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 21, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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IT'IT'Berserk Voter Drop?
TALLAHASSEE, (AP) Sec- Continued Defense .
retary of State Tom Adams: ; :
I predicted today 1,035,000; votes
would be cast in Tuesday's sec-

I.. ond primary, a decrease under .
13. the 1,266,790 votes cast in the .
May 5 first primary. '
Only statewide races in the

second primary other than gov- Of S.E. Asia
ernor are for national commit- Pledged.

In Wild Spree teeman, national committeewoman -
and delegates to the na-

tional conventions of the Demo
cratic and Republican parties. I

Kills Self ._ .: .
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6 Others Lal 1Jrrj ..,r: Of All Troops From Laos .

In NassauNASSAU t ii -I x t f, UNITED NATIONS, N.Y.
(AP-U.s. Ambassador AdlaiE. 5 '

Bahamas (AP-A Stevenson pledged today that Wk
mart with a shotgun rampaged ." the United< States will fight
Communist forces in Southeast
through Nassau's southern sub.
: Asia as long as the people there
urbs Wednesday night killing i "Mh : are determined to remain inde
seven persons including him : pendent.
self and
wounding six in a :
The.chief U.S. delegate acknowledged -
two-hour automobile foray.
however, that the
"It was one of the worst .
situation in Southeast Asia "has
nights in my experience, said
taken a turn for the worse"
Chief Criminal
Investigator < and he warned that "those who
Stanley Moir. y Y : are responsible have set foot
Dozens of police, who had Ax
upon an exceedingly dangerous
cordoned off a twosquaremilearea path."

and searched it in vain for Stevenson, who rushed back I
the slayer, found Ruben Rolle, Wednesday from a Europeantour
30, in his home, dead of shotgun told the U.N. Security a
wounds. The weapon lay near- S .s S. S Council that it is the clear aim

by.Police of both the Indochinese Communist -
Commissioner Nigel party and the 'Commu-
Morris said authorities did not nist leadership in Viet Nam "to STEVENSON
establish a motive immediatelybut take over control of all Indo

was"the his wife.first" person he shot School for Voting Officials : china.Soviet" Delegate Nikolai T. AttackS

Police said Rolle went berserk Fedorenko quickly retorted that
took a friend's automobileand A two-day school for poll workers was completedthis County Administrative Assistant Howard Weston and Stevenson's exposition of U.S.

roared through South Nassau morning at the County Courthouse. Conductingthe .. Registration Supervisor Mrs. Alma Bethea. (Sun policy on Southeast Asia mightbe On Cuba'
leaving a wake of bodies, clinic were County Attorney Wayne Carlisle (left), Photo by Tommy Lewis). suitable for those who are :

and terrified telephone callers "telling stories to little childrenand

beseeching police help. village idiots" but, he said,
All those slain except Mrs. "There is no place here for such Is StalledS
Rolle were men. The hospital- KynesS TermsHigh'Ridiculous'; stupidity."

ized people all were neighbors. Fedorenko described Steven- MIAMI, Fla. AP-The long-
Police hoped some would be son's speech as a "noisy and promised attack on CommunistCuba
able to give them an inkling of Defends rather sensational show." He by the Revolutionary Jun-

what touched off the shootings.The High Hits Burns Big .Money said Stevenson's statement ta, an exile group appeared today

bloody shooting spree indirectly -- about U.S. ,Aims to defend the to be something for the fu-
brought about one additional people of Southeast Asia does ture-or
a well-kept secret.
death. Alfred Glinton, a LetterS By F. T. MacFEELY By.CHARLES STAFFORD "not correspond to the facts."
resident who went to the aid of MIAMI (AP) Robert King JACKSONVILLE (APHay "It is because of the interestsof The junta, at the end of Cuba' !
wounded ifctims, dropped dead High said today his opponent for S THE SUNENDORSES don Burns said today Robert monopolistic capital," he May 20 independence anniver-

apparently from a heart attack By'JEAN CARVER governor Haydon Burns, has King High is using a "ridicu said, "That simple Americansare sary on which it planned to have
induced by excitement. ;Sun Sta.ff'Writer misread the'Florida people if he S lous degrees of .personal' refer- daily dying and will continue men fighting in Cuba, issued a
Commissioner Morris gave References to Alachua believes hundreds of thousands ences" in the campaign for'the to die." statement which did not mention

this account: County's grand jury report and of dollars and slick newspaper Democratic nomination for'gov- A British spokesman said any attacks by its forces.
"About 8 o'clock Wednesday an attorney general's letter to inserts can win the election. HIGHSee ernor. Stevenson's remarks on the
night Rolle pulled up in front of State Attorney T. E. (Ted) Dun "What we need are< better politics Burns replied,today to High's general situation in Southeast Rogelio Cisneros, chief in exile
a Broome St. house where his can were termed "inaccurate, ," High told about 200 sup- questions about his birthplace. Asia did much to clarify the of the junta, told reportersone

wife was staying."He improper conclusions" today; by porters at a Coral Gables cafe- Editorial High, campaigning Wednesdayat picture, and that he put for- of the organization's objec-
called to her to come out, Attorney General James Kynes teria. "The people want a gover- Page 4Higlt's Rollins College, displayed a ward "constructive ideas" for a tives-harassing the Fidel Castro -
and when she appeared he let from Tallahassee this morning. nor to whom they can entrust paper he said was a copy ofBurns' solution of the immediate problem dictatorship -had been
with the shotgun a 16-bore birth certificate. of Cambodian-Vietnamese achieved, "especially from the
go Kynes referred to yesterday'scircuit the future of their children.
(gauge) weapon for which he "He says he was born in Lou- differences. point of view of. psychological
court'action taken Burns'refusal Here'Toinorroiv
by He hammered at "
had a license. away isville when he knows he was' Informed quarters said Stew warfare.
Earl Fairclorh who beat to reveal his net worth
"He fired three times at her born in Chicago," High said. enson's speech had been cleared
election contest suit, calling for and income tax returns as A Havana dispatch said the
in all, killing her. He had a : The Miami mayor added that he with Secretary of State Dean
votes. did at the start of his cam- military had been placed on
pile of cartridges on the seat was not so much concerned with Rusk and President Johnson.
of the car and he took off, re- Faircloth asked that Kynes' paign. Miami Robert that "but what does concern me Among specific suggestionsput alert, with all leaves canceled.
loading as he drove." election contest calling fora After the early morning. meet- High will King is why he says he was born forward by the U.S. dele- "The threats of attack have
In the end, Morris said, Rolle recount, including.claims that ing, High headed for another. ernor's seat campaign here tomorrow.for the gov- somewhere else." .gate on the border friction be- served a magnificient purposein
placed the shotgun's muzzle Alachua County had 6,009! improperly busy day with apearances at When word of High's remarks tween South Viet Nam and forcing,extraordinary measures
against his own chest and pulled registered voters and Pahokee, in the Lake Okeecho- High supporters will meet reached Burns, the Jacksonville Cambodia was a proposal for a upon. 'Ie Castro regime -_id
the trigger. 4,000 of them voted be dis- bee area, and several stops their candidate at a 9 a.m. mayor had this to say: U.N. force to patrol the border. doubtless producing widespread
Clinton died at the wheel of missed. along the lower east coast from breakfast at the University Inn. "Whether Mr. High approvedor This was the first time the unrest.and. chaos in the already

his car j j..t after react ing Faircloth cited an opinion south Palm Beach County to His breakfast speech will be not,,it was essential that I be United States had proposed a floundering Cuban economy,"
Princess Margaret Hospital from Kynes as attorney general Fort Pierce. broadcast by Gainesville radio with my mother at' the time of role for the world organizationin said another exile leader. .

with one of the wounded. regarding questions before the Rain and television troubles stations.The my birth." Southeast Asia. There was a flurry of 'rum.orsabout .
grand jury about alleged irregularities beset High Wednesday on a Miami mayor will leave Burns said his campaign liter- Stevenson asserted' that the sabotage and minor, for-
in the 'March 17 swing through Key West, Fort Gainesville at 11:15 to fly to ature states that.he is a nativeof United States had often come to ays by junta forces led by Manuel

Baptists Study Gainesville election. Myers, Orlando, Winter Park Marianna, Appalachicola, Tallahassee Louisville, Ky.' the aid of countries attacked Ray. But the Havana .re-
Kynes said this morning that and Daytona Beach. Panama City and Pen- "I was born March 17, in Chi from the outside and said it will gime's radio confirmed none of
Closer UnityATLANTIC the letter from Iris office only Weather troubles came early. sacola. cago, 111.," Burns said. "My do so again "unless the lessonis thent. Exiles recalled, however,
concerned' the city election.He Overtones of the differences be- parents were natives of Louisville learned once and for all by that it took Havana radio 15
CITY N.J. (AP) tween High and Mayor Haydon State GOP Ballot and returned to that city all aggressors that armed'aggression hours to confirm last week's at-
said he reluctant to "
was within six weeks of arrival. it
-SOuthern Baptists approved Burns of Jacksonville over the my. does not pay-that a '
creationof comment on a matter that is "This points up the ridiculous works-that it will not tack on a sugar,mill by an exile
overwhelmingly today racial issue became a near Ordered no longer
presently before the courts and Change degree of personal referencesand group. ,j: f
to tolerated. '
committee be
a temporary bombshell at the end. '
did not want 'to around explaining :- inferences resorted to by The junta's statement ap _* .
with other go He declared there a very
closer ties handful of newsmen .
Only a.
study matters involved on TAMPA (AP-A writ of man- the NAACP candidate for pealed' to all Cuban exiles to:"X*
fora gover- simple to restore order in
Baptist groups. A proposal and campaign.leaders witnessedthe damus was granted in Hillsbor- way the to overthrow '
help fight Cas-.
basis. nor instead of a discussion of ::
a day-to-day Asia and to bring
had southeast
permanent committee late night difficulty in the ough County Circuit Court todayto tro. .'.
been defeated Wednesday. "I can clarify some things, studios of WESH-TV at Daytona Tom Fairfield Brown head constructive' proposals for. Florida about'the end of the UJS. military does not .
/ Burns said. Popular '
Viet Nam. ,
The approval came on a stand however the attorney generalsaid. Beach where a 30-minute program of the Republican party iIi Flor- Burns said Wednesday thereis aid to South come.in the form of spectacular "
ing vote which appeared to be was taped for showing ida, to change the ballot before an inconsistency betweenHigh's "Let all foreign troops withdraw invasion," it added.
temporary committee, which He said his office received a Sunday at 5 pm. the May 26 primary.The labor promises and his from Laos," he said. No action was announced by

will report next year. (See KYNES, Page 2) High answered questions on writ, signed by Judge performances as mayor of. Mi- "Let all states in that area two other leading militant forces I
taxation, senior citizens, reap- Roger D. Flynn orders the election ami make the simple decision to among the exiles, the Revolutionary

Bill Backers portionment and his duties as board of Hillsborough County The Jacksonville Mayor, who leave their neighbors alone. Recovery Movement I
Civil Rights mayor for a panel of four civic to prepare the ballot desig- planned to campaign for the Stop the secret subversion of which attacked the sugar mill (

I club representatives.He nating "candidates with no pre- Democratic, gubernatorial nomi' other people's independence.Stop and the forces headed by guerrilla .
In Month started to answer a question S ference" or "candidates prefer nation today in Pinellas County, the clandestine and illegalSee fighter Eloy Gutierrez Me- .:
Say on Negro voting when time ring Barry Goldwater." (See BURNS, Page 2)) ( LOAS, Page 2) noyo.

WASHINGTON (AP) Senate tan added, "we will have ran out. Various reports circulated In
Democratic and Republican enough votes to obtain clotureon The question was put by a = FLORDIA CAPTAIN Miami about events purportedly
leaders claim enough votes are the package." Presbyterian minister, Rev. r occurring in Cuba but there was
halt the Southern filibuster Dirksen Barry VanDeventer of Daytona Helm no confirmation from Havana.
in sight to in a separate inter-
Beach. Beginning with a remark Mate at There have been persistent reports -
and pass the civil rights view, said he too hopes that Rifle-Toting
that he read where High got here that Junta leader
bill next month. once the cloture petition is offered
The :optimistic forecast came there will be enough votesto more votes in Negro precinctsthan Ray and Gutierrez Menoyo,
from Sens. Hubert H. Humphrey limit debate. But, he added, all the other candidates' TAMPA (AP-A shrimp'boat, whether he lived or not. identification was established military chief of another action
the assistant Democratic "I must acknowledge the mar- VanDeventer asked: its captain mysteriously miss Two other shrimp boats escorted immediately.Two group both may be on Cuban
leader and floor manager for gin will be narrow." "Having their support, why ing, plodded Tampaward today the Golden Net. other boats from Single- soil already, but both organiza-
the bill, and Everett M. Dirk- Cloture is. a device for chok- have you sought to hang them through the Gulf of Mexico piloted .From St. Petersburg, the 82- ton's fleet noticed the Golden tions said they bad no knowledge -
the Republican leader and off debate about Burns' neck?" b) a man who warded off foot Coast Guard patrol craft Net sailing strangely Tuesday of this, or refused to tell :
ing in the Senate. It
sen chief architect of a package of requires a two-thirds majorityof High replied: "He tried to.become boarders with a rifle. Point Swift,was dispatched with Duggan said. When they ap- what they might know. .
amendments designed to win the senators voting-67 if all governor on 'a race baiting John E. Duggan of Tampa, orders to take the Golden 'Netin waved them off with a rifle.

over undecided senators. 100 are on hand. issue andthe moderator owner of the 72-foot shrimper tow and bring it to' Tampa. "He said he would shoot any t
off time had expired. Golden Net, said he made radio Coast Guard spokesmen said the
With the showdown put until signalled body who tried to board," Dug- .'
Sen. Richard 'B. Russell, D-
both the contact with the boat. Golden Net
June the leadership When High protested was reported.low on .
early on the Senate Appropriations Ga., leader of the Dixie forces question and the shortage of Duggan said the man aboard fuel 180 miles west of Key West. gan said. WHERETO
fighting the bill, told a reporter He wouldn't talk until about
Committee and others to time to answer, VanDeventersaid talked irrationally but "pretty Last Friday, the Golden Net
catchup on their big backlog of : "Pressure is increasing he didn'tmean to put the well .identified himself as Henry was seen in' the Obregon Riverof Noon Wednesday when he admitted FIND IT
daily on senators to the the skipper was not
support "
,bills until the civil rights fire- mayor on the spot Weaver a Tampa Negro hiredas Mexico, .forbidden territory
bilL Pressure also is aboard according to Duggan.He .
increasingfor ,
works start again. After much discussion,, ques- mate by Capt. William for U. S. shrimpers who comb
The Senate is no longer being the gag rule. tions and answers were retaped Schuck, 41, of Bartow, the day the banks off the Yucatan Peninsula finally agreed to sail to Tampa 0 Comics . 22
called in two hours early and "I, therefore, make no claimas VanDeventer asked, "would you before the Golden Net left for Duggan said Later, a as long as the men on the .. Classified . .25-21" '.
Saturday sessions may be aban- to being able to beat the gag please comment on the Negro shrimP erounds' off Mexico. body was found in ,the river, other two shrimpers would not Entertainment .. 24 fl

doned. rule or the bill." bloc voting and NAACP support Duggj photographed, fingerprinted and try to board. Opinion Page . 4' .
Humphrey told reporters "We He said the Southerners will ?" tofnijJ JeceiVedum fight> -buried by Mexican authorities.It The Golden Net was about 200 e Sports co. .. 15-18"

,will most likely file a cloture keep on fighting, and declared: High replied that Burns came jfin whicl? ; and had been stabbed three miles north of the Yucatan PeninSula 0 Women's . 12-13> ." ,
Utition early in June." "Given time the American people j head slashes. Duggan'quoted the times and its throat,was cut, the Wednesday night and sail- t.
"A, we see it," the Minneso- will make their: views felt." l .(See HIGH, Page 2)) man as saying he didn't care coroner said, but no positive ing for Tampa, Duggan said. l gt -

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l Pane a 1 1/W tyw,11 e Pagetransit 1 r SWING TO
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letter from Registration Supervisor this affected county elections,"
Mrs. Alma Bethea on the attorney general explained.I ZONESB of national frontiers.

1. I April 17 asking about the validity Kynes said he felt that no C Partly cloudy Stop the export of revolution!
f and the
1 doctrine of violence.
of certain registration forms. lawsuit should be tried until through Friday. Scatter e d >t I
Stop the violations of the i
i Kynes said a letter was sent all the facts are in and he feltit mostly afternc showers. cal politi- \ 1
J to Mrs. Bethea on April 22 and was improper to quote a suit Low tonight 60 to 65. High agreements reached at Le-I
neva for the future of southeast
I J explained that since the matter]out of context Friday 88 to 92. Variable 5 Asia. *
f" 1'1'-
to 15 mile winds.A I'
; was the subject of ligitation "These are matters that must \

} (the Andrews suit) that the!be resolved in the courtroom," Clear to partly cloudy through "The people of Laos want to .
Policy jf the attorney general's Kynes said. "I feel confident evening Friday. Isolated thundershowers.mostly afternoon Not much and soue / be left alone. .l""
Bob .
', office to refuse comment on that the court will resolve the temperature change. Low tonight In 1 -
60s high Friday 84 to 92. ., i "The people of Viet-Nam wantto ,
court matters would be follow- matter based on legalities. L:
D Partly cloudy through Friday be left alone."The ,
I ed. What more can we ask. Let the scattered showers Low tonight 6 5 to tr people of Cambodia ;j
; The "wal said his court resolve it and 70. High Friday low 80s to near 90 ;
let's live
attorney! inland Variable' 5 to 15 mile winds +H wu want to be left alone. 1 ia1! r:,
.t offce: was asked for some opinions with it." becoming east and northeast 10 to 15miles j
[ per hour Friday. "When their neighbors decide'to
F l by Duncan for the gnu"1: A he ring on Mrs. Bethca's j
EH Partly cloudy through Frl- leave them alone as they "') rJI.f"
t jury and an "informal lett.tt motion: that the grand jury report -, dav: Few- Isolated showers Low tonight .'.. -,' must-there will be : '{ .
no fighting
t was sent to Duncan as the be thrown out of court I Variable in 5'60shigh to 15 mile winds.F Friday. 88 to 92. in southeast Asia and no need: l! ttOV/S '
; grand jury's legal adviser.: was cancelled this morning.The I
Scattered showers mainly In TEMPERATURES ELSEWHEREHigh for American advisers to leave! :
Duncan said this morningthat new hearing was set for afternoons through Friday. Low tonightin Low Precip.
60s. high Friday near 90. Variable Jacksonville 90 60 their homes to help these pea j I'--
the only thing he wanted a week from today before Circuit I, mostly easterly a to 15 mile winds. Miami Tampa 79 90 72 76 .97 ple resist aggression. Any time "

( to say about the attorney gen- Judge George Patten. It CEDAR KEY TIDES Alanta 89 66 that decision can be put in en-I
eral's opinion to him was that was the second postponementfor Friday High at 11:15 JTU Lew at New Orleans 17 70 63 A5 forceable terms .
:4 5:15 a m. and 5:59 p.m. Boston my government -! WHAT EDUCATION MEANS TO ALACHUA .J
the New York 76
it "confidential opinion hearing. will be
was a ALMANAC WashingtonChicago 8J 52 only too happy to

: to me as legal adviser to the Sunset today............... 7.19pm. Kansas City 90 52 46 69 put down the burden that we COUNTY. J I II
grand jury." More About Sunrise tomorrow ........... 533am. Denver 88 Sot have been sharing with those
Moonset tomorrow......... 3:33 a.m. Ft. Worth 87 65
"I understand from Mr. Duncan Full Moon .................May 26 Los Angeles 76 57 determined to preserve their THAT THE BOARD OF REGENTS WILL TAKE
i that this opinion is not in The Big Dipper Is now In the northwest Seattle 59 45 .22 independence. Until such assurances I
at midnight with the handle of POLITICS OUT OF EDUCATION .
,4 conflict with the grand jury report the Dipper uppermost and the lower MARINE FORECAST winds 5 to 15 are forthcoming, we shall HIGHER j ('
HighFrom EAST GULF Variable
eastward to :
stars of the bowl pointing
," Kynes said this morning. the North knots through>> Friday. Fair weather. stand for the independence of '
i (The Faircloth suit questions Star.Accident free peoples in southeast Asiaas WHAT THE TRIMESTER HAS DONE TO : 1.

i' Kynes' claims in his election >< Page 1 Roundup we have elsewhere." BUSINESS AND THE UNIVERSITY .
it suit in the light of the informa- Returning to the specific issueof I

tion in the opinion to Duncan out with a one plank Cambodia, Stevenson offered
I platformand r Involved in accidents reportedby Andrew J. Swords, 1128 NW, these three additional suggestions THAT BETTER SCHOOLS ARE THE I I'
regarding registrations.) accused High of seeking ,
proper Police Department 13th St., and Billy Gouge, 318 :
the Gainesville : :
Kynes said today that his ,NAACP support. NW 13th St., in the 300 block oi f KEY TO OUR FUTURE. "
I -That the council
and Alachua County request -
office had no knowledge there He felt he must answer, High .
f j NW 13th St. at 7:48 p.m. yester :
> 24 hours were: Cambodia and South Viet Namto ;
said and -
were possible Irregularities in charged in a Tampa
debate last week Helen Parkington, day.Juana establish a substantial military ROBERT KING HIGH :
Alachua County until the elec- that Burns received Chapman C. Solomon, 1021 23rd force on a bilateral basis iI
a $500 contribution 3820 SW 5th and
tion froma Place a parkedcar I
was over.
Blvd., and M. M. Crawford, Wal to observe and patrol the frontier -
Negro dentist who had beena at the same address, at
I "There was no reason to tell do, at 2100 NW 6th St. at 5:14 i and report to U.N. Secre- FOR GOVERNOR
that registration efforts affected NAACP.state vice president of 11:18 p.m. yesterday.Neutral p.m. yesterday. General U Thant. I

both the county, and city," the ,, 1804 NW -That' I
Arleigh D' Hanner, the bilateral force be
Burns' hasty response, asking Breakfast with Bob High. 9 a.m. Friday. University Inn
I attorney general explained. how much High paid the Negroto LaosIs 38th Drive, and John W. Strick augmented by U.N. observersand I

Kynes said that all the in- make the contribution; followed land, 3115 NW 8th St., at E. possibly placed under U.N. L __ _ _ _
quiry from Duncan was concerned by a later Burns state- Univ. Ave. and First St. at command to provide an impar-

L, with was the city elec- ment that the contribution came Answer, 12:40 p.m. yesterday.Max tial third party element "repre-

from Kenneth Newell, 2045 I senting the world community. _
tion."We a responsible Negro leader .
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had no knowledge that were reviewed by High."I Says FrancePARIS NE 9th St., and Wanda Jones -- -- -

I began to go into his record Laird 918 NE 7th Ave., at 60C I

More About more," High said. This resulted, (AP) France de- NW 8th Ave., at 9:04 a.m. yes

High said, in his charge at their clared today the only solutionfor terday.

I last debate in Miami Sunday the crisis in Laos is guar- Fire Calls
Burns that: Burns had the Negro vote anteed neutrality, and urged At 2:40: p.m. yesterday, grassfire ,
in his early elections as mayorof this be extended to all South- at 1631 NE 5th Ave.

Jacksonville.The east Asia as its only assurance,
From Page 1 station also announced, at of peace and independence. Gainesville Sun

High's request, that Burns had Foreign Minister Maurice
came home late Wednesdaynight Published evenings except
from a swing through west been invited to share the TV Couve de Murville told a Cabinet Saturday, and Sunday morn- BARRAGE of BARGAINS "'
Florida.In time on the panel show titled meeting: ings by the Gainesville Pub-
"Topics" but said his schedule "There is no other solution to lishing Company at 101 SE
Pensacola, the Burns forces 2nd Place, Gainesville. Florida
produced what they identifiedas prevented it.Enthusiastic. the problem of Laos than the and entered .s second class

a copy of a letter from High, crowds greeted respect of neutralization guar- matter at the Post Office at
Burns' opponent in next Tues- High in downtown Key West on anteed by the interested pow- Gainesville. Florida.CIRCULATION .

day's runoff primary, to a local the courthouse steps at Fort My- ers. A true and sincere solutionof RATES BY
labor union. ers, at Rollins College and at a neutralization must extend to CARRIER OR MAIL 1' SMART ROOM.SIZE RUe

S fund raising dinner and Demo- all of Southeast Asia. It is the I 1 Week .45 :
At a short news conference, P
I Burns said High had promisedin cratic rally in Daytona Beach.In I sole guarantee of the peace and, 3 Mos. $5.85 .. r.t. .
his talk to the responsive :independence of the states." I
the letter that he would block All man 'subsciiptions m4 t
out-of-state labor from coming students and faculty of Rollins, In extending the call for neu- be paid in advance. Ei
High displayed a paper he said tralization of all Southeast Asia y
into Florida to take
I Member of Audit Bureau of
was a copy of Burns' birth cer- the foreign minister was restat 999x12'
"This is rather inconsistentwith Circulation.All .
tificate. ing the stand of President
"his stand as mayor of Mi- "He says he was born in Lou- Charles de Gaulle, who also the material property contained of the Gainesville herein Is
ami Burns said. "The Dade
isville (Ky.) when he knew he contends the only solution for Publishing Company, (c) 19M. Reproduction
County Grand Jury, in a report in whole or In part Is
was born in Chicago, High the Vietnamese war is neutralization itrlctly forbidden without the written
issued 12 1964 criticizedthe
May II said. permission of the publisher.
Miami City Commission, i. i ir -(171. ..:.
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which is headed by Mr. K

for issuing 200 cab High'l I

non-Floridians." J ,t.., ,y ,f e CUT PILE blend of cotton rayon Unds I
Burns criticized High's x basic beauty to any room. Latex backed

I sal for a state $1.25 propo-I We Pay You To '' "' N1IrrN for skid resistance. Turned under serged
j "
I imum wage as "a new approachin I dr. cAo K ; ) NGtaE ends. Grey, aqua, red, green, beige, more.
state government" that would: i

t result in widespread unemployment -! y Ftik

I He said there are many per-: _._

sons who, because of handicapsor i $$4 Save With Us ;/ ., : ,

other reasons, cannot earn !
$1.25 an hour. There are many: ENAMELWARE .4

working mothers who would not: .
be able to pay $1.25 an hour for I' Piggie banks are a good place to save.if
baby sitters, Burns said. /I'!
The Jacksonville can d i date: Of. you're saving small change. But, when VALUES TO 1.29

criticized High's advocacy of a'' 41l that small change grows into dollarsit's K'e
20 a
severance tax on such things as
phosphate and timber. time to put your money in one of our savings

The broadest proposal offered DIVIDEND accounts. Did your last dividend equal to 7 ,
fora severance tax.Burns said iF1i
would produce only $12 to $14 4Vi %? Open your savings account with us EACH

million a year. .In Cash where
tomorrow savings faster at
The tax on timber would be or CompoundedSemiAnnually

unfair, he said,-because duringthe I 4 1!V2 % compounded semiannually.Gainesville Kitchen brighteners in red

17-year period that the tree! y# and white. Large double .w5
is growing to maturity;; the own-j \ ft041t boiler covered sauce pan CAN TERRY TOWELS

er of the land pays out in properly 3 pc. sauce set,
r pan covered batch of
Snap a
taxes 34 to 36 per cent of' Mutual 3 'rz pot, 8-cup percolator, dishpan thrifty up cotton terries. 2 $1
the tree's sales value. I' t fr or water pail 'uithis Pink,blue gold green. for

Burns said, in fact, that new I i t assortment. Why not buy a

taxes can be avoided for a time StS' ,1 complete set while value- 1 DOZEN WASH CLOTHS
-possibly t9.to four years-j BUILDING and LOAN ASSOCIATION s priced: at Woolworth?

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f.!.; I. UF to HoldInstitute Respiratory Disease Today In History!

4 t Vote MayARTHURW.26
r; By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS been lost on a plane shot down\,
by an Army Air Force pilot, Lt.'
Drive Starts HereA Today is Thursday, May 21,!
Col. Thomas Lanphier, over the: .
\ On Spanish the 142nd day of 1964.There are I Pacific. _
i 224 days left in the year. I THOMPSONFOR

Fifty-eight high school teach- six-week-long drive to alert ings, s ettin g up informa- Today's highlight in history: In 1948, President Harry S'i
and area residents to the symptomsof :tion booths manned by nursing Truman urged Congress to ad-'
ers of
\' supervisors: Spanish On this date in 1881, Clara
throughout the United States respiratory disease (RD) is students and circulatingRD Barton founded the American mit Alaska to statehood.Ten I I YOUR COUNTY COMMISSIONER

f, !I. were announced today as 1961 being launched here by the symptoms material. Association of the Red Cross, years ago The Senate Thompson has demonstrated in his business and
participants in the Tuberculosis Association.It's Working in the campaign as of the rejected a proposal by President i
University the forerunner organization D. Eisenhower to lower his public service that he can get things done and
f ti i, of Florida's Foreign Language part ,of a national "RDSymptoms' committee and area chairmanwill we have today.On Dwight I
the voting from 21 to 18 can get along with people.
Institute June 17 Aug. 5. Alert"Bill be E.A. (Pete) Bethel, pub- this date age
fi This is the fourth consecutive:' Ewing of Storter Printing licity; Joe Alvarez and Dr.Ed- In 1856, Lawrence, Kan was'i years. I Thompson has the ABILITY and ENERGY to serve
1 F: year the University has been Company is chairman of the ward Byrne, speakers bureau; raided by a pro-slavery force of Five years ago -The United Alachua County with an honest efficient and bus-
: named to conduct such an insti-'alert in Alachua County. Luke Hart and W. T._ Bridges, armed men, leading to a retalia- Arab Republic seized a Danish' iness-like administration.
tute under sponsorship of the The drive doesn't involve any industries and agencies; Dr. David raid by John Brown at freighter as it started to enter,
tory (PdAdvJ)
National Defense Education solicitation of contributions, but Biber and Lois Knowles, Dutch Henry's Crossing.In the Suez Canal with an Israeli:
.i Act. It is designed to improve is purely an educational activity medical and nursing; and J. 1927, Charles A. Lindbergh,cargo. I I
language competency and dem- financed by Christmas seal Cox and Ruth Sawyer, informa-
reached Paris after the first solo
onstrate the latest method of Funds. tion booths; .
teaching foreign languages. Explaining the TB Associa- MI}'>. Ruby McNair and Mrs. flight across the Atlantic.In
Under the direction of Dr. tions interest in respiratory diseases -W. !T. Edwards, Archer; Mrs. 1937, a Soviet plane landed
Irving Wershow, associate professor local president Joe Al- Emery Williams and Mrs. R. at the North Pole, the first step )
of Spanish at the Uni- varez said, "Naturally there is M. Fugate, Alachua; Mrs. L. for regular and Americaover DISCOUNT SALE
versity, the institute emphasizesthe a relationship among all diseases -W. Register, Mrs. Phelps Floyd between the polar region.In .
audio-linqual appraoch rather of the breathing system.The and T. R. Barber, High Springs; 1943, the Tokyo radio ad-
than the so-called grammar sooner all respiratory diseases -Mrs. James Phillips, Haw- Admiral

translation method. are controlled, the sooner thorne; and Mrs. J. M. Brown, Isoroku mitted that Yamamoto Japanese, who directed ,,,,.+, .,r' ./", ,It' n c
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: The participants use only eradication of TB will be Newberry.The :
I the Pearl Harbor.attack, had
: Spanish language during their possible." .
I. seven-week stay on the cam- Motto of the drive is, "Shortof United States Antarctic,I {t ::
I pus. They may earn nine credit Breath? Cough too much? Research Program will place I COLORS IN STOCK I ; .,
hours for their work. Don't take chances with respir- heavy emphasis during the next 42 : ,
Among the 58 selected to at- atory disease. See your doctor." two years in upper atmosphereand i i 1O.9 TILE
tend the institute were Diego Work here during the next solar studies in connection! Co.
Sinclair Eaton '" ':
Garcia and Mrs. Rosa Rabell, six weeks will include a seriesof with the International Years of !'}:' : FrIy {
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..... Florida's Beautiful and Executive Editor W. G. (Bill widely regarded these daysas system. and the trend of the votingwas enough. They have not responded I
r .. EBEESOLE. Tic Fretldemt and Advertising RALPH McGILL I unmistakable: The voters as he said they would.
Director BOB TAKTAGLIONE PuUtzrr Frixt Winning FBblUher a confusing bore, but they Even within his own party '"
'University City Tie FreiUdent tad ClrenU- ( Of the AtlmoU (Ga.) CtnsUtntlMWhat are actually performing at THE REPUBLICAN conven- favoring moderate and progressive
tion in San Francisco will, candidates far out- he has not been able to trans-
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.. which created in of course, still select the numbered those for the man fer his personal popularityinto
they were
the first place.Originally party's presidential nominee, who made conservatism the a majority, and the progressive
THE SUN'S POLICY "" '" all candidateswere and most of the delegates basic test of the election. spirit of the party .
there will come from states which chose Willkie,, Dewey, i
: 1. Report the news fully and impartially in the news columns. nominated by party that do not have presidential THIS MUCH the primarieshave Eisenhower and Nixon has .
2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in-editorials conventions, caucuses, assem- .
"" primary elections; but the done. They have chal- again proved to be strong.IT
3. Publish all sides of important controversial Issues. Is. A blies or congresses with-
w primaries, uneven and con- lenged the Goldwater view
: The Sun's telephones: All Department! -372-8441 ized any opinion expression by the organ-voters fusing as they are, are still that the mood of the country WAS NOT, therefore, the
likely to have a democratizing is conservative and that the Lodge forces that started the
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: under such effect on the final choice. people want to turn away from Stop-Goldwater movement by
clear that a
,. : Farmer? system, Senator Barry Gold- They have not indicated the the progressive policies of the urging the voters of Californiato
last generation.For side with Governor Rocke-
water would be the choice of man they want but they have
: any such gathering of Repub- stated fairly clearly the kind most of the last 75 years feller. It was the rank and

I WASHINGTON Thereis lican professionals.Senator of man they do not want. this country has been going file of the Republican voters

For Robert King High no more erroneous image Thomas H. Bentonof Even in Nebraska, which through what Richard Hof- themselves, first in New

more faithfully and emotionally Missouri was one of the is supposed to be Goldwater. stadter calls "The Age of Hampshire and later in Ore-
held than that of "t h e and where Goldwa- Reform." This movement of
: If you want to pick a 'winner' at rights, the rights of the individual farm." We all like it. We re- that first this political was an leaders undemocratic to argue ter's country name was the only one reform was set back in the gon.The professional Republican

,a glance, Haydon Burns holds a Negro in the state of Florida, wherewe treat in time 6f frustrationand method. "I am for the peopleto on the ballot, the conserva- 1890s and again in the 1920s, Party workers, accordingly \
find Burns' weaknessThe clamor to dreams of a Senator less but most of the rest of this are faced with an awkward
ticket to Tallahassee. greatest select, as well as elect, tive Arizona got I
quiet, peaceful cottage set in of the vote. time the reforming tide has and ironical situation, The
net of it, his opposition to the their candidates he wrotein than 50 percent
a grove of trees, with fields 1854 and this was the Where he had to compete been strong. more Goldwater has declinedin
But it's the price of the ticket public accommodations clause, may and in
and meadows of b e a uty There was first the agrarian the popularity polls
that bothers us. well cause the Florida Negro to "wait stretching far away. uprising that culminated in the contested primary returns,

until all of Africa is integrated be- Alas and alack-the storyof BELOW OLYMPUS By Interland the Bryan campaign of 1896; the more the pros have pushed

: We don't delude ourselves -Burnsis fore he can buy a cup of coffee." today's farmer is some- then the Progressive move- him toward the nomination.The .
else. The ment from the turn of the voters in Oregon seem
thing Departmentof
a front-runner next Tuesday, May
has been century to the outbreak of ed to realize this. They were
:26th. We have one alternative to Burns. Agriculture say-
ing for at least 30 years that REPUBLICAN World War I; then the New reading about Goldwater'sdelegate
He is a ferocious little redhead by there are more than a million CAMPAIGN and Fair Deals of the 1930's strength going over

name of Robert King High. He is too many farmers who HEADQUARTERS iy and 40's, which the Eisenhower 500 just when they were goingto

: "- Examine the evidence: yapping at our heels, attempting to are trying to scratch a living c cwI& administration consolidatedand the polls and many of them
expanded, and finally the apparently switched to Rocke-
from an impossible economic i
shift march from the I
our popularto
urban and scientific liked
reformsof feller because
\ not they
i I ; (1) Behind Burns is the most powerful the purposeful. perhaps situation.two Today million.that total is tl 1 '! N 1 the last few years. him any better than before,

) coalition in Florida history. f / t64 but because he was the only

,The list includes powerful potentatesof Robert King High doesn't have THE IMPACT of technology 1 h.- GOLDWATER. CAME upon man in the field who seemedto
the national be in block
challenging to
scene a position
phosphates and mining, forestry, the backing of the business poten- nowhere is greater than in ag- f the federal government's- Goldwater.

banking, paper-making, citrus and tates. He does not have the backing. riculture. We tend to thinkof increasingly important role in

railroads. of powerful newspapers. He does not automation and new tech- i IL these reforms just at the moment THIS ISSUE bill be up again

have great financial resources.He niques factories as applying and generallyto assemblylines. when the movement of in California. The question Is I

(2) Behind Burns is a collectionof Not so. International ; the American people off the whether the convention is to
land was at its height, and be representative of the wider
30 daily show- just has guts. Minerals and Chemical
some newspapers, Corpo-
when new experiments were Party, as expressed in the I
ing remarkable unanimity for the ration has announced, for ex-
being made to extend social opinion of the Republican
Florida press. Obviously they reflect He promises a minimum wage of ample, the development of a security at home and collective primaries, or whether it is to

views of conservative publishersand $1.25 to help our depressed citizens.He moves computer much process guesswork that from re- security abroad.So follow the opinion of the pro- I
business backers. The real tip- promises no extension of the agricultural plantings. It is long as he was merelya party caucuses.
of conservatism in Rockefeller by his -
symbol persistence
off is the endorsement of Burns by sales tax. He promises to tax for done, company reports say,
has at least the
the Senate, talking primarilyto given
the railroad-owned Florida Times- the first time such privileged indus- and soil information from partisan audiences, his California voters an opporu-

Union, an arch-reactionary which tries as phosphates and papermaking. over the eastern two thirds J views were not minutely nity to hold the question open
01 the country into a com
hasn't endorsed a candidate for 50 He advocates a sensible racial I studied, but in the primary until the convention meets in
it is claimed
puter. They can, -
campaigns they were. For the July in San Francisco. He
years. program in which defiance of the forecast critical root
first time, his policies had to cannot save himself, but if
law has He advocates soil moisture four months in
no part. a
be considered seriously in he beats Goldwater in the
(3) Behind Burns are unlimited financial Board of Regents for the university advance and soil tempera- "Let's concentrate on Johnson's bad points. One, presidential terms as the pol June 2 California primary he

resources. The first primary system. tures four weeks in advancefor he's a reckless driver, two, he pulls dog's ears; icies he would actually adoptif will at least give his partya
each local
cost Burns $1.13 per vote, as con- area. three, he's from Texas I"ENFORCEMENT nominated and elected. chance to debate the issue.
The machine can then rec-
trasted with 45 cents per vote for As a business enterprise, chances ommend, weeks ahead, whento

opponent Robert King High. In are the Gainesville Sun would plant, what variety of seed

I total cost, the Burns campaign ap profit most by election of Haydon will do best, how far apart to WOULD TAI E MASSIVE Bt rREAUCRACYInteg"ratio"lOOO

proaches $700,000, the High cam- Burns. Other businesses, includingthe plant rows, and what fertilizer -

paign $200,000. bulk of the Florida figure mix will get best results.
the odds that way. How that service many "farmers"? can buy Y .Hence? I IBy

(4) The Burns' tax program we

have repeatedly opposed. It gives But the Sun feels acutely its obli- THE STORY OF agricul- RICHARD WILSON 177 Negroes attending schools token integration. It is not process. But it has long

gation to those who clip their own ture since about 1940 has been Chief, with whites out of a total even the semblance of inte- since been evident that law
the small consumer the biggest clip the close of Where it exists it is and
hedges, buy furniture on the time- working relationshipof Cowles Washington Bureau school registration 1,026- gration. legal procedures have
since the invention of barbering. It science with agriculture.This WASHINGTON- To indulgein 857. In Mississippi integration a local phenomenon and it proved insufficient to reform -

calls for a high sales tax, a repealof payment plan, drive year-old cars, required capital. Those a bit of statistical necro- does not exist at all. In South may be generally, as it has ingrained social cus-
and dig deep to educate children.We that had it got ahead. Those mancy, the public schools in Carolina there were 10 Ne- been in a few cases, merely toms. What the Attorney Gen-

the intangible and inventorytaxes who already had, or could the South will be completely groes in desegregated schoolsout temporary.ONE eral would be able to do un-

and continued tax protectionof cannot betray you. buy, large acreage, were ableto desegregated in about one of a total school registration CONCLUSION is der the new law which he
minerals do so. The Southeast, thousand years. of 627,451. Arkansas, witha very clear. In a decade of turmoil was not able to do in Alabama -
such vested interests as which had most of the na- total school registration of the federal governmenthas and Arkansas and Missis-
I So This would be the case if
and forestry. But the Burns tax program Sun casts its tion's farms because so many of 440,035, has 366 Negro students not been able to en- sippi seems rather marginal. -
the rate
swells campaign coffers. The lot with Robert King High, the ferocious were small, "one mule the desegregationsince Court de- in desegregated force, even by the use of U.S. The problem is not to
I little farms," was the slowest to Supreme schools.As combat troops, the integrationof get a court order on desegre-
is the little man. redhead main-
price yapping in our cision 10 ago is
get moving. and today, the the public school system. gation but to get such orders
is the in the Districtof
path. He stands between the tained. The gain in integra- case
Florida retreat from the land is nowhere How any educator can look complied with against people 1
(5)) But it is'on the issue of civil consumer and the Vested Interest. more rapid than in more tion is than at the one rate percent of a in little 10 tion Columbia has set, in.reverse Some integra-South- ahead 10, 20 or 50 years and who believe they, and not the

the states of the old Cotton schools say that the Supreme Court Supreme Court, are morally
border state
of Ne- and
The percentage ern
years. will then be enforced
South. ruling ethically and constituionally' 1

BLOC BACKS BURNS; 12 BACK OFF Latest Agricultural Department groes 11 Southern in desegregated states is schoolsin calculated now which resegregated were desegregated because are of requires an extraordinary gift right.

figures estimate that by the Southern Educa- the white migration to the of vision.It All kinds of tests have

about 1.5 million commercial tion Reporting Service at 1.18 suburbs. This has happened to is difficult to see how the proved the federal power

State Press Picks Favorites farmers produce more than percent-or 34,100 Negro students such a marked extent in the pending civil rights bill can supreme, both in the courts
90 per cent of all farm goods, out of a total white and District of Columbia that in affect this situation very and at the point of the bayonet -

food and fiber. Negro school registration of another 10 or 20 years there much. For 10 years the courts r.ld yet integration of the
That estimate is not static. 10,813,934. may be only a few thousand have been open to proceduresfor public schools in the South I

See today's editorial: "For Robert King High" The same agricultural ex- THE FIGURES in some individual white children in public the enforcement of the South has barely begun. The

perts predict that by 1968 69 states indicate how schools. Supreme Court ruling. The new bill would permit the At-
TALLAHASSEE (AP) Thirty-four Florida Orlando1 Sentinel; the Fort Lauderdale News; fewer than 1.5 million farm little has been accomplished. What has happened in the civil rights bill does little torney General to file suit in -

Newspapers- nave endorsed Haydon Burnsof the Jacksonville Journal; the Lakeland Led- ers will produce 100 per In Georgia there were South can scarcely be called more than to facilitate this court for desegregation if he
Jacksonville for governor. Seven have ger; the Lake Wales Highlander; the Orlando cent of all farm goods. Thatis receives signed complaints -
endorsed his opponent, Mayor Robert King Star;. the Titusville Star-Advocate; the St. but four or five years 1 and certification that

High of Miami. Augustine Record; the Pompano Beach Sun- ahead. aggrieved persons are un-

Sentinel, the Sanford Herald and the Cocoa What will become of the two able to initiate or maintain appropriate -
Twenty-two of Burns' endorsements came Tribune. million farmers who alreadyare legal proceedings.

from 'the bloc of papers owned by John H. in distress and who an- Voice of the WHEN THE ATTORNEY
Perry Jr. Some of the Perry papers have The newspapers that endorsed High were: nually fall farther behind in I People General has done this, and

already given their editorial support to Burns, farm competition? A new when he has also brought all

and the rest were expected to take similar The Daytona Beach Journal; the St. Peters- classification already is com- the voting rights cases, and

actions on, according to a Perry chain rep burg Times; the Gainesville Sun; the Clear- ing into use-"resident i a 1 of On The Sun's Opinion Page; has become involved in the
resentative.All water Sun; the Daytona Beach News; the farms." People live on them = cases to enforce equal access '

Key West Citizen; and the Miami News. and work in industry. They Opinions and comments of Sun readers are welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters to public accommodations, (
daily newspapers in Florida were poled will have a few chickens anda must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter shouldnot and to enforce equal 'employ ,
by the Associated Press, although the Newspapers planning to refrain from en- garden. But they will not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The ment opportunity, he will be r
totals contain some papers that publish dorsement were: even try to produce anythingfor Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or a very busy man.

weekly or bi-weekly. The Fort Myers 'News-Press, the Miami the market. intent. But there is not much In

Herald, the Sarasota Herald Tribune, the the history of the last 10
The Miami Herald, which endorsed three Tampa Tribune, the Bradenton Herald, the THAT WILL LEAVE overa Closed Center comes possible for irresponsible of the turning children.your It homes over welcom-to years to lead any attorney
conduct on the part a means
Democratic Candidates in the first primary Fort Pierce News-Tribune, the Hollywood Sun- million farmers who will be from others ing the opportunity to accept general to believe that he will
take -
few to
(former Sen. Fred 0. (Bud) Dickinson Tattler, the St. Petersburg Independent, the quitting voluntarily willbe Be Good away of these the responsibility for be able to do an effectivejob
May the using
West Palm Beach, Rep. Fred Karl of Volusla Sarasota Journal, the Tallahassee Democratand forced off-the land for privilege children's social activi- enforcing the law.
County, and Sen. John Mathews of Jack- the Tampa Times and the Collier County good. Experts now are saying facilities. your .
EDITOR, Sun: To those ties and letting the home be It is this which should be I
sonville), declined to endorse either candidate News._ fewer than 1.5 million farm- who wonder what to do now The closing of the centers the center for such activity.Too understood about the civil

in the second primary.The economics are not reliable be- that the inevitable closing of presents a challenge to a 11 rights bill so that the coun-
The Pensacola News and Journal and the cause they include perhaps young people and their par- long we have dependec' 'ry will be forewarned about
Herald said that the voters would find Palm Beach Post and Times, the PerrY' two million farmers who are the recreation centers has ents. It gives the youth of our on the public to be all thingsto .he agonies that will begin
become it makes it
the choice a difficult one. papers leading in the chain's circulation, not really to be classified as a reality, city an opportunity to use all people. It is high time with attempts to enforce it.
have already endorsed Burns., farmers. necessary for all of us to their ingenuity and imagination for the family to once againbe What is now in prospect Is I
cide and should be
The Jacksonville Journal, which endorsed The residence farm makes what can in the planning of their a strongly knit unit, and be something far greater thanthe
Burns said it was breaking a longstanding The Perry include if industrial done. This situation, which to the center life
papers the Avon Park sense or service own summer activities. We of all areas of bureaucracy which has
policy of the Florida Publishing Co. to re- Sun, the Deland Sun-News, the Delray Beach jobs are to be had within rea- many may appear to be be a disaster have what I believe is the fin- for those who live therein. grown up around the en-

frain from editorial endorsement. News-Journal the Eustis Lake Region News, sonable driving d i stance. good,thing could for very all easily concerned.a est set of young people to be How about you young pea forcement of the national labor ,
There are such farms smart
many found anywhere, laws. Under
the Fernandina Beach News Leader, the Fort pie along with parents, the civil ;
In'the May 5 first Democratic primary that have proved their worth. Recreation facilities are not enough to accept this opportunity your rights bill there are at least I
Burns and High each won editorial support Walton Beacn Playground News, the Kissim- Someone in the family must comparable to utilities. Each to demonstrate to those your friends, and their par four major categories of en-

from two newspapers. mee Gazette, the Lake City Reporter, the be willing to do the small individual family pays for the who are predicting a long, hot, ents holding a consultatiw forcement. We will see something
Leesburg Daily Commercial, the Jackson amount of gardening and car- amount of utilities used by troubled summer that they and coming up with a program which bears at least

Burns was supported by the Pensacola NPWS County Floridan at Marianna, the Melbourne ing for the poultry and, some- them, be it large or small in know how to keep this from of activities that w i 1 technical comparison with

and the Pensacola Journal and High by the Daily Times, the New Smyrna Beach News, times, an acre of cotton turnip volume. If one abuses the use happening.We make this the best summer the attempts to enforce the
West Citizen and the Miami News. the Ocala Star-Banner, the Palatka Daily you ever spent. I strongly expect -
Key greens, or some other of lights and water, it affectsno rationing and allocation regulations -
News, the Panama City News-Herald, the small market crop. But this one except thems e I v e s. have concerned,) parents you could get a lot of helpin during World Wir n,
Besides the Perry chain newspapers, the Pensacola News-Journal, the Gadsden County is not "farming." Public recreation is subject to who are ready and willing to planning such a program or with too enforcement of

following endorsed Burns: Times at Quincy, the Sebring News, the When we think of technol abuses also, however these help their children make plans from the City Recreation De- the National Industrial Recov-

Tavares-Lake County Citizen, and the Palm ogy we must think of agricul- abuses affect all individualsthat for a really memorable sum- partment. ery Act in the Great Depres-
The Florida Times-Union, Jacksonville; the Beach Post-Times. ture. participate. Thus it be mer. This does not mean MRS. B. D ADAMS sion.

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Nrm bark ilimrl! principle that led Crawford against others whose names The response of the people

RESTON County Pennsylvania (l8&) were on the ballot, as in the who had a chance to vote f
::, JOHN B. HAB4ISON, FreiUent and SOUTH By JAMES Goldwater in 1
and later the state of Wisconsin New Hampshire and Oregon for or against
The presi-
rablUheri TAT COWI ES tin Freildeatl NEW YORK I
r: ED JOHNSON Tie PretUent dential primary elections are ((1903)) to launch the primary primaries, he ran well behind these terms has been clear

.... Florida's t and Exeeutlt. Editori W. G. (Bin these system. and the trend of the votingwas enough. They have not res- .!
._0. Beautiful EBEB OLE. Tic FreiideBt and AdvertUinc By RALPH McGILL I widely regarded daysas unmistakable: The voters ponded as he said they would.
a Dlreat.rBOB TAKTAG- PnUu rib Winning P.blirt a confusing bore, but they Even within his own party '"
THE REPUBLICAN moderate and
University City' I CMtUtDtto conven- favoring progressive
Of U. Atlanta (Ga.) at
CtrcaU- performing
and are actually
LIONE. Vie. .
he has not been able to trans
tion in San Francisco will candidates far
lion M&BkfcbTHE least of'the function for
: part
.. which they were created in of course, still select the numbered those for the man fer his personal popularity I
party's presidential nominee, who made conservatism the into a majority, and the progressive
What the first place.Originally .
; SUN'S POLICY ,.' all candidateswere and most of the delegates basic test of the election. spirit of the party
which chose Willkie. Dewey ,
there will come from states
.. 1. Report the news fully and impartially in the news columns. nominated by party that do not have presidential THIS MUCH the primarieshave Eisenhower and Nixon has '

: 2. Express the opinions of the Sun In-but only in-editorials "" conventions, caucuses, assem- primary elections; but the done. They have chal- again proved to be strong.IT .
3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. Is A blies or congresses
? primaries, uneven and con- lenged the Goldwater view
: All ,. out any expression organ still that the mood of the countryis WAS NOT, therefore, the
The Sun's telephones: Department!-3728441For ized opinion by the voters fusing as they are, are
conservative and that the Lodge forces that started the
likely to have a democratizing
: Want Ads-376-4672 themselves, and it is perfectly -
under such effect on the final choice. people want to turn away from Stop-Goldwater movement by
clear that
.. ';. : Farmer? system, ,Senator Barry Gold- They have not indicated: the the progressive policies of the urging the voters of California Rocke- \
last generation.For to side with Governor
would be the choice of want but have
water man they they the rank and
feller. It was
any such gathering of Repub- stated fairly clearly the kindof most of the last 75 years
file of the Republican voters
WASHINGTON Thereis this country has been going
lican professionals. man they do not want.
I Robert King HighIf no more erroneous image Senator Thomas H. Bentonof Even in Nebraska, which through what Richard Hof- themselves, first in New .t.
and later in Ore
more faithfully and emotion- Missouri was one of the is supposed to be Goldwater stadter calls "The Age of Hampshire
ally held than that of "t h e and where Goldwa- Reform." This movement of
you want to pick a 'winner' at.a rights, the rights of the individual farm.. We all like it. We re- first that this political was an leaders undemocratic to argue ter's country name was the only one reform was set back in the gon.The professional Republican

glance, Haydon Burns holds a Negro in the state of Florida, wherewe treat in time 6f frustrationand method. "I am for the peopleto on the ballot the conserva- 1890s and again in the 1920s, Party workers, accordingly, \
find Burns' weaknessThe clamor to dreams of a less but most of the rest of this are faced with an awkward
'ticket to Tallahassee. greatest select, as well as elect, tive Arizona Senator got '
net of it, his opposition to the quiet, peaceful cottage set in their candidates," he wrotein than 50 percent of the vote. time the reforming tide has and ironical situation, The
.. a of trees with fields been strong. more Goldwater has declinedin
grove 1854 and this the Where he had to compete
of the ticket public accommodations clause was
But it's the price may and meadows of beauty There was first the agrarian the popularity polls and in

that bothers us. well cause the Florida Negro to "wait stretching far away. uprising that culminated in the contested primary returns,

until all of Africa is integrated before Alas and alack-the storyof BELOW OLYMPUS By Interlandi the Bryan campaign of 1896; the more the pros have pushedhim

: We don't delude ourselves -Burnsis he can buy a cup of coffee." today's farmer is some- then the Progressive move- toward the nomination.The .
ment from the turn of the voters in Oregon seem
else. The
a front-runner next Tuesday, :May
century to the outbreak of ed to realize this. They were
:26th. .. We have one alternative to Burns. Agriculture has been say- World
ing for at least 30 years that REPUBLICAN War I; then the New reading about Goldwater'sdelegate
He is a ferocious little redhead by there are more than a million CAMPAIGN and Fair Deals of the 1930's strength going over

.1 : name of Robert King High. He is too many farmers who HEADQUARTERS / lY and 40's, which the Eisenhower 500 just when they were goingto

Examine the evidence: yapping at our heels, attempting to are trying to scratch a living administration consolidatedand the polls and many of them
and the switched to Rockefeller
expanded, finally apparently
shift march from an impossible economic
from the
our popularto
YJN urban and scientific reformsof not because they liked
i i (1) Behind Burns is the most the purposeful. situation. Today that total is i fL
powerful perhaps two million. I ll ; l'Y. the last few years. him any better than before,
:, coalition in Florida history. / / 6I but because he was the only

The list includes powerful potentates Robert King High doesn't have THE IMPACT of technology I tiC GOLDWATER CAME upon man in the field who seemedto
the national be in to block
scene challenging a position
'of phosphates and mining, forestry, the backing of the business poten- nowhere is greater than in ag- r the federal government's- Goldwater.

banking, paper-making, citrus and tates. He does not have the backingof riculture. We tend to thinkof t I increasingly important role in

:railroads. powerful newspapers. He does not automation and new tech- C I 1't these reforms just at the moment THIS ISSUE bill be up again

have great financial resources. niques factories as applying and generallyto assemblylines. when the movement of in California. The question is I

Behind Burns is collectionof the American people off the whether the convention is to
(2)) a Not so. International :
land was at its height, and be representative of the wider
30 daily show- He just has guts. Minerals and Chemical
some newspapers, Corporation
when new experiments were Party, as expressed I
ing remarkable unanimity for the has announced, for ex- .i .
being made to extend social opinion of the Republican t
Florida press. Obviously they reflect He promises a minimum wage of ample, the development of a security at home and collec- primaries, or whether it is to

views of conservative publishersand $1.25 to help our depressed citizens.He computer much process guesswork that from removes tive security abroad.So follow the opinion of the pro- I

business backers. The real tip- promises no extension of the agricultural plantings. It is long as he was merelya Goldwater party caucuses. I
of conservatism in Rockefeller, by his persist
off is the endorsement of Burns by sales tax. He promises to tax for done, company reports say, symbol
has at least the
the Senate, talking primarilyto ence, given
the railroad-owned Florida Times- the first time such privileged indus and soil information from partisan audiences, his California voters an opporu- I

Union, an arch-reactionary which tries as phosphates and papermaking. over the eastern two thirds J 1 J views were not minutely nity to hold the question open
of the country into a com
hasn't endorsed a candidate for 50 He advocates a sensible racial it is claimed studied, but in the primary until the convention meets in
puter. -
They can
years. program in which defiance of the forecast critical, root !Jaj o r +,usy ca t ems, campaigns they were. For the July in San Francisco. He
first time, his policies had to cannot save himself, but if
law has no part. He advocates a soil moisture four months in
be considered seriously in he beats Goldwater in the
(3)) Behind Burns are unlimited financial Board of Regents for the university advance and soil tempera- "Let's concentrate on Johnson's bad points. One, presidential terms as the policies June 2 California primary he

resources. The first primary system. tures four weeks in advancefor he's a reckless driver, two, he pulls dog's ears; he would actually adoptif will at least give his partya
each local
cost Burns $1.13 per vote, as con area. three, he's from Texas 1"! nominated and elected. chance to debate the issue.
The machine then
can rec-
trasted with 45 cents per vote for As a business enterprise, chances ommend, weeks ahead, whento

opponent Robert King High. In are the Gainesville Sun would plant, what variety of seed

I total cost, the Burns campaign ap- profit most by election of Haydon will do best, how far apart to ENFORCEMENT WOULD TAKE MASSIVE BUREAUCRACYIntegration

proaches $700,000, the High cam- Burns. Other businesses, includingthe plant rows, and what fertilizer -

paign 200000. bulk of the Florida press, figure mix will get best results.

the odds that way. How that service many "farmers"? can buy 1,000 Years Hence?

(4)) The Burns' tax program we

have repeatedly opposed. It gives But the Sun feels acutely its obligation THE STORY OF agricul- By RICHARD WILSON 177 Negroes attending schools token integration. It is not process. But it has long

to those who clip their own ture since about 1940 has been Chief, with whites out of a total even the semblance of inte- since been evident that law

the small consumer the biggest clip hedges, buy furniture on the time- the close working relationshipof Cowles Washington BureauWASHINGTON school registration of 1,026- gration. Where it exists it is and legal procedures have

since the invention of barbering. It science with agriculture.This To indulgein 857. In Mississippi integrationdoes a local phenomenon and it proved insufficient to reform

calls for a high sales tax, a repealof payment plan, drive year-old cars, required capital. Those a bit of statistical necro- not exist at all. In South may be generally, as it has ingrained social cus-
and dig deep to educate children.We that had it got ahead. Those mancy, the public schools in Carolina there were 10 Negroes been in a few cases, merely toms. What the Attorney Gen-

the intangible and inventorytaxes who already had, or could the South will be completely in desegregated schoolsout temporary.ONE eral would be able to do un-

and continued tax protection cannot betray you. buy, large acreage were ableto desegregated in about one of a total school registration CONCLUSION is der the new law which he
do so. The Southeast, thousand years. of 627451. Arkansas, witha very clear. In a decade of turmoil was not able to do in Alabama
I of such vested interests as minerals which had most of the na- total school registration of the federal governmenthas and Arkansas and Missis-
I So This would be the case if
and forestry. But the Burns tax program the Gainesville Sun casts its tion's farms because so many of f 440,035, has 366 Negro students not been able to en- sippi seems rather marginal.
the rate desegregation
swells campaign coffers. The lot with Robert King High, the ferocious were small, "one mule since the Supreme Court decision in desegregated force, even by the use of U.S. The problem is not to
i little farms," was the slowest to schools.As combat troops, the integrationof get a court order on desegre-
is the little man. redhead yapping in 10 is main-
price our ago
get moving. and today, the the public school system. gation but to get such orders
is the in the Districtof
path. He stands between the Florida tained. The gain in integra- case
retreat from the land is nowhere How any educator can look complied with against people
(5)) But it is on the issue of civil consumer and the Vested Interest. more rapid than: in tion is than at the one rate percent of a in little 10 tion Columbia has set, in.reverse Some integra-South- ahead 10, 20 or 50 years and who believe they, and not the

the states of the old Cot ton more schools say that the Supreme Court Supreme Court, are morally-
The percentage of Ne- ern and border state
South. ruling will then be enforced ethically and constituionaUV
BLOC BACKS BURINS 12 BACK OFF groes in desegregated schoolsin which were desegregated are requires an extraordinary gift right.
; Latest Agricultural Department 11 Southern states is calcu- now resegregated because of
figures estimate that lated by the Southern Educa- the white migration to the of vision.It All kinds of tests have

about 1.5 million commercial tion Reporting Service at 1.18 suburbs. This has happened to is difficult to see how the proved the federal power

State Press Picks FavoritesSee farmers produce more than percent-or 34,100 Negro students such a marked extent in the pending civil rights bill can supreme, both in the courts
90 per cent of all farm goods, out of a total white and District of Columbia that in affect this situation very and at the point of the bayonet -

food and fiber. Negro school registration of another 10 or 20 years there much. For 10 years the courts and yet integration of the .
That estimate is not static. 10813934. may be only a few thousand have been open to proceduresfor public schools in the South I

today's editorial: "For Robert King High" The same agricultural ex- THE FIGURES in some individual white children in public the enforcement of the South has barely begun. The

perts predict that by 1968 69 states indicate how schools. Supreme Court ruling. The new bill would permit the At-
TALLAHASSEE (AP) Thirty-four Florida Orlando Sentinel; the Fort Lauderdale News; fewer than 1.5 million farm little has been accomplished. What has happened in the civil rights bill does little torney General to file suit in

Newspapers. nave endorsed Haydon Burnsof the Jacksonville Journal; the Lakeland Led- ers will produce 100 per In Georgia there were South can scarcely be called more than to facilitate this court for desegregation if he
Jacksonville for governor. Seven have ger; the Lake Wales Highlander; the Orlando cent of all farm goods. Thatis receives signed complaints

endorsed his opponent, Mayor Robert King Star; the Titusville Star-Advocate; the St. but four or five years and certification that

High of Miami.Tventytwo Augustine Record; the Pompano Beach Sun- ahead. aggrieved persons are unable

Sentinel, the Sanford Herald and the Cocoa What will become of the two to initiate or maintain ap-

of Burns' endorsements came Tribune. million farmers who alreadyare propriate legal proceedings.

from ,the bloc of papers owned by John H. in distress and who an- Voice of the WHEN THE ATTORNEY

Perry Jr. Some of the Perry papers have The newspapers that endorsed High were: nually fall farther behind in I People General has done this, and

already given their editorial support to Burns, farm competition? A new when he has also brought all

and the rest were expected to take similar The Daytona Beach Journal; the St. Peters- classification already is com- the voting rights cases, and t

actions on, according to a Perry chain rep- burg Times; the Gainesville Sun; the Clear- ing into use-"resident i a 1 On The Sun's Opinion Page has become involved in the
resentative.All water Sun; the Daytona Beach News; the farms." People live on them : ; cases to enforce equal accessto

Key West Citizen; and the Miami News. and work in industry. They Opinions and comments of Sun readers are welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters public accommodations,
daily newspapers in Florida were palled will have a few chickens anda must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter shouldnot and to enforce equal employ
by the Associated Press, although the Newspapers planning to refrain from en- garden. But they will not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The ment opportunity, he will bea
totals contain some papers that publish dorsement were: even try to produce anythingfor Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writers meaning or very busy man.

weekly or bi-weekly. The Fort Myers 'News-Press, the Miami the market. intent. But there is not much in

Herald, the Sarasota Herald Tribune, the the history of the last 10
turning to
for irresponsible
your over
The Miami Herald, 'which endorsed three Tampa Tribune the Bradenton Herald, the THAT WILL LEAVE overa Closed CenterMay comes conduct possible on the part of a the children. It means welcom- years to lead any attorney
Democratic Candidates in the first primary Fort Pierce News-Tribune the Hollywood Sun- million farmers who will be from others ing the to general to believe that he will
take opportunity accept -
few to
(former Sen. Fred O. (Bud) Dickinson, ,of Tattler, the St. Petersburg Independent, the quitting voluntarily willbe Be Good the away of using these the responsibility for be able to do an effectivejob

West Palm Beach, Rep. Fred Karl of Valusia Sarasota Journal, the Tallahassee Democratand forced off-the land for privilege. children's social activi- enforcing the law.
County, and Sen. John Mathews of Jacksonville the Tampa Times and the Collier County gc d. Experts now are saying EDITOR, Sun: To those ties and letting the home'be It is this which should be
) declined to endorse either candidate News. fewer than 1.5 million the centers
farm- closing of
who wonder what to do now the center for such activity.Too understood about the civil
in the second primary. economics are not reliable because that the inevitable closing of presents a challenge to a 11 rights bill so that the coun-
The Pensacola News and Journal and the they include perhapstwo has young people and their par- long we have dependec' ry will be forewarned about
the recreation centers
The Herald said that the voters would find Palm Beach Post and Times, the Perry million farmers who are become it makes it ents. It gives the youth of our on the public to be all thingsto the agonies that will begin

the choice a difficult one. papers leading in the chain's circulation, not really to be classified as a reality for all,of to decide .city an opportunity to use all people. It is high time with attempts to enforce it. '

have already endorsed Burns.. farmers. necessary what and should us be their ingenuity and imagination for the family to once againbe What is now in prospect is I
The Jacksonville Journal, which endorsed The residence farm makes can in the planning of their a strongly knit unit, and be something far greater than
done. This situation which to
Burns, said it was breaking a longstanding The Perry papers include the Avon Park sense if industrial or service own summer activities. We the center of all areas of life the bureaucracy which has

policy of the Florida Publishing Co. to refrain Sun, the Deland Sun-News, the 'Delray Beach jobs are to be had within rea- many may could appear to be a be disaster a- have what I believe is the finest for those who live therein. grown up around the enforcement
from editorial ,endorsement.In sonable driving d i stance. very easily of to be
News-Journal, the Eustis Lake Region News, good thing for all concerned. set young people How about you young peo- of the national labor J
There are such farms found smart
anywhere laws.
many ,
the Fernandina Beach News Leader the Fort with Under the civil
ple along parents
the May 5 first Democratic primary. that have proved their worth. Recreation facilities are not enough to accept this opportunity your rights bill there are at least !
Burns and High each won editorial support Walton Beach Playground News, the Kissim- Someone in the family must comparable to utilities. Each to demonstrate to those your friends, and their par our major categories of en-

from two newspapers. mee Gazette, the Lake City Reporter, the be willing to do the small individual family pays for the who are predicting a long hot, ents holding a consultation forcement. We will see .Something
Leesburg Daily Commercial, the Jackson amount of gardening and car- amount of utilities used by troubled summer that they and coming up with a program which bears at least

Burns was supported by the Pensacola News County Floridan at Marianna, the Melbourne ing for the poultry and, some- them, be it large or, small in know how to keep this from of activities that w i 1 !technical comparison with f
and the Pensacola Journal and High by the Daily Times the New Smyrna Beach News, times of make this the best summer
an acre cotton, tur- volume. If one abuses the use happening.We the attempts to enforce the
Key West Citizen and the Miami News. the Ocala Star-Banner, the Palatka Daily nip greens, or some other of lights and water it affectsno you ever spent. I strongly expect rationing and allocation regulations
News the Panama News-Herald the small market have concerned parents you could get a lot of helpin
City crop. But this one except thems elves. during World Wir n,
Besides the Perry chain newspapers the Pensacola News-Journal, the Gadsden County is not "farming." Public recreation is subject to who are ready and willing to planning such a program or with tbe enforcement of

following) endorsed Burns: Times at Quincy, the Sebring News, the When we think of technol abuses also, however these help their children make plans from the City Recreation De- the National Industrial Recov-

Tavares-Lake County Citizen, and the Palm ogy we must think of agricul abuses affect all individualsthat for a really memorable sum- partment. ery Act in the Great Depres
The Florida Times-Union, Jacksonville; the Beach Post-Tlmes. ture. participate. Thus it be- mer. This does not mean MRS. B. D ADAMS slon.

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I UF to HoldInstitute Respiratory Disease Today In History Vote May 26 i 1

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS been lost on a plane shot down!
by an Army Air Force pilot, Lt.!'
Drive Starts HereA Today is Thursday, May 21, Col Thomas Lanphier, over the: ARTHUR W.THOMPSON.
I On SpanishFiftyeight :the 142nd day of 1964. There are Pacific. tl
,224 days left in the year.Today's I
high school teachers -' six-week-long drive to alert ings, s ettin g up information highlight in history: In 1948, President Harry S.:
area residents to the symptoms! booths manned by nursing Truman urged Congress to ad-'
and supervisors: of Spanish On this date in 1881, Clara
throughout the United States I'of respiratory disease (RD) is students and circulatingRD Barton founded the American mit Alaska to statehood. i I
were announced today as 1961 being launched here by the symptoms material. Association of the Red Cross, Ten years ago The Senate: Thompson has demonstrated in his business and ,\ I
participants in the Universityof Tuberculosis Association.It's Working in the campaign as the forerunner of the organization -rejected a proposal by President: his public service that he can get things done and ,,. .
D. Eisenhower to lower
part of a national "RD chairmanwill Dwight I
Florida's Foreign Language committee and area we have today.On
the from 21 to 18 that he can get along with people.
.. Symptoms Alert. Bethel, voting age
June 17 Aug. 5. be E.A. (Pete) pub- this date
This is the fourth consecutive I Bill Ewing of Storter Printing licity; Joe Alvarez and Dr.Ed- In 1856, Lawrence, Kan was',years. I Thompson has the ABILITY and ENERGY to serve
year the University has been Company is chairman of the ward Byrne, speakers bureau; raided by a pro-slavery force of Five years ago -The United Alachua County with an honest, efficient and businesslike _
I named to conduct such an insti- alert in Alachua County. Luke Hart and W. T. Bridges, armed men, leading to a retalia- Arab Republic seized a Danish administration.
tute under sponsorship of the I The drive doesn't involve any industries and agencies; Dr. David -tory raid by John Brown at freighter as it started to enter:
National Defense Education solicitation of contributions, but Biber and Lois Knowles, Dutch Henry's Crossing.In the Suez Canal with an Israeli' (Pd. Adv)
Act. It is designed to improve is purely an educational activity.medical and nursing; and J. cargo. I
# language competency and demonstrate -financed: by Christmas seal I Cox and Ruth Sawyer, informa- 1927, Charles A. Lindbergh ..
reached Paris after the first solo
the latest method of Funds. tion booths; .
f teaching foreign languages. Explaining the TB Associa- Mre. Ruby McNair and Mrs. flight across the Atlantic.In
1937, Soviet plane landedat
t Under the direction of Dr. tions interest in respiratory diseases -W. a. Edwards, Archer; Mrs. a ""
Pole, the first
the North step
Irving Wershow, associate professor local president Joe Al- Emery Williams and Mrs. R.
t" of Spanish at the Uni- varez said, "Naturally there is M. Fugate, Alachua; Mrs. L. for regular air communication
between Russia and Americaover
versity, the institute emphasizesthe a relationship among all diseases -W. Register, Mrs. Phelps Floyd the polar region.In .PLSCQU..ff.SALE
audio-linqual appraoch rather of the breathing system. and T. R. Barber, High Springs; 1943, the Tokyo radio ad .
I than the so-called grammar The sooner all respiratory diseases -Mrs. James Phillips, Haw- Admiral
I translation method. are controlled, the soon- thorne; and Mrs. J. M. Brown, mitted that Japanese .. ..I. ,
Isoroku Yamamoto, who directed ____
The participants use only er eradication of TB will be _
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Spanish language during their possible." the Pearl Harbor attack, had /f: <" ;, .'."

; seven-week stay on the cam- Motto of the drive is, "Shortof United States Antarctic 'J : < =:
I < :
pus. They may earn nine credit Breath Cough too much Research Program will place ... : ;
hours for their work. Don't take chances with respiratory -heavy emphasis during the next' 42 COLORS IN STOCK PER r:::t .l # ..' r AT '
Among the 58 selected to at- disease. See your doctor." two years in upper atmosphereand I in.Qtf! TILE
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4 Gainesville Sun 21 1964' ,.
Thursday, May 3t I

T. D. Davis, moderator, will sion which was authorized by

CONSCIENCE COLORED NEWS convene at the Bethel Light the 1963 State Legislature to

Baptist Church with Rev. D. A. form policies for the administration -

Williams, pastor, at Orange of the student loan fund,
OFI B. F. Childs Colored News Editor Heights, May 29-31. lists the local institution as one

' : ( &Utt CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS 'will be Mrs. C. Hathcock, of The officers are as follows: of 46 where Florida's studentscan

!Jiafnt5uille I I If Mt. Pleasant Methodist -!Alachua. Both young laides are Rev. D. A. Williams, president: study via this fund.

THE r4 Choir No. 2 will have its re- outstanding in the field of edu- ,,Rev. P. J. Cason, vice presi- i Richard C. Smith, Director of

, .. hearsal today, 7:30 p.m. Edell cation and also interesting [dent; Mrs. Ruth Maxwell, sec Services at Gibbs JC, in co n-
Turner, president; Richard speakers. retary; Deacon D. A. Williams, firming Gibbs' participation in

....., JOHN B.. BAR4ISON. President and SOUTHBy Parker, organist.The i Music for the day will be treasurer; Deacon H. Gaskins, the new loan program, added
: Pabliibcrt PAT COWLES. Vie Presl- fourth and last Quarterly I|furnished by the ladies' choir. chairman of finance committee; that there are 30 junior collegesthat
.;. 't dents ED JOHNSON. Vie. President
Conference will be Friday, Rev. A. Jenkins, Bible instructor will receive funds
G. (Bill
Florida's Beautiful 1 Ci te;, and EBEKSOLE.Ezeentit Tie Editor President W. and Ad- RALPH McGILL I I 7:30 p.m. All officers are requested -,FLORAL COURT NOTICEThe I ; Deacon R. Franklin, Sunday and Gibbs has the fifth largest -

: 'University City' Tertlslnc Directors BOB TARTAG- I Pulltier Priie Winning Publisher to be present. The pas Floral Court Lodge No. School Superintendent; Mrs. allocation, $6,750 based on
LIONE. Tie President *nd OreuU- Of the Atlanta. (Ga.) ConstitutionWhtt tor is asking that all Commission 54 will meet at the home of 0. M. Rentz, Baptist Training' an enrollment of 727 full time

Lion Mtn (er. chairmen to please have, Mrs. Janie Washington, 510 NW I Union president; Deacon 0. students at Gibbs during the

written reports. The District Su- 7th Ave., on Friday, May 22, Johnson, choir president; Mrs. 1963 fall semester.He .

POLICY perintendent will be our guest- at 8 p.m. Mrs. Dollie Parrish, Bernice Gaskin, chorister; also "cknowledged that
: preacher for Sunday morning. reporter. James Hayes, pianist; Deacon prospective high school seniors -

: .. 1. Report the news fully and impartially in the news columns. Rev. W. M. Ferguson, pastor. H. Fort, chairman of the program j have already made applications -
s. 2. Express the opinions of the Sun In-but only in-editorials Church of the Living God PLANS PROGRAMThe committee; Levi Griffin, to enroll in Gibbs JC next

: 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. Is A (Sugar Hill) The Heavenly Greater Ft. Clark Bap-! Sr., chairman of solicitors; H. fall via this loan. "We will be
Gospel Singers will render a tist Church is sponsoring a program : Roundtree, chairman of the able to approve loans for a full
; The Sun's telephones: All Deartments-372-8441 musical program today, 8 p.m.; entitled "Choirs In Pa- Ushers' Board; and Mrs. M. M. year for approximately 30 full-

: Want Ads-376-4672 ','. .;"';, and Elder Armstrong, pastor, rade" at the, church Tqe. day, Middleton, reporter.JONESVILLE time students and one Central

-.. -'",. Farmer? and his congregation will con:May 26, at 8 p.m. with Little Florida High School has 10 prospective
duct a joint service Friday, 8 Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist NEWS June graduates who
p.m. Bishop M. M. Williams, Church in charge. Rev. W. A. have already applied for the

pastor; Mrs. Lelia Miles, re- Myles, pastor; Mrs. Mayola I TRIP PLANNEDThe Pleasant Plain Methodist loan to attend Gibbs JC."
WASHINGTON There porter. Chatman, reporter; Henry Smith said the loans are madeto
For Robert
is School will to the
King High no more erroneous image Emanuel Baptist Sunday i Myles, president. go individual students who have
beach 23. The
more faithfully and emotion- on Saturday, May
School, 10 a.m. morning worship been legal residents of Floridafor
; will children at the
ally held than that of "t h bus pick up
: If you want to pick a 'winner' at rights, the rights of the individual farm." We all like it. We 11 a.m.; and Baptist Train- SLATES PROGRAMThe church at 9 a.m. the past three years. The

.. a glance, Haydon Burns holds a Negro in the state of Florida, wherewe treat in time of frustrationand re- ing Union, 5 p.m. Choir No.. Progressive Choirs' Union The children are urged to,I maximum which may be borrowed -
\2 will have its rehearsal Monday with Levi Griffin, president, their bath suits. Ladis in any year is the amount
: ticket to Tallahassee. find Burns' greatest weakness clamor to dreams of a 730 p.m.; there will be will hold its program at the Mt. bring Ross, superintendent of Sunday c' the tuition and registrationfees.

The net of it, his opposition to the quiet, peaceful cottage set in prayer meeting Tuesday, 7:30 Olive Primitive Baptist Church School Rev. Lonnie Zimmer- .

: But it's the price of the ticket public accommodations clause, may a and grove of trees, with fields p.m.; and Choir No. 1 will have Sunday at 3 p.m. man, ;pastor.PROBLEMS. Applications for the state loan
meadows of
that bothers us. well cause the Florida Negro to "wait stretching far beauty its rehearsal Thursday, 7:30 The public is invited. are made directly to the College
away. p.m. Rev. T. D. Davis, pastor; which in turn approves or rejects -
until all of Africa is be- OUTLINED
integrated Alas and alack-the storyof Mrs. M. E. Middleton, reporter. NOTICE I requests for loans. Students -
: We don't delude ourselvesBurns fore he can buy a cup of coffee." today's farmer is something New Salem Baptist Sunday The Choral Group of Juvenil pProblems ST. PETERSBURG (FAMU) who attend junior colleges

-. i is a front-runner next Tuesday, May else. The Departmentof School, 10 a.m.; and morning Lodge No. 113 is asked to meet that Negro leaders get special preference if the y

u 26th. We have one alternative to Burns. Agriculture has been say- worship, 11:30 a.m. Rev. C. J. for its final rehearsal at the face were outlined here duringthe of enroll in senior colleges. Interest -

I He is a ferocious little redhead by'name ing for at least 30 years that Johnson, pastor; Mrs. P. L. home of Master Donald Ross, of 18th annual short course is 4 per cent per year,
Managers' Association
! there are more than a mil. Scott, reporter. 704 SW 5th Terrace, Friday at the City "Institutions that do not use
4 of Robert King'High.. He is lion too many farmers who Archer Church of God in 5:30 p.m.NOTICE by Dr. Charles U. their allocations will have the

J Examine the evidence: yapping at our heels, attempting to are trying to scratch a living Christ Church School, 10 Smith, professor and head of f remainder redistributed to other -

shift our march from the popular .. from i an impossible economicsituation. |a.m.; morning worship, 11:30: All juvenile members of the Department of Sociology at institutions that show a greater

J (1) Behind Burns is the most pow- to the purposefull. Today that total is a.m.; and evening worship, 7 Lodge No. 113, who plan to take Florida A&M University. need for the funds," Smith
perhaps two million. p.m. Elder J. C. Carter, pastor. May 24, are asked to meet at Eighty-two city managersfrom said.
erful coalition in Florida history. -H
Johnson Chapel Baptist -i the home of Mrs. P. L. Scott, municipalities throughoutthe The local institution also receives -
\' -.:; The list includes powerful potentates Robert King High", doesn't have THE IMPACT of technology Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.; and o 614 SW 3rd Street Sunday at state heard the FAMU pro NDEA funds to provide

J I of phosphates and mining, forestry, the backing of the business poten- nowhere is greater than in ag- B.T.U., 6 p.m. There will be'I 5:30: a.m. Cars will leave for fessor point out how Negro loans for needy students.

) banking, paper-making, citrus and tates. He does not have the backingof riculture. We tend to thinkof Deacons' Board Meeting, Wednesday Tampa 6 a.m. sharp.TO I leaders must demonstrate bona In addition to Dr. Smith,
I' : automation and new tech- May 27, 8 p.m.; and fide efforts at being made to speakers at the city managers'
railroads. powerful newspapers. He does not I lose
PRESENTROGRAM achieve their goals or they
t niques as applying generally Friday, May 29, 8 meeting included Dr. Lewis M.
have great financial resources. to factories and assembly p.m. Rev. W. J. Taylor, pastor; The Undenominational Choirs' their following."No Killian, professor of sociologyat
f Ir I 7 (2) Behind Burns is a collection'of lines. Not so. International [Mrs. Harriet Jones, reporter. Union will present its program legitimate and sincere Florida State University Tal

some 30 daily newspapers, showing He just has guts. Minerals and Chemical Corpo- entitled "Choirs In Parade" at t activity by any group or per lahassee, and Dr. Charles M. ,
MICANOPY NEWS ,the Second Morning Star Baptist son can be opposed by Negro Grigg, professor sociology and
I remarkable unanimity for the ration has announced, for ex- -
is in
Presents Operetta Church, May 25 at 8 p.m. leaders, if the activity director of the Institute for
ample, the development of
t Florida press. Obviously they reflect He promises a minimum wage of a Grades first through fourthof I interest of civil rights, "the Social Research at Florida

1 views of conservative publishersand $1.25 to help our depressed citizens.He moves computer much process guesswork that from re- Micanopy Elementary School SPECIAL NOTICE Tallahassee sociol o g i s t de State University.Dr. .

business backers. The real tip- promises no extension of the agricultural plantings. It is will present their Annual Spring The Female Protection So- clared. Killian termed as "un
sales Operetta, entitled "Goldilock's ciety No. 1 will hold its monthlym "The Negro leadership must realistic" the of
off is the endorsement of Burns by tax. He promises to tax for done, company reports say, appointment
Adventure" in the cafetorium eting Sunday, May 24, at 3 constantly have an issue, must one biracial committee to solve
the railroad-owned Florida Times- first time such privileged indus- soil information from if it
of the school on Friday at 8 p.m. in the dining hall of the be working on something, a community's problems. He
1 Union, an arch-reactionary which tries as phosphates and papermaking. over ot the the eastern into two thirds (p.m., sponsored jointly by Mrs. Greater Ft. Clark Baptist I is to keep its following," Dr. suggested, instead, one committee

hasn't endorsed a candidate for 50 He advocates a sensible racial country a com- Nancylee P. Gill and MissIla Church. Smith said.Negroes to deal perhaps with
puter. it is claimed
They .
I\ years. program in which defiance of the, forecast 'critical root M. Payton. The dues are to be paid into are the no proposals longer content of the. racial problems in government.

law has no part. He advocates soil moisture four months in full during the meeting. accept and other committees to work
white structure on race
(3) Behind Burns are unlimited fi- Board of Regents for the university .advance'- and :soil temperatures There will be the observance COURT NOTICE relations, the FAMU professor: in other areas of community

nancial resources. The first primary system.As four weeks in advancefor of Women's Day at the Bartley The Priscilla Court No. 296, asserted. Whites have never life.Ideally, Dr. Killian said, Ne

cost Burns $1.13 per vote, as contrasted each local area. Temple Methodist Church Sun H. of J. will meet Friday, May been able to solve the problems', gro leaders should be appointed
The machine can then rec day. The schedule of servicesis 22 at 8 Mrs. E. M. Daniels he stated because to the white
t with 45 cents per vote for a business enterprise, chancesare p.m. to such committees not because
the ommend, weeks ahead, whento as follows: Church School, M.A.M.; Rev. D. E. White, W. leaders, civil rights is a matterof : they are Negroes, but because
opponent Robert King High. In Gainesville Sun would
plant, what variety of seed 9:45 a.m.; morning worship, 11 'J. principle, whereas to the. they are leaders.
total cost, the Burns campaign approaches profit most by election of Haydon will do best, how far apart to a.m.; and evening worship, 7 Negro it is a matter of exist. Dr. Grigg outlined three racial -

$700,000, the High cam- Burns. Other businesses, includingthe plant rows, and what fertiliz.er p.m.The NOTICE ence. situations in which cities

paign $200,000. bulk of the Florida press, figure mix will get best results. speaker during the morning The First Division Ministersand : Dr. Smith warned his listeners ,, find themselves:

:: the odds that way. How many "farmers" can buy worship will be Mrs. L. J. Deacons Union, auxiliaryof that race relations is a continuing ((1)) Some cities fail to recognize -
,I that service? Martin, of Ocala, and the speaker the Jerusalem Missionary problem, and if the pre dissatisfaction the
I any on
(4)) The Burns' tax program we leaders do not find
during the evening worship Baptist Association, with Rev. ent Negro part of Negro residents and
have repeatedly opposed. It gives But the Sun feels acutely. its obli- THE STORY OF agriculture new problems to 7ork on, others feel the old patterns of leadership .

gation to those who clip their own since about 1940 has been BELOW OLYMPUS will. still
.. the small consumer the biggest clip By Interlandi! are satisfactory.
Most cities have commissioners
the close
hedges, buy furniture on the time- working relationshipof ((2)) Other cities find the old
since the invention of barbering. It science with agriculture.This of fire and police. Dr. Smith
payment plan, drive year-old cars, REPUBLICAN Florida pattern of "accommodating"Negro
said. He suggested to the -
calls for a high sales tax, a repealof required capital. Those CAMPAIGN leadership being chal
dig deep to educate children.We that had it got ahead. Those City managers that consideration
lenged by more militant 1 leaders
intangible inventory
of commissioner of
who already had, or could a but have felt no overt ac
I taxes, and continued tax protectionof cannot betray ,you buy, large acreage, were ableto human relations to anticipate tion by Negroes.

I such vested interests as minerals do so. The Southe a s t, I r yij K problems and suggest their solutions (3)) The last category outlinedby
toi arise.
which had most of the na ll they Dr. Grigg that
was of cities
I and forestry. But the Burns tax: pro- So the.Gainesville Sun casts its tion's farms because so many Ih In answer to a question, Dr. which have recognized basic

gram swells campaign coffers. The lot with Robert King High, the ferocious were small, "one mule Smith said it is difficult for al I differences and which have at-

price is the little man. little redhead yapping in our farms," was the slowest to I'fi'rJ Negro leader in biracial to operate committees."If anonymously tempted to establish cononittees
get moving. and today, the toC to discuss grievances.
path. He stands between the Florida he does he's Dr.
retreat from the land is
T Dr.
.. (5) But it is on the issue of civil consumer and the Vested Interest. than nowhere ) Smith said.Negroes Grigg pointed out that
more rapid in factors which minimize
-. the states of the old Cot ton too, like racial peace are general change
South. A'l and harmony Dr. Smith declared community pressures

BLOC BACKS BURNS; 12 BACK OFF Latest Agricultural Depart t !accept, and bona they fide are efforts willing to to and the to hesitancy preserve the of city status courtsto quo

ment .figures estimate that achieve that goal. But peace abide by higher court rulings.

about '1.5 million. commercial and harmony won't be achieved -

: State Press Picks Favorites farmers:produce more' than he indicated, until Negroesare ,NEWBERRY ELEMENTARY
90,.per cent of, all farm goods, assured of their rights.ST. SCHOOL NEWS

food and fiber. l: PETERSBURG The The P.T.A. of Newberry Ele-
That estimate is not static. ; State Department of Educationhad Imentary School will present its
See today's editorial: "For Robert King High" The same agricultural ex- selected Gibbs Junior College Talent Show on Friday May 22,

TALLAHASSEE (AP) Thirty-four Florida Orlando Sentinel; the Fort Lauderdale News perts predict that by 1968 69 i9L to participate in a programto I at 8 p.m. The program is sponsored -

Newspapers have endorsed Haydon Burnsof the Jacksonville Journal; the Lakeland Led;_ fewer than 1.5 million farm provide college loans to Florida jointly by Mrs. Viviloria
will I'I
ers produce .100
Jacksonville for governor. Seven have ger; the Lake Wales Highlander the Orlando per students for tuition and registration 'Jackson, and other persons of
; cent-of all farm goods. Thatis SIJt ia fi% Alf4Ztmes fees. !I the! community. .
endorsed his opponent, 'Mayor Robert King Star; the Titusville Star-Advocate the St.
; but four or five'yea r s "Let's concentrate on Johnson's bad points. One, The State Department, working ":
High of Miami.Twentytwo Augustine Record; the Pompano Beach Sun- ahead. reckless driver he The purpose of this program
he's a two, pulls dog's ears; with the Florida Student
Sentinel, the Sanford Herald and the Cocoa: What will become of the two three, he's from Texas !" Scholarship and Loan Comm-!is to raise funds for securing
Burns' endorsements
of came Tribune. million farmers who lights for the Softball field. According -
from the bloc of papers owned by John H. in distress and who alreadyare to Principal C. H. Hath

'Perry Jr. Some of the Perry papers have The newspapers that endorsed High were: nually fall farther behind an-in :cock, lighting facilities will improve
their editorial support to Burns, the recreation
already given farm competition? A new Voice of the People program,
and the rest were expected to take similar The Daytona Beach Journal; the St. Peters classification already is com and provide the communitywith

actions on, according to a Perry chain rep. burg Times; the Gainesville Sun; the Clear; ing' into*. use-"resident i a.1 wholesome entertainment.We .
resentative. water Sun; the Daytona Beach News; the farms." People live on them i parents and friends of the f'

Key West Citizen; and the Miami News. and work in industry. They -=On The Sim's Opinion Page; Newberry Elementary School
All daily newspapers in Florida were poll- community are asked to support
will have a few chickens anda I
ed by the Associated Press, although the Newspapers planning to refrain from en garden. But they will not Opinions and comments of Sun readers. arc welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters this project, by attending this
totals contain some papers that publish dorsement were: even try to produce must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should show.
anything t not exceed 500 words and must be written side of the Poetry be There will be
weekly or biweekly.The The Fort Myers News-Press, the Miami on only one paper. cannot used. The t a Fashion Review
Herald the the market. Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or along with a Music Ap
Sarasota Herald Tribune, the I intent.
Miami Herald, which endorsed three Tampa Tribune, the Bradenton Herald, the THAT WILL LEAVE over Closed Center comes possible for irresponsible turning your homes over to I preciation hour on May 29 at 8

Democratic candidates, in the first primary Fort Pierce News-Tribune the Hollywood Sun- a million farmers who will be : conduct on the part of a the children. It means welcom- :p.m. The public is invited.

(former Sen. Fred 0. (Bud) Dickinson of Tattler, the St. Petersburg Independent, the quitting voluntarily will few to take away from others ing the opportunity to ac- I There will be NO admision.

West Palm Beach,.Rep. Fred Karl of.Volusia Sarasota Journal, the Tallahassee Democratand be forced off-the land for May: Be Good the privilege of using these cept the responsibility for

County, and, Sen. John Mathews of Jack- the Tampa Times and the Collier County good. Experts now are saying facilities. your children's social activi-: I' Q4Jjjtuarit
declined to endorse either candidate EDITOR, Sun: To those 5
sonville), News. fewer than 1.5 million farm- ties and letting the home be
in the second primary.The economics are not reliable because who wonder what to do now The closing of the centers the center for such activity.Too .
The Pensacola News and Journal and the they include perhaps that the inevitable closing of presents a challenge to a 11 BUSTER BURNS

Herald said that 'the voters would find Palm Beach Post and Times, the Perry two million farmers who are the recreation centers has young people and their par- long we have dependedon Funeral services for Buster
the.choice a difficult, one. become it makes it ents. It gives the youth of our the public to be all things
papers leading in the chain's circulation, not really to be classified as a reality, I Burns will be held Saturday at
have already endorsed Burns. farmers. necessary for all of us to decide city an opportunity to use to all people. It is high time .'2 p.m. at the Antioch Holiness

.- The Jacksonville Journal. which endorsed The residence farm makes : what can and should be their ingenuity and imagination for the family to once again 'Church:; on NE 8th Avenue. Interment -

Burns, said it was breaking a longstanding The Perry papers include the Avon Park sense if industrial or service ; done. This situation, which to in the planning of their be a strongly knit unit, and be will follow in the Pine
;policy of the Florida Publishing Co. to retrain to be a disaster own summer activities. We the center of all areas of life
Sun, the Deland Sun-News, the Delray Beach jobs are to be had within rea ; many may appear I Grove Cemetery. Rev. W. A.
have what I 'leve is the fin- for those who live
editorial'endorsement. therein.
from could easily be a ]
sonable very
News-Journal, the Eustis Lake driving d i stance. I officiate.His
Region News, est set of young people to be
good thing for all concerned.
There are such : How about immediate survivors
the Fernandina many farms i you young people include
In the May 5 first Democratic Beach News Leader the Fort found anywhere, smart
that have proved their worth. along with ,' his wife, Mrs. Mar i
g e
Recreation facilities are not your parents,
Burns and High each won editorial support Walton Beach Playground News the Kissimmee I enough U accept this t_ por-
Someone in the family must comparable to utilities. Each your friends, and their par- ; a son, Herman Burns,
J tunity to demo.trate to those
from two newspapers. Gazette, the Lake City Reporter, the be willing to do the small individual for the ents holding a consultation ;]Miami; sisters, Mrs. Lille
family who
pays are predicting hot
a long,
,Leesburg Daily Commercial the Jackson
amount of gardening and and coming with rt'ashington, city; and Mrs.
carping up a
amount of utilities used by troubled pro. j
Burns was supported by the Pensacola News summer that they
County Floridan at Marianna the Melbourne '
,;: ,, for.the poultry and, sometimes them gram of activities that will I P Henrietta Propter, Brooklyn
and the Pensacola Journal and High by the Daily Times, the New Smyrna Beach News, '. ', an acre of cotton tur be it large or small in know how to keep this from make this the best, K.Y.j
:- volume. If one abuses the use summer s
Citizen and the Miami happening.We
West News. the Ocala Star-Banner
Key the Palatka
Daily nip greens, or some other of lights and water, it affectsno you ever spent. I strongly ex- j Relatives are asked.,to meetit
Besides the Perry chain News the Panama City News-Herald, the, small market crop. But this one except thems elves. have concerned parents pect you could get a lot of help 'j the home of his sister, Mrs.
newspapers, the Pensacola News-Journal the Gadsden CountTimes
'is"not "fanning. in I Lillie: Washington, of 924 SB
following endorsed Burns: Public recreation is subject to who are ready and willing to planning such a program ]
at Quincy, the Sebring News, the When think rib Place at 1:45 to
we of technol- abuses also, however these Hip tv -' cv" Yen make from the City Recreation De- p.m. form
Tavares-Lake County Citizen, and the Palm ogy we must think of agricul- I abuses j is partment. t he procession to the church.
affect all individuals for
The Florida, Times-Union, Jacksonville; the. Beach Post-Times. ture. a really memorable sum- Duncan Brothers morticians
| that ,
participate. Thus it be mer. This does not mean MRS. B. D ADAMS ire in charge.r .

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Senate lepers; both Northernand .Ci ::
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I South, agreed yesterday SUPER
that the sling showing of Gov., .
George q Wallace in Mary !
land's mocratic primary I 1 VALUIi
would n affect senate action H

on the cfl rights bill. : 1'! .... t' :
Follow!; a detailed study of .
the Marpnd primary, analyzers '. >>'! !
clal that the strong vote l... .a.t $" .p aQUWTY Elevating

for Vial e was a vote more : .. t '. I E11 [[ i(1'1(
against egro militancy than ,. '
against.fe civil rights bill it- { .

self.Mike ansfield of Montana, \\ BAR.I.QUE. I

the m rity leader, Hubert
Humph of Minnesota and
Thoma I. Kuchel of California, i7.I1iISCOUW //f
Democ ic and Republian I I
floor nagers of the bill, all would. hll II
said thjheavy vote for Wallace Wallace captured 42.8 percent IiiillL
will h'no; impact on the substance I of the Democratic primary I', r; COMP. VALUE 5.95 1I
: the civil rights meas-vote, one third larger than his I
ure n the vote to cut off the :showing in Wisconsin and Indi OUR REGULAR
SouthSen filibuster. : t
: ichard B. Russell oft ana.But, as pointed out by the I DISCOUNT PRICE 4.87
GeorgSouth leader of the bill's :New York Times, Maryland is''
opposition, however a border state with recent history -! .
t said h opes the Maryland primary I of racial violence triggered,'I I
vote will serve to I It by Negro militancy, and some II .4 $397SAVE
stren en his hand agianst the j increase for Wallace was to be Ir
1 bill, t that he doubts that it I expected. I.I

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had passed. U.S. made motor.
least 'w crew an was killed I
and fan other were injured A spokesman for the Prince .. .
early roy whin 17 cars of a Georges County Police Department I MEN'S 1
Pennsylv ailroad freight said one crewman was I 1 COOL '.; -J: MEN'S c = MEN'S ,. BOYS' a
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Washington s caught SHORTS
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office in Philadelphia identified SHIRTS SHIRTS J
Although;1 nk car carrying the dead man as H. W. Edwards I
.. the liquid rit en ruptured, a Cause of the crash, which poI I
team of 75. 00 men from 15 2 $3
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occurred about 3:50 < =
: tire compani rought the fire II
a.m. was not immediately
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after it start Police said they had been advised I ,. ; .. > Cool, crisp, :'- ; fast -- 3.99 Zippered shorts:
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Traffic on highways, the liquid nitrogen was a '
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halted at the farbY fire broke combustible only when subjected Many patterns/ Beige i olive, = All Sanforized brown;8 to 12
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Death on Cyprus ____ ____ MIRRO TEENAGE CUSHION
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NICOSIA, jprus (AP-Turk-I their identities, the shooting con- I SAUCEPAN __ 1
ish Cypriot. banned today tinued. The Finns returned the WISHBONE <
for the firs taIity in the U.N. I SET
fire.Matikainen FLATS SANDAL !
peace forccp Cyprus. was struck once in I -

U.N. he uarters announced ,the head and twice in the chest. I .J;
The firing after he F f'c z- 33Cushioned
a Finnish rjio operator,Juhanu stopped was .
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Matikaine 27, was killed hit.Umit t
., Wednesdajiight in a two-hour I Suleyman, a representative I 1 sAVe 42Io ___ ,
:- battle betvpn Turkish Cypriots of Turkish Cypriot vice Store blonfofs
Mirroaluminum .
i and Final/patrols. president Fazil Kuchuk, expressed drapes, woolens Black,smooth, Beach and casual
; "deep regret" at the in with wishbone
A U.N.ptement said Mati- 48"x 18"x 8"j Sizes:ft, 1 and strop sizes; 5 to 10 wear r
cident. He said he would con ;
kainen wJhit by three bullets 0 Protect Your ig en gliders 114 qt. Sizes 5 to 100ACROH
duct full
a investigation and
while sittl in his patrol car in re- A Winter Woolens H Quick-heat;easy
port to the U.N. force.
fields neaftie Turkish village of clean
Troops of the force have
peace Non-Skid
Kanli, s miles northwest of _
been fired on a number of times
Nicosia. Man Rich
since they took up their task on Decorator Co la.r Foam LADIES UDIEJ' + KNIT
calhad I
The accompanied a Cyprus in late March, but here-
recovery pam to aid another tofore the few casualties have BackScatter SUMMER PRINTED TAILOREDCURTAINS
Finnish \ idle that broke down only been wounded.
while pr :ding an escort for A British soldier was shot in SHIFTS FUN TOPS r

I farmers .Mging in their har- the leg in Nicosia April 24 and -- RUGS .
vest. two other Britons were injured
Turkish Witions fired about by an explosion May 3. None of $ 84
!(?shots atte Finnish vehicle, the injuries was serious.
the U.N. s tent said. Lt. Col. About 1,000 Finns are in the

U. Kettinel, mmander of the 6,500-man peace force. The oth- s; ., > 21"x36" Sleeveless Beach t Comp.Value 1.99 :- t Com .Value 3.97
Finnish batt' n, rushed to the Canada, Ireland, Sweden, Den- j,, Cotton & a, r $.r and Street styles* ;I
area with a ifcoon. and two armored mark and Austria. f Viscose. In 10 to 18 Sleeveless;ffeeee ; ', 4.2 luxury woven jjj
persoild carriers in reponse Completely fined em 2
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fat and live Odrtnex costs Twin Full
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jl > 'Stringy Roundup9 Saturday for 200 Musicians I

The sound of music will be works. the school program for strings ny Hendry, Rheua Stakely Menge, Linda _Coin, Leo Trujillo -I
: = coming from children of all Senior string players who will I and orchestra are Anne Paul Waters, Robert Cunning.' John Flowers and Judy
....= ages Saturday night when more receive awards for completing Bridges, Margaret Below, Pen- ham, Harry Horne, Shannon Marsh. Admission is free. I'
than 200 youngsters will gather *urr
= .: for the tenth annual "String
Roundup" in P. K. Yonge audi- ; 44J I
torium. {HAYDON BURNS stands for a o
: .: Alachua County first through :
...... twelfth grades will be repre-
sented at the concert, which be-
gins at 7:30 pjn. under the FREE PUBLIC AND OPEN SCHOOLS
baton of University of Florida (
Symphony conductor Edward.
Troupin. I _'i r Education is our most important State 1028 NORTH MAIN STREET
Mrs. Dorothy Reaves, direc- responsibility.I i GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER 1

tor of strings and orchestra in -4 rI GRESHAM DRUG, 12 WEST UNIVERSITY AVE. \.
Alachua schools, is I
= chairman of the program. UNIVERSITIESCOLLEGES and JUNIOR
= Saturday's concert will be the 13th PHARMACY, 1522 N.W. 13th STREET \
f 10th anniversary of the roundUPS McCOLLUM DRUG, 1324 EAST UNIVERSITY ,'i\
=: .The original event was pre- WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES!
-- sented by about 30 players or- I I f Y; A well planned adequately financed I
= ganized by a group of teachers. university and junior college system that l.
I Some of the original performers I 7'% ;; j will afford quality education opportunityto .
-::. are now professional musicians. the more than 100,000 Florida stu- 1/4 GRAIN f
N Schools represented this year .. dents seeking higher education by 1970. TABLETS 1
: will be Gainesville High, P. K.I
eo Yonge, Westwood, Buchholz, v Mayor Bums has been closely associated with of $'*
I I Bishop, Kirby Smith, Stephen Florida's problems. Although he is not an attorney many 159 SQUIBB SWEETA 2 ozs. (
: Foster, Littlewood, Sidney Lan- he was named by the Florida State Supreme Court as
ier, J. J. Finley, Archer and one of their three appointees to the Constitutional Revision I
Alachua.A <' !' w Commission. 27 SIMILAC LIQUID (Limit 6)p)
.. group of 17 young string
players from Winter Haven will # '1
also be on the roster this year, REPELLENT
\ ist.including a seven-year-old harp- YOU, HAVE A CIVIC OBLIGATION TO $119 6-12 INSECT SPRAY, 5 ..=.. SI! I

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Bridges for the advanced string 98" DOANS'S PILLS S'
. orchestra, Leslie Casey for the VOTE TUESDAYCast 1
f Elementary Ensemble, and
; Clancy Smith for the primary 9
players. your ballot for the candidate who stands for better education in Florida.
Solo players will be Rheua I
Stakely, Ann Bridges and Harry .
Horn. Elementary accompanistswill 69" COLGATE TOOTH PASTE 46*
be Russell Blaine, Cindy Vote forHAYDON I
Edds, Susan Frost, Marie Wells
and Ann Whitford. Jerry Green ;j5
will be pianist for the advanced REVLON tfSfc. SHAMPOO f,9*.
The primary players will play
=. six selections from memory. El- FOLDING 28-QUART FOL01
ementary Ensemble is to play
numbers by Russell Danburg, I ALUMINUM FOAM ALUMN M
plus folk tunes and other familiar
melodies. The Junior-Senior I INSULATED
High String Orchestra will pre GOVERNOR LAWN CHASE
form "Concerto Grosso, No. 2,"
by Corelli, "Fantasia," by (Pd. AdvJ) ICE

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J J 2,000 M.P.H. Plane Okayed GOP Ladies., I i' 1,000 Missions a Week in Viet Nam I r r

Won't Take I WASHINGTON (AP) -Al- before that.It 'replace the T28 and become the I 0 t
WASHINGTON (AP) President -is expected to be in the 1,800- ing the rest. But airlines and
ham- : the ,clear
though by rainy I was from these reports -standard attack plane in Viet
Johnson has given the 2,000-mile-an-hour class and its planemakers want the govern- .
U.S. South Vietnamese
season, that the controversial T28, Nam.
green light for detailed studiesof development is considered vitalto ment to pay the entire cost of Sides HereA 1
air force trainer
planes are flying a propeller-driven con-
the aviation The missions covered wide I 0i
air frame and engine- this nation's global development. a
than missions week verted into
more 1,000 a a fighter-bomber,
and development of some en- position in the 1970s. : range-close fire support for I
neutral against the Communist insurg- still is carrying much of the at- I
position was taken
gine parts for the proposed Lawyer Corps ground units of the Vietnamese
Johnson's announcement came by the Alachua County Republican -:ents, analysis of recent action tack load.Another. I
American supersonic airliner. army, escort troopcarrying -
four weeks after he told'a news Free Willing Women's Club this morning reports showed today.
plane mentioned freqUently helicopters, reconnaissance,
His approval Wednesday of conference that none of the pro: in a statement issued "on t he There were 1,150 sortiesagainst in the combat-summaries -troop and supply lift and the SUPER VAL1EJj !
what he-called <*a program for posed designs for the plane met I NEW YORK (AP-"A "law- statewide party power struggle."At the Viet Cong last week is the Skyraider dive bomber bombing of Viet Cong encamp-
action designed to move the the standards of the Federal yers corps" has been formed to
no time has our boardor and just under 1,300 the week which by late summer will ments.
supersonic aircraft closer to re Aviation Agency. At that time I defend civil rights demonstrators -
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alization" came 20 days after Johnson canceled the May 1 call! in the South this summer. general membership voted to!, RCA VICTOR
the original May 1 deadline for for bids to select a contractorfor support any candidate or group I -
Jeciding the airliner's basic design the Seven major civil rights of candidates or issues in the:
supersonic plane. I
and selecting a contractor 'groups announced Wednesdaythe present statewide conflict taking U TRIMESTERSYSTEM N w sta40I5.rlaltnb TV
vO build it. Still undecided is the key formation of the Lawyers place in the Republican Par-:;'
of who will for the Constitutional Defense Committee.
pay ty," President Mary Ann Fra- I
I The United States entered the giant plane. The government A spokesman said 60 volun- zer stated. l 'r' I
\ supersonic plane race after a has proposed that it undertake teers will spend at least two I
. British French combine announced 75 per cent of the estimated in- weeks each in Mississippi, Ala. She explained that the club;' : ;

plans for a 1,400-mile- itial billion dollar cost, with bama, Georgia, Louisiana and has sponsored speakers from
an-hour plane. The U.S. plane plane manufacturers shoulder. Florida, serving without pay. both the pledged convention ,roar
i delegation and the unpledged rr
'delegation in the last I Colo. =
month. i,

1EAAt "We maintain have our made neutrality every effortto although a -- ja

j JIM BIAM on an individual basis, Not Working I a r

members are campaigning for I S.n TlMHOUIC.94-C-2S-M
the candidate of their own per-!i 23*tub*(aw.r.N. a4ae>
, 282 SOM. piCtur*
sonal choice," the statement I t3:I I

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I" rZ :== since 1795 lecting $72,256 in "private, un-': RESULTS: I I RCA VICTOR

lawful surcharges" from nine I ,
\ r--h: ; i-'I' .--, ticket brokers last year. j 1. Trimester operation fails to provide for assimilation, reflection, i I COLOR TV

Dist. Atty. Frank S. Hogan 1 digestion maturation in short the education provided has no
K rS88F IHiraf SIMIEIT tttMON IffllSKEY.USTIUI MIl tOITUD IT M JAilS!.KM DBT&UNC CI-.OIEMOtlT.BUM,II. said the nine cooperated in the: depth. I

. I, 1 investigation. He noted that, -
2. A trimester course cannot be the equivalent of a semester course. I
there are 90 to 100 licensed brok-!
A decrease in the student's course load and/or a decrease in the j ldor
I Little FolKS \> George Linzrnyen/r. ers in the city. I, amount of material in a, given course is imperative.
y i Murray Helwitz, 47, of Great I 6to
1 Neck, N.Y., manager of the, 3. The increased pressure under trimester operation has resulted SeeTt>zn
1 HtRt: GocM!NE 'HEY,BAXTER! *- NOT WHEN I'M GOIN' Shubert theaters' central ticket, in lower quantity and/or lower quality of student output. I
office which
handles all mail
I LIKE A UOIN OS IM A 4. Under the trimester system there is less time for faculty research :
JET BALL 6AMEJ MAT-ARAM'i orders and sales to brokers,;
I ; and creative work.
Vow. PLANE! 1 was indicted Wednesday on, :
!charges of violating the city I 5. There increased exhaustion and fatigue under the trimester
code governing theater ticket operation, accompanied by a prevailing attitude among faculty and
sales. The maximum penalty is I' students that education and teaching have been reduced to a HARRIED "

a year in jail and a $500 fine. FRANTIC RAT RACE.
Hogan said the nine brokers
I 6. Trimester operation forces students to neglect reading and thinking. I
paid off once a week, and surcharges -, @
ranged from 25 to 50 I

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Barry i Fearful In California BidANAHEIM THRIFT SHOP

12 S.W. 2nd ST. -

I ) Nttu tntk! Thins
is'' CLEARANCE SALE Beginning
By MOHR in South Viet same personal campaigning
).i Calif. (AP-Gov. guerrilla acUon Everything .
WASHINGTON Sen. Bar- Nelson A. Rockefeller accused Nam. :credited with helping Rockefel-I .. -- '; Mon.
ry Goldwater can hypotheti- the Democratic administration 2. That the administration ''Ier beat both Ambassa or ; ;
cally picture a moment at the in its Cabot Lodge and Goldwaterin 1/2
today of "bankruptcy" should make it clear it will support ry ,
Republican national convention policies in Southeast Asia. the territorial integrity of Oregon. j May
in San Francisco at
Such bankruptcy,he contended Thailand and should be prepared PRICE
Answering questions at
which he takes the platformto fA
may be blamed for recent if necessary, to offer U.S.
urge all of his loyal followers Jr2'i Communist successes in jungle military aid. Bernardino Valley College, he I 25th
to support the man who warfare. was asked what happened in
I, I 3. That if the Communist ad- I
has defeated him for the Pres- Oregon after political expertsand '
the Dem- We are closing May 30, Reopening Aug. 17.WILSON'S .
! idential nomination. Rockefeller accused vance continues, the U.S. should pollsters gve him up weeks I'
ocrats of "temporizing, neutral- move to secure the Mekong
I "I know," Goldwater said, before the election.
------- -
and rational- the border between ----
izing, tranquilizing River Valley, -I -
"I'm going to get booed all izing" in the face of the crisis Laos and Thailand.
over the place if that hap- marked by the Communist pushin M
"all IS
4. The U.S. should give
pens. the strategic Plain des Jarresin
practical support" to end the
The Arizona Senator is i Laos. use of Laos as a sanctuary for TONIGHT 'TIL / } -
viewing with growing dismaythe the with if The New York governor, in a the war in South Viet Nam. -
party departure a
attacks made him by
statement in the midst of a
fellow Republicans and the certain candidate is nomi 'It is time Rockefeller 9:00AND '
nated." campaign tour for support in high I +.a Wivw' ShopStreet
ens -
coalition of persons anxiousto California's fast-approaching said, "the Democratic administration -
stop him at all costs. He warned that if Laos in Washington learns Floor
Goldwater said he feared the primary, ; ,mot d a
thinks this is a form of civil result of "stop-Goldwater" campaigning falls, Thailand will be next and that the aggressor will never FRIDAY & MONDAY ,
war which could tear the would be to harm the! it may shake Malaysia's ties choose a point of attack whereit Sixty-Forty a blendof
party apart. party in November. with the WestRockefeller is most convenient for us to 4 polyester and
"This will not be the con respond."
servatives' fault," Goldwatersaid Goldwater, who has been urged these steps: < combed cotton fibers
1. That the United States in- Rockefeller, commenting that
in an interview. "It will pleading for party unity since r aBa .
the it
neutrality negotiatedfor you fight a little harder when "FARAH"SLACKS
be because of the radical Re- early January, said that he Laos be respected by all you're behind, continued hjs
publicans. For the first timein found charges that he was signatories, and that it shouldno charging drive today to pull off
my memory, some Repub- "irresponsible" to be "dis- longer tolerate the use of another Oregon victory in Cali- :4 S
licans are openly threatening concerting and unpleasant." that country as a sanctuary for fornia. /1
Rockefeller himself shied ?

away from outright predictions.All iti1h'y.
Scranton Gets Briefing he said is that he has faith s $, a r1

the voters will choose his self- .
styled brand of political moi c:a' 'I bh
tion in his June 2 presidential h .

Urges Appalachia AssistSCRANTON primary showdown with Sen. A .
Barry Goldwater of Arizona.

But it's evident the entire
WASHINGTON (AP) Gov.I : cludes West Virginia and partsof t t
mood of his campaign has
William W. Scranton of Pennsyl- ,. Pennsylvania, Ohio, Ken- brightened since the New York A Great Slack h
vania gets a secret briefing on I yF4 vr.F'i F, tucky, Virginia, Maryland, Ten- won in Oregon ballot
world affairs from the Johnson 'r f nessee, North Carolina, Ala- governor .
;; last week. Rockefeller
ing managers C'p:
administration today and goesto bama and Georgia.
Hill to are openly optimistic for areas 3Y yr
Capitol urge Congressto
Scheduled to brief Scranton in .
the first time over his chances '. <
poverty-stricken Ap- '
A Si midafternoon of
were Secretary
palachia.In State Dean Rusk, Secretary of I
between, he sandwiched t Defense Robert S. McNamaraand They were particularly elated "
plans for a luncheon meeting John A. McCone, chairmanof by the turnout for a receptior 1 1 1'
with William E. Miller, Repub- the Central Intelligence Wednesday night in Anaheim, ir ,:
lican national chairman, al- Agency. conservative Orange County -= Ivtrr4 4y t
s aYou'll
though Scranton has insisted widely considered a Goldwaterstronghold.
time and again he is not a can- President Johnson had offered ,
didate for the Republican pres- the world situation briefings to Look k I } 1
idential nomination. all announced and potential Rockefeller, mixing smiles
Miller called the luncheon GOP candidates. New York and small talk, stood for three Traditional) Ivy-styled Gr eatIn
meeting "just a friendly get-to- t Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller was and a half hours to shake hands Far created for longer I I
gether." r briefed last week. Sen. Barry with a crowd estimated at upwards : I
Scranton was the only witness Goldwater of Arizona and for- of 5,000. Goldwater supporters wear and lasting good ,

scheduled this morning by the SCRANTONIt mer Vice President Richard M. distributed an anti-Rock looks. The slacks ; ',;..: t.i. > a8'C y 4
House Public Works Committeein Nixon declined the offer. Sen. efeller booklet called "Choice k'
was at Scranton's requestthat wit! want to wear .: SLACKS I
you .
its investigation of the John- Margaret Chase Smith of Maine Not An Echo" but there were nc t. d ..
son administration's $228-mil- Johnson added $10 millionto and Harold Stassen accepted, incidents. for every occasion. N byIi.m
lion 10-state Appalachia pro- the program to help mining but have yet to receive their
of the he d
Many people greetec ,
regions of Appalachia, which in- briefings. Sin 6 to 12 Reefer &SUms
gram.!: ,
out-of-staters but thi
were I'
$450 '

I Georgia Vote Proposal Aids Negroesthe Good CLEAN C bj Prepu rot I
lengt' 27 to 32 %t
ATLANTA, Ga. (AP-A proposed I chamber will get the proposal. General Assembly are elected $550 i t"c
change in election laws The Johnson amendment provides ; what is a Republican formof 1 \
that could add thousands of Ne- that registrars approve government; how does the CAB 'fh y 1Boys'
groes to Georgia's voter rolls by prospective voters who answer Constitution of the United State
it easier to register has correctly four of six comparatively
provide that it may be amend Acrws Fr m Gctyh u 4t
been steered through the State easy questions. ed; what does the Constitutionof s Stiffen Tnir-fy tailored in the Ivy style
Senate by its lone Negro mem- Johnson's amendment included the United States provide regarding S.W. 4* Aveu for your comfort. Sixty-Forty Is this

these questions: Name the the suspension of the Call 372-3376 Shop- season's newest washablf fabric.
ber.An president of the U.S.; the vice
privilege of the writ of habeas
amendment offered by DAY NIGHT
president; the two U.S. senators or Fv $698
corpus. J Street Floor r
Sen. Leroy Johnson of Atlantathe from Georgia; governor of Geor-
only Negro lawmaker in gia; members of the General Colors: Bottle Green.
Georgia since Reconstruction, Assembly who represent you, Ivy Beige. Black. .
was approved Wednesday by and the sheriff of your county. Waist Lengths: 28": 28"to to 44"34"
the Senate 352. It would simplify !
The questions now used in- NTASH iON
questions posed to illiterates. clude: WbtSPL4Sfl

But House Speaker GeDrge T. On what day and how often is
Smith predicted that it will be the general election held in 3 DAY
at least two weeks before his Georgia at which members of I c.

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! Public Accommodation Is Big- ; Issue. MOVES(Samrsmllc MERCHANDISE Sim ..,

(EDITOR'S NOTE For 11 sweeping civil rights measure administration officials argued er Mike Mansfield of Montanaare {which would guarantee jury 1 days or a $300 fine. This would I yap Frn=tr-ml:

weeks the Senate has been since Reconstruction, is designed -'that the senate should pass the I = Part 1What's I sponsoring an amendment(trials if the penalty exceeded 30 apply to all titles of the bill. .

locked in a debate on the civil specifically to do. Beginning Senate should pass the measure I In It.' .
rights bill. About the only action today is the first of a in the same form as it came I "k 1I

has been moves by supporters three-part series spelling out from the House. NOW OPEN :
and opponents to amend the bill's provisions and the As the weeks have gone by,! Civil RightsBill ,
the measure. Perhaps lost in the changes being proposed.) this position as been eroded.

thunder and fury is what the Now Atty. Gen Robert F. ? I

bill, described as the most By JOE HALL Kennedy and the bill's floor ;

Learn about hearing WASHINGTON (AP) -The 11 managers are supporting a LITTLE PIG'S of :
during BETTER your HEARING weeks of Senate debate on the package of amendments.The I .
some of those who were luke-
MONTH. Get a civil rights -bill have produced biggest push for changeshas .
HEARING CHECK-UP at agreement so far on only one come from two sources _1 warm or downright cool to the .' ..
GAINESVILLE i thing-that the measure must the 19 Southerners fighting the measure.
HEARNG[ AID CO. II be amended. bill and Republican Leader Everett Dirksen has proposed numer- AMERICA

622 N. MAIN FR 7-6715 I At first, the bill's sponsors and M. Dirksen. I ous technical changes but con- -

In recent weeks, however,'centrated his efforts in two
id,,J.iiffJ.flf; : htfj 'f.tt&f1;; they have centered their fighton areas. In both, his ideas have LOOK WHAT'S HAPPENED TO BARBECUE!
1' ). {... .....t.'iJ:1z'hd?
M. ; I the jury trial issue. They demand -been incorporated in the com- .

the bill specify the rightof promise amendment package,
jury trial for defendant at least in
a every part. It's everything good at LITTLE PIGS!
ko- in criminal contempt I
iFREE actions that arise out of civil One of his efforts is to cut
rights enforcement suits under back on the government's power The meat we use: only top grade U. S. inspected and fresh. The way we barbecue .

Delivery Drive-In Window IiI- the bill. Normally, contempt actions to file suits to enforce the : very slowly! over a pit of real hickory embers. The sauce we use: ..
in federal courts are decided -
Supermarket Self-Service tIt : solely by the judges. bill.The other is to write into the special, zesty (and secret) Result: DELICIOUS.
f Dirksen has proposed 70
Off-Street Parking bill specific language reserving
r" amendments to meet features of to the states the right to act LITTLE PIGS barbecue comes in any size: and shape, too. Barbecue sand-
I 7 a.m.-l 1 Mon. thru f the legislation he considers
p.m. exclusively for definie time
muddy or objectionable.After per- wiches on a bun or plates or barbecu e by the pint, quart or gallon. Even
iods where states have laws

I PARTY PACKAGE II. .,. Dirksen,a Kennedy series of and conferences a bipartisan ,-covering the same subject as do-it-yourself packs that contain everything you need to put together your

some titles in the bill. barbecue feast for size
STORE group of senators reached own any

4005 N.W. 13th St. agreement on the package of So far, despite all the talk of .
::t amendmemts. They contendedthe amendments, no change has Custom-barbecueing? Catering? TakehDIALAMEAL : Sure just ask us! ,
i4 Phone 376-2200 ;t; changes would not injurethe been made in the bill which

J bill but would win over cleared the House 290 to 130 on
Feb. 10.

A sit stands now one of the :o )\

most controversial provisions is u

the commodations.The one dealing. with public ac 1625 N.W. 13th St. DRIVE -IN

House version states that x Phone 372-7141

all persons must be given access -

sw to specified establishments

without regard to race, color, WATCH FOR GRAND"V

W UAtlTY religion or national origin. X
Named are hotels and motels
for small 4
-except owneroperated '
establishments with five \ lrllrrr. sl...
rooms or less for rent-restaurants

'o x. qty 3 amusement places, gaso- 1625 N.W. 13th St. Phone 372-7141

F line. .stations- ... .and establishments
\w d v ,' located within one of the -
pre- --- -------
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trons. *

Bona fide private clubs would
t not be covered unless their fa-

cilities were open to the publicfor

I IMPORTED ITALIAN SANDALS modation.Any dining establishment or overnight would accom-be

An assortment of leather iondals in the latest opened to all persons even if it
Summer fashion colors! 'fPfc\] 4
were required by state or local
Three-knot cut-out vamp>it'Je, full A fl V
A.foam HV* 2.O IBo law to discriminate.The FABULOUS JEWELRY GIFTS
bill now provides for en-

forcement through filing of an
C enforcement suit by the aggrieved .
person or the attorney Ladies'DIAMOND
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general could file only if a pat-

; tern of discrimination existed. : ; :
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Dirksen proposes to write in
'lecklaces Earrings Savo Vt and MOT* eQ diamond's today a.d emy dor. 10dafmoftoybeck
a definite time period for the
glera.ts., pint free Motorized appraisal.!
.Y state to act before any federal 84* to 4" t t
: action could be taken. He pointsout

j. :..:: in the Ii that 34 states now have pub- Values fo 10.00; -- Ladies' DIAMOND RINGS
# lic accommodation laws, many FREE EARRINGSBuy ; -
containing criminal penalties. necklace and set matching ji '
earrings FREE! I carat, diamond
There are no such penalties in TraMhtorhcdTAPE ridal Mt or clutter
tine mounted In $183
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The House bill provides that RECORDER .. or ttSM yellow value.tt ,14.CoMItIde .

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and were tried for criminal con- C24.M value. 1 Om6Troasistor dinner rin..A wiN
/ .lection of ttyle* I.
would have to be
tempt, he p 14K white or yellew
given a jury trial if the penalty -! :,,.-_ ., .."Va'_ to 230.0*.
Iri ;' \ were more than 45 days in i t. k pf *A carat ef diamond
Nt .rinceu
::; jail or a $300 fine. I ring er "ndonta.r.ountecl in 14K 4700
The Southerners that I .
: t arpue white or ytllew laid.Compart
this is insuffic'ent; thA" d* -! k to 120.00.

'- 4.rr mand the right to a jury trial Holiday Gift I1llH.& .- .
whatever the penalty. Iinest d-itto.itt o.Twke..c ...... Woltfcow, i no*.,
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Dr. Ernest Bartley of the Uni- WATCHES tt 658 11-.... Waterproof for .OL
versity of Florida political sci- RADIO
Dr. watcbM for lodiot. !. wkitt _
PATT IN ence department wil speak Fri-

'R Women's patenlite sandal I with full foam day at a planning and zoning Soo our of forge RooBtiMDtaMoid icfectfoi _.1.t ..Consul a..***., battery er Riviera and .complete. *. with Me*. of yellow goM.{ Yalio. t. jo.fS. '4 '

cushioning from heel tiptoe, in O C7 conference in Tampa. Wrist
r new Summer colon. 4 to I0.a Fagan will discuss law for watch**-wirfc vol. LADIES' '
laymen and the attorney's role MS ip to $500.00 14 SWISS
in zoning cases. Later he and ail at I town* prices 597
a Diamond WATCHES
\w Bartley win be on a panel to \QI
discuss the public defense of 6RUEN N "...recta to ohoeee froM Ns
zoning cases. 17;;. meo, ......, ..... **d iI4.M ,
r Bartley will also talk to the "aJ

group of state planning and zon- t ., ,-p 4700 e
ing officials about the use of ex- MEN'S

.. pert and other witnesses in 17-JwoJ whiteold + k GRUEN
trials over zoning disputes.The only. ....M.M.LADIES' 1100

Ky ,conference is sponsoredby WATCH
the Florida Institute for Continuing I Waterproof- ohotkpreef. IT.
Studies and .
University -- 17-JIWU. Jewel ./* .* *e* handy
the State Association of County GRUEN. k. iMtto dial sad ...a.olo atiro.
SLING SANDAL Planning and Zoning Directors. WA1THAM, M.$ --.

Imported sling\andal, ELGIN, KIM'S
cushioned from heel to toe aa
comfort.5-10. .3 3 AU- FM f.TlAMSlSTOI 1-rO "" o. Hefcros 198CALINDAK
for | HOLLYWOOD (AP) Para- HELBROS 1491

mount Pictures Corp. has sued RADIO 2497 white or yollow WATCH
Complete with battomcaoo told wit matchingoxpann Waterproof hocfcproef
actress Bette Davis for $7,000 and oarpkooee.eo.2947. brae.Compare luminou* dial ..... .... band- with and I. yellow oeld sob wit*
damages, claiming she has refused to 4'.... ti's.n.. ....... Values frog **'n matchiitf "H"' .. ........

to report for filming one
QUAUTY I DISCOUNTS I added scene for the .picture Open 9 A.M.-9 P.M.-SUN. NOON-7 P.M.
Gainesville-Acres of Free ParkingOpen
I OLi ..0y IM* mitimt I tV ,M hilnii IXV4 "Where Love Has Gone. GAINESVILLE ACRES FREE PARKINGU.S.
9 .m.-9 7 -
p.m.Sunday ROon- p.m. I IALWAYS.
W'" t. ln. *M|> wtae* mw4ld The suit asked that Miss
U.S..441 N. et 23rd Blvd. Phono 376-8292 I EVERY DAY. I Davis be restrained from work. 441 N. AT 23rd Bird.-PHONE 376-8297 -

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Thursday, May 21,1964 Gainesville Sun 11

Iil Revolutionist' Ray Doesn't Look It UCB '.

Krm tJnrk Etntra I with deep suspicion by many nedy's alliance for progress. He then made the pledge paring for his departure for

The appearance and disposition f Cuban-Americans, because of After the ill-fated Bay of that he would be back in Cuba Ray appeared relaxed FOR OUR PERSONAL .W

of Manuel Ray Rivero J Soft-Spoken his often expressed views that Pigs invasion Ray went to Cuba by May 20 of this year, and in good humor."I .

shatters the popular conceptof after the overthrow of the Puerto Rico where he began and today he appeared to be am not about to commit BRAND OF SERVICE :

how a revolutionary leader. Castro regime, many of the reorganizing his movement, engaged in trying to live up suicide," he said. "I have a ....
should look and act. Stubborn basic social reforms of the leading to the creation of the to that promise. wife and five children and I

revolution should be preserved Revolutionary Junta last This week at a point in the intend to be reunited"with.* WE WANT YOU TO MEET .

Yet this chubby, Soft-spoken though in a Democratic, -year. Caribbean where he was pre them in a free Cuba."
civil engineer, whose serious Overweight framework. Ray contends, OUR EMPLOYEES !

face often lights up in a boyish however, that he was simply .
smile, is an underground< to Cuba the Aa : 1
trying to apply
fighter, hardened in two mat dictatorship of Gen. Fulgencio principles of President Ken-
t jor conspiracies in his native Batista and organized the j SUMMER MARKDOWNSMEN'S imi?

j Cuba, and a man of stubborn Civic Resistance Movementin ADVERTISEMENT I
I convictions. Havana. The following year FAT .

he merged his group withCastro's I .
Yesterday, Ray, 39, was
1! aboard a speedboat crossing. 26th of July movement }
the Caribbean towards Cuba. beeoming the under
ground's coordinator for
Or, as far as anyone knew, Ha- without a doc SHOES w
to you i
he might have. already infil- vana Province specializing tor's prescription our drug called
trated into Cuba to fulfill a. in sabotage. ODRINEX. You must lose ugly
year-old pledge: to resume in When Castro assumed power fat or your money back. No stren-I LOAFERS Pa.NP
in Cuba in 1959 he named uous exercise laxatives massageor I 88

i person the regime his of struggle Premier against Fidel Ray as his Minister of Public candies taking crackers of so-called or cookies reducing or I and TIES! $ ..fEMMA\,. %... : '
Jt Works. But late
in 1959
is tiny
Ray chewing ODRINEX a
1t Castro who was his companion gum I POGUE
became disillusioned and easily swallowed. When
with the tablet I
in another revolution. All Sizes
Castro regime mainly over you take ODRINEX. you still enjoy -- VolatsCombined

As the principal, and highly Communist participation in your like meals but still you eat simply the foods don't Group To Emma is the officer's recep-
1 controversial, leader of the the government. He protested have the urge for extra pcrtions $7.95CHILDREN'S tionist and secretary. She has
exiled revolutionary junta several times and in Novem because ODRINEX depresses your. been with us for 10 years
I Ray has assumed in recent ber, Ray was one of the three appetite and decreases your .desire (when we were the Industrial
months the role of the most "moderate" ministers sud come for down food., because Your as weight your own SHOES Savings Bank) and keeps busy

i! outstanding Anti-Castro fighter denly dismissed by Castro. doctor will tell you when you also by processing installment
became eat less you weigh less. Get rid loans and contracts. Emma Is
Ray a
\ ; conspirator of excess fat and live longer. Various All Sizes also the custodian of the
I again this time against the ODRINEX costs $3.00 and is soldon
His return to Cuba is a com- general files. --
I Castro government. Late in this GUARANTEE: If not satisfied $ 88 Combined
bination of six of Styles
years 1960 he left Cuba aboard a for any reason Just return
first against a rightist the to druggist and I
4 t fishing boat, to start coordinating package your back. No Values Group
military dictatorship in his get your full money ,
J anti-Castro activitiesin asked. ODRINEX is sold *
and then against the questions To 8Yz 3
country, the United States. with this guarantee by. : J
leftist dictatorship that he VIDAL DRUG STORE 101 E. UNI I S
I However he was regarded VERSITY MAIL ORDERS FILLED $6.95 3V2-6
helped put in power. DO THESE STACKED :

After 'graduating from the

University of Havana he I Women's FLATS and WEDGIESWomen's UP BILLS WORRY : .;
worked as a project engineer

on major construction under- yN y pAYM ORE YOU? .

.11 takings.bridge-building He developed'technique a new and I vQ es 88 S '

: $
was awarded a. postgraduate GET i
scholarship at the Universityof f .r. : ,,

Utah. 1 $4.95
I In 1957, he became involvedin -;

conspiracies! against the for 'MONEYO t
th N

.\\r Russia Gets O Unnecessary Middleman DRESS HEELS ,

4 Low Overhead Modest Profits Values to $10.95 4
Use Your Central Charge Plan-or Cash & Carry .. .5- //
Last Load Of I "
O First Quality Merchandise and Courtecus ServiceROOF


U. S. Wheat ENAMEL $2 and $4
ODESSA U.S.S.R. (APTheI ) 'AlICT '. .
American wheat lift to the Soviet iljTOP ... 116011'SUIFACU
Union is nearing an end. -$ $..* i1-1 II hCnLINT
The monster tanker Manhattan ,, $ ; -- --- =: I
: Eus+sri AlLUIO'tOUT.UILDlHCiI" ..
:4 Is due today with a semifinal .. ... ,.... EXCtUIMT rat. Dew Open-Monday thru Saturday -
;consignment of 82,000 tons. :; eon. rtncu ETC L;.::::.:":'._) UTI"USE 0t0II INTERNIR AND -'
Delivery of the 1,700,000 tons y EVERY $698 EVERY 9 'til 9-Sunday Noon 'til 7 :
,)f wheat the Soviets bought in 2nd GAL 2nd GAL. FREE
the United States is to be com- IS / MUST FOR THE :
pleted in mid-June.The freightr TROL OF YOURFINANCES :'"
Exilona docked here with the :

tt f first of this grain Feb. 21. IN FOOD FAIR SHOPPING CENTERI :

It is a new kind of businessfor a f

( Odessa because as Oleg C. I f tGordon"s .:.
Tomas, port director, expressed 501 N.W. 8th Are., Gainesville, Phone 376-7588 We can help ;

I i' It, "until last year ,we did not i .. there with a"specfel" ;

.V ',Import grain." 1 c
d. '. .x ;, or .
r:I The end of the American deliveries '-Ie\ '
believe i "Regular"r Account!:: ?
I does not.mean completion Graduates ; :
I of Soviet wheat imports.
t( Great quantities still are due ;, .: "::'., :

I :-make from up Canada for domestic and Australia shortages.to should have the finest Jewelry Gift : -l.. .

: Tomas, 33, was obviously :
"pleased at the success of the .j 1

I port in handling the deliveries. .. for .
Reinemfrance" 1
He took a group of corre- ;Everlasting If Cash Is
ipondents on a tour and showed 7 -
them two American ships which ? < Needed ForThose
in with One .
'bad moved grain. '10

-was the Globe Explorer, with 3E 1 .. rir.A *
I l ;.23,000: tons; and the other the : .i f Extras-

I I tfranseastern, with 45,000 tons. .'..,-J""," '.... .';:
t .,f--- .e .H..y1f-o.
Both are of New York registry. 1 QT ,1 .\ Fh.A v'... ..M"I> '." Boats
":: i .' : \Xt 'i"...
t The Transeastern, 28,310 tons SS M ON1N % { Gold a4ppr ,
"Kill bring the final cargo of M N'S 5-DIAMOND gyp s 1r r SS A NCNTH -F

.;American grain to Odessa. She .. DIAMOND RING o.... RIRR Fasha.7-0IANOND Rine .t.. ':".S .S : *.*. 4,. .. Vacation ]
June 13. >, ;: s: k' 14 K l4 at -, .....,. ." ., .
i about
is to return + Gol rdol I ;; 14 Kor 95 i: ,......." :. .,.." >- ",' -' .... '

t Visiting American tourists MAN'S 1'-0WAOND R ;r'a'F ;5 l. is AMONTH, : _$1/AONTN ... ., Si A MONTN A W? : :r_;: New Car :::
? ?- ""J .
arrested for taking .' vrx. -.w '
have been 4 Kor i '' ,r # -'x*. ,
'' -
: photographs around Odessa 88 KKiSI. -i>* Jppen .:.i.t: ':.":..<,, .' :' t
harbor, but with'a dozen American _=IAMONT N ivy@ a Charge:'A'ccounttiUi '. .. r'y',:, r Th 1 Gk.LwRina :: V' ; Home J

ships drifting in and out, / "v .. Improvements i
% '" ".2w t4 Kor .
Authorities evidently decided / I,4r ,

such restrictions had become .5 jT .'. SIAWEEK r
I 4Ne ; + J
nonsense. Or Even A -

For sailors the city is a bore 14 KGo'4; 1. }-Ji New .

although it offers some scholarly > ,' 'k rhy'v.: AntigwG Id4 .- :- ( HOME : ,. ;
: J # .
in the form of :
entertainment : t: t a 1{ Korot
) pallet and trips to museums. ,
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; After 20 days at season ajrain "
ship what's m afcuseum .. : I
1 i. .
I ''I I ? 1-DIAMOND."- 14 Karat t;' $ ., i DiR ,Rine h '",=i ". WE CAN :
Geld 1< Karol 95 14 Karol ; ;
et,. Gold w 195
'Won't'JJid YEAR TO MY
:Hughes ss A MCNTM r TEAK HELP f
: ",, t4
.'::1.-: ::- J ) w I

|}| for VPTRENTON if: 1 THERE TOO! .

N.J. (APGov.) .. '
has blocked .
Richard J. Hughes
a move to make him a favorite S .5 :
Bon candidate for the Democratic ltu* h4.'tY

vice-presidential nomination. 'Y 7\ <

.' I I, t1 '"'" s rt
.'Hughessaid Wednesday night '.i ,

\ he had vetoed a plan to commit I; Ill

New ,Jersey's 77 votes to 17 Jewel BULOVASAmerica's ALWAYS WELCOME ,, *
Democratic National 17 Jewel AUSTINSXr 17
aim at the Jewel LONGINES ACCUTRONbyBuIovaJtUMJUUI8ajT.il .
hwriUPtt ( '''
are cxchnta -
I :onventlon.I CIIoice M lour $2475 designs, both art (1888 With teateru.mUJ Your.filii (65 ==_U:..W::! (125 ,,
Johnson 17-jiwtIs. Your .w Sin, .
I President
'"I'd rather Choice dlaa
$4 A MONTH f 1 A WEEK 1 'I \ 1: R Sel I 1 :
his own views (on a $5 A MONTH $10 A MONTH .
express '
,. '
said Hughes. -
running mate). -
;Hughes reiterated his mten- 7.
*jon to run for re-election. GORDON'S DIAMOND MERCHANTS OF AMERICA LI1
JEWELERS G 8AJ1ESEIE S ShonnJA g Center i S If r t 1 i i

Paid AdYertid- Gainesville RDON SAIMCSVILLK 'L.o- .:
Shopping! .. G S

222"M MCe 974444 St. 'W' QUALITY JEWELERS 1222 North Main Street Member Federal Deposit

1 1 Open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday thru Saturday
Phone 316.8446-3-Day Watch Repair Service
era'" ___ Insurance Corporation

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i' .12Gainesville Sun Thursday, May 21', 1964 ___ ,. I

HabermanKemp'Vows ,mm 0 f n nno Calendar Of EventsTODAY Eighth"Dance Pofahl Court.Fantasies"School of Dance matinee Arts :I; 'I I I'I I I

May 21 assisted by Walter Caldwell, program for younger chili i i it iI

Exchanged Stephen Foster PTA Follies, pianist, 8 p.m.,, Highlan d s dren, 1:30 p.m.; adult program I I I
: 8 p.ni., School Auditorium pre- Presbyterian Church. and older children, 8 I I
ceeded business session at
THE 7:30 p.m.by SATURDAY, May 23 p.m.auditorium., Gainesville High School 1 I

Joint voice recital, Miss
Gainesville League of Women ,
Sharon O'Steen, mezzo soprano I College of Education Faculty i
Voters, Noon, Holiday Inn.
and Jay Stevens, ten- Wives' Club, Family Picnic -
Chapter CQ, PEO,5:45 pjn., or, 8 p.m., home of Mrs. 2 to 7 p.m., Lake
w Miss Elizabeth Eaton, 1020 SW
4A f-RI ifiILY. covered-dish Delbert Sterrett, 211 NW. Wauburg. ....
3rd Avenue, sup "
I {
per. il ,

3 ? Ruth Weimer Gainesville Chapter 44 OES, Last 3 Days! ".
8 p.m., Masonic Temple.St. .
: Theresa's Circle of St. Thur.-Fri.-Sat. LADIES & CHILDREN

Tii1s Joint Patrick's Church, 8 p.m., Mrs. u ilE PEOPIfSIM 21-22-23

Roy Hebel, 1414 NE 13th May }
1 97 'i
DinnerMeeting. ASST. SIZES Reg. 6.99-8.99 :
Gainesville Library Advisory .
: Board, 8 pm, Gainesville
Public Library. 3 197
h ,r, ASST. SIZES Reg. 5996.99 M
e Girl Scout Prairie Neighborhood -
?P d aS Meeting, 10 a.m., Girl Uo' LADIES DRESSES Only
NW 8th She 97
Scout House, 810
Sustaining members of the Reg. 7.99-8.99.
Se Junior Welfare League will attend Business and Professional .
ii the joint dinner meeting Women's Club Public Rela- LADIES DRESSES L.A'ASST.

S S a S. 55rG with active members Thursday, tions Clinic, 8 to 10 p.m., SIZES Reg. 89912.99 0.7 '
May 27, at the Gainesville Golf Gainesville Woman's Club.

I and Country Club.Reservations LADIES PRINT BLOUSES Only
vtl for the annual ASST. SIZES Reg. 1.99 1.37
event are due by Friday evening Gainesville, Bridge Club, d 1
and should be made with 9 a.m., Holiday Inn. GIRLS DORM SHIRTS Only \ {
Mrs. R. B. Melton. 1 47
I All sustaining members are Pilot Club, Installation of Officers LIMITED QUALITY! Reg. 1.99 .
7 Primrose Inn.
y invited to a social hour and p.m. LADIES BABY DOLL PJsASST.
short business meeting before Senior recital of Miss 1.67
r J Mrs. Jeffery Allan Huberman the dinner at the home of Mrs. Rheua Sue Stakely, Miss SIZES Reg. 2.99
E. Elmore 1777 NW 14th Kristine Jordan and Miss
MIAMI Miss Barbara"Am this Pooser, and Mrs. "Ralph W. Sharon Kuitert, 8 pjn., LADIES FULL SLIPS
.' Kemp and Jeffery Allan Hub- Brooks, of Gainesville.Miss Hostesses assisting Mrs. El- Gainesville Woman's Club. ASST. SIZES Reg. 3.99 2.17
I erinan married Satur Pamela sister of ,
{ were on, Kemp with
Reception following
more the social hour,
at the Star the bride brides- during ..
day at7:30 p.m., was junior LADIES GIRDLES '
mothers of Mrs.
performers '
set from 5:30 to 6:30: pjn., will n
Roof of.the Ter maid.
light 57
Harold be Mrs. T. S. George, Mrs. R. James Stakely, Mrs. Paul ASST. SIZES Reg. 3.99.
race Hotel, Miami. Judge double The attendants wore street P. Mcintosh, Mrs. J. B. Montague Jordan and Mrs. Louis C. GET A HUGE
officiated.at the
Spaet length'dresses of ice blue CHILDREN'SLEOTARDS
crepe and Mrs. F B String- Kuitert, as hostesses.
ring ceremony. and carried baskets of yellow .47
ifo J' Floral arrangements of white< and white daisies. fellow. Recital of ,Mrs. Verna 11x14 WALL $100 Reg. ,.99 .
roses and lilies, were the decor Salvage for the Thrift Shop Nash's string students, 7:30
I Glenn Huberman, brother of LADIES
will be collected at this meet PORTRAITOF LONG LINE BRAS
atlons used for the ceremony. the bridegroom was best man. p.m., Fellowship Hall of the 1.97A7
..' The bride is the daughter of Ushers were Ronald Rothstein, ing and dues may also be paid, First Presbyterian Church. Reg. 2.50 & 3.50
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Robert Mrs. J. Watt Kirkpatrick, president YOUR CHILD
Ralph Brooks and Allan Carmel, Senior voice recital of Miss.
Kemp of Miami, and the : sustaining group
groom is the son of Mr. and all of Gainesville, and Peter announced. i Carol Shea, mezzo-soprano, HOURS: lOAM -1 PM; 2 PM 5 PM; 6 PM 9 PM SIZES 7-14 1.00
Wright of Jacksonville.The SATURDAY HOURS: 10 AM 1 PM; 2 PM 6 PM Reg.
Mrs. Sidney Huberman of Mi-
1 ami Beach. Both are graduates: reception was held following RecitalLeslie NO APPOINTMENT NEEDED SELECTION OF SEVERAL POSES GIRLS FANCY BLOUSES
of.the University of Florida. the ceremony at the Star- Annual SprirMrs. ig 0 FULL POSE PORTRAIT BABIES AND CHILDREN OF ALL ACES SIZES 7-14 1.07
\ light Roof Terrace AT STORE A FEW DAYS AFTER TAKEN6'e&c Reg. 2.99
",. I Given in marriage by Verna Nash will present Casey, David Roberts,
father the bride wore an ivory Hotel. 'I her string students in their Jody Rosenberger, Paul Vega, GIRLS FALL SKIRTS
I Bianchi gown featuring chapel Miss Judy Smith, cousin of spring annual recital Friday at Carl Home, Michael Holmes, ASST. SIZES 1.47.
I train of matisse satin. Her six the bride.kept the bride's book. 7:30 p.m. in Fellowship Hall of Robena Eng, Pat Waldo, Karen Reg. 3.99 .

\ I tiered veil fell from a Crown of After a honeymoon in Jamaica -the First Presbyterian Church.A Casey and Porter Home. GIRLS BOUFANT SLIPS
irridescent crystals. She carried the newlyweds will make reception will follow. Accompanists will be Karen 1 ..69ASST.
a bouquet of white calli lilies their home in Charlotte, N. C., Family members and friendsof Casey, Karen Rosenberger, SIZES Reg. 2.99
and baby breath. where Mr. Huberman is associated the young musicians are in- Sharlan Eng, Suzanne Lichter,
I Mrs. E: R. Everett, sister of with A. G. Odell Associ vited to attend. Mrs. Leon Roberts and Mrs. GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER SLIPS '/ .O'SIZES
the bride, was matron of honorBridesmaids ates, and architecture firm. Students taking part will be Selden Waldo. 7-14 Reg. 2.99 ;.
\ I .
were Miss Justine I
r Kibbee, Miami, Miss Cyn I!i INFANTS GOWNS '

I Reg. 1.00-1.99
: 1. .

:- Brides'Book ca.'S VPr 1f s11. i I: MEN & BOYS I .-'. .

,'" MENS
FRIDAY, May 22Miscellaneous SPORT SHIRTS
shower honoring for Summer at SAVINGS .- SIZES S-M-L Reg. 2.99
t .1liiss-Judith Diane Tucker ._ .
bride-elect'of William .
(I Sew with savings-by- .- ..
summer now j 2 67
A' C. up @.
Arnett, 8 p.m., Mrs. \ ASST. SIZES Reg. 3.99 .
O'Neill' and Mrs. Marshall O. the-yard on fabulous fashiomfabries for you, your family y }
Watkins, at the Watkins' home, \ BOYS SWEAT SHIRTS

i 1115 NE Third Street. and home! Select from our collection of every Pf: ASST. SIZES Reg. 1.19 .47
t Linen shower complimenting

Miss Gayle Cross, bride- type texture including dressy fabrics, LT. BOYS KNIT SHIRTS '
i :
elect of "asper Rappenecker 57
'.' Jr., 8 pjn., Miss Dianne in the season most-wanted colors. ASST. SIZES Reg. 1.39 '.

: I Cook and, Miss Miss Carolyn Anne Wigley Mooney -, Big'choice of prints, stripes, plaids. LT. BOYS COTTON SHIRTS 0-7

J! home of Miss Cook, 923 NW s ASST. SIZES Reg. 1.69. .O/
; 36th Terrace. "
5 97
'Post-nuptial coffee honoring ASST. SIZES Reg. 10.94 a.
I Mrs. Charles Mayo, the
former Miss Carol McDowall, VALUES TO 2.99 Yd. # t

; and Mrs. Daniel B. Schuh of

I I St Petersburg, the 'former HOUSEHOLD ITEMSMiss
t Miss Barbara ,Tilghman, 10 100% SILK-IMPORTED 45" WIDE ;, +
ajn. to noon, Mrs. Herbert
.f A.: Meyer and her daughter, & COTTON PLAIDS .9 9cDACRON
1 Miss Carol. Meyer, 1929 NW Clairol Hair Color Bath Q"7

Seventh Lane..Luncheon Yd.I Reg. 1.25 *,

I Gayle Cross, fiancee of Cas- ASSORTED GLASSES
t "Rappenecker Jr., 1 p.m., I 07
Mrs. Z. M.' Pirenian and her Many Styles & Colon Reg. 19c .

,' daughter, Holiday, Mrs.Inn.Robert Decker .1 r SPECIAL GROUP I 1 WOODEN SNACK TRAYS 97

,Wedding of Miss Juliet Reg. 1.79 .
Wood, daughter of Mr. and VALUES TO 1.59 Yd. t4 ( '
Mrs. Wilbur Leon Wood of PLASTIC DECANTER WITH : 'A7

Alachua, and James Harvey INCLUDES IRISH LINENS 6 JUICE TUMBLERS Reg 69c :. .
Thaxton Jr., son of Mr. and
Mrs. James Harvey Thaxton POLISHED COTTONS CAPRI CHAIR t ,
.1 Sr. of Americus, Ga., 5 pjn., 00 s ONLY- Reg. 11.99 U.1- -;
Holy Trinity. Episcopal e PETTE POINT PIQUE 2'yds. $1 p ,
Reception honoring Miss BROADCLOTH 3' 77
4 ONLY ASST. STYLES Reg. 9.99 .
of Orlando .
Fishback, '
Ann Jean
Prints & Solids I4 *
John Franklin
Ilk fiancee of THROW PILLOWS
Bennett,*5V to 7 p.m''Mr.: 87
and Mrs. Newton Cromwell II ONLY Reg. 1.49 ,

Ebaugh, Gainesville. Golf and ASSORTED GROUP j "rt HUGE ASSORTMENT ;
Club.Prenuptial "
Country w
Per ,
e dinner complimenting 1c 4y CLEARANCE DRAPES : Y2 PRICE(
Jean Fish- PRINTS 'r
.. Miss Ann ,
back of Orlando and John LAMP SHADES '
Franklin Bennett, Mr. and Values to 99c Yd. Inchr":
15 ONLY ASST. COLORS Reg. 2.99eU
1436'SW 16th
Mrs. T. J. Davis,
Avenue. '
Kitchen shower honoringMiss B-L FABRIC DEPT. ,. ONLY 16.99 12 f.49
Patricia Rehbein bride- Reg.

elect of Arthur McMillan : < Complete,Lines of Famous
Dunscombe, Mrs. W. B. Wil- .5 : \ *-r
1 *
'kinson, and her daughter : f" Reg. 1.99-2.99 | SPECIALSPECIAL */

I Miss Sue Wilkinson 2201 .NE NOTIONSPatterns
I Seventh Terrace. LADIES HATS -*_-.' 1.97

t SUNDAY, May 24 Reg. 3.99
Tea honoring Miss Gayle : '
: :
; by
Cross, bride-elect of -Caspar
Mrs. Herbert A. Meyer and CEHTIR BUTTERICK
her daughter, Miss Carol 1302 NORTH MAIN STREET 30 DAYS OR' MONTHS TO PAY
Meyer, 1929 NW Seventh McCALLS

Breakfast honoring Miss B-L CHARGE- CENTRAL CHARGE .r ("X 5 .
Ann Jean Fishback of Orlando VOGUEOPEN .
1 and her fiance, John Frank

lin Bennett, 10 a.m., ,Mr. and 10 A.M. TIL 9 P.M. MONDAY THRU SATURDAY Gainesville Shopping Center-Open Til 9 p.m.
Mrs. Burton- Woodward, 2114
West University Avenue.

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t 1 t =G91 e Cossab'oom ABOUT PEOPLEMrs. Moose Club

Mr. anti, ors Joseph 'P. Gale a (c ; ,- Hints from Heloise. Plans DanceThe

announce tEe engagement and Woodson. Tucker Jr. be joined later by Dr. Tucker
approaching marriage of their 3 'x idt' of New Orleans, formerly of and Woodson C. Tucker HI Moose Club will sponsora
daughter, Miss Patricia Ann Gainesville, has arrived for of Pittsburgh. DEAR HELOISE: DEAR HELOISE: black. dance on Saturday'.from 9
Gale, to Edwin Dewitt Cossa- Here is something I thoughtof After pjxi. to 1 a.m., at the Moose
festivities and cleaning it with
the pre-nuptial My daughter has come'up a Club NE 23rd Boulevard. ....
boom Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. M wedding of her daughter, Miss Back from Jefferson City, with solution for when my young son was soap-filled pad and some
Edwin oD'=.cossaboo Sr. ofMelbourne a perfect learning to tie his shoes: scouring Music will be by the Music<
n Judith Diane Tucker. Tenn., are Mr. and Mrs. P. her children to swallow powder, wash with
getting Men, and the price is $4
: : T. Tyre and their daughter, It seems as if those little soap and rinse with hot water per
will becomethe medical and vitamin pills
tx Miss Tucker
'Tlie btSdEe1ect" guys have a difficult time and let couple. -
Miss Denise and dry thoroughly
son "Chip.
< graduated
was Dale and She lets them
bride of William capsules. seeing those last "twists." I Proceeds will benefit the;
from Gainesville They went especially to at-
where sh& High School, Arnett, son of Dr. and Mrs. tend the commencement take the capsules with water tied one black and one white Then grease the pot all over., American Cancer Society. -
member of
was a Sigma program from cold drink bottle.
W. T. Arnett, June 7. The a shoe string together and then Put a tablespoon or more of
Anchor i at Carson-Newman College
Future Teachers of -
America and the school band. 9 y,3 sI ceremony will be solemnizedat where their older daughter The tilt of the bottle puts laced the shoes as usual. plain table salt in the pot and Club Speaker :
She attended the University of 4 p.m. in the First Methodist Miss Dorothy Tyre, received the throat in a receptive position Then as I demonstrated the take a piece of waxed paper Members of the Soil Conser- ".
"I Florida lor two years, where I Church. her BA degree. and the pellet slides loops, etc., he was able to and wad it into a ball and vation Service Wives Club met
she was a member of.Aqua Ga Judy, who was graduated Several pre-nuptial partiesare right down' even for those see better how it was done start scouring. Turn the ball at 'the Hotel Thomas for their
I of
tors and Swim Fins. She is presently I from the University of Flori- being planned for Doro- who find It most difficult to The black and white shoestring paper over as it turns black annual spring luncheon recently -
i employed by the Univer- g da in April, and her mother thy, whose marriage to Her- swallow pills. show HOWl! It only took This nay take two or: three Mrs. Josephine McSwine,
sity if) Florida. y have taken an apartment at man Saatkamp of Knoxville, MRS. M. L. him a few tries and he was wads of paperbut: keep it up Alachua County Home Demon-

Mr. Cossaboom was gradu- ""'" -- .....-"'"" x. the Manor Motel. They will. is set for June 13. tying ly. his own shoes proper- until clean.the Then waxed wash paper and seems rinse stration Agent, was guest speaker. '
ated from Melbcurne High i I *
Miss Patricia Ann Gale Mrs. Jesse G. Wilson DEAR HELOISE: MRS. EARL HARMAN the pot as usual.I Mrs. How.
school..He attended ProvidenceCollegerPrpYjdence. I has returned New officers are:
: R. I., and ing Law School at the University GHS MusiciansWill from a visit with her Would you tell me how to do. this to keep my iron ard Bissland, president; Mrs.
the University of Fairfield, Fair- of Florida. daughter, Mrs. A. Blok, and fix shrimp for.salads? I can't DEAR HELOISE: skillets clean and the salt James Woodfin, secretarytreasurer
II field Gonn., and received his BS The wedding will be an eventof Give Mr. Blot of Panama City stand to clean them.HAZEL To those women who have keeps them from sticking. I and Mrs. R. G. Jessup,
degree from,the University of August 8 at noon in the St. Panama. B. cast iron pots that turn food MRS. A. H.: publicity chairman.
Florida. He is presently attend- Augustine Chapel. l" .I
Senior Recital
STORE HOURS: 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday thru SaturdayCHILDREN'S

3 Bridge Club Notes A trio of high school musi-
cians, Miss Sharon Kuitert,
clarinetist, Miss Kristine Jor-
( By JOHN E. CRAPS 162, Mrs. R. W. Bryan and Mrs. dan, pianist; and Miss Rheua
I W. H. Edwards Sue Stakely, violinist, will present -
Jr. were third sti
W. D. Macdonald and 0 .
senior recital tomor- '
Mrs. L. E. Grinter led the I with 158, and Mrs. H. L. Gray their jj :!
4:9 ,
North South pairs at way the and Mrs. J. A. Jones, Jr. fourth row night at 8 at the Gaines- THE STORE WITH MORE i ':' -;::..: : Famous
among -
Monday evening tournament of 1 I with 151. ville Woman's Club. GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER i .;;; ,. DON MOORE -

the Gainesville Bridge Club at Mrs. C. W. Beasley and Mrs.R. Following the program, a reception '302 NORTH MAIN STREET ,. ,, '
) 1' .- .. ..
,I the Recreation Center with 187 J. Williams won top honors will be given in their ; .
match points. There were East-West with 163, followed by honor by their mothers, Mrs.
twelve and one half tables in Mrs. W. E. Clardy and Mrs. J. Louis C. Kuitert, Mrs.- Paul 5 .
9 .. .
play ".and the average score F. Wharton with 150'Mrs. W. T. Jordan and Mrs. James 0. .:"
North-South was 143, East-West Zeanah and Mrs. E. D. Mathews Stakely.The .
132. with 146, and Rufus Heath
three girls, who are seniors lun n 1illmm(6r(
and J. A. Jones Jr. with
lanT. Gilson and P. D. Gold- at Gainesville High School, ..
hagen took second place with have received high honors in

Brannons SpeakGuest music and academic fields. S
ADVERTISEMENT Next year, Miss Stakely will WEAR I
r An easy way to increase your I meeting of the Womenof attend Rollins College, where :
family income is by selling the Moose took place early in she has received a scholarship;
Make a list then phone 372-8441 I the week at the Moose Lodge. Miss Jordan will attend Pomona tk:
things you aren't using with the Clyde and Alleen Brannon, certified College in Claremont, Calif., d
Gainesville Sun Classified Ads. graphoanalysts, were and Miss Kuitert will attend .4 ;, :x ...

to place your ad. guest speakers for the evening. Emory University. ".
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Associated Press Sports Writer

many, many weeks away to Florida's Oct. 10 football Boog go Boom! .
clash with should That might sound like baby
Mississippi at Florida Field and what be
talk but it's carried the Baltimore !-
one of the highlight games of this season or any season in ,
Gator history.The .Orioles into a virtual tie

rugged rebels quite likely to be designated a contender -. Ifi/v- : (4-
for national championship honors this season, and the hope- League.

ful Gators will provide a battle of brothers-in the coaching Boog is John Powell, the Onoles' -

staffs. i1rZ1rIJ; 22-year-old left fielder

That would be Frank "Bruiser"! Kinard, Ole Miss offensive whose bat has been booming recently -

I line coach; and Billy Kinard, Gator defensive backfield ., He clouted a two-run

tutor. homer Wednesday night in Bal-

As a sort of added attraction, the starting fullback for the - J timore's 8-3 triumph over Kan-

i Rebs is expected to be Frank Kinard Jr., son of the Ole '1 sas City. Thursday, May 21,1964

f Miss line coach.. ; The victory put the Orioles

What the DiMaggios Boyers and Alous have done for base- --- even in games but 27 percentage -
I "" ""' ''''''"''Y'''"' Y ;' Q
ball the Kinards and Pooles have done for football behind the Chicago
the Mississippi brand. White Sox, who were Idle II runs and a single as Washing Thomas slammed homers in the
Standing By Are (L-R) Bill Carey, Dr. Clayton Hawk, Ed Stephens ''I
(.Sun photo by Tommy Lewis) Wednesday. ton trounced Detroit 10-3. Kille seventh for the Tigers off

Billy's a Straight Shooter I brew hit his 10th and 11th homers Claude Osteen, who evened his
Five Homers
,I_ 'in Minnesota's 7-4 victory: record at 33.Killebrew .

Bruiser, Ole Miss' first All-America player ((1936 and 1937)) Double In his last eight games, Powell j over New York. Boston nipped took the league leadin

; as well as first All-Southeastern Conference selection, was Eagle Highlights has slugged five homers bat-, Los Angeles 4-3 in the other home runs with his pair. His
knocked in 12 runs and has
followed by George, a guard; Henry, another guard,. and :game. first blast came with one aboard<<
ted at a .435 clip. His surge has
Billy, a halfback.
in the Twins' fiverun first inning
Gator fans who haven't met Billy are in for a jolt. lie's Golf raised his average 69 points to Pappas limited the Athleticsto He-
Course against Ralph Terry.
EvaluationBy .233. His home run total is seven five hits while his mates
big, strong, tough and determined. One of the surest forecastfor connected again in the eighth.

next fall from a Florida standpoint will be that the Ga his RBI mark 23. i pounded' Diego Segui and Jack Oliva Homers

tors' defensive secondary will be mean. That's the Kinard Baltimore has won six! of theeight' ,Aker. Brooks Robinson drove in -

1 stamp. NIS NISSEN foursome. lengthy 6,915 yards from the games and 10 of the last three runs, two with a doublein Tony Oliva also clouted a two-
I Assistant Editor Hawk slammed run homer in the first, helping
Bruiser, a real war horse in college football of his day, a threeback markers and 6,320 13. the fifth when the Orioles

left a record that makes a grid fan dizzy to look it over. A Two Florida State Golf wood into the hole on his from the regular tees. Powell's two-run homer in.the I chased: Segui. The double-and Camilo Pascual to his fifth triumph

.: 212-pound tackle, 6-1, Bruiser could run the 100 in :10.4, averaged Association representatives second shot on the 480-yard, Par will stand at the pres- latest victory climaxed a five- ,Powell's homer were off Aker. against two defeats. Pas-

55 minutes ball game for 34 straight games in his and a pair of local ,.sharprare! par 5 14th hole for a ent 72, the officials said, but run rally in the fifth and helped Luis Aparicio stole three cual held until the Johnny Yankees Blanchard to two

I shooters toured the Gainesville double eagle. handicaps will be figured on Milt Pappas to his third straight I bases for the Orioles, giving him smacked runs a two-run homer in

Golf and Country Club He also birdied the next 73 and 70. victory after two defeats. 17 in 20 attempts.Halt the ninth.

record.break0 and finished with a 74 -
yesterday in Two Courses Big Hitters Streak Boston scored two runs in the

I :- ; -w fashion. en-under-par to lead the quartet 65 best to ball.a sev-' Carey also pointed out John Kennedy and Harmon Kennedy's hitting helped halt seventh for its victory over Los

The FSGA officials, Bill Carey, executive director that he "knew of only two Killebrew also were batting.Detroit's four -' game winning Angeles. Ed Bressoud's single

Carey and George Phelps, of the FSGA and other courses in the state, stars in the AL Wednesday. streak. He hit a homer in 'the drove in Roman Mejias with
Phelps, '
teed off with the intentionof immediate past president Bay Hill near Orlando and Kennedy smashed two home :first and another in the fifth. He the deciding run after Dalton
evaluating the new rated the and Desoto Lakes in Sarasota, singled 'across a run in the Jones doubled home Bob Till-.

4' Gainesville course. at long 73 strokes exactinglayout from that rated 73 strokes. eighth when three Tiger errors man with the tying run.

The local golf aces Dr. the back (blue) tees. He called the Gainesville .. .helped the Senators to five The Angels had taken a.3-2

three seasons with the Rebs. In 1936 he played 562 minutes Clayton Hawk and Ed Stephens layout a "fine course," and runs. Dick Phillips contributed lead in their seventh on Billy

without relief and wound up seeing action 708 out of 720 had other things on Three Strokes "harder than" most on the two RBI to Washington's attack. Moran's triple, and pinch hitter

1 minutes of play in the season. their minds. They rated three strokes standard. Night Game BOSTON Bill Freehan and George Bob Rodgers' single. -
They hardly make football players like that anymore.They're Like shooting a double eaeasier, or 70, from the reguStephens also is connected abrhbl ab r h bl .
gle and breaking the course Jar (white) tees. with the FSGA serving Pearson rf 4001 Jones 2b 211 1
on Kirkpa If 4011 Bressoud: ss 3 1 1 1
Just Plain record for best ball in a The course measures a the board of directors. R. Lee p 0 0 0 Y'tiTsU H 200 0
Hungry -
Fregosl ss 400 OMalzone 4b 401 1 DUNCAN BLAST
Koppe ss 000 Stuart 1b 301
Adcock Ib 301 OConigllaro If 4 0 0 0
People who admire Ole Miss' persistent success, only two REMINISCES STAN MUSIAL eDees Ib 0 0 Tillman c 301
A 0 2 0 cWilson 010 0
I, Torres 3b
regular-season losses (both to LSU) since 1958, should know Satriano C 3000 Radatz p 000 0

k that much of it is due to the fact that the young men who Thomas Simpson H cf. 3100 100 OMellas Lamabe rf p2000 21 0 0 PACES GATORSGator -

make up Rebel grid teams are just a bit "hungrier" than Knoop 2b 0000 ONixon c 1000

those found in most other schools, even in the South. Would Go to College FirstNEW Chance aMoran p 2b 3320 0000

Rebels have never Osinski p 1000
Billy remarked recently that some bRodgers C 2011 baseball captain Jim record to 19-9 for the
of roast beef before sitting down Totals 32 3 7 3 Totals 24 4 5 4 1 season
steak cut
seen a or a rare
Walked for Knoop In 3rd; b-Singlet Duncan's first-inning home run with five
--- still
o to be
to their first meal at the Ole Miss training table. "They've YORK (AP) If Stan lease in 1960 just before the ever saw but called Ted Williams -for Osmski In 7th e-Ran for Tillman games played -
'- he said. "Ground Musial had it to do all In 7th; d-Struck out for Lamabe In 7th; got Florida started to an easy against Florida State University -
only known one cut of meet in their lives, over trading deadline. the best ', e-Ran for Adcock in 8th.
hitter of his time. 131. Jack and
beef." again, he would go to college be- All-Stars Los Angeles ................ 002 000 100- win yesterday over a return! contest with
He doubted that would ... ......,... sonville in base- the
anyone Boston .. ... ,. 000 200 20x4EStuart. University a Dolphins in Jacksonville. "
Ole Miss takes tremendous pride in the fact it produces fore he played professional base- Picking his personal all-star .
I hit .400 again. 24-8, Boa ball
PO-A-Los Angeles game at Perry Field. i Dan Griffin
I great football ,teams with an almost 100 per cent homegrown 1 team, Musial rated. teammateRed ton 27.10. DP-Malzone and Stuart. Torres picked up the victory -

P squad. Still, there are areas in. the Magnolia State ball.Musial said he hated to think Schoendienst over Jackie Broeg caught the spirit of Knoop Boston and 5. Adcock. LOB-Los Angeles 6. hits Duncan in four, who tries collected and batted three in for the Gators to hike his

that are not in highest favor. High school gridders who do what would have happened to Robinson for second base and Musial and his enthusiasm for S-Chance.2B Moran.SF-Stuart.Jones. 3B -' Moran. four I mark to 3-0 for the year. He
A came with fanned
1 their scholastic playing along the coast line have to be su him if he had failed to make the Pee Wee Reese of the Dodgersover baseball as he wound up the IP .. H ERBBSO runs, through nine and scattered four
..... .. 0'his homer
xChance 3 2 2 2 4 after leadoff man hits. JU did
per. Experience has taught that boys from the sand and grade in baseball. The formerSt. teammate Marty Marionfor story with a typical Musial Osmski ........... 3 0 0 0 1 2 not score until the
of the R. Lee ... 1.2 ..... 2 3 2 2 1 !3 Don Pendley reached base. final frame.
in other He rated Willie "I
interested : I've
aspects shortstop. quote hope
localities too made given nearlyas
water are Louis Cardinal great Lamabe W, H ... 7 6 3'r: 3 5 .
good life. And at Ole Miss, the good life is going 10-0-0 these observations and many 'Mays and Joe DiMaggio as the much as I've gotten from it Radatz ........,.. 2 1 0 0 0 2 The Gators built their marginto Carl Smires went five Innings -

I in a football season and capping it off with a bowl victory others in his book "Stan Musial"as 'I perfect ball players, th& best he (baseball)." x U-Napp-Faced, 4 Rice.men Stewart In 4th., Stevens. A- 5-0 in the first five inningsand for the Dolphins but John
Y.704.- then sewed .things with Von Achen who
hurled th
: somewhere. told to Bob Broeg sports editor Night Game e
WASHINGTON seven runs in the sixth. sixth took the
DETROIT brunt of the at-
of the St.
.i! A Long Line of GreatsOle :patch. Wart 3b- .brhbi 4010 Blas'me2b abrhbi 5111Lumpe The victory boosted Florida'Johnston tack. He gave up seven hits in
: 5333
2b 4110 Kennedy ss one
The retired star, now directorof Kalme rf 4020 Hinton If 4220
football follower of the flIOR Cash Ib 4001 King rf 4010 I Florida will
people to
Miss has produced every President Johnson's physical Demeter cf 4 0 1 0 Phifps Ib 2022 go Tallahassee

fall madness recognizes. Anyone who hasn't heard of Bruiser :fitness program, revealed how ti14e 1 1FLORIDA Thomas Freehan If c .c 4111 1 1 cSkowron Lock cf Ib 4100 1 001 tomorrow to take on For!

Kinard, Barney Poole, Charley Conerly, Parker Hall, 1 he moved from $65 a month in McAuliffe ss 4 0 1 0 Brumley C 3220 da State in single games Fri

Ray Poole, Junie Hovious, Jackie Simpson, Charley Flowers ;Class D to a $100,000 a year sal aWood Rakow p 1000 1000 Bnnk'an Zimmer ss 3b 3 1001 0 0 I 0 day and Saturday. Danny Eg-

I Jake Gibbs, Glynn Gfiffing, et al, should turn in his with the Cardinals. He told AMERICAN LEAGUE STATE LEAGUE Navarro p 0000 Osteen p 3011 1 gart and Charlie Anderson are

megaphone. ary in W. U Pet. GB. ... .. .. ,., ... W. L. Pet. Gfe.Ft. bB. Phillips 0000bB. 1 0 Cheney p 0101 expected to be
Egan the
lesson p
low he learned a negotiation Chicago 16 9 .640 Lauderdale 21 10 .671 Phillips 1010 Gator hurl-
As was said before, it's many, many weeks until Oct. 10. ; when he pointed out to Baltimore 19 12 ..613 Lakeland 19 12 .613 2 sparma 0000 errs for the two contests with
New .York 16 12 .571 11hClevelancl Daytona) Beach19 12 .613 2 46 3 3 Totals 35 10 12'
innovation theI Totals
Still, Gator fans should be prepared for one 5am; Breadon he would have to I 16 12 .571 1YJ St. Petersburg 19 13 .594 Mi a-Struck out for Rakow In 5th; b-Sin- the Seminoles.
them that at Florida Field.It 'Minnesota 18 1..563 1YJ Sarasota: 15 IS JOO SV4 In 7th c-Popped out
,Rebels will bring with day harder" because Terry glecl for Navarro ;
Detroit 15 16 A. .c
'play Tampa 12 20 .375 9 out for lacksonvilli
I for Phillips In 7th; d-Popped ab r h Florida
will be the adaption of what is known as the "allcourtpress" 1 Uoore\ and Enos Slaughter were Boston U 17..c52 5 Miami 11 20 .355 10 Sparma In 9th. Mosco. If 301 Pendley. 3b alt r h

in basketball to the football field. How? Quite simple. service in 1943.. Los washington 13 15 20.39.21 .417& 7 6YJ Orlando Yesterdays Results 8 22 .267 utA Detroit ................. 000 001 200- '" .. Smires, p-2b 300 Duncan. If 433 241
i iI in: Angeles Washington ............: 211 010 Oix-10 ; Hodsdon Jensen ss 411 Shannon ib
Daytona Beach at Fort Lauderdale, 401
will be Kansas 11 20 .355 B
I Ole Miss' defense, on every play of the game, a ReprimandedOwner City YestecdaV's- Results rain pod. E Wert. Freehan. PO-A-Wash- Welland, C 3 0 0 MnfBmrV. 2b 3 1 2
-Egan Clark
t "red dog" rush by all seven linemen and probably the Breadon reprimanded j r\Imesot.: 7, New York 4 Orlando 3, Miami 1, Ington 27-8, Detroit 24-11. LOBWashniton Mathews.3b Ib .400 402 Blomgren, rf' 401
Sarasota Porter,
10 Lakeland 2St.
Baltimore I. Kansas City 3 8, Detroit 6. c 5 1 0
linebackers, too. I iim by saying, "I thought you :Boston 3. Los Angeles 3 Petersburg 6, Tampa 2TodlY's I 2B-Hinton. HR-Kennedy 2, Freehan.. PKY Sets Burger.McMillan cf-2 rf 500 3 0 0 aBoyVtonTcf 411
10. Detroit 3 10
Washington SFSkow.ron.
Thomas. 5-Brumley. Cheney. 0
who ,
1 were the kind of ball player :Only games schecluled. Daytona Beach at Miami Knot 2b 100 Morcroft, ss 422
Tall Talented Tough Orlando at Fort Lauderdale. IP H R ERBBSO Van Achen p 1 00 Griffin,
in 4i
lave your all. every game. Todays Games lakeland at Sarasota Rakow ... 0-3 .... A l.c.4 0 3 Hard Drill Petrosky, p 1 0 0 p *
the[ lesson stuck with Musial. Los Angeles Newman 2-2 at Boston Tampa at St. Petersburg., Navarro ........ 2 2 1 1 1 2 Totals 31 1 4 Totals Jj 13 n
suckers for the Morehead 23 Egan ........... 1131 4 2 2 0 A-Struck out for Creese In
thinking. They're
Aha! Know what you're The shock of the trade that Kansas City O'Donoghue 1-1 at Baltimore FLORIDA STATE LEAGUEW. parma ......... 23 1 1 0 1 0 For Jacksonville ....... 000000001-1 8th. .
I Any other team, yes. Ole Miss, no. Why? ent Enos Slaughter from the Bunker 3-0, night L Pet. GB. Ostoen W, 3-4 .... 6 1-3 8 3 3 0 4 Today Florida ...T'...'. 2010270 X-13
pass. 227.They're c; Detroit Hamilton 0-0 at. Washington Dan Cheney ......... 2231 0 0 0 1' E-Pendley, Jensen Burget, .
Irwin 6-5 ,
6-4 220 Carl Mosco
People like Allen Brown, ; ;Cards to the New York Yankees iels 4-2 night INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE WP-Rakow. McKinley, Soar, Salerno Montgomery. RBI-Mathews Ouncan
6-4 230 Walt Aldridge, 6-3%, Only games scheduled. Toronto 5. Syracuse 3. 11 innings Valentine. T-2:39. 1.-6.407. P K. Yonge will 4, Shannon 2. ,
1' ends. James Harvey, ; just before the 1954 season was Tomorrow's Games Buffalo 4, Rochester 2 MINNESOTA'' NEW YORK : wrap up Montgomery 2 Blom

t 230 They're tackles. Bobby Robinson, 6-2, 220; Stan HindJ J reviewed. Musial told how he Washington at Chicago N Richmond Jacksonville 6, 6 Columbus, Atlanta 3 3 abrhbl ab r h W major work for its spring football gren sonville Morcroft 24-; Florida 2, Griffin.27-11. Po-A-J.ck LOB-Jack. -
Detroit at Cleveland N Versa lies IS 4 1 1 Gonzalez 3b 5 110
man, 6-3, 230. They're guards. Bill Bedingfield, 6-2, 215; Jim and Slaughter both cried on a Minnesota at Baltimore N Only games scheduled.Duffalo. Rollins 3b .c 1 1 Rich'son 2b 5021 game Saturday night at Citizens -sonville 26-Pendley.4; Florida Croose.6. '
Los Angeles at New York. N Oliva rf 4112 Marls rf 4020Allison HR-Duncan.. SF
Wright, 6-3, 205. They're centers. street corner. Kansas City at Boston, N Ib 422 0 3010Hall with a strong work- -Shannon, Duncan. .'
linemen have the same commonphysical cf 4000 Tresh elfcf 4000! out today. IP H R ER BB SO
These Rebel Stan recalled how he came : NATIONAL'LEAGUE OutIndefinitely Killebrew If 4233 Pepitone Ib 4000 Smires (t) 1.3 .. 5 S 5 .c 3. 2
traits. Tall, strong and, most important, tremend usly fast. close to finishing his career with I W. L. Pc?. G,.. Green If 0000 Howard c 3010 Coach Mike Gutierrez Is Von Achen ..,... 1 7 86 2 0
I Philadelphia 19 11 .633 Battey c 4000 Boyer ss 4210 Petrosky ........ .2 1.0 0 1 2
Without exception, virtually every Ole Miss lineman is fast. the Pittsburgh Pirates but final- I San Fran. 20 12 .625 Allen 2b 4010 Terry p 0000 pleased with the hustle of the Griffin (W) 3-0 .. 9 4 1 1 4 9
fullback Lar- St Louis 20 14 .588 1 Pascval 4010 Stafford p 2001 Blue WP-Von Achen U .
Gator back, excepting perhaps the Cards p Wave gridders this spring. ; -Belbeck and
er than every ly balked at asking Pittsburgh 11 15 .545 2V* Mikkelsen, p 0000 Bolts; T-2:23; A-750.
ry Dupree who might be able to outrun one or two Rebels to give him his unconditional re- 'Milwaukee Cincinnati 16 18 14500 15 .545 4 2H Hamilton aLopez p. 0000bBlan'ard 1000' "There is more overall deter' : :

in the forward wall. Los Angeles 16 It .457 SVi SAN 1112 mination this spring," he said.
Houston 15 21 .417 7 FRANCISCO (AP.SanFrancisco Totals 34 7II i Totals 36404
defense thwarts foes' mere- "This time know
Ole Miss' crashing passing game Chicago 12 17 .414 6V4 a.-Struck out for Mikkelsen in 7th; b- they they can
by racing in and knocking down the passer before he can Bell New York 10 24 3)4 11Yesterdays pitcher Jim Duffalo Homered for Hamilton In 9tl. do it while last spring the ;y MAIORI1
ly Results
I Drops was declared out of the Giant Minnesota .......... SOO 000 Sit- only
Philadelphia 7. San Francisco 2 thought they could do
throw.Iii' Pittsburgh 4, Houston 3 New York .......;......... 002 000 003-4
..! lineup indefinitely after a it." QLEAGUEj'EADERS .
St. 1, 0
Louis Chicago Richardson. PO-A-Minnesota 27-10,
What's The Answer? Football For Milwaukee 7. Cincinnati 3 medical examination Tuesday New York 27-8. DP-Allen, Versalles and Fundamentals will occpy attention '
Los Angeles 4, New York 1
Allison; Richardson and Boyer. LOB !
TodaY's Games showed the right-hander had: Minnesota X New York 7. with blocking and tack. /
''I' And for those who still are skeptical, hark back to the Rebels Philadelphia Wise 0-0 at San Francisco suffered cracked ninth rib anda ins 2B-Allison Allison,Boyer.Gonzalez.HR-Oliva.Marls. KilleDrew 3B-Rol- ling coming in for close scru- .
crushing job on LSU a week after the Bengals beat Florida One SeasonBELL Chicago Hendley BuM 3-1 or Hobbie 0-1 at St.Lou strained muscle below his 2.salles Blanchard. Richardson. S-Ver. tiny. Lack of experience is

'I- 14-0. Halfback Joe Labrazzo, 'a :9.9 sprinter, was caught Pittsburgh is Sadeckl Law 2-3. 1-3 night at Houston Farrell 12th nb.Duffalo. IP- H R ERBBSO PKY's big handicap to date. Batting AMERICAN 60 at bats LEAGUE- Oliva Minna .
'I kickoff return at the one-yard line after run- Lack of available 5-1, night PasceulW.5-2.0 9.4 4 2 9 "We still have iota .387; Freehan Detrolt..360. -

from behind on a ill New York Fisher 1.2 at Los Angeles pitched three score Terry L, 1-3 .... 13 S 5 5 0 1 some key positions Runs Rollins, Minnesota, 30; Oliva,
back 80-odd yards. Hindman got him. LSU failed to manpower next year w Koufax 33. night Stafford ........ 523 3 1 0 0 5 that someone will have Minnesota 29. -!
ning Bell High School to postpone Tomorrows Games less innings Monday against the' Mikkelsen .:..... 1 O' 0 0 G Runs batted In Cash, Detroit. 29.|
score in four downs from the one. force New York at Houston N New York Mets before Hamilton ......... 2 2 1 1 0 .c to learn to play," Gutierrez'said. 'Wagner, Cleveland 27. -
asked how Hindman managed to participation in Riverland Chicago at Cincinnati N leavingwith I' PB-Battey. U DiMuro, Paparella Whit Spingfield is. Hits Oliva Minnesota 55; .B re wood.... ,
Kinard was
working -
Bruiser football Pittsburgh at San Francisco.. N a 1-1 count on the first bat- Drummond, Umont. T-2:32. A-8.175. Boston 44.Doubles
Labruzzo. His reply is classic. Conference six-man Philadelphia at Los Angeles N Night Game ng at end and Johnny Wershow Robinson Baltimore; !res.
catch it was revealed St. Louis at Milwaukee N ter in the fourth. KANSAS CITY BALTIMORE i lOUd, Boston; Mathews Kansas City
"Why shouldn't :9.6 lineman catch a :9.9 halfback," was for one season, alt r II .. abrhbi is, at corner linebacker. and .Rollins. Minnesota 9. __ _,
today. Causey ss 4000 Brandt cf 5120 Triples Green Kansas City, Venal
Bruiser's answer.. Mathews cf 411 0 Aparlclo 4120 Highlighting PKY work to lea and Oliva, Minnesota, and Hinton
School principal M. W. Fielding Charles 3t 4000 Johnson 2b 5222 Washington, 4. _
Until Ole Miss' opposition comes up with the answer to that, date has been the improvedplay
Sportsman Gentile Ib 3111 Siebern Ib 2110 Home runs KHIebrew, Minnesota
: I the Rebels are going to be mighty difficult to beat said today that a survey Proposes Colayito rf 4O2lRobInson3b3ll3 of AH-Area fullback Tom 11; Colavito Kansas City, and Allison
made by Coach Al Powers turn- Jimenez 3000 Powell H 3112 and Hall. Minnesota 10. "
Lau c 2110 Kirkland rf 4130 Hansen, heavier this season; Stolen baes-Aparklo, Baltimore, -17,
\ ed up the fact that only eightor Duncan c l0000rsinoc 3011 and the line of Wagner Cleveland Fregosi, Los Angeles _
availablefor Three-Game Playoff Green 2b 3000 Pappas p 4000 potential Steve and Hinton Washington, 5... ,
I Collins Recovering nine boys would be Segui p 1000 Twedell, Vera Hodsdon and Covey Pitching.3 decisions 'Pizarro, Chica _
the"team next and only Akerp 0000aTartabun go. 4-0 1 000: Hall and Bunker Bank
year 1000 Johnston. more. and Kralick Cleveland .
34 1 -
two of these had any previous I KANSAS CITY (AP-A New the AFL or National. Football i Handrahan p 0 0 0 0 Strikeouts Wkkersham Detroit, OCO..Xi ___ __
: bAlus 1000BowsfieW adatz, Boston. 47.
From Brain Surgery experience. Orleans sportsman'whose sell- League. p SlOB NATIONAL LEAGUE -

The will continue as 'lag points are warm Southern Totals 31 3 5 2 Totals 31 111 Shepherd Club Batting 60 at bats Mays, San Fransco _
Bulldogs _
J93 Williams,. _
Dixon was invited by the AFL --.Flied out for Alter In 4th7 Popped ; Chicago J80.
member of the Riverland Con- weather and January television out for Handrahan in 8th. I Runs Mays San Francisco, 31; a.. -
Bill Collins,, popular Hawthorne day with a severe headache and a exposure will a three- owners to their meeting to discuss Kansas City .............., Ml tOG 11 4 Meets TonightThe manic, Phisburgti,.:'.
said and propose
football and basketball when it failed to respond to ference, Fielding another topic-a plan'to Baltimore ..*.............. 012 85S ttx-8 m.Runs 35; batted Howard.In Los Maya San, Franels- -
championship playoff to Angeles SUrselJ
coach and recently elected president -: treatment, was taken to the will expand the basketball program game have the AFL all-star game in E-Gentile, Robinson. PO-A Kansas German Clubof Pittsburgh. and Boyer. Louis, 24. _
American Football League own- 24-13. Baltimore 27-7. DP-Causey Shepherd Hits Clemente, Pittsburgh, SU Boy
of the Riverland Confer- Medical Center where the diagnosis playing more games New Orleans in the Sugar Bowl ICty Green; Handrahan, Green and Gentle Gainesville will meet at 8 er, St. Louis, 47. -
and the season earlier. ers today. Green and Gentile. LOB- Doubles Clemente, Pittsburgh, _
burst blood starting ; -Causey 12i
of vessel
ence for 1964-65, is recovering a instead of San Diego where it Kansas City 2. Baltimore 7. o'clock tonight at Guaranty Fed I Mayo and Torre. Milwaukee and Hunt ________
surgery at the was made.A With some 147 students in the The proposal will be made by has been established. 2B-Kirkland. Lau. Brandt. Robinson. New York 9 ,*. -
from ,
emergency 7-12 and about 65 of Dave Dixon a'real estate Gentile. 3B-Johnson. Mathews. HR-Pow- eral. Gene Duvall of Jacksonville Triples Santo Chicago 4: Banks _
University of 'Florida Medical series of tests were run to grades man ell. SB-Aparicto. 3. SF-Robinson, Gen- Chicago; Allen, Philadelphia; Clemen. -
determine if .surgery was possible -those males, Fielding said Bell who is president of the New Or- Under Dixon's playoff plan'tile.. Beach; police department te. Pittsburgh, and Boyer. St. louis,-x' _
Center. IP H R ERBBSP Home runs Mays San Francisco. J4; -
and the operation was expected to return to six-man leans Professional Football Club' the first game would be in the SeguL L.2-3.(1.3 7. a 2 1 will be the speaker. l Howard. Los Angeles. 12. -.("-
\ J surgery I' Aker .. .......... 21 3 2 2 0 0 Duvall ,r discuss obedience Stolen bases Wills. Los Angeles"13j*
Collins; underwent performed yesterday.The football in 1965. Inc., a group seeking post.sea-I league city that would get it Handrahan ....... 2 2. 0.2 1 Harper Cincinnati 9, iT .1 ----
: yesterday for. a burst blood vessel Medical Center report today Powers will remain at Bell son and pre-season games in under present rules. The Eastern -Bowsfield .m.'.. 1 1 0 S 2'training, use of dogs in police Pitching 3 decisions Gibson St":.Lou> -
4 Pappas W 3-2 9 5 3 3 6 Is. 4-0 1000; MarknaU SM Franciico ..
in the brain. listed the Hawthorne 'as athletic supervisor and New Orleans until a pro franchise -I and Western Division HBP-By Mar (Orsino). WP-Pappas. work and will give a demon- '-1. ..157.Strikeouts & --
PB-Duncan. U-Haller,.Hurley, Flaherty Maloney C1ncsafl, 12,
He'Vas taken ill last SaW coach's condition as fair. coach, Fielding said. can be obtained in either! champs now alternate as hosts. Carriflan. 7-2:14. A-4OT. .stration. Markhll.San Francisco 41, 1. _

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-New Zealand f 'It Can't Go On'--No Hits, That .Is I IBy

Horse Named
MIKE RATHET : with Willie struggling to breakout tional league-leading Phillies. | bases loaded. A spectacular.temporarily tying the game 2-2

Associated Press Sports Writer of a deep slump that has Mays' (0for3performance) fielding play by Bobby Wine on in the fourth inning.

"It can't go on," said Willie I shriveled his average to .393. dropped him under the .400 Jim Hart's shot up the middle

:;. Mays. I Mays went hitless for the mark for the first time since the started a threat-ending double- Six-Hitter

: Yogi Berra ,, He's right. One of these days fifth straight game and Juan opening days of the season and play. Nick Willhite and Ron Per-

r I he's got to get a hit. I Marichal had his 12-game victory left him with a string of 10 hit- ranoski combined on a sixhitterfor

Mays made the predictionless string snapped Wednesdayas less trips to the plate. In the Retired Last 17 the Dodgers, Willhite allow

--. 2fr m Dark Hmts than two weeks ago when I the San Francisco Giants lost last nine games, Mays is only Gibson, now 4-0, retired the ing the Mets only run in the

By ARTHUR DALEY he was smacking the ball at al to Philadelphia 7-2 and tumbled 3-for-27, a .111 clip that has last 17 men in order and won third on two errors sandwiched

.. NEW YORK "It was a very short night," said Yogi .478 clip, but it's just as apt now i into second place behind the Na- whacked 85 points off his batting his duel with the Cubs' Larry around Dick Smith's single.
Jackson when consecutive sin- That tied the score M. The
Berra average.
looking slightly more sleepy-eyed than usual. "I
Dick Groat Ken the lead in
gles Dodgers regained
by Boyer
didn't ,
,:. get to bed until 2 this morning and then a coupleof 5-For-S
and Bill White brought in the the fourth when Frank Howard
cats had a fight on front lawn. They made big
my a
John Callison of the Phillies
noise Cardinal run in the eighth in- walked, took second on a wild
boy! Lotsa nois .
added to his average with a 5- Jackson 5-3 and winner and scored
The JOHN CALLISON ning. a pickoff attempt on
practically peerless of the Yankees was
Blasts 5-for-5 I _1_ -I for-S performance, stroking a against his former teammates Doug Camilli's single. A two-
.... wandering around the clubhouse in a state of dishabille,
homer and four singles drivingin
only once in seven decisions, run eighth put it out of reach.
I his sweatshirt drooping halfway to his knees. But he had Night Game PHILADELPHIA SAN FRANCISCO .1 three and scoring twiceas
NEW YORK LOS ANGELES abrhbi abrhbi. runs had allowed only five hits before
... recovered from the shock of the 13-inning defeat by the abrhbi abrhb the Phillies handed Marichalhis Bob Veale and Al McBean
Twins Smith Ib 401 OWills SS 512 a Taylor 2b S11OJ.Alou rf 5220 the decisive trio.
.. the night before and was gazing in fascination at a Hunt 2b 4001 Gilliam 3b 301 G Allen 3b 4122 Miller 2b 3000 first defeat since Aug. 30, collaborated on a five-hitter for

t clipping cutting would be the more proper word from a Hickman cf 400 0T.Davis If 3000 Callison rf 5253 Mays cf 3000 1963 and left the Giant ace witha Eddie Mathews put the the Pirates. The Colts scored
... Chrtoph'r If 4 0 2 Howard rf 402 Covlngton If 3 1 1 2 McCovey If 4022 I
New Zealand newspaper. He showed it to Frank Crosetti. Taylor c 401 Camilli c 402 1 aAmaro Ib 100 OCepeda Ib 2010 6-1 record.Meanwhile Braves ahead to stay, doubling their three runs with only one

.. "Lookit this, Crow," said Yogi. "It says: 'Yogi Berra Altman C. Smith If 3b 4000 3 0 1 OPerran'skl bParker p 0 0100 0 0 a Gonzalez Hersrnlb-if5000Hart3b cf 501 Crandall c 2000 4000 the St. Louis'Card- Frank Boiling home for a 3-2 hit, WaIt Bond hitting a two-

causes surprise. McMillan ss 301 Fairly Ib 300 0 Dalrymple c 3 1 2 cHaller c 0000 lead who homer afteran
within in the seventh. Torre run in the seventh
Locke p 1100 Trace's 2b 4 0 0 0 Wine ss 5010 Pagan ss 3020 inals moved to one game ,
"Yogi Berra always causes surprise," said Crosetti, react aGonder 1 0 0 0 W.Davis cf 411 0 p 2000 dSnider 1000 of first place by edging the Chicago singled home a run in the tirst, error and the Colts scoring
Hmslev P 0000 Willhite p 2000 Baldschun p 3 1 1 0 D'venport ss 0 0 0 0 i
ing instinctively even before he studied the article. cRoseboro cIa 1 1 Marichal p 2000 Cubs 1-0 behind Bob Gib- put the finishing touches on by again in the eighth on two walks ,

"Whatcha know?" said Yogi, not certain whether he should Totals Grounded 5JK1 out for Totals Locke Jn 7th 32413; bRan -: O'DeIIp bPeterson 0000 1000 son's four-hit, 12-strikeout pitch- hitting his grand slam in the and an error. Jerry Lynch, playing

-act proud or hurt. "They named a horse after me in New for Camilli In 8th e-Doubled for I Pierce. p 0000eM. ing. ninth. Frank Robinson hit his for the injured Roberto Cle-

' .:Zealand. It says here that he won easy .and paid big. What "New Willhite" York In 8th.. 001 too ooo- Totals/ 41 714 7 Totals Alou 31 1000 2 7 2 seventh homer for the Reds, mente, homered for Pittsburgh.

:. 'does this stuff mean?" Las Angeles 100 1DO 11x-4 Elsewhere, Joe Torre hit a
a-Ran for Covington In 6th. BStruckout
I' E-Wills. Tracewski. D. Smith. Mc- for O'Dell in 6th. c-Walked for Crandall grand-slam homer and drove in
Jig Payoff \\iIlan. PO-A-New York 24-10. Los An- / in 8th. d-Popped out for Pagan in
ides 27.11. DP-C.Smith. Hunt and D. 8th. e-Grounded out for Pierce in 9th. five runs in Milwaukee's 7-3 victory -
He pointed to the clipping which stated that Yogi Berra, Smith; Wills and Fairly. LOB-New York over Cincinnati, the Los

I t the steed had 21 and 12 S. Berra the I, Los Angeles 9.2BRoseboro. Philadelphia ... ............ coo eu 010-7
gallant paid Yogi 58Fairly.Locke.
j IP H R ERBOSO San Francisco ... ......... 100 010 000-2 Angeles Dodgers defeated the Corn Growers. -
I gallant manager, whistled softly when the payoff was translated ockeL0l..6 5 2 2 4 3 New York Mets 4-1 and Pittsburgh -

I for him as $60.48. Hinsey ......-2 3 2 2 1 2 E-None. PO-A-Philadelphia 27-11. San I nipped Houston 4-3.
Willhite W. 2-3 .. 8 6 1 0 0 5 Francisco 279. DP-Wine, Taylor and
Over in a corner Tom Tresh and Phil Linz were discussingtwo Perranoski ...., I 0 0 0 0 0 Herrnstem.1 LOB-Philadelphia.i 11, San I The Phillies moved ahead 3-1 Yelrs

freak hits the night before. A towering pop-up to short steiner WP-Willhite.Barlick pB-Taylor.Donatelli T-2:30.U-Landes.A- Francisco. 9.HRAllen,. Covlngton, Callison. -Hit in the fifth, chasing Marichal] 8efmghei'

left had been missed by Linz for a gift double to Jimmie BOB GIBSON 18566. ler. I when rookie Richie Allen hit a

Hall. Later a similar pop-up had produced a similar double Wins Again Night Game IP H R ERBBSO I solo homer and Wes Covington
HOUSTON .......
PITTSBURGH Mahaffey .41-34.2 2 4 2Baldschun.
for the ebullient Phil. sbrhbi I abrhbi W, 2-0 4 2-3 1 0 0 1 4 connected with one on. Art Ma with Du PontNUOREENs
Schofield ss 3111 Spangler If 3000 Marichal L, 6-1 .. 52.3 9 6 6 3 4
"Linz and Linz taketh saith Linz. "Now that I've
giveth Vlrdon cf 4011FOX2& 4010 O'Dell ..... ..... 1-3 1 0 0 1 0 haffey started for Philadelphiabut \3
had a chance to think about it, I'm convinced that Tommy 11 Teams I Lynch If 41 1 2cLillls 2b 0000 Pierce ...... ..... 3 4 1 1 0 2 Jack Baldschun came on in
Mota H-rf OOOOWynn 4100 HBP-By Baldschun (Cepeda). U-Smith, .
should have caught it. Burgess c 401 OOwens p 0000 Sudol Pelekoudas Williams. T-3.09. A-I the bottom of the fifth when the

"I didn't want it," said Tommy. "If you'd called off, I'd I Freese Bailey rf-lf 3b 4010 402 OAspro'nte Bond rf 3b 4 4 0 1 1 1 2 0. 12284. I Giants had one run in and the

have given it a shot. But when I looked up a raindrop hit In Pro-Am Clenden'n Ib 4 0 0 Staub Ib 4010 J
Maxei-skl 2b 3 2 1 Bateman C 4010: .,
me in the 2000 Kasko ss 2 1 0 0 : : : :.::-.: :. 'I:1: : :: :: .. 1:.... *. w.t.rtiIut
eye. Veale p 1000 .; >.:'.. ?.............,,.,
0 Nottebart p '
0 0 0 "
"The drizzle fogged my glasses, which was worse," said McBean p Raymond p 0 0 0 0 1'Itsecius:: :; :>:.. : : .<> :".Hn

Linz. "And the wind was blowing. As I waited for the ball At StarkeSTARKE aHertz Jones p 1000 0000 all 't the nicestpeople i v:; 45N1TROGEN-IEACHRES1STANT

: to come down, I knew that if I ever caught the ball it White cf 1000 .1.

would be pure luck. I didn't catch it." Eleven teams ,including -Struck Totals-Struck out for out 32404 Jones for Raymond Totals In 8th I In c-Ran 6th MJSIa ; b-for 1 drinkHICKOR j ..-' 45% NITROGEN

I Beatle Wig one headed by touring .Fox In 8th.Pittsburgh "NI: teen"U a highly concentrated source cf

Jenkins i ...... ........ 210 100 000-4 I supplemental nitrogen.This means there Is less
t Joe Pepitone adjusted the Beatle wig on a lifesize picture come to grips Tommy here tomorrow ina I Houston ...........-. ..000000 210-3, ..... and tonnage labor.LEACHRESISTANT to. has!, tort and spread,saving turn

of himself and the bench jockeys went to work on him, a E-Schofield 2. Po-A-P ttsburgh 27-12. i ;
pro-am preceding the Starke Houston 27-14. DP-Kasko. Fox and %
favorite patsy. LOB-Pittsburgh 4, Houston 4.
Country Club Invitational golf SVMle
"You're with the wrong team, Joe," said Jerry Coleman, tournament. 2B-Mazeroskl.. HR-LynchBond. OLD The nitrogen in"NuGreen"Is fixed to the sod

: a Yankee alumnus. "If you'd stayed on the other side of the The tournament proper will Veale W. 3-3 ..... IP 71-3 H 3 R 3 ERBBSO 1 2 8 HICKORY.OLU Thus particles more chemically nitrogen is resisting..v&WbJtQ leaching Joed plants tossts.as '

river you could have been another marvelous Marv Throne- McBean ..... ... 1 2-3 2 0 0 0 0 they need it most.
be 18 holes Saturday and 18 : 2 3
4 Nottebart I.. Go6 4 7 4 i
berry with the Mets." Raymond ...... 2 1 0 0 0 a
I Sunday. Jones ........ .. 2 0 0 0 0 0
"Yeah, said Elston Howard. "Then you'd'a' been Marvelous I Jenkins' Jacksonville I Owens ......... 1 0 0 0 0 a i EASYTOAPPLY"NuGrMn"
Marv Pepitone instead of Joe (Bring-'em-back-alive) aggregation u-secory. Burkhart. Pryor. T-2:10. eome In*frta-flwdng form
will be A 5,715. tkhich be all of
composed of amateurs I may easily spread through types
I Pepitone. equipment...It can be broadcast prior to plantIng -
) Bill Scarborough, Billy Night Game I or applied at sidcdnssing tvna.
I "I like it better here, said the unperturbed Pep. Shelton and Gene Conner. MILWAUKEE CINCINNATI America's Most Magnificent Bourbon '
abrhbl abrbbi
When the Yankees were taking batting practice the big ,
Scarborough who out Maye 3b 4000 Rose 3b 5010 -- # r' "- *-
first baseman spotted Hall in the Twin dugout. plays deIaHozSblIIOHarPerIf 4111
I of Jacksonville Naval Air Station Mathews Ib 3 1 1 1 Pmson cf 5010Aaron '10 !
"Want my autograph, Jimmie?" he asked. Then the talkative rf 3110 Johnson Ib 4021 I years light : .l
I has won numerous tour- Torre c 5135 bKeough Ib 1000 I
entertained the Minnesota ; The Seed
: Pep players with his gay in this for the Alou cf 501 Robinson rf 3111 Kilgore CompanyDivision
I chatter until a warning cry from Mickey Mantle sent him neys past Carty If 4120 Cardenas ss 4000! :'; t\\ :....:. 10 '.' mellow! ".
decade.A Menke ss 4010 Boros 3b 3010 11 years : ::' of Asprc-.v ri CompanyoArlChi

:. running to the the cage.ball Pep took a couple of idle half-hearted local team, consisting of Lemaster Boiling 2b p 2 4121 0 0 0 cSklnner Edwards c 1000 3110 ti* t*. -!;:;;:..:.:.. ;.::::::;:.::t;{...: : :L,.:::: ;J! ; trfL:::::.:::::.:::;G: :: :: 5. ." ..::.J 441 South Phone 462-141
4 swings missing ,
S. completely."That's
Starke pro Homer Wood and Sadowski p 1110 Purkey p 2000 tt TEAKS OLD'UAIGUT BOUEBOM WHISH-e f PlOOF'OLD HICKORY DISTIUUS co..FIOU!
: a to lay wood the ball Hoeft p 0000 aSm.th 1000
way on jeered Mantle. amateurs Harold Bishop III, Jay p 0000 -
j r "That's a way to dig in, kid." I dColeman 1010 -
Bob McRae and Clyde Terwil- Totals 34 7 U'7 Totals 37 3 9 3 I : : : : : : : i : : : : : : : : : : i
"Here's a double to left, said Pep, slicing one to the ,egar, is expected to provide a-Struck out for Purkey in 7th; b-Ran 4 .
opposite field. I for Johnson In 8th, c-Grounded out for z .-. --
OD-flieht: comnetition. I Boros in 9th; d-Singled for Jay in 9th.
I. : "What wonderful bat control," said Lenny Green of the Favorites in'the 36-hole medal -Milwaukee ........... ... 110 000 104-7 : IO DAYS ONLY! -. -
:: Twins, scoffing at him. play tourney include Scarborough Cincinnati 100100001E -,
- : A Long Dribbler Bishop and Jack Cincinnati 2717. P-Cardenas and Ed.
and Johnson : .
wards; Johnson Cardenas ;
i : "Here's a long one into the seats," said Pep and dribbled Roundtree Roundtree of Lake City. the Boros 7,, Cincinnati Rose and 10.Johnson. LOB-Milwaukee A I. A.

one in the infield. recently won SB-Mathewt. Torre. Carty. eB-PinsonHR .
1 : Henry N. Camp Invitational in -Torre, Robinson. SB-Harper. -Le-
"It didn't look long to me," said Zorro Versalles. master.
Ocala and posted 28 R ER aB SO
a sizzling IP H
t : : "Hey, Mick," said Pep. "See that wire from the top of the on the front nine at Ocala Coun- Lemaster, W. 42 7 1-3 6 2 2 2 6 ., .- .
foul pole? I hit one off that wire last I(Sadowski ....... 1 3 1 1 0 1 r -
year. ...... -
t try Club in a practice round. Hoeft .". 23 0 0 0 0 2 e -
;; "Gwan," said Mantle as echoes of disbelief came from I Purkey. L. 1-3.... 7 9 3 3 3 1
j Jay........... 2 4 4 4 1 0
: Roger Maris, Clete Boyer, Tresh and Howard. "You couldn't Second Home HBP-By Sadowskl (Harper). U-Craw- GOOD
:.' hit one that far." ford Vargo Forman and Jackowski. T- '\ $

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"Where I Brock rf 4000 Clemens If 3010 .d
was everybody? asked Mantle. -
"Nobody it. -
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I long-distance blasts. hadn't j Cowan cf 30 a Javier 2b 4000 .
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Wayne Casey of Kirkpatrick ply 6-5 in an Amercian fray al t for Citizens Bank including a Official

:& Pierson tossed a no-hit game, Finley, Carlos Hope Electric: home run and double. P. Cros- PER TIRE DURING THIS SALE!

struck out 14, and went down to topped Moose 11-10 in the Na.. by also homered for the win-
$ 'a 3-1 defeat in a Rebel League tional at Kirby Smith, First t ners. Action TakenAt

1; 'baseball game at City Park yesterday National Bank nudged Plumbers } r ell

I in Midget League play. Union 11-10 in the Western: Today's games: SessionsMOBILE NewSafetqAIl-Weazherwlth 1 )

at Littlewood and Citizens Bank! American nmWrap.Aroundlread/or
Life Underwriters won the Fire Department

I game with a pair of runs in the by downed the same North 11-10 Central Baptist in : vs. Sudden Service at Little- Ala. '(AP) South- More Traction!More Stability! 4JTQjLJjf
score a I wood National 95
final innings. The Underwriters National, Ches-
I Dixie clash eastern Conference coaches and -
i at Sidney Lanier. nut's Madman' M Trada4iWe
also vs. Lions at ;: YM
got good hurling as Steve Kirby Smith; athletic directors.had their first $ Trttlass *' tlackvalTubtiau Ttafe-to YM

t I :Casey fanned 10 and scattered Evans Smith of Lions homer. Amercian, Building Trades vs. scheduled sessions today in a _ 6.00x13 $18.95 53.83 $15.15 Prica .JL -a Oelsj

four hits. ed in the fifth with one on to I Baptist D.O.W. at Finley; Dixie, two-day meeting to iron out differences 6.70 x 15 tube.type 650x13 20.20 4.05 16.15 6.00x136.50x13 915.15 $3.05 12.10(
highlight his team's First Federal vs. Johnson & blaekwall plus tax
r .In other games, UniversityCity victory. Fans at Stephen Foster on televising basketballand and fare from 7.50x14 22.80 __4.55: .. 18.25 16.45 3.30' 13.15
Craig had four Rebel
hits ;
Lions nipped Hughes rotating football schedules. your car 8-00 x 14 26.15 5.25 20.90
SUptit Florida J
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: Bernie Moore presided. -
;l' : DIXIE LEAGUE AMERICAN LEAGUE He said the agenda includedno & 7.10 x 15 26.15i. 20.90 850x14 24.354.85 U-'< U. C.
Uons ab r h Hughs Sup. ab h
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cat,. Bank brN. C. Bipf. abk Blasingame cf 2 0 1 Arnow If IOC I official action. WHITEWALLS ONLY 22.90 6.70x15 19.60 190 15.70
Green c 522 Nixon e-p 422R. Bengochea IS 2 lIP. Ham'nd 2b 3 1 1! NATIONAL LEAGUE 3200 6.40 25.60
I : Rbt P-SJ 413 Turlington Ib 3 1 I Deas P 312 Boyd c-p 221! Carlos Hope ab r h Moose ab r h Moore said official SEC ._ .. EII-ii--- 27.70 -r 2&1S
action -
Henderson 3t 400 Van Pa 'ng Jb lOG Aguirr. Ib Brown c $2.00
J 301 Holland ss 3 1 C 422 McGee 2b 111 MORE! ONLY$3.00 MORE FOR WHITEWAUS
j Crosby u-lb 4 1 2 Whit p-c 412 Ellis 2b 200 Bethel 3b 201: Bennett p-3b 1 1 o Underwood 2b is taken by the presidents of Plus Tax ONLY J2.50 MORE FOR WHITEWAUS'
Vovng 2b 2 1-1 Fender 20 321T. Adklsson rf 1. 0 R. Mclntsh Ib 4 0 1 Blsllo It 3 1 2 Martin T ll\\ Plus Tax
1 : .*Roberts 2b 1 1 0 Home Jb 100 Anderson 3t 2 1 0 Wheeler c 301: B. Jonn 1ss ZOO Daughtery If 311 the schools. However, recom- L\l
Herring cf 2llLes cf 210 Smith c 322 Martain c 200 I Hale. p-lb 210 Quentero ss 322 mendations are'expected to be
O.Cobb cf 210 Cauthen ss 411 Hipp If 110 Hentges rf IOC I B. Smiffiss-rf221_ Whitney c 401
j Gassett Ib-p 434 Smith If IOC Vidal cf 000 Walker s-rf IOC I Bray 2b. 110 Ferber cf 300 made for consideration at the -
Czapiga rf 160 Wood If lie Brill cf 1 0 0 K. Ham'nd cf 1 1 e I G. Jones: cf 0 1 0 Loft cf 100 winter meeting including: A 3-T NYLON CORD TUFSYN *NOMONEYDOWN!
D.. Cobb rf 000 Brown rf 300D. Helmntilr cf 0 00 Keefe cf 100 I Dennv cf 000 McOavid rf 0 J C .
., Berry rf 101 Geiger rf loa Mclnnis/ rf 2 OlE. Melnfsh/ cf C 0 C Donaldson E_. Berry If 200 Swalls 3b 2 1 1Law.1 Thomas rf 000 .-'i's lb 0 2 O'D la>> 2 a C NO LIMITGUARANTEE ever used in
If 100 I Totals 22 11 Totals 2ss N. Smith. rf'0 0 0 Allen Ib 101 for all sports. *FREE
Totals 31 11 14 Totals/ 30 10 I :ughes Supply .. 00140 0-; Trunrrer Jtj o 2 f Goodyear .
tlzen's: Bank 00504 2-11No. U. C. Lions .?.._..?..... 220C2x-< Ho130 000 -The number of scholarships
Central Baptist 20701 0-U Totals U 11 Totals 23101
WESTERN LEAGUE .. ...... allowed to be awarded for base-
REBEL LEAGUE Carlos Hope ..... 233 3-11 GOODYEAR NATION-WIDE .
First Natt ab r k Plumb. IlL ab r h Moose ................. "NO UMIT" GUARANTEE .
I Kkptk.-Pier. ab k U. Und-wirs ab k. ball track golf tennis and No OmIt .
Kuitert P 4 1 1 S. Newcom If 100 r r C on months No limit en miles Ho limit as to roads
Jones ss 2 1 0 C. Newcome If 1 0 0 Abrams rf 200 Rodgers cf 1 1 C -Numbering football officials No limit as to speed. For the entire Ufa of the tread. GO
W. Cney 3125. Wilson 10 3 0 C -
D. ss 211 Sanders If 211 AUTO TIRES ARE GUARANTEED
Stewart If 100 Pelt Jb 200 Hunts 3b 300 Driver Hulse according to positions. againlt'defects in .
Clayton 2b 301 workmanship and materials and normal
Benton 2f 100 Vanwinkle IS 4 1 1 Davis c 3005. Casey p 30C I road hazards. except repairable punctures.U IF A GOODYEAR GO fi- .
I sp.arion3b5 1 Roberts 3b-p 41 I'' Mote ss 201 Long ss lit Procedures for HR fAILS UNDER THIS GUARANTEE GO 0 E. R
of than
Freeman Ib 300 T. Wilson C IOC To Miss I reporting any more .
I' p Pearson c 4 2 0 Warwick c 4 0 1 Beach 3b 301 Weems rf IOC .test scores. 80,000 Coodyur Banner rf 311 Scraford 3b-p j will make allowance
en a new tire based
4 0 1 Makier If 100 Duncan If 000 on original tread. .
S. Ayers rf 210 Sum'erlln Ib-p Mallard cf 000 March 2b 100 depth-remaining and current"Goodyear Price" -
t Ib 2 1 0 Preston 432 AP-Race)
-Tomlinson Jb -Air for
421 Thompson 1 0 0 Franklin 000M. transportation student _
I. Mill Ib 200PI/VM cf 1 0 0 driver Chuck Hulse of _
411 cf 100 Cuiiu rf 1 0 II. Thompson R. Long 100 Downey, athletes.A .
Anderson cf 1 1 1 Davis rf 100 U Pemberton 000 Pepin IOC Calif., will miss the Indianapolis
Thomas 100 Poole 100
1 0 C
McKlnley H Ml'1 1 '1 Kanke rf '.eopard 000 Prescott 110 500-mile() race because of an eye plan to set up women''

I J Simmons,tals :34 11 Totals Totals 23 1 4 Totals U 3 ( injury suffered in events in the SEC since !
a sprint they
...... 3 0 0 0 2-11 !CTkpatrlck! & Pierson 001000-1 car
fir Plumbers* National Union' ... .. I 4 0132-10 Life Underwriters 00001 2-Ci pile-up at New Bremen, Ohio, can't compete in the NCAA. >, GOOD/VEAR

earlier this month. !i SERVICE STORE
1\\ : Leads in PG.4 Moore said he considers these .
Joe Lopez Jr. Hulse said Wednesday he had the most important items on the

I been told by an eye specialistthat 725 N. Main 3723537Open
St Phone
agenda, but said others be
ORMOND BEACH (AP) putting pretty good" leads qual- the injury to his vision may
I ::
f brought
Medalist Joe Lopez Jr., of Miami -''ifiers into today's Florida PGA would not heal in time for him up. : hH Open Men. thru Thurs. 8 .m.530 p.m. Fri. 8 o.m.-9 p.m. Sot. 8 m.6 p.m.

a slender blond who says ,to be able to drive in the $500- The meeting will be completed

a 1ies "driving, approaching and(!Match Play Championship. 000 Memorial Day auto race. Friday. j

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Thursday.- May- 21.- 1964 GainesviIJa_ __ _Sun_ t..*....

Kay, John Merrill Champs ; ra.a I. IN BUSINESS- LEAGUE- ,

l Of Father-Son Golf Event 2 Switch DivisionsBusiness I

Ray and John Merrill posted Stephens with a 79. posted an 83 for runnerup fin
an 80 to win low honor l League teams crossed clash and Livestock's victoryover GE
gross : In the senior championship of: ish. Tommy and Red Dulaneyhad 1115003-1131
in the Father Son tourne: he 18 hole group, Jay and a 75 to cop low net honors. IA Iv I over for games against clubs Road Prison was a sched- Sunnyland 000 001 0- 15 3
championship .division at the lalph Scrafford won with a 76. Other winners: .1 from opposite divisions 1 a si t uled Division I meeting The, gzafran and Haynie; Smith.
} Golf and Country Club. In A division, 18 hole group, : night and the six games produced other four games were cross-; and Bibler.
Ray and Ray Moseley Sr. Ronnie and Clayton Hawk had B division, 18 hole group r* i varied results. overs and resulted in Division Road Prison
were Ricky and Herb Stevens low Howard's TV won from Penn II teams 002 013 57
runnerup with a 90. Low a 79 for low gross laurels while winning three. These Livestock
'\ net went to Rick and Dick Steve and Ralph ScraffordGators gross, 96; Lewis and Bill Gra- .J4; Chem, 6-2; Medical Students frays do not count in the stand- Goodlet and Edwards 045 7x-16 10 3
ham, second 97; John and Bill nipped CWA, 8-7; and Gaines- ings. ; Fratella,
MacDonald, low net, 80%. ville Gas Co. crushed Hav-A- Dicks and Jetter.HayATampa .
) Junior Senior division, 18- Tampa, 203. These games were Tonight's GamesTonight's 030 00-. 33
Tribe hole group Billy Armour- N on Field No.1.Gainesville City League play ,G'ville Gas 228 8r-20 6
will send Guy Cleveland Con- !Tyson, Weaver and
Frank Miles, low gross 77; Jeff Livestock rolled Floyd
Co. against Gainesville Durden
Montgomery Ed 'Stephens, over Road Prison, 16-3; General and Davis.
second, 78; Nick Garcia Jack 17?' ;: '2 Electric won from Sunnyland Wings at 7 o'clock while Med Students 300 023 08 8

Set for Battle Jacunski, low net, 71. 0 f 2 Ka Packing, ll-l; and Post Office I Schlitz leading at 9.Business Budweiser. plays CWA 0003301--79
9 hole championship di- tripped Smith Sinclair, 14-8. Chestnut and Puppelo; Wilson

vision Mike and Norm Sloan, These games were on Field No. League and Harris.
TALLAHASSEE The jury ing against the Seminoles who low gross, 45; Bobby and Bob 2- Post Office 432 41- 14 91 Howard's TV 203 001 (0-6) 9
is still out on Florida State's sport a team batting average of Clayton, second 48; Henry and The Howard's-Penn hem 'Sm. Sinclair 123 02 -- 810 3 Penn Chem 000 0200-24
participation in the NCAA District -.287 with five regulars hittingover Henry Barber, low net, 37%. game was a regular Division II Hall, Kennard and Hartwell;I Blanton and Bloodworth; Perry
III baseball tournament, .300. Al, Lucky Mizell 1 Mathis, Evans and Mote. and Moore.

but FSU Coach Fred Hatfield In the latest poll conducted by A division, 9 hole group-Al
has other things to think about COLLEGIATE BASEBALL Florida and Lucky Mizell, low gross, Don Larsen -
this weekend. State was ranked 10th in 55; Hal and Harold Walker, second
Florida's Gators come to the nation, Florida 17th. 57; Chip and Charles Eno Is ReleasedOn

I town for a two series-an Seminole catcher Ken Suarez, low net, 42%. 4. < 1
game "" ""'"a-""""" sF fflrriii<'1itftft rt af-<-\.J5t' };ii
[ event which annually means almost -a prime candidate for All- Junior Senior division, 9holeoup Indians DrillCoach WaiversSAN
as much to Seminole America honors, leads Florida ? Cabell Philpott and
baseball fans as the tournament State hitters with a .412 aver Whitney McMullen, low gross,
'\ bid. age including five home runs. 43; Mike Hogan and Bill Pat- Doyle :MeCall shouts instructions as Chief- FRANCISCO (AP) -Big THE STORE WITH MORE
Nothing except prestige will be The Tampa native had the ton, second, 45; Peter Regan I land gridders go through spring football drills. Don Larsen, a hero when he SMNfSVJUE SHOPPING CENTER y
at stake this year since the Ga- eighth highest mark in the'and Dick Schmidt, low net, Quarterback Wendell Corbin (12) is the man being pitched a perfect World Series 1302 NORTH MAfN STREET "
for the New York Yankees
36%. game -
knockedout hit by a polling tackle. The Indian team winds .
tors have already been country week. up
: has moved this time
Father Son division, 3-hole again
practice this week. ,
of the running for postseaeon Behind Suarez the Seminoles j
group Freddie and Bob Clayton for only the $20,000 waiver price. <"
play, and Florida State have power to spare in short- The San Francisco Giants
low 17 Ross and Bill announced -
'should know one way or the other stop Larry Johnson, .343; left-' Patton, second 17;(sudden death Rain Idles Florida State Wednesday they asked
before tomorrow afternoon's fielder Monty McBryde, .315: ; waivers the 34-year-old righ I
t, playoff); Sandy and Fred on MAY
game. rightfielder Bob Wilcox, .311; Stringefellow, low net, 16%. League Leader Lauderdale hander and the .Houston Colts
Coach Dave Fuller brings and centerfielder Mike Augus- Junior Senior division, 3-hole claimed him.
I, some of the nation's best pitch- tine, .305.
group Barry Richardson and By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS loped Lakeland, former second Larsen hurled the first no-hit, .. '
Cliff Ranew and
Marty How- Jill Combs, 16 Front-running Fort Lauder-
; Chuck Hogan no-run in World Series
place holder, 10-2. In other game
ell will start on the mound! 'and Bill Patton, low net, 14 5-6.i dale was idled by rain Wednes- history. He beat Brooklyn 2-0 ,
No games, St. Petersburg downed
LongerSAN against the Gators. Ranew is
I The awards in each division day night, leaving
Daytona !Tampa 6-2 and cellar Oct. 8, 1956, and not a Dodger SALE
the leading Seminole pitcher will be made at the Junior Golf Beach and Lakeland two games reached,base.Exactly ;
Orlando beat Miami 31.
( with seven victories and one
Association behind and
windup banquet on tied for second in six later in the .
members voted rookie of'the awards Giants in were their loss. Howell, a lefthander, has Tuesday, May 26, at 6 p.m. Per- the Florida State League stand- Bill Hicks led Sarasota at bat same Yankee years Stadium, Larsen 'f ..- ,
won five, lost four. sons planning to attend should with homer and and FOR 11; ,
first season in the major leagues. ings.The a single two beat the Yanks in relief while .:
Florida State has won 21 make reservations at the Golf Yankees were to have RBIs as the Su nSox beat Lake- hurling for the Giants in the 1962 'I. .
games, lost 10. and Country Club. played Daytona. Sarasota wal--land. series.


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: ; Specks Go Great Guns, While Bass Take Layoff

J love any discourse on rivers and fish and fishing." ONLY from a boat. for such an emergency. Safety equipment carried on a fish.
j .
I Angler, Izaak Walton) 4. Do not jerk a fish out of the water. It may swing and ing trip should include pair of cutting pliers, first aid kit,

I GENERAL cause a hook injury. Bring it to the landing point (shore, and a bottle of antiseptic.
week was "the week that was" speck week speck Astream z.. dock, boat, etc.) and pull it in by the .leader or a landingnet 12. The hook should never be backed out. of the wound,
in the truest sense of the word since both fresh water and (or in the case of bass, grasp firmly by the lower jaw). since the barb would rip the flesh. Push the point of the

perch and salt water speckled trout were going 5. Hold the fish securely while removing the hook. Other- hook through the skin. Then_ the shank of the ,hook can be

guns: However, it was NOT bass week they just Ic 1r1\ wise the fish may flop about and possibly drive the hook cut off close to the point where it meets the skin. Then
, doing it, in general. There were exceptions though, into the hand. grasp protruding point of the hook with the pliers and

several bass over 10 'pounds were taken I know of 6. Before removing the hook, stun large fish, such as pull it out.

It took plastic worms or night fishing to fool these k1enlLSto / mud fish, pickerel, gar fish, etc. with a short club, anchor, 13. Pour or force antiseptic into the wound and bandageit
however. a .N.: \ ) etc. with a sterile compress. Get the injured person to a doctoras

fishing was caught betwixt and between; by and 7. Have a firm grip on the bait when baiting the hook soon as possible to avert the possibility of infection.

it was not as good as speck fishing or as bad as for still-fishing. Worms, grasshoppers, etc. are active and- 14. If wading is practiced, test each step in advance. Lossof

fishing. On the plus side for bream fishing is that- it or slippery. They could cause a hook injury. footing or a twisted ankle may throw the fisherman into

mw to be improving. 8. Handle with special care bait casting plugs that contain deep or rapid water or jerk a hook into the flesh.
| fishing has probably reached a spring high; so now clusters of double or triple hooks. Gang hooks such as these RANDOM CASTS AND SHOTS
time to go after these scrappy panfish. Here are some pointers on hook safety: have a tendency to catch on to everything.' Fishing contests now in progress are Baird Hardware's,

fishing is probably now at its spring low. A change 1. Disassemble (if possible) all fishing rods carried, and 9. Sometimes, due to carelessness or lack of skill, a fish- Schlitz's Fishing Derby, The Tackle Box's, J. M. Fields',
weather should change this though. So sit tight and NEVER carry fishing lines with hooks or plugs attached. hook may become embedded in the fisherman or one of his McGilvray's Fish Camp's, Jack (taxidermist) Kelly's, and

or do as some of us do and keep right after them. U Doing so is practically a guarantee that someone will get companions. Such an accident can be very serious, especially Winter Haven's U. S. Black Bass Open Championship .

haven't got either the patience or the perserverance to snagged by a hook. if the hook strikes the eye. if you haven't seen an 18-pound Florida largemouth, now is
by and wait or keep fishing for them, you might try 2. Do not fish close to other anglers. Their movementsmay the time. for J. M. Fields' has one on display' new
fishing. Night fishing for bass has been good of late. endanger you. The fact that some persons are carelessor 10. The most common form of injury results if the point you can call the fish to you with a new patented multi-
the daily temperature means increasing night fishing get excited when landing a fish often results in serious of the hook and the barb are buried in the flesh of the transistorized
frequency fish call. The manufacturer, JosephL.
until the summer's end. hook injuries. Keep plenty of distance between yourself and hand, arm or other part of the body. Unless extremely
improve steadily now Brown (Rt. 1- Murrells Inlet, S.C.), says that the "Fish
51 salt water fishing, with the exception of speckled other fishermen. minor, an injury of this kind is usually a case for the Call does not give a fisherman unfair advantage of a fish
3. Be extremely cautious in kind of casting to avoid nearest doctor since the wound become infected
fishing on the Gulf Coast was, in general, lackluster. any may or any more than a duck call gives a poor shot any advantage."
Is"I hooking yourself or others. Never cast head. tetanus.
over anyone's
\ Kings weren't in on either coast; the Spanish weren't cause The price postpaid is $12.95.
it; etc. However, to our south on the Gulf Coast now And on the backswing or backcast, always be sure that this 11. There are times, however, when a doctor is not im-
for snook and tarpon fishing.FRESHWATER cast is at right angles to anyone nearby. Cast overhandand mediately available. The safe fisherman should be prepared TAKE A BOY (OR GIRL) FISHING!

( week's winners. M.in FIELDS'Fields' Fishing REPORT FISHINGJ. Contest were G. M. 4 I Youth Camp Offers ThriZsJ,

in the bass division ((8%), no entry in speck division,
Horace Bruce in the bream division (1 pound).
Ir << speckled trout were biting at the mouth of Suwannee : OCALA Fishermen who Commission in Ocala National :six sessions of summer training

last weekend; whereas, the tarpon weren't in. % f f 1f would like to make fishing com- Forest. in nature study, camping,
LAKE WAUBERG r r a ,PR{ a panions of their children will The camp is open for boys fishing, hunting, archery, fire
topi) UF's Camp Wauberg r yxa be interested in the training and girls between the ages of I arms safety and marksmanship,

t of all kinds was virtually untested over the past program at the Florida Youth 10 and 16. It is a conservation swimming and boating.

For some reason the fishermen weren't fishing. Conservation Camp operated by workshop designed to teach the I Complete information and applications
the Game and Fresh Water
r LOCHLOOSA LAKE value of natural resource con- I for reservations may
Lochloosa Springs Fish Camp '' a servation through participationin be obtained by writing the

fishing good; bass fishing fair; and bream fishing a y RegulationsDADE outdoor activities.The Youth Conservation Camp,

l # CITY The 1964-65 camp opens June 14 and Game and Fresh Water Com-
limits of specks are being taken. They are coming r -: 4' ( : regulations for wildlife- manage- .continues through August 15' for mission, Ocala, Fla.
deep water. Catches of 5 and 6 bass are not uncommon. .' -----
ment areas and special hunts\
baits are the Hawaiian Wiggler and black worm. Best i '
will be established here tomor-
: is around the grass beds. Best time of day is early row at a regular business meet-I CROSS CREEK CAMP !
1.'S and late evening. I ,
s Ing of the Game and Fresh I
fishermen Block Bass Speckled Perch Brem
fishing is slow; however, not many are x Water Fish Commission.The \

'Sa for them. NEWNANS LAKE meeting site will be the 60,000 Acres of Florida's Best Fishing Water J

new civic center on Meridian
: McGilvray's Fish Camp Gas and Oil Modern Trailer ParkRestaurant
Street, two blocks east of the
Speck fishing good to excellent; bass fishing poor; and Pasco County Courthouse. Free Picnic Area

bream fishing fair. Motors 0 Camping Facilities
a Limits catches of specks.have come in daily over the past I '
w week. Best spots are the channel, east of the channel, and SPORTSMANDIGESI O Guides Launching Ramp

in the south end in 5 to 7 feet of water. Fresh Water ScourgeThis Tackle 0 Good Cabins

b Bass fishing continues to lag. However, yearling bass are lh Bait Good Boats I
t taken regularly on plastic worms. Saturday a 1 Ice
< being fairly O
is canal choked with .
a alligator ..
side Silver grass not a lane covered with a
I the northwest a
h bass caught on
9-pound was rind. thick carpet of weeds and grass. The p lace is the Bertie Canal on the east.side FISH DISCARDSATTRACTS Call 481-2437 Write Box 311, Hawthorne, Fla'l
a! Weedwing Spoon with pork of N ewnans Lake. The "grass" also is flourishing in spots on the west side FJSH
Bream fishing remains largely an unknown quantity due Enjoy Our Famous Food Fresh From The Lake
and south end of the lake. This (
bids -
pest for
; no good Newnan's. It interferes
to the small numbers of anglers pursuing them. State Road 325 at Cross Creek
with boating, robs the waters of valuable nutrients and is detrimental to ;
ORANGE LAKE aquatic life. Mac & Nell McCoy Operators ,
Paradise Cove Fishing Camp t
(Sun photo by Tommy Lewis) r1 ,
and bream fishing -- ---- -- --
p Speck fishing good; bass fishing fair;

{ j tl 1 good.Good catches of specks are being taken drifting and trolling NBC Offers $500,000For F WATCHFORBIG- J

,7 out in open water in the north end.
Bass up to 12 pounds were taken in the last few days. Best

spots are the grass beds. Best baits are plastic worms in

I both blue.and red colors. Grid 'World Series'
Some catches of large bream are being. made on live !27

worms and fresh water shrimp. THE; DISCARDS (ENTRAILS, HEADS

Thomas Fishing Resort Nrm park] i mrs Joe Foss, commissioner of also have maintained the American ETC) FROM CLEANING FISH, ARE
Speck fishing excellent; bass fishing good; and bream FINE ATTRACTORS FOR CATFISH, Announcement In This Paper
the American it League teams
I League were not
YORK The National SOME I
fishing good to excellent. sufficiently seasoned to make STATES AND NEXT WEEK
a learned last night. No replies CERTAIN WATERS.
Limits catches of specks are being made trolling with Broadcasting Co. has offered to such a.match attractive to CHECK REGULATIONS BEFORE US-
make a contribution of $500,000 were received immediately. spec- INS! JIMMY MOORE'S
u minnows out in deep water. tators. IF rrs' LAWFUL, CLEAN THE
" I Bass fishing is picking up. Top bait is the Rapala. BestS to the Kennedy Memorial li- FISH AND DUMP THE REFUSE BESIDE U.S. 301 at FLA. 100
the beds. brary Fund if the National Foot- OpposedThe Payment of a half-million dol- YOUR BOAT DOCK,OR OTHER Starke Fla.
J spots Several are limits grass of bream (including shellcrackers) have ball League and the American National League has lars for the rights to televise a SOME FISHING OP AREA THE BEFORE ATTRACTED LEAVING. ,
Football League will meet in been traditionally opposed to an single game would not constitute FISH
been taken on both live worms and fresh water shrimp. WILL STILL BE THERE EARLY IN
the first "World Series" of football inter-league a. record. The National THE
They are still bedding in the bonnets. championship playoff MORNING WHEN YOU RETURN.
I ut' SANTA FE LAKE next January. on the grounds that it would League championship game has THESE DISCARDS ARE FINE FOR D
Shipman's Fish Camp Telegrams were sent on Tues- primarily lend stature to the brought as high as $900,000. BAtTlN6 A CRAWFISH TRAP.
c day to Pete Rozelle, commissioner newer American League. Some
i I C Speck fishing bass fishing, and bream fishing good. of the National League, National League club owners >
a Limit catches of specks are not uncommon.. Best spots are .

Shipman's brush piles out in deep water. ... ." .. .". "'. .. .. :::::::::::'. : "' YC't0 \' 'n.'..... \ 1" : N--I
:.::.:.::.::.::.....:".. r( \ : ,: : THE HUNTER FLEET I IS !
Bass continue to take the blue and black plastic worms. ::::: : of' t $ :
\ -o \ \Unt : :':' s1 I IiI
Best is the beds along the shoreline. : ; ( : :: iI j jjjIj i I
I are grass : }. j1 Iijl
I Bream are doing good both along the grassy shorelineand :; > .........,'.',........... ...........1j..j1j.;. How would you like the 76th Hunter Fiberglass
from the docks. Solunar Tables : ing Boat introduced by Frank Philpott? Fish-I

(Lake George and Lake Dexter) 1

Ormand's Jungle Den ..... --_......UUUU"._'. .oo'X.: :....:.:.:.............."".'_'....."...'....... ....,..'olo W..."_. Lcpstrake Boihvells Rod Holders I

Speck fishing fair bass fishing fair to good; and bream By JOHN ALDEN KNIGHT Saturday ...... 3:05 ':00 3:10 ':30 Design Walk Through Casting Plotform
Aluminum _
.' 4r ark fS' The schedule of Solunar Periods, as Sunday ........ 3:45 ':41 3:50 10:10 Trim Adeuqate Complete
fishing excellent. printed below. has been taken from Monday....... 4:25 11:20 4:30 10:50 -1 20" Transom Flotation Steering
I Some specks are being broujtfit in but they are not as : a John Alden Knlghrs SOLUNAR TABLES. Tuesday...... 5:05 11:05 5:15 11:30 I
Plan your days so that you will be Wednesday..... 5:45 11:55 4:05 GREAT FOR FAMILY FISHING
plentiful as they were last season. Bass fishing is picking ,fishing In good territory or hunting In Thursday........ 4:35 12:20 4:55 12:45 $54S I
up now. Best baits are plastic worms. Bass up to 9 pounds good cover during these times if you SKIING OR CRUISING. ... . '! .
wish to find the best sport that each
i I came in during the past week. Bream fishing is exceptional T day has to offer. OTHER HUNTERS HIGHEST QUALITY "
k I with both large.catches and large fish being taken. The Major Periods are shown In
boldface type. These begin at the times
1 SALT WATER shown and last for an hour and a half 10' |'|5 13' 3" $295 13' 3" with steer. ; $345
t j GULF OF MEXICO .O or two, hours thereafter. The Minor II' $195 14' $295 16' with .teerinj $625
Periods shown In regular type, are of
it t I Cedar Key ,a somewhat shorter duration. -
>w .
it. J Last weekend the speckled trout.fishing was very good: on ? Use Eastern Standard time. w r r

the flats. Pier fishing for mackerel, grouper, sand trout, DIY Min.A.M. Mil. MIn.P.M.Mat
r R
speckled trout, etc. was fair.Suwannee. o Tomorrow...... 2:25 1:21 2:30 1:51 yrtt
River (!Mouth) t

Speckled trout fishing was very good last Saturday at, the Fisl1ing TidesTomorrow /I

t 4 mouth.
I .
1 THE EYE YOU SAVE MAY BE YOUR OWN 5:15 a-m. and-High 5:59 at p.m.11:15 ajn. Lowat
1 Hooks barbed hooks are a fish-getting tool employedby Saturday Hiss at 12:09 a.m. and
I s 11:<< a.m. Low at 5:53 a.m. and 4:37
fishermen everywhere. They might be termed. fisher- P jn. .
High at 12:54 and 12:11
Sunday a.m.
man's best friends. At the same time hooks loom as a fisher- s. p.rn. Low at 4:27 ajn. and 7:05 pjn. e
and large they are potentially Monday High at 1:33 a.m. and 12:37
man's worst By
enemy. p.m. Low at 4:55 ajn. and 7:43 pjn.
the most dangerous item in a fisherman's outfit. Tuesday High at 2:10 a.m. and 1:02
p.m. Low at 7:23 a.m. and: 1:13 p.m. j
''I Whether haste or excitement is directly responsible for a Wednesday High at 2:44 ajn. and I
1:39 pjn. Low at 7:50 a.m. and I:"
g hook in the anatomy, both can be grouped under the term' Thursday High at 3:1 ajn. and 1:57
carelessness. Carelessness with hooks can lead to painful First Tagged Fish p.m. Low at 1:17 a.m. and ':17 p.m. *4 ir4i

I and irreparable even deadly injury. The appendagesof

the body are particularly susceptible to the fish's most Fourteen-year-old Don Solman of Madison dis- Just Received
feared enemy'' the barbed hook. Speaking from personalexperience plays a five-pound bass, first tagged Schlitz Fishing Large SbipmentSPAN .

the ears are especially susceptible to the barbed Derby catch in North Florida's Zone 4 this year. ; :.; t

book. (Hawaiian Wiggler trailer hooks are very painful in The bass, worth $25, was caught with a worm onjrod J

the right ear.) and reel from Lake Frances in the center of -
One's most treasured sensory organs are the eyes. These Madison, one block from Don's home. AMERICAN
are very delicate and largely irreplaceable organs. Treating
the barbed hook with utter disregard could very well result I I FOR THE BEST BARGAINS IN FISHING TACKLE 14-15' I

in "the eye you save may be your own." So before you I "Check With Charlie"In Feb I reg I as Boats and 17 Foot BOAT SPECIALS MOTOR SPECIALS
fling those hooks around again consider them as dangerous The Heart of East GaineSYille Phone FR 2-1791
.1 even deadly "ammunition" to be used against fish and THIS WEEK GET A TERMS TO SUIT 12 Bennett wooden) .. $30 Now 3 HP Lake .. SI9 I
I YOUR BUDGETSee 12' Miller aluminum I ) $60 New 7th HP ltill . .$195 -
i not men. ZEBCO REEL 9' Welleroft (fiber,!.,,) $90 New 28 HP Eyinrade $39S

j FOR Frank's Marine Big Display of
i Hoad Trips Frank
I Buddy Landing i/J BOATS and MERCURY MOTORS Philpott's

Luis Ayala /2 PriceNo.
Big Santa Fe Lake at theGAINESVILLE CenterNorth
Rt. 200-A 3'
-Lew Hoad turned back Luis 1
Ayala of Chile 10-8, 9-11, 7-5 Just Off Rt. 26 202. $297 of Belk-LIndsey's
Wednesday night to advance. EARLETON, FLA. Reg. $5.95 I Sunday, May 24 at 2:00 P.M. 20 N.W. 14th Ave.

the quarter-finals of a professional BAITREFRESHMENTS No. 404 $ 97 STENGEL FIELDFRANK1S "WHERE QUALITY SELLS ITSELF"
Reg. $7.95 .
tennis tournament. BOATS MOTORS FR 2-5011 or FR 6-6893
Alex Olmedo former U.S. FOR RENT
Low Rates I "Check With Charlie"THE Open 5 to 6 p.m. Man. thru Fri. 9 ..m. to 6 p.M. $
Davis also advanced MARINEMERCURY e htrder0HOME
Cup star, I Other Times by Appointment
Now Under Management of- OUTBOARD SALES & SERVICE
defaulted because of bursitis in MOTORS MURRAY TRAILERS
J. c. MASSENGALE The Heart of 1031 S. MAIN AND
East ST. FR 6-7629
R ,his right elbow. Gainesville-, Phone FR 2-1791 JACKSON SAILING

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; Thursday, May 2), 1964 Gainesville Sun 19
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i! Justi To Come Sooner Say Leave .l I

l Prayer Ban

In ]New ::

County.1 Process Deal Alone REVIEW I II

. : By JiM GUIRK Alonzo Lee Gibson, Willie the age of 14 years and committing 2frm ftcrii Stmra i

Sun Staf Writer Henry Nowell, Charlie West a lewd and lasciviousact
4 A streamlined for Phillips, breaking and enteringwith in the presence of said child.J. I Readers' TODAY'S DOW JONES !
I procedure intent to commit a mis- D. Harrell, issuing worth- WASHINGTON One of the'irst RequestThe I J

, getting criminal ases into court i demeanor. less check and grand larceny. members of Congress to 820.11 I Indust. I 821.75
begins tomorrow when Alachua Holland 0. Coburn, grand
, County holds it first criminal Louis William Anderson, handling larceny (charges to be with- sponsor legislation seeking to I 206.32 I Stocks I 207.06 I

I' "Plea Day." and fondling a child under drawn in open court.) override the Supreme Court's are( requested following! specifically market by quotations 140.91 I Util I 140.66

At 10 a.m. ii Circuit Court, I ban on school prayer urged the I I of tions the are Sun furnished financial by page Sincere The "aSTOCK Co.. LISTINGS II 290.26 I Rails I 290.76 t.
House Judiciary Committee to- I Investment Service here.).
: all cha ed
persons committing I 4,790 I Volume 1 2,350
\ major crimes n punishable by day to leave things as they are.
Local TobaccoIn NEW YORK STOCKEXCHANGE Gen Tele 1 .88 33%I Sears Roe. 111%
death will be b -
: ught into court
Rep. Robert L. Leggett, a Singer ,_ ........ 2.00 Late
with their atto Ga Pacific_ 1.00b -- --? Morning It
i! eys. freshman California Democrat I Smith Kin 1.20a 61
Oil 23%
: They will fac a circuit judge suggests the bill he had proposed -AT&T 140 Getty .10g Sou Cal Ed __ 1.05 32 N. Y.

: who will arraig each one, read Good ShapeBy could result in religious upheavals 2.40 Grace Co 1.00b I Sperry Rand __. 15% Listing .

: the charge and sk the prisoner I Intolerance and the Abbott Lab Gulf Oil 57I IHelne 5t Oil Cal __.__ 2.00 62%:

whether he pie ds guilty or in-' persecution of minorities.He Allied Cern 1.80 52% Curt .80 20% St Oil ladS ss- 2.oob 79% AllisChal 10 IntNick 80 !

j 1ocent.i I SAM McGARVEYSun Amerada pt 2.00 83% IBM5.00 486% St Oil NJ 87% Alcoa 78 IntPap 32.\. ,
asserted that the hearings. AmAir 45 Jones&L 1
Staff Writer Am Elc Pow l.16b 41% Int Min C __ 1.803 Sterl Drug _.._ .65 % 74AxnBrk
in their fifth week had
i The judge 1j ill immediately I The now INT Tele _ 1.00 57 524 KaisAl 39%
area million-dollar tobacco crop is in good shape, with shown that amendatory action Amer Enka 1.40a ,Texas Util -- 1.20 53 AmBdPar

: set a date fo4 trial for those the exception of some in the High Springs. Alachua section was opposed by the leaders of Amer Home 1.443 Kellogg .80a Textron __-._---__. 1.40 44% AmCan 37Y.43% Ken'cott 81 76% j
.l leading innoc t. which is In need of rain. Lehman Cp 1.34e 29% Tidewater Lig&My
the National Council of Churches -. Amer M Fdy .90 31% ._ 30% AmCyan 67- LochD 3t%

State Attorn y Ted Duncan, Bradford Union County plantings are in good condition, Baptist, Quaker, Jewish, Lutheran Amer. Motors 14th Litton In 1.9Sf 64 TransWA 38% AmMot IH Lorillard 44 ,

who is institufng the new pro- according to Bradford County Agent George Huggins, who said Presbyterian, Seventh Armco Stl ._- --- 3.00 Lone S Cm 1.00 22' Union Pac -____>_>_ 1.60a 45 AT&T 140 Mag'vox 33% 1

cedure, said It was necessary that extra fertilizer has been applied to supplement that Day Adventist, Unitarian and Atch Topka 1.20a 32 Marsh Fid : 1.60 40% United States Stl 54% AmTob 32% MM&M 61%
- lost in recent flooding rains. Bauch Lomb 1.20 Martin M __ 1.00 18% Und Air L 1.50b 57
.0 reduce corusim.I United Church of Christ groups, -- AmpxCp 16 Mohasco 13%
Ralph Emerson of the Bland section reports that his planting with Catholics, Episcopaliansand : Baxter Lab .36 22% McG Hill .60a Upjohn -- __ 1.00 52% Anaconda 42 Mons'to 791 J

I Under the! old \system\ all and those of his neighbors are growihg well, although "a Methodist apparently di, Beckman In 55% Mead Corp 1.70 War Lamb .._._._. .70 Armour 50th MontWd 361,2

cases 'whichj!had (arisen prior good shower or two would help." vided. Beech U S 1.10 Merck -- _-- 2.00a 109% Worthintn _..__ 1.50 ACL 73 NatDair 79

to one of semi-annual terms But in the western area around High Springs, the crop is"suffering" Bristol My .80 Nail Air .80 48th Xerox ___ 113% Babcock 5-1% NatDist 26%

i of court wire c<|lected and from a lack of moisture. That section did not geta Leggett observed at one point,. Brown Shoe ._ 3.40 N Y Cent! .50g 37% Zenith __ _---__ 1.20a 72% BethStl 36 N.AmAv 46%

docketed inone; mass. recent rain which helped other places in the area. that he was still under heavy Brunswich 9% Nia M Pow 2.00 52% N Y S E :Most Active Stocks Boeing 51 Penney 51

unable pressure from several thou, Cambell S __ 2.40 38% Norfolk W __ 6.00 130 Vol. Co. Close Change Borden 74% PRR 32% ]
This meat prisoners sands of his constituents to keep Carter Pdt 1.00a NoIndPS 1.48 230,500 Tex Gulf Sul 5n's off %
make but intending to Brunswk 9% PepCola 56 :
I to bond ,
fighting for a return of No Nat Gas 1.80 57%
pray. 16%
4 etimes had Case JI -- 92,100 Occident Pet 29% up 2% CaterTr 31 PhilMor 81
plead innocent so ers to the public schools of Cal Cessna Air 1.00Ches Olin Math 1.20 45w/a Penn RR 33% 2% I
months up Celanese 69% PhiUPet 49
to wait three and our House Passes Bill-
Ag ifornia. There have no Owens n G 2.50 97 1
Ohio 4.00 79%
66,600 48% %
before thencases were tried, -- up Chrysler 48% RCA 32%
school in California PacG&E. 1.00
public 31%
Duncan said. I prayers Chrysler -__- 48thCoas 60,000 Boeing 51% up 1% CocaCola 130 RepStl 43
for 62 he added, Pac Lting __ 2.40 60th 1
years S
S Gas _
Transitron 7% % CornEd
52,300 up 48% Revlon 36"
Now, unless the ase is ex Tobacco) Support Kept because its own constitutionbans I CBS 1.80b 47% Pac T & T 1.20 307/i 1
50,700 Atch Top SF 31% up 1% ConEdis 84% ReyTob 45
Pan Amer A _
prisone can expectto them. 1.20
ceptional Comb Eng .- 1.20 50,500 Curtis Pub 14% off % ContCan 51 StRegP 31%
be arraigned wittn a month Parke Day 1.00 28%
SCriu $ork Qftmrs; Rep. Paul C. Jones, DMo.., Cone Mills _'_ .80 17/s --- 50,500 Sunshine Mng 16 off 1% DowChe 72 4 Seaboard 48 ,
after charges are rought. Pennzoil 2.00 77%
Contl Air .40 24%
complained that misinterpretations 44,100 RCA 33% up % duPont 258% Sears 113%
Cases scheduled f<|- tomorrow By WILIA.M M. BLAIR 2.20 Perkin EI _
of the constitution's firs!t Conti Ins -- A S Ex Most Active Stocks EAL 31% Sinclair 46% ..
WASHINGTON The House approved a $5.2 billion Pfizer .80a 46%
are: : amendment, the focal point ol Contrl Dat 102% 91,300 Mass.-Ferg. 25% up 1% E.Kodak 133% Socony 77% I
James Kelley, ci rged with agriculture appropriations bill yesterday after, the court's school decisions oi r Corn Pdts 1.SO 63% Phelps Dg 3.00 56,400 TWA wts 22% off % Firestone 38V1a SouthnC 59
eck. shouting down a proposal to end price supports on to- Delta Air 1.60 88% Polaroid .20 141% FlaP&L
'ssuing a worthless 1962-63, were causing widespread 46,400 Peruvian Oils 1% off % 73% SperryR 15%
bacco. The vote final 331 to 64. Pub SvE G.-- 2.60
on was .
and Thur- passage Det Steel
Brooks ----- Ford
Wayne H. and dangerous confusion. 44,000 Hazel Bishop 9% up %S 53% StBrand 78
Dallas Metcalf attempted Before passage, the House also beat off by a single: [ Eastern Air 32 Pure Oil __ 1.60 SOth. FrmstDa
man le did not excuse members ol 28,700 Shattuck Dean 10% up V> 1112 StONJ 87
escape from Alach County vote a Republican proposal to bar subsidies on farm l the Supreme Court. Emerson El 1.00Fair Rayonier ___ 1.00 38th. ODD-LOT TRANSACTIONS FreptSul 33% Studebak 8
products sold to Communist countries. Camra 24%, Rexall .SOb 46%
raiL .50g ---- Purchases _____ 337,3K( FruehTr 30th Swift 50%
The unexpected narrow mar- Rather than concentrating or 1 Finanl Fed __ 54%: Reyn Met .50 38% S. GenDyn 24% Texaco 79

and Elmo Fredrick Williams Ingr, J i es assault Smith gin was part of the running vote of 187 to 186. Thirty Demo whether the constitution shoulcbe I Fst Chartr .- 1.97f Rich Merr __ 1.00 42% Short Sales Sales -385,29 4,491Other !]S. GenE 82% Thiokol 13%

fight over trade with the So- crats joined 156 Republicans in amended, Jones said, Con- Fla E Cst 12%i R.C.A. 32% GenFds 85% U Carb 123%
with intent to robbery. Sales 389,78(:j
Gerald viet Union and Communist bloc favor of the restriction.The gress should repudiate sucl 1 Food Fair __ ..90e R C Cola 1.20 PREVIOUS- DAY'S------ GenMilIs 39% UnitAirc 45%

Stanley .rryberry, countries. It came at a time 'interpretations "and let t hi Ford Motors __ 53%i Roy Dutch _.._ 1.73g 45% GenMtrs 86% UnFruit 21
and enteri with in- MARKET
breaking when the Administration has last ditch effort by the'I world know that we believe ii 1 FMC Corp 1.00 57 San Diego Imp STOCK Goodrich 53% US Steel 5H
tent to commit a mi emeanor; plans for expanding this trade. Republicans was the climax of God." Gen Motors 861A I Searle Gd _.._._ .90 62% Advances _.--- -5---- 635 Goodyr 42th UnivMat 11%
breaking and enteri with in- another day of wrangling Declines __. .. --5------- 45!
The issue is expected to be a over Greyhnd 58 WestgEI 32
sent to commit f __ 261 l
a ny. Unchanged
the bill to finance farm > -
in --
prime Republican subject Gulf Oil 57% WinnDix 3Hi
Isiah Presley vated assault Issues ___ 1,35:I
ag Total
and other
the presidential and congres- price supports activities ; InUIarv 7H'a Woolwth 85
for the fiscal be- \ New 1963-64 Highs _--- 41
sional elections this year. year YOUR MONEY'S WORTH
: Harvey R. Fishe breaking 1. The New 1963-64 Lows -----. Si.
ginning July measure
The House Democratic lead- II OVER THE COUNTERNEW
) J and entering with.nt to commit now goes to the Senate where
a felony. ership mustered 182 votes plus some House cuts are expectedto First Fruit Fly YORK (AP-The following bid

James McCray, uttering five Republican votes to defeat be restored, particularlyfunds I II 20 Million Stockholders t ) and asked quotations, supplied by the
the roll call National Association of Securities Deal-
proposal on a
1 forgery. _ for the food-for-peace tl Find in Miami ers, Inc., do not represent actual trans-

program. i actions but are the NASD's estimateof
While the Administration and the range within which these securIties
: Trenton s Troubled Bank House Democrats sought to pin By Sylvia Porter x / Spurs ExpertsMIAMI could have been sold (bid) or J
I bought (asked):
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an economy label on the bill,i
it probably will not save any Close to 20 million of us and there are enough hints in narrower now. Women were (AP) A suspected I I Alico Land 7 7%

Reopen \After 2 DaysA money. and maybe more own stocksof previous studies for me to make badly shaken by the 1962 market Mediterranean Fruit Flyfirstof Amer Heritage ..._ 20- .
some educated guesses. break and have been more the season spurred citrus

TRENTON -T: Farmers.I passerby spotted smoke High SprinO's"Businesses tions our today nation's, the highest public corpora-numberever My estimate that the total of cautious than men in enteringor experts to tighten their trappingand Florida Gas _....__ 1n's.12%
Fla. Tel _____.._
shareowners now approaches 20 returning to the stock market spraying plans today. 24.26Y"
the than the totalin
which!II coming from building more triple
and Merchants Bajc:,
) million is conservative. In- since. Franklin Life _.._..._ 639'Jax 4
1 was hit simultaneous!! by bur- 'around 6 a.m. The Volunteer 1952 and comparing with 17 creases from census to census Admittedly, key reasons women The insect, found Wednesday I Minit Mkts. 71h

glars and a gutting fje early fire department was called discovered. out, Hit By 1-75 million as recently as 1962. in the past would suggest that I own so much stocK is that near Pier No. 3 on Biscayne Milgo Electron. ......._ 12Mort. %- %
and the burglary was -
Sunday, reopened fo business behind Anoter 120 million to 130 mil- we already have hit that fig- securities often are put in our Bay, was sent to Gainesville for Guaranty Ins. 28Y4-29
The burglars had left
yesterday. I HIGH SPRINGS The recent -lion of us have an indirect stakein ure, are soaring past it. names for tax advantages and positive identification. T h eState
their acetylene equipment, plusa
opening of Interstate High- the stock market's ups and But it's logical to believe that we inherit huge amountsbut Department of Agriculturesaid MUTUAL FUNDS S
Trenton residents \\re\ with- garden hose they had appar- way 75 has already cut local downs because we have savingsin the rate of growth in stock own- still the fact is that the American traps in the find area would
local banking set'ices for ently brought along to keep the be checked and within Affiliated Fund _._ 8.879.59
out daily traps -
tourist business here by an estimated financial institutions which ership slowed after the s t o c k woman is a dominant forcein
two days while ban mployes metal of the vault door cooled 20 per cent. I invest part of our nesteggs in market crash of mid-1962 and the U.S. stock market andis a 25-mile radius would be Divers Growth ...._.._ 99710.93

cleaned up the mess eated by down as the torches burned High Springs Chamber of stocks. during the 1962-63 period of uncertainly continuing to become a'share- checked twice weekly. Dividend Shares 3.764.13

the fire and assesse the dam- through.; There was no faucet Commerce directors were given about what would be owner on her own in ever- I' Dreyfus ... .................._ 20.41-22.18
though to which to at- Another 120 million to 130 mil- Investations of the medfly hay
handy, ,
ages and money losf that estimate by two motel own- disclosed by the Securities & increasing numbers. cost Florida millions of dollarsin Fidelity Capito 11.62-12.62
is tach the hose. shares in our country's privately -
Bank President L# Rogers Commission's Fund _
and restaurant Exchange exhaustive Fidelity
ers a operatorin held Housewives comprise the larg- recent and constitutean
said this morning hat the FBI agents have been on the a meeting Tuesday night, corporations.And probe of the stock mar- est single group of shareowners. annual threat to the state's Fidelity Trend _._ 191220.78

amount of money ((4 in silver) scene since Sunday morning. Dave Newell, CofC presidentsaid. still another 35 million- kets. It's logical also to suspectthat The total of housewives and valuable citrus Fund'tal Invest ..._ 11.06-12.12

taken by the acet ne torch- Sheriff Clyde Williams said this. plus who are not yet stockholders the rate of growth was restrained -non employed adult women crop. Income of Boston_ 8.469.25
The first fly found last
wielding burglars *ts "around morning that about 20 of the The meeting had been called are on the threshold of in- by last year's doubts owning stocks is probably above June year Incorporated Inc. 9.89-10.81
trapped 17 and
was the
He said tc damages vesting, are planning to buy about whether and when we'd ... -
$3,000. agents are still in the area. "We to speed up the erection of four 6 million. first found in 1962 was June 8. Keystone K-2 5.646.16
from the fire, appa ntly"caused have a few leads said Williams signs advertising High Springs stocks when they are financially get an income tax cut. Thus, my Keystone 5-3 _.._ 16.65-18.17

by the cutting torf es used "but nothing we can put: at strategic places along the able to do so and know more guess is that in the past three The average shareholder has Keystone S-4 _...._._._ 4.785,22

by the burglars,!would run our fingers on." new highway. about it. years, the total has grown only an annual household income of: Approves Hike Life Investors ..._ 20.81-22.74 .j

much higher than je amount of The sheriff said no fingerprints Newell said the advertising We are a nation of stockholders -around 3 million and my other over $9,000 and possibly close to Life Stock Fund 8.088.81

money taken. I were lifted from where program will cost about $6,000 as never before and as no estimates of stock ownershipare $10,000. In 1962, the average in- To Congressmen Mass. Inv. Trust 16.59-18.13 1

burglars ent ed the bank the burglars were working be. and that proposals were submitted other nation in the world even similarly conservative.What come was $8,600, and since then Mass. Inv. Growth 8.819.63 i
The household incomes have climbed
Sunday burning by cause they apparently were at the meeting by seven ccmes close to being. else might the new census WASHINGTON (AP) Pioneer Fund _._
sometime hundreds of dollars to all time
grill lorn a rear wearing gloves.He companies. The New York Stock Exchange show? Here are other guesses -S The H se Rules Committee Puritan Fund -- 96310.41 i
removing peaks and there has been a
cut a 16 by 16-I said that a lot of the banl; He said the CofC has been is now beginning its fifth : approved Wednesday a new Putnam Growth .._ 9.5510.44TV
They in
I window.hole in the va i1tdoor but records were destroyed by the! working on the campaign fort census of shareownership in the Women outnumber men as significant of stocks increase higher-owner- federal pay raise bill. Like one & Elec. ._......_ 8.138.86

inch unable to, getjino an inner fire and that the burglars left t about eight months, and expect. U. S. since its pioneering studyof shareholders, but only by a slim ship income families.among defeated earlier in the session Value Line Inc. 5.576.09

were safe that held. met of the two or three buckets full of sil. ed to have the signs up before 1952. While the results won'tbe margin, and the ratio of 51 per I by the House, it includes a sal Wellingtonfund __ 15.13-16.49

k's cash. Tie roey taken ver scattered on the va u II I t the highway's scheduled open. published for a year, thereis cent female to 49 per cent malein The overwhelming majority ary inc:,:-! for congressnr: Windsor Fund 15.42-16.76

ba floor. ing on July 1. enough information available the 1962 census may be even who own stocks also have savings -
was in the records ,yayt. accounts, life insurance .....---- ---
: own their homes. At least STOCK

I 'f One Will Be Play Day Queen 50 plans per, own cent U.also S..savings'have pension bonds. MARKET FLASHES I

_--__ ___ __-- '.. .d.. '<' _J. _._ ..-.... t 6 -. ... New 'York is probably still in
first place in terms of number NEW YORK (AP) A big 821.75.

I -;-:: jjiJtfJ S of shareowners, but Californiais leap by U.S. Smelting fe..es Texas Pacific Land jumpedmore

-... close behind, could be neck- a generally higher stock market' than 3, then cut a point

and-neck.. In 1962 the score was: early this afternoon. Tradingwas from its gam' ; and KerrMcGeeOil

I ___ i'New York 2,341,000 shareown- fairly active. advanced well over a point.

i ers; California, 2,037,000. Since U.S. Smelting's report that it Texas Gulf Sulphur dropped a
I then, California has passed New point and Calumet & Hecla losta
has made a major ore
I York in total population in- copper fraction.
dicating[ how close this race willbe. discovery in New Mexico resulted also boost-
Speculative buying
in a delayed opening for
: __ ed J. McDennott about
L __ Ray
ikvw .ij the stock which was swamped I
: Never has the tie been so intimate and J.I. Case more than a .

; between what happens in with buyers. .point. 1

rAr4J I L -; Wan Street and our financial It soared 10% points to a new Eastman Kodak broke out :
1L __- I well-being. Never has the con- high of 130 on a block of 26,000 above its high and the stock

w:j ,, % r t .' ". .. 1 -U------ nection been so formidable be- shares and held that price in ran up about 3 points. .
1 '4;*' I tween Wall Street's stability
later dealings. Most motors made fractional
ti and strength and our economy'sstability
$ r: : and strength. This touched off renewed gains. Many leading utilities S

A t1 'V i trading eagerness for stocks however, showed no change and
"i S SL with known or possible mineral this group was off a bit on av

), 5% % 5, I ExpansionsOpening and oil discoveries, both on the erage. The trend was a shade
'q ,
r T ki' t, E 3 New York and the American lower among steels and nonfer-

Stock Exchange. ,rous metals. Farm implementsrose
-: :c"t'I I Up S 55
S Rails lost the steam that propelled slightly.

I them into market leadership Polaroid gained 2, IBM and
__ three Xerox each.
Wednesday. Big motors a point
teen new plant and major expansions -
: announced in were fractionally higher. Woolworth, Sears, Roebuck,
I were
;: ; ; t1 Florida last month in industrial Selective gains by blue chips Texaco, Jersey Standard, Johns-

4 ; growth that will create hundreds resulted in somewhat higher Manville, Goodrich, Goodyearand
stock averages but the market Zenith were among fractional
I c5 \ of new jobs, the State Development -
S Commission announced. had many dead spots. gainer S

1k I Two of the biggest expansionswere The Associated Press aver 1 Prices rose in moderate trad- I

[ L 1' il: of newspapers. The News- age of 60() stocks at noon was up ing on the American Stock Ex-

-- ... .. -. ._ ... _. ... Beach .6 at 307.6 with industrials up change.
a"C'"I.I'i"' "=' --- ------'--------------- -- ------- '-'-- -- --- -- Journal Corp. of Daytona

One of th leggy candidates will be named Queen of the University of Florida's Camp Wauburg Play Day Saturday. The beauty said it would spend $1.8 million 1.6, rails up .5 and utilities off I 'Corporate bonds were mIZIith i

contest Is I thY features of an afternoon of activities for UF students, staff members and their families. From left the girls for a new plant and The Bradenton -.3. rails higher. U.s. governerf :

1 are Ann Par on h, Mary Carolyn Brown, Suzanne Hilliker, Liz Roth rock, Jerri Knight, Jeanne Lee, Sally Roffa, Pat Rebel, Cheryl Herald announced a $1 mil The Dow Jones industrial a'-1_ boDds were irregular In 't I
lion addition. erage at noon was up 1.* at *B. tr ft !
I Karen Burke d Ann Goedert.

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20 Gainesville Sun 21 1964
Thursday, May ,
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I Lizards Patios
Hummingbirds, u5u 1ellajfy6un I I Gilchrist County I '

Get Privacy.. From Vine FoliageBy FARM Agents CornerBy Mkt\

HERVEY SHARPE Many smallfry like vines be- tural lines, especially the close- & JIM YELVINGTON Good cattle ind hog sales
Agricultural Extension Service cause they harbor chamelonsthe ly clinging species. GARDEN Agricultural Extension Service were reported his week at the
Gainesville Market.
Vines serve many purposesfor lizards that can change color Linstock
the gardener. and show their bags. Many gardeners say I At Monday's cattle sale, 786
Take the one that produces money vines are the best plants yet Marcus C. Fields, newcomerto ment concerning this market: head were soft, compared to
.. These are some reasons why ,to their homes an air Gf with low
give Gilchrist
egg-like gourds-it's ideal for I County, a "It will work into a good thing. eral-State Market News Serv-
the practical joker. Then there some people like vines. Univer-'tropical living by using them to i base bid of $14,741, has been It's something we've neededfor ice reported Daughter steers
is of Florida horticulturistssay cover passageways or to form' awarded the contra c t t 0 a long time."
a vine that'specializes in sity steady to 50 cents lower, will
walls. 1'1 Down build the State Farmers Market I
: dishcloth production.Bird vines are fine because of patio to EarthF watermelon shed in Trenton. The City of Trenton under all other slaughtr cattle stesJy:

lovers like trumpetcreepers their attractiveness of both fol-I Ornamental vines, as a group, the leadership of Mayor Rob- Stocker cattle vere steady to $1
because they attract a i r- iage and flowers. I are well adapted to a wide 1..1 1..1I 1 In Levy County Bids were opened at the county ert Rowland and the Gilchrist lower in spots. '
treading hummingbirds. Other "range of soils. Most of them i agent's office in Trenton last county commissioners, along
Vines lend contrast and Cattle prices \Monday:
lovers like the privacy vines I thrive in sand, clay, marl or I Friday. State Farmers Market with Rep. Howell Lancaster and
I give them when sitting on the character to landscape plant- rockland, provided plant food ,Chief W. O. Whittle opened and, Lee Roberts, are to be com- Steers and heters Good,
porch with a beau. ings. They accentuate architec- I and moisture are adequate. Bj LEONARD COBB 'examined each bid with the'mended for their efforts in making $19-20.50; standards, $17.50 -
t I Agricultural Extension Service aid of State Extension Engineer this marketing facility for 19.75; utility, $I18; stockers,
_4 1 1i! Soil preparation is most important T. C. Skinner and his.watermelons in our area be- 132050. 'I
i I in a vine planting pro- The next feeder pig sale will' all economic development plan draftsman Sam Evans, who de- come a reality. cutters
Cows Utility 1516.25;
:ject. Time spent in working the for Levy County.Watermelon the building. ;
be held at Mills Auction Mar
,y Alachua CountyAgent's !soil into good tilth will insure I The City of Trenton has given 127514.75,. stockers $9-
i I that you will produce vigorous ket in Ocala on June 2 at 4 Fields won the contract in' the 5-acre site and the sur- 2050.

I plants and possibly have trou- p. m. Pigs consigned for this vines in many competition with Brown Construction veying necessary and the coun- Calves-Goods$20.50;: 24.75;

s a Corner :.:I ble-free care later. sale must be high quality and fields are showing pale yellowleaves Co. of Gainesville, ty commissioners are providingthe standards, $1823.75; utility,
around the root of the Harlie Construction Co. and
: must be Lynch grading necessary fill. $14.75-21; stocktrs, $12-26.25.
disease. They
I free from
To get a project underw a y, plants with ragged leaves which I of Mayo, East Coast Steel Builders Lancaster is the "power that j
: By WILBURN C. FARRELL spread about four inches of vaccinated for cholera at least resemble some disease patterns. of Jacksonville and Triest moves the drive wheel" and Lee Bulls -Utffitji' 1718.50cut;

: Agricultural Extension Service compost, peat, leaf mold or well- 21 days prior to the sale. Thisis Several of these fields hav Construction Co. of Keystone Roberts, the one who has guidedthe tern $13.50-16.501stockers, $11-

_' 0 -__ I i decomposed manure over the an excellent opportunity to been checked and no disease Heights, whose bids were $15- planning of the building to 18.25.

I Last week, Mr. and :Mrs. W. tion of the, United States was I area where the vines will be !sell top quality pigs. Prices was found. A nitrate deficiency. 505, $16,629, $17,254 and $17- fit our needs here in a time At Tuesday's htg sale, 369

;i N. Johns of Alachua brought expected to increase from 179 planted: As a topping, sprinklethe at these sales average 3 to 5 caused the yellow leaves and I 907, respectively. when watermelons must be head were sld, compared to

I two bags of delicious Alachua million to 239 million by 1975.i area with a liberal amountof cents above feeder pig prices at the unthrifty condition of the: Fields bought 80 acres in the more closely graded and sizedIn 255 last week Grate( hogs were
County grown peaches to the This is an increase of 30 per 6-6-6 fertilizer, and then mix other sales. plants. If you have not side Cherry Sink Area of Gilchrist order to maintain a marketfor 30 to 40 cents higher than last

office. The variety was Flor- cent, but, hold on to your hat, the organic material and soil dressed since the heavy rain;; County almost three years ago them. The purpose of the week, and feeder pigs were
o dawon and fortunately the cold because he said Florida would with a spade.In Raising feeder pigs looks like around May 1, it would be wel I and is currently building his market facility, of course, is to steady, with a goo<} demand.
weather we experienced the last probably increase about 66 per muck soil, leave off the the best prospect for the small to add 50-75() pounds of ammoni,. home there. At the present time aid in the sizing and grading of
I cent from 1960 to 1975. This organic application and applyan swine producer who wants to our watermelons. Hog prices Tuesday:
the tree
of March did not cause um nitrate or 100 to 150 pound i he is in a state of transition be-
to lose its fruit.Flordawon would put us among the lead- 0-8-12 fertilizer containingonly stay in business. Land require- of 15-0-14 after the young mel tween Largo and here. He has 4-11 Club News No. 1's, $1J.80;$ ; to. 2's 14.
is one of the var- ers in the U. S. in population. phosphorus and potassium. ments per unit are relatively ons are set on the vines. Thi:i been a contractor in Largo for 50; No. 3's, 33.50; tto. 4's, $12;
ieties released by the Florida Professor McPherson also Before planting vines close,' small and the market potentialis can be applied by hand, true! many years. Mark plans to become Because of conflict with the,'!No. 5's, $9; No. 1 rtfs, $12; hy
I Agricultural Experiment Sta stated that the projected rate at to a tree, remove the tree roots great in Florida. spreader or airplane efficiently. a "full-time" resident Trenton School band concert:''ro's $12; feders, up to $20.25.
I I tions for use from Marion Coun- which personal income is ex- in the immediate area but not; from La- here as soon as his home fc: next Thursday night, the Trenton ., I I
ty, south. Our area is generally pected to rise in Florida is too many roots, or the tree may I' One swine producer Putnal complete. He likes the rural!I 4-H Club will have its meet I
considered too cold for this va- much greater than the nationas die. Such trees as sand pines fayette County, Ellis Around 20 per cent of the peanuts atmosphere of Gilchrist Coun. ing next Tuesday, beginning al t Eleetiicily
riety because it blooms in Jan- a whole. Whereas the per- will not stand much root snitch- has kept accurate records or: planted for harvest in Lev;, ty and has attracted attentioe I 8 in the home of DarlenE
uary and early February. After sonal income in the entire na- his feeder pig operation. Over County this year will be recently from of ouo nand Johnny Parrish. Business Out Minutes
the fruit set, we still have quitea tion will about double between ing.The soil at the base of masonry the past two years he has av-, Florigiant variety. Those wh< "older" residents many by planting rand r program will be the sam \'

bit of cold weather which 1960 and 1975, the personal in- construction often contains eraged above 20 cents pei, have not grown them befon e 40 acres of of Stuarland t:. as given above for Wilcox 4-H[ The residntial areas of northeast -
causes the fruit to drop, but come will increase 155 per cent trouble-making., so pound on his feeder pigs. Hiscost ;: should keep these things ii 1 Curtis varieties.pecans Club. Gaine!'ille lost their electricity
this year Mr. and Mrs. Johns in Florida. remove the contaminated soil Ito of production has been 12- mind: 1. It takes better care e for 3 minutes last night
were lucky in being able to While all of usare aware of a depth of 18 inches. Replaceit 13 cents per pound and his net tand more dusting for diseasi e We welcome Mark and his Landlocked after a substation transformers \',
Switzerland i
save their crop. the fact, the cost of living has with a normal acid soil taken profit is aruond $5 per head. control. 2. It has higher calci: charming wife to Gilchrist Coun- failed, Cit Utilities Director
Dry weather is causing con- continued to rise, many of us from another location. I He is highly efficient and halong sum: and wil t ty and are pleased that he was served by fleets of steamers or John KeUyreported.i ; .
have not to realize the of experience in the, you lakes Constance, Geneva and
siderable damage to our vege- stopped Planting Vines years the successful bidder for the
need to apply 600 pounds o:r Lugano. The fresh-water sat the failure
shipscarry i Kelly occurred
table and field crops. Growers expenditures for food beverageand The planting season is about hog business. contract to build the first unit
tobacco have been decreas- gypsum in two applications during as many as 1,500 passengers about jl 30 p.m. He said
irri- Market
fortunate enough to have time the notion strikes of our State Farmers
any you Rural Area Development the growing season. 3. The each and form im. the exact could be
y an !ause not
In 1940 ex-
percentage this first
gation systems are running ing. -provided the vines are small, here. Construction of
them full time trying to save penditure for these items was thrifty, container grown The State RAD Steering Com, grow deeper and must be plowed shed will begin right away and portant link between Switzerland immediatelj ascertained, but

: their crops. Prices of beans 28.8 per cent of take-home pay. plants. Just before the rainy mittee will hold its quarterly, up deeper. 4. More care ii: be completed in a few weeks. and her neighbors. was probaty a short-circuit.
I, been but the late By 1950 this was reduced to harvesting is required. Do no t for the marketing
have good season starts is a good time to meeting at the State Farm I Complete plans -
t cold, plus dry weather, has reduced -26.5 per cent and during the 10- try your luck. Deciduous vines Bureau headquarters in Gainesville -, try to dry them in the field. facilities here in Trenton I

.- yields as much as 50 per year period from 1950 to 1960 -wisteria, trumpet-vine and beginning at 1:30 p.m call for two more of these 50 Plant Now Fore
cent. Harvesting of Irish pota- the food, beverage and tobaccobill others do best when planted in The program set up for the: Jaycees To Meet., feet by 80 feet concrete and 1 -
toes began last week and yields was reduced to 21.9 per the cooler season.In conference will be Operatior steel sheds to be built some

are fair to good, but the price cent. As the figures for 1975 planting either container DARE and how rural area development The weekly meeting of thi time later on. :! Summer Beauty
is cheap. If you like fresh green are projected, we see that less grown or "balled and burlapped" fits into this pro. Gainesville Junior Chambeof r chairman of f
Leans and new Irish potatoes, than one dollar out of every Forrest Beach
plants, dig a hole whichis gram. Monday, the Levy Commerce will be tonight a t
now is the time to prepare your five will be spent for these slightly larger than the ball ty RAD Steering Committeewill 6:30: at the Holiday Inn.in the local committee establishedback I BLOOMING
: menu from home grown vegetables items which we. consider a ne- of earth about the roots. If the hold its regular meeting I in October of 1962 to work::

i such as cukes, squash, cessity. The quality and quan- plant is in a container care- the Bronson Town Hall. Purpose The main diet of most preda. with the State Department 01 f:l
I : potatoes and beans, and while tity of food we have on the fully remove the plant without of his meeting will be tory animals consists of ratsmice i, Agriculture in establishing the I PLANTS : y
the shelves of our stores oar !
you are at it, don't forget grocery disturbing the ball of earth Formulate plans for the ye gophers and other smal 1 need for this market in Tren-
beef and here in the United States is unmatched t
I Florida grown pork about the roots and settle it in and continue work on the over. rodents. ton, made the following state-
chickens. You'll never find a, by any other countryin Fuschio.
i -- -- --
the hole at the same depth it
better bargain than the food the world, which is a tributeto .
the efficiency of our American was in the container. ei Begonias '
grown locally. Partially fill in around the
Carlton O'Steen of Forest farmer.We I I. i
j. plant with rich garden S 0 i 1. Geraniums
Ed Simmons of
: Grove and

Archer cantaloupe are growers just two in of the our many coun-I homeowners have had during many the calls past from ,,Water the hole thoroughly.and water Finish again.filling A NO MOlt!: Gardenias

ty who will begin harvesting in week regarding lawns and orna-! Follow the same procedure
: Geraniums
mentals examina-:with the balled plants. Do not
about 10 days. Watermelons will dying. Upon
start moving from Alachua tion, we found most of the trou- remove the burlap. However, .
County around June 5. with ble was due to lack of moisture.The cut it away at the top of the
: peak harvest between June 15 root systems had dried out ball or turn it back at the [QrnJ) @@1jD y HEDGE TYFE

and June 20.Agricultural. due to low humidity and high ground line.Before .
temperatures.If setting bare-rooted de- Start Your Hedge ijow' !
: leaders from your lawn or ornamentalsare ciduous plants, trim off long or All Large Garden SizePlants

throughout the state have been wilting, be sure to exam- broken roots. --- I
: in Gainesville this week attend- ine the soil to determine if you Be sure to form a shallow (more time for cooking --
: committee meetings have adequate moisture. If not basin around each plant to 10" Boxwood
ing the DARE hose good things he likes)
: on vegetables field crops turn on the sprinklers until you catch the summer rains. Mulching 18" Ligustrum 9 C
and sugar cane. have applied an inch of waterin i is a good idea as it helpsto 3
: We heard a good talk Tues- each location. You can use', conserve moisture, maintain 18" Viburnum
.. day afternoon from Professor I a one gallon can with the top I the organic matter of the soil,
W. K. McPherson of the De' cut out to determine the increase aeration and reduce i \
: partment of Agricultural Eco, amount of water you are apply- soil temperature during the I ,
. nomics. He stated the popula. ing. summer. FEITILIZEJOW
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i: 1 P letsyr -

Farmers, Experts Meet

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Three Vegetable Field Days The Zellwood field day. will I ity to hear latest research reports -I tI F

i : will be held in Northcentral begin at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday or I in this area on Wednesday I
Florida next week to enable the Central Florida Experimen!t l at the Watermelon and Grape r I i !1- I I :" '-

vegetable growers to bone up Stations' muck farm. The re, Laboratory located six miles f ra i .'"
on latest research findings.Dr. search staff of the Sanfordbased -south of Leesburg on U. S. High- l
James Montelaro, vege- station will relate their lat, way 27.Begining.
table crops specialist with the est findings on the muck soils at 1:30 p.m., grow- ELLETS .
University of Florida Agricultural and then lead growers on a ers will hear reports in fungi- I :

Extension Service, said the tour of the trial plots. cide and insecticide testing pollination i iI I Free Use of
II i field days will be held at Zell- Watermelon and cantaloupe fertilizer and soil fumi- i
wood, Leesburg and Gainesville. growers will have the opportun-. gallon studies, breeding and variety t j I Our Spreader!

''I trials and petroleum mulch 41I II -
results. Dr. James M. Crall, piT

Ancient S )ort. Jou tmg, I,plant pathologist in charge of TORO ( SHOP
11 the laboratory is in charge of

J To Be Revived in Merry OF j the On research Thursday program.Gainesville will] IFI 11 : Trade rtigllest.In PUPPIES:

i be the focal point for the vegetable -
J By EDDY GILMORE part. Ancient armor will, ol f:' growers. Dr. F. S. Jamison Allow- Bejgles I 25
course, be used by the jousters, head of the University, ol once
LONDON (AP-The National The last effort to revive joust. Florida's Vegetable Crops Department NO FROST EVER IN THE NEW (In J !

Trust announced Wednesday ing is believed to have taken I will direct a program Town 4mer.Sh
| .
d that it is going to revive the ana % NON-FROSTING ELECTRICS! On A
125 9:30
place years ago when Lord l beginning at ajn. whicl ; New
cient sport of jousting the me- Eglington got up a joust on hL; will cover everything from A \"E 1 ,
TORO herds4000Reg.
dieval of knocking 8r Picture a bowl of Ice cubes
game your spare
t Scottish meadows.Old vegetable variety trials and Jer x
: opponent off his horse with a tilizer placement to peat po t \.UCI' .'fa in your freezer compartment. I
accounts r 1
lance. newspaper sa S t"""" The will love it for cold drinks.)
70,000 people from all oveEii.. and asphalt mulching. Peppers: \It..\ f. ( family Mm. BlackPonies
.J "Every effort will be made to:rope showed up. A storm swep t t cucumbers watermelons cantaloupes jo ,, (.."Seln Families with the new non-frosting
avoid bloodshed," explained Col. his lordship's meadows. Th<. beans and southern pea ,, .:ye tt- tAJ s.rJ : electric refrigerator.freezers are enjoyingV 70KlfrYKARE

a Anthony Bullivant, "but a first spectators and jousters wen: breeding are among the vege r ef a t" :fir ;:;er this kind of modern living right now i
aid team will stand by just in ; tables which will receive a '\a !
drenched \tI. t.
and the show w as special nm ';;:t But the most important thing is that

"I case. called off.Monotony. emphasis. a "';.,,, 'a&:' you can cross that messy old j 'r 1
The National Trust is a government Highlighting the field day will] toItD .- .-'06
I organization.that looks Break,. be a luncheon featuring fresl defrosting day off your calendar. *
after stately homes and other, sweet corn, tomatoes and cu With the new non-frosting electrics-
t : historical property willed to the' Bends MattressNORMAN cumbers. spend more time doing ether things 25 $179
:. LtS.I
nation. Appearing on the program *i seds1 tJr E Ehev. cn f for your famir/ See your electric

The jousting will be part of a Okla. (AP-Then! will be Agricultural ExperimenlStations' appliance dueler 1 right away. I Fro larkiy Fr.. Delivery C"'r.'c"a"-i' .
$7,000 sports tournament to be were groans-and some corn. scientists from the {! t f
held June 27 on the grounds of!plaints from the anchor men-. vegetable crops, entomology, i I
: the Elizabethan Montacute:,but 56 University of Oklahom a I plant pathology and soils depart- r jLULO/1Jfl4 tzJJ !j jb
House near Yeovil in County students claimed a record II I ments. t11
Somerset. (Wednesday for piling onto i I Ii The Gainesville field day will :
:Colorful pageantry is planned mattress. be held at the Vegetable Research l!] CHEMICAL COM PAN* r
for the day, with Elizabethan I They explained their antic: Unit located nine miles R .an araax.e r isowwa se a+. w I, GARDEN & PET- CfiTER
tents, and men and women in provided a break in the monotony northwest of Gainesville on the -- \ .
1 20 N.W. 16th AYe. FR %G61
Elizabethan costume taking: of studying for final exams. Devils Millhopper Road.

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I Starvation Diets Won't Solve The Problem I IBy

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ALTON BLAKESLEEand milk with them), all pastas one meal and semistarvationat baked goods (pastries, cakes, (Tomorrow: Losing Extra
I such as spaghetti, macaroni, breakfast or lunch. The great cookies; pies). Pounds)
{ JEREMIAH STAMLER, M.D. Your Heart Has 9 LIVESPart and noodles and of din-
potatoes too. banquet type supper or Make a significant dent in all
You can easily eat (Condensed from Your Heart Has
your way In cooking, use oils, not solid ner tends to raise blood choles of these, and it's hard to miss Nine Lives. published by Prentice
into a high risk of a heart Hall copyright 1'M by Anon Blakes-
shortenings. terol. the target. .
+ as measured by high -
Remember, most of the fat,
blood cholesterol. Spreads and Oils
Emphasize all of these. They urated. and pastries are not only highin De-emphasize solid spreads, particularly the hard fat, comes'from I'
But with knie and fork and seafoods which are high in protein I Use oil and vinegar on salads, calories, but are generally cooking fats, butter and mar five big sources in the I ALERT TODAY
'f' spoon and glass, you can also content, and much lowerin or prepared dressings contain made with highly saturated garines high in saturated fats. American diet meats, fat-,
lower blood cholesterol in a saturated fats and higher in ing polyunsaturated fats, or shortenings. For dessert, you New margarines now are avail- rich dG'Y products (whole milk,i ALIVE
short time, and it down. I cream, cheeses), eggs solid fats I
polyunsaturated fats than and
are mayonnaise mayonnaisetype can more frequently. substitute able made with corn or safflower I r
t The change required is mod. meats. salad dressings low in sat- fruit, fresh or compote, for piea oils which are higher in poly- (butter, lard) ,and shortenings commercial ands|, TOMORROWA
erate-not a drastic surrendering Vegetables and Fruits urated and high in polyunsat- la mode or shortcake, for ex unsaturates and lower in saturated I I II I
of all the foods that tempt, Emphasize all of these. Theyare urated fats. ample. fats. With bread or toast,I Paid Advertising "SAFETY CIRCLE-
you, not a starvation diet, not ; low or moderate in calories Pastries and Bakery Breads, Cereals, Pastas try using jelly, jam or honey INSPECTION STATION
a monotonous restriction to just : and rich in essential nutrients De-emphasize these foods, especially Perfectly acceptable are or marmalade rather than a
a few things so typical of many I vitamins and minerals. since most commercial white bread, whole wheat and thick layer of butter. Hollander's North Main Skry e
crash diets.It The small amounts. of fat in sweet rolls, cakes, cookies, rye bread, plain rolls, low-fat I Space out your meals over 627 N. MAIN 372-8238
arE nolvunsat-] doughnuts, rich crackers, pies, .crackers, all cereals (use skim[the day, rather than count on I
involves primarily a chan -
in the amount and type of ii
and the amount of choles-
terol you eat. And it does
work, as dozens of scientific
tests have shown.

One example is the Anti-Coro-
nary Club, started in New Yorkin
1957, in which middleagedmen
voluntarily adopted diet '
changes. ; :

Blood cholesterol fell to safer I
levels in about 80 per cent of
these men, and about half who
had been chubby lost weight.

Their rate of heart attacks
has been one-fifth the rate expected
for men of this age, on
I I the basis of other studies.It .

is premature to credit the
diet change with actually hav-
ing prevented many heart at-
tacks. But we can be cautiously
optimistic. There is good reasonto
expect. that a 15 to 20 per
cent reduction in cholestrol lev-
el among middle-aged men
could reduce heart attacks by :
15 to 50 per cent.

The main diet change required -
is in emphasis upon the
kinds of foods and "goodies"you
eat more emphasis on
some, less on others. You can
hill be a gourmet

The rules are simple:
REDUCE the share of calories
or "fuel" coming from fats,
In favor of other foods you like.

I Put LESS emphasis on foods :
high in saturated fats.

l Put MORE emphasis on foods I _
t high in polyunsaturated fats. .
i I Put LESS emphasis on foods
high in cholesterol content.

1 CONTROL total caloric intake _
to achieve and then holdto
desireable weight. Don't expect
I 1 this to happen in a quick
'eek or so.
The key is to SUBSTITUTE T .
for some present habits. _

SUBSTITUTE low-fat or nonfat -
foods to reduce the total :
ca'ores' from fats down to 25
to 30 per cent of calories supped -
J by everything you eat.

SUBSTITUTE more polyunsaturated -
I fats for the saturated
kind. Don't just ADD polyun-
saturated fats to what you are

eating add:ories.>> to now.your That total would fats and merely cal- Definitely GULF 4. POWER NO. OX@giv s you

Saturated fats, the kind that

from generally tend to animals.raise but blood not They always usually cholesterol come sol-, all the power your car was built to deliver

idify at room temperature, like
the fat in gravy or stew.
I Polyunsaturated fats generally
but not always, come from '
vegetable or fish oils, and tend

to remain liquid at.room tem-, .. ..
I perature.
I If you reduce'jour intake of .. -, .
,1 saturated fats and cholesterol, ,
blood cholesterol comes down.If "-

I you substitute some polyunsaturated .- : ._ 1im .
fats'for the saturated I : ,
I kind, you get a further moderate I '. .
decrease in:blood cholesteroL ;' ,: "
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For general guidelines, here's
I how to choose among major
types: of dishes:
Dairy Products
Emphasize those low in fat
I ... j
and cholesterol such as skim
milk, buttermilk cottage
cheese other low-fat cheeses. ;
De-emphasize high-fat products
f such as sweet cream,
sour cream, ice cream, fat-rich

cheeses, butter.Eggs <

De-emphasize. Egg yolks are
very high in cholesterol and I
contain considerable amounts of
saturated fat. The white of eggsIs

essentially a protein eat as, much albumen Gulf No Nox Four-Power was built to deliver them
and you can

of consumption that as you to like two! Reduce or three egg I premium gasoline gives all, for full driving pleasure NONOX4POWER 7

yolks a week.Meats you four kinds of power. and safety. Get all four
Emphasiie trimmed cuts: of G

lean visible meat.fat on Trim a steak off or all roast the 1. Hill power 2. Passing withNo Nog.Fillupatthe PREMIUM Vo

before you eat it or before : 3. of the Disc.
Cruising Sign Orange
j ycu cook It. Cook so as to get power power
; rid of fat, and keep the portions GASOLINESTOP
:down moderate Poplty size. 4. Pick-up power.Your car Gulf Oil Corporation.

Emphasize l lean poultry especially ,
white meat of chicken

fryers Avoid and the broilers skin because, and turkey.fat is AT THE SIGN OFTHE ORANGE DISC..WHERE YOUR DRIVING TAKES ATURN FOR THE BEST.

\ concentrated u n d e r the skin.t .
t Ducks, geese:and stewing hens ,
.J Ire relatively. high in fat. I

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,,' ,\> What's your problem For a aen- I' j 0!G S45IOd} J fa ROW! 6OQO I AMVtJV..bt1M11G7r './)
'" 'rt4 I" Him enl! reply, writ to Alby, Box 3365, E! C Q
Forget Beverly Hill, Calif. 90212, and
i c{. C
V Include a self-addressed stamped en
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< ; Abby all mail.
velope. answers
l : 1 i i 4szr
u Abigail Van B wren .1 :
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DEAR ABBY: I am 26 years old and am in love with a like twr blue sapphires. And the third was "onyx-pected." ,,' 4F rSLOBBOVIA HAS GOT SOMETHING TO SELL/'NAMELY !MINUTES LATER
married who is 33. He married and has CARL ON BASSOON ST. '', ': ..'. \f ITSELF!!SINCE FT WAS SATURATED IN KICKAPOO JOY
man very young one ,
child. I have been in love with him for six years and seven DEAR CARL Thank you for your contribution to my col > SO NOW WE MUST CREATE A DEMAND DELICIOUS FOR IT.?'- VJOULD MAKE MV BLOOD RUN i
months. When I met him he told me that his marriage was lection of unusual names. Where were YOU when vaudevilleall THE ( LOCK THE DOORS,AND "LL TELl.'IOU MY PLAN// COLD,IF IT VJASMT FROZEN
washed up, so I had nothing to do with his miserable died? SLOBBOVIAN .e S ALREADY./ ...
situation at home. He says as soon as his little boy is able BETTER ,
to take care of himself he will get a divorce and marry me. DEAR ABBY: In November of 1958 I wrote asking your advice y BUSINESS p

His son is in the second grade now. I get awfully tired of about my husband, who cheated on me, beat me up BUREAU

waiting Abby, and I'm not sure I could ever love another and refused to take the responsibility of a husband and father.

man. Can you give me some good advice? At the time I had only one child. Today I have five and I am

MIXED UP kicking myself because I didn't take your advice. You said, 2
DEAR MIXED: Yes, lose Him. The chances you're taking "Don't take him back until he has proved that he can stay yPAW'S

aren't worth the chance you have of marrying this man. And away from other women, treat you with respect and hold a
if you can LOVE a man other than another woman's hUIjob.! ." Well, each time I took him back I got pregnant. He

band, you had better. find it out-while you're still in the 20's. continued to cheat on me and slap me around, pregnant or
not. He also lost one job after another. How I wished I hadDEAR '"

ABBY: Speaking of naming children unusual names: listened to you. Print my letter to let other women know
I once heard of a woman who named her three daughters, what can happen when they take a man back before he im- BLESS HIS KEEPIN'HER \ GOOD OL' TIMESAWASTIN

smooth and white as a DearL The second had eyes- that shone KICKING MYSELF- CALEB CAN GIT THAR $

lady violinist reinstatedby 9:00 Q Divorce Court IpoooC
the local orchestra'new O Bachelor Father >>
conductor. Hazel: I CD Romper Room 00rl

Shirlye Boo t h. George: 9:30 O People Are Funny
a Don DeFore. Dorothy: CD Jack LaLanne

e Whitney Blake. 10:00 O Say When 1ll

O Science Reporter O News-Mike Wallace

;..5.4:.. ry+ j 10:00 O Perry Como I CD Waldo Norris
(Special) Guests: Rober. 10:30 O I CD News
ta Peters, Jack E. Leonard O I Love Lucy )

1 and The Four Step I 11:00 O I CD ConcentrationO

Brothers.O Price Is Right 'iHI515 TOTALLY S'O 11 rr EASY TO SEE WAN pEppLE WC1ti T O ,YES.'i1lE. )
THURSDAY EVENING "Thunder Gap. Forgetting
12:00 O I CD First Impression
5:00 O Best of Groucho O What's NewDoitYourself usual professional reserve, O Love Of Life _.__

O Riverboat Weather Liz tries desperately to 12:25 O News os.A

5:25 O Greatest Headlines Station. contact the family of a 12:30 O CD Truth or .
5:30 O Newscope 8:00 0 Film Feature dying patient. Script by ConsequencesO ;
5:55 CD I Local News, Sports, 8:15 0 Chats On Writing Alvin Sargent. Liz Thorpe: Search For Tomorrow :7" ;

Weather 8:30 O I O Dr. Kildare Shirl Conway. 12:45 O Guiding Light r
6:00 0 Sunshine Almanac Wealthy widow Dolly Mar- 11:00 O News, Weather, Sports 12:55 O CD News
O News, Sports, lowe is in Blair re- O News 1:00 O News ... .
Weather covering from some B Local News (Color) O Midday

6:15 0 Channel Five News injuries, but what she 11:25 O Movie I O Local News U
6:30 O News-Walter Cronkite really suffers from is lone- "The Outriders." (1950)) A 1:05 CD Match Game

O Quest for Adventure liness a condition she Confederate soldier joinsa 1:15 O Focus Interview Q
O I CD News, Huntley, expects her old friend band of raiders. Joel 1:30 O Science

Brinkley Gillespie to remedy. Gil- McCrea, Arlene Dahl, O As the World Turns fl WASTE OFT1ME.DOCTOR ID FEEL 50 MUCH IM/WJCHTOO/ ITS ALMOST NINE O'CLOCK/ COME
7:00 Q Rifleman lespie: Raymond Massey. Barry Sullivan, Claude CD Ernie Ford /r/A/ IN BETTER ABOUT ITF BU5X KATE-MUCH tVE A BUSINESS APPOINTMEKT AROUND
"The Prodigal. Kildare Richard Cham-
I CD Arrest and Trial berlain. Lowry: Steven 11:30 O CD I (Color) Johnny Deal zw .EXAMINATION THIRTY! AMJLT1AMLLION ..
O Discovery Bell. Carson O Password MRSTANDLl: tl DOLLAR DEAL/

Different kinds of "Bird O Children Growing FRIDAY 2:25 O CD News
Homes" and how to make 9:00 O Perry Mason 6:00 Q SlimnasticsO 2:30 Q I CD Doctors
them are described by "The Case of the Ugly Sunrise Semester O House Party

Mary Lela Grimes. Duckling." Alice Trillingwas 6:10 O Continental Classroom 3:00 O I CD Loretta YoungO 0 i t
O Movie never very attractive, 6:15 Q Sunshine Almanac To Tell The Truth t
"Westb o u n d." but portrait-artist Anthony 6:30 O World CivilizationO 3:25 O News-Edwards

Capt. John Hayesof Usher has taken a sudden Pastor's Study 3:30 O I CD You Don't Say!
the Union Army under- interest in her. Mason: 6:35 O Sunshine Almanac O Edge of Night :1 S r I ti ,

takes the job of runningthe Raymond Burr. Burger: 6:40 I CD Living Words 4:00 O Match GameD
Overland Stage Lines William Talman. 6:45 CD Hi Neighbor Secret Storm-Serial

which will speed up ship- O Auditing Horizons 6:50 O Farm and Home CD Popeye's Pals
ments of gold from Cali 9:30 O I O Hazel 7:00 O I CD '
O News ti p Il III ill J I'LL, HAVE PIZZAnnilfi1 I FU1D'iU GOtHRE6
fornia.: Randolph Scott, (Color) "Hazel Sounds News, Weather 4:30 O Burns and Allen Do YOU I I If Ir A MALTED MILK '' RESTAURANTS BEFORE I
Virginia Mayo, Karen Her A's." Hazel demands 7:05 O Ranger Hal O Super Car THE DIET HAVE NO GOOD AND SHORTCAKE STRAWBERRY FOUND ONE THAT PIPN'T

Steele, Michael Dante. equal rights for women in 7:50 O News CD Movie -. ., r c HAVE THE SPECIAL DIET ....
7:30 O Temple Houston her campaign to get a 8:00 O Captain Kangaroo "Return of the Texan."

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Says Pearl Harbor Punch Hurt Since

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Sailors Lost Bottle Battle Night Before : f:: VT I- c r-. III 1 Is

By CONRAD FINK Harbor's debacle" the 548-page total prohibition in India, pictures report says, is that Marshal SZI n

NEW DELHI, India (AP) -. report says much of Japan's World War I as practically Ney, France' general of the MERELY STANDING SILENT
Battles between soldiers and I success in that first battle of ,turning on the spin of a bot- armies, "spent the night with CAN BE.THE BLACKEST OF UE5, FOR HE'D TWENTY ONLY HAVE BEEN! BONE
burgundy and could MY CHILD
: not
bottles have the Pacific war was due to a -TOE PRODUCER PROBABLY WILL NEVER,COME. BACK
changed history as DUoEE DID YOU
reinforce ,,
much as battles between battle: of the bottle that American German troops would have Napoleon as ordered. !-I-f HAVE5OMUHINGTO GOT THEIDEATHAT I. ONLY TO YOU-WHETHER YOU REPAIR
mies. sailors lost the night be- captured Paris and won the port says, and instead of receiv E= DO IOSiNG 1VITH DANES ABU, MRS.WORTH-! TO GO ON THE ...GOODNIGHT DEEDtE! -
war, the report says. ing .vr. BUT L DIDN'T SAY THAT!r TOUR AND
So says an Indian govern fore.A an emperor's throne Na- P t
ment commission in a newly released Japanese former officer,: "However the wily French poleon went into exile. o

report on the evils of Cmdr. Mitsu Fuchida, is quoted left their cellars filled with potent

drink. Alcohol, says the commission as saying the Imperial Navy: liquors. Germans went KiwaniansHere F =
has been an important though American sailors had down and came up in such an .. J ; r rk

factor in many wars. the habit of getting drunk Sat- intoxicated condition they were
Talk ..,J
urday night. unable to fight"The ..... .S It
The commission blames sev

eral major defeats wholly or in The attack Sunday morning, report says bottles were On ReservesRobert < t-
part on liquor: Pearl Harbor, Dec. 7, 1941, was "planned to reversed in the 1940 'Battle of fit a

the battles of France in both take advantage of that," Fuchi France. B. Mautz, vice presi-

world wars, Waterloo in 1815. da was quoted as saying. "The French Army, believing dent of academic affairs at the MINNIE,gEMMON 1I Ibd ij I'r WHAT STEVE
HAS THE GUARD POJAI5 ,, a, l, I1 ,
While acknowledging "therewere The report, which will guide in the impregnability of the University of Florida, explained 3 SOME S3CTCF OTUAL/ '' I rs J I THAT THE GUARD EALIE K RADIO
several causes for Pearl] the government's campaign for Maginot Line, lay behind it the purpose of the armed i Z GA ROOD' RUN FOR THE AIRCRAFT '"' U a CALL RUSHING HAS TOWARD ARMORED THE VEHICLES SCENE. i
force I t1- 1 f WHILE I v ,,
drinking their favorite red and reserve
program yesterday -
CARRY MRS.YE>:Q! 1 rt ++'
.. s ,,. Y4r -
white wine." before a luncheon meeting : ; r I K. TIIAr Now wE
of the Kiwanis Club. "I
HE >./ LAP TIDE Germany's troops, supposedlycold
t 1 t I t I AvlRAGE AnEn sober and staying out of Mautz, a colonel in the Air 'z Z -

MEDICAL PITOACROSS the cellars this time, flankedthe Force Reserve, said that this '

PER s E T o N heavily fortified line, swept country is not in favor of a large (

1.Cheerless 23.Live R I t1 E S G o R A N into France and won the cam- standing army. The pattern has f rI
4.High 24.Sliver O N A N J A W T A G paign, the report says. been for a small army which is
mountain poisoning A I R B A Y C O T e. expanded during a crisis and
7.Covert 28.Pertinent MISER N O R E. L Generations of schoolboys who quickly demobilized when the
wound 31.Sea eagle D I N E D W A R learned Britain's duke of Wellington I danger has passed, he said. r::
.Work unitS3.Puipledye mfr _
11.Moham32. p G A 5 P I C A D O R beat Napoleon at Water- "Since the nation that j C I -- s
can re-
media R A T loo would be disappointed by -
P A L I N E I cover the quickest after initial -
adopted son 35.Scold A L E A D E N E E L the Indian version of that fa- an -
12.Long-nosed 38.Sodium attack would be the victorin
mous battle.
chloride SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S a war," said Mautz, "T his f
&h PUZZLE Wheat really happened, the : THE NEXT GUY WHO IJ I)
13.Samoan 39.YoradoUJ DOWN country" has- Hpvp1nrv-- the ro-!r WT IS R COMES ALONG I'M 6C.MNASAV
pigeon <&0.Lettuces 1.Sparold 6.Make serves to provide hePe ;'d ,!!;: WIT IPiOPLc.r *HEV, BUD Yi LETS : -
14.Retaliate 4t.!.tissUe fish .proYLsion Baaths and capacity to mobilize trained ry t.0 Otic 1hANT5 YOU AN!? Me STEAL A EP is WF T u ,
16.Cadle ahclter 2.EDg.conn1..Rainy and men and machines to expand ... TO Bic JEcP AMP i 1S RFRENDCY
17.Haw. 45.ClIl"name try feStival alipp the : GO AVYCLT0SETHER. Y ITti'1
standing forces in the
baling pit 46.Cutting tool S.Soothsayer 8.ward Ask Arab Rule event of war." = .'* f Pc0LE.e
18.Choose 47.Killed 4.Pascal 9.Church
20.PremIum. Memorize Jamb recess .
22.River 49.Female 5.Barrel 10.Lager DAMASCUS, Syria (APSyria's )- Social a .y 1 1f
bland sheep stave 15.Bird related ruling Baath Socialist Security III(
to the party Wednesday night proposed ."
I L 3 -f S' 7" f1 cassowary the establishment of a Bagged Memos .-"
I 19.Outfit Palestinian Arab state with sov- t
II IZ ""' 5-21
: 20.Pocketbook ereignty over the west bank of Local food stores will stuff -..

fT IS I. 21.Metal u It the Jordan River and the Gaza grocery bags this weekend with _
is mined Strip. a social
security remind-
Jd i)
.h, Vh./ 'l./. 25.lIermlt 2t.IIrannl1 The Arab-held old ing household employers and WHY PONTKM PROP W TO XI I HAVE TO GO W XM 6tAp ran? mur x
II z' lZ 26.Son of Bda2s quarter of employers of their responsibility :: YCAI CAN PROP M f OFF AT THENEXT Y01'itE VERfI SEE NLL COKNEEty M THE /TO PJCXCHSOC.PEKHAPS VP S1Y .,4 I 5n66t T'ED 6E1!
Jerusalem was proposed as the CORNER,JBP6E. Z Ull JIi57 Atw 14
to YftElL01M1E, MOR11ENb +WE ANOQfI t 101 HWVr IP HWB/ FKESS67
ry zt ZS "l.1 27.Mass.capc capital report wages. 4 A COBPLE BLD03 AVWff I R>=ALLY GARY. TALK MTU 1M. Z 5FtkL: CHAISES AfiAmSTTHAT
'/ '// 29.Pasture .I John W. Spann Jr., managerof H: APFREOKIE THE BPE: ; t' J tTi s TART.'
II l' '(1 [//;r.// 31 30.CnnningJZ The United Arab Republic oc- the Gainesville Social Security ::,.. ,
: 0r/ r / 33.EarlyltaIic: cupies the Gaza Strip, while the Office, said workers in private .
r'l' ': J Jf tribes Kingdom of Jordan has held the homes who are paid $50 or ell! fr
J J1 'lJt r'// / 34. Dcserttr'l. west bank of the river and the.more in cash over a three- ,..

:.4 i-4l ,: '/' 36.35.Wicked FoodBsb.'j old quarter of Jerusalem since I month period by one employer
41 4J the Palestine War. Israel :1
31.Stir up separ- are covered by social security. .
41 'IS 4' 41.Fuss ates the two territories.The Complete information on re-

1..1 - 42.RaveD I Syrian party also proposed porting earnings paid to domestic ::
I f8 0141 I : cry formation of an independent employes may be obtained ,..;)
43.HatcLct Palestinian army on a from the Social Security II-I) .
Pot t27 N Herrsteehaes
mlA. f 21it basis of equality with the!Administration P. 0. Box 42, 7'i
armies of the Arab nations. Gainesville. I

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Thursday, May 21, 1964 Gainesville Sun 23 _

I Convair; Scientist Named U of F Prof i h CAPTAIN FACES DISCHARGE Shakespeare --

Dr. Bernard M. Leadon, a active teaching and research'fessor in graduate courses at\ First Code ? Greatest'j j

senior! staff scientist with Gen- experience to boost the Univer-' San Diego State College in the'I;I Zip Casualty I In Student Opinion i ,
and heat
eral area gas dynamics
Dynamic Corporation's Con sity's growing competence in .. '.
vair general office in San transference. He taught for 12 WASHINGTON (APComic ner" 76, "Our Town" 46, "Great ;. ;
Diego, Calif., becomes the University -. areospace engineering Leadonis years at the University of Min- New dark aimra provides for discharge from the Air Force books, television and other Expectations" 39, "Hamlet" 33, '.: I
of Florida's research a specialist in fluid mech- nesota while principal investi- By JACK RAYMOND for failure to reply to official correspondence. Corms: of instant culture not- "The Red Badge of Courage"and
anics and heat transfer.
professor of gator for contract research in withstanding, American high "A Tale of Two Cities" 33, ..
aerospace July 1. The old native Minnesotan The captain apparently did not reply.
46-year WASHINGTON It seems that an Air
experimental aerothermodyna- school students still are getting and "The Scarlet Letter" 31The 1
College of Engineering Dean is the author of 28'technical But he sent the letter to RepresentativeHebert
I Force Reserve captain is faced with dis- substantial
mics. He has been with Con- to good
Thomas L. Martin Jr., who announced articles and his research i vair since 1957. charge from the service for failure to supplyhis a veteran member of the House literature exposure 1 I

the appointment, said I specialties include turbulent- superiors with his postal zip code number.In Armed Services Committee. 1,056-foot-high Eiffel ... ;,
today that Dr Leadon's intimate boundary-layer problems and one of two letters to his "Had I'not been dealing with so many bureaucratic That's the conclusion to be Tower is six inches higher in
,experience with the late st both important Cop Gets His drawn from a recent by .
; transpiration cooling Rep. F. Edward Hebert, which the Louisiana buffoons during my 26 years in survey the summer than hi winter. Its. ;'
techniques in the aerospace in-. in space-age research. Democrat released yesterday, the Congress, I would have been apoplectic over the Educational Testing Serv- all-steel structure expands in ..? :"
captain ,..
dustry combines his Dr. Leadon is But It's ice. ETS asked 691 public, Roman
a visiting .
; weather.
C I proI FishyMOBILE suggested, "History may record me as the the example you sent me, Hebert replied. I II I Catholic and independenthigh hot

I Ala. (AP-A Mobile first zip code casualty." However, he expressed the fear that if schools across the country
3 COMMERCIAL DRINK BOXES I! city detective insists this Hebert is asking the Air Force for an ex he pursued the matter with Air Force what major works of literature I Electrical Y :
fish story is true-and he has a planation.For headquarters at the Pentagon it would "only they offer their students. I I i
4 -Chest Type for Soft Drinks .... $100 black eye as proof. the reserve officer, a chaplain, the lead to more wasteful paperwork and lost Shakespeare, in this 400th an-
4'-Chest Type for Dairy Products.... $150 incident not be amusing. He has man-hours on the part of the Air Force." niversary of his birth, had the Lighting Installed .
Charley Nall said he was proceeding may reported two top ,entries in all three ..,
i 8' Counter Type Beer Box ................ $650 in his boat through to Hebert that a board is to convene "If you have any more threats from the categories of schools-"Mac' Residential Commercial -- !
All in extra-clean condition. nearby Chalacoohee Bay Sun- .June 22 to "consider my discharge for fail- Air Force about the zip code, please let me beth" and "Julius Caesar." i I Industrial 1
I FR 2-9607 or day when a mullet leaped from ing to send my zip code number." know." The most popular works of CALL 1
CALL FR 2-3251 after 6 p.m. the water and smacked him The climax of the story began to develop The did literature in the public schools, C. P. Dressier :
I J between the last month when the captain let him know. In a letter
right eyes. captain, a resident of those taught in at least 30 per .
--- --- received by Hebert he Electrical Contractor
-------- ---- ------ yesterday, wrote: t
I Ij New Orleans, received an official letter notifying cent of the schools surveyed, !
Phone FR 6-5193 .
ti him that he had twice been asked for "Apparently a board is to convene on 22 are: "Macbeth" 90 per cent, 910 N.W. 4th St. ,
I his zip code number. He had failed to respond June at 0830 hours to consider my discharge I "Julius Caesar" 77, "Silas Mar-
\\j each time, the letter noted. for failing to send my Tip code number. I )

ji "If we do not receive your reply within "How serious my negligence is, I do not ENJOY FLORIDA LIVING IN A '
30 days following receipt of evidence of deliv-
know. Is it akin to desertion? What will be
iI i-
ery of this letter we propose to take action my punishment? Exile
perhaps, to be abandoned -
under 26, AFR Air Swimming
paragraph ( Force regula-
at Alcatraz
.' ? with a B.C.D. (bad con-
tions 45-41," the official 3
) letter warned.
discharge) How could I give you my
I 1" The letter said that the cited paragraphI vote?"
Rivers Construction Co. :
j ..! ; I Ifj I I 'I i by ;

fj -1. .;: w I! Racial Liberalism in North I i I I I HOT and DRY A QUALITY POOL Backed by a

( '-. ..,-- -- I I Floridians can look forward FULL 5 YEAR WARRANTY :
i to a typical sum- t
-, .\. Skin-Deep Says Minister !
this with hot
mer year 2 SIZES 16x32 and 20x40 .t
weather and limited rain- Priced at $3,000 to $3,500
, By DON MCKEE j up with the proclamations of. fall. To insure that your NO MONEY DOWN-5 YR. FINANCINGWITH

THB:: HARRIS SURVEY ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. TAP) the white liberals.? lawn and shrubs receive
I adequate water why not
I-Tall, ruddy and Texan, the Moody said the white "back- call EACH POOL YOU CET
: Rev. Dr. Howard R. Moody- lash" to the Negro's drive in Filter System Skimmer Pool Brush Diving Board
L. I transplanted from the South to the North has set back civil: BEVILLE'SNURSERY Pool Light Test Kit Step Ladder Vacuum Cleaner

..j IT MATTERS I i if an integrated church in New rights efforts. Leaf Net I
ti I York City's Greenwich Village However, Moody-born in and Garden Center for -

WHAT PEOPLE THINK i I-believes the North is racial mostly liberalism skin-deep.in Dallas and educated in Texas, a obligation FREE estimate on the without best RIVERS CONSTRUCTION CO. ,4

California and at Yalebelievesthe I underground sprin k I e r 1909 EAST 5th STREET 1
"I just feel that when the recognizing of true feelingsis I system. '
DIAL 622.7049 OCALA
People can't always tell in clear what :
you crisp, sentences ".
chips are down the Northern a necessary step toward ulti- Call FR 6-4030 622.7048 FLA.LET'S .
I they think about vital issues of the day. Deep feelings, white man, even though he professes mate solution of racial issues. I

conflicting emotions can turn the average Joe inarticulate to be liberal, really --- ---- -- ---- ---- I -- -- ----- ---- -- ----
when asked to stand and deliver his opinion. But accurate doesn't react any different than

knowledge of public opinion is of vital importance to the the Southern white" said Moodyin I'' '
interview. GET
nation and its leaders. an I THE RECORD STRAIGHT!

Moody, 43, has told delegatesto

I There is.a man who can get the public to talk, and then sum Baptist the Convention American that(northern when)i I .

I up and analyze the "why's" behind the opinions. He is the Negro revolution reached Dixie C
polltaker Louis Harris who uses only the tongue-loosening into the big cities of the North i i Itles

/ magic of questions, questions, questions. Searching and ,last summer it caused "the retreat ornpareaBy !
I' of the white liberal in the
thorough, his opinion-sampling surveys last well over an North.?
hour. What you get if you work hard enough is a great, rich ,
I slice of life. The slice i is a huge cross-section of the American The minister practices the
public, interviewed by 5000 trained Harris throughout liberalism he preaches. He was
; Ii surveyors arrested last summer for kneeling
; i the nation.Privatelycommissioned. in front of a cement truckin Crime
L. Statistics.j
Brooklyn to protest job dis-I
\ r! Harris Surveys have been invaluable I crimination. .

f 1 campaign blueprints for many U. S. Senators and Governors. "The past twelve months have ..jJ

i q'i Now, as a 17-year veteran in the field of public opinion been really revealing," he tolda J ( Excerpts from an article from Fla. Times-Union, J

i ,i sampling, Louis Harris is making his perceptive, penetrating I reporter. "It's not saying the I Mar. 6, 1964)
.4 reports direct to the public. Every Monday here in the i ir North shouldn't care what hap- zg Y Crime statistics as compiled in the preliminary annual
I pens in the South, but our self- ." % uniform crime released the Federal Bureau of
r report by
i I i1! Gainesville Sun, 'The Harris Survey" spotlights where people righteousness has been ex- t t Investigation showed the following figures:

: r; stand, and why, on a crucial or news-worthy topic of the Jay.Ii posed." "ff.iU\\:. i .h.. ,- g MURDER, NONNEGLIGENT HOMICIDE 1963 1962Jacksonville
What people think matters and makes the news. civil demands *""" >""VV*'<:.f . . . . . 23 37
When rights North imp Miami . . . . . . 39 37
in the ,
tightened Moody .iii.!>>A;'. ri y" 0 qv4 f"b Tampa . . . . . . 36 22
said, it became evident that > a c r Atlanta . . . . . . 87 84
differencein {
"there was no great ; FORCIBLE RAPEJacksonville

the white Northerner" and the . . . . . 11 1 t
white Southerner. r ; Miami i . . . . . . 48 26 .. ,
LIWUEZUU1E Northern "berals: he said, always 1: Tampa . . . . . . 18 31 ,
e better prepared for Atlanta . . . . . . 90 94 --
'UUi were .
i "integration in the South than
I north." .,. Jacksonville . . . . . 511 429
II ii next door up y. Miami . . .'. . . : 957 807 _.
I I "The Negro is a little bit fed ,A .< "".,)y' .: ,,,\. Tampa . . . . . . 373 313
__ __ ______ ''''1.. ,+j..; if.!" 'f>* -' Atlanta I . . . . . 563 497
P. i '"t "k Jacksonville . . . . . 564 249 ...
.,w ,,.< '\ Miami . . . . . . 1,003 927
I SLOGAN CONTESTFOR f'';,j Tampa . . . . . 613 415 -,
4 f Atlanta . . . . . 839 711 .. "i
Jacksonville . . . . . 2,336 2,189 "
Miami . . . .. . . 5,433 4,952 ....V. .
',1 Tampa . . . . . . 4.178 3181 ,.
GAINESVILLE'SCleanUp Atlanta . . 4,082 4,575 ..
Burns Has
Haydon LARCENY OF $5'0" & OVER .

Jacksonville . . . . 1,590 1,465 4
Miami . . . . . . 2,081 1,285 -- 1
Many Accomplishments. Tampa . . . . . . 1,630 1,466
Fix-Up Paint-UP Program Atlanta . . . . . . 3,821 3,537 f
I & Past president of the Florida League AUTO THEFTJacksonville 1
. . . . 498 521
'I of Municipalities I Miami . .. . . . . 1,191 1,325 .
Tampa . . . . . . 775 700
Paint Donations by: I & Past president of the Board of Directors of Atlanta . . . . . 3,417 3,622JACKSONVILLE'S
:' the American Municipal Association

Sears, Roebuck & Co. Heath's House of Colors & Recipient of the Distinguished Service: .
Award from the American Municipal
Association which the destinies of ,
Contractors Supply Liddell Paint & Glass Co. 13,000 American guides towns and cities TO OTHER SOUTHERN CITIES!

Mary Carter Paint Store Harper Paint Co.

Pittsburg Plate Glass Co. YOU OWE IT TO FLORIDA! BE SURE TO

Compete for $115.00 in PAINT GIFT CERTIFICATES.. Write a slogan best describingthe VOTE TUESDAY !

Clean-Up, Fix-Up, Paint-Up Program. i
Cast your ballot for the candidate whose

1st Prize: $75 Gift Certificate for Paint outstanding record invites comparison. i. !

2nd Prize: $25 Gift Certificate for Paint .. ,

',. ;3rd Prize: $15 Gift Certificate for Paint Vote For 1 I


I i -

.. .
Anyone,my.. enter as many times as he likes. E ntrees must be post-marked by May 29, 1964. GOVERNOR

I Mail Entrees,. to: Heath's House of Color, 523 W. University Avenue, Gainesville, Florida. pd. adv. :



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: 24 Gainesville Sun Thursday, May 21, 1964 1 1f

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Il f Heckling Crowd; 1 BridgeThe ALAN TRUSCOTT By THEREIS WANT-AD RATES r.

PH. 372.8441

deal shown today is an- NORTH THESECLASSIFIED
i i Judy Walks Out other illustration of Terence 4 K10 for *

I "
Reese's little Major" system.The V QJ843 Classified Only":

opening bid of one dia- + 632 E
E MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) I II mond promised a spade suit, Q 107 E DEADLINES

I -By the time the orchestra and South showed his heart suiton WEST EAST

h -- played "Over The Rainbow," the second round. With the > J62 498 5 Tues. thru Fri Jallers-s tunDay before publicationFor
E ads to go In Sun. paper-1J:00 a.m. Sat.
the audience was hooting and match in the balance, West, dou- VA1095 V = For ads to go In Mon. paper-1 p.m. Sat.

I Judy Garland had stalked off of his two AKJ953 WORTHWHILE
bled on the strength KJ954 + ADS I (Minimum ad 4 lines)

._. stage. almost certain trump tricks. 4,6 AKJ9532 I
-.. The sour notes didn't end with SOUTH (D) 3
I : ;: East, won the first two tricks Insertion ...... ** few
,. Miss Garland's concert Wednesday with high clubs and could 4 AQ7542 J Insertions ................................. 22c line
night. V K763 FOR e 6 Insertions We lint
have beaten the contract im- I 12 Insertions '. He llr*
J -"- The boxoffice was besieged mediately by leading a third + A Total charge computed by multiplying total lines x rat earned -
=- R x number of Insertions.
: for refunds today and the head club. He expected, however, 484 I

: of the Musicians' Union said l that South would be able to Neither side was vulnerable.

It the Australian orchestra that discard a diamond loser on the The bidding: BIG 5 Five letter words per line

accompanied the singer hade and decided South West North East
third round of clubs, C
1 + Pass 1 N.T. 3 Sam as 2 lines
_. never been so humiliated. to play for the maximum READINGIN 8 Pt. ordinary type. =

: Miss Garland herself commented penalty by leading a d i a- 3 Pass 4. Pass !
Same as 3 (IIne
2 "I didn't like it, did mond. Pass Dbl. Pass Pass 12 Pt. ordinary type

you?" West led the six of clubs. SAVINGSON i
4 lines
As it happened, South had [ I O Pt.ordinary type
: :. The American singer's travail O =
.. began when she arrived an hour no diamond loser to discard, tract. He won the diamond a

and took full advantage of shift with the ace and led the i i
I = late. Her blamed it on ------ ------- so ,
manager Same 4S I1M1
a sore throat. "You're late" and JUDY GARLAND the opportunity to make his con- heart three. When West playedlow 24 Pt ordinary type

dummy's eight was fines- E g
"Have another heck-
Cut sed successfully.This i
: lers shouted. improved when Miss Garland Hope to The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for more than en* I

.:;. Despite some fluffed notes, took half-hour intermission. brilliant play was bas- I tisement incorrect to insertion nor will it be llabl* for any error In adver-
a Death Rate Inn = a greater extent than the cost of the space! occur I

r most of the crowd of 7,000 was She sang three more songs o ed on West's double. It was al- FINE THESUN s be pied made by the on errors Item hi that the do advertisement.not materially No effect adjustment the value will of

: with her during the first half of her return but the lyrics were: SCUBA Diving most impossible for West to the advertisement. a

: the concert, her only performance fragmentary and the customers justify a double unless he ex- I

r in Melbourne. But somedidn't began drifting to the doors. A team of specialists hope to pected to make two trump CARS! g S The letting' Gainesville Sun reserves the privilege of revising or n>
j which It
advertisement deems
: appreciate her fidgeting :Miss Garland curtly left without isolate ways to reduce the mortality tricks. The subsequent play was chance the classificatIOn of any advertisement from that and ordered to-
with the microphone cable or South = to conform to the policy of the paper.
2 any farewell, letting the orchestra ., rate in SCUBA diving to- straight-forward. con- B

r her side banter. morrow night in a panel discus- tinued trumps, and after forc- Id
play "Over The Rain SJILltltllinniftimffjmiiiiiiimmmimnnHtmmmmnSPECIAL! .. ......... .. .. ..
a "Sing sing! and "Get on _! """...._! .._ =
bow"-her theme-by itself. The sion at the University of Flori- ing out West's ace he made all ----- IIIIIIIIIIIIJII

: with it!" a few shouted, and musicians departed amid howls. da health center. the remaining tricks and the YOU'LLBE E NOTICESDUE 12 Male Help Wonted

soon the auditorium resounded
Miss Garland's manager, Karl The discussion, open to the contract.
:y with slow, prodding clapping. to divorce I nave a like new
Brent, said the audience should public, will begin at 7:30 p. m. 'FIANI 196.4 model Zig Zag Automatic
: The audience's mood wasn'tLAST LEGAL NOTICEThe sewing machine that does ev $400COMMa
have accepted her apology for in the second floor auditoriumof University of Florida will receive erything. We would like some-
( : bids for the general class of commodities one to take
up payments of $6.00
::1 l being late.IN the Medical Sciences Bldg. as indicated below. Interested bid- per mo. Small balance. Ph. 372-
; kWt ders obtain forms. specifications and
and may
: THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT. IN On hand will be medical other information by contacting the

t V AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY FLORIDA legal specialists plus representatives Purchasing Division. Room 106. Tigert 2051.MAGICIAN SALESMEN In any area of local
Hall University of Florida Gainesville
area. to sell
: Dalvr.IH THEATRE of state and national skin- Florida. ENTERTAINMENT for all ages on owners lot. block homes
IN RE: Estae ofCRISPIN 64-Meat and Staples bids open every Tues ADS and occasions. Special rates for Straight 20 year
+, Se11 payout. If experienced
"' \ w Dace H. elf S- SERVIN diving associations.NOTICE day 10:006.CHospital SHOPPINGIN clubs and churches. 372-7928 see Mr.
'I Deceased bids Mon McMurtry Tampa Builders a 11 I
: TIMES Supplies open every
NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll 3:00 WRINKLES? day Monday May 25. at HolIday
f Open 7:00-Show 7:30 creditors in the estate'of CRISPIN UNDER FICTITIOUS 44-62 day Table Service (Chinaware) Coty Line Away Inn Route 441 S.. Gaines-
SERVIN deceased. are hereby notified NAME LAW $S plus Tax ville.
10:30 28 196.C6.C63
See 2 Hits Late As 9:40 May
I I and required to file any claims or de- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Desk & Table Glass Tops YC Odl's Pharmacy
.\ E CARY GRANT 7:30 :mands which they may have against said the undersigned desiring to engage In I 11:00 May 28. 1964 You 116 Central Plaza. (Next to Winn DRAFTSMAN. full time permanent
CHARADE estate in the office of the County Judgeof business at 2022 N.E. 23rd Boulevard 64-64 Freon YC Dixie) I.D.L. Drugstore. position. Experience in civil engineering
'1 Alachua County Florida in the Courthouse Gainesville. Alachua County. Florida 2:00 May 28 1964 drafting required. 5 day
at Gainesville Florida within six under the name of A & J SAW AND I 64-65 Concrete YC week. 2 wk. paid vacation. Group
r ro calendar months from the date of the MOWER COMPANY (NOT INC.) Intendto I 2:30 May 28, 1964 8 Baby Sitters Child Car life & hospitalization avail. For
ADVANCE first publication of this notice. Each claimor register the said name with the Clerkof 64-66 Typewriter Maintenance YC appt. call FR 22591.
w demand must be in writing and must the Circuit Court of Alachua County. 10:30 June 2, 196.46U7 WANTED experienced GM trained
THE REAR state the place or residence and post- Florida.s Rubber Stamps YC TINY.TOT mechanic. Start work Immediate
office address of the claimant and mustbe ) SAM JACKSONS I 11:00 June 2. 1964 ly. Must own tools. Salary
9:40'I guar-
: GLENN FORD sworn to by the claimant his agent or ( ) JOE ANDERSONH. 64-68 Acids & Ammonia YC NORTH t PLAY SCHOOLVisit anteed. Gateway Chevrolet Inc.,
his attorney. or it will become void according G. BATES Of BATES & JONES I 10:30 June 4, 1964 Can : Starke Fla. W3900.EXPERIENCED .
Shirley Jones Gig Younq to law.J 11 W. University AvenueP. 64-69 Bunker "C" Fuel Oil ut and see for yourself.
-. Sidney MartinJ. O. BOX 396 11:00 June 4, 1964 24 SE 8th St. FR -780e. appliance service
: A TICKLISH AFFAIR SIDNEY MARTIN e Gainesville Florida 64-70 Gasoline & Motor Fuels PLANNED man. Permanent work. Give qual
Administrator of the Estate of (3348) 5:14, 21. 28; 6:2 2:00 June 4, 196.4 program awaits your ifications. Write box 423-A CoO
11:10STARTS CRISPIN SERVIN, deceased pre-school youngster at JACK Gainesville Sun.DISHWASHER .
64-72 Milk Cartons YC
(3305) 4:30 5:7,11, 21 CENTRAL SCHOOL.
: ; 10:30 June 5. 1964T. ,
FRIDAY Music programs educational person
: .
Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida Statutes N. WELLS film-strips. 7:45-5:15 Mon.-FrLj Wonderhouse Restaurant 14 S.W.
"THE SEVEN FACES 'e.e.s I notice is hereby given that the undersigned Director of Purchasing 1331 S.W. 13th St. FR 63900. 1st street behind Sean.
00 (3346) 5:14.21
: Robert W. Rainey F. L. Bur
: & Jean Bracher doing business under Child Care in my home. Fenced FIVE MEN WANTEDto
OF DR. LAO"i + gers
C l $.1. ar the firm name of Bur-Ney Cattle LEGAL NOTICE 1 yard. Reasonable rates. Good work with large Eastern electrical
'ed kitktllI Co.not Inc. Route 1. Box 116-D, Gainesville The University of Florida will receive FLORIDA'SLARGEST Buy references. Phone 372-3713. company. Age 20-40 car
i tttutn Alachua County, Florida Intends to bids as for Indicated the general below.class Interested of commodities bid-- CHILD care infants to 8 yrs. 2 necessary. Sales experience help-
9 register said fictitious name under the blks. Stephan Foster school. ful. Call Mr. Haney 9:00 thru
ders may obtain forms specificationsand
.ab.'P'r provisions of the aforesaid Statute. Swimming for older children In 9:30 A.M. sharp, Friday only.
.ew. other Information
fw by contacting the
Dated at Gainesville Florida, this 28 cluded. Call FR 6.2517.Employment. FR 67110.
.' Division Room
Purchasing 106. Tigert
o.. of April A. D.. 1964.
.. ROBERT W. RAINEYF. Hall University of Florida Gainesville CABINET MAKERS
& 214 NW 13th L BURGESS Wanted Immediately: cut out
i s. 4i_ ji MUM norfM li. ltfln"Show JEAN BRACHER 44Meat and Staples bids open ev
Also In Ocala man bench & formica man.
(3301) ":30; 5:7, 14, 21 ery Tuesday Write or apply to Custom CabI-
Time 7:30 64- Hospital Supplies bids
open every nets 2510 NE 18th Ter. Gainesville
Monday 3:00
Paid Advertising 64-71 Automatic Flatwork Folder 10:30 Hire! 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED Fla. State qualifications.
"A Classic Horror June 9. 1964 age & experience.
III 4-73 Rubber Matting 11:00 June 9. 1964
June 4, 1964 Earn up to S5 per hour demonstrating Experienced in volume construction.Call .
-APAUL 64-75 Laboratory Equipment 3:00 June famous Studio Girl FR 2-313X Dave Godsey.
chilling -urc MAO- 4, 1964 Cosmetics. Full or Part Time.
64-76 Biological Material and Specimen Phone 374-4334 after 6.

NEWMANL. 6. .' 64-77 10:30 Orlyt June Greenhouses 11. 1964 11:00 June fl. I "SARAH COVENTRY"UNDER
4 1964 new management. Open- 13-Help Male or Female
i !IS"HUD" a a ae 64-P-42 Civic Information Booklets YC Sell ings for fashion directors. Part
11:00 June 5. 1964 time or full time. For appoint-
a 60-P-43 Fla. State Museum Bulletins YC ment. call 372-7049. PLACEMENT SERVICE
HELP 10:30 June 10. 196151Pd4 HELP turn Office Professional
your spare time into Technical
Economic Leaflets YC 11:00
money. No soliciting or deliver.
College GraduatesFor
June 10. 1964
ing. Adjust
T. N. WELLS FOR your own working appt. call 372-4377
hrs. $2.50
i YOUR Director of Purchasing pe rhr. For appf. call 10-12:00 A.M. 2-4.00 P.M.
IIIIIIIIIIIIIIi (3356) 5:21. 28NOTICE 372-7049 Monday through Friday
SUN NAME LAW 1arge of all our office routines
: -MEIVYN PAIRIOA BRANDON NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the NEW or and records. including handling Exp. secretaries, salary openCashierhostess
undersigned desiring to engage In business most correspondence. Good working attractive
: DOUGLAS NEAL'deam WIlDE at 420 Northwest 13th Strep conditions and pay, with ex White housekeeper S25 wk.
CARRIEREvery alnesville: Florida under the name ef cellent future for girl or woman Bookkeeper salary open
: ., ,, ,. able to assume Exp. Waitress &
GATORLAND LOUNGE :n:> s o responsibilities. salary comm.
F l'JIS.1Otr.! uagjofarl.o rfj 1 U 4tat';;mIl s 1 ster the said name with the Cleric of No shorthand required but must Exp. mechanics
swwur. farassiTSnRd'iIE1pL11L4RE1f&.Nrua.a.an the Circuit Court of Alachua County be good typist and know some Store trainee hi schl./ grad.
: : r Sun carrier bookkeeping. See Mr. Sandeferat Off. trainee hi schl. grad.
\ : _(,.I.Elttl BrRNSTUI.UAR.IIIWIT RELEASE salesman is "in business Florida.THAINE L. COATES AND Rutherford 103 W. Univ. Ave. Tree surgeon foreman $2 hr.
Herbert J. Jones No phone inquiries please. Auto salesman Exp.
: -2nd Feature- 5 s C qx: for himself." He Bates & JonesAttorneys RentCLASSIFIED RELIABLE HOUSEKEEPER Short order grill man
for Theme L. CoatesP. S-day Insurance trainee $100 wk.
to. WHY DID SHE GIVE HER buys his papers at : O. Box 396Gainesville week Phone must 372-7852 have good references. Route salesman Levy Co.
j i'" t LOVE TO A STRANGER... Florida after 6:00 P.M. CONNELL EMPLOY. AGY.
7; wholesale and sells (3355)( 5:21.28;..6-4, 11 COUNTER GIRL for cafeteria line 120 SE 1st Ave.
mmuoOLOFTHEDAY FEATURES3579 them at retail. The USED and soda fountain. Apply College Phon 374-8234
: Inn 1728
W. Univ. Ave. No phone
I CASHIER needed for 10:00 A.M.
difference is his profit. calls please. .
2:00 P.M. daily and ':00 AJM.
GIRLS 18-80 5:00 P.M. Sundays. No exper-
lence necessary FR 68525.
P i iiEiEFIKCH.JAME FONDA ANCRAlAHSBUi His full weekly profit LIABLE- Interesting RESPONSIBLE part-time- RE.or WANTED Inventory Clerk man or

_:l'\"f-1I.,1' "I'loi.I 'I depends the CARS full-time positions 12.50 hr. Apply woman 40 hour week. Good pay.
I upon r r rr Mr. Helm, Hotel Thomas, Should have some knowledge of
J prompt payment of every 615 NE 2, 7:30 P.M. Thurs.. bookkeeping. Write Box 425-A
. : May 21. Management positions coo Gainesville 'Sun.
t. customer he serves. Next open.

; J time your Sun carrier rrrrr 14 Sales
open now for ladies
-. THE ACADEMY AWARD WINNER calls. .pay him promptly who qualify for personaliz e d
He'll services. Vlvianne Woodard Pres- KNOCKS!
NOWIS tige Line Cosmetics personal Interview You've read about fabulous Village -
/ A"BEST /
"PPOT DIRECTORTonyRichardson"BEST I rH in the privacy of your Green. Now..help sell ill*
home. Call 376-1480 for appoint. Excellent earning opportunity for
SCREENPLAY-John Osborne I Q2 ftr > ttilIe ret: !t.WANTED. licensed Real Estate salesman.

: j& PICTURE jii"BEST MUSIC SCORE"-John Add.sonJi. I experienced bookkeep e r. Alien: Ocrman sales manl' er.
e ; I ISuu Dial Insurance experience desirable but Hugh Edwards Inc. 372-1551
.1 not necessary. Salary commensurate
; with experience. Good working
conditions with congenial peep I e.
I -fat.. ) I Please send complete resume of BARTENDERExperienced
l Vie whole experience to box "22coo
j Gainesville Sun.

:i world loresTom ADD TO THE FAMILY INCOME

... : OUR GUARANTEE THE 3764672Announcements ONLY a few hours daily. Start Mixologist
vr. your own business now. We train
*. w : you to become an Avon Repre FULL-PART TIME
p.. sentative. Call Mrs. Burns FR 2-

... T : TO YOU U21. Contact: Mr. Pozin
perienced mature and please n t between 2 and 8 p.m.
; individual. Frequent Increases dependent -
I ( upon ability. Apply In
person to Orkin Exterminating UNIVERSITYINN
A, You/will always pay us a price considerably lox Co.. 521 N. Main Street.

I the accepted retail price of the itenjs'which yotfpurchase. BE A FASHION
e TO South 441
/ ; ; .. v -/1';, delivering or collecting car
I X necessary. Call Connie Robbins.
FR t-\9t after 6:30 p.m.
B. Our everyday prices will usually be.below sale..prices'of CASHIER good salary good FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY

..;' .: ; any retail store (proYidedthe item offered is GET house hours. Apply Restaurant in person 14 SW Wonder-
-, a 1st
not soiled, shopworn,
F aas. to meet or beat any qdvertised/pnce n merchandise 3 LOST & FOUND WANTED Reliable maid to care call
rI f & for 2 small children and do light 372-6142
that is .identical merchandisehjcrwo
housekeeping in Flavet Apart. Call
FOUND Black & tan female pup- GAINESVILLE
offer. ; .5 py. 30NW 35th Street. Phone 69761. UPHOLSTERY

THAT 377-J684. WANTED SALESGIRL. Apply )in 15N N.W. I3tk St.

;. LOST Saturday night white purse person no phone calls. Federal Free Jes-Pick .* tntfdelivery.
I, containing papers, glasses. & oth- Bake Shop in Gainesville Shopping .
er valuables. U reward no ques- Center.
u6 ERinNNE1/SUS IWHYoPJchJ6lfigmTjEInHEYA4SjJ0a46REm vc1 JOKElaMOL tions asked. 514-0674 or 376-01 M.

: ( il /ttwaomffWEASnUKCCLOJli .f LOST girl's blue glasses & cese. J. 12 Male Help Wanted 16 Work Wanted Female
aw.w i.w BETTER J. Finley vicinity. Cal 37775.
DWTO unsrs iwm KOIAS COUNTER MAN for cafeteria line
and soda fountain Apply College
I' .' Inn 1721 W. Univ. Ave. No phone STUDENT stenographers available. ;
FEATURES 4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE calls please. will work by the hour. Howetl's '
TODAY Business College. 211 W. Univ.
r 1:20-3:57- MEN to train as route salesmen. Ave. Ph. 374-3507.
.' 8 6:34 9:11a HARI! LEARN TO DRIVEl Special at- Guaranteed salary while training.All .
h tendon to nervous or elderty. company benefits. Paid vacations WANT lob as practical nurse or
Easy Way Driving School. FR insurances. Apply in per companion. Call FR 6-4319.
\ 7-700, Lie. by Stat.* of Fla. son to Borden's Dairy 2420 NE WILL, care for aged or UM your
19th Dr.. Gainesville. home. Phone 374864 or 372-3890.



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34 Waterfront PropertyON 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for SaU 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sal 35 Houses for Sale

THE GULF Fla. Rm., fenced yard in central air
large 2 bath cen. heat bunt-In kit., bath. Central heat for FHA 4 BR. 2 bath home. tile
Walking distance to schools. :3 tion. 3 bedroom 2 baths.
beautiful Priced at 51 $19,000. Call
THE TIME IS NOW Cedar Key Shores 000.NEAT. Idylwild. BR. 2 baths home in Skyline huge screen porch paved dead condo 376-2927.Northwest. For appt. ,to see phone Arnold built-in appliances, double car-
Heights. Study hardwood floors. end street shaded lot. reasonably Realty Co. 3723522. I port. paved street connected to
. lr Other Properties bui.t-m range & oven. Cent. priced. FR 22376.Investigate sewer. Small down payment.
, and CLEAN Spacious: 3 4 BR 2 Bath home In N.E. Sec
heat. Shaded back Call Days phone 372-3824. After 6PM.
David AndrewsCedar Excellent Condition yard.
Br. Home 376-0862. SEE BEAUTIFUL tion. Den screened porch, air. 31607McCOY'S.
on extra large. lovely gar conditioning, central heat. Price
V Key 3841 den lot. Price only 12200. CENTRAl AIR CONDITIOING Now MALORE GARDENSFOR $16,900 $400 down pay. 2109 N.E.
Do You Have A Room
AIR CONDITIONED gas heat. FENCED REAR YARDA 10th St. Call 2-6455.
completely furnished 2 bedroom DAN BYRD complete home: Wall-to-wall
3 BR Fla. Rm Carol Estates
Or House to Rent? house on Cowpen Lake. 22 miles I carpets. draperies. central air inventory. Be HOMEWe near schools. Pay low equity
East of Gainesville. Price $8.800. ASSOCIATES INC.Jack conditioning. fenced complete your own
I rear yard. boss and make a comfortab & assume VA loan with $77.94 Macoma Homes
Terms I Quality Chambers offer for inspection this ,
available. Phone FR 6I I DeYot Realtor gas oven, living. 11 miles from Gainesvillein your mo. payments. Ph. 376-0539.
3472. I Associates range. and hood. Use of shallow- fine new home located in beautiful -
small town with Inc.For
well pump to keep lawn and business already Malore Gardens lot 20. 3 .
SWANKY: Large 2 tiled bath I Waiter Stoddard Chris Stone shrubs in present luscious con- established. The price and miles south of Campus on Ocala Sale. very attractive 3-
rental I Emmett Holloway NEWLISTINGS
terms are reasonable. Call for
vacancy 'Year around Home' on Little II I 825 N.W. I31h: St. 3722511 dition. Vanitied laundry sink in full details. us Hiway. bedroom. 1-bath home. 4417
Santa Fe Lake. Commuting dis- ,.
Call Night or Day connecting utility room. Large E. University Ave. walking
YOU MORE than the ad that will tance; 1st Fed. Mtg. 15000. Assume I living room separate dining Situated on large wooded lot distance to Lake Forest
rentit & own for 13.600.00 cash Nc 2 yrs. old 3 BR. 1 bath room. Three large bedrooms. EXTRA SPECIALJUST constructed of Ocala limestone Schools. Price $12,500. 1500
down I C/H screened porch. pat.o Hugh Edwards Inc. 372-1551. block 3 BR & den. kit.. laundry down and $7950 per month.
stove, reirig.. d-washer. $500 LISTED Your children can entrance porch and foyer -
space Gerald V.
Call or Q. McCoyJr.
THEIR LOSS could be gain.
walk your
to Littlewood and
UNUSUAL: a nicely furnished dn.. $75 flio. FR 22774. large LR with fireplace. sep. Day FR t-7290. nights FR
See this excellent Three
New 3 bedroom 2 bath listing.
home on COWPEN Lake wit h rm-family rm combination -
home with space excellently dining bedroom two bath centrally heat 6-5015. Office corner N. Main
AN exciting
.PARRISH1PRESENTS on paved dead-end! street. Built in
amazing opportunity for deveiop.ment : large double carport with
built. air conditioned. kitchen. fireplace in family ed and air conditioned house with and 23rd BlvtfQuality
because of 'King Size'frontage. facilities.
Here's what your Vacancy COSTS YOU $8,80000. Good Terms. 3 BR. 2 Bath family room and room 2 car closed garage. Cen generous PLUS storage FEATURES Florida Room and screened porch -
ASK firep>ace, now being completed fret Heat and Air Con Available overlooking a spacious landscaped
ARCH CAMPBELL, REALTORPh. by Lloyd Myrick. Builder in In June. Financing can be 1. Near the new Gainesville garden.400.00 .
EVERY DAY until it is rented : 374-5707 ANYTIME. Wimberly Estates, outside city arranged at no cost to you. Call Country Club
I limits. N. W. 36th Terr. off for appointment to see. 2. Designed by local architect $ DOWN and $80.00 per
BEAUTIFUL lot on the Suwannee N. W. 39th Ave. Offered for $22 3. Near new elementary school month will buy this three bed-
I NEW LISTING Here Is a perfect 4. a few minutes to Med. Room.
500. Phone 25689. Only room house with Florida
at Rock Bluff. Call :37*
IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: 6160. home. beautiful and spaciousfor ALACHUAREALTY Center and downtown Range and refrigerator included. Homes
V WHY PAY RENT? gracious living located in a 5. Loveliest lots in town are
CBS HOME. 3 BR 2 bath, LR. DR. New homes $9,500. 3 bedroom tile choice westside location this 4 located In Malore Gardens 2 bedroom masonry home and 3.34
$40 per mo. . $1.33 per day large Fla. room & utll. Rm. on bath $65 per month. Located on bedroom. :3 bath home with swim- ACRES OF LAND ONLY 2V*
extra large lot. Keystone Lake S. E. 45th Terrace. Also some ming pool and lovely patio. living Call today for InformationFR miles from the city: limits. $1, WEST VILLA
2 blocks to business dist. closeto trade-Ins. Call FR 22372. room with fireplace, separate Associates 2-4625 or FR 2- 336 000 DOWNI
$50 per mo. . $1.66 per day dining room. large family room.
school. churches. Total price $14,775 UP ON YOUR LOT. Open Member Multiple Listing WOODROW SEAY
$21.000 terms. By owner. phone House Sundays, 1 to 6 p.m. Designed carpets and drapes includ e d, Arle T. Smith, Realtor BLACK ACRES We have 2 love- N.W. 16th Ave.

$55 per mo . $1.83 per day 473-4384. & engineered by U. S. loads of storage space, central Mate! Gore. Associate BUILDERNot ly 3 bedroom 2 bath masonry
Steel Corp., Homes Division.: 2100 heat and air conditioning. 635 N.E.t St. 374-2443 homes in this very desirable arta. & 37th St.
FOR SALE sq. ft. 3 BR 2 bath. air cond.. -- CALL US FOR DETAILSI
$60 per mo. . $2.00 per day Fine home at St. Augustine brick veneer. 2 car tar age. 1301 ELEGANT AND EXPRESSIVE -
Beach. 155 feet of ocean frontageand NW 36th Dr. Alachua Homes Relax and enioy life and your ACREAGEWe have several
300 feet deep. Large living Inc. Call Frank Thomas Fa 6- family in this 3 bedroom. 2 bath large and small tracts of land
$65 per mo . $2.16 per day room. dining room with 20 x 18 6690. V home. Large living room wall to Every available. CALL US NOWI TERMSWalter
front glassed Florida room extending wall carpet. and brick fireplace.

$70 $2.33 day from the living room and LITTLEWOOD AREA Separate dining room. modem
per mo. . per
facing the ocean. 3 large bedrooms ft. living kitchen plus a lovely scree n e d John Merrill
4 BR 3 bath. 2C50 sq.
each with full baths.Servants patio on a large beautiful lot.
$75 per. mo. . $2.50 per day quarters downstairs. For I area central heat. built-in kn. Stubbs, Inc.
from Westwood Jr. High Can
further Information contact the- 1 be.: Littlewood elem. GOOD BUY Owner leaving town Real Estate Firm Realtor
2 biks. from
VERLE A. POPE AGENCYP. and must sell, 4 bedroom 2 bath
$80 per. mo. . $2.66 per day O. Box 519 school. Ideal for Ig. family or home. living room family room. MULTIPLE Phone 3721494 LISTING "We Trade Houses"
family end elderly persons.:
St. Augustine. FloridaP1'ne built-in kitchen and scr e e n e d ASSOCIATESMARCELLA
$85 . $2.83 day VA 9-9061 Priced for Immed.. sale. 3449 porch. central heat and cent r a I PARDI
per mo. per N.W. 13th Ave. 372 2893.
Priced to sell.
air conditioning.
Display This Seal W. H. BUCKHANNANE.

$90 per mo. . $3.00 per day 35 Houses for Sal PROF.Br. 2 Moving.bath wooded Sacrifice: lot 140 price.x 210.3 SUMMER COMFORT You must
see this attractive 3 bedroom 2
3436 S. W.
Faculty neighborhood.
bath home located In a choice
$95 per mo . $3.16 per day 20th St. V
FOR Sale or trade. New 4 BR. northwest area with swimming "CURLY"
home located in Westmoreland pool. shuffle board court modern C. WATCH FOR

$100 per mo. . $3.33 per day Estates. On city sewers, pavedSt MCKINNEYGREEN built-in kitchen family room cen- KUEHN JR. IMPORTA.NTANNOUNCEMENT
2 Ig. bath Rms. Ig. family tral heat and air conditioning. ,

Rm. & living Rm., dining area. Homes. Lots Income. Basinets
Central heat, built-in kitchen: Including UNDER $10000. New 3 bedroom and Lake Property. Cooperative apartments to
GE dishwasher. 2 courtyards homes built under FHA specifications and Acreage. be built In Gainesville. For
CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR walk to schools. close to DEATONREALTORS and available to qualif I e d I!:. C. "CURLY" KUEHN. Jr. information call FR 6-2921

U of F & medical center FHA buyers with FHA financing. No 638 N. MAIN ST. or write:
$22,700. Down payment $1,700. I closing costs and no city taxes. FR 1-2032 Broker FR 64544 P. O. Box 13956Gainesville

SUN RENTAL WANT ADS 1027 Immediate NW 40th occupancy.Drive. Call Drive Butler by J. J. FinleyIf Phone for further details. Flo.'I .

Brothers 3729545 daily 376-9043 you have a ..rge family and WESTSIDE. New residential subdi- University Park
night. want plenty of room this nice vision opening soon. Located on ADVERTISE IN THE
Road. Just SSOO.00
FHA House for sale NE sectionat home will serve you well 4 B. down 5 years on balance. SERVICE DIRECTORY 'I Apts.
R. ,2 bath Fla. oo.m..Central : _
appraisal value of $10,000. :
$300 down payment low monthly Heat Ideally locates wanes 3 M. M. ParrishAND __
school Paved V = =VVVLV
blocks of the -
I bath, -
payments. 3 BR 1 ==
carport -
30 PETS & SUPPLIESNINE shaded lot .
17 Work Wanted Male I large storage. Call after streets Beautiful ASSOCIATES INC.
6:00 P.M. FR 4-4774. This property Is In excellent.'condition MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTINGH.
Priced under 17,000 Can Graham HUNTING?
Hill Helen
WANTED part time or full time week old American shep. FOR only $450 down $91.27 per be FHA financed with low down Carolyn Wayne Gardenhire Mary Parrish HOUSE

lob for man. Reliable. Will fur. herd pups. well marked. regis month payments you can qua payment Let us show you 19 Nc First St. Tel. 372537S
nlsh reference. Write Box 426-A tered male and female. $35. lify for 4, BR. 2 bath home 1806 this fine property before you
c-o Gainesville Sun. Phone 63470. V NW 38th Terr. Will paint inside buy. Call FR 23417. CHECK THESE NORTHWEST
& outside completely. For appt.
SHOPS ONLY FREE! 2 kittens. Call 376- to see call 372-0431.
Good ValueYou
Horn & Auto radio repair. When
available will work part or extra 5350. SACRIFICE $2400 equity for $700 HOMES TODAY:
cash. Total cost only $11,427. will find In this 3 B.R. 1 bath
EXPERIENCED. Call DACHSHUND puppy. Red Female, Modern 3 BR, IVi bath home. home In the Northwest area.
376-1474 after 5 P.M. anytime or 9 weeks eld. All shots. $40. Near schools. Refrlg.. elec. Only $400.00 down and $88.00 a FHA & VA
try tact.anytime Sat. or Sun. for con Phone Kingsley Lake 533-24,3. range air cond.. and drapes.No month Call FR 3417..

SIAMESE KITTENS, < weeks old. qualifying. 1432 NE 14th Ter.
seaipoint. SIAMESE mother cat Phone 376-4068. LittlewoodHere I Play It CoolSoak $15,400 V

18 Schools ( Instructions 2 yrs. old. Phone 374-894. BY OWNER SW. Area. 3 Bedroom Is the house that will suit up the sun this summer and
2 bath home central heat. be cool about It In this home witha
2 MALE Beagles t yr. & 2Vi needs. It has the location-
Real Estate Exam mo. old. All shots. Call FR 41074. hardwood floors. 2-car garage. your right by the school. It has 3 B.R I, marvelous swimming pool. 3 at- V Three bedroom, two bath colonial model. All brick
Lot 105 x 127. $300 down. $74 per tractive bedrooms 2 tile baths. Elegant walkto
2 baths Fla. room Kitchen: con- all city services
COURSE V month. 126 S.W. 40tn St. or call heat. It Is living room family room front, corner lot, paved street
BEAGLES for sale. partially trained blnation Central din I n High schools. Only $550
ATTEND First lesson free. FR 22727. $14,500 Can with fireplace separate groom elementary and Junior
right only
and some have shots. $20 priced kitchen with breakfast area. homes
HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE: end $30. Good stock. Phone SWIM CLUB MEMBERSHIPN. be FHA financed One yr. old- Contact FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES.INC. V down; only $94.53 per month complete. These
COLLEGE. 21S. W. Univ. Ave 25135. E. 4 BR 2 bath Lg. U R. kitchen Owners have left town and must .. 374-1234. ., :. -U V are new and almost ready for occupancy.V
FR. 63507. 372 3727.V1EN and screened porch. Air-condi sell. You should Investigate be- t
CHIHUAHUAS ready for loving tioner near elem. & Junior High fore you buy. Call FR 23417.
& women 18 to 55 to train for
homes. AKC. Reasonable. Call VA loan. Down payment flexible. Quiet Living I
CIVIL SERVICE after 1 p.m. FR 23037. 372-1854. ASSOCIATESJ. When buy a home this $13,500
Examinations. Foe Informationsend Fred Guy Jayne ButterworthCol. Just outside the city limits away you ,
name. address4 V& Phone No. PLAYFUL kittens need home. 1423 3 BR 2 bath. house for sale. Total J. W. Davis R. Wiltshire from all the hubbub this 5 bed V V ,
Key Training Service. 112 W. NW 7th Ave. FR 2-8403. cost $11,500. Call FR 2-4934. Multiple Listing room home situated on 5 acres of I seal is best assuranceYou
land. Living room i your
beautiful rolling
Adams St.. .
Jacksonville.SPEEDWRITING" bath mode with double access -
V $400 DOWNAssume with fireplace and a charmin forma Three bedroom. one

Shorthand 33 LOTS FOR SALEBY I dining room. Contact FOR. won't too much. You won't waste days look- to master bath. Stunning exterior elevation lOOx
TYPING BOOKKEEPING Loan at $94 for ASSOCIATES INC.. 3741234. pay
per mo. my RedfranksRealestate DYCE & Lots of windows. Only $450, down FHA.
HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE 3 bedroom. 2 Bath. Fla. Room ing at the "wrong" real estate. You'll get accurate 100 foot lot.

71* W. Uolv Av*. FR 6-3507. OWNER Home. By Owner. 1937 N.E. 7th facts. You'll get skilled, professional advice. You'llsee Monthly payments only $81 .00 per month.

BEAUTIFUL wooded lot. 900 blockof Terrace after 5 P.M. Stop property that fits needs and pocketbook. You'll
28 Livestock & SuppliesWANT N.W. 22nd Street. 110' x155' your
Also Jot in Gwynn Oaks 200x. OH MOM An Investment new will mean In- receive help in finding sources of financing. We are $15,000Three

AN ECONOMICALL V ISO with view and privilegesof MODERN FLORIDA I STYLE come later. This small home with Realtors-ready to serve you.
Clear Lake. 374-5109. You'll love this 3 bedroom. 2 bath Is the perfect way to
HOME The large living apartment See Gainesville Board of Realtors Special Section lit '
beauty at top Northeast location. Inveit Excellent fi bedroom two bath Sherwood mod 1200
Florl d
room dining area a your money. ,
Cooperative Mills U cent Beautiful 3 Acre Tract Entered by 24th Section in the Gainesville Sun.
Sunday May Special
Terrazzo floors. G.E. built In
V Located in the downtown down
and $100
Production Dairy, part pulleted. a 60 ft. Wide Private Drive. N.W. room & outdoor patio nancing. square feet of modern living space. Only .
suited Section. Out of City Limits.E. oven and range. Newly redecor walled-in garden beyond the area. Call FORDYCE & ASSOCI. of :. ....ately
Ideally for feeding on ated. 515.500. $600 down. FHA. sliding glass wall literall y ATES INC.. 374-1234. VA or $450 FHA. Monthly payments apprc
pasture. Special for May only. C. "CURLY" KUEHN JR. NATIONAL REALTOR
FMX Gainesville Alachua. Pay only $101 per month IncludIng flow Into each other. 3 large $91.00 per unit complete.
638 N. Main St. taxes and Insurance. bedrooms 2 baths. modern
Phone FR 2-1095 or 441-2105. FR 6-2032 Broker FR 4-4544 Go Westand -
built-in kitchen. CENTRALAIRCONDIT10NED
t LOTS for the you will find a gold mine of $12,250
30 PETS & SUPPLIES INC. long hot summer ahead. If attractive features In this 3 bedroom

J you enloy truly MODERN 2 bath home. Separate din-
ENGLISH shepherd puppies. Good Near new V.A. Hospital 5 Acres. N.E. 16th Ave. & 15th St. FLORIDA LIVING you Ing room spacious Florida Room. ltJIIIIIUJIl1IIHIIIIIlIIIHIIIIIJIIIllIIIIIIIIllItIIIIllnIl! lllllUJlUtIIIIIUIIIIIIUmnlli/llltl! / : IUIUIIUHJI! Our best buy at a popular price. Three bedroomone

for watch stOCk. and pets. FR Call MARY 372-1SS1. should call us now Jo see S21.800. Contact FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES 5 i bath home, new and distinctively different at $400
' 2-0033. j this. ONLY 522.000. INC., 374-1234.
V 1019 W. Unlv FR 6-4471 NEARLY new 4 BR home with down FHA. 100x100 lot with trees $74,00 a monthS

GERMAN shots. ready shepherd to go.pups V Shown AKC.week all I; all luxury features within walkIng CLOSE TO UNIVERSITY GOLF I I II. total payments. Newly clean and ready for a family.

distance of new school. S31,- COURSE & Campus. Cozy FORDYCEAssociates All services walk to elementary and Junior High
days after 7 P.M., all day Sat. S city ,
34 Waterfront
Property 500. Easy tersm. 529 NW 58th 1 bath home
and Sun. See Don Carney 1501 i 3' bedroom THESE HOME VALUES I schools.
St. Phone 374-3549. est led under spread
NW 18th Ter..VINIATURE WINFRED H. CRAWFORD n oaks. Only $11,000 with I g Inc. S All of these homes are located on N.W. 39th Street.

Dachshund Puppies i Reg. Broker, specalizlng In 3 BR., 1 bath, CCB home. Stove. S350 DOWN and appx. $70 Real Estate ExchangorS I BEFORE YOU BUY I S N.W. 13th and 14th Place, and are readily acces-

/ AKC registered males and 1: LAKE PROPERTIESACRE.. refrigerator air conditioner. per mo. SHOWN BY APPT. Multiple Listing Realtors = Ii sible to downtown, medical center, VA Hospital, and
females have had shots. ISO., AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose Central heat. Drive by 2503 N.E. ONLY. Call 6-0817. Grace S. Fordyce. Broker i
Phone 4-3800. 2923 N.E. 10th St. GR 5-2981. 10th Terr then call 3765890.r Dudley Goulden.' Associate nearby shopping center.

JUST OUTSIDE CITY LIMITS Harvey Bent on. Associate Norwood
We now have several I 926 W. Univ. 376-1236 SAVE!' WHY PAY RENT?
IN THE homes listed which are lust i I IWIllI"
outside the city I limits I Hope

r FUN where LOWER TAXES &but UTILITIESARE whereyou FRED Sales Office N.W. 39th Ter. In Palm View

can still enloy all the HI .. "H" Inc.
major conveniences of city C
living. Call us about these. ARNOLD 1115 NW 40th Drive Estates.BUTLER

3 Br. 2 Bath
you this NEARLY NEW We must sacrifice this
home with well established REALTOR
23 -Our inventory is too or Property I -
k 3 large bedrooms
yard. I
much We
I 2 glamorous baths livi n groom will take II

SVN of entertainment size 4004 N.W. $750 for our equity. : I Phone: FR %2-954 daily: FR 6-9048 nights \
proportions. separate V You assume $17,000
:NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA room panelled F lor Ida \
I room with old brick fir e- 13th Place Approximate mortgage. The following are ready for ioccupancy.
place. Oak strip fl 0 0 r s. Hurry to take advantage 1
3 bedroom, 2 bath residence centrally a! : rr
Central heat & AIRCONDI- of this. = Z
BOATS & MOTORS air-conditioned and heated. g '
TIONING. Big modem kitchen Enclosed patio. Large lot, beautiful -
including Disposal, trees. $15,000. 1115 NE 5th St. 3707 N.W. list PI.
Dishwasher Built-in s t ove
WHO WOULD LIKE THE 76th 24' GRILlS & oven, Ref rig erator & 3 Br. 2 Both 4 BR, 2 bath. $450 down. lik

I HUNTER Fiberglass Flshigg 12" Plywood fishing boots. HOOD-SPIT AND MOTOR Washer. Double attac h e d SouthwestBeautiful Our Loss Your Gain. .10 mo. .

: Boat Introduced bY FRANK $49.50 110." garage with plenty of stor. brick home en Vi acre flOur inventory must

I PHILPOTTIEASY T E R M S OR CENTRAL THE TACKLE GOOD YEAR SERVICE STORES age room. Convenient west. lot. Over 2,000 square feet In be lowered We will .3 1442 NE 16th PI. i1. ;
BOX side location. Asking LESS BR. .itt bath $350 down.
725 He Main 372.3537The
main house. 3 bedrooms 2 baths
CHARGE THAN S25.500. Call 60817for take $750 for our equitlVper mo. -
I Heart Of East Gainesville" appointment to see. separate dining room large family !; II iaslitos ?
PHILPOTT'S' V room. Fireplace In liv I n g I ty. You assume $ 3,600 V V I
Check with Charlie room. Central air -conditioning (Approx.) mortgage 2024 NE 16th Terr.
SPORT CENTER FR .2-1791. list of ClassificatIons to choose Claude M. "Red"AssociateWm. Franks Realtor and heating. $24,500. as Hurry! We must sell SfejR 2 bath $359 down. $93. '

Home of HUNTER. Fiberglass _ _ from Myrtle. E.Lasslter"Bill" Harris Associate perweek.V M
Fishing Boats.MCCULLOCH 7 N.E. 1st Street Phone 3764817 $700 Downto
I Motors.MURRAY ALACHUA V rtm89w-imrmrnnmnumuminiim! 1 ;
COUNTY'S 3330, & 3320 CUrmlO/lle
Res. 372-7943 or
Trailers and :JACKSON. Samna ONLY DEALER Sknng Swlmmlng.DMn MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTINGSPACIOUS qualified FHA Buyer. '3 bed NW 3OthVAve. | .
Canoe rooms. 2 baths large living room I $2 FOR RENT
3 BR. I bath $500 dn. $79.50 t
Fishing Equipment. with fireplace. den. and modem I f
-where QualifY. Jells Itsel' SEA HORSE MOTORS kitchen with dhhwesher. Full i 124 SE 7th St. per mo. i
SALES AND SERVice Safety Items. price $17,009. Sill per month Including 3BR.lBatls V V-

20 N.W.. 14ttJ Ave. Lone Star BOlts. Orlando Clipper Over 2900 Sq. Feet living area in taxes and Insurance. 1 Year Lease $95 per Mo. 4617 SE 1st PI. j

FR 2.SOn ., 'R 64$3 BOlts. Ski supplies. Sailing rigs. Golfing EQUipment. this unique home. 2 king sizeBR's. -4518&4608 SE2it BR. Huge living _...4 1
V BAIRD'S MARINE 1 smaller $21,500 I --m 3 BR.,1 bath, $400 on. $68 Ioer I ;
Sat. 9-1 Tennis EQulpm."t. family V
Mon. Thru Fr!. 5-4 601 S. MAIN ST. room large Fla. room. big rf V f
TImes by .tln; ,room builtin elec. kitchen. Also V Excellent 3 bedroom. 2 bath homein .
Other _ _ _ Baseball Equipment. extra kitchen with s tOY e. Littlewood Westwood school Ii Norwood 303 SE 38th St.
t Ret.. & washer-dryer. 2 tile baths. area. Carpets and drapes are Included. 304 & 314 SE 39th St. E it 6MODELSOPEN :
i s'tn; Waiit Ads SWIMMING POOLSille,. to FIsh. 3 A-C units. HW & tile floors. Charming screened porch. 3 BR, |' bath $400 di $" I ;

V Some of the most gorgeous pan- Lawn and landscaping are exqui HOpe. per me. 1-1.H" r Today 1 Till Dork 1 1i t
elling you've ever seen. Open site. 1029 NW. ;36th Drive. 3236 NW 29th Ave.
BE CAREFREE Plus many many more. beam ceiling. You'll have to Inc. m ____J JI !
see to believe such exists. Can 3 BR.- 2_ bath,. $450 dn $91
be used as two large Apts. So, Lakefront = per mo. M
Enloy a clean and healthy pool. 1- 24'flWOI8iI
.Get ReS.lllts. Master Pool Service Inc. ADVERTISE IS THE convenient to town. All this and 90 Acres on sparkling, rfed We Trade Homesor I ',V'
Supplies 3. Monthly cleanIng more for $17,700. Excellent terms. lake with sand bottom 40000. 2* :; ,
service.PR pet. down with t m1S. Property 3301 & 3311

V ARNOLDRealty BR. 2 tath $600 dna $91 !! I ,
2831 N. E.1.5 th Street
MERCHANT To ad in the Multiple Listing Member JOY SEEING ANYTIME IF I
MR. : place Phone 372-1.551
your I WILL JUST CALL. 3224 NW 30* Ave. _
I 1115 N. Main St. Ph. 372-4351 1219 W. UniV, Ave. '37J-35J3 $2 YOU \
W. M. Monroe. Realtor Associates: Pete Steg 6 1123 SE. 4th STREET 3 BR. 2 bath. $550 en. St* 1

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E CLASSIFICATION INDEX I TEACHER wants to buy 3 or 4 I 2 BEDROOM house, unfurnis TWO A-6 Case combines w SEWING MACHINE
KOREANVETERANS bedroom country home with EAST SIDE stove refrigerator motors, both for $500. Call c. 196 Automatic ZIP Z Looks
HOUSE and lots In Lake Shore; 4141 N.W. 13th SL $70 month. write Eugene Haulier, Rt. sews like Make
acreage or home In nice older 3 n.
Homesttes. Price $12,500. For In-; 'm FR 6-1541, Mr. Box 217 B, Gainesville, FR fancy stitches
formation call 372-2840. 'S I ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE section of town. Send details to GRDENAPARTMENTS 6-2 Hay cams buttonholes sews onbo
lID MerlalllI == Only $100 down N.W. New 3 box 4-M GaInesville $un 2 BR, CCB hs at 1070 S.E. 3 blind overcasts

EXTRA VALUE air-conditioned SJ .f TJaaDU. liWanted t. BaY I BR 1 and 2 Bath Homes. Immediate 21st Ave. S mo. Phone 2 MIs tools Vi h-p. cpresr. hem mends.
BR horn Paneled' Fam I 11 I y|3 I Lei' Fa" $HaehlDel7 T..1a occupancy. All city services per monW upGainesville's 4136. making machine, n Only ege. or dar payments at
Room adjoining living din I n gj 4 PersonalIzed lenltel a Building M.terlalsi3 = 3 blks. to elementary and 39 Out of Town $ head door hardware. FR 2-4017. $&55. Call
Proper Finest ONLY $450 DOWN
area 'for extra spaciousness. eIec- II Heuehol4 Goads Junior high schools. Price $12.250'to
t Irk: range and dishwasher. Assume I Travel 1Dt0rm.UoJa fS Antiques g $15,000 Including brick colo unfurnished Closin cost Included. your rugs & upholstery with

. , Will consider. financing balance.! 7 Florists C1 Trading Pests En $75. Located N.W. 39th St.. Heights Fla. 3 BR.I, 2 Keto ment. NE St. apar 3 BR per mo. applicator free. Cal Home Beauti
: I Baby suten ana Car. bat 3 9 See at 2030 N.E. 55th St. .
Call209s.cs N.
See this unusual buy at 2213 NE 'a Articles N.W. 13th and 14th Place. acre lot will 608. ful Furniture 17 _
Placel .1'e C.. And Wanted saic. Aprais Phone FR
Ter. n daily and 64048 nights. 2. T-A-G APPLIANCES
.7th ] ssPq.I on Woeb at $18,000, w BEAUTIFUL, colorful mounted
3- ThIngs Te Bee '50 Boa" Macins Estp.1i E BUTLER BROS. Call 376-16 Gainesville, $1.e,9 MALE Roommate wanted to share CLEAN 2 bedroom house, kitchen Tested and Guaranteed 6'2" By A Pfleguer

'71 Camp .Haa'-Flab p.m. apartment. Call FR 2-37. eve- furnished. 838 SW 9th SL $80 42 Refrigerators fr$up saifis Fla. Only $ The Tackle -
EYES : AUTOMOTIVE 'Z% Offiee EqUIpmUtg 15"l'J nings. mt University Realty, FR 2- 9 Ranges fr S up Box 1490 Rd.
Salu.Bent.1a Washers from
n OZI AIrplane 1 up
Muteal i&erckudliin
M.lle. Uoea for $*I. g M 40 Business Properties STUDENTS 2 bedroom alr-co Dryers from s up WESTINGHOUSE washing mchi.
, See real dream living In Shadow : Tracks for Bas eII ditlO apartment 1110 NW 40th Ave. 3 BR, CCB 2 Food-Freezers from S up Westinghouse stove. '
Lawn Estates. Models Open. ;n : Trucks Wanted GOOD going business for sale. Low summer rates. For.ppoltmt home separate dining rm., car 2 Dishwashers from $ up Chrsler. piece of lake front prop
F. D. Oliver. Bldr. j n TraeterI A Truck: Bentala REAL ESTATE FOR SALE I : Dance hall beer bar bar, to see phone 372- I port front pc Near StephenFoster. 10 TV Sets from $35 up Long Po front footage

Ph. FR 2-0846 : 2raUer Rentals PRICE REDUCEDLike building 40 x 80. 1 s land, C1 anyime. $80 m. 37652 JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. 1W. dep 3. FR 6-4278

West on -NW 39th Ave. past i :; )fotoreyelei & SeMten U IS Loha W.&erJreD'far Bali? = new. near shopping 3 br, 2 located near High Springs on STUDENTS apartment large __41 NW 8th Ave.P 372-5 after P.
th* Gin Springs intersec II A.tamsbfl Bepaln bath. Cent heat. Cent air, modern 441. For InfOrmati come to enough for 5 to 7 students. Air. FREEZER. CHEST TYPE. Guar. USED furniture. Single bed $10.
49 Rooms
tion. Se* sign en left. as A.tolDebUes tot Sale II Biases Y.e SaJ E kitchen ornamental fenced patio. Motel 41, of High conditioned blks. fro Cam For Rent ante Can deliver, $57.50. Upholstered chair $ Recliner

;ji II Swap Cars II Cottages }.r Sal. e Call today. Call MARY MOEL. Springs o 441, Lake City road. pus. Available Phone service In your chair $ Phone 6-96t. 326
11 Real Eltate ErdalDre.EDUCATI Sep
:! home. No
LER 372-0481 anytime. charge on S.W. St. .
sa Real Elt.te Wanted NICE downstairs close re
HAt: 5 42 Farms & Acreage rs pairs. Wanted refrigerators and
U 0.5 .r 1'e. p..pertTU modem clean I bed in, private off-street freezers FR SALE
2 1. 8c1aoe" A JaaUicUoa .0 :a.mea. r..pcritea ANGLEWOODAprx LRGE apart.. $5 per moo Call parking.531 SE 2nd PL Ph. FR needing repair. 213.USED On COSE OU 98c a Roll
HOME Meele DuelDI' ResIdential InSem BEAUTIFUL rolling 2 to 5 acre FR 40" GE Range $49.50
I W..ted-lDltractJoa : 2000 ft of gracious living estates. 2.5 22LARGE HARPER CO.
:0 6arias A Acreage 5 sq Choice of wooded o Easy Spinner Washer 49.50 PAIN
-- U Colored Property Rentals space 3 br 2 baths. Fla room. permanent pasture. 7 miles westof 1 BEDROOM garage apartment, clean. cool room access West. dryer 39.50 10 S.W. 7th 3
EMPLOYMENT Property Sal17 -' Cent heat awning windows dbl Gainesville. $600 per furnished. For rent at '309 S.E. to shower & refrigerator. West. Refrig. 69.50
4H Colored Linens
FOR SALE Carol Estates Swim
;; garage. Ig corner lot. See MARY be the 9th St. month. FR -un or
first to make choice West Laundromat 40.00
your $ &
BUYERS t ii Work Wanted Xal. > = maid service weekly. FR 2- Club Membership. New member-
11 Work Wanted Yemals RENTALS MOELLER Call or see United I Farm 6-23 Haynes. 1185 or 2-1981. 416 NE 2nd Ave. Easy Com. Wash Dry 95.00 costs $200, mine

3 U Salts Help Wanted 5JS NEARU Agency 3-2S I BR trailer $65 per mo. No pets. COZY single front, HICKS RADIO & APPLIANCE ship Phone wI sel.

GUIDEby : Help-Male '1' Female .1 C.ttacea For EeLS 35 & 40 _Utilities turn. FR 2.5 window r, furnished corner, NEW clothes for fashion dolls

-U Male Help Wanted 4 Furnished Apt. 35a GAINESVILLE Uncleared ACRE of Newber- 1 BR, 1224W N.W. 8th St.. S65. gentleman only. 231 SE 2nd St.. 66 Misc .For Sate. Vt retail price. lh" unusual de

Drsm&tie .1 Uatunahhed Apt. 35 ry. $100 per acre. Terms. S. E. 1 BR 41 N.W.. 2 Ave., .5 near post office. I signs. Must see to appreciate.
The James Co. I ii 11 FelDala Belp WW n Boasea for fleet. Film. Charming. spacious; 4 br 2 story Sapp, Realtor Newberry, Flor .. N.W. 2 Ave.. s NICE room, also small 2- 1004 NE 5th Ave. FR 2112'GE
41 Uouea for Rent Unfam. house, partly furnished entry ida. Phone .e7-20o. 1 BR, 3505 N.W. 17 St., $ beds, private eficienc ADMIRAL It cubic Ft. Refrigerator -
FARMS 6' LIVESTOCK 4' Roams for Rent 5 2 BR, 1010W W. Ave., th, apt. size refrigerator. late
Galnlesj j hall. Ig living room. dining room frost free. Good.
The James Co. of screened $55 Mo. 1 2 En
Builders of Klngs j R 2 1 Farm Equipment 10 Hotel Rooms 35 kitchen large landscaped yard. ACREAGE McKINNEY-REEN. INC bachelors.pch FR or lish Bike Loaded U. model $50 or best offer. Call
ville Inci
Homes for this area will .%1 Feed Fertilizer 11 6tise. Bentala 35S Lake view. Melrose Fla. Call I Realtors FR 2-3617 27.LARGE 3075. Sl6 376-1128 after 5:0 PJVUTHWARTED .
berry 26 Lbelteek CIA Wanted 1'e sent 300 plus ext heavy for twin beds,
questions g SlIppUea MARY MOELLER aces. ham DUPLEX 1917 ro men LOVER
be happy to answer any TWO BEDROOM
e mock rent ALL CHANNEL T. V. antenna
; 2B LandscapIng Top "U U Boarders WanteA for horse or double. Showers, Vi registered diamond white
might have concerning NW 36th per
you You might SO Pets A Bupplies 13 OffIce Desk Spiel Avenu$ mont refrigerator. Call 2-1981 416 N.E. Double stack complete. Not gold C ring set. Marquise. Orlg.
home ownership. BUDGET HOME 660 ft on U.S. 441. FR 2-4 else to buy $15. .
I be of those people that 11 Lheltecll:' Wanted .1 Bulaesa But&ll 5I Commercial site 2nd Ave.LOVELY. In price $375 for $275. Call
r one N.w. 8th wi sl
now owns a home but found IIt 3 br V/i baths, partially furnished, 20 acres. $00.0 ONE bedroom air-conditioned- apartment Ig. comer room in Avenue. 6-12 .
if I SERVICE near schools & shopping low $75 per mo. Phone DOWLING'S UPHOLSTERY
that It Is now Inadequate FINANCIAL Colonial Home lakeson uptar adult home with dbl. bed, nice RCA PORTABLE record &
this Is the case. a call to The 3 Bulacu opportanlUea 33 peetaJ Services 35S down payment, low mo. pay $10- property, on f acre.another 3-15. big desk with swivel chair. Close Chair low as $ No money leather case. speed. payer

James Co. could very well g 17 Moose Ia Leu 23 BOlD' IlDpreulDeat. 5sa within 25 ml Gainesville.on $ 1 BR apt. for rent, completely In 372-2296. 1318 N.W. 7th Rd. doW low as $ per month. dition. $25. 4 3761131.IF co
solve your problems. By this S Mortgages U Radi A TV Berries 35i terms. ,0.go furnished $65 per mo. Lights & estimates, pickup and delivery
we mean trading In your pre 61 X..er Wanted Z AppUaau A urn1turo 900.MARY water See at 301 NW NICE rooms for rent. 1607 N.W. service. All work guaran- SOMEONE IN YOUR FAIL V
sent home. 2nd St.NICE furnise. 12th Road. Phone FR 2-7 or teed. Phone 376-7786. Is hard of hearing encourage
2 ten -
acre tracts N.W. % mu. of .
tsannnsiuaosummmunuiwPmoslsllRffmlTlflttItfltttltUtltUIlWf'! hlflttffihllIfl1lillPIlEIIIEO35I! FR 6 him to enjoy the benefit of a hearIng
ISe&= city lmits excellent buy 2 BR apartment. 3 students TRADE your costly to operate aid. GAINESVILLE HEARING
number of ques $11,0 NICELY
There are a furnished
newly decorated ELECTRIC water heater and
tions that we can answer con- Sale! ea. for acreage. or couples. Now or June 1st. room for career girl. Share bath AID CO. 620 NORTH MAIN
35 Houses For Sole 35 Houses for .1 MOELLER Will lease for one $48 for a new glasslined GAS
feel that yer. 6-271 STREET, OR
cerning trading. We MARY MOELLER. REALTOR or 495-2321. with one girl. Limited kitchen water heater. Much more hot 65CHOIE
by talking with us you can privileges. Phone
1019 376-5426. water at half the cost with DAY LILIES BLOOMING
pick a suitable floor plan and W. University FR 6-4471 SMALL furnished cottage, also 1 & OUR abt PROPANE, In
landscaping clumps
exterior design that will suit 2! BR Home. corner lot. West Park 3 BR. family rm. home".Tr e e d 2 BR trailer for rent. Moore'sTrailer NICELY furnished room. Maid ARCHER GAS. 6-5110. Also at cts. You dig.
your needs. from our many area. Reasonable payments ideal lot. Uttlewood Westwood dist. REALTOR Fordyce Acreage Court 2330 E. Univ. Ave. service. Parking space. Reasonable assorted colors 2
plans that we keep on hand.A for young couple. Available by Top shape. Avail. Aug. $15,100. rates. 210 E. Univ. Phone HOVER and KENMORE home New seedlings avaiable. GoodnowsHighway

call to the James Co. will June 1st. See at 1031 N.W. 55th Satisfactory financing. 527 NW 35th IOU W. UniV FR 6-4471 180 acre ranch, 60 acres perman- 37616 FR 67423.IN excellent operatIng 20 Holster.TRADEIN .

get ..11the facts about any Ter. FR 6-1351. St. Ph. 376-0417. Member of Multiple Listing ent pasture, fenced cross 46 Unfurnished Aprs. private home nice clean furnished condition $1. ea. PLATFORM SALE

type financing any questions .. $450 DOWN fenced, 2 wells. $165 an acre. Located room for reliable gentleman ROKER. $12.5. 376.NEW
you might have without any 3 bedrooms and 2 baths. central In Lev County. Ready for no drinking. Phone 6 and used chain saws lawn I Elna Freearm $60
obligations on your part. cattle 5047. mowers, edgers. tampers, light
heat. screened porch and large $65
TWO bedroom duplex, kit. plants, cable. Wisconsin Briggs I Singer Featherweight

W* have. lots available In scaped family with room,back beautifully yard fenced land- 160 acres at $165 an acre. Off chen euipp. $85 per month & Stratton, new and used mo I 1 New Home Rotai $45
most section of town for See 6th St. 51-A Wanted To Rent
YOU near schools and shopping, $15,000 Newberry-Archer Road. tors. Rental, sales and service. I Pfaff Model $62

you to chooseofrom. 611 N. W. 34th Drive. Call any TWO bedroom apt. available immediately Meyer Power Tools 230 NE 2 Singer Portables $19
time 80 acres, 10 miles out Archer Rd. ; lower level of Ave. Phone 3763411.AIR .
Jimmy Womeldurf and Gene $165 an acre. Beautiful oak trees. plex; stove and refrig., du FURN. 2 or 3 BR house or equally I Singer Automatic. $85
Ralph Realtor
Paramore have over 30 years situate large apartment for Sept. 1. CONDITIONER Coldspot. 12. Console$80
about 3 off 1 Domestic
combined experience In the FOSSEYDick 100 acres nice frame house 11 NW 4th bit. camps.Phone Cal Roger Hasten 376-9361 or 500 BTU 250 volt. excellent condition 1 Necchi Console . $119
$150. Lot Pine-
construction of homes. By care- RobinsonAssociatePh. pr. m. Hundley 372-9128. Se
miles out Archer Rd. $275 per acre. FR 6-5871. __Jon 6
ful supervision by Jim and CAN BUY 376-1359 Fenced and cross fenced. Other hurst Trailer Park Used Buttonhole

Gene. l It will enable you as the 11 W. University Ave. small tracts available at reasonable NEW 1 BR duplex apt., kitchen 54 Business 21" MOTOROLA console TV Attachments . $5
homeowner to get more home "Selling Florida Since 1906" prices. euipp. $60 per month on a Rental ped with remote control. equip
and certainly Ph. SEWING MACHINE
for your money days.
makes The James construction FHA FINANCING BR. 2 bathhouse evenings. 376-13 in perfect condition. Priced at

to be beyond compare. 1804 NW 38th Terr. Only Fordyce I. 376-7 AIR CONDITIONED lust $95. FR 6-5542 after 6 P.M. SERVICE CO.
$91.27 per month. Phone Arnold 2! Bedroom 6 room house In Mel NEARLY new modern office or .

By building primarily the A 3-Bedroom, 2 Realty* FR 2-3522 for appt/ Associates Inc. rose 3 Call blocks from location at 37 West Univ. Ave. SOFABED.new 10 years One ago.owner Now, bought$i8. 815 W. Univ. Ave.
Beach. 475-4061 .
feel we 475216 Ph. FR Weseman Realty,
Kingsberry home we Phone FR 2-8297 after 5 376-1075
YOU will like the colors in this 926 W. Univ. after 6:30. 1113 N. Main p.m.
have a great advantage and 3 BR, m bath home. If you 376-12 St. weekdays or all day Sat. & Sun.
great opportunity for you as Bath Home With don't. owner will change 'em. Best Must SELL new CCB. 2 BR home.In LARGE 2 BR ground floor apt. N.W. 13th St. Building to be con ODDS & ENDS SALE
the purchaser to pick design buy at 15750. Fenced yard, WW Lacrosse with 3 acres. Price Stove refrig. & Venetian blinds structed. Space available for 12 ALUM. John. boat & motor, Monday Only-Begins at lGo A.M.
and floor plans that are create Carpets and drapes. Call FR 2- reduced $8,500. Good terms. furnished. 1018 SW 8th Ave. $75 physician lawyer, pharmacy S2o camping trailer. $150; util Studio couch. bed

ed by some of the country'sleading built-in gas or electric 3784.or see at 719 N.W. 19th Lane. 462-1175. per mo. Cal 376-2641 or 6-2930. dentst. and barber lanterns, ,misc.4x7', $75 furniture; camp stove tools, chairs tables, plO furniture
architects.If : ask for Haynes. shop. Interested Call 376-1831. antiques seat. T.V..
BRICK HOME fenced wooded lot. FARMS RANCHES ACREAGE I & camera equipment. See Jon Hi-Fi, bikes picture frames self-
you desIre complete Information oven and range for as 4 BR 2 bath. |g. living rm., RURAL PROPERTIES DESIRABLE well located 2 BR OFFICE building for rent for real Teter SW 3rd St. Alachua propelled Jawn mower, $45 used
call The James Co.- and Fla. Rm., & screened porch. duplex apt. with utility appiancesfurised. estate. Insurance or related bus- nings. Sat 8< Sun. 3 times. Everything In perfect

we will be happy to come to Elect. kitchen cent. heat 8. air ROBERTS C SMITH. REALTORU.S. Avail. June iness. 300 te 400 square feet will FOR SALE Bell 12 ampli- condition. TOO MANY OTHER

your home and spend any little as $86.03 per mo. condo Many extras including Hw. 441 Micanopy, Fla. children, yearly students.basis. 815 No remodel to suit tennant. New and fer. $10; Fisher wat$ 80 AM- ITEMS TO LIST. ALL BAR.
pets or
to club clean located near traffic ,
amount of time necessary= swim membership. NE sec 466-3120 : artery FM tuner $25; Electro Voice corner GAINS Residence 3420 N.W
NW 13th St. Phone FR 6-5323
explain The James Co. systemof tion. Reasonable down payment. with paved off-street parking.
speaker $15 All for Call 21st Place.
home ownership.We ( including ins. and taxes) $123 per mo. Call FR 2.5953evenings. 43 Colored Property or FR 6-4833. For Information call FR 2-0733. FR 2-0791 after; 5 P... U.
ONE bedroom house, $65 per
VA and 47 Houses for Rent Furn. GARAGE space tor rent. 613 S.W. USED refrigerator and
FHA gas range
can secure Phone 2-1529.
2nd St. Call
1 Vt mile North of Sperry Plant Merrill Real- mo.
several different types of conventional after minimum FHA down. practically new 2 BR. home with HOMES FOR SALE _tor. FR 2-1A.e.Joh 55,000 BTU oil heater with fan.
financing. 2 & 3 SE 14th St. & Heater almost new. Phone 376- ROUND OAK table with 6 chairs,
full tile bath on 1 1/3 acre shadedlot. Berooms.
SE 7th no down ON LAKE GENEVA 2 bedro 1000 ft. warehouse space or busi 7781. washstand. Empire style love
, Let us mention a few of $7,000. Phone 376-4294 after S ment. Some small down pay large Florida room. or nes In the 200 block S.W. 5th seat with 2 chaics. Wicker chais

the Homes that are either under NOTHING DOWN V.A. p.m. ment. Monthly payment $57 to year. Mathewson Manor. C a II $50 per mo. Call 6-2641 or WURLITZER ano. Queen Anne Mahogany style. $450.spinet Twin pi lounge. Reupholstered 2-p t e c.

construction or In the IDYLEWILD Owner leavingmust $65. Also homes built on your GR 5253. 6-2930 Mr. Haynes or call 2-4060 size box springs, mattress $15- sectional. Mahogany bedroom

planning stage.4Bedroom sell this lovely home, 3 BR 2 lot for no down payment. 2 BEDROOM duplex at 2016 S.E. Mr. Mizell. Chromed dinette set, 4- ch a Irs. suite with twin beds. Other house
($100 Closing Costs) Bath Fla. Rm., ent., hall, dining Cal TOMMY RIDGELL 2nd Place. Comer 21st St. House Turquoise cover. $25. 906 N.E. 20th I hold Items. NearlyNuFurnituroShop.
3 full tile baths Rim, dbl. carport, oak floors Phone FR 2.12 Call FR 56 Business Opportunities Ave. I 316 N.W. 8th Avenue. FR
with over 2300 Sq. Ft. living draperies. air-cond., central heat. open 6-42 62
area. You must see this hometo fenced back yard, $21500 with $1- 2 BR furnished house, no pets THE best costs less if you ll'atwater
appreciate it. We will tradeon It has all these features 500 down. Call 2-9026. 44 Cottages for Rent $70 per mo. 3037 SW ArcherRd. electrically. Find out how STORK LINE crib, in good condition -

this one. FR EXCELLENT downtown Sincla I r to replace it and get cash divi with Simmons mattress
NEAR ALACHUA, convenient to 2.5 Service Station open and do- dends. Call Philgas $3 upholstered broom chair,
:J.Bedroom. 1V4 bath with found in the most expensive Copeland's, the G.E. Plant, or FURNISHED, 1 BR cottage, all VERY nice 2 bedroom CCB, car Ing business will lease to responsible Distributor. Fuiga. your maple $ Phone
hardwood floors located on Gainesville. New 3 BR house with tile shower good ven port and front porch. FurnishedIncluding party with adequa t e 532 372-5887.
well shaded lot. Small down- 10 or 20 acres. Jasper H. Davis electric, located on Santa Fe automatic washer. Near capital. Sinclair Refining Co. EXCELLENT condition double bed

payment. FHA.Construction Kirkpatrick & Pierson home : Alachua. Phone 462-1502. Lake. Phone FR 2-s8 or FR 2- school and shopping center. $110 Phone FR 6 or 2-6512. with bookcase headboard and
month. 31) N.W. 20th Ave. Phone foam rubber mattress. Reason- 70 Boats Marine Equip.
FOR SALE BY OWNER 4 BR. 2 COIN-OP CAR .WASH able price, phone 2-0568. -
to start soon on bath Ig. Fla. rm., utility area, 37.30. On-The-Spot -Investigation leaves no
5 V. A. 3-4-Bedrooms homesin Owens-Corning fiberglass Insulation separate living rm., dining rm., 45 Furnished Apts. 2 STORY 3' bedroom 2 bath furnished doubt that "Magic Wand" offers 14' LONESTAR Fiberglass. New
N.E. Gainesville. Call now dows central certified aluminum. win kitchen wall to wall carpeting in house. 1005 SW 13th St. the most dependable equipmentand Colman 95,000 BTU forced air heat 25 H.P. Electric start generator
and make all color selections.All wiring for heating all optional central air conditioning adequate living rm., glass sliding door $125 per month. Phone FR 6- a more attractive and practical ing unit. New ignition transform motor. Ga tilt trailer. S695.
future needs modern beam ceilIngs
these will be brick veneer. 3672. er. Excellent condition. $100 cash. FR
leading to 16' x 24' patio fencedIn FURNISHED rent Requires no attendant 2.3.el.
Apartment for
We have 40 lots on 39th Ave.lOO'x276' wire built-in telephone outlets In master buiding.
Pick a lot and house bedroom and kitchen spacious storage areas Wolmanized back yard. 1325 NE 12th Ter. with living Rm, bro tile 2 BR/ 4221 S.W. 44th St. $95. ; on low overead. 37-128. 15' Fiberglass boat 30 h.p. JohnSon -
suit pressure treated lumber foldaway closet doors full landscaping $19400. bath air-cond. 1, bdr 0 m Call FR 2-3617 gives excellent rturn o UPRIGHT piano excle condition alec Gator trailer. Trade forsmaller

plan to you. and spot sodded lawns, 'paved.-streets, curbs and 3 I blks. from Finley school 3 BR Apt. FR 2-9569. : McKINNEY GREEN. INC. write Magic Wand $200; T.V. ; Radio- .fifhlng outfit or cash,
K-Mart Plaza, Greenville, South Phonograph $10. NW 36lh St. funk.! O. E. Gansttne, Waldo.
Now under construction ,- gutters full concrete driveways storm drainage city sewer- 1 bath, dining rm., screened FOR RENT 1 bedroom furnished AVAILABLE about June 1st. Furn Carolina, Phone CE or call 3
Bedroom 2 baths with 1453 age double stainless steel sinks gas or electric Tappan porch garage. 16600. 1735 NW apartment. Clean and cooL $60 3 BR, 2 bath home Ig-. screened 2-0. 623.PULLH 1962 20 fishing boat equipped with
Sq. Ft. floor area, double carport built In oven and range range hood with fan and filter 7th PI. FR 28533.TEMPTING. Water furnished. Call porch. carport. fenced backyard ,12 LANE BOWLING ALLEY On W. upholstered swivel anchors and compass
on shaded 100x276 lot. Will, safety edge Formica cabinet tops custom built-in cabinets month FR 2-4761 or with large shade trees. Goodneighbrh. Univ. Ave. for lease. Opportunity ; Mahogany console marine toilet, 4 H.P. Evlnrude
trade on this one. WalKTex vinyl paper In kitchens and baths colored bathroomtile BUY FR Hayard Close to high school for the right man to get In table with 2 leafs and 3 chairs, electric: start Call FR
and fixtures built-in vanities In all baths MQen Dial- 3 Bedroom, 2 bath kitchen built- 6-613. per mo. Phone the bowling alley business with a $20. Call 372-7998. 2-4837 after 5:0 tbard P.
Cet tub and shower fixtures PLUS free membership in In. family room, central heat and ONE-1 BR furn. apt with private for appt. small amount of capital. Call FR -
air conditioning. Fenced back 376-76 WINDOW fan $9; refrigerator $39; 14 Fiberglass boat trailer & 27
Center. 4-2641 or FR Ask for Mr.
resident-restricted Swim Club and ent. Also 2 BR apt with air
a 6-23.
yard. Outside city limits. Priced ,CLOSE In, 2 bedroom furnished Haynes. suitcase $1; adding machine $20; h.p. Scott motor. with many ex
very reasonably. Located 3945 conditioner. Walking dist. t house. 403 S.E. 2nd St. Call 372- tank type sweeper $7; nice bed- tras. $500 cash. Phone 3-71.
N.W. 36th Street. Phone FR 6- town. Call FR 2.51. 1185. room suite $47; portable sewing
BOAT titt HP motorElectric
Visit Our Model Today At 2969. FURNISHED Apt. for rent $55 per VERY CLEAN 2 BR house, owners 61 Wanted to Buy net machine etc. $1;; ping mattress pong table.S3 traier. 3. Accessories -

SPACIOUS 2 story 4 bedroom. 2 mo. Water fur Call FR 2-1823 have gone North until Nov. gate cri big attic; plywood const. Pere cone

bath frame house. Swimmingpool. or FR 1st. Very go deal for right fan $ le birds U chest $ FR 0-6895, afer .

Highland Court Manor N.E. Phone FR 2-3738. NICELY furnished convenient family. 376-28. WANTED priced :reasonable water cooler and, must In b $29; youth bed $10; RFD box $1; 25' Crlscraft cabin cruiser, hul

I downtown area. $75. Also garage SALE, TRADE RENT. Furn. Un- working very nice saxaphone $22; lawn No. C-10-062 power with Crls-
BY OWNER attractive 4 BR, 2 apt. air conditioned. $90. Adults furn., BR. Fla. Rm. BreakfastRm. I ext. 20, ,coiti Call. 372-8441 mower $4; radio $5; utility cabinet craft KL-105 engine In first clan
For More Information bath. lovely yard. Air cond., only no pets. Inquire Lillian's fine lation 7 85 $4; screen door S3; porto- condition. Price $2,500. Boat dock
cent. heat dbl. util. rm.. swim Music Store. N.E. garae. CASH for your used furniture refrigerators cribs, mirrors linoleum, ni- ed at OM Clay Landing, Suwan-
Call club membership. Walkina distance 7 ,' stoves. TVs, coth chars! baby beds, bs. dishes, nee River near Camp Azalea.
& Howard Bishop. CLEAN 4 room apartment. Closeto house 2414 N.E.
Metcalfe BEDROOM Ing, etc. FR antiques & test cruise by Cal'i
TheJames $98 mo. 2832 NE 11th Terr. Ph. shopping, 609 N.E. 6th St.

& 376-2349. Phone FR 21391. $65 per month. House open. Call FR 62.__ 8th Ave. :at night.

1 BR, living room. large patio. FURNISHED ,3 bedroom home.
Co walk-In closets, large built In Clean nice neighbro. $105 1

J. W. kitchen Phone FR 2-3826. Mo. 1732 Ph.

Of Gainesville Inc. \ KIRKPATRICKCHARM NICE 1 BR furnished apt. Private 3767. 60 McDonald.

Builder of Kingsberry BUILDERS AND DEVELOPERS bath & entrance. Hot & cold 3 BR, $75 per mo. & 5 rm. $30.
water furnished. $50 per mo. Go Archer Rd. to Tobacco Barn. BRANDNEW

Homes Sales Office NE 23rd Blvd. & Hit-. In a colonial manner on a Phone 2-70 or 2-1995. turn lef over RR tracks go to ,
OFFICE PHONE corner lot In Black Acres. Brick UTILITIES FURNISHED close in, 1st .. turn left, g V mile.

372-2527 Terr. and frame, dbl-hung windows with 2 rooms, private bath. off-street W. Hunt.
3 bedrooms
shutters, fireplace carpet
NIGHTS & HOLIDAYS parking, no pets. 1 SW 2nd PI. FOR RENT 2 BR house furnished.
2 baths. two car ga
Phone 372-3471 rage. $23,800.00 SMALL apart., private bath and entrance 20 SE 4th' St. Call GR 554

SPECIAL In so many ways: Slze- util. and linens fur suit after 5:3 P. I'
3 bedrooms. 2 baths able for quiet student VERY nice, clean 2 BR. furnished

Area Uttlewood girl. Car necessary. $10 pr we. house near Archer Rd. 5 minutedrive I 1964RAMBLER.
Bonus A piayhouse Available May 22nd. to Health Center. S95 per

L- 3727401SE Terms Very flexible after 6:3 P.1.6.FURNISHED mo.. 372-2316. I
Price $1..00.00Mortgage
1RVICESAnd 4Y3 pet. apartment for rent SMALL 2 bedroom block house near
for t male only air-condi Campus. Adults only. Call FR 6-
SPACE for. your grand piano space central heating. u t II. 6549.FOR .
full-size for
for your buffet. space furnished. Phone I
your king-size bed. and elbow o 617 RENT Modern one broom

room for you and all the family EFFICIENCY aparet. private house, completely '
too. bath and clean. for couple. Nice tree shaded law
: Home BusinessAuto Superior construction and reasonably Adults. 708 E. Univ. Ave. with privacy and close to down

priced at $2 ,5oo.00. 1 Bedroom duplex, lights and town and University. Only $65a .
LAKE ROSA frontage and a year water furnished. Couples only. month. Phone FR 2-23 or 6 .
round. modern masonry. 3 bedroom
No children or pets. Call FR 2840.
house with 4 car garage
Glass Plumbing and large lot. Recently reducedto 6-582.

$18,000. Ready for immediate CLEAN, 2 BR upstairs apartment 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn.
AUTO GLASS Is our only .bush occupancy. Consider renting near Camps$90 per mo
ness. Immediate Installation; & used fiXtures. complete. for a six month period.J. Phone 23329.DUPLEX 6-passcnger. sedan at

free pickup & delivery. Add HUGULEY plumbing service Gainesville"BIG"PlumbIng JIM- W. KIRKPATRICKRealtor 2 BR furnished apt. Gas FORDYCE RENTALS never before price.
to find the
beauty & value to car.MAULOIN'S Call our agency
your FR 2-158. for cooking & heating. Cold I
AUTO GLASS CO. 31 N. Main Phone FR 24404 you wish. Many listed.
water fum. Private front & back hs ACT NOW !
323 N.W. th St. FR 6-2358. Member Multiple Listing Phone FR 1806 Aso apartments furnished. !
Flay. Mathlasen Irene BunnellA. 18
BulldozingSMAU. your furniture at W. Reeee. Capt., USN. Ret. ROOMY 1 BR, living r kit INC
reasonable prices. Call Sally.
cnenette, private
bulldozer loader dump Experienced. FR t-96tt. ONLY $450 DOWN bat., 208. m _3761236UNFURNISIIED
entrance. No
trucks fill dirt lime rock. TopsoiL pt 20
Closing cost included. NE Ave. 2 bedroom house
Phone 372-7846. Remodeling a 2 BR $62 per. mOo 5 66 $70 Unfurnished 2 bed
BULLDOZERS 3 BR $12 per mo. TWO Bedroom Traier. $60; one mt
& Dragline Backhoe Furis
I wheel tractors. motor DO YOU NEED Florida room extra See at 2030 N.W. 55th St. bedr$48. acres Adults r hs. $. mont 1763

grader. Free estimates. W. C. room. more room roof work Phon FR 20233.GLADYS. only. Sorry, n pets. 4611 N.W e dupe _.
6th St. Call
(BuckS Johnson, FR 6-6719. or: maybe a complete new home 2098. .
rent. See house
For a free estimate. & guaranteed SMITH 1 BEDROOM furnished duplex. HOUSE for Rd. 2 BR .
Concrete work. phone Carl C. Newly decorated. $ month 17 bile. Medium standard s.

Waters, 372-8049. EXCLUSIVE AREA: N.E. 13th St. .. mothly. 22846.to rent. 6 Passenger Station
CONCRETE finishing. Walks, Acre lot in prestige area with 2 BR floor furnished apt. large Locatedat
drives. patios. slabs and shuffleboard Machine 2PR duplex uturnls. Wagon at
Sewing Repair four bedroom panelled home. Tw screened porch, clean. NW No pets. never
etc expertly done. Esti
I freshly painted sprayed monthly 112
rustic exterior. Price '
mates. Call 372-3884. anytime. CALL-SEWING MACHINE SER. fireplae. for pests. Water furnished. $60 preferred. $80 per m before price.
& VICE .- UniversityAve. $ 37253HORE (10 E. Univ. Ave.
Appliance; Repair 't'1J1.Sw "|repair all per m Phone FR 6-58 Act Now
Landscaping RENT .
Air Conditioning Makes. Work fully-" guarantee FANCIER REDWOOD APTS 4401 S.W. 13th FOR central heat.
Will BR 2 bat. bi-In
of St. New 1
Tires Alignment City liit in exclusive section. apts. water fur $90 per m -al A31 p.r
Grass-Sod-Garden -
: SHOP MainNurserystock House in. Call FR 6 or 28R. unfurn. house wi stove, I
HANDYMAN ctri 27
A-l of all .
kinds.CREVASSE'S Brake Service with large sleeping large yard. per
First in air conditioning and Appliance NURSERY Living Gut fire YOUNG COUPLE or aged couple qie U
room Phone
repairs. We sell guaranteed Landscape Co. VACATION SPECIALON cnae. Call wil 372- preferred but no children o pets. m 2-3.
washers refrigerators. etc. FR 6-2514 for free estimate. 5393.plae. $0 Available n. Call 612 VERY nice. 2 .ro CCB. car-
famous nationally known Mohawk
FR 6-0267. tires . Save up ta 1 BEORoM completely furis port and frt p Furnih.Inludi $2038

WE FIX IT Mortgage Broker 50% on new tires. See our new PARE and wasr. :
electrical wrap around retread that give 514 acres center. See at 612 N.W s sln c
appliance. sin 20th
Arty FHA and conventional at f b ter.
work'or gasoline engine repairs more mileage & traction. Lat- Price 10 Ave or phone 6-3S49. $75 SIO mt 31
current rates. Terms to 25 SJ2 Ave.
done Immediately and economi Will mer Tire Co. .<" M Main St. 75.00 and can be financed. p Ph 33.LEAE
years. gladly discuss at no I
cally. Pick up and delivery. obligation. Call tomorrow.J. 2 BR furnished apart. with porch. or SALE. Pr. mi. DELIVERED AT RIDGWAY MOTORS PIuj Tax & Tag. -
BUTLER & SONS W. KIRKPATRICK Realtor Tree Service GLADYS SMITHRELTOR Near University. See at 411 N.W. 2 bat Hard flrs.
SERVICE CENTER- 31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 28494'FRED 15th St. o call 2-4647.. U p double gara I. w lo. Ridgway Motors has put their entire inventory on special sale!
1538 NW 6th St. 376-2866 A-I TREE SERVICE Facul neighbrs. 3 SW.
B. ARNOLD Pruning demossing! bracing & ca- m If you have been thinking abau new car
AIR conditioners Installed and re REALTOR blelng & tree removal. Cavity 3 ROOM furnished apt. nice & 2 this is chance -

paired.-On day service. FHA AND CONVENTIONALLOANS work & tree feeding. Lawn serv Anna Hinson Florence Burns cle F m couples o 3BR. 1 Bath, compete kitchen centers. your save !
C. A. Bohannon iceand maintenance. Licensed Rent rea near schools
1960 NE 23rd Blvd. FR 6-4169 1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 & Insured. Free estimates. Troy Caroline Member Naves Multiple Listing Ben Griffin sbe.Adl Cl 316-7 p For Information FR 2-4698. MrosReaua. VACATION PLANNING TIME IS SELECT USED CAR TIME

REFRIGERATORS electric ranges.and Thames. 376-2940. Jack Hoover. EFFICIENCY apt.. private
63 FORD Fairlane
washing machines repaired MORTGAGE MONEY 466-3482. Gainesville Fta. ARMY Officer tanserr must Lights & hot e 3 BR at 1311 NE 14 Terr. Bonneville 4.dor sedan
tae .bt wa h 61 PONTIAC
and serviced. One day service. II 25 SVt per cent interest. Terms to sel.N.1 BR. 2 bt Fla., room. te fis Summer student Stove rrirat. $ perm wagon, automatic transmission, .
C. A. Bohannon. years. HAULING W. $s FR Weteman automatic transmission radio
years BUY BUILD REFINANCECall Negotiate FR pe. P 6-5 P 6-1 heater $1995
I960 N,E. 23rd Blvd. FR 6-4169. equity. 2-5 . . ... .
& MOVING 3 NICELY apts. for rent heater steering, power '
fur ,
3 BEDROOM extra large 62 RAMBLER Ambassador 4-
Dan Byrd h. 1-1 BR BR apts. RENTALS per.
Service tJ5 NW 13 St. FR rooms N.E. sec NE ap 22 5 brakes low price.
Appraisal Ph. 2-2511 ANY type immediately hauling large courteously or small, tion. Large shady .lot. FR 6 4 exra door sedan, air conditioning automatic -
GLADYS Smith Realtor FHA done 5556. 2 one apart W* have attractive $1895
garage m transmission
and economically. BUTLER & ROM bat in and unfurn. Call power
and conventional loans. Low h fur
FRED B. ARNOLD rates. Terms to 25 years. 1221 SONS SERVICE CENTER. 1358 2 BR CCB. tea floors tiled suitable vry qi. ne/hb REALTOR power brakes, widecutornatic
REALTOR W. Univ. Ave. 372-5393. NW

REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL Small down payment wi py 17 6 radio sats . . $2195
SERVICE FORDYCE and Associates. Inc. Well Drilling mt c$55 per.m 6 TWO bedroom furnished apt 2 BR hous with 2 se porefw t '62 FORD Galaxie I."500"
Conventional and F.HA. loans.Cat near Univ. & es. condi 4-dor
UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 G heater
11 9 W. 15. Aaa Gal I si steerng. power
376-1236. Grace HospitaL Ph.
Fordyce. WELL DRIL. per
BURCH automatic
WALLACE 6-75. Gan ti Wate fm p hardtop transmission
Realtor. Fordyce & Associates. LING STUDENT sctil 2 bedroom including ville o write R T. Str m 6-3 brakes . . $1595 ,

A.jt Equipment nue.Inc.. 926 West University Ave Quality Work at 'Fair Prices.2to6We4ls. CCB appt. and furni Box 3 St. Ain CLEAN. quiet 3 BR, I bat horn radio, heater, power steering.

1 minutes from Univ..m f I BR furnished apt, water .fur near el s. $ p m $1695
CIIII 372- S91. to grade Ig. nished. 4123 NW Tedr., .515 .
bos lt. 12 S 3th 2.
DRAULIC JACKS rebuilt & PAINTING 4117 N.W. s.. FR per mo. Can 37-
>Kchangedi Repair kits for WINDOW CLEANING .. After 1th 2 ask for Mr. o 36-23 MODERN. 3 8R IVj bt air-con RIDGWAY MOTOR CO.
"Vaiker Jacks. Factory authorizA WANTED: Painting. Free es- 5:3 Hay diti screened -

Walker Hydraulic Jack timates. No Job too. small. WINDOWS cleaned floors cleaned RENT o sale easy terms 2 BR NICE dta efficiency apt., Pr carport and utility room

rvlce Agent. HULL'S BRAKE Work guaranteed. Phone and waxed. houses washed 1a CB steel roof, deep well U d i Ui & ate Ideal washer-dryer coi H32 S. MAIN ST. FR 2-8433
ERVICE & SUPPLY. 1314 6.Main i yrs. experience. Free estimates. 20 min. Gainesville. Phone 466- f wi m o woman. at 601 N.W. 36th pr

PR 2-14J7....". .. I FR 25630. Phone FR 2-SK5. .Mlcanopy. PU 2.2 mo. Call FR 2-147 o FR .2 "

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72 Office Equipment 73 Musical MerchandisePIANO 1 77 Mobile Homes for Sale 77 Mobile Homes for Sale 77 Mobile Homes for Sal 85 Automobiles for Sale 87 Automobiles Wanter

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GAINESVILLE'S largest volume of-
fice supply dealer Chesnufs good condition, $100. C II SPECIAL THIS WEEK 150-54 Fords Value Rated
1959 Model house trailer. 10 x 35'. PLYMOUTH 1961 2-door<< sedan. Vt RSCh: TsDI
FR 2-2487 after 4 00 P.M. !
Office Equipment Co. Invites & Herndon Service AIR
you 10' Wide used mobile home 1 Bedroom. (4 can sleep). Pay AT. heater. 4 new W-W tires.
to come In and shop or call for PRACTICE PIANO SALE large lot. J2895. 1 Mile S. of as little as $200 down, paymentscan Whte with black interior. $900 or Station W SE 4th St. Used Cars
free delivery. Chesnufs Office Upright pianos some as Is, some Paynes Prairie. For appointment be arranged on balance. equity and take up payments. CONDITIONING5c
_Ave.Equipment In Downtown Co. 106 W. Univ. factory rebuilt priced from $25 SalesHome call FR 6-3052. Total price S2175. Like new Inside Mr. Edgar U Wight 4621173. B&G MOTOR CO.
Gainesville. and Gridley Music Co., and out. Colored fixtures. '
Gainesville Shopping Center. FR WE BUY Trailer can be seen at Brants RENAULT DAUPHINE 1959. Good GAINESVILLEAUTO CadillacOldsmobile' !
73 Musical Merchandise Gulf Service Station, miles condition reasonable price. Call
of USED MOBILE HOMESTop North of High Springs on 441. 3764614. SALES 2001 NW 13th St.
i Pacemaker Mobile Homes
dollar paid phone 376-0571 :
ORGAN SALE Shasta and Alrstream TRAILER for salt with V 15' Valiant 1963 extra clean. Small 1007 X. Main St. i 1,
Of Automotive 8 37' New Moon house x
Travel TrailersOcaIVs x
Christmas Left Call I
equity older car. 376-3162
overs. All or
cabana. Located In Glenw d Phone FR 2.6313
I 0 0
It f
new First Mobile Home Must sell by Aug. Excellent buy.
organs. Savings afternoons 372 3813 after 5:30
up to 30 Trailer Park. Lot 1!. Price or on
I P" cent Earls Piano Co. 77 Mobile Homes for Sale Dealer Since 1948 Very reasonable. Write box 42 000. Call FR 6-4627. 11 ask for Bob. NorthcentroJ Florida DODGEDARTDODGETRUCKS Comets and Mcrcwrys I
J I 702 W. unlv. Ave.. 1923 Silver Springs Blvd. A. c-o Gainesville Sun.
312.I 222? Largest
I Phone 6291358 BRING out the best In your car. Limited Tim Only
Amerlci't WURLITZER Ocala, Fla. 1964 NOW MOBILE SHOWING HOMES 80 Tractors & Truck Rentals Superior Auto painting & body Independent Dealer I
No. 1 piano and FEDERAL QUALITY HOMES work. Fast dependable CRANE LlNCOLN-
2 and 3 bedrooms all Floor POOLE-GABLE I
organs are at
EarTs ,
Piano Co. 4820 NW 13th St. 441 South Plans. Terms tailored to free pickup, delivery. WRIGHT'SBODY
j, Gainesville" evcluslve WurllN Gainesville 3725113 195S HICKS trailer i x 4T with meet RENT a truck one-way anywhere MERCURY
WORKS 2031 NW 6th St.
2er Ave. Dealer' 702 w- University Hours 8 to 8. Sunday 11 to 7 I 11 x 30 cabana. Air conditioned your save a budget.lot at Drive a little and In the. USA. from United RentAils. FR 6-9707. ADVERTISE IN THE 119 SE First Ave. I Call 372-4251 For Info.
Phone 372.2222- Service Is a must with us. 3 "BR. furnished. Phone 316-7317. 625 NW 8th Ave. FR 6-2835. 372-4343 I
Home Sales, Inc. H. A. T. New shocks. Brakes
1 Miles North on U. S. 441 83 Motorcycles & Scooters I ICRUlSAIRE and tune up. Good condition.
Phone 422-8144 $875. Phone 3727204. I
661 cr4.ambretta '6]. 1964 RENAULT. 2.000 miles, $1195. 1
TWO bedroom House trailer $900, Mechanically excellent, good 63 Comet .................... $139 We are prepared
I THAT VACATION TRIP one bedroom house trailer $750. transportation Call FR 2-1426 61 Renault .................. $C95 I
READY FOR Can Monday be to rented.Friday Phone 9 to S.X764234 or Unlv. ext. 2355. 63 Renault .................... $79

WITH A VALUE RATED CAR FROM FOR SALE newly redecorated 2 BR. 1962 1960 Vouxhalt Ford Galaxie$350 .......... 149 to talk dicker trade bargain
trailer & cabana. $600. Owne r 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS Phone 372-3407 or FR 2-0245. ,

ately.leaving Archer state Rd.must Trailer sell Immed Village. MUST SELL Pontiac Catavna 1963
B & G MOTOR CO. lot 16. J. Chaftec. SPECIAL auto wMnfl 129.5. Automotlva factory air-conditioning, pewee give-and-take haggle deal
repairs and tuneup. steering power brakes R & H ,
MODERN 10 x 45' trailer available Miller & Sons, 732 N.W. 1st St. $2,500. Call 25457.
up to Aug. 15th. $75. per mo. Phone 3720080.
Phone 376-7559. 1961 PEUGEOT 403, excellent condition and negotiate. .
AIR CONDITIONING Tune up 1 owner. S79 or best
1944 FLEETWOOD. 57 x 10. 3 BR, Special $ .*> for offer. Call FR 25953 evenings.
J riy CADILLAC Sedan* De Ville. Factory Air. White. Low $380$70.83 down.per Take mo.over James pavme'sof H. test.Hawes All. Powers makes Motor and Co.models.. Air RED 1960 Alpine, new paint lob, Come ,on in. Take a look at our

OO mileage. One Owner. On factory $/lQQC Brown. Waldo. 4681755. Conditioning Servicing Center. wire Phone wheels 376-7824 after good 5 condition.P.M.

j warranty. :List new about $6300 . . . . . T1 7 /J 33 ness.years Deals In Mobile& Service Homes to satisfy Bus 2561.2M N. Main St., Phone FR 2- KARMAN GHIA, 1958, Excell!e n t
you. Special attention given to condition. Phone FR 2-6545 2720
I 'I.mpala.' Sedan with auto trans. 13,600 U of F students. Butts Mobile S.W. Archer Road. Private Own .R.E.A.M.P.U.F.F.SCreompuffl
63 CHEVROLET Homes, Inc. across from Gainesville 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE er.
miles. One
owner. SOIQC Livestock Market. 441 Northat EXTRA clean cars. $95 to $595

In factory warranty. . . . . ... . . city limits. 3764361. .OKVAIR with Monza '43 eqUipped 98 day 50-50 guarantee. No down
SHADY radio heater while side payment small weekly or monthly -
Nook Trailer Court. We *
have Installed Can wall tires. 8,000 actual miles. payments. H & H Motors That a used cor without the second-hand headaches.
sewer system. ,
AQ Coupe. 4 speed standard shift. Bucket seats. accommodate trailers with wash Assume payments, small equi 1636 SE 3rd Ave. Phone 3723749
00 JllUllatA 15,200 miles. One owner. ers. We are expanding, large ty.equity.Will Call consider older car for 1961 CONSUL, all extras, excellent Mainly we're in business to sell new Pontiacs. But people trade in all kinds of
$1995 spaces. Available by reservationsonly. ext. 33. 8 5 owner at 3724441 condition $600. Phone 3724907. cars for Pontiacs and wo find ourselves with all kinds of used cars on our hands.
In factory warranty. . . . . . . . weekdays. 1964 4-door air-cond. CHEVY II
IT'S FOOLISHto DODGE auto. trans.Station, R Wagon& H 1M4., V-8.2-door< Nova Sedan. Auto trans. White and net good condition new paint old and is being offered at $.(SO never even get close to our used car lot.We .
SlQQCgold. pay more. RECKLESS to S2S5. below lowest available Gaines
.CHEVY 2 Call 4-314S.
63 One owner. In factory warranty. I W3rg pay less. GET THE REAL DODGE ville price. Call FR 4-9958 ,daysor don't sell any car. new or used that can't pass our 1 ;-point safety and
FACTS. Payments as low IS 57 Royal 4-Dr. AT. PS, 3725032 evenings
$57.29 per month with $300 down. Alrcond.needs some minor repair performance check. After all, our reputation rides around in every usd car we sell.
\ Sedan De Ville. Factory air. Fully equipped. SoldO LAKE GENEVA S445. Joe Boone. -0222 or JEEP station wagon for sale
t CADI'LLAC ..74f7.DODGE. motor lust rebuilt. Call 4852881. That's why only find worthwhile automobiles used lot. We're
/ Mobile Homes Sales you on our cor
& serviced B & G. Just the
it! by car $Q7QC Rt. 100 SE Keystone Hts Fla. STATION WAGON -61. 1960 RAMBLER deluxe Six. 22,500 specialists you know.In .
) for that trip to the World's O7 J 43 x 10' 2 BR mobile home for good condition, take up paymentsof Needs actual minor miles by body original work, owner.other creampuffs.
I sale or rent. New draperies & SS4.24 per mo. Call 64153 or wise perfect. Reasonable. Moving
Sedan. One carpets. Pi Una 374-0097 evenings 61514FORD to Calif. & must sell. Call C. H. '
Factory air. owner. 64 TEMPEST 61 CHEVROLET
J 62 CADILLAC 3495 a> weekends. 1954 4 dr., auto trans., excellent Marlowe FR 2.1369 after 5 PM.
Excellent . . . . condition. 24,000 actual LeMans Automatic transmission. radio,
miles. New tires. S475. Call 372- SACRIFICE reconditioned 1954 coupe. 4 door sedan. Automatic transmission, radio,
1 BELIEVE IT S304. Chrysler. All power, alr-condl- heater air conditioning console only 3500 miles. heater, extra clean.
I j 98 Htop. Sedan. Factory air. tioning, new tires. Call 3764547
62 OLDSMOBILE 2595 OR NOTSave HILLMAN convertible, 1958 Minx. after 5pm.
Fully equipped. . . In good condition. $450 Call FR $3495 V $1495
$600 10 x .a 2 BR fur. 2-9702. 51 VW 2 door radio heater tan V
nlshed only $3195. $35040 down $795. Shaw& Keeter. 238 W. Uni-
Bonneville. Htop. Factory air. Electric $5409 per month. Mercury Air Monteray conditioned 1959, 4-door se versity Ave. Phone 372-0503 '63 CHEVROLET
AO dan. radio heater
$2495 Over 50 models to choose from '
61 VW Convertible radio heater
O/ white side walls. Exceptionally -
windows & Solid .
I seat. vinyl seats.
TRAILER MARTHWY. clean. Reasonable. FR 21313. black top yellow body. $1.145. Impala super sport. Automatic transmission
1224 E. Unlv. Ave. Shaw & Keeter 238 W. Unlver- radio, heater V-t power steering, bucket seats,
: Al I lif Sedan De .Vill :. Factory air. Fully equipped, one 17 PHONE 328-1050 sity Ave. Phone 372-C503 .1 owner extra clean. CYI.Ranch J-door.<< Standard transmission, i
CA'DILo SUNDAYS 1 TO 6 MERCURY. 1955 Station wagon.
0 I A V. owner car. Jet black. Inspect this $9QQCone EAST PALATKA. FLORIDAOnly mission.Radio. heater Good tires.automatic Good condi-trans 86 SWAP CARS $2795.

to see what a remarkable value a used Cadillac can be. JLjjJLI i 3 left at CLOSE-OUT PRICES tion. 1 owner. 3722340. $1095
WILL trade 1957 Oldsmobile I i8 in
SAVE to $1.500 /AGA 1958 Top condition like excellent condition with premium
Super 88 Htop sedan. Outstanding $1 BANK FINANCING new Interior. Call FR 23056 after tires for Jeep In like condition. '64 GMC -----
: OLDS QAC NEW 10' wide mobile homes 7:30 P.M. Phone 2441 Cedar Key.
01 condition . : . . . . I OVDf"i Town & Country Trailer Sales Suburban factory brass hat car air condition60 CHEVROLET
3860 SW. Archer Rd. FR 22290.
Ing, power steering, power brakes white walls
radio heater. Impala 4 door sedan. Automatic transmission
Station wagon. Factory air, power brakes. Local power steering, power brakes. radio heater
01 PONTIAC one owner. This is a very nice $ I AIR $3 695 air. conditioning.

station wagon. . . . .'. . . . . . 995 CONDITIONING5c Yes! It's True! $1695


Star Chief Sedan. Automatic transmission, V-I, '
GW NO FLIMFLAMNO radio heater power steering power brakes 60 HILLMAN I
air conditioning 1 owner.
I WARRANT" V U 4 door. Radio. heater
1 YEAR GOOD on $495
Comets and Mercury
Most of U.S. & Canada V """'
Limited Time Only '

1 CRANE LINCOLN- New 1964 GMC Pickups 62 BUICK '

Special 9 passenger station wagon. Automatic 61 VOLKSWAGEN-
MERCURY transmission, radio heater.
Ii Consol sedan S595 Call 372-4251 For Info. 2 door. Radio heater.
1 i. Economy :. . . . $175 DOWN $1995 $1195

Galaxie. Htop sedan. Factory air $ '

1 61 FORD, & power steering . . . . . 1295OftC COOPER 61 FORDRanch '
wagon. Automatic transmission radio. 61 VOLKSWAGEN
II heater, power steering power brakes air con-
Americ Two door sedan Stick shift.
6 i RAMBLER n. BOAT TOP & SEATS ditioning. Sunroof. Radio heater.
.. Low mileage. Good mileage. . OVJ MADE OR REPAIRED
't 2031 NW 6th St. Including: License tag, state sales tax, life $1595 H19S

/ /AIMII A *" Selection of models. Fleetwoods, Sedan De 376-4661 insurance, and finance charges.

::1 i OU V.AU1LLAV.Ville, & Regular models.' $ .

1 Priced from . . . . . . . . . 1995 FOR THE CORRECT Tropical Pontiac TROPICAL PONTIAC

Ji. CHEVROLET Station wagon 6. $11 1 195 TIME .
,) With Stick Shift . . . CMC Truck Center 'PONTIAC GMC TRUCK CENTER

;j 59 CADILLAC Sedan De Ville. Factory air. 1995 FR Courtesy 2-1411 Of 302 NW' 8th Ave. FR 2-2583 302 N.W. 8th AVE. FR 2-2583

Fully equipped. . . . . University ChevroletN. --
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Super 88 Htop sedan.

59 OlDSMOBILE Factory air. . . . 1195 ..,. a__ .

59 CHRYSLER New Yorker Htop coupe. $1 095 VOLKSWAGENMILLER .

Factory air. Reduced! . . -

I CO .DCIIPCAT 403 Sedan. Sun roof. About 28 miles p '

DV I LtluCU I per gallon on highway. . . $450 e ,SMITTY SAYS .

J TO Al IC98 convertible.I Loaded. $CfCJO -

OLD Reduced : . : . eo. . DVD BROWN @

1030 E. Univ. .I/O..H.D"'U

58 PLYMOUTH Air Sedan-conditioner.; . . . f395 FR 2-3582

FI.eetwood to get
57 CADILLAC : 895
AConditioned. . . . . FAIRERBY .
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56 CHEVROLET33?% 495
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55 PONTIAC Convertible. V-8. P250

.1, ,. Auto trans. . . . . . 1964FAIRLANE

: dependable $ v
l 53ICK'Good 195
I . . . . . AS LOW AS

i i B&GMOTORCO. r I ?1996 I Drive a Hawes-Powers G-W Guaranteed, Like-New Better.Car _


'It NEW CARS: 115 S.E. 2nd St. ............. ...... . FR 6-7515 KEETER 64 CHEVROLET S.S. Radio heater, automatic 60 METROPOLITAN. 2-door, hardtop, V .

'CARSiOQl 230 W. trans., power steering. . . $3295 $3145 Real Sharp.. . .-. . . . .., $ 545 $ 500
: USED N.W. 13th St. . . .... FR 6-7515 University
.. FR 2-0503 64 FORD Galaxie "500" 4-door
hardtop, 59 IMPERIAL Crown, 4-door hardtop
automatic transmission, radio heater, AT. Full equipment, power. . . a$1095 $1000
power steering, air. . . . . $3295 $3145" .-
:I I 58 .PLYMOUTH 4-door automatic transmission -
64 FORD Galaxie I 500" 4-door sedan
radio, heater .-. . . $ 295 $ 200
f 1i e automatic trans., radio, heater . . $2995 $2 Q 9'J

, 63 PLYMOUTH 4-door sedan. Automatic V SUPER SPECIALS

I trans., air. . . . . . . $2095 $2000

63 CHEVROLET Impala, 4-door hardtop/ '61 FALCON 4-door deluxe automatic trans- $1
PS, PB, automatic trans. . . . $2495 $2445 | /C
mission, radio heater. Sharp. . . . I T J
I 63 VW Combi, like new 8,000 miles. $1595! $1545
60 CHEVROLET Impala, 4-door. Automatic $

a 63 BUICK Special, 4-door wagon . $1795 $1700 transmission, radio, heater, air. . . 1245

j7 .z a ri 63 VALIANT, V-100. 2-door, ST radio. 60 PLYMOUTH 2-door hardtop. Automatic $
V $1695
$1500 .transmission, V-.$, radio heater. . . . 745
'63 OLDS If '61 RAMBLER \\ '57 FORD 62 IMPALA, Super Sport' power steering ,

M Super 4 door sedan like 4 door station wagon Fac Falrlane 2 door hardtop automatic PS, AT. 17,000 actual miles. . . $2195 $2190 59. PONTIAC_ Bonneville, 4-door.hardtop. Fully $1 1 QCequipped
new with factory air condi- tory ar! Power steering automatic transmission radio I . . . . . . . I I 7 J
I transmission. Mater 33,000 miles. 62 IMPERIAL Crown, Full Power. . $3395 $3200 V -

$2995 $1295 $650r 61 OLDSMOBILE, 88 4-door, sedan. Real 59 PONTIAC 4-door station wagon. Fully equip $QQC

: including Olr.--. ., . . . V 7 J
Clean. PS. PB ,R & H. . . . $1395 $1350.

1 60 FORD, Fcirlane "500", 4-door sedan. 58 DODGE 4-d0or sedan. Power steering, brakes, $QQPradio

1 1959 BUICK Electra. 4-door 1961 CHEVROLET 4-door power 1962 CHEVROLET. 4-door stand- AT.R&H.Air. .. . . . . $ 995 $ 945 heater, air. . . . ... . .. . 77J

hardtop radio heater. .. $995 steering, radio and heater, autoard transmission. Radio
matic transmission. Ready togo heater. 0 . . $1295 60 CORVAIR 700. 4-door, automatic 57 PLYMOUTH Automatic transmission, $PylP

: . . .. .. ... $1295 trans., radio, heater. . .. . .'. $ 695 $ 645 radio, heater power steering. 1 owner. . . JT JHawesPowers .
1962 COMET. 4-door standard 1961 FORD Galaxie. 4-door.

transmission, Radio and. 1962 FALCON. 2-door Standard power steering, power brakes.
heater..i.-. .. .. $1295 Transmission Really clean. $1195 Factory Air. Really good $1495
312 N. Main St.
! 1961 COMET wagon Automatic
1959 PLYMOUTH Wagon With 1960 COMET. 4-door. standard transmission, radio, heater. Extra Motor C

r Air. ... .. .. $595 transmission. Radio, heater. $895 Special .. . .. .. $1095 o.

, f.j" CRANE LINCOLN MERCURY- SEE: J. L Smith Frank Gray, Wilbur Slight Mac McCullough, FR 63400I V

l Plymouth-Valiant-Chrysler Imperial-Simca, Sales and Service .

,. _.5 :516 S. MAIN ST. USED CAR LOT PHONE" 376-2425 "We will not be undersold or outtraded"y .


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9ft GaInesville Sun Thursday. May 21.1964, __ .

MISTAKES HAPPEN* Cobra Bites Owner-He's; Near Death I Support and Re-Elect


ON BIRTH LISTING ? MIAMI, Fla., (AP) Shu- antivenom he could be given.It foot blonde said she met Lee house, but. everybody's crazy I COUNTY COMMISSIONER"For

bert D. Lee, 28-year old [ was a matter of time and through a mutual appreciation about something. We had

Mistakes are found in about five per cent of all birth snake hunter, clung to life today hope, they said. of wildlife, animals and planned to start our own ani-
certificates, the State Board of Health said today. while the girl friend who Florence Guiterrez, 32, sped snakes. They planned to mal farm-a serpentarium.Now Continued Progress"
The board's director of vital statistics, Everett H. Wil- saved his life because she 15 miles to a darkened house, i marry, 'she said, ,and had he's in there, dying."
liams Jr., urged new parents to inspect the certificate "heard voices" waited near- broke inside and lugged the I been looking for a house. She .
carefully after it is filled out. 6-fooM, 190 pound frame to knew he kept a Cobra at his The Red Sea "bumpfish" ge* Vote for the man with a PROV-
He said the most common error was misspelling- by.Doctors EN record of experience and
because "I heard home.
said Lee, bitten bya a hospital food living in coral by buttingoff
know-how in the
names. getting job
deadly Cobra Tuesday him say 'Florence. "I know it's crazy to have coral chunks with a bar
"The parents should ask to see the certificate to make ione. (PA Adv.)
night had received all the Tears in her eyes, the 5-, something like that in your buffer on its forehead.
sure all information has been entered correctly before the .-=-
mother leaves the hospital," he said. -

He recommended that mothers sign the actual certificate IT'S .. .."'T-' /I' OPEN 'TIL 9 TONIGHT
rather than a hospital information sheet. /. f r


: y k, OTHER WEEK DAYS 'TIL 5:30 P.M.

Ormandy Chilled FOR I.. 'J" '.'.,<'","' .'

By Noisy Fan ABOUTS" I

Pep Talk up-shaped brief controls,yet allows ; ;, (
A loud air conditioning unit,phony conductor Eugene Orm- freedom of movement. Never binding dip bM: : ;, ; a I

annoyed Philadelphia S y m.,andy last night so much he refused front waist,vertical stretch front panel. Nylon ...j _
to begin the performanceuntil end Lycra Spandex net. White, S-M ; _. ,.
Cuba MakingPreparations a fan above the orchestrawas < $5.95
turned off in Florida Gym

Obviously perturbed Orman-

dy stood on the conductor's BRA SHOWN, t t ? m ;
platform under the raised north '
For War? basketball goal, while Universi-I PADDED, 3.95UNPADDED <\ -
ty; crews tinkered with the .
2.50 .
Sff m ftnrk m'ittttl1 lights until the air conditioning ( : AND BEST
control was located.
HAVANA Cuba warned I Contacted by the Sun just before Lt k.: OFALLgL ii
yesterday that any persons or he left for Daytona Beach
groups attempting ot I land I this morning the noted conductor AT BIG SAVINGS
here would be put to death. said he had no state-
In a front page editorial'ment to make about the inci TO YOU!
Hoy, the official ,
mouthpiece dent. '
the United Party of the Socialist F : FAMOUS MAKEMEN'S
Revolution which generally I "We played there. Regardlessof I
speaks for the government as the conditions we gave as v. i

well, said that infiltrators could good a performance as possible ;,, :' :' .
not expect to escape with jail Ormandy said.
sentences. He explained that he had per

"Our people has decided to formed at the gymnat' before ; (You'll I I Rec nize
treat them as what they are: and "didn't come to criticize : a The Makes on Sight!)
worms, rats, and mosquitoes.Does halls. :!,
anyone make prisoners of "I would hope for better con- EVANS"UNIFORMS J : :.: Orig. 49.95
rats or mosquitoes when he ditions next time," he added. To 99.50
catches them in his house?" The orchestra gave a two- '! 0 )
the editorial asked rhetorically. hour performance last night under ;
d SALE s'
This was the most vigorous sponsorship of the University -
official reaction to reports pub of Florida Lyceum Council. IN 100% DACRON ,
lished abroad that anti-Castro Paid Advertising POLYESTER 14L A<:. : 24. 88 &
groups have landed or were SIZES 8 TO 20 ,
planning,to land in Cuba. There N' : '(Above Left) and 8 99 j
has been no publication or confirmation 6 to 18 (Right) ,I t 29.88

of these reports here, Ii
nor has anyting been published 1 Floor Floor Street Floor
Foundations Uniforms
about military measures to Shop2nd Shop-2nd, Jewelry Shop-

forestall them.It .
was announced in the press
yesterday, however, that artil-
lery practice would be held at EXCLUSIVELY YOURS, ATFoundations . ,
Playa San Pedro, on the north
coast of Pinar Del Rio Pro- ,nazdenPonir ,-

vince. The defense ministry also, 7e6ia( Floor '0,
announced that practice jet Shop2nd
flights would take place over
the three western provinces of
Pinar Del Rio, Havana and SPECIAL EVENT
Matanzas. 'SWIM'

Another announcement pub-. SUITS f
lished was an appeal for immediate j
donations of blood in I .
order "to face any emergency." YOURS, AT WILSON'S 3\Y)
Meetings to build up national ,
preparedness have been taking z.. You'll be prettier than you ever dreamed in your \

place all over the country ,'-J si'r ,...- new Madenform Swim Suits (by the maker of --- .', >-i '
in the few
past days. Last t
.. famous Maidenform Foundation '-
night and ; garments -
secondary .
school students held two large irt' p and you know how those fit!) We've collected 0 0 (

rallies, one in the university itself a whole host of lovely styles for your beach-
the other in the Parque ,. 'y. Get Maidenform
a: ; capades. your Swim i Suit i now
Central downtown.It .
was also announced that '' and maybe by Fall you'll be used ,to being the a \

Raul Castro would address a R 6 sensation of the seaside! (But'we doubt it!) .. 0
mass, meeting in Santiago on ---
Friday night. Observers believethe
first official pronouncementon A. Maidenform's One Piece De- A. 0

the rumored landings may @? '.. ,#1 vastation. Don't wear this for ..0.. .:
,be made then. s swimming unless you don't mind 0 0 '
In Havana there was no no- r-
envious glances. l
ticeable sign of activity, other
than a proliferation of rumors, (Halter neckline plus your own J7'4.41 \

which are hardly unusual here. < lines are the reasons.) In cot- J))) .

More military vehicles than = ton / cotton acrylic / acetate / ..
usual were observed, and the .
y Lycra Span'dex. Blue BJack.
militia guards in front of build: ,
ings were heavier. I Sizes 10 to 16 .................. 18.95 ,:' .: c '

The university was emptier I e"
" than usual as students reported I t B. Maidenform's Demure Siren ,

to their militia battalions. Along i mt Two Piece Swim Suit of 100% ._

with and the other armed essential forces personnel, doctors:i ". Helenca in Green Sea / Blue Sea ,-- l .;,

have been placed on a state of and Black / Gold. '; vci( \ y. dy --

alert. *r Sizes 10 to 16. ................ 27.95 ". o t .

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Library Slates C. Maidenform's Drape Shape ; ,

One Piece Swim Suit. Scandalously B
Two Hours For x : -
r .j attractive. 100%' Helenca '
Story Time IT'S TIME FOR in Firebird Red or Black. : \ \ I

I .. ? Sizes 10 to 16. .......... .. .. 27.95 '
Story Time for children from .
3 to 7 will be held at the Gaines YOUR FAVORITE SALE And Many Other Popular; ; StylesWilson's I
ville Public Library Friday-afternoon ,
from 3:15 to 4 o'clock. "
OF THE YEAR 0' ._ l 4. *
The storytellers will be Miss ... --: r1;
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Alice Haines and Miss Marilyn ::, 4- '"
Ware, students in,the College of ;: : -
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Education at the University of i PECHGLOt;: '

Florida. Their stories will include : .. ...
: "The Wonderful Tar t I -. .. -
Baby,''' "The Tiger, the Bushman n. t
and the Jackal," "Nothingat b
All," and "Mike Mulligan I o/ ; '
and His.Steam Shovel." ,. i

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Pechglo, a most delightful rayon and nylon .,- : ..v." : t f -

combination, feels luxuriously cool and ':, ," : ,,-= _
fresh as a fluff of powder next to the skin. -- A:' t" -, ."

Which' is why so many devotees, who insist .' \, ,

Louts Scafare shrimp on Pechglo panties all year round,wouldn't .' :i'

tastes so good-they dream: of missing these special limited time '.. : ." ;; .: _
cook jt just like t nvm. "
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do their chicken! -
ihey "

Call them; FR 2-6311 (regularly$135 each) _, f ; ._
309 NcWSt 13th S "
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now 3 for only $3.25 -

Ilr '. ., ,
Sizes 4 to 7, in Dawn Pink or Star White. : ,.,- ;:t 2nd' Floor-'.

(Size.B re 5M $1.5. ea h"l1ow"3. for 83.85) .. t N' i i, I, :Sportswear Sh o p.f - : ':) ,

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