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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
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Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
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Creation Date: May 18, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
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, ONE WEEK DAILY AND SUNDAY 88th Year; No. 271 GAINESVILLE! FLORIDA MONDAY MAY 18, 1964 '
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II Exiles Claim Guerrillas Zeroing In on Cuba I




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By TAD SZULC planned for a year and that it involved building an undergroundthat to create conditions in Cuba that would permit the resumptionof

MIAMI Teams of highly trained infiltrators and saboteurswere would seek members in the regime and its armed forces. active struggle against the Castro regime.

reliably reported Sunday to be crossing the Caribbean toward Ray's whereabouts Sunday were undisclosed but reliable Growing internal stresses and pressures inside Cuba have encouraged

Subversion Cuba. They were said to be mostly former officers of the "Revolu army of sources said that some of the group's agents might already have junta leaders to believe that the moment may be pro
Premier Castro who members of the anti-Castro
are now
landed in Cuba.Actually .
pitious for launching a new underground effort. They say thatRay's
Junta" led Manuel
tionary by Ray.
Is ObjectiveOf Ray, a 39-year-old engineer who served in 1959 as Public Works Ray's plans call primarily for a highly sophisticate to presence the Castro in Cuba regime will and constitute would a powerful psychologicalblow

Minister in the Castro regime, pledged publicly last year that he political operation which, in the judgment of his own associates for anti-regime opposition.It represent a rallying point

would be in Cuba this year by May 20, the anniversary of Cuban may not produce results for many months.In .
was expected that other exile would undertake this
'Invaders'Lodge independence, to carry out an underground struggle against the fact, the spokesmen for the junta warned against any expectation groups
week a series of anti-Castro actions to be timed with the Wednesday -
government. that Ray's landing and the infiltration by his small com
of the Cuban
anniversary .
Spokesmen for the revolutionary junta here contended that Ray mando teams would have a spectacular outcome in the foreseeable independence.See

would "definitely" be in Cuba before Wednesday to begin a pro- ( CUBA on Page 2))




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Nt'w dark mimt'J Vint HAINAN Laos (AP- I
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LOS ANGELES The Draft The command post of neutralistGen. ABoard Support
Vientiane
Lodge Committee of California i Kong Le on the eastern

is expected to support the Rock edge of the strategic Plaine des of NAACP

efeller slate of delegates in the Muan31' e Udom Jarres fell to the Communists Regents .

state's Republican prim a r y Loei today, Premier Prince Souvan- .

June 2 and at the same time na Phouma reported.The Is IssueMIAMI

pledge a continuing campaign THAILAND neutralist prince told Views DifferFlorida's
for the nomination of Ambassador newsmen the situation was

Henry Cabot Lodge f or "still critical" at Muong Phanh, (APHaydon) Burnsof
President. Muang ? the village 100 miles northeastof two democratic governor candidates have taken op- Jacksonville angrily marchedoff
live telecast with rival Robert
Maxwell H. Rabb, national Ubon 9 Vientiane that Kong Le used posite sides on a constitutional amendment to replace the State a
Ayutthaya Board of Control with a Board of Regents. King High Sunday night
chairman of the
Lodge campaign SOUTH
midst discussion
committee said that the <: -. Mayor Haydon Burns of Jacksonville is against the change. a fiery con-

..... California decision, is being left Bangkok WET1 as headquarters for his 7,000- Mayor Robert King High of Miami favors the proposal which will cussion paign support."I concerning. Negro cam-

exclusively to Californians, but NAAH man neutralist army. go before the voters in November.
Burns says the proposal will "open the to politics" in the shall refuse henceforth to
"the one thing we can be sure CAMBODIA Souvanna said proCommunistPathet way
... state's appear with you because you are
university system.
about, whatever the results of Lao troops and North "
our survey, there will be no Vietnamese soldiers overran The Board of Regents bill was recommended by University of abusing the rules, Burns told
Florida President J. High, his opponent for the Dem-
deal." Kong Le's command post after Wayne Reitz during the 1963 legislature. One
Penh of the reasons given for changing the present seven-member BoardDf ocratic gubernatorial nomina-
The Lodge leaders in this two days of heavy shelling and
: Control was that higher education would be freed from politics. tion. "That ends my participa
bitter No estimate
fighting. of
state are trying to canvass "
tion
this
SAIGON The Board of Regents would have nine members appointed for on program.
casualties available.
than members of was
more 1,000
volunteer and Gulf 'of Siam said Le nine year terms at staggered intervals. This would insure that no Twice the moderator of the
their organization Military sources Kong
governor could appoint a majority of the members.If (WTVJ) program, Ralph Ren-
will meet within the next few .''$' "'" was in the general vicinity of ick, coaxed the Jacksonville
Phanh but had retreated the constitutional amendment passes-the new board will be
u
their Muong
to
course.
days
decide! ()
implemented January 1, 1965 with the mayor back to the platform.
The prospect that they w ill ; southward to set up a new defense appointment of new members -
work for the Rockefeller s late : ':::'".. .'; ..... ,"j ;L.1 :'" perimeter.The for terms of from one to nine years. Thereafter all appoint After the first walkout, High
+ ments will be for nine snapped: "Mr. Burns, it was
(See LODGE on Page 2)) ARROW INDICATES RED OFFENSIVE renewed Communist 'years.Delays you who called me the NAACP
drive has stirred concern in candidate."
that another South-

Alaclma Bank at TrentonHot' east Washington Asian crisis was develop; High Visit Here revolves The dispute around between Burns'the charge two

ing. Secretary of State Dean that 60 per cent of High's first

Youth Dies Rusk and President Johnson primary vote ((207,000)) came
Wife Is Substitute
Again
held urgent talks on the situation ; from Negroes. High's counter

for Thieves Sunday.A The '._ .''' ,. ,'" ., charge is that the Negro vote
radio broadcast from the ever-changing scheduled
III WreckAn elected Burns mayor of Jacksonville
North Vietnamese capital of 'appearance in Gainesville of ., in 1959.

outstanding Alachua youthwas TRENTON-FBI agents and den hose they had brought Hanoi, heard in Tokyo, said governor candidate Robert if... High recalled that in their
neutralist at Muong King High was revised again to
killed yesterday after being the Gilchrist County Sheriff'sdepartment along for that purpose. troops meeting at Tampa Thursday, .
Phanh had slain rightist soldiers day.
this morning continued when he said Burns got a $500
left
thrown from his car as it The burglary was discovered with them.
serving Supporters of the Miami Mayor "
milesan their investigation of 5a about 6 campaign contribution from a
the highway at over 100 a.m. when a passerbysaw
The broadcast said the
right- will have to wait until Fri-
hour, the state highway patrol burglary job at the Farmers smoke coming from the former vice president of the National
(See LAOS on Page 2)) day to meet the candidate here
reported. and Merchants Bank here early bank and called the firemen. Association for the Ad-

Trooper H. F. Wiggins identified yesterday which brought out The burglars entered the bank although his wife, Faith, will be vancement of Colored People,

the dead youth as Timothy the volunteer fire departmentand by removing an iron grill from Recreation here tomorrow to campaign for Burns jumped up and demanded -

Dean Stephens, 18. A companionin may have netted the thievesup a rear bathroom window, Graham her husband. 1{ 1 how much the man was paidto

the car, Janet Hudson, 17, to $4,000 in silver money. said. They burned a 16 by High headquarters announcedover !,( make the contribution. He

of Chiefland, was reported in Bank president Louis Rogersthis 16-inch hole in the records vault Aide HereDismissed the weekend that he would .:.: later changed his tune and ad-

good condition at Alachua Gen. morning said that he had door but were unable to get into stop here for a half-hour talk mitted the contribution was legitimate -

eral Hospital with a broken not determined the amount of the time vault where the bulk of at Gainesville Airport tomor- ;tm fi' High said.
row. This morning the appear- With all the furor over Negro
right arm. the bank's money is stored.In .. .. .
vault :: : :': ':.
taken from the : ::><:" ::
(See.FATAL on Page 2)) which money the burglars cut into withan the process of trying to get ance was cancelled because of \ ':;>:"'it bloc voting there was still some

(See BANK on Page 2)) By JEAN CARVERSun television commitments.The discussion of campaign issues.In .
acetylene torch. But a latest communique from to
Field answer a question,
Tynclall spokesman for the sheriff's offices Dismissal of Staff the Writer Negro Community High headquarters pledged: ..:JI #t---* ,, fi. '. Burns said he thought the most
Iills.3PAN said the stolen money, all "High is now planning to be important issue was the candi-
Blast silver, in bags, may add up to WHERETO Center director was in Gainesville this Friday and MRS. HIGH dates' qualifications. Deploring
acknowledged this morning by
as much as $4,000. his time of arrival and schedule Mrs. High's schedule tomorrow sectionalism, he said "I believe
AP
A 1\1 A CITY ( ) City Manager Bill Green.
Three people were killed and Sparks from the aceteylenetorch FIND ITO He confirmed widespread reports will be released later this includes motorcade from each candidate should be

five others were injured today set off a fire as the that City Recreation Di- week." Alachua' to Gainesville, arriving weighed more on what he has

when a missile blew up at Tyn- thieves burned their.way into a Comics . . 11 rector Ray Massey fired Harold The Miami Mayor came to here at 4 p.m. done than where he comes
dall Air Force Base. records vault. Some records O Classified . 13-15 Acosta last week. Gainesville once before the first from'

Details were unavailable im were burned, according to 0 Entertainment 12 The city manager said aside primary to speak to Florida She will appear at the court- High said reapportionment of

mediately.The cashier F. F. Graham, and the O Obituaries . 2 from confirming Acosta's dismissal Blue Key members from the house square, Gainesville Shop- the legislature. was the chief is--

U. S. Air Force declined interior of the bank was dam 9 Opinion Page . 4 he did not want to discuss University of Florida and local ping Center and Fields Shop- sue. "Every man's vote should

to identify the dead and aged. The thieves apparently 0 Sports . .9-10 the matter. Negro.supporters at an integrated ping Center. carry the same weight as every

injured until their next of kin fled when they were not ableto O Women's . S "Going further would not be meeting at Mount Carmel The motorcade wiH disband at other man's," he said.

were notified. quell the blaze with a gar (See FIRING on Page 2) Church. the University Inn. (See GOV. on Page 2))



YOUR HEART HAS NINE LIVES1





The No. 1 Killer-What YOU Can Do About It .



II By ALTON BLAKESLEEAnd teries carrying nourishing bloodto Excessive eating, especially of II

JEREMIAH STAMLER, (Editor's Note: A prize-win the muscle tissue of your certain type of fats and cholesterol -
heart and to the cells of Ri1iH .-'
M.D. ning science writer and a nationally your NLY91l : f.
Every hour the roster lengthens known heart specialisthave brain demanding lifesustainingoxygen. Too little exercise and, physi-

name by name. teamed up to tell .you cal activity. ,,.
what action Your heart is the sturdiest, Diabetes.
Stouffer Jones .Baker positive you can t
Wendt Sullivan take without much trouble to toughest muscle of your body.In Tensions Excessive cigarette smoking. ,'
of heart disease and stresses. ,R, 0.Sn
McFadden Radcliffe fend off or fight down a heart our epidemic ,in/xu/... CHANCES OF A
Heredity.If
;:
Cohen only 31 to 60 years first attack of or 12 stroke.articles This condensed is the stilled thousands which are of actually hearts are too you are beset by any one of r yam.EXCESSIVE EAMS HEART ATTACK RISE TO ......1-.

old each dead of a heart from their new book, "Your good too sound to die perma- them, your risk of a premature :..i 1 IN 2 (OR 50 PER CENT) ,.
attack. : heart attack is boosted two' to INDIVIDUAL J;;. -
Heart Has Nine Lives." turely. The basic cause is interference << ; -Y : IF HAS
either
from bug
died a
None six times above the risk of the -
OF
with the heart's own I : TWO OR THREE -

bullet or had bomb.lived his into a supply lines or arteries from person free from such a burden. CHANCES THESE RISKS. ::'
Each way
heart attack. By habit life. Control them all, and then artherosclerosis, a kind of With a combination of factors, OF A HEART
premature your risk is far higher.A ATTACK BEFORE -
in rustSecondly
each had cer- a sense your heart has nine biological
choice, run
or man's chances of having a AGE 65 ARE 1 IN 3
from halfa
lives. know
In
that raised his a month or a few we
risks 1
'
tain of brilliant heart attack before age 65 are 20 TO 11N 50 IF : '
of being striken. His months time you can reduce century and more
chances only about Iin20tolin50if NORMAL IN..
that y.
sudden heart attack your risks. medical detective work ,
seemingly THESE NINE
he has normal normal
due to weight, .
had been building up to crisis Each day, on the average, atherosclerosis really is blood pressure average or low FACTORS. v ., .
heart disease kills Ameri- a conspiracy of factors. &JIl:;
for years. 1,400 levels of blood cholesterol, no 3
Yet had he known and had cans, and cerebral brain strokes There is no one single cause, diabetes is
not h
a e a v y cigarette
he acted each could have reduced take another 500 lives. 'In total but rather a constellation of smoker, is moderately active ,
any of nine risk factors the toll is more than a life a causes. Now we know the chief has a normal electrocardiogram I

which by all we know, make a minute and uncounted hundredsof suspects in this deadly syndi and has no damage to

man more susceptible to a heart thousands are crippled every cate. his kidneys or thyroid gland.
far too early in life. Look to the roll call:
attack year.We His chances rise to 1 in 2-or

He could have acted and know the name of the kill High blood pressure.cholesterol 50 per cent! if he is being .'. + .',' 'y+ rf; CY S.i.
levels of a : a4e
you still can. High shadowed by two or three of the
er.It
Control one of the nine risk is atherosclerosis, the'bardening particularly dangerous fatty material syndicate members, such .as :
factors, and you .take a step to and thickening, cloggingand in the bloodstream. 4
boost your chances for langer narrowing of the vital ar Overweight. (See HEART on Page 8)) .:. -,



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, More About \ TeatherRouiidup : ,., 'More About 'Florida Is Called I



, Lodge Cuba 'Debtors Haven' 1I 1-!

i \. VIRGIL BRIDGES Jones Funeral Home here at .
: B STARKE Virgil Overstreet 11 a.m. tomorrow with Rev. From Page 1

I T: From Page 1 : ,. D\ Bridges, 81, died last night at John R. Brabham, pastor of I I Florida, according to a University !-security in old age. He .defined

: ." .... \\""-'-" his home. First Methodist Church, offici- There may be hitandrun of Florida professor of a fee as "cost plus profit" and I
, while maintaining a Lodge organization '1L"a \ He was a retired engineer ating. Burial will be in Oak raids: of the type that were marketing, is a "debtors' hav said, "If you practice horse
derives from the pro- ZONES % for the Seaboard Airline Rail-' Lawn Cemetery in Jacksonville carried out last Wednesday en." and buggy fees, you will practice -

I Lodge enthusiasm that mani- BCD Fair through t:1. road. He worked for the rail-lat 2 p.m. against a sugar mill in Orien- Professor Lowell C. Yoder 'horse and buggy' medi- i

fested itself, despite the Oregon Tuesday. Low tonight 60 to 11L road for 10 years. He was a JOSEPH MILLER te Province by commandos of told Florida veterinarians at I cine. A veterinarian is not any

setback, at a meeting here Sat- 64. High Tuesday near 85. :. \' \ member of the Starke First BELL Funeral services for the movement of revolutionary their annual meeting here this better than he thinks he is, and J
urday. A second factor pointing = Methodist Church and had liv- This is led by charge more
does not
any
Variable wind 5 to 12 milesan \I \0 Joseph Lawson Miller, 75, who recovery. group weekend, "Florida laws seem he
toward that decision is the hour. E \-...:... ed here for 16 years. He wasa died Friday in the Bay Pines Capt. Manuel Artime Buesa, one to be based on the assumptionthat than he thinks he's worth." <<
obvious anti Goldwater sentiment CkCt native of Live Oak. of the leaders of the 1961 invasion all debtors are saints and
in the Lodge .- Survivors include his widor VA Hospital after a lengthy ill- which from Raider said that too many
group. operates
a a a campsin all creditors are sinners.
Rabb and other national I : Elizabeth Coppinger Bridges, ness are scheduled at 2 p.m. Costa Rica and Nicaragua. Yoder told the group that practitioners, instead of beingin
I tomorrow at the Wayfare Primitive the
I business to promote
the
"L&dge workers, meantime, were Starke; a daughter, Mrs. C. L. credit is sales builder,
today
A Clear to partly cloudy today Church here.
near to outdo
Baptist
.. There is coordination be- trying
making a telephone canvass of, tonight and Tuesday. High today (0 to .. Harper Jr., Stone Mountain, no form of public re-; profession, are
84. Low tonight 58 to 64. I Rev. J. L. Tomlinson will offi an important "Let's
Republican leaders in other: .\...,- Ga.; two stepsons, Thomas Wil- tween the'junta and the Artime lations. In other veterinarians. get
discussing reasons
: E F H I Generally fair tonightIn WI.... Term. ciate. Burial will be in the cemetery movement in fact there is our professional I. Q. up whereit
states where delegatons: un- lis of South Pittsburg, ,
are don't their bills,
the 60s. High Tuesday 86 to to. under the direction of why people pay. let's be
committed or have not been Variable winds S to 12 miles an hour.G and Richard Willis of Sequat- substantial friction between Yoder listed habit, inability of should be "
I' Harrison Funeral Home. of rivals
In' t.6'GAINESVILLE them and there is argument colleagues instead ,
chosen.A Fair through Tuesday. Low chee, Tenn.; a brother, George, intelligently budgeting income
the tonight 70 along the beach! and mid- Jacksonville and three grand Miller born June 2 1883 within the junta as to whether he said.
decision to support : 60s Inland. High Tuesday about 85. ; was and lack of integrity and honesty. -
Rockefeller> slate in California: Variable mostly northeast. and east WEATHER child. 'en. in Bell and was a retired farm- such hit-and-run raids would The seventh annual Con-
winds 5 to 15 miles an hour.J
'
wpuld be made solely for the Municipal Airport readings! Funeral services will be in er. help the Ray operation.The Collection efforts should never -ference for Veterinarians was
K fair and
strategic purpose of trying to Tuesday.- Low Generally tonight upper tonight 60s to for 24 hours to 8 am today: Survivors include two daugh- junta is supported by a be apologetic; their tone sponsored by the Departmentof
eliminate Sen. Barry Goldwater mld-70s. High Tuesday 80 along the ters, Mrs. Ellen Ann Fuente should be firm and Veterinary Science of the
beach to 86 inland. Northeast and High 84 at 5 p.m., low 57 at military exile group known as always
ot Arizona, now the lead ing east winds 8 to IS miles an hour.MARINE 6 a.m. No rain.TEMPERATURES More About and Mrs. Lynette Stewart, both the "Cuban Liberation Army," businesslike, Yoder said. and Agricultural Experiment Station -

cdntender for the nomination at of Largo: two brothers, George which is made up of veteran he commented that the olderan the Agricultural Extension t
tl\e convention opening in San a a a High ELSEWHERE Low Prep. Miller, Branford, and John officers of Castro's Sierra Maes- account is, the harder it Service and the College of Agriculture ,

Francisco on July 13. Jacksonville 82 89 63 77 Gov.From Henry Miller, Bell; three sisters tra and other campaigns. becomes to collect. at the University of J
There is no way to vote directly FORECAST Tampa Miami W 71 Mrs. Jettie Simmons, Bell, Dr. William A. Rader Jr., of Florida and the Florida State

for Lodge in the Califor- EAST GULF: Fair. Variable winds 5 Atlanta New Orleans 81 82 61 60 Mrs. Fannie Cox, High Springs, Perhaps the best k n own Lakeview, Mich., urged his fellow Veterinary Medicine Associa-

nia primary. The ballot will to 15 knots through a S Tuesday.CEDAR S. New Boston York 81 70 54 60 Page 1 and Mrs. Etta Oder, Gaines- among them is Capt. Raul Bar- veterinarians to set their'ees tion. Dr. Charles B. Plummer

carry only the names of Gold- Washington U 59 .25 ville. andela, who once commanded on a level adequate to Jr., Extension veterinarian, was

water and Gov. Nelson A. Rock- KEY TIDES Chicago Kansas City 89 83 61 66 Questioned later about reap- JOHN JENNINGS 'the armored units of the Castro provide a reasonable living and conference chairman.
efeller. Write-ins will not count. Denver 91 50 Burns said "I I army. He was arrested in 1961
portionment
Tuesday High at 9:25 a.m. and Ft. Worth 85 58 am John Horace Jennings, 38, 216 .
remark about "no 8:32 Low at 2:22 a.m. and 3:08 Los Angeles 69 55 but escaped from a top-security
1abb's p.m. Seattle 64 .48 practical enough to know that SW 3rd Ave., a barber, died About
deal" was directed to the possibility -p.m. you can't get a fair plan out of yesterday at his home. prison and fled to the U.S. More

of a Lodge Rockefeller J Five-Day ForecastTemperatures I the present legislature. It just He was a member of the I Barandela is one of the chief
agreement covering the rest of isn't human for a legislator to Church of Christ. leaders of the infiltration Bank
the national campaign for con- reduce representation for his Funeral services will be at teams.
through Satur- mid and upper 60s. Little or no
constituents." 1 I tomorrow in the Williams -
vention delegates. p.m.
will be Nor- rain is expected until late in the
ighty six convention votes day near average. He proposed reapportionment -Thor.nas Funeral Home Should Ray succeed in land-
wHl be legally bound to support mal maximums are in the mid- week. through constitutional revision. with Brother Forrest McCann ing in Cuba and concealing From Page

the California primary winner. 80s, normal minimums in the High said, "I am not a John- officiating. Burial will be in, himself within the country, it

Goldwater claims more than 300 ny-come-lately to fair reappor ,McCormick, S.C.Pallbearers would mark his first return to to the big money, the thie v e s The deputy said it is also pos
already toward the 655 neces- tionment. I was till recently the : the island since he fled late in also cut bars in a gate just in- sible that there is a connection
be Cau-
will
sary to win the nomi nation. Burns Invades chairman of the Mayor's Councilfor I then, Harold Martin, Luke Ray Eng 1960 after organizing the underground side the steel records vault ''I with the Trenton bank job and

Rockefeller has Oregon's 18, a Fair Reapportionment." lish, Drew Swords and Donald movement of the group door and cut the lock off another one at the Newberry Bank last
few in West Virginia, and a This organization has filed, Dale. then known as the People's Rev- smaller door just inside February which netted the

scattering elsewhere, ,Lodge suit seeking legislative reorganization Survivors include his widow, olutionary Movement. thieves around $17,000.

has New Hampshire's 14,. mostof High TerritoryMIAMI to give urban areas Georgene T.; a son, John Within the last year the junta -that.The burglars left behind Parrish said that plaster casts

: Massachusetts' 3(; and a more representation, he said. Wayne Jennings, McCormick, has become the most important three tanks, two of oxygen and are being made of tire and footprints

scattering elsewhere. "I regret Mayor Burns has not S.C.; and two sisters, Mrs. Lou- single anti Castro move- one of actylene, and the garden.1 found at the rear of the
There are not many courses (AP-Haydon) Burns tween candidates.. He (High) seen fit to join us," High added. ise Blackman of McCormick, ,ment. hose which they had hooked up bank building.

to the Lodge group in"Cali went his own way on the campaign again disregarded the ground High said he was opposed to and Mrs. Frances Boyd of to keep the metal of the bank
open
foinia. They could declar, for trail today-steering clearof rules and went to his usual any further construction of toll Louisiana. I vault cooled down. I Bank president Rogers' only
abandon the joint appearances as he tactics." roads. "This has been a bonanza More About comments this morning we r e,
and Sheriff
Rockefeller According to C deWilliams'
could sought gubernatorial votes in for the bond merchants," he VYOLA STOKESWord ly "It's just a mess and we're try
for Lodge. This The controversial racial issue office, the thieves
campaign has been received hereof
Q the home territory of Robert ing to get things straightenedout.
if the leaders, in their centered around Burns' description said.Burns tried to gain entrance first
happen High. : said he would put first the death of Mrs. Vyola Fatal ."
I canvass, found that sentimentfor King of High as the NAACP can- emphasis on construction of Bodie Stokes, the sister of five through the rear door of an ad-

the ambassador had been I Dade County gave 80,000 votesto didate and High's contentionthat highways under the interstate Gainesville people yesterday at joining store, thinking that was
seriously depressed by the Oregon Mayor High of Miami in the a former NAACP president with her home in Clairton, Pa. part of the bank building. Holes Komodo dragons, largest of
priority givento
top
p 'results. first primary. Burns got 42,000 contributed to Burns' campaignand program 1-95 from the Georgia line to Survivors include four sisters, I From Page 1 drilled in the stjre with a brace all living lizards, are found

|? Or they could decide to say votes in Dade and was concentrating Rutledge Pearson, state he said he Mrs. C. Mixson Sr., Miss Er- and bit followed the same pat- only on the steep sloped island
nothing, whch! would invite the on adding strength from NAACP president, was invited would Tampa.work Secondly the, line Bodie, Mrs. R. K. Quek- I The accident occurred about tern as break-ins 'at two Chief- of Komodo in the L e s ser

decay of their own organization -camps of the four defeated can- to Burns' birthday ball given by on primary sys- meyer and Mrs. F. C. BirthiselSr. 5 p.m. west of High Springs land businesses last week, according Sunda chain of Indonesia and

and tend to help Goldwater. didates. campaign leaders for the Jack- tern.The candidates asked ., and a brother, Lawton Bo on SR 236 in Gilchrist County, to Deputy Charley nearby Rintja, Padar and Flor-
leader however. After a luncheon for supporters sonville mayor. were die, all of Gainesville. the Highway Patrol and Clayton Parrish. es.
TEe: I
group how
felt about bond financing
the 72,000 votes and in Homestead, Burns sched- Pearson, in Miami for a talk they Funeral services will be at Strickland of the Gilchrist Coun-
felt::.that for construction
secpnd place which Lodge gained uled an afternoon press confer- unconnected with politics, told pro- 1 p.m. Wednesday in Clairton. ty Sheriff's Department reported. -
J ence in Miami. newsmen he did receive the grams. I .
Ceramics
i tan
did not discred Formerly Kathryn's I
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.in Oregon He was expected to announce card purporting to invite him. to Burns said bond financing is' WILSON VALIANT
!absent candidate. whether he will appear .with I the birthday ball. .:; necessary on some larger out Wilson K. Valiant, 54, 1102 Stephens, in his freshman Now Open Under New ManagementJerRie's

High, on _scheduled television i He said he had been invited lays, particularly higher educa- NW 4th St., died Sunday morning year at Lake City Junior College -

More About programs next Sunday night and: to other Burns campaign functions tion. The state cannot rely on in Alachua General Hospital was valedictorian of his Ceramics

election eve. I especially breakfasts, but a pay-as-you-go plan to provide after suffering an apparent Santa Fe High School Class in

Burns said Saturday he would' had not attended any. all the facilities needed to pro- heart attack. 1963 and an AllKeystoneConference 903 N.W. 6th St. 376-9079 ,

meet commitments for the pro At a news conference, Burns vide for burgeoning univer- He had the attack at Val's basketball player. ,

Firing grams, but Sunday night after said, "another of the low cheap sity enrollment, he said. Produce Market which he own- I Instructions, Greenware,
Funeral services will be held
the two candidates clashed political tactics of the NAACP High said. the state is saddled ed and operated.A .
again, Burns told High he would, candidate..has_ backfired." with bond issues that it will take native of Ohio, he was a tomorrow at 10:30 a.m. in the Finished Pieces by Request.
: From ,Page 11 refuse future.meetings.. :He showed, some envelopes many years to pay off. He said< Gainesville resident for the last Baptist Church at Alachua. The

,Afterward, ,Bums told an Associated : and,.contents 'to newsmen. Thes he believed money could be pro- six years. He was a Methodistand Rev.: A.- D. Martin will officiate. Open Mon.-Fri. 9-5, Tues. Eve. 7-9:30
wisruntil I have Balked {to .h member of the Moose Burial will be in Newnansville
Press-newsman that he Burns said, were the official in- vided for all necessary pro- a

Green said. ; wasn't certain whether he wouldgo vitations to the birthday ball. grams through governmental Club. Cemetery. _
He-'said he sent Acosta a' with He said the card waved and Funeral services will be at
on High. High economy a more equitable Survivors include: his father, -
; letter advising him ,that, if he :'"! met this commitment on a at the state Junior Chamber of distribution of the tax burden. 4 p.m. Wednesday in Jones- Walter Stephens, of Alachua;

I felLhe: had .mistreated: : he set of established ground rules, Commerce convention at Cocoa Johnson Funeral Home with his mother, Merlin Hooper,

: woyld be glad ,&..talk with"him. There was to l be no banter be- Beach was a faked invitation.- burial following in Hillcrest: Stephens of Alabama; his grand-
about the dismissal.' More About Memorial Park.Survivors .
-- -
I -- -- parents, Frazier M. Stephens of
include his widow,
-i "If I can contact him I will Ala., and Mr. and Mrs. Ben
t talkwith him today," Green Julia; a daughter, Miss Martha Hooper of Dowling Park.
Foe "
High Says Laos Valiant, Coral Gables; and a '<$
"This is a
said:this morning.
sister Mrs. Eloise Long, Long
; personnel matter and: it ,will.be Pall Bearers are: Bill Riviere;
Island, N.Y. Bud Riviere McFarl-
Tommy
handled as such at this time between I
I From One land, Ronnie Huggins, Bill En-
the parties Jnyolved. : Page
Ran for Cover
C nis, Andy Pettit, Jack Patton

Neither Acost :nor the re<> ists were killed "to oppose the Jax RadioStation and Harold Ingram.SUBSTITUTE .
reation director could be.iearh': :. Taks up the 36 months to wy
U.S. scheme neutralist .
ed for comment.this "lDot ing. .. ML\MIAPJ: ( -Robert King[making taped television mes- to merge unified Sold Furniture t our low M;nufacturers discount Sample prices..
troops to set a
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up House, south Main St. .t South
-- High said today the ref sal I I
fj I[sages. 13th
elabo- St.
There were unconfirmed reports t : government. It did not
FOR RAINWe
Haydon Burns to,debate further
that -dismissal- involved ,At. a Sunday breakfast High.rate. WASHINGTON (AP-Sale of!
Recommend FREE Esti-
I with him "makes it clear he has a
the recent order from run for cover." told supporters in Miami Beach Souvanna and right-wing Deputy radio station WPDQ-AM, Jack- mate without obligation on the \
I the recreation department that that Burns had chosen to tie his Premier Phoumi Nosavan sonville, Fla., by the Brush- Rain Bird underground sprinkler

1 closed the two ,teenage 'recreation ::1 l believe! the.people of. Flor runoff campaign" to a "one-plank have agreed to mergethe neu- Moore newspaper group, to system.CUSTOM INSTALLEDIN
i centers on Fridayand ida are entitled to face to face -race baiting. He added, "He tralist and right-wing forces Henderson Belk, Charlotte, N.C.,
Saturday nights. confrontations by the two candi- made this the issue, not I." in for $750,000 was announced to-' YOUR YARD
since
a rightist army coup CALL FR 6-4030
He said Burns had named him !
Qtj- commissioners informally dates who are seeking the high- Vientiane on April 17. The Path- day.The
j est office in this state *' the Miami the NAACP candidate. He said transaction, subject to ap
agreed to suspend the weekend et Lao, led by Prince Souphan- ;! BEVILLE'SNURSERY
he had disclosed that Burns
accepted Federal Communications -
=-social dance pograms mayor said at a news con- ouvong, rejected an invitationto proval by the
sponsored by the recreation department ference. a $500 campaign contri- join in unified and Commission, was an- &
a army
j .a week. after bution from a former state vice nounced by Blackburn & Co., GARDEN CENTER
ago government.
drunken white boys danced "This is in the highest tradi president of the Negro organization. brokers. _L -:.. J1 :, .
witE.Negro girls at the integrated tion. If Mr. Burns is the man: He said he revealed the Souvanna showd newsmen Belk, president of Belk stores,
social dance programa he says he is and wants the! postcard invitation to Pearson photostats which he said were a southeastern department store

the Recreation Center. people to believe he is, he has' attend the Burns birthday ball. identity cards and other docu- chain, has other broadcast in- .

City' Commissioners .Ian nothing to fear in debate, and "When a member of the ments taken from the bodies of terests including WIST-AM-FM,

I i Sutherland issued a statementto in putting before the people the NAACP supports me," said North Vietnamese soldiers last Charlotte; WKIX-AM-FM. Ral-

The Sun outlining his position issues. I High, "Mr. Burns says he's a week."I eigh, N. C.; WQXL-AM, Columbia
radical. But when Mr. Burns in- and WORD-AM Spar-
received S. C.
he
saying that numerous ;
High said he would take vites him to his birthday partyor know this is a strong accusation -
calls the week- I S. C.
>hone over tanburg,
2
I Burns' refusal of future debatesto against a signatory of
end-about Acosta's dismissal. takes $500 from him, he's a Brush Moore. of Canton, Ohio,
the people of Florida. the Geneva accords, he said.
"These citizens requested me gentleman. in addition to a chain of news

to dA what I could regarding "I have consistently said that I Burns, visiting Miami, said The 1962 Geneva agreements papers, owns radio stations 1

this"case," Sutherland said. "It I public opinion is the strongest during a news conference that guaranteed Laos' neutrality and WHBC-AM-FM, Can ton, and

apparently was their feeling weapon in a democracy said the postcard invitation was a set up a coalition governmentof WONE-AM-FM, Dayton, Ohio.

that-lnis employe was unfairly High. "I urge the people of Florida "fake invitation publicly presented neutralists, right-wingers and
disc! rged. I have replied to to make their position by the desperate candi- pro-Communists. The systemhas The Pacific Island Trust Ter-

each."of:: these residents that as known in the hope that Mr. date. proved shaky at best, with ritories of the United States in-
a city commissioner, my handsare Burns will reconsider de- But Pearson also was in town, the pro-Communist Pathet Lao include the Caroline, Marshall
joint
.lied in this matter." bates." to speak at a tenth anniversary boycotting the government for a and Mariana Islands.
Sutherland cited Section 14, observance of the U.S. Supreme year.
subsection "C" of the city char- Yesterday High got support in Court school decision. Questioned i
ter which prohibits commissioners the game of political postoffice' about the postcard, he said: Planes landed on the dam- DON'T MISS i NEW ASSOCIATES HOME .

Irom attempting to infl he has been playing with the "Yes, I received it through the aged but still usable Muong A TRICK... I I
enceCir dictate mayor of Jacksonville, his oppo- maiL" Phanh airstrip to deliver rice I

appointments by employment the city mana or nent in the Democratic guberna- "GeneraDy I'm invited toBurns' and medical supplies to the neu- I II II II Ir IMPROVEMENT FINANCING PLAN
torial 26. tralists.
primary May Pearson
blitzer functions, j
I
ger.:: enables you to remodel, landscape and modernize now
The charter specifies that violatOrs Rutledge Pearson of Jacksonville said, "Breakfast meetings The pro-Communist Pathet

who are convicted in city state president of the especially. Lao troops advanced to within Why wait for the improvements your home person. Your request large or small, Win
to fine of NAACP, backed High's said he had not attended. 500 yards of Muong Phanh during r handled
court are subject a up story He needs now? Associates Home Improvement be promptly-in strict -ebfi' -
up ttt:$500 and-or up to 60 days that Pearson had received a Pearson said he did not send fighting Sunday. Financing Plan will provide the money you dence. Write or telephone the Associate ,
in j jajj.Acosta.. postcard inviting him to a Burns the card to High, but understoodthat The International Control Com-I need today! The Associates offer "Lookoffice near you for an apPointme-If'Ve&
32 was recreation director birthday ball. someone in the NAACP of- mission hastily removed its ob-:I Ah Borrowing"plans for any responsible 600 offices in the U. a and Canada "

: -*"at the Negro center High continued his efforts to fice had done so. server team from the Plaine..An:I

sincCNov. 1, 1962. shake off the "NAACP candi The NAACP did not endorse Indian member said they mightnot i I I A Financing Plan For Every Need
date" label hung on him by High, Pearson said, although the have made it if commission I !
ThWordan River begins in a' Burns, and was expected ro executive committee did report helicopters had arrived 15 minutes :I SET VOURPAILY POGO A ASSOCIATESFINANCE .

sacra:grove high on the 9,232-'' continue to do so. that it found him the least ob- later. i j IN_ .: 'I
foot:!lount Herman on the Syr -Today's schedule was light.! J e c 11 0 nab I e on civil rights Premier Souvanna Phouma: -: -.5L. INC. '

ian-Lebanese; border runs downto High had a morning coffee with among the. six Democratic can- called the fighting a large-scale1 I Gate .

Israel's Lake Huleh and on hometown "supporters, and"was didat :for'governor'in the first attack by the Communists 'on. jt ,Ult- -- ..' 1321 N. Main Street, GAINESVILLE..372-2331-_ '..
to the Sea of Galilee. to spend 'the-res{ of the day: primary. neutralist positions. -

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Monday, May 18, 1964Gainesville I Sun 3.

i '* THE HARRIS SURVEY Pilots weren'tTold Stutts said: "I was told' on'' .

Captured Dec. 7 that he was assassinated.But .
that's the only thing they

Vote Is Vital in Calif. of Kennedy's DeathSEOUL told The me two about pilots it."were captured


South Korea (AP- medical observation. Hospital May 17, 1963, when their helicopter

r By LOUIS HARRIS Breakdown of Rockefeller The number who called Lodgea gon, the New Yorker was the 1964 is the year of the most Two Army helicopter pilots dis- officials described their condi- was forced down by Com-
tion as good. munist gunfire while they were-
I PORTLAND Oregon Governor -vote: "lazy campaigner" tripledin first choice of no more than independent voter behavior in closed today, their Communist border markers. .
inspecting
It Nelson Rockefelle'oS Rockefeller Per cent 'the last three weeks. A ma- :one in 10 Republicans in Calif- a long time. Primaries can be captors withheld word of President Dunn raised the question ofKennedy's -

!I smashing upset victory in Oregon State-wide 33 jority of 68 per cent of these ornia. But he was the second subject to the vagaries of wide- John F. Kennedy's assassination assassination. Voltz Stutts said North Korean
' drives up his stock in the Suburbs 37 Republicans were critical of I'choice of another one in four. spread last minute shifts and from them for days. said he heard about it on* army officers turned them over
Viet Nam and attributed The real battle in the June 2 both Oregon and New Hamp-
June 2 California primary. Cities 35 responsibility Thanksgiving Day -six days to civilian guards 13 days later.
Before Oregon, Rockefellerwas Towns 33 for it to Lodge. primary will center on the sub- shire dramatically illustratethis The two U.S. officers also said later.
The ambassador proved to be urbs, making up fully 43 percent fact. There are no party during' VINYL FLOOR TILE,
running behind Sen. Barry Rural 27 they were kept apart His guards
were "very proudof
more appealing as a residual] I of the vote. Goldwater be- lines in primaries to cut down I 42 COLORS IN STOCK
Goldwater in California 45 the fact Voltz !
most of their of said
per year imprisonment "They I I
The movement toward Rocke- candidate in New Hampshire ,gins with a 57-43 per cent lead rapid switching. PER
cent to 55 per cent. had a big smile and said he had 10.9*
feller was first spotted in poll- the man few objected to -I in the suburbs of California. In As a consequence, polling pri- in North Korea. I TILE
The question now is whether' election than the serious front such suburban vot- maries is hazardous at best. been shot by some loyal Commu-1
ing a week before the as runner Oregon, just I Sinclair Eaton Co. -
the last Capts. Ben W. Stutts, 31, of nist party member in j
two weeks of Califor-
and was located primarily in in Oregon.In ers responded most to Rocke- The Harris Survey caught some I' 716 N. Main St. ...
nia will see a Rockefeller surge the suburbs at that time. It California, Rockefeller feller's campaign. In Califor- of the shift to Rockefeller at Florence, Ala., and Charleton States. -- -- -- -- ----
comparable to the last two ,was made up first chiefly of starts out strongest in the cities, nia, Rockefeller will need to the end, but not nearly the Voltz, 26, of Frankfort, fich., Dine With Your Gracious HostTOMORROW'S .,
; weeks here. business executives and professional among professional people and repeat the pattern to. win. magnitude nor scope that it finally revealed some aspects of their
II In Oregon, Rockefeller's victory people who felt the small businessmen. Before Ore- There is no doubt now that took. captivity in a brief meeting COMPLETE LUNCHEON

was fashioned essentially 'GOP needed an active, vigorous with Lt. Gen. Thomas W. Dunn, BEEF withSpanish
from a revolt sparked among ,'?) .
alternative to Goldwater. Girl Friend of Accused U.S. commander in Korea.
business and Kennedy
Rice
professional exe- Reports that Goldwater would I
I cutives who wanted their partyto win the GOP nomination were The conversation was tape- : Buttered Carrot .i
have a moderate alternativeto California recorded at the Refreshing B., .
Goldwater.The he to take the primary TrilrnteMemorial At Killer of Two ArrestedAbercrombie and the released military hospital Spring Salad
talked about. tran-
were widely Army a Hot Roll &:
revolt spread from the
, script to The
newsmen. Army Butter
suburbs to the cities, and the Rockefeller also communi- CAMDENTON, Mo. (AP) are both from Tul- has refused to allow a news con- Hot Coffee or
vote switched from an absent cated with voters here'that he The girl friend of accused killer sa, Okla. ference. Iced Tea COMPLETE
Henry Cabot Lodge to an active, 'cared and really wanted their John R. Abercrombie was tak- I Abercrombie is charged with Your Second Cup of Coffee or Iced TeaIs -
on the scene Nelson Rockefeller. vote. He ran as the underdog.By CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP- en into custody yesterday for first degree murder in t he Stutts and Voltz, who were Always FREE.
A breakdown of the Rocke- contrast, voters felt no ur- John F. Kennedy "taught us the further questioning. shooting of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil freed Saturday, remain under
feller vote clearly shows that he gency to vote for Henry Cabot need for racial understanding," Camdenton County Sheriff E. Bybee of Hutchinson, Kan. at a I -P
ran strongest in the suburbs of Lodge. He was criticized for says evangelist Billy Graham. L. Libby said Miss Kathryn Ann motel in nearby Osage Beach e
not coming home to campaign. "More than any man in this sted when last PROPANE
Oregon last Friday. Nance, 24, was a r r e Tuesday night.
generation he spoke courageously she went to visit Abercrombie, Nknn CAFETERIA ..
Miss Nance was released fromcustody m ;
to this point. 22, at the Greene County jail in last Thursday after it

I Flowers Speak Graham and Secretary of Springfield. Miss Nance and questioning and has since been LP-6WS Lunch Dinner 11:30 4:30pm.a.m. to to 8:05 2:05 p.m.p.m.

Commerce Luther H. Hodges, staying at a.Springfield motel. 1212 North Main Street
I both native North Carolinians, Red China Prosecutor James Roach said HOTTER THAN
offered the main tribute at a there was new evidence but : NATURAL GAS GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTERAir

of LoveThe memorial service Sunday for Buys ,Soviet would not disclose its nature. Cook & Heat Water Conditioned Open Daily & Sunday

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f The Horticultural Staff at Cypress Gardens, aware that the audience of.more than Pin f rib tUlw1t :were unloading luggage from FR 6-5110 ijJ
their car at the El Dorado Mo-
man's turns etc. and I
in the spring "a young fancy lightly 10,000 were the late president'smother HONG KONG Communist
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that the of June brides and moonlight rides is tor Lodge. Sheriff Libby quoted ----
season uponus Rose Kennedy and his
China will'add to its fleet of Soviet
Abercrombie as saying "I just
has with list of flowers which, down throughthe
come up a brother, Sen. Edward M. Ken- Hyushin-18 airliners nder
had to kill somebody, that'salL"
have acquired a special meaning for starry-eyed
ages nedy.
terms of a trade agreement
lovers. According to folklore, those who desire to express Vote May 26
their feelings to a member of the opposite gender, but can'tseem The service, the first of its signed last week between Peking Abercrombie told officers he

't to find the words can do so by giving them the kind by a state, was to have and Moscow. returned to his own motel and ARTHUR W.THOMPSON -
appropriate flower. been the setting for presentationof This was reported Sunday by picked up Miss Nance. They .
a check to Mrs. Kennedy to Hsinhua, the Chinese Communist were arrested less than a mile
Aster-symbol of daintiness or elegance."I be used in building a library at press agency. But the report from the El Dorado in a car
harvard University to house I did not say how many of the that matched the description of
think you are charming"Begonia Kennedy's papers. huge turboprop airplanes China a vehicle that sped from the FOR YOUR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
-flirtatious but frivolous. would purchase. !motel shortly after the shoot- 1
"Beware! I am not serious" The presentation was delayed Earlier this year Peking put !ing. The gun used in the shooting Thompson has demonstrated In his business and
t Calendula-sensible and sensitive. because contributions had not into service six Vickers Vis- was found in the car. his public service that he can get things done and
-'I been tabulated. Gov. Terry San- count aircraft purchased from Abercrombie and Miss Nance
"Be careful, do not hurt me" that he can get along with people.
ford told Mrs. Kennedy, how-
Carnation, red-admiration. Britain. They fly from Pekingto has told friends they were going
'"You are a wonderful person" ever, the drive to raise the Shanghai, Canton and Knu- I to be married when they left Thompson has the ABILITY and ENERGY to serve >

Carnation,white-pure and ardent love. statewide quota of $230,000 was ming. I Tulsa on Friday, May 8. She Alachua County with an honest, efficient and businesslike
"My love is true" successful. Informed sources here s a id was receptionist for a group administration.

Carnation, yellow-disdain and rejection."I Graham said Kennedy's death China already had five Ilyu- of doctors at Tulsa and Aber- (Pd. Adv.)
do not wish to see you again" by assassination last November shin-18's and had ordered an- crombie worked as a water: softener -
Dahliatreachery.. taught the world the brevity of other five or six. The first five I salesman for his father. ,
are understood to have been .. ---- .
"You can't be true" life. - ,..
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Daisy-purity in thought and loyal love. grounded for several months ADVANCED :-
"I love you for just being yourself"Dogwoodlove for lack of spare parts. These _
in adversity."I'll Talks Open sources believe that the Chin- -
love you even in bad times" ese have returned to the Soviet NATIONALJfRIGlDAiBi
Everlasting Flower (Helichrysum)-Constancy. _. WASHINGTON (AP) The aircraft market in order to geta
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Gardenis restrained affection."I open important economic and sta Ja:
RC ConfabNEW
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love you secretly" C political today. Mi
Hibiscusdelicate and beautiful. The conferences are expected S
"You are the perfection of womanhood" to last 10 to 14 days and YORK (AP) The 39th Y ?
Honeysuckle-bond of love. could mark the start of a new national convention of the Amer-
I "We belong to each other" phase in this country's relations -ican Red Cross opens today, {H'J 1
Impatiensrefusal and severed affection with the Communist na- with 5,000 chapter delegates
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Monday May 18, 19S4Gainesville Sun -3-.,

{ '* THE HARRIS SURVEY _* Pilots Weren't Stutts said; "I was told' on'"..

Captured Dec. 7 that he was assassinated.But .
that's the only thing they

Suburb Vote Is Vital in Calif. i I Told of Kennedy's DeathSEOUL I told The me two about pilots it."were captured


' South Korea (AP- medical observation. Hospital'May 17, 1963, when their heli-

\ r By LOUIS HARRIS Breakdown of Rockefeller The number who called Lodge gon, the New Yorker was the 1964 is the year of the most Two Army helicopter pilots dis- officials described their condi- copter was forced down by Com
I tion as good. munist gunfire while they were-
I PORTLAND, Oregon Gov- vote: I a "lazy campaigner" tripledin first choice of no more than independent voter behavior in closed today their Communist border markers.
ernor Nelson Rockefelle'6I Rockefeller Per cent the last three weeks. A ma- one in 10 Republicans in Calif a long time. Primaries can be captors withheld word of Presi- Dunn raised the question of inspecting

I smashing upset victory in Ore- State-wide 33 jority of 68 per cent of these ornia. But he was the second! subject to the vagaries of wide- dent John F. Kennedy's assas- Kennedy's assassination. Voltz Stutts said North Korean .
/ gon drives up his stock in the Suburbs 37 Republicans were critical of choice of another one in four.I spread last minute shifts and sination.from them for days. said he heard about it on* army officers turned them over
Viet Nam and attributed The real battle in the June 21 both Oregon and New Hamp-
June 2 California primary. Cities 35 re- Thanksgiving Day -six days to civilian guards 13 days later.
Before Oregon, Rockefeller Towns 33 sponsibility for it to Lodge. primary will center on the sub-! shire dramatically illustratethis The two UJS. officers also said later.
The ambassador proved to be urbs, making fully 43 fact. There are no party TILE
up per VINYL FLOOR ,
was running behind Sen. Barry Rural 27 they were kept apart during His guards were "very proudof
more appealing as a residual cent of the vote. Goldwater be- lines in primaries to cut down i 42 COLORS IN STOCK
Goldwater in California, 45 most of their of the fact Voltz said. i
per imprisonment "They
l The movement toward Rockefeller candidate in New Hampshire gins with a 57-43 per cent lead rapid switching. year PER
cent to 55 per cent. had a big smile and said he had 10.9s*
was first spotted in poll- the man few objected to in the suburbs of California. In As a consequence, polling pri- in North Korea. TILE
The question now is whether ing a week before the election than as the serious front runnerin Oregon, just such suburban voters -maries is hazardous at best. been shot by some loyal Communist Sinclair Eaton Co. -
Ben W. Stutts 31 of
Capts. ,
the party member in the United
last two weeks of Califor-
in most to Rocke- The Harris Survey caught some .
and was located primarily Oregon.In responded 716 N. Main St. ...
" nia will see a Rockefeller surge the suburbs at that time. It California, Rockefeller feller's campaign. In Califor- of the shift to Rockefeller at Florence Ala., and Charleton States. i ---- --

comparable to the last two was made up first chiefly of starts out strongest in the cities, nia, Rockefeller will need to the end but not nearly the Voltz, 26, of Frankfort, :Mich., Dine With Your Gracious Ho tTOMORROW'S
f weeks here. business executives and professional among professional people and repeat the pattern to. win. magnitude nor scope that it finally revealed some aspects of their
" In Oregon, Rockefeller's victory people who felt the small businessmen. Before Ore- There is no doubt now that took. captivity in a brief meetingwith COMPLETE LUNCHEON '

was fashioned: essentially GOP needed an active vigorous Lt. Gen. Thomas W. Dunn BEEF withSpanish
from a revolt sparked among ,
alternative to Goldwater. Girl Friend of Accused U.S. commander in Korea. ? -
business and Kennedy Rice
professional exe- Reports that Goldwater would
cutives who wanted their partyto win the GOP nomination were I The conversation was tape- Buttered Carrot ..Lj
have a moderate alternativeto take the California recorded at the L' Refreshing B., 0
Goldwater.The he to primary Tribute AtMemorial Killer of Two ArrestedCAMDENTON military hospitaland Spring Salad
talked about. the Army released transcript
were widely a Hot Roll &
revolt spread from the to newsmen. The
Army
suburbs to the cities, and the Rockefeller also communi-- Mo. (AP) Abercrombie are both from Tulsa has refused to allow a news con- Butter Hot Coffee or
vote switched from an absent cated with voters here that he The girl friend of accused killer Okla. ference. Iced Tea COMPLETE .
Henry Cabot Lodge to an active, cared and really wanted their John R. Abercrombie was take I Abercrombie is charged with Your Second Cup of Coffee or Iced Tea -
on the scene Nelson Rockefeller. vote. He ran as the underdog.By CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP- en into custody yesterday for first degree murder in t he Stutts and Voltz, who were Is Always FREE.

A breakdown of the Rocke contrast, voters felt no urgency -John F. Kennedy "taught us the further questioning. shooting of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil freed Saturday, remain under :
feller vote clearly shows that he to vote for Henry Cabot need for racial understanding," Camdenton County Sheriff E. Bybee of Hutchinson Kan. at a i -P

ran strongest in the suburbs of Lodge. He was criticized for says evangelist Billy Graham. L. Libby said Miss Kathryn Ann motel in nearby Osage Beach e
Oregon last Friday. I not coming home to campaign. "More than any man in this Nance, 24, was a r r e sted when last Tuesday night. PROPANELp.mls

generation he spoke" courageously she went to visit Abercrombie, Miss Nance was released from CAFETERIA! Y
to this point. 22, at the Greene County jail in custody last Thursday after
P Lunch 11:30 to 2:05
I Flowers Speak Graham and Secretary of Springfield. Miss Nance andRed questioning and has since been Dinner 4:30zp.m.ajn. to 8:05: p.m.p.m.

Commerce Luther H. Hodges,I staying at a.Springfield motel. 1212 North Main Street
both native North Carolinians, China Prosecutor James Roach said HOTTER THAN I
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the of June brides and moonlight rides is Lodge. Libby quoted
that season uponus Rose Kennedy, and his China will'add to its fleet of Soviet -
has with list of flowers which, down throughthe Abercrombie as saying "I just ,
come up a brother, Sen. Edward M. Ken Ilyushin-18 airliners u under
had to kill that'salL"
somebody,
ages, have acquired a special meaning for starry-eyed nedy.
terms of a trade agreement
lovers. According to folklore those who desire to express Vote May 26ARTHUR ,
service the first .of its signed last week between Peking Abercrombie told officers he VV
their feelings to a member of the opposite gender, but can't The .
seem to find the words, can do so by giving them the kind by a state, was to have and Moscow. returned to his own motel and :W.THOMPSON "
appropriate flower. been the setting for presentationof This was reported Sunday by picked up Miss Nance. They .
a check to Mrs. Kennedy to Hsinhua, the Chinese Communist were arrested less than a mile
Aster-symbol of daintiness or elegance."I be used in building a library at press agency. But the report from the El Dorado in a car i
Harvard University to house did not say how many of the that matched the description of
think you are charming"Begonia Kennedy's papers. huge turboprop airplanes China a vehicle that sped from the FOR YOUR COUNTY COMMISSIONER

-flirtatious but frivolous. would purchase. motel shortly after the shoot-
"Beware! I am not serious" The presentation was delayed Earlier this year Peking put ing. The gun used in the shoot- Thompson has demonstrated in his business and
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.11 "Be careful, do not hurt me" been tabulated. Gov. Terry San- count aircraft purchased from Abercrombie and Miss Nance that he can get along with people. ;
ford told Mrs. Kennedy, how-
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'"You are a wonderful person" ever, the drive to raise the Shanghai, Canton and Knu- to be married when they left Thompson has the ABILITY and ENERGY to serve

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'j; Carnation, yellow-disdain and rejection."I Graham said Kennedy's death China already had five Hyu- of doctors at Tulsa and Aber- (Pd. AdvJ
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1"-. (&afurzuilk iun How to Avoid Disaster THE OF I


4 er
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2frui Unfit (];imrn tratfng into South Viet Nam, much the Vietnamese differ- It is not, therefore, astonishing i
JOHN K. BAB4ISON. President and with that the U. S. with
and there are other indica- ed among themselves or some SOUTH
=, r bli hen PAT COWIES. lie Prest- By JAMES RESTONWASHINGTON
dent ED JOHJfSOX. Pees President tions that the Cambodians feel the Chinese, they tended to 15,500 troops who are giving ,
-, Florida's Beautiful tad ExeeiUT Edits W. G. (Bill) There that the balance of power in hate each other less than the support to a country that has I .
,. EBEKSOLE. TIe President and Ad- have been some solemn meet- the whole of Southeast' Asia white man; second, that no had three governments in the I
.=- 'University City I vcrtlstac Director BOB' TAETAG- ings at the White House last now favors the Communists.THE major source of Western power last six: months and innumer- By RALPH McGILL
u. CreulsUsa tult:trr Priit Winning r.bUller
r.- LIONE. VIce Pwiden week about Viet Nam. Secre- I
could be established in that able changes of military and Of U. Atlanta (Ga. CeiutiUtiu

=- Manager.THE tary of Defense McNamarawent SITUATION in Laos, peninsula right up against,the civilian command in the prov-

= SUN'S POLICY to Viet Nam from Ger- according to official reports Chinese border, without the inces, should be having

= many last week because the reaching here, is even worse.' acquiescence of the Chinese; trouble. Memory"r
1. Report the news fully and Impartially in the news columns. the war there were .
reports on
.=. 2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only tn editorials and he did not Instead of the moderates gain- and third, that the Vietnamese Much could be said about r
disturbing,
3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. ing in that country,. the ProCommunist Communists were tough sol the presumption of think ing
back reassured.A
come fources could, it diers. American and advice Of TheSmokies t
= The Sun's telephones All Departments-372-8441 number of things have money
: is conceded here, easily take would win by the end ,of 1965a
= Want Ads-376-4672 contributed to the anxiety.The over the whole country any THE FRENCH put 400,000 war the French themselves, 'I
Communist Viet Cong time the Communist strate- soldiers into the area in the with all their men and money I

troops have recently increased gists in North Viet Nam de- first Indochina war, which directly involved, could not

the tempo of the fighting cided it was appropriate to do ended just ten years ago. They win, but that is irrelevant to 1
A Red-Letter Event around the South Vietnamese the
from
had substantial help
the present. This was a long time ago
so.In j1
capitol of Saigon. historical terms none of U. S. at the end. That war f.
... father and I went for
The facts are that we are .my
:: The coming of the Philadelphia a tide of effort that cannot be de this should be 'so surprising. cost the French twice as much now committed, we are not an autumn weekend to the

", Orchestra to the University campus nied. THE MOVEMENT of Com- Washington is slowly findingout money as the U. S. put into winning we are not thinking old house place in the foot-
munist from the north Marshall
troops the
what Paris learned in France
on May 20 is a red-letter event in during about Southeast Asia as a hills of the Smokies. My
along the Ho Chi Minh trail Southeast Asia long ago. After Plan days, and what is more
the cultural life of Gainesville. The whole but about Viet Nam, grandmother and an uncle
Our billboards boast that Gaines- through Laos to the south has 70 years in that territory, the important, it cost them 172- old
Laos and Cambodia still lived in the farm-
= separately -
date should be doublechecked in red increased and they are getting But still
ville is a "center" for Science, Edu- French came to believe three 000 casualties. they (though all of them are house. One could stand on
;. music calendar. bolder. The most recent example howeveras lost.
on every lover's things: First, that
cation and :Medicine. But it is inevitable was the sinking of a under pressure from the same the front porch and look down
source in Communist North across a meadow pasture and
=:. This is not just another "good con that it must also be a cul- well guarded aircraft carrierat BELOW OLYMPUS lntel.nd Viet Nam and Communist the "bottoms" where corn I..
the dock close to the centerof By ,
cert." It is a menu of musical en- tural center, a center for the fine arts Saigon. China), and we are neither grew in the summer and see ,

and the for be prepared to accept defeat nor the Tennessee River, yellow
orchestra humanities to
joyment presented by a great More serious, the desertionrate
I to extend the war to North with fall rains, rolling down
,
-_ an orchestra rated by most healthy, education must be whole. among the South Viet 3fI'Di; !! Viet Nam. toward Chattanooga.I .

music critics as the world's finest. Its namese has recently gone up, did not know it then, be-

offerings on Wednesday night will The Florida Gymnasium will be indicating a rising spirit of IN SHORT, we are trappedin ing only about eight years

feature Beethoven, Stravinsky, and the "setting" for the Philadelphia defeatism American and, of course to ,the tak- .flyPDCRISY the midst of incompatibleforces old, but my father was remembering -

i Richard Strauss and, for a changeof Orchestra on Wednesday evening. ing arms none of which is like- his boyhood when
"
enemy. j I ly in the foreseeable future deer, bear and wild turkey
t.t.i pace, a composition with the intriguing Although limited acoustically for Coincidentally, rel i g i o us I Ltt1. either to vanish or prevail. and other game had been

title "The Good-Humored musical performances (and lackingin friction has broken out againin :( ; I Neither President Johnsonnor plentiful.

Ladies." aesthetic and other South Viet Nam betweenthe jJ "Let's
if
appointments : Ambassador Lodge, both see we can finda
Buddhists and the Roman
refinements) it does have the great Catholics. One Buddhist leader involved against all expecta- turkey," he said. It was

One of the most astonishing facts virtue of adequate seating capacityfor named Tri Quang is nowa .; tions in the presidential cam- late afternoon. He went into

t1 ,-- about this forthcoming red-letter a large audience. We have been center of political opposition BY paign of 1964 is likely to risk the house and came out with
DONATED an old double-barreled, muz
n at this time a policy of at-
tl event is the low admission price. A told that better accommodations for to the new head of the 601LWALIACE tack on the Communist Northor zle-loading shotgun. "It be-

ticket can be had for two dollars the arts (including music and drama) South Vietnamese govern- retreat in the nonCommunist longed to your grandfather,"

,:.'I (plus six cents tax). Elsewhere the are "9n the boards." But we shall ment whom, Gen.the United Nguyen States Khanh is now, on South. he said. We started walking. _

) door fee for the Philadelphia Orches- keep our fingers crossed until we counting, and the papal Nor are they willing, even if I was allowed to carry the
pouch and the powder horn.
tra ranges up to $7.50. know they are "in the works." nuncio in Saigon, MonsignorAsta it were possible, to consider This .
was an
II who has been a stabilizing negotiating the neutrality of ecstasy."I

i tl How do they manage to do it? But in any event, Wednesday influence, is being transferred the whole area. They are REMEMBER where they
intentionsbut
out of the trapped by the good
country.
I You took the question right out of night is a red-letter night for Gaines- Meanwhile, this unsatisfac- presumptions of the past used to roost," he"said. "May-

our mouth. The only answer we haveis ville and for the University. We tory situation in South Viet and the foreign and domestic be they still do.

that thinking big is the first stepto only hope that it will not be a red Nam seems to be affecting politics of the present into We the walked across a cornerof
and
pasture into the
doing big. The University Lyceum ink entry in the Lyceum Council's adversely the Western posi- trying to avoid aggression or woods, going deeper and
tion in both Laos and Cam- defeat. No wonder, then, the
Council and the Student Govern- ledger. The good things of life are deeper. At last my father
bodia. Recently Cambodianjet conversations at the White
ment Organization made always worth paying forparticularly stopped and whispered in
apparently planes have been pene- Take A Look At Yourself, Yankee! House last week were solemn. my"
up their minds that you and we and when they come at such bargain ear. "Don't talk. Walk easy.
He cocked both barrels
they deserve this kind of musical prices. pull-
".f USES AMBIGUITIES OF 'OPEN' HOUSING ing back the heavy hammers.
feast and that both the University
I I followed behind, trying to
and the Gainesville community would Says Reid Poole, head of the :Music walk like the Indians I had

i give it all-out support. Department at the University, "The read about. We moved slow-

I attendance at this Wednesday con- Wallace Shows Voters'Stand on Rightsto ly, my father peering throughthe

It has long been our contention cert will be an indication of the gen- trees ahead and, occa-
sionally, up into them. Oncewe
that Gainesville, the site of Florida's uine interest of the University, of By RICHARD WILSON everyone knows, that thereis leadership in both the Senate rely on the Gallup Poll for came to a small clearingand

I oldest university, should be the the city of Gainesville, and of ,the Chief,* CowlesWashington opposition to civil rights re and the House, without which this indication.SO he pointed to what I

I cultural center of the state. We surrounding area in cultural events Bureau form. adoption of a civil rights bill would not have seen..scratch

think there is a rising7tide ofsentiment .- ofthe highest order. It will providea WASHINGTONThe Wal- would be impossible. the WE NOW see more marks and leaves tossed
BUT GOVERNOR Wallacehas overpowering Democratic ma- clearly what the facts are. A about. fed here too
'They not
this view. And index of the cultural orienta- lace for the
that supports a good campaign presi-
in the nation is "
in cannot
done a service. He has jority Congress passa majority en- long ago, he whispered.We .
I'' continuing tide of sentiment creates tion of the entire community." dency at the doorstep of the tested depths that were un- civil rights bill alone. forcing on the minority both hunted an hour withno

capitol has helped to bring known and were feared to run The main opposition to civil legislation and behavioral at- luck.

what the civil rights bill does far deeper. One strange con- rights legislation is in the titudes which the minorityvery On the way back he talked."I .

: not contain. It does not con- clusion has been drawn from Democratic Party in the strongly oppose. The can remember old men,"

1\i tain any reference to housing the Wallace foray, and it Is South, and Governor Wallace passage of a law will not he said, "who claimed to have

\ Voice of the People except in a negative sense. that because Republi cans hoped to demonstrate that it change many minds, just as talked with men who had

Governor Wallace of Ala- have crossed over to vote in was deeper in the North than passage of the 18th Amend- talked with Nollychucky Jack

bama has tried to arouse in- Democratic primaries in was suspected. But be has ment did not prevent people -John Sevier. They told tales

I'' ferences by his listeners in which Wallace was involved, merely demonstrated that in from drinking alcoholic bev- about the wild strawberriesin

O" The Sun's Opinion PageOpinions === the Maryland campaign that the Republican Party is anti- a national referendum, if such erages. the clearings, the huge turkeys -

the federal legislation is a civil rights. The opposite is were possible, national opinion What has got to be preparedfor that roosted high in the
on4 comments of Sun readers art welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters "back-door demonstrably true and this would probably strongly favor is that the civil rights law trees, and the woodcock and
open occupancybill.
must be signed and b* r-4he writer's address.- Names will be withheld if requested A letter shouldnot
is of the It
shown in the constructive passage legislation. when it is will "
He does this for the passed not be partridges.
exceed 500 wofrffand must be written on only one side of the pope;: Poetry cannot be used. The V
Sun reserves the right to reject ony letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or obvious reason that open occupancy attitudes of the Republican is no longer necessary merely universally accepted as light,

intent. 'w V is one of the most either morally or constitutionally. "WHEN I WAS a boy" he

What Abbiir de'rstandable that' 'I lungs "I am' sure of this: Whatever critical in the range of civil Nor will it be acceptedas reminisced, "there were lots

would move slowly. happens or does not happen in rights issues. Washington Memo enough by a growingly of turkeys and deer and some

Aid to Alaska? However I see in other schools and colleges, if we militant civil rights move- bear. Once your uncle and I

States, that many organizations curb God in the upbringing of, BUT HE CANNOT rely on ment. walked up a deer from wherehe

EDITOR, Sun: An article in ? are making contributions 'our children, we are on the the bill now being consideredin From the Cowles Washington Bureau But at least, Governor Wal- had bedded down and
the Senate to have the lace has helped to demon- shot him. It was a cold, win-
yesterday's (May 12) Sun says road to tyranny. SCRIPTURE: President Johnson is fond of quoting the Bible -
"It has been six weeks since What about it??? JOSEPH P. HIGGINBOTHAM ,effect of requiring home -owners ;but he is not known to have quoted'Proverbs 26:17, or at strate that the opposition may ter day. The river was frozen
the awful catastrophe in Alaska" NAME WITHHELD to rent or sell their homesto and meddleth be within manageable proportions over. The wounded deer ran
"He that
Winthrop, Mass. least not lately. Quote: passeth by,
This how- as it would be hoped across. Your uncle and I
and rebuilding slow. Negroes. may, -
with strife belonging not to him, is like one that taketh a dog
ever, be the effect of some that the advocates of more reform we were in our early teens-
When there was such an "Need to Know by the ears.
America An Answer For existing and proposed state would stay within man- followed across on the ice
earthquake in South Source of Truth laws and local ordinances. ageable limits. Governor Wal- and found the deer dead on

some time back we were Awkward Age' WIPE YOUR FEET: Just across the street from the White lace has gone on his missionin the other side. Things change

alerted and churches and EDITOR, Sun: If the solu- Ambiguities, or even delib- House they're demolishing some old office buildings. And as a constitutional and Democratic ....I guess the turkey roostsare

I organizations all over were tion to atheistic Communismis EDITOR, Sun: To answer erate: deceptions, are not unfamiliar is customary the site is surrounded by a high fence made of way and that ought to deeper in the woods.._"

taking things and filled great- -theological- stated' by the question of One of the in political .cam old doors salvaged from previous demolitions. One of the be remembered by the civil That deeply etched memory

spaces in the'Court House the late Gen. Douglas Mac- Awkward Age:" paigns and certainly wouldbe doors bears the legend "324-Federal Radiation Control rights demonstrators of the came back when the Presi-

Square. Arthur and if there is to be ju- This is a good question. It no justification for con- the Secretariat" Behind it is a collection of rubble that would future. dent began his tour of the

Has the primary been so all venile respect for authority, was explained in the Sun clusions that Governor Wal- make any bombardier. proud. Southern Appalachians..andstories

important that we can thinkof we must make it possible to some time ago. The Kerr- lace has no right to stir up Peter began to be written of
but ourselves? trouble on the civil rights Paying the ruthless that
nothing imbue public school children Mills Bill takes care of those exploitation
question. The Governor has a PARTY PROBLEM: A local housewife, fresh from an even
I may have'missed it with a consciousness of God. who do not have security, Paul And left poverty and hopelessnessin
of her husband's.office and their wives
right to run for president on ing entertaining pals ,
but I have not seen one ap To those of us who believe etc, through the State W e I- many of the valleys and
this, issue just as Al Smith' reports it was an experience to test the skill of any hostess.
either the that all lawful fare. If the time small farms.
peal among authoritycomes ever comes Nasser Too
had a right to run for presi- "They were all from the Central Intelligence Agency so of
churches or o g ani zations from God, it is tragic when there is no more security They are mysterious the
dent because he opposed the course everything they wanted to talk about was secret so all
toward an appealin that children to the State Wel- Appalachians and they excite
tending have not go
many you
18th Amendment to the Con they could do was sit around and sing-and they didn't know NtUY bark tt'imtsLONDON
Gainesville or the c o u n ty been taught that truth. Disrespect fare and tell them you are a the geologists. Millions of
the words to
and
stitution. is was any songs.
to start doing our part for for authority is not an pauper and they will give you Morality Britain and years ago there were vast
Alaska. unexpected result of a purely some kind of help-depends on involved in both issues, as the United Arab Republichave seas where the mountains are

If the. rest of the countrywere materialistic education. what you need. well as the question of indi- QUOTE: James E. Webb, Chief of the National Aero- resolved a money problem ...geologists say the nature of
vidual freedom of choice.
so indifferent it is un- Quoting Archbishop Cushing: NAME WITHHELD nautics and Space Administration describing how the U. S. with a neat diplomatictrick the seas determined the nature
had to go about it when it was trying to overtake the Soviet that seemed to leave all of the rocks. As millenia
EVEN IF he gets 40 per- lead in space without wrecking the nation's economy: "It parties satisfied and enriched, came and went the first of the

i POTOMAC FEVERSenate cent of the Democratic vote was like removing the appendix of a big man while he was at least theoretically.The huge folds were thrust up.
in to add to his 30
Maryland carrying a heavy trunk up three flights of stairs without los- problem arose after Millions of years passed.
in Wisconsin and less
percent ing a step and with the stitches all neatly in when he got to the death of Sir Robert THESE FIRST thrusts were
than 30 percent in Indiana, the top." Greg, the former British com- worn down. Then came other

Republicans can't quite keep the Bobby Baker case alive. Remember governor Wallace will not missioner for the Egyptian convulsions.... and many

Bobby, the weight lifter used to hold 10 senators in the. palm of. his hand. have shaken anybody's eye public debt, at his home in thousands of years later. .
teeth. To the contrary, it is GO SLOW: Government agencies, which are a little inclined
Now he has them on his neck. Cairo in 1953. He left about still others were thrown up to
clearly indicated that against to shoot from the hip, got a warning from a House
-- $188,000 to be shared by the form folds and peaks. The
The Mississippi legislature killed a bill that would have outlawed the GOP. fragmentary primary elections committee that is somewhat concerned about the "Silent Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge valleys; of the Appalachiansare

Any of you Yankees still want to talk about prejudice and bigotry? he would be completely Spring" psychosis. The committee said no department should and the National Art sometimes like notches
snowed under. put out any warnings about pesticides and the like unless
carved into' the earth.
-- Collections Fund. But for 10

They're thinking of using police dogs on Capitol ill. Been a lot of crimeup Governor Wallace has fail- there menace.was And good it added evidence, "Some that provision its use was should a public be made health for years the Egyptian government Four years ago Harriette

there including some after congress quit for the night. ed to demonstrate that it is payment of financial losses resulting from statements con- refused to release the Simpson Arnow wrote a book,
-- funds. "Seedtime in the Cumberland -
Goldwater has been getting big- and mock dangerous politically for cerning the use of approved pesticides where there is no evi- ," I remember the stories
Barry votes in campus polls con- Northern Democrats to sup- is evi- After protracted argument, V
bte of where there no
ventions. This will be mighty helpful when he runs for president-of the Association port the civil rights bill. He cerning use approved pesticides the governments reached an my father had from old men i
dence that their the health.
of American Colleges. has, failed to demonstrate that _use endangers public agreement. Last week the when I read her research 1

-- the white backlash against Foreign Office sent out equal from the most ancient records ';

Bobby Kennedy, who lives in Virginia, may run for the Senate in New civil rights reform under- checks to the Fitzwilliam of strawberries st

York. That's legal. Look at Pierre Salinger-and Henry Cabot :Lodge. mines the political foundationof tv Museum and the N.A.C.F. plentiful the legs of horses

the Persident of the United <.e e;. .-.et Then it informed President walking through them wouldbe

DeGaulle gets mad at Tunisia so he cuts off its foreign aid. That's foolish. States. And the truth of the 'O + () i I Jt !Jf, Nasser that he could regard red to their knees; of wild I

He. ought to send over a delegation of high officials. and- ..some old airplanes. matter 'Is that Governor Wal- :t .. + ; ',"; "(j the money as Britain's turkeys weighing 50 'pound
lace has not scared anybody official con t r ibution toward so fat they would burst

LBJ has learned to drive a golf cart and it's done wonders for..his game., in Washington, nor taught the J k'cJ.lt : ..WJ jdi saving the Abu Simbel Temples open when they fell to earth

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P1 J = &atgiiIfrMr .i nj1t F. Childs, Colored News Editor there.Mrs. Mary H. Belton and son I Ia II I

CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSMt. Jim; of Miami, were flown,
CONVENTION CLOSES both the fashion show and wom- Olive Primitive Bap-
'The Annual Session of theWoman's anless wedding is given and also -tistSunday School 9:30 a.m.; here yesterday on a brief visit I THE

and Edu- the election of officers dur- and outing with relatives and
Missionary and
.= -. morning worship, 11 a.m.; '
__ 'b'..- JOHN K. HAKJUSON. FrUeat sad cational Convention auxiliaryof ing the meeting. evening worship 6 p.m. Rev. frie[ ds. I I SOUTH'
hllllalaen FAT COWIES. Vie Presidents
> the ML Sinai Missionary There will be a short program
H.
: ED JOHNSON. Tie preaUe.eFlorida's Kinsey, pastor.
""
Miss Effie H. of
with Rev.G. from the music fea- Johnson
Association department
= BeautifulUniversity 19111 and Exec.Ut. Editors W. G. (BU1) Baptist Spring Hill Baptist -Sunda)
_. ,. L' EBERSOLE. Tie President and Advertising G. McArthur, modera tor turing the fifth grade in a School, 10 a.m.; morning wor- Clearwater, passed through the II I
City rurar +d DirecUri BOB TAETACXJONE. which began May 14 at the Eb- Travelogue of Songs" to climax and University City yesterday en By RALPH McGILL
Tic. Freshest and Creul enezer Baptist Church with the meetings.ST. ship, 11 a.m.; evening wore P.ii-.i.r Prize ffbutar rmhlUhcr
=.. u.. Vinaftc. Rev. E. D. Robinson pastor, ship, 6:30 p.m. Rev. T. D. Davis -, route to Jacksonville to visit at I Of the AUMU (G.l C.MU1.IM.
pastor; Mrs. Catherine Me- Edward Waters College.
= THE SUN'S POLICY came to a close yesterday at AUGUSTINE
Starke, and was very success- Notice Gill reporter.
Miss Jane Miller of Jackson- MemoryOfThe
-' 1. Report the news fully and Impartially In the news columns. .;" The Trustees, Faculty and Friendship BaptistSunday
= ., 2; Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in-editorials ful.The_ attendance was good. Graduating Class of Florida School 9:30 ajn.;morning wor, ville, passed through Gaines

= ., 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. Memorial College request your ship, 11 a.m.; and evening wor, ville en route to Ocala to visit

....;. The Suns telephones: All Departments3728441.Want NEWBERRY NEWS presence at the Commencement ship, 7 p.m. Rev. D. E. White,, with her aunt, Mrs. Mae Grant

= Ads-376-4672 Program And Facilities Activities May 18-25 at St. Au- pastor. and other relatives.
Rest Church of Christ t
gustine. Pilgrim
Mrs. F. S. Whitfield will come
in Unity Sunday School 1a.m. 0 I SmokiesThis
to Newberry Elementary Schoolon
GIBBS COMMENCEMENTST.
and afternoon
hitj I Tuesday, May 19, to acquaint -SENIOR CITIZENS' ; worship
Red-Letter 3:30: p.m. Mrs. Mary Hall, re- .
Eventr the students with the The Annual Senior Citiz e n s' PETERSBURG, A series -
*:.. program and facilities at the A. Dinner, which has been held porter; Elder Rufus Armstrong of activities highlighting was a long time ago

.... The coming of the Philadelphia a tide of effort that cannot be de L. Mebane School at Alachua.It each year at the Bell's Nursery pastor. commencement at Gibbs Junior ....my father and I went for
is that her Mt. Pleasant Methodist I an autumn weekend to the
t. hoped by coming is scheduled for '
Orchestra to the University campus nied. Wednesday, College has been scheduled. A
Church School 9:30 ,
a.m. old
, the students will make a 20 at 12 ; house place in the foot.
on May 20 is a red-letter event in smoother transition from ele- May The people, of noon.the communi t morning worship 11 a.m.; and May 25 presentation of "Blithe i hills of the Smokies. My

:-- the cultural life of Gainesville. The 'Our billboards boast that Gaines- mentary to Junior High. are asked to kindly share in y evening worship, 7 p.m. Rev. Spirit" is the inaugural activity I I grandmother and an uncle

date should be doublechecked in red ville is a "center" for Science, Edu- P.T.A. Meeting I helping to make this an enjoy- W. M. Ferguson pastor.Mt. and the play, written by Noel still lived in the old farm-
The Parent Teacher Association Carmel BaptistThere house. One could stand on
: on every music lover's calendar. able occasion. Coward will feature both fresh-
.. cation and :Medicine. But it is inevitable of Newberry Elementary will be mid-week meditation the front porch and look down
men and sophomores.The .
-- that it must also be a cul- School will have its final meet-i ,Services tomorrow 7:30 p.m. across a meadow pasture and
This is not just another "good con- Ing for this term on Tuesday, NEWS Church of the Living God Annual Honors and the "bottoms" where corn

I J IT I : cert." It is a menu of musical en- tural center, a center for the fine arts May 19, at 8 p.m. at the school. ALACHUA Great Choir (Sugar Hill) Elder W. L. Key Awards Day program will beheld grew in the summer and see

: joyment presented by a great orches- and the humanities for, to be During the meeting the officers The St. Matthew Baptist i pastor and also his congregation at the college on May 27, the Tennessee River, yellow

.' tra, an orchestra rated by most healthy, education must be whole. for elected.the school year 196465will Church choir of Alachua will from Crystal River will where an added highlight! will with fall rains, rolling down
be
be" choir at the St. Olive conduct a joint service tomorrow toward Chattanooga.
: Its guest I
music critics as the world's finest.
We asking that all be the recognition of this year's"Outstanding
I are parentsand I Baptist Church with Rev. H. 8 p.m.; and the Heavenly I did not know it then, be-
offerings Wednesday night will The Florida Gymnasium will be "
be
on friends to present and Alumni.
Kinsey pastor, Sunday at 3 Gospel Singers will render a I ing only about eight years
: feature Beethoven, Stravinsky, and the "setting" for the Philadelphia on time. old but father
p.m. program. Wednesday 8 p.m. On Friday, May 29, the annual. my was remembering -
: Richard Strauss and, for a change Orchestra on Wednesday evening. During the program: Mrs. A. T. his boyhood when
reshman-sophomore will
: of pace, a composition with the intriguing Although limited acoustically for PLANS MEETINGThe ,Jones will be the principal be held and alumni prom will be! deer, bear and wild turkey

I : title "The Good-Humored musical performances (and lackingin Poverty Fund Club will ST. PETERSBURG speaker. The public is invited. guests at a special re-union. I and other game had been
hold its at the Mt. Olive; M. M. plentiful.
Ladies." aesthetic appointments and other meeting Clerk Typist Bishop Williams, pastor;
: : The sixth "Let's see if we can finda
Primitive Baptist Church today Mrs. Lelia Miles, reporter. College's commencement -
The first Negro to be hired as
refinements) it does have the great at 8 p.m.SOCIETY program will beheld turkey," he said. It was
a clerk typist went to work for
r One of the most astonishing facts virtue of adequate seating capacityfor the General Electric Co. at St. on June 3. Announcementof late afternoon. He went into

about this forthcoming red-letter a large audience. We have been Petersburg recently.Mrs. PERSONALSMr. the speaker will be given at the house and came out withan

.v event is the low admission price. A told that better accommodations for MEETING Chrystalle Stewart headof and Mrs. Perkins, of a later date.Reopening. old double-barreled, muz-

,I ticket can be had for two dollars the arts (including music and drama) The Home Mission Society of Gibbs Junior College's business -St. Petersburg were guests of longed zle-loading to shotgun.grandfather"It be-" .
the Moriah Church your ,
Mt. Baptist depart ment, announcedthat
(plus six cents tax). Elsewhere the "on the boards." But shall Mrs. Perkins' relatives here on he said.
are we will meet with Mrs. Lillie Veal Helen Thomas of Orlando, NW 6th Ave. May 20 We started walking.I .
J door fee for the Philadelphia Orches- keep our fingers crossed until we of 720 S.W. 6th St., Wednesdayat and well known in Gainesville Perkins, yesterday.Rev. of St. Petersburg was allowed to carry the

: tra ranges up to $7.50. know they are "in the works." 8 p.m. a 1963 honor graduate of her was a visitor in Gaines- DANCE pouch and the powder horn.
This .
department is now working as was an ecstasy."I
ville last week.
the Pinellas Peninsula Plant of STARTS AT 9 P.M.
i.. How do they manage to do it? But in any event, Wednesday PTA MEETINGThe General Electric which operatesits Miss Mary H. Longworth and REMEMBER where they

You took the question right out of night is a red-letter night for Gaines- Parent Teacher Association plant for the United S t ates Miss Betty Daniels, both of Gibbs Gray Moss Inn used to roost," he said. "May-

i. our mouth. The only answer we haveis ville .and for the University. We of A. Q. Jones Elementary Atomic Energy Commisson. Deland whose visit here and (better known as be they still do."

that thinking big is the first step only hope that it will not be a red School will have its final meet- Graduates of the j u n ior col Jacksonville for the past two the Honkey Tonk) I We walked across a corner
for the school term at business weeks has been pleasant left of the pasture and into the
ing today lege's department
to The ink in the Council's
doing big. University Lyceum entry Lyceum MEWBERRY FLA.
8 p.m. in the auditorium of the helped to break the "e 0 lor yesterday for their home. S woods, going deeper and
I Council and the Student Govern- ledger. The good things of life are school. line" at the local offices of the Mrs. Isabell Bradley of. NW Featuring Gene Franklin deeper. At last my father

ment Organization apparently made always worth paying forparticularly There will be reports from Veterans' Administration, MinUSES -8th Street left yesterday for & the House Rocketsto I stopped and whispered in my

'i' up their minds that you and we and when they come at such bargain ear. "Don't talk. Walk easy."

.... He cocked both barrels, pull-
they deserve this kind of musical prices.
AMBIGUITIES OF "OPEN' HOUSING ing back the heavy hammers.I .
feast and that both the Universityand
followed behind trying to
the Gainesville community would Says Reid Poole, head of the :Music walk like the Indians I had

give it all-out support. Department at the University, "The read about. We moved slow
Wallace Shows Voters' Stand
I attendance at this Wednesday con- on Rights ly, my father peering throughthe

It has long been our contention cert will be an indication of the genuine trees ahead and, occa-

... that Gainesville .the.site.Qf t Florida's,., interest. of the ,University' of By RICHARD WILSON as everyone knows that thereis leadership in both the Senate rely on the Gallup Poll for sionally came, up to a into small them.clearingand Oncewe

oldest university, should 1>e-1he the city of Gainesville, and of the Chief, Cowles opposition to civil rights re and the House, without which this indication.SO he pointed to what I

cultural: center: of |the, state;;*; Ye ;:; surrounding. area in cultural events Washington Bureau form. adoption of a civil rights bill would not have seen..scratch

think there is a risIng tide of sentiment .. 6f.The highest order. It will providea WASHINGTONThe Wal- would be impossible. the WE NOW see more marks and leaves tossed
BUT GOVERNOR Wallacehas overpowering Democratic ma- clearly what the facts are. A
I that supports this view. And a. good index of the cultural orienta- lace campaign for the presi- about. "They fed here not too
done a service. He has jority in Congress cannot passa majority in the nation is enforcing he
long
continuing tide of sentiment creates tion of the entire community." dency at the doorstep of the ago whispered.We .
I tested depths that were un- civil rights bill alone. on the minority both hunted
has an hour withno
capitol helped to bring known and were feared to run The main opposition to civil legislation and behavioral at- luck.

I what the civil rights bill does far deeper. One strange con- rights legislation is in the titudes which the minorityvery On the back
he talked."I .
way
not contain. It does not
con- clusion has been Democratic in the
drawn from Party strongly oppose. The
"
tain any reference to housing the Wallace and it is South and Governor Wallace of law will can remember old men,
: foray, passage a not he
said
"who claimed to have
Voice of the People except in a negative sense. that because Republi cans hoped to demonstrate that it change many minds, just as talked with men who had

I Governor Wallace of Ala- have crossed over to vote in was deeper in the North than passage of the 18th Amend- talked with Nollychucky Jack
Democratic in was suspected. But he has ment did not
bama has tried to arouse in- primaries prevent people -John Sevier. They told tales
/ which Wallace was involved, merely demonstrated that faa from drinking alcoholic bev
ferences by his listeners in about the wild strawberriesin
On The Sun's Opinion Page==== the Maryland campaign that the Republican Party is anti- national referendum, if such erages. the clearings, the huge turkeys -

the federal legislation is a civil rights. The opposite is were possible national opinion What has got to be preparedfor that roosted high in the
I If Opinions and comments of Sun readers art welcome. in the Voice of the People column. Letters "back-door: : demonstrably true and this would probably strongly favor is that the civil rights law
l, must be signed and bear the writers address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should open occupancybill. trees and the woodcock and
of the It
is shown fa the constructive legislation.
." He does this for the passage when it is passed will not be "
not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The partridges.
I Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or obvious reason that open occupancy attitudes of the Republican is no longer necessary merely universally accepted as tight,

I -Intent.-- is one of the most either morally or constitutionally. "MIEN I WAS a boy," he

What bout derstandable that t pings "I am sure of this: Whatever critical in the range of civil Nor will it be acceptedas reminisced, "there were/Iots:

\ would move slowly. happens or does not happen in rights Issues. Washington Memo enough by a growingly of turkeys and deer and some

1 Aid to Alaska? However I see in other schools and colleges if we militant civil rights move- bear. Once your uncle and I
states that many organizations curb God in the upbringing of BUT HE CANNOT rely on ment. :walked up a deer from wherehe

I EDITOR Sun: An article in are m a kin g contributions our children we are on the the bill now being consideredin From the Cowles Washington Bureau But at least Governor Wal- had bedded down, and

yesterday's (May 12)) Sun says road to tyranny." the Senate to have the SCRIPTURE:. President Johnson is fond of quoting the Bi- lace has helped to demon- shot him. It was a cold, win

f .. "It has been six weeks since What about it??? JOSEPH P. HIGGINBOTHAM effect of requiring home own- ble, but he is not known to have quoted Proverbs 26:17, or at strate that the opposition may ter day. The river was frozen

the awful catastrophe in Alas- NAME,WITHHELD Winthrop, Mass. ers to rent or sell their homesto least not'lately. Quote: "He that passeth by, and meddleth be within manageable .proportions over. The wounded deer ran

I ka" and rebuilding slow. Negroes. This may, how with strife belonging not to him, is like one that taketh a dog as it would be hoped across. Your uncle and I -
ever be the effect of some that the advocates of more reform we were In our early teens-
: When there was such an Need to Know by the ears.
An Answer For
and
existing proposed state would stay within man- followed across on the ice
South America .
in
earthquake Source of Truth laws and local ordinances. ageable limits. Governor Wal- and found the deer dead on
back
\ some time we were 'Awkward Age'EDITOR WIPE YOUR FEET: Just across the street from the White lace has gone on his missionin the other side. Things change
alerted and churches and EDITOR Sun: If the solu- Ambiguities or even delib- House they're demolishing some old office buildings. And as a constitutional and Democratic ....I guess the turkey roosts

,J organizations all over were tion to atheistic Communismis Sun: To ans w e r erate deceptions are not unfamiliar is customary the site is surrounded'by a high fence. made of way and that ought to are deeper in the woods...."
I, taking things and filled great theological as stated by the question of One of the in political cam- old doors salvaged from previous demolitions. One of the be remembered by the civil That deeply etched
Court House paigns and wouldbe memory
in the
spaces the late Gen. Douglas Mac- Awkward Age: certainly doors bears the legend "324-Federal Radiation Control rights demonstrators of the came back when the President -

i : Square.. Arthur and if there is to be juvenile This is a good question. It clusions no justification that Governor for Wal-con- the Secretariat." Behind it is a collection of rubble that would future. began his tour of the

: Has the primary been so all respect for authority, was explained in the Sun make any bombardier proud. Southern Appalachians..andstories
lace has no right to stir
'I important that we can think we must make it possible to some time ago. The Kerr- trouble the civil up Peter began to be written of
on rights Paying
: of nothing but ourselves? imbue public school children Mills Bill takes care of those the ruthless exploitation that
question. The Governor has a PARTY PROBLEM: A local housewife, fresh from an even-
have missed it with a consciousness of God. who do not have security, left and
: : I may Paul AndNasser poverty hopelessnessin
right to run for president on ing of entertaining her husband's'office pals and their wives,
not one To those of who believe etc through the State W e!- of the
but I have seen ap us many valleys and
I, this issue just as Al Smith reports it was an experience to test the skill of any hostess.
either among the that all lawful authoritycomes fare. If the time ever comes small farms.
peal
Too
had a right to run for president "They were all from the Central Intelligence Agency so of ,
churches or 0 g ani zations from God it is tragic when there is no more security They are mysterious the
because he opposed the course everything they wanted to talk about was secret so all
tending t o w a r d an appeal that many children have not you go to the State Wel- Appalachians and they excite -
18th Amendment to the Con they could do was sit around and sing-and they didn't know Sfrrn $!nrk Limts
In Gainesville or the c 6 u n ty been taught that truth. Disre- fare and tell them you are a stitution. Morality is and was the words to any songs. the geologists. Millions of

: to start doing our part for spect for authority is not an pauper and they will give you involved in both issues as LONDON Britain and years ago there were vast

., Alaska.If unexpected result of a purely some kind of help-depends on well as" the question of individual the United Arab Republic seas where the mountains r je
the rest of the country materialistic education.. what you need. freedom of choice. QUOTE: James E. Webb, Chief of the National Aeronautics have resolved a money problem ...geologists say the nature of
were so indifferent it is un- Quoting Archbishop Cushing: NAME WITHHELD and Space Administration, describing how the U. S. with a neat diplomatictrick the seas determined the nature -

EVEN IF he gets 40 had to go about it when it was trying to overtake the Soviet that seemed to leave all of the rocks. As millenia

cent of the Democratic vote per- lead in space without wrecking the nation's economy: "It parties satisfied and enriched, came and went the first of the

': POTOMAC FEVER '. in Maryland to ,add to his 30 was like removing the appendix of a big man while' he was at least theoretically.The huge folds were thrust up.

I' ; percent in Wisconsin, and less carrying a heavy trunk up three flights of stairs without los- problem arose after Millions of years passed.
than 30 percent in Indiana, ing a step and with the stitches all neatly in when he got to the death of Sir Robert THESE FIRST thrusts were
the top." Greg the former British commissioner worn down. Then came other
I Senate Republicans can't quite keep the Bobby Baker case alive. Remember have governor shaken Wallace will not for the Egyptian convulsions.... and many

Bobby, the weight lifter used to hold 10 senators in the palm. of his hand. teeth. To the contrary anybody's, it eye is GO SLOW: Government agencies which are a' little inclined public debt at his home in thousands of years later. ., .
I Now he has them on his neck. Cairo in 1953. He left about still others were thrown to
clearly indicated that against to shoot from the hip got a warning from a House up
-- fragmentary primary elec- committee that is somewhat concerned about the "SilentSpring" $188,000 to be shared by the form folds and peaks. The
I The Mississippi legislature killed a: bill that would have outlawed the GOP. should Fitzwilliam Museum in Cam- valleys of the Appalachiansare
tions he would be completely psychosis. The'committee said no department
Any' of you Yankees still want to talk about prejudice.andY bigotry? snowed under. put out any warnings about pesticides and the like unless bridge and the National Art sometimes like notches
-- Collections Fund. But for 10 carved into the earth.
there good evidence that its
was public health
use was a
i They're thinking of using police dogs on Capitol Hill. :Been a lot of crime Governor 'Wallace has fail- menace. And it added, "Some provision should be made for years the Egyptian govern- Four years ago Harriette

.1 up there";'- including some :,after Congress quit for. thenight;: ed to demonstrate that it is payment of financial losses' resulting from statements con- ment refused to release the Simpson Arnow wrote a book,
-- _.- dangerous politically for funds. "Seedtime in the Cumber-
cerning the use of approved pesticides where there is no evi-
Barry Gol Jwater has been getting big votes in campus polls and mock con- Northern Democrats to sup cerning hte use of approved pesticides where there is no evidence After protracted argument land." I remember the stories
--S ventions. This-will be mightyhelpful: when he runs for president-of the" Association port the civil rights bill. He that their use endangers the public health." ',v the governments reached an my father had from old men
of American Collejjes has failed to demonstrate that agreement. Last week the when I read her research

I -___ the white backlash against r ;> ,; Foreign Office sent out equal from the most ancient records
Bobby Kennedy, who lives in-Virginia, may run for,the Senate in New civil rights reform under- checks to the Fitzwilliam of strawberries so

York. That's' legal. Look at:-Pierre Salinger-and Henry .cabot Lodge. mines the political foundationof Museum and the N.A.C.F. plentiful the legs of horses I
-'" MI' WMV the Persident of the United Then it informed President walking through them would \

DeGaulle gets mad at Tunisia so he cuts off its foreign aid. That's foolish. States. And the truth of the At 'R.Ja.ek 9k& Nasser that he could regard be red to their knees; of wild I

He ought to send....over. allegation of high officials and some old airplanes. matter is that Governor Wallace FiA the money as Britain's turkeys weighing 50 pounds
.* -,-?.*..- -*. C"* ""* *'"' has not scared anybody official con t r ibution toward so fat they would burst

LBJ has learned" iO: drive,golf cart and it's done wonders for his game. in Washington, nor taught the tJ'I(Sew saving the Abu Simbel Tem- open when they fen to earth

Sunday he played the first nine in 45-and it used to take him two or three President anything he did notknow. ples from the advancing wat- after being shot from a tree-

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Events Beach have announced the engagement iI j

and approaching mar-
II I
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riage of their daughter Miss 3

I TODAY, MAY 18 Sandra L. Beach, to James H.

Gainesville Newcomers, City Purcell Jr., son of Mrs. JamesH.
Club To Have Recreation Center. Purcell of St. Petersburg arm

St. Jude's Circle of St. Pat I and the late Mr. Purcell.

rick's Church, 8:30 p.m., Mrs. i Both Miss Beach and Mr. Pur-
F a ',x Robert Giudice, 1001 NE -20th cell attended the University of
'
J. : May Breakfast Wednesday Place.University City Bridge in Florida Kissimmee.and are now teaching

t. ',,' Club, 7:30 p.m. University of A wedding is planned for June
,. ; The May Breakfast, closing as second vice-president Mrs Mrs. Sanford Goin will become Florida Faculty Club, West ,19 in Kissimmee. a
,....,. A' 'I event of the Gainesville Wom- Robert C. West as third vice-, finance chairman and Mrs. D. Newberry Road.Gainesville .

an's Club annual season, will, president, and Mrs. Arthur Lee C. Ostrander will act as yearbook Bridge Club,

: #: :be held Wednesday at 12:30 Campbell as fourth vice presi- chairman. 7:30 p.m., Recreation Center. I Church

p.m. at the clubhouse.Mrs. dent. Meeting with the Executive City Panhellenic Associa-

I:- 4& I J. Ed Price, presidentof Others serving on the Executive Board will be Mrs. Guy C. tion, 8 pjn., Mrs. John W.

\ .. ., ,. the Woman's Club, will present Board will be Mrs. John Fulton as parliamentarian and Sites, Mrs. J. P. Feaster, 764
'" i a summary of the year's W. Wilson, recording secretary; Mrs. J. Ed Price as immediate SW 37th Place, Idlywild.

f ;. .: s events and officers for the Mrs. Harold R. Gertner, treas- past president.The CirclesTODAY Miss Sandra L. Beach
t : r ( coming year will be installed urer, Mrs. J. B. White, historian < luncheon committee is TUESDAY, May 19
: ADVER IISEMENT
i < I by Mrs. T. K. Whitley, Director Mrs. R. Lee Montague, under the direction of Mrs. Junior Welfare League -
j J i a 'i wtf a i )f District Five from Ocala. membership chairman, Mrs. W. K. McPherson with the helpof Board, 10:30: a.m., GainesvilleGolf May 18 If your payments are getting
is former resi- Robert clubhouse I and Country Club. ielinquent, Classified Ads bring
Mrs. Whitley a Stripling, Mrs. John L. Coker Sr., Mrs. Wesley Methodist
\" .d., !| lent of Gainesville. chairman, Mrs. Sam P. Goethe George A. Holschuh, Mrs. P. A.i Business and ProfessionalWomen's Church Community, :you. extra cash FAST!

J $ .. !i Mrs. M. T. Hartman Jr. will and Mrs. Fred T. Laughon Jr., Lee, Mrs. J. R. Lowry, Mrs. Club, Installation Paid Advertising

,.; t j .'. > 'i ;e installed as president, Mrs. advisors for Little Women. W. C. Goosby Mrs. Foy Stephens and Awards Night, 7 p.m., 8 p.m., Mrs. Blanche Mc .I

s sY st '| W. T. Arnett as first vice-presi- Mrs. Mitchell Baumstein will] Mrs. Coy Thomas, Mrs.C. University Inn. Cain, 3702 NW 17th Street;
r 1 Jent, Mrs. E. Sinclair EatonBrides' continue as publicity chairman, R. Thomas, Mrs. W. J. Alachua County Republican Virginia Chapman Circle,
Trendler and Mrs. Thomas N. Women's Club meeting, Mrs. LeLand Booth, 837 NW
Wells. Noon, Park Lane Cafeteria.St. 41st Avenue.
iL Ann's Circle of St. Patrick's 1 / t
:
f Serving as ushers will be
:
Book TUESDAY, May 19
Mrs. Earl Hardee, Mrs. Donald Church 1 p.m., Mrs.W. ;
isi' A. Little 416 NE 10th Ave
: Wilcox, Mrs. Paige Pinnell First Lutheran Church Ladies
and Mrs. Wells.Decorating Guild
M- WEDNESDAY, May 20 SATURDAY, May 23 nue.MORE Program Panel 8 I
of the club house
Miscellaneous shower hon Post-nuptial coffee honor- For the occasion will be done p.m., Commissioner Room, 7:30 p.m., Rachel Circle, /aM
oring Miss Betsy Richardson, ing Mrs. Charles Mayo, the Fourth Floor, Courthouse.P. Mrs. Henry Schroder 3706 I ll
Mrs. Woodrow Shaw's
fiancee of Kenneth Jay AI.I I former Miss Carol McDowall, by com- K. Yonge PTA Executive NW 7th Place. I cbut
mittee of Mrs. D. S. Fagan r
ligood, 8 p.m., Mrs. Nat Rob- and Mrs. Daniel B. Schuh of Board Meeting, 7 p.m., Faculty -
Mrs. Theo Mehaffey, Mrs. Tom-
ertson, 1201 NW 34th Terrace. St. Petersburg, the former Lounge, PTA General Meet.
Ridgell, Mrs. Lamar Roberts
my
Miss Barbara Tilghman, 10 8 auditorium. easy -
ing,
p.m.,
FRIDAY, May 22 and Mrs. Monnie Williams. ADVICE ON
ro a.m. to noon, Mrs. HerbertA. 8
Merrysteppers, p. m., City
Members must make
Linen shower complimenting Meyer and her daughter. reservations Recreation Center.Gainesville EASY-
Miss Gayle Cross, bride- Miss Carol Meyer, 1929 NW for the May breakfast with Rose Society, 8 BEVERAGE STAINSLet's
elect of Casper RappeneckerJr. Seventh Lane.Luncheon Mrs. Arthur Lee Campbell by Room
p. m., Community ,
1 ., 8 pjn., Miss Dianne honoring Miss Tuesday at 9 p.m. Guaranty Federal Savings and EASY talk about beer alco-

Cook, Miss Carolyn Moon- Gayle Cross, fiancee of Cas- Loan Association. holic drinks, soft drinks, tea,
"' ey and Miss Anne Wigley, per Rappenecker Jr., 1 p.m., Mrs. McCrawTo Recital by students of'Mrs. coffee cocoa and other bev-
!.f I 1 Mrs. Eugene Bandy Cawood home of Miss Cook, 923 NW Mrs. Z. M. Pirenian and her John Carey McCraw, 7:30 erages.

rr-' I I i 36th Terrace. daughter Mrs. Robert Decker Present p.m., Bethany Room of the Alcohol tends to liberate

'. PITTSBURGH, Pa. M i ss and carried bouquets of pink Holiday Inn. First Methodist Church. drink dyes. Sugars caramelize in solution, espeical-in a

II Marilyn l Jane McGarr it y, and white daisies and ivy. Wedding of Miss Juliet Piano StudentsMrs. Delta Delta Delta Alumnae ly if a may hot iron is applied to a
Club Plans
of Gainesville, daughter of Mr. Carl Cawood of Miami, brother Wood, daughter of Mr. and Club, 8 p.m., Mrs. E. A. Mof- stain that may seem invisible.
I and Mrs. George A. McGarrity of the bridegroom, served as Mrs. Wilbur Leon Wood of John McCraw fett. 906 NW 48th Terrace. And tea and soffee contain
Carey will
tannin-like substances which in
; of Pittsburgh, Pa., and Eu- best man. Ushers were Rich- Picnic TuesdayThe Alachua, and James Harvey present her piano students in a Alachua General Hospital the presence of heat or due to
gene Bundy Cawood, son of Mr. ard McGarrity, brother of t h e'' Thaxton Jr., son of Mr. and spring recital Tuesday at 7:30 Board of Trustees, 4 p.m., ageing can turn into permanent

and Mrs. Eugene C. Cawood of bride, Louis Green Jr., Harlan, Golden Age Club, spon- Mrs. James Harvey ThaxtonSr. p.m. in the Bethany Room of Conference Room.WEDNESDAY discolorations.The .

Harlan, Ky., were married Sat- Ky., and Robert Ginaven, North sored by the Gainesville Rec- of Americus, Ga., 5 p.m., the First Methodist Church. 20 same goes for most
urday afternoon at \he First Quincy, Mass. reation Department, is planninga Holy Trinity i Episcopal Students appearing on the May $ other beverages.
Baptist Church of Pittsburgh. The bride's mother wore a picnic at Magnesia Springs Church. will be Gainesville Woman's Club
I program : What's answer? Cleanit
.: parfait pink Italian silk sheath Tuesday.The SUNDAY, May 24 Jeffry Noyes, Chris Boyd, May Breakfast, 12:30 p.m., 1 1 soon, of your course. And if that's
Dr. Gerald Watkins performed dress, and the bridegro o m '5 motorcade to the Springs Tea honoring Miss Gayle Kathy Durrell, Colney Welsch, Clubhouse, West University Two broad bonds and not possible, the simplest thingto
. the cremony. mother wore a powder blue silk from the Recreation Center Cross, bride-elect of Caspar Avenue. do is to dab the stain witha
Harrell Paula two i buckles
Kay Tarrant, giant
sheath dress.A will leave promptly at 10 a.m. Rappenecker Jr., 4 to 6 p.m., Gainesville Bridge Club, damp napkin or towel. Clear
her
Given in marriage by crepe
\ Lars Andersen, Miles Sharpe, fasten easy, easy com- cool water only, please. No
I father, the bride wore a floor- reception followed the cere- Anyone needing transportation Mrs. Herbert A. Meyer and Martha Sue Hall, Cheryl Stah- 7:30 p.m., Holiday Inn. fort to all the playtime rubbing. Then leave it alone
length gown of ivory peau de mony at the College Club of may contact Mrs. Alpha her daughter, Miss C a rol I'mann, Nancy Stahmann Helen Chapter I, PEO, 10 a.m., walking and runningyou'll till you can let us have It. And
Kaplan, Mrs. C. Cunninghamor Meyer, 1929 NW Seventh Mrs. Franklin S. Perry, Mrs. never, never iron any garment
soie and Alencon lace, fash- Pittsburgh. do. White
Pierce, Mike Prystowsky, Ray upper containing of these stains
SW any
Carl H. Johnson 949 13th
ioned with a chapel train. Her After a wedding trip to Bermuda Mr. and Mrs. James Brown. Lane. Ellen Prystwsky and Debbie Street. leather, punch-dotted, lest you fix them permanently.

veil of imported silk illusion the newlyweds will make Durrell. with bouncy crepe
It these
Club to know simple
University City Bridge pays
was held in place by a match- their home in Sarasota. Friends of the students are in- 7:30 Weed Hall, 107 NW sole. little rules because a minor
ing peau de soie rose. She car- The bride was graduatedfrom Bridge Club Notes vited to attend the recital. 15th p.m.Terrace. USE CENTRAL CHARGE precaution often makes a major
ried a bouquet of white orchids, Ohio Wesleyan University, saving. That's why we want
Alachua Classroom Teachers know it in the first
to
stephanotis, lily of the valley Delaware, Ohio where she was I you
Association Board Meet place.
and ivy. president of Delta Gamma a nd By RALPH H. BLODGETTThe three pairs tied for fourth Garden Club ing, 3:45 p.m.,,J. J. Finley. BOB'SSHOE
Phi Omicron Whatever deaning-
Upsilon honorary. your
Finik of Friffith with 100. They were Mr. and THURSDAY, May 21
Miss Colleen Mr. Cawood was graduatedfrom University City Bridge Names OfficersThe
I Mrs. L. H. Robbins, Mrs. R.
Gainesville
of
Ind., was maid of honor. Bridesmaids Ohio Wesleyan University, Club met at the University League Women CALL OR BRING IT TO
'I I were Miss Judy Krah e, where he was a member of Phi Faculty Club Monday eveningfor W. Bryan and R. H. Harms, Men's Garden Club of Voters, Noon Holiday Inn. STORE
He- and Mrs. E. N. Edris and Chapter CQ, PEO, 5:45 S & S CLEANERSDelivery
Pittsburgh, Pa., Miss Mary Kappa Psi. He graduated from a fractional master p o fat Gainesville recently elected a p.m.
I len Houck, Abington, Pa., and the University of Florida Law game. Harry C. Boardmanand Mr. Herbert Stern. new slate of officers for the196.t65 Miss Elizabeth Eaton, 1020 SW 21 W. University Ave. or Cosh and Corry

Miss Alice Jansen of Akron, School, where he was a mem- the writer won first placein Mrs. L. A. Garrard and season. 3rd Avenue, covered-dish supper OPEN FRI. EVE. 'TIL 9 503 SW 3rd St. Ph. 372-4184

I Ohio. ber of Phi Alpha Delta legal the North South direction, Mrs. K. H. Kent left the rest Those elected were Ralph '=,

The attendants wore gowns fraternity, and the John Mar- followed by Mrs. D. R. Frazier of the East-West contingentfar D. Leighty, president; Dr. William -

of imported pink linen fashioned shall Bar Association. and Mrs. John C. Soder- behind with a 71 per cent H. Pierson vicepresi
I I.I, strum in second place, and game, scoring 123 match dent; Cecil Mathews, treas- DERDA MUSIC CO.

Miss Carol Ruppert and Mrs. points. Mrs. E. C. Kirklandand urer; D. D. McGuire, secretary -
t -- 1I.lIm. UDm.'n.-............-::'I1JIf-!-]I--mll.IIJIIII.II1IDD'.J.----.-.............--- Jean Yerry in third. Dr. A. S. Rao were second and Louie Coker and J. offers.

,I II Mrs. Genevieve Stern a nd with 102, Miss Bernice W. Donahue, members of the .

Mrs. R. W. Jones finished Brenke and R. I. Johnson board of directors.

I ahead of all the East-West third with 90%, and Mr. and TRIAL PURCHASE PLAN for

1/ /? I1lj pairs. Second went to Mr. Mrs. R. N. Livingston fourth "Dena's for Beauty"

/ 9tlI and Mrs. Dan Roberts, and with 90.The .
{9-/lIJw IS NOW IN THEIR MUSICAL.INSTR'UMENTS
l>1ll. third to Mrs. M. Herget a nd club will hold its next NEW LOCATION .. ,
Cliff Landers. -
bJ tournament at 7:30 this evening 2902 N.W. 13th STREETPH.
BY Wednesday evening at Weed at the Recreation Cen FR 2-4097 Clarinets Flutes
''i! \ Hall, Mrs. Virginia Winds o r ter. Visitors are welcome. .

i j jk OSEPHINE and Mrs. Ruth Thurman out- I Saxophones .. .- Trombones ..
ran the other East West

'Ii i LOWMAN pairs by a wide margin. Mr. s. TUES.WED.THUR.MAY : Trumpets ._ French Horns. r
't. and Mrs. S. L. Williamstook
Cornets Drums :
.. .
\ second place and Mr.
........"..........' 1IIIIIIrnIIIIIIIUIRmIIIIIIUIIlW".... u 1LE PEO PtEs .......
j'I J 'nltllllllllllllt and Mrs. J. M. Trimmer came Faros 19-20-21 '
rN ;
in third. t
'II JOIN YOUR
Some Harry C. Boardman and
t -' ,..
the writer amassed a 75 percent c .\ .
game to win first p 1 ace SCHOOL BANDSUMMER
) $
.j Characteristics in the North South direction. '
James R. Anderson and Mau- PROGRAM -

rice Yeates tied for second _?!,; :>

.r It's a fine but sometimes shoulders? Are your shoulders( and third places with Mrs. ,-

discouraging, idea to look at round or straight? Do you Joe Moss and R. W. Jones. c r3 Y> : :'
I 11 ourselves objectively once in hold your chin. parallel to the The club meets this eveningat : i '6 ATTEND S4.

a while. However, in order to floor instead of ducking your the University Faculty Clubon ,

remain our most attractive chin into your neck? Newberry Road at 7:30 and Parents and Students Meeting : :

selves, periodic inspection is Wednesday at 7:30 at Weed
a necessity. 4. What about your figure? Hall, 107 NW 15th Terrace. tw ::4T1at TUESDAY, MAY 19TH 7:30 P.M. :! j
5. What about the
,I way you Wednesday, will be master
Without realizing it, we may stand? point night for May. All in- i' At Gainesville High School Auditorium _, ,

have become We careless about have 6. What about your hands? terested bridge players are in- ,;:: Parent Appointments to Sign Up Beginners
our posture. may vited to attend and competein
I formed the habit of allowing Are they well manicured and these Will Be Made At This Meeting.l '
soft because of the games. .
regularuse
, I our abdomen to protrude or 3w. +...rawa3 tar..3 o ipP Cf j
of a good hand lotion or JOHN E. CRAPS
our chin to jut out forward By DIRECTORS
have cream? Mrs. W. H. Edwards, Jr. /. .
The pounds may
i and 7. Are and J. H. Vidal won top hon-
sneaked up on us we may your shoes in good
t have gained more weight than condition? In other words, ors in the North-South field at --t

p f we had thought. Because of does your good grooming ex- the Wednesday evening tour- TOP CENTER BOTTOM CENTER

I being rushed day after day we tend all the way to your toes? nament of the Gainesville B. M. Donaldson % Yxq Mrs. Jane Hall

t may not have given thought I Ii Bridge Club with 117 match Gainesville High t Howard Bishop
i to our hairdo. Suddenly it may 8. What about your facial points. There were ten and School Jr. High

I seem out of date or unflatter- expression? Does it look one half tables in play and
: happy or glum! Do the corn North-South
the average score
ing. GET A HUGE 1':
/
I ers of your mouth life or do was 97%, East-West 87. y
stand in frontof
It is best to
they droop? Mrs. H. L. Gray and Mrs.L. .
a full length mirror if you, I 11x14 WALL $100
have one, or in front of the So many small character- E. Grinter were second

largest mirror you have and istics go to make up the en- place finishers with 115%, PORTRAITOF .
take inventory. semble of good. looks as well Mrs. "J. A. Jones Jr. and F41NN/14yliN H'l' l1v
as charm! the writer had 113%, and
1. Start at the top of your TOUK CHILD
head. What about your hair
style? What about the care Support and Re-Elect Hours: 10 a.m.p.m..; 2 p.m.-5 p.m.; 6 p.m.-9 p.m. Y Y

you give your hair? Is it CLAUDE BRANDONCOUNTY 9
NO APPOINTMENT NEEDED SELECTION OF SEVERAL POSES
shampooed regularly? Do you FULL POSE PORTRAIT IAlIES AND CHILDREN OF All ACES I
Joe Johnson Richard
brush it regularly or massage I PORTRAIT DELIVERED AT STOKE A FEW DAYS AFTER TAKEN8e& FryeBuchholz
scalp each night? COMMISSIONER Westwood
your I Jr.: High '; x Jr. High
2. What about your com- F 2tl

plexion? Is it given the care "For Conitnued Progress"Vote .
it particularly requires? If it
is oily do you wash it several

times daily? If it is dry do for the man with a PROV- MORE'tfj DERDA MUSIC CO.

J you cleanse it thoroughly and EN record of progress in meeting THE STORE WITH

let lubricating cream soak in? the needs of the County. GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER 622 N. MAIN ST. PHONE 3726715I
3. What about your neck and : (Pd. M.)


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is Gainesville Sun Monday, May 18. 1964

r officer and a Beta Club mem-

TodayIn ber. She recently was a delegate
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Buchholz x'v to the Beta Convention in
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Panther'sTale Jacksonville. Lynn is a cheer-
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Dateline BuzzesBy History leader and was co-captain last


' GHS 1LJ By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS .wt A year.Seniors seem to have a monopoly

I ; on the "A" honor roll.

a I Today is Monday, May 18, the Seniors on the honor list are:

I 18, the 139th day of 1964. There By Gwen Green, Elaine Holder,

: By MARY ANN RIDGELL are 227 days left in the year. Herbert Marlowe, and Doris
HERBERT MARLOWE and
and BARTON DOUGLAS
= MARY WATSON @ F
Today's highlight in history: DORIS PERDUE Perdue. The rest of the list included
;
I Spotlight of the week was on ning the Hurricane Herald The 1963-64 Freshman Hop] Pierson, Linda Reynolds, Cissy On this date in 1933, Presi- Andy Kesler and Joyce
the Junior-Senior Roundtree and Debbie Taylor. dent Franklin D. Roosevelt As school Is drawing to an theirs at the Band Boosters Parker, juniors and Bob Bass,
Prom ,
Friday grass plot award for the second was held Saturday the 16th in '
signed the Tennessee Valley Au- end the activities are become supper. freshman.
,
evening, the happy result of time this school year. The
the Buchholz auditorium. The the
almost three months of hard first time they, won it was in Music was furnished by thority Act to develop the resources -ing more prevalent. Last. The annual JuniorSeniorProm
Freshman Hop went Hawaiian. Roadrunners. Refresh m e n t s of the Tennessee River
will be Friday night at 8 HOT and DRY
work the
on part of so many November. The girls deserved Wednesday, Major Traup a n e
Junior-classmen honor Nominations for Mr. and Miss were also served, by eighth I for the benefit of an area of o'clock in the Municipal Build-
__ to the their award this time for have
grade attendants. They_ were about from the Air Force ROTC detachment for-
miles. look
40,000 Floridians
I graduating Seniors. The decorating ing cemented in the corners of Freshman and their court were I square of ing. Since we are seniors all can
Ronnie Ward at the University
-= theme was kept tight. A-B walkways and then adding as follows: For Mr. Freshman; Arthur Multop, On this date we know is the time and the ward to a typical sum-
Billy Latsko Larry Compton, Florida presented an assembly this with hot
.
I Acre Bohannon place. We do know we are look: mer year
ly secret, but the Decorating boxwood hedges to their AB Wayne Herby Rocky Chitty, Della Wilson, In 1804, Napoleon Bonapartewas program. He showed a film on weather and limited rain
Committee outdid itself in John Davidson, Tommy Davis ing forward to a real good
helpIng building plot. proclaimed of
Donna Whitney, Mary Palmour, emperor infiltration. Our thanks to fall. To insure that your
make the Prom the s u cress Bice Hope, Marion Kirkland, France. prom. I
t' Alston Kelly Parker Kay Nocks, Jacque Taylor, the Eighth Grade for arrangingfor lawn and shrubs receive
Tommy
that it was. Junior Class La Rue Lackey, Tommy Sox- Student of the Week: Our
Mike Runnels and Earl Roberta Wakuya, and Billie In 1917 President Woodrow the program. adequate water why not
,
,
President Dan Tucker gets the man, Allan Spear, and David student of the week this weekis
rousing thanks for directing his Standridge, the Future Farmers Wilson. Kidwell. I Wilson signed the Selective I We congratulate Pace Getzenon Lynn Chastain. Lynn is the call

,fine committees in their good of America Quartet, won The new cheerleaders for Service Act. winning the District tractor daughter of Mr. and Mrs. V. M. BEVILLE'S

works. first place in the Quartet Sing. Candidates for Miss Fresh- Buchholz for 1964-1965 are Del- In 1940, German forces entered driving contest at Jacksonville.Pace Chastain Jr. She is a sophomore NURSERY
ing Division of the FFA Dis- man were Cathy Alvarez, Pam
11 la Wilson, Jacque Taylor, Judy the Belgian city of An- will represent the New- at NHS. Lynn is an FHA
Behhs Beverlie I
the trict Bass
Despite last-of-the-year 3 competition. This fine Gayle ,
; I state fora
Coursey, Mary Ann Pringle, B. twerp.In berry FFA chapter in and Garden Center
diversions in school activities, group will now go on to the Hartwell, Wanda Hines, Lou- J. Martin Susan Hennesey, Ka- competition at Daytona Beachon Learn more about your hearing FREE estimate without
1 -:34 superior G.H.s. students State finals with the best wishes ise Hodges, Barbara Kidwell, 1941, Italian forces in during BETTER HEARING the best i
thy McGee Nancy McLeod, and June 9.Awards obligation on
t were able to achieve straightA(4.0) of all of us behind them! Joan Philman, Carrie Sue Mary Palmour.The Ethiopia surrendered.In MONTH.HEARING Get CHECK-UP a underground sprin k I e r

I ,. ( ) averages in the fifth 1951, the United Nations Night will be held GAINESVILLE at system. '

grading period. Seniors in the Buchholz Junior High moved into its new home in Thursday, May 21. Medals will HEARING AID CO.
Sandra Allen WestwoodBy Fri- be out for the best scholars -I Call FR 6-4030
group were WhispersHonor School Band gave a concert New York City. given 622 N. MAIN FR 7-6715

:Kathy Grand, Beni Hargrove, .day morning during assembly Ten years ago Greece in- in English, science, math l

'Sally Block, Gayle Cross, Kristen LYLA BROGDONand roll and A-B Honor roll with the chorus. The band will formed the United Nations that and other areas. Letters will' be

Jordan, Diane McDonough, PAM WHITLOWThe students will be given a certifi- also give a concert next week, the danger of guerrilla attackson awarded for football, girls and

Janet Moore and Bruce Stech. cate, Typing award for the best May 21st for the parents and its borders from Albania and boys basketball, track and

)riille Student Council primarieswere typist. public. We appreciate the hard Bulgaria had ended. cheerleading. Our all conference

held on Monday. There work that Mr. Frye, the band, players will receive their WANTED!
Juniors were Margaret Hampton The examination schedule for Five years ago Secretaryof
will be final election Friday -
a on and the chorus have put forth silver footballs and basketballs.
Bob Mizell, Tom Alison, the second semester is packed State Christian A. Herter and
the 15th. The is
following Certificates from the Gaines-
for these concerts.Romney
: Derrick Beth Dovell Soviet Minister AndreiA.
Mary Foreign
full. On 29 all of
Friday, May
the result of the primary elec- ville Sun will also be presented. (AND NEEDED MAY 26th)
Gabbert each
Judy Beverly George, tion the English exams will be given.On Gromyko rejected
Sally Goodwin, Danny Howse, : Monday, June 1, Home EC. Bids other's proposals, deadlockingthe Perfect attendance certificateswill .
President- Bill Harlan and be given out and the citizenship -
Four Geneva Confer- ,
Ann Steve Big
Mary Murphy, My- and all Math classes will have
Barbara Bowman VicePresident -, Seniors in 4
award given.
king, Chris Poole, Karen Rosen- their exams. On Tuesday, June ence on Germany.One : i.' x l
Term .
For 2nd
Beth their
Hal Walker and the band will receive
berger and Dan Tucker. 2, all science exams will be given. I year ago President
I Graves Secretary-Cindy Clar- awards at Awards Night. Other
And from the Sophomoreclass On Wednesday all history, John F. Kennedy spoke out
,
Ninth LANSING Mich. AP-Gov. will receive
dy and Mary Jane Bethel, ( band members
1 on the A Honor Roll were Spanish, Latin, Language (for strongly on civil rights in an
grade representatives- e t h George W. Romney, a Republican -
Cathy Ayers, Nancy Baxter,I the 7th graders) and typing address at Nashville, Tenn. Paid Advertising
Ayers, Betsy Black, Teddy who ended 14 years of Dem-
Judy Block, Linda Bryant, Lin:: George, Jane Hartman, Laura exams will be given. ocratic domination of Michi i
da Davis, Janis Dilgren, Ester; We the 40 students Tremors and earthquakes occur Democrat iI.
J : Hodges, Patsy Jordan, Steve congratulate -gan's statehouse in 1962, has Registered
I. "Flannery, Lucy Goddard, Dede at faults or deep fracturesin
of Home Economics Classes -
Lee, Charles Musgrave, Terry announced his candidacy for
the earth's crust where JAMES J. ALIAS'JIMMY'JAM
i Haemmerlie, Peggy Thompson for the one I.
t I Rigsby, Pam Whitlow. completing require- re-election to a second two- 0newnu.mw
i and Judy Ward. I ments for the Future Homemakers term.Romney. mass slips against another, ,
Eighth grade representativesJan year
( of America Junior De causing it to vibrate.
An Annual Folk Festival was Jim Barkel
Barger, e y,
There will be awards who resigned as )
held recently at Stephen Fos- Ann Bowman, Whit Courtney, gree. an
'ter Memorial in White Springs, Paige Elmore, Robena Eng, Evening at 8:00: at G.H.S. on chairman-president of American

'with groups from all over Florida Vince Gallagher, Sally McVay, May 12. Nancy Mitchell, the dis- Motors Corp., to run for governor Why Are Women More OUTSTANDING CANDIDATE FOR
has been mentioned
participating in a numberof trict reporter gave a response as a
Kent Ostrander Patty Potter
different group activities.I to the welcome. Susan McKinney -possible Republican nominee for DEMOCRATICCOWMI.TTE.EMAN
Francis Powell. Constipated Than Men? .
Mrs. Helen Philpott, G.H.S. art was in charge of the recep- president, and while not an ac-
The 9th have been
instructor, accompanied Henry, graders tion after the program. We are tive candidate, has said he NATIONAL
Churchill, Linda Teuton, Dennis I making up their "last will and very proud of these girls. would accept If drafted. Their systems are more delicate. leave it clean enough for special
; testaments" to in the Many are too and without
appear ---- "busy" pre x-ray an enema, with
'" Seay and LouAnn Buchanan -last issue of the Westwood Whisper occupied to attend to proper virtually no cramps,diarrhea or .
from school who gave a demonstration which will be bowel hygiene. And their stomach upset.

of basketweaving. I out in newspaper a couple,of weeks. monthly which cycles affect often regularity.For cause imbalances -. dependable 3. DULCOLAX it*is Is recommendedfor so easy and HAS SERVED TIME!!

\ Although we are completely There is going to be an these women, there is new mothers, young chil- Over 12 years hard labor on
non political, we think we awards assembly on May 27th. (Safcsuflfe now relief which is effective and dren, elderly people. Democratic CommitteesNow servingas

.ought to recognize that a"Hur- The following five awards will gentle in its action. It's called Never before has there been a Democratic State CommitteemanREWARD

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Pope Establishes Soviet HighCommand Ormandy to Lead 108-Large : Military ,Aid .- 1

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Secretariate ForNonChristians Philadelphia Orchestra HereThe BUENOS AIRES, Argentina

Due ShuffleMOSCOW (AP-Reports circulated today:

, that the United States will'pump

(AP-A new shiftin 103-member Philadelphia Acclaimed as one of the I chestra since 1936. He has been 15 million military aid into Argentina

the Soviet Union's top com Orchestra comes to the Univer-I world's greatest orchestras, the described by critics as "un- against the prospect that

mand likely will result from the sity of Florida campus Wednes Philadelphia Orchestra will present -matched by any other" in the' neighboring Chile will elect a
death of Otto Kuusinen, Finnish day for an 8:15, p.m. concert in Scarlatti-Tommasini's ballet -orchestra world. The harddriving -
2te Lurk Wfmt others would be dealt with Communist-backed governmentin
member of the Communist party's orchestra builder is now
the Florida Gymnasium.The i suite from "The Good Hum- -
ROME Pope Paul VI announced .. through the new secretariat Until 12-manp residium and one orchestra, conducted by: ored Ladies;" the tone poem leading the Philadelphia group : ft11 September.An .
Sunday, the secretariat
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Sunday the formationof Christian unity, had exercised or of the last old Bolsheviks. Maestro Eugene Ormandy for I from R. Strauss' "Don Juan;" through its 64th season. informed U.S. source said

a special Vatican "secretariat jurisdiction the section Kuusinen, 82, was appointedto the past 28 years, appears as a'' the suite from Stravinsky's "Pe- The Philadelphia Orchestrawas the United States is making Ar-
for the non Christians" designed -dealing with Judaism.over the presidium at Premier special Lyceum Council presen-' trouchka" and Beetho ve n's the first to make record- gentina the chief beneficiary of

to give new impetus to Some ,doubts Khrushchev's bidding after the tation. "Seventh Symphony in A major ings under its own name (1917)); military aid in Latin America as
the Roman Catholic Church's were expressed ouster of Georgi Malenkov ." the "best bet for strengtheningthe
in informed circles here The concert is open to the it was the first major orchestrato
to
aspiration to universality.The whether world Judaism would as y. M. Molotov and Lazar Kag- public. Admission is $2 and all million broadcast over a radio net- hemispheric defense system
to anovich in 1957. His .death from reserved. Tickets In more than two work for commercial -- against the threat of commu
new body, according welcome a change that seemedto seats are may miles of touring, the concert mu- a sponsor ORMANDY
Vatican sources, will have the minimize the Judeo-Christian cancer of the liver was announced I be purchased at the Information -sicians have to their credit six (Philco, 1929)); it was the first I nism. -

task'of maintaining relations connection through the Old Tes- Sunday.He I Booth across from the Hub transcontinental tours and three symphonic organization to be j

with all of the world's religionsnot tament and place Judaism on a was one of the last direct daily from 1 to 4:30 p.m. Tick- musical ambassador tours of televised nationally (CBS-TV, I
based on the divinity of Jesus -par with all other world religions -links of the party leadershipwith ets may be picked up also from Europe. 1948)) and the first to be featured 5 YEAR REPLACEMENTWITH
I
Christ..It will parallel the in Catholic eyes. Lenin. Canova Drugs, and G r i dley I in films (The Big Broadcast GUARANTEE A BRAND NEWCONDITIONER.

secretariat for Christian unity The Pope noted that commo n There was speculation that Music Co.ofstate Ormandy has directed the or- of 1937)). .

which seeks points of contact usage had tended to deprive the Khrushchev, visiting in Egypt, I I
; among Catholic and other Chris word "catholic" of some of its and First Deputy Premier An-

tians. original force and meaning of astas I. Mikoyan, visiting in What Is
Speaking to some 6,000 seminarians universality. The hearts of men Tokyo, would speed home to Bobby People In

in a pontifical mass of were small, he said, imbued take part in the appointment of
Pentecost in St. Peter's Basilica with selfishness of caste of family Kuusinen's successor.

the Pope said his hope in establishing of nation. Frequently mentioned is Vik- After in Senate? I The NewsNEW
the new secretaria t "But if the name Catholic pen- tor; Grishin, a candidate member -

was that: etrates there," he said, "in- _of the_presidium and headof DELHI (AP-The Dalai

"No pilgrim, no matter how deed, selfishness is overcome, the trade unions.Kuusinen's Nfm fturk OJimru that there are no clear answersto Lama, exiled ruler of Tibet, arrived -
death also could
all class consciousness is elevated
I far, religiously and geographi- By WARREN WEAVER JR. all the questions it raised. in New Delhi today on aweek's
to full social provide Khrushchev with the
be the from solidarity, all
cally, may country WASHINGTON Does he But the evidence seems to indi- visit amid speculationthat
which he comes, will be any nationalism is joined firmly to opportunity of replacing two ail cate that both these of he may go to Buddhist
the of the world ing members of the presidiumFrol really mean it? groups
good community
longer a stranger in this R ome, doubters are incorrect.It countries soon to seek supportfor I
raisedin
all racism is condemned Kozlov, 54, incapacitatedby This was the question
faithful still today to the historic as is true that the attorneygeneral's his Communist-ruled people.
which the Cathol i c all totalitarianism is revealed in a stroke, and Nikolai Shver- Capital political circles by I
program associates he will The Buddha Incarnate his
nik 76. reports that Attorney General say as
faith retains for itself of 'patriacommunis' its inhumanity. Khrushchev, 70, returned to Robert F. Kennedy was seriously not decide on a political course followers believe him to be, will!i Model MME057Z

(joint fatherland). Cairo Sunday, tired and strained considering running for the for two or three months, i.e., call on Indian President Sarve-I 5000 BTU's of cooling comfort
A Vatican said
spokesman PoliticiansCall Senate from New York State until after the Democratic pall Radhakrishnan today and I
Installs
that the Pope's announcement after a hectic four-day tour in Weighs only 59 pounds. quickly
National Convention.It Prime Minister Nehru
Friday.
meant that henceforward all the 100-degree heat of upper this year. with ZIP Kit.
non Christian religions Ju- Egypt, 430 miles south of Cairo. The doubtersfell is probably equally true that Copenhagen, DenmarkAP Operates on 115 volts, 7.5 amps. It
diasm, Islam, Buddhism a nd Turn On I The tumultuous reception he general 1 y Kennedy would accept the vice ( ) William McCormick plugs in like a lamp.
nomination if it'
into two groups.Analysis: presidential Blair Jr., former law partnerof
received at every stop in Egypt Powerful 2-Speed Fan gives choice of
undoubtedly added to the premier's One thought What The were offered him, in preferenceto Adlai E. Stevenson, has returned comfort selections.
Physicists Kennedy might NewsMeans a New York Senate race. to Washington, ending
fatigue. He canceled a
Plus No-Rust Aluminum Wrapper,
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i3ttrtt&jj'Iudalt have raised the anyone three as U.S. ambassadorto
visit to a steel mill today and years Zinc-Coated Chassis Permanent-
3fr m flnrk Ottawa an officers' dinner tonight but Senate questionto cratic Party would. Denmark. Washable Filter. ,

By JOHN W. FINNEY planned to go ahead with sched- enhance his But there is a growing con- Blair flew from Copenhagento
viction in the that
uled talks with President Gam- possibilities of capital a Chicago with his wife and in-
WASHINGTON After a dec al Abdel Nasser. receiving the Democratic vice Johnson-Kennedy ticket is not! fant son, William III. Blair is
ade of rapid financial wth : in the cards and that the attorney
g r o nomination.The -
Kuusinen's body lay in state presidential to go on to Washington for several
the scientific search into the rationale in this camp general has accepted this I 3995WESTINGHOUSE
in the Hall of Columns of the weeks of conferences be
heart of the atomic nucleus is situation believes;
perhaps even
President Johnson ,
House of Trade Unions, the was that fore taking up his duties as
being brought to a stock-takin it is for the best for his
g same place where Stalin lay.I could be induced to select the personal ambassador to the Philippines.ELISABETHVILLE .
pause by the political patrons on general as career. I
He was to be buried Tuesday in 38-year-old attorney the Congo
+w -,
Capitol Hill. As for the that the
theory
if he there
his running-mate saw
I
Red Square. ; (AP)-Quote of the day: A
Senate would be resting
The politicians, as represented Kuusinen was born in Finland was a real possibility Kennedywas only a prominent civil servant after' IT'S FROST-FREE
on the Joint Congression a 1 when it was part of the Russian seriously eyeing a difficult place for Kennedy, the political -East Katanga Province's elec-
timetable to
Committee on Atomic Energy, empire. He headed a puppet Soviet political carrer. seems weigh tion was postponed 10 days be-
his to another -
t are worried about the mountingcosts government during the Rus- The second group of doubters against proceeding cause only 45 cent of the
arc a si office with unseemly per .. ,
of the research being conducted sian invasion of Finland in 1939- took an even more cynical viewof any electorate had bothered to reg- :

Jill by high-energy physi- 40 and was denounced by the the attorney general's ambi- haste. ister: "Why should we? The ., -
President Johnson
.
Gin cists with their increasingly expensive -Finns as at raitor. tions. They questioned whether presuma- new councillors may be even -
Kuusinen had first fled to Kennedy really wanted to be a bly has his sights formly set on "
ever more powerful worse than the previous ones.
11 two full terms of hos in
: New York senator as such and' own
----- atom smashers. Congressm Moscow in 1930 when the Com I
the White House. This would not
are demanding a clearer expla- munist party was outlawed in was not really interested in raI
U 1 !: .T nation of where the scientistsare Finland. He became a leading using the office! as a steppingstone open up the Democratic can- Tarzan' Killed
to higher political favor. II didacy until 1972 at the earliest,
going and at what cost Soviet Communist the next
year. His daughter, Hertta News of Kennedy's interest in assuming his successful elec- BOGOTA, Colombia (AP) A
GIN The politicians are not a I one Kusinen-Leino, is one of Fin- opposing Sen. Kenneth B. Keat- tion this fall grave the Colombian army had _
in their concern. Within the scientific land's leading Communists.Teachers ing is so fresh in Washington The question "does he really kept open for the country's most II I w
community a division is mean it?'' is asked by Keatingand wanted bandit chieftainr the desperado -II I

developing about the budgetary the New York Republican nicknamed Tarzan, has II I

priority that should be given to Walkout organization with a discernible been filled. I
389f Stage
high energy physics at the possible quaver in the voice. There is Government troops killed Tar-
expense of other fields of little doubt the Republicansfeel zan, whose real name was Luis

f 5thI ''I scientific research. Today for School Funds Kennedy is the most impressive -Noe battle Lombana Ororio, in a gun HAS 7-DAY MEAT KEEPER
I Saturday.
Congressional concern was reElected Senate candidate yet

To Go! in a recent action by the teacher take a job In discussed by Democratic lead-
Ice Cold Ready SALT LAKE CITY (AP) Gainesville Sun 16 CU. FT. CAPACITY
Atomic Committee in
Eenergy Utah teachers begin a two-day Utah. ers.Keating
BUSCH cutting the Atomic Energy walkout today to press their demands State teachers expected to already has troublesof Published evenings except
BAVARIAN Commission's requested $94.5 for more money for edu- learn of the NEA's plans after his own to deal with. Should Saturday and Sunday mom- COLD INJECTOR SYSTEM
million operating funds for meetings Tuesday in Salt Senator Barry Goldwater win inns by the Gainesville Pub-
cation of the state's 270,000 pu- mass
high energy physics in the Lake City. The teachers will decide -. the Republican presidential 2nd lishing Place.Company Gainesville at 101 Florida SE 178 LB. FREEZER

t BEER coming fiscal year by $1.8 mil- pils.Gov.. George D. Clyde's refusal then what further action to nomination, as seems increas- and ;entered as second class
take if ingly likely, the New Yorker matter at the Post Office at
lion.The last week to call a special any.Proposals
cut carried a symbol legislative session to considermore include an indefi- would expect a much harder Gainesville Florida.CIRCULATION .

importance far exceeding the school money triggeredthe nite extension of the present time attracting the independent, RATES BY
I 99c actual budgetary impact In ef- Utah Education Associa- walkout and a refusal to sign liberal vote on which his reelection CARRIER OR MAIL 1 000"TRADEIN

fect, the politicians were tellingthe tion's call Saturday for a walk- contracts for next year until demands must depend. 1 Week .45 ( i ed)

scientists that the day out today and Tuesday of its are met. India Plan 3 Mos. $5.85 ,
12 ox. when they could win ready congressional 10,000 members. The teachers' so far have refused Lays All mail subsetiptions must

' I 6-PAK a p p royal for building Most school boards ordered to sign contracts, althoughthe BOMBAY, India AP) For- be paid in advance.

even bigger accelerators schools open in the face of the normal signing time has eign capitalists will be asked on Member of Audit Bureau of
t had come to an end. threatened action. But the open- gone by. They almost refusedto a "selective and discriminating"basis Circulation.All Chace & Kitchens

The basic objection made by ings were considered only a for- teach last year when their to help India move down material' contained herein Is '
the committee was not about the mality. request for an added $25 million the road to socialism.The the property of the Gainesville
iIs11r Publishing Company, (e) 1964. Reproduction
value of high-energy physics but Two boards obtained court for schools was cut in half. ruling Congress party's In whole or In part's- Quality Products Quality Service
that such increases were bei n g orders forbidding the walkoutsin The teachers returned to, policy-making AU India Committee oermisston strictly forbidden of the without publisher.the written

made annually without any "ap their areas. classrooms in the fall when at a party conference Sun- .

proved, definite national pro The state attorney general's Clyde appointed a study com- day, endorsed increased state I .. ,,, .. rt .,.. -w:.'"4'.>.., ,,, _;,'. T.-- ..- ,,.-. -.. .', ."...t r,, .---<,.o'N'_' .. .t.. .. ,-- ,!
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said that most CITY Okla. AP
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as he unfurled his proposal teachers would honor the walk- Several minutes after a boat L'AQUILA, Italy AP) G
ittAIGHtOUBBOt for a new Canadian flag before out.School occupied by two men and a boy Since Roman days the Abruzzi
a Royal Canadian Legion board made individual was swamped on a lake here Mountains around this town

=.., convention Sunday night. plans how to handle children' Sunday, it was feared the east of Rome have been Italy's
'.... .." Pearson proposes to replace that came to school. Evans said youngster had drowned.C. major source of saffron.
Canada's Red Ensigm, which that "amateurs in charge of; E. Lubojacky heard a faint The perfumed yellow pow-

has the British Union Jack in overcrowded classrooms will I cry of help, and the boat was der obtained from the stigmaof

the upper left-hand corner, witha bring chaos" and threaten the towed to shallow water. Lubo- the fall-blooming crocus now
HALLER'SBOURBON ,, maple leaf design as part of safety of children. I jacky found his son, Ftephen, 5, is used as a food seasoning.In >;1 '
his program to counter separa- The UEA hoped the 900,000- entangled in cables in an air ancient days Emperor 5 '. k
tist, anti-British sentiment in I member National Education Association pocket under the dashboard and Nero had saffron sprinkled on

I French-speaking Quebec Prov would grant its call for unhurt 45 minutes after the Roman streets to perfume .4 IM /
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By JAY WALZ

I STOCK Late Morning Bond Sale &II CAIRO, Egypt The Cairo

FLASHES ALACHUA GENERAL bin, Mary Lucy R. Brown, iel, Adel, Ga., at W. University -press sought Sunday to turn Soviet

MARKETNEW May 14, 1964BIRTHS Veda Mae N. Washington, Earl Avenue and 13th Street at Premier Khrushchev's
N. Y.
ListingAllisChal Job Being Esley Russell, Sr., Millie Pris- 4:04 p.m. yesterday.John caustic comments on Arab unity !-

YORK (AP-The stock age of 60 stocks at noon was Mr. and Mrs. Nils Diaz, 1113 cilla Wilson, Byron Reid Mc- William Horan, 532 NE about in such a way that they

market was hesitant and mixed up .1 at 07.3 with industrialsoff 19 IntNick 82 NW 24 Ave., a girl. Callum, Jessie Bell Fisher, 4th Ave., car rolled from a park- appeared to pro v i de support

early this afternoon. Trading .1, rails up .7 and utilitiesoff Alcoa 78% IntPap 32% Wound Up ADMITTED James Edgar Stacey, Joan B. ing place at NE 4th Avenue, rather than a scolding.In .

was moderately active. ..LThe AmAir 45!' Jones&L 74% Kristine Gail Chesser, Dav i d Treweek, Anne Cheney Meyers, and Boulevard and struck tree Aswan Saturday the Soviet

Dow Jones industrial average AmBdPar 37% KaisAl 39% Bruse Morgan Elizabeth Car- Shirley Winifred Phillips, David at 9:08 p.m. Saturday. premier said Arab leaders:
Finishing touches the ,
Gains and losses of most on $6
key at noon was off .45. at AmCan 43% Ken'cott 83% million bond sale be in men McNicoll, Stephanie Ra- John Jones Jr., air of Gaines-: William Andrew Jacob, 3031 should be less interested in nationalist -
stocks fractional are
were some 825.78. AmCyan 67% Lig&My 78% g chelle Wheeler, Robert Baldwin viDe;. John Henry Culpepper, NE 14th St., and William Tom unity and more eag e r

going to a point or so. The list was kept on an even AmMot ., 14Ts Loch'd 33%' completed by a delegation today of in Gainesville New York Brown III, Stella E. Lambert, Alachua; Willie Nell L. Corbin, Williamson, Route one, Box 29, to get the "workers of the worldto

Wider moves occurred among keel by a preponderance of AT&T 140& Lorillard 44% officials. Burton Weber Ames, Dorothy Trenton; Maxine Claire Mockett at NW 13th Street and 16th Avenue unite." He said Russian Communists ;

some of the more speculative small plus signs among the AmTob 32% Mag'vox 33%, Kirkland, Rosa Benton, Namo n Waldo; Alva Mae Thomas, at 8:52: p.m. Saturday. followed the precept of
Since the including
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Webb, Clarice Melvin, Wyman dRoss ; Ernest Lamar Blair, 1140 NE Lenin that all workers every-
Howard McK
Texas Gulf Sulphur, which steady supply of long-term Anaconda 43% Mohasco 13%j Mayor inney, Zenaida G. Diaz, Thelma Hart, Archer; Dolly Flora, 10th Ave., and Mildred Viola where belonged together in the
Commissioner James Richardson
spurted I points Friday, was investment money.A Armour 50% Mons'to 79%I Louise Fletcher, all of Gaines- Cross City; Janet Clarice Hud- Parker, Newb2iry, at NW 61 h fight against capitalists every
Finance Officer Clare
down % on an opening block of 1-point gain by Du Pont ACL 72 MontWd 36% nee ville Wilma Wauna Bark son, Chiefland; Queen Esther Street and W. University Avenue where."I .
e r
11,000 shares but later more helped bolster the averages. Babcock 56% NatDair 79%I O'Neill and City Attorney Osee ; Cooper, Brooker. at 6:41 have heard leaders
: Saturday.
Chiefland Jerald p.m. your
than recouped the loss and Steels were unchanged to easy. Beth Stl 36% NatDist 26% Fagan, is in New York, tonight's ; Joseph Larry DWI Charges Arabs to unite Khrush.
II Ocala Edna Mae Bradley La- DISCHARGED urge ,
,
showed a net gain exceeding 2, Otis were mixed. Boeing 49V N.AmAv 47% City Commission meet- ;
Cross Nancy Lee Jones Old Lassiter M a son, 55,. 204 NW chev told the Aswan audien c e.
,
making a new high. Polaroid fell 3, U.S. Smeltingmore Borden 73% Penney 51% ing was cancelled. ; Corine Murphy, Mrs. Joyce
20th Drive arrested "In such what shall
was by case we
a
Town Clifford
City Manager Bill Green said ; Christopher Ann May, Ira S. Roberts, Clar-
Boeing and Xerox, up about than a point. Brunswk 10 PRR 30%
at 6:55 at Russians here do? Go home?
2 each, were among other Prices were mixed on the CaterTr 60V PepCola 53% the bonds will be signed today Keene, Micanopy; Henry Evans ice Melvin, Ola Wilson, Mrs. city police a.m. today "
W. Avenue and 14th not Arabs.
and the will be delivered Lee, Fort White. I. Emily Abner Mrs. Martha L. University Certainly we are
standouts. IBM's new stock, American Stock Exchange. Celanese 69% PhillPet 49% money Street and with driv- Khrushchev
charged appeared annoyedby
'1 split l-for-4, was down about 2. Corporate and U.S. govern- Chrysler 49V8 RCA 32% to the officials either today or DISCHARGED Benton and son, Mr. James ing while intoxicated. earlier remarks by President,

The Associated Press aver- ment bonds were mixed. CocaCola 131% RepStl 44 tomorrow.The James Eric Steinmetz, My a 1 Norton, Mrs. Peggy and son,
James Baker 49 Lake Abdul Salam Arif of Arif
City, Iraq. ,
ComEd 49V4 Revlon 33% delegation will return to- J. Hanes, Vera Ann Brooks, Mrs. Carolyn Griffin and daughter
was arrested by city police at as if intent on turning the medals
ConEdis 84% ReyTob 45% morrow. Mark B. Deloach, Ollie B. Shep- Mrs. Margene Manning and
52% 32 pard, Sherrill Harrell, John W daughter, Mrs. Zenaida Diaz 1:50 a.m. yesterday in the 100 award meeting into an Arab
ContCan StR gP
Adams block of SW 13th Street and termed the Soviet-
unity rally,
RevisingElection DowChe 72% Seaboard 47 Copenhaver, Alvin C. Butler, and daughter, Oliver K. Jones,
with while in aided Aswan dam "a
duPont 265 Sears 114 11 Killed Carl I. Edwards, Chytha Mae Mrs. Gloria Henderson, Christine charged toxicated. driving bol of Arab brotherhood high and sym-

EAL 31% Sinclair 47% Penny and daughter, Susan Ann Mulberry, Dorothy Kirk- "
Fire Calls unity.
E.Kodak 130 VSVs Roquemore and son, Gerald i ne
LawsTALLAHASSEE Socony In VarietyOf land.ACcmEN'r At 9:45 a.m. today, a saw dust President Gamal Nasser of
Firestone 39% SouthnC 58% Meyers and son, Baby Boy London -
ROUNDUP
pile in the 2100 block of N. Egypt and Ahmed Ben Be II a
j FlaPw 45V4 SperryR 16% James Presley Jr., Isabell
Involved in accidents reported Main Street.At of Algeria, who were on the
Fla P&L 73% StBrand 76% Melton, Myrtle Thomas, Bron-
(AP-Secre- cinct votes if observed irregu- MishapsBy to Gainesville Police duringthe 10:17 p.m. yesterday, an stage with Arif as Khrushch e v
Ford 55V StO NJ 87% son W. Bryant, Joseph C. Poole,
last 36 hours electrical short in motor at spoke, smiled thinly as the Soviet
larities were uncorrected.The : a -
of State Tom Adams Dan Allen Nickens Bessie Harden
tary pro- FrmstDa 11% StudebakSwift 8
recommended changes in- TIlE ASSOCIATED PRESSA Dennis Rowel Seay, 1751 SW 739 NW 5th Ave., owned by leader said, "Shall I tell you
posed eight changes in the FreptSul 34% 49=%! David B. Morgan, Robe r t
cludedAll: 38th Place, and Julio Arias Thomas Henderson, caused an what I want to say or what
1 election laws today to make the FruehTr 30% Texaco 78% fatner drowned rescuing his B. Brown, Kirstine G. Chesser, want to hear?"
counties should eliminate Wright, 359 Flavet II, at SW 13th estimated $15 damage.At your
25% Thiokol 14% two children Stephanie R. Wheeler, ElizabethC.
GenDyn ; a man was killed
State Canvassing Board a watch paper ballots and convert to vote- McNicoll. Street and 8th Avenue at 6:37 6:46: p.m. yesterday, a The English language Egyptian
84 Carb 124 board
GenEl U trying to a moving train
, dog against voting irregularities machines p.m. yesterday. saw dust pile in the 2100 blockof Gazette ran an account of
, er immediately.The
j\ GenFds 86% UnitAircUnFruit 44% and burned to deathin
: a Tampan
\ Secretary of State's of- May 15, 19U Stewart R. Bakst, 1132 S. N. Main Street.At the Khrushchev speech u n d er
GenMtrs 87V4 20% a house fire
set
I The recommendations said fice should and distrib- apparently BIRTHSMr. Main St., and Carolyn Lee Clem- 9:45: a.m. yesterday, a the head "K h r u s hchev Backs
prepare Goodrich 54% US Steel 55 by cigarette.
I resulted from complaints of Sen. ute a procedure manual for elec-I a & Mrs. Donald Wiggins, mons, Daytona Beach, in the 100 grass fire in the 3200 block of Arab Unity in Aswan Speech."

Scott Kelly of Lakeland after tion officials and poll workers. I Goodyr 42% UnivMatWestgEl 12 These were among 11 persons 1303 NE 17th Ave., a boy. block of, SW 11th Drive at 5:07: SE 15th Street.At There was no e d i t orial comment
Greyhnd 59% 32
his finishing a close third in the killed in Florida weekend acci- ADMITTED p.m. yesterday. 6:57 p.m. Saturday, a trash on what was being
-Make the supervisor of
registration -
;
GulfOil 57% WinnDix 33%
governor's race. a constitutional officeto dents. Hazel Susan Mobley, Herbert Patricia Alice Mitchell, 1025 fire at SE 7th Avenue and 9th. termed widely as "Mr. Khrush.
Honwl 138 Woolwth 83
Adams said voting irregularities give the job greater authority I IntHarv 73V4 David Morse, 33, of Tampa. Edgar Carver, Ronald Hel- NW 35th Ave., and Love McDan- Street. chev's lecture."

observed in Bay, Clay Madison and respect. burned to death when fire destroyed -muth Schoenau, Gloria Virginia

Monroe, Nassau, Santa Tighten the law on absentee his home Sunday. Fire- Henderson, Elizabeth Kirk More Clergymen

Rosa and Washington Counties ballots. Ag Meeting men said he apparently dozed patrick, Donald H. McKenzieJr.

probably were typical of voting -Authorize the state Canvas- while smoking and the cigarette ., James Dye, Micanopy, all AboutHeart

procedures in all 67 counties. sing Board to reject precinct totals ignited the blaze. .e of G a i n e s vile; Esther Nell Marching

,
At Trenton Emma Bell
if observed irregularitiesare Opens i. Lampp, ,
The recommendations will be W. V. Carboni, 46, drowned at Townsend, Chiefland.

I presented to the legislative in- uncorrected notified.after local officials Lake Harney near Orlando after DISMISSEDMrs. From Page 1 On CapitolWASHINGTON
are
terim committee studying the the law UF Tuesday rescuing his two children from Beverly Weitz and son,

election laws, with a view to- -Clarify on procedures I a dropoff. After getting the chil- Johnie Smith, Mrs. Carrie Con- high blood cholesterol, high I blame it particularly upon (AP) Protestant
for election.
ward recommending improve- challenging an Gov. Farris Bryant and State ,dren to shallow water, he cried nell and son, Wayne W. Bell, blood pressure, or obesity. the ABUSE of our prosperity.Our clergymen from

ments to ghe 1965 Legislature.A Last week Sen. Kelly presented Senator Ed Price of Bradentonare to his wife, "I don't think I can Frank P h I pott, Mrs. Nancy I state march every
These odds not drawn in a "silent,
affidavits to the State Can- make it." are life habits and customs prayerful
scheduled to speak here this Marlowe and son, Rut h a n na
would Board in of his from a hat. They are based procession" to Capitol Hill
key recommendation vassing support week up- have changed remarkably in the
at conferences of the University Schweyer, Mrs. Janie Hayes
give the State Canvassing Board charges of voting irregularitiesin of Florida's Operation George Childris, 16, drowned and daughter,*Mrs. Frances on what actually happened to last 40 to 50 years, and we've I today, beginning of the Senate's11th
I
!
while swimming at Kirkland week of debate the civil
on
apparently healthy middleagedmen
several counties. heartily welcomed most of
authority to reject county pre-
DARE
a 10-year program ,Sink in Tallahassee.Fred Binkley and daughter, Robert F. bill.
.
who lived with rights
one or more
spearheaded by Dr. E. T. York Collins, Georgia Mixson, Cyn- them. But many of these new

I. Jr., provost for agriculture, to Davis Mathis, 51, of thia Sherrer, John H. McNeill, of these risk factors. habits and boons are associate d The demonstration, sponsoredby

RestallrantOpells develop agricultural resources South Bay drowned while swim Irma Langford, Dorothy Led- But you are not helpless. You with our high rate of premature the National Council of

effectively.The ming in the St. Lucie River and ford, Thomas James Price, Ed- can do something about each of death from heart attacks. Churches' Commission on Reli-

HereThe conferences this week will Mark E. Brown, 53, drowned in na Mae Bradley. these risks. You can plan to The heart plague flourish e s gion and Race, was designed to

Lake County. enjoy a longer life. press for passage of the measure
start tomorrow and will be the May 16 in those countries, like ours,

third and fourth of nine scheduled Dennis Tankersley, 9, drownedin BIRTHSMr. where modern urban industriallife stalled by Southern oratory
Little Pigs of America With diet, or diet combined through 57 sessions.An .
drive-in restaurant at 1625 NW for the state's agricultural a lake south of Fort Pierce. and Mrs. Harrington De- with drugs, you can control high is most developed, wherethe

13th St., a member of the largest leaders. Commodities to be discussed James Edward Beard, 20, of Bose, 507 NW 6th Ave., a boy; blood pressure and diabetes, reducing changes from a rural agri- hour before, the Senate is
cultural in habits of
drive-in barbecue chain in this week include vegetables -Fernandina Beach was killed Mr. and Mrs. Kent J. Lampp, their dangers.The society gaveled into its 58th meeting on

America opens its doors to customers grain, oil seed, fiber near Baldwin when his car flipped Box 1353, Trenton, a girl; Mr. cigarette smoker who eating, exercising, working, the House-passed bill, the cler-
.
Wednesday. crops, tobacco and surgarcaneon on U.S. 301. and Mrs. John C. Vergelli, Apt. quits his habit finds his risk smoking, and other wayshavebeen gymen assemble in the Lutheran

Tuesday and Wednesday 250A Flavett III a girl.ADMITTED most profound. Church of the Reformation, two
,
toward that of the
William M. Thomas falling non-
a recently William J. Sams, 34, of Osteen
t ornamental and blocks east of the
Capitol for
nursery a
I
smoker. But do
retired Navy man is was killed when his car skiddedoff we can someththg

manager of the new restaurant.The fruit plants; greenhouse, flower state road 415 near Sanford. Ora Lee Grimmage DeBose, The obese man who reduces ,about it, a very great deal worship service led by the Very
and foliage plants and turf Rev. Francis B. Sayre, dean of
drive-in will be open from on Thursday and Friday. John F. Sell, 16, of New Symrna Elisha H. Walker, Joyce Ann begins paying the standard rate I None of these steps can hurtus the National Cathedral.

10 a.m. to 10 p.m. seven days a Beach succumbed to brain Perry May, Mable Kennedy for his life insurance, instead of in Rather
any way. ,
you
week. The first conference will begin injuries suffered when his motor Zetrouer, Berta Lee Newman, an extra fee. will very likely feel better and En route to the Capitol, the

I "The menu will be strictly ; at 1:15 p.m. tomorrow in scooter was hit by a truck on Kathleen Ann Vergelli, Mamie The amount of cholesterol in be healthier. They do not call i churchmen pause to pray for

barbecue," Thomas announced."We McCarty Hall auditorium. Sen. North Dixie Freeway at New Lee Blackshear, all of Gaines- the bloodstream can be reduced for the rigors of any spartan justice at the Supreme Court

will have a staff of six and Price will speak at the vegetable Smyrna Beach. !ville; Walter W. Weeks, LaCrosse through moderate changes in existence far from it. building, marking the 10th anniversary

GLANCEY plenty of free parking committee banquet tomorrow at I Charles E. Willis died after he ; Lois June Dennis, Cross what we eat. of the 1954 Supreme
space.
t 7:15 p.m. at the Holiday Inn. apparently tried to board a Sea- City; James David Carrol, We have, now, a very solid The time to begin is now, Court school desegregation de.

* board Airlines train at Indian- Hawthorne; Clauda McAf e e,I edge.from which to fight back- whether you are 20 or 40, a cision.

EntomologistsChoose Florida Vote Gov. Bryant is scheduled to town. Sheriff Roy C. Baker said Cedar Key; Daniel Ra.: Harrison foundation of scientific knowl- young man or woman, husbandor

speak at a dinner meeting of "the train doesn't stop at Indian- Sr., Alachua; Roc ell Curtis against the toll of premature wife, or parents of young They planned to pray on the

NcvCllairUlal1 the nursery and turfs group town." children whose lives Senate steps and then seek out
Archer.DISCHARGED heart attacks and strokes, especially might be
In CongressWASHINGTON Thursday at 7 p.m. at the Florida James Merrill Elmore, 32, ol'lymouth among the middle- lengthened by 20 to 30 years be- every senator to appeal for enactment

Here Farm Bureau Building.The was killed when his Clifton Hill, Mrs. Evelyn M. aged. We have strong prospectsof cause of habits being formed of the civil rights bill.

(AP)- How general order of the truck jacknifed on Interstate Lowe, Mrs. Ethel Mae Harrison saving hundreds of thousandsof and followed now. Within the Capitol, meanwhile,

Dr. B. M. Glancey has been Florida members of Congresswere DARE conferences include the Highway 4 north of Winter Namon Webb, Lonnie J. lives, and a dding 10 to 20 (Tomorrow there is almost continual jock
Haven. Fender Jr.; Mrs. Corine Murphy : Myths and Misconceptions
recorded establishment of the situation more to our lives. eying for debate-limiting clo-
named chairman of the Gainesville as voting on recent Donald McKenzie, Burton years )
roll calls: a discussion of the problem Take careful account of these
Entomological Club for W. Ames, Mrs. Alma Thomas, ture.Much
SenateNo facing agriculture and the plan- Britain Beset primary facts: (Condensed from "Your Heart Has
Mrs. Wilma Barker, Mrs. Sher- Nine lives' published by Prentice Hall, of what happens depends
the coming year. He is associated roll calls in period co- ning of action programs for the ion Rhodes and son, Mrs. Cath- Coronary heart disease todayIs copyright 1964 by Alton Blakeslee). on the outcome of Democratic

with the USDA's Insects House: next decade. By Teen Wars erine Davis and son, Mrs. Don- our leading killer and the and Republican party
Man and Animals toll is increasing.The .
Affecting vered. ; Too Scared
I I Operation DARE drew the 'na Campbell and daughter, huddles Tuesday, Democratic

Research Laboratory here and in I On rejection, 132 to 247, ofa complimentsof Secretary of Ag- LONDON ((AP) Teen-agers' Mrs. Margarite Roman and son, very FIRST attacks cent a re of Leader Mike Mansfield said.MEEtTONi1t. _
is research fatal to almost 40
currently doing
motion to recommit to the riculture Orville Freeman last by the hundreds, split into rival Ronald Schoenau, Annie Mae per DAYTON, Ohio (AP) Ray
control. victims either immediately or
mosquito banking, and currency com week. In a letter to Dr. York, groups based on their styles of Berry, Cora Jane Arrington, within six, weeks time. Almost McKinney and his family drove

The Entomological Club is mittee.-and thus kill- a bill Freeman said, "You have a unique -dress, brawled at resorts on Robert Joiner, Mrs. Carol Har- die in the FIRST from their McKee, Ky. farm in

made up of local entomologistsand authorizing an increase of $312 opportunity to formulate an England's southern coast todayfor rison and daughter, Gayle Ar- 20 HOUR.per cent the family truck to visit relatives -

persons interested in ento million in U.S. participation in action program that will enable the second straight day. nold. Millions of us live with here.

mology. Glancey has invited the International Development Florida to realize its full potential Brighton, the main trouble BIRTHSMr. May 17 dangerously high risks. When they arrived they

all persons who have this interest Association (the later for agricultural develop- virtual battleground
measure spot, was a that found
and Mrs. Albert R. Dennis There is no germ or bug Whitey, their 6-year-old I,
professionally or other was passed by a voice vote). ment." between hordes of youngsters.
Box 838 Cross causes heart attacks.Its rooster, clinging with feathers
City, a boy;
wise, to attend the club'smonthly For the motion: Bennett, The secretary said that he regretted -Fighting raged up and down the Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wilder, causes involve th; way ruffled to the truck's under-

luncheon meetings. Cramer, Fuqua, Gurney, Haley, that he would not be, beach and ocean boulevards. 210B, Flavett III, a boy; Mr. we've teen living. carriage."We .

Rogers and Sikes. Against the able to attend any of the DARE Reinforced: squads &J police, and Mrs. Jaffie Brown, 208 SE Heart disease has risen to didn't hear

Thieves Put motion: Fascell Gibbons, Her- conferences, "but I will be following -many on horseback, moved in Depot St. a boy; Mr. and Mrs. tragic prominence at a time 'of hime a crow out

long, Matthews and Pepper. the progress of Operation and began trying to nudge the Walter A. Mockett Waldo, a when so many Americans arc McKinney said after
the 280-mile drive.
Bite on Him I DARE with greatest inter- swirling mobs out of the centerof girl; Mr. and Mrs.,Cecil Corbin, :njoyjjg the "good life" and i

French Red est." the bustling resort town. Rt. 1 Box 189, Trenton, a girl; prosperity. The thought is inescapable -

TULSA, Okla. (AP-Burglars) They did not appear to be having Mr. and Mrs., Howard Hart, that somehow this epidemic -,

much success. Box 534, Archer, a girl. is fundamentally due to!
took $1,000 worth of gold used Chief
ResignsPARIS 50 ADMITTEDWilson aspects of modem I
arrested
in teeth fillings and $10,000 A clergyman who bought Officers youths on our new way

worth of dentures overnight, Shakespeare's house in Strat- charges of assault or obstructing K. Valiant, Louis W4 of life. Some experts call it the j _

(AP-Maurice Thorez police.At Mosley, Lillian C. Tobin Cor "disease prosperity" and _t with other
dental shop owner Luther boss of the French Commun- ford-upon-Avon in the 18th century i

: Loucks told police Sunday. I ist party for 34 years has resigned became so angry at sight- Margate, where 60 teen- / persons who are
after
his fence agers were held overnight
peering over
seers '
as secretary-general
an that he hacked down a mulberry -disorders Sunday, the magistrate h 1. HAYDONBURNS
moved to the
& U SCRUGGS. P. O. Box 17 Gainesville up honorary postof
Florida and file The original In president. tree saidto have been.planted started handing out jail, REPUBLICANS Pr
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit J
terms from three to six!
ranging ;
Court Gainesville Florida. on or before. Thorez, 64, who has bad by the poet. The parson was f
a
the fth day of June. A. D., 1944; otherwise out of town after he demolished -months and fines of from $140
the allegations of said Complaintwill heart, was succeeded by Wal- run WORKERS
be taken as confessed by you. the house itself. to $210. I
Dated this Ith day of May A.O., 964.J. deck Rochet, 59, a Moscow- f
B. CARMICHAELClerk trained moderate and You are invited to hear AT
of the Circuit Court specialistin
and Re-Elect ;
Alachua County,Florida agriculture. Support 9
By: Cherrie Hales VICTOR E. HRUSKA' 7:30
Deputy Clerk CLAUDE BRANDON : p.m.
Court seal}
I
(3331) 5:11, IS 25 1:1, Fatal Ride
Chairman Eighth District
Congressional
I COUNTY COMMISSIONER' _ The Gainesville

LEGAL NOTICE MANSFIELD, Mo. (AP-Dan
The University of Florida will receive Speaking For Burns for Governor
bids for the general class of commodities I Wesley Hughitt Jr., 12, was IrrbECIVE
as may Indicated obtain below.formS.Interested specifications bidders dragged to death Sunday by a Candidate"Vote 'The Pawley Unpledged! l Slate" a j Headquarters

and Purchasing other Information Room by contacting 106, TlgertHall. the horse on a gravel road near his 301 S. MAINMeetings

University s'F Gainesville, home. UM UI. ,1

Florida. He ,apparently fell while riding for the man with a PROVEN 8:00 P.M. TUESDAY 'support Haydon every Mon.Bums, Wed.for Governor.& Fri. nights. Join with us and

44-P-37 U of F Press Publication No. 261 or leading the horse and be- record of experience and .
10:30 May 11, 1964. know-how in getting the job PHONE 6-8990 or 6-7839
T.Director N. Wells of Purchasing came entangled in the lead done. (Pd. Adv.) I May 19th, Room 401, County Court We Welcome the Active Support of All the Other Candidates

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Cleveland New Chicago York 16 16 15 10 11.593 9 .615.625 V of AL Leadplans

Minnesota Baltimore 16 17 12 14 .584.533 2" Tribe Out

Detroit 13 15 .464 4
Washington 14 19 .424 5V
I Los Angeles 13 11.419 5
Boston 12 17 .414 5','.
Kansas City 11 11.J79 6V.


YESTERDAY'S RESULTSNew . contributed homer -
Al Kaline a
York 114 Kansas City 9-9 By MURRAY CRASS I .,
9I Boston 6-5 Minnesota %-4 Writer to the Tigers' attack in the
Detroit 3-4 Cleveland M Associated Press Sports
Los Angeles 9, Baltimore 4 :Mickey Lolich and Hank first game. Don Demeter singled
Chicago: 3 Washington 2 I
TODAY'S GAMES Aguirre continue their perfect jiLa.. ,- in a run in the /u-st, and
Detroit (Lary 0-2 or Regan 2-3) at Washington -
I doubled home
(Hannan 0-W, night hitting but unfortunately for the George Thomas

I (Only game TOMORROW'S scheduled). GAMES Cleveland Indians they pitch Bill Freehan, who had tripled,

Minnesota at New York. N slightly better. in the sixth.
Los Angeles at Boston N
Kansas City at Baltimore N Lolich and Aguirre a pair of Pete Ward's single which

_Detroit at at Washington Chicago N N Detroit left-handers, hit like scored Al Weis in the eighth

NATIONAL LEAGUEW Popeye and Olive Oyl would gave Juan Pizarro his fourth

L Pet. G.B. sing Romeo and Juliet. They I victory without a loss for the
,
San FranPhlla'phia 19 10 .655
L 17 10 .630 1 showed it again Sunday by; White Sox.Whitey .
St. Louis l' 13 .59. VA
; CincinnatiPittsburgh 16 14 .533 3'1i maintaining their .000 batting, Ford pitched a four-

L------r. Milwaukee 16 16 15 14 .516.533 4 3'-'J averages. I hitter and Joe Pepitone clouted

--- ----- I Los Houston Angeles 14 14 19.424 18 .438 7 6" Each, however, pitched a sev two home runs as the Yankees

Chicago 11 16 .407 7 en-hitter as the Tigers whippedthe romped over the Athletics in the
Royal Poultry Champs New York 9 22 .290 11YESTERDAY'S
Indians 3-1 and 4-1, ending second game. Ford walked one

The Sharpshooters won the title in the Royal Poultry Bantam loop this Francisco 6-1. New York RESULTSSan 0-0 their five-game winning streak and struck out five bringinghis

year for junior bowlers at Palm Lanes. From left are Dale Henderly, Karen St.Chicago Louis 5-1.7.2 Cincinnati, Milwaukee 4-7 3-4: and knocking them out of first record to 4-1.

Steele, Karen McElwain and Ronnie Thames. (Sun photo). Los Angeles 3-3, Pittsburgh 2-8 place in the American League.
i Mantle and Tom
Philadelphia 2 Houston O. N Mickey
TODAY'S GAMES Lolich failed to hit in two 'l'a.
Philadelphia (Sunning +1) at Houston HANK AGUIRRE RHCKEY LOLICH Tresh homered in the first
(Johnson 3-3) night trips to the plate in the 4-1 triumph Mantle's with one
.j New York (Cisco 1-3) at San Francisco game. came
Giants'.Hurlers (Duffalo 0-0) after Aguirre had gone While their batting race is York swept Kansas City 11-9 'on Ttesh's with two aboard.

Pittsburgh (Blass 04) at Los Angeles hitless in four appearances in and 8-0. Los Angeles whipped ,
(Drysdale 5-1), (only games scheduled) even this season, Lolich Is Adock Hits
nightTOMORROW'S the first game. The 23yearoldLolich ahead of Aguirre in the pitching Baltimore 9-4 and Minnesota ,
GAMES
Pittsburgh at Houston N now is (0-9) for the season, department. Sunday's victorywas edged Boston 6-5 after losing Joe Adcock drove in three

Chicago at St. Louis N 0-17. runs and Dick Simpson and
In Twin ShutoutsBy Philadelphia at San Francisco N Aguirre the fourth for Lolich 6-2.
New York at Los Angeles N .056 Bat Mark Felix Torres homered for the
Milwaukee at Cincinnati. N against one defeat He reduced Lolich struck out six anddidn't Baltimore tied the

The Tigers staunchly supported his earned run average to 2.85. Angels. game
INTERNATIONAL LEAGUEW walk a man in the Tigers'secondgame Powell's two-run
L Pet. G.B. the 32-year-old Aguirre as Aguirre, who needed ninth-in- ,4-4 on Boog
HAL BOCK age. He stole second followinghis triple play of the season againstthe Toronto 15 7.682 triumph. The Ti- homer in the fourth, but relief
Buffalo 14 .609 IVi the worst hitting pitcher in the ning relief help from Larry
Associated Press Sports Writer single, moved to third on a Colts in the fifth inning. Syracuse 11 9 .550 3 league before Lolich appearedlast Sherry earned his first decision gers scored two runs in the hurler Willie Smith launched a

Ron Herbel is nearsighted and fly ball and scored when Fisher With Walt Williams on first and Jacksonville Rochester 10 12 11 10 .552.500 4 3V season. As it turned out, although, the start was his sixth. fourth when Gates Brown tri 'three-run rally in the sixth for

,*f Jack Fisher is beginning to see uncorked a wild pitch. It was Rusty Staub on second, Jerry Columbus Richmond 10 9 12 12 .455.420 5 svi Aguirre-with his .132 averagewas His ERA dropped to 2.72. pled home Dick McAuliffe and the Angels with a double. I

the light. the only mistake the ex-Giant Grote grounded to first base- Atlanta YESTERDAY'S RESULTS 4 15 .211 9V4 more than twice the hitter I The Indians were replaced in scored on a single by norm The Twins and the Red Sox

)i Herbel Is one of the young hurler made, but it was enoughto man John Herrnstein. Richmond 1-3 Toronto 2-2 Lolich was. The young upstart the top spot by Chicago, which Cash. McAuliffe homered in the traded come-from-behind victo-

pitchers the San Francisco Gi- beat him.Herbel Herrnstein fired to Bobby Atlanta Columbus 2-6 3-2, Syracuse, Buffalo 5-4 5-3 batted .056. 'nipped Washington 3-2. New sixth. ries.

I ants were counting on when who began wearing Wine, forcing Williams, and Jacksonville 5-3 Rochester 11.5TODAY'S _

i they let Fisher go to the New glasses in spring training, surrendered -Wine's return throw retired Richmond at Toronto. GAMES 2 ; : .

York Mets in the National seven hits to Casey Grote. When Staub tried to I Atlanta at Jacksonville scheduled. Vols Worked

1 League's "Help the Poor" draft Stengel's runless wonders and score, Herrnstein's throw to Gus FLORIDA STATE W LEAGUE L Pet. C.B.

t last fall. pitched out of numerous jams. Triandos caught him at the Fort Lauderdale 19 10 .655

Manager Alvin Dark gave the The double triumph marked plate. Lakeland Daytona Beach 18 18 10 11 .643.621 1'h Hard to Win

St. Petersburg 16 13.552 3 IWM tv. First Game Gentile; Richardson Llnz and Pepitone. :
rookie right hander his first the first Giant since July Walt Alston gave the Dodgers'
sweep i
Sarasota 14 13 .519 A ? ,, CLEVELAND DETROIT LOB-Kansas City a, New York 9.2B ''
major league start in the secondgdnie 4, 1962 when-who else-the Convalescent Corps a workout Tampa 11 18 .370 5 abrhbi Ib r h bl -Lopez. HR-Pepitone 2. SB-Llnz,
Miami 10 18 .357 8" Howser ss iooo Gonzalez. S-Ford.
of Sunday's doubeheader Mets were victimized 11-4 and starting Sandy Koufax in the' Orlando 7 20 .250 11 t l Brown 2b 400 OWert 3b 4120 I IP H R ERBBSOPena Track Title
Wagner If 4010 Lumpe 2b 3000 L, 4-3 ... 5 0 5 5 3 6
against Fisher and the Mets but 103.While :opener and Johnny Podres in YESTERDAY'S RESULTS L Alvis 3b 4010 Kaline rf 4111 Handrahan .. ..2 43300

had Herbel known he'd only get the Giants were i the second game. Miami 1, Fort Lauderdale 0 Whitfield Ib 4 1 1 Demeter cf 4021 Wyatt -.. ...... 1 1 0 0 0 0
sweep- Lj .w 7 LEXINGTON Ky. (AP) -
Lakeland 6-1. Tampa. 1-0 M Azcue c 4020Cash Ib 4000 Ford W 4-1 9 4 0 0 1 ,
two hits from his teammates, ing three other National League Koufax nursed a shutout into Daytona Beach 5, Orlando 2 Francona rf 300 0 Freehan c 3120 HBP-By Pena (Gonzalez); by Handra- Chuck. Rohe who brought Ten-
Sarasota 12, St. Petersburg 5 cDavalillo 000 Orhomas If 4011 han aris). WP-Handrahan. U-Drum- ,
he might have declined the op doubleheaders ended in splits. the eighth before three Pirate TODAY'S GAME Held cf 3011 M'Auhffe ss 3030 mond Umont. DIMuro. Paparella. T- nessee's track team from nowhere

portunity. Los Angeles edged Pittsburgh hits delivered both runs and Tampa at Lakeland John p 2 0 1 Aguirre p 4000 2:10. A24007. Conference
Sarasota at St. Petersburg aSmith 1000 Sherry p 0000 I to the Southeastern -
Fisher handcuffed the Giants 3-2 and the Pirates won the second -brought on Ron Perranoski who Miami at Fort Lauderdale ( McMahon p 0 0 0 0 First Game championship in just
k Orlando at Daytona Beach bChance 1000 MINNESOTA BOSTONab
U for seven innings allowing only game 8-3; St. Louis saved it.Podres Totals 35 1 7 1 Totals 33 311 3aCalled r h bi abrhbt two years, hopes he's as sueI -
in Versalles 2001 Schilling 2b 4101
out on strikes for John ss
I singles to Matty Alou- in the'I stretched Milwaukee's losing Shelled 7th; b-Struck out for McMahon in 9th; Rollins 3b 3000 Bressoud ss 5120 I cuessful as a salesman as he

first and Orlando Cepeda in the' streak to five with a 7-3 victoryin Podres, making his first start Wright Wins c-Ran: for Francona In 9th. Oliva rf 4000 Y'trz'ski cf 5020 has been as a coach."I .
Allison Ib 301 OMalzone 3b 31 2 2
. ..._ ..
000 016 000-1
I second. Pitching for the Giants, the opener before the Braves since April 25, was shelled for Cleveland Detroit .. ... ... .. .. ... 101 001 OCX-3 Hall cf 3 0 0 Stuart Ib 3111 may just have to get an
ti 1e Killebrew If 4 1 1 1 Conigllaro If 3 0 1 0
it might have been good enough came back to take the nightcap four runs and failed to last At Muskogee E AAcAuliffe. PO-A-Cleveland 24-9 Battey c 4 0 0 Tillman c 4010 independent fund-raising drive

4-2. Chicago's four run ninth in- through the first inning.Ed Detroit 27-6. DP-Brown, Howser and Allen 2b 411 OMejias rf 4110 "
to win but hurling for the Mets going to get us our own track
% Whitfield. LOB-Cleveland 9, Detroit 9. Kaat p 2010 Morehead p 2 0 0 0 ,

not a chance. ning edged Cincinnati 5-4 in the Bailey and Denis Menke MUSKOGEE, Okla. (AP-As < 2B-Whitfield, Held Thomas AAcAuliffe.B Dailey Perry p 0000 0 0 0 Radatz aMantilla 1110 1000 he said as he explained that
.fr -Freehan. HR-Kallne. p p
opener before the Reds won the socked back-to-back homers in Marlene Hagge said, 'It's getting t l4 j F > w Lumpe. bMincher 1000. Tennessee has no place for his
Cepeda Slugs IP H Totals 30 2 4 2 Totals 35 6 11 4aDoubled
hte fifth and Alou SB-Francona.I
7-1. In at inning Felipe
nightcap a night game a bit monotonous saying Ft ohn, L, 2-2 ...... 6 9 for Morehead In 7th; b- team: to workout.
Cepeda who slugged a three- Houston, Philadelphia blankedthe added a solo shot in the sixthas congratulations to Mickey." i pvfMon McMahon ...... 2 2 Struck out for Perry in 9th. "We've worked out at 12-15
xAguirre, W, 1-0 8 7 1 1 1 7 Minnesota ..... ... ... ... 000 020 000-2
run homer to back up Bob Colts 2-0. the Braves snapped their Mickey Wright, 29, had just Sherry ....... 1 0 0 0 0 2 Boston ........ ...... .. ooo ooo 60x-6E places around Knoxville this

Hendley's three-hitter for a 6-0 Triple Play losing streak behind Tony CJon- s-Faced 2 men In 9th. Bressoud, PO-A Minnesota in to for
won her 56th golf tournament asa i HBP-By Aguirre (Held) U-Runge Battey. spring trying get ready
the first six-hitter. Smith, Kinnamon Honochick. T-2:19. 24-7 Boston 27-9. DP-Versalles! Allen
first victory did the dam- The Phillies pulled :inger's "
game professional and her fourth of' and Allison; Malzone, Schilling and our meets, he said. "In the

I' Second Cams Stuart. LOB Minnesota 7, Boston 9. winter have to work in
this year, the Muskogee Wom 1964 CLEVELAND DETROIT 2B Yastrzemskl, Bressoud, Allison, we an
an's Open ending Sunday witha May 18, abrhbi abrhbi Mantilla. HR-Killebrew. SB-Versalles, unheated tobacco warehouseand
,
Howser ss 4010 Bruton cf 4021 Allison. SF-Versalles.
I ; 213 total, three over par. I U Brown 2b 4 0 0 0 AAcAuliffe ss 3211 IP H R ERBBSO when it's 15-idegrees out-
Wagner If 4 0 2 0 G. Brown If 4 1 2 1 Kaat. L, 4-2 ..... 41-310 5 5 2 7 side it's cold inside."
Alvis 3b 4010 cash 2b 4021 xDailey ..... .. 0 1 1 0 1 0 really
I Wakefield Ib 4 0 0 0 Lumpe 2b 4000 Perry .......... 12-30 0 0 1 o The Vols, who scored big in
Azcue c 3010 Demeter rf 3000 Morehead W, 2-3 7 4 2 2 A 8,
First Cams Second Cam First Cams rancona rf 3 0 1 0 Wert 3b 3000 Radatz ........ 2 0 0 0 5 2 the springs and the distance
NEW YORK SAN FRANCISCO Clark Marshman Held cf 3000 Roarke c 3000 x-Faced 2 men in 7th. events rolled 61 here
t 2100 'HBP-By Radatz (Allison). WP-More- up points
PITTSBURGH LOS ANGELESab CINCINNATI CHICAGOab ab r h bi ab r h Grant p 2111 Lolich p
r h bl abrhb r h bi abritbi D. Smith Ib 3 0 0 0 Hart 3b 422 1 Bell p 0000 head 2, Dailey 2, Perry. U-Rice: Stewart Saturday to win the championship
Schofield ss 5010 wills ss 4020 Rose 2b 5110 Stewart 2b 2000 bConder 1 000LAIourf 401 0 Davalllllo 1000 Chylak, Napp. T-2:50.
Mota cf 4000 Silliam 3b 300 Skinner Sl2lBrockrt 4000 Harkness Ib 0 0 0 McCovey If 4 11'1 Abernathy p 0 0 0 0 Second Game and 50 of these points were
Clement! rf 4 1 30 T. Davis If 3000 Pinson cf 4011 Williams If 3111 Kanehl 2b 4010 Mays cf 310 0 Totals 32 17 1 Totals 30 4 7 4 MINNESOTA BOSTON made by sophomores nine by a
Freese 3b 4111 Fairly Ib 3220* Coleman Ib 4120 Santo 3b 4020 Taylor If 4000 Cepeda Ib 321 3 a-Struck: out for Bell in 8th. abr h bl abrisbi ,

Bailey If 4021 Howard rf 3 0 0 0Ctendenn Robinson rf 4 2 2 2 Banks Ib 4010 Hickman rf 4 0 0 0 Davenp't 2b 3 0 1 0 Lead QualifyingBy Cleveland ... ...__ ........ 000 001 000-1 Versalles Rollins 3b ss 5010 4110 eCllnton Schilling 2b 4010 1 0 0 C junior and two by a senior.
Ib 4 0 2 0 Roseboro c 2009 Cardenas 5111 Rodgers 2010 Chrisrer cf 3010 Crandall c 300 0 Detroit ........... .... .. .. 000 201 lox-4 Ollva rf 4120 Bressoud 4000 Auburn which dominated the
McMillan 300C. ss
3000 1
Mazr'skl 2b 4 0 0 0 W. Davis cf 3 1 2 0 Edwards c 3000 Schaffer c 3010 ss Pagan ss ,
McDaniel 0000 Smith 3b 2 0 0 0 300 0 Detroit Allison Ib 4010 Y'trze'skl cf 2100
McF'lane c 3 0 0 0 Trace's p 1000 Boros 3b 4011 p Hendley p E-None. PO-A-Cleveland 24-8 events finished second
2010 Kaufax p 2011 Maloney p 2 1 0 cLandrum 1 000< Cannizaro c 3 0 1 0 27-10. DP-Howser and Whitfield; Hall cf 3110 Malzone 3b 4221 jumping ,
Law aAlley p 1000 perran'skl p 1 0 0 0 Cowan cf 2001 Jackson p 2000 DALE BURGESS to try again Saturday aft- Lumpe McAuliffe and Cash 2. LOB- Killebrew If 4 1 1*jstuart ib 4121 with 54 points, while favored
aRanew 2000 Hunt ioooSturdivaht Detroit 4. Allen 2b 3 1 0 > Conigllaro If 402"Mccabe
Face p 1000 0000bVrdafl Toth p 2010 ? p 0 0 0 0 Associated Press Sports Writer er a round trip to Holland to Cleveland 3B-G. 4 Brown Burton. HR-Grant, c 3000 Tillman c 4001 LSU came in third with 49.
Schurr p 0000( Totals 30 0 3 0 Totals 30 6 4 6 bBattey c 1112 Meias| rf 4 1 1 ,
I.
Totals 36 2 10 2 Totals 27 3 I 3 (AP Jim- for the Grand Prix. McAuliffe.. Florida diStant fourth
)
INDIANAPOLIS practice was
for Law In 7th b-Hit bBurton Cf 2000 a-Fouled out for Jackson In 8th; fa- .P H R EPBUSO Stigman p 3010 Wilson p 2000
;
out
Into a Struck force play for Face in 9th. Totals 36 7II< Totals 31 171 Grounded out for D. Smith in 8th. my Clark of Scotland, world's Sixteen cars qualified on the i Grant u 2-3 .... 6 6 3 M J Perry p 0000 Radatz p 0000 with 27 points.Mississippi .

Pittsburgh .. .. . . 000 000 026-1 Grounded a-Struck out out for for Schurr Cowan in 7th In;7th cFliedout ; b- New York ................ 000 000 000-, fastest commuter, and American 2%-mile oval track Saturdayand Bell . ......... 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0Lelich. Dleis cMlncher p 0000 1000 dWilliams aMantilla 1000 1 0 0 0 State finished fifth
...... ..
.
.. .. San Francisco 013 000 C2x- Abernathy
.. .. .. 020 000 10 McDaniel In 9th. 6WPGranL Totals 3S496TotsIs
Los Angeles for 7 1 1 0 33555
Bobby Marshman will lead five made the line-up Sun- W, 4-1 Smith. Kinnamon. a-Popped out for Wilson In 7th; b- with 16 'points. Alabama followed -
Pittsburgh 2414Los E-C. Smith. -New York 24-11, U-
E-None.27-10.PO-A DP--Clendenon, Schofield Cincinnati ................ 001 103 Oil-: I San Francisco 27-11. DP-Cannizzaro arC i four: former winners across the day. The field so far has aver- Honochick Runge. T-1:51. A-22.260. Homered for McCabe In 9th; c-stru kout with 13, while Kentucky had
Angeles Freese. Schofield and Chicago ................... 100 000 000E Smith. LOB-New York 4, San Francisco -, for Perry In 9th; d-Filed out for
and Clendenon Gilllam Traceskl and Fair- 2. starting line for the Indianapolis aged 153.1 miles an hour. Par- First Game Radatz in 9th; e-Struck out for Schilling -12; Georgia Tech 10, Georgiaand

Clendenon ly. LOB-Pittsburgh I. Los Angeles 1. -Santo, Williams. PO-A-Cincinnati 2B-Kanehl, Cannizzaro. -HR Ceped. 500-mile auto race on Memo- nelli Jones, last year's winner of KANSAS CITY NEW YORK abrhlb In 9th. fc Tulane 5 each and Vander-

Davis. Clemente. Hart, McCovey. abrhbi ....... ........
2B-Fairly W. 27-10, Chicago 2719. DP-Cardenas. Rosi the 4210 Minnesota DOt 400 002-6
Freese. 3B-Clemente. Fairly. SF-Rose- and Coleman. LOB-Cincinnati 8, Chicago IP H R ERBBS : rial Day. the $500,000 race, captured Causey ss 4121 Rich'son Llnz ss-3b 2b S 1 10 Boston ..... .. .. .. .. .... ... Ml 003 010-5E
Jackson.L,3-5.7 4 4 4 2 cf 501
bor. IP H R ERSBSOLawL13 .. Sturdivant .__.. 1 2 2 2 0 CHendley. t In their slipper-shaped Lotus- pole position then at a record Charles Mathews 3b 4121 Lopez rf 4 2 1 3Gentile
.. JB-Bores. Skinner. HR Williams. I : cf 2322 Wilson. PO-A-Minnesota 27-7 Boston 3.G'vill
ol W. 3-3 9 3 0 0 1 3120 Mantle
Ib
...... 2 2 1 1 SStewart.IP Fords they topped record- 151.1
1Koufax. Robinson 2, Skinner. U-Landes, Steiner, Barlick, Donated: a average. 401 Gonzalez Ib 0000 27-8. DP Bressoud, Schilling and
1 1 0 : Alusik If '
..... 2 H ER BBSC
.. 2 R
.. Gas
Face Tresh If 4113 Stuart. LOB-Minneosa 4, Boston 6.
0
1 T-2:15. field in rf 4 1 1
; W. 3-3 ., 72-310 2 2 0 Maloney W. 3-4 9 7 1 1 4 smashing qualifications The 33 fastest cars In the Jimenez 3320 Howard c 3111 2B-Halt, Stewart Stigman. 3B-Ollva. ,
Perranoskl ... 1 1-3 0 0 0 1 1 Toth. L. 0-1 .. .... 52-37 5 5 2 I I 0 Saturday. Clark took the race the The Lau c 4223 Pepif Ib-ef 4 1 1 1O'Oon'tlue HR-Mejias, Killebrew. Malzone Battey.IP .
T- trials will start race. Green 2b
u-Wllliams. Smith. Pelekoudas. Schurr .. .... ... 11-31 0 0 1 1 1 3b 3011 H R EF BB SC-
'I 2:11. McDaniel .. .... 2 2 2 2 3 1 NEW YORK Second SAN Game FRANCISCO day pole position at 158.8 miles qualifications continue next Sat- Handrah'n p p 1 100 0 0 0 0 Boyer Kubek ss 0000 xStlgman ...... 7 7 S S 3- I Sunland
Jackowski
WinSunland
WP-Maloney. U-Forman 0000 Stafford p 2000 Perry W. 2-0 .... 1 10001
abrhbi b i hour in team Grzenda p
Second Cams Crawford. Vargo. T-2:18. A-25.145. abrtti per a factory car and Sunday.Roberts. 0 0
1 0
Kanehl 2b 4000 Hart ,3b 400 t urday aEdwards 1001 Daley p Plels ... ......... 1 0 0 0 0 1
LOS ANGELES McMillan ss 3 0 0 0 D'venpart 3b 0 0 0 C; and Marshman won the second Aker P 0000 Mikkelsen p 1000 Wilson ...._..._. 7 7 4 A 1 5
0 0 0Mont'gudO
PITTSBURGH sbrkb abrbb First Care cStepp-son 1 0 10M. Alou cf-lf 3 0 1 C: starting spot at 157.9 m.p.h. in a bBryan 1001 Renlff p 0 RadatzL3-2..2 2 2 2 1 5 I Training Center
W. Davis d 4 1 1 0 I Gonder c 4 0 0 0 J. Alou rf 300 I p 0 0 0 0 x-Faced 1 man in 8th.
Schofield IS 0 0 2 0 0 Wills IS A 0 2 0Clemente MILWAUKEE ST. LOUIS Harkness Ib 1 01 McCovey If 300D. C similar racer entered independ- Tops Totals 34 11 911 WP Wilson. U-Stewart, Chylak Napp downed Smith Sinclair 14-3 and
5 2 2 : 13 9
9
Mota d.lf rt A 1 1 0 T. Davis If A 0 1 CFreee ) abrhbi abrhbi Smith Ib 2 0 0 0 Mays cf 000 C Totals Grounded 37 out for Grzenda In 6th. Rice. T-2:55. A-23.504. Gainesville Gas Co. topped
A221Howard rt 4115 Alou Cf 3000 Flood cf 5140 dHunt 1000 Cepeda Ib 311 I I I ently.
3b 2 1 Camilli c 4 00 0 Mathews Ib A 0 0 Clemens If 3111 Taylor If 4000 Haller c 300 t 1 I The Scot farmer hopped a Kansas City ............. 000 m 030-0 LOS ANGELES BALTIMORE eral Electric 12-6 in Business
Bailey If 4 2 0 0 0 Falrty lb 4 e 0 CClendn'n Aaron rf 4010 bjames: If 2 1 1 0 ChrTphr cf 3 0 1 0 Hitler 2b 200 C Shoot New York ............... 2 04 050 OOx-11 ab r h bi abrbbi
Vlrdoft d 1b 0 si22werhas 3b 3111 Terre c 4100 Groat ss 4133 Hickman rf 301 0 Pagan ss 300C. I plane to Mallory Park; England, Pistol Pearson rf 4112 Snyder cf 4140 League softball games playedat
3015 Carty If 4121 cBuchek ss 0 0 0 0 Smith 3b 3 0 2 0 Herbel p 300 I E-None. -Kansas City 24-11 New Piersall If 4231 Aparicto ss 3121
sra C 2 0 HZSK" 0 0 Menke ss 4000 Boyer 3b 4011 Fisher p 2000- and won the Guard's Trophyrace York 27-12. DP Llnz Richardson and Fregosl ss 5131 Johnson 2b 4011 City Park Saturday night.
Gibbon 2b 3010 4 0 Brewer p 100 CPriddY Boiling 2b 4121 White Ib 3111 I aAltman 1010 there Sunday setting a lap Roberts fired 'eprtone; Llnz Richardson and Gonzalez. Adcock Ib 5033 Siebem Ib 4000 Twelve runs in the third and
P Courtnay S, New York 4. If 4100
aMcMulien.. 100 Woodw'd 3b 40llLewis rf 2 0 0 tFischer bSamuel 0000 LOB-Kansas City Torres 3b 5111 Robinson
P 2 0 0 0 Miller p 000 p 2000 aWarwick rf 2 n 1Hoeft 1 Wakefield p 0 0 0 0 record on the winding course. 859x900 in both .22 caliber and 2B-Lau, Linz Boyer. 3B-Alusik. Simps'n cf 4121 Powell If 4112 fourth innings made it-easy for
( bParker 100 C! p 0000 McCarver c 4 1 Totals i257ITotaIs Green 2, Lopez, Pepitone. HR-Mantle.. Satriano C 5 1 1 OXirkland rf 2 0 0 0
Perran'skl p 0 0 0 C! Niekro p 0000 xjavier 2b 3 1 0 0 a-Singled for Fisher in 8th 2712 b-Ral I Clark will compete in the Dutch .38 caliber to win Master Class Trest\ Knoop 2b 5110 bBowens rf 2 0 0 0 Sunland. Matheny had three
33372 dDe La Hoz 1000 Simmons p 4 0 0 0 for Altman In ; IP H R ERBBSO McBride p 1000 Orsino c 4010 Tits. Gas Co. scored all its
4 Totals 8th weekend be- Club'sOpen runs
Totals 38 I IS Smith p 0000 ; c-Singled for Mmillan Grand Prix next in the Gainesville Pistol o'Don'hueL1-13 6 6 1 1 D.Lee p 0000 McNally p 0000
In 5th b- In
a-Filed out for Brewer I 9th; d-Struck out for D. ,. 1 1-3 1 4 A 3 0 2110 Estrada 2000
rounded out for Miller In tth._ eMaye 1000 ; Smith In 9th. fore flying back to Indianapolis. Invitational shoot yester- Grzenda Handrahan. 2-321 1 01 i aSmith Chance p p 0000 Stock p p 0000 in the first five innings. Grier

; Pittsburgh: .. 410 002 01-J Totals 35 3 'J Totals 37.7 14.1. New York ...... ......... ooo ooo ooo-i I Clark, who dominated the Aker ........... 2 0 0 0 1 1 cGaines 1000 and Watson had two hits each.
Lot Angeles 200 en 000-3 Awarded first base on Torre's Interference San Francisco .... ....... CIO 000 oox,,: day.Richard Monteagudo ... 1 0 0 0 0 1 Haddix p 0000 Smith Sinclair 012 00- 3 7
POAPittsburgh In second. : Grand Prix international circuit Curry won Expert in Stafford ........ 4%-3 6 4 4 1 3 dBrandt 1000
E Mota, Wills Miller. DP- a-Singled for Lewis In Sthj b-Singled E-0. Smith. PO-A-New York 24-1 Daley ...;...... 11-34 3 3 1 1 Totals 40 9 U 9 Totals 35 4 9 4 Sunland 203 4x-14 13
7.13.. Los Angeles 27-12.Mazero- for Clemens In 7th; c-Ran for Croat San Francis o 27-12. DP-Pagan, Hull ;: last[ year as no driver ever did .22 caliber with 833x900; Billy Mikkelsen ..... 12-32 2 2 1 1 a-Doubled for D. Lee In 6th; fa-
Tracewskl and Fairly, Fr00S.Traceskl and I In 7th; d-Fouled out for Nlekro In EthjE and Cepeda; Haller and HiHer. LOB- before will be the first European took Sharpshooter with Renitf W 2-0 .... 11-31 0 0 0 0 Struck out for Kirkland in 6th; c Glaze and Mote; Kent Rogersand
ski and szsskW All- -Struck out for Smith In 9th. New York 5. San Francisco X Monday HBP-By Stafford (Charles). by Aker ,Grounded out for Stock in 7th; d-Filed
Fairly. 13. Los SB-Cepeda. to lead the 500 start since 699x900, Stephen Crane fired (Boyer). U Paparella Drummond out for Haddix in 9th. Tierney.

geles. X2B Milwaukee .............. 000 000 0033St. IP H R ER BBS Thomas of France andD. Umont DIMuro. T:4.Second 'Las Angeles ......,...... 121 Ml 119- G'ville Gas 223 140 0-12 8
-Mota. 38-Werhas. HR-Clenden- Louis ................. 030 OM MX-] FislterL12..7 2 1 1 1 Rene won 708x900 to win Marksman Baltimore ...?........ 200 20* WO-4
on Howard. SB-Bailey. Clemente Wakefield ........ 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 the pole in 1919. I' G. Martin led Tyro with Gems E-None. PO-A-Baltimore 27-12. Los GE 000 312 0- 6 12

Burgess. IP H R ER BB SCGlbbonW,31..5 E-Javier, Torre. Boyer. PO-A Milwaukee Herbel W. HI.... 9 7 0 0 0 I KANSAS CITY NEW YORK Angeles 27-9. DP-Johnson, Aparicio and Dirden, Scott and Davis;
S 3 24-13. St. Louis 2712. DP-Menke, WP-Fisher. U-Steiner, Barlick, Don Jack Brabham of Australia 730x900.In ab r b bi ab r h bi i Siebern; Piersall and Knoop; Knoop and

PrWdy... .. ..... 4 J 0 0 0 1 Boiling and Mathews. LOB-Mllwaukei telli. Landes. T-JW-. A30942. and England, another former .38 caliber, Hector Millan Causey ss 4000 Llnz ss 4210 Adcock. LOB-Los Angeles 8, Baltimore Haynie, Hadley and Nero, Kri-
.. 2-3 3 4 4 2 C 6. St. Louis 7. Mathews cf 4. 2ORich'ds'nSbSOlO 2B-Adcock 2, Snyder Smith. 38-AP-
0-2 der.
Pod Brewer res. L......... 4 1.3 6 1 1 2 3 JB-Flood Carty. Boiling. 3B-GroatHR Night Game Grand Prix champion, was left won Expert with 835x900; Cur- Charles 3b 3000 Maris rf 4100 ricio. HR-Simpson, Powell, Torres. SB
... 3 0 4 3Perranoskl -White, McCarver.IP. Gentile Ib 4000 Pepitone Ib 5244 -Pearson. S-Aparklo.IP .
.. 3
.... 3 his
make
Miller 0 0 0 H ERBBSO PHILADELPHIA HOUSTONab still waiting to qualify. ry topped Sharpshooter with Alusik If 3010 Tresh cf 4010 H R ERBBSO
..... 0
1 Fischer, L, 4-2 .. 41.3' 5 4 0 I 0 rfc bl abrlub the second time in Jimenez rf 3 0 0 0 Lopez If 4120 McNally... .. 11-34 3 3 2 0
WP-Podres. P-Smith. Pelekoudas yHoeft ......... 12-32 1 1 0 % Taylor 2b 5021 Llllis 2b 402 o Ing run when 759x900; Monday was first Green 2b 3000 Howard c 3121 Estrada. L. 0-1 .. .. %-3 10 5 502 Boys' Club
Williams. T-2:23. A-48,077. Niekro ......... 1 2 1 1 1 1 Allen 3b 5000 Kasko ss 401 : trial session ended Sunday. He Marksman with 709x900 and J. Lau c 2010 Gonzalez 3b 3 1 1 0 Stock .. ........ 1 0 0 000
Smith .......... 1 1 0 0 0 1 Calllson rf S 1 2 0 White rf 400 I Duncan l000Fordp 3022: Haddix ......... 2 2 1 1 1 1
First GameRose Simmons W 5-2' 6 3 0 1 J Covington if 2 0 1 1 Wynn cf 300 I D D. Barnes paced Tyro with Pena p 1000 McBride ....... 3 5 A A 1 2
CINCINNATI CHICAGO y-Hoett pitched to one man In 7th. Amaro Ib 0000 Aspro'nte 3b 3 0 1 o aWilliams 1000 I D. Lee ........... 2 0 0 0 1 1 Cops No-Hit
abrhbl brhbi U-BurKhart, Sudol, Pryor, Secory. T- H'nsrn 1t-lf 3 0 0 0 Staub Ib 301 434x900. Handrah'n p 0 0 0 0 Smith .......... 32-3" 0 0 1 2
2b 4010Burton rf 3000 2:14- Gonzalez cf 3 1 0 0 Williams If 200 i Buddy Loop bTartabull 1000 Chance ......... 1-300000
Skinner If S 0 1 Burke 2b 4110 Dalrymple c 2 0 1 0 Grote c 3 0 0Trlandos Other top scores included Wyatt p 0000 I HPB-By McNally (McBride), by McBride
Pinson cf 3100Williams If 31 00 C 1000 Owens p 100 I D Totals 30040. Trials 3SI147' (Aparicio). PB-Orsino. U-Flahert Game 13-0
Coleman Ib 4 0 0 Santo 3b 2100 Second Cams Wine ss 4000 aFox 100 832x900 by Millan in .22 Master a Popped out for Pena in 6th; b- Carrigan Haller and Hurley. T-%:". A'' ,
Robinson rf 2 1 1 1 Banks Ib 4122 Short 2000 Raymond p 0 0 0 : Draws 100 Grounded out for Hanrahan In 8th. '-5X42.
p 0. E. Mates
4000 and 794x900 by ;
ss4ll2ROd9ef2 ss CHICAGO WASHINGTONab
MILWAUKEE LOUIS
Cardenas 4121 Bertell c 2000 abrhbi ST. abrhbi Totals 32 2 ( 2 bBatemfn 100 I Kansas City .............. toO see 000- r h U ab r h bl WINTER HAVEN Gary
Boros 3b Totals 3255 I I 811x900 by Charlie Prue in 23. ................ l l.303 tax-
Smith C 3000 cStewart 0001 Maye 3b 4110 Flood cf 4010 Over hundred boys signed New York McCraw Ib 4 0 0 cummer 3b 3 1 1 0 Matakovich pitched a no-hit,
CTToole P 401 OCowan cfOOOOBuhlp 3111 Torre Ib 1000 Clemens if 4112 Struck one :' Expert and 815x900 by Earl E-Lopez. PO-A-Kansas City 24-11 Wels 2b 3220 Kennedy u 40 1 0
1000 a- out for Owens In 6thj b- no run against the Winter
Duren P Mathews 2000 Groat ss 4010 up Saturday for the 1964 Buddy New York 27-12. DP-Green, Causey and Robinson rfll)2I4intonIf 4030 game
Struck
Henry p 0000 Elston aSchaffer P 0000 1011 Woodw'rd310OOBuctwku 0000 Philadelphia out for. .. .'Raymond.... .... M1 In 001 9th.000-' Baseball at the Boys'Club. Tonjes; 660x900 by M. J. Powellin Ward bBuford 3b 3b 4011 0000 Skowron Lock cf Ib 4010 4011 Haven Boys' Club as the
Aaron rf 5000 Boyer 3b 4000 program
bA'Ifitano 1000 Aloud 2112 White Ib 3000 Houston .... .._..... ... ooo ooo eooE .22 Sharpshooter; Hansen ss 3000 Hunt cf 2000 Gainesville Boys' Club defeated
\AcDanlel p 0 0 0 0 Carty If A 0 0 Lewis rf 3010 -Grote, Herrnstein Allen Owen!i. It is sponsored by the and 704x900 by D. R. Keefer 18-Year-Old Nicholson IflOlOcXirtg 0000
Totals 33474 Totals 20555 Bailey c 4 1 1 Javier 2b 3010Menke -Philadelphia 27-12. Houston 27-1: Gainesville Jaycees. The Semi- H'swoer cf 4 0 1 0 Leppert c 4000 Winter Haven 13-0 in the Central
-Doubled for Buhl In 6th; b-Ground- ss 3121 cMcCarver 1000 DP-Taylor. Wine and Herrnstein; Taj and 647x900 by Barnes in Tyro Martin c 4 0 1 Cottier 2b 4111
ed out for Elston in 8th2 c-Hit sacrifice Boiling 2b .4000 Decker c 3110! or. Wine and Amaro. Triple Play-. mole ((9 and 10)) and Gator (11- I Pizzaro 0 3000 Koch p 2000 Florida Boys' Club Intermediate -
fly for Bertell In 9tft. Cloninger p 4020 Washburn p 1 0 0 0 Hermstein. Wine. Herrnstein and hut" for .22 caliber. I Bowler Hits Wilhelm p 0000 DockWth p5555 Baseball League.
; .............. 02. 00LlChicago aGagliano 1000, dos. LOB-Philadelphia 10. Houston X2B 13) leaguers turned in their Mossi p 0000 aValenfma 1 000
Cincinnati ................. coo 001 004-S Burdette p 0000bLong -Calllson. Covington. SB-Aspn applications and were told to In .33 caliber, David B. Sincere Bridges p 0000 Matakovich was in charge all
1000 monte. LJIlls. S Short 2, William:! : Cheney p 0000
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E-Burke. BertelL PO-A-Cincinnati Shantz p 0000 Triandos. report for classifying during the bad 711x900 Expert 707 in MeetFORT Totals J3 1.7.S TotalS 32.282 the way as he struck out 13
'26-13 (two out In 9th when winning run Totals 34474 Totals. 32262a IP H R ER BB SC and Mates 665x900, ,John Williams -: a-Struck out for Duckworth in Tthjb
scored). Chicago 27-10. DP Robinson and -Struck out for Washburn In 4th b- Short.Wl-l..5 ,,5 0 0 0 coming week.Classifying. I -Ran for Ward In hiss c-Hit by pitch opposing batsmen. He had been
Coleman. & CInclnnatL 7,3BOToole.Chicago 4. Struck out for Burdette In 7th; c-Ground- OwensL.l-3..4 6 2 1 3 schedule: Today- 752x900 and Tonjes LAUDERDALE AP- for Hunt In 9th used by Coach Joe Pelt only

28-Robinson., Schaffer.SB Pinson. S id out for Javier In 9th. Raymond ........ 3 0001 ; 751x900 in Sharpshooter. I of Eau Gaflie!Chicaq ................. aot aoi.(it-3
HR-Cardenas SF-RoNnson.Bono. Stewart.- U-Weyer, Conlan Harvey Venzw all 9 year olds; tomorrow Jerry Smith, 18, Washington .............* 100 000.100-2 in relief the first two games.

Burton. 'P H RERIBSO 'Milwauk.. toI121 t.04L T-2ll. A7.7$4.Banquet. all 11-13 year olds; Wednesday Roberts was elected club rolled games of 236, 225 and 246 Errors None. PO-A-Chicago 27-9. Ronnie Ray, Kim Helton,
..... ... I 3 3 3 A 1Duren. > Louis sos 002 000-2E
xfTTool Hansen and
U 0-1 .... 1-312201 all 10 year olds; Thursdayall president for next year with for a 707 total to move into second Washington McCraw 2.27-10.Hansen DP-Wels.Weis and McCraw. Steve Johnson, and Rocky Flan '

Henry .......... 1-31 0 0 0 0 -Javier. PO-A-Milwaukee %7-1. St. SetThe 11-13 olds. All Prue, vice president; Cliff Ham- place in the men's state LOB-Chicago 5. Washington 4. 'agan led the offensive attack
reporting
Buhl ........... 4 4 3 2 2 3 ouls! V-I1. DP-Menke. Boiling and year 38-lock. HR-Robinson. Cottier.
IP H R ERBBSOXOToole Vathew. LOB-Milwaukee .. St. Louis 5. times are 4 p.m. Application -mer, secretary-treasurer; and bowling tournament Sunday. I IP H R ER I. SO with two hits each. Coach Pelts'
,..... 8 3 3 3 4 1 SB-Lewis HRB.lley. Menke. Alou PIzarro.W,1-0..7 7 2 2 2 5
Duren. L, M .... 1-3 1 2 2 0 1 .lemen. SB-Menke. SF-Atoo. annual banquet for thi can still be obtained at thetoys' Tonjes, range officer. i The leaders: Wilhelm ...... 11-31 0 0 e 1 nine now sport a 2-1 record in
Henry .......... 1.31 0 0 0 0 IP H R ERBBSO Moss .... ...... 2-30 0 5 0 1
Buhl ........... t A 3 2 2 3 lonlnger, W, 3-2 9 4 2 2 2 0 Friday Night Mixed League i i) Club for'the Buddy Baseball The club will hold its next Handicap singles: Harry Lee, Koch .......... 4 4 2 2 1 3 league play and travel to Ybor

Elston McDaniel,..W..,.-1-2-.. 2 1 2 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 Vashburn vrtett. L., 2 1 4 1 433 1. 0 1 21 0 i set May 22, at 7 p.m., at Ruby':) > program. Reporting date meeting on Sunday June 14, at Miami, 743; Jerry .Smith, Eau Duckworth Bridges, 1.. ".3...... 1 2-32 1.1 150 0 0 1 City May 23, for a league contest

x-Faced 2 men In 9th.HBP I nantz 2 0 0 0 1 1 Restaurant Team No. 4 tool for orientation for 7 and 8 year the Gainesville Police Pistol Gallic, 734; Alan Wheeler Fort Cheney........ 11-30 0 5 1 1 with the Ybor City Boys
-By Duren (Santo. U-Vargo.Forman Hr5 2L'for' Secory, Burkhart. T-] HBP-By Mossi (King). U-Soar, Salerno .
Jackowsti, Crawford. T-2:23. 2,. the championship this year. olds is May 23, at 10 a.m. Range at Boulware Springs Lauderdale, 720 Valentine McKlnJey. T-2:21. A-4.108 Club.I .



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LI Steve Owen i'i \l U.onGOLF Lotus Fords Top AN OPEN LETTER




T g HIGH for OIS'rAIIC&. Threat in 500' TO ALACHUA COUNTYREPUBLICANS


Was 'ftee.INc;, 'fHE At..t.
Solid
: )POII31rHS'.f.MOfl1'I A H16FI Afi i INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -I man, driving an Independentlyentered

DRIVER eNAE'1.e ME \ I Speedy Scott Jimmy Clark, who Lotus-Ford had setthe
ro NIT 'L.lbH1"I..Y ONrHe. shoved the engine revolution -
rear of 160
UP3WIAG AND pace up to a top speed
CATCHrug BA.L{ L.U5J..f into high gear at the Indi- but
miles an hour in practice,
; NEARfNE TOP Ot 714ECLUSFACE. anapolis Motor Speedway, owns
I Sound off in his qualifying run
H Guy -rHE RESULT If A HIGHCARRYING "what I was hoping for even dropped \ FELLOW REPUBLICANS:
the blame both on
0ALI. WHICH, j though I didn't say anything. placing

IN MY OPINION WILL- gusty winds and himself."I I As Chairman of the Alachua County Republican Committee,
cover GReA1'd Z DIStANGE That's the coveted pole posi-
II *" Ntm lurk {t'bnts preseason training a phone call THAN ONe:; -reec::: SHORT tion for the Memorial Day 500- had quite a bit of trouble I I regretfully find it necessary to take this means of warning you
to Steve Bear Moun- AND hilt ww. against the recent activities of a handful of political opportunistswho
t\\ By ARTHUR DALEY came at mile race at the storied 2- with the wind," Marshman said,
tain. It was from Bert Bell, eY CON'1"RA 'f I IROt48HOt5 mile asphalt ovaL I are attempting to split our party both locally and state

NEW YORK Late last later the commissioner but then tow&iNce SHOULD-o-t:BE'fEED BALL. t 4 "with the front end pushing. I wide. This group has banded together to advance their own

season Steve Owen arrived un- owner-coach of the Eagles. MUSt Pg erTRUCK NAtz The 28-year-old Clark, w o rid may have been pushing too political welfare rather than to unite behind the official duly
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announced at the offices of the THE 0OrtQM OP -fHg PACE road-racing champion second in hard. But the wind did come, elected party leaders during this crucial election year.
WITH A MORE SC&JDIN&Bayer.
'flew York Football Giants. Hedad "Please help me, Steve," said BLOW.HER. { last year's classic in his green up." I False, malicious, and misleading statements have been

been something of a rolling i Bert. "I hardly have enough Lotus-Ford, will be joined in spread over the county by these local folks by speakers imported

stone for most of the 10 years I men here to field a team. Ill s this year's starting front row by Clark's average speed for the i from other parts of the state.

'since he had reluctantly yielded I take anyone you cut from your two other rear-engine Fordpowered four qualifying laps was 158.8,

his portfolio as head coach after ,squad." \ cars. miles per hour and Marshman'swas

the 1953 season. ,':1:' I Forced into the second r ow, 157.9. Ii THE STATE LEVELThe
i "Sorry, Bert, said Steve. "I i -

He had taken a whirl on a don't have anyone I can spare. ; f and both obviously in disappointed ,I NOW OPEN

of college staffs and All I have here is dogmeat." ... J with their speeds Saturday'sopening leader of this Insurgent movement on the state level 1 Is
couple as
of qualificati o n s,
day
line coach of the He 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. W. C. Cramer of Pine lias County, who is attempting to center
Eagles. The quaint expression came J were the darlings of the convene
I ALL YOUR FAVORITE all Republican political! power into his own hands by seeking
.from his early days in Oklahoma .. tional front engine Offenhauser '
... BRANDS I office from St. national Republican
.... sM Par- as congressman Petersburg,
when anything not fit for set-defending champion
Liquors committeeman, chairman of a slate of convention delegates
L humans was described a s i.+ nell Jones and 1961 Indy winner
f l /RON \ Wines pledged to Sen. Barry Goldwater, and permanent chairman of
:"dogmeat. The Giants did get TYt3 A. J. Foyt. Beer the Florida Convention Delegation.
)' one lucky break. The armed
speedsterfrom
i* Jones, a 30-year-old FREE DELIVERY Cramer has tried for years to grab control of our party from the
services had not yet cut into Torrance, Calif., took the
1 ; duly elected county and state party officials, and has now attached -
the powerful Washington Redskins inside position on the second row PAUL'S
I Co himself to Sen. Goldwater's coattails in the hope that the
the O,4 wc.u ao.w .w P
I opening opponentBut and observed:
Senator's popularity will aid him in his unprecedented bid for
1 I because it looked as thoughthe "These Fords are working us Package Store personal power.Fortunately .

Washington Senators might Offy boys pretty hard. I'm just 1318 E. University Ave. his chances of success are small he is opposedin
need Griffith Stadium for the happy to get in the race on the ,
his bid for national committeeman by At Roberts, III, a
World Series, the opening game Hebert first day because it gets me up dynamic, progressive young businessman.
was dropped from the start to the front.
close to
Retailers
Many .
I Cramer's slate of convention delegates is opposed by the official
the end of the season. better stand on
"They'd just
Republican delegation, the PAWLEY UNPLEDGED SLATE,
sup-
Then Steve,used some strange it race day," he warned the buy insurance from dif
ported by and composed of elected officials from all over
party
I alchemy to transform his dog- Lead in rear-engine drivers. ferent agents as a gocd
TourneyOKLAHOMA Florida. Alachua County is fortunate to be represented on the
but
meat into delicious filet mig- Foyt, after a day of mechanical business practice,
I difficulties can arise UNPLEDGED Slate by Mrs. Jayne B. Butterworth, our State "
non. Twice the Giants whipped trouble, finally qualified in
:the Redskins late in the year the middle of the second row from conflicting terms Commiteewoman. .
(AP) A 1960, and Lionel Hebert, whose
z and tied them for the Eastern and also vowed to challenge the and coverages. Do you
couple of veterans who haven'tbeen last victory was two years ago, do this? : ::
YK.a drivers
championship. They had a di- front row rear-engine LOCALLY
inlhe'winner's circle late- led at the half-way point with
.
visional and the 30 grind. CALL-
playoff "an Icy ly 'broke ahead of, the pack today 36 hole totals of six-under-par during May
'I field enabled Slingin Sammy "Remember, it takes 500 mileson Keith Haythorne
for the final 36 holes of the 138. Both posted 70-68-138 cards
Baugh to pass them dizzy. Yet race day," Foyt said in reference INSURANCE Here in Alachua County, a few individuals are putting their I
$40,000 Oklahoma City Open during the first two rounds.
STEVE OWEN this was one of the most re- Golf Tournament. to the short four lap, 107 N. Main FR 2.1433 personal political welfare and their desire for power and Influence I

great coach dies markable coaching jobs in pro- Husky George Bayer who Rain and lightning spoiled the 10-mile qualifying runs. above the best interests of the party, the state, and the i

football history. last won a tournament in,March first two starts Thursday and The boyish looking Clarkwas I country.

had moved around, in the Canadian Friday. The first round wasn't joined in the front row by Ii I Cramer's cronies have resorted to a rash of statements and I

league and finally had Had an 'A'Owen played until Saturday, necessi another youthful driver 27- i claims designed to discredit your County Committee and your '

been squeezed out from a post 80 .AmateurBoxers tating a 36-hole windup today. year-old Bobby Marshman-and I i elected party officials and to make impossible any coordinated

In the minors. So he came devised a most effec- Johnny Potts and Mike Sou- by a veteran two-time Indi- effort to elect Republican state and national candidates in
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home. tive attacking gimmick when l chak were just one stroke be- anapolis winner Roger Ward, a MANY A TRUE WORD Is November. ,

he was in his prime. It was his hind the leaders at 139. Two graying 43. SPOKEN TNaouGH
"Hello Jack he drawled in "A-formation." This Eye The freckle -faced Marsh- TEETH. I
I was a strokes back were Bob Verweyand FALSE :
his good-humored fashion to single-wing device with the line Jack McGowan. Favorite Paid Advertising I i LET'S SET THE

Jack Mara, president of the strong one one side and the Team Berths. Arnold Palmer was deadlockedwith t

giants. "Do you think you backfield strong on the other. .four others at 141. !1IJ j RECORD STRAIGHT!

could find a,:job for a broken- When he had Tuffy Leemansand NEW YORK (AP-Eighty) of The Hebert family had a -';. I It I

down old coach?" Ward Cuff, it almost was share of the lead after both the -..,I 1M M
the country's top amateur box- 0I 1 The charge It mode that there Is no Alochua County
"I know we can," said Jack. unstoppable. Eventually the ers, representing the cream of first and second rounds. Jay @! Republican Committee.
defense caught up with it and Hebert fired a 68 Saturday to
"Consider yourself hired. We an estimated starting field of ;ae fact is At the last party elections in 1962 (party
i Steve switched to the popularT. share the lead
with five others
always can make room for an- 30,000 hopefuls, open the three- 'officials are elected for 4 years in the "off year" elec-
other scout, especially when He had a young Charlie day Olympic Trials today to but slipped to a 74 Sunday. : tions) only 7 Republicans could be persuaded to run

Jig's Steve Owen.. Conerly then but not the man- determine the 10 who will represent Sunday was a bad day for the for party committeeman in only 4 of the 31 precincts. Of
power to give him sufficient first round leaders. Souchak
Uncle Sam in the Tokyo the 6 who were elected, 5 were either students or temporary
It was singularly fitting there- protection. The Mara family i Olympics. zoomed to a 71, Terry Dill to a faculty who left Gainesville within months after
fore that Stout Steve should fought off fan pressure for 73, Hebert and Jay Fleming to

have been a member of the years but finally eased Steve 'I The winners of the 10 weight a 74, Ernie Vossler to a 75 and CLEANIN.GREPAIRING the election.
Giant organization when he out because they had no ,other divisions will earn the trip to Cotton Dunn to a 76. A DOLLAR. ,e fact is Upon advice from the General Counsel of the
Republican Party, and in accord with the laws of Florida,
I died i of a heart attack yesterday. -recourse. the Tokyo Games, Oct. 1024. still buys you one hundred
: He had left an indelible: The sport had changed by In the field are the Army, Navy, cents of expert repairs at the State Chairman appointed a nucleus of a new Com-

& imprint on it and had imparted' then. All teams had big poaching Marine and Air Force champions Snell, Baker o "We Rod i our shop Our engine, mittee Committee to carry on numbers the local 20 business of the:workers.party. This

much of his own character to staffs to fragmentize the ; the National AAU and Them Out"Motor 'brake and transmission work now loyal party

-it--a stamp which was to stay insuperable burdens of the Golden Gloves titleholders, and On Star Team will help your old car hang

.even after he had broken away head coach. But Steve liked to the winners of the Eastern and o Block around a few more years. a charge is made that your Committee has been reluctant -

and spurned the pensioner'sstatus do everything himself. No longer Western open regionals. BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) Two to finance and support local candidates for office.

; that had been offered was it possible. If the game All will fight once either in I American Football League rook j I FlushedWe SAVE HEREon ,>e fact is As recently as last February, One of the most

: Im. passed him by, that was the the afternoon or evening today.' ies, Matt Snell of Ohio State and Pick-Up & Deliver vociferous complainers was urged to run for a critical

1 Marse Joe McCarthy created reason for it. The 40 survivors will battle in Ralph Baker of Penn State, Starters Rebuilt, Fuel Generators Pumps, and important county office and was offered full and

the "Yankee image" in baseball There were few more popularor 20 semifinals Tuesday night and were chosen Saturday to play RADIATOR! SHOP Water Pumps Clutch Discs effective support. This offer was refused!

;; and Steve Owen created better-liked men in the sport the finalists will have it out in for the East in the All-America and Pressure Plates .I.e fact is Another member of this group was given all-

San even stronger "Gi ant than Stout Steve. He had so 10 bouts Wednesday night. football game here June 27. White Electric out financial and political) support in an unsuccessful

image" in football, a spiritual l many friends all over the coun- The tournament will be heldin Snell, who played offensiveand & HULL'SBRAKE campaign for high state office in 1960.
Battery The fact is Your County Chairman served tirelessly as
.quality of sorts that gave -his try that he was constantly tipped the outdoor, uncovered 18,000- defensive end, halfback, i
this man's Treasurer.The .
:Z-team a matchless 'esprit de off on sleeper prospects seat Singer Bowl at the World's linebacker and fullback for the Service SUPPLY Campaign

::corps. He was, sound and he from small colleges. But when Fair. Admission is free to visi- Buckeyes, is listed oil the East: \\FKtt BRAKE ADJUST MINT fact is The 1960 Republican Campaign Headquarters,

was solid. So were',his! teams. the player draft was instituted, tors who have paid their way squad roster as a fullback. Baker i I 118 N.W. 8th Ave. 6* Sure o([ ftur popping Powet financed and operated under the direction of the County
Committee, all of
performed services for this
manner
this source of. supply was into the grounds. In case of last year's Penn State cap. FR 2-8581 PHONE 372-1497
1314 S. MaintSt. dBainesvile./lai) defeated candidate who is now leading the attack
shut off.It's against
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Giant Image rain, the boxing will be held in tain, is a linebacker.Both I
,quite possible that no the small, indoor Sunnyside have signed contracts your Commitee and other party officials.

If Steve 'grew to resent his professional coach 'ever in-I Garden in suburban Queens. with the AFL's New York Jets.
label as "defensive coach," he spired more love, devotion and I 3. The charge is made that the County Committee does not

:should not have,taken such urn- admiration among his players provice e.eel.on; precinct workers and poll watchers dur

brage. Even in the wilrfscor than did ';Steve. The only coun- FSU Capers to PlayIn i ing elections.

lag era of the:present the ,ball terpart was Knute Rockne on a The fact n Precinct workers were appointed to all 32

clubs with the stronger defenses college level with Notre Dame. f precincts in the County for the last election and have

invariably win. _But' in the Amighty stout fella was Owen. Pair of Tournaments been recommended to the County Commissioners for the
o
-prewar days of tighttothevestplay The Giants and all professional May 26 primary election.'

the Giants were always a football owe him much for his I TALLAHASSEE (AP) Florida here, Dec. 26 Tulsa at Tulsa, The fact is several of those most vocal in their complaints

dominating factor. contributions. State University has announced Dec. 28, 29 30 All College tour- refused to work at the polls when requested to do so

:Steve also drew criticism its 1964-65 basketballSchedule nament at Oklahoma City. by election officials. _.

then for his willingness to go PKY Slates which includes two Jan. 7 Georgia at Athens,

for field goals instead of gam- major tournaments and 11 Jan. 9 Miami here, Jan. 16 4. The charge is made that the County Committee has discontinued -

bling on touchdown tries. He home games. Memphis State here, Jan. 20 support of the local Goldwater for President

merely was a generation aheadof Spring Game The Seminoles are enteredin I Georgia Tech here, Jan. 25 Auburn organization.The .
his time. It's both }proper and the Vanderbilt Invitational here, Jan. 30 Alabama fact is Your County Chairman was one of three Individuals -

fashionable today to settle for The P. K. Yonge spring foot- tournament at Nashville, Tenn., LET OUR SAFETY who formed the original Draft GoldwatefCfirrff:

three points. But it was Owen. ball game is scheduled for Dec. 18-19, and the 29th All- here.Feb. mittee in Florida. -- ...
May 4 Duquesne at Balti-
who was the trailblazer. College tournament in Okla- The fact is Members of the County Committee contributed
23 at 8 EXPERTS
at Harris Field CHECK IT
p.m. Feb. 6 Stateat
Memphis
more,
.. The finest coaching job he head coach Mike Gutierrez homa City, Okla., Dec. 2830. more than $800 to support the Draft'XxxUwater

t ever did, perhaps was in 1943 announced On the FSU schedule againare Memphis, Feb. 10 Jacksonville SPECIALBRAKES movement in the County. This money was sPent

when the armed services stripped yesterday.The Valdosta State, Tennesseeand here, Feb. 15 Georgia hi .A\' \ to finance the Goldwater activities during the 1963
his bare. PKY gridders started Tech at Atlanta, Feb. 20 Tam- \
cupboard During Duquesne. Dropped from RELINED Homecoming Celebration and to maintain the Draft Gold-
spring drills last Monday with pa at Tampa, Feb. 23 Floridaat in'downtowr'J Gainesville. .
water headquarters
the schedule are Rice Texas
,
45 boys .
"SPORiSMANS'DGEST : reporting."So Centenary and Stetson. Gainesville. With The fact is Many of the materials now being used by'the,

far we have been Last season, the Seminoleswon March 1 Miami at Miami, I Bonded Lining; 95 local Cramer clique in support of Goldwater were paid_ for
pleased with everyone's attitude March 6 Georgia here. FORD CHEV.PLYMOUTH 14 -
with these contributions.
11 and lost 14. also
y They r er
( and hustle" Gutierrez said. '
.' S&I won the championship at the wit RAMBLER

MAD-DOG CONTROL IUd}" '500' .nament first annual at Barrancilla invitational, Colom tour- I oC. MAY I THE ABOVE FACTS


., THIS is ONE WAY 'I-2i bia. mURAN{ A VETERINARIAN/ To Be Shown The Schedule
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MAY USE TWO The four-month 1964-65 schedule Autorr' MUFFLERSGUARANTEED;
LASSOS : AND CANNOT BE DENIED !I"
HUMANELY I In Jax on TV M Home
Dec. 1 Valdosta here, Dec.

JACKSONVILLE Gaines- 3 Virginia Military Institute, Business Republican party in AJachua County has always met Its respon-

ville and area racing fans can here, Dec. 5 Auburn at Auburn, _,I Life sibilities to the state and national party organizations. It has

be in on a racing first Memorial Dec. 7 Alabama at Tuscaloosa, 215 N.E. for years supplied leadership and advice to those responsible for.ie

Day when the first closed Dec. 9 Florida here, Dec. 18, 1st Street remarkable progress our party has made in Florida in the

circuit TV showing in historyof and 19 Vanderbilt Invitational FOR LIFE OF CAR post years.
L FR 2.3576
r the Indianapolis 500 is pre. at Nashville, Dec. 21 Tennessee]: The Republican party in Alochua County cannot possibly progressand
AN with the rest of Florida's Republicans if it allows
INJURED] DOG prosper
sented at the Jacksonville Coli- INSTALLED WHILE YOU WAIT
MAY BE IM CO MUCH PAIr THAT itself to be decided by the efforts of this small band of disgruntled
.JiE WILL BITE ANYONE WHO seum. AUTO FINANCE and privilege-seeking individuals.Your .
''TRlE'TO HELP HIM. The four hour anon transferrable
THUS
HE racing
spectacle / DIVISION OF Committee welcomes' oil who wish to odd to the growing
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r.MUST: BE RESTRAINED LIKE A which will include shotsof -ere. GENERAL INSTANT CREDIT To Holders of Natl. Credit Cards
RABID ANIMAL. LASSO THE DOG FINANCE CORP. strength of the party both here at home and throughout the
''V/JTH/ 1 LASSOS. Tit ONe LASSO the pit stops, will begin at .. Can Refinance state. It deplores the activities of those who seek to weaken us.
ID.A TREE OR POST, OR HAVE 10:40 a.m. The TelePrompTer Your Present Car and/or

,, SOMEONE WOCD'rrs END WHILE Corp. will handle the longest Advance Additional Cash
Thank for
;TyOU PULL ON THE. you your attention,
OTHER LAS- and ,
most extensive close-cir On Our Special Low Rof GAS WELLGOODYEAR
:J:SO. KEEP PULLING UNTIL DOG
..t COLLAPSES FOR LACK OP OX)'- cuit sports project ever pre and Cut Your Paymentsby Hershel Haynes, Chairman
** GENe WHILE HE'S UNCONSCIOUS, sented. /2 in Most Cases. I
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to $5,000
ranging from $4 to up
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GOTADOME I AM THE FIRST SLOBBOVIAN \ ,' DEAR ABBY: When I read all those letters from readers killed. I saw'a lawyer, expecting to recover damages for my OF GRADUATE OF THE HARVARD BUT t\A.RUNK.:: !' puzzgDutfr

stating that you were wrong to say that the bus driver should car. After all, I was on the highway where I was supposedto IS COMlNK MY DOTTER, GRITTING!!, SCHOOL OF BUSINESS SLOOOOVIAN PRODUCTS ARE ITT L1DDLE
t have stopped and tried to help the dog he hit, I couldn't be, and the cow had no business there. I found out thatI AMITA 1CEBER&HOME ADMINISTRATION;WE ICENCVJAND N11L14. \
believe my eyes. Then we find out there is a LAW in Indiana not only couldn't collect a dime, but I was being sued by FROMTHE HEW HESS / CAN SELLSLO3EQV1AN PRODUCTS..' HEAD COLDS;1 RECITES HIS )

which prohibits a school bus driver from stopping on the farmer for the loss of his cow. Hgyril POME!!

the highway even if he hits an animal. What if he hits a CLAUDE IN WENATCHEE, WASHINGTON
child? He would have to stop then, wouldn't he? Or wouldhe *.
just go right on, and report the incident only after have DEAR ABBY: It's hard to believe that there are people
L ing delivered his bus load of children to their destinations? in the world as cruel and cold-blooded as those who wroteto z. f
No wonder there is so much inhumanity today! I don't say that the bus driver should not have stopped, but gone

care what the LAW says, Abby, don't you back down one right on after having hit a dog. What harm could come to i' t D
Inch. You were right, and the whole State of Indiana is the children if he pulled off the highway onto the shoulder of
wrong to let a law like that stay on its books. the road? I am sure if he put several of the older children I
NOT FROM INDIANA in charge of the younger ones and told them all to stay inside SfSWHAT5
the bus, not one of them would have disobeyed. Children
DEAR ABBY: I have never before written to a newspaper have a greater compassion and love for animals than most I -

columnist, but I cannot sleep unless I write this letter. How adults. FERSUPPER JEST BEANS .
if he hits GRANDMOTHER OF NINE AN EATERS
could anyone answer to his own conscience a poor
== MAW?
defenseless dog and doesn't stop to see if the dog is deador S
alive, or to give him some aid? An injured dog on the DEAR ABBY: To the person who said it was "dangerous"to
highway would surely be struck again and again by oncoming stop and give aid to an injured animal, may I say that ...c

vehicles if not removed. Dogs feel pain just as humans do. I once carried a dog, whose back had been broken, from the 1z e .r
If this is the law, perhaps we can look forward to future middle of the road, while others stood on the sidelines and 00
laws which will not only disregard the feelings of animals, did nothing? The injured dog licked my hand in gratitude, .o
but people. Phooey on progress! and the expression in his eyes will remain with me until I >-<<

s DISGUSTED WITH PEOPLE die.
I E. L. J. FROM LA JALLA

4 DEAR ABBY: I checked and you were right. It IS againstthe :Jrn
law in Indiana for a school bus driver to stop on the DEAR ABBY: Regarding the incident Involving a school a
highway if he hits an animal The laws of various statesare bus driver in Kokomo, Indiana, who failed to stop after hit.
: often confusing. For example, I was driving through a section ting a dog: Please be advised that in California this constitutes I
posted "RANGE AREA WATCH FOR LIVESTOCK"and a hit-run offense and is liable to prosecution under the
YES L SAW YES,$ITS WHAT5 LEFTOPTW
I hit her broad- Hit-Run Law.
a cow wandered out in front of me. ONE
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WASHINGTON The Com- lawnmower, and you've blown a sprinkling seeds on the ground. America became a great nation 1:4

merce Department just revealed million right there. "What art thou doing, Sam?" because the wives of its men
that Americans spend $1.5 No one Is quite sure who was his neighbors asked. always thought the grass was ABOUT\ /OH, I'Mww,MA'AM.
billion on their lawns. The fig the first one to start the lawn PIP SHEIM NOTKEAUYA BAD
"Planting grass." greener on the other side of the I TD 'ELP / ONE AT 'rAo TAN *NOW
4 ure isn't hard to believe if you competition in America. It is ( CZ.MZ? I'VE SCREECHED OUT so
own a lawn. As a matter of fact rumored that it was a Pilgrim "But why? Can'st thou eatit hedge. Z; LOUD THE RUDDY REDS
low. All have to named Sam Snodgrass who was ?" WILL BE UPON US!_.ou,
It's quite you
Today a man is judged by the o t FORGIVE ME!foRoivb
few feet of sod, responsible for the whole thing.
do is buy a MEJ
"No, neighbor, but it will give lawn he keeps. If it is trim >4<<
One the
fertilizer morning Pilgrims
some some grass 1
seed, a hose, and an elect r i c got up and found Sam out front me mertime.something" to cut in the sum. and green and looks like a carpet z :
he is a loyal American. If < t
ATE SHE PARED The Pilgrim men, who rarely it grows tan, has weeds, and V I
t Erin ABEL laughed, made merry of Sam. straggles over the sidewalk, he
OBLATUS LAVA But when spring came and is a Communist
ACROSS R I A L SUS C I T Sam's lawn started to grow, the > '
l.Necroman* 25.Marzy n A T g t: E H Q u s EC7 wives of the other Pilgrims became And so once again,this spring, /
26.Alder tree E R S E A s E 0 very upset from the Atlantic to the Pacific,

6.Blister 28.Obstruct S T O L A F A R American men, egged on by _
10.Ruetempered 32.Leafy '"Look thou at Brother Snodgrass's 00I
TEAMSTE R M A W their wives, are toiling in their
11.Cotton blade 36.excrescence Utah State A R T I M o T s E R I lawn," they said to their front yards, devoting their
thread flower T E E D P 1 L o T E D husbands. "It Is verily a shame strength, their lives, and their & / BUT rrs 601AIG
13.Clossy 37.Sprint E D A R I S O L A T E that we have nothing but dirt in waking moments, not to mention j I [ / TO B5 PRETTY.
C DCG-EARED
"
paint 38.Break DORY SHY D E M front of our houses. $1.5 billion a year, to keepup gcDi BY THE TUYEo

14.mammal Aquatic 40.ming Slate tool-trlar (Solution to Sunday's Puzzle) The other Pilgrim men were with their neighbors' lawns. I GET ITl
41.RUS5.mountains. sore as hell, but there wasn'tmuch The Pilgrims started it, bat a
i 15.Fennlt 48.Salaman3..Pre sous where it will all end sod ]
16.London dors stone they could do about it. So only
district 43.Love apple45.BIrcnbark 4.March dale they all started planting grassin knows.
18.Heed 1.DOWN Lowest 5.Stain front of their houses. Prettysoon
19.Enraged Comments craft dais ofprotozoans 6.Blossomed they were so busy work-I NO MORE B
21. 46.Mangier
Ignited ing on their lawns they forgotto
23.Younger 47.Under 8.Compound a
and when
sox tunings 2.Winged ether plant any crops GUESSINGANSONIA
Gloomy winter came they almost
M Z 3 4 15 6 7 4 9 10.Purposive starved to death.
f Ohio (AP) -
Misjudges But this did not dismay the
IL Thanks
10 li 17.Chop to a newly wired fire q
Pilgrim wives. When spring
Ansonia's 24-man volun-
- 20.CoIlegeoffldal map,
rs : : It:: came, they insisted that their terr fire department has be- NcT
husbands work their lawns LFEP5 TOLD ME THAT 6ARY Yl HAP
on
drinks
,/S I' 111 IT, 22.Fruit come more efficient I I IP HIS DAUGHTER ITOEP TO CHOICE BUT
24.Curls again. '*"* '5 SIPE OP THE STORY... A7O FIRE HIM.'
/ zo u u. 27.Pigeon The map, which sows 600 TALK ABOUT IT/
29.Byzantine "Look thee at Sam, with narya
properties in the department'sbailiwick
t4 ZS ,- gold cola weed in his yard," they
29 %
SO.Marbles required 4,800 feet of -
grumbled.
'// 2* '1 IZO ZI" Si:Part of a "Women," the husbandscried wire and 300 bulbs. c:: .

3+ ,35 I" 32.turbine Cordage "we must plant crops in- When a fire is reported, the
fiber stead. bulb ,nearest the scene is
45Wfa 3d 1-"' ..o switched
3?.Bucolic "Better to starve," the women on. I

41 4} "If 35.34.Fatuous replied "than to have an un- Fire Chief Garold Oswald said I ill, b
Morning
_
kept lawn. before the
installed
4i prayer map was Q 5 8
39.Study And so the next winter all "Whoever got to the station .. 4 -a'c;
47 : : 43:>> E I 42. Ship's the Pilgrims died. But the tra- first took the truck and the ( J
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I f... Lad's 11-Day Sojourn Red China's Role in Viet NamBy






JAMES MARLOW I.etnamese war just a fight in they can hope to achieve that. ularly Viet Nam, which borderson I government. Suppose Russia

B i At World's Fair Ends ,Associated Press News Analyst 'and for one country instead of Meanwhile, they can be expected China-are logical targetsfor !alone had nuclear weapons and
'
WASHINGTON (AP-Switch) being a fight for all Asia, one to use methods short of communism through subversion the United States were in China's -

! the picture around with the which may continue, for yearsor direct with the West to civil war, or Red Chinese bav-
of not
NEW YORK AP-Dominick) | The boy's parents, Mr. and board setting complete with life I United States in Red Coina'splaceand a generation.Look communize war Asia, even though pressure.If present position
i lag them.
I rucci's run of the World's Fair Mrs. Benito Tucci, had gone to boat.Was it isn't hard to un- it takes through subversion Viet Nam tumbles, the other -
he afraid at ? at this picture first: years,
in
ended after 11 and night Communcsts
Sunday days And
; of Defense suppose
the fair in Flushing Meadow, derstand why Secretary or aid to Communist guerrillas small nations in southeasternAsia
The Red Chinese their
by own
"There's to be
nights. He thought it was a nothing afraidof Mexico were trying to crush
Robert S. McNamara just would be
persuaded
just
Queens, every day to look for 1 words dedicated to impos- inside neighboring non-
said Dominick. "The are
shame. He had planned to spend placeis the democratic government of
with :
returned from Viet Nam a that much more to line up with
him but with luck. Red countries.
no with ing communism everywhere.One .
the summer there. crawling cops. gloomy forecast. I I China, not with the West. So its Mexico with the help of Russianmen

,When Dominick, 12, left his I Dominick started his safari by Was he glad he had been discovered of the reasons they gave This thinking is not exclusivewith to China's interest to see the I and resources. The United

Long Island home, he had hint. .sneaking aboard a Long Island ? He said the war against communism -I for their split with Russia is the Chinese. After World Vietnamese war continued, no I States would not want to risk a

ed that he was bound for the Rail Road train at Port Wash- "I don't know," he said. "I'ma there is going to be that the Soviets were not aggressive War II the Russians, who had matter how long it takes, with nuclear war which it couldn't

fair. And that's where they ington, his hometown.He little homesick. I guess I'm "a long, hard war." enough in spreading been attacked by Germany in China's aid and encouragement. fight.

found him, still the object of a glad." Far less easy communism.So two world wars, were not con-

17-state police alert. climbed a fence to get into Dominick's father is a brick to understand it can be assumed they tent to have their frontiers up If the United States were in But it would never cease trying

the fair. He said he was thrown His Lillian said AnalysIs: communist Red China's position, it probably to encourage and supply the
Somewhat disheveled, but layer. mother is why t his will insist as a minimum upon against non coun I the

well-fed, Dominick was reunited out a couple of times, but just of her oldest son, "He's adven- same MeNa- What The seeking a totally CommunistAsia. tries. would never cease trying to democratic forces fighting

with his parents, five sisters climbed back again. turous, but not a bad boy." mara could News If they have not sought to reduced their nearest bring about such a result, as I Mexican Communists, no matter this
it took. By
They be the how long
reversing
can by
and brother."I Dominick, a seventh-grader at make other achieve this direct military seen '
-
a yet by
Dominick ate well picking Means satellites. This will
up neighbors to picture and taking Cuba and reasoning, fighting in Asia
got away from seven cops, St. Peter's parochial school in trIpS to VIet actions that is understandable. -
luck It
$5 a day retrieving good served a double purpose. Mexico as examples. I be a long story.Two .
and a woman had to catch me, coins tossed into several foun Port Washington, is a Roman Nam five in They're not ready yet. spread communism and, in case

he said. tains. Catholic.He two years They are still in the buildingup with the West, Communist Cuba, 90 miles off
of future war
The woman, Naomi Sallod, said he ate hamburgers almost -and come back with sunnier stage, economically, industrially those a satellites would be handy the American shore, is no direct YouthsNabbed

works at the fairgrounds and For sleeping, Dominick secluded every day. statements. and militarily. They sim- blunt the initial at- threat to this country now although -

recognized him from newspaper himself in several pavilions "I ate chow mein on Friday," He sounded in the past as if ply do not have the weapons- buffers to it was for the brief timein

pictures. including one with a ship he said.ll he didn't understand the problem -particularly nuclear ones to tacks. which Russian missiles were InBurglary

as if he considered the Vi- match the West. Given time, The Red Chinese can be expected based there. Perhaps in time

.to do no less. So, all the something like that will happen

; : smaller Asian countriesparticOPPOSITION -again.It .

The School goes without saying this ,

Integration Ruling country will never cease tryingto BROOKER Two youthswere

rid Cuba of communism, as arrested here early this

TOO GREAT it is trying for the time being morning and charged with burglarizing -

I (EDITOR'S NOTE Ten started ,from the top down, beginning quire Negroes to sit in a special by economic boycott after back- a local grocery store

the historic civil section in its traffic MADISON TOWNSHIP, N. J. ing an invasion that failed. late last night.
made court.A
I and 12th
I years with the 11th
ruling that separate Civil Rights Battle Began CAP) Theodore C. Sari was Extend the picture to Mexico, Their arrests culminated a
rights
I for
major victory campaigners -
,educational facilities are inherently grades. double overmatched when his which now has a democraticIn short, but intensive investigation -
11 racial discrimination
against
'I unequal. Following is Exactly a Decade Ago While school cases worked was a Warren opinion of- small European car rammedinto the Court of the County Judge, Alachua by deputies.The .
the rear of a truck on County, Florida, In Probate.In burglary was reportedat
I a synopsis of the history the their way through the lower last May. He declared then that re: Estate of
Route 9. IDA MAE WILLIAMS 10:25: p.m.Deputies .
in that ,
has been
p court making state laws ordinances and
I courts the high tribunal in the city Deceased. went to the scene
into Sundaywas
The truck he ran
and Having
since a Creditors and Persons
difficult field To All
their officials
Monday-10 years and a day parents and Negro organiza- last decade took and decided statements by are hippopotamus. Claims or Demands Against Said Estate -Spangler's Grocery south of
look ahead to some expected on carrying a
ineffective to bar Ne-
l after the first momentous ruling. totally :
landmark decisions.) tions pressed for compliancewith in the civil Neither the hippo nor the truck You and each of you are hereby notIfied Brooker on S.R. 329 and
disputes
numerous from sit-in demonstrations
i groes peaceful and required to present any claims
the
the decree. The Supreme Gorr 58 of De- found entry was gained to
I driver, Cyril and demands which you, or either of
Chief Justice Earl Warren a rights field that appeared to be in public business have against the estate of IDA of
i Court mostly let the lower Fla. injured. Sari, you may store by removing a piece
Land
) By PAUL M. YOST I places. was MAE WILLIAMS deceased, late of said
WASHINGTON (AP) Ten decade ago pronounced! the fate courts struggle with the cases sparked by the 1954 segregation 48, of Old Bridge, was hospitalized County, to the County Judge of Alachua tin from a broken window.

after its historic decision ful words that "separate educational -until recently. Then it heard ruling. Time and again final decisions The sit-in cases now pending in fair condition. court County house, Florida of ,said at County his office at Alachua in the Lunch meat, beer, wine and
'
I t years facilities are inherently in the Prince Ed- before> the court for decision Florida, within six calendar months from some change was missing from
I against racial segregation in arguments in that field hinged on a NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS the time of the first publication of this
unequal." He declared for a' ward case and in another raise the question of what to do OFFICE OF THE STATE ROAD notice. Each claim or demand shall ben inside the store.
schools, the Supreme appeal -basic that activity DEPARTMENT shall state the place of
public holding any about arrests In instances where writing and found outside
unanimous court that Negroes Florida Foot prints were
involving Atlanta. Tallahassee. residence and post office address of the
Court is due to follow up with cannot be barred from I having a government connectionmust there are no such laws or statements May 7, 1964 claimant, and shall be sworn to by the the
legally The latter case also for AND MAINTENANCE such grocery.
more landmark rulings In the up CONSTRUCTION claimant, agent, attorney and any
public schools because of race.I decision in June be open to Negroes and by public officials. PROGRAMS claim or demand not so filed shall be Acting on a tip, deputies wentto
difficult civil rights field. May or ques- Sealed bids wit be received at the State
I Another major victory in the void.
Gaskin
before' term- Numerous lawsuits followedin tions the validity of Atlanta's whites without discrimination. Road Department OHices Room 228. Leona HardYAdminlstratrhc the home of Albert ,
Any Monday efforts to crack segregation bar: Holland Building, Tallahassee. Florida. of the Estateof his foot
lower federal courts I gradualMesegregation from Qualified Contractors until 10:30 A. 21, and compared prints
in June the high as Negro plan that IDA MAE WILLIAMS deceased
closing day instance riers was Supreme Court reversal the 28th day
For just a year ago AM. (E.S.T.) on Thursday. with the ones found.
tribunal may decide the fate of of breach of the of May 1964. for the following work: BARTON & BURWELL
peace matched Sheriff Joe
the court called for immediate NOTE Attorneys for Administratrix They ,
several thousand Negroes and convictions of 187 Negro students Notice of additional work for this same 212 Southeast First Street Crevasse said and Gaskin led
Do desegregation of parks, play- letting date may be Issued later. Gainesville Florida ,
whites arrested for sit-in demonstrations Why People who demonstrated out- Proposal Forms will not be Issued later (3314) 5:4, 11, 18. 25 them to the stolen goods.rfmi .
Southern lunch grounds and other city recrea- than one hour prior to the time for openIng -
at side the South Carolina State bids. NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I tional facilities in Memphis. The
ALACHUA COUNTY (SECONDARY FLORIDA STATUTESIN
counters and other private bus House in Columbia. The court
city had pleaded in vain for use FUNDS): STATE PROJECT JOB NO. THE COURT OF THE COUNTY FEATURES
iness places. said the convictions infringedthe 26712-3601, SR 5-139. from S point on SR JUDGE, ALACHUA. COUNTY, FLORIDA, 1.5.5.7-9
of a program of gradual deseg- 235 one mile northeast of IN PROBATE. :
approx. I'
The troublesome issue that Stand and Watch? Negroes' constitutional Alachua north to. SR 121 approx. 0.5 mile IN RE: ESTATE OF .Naf.-- far--- -Jr...
confronts the nine justices is regation. Earlier. Atlanta was rights of free speech, free as- south of Union County line. Work consists Austin Llttlelohn KImball,
told to allow Negroes to use its of medium grading} Vi" LimerocK Deceased. ENDS TUES.
validity, under the Constitution, sembly and freedom to petitionfor Base. with Type 2 Surf. Treat.; cone To All Creditors and Persons Having I
public golf course and Balti- box culverts; and Incidental. Items. Claims or Demands Against Said Es-
of the use of state criminal By CHARLES L. WEST inhibited these people; they directed to allow both redress of grievances.Some Length 8.482 miles.GILCHRIST tate: .bd1 E leifeHORffi
more was COUNTY (BOND You and each of you are hereby notified :
trespass laws to enforce private NEW YORK (AP) Could didn't want to get involved." to use public parks and observers saw the Columbia FUNDS): STATE PROJECT, JOB NO. and required to present any BUCHHOlZ}
races .
decision as opening the 3151-3602, SECTIONS OF SR 5-232. froma claims and demands which you, or either
discrimination. you stand at your window and Recently, two potential sui pools.In point on SR 26 approx. 5.5 miles westof of you, may have against the estate
difficult is a pendingcase watch or hear a screamingwoman cides-from a building in Albany flood gates for numerous street Trenton north and east to SR 341. of Austin Llttlelohn Kimball, deceased C1FR1ESPMK{ "
Equally
Work consists of medium grading 6" late of said County to the Coun- ,
from Prince Edward Coun- vainly fight a knife- N.Y., and from the super- a case from Wilmington, demonstrations in various statesin Imerock Stabilized Base with Type 2 ty Judge of Alachua County, Florida,

ty in Virginia, where schools wielding killer for 35 minutes structure of the Brooklyn Del., the court ordered Negroes recent months. Surf.Length Treat.6.487 miles.; and Incidental items.. at County his office at Gainesville in the court, Florida house,of within said BffiE DAViS\/ !I'

and never lift a hand to dial Bridge-attracted crowds who admitted to a privately operated Apparently out of patienceover LEVY COUNTY (BOND FUNDS): six calendar months from the time of
closed in 1959 to avoid ,
were STATE PROJECT JOB NO. 34515-3601 the first publication of this notice. Each IEMPTY
admission of Negroes police? taunted them to jump. restaurant in a stateownedbuilding arrests of Negroes under SR S-318-A north of Will is ton, betweenSR claim or demand shall be In writing. THE
court-ordered local laws affecting transportation 45 (US 41) and SR S-331-A and and shall state the place of residenceand
to classes. Thirty-eight of Kitty Genovese's "The people who tand there devoted largely to car JOB NO. 34516-3601, SR S-331-A east of post office address of the claimant I
and jump!' not parking. Authority of Colorado's i the high court had this to Williston between SR 318 and SR 121. and shall be sworn to by the claimant,
The justices have been askedto neighbors in Kew Gar- say 'Jump are I Work consists of medium grading; 6" his agent his attorney and any such
dens, Queens, did the night of too different from those who antidiscrimination commission say: Llmerock Stabilized Base with Type 2 claim or demand not *o filed shall be : CAIIVASPloUd
order the county to levy taxes; Surf. Treat. and Incidental Items. void.
last March 13. only stand and watch and don't to order job-tests for a Negro "We have settled ,beyond Length 3.058 miles. NORMA MALTBY KIMBALLAs "
for desegregated schools, and to and Richmond question that no state may require ALACHUA COUNTY: FEDERAL AID executrix of the Last Will ( 0.F
Dr. Roth pilot was upheld ,
act in helpful
awn
a
way, :
declare unconstitutional the Could you crowd around the INTERSTATE PROJECT 1-75-2(30)112 and Testament of beasew .
man said. Va., was told it could not re- racial segregation of inter- (JOB NO. 2260-3411). SR U (RT. 75). Austin Llttlelohn Kimball, '
closing of county schools while glass doors or the stairwell of state intrastate transportation -Work consists of constructing a drain- deceased Wed. "NIGHT, MUST FALL"
or
First publication April 27, 1964.
age facility on right of roadway at a
office and watch
public schools elsewhere in Virginia an building a facilities. The question is point approximately 0.4 mile north of (32931_4:27; 5: 4, 11, 18
nude young woman pleading for the Marion-Alachua County line; and incidental -
remain open. Wallace. Isn't'Joke' no longer ; it is foreclosedas Items.
The Prince Edward case help as she fought off an alleged : litigable open issue." I Wage Rates: Minimum wage rates for One Full Pound w LUNCH . 65e up
.
rapist? And never moveto the Projects( ) included In this Notice 1 A2 DINNER . 85cu.
.
was one of the original school shall be $1.25 per hour.A
decided save her? .j. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Proposal Guaranty of not less than KG Sirloin ALFORD'SSteak
segregation cases by REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME five percent (5 per cent) of the total
Court 17 Forty people along East Tre- Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida Actual Bid, In the form of either a certified -
the Supreme on May to Rivals Statutes, notice Is hereby given that check cashiers check, trust company TOWER HOUSE
1954, and some court observers mont Avenue in the Bronx did'. the undersigned Elizabeth N. Plttman treasurers check bank draft of $195
and John T. Pittman doing business any national or state bank, or a Surety ))i< I \ 210 E. UNIVERSITY
in mid afternoon weeks
nave predicted that the case two under the firm name of The Little Bid Bond made. cavable to the Governor .
Gallery, 1121 W. University Ave. Gainesville of.F'lorlda,- accompany
today. of the State must
may be acted on finally next ago By JULES LOn a bigot in the name of toler- Alachua County, Florida Intendsto each bid. A check or draft in an amount
Could you stand on the shore 1 register said fictitious name under less than five per cent (5%) of the
When the Maryland Democratic ance. And if I'm a racist, so the provisions, of the aforesaid Statute actual bid will Invalidate the bid. Should r _
and watch two 10-year-old boys Dated at Gainesville Florida this 15 the Proposal Guaranty exceed ten per. __
!are the thousands who have day of May A.D., 1964. cent (ten per cent) of the Department'sestimate
drown and the lone who presidential primary
man ELIZABETH N. PITTMAN
It will be reduced automatically -
InTheCapitol i voted for me. But you know: (3352) 5:11.251; 6: 1, > (10 cent) of the
tried to save them almost lose campaign opened, Sen. Daniel to ten percent per
that's not the case. INVITATION TO BID Department's estimate. Certified checks
his own life and never shove] Browster, D-Md., said his opponent Bids are solicited for fornishlng following shall have State of Florida's Documentary
That point is one Wallace has to Sunland Training Center for Stamps attached. Bid Bonds
out in a boat to help? than! period covered. shall conform to SRD Form 114O (RevNovember .
nothing
Ten did at Atlantic City, N.J., was more been trying to establish for Eggs, Fresh Large Florida, Grade A; -*]) furnished with the Proposal -
"a dangerous joke." Approx. 480 Dor. Weekly. July 1, 1964. Form.
11 days ago. I years.In through June 30th, 1965. All work is to be done In accordancewith .
watched. Whatever Alabama Gov. 1956, when he was a mem- Opening Date: 2:00 P.M. EST, June the Plans, Specifications and Special
They only 16th 1964.Specifications. Provisions of the State Road De-
"Any of us could have been I George C. Wallace may seem! ber of the platform committeeat and bid forms may be obtained partment.
WASHINGTON (AP-In the upon request from: Plans and-or Proposal Forms may be
one of those people," said Dr.: to his foes few of them includ- the Democratic National Con- O. K. Matheny purchased by Qualified Contractors upon
news from Washington: I said Business Manager application to this office for $51.50 per
Smiley Blanton, a psychiatrist : Sunland Training Center, set. Extra sets of Plans for prospective
1 CIVIL RIGHTSDAMAGES: who with the Rev. Dr. Norman ing Brewster, actually regard "The South must let the world P. O. Box 508 Gainesville, bidders and plans for non-bidders. may
The has, : Florida be purchased for J20.60 per set. Orders)
Army proposed' 'paying Vincent. .Peale, cofounded the I him as a joke. know that racial segregation is (3351) 5: 1$. 25; 6: 1 for these documents should be directed
to the .Df l to the Engineer of Contracts, with checks
$66,913 University
American Foundation of Religion Indeed as Tuesday, day of the only sane, sensible and non- NOTICE OF INTENTION TO REGISTER payable to the State Road Departmentof
Mississippi for: damages caused FICTITIOUS NAME Florida. (These charges. include State
and Psychiatry Clinic, a I reckoning approaches almost a hypocritical way in which our Pursuant to Section 165.09 Florida Statutes Sales and Us. Tax. No refund will be
.by federal troops, but the U.S. nondenominational clinic here.I live in harmony to- notice is hereby given that the made.)
comptroller general's office has dozen Senate colleagues have I people can undersigned Waiter George Lavers doIng The right Is' reserved to relect any or
"The difference is, in most of gether. The propaganda that business under the firm name of all bids.STATE. "THE WORLD'S GREATEST ORCHESTRA"The
rejected the recommendation I come to Maryland to help Engineering Associates 1120 N.W. 55th ROAD DEPARTMENT OF FLORIDA -
us it lasts for only 30 seconds." has been purposely disseminated Street Gainesville, Alachua County. Florida -
Brewster and the I
which followed a claim from senator has ,
Intends to register said fictitious JOHN R. PHILLIPS Chairman ORCHESTRAEugene
the university.The The unwillingness of the public -! completely reversed his cam to the effect that those who name under the provisions of the aforesaid -JAY W. BROWN, State Highway Engineer PHILADELPHIA

damages were caused by to become involved caused, paign strategy. believe in segregation are anti- Dated Statute.at Gainesville, Florida, this 7th (3339) 5:11, IS

New York'City to print Negro is a downright lie." day of May. A.D., 1964. Director
police
federal troops sent in after the I Having referred to Wallace I Walter G.Lavers I ... I Ormandy,
& a pamphlet, "Law and Order is I The words could have come (3336) 5:11 18, 25; 4:1 :- =w-
1962 enrollment of stu-
Negro initially as "an outside agita
a Two-Way Street," two years: from any one of his campaign W THE COURT OF THE COUNTY
; dent James Meredith.A tor" who traffics in "half-truths JUDGE ALACHUA COUNTY FLORIDA 20.
ago. In reissuing it after ,the: speeches in Maryland, Wisconsin IN PROBATE.IN Wednesday May
spokesman for the and THlAflf ,
comptroller outright lies, Brewster RE: Estate of bRgv-N
general's office said Sun- Genovese slaying, Asst. Police or Indiana. But now he addsa Elizabeth Winters Welntraub .. __. .
Commissioner Walter Arm suddenly switched and declared Deceased.To -u-.A_' It. 20 r x'-sotf.

day if the university wishes to said: that Wallace, after all, was a postscript: these Claims All or Creditors Demands and Against Persons Said Having Es- NOW 3 LAFF HITS! 8:15 P.M.All .
"I've discovered in trips
press its claim it will have to visitor in the state and shouldbe ate: Open 7:00-Show 7:30
"This tendency to shy away North that there are many mil- You and each of you are hereby i Se. 2 Hits Lat As 9:40
to the U.S. court of claimsor inch
go treated courteously. notified and required to present any CARY Seats $2.06 tax
GRANT 7:30 I
to a federal district court. from reporting crimes is a lions of segregationists in the claims and demands which you, or either ,
"What has infuriated of you may have against the estate CHARADE.
common one. my opposition United States. Of course they checks to
Send
Mail orders token.
POVERTY: Peace Corps DI- : of Elizabeth Winters Weintraub deceased -
in Wisconsin, Indiana don't call themselves segregationists late of said County, to the
,) rector Sargent Shriver contendsthe Asked why, he replied: and Wallace County Judge of Alachua County. ADVANCE'TO Council University of Florida.
Maryland
now but they segregate. The Florida, at his office In the court houseof Lyceum
United
States end
can pov- "The whys are deep In said in an interview," "is that only real difference between I said County at Gainesville Florida THE REAR door.f:1JjIi4TTi1 .
erty in 10 if Congress very within six calendar months from the Tickets will be held at the
years the minds of those who shy they have portrayed me as a them and the people of Alabama time of the first publication of this GLENN FORD 9:40
-passes the administration'sjantipoverty notice. Each claim or demand shall be
away. The most common answer bigot and racist and some sort is that down there' we in writing. and shall state the placeof
program. residence and office Shirley Jones S Git YI't..vtA
post address
The reach we get is that they do not of dope, and it has backfiredon preach and practice the same of the claimant and shall be sworn tobY TICKLISH AFFAIR
program can want to get involved. The tendency 'em. the claimant Ms agent, his attorney -, ,
thing.
and aid 7 million American and any such claim or demand not 11:10STARTS STARTS TONIGHT!

families In its first year alone, to mind your own business "Folks just aren't fooled by Some close friends of Wallacesay so filed-s-IRVING shall be void.WEINTRAUBAs :

tends to be prevalent. someone who calls another man he definitely has fleeting executor of the Last Will FRIDAY Showtime 7:30 I
said Shriver, named by President and Tertament of
I "THE
Johnson to head the war "We don't ask for direct in- visions of the White House. Elizabeth Winters Weintraub SEVEN FACESOF

on poverty program. tervention. All we ask is a When asked, Wallace doesn't' First publication deceased April 27, 1964. DR. LAO" DEAN
3291) 4:27 5 4, 11, 1*. Uyj5ffsfeepinfiMyIWP"
deny it outright The most he ; :
In an interview Sunday on quick call to police. : Slaying

Dr. Esther Rothman will say is "I have no illusionsabout I
ABC's radio and television show a psychologist
: and of New the difficulty of a Southern FEATURES
principal
'Issues and Answers Shriver ,_(c, THEHOITESTQUZSTIONOFTHEDAY I
Suspect elected a tt,
.made light of Republican criticism York City's only public school governor being 1:00-3:10-5:20 II
.JP4t1' & rECHMCOtOR PANAVJSION
that the pending bill would for emotionally disturbed girls, president." 7:30-9:40 *, 4 \

jnake him a czar with too much said "There has always been Is JailedRobert Maryland Democratic Chair- I \"

power. this element of apathy amongus. man Harry Troth Gross nrpdicts JAMESJONESTHIllRE-D SLIZAIITH MAXIM az..A I,

PERSONNEL: Government ." Wallace will get about 25 -percent a liE TENDfR THE TOUGH : ,7 MOf.TCOMERY'BALSAMST.JOHJJ2e4 !

Dr. Blanton listed two Lamar Joiner one of of Tuesday's vote -Less
reasons
; departments and agencies, under a trio charged ,with slaying a KEIR DUllEA ? LLI
of why people didn't help: than either of the other prim- I $ Sr
the prodding President ,
-"The innate problem of hate Waldo Road grocer April 29, aries he has entered. Other observers I -,. FEATURE
: have I
Johnson
again lowered resentment savagery and brutality was released from Ala c h u a say it will be closer to L ARTHUR- gre t solider. 1
'their personnel ceilings. General and net a reat ,
which is in all of us. You Hospital jailed '40 per cent man. ,
The White House said the new '
Saturday.He .
only have to look at what Ger-
jnove will cut an additional 8'i)65 ,- I STARTS WEDNESDAY! }
many did during the war to apparently was seriously ,

) Jobs ..by the end of the year. realize how .much hate there Is wounded during a gun battle I'!, ..... ,,-' ACADEMY AWARD.' I

Johnson previously said personnel 'S w-n-w ++. ; WINNER! j
in the unconscious mind of with the grocer. If '

ceilings would' be reducedby many people. Only through the He was left on the steps of K 4k# f d' C&I 'W! f:7: i
6,526 by the end of the year. ,
grace of God can we overcome Alachua General Hospital minutes I .. ,
Thus. 15,191 positions will be that." .. ...., ,& !! P., outTones ,
after R. T. *.
Culpepper was
eliminated in the submitted .. .. .: !.. .
budget
"There must have been found dead in his ,store. He at I ,1 -tbW 'd"a.u II

to Congress in January. something lh-the situation that first wasn't expected to live. 114 NW.13h.Alt: to Ocala FR 6-6472 \_ A usnuicaai, ammUL' f I I




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12 Male Help Wanted llIlhIUIIII"I"tlll"" ""'''''''''' '''''fldUtIIUIIIILlIIIIlIltllIllllhlIlIBIIIJI"'MIlISIIIIIIIUtf!lI'IIIItIInIIIIl"I
33 LOTS FOR SALE 35 Houses for Sal
35'Housel for Sol 1


I WANTEDHAVE WANTED one bus-boy. Apply LOTS S22 NW 39th Ave. 2 BR furnished. s.

in person between 10:00 and Large lot near school 2 car garage 3 BR Fla. Rm, Carol Estates, WANT-AD RATESPH.

12.04 A. A. to the head waitress. Near new V.A. Hospital,. 5 Acres. hobby workshop. Qui k near schools. Pay low equity
Hotel Thomas 615 N.E. 2nd St. Call sale. $6995. Terms. Owner FR 6- & assume VA loan with $77.94 1-

MEN to train as route salesmen. MARY MOELLER REALTOR :3604 weekends. mo. payments. Ph. 376-0539. 372-8441

, YOU CLASSIFIED Guaranteed All company salary benefits.while Paid training.'IIa- 1019. W._ UniV FR 6-44 3: BEDROOM home extra large EXTRA VALUE air-conditioned 3 <

cations insurances. Apply in rooms. hardwood floors. N.E. sec: BR home Paneled Family for -
-
person
to Borden's Dairy 2420 NE I 34 Waterfront PropertyON tion. Large shady lot. FR 6- Room adlojning living dining
19th Dr.. 5556. area for extra spaciousness electric -
ANYOFTHESEI Gainesville. range and dishwasher. Assume Classified OnlyDEADLINES' .
CARPENTER with own tool THE GULF SEEING IS BELIEVING Indoo r- 4Vi per cent GI mortgage. gi
Phone 372-0411 for Interview. outdoor Florida living at Its Will consider financing balance.
Cedar Key Shores best. In addition to the usual this See this unusual buy at 2213 NE
DRAFTSMAN
full time permanent house has; a covered garden, 7th Ter.
position. Experience in civil engineering &: Other Properties extra large screened porch, patio I
Dial drafting required. 5 day central heating air-con Now Tues. thru Fri. papers-S p.m. Day before publication I
week. 2 wk. paid vacation. Group David Andrews ditioning and many other team Investigate J For ads to go In Sun. paper-12:00 a.m. Sat. B

I life & hospitalization avail. For Cedar Key. 3841 es. 561 N.W. 58th St. Durant. Es- LARGE WELL ESTABLISHED I For ads to go In. Mon. paper-I pjn. Sat.
THINGS TO SELL? S
_appt.-call FR 2-2591. tates. FR 2-0954. GROCERY STORE for sae: with

WANTED experienced GM trained WINFRED H. CRAWFORD complete Inventory. Be your own (Minimum ad 4 lines)
Reg. Broker 2 BR, CCB, terrazzo floors, tiled boss and make a comfortab I
mechanic. Start work Immediat coecalizinnLAKE : I"
They'll Bring You Extra Cash ly. Must own tools. Salary guar. PROPERTIES -ACRE- bath furnished or unfurnished living. 11 miles from Gainesvillein FAMILY RATES

anteed. Gateway Chevrolet, Inc. AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose Small down payment with pay- small town with business already 11

Rugs Starke. Fla. 964-3900. GR 5-2981. ments of $55 per mo. Cal FR 6- established. The price and Insertion ......... ..................................... Sic Una I

LAKE GENEVA. 1524. terms are reasonable. Call us for E 3 Insertions .............................................. 22c line

v.\\ Guns 376-4672 )3-Help Male or Female Wood bedroom paneling 2 bath, contemporary.open nearly beame new.d 3 STUDENT CCB home.sacrificing Partly furnished 2 bedroom, including full details. 12 4 "Insertions-sertlons ::::::::::..:.:'::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::. 17c 14c line line 5 Ii-

ceiling t h r 0 ugh 0 u t. Roman appL and washing mach EXTRA SPECIALJUST E Total charge computed by multiplying total lines x rate
bath. 13 minutes from Univ., few 02 ed x number of Insertions. eam-I-
Large screened patio.
4. Tools 100% GUARANTEELarge Work shop carport.. 2 acre, blocks to grade school. Ig lot. LISTED Your children can
/convenient type grocery white sandy beach. $32,500. Melrose $9,500. 4117 N.W. llth St. FR 2- walk to Littlewood and Westwoud
-
Chain needs 46o5 After 530. schools. New 3 bedroom 2 bath
husband
\ and wife GR 5-5661.
Boats team to Manage convenient type on paved dead-end street. Built in S Five letter words per lined
Grocery In Gainesville. Cash CBS HOME 3 BR, 2 bath, LR OR RENT or sale, easy terms 2 BR, kitchen: fireplace: in family
Bond required. Call 376-9264. large Fla. room & utiL Rm. on CB steelroof deep well W acre. room 2 car doted: garage. Central
Tents extra large lot. Keystone Lake 20 mm. Gainesville. Phone 466- Heat and Air Cond. Avail Same as 2 lines I,
PLACEMENT SERVICE 2 blocks to business dist.. closeto 3224, Micanopy. able in June. Financing: can be I 8 Pt. ordinary type

Office. Professional school, churches. Total price 3 blks. from Finley school. 3 BR, arranged at no cost to you. Call
Books Announcements Technical $21,000 terms. By owner, phone 1 bath. dining rm., screened for appointment to see. 1 ) Pf Same as lines
College Graduates 1 .
For 4734336.AIR porch garage. $16,600. 1735 NW == ordinary type
appt. call 372-6377 7th PL FR 28553.TEMPTING.
Plants 11).12:00 A.M. 2-4:00 P.M. CONDITIONED. gas heat. ALACHUAREALTY 4 lines
l :. 3 LOST & FOUND Monday through Friday completely furnished 2 bedroom BUY 1 18 Pt.ordinary type
PERSONNEL CENTER house on Cowpen Lake, 22 miles 3 Bedroom 2 bath. kitchen built- II
s Pianos FOUND Black & tan female pup 102 NW 2nd Avenue East of Gainesville. Price S3,800. in, family room, central heat and
.* py. 304 NW 35th Street. Phone Terms available. Phone FR 6- air conditioning. Fenced back

372-9684. Cashler-hostMs Exp. secretaries, attractive salary open 3672 yard. Outside city limits. Priced Associates 24 Pt Same -s lines

; Stoves Lost between Florida National Bank White houseKeeper, $25 wk. SWANKY: Large 2 tiled bath very N.w. 36tn reasonably.Street. Located Phone FR 3945 6- Arie Member T. Smith,Multiple Realtor Listing ordinary type
and Woolworth's olive g r e en Bookkeeper, eaiary: open 'Year around Home' on Little 2969.
Lady Buxton wallet very little Exp. Waltrev, salary & comm. Santa Fe Lake. Commuting distance Mabel Gore Associate 03 5
j Radios money; contains identification pa- Exp. mecharlcs: ; 1st Fed. Mtg. $15.000. Assume ARCHER ROAD, 3V* miles from 635 N.E. 1st-St.- 376-2448
pers. Contact Marian Hull FR 2- Store trainee, hi schL grad. & own for $3,60000 cash Med. Center and new V. A. Hos. The Gainesville Sun will/ not be responsible for more than one =
8441 Off. trainee, hi schl. grad. down I IUNUSUAL pital, new 3 BR. tile bath cca PARRISHPRESENTS incorrect insertion, nor will It be lIable for any error In adver- 1
i Skates Tree surgeon foreman, $2 hr. home. $10,900. Call FR 20844. tisement to a greater extent than the cost of the sace occupied i
4 PERSONALIZED! SERVICE Auto salesman Exp. : a nicely: furnIshed 5 by the Hem bt the advertisement. No adjustment will/
Short order grill man home on COWPEN Lake wit h $400 DOWNAssume 5 be T&rt on menT' that "* not materially/ effect the value of
TrunksJewelry Insurance trainee, $100 wk. amazing opportunity for development 72 the
LEARN TO DRIVEl Special attention Route salesman. Levy Co. because of 'King Size' Loan at $96 per mo. for my
to nervous or elderly. CONNELL EMPLOY. AGY. frontage. 880000. Good Terms. 3 bedroom, 2 Bath, Fla. Room
120 SE 1st Ave. ASKI Home. By Owner. 1937 N.E. 7th Gainesville Sun
i Easy Way Driving School. FR pie rese-ves the privilege of revising or itlectmg a
3 70M Lie by State pf Fla. Phone 376-8234 ARCH CAMPBELL REALTORPh. Terrace: after 5 P.M. NEW LISTING Here Is a per 82 any advertisement whIch it deems oblectlonal and to:3:

HOUSEWIVES and students ambitious 376-5707 ANYTIME. SPACIOUS 2 story 4 bedroom 2 feet home, beautiful and spaciousfor 3 chance the! classification' Of any advertisement from that =
Bicycles 6 SPECIAL NOTICES bath frame house. Swimmingpool. gracious living located In a dered tit conform to.the policy
,
extra .
earn money. no BEAUTIFUL lot on the Suwannee choice: weststd location this 4 paper.M 01'-1
car needed, your own hours. River at Rock Bluff. Call 3764160 N.E. Phone FR 3738.. bedroom 3 bam home with swim ::

f TV Sets SELLING Out _Call Barry 774-8948 8 to 12. :CENTRAL AIR CONDITIOING ming pool and lovely patio, living ...__._ !i
All stock cash & Grocer. tiiWlWllllWWIIIIIII.AIWIIII1/JIIIIWI"UDnUIIII-11JIIiII! !BIIlIl1l1mmIllIllll
carry. room with fireplace separate IfIllIlIIIHlIII"rwuwlllWlllllllWlil
,- less paints drugs, tackle etc. 14-Sales Help Wanted 35 Houses for Sale FENCED REAR YARDA dining room large family room, I
ClothingCameras at discount. Cross Creek Trading complete home: WalMo-wa carpets and drapes Included. 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sol

Post phone 2697.. PART-TIME service route for a",.- carpets.. draperies- central air loads of storage space, central I
.
TRY DIADAX TABLETS (former. bltlous. reliable resident of Alj- FOR Sale or trade. New 4 BR. conditioning-Chambers fenced rear yard. heat and air conditioning. PROF. Moving. Sacrifice price. 3
Quality gas oven
ly Dex-A-Diet New name. chua County with phone and home located in Westmoreland! shallow Br. 2 bath wooded lot 140 x 210. FOR SALE BY OWNER spacious:
and hood. Use of
I same formula, only 98 cents. Ca- car. Fuller Brush Company, Estates. On city sewers pavedSt well raoge to keep lawn and ELEGANT AND EXPRESSIVE Faculty neighborhood. 3434 S. W. 3 BR. 2 bath Fla. Rm.. close
., nova's Drug Store, 37 N. Main phone 27117.OPPORTUNITY. 2 Ig bath Rms., Ig. family Shrubs pump in present luscious: con- Relax and enJoy life and your 20th St. to scnool.: Littlewood Estates. $24.
Antiques St.DUE. Rm. & living Rm., dining area. sink In family In this 3 bedroom, 2 bath --- 500. Reasonable down payment.
dition. Vanitled
KNOCKS! Central heat built.in kitchen Including laundry home. Large Irving room. wall to 920 NW 37th Ter. Phone 3725733.
to divorce I have a like new You've read about fabulous Village GE dishwasher. 2 courtyards connecting utility room. Large wall carpet and brick fireplace. NEW
.S Furniture 1964 model Zig Zag, Automatic Green. Nowhelp sell itl living room. separate dining Separate dining room modern SMALL DOWN PAYMENT 3 Br.
\ walk to schools: close to
sewing machine: that does ev Excellent earning opportunity for U of f 6. medical center FHA room. Three large bedrooms. kitchen: plus a lovely scree: ned Fla. Rm., large fenced yard In
I erything. We would like someone licensed Real Estate salesman. $22,700. Down payment $1,700 Hugh Edwards. Inc. 372-1551. patio on a large beautiful lot. LISTINGSTHEIR 000.beautiful Idylwiid. Priced at $14.-

j .. Livestock to take up payments of $6.00 Allen Dorman sales manager. Immediate occupancy. Drive by $450 DOWN

per mo. Small balance. Ph. 372- Hugh Edwards, Inc:. 372-1551 1027 NW 40th Drive. Call Butler! 3 bedrooms and 2 baths, central .GOOD BUY Owner leaving town LOSS could be gain NEAT and CLEAN Spacious 3
2051. heat screened porch and large and must sell 4 bedroom, 2 bath your -
I Diamonds 2 Automobile salesmen. Experiencenot Brothers 3729545 dally 376-9048 See this excellent listing. T h ree Br. Home in Excellent Condition
family room, beautifully land- home living .room family room,
niqht.
ATTENTIONI
necessary. Ridgwav Motor bedroom two bath centrally heat on extra large, lovely gar.
with back fenced built-in kitchen: and scr e e d
n e
scaped : yard
Nicks: Shoe Repair & Hat Shop, Co. 1132 S. Main Street. FR 8-8433 FOR SALE ed and air conditioned house with den lot. Price only $12,200.
609 W. Univ. will close 15th by owner modern i 3 near schools and shopping, $15.001 porch. central heat and cent r a I
Fish Poles May bedroom house In Carol air Florida Room and screened porch
Estates. 611 N. W. 34th Drive. Call any- conditioning. Priced to sell.
to Sept. all I
) Pick-up re a r
work. p 16 Work Wanted Female Furnished or unfurnished. Assume time overlooking a spacious landscaped I DAN BYRDASSOCIATES

Gl I loan or refinance. Best Ralph Realtor SUMMER COMFORT You must garden.
Used Cars NOT DIVORCED and I have a STUDENT stenographers available offer Call 376-8414. FOSSEYDick see this attractive 3 bedroom, 2 INC.
brand new 1964 model automaticZig will work by the hour. HoweilsBusiness bath home located in a choice: $400.00 DOWN and $3000 per ,
N.W. Section, 3 Br.
2 baths large RobinsonAssociatePh. month will buy this three bedroom Jack DeYot
Zag Sewing Machine northwest Realtor
that with
College 211 W. Univ. carport and utility. Paved street, 376-1359 area swimming house with Florida Room.
Auto TiresAquariums does everything. We would like Associates
Ave. Ph. 376-3507. pool shuffle board court, modern
cUrbing. excellent condition, 11 W. Ave.
University Range and refrigerator included. Walter Stoddard Chris Stone
someone to take up payments of built-In kitchen, family room, central
$550 per month total price: WANT |Job as practical nurse or rear Terrace well landscaped. "Selling Florida Since 1906"FHA heat and air conditioning. Emmett Holloway
$5450. 115 W. UnlV. Ave. FR 6- companion. Call FR 6-6319. Reasonable 3725756 FINANCING BR, 2 bathhouse 2 bedroom masonry horn and 3.34 825 NW. 13th St. 3722511

1075. :3 BR 2 bath. house for sale. Total 1806 NW 38th Terr. Only UNDER $10,000. New 3 bedroom ACRES OF LAND ONLY V/t Call Night or Day
17 Work Wanted Male cost Call FR Arnold homes miles from the city limits. $l.-
511500. 2-6936. $91.27 per month. Phone built under FHA specifications -

I Row Boats Coty Line Away WRINKLES? 2300 sq. ft. of luxury living. 4 Realty FR 2-3522 for appt. and available to qualif I led 000 DOWNI Redf ranksRealestate
with No
$5 plus Tax WORK WANTED all around bedrooms. CH & AC. CompleteGE YOU will like the colors in this buyers FHA financing. BLACK ACRES We have 2 lovely
Golf Clubs Odi's Pharmacy presser, full time fob. Phone 3727874 kitchen. 2 yrs. old. $31,500. :3 BR, IVj bath home. If you closing costs and no city: taxes. 3 bedroom 2 bath masonry
116 Central Plaza (Next to Wlnn Flexible terms. FR 6-3569. 529 don't. owner will change 'em. Best Phone for further details. homes in this very desirable area. ,
Dixie) I.D.L. Drugstore. NW 58th St. buy at $15,750. Fenced: yard WW CALL US FOR DETAILSI
WESTSIDE. New residential subdivision
18 Schools & Instructions Carpets and drapes. Call FR 2-
FHA House for sale NE sectionat Located
opening
TypewritersMotorcycles 8 3784 at 719 N.W. 19th Lane. soon. on MODERN FLORIDA
Baby Sitters. Child Car appraisal value of $10,000. or see Newberry Road. Just $500.00 ACREAGEWe have several STYLE
$300 down low large and small tracts of land HOME The large living
payment monthly HIGHLANDS brick over hollow tile down, 5 years on balance.
Real Estate Exam payments. 3 BR. 1 bath, car 2 story residence, Spanish archi available. CALL US NOWI room., dining area. Fieri d a
TINY TOT port, large storage. Call after tecture. 3 BR, 2 tiled baths, M. M. ParrishAND room & outdoor patio and
walled
COURSE 6:00 P.M. FR 6-4774. tiled breakfast nook kitchen -In garden beyond the
Used TrucksRefrigerators PLAY SCHOOL: ATTEND First lesson free.HOWEll'S beamed ceiling. Living and rm. ASSOCIATES INC. John Merrill sliding glass wall llterall y
BUSINESS COLLEGE FOR only $450 down, $9127 per flow Into each other :3 large
with fireplace, separate B I ning MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTING
Visit us and see for yourself. COLLEGE 218 W. Untv. Ave month payments, you can qualify bedrooms 2 baths, modern
screened sundeck, I. Wayne Hill Helen Graham Realtor
24 SE 8tt St. FR 4-78C. FP 6-3507. 3723727. for 4 BR, 2 bath home, 1806 room porches built-in kitchen. CENTR A L
NW 38th Terr. Will paint inside utility basement with new o 11 I Carolyn Gardenhtr Mary Parrish LISTING AIRCONDITIONED for the
PLANNED program awaits your MEN & women 18 to 55 to train for & outside completely. For appt.to central heating system, ducted for 19 NE First St. Tel. 3725375 MULTIPLE Phone 372-1494 long hot summer ahead. If
pre-school youngster at JACK CIVIL SERVICE I see call 372-0481. air conditioning. Priced under ASSOCIATESMARCELLA you enloy truly MODERN
Baby Buggies & JILL NURSERY SCHOOL. $25,000. See at 530 NE 7th Ave. LAKE FRONT
Examinations. FLORIDA
For informationsend PARDI LIVING
Music Drograms educational I SACRIFICE $2400 equity for $700 corner Blvd. for appt. phone FR you
address & Phone should call us now to
name No. I cash. Total cost only $11,427. W. H. BUCKHANNAN see
film-strips. 28245.
45-5.15
Mon..FrLJ Key Training Service. 112 W. Modern BR IV this. ONLY $22,000.
Electric Motors 1331 S.W. 13th 3 bath home.
St. FR 63900. Adams St., Jacksonville. Near schools. Refrig., elec. 3 BR CCB house, corner lot fenced: EstateFor MCKINNEY

Child Care in my home. Fenced range air cond, and drapes.No back yard, 4 yr. equity. 2215 CLOSE TO UNIVERSITY GOLF
S Farm yard Reasonable rates. Good PRIVATE MoringJr" High. qualifying. 1432 NE 14th Ter. NE 15th Terr. FR 25538 after GREEN COURSE & Campus. Cozy
and first Col.
Machinery references. Phone 372.3713. yr. Experienced. Phone 3764068.BY 4:00 P.M. the discriminating home buyer 3 bedroom 1 bath homen
qualified tutor, reas. rates. call that wants the advantages of est led under spread
KIDDIE KORT after 5.00 3726276.SPEEDWRITING. OWNER, FINLEY AREA. 2 ARMY. Officer: transferred must the country and the conveniencesof DEATONREALTORS oaks. Only 11.000 with g
: Store Equipment Shorthand Bedroom, separate dining room. sell 3 BR. 2 bath, Fla. room. the city this Is the home for $350 DOWN and appx. $70
Child care center FR 2-6667 TYPING BOOKKEEPING Large secluded screened porch. In N. W. Near School.: $15,500. you. Custom designed and built per mOo SHOWN BY APPT.
Fireplace, lovely yard,.walking Negotiate equity. FR 2-5043.: for the wooded lot
large
Infant's EXCELLENT care for infant or HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE over J. J. FinleyIf ONLY. Call 6-0817.
Clothing child in my home. References. 218 W. Univ. Ave. FR 6-3507. distance to University. FR 2- KOREANVETERANS looking the water you will love
Phone FR 6894J.Employment. 9757. the foyer, the spacious living you have a large family and JUST OUTSIDE CITY LIMITS -

Machines LIKE NEW .3 BR. 2 Bath, Lg room with fireplace, roomy kitchen want plenty of room, this nice We now have several
Sewing U. S. CIVIL SERVICE TESTS! L.R, with fireplace.: D.R- built including range, refrigerator home will serve you well 4 B. homes listed which are lust
in kitchen enclosed patio. 2 Only $100 down. N.W. New 3 dish washer and deep R. 2 bath Fla. Room Central outside the city limits I
Office Men-women, 18-52. Start high as car carport,' central aircond.and BR, 1 and 2 Bath Homes. Im- freezer, separate dining room, 4 Heat Ideally located within 3 where TAXES UTILITIESARE
EquipmentS $102.00 a week. Preparatory trainIng heating. Near schools. medlata occupancy. All city services lovely bedrooms, 2ft baths, anda blocks of the school Paved LOWER but where
11 FEMALE HELP WANTED until appointed. Thousands of Priced to sell. 3505 N.W. 13th : 3 blks. to elementary and 12x45 front screened porch. streets Beautiful shaded lot you can still enjoy all the
Movie lobs open. Experience usually un Ave. Tel. 2-6795. lunior high schools. Price $12,250 The 2098 sq. ft. of living area This property Is in excellent con ma lor conveniences of city
Equipment necessary. FREE Information on to $15,000 including brick colo Is centrally heated and air conditioned dition Priced under 17,000 Can living. Call vs about these.
BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORSEarn lobs, salaries requirements. Write :3 BR., 1 bath, CCB home. Stove, nials. Total monthly paymentsfrom by 3 A-C units. An add be FHA financed with low down

Furniture up to $5 per hour demonstrating TODAY giving name, address and refrigerator, air conditioner $75. Located N.W. 39th St.. ed feature is the University payment Let us Shew you BEFORE YOU BUY let us show
Nursery famous Studio Girt phone. Lincoln: Service Box 41OM, Central heat. Drive by 2503 N.E. N.W. 13th and 14th Place. Call tested 19 man bomb shelter located this fine property before you you this NEARLY NEW
Cosmetics. Full or Part Time. c/o Gainesville Sun. 10th Terr then call 376-5890. 2-9545 daily and 6-9048 nights. lust outside the city limIts buy. Call/ FR 23617. home with well establish
Phone 376-4336 after 6. this is an exceptional buyCALL .
ed yard. 3 large bedrooms.
Materials BY OWNER, SW. Area. 3 Bed- BUTLER BROS.LITTLEWOOD .
Building US NOW FOR FULL DE.
BE A FASHION room, 2 bath home, central heat TAILSIIf Good ValueYou 2 glamorous baths.lvl/ n groom -
28 Livestock & Supplies hardwood floors. 2-car garage. AREA of entertainment II z*
SHOW DIRECTORNO Lot 105 4 BR 3 bath 2050 ft. will find In this 3 B.R. 1 bath proportions separate dining-
Outboard Motors x 127. $800 down. $94 per sq. living
delivering you are looking for a fine IN- home in the Northwest area. room panelled F I lor Ida
or collecting car
month. 126 SW. 40th St. or call: area. central heat, built In kit.
WANT AN ECONOMICALLY COME call
PROPERTY
necessary. Connie Robbins. FR us to Only $ OO.OO down and $88.00 a room with old brick fir..
FR 22727. 1 blk. from Westwood Jr. High
PRICED FEED? Then try CPA this 3 bedroom home with
6-1968 after 6:30 p.m. see month Call FR 3617.. place. Oak strip fl o o r s.
Sports Equipment Cooperative Mills 16 per cent BR, 2 Datns Ig. LR walk.In 2 blks. from Littlewood elem. an attached 2 bedroom apt. Both Central heat & AIRCONDU
"SARAH COVENTRY"UNDER Production Dairy, part pulleted. .3 closets dishwasher, Sm. down school. Ideal for Ig. family or completely furnished and only TIONING. Big modern kit.
new management. OpenIngs Ideally suited for feeding on payment VA mtg.. Swim pool family and elderly persons. $13,300. Apt. Is rented for $7000 LittlewoodHere chen including Disposal,
Vacuum Cleaners for fashion directors. Part pasture. Special for May only. privileges 376-1583 after 5. Priced for Immed. sale. 3449 per month.REDUCED Is the house that will suit Dishwasher, Built-in s t ova
N.W. 13th Ave. 3722893.
time or full time. For appoint. FMX Gainesville or Alachua. your needs. It has the location- & oven, RefrIgerator &

ment call 3727049. Phone FR 2-1095 or 461-2105. I H.SWIM E. 4 BR CLUB, 2 bath MEMBERSHIP, Lg. L.. R. kitchen : NE 2 yrs. Old 3 BR, I bath Beautiful lot In right by the school. It has 3 B.R Washer. Double attached
Fishing Equipment Black: Acres: University
HELP turn time into REG. Hotstelrt heifer, 23 mos. I and screened porch Air-condi C/H, screened porch, patio near 2 baths Fla. room Kitchen eon- Garage with plenty of storage -
your spare Golf Course now only $3.200. .
old with 1st heifer calf. TB tioner stove refrig. d-washer, $500 bin at/on/ Central heat. It Is room. Convenient westside
money. No soliciting or deliver. near elem. & Junior High,
Washing Machines ing. Adjust your own working 81 Bang tested. $195. FR 63826or VA loan. Down payment flexible. dn.. $75 mo. FR 22774. priced: right only $16.500 Can location. Asking LESS
hrs. For appointment call 2-8864. 3721854. JOHN MERRILL be FHA financed One yr. ,old- THAN $25,500 Call 4-0817
4-BEDROOM BRICK
Owners have left town and must for appointment to see
372-7049 30 PETS & SUPPLIES 14,775 up ON YOUR LOT. Open Brick colonial rancher on large REALTORMULTIPLE sell. You should Investigate before
Heating Equipment 5 COCKTAIL waitresses at Beautiful House Sundays, I to 6 p.m. Designed wooded lot. Cherry paneled living you buy. Call FR 23617. Claude M.Red" Franks, Realtor
Ocean Beach resort In Flori & engineered by U. S. room decorator wall. Huge LISTING Myrtle Lasslter AssociateWm.
Musical Instruments da. Ages 21-30. Starting June 20th. ENGLISH shepherd puppies. Good Steel Corp.. Homes Division. 2100 Florida room with glass doors PHONE 372.1494ASSOCIATES ASSOCIATESJ. E. "Bill" Harris. Associate
$33-$!00 week. Phone 376-0676 between for watch stock and pets. FR sq. ft. 3 BR, 2 bath, air cond.. opening to screened outdoor livIng : Fred Guy Jayne Butterworth 7 N.E. 1st Street Phone 3760817les.
5 and 7pm. 2-0033. brick veneer, 2 car garage. 1801 area. Inside laundry room. MARCELLA PARDIW. Col. J. W. Davis R. J. Wiltshire 3727943 or 376-2927
NW 36th Dr. Alachua: Homes Two magnificent full baths. A H. BUCKHANNAN Multiple Listing MEMBER. MULTIPLE LISTING
S Camping Equipment WAITRESS wanted at Howard GERMAN shepherd pups AKC, all Inc. Call Frank Thomas FR 6- doctor's personal home. Hugh
Johnson's Restaurant, evening shots, ready to go. Shown week 6690. Edwards, Inc. 3721551.
shift, apply in person only days after 7 P.M., all day Sat.
Plumbing EquipmentChildren's 2830 NW. 13th St. and Sun. Set Don Carney, 3501 AN exciting home with space excellently NO DOWN PAYMENT 3 BR.. 2 IN THE
NW 18th Ter. built, air conditioned, bath Central heat central air
WANT a beautiful business and 3 BR 2 Bath family room and cond. Northwest. $19,000 Call
Playthings have fun. too? COW: and hog dog puppies for fireplace now being completedby 376-2927.
4 Phone 376-1480 sale. M Leopard Vt bull, V curr. Lloyd Myrick, Builder In
homes
CITRA. Two 2 BR
IN
from 10 A.M. to 5 P.M.. Monday. $18 to $25. Phone 4812545 aft- Wimberly Estates, outside city
for sale. $2500 each or we
Electrical Appliances Wednesday & Friday, no other er 5:30.SIAMESE. limits. N. W. 36th Terr. off will move houses. $150 down

time please.PHYSICIAN'S. KITTENS, 8 weeks old, N. W. 39th Ave. Offered for $22 and $50 monthly. Call Mrs.

Aide: Type; meet sealpomt $20 ea. SIAMESE 500. Phone 25689. James L. Bowdin Newberry,
Dogs Cats Parakeets public keep records. Salary I mother cat 2 yrs. old, $15 with WEST VILLA ESTATES Fla. 472-2258.
according: to ability and exper carrying crate. Phone 376-8996. 2005 NW 37th Blvd. 4 BR. 2 tiled

ience. Ph. 376-2608 for applica MINIATURE Dachshund: Puppies I bath, wall-to-wall carpeting central OH MOM !

tion. AKC 2 males and 2 heating, built in kitchen SUN
registered You'll love this 3 bedroom, 2 bath
DIVISION MANAGER females have had shots $50. includes dishwasher. Located on beauty at top Northeast location.
LEADING Direct Sales Companyhas Phone 6-3900. 2923 N g. 10th St. large wooded lot with circle: Terrazzo floors G.E. built in NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA
drive Orig. cost $20,000. balance
opening for full-time man oven and range. Newly redecor-
NINE week old American shepherd $17.330. payments
ager. Must have car phone, ex- Equity $600 ated. $15.500. $600 down. FHA.
Nothing will sell it faster perience in Direct Selling. No pups male, well and marked female, registered $35. mo.incl. Phone taxes 372-9172.and Ins. $143 per Pay only $101 per month Including BOATS & MOTORS

parties. Comm. For Interv lew Phone 6-3470. taxes and insurance. _ BOATS & MOTORS OUTDOOR RECREATION
write D. Cox P.O. Box 7471 Orlando VERY NICE 5 room house. Has HUGH EDWARDS
giving resume of past ex FLUFFY kittens need a good oak parquet floors patio with WHO WOULD UKE THE 76th 24" GRILLS
perience. home. They're black and white barbeque. and a rock water-fall HUNTER Fiberglass Flahieg 12' Plywood fishing boat.
INC. AND
HOOD-SPIT MOTOR
and Persian. 6 wks. old. Is cen
part school
FOR Work In photo finishing lab. near and shopping Boat Introduced by FRANK 149.50 $10.99
Apply Ro-Mo Color Lab, 513V: We art giving them away. Call ter. Only $10,400. Call 475-4381 In NE. 16th Ave. & 15th St. PHILPOTT? GOOD YEAR SERVICE STORES

W. Untv. Ave. 23757. Melrose. 372-1551. EASY T E R M S OR CENTRAL THE TACKLE BOX 72S N. Mala 372.3537"TIIa

than theGAINESVILLE Black thoroughbred Miniature Poo- WHY PAY RENT? CHARGE
FEMALE. 24-35. Work ':30
; age die. $50. Phone FR 2-8352. New homes 9500. 3 bedroom. tile J. W. Heart Of East Gainesville"
*.M. to 5:00 P.M.. 4 days per
bath $65 month. Located on FRANK PHILPOTT'S Check with 'arlle
week.week. Starting Restaurant salary experience$45 per FREE! 2 kittens. Call 376- S. E. 45th per Terrace. Also some KIRKPATRICKCHARM SPORT CENTER FR 2-1191. list of ClassIfications te chooIt

helpful but nat necessary. Phone 5350. trade-ins. Call FR 22372. Home of HUNTER Flberass/ _ from
6-0924 for appt. or apply 110 NE DACHSHUND puppy. Red Female. WESTWOOD LITTLEWOOD In a colonial manner on a Fishing Boats.
16th Ave. Sandwich Inn. weeks old. All shots. $49. Walking distance to schools. 3 comer lot In Black Acres. Brick ALACHUA COUNTY'S
Phone Klngsley Lake 533-2493. B R, 2 baths home In Skyline and frame dbl-hung windows with --where Quality Sells Itserf' ONLY DEALER Skiing SwImmIn -DIvJn .

12 Mol Help Wonted Heights. Study hardwood floors. shutters fireplace, carpet 3 bedrooms JOHNSON
SUN 33 LOTS FOR SALEBY built-in range l> oven. Cent. 2 baths two car ga FR2 14th RA SEA Fishing Equipment.
heat. Shaded back yard. Call rage. $2180400 2-i'r' 6-6893 HORSE MOTORS

ARCHITECT or senior draftsman 376-0862. SPECIAL In so many ways: Size- SALES AND SERVICE Safety Items.
OWNER 3 bedrooms. 2 baths MOIl. Thru FrL U lun SaL 9-4 Lone Star Boats. Orlando Clipper
permanent position salary open. BEAUTIFUL wooded lot. 900 blockof FOR SALE BY OWNER. NW section Area Littlewood Boats. Ski SUpplies. Sailing rigs. GolfIng EqulJlfMftt.
Box 790. Lake City. Fla. baths
3 bedroom. 2 tile .
N.W. 22nd Street. HO xlSV. Bonus A playhouse BAIRD'S MARINE
IMMEDIATE opening for staion : Also lot in Gwynn Oaks 200'x- built hi appliances. double carport Terms Very flexIble T'E qu I pm.-
paved street, connected to 601 S. MAIN ST.
manager trainee. Salary p I us 18V with view and privilegesof Price $14,400.00Mortoage
commission free group Insur. Clear Lake. 376-5109 sewer. Small down payment. fft pet. _ _ Baseball EQUipment.
.' ance, paid vacation: & other com Days phone 372-3826. After 6 SPACE for your grand piano space
NICELY wooded residential lot
WANT ADS benefits good opportunityfor I PJM._316-4774- full-size buffet for SWIMMING POOLS Where to Fiah.
pany
330x300, on paved road NW of for your space Slln Want Ads
advancement for right man. : town approximately 3Vi m I lea FOR SALE BY OWNER spacious your king-size bed. end elbow
Ag limit 25 to 50. Apply 1025 from city limits. $3, 00 cash or 3 BR. 2 bath. Fla. Rm.. closeto room for you and all the family
N. Main St. I BE CAREFREE Plus many many more.
schooL Estates.
20 pet. down with up to S yrs. Littlewood too.Superior
,.-, t. pay. Call 372-0331. S2 ,500. Reasonable down pay .construction and reasonably
ment. 920 NW 37th Ter. Phone priced: at $24.500.00. Elllov a dean and healthy pool.
FURNITURE FOR SALE 108 X 150 lot with well 3725738. LAKE ROSA frontage and a year G et Results Master Pool Service Inc. ADVEBTUE IN THE
S and 600 gaL septic tank fenced. round modern, masonry, 3 bedroom SuPPlies a. Monthly cleaning
UPHOLSTERYFor Phone 372-1075 after 5:00 P.M. 1 BR. CB, crrr water, lot 50 x 140. house with 4 car garage servIce.FR .
or weekends. paved street, down payment $200 and large lot. Recently reduced 2.5363 U060 2.3111 SERVICE DSR39CTORTMR.
CALL top quality workmanshipcall and $SO monthly. Immed. occupancy. -
Beautiful 3 ACT Tract Entered bya Located near bus line and to $18,000. Ready for immediate
60 ft. Wide Private Drive. N.W. Stephen Foster School, 1114 NW occupancy. Consider rentingfor
!372-6142
six month period.J. .
a
Section. Out of City Limits.
39th Ave. See It and phone 376-

GAINESVILLE E. C "CURLY"638 N. Main KUEHN St.FR JR. 7170. S W. KIRKPATRICK Realtor MERCHANT: To place your ad in the

UPHOLSTERY BY OWNER. Mason Manor :3 BR. 31 N. Main Phone FR 24404
S 1508 NW. 13th St.Free 6-2032 Broker FR 6-6544 2 bath. cen. heat, built-in kit., Member Multiple Listing PHONE 372.8441S
376 4672 Estimats-P'ick up and OLD house needs repairing with huge screen porch, paved dead ASSOCIATES: Fun in the Sun section -

delivery. 25 x 100' let. Make an otter. end street, shaded lot reason- Floye Mathiasen Jrene Bunrtetl
Phone 316-11OJ. ably priCed. FR 2.2371. A.. W. Reece, Capt" USN Ref
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rAYE/-THEYR STILL IOOWW 'I HAVE A FRIEND-A.., -
:_.- IF YOU TOLD ABOUT NO-LET'S SAY ITS OKAY. Tnosau: 1LUCIT-ARMS TRAFFIC-; :I REVEAL IT WAS AFTERThCEATEWED tl FOR HIM MR. ROPER"" MISS KOLE-VWHO WILL W SHH/-,
I RIFLES ARE THIS- YOU'0 6O TO JAIU: RJ6HT ,
S THOSE RIFLES, ITPBE BIGGER THAN BOTH OPus ? TO TELL BACK INI HIM YOU M ...eRD ftlT MOVE/

TRAGIC. A BETTER WORD IS- PLANA. WORTH ABOUT HOW YKJR Uk'ClE STA33ED -AM' LlWLE TL >-I HEAR YOUR
FATAL. TWO MILLION.UNPERSTAND. )
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Ir I 35 Houses For Sale 45 Furnished Apts. 47 Houses for Rent Furn. 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn.

r E. C. "CURLY" i WATCH FOR

ONLY 4450 DOWN FURNISHED apartment for rent 2 STORY. 3 bedroom 2 bath furnished FORDYCE RENTALSFOR 2 BR. unfurn. house with stove I IMPORTANTANNOUNCEMENT
cost Included. for two. male only alr-condi- house. 1005 SW 13th St. RENT OR SALE 3 Bedroom. large yard. quiet street $65 per KUEHN, JR. !
Closing tionlng central heating u t II. $125 per month. Phone FR 6- Call our to find the mo. Phone 23329. i
2 BR $62 per. mo. agency Homes. Lot*. Ineome. Bus Cooperative apartments to
THE TIME IS NOW 3 BR $72 per mo. furnished. Phone 2-8433 or 6-4173. 3672. house you wish. Many listed. VERY nice, 2 bedroom. CCB carport iness and Lake Property. be built In Gamesv'lle.! For

See at 2030 N.W. 55th St. EFFICIENCY apartment. private BEDROOM. 4221 S.W. 44th St. $100 Also apartments furnished.built-in and front porch. Furnished. Farms and Acreage. Information call FR 62921or
2 bath. central heat
including automatic washer. E. C. "CURLV
Phone FR 2-0258. bath and entrance. Very clean. Call FR KUEHN. Jr. write:
23617 stove. Call 485-3811 after 3 p.m. Near school and shopping cen
638 N. MAIN
ST.
Adults. 708 E. Univ. Ave.
lot. West Park McKINNEY GREEN. INC P. O. Box 13 5GGainesville.
2 BR Home. comer FORDYCE ter. $110 month. 311 N.W. 20th FR 6-2032 Broker FR C-C544
area. Reasonable payments. Ideal ) Bedroom duplex lights and FOR RENT 1 BR furnished house Ave. Phone 3723039. ."Fla.University .
Do You Have A Room Apartment for young couple. Available by water furnished. Couples only. located 309 NW 15th Ave. $70 per ASSOCIATES, INC.
June 1st See at 1031 N.W. 55th No children or pets. Call FR Phone 372-8690. Park
mo. 926 W. Univ. 374-1234
Ter 6-5824. EYES RIGHT! ADVERTISE IN THE

Or House to Rent? CLEAN. 2 BR. upstairs apartment AVAILABLE about June 1st. Furn. UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom house. Apts.
B R. 2 bath home SERVICE DIRECTORY
Wanted 3 Ig
38 Real Estate near Campus, $99 per mOo screened $70 month. Unfurnished 2 bed- See real dream living In Shadow
carport fenced
porch backyard
Phone 23329.DUPLEX room house. $40 month. Furnished Lawn Estates. Models Open.F. --

WANT TO BUY 2 BR furnished apt. Gas neighborhood.with large Close shade to trees.high school Good &-74663 duplex. apt., $90 month. FR D.Ph.Oliver FR J-0846 Bldr. '.ww.::- "=--...;:- ':':: .....;. .,....,::....I.,,. :... ., .?;!....... .:....1'w...,..:," .:::i m.. ,.. ...."
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for cooking & heating. Cold & U of F. $150 per mo. Phone : .
: REMEMBER-A rental vacancy COSTS 2 or 3 bedroom home with water turn. Private front & back 376-7768 for appt. BR. 1 bath newly painted Inside West OA NW 39th Ave. past fI.: ;:
family room and 2 baths. Kitchen the Glen Springs intersection. t : -t
1806
entrance. Phone FR 2-4400. ONE 3 BR. house furnished. $60 and out. floors refinished. wired .
must be equipped. Central NE 18th Place. for at 714 N.W. See sign on left. n. tI
air-conditioning. $
mo. Water included. Call 485-
YOU MORE than the ad that will rentit per
heat preferred. Must be priced 2362 Brooker. Fla. 22nd Ave.. $100 per mo. Call
with reasonable down 2 BR Furnished duplex, 1917 NW
right pay FR 21476 or FR 6-2735. "
: ment. Write to Box 365-A. 36th Ave. J52 per mOo Call FR 3 BR. completely furnished. air- h
Gainesville Sun. 2-4224. conditioned home. Near shop VERY NICE. 2 BR. kitchen living
STUDENTS 2 & 3 bedroom air ping and schools. Fenced backyard room. dining room screened front
HOME
39 Out of Town Property conditioned apt*. Available June $90 per mOo Call 6-0630. I porch with large lawn. Availab I e if kslite3 ?
1st. Low summer rates. For 2 i now. Call 6-4512 or Waldo 468163.t. -
In. bedroom furnished
COSTS CLOSE
Here's what YOU
Vacancy '
) Mr.
: your In appt. to see phone 372-0481, h<-e. 403 SE. 2nd St. Call 372-
HOUSE FOR sale Keystone Kaplan. BUYERS
Heights. Fla. 3 BR.. 2 baths. 1 1185.
EVERY DAYuntil it is rented : acre lot ,will sacrifice. Appraiseat 1 and 2 bedroom furnished apartments VERY CLEAN 2 BR house own- r
$18,000 will sell 14990. some air conditioned. ;
for ers have gone North until Nov. 9JcIllSvililajic
Call 376-1148. Gainesville after 5p.m. Summer rates near Universityand 1st. Very good deal for right Quality Homes GUIDEby
Medical Center. 916 S. W.
;
IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS:: 7th Ave. Phone FR 6-3442: or FR family. Phone 376-2892-
MOUNTAIN PROPERTY consult &-26U.ROOMY. SALE TRADE. RENT. Furn. Un- f
.' us for your summer druthers In furn., 3 BR Fla. Rm. Breakfast WEST VILLA The James Co.
$40 per mo. . $1.33 per day cool. scenic, starting Avery 1 BR. living room kitchenette Rm. garage. fine location. 725 r
\ County North Carolina. GEOR. private bath & private N.E. 7th Terr. 372-8223. Baaum. The James Co. of Gatnles iT
GE D. MacRAE. REALTOR. entrance. No pets. Apt. 208. 204 N.W. 16th Ave. I
vllle. Inc.. Builders of Kings- jrCCJI
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$50 per mo. . $1.66 per day Llnvllle or N wland. NE 5th Ave. Ph. 4-0244. berry Homes for this area will

TWO Bedroom Trailer. $60; one McCOY'S & 37th St. be happy to answer any questions -
$55 per mo. . $1.83 per day 40 Business Properties bedroom. 48. On 5 acres. Adults you might have concern- \ .
only. Sorry no pets. 4611 N.W. Macoma Homes ing home ownership.; You mightbe Iffi? MODELS
6
GROCERY STORE FOR SALE. DoIng 6th St. Call 2-9838. one of those people that OPEN
$60 mo. . $2.00 day -
per per now owns a home but found
good business. Total price Inc.For ?
1 BEDROOM furnished duplex.
3500. Must sell as soon as pos Newly decorated. $50 month. 17 TERMSWalter that It Is now Inadequate if Etri Today 1 Till D Ofi k
$65 per mo. . $2.16 per day sible. Write BOX 420A C-O NE. 13th St. Phone FR 2-0374, Sale very attractive 3- this Is the case a call to The -
Gainesville' Sun. bedroom. bath home. 4617E. James Co. could very well
FURN. Duplex 2 Bedroom newly I University Ave.; walking solve your problems. By this
$70 per mo. . $2.33 per day 42 Farms & Acreage decorated attract I ve setting distance to Lake Forest Stubbs, Inc. we mean trading In your pre- i flri6uAs flwl"HfJM: :
walking distance to Campus. Call Schools. Price $12,500. $500 sent home.

$75 per mo. . $2.50 per day 376-5379. down and $79.50 per month.
FARMS RANCHES ACREAGE Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoyJr. There are a number of questions
2 BR 1st floor furnished
apt. large
: RURAL PROPERTIES rooms screened porch clean. Day FR 6-7290. nights FR "We Trade Houses"trraB that we can answer con- li\1\ /f HUGH EDWARDS INC
: $80 per mo. . $2.66 per day freshly painted. sprayed monthlyfor 65015. Office corner N. Main cerning trading. We feel that _
ROBERTS C. SMITH REALTOR pests. Water furnished. $60 and 23rd Blvd. by talking with us you can w m
" U.S. Hwy. 441 Mlcanopy. Fla. --- pick a suitable floor plan and 2837 N.E. 15thStreet
: $85 per mo. . $2.83 per day Ph. 466-3120 per mo. Phone FR 6-5883. exterior design that will suit
YOUNG COUPLE or aged couple I ,30089ffiflflUflll89llllfl0BlfflWll8flfffl3W! Phone 372-1551 7
your needs from our many
BEAUTIFUL 2 to S
: $90 per mo. . $3.00 per day estates. Choice roiling of wooded acre or preferred but no children or pets. plans that we keep on hand. \;L !
.. ,_ J
Available now. Call 6-6512. A call to the James Co. will .
of permanent Gainesville.pasture.$600 7 per miles acre-west REDWOOD APTS. 4401 S.W. 13th i1 VEI Norwood I get all the facts about any :; ;;;;::;;:;":" t:;:;:: :: :;(::"t:: :'':! _:::: !::":".:: ::;ZU i >

.: $95 per mo. . $3.16 per day be the first to make your choice I St. New air conditioned 1 BR type financing any questions .
Call or see United Farm apts. water furn. $90 per mo. Hope"H" I you might have without any -- -

: $100 per ,mo. ..'. $3.33: per day Agency 3722954. Call FR 6-0427 or 2-6723. obligations on your part. I I

40 ACRES 1 BEDROOM. completely furnished. Inc. We have lots available In
I : Uncleared land. South of Newberry. upstairs or downstairs near 1P.ImIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIAlllllII1IIIIIIIIIIII most any section of town for
Terms. S. E. shopping center. See at 612 NW. you to choose from. YOU
$100 D
acre.
per We Trade
: : CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR Sapp. Realtor Newberry. Flor 10th Ave. or phone 6-3549. $75 1115 NW 40th Drive Homes
ida. Phone 4722000. per ma.SMALL 5 3 Br.2Bath or Property I Jimmy Womeldurf and Gene
Paramore have over 30
ACREAGE apartment private bath. We must sacrifice this combined experience In years the

: SUN RENTAL WANT ADS quiet hot and Adults.cold$40 water.month.Clean 317 N.E.and Our inventory istoo rlimnTnnllulolT000TmlmufflmmIOmnffifflBen construction of homes. By care-
I 300 plus acres. ext heavy ham- 2nd Ave. FR 65289. much-We will take ful supervision by Jim and CAN
mock land Ideal for horse farm. Gene. I It will enabe: you as the BUY
LARGE BR \Vt bath Ig. living $850 for our equity. The following art ready for homeowner to get more home

660 ft on U.S. 441, Commercial site. rm. dining rm. combination. You assume $17.000 occupancy. 03 for your money and certainly
20 acres. $770000 Price $75 per mOo Water furn. 03 Approximate mortgage. makes The James construe
.- Call 3722907. 3707 N.W. 21st PI. tion to be beyond compare.By .
Colonial Home on 95 acres. 2 lakeson Hurry to take advantageof 4-BR 2 bath $700 down.
:: 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses'for Sale property. borders on another. 2 BR furnished apart. with porch. this. $107 mo. building primarily the A 3-Bedroom 2 '
Near University. See at 411 N.W. ,
I within 25 ml Gainesville. $30,000 15th St. Kingsberry home we feel 'we
1460 monthly payments. 3 BR home. good terms. mo. or call 2-4447. $55 per : illS NE 5th St. 1442 NE 16th PI. have a great advantage and

; buy our equity at sacrifice. Must GLADYS SMITHIf a 3 Br.2 Bath 3 BR, iVi bath $400 down. great opportunity for you as Bath Home With
I. see to appreciate. Call 372-0064 you have considered the lovely 2 ten acre tracts N.W.. Vi mil. of 3 ROOM furnished apt. nice & It8permo. the purchaser to pick design
area of Idlywild as a choice city limits. excellent buy $11,000 clean. For married couples on- Our Loss Your Gain 89 and floor plans that are creat-
home location/ here's a home I ea. See us for acreage. ly. Adults no pets. Rent rea -Our inventory must 3330 & 3320 'I ed by some of the country's built-in gas or electric
FRED can honestly recommend sonable. Call 3767844. be lowered We will leading architects.If .
and at a price established by MARY MOELLER. REALTOR EFFICIENCY NW 30th Ave.
apt. private en-
FHA appraisers. T h r ee bedrooms 1019 W. University FR 6-4471 trance & bath. Lights & hot water take $850 for our eQui- 3 BR. 1 bath. $550 dn $79.50 you desire complete tnfor oven and range for as
family room. fireplace. furnished. Summer student ty. You assume 13.600 per mOo matlon call The James Co. and
: ARNOLD built-In range and oven. See it!! NEW concrete block homes on 3 preferred. Ph. FR 6-5824. (Approx.) mortgage we will be happy to come to
Call 3725393. acres of land north of Gainesville 4617 SE 1st PI. your home and spend any little as $86.03
city limits. Buy furn. or 3 NICELY furnished apts. for rent. Hurry! We must sell amount of time necessary to per mo.
One of the best buys we have at unfurn. Price furn. $9000 with 1-1 BR apt. 2-2 BR apts. 503 now! 4518 (4608 SE 2nd P1. explain The James Co. systemof
REALTOR this time Is a lovely home on good terms. Phone owner after _NE 4th Ave. 1IIIIIJJlliJII1IJIIIJI11IJIDJ1IJJIIJJJ1III 3 B R. 1 bath. $500 dn. $68 89 home ownership.We ( including ins. and taxes)
a small acreage lots of privacyand 6:00 P.M. 372-4407 or 4421175. E per mOo 89
2
ROOM
one bath,
garage apart.
Junior have can secure FHA. VA and
can a
pony
14004 N.W. Plenty of room for a grow I n g Fordyce Acreage mont suitable very for one quiet person neighborhood.or cou FOR RENT 205 SE 38th St. ii several different types of conventional after minimum FHA down.
family or many visiting rel ple. Call FR 6-1730. Bath, $300 dn.. $66 per mo. financing.Let .
atives. Unique in constructionwith 180 acre ranch 60 acres I l24SE7thSt.3BR.IBath. en
Place
2H3th permanent
a beautiful view from each fenced TWO bedroom furnished apt. 303 SE 38th St. us mention a few of
"3 bedroom. 2 bath residence. centrally floor to ceiling win d 0 w. The pasture. cross near Univ. & Alachua General 1 Year Lease $100 per Mo. I the Homes that are either un-
fenced 2 wells. $145 Located
an acre. 304 & 314 SE 39th St. NOTHING
air-conditioned and heated. HOUSE Is vacant ready for you Hospital. Ph. FR79.55.. Gaines der construction or In the DOWN V.A.
.. Enclosed patio. Large lot beautiful to move right In. And we are cattle farmer.In Levy County. Ready for ville or write R. T. Stroud P. O. mfflnnnm8lmffiffinUffl0l 3 BR, 1 bath $500 dn. $64 3 planning stage.4Bedroom .
: trees. 15000. the only office with a key. Call Box 365. St. Augustine. per mOoIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHHIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIII ($100 Closing Costs)
3775393. 3 full tile baths
160 acres at $145 an acre. Off 1 BR. furnished apt., water fur I NorwoodHope / with 2300
Ft.
over Sq living
Newberry.Archer Road. nished. 4123 NW 12th Tedr.. $40
-Southwest.Beautiful
A good address and lust what area. You must see this hometo
per mo. Call 376-2641 or 3762930ask The following are under construction It has all these
you've been wanting. A three appreciate it. We will tradeon features
brick home on V* acre
80 acres 10 miles out Archer Rd. for Mr. Haynes. and will be ready g
bedroom two bath home lust this one.3Bedroom.
.. lot. Over 2.000 feet In
square $145 an acre. Beautiful oak trees. I for occupancy soon. 89
West of the University. Beautiful ,
main house. 3 bedrooms. 2 baths EAST SIDE
separate dining room large family built-In kitchen, cool alr-con- 100 acres nice frame house. 11 e T/i bath with found in the most expensive
ditioning plus a fireplace for hardwood floors located
r 0 to m. Fireplace In living miles out Archer Rd. $275 per acre. GARDENAPARTMENTS Ii "H" Inc. on
3236 NW 29th Ave.
Central -conditioning too cool evenings. Lovely largelot well shaded lot. Small down-
room. fenced. Other
and heating. $24,500. big pool.enough Call for us your at 3725393to swimming small Fenced tracts and cross available at reason- We Trade Homes 3 B R, 2 bath $700! dn. $9S 89perma. payment. FHA.tConstructlon Kirkpatrick & Pierson home :

see it, able prices. $57 month or to start soon on
: per up Property
-
$700 Down 5 V. A. 3-4-Bedrooms homesIn
3301 & 3311 i
.:to qualified FHA Buyer. 3 bedrooms GLADYS SMITH, Realtor Fordyce Gainesville's Finest E IIIIIIIIIIIUIIDrllmlllRlllllll1nnllllllWllllllllll; NW 30th Ave. i N.E. Gainesville. Call now Owens-Cornlng. central fiberglass! Insulation' certified aluminum windows -
Associates: Furnished and make all color selections.All heating optional central air conditioning ade
2 baths. living room
large
with fireplace den and modern Ben Griffin Anna HInson Associates, Inc. Lovely 1 and or 2 bedroom unfurnished apart ALL OUR HOMES ARE 4 BR 2 bath. $650 dn $91 these will be brick veneer. quate wiring for all future needs modern cathedral beam ceilIngs -
kitchen with dishwasher. Full Caroline Noyes Florence Burns 9?& w. Unlv 37&-173& ment. 309 NE 9th St. Phone 376- OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY per mo. We have 40 lots on 39th Ave. television wire built-In telephone outlets In master
price $17,000. $107 per month Including Multiple Listing MemberSPACIOUS 9608. E SEEING 100'x276'. Pick a lot and house bedroom and kitchen spacious storage areas Wolmanlze
taxes and Insurance. YOU WILL :JIML't. 3224 NW 30th Ave. plan to suit you. pressure treated lumber foldaway closet doors full land-
43 Colored Property 1 BR, 1226'/i N.W. 8th St., $65 1123 S.E. 4th STREETFR 3 BR. 2 bath, $600 da $84 89 scaping and spot sodded lawns paved streets. curbs and
1 BR. 419 NW. 2nd Ave.. $55 = 6-5301 or FR 67999llllnmmllIffHwt per mOo Now under construction 3- gutters full concrete driveways storm drainage city sewer
'$21,500Excellent EFF.. 419 N.W. 2nd Ave.. $45. Bedroom 2 baths with 1453
a age double stainless steel sinks gas or electric Tappan
3 bedroom. 2 bath home Over 2900 Sq. Feet living area In 2 & 3 HOMES Bedrooms FOR SE SALE 14th: St. & 2 1 BR.BR 1010V 3505, N.W.W. Univ.17th Ave.St... $65. m Illfflfflmll03mwusllhluul89t=1ffilffiuIfflll89WBm Sq. Ft. floor area. double carport built In oven and range range hood with fan- and filter -
In Llttlewood Westwood school this unique home 2 king size SE 7th Ave. Some no down pay McKINNEY-GREEN $75 on shaded 100x276' lot. Will safety edge Formica cabinet tops custom built-In cabinets -
area. Carpets and drapes are In BR's. 1 smaller BR. Huge living ment. Some small down pay. Realtors INC. trade on this one. Wall-Tex vinyl paper In kitchens and baths colored bathroomtile
cluded. Charming screened porch. room large Fla. room. big family ment. Monthly payment $57 to FR 23617 and fixtures built.In vanities In all baths Men i Dial-
Lawn and landscaping are exqui room builtin elec. kitchen. Also $45. Also homes built on your MODERN 10 x 45 trailer avail- HOUSE HUNTING? Cet tub and shower fixtures PLUS free membership In
site. 1029 N.W. 36th Drive. extra kitchen with stove. lot for no down payment. able up to Aug. 15th. $75. per mo. t\At I resident-restricted Swim Club and Community Center.
Ref. & washer-dryer. 2 tile baths Call TOMMY RIOGELLButM Phone 37&7.559.FURNISHED .,.. /fJ.. .
3 A-C units. HW & tile floors. ,
r Phone FR -fl5
:Lakefront Some of the most gorgeous pan- efficiency apartmentwith CHECK THESE NORTHWEST
air-conditioning. $55. 3224 NW Visit Our Model At
'90 Acres on sparkling, spring-fed ailing you've ever seen. Open 44 Cottages for Rent 13th St. FR 2-6428. Today
lake with sand bottom. 40000. 29 beam ceiling. You'll have to ;:
pet. down with terms. see to believe such exists. Can 1 BR trailer. $65 per mo. No pets. HOMES TODAY: \
be used as two large Apts. So FURN. BEACH HOUSEOn Utilities furn. FR 25633. Highland Court Manor
convenient to town. All this and "" 1fU't
Crescent Beach. few ""
: ARNOLDRealty Only a '
CONVENIENT to I
campus. c e an.
more for 17700. Excellent terms. FHA & VA -
weeks still free. Call FR 25281. couple or two students $60. Water -
.
Company FURNISHED. I BR cottage all furnished 3727309. 122 NW25th For More Information
Multiple Listing Member UNIVERSITYREALTY electric tile shower, good ventilation St. Call
'121* W. Univ. Ave. 3723522 located on. Santa Fe $15,400
'AssociatesPete Sieg Lake. Phone FR 25458 or FR 2- 46 Unfurnished Aprs.
Jane Caldwell F. W. Hodge S149 TheJames -
Jim Sheppard Charlie Mayo TWO bedroom duplexkit Three bedroom, two bath colonial model. All brick fj aiwrt2i:1
.Bob Kalkman Jimmy Greene 1115. N. Main St Ph. 3724351W. 45 Furnished Apts. chen equipped. $85 per month. front. corner lot. paved street all city services, walkto Co.
M. Munroe Realtor I See at 4166 NW 6th St. schools. $550
Asso. S. E. McLaughlin Frank elementary and Junior High Only

':FORDYCEREALTOR Roby. Roy McCann T. C. Doug FURNISHED Apartment for rent UNFURNISHED duplex. 3 bedrooms down; only $94.53 per month complete. These homesare Of Gainesville Inc.
las Jr.PRICE. with living Rm.. bedroom tile living room. kitchen. and almost ready for
bath alr-cond. 1, 2 bedroom bath. Freshly redecorated. 4V* new occupancy. Builder of Kingsberry 1 BUILDERS AND DEVELOPERSSales

Apt. FR 24549. miles from downtown. Good location Homes
M for children. $75 month. Office NE 23rd Blvd. & 11th
FOR RENT 1 bedroom furnished OFFICE PHONE -
Call
apartment. Clean and cooL $41 FR 2-3419 until 5, FR 22648 $13,500Three
month. Water furnished. Call after '5. Saturday and Sunday. 372-2527 Terr.

: Ronnie Hayward. FR 2-4761 or TWO bedroom apt. available Immediately NIGHTS Or HOLIDAYS
Play It Cool* REDUCEDLike FR 6-6134. ; lower level of duplex 372-7401 Phone 372-3471

.Soak up the sun this summer and new. near shopping. 3 br 2 Very clean. nicely furnished 1 bed- ; stove and refrig. situated bedroom, one bath model with double access I
.be cool about It In this home with bath. Cent heat. Cent air, modern room apartment. Tile bath. $45. about h3A blks. off campus 1105 I to master bath. Stunning exterior elevation. lOOx -- -- -
NW .
a marvelous swimming pooL 3 at- kitchen. ornamental fenced patio. 733 S.E. 5th Ave. FR 64644 or $80 per. mo. Phone TOO foot lot. Lots of windows. Only $450 down FHA.
'tractlve bedrooms. 2 tile baths. Elegant Call today. Call MARY MOEL FR 29549 Mr. or Mrs. Thomas. FR 6-5871. ,.........
living room. family room LER NEW 1 BR duplex apt., kitchen Monthly payments only $81 1 .00 per month. .::/* W: >;:::: :1":::: :::>;'X*''''': :;':;;;'::::::::' ;; ; ; ::;::::; ;;:;;:;;:;:;::: .:. -- .....:,S'zr Wl \' '.
ONE 1 BR turn. apt. with
private
with fireplace. separate dining equipped. $60 month
per on ayear's
ent. Also a 2 BR apt with air
with breakfast '
kitchen area.
Contact room FORDYCE 1. ASSOCIATES. ANGlEWOODAprx conditioner. Walking dist. to 376-7327 lease.evenIngs.UNFURNISHED Ph. I 376-8372 days. $15,000Three :

I 376-1236. 2000 sq ft of gracious living town. Call FR 2-5514.
INC,

: Cent space heat 3 br awning 2 baths windows Fla room.dbl FURNISHED mo. Water and Apt.lights for rent fum.$55 Call per plex. .2207 SE 45th 2 Bedroom Ter. $50 permonth. du bedroom two bath Sherwood model, 1200 'I Better !! .:

Quiet Living garage. Ig corner lot. See MARY FR 2-1823. or FR 2-3794. FR 22372. square feet of modem living space. Only $100 down t:1 HurryIIin '

Just outside the city limits. away MOELLER LARGE modem 1 BR apt. Kitchen VA or $450 FHA. Monthly payments of approximately ,
.from all the hubbub. this 5 bed- \4 2 BR. furnished apartment. No furnished, child welcome. :
room home situated on S acres of NEAR pets. 311 S.E. 8th St. Phone FR $60 per mo. See at 1807 NW $91.00 per unit complete.

beautiful roiling land. Living room 6-8961. 6th St. .
with fireplace and a charming for J
GAINESVILLE NICELY furnished convenient
2 Bedroom
house In
room Melrose $12,250Our
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d
mal dining room. Contact FOR
Also
downtown area. $75. garage 3 blocks
DYCE & ASSOCIATES. INC. 376Stop Charming spacious. 4 br, 2 story apt. air conditioned. $90. Adults from Melrose
'1236. house. partly furnished. entry only no pets. Inquire Lillian' Beach. Call 475-4061 or 475-2165_
hall Ig living room dining room Music Store.PRIVATE after 6:30. best buy at a popular price. Three bedroomone H'

kitchen. large landscaped yard. bath home. new and distinctively different at $400
L
: Lake view. Melrose Fla. Call newly painted close 47 Houses for Rent Furn.
An Investment now will mean Income MARY MOELLER In 3 rooms and bath. Hot and down FHA. 100x100 lot with trees, $74,00 a month f
later. This small home with cold water furnished. Off street total payments. Newly clean and ready for a family.All .
Is the to parking. No pets. 15 S.W. 2ndPlace. ON LAKE GENEVA 2 bedroom walk
apartment perfect way BUDGET HOME city services, to elementary and Junior High
Excellent n- large Florida room. month or
.Invest your money.
Located In the downtownarea. 3 br 1V4 baths. partially furnished year. Mathewson Manor. Call schools. us.U II
4 Closeto
nanclng. CLEAN room apartment.
Call FORDYCE & ASSOCITES near schools & shopping low shopping. 609 N.E. 6th St. GR 5-2530. All of these homes are located on N.W. 39th Street ;ii

:> INC. 376-1236. down payment low mo. pay $10- Phone FR 21391. $45 per month. 2 BR nice lot. fenced $90 per N.W. 13th and 14th Place, and are readily acces- L e''

,00. FURNISHED apt.. Ig. living room. mo. 1 BR near campus.. $75 per sible to downtown medical l center VA Hospital. and

; Go West- kitchen bath private entrance. or mo.2-4351.Frank Roby at FR 6-2937 nearby shopping center. I
111 NW 21st St. FR 6-7441 or
mine of .
and will find a gold MARY
you
attractive features In this 3 bedroom i after 6. FR 6-6112. 2 BEDROOM duplex at 2016 S.E WHY PAY RENT? ;

2 bath home. Separate dinIng i 1 BR. living room. large patio, 2nd Place.Call Corner 21st St. House ... Pine rorest .. II.
open. FR
room spacious Florida Room. walk.In closets large built In 6-4230.
$21400. Contact FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES MOELLERREAL kitchen. Phone FR 2-3826. 2 BR furnished house. no pets Sales Office N.W. 39th Ter. in Palm View
INc.. 376-1236. $70 per mo. 3037 SW Archer & JlBJ& faklt telling
BEAUTIFULLY furnished.air conditioned Rd. FR 2-5633. CM'UIWt1iy'P
1 bedroom apt. Acr o s I Q
FORDYCEAssociates TOR street from Norman HalL Very VERY nice 2 bedroom CCB. carport .
large rooms. 2 closets In bedroom. and front porch. Furnished Estates.BUTLER iy:Quality jUituUd j jiie
Immaculate condition. Permanent Including automatic washer. Near BROTHERSPhone I IN.
1019 W. Unlv FR 64471
Inc. Member tenants desired. No children or school and shopping center. $110
Real Estate Exchangors of Multiple Listing pets. Rent $90 month. Apply 1127 month. 311 N.W.2Oth Ave. Phone 1tJ.'Ze4t I
S.W. 5th Ave. or call FR 2-8414. 372-3339. HUGH EDWADSINCI
Multiple Listing Realtors 4 BR. 2 Bath home In N.E. Sec.
-Grace S. Fordyce Broker tkm. Den. screened porch, air NICE 1 BR furnished apt. Private COMPLETELY furnished home.
:Dudley Goulderw Associate conditioning central heat. Price I bath & entrance. Hot S cold 3 or 4 bedrooms. AvailableJune : FR 2-9545 dairy: FR '-0 4I. night .E.16th Ave. at 15th St. Ph.372-J5Si JP)
Benton Associate $16.900. $400 down 280 N.E. water furnished. $50 k
Harvey pay. per mo. 1st. $150. Phone FR 6-
.'26 W. Unlv. 376-1236 _10th St. Call 2-6455. Phone 2-9704 or 2-1995. 6261. '.:.., ....,. .. ,...;..... : { :=;:::::==
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Monday May 18. 1964 Gainesville
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z 61 Wanted to Buy '6 Mi'sc.. For Sol I 77 Mobil Homes for Sale 85 Automobiles for Sale 85 Automobiles for Sal- -

I 85 Automobiles for Salt 87 Automobiles Wanttr'
CLASSIFICATION INDEX
WANTED: water cooler. must'be size gas range In good condition : 1959 Model house trailer. 10 x 35.I '. HILLMAN convertible. 1958 Minx.In KARMAN GHIA. 195$. .Excellent 1964 4-door air-cond. CHEVY II
priced reasonable and In good 175. Call 376-8775. Bedroom, (4 can sleep). Pay good condition. 1450 Call 'FR condition. Phone FR uses 2720 Nova. This car Is one month CARS WANTED 150-54

I ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE working condition. Call 372-8441 GE D II h was her. used 6 months, as little be as $200 down. paymentscan 2-9702. S.W, Archer Road.. Private Owner. old and Is being. offered at $450" & Chevrolet Al Herndon Fords Serv-
ext. 20 8-5 weekdays. other kitchen arranged on balance. below lowest available Gainesville
equipment. See at
ice
I Station 916 SE
4th St.
MERCURY
1 Ia H..I1&. Total price S2175. Like new Inside convertible 1960 full
sCud ., Tbab 11 Wanted k Ba.I CASH for 'your used furniture. refrigerators 1707 E. Univ. Ave. and out. Colored fixtures. power R&H. In good condition. MUST SELL. 1fi2 Ford Falcon. FR price. Call FR 6-9958 days

...., 6 1'.... c J1aebJaefJ If T.... stoves. TVs. clothIng CLEAN your rugs & upholstery with Trailer can be seen at Brants 1150. Phone FR 6-0096. Deluxe Interior. Fully equip. or 4-2371 evenings.
4 r.n..l1u' 8ervlcea IS 8a1J41a1' .llatertall etc. FR 2-3937. William's amazing Lustre Foam. Use our Gulf Service Station 4-rrUles ped. $115. Call FR 2-4748. 2 AUTOMOBILE SALESMEN. Ex.
I Trsv.I Ia'era $4 B.ue1leJ4 G.... Service Center. Hawthorn Road. applicator free. Call Home Beautiful North of High Springs. on 441. Oldsmobile 1953. Very good EXTRA clean cars. $*5 to $595. perience not necessary. Rldgway FAIRERBY
: I lpeclal ?4Ucei U AtL.us Furniture. 1703 N. Main St. cond. $250. FR 2-4017. 99 day 60-58 guarantee. No down Motor Co. 1132 S. Main St. FR 2-
1 Flert.tq 66 Mb.. Tsr Bali ,.. WANTED used room air conditioner BEAUTIFUL colorful mourned TRAILER for sale with 10 x 15" payment. small weekly or monthly 8433.
B 8aIl111<<.n. Cktd Ca. n TraC1JlI' r..ta small. Call FR 4-6698. sailfish. *'2". By Al Pfleguar cabana. Located In Glenw 0 0 d PLYMOUTH. 1952 radio heater. payments. H 3H Motors.

Places T. G. Lad 6 8 ArUel,. WuteiThligi Miami, Fla. Only 1165. The Tackle Trailer 000. Call Park.FR 6-4477.Lot 19. PrIce II,- tires good. Clean. Phone FR 2- lUo SE 3rd Ave. Phone 372-3749. FOR THE CORRECT

T. B.. II 1'.1 00 If Wads Box. 1490 Hawthorne Rd. 1624 afternoons. 191 CONSUL all extras excellent
'70 .. 62 Machinery fr Took FAR
Bea'Ha.. .. EaJp.
'U C.mp Bu'. Blab SOLID Mahogany bedroom suite 78 TRUCKS FOR SALE I960 FORD. V-8 2-door. WSW. R & condition. S600. Phone 372-8907. TIME .
AUTOMOTIVE 11 Offlus blond dining room suite. Maple H. A. T. New shocks. Brakes
1. Alrpl... lal-Beata. '2S E,1I1.tRtn with hutch, new Walnut table. Buffets. and tune up. Good condition. FR 2-1411 1964
Muleal TWO A-6 Case combines
H.llDe Rsmei tar Bali M..da..41I. oval front china cabinet. Rio VOL KS WAGON. 1961. Panel I $875-. Phone 372-7204. GAINESVILLEAUTO
':1 Traeq I., Bal motors. both for m Call or upholsierod Lawson sofa. other truck. low mileage excellent
'f' Tricks Wanted = write Eugene Haufler. Rt. X household Items. NEARLY NU condition. $1095. 503 SW 2nd Ave. 1962 CORVAIR Monza. 4 dr.. auto SALES OfUniversity I FAIRLANEAS
10 Tractars If Track BeDtall REAL ESTATE FOR SALE = Box 217 B. Gainesville. FR. 6- Furniture Shop. 324 N.W. ltd Phone 372-215K trans.. r 3It, wsw tires. bucket Chevrolet
lit TraIler Isaiah 3336. Ave. FR 6-4S92. seats. $1595.. Phone 372-4932 ,after 1007 N. Main St. .
II M.t.reyel.s e Be..Is... IS ...t. far Bali 1 MISC. tools. V4 h.p. compressor. APT. size 10 Tractor & Truck Rental S PJA.BRING Phone FR %-63 11 N. Main St. at 16ih Art.VOLKSWAGEN. I LOW AS
II Waterfront upright piano $90; sectional
II AutomablIs
epalrs Pr.pert block making machine. new overhead out the best in Northcentrol FIOIldosLargest
couch, and table with 3 your car.
II
IS Aatem.IIDes tar Bali U Hisses C'U.ea Bar Fer 8ahsU iii.Si I door hardware. FR 2-4017. chairs", make offer. Phone 372- RENT a truck one-way anywhere Superior Auto painting & body
Iwap Can 7998. In the USA. from United Rent- work. Fast dependable service; 1996
Real
E.t.t. I J I
EzebangejEDUCATVJNAL Independent Dealer
Ails. 625 NW 8th Ave. FR 62835. free pickup Delivery. WRIGHT'S
1& Real E.tat. Wanted 5II 64 Household Goods ISO Chain Link Fence gate 3all BODY WORKS. 2031 NW otis St.
s. Oa' ..
Tiwa posts. Admiral
r..perq portable TV Cabinet >
lelaotll If Iaatn.Uea 83 Motorcycles & Scooter FR 6-9707.
.0 Bnslnes. Raytheon
U Ha.I. DueJar. Prepeflies I TV. Phone 372-1084.
2 t "..te4- s..Uta : ResidentIal Lnes. USED APPLIANCES 1964 RENAULT 2.000 miles $1195. COOPERAUTO
Farms A ersag. E RANGES FROM $39.95. FOR SALE CRUISAIRE "68 or Lambretta '61 63 Comet ........_........... $1395 SHAW&KEETER
.3 Colored Mechanically excellent 41 Renault ,
Propirty Rentals good $495
EMPLOYMENTi Celortd Property Salts e TV Refrigerators from from $3$49.95.".95. FRESH GREEN BLACKEYEDPEAS. transportation Call FR 2-8426 63 Renault .:::::::::::.:::::: $795 TRIM

11 W.rt Wanted MalsIs == WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL CALL 472-2092 IN or Univ. ext. 2355. 1960 Vouxhall $350 BOAT TOP & SEATS MILLERv,1 I

W.rk Waat.d Feinals RENTALS THE VARIETY STORE NEWBERRY. Allstate. 1962. 1600 miles. S140. 1962 Ford Galaxie ._.._.... 1495 MADE OR REPAIRED
It Bales help Waned 1 S.E. 1st AvenueFR Call anytime FR 6-8566. Phone 372-3407 or FR 2-0245. BROWN
5
IS Belp-Mal. .r F.mal .. C.Uaree For Rent == 63484.TAG WESTINGHOUSE washing machine.: 2031 NW <6th< St. Auteon. 230 W. University
1960 Cor v a Ir, automatic trans-
U Hal. help Wanted U Farn1a.hed Apt. "'" Westinghouse stove. 1953 4 dr 1949 Harley Davidson motor cycle. i miss:01 radio heater. fold down 376-4661 1030 E. Univ."A't. FR 205036passenger
DramaUe Chrysler. piece of lake front 74 cu. in. OHV. Runs fine. 175.
4 Ualnal.be' property
Ap& APPLIANCES
back seat. Good condition. $650 FR 2-3582
U Pssls hip Waited on Long Pond front Phone FR 6-7089 after 6 P.M. or
.
n Do. .. 'er Rent Fana. Tested and Guaranteed footage best offer. 1423 N.W. 8th St. FR -
100'
.1 Houses for Rent Valana. 42 Refrigerators from $39 up depth 300" Phone FR 6-4278 1964 ZUNDAPP Motorcycle. 250 CC. 6-2917.
-FARMS Ci LIVESTOCK 4' ....... I.. Rent Ranges from $39 up after 5:00 PJVL elec. starter. Assume paymentsof
'2 1 Fum Ealpmeat 50 Botel Rooms 17 Washers from $19 UPI USED furniture. Single bed. SIO $30 per mo. Phone 3762302. FOR SALE 1954 Chrysler Imperial.
n Feed If Fertilizer II )llnc. ...atal.I Dryers from $49 up Upholstered chair $8. Recliner air cond.. radio. all power 3-
Lheat.ek 8.ppU. ILl Wanted Rent 2 chair U. new tires. Com by and take a
6 T. Food-Freezers from $99 up Phone FR 6-631. 326 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS
5B Laa4aeaplal' T.. leU 13 B......,. Wanted 2 Dishwashers from $49 up S.W. 12th St.BOY'S look. 1653 NW 14th Ave. or call BRANDNEW
se Pets A S.ppl1. U 0111.. Desk Space 10 TV Sets from $35 up 372-1041.
a 1 Un.leek Waited II Buatness .eatAk JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. dition.26" bicycle, excellent con SPECIAL auto painting $29.95. Automotive BEAUTIFUL white station wagon.
$15.
_41* NW 8th Ave.Ph. 372-5303 Phone FR 2-8758. repairs and tuneup. 1960 Plymouth top conditionall

FINANCIAL SERVICE CLOSE OUT SALEOn Miller d Sons 732 NW. 1st St. around. Power steering. r
MAYTAG, WHIRLPOOL & KEL-
H Business opperlaA1Uea n Special Service.c' VINATORS. New automatic Wallpaper. we a Ron Phone 372-0080. 3It, auto. trans. Will trade

'.11110e. Ii Lean II Horns Impr.emeatgU I .washers from 1138.". HARPER PAINT CO. AIR CONDITIONING Tune up equity for older car. 1955 or
\' 1I'aeI$ Ii Radii TV Servies New Refrigerators from $15888. 10 $.W. 7th St. 372-4366 Special $2.50 for performancetest. later car. Bal. approx. $500.
Money Wasted 23 AppUuce If Fault.. I New Freezers from $13995. All makes and models. 372-5651.
New Icemaker refrlg. from $779.95. MAPLE drop-leaf table. $7.50; student Hawes Powers Motor Co., Air 1957 VW Sunroof. radio & heater. 1964RAMBLER
? WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL desk $7.50; door $3; and Conditioning Servicing C. n t e r. good condition phone 376-3842 after
THE! VARIETY STORE chairs. Phone 6-5919. 204 N. Main St.. Phone FR 2- 5:00 P.M.

48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. 49 Rooms For Rent 7 S.E. 1st Avenue FOR SALE Carol Estates Swim 2561. MUST SELL Pontiac Catalina 1963
FR 6-3484. Club Membership. New member.
factory air-conditioning
power-
AIR CONDITIONED. attractive. FREeZER.- CHEST TYPE. Guar. ships costs $200 will sell mine 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE steering, power brakes R 3H
LEASE or SALE. Prof. moving. for $175. Phone
374-4711.
anteed. Can deliver I 2500. Call 2-5457.
clean .
quiet room In new home. $57.50.
;p ) Br. 2 bath. Hardwood 11 o o rs.
t double garage. Ig. wooded lot. Kitchen privileges. Ideal for student Refrigerator service In your EIGHT-plece dining set; 2 single BUICK 1954 and 1958 PLYMOUTH. 1957 CADILLAC Sedan Deville.
34} S.W. 20th 372-3102 or 372-8944. home. No service charge on re Maple beds; 2 rugs with foam $75 Make an offer. For appt. to see
1 Faculty neighbors. a pie<:l. Call FR -3570 after
pair Wanted
$L ROOM and board for girls. Use refrigerators and pads; Whirlpool Ironer large _5 p.rn.CORVAIR'. phone 372-0481.
freezers needing repair. FR 2-1330. size. Call 372-1259.
of washing machine. Call FR 6-
35R. T'Bath complete kitchen. 6083. THE best cost less. Heat water for Monza. '63 equipped
near schools and shopping centers with radio, heater white side Value Rated
less with
For information; Manaro's NICE front bedroom. $25 per 66 Misc .For Sale. Inc. 374-5372.Philgas from FuIIgas wall tires. 8,000 actual miles.
Restaurant. FR 2-4490. month. Kitchen privileges extra. Assume payments small equI-
6-1961. ONE 14' Hotpolnt Freezer 3 yrs. ty. Will consider: older car for Used Cars \ .
1 BR house at 1311 NE 14th Terr. ADMIRAL 11 cubic Ft. Refrigerator old. perfect condition $125. Has equity. Call owner at 372-8441 sedan at
Stove & refrigerator $115 per ROOM IN Home for quiet reserved frost free. Good. $45. Eng- 2 yr. warranty with It. Call FR ext. 33. M weekdays. B&G MOTOR CO. j_-_-._ ---- I
mo. Phone FR 0-2472 Weeman person. N. W. Section lish Bike. Loaded $16. FR 2. 2-4408. DODGE Station Wagon 1954. 2-door. never before price.
1 mile of
Phone
Realty. 6-7477. campus. FR 3075. NEW clothes for 11W fashion dolls auto. tram,, R & H. V-8. Cornet Cadillac Oldsmobile !

"J ALL CHANNEL T. V. antenna Vt retail price. Many unusual de good condition, new paint. 2001 NW 13th St.
RENTALS LARGE room for men. twin beds $295. Call 14S.
Double stack complete. Nothctse signs. Must see to appreciate.
rent single or double. Showers to buy. $15. Brants.N 1004 NE 5th Ave. FR 2-6512. I
DODGE $fRiyal. 4-Drw AT. PS.
WI hays many attractive rentalsIn refrigerator. Call 2-1911 4)6) N.E. J"! W. 8th Avenue.
houses turn and unfurn. Call 2nd Ave. GE apt. size refrigerator. late Alrcond.needs torn minor repair DODGEDARTDODGE
MARY MOElLER REALTOR DQWLING'S UPHOLSTERY model $50 or best offer. Call 465. Joe Boone. 6-0222 or
LOVELY Ig. corner roomi In Chairs low as $8. No money 374-1121 after 5:00 PJA. 6-7447. .76E1
101* W. Univ. FR 6-4471 TRUCKSPOOLE.GABLE
adult home with dbl. bed. nice
down low as $5 per month. '
$
big desk with swivel chair. CloseIn. THWARTED LOVER DODGE STATION WAGON 61.
NEWLY painted Inside. Living 3722296. nIl N.W. 7th Rd. Free estimates. pickup and delIvery W c. registered diamond white good condition take up payments
2/oom and dining room comTrmed. service. All work guaran gold ring set. Marquise. Orig. of $54.24 per mo. Call 6-8153 or
2 bedroom bath kitchen.jhady CLEAN. comfortable rooms. ladles teed. Phone 376-7786. price $375 will sell for $275. Call 6-1510.
yard. $SS month. Inquire or gentlemen. private entranceand 119 SE First Ave. '
after 5.
TRADE your costly to operate 6-1128 J
door. Good
FORD 2
WAGON-1957.
.J025 N.E. 3rd Ave. or call FR bath. Call 6-3092. ELECTRIC water heater. and 372-4343 : U- .
RCA PORTABLE record player & one. At Fanelli and Edwards
a-0703. NICE furnished convenient to $43 for a new glasslmed GAS
room. leather case. 45 speed. Good con- Store. Newberry Road.
z..eR house with 2 screened porches University and Downtown. Sum water heater. Much more hot dition. $25. Call 374-1131. 6 Pass n""gStati n s '
mer rates. Phone FR 2-2815.. water at about half the cost with
in NW sectiolGood condi-
tion. Water furnished. $75 per NICE rooms for rent. 1607 N.W. OUR LP GAS. PROPANE. 70 Marine Wagon at never \
ARCHER ROAD. FR 6-5110. Boat*- Equip.
_mo. Phon FR 6-3248 ext. 2523. 12th Road. Phone FR 2-4972 or before price. -- - _
_FR 6-4083. LARGE FORMICA table and 4
3 BR. kitchen dining rm.. livingrm. chairs. $25; Couch $15 Phone 1< ft. FABUGLAS Commander
614 N.W. 22nd Ave.. $.SS 51-A Wonted To Rent 372-1854. Mark 75 Mercury engine. elc. Act Now S ;;

per mo. Call Ocala 629-1744. GOOD HEARING IS ONE Of your starter. Running light. heavy Yes! It's True! ; ; _

CLEAN. quiet. 3 BR 1 bath home JOINING Univ. teaching staff. De- most Valuable Assets. Don't Neglect duty trailer. T50. 2215 NE 15th II
near elem. school $100 per mo. sire house by late Aug. 3 BR It. Visit Gainesville Hearing Ter. FR 2-5533 after 4 p.m.

515 N.W. 36th Ave. Phone 2-8989. preferred. Daughters 13 & 15. Aid Co. Today 620 North Main 17 FIBERGLASS Boat. 50 HP
NO FLIMFLAMNO
MODERN. 3 BR, IV* bath air-con- References. Visiting Gainesville. Street. or Phone FR 6-0095. Johnson. Tee-Nee 4-wheel trailer. -
early June. Please write F. Barnett $1250. FR e-6961 20 S.W.
ditioned with large screened HOOVER and KENMORE home
607 Progress Blacksburg
porch. carport and utility room Va. floor polishers excellent operatIng 23rd Street. .
with washer-dryer connections.at condition $11.50 ea. PLAT 14 LONESTAR. Fiberglass. New GIMMICKS $2038DELIVERED
601 N.W. 36th Ter.. $125 per FORM ROCKER. $12.50. 376-4640. 25 H.P. Electric start generator
54 Business Rentals
mo. Call FR 2 1476 or FR 6-2735. motor. Gator tilt trailer. $495.
NEW and used chain saws lawnmowers .
3 BR 2 bath. CCB built-in range AIR CONDITIONED$ edgers. tampers. light FR 23241.

& dishwasher large fenced back NEARLY new modern office or plants cable. Wisconsin Brlggs 15 Fiberglass boat. 30 h.p. John- New 1964 GMC Pickups AT RIDGWAY MOTORS-Plus Tax & Tag.
yard. 1100 NE 15th Place. location at 3733 West Univ. Ave. & Stratton new and used mo son elec. Gator trailer. Trade for

FOR RENT 2 BR unfurnished Ph. FR 6-2472 Weseman Realty tors. Rental sales and service. smaller fishing outfit or cash. Ridgway Motors has put their entire inventory on special 1 sale!
1113 N. Main St. Meyers Power Tools. 230 NE no |lunk. G. E. Ganstine Waldo.
frame hou e. 1941 NW 31st Place.
If have been about
16th Ave. Phone 376- m. you thinking a new car.
2 BEDROOM house. unfurnished N.W. 13th St. Building to be con- 12 PLYWOOD fishing boat. 5
stove refrigerator and heater. structed. Spa c e available for AIR CONDITIONER Coldspot 12- months old. TV) HP. Fisherman $175 DOW this is your chance to save big II!

4413 N.W. 13th St. $70 month. physician. dentist. lawyer pharmacy 500 BTU. 250 volts. excellent con outboard. Both $150. Phone FR
FR t-511.: 6-2930 Mr. Haynes. beauty shop and barber dition $150. See at Lot 63 Pine- 6-2342. VACATION PLANNING TIME IS STATION WAGON TIME
hurst Trailer Park.
shop. If Interested Call 376-1831.
WESTWOOD-Llttlewood schools. 3-4 '61 FALCON Automatic '60 RAMBLER overdrive.
72 Office
USED refrigerator. gas range and Equipment wagon. wagon
'BR. 2 baths. kitchen equipped. FOR RENT Concrete block buildIng 56"Per
big shady yard. 600 NW 36th 3V x IIr, plus 2 sheds 55,000 BTU oil heater with fan. Month transmission radio heater. $995 radio heater. . . $995
St. $135 376-6471. connected to main bldg. Ideal Heater almost new. Phone 376- '
mo. 61 RAMBLER 4 door 59 PLYMOUTH 9
for auto repair shop. etc. S160 7781. GAINESVILLE'S largest volume office american pass. wagon.
2 BR. kitchen equipped 1206 4431 NW 6th St. Call supply dealer. Chesnut's
per mo. HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS.Shown automatic.$945 Automatic radio heater. $795
wagon. ,
N.E. 9th Ave. $ Office Equipment Co. Invites
you
372-8554 day after 6 P.M.
t- Call FR 23417 any FR 28889.REPOSSESSED by. appointment. Phone to come In and shop. or call for Including: License tag, state sales tax, life '64 RAMBLER wagon automatic '59 RAMBLER wag 0 n. Automatic -
McKINNEY > GREEN. INC. OFFICE building for rent for real L free delivery. Chesnufs Office insurance and finance
ONLY $450 DOWN estate. Insurance. or related bus. Slant Needle Equipment Co. 106 W. Univ. charges. radio heater air. Executivecar. radio heater. v $895

Closing cost Included. iness.remodel 300 to to suit 400 tennant.square New feet. will and Singer.. appliques Zig Zag and attachments Ave. In Downtown Gainesville. . '. BIG SAVINGS '59 BUICK wagon. Automatic

3 2 BR BR $72$62 per per mo.mo. with clean paved located off-street near traffic parking.artery. overcasts. satin switch.monogra m etc.I. 73 Musical Merchandise Tropical PontiacCMC '62 RAMBLER American wagon. radio. heater, power

See at 2030 N.E. 55th St. For Information call FR 2-0733. W.$459 Univ.per mo.Ave. Balance Phone 376-1075.$67. 815 Heater. . . . $1245 steering . . . $.895
Phone FR 2-0258.
GARAGE space tor rent. 613 S.W. :3 STRAIGHT chairs 43" high. 1 ORGAN SALEOf
CLEAN 2 bedroom house. kitchen 2nd St. Call John Merrill. Real- Truck Center
tapestry covered. $20. 2 with carved Christmas Left overs. All RIDGWAX MOTOR CO.
month.furnished.University 838 SW Realty 9th St.FR$30 2- tor. FR 2-1494 backs. $25 pr.; table top gas new organs. Savings up to 30 302 NW 8th Ave. FR 2-2583
cent. Earl's Plane Co
per
stove. 4 burners
griddle oven.
4351. 56 Business Opportunities broiler. 41" wide by 25" deep. 702 W. Univ. Avt. 372-2222 1132 S. MAIN ST. FR 2-8433

$45; Mittens. Professional movie
49 Rooms for Rent titter complete. $8. Ph. FR 2.1I2.S. WURLITZER -- -
SHELL OIL COMPANYIs America's No. 1 piano and ---- -- --- --- -- --

now taking applications for organs are at Earl's Piano Co.
service stations now under con- OAK roll-top desk In perfect con- Gainesville's evcluslve Wurlit-
NICE downstairs rooms. close struction In Alachua County. dition chests of drawers wood zer Dealer. 702 W. University
In. private entrance off-street Please call Mr. Pope at FR wardrobes; roll-away beds small Ave. Phone :372-2222.
parking. 531 SE 2nd PL Ph. FR and refrigerator. good, $10 lamp.
2-5333 for application ap runs ; DEAGAN orchestra
2582NICEL bells for
-
pointment. Paid training and glass windows and screens also school or home Steel plates.
V furnished room. Maid guaranteed start. many odds and ends at TREAS- chromatic of 3 octaves.
URE 'CHEST Fairbanks. 1 mile range
service. Parking space. Reasonable
EXCELLENT downtown Slncla r Bargain. $14. Also mahogany ad-
/ rates. Univ. Phone North of airport. Call 6-1283.
210 E.
Service Station -open and do- lustabla Lyre-back piano chair
FR7423- Ing business will lease to responsible GIBSON Air conditioner. 18500 BTU. $20. Ph. FR 28245. p

102 NW 13th St. Men -Wo m S n. party with adequa IS See at 324 N.W. 19th Ave. PIANO. good condition, $100. C a II -
SAYS
rooms and apis near campus. capital. Sinclair Refining Co. WURLITZER Mahogany spinet pi FR 2-2487 after ':00 PJW.Automotive. SMITTY '
day. week month. FR 6-2937 or Phone FR 6-0222 or 26512. ano. Queen Anne style. $450. Twin .
FR 61082.LARGE DISTRIBUTOR WANTEDA size box springs mattress $15.
Chromed dinette set. 4ch a Irs I .
clean cool room cects business of your own. deliver.
to shower & refrigerator. Linensi. part time. Maxwell House & San- Turquoise cover. $25. 906 N.E. 20th
maid service weekly. FR 2. ka Coffee. Baker's Chocolate & Ave.
lies or 2-1981. 416 NE 2nd Ave. Instant Soup. etc. to offices & SEWING MACHINE
retail stores. $995 covers Invest- 1964 Automatic Zig Zag. Looks 77 Mobile Homes for Sale
VERY nice large room. refrlgera- ment on all equipment cost on and sews like new. Makes
for private entrance. Call FR 50 locations and should net $300 fancy stitches with drop In t.getEXTRAVahic.
6-2721 or 495-2312. to $400 a month. Only a few cams. button holes. sews on 1)51 HICKS trailer, t x 4T, with
COZY single room front corner. hours a week of your time can buttons, blind hems. overcastsraw 11 x 30 cabana. Air conditioned
.Window awning. well furnished. be expanded to full time opera edges darns & mends. 3 BR. furnished. Phone 3'-7317. .
f .entleman only. 231 SE 2nd St.. tion. Write Coffee Bar Co.. 924 Only $58.12 or 7 payments at -
-near post office. Area Suite 2. Jacksonville. Fla. $ .". Call 3722051. .
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Home of .

Pacemaker Mobile Homes .
Shasta and Airstream -
Travel Trailers

Ocala's First Mobile Home .
L Home And Business 1923 Dealer Silver-Springs Since 148 Blvd. .

Phone 429-1358
Ocala Fla.

BulldozingSMALL Plumbing

bulldozer loader dump FEDERAL QUALITY HOMES Drive Hawes-Powers '.G-W Guaranteed Like-New Better Car
trucks fill dirt. lime rock. Top SEWER INSTALLEDNEW a
4820 NW 13th St. ,
lolL Phone 372-7846. & used fixtures complete 441 South
plumbing service "BIG" JIM Gainesville 372-5113
I BULLDOZERS & Dragline Backhoe HUGULEY Gainesville PlumbIng -- Hours I to .. Sunday 11 to 7
i wheel tractors motor FR 2-1SOT Service Is a must with us.
I grader. Free estimates. W. G. WAS NOW WAS NOW
(BurSt Johnson FR U'''. C SPECIAL THIS WEEK
I RemodelingNEED 10Wide used mobile home.

Concrete A NEW Florida room ca,. large lot. S289$. 1 Mile S. of 64 CHEVROLET S.S. Radio heater, auto- 60 METROPOLITAN. 2-door, hardtop.

I port patio screened-In porch. Paynes FR Prairie.6-3052. For appointmentcall matic trans., power steering . . .$3295 $3145 Real Sharp. .. . . . . . $ 545 $ 500
CONCRETE tmisning. W. t ks. etc.? Call now and get It don
f drives patios slabs and shuffleboard for the summer months. Call WE BUY -
etc.. expertly done. Estl- 372- 04. after 5 P oM. for freeestimates. 64 FORD Galaxie 500" 4-door hardtop 59 IMPERIAL Crown, 4-door hardtop,
mates. Call. 372-3884. USED MOBILE HOMESTop
anytime.
dollar paid. phone 376-0571. automatic transmission, radio, heater AT. Full equipment, power. . . $1095 $1000

FIRE EXTINGUISHERSFLORIDA Upholstery NOW SHOWING power steering, air. .. . . . $3295 $3145

I 164 MOBILE HOMES 58 PLYMOUTH 4-door automatic transmission -
FIREEXTINGUISHER UPHOLSTER your furniture at 2 and 3 bedrooms. all Floor a
64 FORD Galaxie I 500" 4-door sedan.automatic
Appliance Repair & CO. reasonable prices. Call Sally. Plans. Terms tailored to meet radio, heater . . . $ -295 $ 200
Air Conditioning! Sales and ServIce Experienced. FR 6-F888 your budget. Drive a little and trans., radio, heater. . . $2995 $2695
; : All types of Fire Extinguishers I save a lot at

I Pick up and delivery service Sewing Machine Repair CONNOLLYMobile 63 PLYMOUTH 4-door sedan. Automatic
C. R. Thomas Ph. 376-8989 SUPER SPECIALS

I A-I HANDYMAN SHOP I Gainesville. Fla CALL-SEWING MACHINE SER- 2 Miles North Home on Sales.U. S.Inc.441 trans., air. . . . . . .. $2095 $2000
First In air conditioning and Appliance I VICE CO. 815 W. University Phone 622-8166
repairs. We sell guaranteed Landscaping Ave. 376-1075. We repair all Closed Sundays
i washers. refrigerators etc _Makes. Work fully guaranteed. 63 CHEVROLET Impala, 4-door hardtop. '61 FALCON 4-door deluxe automatic
I I x 37 New Moon house trailer.
I FR LANDSCAPE SERVICE Must sell by Aug. Excellent buy. PS, PB, automatic trans. . . . $2495 $2445 trans$1145
-- 60267.WE FIX ITI' Crass-Sod-Garden MainNurserystock 1 Tires Alignment Very reasonable. Write box 421. mission, radio, heater. Sharp. . . .

. Any type appliance. electrical CREVASSE'S of all kinds.NURSERY Broke Service A. c-o Gainesville Sun. 63 VW Combi, like new. 8.000 miles. $1595 $1545

work or gasoline *ngn* repairs Landscape Co. WE GIVE S 3H GREEN STAMPS 60 CHEVROLET Impala 4-door. Automatic $

,, done .Immediately Pick up and and delivery.economically. FR 6-2514 for free estimate. VACATION famous nationally SPECIALON known Mohawk 4924 Butts NW Mobile 13 St Homes Inc 376-8361 63 BUICK Speco1,4-doorwagon. . $1795 $1700 transmission. radio, heater. air. . . . 1245

BUTLER 8. SONS tires . Save to
i SERVICE CENTER Mortgage Broker 30% tires. See up For rent or sale 1962 NEW MOON 63 VALIANT V-100 2-door ST. radio
I on new our new ,
1531 NW 6th St. 376-2866 wrap around retread that house trailer. 10 x 55'. Phone FR 60 PLYMOUTH 2-door hardtop. Automatic
I FHA and conventional at lowest more mileage & traction. gives Lati- 2-1311 Can be seen 1224 E. Univ. heater. . . . . . . $1695 $1500 $745
AIR conditioners Installed and re- current rates. Terms to 25 mer Tire Co. 623 N. Main 5 t_ Ave. transmission, V-8 radio heater. . . .
.
I paired. One day service.C years. Will gladly otscuss at no
4 C. A. Bohannon obligation. Calf tomorrow. TWO bedroom house trailer. $900 62 IMPALA, Super Sport, power steering.
1060 NE 23rd Blvd. FR 6-4U9 J. W. KIRKPATRICK Realtor Tree Service one bedroom house trailer $750. 59 PONTIAC I Bonneville 4-door hardtop. Fully I $1 1
PB AT. actual miles. $2195 $2190 AC
31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 2-8494 Can be rented. Phone V6-8234 17,000 . . : :
Service A-l TREE SERVICE Monday to Friday 9 to S.IT'S equipped . . . . . . I IJ
Appraisal FRED B. ARNOLD Pruning. demossing bracing: & ca- FOOLISH 62 IMPERIAL Crown, Full Power. . $3395 $3200
I REALTOR blelng & tree removaL Cavity
FHA AND CONVENTIONALLOANS work & tree feeding. Lawn serv- t RECKLESS to 59 PONTIAC I 4-door station wagon. Fully equip. $ '
pay more. ,
.. ARNOLD ice and maintenance. Licensed 61 OLDSMOBILE. 88 4-door. sedan. Real .
i FRED 1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 & Insured. Free estimates. Troy pay less. GET THE REALFACTS. including air. . . . . . . . V/D"
REALTOR Payments aslow as1S7.2f Clean. PS PB R & H. $1395 $1350
ESTATE APPRAISAL Thames 376-2940. Jack Hoov r. . . . .
REAL per month with 1300 down.

121' W. UNIV.SERVICE AVE. PH. 372- 522 SVt per MORTGAGE cent Interest.MONEY Terms to 4663482.: Gainesville, Fl. LAKE GENEVA 60 FORD, Foirlane "500", 4-door sedan. 58 DODGE 4-door sedan. Power steering, brakes $995HswesPowers
..- 2SnITS. Mobile Homes Sales
I BUY BUILD REFINANCECall TRUCK HAULING Rt 100 SE Keystone Hts Fla. AT. R & H, A.lr . . .. . . $ .995 $_ 945 radio heater, air. .. .. . ,. .. . . . .
Auto Equipment & MOVINGANY

_t25 NW 13 Dan St. Byrd Ph. FR 9-2511 type hauling. large or small BELIEVE IT 60 CORVAIR 700. 4-door. automatic '57 PLYMOUTH 4-door. Automatic transmission, $r >IC

\ HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuilt I GLADYS Smith Realtor FHA don and economically.Immediately. BUTLER courteously... OR NOTSave trans., radio heater. . . . . $ 695 $ 645 radio, heater,. power steering. 1 owner. . .,. 34*}
xchangedi Repair kits tc and conventional loans. Low I "
Walker Jacks.: Factory authorii rates. Terms to U yean. 1228 SONS SERVICE CENTER. 1358. $600 10 x 46 2 BR fur-
NW 376-2866.
6H St.
Walker Hydraulic JKt.Servlc' W. Unhf. Ave.
eel 372539XORDYCE n'shed. only $3195. $350.40 down

l Agent.SUPPLY HULLS 1314 BRAKE S. .' and Associates Inc. 154.09 per month. 312 N. Main St.I
SERVICE Well
FR M4M Conventional and F.H.A. I 0 5th. Drilling Over SO models to choOM from .

Main Calf 31.1236. Grace Fordyce. WALLACE BURCH WELL DRILLING TRAILER MARTHWY. Motor Co.-
Realtor. Fordyce & Associates.

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Call 372-CCT8. PALATKA. FLORIDAOnly

AUTO GLASS Is -our only busl PAINTING WINDOW CLEAN IHG! 9 left et CLOSE-OUT PRICES SEE: J. L Smith, Frank Gray Wilbur Slight, Mac McCulIoagh, Sandy Comns '_ __ t:R634OO. ..
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timates.
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$ AUTO GLASS CO. 1 guaranteed. Phone experience. Free estimates. Town It Country Trailer Sales
ftl. N.W. 6th St. FR 6-2U8. FR 2-5630. Phone FR 2-595S. 3860 S.W. Archer RdL FR 2-2290. outtraded"4'
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Ideal for the children's camp
8995. General ElectricHeadquarters 0 MONEY 11CLARKE'S FREE EXPERT MOUNTING needs, for gifts & vacations!

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Chace & Kitchens Tire Service 214 W.University Ave. I FR 6-5329

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