Gainesville sun
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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
Alternate Title: Sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: May 20, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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JACKSONVILLE (AP) Haydon Burns Tuesday answered NEWSSTAND PRICE lOc

that a charge he had by Jacksonville his gubernatorial policemen opponent traveling Robert with King him. High ONE WEEK DAILY AND SUNDAY 88th Year; No. 273 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 20, 1964 I}
A He said only his wife, two advisers, and two pilots, "noneof ---- ---
whom has ever been associated with the city of Jacksonville I
.1 1 in any manner" travel with him. ,

He called the charge "just another of High's ridiculous, unfounded G'ville

expressions of desperation." Wallace Calls Vote I

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NAPLES (AP) A political demonstration in behalf of gubernatorial -
candidate Haydon Burns was broken up Tuesday
by Naples police, who arrested a Jacksonville police officer anda

Fenway city building L. Cooey inspector., 41, the policeman, and William Henry Ful- Blow to Bill

ler 46, a Jacksonville city building inspector, were charged Rights

with operating a sound truck without a permit. Mrs. High Here
Cooey and Fuller, who said they were on vacation, were
given summons to appear in court and were released after
'Meeting People'By
police chief S. B. Caruthers phoned Jacksonville Police Chief _. -
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Luther Reynolds to check their identification. JIM McGUIRKSun ;
Caruthers said he stopped a 12-car Burns motorcade, of Staff Writer But Md
which the sound truck was a part after residents complained. '
Citizens didn't exactly turn Cuba Alerts \
out with tears in their eyes MilitaryMIAMI

when the Faith High bandwagon Goes ToBJohnson

_._.u .... rolled through town yester-
: "" '
,1. :; dayBut Fla. (AP-Cuba) ob- plan to carry guerrilla war-
neither did anyone throw served the 62nd anniversary of No Word fare, sabotage and subversionto
rocks.In its independence from Spain today their homeland soon.

fact, most just stared, expressionless amid reports of sabotageand broadcast
A shortwave
Of Manuel pur-
as the wife of threats of armed action Raydead
r. : porting to originate inside Cuba
:Miami Mayor Robert King High against the Communist dictator-
said this morning that comman- )-
At rode through the streets and ship of Fidel Castro. dos of the anti-Castro Student Sen. Daniel B. Brewster, run-
a of Gainesville This was the day on which
1 : shopping centers not unusual for circuits Directorate, still another exile ning as a stand-in for President
!' asking for the votes her hus- Manuel Ray, Castro's first min- between Cuba and the United group, had burned hundreds of Johnson, defeated Alabama Gov.
band have become Gov- ister of public works, promisedto
must to
States. acres of sugar cane in eastern George C. Wallace In a Mary-
ernor of Florida. be fighting in Cuba againsthis land presidential primary cloud-
former The Miami exile colony was
rs > tara Traveling by car with a small chief. ed by a close vote and a murky
From Havana, The Associ- excited over the possibility that The broadcast, monitored in
campaign team of mostly wom- legal question.In .
t ,1L ated Press reported that Cuban Ray, or one of two other Miami, also reported that saboteurs
<: armed forces were placed on a groups, would make a raid on had burned three taxicabsin a Democratic race pinnedon
i I i nn state of alert and all military Castro's island during the day. Havana and that anti-Castro his opposition to the civil
14 ea' 'a tea.i en, Mrs. High linked up about leaves were canceled. Headquarters of the three slogans had been painted on rights bill pending in the Sen-

\ i .i> 5 p.m. with a motorcade of Then the telephone line went groups said only that they still walls in Cuba's capital city. ,
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i about 13 vehicles on city'soutskirts. Wallace made his point.

See 3.
\ Ht ts r- r= Then she climbed aboard her page
U.S. Uncovers Secret MikesIn
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newt "' "bandwagon, a canopied truck
"ri festooned with campaign post- ate, Wallace drew 212,068 votes
Tuesday, 42.66 cent of the
ers, and paraded through town
: first to the courthouse, then to Walls of Moscow EmbassyWASHINGTON party total.It .
the shopping centers.As was better than his showing
x a public address system in Indiana-29.8 per cent-or
I blared campaign songs and jingles (AP) U.S. and other Eastern European out of the eighth, ninth and 10th Wisconsin-33.7-and he claimed

s Mrs. High and a fivewoman security agents have dug more capitals. floors of the Moscow-embassy. vindication in the Maryland vote
1U team lined the sides of the than 40 secret microphones out They said any information It is on these floors that Kohler of his stand against the rights
truck, clapped their hands and of the walls of the American losses which may have occurred and his principal aides have bill originated by John F. Ken-
sang campaign ditties. Embassy building in Moscow through the microphone network their offices. Kohler's is on the nedy and pushed by Johnson.

J The women smiled and wavedat during the past month and are were probably limited by "the ninth floor.Officials. Brewster, 41, a former Marine
pedestrians and drivers, searching for others which may measures taken for protection said the Moscow em- elected to the Senate only two
many of whom seemed grimly still be hidden in the building. against such a possibility." bassy has been checked 'repeat years ago, was elated by his effort
intent on ignoring the whole Officials are investigating to This apparently referred to edly for hidden microphones to preserve Maryland's 48
procession.At determine if any important secret the fact that all employes of during the last 11 years. Re- national nominating convention
the courthouse and againat information was obtainedby embassies in Communist coun- cently it was ,decided to makea votes for Johnson.He .

a shopping center, Mrs. High the Soviets through the mi- tries are warned frequently that more exhaustive investigation had been tapped by the
Mrs. Robert King High wife of the governor candidate followed the same general for- crophone network. their offices and residences may using demolition tech- party organization-with John-
mingled with her husband's supporters during a mat. She briefly.greeted the on- Ambassador Foy D. Kohler be bugged and are cautioned' niques-in other words, tearingup son's blessing-to take on Wal-
I brief tour of Gainesville yesterday. (Sun Photo by Eddie lookers, thanked them for com- has made a formal protest to' against discussing secret information some of the walls. Official lace in a border state with a
Davis) (See HIGH on Page 2)) the Soviet government over the where it might be information did not make it recent history of racial strife
I listening devices. picked up. clear why this decision was marked by repeated outbreaks
The story of the hidden microphones The microphones were dug reached at this time. of violence in Cambridge.
_. was disclosed by the
Governor Rivals Covering : .7 State Department Tuesday. A Brewster wound up with
statement by the department's 264,613 votes, 53.23 per cent of
Recreation Dream.Project'
security chief, G. Marvin Gen- the total. The remaining 4 per
tile, said indications are the devices cent were cast by voters preferring -
n Florida North to South were "placed in the build- Andrew J. Easter, a Bal-
timore draftsman, or an unin-
J ing prior to its occupancy by
the United States" 11 years ago. DetailedA structed delegation to the national -
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS that some persons, through ida," Burns mentioned his news- The building was assigned to convention."We .
:Mayor Haydon Burns of Jacksonville friends in high places who con- paper endorsements. the United States by the Soviet made the fight and we
wooed voters in west trol the press, will try to blocka Before leaving Miami, High government for use as an em- $4 million dream projectto loosa Lake, locating campingsites won and I'm glad," said Brew
Florida today while :Mayor Rob- candidate for public office. gave newsmen figures which he bassy in 1952 and was occupied convert nearly 15,000 acres on the east and west ster.He
ert King High of Miami invaded "It seems there is some sinis- said put Miami in a better busi- in the spring of 1953. of Paynes Prairie into a giant ends of the prairie and possible aimed this parting shot at
Key West in their torrid runoff ter force in the area of influ- ness light than Jacksonville in Officials said that not countingthe recreation lake was outlined at land purchases surrounding the Wallace: "In baseball, anyway,
primary campaign for gover- ence of news that seems to recent years. newly found network, since a hearing before the directorof prairie to tie in with future it's three strikes and you'reout.

move 'ahead of anyone who High said he understands 1949 more than 130 listening devices the Florida Outdoor Recrea- expansion plans. ."
nor.Burns scheduled stops at Pan- goes ..contrary to their philosophies about 1.5 million copies of an of various types were discovered tion Council here today. Bill Mitchell, speaking for Wallace didn't see it that way.
ama City and Pensacola. High ," Burns said. eight-page color supplement for and removed from U.s. County Commissioner Edgar the Chamber's water resources "This Maryland vote," he
Johnson, who has spearheadedthe committee, described the said, "should let them know in
from Embassy buildings in Moscow pro-
proceed Key
planned Later, in a televised "reportto Burns will be inserted in news-
project, presented the com- ject's"construction and Washington and in both national
West to Fort Myers, Orlando, the people of northeast Flor- (See GOV. on Page 2))
Winter Park and Daytona prehensive plan for the Alach- problems.He parties that they can't get rid
Beach.In Builder Hits ua County Commission to Ney said the construction, of us by calling us bad names."
Landrum, director of the state which includes raising U. S. The governor hinted of a pos-
a prepared talk in Key
Reds Make New recreation council. 441 a few feet, will cost an es- sible technical challenge of the
West said legislation with
High Inaction
timated $1 million. results because of
teeth is needed to control the City Nearly 50 persons, most of Maryland'sold
them representing groups in The primary cost of the proj- unit vote system. Similar to
lobbyists who flock to Tallahassee the area that have endorsed the ect is the estimated $2.9 mil the Electoral College vote in
for legislative sessions every Advances in LaosVIENTIANE On Housing project, attended the morning lion to buy the 14,600 acres of presidential elections, it makesit

two years. hearing at the Gainesville land, Mitchell explained.The possible for a candidate to
He said that if he is elected City officials were accused of Chamber of Commerce building.Sen. chamber official said win a primary even though he
governor he will work for more Laos. (AP) western edge of the Plaine des taking a "hands off" policy J. Emory (Red) Cross benefits from the project include trails in the popular vote.A .
rigid controls of lobbying.He The last positions held by neu- Jarres, was'Kong Le's original toward the proposed City and Rep. Ralph Turlington also recreational improvements that U.S. District Court in Bal
said he would "press for des heaqquarters site which the Housing Code yesterday by sat in on the hearing. will increase tourist trade, en- timore has nullified the unit
legislation which would require tralist forces in the Plaine Communists took Monday afteran Gainesville builder Clark But- Johnson said the $3.9 million hanced land values and temper- vote system in Maryland pri-
that lobbyist state his Jarres region have fallen to the ler. ature regulation for citrus and
a offensive over the weekend. project has seven phasesacquisition : maries for statewide office. It
name, who he represents, how Communists, Premier Souvanna "Apparently everybody is of the prairie, buying sufficient other agricultural areas. has set a hearing for Mondayon
much he is paid and in detailed Phouma announced today. taking a hands off policy be- access areas to the Organizations at the hearing a suit to apply the ban to
fashion what he does for the Neutralist Gen. Kong Le aban- Alachua Co. cause they're afraid of elec- prairie for public use, buyinga supporting the lake project included the presidential primary also.
money." doned his emergency command tion time," Butler told mem- half-mile strip of land from The Alachua County Brewster led in enough coun-
Tuesday night High bid for post and withdrew farther south- Vote Called bers of the Bi-Racial Committee. Newnans Lake to Paynes Prai- Audubon Society, Alachua Coun- ties and Baltimore city districts
some of the 27,000 Polk County west in the face of continuing rie, getting access land along ty Water and Conservation ot get a 92-79 margin in unit
votes that went to that area'sfavorite. Communist pressure, a spokesman Commissioner Ed Turlington, Cross Creek for improvements Board, Gainesville Garden votes.,But his popular vote edge
Scott Kelly, in the first for Souvanna said. a member of the committee, denied between Orange Lake and Loch- (See PRAIRIE on Page 2) (See PRIMARY on Page 2)BiRacial )
primary.At 'Proper9TALLAHASSEE the charge.
a barbecue near Lakeland, U.S Secretary of State Dean "Maybe the commission did
The :Miami mayor referred to Rsk: urgently recalled AdlaiE. (APJul- at one time but I don't feel we
Burns as "Hiding" Burnsa Stevenson, the chief U.S. del- ius Parker, attorney for Rep. worry too much about it (beingan Group Proposes
on Burns's first name and egate to the United Nations, Earl Faircloth of Dade County, election issue)," Turilngton
play from because of asked Leon County Circuit explained.
a Eropean trip
inspired refusal by the to further face- the deepening crisis in Southeast Court today to toss out Atty. Butler said he felt many of Talks Recreation Issuetion
before the runoff.In Asia.A Gen. James Kynes' suit chal- the local builders and realtors on
to-face leging Faircloth's first pri had .been talked into objecting."It .
one speech in Jacksonville government statement said
mary. is not nearly the issue
S Tuesday night, Burns said that "following massive attacks, pre- people have tried to describeas By JEAN CARVER acceptable to the commu
the press appears to be under pared well in advance launchedby Kynes challenged the May 5 a police-type program," But- Sun Staff Writer .. "Felt something was nity."
the influence of "some sinister the Lao-Viet Pathet Lao vote on grounds charging more ler said. A brief statement from the wrong," says Acosta. See The city manager said this
and North Vietnamese troops than 4,000 Alachua County citizens Bi-Racial Committee 2."We're.
force. Butler noted that he has extra yesterday Page morning he had, already arranged -
"In a second speech he said he against our neutralist positions had been registered improperly interest in the code becausehe recommended that City Man- a meeting in his office
was proud of the endorsementof in the Plaine des Jarres and as voters. has proposed a special hous- ager Bill Green and Recrea- Thursday afternoon with mem-

his candidacy for governor Muong Phanh, the.last neutralist Parker told the Associated ing project to the FHA that requires tion Director Ray Massey meet not in any position to bers of the advisory committeeand
I by 46 Florida newspapers. positions existing on the pla- Press he based his request for a city housing code and with the Negro Community Cen- pass judgment on the Acosta Massey.
Burns was the guest of a $25- tea"of Xieng Khouang have fal dismissing; ; Kynes' suit upon a workable program.Butler ter advisory committee.The business. We know the impres- Mills chairman of
; dinner given by members len. and a representativefrom committee suggestedthat Eugene
a-plate letter from the attorney gener- sions the Negro community has
\ of Jacksonville's Jewish Muong Phanh, perched on the al's office to Alachua County in Lincoln Estates met with they' "discuss the problems of the man. Our community the advisory committee, al so
community. He was introducedby which the Alachua County reg- the Bi-Racial Committee yester- of recreation." generally thought he was doinga said this morning that Acosta'sfiring
Martin Sachs, his longtime istration was described as proper. day to discuss housing and related Although no reference was good job," Cosby explained. seem "rather hasty"
personal attorney, who said: building trade activities made to last week's firing of the group.
"The rumor has been spread WHERETOFINIJIT relating to Negroes. Harold Acosta, the Negro su- Committee member Thomas He'said that the advisory
through the state that Haydonis Last month, the Alachua Salaries and job opportunities pervisor of the Community Cen- Coward said the group didn't committee was normally con-

not a friend of ours. This is a County grand jury listed more were discussed and members ter, two members of the BiRacial want to comment on the Acos- sulted about hiring and firingat
lieBurns than 4,000 registerations as irregular of the committee agreedto Committee issued personal ta firing until all the facts are the Community Center and

dirty -said "I have never been 'Comics . . 22 and called upon Super- discuss similar topics with statements on the subject.Dr. in. was not aware of any com-

more'deeply'hurt than I was by Classified . 23-25. visor of Registration Alma union officials. E. A. Cosby, pro tern "Our impression is that the plaints about Acosta's work.
Bethea to correct them Following the discussion the
editorial carried in a Miami 0 Entertainment . 23 by chairman of the Bi Racial recommended meeting of the Mills said petitions are being
an Obituaries . 2 Sept. L meeting was closed to the pub-
Beach newspaper. To be de lic and Committee at yesterday'smeeting advisory committee will be circulated among Negro
scribed "anti-semitic was the Opinion Page . 6 The irregularities included could review press so"delicate the committee mat that discussed Acosta's dismissal soon, within hours," Co ward zens protesting the advisory

deepest cut I have ever'known," Sports . . 15.16Women's ; registration on Sunday and ters," including the,recent clos- behind closed doors, said. "We hope we can thrash committee's not being consulted
. . 5
i j besaid.said improperly attested registra- ing of the two city recreation made a short statement to The out the rumors and boil down about Acosta and the dis
i it was regrettable tions. centers on weekends. Sun after the meeting. the facts and arrive at a solu- missal.'I .

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; Viet Nam Quiz ''.con''''IIA B / \ \ o Senateb f

e..vu.\ in Baltimore County, which has I
,., 14 unit i "I could sense something was ordinarily have been doing I WASHINGTON (AP-Senate ;
c. votes, was only 106 out
WASHINGTON (AP-Secre- a statement for a closed session ZONES *L\ .c \\.\ of 93,000 cast.A wrong in the air." something to keep them from Republicans meet behind closed 1

I tary of Defense Robert S. Me- of the House Armed Services reversal of the unofficialvote i Fired Negro Community Center -acts of delinquency," Acosta consider amend-
B D Fair through doors today to !
Namara said today that American Committee. A of the I in recreation supervisor Harold .
copy that county when the of- said.He
Thursday. Low tonight low ments to the provision of the k
Acosta told the Sun yester- said he did not feel the
soldiers in South Viet Nam
t statement was released by the i 85 to 90. ficial count is taken in about a civil bill that has evoked f\\
60s high Thursday 'a
"are receiving the best equipment committee as McNamara be- '4.,' 5 1w.eaa week could day he felt his dismissal was closing was wise and eated a rights
change the unit vote
Variable 5 to 12 mile winds. I the most GOP criticismequal 'j
unjustified. He noted that he lot of friction, especially among l'
] available for the unique gan to testify. I picture, but Atty. Gen. ThomasB.
I task at hand." Members of the committee' S Finan has said this would be had no idea that city officialswere Negroes."It employment opportunity. ,

With this statement, McNa- were expected to question him' A Clear to partly cloudy through meaningless.They not pleased with his work. hurt us more than them. After a session Tuesday on
Thursday, isolated thunder showers "But I was puzzled even when They have more places to
mara sought to refute charges closely. this evening not much temperature NwM1r\ can't change the rulesin go the 10 other titles of the bill, Re-
that the of obsolescent change. Low tonight in 60s, high I[ asked them and they said than we do. It took away everything -
use The chairman, Rep. Carl Vin- Thursday U to 92. the middle of the game," blican leader Everett M. Dirk-
satisfied with that had.
planes in South Viet Nam son, D-Ga., said in an opening C Fair through Thursday. Low Wallace insisted. An aide said they were my we said he is confident some
tonight about 60, high Thursday 92. \ work, Acosta said. "I could The fired recreation
H supervisor -
caused the death of two American
statement, also released by the Variable 5 to 12 mile winds.E the Baltimore County canvass senators have been swayed to
sense something was in said he felt the action
wrong city's
fliers F G Partly cloudy few iso-
committee, that "I want every lated showers through Thursday. Low would be closely observed.The the air." that suspended the weekend activities the side of cloture."I 1
McNamara gave his views in member to feel free to developany tonight, In 60s high Thursday 85 to WIMbJTa Brewster-Wallace race
90. Variable S to, 15 mile winds.H He said that although he felt at the centers "for fur-
thought he with to pulled record 54 .believe we have satisfied a
may express I Partly cloudy scattered a per cent of f
the dismissal ther
was unjustified; study"
showers through Thursday. Low tonight was running away
[More About or ask any question that' in 60s. High Thursday 85 to 90. eligible Democrats to the polls.In until he is provided a. list of from a problem rather than good many pople on a good f
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he thinks is pertinent to this Variable 5 to 15 mile winds.J other balloting: many things, he said.
I K Partly cloudy scattered charges against him with ample solving it. ,
inquiry. said'that night showers 70 to through 75, high Thursday.Thursday Low around to- GAINESVILLE WEATHER -Republicans voted overwhelmingly -time for study before a hearingby "We shouldn't run away from Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey of I
Gov. Vinson he had '5. Easterly 8 to 15 mile winds.CEDAR readingsfor to send an uninstructed "
; a a Municipal Airport the city manager, he did our problems, Acosta said. Minnesota, the assistant Demo-
asked McNamara to answer the 24 hours to 8 a.m. to- delegation to their national convention not want to discuss the firing. He said he felt that the rec- cratic leader, made the same

e ,points raised in various news KEY TIDES day: High 88 at 2-3 p.m., low rebuffing two individual He said he couldn't say that reation program developed at
at 19:43<< claim his side after
From 1 Thursday High I.m. and on a party
Page reports about the deaths of the 11:14 p.m. Low at 4.29 ajn. and 5:16 56 at 6 a.m. No rain. candidates, one of them a backer the city resolution closing the the Community Center since he of
pilots who were flying T-28 p.m. of Arizona Sen. Gold- conference on the package
Community Center and Recrea- took over in late 1962 had improved -

;t! papers throughout t the state Sun propeller-driven planes jn South Sunset today .ALMANAC.... ....... .. 7:18 TEMPERATURES High ELSEWHERE Low Preclp. water.Sen. tion Center on Friday and Saturday participation by Negro amendments worked out by Senate -
> .1. p.m. leaders with Gen. Rob-
j day. "In this brochure, High Viet. Nam. .Sunrise tomorrow .......... 5:33 a.m. Jacksonville 82 88 73 61 .36 J. Glenn Beall won Re- nights were directly in- youngsters. Atty.
said, "much is made of Mr.Burns' The secretary was also in for Moonset tomorrow ........ 3:02 am. Miami 88 69 publican nomination to a third ert F. Kennedy.
j Tampa volved
in his dismissal."It .
Full Moon :::._:.:,,.....".., May 26 Atlanta 85 63 "There's still a lot that can be
record in Jacksonville. I questioning about over-all development -PROMINET STARS New Orleans 88 60 term, setting up a Novemberrace might have had some done or is on the road to being Dirksen told newsmen, how-

i think a true comparison will be of the U.S.-backed Arcturus.The Twins high, set overhead....<.....,... 11:04 10-48 p.m.pm. New Boston York 89 83 61 70 .11 between him and Demo- bearing on it," he admitted. done," he noted. "We're mak- ever, he does not think the
of concern to the people to determine fight against communist VISIBLE PLANETS 90 70 crat D. Tydings. A
guer- Venus sets ................ 9.48 p.m. Washington Chicago 8. 45 Joseph per- Commenting on his personal ing progress when we can keep Southern filibuster can be shut
I how they are going to rillas. Saturn rises .............. 1:46 am. Kansas City 90 68 sonal friend of the late presi- views about the suspension of one person off the street. off before early June.
vote." McNamara recalled the con- Denver 82 52 dent, Tydings resigned as U.S.
MARINE FORECAST Ft. Worth 86. 59 teenage: weekend activities at He said he could not help
The Miami mayor said Jack- tribution of Kociuszko Van Steu- EAST GULF: Variable winds 5 to Los Angeles 73 SO 53 attorney to run against State both centers, the 32 year-old feeling he had been treated un The title against job discrimination -

| sonville's indebtedness both ben and Pulaski to the fledg- 15 knots through Thursday. Fair.Five Seattle 70 Comptroller Louis L. Goldstein, Bethune Cookman College grad- fairly. takes up about half of the ;

general revenue bonds and rev- ling United States and said "the who was backed by the party uate said he felt the closing did "No one can ever make me bill's 55-page text and has 1

i enue certificates is $131 milI mission of our men in South ay Forecast I organization dominated by Gov.J. more harm than good. believe I have done wrong be- aroused much opposition among \

]lion while Miami's is less than Viet Nam is the same as the Millard Tawes. "A number of teenagers were cause I acted in the faith of Republicans.

$76 million. Burns has been saying mission of those Europeans who Temperatures will average one-half inch of rainfall, exceptfor -AU congressional incumbents -put out in 'the street who could the people," he said.

] Jacksonville has a bonded came to assist us in our fight near the seasonal normal during locally heavier amounts in seeking renominationwon. Dirksen, chief author of the

debt of less than $7 million but for liberty." the five-day period ending south portion. package of amendments, devot-
the extreme
High said this omits revenue "Let me be clear," McNa- Monday. The normal high In the Democratic presidential CORE ed many of his proposed
f t f certificates. mara said. "We are sending reaches into the upper eighties Showers will occur in the extreme primary, Wallace carried 16 to Protest changes to this section.He .

highly skilled and trained men south portion at the be- of 23 counties and two of six
: Quoting other statistics, High during the day and the said in advance of today'scaucus
f to Viet Nam. We intend to con- of the period and over Baltimore city districts.He .
claimed Miami was ahead of low dips into the sixties at night. ginning he is confident these
] Jacksonville in gains in manufacturing tinue this commitment and the The forecast calls for less than the state by the weekend. swept all nine counties on amendments will meet substan-
I.. trade Vietnamese intend to win the the Eastern Shore of Chesapeake City Hiring SetupHiring
8 finance, personal income and fight. Bay, where Cambridgelies tially the objections to pro-

construction.r The road ahead will be long 'SABOTAGING'HIGH and which clings to the traditions vision as it cleared_the House. .

the of and hard. But it is not in our of the Deep South.Brewster's and promotion policies adult working class Negroes in'I''' ..

t the High arrest brought in up Naples report of twoc tradition to back off when the greatest vote came in Gainesville City Govern- CORE," he told The Sun. j Gainesville Sun

going gets tough." BANDWAGONWhen from Negro and Jewish neigh- ment are being challenged by a According to information received -
Jacksonville city employes, one Published eveninos except
j newly organized chapter here of II
borhoods in north and northwest by The Sun, CORE or-
while and Sunday
Saturday morn.
s a policeman, campaigning the
of Racial .
for Burns Tuesday, and the Faith High band- "Now THIS is what me and Baltimore and the Montgomery Congress Equality.The ganizers will begin arriving nQS by the Gainesville Publishing -
will hand
said "I think it raises Qbitturie mind!" County suburbs skirting Wash- group a griev- here soon to coordinate the Company at 101 SE
: quest Martin Luther had in
wagon came to town'yesterday, ington, D.C.It ance report to the City Com- drive. II 2nd Place. Gainesville. Florida
tions. It apparently was a refer- mission and entered as second class
know who is someone had a sneak punch was the last stop for Wal- Monday night. The also is matter at the Post Office at
1; "People want to ence to Miami Mayor Robert "If the group trying to I I'I .
demands for '
BRADY equalityin
prepared for her. lace on the primary trail. Heisn't 'line list of Gainesville. Florida.CIRCULATION .
directing traffic carrying King High's pro-civil rights up nationally
city job opportunities aren't
j out other responsibilities police- Brady Roosevelt Ward, 62, As she spoke, unidentified per- stand. It is expected to be the entered. in the June 2 California met, demonstrations will occur -'I known speakers for this sum- RATES BY

men perform. It raises a ques- 2724 SE 13th Place, was pro- circulated nearby passingout single most important, issue in race.Tickets ," Chapter President Mike mer.Officers CARRIER OR MAIL
tion too whether this is in keeping nounced dead on arrival at Ala sons I the governorship campaign, and I Geison promised. "But of the chapter here, 1 Week .45

C with the best traditions of chua General Hospital Monday a handbill labeled, "It's the handbills were presumably Still thing will be within the every-law formed during the last two 3 Mo*. $5.85

i American politics," High said. night after suffering a heart HIGH time Yuawl," and depicting passed out by persons favoring On Sale ForSYInpl10ny and there will be no civil disobedience -!weeks, are Geison, who works I All mail subset iptions must

The two Jacksonville em tack. I I a Negro sitting on the front High's segregationist opponent, ," he added. 'at the J. Hillis Miller Health' be paid in advance.

I ployes arrested at Naples both He was a carpenter and brick porch of a mansion.The Mayor Haydon Burns of Jack- County and some private racial -'Center; Arrago Welch, also of Member of Audit Bureau of

,. said they were on vacation. mason.A I I handbill was captioned, sonville. issues also will be chal- 'the Health Center; first vice Circulation. ,

H They were charged with operat- native of Wilmington, N.C., Tickets for tonight's performance lenged. president; Paul Newman, a All material contained herein Is

t I lj ing a sound truck without a he had lived here for more than by the heralded Philadel- sophomore at the university, the property of the Gainesville
j permit. 40 years. He was a member of More still being "For the future, declared second vice president; and Julian Publishing Company, (c) 1964. Re- J
phia Orchestra were Geison, "We have in mind production In whole or In part 'Is
the Methodist Church. a Brown, an English student, strictly forbidden without the written
sold today at Gridley's Music equality of job opportunity at oermlsslon of the publisher.
More About AboutHigh I
{ Funeral services will be at 10 Canova Drugs and secretary.
Company, the county level, ending discrimination -
a.m. Sunday at graveside in the Information Booth on the at Alachua General

Prairie Micanopy Cemetery. with Jones- University of Florida campus. and improving ,.
Hospital Negro
5 Johnson Funeral Home in \
charge. -- From Page One Music Director Eugene Or- ,housing in east Gainesville. ttHAYDON; BURNS
mandy will conduct the Orchestra He said CORE thinks the National -
Survivors include three
I From Page 1 daughters, Mrs. Barbara Wellsof ing and then went on a handshaking "I feel that any candidate in a program which in- Association for the Ad- Governor of Florida
cludes the works of Beethoven, vancement of Colored People]
crowd. does not necessarily need the
: L a k e I a nd, Mrs. Ernestine tour of the
Club Gainesville Motel Assn.
Scarlatti-Tommasini, starting at here has moved too slowly.He I
in endorsement of large, metropol-
Steele of Chiefland, and Mrs. In her speeches .and an .
: Alachua County Sportsm an's Burns is the
said most of its work has Mayor
would not itan to win, but 8:15 p.m. in the Gym.
Assn., Gainesville Boat Beryl Craig i of Zephyrhills; terview, Mrs. High newspapers any I > candidate in the governor's -
candidate does need the vote The concert is a special Lyceum -been done by its youth council."There's .
..' Club and the Levy and Madis- three sons B. R. Jr., with the discuss the campaignleaving I C fi race who has
Commissions. Army in Germany, Harry E., the "political i s sue s'' to her and confidence of the people." Council presentation. an age limit on I : P shown his ability to \
I County
I r on membership in the youth coun-II ; t-; ( provide leadership and
I Information and testimony at with the Air Force in Texas, ,husband _ _ _ cil and we feel that there's ; : .,, l sound business policyin I
S the hearing will be considered and I. E. Ward, with the Armyin Gainesville was one stop-over I ; H : government. His opponent -
; by the recreation council for Jacksonville, N. C.; a brother in Mrs. High's nine day tour I I room for more participation of i 4$ M t can only prom

consideration by state officialsfor Roland J., Gainesville; anda of the northern and central Flor-I I SEE by ,xi. / .i ise Haydon what he Burns might has do. -
state and federal assistance sister, Mrs. Oran Kopman, i iI ,
ida territory many political analysts Peace Talks? J been elected mayor of
Gainesville. j 1
.- expect to go strongly for, : e*% Jacksonville five times
: iii1.i. in the first primary by
SUSIE HOGUE opposition candidate Mayor -, I ADEN, Federation of South : .. the people who know
Elks LodgeCompeting I' Haydon Burns of Jackson- the SUN Arabia (AP-About 300 rebel ? him best and soundly
AUGUSTA, Ga. Mrs. Susie ville. I 0 O I tribesmen have gathered in the i endorse his proven
I '
In Mae Hogue, who moved herea Yesterday she toured Pensa- Radfan hills, prompting British : leadership.
year ago from Gainesville, cola, Panama City, Apalachicola ALACHUA GENERAL Bramble, Lois Marie Hendricks, speculation that they may be 'A ; MAKE THE

I State Meet died Monday in the Augusta In- and Perry before stopping May 18, 196 Vera Collins, all of Gainesville; discussing peace overtures to -

firmary after a week-long ill- overnight in Gainesville. BIRTHSMr. James Certain, Alachua; Lucy the government of the Federa-, JACKSONVILLESTORY

The eight-man ritual from the ness. Today she has s c h e duled and Mrs. Ray W. New- A. McKinney, Cross City; Ron- tion of South Arabia. I

Gainesville Elk's Lodge will Survivors include a daughter, Ocala, Leesburg and Orlando. man, 1619 NE 19th Lane, a boy. ald Lesley Cothron, Cross City; The British army went into I -. THE

compete for state honors to- Mrs. Leon F. McCrary of Tomorrow she'll be in Lakeland, I ADMITTED Ernestine J. Perry, Alachua; action against the rebels three I FLORIDA STORY
morrow at the Elks annual l Gainesville. and St. Fri James weeks the desert
Tampa Petersburg; A. Chitty, Reddick; Phil- ago to secure .
convention in Miami.They'll Funeral services will be in Ar- Br denton and Elisash Williams, James Ron- Aden with Dhala (Paid Political Ad 2 _
Sarasota road to
day in Sidney Anderson, Hernando; linking
ald Crews Isaac Varnes Mar-
Jack- II
Methodist Church
vie with six other lington ,
Ft. Myers. Mamie I. Markham Lake Butler the north.
teams, aU champions in their sonville, at 3 p.m. tomorrow, garet M. Colwell, Tressa Pearl]' ------
I Such has been her schedule. ; Carl Dixon Tummond,
Valdosta Sanders Lucas
with burial following in Ever- Dykes, ,
districts. I Three to five cities a day, start- Chiefland; Annie Lucille Gibbs,
I The winner will go to national green Cemetery at Jacksonville.Platt ing on the east coast and ending Benita J. Zimmerman, Deborah: Hawthorne Nicholas
; Angelo,
Renee Lewis William Louis
Funeral Home of Augusta ,
competition.On the west coast. Archer.
on :
and Key McCabe Funeral I Goette, Norvelle Wall Alderman SELF PROPELLED
the Gainesville team are "I've lost ten pounds," she
Home in Jacksonville are in I Marion A 1 b e rt Abranfs, DISCHARGED
Lou Hindery, Ira Carter, Gene charge. said, but added that she was I Thomas Neal McCallum, Janice

Liddon, Rudy Freman, Bob Other survivors include her enjoying "meeting people" on' Fay Waldo, Shirley Jean Fair., Janet Clarice Hudson, Mrs.

Heisler, Tommy Hicks, Dick husband, Robert J.; three other the grueling tour which begins cloth, Frank Bozarth, Verne}]I Esther Lampp and daughter, HEAVY DUTY MOWER

Jeffcoat and George Reeves. daughters, Mrs. John G. Harrison -at 6:30 each morning and Drake, Betty Ruth -Hottenstein,, Mrs. Mary Brown and son, Mrs. \ -

AU are local, district or state Augusta, and Mrs. Lewis sometimes doesn't,,wind up until' Alfred Taylor, al of Gainesville; Ina Baumgarner, Rochell Cur- ;\ Powered by 4-cycle 3 h.p. Clinton Engine, with spring-

officers. Bowick and Mrs. Charles Stev- 2 a.m. the next morning.At I' William Jones, Ocala; Cora Roberta tis, Mrs. Rosa Benton, William I 1\ -\ wound impulse-type starter All-steel mower base.
Coaching the local team are both 29, the five-foot two-inch Melton, Mrs. Elizabeth Butler
ens, of Jacksonville; a son, I Green, Madison; Lewis: ,
Foster Brunson and WashingtonClark. Robert E., Jacksonville; a sister -mother of five is no stranger to Ray Wiman, Ocala; Effie Phoe.. Mrs. Carolyn I Ward, Geneva

,. Mrs. George Ryals, Way- politics. Her husband is currently ba Bass, Earlton; Ferman Williams -Hurst, Archie W. Yeomans, \ BIG 22-INCH CUT

The Miami meeting, head cross, Ga.; two brothers, S. G.. in his eight two-year term as Jr., Alachua; Winifred Mrs. Mamie Blackshear and

quartered in the Fontainebleau Evans, Waycross, and Carlos Mayor of Miami May Crawford, Melrose; Samuel son, Fred Watson, John W. An- \

Hotel, will last through Satur- Evans, Chattanooga; ten grand She said she had worked Otto Aungst, St. Petersburg; derson, Gladys H. Bass, Byron

I I day. It begins tomorrow morn- children and five great grand- alongside her .husband during Frady Otto Gillman, Alachua; R. McCallum, Lucy A. McKin- $ f95

I ing. _,children. his successful effort in Miami, William Roy Hines, High ney, Nor v e lle W. Alderman,i i _
but the gubernatorial campaignis Springs. Francis Taylor, Vela Mae ONLY Iu
her first venture at solo cam- Washington. .-

Public BookCheckouts paigning.Her DISCHARGEDMrs. '
library EASY
experience was obvious ACCIDENT ROUNDUP .
I Emma Townsend, Her- TERMS
in of her Confronted
one answers.
bert Carver, Lottie Mae Williams Involved in accidents reported -I
Top 100,000The with the fact that a major and daughter, James G. by the Gainesville Police Department
home town The Miami i PUSH TYPE
newspaper, 1 I
Prentice, Mrs. Ada Wiggins and and Alachua County '_

number of books checkedout -Hawthorne Library, up to Herald- had not endorsed daughter. Henry Blakely, Mrs. Sheriff's office in the past 24 C; ityiej 22 3.-inch h.p. 4-cycle cut only engine ................ 3895
her husband Mrs. I
of the Gainesville public library 2,836 from 2,242. : High rejoined Nance R. Jones, Frank Ray hours were: I '
the. first six High', Springs Library Batchelor Marion t
during' Coop, Betty ,
Edwards t Also Available. 20. 22 &! 25-
Roy Tew
"We found it NW
interesting ,
down to 2,430 from last very, _; -
months of the 1963-64 fiscal year's Albert Abrams. 9th 4 inch mowers with Briggs Strat4' -
reading.KirbySmith. Ave., and a bicycle ridden I & ton
100,000t 2,465. ? engines, slightly higher.
year topped -Micanopy, up to 1,861 from May IS, 1964BIRTHS by Jerald Gaines, 704 NW 6th _ _
The total circulated-from Oct. Ave., at W. Univ. Ave. and I ALL MOWERS SERVICED

1 to April 1 was 104,940! compared 1,145.Starke, 13,983 from last- Eighth St. at 7:56 pjn. yester I with gas and oil, ready to

to 87,960 during the same year's 11,656. Student Fete Mr. and Mrs. Roland Ward, day. I use.

period a year,ago. The Gaines- -Bookmobile, down slightlyto 3178 NW 12th St. a boy; Mr. James Williams, 808 NE 22nd

ville library accounted! :for 25,420 from the 25,508 figureof Graduating sixth-grade students and Mrs. James Perry Waldo, St., and Clifford Sylvester Goo-I ; PARTS&QUICK REPAIR

J about two-thirds of- the total a year ago. will be honored at the R11 Box 30 C-5, a boy; Mr. den, 1239 SE 17th Drive, at SE SERVICE

number of books circulated i by Total circulation in the district Kirby-Smith Parent-Teacher Association's and Mrs. Kenneth Beach, 917 11th St. and 10th Ave. at 3:56 Buy where you con get all parts and quick
.bookmobile _ _ _
the six libraries and NE 7th PL Mr. and
j during the first six monthswas final meeting of the a girl; Mrs. p.m. yesterday. repair service by factory trained mechanics

In the Santa Fe Regional 156,639 compared to 135- year at 7:30 pjn. tomorrow in Donald T. Hendricks, 1222 NW Margaret McReynolds. 'Roberts TRADEINSWELCOMED when you need it.

Library. 438 in 1962-63. the school. 16th Ave., a boy. 728 NE 7th Ave., and SEE THESE MOWERS TOMORROW!

The' circulation figures were Other figures in the library Also on the agenda .is solicitation ADMITTED Charles Hurst, 510 NW 3rd St., OPEN 7 a.m. until 6 p.m. weekdays 7 a.m. til 5
made public yesterday in a report report show a total of 46,458 of funds for financing music at W. Univ. Ave. and 3rd St at p.m. Saturdays

by the regional library to books on hand, with 2,612 addedso activities at the school during Suzanne Ward, Geoffrey Hut- 3:38 pjn. yesterday. We will gladly accept your old

the County Commission. far this fiscal year. There the next year, a musical ton Smith, John W. Anderson, Willie James Williams, 506 mower on one of these new models. C. B. BOHANNON JR.SE

Figures for other libraries: have been 9,922 borrowers- program, installation of n extyear's Gladys Hazel Bass, Carol Jean NW 2nd St, and Zelma Thomas GOOD USED MOWERS .

-Carver Library in Gainesville -. cards issued since October. officers and a receptionand Sodetz, Patricia Murial Beach, Bray, Micanopy, at S. Main
.uP to 5,169 from 4,462 a At story hours, attendance I refreshments in the school Francis A. Taylor, Lillian Bessie -and 1st Ave. at 11:29 a.m. yes- 7th .Sf. at 8th Ave. Ph. FR 2.9561

year ago. -- .- --- has ,totaled 2,536. cafeteria. Flanagan, Margaret Elise terday..

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-control startled his colleagues, tem he says requires members
Unique Wage Congress
Wallace follows up today by introducing .to put in 20 or 25 years before
I' Made His PointBy legislation to retire them. .they can hope to have much

Pact Has'Penalties' Age Limit? His bill would limit senatorsto :impact on the affairs of Con-
three -6-year terms, representatives -gress.
JAMES MARLOW states' rights. Putting equal Last March, the Maryland National Guardsmen last week WASHINGTON (APA con- to five 4-year terms Arrest
Associated Press News Analyst treatment for Negroes in double Legislature passed a public accommodations -used tear gas to disperse dem- stitutional amendment that; -present terms are two years Dope
WASHINGTON (AP) Ala- harness with states' would 70' declare that could
rights was law-the Sen- onstrating Negroes.All prevent anyone over -and no one AP-A
bama's segregationist Gov. probably especially helpful to ate's civil rights bill has a these factors had Mary- BERNE, Ind. (AP-An agree- from running for Congress is be elected after reaching 70. Chinese cook on the Americanliner
George C. Wallace as provedhis Wallace in Maryland. I somewhat similar provision- land steamed up before Wallaceever ment that could cost union members -being proposed by a 67yearoldfoe Burkhalter, the oldest fresh-I President Wilson and the
point: There is wide opposi- That state has been its there. didn't of the seniority system.
up to got He miss I Yokohamabar
prohibiting racial or religous up to six weeks' pay and man in the House, has already Chinese owner of a
tion to President Johnson's civil neck in the states' rights issue.I any bets in talking on the sore arrested
discrimination by operators of management a comparable Rep. Everett G. Burkhalter, announced he is quitting after have been on
rights bill to give Negroes equal One of the cases in which the points. For instance, he broughtin He he is of smuggling $830,000
I restaurants, hotels, inns and amount if let future D-Calif., whose blast several one term. says disgusted charges
treatment in many spheres of ,Supreme Court ruled out official similar eating and lodging the Supreme Court's ban on they negotiations weeks ago at the old-timers in at being shackled by a sys I worth of heroin into Japan.
American life. prayers in public schools came]places. It did not apply to bars, official prayers or required Bible collapse was ready today -
This is what [from Baltimore. The Maryland taverns or cocktail lounges.On reading. for final signatures.The .
he said he House of Delegates has been re- I Early his month, preachingin S a'p
wanted to Analysis: apportioned by court order.I top of all this, there had a Baptist church, he asked, contract, called the first ... .
prove when he What The And a federal court has orderedthe been severe racial disturbanceson "Did you ever think the Bible of its kind in the history of collective .FFxec. r.ipzII' A
entered the state's congressional dis-: Maryland's Eastern Shore, would have to be bootleggedinto bargaining, is to be
presiden t i a 1 tricts redrawn. especially in Cambridge, where the schools?" signed in New York Thursdayby
primaries in Harold D. Sprunger, presi-
Wisconsin, Indiana dent of the Dunbar Furniture
and Corp of Berne, and Sal B.
Maryland, where a victory What Did It All Mean? Hoffman, president of the Up- FRIENDLY
would have let him capture holsterers' International Union.
their delegates to the Democratic

National Convention.He Not Even Wallace KnowsBy officals Local signed union and the agreement management in

lost in all three in running Berne Tuesday. Present wage; ....
against stand-ins for Johnson: 1
scales were not disclosed.
In Wisconsin to Gov. John W. INVITATION
I. Reynolds; in Indiana to Gov. JULES LOH Tuesday night after all the votes lasted about 30 minutes. Then it Dunbar employs about 300
BALTIMORE, Md. (AP-The were counted and he was ended, almost abruptly, whenan
Matthew E. Welsh; and Tues- workers, 70 per cent of them union :
limp carnation was turning reflecting on the race in his announcement came that :
day in Maryland to Sen. DanielB. members. The only strike at
Brewster. brown in his lapel, the coffee strangely quiet motel room, with 41 per cent of the vote the plant, in 1959, was settled on.
was cold in the stained cups lit- "that sectionalism is not a fac- counted Brewster had pulled day short of six weeks.
But-in Wisconsin he got tering his headquarters, the last tor in opposition to the trend of ahead. From Haydon Burns supporters in the primaryWe
about 34 per cent of the Demo- echo of elation had died in a trying to solve everything by This is the way the contract
cratic vote, in Indiana about 30 hoarse whisper of fatigue, and federal force. Wallace was plainly disap- works: seeking
realize that our candidate wasn't the only good man -
even though moments
per cent and in Maryland rough- George C. Wallace's 10 week
!y 40 to 45 per cent. campaign in the North was, at "It is now evident that a new before the polls closed he had For a period up to 12 weeks the Governorship of our State. There were other good candi-
His main appeal was against last, finished.No trend has been established, andit outlined once again, with paper beginning with the start of negotiations -I
the civil rights bill-now stuck one, Wallace included, transcends sectional lines. and pencil, how it would be im- 50 per cent of em I dates who shared the Burns philosophy in many respects but

for 11 weeks in the Senate be- could know precisely what it "This Maryland vote," he jority.possible for him to get a ma- ployes amount wages from and a matching funds I who had the support of relatives friends and admirers of their
cause of a Southern filibuster meant or where it would all said, "should let them know in company
will be paid to the First Bankof
against it. lead.His Washington and in both national Mrs. Wallace, who accom- Berne, which will donate its I own.
It is too soon to say what effect own estimation was that parties that they can't get rid panied her husband on his cam- services.If stake. A different philosophy is to be
there is issue at
his the votes he in Wisconsin, I
showing particularly got of us by calling us bad names. paign swing through Maryland,
in Maryland, will have on the Indiana and Maryland demon- "They called me a bigot, a sat quietly, looking fresh in a agreement is reached within -1 reckoned with. It is squarely up to all who prefer the Burns
bill. But it will fortify the South- strated a reverse of what sym- white dress with red and blue six weeks, all the money held
pathy in the North for the Ne- liar, a racist, an agitator, a i philosophy to join hands and work together for a cause.
erners who can say now with trespasser. They pictured my accents and an orchid corsageon by the bank is returned. If a I
I good evidence that they're not gro civil rights movements."I with Ku Klux hoods. her left shoulder. Later, settlement is arrived at within
,. alone in wanting it killed. have shown," he said late They supporters called in 10 senators to when the last meeting with nine weeks the payoff is 75 per, The primary demonstrated clearly that we should win by a bigmajority

If the supporters of civil beat us down, and yet,*' he said cheering supporters was over, cent. Up to 11 weeks it drops to if the qualified voters will only GO TO THE POLLS AND
rights can take any solace from with an air of triumph, "a ma- she seemed genuinely relieved. 50 per cent, the 12th week to 25
the results of Wallace's three Teachers jority of the white people in I "I'll be glad to get back to per cent. VOTE. That is our biggest challenge and your enthusiastic sup-

campaigns it is this: In all Maryland gave me their sup- Alabama and see the children," -
and is cordially urged.
three states the majority of the For port. I'm elated That's far she said "I can't remember the port
voters were against him. Ready more than I ever expected." last time I was away for so I NOW OPEN I FOR
Probably very few of the people The Alabama governor won long." 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. VOTE FOR
voting in these primarieshave Round TwoSALT about 43 per cent of the vote in As for her husband, at this ALL YOUR FAVORITE FLORIDA'SNEXT
read the civil rights bill the Maryland Democratic pres- moment fatigued to the point of I BRANDS B U R NS
in its entirety or, if they have. LAKE CITY, Utah;idential primary against Sen. exhaustion, he clearly longedfor 0 Liquors HAYDONPLEASE GOVERNOR
could claim to understand all (AP) Utah's 10,000 public I Daniel B. Brewster, favorite-son more battles to join. But he Wines Pd. Adv.
its legal implications. school teachers have voted to! stand-in for President Johnson. refused to say what form they O Beer
Wallace combined his attacken end a two-day walkout, after!The state's Negro population is might take. One guess was that FREE DELIVERY
civil rights with an appeal preparing for the next round in' 17 per cent. he will concentrate on expanding PAUL'S LET'S GIVE
to those who see, or think they their fight for more money for For one brief moment shortly his unpledged elector move- VOTE HAYDON BURNS MAY 26
see, the encroachment of social- education. after the polls closed Wallace ment, overwhelmingly Package Store A LANDSLIDE i
ism in American life. About 90 per cent of the teachers sniffed an actual victory. ful in Alabama, to success-I
1318 E. University Ave. I
He said at one rally: "This voted Tuesday to resume The first returns showed him ern states. -
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hill would take over every ,eaching today, but they also de- leading Brewster-152 to 136 in -- -- --

home, farm, business, and labor cided not to sign next year's one district, 194 to 69 in another,
union in your state. The left- contracts until a special legis- then some totals: Wallace 28-
\ wingers want to drive this coun- lative session is called to consi- 000 to 22,000 with 11 per cent of
try straight to socialism." der an emergency $6 million the vote in; Wallace 39,000 to
Knowing that liberals, favor- school appropriation, and other 33,000 with 17 per cent counted. HOURSALE
ing civil rights legislation, were demands are met. The victory-inspired levity
The normal time for signing
against him, Wallace's appeal teachers"contracts has Paid Advertising
to conservatives gone by. ....
xas and rac- .,
Chances of recruiting new
ists. He said he expected to geta
teachers from out of state appear -
vote which would knock the slim. The National Educa- u
liberals' "eyeteeth" out. tion Association asked its 902,000
Always he argued the civil members not to accept jobs in I; gUAL1TYI
A rights bill is an invasion of Utah until the crisis is over.
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0i.afUtsui11e'JSUtt' i i 'Youth Wants to Know II

.. THESOUTH Nf'WJnrk. imra talking like they'd rather have ond is that people in general happened to account for the

i By ARTHUR KROCK the other guy. feel that how they're got n g According to Farleys JI JIchange.
JOHN L HAKAISON. President aadrvMUfceri Did teacher explain how she to vote is their affair. So the Law, that is eyewash. Did "

FAT COWtES. Vie Press.. WASHINGTON A news knew that? "upset" in Oregon was only a your political science teach e r
3OSSSOK. TIe. Pres. report that mock nominati
ED g
upset of the so-called expertsand tell you about Farley's
all the an
{ ISDn)
and Exee U Cdltari: W. G. conventions have from
Florida's Beautiful'University EBEKSOLE. Vfa Preside art ATcrtMBg *- the spread TV and the radio. She said those press and TV reporters No?
I colleges to the high schools
City' Director, BOB TAETAGLIONX. By RALPH McGILL they got it from the Poles. who went out on a limb Well, Mr. Farley holds the
suggests that
.. juvenile interest
Vie PrexUemi.and Circulation
.. Palllicr rill fflMlnr poMUhef But Stanislas Wyczkenovich, with them. But the experts world's rc"rd.for predictinghow
I I I in politics has reached the : ,
'. \ Minacr. Of the Atlanta (Ga.) C.UUMUBA
have old reliable alibi andI
in the kindergarten, he claimsto an ,
level where the American an election will come out.
r THE SUN'S POLICY ': be a Pole, and he told guess that's why they man-
Show must be prepared for a And his Law is that voters
teacher he never heard noth- age to stay in business.
1. Report the news .fully and impartially Irr the news columns. discussion of the Oregon pri- ing of it at home. Daddy, what is an alibi make up their minds well in
z: Expresrthe opinions of the Sun in--but only ft-editorial* mary somewhat as follows: advance and don't changethem
How did teacher handle that AN ALIBI is when
3: Publish all sides of important controversial issues. For Dad, what is an "upset?" you unless their guy gets in
? claim left the before
An one you scene
THe Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 something"upset"unexpected, Junior, by is when most Oh, she said she was speaking something happened you wrong and big election.So at least. aweek

Want Ads-*76-467Z AmericansSemi everybody happens or something of a different kind of are being blamed for. In the before the
this "upset" talk, Daddy,
I the experts said n ever Poles. The kind like when you case of the sample Oreg o n
':; darkness came with would. What's on your mind? go to a lady's door and as polls, the alibi is that the voters is a lot of -
'A StormApproachesFrom : the pressing of a button. The her who she wants to be pres- changed their minds at the Son, I don't want to hear

first half of the Federal Build- WELL OUR political science ident. And she said that was last minute, after it was too any of the other political sci-

the blue has come a clap of fies Commissioners cannot dictate ing' show a*, the New Yort! teacher said today t hat what she meant by Poles, and late for you to sample them ence the terms you. learned in
World's Fair came on the Rockefeller's winning the Oregon those who tooken it was knownas again. Even when nothing kindergarten.mised
racial thunder, and! Gainesville city hiring-firing of city employees. This PoIsters. '
screen, with the picturing of Republican primary over
officialdom has scurried to the closet, rules out -interference, maintains the people who constitute the Lodge was an upset. THEY'RE "pollsters"-p-o- = ON THE RIGIITJohnson =
huddle'with thumb in mouth. Sutherland. Do have science double all
there to world power we call America. you political IsterBut right.
r There were the beginnings teachers in kindergarten? Now we can get to the pointof

in and ink sketches Yes, sir, she says Dr. Spock your second questionwhy
The rest of us watch the billowing From behind this paper shield, shown pen :a
4 thinks we can't start learning teacher described the Oregon '
by artists of the time,
Commissioner Sutherland portraying ,
(jf clouds and;) forked tongues of flame the small ships that about this stuff too early. primary as an upset. T he answer e

lj and wonder what forces are about to hopefully as the racial storm brews. came the first settlements, Son, what are you? Five is that most of the people

]' be unleashed among: us, and how we the Indians, the men in armor and a half? Okay. But first, who voted in it did exactly 'The

{J..J. can prepared for the deluge. ) teacher tell you what a pri- pollsters figured out they
by unfortunate circum- the slave ships. '
( mary is? would after asking those ladies -
stance. Two leaders There followed a series of WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY JR.
major city
{ From whence comes! the storm? were She says it's when a bunchof at the doors bow aboutit.
f1 f in New York, polishing off the details old photographs. The immigrant guys are running for'presi- I have yet to find a lady,

of'weeks of a six million dollar bond -issue tide were some 40 million dent, like in Oregon, and each or a man for that matter, who Lyndon Johnson, for all his them 20 billion dollarsin
It began a couple ago. persons the Irish, Ger- simplicity, is acquiring the of the next 10
tries some course
which the City of Gainesville guy to get more peopleto ever was among those asked
Two Negro couples appeared at the recently mans, Jews from many lands, say they want him to be anywhere. But it seems that kingly habits. Wherever he years-an expensive dinner.
: at the floated. Latvians, Ukrainians, Scandinavians goes now a days he seems to The routine I is
weekend Teentime dance president than any of the other the "samplying of trends, as as say,
white recreation center. Drunken Bohemians, Roman- guys. And that the most the operators call it, is very, have got into the habit of to make the promisethenstare

white-boys danced with Negro girls. One of these men is a titular head ians, Croats, Serbs, Bulgars people sudde nly said they very scientific. So one of two making a royal gift, like Congress in the face

who should lead Gainesville out of -they came from many lands, wanted Rockefeller.WHY things, probably both, ac the kings of yore who when and more or less challengeit
thereby causing disturbance and to join the first adventures visiting their provinces would to call deadbeat
the wilderness. He is Mayor Howard DID she call that an count for flubs like they madein you a
the arrest of one youth. from England France an d upset? Did she say bow she Oregon.The scatter about a chestload or Congress being as Congressis

McKinney, clearly the official spokesman Spain. knew they hadn't chosen Rock- first is that there are no two of ducats among the these days, i.e., fearful of
for the city. For an absorbing while peasants, as evidence of their benumbed
Exhibiting shocking lack of crew efeller some time ago? such things as "experts" in public opinion, by
there flashed on the screen a Yes, she said they kept on this pollster business. The sec- royal favor.Considering. the ignorance of,the average
tive imagination, the City Commis- In New York with :Mayor McKinney long series of these old pho how much Mr. voter about the source of all

sion responded by closing down week- tographs. Here and there one Johnson is given to traveling those funds he is constantly

end teenage activities at all recrea- has been City Commissioner heard a quick indrawn BELOW OLYMPUS By Interlandi about, there is some fear for showering about the country

tion centers-both white and Negro. James Richardson, who is in a key breath, a whispered comment the endurance of the patri- and the world (they come,

position. During his campaign for office but mostly there was a mony. His trip to Appalachiacost of course, out of the voter's i

The reason given was that the two months ago, he pledged tribute of silence. An audience: the royal exchequer one own pocket), weakly suc-

dances had become so popular that creation of a "Citizens Task Force"to of affluent Americans, able tc .,. ..r. billion dollars. When he went cumbs. With the exception of

adequate supervision was "increas- attend the World's Fair, were up to the World's Fair to some of the squanderous buiit
ponder Gainesville racial problems.He NAVE f0tt speak to the Amalgamated around the aid
ingly more- difficult. stilled by these pictures of A M'tht:StJMf programs
is, in fact, the only Commissionerso their ancestors. These early Workers Union he was not I cannot think off hand

pledged and dedicated, and this products of the camera's art of mind, and dropped therefore when recently Congress has
To us, the logic was about the a mere million dollar aborted an act of royal lar
doubtless played a role in his elec- are magnificent and moving.The 'rn
same as closing down the Fire De- tion. subjects are stiffly pos- gift to the cause of juvenile gesse.

\ partment because the city was havingtoo ed houses in the Dakotas, they delinquency in Harlem. There MR. JOHNSON, then, is in
A I was a splendid opportunitythere a position to make the United
fires. sit in groups on the decks of
many Gainesville for the second consecu- immigrant ships, the women hIKItJjS I thought, for Nelson States Treasury a depressedarea

tive spring faces serious racial up- shawled, the ir voluminous Rockefeller to upstage him if he keeps it up. Thereis 1'
We dismissal of school by making a gift of two an about the man :
i are aware heaval, which is part-and-parcel of skirts gathered about the ir energy
million: but Nelson Rockefeller which mortifies those of us ,
1 for the summer will idle Gainesville the national '/
Negro movement for
a feet.There lllt' ,, is busy these days, in our thirties, who would
in the next two weeks. We of a tr
f youth place under the sun. Gainesville'sproblem are pictures men,
spreading his wealth amoungthe not have the energy to giveaway I
know warm weather will encourage will not be solved if the women and children before peasants of California... more than a few million .

activity outside the home. We know dialogue between Negro and white is lonely cabins. Irish labor IT IS A VERY interesting dollars a day, if we were

Gainesville is capable of racial ten- silenced.It crews digging the canals and precedent, this business of President. An observer said :
tunnels, posed for some of
sion. We know the need for solvingour _.. ___._ facing an audience, makinga once about Mrs. Rooseveltthat
these pictures, as did those grandiose executive com- she treated all the world
problems-not evading them. will not be solved with City immigrants who built the rail I j1Th\\\\\ mitment, and then sitting like her own, personal slum

Manager William Green's wishy- lines westward. There are back to watch Congress writhe project, Mr. Johnson, who

t Then comes another development. washy "personnel matter" approach.It pictures of Italians at labor,t t with embarrassment. One told a reporter in Decemberof
of men before coal mine pits,, night in 1961 John F. Ken- last year that he considers
i The city fires Harold Acosta, direc- will not disappear while City Com-
of men with heroic mustaches nedy called in for a good himself more liberal than

I ts, tor of the Negro Community Cen- missioner Alan Sutherland leafs sitting with beer mugs before i 7 W ,[ S 1 dinner at the White House at Mrs. Roosevelt, doesn't exactly

t ter. But, most important, the city hopefully through the City Charter.We them in some sal 0 0 n., bunch of Latin American dip- do that: It is not a part .

gives no reason for dismissing Acosta. But mostly the pictures are omen 'We need more censorship in literature, in movies, lomats, and before the of his psychological make-up \

City Manager William Green instead suggest these three routes to and women at wori: on television uh and on beaches!" evening was over had proEWPOINT to suggest that all the world is :
building America, ripping its; sort of C o u e i s t optimismand
into flamenco dance I
goes a sound racial
understanding: raw materials from the earth,, THE CONSERVATIVE V][ joie de vivre combine a
about "this is a personnel matter"which laying steel westward, cutting : sort of Coueist optimism

will be handled "between the (1) The City Commission make the plow to the prairies,,, ("everyday in every way the

parties involved.'* the dramaticmove of reopening the killing the buffalo wantonl world is getting better and

Gainesville youth and without reason. : New Profit-Sharing Ideas better") with a Donne like
programs on a
The pictures are stark, sensitivity (ICe v e ryman'sdeath
\ It just so happens that the firingof sounder basis, reinforcing the pro- something almost cruel, with I diminisheth me, for I

Acosta-whether for justifiable grams where weaknesses have been austerity and hardship of the s By DAVID LAWRENCEi Nor did Mr. Reuther of the employers and unions are be- am involved in mankind") to

reasons or not-is not a "simple per- apparent, whatever the cost. time. The faces of womelook i WASHINGTON The bigI auto workers unIon-if, in- ing promoted in this countryand human want.

sonnel matter between the parties out, some young an I profits which the automobile deed, he did read the speech are producing repeated HE DESIRES to settle all

involved." It has, in fact, put the ((2)) Mayor McKinney conduct an pretty and dressed in the frilled industry recently disclosed -heed the advice given. What national emergencies." He the problems America has-
blosues and long skirts oi f: have attracted the cov- Governor Romney said is, declared that the automobile even while assuring us that
Negro community in an uproar. And investigation of the Acosta firing, the time; others, wrinkler and I etous eyes of the labor un- however, a new approach to industry must share its progress America doesn't have many

this has incited a goodly segment of and either publicly justify the dis- old at 35 from much hard 1 ions. Walter Reuther, presi- the wage-price problem of the with the public, even problems. He wants to solve

the whites. To this uproar, the missal or initiate reinstatement. work and the bearing of chil. dent of the United Auto Work day and certainly. is significant as the employees themselvesmust the problems! of race relations,

Gainesville Sun's telephone operatorcan dren. ers, is quoted by the United beyond: the realm of party share. He made refer of poverty, of old age insurance

attest. One is thankful for the itin. Press International as having politics. Extracts from Mr. ence to a profit-sharing plan of deliclent schooling,
(3) Racially-pledged Commissioner erant cameraman of the time., said in a press interview: in Romney's talk follow: that he had put into effect of Communism and of Cyprus.His .

Richardson-along with Mayor Many of those who daily an,d New York a few days ago "As a matter of fact, I thinkon when he was president of contribution towards the

WP didn't expect much more than McKinney as the city's official nightly sit through these showings r. that the UAW would, in its the basis of current econ American Motors.' He continued solution of this last is Senator

t.'I* -ane statement from City Man- spokesman-reopen the avenues of have pictures at home o new contracts, try to ref omic policies that it's just : Fulbright. His contribution!
lieve" General Motors of some a question of time in this As far as I was concerned towards the solution of the
a>T*' Green who is not renowned for communication between the white grandfathers and grandmothers
: of its multimillionldollar prof- country before we'll face a I undertook to embody that others is to spend more
hi :urageous stand in the face of and black segments of the popula perhaps even daguerreotypes in enact laws and
real economic crisis, and I what I called a, progress- money more ,
c\ ....rary winds, but we certainlywere tion. of immigrant grandpar its.Now comes another news think this is because we have sharing contract that we ne- trust in the good faith 'of the
ents like those shown on the
shocked by the position of City dispatch from Washington been ignoring certain defectsin gotiated with the UAW in Soviet Union.

Commissioner Alan Sutherland, who Gainesville borders screen. quoting a high government national economic policy 1961; and this contract startson An extraordinary man, no
on an abyss the
Once this show is
over 1 that the theemise that if doubt about it. A
saying that labor
source as are sooner or later going man
conceded the Acosta firing has put which could cast into dismal crowds to mobile seating .
us a move a
Johnson administration doesn'tI to catch up on us. and.management' and capital chiliastic fervor: "See that
his phone to ringing also. racial swamp, thus blackening the arrangement. It moves 1 expect the forthcoming nego1 NOW THE FACTS are are to prosper, then the problem? Believe in me. See

r city's name and shamefully defiling semi darkness, traveling 1 tiations between the unions that under the current laws customer must be the first to now the problem is gone"

I Commissioner Sutherland's hiding all that is human and holy. slow circular route. On each 1 and the companies to force we have in this country, permitting participate in progress." Here indeed is a true dif-

place is not 'a closet. He grabs the side and ahead, pictures oThe f: an increase in car prices. the concentration of REFERRING TO the com- ference between the liberal
America flash on screens. ; So it's apparent that the Unrom economic power, unions and ment by President George and the conservative mode,
petticoats of the City Charter's Sec- God grant us the foresight to do history of development f ions will try to get as much employers have largely been Meany of the AFL-CIO in Atlantic for the conservative recognizes

tion 14; Subsection C, which speciVoice Justice-in time. the first sea crossing t" tv<<<* as they can out of "the com- picking up the results of progress City recently that gov- the problem, seeks to do

time men are orbiting th' panics profits. But there is and the customers ernment intervention in the something about it primarily

I earth and preparing to go U: no indication as to what the have not been sharing in that fixing of wages and prices by harnessing hum a n instincts

the moon appear on multiple j consumer may get, except progress. means destruction of collective rather than by har-

screens. possibly the assurance that The thing that has madeour bargaining, Governor nessing g overnamental ma-

of the PeopleOn There is not much tall i the prices of cars will not be economic development Romney said: THUS THE PROBLEM of

among those who come out raised. This will be called broad, and has stimulated it, And not only are we in the poverty is, one that is met

They are moved and bomb wage-price stability." has been bringing more and process of going down the more, successfully by the

led. America was not always i ODDLY ENOUGH, a d i s- more customers into the mar road of destroying collective same means that brought this

The Sun's Opinion Page==== so affluent, with pockets oi:f senting view has been express- ket. The reason automation bargaining-we're also going nation out of poverty into affluence -

poverty hidden in mountainand -s ed by a man who not only -which is not a new thing, except down the road, of destroyingthe in the past two hun-

Opinions GIld comments ol Sm readers are welcome in the Voice of the People co"""' Letters slums of large cities. Th< has often been mentioned for that we are using differ private-enterprise systemin dred years. The Liberal mode,
must be signed Cln4.',.", u.. riter's address. Names will b. withheld if requested. A letter should shining towers of the Fair tes I the Republican presidential ent techniques, but as a principle this country, and we're so many more people becauseof
not exceed 500 words and mast'be-written' only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The "
nomination but who, prior to it is not new-the reason throttling its operation. its capacity to give instant
Sun reserves the right to'rcicct any letter or to shorten it, without chaqing. the writer's meaning or tify to what man has creat
election to his automation The Governor said gratification, is to do
intent. ed, but not too long ago his! present post as is not produc ing Michigan away
Governor of Michigan, headed more jobs, and enough: jobs, that, to permit a concentration with problems by acts of
.of. the many cross currentsof by both High and Barns. High creations were sod and loj J g
Supports-' laboriously up a big automobile company. is because customers are not of private power by a corporate national resolution.
politics and governmentand complied. Burns has not. huts and implements He especially recommends being made the principal combination of unions or em- Lyndon Johnson is a perfect

Disclosure: the interests of the major High ,promised to do so ev pounded out on .n-il is the public should get the benefit beneficiaries of our economic ployes not only thwarts economic embodiment of that kind
ity of citizens. The<< ,tendency to by men called blacksmiths.One of national
exhuberance and
of high profits by being progress. Now that is number progress and the employment
EDITOR Sun' We much avoid sharing in in ery year while governor and can go the .'t'oois fxh
: are politics our
T given a reduction in car and the use of automation he is giving us a wonderfulride.
the editorial nation is reversal to conditions one year afterward. The bit and see a Disney cleat one.And
pleased by vigorous a prices. this is important be- but it also increasesthe Sometimes, if I close my
policy and practice of that.favor undemocratic Times editorial argues that Abraham Lincoln rise fron* I almost hear his
What Governor George Rom- cause we have a conflict in reliance on government, eyes, can
the Gainesville Sun and 'for: government The editorial the sources of income of his chair and talk about liber'-
a ney said on May 7 was not our national economic policy, ar" the go- anent keeps music. But I do have to close
the many editorials that reflect should be placed at the disposal high public official are of legitimate ty and justice. Or one may gi( widely printed. He talked informally and this conflict in our national stepping into this process." my eyes.
a high degree of sensiti- of the Burns campaign man- concern to the public to the Johnson Company building *I- at the Party-to- economic policy is as fatalto These are not the kind of When they are open I see

vity to social and economic agers and a request that, they since these sources may and see an enchanting 5 People Forum" in Chicago economic growth in this thoughts the country is hearing the line in the Bible which

ethics in our society today. support because of clean affect public decisions. Each three-dimensional film on th
Thank the whole staff for us. and good government.A. day until election, the editor- joy and freedom and spirit o I National Committee and such tween slavery and freedom presidential candidates of either ,> from Proverbs 2&-17,

We wish also to urge you to R. MEAD ial states, a Times reporterwill children on all parts of tL, talks though delivered at was.in the social field a hundred party, but they would which warns us that "He

reprint the editorial, "Noth ask Burns to disclose his globe. open meetings, are sometimese years ago." seem to be worthy of further that passeth by, and meddleth
ing to Hide" from the St. (Editor's Note: The St. personal and corporate assets But for Americans, t h < not given much attention in Governor Romney added study by the present or future with strife belonging not to

Petersburg Times of May 17. Petersburg Times editorial and liabilities, both actual show in the Federal Buildinjjs g the press because they remade that concentrations of power makers of national econ- him, is like one that taketha

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J., D. Shannon, reporter. nves for a fortnight. xne cruet; Evangelist will e*
-1v---- 1.l'R/ !")" 'T.. COLORED NEWS I Mrs. James Williams returned view the !lesson. Hie :Sun d 7
": MARRIAGE ANNOUNCEDRev. here yesterday =from /mart School:rally twill:be.held:jfollov

,r I and Mrs. James Williams -I ford, Conn., where she 'was lug 'Sunday :School. Devotions

0i.a 1tl1e .Suti..I .8..F.. Childs Colored News Editor announce the marriageof visiting with!her daughter,Mrs. services, ::11 am. Song service
tts theirdaughter, Miss Dorothy Thelma L. "Young, and other by the choir. The Chief Evangelist /

t. Williams, to Willie (Lemon) relatives for :two weeks. is asking 'the:members to
,' I l LACROSSE NEWS REHEARSALSCHEDULED Wilson, son of .the, .late.,Mrs. Mrs. Lena Johns left 'yester. be;present ina business meet
Choirs' Union The Choral Group of Juvenile Annie Johnson of this city .on day for Deland .because ',the ing :at !the end of :Ihis .service.
\ IqJX a: BA R7i EQQr. ?resl4gat p' I, The .Choirs' Union will beheld Lodge No. 113 is asked to meetat May 1 at Miami. illness of her sister, .Mrs. EdnaJ. Mrs. J*. ,D. Shannon, reporter.
rppAerf 'U C 1 rrIm. I I Lat tthe [St ;Luke Baptist the jhome of ?Master Donald They will return to -Gainesville =; :Ford, whose condition vas
1 lee, ED /CWt aoN:. rice r & i.t 1 f Church of God :in ,ChristChurch -
,.... ui Executive.* filteri )f. G. , I Church at Alachua, onMay 24. : Ross,'of;704.SW.1:5th> Terrace.-on in the near future to make reported as :slightly improved.
Florida's BeautifulUniversity. EBEpcl. Tie* /MtUemt *M ,u. Both.ChoirsNos.l.and:: ; 2 anniversary Friday,for the final rehearsal. : :their home.ALACHUA William Madison, .of High ;School, 10 am.; morn-
1Ii 1 nrtWar Due..,. JBQB 1'AaTAGI I was successful which Springs, passed through ,Gainesville ing worship, 12 noon; Young
City'h OWL Tic mMeBt ui' CtrciUUe I was.recently.held. MASS MEETING TODAY NEWS yesterday en route to People's Willing"Workers':Meet

t atuF F j i 'To'.Present Program There will be an.important To Appear As ,Guest Choir Clearwater. ing, 7 p.m.; and evening worship

: THE SUN'S POLICY, .I f Edna Cooke,' Willie James mass meeting at the Mt. Car- The .St .Matthew Baptist 8 pm.Bishop H. Williams,
i l and,Mary'Moore-will appear'in mel Baptist Church today at 8 Church Choir wffl appear .as Miss Mattie Williams, of St. pastor.Mt. .
+ : 1. Report tht news fully and Impartially In the news columns. J I, aprogram.at the St. Paul Bap guest-choir at the Mt. Olive Petersburg, passed ,through Carmel ,Baptist Youth
, 2. Express the opinions of the yn k--but only Xt-editorials /J 25 p.m.During the meeting, there Primitive Baptist Church with Gainesville yesterday routeto and
at 8
tistChurchMay 7:30
Forum : ,
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3. Publish all sides of Important controversial 1 Issues. / Jacksonville
will be a discussion in regards Rev. H. Sundayat
Kinsey, pastor,
The a dIn iss ion prices ,are: also both Choirs Nos. 1 and 2
i The Sun's telephones: All DepQrtft1ents-- 72-8*] f I adults, .:advance 75 cents; .at to conditions .at the Recreation 3 pjn.MONTHLY. I Miss Mary Hunter and Miss will have a meeting, 8 p.m.;
Want Ad -376 4$7Z door, :31.09; children, advance, Department and,,also enlarge'give the some membership reo-- MEETINGThe Madge H. FQster, both of Day- and there will be Teachers'
50 cents; at door, 75 cents.Mrs. tona Beach, were sightseeingin Meeting tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.
ognition of the ,10th session of .Female Protection Society -
M. L. the Rev. T. A. Wright, pastor; Mrs.
; :Bryant, reporter. University City yester-
r school integration.All No.l will hold its monthlymeeting

I A Storm Approaches \ M1CANOPY NEWS interested PerSons are invited Sunday May 24,at 3:45 day.Mrs. I Esther Church W.of-Hamm the ,Living reporter God

:to tOmeout.. pan. in the dining zoom of the Delia H. Young returned -
(Sugar Hill) Rev. E. T.
has of fies Commissioners cannot dictate Spring OperettaThe Greater ,Ft Clark Baptist here from Panama
From the blue come a clap first through ,fourth yesterday Thomas, pastor, and his con-
racial ,thunder, and Gainesville city hirins-tfring pip city ejjiployees. This grades of Micanopy Elementary GOSPEL .SINGING Church. City where she was called gregation will conduct a joint
[ The members to
I officialdom has scurried to the closet, rules out his interference, maintains School will present their Annual -gospel There singing will be a at program the .Spring of pay :their dues in full. M I's.1 because of business.PRESCHOOL service today at 8 p.m.; the
there to huddle with thumb in mouth. Sutherland. i :Spring Operetta, entitled Hill Baptist Church on Friday, Amanda Scott, president; Mrs.I Heavenly Gospel Singers
in Thursday,
\ Goldllock's Adventure" Fri- appear a program
Marie Brown Rev.
,1 May 22,at 7:30 pjn., featuringthe ROUND-UP
and Elder Armstrong
day May 22, at 8 in the W. A. Miles Airs. P. L. 8 pjn.;
From behind tills paper shield, p.m. Anderson Brothers, the pastor;
watch the billowing and his congregation
The rest of us cafetorium of the school, Scott, reporter. Calvin L. Edwards pastor,
spon- Heavenly Gospel Singers, Horace I principal
Commissioner Sutherland peeks will also conduct a joint service
clouds and forked tongues of flame sored jointly by .Mrs. NancyleeP. McKnight and others whose of the Williston Vocational

I't j and wonder what forces' are about to hopefully as the. .racial storm brews.. Gill and Miss Ha M. Payton. names were not available. PERSONALSMrs. I School, announces pre-scho I Friday invited.,Bishop 8 pan.M.The M. Williams public is,

unleashed and how We are.asking all parents and Choir No. 3. round-up for first graders
( be among us we Sponsored by Lillie Howard, of Willis- pastor ,Mrs. Lelia Miles, re
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f can prepared for the deluge. The comedy of errors was com- friends to come out and enjoy' There is no admission price. ton, is visiting with relatives at] Thursday, May 21. Parents are porter
j pounded by unfortunate circum seeing{ their children in action.V. Mrs. Evelyn Jackson, reporter. Miami. encouraged to register then-
L. 'Trapp, principal. and children who will be six years Mt Pleasant Methodist -
stance. Two major !city leaders were Mr. Mrs. Willie Manning,
whence comest the storm? PLANS ANNIVERSARYThe before Jan. 1 1965.
From old on or The Youth Choir will rehearse
of Jacksonville Willis-
j in New York, polishing off the details were at
WALDO NEWS Pallbearers' No. ton last Sunday visiting with Please bring their birth certi- today, 6 pjn.; and Choir No. 2
of A six million dollar bond issue Note of Thanks Lodge ficates to verify the children's will rehearse on Thursday 7
It began a: couple of weeks ago. 113 will observe its anniversaryat Mr. Manning's mother, Mrs.
Two Negro couples appeared at the which the City of Gainesville recently The family of Mrs. Alice the regular meeting place onTuesday Bertha Manning. Mrs. Bessie ages.It I p.m. 12dell Turner, president;

weekend Teentime dance at the floated. / Jones wish to thank the .many at 8 pjn. Mae Wesley, reporter (Willis- is very necessary thai t1 Richard Parker, organist. Rev.
friends for their T kind W. M. Fergson, pastor.
I .r many During the anniversary an ton.) parents or guardians come because
white recreation center. Drunken acts shown during the death of will be Mr. and Mrs. Alphonso Ed- First Baptist Choir No. 1
One of these men is a titular head interesting program there are vital questionsthat !
white boys danced with Negro girls, our sister. Bessie Washington, rendered. Several outstanding wards and daughters, Mamie must be answered by the will have its rehearsal today,
who Gainesville
should lead out of
thereby causing a disturbance and Laura Floyd and Luconia Johns, persons will appear in the pro- and Helen all of Newark, N J parents. It is necessary for par- 7:30 p.m.Johnson.
the arrest'of one youth. the wilderness. He is Mayor Howard sisters; Frank Gusby, Phillip gram. arrived here yesterday as ents to bring their children. Chapel Baptist -

McKinney, clearly the official spokesman Gusby and Isiah Gusby, brothers. The public is invited. Mrs. F. I guests of Mrs. Edwards' rela Mrs. Bessie Mae Wesley, re Sunday School, 9:45 am.;

for the city/ porter. B.T.U.,6 pjn. Choir No. 1 will
Exhibiting a shocking lack of creative *
i have its rehearsal Wednesday,

imagination, the City Commission In New York with Mayor McKin- NOTICE BELOW OLYMPUS By InterlancfiJ CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSShady May 27, 8 p.m.; Deacons'
responded by closing down week- Ladies participating in the Baord meeting, Friday, May

I end teenage activities at all 'recreation ney has been City Commissioner Women's Day Program at the Grove Primitive Bap- 29, 8 p.m., and also Conference,

centers-both white and Negro. James Richardson, who is in a key Bartley Temple Methodist tist The choirs and ushers 8 p.m. Rev. W. J Taylor, pas-

position. During his campaign for office 2hurcb: May 24 are asked to will hold a joint meeting today, tor; Mrs. Harriet Jones, re-

I The reason given was that the two months ago, he pledged meet at the church Wednesday, i' I a p m. Sunday School, 10 a.m. porter.
! dances had become so popular that May 20, at 7:30 p.m. for re- ur a a
creation of a "Citizens Task Force"to wa aw ig1K I

p I ingly adequate supervision difficult. was "increas- ponder Gainesville racial problems.He hearsal. WE CAN 1_ ON THE RIGHTJohnson = ,

more is, in fact, the only Commissionerso NOTICE

pledged and dedicated, and this All juvenile members of d

To us, the logic was about the doubtless played a rolf in IDs elec Lodge No. 113, who plan to take

same as closing down>the Fire Department tion. the trip to Tampa, Sunday, May ,

'because the city was having 24, are asked to meet at the : t

\ fires. home of Mrs. P. L. Scott, of 514 t
too many Gainesville for the second The
consecu- SW 3rd Street, Sunday at 5:30 King'By

tive spring faces serious racial up- ajn. Cars will leave for Tampa N //

We are aware dismissal of school heaval, which is part-and-parcel of at ,6 a.m. sharp. r w Q
for the summer will idle Gainesville the national Negro movement for a t w?

youth in the next two weeks. We place under the sun. Gainesville'sproblem SOCIETY MEETINGThe
Home Mission Society of Lyndon Johnson for all his President. An observer said ,
know warm weather will encourage will not be solved if the simplicity, is acquiring some once about Mrs. Roosevelt
the Mt. Morian Baptist Church
activity outside the home. We know dialogue between Negro and white is kingly habits. wherever he that she treated all the world
meets with Mrs. Lillie Veal, of
Gainesville is capable of racial ten- silenced.It 720 SW 6th St., today at 8 p.m. J .: .'. goes now a days he seems to like her own, personal slum
sion. We know the need for solvingour have got into the habit of project, Mr. Johnson, who
making a royal gift, like i told a reporter in Decemberof
problems-not evading them. will not be solved with City PROGRAM BY CHOIR the kings of yore who when < last year that be considers ':

Manager William Gr en'.: wishy- The Progressive Choirs' Union visiting their provinces would ]himself more liberal than
with Levi Griffin president,
another scatter about a chestload or J Mrs. Roosevelt, doesn't ex-
i Then comes development.The washy "personnel matter" approach.It will present its at the
Acosta direc- program VN/lRi+ W.t7pCW I1M 4'6" two of ducats among the ,actly do that: It is not a partof
city fires Harold will not disappear while City Com Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist
peasants, as evidence of their his psychological make-up
tor of the Negro Community Cen- missioner Alan Sutherland leafs Church Sunday at 3 p.m. "We need more censorship in literature in movies, royal favor.Considering. to suggest that all the world is

ter. But, most important, the city hopefully through the City Charter.We The public is invited. Rev.I on television uh and on beaches!" sort of Coueist optimismand
H. Mrs. Quincy how much
Kinsey, pastor; Mr.
gives no reason for dismissing Acosta. joie de vivre combine a
Marks reporter.no J nson is given to traveling
City ,:Manager William Green instead suggest these three routes to about, there is some fear for sort of Coueist optimism
into a flamenco dance sound racial the endurance of the ("everyday in every way the
goes understanding: paIn world is
about ,"this is a personnel matter" mony. His trip to Appalachiacost better") with a Donne like
m i mmm m m* -* *
which will be handled "between the ((1) The City Commission make the royal exchequer one sensitivity (lie ve ryman's

parties involved." the dramatic move of reopening the billion dollars. When he went death diminished me, for I I
to the World's Fair
New Profit-Sharing Ideas up am involved in mankind") to
Gainesville youth programs on a speak to the Amalgamated human want. '

It just so happens that the firingof sounder basis, reinforcing the pro- Workers Union he was not

Acosta whether for justifiable grams where weaknesses have been By DAVID LAWRENCE Nor did Mr. Reuther of the employers and unions are be- of mind, and dropped- there- HE DESIRES to settle all I

reasons or'not-ris not a "simple per- apparent, whatever the cost WASHINGTON The big auto workers union-if, in- ing promoted in this countryand fore a mere million dollar the problems America bas-

sonnel matter between the par- profits which the automobile deed; he did read the speech are producing repeated gift to the cause of juvenile even while assuring us that
industry recently disclosed -heed the advice given. What national emergencies." He delinquency in Harlem. There America doesn't have many
ties involved." It has, in fact, put the ((2) Mayor McKinney conduct an have attracted the cov- Governor Romney said is, declared that the automobile was a splendid opportunitythere problems. He wants to solve

Negro community in an uproar. And investigation of the Acosta firing, etous eyes of the labor un- however, a new approach to industry must share its progress I thought, for Nelson the problems of race relations,

this ,has incited a goodly. segment of and either publicly justify the dismissal ions. Walter Reuther, presi- the wage-price problem of the with the public, evenas Rockefeller to upstage him of poverty, of old age insurance -

the whites. To this uproar, the or initiate reinstatement. dent of the United Auto Workers day and certainly is signifi- the employees themselvesmust by making a gift of two of deficient schooling,
is quoted by the United cant beyond the realm of par .share. He made refer- million: but Nelson Rocke- of Communism End of Cyprus.His .
Gainesville Sun's 'telephone operatorcan Press International as having ty politics. Extracts from Mr. ence to a profit-sharing plan feller is busy these days, contribution towards the

attest. (3) Racially-pledged Commissioner said in a press interview in Romney's talk follow: that he had put into effect spreading his wealth amoungthe solution of this last is Senator

Richardson-along with :Mayor New York a few days ago "As a matter of fact, I thinkon when he was president of peasants of California... Fulbright His contribution

We didn't expect much more than McKinney as the city's official that the UAW would, in its the basis of current econ- American Motors. He contin- FT IS A VERY interesting towards the solution of the
new contracts, try to relieve" omic policies that it's just ued: others is to spend more
\ this inane, statement. from City Man- spokesman-reopen the avenues of precedent, this business of
1 : General Motors of some a question of time in this As far as I was concerned, audience money, enact more laws, and
renowned for communication between the white facing an makinga
is not
ager, Green whp of its multimillionldollar prof- country before we'll face a I undertook to embody that executive trust in the good faith of the
his courageous stand in the face of and black segments of the popula- its.Now real economic crisis, and I in what I called a progress- grandiose, and then sitting commitment Soviet Union.

contrary winds, but we certainlywere tion. comes another news think this is because we have sharing contract that we ne- back to watch Congress writhe
shocked by the position of City dispatch from Washington been ignoring certain defectsin gotiated with the UAW in with embarrassment One An extraordinary man, no
doubt about it. A man with
national economic 1961 and this'contract -
Commissioner Alan Sutherland, who Gainesville borders on an abyss quoting a high governmentsource policy ; starts night in 1961 John F. Kennedy
} chiliastic fervor: "See that
as saying that the that are sooner or later goingto on the premise that if labor
conceded the ,Acosta firing has put which could cast us into a dismal Johnson administration doesn't catch up on us. and management and capi- called in for a good problem? Believe ia me. See
dinner at the White
House at "
his phone to ringing'also.I racial swamp, thus blackening the expect the forthcoming negotiations NOW THE FACTS are tal are to prosper, then the bunch of Latin American dip- now the problem is gone.
city's name and shamefully defiling between the unions that under the current laws customer must be the first to Here indeed is a true difference -
lomats, and before the
and the companies to forcean we have in this country, per- participate in progress." the liberal
Commissioner Sutherland's hiding all that is human and holy. evening was over had
promised and the conservative mode
increase in car prices." mitting the concentration of REFERRING TO the com- :
place is not a closet. He grabs the So it's apparent that the un- economic power, unions and ment by President George them 20 billion dollars for the conservative recognizes j
petticoats' the City Charter's Sec- God grants us the foresight to do ions will try to get as much employers have largely been Meany of the AFL-CIO in Atlantic in the course of the next 10 the problem seeks to do

tion 14, Subsection C, which speci- Justice-in time. as they can out of the com- picking up the results of progress City recently that gov- years-an expensive dinner. something about it primarilyby

Danies nrofits. But there is and the ,customers ernment intervention in the The routine, as I say is harnessing human in-
indication 'as to what the have not been sharing in that fixing of wages and prices to make the promisethenstare stincts, rather than by harnessing -

consumer may get, except progress.The means destruction of collective Congress in the face g overnamental ma-

possibly the assurance that thing that has made bargaining, Governor and more or less challengeit THUS THE.PROBLEM of
Voice of the People the prices of cars will not be our economic development Romney said: to call you a deadbeat. poverty ii one that is met
raised This win be called broad, and has stimulated it, And not only are we in the Congress being as Congressis more successfully by the

I[ wage-price stability." has been bringing more and process of' going down the these days, Leo;, fearful of same means that brought this
) ODDLY ENOUGH, a dissenting more customers into the mar- road of destroying collective public opinion, benumbed by nation out'of poverty into af-

Qn The Sun's Opinion Page_- view has been expressed ket. The reason automation bargaining-we're also going the ignorance of the average fluence in the past two hun-
by a man who not only which is not a new thing ex- down the road of destroyingthe voter about the source of all dred years, The Liberal mode

Ootafom ..* cwMMttat .* Su. radon .r* W.!CMM !. th. Yi<. .f tM Peopl. cor.... Utters has often been mentioned for cept that we are using different private-enterprise systemin those funds he is constantly so many xrore: people becauseof
I must IN lita" .a4 Ian tK. writer's .d4'.... NCIMS win V. wHU U if 4HsteL A letter KuU the Republican presidential techniques, but as a prin- this country, and we're showering about the country its capacity to give instant
II net .xc.*4 500. weNs s.J mmtt be writtea *' s ..hr.*. Ii.'. .* ... 99tetry ca....* to us....Tfce nomination but who, prior to ciple it is not new the ,reason throttling its operation." and the world (they come, gratification; is to do
the right t* reject cay letter r t. sfceftea it, witfcevt caaaaiaf the writer's aM Biafl w
Sun nutria election to his automation is not j The said
f...__.. present post as produc D g Michigan of course, out of the voter's with problems by acts of
In.5a. Governor of Michigan, headedup more jobs and enough jobs, that to permit a concentration own pocket), weakly suc corporate mtional resolution.
Supports of the many cross currentsof by both High and B ru. High a big automobile company.He is because customers. are not of private power by a cumbs. With the exception of Lyndon Johnson is a perfect

politics and governmentand compiled. Boras has not especially recommendsthe being made the principal combination of unions or em some of the squanderous built embodiment of that kindof

Disclosure the interests of the majority High promised to do so every public should get the ben- beneficiaries of our- economic ployes not only thwarts economic around the foreign aid programs national exuberance, and
i 1 of citizens. The' tendency to year while governor and efit of high profits by being progress. Now that is number progress and the employment I cannot think off hand be is giving I is< a.wonderfulride.
EDITOR-Sun We are much avoid sharing in politics in our afterward. The given a reduction in car one. and the use of automation when recently Congress has Sometimes, if I close my
p pleased by.the. vigorous editorial nation is a reversal to conditions one year prices. And this Is important be- but it also increasesthe aborted an act of royal lar eyes I can ainost hear his
policy and practice of that favor undemocratic Times editorial arises that What Governor George Rom- cause we have a conflict in reliance on government gesse. music. But I 04 have to dose
I the Gainesville Sun and for government. The editorial the sources of Income of a ney.said on May 7 was .not our national economic policy, ar" the go- nment keeps eyes.
the many editorials that reflect should be placed at the'disposal high public official are of Ie- widely printed. He talked Informally and this mnflirt: in our national stepping into this process." MR. JOHNSON then is in my

a high degree of sensitivity of the Burns campaign managers II m* concern to the penile at the Party-to- economic policy is as fatalto These are not the kind of a position to make the United When they art, open, I seethe

) _to social and economic and a request that they steee these sources may People Forum" in Chicago economic growth in this thoughts the country is hear- States Treasury a depressed line In the Bible which

I I ethics ,in our society today. support it because of clean affect public deckkms. Each sponsored by -the Republican country as the conflict between -- ing from any of. the avowed area if he keeps it cp. Thereis Arthur Krock hai frequentlycited ,
l Thank the whole. for us. and good government day nrtfl election, the editorial National Committee, and such slavery and freedomwas presidential candidates of ei- an energy aboat the man from Pro+;orbs 25-17,
We wish also'to urge you to A. R.'MEAD states, a Times reporter talks, though delivered at in the social field a hundred ther party, but they would which mortifies those of us which warns USA; that "He,
I reprint the editorial "Noth- will ask Burns to disclose his open meetings, are sometimesnot years ago." seem to be worthy of further in our thirties, who would that passeth by, ard meddleth

I ing to Hide" from the St (Editor's Note: The St personal and corporate as- given much attention in Governor Romney added study by the present or fu- not have the energy to give with strife belonging not to
Petersburg Times of May 17. Petersburg Times editorial sets and liabilities, both ac- the press because they are that concentrations of pow. ture makers of national economic away more than a few' million him is like one Oat takes
This is much needed In terms urges full financial disclosure tual and contingent) made at a political forum. er among organizations of policy. dollars a day, if we were a dog by the earsr /

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Fla. 'Sw mp Merchants' Under FireWASHINGTON Robert Kennedy Isn't

Eager for Senate Race I

AP) Journal told a Senate subcom- and Misrepresentations Affect- Paulson asked why are peopleso The nearest settlement to Can- chance of Improvements !
tors were told Tuesday-sena-I mittee that "It's high time we ing the Elderly also heard from I dumb as to buy land without averal Lake Estates, Paulson ever being made," Green- NEW YORK AP) Atty. staying on as attorney general" j
"swamp merchants" are got some good, tough, inflexible Robert H. Doyle of Titusville, seeing it, and then he explained. said, is Osteen, a hamlet 11 wood said. Gen. Robert F. Kennedy says he until after the November election {
poor Florida land by mail and laws governing mail order real Fla., that there should be speci- Many people, he said, be- miles away. To get Jto the subdi-. has had conversations about the he said.
telephone as acreage with a estate-laws that will put the fic federal regulations to prohibit lieve they are protected against vision from the east, one must Oliver E. Payne assistant possibility of running for the New York Democrats are look-
profit-making potential. swamp merchants out of busi- fraudulent or misleading fraud and misrepresentation by drive 23 miles ,over dirt road.i attorney general of New Mexico U.S. Senate from New York next ing for a candidate to oppose Re-
Morton C. Paulson, business ness once and for all. advertising in mail order subdi- government regulations. In some Official maps and aerial photos,I said that "our experience fall but, "All,things being equalit publican Sen. Kenneth B. Keat-
editor, Daytona Beach News I The Subcommittee on FraudsFlorida's vision land sales. cases they are impressed, he he said, show part of the property indicates that our state law would be better for citizen. ing in November.The .
Doyle, executive director of said, with glittering credentials is swampy. I needs to provide a regulatory of New York to run for the posi-
the East Central Florida Regional presented by the sellers. I-I agency, such as our real Estate tion."

Going Planning Commission, also For example, he said, the Uni- Other acreage tracts P a u Commission, with adequate Kennedy told a news confer first mint in North Amer-
said each state should enact le- versity Highlands brochure has son mentioned. as West promotion II authority." to control local selling ence Tuesday that friends had ica was in Mexico. Establishedby
gislation to permit cities and pictures of four of the principal developments were Daytona -' raised the possibility of his seek- :a special charter of the
Treasure counties to regulate the subdivi- officers of the company promoting Acres.Acres and New Smyrna He said that control under ing Democratic nomination to Spanish crown in 1535, the mintin
HuntingTALLAHASSEE sion of land within their juris- the property, the First the mail fraud provisions of fed- the Senate Mexico City still produces
diction. Warren L. Greenwood eral law has been ineffective in
America Development Corp. of former "I have no plans other than coins.1
(AP) The State Cabinet put Florida in Every city and county, he Hollywood, Fla. president of the Daytona Beach controlling advertising and protecting -- -- --
the treasure hunting business Tuesday, but at undivulged said, should adopt strang subdi- Paulson said that the presi- Board of Realtors, said that prospective purchasers. Support and Re-Elect ; -
locations.It vision regulations, insist on rea- dent of the company 'is Frank salesmen imply that the land Payne 'aid that unless all:
authorized a state agency to go looking for wrecked sonable improvements and sep- Cannova, a former assistant at- be re-sold soon for much more states provide state regulationssuch I'' CLAUDE BRANDONCOUNTY
ships in Florida's offshore waters. The authority was givento arately inspect each lot of five torney general of Florida; a than the purchaser would pay as are in effect in California
the trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund. acres or less.Monday vice president is former Gov. for it. This, he said, in most in- and Oregon, federal regu-' COMMISSIONER"The
Director William Kidd said the state would not do the ac- real estate authori- Fuller Warren and another vice stances is pure fabrication. lations may be needed. Cali-,
tual diving but would hire a salvage firm on a commission ties from Oregon, New York, president is T. Frank Hobson,' "What the purchaser doesn't fornia and Oregon have laws i
basis so the state would not be out any cash in case noth- California and Colorado oppos- former chief justice of the Flor- know, and is not told, is that requiring appraisals of land;: I Independent .
ing was found. ed proposals for federal regula- ida Supreme Court. without drainage, roads and oth- being offered for sale and full I Candidate"Vote
"There are two wrecks we think we can locate," Kidd tion of interstate land sales. "That gives it all the dignity er improvements, the land is all disclosure of the state appraisalto '

A said. "One is a Spanish ship and the other a Confederateboat. Tuesday Paulson said he it needs to prove its reliability," but worthless and that once own- prospective purchasers. I' for the man with a A
." didn't want to create the impression -observed Sen. Harrison W i 11- ership has been scattered among Payne said he thinks prospectsare record of representing the proven interests -
He showed the Cabinet an 1852 $20 gold coin he said was that Florida real estate -iams D-N. J., subc o m m i ttee thousands of persons all over good for similar laws in of ALL the people. (Pd. Adv)
from the Confederate vessel and a Spanish coin he said was is all bad. This definitelyis chairman. the world, there is virtually no New Mexico. II.
I from a wrecked pirate vessel. not the case and I cannot em-
Florida's coastline is dotted with old ship wrecks which :phasize the point too strongly.I .
[ produce valuables in unknown amounts. The state never has believe that most Florida de-
been able to police explorations properly. velopers give you your mon-
Making the salvager an agent of the state with a state ey's worth, and a few are doingan
employe looking over his shoulder should enable the state to outstanding job," he said.
get its proper share of the findings, Kidd said. Paulson the subcom-
He said the salvager would be offered 75 per cent of what mittee several examples of "in- /i i! ii -a-- AU
he found, with the state keeping the rest. This was the same I vestment acreage" promotions ;
division provided in treasure hunting leases given private operating in Florida now. Thosehe ; -
individuals.Kidd .
named include Florida _
declined to give the locations of the two ships which Ranchette Acres, University )
:j will be probed first. He did say one was in the Atlantic Highlands and Canaveral Lake _
Ocean and the other was in the Gulf of Mexico. Estates, all within 16 miles of

Daytona Beach. YLxfr \

Most of the property in Flori- _
Storm da Ranchette Acres, P a u Ison __ _
Gathering said, has no roads or drainageand __ _
no clearing has been done.
The Ranchettesan acre anda i htt'
of land-are adver- _
On Baker ProbeWASHINGTON quarter
tised as speculative investments,
and are priced at $695-$10 down
and month. /Y Y'F "We Meet Beat All
$10 a or
(AP) -Storm I Ky., one of the committee's "
and -
I clouds appeared to be closing in I three GOP members, said hen advertising promoting ,
today on the proposed report o I was sure the Republicans will property promot-j
that it.has Advertised Prices in
say -
the Senate's Bobby Baker investigation -draft a minority report protest- it potential'," Paulson said.
ing any conclusion that an exhaustive
"They infer that an investor can
I, The Rules Committee, which i investigation has been double or triple his money. They OPEN This Area"
carried outBalked
conducted the probe into the affairs
don't say he can go out and liveon
of the former secretary to in their efforts to have
the aren't
property. They
White House aide Walter Jen- 11 am-11
the Senate's Democratic major- permitted to advertise the tracts pm
ity, called a meeting to discussthe kins and others called as wit- as homesites because of the
draft report, but apparentlyonly nesses at the hearings, Repub- lack of improvements."
Democrats were to be on licans have cried "whitewash." Paulson said University High-

Jiand. lands is being advertised all over Closed Sun. eUfljer,5ttJXtU ALL PRICES
Republican members sent Sub Base Pact I he country and sold by mail as Th
wprd they probably wouldn't homesites. The brochures say GOOD THRU
mike it because they have to attend PARIS (AP) The paper the land is varied and beautifulbut
MAY 23rd
a Republican senatorial Figaro said today that the Soviet Paulson said official maps
conference on proposed amend- Union and Algeria report- indicate a large percentage of its V.$. 441 South
ments to the civil rights bill. edly have signed an agreement swampland. He showed the "'
Sen. John Sherman Cooper, R- providing for a Soviet nuclear subcommittee a picture of a
submarine base in Algeria. man in boots standing on the No Deliveries fRanklin 26333SORRY

Prisoners The Figaro dispatch was University Highlands property.
written by its correspondent in
Madrid. It gave no further de- The IdealRememberance

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Wednesday May 20, 1964 Gainesville Sun 9

i Soviets

THE HARRIS SURVEY we're making the sidewalks

Compete InDiamonds softer this

Rocky, Barry Switch Places year.. .

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By [
I MOSCOW- The Soviet Union ; .
i i On the heels of his spectacular upset win in Oregon, Gov. After Oregon ,Before Oregon has announced the start of production _. '4t '

{ Nelson Rockefeller has moved into a clear lead over Sen. Per Cent / Per Cent "at Itt second major diamond > u. _..,
I 1 Barry Goldwater in. the June 2 California Republican pri- -.,:::::!
Rockefeller 47 39 mining center_ in the
mary. .
S | Goldwater 36 48 trackless'wilderness of eastern : ;.\ :,
I| Just before the Oregon primary, Rockefeller trailed Gold- Not Sure 17 13 'Siberia.

< r t water 45 per cent to 55 per cent in California; today he ;. .<
!* has taken a lead of 57 per cent to 43 per cent. The un- The Rockefeller gain has been scored almost wholly in I News of the first diamond 4
B | decideds, however, have risen from 13 per cent to 17 per the suburbs of Los Angeles where he trailed initially. It was shipment from the remote min- .
cent. in the suburban areas of Oregon that he caught fire there. ing settlement
f! Here is the dramatic reversal: Of equal significance is a decline in the number of people right on the Arctic Circle !
{ a who express concern over Rockefeller's divorce. Prior to Ore takes on special significancein Pqppjs
ROCKEFELLER VS. GOLDWATER gon it was 44 per cent in California. Today, it is downto light of the decision by De IIAMIBreathin'
37 per cent, still significantly high,however.It Beers, the South African diamond '
UNDECIDED OUTS Plgskir' -uals
diamond cartel, to stop
After Oregon Before Oregon should be pointed out that after the New Hampshire selling Soviet diamonds on the I HUSH.PUPPIES from Youngsters .
III Primary, Henry Cabot Lodge showed a similar surge in world market. Size 8'/2 (about $7-$9)) SEE OUR BIG
Per Cent Per Cent Oregon, but he was finally beaten out in the end by Rocke- I to Ladies 11 & Men's Sizes tc AD IN THISSUNDAY'S
With the Russians forced 16 (about $9-ll
in turn now -
feller. Now it remains to be seen if Goldwater, 'I
Rockefeller 47 45 to sell stones outside
behind to"
thrust into an underdog position, can come I
the De Beers group, there is a MEN'S &WOMEN'S 'n.iZy
55 catch Rockefeller in California.
II HARRIS Goldwater 43 possibility of serious competition -I GOLF SHOES eiCL.
in the world diamond mar About $12 to 14 -
| ket.

Moon Rocket Father Guilty of Hanging i Soviet authorities are expect- 0 B-L SHOE DEPT. e

ed to use diamonds, as they do
; Opinion Poll Test PlannedCAPE Children hv Their WristsHOUSTON gold, increasingly as a source!
of funds to pay for imports of I
KENNEDY, Fla. (AP) chemical equipment and other
-The first attempt to orbit an (AP-Winston S. me anymore," testified Spencer, industrial supplies for the am-I
Sun FeatureAn
'J': New unmanned model of the Apollo Churchill, 40, was convicted of I who said he was punished for bitious seven year expansion
I moonship is scheduled next hanging one of his small daughters eating a banana against orders. program of the chemical indus-
Tuesday.A by the wrists with a rope
entirely 'new concept in j the nation, each staffed by a and was sentenced to six I ders. try. THE STORE WITH MORE

public opinion polls called J full complement of interviewers. Saturn model 1 rocket toward will propelthe in- months in jail.Churchill I "I love my mommy and dad- Learn more about your hearing GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER
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tended orbit ranging from 110 is the father of six I dy, but I don't want to be their I MONTHGet *302 NORTH MAIN STREET
regular weekly feature in The j news development, ques- a
Sun. j lionnaires are telegraphed, the to 140 miles above the, earth. children. child any more, testified HEARING CHECK-UP at
i Interviews are conducted in The rocket and spacecraft are Judge Wallace C., Moore:Sharon, 10, the elder daughter.She I GAINESVILLE
"The Harris Survey" is pro- :lepth and results transmittedo forerunners of machinery being said, "the court finds that this testified she saw her father HEARING AID CO. B-L Charge-Central Charge-Layaway
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pollster. He is perhaps best analyzed and programmed ., decade. Mrs. Churchill, 29, was found I Mrs. Churchill, testifying for I
known for the opinion-sampling ; into high-speed computers innocent. her husband, said she had never
work he did that led to the I During this time Harris wil! Back Churchill was convicted of ty- seen her husband hang any of I
election victory of John F. I have been in the field himself,, Joliuson ing Margaret, 7, around the the children on the wall. He &s9s"u"JI I LIMITED TIME ONLY I
Kennedy in his race for the i interviewing people. the final re- wrists with a five-foot rope and spanked them with a switch as :
White ,House in. 1960. I part will combine the personal] To Alma Mater hanging her on the wall of a bed- punishment, she said.

Other notable campaigns in j touch of a reporter's color and room. He is charged in another
which Harris was employed ]perception with sound and per- JOHNSON CITY, Tex (AP- ,case with suspending a son,I Paid Advertising QUALITYour entirestock
(j\ were the twin victories of Republican I:eption with sound and penetrating -City school officials said that Spencer, 9, in a similar! manner.
President Johnson has I i
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Cooper Watch for "The Harris Survey class of his alma
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Kentucky in 1958,
Church's upset win in Idaho ;jn and make the feature a mater, Johnson City High Schoolon dy, but I don't want to live with I t of boys'Foremost I Ii
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Adlai Believes Soviet Will Pay/ Its Share of UN Keep CLAUDE Support and BRANDON Re-Elect '

Nrm V rk TittU1 keep of the world organization's charter,he said, is explicit and ed" In the assembly, the U.N. support "those they want, and I capacity, largely because of the I II COUNTY COMMISSIONER"The
By SYDNEY GRUSONLONDONAdlai peace-keeping operations.But leaves no alternative to depriv-(would be destroyed. disregard the others." I arrears owed by the Soviet Union -
member of its vote in the The ambassador and 16 other countries.He EFFECTIVE
ing a Soviet of emphasizedthat I
if not,he told a press con- Pointing to support Candidate"Vote
E. Stevenson General Assembly if it is two I "This is not a cold war issue sa.
ference here, he could see "no the international force in Cyprus disclosed that the Soviet I
United States ambassadorto years behind in the payment of or a conflict between theU.S.
escape from the responsibility of Stevenson said the Rus- and the Soviet Union." Union had not yet responded to
the United Nations, said its assessments.He for the man with a PROV-
fulfilling the requirements of the sians were as interested in U.N. proposals made by the U.S.and
Tuesday he was convinced that charter on financial responsibility. described as "truculent peace-keeping operations as is But he added that the U. N. Britain on March 6 designed to EN record of experience: and
the Soviet Union would agreeto ." nonsense" Soviet comment thatif the U.s. The difference,he add-]'had reached the cross-roads in I meet Soviet views about future I done.know-how in getting the job (Pd.Adv.)

pay its arrears for the up- The language of the U. N. the Russians were "penaliz- ed, is that the Russians-_._---want- to_developing_._u____its__peace___-__keeping__.__ I peace-keeping operations.-- .-- --- - ----- -----

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What's Been Going Wrong .- --

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Sforo UnrIt mimt :communications, maintenance, its strengthening will increaseits ,,, :Aiv.r .
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electronics and above all the : ;:: '. .
single seater .
By HANSON W. BALDWIN fighterbomber : ,
Times Military Editor 'precise timing and coordination or attack type, aircraft to a ::.?:;: I'?' ::;:,:,.. ; : .:

NEW YORK The replace- 'necessary to provide close air total of about 75 Douglas Sky-
ment of obsolescent aircraft support for ground operationshave raider propeller driven

with improved ones and the reorganization been problems in South! planes. A new commander, ..,.. .. .,,. .. .. ,, .. .
and strengtheningof Viet Nam.U. Brig. Gen. Nguyen Cao Ky, has :}: : :rx'.5 ; ;ci: ; :
the South Vietnamese air S. pilots still fly most of been appointed. He has a repu- ., :
force are among the remedial the two seater planes used mcombat tation for vigor. \ W'y. {;

measures contemplated in Pres- with Vietnamese copilots Some of the chief complaintsby 3 ;.
ident Johnson's request for increased in training. U. S. pilots also U. S. personnel have focusedon .'
aid to South Viet Nam. do all of the strategic and the types of aircraft usedin
Some dissatisfaction with the much of the tactical reconnais- the war in South Viet Nam. r j
performance and the utilizationof sance, add the U. S. provides All the combat types are propeller .
air power in the South Viet many of the communicatior spe driven. All of them, including .
namese war has been expressedby cialists. Similarly the helicopter even the Douglas Sky-
numerous military men over crews are American, though I raider now going to Viet Nam,
the last two years. some Vietnamese are flying hel- were designed 15 to 20 years '.'
The criticisms have focusedon icopters and are in training.The ago. All of them, though renovated I. .,,: :' "..JltI. \:;:
: poor performance of the joint combat operations and modified, have been f ,<.;k.Z. .},' )'
South Vietnamese air force, in- center, where ground and air flown hundreds to thousands of "'t' '; ::: .
adequate coordination between ,operations are coordinated, was hours. And all of them are being iLJ :? *.
U. S. and South Vietnamese air once virtually non-existent. It employed in manners and
power and ground power, par .now has a new lease on life, :with tactics never contemplatedby .
ticularly in helicopter opera ;and is manned by Vietnameseand their designers. As a partial : : n6 KS et'!" ; :
tions, and employment of old U. S. "advisers" the latter consequence some of the _: t'iJ1
or obsolescent aircraft. key links in its operation. planes have had structural failures ,
The South Vietnamese, according ',Nowadays, in contrast with i in flight, causing the .'" ., t .
: .
to U. S. military men, some past experience, air sup- !death of the crews. : : ':. ">,::::W::';({'{ iii1t::':, :,:,',;.: ::;::::1f:': r=:('::::;?,;:':::,:,,::':':':;::::. .{(:>: :: '. : ,(,

have the capability to be good port in the form of planned missions The necessity for structurally
pilots. But most of them have is often well done, unless I strengthening old planes used .
had limited training and little'unforeseen circumstances intervene in new ways is not peculiar to
experience in the other qualifi- but "on call" missionsare the war in South Viet Nam. ..
cations necessary to make a sometimes delayed to the I The Skyraider is a remark- .. ... ... .. nr...:. :rJt ::.. ... .....r-.5...,a,3usi...::v. .. j1':.: .vv.,. Y.... .. ... .. \JPJF:: i4r: d" / < .
good air force out of individual :point where they are useless. able aircraft, known as "work-

pilots and planes.Reconnaissance. The reorganization of the horse'capable- of carrying con- This is why a Volkswagen has so much legroom in front.
navigation, South Vietnamese air force and siderably more than its weight
in bombs and armament It is
rugged and pilots think highlyof
Cambodia Believed Aiding it. Yolhwagen has so much legroom in front And ]just as an aside, there's even more Yolkwogen; goes where other CQfiworft

I. because the engine is in back, out of the way. headroom in a VW than in a limousine. go, even without snow tires.

Viet Cong Along Border SUBSTITUTE FOR RAINWe How much is so much? Frankly, the VW's engine wasn't put in back So you forge ahead, with your engine be.

Recommend a FREE Esti- Believe it. or not, a little VW has as much iusHo get more legroom in front. hind you and your legs stretched out in front.If .

NtlU dark iIHmtl1 vidualweapons before ap I mate Rain Bird without underground obligation sprinkler on the legroom as most of the biggest cars around.As The original idea was to put the weight of you have very long legs and like to drivein

By PETER GROSE proaching any Cambodian settlements I system. much (legroom, in fact",as a limousine.A the'engine over the back wheels to get much the snow wearing a top hat, you might give

I SAIGON, South Viet Nam- except in connectionwith CUSTOM INSTALLEDIN limousine,mind you) better traction. the VW some thought.
actual combat, and con- YOUR YARD
A detailed working arrangement duct themselves with sufficient CALL FR 6-4030
has been established be-
discretion that Cambodian authorities MILLER-BROWN
ween commanders of the Communist BEVILLE'SNURSERY MOTORSIlU'fMOllizat
can disclaim any know-
I Viet Cong in South
Viet Nam ands Cambodia' ledge of their activity.The &
border guard units to grant' United States and GARDEN CENTER 1030 E. UNIVERSITY AVE. INC. PHONE 372-3582 ""
South Vietnamese Governmenthave
facilities and havens to the
been fully aware of this
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Viet Cong in their insurgency, -
for time -- -
arrangement some
according to Western intel-
but have chosen not to forceit
ligence officials. to an issue as they tried to
Under the arrangement the come to terms with the Cam-
Cambodians sell food and Sly) si t) i.
bodian head of state, Prince
supplies to Viet Cong troops, Norodom Sihanouk. -<
grant them security in their Sihanouk denies that any
movements into and away from collusion exists between Cam- tr. ,
combat inside South Viet Nam bodia and the Viet Cong. He
and supply intelligence about has taken border complaints N .
South Vietnamese troop strengthand against South Viet Nam to the
activity in the border area. United Nations Security Council There's more I

In return the Viet Cong have which opened debate on the } JG
agreed to dispose of their indi-, matter Tuesday.

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OTTAWA, Canada (AP- spearheaded by the Royal Canadian
Prime Minister Lester B. Pear. Legion of war veterans, .5 S
son's Liberal government is going whose national convention booed > '? w
to survive or fall soon on Pearson in Winnipeg last week .Y
its proposal to give Canada a end when he annouced he was
new maple leaf flag as part of goig ahead with his proposal. r .. -.t- I''nW'.r'S
its program to end the separatist The legion planned a barrageof
movement in Frenchspeaking telegrams to every memberof
Canada. Commons demanding that
Pearson told the House of Canada's battle-honored Red ;-"
Commons Tuesday night he Ensign be retained.
soon would have a Cabinet decision The present flag, with the 'r.
on the new flag's designto British Union Jack occupyingthe C
submit to the House and upper left quadrant of a red /
would stand on it as a matterof field, is unpopular in French-
policy."I oriented Quebec. Under consid- Af
would make it quite clear," eration are three designs for a I ; .
said Pearson, "that when the flag featuring a maple leaf, traditional .
government submits to Parliament symbol of Canada. Oi7Y5 A; + :,YA Kv. 'r '. 7p'
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I a matter of policyandthis The separatist movement in' .Y. S}: rfi.t"Y b s' '. ; : q' Sp.

is certainly a matter of policy Quebec and other Frenchspeaking -' S 4 5r'tf''w ,
-the government must standor sections of Canada has .Yy35
of the decision raised the threat that ,Canada 3 ,
fall on the result 4 m..3 ( 3; k y y v
will The N.u PR4rC ayt R. .{opyy 4 ,4 v' A 3 : /'
of the House., split apart. separatists v ;j Y'"u',.'K,'r4 'Y aypM 'vN: '$+" k.
If former Prime Minister complain that French Canadians r 9 .
John Diefenbaker's Conservatives are discriminated against
I or other opposition parties
oppose the new flag, he said,
they could make the issue one { ; iktJtr....
r of confidence. If the govern-
ment loses a confidence vote, it tiyy
( must resign and new national >. :v 54S/
elections must be held. 1 1 1' a S- 5- 55d. tr. bt1 .f. ,nl r-. ., ,r. Yv
Pearson's 13-month-old government Louis Seafare 5S
shrimp .
lacks in :,.a
a majority fasjes SQ good-they "Y y AG:
Commons but has not lost a confidence '
l vote yet. cook it just like

i Pearson also said he hoped they oVtheir chicken!

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uiomtn 0 f HnD THE f fffl1LY Y YUuth Pofakl School I Calendar Of EventsWEDNESDAY

May 20 THURSDAY, May 21 hood Meeting, 10 a.m., Girl
Scout House, 810 NW 8th Sh. I
Dance RecitalThird Gainesville Woman's Club Gainesville League of Women Business and ProfessionalWomen's
Weimer Women's Editor Voters Noon Inn.
May Breakfast, 12:30 p.m., Club Public Rela-

to'' Clubhouse, West University Chapter CQ, PEO, 5:45 p m., tions Clinic, 8 to 10 p.m.,
annual Spring Concert of presented two years ago. is Miss Elizabeth Eaton, 1020 SW Gainesville Woman's Club.
4-H Achievement WinnersYoung the Pofahl School of Dance Arts be repeated by special request. Avenue. 3rd Avenue, covered-dish sup-

"Dance Fantasies" will be pres- This dance was presented at the FRIDAY, May 22

ented Saturday, at the G a i nes- University of Florida dance Gainesville Bridge Club per.Gainesville Chapter 44, OES, Gainesville Bridge Club,
misses from 10 to 16 in 1963 and in Miamiat 7:30 Holiday Inn
of displayed skill ville High School Auditorium.The workshop 8 p.m., Masonic Temple. St. 9 a.m., Holiday Inn.
years age special matinee perform- the Dance Masters Conven- -Theresa's Circle of
St. Pat-
Pilot Club, Installation of Officers
at the 4-H Achievement Day University City Bridge Club,
tion. Statics and Entrances
ance for adults and older chil- are trick's Church, 8 p.m., Mrs. 7 Primrose Inn.
held Saturday at the Farm 7:30 Weed p.m.,
Hall NW
this p.m. ,
dren will begin at 8. new year. Roy Hebel, 1414 NE 13th
Bureau Building and were The which 15th Terrace. SATURDAY, May 23
matinee, a toyland fantasy The Senior Company, Street.
awarded ribbons for their ac
complishments.Anne it" will feature Miss Jill Bush- includes Debbie Bartley, Kit Alachua Classroom Teachers Gainesville Library Advisory College of Education Faculty -
_4 ling as the little girl visiting Broadfoot, Irene Dowd, Gloria -
Strickland, district 9z Board, 8 p.m., Gainesville Wives' Club, Family Picnic
discussed the toyland. Princesses will be Beth Garrett, Mary Frances McCrary Association, Board Meet- Public Library. 2 to 7 p.m., Lake
public speaking,
topic, "Eat A Good Breakfast." : 1 s Salter and Debby Walden, and Kiantha Neill, Judy Pofahl, ing, 3:45: p.m., J. J. Finley. Girl Scout Prairie. Neighbor- Wauburg.I .
4 'rt the Queen of Toyland will be Kimmi Pofahl, Carol Ann
Highlight of this annual event
danced by Diantha Neill. Roundtree, Genie Remillet, Kim:
was the dress review with I II
members modeling beach wear, Other dancers features as tree, Genie Remillet, Kim! I DREAMED
'CxY4, toys will be Edith Cofrin and Smallwood, Janie Smallw 0 0 d,
lounging wear,
sports wear,
Nancy Thayer as Ping and Stevie Tison, Debby Walden, Billy -
school, church, and party ,
] Debbie and Pat Winn Stevie Bushling, LaVinI'ia '
y" 4 Pong Bartley ,
clothes they had made. Girls f' I CIRCLED THE GLOBEIN
planned and made their own sy Smith as Tiddley Winks, and Ehly, Mary Miller and Helen;
4/ s ya high school students, Kim Small-, Salter, will also dance Viennese\I
outfits as part of their project
Y wood as the Jack in the Box,' Waltz, Espana Waltz, and "The '

work.Judges were Mrs. G. Anderson 4I F ; Janie Harp as the Rubber Doll, Shadow People"" in the "Haunted I :;: .
Carol Ann Roundtree as Jackstraw Ballroom. -
Mrs. G. S. Burden, Mrs.
and Kimmi Pofahl as Over 250 students will participate ----L
Joe N. Busby, Mrs. William
Black Jack.University. in this annual dance pro-j:
Cake, Mrs. Dale Drew, Mrs. d 4I _
students Mary _
Doris Farnbach, Mrs. 0. E. ----
ler will be the Ballerina Doll
Frazier, Mrs. Eldridge Hayes, r
I and Judy Pofahl "Ming Toy". GRADUATION
Mrs. M. J. Menge, Mrs. Theron
Helen Salter will be the Top,
Nunez and Mrs. C. R. White- SPECIAL MY afdden/o/71z1
[ and Gloria Garrett, Stevie Tison,I
hurst, assisted by Mrs. Tom B y' '
and Winn will dance,!
# ; Billy
Diedeman, Mrs. Ray Gibson, T :
"Sailor," Deedee Drylie, Beth|,
Mrs. A. W. Thompson and Mrs.
Claude White. McCray, and Rob Mathis will be,
Music Box dancers. Patty Hen-'
Older 4-H Club girls assisting '
as hostesses were Sharon a dley of Ocala, will be the Ray tlYx
Doll. Andrea DeMoss will dance
O'Steen, Linda Cole, Becky
the Jester's dance and Janeen
Deese, Sue Gibson, Linda Sheffield -
Evelyn Griffin and Anne Larsen, Charlotte Merrell, and I '<:':' t
Karen Todd the Drummer '
Strickland.Area ?.c sz Dolls. ...
Winners I I

Ribbon awards, presented by Evening ProgramThe

Mrs. Whitehurst, Home Demon- y evening, performance will COLD J50 \\t LOVELY NEW .-LINE
stration Council 4-H Chairman, Winners of the dress revue pictured from left repeat the Toyland scene with

were given the following areas: to right are Linda Sheffield, Iris Sullivan, Debbie Miss Laurie Luca as the little WAVEIncludes

Career Exploration; Red; Davis and Jeanenne Carlton. girl. The second part of the program : ''.J IN TUNE WITH .

Anne Strickland; Child Development will feature black widow Haircut Shampoo SetPHONE J
Laura Lites, Babs Thompson, Vogh. Red; Jane Kersey, Mar- I
; Blue; Martha Alligood, spiders, bats, and "haunts" in 372.1575Even SUMMER FASHIONS
Red; Sue Gibson, Glenda Vid- tha Alligood. I
Deborah Hopson, D-Ann Plant, "The Haunted Ballroom".
Wanda eon, Lynn Turluck, Shirley Safety-Red; Sandra Dix. memberswill I "
Anne Strickland, Taylor Senior Company I by AppointmentASK I AND COMFORT '
White Linda Sheffield
Roberts Dress Review-Blue
Pam Burbyfill, Cindy West- ; ; Phyllis conclude the program with| I
Sandra Dix. Williams Lola Lin-
moreland, Red; Joan Ashley, an experimental concert, ABOUT OUR SPECIAL ioi ,
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Carol Busby, Marcia Curls, Home Improvement-Blue; da Cole, Mynelle Goff, Laura jazz work, "Opus Jazz", in three: PRICE ON HAIR CUTS f. .;,
Babs Thompson, Deborah Sheffield Lites, Linda Sheffield, Jeanene .
Shirley Roberts, Rosemary Re- parts; Entrances, Statics, and HOUSE, of BEAUTY /t
Becky Deese, Carolyn Dix, Carol Busby, Sue Gibson, Carlton, Iris Sullivan, Debbie Theme and Variation.
gister, Jessie Lou Sanders, Virginia Goff, Mary Ann Trujillo Davis, Debra Hopson, Lynn Theme and Variations first 2300 NW 6th St. at 23rd Blvd.

Deborah Sheffield, Norma Net- Norma Nettles, Debra Truluck, D-Ann Plant Jane

tles, White; Naomi Kersey, Hicks. Red; Lorian Welsh, Partrich, Sharon Wakeman,

Deborah Vinzant, Linda Ball, Jessie Lou Sanders, Kay Busby, Lorean Welsh, Cathy Shavers, Last 3 Days! .

Alice Truluck, Sandra Dix, Kay Barbara Hilleary, Mary Vogh, Donna Wallace, Linda Beel, Joan W i

Busby, Glenda Videon, Linda Rachel Hobbs, Laura Lites. Ashley, Barbara Hilleary, Thurs.-Fri.-Sat.
Sheffield, Laura Lites. White; Linda Diedeman, Lynn Donna Benton, Jessie Lou San- tt Foros S 21-22-23 I

Clothing-Blue; Donna Wal- Truluck, Deborah Vinzant, ders, Wanda Taylor, Marshal rM May ; .

lace, Jody Rosenberger, Pam Sandra Dix, June Partrich, Curls, Wanda Smith, Linda
Pam Roberts. Diedeman, Mary Vogh, Lee '
Turbyfill, Deborah Hopson,
Joan Ashley, Sharon Wakeman, Home Grounds Improvement Fisher, Shirley Roberts, Jane

Donna Benton, Kathy Carlton, -Blue; Nancy Diedeman, Holslander, Martha Alligood .Nf STRAPLESS BRA
Marcia Curls, Pam Roberts, Suzanna Evers. Red; Sue Gib- Mary Ann Trujillo, Sue Gibson, Na..v '"CONCERTINA"' ACTION

Brenda Reaves, Norma Nettles, son, Iris Sullivan, White; Mary Red; Becky Deese, Cathy Carlton 3.95 FRAME BRA

Lorian Welsh, Barbara Smith Capely. Jane Kersey, Carolyn Dix, :: .

Laura Lites, Shirley Roberts, Public Speaking-Blue; Phyllis Sandra Dix, Glenda .Videon, (1'i Embroidered cups lighti 3
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Linda., Diedeman, Linda Shef- Williams, Anne Strickland, Brenda Reaves Judy Rosen- ly lined with foam rub- : -' .
Red; Linda Cole.Recreation berger, Pam Roberts, Rachel
field, Barbara Hilleary, Glinda I ber and underwired emphasize "Action frames"
Videon, Carolyn Dix, Mynelle -Blue; Mary Hobbs. i 1LJ your natural '' each cup are"Lycra"around Spandex -

Goff, Wanda Taylor, Martha curves. Double elastic I that stretches to fit

Alligood, Debbie Davis, June Zeta Tau Alpha back wont slip. Da- perfectly with every breath you

Partrich, Kathy Hobbs, Alice cron polyester-nylon- you take! White cotton
Truluck, Jeanene Carlton, Jane cotton In white. A32-36, ; y broadcloth. A32-36
Alumnae LuncheonDr. B and C3236. ? B and
Kersey, Lola Brown, Mary Ann C 32.38,4J50 D32-3, 3.50

Trujillo, Becky Deese, Iris
Lester L. Hale, UF Deanof ed Mrs. Glass, Mrs. Hardy,
Sullivan, Phyllis Williaams,I
Student Affairs, was guest
Mrs. Richard Schmidt Mrs.
Sandra Nettles, Sue Gibson, ,
Jessie Lou Sanders, Linda Cole, speaker for the Spring Luncheonof Lester E. Hale, and Mrs. Wil- WINA

Sandra Dix, Mary Vogh, Red;I Zeta Tau Alpha alumnae, liam G. 'Cross, who introduced \
Jane Hulslander, D-Ann Plant,I which took place recently at Dean Hale.Committee.
the Gainesville Golf and
Linda Ball, Diane Lyons, Carol Coun- <
Club. chairmen for the FREE MAIDENFORM /
Robertson Shavers try \
Kathy ,
luncheon, Mrs. Richard Cun-
Honored for the
White: Deborah Vinzant, Cindy guest day ?
I'I'WestIporeland. was Mrs. Helen Phifer Glass, ningham and Mrs. Don Post,
were assisted by Mrs. Walter DREAMWARDROBEs
Frozen Foods-Blue who has been a member of the
; Kay Lane, Mrs. Schmidt, Miss Rose-
sorority for 50 years. She was 'Mi
Busby,. Phyllis Williams. Mary Chambers, Mrs. HenryM. ((20.00 Value)
initiated by Pi chapter of Geor-
Winners In Food HUGE
Canning-Blue; Phyllis Wil gia Wesleyan College at Maconin Moore Jr., and Mrs. Cross. Nothing to Buy. Just visit B-L f'

liams. 1914. Other Zetas present included WALLPORTRAIT $100llx14 Foundation Dept. and ask Corsetiere :%' -'%

Foods-Blue; Kathy Carlton Mrs. John Hardy of Ocala, Mrs. J. D. Henry, Mrs. Fred how you can participate in our big .u. }

Evelyn Griffin, Wanda Taylor,I alumnae district president, pre- Guy, Mrs. James Noland, Mrs. Lucky Drawing Sweepstakes. k F< I

Linda Cole, Jane Kersey, Mar-' sented Mrs. Glass with a White Stephen Schnell, Mrs. Elaine

tha Alligood, Becky Deese, Sue Violet Zeta pin honoring 50 Sherron, Mrs. Carolyn Pooley, ofYout CHILD :H'.% ,
Gibson, June Partrich, Nancy years membership. Mrs. Donald Cook, Miss Nel-' .
I Guests seated at the head ta- .
Diedeman, Linda Diedeman, ble introduced da Thompson, Mrs. W. J. Cody Hours: 10 a.m.-l p.m.; 2 p.m.-5 p.m.; 6 p.m.-9 p.m. ,I ir .
were by Mrs.
Mynelle Goff, Mary Ann Truj- Mrs. John P. Shepherd, Mrs. i A
illo, Babs Thompson, Lorian'Richard Cunningham, alumnae Mary Acleria, Mrs. Henry NO APPOINTMENT NEEDED SELECTION OF SEVERAL POSES I "Concertinal@LONG y
chapter president. They includ- FULL POSE PORTRAIT
Welsh Welsh, Red
Donna Benton, Iris Sullivan, Mrs. Donald Olinger, LEG
Rachel Hobbs, Lola Brown, Freshman Mrs. Judy LaMee, Mrs. Rich-

Rosemary Register, Joan Ashley ard E. Cox, Mrs Ralph Dulaneyand I

Caryton Dicks, Sandra Dance HeldNinth Mrs. Sue Moore. PANTY GIRDLE G .
Dicks, Sharon Wakeman, Eve-
lyn Griffin, (Bread demonstration graders at Howard The Zeta Tau Alpha National 1fj "SWEET'MUSlcn"

) Pam Turbyfill, Bonnie Bishop Junior High School had Convention will be held in THE STORE WITH MORE STRETCH STRAP BRA
Thompson, Michele Cupley, their freshman hop Friday Miami June 16 to June 22. Mrs. 8.95 ,
Lynn Truluck White: Debra where decorations followeda Cross will attend as delegate GAINESVILLE SHOPPING.CENTER : T, 3.00

Hicks, Norma Nettles, Marcia circus theme. from the alumnae chapter.
Kay Curls, Sandra Nettles, Students and their guests I \ Airy mesh elastic straps

Donna Wallace, Brenda Reaves, danced to the music of The Co I stay

Linda Sheffield, Dincene Lyons, r smooth! Spoke-stitched cups
Shirley Roberts, Debbie Roch- bras.Class officers are Glenn t : Graduation The elasticized "action in- : : have under-cup Inserts for

ester, Linda BeeLHealthBlue Brasington, president; Carolynj;i Gifts r .sert." back ends girdle ,;f: extra support. White cotton

; Linda Cole, Emo, vice-president; Mary:;, yanking" It stretches when :y s broadcloth. A 32-36, Bend

Haemmerlie, secretary; ana* 1 Rr you sit, stoop or move C 32-38. .
Reba Stone, treasurer. The decoration -' the waistband stays up and

Brides'Book committee includes I the legs stay down. Power '.. 'i

Don Yeomans, Tommy Hansen .mean more net with satin elastic front

John Murphree, Mike Pri-' EaneL White.S-M-L-XL. :

mo," Gloria Harrison, Penny from franklins

Taylor, Janet Gill, Nan Cala- I
way, Wilda Gaston, Robert 1 (A ho available In lycrat B-L Foundation Dept.

Today, May 20Miscellaneous: Barnes, Condy Jones, and Mike,, >4 ; -r .* f;" ; slightly higher Prices) Where the fashion
shower hon Friedman. I .{ ; minded mold their figures

oring Miss Betsy Richardson, The refreshments were in i, Dresses Sportswear ; .' :..... with the help of trained

fiancee of Kenneth ,Jay Al charge -Diantha Neill, Pat Skirts and blouses .,' -In t.
ligood, 8 p.m.. Mrs. Nat "Rob Rafferty, Janice Hargrove, De- Handbags and :" :""'t'.1.; .. fHARGE Corsetieres .

ertson, 1201 NW 34lh Terrace. nise Raper,, and Susan Varner. Gloves h ,'f. f <

FRIDAY, May 22Miscellaneous Invitations were sent by Barbara Costume Jewelry
Sans Saudi and ." "n... ...
shower hon- Tisdale and the eighth grade Barbizon B-L --
oring Miss Judith Diane Tucker hostesses were supervised by Gifts

bride-elect of William Dale Carolyn Emo.Chaperones. # Lingerie CCENTRAL "'p

Arnett, 8 p.m., Mrs.. A. C. were Mr. and' Beautifully ':
O'Neill and Mrs. Marshall 0. Mrs. H. J. Haemmerlie, Mr. ; : -. ; .

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I By ALTON BLAKESLEEand with high ,'
the one
JEREMIAH in the countries and cultures; ences, too. The artery trouble, The food we consume over levels whichin
STAMLER, blood cholesterol ,
M. D. YOUR HEART HAS NINE LIVES3us which are more advanced eco. appeared to be low among poor;I the years plays a part. turn are linked with higher

Your nomically.In people whose mainstay was] has atherosclerosis and
own risks of getting a And our average diet risk of
heart attack prematurely before these countries, the diets largely cereals. But it was relatively changed considerably within a heart attacks.
age 65-can easily be meas- such easy targets for heart In one study, men "entertain- many of us are gorging and lazing -tend to be high in total calories, high among those in the half century or less. We are, in, (Tomorrow: Bringing DOM
attacks. high in animal and saturatedfats
ured. ing" three members of the syn- our way into heart attacks. afford Cholesterol)
who could also
same country a large sense, ladling
high in cholesterol, and in"empty" ..
The yardstick exist, and they Here are some. main yard- dicate of heart killers were 30 Our diet is rich, varied, tasty calories from refined, animal foods richer in saturated -from the same stewpot now in (Condensed from "Your Heart Has
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t attacks than the with low- processed foods.Atherosclerotic Hall copyright 1M4 by Alton BUkes-
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it teacher, lawyer, farmer, government high reading ((250 milligramsor normal findings in these .same pay. Rather than an army of heart they could afford to eat made a = I!:
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t ilKIII'R I Claims Cramer Seeks Party Hems I i.,

I By ROBERT GREEN I "Is this any way to run a win by the unpledged slate over Wertz, who have been workingon .1
I Victor Hruska, District Eight state organization?" he asked. the Goldwater slate would hurt the program at the state ; ;

I candidate on the unpledged Republican I "I'll just stand on the party's the candidate's' chances in Cal- level. t tats t 1! )
delegation to the national record in the past few years," ifornia the following week. MORE stands for Mobili- !

I convention, charged U.s. Hruska answered.In Before Hruska spoke, the zation of Republican Enterpriseand
tep. William Cramer of St. answer to another question, MORE program was explainedby to a i.-ogram to recruit and
1 a Petersburg with using the name Hruska said he did not feel a Janet Showalter and Paton train new Workers for the party

of presidential candidate Barry and organize the campaign.
Goldwater to take control of:
Mrs. William J. Frazer, pres-
'JA W y the state party. Large Stockpile of Arms
ident of the Republican
Hruska, chairman of the Re-

.M and publican brother Party of in U.Duval S. Senator County Seized From AntiRedsCLINTON en's sided.Club Hugh in the Edwards county introduced pre :.1

J.'dfi Roman Hruska (Repub.) of

i : Nebraska who is heading thatstate's HI. (AP) U.S. 100 submachine guns, five 50-
I :: .
CS of Goldwater dele I
j Treasury agents have seized a caliber tripod-mounted machine ,
gates, made his statement at of machine flame thrower several "The Sweetest Sugar Ever Sa Id"
last night's county meeting of guns,I guns, a t
I the party in the County Court- flame throwers, mortars and;25-pound aerial bombs, several j

1 1I house. explosives and arrested a one- mortars, many automatic pis- "
1 6, b s $ "Cramer is running for the time Illinois leader of "The tols and rifles, and ammunitionfor !
I I legislature, state committeeman Minutemen," a nationwide anti- all the weapons.In .
national convention delegation -I
and chairman of that Communist group. addition, Treasury agents

t s t t 4 4 f, delegation," Hruska said. "We I I The agents, who posed for raided Lauchli's home and con-
I don't need boss in this state.
t _____ __________ a the Demo-!weeks as middlemen for an un- fiscated more submachine guns
We can leave that to 'i
Cited for their outstanding work in agriculture by the Rotary Club yesterday crats." I named foreign weapons buyers, and another flame thrower. f t h31

l was this smiling group of students. From left are Sharon O'Steen of P. K. Hruska said his slate of delegates -said they paid $17,000 to Richard

Yonge High School, named Outstanding 4-H Girl in Alachua County; Mike Run- headed by William D. Lauchli, 37, for the arms in an Asst. U.S. Atty. Leon Scrog-

i i nels, Gainesville High, Outstanding FFA Boy; Tom Edwards, Starke, for show- Pawley, will vote for Gold- abandoned barn. The agents gins said Lauchli and Sturgis

ing Grand Champion top steer in the Gainesville Steer Show; Pat Lindsey, water, "all the way," but that also arrested Donald 36. were charged in a federal complaint -
Santa Fe High, Outstanding FHA Girl; and Harold Trujillo, P. K. Yonge, Out- Cramer's slate of delegates was Sturgis, in Springfield, HI., with

I standing 4-H Boy. designated to use the Arizona An inventory showed at leastStudentPolice possession of unregistered automatic
Senator's name without authorization weapons. He said Lauchli

I Rotary Honors Four County Youths assistants.by one of Goldwater's' bought and reconditioned the weapons them.as scrap -- i

II For Outstanding Agricultural Work slate Hruska is required pointed out to vote neither for Clash in Japan !

any candidate on the first bal
I By BILL WALL the FFA Club and the FHA girl in Alachua County. Sharon, lot. He said members of his SEOUL, Korea (AP) Stu- Vote May 26
Four Alachua County youths Club. a senior at P. K. Yonge High group had offered to compro- dents protesting the Japan- 3.a. i
were presented certificates for Pat Lindsey was chosen as School, is president other local mise with Cramer but Cramer South Korea normalization talks \
outstanding work in agriculture the outstanding FHA girl in 4-H Club, president of the coun- would not agree.'This clashed with police in demon- ARTHUR w.
yesterday by the Gainesville Alachua. Pat, a senior at San- ty 4-H Club, a member of the situation is bad for the strations at Seoul and Tokyo to-
Rotary Club.Certificates. ta Fe High School, is presidentof student council and the annual party and building bad will day. THOMPSON

t were presented her FHA Club, secretary of staff. She has also received the throughout the state," Hruska
\ by the Rural Urban Committee the Alachua County Council, a American Legion Award and said. "We are going to have a About 1,000 left-wing Japanese I FOR YOUR COUNTY COMMISSIONER '
) of the club to the outstand- member of the Beta Club, feature the State Fair Achievement tough enough time winning in students staged a sitdown and I
ing members in the 4-H Club, editor of the annual, and Award. November as it is." ignored blasts from fire hoses Thompson has demonstrated in his business and

chairman of the high school Hruska was sharply questioned after police halted their march his public service that he can get things done and
Tom Edwards 12 old
a year toward
Sea Blaze'SlirvirOl.S play> and prom committees. Pat youth from Starker was by his opponent in the May the Foreign Ministry. that he can get along with people.
also won the "Betty Crocker 26 primary, Harold Hill of Clay Police in Seoul used tear
sented certificate for gas
a havingthe I has the ABILITY and ENERGY to serve
Homemaker of the Year County. Hill asked if state Thompson
to disperse about 1,000 students
steer at the Gainesville "
Award. Livestock top Show. chairman Tom F. Brown had from 10 universities in the capi- Alachua County with an honest, efficient and bus- ..

., Harold Trujillo, a senior at promised Hruska the delegation tal. More than 50 students were I iness-like administration.
Back Safe P. K. Yonge High School, was Tom has his own Angus cat- chairmanship and Hruska denied -arrested. Police beat the stun (Pd.Adv.)
chosen as the outstanding 4-H tle. Among them was this this.
dents with fists and the stu-
LONG BEACH, Calif. (AP- Club boy in Alachua County. year's Grand Champion steer. Hill then asked, "How many dents threw rocks at the police.I I
I Harold is president of Key Club, He also won the record book meetings has the state organi-
"Oh, God, I love you, honey
safe." a member of the Boy Scouts, contest k Gainesville for his zation held in the last 12
I'm glad you're
the P. K. Yonge track, basket- records fffi the steer project.T. years?" then answered himseli '
At this greeting, Randi Schjel- ball and football teams, and J Cunha, head of the UF by saying "three."
fell into the embrace of
drup vice president of the county4H Animal Science Department, Paid Advertising Bu'
her Aunt Josephine after
Club. moderated the program. He rec- Get 4th. Tire
nightmarish burning of a -shipat tl
Marion Alachua
sea, in which one died and Harold was a member of the ognized Bishop,
County coordinator of vocational -
nine others were missing.Mrs. first-place poultry judgir teamat !
education and Wilburn Farrell
Tampa and Orlando He was
29 her three
Schjeldrup, also the high individual in two Alachua County agent, for I
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By MIKE RATHET laughter over the plight of Bro attempted a squeeze bunt with 1 bled and scored in the sixth. I
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'[Canes Associated Press Sports Writer glio, the St. Louis rightbanderwho the count two strikes, but'Tracewski's key single provided -

The San Francisco Giants are ; matched a league record missed. Uecker, however, immediately I Phil Ortega with a 5-1 lead

wild about Jack Sanford today, by uncorking three wild pitchesin pivoted and headed to :and he held on as the Mets rallied -

; --i;. but for being wild there's nothing one inning. the backstop for wild pitch No. : in the late innings. The

in National League history 3 as Rodgers scored and Ellis-: Dodgers had scored twice in the

? that tops Ernie Broglio's per- State Second worth reached first. first without a hit, using a walk,

formance. Andre Rodgers started the hit batter an infield out an I AS.
Compete a ,
Three Runs
wild seventh inning for the Cubs .

Sanford, purposely held out of with a walk and proceeded to That was all for Broglio. The a passed ball. ,..
Ellis of the .
Johnny Podres, veteran left Monday's game against New steal second. He didn't have to Cubs weren't through, however, Spahn and Sam :;,

hander of the Los Angeles York so he could open the key steal third. Broglio wild pitchedhim and went on to score three runs Reds were locked In a M tie t -

Three members of Gainesville High School's track team will Dodgers and a hero of the series against league leading there. After Dick Bertell,_n the inning-on only one hit- I until the eighth inning when I

go to Miami Saturday to compete in the second annual South four-game sweep last fall Philadelphia, responded with a walked, Broglio fired anotherone building a 4-0 lead that led to Milwaukee pulled out front on
Miami Jaycees invitational meet. in the World Series with the four-hit, 3-0 victory over the past Cardinal catcher Bob a 7-4 victory. The loss left St. homers by Lee Maye and Joe .- -..-BROGLIO -

New York Yankees, faces an Phillies Tuesday night that Uecker, who was beginning to Louis in third place, two games Torre. ERNIE .

This is a four-star event bringing together the best high operation for a bone chip in moved the Giants into the top get more exercise than a relay back.

school performers in the state, both white and Negro, for a his elbow and may be lost for spot by one game. team.

one-day event. It will be run off at the new asphalt trackat the remainder of the season, But if the Giants were cheering Bertell reached second while Elsewhere, Dick Tracewski I

Dade Co. Junior College.To the Associated Press reported Sanford, the Chicago Cubs Rodgers held third on the heave. played the key role as the Los

today. probably had to muffle their Cub pitcher Dick Ellsworth then Angeles Dodgers defeated the :-
qualify, track contestants had to meet certain standards New York Mets 6-4, Warren Cam CHICAGO ST. LOUIS

during the season. They had to be on the Florida High Spahn: won his 353rd game in PHILADELPHIA Night SAN FRANCISCO abrhbt Stewart 2b Ib 5000 r h bi Flood cf ab 5020 r h W

School Activities Assn. and FIAA (Negro schools) "honor Milwaukee's 4-2 abrhbi 5011 Warwick rf 4 0 1 0
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eight in each event were invited except for the top dozen in Pittsburgh 3-1. Covington If 4000Mays cf 1100 Banks Ib ZlOOLonglb 4000 Boyer 3b 5000 4 1 3 4

.team relay events and field event performers who are with- Sanford, now 4-3, was lockedin Gonzalez Herrnsfn cf Ib 40 4 0 2 1 0 OCepeda Hart 3b lb 4010 4141 Cowan Rodgers cf 40 James If 4010 3010

in competitive range of the best jumps and distances.To a scoreless duel with Dennis Wine Dalrymple ss c 3000 2 0 0 0 Hiller D'port 2b ss-wb 3000 1000 Bertell Ellsworth c p 3111 4 1 0 0 Javier Uecker 2b c 4010

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show how tough the field is going to be, slowest of Wallops Sanford p 2010 Broglio Shantz p 2000 0000
Jim Hart collected his third hit
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NEW YORK (AP) He's Mantle is the best in the league. at the Yankees 7.2 in 13 innings. single. Sanford drove Crandall for Uecker In 9th c-Walked for

4 played fewer than 50 major The kid can do it all he can in with the second run of the E-Covlngton. PO-A-Philadelphia 24-13 and Chicago Taylor In 9th...;..d-Ran........for....Groat. 000 001 in 312-7 9th

league games. His conversation lIlt, field, run and throw. And "Very Popular""He's inning, stroking a single that San Herrnstein Francisco 2. LOB-philadelphia 27-12. DP-Wine 6, San St. LOUIS .. _,..Groat.. .. .. ...PO-A.... 000 Chicago 000 022-4 27-
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consists of a few English monosyllables he's got a physique that an artist very popular with the was bobbled by Wes Covington. ,Francisco 2B-Bennett.5. Hart. Davenport 2. 16 E-Uecker St. Louis 27-10. DP-Rodgers, Stewart
said leaving and Banks; Ucker and Boyer. LOB-Chi-
I would love to paint. guys, Mele. "After Dalrymple.
smile and nod of
a a IP H R ERBBSO cago 7. St. Louis 10. .
the head.It the ball park, everybody Hart went 4-for-4 on the night, Bennett L. 4-3.., 8 8 3 2 4 4 2B-Williams. Javier James. HRBoy.er .
I The 22-year-old rookie is a 6- waits to make sure he gets on driving in the final run in the Sanford W, 43.. 9 4 0 0 2 6 Williams Santo. SB-Cowan H R ,ERBBSO Rodgers.IP

is doubtful if he knowsa foot-2, 180-pounder. the bus before taking off. They eighth after Willie Mays walk T-U l-:20 Williams. A16.936.PITTDURGH, Smith. Sudol Pelekoudas.i Broglio.Ellsworth L,W 2-3 3-4..... 6133 9 11 4 4 4 3 5 5 6 4

single American League pitcher Oliva went l-for-5 Tuesday don't want to leave him be- Mays walked three times and abrhbi HOUSTON abrhbi Shantz ........... 2-3 1 0 0 0 1
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by name. It wouldn't matterif \night and his batting average hind." was 0-for-l officially as his average Schofield Virdon cf ss 4001 4 0 1 0 Spangler Fox 2b If 4010 4012 Taylor

The three 'Cane performers will be state AA champs Mar- he did. He calls Vic Power, dippedto .404. Mota Clemente rf rf 2010 2000Wynn Bond rf cf 4111 2000' MILWAUKEE abrhbi CINCINNATI abrhbi
the his roommate "Big Powder." Besides the from 3b 4 0 0 0dMcF'lane Maye 3b 3111 Rose 2b 4 0 1 0Woodw'd
cus Jones in the high and low hurdles, Merrrill Moore in help Broglio Burgess c 4010 Aspro'nte 3b 1000 Harper If 4110

t. mile and Boyd Welsch, the latter qualifying by virtue of For that matter, his own nameis 'CANES SLATECENTRAL in the seventh, the Cubs got Freese 3b cOO 4120 0 Staub Bateman Ib c 3010 3110 Mathews rf Ib 4011 4020 Pmson Coleman cf Ib 4010 3111

clearing 13 feet in the pole vault this season. Pedro but he goes under the some help in the eighth, scoring Bailey If Ib 4 4000 0 1 0 Kasko Bruce ss p 2 3120Clenden'n 0 0 0Mazerskl Aaron Torre c 3111 Robinson rf 3000

name of his brother Tony. what turned out to be the decisive 2b 4 0 0 0 Woodesh'k p 1 0 0 0 Carty Alou cf If 4121 4000 Cardenas Boros 3b ss 3000 3011

Best Performances run when Ron Santo Friend aLynch p 2010 0000 Menke ss 4010 Edwards c 3000
But there is hardly anybodyin bVeale 0000 Boiling 2b 3120 Ellis p 2000
baseball who hasn't heard of HIGHdefensive reached base on Dick Groat's cAlley 0000 Spahn p 3000 aSmith bKeough 0000 1010
events best performances have been Eugene Milton and scored Butters p 0000 0000
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with :9.4 in the 100 Rick Levinson, Totals 35 1 7 1 Totals 30 3 7 3aWaiked Totals 33 4 10 4 Totals 30 2 6 2
(Ocala Howard High) a sensation of the' Minnesota Dick Bertell's single. Ken Boyer for Friend in 7th; bRanfor a-Singled for Ellis In 8th; b-Ran for
Tampa Plant, 21.3 in the 220; Brown of Mays High in Gouldsa been drove in four runs for the Car-. Lynch in 7th; c-Ran for Veale in Smith in 8th.
Twins, who has flirting Chattanooga Central High play. Last year's Milwaukee ............., 001 000 011-4
( Negro school), :47.8 in the 440; Brown of Coral Gables, with the .400 mark all season. School of Chattanooga Tenn. team blanked five foes. dinals, two with a homer. Billy 7th Struck; d-Ran out for for Butters Burgess in 9th.in 8th; e- Cincinnati ..... .....Coleman.. .. 000 000 PO-A 101--2

1:56.8 in the 880; Moore, 4:18.0 in the mile; Nairn, Miami Williams and Santo homered in Pittsburgh .............. 000 000 100-1 Milwaukee Mathews.27-8.Spahn.Cincinnati 2711. DP-
long in Volunteer State ................
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Northwestern (a Negro school) :14.2 in high ; Central has an AA rankingas support of Ellsworth, 3-4. Rose and Coleman. LOB-Milwaukee 4,
scholastic football
circles will 2, Schofield. PO-A-
Nairn :19.5 in the lows; Owens, West Palm Beach Forest knew he was a good hit- E-Aspromonte Kasko Cincinnati 4.
does GHS and the game will Tracewski singled in two runs Pittsburgh 24-8 Houston 2711. DP-
Hill, .58 feet *4 inches in the shot put; Morton, Miami Edison ter," said Sam Mele, the Twins' play Gainesville High Schoolat permit the 'Canes to qualify for with the bases loaded in the and 5.Staub 2. LOB-Pittsburgh 8, Houston Boiling HR-May.Spahn, Torre Coleman.Cary SF Coleman.-Cardenas.S-

inches in the discus throw Owens Miami Palmetto manager, "but I had no idea Citizens Field on Oct. 23, it 2B-Freese. HR-Bond. SB-Wynn. S- NEW YORK LOS ANGELESab
172 feet 11% ; I the state grid playoff. third for the Dodgers, then dou- r h bi abrhbl
; and Morton, 14 feet 6 inches in the pole vault; Calla- he had that much power. He was announced today. I Wynn. D. Smith Ib 4220 Wills SS 2111

way, Eau Gallie, 6 feet 6% inches in the high jump; Mahn- hits all kinds of pitches and he Jim Niblack, GHS coach, Hunt Kanehl 2b cf 4 4121 1 lIT.Gilliam Davis 3b If 4121 2100

owski, Miami High, 23 feet 3Vfc inches in the broad jump; hits to all fields. Although he'sa said the game with Central has AT S.E.C. MEETING Gonder Altman If c 4001 3011 Howard Fairly lb rf 3111 2100

Union Academy of Bartow (a Negro school) 1:28.0 in the left handed hitter, he's Chr't'pherrf3000RoSeboro C 4000C.
been> booked pending approvalby Smith 3b 3 0 0 0 W. Davis cf 3 0 1 0
880-yard relay; Tampa Plant, 1:58.1 in the sprint medley relay already hit two home runs to the Florida High School, McMillan ss 3 0 0 Trace'ski 2b 4 1 2 2bSteph'son
1 0 0 Ortega p 2010
; and Coral Gables, 3:22.9 in the mile relay. left field. Activities Association. It wouldbe Stallard p 1000
"He could be another Mickey Date To Be AiredMOBILE aTaylor 1000

Taking in the AA, A and Negro FIAA meets, of the 45' state Mantle," said Calvin Griffith,i the ninth game on the Signing Anderson cHickman p 1000 1000

champions in the three groups, 38 will take part in the the Twins' president, "and there 'Canes' slate and a fifth home Totals_Struck out 33464 for Stallard Totals In 5th 24603 b-

event. contest. Ala. (APSouth- aid be reduced to one year from -A suggestion that the April. Flied out for McMillan in 9th, cFliedout
for Anderson In 9th.
GHS has encountered tremendous -eastern Conference athletic directors four 1 date for signing baseball players New York .. .. ... .. ..... 100 030 000-4
The 100-yard dash should be a diller. The eight contestants difficulty trying to years. Los Angeles .. .... .. .. .. 203 001 OOx-4
Lincoln of Tallahassee :9.5 huddle here Thursdayfor be changed.A E-Roseboro, Wills. PO-A-New York
will be Milton, Frank McDonald, ; 1 I line schedule with -Consideration of a proposalto
a 277. DP-C. Smith
up many 24-12 Los Angeles
Fritz Turner, Miami Central, :9.6; Hazelton, Union Academy, MAJOR long-time Florida rivals drop- their annual spring meetingto get up women's events in the proposal to limit scholarships .. and D. Smith. LOB-New York 6. Los

:9.6; Richards, Jax Bolles, :9.7; Levinson, Plant, :9.7 Strug- LEAGUED ping off the schedule to play consider, among other things, SEC since they can't competein for track, baseball, golf,,I Angeles 26-Kanehl 5. Tracewski SB-D. Smith

nell, St. Petersburg, :9.7; and Podurgiel, Clearwater, :9.7 -> closer to home. a request to change the date for the NCAA. tennis and swimming. Wills Wills.2. Gilliam. S Ortega Fairly SF-

PLEADERS signing high school football players. -I
Gainesville Lincoln who did :9.7 in -
Ralph Brockington of .& JL Undefeated Season .
at Ocala to McDonald, apparently did not make
a losing race LEAGUE Central, which went 10-0-0 two
the FIAA honor roll during the season and is not included NATIONAL Today's Games and battered Jack- No final action will be taken,
Pittsburgh (Veale 2-3) at Houston (Far-' years ago
in the 100-yard dash. but several recommendationsare
among the top runners
rell 5-1) night sonville Lee in the Meminak -
Chicago (Jackson 5-2) at St. Louis (Gibson expected to be made for
3-0), nightPhiladelphia Bowl game in the Gateway
Caught on the Run (Mahaffey 2-2) at San Francisco consideration at the winter ses ..
(Marichal 6-0)) City, was 6-5-1 last year but _____
New York (Hinsley 0-1) at Los Angeles sion.
still the Hamilton Co. In-
Gators' 1964 football schedule has ,been rated toughest of (Wlllhite 1-3). night won
to Milwaukee (Cloninger 32) at Cincinnati terscholastic League crown. A SEC Commissioners Bernie
any Southeastern Conference school no surprise anyonein (Purkey 1-2), night
Gatorland-by a Birmingham News formula. It will rankas Maior League AMERICAN Leaders LEAGUE dozen teams are located in the Moore also is expected to review -

one of the toughest in the nation when those listings are Batting, 60 at bats Oliva, Minnesota Chattanooga area and the top regulations regarding
.391; Fregosi Los Angeles .368. schools in the and t
play loop. transporting entertaining
revealed. Runs Rollins Minnesota 29; Oliva
Minnesota 28. Central graduated its entire prospective signees. I II
will be Runs batted In Cash Detroit 28;
Southeastern Conference football interest apparently Wagner, Cleveland, 27. line and its top two halfbacks.
next Mississippi State expects a Hits Oliva Minnesota 54; Bressoud New and more liberal NCAA -
all-time high season.
at an Boston 43Doubles However, it will return brilliant I
record sale of season tickets. LSU, Alabama, Tennessee, Au- Bressoud. Boston,; Math quarterback Larry Shelly, a do regulations on off-season conditioning IA\ :
Rollins Minnesota
Kansas City and -
burn, Kentucky and Florida all expect to match previous top ews., t.Triples. it-all star as a sophomore last and a suggestion to _. / 1
with coach Green Kansas City; Oliva number football officials & .IerL '
interest a by
them Georgia has new positions -
better ,
years or and Versalles, Minnesota. and Hinton, season; and fine fullback Phil I
ing regime change, Vanderbilt will be improved. Only Tulane Washington 4. also will be presented by SA
Home runs Colavito Kansas City Lewis, also a sophomore star. I I
remain unchanged. The Greenies have ,10 Moore. -j.
and Mississsippi and Allison and Hall Minnesota. s
Central will have four returning -
Stolen bases Aparicio, Baltimore
too big a stadium and Ole Miss has too little a home sched- Cleveland Fregosl. Los ;
14 Angeles; Wagner and Hinton Washington.; 5. lettermen ends, five tackles Requests Dec. 5 ::1 /

ule. Pitching (3 decisions) Pizarro Cht and two guards. There is no Mississippi State has requested .
cago. 4-0 1.000; Bunker and Hall Baltimore -
Florida's freshmen performers in last week's SEC meet at and Krallck Cleveland.3-0,. 1.000. experience at center and only that the Dec. 5 date for signing .I

Lexington accomplished this: Radatz Strikeouts, Boston- Wickersham and Pena Kansas Detroit City 50; two halfbacks who saw much high school football playersbe ,- _

4S. action a changed. The date is
year ago. present
Ed Mahoney, third in the 100-yard dash (:10.0), third in Batting (60 at bats) ..... Mays. San Lot of TravelingThe the same as the Mississippi
the 220-yard dash (:23.3)); Harry Winkler, second in the shot FrancIsco, .404; Williams Chicago. 394.
Runs San Francisco 31 Tennessee school football
Mays ; generally -State-Mississippi con-
(50 feet ZVt inches), second in the discus throw ((149 feet lemente, Pittsburgh, 26. ,
plays a cosmopolitanslate test. State contends Ole Miss
Runs batted in Mays San Francisco -
7% inches), third in the high jump (5-10)); Scott Hager, sec- 35; Stargell, Pittsburgh, and and does much
because it
hurdles St. Louis 46. traveling. has an advantage can
intermediate Boyer
ond in the high hurdles (:15.0)), first in the
Doubles Clemente Pittsburg 12; In past seasons it has playedAla. invite prospective signees to the
(:38.7)); Dieter Gebhard, third in the 880-yard run Maye Milwaukee and ,Hunt; New York
90 ., and schools in west Ten- campus for the game.
(1:57.2)). Santo Chicago 4 Banks
Triples ;
Chicago Allen Philadelphia; Clemente, nessee, going 300 to 700 miles Other items on the agenda in-
Pittsburgh. and Boyer. St. Louis 3.
Home runs Mays. San Francsco for games. clude: Condor Precision Winners
14; Howard Los Angeles 12. Red Etter, Central coach, has -Consideration of conduct of
Stolen bases Wills, Los Angeles
13; Harper Cincinnati t. had two perfect seasons, a flockof spectators at football and basketball -
Pitching (3 decisions) Marlchal The Alley Cats won the bowling crown in the Condor Precision League this
San Francisco. 6-0. 1.000; Gibson St. unbeaten but tied campaignsand games. Noise problems
i From left Paul Watson Barbara Stuart Darrell Addison and Scott
Louis 3-0. 1.000. in year. are ,
specializes a have been .
quarter reported.A I
Trikeouts Maloney Cincinnati. 52:
'rysdale Philadelphia, Los. 47. Angeles and Banning back-fullback offense and solidcsrNtUJ suggestion that grants-in- Davis. (Sun photo).


W L Pet. G.B. Today's Games
4 Chicago 16 9 .640 Detroit (Rakow 0-2 or Regan 3-3) atsre
Baltimore 11 12 .600 Vi Washington (Osteen 2-4). night -
New York U 11 .393 1 Kansas City (Seoul 2-2) at Balturv
Cleveland 16 12.511 IV*I (Bunker 3-0. night
Minnesota 1714 .548 2 Minnesota (Arrigo 2-1) at New Y<>rk The Sizzler Did Some Toowould
Detroit 15 15 .500 3W (Terry 1-2) Batting
Boston 13 17 -433 5V* Los Angeles (Chance 2-1) at Bos ton
Los Angeles 13 19 .404 6"vt (Lamabe).1). night ,
Washington U 21 .400 7 Only games scheduled.
Kansas City 11 19 .367 7V4 Tomorrows Games
Yesterday's Results I Detroit at Washington. N I

Chicago Minnesota 6.7.Cleveland New York S %. 13 Innings I Kansas Angeles City at at Baltimore.Boston NLos I' Unrk cama have gone if disaster hadn't chopped him down in bag himself and caught his own throw for the putout.On .

Boston 4. Los Angeles 3 Only games scheduled his prime." another occasion the third and
Baltimore 3. Kansas City 2. IB Innings By ARTHUR DALEY winning run was on a
Detroit 5. Washington 2hull's National League But disaster did strike. Sisler's sinuses began to misbehavethat good bunter was at bat for what had to be a squeeze play.

San Francisco W 20 L 11 Pet..645 G-.B. NEW YORK The dizzy deeds of Willie Mays with his winter and he started to see double. So he had to stay As the pitcher fired in, George raced for the bunt. It almost

St.Philadelphia Louis 18 19 11 14 .621.576 1 2 bat this spring have set folks to talking and the favorite sidelined for the entire 1923 season. He was to continue for happened too fast. Sisler grabbed the ball, tagged out the

Wins Pittsburgh 17 15.531 3V* topic of baseball conversationalists these days is whetheror eight more years but was only a pale shadow of what he batter and flung himself across the plate to tag out the
17 15 -531 3Vi
Cincinnati Milwaukee 16 15 .516 4 not Willie The Wonder can remain in the charmed-and once had been. runner coming on from third for a double play.
Los Angeles 15 19 .441 6V4 charming-circle of .400 hitters at the season's end. The
In PetticoatHill's Chicago 12 16.m tV historians have made learned analyses of this exclusive "I never was a real good hitter again," the sad-faced The unusual was his dish. The Red Sox once had Hal
15 20.429 7
Houston New York 10 23 .303 11Yesterdays and most have come to the conclusion that the strain Sisler once said. "I know I had one .345 year and one .334 Janvrin as the runner on third and Tris Speaker the runner -
Results group on first when the batter smashed one to Burt Shottonin
rears afterwards. But it what I'd call real good hitting.
Cincinnati 2 baseball militate such
Plastering downed Kirk- Milwaukee 4. and pressures of modem against i
Chicago 7. St. Louis 4 Perhaps nothing could better illustrate the lofty Sisler the Brownie outfield. Thinking that he would have no
& Pierson 7-3 and Jones- Houston 3. Pittsburgh 1 possibility. chance to nail Janvrin at home after the catch, Shotton madea
patrick Los Angeles 6. New York 4 Studies of the eight members of the exclusive Four Hun tandards than his own disparaging- appraisal. In spite of the

Johnson whipped Southern Bell] San Francisco. Tomorrows 3. Philadelphia Games 0 dred Club offer quite a few provacative thoughts, however way he sloughed off in his latter years, this Hall of Fame daring throw to Sisler in order to trap Speaker with

19-1 in Petticoat League softball Pittsburgh at Houston. N mmortal still finished with a lifetime average of .341. too long a lead off first. '
Chicago at St. Louis. N and one ,of them concerns George Sisler..His name will ringno
games at City Park last night. Philadelphia at San FranciscoNew loud bells among a newer generation of diamond followers Although the statistics give adequate support to Sisler's Triple PlayJanvrin
led Hills with three York at Los Angeles. N
Fuller Only games scheduled and that's a pity because the Sizzler was a troll artistery with a bat, no figures give a true reflection of
hits and six runs in the fifth in- FLORIDA STATE LEAGUEW L Pet_ G... extraordinary player. his skills in the field. He was a picture player at first, the slowed to a jog. Sisler took the throw to force .i

ning broke open the game. Ft. Lauderdale 21 19 10 11 .477.633 '-1W' By 1920 he had ended the long reign of Ty Cobb as stylist supreme. Because he was so fast, his range was out Speaker and wheeled in the same motion toward the

Dykes had four hits in as Daytona Lakeland Beach 1* 12 .413 2V* baseball's finest hitter, winning the American League batting enormous. He had a great arm. He was sure-handed and plate. He threw home and the laggardly Janvrin was taggedout.
I St. Petersburg II 11 ,581 3 did it all with such effortless ease and with such sub- It was a triple play.
he .
many trips for Jones Johnson Sarasota 14 15 .483 < championship with. a .407 average. Two seasons later he'advanced -
which scored 11 runs in the Miami Tampa 12 11 19 19 .387.347 t 9V) even further along the road toward heights which lime grace that he made tough plays look simple. But Sisler could always throw. Rickey plucked him off

first inning. Orlando 7 22 .241 13 had hitherto seemed unattainable. He batted .420 and had the University of Michigan campus as a pitcher. In his first I

Daytona Beach Today's at Fort Games Lauderdale barely reached his physical peak. Impossible PlaysThere start The Sizzler beat his idol, Walter Johnson, 2 to 1, and

Hill's 0100600-7130 Orlando at MiamiSt. even were occasions when he would make impossible was so horror-stricken that he wanted to apologize. ;

K&P 1200000-3 63 Sarasota. Petersburg at LakelandYesterday's at Tampa No Greater Player"There plays look simple.. Here's one that creditable witnesses However, The Mahatma didn't dare waste that magnifi-

Tuten and Gillis; White and Miami .. Orlando S ResultS never was a greater player than George Sisler in vouch for. The Sizzler made a dazzling glove-hand stab at cent hitting ability and hence shifted his pet to first base. \

Fullwood. St. Petersburg 4. Lakeland 1 wheeled and tossed the ball toward first in a The move made history. j
Tampa 9, Sarasota 7 1922" Branch Rickey, his discoverer. "He batted .420. a grounder,
Southern Bell 100 001 25 Beach 1 When folks speak of .400 hitters these days they talk of 1
Fort Lauderdale INTERNATIONAL 6. Daytona LEAGUE He had 246 hits. He stole 51 bases. He fielded his position high gentle arc so that the pitcher would have an easy catchas

Jones-John. ((11)) 35 0-19 16 0 Syracuse 7, Toronto 1 as only he could field it, the slickest and most graceful first he covered the bag. But! the pitcher! ,forgot to .cover.. Ty Cobb and Rogers Hornsby. Much too frequently overlooked ((
and Schnelker; Boul Rochester 4. Buffalo 2. 10 Innings Harold Sisler. He rates remembered.
Hembree is being
Jacksonville 4. Atlanta 0 baseman who ever lived. There's no telling how high he Sisl r had the reflexes of a panther. He pounced toward the George
ware and Perry. Richmond 4, Columbus t

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Green, saw his ex-mates for the Stu Miller came on and halted I extra tread on the shoulders. _

first time and he gave them the rally. Four Straight AVAILABLE IN

plenty to tell the old boss about. Detroit stretched its winning FOLLOWING SIZES:

Three Hits : Whiffed 10 streak to four straight as Dave

The rangy first baseman Athletic starter Moe Drabow- Wickersham became the first,I 590-13 .,,.

E 4 stroked three hits, the last one a sky struck out 10 before leavingfor Tiger pitcher to win five games. I'' .

2 a game-winning homer in the 10th a pinch hitter in the ninth. Norm Cash and Bill Bruton : 600-13 .

y inning, as the Orioles nipped the Bo Belinsky was breezing witha homered against Washington i 650-13

I Athletics 3-2. His first-inning three-hitter for the Angels loser Buster Narum. Don Zim

l single drove in another run and when the Red Sox staged a mer homered for the Senators. I 700-13

he scored the Orioles' other Hollywood ending to pull their !
Minnesota and New York
marker on Boog Powell's dou- victory out.Leading ;! 520-14
struggled through 12 innings
ble after walking in the eighth. 3-0 with two out and =
tied at 2-2 before the Twins : 560-14 p _
The three hits ran Siebern'saverage none on in the bottom of the ; S in I 1 '
broke it in the 13th. An: _
___ to .336 Jim Gentile ninth Belinsky seemed home
Better I
650-14 Breaking -
RBI double Rich Rollins
/ free. But he walked Dick Stuart! ,
\ Siebern
the man Finley got fog _
who had homered earlier and Quiet Ride
__ __
dou- E. _
went l-for-4 for Kansas City and after Tony Conigliaro
700 14
Track .
\ NERgME Bob Allison's sacrifice fly Race : : -
__t ; g i
1 P1DTER dropping his average to .267. bled, Manager Bill Rigney I > f ,f -
pushed two before Proved r i
runs across :
= _
PROVIDES Elsewhere in the AmericanNight brought in Barry Latman. 550-15
COM-TKOU !' Jimmie Hall wrapped it up with ,

Lt A peucA-re r a three-run shot into the right 560-15
E X PL0510N
---- .' MIGHT NOT. field seats.OLarmanella.s. I
L i I: 590-15

/ .,r -
I 600-15 t 3

NG a44. .............s_ Cam Night Game
abrhbl abrhbl abrhbl
ab r h bl
Pearson rf 4011 Schilling 2b 3000, "Gainesville's Favorite
Hawser ss 4121 McCraw Ib 4130 4000
Piersall If 3010 Bressoud ss
Brown 2b 2010 Weis 2b 4111 aThomas If 1000 Y'trze'skl ef 3 0 1 0 I Garden of Eating"now 65015Other .
Wagner If 3100 Robinson rf 4000 Fregosl ss 4000 Malzone 3b 4000
I Alvis 3b 5121 Ward 3b 3000 Adcock Ib 4121 Stuart Ib 3100
Lions Take Win Azcue c 3010 bBuford 3b 0000 Torres 3t 4121 Conigliaro If 31 1 0 featuring :

dRomano Francona rf 4 1000 0 0 1 Nicholson Hansen ss If 2 5220 1 1 0 Satriano Simpson cf c 3000 4130 cWilson Tillman c 3000 0100 SUMMER COLD Types and Sizes AV3r-blc! Not as Illustrated

Kindall Ib 4120 H'shb'ger cf 4 1 2 1
rf 3121
Knoop 2b 4020 Melias
Held Cf 4000 Martin C 4022 Belinsky p 3000 Monb'q'te p 2 0 0 0
Siebert p 2111 Peters p 4011 Latman p 0000 bMantilla 1000 I PLATES TOWN TIRE COMPANY
McMahon p 0 0 0 0 Wilhelm p 0000 D. Lee p 0000 Heffner p 0000
On aDavalillo p 1 0 0 0 Mossl p 0000 dJones 1013 I 706 W. Ave
Big Inning'f Bell p 0000 Totals 34 311 3 Totals 30 4 5 4 University

:f Abernathy cSmith p 0 1000Totals 0 0 0 'Grounded a-Flied out out for for Monbouquette Piersall in 7th in; 8th to-; Ph. 6.6066 605 N.W. 8th AVENUE PHONE FR 6-9090
I 35 5 f 4 Totals 34 i 12 S For
I c-Ran for Tillman in 9th; Doubled Carry-Outs I
runs in the fifth in- Moose at Kirby Smith; American in a-Called 7th; b-Ran out on for strikes Ward for in McMahon 8th; c- for Heffner In 9th. I

Called out on strikes for Abernathy in Los Angeles ........... .... oil 010 010-3
ning helped University City University City Lions vs. 9th; d-Called out on strikes for Fran- Boston ................... 000 000 004-4
Lions to a 28'3 win over Baptist cona In 9th.Cleveland i r
Hughes Supply at Finley; Dixie,, E-Stuart. PO-A-Los Angeles 2-*-16, DIXIE VIMS
D.O.W. yesterday in an Ameri- ... ......., .... 020 000 012-5 (Two out when winning run scored),
North Central Baptist vs. Citi- Chicago .,....... ....... 001 130 01xE Boston 2712. DU-Malzone, Schilling and OPEN 7 A.M. 405 NW
can League game at Finley. zens Bank at Lanier Rebel Stuart; Torres Knoop and Adcock.
North Central Baptist beat ; ,, -Alvis/ Wagner, Weis. McCraw Han- LOB-Los Angelej 7. Boston 6.
Kirkpatrick & Pierson vs. Life sen. po-A-Cleveland 247, Chicago 27-8. 2B-Melias 2. Torres Conigliaro. Jones.
Johnson & Faris 8-4 in a Dixie DP-McCraw i' assisted; Hershbergerand HR-Torres. Adcock. SB-Conigliaro. S- TIRE CITY
Underwriters at City Park. Ward; Hovser. Kindall and Alvis. Belinsky. TO 7 P.M. 13th ST.Don't .
game at Stephen Foster LOB-Cleveland/ 10 Chicago 11. IP H R ER BB SO
Lions scored three runs in the 2B-McCraw, Hansen Brown. 3b-Sie- Belinsky ...... 8 2-3 4 2 2 3 3
bert. Martin. SB-Weis. S-Brown. Weis. ..
xLatman L, 2.2 0 0 2 2 1 0
last inning to nip Carlos Hope BudweiserNips IP H R ERBBSO yD. Lee .. .. .. 0 1 0 0 0 0
... 4 2-3 8 5 5 4 3
I Siebert L 11. Monbouquene ...1 10 3 3 2 5 .
Electric 12-11 in a National McMahon ......11.3 I 0 0 1 1 Heffner, W, 21 ... 1 I a 0 0 0
Bell ............11-33 1 1 1 2 VACATION
x-Faced 2 men in 9th. 6-Faced 1 TIRE SALE
game at Kirby Smith.In Abernathy ..... 23 0 0 0 0 0 I man in 9th.
an unreported game of Peters W, 4-2... 82-3' S3 6 6 HBP-By Belinsky (Conigliaro), by Lat-
WingsIn xWiiheim 0 0 0 0 1 0
Faced 2 in 9th. -Facei 1
Monday, First Federal got 11 Mossl .......... 1-3 0 0 0 1 I man x- in 9th. men y r

runs in the fifth en route to a WP-Bell.x-Faced, 1 PB-Azcue,man In ,9th., Martin.Smith. U T3:13.A23.738. -Honochick -. I man HBP-BY(Menas Belinsky). WP-Belinsky.(Conigliaro U-Stevens). by La?-, Be Misled Compare These Prices Before Buying Your
SeventhBudweiser unge ,
28-5 triumph over Citizens Bankin I Napp. Rice Stewart.Night Game T-2.57. A-7,027.

the Dixie loop. I DETROIT Night Game WASHINGTONab KANSAS CITY abrhbl BALTIMORE abrhbi Tires for Summer Vacation Before Buying Any Ti re Check
pushed Causey 41 1 0 Brandt cf 4010
right ahead of today's games: over a run r h bi abr h bi ss '
Mathews cf 5010 Aparicio ss 4110
Six runs in the fourth inning in the bottom of the seventh Bruton cf 4122 Zimmer 3b All Charles 3b 5010 Johnson 2b 5000 Grade of
Kiwanisto inning to edge Gainesville Brown If 4120 Blas'ame 2b 4 0 2 1 Gentile Ib 4 0 1 0 Siebern Ib 4232 Tire Check Ply of Tire Check Guarantee and Price
helped University City Thomas If 0000 Hinton If 4000 Alusik rf 2011 Robinson 3b 4000
7-4 win First National Wings 3-2 last night at CityPark Kaline rf 3010 King rf 4010 Tartabull rf 3 0 1 0 Powell If 3021 f

Bank a in a Western over League gameat and regain the City Cash Lumpe Ib 2b 4000 3112 Phillips Lock cf Ib 4020 4000 Jimenez bWilli'ms If If 3020 0100 aSnyder Kirkland rf 0000 3010 Per Tire. All Diamond Tires Carry Life-Time Warranty Defects -

League softball lead. McAuliffe ss 3 0 0 0 Brumley e 4110 Lau c 4021 Orsino c 4010 ,
Littlewood. Stewart homeredfor cPena Roberts 3000
Freehan c 3110 Kennedy ss 4000 0000 p

the winners..W. the big frame Budweiser now has a 7.1 loop Wlck'ham Wert 3b p 4 4111 0 0 0 Narum avalentme p 1000 0000 Green Bryan 2b c 4000 0000 Miller fGames p 0000 0000 in Workmanship and Road-Hazard Guaranteed Guaran-
oooobHunt Drabzsky 3 0 0 0 hall 0000
Bridges p p p
with one on. mark to 6-2 for Wings. Guy 1000 dColavito 1010 I. I

The Rebel League contest be- Cleveland Construction nipped D'ck'orth p 0 0 0 0 eAker 0000 teed Coast
Totals 32555 Totals 34 2 7 2 Wyatt p 0000 to Coast.
twtsn Gainesville Shopp i n g Schlitz 4-3 in the other game a-Walked for Narum in 5th; b-Struck Totals/ 3S 211 2 Totals 3433,
Center and Kirkpatrick & Pier out for Bridges in 7th. a-Ran for Powell In 8th; b-Ran for -
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played.An Jimenez in 9th; c-Ran for Lau in 9th;

son at Metcalfe was post- Detroit .. .................. 003 200 000-5 I 5-Singled for Drabowsky in 9th; e-
poned. error, double by Buck Washington ................ 001 010 000-2 ,Ran Miller for In Colavito 9th. in 9th; f-Walked for Pick Your Size On These Low-Low Prices

Today's : Benton and single by Gene Kansas City ............. 100 000 001 0-2
games flitch loaded the bases in the E-None. po-A-Detroit 27-15 Washing.ton .Baltimore ............ 100 000 010 1-- -
Western Plumbers Union vs. 2713. DP-Blasingame and Phillips.
bottom of the seventh. LOB-Detroit 4. Washington 6. E Snyder. PO-A-Kansas City 27 )t r DIAMOND
First National Bank at Little- Billy 2B-Phillips. Wert, Brown. HRBruton.Cash ([none out when winning run scored DIAMOND PREMIUM
Knight then was hit by a pitchto Zimmer. SB-Freehan. S-Kaline. Baltimore 30-14. LOB-Kansas City 9, Baltimore -
wood; National, Carlos Hope vs. IP H R ERBBSO 10.2Brsino.
force in the winning run. Wick'sham W. 5-3 9 7 2 2 I 6 Powell 2. Brandt, Jimenez. Safety lux-Tubeless DUNLOP GOLD SEAL
AMERICAN LEAGUEU. Narum. L, 3-2 .... 5 a 5 5 2 3 HR-Siebern. S-Brandt. a
." .b h Bridges .. .... .2 0 0 0 1 2 IP H R ERBBSO
D.O.W. r
LIons b h Bap Benton and
C. r Mickey Noble
rf 100 Duckworth ..... 2 0 0 0 0 2 Drabowsky .... 8 8 2 2 4 10 36 MOS. GUARANTEEBlack
Ellis. 2b 5 3 5 3 2 2 M.Welsh Hogan 2b 3 0 0 had two hits each for Budweiser. U-Valentine. McKinley Soar Salerno. yWyatt. L, 3-2 ... 1 1 1 1 1 0 21 Mos. GuaranteeBlack
Bengochea. p T-2:20. A4,306.MINNESOTA xRoberts .......1 10 2 2 2 7
Peas. ss 551 LeMoyne ss 200) Garland Wallace had a pair NEW YORK Miller ...... 1 1 0 0 1 2
Aguirre. Ib 431 Murphy. c 300 abrhbi abrhbl Hall W. 3.0 .. 1 0 0 0 0 I i Black White
Hipp. If 300 Kitchens. c 300 for Wings. Bobby Barnes got Versalles ss 5 1 1 0 Ltnz ss-3b 5021 x-Faced 2 men In 9th; y-Faced 1 '( ,
Anderson. 3b 5 1 1 Peck: 3b 211 the victory. Rollins 3b 6232 Rich'dson 2b 3 0 0 0 man in 10th. White )
Smith p-c: 532 Feather Ib 110 Oliva rf 5110 Marls rf 5010 WP-Drabowsky, U-Carrigan. Mailer. I 600x13 .............15.52 .............. 17.95
Blaslng'me. cf 1 21 Frank. Ib 0 0 0Mclnnls Allison Ib 5001 Mantle cf 3100 Hurley, Flaherty. T-2:43. A-8,490.
rf 020 Hummel ef 111 Four Hits Hall cf 6233 Keubek ss 1000 I 600x13 .......... 11.95
I ........ 13.95
Brill. rf 100 Richardson. p 100 Guy Cleveland made four hits Klllebrew If 6021 Tresh If 6 0 0 0 II I .. I I 650x13 .............16.52 .............18.95
Adkisson. rf 1 1 1 K. Hogan p 100 Pleis p 0000 Howard c 5021 !
Vidal, cf 010 Ramente. p 000 count in its victory over Schlitz Battey c 4000 F.oit'e ib-cf 6010 Zabala Gets 650x13 .......... 12.95 .... 15.95
Helmint ier. If 2 20M. Hogan, cOO 0 Allen 2b 3000 G'zal'z 3b-lb 6120 700x13 .............16.52. .............. 18.95
C. Hogan rf 000 ,which managed seven off Ray !bMmcher 1000 Bouton p 2000
Freeland, ss 000 Goryl 2b 1000 aLopez 1 DOC 750x14 .......... 14.95
Brumbaugh. Travis and ..........
Totals 35 21 11 Totals 11 3 2 Larry Roland p 4000 Reniff p 2000 750x14 .............16.95 .............19.95
Ollie Powell each had two hits cGreen If 0100 dBoyer 1000 Nod TodayFlorida's
Lions ...... 1754 (ID)-28 Totals 44 7 10 7 Totals 46 2 12 .9.95600x13
Univ. City 800x14
.......... 15.95 ....... 17.45 .
Baptist D.O.W. ........ 0000 3 3 for losing Schlitz. a-Grounded out for Bouton In 7th; ... 800x14 .............17.85 .............22.95
b-Popped up for Allen In 10th; c-Walked

DIXIE LEAGUE Business League to- for Roland in 13th; d-Flied out for Reniff! Gators will carry an 850x14 .......... 16.45 .......... 18.45
ilL Fed. S. ab r h Citztns Bank af r h night will send Gainesville In 13th. 18-9 overall baseball record i' 850x14 .............. 18.95 .............. 24.95

McCullum ss 3 4 2 Henderson. 3b 31 1 Minnesota ... ....... 100 400 100 000 5-7 to a 3 p.m. contest today w. 670x15 .......... 11.95 13.95
21 0 Livestock f ..........
R. Rbts. ss-
B. Orton. If 0 0 0 p against Road Prisonat
... .... ... 900x14 25.95
Vergason, p 442Weseman Young. 2b 200 New York 000 001 100 000 0-2 Jacksonville I .............19.85 ..............
at Pe
D. Cobb 2b 01 0 6:30: Sunnyland meets GE E-Vers.lles. University 650x13 I.
2b /2 2 Pep/one 2. PO-A Minnesota
Field. 71 Ox 15 .......... 12:95: ......... 15.95
Means 511 Gassett. p-lb 2 1 1 at 8 and Smith 39-14 New York 3920. DP-Rollins./ ry
c Sinclair 950x14 26.95
S. Orton. 3b 544 Greene c 3 01 plays Goryl' and Allison; Gonzalez. Richardsonand I .............. 19.85 ..............
cf 0 0 0Batella Post Office at 9:30 on Field Pepitone Richardson, Llnz and Pepi- 700x13
Stn'drge cf 332 tone. LOB-Mlnnesota. The Dolphins have a 5-20 rec- 760x15 .......... 14.99 .......... 16.85
5. New
cf 000 G. Berry, cf 200 No. 2. Games on Field No. 1 28-Hall 2, Rollins. Linz Gonzalez.York 3B-13. 670x15 .............. 16.35 .............18.85
Shepard. If 43 1 Lewis ss ord for the season and will use :,
Yaxley rf 0 DOT. RbtsIb 100 will match Penn Chem and Howard.SF-Allison.HR-Rollins, Hall. Richards freshman I 800x15 .......... 16.95 .......... 17.45 750x14
Newberry. Ib 3 3 1 Crosby. If 1 00 Howard's TV at 6:30, CWA IP H R ER BB SO Carl Smiers against 710x15 .............17.85 .............19.95
Wakeman, Ib 3 3 1 D. Cobb. If 1 OC
Roland. W, 1.1 12 7 2 2 6 8 Florida. Coach Dave Fuller is 800x14
Totals 36 21 1I Czaplga, rf 100 and Med Students at 8 and Pleis ........'."..1 1 0 0 0 0 j ALL PRICES PLUS TAX
T JP. _. D. Berry, rf 0 1 0) Gainesville Gas and Hav-A- Bouton .......7 A 2 2 I 2 expected to pitch Adrian 760x15 .............18.85 .............. 22.95
Totals/ 115 3 Reniff. L. 2.1 .. .. 6. 6 5 5 2 3 la 850x14
.. Tampa at 9:30.G. : HBP-By Bouton (Versalles), by Roland against JU. zaba-I
Citizen's First Federal Bank Savings... .' .. 2447 0010 (11)4 --26 5 (Marls. U-Umont. DiMuro Paparella. 800x15 .............19.45 .............. 23.95
I 210 001 0-4 4 Drummond. T-4:01. A-18.603. Today's game is the 900x14

DIXIE LEAGUE Schlitz 000 201 0-3 7 three this week for Florida. Friday -: Batteries 820x15 .._..........,19.45 .............. 24.95
John. & Far ab r h N. Cen. Bpf.. ab r h Brumbaugh and Leon, Lucius; 8.95TUBES 950x14
and Saturday the Gators
Walsh, If 200 Nixon cf ss 422 Floyd and Travis. Florida Signs i
Nobles. 2b 000 Flake p 411
will go to Tallahassee to take ALL PRICES PLUS TAXi
Bryant 3h 21 1 White c 313 Wings 110 000 0-2 5 670x15
W. Boles. Ib 310 Fender. 2b 110 on rival Florida State in single
Benz c 310 Turngton. 2b 2 1 1 Budweiser 100 010 1-3 9 Swim StandoutCharles I
Scott. p 200 Smith. If 2 0 C c: Doverspike, Smith and Daugh- games each day. 710x15
C. Boles. cf 1 01 Cauthen, ss 300
Nobles. 2b 00 OBrown. rf 010 terty; Barnes and Erwin. Putwaln, a butterflystar FSU will return the visit on 2.50
Emo. ss 100 Hoffman. 3b-p 2 1 C 760x15
McCilvary. rf 1 0 0 Wood. If 1 0 tAAacLean at Jacksonville Beach's May 29-30, when the Seminoles i

Awbrey., p If 200 101 Vn'Popermg.lb Home. 2b 100 lOt Salt, Pepper Fletcher High, has signed a and UF clash in a three game 1 j 1 800x15

Strickland. cf 2 0 0 Lee. cf 1 01 swimming scholarship with the series with a twin bill slated! F
Stokes. ss 200 Geiger, rf IOC
Llnzmayer. 2b 1 0 0 Swails. 3b 0 0 C Set University of Florida. for May 30.MEETTONIGHT. I ANY SIZE 15 mos. guarantee 820x15
Denham. rf 111 WWJ Leaguers I
Totals 24 4 3 Totals 2(11 WHITE
North Central Baptist 40400 0-1 9.95 OR KEXCHANGE Slightly Blemished
Johnson & Farls ....... 201010-4 RegistrationRegistration Top Quality Nylon.

Add 2.88 for
Carlos Hop ab r h Liens abr h and orientationfor
Brown. C 411 Latsko. 2b 401 Salt and Pepper Leaguers BUDGET TERMS AVAILABLE 2.88
Bennett, ss 310 Esser Ib-p 422 i with other for Prem. Nylon.
Denny cf 100 Crosby, p-lb 423 ((7 and 8 year olds) in the Jay- Add 2.88 for
Bishop. 3b 311 Rick ss 42 !2 Baseball who 15 MOS. TO PAY WhiteWall.All .
Folson. p 4 1 2 C. Smith. 3t 31 !2 cee Buddy League will persons are

Hale Smith. Ib rf 423 000 Deaux.Smith 2b If 100 IOC be held at the Boys' Club Saturday I -_ HAYDONBURNS NO MONEY DOWN Prices Plus Tax

Register, rf 220 Abbott. If IOC at 10 a.m.Applications I
Janes. 2b 221 Myers c 311
Bray. If 2 2 T s in9er, rf 2 21 may be obtained! Art,
cf 200 Kessler. cf 220 at the Club. I _
Jones. Boys' No equipment -i Ii
Total 2111 11 Totals 24 12 12 will be needed for the first WORKERS

.. '3043 I-11 meeting. Classification for all: WE
Lions ... .. .. .. 1521 3-12 I i AT
eight year-olds will be held I

Holland. If 2 0 1 1st Nat. Bank ab r h I 7:30p.m.I:
Gillette, rf 300 Clayton. 2b 211 Every boy will be placed on: .

Stewart,Ifn 201 211 Jones Bennett 3b 2b 321 200 I a team and every boy will play.!

White.Holland If 2 01 D. Pearson C 2 1 1 League play begins the week of t' DIXIE VIM'S FREE
Ponzlo. cf :3 1 1 B. Ayers, c 200Soshee. I. June 8.Buddy. 'I 301 S. MAIN FREE
P 3 21M. Pearson p 4 0 2', I .
Scheplro. 2b 31 1 Banner, ss 2 0 C Le a gue baseball is Gainesville

Springfield.wooten. 3t c 311:3 0 I SImmonnosfl, ss Ib 2 200 0 0; sponsored by the Gainesville I f Burns for Governor Front End Alignment BRAKEINSPECTION

King. SS 211 Hill, Ib 200 TIRE CITY
Junior Chamber of 'I
Farm, ss 151 Hall cf 300' Headquarters Inspection
thelton Ib. 101: McKlmey./ cf 1 0 0 is supervised by the Boys' ._
Anderson, H20 I Meetings every Mon., Wed. & Fri. nights. Join with us and I
S. Ayers rf 201 Club staff. All games will be support Haydon Bums for Governor. i
Kuitert rf loa i A.M. 405 NW 13TH ST. OPEN.7 A.M.
Totals 21 7 11 T.t.U 347 played on the Boys' Club playground PHONE 6-8990 or 6.7839 :

V C Kiwanis ............ 00010-7 Caps and T-shirts will We Welcome the Active Support of All the Other Candidates I TO 7 P.M.
1st National .............. 200 101-4 be furnished by the Boys' Club. (Pd. Adv.) j I PHONE FR 2-5030 TO 7 P.M.

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f .Wednesday, May 20, 1964 Gainesville Sun 17

t rSears Passes A&P, MARKETNE STOCK 7rFLASHES I Rise State Sen. Urges'

WYORK (AP-A strong Texas Gulf Sulphur met some

r Rises 9.2 Per Cent rally by .rails spearheaded a 'renewed demand, opened on a19,000share Holds

stock market rally early this block and held a 1-
afternoon. Trading was mod-'
By AUSTIN C. WEHRWEIN sales in the first quarter ended erately active. point gain in early afternoon.The .

, CHICAGO-Sears, Roebuck April 30 were up 13.1 per cent. Dow Jones industrial SteadyBy Fightfor Ag Funds

r, and Company, the new world's Cushman estimated first q ar- Industrials followed along, average at noon was up 2.35 at
champion retailer held an an- ter net income of $43,619,000 giving the list a pretty good 81963.

I nual meeting glowing with optimism -or 57 cents per share. rise after two days of sharp de SAM DAWSONAP
By ALMA WARREN per cent; Irish potatoes, 27 percent ers, quality during
after another record "The economy Is strong," he cline. Zenith and IBM were ahead Business News Analyst Agricultural Extension Service ; celery, 25 per cent, and marketing is one of the major

first quarter that was 9.2 per told the 450 stockholders. "The The rails nudged to new rec- about 2 each, Polaroid and U.S. NEW YORK (AP-First reports watermelons, 24 per cent. The problems limiting the full poten-

cent last ahead of the same period effect of the tax cut will con- ords on average even during Smelting 3 a piece. Xerox was on the economy in May Sen. Ed Price of Bradenton total volume of all other vegetables -tial of Florida's vegetable in-

year. tinue to percolate through the Tuesday's falling market. off a point. show the April advance is being last night called on agriculturein is estimated to increaseby dustry. He stressed the impor-

Austin T. Cushman, chairman, economy." maintained. June might well set Flodida "to pull up its socks, > 18 per cent. tance of more efficient harvesting -
: avoided a public victory statement As for comparisons with A & The rails attracted new spec- Prices moved higher on the new peaks before the start of strap. on its armor and makeup Brooke said that Florida will and packaging, good handling -

over the Great Atlantic,P, Cushman had to be prodded ulative and investment demand, American Stock Exchange. the anticipated summer slow- its mind that Florida agri- be producing 12.3 per cent of p r act ices after harvest,

& Pacific Tea Company, Inc., I by a reporter after the meet producing a string of gains Corporate bonds were mixed. down. culture is going to get top priority the national consumption of vegetables -measuring quality more accur-
but expressed qualified pleasure which ranged well a U.S. government bonds were and methodsfor
over point.
ing."It I And by then people will bethinking on the legislative appreciations as compared to the 8.6 ately using new
after the meeting. During the would be improper for us The Associated Press average mostly unchanged. less about the business committee and not per cent produced in 1960. This maintaining field freshness.

meeting he said sales in the to take great credit when an- of 60 stocks at noon was up .7 cycle and more about politics, just leftovers." will require a 21 per cent in- Fred Clark, tobacco expert

first nine days of May in the other company has lost sales," at 305.2 with industrials up .6, TODAY'S DOW JONES crease in land use, a 35 percent with the Agricultural Experiment

new second quarter were 12 per he said. rails up 1.2 and utilities un anyway.The upward isn't as fastas Speaking to more than 200 ofFlorida's increase in tonnage of fertilizer Station, estimated that

cent ahead of last year and He also noted that Sears was changed. 817.28 | Indust. I 819.63 in the final pace weeks in 1963 leading growers at materials, and 82 per flue cured tobacco production
offered the "conservative"' esti- clearly ahead in gross sales, the third in a series of University entincreasein quantity of in Florida will increase 28 per

mate that there would be a observing that nobody brings Steels, airlines, oils and cop- 201.90 I Stocks I 204.09 but the news reports are peppered of Florida-sponsored meet- chemical pesticides, harvesting, cent over 1963 on about five per

5 to 6 per cent sales increasein back a can of beans to the A & pers strung along in the ad- 148.01 I Util I 141.05 with advances in particular -ings on developing agricultural and processing, 47 per cent cent fewer acres.
industrials and with
this fiscal year, with profits P while merchandise is returnedto vance while utilities did little. 288.03 I Rails I 289.42 even resources effectively, Sen. more vegetable tonnage by 1975.R. Although the DARE tobaccocommittee's
more glowing predictions.Steel
keeping Sears revision to Tobaccos and building materials Price, an agriculturist himself -
forcing a
pace. horticulturist
I 4,380 I Volume I 2,040 production continues to K. long range fore-
As previously reported, gross a net sales figure. were mixed. I said that for the past five
confound its own industry ex- said that since the greater cast indicates a decrease in per
he had been Florida -
years, urging proportion of Florida's vegetables -capita consumption population
is still that
. perts. Output on uphill to "quit hidingits
agriculture are consumed at consider- increase will tend to offset thepci.
that helped
course pullApril's "
1.1t BUSINESS MARKET all-inclusive industrial light under a bushel. He able distances from the produc- capita decrease.
pointed out that agriculture is
REPORTReaders' Li'- production index to a new high. in competition for every tax

The steel mills are pouring out dollar in Florida. He
spent urged Praises
V1 REVIEW VI tonnage at the highest rate agricultural leaders to CountyOn

since last June. give of their time and talents to _
A The current outlook is that for these
successfully compete
this month's total production I tax dollars when the Legislate -
I PREVIOUS DAY'S will fall short of last May's 11.5 appropriates funds every Mental HealthBy

I STOCK MARKET million tons Still, orders for
Request I Advances -----.. 432 June are coming in better than

Declines __..___- __._ 666 expected earlier and the industry Price said that salary, expense HAROLD RUMMELSun widening more economical and

Unchanged -.------ 268} now expects to end the first money, operating funds Staff Writer expedient.

(The following market quotations il Total Issues __- 1,366 half of 1964 with total output and building funds must be This county's "mental health

are requested specifically by readers New 1963-64 Highs __ 48,well ahead of its New Year's provided for the Florida Agri--assets" are among the best in -Heard that Commissioner
of the Sun financial The quota- Olt/CiV. LISTINGS
tions are furnished by page.Sincere & Co.. New 1963-64 Lows 46 I predictions.Auto cultural Experiment Stations, the nation, J. Hillis Miller Edgar Johnson has been

Investment Service here. II makers are pushing pro- the Florida Agricultural Exten- Health Center Provost Samuel named to two committees of the

N. Y. Listing duction. And new car buyersare sion Service, the College of P.' Martin said yesterday.
1 1e Divers Growth 99110.86 keeping sales high. Detroit, Agriculture, the State Depart- Rivers and Harbors
( ) New York Times AllisChal 19% IntHarv 72 They can be "the best," he Conference in
of the State Washington.
Dividend Agriculture,
Shares 3.754.11 too, is planning for a summer
MARKET AVERAGES, MAY 19 Alcoa 78% IntNick 80% Conservation Board and the County Commissioners."It's .
Low Dreyfus __ 20.26-22.02 slowdown as it changes over time to think -Discussed stricter enforce-
High Close Net Ckg AmAir 45% IntPap 32% Board. now about
Fidelity Capit 11.46-12.46 for models exten-' Flodida Livestock
new a more
AmBrk 53 Jones&L 74% putting our mental health assets ment of order and curfew lawsat
25 Rails . I
140.04 13R.58 139.12 Off .36 Fidelity Fund 17.90-19.35 sive revision this year than "
AmBdPar 37% KaisAl 39 He said it concerned him together, he declared inan
25 a private beach in Melrose.
823.25 813.26 816.50 Off 5.84 Fidelity Trend 18.9920.64Fund'tal last. And it is girding for labor
50 Stacks 481.64 475.92 477.81 Off 3.10 Invest AmCan 43:}% Ken'cott 82 deeply when he sees the lack of unscheduled talk at 'esterday's -
10.99-12.04 contract bargaining.
AmCyan 67% Lig&My 76 equity in the amount of appro- scheduled meeting of the -Accepted the low bid of
'I Income of Boston 8.439.21 AmMot 14% Loch'd 33% Retailers in general report priatons for salaries, opera commissioners. "We need to Florida Equipment Company

NEW YORK STOCK Ga Pacific 1.00b I Incorporated Inc. 98510.77 AT&T 70 Lorillard 44% sales holding high. Some chains! tions and capital outlay for oth- get together on a coordinated for a tractor to be used by the
keystone K-2 5.626.14 note marked advances in recent "
need county road department.
AmTob 32% Mag'vox 33% er areas of university as program.
Getty Oil _
EXCHANGEAbbott .10g 23% Keystone S-3 16.56'18.07Keystone weeks, even if over-all retail -!
AmpxCp 16% MM&M 61% compared to the needs of agri Dr. Martin complimented the
Grace Co .-. 1.00b 55lh S-4 ______ 4.755.19 figures haven't jumped as -Deferred action until next
Lab 2.40 39/s Gulf Oil -_- ._ Life Investors 20.88-22.82 Anaconda 43% Mohasco 13% quickly as some advocates of culture. Commission on steps it has week on a request by Raul

AT&: T -_ HOYs HeIne Curt _.._ .80 20% Armour 50% Mons'to 79% taken to establish facilities Reyes, a successful license
Stock Fund 8.118.83 the federal income tax cut had Earlier yesterday, at a commodity liquor -
Allied Cern _.._... 1.80 53 IBM 5.00 ACL 72% MontWd 36% here."You've.
480% Mass.[ Inv. Trust 16.50-18.03 predicted. conference of Operation applicant, to establish a
Amerada pt _._ 2.00 83 Int Min C __ 1.80a 72/ Mass. Inv. Growth 8.779.58 Babcock 27% NatDair 79% The increase In consumer DARE (developing agricultural done your part,". he bar near Paynes Prairie on
Am Elc Pow 1.16b 4OVa Jot Tele -_ 1.00 57% Pioneer B&O 43% NatDist 26% UF said. U. S. 441 without an accom-
Fund .___ 9.65-10.55 credit totals shows the public resources effectively), a agricultural -
Amer Enka _._ 1.40a 61 BethStl 26% N.AmAv 46% He said Alachua has
Va County
Kellogg _._ .80a Puritan Fund .-....... 9.60-10.38 still in a buying and borrowing economist predicted. panying restaurant as requiredby
Amer Home l.44a G6 Boeing 51% Penney 51V4 the best foundation in Floridafor
% Lehman Cp 1.34e 291f4 Putnam Growth __ 9.5110.39TV mood. And the stepped-up] that Florida's vegetable indus- zoning regulations in the
Amer M Fdy .90 21* Litton In _...._... 1.98f 64%. & Elec. .- 8.098.82 Borden 71% PRR 31 clearing of old debts is considered -try will be a $303 million business a really good mental health area.
Amer Motors 14 Brunswk 9% PepCola 55% He praised Dr. Ed-
% Lone S em 1.00 21th Value Line Inc. 5.556.07 putting more families in by 1975 an increase of program.
Armco Stl 3.00 72Y.= Marsh Fid 1.60 40%' CaterTr 60 PhilMor 80% in million 1960 income. ward Byrne, county health department -Postponed until next week
Wellingtonfund 15.10-16.46 position to start buying soon $134 over
Atch Topka 1.20a 30 Martin M .. 1.00 18 Celanese 69 PhillPet 47% Brooke forecast director, for the lead- action on closing a small sec
-- Windsor Fund 15.40-16.74 greater volume. Dr. Donald L.
Bauch Lomb _.._ 1.20 36% McG Hill _._ .60a Chrysler 49 RCA 32% The Commerce Department that the major increases will ership he's provided.He tion of the Old Archer Road at

Baxter Lab _._ .36 22Y.= Mead Corp 1.70 N Y S E Most Active StocksVol. CocaCola 131 RepStl 43% has just revised downward its come in tomatoes, green beans, cited the psychiatric wing 34th Street because correspondence
Beckman In 55 Co. close I CornEd 48% Revlon 34% under construction at Alachua on the matter still is un.
--- Merck _....._..._ 2.ooa 109 Change, earlier estimate of the Gross celery, watermelons, sweet
Beech U S _.._ 1.10 Nat Air! __ .80 47* 193,500 Tex Gulf Sul 57% up Vi' CondEdis 84% ReyTob 45% national Product in the first corn, Irish potatoes, lettuce and, General Hospital, the health answered.
Bristol _._...._ .80 65 90,100 ContCan 50% StRegP 31% department's out-patient treat-
My % N Y Centl -_ .50g 36 Chrysler 47% off % three'months of the year. But escarole. Total production of to-
Brown Shoe __ 3.40 Nia M Pow 2.00 82,600 Gen Motors 84% off 2V4 DowChe 72% Seaboard 473/4 the optimists even here can matoes is expected to increaseby ment program and the facilitiesat
Brunswich 9Y. Xerox duPont 258% Sears 113y the J. Hillis Miller Health BurglarsHit
= Norfolk W 6.00 129'h 77,300 112% off 4%
point to the causes of the revision 81 per cent; cabbage, per
Cambell S --- 2.40 38% No IndP S 1.48 64,700 Boeing 50y4 up 1% EAL 32% Sinclair 47 as having good points. cent in volume; eweet corn, 43 Center as important parts of I

Carter Pdt _.._._ l.ooa 17lh No Nat Gas _._ 1.80 61,600RCA 32% up % E.Kodak 130y4 Socony 78 the foundation for a good treat- 6 Times

CaseJI.- 151fs Olin Math 1.20 45% 59,800 Sperry Rand 15% off % Firestone 39% SouthnC 58% ment program. ,

Cessna Air _.._ 1.00 25% Owens II G _.._ 2.50 97* 57,900 Ford Motor 53% off 1% FlaPw 46Vi SperryR 16 Claims Ballots Give EdgeTo With the facilities established,

Ches Ohio _._ 4.00 79 PacG&E 1.00 32% 51,000 Cal. & Hecla 22 off % FlaP&L 72% StBrand 77% coordination is needed. "We Get LittleAfter

Chrysler -.. 48% Pac Lting __ 2.40 60% 46,600 Brunswick 9% off y4 Ford 54 StO NJ 86 can make our dollars more val-

Coas S Gas Pac T & T .__ 1.20 A S Ex Most Active Stock FrmstDa 11% Studebak 8 Cramer's GOP SlateTAMPA uable by working together," he hitting six Gainesville

CBS _ ...1.80b 4n Pan Amer A 1.20 76 32,000 Massey-Ferg. 23% off % FreptSul 337/i Swift 50lh businesses in two
1.20 FruehTr 30 Texaco 78"s (AP) State GOP asking them to change the ballot -said.Although general loca.
Comb Eng ----- Parke Day 1.00 281/ 31,300 TWA Wts 22% up % the Commission tions last night, burglars had

Cone Mills _.._ .80 17% Pennzoil _.__... 2.00 76% 23,200 Fargo Oil 2% off % GenDyn 2H4 Thiokol 13Ys Chairman Tom Fairfield Brown before the primary May 26. took no action, it voiced enthus- little to show for their labors.

ContI Air _.._ .40 25 Perkin EI __ 18,700 Syntex 76% off % GenEl 822 U Carb 123% says ballots in 29 counties have He said he would contest the iastic willingness to explore the

Conti Ins _- ----- 2.20 Pfizer .__ _- .80a 46th 18,700 Assoc Oil 6% off K GenFds 86% UnitAirc 45 been printed to give an advan- votes in each county if changesare situation.In One trio of ransacked businesses !.

Contrl Dat -- 104* Phelps Dg 3.00 68% GenMills 40 UnFruit 45% tage to the slate of convention not made. other business, the Commission is the Anderson beer

Corn Pdts _._ 1.50 62% Polaroid _._._ .20 141 th ODD-LOT TRANSACTIONS Gen.l\1trs 85/8 US Steel 5Ht delegates headed by U.S. Rep. Brown, who has accused Cra- : Distributing Co., 1005 S. MainSt.

Delta Air 1.60 8n Pub Sv E G 2.60 Purchases 357,044 Goodrich 52* UnivMat 12lh William Cramer. mer of trying to seize controlof -Directed Commission Chairman ., the Clayton Co., and Arnold

Det Steel _.._ .60 15 Pure Oil 1.60 49% Short Sales 6,311 Goodyr 41% WestgEl 32 the party in Florida, is a G. M. Davis to write and Wright, Inc., both at 9002S.

Eastern Air _.._ 32% Rayonier 1.00 381RexaIl Other Sales 399,315 Greyhnd 581/ WinnDix 34% Brown said Tuesday he had member of a slate of delegates Gainesville Mayor Howard! Main St.

Emerson El 1.00 __.. .SOb 45% Total Sales 405,626 Gulf Oil 57 Woolwth 833k wired registrars in the counties headed by William Paw- McKinney, encouraging installation The other group is in a shop-

Fair Camra .:>og 2074 Reyn Met .-- .50 38% ley. They favor but are not of fallout shelter facilities -ping center in the 4200 block of

Finanl Fed 55% Rich Merr 1.00 42% pledged to Sen. Barry Goldwater in the new city hall whichis NW 16th Blvd. They are the

Fst Chartr -- 1.97f 37% RCA 32% YOUR MONEY'S WORTH of Arizona for the presidential in the planning stages. Jackson Minute Market, the

Fla E Cst _._ 12% R C Cola 1.20 70% nomination. Cramer's slateis -Heard that the State Road Millhopper Package Store and

Food Fair ---- .90 Roy Dutch _.._ 1.73g 45% formally pledged to Goldwa- Department can't aid financially the Ashley Beauty Center.

Ford Motor 53% San Diego Imp 11 in the development of New- Gainesville police reportedthat

FMC Corp ? 1.00 55% Searle Gd .90 63% Exploding Some Myths ter."There's nan's Lake Park because il except for s o m e change
85% an effort on some- would conflict with
Gen Motors Sears Roe _ 112%: standing taken from a soft drink machine
Gen Tele .88 331/ Singer __ 2.00 body's part to give the Cramer policy. at location
one nothing
Smith Kin 1.20a 60% slate an edge in the voting -Approved going ahead with discovered

Sou Cal Ed 1.05 32% I By Sylvia Porter"It's .. : booth. This thing didn't just hap- paving NW 39th Avenue from .was missing.The immediately.

Personal Sperry Rand ............ 16St I --- )en. Somebody" very cleverly set the Millhopper Road to the break ins were discov-

Oil Cal -...--- 2.00 62% a myth!" is a taunt When an average is calculatedfor After adjustments for personal this up, Brown said. Farnsworth Road. ered between 11:48 p.m. and

Income Rises St Oil Ind __ 2.oob 58% guaranteed to raise an explosion all peacetime business taxes and higher prices, the Brown said he saw the ballots -Voted to study regulationof 12:45 a.m.

StOi1N.J. 85% among those who are or cycles since 1919, the average .average income of city families that were being printed for
terl Drug ,- .65 27% who would be in charge of our lifetime of our upturns comesto has climbed 22 per cent the voting machines in 29 counties the type of signs that will
Soldiers Shot
Texas Util 1.20 57% foreign policies and in recent 28 months. just since 1950. and that the words "organ- be put up by advertisers along

During April Textron 1.40 44% months particularly, we've But these averages hide the izing chairman" had been omitted Interstate 75 in Alachua County.
After deductions for federal NEW DELHI, India (AP) -
Tidewater 30% been treated to some rich dialogue key fact that actual upturns I : from the Cramer slate. The
WASHINGTON (AP Per- income and social security -Decided to study zoning Four killed in an outbreak -
Trans W A __ 391/ persons
about our policy "myths" have run from less than a yearto words were used in the Pawley
sonal income continued to climbat Union Pac 1.60a taxes and adjustments for along the Waldo Road with an of shooting Monday night
--- concerning Cuba, the Soviet Union more than four years. slate listing, he said.
a steady rate in April, the United States Stl 54% price> increases in cost-of-living in Kashmir were Pakistani sol
Red China, etc. To illustrate just by modern Brown said the leftover eye toward four-laning it some-
said items, the purchasing of diers trying to gain a position
Und Air L 1.50b 55% power
But astoundingly little attention history, the peacetime upturnof space was used to point uGoldwater's time in the future. Zoning could lines Indian
Tuesday.It 1.00 52Y. a U.S. factory worker has risen within Indian army an
Upjohn - = is 1954-57 lasted 35 months. name, "like
being paid to "myths"in you
control set-backs and
reached a seasonally ad- War Lamb .70 4 per cent in the past year. building Defense Ministry spokesman -
The would in advertisement.
the of peacetime upturn 1958- an
justed annual rate of $483.1 billion -Worthintn 1.50 40 sphere In brief, despite the fact that other things that would make said today.
where 60 lasted 25 months.
a gain of $2.2 billion over Xerox 111% i policies or viewpoints rising prices have slashed into
But the current
March and about $25 billion Zenith 1.20a 71 often arouse even stronger explosions peacetime buying power of dollars earned Press Radio
which in
upturn, began
Republicansand early Field
among Has
higher than April 1963. and accunv-'iated in the postwar Rocky
OVER THE COUNTERNEW Democrats and all shadesof 1961, is still powerfully alive.It era, the standard of living
includes therein. [ is moving toward its 40th
Personal income opinion
of the is far
salaries rents dividends YORK (AP>-The following bid Here therefore two long- month. It is a virtual cinch to average family Slates City
wages, and asked quotations supplied by the are higher than ever before.
profits from a business, National Association of Securities Deal- cherished myths about businessand live through 1964 and into 1965. All Himself
ers. Inc.. do not represent actual trans- These are only two myths to
profession, or farm and other actions but are the NASD's estimate your financial setup which If ever a cycle smashed the News Brief
payments to individuals. of the range within which these securities -the U.S. economy itself has myth of duration into happy which our economy has decisively -
could have been sold (bid) or exploded. There
been decisively explod i n g.You'll smithereens, it is the upturn
bought (asked):
Personal income totaled $463 many more which we are in Representatives of Gainesville RIVERSIDE, Calif. (AP) July.
Amer Heritage 20- ? find the reality far more through which we are now
Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller said But, he added, if Goldwaterdoesn't
i the of
in 1963. destroying.
billion Anheuser Bush 51-52% pleasant to contemplate than living. process radio stations and Th .
cinch it the first ballot
he doesn't believe a ma- on
Wages and salaries reachedan Cowles Mag & Pb. 12- the folklore. Myth: The major inflation of I For instance, in the months:: Gainesville Sun will hold a jority today of his party's voters will "then be won't get it at all."

annual rate of $327 billion in Florida Gas llY-12 Myth: Over more than a he: post-World War II period ahead we'll probably crush the news briefing for all local men Goldwater's I The Arizona senator expects to

April, accounting for $1.5 billion -Fla. Tel _ 2-1 46}4' century of recorded U.S. busi-I has more than wiped out the myth that tax rate cuts reduce and women's civic and profes- regard political Sen.philosophy Barry as "respon go into the San Francisco con-

of the increase. Franklin Life 63%- 4 ness history, a distinct pattern.gain in our paychecks and in- the amount of taxes collected sional organizations tomorrowat vention with more than 500 dele-
Jax Minit Mkts. 7 % has emerged for the durationof comes, and only the lucky minority by the federal government and 8 p.m. at the Gainesv j I Ic Republicanism. I Rockefeller has 28, but is

Besides the payroll advances,I Milgo Electron. 12- T 1s peacetime upturns. When a has stayed even or come will prove that, on the contrary, Woman's Club. The New York governor, with I gates. all of New York's
there were small gains in inter, Mort. Guaranty Ins. .. 28/.- 9 business advance has lasted two out ahead. tax rate cuts increase tax collections More than 100 representalives -the campaign field all to himself -: counting on

est, transfer payments and div. Aerojet-Gen 31V years, it is aged and increas- Reality: This widely held be- by the Treasury. are expected to attend the stepped up his attacks en 92.Goldwater headed back to

idends. Additional payments to I Aurora Plastics _-__--- 36T 1s ingly in danger of petering out lief is absolutely wrong. Of Well almost surely shatter public relations workshop, Mrs. his lone opponent in California's -Washington Monday and doesn't

retired persons increased the total Cinerama 7% and turning into a slump. course, rising living costs have the myth that we, as con- Hazel Fisher, president of the presidential primary a plan to return until next Mon

in the transfer payments i Data Control 41% Reality: This myth has been I eaten into our paychecks. While sumers, are the most impulsiveand Inter-Club Council of Gainesville -test he said could make or break day. Rockefeller has scheduledfour

category Fulton Inds. ,- ---- 9% nurtured by "averages"; it I average family incomes have unpredictable of spenders announced. their battle for the nomination. days of compaigning this

Farm Income, at an annua;l Gen Develop 4J% falls apart when the duration' more than double since 1947- will demonstrate instead that Kenneth Small, executive secretary "This is it, in my opinion," he week and five more next week.
Mackey Airlines -. 6!% of the actual business upturns have soared from $3,000 in 1947 we're the least impulsive and of the Florida AsSociation -said of the June 2 election in a

rate of from$12.2 March billion, and was it dowr I Mead Johnson _ 191 through which we, real people, to over $6,000 now the aver- most predictable of spending of Broadcasters, will moderate radio program Tuesday. Opening his final swing in

slightly wa s Suntex _ 77% have lived is examined.It age family is not that. far groups. a panel composed of Pierre Earlier he said that if GoIdwater -Southern California, Rockefeller
million below .
$600 a year ago Tampa Elec. v 25 is true that when an aver- ahead. All signs now are that pulverizing Bejano, radio station wins the race for Cali repeatedly singled out instances

Business and professional Income TWA Wts .. ---__ 22% age is calculated of all peace- But even after adjustment for myths in the sphere of WGGG; Ferrel Asbell, radio fornia's 86 delegate votes it where he said Goldwater differed

was unchanged at $38 Valspar .- 7% time business cycles since 1854, higher prices, average family economics is going to be a station WDVH; John Haney, might put him over the 655 need- with former President

billion, a gain of $1.4 billion ove]r MUTUAL FUNDS the average lifetime of our up- income has jumped 45 per cent pleasant intellectual occupation WUFT" TV; and Clif Cqrmie, ed for the nomination at the Republican Dwight D. Eisenhower and other

April of last year. Affiliated Fund 8.849.56. turns comes to 26 months. since 1947. for some time. Gainesville Sun. National Convention in "responsible" party leaders.r .

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(JI; Only $284 Net Profit -


R From Lady Bird's Farm A ,

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BILLINGSLEY, Ala. (APP on the part of the First Lady. Y.

" Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson's farm The overseer added that there

in Alabama brought her a net are tenants living on the prop-

4 profit of only $284.23 last year, erty for whom Mrs. Johnson

,I the overseer of the property wants to provide a lifetime

said Tuesday. home.

Wallace Canterbury, the over- Canterbury said he tried to

seer, said Mrs. Johnson's gross persuade Mrs. Johnson to put

income from the farm in 1963 the farm in the soil bank when 1 k

\ I was $2,463.41 and her expenses he became manager five years w.

$2,179.18. ago. He said she could have

J The farm came into the limelight realized as much as $5,000 an-

recently when Reps. DavidT. nual profit that way. i

Martin, R-Neb", and M. G. "But she decided against it YJ

Snyder, R-Ky., described the because she would have hadrto

i tenants on the Johnson property : displace the tenants and also

as impoverished and their because of her attitude toward
When you compare prices on steaks, take into consideration QUALITY,
homes as tumbledown shacks.A accepting that much govern- '.ii: "? TRIM and CUT: And, you may have your steak cut thick'or thin ot A&P

White House spokesman ment aid," Canterbury said.I I :: ; at NO EXTRA CHARGE.

I answered the charge by callingthe

rental of the homes and plotsof Close Trimmed
land to tenants for only $60a Egg Market :.v..:: Your T-Bone

year a humanitarian gesture JACKSONVILLE (AP) -The ., C CS"

NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS NAME Northeast Florida Egg Market : CUBED Choice orPorfer
: Page
prices to retailers '
I the undersigned, desiring to engage in : BARBECUESAUCE '
"STH business j AVENUE under the PACKAGE fictitious STORE"name at of Extra large 38-43, mostly 41-i r GROUND -

the corner of N. W. 5th Avenue and 43; large 36-40, mostly 38-39; I House
N. W. 6th Street in the City of Gainesville l-pt. 12-ci. bottle s .
Florida, Intends to register thelaid medium 2933, mostly 1.32; SIRLOIN
name with the Clerk of the Circuit 3ge .l.b.
Court of Alachua County. Florida. small 25-23 mostly 2628. .

t EGOSTART INVESTMENT Poultry at farms: fryers 13;
A Florida Corporation hens, too few sales to report. y -

By President THOMAS COWART NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR I xz;, Super Right Leon Meaty Vacuum Pocked Cooked
Secretary Sec W.U, F.S. I' :

IN(3321)THE 5:6.COUNTY 13. 20 JUDGE'S 27 COURT. IN of Thos.NOTICE the O following. &IS Jayne HEREBY certificates G. Neff GIVEN the has holder filed that.1,.I 'F ,t .\ Spare Ribs lb. 39c Ham . 6 oz. pkgs. 59c NWVVZ

AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY, FLORIDA said certificates for a tax deed to be Issued -' J\ Super Right Y4 Sliced' Pork Lon; Copeland's Smoked HC Link
thereon. The certificate numbers :.1 9 203 M b. Avg.Pork .
IN RE. Estate of
and of Issuance. i
years the description of .
JENNIE M. GRISMORE. the property, and the names in which it : Sausage lb. Pkgs. 65c
Deceased 55
NOTICE TO CREDITORS was assessed are as follows I I Chops. lb. !
Certificate No. 314 Year of Issuance 1961
; M.All GRISMORE.creditors of Deceased the Estate, of JENNIE Ascription of Property Lot 13 Bk 3 Rg I r K .,F t, Super Right Sliced, Smoked Oscar Moyer All Meat FISH
are hereby
1 less N 140 ft of E 60 ft & less S-
notified and required to file any claim or 70' ft of E 75 ft Roper Aid DB J 550 !i Franks 59

demands said Estate which in the they Office may of have the against County Name All of I in said which property assessed being Abner in the Jones County r .. : .; Beef 4 oz. pkgs. 29c .Lb.pk9s.
Judge of Alachua County Florida. In the of 'I STICKS
Courthouse at Gainesville Florida, with- Unless Alachua such State certificate of Florida or certificates I' : Super Right Sliced Select Steer Co 'n John's Frozen Breaded

in of Each six the claim(6)first calendar or publication demand months must of from this be the In notice.writ-date certificates property shall be described redeemed will be In according sold such to certificate the to law highest the or j kl Beef Liver . lb. 49c Shrimp 2 ib. box $1.79FRESH 3 $100-

ing and must state the place of residence bidder at the court house door on the : : o l 10-oz. pkgs. I
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and post office address of the first Monday In Month of June. 1964
claimant and must be sworn to by the which Is the 1st day of june. 1964 Cap'n John's Frozen Fantail
claimant, his agent, or his attorney Dated this 2d day of May, 1964 1
or It will become void according to J. B. CARMICHAEL GOLDEN SWEETCORN 10-oz. Pk 9. 59c
law. Clerk of Circuit Court of Alachua I
oS. Fred Grismore County. Florida i i
Fred Grismore as Administrator (3322) 5:6. 13. 20. 27 I.
of the Estate of Jennie
emS 4:29.M. Grismore 6:13.20 Deceased. JUDGE IN PROBATE.ALACHUA COUNTY. FLORIDA I.I 10 39c

I Notice of Application for Tax Deed IN RE: ESTATE OF I FOR
Sec. 194,16 F.S. WALDINE B. McCAUL also known as I
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. that MRS. T. V. McCAUL and also known _# Xxx
Thos. O. & Jayne G. Neff the holder of as MRS. THOMAS V. McCAUL. II 4t: :/ SPECIALFr !
the following certificates has filed said Deceased. t
certificates for a tax deed to be issued To All Creditors and Persons Having I FRESH CALIFORNIA .. : ;o Cap'n John's Frozen Scallop or .::ii::i iIII :!
\ thereon. The certificate numbers and Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: l a
years of Issuance, the description of You and each of you are hereby notIfied ; ; {
the property and the names In which and required to present any claims //III SHRIMP llIi
It was assessed are as follows: and demands which you. or either of you, I I :!: :
Certificate No. 327. may have against the estate of Waldine .!iiji: :::"':'
Year of Issuance 1961. B. McCaul also known as Mrs. T. V. Me-
Description of Property Lot S & S'<% Caul and also known as Mrs. Thomas I LETTUCE HEAD19C DINNERS
Of Lot 6 Bk 1 Parrish S.D PB A107 V. McCaul I, deceased, late of said Courty. -
Name in which assessed Hugh & El- to the C o u n ty Judge of Alachua I
I la Drummond. County Florida. at his office in the court I t1r
1 All of said property being In the house of said County at Gainesville. Florida -'
i County of Alachua State of Florida within six calendar months from the 'I
Unless such certificate or certificates time of the first publication of this notice. \
hall be redeemed according to law Each claim or demand shall be in writing I C
the property described in such certificate !- and shall state the place of residence, 8-oz.: 49 iPk
t or certificates will be sold to the and post office address of the claimant : FRESH TENDER GREEN it. ?;
r highest bidder at the court house door and shall be sworn to by the claimant I i : 9. f
1 on the first Monday In Month of June. his agent his attorney and any ; illll! irf I
164. which Is the 1st day of June 19 oC. such claim or demand not so filed shall
Dated this 2d day of May 1764. be Void. ;
'I J. B. CARMICHAELClerk THOMAS V. McCAUL I Co. lO-oi. Pkg. Cap'n John's Frozen
of Circuit Courtof THOMAS V. McCAUL. JR. 2V2 Lb. 597SS1S2 :: ri:1o Haddock Dinner 49c
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Alachua County. Florida As executors of the Last Will and : w =o' f
i. (3323) 5:6.13. 20. 27 Testament of Waldine B, McCaul I ;. BUNCHFRESH
also known as V McCaul
Notice of Application for Tax Deed and also known us sMJs: Thomas VMcCaul i
{ Sec. 14.U. F.S. deceased I
I NOTICE I 'IS HEREBY GIVEN, that First publication I May 6, 1964 I 5.5tsSs.
Uriah Gilt, the dof the following 33201 5: t. 13 20, 27
certificates has filed said certificates ; *"*-- .. -----, RED RIPE CAROLINA
for a tax deed to be issued thereon. The IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY ;i aatr a
I certificate numbers and years of issuance JUDGE, ALACHUA COUNTY FLORIDA '

t and, the the names description:In which of it the was property assessed IN ,PROBATE.IN I' I. PLAID'!
RE Estate of rsoba ,
follows .
are as :
Certificate No. '26. CHARLES A. DEMAREE also known'' .. STAMPS 00 Jane Porker White Enriched
Year of Issuance 1960. as C. A. DEMAREE. Deceased. : : 1 : .
St 86 3
Description of Property E 17D ft of S To All Creditors and Persons Having :; I PTS
142 ft ot Lot 0 Grove Park PB A Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: 'I I ii With This Coupon and Purchase of i Ties THOROBLENDBREAD
.5 You and each of you are hereby noti
I ig Sealtest 2 lb. ,i
Name tt which assessed J. T. & Rebecca led and required to present any claims ctn.
I and demands which you. or either of you. 'n
All of Gaddy.said property being in the County may have against the estate of CharlesA. : Cottage Cheese ...... 59c Ji:
i of Alachua. State of Florida. ,Demaree also known as C. A. Dema- I :8 JAX 5-23-64 I Special! FiresideI Special! Supr Right Luncheor
ree deceased late of said County to
i Unless such certificate or certificates I CoupOn: Good Through Saturday May 23 .
of Alachua
County Judge County.
shall be redeemed according to law the Bars Meat 21-2 69c
property described in such certificateor Florida. at his office In the court house'' :"! : Fig 2 lb. Pkg. 35c oz. cans
of said i County at Gainesville Florida'
certificates bidder at the will court be sold house to the door highest on within, six calendar months from the time I .:___resasTP_______.-_____:_:_Hf___ __.JeII1________ Special! ACrP I-Ot 14-oz. Cans
of the first of this notice. Each Jane Porker Lemon Orange Chiffon
publication I or
In Month
the first Monday of June. --------------------------------- PineappleCake 14-0 .
claim( or demand shall be in writing r= 2 %
164. which Is the first day of June ; 31CLoaves
and shall state the place of residence and I -.ru .
M.Dated this 5th day of May, 1964. post office address of the claimant and 'I 'j i lb. 2 oz. Ring 45c Juice 3 for $1.00
J. B. CARMICHAELClerk shall be sworn to by the claimant his' "
i agent, his attorney and any such claim PIAID
of Circuit Courtof or demand not so filed shall be void. I SO ; Special Jane Parker Cherry Special'! Ann Page Cream of Mushroom
Alachua County Florida MARY DEMAREE i ii "NO HOLES"
(3323) 5:6. 13. 20. 27 I STAMPS Hi
As administratrix of the Estate of
f Notice .f Application for Tax Deed Charles A. Demaree also known as I !lw : Pie. 1 lb., 8 oz. Each 45c SOUP 2 10-/2 oz. Cons 29c
Sec. 14,it. F.S. C. A. Demaree deceased ; 5 With This Coupon and Purchase .
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that First Publication May 13. 1964 I :la. Poss. Beef and Chicken Brunswick 4f1:
I URIAH GILL the holder of the following (3343)) 5:13, 20. 27; 6:3 .
certificates has filed said certificates IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA I ;: Stew 1 1-lb. 8-oz. Can 61 c : Special JANE PARKER DELICIOUS
for a tax deed to be Issues there- ,
JAX. 52364Coupon
The certificate numbers and
en. years
of Issuance. the description of the property Good Through Saturday, May 23 I :
and the names In which It was CHANCERY LINDA RUSH !.. i Mb.I PREMIUM SALTINES . . Mb. Box 29c
assessed are as follows: Plaintiff l I IL Ken-L-Treats . . . Mb. 8-oz. Pkg. 43c
No. 469
Year Certificate of Issuance 1960. GARY-"'- RUSH. i _____-____ ------. ---- ____J Peach Pie 8-oz. 3 9 Birdseye Frozen
Description of Property Lot 9 Bk. 2 Defendant I Each !SMALL ONIONS W/CREAM SAUCE 8 Pkg. 39c

Range Pecan 22 Heights E. Sec. 27. Twp. 10 S. GARY NOTICE RUSH TO APPEARTO _.____ .________------, ArmstrOng oz.
All Name of said In which property assessed beinq In Ella the Rhode.County *17 East Second Street :r ,. fiiiii. i: 'ONE STEP" FLOOR CARE . Qt. Can $1.19

Unless of Alachua such certificate State of Florida.or certificatesshall YOU Llmberton ARE HEREBY North Carolina NOTIFIED that a 1 I IF.! ;i White House Evaporated Chicken of the Sea
be redeemed according to law Complaint for Divorce has been filed I! &b'G-.is1. LIGHT MEAT CHUNK TUNA 6Vi oz. Can 3/$1.00
against you and you are required to
the property described In such certi- pleading I Ito Iii' i
serve a of or
Cite or certificates will be sold to the the Complaint copy your upon the Plaintiffs at.: ;.i a I 'TEA BAGS . . . . 16 for only 27c
bidder at the court house door "!
highest torneys. Reynolds Goldin & Jones P.O.
en the first Monday In Month of June, IM With This Coupon and Purchase of i Lipton
164. which Is the 1st day of June. the Box original 468 Gainesville answer or Florida pleading and In file's the :I I;5J Ann Page Coarse Ground Black 6 Pk. 77 C I iNSTANT TEA . . . . 11/z oz. Jar. 44c
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court I Ii Lipton
194.Dated this of 1964.J. I Milk '
5th day May
B. CARMICHAELClerk of fore Alachua June 20.County 1964 If Florida.you fail on to or do be-I ;P" Pepper 112-oz.-Bot.29c- : I c-* I LOOSE TEA . . . . % lb. Pkg. 45cOnly
of Circuit Court of !
judgment by default will be ; JAX. snipB < :
Alachua County. Florida against you for the relief demanded In Ithe i.I Coupon Good Through Saturday. May 23 1 '
(3324) 5:6. 13. 20. 27 Bill Save Plait/'Stamps
I of Complaint.
DONE and ORDERED at Gainesville.I tj DOLE HAWAIIAN SLICED -2 f
...... .. .... Alachua May. 1964 County, Florida this 4th day ot I I ;;! a al4tara16se Special ; :1 Faster,

i 5% r.W k.1 {r MF J. B.Circuit CARMICHAELClerk Court of Alachua r THE OEAT ATLANTIC & PACIfIC 7A COMPANY./ :.

i cnfiic a k, :" County.: EMILY FloridaBY WATERHOUSE 1 = 4-oz.
Deputy Clerk rr; :;D :: Pineapple
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.. Attorney for Plaintiff u'
I' 214 NW ;3.th. Post Gainesville.Office Box Florida 468 i :E With This Coupon and Purchase of 1 -
Also hi Ocala (3326) 5:6, 13. 20. 27 ;i-" Uncle Bens 6-oz. pks. PJj i Special PACIFIC EARLY JUNE Prices In this Advertisement are good through Saturday. May 23.

I :jSQ Spanish Rice .... 39c Ii Ie '

I ;: .. Coupon Good Through JAX. S-23-44 Saturday, ,May 23 Ii;I Ctil 601 S.W. 2nd Ave.
i : Small Peas 2 1 -Ib. 3.9 Close Mon. thru Wed., 7 p.m.

I !! # !! J: Can Close Tfiurs. & Fri., 8 p.m.

Close Sat. 7 p.m.


\ l Ivory Soap Ivory Snow Ivory Liquid Oxydol Duz

12-oz. I-pt. 6-oz. J-Ib.. 4-oz. 3-lb..1 -oz. I-lb. 7-oz. 2-lb.. 14-oz.

,t/ Unjversitv Inn 4 for 29c 2-lb. pkg. 83c 35c 65c 351 c: 81cVEGETABLE 2-lb., 7-oz. pkg. 81" 41 Pkg.c 79c Pkg.


Inl Span Mr. Clean Crisco Hawaiin Punch Frozen Drinks Biscuits

15 GZ. Size 32-oz. Size

PHILADELPHIA ORCHESTRAEugene 1-lb. pkg. 33c 41 c 71 c 3-lb. can 79c I-qt., 14-oz. can 39c 2 6-oz. cons 23c 6 8-oz. cons 49c


Wednesday May 20 Zest Soap Dreft Joy Tide Cheer Dash

1-1b.. 2-0z. 2-Ibs.. 12-oz. 12-oz. J-Pt... 6-oz. 1-Ib. 4-oz. 3-1b.. l-oz.
I-Ib..6-oz. 3-lb.. 6-oz.

: 8:15 P.M. 2 for 43c 3FkSc 3c 35c 65c 331: i9c' Pkg. 35c Pkg. 81 c 1-lb., 8V2-0Z. pkg. 39c

All Seats $2.06 tax incl. CLEANSER LIQUID DETERGEN r for dishes BLUE BONNET WHIPPED I l Ocean Spray Cranberry Juice SUNNYFIELDP3CIN

I Mail orders taken. Send checks to Comet Thrill Margarine I Cranberry Sauce Cocktail FI our

Lyceum Council, University of Florida. "
14-oz. I-lb., 51 oz. 12-oz. I-Pt., 6-oz. Perfect with Pork Always Serve Welt Chilled ,

Tickets will be held at the door. I 17c 25c 35C" 65c 'I-lb. ctn. 33c I-lb. can 27 C "pint bottle 31 C S-Ib. bog 39c

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: 1 THAT LITTLE ANDSHHS60IN6TOSES ryE 60T 10 5140)1[ HER! I''E yruf.

What's problem For a genYou' -
your THE 6AItt_.
eral rep'I, write to Abby. Box 3365. !, I cJ f1i T
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Lady Beverly Hills. Calif.. 90212. and
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.I include self-addressed stamped en 1r. I s.It
aa. wi. (k
s velope. Abby answers all mail. .'." Ii kt't't'SOBFDURYlFtRS 77
Abigail Van. Bur en Jl t'i'
y ..mot ,rWE'LL -==== -

DEAR ABBY: Could you please tell me if I did wrong? My try to convince her to take her boy 'to a doctor and to heed ??-rrsVE ALLSLOBBO f1ADELICihU511 THEN THERE is SOMETHING IN

son had a serious back operation last March. When he startedto his advice. X CHIRR IT5 IS DEUSWJiS-DRENCHED SLOBBOV1A TO ITSELF SELL.V5LOBBOVIA //

feel a little better I brought a large stuffed rabbit (about I STUDIED SELLINGS A OPP.1HARVARD / IN KICKAP00cSCNJIJICE ,

22 inches tall) to the hospital thinking it would cheer him up DEAR ABBY: I laughed when I read the letter from the /.' BUT HAVE A tS

as it was during the Easter season. The rabbit did not look woman whose child didn't look anything like her or her hus- THERE'S NOTHING IN ) SLICE 1r

childish in my opinion.. My son is 44 years old. He was band, which was a constant source of embarrassment to her. ,.,. SELL SLOBBOVIA", TO -< ROOF.V / aF
embarrassed and insisted I take the rabbit home. Do. you I went through the same thing, many years ago. My hair ,... r

think this was a babyish gift or not? was mousy brown and as straight as a poker. My husband's I i 7's _
LE MARS was dark brown what there was of it. Our son had a head #*- (
DEAR LE MARS: Stuffed animals are usually for young full of reddish-gold curls. My oil man, who showed up every = y b

children. (Most 44-year-old men prefer live bunnies.) A postoperative now and then, had hair exactly the same color as my son's. < t4g. b t

patient is in no mood to split his stitches over an and he looked more like the boy's father than my own '

Easter rabbit, so don't hold your son's lack of enthusiasm husband. Some stories got back to me that were positively e'
against him. outrageous. I finally had to change oil companies to shut up r ( .' f # ,

the neighbors. rs.

DEAR ABBY: What do you think of a mother who would COURT STREET, S.C., IOWA -J."o. .
put a diaper on a nine-year-old boy and make him parade 1S7HARENNYTHING CAN DOTH'COOKIN SHORE-I'LL GITTH'STIRRIN'STICK

around the school yard for punishment for wetting his bed? DEAR ABBY: Is there anything wrong with my girlfriend ''MAW'S FEELIN' I CAN DOSNLFF/) ? BE PLUMB I AN'HIT TH'MASH

This lady must be cracked. .and me meeting two very nice clean boys from schoolin ;...c RIGHT PORELY PER ME TICKLED TO A LICK ORTWO

LIVES ACROSS THE STREET the movies? All we do is meet them inside and sit with TODAY.ELVINEV :'

DEAR LIVES: This woman is more than "cracked." She is them. We don't hold hands or anything like that. We are 15 EcIC- -

cruel and ignorant. Bed-wetting is a sympton of an emotion. and so are the boys.

al problem, and to humiliate a child for wetting the bed will IMPORTANT QUESTION

cure nothing and only compound the problem. I urge you to DEAR IMPORTANT: There is absolutely nothing wrong enTTj J

call on this neighbor (even if you know her slightly) and with it, IF you first get your mothers' approval. t.,

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Praying in SchoolWASHINGTON Q 0a r tote Pps.ZO dJ

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The Con- tion of church and state.We've him. ens imploring the Almighty 1 to I'M SURE DANE 15 NO HE'S 50 THE PART IN THAT SHOW IS SOMETHING-THERE HL'D HATE ME*--MOST
gressidnal hearings concerningthe "It worked once. He made my "hold that line." f4TrLRlY DI5APPOINTED DEPRE55ED i,I'M AFRAID WOULD-MAKE HIM HAT OF ALL!
"prayer in school" issue studied the question not regular tea c h er sick and the In a community recently, a -BUT ACTORS ARE OF.-.OF WHAT HE. THE WHOLE WORLD!

have been going on now for only from a Constitutional pointof substitute didn't ask for our test was given to see if prayer = INCLINED TO OVERDRAMATEETHING-?, MIGHT DO, MR5.5t CJ
several weeks and will probably view but from a practicalone papers." had any effect an the students. 'ck- DEEDtE! y WORTH!

continue right into the summer. and these are our findings. I Half the class used prayer and ll
A teacher told that she dis-
I i We found that school childrendo us the other half used another ::0i
Hundreds of witnesses have covered .the that the,
over years NI
not want to pray all the brand. It was discovered t hat
demanded to in front of children who the most in
testify prayed
time. They pray only when the the half that used prayer had
Celler's committee school those who did the i
Congressman were
spirit moves them. far less cavities and were happier
and there has been a great I least studying at home."I >c
than those who didn't pray.;
deal of passion at the hearings.It In discussing prayer with find those students who But the main point we're trying : .
children, one student told us, "I. watch television the most are I < '
to make i that the l
seems to us that a compromise I $ pro- ai
only pray in school so I won'tget the same ones who are always t
people. want
should be found betweenthe prayer prayers ev-
hell at home. I calling for help from the Deity morning while the
forces who "want to put ery antiprayer -
God back in school" and those Another student said '1 always the next morning. people want no prayers at

who are defending the First i ask God to help me when, A young girl said, "I t h ink all in school No one has come HSAPBIK5...THE WITCH-DOCTOZ ACROSS YELi.OW CAN 5EE JCB THE ON ;. I con WILL CANYON SHOW, MY NOT PEOPLE 50 RD-IN AzE

Amendment of the Constitution I haven't done my homework.? kids should be allowed to pray up wit h "Selective Praying." ;; Cap { THE 5A1L5. IT HITS, THE RAMP...AND MYSELF IN THE COCTRINATEP '

which guarantees the sepera- "Does it work?" we asked before a test. Why not let children pray only] o .1 BOTH TCAAKD RED THE PATROLS 5OUNP.RUSH.. f\ ONLY ONE GUARD ,.% WITCH-DCSTD2 ROLE I THAT THE FAIL CLP6CPS TO

I Another young lady said, before tests, when report cards F2k5HT THEM/I

"There are no atheists when are due, and when promot ion Iii Ju l

BAKLR ADES report cards come out." time comes around? This is t 4., I
.BED DERIVE MILE Many students do not t h i nk when they need it the most. "

S A LuTEs ALEC much about God until their They're going to do it anyway I"I
ACROSS A TOM NEB A V E school is the ,
1.Chop. 28.Doveshelter playing big 'gameof and it's better to have tJ
4.Once YEW the year against an archri- them pray openly in class than +
around 29.Tightwad val. Then while the ball is on sneak into the locker room or
A p R o N A G O
Surge lang the two yard line and the oth- into the washroom for: a quick
GLAD 5 o N E E L K
11.Mean 31.Mushroom er team has four downs to score prayer where no one will see i
13.Word of 32.Feastedaffirmation in, all eyes go up to the heav- them. 4
33.Battle A T I P I R O N I N G -=
14.Curative 34. Edible S T 0 A V A C A T E .a15lJli'RE sr J
15.Istle fiber tubers TEND E L A T E
16.Through 35.Bullfight. Today In HistoryBy TI4E O IAPLAIN'is I NOT MAMV OFFJCS2S BUT NOT MANY
of ,
39.Weight DOWN 7.Candle THE ASSOCIATED I cqgM o
PRESS bandit Raisuli.In .
18.Frosts India _
1.Sandwich meat 8.Mimic Today is Wednesday May 20, 1932 Amelia Earhart flew '
Mangrove 40.Milkyvarl- f'
.22.judah's son ety of glass Twilight 3.Many 10.9.bib.plode the 141st day of 1954. Thereare from Newfoundland en route to I

23.Maxilla. 41.Name for 4.Tics country 225 days left in the year. Paris but landed in Ireland.. Li5 Li-:

24.Child's Athena 5.Edible 12.Mature Today's highlight in history: She was the first woman to fly < s 5 i
42.Study seaweed 17.Swine I'
26.game Ventilate 43.Vinegar 6.Fcndng 18.Kiwi On this date in 1972, CharlesA. alone across the Atlantic.In 1i
27.Cove worm dummy 19.Unfavo. Lindbergh! took off from 1942 the British Royal Air
(;:JEc I
able New York in his monoplane, Force bombed Mannheim, Ger ..aa

I Z 3/ + S o i 1 8 f 3- 20.Steep wilt "The Spirit of St. Louis" on many.In .

brine the first solo nonstop flight to s.:"
rt JJ 1943, the United States and
/I 21.Mirthful I
Britain ratified the treaty which
// 23.Cookie tJ; ; t
J+ IJ"t' abolished extraterritorial rights
container On this date
,I' 11W 25.Congeal In 1506 Christopher Clumbus in China. I
/ 27.Place to died hi poverty hi Spain. Ten years ago-A strike start-I

14 '' ZQ 11 zest In 1904, the warship "Brook ed May 7 against the Standard, :; XYE KMOWV BILL A LONG ) /WELLLET PUT IT THIS WW..IP j jf
lyn" was sent to Tangier to demand Company ASSISTANT ARENT XXI:: ?
U / 2J l+ l zoophyte *- FIRE YO! WITHOUT A KEASON.'Js f WHAT IT WAS
ended with the of
30.C earwig g the release of Jon Perdi- granting pay

[ir = j lJ / zarH' moth genus caris kidnaped by the Riffian raises. tt
31.Philippine Fivs years ago-An Air Force
ii o / i ike turboprop transport. crashed 1

32.Copper- Italy's Doctors into an Air Force barracks in
Jh j3
/ fields wife Japan, killing the pilot of the. <

1+ J 11 IJJJ' 33.35.Legume Dry Feel BetterROME plane and'nine men in the bar i4

s 6.Expire racks. :
I" 37.Smallest AP) -, Italy's health One year ago-The Supreme

4, I 2 Integer insurance plans and the 40,000 Court ruled that neither states I WAS HIS NEW ASSISTANT
t I I fjJj"J I I 38.Unit ofreluctance doctors who treat insured pa- nor cities had the power to in- QIg y .THIRTY.I WAS MINUTES RREP ABOUT AGO! __
Par time 22 mJn.AI'MN/Ir.O1 W. -z. tients have reached an agree- terfere with peaceful sit-in dem >

ment giving the doctors higher onstrations for racial integration. -

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BEAGLES for sale. partially train.ad .r'-
UNIQUE positions open now for ladies and some have shots. S20
easy way to increase your ; who quality for personallz I e d and $30. Good stock. Phone WANT-AD RATES 'II"

Family income is by selling ;" ::: :- tige services.Line Vivianne Cosmetics.Woodard personal Pres-in 2-5135. 5

Make a list then phone 372-8441 ; : terview- the privacy of your 33 LOTS FOR SALEBY I. PH. 372.8441 -
home. Call 376-1480 for appoint
things you aren't using with the Embarrassing ment. I forClassified I

Gainesville Sun Classified Ads. WANTED experienced booIlkHP e r. BEAUTIFUL wooded OWNER lot. 900- blockof 5 -

to Insurance experience desirable but N.W. 22nd Street. HIT X155'. .
place yourM.tr..aJ.ad. OnlyDEADLINES .
not Salary commensurate I
necessary. -
J = Nl'IU Burk (timed $1 billion to develop. with experience. Good working Also lot In Gwynn Oaks 200'x180' = -
with view and privilegesof
I conditions with congenial peop I e. Clear Lake. 376-5109. E !
of a combination of
Please send complete resume of
! By JOHN W. FINNEY experience to box 422-A c-o Beautiful 3 Acre Tract Entered bya st= =--

WASHINGTON After five and technical Gainesville Sun."SARAH 60 ft. Wide Private Drive. N.W. Tues. thru Frl. papers-S pm. Day before publication

I years of worrying about the naI -I appears likely that each COVENTRY"UNDER Section.. C. "CURLY"Out of City KUEHN Limits.E. .JR. 33 For For ads ads to to go go In In Sun.Mon.paper paper--12:00 1 pjn.a.m.Sat.Sat. s

.. tion's lack of rocket thrust in will be new management. Openingsfor 638 N. Main St. = =
., M.r-jl.S": I developed fashion directors. Part time or FR 6-2032 Broker FR 6-6544 : (Minimum ad 4 lines)

NOW! 3 LAFF HITS! i space, the Space Agency and the operational stage.) 372-7049.full time. For appointment. call LOTS -

Open 7:00-Show 7:30 [ Pentagon are coming to the embarrassing ADO TO THE FAMILY INCOME -

Set 2 Hits Late AI : realization that The question Near new V.A. HospitaL S Acres. ..... .. ... 34cllne
9:40 inde- .

t CARY GRANT 7:30 ':i pendently they are developing within the executive now branch ONLY your own a few business hours now.daily.We train Start Call MARY MOELLER REALTOR 1 3 6 1 Insertion Insertion Insertions ',...:....:j?..:.......j:.::. ij: ::::::::jjjj.:::::::: 22C 17c lint line I

CHARADE 'two super-booster rockets with you to become an Avon Repre- 1019 W. Unlv FR 6-4471 12 Insertions .. ... .. He line
Congress is whether both sentative. Call Mrs. Burns FR 2- 33: Total charge computed by multiplying total lines x rat. earn- g
:roughly the same weight lifting 0421. 34 Waterfront PropertyON : ed x number of insertions. .
ADVANCE TO I capability. ;ets are needed for heavy BOOKKEEPER SECRETARY experienced -
{ mature and pleasa n t = =
THE :load missions in the 1970's. increases dependent THE GULF
REAR individual. Frequent I
One is the 1.5 million-pound- upon ability. Apply in Cedar Key Shores S Five letter words per line I
GLENN FORD 9:40. : The that : person to Orkin ExterminatingCo. =
thrust Saturn I rocket being developed prospect a .. 52S ... Main Street. lr Other Properties "
Shirley Jones ( tion choice will be made 5 Same as 2 lines 51
S Gig Younq by the Nation Aero- BE A FASHION David AndrewsCedar 8 Pt. ordinary type x

A TICKLISH AFFAIR .nautics and Space Administration. -tween the two rockets was SHOW DIRECTORNO Key 3841 Sameas3llries

iitio The other is the Air 'ported delivering or collecting car 12 Pt. ordinary type
by space officials necessary. Call Connie Robbins.FR WINFRED H. CRAWFORDReg.
I Force's Titan III rocket 6-1968 after 6:30 p.m. Broker, specallzing In .
producing 4 lines
STARTS FRIDAY have stimulated intensive LAKE PROPERTIESACRE.. ,
t I some 2 million pounds of CASHIER good salary good AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose 18 Pt.ordinary type
in Wonder- I
hours. Apply
SEVEN FACESOF hind-the-scenes lobbying by person GR 5-2981.' E
take-off thrust. house Restaurant 14 SW 1st
DR. LAO" competing industrial St.. behind Sears. LAKE GENEVA. contemporary 3 !
bedroom, 2 bath, nearly new. .24 Same: *s 5 lines g
I (Each rocket is costing about r P t
Wood -
-- -- The industrial contractors, 12 Male Help Wanted paneling open beamed '. ordinary type
ceiling throughout. Roman

I ; . 65c ever, are not alone in bath. Large screened patio. == e=
One Full :; up I Work shop carport 2 acres.
I campaigning. Within the FOUND ARCHITECT or senior draftsman. white sandy beach. $32,500. Mel- = The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for more than one
. a5e
:; up permanent position salary open. rose. GR 5-5661. incorrect insertion nor will it be liable for any error In advertisement -
KC Sirloin; ; ernment both the Space female Puj> Box 790. Lake City. Fla. AIR CONDITIONED. to a greater extent than the cost of the space occupied -
I heat.
--jtLUNCH Street. Phone by the item to the advertisement. No adjustment will
and the
Pentagon furnished 2 bedroom
are completely be made that
5 on errors do not effect
materially the value of
f : MOOCOMM. house Cowpen Lake. 22 miles
HOUSE on the advertisement.The .
Steak $ up with proposals and white purse East of Gainesville. Price $8,800.

I UNIVERSITY ments to defend their glasses. & oth Terms. available. Phone FR 63672. 00 00
I no ques-
Gainesville Sun reserves the privilege of revising or re-
In some government or 376-0184. SWANKY: Large 2 tiled bath letting any advertisement which It deems objections and to :
& case. J. 'Year around Home' on Little 5 change the classification of
it has become increasingly 372-9795. SALESMEN in any area of local Santa Fe Lake. Commuting distance 5 oered t.. conform to the! policy any of the paper. from that or. eIIIIIIIIUIIJIIIII'IB1IIIIIIIIIII1U1JJJ1mllllllllllllllll
area. to sell finished block homeson
; 1st Fed. Mtg. $15,000. As-
parent that both rockets owners lot. Straight 20 year sume & own for 3600.00 cash
FIRST AGAIN WITH FINNEY SERVICE payout. If experienced. see Mr. down! '
ably were not needed to McMurtry. Tampa Builders. a 11 I / / ------ !! !!!! lllfllllllllllllllmtII1IfIIITii--

the relatively limited day Monday May 25. at Holiday UNUSUAL: a nicely fur n Ish ed
I Special at Inn, Route 441 Sol Gaines- home on COWPEN Lake wit h 35 Houses for Sol 35 Houses for Sal
I heavy scientific payloads SchooL or elderly.FR vllle. amazing opportunity for development

f ned for the next decade. of Fla. COUNTER MAN for cafeteria line because of 'King Size'frontage. FOR SALE by owner modern 3
880000. Good Terms. $14,77i up ON YOUR LOT. Open
and soda fountain. College
"TOM JONES" LATEST! Apply bedroom house in Carol Estates.
Sundays. 1 to
ASKI 6 Designed
HIS leaving early this year as Inn. Ins W. Univ. Ave. No phone ARCH CAMPBELL REALTORPh. Furnished or unfurnished. As- & engineered by p.m.U. S.-

President's science adviser. calls please. 376-5707 ANYTIME. sume 61 loan or refinance. Best Steel Corp.. Homes Division. 2100
1 3- 5.. 7-9 p.m. OUT MEN to train as route salesmen. offer. Call 376-8414. sq. ft. 3 BR, 2 bath. air cond-
Jerome B. Wiesner, for carry. Grocer Guaranteed salary while training.All BEAUTIFUL lot on the Suwannee brick veneer. 2 car garage. 1801
River at Rock Bluff. Call 376- 3 BR 2 bath. house for sale. Total -
Thru tackle benefits. Paid vacations NW 36th Dr. Alachua
1 1 1SAT. etc. company Homes
1i 1ikNf:1TjzJ1pr1 ample, tried Creek Trad- insurances. Apply in per 6160. cost $11,500. Call FR 2-6936. Inc. Call Frank Thomas FR *.

;1IT' 1 kill one or the other 481-2697. son to Borden's Dairy 2420 NE CBS HOME. 3 BR 2 bath. LR. DR. 6690.
19th Dr. Gainesville. $400 DOWNAssume
like large Fla. room & util. Rm. on
the Titan a new
preferably LITTLEWOOD
Automatic DRAFTSMAN. full time permanent extra large lot. Keystone Lake. Loan at $96 per mo. for my
that does ev position. Experience in civil engineering 2 blocks to business dist. closeto 3 bedroom, 2 Bath Fla. Room 4 BR 3 bath 2050 sq. ft. living
I >Ji The Space Agency and like some- drafting required. 5 day school churches. Total price Home. By Owner. 1937 N.E. 7th area. central heat, built-in kit.
of $6.00 week. 2 wk. paid vacation. Group 21000. terms. By owner phone Terrace after 5 P.M. 1 blk. from Westwood Jr. High
( Pentagon were able to Ph. 372- life & hospitalization avail. For 473-4386. 2 blks. from Littlewood elem.

immediate choice on the appt. call FR 2-2591. FOR SALE OH MOM family school. Ideal and for elderly Ig. family persons.or

f that both rockets I WANTED experienced GM trained Fine home at St. Augustine You'll love this 3 bedroom 2 bath Priced for Immed. sale. 344
were & Hat Shop mechanic. Start work immediately. Beach. 155 feet of ocean frontage beauty at top Northeast location. N.W. 13th Ave. 372-2893.
for manned space flights in close May 15th Must own tools. Salary guar. and 300 feet deep. Large living Terrazzo floors G.E. built in
all re p air anteed. Gateway Chevrolet Inc* room dining room with 20 x 18 oven and range. Newly redecor PROF. Moving. Sacrifice price. 3
latter part of this decade Starke Fla. 9643900.EXPERIENCED front glassed-in Florida room extending ated. $15,500. $600 down. FHA. Br. 2 bath wooded lot 140 x 210.

Saturn as a test vehicle for I have a appliance serviceman. facing the from ocean.the living 3 large room bedrooms and- Pay only $101 per month includ- 20th Faculty St. neighborhood. 3436 S. W,
automatic work. Give qual ing taxes and Insurance.
each with full baths.
Apollo lunar program and Machine that ifications. Write box 423-A c-o EDWARDS BY
Servants quarters downstairs. For HUGH OWNER. Mason Manor. 3 BR.
Titan III for launching first We would like Gainesville Sun.DISHWASHER further information contact the- 2 bath. ceo. heat built-in kit..
payments of apply in person VERLE A. POPE AGENCYP. INC.N.E. huge screen porch. paved dead
recently cancelled total price Wonderhouse Restaurant. 14 S.W. O. BOX 519 end street shaded tot, reason-
Ave. FR 6- St. Augustine. Florida 16th Ave. & 15th St. ably priced. FR 22378.
glider and now 1st Street behind Sears.
space 372-1551.
Ptfrne VA 9-9061
l SHOWTIME launching newly ? J 3-Help Male or Female Houses for Sale NEARLY new 4 BR home with bath Central heat central air
Manned Orbital 35 all luxury features within walking cond. Northwest. $19,000. Call
distance of new school. $31- 376-2927.
ORlOt IN THCATRlij (MOL) of the Air Force. PLACEMENT SERVICE 500. Easy tersm. 529 NW 58th
lI E1-- j Mt ones worm o 7:30 (Next. to Winn Office Professional FOR Sale or trade. New 4 BR. St. Phone 376-3569. FOR $91.27 per mo. you can qualify
Technical home located in Westmoreland for FHA 4 BR 2 bath home.
I WINNER 3 ACADEMY It now appears, however, College GraduatesFor Estates. On city sewers pavedSt 3 BR., 1 bath CCB home. Stove For appt. to see phone Arnold
AWARDS a choice be forced on Child Car appt. call 372-6377 2 Ig. bath Rms.. Ig. family refrigerator. air conditioner. Realty Co. 372-3522.
may 10-12:00 A.M. 2-4:00 P.M. Rm. & living Rm., dining area. Central heat. Drive by 2503 N.E. t
two agencies by Congress. Monday through Friday Central heat, built-in kitchen In- 10th Terr. then call 376-5890. 4 BR, 2 Bath home In N.E. Sec. i
TOT PERSONNEL CENTER cluding GE dishwasher. 2 courtyards tion. Den. screened porch air. j
Senate Space Committee, 102 NW 2nd Avenue walk to schools. close to SMALL DOWN PAYMENT 3 Br. conditioning central heat. Price
U of F & medical center FHA Fla. Rm.. large fenced yard in $16,900 $600 down pay. 2809 N.E.
1: PAUL NEWMAN ed by Sen. Clinton P. ; Exp. secretaries salary open 22700. Down payment 1700. beautiful Idylwild. Priced at $14- 10th St. Call 2-6455. I
D-N.M., has announced for yourself. Cashier-nostts attractive Immediate occupancy. Drive by 000.
6-7806. White houseKeeper. $25 wk. 1027 NW 40th Drive. Call Butter 3 BR Fla. Rm. Carol Estates .
will hold extensive 230.'i awaits Bookkeeper salary open Brothers 372-9545 dally 376-9048 NEAT and CLEAN Spacious 3 near schools. Pay low equity I
your Exp. Waltres, salary & comm. night. Br. Home in Excellent Condi- & assume VA loan with $77.94
..s'HUDI next month on at JACK Exp. mechanics tion on extra large lovely gar mo. payments. Ph. 376-0539. .
used SCHOOL. Store trainee. hi schl. grad. FHA House for sale NE sectionat den lot. Price only $11200.
rocket boosters
the. by educational Off. trainee hi schl. grad. appraisal value of $10,000. EXTRA VALUE air-conditioned i
"I .SAL-UJ{ .. Air Force and the Space : Mon.-FrL, Tree surgeon. foreman. $2 hr. $300 down payment. low monthly BYRDASSOCIATES BR home -Paneled Family I
.4.j DAN
FR 6-3900. Auto salesman Exp. payments. 3 BR. 1 bath, carport Room adjoining living din In g
.a-.11n1l ft1 wcc cy. home. Fenced Short order grill man large storage. Call after INC.Jack area for extra spaciousness electric .
rates. Good Insurance trainee $100 wk. 6:00 P.M. FR 6-4774. range and dishwasher. Assume -
372-3713. Route salesman. Levy Co. DeYot Realtor 4Vi per cent Gl mortgage.Will .
the smaller FOR only $450 down $91.27 per
1 Among
1I CONNELL EMPLOY. AGY. month payments you can qua- Associates consider financing balance.See .
I PANAVlSON4 gjni tna.wjjn a fair degree of KORT 120 SE 1st Ave. lify for 4 BR, 2 bath home. 1806 Walter Stoddard. Chris Stone this unusual buy at 2213 NE
&I um M .MCEMIP BJia BOKIBI'I! WHOM BIAS Phone 376-8234 NW 38th Terr. Will paint Inside Emmett Holloway 7th Ter. .
has been achieved, 2-6667 CASHIER needed for 10:00 A.M. & outside completely. For appt.to 825 N.W. 13th St. 372-2511 I
-2 BIG HITS-! is becoming recognized 2:00 P.M. daily and 8:00 AJM. see call 372-0481. Call Night or Day Investigate Now
5:00 P.M. Sundays. No exper- I bath LARGE WELL ESTABLISHED
SACRIFICE $2400 equity for $700 NE 2 yrs. old. 3 BR.
i c there are more \encf necessary FR'6-J525 cash. Total cost only 11427. C/H. screened porch, patio. GROCERY STORE. for sale with
rockets than are actually Modem 3 BR, m bath home. stove. refrig., d-washer $500 complete Inventory. Be your own
WANTED 14-Sales Help WantedOPPORTUNITY Near schools. Refrig.- elecv dn. $75 mo. FR 2-2774. boss and make a comfortab I e
ed for launching range air cond.. and drapes.No living. 11 miles from GainesvilleIn
MDA/AIl6EIALLMSBY home with excellently -
qualifying. 1432 NE 14th Ter. AN exciting space small town with business already 1-
the 300-to-2,500-pound()() KNOCKS! Phone 376-4068. built air conditioned. established. The price and
I You've read about fabulous Village 3 BR 2 Bath family room and terms are reasonable. Call us for
hour demon- Green. Now..help sell it! BY OWNER FINLEY AREA. 2 fireplace now being completedby full details.
I, A major purpose of the Studio Girl Excellent earning opportunity for Bedroom. separate dining room. Lloyd Myrtck Builder in
Part Time.
licensed Real Estate salesman. Large secluded screened porch. Wimberly Estates outside city
I mittee inquiry, therefore, 6. Allen Dorman sales manager. Fireplace. lovely yard. walking limits. N. W. 36th Terr. off EXTRA SPECIALJUST
J:1'r'fl.-H.Ii'1'i1It4 derson made clear in an Hugh Edwards. Inc. 372-1551 distance to University. FR 2- N. W. 39th Ave. Offered for $22.- LISTED. Your children can

'view will be to lay "a Open- 9757. 500. Phone 2-5689. walk to Littlewood and Westwood
I directors. Part 16 Work Wanted Female LIKE NEW 3 BR, 2 Bath. Lg. WHY PAY RENT? schools. New 3 bedroom 2 bath
basis" for deciding between For appoint- LR.. with fireplace. D.Rbuilt New homes. 9500. 3 bedroom tile on paved dead-end street. Built in
in kitchen enclosed patio. 2 bath $65 per month. Located on kitchen fireplace In family
Saturn I and the Titan time into STUDENT stenographers available car carport. central air-cond. S. E. 45th Terrace. Also some room 2 car closed garage. Central -
deliver. will work by the hour. Howell's and heating. Near schools. trade-Ins. Call FR 2-2372. Heat and Air Cond. Available
If for
routes. only economy or working Business College. 218 W. Univ. Priced to seU. 3505 N.W. 13th In June. Financing can be
THE ACADEMY AWARD WINNER sons, he suggested, it may own call Ave. Ph. 376-3507. Ave. Tel. 2-6795. 'WESTWOOD Walking distance LITTLEWOOD to schools. 3 for arranged at no cost to to you. Call
to WANT lob as practical nurse or BY OWNER. S.W. Area. 3 Bedroom B R. 2 baths home In Skyline see.
; /TBEST' J BEST DIRECTOR".TonyRichardson come necessary support companion. Call FR 6-6319. 2 bath home. central heat. Heights. Study hardwood floors
route or the other. business and hardwood floors. 2-car garage. built-in range & oven. Cent. ALACHUAREALTY
I ninTHDC""BESTSCREENPLAY--JohrOsbome 18 Schools & Instructions Lot 105 x 127. $800 down.$94 per heat. Shaded back yard. Call II
month. 126 S.W. 40th St. or call 376-0862.
jfr rib I Unt jJi"BEST MUSIC SCORE".johnAdd P.M., Monday. FR 22727. .
no other I BR, CB. city water lot 50 x 140" .
FFA Dance Real Estate Exam SWIM CLUB MEMBERSHIP paved street down payment $200
I N. E. 4 BR 2 bath Lg. L. R. kitchen and $50 monthly. Immed. occu- Associates
finishing lab. COURSE and screened porch. Air-condi pancy. Located near bus line and Member Multiple Listing
"BEST Lab 513'* ATTEND First lesson free. tioner near elem. & Junior High Stephen Foster School. 1114 NW Arie T. Smith Realtor
Here .Friday HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE!: VA loan. Down payment flexible. 39th Ave. See It and phone 376- Mabel Gore Associate
I to take full COLLEGE. 218 W. Univ. Ave 7170. 635 N.E. itt St. 376-2441 ,
office routines FR. 6-3507. 372-3727. .

The Gainesville High handling MEN & women 18 to 55 to train for

71'8 whole world lovesToujrones FFA Chapter will pay.. Good with work-ex Examinations.CIVIL SERVICE For Informationsend 3721854.FUN 1a IN THE

dance at the school gym girl responsibilities.or woman name address & Phone No. _

day night to raise money but must Key Training Service. 112 W.
Adams St., Jacksonville.
the chapter and the GHS Mr.know Sandefer some SPEEDWRITING Shorthand

: arship fund. W. Univ. Ave. TYPING > BOOKKEEPING
Jim Hirschfield, S-day 218 W. Univ. Ave. FR 63507PIANO .

of the event, said the good references. openings available for
) 6:00 P.M. Instruction. Adults or
would begin immediately cafeteria line children. Mrs. Burko, 372-9896._ SUNBOATS

1'Pi lowing the Purple and Apply College
\ football game. Ave. No phone 28 Livestock & Supplies NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA

\ Bill Marr, local disc WANT AN ECONOMICALL Y
.. '"
... ,
,i Production Dairy, part pulleted.
1 there will be special $2.50 hr. Ap-
i. Hotel Thomas. Ideally suited for feeding on WHO WOULD LIKE THE 76th 24" GRILLS
,ti1'2 by the FFA quartet. P.M. Thurs.. pasture. Special for May only. HUNTER Fiberglass Fishtgg 12' Plywood fishing boats. HOOD-SPiT AND MOTOR
t 4I '- positions FMX Gainesville or Alachua. Boat Introduced by FRANK $.c9.50 I $10.99
Phone FR 2-1095 or 4612105. PHILPOTT? GOOD YEAR
:1 ':- 'The Heart Of East Gainesville"Check
; : ENGLISH shepherd puppies. Good List of to
2-1791. Classifications choose
Ambush for watch, stock, and pets. FR
2-0033. Home of HUNTER Fiberglass from
Fishing Boats.
1.4 t fF
F i-we4; f SAIGON, South Viet shots ready to go. Shown week "Where Quality Sells Itself"" ONLY DEALER Skiing Swtmmlng-DIvIng.
days after 7 P.M.. all day Sat.
_,_j" M' (AP-An American i TIME and Sun. See Don Carney. 3501 20 NW. 14th Ave. JOHNSONSEA Fishing Equipment.
killed and an American FR 2-5011 or FR 6-6373
wounded in an ambush ; Pozin AKC registered Dachshund, 2 males Puppies and 2 Mon. Thru FrL 54 p.m. Sat. '-' Lone Star,Boats. Orlando Clipper
Boats. Ski supplies. Sailing rigs.BAIROS Golfing Equipment.
night while on 8 females have had shots. $50.
Phone 6-3800. 2923 N.E. 10th St.
trol 45 miles northwest of : NINE week old American shepherd 601 S. MA'N ST. Tennis Equipment.

gon near the Cambodian pups. well marked, registered Baseball Equipment.
/ male and female. $35.
Phone 6-3470. Ads SWIMMING POOLS Where to Fish.
Sun Want
The officer, a member
441 FLUFFY kittens need a good
&nw/usut/ U S. Army Special Forces ; home. They're black: and white BE"CAREFREE Plus many many more.
: and part Persian. 6 wks. old.
flown to a hospital in We are giving them away. Call

and was reported in good 2-3757. Get Results EnloY Master a I clean Pool and Service healthy Inc.pool. ADVERTISE IN THE

: EASTMANCOLDB/i UWTH UmTS-UftH tRust JREE! 2 kittens. Call 376- Supplies .. Monthly cleaning
tion.The 5350. FR 2-5363 6-0060 2-3171 SERVICE DIRECTORY
J death of the Special workmanship DACHSHUND puppy. Red Female.
weeks old. All shots. $40. -------- -
rI FEATURES es enlisted man brought :/ Phone Kingsley Lake 533-2493.

TODAY .. 120357.6:34-9:11 the in combat numer in of Americans Viet Nam SIAMESE sealpomt.KITTENS SIAMESE I mother weeks cat.old. MR. MERCHANT: To place your ad in the

I 13th St. 2 yrs. old. Phone 376-8996. I

I late 1961. The total of pie* KB and 2 MALE Beagles 1 yr. & 2V Fun in the Sun section PHONE 372-8441

deaths since then number mo.1076. old. All shots. Call FR 6-











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35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sol 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sale


tion 3 bedroom. 2 tile baths 3 bedrooms and 2 baths. central house, 1806 NW 38th Terr. Only 4 BR, 2 bath Ig. living rm., KUEHN, JR.
built-in appliances double and S9127 per month. Phone Arnold Fla. Rm.. & screened Homes. Lots. Business
THE TIME IS NOW carport heat screened porch large porch. Income Cooperative apartments to
paved street. connected to landscaped Realty. FR 2-3522 for appt. Elect. kitchen cent. heat &
Only $100 down N.W. New 3 family room beautifully air and Lake Property. be built In Gainesville. For
sewer. Small down payment. back fenced. cond. Many extras including Farms
with yard and Acreage. information call FR 6-2921
BR. 1 and 2 Bath Homes. Immediate YOU will like the colors In this
Days phone 3723826. After 6 occupancy. All city services near schools and shopping $15.000 3 BR. 1 bath home. If youdon't. swim club membership. NE sec 8:. C. "CURLY KUEHN. Jr. orrite:
P.M. 376A11t.PARRISH 611 N. W. 34th Drive. Call any tion. Reasonable down payment. 633 N. MAIN ST.
3 blks. to elementary and owner will change 'em. Best P. O. Box 13956
time $123 per mo. Call FR 2-5953 FR C-2032 Broker FR C-6544
lunior high schools. Price 12.250 buy at 15750. Fenced yard ww
Do including brick colonials. Ralph Realtor Call FR 2- evenings. Gainesville
You Have A Room ApartmentOr to SIS.aoo Carpets. and drapes.
Total monthly payments FOSSEYDick 3784 or see at 719 N.V/. 19th Lane. University Park
Located NW 39th St. RobinsonAssociatePh.
from $75.
Uth Place. Call .
House to Rent? NW. 13th and 376-1359 Apts.
2545 daily and 6-9048 nights. 11 W. University Ave. SERVICE DIRECTORY
In Shadow
See real dream living
Florida Since 1906"IN
BUTLER BROS. "Selling .
Homes Lawn Estates. Models Open.F.
Quality D. Oliver. BIdr.
CITRA. Two 2 BR homes
REMEMBER-A rental COSTS NEW LISTING Here is a perfect FREDARNOLD for sale. $2500 each or we Ph. FR 2-0$"
vacancy home beautiful and spaciousfor will move houses. $150 down West 0. NW 37th Ave. past r
gracious living. located in a and $50 monthly. Call Mrs.James WEST VILLA the Glen Springs intersec $
YOU MORE than the ad that will rentit choice westside location this 4 L Bowdin, Newberry. tion. Sea sign en left. '
bedroom 3 bath home with swim- Fla. 4722258. 16th Are.
N.W. ---- -
ming pool and lovely patio. liv- 1;: :
I ing room with fireplace, separate
dining room, large family room. McCOY'S & 37th St. "
carpets and drapes included. REALTOR
loads of storage space central Macoma Homes HOME ksliths l ?
Here's what your Vacancy COSTS YOU heat and air conditioning. V


EVERY DAY until it is rented : Relax and enjoy life and your Sale very attractive 3- M
family in this 3 bedroom, 2 bath 13th Place bedroom bath home. 4617E. / .
home. Large living room, wall to University Ave.; walking : .
3 bedroom 2 bath residence. centrally CUt
I wall carpet. and brick fireplace. air-conditioned and heated. distance to Lake Forest Stubbs, Inc. GUIDEby i Olt0IIJe
IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS:: Separate dining room modern Enclosed patio. Large lot. beautiful Schools. Price 12500. $500
kitchen plus a lovely scree n e d trees. 15000. down and $79.50 per month.
patio on a large beautiful lot. Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoyJr. The James Co.
$40 per mo. . $1.33 per day Day FR 6-7290. nights FR5015o "We Trade Houses"SURE
GOOD BUY Owner leaving town SouthwestBeautiful Office corner N. Main

$50 per mo. ,. . $1.66 per day home.and must living sell.room.4 bedroom family, 2 room.bath brick home on Vi acre and- 23rd Blvd. yule The Inc.James. Builders Co. of of Gainles-Kings- : Village y &ten

built-in kitchen and scr e e n e d lot. Over 2.000 square feet in __ _m_ berry Homes for this area will
$55 per mo. . $1.83 per dayI porch central heat and cent r a I main house. 3 bedrooms. 2 baths be happy to answer any ques- M1 1
air conditioning. Priced to sell. separate dining room large famIly tions you might have concern- :;;;: i
roo m. Fireplace In liv In g ing home ownership. You mightbe 1j ]
$60 $2.00 room. Central -conditioning HOUSE HUNTING? of those people that 6 MODELS OPEN I:
per mo. . per day SUMMER COMFORT You must and heating. 24500. one but found :;i .
see this attractive 3 bedroom 2 now owns a home
that it Is now inadequate if H 1 Till Dark
bath Today
home located
in a
I $65 per mo. ,. . $2.16 per day northwest area with swimming $700 Downto CHECK THESE NORTHWEST this is the case a call to The I
could well
pool shuffle board court modern James Co. very
$70 per mo. . $2.33 per day built-in kitchen. family room central qualified FHA Buyer. 3 bed- solve your problems. By this :... ...:
2 baths large living room 268 i
heat and air conditioning. rooms. HOMES TODAY we mean trading in your present 2itn2YoM
with fireplace den. and modem home. M *

$75 per mo. . $2.50 per day UNDER 10000. New 3 bedroom kitchen with dishwasher. Full tt:
homes built under FHA specifications price 17000. $107 per month Including There are a number of questions -
taxes and insurance. FHA & VA that we can answer con- I ;HUGH EDWARDS INC.I
$80 per mo. ., . $2.66 per day buyers and with available FHA financing.to qualif led No cerning trading. We feel that !

closing costs and no city taxes. $21,500Excellent by talking with us you can I 2837 N.E.lSthStreetkL
$85 per mo. . $2.83 per day Phone for further details. $15,400Three pick a suitable floor plan and !
3 bedroom. 2 bath homein exterior design that will suit
WESTSIDE. New residential subdi- Littlewood Westwood school your needs. from our many ( Phone 372-1551 jj
$90 per mo. . $3.00 per day vision opening soon. Located on area. Carpets and drapes are Included bedroom, two bath colonial model. All brick, plans that we keep on hand.

$3.16 down Newberry 5 years Road.on balance.Just $500.00 Lawn .and Charming landscaping screened are porch.exquI- front corner lot, paved street all! city services, walkto A get call all to the the facts James about Co. will any 1.1: @&'t ;i'l$:& _:E. 1B.f 1

$95 per mo. ., . per day site. 1029 N.W. 36th Drive. elementary and Junior High schools. Only $550 type financing, any questionsyou .

M. M. ParrishAND down only $94.53 per month complete. These homesare might have without any --- -

$100 per mo. . $3.33 per day ASSOCIATES. INC. Lakefront new; and almost ready for occupancy. obligations on your part.

MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTINGH. 90 Acres on sparkling, springfedlake We have lots available Inmost :
Wayne Hill Helen Graham with sand bottom. $ O.OOO. :29 any section of town for
Carolyn Gardenhire Mary Parrish pet. down with terms. you to choose from. YOU
CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR NE First St. TeL 372-5375 $13,500Three
119. ARNOLDRealty Jimmy Womeldurf and Gene
Paramore have over 30 years

SUN RENTAL WANT ADS FORDYCEREALTOR Company bedroom one bath model with double access combined construction experience of homes. By in careful the

Multiple Listing Member to master bath. Stunning exterior elevation, lOOx supervision by Jim and CAN
1219 W. Univ. Ave. 372-3522 Gene, it will enable as the BUYA
D Associates: Pete Sieg 100 foot lot. Lots of windows. Only $450 down FHA. homeowner to get more you home :
Jane Caldwell F. W. Hodge Monthly payments only $81.00 per month. for your money and certainly
Jim Sheppard Charlie Mayo makes The James construction tI
Bob Kalkman Jimmy Greene
to be beyond compare.By .
35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Salt Play It CoolSoak $15,000Three 3-Bedroom ;
up the sun this summer and M building primarily the ,
be cool about it in this home witha Kingsberry home we feel we
HOUSE and 6 lots in Lake Shore 1200
Sherwood model.
Homesites. Price 12500. For in- 2 BR Home. corner lot. West Park marvelous swimming pool. 3 attractive bedroom, two bath have a great advantage and
formation call 372-2840. area. Reasonable payments ideal bedrooms 2 tile baths. El- square feet of modern living space. Only $100 down great opportunity for you as Bath Home With
for young couple. Available by egant living room. family room PRICE REDUCEDLike VA or $450 FHA. Monthly payments of approximately the purchaser to pick design
June 1st. See at 1031 N.W. 55th with fireplace separate din I n g and floor plans that are created -
SPACIOUS"Over Ter. room. kitchen with breakfast area. new near shopping 3 br 2 $91.00 per unit complete. by some of the country's built-in gas or electricoven
Contact FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES, bath Cent heat. Cent air, modern leading architects.
2900 Sq. Feet living area In 3 BR, family rm. home. Treed INC., 376-1236. kitchen ornamental fenced patio.
this unique home. 2 king size lot. Littlewood Westwood dist. Call today. Call MARY MOEL- $12,250Our If you desire complete information and range for as
BR's. 1 smaller BR, Co. and
Huge living Top shape. Avail. Aug. $15,100. LER call The James
room large Fla. famIly Quiet LivingJust will to come to
room. big we be happy
Satisfactory financing. 527 NW 35th
room builtin elec. kitchen. Also St. Ph. 376-0417. outside the city limits away ANGLEWOODAprx best buy at a popular price. Three bedroomone your home and spend any little as $86.03 per mo.
extra kitchen with stove. different at $400 amount of time necessary to
from all the hubbub this 5 bed- bath home new and distinctively
Re,.. & washer-dryer. 2 tile baths. i 2000 sq ft of gracious living explain The James Co. systemof
home situated
room 5 of
3 A-C units. HW & tile floors. MCKINNEYGREEN beautiful rolling land.on Living acres room space, 3 br 2 baths. Fla room. down FHA. 100x100 lot with trees, $74,00 a month home ownership.We (including ins. and taxes)
Some of the most gorgeous pan- with fireplace and a charmin g for Cent heat awning windows dbl total payments. Newly clean and ready for a family.All t
elling you've ever seen. Open mal dining room. Contact FOR garage, Ig corner lot. See MARY city services, walk to elementary and Junior High can secure FHA, VA and
beam ceiling. You'll have to DYCE & ASSOCIATES. INC. 376- MOELLER schools.All several different types of con- after minimum FHA down.
see to believe such exists. Can DEATONREALTORS 1236. ventional financing.Let ,
be used as two large Apt*. So of these homes are located on N.W. 39th Street
convenient to town. All this and NEAR N.W. 13th and 14th Place and are readily acces- us mention a few of .
more for $17.700. Excellent terms. Stop medical VA and the Homes that are either un-
GAINESVILLECharming sible to downtown center Hospital der construction or in the NOTHING DOWN V.A. i'
J. J.
An Investment
FinleyIf now will mean Income nearby shopping center.
later. This small home with spacious. 4 br 2 story planning stage.4Bedroom.
I UNIVERSITYREALTY you have a large family and apartment Is the perfect way to house, partly furnished, entry ($100 Closing Costs) .
want of this nice 3 full tile baths
plenty room. Invest your money. Excellent fi i- hall Ig living room dining room, WHY PAY RENT?
home will serve well 4 B. with 2300 Sq. Ft. living
you nancing. Located in the downtownarea. kitchen. large landscaped yard. over
R. 2 bath- Fla. Room-Central Lake view. Melrose Fla. Call area. You must see this hometo
Heat Ideally located within 3 .Call INC..FORDYCE 376-1236. & ASSOCIATES MARY MOELLER Sales Office N.W. 39th Ter. in Palm View appreciate it. We will tradeon It has all these features I
lBS N. Main St. Ph. 3724351W. blocks of the school Paved this one.3Bedroom.
M. Munroe. Realtor streets Beautiful shaded lot l
Asso. S. E. McLaughlin Frank This property is in excellent condition Go West- BUDGET HOME IV* bath with found in the most expensive
Roby. Roy McCann, T. C. Doug- Priced under 17,000 Can 3 br IVi baths partially furnished hardwood floors located on
las Jr.CENTRAL. be FHA financed with low down and you will find a gold mine of near schools & shopping, low Estates.BUTLER well shaded lot. Small down-
attractive features In this 3 bedroom -
payment Let us show payment. FHA.Construction Kirkpatrick & Pierson home
AIR CONDITIOING this fine property before you you 2 bath home. Separate din- 900.down payment low mo. pay $10- BROTHERSPhone :

FENCED REAR YARDA buy. Call FR 23617. Ing room spacious Florida Room. to start soon on
complete home: Wall-to-wall $21.800 Contact FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES 5 V. A. 3-4-Bedrooms homesin
carpets.. draperies.. central air Good ValueYou INC.. 376-1236. N.E. Gainesville. Call now Dwens-Cornlng fiberglass Insulation certified aluminum ""n-
MARY and make all color selections.All dows central heating optional central
conditioning. fenced rear yard.. aIr conditioning Idequate -
: FR 2-9545 daily: FR 6-0948 nights these will be brick veneer. wiring for all future needs
Quality Chambers gas oven. will find in this 3 B R. 1 bath FORDYCEAssociates modern cathedral beam ceilings -
range. and hood. Use of shallow- home in the Northwest area. We have 40 lots on 39th Ave. television wire built-In telephone outlets In master
well pump to keep lawn and Only $40000 down and $88 00. a MOELLERREAL -=---- 100x276. Pick a lot and house bedroom and kitchen spacious storage areas Wolmanlzed
shrubs In present luscious con- month Call FR 3617.. Inc.Real plan to suit you. pressure treated lumber foldaway closet doors full land-
dition. Vanitied laundry sink In scaping and spot sodded lawns paved streets. curbs. and
connecting utility room. Large Estate Exchangors Now under construction 3- gutters full concrete
LittlewoodHere driveways storm drainage city sewer
living room. separate dining Grace Multiple S. Fordyce.Listing Realtors Broker TOR Not Every Bedroom, 2 baths with 1453 age double stainless steel sinks gas or electric Tappan )
I room. Three large bedrooms. Is the house that will suit Dudley Goulden Associate Sq. Ft. floor area double car built In oven and range range hood with fan and filter -
Hugh Edwards. Inc. 3721551. your needs. It has the location- Harvey Benton, Associate 1019 W. Univ FR port on shaded 100x276' lot. Will safety edge Formica cabinet tops custom built-in cabinets I
right by the school. It has 3 B.R 6-4471 trade on this one. bathroom
926 W. Univ. 376-1236 Member of Multiple Listing Wall-Tex vinyl paper In kitchens and baths .
I SEE BEAUTIFUL 2 baths. Fla. room Kitchen con- _.. ..._..ou......._._....._....._......_.............._...._......_..__.............um.............._... tile and fixtures built-in vanities In all baths Moan Dial-
MALORE GARDENS priced right only $16.500 Can Real Estate Firm Can resident.restricted Swim Club and Community Center. :
I be FHA financed One yr. old- 1
I FOR THISOUTSTANDING Owners have left town and must COMPARETHESE II

I HOME fore sell. you You buy.should Call investigate FR 23617.be- HOME VALUES I Visit Our Model Today At I

i \ We offer for your Inspection this ASSOCIATESJ. Display This Seal I
fine new home. located in beautiful !- Fred Guy Jayne ButterworthCol. I BEFORE YOU BUY I Court Manor I
Malore Gardens. lot 20. 3 J. W. Davis R. J. Wiltshire :
miles south of Campus on Ocala Multiple Listing

fi I Hlway. NorwoodHope For More Information ,

t constructed Situated on of large Ocala wooded limestone tot. Redf ranksRealestate I SAVE! I Call

block. 3 BR & den. kit.. laundry I"H"
space. entrance porch and foyer TheJames ,
I large LR with fireplace, sep.
I dining rm-famlly rm combination 1IIIIIIIImlllllllDllllllhuhlllllUU9III11111R11111111! Inc.
large double carport with MODERN FLORIDA STYLE Co. .
I generous storage facilities. HOME The large living 1115 NW 40th Drys3Br.2Bath '-'
PLUS FEATURES room. dining area Flori d a -
We Trade Homesor I Of Gainesville Inc.
room & outdoor patio and
1. Near the new Gainesville
Country Club walled-In garden beyond the g We must sacrifice this Builder of Kingsberry 1 BUILDERS AND DEVELOPERSSales

2. Designed by local architect sliding glass wall literall y i --Our inventory is too Property I I1IIIIIIII Homes .
flow into each other. 3 large
3.4. Only Near a new few elementary minutes to school Med. bedrooms. 2 baths modern i much-We will take OFFICE PHONE Office NE 23rd Blvd. & 11th

Center and downtown builtin kitchen. CENTRALAIRCONOITIONEO i 3 $750 for our equity. IIIIIIJ1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIImmn1ll! 372-2527 Terr.
5. Loveliest lots In town are for the You assume $17,000 = NIGHTS & HOLIDAYS
located In Malore Gardens long hot summer ahead. If
you enjoy truly MODERN Approximate mortgage. The following are ready for 372-7401 Phone 372.3471
Call today for InformationFR FLORIDA LIVING you s Hurry to take advantageof occupancy. .
2-4625 or FR 2-8336 should call us now to see this.

WOODROW SEAY CLOSE this. ONLY 22000. 1115 NE 5th St. 3707 N.W. 21st PI. ...:.$.....<.:..: :.W...: ....:.Y... ......o/.v.<<.y..(::: ....' (.(..<,<:!_:& _( ...w..H.o"Y.oY.ww.: .. .<.<.<.x....(...<, << :( .._...
TO UNIVERSITY GOLF 4 BR. 2 bath $650 down. a ;; : ::: ;:- ; < ---- > 'lW .MrN..N..o'( ; IH.- .w..
BUILDERNEW COURSE & Campus. Cozy 3 Br.2 Bath $105 mo. ff \
3 bedroom 1 bath homen Our Loss Your Gain

oaks.$350 est DOWN led Only under 11.000 and spreading appx.with$70 a -Our be lowered inventory-- We must will 3 1442 BR. NE 1 bath.16th$350 PI. down. ; i1-) I II

per mo. SHOWN BY APPT. take $750 for our equi- S98 per mOo g Better
LISTINGSTHEIR ONLY. Call 4-0817. 'I HurryffJust
08 ty. You assume $13,600 3330 & 3320 I

JUST OUTSIDE CITY LIMITS g (Approx.) mortgage NW 30th Ave.
LOSS could be your gain. We now have several Hurry! We must sell 3 BR. 1 bath $500 dn $7950 3 :
See this excellent listing. Three homes listed which are lust now! per mOo ?
bedroom two bath centrally heat- outside the city limits I
ed and air conditioned house with where TAXES & UTILITIESARE 1IW flfl1Uflt3Imt8tmlII !
Florida Room and screened porch 4617 SE 1st PI.
LOWER but whereyou
overlooking a spacious landscaped can still enjoy all the FOR RENT 4518 & 4608 SE 2nd PI. g
garden. malor conveniences of city 3 B R. 1 bath $400 dn, $61 so Iffl I Homes M 1
living. Call us about these. l24SE7thSt.3BR,1 per mo. L :
$40000 DOWN and $80.00 per =a Bath =-
month will buy this three bed- BEFORE YOU BUY let us show 1 Year Lease $95 per Mo. 205 SE 38th St. g
room house with Florida Room. you this NEARLY NEW Bath $300 dru. $66 per mOo 37 f Ii
Range and refrigerator included. home with well established -
I _nmnnmmEmnmBThtm1WL }: J
yard. 3 large bedrooms.
303 SE 38th St.
2 bedroom masonry home and 334 2 glamorous baths. livi n groom When home this :
ACRES OF LAND ONLY IV* of entertainment s I ze Norwood 304 & 314 SE 39th St. you buy a M
miles from the city limits. 1. proportions. separate dining- 3 BR. 1 bath. $400 dn. $64 Leftin p
000 DOWNIt room. panelled F I lor Ida permfflllflniiummimnimiiwiisiiTitumiinumi. seal is best assuranceYou iii .;
room with old brick fir e- your I
t BLACK ACRES We have 2 lovely place. Oak strip fl o o r s. I Hope I
3 bedroom 2 bath masonry Central heat & AIRCONDI- won't pay too much. You won't waste days looking f I II'
homes In this desirable area. TIONING.
very Big modern kitchen 3236 NW 29th Ave.
CALL US FOR DETAILSI Including Disposal. "H" Inc. at the "wrong" real estate. You'll get accurate Pine Forest
3 2 ,
BR. bath $450 dn S9t 37 --a .. fj
Dishwasher. Built-in stove iii:: per mo. facts. You'll get skilled professional advice. You'llsee i if
ACREAGEWe h a v. several & oven Refrigerator & We I property that fits needs and pocketbook. You'll!
Trade Homesor your
and small tracts of and f
large Double
Washer. attached oaaltrewilki telkna
available. CALL US NOW garage room.with Convenient plenty of west.storage Property 3301 & 3311 receive Realtors:help-ready in finding to serve sources you. of financing. We are : fate&t community R I

side location. Asking LESS .wwun1mImnu-U.Ifflw-rIIr8ltlBlTh NW 30th Ave. See Gainesville Board of Realtors Speciol Section in :!__

John Merrill for THAN appointment 25500. to Call see.6X1617 Im ALL OUR HOMES ARE per 4 BR.mo.2 bath, $600 dn, $91 37 Sunday May 24th Special Section in the Gainesville Sun. I ty:fl<


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42 Farms & Acreage 45 Furnished Apts. 49 Rooms For Rent 66 Mie. Fo Solo 77 Mobile Homes for Sal.

( i I 85 Automobiles for Sale

Must SELL new CCB. 2 BR home.. NICE downstairs efficiency apt., NICE downstairs rooms, close .' SEWING MACHINE IT'S FOOLISH.t Value Rated
In. LaCrosse with 3 acres. Price close In. Utu. d antenna. Idea In, private off-street 196 Automatic Zig Zag. Looks I960 FORD. V-8, 2-door, WW. R &
E reduced $8,500. Good terms. for working man or woman. parking. 53] erance.2 P P FR sews like new. Makes .pay more. RECKLESS t ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE 462-1175. 531 SE 2nd PL 2-2582. stitches' with drop pay less. GET THE REALACS and tune
22LRGE fan I up Go .iti
1 la MemorUmS button holessews Payments as low as i 5875. Phone .
II Card of Thanks .1 Wanted to BIT I FARMS RANCHES ACREAGE EAST SIDE clean cool room access cas buttons, blind overcasts o $ month with $300 down, 37 B&G MOTOR CO.

w S Lost *. Feu4 t3 Machinery Took RURAL PROPERTIES & refrigerator. Ln raw hes.& mends. LAKE GENEVAMobile 196 RENAULT. 20 miles. $115
4 Personalized Serried 63 Building Materials & maid service weekly. ees. Cadillac Oldsmobile
ft Travel Information
I Special Notices M Antlqies Hwy. 441 Micanopy. Fla. VERY nice 63 Renault .. ..... ... $795
1 riorlsts 61 Mbc. For Sale Em Ph. 466-3120 large ro PULL upholstered swivel I960 Vouxhall. $359

m t Baby Sitter CnlU Caro C7 Trading Post $57 per month upGainesville's 6-2721 private or Mfrlnce. Call FR ; Mahogany cole BELIEVE IT 1962 For Galaxie ......... 1495.
Places T* Go And 68 Articles Wanted 43 Colored Property A5212. table with 2 leafs and 3 chairs Phone -3407 or FR 2-0245. r
i Thlns T. 8eoAUTOMOTIVE $9 Tnt Oil A. Woods i Finest COZY single room, front corner, $20. Call 372-7998. OR NOT GAINESVlllE-

';0 Boat. Marino E, Jp. Furnished or unfurnished window awning well furnished WINDOW fan $9; refrigerator $39; BEAUTIFUL white station wagon
= It. Camp Hunt Fllh E= HOMES FOR SALE Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart. gentleman only. 231 SE 2nd St., suitcase $1; adding machine $20. Save $600 10 x 46 2 BR fur 196 Plymouth. top AUTO SALES

73 Office EqoJpmeri 2 & 3 Bedrooms. SE 14th St. C, ment. 309 NE 9th St. Phone 376- near post office. tank type sweeper $7; nice bedroom nished. only $3195. $35040 don .1 around. Power steering r
?C SaiesEentalaT7
73 Musical Merchandise I SE 7th Ave. Some no down pay. 608. NICE suite $47; portable sewing $5409 per month. h, auto, trans. Will tradeequity 1007 N. Main St.
Mobile room also small 2-
Home for gala
ment. Some small down pay eiie. Over models to choose fro I for older 1955 or 26313 .
machine $15 FR
table Phone
';1 Trucks for Sal. beds, private th. ; ping pong 5 cr.
men:. Monthly payment $57 to I MALE Roommate wanted to share entrane. later car. Bal.
screened net etc. $14; crib mattress S3; TRAILER MARTHWY. approx s
I 79 Tracks Wanted $55 1 or 2
$65. Also homes built on apartment. Call FR 23748 eve pc M Northcentral FIOIId&sLargest
your gate table $34: big attic 372-561.
50 REAL ESTATE bachelors. FR le ;
Tractors Track Rentals FOR SALE I lot for down 2-m. .
no payment. nings. fan $ ; birds eye maple chest 17 PHONE 3231050SUNDAYS MUST SELL Pontiac Catalina 1963
Rentals Call TOMMY RIDGELL LARGE room for men twin beds, $29; youth bed $10 RFD box $1 1 TO 6
; ,
S3 Motorcycles *. Scooters 33 Lots for Sale Builder Phone FR 2-4122 STUDENTS 2 bedroom air-con- rent factory air-conditionipg power-
84 Automobile Repair 34 Waterfront Property g ditioned apartment available single or double. Showers. very nice sax a phone $22; lawn EAST PALATKA. FLORIDAOnly steering. power brake R & H Inpndent.Dealer
Call 416 N.E. mower $4 radio $5 utility cabinet -
es Automobiles 33 Houses For Sale June 1. Low summer rates. For 2-181. ; ; $2,500. Call 2-5.
for Sato 2nd Ave.LOVELY.
38 Cotta .. g 44 for Rent appointment to see. phone 372- $4; screen door $3; porto 3 left at CLOSEOUT PRICES; .
M For Cottages
I Swap CarsEDUCATIONAL Sale 02 mirrors linoleum, SAVE to $1400 1961 PEUGEOT 403, excellent condition -
37 Real Estate Exchanged 0431 anytime. 1 Ig. corner room in crib 1 $?99 or best
baby beds dishes.antiques BANK FINANCING ower.
14 Real Estate Wanted 02 STUDENTS apartment large adult home with db. bed. nice bs. offer. Call FR evenings.RED COOPER
& NEW 10'< wide mobile homes 2-595
89 o. FURNISHED. 1 BR coHag. all big desk with Close rmmae. -
t ( Town rrapertr enough for 5 to 7 students. Alr-
IS Schools *. lastractlo in. 1318 N.W. 7th Rd. Bargains gator*. Br.nts 53 Town 8. Country Trai.. Sales I960 Alpine, new paint
electric, tile shower,
19 Mo lie, Dvcelnt. 40 Basinets Properties good ventilation conditioned. 3 blks. from Cam __ 372.26. _8th Ave. 3860 S W. Archer 22290. wire wheels good lob A'TO TRIM
\ 41 located on Santa Fe coitio
Residential Income pus. Available Sept. 1. Phone CLEAN comfortable rooms ladiesor
I Wanted-InstrBctU* 45 Farms *. Acreage Lake. Phone FR 25458 or FR 2- 372-0481 anytime. gentlemen private entrance 4 size gas range in good condition 195 Model house trailer. 10 x 35'., Phone 376-7824 after 5 P. BOAT TOP & SEATS

41 Colored Property Rentals s 816?. and bath. Call $75. Call 376-8775 Bedroom, (4 can sleep). Pa KARMAN GHIA 15. Excellent MADE OR REPAIRED
.: EMPLOYMENT 43-1 Colored Property Salts LARGE modern clean, 1 bed- 6-3 as little I$200 doW payment i condition. Phone 2-6545 2720
"5 17 Work Wanted Male room aoart.. $75 per mOo Call NICE rooms for rent. 1607 N.W. CLEAN your rugs & upholstery with can be balance., S.W. Archer Road. Private Own 2031 NW 6th St.

1 H Work Wanted Femalo RENTALS 45 Furnished Apts. FR 25625. 12 Roa Phone FR 2-4972 o amazing Lustre Foam. Use our Total price $2175. Like new In er. 376-4661
applicator free. Calt Home
1 m 14 Sales Help Wanted I 63- Beu. side and Colored fixtures
1 BEDROOM garage apartment. fu Furniture 1703 N. o. : MUST 1962 Ford Falcon.
Trailer at
13 Help-Malo or Femalo 44 Cottage For Bent 50 FURNISHED Apartment tor rent furnished For rent at 309 S.E. NIELY furnished newly decorated mounted Gulf Service seen Brant SELL Fully equip
U colorful Station. i
Male Help Wanted 43 Furnished Apts. 50 with living Rm.. bedroom. tile 9th St. $50 month. FR 6-2441 or career Share b.t BEAUTFUL Call FR
5 DramaUo 6-2930 Mr. Haynes.I with one girl. lirl. By Al Pfieguer, North of High Springs on 441.. p. 1115 2-74.
4< Unfurnished Apt. 50 bath air-cond. 1, 2 bedroom
S 11 Femalo Help Wanted Miami, Fla. Only $16 The Tackle EXTRA clean' cars. $95 to $595. FOR THE
47 Houses fir Bent Faro. Apt. FR 2-9569. privileges. Phone TRAILER for sale with 10 COREC
50: BR trailer $65 per rro. No pets. 3762 Box 1490 Rd. x IS, 91 day 50-50 guarantee. No down
48 Ileuses for Bent Cn/urn. 50 Utilities turn. FR 2-5633.I NICELY furnished room. Maid cabana. Located In Glenw 0 TIME
payment, small weekly or monthly .
FARMS & LIVESTOCK 49 Room for Beat 50 FOR RENT 1 bedroom furnished service. Parking Reasonable SOLID Mahogany bedroom suite Trailer Park Lot 19. Price Jl
S fj St Form Equipment 50 Hotel Booms apartment. Clean and coot. 160( BR. 122614 N.W. 8th St., $65. spce. blond dining room suite. Maple 000. Call FR payments. H & H Motors.
rates. 210 Phone
1 ;:= 27 Feed *. FertilIzer '51 Mise. Rentals 02 month. Water furnished. Call 1 BR. 419 N.W. 2nd Ave.. $55. FR hutch, new Walnut table. Buffets 6. 1636 SE 3rd Ave. Phone 3723749.. FR 2-1411

1.ni Livestock *. Supplies S1A Wanted To Bent Ronnie Hayward, FR 2-4761 or EFF.. 419 NW. 2nd Ave., 45. 674SIA oval front china cabinet. Reupholstered 1961 all extras
t: >9 Landscaping Top Soil S! B.arder. Wanted 02== FR 6-6134.: 1 BR, 3505 NW. 17th St., $65. Lawson sofa, other 80 Tractors & Truck Rentals ; CONSUL Phone 372-07.excelet Courtesy Of
2 BR. 1010V4 W. Univ. Ave., $75. household items. NEARLY NU conditi S.
.. M Feu *. Supplies S3 Office Wanted To Rent
I Desk Space
ONE-1 BR turn apt, with privateent. 1964 4-door air-cond. CHEVY II Chevrolet
51 Livestock WantedFINANCIAL 84 E! McKINNEY-GREEN. INC. Furniture Shop. 324 N.W. 8th University
U Business BentaUSERVICE = Also a 2 BR apt with air Realtors FR 2-3617 Ave. FR RENT a truck one-way anywhere Nova. This car is one mthold N. Main St. at 16th Ave.
50 6WESTINGHOUSE In the USA. from United Rent- and Is being offered at
conditioner. Walking dist. FURN. 2 S
or 3 BR house or equally -
1 Alls 625 NW 8th Ave. FR
: town. Call FR 25514. washing machin 6-783. below lowest available Gaines
large apartment for Sept. 1.
'I : M Business OpportunItIes K Special Service 46 Unfurnished Apts.. Westinghouse stove. vile price. Call FR 6-9954 days
'J 87 Money to LoanS S3 Horn Improvement E g I FURNISHED Apt. for rent $55 per Cal Hundley Roger Hatten 3729128.376-9361 or Chrysler piece of lake front prop 83 Motorcycles 6 Scooters or 372-5032 evenings

S Montages 21 Radio *. TV Service is : mOo Water and lights furn. Call TWO bedroom duplex, kit. erty on Long Po. front for sale VOLKSWAGENMILLER
I JEEP station
J S* Moaer Wanted ZS Appliance *. Fnrultnr I FR 21823. or FR 23794. chen equipped. $85 per month. 10. depth 3. FR 6-4278 wagon
: I CRUISAIRE motor lust Call I
l- See at 4166 NW 6th St. 54 Business Rental 5:0 P.M 6$ or Lambretta 63. rebuit. 85281.
2 BR. furnished apartment. No
11n.1UIIIIWIIII..I11Inllll"nRl.lllllllnllnnl1l1l1? ? ? !! tfl!!III"tlJlnllll"III1IIIIIIInlllllllUll"III.lIIJllln"1ih! ,! !!! ......".. USED furniture. Single bed. $10. Mechanically excellent good 1960 RAMBLER deluxe six. 22,500
--- ""'IYi pets. 311 S.E. 8th St. Phone FR TWO bedroom apt. available Immediately transportation Call FR 28426or actual miles by original
Upholstered chair $8. Recliner oer.
6-8961. lower level of duplex Univ. ext.
35 Houses For Sole 35 Houses for Sale ; stove and refrig., situated AIR CONDITIONED chair $5. Phone FR 6-9631. 326 235. Needs minor body work, other
NICELY furnished convenient NEARLY ne modern office or SW. 12tn St.CLOSE. wise perfect. Reasonable. Movingto
about 3 blks. off campus. 1105 location 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS Call C. H.
downtown area. $75. Also garage 3 West Univ. Ave. Calif. & must sell.

3 blks. from Finley school. 3 BR. ARMY Officer transferred.. must apt. air conditioned. $90. Adults FR NW 6-5871.4th Ave. $80 per. mo. Phone Ph. FR Weseman Realty OU SALEOn Marlowe FR 2-13 after 5 P.M.

1 bath, dining rim. screened sell. 3 BR. 2 bath Fla. room. only, no pets. Inquire Lillian's 1113 N. Main St. 98c a Roll SPECIAL auto Au- -

porCh. garage. $16,600. 1735 NW In N. W. Near School. $15.500. Music Store. NEW 1 BR duplex apt., kitchen N.W. 13th St. Building to be con HARPER PAIN CO. tomotive re palntlllS.9. 87 Automobiles Wanter BROWN I

7th PL FR 28553.TEMPTING. Negotiate equity. FR 25043. CLEAN 4 room apartment. Closeto equipped. $60 per month on a structed. Space available for 10 S.W. 7th 372-4366 Miller & Sons. N.W. tneup.. AU..O..u"
lease. 73
I BUY 3 BEDROOM home. extra large shopping. 609 N.E. 6th St. years evenings.Ph. 316-83 days physician, dentist. lawyer pharmacy FOR SALE Carol Estates Swim Phone 372-0088. CARS WANTED 1950-54 Fords 1030 E. Univ. e'"u

2 Bedroom. 2 bath. kitchen built- rooms hardwood floors. N.E. sec Phone FR 2-1391. $65 per month. 376-7 beauty shop and barb Club Membership. New member- AIR CONDITIONING Tune up & Chevrolets. Al Herndon Serv- FR 2-3582

in family room. central heat and tion. Large shady lot. FR 6- 1 I BR, living room. large patio 2 Beroom. blocks 6 room from house in Mel- shop. If Interested Call ships costs $200, will sell mine Special $2-50 for performance ice Station 916 SE 4th St.
air conditioning. Fen ced back 5554. walk-In closets, large built In Beach. Call 475-4061 Melro OFFICE building for rent for real for $175. Phone 374-4911. test. Al makes and models.

yard. Outside city limits. Priced 2 BR. CCB. terrazzo floors tiled kitchen. Phone FR 2-3826. after 630. or 475165 estate, Insurance or related bus- EIGHT-piece set 2 Hawes Powers Motor Co., Air
dining ; single
reasonably. Located 3945 iness. 300 to 400 feet will Conditioning !
very Servicing Center. FAIRERBY
bath. furnished square
or unfurnished. NICE 1 BR furnished apt. Private Maple beds 2 with
NW. 36th Street. Phone FR 6- Small down payment with pay- bath & entrance. Hot & cold LARGE 2 BR ground floor apt. remodel to suit tennant. New and Whirlpool Ironer, large 204 N. Main St., Phone FR 2
2969. Stove refrig. & Venetian blinds clean, located near traffic artery, pads SM1
ments of $55 Cal
per mo. 6- water furnished. $50 per mo. Call 372-8259.
1524. furnished. 1018 SW 8th Ave. $75 with paved off-street parking.For .
ARCHER ROAD. 3'4 miles from Phone 2-9704 or 2-1995. I' per mo. Call 376-2641 or 6-293 Information call FR 2-07 THE best cost less. Heat water for 85 AUTOMOBILES for
Med. Center and new V. A. Hospital STUDENT sacrificing 2 bedroom UTILITIES FURNISHED, close. In. ask for Mr. Haynes. less with from Fuilgas SAL
3 BR. tile bath CCB CCB home. furnished. including GARAGE space tar rent, 613 S.W. Phlga
new Partly
2 rooms private bath off-street I Inc. FAR
2nd St. Call Merrill, 36-5392. _ CORVAIR Monza, '
home $10.900. Call FR 2-0844. appL and washing mach. parking. no pets. 15 SW 2nd PI. I 47 Houses for Rent Furn. Jo Real 63, eUip
It minutes from Univ.. few tor. FR 2-1A4- NEW clothes; for 11" fashion dolls with radio heater 5on
SPACIOUS 2 story 4 bedroom. 2 blocks to grade school. Ig. lot. SMALL apart., private bath and entrance Vt retail price. Many unusual de- wall tires. 8,000 actual miles.

bath frame house. Swimming $9,500. 4117 N.W. lifts St. FR 2- util. and linens turn.. suit- 56 Business Opportunities signs. Must see to appreciate. Assume payments, small equi 1964FAIRLANE
pool. N.E. Phone FR 2-3738. 4435 After 530. able for quiet student or career ON LAKE GENEVA 2 broom, 1004 NE 5th Ave. FR 2-6512.- ty. Wi consider older car for
girl. Car necessary. $10 per week. large Florida room Call owner at 372-8441,
4 BR. 2 RENT or sale. terms. 2 year. Manor. C a ; GE apt. size refrigerator I late ext. 8-5
BY OWNER attractive easy BR. Available May 22nd. Call 376-5159 Mathews I 3 weekdays. Comets and
bath. lovely yard. Air cond., CB steel roof. deep well tt acre. after 6:30 P.M. GR 520. SHELL OIL COMPANYIs model $50 or best offer. Cal DODGE Station Mercurys

cent. heat. dbl. util. rrru. swim 20 3224 mm., Gainesville. Phone 466- FURNISHED apartment for rent 2 BEDROOM duplex at 2016 S.E. now taking applications for I 376-1128 after 5:00 P.M.THWARTED auto. trans., R Wagon& H 1954., VCor 2-oor.- Limited Time Only I AS LOW AS

club membership. Walking distance Mlcanopy for two, male only alr-condi- 2nd Place. Corner 21st St. House service stations now under construction LOVERVi net good condition new-paint

Metcaite fc Howard Bishop. HonIng central heating, util. _open Call FR 6-4230. In Alachua County. e registered diamond white $265. CRANE LINCOLNMERCURY I
$98 mo. 2832 NE nth Terr. Ph. 39 Out of Town Property furnished. Phone 2-8433 or 6-4173. Please call Mr. Pope at FR gold ring set. Marquise. Ong. Call314.
2 E BR furnished house no pets. Call DODGE '57 Royal, AT PS.
376-2349. 2-5333 for application and price $375 sell for $275. 4Dr. I $199600
HOUSE FOR sale in Keystone EFFICIENCY apartment. private $70 per mo. 3037 SW Archer polntment. Paid training .p Aircond.needs some minor re 372-4251 For Info.

J.w.KIRKPATRICK Heights. Fla. 3 BR.. 2 baths. 1 bath and entrance. Very clean. Rd. FR 2-5 guaranteed start. 6-112 & pair. $465. Joe Boone. 6-0222 or Cal
lot will Adults. 708 E. Univ. Ave. RCA PORTABLE record player 6-7447.
acre sacrifice. Appraise: VERY nice 2 bedroom CCB, car
EXCELLENT downtown Sincla I r leather case. 45 speed. Good con-
at $11,000 will sell for 14990. lights and port and front FurnishedIncluding DODGE STATION WAGON '61.
1 Bedroom duplex porc. Service Station -open and doIng ditlon. $25. Call 376-1131.
Call 376-1168 Gainesville after 5 water furnished. Couples only. Near business will lease to responsible good condition take up paymentsof DODGEDARTDODGE SHAW&KEETER
p.m. No children or pets. Call FR school and shopping center. $110 party with adequa Ic IF SOMEONE IN YOUR FAMILYis $5424 per mo. Call or
CHARM In a colonial manner on a 6-5824. month. 311 N.W. 20th Ave. Phone capital. Sinclair Refining Co. hard of hearing encoura g e 6-1510. 6-815 TRUCKSPOOLEGABLE
corner lot In Black Acres. Brick 40 Business Properties him to enloY the benefit of a hearing -
and frame. dbl-hung windows with CLEAN 2 BR upstairs apartment 372-3. Phone FR 6 or 2-6512. aid. GAINESVILLE HEARING FORD. 1954. 4 dr.. auto trans.. excellent -

S shutters. fireplace carpet. 3 bedrooms GOOD going business for sale. near Campus. $90 per mo. COMPLETELY furnished home. AID CO. 620 NORTH MAIN condition. 2 ,O act ual
2 baths. two car ga Dance hall. beer bar. snack bar. Phone 23329. 3 or 4 bedrooms. AvailableJune I STREET. OR PHONE FR 6-0095. miles. New tires. $. Call 372- 230 W.
23800.00 1st. $150. Phone FR 6- 61 Wanted to Buy 8304 119 SE First Ave. University
rage. building 40 x 80. 1 acre land. DUPLEX 2 BR furnished apt. Gas e261. FOR SALE
SPECIAL In so many ways: Size- located near High Springs on for cooking & heating. Cold 1 Conn Silver Flute, $40 00 HILLMAN convertible 1958 Minx. 372-4343 FR 2-0503

3 bedrooms. 2 baths 441. For Information come to water furn. Private front & back 2 STORY, 3 bedroom, 2 bath fur- WANTED water must be 1 Yankee Civil War officer's sword In gc condition. $450 Call FR
Area Littlewood Motel 41, 5 ml. No. of High entrance. Phone FR 2-4400. 1806 nished house. 1005 SW 13th St. priced : cle. In $1500 2- ---- --

Bonus A playhouse Springs on 441 Lake City road. NE 18th Place. $125 per month. Phone FR an good FrencM fencing foil $5.00 I
working 3724441 1
Terms Very flexible 3672. coition. Cal Mercury Monteray. 1959 4-door se
kit. ext. 20. 1 Electric Mower. $15.00 dan. Air radio heater
Price $14,400.00Mortgage ROOMY 1 BR. living room 15
4'* pet. 42 Farms & Acreage chenette. private bath & private 2 BR 4221 S.W. 44th St. $95. CASH for your used furniture. refrigerators 1904 NW 12th Terrace. Phone white.onditio.. Exceptionally

SPACE for your grand piano. space entrance. No pets. Apt. 208. 204 Call FR 23617 stoves. TVs, clothing 376-0100 clean. Reasonable. FR 2-1313.
I for your full-size buffet. space for BEAUTIFUL rolling 2 to 5 acre NE 5th Ave. Ph. 6-0266. McKINNEY GREEN INC. etc. FR William's CHOICE DAY LILIES BLOOMINGNOW. 1224. E. Univ. Ave.

your king.size bed. and elbow estates. Choice of wooded or TWO Bedroom Trailer. $60; one FOR RENT 1 BR furnished house Service Center 2.393. Road. Also landscaping clumps in MCA 1958 Top conditin. like Yes! It's True!

room for you and all the familytoo. permanent pasture. 7 miles westof bedroom. $48. On 5 acres. Adults located 309 NW 15th Ave. $70 per WANTED used room air conditioner assorted colors at 25 cts. You dig. new interior. Call 2-305 aft-

Gainesville. $600 per acre- only. Sorry no pets. 4611 N.W. mo. Phone 3728690. New seedlings available. Gonow.Hlghwav er 7:30 P.M.PLYMOUTH
Call FR
Superior construction and reasonably be the first to make your choice small 691G2 Holllster .
6th St. Call 29838. 20
1 priced at 2450000. Call or see United Farm AVAILABLE about June 1st. Fum 1961 2-door hardop. V-
LAKE ROSA frontage and a year Agency 3722954. J BEDROOM furnished duplex. 3 B R. 2 bath home Ig. screened 8, AT. heater 4 new NO FLIMFlAMNO
rojnd modern. masonry. 3 bed Newly decorated. $50 month. 17 prch. carport. fenced back Machinery & Tool 70 Boats-Marine Equip. Whte with black interior. $900 or

room, house with 4 car garage. 40 ACRES N.E. 13th St. Phone FR 2-0374. large shade trees. Good equity an take up payments.Mr. .
and large lot. Recently reduced Uncleared land. South of Newber- neighborhood. Close to high school 14- LON ESTAR. Fiberglass. New L Wight. 462-1173.
to $18,000. Ready for Immediate ry. $100 per acre. Terms. S. E. 2: BR lot floor furnished apt. large .& U of F. $150 per mo. Phone TWO A-6 Case combines with 25 H. start generator GIMMICKS !
occupancy. Consider renting Sapp. Realtor. Newberry. Flor- rooms screened porch clean 376-776 for.appt. motors. both for $500. Call or motor. Gator tilt trailer. $695. Valiant 16 extra clean. Small
ida. Phone 4722000. freshly painted. sprayed monthlyfor write Eugene Haufler. Rt. FR 23241. equity car. Call 376-3162
month period.J.
for a six CLOSE in, 2 bedroom furnished 3
pests. Water furnished. $60 afternoons or 3723813 after 5:30
W. KIRKPATRICKRealtor ACREAGE per mo. Phone FR 6-5883. h"-se. 403 S.E. 2nd St. Call 372- Box 217 B, Gainesville, FR 15'Fibergiass boat. 30 h.p. Johnson ask for Bob.
m 3 Gator trailer. Trade for I New 1964 1 CMC Pickups
31 N. Main Phone FR 24404 REDWOOD APTS. 4401 S.W. 13th MISC. tools V4 h.p. ele fishing outfit or cash. BRING out the best In your car.Superior .
300 plus acres ext heavy hammock VERY CLEAN 2 BR house owners cmpesor.
Member Multiple Listing St. New air conditioned 1 BR block making no lunk. G. E. Ganstlne. Waldo. Auto painting & body
ASSOCIATES: land ideal for horse farm. apts. water furn. $90 per mo. have gone North until Nov. head door hardware. FR 2-4017. work Fast dependable service; I
Floye Mathiasen Irene Bunnell Call FR 6-0427 or 26723.YOUNG 1st. Very good deal for right 1962 20 fishing boat equipped with delivery. WRIGHT'SBODY
Ret. 640 ft on U.S. 441. Commercial site family. Phone 376-2892. BULLDOZER CATERPILLAR 10. anchors compass
A. W. Reece. CaptUSN. an WORKS 2031 NW 6th St.
20 acres.; $770000 COUPLE or aged couple Very good condition. $1700. Call marine toilet 40 Evinrude FR 69707. $175 DOWN
ONLY $450 DOWN preferred. but no children or pets. SLE. TRDE. RENT. Furn. Un- Alachua 462-1780. electric start outboard. Call FR
.. Fla. Rm. BreakfastRm.
Closing cost Included. Colonial Home on 95 acres. 2 lakeson Available now. Call 66512. 2-4837 after 5:00 P.M.

2 BR $62 per. mo. property. borders on another. 1 BEDROOM. completely furnished U.E.. 7th garage Terr.fine 372-8223 location., 7. 14'Flbergiass- boat. trailer & 27 11
within 25 ml Gainesville.
3 BR $72 per mo. upstairs or downstairs near 64 Household Scott motor. with many ex AIRCONDITIONING $5',
See at 2030 N.W. 55th St. good terms. shopping center. See at 612 N.W. 2 BEDROOM house 2414 N.E. Goo h.p. $500 cash. Phone 372-0786. 6 Per Month
Phone FR 20258.GLADYS. 10th Ave. or phone 63549. ,75 6th Avenue. Corner of 25th St.
2 ten acre tracts N.W., Vi mil. of House open. Call FR 6-4230. BOAT tilt trailer. 30 HP motor.
SMITH city limits. excellent buy $11,000 per T-A-G APPLIANCES Electric Start controls. Accessories -
ea. See us for acreage. 2 BR furnished apart. with porch. BEAUTIFUL 3 bedroom, completely Tested and Guaranteed const. Perfect condS500 .

Near University. See at 411 N.W. furnished house for rent. 4 Rerigerator from S up .ply 895, after 5. Including : License tag, state sales tax, life
EXCLUSIVE AREA: MARY MOELLER REALTOR 15th St. or call 2-4647. $55 per Between June 15th Sept. 1st. Ranes from $ up 5on
I FR 17 from up insurance and finance charges.
Acre lot In prestige area with 1019 W. University FR 6-4471 mo. 6J.FURNISHED S Waher from $49 up 72 Office Equipment ,

four bedroom panelled home. Two 3 ROOM furnished apt. nice & 3 bedroom home. 2 Food-Freezers from

fireplaces. rustic exterior. PriceIs Fordyce Acreage clean. For married cob: les on Clean nice neighborhood. $105 2 Dishwashers from $'up up SAINESVILLE'S largest volume ot-

$21,000. Call 3725393. ly. Adults. no pets. Rent rea Mo. 1732 N.E. 21st Place. Ph. 10 TV Sets from $35 up flcf supply dealer. ChesnufsOffice Tropical Pontiac

180 acre ranch. 60 acres permanent sonable. Call 376-7844. 3767 60 McDonald. JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. Equipment Co. Invites you Comets and Mercurys _

HORSE FANCIERSWill pasture fenced cross EFFICIENCY apt., private entrance 3 BR $75 per mo. & 5 rm. $30. 419 NW 8th Ave.Ph. 3725 to come In and shop, or call for Limited Time Only I

like this 3 acres outside of fenced. 2 wells. $165 an acre. Located 81 bath. Lights & hot water Go Archer Rd. to Tobacco Barn MAYTAG S. KEL- free delivery. Chesnufs Office CMC Truck Center
City limits. in exclusive section. In Levy County. Ready for furnished. Sum Tier student turn lef over RR tracks. go to WHIRLP automatic Equipment Co. 106 W. Univ. CRANE LINCOLN-

House Is modern In constructionwith cattle farmer. preferred. Ph. FR 6-5824. 1st ., turn left go Vt mile. VINATORS Ave. In Downtown Gainesville 302 NW 8th Ave. FR 2-2583
large sleeping area. Guest W. Hunt. fro 1138.9.New MERCURY
NICELY furnished for rent. Refrigerators from .
3 apts.
cottage.$30.000.Living Call room us witH at 372- 160 acres at $165 an acre. Off 1-1 BR apt. 2-2 BR apts. 503 FOR RENT 2 BR house furnished. New Freezers from SI3.95.New 73 Musical Merchandise Call 372-4251 For Info.

place. Newberry-Archer Road. NE 4th Ave. 20 SE 48th St. Call GR 554 Icemaker refrig. from
$ 5 ---
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80 Icres. 10 miles out Archer Rd. 2 ROOM one bath garage apartment 5:3 P.M THE VARIETY Of Christmas Left overs. All k -I
PASTURE $165 an acre. Beautiful oak trees. very quiet neighborhood. VERY nice. clean 2 BR. furnished 7 S.E. itt SORE new organs. Savings up to 30
S1! acres fenced. Two bedroom suitable for one person or cou house near Archer Rd. 5 minute FR cent. Earl's Piano Co.
house. Deep well. Price Is $12.- 100 acres nice frame house. 11 ple. Call FR 6-1730. drive to Health Center. $95 per 6-3 per W. Univ. Ave.
750.00 and can be financed. miles out Archer Rd. $275 per acre. mo. m-216 FREEZER CHEST TYPE. Guar 70 372-2
Fenced and cross fenced. Other TWO bedroom furnished apt. anteed. Can deliver I $57.50. WURLITZER

SMITH small tracts available at reason near Univ. & Alachua General 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. Refrigerator service in your America's .No. 1 piano and BRAND
GLADYS Hospital. Ph. FR 6-7955 Gainen.yule
Piano Co.
able prices. home. No servic charge on re organs are at Earl's
or write R. T. Stroud P. 0. pairs. refrigerators and Gainesville's evcluslve Wurlit-

t REALTOR Box 365 St. Augustine. freezers needing repair. FR 2-1330. zer Dealer. 702 W. UniversityAve.

Fordyce 1 BR. furnished apt., water fur. FORDYCE RENTALS Phone 372-2

Associates Anna Hinson: Florence Burns Associates Inc. nished. 4123 NW 12th Tedr., $60 Call our agency to find the PIANO. good condition $100. C a II .
house you wish. Many 66 Misc .For Sale.
Call 376-2641 376-2930 lste
per mo. or
Ben Griffin
r Caroline Noyes Also apartments FR 22487 after
6:0 P.
Member Multiple Listing 926 W. Univ. 376-1236 I ask for Mr. Haynes.
ADMIRAL II cubic Ft. Refrigerator -
Upright pianos some as Is. some
frost free. Go. $45. Eng rebuilt priced from
INC factor S
926 3075.lish Bike, $16 Grldley Music; ..

: SERVICES UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom house, Gainesville Shopping Center. FR
$70 Unfurnished 2 bed ALL CHANNEL T. V. anTe 25353.
month. Furnished Dbl stack Not
hous. cpee
duplex S., $90 month. FR In ese to .
8th Avenue. Automotive

64HOUSE for rent. See house 2400 DOWLING'S UPHOLSTERY RAMBLER6.pasenger

Home And Business blk. Hawthorne Rd. 2 BR $ Chairs, "o as s No money 77 Mobile Homes for Sale
: monthly. Medium standard as $ per mot
Call FR to rent. Free estimates, pickup 1958 HICKS trailer 8 x 43'. with
I 22 lver service. All guaran x 30 cabana. Air conditioned
Auto Gloss Plumbing 2 BR duplex. unfurnis. Located _te Phone 3767 w 1 furnished. Phone 376-7317.
at 1823 NW No pets.Couple BR
SEWER INSTALLEDNEW preferred. per mo. TRADE your costly to operate
AUTO GLASS Is our only busl- & used fixtures complete 810 E. Univ. Ave.s ELECTRIC water heater and WY A sedan at
ness. Immediate Installation; $48 for a new glasslined GAS
free pickup & delivery. Add plumbing HUGULEY.service Gainesville"BIG"PlumbIng JIM- FOR RENT OR SALE 3 Bedroom. water heater. Much more hot TTrailer never before price.

beauty & value to your car. FR 21589 2 bath. central heat built-in water at about half the cost with
MAULDIN'S AUTO GLASS CO. stove. Call 431 after 3 p.m OUR LP GAS. PROPANE. ACT NOW! !

323 N W. 6th St. FR 6-2558 2 BR. unfurn. house with stove. ARCHER ROAD. fR 6-5110. .
I II large yard, quiet street $65 per HOOVER and KENMORE home Home of
I Bulldozing Phone 3329.. floor Pacemaker Mobile HomesShasta
: your furniture at mo. polishers, excellent operatIng and Airstream

reasonable prices. Call Sally. VERY nice. 2 CCB. car Cli. In. ea. PLAT Travel Trailers
( SMALL bulldozer. lOader. dump bedro
Experienced FR -9888.
trucks. fill dirt lime rock. Top port and front porch. Furnished.Inctuding FOR ROKER. $12 376.NEW Ocaia's First Mobile Home
soil. Phone 372-7S46. automatic washer. and used chain saws lawnmowers Dealer Since 1948
i RemodelingDO Nea school and shopping cen edger tampers light 1923 Silver Springs Blvd $

BULLDOZERS & Dragline Backhoe ter. $110 month. 311 N.W, 20th plat clbe. wSIn Briggs Phone 6213 1763
wheel tractors motor YOU NEED. Florida room ex Ave. Phone Olla. .
3723.LEASE Statt m
grader. Free estimates. W. G. Ira room more room.. roof work .sle and .
(Burkt Johnson FR 219. or maybe a complete new home1 or SALE. Prof. movi Meyers 231 NE
Br. 2 bath. Hardwood Tool FEDERAL QUALITY HOMES
For a free estimate. & guaran- fo 16th Ave. -: .
Concrete teed work phone Carl C. double garage. Ig. we lo. Phe
Waters. 372-8049. Faculty neighbors. 3 S. AIR CONDITIONER Coldspot 1L500 G NW 13th St. 441 South 6 Station
20th St. BTU. 250 volts excellent condition Gainesville 3725113 Passenger /
CONCRETE finishi"9W I k
a S. $150. See at Lot Pine- I to S, Sunday 11 to 7
drives. patios slabs and shuffleboard Sewing Machine RepoirrCALL 3 BR, 1 Bath complete kitchen, hurt Trailer Park.REPOSSESSED 6 Hour Is a must with us.SPECIA Wagon at never

etc. expertly done. Estl- near schools and shopping cen _
mates Call 377-3884. anytime. -SEWING MACHINE SER- ters. For information, Manaro's Slant Needle THIS WEEK before price.

Appliance Repair & VICE CO. (15 W. UniversityAve. Restaurant. FR 2-4690. Singer. Zig Zag and attac W mobile

Landscaping 376-1075. We repair ell ments aplIus. S large lot. $2895. 1 Mile he.. Act NowDELIVERED _
3 BR house at 1311 NE
Air Conditioning Makes Work fully guaranteed. 14 Te.Stove overcasts switch, I.
& refrigerator. $ per $4se Balance $ : Paynes Prairie. For appointmentcall
per mo.
0 Grass-Sod-Garden MainNurserystock Tires Alignment m Phone FR 620 Wevman W. Univ. Ave. Phone .

A-l HANDYMAN SHOP of ail kinds.CREVASSE'S Brake Service Realty.RENTALS 21" MOTOROLA console TV euip
First In air conditioning and Appliance NURSERY with remote control.
repairs. We sell guaranteed Landscape Co. P perfect at USED MOBIL HOME
washers, refrigerators etc. FR 6-2514 for free estimate. VACATION SPECIALON We have many attractive rentals 'Just $9$. FR citi Price Top dlar p .
famous nationally known Mohawk f P.
FR in houses turn and unfurn. Call c"c
tires . Save to I x 37* New Moon house trailer. $2038
60267.WE SOFABED. One owner
FIX IT Mortgage BrokerFHA 50% on new tires. See our new MARY MOELLER. REALTOR new 10 years ago. No bh Must sell b Aug. Excellent buy. I

Any type appliance electrical and conventional at lowest wrap around retread that gives 1019 W. Univ. FR Phone FR 2-8297- 5 p. Very resonabe. Write box 421-

work or gasoline engine repairs current rates. Terms to 25 more mileage & traction. Latl- 2 BR house with 2 screened p weekdays o all day Sat. tV Sun. A. co Gaiie S '
Immediately and economi mer Tire Co. 623 N. Main St es in NW Good NOW SHOWING
don years. Will gladly discuss at no si John boat 4
cally. Pick up and delivery. obligation. Call tomorrow.J. tion. Water furnis $75 p. JZ ALUM trailer $150 mt; 16 MOBILE HOES AT RIDGWAY MOTpRS-Plus Tax & Tag.
BUTLER & SONS Tree Service Phone ext. 1 2 Floor
I KIRKPATRICK. Realtor i m 636' cap stove
$75 camp a
; Motors has their entire sale!
SERVICE CENTER 31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 24 N quiet, 3 BR 1 home misc. furniture tools. Terms tailed to meet Ridgway put inventor on special
I 376-1866 A-l TREE SERVICE CLEAN bat later little and
1531 NW 6th St. your budget.
FRED B. ARNOLD Pruning. demossing! bracing & ca- ner s.. $ m & camera ept. See John save a lot at If you have been thinking abou new car,

AIR conditioners Installed and re.paired. REALTORFHA /. & tree removal. Cavity SOS 3th Phone 248. Teter. SW 3 eve CONNOLLYMobile this is your chance save big II!

One day service. AND CONVENTIONALLOANS work & tree feeding. Lawn serv- MODERN. 3 BR. IVj bath air-co nings. Sat S Home Sales
C. A. Bohannon Ine
i NE 23rd Blvd. FR 64169i ice and maintenance. Licensed diti with large sce FOR SALE Hotpoint stalnt steel 2 Miles No o U. S" PLANNING TIME IS USED CAR TIME
M60 121f W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 & insured. Free estimates. Troy porh. carport and uit r range & oven bil i type SELEC
i REFRIGERATORS. electric ranges Thames. 376-2940. Jack Hoov r. with washer-dryer ci separate pieces cabnt excellent Closed 62-16 Fairlane
and washing machines repair MORTGAGE MONEYS 466-3482 Gainesville. Fla. at 601 NW. 36th .. condition. 175'al. Ph Says '61 PONTIAC Bonneville 4.dor sedan
and serviced. One day service. II per cent Interest. Terms to mo. Call FR 2-1476 or FR 62 TWO bedroom house trailer. S automatic transmission, .
( 25 years. TRUCK 3194 one bedroom house trailer I automatic transmission radio '
rors experience.. Btvd C A.FR Bohannon.6-IUf BUY BUILD REFINANCECall HAULING 2 BEDROOM house ufIs FOR SALE Bell 12 watt ampKfer. Can be rente Ph 3761234Monday I heter. . . . $1995
E. 23rd
& MOVINGANY stove, refrigerator $10; Fisher series 1 AM- t Fry S heater steering power Ambassador 4-
Dan Byrd 4141 NW. 13th month. FM tuner $25 Electro corner per.
S S Vo I low
; Appraisal Service 125 NW 13 St. Ph. FR 2-2511 type hauling. large or small,. FR 6-1541, 623 Hay sake$15; All to s Call FOR trailer SALE& newly cab redecorated$600. Owner 2 BR. brakes. price. door sedan., air conditioning, automatic -
done Immediately courteously. 5 $1895
at 1070 S-E. FR 271 P. sell Immedi
GLADYS Smith/ Realtor FHA and economically. BUTLER & 2 BR CCB h leaving transmission, power
and conventional loans. Low .1 21 st Ave. $ mo. Phone 2- GE Good citi Cheap. ately. Ar Rd. Trailer Village !
FRED B. ARNOLD rates. Terms to 25 years. 1221 4136. sedan steering, power brakes, wide
REALTOR 6th St. 37-284. Ph Aa A17 lo 16 C.fe j 1 I 60 BUICK Electra 4.dor ,.

REAL ESTATE APPRAISALSERVICE W. Univ. Ave. 372-U9X ONLY $450 DOWN TREADLE sewing mai. $25; MODERN. 10 x 4' tr.ie. available .'I transmission radio bucket seats . . $2195
FORDYCE and Associates, Inc. Well Drilling Closing cost Included. vetia blinds 72 n xS4. up t Aug. 15t 15 per ml' automatic ,' '62 FORD Galaxie "500"

I' HI* w UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 Conventional and F.H.A. loans.Cal' SBR $62 per mo 3 x 3 g cit Call Phone 36S. heater, power steering, power 4.dor
3761236. Grace Fordyce. WALLACE BIJRCH WELL DRILLING SBRllpermo. 62 101 2 PlaUSE automatic transmission,
1964 FLEETWOOD 57 x 10. 3 BR.
I Realtor. Fordyce 5. Associates. See at 2030 N.E 55th St. I I brakes .V. . . $1595 hrdto
Auto Equipment Inc.. TU West University Ave- Quality Work at Fair Prices. _Phone FR D refrlrt gas,range fan.and $380$d. Tai over paymentsof raio, power steering.

j flUe. 2 to 6" Wells. 5.0 lter. wit m. Jam H $1695
CLEAN 2 bedroom house, kc Hete almost n. 376- Brown. Waldo. -J7s
I Call 372-0598. furnished. SW 9th .
JACKS rebuilt I 'AINTINGVANTED 1 71. .23 years in Mobile Home Bust-
HYDRAULIC Realty FR 245. -
exchanged Repair kits tc WINDOW CLEANINGWINDOWS mt Unlv.r WURLITZER Maha" spin pi nessDeals t Service to .stisf RIDGWAY MOTOR CO.
Free Queen $450. Special attention
Walker Jacks. Factory authorUtd ; Painting es- an sle. y
walker Hydraul Jact timates. No }lob too small cleaned. floors claite!I lilt NW 40th Ave. 3 BR. CCB sle b springs $15. F students. Buns .Mobile
Service Agent. HULL'S BRAKE and waxed houses washed 1'', home, separate dining rm.. carport dinette s 4ch a Irs Ho Inc. across from G.lns 1132 S. MAIN ,ST. FR 28433I
SERVICE & SUPPLY 1314 5.i 1 I Work guaranteed. ,Phone yrs. experience. Free stlmett fo porch. Near Stephen Turquoise cover. 906 N.E. 20th vI. Uve Market. 441 North _

Main FR 2UH I FR 2-5630. Phone FR 2-ttii $per m 2&5 Ave d 376436

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-26 Gainesville Sun Wednesday, May 20, 19d

1964 or early in 1965. Privately, American rocket. France Is pre-
American scientists said the paring to orbit a 100 per cent h
I Will for Year
Space Activity Lag a first Gemini ship probably French satellite with a 100 per GOOD SEATS
would not be launched for a cent French rocket. -o

FLORENCE, Italy (AP) -It orbital flights of 1963. days in space with present.ed now. year. Other pace experiments being
may be a year before either the equipment. Prof. Anaoli Blagonravov, The Soviet Union and the Unit- plannedBy : SAVE LIVESGive
the annual
of .
United States or the Soviet Un- During meeting The scientists said astronautswere chief Soviet delegate said it ed States plan to continue send- the end of 1964, a Mars i
ion undertakes major new the International Committee on might be a year before his ing satellies and rockets aloft. probe by a U.S. Mariner rocket j!
manned space ventures. Space Research COSPAR showing such aftereffectsof country is ready to try a majornew that will fly past the planet and Your Car A Physical Examination At
which closed today, United space flights as low blood venture. Italy and France also have transmit television pictures I A Gainesville Safety CirclePENNEY'S
Both countries must solve crucial States and Soviet scientists said pressure. Delegates from both important space plans. The Ital-'.back to earth. I 201 W. Univ. Ave.
problems before they can manned space flights had raised day flights by Soviet astronautslast The United States reported it ians hope to launch their first -By 1970 U.S. and Soviet at-
try space experiments more the question of whether a man year were about the long- planned to start flights by two- satellite using a floating launch :tempts to put artificial satellites I 376-6453
spectacular than the manned could tolerate more than five est that could be safely attempt- man Gemini ships by the end of ing 'platform off Kenya and an in orbit around Mars. I


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