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 22, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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System ID: UF00079931:00128
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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WASHINGTON As President Johnson closed his sixth monthin

office Thursday, he stood high in all popularity polls, dominatedthe .
national political scene, and was heavily favored. to win the Burns High Near Fi

presidential election next Nov. 3. ,

Only half a year after the assassination of John F. Kennedy
$ elevated Johnson suddenly from the vice presidency into the

White House, he was firmly in command of the administration Business Ovation
\ had a substantial record of achievement at home, and had not .
.. *
been heavily challenged or set back in affairs abroad.

Both at home and abroad however, the President still was Warned: Of Given AtBreakfast

/ confronted with the two major problems that disturbed the last ; : s'e

; year of Kennedy's life. Rights BillST. -P.. ; ; :3i:;

t In the United States, evidence was mounting that the civil
rights crisis threatened not only social but political stability, and PETERSBURG (AP) .. By JEAN CARVERSun
that its effects reached into almost every state and section. both Haydon Burns charged Thurs- Staff WriterA
.f' Negro and white moderates like Lyndon Johnson seemed to day night that the civil rightsbill 5i standing-room-only crowdof
have but tenuous command of the situation and in Congress pending in Congress "would nearly 300 chanting "We want
there was no resolution of the bitter Senate debate on the Kennedy- make Uncle Sam the personnel :,i High" met the Miami mayor
Johnson civil rights bill. director, controller and general for breakfast here this morn-
I manager of every business in t:
In South Viet Nam most signs pointed to a deteriorating situa- the country." ing.And Robert King High found
tion in the guerrilla warfare between the Communist Viet Cong
"As Burns the
your governor, audience dominated by University -
and the government troops with their American advisers and sup- told crowd of 4.7
a cheering some e- of Florida people, en-
port. The President asked this week for an increased U. S. com- in St. Peters- thusiastic
2,000 supporters a about a number of
mitment of military and economic assistance to South Viet
burg ball park, "I will use every things, particularly the "tragic,
Nam and there appeared to be no immediate threat of a debacle legal process to stop this and laughable Johns committee"which
such as the French suffered a decade ago at Dienbienphu. every other inroad of the federal he vowed he would do

Neither, however, did there appear to be hope, of immediate or government. what he could to abolish."I .
even reasonably quick success in ridding South Viet Nam of Burns was to have breakfast r Js want to take the politicsout
the Communist threat. in St. Petersburg'today and then ti of education," High said.
head out on a central Florida "I want us to have academic
Civil rights and South Viet Nam appeared to many of John- swing that would take him to freedom."

son's supporters and opponents to be the most likely perhapsthe Avon Park, Wauchula, Sarasotaand a And a supporter encouragedfrom
only areas in which he might suffer sizeable setbacks be- Fort Myers, before flying his table at the UniversityInn
tween now and the presidential election, few opponents and vir- home to Jacksonville.He "We don't have it now."
tually no supporters believed that he could be defeated in November again labeled his opponent, High, who was late arrivingand
Mayor Robert King High of Mi- o w spoke for less than half an
ami, the NAACP candidate. hour, bantered a bit about his
Among Republicans however, a determined effort was being
"The position of the NAACP Democratic opponent Haydon
made to link President Johnson to the allegations of influence- ,
candidate on the civil rights bill
J that have been made Robert G. Baker who the
peddling against as is well known," Burns said. "I have just gotten word

,, former secretary to the Senate Democrats was close to Johnson. Then he began an explanation of ---- .- -- ..... ,.. ... from Jacksonville that in a rare
Alternatively, some Republicans hoped at least to show that the his own stand. display of raw courage, Hiding
President helped squelch Senate investigation of Baker's activi He said the bill's fair employ- Burns has said he would de-

III ties. ment practices section will apply 'Hi' for High bate Holley at least once," High

I r Most Democrats seemed to feel that Johnson would easily sur- immediately "every com- said.He
\ vive any setbacks that might reasonably be expected on civil pany having 100 employes or Governor candidate Robert King High, right, got the official Gainesville welcome repeated his criticism ofBurns'
rights South Viet Nam or the Baker affair. Their confidence was more, every labor union, every this morning from Mayor Howard McKinney, center, and University of Florida refusal to debate with
based on his performance since Kennedy's murder last Novem- country club, every social or- Vice President Harry Philpott. Just behind the Miami mayor is his 75-year-old him. High said he hopes to have
ber. ganization" having 100 mem- father, a member of High's campaign team. (Sun photo by Eddie Davis.). funds for a statewide television
bers. hookup tomorrow night and has
I': Johnson not only had compiled a strong record in office but The justice department could sent Burns a telegram asking
I' had stamped his personality upon his office, upon Washington, direct the attorney general to Ballots --r.---- T him to appear with him.
and upon national politics. With evangelical fervor, unflagging en- take any employer into federal :* He noted that this Sunday
ergy.and a practical genius for publicity, Johnson had proclaimed court to answer charges under __. w.. Burns will have an eightpagecolor
himself "President of all the people." the section without a jury trial DeclaredIn newspaper supplementthat
II he said. will cost "as much as my
He wooed business and won much of it, with tax cuts budget "The justice department kp entire first primary did.
cuts, and a rising economy. He appealed to the urban North and would tell every employer how ErrorTAMPA "Aristotle said politics is no
to the liberal left and minority groups of his party, with strong many members of,each race to 'more or less than the manage-
words on civil rights and a highly dramatized "war on poverty. employe and at what wage," (AP-State Republican y ment of public business for the
.He abjured the old Confederacy nqj only to accept the civil rights public good' '
Burns said.. __ _.. Chairman Tom Fairfield High explained.
program but to bury the "dead issues" of its past v If any state, county" or town Brown won two court orders\ "The question for 1964 is whatis

failed to the Thursday which threatened to the public good. for the peopleof
Members of Congress found themselves welcome at the White fully implement '.. .
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Elorlda -
House and high in its occupant's esteem. Labor found its place at bill he said, the federal govern- affect next Tuesday's voting in !
the President's table. Consumers got a new champion (Mrs. Esther ment could withhold from it all 29 counties. : I Ix He said the integrity of a can-
federal funds."I in Lee and Hills- didate is a primary issue.
Peterson) and women to take good administration jobs were sought Judges
am not a bigot," Burns counties ordered elec- "Morality and decency go
relentlessly. The press was called to more news conferences, in borough _
more formats and locales, than ever before in such a short period. said. "I am not a radical. I respect tion officials to change the bal- hand in hand with economy,"
High said. "The real issue is
every man as he demon- lot sections which dealt with
Farmers were promised higher income under a Johnson farm (See BURNS on Page 2)) GOP convention delegates. 1 the kind of destiny this state is
bill passed after the President's personal intervention in Con- Election officials said there was (See HIGH on Page 2))

gress. The elderly got repeated assurances that the KennedyJohnson not time ,to print new ballots,
medical care bill was high on the President's "must" list. So Plan Board certify the voting machines and Ex-Dean

; was a pay raise for federal officials. move them to the voting places.

: Johnson's approach to his office on the testimony of those who Has Rerun Brown, a member of' the un Noble DiesDr.
E l know him well grows from the conviction that he has held pledged GOP National Conven-
i throughout his three decades in Washington that the road to national tion slate claims the ballots C, V. Noble, dean of the
On were manipulated to give ad- University of Florida Collegeof
progress lies in a substantial unity of the interest groups ZoningBy
geographical sections, economic classes and social levels. the vantages to the Barry Goldwater Agriculture from 1950 until
nation. JEAN CARVER slate headed by U. S. Rep his retirement in 1956 died yes-
i William Cramer of St. Petersburg -
/ Sun Staff Writer Mry terday after an extended ill-
V .
Like the current television Although the court orders Dr. Noble 78, of 1228 NW
Growth Requires season, it was rerun time for the were issued in only two coun- 4th St. was an Elder in the
City Plan Board last night. ties, Brown said he would also 'HIGH CHAIR SET FOR HIGH First Presbyterian Church.
s The lengthy session, was primarily seek court action in 29 countiesif Born in 1885 on a Maryland
Vicki, daughter of the J. E. Jones, Flavet III
devoted to matters previously the ballot changes were not farm, he attended Cornell University

Education: Bryant considered by the board, made. and was named an in-
i including the old controversyover The writs asked four changes: (See NOBLE on Page 2))
proposed shopping center insertion of the phrases "official U -

By MEL SHARPE used a similar analogy. We have zoning for the 13th Street prop- presidential preference prima Bolstering
had to for for Sears store ballot;'' "vote for one;" posi-
Gov. Farris Bryant, speakinghere a century prepare erty planned a
last night, said the world the students we now have in last year. (See BALLOT on Page 2))
doesn't need a hot line to Mos- our universities he said. For Proponents Grier Kirkpatrickand Laos OperationsWASHINGTON
cow, but it needs one to the the next 100 per cent increasewe Tom Pierson last night, .
minds of men.Emphasizing. will have 10 years and five through attorney William -
I the changes that years for the third and for the Chandler, said their requestwas (AP) The if diplomacy fails to find a way
are taking place in Florida and fourth 100 per cent increases. for a shopping complex "for WHElmTO start of U.S.. jet reconnaissance .out of the present crisis.
the challenge of meeting these "Our survival. depends not something like a Sears store." Red Events could.develop quickly,
,. changes, Bryant said '"Tomor- just upon us staying abreast, Although it was noted by plan FIND IT Laos flights over be only-the threatened.first, of however, depending on what the
row has dawned before the sun but ahead of the changes in the board members that the land several actions enlarging Amer- Communists decide to do.
has set today. Our one sure re- world around us," he emphasized. the .. 8
in did not encompass requiredfive 0 Comics ican military operations in President Johnson'and"Secre- I
that will never fail us II
source for land Classified .1621O
acres O
officials said
this world of change, other than Dr. Harry M. Philpott University Southeast Asia tary .of State Dean Rusk were I,
next to Kirkpatrick and Pier- Entertainment . 9
the love of God is the educated of Florida vice presi- today. described as still hopeful that
son owned by F. W. Knight said 0 Obituaries . 2
mind a mind that can dent, introduced the governor. Communist ad- diplomatic pressures on the I
that the two areas com- O Opinion Page . .. 4 Faced with ,, sN
grasp the potentials of tomor- Willard M. Fifield secretary- bined would give the O Sports . 11-14 vances posing increasingly seri- Communist powers and the
row." manager of the Florida Agricul- necessary O Women's ... . 5 ous threats to Laos and neigh- prospect. of greater U.S. military -
f About 200 ornamental horticul- tural Research Institute, was acreage.See boring South Viet Nam, U.S. involvement in the area
tural i n d u s try leaders and master of ceremonies.Dr. ( PLAN BD. on Page :2)) policymakers have been consid- would cause the Communists to

members of the University of ering a wide variety of moves, stop their offensive campaign NOBLE
Florida Agricultural faculty against. the forces of the neu-
heard the Florida chief execu- 'FATHER OF H-BOMB' TO GIVE including; tralist Laotian government.. Dr. Thomas

tive's talk at the Florida Farm Strikes against North Viet
Bureau Federal Building.The Nam, dispatch of more air and The reconnaissance flights Due Tribute
PUBLIC LECTURES AT UNIVERSITY were announced by the State
governor made the re- sea power into the area, landingof
marks as guest speaker for the forces in Thailand if the Thai Department Thursday after Pe- On Birthday
fourth of nine commodity meet- Edward Teller, H-bomb Association for CommunityWide government agrees such help is king Radio broadcast a report
ings which comprise the Univer- architect and advocate of a Protection from Nuclear Y 4 necessary, and direct military that Communist Pathet Lao Dr. W. C. Thomas, Gaines-
sity of Florida's Operation toughened national civil de- Attack.He intervention in Laos itself. troops had fired on two U.s. jet ville's senior practicing physi-
DARE. DARE is a program being fense program, gives two pub- 3r planes flying over the Plaine cian, will be honored by a special -
makes the
also keynote Further will be ordered, des Jarres.
directed by Dr. E. T. York lic lectures at the University tribute Sunday at Alachua
of address for the Florida Civil officials said, if the situation
Jr., University of Florida provost 5. Defense Conference meeting on deteriorate.In The State Department said General Hospital. The occasionis
for agriculture, to "Deve One of the small group of the campus on the same day. continues to the United Slates had undertaken his 73rd birthday.
lop Agricultural Resources Ef men who started the atomic The"conference brings over 200 another development, not the reconnaissance flight in Friends of Dr. Thomas will
fectively." energy effort in America, he civil defense specialists representing necessarily .connected with the response to' a: request from the unveil a portrait of him at 3:30
"DARE is so fitting for FlorIda made major contributions to counties and state agen- Laotian :crisis, a Navy carrier Lao government.A p.m, in the hospital cafeteria.
at this time" Gov. Bryant the development of atomic cies. He will address the squadron has left the Indian The painting was done by Ray-
said. "Dr. York and his staff weapons and the hydrogen civil defense leaders on "The :> Ocean and rejoined the 'main spokesman declared that mond Kinstler of New York.
have grasped the significance of bomb. At present he is con- Weakest Link in Our'Prepared- body of the U.S. 7th Fleet in the the information gained from the Dr Thomas has been a prac-
'r 'the rate of change in the world cerned with the peaceful application ] ness-Civil Defense" at a noon Pacific, it was learned today.It flights would ,be turned over ticing physician for 48 years,
with. this program," he said. of nuclear explosives.Dr. luncheon in the Student Service brings to three the force of both to the Laotian governmentand 39 of them in Gainesville. It
"We have had 130 years to Teller speaks on "Deci- Center. big attack carriers in Far Eastern to the International Control has been-'said of most natives
prepare for the first 100 persons sions For Survival" next .Friday waters. Commission, formed by India, Gainesville that Dr. Thomas
per square mile in our night in the University Dr. Teller is" currently the .Q Canada and Poland. The com- either delivered them, or treat-.
state," he said. "We will have Auditorium. The 8:15 p. m. University of California's professor Officials said they were not mission_has the task of super- ed them or members of their
only 10 years to prepare for the talk is sponsored by the Uni- of physics at large. :He ., certain how quickly the .confrontation visjng the international agreement families."
_pext 100 persons." versity's Public Functions and has served on the faculties of in Southeast Asia under which Laos was All _are invited to attend the
: Touching on education, he Lectures Committee and the .(See TELLER on Page _2)) TELLER 'would reach a showdown stage neutralized in 1962. ceremony. nn .

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2 Gainesville Sun Friday; ,. May .22,. 1964_ ::

I : JayceesOK 'PaynesPt.airje Weather RoundupZONES eft [ ar.. et{ 11

I LakeThe B '
S1r ( Clara Jeanette Willey, BROOKER. Funeral services
3 t1' i'riI d\: I 79, DeLand, died yesterday at for Mrs. Florence E.

Gainesville Jaycees last : CII the J. Hillis Miller Health Cen- Brown, 76, who died Wednes-

night unanimously endorsed a day in a Starke nursing home,
million proposal to convert B C E F G Generally fair 1"I ter.She
$ was born in North Troy, were scheduled today at 3 p.m.
Paynes Prairie into.a lake. through Saturday. Low tonight Vt., and was a Methodist. Her at the Worthington Methodist

'At weekly meeting, the civ- in 60s, high Saturday i eUlalole.IUCII survivors include her husband,. Church, with Rev. J. E. McKinley -
ic group got behind the project 84 to 94, mostly easterly 5 to '0'I' Stacey W., DeLand. Funeral and Rev. Lloyd Hampton

being pushed by County C o m- 15 mile winds. \ services will be in Craftsbury, officiating.
A-partly cloudy and E
warm through (
missioner Edgar Leo Johnson. Saturday. Isolated afternoon and \ ___\ __ Vt. Burial was to be in Elzey

The Commissioner is urging evening 66 to 72.thundershowers.high Saturday (4 Low to 94.tonight. ...'" ,' \..._.. MILES MCDOWELLMiles Chapel Cemetery under the direction .
the state the D-Fair through Saturday. Low .to I, \. \
that buy prairie- .
and Brannon
night 65 to 70. high Saturday 82 to I of Wilson
P z ; ___ which is an old lake bed, raise 88 Easterly 10 to IS mile winds. ._v \ I IG S. McDowell, 70, 1335 Funeral Home, Lake Butler.
U. S. highway '441 and flood the H I-Scattered showers mainly In. -, NE 6th Ter., died Wednesdayat
;vQI pI late night and morning hours through v. ', f.i Mrs. Brown was born in Brad-
& A ', entire area., Saturday. Low tonight 70 to 76. High., his home.A .
and the widowof
_], 2' y Saturday 82 to 86. Easterly 10 to11 _- native of Danville, Ky., he ford County was
4 ) mile winds. She had lived
Funds for this and other con- H. O. Brown.
K-Few scattered showers through had lived here for 10 years. He
c servation and recreation plans' Saturday. Low tonight around 76. was an architect a veteran of all her life in the Brooker.Lake
high Saturday 85. Northeast and east
r-- may become available through 10 to 18 mile winds. ;;t.: World War I and a member of Butler area and was a memberof
bonds paid for out of a new CEDAR KEY TIDES .. the Presbyterian Church. the Wwthington Methodist
Saturday High at 12:09 a.m. and
1'1 ____ state' tax on recreational items 11:" ajn. Low at 5-53 am_ and. 6:37 : Funeral services will be at 10 Church.
on w .n pm.
such 'as swim suits. Sunday High at 12:54 a.m. and TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE a.m. tomorrow in Williams- Survivors include two daugh
Foster Fathers Currently, however, the tax 12:11 p.m. p.m. Low at 6:27 a.m.' and 7:12 H L Prep Thomas Funeral Home with ters, Miss Iris Brown and Mrs.

: I is being challenged as invalid ALMANAC Jacksonville I 91 65 Rev. William Shea officiating. Louise' B. Coggin, Jacksonville;

I Parents and teachers let their hair down last night during hi-jinks. at the. in the courts. Sunset Sunrise today tomorrow'"..................... 5:32 7.20pm.am,. ,Miami Tampa 81 92 77 70 Burial will be in Barancas National two sons, Joe W. Brown, Ridge-
I Atlanta 84 63
Stephen Foster Moonset tomorrow......,. 403am. Cemetery. Williams- land, S. C., and Louie Brown,
Follies. Hiding under wigs and awaiting curtain calls New Orleans 93 65
mops Full Moon ..... ............ May 26 Boston 44 53 Thomas is in charge. Jacksonville two sisters, Mrs.
were (from left) 'VarrenOgletree Foster PTA member Wendell More About ;
; Kilpatrick, The bright star nearest 'the Moon to New York 71 52
I principal of the school and teacher Don Lewis. (Sun Photo by Tommy Lewis) night above Is the Spica Moon; the Is Arcturus.bright star And well the WashingtonChicago 85 75 65 57 Survivors include his widow, Mary L. Green, Brooker, and
Margaret H.; two daughters Mrs. C. C. Strandberg, Melrose
"star" in the southeast at moonset Is Kansas City 90 71 ,
Teller the planet Saturn.GAINESVILLE. Denver 83 54 Mrs. David C. Eisendrath, Chicago -and four grandchildren.
86 67
Ft. Worth
Laos ChiefRejoined WEATHER Los Angeles 79 ,5.5 and Mrs. James D.
Baptists Reject -Municipal Airport readings Seattle 57 44 Schwarz, Dallas, Tex.; and a Gainesville Sun

I From Page 1 for 24 hours to 8 a.m. today: MARINE FORECAST brother, Charles R., Lexington,
o High 91 at 2 p m., low 61 at Va. Published evenings except .
By EAST GULF: Easterly winds 8 to Saturday, and Sunday mOrnIngs -
OI George Washington Universityand 5, 6 a.m. No rain. 15 knots through Saturday. Fair. by the Gainesville Pub-
the University of Chicago. lishing Company at 101 SE
800 Troops He was a member of the Five-Day ForecastTemperatures Rap S. Africa 2nd Place Gainesville Florida,
General Advisory Committee' and entered as second class
,By DON MCKEE ticipation in demonstrations for UNITED NATIONS matter at the Post Office at
of the Atomic ,
Energy Commis-
I ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) civil rights and support of the VIENTIANE, Laos (AP) sion from 1956 to 1958 are expected lahassee to 69 at Miami and 75 (AP-The) U.N. NV'I Gainesville. Florida.

-Southern baptists have rejected -civil rights bill pending in the Gen. Kong Le, hard pressed helped establish the andt't average around normal during at Key West. No important day decolonization denounced South' CIRCULATION RATES BY

an endorsement of Senate. I commander of the Laotian neu-: second nuclear weapons labor-:'the fi e-day period ending to. day changes were forecast. Africa Thursday for blocking I CARRIER MAIL

church integration and left the The conventions, nold-ng: tralist army, reportedly has atory at Livermore, Calif,'' The normal I A few widely scattered showers U.N. efforts to lead South West I 1 Week .45.
t issue up to member churches. sepatate meetings, both planned been reinforced by 800 troops serving as director from 195! I Wednesday. hi8hnjwere predicted daily with most Africa to' independence and: 3 Mos. $5.85All .
who fought through Communist range from 86 to 88 with the around one-half called.
areas getting the :
to take up proposals opposing : to 1960. a threat to mail subset iptions mu't
"It is conviction that the
final solution our to these problemsmust any change in the U.S. Constituticn -, the lines Plaine to rejoin des him Jarres.southwest oi' Dr. Teller had a persona I' lows varying from 63 at Tal inch of rain during the'period.. international peace. be paid in advance. '

come In the local level,'' because of the school part in the events surrounding I Member of Audit Bureau of

said a policy statement adopter prayer conroversy.: I Military sources said the SOC the famous letter from Albert Prehistoric Circulation.

Thursday by messengers (delegates Both groups, together wth: had been cut off southeast oi Einstein to President Franklin.' Albert Is BackAren't elephants, rhinos men and hunted i: All material contained herein h
hippos in
five other Baptist denominations -Kong Le's abandoned command L Roosevelt resulting in the establishment the property of the Gainesville
J ) to the Southern Baptist the
green thickets along the Jordan -! Publishing! Company (c) 1964. Re-
job in a post at Muong Phanh last week- of the Los Alamo production In whole or In part Is
Convention Protestant program
largest River
end when the Pathet Lao Scientific Laboratory where the You Albert? in the now barren j: strictly forbidden without the written
celebrating their 150th an- .
body in the United States.In Jordan Valley. I permission of the publisher.AIR
niversary: to ay. launched an offensive that swept' first atomic bomb was develop ,
conrast, the American A block of Deep South ministers the neutralists from the strategic -ed. Albert, the University of Flor- They dumped him in a near.

(Northern) Baptist Convention! led the light against Southern plateau 110 miles north-I Along with a number of the ida's missing mascot alligator, by pond.

was expected to approve a convention endorsement of east of Vientiane. ,world's leading scientists, he was triumphantly returned to

resolution toady calling for par-churches that open their doors Informants wfio saw Kong Le 'contributed to the development the campus today :amidst fanfare to Later whether, speculation the chained arose alligator as-

t" Negroes, :!s recommended by Thursday said he was in good I of the first U. S. atomic bomb. and enthusiasm.. Albert.
the convention's Christian Life spirits and intended to remain Today Teller says, "It was Or, at least, a 7-foot alligator was Apparently /
More About Commission.The with his battered forces. There necessary and right to developthe resembling the mascot nobody was sure.

commission also proposed had been speculation that he atomic bomb. It was unnecessary -apparently stolen last Marchwas But today the UF announced -

Plan Bd. a pledge "to support the laws might come to the capital of Vi and wrong to bomb) returned today by Florida it had Albert back.
. Game and Freshwater Fish SO.L!
entiane. He was said to have retreated Hiroshima without specific
I designed to guarantee the legal
with warning." Commission officials. Not only did the University
only remnants of r
1 From Page! 1 rights of Negroes. It would four battalions, which originally A native of Hungary, Dr. Shortly after Albert was removed -report the chained alligator definitely To Be Held At
have called outhern
..... on Baptiststo Albert but wild- '
was On Archer Road
totaled about 1,600 men. Teller became a U. S. citizenin I from a cage in the mid ,
After Planning Director David "give themselves to"the decisive A government spokesman said I 1941. He was a member of I dle of the Florida campus, an life officials said they had fish-

Godschalk said that ,the defeat of racism. two armored battalions dug in a group of European scientists alligator was found chained to ed the same Albert out of the SUN. MAY 24
city's land use master plan call I dorsement Attacking of, the'as possible c"1 ,.'-'en-'*.. OIl the northwest fringe of the who came to this country during -a flagpole at rival Florida State pond. I. ,
ed for residential professional plain at Muong Kheung had I the period between World University in Tallahassee. No one was apparently per I Gate Opens 10 A.M. Main Show at 2K .
bill the Rev. James Middleton
I zoning in the area*, the board ; :counterattacked: the Reds. He Wars I and II. As Teller puts' Wildlife officials, apparentlynot turbed by the lack fo certainty,
tabled both the Kirkpatrick- of Shreveport. La, \ said fighting was still going on,it"We all escaped Nazism and up-to-date on collegiage? alligators -even when wildlife officer Harry Sponsored by .'
t Pierson and Knight requests tion of a substitute policy state- Wednesday night. Communism after having had treated the chained animal Chapin claimed, "We/re sure The North Central Florida Jump Club

<(< The board agreed to study the ment.. ... ? __ Military-!: ,sources believed I la horrifying look at a world routinely. it's Albert. We asked him." Co-Sponsored by /
His. ..staten1en Southern +
I land fronting 13th Street all the tfohg Lei might try to withdraw that was not free." 'i;:: ,Alachua County Sheriff '
way from 8th to 16th, A yenugs Bap'its i "fully recognize the to. Vang.:Vieng, a highway center While teaching at GeorgWashington"University Reserve Force ,
for possible rezoning business dignity of every human being- -jteftthsitithvest:, 'he 'de. More About

: !J professional to follow the land. and added ''''We would urge Neutralist Premier Souvanna cided to devote his energies to 'cT"

p ;: use plan, including land adjacent every Southern Baptist and Phouma has expressed fear that L the development of nuclear
1 I to Kirkpatrick and Pier. every church _to earnestly pray Vang Vieng, only 60 miles north weapons rather than concen- NobleFrom
'H son's already zoned shopping and work thatjjeacefuljChristian:; of the capital, would be the next L trating entirely on problems of ;

center use. solutions may be, found in all] target'of..the'Reds.lIore fundamental physics.He Page 1
t Plan board member John the racial relationships acing is noted for his outspoken / $100
I', DeGrove noted that the board the world today." testimony: before Congressional structor in farm managementthere Brooker, Zack Savage, A. H. 1st1t

I was not "holding out" for:prime The convention cannot bind its About ,committees concerned with national -I. before he graduated.In Spurlock, J. R. Greenman andH.

residential zoning use for the actions on member churches; it defense policies. 1920, Dr. Noble receivedhis G. Hamilton.The : GIFT CERTIFICATES
While Ph. D. He continued on family requests that con
t 1 highway frontage. can only recommend. HighFrollt on the University of
Florida the Cornell faculty until comingto tributions to the First Presby-
J "We want zoning that will not I campus, Dr. Teller will From BELK LINDSEY
speak to a physics colloquium Florida in 1926 to organizethe terian Benevolent Fund be

t downgrade allow the profitable residential business area [More About Page 1 Friday afternoon on "The Mag- Department of Agricultural made instead of flowers. Donated by

I' "yet netic Monopole." His two public Economics in the Experiment Williams Thomas Funeral '

plained.development, De Grove ex-! headed.for and.who is charting. lectureswill include ques- Stations. .. Home is in charge. :F The North Central, Fla. Jump Club :
BallotFrom : this destiny', ._ tion and. answer periods. I He directed extensive studies .
In other action last the
t board agreed to hold a night special: He outlined! philosophy= ? of i I aimed at increasing marketing 'Fined $200 ,L To Be Awarded By Drawing \
t his "new movement"politics, More About efficiency of fruits and vege-
session next Tuesday to reconsider : SUNDAY MAY 24 AT 3 P.M.
I Page 1 saying he felt the people of tables. I
the liquor ordinance'stanc dis For Incident
t Florida were sick of obscenity Dr. Noble was' named As-
J requirement for locating tioning of the slates and their in politics. Burns sistant Dean in 1944, 'and Associate AT STENGEL FIELD

liquor stores near churches. levers so as not to confuse the High charged that the pres' Dean in 1947. Involving Adlai (From Advance Ticket Sales Only)
J 1 Special consideration was ,also ent political system He member of Phi '
voter; and positive identification makes the was a
i J requested by the Boys Club that one slate has no preference -governor a lobbyist for the peo I I Kappa Phi, Pi Gamma Mu, the DALLAS (AP) Robert E. I I
t for protection from expansion other. ple who gave him to : From Page 1 American Association for the Hatfield, a young salesman who it l ADMISSIONS I
,I "r. ... t'\I.tltYA ...f Ar ..1rAh7.. t'\ovi and the prefers ""'t..:_ =_ __ _,__money.. run. o A.I.._______.. ri_!____ H, ___L =_ AIlS L"n_____'_ S..__ _
I u. t'.b'- .VA'- "'''UJ U"'A' Goldwater. ims is an election, nor an ztuvaisceustiii. oi science: me :Spiu: ill ofiUliU: ,)i.eyvii'jsi: :) l lt:
to the club to a bar. Godschalk Circuit Judge Archie Odom of auction," High said. strates respect for himself. As American Economic Associa- and called him a traitor, was } ADVANCE PER

was instructed to work with the Lee County told officials to He closed his talk with a defi- mayor,of as governor, I will not tion, the American Farm Eco- found guilty of aggravated as- $2 50

city attorney to study the Boys change the ballot, or lock the nition of his statement that he tolerate violence in the streets, nomic Association, the In- sault on a policeman yesterday. TICKETS 0 CARLOAD

Club complaint. machines and supply paper ballots believes in treating people fair: I will not tolerate the ternational Conference of Agricultural Jurors assessed a $200 fine as '
Members of the board noted or ignore the changes and ly. throwingof Economists, the National punishment.The ;: GENERAL ADMISSION AT GATE- .

that the ordinance was thoroughly appear before him to show Quoting from Thomas Wolfe's bricks or firebombs. I Association of Marketing neatly dressed, 22yearold i\\ 1.00 Adults 50c Children 12 &
j discussed at three plan cause. "You Can't Go Home Again," "I know Mr. High is not a Ne- Officials, the Association of. Hatfield told a reporter after 'under
board meetings, including a Judge Roger D. Flynn of Hills- High drew the crowd to its feet gro," Burns said. "You know Southern Agricultural Workers, the verdict: "I am innocent Get Advance Tickets Now From
public hearing and that the City borough County told officials to for a standing ovation with his and the Florida State Horti- of the charges."
Mr. High is not a Negro. But I ; Local Merchants ,
Commission also held a public make the ballot changes or appear -notation, "To every man, his cultural Society. Hatfield was charged with I' r
hearing before the ordinancewas before him 'at noon Monday chance." 'I think you would like to know. Rev. U. S. Gordon will of- assault on a Dallas policemanwho Js Limited ::

ever adopted.* I to show cause why they re- High's father, Lester, 75, who what he promised the radical ficiate at funeral services to- escorted the U. N. ambassador -

The first phase,site plan of a came from Tennessee to help Negro leaders in order to get I morrow at 11 ajn. in the First after Stevenson's United ,
shopping complex on 16th Ave fuse.The counties where Brown him campaign, accompanied the NAACP endorsement for the Presbyterian Church in Gaines. Nations Day Speech Oct. 24 at \ ;;

nue across from Highlands said ballots had been manipulated -him to Gainesville. From here first time' in the of ville. Burial will be in Ithaca, he city .auditorium.
Presbyterian Church near Carol were: Baker, Brevard Clay, the group will go to Marianna, history the New York. He admitted spitting on'Stev-

Estates subdivision was approved -I, Charlotte, Citrus, Collier] Flag-' :I.state of Florida that: 'they. have Survivors'include: his wife, enson. and calling,him a traitor,

for Investment Proper! ler, Hardee Hendry, Hernando, Fire Station ever endorsed a'white man for Mrs. Beatrice Wood Noble;'.'p ,e denied any assault on

ty Builders Inc. lillsborough, Indian River, governor.: one daughter, Mrs. Grace N. jliceman.
I who Jackson Jefferson Lake Lee Nettle of Gainesville; two sons, 10
Bill Pinner, was an put- ,
4 Bids Opened "The. bloc vote that surprisedthe Frank W. of Bethesda, Md. _
spoken spokesman for Carol Manatee, Martin, Nassau, Oka- ; Paid Advertising -
I Estates residents who fought the loosa, Okechobee, Osceola, Pasco entire state i in the first primary -Robert V. of Gainesville, .one THRILLING ACTS .
I developers' compromise propo- Polk, Putnam Santa Rosa, Guy Cleveland ConstructionCo. when 90 per cent of themin brother, Alfred H. of La Jolla.
J sal for a garden apartment buffer : Seminole, St.Johns_ and Walton. was apparent low bidder every county of the state Calif.; one sister, Mrs. GraceN. Starring World Famous
area that was denied last with yesterday's base bid of turned out, they will be out in : Chipley of Bokeelia. Bob Nance and Bill Adams
34,964 for ,a new' fire station. even larger numbers on Tues Pallbearers will be:. Dr. J.I Acrobats Stunt -
month by the plan board, assured Flying
J the last that Pope Proposal; The four bids on the project day," Burns said. "The future of Wayne Reitz, Dean .Marvin A. ,
group night Airplane & Auto
4 were opened yesterday. T h ey the state of Florida is at stakeat ---- I
the residents "don't have to .VATICAN: : CITY CAP) _, Re- will be referred to the City the polls next Tuesday."I I DisplaysCOME
shop there. ,liable Vatican sources said,'today *' Commission for action. We Have the MONEY : 4 EARLY
Richard Breeder, representing ,,as'your candidate for j ..
I Pope Paul VI witt. .sooa Other bids were from Brown governor -
the Miami firm, said the create a mmission to reform Construction- Co. with a base know that you will'do that If YOU Have the NEED ; SEE IT ALL

first phase of the shopping center -!and .m der J Ze. ,the curia, central -price of $97,372; Tassmari. Construction which must be done that we together I
includes an A and P grocery administration of the Co., $96,600 and Triest can save this state from YOU CAN, GETALOANOF

I store and several small stores. Roman Catholic) :.Church. .Construction=-= Co., $85,508. that caliber of leadership." I

: I: Support:! and 'Re-Elect- ,,. I

J r: .r: -. : CLAUDE BRANDON ( 25 to -600 ,, ." 0'--.,-).

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t SPEAKER: _.:. And It's Confidential 8e/L '

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i ::: New' Comers DiscussisonT '-'-:; .:: ->- Candidate"Vote Marion Finance (0. ,

i TOPIC- : for the with THE STORE WITH MORE. .
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WhjrBecome-a-UnitiriaiF.. : : recQrd .representing the interests Home Town Folks Serving Home Town Folks GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER
I of ALL the people. (Pd. Adv.) 218 W. Unir. Aye. FR 6-5333 1302 NORTH MAIN STREET :

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I; (tfnrzUillc iun THE; .., Europe! / .1in the Sp \ling\ \ :

JOHN' R. H.VRBlSOV. President ndPmblUheri \ By WALTER UPPIVLfiNN And so, though the Rriod of < major electnn\ In the>
I, PAT COWLES. Vice Fre SOUTH In two of-the three capitals I have just been visiting in Western Alliance will la$ until th1 end. of next jearr it Is
4 deBt ED JOHNSON. Vies Freiidenf f' London and ta' Bonn, there is a political pause until the com already as certain as suc things be that Presitent John
) FIoridarBeanliful .i'' EBBR80rE"Ioe'sad Executive Editor Pm16V W. G..r(Bill A--) ,ing elections produce a government which has an affective son will be elected and thU the priicipai| figures h whomhe

'UJ versityCJt1. .,t- I. rcHUtnr' DtrecUn BOB TABTAGLIONE mandate. Sir .Alec Douglas-Home and Dr. Ludwig Erhardare will be dealing are Chiles} de daulle, Harold Wlson and
: Vie' PreMent M* CirtmUTHE. By RALPH McGILtPubtter preoccupied with the coming elections. Ludwig Erhard. .
I Friie Wimiag PablisherOf
(iou Mnfe tb. AUaat, (6a.) c..uhnt.. The British government can take no lead and can makeno Granted that nothing is olutely' certain as a1] of us
i : .SUN'S POLICY commitments since in all likelihood there will be a Labor remember who went wrong\n the Truman-Dewey ejection
/; 'Kooks'Challenge government by October. While it must react to Nasser and of 1948 granted that then could be catastrophies whichare
it \ft, 1.. Report' the"'news:,fulr/.. and impartially in.1tie news columns.i Sukarno, it can doso( only within the grooves of old and now unforeseen and unfoiWeable, and allowing fOI\\acts
1' :1" 2 stheop1nonsof'} the' Sun in--but only m..-editorial: established policies. Chancellor Erhard, though he is said to of God, these are the four feds of government who will
1 \ 3. PlbIiall) rjfdttf of'important controversial issues., be very popular in Germany, has yet to win an election in have the leading parts in the WeLrn Alliance.I .

I :\ *kTFYe> '$ ,teleph'oncs: AII 'Departments-372-8441' his own right Like President Johnson in the weeks after
Nov. 22 he is much aware that be is in i
standing anotherman's FOUND NO EVIDENCE Germany that the Social
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The GOPGovernor Dr. Konrad Adenauer's shoesL Democrats expect to defeat Dr. Vhard, and no great gusta
J' for trying to defeat him. There A no substantial difference .'
i '. --11 1 Nelson Rocke- ONLT IN FRANCE do people take it for granted that Gen. in foreign policy between the Soc'Democrats and the Eft
Conflicts of Interest feller's upset of the polls, national Charles Gaulle's authority is good for some years to come. hard-Schroeder Christian Democrats General De Gaulle has
'.. and local, in the Ore- They do this on the assumption that the general's health is not wooed the West Germans awa)\ rom the Atlantic Alliance -

; The'recurrinjr<<:(problem: of conflict get these programs. gon primary provides the con- unimpaired by his recent operation.I and the Franco-German man\ge which he and Dr.
of interest bnt parkof government servatives of the Republican was interested to find when I was: in Paris that the most Adenauer celebrated has not been pnsummated. An the
difficult qiesfki of an authoritarian jgcvcnuicnt. has L i Germans I saw were almost I would excessively
Party with incentive to do embarrasjbgly, say -
officialg? has arisen again. Several\ This is "no man's land" in .
a television
This is the of the '
question succession in
something about California.Mr. case depcr- !:nt r n the L1'; : \ ". T '' ;2 citton -
': Republican. igressmerr have: requested ;. Congress has not granted the Richard Nixon who general is displaced.] The prime minister, Georges Pompidou, of Gen. Dwight Eisenhower's suggestion that our six

t an inve atlgatlon:. ot the Fed' FCC specific authority to regulate wrestled mightily with Senator has been acquiring great strength and is unmistakably the divisions in Germany should be reduce causes acute depression

eral Communi cation1 C mmission'sdecision' these systems. The FCC has acted,, Goldwater for third next in line. There appears to be no likelihood of a controversy and dismay. \

in'"the'!Austin,TV case. however, to protect stations from place in Oregon recently among the Gaullists about the succession. In domestic affairs, there is in West Getnany, as there Is
described the danger to the all over Western Europe, a strong: anti-MaLst tendency on
I this kind of
competition party in California as com the left. The German Socialists and the British Socialists
Y The TCChas made-a' decision that authority to regulate transmissionof ing from "The Kooks and BELOW OLYMPUS By iniond have the same fundamental view, which ii that the issue

r j has the(effect1t?protecting; the financial microwave beams. Nuts." We" all are indebtedto between them and the conservatives and 1beraIS is not

interest'a ,oft the family oft Mr. Nixon fpr the phrase whether to nationalize industry. The issue is Vow to adjust

t President LyndonvB") : Johnson. There The FCC has required, in some that seems best to describethe ( industry to the technological revolution) which s only in its
; screeching extremism of early beginnings. On this basic issue Marxisu throws no
i is Indication i ithat commission's! cases where it wanted to
no protect a
the whatsoever. For Marx before \
political right as massedin t light wrote long \he present
decision'' was- consistent' withi pre local television station, that broad- California. I technological revolution began. So British and Gernan Social-

\'ious-decisions': tin similar cases,. or casts of piped-in network programsbe Senator Goldwater has ists have shed Marxism almost entirely, even in ttfcjr slogansand

I, that thee cisian would have been delayed. welcomed this form of extremism altogether in their thinking and their intentions.IN .

It r different if'any :other principals- had! as, in the South, he
.1 has accepted endorsement of BRITAIN, the Conservative government has cently
I, been involved, and' a> congressional'' The competitors in presenting the racist groups and tfie converted itself to the idea of planning the national ec amy,

investigation is highly unlikely. these programs in Austin are TV Southern style "kooks." It is and its intellectual differences with Harold Wilson's c\ rent

., Stilltthe FCC is in an'uncomfortable Cable of Austin, Inc., and the Capital well that the conservatives of Labor Party policies are not very distinct. One mightXalso

,1 position when it is required to>settle Cable Co. The Capital Cable Co. the Republican Party are say, I think that the argument is not about what shalibedone .'.

a dispute in" wtiictt the financial interests avoids FCC regulation because itdoesn't concerned lest the party fall but about who can do it.
into thehands of its radical In Germany, the Social Democrats I talked with argOid
I of the" President's family are use microwave beams to extremists. They would, as fervently for the necessity of private enterprise and of pn>
: involved. bring in its programs. Instead it the senator from Arizona ; = Yll- vate capital investment. Moreover, we must remember tha\

\ uses the more costly method of pick- must know, unhesitatinglycast France before General De Gaulle had already developed an1

I The FCC is;an independent agency. ing up broadcasts from outside stations him into exile once they advanced socialized economy. It has not become less socialized .
II gained control of the party under the general. For his prejudices and pre-concep-
But its clears and distributing the
budget through'
: programsto and he failed in any degreeto tions are basically aristocratic and conservative and as such
:: White House;. its chairman serves at homes through cables. (Its receiving conform to their radical he has no affection for the kind of laisse-faire system whichIn

,. i: the President's'pleasure, its members antenna is placed, by agreement, objectives and the strained this country masquerades as conservatism.All .
won't! continue to serve after their on top of the Johnson TV tower.) TV dogma of their beliefs.IN this has a critical bearing upon the main theme of

present terms unless they- are reap;;, Cable ,of Austin, Inc. brings in its European international politics and on the general position
THIS CONNECTION it down of ideology and dogmatic doctrine is a necessary condi-
pointed by the President programs by microwave beams and is almost incredible (and tion for what is going on. This is the opening of Eastern

is subject to FCC regulation, which somehow sad) that President jt fQr fJ6tI1jz MtJ Europe to the West and of Western Europe to the East in

The problem of conflict ofr?interest requires it to delay broadcasts for Eisenhower has not spokenout "It's some silly obsession about reaching middle short, the breaking of holes through the iron curtain. '

in this case is similar to that in! 15 days of all programs shown on in behalf of Governor age and soon becoming a senior: citizen!" (To be continued)
Rockefeller in the California
( many other cases' of; high government KTBCTV.TV .
primary. There are but two
t officials who have business in names on the ballot in that WHAT VOTE MEANS TO CIVIL RIGHTS BILL IChoosingJWhat
terests. There is no simple way to Cable asked the FCC to waive state Senator Goldwaterand -

solve such problems. If' a high official this "blackout" on the ground that Governor Rockef e r.

is compelled to sell,his interest the Johnson family station exerts The mind boggles at the pros- See in I
of continued to Maryland
pect silence from
l: f in a business on taking office, he control over its pipe-in-rival, Capital
man who proclaimed from
r"" 'L1_ m'L_ Th'i1UJt .. .. _
may DC requires to suiier a heavy '- :. xae uonnson lamiiy iirm rias the rostrum in San Fran- -
financial loss. If he does sell' his an option to buy 50 per cent of Capital cisco's Cow Palace the crusade STrro fork &imt* that It seeks to convey to the agencies of racial discrimination the "bad image" created by

shares in a firm with' which,.he hast Cable.l ,. of "Modern Republican- \ public. So far as the bipartisan in the exercise of this his bluster "at the door" of
long been associated does this *.. .. -- -: .., ... .--' -"-- ._. .. ism" after being nominated By ARTHUR KROCK leadership in favor of the choice. If the Republicans of the University of Alabamaand
sever i in 1956. WASHINGTON- "Men easily bill is concerned, doubt is Implicit California reject the Senator's his inglorious retreat
his interest-in seeing that the firm The FCC, by a 6 to 0 vote, held Is Senator Goldwater Mr. believe what they wishto in the decision to await presidential candidacy, therefrom, only the solid Negro

j prospers? :cn a' lifetime of, business *. that the Johnson company does not Eisenhower's image of modern believe," wrote Julius Cae- the result. of the Republican the consequence may well be vote in Baltimore city and (

I association be ended by' a formal retirement -ri j control Capital Cable. This is a technical Republicanism? (Politics sar in Book m. of his nara- presidential preference primary that Republican senators who the Montgomery County sub-
:' ?, '1} ruling-based on the fact thatI produces moments of cyni- tive of the Gallic war, and in California before at- are now fence-sitters on cloture urbs of Washington prevented -
the cism.) The writer recalls ask- the comments made here to- tempting to invoke cloture to and-or the philosophy of him from getting the
T I option to buy stock of ,
| Capital ing a veteran Washington political day on the outcome of Tues- bring the measure to a vote. the equal rights bill will I Democratic presidential preference
This conflict of interest problem is Cable, hasn't been invoked. The option writer, after the crash- day's Maryland Democratic And the outright opponentsof climb down in the number required of Maryland over

growing with the increasing influenceof could still be used. ing cheers and the high deci- primary demonstrate anew the legislation fully realize to effect both of these President Johnson, for whom

the federal government on the 4 bels of massed bands that the eternal truth of that ob that the capture by Gov. objectives of the bipartisan his opponent of record, Sen.

economy. It is difficult to' find' a (r The FCC ruling also took into greeted Mr. Eisenhower's servation. Rockefeller of California's del- leadership.BUT Brewster, was the acknowledged -
promise of a crusade for Supporters of the pending egates to the Republican Na- stand-in.
account the fact that TV
capable executive who has had no Cable had modern Republicanism had equal rights bill asserted tional Convention could supply THIS WILL not dispela
connection with government-influenc earlier agreed to the 15-day 'broad somewhat subsided what he that the 43 per cent of the to- the votes of Republican threat to the American so- WALLACE CARRIEDa

ed business to serve in the govern- casting blackout, which it now seeksto thought about it. He looked tal party vote cast far Gov. senators that are needed to ciety implicit in the protests large majority of the white

ment. The government needs men avoid. The FCC contention is that thoughtfully upward at the Wallace of Alabama would impose cloture. against the hard core of the Democrats, against the powerful -
Cow Palace sign and said, have no deterrent effect on equal rights bill. registeredin available
in the defense establishment, for example its decision is in accord with. its gen- This is because Sen. Gold- pressures to
"The speech couldn't possibly the Senate's approval- the Wisconsin and Indiana, and and fully employed by the
who have been connected with eral policy and that regulations have had a more appropriate bill without sub s t a ntial water is the only poten- particularly by 43 per cent national Democratic organi-

defense contracting firms Presidents should not be waived when special setting. It is a lot of bull." amendment. Those opposed tial Republican nominee for of the Democrats who parti-, zation. ,Concealed, but far

Kennedy and Eisenhower both felt .\ issues arise in a given case. The writer did not then be- expressed the view that the president who opposes the sec cipated in the Maryland pri from absent in the mind of

that the caliber of'the man was sufficient *,1 i* lieve it, but so it has proved. size of the protest narrowedthe .tions of the bill which em- mary. This threat is to the the administration was the
\ The result prospect that a two-thirds enforcement of interracial relations gruesome thought of what the
guarantee against use of government of the decision, how- body its basic concept. This
MODERN REPUBLICANISM Senate majority could be assembled prescribed by a vast result in1 Maryland
office for ever, is to leave the Johnson station is that individual mighthave
I private.gain.. was merely sound and to force a vote on concept grant of new federal power. been if Sen. Byrd of Virginia -
and Capital Cable in a better position fury at San Francisco, signifying the measure until or unless freedom of choice among Although Wallace was heavily or Sen. Russell of Geor-

President Johnson; it must be said, *. tomake money than the company nothing. It was never is so amended. applicants far private business handicapped as the focusof gia had offered himself as the

has nothing in his record to indicate- which wants to compete with them. implemented. And now, in i services and employmentis protest by what a fellow- symbol of the Democratic pro-
: that he ever intervened 1964 Goldwater and an the BUT NEITHER; group has subject to punitive regula- Democrat Sen. Ervin of test in this year's presidential -
or used his kooks and nuts (as describedby the confidence in its forecast tion on a finding by federal North Carolina, described as primaries.
influence to benefit the interests of All of this ilustrates how complicated Mr. Nixon) confront Gov- Notwithstanding unless

his wife in the Austin television and conflict of interest situationscan ernor Rockefeller in Califor- Goldwater carries the California .

radio property. be. After Mr. Johnson became nia, and the architects of primary, the prospect is

president, the family divorced itself Modern Republicanism are that the majority the delegates -

Mrs. Johnson is given much of the from management of the TV company not even merely shouting silent for-Goldwater.some are. Voice of the PeopleOn of to both the national conventions -
and major parties
credit for the company's financial dropped the family name The Cow Palace promise was, will support in different words
She from the company's title but indeed lot of bull. The sad
success. bought a station for the a the substantial concept of the
$17,500 in 1943, and the market value family will still share in the profits. thing been.is that it need not have' The Sun's Opinion Page; equal rights bill in their platforms -

of the property now is believed to ba and in,their nominees.The .
The Oregon primary important
about $7 million. As long as this situation continues in that it reflects what- Opi... ..i4 comments of $.* ... .n .r. welcOMe in the Voice of the People column. Letters only recourse next No-
questions must be signed and bear the writer'* cddrns. Names win b* withheld if requested. A letter should vember of the bipartisan opposition -
will be raised, as they Jefferson said that if the ., d ba written .. side of the
Hot exceed 500 words MM* oa paper. Poetry cannot ba used. The to federal compulsions -
I. The FCC decision settled a dispute were in Congress. The ultimate ques- people get the facts they may SMI reserves the right to reject airy letter or t. shorten it, without changing the writs?. meaning or of individual choice in _

___.1._ ''L--_____ .1.___ _____L- :_____ tion is whether____. a_ rvnKIiV_ vf/L.ioi ;... be expected to act with common 1ttctlt. .. the areas ,covered
: jjctwccji twu compe1.wg unrus. n 6"' 'U a U& by the legislation
this situation can be certain of avoid-' sense. The people are 'The Law' uence"editorialyourecommended an even more rewarding occupation will then be limited
which do not have a license to directly beginning to know the facts
candidate for County studentsof
a tutoring us for
ing favoritism voting for uncommitted
no matter how much
: broadcast from a station in he attempts to do about the Arizona Redeemer.The Via Library? Judge whose legal and "The Law" who are required electoral slates, an opportu-
It is
so. understandable machinery in the
equitable training was at best, to expend
Austin (only the Johnson family' many yearsof nity thus far afforded only to
that states be controlledby
anyone'would be reluctant may so EDITOR, Sun: In the vernacular considered "inadequate" by preparation to be recognized the citizens of Alabama and
I station, KTBC-TV, has this privilege : to dispose of a profitable en- his followers that he will. of the judiciary, I local attorneys who must rely as amply knowledgeful and unlikely to spread to more

I ij ). The competing firms "pipein' terprise, but it is doubtful whether be nominated. But even before would like to "concur in part, upon learned judicial opin- proficient to appear before his than a couple of others at the
TV shows from out of town and any other course will Oregon spoke, the senators dissent in part" to recent editorial ions to properly represent the court and subsequently rely on maximum.
J completeIyeliminate voter support. was in matter in the Sun.I legal and equitable rights of his learned opinions.
monthly fee to
their patrons pay a the problem of favoritism. decline.
concur with praise show their clients your local ALAN BOYD FIELDS, JR. ADVANCE of the Re-
conservative -
i citizens.
ered upon the editorial effortsof Convention
traditions had
tone to watch Senator Gold- my former instructor, IL G.. I have personally been absent the party leadership In Con-

: POTOMAC FEVER .water in a campaign which Davis for his insight into the from the local scene for Good Use gress the Is now as committed as
Democratic to support of
revealed his appalling lack of social problems of Alachua many years and have no

By Jack Wilson, Owles Washington Bureau information about governmentand County. knowledge upon which to for- For Billboards the Dirksen basic, the legislation.Republican Sen.mi-
the mulate an opinion as 'to the
Yet. acting
foreign problems his upon
Rockefeller and'Lod'ge may get together in C fifomia-It would:be a powerful., radicalism of thought and, his search and inquire" conceptsand personal qualifications: of political (Cl New York Times nority leader, was short on
combination that ought to stop Goldwater, Nixon, Scranton-anybody but' LBJ. tendency toward initiatingwar training of "Mr." Davis candidates or issues. ALBANY, N. Y. The his party's history when he
problem of what to use to coyer declaimed that the bill embodies
voted for Governor (not correct reporting procedure However, as a freshrrnlaw
If nothing, else, Rocky-Lodge ,oughC appeal .delegates who are .looking, Rockefeller, giving him ), I roost question and student at the Univ. of unrented billboards has "an "idea whose time
for a summer resort, roughly twice the votes of the dissent upon some other premises Fla. I sincerely welcome Mr. been partly answered by one "idea"has come.was the This very
far-outdistanced senator. in the Sun.I Connell to the rigors necessarily company here. moving principle -
Johnson is planning tremendous On "a. four-story building on of the Reconstruction
President national
exposition in 1975
The collateral the
challenge in Californiais am certain the honors and to questioning Laws and of
200 years after the American Revelation and two weeks after Congress Broadway in downtown Albany the 14th Amend-
to the Republican conservatives recognition rendered Mr. Davis study of "The Law. ment that
passes medicare. there is a billboard with required for ratification .
they can preserve and the Sun would be revered If Alachua County Ju dge- the following message: the presence of fed
honest conservatism only by far less were they to eJect Connell is able he
as eral
"Dear Mr. Commissioner troops in
Caplin ( Southern
A new television, satellite will go into'orbit soon, to transmit < of state _
more. ourduller defeating the radical thrustof have been confered by a body advertised to avail himself of of Internal Revenue): capitols.. And It is consistent
programs to. ,Europe- -. deportable TV. I the extremist right (Mr.Nixon's "neophyte jndges" with the Unhr. of Fla. Law School "Why not send thank you with this party history that _
kooks and nuts), who little experience andorknowledge library and become sufficiently -
notes to the Dirksen's
: London report* "jRed-Chtea: is trading-human hair,.for British scotch.,Rusk _are using Senator Goldwater in evaluating contem- prepared for service "on warm-hearted taxpayers'a'A suggestionfrom do not Impair proposed, revision _
gays some day the British ,may find .they've been_.takingthe hair' of the dog as the tool of their stridently porary newspaper editorials.In the beach" prior to his taking the Outdoor Advertising the the ,substanceof
that bit them.,. _. equal rights bill la the
projected plans of take-over.
a recent "political prcf- office, I suggest he may find Company. slightest degree. .


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JOHV K. HAHKISO. President aDd \ By WALTER UPPJVIANN And so, though the iviod of thq major elections\ fa the
Pmblliheri PAT COWLES Vice In 'two of .the three capitals I hue just been visiting, in Western Alliance will lat until the end of next dear it is
f dent ED JOHNSON. Vie London and fa Bonn, there is a political: pause until the com already as certain as sucA things ca be that President r John-

FloridaUhBeautifuli .-, ,. t EBI3BSOraw aDd EieentiT Vie-Editors President'W. G.ff( ing elections produce a government which has an affective son will be elected and thit the principal figures w! n whomhe

'\ University '' .;>. r vrtliBr. Director BOB' mandate Sir 4lee J Douglas-Home, and Dr. Ludwig Erhardare will be dealing are Ch\es de Gaulle, Harold Wilson and
: i UOKE. View Preidrat" < aad McGILL preoccupied with the coming elections. Ludwig Erhard.

t1os.Mwetr.: Of Bailtter Ue AUa Prix.la,Winter(Ge) CoMttltatl Publisher The' British government can take no lead and can makeno Granted that nothing is a 1\solutely certain as aJ: of us

I -.. THE:SUN'S POLICYi commitments since in likelihood there will be a Labor remember who went wrong\jn the Truman-Dewey tjection
I books'ChaQenge government by October.. While it must react to Nasser and of 1948 granted that then could be catastrophies whichare
I : 1. Report*the news;.fulfy.and impartially In the news columns. Sukarno, it can doso only within the grooves of old and now unforeseen and unfOl eable, and ,allowing fotactsof
:f n, 'l; Z: t Express? -'oplnbns' of' t* e' Sun in-but' only in-editorials: established policies. Chancellor Erhard though he is said to God, these are the four Ids of government who will
3. PubKsrr all -sidestof'important\ controversial issues.' be very popular in Germany, has yet to win an election in have the leading parts in the We Wn Alliance.I .

; "t TFie', Sun's p honest 1I'Departments372844rJ his own right. like President Johnson in the weeks after
''' .A Nov. 22, he is much aware that he is standing in another FOUND NO EVIDENCE il Germany that the Sodal
Wont Ads
J i, -376-4672 The GOPGovernor f r man's- Dr. Konrad Adenauer's shoes Democrats expect to defeat Dr. Vhard, and no great gusto
7 for trying to defeat him. There I no substantial difference
.....11 7 Nelson Rocke ONLY' IN FRANCE do people take it for granted that Gen. in foreign policy between the Soc'Democrats and the Er
Conflicts of Interest feller's upset of the polls, national Charles de Gaulle's authority is good for some years to come. hard-Schroeder Christian Democrat! General De Gaulle has
and local, in the Ore- They do this on the assumption that 'the general's health is not wooed the West Germans away rom the Atlantic Alliance

The'recurrinl (problem* of conflictof get these programs. gon primary provides the conservatives unimpaired by his recent operation.I and the Franco-German marr\ge which he and Dr.
interest on It) e parfcof governmentofficiate' of the Republican was interested to find when I was: in Paris that the most Adenauer celebrated has not been ; ummated. AH the
difficult question of an authoritarian ;gcvcraiicnt, ins u i Germans I saw were almost embarraS gly I would excessively
Party with incentive to do say
-- has a ripen, again. Several! This is a "no man's land" in television .
something about California.Mr. answered. This is the question of the succession in case the dependent u. 'n the L. 1'T: '; -::,-
Republican, cot igressmeir havtf re-- :. Congress has not granted the Richard Nixon who general is displaced. The prime minister, Georges ,Pompidou, tion of Gen. Dwight Eisenhower's suggestion that our six '

quest 'd aninvestigationof: : the- Fed: FCC specificauthority to regulate wrestled mightily with Sen- has been acquiring great strength and is unmistakably the divisions in Germany should be reduce* causes acute depression 1,

eral Communi cation1 Commission's these systems. The FCC has acted,, ator Goldwater for third next in line. There appears to be' no likelihood of a contra and dismay. \
in' versy among the Gaullists about the succession. In domestic affairs, there is in West Ge\nany as there is
decision:in" the-J!Austin,TV case however, to protect stations' from place Oregon, recently'described ,
the danger to the all over Western Europe, a strong anti-Mskist tendency on
I this kind of
competition under its party in California as com- the left. The German Socialists and the British Socialists
The FCC has imade'-a1 decision''that authority to regulate transmissionof ing from "The Kooks and BELOW OLYMPUS BY tnKri.ndi have the same fundamental view, which 1A that the issue

J has the effect;!of protecting; the financial -- microwave beams. Nuts."' We all are indebtedto between them and the conservatives and vberals is not

1 .interests\ of. the family of ?fr. Nixon for the phrase whether to nationalize industry. The issue is We to adjust

i President ,Lynd ont B'. Johnson There The FCC has required, in some that seems best to describethe industry to the technological revolution which IE only in its
; screeching extremism of A t early beginnings. On this basic issue, Marxis throws no
is no indication{that commission's, cases where it wanted to protect a + 1 !
the political right as massedin light whatsoever. For Marx wrote long before vie present
I decision' was consistent with'' preVious local television station, that broad: California. technological revolution began. So British and Gernan Socialists r

decisions-lin' similar' cases,. or casts of piped-in network programsbe Senator Goldwater has have shed Marxism almost entirely, even in th r slogansand

that the decision would have" been delayed. welcomed this form of extremism altogether in their thinking and their intentions.IN .

as, in the South, he
different if'any :other principals' had'
has accepted endorsement of BRITAIN, the Conservative government has cently
; been involved, aluT a} congressional'' The competitors in presenting the racist groups and the converted itself to the idea of planning the national ec omy,

I investigation is highly' unlikely: these programs in Austin are TV Southern style "kooks." It is \ F and its intellectual differences with Harold Wilson's ctrrent

Still,the FCC is in uncomfortable Cable of Austin, Inc., and the Capital well that the conservatives of 1 Labor Party policies are not very distinct. One might also

position when it isi required to>settle' Cable Co. The Capital Cable Co. the Republican Party are say, I think, that the argument is not about what shalf.be,\
concerned lest done but about who do it.
the ,
party fall can
a dispute iff wh'icli the financial interests avoids FCC regulation because itdoesn't
into thehands of its radical In Germany, the Social Democrats I talked with argt d
of the President's family are use microwave beams to extremists. They would, as fervently for the necessity of private enterprise and ,of pi\-\

involved. bring in its programs. Instead it the senator from Arizona vate capital investment. Moreover, we must remember tha\

\ uses the more costly method of picking must know, unhesitatinglycast -- France before General De Gaulle had already developed an"

f The FCC isan independent agency. up broadcasts ,from outside stations him into exile once they r advanced socialized economy. It has not become less social-
gained control of the party ized under the general. For his prejudices and pre-concep-
But cleans and distributing the
its budget throughthe programsto and he failed in any degreeto tions are basically aristocratic and conservative, and as such
White House;, its chairman serves at homes through cables. (Its receiv- conform to their radical he has no affection for the kind of laisse-faire system whichin

the President's-pleasure, its'members ing antenna is placed, by agreement, objectives and the strained this country masquerades as conservatism.

won't! continue to serve after their on top of the Johnson TV tower.) TV dogma of their beliefs.IN All this has a critical bearing upon the main theme of

present terms unless they are reappointed -- Cable ,of Austin, Inc. brings in its brs European international politics and on the general position
THIS CONNECTION it down of ideology and dogmatic doctrine is a necessary condition
I by the President. programs by microwave beams and is almost incredible (and ::12S -- .; ,::---, ;:.- for what is going on. This is the opening of Eastern

\ is subject to FCC regulation, which somehow sad) that President fJ] + AI o Europe to the West and of Western Europe to the East. in

The problem of'conflict'' of''interest requires it to delay broadcasts for Eisenhower has not spokenout "It's some silly obsession about reaching middle short, the breaking of holes through the iron curtain.

in this case is similar to that in 15 days of all programs shown on in behalf of Governor age and soon becoming a senior: citizen!" (To be continued)
t Rockefeller in the California
many other cases of high govern KTBCTV.TV .
primary. There are but two
ment officials who have business in. names on the ballot in that WHAT VOTE MEANS TO CIVIL RIGHTS BILL
terests. There is' no'' simple way to Cable asked the FCC to waive state Senator Goldwaterand

solve such problems: If' a high' official this "blackout" on the ground that Governor Rockefell e r.

l is compelled to'sell' his interest the Johnson family station exerts The mind boggles at the pros.
} What See in
pect of continued silence from Choosing to Maryland
f in a business on taking office, he control over its pipe-in-rival, Capital the man who proclaimed_from ,

may be required) to suffer a' heavy Cable. The Johnson family firm has the rostrum in San Fran- *-

financial loss. If he does sell'' his an option to buy 50 per cent of Capi- cisco's Cow Palace the crusade 3Trro f ark mbat>4 \ that it seeks to convey to the agencies of racial discrimination the "bad image" created by

shares in a.firm with'' whichhe hast tal Cable. of "Modern Republicanism" \ public. So far as the bipartisan in the exercise of this f his bluster "at the door" of

long been Associated does this *** .. ....: ;.: .:.:. ...::' .;' ... after being nominated By ARTHUR KROCgWASHINGTON leadership in favor of the choice. If the Republicans of the University of Alabamaand
sever i in 1956. "Men easily bin is concerned, doubt is implicit California reject the Sena his inglorious retreat
his interestjn'' seeing: that the firm The FCC by a 6 to 0 vote, held Is Senator Goldwater Mr. believe what they wish in the decision to await tor's presidential candidacy, therefrom, only the solid Ne-

I prospers? :Can a' lifetime of, business that the Johnson company' does not Eisenhower's image of mod to believe," wrote Julius Cae- the result of the Republican the consequence may well be gro vote in Baltimore city and (

association be ended by' a formal re-jt 1 t* control Capital Cable. This is a technical ern Republicanism? (Politics sar in Book m. of his nara- presidential preference primary that Republican senators who the Montgomery County sub

tirement?, :A I ruling-based on the fact that produces moments of cynicism tive of the Gallic war, and in California before at- are now fence-sitters on cloture urbs of Washington prevented -
i1.I the option to buy stock of ,) The writer recalls ask the comments made here today tempting to invoke cloture to and-or the philosophy of him from getting the
ri. Capital ing a veteran Washington political on the outcome of Tues- bring the measure to a vote. the equal rights bill will i Democratic presidential preference -
This conflict of:interest problem is Cable hasn't been invoked. The option writer, after the crashing day's Maryland Democratic And the outright opponentsof climb down in the number required of Maryland over

growing with the increasing influenceof could still be used. cheers and the high deci- primary demonstrate anew the legislation fully realize to effect both of these President Johnson, for whom

the federal government on the L bels of massed bands that the eternal truth of that ob- that the capture by Gov. objectives of the bipartisan his opponent of record Sen.

economy. It is difficult to' find a t' The FCC ruling also took into greeted Mr. Eisenhower's servation. Rockefeller of California's del- leadership.BUT Brewster, was the acknowl-
promise of a crusade for Supporters of the pending egates to the Republican Na- edged stand-in.
account the
capable executive who has had no fact that TV Cable had modern Republicanism had equal rights bill asserted tional Convention could supply THIS WILL not dispela

connection with government-influenc- earlier agreed to the 15-day broad somewhat subsided, what bethought that the 43 per cent of the total the votes of Republican threat to the American so- WALLACE CARRIEDa

ed business to serve in the govern casting blackout, which it now seeksto about it. He looked party vote cast for Gov. senators that are needed to ciety implicit in the protests large majority of the white

ment. The government needs men avoid. The FCC contention is that thoughtfully upward at the Wallace of Alabama would impose cloture. against the hard core of the Democrats, against the pow-
Cow Palace sign and said, have no deterrent effect on equal rights bill registeredin erful available
its decision is in accord pressures to
in the defense establishment, for example with its gen- This is because Sen. Gold-
"The speech couldn't possibly the Senate's approval. the Wisconsin and Indiana, and and fully employed by the
who have been connected with eral policy and that' regulations water is the only
have had a more appropriate bill without substantial particularly by 43 per cent national Democratic organi-
defense contracting firms Presidents- should not be waived when special setting. It is a lot of bull." amendment. Those opposed Republican nominee for of the Democrats who parti-. zation. Concealed, but far

Kennedy and Eisenhower' both felt issues arise in a given case. The writer did not then be- expressed the view that the president who opposes the sec- cipated in the Maryland pri from absent, in the mind of

that the caliber of the man was suf. *i* lieve it, but so it has proved. size of the protest narrowedthe tions of the bill which em- mary. This threat is to the the administration was the

ficient guarantee against use of government :.', The result of the decision, however prospect that a two-thirds body its basic concept. This enforcement of interracial relations gruesome thought of what the
:MODERN REPUBLICANISM Senate majority coold be as- prescribed by a vast result in' Maryland
I office for private gain. is to leave the Johnson station was merely sound and sembled to force a vote on concept is that individual grant of new federal power. been if Sen. Byrd mighthave of Virginia

Ij and Capital Cable in a better positionto fury at San Francisco, signifying the measure until or unless freedom of choke among Although Wallace was heavily or Sen. Russell of Geor-

President Johnson, it must be said, make money than the company nothing. It was never is so amended. applicants for private business handicapped as the focusof gia had offered himself as the
has nothing in his record to indicate' which wants to compete with them. implemented. And now, in services and employmentis protest by what a fellow- symbol of the Democratic protest
: that he intervened ia 1964, Goldwater and aH the BUT NEITHER group has subject to punitive regulation Democrat, Sen. Ervin of in this year's presidential -
I or used his kooks and nuts (as describedby the confidence in its forecastVoice on a finding by federal North Carolina, described as primaries.
influence to benefit the interests of All of this ilustrates how compli- Mr. Nixon) confront Governor Notwithstanding, unless

his wife in the Austin television and cated conflict of interest situationscan Rockefeller in Califor- Goldwater carries the California

radio property.Mrs. be. After Mr Johnson became nia, and the architects of primary, the prospect is

president, the family divorced itself Modern Republicanism are that the majority the dele-

Johnson is given much of the from management of the TV com not even merely shouting silent for-Goldwater.The some are. of the PeopleOn gates of to both the national conventions -

I credit for the company's financial pany and dropped the family name Cow Palace promise was, will support in different major parties words
She from the company's title but indeed lot of bull. The sad
success. bought a station for the a the substantial concept of the

$17,500 in 1943, and the market valueof family will still share in the profits. thing been.is that it need not have = The Sun's Opinion Page; equal rights bill in their platforms -

the property now is believed to be and in,their nominees.The .
The is important
Oregon primary
As long this of Sm ..d. .. Voice of the column. only recourse next November
about $7 million. as situation continues in that it reflects what OpiiM; .ft ***J comments r n ere welcome lh People Letters
must be signed and bear the writers address. Names win .. withheld if requested. A letter should of the bipartisan op-
questions will be raised as they Jefferson said r that if the .a* exceed 500 words ... mint be written .. oily ... side of the peper. Poetry ce..ItOt.. used. Th. position to federal compul-
/ ; The FCC decision settled! a dispute were Congress. The ultimate ques- people get the facts they may Sew reserves the riajit to reject wry letter or re shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or sions of individual choice in
tion whether be expected to act with common ..-...-......- ..
between two competing firms- a public official in the areas ,covered by the legislation -
this situation can be certain of avoid' sense. The people are The Law' erence" editorial you recommended an even more rewarding occupation will then be limitedfor
which do' not have a license to directly beginning to know the facts candidate for County studentsof
ing favoritism a tutoring us voting lor uncommitted
no matter how muchhe
broadcast from about the Arizona Redeemer.The ? Judge whose legal and "The Law" who
a station in Via Library are required electoral slates, an opportu-
attempts to
do so. It is under- machinery in the
',Austin (only the Johnson family' equitable training was at best, to expend many yearsof nity thus far afforded only to
I standable' that an.one'yould be reluctant states may be so controlled EDITOR, Sun: In the vernacular ,considered "inadequate" by preparation to be recognized the citizens of Alabama and
station, KTBC-TV, has this privilege to dispose of a profitable en- by his followers that he will. of the judiciary, I local attorneys who must rely as amply knowledgeful and unlikely to spread to more i
)., The competing firms "pipe terprise, but it is doubtful whetherany be nominated. But even before would like to "concur in part, upon learned judicial opinions proficient to appear before his than a couple of others at the
in" TV shows from out of town andtheir other course win completely Oregon spoke, the sen.ator'S dissent in part" to recent edi- to properly represent the court and subsequently rely on maximum.
J I voter support.- was in torial matter in the Sun. legal and equitable rights of his learned opinions.
monthly fee to eliminate
rI patrons pay a the problem of favoritism decline.
I concur with praise show- their clients your local ALAN BOYD FIELDS, JR. ADVANCE of the Re-
conservative -
citizens.I .
National Convention
end the editorial efforts
traditions upon .
having had
have personally been absent the party leadership in Con-
tone to watch Senator Gold- of my former instructor, Hv G.
: POTOMAC FEVER ,water in a, campaign which Davis for his insight into the from the local scene for Good Use gress the Is now as committed as
Democratic to support of
social of Alachua and have
revealed his appalling lack of problems: many years no
By Jack Wilson, Omley Washington Bureau information about government County. knowledge upon which to formulate For Billboards the Dirksen basic, the legislation Republican S e minority n.

_and foreign problems, his Yet acting upon the an opinion as 'to the -
Rockefeller and Lodge may: get together ur California, It :would be a powerful. radicalism of thought and his search and inquire" conceptsand personal qualifications of political tot New York Tbne leader, was short on
combination that ought to stop Goldwater, Nixon, Scranton-anybody but' LBJ. tendency toward initiatingwar training of "Mr." Davis candidates or issues. ALBANY, N. Y. The his party's history when he
problem of what to use to cov- declaimed that the bill em-
voted for Governor (not correct reporting pro- However, as a freshrrjilaw
If nothing, else, Rocky-Lodge oughC'to appeal to- delegates who are- .looking, Rockefeller, giving him cedure), I must question and student at the Univ. of er unrented billboards has bodies "an "idea whose time
for.a summer' resort. dissent other Fla. I been partly answered by one has come. This very
roughly twice the votes of the upon some prem- sincerely welcome Mr. "idea" was the
far-outdistanced senator. ises in the Sun. Con n e 11 to the rigors necessarily company here. moving prin-
President Johnson is planning a tremendous national exposition in 1975.... The challenge in Californiais I am certain the honors and collateral to the ques- On a four-story building on ciple of the Reconstruction
200 years after the American Revofetion and two weeks after Congresspasses to the Republican conservatives recognition rendered Mr. Da- tioning study of "The Law." Broadway in downtown Albany and of the 14th Amend
ment that
medicare. there is a billboard with required for ratification
they can preserve vis and the Sun would be re- If Alachua County Judge- the following the
message: presence of federal
honest conservatism only by vered far Jess were, they to eJect Connell is able he
television "Dear Mr. Commissioner troops in
Caplin ( Southern
A new satellite will go into rbit soon, ,'to transmit of state
more our defeating the radical thrustof
have been coafered by a bodyof advertised, to avail himself of of Internal Revenue): capitols. And it is consistentwith
duller- programs. .Europe- -, deportable TV. s the extremist right (MtNixon's "neophyte judges" with the Unhr. of Fla. Law School "Why not send thank you this party history that
kooks and nuts), who little experience and-or-knowl- library and become sufficiently -
notes to the ? Dirksen's
Lonefon reports K d :China: is 'hlUlWlhair for British taxpayers proposed revisions
trading .scotch. Rusk
; are using Goldwateras edge in evaluating contem- prepared for service "on "A warm-hearted suggestionfrom do not
Says some day the British,may find ,they've: been taking*the hair of the dog the tool of their stridently porary newspaper: editorials. the beach" prier to his taking the Outdoor of the impair the substance
that bit them.. ..__ _. equal rights bill in the
? projected plans of take-over. '
_. a recent "political pref- office I suggest he may find Company. slightest degree i\ .

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f PROGRAM PLANNEDThe Belle O'Neal, secretary; Mrs. !
CONSCIENCE COLORED NEWSB. Progressive Choirs i Doris Reed, reporter; Rev. W. H

Union will present its programat Walker, pastor.

(iafnrsuille iun I OF F. Childs i Colored News Editor the Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist Returns From HospitalMr.
Church Sunday at 3 p.m. Howell, who was a patientin

CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSNew therefore, a donation of $1.25 the hospital, has returned to
THESOUTH Salem Baptist Sunday advance and $1.50 at the door is NOTICE his home and was reported as i
School 10 a.m.; and morning requested. Get tickets at the The will be a program of gospel improving. Friends are asked to '

'JOHN' R. HAKRISOX. President and 9i worship, 11 a.m. Rev. C. J. regular places. For further in- singing at the Spring Hill visit him. Mrs. Doris Reed, re

Publisher; PAT COWLES. Vice PresIdent Johnson, pastor; Mrs. P. L. formation can Deacon M. J. Baptist Church today at 7:30 porter.

; ED JOHNSON. Vice President Scott, reporter.Mt. Hollis, FR 2-0561; Wesley My p.m., featuring the Heavenly
Beautiful and Executive Editors W. G. (Bill) Gospel Singers, the Hawthorne ALACHUA NEWS
EBEKSOLE. Vice President and Advertising Pleasant Methodist ers, FR 6-3033; sponsors or Rev.
'University City DirecUrt BOB TAETAG- The Fourth and last Quarterly W. L. Souder, pastor, FR 6-3110. Singers, Horace McKnight and Singers To Appear
) IJONE. vie President aid Circulation Pulitzer By RALPH McGILL Conference will be held today, Come early and get seats. others whose names were not The Waycross Gospel Singerswill
Manifer. Of the AUaata.Prfae Winning(Ga.) ConititntioB Pmbllsher 7:30 p.m. All officers are requested available. This program is being render a program at the St.

THE SUN'S POLICY to be present. The pastor -FOUNDERS' DAY sponsored by Choir No. 3. j Matthew Baptist Church Sundayat

1 'Kooks'Challenge is asking all Commission The 68th anniversary of Founders There is no admission 7:30 pift. 4
1. Report Ihe news fuy)) and impartiaDy in the news columns.' Chairmen to please have -written Day will be celebrated at,price. The pubJc is? 'invited. There }s

2. Express the opinions of tf\e Sun nut orvy tn- < itotas.( : reports. The District Superintendent the Mt. Carmel Baptist Church, There will be a Fashion Re- no admission price, but a free-
T 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. ;c' will be our guest- Sunday. I view along with a Music Appreciation -will offering will be accepted.

preacher Sunday morning. Rev. hour on May 29 at 8p.m. Robert Simmons sponsor; Mrs.
The theme "P
The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 : ro gress:
The is invited. L. M. London
W. M. Ferguson, pastor. Through Christian Unity." The public reporter.

;. Want Ads-376-4672 The GOP. Mt. Carmel Baptist Sunday pastor, Rev. T. A. Wright, will There will be no admission
School), 9:30 a.m.; morning wore! be the principal speaker dur price. GOSPEL SINGERSThe

I 1 Governor Nelson Rocke- ship, 11 a.m.; B.T.U., 5:30!ing the moring worship at 7 Starlight Gospel Singersand
Conflicts of p.m.; and evening worship 7 also the Spiritual Sons will
Interest feller's upset of the polls, national p.m. Rev. T. A. Wright, pas NEWBERRY SCHOOL
p.m. There will be I appear a musical program at
and local, in the Ore- mid-week tor; Mrs. Ether Hatt, reporter. The P.T.A. of Newberry Elementary the
Meditation Church with Rev. A.
\ The of conflict get these Services Tuesday, School will present its I
recurring problem programs. gon primary provides the con-. Bannister
servatives 7:30 p.m.; Youth Forum Wednesday SPIRITUAL PROGRAMThe Talent Show on Friday May 22, pastor, on Sunday,

( of interest on the part of government Party with of incentive the Republican to do l.u. ....,. 7:30. _p.m._ ,_ and also Little Mt Olive Baptist at 8 p.m. at the school. The May 11 _.._24_, yy at__8 _p.m.______ with_ __the
officials has arisen again. Several This is a "no man's land" in tele- something about California.Mr. uoin noirs Nos. 1 and 2 will Church Choir will render a program is sponsored jointly by icumig xiarmomzers as guesi- I I

Republican congressmen have requested vision. Congress has not granted the Richard N i who rehearse 8 p.m.: and there will spiritual program at the Greater Mrs. Viviloria Jackson, and singers. ,
an investigation of the Fed- FCC specific authority to regulate wrestled mightily xo with n Senator be Teachers' Meeting, 7:30 p.m. Ft. Clark Baptist Church, other persons of the community.The For an evening of supurb en- I
Thursday. Rev. T. A. Wright, Tuesday, May 26, at 8 p.m. in purpose of this programis tertainment, plan now to be ,
these Goldwater
eral Communication Commission'sdecision systems. The FCC has acted, for third
in pastor; Mrs. Esther Hamm, re behalf of both Choirs Nos. 1 and to raise funds for securing present. Mrs. F. D. Shannon, re
the Austin TV however to stations place Oregon, recently
in case. protect from described porter. i lights for our softball fi eld. porter.
this kind of competition under its the danger to the Zion Temple A.M.E.-Church 2.This JONESVILLE
party in California as com promises to be an excellent We feel that the acquisition of NEWS
The FCC has made a decision that authority to regulate transmissionof ing from "The Kooks and School, 10 a.m.; morning wor- entertainment, and the public lighting facilities will improveour Notice

has the effect of protecting the financial microwave beams. Nuts." We all are indebtedto ship, 11 a.m.; and evening serve- is invited to attend. Rev. W. recreation program, and The Female Protection Society -

t t interests of the family of Mr. Nixon for the phrase ices, 7 p.m. Rev. W. L. Souder, A. Miles, pastor; Mrs. Sarah provide the community with' No. 2 will hold its monthly
that pastor. Bennett, secretary; H. Mil es, wholesome entertainment. We meeting at the Female Hall at
'I, President Lyndon B. Johnson. There The FCC has required, in some screeching seems best extremism to describethe of First Baptist-Sunday School, president.REV. are asking parents and friends;Jonesville, Sunday, May 24, at

I is no indication that the commission's cases where it wanted to protect a the political right as massedin 9:45 a.m.; morning wor- of the Newberry Elementary 2:30: p.m. Mrs. Sadie Brown,

,I decision was inconsistent with pre- local television station, that broad- California. pastor, and also his congregation WALKER MPROVESRev. School com m unity to support president; Mrs. L. Woodard, re

vious decisions in similar cases, or casts of piped-in network programsbe Senator Goldwater has of the Rock Hill Baptist Walker, who is ailing in this project by attending this porter. _
Church from Williston will con- the hospital, was show. I
reported as
that the decision would have been delayed. this form of extremism -
a joint service
3 much
p.m. Rev. improved. Rev. Mr. Walk:
different if any other principals had as, in the South, he W. A. Miles, pastor Mrs. er's friends Buster s, son of the late I
n3S SI/Vpnfpfl,. onHnr.. ._ omnnt...,, nt. : ; Bessie hope that he will: DINNER SALE ... .
been involved, and a congressional The competitors in presentingthese -:the--- -racist--- --- ; v..u.and the v. M. Johnson, reporter. soon be well.MEETING Both chicken and chitterlings iur. ana Airs l-rank: Burns,

investigation is highly unlikely. programs in Austin are TV Southern style groups"kcoks." It is Pilgrim Rest Church of Unity dinners will be sold in the dining died at his home on May 14.

Still, the FCC is in an uncomfortable Cable of Austin, Inc., and the Capital well that the conservatives of Sunday School, 10 a.m.; and SET room of the Greater BethelA.M.E. He joined the A.M.E. Churchat
afternoon worship, 3:30: p.m. The Priscilla Court No. 296, Church in behalf of an early age, and was married -
position when it is required to settle Cable Co. The Capital Cable Co. the concerned Republican lest the Party are fall Elder Rufus Armstrong pastor; H. of J., will meet today at 8p.m. Women's Day on Saturday at 11 to Mrs. Margie Burns and

I a dispute in which the financial interests avoids FCC regulation because it into party Mrs. Mary Hall, reporter. in the Sun Rise Hall. to this union a son was born.
the hands of its radical
: of the President's family are doesn't use microwave beams to extremists. They would St. Paul C.M.E. Morning a.m.For delivery service call Survivors include his wife,
worship, 11 a.m.; and evening JONESVILLE NEWSTo Mrs. Margie Burns; a son, Her-
involved. bring in its programs. Instead it the senator from Arizona FR 2-8969 or 6-5194. Mrs.H. .
worship, 6:30 p.m. Rev. B. F. Visit Beach man Burns, Miami; two sisters.
Wingate reporter.
the must know
uses more costly method of pick- unhesitatinglycast
Weary, pastor. The Pleasant Plain Methodist Mrs. Henrietta Proctor, Brooklyn -
The FCC is an independent agency. ing up broadcasts from outside sta- him into exile once they New Hope Baptist Sunday Church Sunday School will takea NOTICE N.Y.; and Mrs. Lillie Mae
gained control of the
But its budget clears through the tions and distributing the programsto and he failed in degree party School, 10 a.m.; morning worship strip to the beach Saturday, The Floral Court of Lodge No. Washington. Gainesville; two

f White House, its chairman serves at homes through cables. (Its receiving to conform to their any radical 11 a.m.; and afternoon May 23. The bus will pick up 54 will hold its regular meeting brothers-in-law, Amos Washington -
the President's antenna is worship, 3 p.m. Rev. L. A. TilIman pupils at the church 9 a.m. at the home of Mrs. Janie Wash- Gainesville; and Joe Proctor -
pleasure, its members placed, by agreement, objectives and the strained
pastor; Mrs. L. D. Williams -promptly.> Brooklyn, N.Y.; a sister-
of 510 N.W. 7th Ave. to-
: on of the Johnson dogma of their beliefs.IN ington, ,
won't continue to serve after their top TV tower.) TV
1 reporter. All pupils are urged to bring day at 8 p.m.LACROSSE in-law, Mrs. Girlie Burns; two
:T present terms unless they are reappointed Cable of Austin, Inc. brings in its THIS CONNECTION it their bathing suits. aunts, Mrs. Luzie King, Miami;

: by the President. programs by microwave beams andis is almost incredible (and MUSICAL NEWSTo and Mrs. Lucy Adkins; and a
Three groups of singers will PLANS PROGRAM host of nieces and sorrowing
subject to FCC regulation, which somehow sad) that President Present ProgramThe
appear in a musical concert at The Greater Ft. Clark Missionary friends.
: The problem of conflict of interest requires it to delay broadcasts for Eisenhower has not spokenout I United Choirs Union will
Zion Temple A. M. E. Zion Church will sponsor a render a at the Mount Funeral services will be held
: in this case is similar to that in 15 days of all programs shown on Rockefeller in behalf in the of California Governor Church, Wednesday at 8 p.m. program, entitled "Choirs In L Olive A.M.E.program Church (Atlas) Saturday at 2 p.m. at the Anti-

many other cases of high govern- KTBCTV.TV primary. There are but two This is the greatest array of Parade" at the church, Tues- unday, May 24, at 3 p.m. There och Holiness Church with Rev.

: ment officials who have business in- names on the ballot in that outstanding singers ever presented !day at 8 p.m. with Little Mt. are six choirs in the union. V. A. Miles, officiating on NE

S terests. There is no simple way to Cable asked the FCC to waive state Senator Goldwater here on the same pro 'Olive Primitive Baptist Church. The public is invited. Mary 8th Avenue. Mrs. Bessie M. I
gram. This is a benefit feature choir in charge. Miss Ida Johnson, reporter.
Ivey Brown, president;
solve such problems. If a high of- this "blackout" on the ground that and Governor Rockefell e r. _

'. ficial is compelled to sell his interest the Johnson family station exerts The mind boggles at the pros- .
pect of continued silence from WHAT VOTE MEANS TO CIVIL RIGHTS BILL
t in a business on taking office, he control over its pipe-in-rival, Capital the man who proclaimed from

may be required to suffer a heavy Cable. The Johnson family firm has the rostrum in San Fran- II

'1 : financial loss. If he does sell his an option to buy 50 per cent of Capi- cisco's Cow Palace the crusade Choosing What to See in Maryland

j shares in a firm with which he has tal Cable. of "Modern Republicanism" -.., I

long been associated, does this sever 1956.after being nominatedin Sforo Vndt wttttt public. So far as the bipartisan choice. If the Republicans of his bluster "at the door" of

S his interest in seeing that the firm The FCC, by a 6 to 0 vote, held Is Senator Goldwater Mr. By ARTHUR KROCK leadership in favor of the California reject the Sena- the University of Alabamaand
that the Johnson WASHINGTON "Men bill is concerned doubt is implicit tor's presidential candidacy, his inglorious retreat
prospers? Can a lifetime of business company does not Eisenhower's image of modern easily -
in the decision to await the well be therefrom, only the solid Negro -
consequence may
believe what wishto
association be ended by a formal retirement control Capital Cable. This is a tech Republicanism? (Politics they
believe," wrote Julius Cae- the result of the Republican that Republican senators who vote in Baltimore city and
nical produces moments of
? ruling-based on the fact that cyni-
cism.) The writer recalls ask- sar in Book III. of his nara- presidential preference primary are now fence-sitters on cloture the Montgomery County sub-
the option to buy stock of Capital ing veteran tive of the Gallic war, and in California before at- and-or the philosophy of urbs of Washington prevented -
a Washington
This conflict of interest problem is Cable hasn't been invoked. The option writer, after the crash political the comments made here to- tempting to invoke cloture to the equal rights bill will I him from getting the

growing with the increasing influenceof could still be used. ing cheers and the high deci- day on the outcome of Tues- bring the measure to a vote. climb down in the number required Democratic presidential pref-
day's Maryland Democratic And the outright opponentsof to effect both of these erence of Maryland over
the federal bels of massed bands that
government the
on the of the President Johnson for whom
primary demonstrate legislation fully realize objectives bipartisan ,
economy. It is difficult to find The FCC ruling also took into greeted Mr. Eisenhower'spromise
a of a crusade for the eternal truth of that ob that the capture by Gov. leadership.BUT his opponent of record, Sen.
capable executive who has had no account the fact that TV Cable had modern Republicanism had servation. Rockefeller of California's del- Brewster, was the acknowledged -

connection with governmentinfluenced earlier agreed to the 15-day broad- somewhat subsided, what he Supporters of the pending egates to the Republican Na- TIllS WILL not dispela stand-in.

business to serve in the govern- casting blackout, which it now seeksto thought about it. He looked equal rights bill asserted tional Convention could supply threat to the American so- WALLACE CARRIEDa

ment. The government needs men avoid. The FCC contention is that thoughtfully upward at the that the 43 per cent of the total the votes of Republican ciety implicit in the protests large majority of the white
vote cast for Gov. senators that are needed to against the hard core of the Democrats, against the .
in the defense establishment, for its decision is in accord with its Cow Palace sign and said, party powerful
example gen- cloture. bill
impose equal rights registeredin
"The speech couldn't possibly Wallace of Alabama would pressures available to
who have been connected with eral policy and that regulations have had a more appropriate have no deterrent effect on This is because Sen. Gold- Wisconsin and Indiana, and and fully employed by the

defense contracting firms. Presidents should not be waived when special setting. It is a lot of bull." the Senate's approval of the water is the only poten- particularly by 43 per cent national Democratic organi

Kennedy and Eisenhower both felt issues arise in a given case. The writer did not then be- bill without sub s t a ntial tial Republican nominee for of the Democrats who parti- zation. Concealed, but far

that the caliber of the man was suf- lieve it, but so it has proved. amendment. Those opposed president who opposes the sec cipated in the Maryland pri from absent, in the mind of
The expressed the view that the tions of the bill which em- mary. This threat is to the the administration was the
guarantee against result of the decision
use of gov- how- narrowedthe its basic This enforcement of interracial relations -
MODERN REPUBLICANISM size of the protest body concept. gruesome thought of what the
ernment office for private gain. ever, is to leave the Johnson station'and was merely sound and prospect that a two-thirds concept is that individual prescribed by a vast result in Maryland might

Capital Cable in a better positionto fury at San Francisco, signi- Senate majority could be as- freedom of choice among grant of new federal power. have been if Sen. Byrd of Virginia -

President Johnson, it must be said, make money than the company fying nothing. It was never sembled to force a vote on applicants for private busi- Although Wallace was heav- or* Sen. Russell of Geor-

has nothing in his record to indicate which wants to compete with them. implemented. And now, in the measure until or unless it ness services and employmentis ily handicapped as the focusof gia had offered himself as the

I that he ever intervened 1964, Goldwater and all the is so amended. subject to punitive regula- protest by what a fellow- symbol of the Democratic protest
or used his kooks and nuts (as described BUT NEITHER group has tion on a finding by federal Democrat, Sen. Ervin of in this year's presidential -
influence to benefit the interests of All of this ilustrates how compli- forecast of racial discrimination North Carolina described
by. Mr. Nixon) confront Governor the confidence in its agencies as primaries.
his wife in the Austin television and cated conflict of interest situationscan Rockefeller in California that it seeks to convey to the in the exercise of this the "bad image' created_by Notwithstanding, unless

radio property.Mrs. be. After Mr. Johnson became and the architects of Goldwater carries the California

president, the family divorced itself Modem Republicanism are primary, the prospect is

: Johnson is given much of the from management of the TV com: not merely silent some are Voice of the that the majority the delegates -
for Goldwater.The
even shouting PeopleOn
to the national
credit for the company's financial pany and dropped the family name Cow Palace promise was, tions of both major conven-parties

success. She bought a station for from the company's title, but the indeed, a lot of bull. The sad will support in different words

$17,500 in 1943, and the market valueof family will still share in the profits. thing is that it need not have The Sun's the substantial concept of the
Opinion Page
the property now is believed to be been. ; equal rights bill in. their plat-
about $7 million. As long The Oregon primary is important forms and in their nominees.The
as this situation continues in that it reflects what Opinions and comments of Sun readers art welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters .
questions will be raised must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should only recourse next No-
as they Jefferson said that if the
not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The vember of the bipartisan opposition -
The FCC decision ,settled a dispute were in Congress. The ultimate ques. people get the facts they may Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or to federal compulsions
tion is whether be to act with ._....
j :. .- between two competing firms, a public official in expected com .n. of individual choice in

which this situation can be certain of avoiding mon sense. The people are erence" editorial recom- an even more rewarding the areas covered by the legislation
I I r do not, have ,a license to ,directly beginning to know the facts 'The Law' you occupation
favoritism no matter how much mended a candidate for Coun- tutoring us studentsof will then be limitedfor
broadcast from about the Arizona Redeemer.The .
a station in he attempts to do so. It is under- party machinery in the Via Library? ty Judge whose legal and "The Law" who are required voting for uncommitted

7 Austin (only the Johnson family standable that states be controlledby equitable training was at best, to expend many yearsof electoral slates, an opportu-
station KTBC-TV has this anyone would be reluctant may so EDITOR, Sun: In the vernacular considered "inadequate" by preparation to be recognized nity thus far afforded only to
i privilege todispose his followers that he will
I of a profitable en- of the judiciary, I local attorneys who must rely as amply knowledgeful and the citizens of Alabama and
The firms be nominated. But be-
) competing
r- "pipe terprise, but it is doubtful whetherany fore would like to "concur in part, upon learned judicial opin- proficient to appear before his unlikely to spread to more
i : in" TV shows from out of town and other course will completely ator's Oregon voter support spoke, the sen in dissent in part" to recent edi ions to properly represent the court and subsequently rely on than a couple of others at the

I ; their patrons pay a monthly fee to eliminate the problem of favoritism. decline. was torial matter in the Sun.I legal and equitable rights of his learned opinions. maximum.IN .

I .... OREGON, WITH its conservative concur with praise show- their clients your 1 o c al ALAN BOYD FIELDS, JR. ADVANCE of the Re-

traditions, having had ered upon the editorial effortsof citizens. publican National Convention,
time to watch Senator Gold- my former instructor, H. G. I have personally been absent the party leadership in Congress

i f POTOMAC FEVER water in a campaign which Davis, for his insight into the from the local scene for Good Use is now as committed as

revealed his appalling lack of social problems of Alachua many years and have no the Democratic to support of

: By Jack Wilson, Cowles Washington Bureau information about governmentand County.Yet knowledge upon n-hich to for- For Billboards the basic legislation. Sen.

:: Rockefeller and Lodge may get together in California. It foreign problems, his acting upon the mulate an opinion as to the Dirksen, the Republican mi-
that ought to would be a powerful radicalism of thought and his search and inquire" conceptsand personal qualifications of political (c) New York Times nority leader, was short on
Combination Goldwater Nixon, Scranton-anybody but LBJ. tendency toward initiatingwar training of "Mr." Davis candidates or issues. ALBANY, N. Y. The his party's history when he

.: voted for Governor (not correct reporting However problem of what to use to coyer declaimed that the bill em-
If nothing else, Rocky-Lodge ought to pro- as a freshr n
:for a summer resort. appeal delegates who are looking Rockefeller, giving h i m cedure), :I must question and law student at the Univ. of unrented billboards has bodies "an "idea whose time
roughly twice the votes of the dissent upon some other prem- Fla., I sincerely welcome Mr. been partly answered by one has come. This v e r y
far-outdistanced ises in the Sun.I Con company here. "idea" was the moving prin-
senator. II
: President Johnson is planning n e to the rigors nec-
a tremendous national exposition in On ciple of the
1975 Reconstruction
a four-story building
The challenge in Californiais on
200 after the American am certain the honors and essarily collateral to the
: years Revolution ques-
two weeks after Con in downtown Laws and of the
Broadway Al- 14th Amendment
g r e s s to the Republican
conservatives Davis tioning of
passes medicare. recognition rendered Mr. study "The Law.
bany there is a billboard with that required for ratification .
they can preserve and the Sun would be revered If Alachua County Judge-
honest the following message: the presence of federal
: A new television satellite will into orbit conservatism only by far less were they to elect Connell is able, as he
go soon, to transmit more of our: defeating the radical thrust "Dear Mr. Caplin (Commis- troops in Southern state
duller programs to Europe-deportable TV. have been confered by a bodyof advertised, to avail himself of
sioner of Internal Revenue And
of the extremist ): capitols. it is consistent
right Mr.Nixon's
( with
"neophyte judges" the Univ. of Fla. Law School
"Why not send thank with this
London reports Red China is kooks and nuts), who little experience and-or-knowl- library and become you party history thatDirksen's
trading human hair for British scotch. Rusk are using Senator Goldwateras notes to the taxpayers? proposed revisionsdo
says JTfi.y the British may find th y've been hair edge in evaluating contem- prepared for service "on. "A warm-hearted "not
taking jJhe of the. dog the tool of their stridently suggestion impair the substanceof
-' porary the. bench"
that newspaper prior to his taking from the .Outdoor the
projected plans of take-over. equal rights bill in thfl
a recent "political pref- office, I suggest he may find Company." slightest degree.

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: Friday May 22, 1964 Gameivllle Sun 5

11 1V_ Dress, Revue Winners mmHDD 1 r Brides' Book : : I'' NOW._ OPEN I I

i i ,a m0 1.1. p.m.
*. -- -' TODAY, May 22Miscellaneous Holy Trinity Episcopal Rappenecker Jr.., 4't 6pm.: ALL YOUR- .FAVORITEBRANDS
; shower Church. Mrs. Herbert A. Meyer and .
: f ,, ;: oring Miss Judith Diane bon-I I her Miss C' rol + -
Reception honoring Miss daughter, a e Liquors
+ [ THE er, bride-elect of William Dale Ann Jean Fishback, of Orlando Meyer, 1929 NW Seventh Wines
Arnett, 8 p.m., Mrs. A. C. fiancee of John Franklin Lane. Beer
O'Neill and Mrs. Marshall O. Bennett, 5 to 7
p.m., Breakfast honoring Miss; FREE DELIVERY
Watkins at the Watkins' home, and Mrs. Newton Cromwell I
Ann Jean Fishback of Orlando
1 .. 1115 NE Third Street. Ebaugh, Gainesville Golf and and her fiance, John Franklin PAUL'S

,... Linen shower complimenting Country Club.Prenuptial Bennett, 10 a.m., Mr. and
f R m Store
"Il Y Yttuth Miss Gayle Cross, bride- dinner compli- Mrs. Burton Woodward, 2114 Package
}! elect of "asper RappeneckerJr. menting Miss Ann Jean Fish- l West University Avenue. 1318 E. University Ave.
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c 8 p.m., Miss Dianne i back of Orlando and John
Weimer Cook, Miss Carolyn Moon-
., r t rj Women's Editor ey and Miss Anne Wigley Franklin Bennett Mr. and M ..YtiaLa
Mrs. T. J. Davis, 1436 SW 16th
p j 'bf f home of Miss Cook, 923 NW Avenue.

R L AK BridalShower 36th Terrace. Kitchen shower honoring i _-

SATURDAY, May 23 Miss Patricia Rehbein, bride- 3-- '
Post-nuptial coffee honor- elect of Arthur McMillan e LyR
? a t ing Mrs. Charles Mayo, the Dunscombe Mrs. W. B. Wilkinson

former Miss Carol McDowall, and her daughter. WTy 3f... ..
Ef i and Mrs. Daniel B. Schuh of Miss Sue Wilkinson, 2201 NE 6.1,. .y.Y.. 'MMlAIH + Y.f.,
Ij St. Petersburg, the former Seventh Terrace. h 7t I t 1 .
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Miss Barbara Tilghman, 10 [ .E
a.m. to noon, Mrs. HerbertA. ,wl e
Tea nra
honoring Miss
.M. f Meyer and her daughter, M
Cross, bride-elect of
... Marian Hardy bride- Miss Carol Meyer, 1929 NW Caspar I
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Mr, 1':1- '. elect of Ronnie Clark, was Seventh Lane.Luncheon / 1 sL

6 .. ,,, L feted recently at a bridal shower honoring Miss PROPANEL
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1 :j1; ; given by Mrs. Karl M. Jones, Gayle Cross, fiancee of Casper

.. of Mrs. Robert L. Jones, and Mrs. Rappenecker Jr., 1 p.m., ,. L s .,.. 3.
Mrs. Z. M. Pirenian and her
at Karl E. Jones, at the latter's 6YfS :J? .
home. daughter, Mrs. Robert Decker t ....
Ma c Holiday Inn.
r. Floral arrangements of HOTTER THANNATURAL
hydrangeas Wedding of Miss Juliet

snapdragons and Wood, daughter of Mr. and GAS ..
.. roses decorated the Jones Mrs. Wilbur Leon Wood of Cook & Heat Water ,'TuE wOS .
home. The serving table, covered Alachua, and James Harvey Kti NEE7.tL DELif.aMO-.f'. 'J, 1.l i
with a lace tablecloth, was Thaxton Jr., son of Mr. and Low Cost .[_G U..K..yI xHVi I i ML.1 T.f RY.iTOYS.I?M..ww L,,,, -.'1 33.A,

decorated with a crystal punch Mrs. James Harvey Thaxton I FR 6-5110 ,1I

bowl and two candlelabra hold- Sr. of Americus, Ga., 5 p.m.,
ing pink tapers. .

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in-law of the bride elect served
t Winners in the Spring Fashion Revue and Talent Show presented recent punch. Elect PROGRESSIVE LEADER
I' ly by the Alachua County Home Demonstration Clubs at the .City Recrea Games were played and prizes :

tion Center included left to right above, Mrs. Barney Floyd of High Springs were won by Mrs. Bertha Barton W-
and Mrs. Duke Mims of Gainesville, who took first and second place respectively Mrs. Mattie Hardy and .. :f Mayor Burns played a major part in attracting toe
in the advanced sewing group, and Mrs. J. J. Kubie of Gainesville, Mrs. L. E. Dobbs. r. .
Lake Forest Club, who received first place in the beginners sewing division. Not The honoree was presentedan .I Jacksonville the Prudential Insurance Company
I pictured were Mrs. D. M. Simons of Gainesville, who received honorable men- electric mixer by the hostess- _' .t
> .tand in the wake of Prudential came other
tion in advanced sewing and many
Mrs. Kenneth Durrance of Micanopy, who took ;
t honorable mention in the beginners sewing group. Mrs. Jack Beville of the es.The guest list included Mrs. l. t i insurance companies to make Jacksonville one
I Pine Grove Club chairman for the affair was assisted by Mrs. KennethII Thelma Sprake, Miss Li nd a t

II Durrance, vice-chairman, and Mrs. John Wood of Gainesville, chairman of the Sparks, Miss Pam Harpe, i of the nations major insurance centers.
talent show. Mrs. Annette Odom, Mrs. Orian f .. ;;

Wells, Mrs. Edward W. Harpe,
II/ Mrs. E. R. Rowe, Jr., Mrs. E. .:: Linking together the various parts of the "New
R. Rowe, Sr., Mrs. Leslie .. ': ':
Wedding Vows ExchangedSolemnized ; Jacksonville" is the nation's most modern metropolitan -
Brown, Mrs. L. E. Dobbs, Mrs., ..
Bertha Barton, Mrs. James j t
expressway, $100,000,000 worth of highway -

Saturday evening, Donna Breeden of Charleston, decorated with garlands of Hardy, Mrs. Bob Rowe, Mrs. / .
the wedding of Mrs. and Mrs. S.C. She wore a blue satin smilax. A silver candlelabraheld Marie Jernigan, Mrs. H. H. 3. which is still growing as Jacksonville grows.

John Edward Smiley took dress fashioned with a white pink roses and the punchbowl Hinson, Mrs. C. Leon Davis, Jr., wb
place at tte Gethsemane Luth- lace paneled skirt and match- was flanked with smilax. Mrs. C. Leon Davis Sr., Mrs. ik J __ -
eran Church with Pastor N. E. ing headpiece. She carried a Bessie Meadows, Mrs. Clarke R. 4. __ The $350,000,000 of downtown redevelopment
Kieffer performing the double bouquet of white and pink Serving cake and punch were Carter, Mrs. Marvin Shealy, I ; ,
ring ceremony. carnations. Miss Linda Lloyd Miss Ruth] Mrs. Eunice Perryman, Mrs. was done through a combination of leadership,

Cappe and Miss Ruth Breedenand Elvoy Thomas, Mrs. Alex Per- I _
B. Y. Kinzey Jr. was organ.! Brother Best Man Miss Jo Carol Vance. rvman. Mrs. Harold Perryman, 1 teamwork, and community pride, without one
ist and Pastor Johnson
Mrs. Charles Frue and Mrs. I-I of Federal aid.
was sobist. Trafton M. Smiley III, bro- Sisters Assist cent
1 ther of the bridegroom, servedas I Reeves Clark.Archer.
Miss Wendy Nachtrieb distributed '
The bride, formerly Miss best man. Ushers were
Carole Diane Nachtrieb, is the James Smiley and Jack Smiley. rice bags, and thebride's
book was kept by Miss Club You Owe It To Your Conscience To
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Har-
The bride's mother chose a Pat Stewert and Miss Wendy
vey L. achtrieb. The bride- blue sheath dress and white Nachtrieb, sister of the bride.
groom is the son of Mr. and accessories for her daughter's Has Supper VOTE TUESDAY

Mrs. T. M. Smiley Jr. of Live wedding. The bridegroom'smother The bride chose a white eyelet 'last
ARCHER Husbands of
<. wore a white embroi- over blue sheath dress and I -
members and friends of the '
Arrangements of white car- dered linen ensemble. Both had white accessories for her traveling I Governor.
Archer Woman's Club were entertained C your ballot for the truly progressive leader in the race for .
nations and palms banked the carnation corsages. ensemble. Upon their
altar. return from a wedding trip, with a Fellowship Supper
A reception was given by
I at the Clubhouse Thursday
Given in marriage by her the bride's parents at their the newlyweds will make their] j

father, the bride wore a gownof home following the ceremony.An home at 3860 Archer Road. evening.Mrs. Kokomoor, who is past I I Vote for

bridal satin and Alencon arrangement of pink glad Out of town guests include president of Alachua County I
lace. Her fingertip length veil ioli and English ivy and a silver Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Martin, Federation, installed the following I
of illusion was held In place candelabrum with white Mrs. Philip Martin, all of Sara- officers: ,
by a seed pearl crown. She tapers adorned the mantle. sota; Mrs. H. Smiley, Jacksonville BURNS
Mrs. Howard B. Skinner, HAYDONFOR
carried a lace-covered Bible A white organza and lace ; Mrs. Max Breeden, Char.leston ,
I president; Mrs. Lucius B.I
and a white orchid. tablecloth covered the cake S. C., and Mrs. Jack Jones, first vice-president; Mrs.
Attending the bride was Miss I and punch table, which was Smiley Live Oak.
; C. W. Ailstock, second vice-
i president; Mrs. L u c ius B.

Gravely, recording secretary; GOVERNOR
I Safety Program: Presented Miss Grace Gordon, corresponding
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secretary and Miss Eula pd. a dr.

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"Your Famliy's Safety" was a recent program presented for the Gainesville I \\\\

Home Demonstration Club, by Mrs. Monnie Williams Home and School Safety ; t
Chairman of the Citizen's Safety Council; Sgt. Floyd Crawford of the State II \\
Highway Patrol and Lt. Courtnay Roberts of the Gainesville police force. A i iI
I covered dish luncheon followed the program at the home of Mrs. Williams. I '

Lt.members.Roberts is pictured addressing a group of Home Demonstration Club H&I V -


I Calendar Of Events

TODAY May 22 Kuitert, as hostesses. or, 8 p.m., home of Mrs. I BUY
Gainesville Bridge Club, Recital of Mrs. Verna Delbert Sterrett, 211 NW
9 a.m., Holiday Inn. Nash's string students 7:30 Eighth Court. HOME TRIAL 5
Pilot Club, Installation of Officers p.m., Fellowship Hall of the Pofahl School of Dance Arts
7 p.m., Primrose Inn. First Presbyterian Church. "Dance Fantasies" matinee WAYSCOUCH'S
Senior recital of Miss Senior voice recital of Miss program for younger children SIDE BY SIDE ANY OTHER TV
Rheua Sue Stakely, Miss Carol Shea, mezzo-soprano, 1:30 p.m.; adult program '
Kristine Jordan and Miss assisted by Walter Caldwell, and older children, 8 PERFORMANCE
Sharon Kuitert, 8 p.m., pianist, 8 p.m., Highlands p.m., Gainesville High School 608"N. OPEN'
Gainesville Woman's Club. Presbyterian Church. auditorium. TO GUARANTEED BY

Reception following with SATURDAY May 23 College of Education Faculty COUCH'S OWN
mothers of performers, Mrs. Joint voice recital Miss Wives' Club, Family Pic- : MAIN ST. 9 P.M. FRIDAY SERVICE DEPT.

James Stakely, Mrs. Paul Sharon O'Steen, mezzo soprano nic, 2 to 7 p.m., Lake l
Jordan and Mrs. Louis C. and Jay Stevens, ten- Wauburg. j i

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W 9.52 f Lot 13 Blk A ..... .. Charlie Williams ............. 1.94 Lot 1 ... ................... ... H. J. t Frances Schroder ..... 12.42 fl 5..... .... ................ Gertrude 4 Betty & J. Smal ..
Notice Is herb Btveti that the following described lands. or to mu thereof E 24.48 f Lot 1 Elk A less S 8 f SECTION 2-10-19 .... .. .. .. ...... .G. 4 Ella Cudgo ................ 3.77
as will be to pay the amounts due for taxes herein opposite M-L R.W ....... .... Ruth Stare .. ... ..... 4, 5W ACRES AS PER DB 225 PG 176 Lot i6 .. .. ... .... ,S. L. 4 Nora Scruggs Sr. ....... 2300
I r I to The "" '. together with the costs o IUc sale and Idverlslng. will be sold MCDOWALLS ADDITIONLots LESS NE-LY 3 FT ....... .... H. W. a Elizabeth Vorles ..... 1.$4 I Lot 5 ....... ............ W. Smith Sr. At public auction on the day of A.D. 1964 noon at Annis 4.15 .,Lot .. .....'... ... W. 4 Janla Smith Jr. ( *
8t' 5 & 4. Blk ...?... ....... O. O. .. -... .. SECTION 2 4 3-10-19 6 ....? .. Willis) ... 7.34
the door of the Cleric of Circuit Cur In the Aacl.County Court House Lots 1, Blk 4 ...... ........ .... 0 0 Annis ................. 9.82. S 418 FT OF E 341.5 FT OF SEC 3 Lot ..... .... ........ P. 4 Irene Debose (Pate) ...... 7.34
I the City o Gainesville, Alachua Floida ROPER'S ADDITIONLot I LESS LOT 2 4 S.148.7 FT OF W Lots 44 67 83THOSSTEENBURG.. ...... ...... Cudgo 4 Gibbons 4 Jones ....... 247
13 Blk 3, Rng 1 Less E FT 497.55 FT SEC 2 ..*. SammIe R. Hunter 43.42 S-D PP B-91
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ORIGINAL GAINESVILLE 7 Lot 5 Bk B ......... .. ..... Lute Simmons
i of N 140 FT Less of .... Heirs 4 Son ...... jju
Lot Lot8&BegP4WcorLotIrunN9fl 3 Bishop's Replat.' Blkl Range 7.E43ftS9ftW43ft G. W. Bas ....... ........ 34.34 E 75 Ft ....a.........57Ft. H". P. L Hllbo EST. .. ..... 1459'I Lot ANGLEWOOD 16 Bk B .REPLAT .. Robt. 4 Sophie Fisher .... 95.14 Lot UUVAL 3 Bk HEIGHTS C.....PB. .E-33............... Willa E. Games, ........ ..........or

I Bishops Replat W,'o NE'of Lot 14. Blk 4. Rng 1 -u A J. Ole Wyce ...... 1.40. Lo 17 Bk B ... .... ..... ... N. O. McDowell Jr. ......... 1803 Lot 7 ....... ... ...
I I BlklRangel ... .. G. W. 4 Cora L Bas ..... ... 4634 Com cr Lot 13 Blk 5, Rng 1, Run ... ...... ... B 4 Marion Roberts (Brence) 9445 Lot 9 ...... .. ... ...... P. 4 Daisy Days ................ 1454
S 100 S. .c. .
W 50 N E Ft .. ... C 4 Lime
All Block 8 Range 7 Kay Frances Hancock ... ... 2.6 Ft to POB ........ ..5. .. ... Luvenla Henry ET AL .... 4.27 OEf.R Lot 12 ..... .. ...... ... (Clinton) ... 11.01
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BRUSH ADDITION .. Lot .. ...... .. Jon & Elizabeth Wood ....... 109.61 Lot 16 ......... .. C. Hall Jr .. .. ... ............ 1403
S 95 FT of Ft of E 1-3 of ... ...
BegSEcorBIkl3runWl3OftN3S 14 Elk 5, NR 0 1 ................ Doshla Myers ... ..... .... 10.21 Lot 3 .... .... Wm. R. Wtlleen Henderson 119.87 Lot 20 ...__.. __.. _. _.._.. Don S. Dickerson 4 Wife .. ....... n 01
1 ft E 30 ft N 90 ft E 10 ft S 12 ft Louise Hill McGregor ... .a.. 4086 Lot 9. Blk 3, Rng 2 .... ...... ... Coy Thomas .. .... ..... 25207 WOODLAND TERR NO 2 PB a Lot 21 ..... .... ....... .. J. 4 Lena Welcome (Joseph) ... 1403
Lots 11 & 14 Blk 2 Glad a Eddie George. ...... 51.29 8, 4 .. ..... Susie B. Clark .. .. E.2 ... .... ..... W. 4 Mattie Brown (Willie) .... 11.01
Lots 12 & 13 Blk .'.... Brewing .. ,NW of -Lot Blk Rng 3 4.1I Lot 18 .. .......... G. M Marion Thorp ..... 67.0 L 2 .. .. .. Legrand 4 Barbara Perry MMW.
Co. .. 47 .. .... ..
EW of N 100 Ft of Lot 1, Blk 2... ... ... -------
: Com N Line Blk 23, 1*) ft W of NE corfor 2 & Gloria 129.55 HAZEL HEIGHTS PB F-4 Lot ...... .. .. 4 Ella Huffman (Willie)......
Rng 4 .... ...._. ..... .. L M Broyles 3. ... .... ....... 11.23
R. L Chambers
FOB run W 149 ft S 31 ft E 149ft BEG 50 Ft W of SE Cor of Lot 4, Blk ., Lot 32HAZEL 4 Jo .-.. 5.9 Lot .............. ... Dorothy Brown ................... 1441
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N 31 ft to FOB .. Doris Player Vogt .. .... 11.47 HGTS ADDN 1 PB F." Lot N. 4 jewel Jones .............. .
4 Rnge 4, Run W 75 Ft N Ft E R. 4 .... ......... ......... .. 17.27
j Lot 5, Annie H. Thomas Re-Survey In .75 Ft S 150 Ft to POBINORAM'S ..15... W. E. Wright & Wife ... ... 5.& Lot 10 J. L Virginia Shrlan 121 Lot 64 .... .. ......... ...... .... A. 4 Amy Baker (AlvIn) ....... 23.97
81k23 .. Brown ... Lot 15 L& Ruby Sner ... 5 Lot L. 4 Lucretia Lewis ( ....
Mar .. .. .. 1.17 57 .......... ...... ...... Leroy) 2980
i Com on W side Arredondo St. 284 ft N ADDITION I PARADISE PB A-4 Lot 67 ............. Mary R. Dowdell ................ 10.58
ft W 115 ft Com SO ft W of NE cor of Blk 3 run W E SOW FT OF NW OF SW OF ... ....
of S line Blk 23 run N FOREST PINES PB B. Carter ................ 1545
< .. 4394 S 100 ft E Soft 100 ft ... 0 0 & Martha 37.96 .. .., . .. .. H. 4 Brower I E.1
S 44 ft E 115 tf to Beg .. ..""-: Willie Vera DixonA... .. SOft I L AiS LOT 47FLORAL L Nora ... 47 Lot 51 ... .. ...........
Com on W side Arredondo.St2 ? ft N Lots 1-2-3-4 & NW of 6 Blk 1 Parri PARK PB D-7 Lot .. .... ..... ................ Ore Lee Graham .................. 9.17
of S line Blk 23 run N 44 ft W & Parrish Addn ls Street COM NE COR OF LOT 7. FLORAL Lot 6 F. 4 Annie Williams ............ 11.12
2 ..... .............. ..
. Thomas Hayes .......... .. 51.41 recorded in Book page 403 & Book PARK RUN S U8 FT 145 FT N ... .
Hattie Strong ......................
f"fE20f. Blk 24 run W243ftS3ftE24ftN3ht E S Page < ............... ......... Minnie D. Wesley. ... ...... 2329 140 FT E 145 F TO POB ....... 0. B. 4 Katie Porter ...... 5844. Lot 79 .. ...... .... ...... Rudolph Porter (only) .. .. ....... 917 388
Ella M. Drummond ....._... Lot 104 ... ...... ... .
S-D ... ... .
..... Smith Hunter .... 39.26 Lot 5 & of Lot 6 Blk 1 Parrlsh 2.27L PARADISE PB
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A- Raiford 4 Verleen ...
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a B Hull & Henry Raattama .... Lot 107ROSEMARY................ ...... Herring .i7
Beg 177 ft S of SE cor of' Bondar 4Arredonda NS3ftofW 111 not Bik 7 ... ..... S 100 FT OF N 2 FT OF E 100 PARK PB C-95 Rosa L. Caldwell .. .. ..4 11.44
" E 134 ft OAK HALL PLATE FTOFLOTS4 .... ..... J. E. 4 Johnnie Bradstreet ... 9.6
Sts run 6 Lot Bk .......
, W36ftN63ftlnBlk24 ....... Freddie Weaver Ill ..... 3.7 43 ft of Lot 18 AWS ftofLot 1 S 10 FT OF N 325 FT OF E 100 FT Lot 1 Bk D A.Less.R-W. OR 233-98.. ..... M. F. Large ...............j 1944
NW 8th Ave&NW3rdSt.W100ftS44ft .. .. .. .. .. Shelley B Myers & wife .. LOT 54 & Evelyn Belisle .. ... 41.20 ..
Com m ft S of SW cor of less N 1 f .. .. .. 3.1 L K .I Lot 12 Bk D...... J. 4 Theora Trapp (Johnson) ... 2.43
E OF N 425 OF E 100 ''
SECTION S 100 FT C. C. 4 Altamese Fletcher ...... .
N 46 ft to POE :. ......-.10... Mattie Butler Wood ....... 21.1 NE cor 51120Be MtKlsr Lot run N 112 WF100 FTLOF 5 ....F FT"bV..... R. G. 4 June Balsamo .... 41.20 I Lot WAITES 14 Bk S-D D Less PB A-H2 R-W'OR 235-92"..... F. D. 4 Alfreda Young ......... 2X21 4.42

eg f 250 ft W & 66 ft S of NW cor Elk26runS66ftE f W 163.7 f W 4i.ll ft Morelle Buchannan ET AL ... 240 S 100.. R. 4 Helen Misner 1.0'J. Lot 3 Elk 1 ...... .............. ..
I0ftN 64 W 101 f E 2142 to P-B In Dawklns Lot 551.3 FT OF N 52 FT OF LOT 5.. M .. Frank 4 Bessie Rivers ......... 2841
I J B Garrison ._,.....?. ...... 9.29 F. X. MILLER ADDN W 100 FT 260 FT OF 10 FT Lot 7 Blk 1 ..... .. ....... V. 4 Pauline Bowles (Virdell .
la pOB Osward Howard ................ 7.73: Llllie Mae .......... 77.32 W 100 FT OF E 240 Lot f Blk 1 ....... ... ) .410
Lot7SoUS.OBlk2I .. .. of Lot . ..... .. .. ..... Hamito OF LOT 54 4 .... E. D. 4 Bertha B. Booker .... 1738
Lot 12 SOJ Elk 26 ... ........... Ulysses G. Floyd .... .... 67.93 NY 44 ....-3..... .. ........ .. Charles .......... 4323 FT OF N 9 FT OF LOT 59 ....... D. & Llllie GliCCO ...... .. 9580 Lot LotS&CLessSiOFTBk3. .. ... Sarah Bradley Heirs 4 Son .... 17.40
3 Bk 6 .. ....... ... ..
SD N 82 W ot1ot49& E 8 ft of ofLotSO Williams ....... .. 17.06 FT 290 FT OF E 100 FT .. .
at SE Elk 2& run I W SW Mar Eta S 10 JERU PARK PB Annie Bullard Heirs ............. 1447
Co cr ft :.. ..... .. Wile C 4 Mary T. Johnson .... 8494 COLCLOUGH'S ADDITIONLot LOT S9-OR 83-128 describes this by C0
ft S 82 ft 60 Elk 27 run .. . .. .. Wyecliff Alexander ET AL .. 20.30 metes 4 bounds as par then callsMAGNOLIA Lot 12 Bk D..... ... ...... .. ..
of 1PORTER'S .. ..
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uo ft S of NE cor 4240 NEW Mary Walker .................. 241
Com .. Hattie Ford .. .. 10-53 H C Grant ... 31.96 .. J. H. & Eleanor Craven Jr ... GAINESVILLE PB A-44
S 30 ft W 85 ft N ft E 8 ft .. .. .. Lot 23 ..' '. .... ... .. ... It par 7) I
3 i DD'tf fr'V'MMOCom PB'b-lI N 320 FT OF W 130 OF LOT 12

BROWN'S 2 In NY ADDITIONLot elk 2 .. .... .....ofsV Geneva Stafford ................ 130.67 at SE cor Lot IN 8 run SEC S E9 deg 45 S Lot 16 Bk B HEIGHT........... ........... .. J.G. P.4 4 Acre Betty Smith Austin(Grady...)............4.5 5.2, S LESS 6 FT R-W OF N DB 380 FT- F OF...W.VM. FT... A. 4 DIcy Morgan ............. 21.01

Com & 155 S NW cr Min W 10.5 I ta POB thence run Lot 1 Bk K. P. 4 Elizabeth Wright LOT 12 ....... ..... . ..
45 mm W 89.5 ft N 61 Lot 10 Bk C .. Miguel 4 Otelia Ruiz ...... .
89 .....
ofBlk2runE60ftS52ftW... .6. Leola Blakley ................ 2".8 mm de 4533 ft N 1 03 d2 3 Lot 18 Bk C M. F. 4 Louise Cass .... ... 90.28 S 280 FT OF LOT 12 LESS S 40 FT 341

w4oftofCo165ft23"5; tNWcOrOfS ft N 89 deg 45 mm de 145.88 ft S Lot 5 Bk D. ....."**".. C F. 4 Elvie Padgett ... 13.28 OF W 130 FT 4 LESS E SO FT .. Barbara M. Jackson ............. 944
t 5 6.8 21 mm 10 sec E ICO ft to POBLot Medray, Inc ....,.. ........ 22.22 RICHLAND HEIG'HTS'PB C-1 S 40 F OF W 150 F OF LOT 12

-. E Blk N 52'2 rn f ..1.. ... ... Pernetter Martin ........... 649 & 30 ... .......... ...... .. Isaiah & DorloM Norman .. 1684 Lot 1 ... ... ... .... P. L a Ramona Davidson .. 14.25. DB 30J .............. W. W. Mobley ................... 284
52'h ft 12V f N of Blk. S Henry 4 Oscar Gilbert .... 37.04 Lot 2 less N 40 of W 57.5 ......... Noah ............ 437 OAK'HILL PB A-IM us" T. F. THOMS S.D PB B-90

,. W 5" of of Lot 2 of Blk 3 10. ...... .. Arthur Fleming .......... 320; ,Lot 3.less W 50 f .........f..... Leola Blakley .......... ..... 12.74C Lot 10 ..... ............. ..... Suret Mortgage Inv Company .. 41.34 Lot $ A.......... ..... ... .. G. T. Williams ................... 421
EW EW OiLCt3B3 ....... ... John 4 Jessie Butler ....... ".2 Lot 114 .. ..f. .. ..... ... ... S Rose & Wfe .... .... \521 Lot .. ............... ... ... L King Life Est ........ 9.28 Lots 4 S Bk D .............. L. E. 4 Mary Hayes .......... 5405
W E'of of Lot & E 3'.f of Lot 115UNIVERSITY.... .. .......... ..... Carl W a L Rose..... 166 Lot 3 ......... ...... ... W. 4 Joann Rowel ...... 2051 Lot 6 Bk D................ C. Leggett
N' ......... 4196 5
.......... Oscar Gilbert ... HEIGHTSLotlBlkll Lots 51 52 Bk F ... R. a Anna .. .. U.1 Alberta Brooks Mr .............. 248Roxle
5 0fL.Ct4BlK3 3 .. Rosella Canady........ ..... ...2 William C Woodbury ......... 8769 SECTION 209-20 L DAVIS RPT LOT 1 DB 239-44
W'of W' of Lot 7 Elk ....... Lois W Byers Ex of Estate .... 23.51A ... ..... .. .. William C & Ella Woodbury .. 13544 OF SW COR OF SE Lot 19 ......... _. ....... ..
.., Lot 6 S-D In Blk 3 ... Lots 2 & 3 Blk 1 ....... ... W. & Ella H. Woodbury COM 16 FT N 1 NEW GAINESVILLE A-44 Upton ......?............ 4.42
FeMel's .. e .. 8585 28 DEG MIN W 105494 PI
Lot 7 Elk .. ........ 2 .
BROWN'S ADDITION A Byers .. ... 6.26 1 ...... W. & Ella H. Woodbury .... 18.6 TO BEG. N DEG 31 MIN IE S 100 FT OF LOT LESS W 151
Blk 3 ... .... .. Lot 9 Blk .... .. ... FT
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Lot 7 Fennell's S-D Oscar ... .. .. 21.70 SECTION 5-10-20 200FTE604.51FTN44OEGS3MINW FT 4 LESS R-W .. . J. W. 4 Lillian Welch
5 .. ... Perry .. ... MISC LANDS IN .......... 1044
Lot 1 In E' of Blk Blk 5 ........ Mar M Y Jones .. ....... 2.37 Com 480 ft S of SW cor of UniversityAve 12426 FT W 544.37 FT S 61 DEG N 6 FT OF S 13 FT OF W 16 FT

p LOt221fl'0f ..... D Jones 4 Thelma D Hall 8.6 & Wilson Sts run W S 100 31 MIN W 200 FTS23DEG2MIN E LOT 21 R-W DB ... J. C. Osteen ... ................... 442T
Lot I In E'of Elk In 6 .of.Blk.6..... Floyd Davis .. ... .............. ft E 98 ft N 100 ft ......I..... Florrie Morris Est ...... 16741 100 FT TO BEG. ..... .. ........ W. R. 4 A Dudley Jr. .. 10.6 N 6 F OF S 240 FT OF E 120 FT
W 58.5 of Lot U E' 22 .. .......... ... .... 4 Jannie .......... .
.. f___ .6 7. run S 75 f .. .. .? IA __ _. P_ _P ... P_
cor UI 'I sil -- ... ... Cornelia A Jones Smith .... 589 4 Blk 3 .. .. ...... .... ...... Mir A Rorn ..... ..... .. 24. N 1104 FT OF S 1137 I-I ur I iw r a ri ur jru ri wr Y uv rs
.'. W6OftN7sftE60ftb0P of Lot 31 ... ADDITION OF W 1322 FT DB 313-234 ... .... T. J. 4 Helen Davis ..... .. 132.14B. OF LOT 2 ....... .... ... ..... 4 Essie Robinson (Leroy) ... 5411

c 4- E 61k7 10 ft of...Lt.....30..&..W..30. ..f... ............. Jessie Geo. 4 Perry Annie .Tomlm........... .... 422 1069 LVINGSTON 71 1 S-ly 177 NW ft NJV-ly cor Lot 158 18.3 run ft &NE.ly Beg HUGH 128 EDWARDS..... .IND. .CENTERLot ........ L 4 Ruth Bryan ..... 1 445 S OF 50 FT LOT 23 N 160...FT...OF... .E. ..16. .FT. T. E. 4 Llllie Webb ............ 2954

E 40 ft of Lot 31 Blk 7 ............. Amelia Webster .. .. ...... 15.87 NW cor Lot 20 run S-ly 157.7 ft NE.ly Lot 130 .............. ....... ...... Ella F. Wood ............ 133.37 S 10 FT OF N 210 FT OF W 16 FT
21 In of Ek! 10 .. .. ... ...... .. Dorothy King ..... 73.51 C 4 Betty McKinney (Chester) 108.84 Barbara A. Brltt ....... .
Lot S' of Elk run 71.S ft NW.ly 144 ft .... ..... Lot 131 .... ... .. :DsL lpT2lois ..... ... 9.34
I Com 189 ft E of NW cor ft N 1 ft ., Theodore Huddleston ... ..... MISC LANDS IN SECTION 8-10-20 Lot 132 ............"....... ..... C 4 Betty McKinney (Chester) 100.22 ;w 2"3'3 DB 278-247
E n I 5 W UniversiTY.2 Terrace .. 9.5 Com SW cor Rocky Point RD & ACL W 250 FT OF LOT 142 ......... G. W. Ahrens Jr. ... .. .. 6.5 olR3DI 4 .... .' .. C. R. 4 Evelyn Waters ....... 2008
Lot S & of Lot S .... .. Alex 4 Felicia .... 41769 RR run N 34 min W 30741 ft SECTION 284.20 RPT LOT 35; NEW 'ji, .
M. Druash .
In EVa Blk13 .. .. SW-ly 100 7 de 307.41 ft NE-ly 100 S 200 FT OF PARCEL 7 OF GAINES Lot 2 Blk 2 ........ .... .. ... Donald Zausch ................... 1609
t Lots 3 & 8 Dukes Cor Blk Elk .. W. I Rose .......... 82.83 ft to POE f._ .n... .-.... ... Paul W. Duke ......... 17.81Paul VILLE INDUSTRIAL PARK ...... Bev Investment Co .. ... 23.60 WARD RPT LOT 3 DB 38
,(:_ Corn 2A7 f N of of S rn.,. Joseph Belton ... Com 180 S of SW cor ACL R.R a SPRINGSTEAD PB D-9 Lot 1 Bk 3 '" ._ ... ... ... ...... J. H. 4 Yvonne Ward ......... 1004
ft E 12" .. .. ... 16.0 f Lot 3
W f State 329 run N 72 deg 54 min Lot 2 S of Creek Rd Extension DAVIS REPLAT LOT 37 3 DB 310-2

IGOODE'S SUBDIVISION Lot 3 Blk 2 .... Ruby H. Killmger ... ...... 1.7 4384ft-N2935ftN54deg E 187.77ft Less R-W DB 351 PG 343 ....... H. A 4 Lena Sparkman .. 6.3 Lot 1 4 2, Blk .............. Ernest G. Tetstona ............. 4298
S.W20 to R.W S 72
:o. A PORTER'S S-D OF SECTION" Strip N 014 ft AC deg 34 min de 5 ft S 72 WW of Lot 9 4 Lot 10 S. F. Fogle .. ..:........ 5993 Lot 3 Bk A ......... .02... ...... Modern Homes ConsL Co. ...... 3X37
N of Lot and 11 ... . P G 4 Janet 54 mm E 307.41 ft S 8 deg mm SECTION fl--20 S 2 FT OF W 40 FT OF LOT 5 BK
.. . . . .. Geiger .... 26.0 deg 3 ............. E 105 FT. G. 4 Fannie Judktns ..
ofsarneW ... P-B .. .... .. .. W. Duke 15740 S 130 FT OF N 590 FT OF .. ........... 200
.. ft to '
W 80
OfLOtSl ......SECTION.....C.1ft20S Ruby H. Killmger .. 782 Lot as per D3 page 248 .. ... Grover M Davis, Jr. .... 16.0 W 120 FT OF SE* OF NOT .... Edit M Voyles (only) ... ... 3.77 Lot 3 Bk B :::: :::::::::::::::::::::: Willie 4 Elese Whittyo .......... 496

VOYLES SURVEY OF Com NE cor run 31 1172 ft Run S 43 deg DIXIE HEIGHT PB BoO E4OFTOFLOT3BKC ... ....... B. T. Washington .. .......... 280
103.7 ft of W 9 I of Lot 1 Leonard'sPlat Easement 10 Win W 1185.5 S 278.5 ft S 82 ce Lots 7 ......... ...... Roger W. 4 Clara Monismith .... 10.90 E 40 FT OF LOT 1 Bk D ..... J. H. 4 Yvonne Ward ].......... 280
of Lots 2 2 Ruth Swain .. 35 min W 483.75 f run 445.24 SEMINOLE HEIGHTS PB A-148 W FT OF LOT I Bk D ...... J. H. 4 Yvonne Ward 1.......... 280
IS per OR 24016 .. ... .. .. .. ... 30.6 along W R-W Rocky Point f run N Lot 2 .. .. .. ... .. .... ....... W. F. 4 Anna Ryals ..... 4093 E FT OF LOT 7 Bk D ........ Willie Williams 4 et al".. ...... 280
COLLEGE PARK 8 deg 37 min E along R.W 150 ft N Lot 3 .... .......... ....... .. J. C a Mary Allen ....... 4741. W 40 FT OF LOT 8 Bk D......... J. H. 4 Yvonne Ward .. .. .... 280
I ................ Ray H. Brannon ......... 16005 72 deg 54 Mm W 39044 ft to POB run SUNCREST PB B.100 W 40 FT OF LOT 3 Bk E.... W 4 Catherine Hall C-O Adeline
344BEC41ft of Lot 4 Blk 12 ...... Flossie V. Hartman ........ 43.16 N 72degS4mlnWS1ftSl6deO39mm W44FTOFLOT3&LOTS4S6EkBLot J. Adolyen Hendrick .... 31.6 Sapp ....... ............ 280
Lot SPENCER PLAYS W 50.25 It S 9 deg 50 min E 84.97 8 Bk B .. .................. J. A. a Marie .... 3.9 AVONDALE ESTATES PB D-25

E 90" of S of Lot ......... John 4 James Dakos ...... 33.93 ft run 88 de 17.min E 54.83 ft S 72 Lots 12 1 Bk C ......... Ola Humphreys 4 Mrs. L J. W 40 FT OF LOT 1 Bk F ......... James Roberts .........4........ 280
at SW cor Lot 30 In N' SKtio deg 54 mm 6.33 ft run N 8 deg 31 Studstill .. .. ..... .. ........ 17-08 WARD RPT LOT 42 DB 215-154
Corn run N 20 ft E 141.9 I S 220 mm W 107.54 ft to POB ... Nellie Monson & Huldah Walden 4942 Lot 14 Bk C ..... .. .... .. Daniel 4 Nellie Weaver ....... 2.37 Lots 14 15 OR 1720..... ... ... Church ef God Trustees I........ 424
6102 ft to P-B Less S 10 for st. P. W. 4 Page H. Peck Jr. ... 178.53 Com at SW cor of Nelson Lot In Sec. Lot 10 Bk E ........... .... C. T. 4 Laverne Dowimg ..... 30.23E. Lots 19 22 ... ............... A. 4 Maxclne Demos (Amos) .... 424
MURRAY HILL COURT run N 34 deg W 210 ft S 54 deg W 210 Lots 1 2 Bk M .......... .... .. E. 4 Clara Cline ........ 34.23 WARD RPT LOT 4 DB 215-154
Lots 142 .. ..... ............ R D 4 Martha Minerd ... 14612 ft S 34 deg E 210 ft NE 210 ft to POB OAK PARK PB A-176 Lot 8NEW ............ .. .. ... ..... L. 4 Ore Lawson (LevI) ....... 5227
WESTFIELO also com SW cor Duncan Nelson Lot Lot 1 4 EW of Lot 2 Bk B ..... J. M 4 Virginia Boles .. ... 69 GAINESVILLE PB A-44
: Elk E .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. H W 4 Mary P. McDonell ... 4330 run Easterly 300 ft to Road Northly OAK PARK PB A-174 S 100 FT OF W 10 FT OF LOT 43
Lot Lot 37l l less the E 10 Iff a M Lot 4 Blk F Gore 4 Kromer ............. 96.01 100 ft N 1 deg W 40 min 135 ft S 5 Lot 23 Bk H .. ......... .... ... W. H. 4 Jeanette Edwards Jr. .. 23.21 LESS N 60 FT W 35 FT ..... Abner Jones ...................... 7.41
W B BROWN PLAYS deg W ft to BEG. .... .. O 0 Anis .. .. .15.2 SECTION 299.20 WARD RPT LOT 44 DB 213-154
of Lot 2& N 1V I of Lot 3 NW of Acre Sold by Colclough to Sophie COM AT NE COP OF PINE HAVENS.D Lots 4 5 ... .... ..... .......... Janie L. King .. ................. 820
5" f . ..... .. .. ....... Mrs. A D McVoy......... 74.34 Hilton N of Warren Missouri Lot Paul W. Duke ..... ... .. 394 RUN N 20 ONTG E 100 FT S 211 Lot 13 .................... W. L. 4 Ruby Malone .. ...... 2591
H.Bil STORY ADDITIONLot SV'j of Acre Sold by Colclough to Sophie FT NW.LY CREEK TO PT Lot 18 .......... .......... David Jones 4 Marie Barker .. 354
19SECTION . ... ........ R 4 Daisy Desher ........ 1047 Hilton N of Warren Missouri Lot Paul W. Duke .... ....... 5.78 148 FT S OF POB N TO POB G. E. 4 Annie Cleveland .. .. 1983 Lot 19 ..................... Sarah M. Robinson .,. . .. .. 34.66
33..2O SW of Warren Missouri Lot describ PINE HAVEN PB D-24 Lot 20NEW ..... .... .............. L. 4 Essie Robinson Leroy) ... X54
of W of S 1S0 of N 22 as following com at Stake Lot 13 ... .. ... .. J. W. 4 Jayne Bowman ... .. 6717 GAINESVILLE PB A."
E of SW'4 of NE'4 unplatted Lands Mar Gillispie ............ .416 W 210 f from SW cor of Duncan Nel- Lot 36 .. .., .. .....""" Bruce A. 4 Ida W. Edwards .. 16.30K. S WF.F E 8 FT OF LOT 44 LESS i
f 2. & E2 of Lot 2 Gateway Park. son 2 acre Tract run S 34 deg E 210flSSldegW2iOttN36deoW210ft iAZEN ESTATES PB'w/ R. 4 Marguerite Cassds (Ray) 481
Donald C 4 Beverly Cook .. 66.26 Lot 5 Bk BLess FT of E JACK THOMAS S-D PB

5D PARK UNRECORDED PLAT IN N 43 deg E 210 ft In NW of Sec. .. Paul W. Duke ... ...... 13.2 47 FT .. ... .. .. ... C. 4 Hazel Merwln .. .. 13397 Lot IS ..C.9...... .. H. M. 4 Lueyle Martlh ....... 2384
SEC 329-20 Com at NW cor of Warren Missouri Lot Lot 6 Bk C ..... .. .. B. 4 Hyacinth Donaldson .. 61.01T. I HARPER S-D PB lji7:

11 ... .... .......... J L George Jr. ......... ..2.J .< as per DB 99 page 294 run N 54 dogE9OftS26deqE10SftSS4d0W GAINESVILLE HGT P BA-UO C Lot 5 Bk A... ............ R. W. 4 Byron Fountai?* ....... 3349
Lot Lot 12SECTION..... .. ......... ..... L George. Jr. ........... 9 .3 LotllBk BRIDGEVIEW .. .. ...... J. a Mary Downs .;..... 7.77 Lot 2 Bk ....... Roy E. 4 Doris E. Maitin ...... 426
32-t.21 90 ft N 36 deg E 105 f In NV of Sec. Paul W Duke ........... 8.0 PB C-21-24 1 HARDEE 'EiGH'TS PS' :32'
of NW'.' run N 31 f E REPUBLIC HEIGHTSLot Lot 13 Bk 1 .. ..... ... ... ..... H. D. 4 Silva Stafford ........ 2235 HARDEE REPLAT PB E-52
Com ft SW to cor FOB N 315 ft E 2 f S 1 .. . .. ...... ........... J & Essie Mae Strappy 2818 Lots 9 10 1 1 Bk 2 D. B. 4 Mary Shealy .... .. 11.** Lot 7NEW .. .. .. .... Orvetta Newman ......... 1522
.0 POB Less N 1 f for Lot 2 . .. .... .... ......... Henry & Sarah Williams .... 5475 ,Lots 6 7 S ............... .. E. B. 4 Callie Mae Sapp ..... 3407 I GAINESVILLE PB AN
ft St. to. .... .............. W F 4 Fleta C Fordham ... 73.83 Lot 5GOSS .. ... .. .............. Frank M O'Byrne .......... 82.51 Lot 14 Bi 1 5 ............ .... J. A. 4 Betty Howard ....... 47.41 18 FT OF S 338 FT OF-E 110 FT
FLORIDA TERRACE S.D ADDITIONN Lots Bk 7 Gladys Crawford .. ...... 28.07 LOT 61 ..... .. Ethel M. Cox ............L..... 4439
. ... ....... Virginia L Chalfant .. ...... 50 ft of E 100 ft Of Lot 1 Blk 1 Lot 1 Bk 8 . ... O. J. 4 Geneva Lewis ...... 17.49 Lot 62 LESS E 40 FT OF W 70 FT OFS
Lot 5 S.D .2.2 Rnge 1 . ... .. ..... M & Minnie Simmons .. .... 5.67 Lot 1 Blk 9 Unit 2 ...... ... .. E. E. 4 Opal Hyder, Jr. ... 1749 150 FT OF N 200 FT 4 LESS E
D8ETTER 3 of Lot 1 In S'See 32.9.20 ........ Geo W 4 Kathryn Thomas ..... 51.62 NV of Lot 2 Elk 1 Range 1 .. .... .. A A Byers .. ............. 1047 Lot Bk 10 Walter E. Kiser ......... 2915 170 FT OF N 125 LESS S 200
Lot SPRING PARK S.D UNIT 2 S 50 f of Lot 4 Blk 1 Range 1 ....0. Mattie Strowder ....... .... 5.72 Lot 1 Bk 10 ............ .... J. D. & Ruth Poteet ....... 1409 FT OF E 100 FT .F. .a. ... ... ... H. E. 4 Pearl Pearson ... .... 3851
32 .... ... ....... .uS"2 Alex 4 Felicia M Druash .... 12.85 E 80 ft of N 80 f Of Lot lBlk 5 Lot 6 7 Bk 1 .. O. O. 4 Louise Annis ....... 842 WW Of lot 63 LESS S 300 FT 4 LESS .
Lot of Section 32.920 Rge 1 .. .. ... .. .. ... .. .. Eugene & Camilla Bailey .. 3569 Lots 11 UBGH11EST....... Henry 4 Nora Molloy .. ... 51.29. N125FTOFW65FTSOF RD ... J. M. 4 Ella Wood ......f.... 12.78
7 & 8 4ofLOtC& Beo E 50 ft of Lot 3 Blk 5 Range 1 .. .... Earl Howard ............ 2.69 ORMAN PB E-49 SI25FTOFN 175 FT OF W 65 FT OF
Lots Lot I run E 10 I N 12 ftwloftSl62ftt0PS Lot 4 Elk S Range I, less W VWW .... Ruby Lang .. ............... .475 Lot 1 O. O. 4 Louise Annis ........ 593 LOT 63 4 S 90 FT OF N 140 FT OF

SE cor Earl S Weldon & wife ... .. 1.6 of Lot 4 Blk 5 Range 1EW .. .. ... Earl Howard .. ..... .... .4.75 Lot 2 ..... ..... ...... .... O. O. 4 Louise Annis ........ 593 E 35 FT OF LOT 44 .... ... ...... J. M. 4 Ella Wood ......1..... 4423
at NE cor of N't of Elk 9 J B & E 45 f of W 100 ft Of S 40 f Of Lot .,. O. O. 4 Louise Annis ...... 5.93 N IOOFTOFS400FTOF E 125 FT
Com BaileYs Est-un W 9.1 f S S2Corn Lot 2 ElK; Rge 2 .. .. .. Silas Williams ...... .... 1140 I Lot ;4 O. O. 4 Louise Annis .......... 5.93 OF LOT 63 .. ...... .. ... .. .... W. 4 Doyle Burch Jr (Wai ce) 675
E 16 N 152 to ... Wm R 4 Ole V. Carter .. .88.57 Begin 50 ft S of NW cor of Lot 3 Blk S Lot 5 ...... .............. .. O. O. 4 Louise Annis .... ... 593 S 100 FT OF E 165 FT OF LOT 63 .. Raymond Griffis ..........3.1| $
9 I 'SWCrLot 9.MU. .. Rgs 2 run S 60 ft E S f N 6 f Lot 6 ......... ........... O. O. 4 Louise Annis ... .... 593 E 10 FT OF W 165 FT OF N 190 FT OF
IerS I e'of N 13 f E tOO f S W 50 I .... . . .. .. Ruby Lang ... .... -.... 3.1 Lot 7 O. O. 4 Louise Annis ........ 5.93 LOT 6 LESS N 50 FT FOR RD .... R. H. 4 Minnie Peters .J./ ....... 2.75
t3SftWlOOfttOPOB Thomas J Tanksley Jr. 4 wife 40.07 Com at point 45 f W of NE cor of Lot 8 D. W. 4 Daphine C. Norris .... ".23 Lot as per DB 364-410 .. ....... J. W. 4 Annie Huguley Jr ...... 1183L.
ft of W 160 ft of N'h of Lot 11, Lot 3 Blk 5 Rge W 55 f S 55 I Lot 9 O. O. 4 Louise Annis .... 5.93 WARD RPT LOT 7 DB
S and 60 less reserved for streets W A 4 Ruby T. Barnes .... 7295 E 55 ft N 55 ft ... .. ... Horace Garner ........... 368 Lot 1\0 C. 4 McKinney (Chester) 82.83 Lot 2 Bk 2 ....... .321-3. ...... .. F. Gann (Only) ........ ... .... 9.41
of Pars of W 200 ft of Lot Lot 5 Replat! of Lot 4 Blk 5 Range 2 Simon J a Mary Johnson .... ..8!Lot \ O. O.Bet Annis ... .... 5.93 NEW GAINESVILLE PB A-44

S 1 10 f OfL0t2 .. .. . P M Heckard ....... ... 5.3 GOSS ADDITION ,Lot 13 O. O. 4 Louise Annis ........... 5.93 BEG AT INTERSECTION OF W LINE
E\ N of SE cor of Lot 1rn NE'xi and SW of NW/4 of Lot 3 Blk 2 Lot 14 ... 593 OF LOT 89 4 S LINE OF HIWAY
Com 257'2 f W S 92'2 f Rnge 3 . . 0 . ... ...... Johnnie B & Dorothy M Jackson 53 84 Lot 15 O. O. 4 Louise Annis .. NO RUN SE.LY ALONG HIWAY
N 31 I ... 593 1
92'2 .f..... .... ...... J L Gerge. Est ........... 17227 N of Lot 2 Stephenson Replat of Lot 14 O. O. & Louise Annis .. .... 593 94 TO POB SE-LY ALONG HI-
Lots 315 6 f .&.C In SW'4 Lot 12 ... ....... 1.5 10 I Blk 3 Range 3 . ... .. Raymond & Lfatha May Lot 17 ... ..... .......>... O.O. O.O. 4 4 Louise Louise Annis Annis ............... 7106 WAY 58 FT SW-LY 182 FT TO PT
S .. .
Beo 304 S of N' cor Lot 16 run Stephenson .... .. 6.53 Lot 18 O. O. Louise Annis .. 10421 58 FT SE-LY FROM W LINE OF LOT
ft E I S SO ft E to RR R.W N 50 ft of W 7318 ft of SE'/i & E Lot & Louise Annis .. 593 89 W-LY 58 FT TO W LINE OF LOT

90 NEy along f R-W to Pt. opposite 24 ft of UY of SJVV of Lot 3 Blk 2Range Lot 1...................... O.O. O.O. 4 Louise Annis .. ....... 593 89 NE-LY 200 FT TO BEG .. .... Grady Porter ................... 2804W.
POE . . .. . .. : . Dorothy Browning ... .. ... 21542 ....... Robr & Lucille Mobley .... 8.3 Lot 21 4 Louise Annis 593 HART S-D LOT t P8 D-8
Beg 444 tt S of NW cor of Lot 1 runS RR NW ef Lot 1 Blk 4 Range 5 ....... Wiie & Ruth Green ...... Lot 22 ........ ....... .. .. O.O. O.O. 4 Louise Annis .............. 593 .... ...... .. .. .. .. ... E. Hartt ...................... 37.34
ft 593
50 50 ft More or Less W to Point of 18 & 21CRCG23Y ... ..... .... Spearman Brewing Co. ...... 1.0 Lot 2. .. ... ... .. .. ..... .. O.O. O.O. 4 4 Louise Louise Annis Annjs ............ 5.93 S 70 FT OF W 140 FT OF N FT

Peg. ' J. L George Est .. .. .... .. ANNEX ORMAN LEIGH EST PB"E-49 OF LOT 94 .. ..3. .. W. O. 4 Vergie Crews ......... 3499
106 -f' Lot 16 W f T 4 j 17.9 Lotll&54 .. .. .. ........ J C Courtney & wife ......... .86 Lot 25 L Phme 13823 N 110 FT OF S 330 FT OF E

S I . I'in .... ..... J L' George Est ....... 41251 Blk 3 of Bandin! Re-Survey .... E F a May S. Cannon .... 61.23 Lot 26 .............. ..... Mar. 4 Elizabeth Louise Annis .......... 593 FT OF LOT 94 .. .. .. .. .16. Josephine Ray ................... 3850L.
LoRl C F Goodman's Addition In NWLoB"9 Lois 12-3 4 Blandmg Resurvey Lot 27 ......... .... ...... ... Louise Annis 593 S 10 FT OF N 248 FT OF W 310 FT
17 .. .. J L 4 Nina Hal .. ........ 87.53 . ...-.... .. .. ... .. John W. Harrell .... .. .. 18.6 Lot 28 ............. ...... O.O. O.O. a Louise Annis .......... 593 LOT 9 LESS W 120 FT OF N
In of Lot 17 in SW of Lots 1-2-345 & 6 Blandmgs Resurvey Lot 3 .......... ..... .... .. O. O. &Louise Annie ....... 593 50 FT .. .. .. ... .. .. ....... 4 Rosa Malphurs (Leroy) .... 260
.. .
SY .. John W Harrell 27.27
.. N FT OF
S 244
; ' Clarence 4 Eula Thcfrrs 62.63 Lot O. O. 4 Louise Annis ....... 593 s FT OF E 125 FT OF
Le Walkers 'R.pat of NW of Lot Loa 10-11 & 1 Elk! 5 Blandings Re- Lot 32 Less W 20 FT O. O. 4 Louise Annis .. 13726 155 FT OF LOT 97 .... .... Doris 4 Annie Ellis ............ 1196
I 1& . . C W 4 Julia M. Hsskir.S .... 3764 I !U'vsyPtRWOOD ...... ... .. John W. Harrell ....... .. 14.31A W 20 FT OF LOT 32 .... Annie 4 Bean .. ...... 7.12 E 178 cT OF LOT 107 S OF RD LESS
.. Lot 19 of R plat of S'h ef Let 15 Whitirg .. .. ....... 1231 HEIGHTS Lot 33 O. O. 4 Louise Annis 5.93 A TRIANGLE AS PER DB 342-
W of NE cor Lot Lama A Lot 1 B'k! 1 ... E Lancaster .. .. 2.48 .... .. 313 A. E. 4 Eva Peg ram .......... .5854
Corn 77 ft S A 10 ft ... ... .. ..... Lot 34 ...... .. ... .. O. O. 4 Louise Annis ...... 593 . .......
run W 50.2 I S 10 I E 50.25 t Lot 2 Bite 1 ... .............. A E Lancaster ........... 226 Lot 3 ............ ...... ....... .0. O. & Louise Annis ....... 5.93 NEW GAINESVILLE PB A-45
f 1 80 to .,0 .. .. Hugh Edwards. Inc ...... ... 595 Lots 123-4-5 & 6 ...... ...... A E Lancaster ........... 2138 Lot ....... ... ............. O. O. 4 Louise ..... 5.93 REPLAT BKS 1 2 PB CLot
f S of NE cor of Lot 1 run Lots 8 & 9 Blk 6 ......... ...... A E Lancaster .. ....... 2.9 Lot 37 ............. ... ...... O. O. 4 Louise Anis .......... 593 1 Bk 2 .. .. .. .-............. H. Anderson (Hutcherson) ...... 399
Co I S 43 ft E SCO N Lots 10 & 1 Blk 6 ......... .. A E Lancaster ........... Lot 38 ... ............ ... .... O. O. 4 Louise Annis 593 Lot 25 Bk 2 ..... .. ......... Lottie fA. Fair .. ... .... .. ........ 2.15E.
hO..... ... ............... Sarah Ector .,......... .... 2549 Elk 7 less 7 also Less Lot 4 ....... A E Lancaster .......... 1425 Lot 3 .......... ........ ... O. O. 4 Louise Annis ..... ... 593 NEW GAINESVILLE PB AW
? ADDITION ... 'Let 4 Blk 7 ............ Walter Williams .. ... ...... 475 Lot ......... .... ....... O. O. Louise Annis ...... 5.93 5W F OF LOT 1 & LOT- 2 Bk B. 4 Bertha WIgglesworth ... 3931
I HILL of Lot 21 ............. .... J B 4 Alene Rivers ........ 13.C3 Lots 9-10 & 11 Elk ( ..... .... .... A E a Ida Lancaster ......... 7.23 Lot 41 .......... ... ... ..... O. O. a Louise Annie .. ...... 593 Lets 3 5 Bk 12 ......... .....1 T. V. & Ursula Riley .......... 2689
Lot 10 less E 11 f tying N of Blvd ... A K Strmgfellow ..... ..... 169.66 CAROL ESTATESLots Lot 42 .... ............. .. Wm. a. Butler .. ....... 71.27 Lets 10 11 12 W 51W FT OF
W so W of E ft of Lot 34 lyingHKSHLAN'DCOURT 23 Elk C ....... ... .... Ben F. & Gladys Griffin .... 11024 Lot O. O. Louise Annis .. .. 593 LOT 14 Bk 12 1...a........ ... W. E. 4 Lena Doster .......... 4485
.. .......... A K Stringfellow .. ...... 8985 Lot 6 Elk D O' ... ............ Shepard M & Mary Faber ...... 61.83R Lot 4< O. O. a Louise Annis ........ 593 NW OF LOT 7 Bk 14 ........ ...... J. C. t Edna Williams ......... 3812
.'NIY' I Let 2 Elk J -1st Addn .. J & Carmen Vilece' .... 10767 Lot .. O. O. 4 Louise Annis .......... 5.93 SI OF LOT 7 Bk 14 .. .. James 4 Edna Williams ....... 1544
Lot 1 Blk 26 .. .. ..... Highland Courts, Inc .. ..... 2743 Lot 25 Elk, K-1st Addn ::::::::::::: W G & Louise A G1ston. Jr. .. 5497 Lot 47 .. ... ....... ..... .... O. O. 4 Louise Annis .. 593 Lot 14 Bk 21 .. .. .. ......... .. C. A. 4 Jewel Griffin . .. .. 1673
-.. .... Highland Courts Ine ..... 2429 Lot 14 elk N-1st AddnLot ..... ..... W & Lucinda Hoste'ter Jr. ..... 67.06 Lot 48 .... O. O. 4 Luis Anis ... ..... 593 Lot 14 Bk 24 ..... ............ Barbart J. 4 Frances Feaster .. 7.23
E LLIOTT4ML'ENGLE ADDITION 1 Carol Este'es East ..... .. Coy & Helen B. Thoma ... 25.70 Lot 49 O. O. 4 .... .. 593 Lot 2 Bk 34 4 PART OF ALLEY
NEV of Blk 5 Range 5 .. .. .. Billy J 4 Mary C Bounds .... 89.53, Let 2 Cerol Estetes East .... .. .. Coy & Helen .. ... 2479 Lot 50 ... .. ... ...... .... O. O. Louise Annis .... 593 ADJACENT AS PER OR 203-442 .. .. W. L. i Lillian Waters ......... 21.65
Lot 2 Blk 2 Range 8 ........... Ch3. 4 Mildred Slater ... ..... 47.73 Lot 3 C'cI E'*"es EastSUNNYBilCCK ... .... Coy & Helen Thomas .... ... 3.3 Lot 51 O. O. a Louise Annie ... ... 593 Lots I' Bk 3.... .. ... ......... H. L. 4 Dorothy Moore ......... 1274
W 45 ft of Lot 2 Blk 2 Range 9 ... .... Virginia M. Windsor ..... ... 21.27 EST I Let 52 O. O. 4 Louise ..... .. 593 Lot 1 Bk ... ... ......... .. .. Rose YJ Homan ............,..... 11.12J.
EUftofLot4Blk2Raet .. '...". James A 4 Mary C Arnold ... Lot 10 ... .. .. .. .... E. E. & Clara' Cline ...... 4417 Lot 53 O. O. 4 Louise All ........ 593 Lots 2 3 BK 37 S OF HIWAY
E 80 ft Of Lots 1 4 2 All lots 344 21.01 Lot 11 .... .. .. .. ... Woodrow & Alice Keene .. .. 104.84 Lot 54 O. O. 4 Louise Annis .. ... 10443 ST ADJ AS PER DB 3.J ..a W. Harrell (only) ............ 745
J Elk 1 Range 17 ....... O 0 Annis .. ...... ...... 3.0 Lot 14 G. O. & Virginia Bnttam ..... 5484 Lot 55 O. O. 4 Louise Annis ...... 11026 LAKE WAY GROVES PB
: ; I Lot 19 :. .. nm..j..jj.jj..jj.j... W. R. & Jeannme Fraser ... 51.51 NW of Lot Bruce '
FAIRFIELD S-D Lot 54 D. W. 4 Sharon Pridge... 110.26 I Blk AMCDONALD .. ..... .. \ Edwards ............... 4871
...... Mittie Bowman ........... 2926 Lot 24 :. : .. .. .. .... King D. & Evelene J. White 4795 Lot 58 O. O. Lois .... 5.93 ACRE PB 02 1'
H IGHLAND"H"E"IGH'TS I Lot 34 : .: .. .. .. .... E. C. & Norma Hasenplug ... 54.84 Lot 59 O. O. a Annis ... 593 LITTLE B-28

,I Lots 7. & Blk H .. .......... Ale 4 Felicia M. Druash .... 9338 tot 37 ............. ...... .. Ruth L. Martin .. .... ...... 3909 Lot 40 O. O. 4 Louise Annis .......... 593 Lot 2 Bk 2 Les E 2 FT ..... Angeline: H. Elder ............. 72M
1 of Elk. L .. A 4 Marian L McNellis ...... 4555, C9L"t .. .. .. P. A. & Ruth Zimmerman ..... Lots 1 2 3 Bk Edward *.
Lets 13 14 4 5 1ft Lo 1 J 57.7 Lot 41 O. O. 4 Louise Annis .. ..... 593 ... 0 .' Catncarf ........ . 2084
: ::::::::::::::::::::::::: "
Mr. &
TOM HARRIS LANDSS1.3OfLOt7 .h. : Mrs. B. Hazard ....... .8 Lot 42 O. O. 4 Louise Annis .... .. .. 593 CLINCH GRT PER GOV PLAT
.. ..... .. ... Charlie 4 Artie Bell Graham .. .447 I- : N '** .J9 Lot 63 ... O. O. 4 Louise Annie ...... 593 BEG AT NE COR OF SECTION RUN
Lot CTHOMAS. Julia Fox .. .... .. ......... 32!IN 51 FT 0' S '!"52 F OF E 40 Lot 44 Mary E KiTrrel (enlv) ...... 11534 S ON E LINE 25233 FT N DEG
ADDN IN SECTION .-,;::0' F OF FTFESN'WOOD ... .. ... ..... West Side Water Co., Inc. Lot 45 .. O. O. 4 Lois Annis ........ .. 593 S Mi W 3 FT TO INT 1 RUN
S ft Of Lot 4 & N lOft Cf Lot 5 I CO S. Clark Butter: .. ........ ..11 Let 46 O. O. 4 Annis ...... .. 5.93 S FT 1 DEG 5 MIN W 473
2 Alley I 7.S ft 60 f o East .. H W Fulwood 4 wife .......... 8.9 I MANOR Lot 67 O. O. 4 Annis .. ...... 5.93 FT N 4 DEG MIN E 524 FT S
.. .x let in ... .. .. . S. P. & Henrietta Williamson asec .mo _. Luis ... .._. U IH nPrt C 4JIU C !. ET TA DCT-
Lot UIJflM.''... .-... ... ... .... .... Johnnie Lee 4 wife ......... Lot ?3WESTMORLAND" :: Wm.: P. & Elaine 'Brown'-::.:::: 51.94 I PINE CREEK' 'PB'E-44 .. ... "T mar",, .. ..f, AS- -P -D8.67.,6.6.; .:. .'. .. T. J. 4 Helen Davis ............ 141.81
1 ROBERTSON ADDITION 9.81 ADM 1 .PB...-.. ,Lot 7 .. E. S. 4 Bernice Haney NAPIER
DIG. S 34 Of Lot 2 Blk 1 Rnge 1 S Webb Wilson 4 wife .... ... Let 34SECTION. .. ... ... ... W. G. & Dorothy Carson .. .. 194 FOREST PARK FARMS PB C-46 .. ,321 N 359 FT OF S 519 FT OF THAT
S 123-5 ft of f 9 & 10 Elk 2 Rnge 1 .. F 4 Julia Hart ........ .... 4006 35-9-19 Lot 11 LESS PART AS PER OR PART OF LOT 24 E OF H-W NE Lyla
Lot Blk 5 Rnge 1 ..... R H White .. ............ .. 22J4Elbert S 178452 FT OF WW LESS S 1155 F 104-324 .. ...... J. A. 4 Marian McNeli ..... D." OF BIVENS ARMS ....... ..a.... R. L. 4 Ward ............ 4454t
o'f Lot 1 & E 40 f oVV VVVt'of Lot 2 I OF W 443 FT & LESS N 400 FT PART OF LOT AS PER OR 104-324 G. 4 Elvina CLINCH GRT PER GOV PLAT
Alto 374 ft N 4 by 187 ft E a W S 14452 FT OF W 400 FT OF E 1 (Gregory) ............ 26.67: LOT AS PER DB LESS SRD
lying S of same Blk 1 Rnge 2 ... .... R. Kidwell, Jr. 4 wife ,. 51 450 FT & LESS N 26935 FT OF W MEADOW WOOD PB E-47 R.W OR 094-389 3.2. _.... B. G. 4 Margaret Halverson ... 122.41
Com 150 ft N of SE cor of Blk 1 Rnge 2 1 400 FT OF E 450 FT & LESS N Lot 1 COLCLOUGH HILL 1 OR
f. ... 2689
runN7SftWl94ftS73ftE 194 f. Ronald D 4 Jan Paula Wilson .. 5.78 190 FT OF S 159384 FT OF E 15 Lot 8 ... ............. ... ... D. S Buceafumo Florence Sherman.. .......... 29J9 Lot 31 .. . . ..J1S B. G. 4 Margtret Halverson .. .. 204.27

Co 33 ft S of SW cor of Lot 4 FT OF W 333 FT & LESS W 300 .i :, Lot 20 .......................... W. T.a Ellen Grimes ...... 30.67H. Lot 45 .......... ...... .... .. Thomas & Katharine Scott .- - IS.01
2 E 200 f S 10 f W OF E 850 FT OF N 223 FT OF S WALTER IAYNARD 5D 1 P E- a : SECTION 9-18-2J

100 N r. ft W f 33 ftt00Blt9of 101520 FT & LESS N 1984 FT OF Lot 5 Bk B... .... ...... .... W. & Cobb 12 51 ACRES AS PER DB 82201 4
f *. ..... .. .: Joe Avera Taylor .......... 87.87 Sl33 FT OF E 140 FT OF W 393 SECTION 31+2* Era IU I 1Jh ACRES DB n. 19 LESS
;; ; o'lnS ; .
$ "Lots 34 4 Thoa S SEe& LESS WESTMOR.LND COM 58 FT N 4 40 FTWOF SE COR LOT PER DB 172-125

Elk 4 Rnge 2 ....... .. . Byron Reber, Jr. .... ....... 10.0 PB E-3 e LESS 24.635 ACRES OF NEtt W 200 FT N 261 FT E 200 1B. DB 2'3.24 DB 334304'DB
50 of Lots 4 s'-D 918& LESS OR 181594 FT S 241 FT TO POB ....... DB DB 202-318
2 2 Toa .. Lewis I. Leader ......... 2632
Blk f Rnge 2 ............... .... Nora 0 Swil'ey'! ... ......... 37.10B. ............... F. E. 4 Barbara Rankin .... 53149 HILLSIDE REPLAY PB D-91 ... 4 SHOWN IN ALBERT

.......... ..... ..... R. Anderson wife .. ..... Lot 2. . ... ... Ed A. 4 Alice T. Badeklan .. .. 14.95 SECTION 31.92 W. R 4 Sue Winters .. .... F-47 (Albert) . 4.. ............. 140.11
SP'ERRY a <.3 Let 6 . ...... .. ...... Wallace 4 Vermont Wler: .. 109.07G. W 150 FT OF S FT ALBERT.WASHINGTON EST *

LotS .HEIGHT, -........ .""'.... J E 4 Ona Stepp Leggett .... 51 Lot 7 .... ............. L 4. Anne R. Her ... ..8542 OF N 17 FT 13 F LES 1l ON 14"I I Lot 1 .......... ... .... ....... Albert Washington .............. 4.24
HIGHLAND PINES UNIT. WSTVILL PB '.1 N LEAVING FT IN L 2 ...... .. .. .. Albert Washington. .......... ... 421
Ben 60 E of SE cor of B"y 4 Lasslter ....... .. .... Stuar D. 4 Dorothy V. Gambr 8X26 DEPTH 12 ... W. H. 4 Imogene Hartman L ; .. .. ................. Albert Washington! .............. 4.21
Sts f E 74 ft S 92 f W 74 f N t ft. W R 4 Gladys I Stephens ... 3191 Let 9SECTION ... ......... 4 Margaret .... 8801 FLORIDA PARK HEIGHTS PB E-77 ... 7. I Lt ............... ........ Albert Washington \\ ............... 421
NEW GAINESVILLELOtIEk7 391 PART OF LOT AS PER OR 97-141 .... G. 4.Marilyn Rudderman .. 1 S '........ Albert Washington 1......... 481
...??,....... ... .... Louise Lewis .... ....... S 40 FT 61.2 F OF NE'i PINE PARK PB B." A 2.6 t 7 ..: Albert Washington L.............. 421
Lotl3ElKl .. ............ ..... ...... Emma Warre 4 Williams ... ..A OF NE'ALWewocd .. Cobb 4 Street .. ............. 169 i Lotsi2BkD ... W. Emma Torlay Sr ...... 61.45 : 8 '.'.."...... Albert Washington .7 I ......./ ... 421
LOI7EklS! ..... ....... ". 'Lottie Leis. Est c. ......... 13-23 : Estates Lot 19 -N 100 FTOFS26OFTOFE140FTOFW E 20 FT of Lot 7 8 Bk F ... ...... A M. Janet Fagan ............ 4.21 9 ........... Edna Hunter --. 2883
Lots bAll Rosewood S-b"in Blk 11 A E Copeland ...... .... 18867 GLENWOOO B-27 .i L 12 ..... Albert Washington ..V ., 593
Lots 1. 2 4 3 Beg SE cot Lot 1 Run S .. 3SO FT OP SE'4 .... J. H. 4 Joyce Keane .. 12842 I Let 1 Bk 3 ... ..... .... ....... J. C 4 Bilta Ce...,.. ...745 lt 13 .......-......"....... ...... Albert Washington ..L .. ....... 701
7.SftW160ftN1.SftEtft'FOB SXYLISE HEIGHTS PB E-9S Lot 7 Bk 3 ........................ S. 4 1457 l 14 .....:....... .. Albert Washington ..i. .----..-- 494
S-D In Blk 1 .. .. .. M C Lewis! .. ... ............ 3802 Lot 39 . . .. .. James D Simmons ....... .. 17.1'' Lot 6 Bk 5 ... ....... E. 4 Mara Wis........... 745 lt 14 OR ...Mill! !. Albert 4 Deborah WaAfngton .. 421
$ 40 ft Rowo B'k' 2 .... ..... Menia Ray Cassels ..... .... 12.8 I Lot 5? ...... .. A 4 Eugenia Aguirre (Alar 1&1 SECTION 32+2 L Jos .. Lo 15 .. 103 ?.... Abner Jones ... .....,............ 1841

17-18-19 Blk 25 .. . Menla Ray Cassels ............. 60.0 LotOS A. G. 4 Edit'Pan 37162 : OF NW\4 OF NE'-i LESS N FT LT PER 08 202-315 LESS S 10S
5-4-7-8 4 E 10 n of Lot 9 4 E 10 Lot 13hot :: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::: J. L 4 ... .. .... 141.69 & LESS e 311 FT .. .. ..3... W. D. 4 Isadore Joiner -... .497 OF W ifs FT ............. I 4 Dora Norman .4.\ ........... OS
ft Of Lot 17 & All Lots 18 & 1 Cornelius 4 Doris Rain .... 11707 WILLIAMSON ADD-SEOLA 033LntslCAN42FtofLots34BkE 105 FT OF W FT OF LOT AS

Elk 26 ,. ... ..... .. .... Rowland 4 Gloria Richards .. 31644Venia 3-.1 ... H. M. Kennedy Heirs ..... 81.32 PER OR 152 10.... .......... Albert Washington ...,........... 4.11L.
LotslO&11 Blk 3 .. .... ...... Ray Cassels ...... 4071 Parcel 2 Unrecorded S Din Lo as per OR 19927110 f X 110 ft .. J. M. 4 Ella Wood ........ .. 144Cerema COM AT N iw FT E 3i7 FT
Lots 5 4 10 Blk ... .......... Lloyd Hale ..'" 15.33 NWV' . John E 4 Ester Bergman ..... 4001 I WASHINGTON HGT C-89 S 5 DEG E TO SEC LINE W TO
NaOftOfLCtSl3&14BIk31 ...... Pole G H. Holder ... 928 Pare y. Mason Unrecorded S-D Lo 1 Bk A .. ........... ...... H. Young ....... .. 17.40 LESS PART W OF NEW HI-
Let 4 Elk A2. .. . .. ......... E. Hunt ............'.-40.71C 102 ................ Lt 2 Bk A. .................... Ceretha H. Young ............. 2.MCerema WAy.... ..... ... ... .... 4 Dorothy Jackson (Lovett) 73.9<
Lots 57 Blk 43 .. ... ......... J Bush 4 wife .. ........... 34.66 O. Lee 4 Elsie Gordon ._... L 8 Bk A. ....... ........... H. Young .......... 1.83 NORWOOD HEIGHT PB CLot ..
Lot 40DOlE'S .. .... ., Amman Jackson ............ .. Lit PACITNSECTION 46 L 16 Bk B .. 0. ...... ........... V. B. 4 Ethel Hadsock ....... 124 2 Bl .. .- T. 4 Ada Jackson (Theodore) 23.4
ADDN SECTION .112 34-9-19 4 Bi D .._..... .. ... ....... S L 4 Ferneise Nix .. ...... 3231 Ls 7 Bk 14 .... A. 4 Llllie Danzy f Alfred) .. 19.76
Let 1 Rigel Plat R Blk 16 COM AT NW COR OF SW U RUN E Lot 5 D 12.5. ......... ... 4 feis Nix .......... '. Lt 3 Bl ..."' I. 4 Mary Cartwright .......... 1090
17 4 .. ... ......... ... Henry 4 Vernita Douglas ....... 78.68 93.3' S 95T TO POB. THENCE RUN I Lots 12 13 o ..................:... W. .. ......... 4.10R. L 2 2..*... W.. L 4 Viola Williams ....... 3.34
Lot 4 Blk 9 Watts S-D .. ..... Nina Wilson Est . .........' 7.77 E 153 N 100- W 150 TO FOB L 14 Bk D........... .. ...... D. Chapman ............. 2.04 5 Bk 21 ....* W. J. Richardson .......,....... 2-48
Lets 2 4 3 Blk 1 Welts S-D. .... Lonne 4 .Curtis Alexander ... .. 32.18 PARrEL NO. 10 ........ Paul D. 4 Jane Moore ... 14 19 Bk D........?............. .. D. A. 4 Mamie Davis ... ... 4.64Nazalee GCSS 2ND ADD PB A-J4
GOODMAN'S MASON MANOR NO I PB E 3 Lotl4BkF ... .. _.... _._ ... Fleming ....... ... .2.48 NW% OF LOT 1 LESS R.W Abner Jones -- ------------ ...... 9.1*
Lots ,.2021.2.2.2 4 26 Blk C .... Melvin Barr 4 wife ........ 8747Edelphia Lot 19 .. ......... ........ W. F. 4 Bet Osbom .... 1 .5 SECTION 34-9-M DIXON HOMESITESN SEWi OF LOT 3 ........ Pearl G. Gardner ........7 ..... 448E.
Lots ..... .... Barr .. ... .. 1243 Lot33BLACK ._ .......... D. A 4 Alte Money ........ 50 FT OF S 410 FT OF W 95 FT OF Lot 4 LESS S 200 FT OF E FT 4 Ida Pens Sr (Eddie) .... 1M1
Lots 14 4 15 Blk D....... ....... Melvin wife ........ 35 ACRES UNIT 2 PB E.' E 210 FT OF EW OF SE'A OF SWVi ,LOT KNOWN AS LUCAS 2...... A. Lucas .. ...... ................ 9.07
LANGLEY'S ADDITION LOt3S ... .. R R& Mrin Oakley ... 134.18 OF SW4 BEING LOT 2 BK B Mary Lillian Jenkins ... .... 5JO LOT AS PER OB 311-174 T. J. 4 Anna MaNtis ............ 47.95
NW'4 -Of Lot 3 ,. .- ,.?._... .. Jas 4 Roselee HeitO ...:..... 1171 HIBISCUS PARK PB B.35 N 5 ft of S 560 FT OF W 95 FT OF E GREEN GARDENS PB E-M

E 355 ft of SEW Lot 7 .. ... .. 4 Daphine ..... 5 Lotsl6i7Bk1 ....._.. G. E. Mea ET UX .. ...... 42.31 FT OF EW OF SEW OF s OF Lot 3 ........................ Morgan 4 Katherine TIndall ...... 3067
NEW GAINESVILLE Se 4.2 Reserved cor Bk 1 Less E 12 FT ... H. L Ali Lnsy....... 301 S BEING LOT 3 BK B Mar Lillian Jenkins ............ 5.30 Lot 6 J. O. Brooker .. ..... .., 2753
Com 177 ft S 4 175 f o corI.otlZBik4l E FT OF LOT 1 BLK H A 4 EII.bt Kele....... lit, Lot 8 ... C. & Elizabeth Sullivan (Calvin) 2743
r W 4 ft 11 ft E N 104 FT OF 9 & N 104 F OF I N 105 FT OF S 110 FT OF W 50 FT OF .Lot 18 ...... ... H. L. 4 Myra Crlbbt . ... 29.24
40 f N 188 I Less SE 3d Ave. WV* OFLOT1OBKS .. ..... R. W. 4 Julia Douglass ... .86.33; E 219 FT OF EV OF SSU OF SWVi Lot 20 ........ A. P. 4 Catherine William .... 29.8
R.W In SEV4 ..... .. .... .... Ale Span 4 wife .......... 4.49 ANNIS TERRACE PB D-18 OF SWVb LOT 4 BK C R-W BREEZY ACRES PB ...
Com 110 ft W of SE cor Maria He. Lot 1 .. .. ... .............. Joy !old Ho ......_... 3499 DB 340 P 4 .'... J. 4 Pendleton 16 E.2 G.W.&CoreEass ............ S449
per Lot run W 50 I N 18 f E 5 f Lot 24 .... .. .. Cora Bele Bas .....".'....?.. 1.9 Id ... (op..... 19.29 L 11 .?..... G. W. 4 Cora Bass ............. 941
SlC2fttOPOB Claude Maxewell ......... .-. 2LA PAL TERRACE PS C-68- 1 PINE RIDGE PB 03 lo 34 G. W. 4 Cora Bass ............. n.77
Corn 110 n E of SW cer Maria Harp ... .. .......... M. W. Cy.............. 41.47' Lot 1 ....... Alberta G. Venable .......... 10.15 Lot 44 J. L. 4 Ethel Conned .......... 4117
Lot run E 5 ft N 182 H W 5 Lot 44GOLF .. ..... ...... G. H. Rub Strickland .... 61 Lot 11 ............................ Mri Taylor ............ 15.33 Let 47 ..... N. B. 4 Altha Hamilton ......... 3Ji
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182 ft E. Williams ;. t." VIEW ESTATES PB B-88
oEI HBTS"S M.I ..... L 13 .. Thelma Cobb (Richard) ... 2494Charliemae cC ION 16-11-28
CANTY Ti -,i Lots 115 114 ... .. ..... ..... G. Davis .. ... .. ,.
.4SECTION Hele .. .. 4747 3' .. .. .. ,..... ...4. Joehnson H"r .... 3.77 S 92.3 FT OF N 2904 FT OF B
Beg 741 W ft N 4 A ft 51 W ft of E SE S. MH9 I Lots 59 ?,.......,.4. BrCx ............... 22.13 2084 FT LESS R-W .. .. H. F. 4 Pauline Vandiver .. .. 3f4$
run 824n -- ----
12 f ON NEWBERRY Lot 5S.ift.*.,. 4 H. Lloyd ..... 448
I to L 2 Canty Heihts) ..... -. Harry Douglas ................... 3747. PER DB 3 PG 144 .... ....... N. H. 4 Kathfyn Fleischer .... 114.97, L 5 ............-.......... ...... Car A. 4 Edna S Henderson 8.74 (Continued on Page 7) i_.,.

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I II The Rights Bill and Fair Employment DISCUSS i

i (EDITOR'S NOTE-In the 11 cloakroom bargaining on the number of amendments to the gestions for changing it are ac r ceive complaints.- era! commission could allow a! : r
J" weeks of the Senate civil rights civil rights bill, much of the at- job title as part of a whole cepted.As The commission is directed to state or local agency to handle 1 the candidates for

:debate, scores of amendments tention has focused on the equal package of changes. They hope the bill cleared the House, try to settle any complaint by a complaint if it found that the I I 1 governor with your
have been proposed to clarify, employment section.It the proposed changes will win it would ban discrimination in conciliation and persuasion.:But agency was functioning effec I /' friends. Talk I about

-to. strengthen or weaken various has attracted a large shareof the bill the two-thirds majority any phase of employment or if those methods fail, it may lively. a their qualifications, back-
parts of the bill. One provision the of amendments needed to break the Southern $ grounds, ability to do the
scores membership on the part of em- bring an injunction suit to, Dirksen's amendments would!
1 attracting a major share of the proposed to change the bill. filibuster. ployers, unions or employment the discrimination. strengthen power of the states! j job, and 'philosophy of
suggested changes is the squal The equal opportunity section, Senate Republican Leader agencies on grounds of race, Dirksen's agreed upon pack- by giving them exclusive juris-: 1 government.which i candidates i can
.j- opportunity provision. The fol- known as Title Seven, is one of Everett M. Dirksen, chief authorof color, religion, national origin or age of amendments would mod- diction of any case for a specific I 1< best: represent the interests ..
lowing article, the second of a two provisions which break the compromise package of ify this so that the commission period. Thirty-one states'I 1 of the Gainesville ..
three-part series on the bill's for federal law. The sex.It could call the have fair
; ground would apply to companiesand on attorney gen- now employment area and all of Florida.
amendments is fond of pointing
provisions, explains the equal other is the public accommodations unions with 100 ormore em- eral to bring a suit only if a practices laws of some type. I r : You'll) find the areas
, .i.t opportunity title and the voter provision aimed at discrimination -out there was no equal employ- ployes or members in the first pattern of discrimination exist-' Southern senators simply want' I; popular choice is still

, : rights provision as they stand in hotels and motels ment provision in the original year, 75 or more in the second, ed.In Title Seven eliminated. 'I Haydon Burns by a land-
now and some of the proposals restaurants and amusement individual cases, the They that it would slide.
,civil rights bill submitted to 50 or more in the third, and 25 aggrieved argue give I
for changing them.) places. I Congress last year by the late thereafter.A person would have to. the federal government far too'; VOTE TUESDAY forHAYDON
file suit although'the much
attorney power to interfere in hir-'
I By JOE HALL Republican and Democratic President John F. Kennedy.But five member Equal! Employment general would be allowed to in ing, firing and promotions.The I

WASHINGTON (AP) In the Senate leaders and administration Dirksen has said he can Opportunity Commission tervene. voting rights section of! BURNS

', 11 weeks of Senate debate and officials have accepted a support its retention if his sug- would be created to re- Under the House bill, the fed- the House bill, Title One, would I

extend the federal powers in:
I UF Teams this field contained in the 1957 for your next Governor
Air Show to Star United Presbyterians Civil Rights Act. pd. adv.)
It would require that identical
Take State standards be applied to all vot-
Elect Negro ModeratorOKLAHOMA ers in elections for federal offi-

Daredevil Stunts cials, that
provide immaterialerrors SET 11H1 BIST PRICE
.. Law HonorsThe CITY, Okla. later was appointed vice moderator on registration forms
(AP-Edler) G. Hawkins nervously must be disregarded, and require -
The thrills and excitement of sey will be held from the ad- University of Florida'a I fingered the, two silver "In this measure at least," that literacy tests must

the aerobatic daredevil flying of vance ticket stubs only. Moot Court Team gained top crosses, fused and hung from a said Dr. Blake, "we have be- be in writing unless the indivi- DO .

I the barnstorming days will be I Proceeds from the air show honors at the annual competition long chain around his neck. come color blind. It marks the dual agrees to an oral test.

featured at Gainesvilles first will go to the jump club and among Florida Law schoolsit direction in which the church. intends In voter discrimination suits
air show at Stengel Field Sun- the Sheriffs Boys' Ranch at was announced today. The "Yes, I'll march on the line I to go." brought by the attorney general THEN a

day at 2 p.m. Live Oak.Stengel. contest took place at the Florida again," he said, "if the occa- United Presbyterian leadersare under the 1957 law, the presump-
i The air show will be performed Field is located on Bar Convention held in Miami. sion demands it. One belongingto under attack from some of tion is created by the 1964 bill

by two of the country's fin- the Archer ,Road and 34th The winning pair from the a minority has a kind of spe- the Presbyteries for their partin that a sixth-grade education is
est professional aerobatic stunt Street. University's College of Law, cial understanding of what hap- racial demonstrations. Dr. sufficient to meet the literacy

flyers, Bob Nance and Bill Bob Feagin, Jacksonville, and pens." Blake was arrested near Balti- test.The

Adams. Brian Ellis, Tampa, took first more almost a year ago in a attorney general is allowed -
Nance's specialities are wing MidwestIn place. Gerald Richman, Miami His eyes glistened and he march on a segregated amuse- to request that a three- a
measured his words. Of the 3.3 .
walking and the inverted rib- Beach, and George Moss, Jack- ment park. And the Rev. :Mr. .judge court be set up to hear -
bon pick-up. The ribbon stunt sonville, came in second. All million members of the United Hawkins joined in demonstra- such suits.Southern.

consists of flying upside downat SweatBy are third year students. Presbyterian Church in the tions at a dinner in the Bronx. I senators bitterly at- Fiirniture MQ nufoctu rers
30 ft. and snagging a ribbon The team, which argued their U.S.A., he is one of the 5 per "We have a long way to go," tack the latter provision, con-

,;;1 from an elevated platform. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS case before members of the cent who are Negroes; and the the new moderator said, "and tending it would allow the at-
Bill Adams, considered the hot weather Florida Supreme Court, won church's General Assembly had my first concern is to bring all torney general to shop around
Unseasonably over competition from Stetson just elected him its moderator.For the for favorable AMPLE
belt Stearman biplane acrobatic resources of our church to a court.
that sent to
pilot in the country, will feature high marks temperatures for the date record in-University, the University of the first time, a Negro bear for the passage of the civil They also insist that the title
Miami and Florida A & M for would be "chairman of theboard"
a high speed triple snap Midwest areas Thursday rights bill stalemated in the .constitutes an additional interference -
many the fourth consecutive for and in
year. a year speak "
roll which misses the ground by moved eastward today, indicat- Senate. : with the right of states
Ellis and Richmanwill I
Feagin, unison with Dr. Carson
only a few feet. The fused Celtic crosses he to control their own elections.
ing an end of a cool spell in make up the three man Blake, the assembly's Stated ____
Dual aerobatics, formation some eastern sections of the na-team to participate in the south- Clerk and chief executive offi- fingered are a talisman of an-
flying, a comedy act, and a car- tion.The eastern division competition in other major concern. The Pres-
to-plane pick-up will be among midsummer heat covered Atlanta in November. cer.The byterian Church of Scotland
the 10 acts performed at the air most of the Plains and Midwest Rev. Mr. Hawkins is 55, gave the crosses several years Vote May 26
show. with temperatures in the 80s and and in 26 years under his min- ago to the moderators of I

Depending on final approvalby 90s. In North Dakota the mer- Sonic Boom istry St. Augustine Presbyterian the three main Presbyterian ARTHUR W.THOMPSON F
the Federal Aviation Agency cury hit the 100-degree mark in Church in New York's Bronx branchs in the United States. I ,

there may be a skydiving Grand Forks and 98 in Fargo, Stirs Furor has grown from nine membersto Two were fused after the I
exhibition by the North Central record high marks for May 21. more than a thousand.His merger which resulted in the
United Presbyterian .Church in
Florida Jump Club. Minnesota also reported top MCGUIRE AIR FORCE BASE, election will be more eloquent the U.S.A. in 1958. The other is FOR YOUR COUNTY COMMISSIONER a
marks for the date 95 N.J. (AP-A low level
The air show is sponsored super- "
than sermon, saidJ. held by the moderator of the
Jointly by the jump club and the International Falls, on the Ca- sonic boom startled residents of any Presbyterian Church in the U.S. I Thompson has demonstrated in his business and J' >v. i
Lloyd, an attorney
Alachua Co u n t y Sheriff Re- nadian border. three New Jersey comties ear- the dominant body in the South.I his public service that he can get things done and I
ly today and touched off from Danville, Calif., who put I
serve. Readings were in the 100-de()( The Rev. :Mr. Hawkins, elect-' that he can get along with people. w
huge in the
a explosion
air level in the Southwest desert cen- Hawkins in nomination and } I
In addition to the show, gree ,
tral shore area of the state. ed moderator Thursday received Thompson has the ABILITY and ENERGY to serve
display of the latest sports mod- region Thursday for the The sonic boom was producedby 465 of the 833 votes in a! Alachua, County with an honest efficient and bus-
els and a weapons display by fourth straight day. a plane participating in an Teacher Wins contest with the Rev. A. Ray! iness-like administration.

the National Guard. I Some cooler air appeared Air Force training exercise, an Cartlidge: of Erie, Pa.
Advance tickets are $2.50 a headed into the northern Plainsas Air Force spokesman said. ATLANTA, Ga. (AP) The The assembly contiues (Pd. Mv.)
: car load and can be purchased the hot air spread eastwardand The exercise, called Top Rung State Board of Education has through Thursday.

from many local' merchants. was expected to extend over 4, is a joint operation by the upheld the appeal of a school --
Tickets will also be sold at the the Great Lakes the Ohio I
region, Strategic Air Command and the teacher fired on charges involv- .
gate, but a drawing for a $100 Valley and the Middle and Ah Defense Command, in ing class procedure and for call- .. >. 99. t ,, ...
gift certificate from Belk-Lind- North Atlantic States. :which subsonic and supersonic ing pupils "wall-to-wall idiots."
I booms, both at high and low altitudes The board held Thursday that Swing out in style in a Rambler American !
; (Continued from Page 6))
would occur, he said. Howard Weld, a science teacherat

LINCOLN. ESTATES...... ....................... J. 8 Florln@ Owens ... .... 211.08 In scope, the exercise coveredthe Stockbridge until his dismis-
Lot Lot $3 11S ................................ Earl B. D. 8 Alice Howard ....... 8.96 northeastern United States sal March 23, must be paid for SWINGING SAVINGS-Rambler
SECTION 10.10.20SW4 and as far south as South Carolina -II III his present contract which runs S.
OF NEy LESS R.W DB 313416492 American 440 convertible lets
8 WYs OF sES. OF NE',4 H. L. 8 Tommi@ McCullars .... 21Ul I I and as far west as Chicago. for the rest of the year. 1 the roof In !
S 222''LESS' FT R OF.W N 2240 313-414 FT .OF.....E...660FT ... H. L. 8 Tommie McCullars ...... 77.00 I I : you raise style
7B I
Lot THE 8 OAK....PB....D.......................... Minnie Me Lane c-o H. T. Lane 21.70 I I > 'Y ?ypc.
Lot SECTION 12 10.1020'''''''................ o. O. S. Louise Annis .......... 31.341 i 3 COMMERCIAL DRINK BOXES ,

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< .i ., ., 8ECA E THAT LITTLE REP-NA1RED / \ r r
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Yo Whet your problem For a general 3TO HIT ITJ
60tNG 10 6E A HERO!
; ': Sow'the Seed 1 reply, write to Abby, Box 3365. E-t --J/-i
A s Beverly Hills. Calif., 90212. and ... \.

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a self-addressed"stamped envelope. -
Abby answers all maiLI < ,
1 A Abigail Van Buren r-i { hn -J'Suvcw

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DEAR ABBY: How do you tell city relatives that you WEEKS ONLY, then you'll have to put up with them all SODIRECTITTo PASS THROUGH
aren't living on a farm just to keep their kids for the summer. The meek may indeed inherit the earth, but they FAS5 THROUGH THE CLOUD ?-- / I I
I whole summer? These AM AMERICAN THAT-k4! Hq!= ROGER;!
relatives don't ASK if they can send don't have to accept abuse as a down-payment. ,
their children, they TELL you they are coming. I think two ESKIMODIRECTIONS. .
weeks is plenty, but we get them the day after school lets DEAR ABBY: I am 15 and am quite popular with both ." t
out, and they'stay until the day before school starts again. boys and girls. About fifty kids a day tell me that they caoaonoo nrl
These kids are older than our own, and they tease ours tried to get me en the phone but mv line was busy for so ::= 1
continually.: I am st"-crd: to do all the coo in:?, baking, long they gave up. It's my mother! Abby, I hate to complain,
washing, ironing and help with the chores in the field, and but she is the gabbiest person in the whole world and
be real happy to have the extra work from the nieces and. it is wrecking my popularity. She gets on the phone and z 1q

nephews. Advice through your column would be appreciated. talks for an hour to one person, and as soon as she hangsup -
Maybe they'll read it and take the hint. she calls another person and ties up the phone for another < "i11ATiaARMLE55-1DOKINGCtaUD\

DREADING SUMMER hour. How does a 15-year-old girl tell her mother she talks 'o rSTHETERRIBLE-TEMPEREp
too darned much? Lt 1 t J I4 HAIRY-BREASTED GINZBIRD//

DEAR DREADING: If you haven't the courage to TELL GIRL WITH A GABBY MOTHER .. U2. <=.
them that you will be glad to have their children for TWO DEAR GIRL: She doesn't- not if she's smart. I

8:30 O Robin Hood Saturday Night at the I'M LOOKIN'FER TH* HOUSE,LUKEV-- 3 :I L'ARNT HOW TO SPOT V ENNYONE?
O Popeye and Bozo Movies: hy! A CARD GAME, WE-UN5 CAN PLAY -uv MARKED CARDS
(color) (Color) Saturday Night at.- SNUFFY TWO-HANPED q

9:00 O SupercarO the Movies: "Untamed."; OOOI -(
r Alvin ((1955)) Katie O'Neill at-I I
9:30 Q CD (Color) Ruff and tracted to Boer leader
ifl. i fs: Reddy Paul Van Riebeck, persuades I l
O Tennessee Tuxedo her husband to 9 11

10:00 O O Hector HeathcoteO join the Boer movementto
Quick Draw McGraw colonize South Africa's
10:30 O D Fireball XL-5 Zulu territory. fQEDUsswEU S I
O Mighty Mouse 9:30 O Phil Silvers.
11:00 Q CD Dennis The Menace 10:00 O GunsmokeA .
FRIDAY EVENING of Vaughn Williams, Brit- O Ranger Hal stranger named Orval
5:00 O Best of Groucho ten. I 11:30 Q (D Fury Bass has some bad news

O Adventures in 9:30 O Twilight Zone-Drama O Roy Rogers for Hector Lowell: Bass WHAT WE YOURS RIGHT\ AT THEIR THIS ONE-SXTH\ FUN, '
Paradise "Come Wander With Me.'" 12:00 Q CD Bull Winkle claims he's Mrs. Lowell's THESE ARE COLLAPSIBLE CAN, PARTICULARLY ABOUT THE I NOON.WHICH GRAVITY MAKES 1 15N'TCARTbNS.
5:25 O Moments in Sports O CD That Was the O Sky King ex-husband, and that the CAMERA PARTS. GROUND STJ./WAS ALMOST ME FEEL LIKE I IT? f
5:30 O Newscope Week That Was-Satire 12:30 O B Mr. Wizard. Lowells' home, land and G IT WASWOO"HERE SPACE COUPE.
5:55 CD Local News Members of TW3's Presi O Film Feature business rightfully belongto % *
6:00 O News, Spts., Wethr. dential Panel will read 12:45 O Baseball- him. Matt: James Ar- :9' Ii .--.-
O Sunshine Almanac more letters from viewers Angels vs. Yankees. ness. Doc: Milburn Stone. U o .
6:15 Q Channel Five News who have suggested "the 1:00 O Science Fiction. Kitty: Amanda Blake. < avJ
6:30 O News-Walter worst possible candi-- 1:30 O CD Baseball- Quint: Burt Reynolds.
Cronkite dates." Cardinals vs. Braves. 11:00 Q Detectives J

Holiday Time. 10:00 O Alfred Hitchcock 3:30 O Movie O CD News, Sports ; ; _
O O News-Huntley- "Bed of Roses." A wom- 4:00 O To Be Announced Weather & 4L _

Brinkley an is found murdered at Wrestling 11:30 O Movie
7:00 O Silent Service the address where cab 4:30 Q Outlaws "The Big Life. '((1950)) U _

"The Tsushima Straits driver Sam Kirby drove I Amateur Hour. The story of the American Q v _
Story" George Maxwell the night 5:00 O Maverick airlift in 1948 when the
O Death Valley Days before, and Sam sees an I I CD Porter Wagner Russians blocked off Ber
O Compass Rose- opportunity for blackmail. 5:30 CD Wilburn Brothers lin. Two American ser- _t LI COULDNT THINK OF 1 Il; HE'S BEEN ON THE HL STOP BY I APPRECIATE WE MAY HAVE TOKATElrMCLO5INGA
Pueblo Culture. Based on a story by O Sports Special: geants witness the trialsof 11 WISH YOU'D STAY DEALTONIGHT-. WE EKS, MORGAN// OFFICE HOURS/ DOCTOR/ KATE.'YOU5HOULaD+
D Glenn Reeves-Music Emily Neff. Silver Belt Ski Champion- the people during this HOMETONIGHZ WILLPROBABLYMAKEU5 I KNOW HE'S NOTWELL.&UTICAN7 PERHAPS CAN PREPARE FOR THAT
7:15 0 Friendly Giant ships. blockade. Montgomery
7:30 O International 11:00 O News, Wethr., Spts. 6:00 O News, Sports Clift, Paul Douglas. ABOUTLT.BRIEF PHYSICAL __ ; ,
Showtime O News Weather Q Movie r+* HEREVTYOURHOME/ E/ I'I's '
"The Astonishing Alpine CD Local News (color) O Fishing FunD "Crosswinds." ((1951)) An _
Circus." 11:25 O Movies ( News, Sports adventurous captain of a
O Great Ad'entureI I 1. "California." (Western; 6:15 O News, Sports, schooner attempts to retrieve -
"The Treasure Train of 1946)) A Union Army deserter Weather a cargo of gold :
Jefferson Davis." turns up in California 6:30 O Password from a crashed plane in ;' uIn
O What's New during the gold CD Flintstones the New Guinea jungle.

Plant Growth, the Trigger rush. Ray Milland, Bar- 6:45 O News John Payne, Rhonda
Fish. bara Stanwyck, Barry 7:00 O Jimmy Strickland Fleming.
D "The Great Dh'idei Fitzgerald, George Cou- CD Combat! CD Movie Double
Civil Rights and the Bill." louris, Albert Dekker. 2. O Circus Boy Feature '.. ""
(Special) This program'sobjective "Not of This Earth." 7:30 Q LieutenantO 1. "Follow the Boys. WITH HARRIET.SOMETHING, THAT DOESN'T l|III 1 IFSHEWEREA REAL FRIEND I
is twofold; to (Science Fiction; 1957)) A Jackie Gleason (Musical; 1944)) A family SHE DIDN'T BLONDIE I EXCUSE SHE WOULD'VE
show the activity civil rights front across terrified a large West- take over for the last new with the son going to Hol- -

the country and*:f ':ai1a- '.' *, 'era. -city. Who's responsible show of the season. lywood and the daughter I ,y z eIIr 1
lyze the civil rights bill I' ? A' visitor from Da- 8:00 CD Outer Limits sticking it out with her I .%! i:
and the potential effects vanna, a planet whose 8:30 O DefendersDrama"The father. George Raft, P rr r Z.

of its passage or defeat. populace is dying. Paul Sixth Alarm," by Vera Z o r i n a, Charley '
8:00 O Jazz Casual Birch, Beverly Garland. William Woolfolk. Miles Grapewin, Grace Mac-
8:30 O Family Life 11:30 O CD Johnny Carson Conn puts the torch to one Donald. 2. "The Boogie tJZ
O Route 66 1:00 CD Broadway Goes Latin of his father's warehouses, Men Will Get You." (Com- 'il) r x e, ,
O CD Bob Hope Drama SATURDAY but it's employee Cy edy; 1942)) A string of
Robert Stack in "The 7:00 CD Count Of Monte Cristo Wright, arrested for arson corpses are kept in the ,.;:
Command." O Sunrise Semester before, who gets the wine cellar of a colonial
9:00 Q U.s. Symphonies: 7:30 O Sunday School Forum blame. Preston: E. G. inn which houses a demented -
"The Royal Philharmonic CD Comedy Capers Marshall. Ken: Robert professor Boris .
-- = 11) ITS DEEDEE-.l! 1JilHO's.1 1
conducted by Sir Malcolm 8:00 O Across The Fence Reed.Joey Karloff, Peter L o r r e, -- ) I TAP-r/ WANT TOTE!.! yOU... NEVER MINDI'LLTAP K

Sargent, featuring music O Captain Kangaroo Bishop Maxie Rosenbloom. :\4H*. SOMETHING, DME.i! !I.Pi UNLOCK THE DOOR! >fi
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NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIRIn world. We remembered the'con BUCHWALD DAY glass of ice water in Ti me

1960 we happened to men- versation and last week we AT WORLD'S FAIR Capsule to show contribution of

Robert asked Mr. Moses about our PURPOSE -To pay tribute. busboys to our civilization. I _
tion to .. -
Moses that we worked as day. He said he didn't exact- to the Busboys of the 196465 2:00 p.m.Visit to various] 5 L r 62ABS HIS WEARJNAN?15 MOST TO FIKE/ CANYON.... HEAVILY BE cAFwott-Youti.NOT SOCOL.
ly remember promising us a World's Fair who unheralded -exhibits. Buchwald ear THERE ts no S OT... DUST ONLY
a busboy at the World's Fair go : presentedwith 22 R'.41MONSMUAIBO- ,, CLOUDfoRLOADEDTF15 MAYS 7HREE
in 1939. Mr. Moses was very day, but if he did he'd stick by! unsung, unrecognized, and Continental at Ford Pavil- z 1 r, J'MBO HAS THE'GUARD (( ,, 9 r OVc'R 7A1E0/F F ON 80ARD
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it. He suggested we submit a unrewarded while the waiters ion Cadillac GM Pavilion
impressed and he said that he at o 1 HS GETS A CALL CM I I?
would name a day after us at program to him. Here it is. It's get all the glory. If the bus- and Imperial from Chrysler. WAZ.klE-TAt.ttE .
the 1964-1965 World's Fair, to up to Mr. Moses, now. boys did not remove the dishes, Other gifts could include com- OP R5 TRANCS/JWWS i r -
honor busboys all over t he PLANS FORM you wouldn't have "Peace plete GE kitchen, RCA color': Z T,WA2D HIS St'T... 1
M. Through Understanding" television closed TV studio, al j< S
what you'd have would be a Coca Cola bottling plant, anda U ""Ii'

IIIIIBI I ID GAL RP SLOT ERCVCNGE dirty fair. 721 IBM computer. (All gifts 7 .
,I ERsE I Program should be tax exempt) .I
10 Buchwald and Fam- 5:00 p.m. Show on Mall 1
ACROSS I M U P R E F E R a.m.-
.-., 1.Dismay SI.Coa&dcral B o N tl s A I T ily (relatives and in-laws) num- with Danny Kaye as M. C. Elizabeth
I -- 6.Profession soldier ARE A R G Y R I A bering no more than 2,500 people Taylor and Richard Bur- E4en -
12.Ointment 32.la any case GERMANE E R nw met at Helioport by Gov. ton will read poetry written by
a 13.14.1'lace Vindicate 36.Behaves ERG ORCI N Rockefeller and Mayor Wagnerand busboys, Beatles will entertain,
38.i11 d
I -.. 15.Tenant 39.Armpit ors; a E. R A E S A L Commissioner Moses. as wen as Peter, PaqJ and
16. Gr.long F. 40.German A V I D t. A C TUC A Short speeches greeting Buch- Mary, Joan Baiz, Leontyne Oh, nL 62ANT YOU ITS NOT ALL \ C t 'I US HAD A 'Ii
..:, 17.Jacob's 42.College 5 I L 0 I D A S A X wald by all three. Price, Isaac Stern, Arthur Ru- i '.4 VDU SriOL'LD GETMr,221ED TiEZ Ali: BAPTif/ES. AS rUN AMD: FROLIC/ I I Few wrrrtH.S > '
II seventh son prankster S L E. W C. 0 N E. W f. Buchwald responds and presents binstein, and Marlon Brando. r SA2SE. ITS A6OCP LIFE,,. WELL AS 6OC5 BUT iM A BUT IT SURE:: II1 i WIFE ,
Mr. Moses with he 6:00 -Back
20.Spreader GOOO OL3TNUAB ALL AOti: = s > im
22. Extended fodder used at McGinnis's in 1939 to exhibit for more picketing. RS
:.. 23.:Curves 45.Revise 1.Resource 5.Account cart! off dishes. Moses presents 7:00 p.m.-Buchwald meets < TVS BAP3V m II I
...W 25. Departed 46.Cubic 2.Decorative book Buchwald with 25 cent tip. with Walt Disney, who announces FAR/ I .I,
26.Bow mctc" fastener Fr. 6.Menu 11:00 a.m.Party escortedto he is going to build! 5.21 Q (Tj g .
: 29.3bandedarmadillo 47.grains Distilling 3.Appeal 7.bead Pra"Cl Singer BowL 'Leonard Bern- private Disneyland in backyardfor I
8.Tear stein and New York Philharmonic the Buchwald children so 5

.. ; 2 r f s / c 1 1 9 JD" 9.All Symphony play "StarSpangled they won't have to go to Calibrnia. 3 l o I .r
: / 10.Brown Banner and official Bus- Buchwald allows himselfto
.It'.- IL r.t'l... '/ U vesuvianue boy Song, "Hail to the Chef." be photographed with Dis- V o Vlgatoj'ninPJCNT
agait (NOTE: President Johnson may =
1+ 15 18.Alms box 0L.I
: :.- 21.Black bird ask to fly up for ceremony. If 8:00 p.m.-Dinner with Bob

:" Ik = : .I': IT 13 :h I" 24.Box he does, be sure and ask him Moses, Adam Clayton Powell, I WANT- HE PIP EXACTLY ,. -
to ZI u. 25.Crooked to: say a few words. But tellto James Farmer, and Mrs. Rich- WELL,PATTT..YOU YJONT HAVE HE HIM TO W THAT FAR.. WHAT r INSISTED
r'v/: / "" 26.Chatters keep it short as officials re- ardson at Florida Pavilion. =: TO VJOKKf ABOUT GARY JAYS AGAIN.'COKNEELY DID z. HE D0.
'... f. rs li I'lS' 28.27.Unintelligent Late sponsible for Buchwald's secur- 9:00: p.m. Fireworks dis- HIM TO LU..HE FIRED HIM. T: -;
ity do not want him to min- play. Have fireworks spell out
:. to &f Zt fll'o 'i'l 'l h
gle with public for lengthof Buchwald column.
/ 'l" h of any Also give
31 V/, "/I 7t 33 H', Praise time.) plug to Busboys Union. <
r 33.Nut tree Noon Buchwald party pro- 10:00 p.m.Wagner and
yt49- Jl.,6 :39: 35.34.lhgrallt Districts ceeds to Jordan Pavilion where Rockefeller back at Fair to say

41 4Z 13 37.Mix they picket mural for one hour. goodbye to Buchwald. Rockefeller -
1:00 p.m. Inspection of various -I.
SS_allays presents Buchwald with
41, IS. 41.1'alm lea kitchens. Buchwald shakes I Torch of Peace." Buchwald Q

[4. 41 var. hands with busboys at Spanish accepts it and as final gesture ::J ,,
43.Chalice Pavilion, Festival of Gas Restaurant -burns down Jordan Pavilion as <
por time 2S mIne u H w./..._. OS'U, Swedish and Hong Kong everybody sings "Auld Lang
Restaurants. He then buries i Syne." 1



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9 TeensMakeHollywoodBlvd.'Mobile I i

I Finne.y Stars in Shocker I I11III Lonely. Hearts Club J t

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Sfaiu ftnrfe Simra!; In the first place, he uses a what he is carrying so intensely -I what beatnik courtship all oft HOLLYWOOD (AP) -This is' some, trouble. The patrolmen' alters have returned home or to ,

AP, By BOSLEY CROWTHER I make-up that gives an odd and gingerly in that old-fash-I this is good. Hollywood Boulevard-and the i watch for thrown eggs, hooliganism other haunts, apd the oldtimers I
I Britain's remarkable Albert mask-like look to his face as ioned leather hatbox when he I boulevard will be swinging tonight who people the hotels and rooming I
( ) and
Mr. also faulty equipment on
is impres-
Finney devotes himself to a though it were made of plas comes to lodge in old Mrs.Bramson's Finney this being Friday.The houses can reclaim the i
sive in the ultimate scene of cars. And we have to keep traffic -
legend strictly tour-deforce role in a ter with eyebrows and lips pabt- country home. boulevard.The I
remake of Robert ed on. The effect is to give hima violence when he lashes himself convergence of teenagerseach moving which is pretty dif-
born Montgom- and brittle Yes, we must say that Mr. into a frenzy and takes week has become a local I ficult at times'* intensity of the invasion 1
old synthetic appear- '
The Fall" "Night Must' ance from the start, which for- Finney makes the best of every after Mrs. Bramson with a prun- ritual that is a bother for resi-! is oddly seasonal. f!
( the State
for now showing opportunity in this British-made ing knife. And the last scene dents and a headache for the What attracts the kids to
portray Theatre) in Gainesville. I tifies one's suspicions that this film: and the sheer virtuosity of of his cowering surrender to a police. I Hollywood is a puzzle. Most of "The last two months of" the ;
It is that of a psychopathic fellow is one to watch. year are the most critical, re-
"The his performance causes one to nervous collapse is truly sad. I them seem to come from outlying (
the murderer; and while the pic- Indeed, his murderous nature -squirm.His 1 Nobody knows how it started.I areas-the San Fernando ported Woods. "The kids descend t

yet he Cure doesn't begin to compare I is established in the open- But the mere virtuosity of his Two or three years ago, crowdsof i Valley, West Los Angeles, the in greater numbers then, I
tant to to Alfred Hitchcock's "Psycho"in I I ing scene, when we see him arch insolence toward acting does not make a satisfactory kids began appearing on the: East Side-in search of excite- and we have to put four to six ;

"How its generation of surprisesand chopping at something in the Sheila Hancock as the poor, film, and there is much boulevard on Friday nights.! ment. Hollywood is a central location two-man mobile units in the j
saint?" shocks, it evidently aim bushes and then dragging the trusting kitchen maid he has that is insufficient in this second Their numbers grew until the and the magic of the field. The rest of the time we

ed to be as scary, and Mr. Fin- headless torso of a woman into got; with child and quite clearly adaptation of the 30-year-old boulevard would become a name lends allure. I can get by with half that num- I
ney works hard to make it so. a lake. So we can quickly guess does not intend to wed; his Emlyn Williams play. It is bumper-to-bumper mass of hot I ber."

tor who cute boyishness with Mona clearly short on motivation.I rods and family cars packed But, as one veteran police He had j
no explanation why
Vashbourne as Mrs. Bramson, What makes Danny kill? This: with youngsters out for fun-or i officer remarked, "there isn't al November and December
tice at the invalid who gives him a job rather interesting question in' trouble. I damned thing for them to do j
and DINING & as house boy and lets herself be any psychological drama is when they get here." greater influx. It might be the I
I' rah-rah spirit of the football
completely taken in, and his avoided. x "Friday night is a problem, I
Police Otho C. Ten is the curfew hour in Los season, or the attraction of
oily brutality toward Susan says
deeper."I Why does Miss Dora fall for Angeles and the crowd begins to Christmas. It might be
Woods. "It has become a mobile I I any I
Hampshire as the oddly infatu- !
ENTERTAINMENT him, and she is such a fresh, ''lessen. By midnight the teen- thing.
hearts club with carloadsof
an ated girl who falls for his someSpring attractive girl while she is so lonely I'I 1
boys driving and down the .
Jones up
studiously boorish and her soc-
(gaitttsui1Iel1au&nn boulevard trying to make con-
tried to
} ial inferior? Why does it take
ture Film tact with carloads of girls. t
the authorities so long to find
seemed that headless torso in the lake? 'We have to police the boule-

ple And how about that something:vard pretty closely. When you
him."I.. Emmy, Though Strained, Crop Has 2 in the hatbox? !get that many kids together in-

Unfortunately, Clive Exton's one area, there is bound to be

'have Will Spoof Aloof Oscar From SpainHOLLYWOOD I screenplay is contrived for ADVERTISEMENT
c melodramatic effect more than
that at for psychological logic, and [AVERAGE AMERICAN INCOME -
Jones HOLLYWOOD (AP) Oscar Carl Reiner interview I
ture AP-The
a I ( new Karel Reisz's direction is de- .
books. and Emmy are finally going to with the 2,000-year-old man- movies- signed, with its rapid j u m p- If you are looking for a nice,
on get together. Mel Brooks-and some barbs cuts and shock transitions, to for little"Mary"
healthy pet your
includes by the "That Was The Week Two of the new spring crop of
I The meeting will take placeon generate nervousness more check "Pets" in to-
show, the annual Television Acad- That Was" troupe Finkel alsois films were made by American and
than character exposition day's Classified. There are a
emy Awards telecast Ma 25, planning a collection of companies in Spain and at least narrative continuity. Likewise, 'number of cute kittens and pup-
"The and it will be strictly for laughs. scenes from past Emmycasts.The one of them might support the the booming and keening of an py's who want a home.
useful The opening sketch will show anactor's show will originate from thesis of "Yankees, come I elaborate musical score intrudes II
caught I The income of Amer-
the Palladium here, Aoey Bishop average
mantle, on which are home. I the senses
pronouncedly on
era 'displayed an Oscar and an emcee; and the Texas Pavillion so that it is a disturbance, not a ican families rose to $7,140 in "TOM JONES" at his VERY BEST
was Emmy. Dissolve. The pair be- at the New York World's Fair, The better of the two exhibitsis 1962 from $6,920 in 1961. In 1947it
bound E. G. Marshall. Washingtonwon't "The Thin Red Line," which help.For was $4,130.
Dick and
come Dyke Mary endeavors
all Mr. Finney's -
sence chance Tyler ,Lloore who then engagein get a look-in cost this$25,000 year. is the the American first movie Congress sponsored of Ex-by in this film, which he and ,S M RUGGED. ROUGH and ail TOM
wry discussion about their origination Mr. Reisz have produced, it falls I
mutual and we found we had to send hibitors. A.C.E., as it is calledin
nominees there from New the trade, is a group of theater short of the psychotic outburstof I 1 y memo-eoww inmaweaaeainneii
.1, I II Permissionto portray Oscar who Mr. Montgomery 27 years !
men are to
Finkel provide
took some doing. Consent finally explained. backing in an effort to "in-I ann.i I Ii I

I .S 'came realized from the the skit Motion might Picturely help Kim Novak crease uct." the flow of quality prod-I Ii i i .. ..... --- -, 6 V'

( ) displace some of Oscar'so ver-, I THE ACADEMY
\ asking seriousness.The J I They are off to a good start. the
it Oscars have become Institutionalized -]rBaclfter "The Thin Red Line" shows I! AWARD WINNER! _

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j! Johnson Plans to 'Stand Tall' Conies November -1

J WASHINGTON (AP) Lyn i steadfast. $14,000 saved by the Weather,I "We are going to strike the abroad have multiplied, In Pan- lag that he has a strong back: .I
don Baines Johnson, today six Certainly this was true of his Bureau in this fashion won't hammer of truth against the an- ama, Cuba, South Viet Nam, ground in foreign affairs and devotes
months in the Aims to RecordOf to the national debt but Laos. great proportion of his
1 presidency, is reported Top approach five-year-old payoff vil of public opinion again a
to be training his sightson dispute that threatened a na- it's a start, and it has helped and the Criticism of his record has I I time to them.
a grand-slam tional rail strike. While win Johnson from crit- again-and again-until
victory at the some applause
centered his conduct for- the
of abroad
RooseveltRoosevelt on At home and ,
polls in November 50 states 'Daddy' advisers warned that Johnson ics of big government spending. ears of this nation are open and eign affairs. The allegation I compromiser of the 1950s f fI
J and the District of Columbia. would risk injury to his prestigeby Johnson repeatedly proclaimshis the conscience of America is heard most often is that thePresident's great has emerged in six action-
Johnson who committing the force of desire be of all awake."
stepped out of the to "president
I interest in this of
area months as a man unyielding
. the background Nov. 22 to grasp enjoyed in May 1936. gruntled Democrats labeled him presidency to a hopeless cause,! the people." And, in six months, domestic -and his knowledge of it is I packed force. The next six
the torch of he went ahead and last- he has worked at sell Unquestionably, con-
government from That was the year FDR car- "lying down Lyndon. staged feverishly have dominated Johnson's limited and contributes to stag- months will determine how well
j the fallen John F. Kennedy, ried every state except Maine As President, Johnson has ditch negotiations in the White ing himself-and with some apparent -cerns the I nant, unimaginative policy. like the new Lyndon
the voters
public utterances during
, often talkS-Texas style-about and Vermont, rolling up a land- been a different kind of leader. House. He got the settlement.The success.A I
six months. But Johnson bridles at this Johnson.
"standing talL" slide record that still stands. Time and again, he has refused rail agreement was wide few months ago, street past argu-
Friends say he hopes to stand Johnson calls Roosevelt his to take no for an answer. ly regarded as something of a i crowds that turned out for John- -
taller on the political horizon in "second ,daddy," but being a When Congress has defeatedor miracle. So, too, was enactment I son were modest in size'and restrained in
another six months than any man who likes to stand tall he pigeonholed important ad- of the biggest tax cut in history.' in their applause. But' Stop at your
other president in U.S. history.I intends to do his "dead level ministration bills, he has insisted When Johnson took office, it recently when Johnson visited
And like the army of other' best"-a pet Johnson, phrase- on another vote. This has seemed quite possible the Sen-! 13 states in 13 days, his receptions favorite tavern .I
I tonight.
politicians, small and mighty, to beat that record. been true of measures to raise ate would take many, many everywhere bordered on .
I Johnson intends to stand on his If this sounds audacious, the the pay of federal executives, months to act on tax legisla-, the triumphal. I _
record.He President is not one to sell him- to finance the International De- tion. Johnson broke the logjamby Johnson rarely makes a
\ has, in this half-year from self short. Woven into the rec- velopment Association, to ex- undercutting opposition witha speech without talking about I
autumn to spring, labored like a ord of his first six months in tend the food stamp plan, toprovide much-publicized economy in I civil rights and poverty. And in
; muledriver to try to whip the office is a never-say-die spirit. price supports for government program. recent weeks, he has added
New Frontier legislative program As leader of Senate Democrats wheat growers. And when the Many Americans laughed medical care for the aged to his
through Congress but in the 1950s, Johnson's House voted last December fora when the President dramatizedhis catalog of items he plugs with ar
emblazoned with the fresh LBJ strong point was an ability to foreign aid rider aimed at pinch-penny proclivities by drumbeat persistence. y
brand.A compromise the views of oppos- thwarting wheat sales to the dousing lights in the White Persistence is the key word in q
dedicated poll watcher, ing factions and fashion coali- Soviet Union, Johnson won a re House. However, he set an ex- Johnson's approach to pressinghis
Johnson is very much aware tions capable of enacting major versal. ample that is hitting home- programs. He summed it up Fd
that a recent Gallup poll credits legislation. In fact, his emphasis Sometimes it seems that John- evidenced by the recent moveto like this when he was discussingthe N C
him with greater popularity on compromise was so son believes all things are possible substitute hydrogen for heli- poverty program before a
than President Franklin D. marked that, at times, disJohnson9s- if the President's will is um in weather balloons. The New York audience: U _

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May Hinge t \ .

On 2By rw .rlt wiws er Jr. retary George Reedy said he'Mr. Johnson seemed to think !-
LyndonWASHINGTON He will focus long-range thought Cater would be "con- well of what I to do
was trying
NAN ROBERTSON on have of catch local
: a couple laughs... up on news... r
WASHINGTONDouglass policy planning of the Johnson nected quite a bit with foreign with my analyses. I I
(AP) Bipartisan "
Cater began work at the White administration rather than day- policy. Cater, who is 40 years old,
I proponents of the civil House this week under strict to-day problems and the implementation His title is special assistantto holds a master's degree from
,i rights bill said today they are I orders from President Johnsonto of policy. Until now, the president. Harvard.He r
counting on President Johnson "think ahead." the most persistant criticism of Cater said his "mandate was r
I is the author of three
to the final for
supply push pas- Cater, who had been associated the Johnson staff had been that not limited to any one area" and books: "Ethics in a Business Society a.

I sage. with "The Reporter" magazine such a man was lacking. that he had "no special port- ," written with Marquis
"He's the 'can do' man," as- from its genesis in 1948, Cater said he would like to folio." Childs: "The Fourth Branch of h
sistant Democratic Leader Hubert -left his post as national affairs be one of those all-round "valu The journalist said he came Government," and "Power in

H. Humphrey told a reporter. editor to go with the man he able hunks of humanity" that to know Johnson in 1954, shortly Washington," published this w z ., ,
"He knows how to get things has known and admired for a the President talks about, but! before the Texas senator year. < tQH
done." decade.It added his main goal would be I became the Senate majority
Cater also
is believed that Cater, a "to think beyond tomorrow" on leader. "I was greatly impressed was visiting professor
So, Humphrey said, when the in affairs and di-
writer and teacher, was broughtin both domestic and foreign issues with what he did in makingthe public
drive for cloture to''still the "
Johnson.In Senate a more viable insti- rector of the center for acade- y'' My
I Southern filibuster is made ear- to fill the gap left by the confronting Ct IJ
ly next month, the President departure of such Kennedy intel- announcing his appointmentMay tution. I developed an admiration -mic studies at Wesleyan Univer- $ s
for the man," he said, "and, sity in Middletown, Conn.
I will be called on to help sway lectuals as Arthur M. Schlesing- 1, presidential Sec-

undecided senators. i1i S( err
t A Republican civil rights sup- 'k h wl" lhod l"'!
porter, Sen. George D. Aiken of J

phrey Vermont, the, bill's agreed floor with manager.Hum- Lady Bird Beats on Poverty Theme r r

"I've told the White House J .. 0' .. .. __ listen to some good music.and enjoy fine bourbon. ..
that we've done all that states- LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP- farmer to youngsters in a one- 1,000 at a dinner of the Ken ovatIon. it cnmaxea Mrs. JOhn- I I"lti
manship can do," Aiken, a twin- Lady Bird Johnson visited in room schoolhouse as she pleaded tucky Federation of Women's son's day, which closely paral-
I' kle in his eye, said in a separ- eastern Kentucky with everyone to help those who live "on Clubs in Lexington. Thursday, leled a trip the late Eleanor
ate interview. "We need about II the outskirts of poverty." night. I Roosevelt made 26 years ago,
three or four more votes and from a struggling mountain She was folksy, frankly politi- Mrs. Johnson said she was' when she was first lady. l1t

it's up to the White House to cal and staunchly antipovertyon glad some people were "sud Mrs. Johnson's biggest crowd l- Oe

provide them." Camping Group a rugged, day-long tour fa denly worried" about her tenant gathered at the new Breathitt BOURBON

Southern opponents of the civ- this section of Appalachia on farmers because "I've been County Coliseum, a combination 4
I il rights measure said the Senate Stagesutinn Thursday. worried about them for years. gymnasium for the high school

leadership already is apply- Florida Family C a m ping Heading home today to rest,! "If there had been a povertybill and civic meeting place, which
ing pressure. I Association will sponsor a fam- she said her "woman's look" at 30 years ago, those former. she dedicated, as Mrs. Roose- you can find a better bourbon..buy it!
Before the Senate met for its ily campout Saturday and Sun- problems of this area had beena cotton farmers'would have been velt dedicated a WPA-built gymin lIE
62nd session on civil rights, Re- day at Alexander Springs in wonderful experience. retrained to a new skill, rather 1938. STRAIGHT KENTUCKY BOURBON WHISKY CS PROOF CAHOOT AGE OlSTimKJ CO,FMWffOW.rr.IT'S

publicans scheduled another Ocala National Forest. Thousands got to see and applaud than remaining on in an economy '"'.
conference to consider the pack- the President's wife. And that time has passed by.
There will be opportunitiesfor I
age GOP of Leader amendments Everett prepared M. Dirk-by learning new skills in camp she applauded Kentucky for the "The lasting answer to wiping -\

and Democratic civil cookery and packing for camping steps she saw being taken to out ,poverty in this country
sen rights
advocates in consultation with vacations, plus exchange of fight* poverty and illiteracy. I is not just charity," she said,I _......
Atty. Gen. Robert F. Kennedy. information on the best placesto The First Lady waded in to' "but a full-scale program to< "
Dirksen said he hopes the Re- camp this summer, the association answer Republican critics who provide job opportunities for al
publicans can "button up" the said.Maurice chided the Johnsons about "de- underprivileged families and educational -

bill at the session, and he sched- B. Partrich of plorable poverty" they said they "opportunity for their ','
uled a later huddle with Hum- Gainesville is chairman of the :found among tenant families on children.
phrey, Democratic Leader Mike group in charge of the weekend her Alabama acres. Her speech, a plea for backing -
Mansfield and other rights program. For further information She gave her answer fa a Johnson's war on poverty,
strategists. call Mrs. Partrich at speech before an audience of was greeted with a standing'
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Nelson A. Rockefeller main- Rockefeller declared he feels Iced Hot Coffee Tea or COMPLETEYour forGOVERNOR S.

tained his new note of optimism I a growing enthusiasm for his,: Second Cup of Coffee or Iced Tea .
in California's presidential primary race for California's 86 Republican -' Is Always FREE.
battle today, and Sen. delegates.In .

Barry Goldwater began swing- a speech prepared for a -p
ing back. San Francisco breakfast todayhe I o
Campaign aides of the absent said "the Republican partycan I

Arizona senator accused Rocke-I win the presidential elec-I m >*.. riMTTTITIi'i .. .
feller forces of spending huge tion this year." L :
sums of money in "the most deliberate "Don't let the Lunch 11:30 a.m. to 2:05 p.m.
anyone-even Dinner 4:30 8:05
p.m. to p.m.
tempted in hatchet American job ever politics.at-'" pollsters-tell he said. you otherwise,"I 1212 North Main Street HIGH TIM TO WRITE ,

Goldwater himself :
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the June 2 primary. political expediency." .

Goldwater will return to the I -- Don't let it be a story of crime, corruption and
state Saturday, two days aheadof II
schedule. He plans to re-I
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main almost without a break Support The
until the primary.Rockefeller .
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sands of people in a four-day "ALt..COUNTY CANDIDATE Let it be a story of HONESTY, INTEGRITY and
;atewide tour. He has played .
'down formal speeches and

played up getting out among A PROGRESS = .
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the voters. I rf I .< .. 0 .. .. .. '"
Thursday he greeted hundredsof "' f .
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workers in a Fresno tele- Claude Brandon has a proven record of rep ; .

phone company office, danced i resenting all of Alachua
segments I
with several: women at the Senior County withROBERT :
Citizens Center and spoke on an equal basis.REELECT. II
In Spanish to LatinAmericanstudents I
at the University of the: CLAUDEBRANDON I
Pacific in Stockton, and rode faa I' :
motorcade through the San" T
Francisco East Bay area. I S KING HIGH
The New York governor stood;
for nearly three hours to shake I ,
6,000 to 7,000 hands at a reception !
in Oakland, similar to one (Pd. Pol AdrJ)
in Anaheim the night before.I COUNTY COMMISSIONER .

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I, is back in the picture again. _

The big item out of the annual spring meeting of SEC a .
ar. I
athletic directors and football coaches at Mobile, Ala., todayis f
that the loop will start the rotating plan in 1970 if rwy
approval is forthcoming by SEC school presidents "at the \ i at r II

annual meeting in January.The .

rotating slate, as has been explained in this space Y ,. ;. I

before, would be the best thing that could happen to a fan FLro bt _____ .
who likes his SEC football varied.In .

simple terms, the rotation calls for the 11 SEC schoolsto .

play each other at least one time within a .six-year period.It a Q65 Sf S. jC s
also permits SEC schools to retain annual games with Yt1 {

virtually all their current "natural" rivals. 0 i ke lea. s aevr (

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GHSCollege Material
Biggest stumbling block to enactment of the rotation system !
before now has been Georgia Tech which is no longer a TJ Ie helmets Are Passed
These three members of last .
season's GHS football squad bound for three ,
member of the conference. Tech athletic director Bobby are

Dodd said he never would take a Tech football team to different: colleges on .scholarships this fall. Jay Wilson (L) is headed for Duke, P. K. Yonge senior gridders: of last year, Tom Newberry, Lee Eggert and 1

Oxford, Miss. And that threw a monkey wrench into the Hugh Rhea (C) is going to Nebraska and Jimmy Hahn (R) is bound for TenJohn Drummond, left to right, pass the helmets to Kevin Fitzpatrick, Kenny c

whole thing every time the plan came up for discussion. nessee. All three were lineme.t; on last season's outstanding Hurricane squad. O'Steen and Whit Springfield as the Blue Wave prepares for its spring windup (
They'll be
in the stands
tonight watching the GHS. spring intrasquad game. football clash Saturday night at .Citizens Field. (Photo by Chic Hinton)_. t

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Duty for GHSGainesville I I P. K. Yonge. will play its an-,,sen, 155, center; Mac Johnson, \

In all the years the SEC has been playing football (since nual Blue and White spring I!155, quarterback; Tuttle, 150;

1932)), the Engineers and Rebels met only one time. That High School's an- Niblack said Leahy, Shep- Mtay 22, 1964 football: game at Harris Field;i and Bill Genong, 13C half- t,

came in 1916 in Atlanta with Tech whining, 247. nual Purple and White game pard Roundtree, Shadburn at 8 p.m. tomorrow. The congest backs; and Merell Tyre, 160, i:
In addition, Tech and Mississippi State NEVER met in an will be played at 8 o'clock tonight Turlington, Learned, Burge, will three weeksof fullback. (
wrap up
SEC contest, which is somewhat on the ridiculous side, it at Harris Field. The Gwin Grier {
Deighton, Salter, [ football drills for the Blue
seems. game has beenjnoved from Cit Eckdahl, Giffen, Smith, Oyenarte I Blues Steve McGuire 150;
Actually, Tech can't be faulted too much. The SEC record izens Field where the ground and Simmons would be start- Wave. I and Dennison, 170, ends; Ken- J

book shows, too, that Ole Miss for example, has played only has been plowed up for re-sod- ers either on offense or defense. Coach Mike Gutierrez said ny O'Steen 190; and Ben Cam-
two with Alabama and just four with Auburn. The Rebel
Rebels games have made up the bulk of their schedules against ding.Coach Jim Niblack : Bob Erwin, Theron Mitchell VarsityBattles today that end Danny Dennisonand I pen, 185, tackles; V. G. Hods-
and Bob
Kentucky, LSU, Mississippi State, Tennessee, Tulane and bleachers will be put up for tonight's are the coach- halfback Steve Tuttle will don 185; and Lee Chotas, 155,

Vanderbilt.In contest. There will be no es.Ends Mac Stipanovich David co-captain PKY next season, guards; Wilshire, Walkup, 135,
sharp contrast, Mississippi State has met both Alabamaand Dennison will lead the White center
admission charge but donations Crown, Eddie Dugger, Larry SeniorsALACHUAHIGH ; Jerry Snyder, 160 quarterback
Auburn countless times. Tech and Vandy are the only will be accepted. Wolfe, Clayton Broyles. Bar- team tomorrow night and Tuttle ; John Marvel 135and;
two schools that State could not to together with.
seem Jackie Eckdahl will play quar ry Patterson. will direct the Blue forces.At Danny Trujillo, 135, halfbacks; i

How Plan Would WorkThe terback for both teams Niblack TacklesKenny Mack, Pete SPRINGS Santa Fe has produced. Ro o ks halftime tomorrow night and Tom Hansen, 175, fullback.
-Santa 1
High School's 1964 and
said. The squad has been even- Enwall, Larry Rogers, Greg Taylor are 150 pounders.
football team will perform tonight the PKY "B" squad will scrim-' Gutierrez said Eau Gallie, a
divided and
ly slam FullbacksFrank
a bang Ray, Dan Kelly Bennett Ford. Taylor!
last had met Alabama only four
Gators to
up year, encounter is against last year's seniorsto 163 mage to provide a look at future Class A school, has been addedto
predicted. -
Guards pound junior veteran
times but against the other clubs, the UF has played a repre- Richard Primo, ; Wave gridders.
sentative number of games. There will be awards presented Larry Keen Billy Hassen, Al wrap up spring drills. Mack Crawford, 175 pound the still-to-be-announced PKY '

Under the plan to continue with natural rivals, the Gators at halftime. Blankets given Sowan, David Jolly, Game Field.time is 7:45 p.m. at Rebel sophomore; Ronnie Prentice, Starting lineups tomor row football schedule for 1964. PKY i

will keep Georgia, Auburn and probably LSU every year. by the GHS Quarterback Club Ross. warren. 145 pound letterman; and Don- night will include these players: has six Class A foes and four

Kentucky and Tennessee, absent from the UF slate since will go to most improved line- Centers Kim Helton. Coach Charlie Roberts' varsi- ald Boggs, 135 pound safety- Whites-Covey Johnston 155 Class B opponents booked.

1957 (for the Wildcats) and 1955 (for the Vols), respectively, man, most improved back and QuarterbacksEckdahl.. ty will have only six of 23 let- man and linebacker. and Whit Springfield 185, ,ends;; The game has been switched

will come back. Also, Vanderbilt. toughest 'Cane. Tom Hansen, Halfbacks Brian Hipp, termen who played last year. Roberts said inexperienced Kevin Fitzpatrick, 190; and from Citizens Field to Harris

UF fans, we're certain will be pleased to see Tennesseeand QB Club president, will make Chris Johnson, Alex Druash,' The Rebs were Keystone Con- players will have to produceto Randy Orton, 145, tackles; Field due to the fact the City

Vanderbilt again with .ex-Gator player Doug Dickey the the presentations.GHS Steve Tinney, Jimmy Culpepper,I ference champions. make the Rebels a strong Steve Twedell, 220; and Stan has plowed up the football

new UT coach and ex-UF assistant mentor Jack Green the has worked on two-pla- Larry Nobles, Jim Gay, Charlie' eleven next fall. Holden. 145, guards; Rob Han- space to re-sod for next fall.
Vandy mentor.As tooning for its regular season Pearl, Wayne Willis, Kenny' There were 44 gridders out

the old saying goes, variety is the spice of life. That's next fall. With the squad split, Deas. I for spring practice, Roberts

true in football as everything else. however, there will be more Fullbacks Tommy. Cone, said, with the squad cut to 30
emphasis on experimentation, Druash. for the varsity and the remainder -
the Run Niblack said. on the B team.
Caught on Starters will be Stipanovich,

The squads: Crown, Wolfe, Broyes, Mack, BreakdownRoberts
Mississippi's great shortstop, Donnie Kessinger, wound up Ends Dennis Leahy, Kent Enwall, PriAio, Keen Hanssen, gave his squad break- t

regular season play ((26 games) with a .432 batting average Sheppard, Larry.. Wolfe, Ken Cowan, Helton, Eckdahl, Conne, down.
18 stolen bases, nine doubles, three triples, one homer and Parker Bob Roundtree Johnson Druash '
Sandy Tinney, Cul- .. ., ..
16 runs-batted-in. The major league clubs are lining up to the Cruischank. pepper and Deas, Coaches'" are There are no ends with experience d: t :.t 'S : ..

right to sign the flashy infielder for a big bonus. Tackles Randy Shadburn, Wesley Dicks and John Raper.! on hand. Andy Strick- : s .

Ole Miss, incidentally, reversed the usual trend of having Ben Byrd, Dale Turlington Hubert land, a sophomore; and Louis .
football players turn out to be baseball stars. Both Kessingerand Pendley, Craig Learned, Seagle, 6-2. 198, have good po iv 3r.
Glen Lusk, a .370 hitting outfielder, went straight to the Bobby Procter, David Crowder.. tential. Charies Davis and Jer-

diamond from the basketball floor. Lusk is another potential Guards Steve Burge Chris! fI1IAJOR ry Blanton also will play the
In basketball Kessinger and Lusk sparkedOle r
bonus signee. flankers.
Gwin, Jerry Grier, Sam Deigh-
Miss' rally that pinned a last-half 97-91 licking on the 4 LEAGUE ,
ton Boyd Rhea, Skippy Perkins. .
The Rebels will be no strangers in the integrated NCAA Tackles Trigger Hodge, .: ,'
baseball playoff. Ole Miss won at Gastonia in 1956 and Centers Billy Salter, Mau- LEff DLRS Jim Forrester and Charles Ker-

finished third in the College World Series at Omaha. I rice Beal. sey all are 210 pound tackles, ....
Quarterbacks Eckdahl, Hodge and Forrester are two- t.
Mark Williams.
Batting (60 at bats) Oliva, Minnesota year vets, Kelsey a non-letter-
Halfbacks Al G i if fen, .387; Freehan. Detroit .356. man Roberts feels this could j
Runs Rollins Minnesota,
; Oliva
Charles Smith, Billy Zetrouer, Minnesota, 2?. be his: strongest position. jt
Mike Oyenarte, Ronnie Scott; Wagner Runs batted Cleveland.In -27.Cash, Detroit. 30; '

Eugene Branch. Hits Oliva Minnesota, 55; Bressoud Guards Mike Hiatt, Larry t, .: .:
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Boston 45.Doubles ., ,:
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Fullbacks Al Simmons, Joe Robinson Baltimore, Bres .H>

Parker. !soud and Rollins Boston, Minnesota; Mathews 9., Kansas City are 150 pounders and non-let- }L:.:: .. ,......::"',:'. ."
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Triples Green Kansas City; Oliva termen. f : '
AMERICAN LEAGUEW. Today's Games and Versalles, Minnesota, and Hinton :. :

L. Pet. G.B. Daytona. Petersburg Beach at at Lakeland MiamiSt. ClassifyingTo Washington.Home runs 4.- Colavito, Kansas City Center Jimmy Cole, a 195- *:tt::: :::: '.._.w..y.. '__ .. . ... ...:..., ............. ........... .. ____...... .. ... ... .1
14 t .6.40 V4 and Killebrew Minnesota 11.
Chicago: Sarasota at Tampa
Baltimore 20 12 .625 Orlando at Fort LauderdaleINTERNATIONAL Continue Stolen bases Aparicio: Baltimore, pound letterman, is on hand.
New York 16 12 .571 2 13; Wagner, Cleveland; Fregosi Los
16 12.571 2 LEAGUEW. Angeles and Hinton Washington. 5.
Minnesota 11 14 .563 2 L. Pet. G.B. Pitching 3 decisions Bunker BaltI- Quarterbacks Danny
Detroit 11 .469 Toronto 18 9 .667 Classifying for the Jaycee more and Pizarro. Chicago. 4-4 1.000. Adams, 5-6, 140 pounder, is a Water
Buffalo 15 11 .577 2V4 Strikeouts water everywhere.
15 17 .460 5 Buddy baseball at the Wickersham: Detroit 50;
Syracuse 13 10 .545 3 program .
Washington 16 21 .432 6Va Radatz Boston 47.NATIONAL good passer. Johnny Emerson,
Los Angeles 21 .382 8 Jacksonville 15 12 .554 3 Boys' Club will continue through LEAGUE .
Kansas City 11 21.344 9 Rochester 12 11 .522 4 Batting (60 at bats) Williams 145 pounder, is the other can-
tsterdly's Results Richmond 12 14 U62 Stt May 29. The schedule: Chicago. .402; Mays San Francisco:

Boston Baltimore.. Los 7, Kansas Angeles City 7 6 Columbus Atlanta 10 5 15 18 .400.217 11 7 May 25 All pitchers and 397.Runs Mays. San Francisco, 34; diate ternate.and Neither they probably has won will a letter al-
Washington 8. Detroit 2 Yesterday's Results catchers ( 9 and 10) Clemente Pittsburgh 24. but
Only games scheduled Jacksonville 5 Atlanta 1 Runs batted In Mays San Fran can taste whiskey
Tod Y'1 Games Rochester 7,, Buffalo :3 May 26 All 8 year olds cisco. 38; Boyer. St. Louis, 28. you your
Richmond 8 Columbus
Los Angeles (McBride )-) at New York ( Hits Clemente Pittsburgh 51; Mays.
27 All 9
May olds Rooks
8 Halfbacks
(Ford 3U night Syracuse: Toronto 7Today's year San Francisco: and Boyer St. Louis, 48. Layne a
Minnesota| (Kaat 4-1) at Baltimore (Barter GamesRochester May 28 All 11-13 year olds Doubles Clemente, Pittsburgh, 12; starter last Russell Tay-
at ;
0.1), night Toronto Maye and Torre, Milwaukee, and Hunt year
Detroit (Augirre 1-0) at Cleveland (Kra- Syracuse at Buffalo May 29 All boys who were New York, 9. lor, defensive halfback; Doyle
lick 3-0), night Columbus at Jacksonville Triples Santo Chicago: 4; Banks,
Kansas City (Pena .4-3) at Boston (Wil- Richmond: at AtlantaORMOND not classified,previously I IGaillesville's Chicago; Allen. Philadelphia; Clemente, Sikes, 195pounder, are back

son 1.1), nightWashington (Koch 0-0) at Chicago: (Pfc- Louis.Boston 3.Home. 15 17.469 5 and this should be a strong po You can..ifit's Old Taylor 86 bourbon. .

arro 44))), night runs Mays, San Francisco: : sition. Sikes was a tackle last
Tomorrow's Games 16; Howard Los Angeles 12.
Washington Detroit at Cleveland at Chicago Llarkliam 13 Stolen; Harper bases Cincinnati.- Wills,., Los Angeles year and has been moved to Taylor 86 never 'disappears in your..drinks.

Minnesota at BaltimoreLos Pitching (3 decisions) Gibson. St. right halfback. Roberts said he
Angeles at New York Louis 4-0, 1.000; Farrell Houston and It's genuine whiskey.
Kansas City at Boston Loses in PGA ManchaU San Francisco 6-1 .857. has shown ability to run hard
TourneyAnsel Strikeouts Maloney, Cincinnati: and and be of best backsDISCUSS
National League Koufax. Los Angeles, 52. may one

San Philadelphia Francisco W.21 19 L.12 12 Pet.,.636.613 G.B.-1 BEACH (AP) Snow, Fort Pierce, defeated That doesn't mean it's any stronger another

St. Louis 21 14 .600 1 Medalist Joe Lopez Jr. of Miami
Bill Markham Gainesville
Milwaukee 11 M .545 3 whiskies. Or any less smooth.
Pittsburgh 11 14529 3V4 was a slight favorite over 1 up ((20 holes).
.500 4Vt
16 14 I
Los Angles; 17 19 .472 SV* Dub Pagan of West Palm Beachin
Houston 16 21 .432 7 Bill Myers, Ormond Beach, It's 86 proof. Most whiskies are. And in
12 11.400 Ttt
Chicago second round of
today's the defeated Stewart -
New York 10 25 .284 12 Sprinkle, Eustis -
Yesterdays Results Florida PGA Match 4 and 3. ; the candidates for
Cham- ,
San Houston Francisco X Pittsburgh 9. Philadelphia 1 4 Play : \ f i (i.governor with your whiskey, proof is strength.

Los Angeles 6. New York. 1 I pionships. Dave Wallace, Sanford, defeated friends. Talk I about
'. ..
st.Only Loutla games: scheduled Cn ago Lopez carded 68 in qualifying Bill Perry Sr., Winter; t their qualifications, backgrounds What Old Taylor 86 has is flavor. -
Todays Games Haven 3 and 2. to do the .
York (Jackson: :3-5) at Houston rounds, then repeated it Thurs- f
New MS 1-3), nightSt. job. and philosophy of .1 '
Louis (Simmons 5-2) at Milwaukee Marvin New ''! Flavor so deep so genuine- ,
(Cloninger 3-2). night day for the day's low score as Harvey, Smyrna! 1, government. Discuss i\\
Philadelphia (Short 1-1) at Los Angeles he defeated John Redmond of Beach defeated Bob Goodman, ., which i candidates con .
(Drysdale 5-2), night 1 holes). it lasts as long as drink. t--
Hollywood, interests your
Chicago: (Hobble 0.1) at Cincinnati (Nux Titusville 3 and 1. Pagan defeated up i best represent the f .
hall 3-2). nightPittsburgh of the Gainesville
(Gibbon 3-1) at San Francisco "Francis Brown Plant City de-
(Herbel 1-0), nightTom.s Mitch Joannes of Boyn- .x' area and all of Florida.You'll .
j t : L
New York at Houston.. 2,Games twl-nlght ton Beach 7 and 6. feated Willard Knight, Palatka, 1 1 find the'areas Tonight, add a little water, a -lot/7-. :
Chicago at Cincinnati 3 and 2.Second. choice is still .
Pittsburgh Philadelphia at at San Los Francisco Angeles.: : N Neil Plopper of Orlando and round pairings: '_ I I popular Haydon Bums by o land- or drink it straight. Any way, :::1" oi rArtoo.

St. Louis FLORIDA at Milwaukee STATE.LEAGUEW. Broyles Plemmons of Ormond I Lopez vs. Pagan; Snow vs. < slide. if s' the best America has to offer. *. "
L. Pet. G.B Beach who tied for second
Fort Lauderdale 22 10 '.681 Jim Brass Orlando; Irvin vs. VOTE TUESDAY for : .
Lakeland 20 12 .625 2 70s in Bill Cocoa '
Daytona Beach 20 12 .425 2 place qualifying, were up- Morgan, ; Myers vs.,,
St. Petersburg 19 14 .376 3th' set,in the first rounds. Bill Irwinof Jimmy Lentz, Bradenton; Blan
Tampa Sarasota 15 13 20 16.AU..394'I 6th Ormond Beach defeated ton vs. Grover Todd. Sanford; HAYDON BURNSfor OLDTAYLOR86i. i

Miami Orlando 11 21 .258 J44 11 13V* Plemmons on the 20th hole and Wallace vs. Joe Zieman, Fort!

Yesterday's Results Jules Blanton of West Palm Pierce; Harvey vs. Pug Allen, I
Tampa 9 St. Petersburg 2 your next Governor
Daytona Beach 3. Miami 1 Beach defeated Plopper 3 and 2. Deland; and Brown vs. Alex I KDOUOT> SI8JU6HIBOURBON WHISKEY*U PROOF olHf OLD UYICX CiSTHlERl CO HANKfORI tIOU2SYIUE! ,It BOURBON
Lakeland Fort Lauderdale 6. Sarasota l 10 Orlando 4 0 Other first round results; Ogilvie, Leesburg. I I (pd. adv)

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12 Gainesville Sun Friday May 22, 1964. i

Jessen. ---r cs Johnson Sets Lap Records'1" SPRINKLER SYSTEMS ''i I i

I CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP- 00 when he blew a tire two 1 Jim Paschal-,-High- Point, Ply- clocked at 141.342 m.p.h. for four I FREE Estimates On Rain Bird I\ ;
I i With the weather more to his i laps from the end. Lorenzenwon mouth, 142.358; Rex White, laps but failed to make the line' UNDERGROUND SPRINKLER SYSTEMS.I
Shoots s' .a aw liking, old pro Junior Johnsonset the race. Spartanburg, Mercury, 142.358; up in a Plymouth. Cale Yar- (
Custom installed in yard. Call FR 6-4030. 1
one and four lap records for Others qualifying Thursdayfor I Billy Wade, Spartanburg, Mer- borough of Timmonsville, S. C.,! your
Charlotte Motor Speedway I Sunday's richest and longestof cury, 142.339; Leroy Yarbrough, in a Ford, also failed. His four-:'
Thursday in qualifying for the all stock car races: Jacksonville, Fla., Dodge, 142.- lap average was 140.533 m.p.h.: BEVILLE'S !
Big 64 ka: { $112,000 World 600-mile stockcar David Pearson, Spartanburg, OS6; and Larry Thomas, Trinity, Eight more positions will bej i' (
wk R1)JV eY x.!f kM'Y race Sunday. S. C., Dodge, 143.856 m.p.h.; N.C., Dodge, 141.565. decided Friday, with the final I NURSERY & GARDEN
DALLAS (AP-Ruth) Jessen Johnson, caught in a rain Glen (Fireball) Roberts, Day- Buck Baker, 45-year-old deanof 20 to come from a 30-lap consolation CE.NTER .
squall Wednesday during first tona Beach, Fla., Ford, 143.683; active stock car drivers, was race Saturday.
. shot a seven-under-par 64, the
clocked at
day qualifying was
lowest round ever for the Dallas 145.474 miles per hour for one
Civitan Open Golf Tournament.It 1gJ5Chance lap around the VA mile speedway ': II
was just one'of dozen sub- and 145.102 m.p.h. for four < A special introductory offer I .
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equaling the all-time record set RUTH-JESSEN ---- '' Johnson, who drives a Ford, of { tread left
By Patty Berg at Richmond, Ties Record earned ninth position in the deliberate abuse, as long as there is still1j16" original ,
starting field of 44 cars. The 32-
Calif., in 1952. That gave Miss

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tourney. Vet WrestlerTex uMa win glve.Juua
Mickey Wright, defending AgainCLEVELAND KOYill
champion of the Civitan, shot a .
one-under-par 70 Thursday as (AP) Rarely Riley Dies

fourth she opened straight her bid tournament for her does a fighter get to show what SAVANNAH, Ga. (AP-Tex free.Do
he can do against the world'schampion brand tire
championship.In twice in 35 days. Riley, a long-time veteran of new
second place as the tourna- professional wrestling, died in .
Rocky Rivero, the Argentine
ment moves into its second Memorial Hospital Thursday
middleweight king, gets a
round are Judy Torluemke, a he night shortly after losing a
chance tonight to do what
comparative newcomer to the failed 17-beat match.
to do here April
tour, and Carol Mann, who won.middleweight champion Joey Riley, about 50, and his part-
the Western Open this year.I Giordello. ner, Joe Scarpa, had just lost a
They had 67s. i tag team match with the Von
Tonight's nationally
Louise Suggs, three-time win- Brauner twins, Kurt and Karl,
ABC title rematch is
( ) non -
ner of the Civitan and one of the.scheduled for 10 rounds, start- when Riley complained of chest $, 'i
favorites this had a 71. pains.
year ing at 9 p.m., EST. Their first -
encounter ended in a splitdecision Riley was listed variously as
a native of Mule Shoe or Amarillo -
for Giardello. A
Commission single victory point was the difference. Tex., but in recent years L not confuse tHis offer with r t'

Giardello, 33, has a 92-22-7 had lived in Nashville, Tenn. He '' 4k the usual "partial allowance"tovard
Should Get record. Rivero, 27, has a 41-10- began his wrestling career in

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In Council
Why Drive based on remaining tread.

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Vs. Daniel's Lakeland held on to a second Cluny Scotch S
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Friday, May 22, Gainesville Sun

Jack Ni ck1 ass on Billy Not Willie Leading Hitters I IBy

UP///L LrSLO1OF .r

: GO L FE R 5 J sLO5E MIKE RATHET 9-4 victory over Philadelphiathat swinging at a .458 clip, while put it out of reach by connectingafter needed in the fourth against lected two hits. Koufax con

CONTROL OM UPHILL = Associated Press Sports Writer lifted San Francisco back Mays has hit a more-than-re- a walk to Willie McCovey. Vern Law, now 1-4, scoring! tributed to his own cause, sin-

-SNOTS>'HEYSHIFtWEI&411-00'f 1I oU2H SH/AY. f Move over Willie. Here comes into first place. Mays' 2-for-4 spectable .346 but still loft 91 Mays and Cepeda each drove in twice on singles by Nellie Fox, gling in the fifth inning and

FAR pugN&: BAGKSWING, fi; Billy. performance left him with a points off his average.In three runs. Walt Bond and Mike White plusan four-run
starting a rally.
-MEN CAW1 RETURN IT INGO Forget it Willie. There goes .397 average. the other two games sched- error by Lynch on the last
1-1ME. -TO FIGHt THE Allen Homers
3 Hits stole the spotlight.Dick .
Billy. uled pitchers
I 1ORGE OP Richie Allen homered for the hit.Koufax
GRAvz-ry KEEP E3o7y That's how fast the National Williams, meanwhile, stroked Farrell tied San Francis- brought his record to

ATA MINIMUM. [league batting lead changed two singles and a double in co's Juan Marichal for the most Phillies, who were stopped on 4-3 and struck out 10 or more in Golfer Ruth Jessen, winner of
A-r APPE( T.-re/ roMA! WAIN one hit over the last six inningsby '
A BODY POSITION RELATIVE sands Thursday as Billy Williams four at-bats during the Cubs' victories in the majors by winning one game for the 53rd time in 'the 1963 Cosmopolitan Women's'Open

A X2v4rLI. -THAT I 5E1 t of the Chicago Cubs boost- 10-3() loss to St. Louis, finally his sixth in Houston's 3-1 reliever Bob Bolin. his career. The record for 10- at Rockton, Ill., won the

YOURSELF WITH WEIGHT BEN/NO EVENLY'lNE DIVIDED BALL ed his average to .402 and took overcoming a Mays' lead that ,triumph over Pittsburgh and Williams, battling to becomethe strikeout performances is 54, Seattle city title at 16 in 1952.

AND THE t Pr LEe FLEXED over the top spot held by San stood at 177 points less than a Sandy Koufax struck out 11 in first Cub to win the batting held jointly by Rube Waddell

FOR SAI.ANGE Francisco's Willie Mays since month ago.Williams. the Los Angeles Dodgers' 6-1 title since Phil Cavaretta in and Bob Feller. Koufax was VINYL FLOOR TILE

j Gr2 I April 22.Hitless. I began Operation triumph over the New York 1945, led a 12-hit attack against touched for seven hits by the I 42 COLORS IN STOCK

fl ,' 1.ow tI in 10 at-bats, Mays Overhaul on April 29 when he Mets. Ray Sadecki, but the Cardinalshad Mets. I \\iJT PER

BACK swiNG ., broke out of his slump by tagging :was hitting .311 and Mays was I The Phillies and Giants were the power. Tommy Davis went 3-for-3for|: TILE

; his 15th and 16th homers I batting .488. Since then, William ,tied 4-4 in the fifth when Mays Tim McCarver and Bill White the Dodgers while Jim Gilliam i Sinclair Eaton Co. I

? r and powering the Giants to a!:has been on a 19-game tear, 'and Orlando Cepeda took over.' each tagged two-run homers and and Frank Howard each col-, 716 N. Main St.

.. Mays, who homered with one on Doug Clemens smacked a bases-

in the first inning, snapped the loaded triple. With that support, L.

;i e t f: s 8 tie with a solo shot and Cepeda Sadecki went all the way, squar-| TKA TMKA
L655 -0 >. ing his record at 3-3 with his VODKA VODKA

a. P/YOr third straight victory. j I
ALLOW a..u a..te"AD"fO
FoowMg Night Game PHILADELPHIA SAN FRANCISCO Farrell, bringing his record tc
NEW YORK brhbi abrhbi
GENERAL. GON fOUR r It bi abrhbi Taylor 2b 3110 Hart 3b 3000 Named 6-1, needed Hal Woodeshick's relief
OFrJ..I Gl..Dpe/ D.Smith lb 4000WHISSS 4000 Caltison rf 5000 bSnlder 1000 Mays : ef '
help the ninth after Bil
'MEN MAKE Kanehl cf 4010 Gilliam 3b 3120 Allen 3b 5232 Hitler 2b 0001 j
SURE: IN't-4' i 1! Hunt 2b 401 T.Davis If 3131Chffpher Cater Ib 4 1 1 0 J. Alou rf 5110 Virdon and Jerry Lynch
If 3 0 0 0 Fairly 1b 3210 openec rAAK h rAAKAt
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r i Smitb 3b 4 1 1 ORoseboro c 301 2 Gonzalez cf 3001 Cepeda Ib 4213 t /r
McMillan ss 1 0 0 0 W.Davis cf 3012 Covington If 4 0 1 D'venport 2b 31 3 0 Roberto Clemente to hit into a
F t1f aSamuel ss 2000 Trace'skl 2b 4000 Wine ss 3021 Pagan ss 4021 FRANCISCO (AP) doubleplay and struck out Gene I 1
j Can'zaro c 4020 Koufax P 4110 Culp p 0000 Crandall c 2000 80! PROOF DSHU.ro 80 PROOF DISTIlLED .. .
Fisher p 2011 Green p 1000 Hendley p 0000 "Willie Mays, as far as I'm con- Freese to end the threat. I FROM GRAM SAZERAC tO1' FROM GRAIN SAZERAC CO,| '
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bTaylor Bearnartti p 1000 Wise Roebuck p p 0000 0000 aM.Perry Alou p 0000 1000 cerned, is managerial material -, The Colts got all the runs they I' tt+c. KEW OBtEARS. U. ..,. INC KIN ORLEANS LA. :--

NS O s s.+o.f.s*sratr Sturdivaat pOOOO 30 411 6 Klippstein p 0000 Bolin p 1001 Francisco Giants
II p0.4 sunaa. Totals ; :33: l71 Totals Amaro ss 2000 said San
Flied a-Flied out for out Beamarth for McMillan in 7th.in 6th; b- Totals 33 414 Totals 31 9 11.' Manager Alvin Dark in namingthe \\1
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14 Gainesvi1f Sun_ May 22, 1964 .

Budweiser DanielsOff to Rapid Start in.AI.- I

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BV MURRAY CIIASS I His victory total equals the er games the next two years. In ed sji unearned run in the sixth. for the AL lead with 11. Broo'

< r Associated Press Sports Writer number of games he won last 1962, for example, he no open- The Orioles led 7-2 going into i Robinson drove in three nu.

Wings Roll i season when he didn't gain a ing day, then lost 10 in a row. the Athletics' eighth. Wally and Boog Powell two for Balti-

: Bennie Daniels, who used to triumph until. June 27. Other GamesIn Bunker, who had scattered four I more.

throw bee bees, has switched to ruts, gave up singles to Nelson
Relief Help other AL games, Baltimore 1 The Red Sox eased by the
off to the best Mathews and Ed Charles before
baseballs and is
Past Foes Daniels needed relief help outlasted Kansas City 7-6 despite Angels on a hit batsman and
S Jim Gentile.
}p start of ,his unspectacular ma- from Jim Duckworth in the :Manny Jimenez' grand- center field in the sixth off reliever -

'J jor league career. ninth inning but still allowed the slam home run and Boston balking came on for the Willie Smith.

Tigers only four hits as he reduced -nipped Los Angeles 87. 'I this season and got I .. rAl 7.7.
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31-year-old right An fld
( u Budweiser rolled Schlitz Daniels, e
Central iue
over Baptist vs. Calvary Daniels 600Uuw
his earned-run averageto The Senators provided Rocky Colavito on a fly ball.
, 12-1 and Gainesville. Wings'' beat Baptist, 8; Highlands Presby- bander of the Washington- I with five runs in the fifth. Arnold
I. 2.94. He now has permitted with early support, scoring Jimenez then smashed his homer -
Guy Cleveland Construction terian vs. First Methodist,' 9:30. Wickershamof : the Earley walked in two of the
I ators, joined Dave three runs in first inning cutting Baltimore's lead to a
/ -: .11-2 in City League softball runs. Frank Malzone singled
f City League Detroit and Minnesota's Ca- innings.' against Jack Hamilton in his run.

games at City Park last night: Wings 206 021 (0-1111 the American Daniels never has reached th- first American League game. home two Boston runs in the
In Business League encoun-ij milo Pascual as Colavito five-run second, and Ed .Bres
Guy Cleveland 100 100 02 3 potential others thought he had Chuck Hinton's double and Jim Raps
v, '; ters, Howard's TV nipped Road! League's winningest pitchers, fourth Harmon Killebre soud slammed two-run homerin
j n Atwood and Wallace; B r a m- when he joined the Pittsburgh King's single sent home two of tying a
Y ,Prison 2-0 and Sunland Train-' baugh and Lucius. BENNIE. DANIELS' picking up his fifth victory in Pirates in 1957. He pitched in the runs. Hinton singled across Colavito homered in the the fourth.

: ing Center edged Publix 54. I Budweiser 110442-127 ... Throws Hard, the Senators' 8-2 triumph over four seasons with. the .Pirates two more runs in Washington'sthreerun ------
.1 Budweiser boosted its recordto Schlitz 001000.12 the Tigers Thursday. '
I but seventh.
won only eight
8-1 in the City League to stay Barnes, McGee and Erwin, games
losing Brinkman HomersEd
a game ahead of Wings, 7-2. Poole; Lester, Lyle and Wal- B l XtB- : he Brinkman homered in the Central Liquors
was so fast it
Barnes and Bill McGee Dlld'enTales
Bobby lace. _, Bob .
t'\ divided mound duties, limiting Business League /" w. was said he threw bee bees.. eighth or the Senators while I

Daniels won 12 for the Gates Brown connected in the "WHERE RITE"
Schlitz to two hits.
Road Prison 000 000 o.0 6 2Howard's LOS ANGELES BOSTON. 1
I abrhbi abrhbi Lead high, but won progressively few- first for Detroit. The Tigers add-
Don Cook led Budweiser with
TV 011 000 x-2 7 2 Pearson cf 5001 Jones 2b 3311 103 S.E. 1st ST.
; three hits, two of them doubles. Goodlet and Edwards Williamsand Moran 2b 4011 Bressoud ss 3212 e.-
t' I ; Thomas rf 3111 Y'trz'skl cf 3011
t\ Three Hits "Bloodworth. Torres 3b 4110 Malzone 3b 5012 LIMITED
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Conigliaro If 41 3 0 hasn't golf tournament in .
Wings, one a homer, while Garland Publix 102 010 O. 4 91 Satriano Klrkpatr'k Ib If 5020 4 2 1 1 TiUman c 31 1 1 won a
7 Wallace, Dick Rowley and Kent and Tierney; Dykes and Koppe ss 4111 Mejias rf 3011 14 years on the pro circuit, but UnitInstalled ,
Latman 0000 Morehead p 2000 it after his
p wouldn't believe
Smith safeties
Jim had two Cook. Duliba p 1000 Earley p 0000
had \ aFregosi 1000 Heffner p 2000 last 36 holes. +
each. Wallace a pahof OLDCRQII+
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( .7 triples. dAdcock cDees 0000 1111 The veteran from Portland, $265101. Tex $ 1199

*/ Williams pitched the shutout Pall a Rolls Smith p 0000Osinskl 0000 Ore., who uses his bent-shaft i == 3
; for Howard's, limiting Road I IL
eKnoop 1 000 putter like a croquet mallet hasevryining .
It, Prison to six hits. He also had gPiersall R.Leep 0000 1010 .L! but a_ hole-m-ine L to ---v..iff... .fin..., .. 5th's
t a triple and single. A run in 626 SeriesIn Totals Si 7 7 Totals 33 11 I his credit. Duden had a 68
for Duliba in 4th;
a-Hit into force play
1 the seventh won for Sunland. b-Ran for Fregosi in 4th; cAnnouncedfor I Wednesday, including a double ,s r,4 c-S- .
I **" Newman in 5th d-Singled for Deesin
Harrelson, Saltzman and Proctor 5th; e-Filed out for Osinski in 7th; eagle, an eagle and a triple bo-
11'I; had two hits each for Sun- SperryFrank -Ran for Torres in 8th; g-Singled for
That was only a preview.
"* R. Lee in 9th. gey.
land Jones had three for
and ..,.....T77I.,.. 010 150 000-7 VAT 69SCOTCH
'Publix. I Palka rolled a 626 ser- Los Boston Angeles..,.. ..."............ 050 201 OOxE Duden fired a five-under-par s Os- j
'Tonight's Church League ies on games of 225-183-218 to -Torres Jones Koppe Bressoud, Stu- 65 Thursday and took the first-
"P" : I.lead the Sperry Mixed Doubles art. PO-A-Los Angeles 24-9, Boston 27-12 round lead in the $50,000 Mem-
games and Satriano Heff
DP-Torres Moran :
!j Field No. 1, Kanapaha Presbyterian -League at Palm Lanes last ner. Bressoud and Williams. LOB-Los phis Open Golf Tournament. He 1 VZ

-\ t vs. Wesley Methodist, night. Angeles Comgliaro.12, Boston. Satriano.9. 3B-Thomas had five birdies and 13 par

; 1 6:30: ; Latter Day Saints vs. Yastrzemski. HR-Bressoud. 5-Bressoud.. holes.
A Joyce Nachtrieb led the wom- SF-Kirkpatrick. Rodgers.

Parkview Baptist, 8; Grace en with 165156183504. Her- Night Game Trailing the 43-year-old Duden 3
::; Presbyterian vs. First Presbyterian DETROIT WASHINGTON $1625BARClA
man Scott had a 558 and Frances abrhbi ab r h bi by one stroke with 66s were
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Brown If 3121 Ken'dy ss-3b 3110
7 Field No.2 First Baptist vs.
games were a 233 by Garnet Kaline rt 2001 Hinton If 4223 Palmer, Gene Littler, Gay
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1I ; Bob Hayes I bFreehan e 1 0 0 0 aBnnk'an ss 1 2 1 1
1 Joe Vislay's 574 led the,Mixed :cDemeter Hamilton p 2 1010 0 0 0 dValentme Daniels p 1100 1000 bunched at 67. Custom units available on most late models-Ford,

'\ League at Palm Lanes Wednesday Navarro Totals p p242 0000 Duck'ortlt Totals p 31$7 0 0 0 0 Defending champion Tony Chevrolet Pontiac, Oldsmobile, Plymouth, Valiant F>/5 GIN

Tops Field night. He had 241-155-178 a-Ran for Zimmer in 7th; b-Struck Lema, his ailing back much improved 1 and others. &-
out for Roarke in 8th: c-Singled for
with the former game high sin Hamilton in 8th; d-Struck out for Dan- had a 68. Jack Nick-

ATLANTA (AP-The) world'sCastest gle. els Detroit in 8th................. 100 001 000-2 laus, unable to recover from a Financing AvailableHawesPowers OQTW
human Bob Hayes of ............
Other Scores Washington 308 100 31x-8 double bogey first hole, shot a
*Florida A&M heads the list E-KennedY, Lumpe Brinkman. PO-A- Motor Co.
Other scores included a 555 by Detroit 24-11 Washington 27-13. DP 520-over-par( 72. : Gin: 3 $995
,1 of 'track stars in the second in-
Kennedy and Phillips Blosngame -
tegrated Georgia Amateur Athletic -Harvey Thomas and 549 by Blasingame and Phillips. LOB-Detroit; 5, In all, 33 golfers broke par I AIR CONDITIONING CENTER -- 5th'sVOLUME
George Sparks. Magi Roberts Washington 4.
Union track meet Saturday. topped the women with 493 anda 2B-Hintin. HR-Brown. Brinkman. S- over the 6,466-yard, par 3-1-36-1 I "All Makes and Models Serviced"
Daniels. SF-Kaline.
who holds the 70 Colonial Country Club
Hayes, Night Game
world's record of 9.1 in the 100 220 best game. Lee Green KANSAS CITY BALTIMORE There were 15 others bunchedat I 204 N. Main St. FR 2-2561 DISCOUNT ON ALL BRANDS
had 463 and Marge Hall 461. ab r h bi ab r h bi 1 1J
jard dash, had been scheduled Team No. 9 had a 2293 series Causey ss 411 Brandt cf 5110 70. The first cut will be made i
Mathews cf 4 1 1 OApancio ss 6110
I with the low 80 going in
; to compete in the California Relays and Team No. 1 and 866 top Gentile Ib 31 0 Johnson 2b 4010 today
Charles 3b 3 1 ISiebern Ib 3200 round. The low 60
CIo this weekend Saturday's
in Modesta
1 II + Ib
game. Lyn Johnson made the Colavito rf 411 1 Robinson 3b-4233 1 1 1 1
I II He was withdrawn by Jake Jimenez If 41 1 Powell If 3122 will go in Sunday's final round
I I split, Thomas, 5-10; and Lau c 4 0 0 Snyder If 0000 i J
the winner.
Gaither, Florida A&M athletic Mrs. Green, 3-7-10. Williams 2b 3 0 0 Bowens rf 4021 with $7,500 going to
aAlusik 1010 Kirkland rf 0000
director, when the coach was Jo Ann Mote was high in theChester's bGreen 2b 000 OOrsino c 3010 -
v' told that Georgia AAU chairman O'Don'hue p 201 OBunker p 3001 MEMPHIS (AP Leading scores In
Garage Coffee League I Bowsfield p 0 0 0 Miller p 1000 the Memphis Open Golf Tournament
'.0 Buddy Fowlkes felt Hayes has with a 499 set. Jeanne Leland Handrah'n p 1000Wyatt 1 0 0 0 Thursday: 33-32-651 NATIONAL ,
cBryan Bob Ouden 4/tF
been committed .a jear.fgo tow had 475 and Avis Leilich 469- P' 0000 Paul Bondeson 33-33-M ;

run in the Atlanta'm et! ,- .Spares; rolled. an 1803; series Totals a-.Doubled-34 i t Williams i Totals in .St 36,,;711 bRan -7.4 Arnold Gene Littler Palmer-. *. '" '""* 35-3l-32.34-66 )
4' "I did not know nherc'jhaSM 2h$ 3 628 tiightgame. Dot r Nero' for Alustk in |th: -Struck out for Gay Brewer i'" 3234-66 "" ., '. .a
Handrahan in 8th. Bruce Devlin 35-32-67 T
I been any kind of-preVious'rom- made the 5-10 split, Helen Sis-'Kansas City .......... .. 100 100 040-6 Mason Rudolph 3+33-67 a ..
mitment," Gaither said. "I nev. ler, 5-7. Baltimore '...,'., ." 002 103 IQx-7 Jerry Doug Sanders Edwards 35-33-68 32-35-671
er want it said that Florida E-Jimenez. Green. PO-A-Kansas City Howie Johnson 3434-63 uInInnwicESi.EflIUIUfl1llTiJTJ
24.9! Baltimore 279. DP-Robinson, Sie- Tony Lema 3434-68: I :: p
A&M would back down ,on an, bern. LOB-Kansas City 6, Baltimore 16.' Phil Rodgers 33-35-68
Starke Fete 2B-Bowens. Brandt Orsmo, Powell, Al- Art Wall 3434-68
agreement or do anything to i usiK. 3B-Robinson. HR-Colavito: Jim Jim Ferree 33-35-68
hurt 'feelings in the Southland. enez. SB-Apariclo. Mathews. Fred Marti 34-34-68 I

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.: Florida A&M, will join Atlan I University of Florida assistant 1
ta's Clark and Morehouse colleges -:basketball coach, will be the : '- :

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meet for the second straight banquet at the high school. I J : : ..
.t year. The fete will honor membersof I WEEK J -L-

.. Among the other entries are the Tornadoes' basketball, 't' ( ,.. "" ,

Tennessee, Southeastern Conference baseball, track and golf teams. F / g'4. ', .,,..

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runnerup; and Florida State defending cluding All Florida Star Con- I ,

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I Tells DARE of Doubled x : a' fI', .:' f,:t. Take CrewmanOf t

It i -i ba'S C

Shrimp Boat
.a. a
Ornamental Horticulture YY

,1 TAMPA AP) A Negro A spokesman for the com

sought in the disappearance of I r pany owning the vessel said

Florida's ornamental horticulture the potentials and resources for 1 ,1A a shrimp boat captain was tak- they were pretty sure the man I

I production is expected to expansion in this area. These en into custody today by Coast aboard was Weaver. "
increase 60 per cent during the Conference Gets PredictionOf include climate, light condi- .Guards who boarded the craft "He won't say anything said

l'l next 10 years Dr. Cecil N. tions and water He pointedout in defiance of its lone oc John E. Duggan of Singleton

it Smith, University of Florida that in 1954 Florida had sev- cupant's rifle. Shrimp Co., "except that he'sbeen
60 Per Cent Increaseturfgrass. f
said here yesterday. en counties among the 100 leading in a fight and is all cut

Dr. Smith told some 100 industry counties i in the sale of horti- i The Coast Guard at Miami and gashed up."
said no difficulty was reportedin Weaver was reported as say-
members attending the cultural speciality products. By
i', DARE conference on ornamen- This is an increaseof nursery and bulb industry could 1959 this had climbed to 10 coun-I' \ ; bringing the man aboard the,I ing on the radio that he did not

tals and turf that by 1975 sales 16,000 acres annually. reach $75 to $100 million by ties. Florida currently ranks I cutter Point Swift in the Gulf of care whether he lived or died.

from flowers foliage plants and Almost one-half of this in- 1975 if techniques and organization second to California in dollar I r :Mexico about 180 miles west of

bulbs will have reached 160 mil- crease will be in home lawns for mass market flower volume. ,A Key West.
Angry Judy
lion. This compares with last he said. Home owners currently merchandising are evolved, if The conference, on ornamen- ;. The report from Point Swift 1

year's sales of $40.6 million. spend some $343 million annu- quality control and other mea tals and turf-grass, which con- Y Px gave no details. The 82-foot cut-

Nursery production will raise ally to replace their lawns with sures to expand market are cluded at noon today is one of ter took the 72-foot shrimp Won't Talk

I from $22.2 *" :lion to $38.7 million new turf Murphree said. By adopted, and if research on' nine scheduled commodity con- _H trawler Golden Net in tow and i iI

he said.Predicting. 1975, this figures is expected to post-harvest physiology of cut ferences to be held in connec- headed for Tampa on a voyage

j the future of the jump to $583 million, while the flowers is conducted to improve tion with the University's Oper- Governor and ProvostGov. expected to take the rest of the I To AnyoneSYDNEY 1

turf-grass industry, Clyde E. annual expenditures for new the competitive positionof ation DARE (developing agricultural day.

Murphree agricultural econo- home lawns in Florida is expected Florida growers.Dr. resources effectively), Australia (AP) {
mist with the University said to run $16 million.Dr. E. W. McElwee, head of which is being spearheaded by Farris Bryant (left), who spoke here last Earlier, the shrimp boat's i Judy Garland locked herself in

that by 1975 622,000 acres of Smith said that production the Ornamental Horticulture Department Dr. E. T. York Jr., provost for night at an Operation DARE banquet meeting, chats 'armed crewman unsuccessfully I her hotel today after her Australian ,i

Florida will be covered with and demand in the flower, said Florida has all agriculture with Dr. E. T. York Jr. University of Florida provostfor tried in darkness to shake off concert tour ended in a ;
agriculture and leader of the UF's program to other fishing vessels which were chorus of
public indignation.
develop agricultural DARE escorting the Golden Net. (
t resources effectively ( ) Her 21 pieces of luggage
over the next decade. (See I
story on 1)
'!! MARKET page The crewman, identified as packed, the singer was scheduled

t BUSINESS ,Henry Weaver a Tampa Negro, to leave for Hong Kong although

REPORT fled into the darkness Thursday she canceled two early I

Ask DismissalOf night after trying to ram two I flights.

1 \ REVIEW YI -f !shrimp boats escorting him to' Miss Garland refused to accept -

_-t- Tampa. any calls in her penthousesuite
-= i and a guard stood outside.
The Coast Guard placed the
Bethea AppealRegistration Golden Net's last known posi- "Why would Judy want to see
I I anyone in Sydney after this
tion about 200 miles southwestof I
Readers' TODAY'S DOW JONES "dreadful thing in this morning's
Request I St. Petersburg.A "
Supervisor Mrs. with the appeal since the judge paper asked Karl Brent, her

819.80 I Indust. I 820.78 Alma Bethea asked yesterdaythat I'had no knowledge of the attorney Coast Guard spokesmansaid manager.

I 207.41 | Rails I 206.74 her appeal for reversal of the two escort boats did not "Judy would like to punch a

I (The following market quotations II Circuit Judge George Patten's general's opinion.Recruiting give chase because one was dis- few Sydney people on the nose."
Ire requested specifically by readers 140.44 I Util I 140.72 refusal abled by a broken water Jeered during she
of the Sun financial page. The quota- STOCK LISTINGS to dismiss the Andrews pump a
tions are furnished by Sincere & Co., II -290.41 I Stocks I 290.46 election suit be cancelled. Team and Weaver threatened to shoot cut short in Melbourne on
Investment Service here.) I
2,120,000 | Volume I 5,370,000 Richard Wilson, Mrs. Be- anyone who came within rangeof Wednesday night, Miss Garland,
thea's attorney, filed a notice of his rifle.Weaver continued to draw critical com
, From Air
ments for her
r dismissal to the District Courtof performance at
in fed-
Olin Math ,-.r. 1.20 45% .Affiliated Fund 8.879.60' Appeals at Tallahassee was charged a the Melbourne airport thurs-
eral warrant with murder in the
Visit UF
I Allied Owens II G 2.50 97%i Divers Growth 99810.94 I Late Morning terday afternoon. mysterious disappearance of the day.Sydney
Cem 1.80 51th
j Pac G & E 1.00 31% Wilson said this morning the Golden newspapers gave
Net's Wil-
I Dividend Shares 3.764.13 skipper, Capt.
\ Amerada pt 2.00 8H Pac Lting _._ 2.40 60% I N. Y. ListingAllisChal action was taken because an at- Captain Gary E. Little, headof liam Schuck, 41, of Bartow. frontpage display to stories of I

Am Elc Pow 1.1Gb 41% :Pac T & T __ 1.20 Dreyfus 20.39-22.161 I: rney general's opinion to the Air Force officer selec- how she shouted "No, no!" as
Pan Amer A 1.20 76%i Fidelity Capit. 116212.62. Suspicion was aroused when she was pushed aboard the
Amer Enka 1.40a 59', 19% IntHarv 72% State Attorney Ted Duncan for tion team from the 3503d Re-
Parke Dav 1.00 28V4. Fidelity Fund ._ 18.02-19.48 the other shrimp boats spotted the plane by actor Mark Herron

Amer Home 144a 66% Pennzoil _..- ..... 2.00 77 I. Fidelity Trend 191120.77 I Alcoa 77 IntNick 79% March grand 17 city jury election report was on not the Force cruiting Group Ga., will Robins visit Air Golden Net near a Mexican river her traveling companion, and
Base the
Amer M Fdy _. .90 213 Perkin El ..-...-.. 40% AmAir 45% IntPap 32 available for for b j d den territory for three airport officials.
Fund'tal Invest. _,U.05-12.111 Judge Patten'sconsideration University of Florida next Mon-
Amer Motors _._ 14th Pfizer .- -- -. .80a 46%. AmBrk 53 Jones&L 74th at the time the American shrimpers fishing off "She had been talking to fans
i Income of Boston 8.49- 9.25 I day and Tuesday. The selec-
,the Mexican "
Armco Stl 3.00 711,5i. Phelps Dg 3.00 68V4. Incorporated Inc. 9.90-10.821 AmBdPar 36% KaisAl 40 judge refused to dismiss the tion team will be located in coast. and kissing babies, Brent said.
3.00 %
'. Atch Topka _. 1.20a 313A Phelps Dg -- Keystone K-2 5.64-6.16 AmCan 43% Ken'cott 80% Room 121, Florida Union Mexican police later found the i "Her skirt started to slip a lit
Polaroid .......__ .20 139%I suit."This tle. Judy turned round to fix it
Bauch Lomb 1.20 35% Pub Sv E G 2.60 Keystone S-3 166718.19 AmCyan 67% Lig&My 76% lets the case get backto from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. stabbed body of an unidentifiedman That
Judge Patten to correct his up. was all there was to
Baxter Lab .36 22 Pure Oil 1.60 52%! keystone S-4 4.785.22 AmMot 14% Loch'd 34% in the river. No positive it. That is
ruling if he desires Wil- Male and female seniors in- why might have
I Life Investors 20.7922.72Life so identification has been made. I
...._..... 1.00 37%
Bechman In 56314 Rayonier appeared she hustled
AT&T was
'. Rexall .50b 45th Stock Fund 8.08- 8.80 140 Lorillard 45% son said. terested in a commission in the Coast Guard authorities said' "
Beech US. 1.10 48 I Metl! .50 37% Mass. Inv. Trust 166018.14 AmTob 32% Mag'vox 33%' Wilson said he felt it was un- Air Force may get informa- the man aboard the boat would I' aboard the plane.
f Bristol My .80 65% Reyn I Mass. Inv. Growth 8.85- 9.67 I fair to Judge Patten to continueSimple tion and apply at this time. not talk over the radio. The plane left 10 minutes late
I Rich Merr 1.00 42 AmpxCp 16 MM&M 61% because of Miss Garland's tardi-
Brown Shoe 3.40 91' 'R.C.A. 32%' Pioneer Fund __ 96810.58
'' Anaconda 43% Mohasco 13%
Brunswich 9: R c Cola ...-.., 1.20 71% Puritan Fund __ Armour 50% Mons'to 78% ness.Miss Garland's musical director -

Campbell S 2.40 38% Roy Dutch _._ 1.73g 45% Putnam& Elec Growth 9.5610.45TV 8.138.86 ACL 72% MontWd 36% Precautions Protect Mort Lindsay and jazz

Carter Pdt 1.ooa 17 San Diego Imp 11% Value Line Inc. 5.576.09 Babcock 55% NatDair 80th trumpeter Pete Condoli left Aus-

Case J I __.. "STStiB Searle Gd .90 62% Wellington Fund 151316.49 BethStl 35% NatDist 26% tralia Thursday night.

I. Cessna Air __.__ 1.ooa 17 Sears Roe. ----- 113% Windsor Fund 15.49-16.84 Boeing 49% N.AmAv 46th "From now on so far as Miss
2.00 I
Borden 74% Penney 51% Against Vacation Garland is concerned, that's it"
i I Ches Ohio _._ 4.00 78'Va Sherwin-Wills 104% OVER THE COUNTERNEW Brunswk 9% PRR 32% BurglariesThe said Condoli. "No more for

Chrysler .-.. 47th Smith Kin .....-.... 1.20a 607/s CaterTr 31% PepCola 55% me./*
II YORK (AP-The following bid
Coas S Gas _._ 31'Va Sou Cal Ed 1.05 32 and asked quotations, supplied by the Celanese 69 PhilMor 81 Florida Police Chiefs' glaries one every 35 seconds the degree of carelessness with

CBS -.-._........, 1.80b 47% Sperry Rand 15% National Association of Securities Dealers Chrysler 47% PhillPet 48% Association has called on vaca- were committed last yearin which they leave their homes, Wins Law
St Oil Cal 2.00 61% Inc. do not represent actual trans Coca Cola 13U4 RCA 32%
the United
homeowners to
tioning unprotected.
Comb .. 1.20 a
Eng I St Oil Ind 2.OOb | actions but are the NASD's estimateof ComEdConEdis 48%

Cone Mills _.._ .80 17% .St Oil N. S. .-._ 87%! the range within which these securIties 84% RepStl Revlon 43 35%% few simple precautions" to The association predicted the The association recommended Week AwardRobert
could have been sold (bid) or protect against burglaries.In rate will increase
ContI Air ..... .40 25/i Sterl Drug .65 28 ContCan SIV's ReyTob 44th "directly that homeowners when
bought ( ): a general release, the to the number
proportional of
ContI Ins _.._ 2.20 57 I Texas Util _,. 1.20 58 j Alico Land .-., ....-,--... 7- % DowChe 71% StRegP 31% association said 900,000 bur- taking vacations and leaving the house: M. Johnson, of Gainesville -

I Control Dat 10H i Textron 1.40 43% Amer Heritage .._ 20V4- % duPont 258 Seaboard 47% persons 1. Lock all doors and win- a third year student at
I Tidewater 30% Cowles Mag & Pb. 11-12 EAL 32% Sears 113% dows. the University of Florida Col-
Com Pdts __ 1.50 62
Trans W A ... 41 Florida Gas ..,?..??..-? 11-12 E.Kodak 135 Socony 78% lege of Law is winner of the
Delta Air ..... .... 1.60 885 Scout Veteran Honored
Union _
Pac 1.60a 45%
Fla. Tel .. 27- % Firestone 39 SouthnC 59th i 2. Tilt ground level vene- Law Week award for 1964, Dean
Det Steel ..._.. .60 15 ;
US. Steel ... 54
Franklin Life 63-64% F1aPw 46th SperryR 15% tian blinds so visitors can't Frank Maloney announced to-
Eastern Air __ 32Y Und Air L 1.50b 56% Jax Minit Mkts. 6- 7% FlaP&L, 73% StBrand 78 see in.
Emerson El 1.00 4W Upjohn ._...._ 1.00 52% In Leadership Banquet day.The
Milgo Electron. 12'- % Ford 53% StO NJ 87% award, given annually
Fair Camra 234 by
I War Lamb .70 29th 3. Leave
a burning
Mort. Guaranty Ins. .. 28Ys-291s FrmstDa 11% Studebak 7% the Bureau of National
Finanl Fed ... ._-. 55*' Worthintn 1.50 39% FreptSul 33% Swift 50 B. W. (Burt) Ames, a veteran An estimated 220 wives and during evening hours so it Affairs

Fst Chartr on--_..._ 1.97f 83 Xerox ,-.... ...- 118% N Y S EX MOST ACTIVE FruehTr 30% Texaco 78% of 30 years at the helm of leaders from Alachua Bradford will look as though someoneis Inc.the of student Washington in each D.C., goesto
; Fla E Cst 12% Zenith 1.20a 70 Boy Scout Troop 84, was hon- home. Automatic timers
GenDyn 24% Thiokol 13% can
Food Fair ..... ....- .90 231 iI i STOCKS I ored in a special scout leader Union and Gilchrist coun- ited law school who has made
AMERICAN STOCK GenEl 82% U Carb 123% ties attended the dinner meet- do this even when the owneris
Ford Motor _._ 53t most satisfactory progressin
Volume Company Close Change GenFds 84% UnitAirc ship banquet last night.
45th vacation.
I FMC Corp .......__.. 1.00 564 EXCHANGEAerojetGen ing. away on the senior year.
282 400 Occident Pte 33% up 3% GenMtrs 85% UnFruit 21
Gen Motors ..... 86 31 He was among seven scouting The prize is a year's sub-
-- I 00 Sul 55 off 1 District scout chairman Dr. 4. Keep garage doors closed,
275 500 Tex Gulf % % Goodrich 52% US Steel 53%
Gen Tele ......._. .88 33I Cinerama ?...,-.,.-.,. 6th leaders recognized for their Milledge Jr. so the empty won't be scription to Law Week, a
92 200 Pac Pete 13 off % Goodyr 42% UnivMat 11% Murphey presided.
Ga Pacifi _.._ l.00b 621'Data Control 39% work during the banquet in the weekly publication by the Bu-
80100 U S Smelt 125% 6% Greyhnd 56% WestgEl 32% Besides Ames, r e cog n i- noticeable.
Getty Oil ,........... .10g 2H Fulton Inds. ....-..... 9'14Gen up Gulf OilHonw 57 University Inn. Four persons tion went to William H. McNal- reau of National Affairs con-
79 100 McDermott 25% 1% WinnDix 34%
Grace Co _._..:.. 1.oob 573 Develop ._.. ....., 4% up I who've been closely associatedwith ly, scouting representative of St. 5. Don't advertise your leaving taining the activities of the
61 400 Boeing 50 off 1% 139V4 Woolwth 86%
: Gulf Oil ......_ 57% Mackey Airlines 6% Ames in scouting activity Patricks Catholic Church R. H. in the newspaper. United States Supreme Court.
61 400 Cal & Hecla 20% off 1% ;
HeIne Curt ........_._ .80 20'IBM. Mead Johnson 19 I paid tribute to him. Reddick, scoutmaster of troop 6. Leave a key with a neighbor -
Syntex _______.. .. 82 56 400 Kerr McGee 44% off % They Eagle Scout Paul
_......_... 1.80a 73' % are 164 Mrs. Nonnie den if possible so he can
Int Min C ................... 1.80a 73% TWA Wts. -- 23 49 100 Sunshine Mng 16% up'% Though bamboo is thought of Miller, Dr. Arthur Broyles who mother; of Cub Scout Curry Pack 164 check your home periodically.I, The word "tulip" derives

Int Te1e _..._.._ 1.00 564I Valspar 8'- 46 800 Pure Oil 51% up 1% as a tropical plant, many of got his Eagle rank several years Charles H. Cowles, explorer ad-; 7. Discontinue milk and news-' from a Turkish word for tur-

1 Kellogg .. ..-..-, .BOa 46 ODD-LOT TRANSACTIONS A SEX MOST ACTIVE STOCK the 700-odd species flourish in ago from Ames troop, Troop. visor for Post 84; Don M. Green, paper deliveries. I ban. Early Turkish gardeners

Lehman Cp ......._.... 1.34e 29thi Purchases ,... 369 439 79 800 Cinerama 5% off 1% temperate zones. Some of the Committee Chairman Dr.I neighborhood commissioner in 8. Notify local police when i hybridized wild species. The
-- 8-1600 26th 1% bamboos into the
Massey-Ferg imported
up Phares Decker and Prof.
i Litton In ..._ 1.98f 6H Short Sales _._.. ......, 5 316 this area; and James W. Shiner you are leaving and return-: spring flower was introduced to
79 100 Syntex Corp 82% up 4% United States endure tempera. Charles Geltz of
Lone S CM. 1.00 23 Other Sales a professor I. neighborhood commissionerin ing, so they can keep a Holland via Austria in the lat.
..,.,, 391 913
Marsh 78 800 Hazel Bishop 9% % tures down to 7 degrees below forestry and a veteran of 50
Fld 1.60 40% Starke. watch on the home. I ter of the 16th
Total Sales .. .. .,._ 397 229 I part Century.
? 29 300 Great Basins 3 unch zero. in work.
Martin 1.1 ........_ 1.00 17% PREVIOUS DAY'S years scouting

McG Hill .- ........ .60a 36%
Mead Corp -...-.., 1.70 46% Advances STOCK MARKET
547 Crowd Sees
Merck ,,., 2.ooa 108% -- ;
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Declines ..._._... ._ 533
Nat Airl ....._..-. .80 49%
Unchanged ...._ 256
Y ----
N Centl 37
Nia M Pow 2.00 52V4 Total Issues ..-.,. ... .,.,r., 1336

Norfolk W ? .__. .. 6.00 134 New 1963-6-1 Highs .. ._..-_ 61 ,

No Ind P S ?......._1.48 56%: New 1963-6-1 Lows __ 30I. .'- y 1 1.gyp 1k 1r 1t Exhibit Flowersin


STOCK g ea

I. MARKET FLASHESNEW By SAM McGARVEY course are given full instruction in this area and that it tops

> Sun Staff Writer in horticulture; many of the I the one presented last year at,
1 graduates have been given jobjin the prison.
YORK (AP-Profit) tak- The Associated Press aver i __ : RAIFORD A record-break- nurseries throughout the

Ing among several mineral age of 60 stocks at noon was up ,ing 1,500 persons are expected state and have been success- Each visitor at the show Is
stocks was a feature of an irregular .5 at 307.3 with industrials up 4 : [r to attend the fourth annual flower fully rehabilitated. presented with a small plant

stock market early this .6, rails up .2 and utilities up Show now in progress at the Jordan said, "We gave away.

afternoon. Market averageswere .3. .,4. v i 'q'tr [State Prison clubhouse, according Several hundred p e r s ons 923 plants last year and there'll
up slightly. i to M. B. Jordan, director of visited the show yesterday from be one for each visitor this

Occidental Petroleum which The Dow Jones industrial average !- _? I'education. all sections of the area, includ- year no matter how many

was a big gainer Thursday as at noon was up .98 at I, "We had a big turnout yesterday -i ing a delegation from the High come." '

the most active stock, was delayed 820.78. !: -IX ," Jordan said, "and be- Springs Garden Club. Amongthe Refreshments of freshly-made
in opening. It fell % to 33 Texas Gulf Sulphur fell more < fore the show closes at noon visitors were three carloadsof doughnuts and punch are

on initial blocks of 30,000 and than a point 'Saturday we think well have officials and -secretaries from served to all visitors.

1,800 shares, then extended its Bendix was steady while Boeing .11,500 Tallahassee. Among the outstanding exhibits -

loss to more than a point lost a fraction. | The show is open today until Judges of the show were are a formal stage showingof
Most of the other issues in- Eastman Kodak up more 9 p.m. and on Saturday from rep- orchids in a garden scene,
/Y : resentatives of the IV, VI and
volved in the current vogue for than 2,. showed continued :k '9 a.m. until noon. On displayare and one of mosaics made from
VII districts of the State Federation
: -
companies with actual or possi.l I: strength.IBM f- 200 exhibits, and thousands of Garden Clubs. Chair- seeds. Another is a showing; of

ble natural resource and Xerox were up about I 'of flowering plants and shrubs, man of the group which In-' daylilies, which Includes sever

countered profit taking.A .- 2 each, Pan American World I as well as dried material and spected the exhibits and made al of the prized pink variety.

slightly higher trend prevailed Airways more than a point. flower arrangements, corsages, awards yesterday morning, was Most frequently heard comment -

among steels, oils, chemicals Zenith lost over a point. Flower Show VisitorsTallahassee terrariums, hanging baskets Mrs. Earl W. Lau of Winter yesterday was, This Is a
rails, utilities and farm Prices were mixed on the and educational exhibits. wonderful flower show and Tm
implements. Motors rubbers,. American Stock Exchange. visitors at the Flower Show at Raiford State Prison yester- The exhibition is presented by I glad I came to see it"

aerospace issues, nonferrous Corporate bonds were irregu- day included (from left) Louie Wainwright, director Divisions of Correc- the ornamental horticultural After viewing ,the There are signs posted at the

metals, .airlines and building!larly higher with rails mixed. tions, Mrs. Betty Hoagland, Mrs. Bonnie Neel, Mrs. Lucille Rogers and Mrs. section of the prison's Mrs. Lau told exhibits'l'I prison directing visitors to the

materials' were mixed. Cigarette U.S. government bonds were Pat Crawford, shown here with Education Director M. B. Jordan (Sun photo tion department under educa-I DeWitt Sinclair that the clubhouse. The building is air-

stocks declined. steady to slightly higher. by Sam McGarvey). '. direction. Inmates who one of the best ever conditioned. _


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I I 16! GnesvHIeSun Friday, May 22, 1964 1

Road RANGOON Put Burma Off(AP- Space Lab Manned Mostly by Gals a j

turma's military governmentas GREENBELT, MdjOne,
canceled plans to rebuilde satellite engineer is looking fora

road to Mandalay with $31.5 tiny coil, oddly shaped and \ .
lillion in U.S. aid. wound in.an entirely
4 new way.

The foreign office said since Another spacecraft scientist .

ie agreement with the United needs a transformer, a type ,' '

,1 tates was signed in 1962. the never before manufactured. :

f W-mile highway between Ran- A satellite under constructionhere

loon and central Burma's chief at NASA's Goddard '
Space .
.l .. -- ity had lost its priority status.HAT Flight Center call for an intri- :L s -y ;

//I cate miniaturized part no longer L

than your thumbnail.
I -
Emergency assignments like z .. .
f iriri these come rolling into the electronics -

/flJ I t processing center of :

tht fabrication division virtually -

by the hour. I

And when they do, the rule ,
Great ForGRADS
) around Goddard is:
"Give it to the ; .
gals. \
Some of the highly miniaturized .

f or Cheer Up FellowsThings Fork needs the delicate *

touch that only a woman tech ;;

really weren't as glum as these panelists portray at last night's public nician possesses. .

DADS relations workshop at the Woman's Club. From left are Clif Cormier of the I That's why this troubleshooting -

: Sun John Haney of WUFT TV, Ken Small of WRUF radio, Ferrel Asbell of laboratory that performs s :

WDVH and Pierre Bejano of WGGG. Hidden behind the microphone is Mrs. all sorts of technical servicesfor SS

'\ iREAi1? Hazel Fisher, president of the Inter-C lub Council, sponsors of the session. project scientists, is manned

t mostly by women.
; in'comfortEasylie S S 5' S S S
Press Radiomen Quizzed at PR ClinicOne S js --
..... I L They whip up a special partor
an entire new jn tr1Jmpnt Daring Young Man !

lady wanted to know why, gram Director John Haney of City Editor Clif Cormier of':I tion systemab t as handily ;

the radio stations played so'' WUFT represented the TV me the Sun represented the news! a housewife bakes a cake. Ken Tibade, a renowned sky skierand his troupe will go flying over Lake ,

much rock 'n roll music during dia.Kenneth paper media in the session Some of their ingredients are Wauburg Saturday during Camp Wauburg Playday. Tibade, shown here in t

the daytime. Another wanted to F. Small, executive which was designed to help things like minute hair-thin one of his acts, his wife Imogene and 10-year-old son Keith will perform before

know why the Gainesville Sun secretary of the Florida Association local clubs and organizations wires and tiny transistors, along University of Florida students, staff and their families. "1<"un, Sun and 1

I carried so many ads instead 1 of Broadcasters and direc- improve their publicity. with tweezers, soldering tools Games," the theme of Playday is sp-ji sored by the Recreation Committee of \

of more women's news. I tor of Radio Station WRUF and About 100 women and a scat- and other lesser-known toolsto the Florida Union. It will be from 1-6 p.m. Among the other activities will be t

I Questions were fired at a panel Mrs. Hazel Fisher president of tering of men were there rep- blend them. the selection of a Playday Queen. Admission is free on presentation of University t

I of four broadcasters and the Inter Club Council mod- resenting most of Gainesville'sclubs. But their main ingredientsare ID cards.Mayor J

adaII one newsman last night at the erated the work shop. speed, dexterity, brains imagination \

Woman's Club at a public relations and great gobs of ,

I -purpose stand I clinic sponsored by the Hundreds Daily Still Visit patience. Finds Slum In The I
\ I Inter Club Council of Gaines- With these feminine skills \

ville. they turn out prototypes of I

[:? I I Fielding questions for the radio Scene of AssassinationDALLAS equipment that are then manu- Convenient

0 I.tf ..-. I Eli}.riadnttiti t iitiifS'wlj I stations were Pierre Bejano, factured by NASA contractorson I CostlyBy Capitol j
I a production basis.
iurtin station manager of WGGG, and Tex. (APPeople) guished from others in the city

Uk.*li.| wait !Ferrel Asbell of WDVH. Pro-:I come in growing numbers to see only by the scattered bouquetson cians And these able lady techni- JOHN KOLESAR at 138 Mercer St. is whether his WASHINGTON (AP) In the j

I NOTICE TO APPEAR ''where President John F. Ken the grass. ) I money will hold out long enoughto news from Washington:

TO: Address JIM V. BRADLEY Unknown nedy was assassinated six Visitors estimated at 200 daily tual get paper on the walls and! II

I You are hereby notified that a suit for months ago today. walk up the lawn to a curved whether he will ever get time SCHOOL PRAYERS: A Roman -

I "1 thai torttUtItctir 'CARRIE divorce has MAE been BRADLEY.filed against Plaintiff you by in There's not much to see. A white concrete colonnade, enough to paint the woodwork.He Catholic law professor says

-;; .. \ *. RUSH the .Circuit Court of Alachua County. Florida sloping street disappearing un- where more floral arrange took out a $7,000 mortgageto ,
i\ U ir klii&t INrudiif in Chancery and you are required the record of the Supreme Courtin
iitii, 1 I,Ito serve a copy of your Answer or pleading der the triple underpass and, to ments are propped. buy the three story, nine-
I \ ipiicbit. to .the S.Complaint L. SCRUGGS.on the Post PIaintiiYsattorney Office the right a simple park distinIN Each spectator tries to capture ,room house. He got a $10,000 the area of freedom of religion -
-i: Ecx: 197 Gainesville. Florida, ana file his in his and church-state relationshas
in or
/ ._ the original In the office of the Clerk memory home improvement loan to rebuild -
of the Circuit Court at Gainesville Florida THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA camera the path Kennedy was much of it. It wasn't been very good.It .
Read for hours and neverget on or before the 1st day of June
:A. D.. 1944: otherwise. the allegations of FOR ALACHUA COUNTY.IN taking when he was shot from enough. would
neither desirable
tired with this unique the said Complaint will be taken as confessed
scientifically designed stand. i by you. CHANCERY. behind. They gauge the distanceto "I've spent $2,000 I haven'teven nor wise to amend the Consti.
I DATED this 29th day of April. A. D.. the street from the top floorof borrowed *' the 45-
Top tilts and stays at any j 1964. FRED BRYANT yet tution to undo the court's school !
'\ angle without mechanical Clerk J. B. of Carmichael the Circuit Court 115. Plaintiff. the harsh red brick building year-old Holland says. And a lot Bible reading and prayer decisions -

adjusting. Holds heaviest' I By: Cherries Hales BABY HELEN BRYANT.Defendant.. on the hill, the Texas SchoolBook C. of work remains to be done. adds Prof. Chester J. An-

books firmly. Washable top (Court sea I Deputy) Clerk NOTICE OF SUITIN Depository from which the His wife, Betty, is appalled at tieau, who teaches constitutional -
surfaced in Lamidall has rich I (3307) 51. I. 15 22 FLORIDA THE :NAME OF THE STATE OF police say Lee Harvey Oswald the the way the new house seemsto law at Georgetown Univer-

1 walnut finish. Brass-finished fired the shots. Rico eat up Holland's $15,000ayear () -
legs clips and book rest. POLICIES TO: 719 Baby Chimborayo Helen Bryant Boulevard Two blocks from the parko n salary.
:Folds for ease in $995 SHOULD BEREVIEWED Richmond, Virginia the downtown side of the County; rillas The Hollands' house is 20 feet Antieau testified Thursday before

carrying storing. I i You are hereby notified that a suit In Jail will be the city's memorialto wide and is joined to the houseson the House Judiciary Committee
has been
equity brought against you It's
"It's Fun To Shop ." that I BABY HELEN BRYANT, in the Clcruit I Kennedy a blocksquareplaza either side. On one side at' which wound up its fifth
to make certain Court Eighth Jud cial Circuit, in and mer
which officials
limits high enough to 'for Alachua County. Florida and you hope No. 136 the neighbors are Ne- week of hearings on a varietyof
are view
are hereby summoned ordered and re-' complete by 1966. A fundraising the other side he has proposed amendments which
Chestnut Office take care of rising [qgired to file your written Answer or defenses the gro, on
i amounts awarded in liability I to the Complaint filed herein drive will begin May 29, white neighbors.The I were prompted by the court'sban
against you in the above entitled cause. School chil- ing
Co. suits. I in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Kennedy's birthday. ,' Hollands say they did not on public school religious
Court in and for Alachua County Florida dren and others have already arms
exercises. The
equipment I IN C. For a survey of your insurance !at his office in the Court House in Gaines- pick the neighborhood as part I hearings are now
col 11-! :yule, Florida. on or before the 1st day of donated about $15,000. of an integrationist crusade. in recess until Wednesday.
I June 1944. and to serve a copy of such Rico.
105 HAYTHORNEInsurance II Answer or defenses upon Bates & Jones They picked the house becauseit
University I whose address is Post Office Box 396 11 NOTICE OF APPLICATION I
Phone FR 2-8421 Agency (Vest University Avenue Gainesville TO VACATE PLAT is what they wanted financially PASSPORTS: A bill to extend
107 N. Main St. FR 2-1433 II Florida on or before said date as required NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the ago and esthetically. Mrs. Hol-.
by the laws of Florida and the undersigneo will apply to the Board of the validity of the passport to
--- -- 1954 Florida Rules of Civil Procedure.If County Commissioners of A I a c h u a rillas land took a liking to the George ,.
you fail to do so. a Decree Pro Con- County. Florida. at its regular meetingto : town section of Washington, five years and raise its price by
fesso will be entered against you for the be held on the 2nd day of June a dollar was introduced in the
relief demanded in the Complaint.You 1964 at 2:30 p.m. for the vacation of Idenied D.C., when she worked for a
are further notified that the natureof the following plat to wit: I House Thursday.
said suit is for a divorce A Vinculo Gay Subdivision as per plat there cident U.S. senator before her mar-
I Matrimonii. recorded in Plat Book B, Page 100 American citizens now can
The name of me Court in which this of the Public Records of Alachua riage two years ago, and she get passports initially valid for
suit has been instituted is Circuit Court County. Florida. saw possibilities for something
INITF Eighth Judicial Circuit. Alachua County. "the I three years, plus a single two-
Florida. and the abbreviated title of this Lake Vista a Subdivision as per similar here.
thereof recorded in Plat BooKB is year extension applicationfor
Fred plat upon
ase is Bryant Plaintiff -vs- Baby
Helen Bryant Defendant.IT Page 13 of the Public Records of nal There have been no unpleasant
a renewal. The fee is $9.
Alachua County. Florida.s
incidents since the
I t A I A R K E i-S IHII four Notice(4)shall consecutive be published weeks once In The a week Gainesville for John John M M.: Waters Waters igence lands moved in. Hol-
-$- Delois Waters CATHOLIC MASS: Decrees
Daily Sun a newspaper publishedin
I II I'' II! 1IuITlVIlhuIIItI1IIhHIlIII! ) I II IIII Gainesville Florida and having a central (3349) 5:15. 22NOTICE Delois Waters coping ( ) Their house is only a few authorizing extensive use of
circulation in Alachua County Flo-
blocks from City Hall the Mercer
I JucksosI ,1.-1... threat. _1Y1i_ in flia. .11nnn. ('sfh,1 ,.
I Isle ''' -- .uo __" .... .... ..v..... vu.uv.."
I wads WITNESS my hand as Clerk of the said County Courthouse and the
1941? Circuit:: Court of Alachua County, Florida TO APPEARTO Mass and other of the church's
I J. B. Carmichael : ETHEL M. BRASINGTONCO statehouse. The mayor finds it
: Cicr i of 'hs Ciiv'Jit Court Mr. Gary Hughes ment convenient to walk to work but rituals in the United States were
I9ii Alachua Rural Route 2
i i # County Florida made public Thursday.The .
Cope South Carolina "but in a neighborhood where most

irr' .1 By: Deputy Cherriee Cleric Hales divorce You are has hereby been filed notified against that. you suit for by, in people can't afford a car, Ms changes will go into effect -
5R.>> in the
(Court Seal) in the
((3311) 3:), >, IS, 22 Circuit Court of Alachua County. in'' automobile becomes a problem later in the year after pub
Chancery. and you are required to servea what sometimes. He $8 monthto lication and distribution of
of your answer or pleading to pays a new
I copy
OPEN 7 fro 11 EVERY DAY! said torney.Complaint S. L. SCRUGGS.on the P.O.Plaintiffs Box 197.at- if they keep it in a parking lot. 'liturgical books. This may not

Gainesville. Florida. and file the original 0'I None of the houses has a be until the start of the church
NEW LOW PRICES in the office of the Clerk of the NOTICE
Circuit Court. Gainesville. Florida. on or garage. j year Advent Sunday Nov. 29.
f A before the 1st day of June 1>44; otherwise I IN ,
the allegations of said Complaintwill JUDGE.
I I I' be taken as confessed by you. IN I" I
PRICES GOOD IN ALL OUR 10u.Dated this 28th day of April A.D.. IN RE: "F ." rt -s., .. II

: GAINESVILLE STORES un J. B. CarmichaelClerk : ;
S liii III of the Circuit Court To All 11 I
Atachua County. Florida :
1234 NW 16th Ave. 1023 SE 4th Are jII By Cherries Hales You
7 3725 W. Univ. Ave. 3809 E. Univ. Ave Deputy Clerk tied and I
2809 NW 6th St. 4205 NW 16th Blvd. (3310) 5.8 15. 22. 2? may aM

: 4105 NW 13th St. Aorgan the SUN
I ALACHUA: Corner 1st St. & 441 I. i Learn more about your HEARING hearing to Florida the ii! I -
HIGH SPRINGS: 3rd Ave. NW C, Main durinq I I of said
MONTH. Get a U'within ,
HEARING. CHECK-UP at'I of the i _.

g All Brands-King SizeFilterRegularsCgarettes GAINESVILLE I,Ing.Each and ACCIDENT ROUNDUP hams, 416 SE 10th Ave., at SE

ctn. $269 /.l4 I HEARING AID CO. I dence claimant Involved in accidents report- Fourth St. and Eighth Place at

622 N. MAIN FR 7-6715 'claimant any to the Gainesville Police Department 7 p.m. yesterday.Janet .

shall be < and Alachua County Long Dowling 3304 NW

( Grade "A" LARGE Fresh Florida-in carton ) office in the past 21 19th St., and Earl Wesley Silas

I dO Attention Livestock Producers! IOUTS were: Newberry fn the 1200 block of

EGGS %. 49CKing Clara First Robert Strickland, 2110 SE NW 23rd Blvd. at 4:45 p.m. yes

11 West Ter., and light pole in terday.

Size If you have hogs or cattle to Attorney lot in 4200 block of NW Tidal Windham Sunland

l PEPSI-COLA 6 Bot. Carton sell now or in the future please (33M\ : Blvd., at 5:50 a.m. today. Training Center, and Norman

Reg. or K'nq Site 39C Pierina Mazzetti Hegger 4508 Curtis Mathis 2055 NE 9th St.
contact on* of the buyers at ,
COCA COLA 2nd Place, and Jay Alan, at NE 7th St. and 10th Ave. at
Copeland Sausage Company and
306 NE 5th Ave., at 1:30 p.m. yesterday.
them I
I BAVARIAN SELECT give an opportunity to ,' 2. Univ. /.ye. and First St., at Hugh McRorig, 1521 NW 55th

BEERBEER. 6 bot. ctn 79c buy your livestock. "i ::45 p.m. yesterday. Ter., whose parked car was

i I Brian Clinton Hollander 2310 struck by an unknown driver

COPELAND OFFERS YOU I E 15th St., and Clarence Wil 'in a parking lot in the 700 blockof

GENES SEE or CARLING -- TO CREDITORS W. Univ. Ave. at 1:20 pjn.
I 2BEER qts. 79- .
1. Cash market every day. I REESTATE OF 17th Ter., and James J. Bench-
ri n E. Schmidt
BLUE RIBBON 2. No commission. Deceased. off, Bellefontaine Ohio at 300
6Pccans99cBANANAS'b. 3. Special consideration given to meat type hogs. ". SAID ESTATE: terday.
You and each of you are hereby noti
4. Can furnish hauling for sufficient quantities. and required to present any Onis Thomas Baker, Harrcds-
.- s and demands which you. or eittw
ef you. may have against the estate burg Ky., and a cow on SR 25

10" CALL COLLECT 462-1011 I said Marian County.E. Schmidt to the County deceased Judge late of about V mile north of Hague
County Florida. at his office about 12:30 a.m.
the court house of said County at Wednesday
: Florida within six calen according io a delayed
; V FOREMOST FAVORITE! months from the time of the first report
Gi'LCtnII CLAUDE PHILLIPS PRESTON POLK I of this notice. Each clam by the Sheriff's office.

II r ICE CREAM 49c I NORMAN VEECH I :::1 demand office state address the shall place be of in ef the writing residence claimant. ,and and and I: At 8:16: FIRE a.m.CALLS

be yestrday
sworn to by the claimant bill ,
t or attorney, and any such claim 'junked auto on Rocky Point
demand not so filed shall be void.
As executrix of the Last Will
ICE Mlll{ 39cf I I' and Testament of At 9:06: a.m. yesterday, backseat
I publication MJrlw E-May Schmidt t. MM. deceased of auto at 1631 NW 5th Ave.
ra Floyd Gift,,. At 3:05:
COMPANY a.m. this
ALACHUA, FLORIDA I West University Avenue I morning,

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Friday, May 22, 1964 Gainesville Sun 17 :..

12 Mole Help Wanted 33 LOTS FOR SALE. 35 Houses for Sol! 35 -
Houses for Salt '"lIItt-.mtllltltllltlIIIUIIiIiIlntmdtlttllUIIItllllllttIII! IlIlIlIIIlIlI'! '''' I

I h CLASSIFIEDDial Beautiful 3 Acre Tract Entered bya HOUSE and 6 lots in .
Lake Shore
WANTED 60 ft. Wide Private Drive. N.W. NO DOWN PAYMENT 3 BR., 2 Homesites. Price $12,500. For In-
I In
$400COMM. Section.. C. "CURLY"Out of City KUEHN Limits.E. .JR.. condo 3762927.bath. Central Northwest.heat,$19,000.central Cal air formation call 3722840.BY WANT-AD RATES ,

631 N. Main St. OWNER, Mason Manor, 3 BR, ,
FR 6-2032 Broker FR 6-6544 PROF. Moving. Sacrifice price. 3 2 bath cen. heat, built-in kit.. PH. 372-8441
t 1.; Br. 2 bath wooded lot 140 210 huge screen porch, paved dead -
HAVE YOU"k 3764672Announcements SALESMEN In any area of. local LOT for Ave.Sale 5 in acres.1500! Will block Mil of $for.E4th 20th Faculty St. neighborhood. 3436 S. w. end street priced., shaded FR 22378.lot, reasonably for ,. I

area, to sell finished block homeson $20.000 on time or cash. Phone S
6-5117. 4 BR, 2 Bath home in N.E. Sec.

I ANY OF THESE payout.owners l It lot.experienced Straight, see 20 year Mr. SPACIOUSOver tion.conditioning Den, screened porch, air. Classified OnlyDEADLINES ::

McMurtry, Tampa Builders, a II I 34 Waterfront Property $16,900, $600 down central heat.2809 Price N.E.
r pay.
day Monday. May 25, at Holiday 2900 Sq. Feet living area in 10th St. Call 2-6455. .
V Inn. Rout 441 $.. Gaines- WINFRED this unique' home. 2 king sIze
ville. H. CRAWFORD BR'c, 1 smaller BR Huge living 3 i BR, Fla. Rm, Carol Estates I.
Reg Broker, specaltzing In room, large Fla. room big family near schools. Pay low
equity Tuef. thru Frl. papersE
WANTED experienced GM trained LAKE PROPERTIESACRE.. room builtm elec. kitchen. Also ), assume VA loan with $77.9 ".m. Day before publication ,.n
3 LOST & FOUND For ads to
'i j in
!: mechanic. Start AGE. 3 mileS No. of Melrose, go Sun. paper-12 a Sat.
work Immediately. mo.
kitchen with stove
extra payments. Ph. 376-0339 For ads to In m'sa
go Mon.
THINGS I GR 5-2981. psper-1 .
TO SELL? Must own tools. Salary guar Ref.. washer-dryer. 2 tile baths 4
girl s glasses case.: an'eed. Gateway Chevrolet Inc.. 3 A-C units. HW & tile floors. 2 bath. Central heat
( III"
J. Flnley' vIcInity. CII 372-9795 Starke, Fla. 'U3900.EXPERIENCED Equity for sale. 1215 N.E. 20th Minimum ad 4 lines)
Some of the most
1! '!c: You Extra Cash Cedar Shores gorgeous pen- Place. 3764910.
: They'll Bring Key ailing you've ever seen. Open FAMILY RATES .
4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE appliance service beam ceiling. You'll have to 5-ROOM FRAME house screened
man. Permanent work. Give qual) tr Other Properties see to believe such exists. Can I Porch reduced for
quick sale
I i Rugs Iflcations. Writ box 423-A c-o David be used as two large Apts. So I $2,495. Phone Cephls Goodman 1 Insertion ......... ..................................... S4c fine -
t LEARN TO DRIVE Special attention Gainesville Sun.DISHWASHER. AndrewsCedar convenient to town. All this and 528-4384 Williston.Investigate. :9 Insertions ...........?................................. Hc lIne

to nervous or elderly. I Key 3841 more for $17,700. Excellent terms. 6 insertions .............................................. lie HM ".
: Guns Easy Way Driving School. FR apply In person Now 12 Insertions ................-..........................-... He line| _
?--70o Lie by State of Fla Wonderhouse Restaurant, 14 S.W. AIR CONDITIONED, gas heat Total charge computed by multiplying total lines x rate earn-
1st Street behind Sears. completely furnished 2 bedroom UNIVERSITYREALTY LARGE WELL ESTABLISHED S ed x number of insertions.

Is' 6 SPECIAL NOTICES CABINET MAKERS house on Cowpen Lake, 22 miles GROCERY STORE, for sale with
East of Gainesville. Price $3,800. complete Inventory. Be your own
:: Wanted Immediately: cut. out Terms available. Phone FR 6- boss and make a comfortable I .
Boats. DUE to divorce I have a like new man bench & formica man. 3672. living. 11 miles from Gainesville I Five letter words per line .
1964 model Zig Zag, Automatic Write or apply to Custom CabInets )- in small town with business already )
N. Main
1115 St. Ph. 3724351W.
251* NE 18th Ter. Gainesville SWANKY: Large 2 tiled bath
sewing machine, that does everything 'Year M. Munroe Realtor established The price and I
Tents around Home'
Fla. State on
; w* would like someone qualifications Santa Fe Lake. Asso. S. E. McLaughlin Frank terms are reasonable. Call us for Same as 2 lines _
& Commuting distance .
to take up payments of $600 age experience. ; 1st Fed. Roby Roy McCann T. C. Doug full details. 8 P t. ordinary type S
Mtg. $15,000 Assume .
per mo. Small balance. Ph. 372- r
las Jr.
Books & own for 13,60000 cash
t SPRAY PAINTER down! EXTRA SPECIALJUST 1 12 Pt.18Pt.. Sam as 3 lines
2051.MAGICIAN ordinary
I Experienced in volume construction.Call Redfranks type I

: Plants FR 23133.: Dave Godsey. UNUSUAL a nicely furnished walk LISTED to Littlewood Your and children Westwood can Sam as 4 lines ...
ENTERTAINMENT for all on COWPEN Lake with
and occasions. Special rates ages for amazing opportunity for development schools. New 3 bedroom, 2 bathon I ordinary type ::
Pianosi clubs and churches. 3727928 COOK White, married 30 to 55 because of 'King Size' RealestateMODERN paved dead-end street. Built in
yr. 8 hour day, 5 day week frontage. 88.800.00. Good Terms. kitchen. fireplace in family
WRINKLES? vacation sick leave, social security ASK room 2 car closed garage Central -
Stoves. Coty Line Away and state retirment bene- ARCH CAMPBELL. REALTOR FLORIDA STYLE Heat and Air Cone; AvaIl- 24 Pt Same as 5 lines -
i $5 plus Tax fits. For interview contact Per Ph. 376-5707 ANYTIME. HOME The large living able in June. Financing can be ordinary type
I' Odi's Pharmacy sonnel Director Sunland Train- room, dining area, Flori d a arranged at no cost to you. Call 54 ..:
Radios Hi Central' Plaza, (Next to Winn Ing Center, P. O. Box 506, BEAUTIFUL lot on the Suwannee room & outdoor patio and for appointment to see.
Dixie) I.D.L Drugstore.ALUMNAEusWho. Gainesville, Fla. or Phone 37- River at Rock Bluff. Call 3744140. walled.in garden beyond theS I
5381. Ext. 362.23.Hslp sliding glass wall literal y The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for more than one __ ;
\iy\ Skates ? flow into each other. 3 large ALACHUA.REALTY' incorrect insertion nor will H be liable for any error In advertisement _
Local Personalities Male Femal FOR SALE bedrooms, 2 baths modern to a greater extent than the cost of the space occupied -
or Fin home at St. _
Augustine the Item tn the
built-In kitchen. CENTRALAIRCONDITIONED JSL advertisement. No adlustment
Thursday, May 28 Beach. 155 feet of ocean frontageand for the be that clo not 05 I I
TrunksJewelry 8' advertisement? materially effect th* vaiua' of ,
00 300 feet
P.M., Channel 5 deep. Large living long hot summer ahead. If the _
PLACEMENT SERVICE room, dining room with 20
_. -- OHI. .. Prnf.."...i nAI,I ..'AA. ..u..... ,_ rl__'''_ ____x _18__ you enloy truly MODERN -. Associates I
S Baby Sitters, Child Cart -- ---Technical- '.oo. iwiii V'.U"-'"i nviiua room extending FLORIDA LIVING you Member Multiple Listing -

College Graduates from The living room and should call us now to see Aria T. Smith Realtor I The Gainesville Sun reserves the prlvll"lle' revising ,...1
facing the ocean. 3 large bed- Of'
this. ONLY $22,000. Mabel Gore Associate I letting any advertisement
For call 372-6377 which it deems
appt. obiectional
rooms, each with full baths. and to
BicyclesTV TINY TOT 10-12:00 A.M 2-4:00 P.M. Servants quarters downstairs. For CLOSE TO UNIVERSITY GOLF 635 N.E. 1st St. 376-2448 j chance t.the classification of any acfvertisemen& from that ordered = _
conform to the
Monday through Friday policy of the
further Information
contact the- paper.
PLAY COURSE & Campus. Cozy ::
3 bedroom 1 bath homen FRED
Sets 102 NW 2nd Avenue O. Box 519 --
: Visit UI and u. for yourself. est led under spreadin g
24SE 8th St. FR 4-7806. Exp. secretaries, salary open St. Augustine Florida oaks. Only $11000 with I m _I1IIIIIImIImI! -

; ClothingCameras PLANNED pr@-C lool program awaits your White Cashier-nostMs.houseKceper.attractive$25 wk. Pthne VA -0&1 per$350 mo.DOWN SHOWN and BY appx.APPT.$70 ARNOLD 35 Houses for Sale I I H HI 35 Houses for Sole .-I-:.
youngster at JACK :
& JILL Bookkeeper, salary open 35 Houses for Sale! ONLY. Call 6-0817. ____ -I
Music Exp. Waitress, salary & comm. 1 BR CB. city water lot 0x140, -j Ij jI
film-strIps.programs educational Exp. mechanics JUST OUTSIDE CITY LIMITS REALTOR paved street down payment $200 I i I FOR SALE BY OWNER. NW sec _.
7:45-515 Mon-FrU Store trainee, hi schl. grad. FOR Sale or trade. New tion.
1331 BR We now have several and $50 monthly. Immediate oc 3 bedroom. 2 tile baths,
SW. 13th St. FR 4-3900. Off. trainee hi schl. grad. home located In Westmoreland homes listed which are lust cupancy. Located near bus line built-In appliances double car I

; Antiques Child Care in my home. Fenced Tree surgeon foreman $2 hr. Estates. On city sewers, pavedSt outside the city limits and Stephen Foster School, 1114 I port, paved street, connected to I

yard Reasonable rates. Good Auto salesman Exp. 2 Ig bath Rms., Ig. family where TAXES & UTILITIES 4004 N.W. NW 39th Ave. See It and phone sewer. Small down payment. -
Furniture references. Phone 3723713. Short order grill man Rm. & living Rm., dining area. ARE LOWER but whereyou 376-7170. Days phone 372-382*. After 6 I
i Insurance trainee, $100 wk. Central heat, built-in kitchen I Including can still enloy all the PM 376-4774.
CHILD care. Infants to 8 yrs.2 Route salesman Levy Co. GE dishwasher. 2 courtyards malor conveniences of city 13th Place U

Livestock blks.Swimming Stephan for Foster school. CONNELL EMPLOY. AGY. walk to schools, close to living. Call us about these. 3 I bedroom 2 bath residence cen- McKINNEY PROFESSOR will sacrIfIce for ,- I
older children included 120 SE 1st Ave.
Call FR U of F & medical center FHA trally air-conditioned and heated. quick cash sale 4'% yr. old custom ,
62547Employment Phone 376-8234
$21700 Down payment $1,700 BEFORE YOU BUY let us show Enclosed patio. Large lot, beauti- GREEN built house In Golf View _
Diamonds WANTED Inventory Clerk man or Immediate occupancy. Drive by you this NEARLY NEW ful trees. $15,000. with ducted central heat and
woman, 40 hour week. Good pay. 1027 NW 40th Drive. Call Butler home with well established DEATONREALTORS central air-conditioning. Ideal for -.
have of Brothers :372-9545 yard. 3 large bedrooms children. \
Should some knowledge dally, 376-9048 SouthwestBeautiful Fenced garden with
: Fish Poles bookkeeping. Write Box 425-A night. I 2 glamorous baths, livl n groom paved walks and terrace. Ideal .
c-o Gainesville Sun. FHA of entertainment size brick home on Vi acre for tricycles and skates. 12ft. .. .
11 FEMALE HELP WANTED at appraisal House for) sale NE section proportions separate dining- lot. Over 2.000 square feet in AnglewoodAn swimming pool, 2'* ft. deep.

i Used Cars 14-Sales Help WantedOPPORTUNITY $300 down payment value, low of $10,000 monthly room panelled F lor Ida main house. 3 bedrooms 2 baths, attractive well built home Ux24 LR. Tiny kitchen, 1 large
BEAUTY room with old brick fir e- separate dining room, large family BR, 2 sm. BR's 1 plain bath,
DEMONSTRATORS payments. 3 BR, 1 bath, carport situated on a beautiful landscaped -
place. Oak strip fl I 0 0 r s. laundry .
in Needs
roo room. redecorat.
m. Fireplace living
up to $5 per hour demonstrating large storage. Call after lot. 3 Bedrooms and 2
: Auto TiresAquariums famous Studio Girl KNOCKS! 6:00 P.M. FR 6-4774. Central heat & AIRCONDI- room. Central -conditioning tiled baths. Large patio Wall ing and yard work. $16,500, $4,500 .. .
Cosmetics. Full You've read about fabulous Village TIONING. Big modern kitchen and heating. $24,500. 'to wall and cash. and $86 mo., incl. taxes ,
or Part Time.
carpet in dining
Phone 376-4336 after 6. Green. Now..help sell It! FOR only $450 down, $9127 per including Disposal, Ins., and VA mtg. payments at
living All modern -
Excellent earning opportunity for month payments, you can qua Dishwasher, Built-In stove area. conveniences 4-4 per cent int Will throw in
"SARAH COVENTRY"UNDER licensed Real Estate salesman. lily for 4 BR, 2 bath home, 1806 & oven RefrIgerator & $700 Downto I FR 2-3617 Priced for appointment.to sell Call stove. rfg. and other things. Ph.

new management. OpenIngs Allen Dorman, sales manager. NW 38th Terr. Will paint inside washer. Double attac h e d qualified FHA Buyer. 3 bedrooms FR %- 376. .
Row Boats for fashion directors. Part Hugh Edwards Inc. 372-1551 & outside completely. For appt. garage with plenty of stor. 2 baths, large living room .
time or full time. For appoint- to see call :372-0481. age room. Convenient westside with fireplace den, and modern Holly Forrest : KOREAN

ment, call 3727049. 16 Work Wanted Female SACRIFICE $2404 equity for $700 location. Asking LESS kitchen with dishwasher. Full
Attractive 3 B.R. 2 bath Ocala
Golf Clubs cash. Total cost THAN $25,500 Call 6-0817, price $17,000. $107 per month Including -
HELP turn only $11,427. VETERANS
your spare time into for appointment to see. Block Home situated on large
taxes and insurance.
money. No soliciting or deliver. WANT lob as practical nurse or Modem 3 BR, IV* bath home. 1 corner lot Sunken living room .
Near schools. Refrig., elec. Only $100 down, N.W. New 3 I
ing. Adiust companion. Call FR 6-6319. with fireplace Florida Room
your own working Claude
M. "Red" Franks. Realtor .
BR 1 and 2 Bath
Homes. Immediate
TypewritersMotorcycles range air cond. and drapes.No .
hrs. $250 pe rhr. For $21,500 Dbl. C.P. Central heat and Air
appt. call WILL for aged ill in Myrtle Lassiter, Associate
: care or your Qualifying. 1432 NE 14th Ter. occupancy. All city services
condition Mortem kitchen with
372-7049 home. Phone 376-9864 or 372-3890. Phone 376-4068 Wm. E. "Bill" Harris. Associate Excellent 3 bedroom. 2 bath homein 3 blks to elementary and I
7 N.E. 1st Street Phone 376-0817 Littlewood Westwood school refrigerator Designed for luxurious lunior high schools. Price S12J5Qto
OFFICE MANAGER to take full 3 BR 2 bath house for sale. To- Res 372-7943 or 376-2927 living. Call FR 23617
17 Work Wanted Male area. Carpets and drapes are Included $13,000 including brick colonials ,
charge all
our office routinesand tal COSt $11.500. Call FR 2-6936. MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTING Charming screened pOrch. Total monthly payments
Used TrucksRefrigerators most correspondence including. tood handling work- SHOPS ONLY Lawn and landscaping are exqui Madison Park : from 575. Located N.W. 39th St.

Ing conditions and with Home & Auto radio repair. When $400 DOWNAssume pARRISHPRESENTS site. 1029 N.W. :36th Drive. NW. 13th and 14th Place. Call
pay excellent Owner departed Desirable N W. %
-9S045 and
I daily 6-9048
available will work part or extra nights. ..
future for Loan at
girl or woman I $96 per mo. for my location F.H.A. financing. Only
able to assume responsibilities. time. EXPERIENCED Call :3 bedroom, 2 Bath Fla. Room lakefront ,, $75000 Down for this attractive BROS.
No shorthand required, but must 376-1474 after 5 P.M. anytime or Home. By Owner. 1937 N.E. 7th 3 B.R. 2 bath home. Priced below
be good typist and know some try anytime Sat. or Sun. for con Terrace after 5 P.M. 90 Acres on sparkling spring-fed market Near school and shopping .
Baby Buggies bookkeeping. See Mr. Sandeferat tact. lake with sand bottom, $40.000. 29 Call FR 2-3617 for appoint- M S. I
Rutherfords, 103 W. Univ. Ave. WANTED part time or full time 3 BR., 1 bath, CCB home. Stove pet. down with terms. ment .

No phone Inquiries please. lob for man. Reliable. Will fur refrigerator air conditioner. NEW LISTING Here Is ASSOCIATESJ
Electric Motors Central heat. Drive by 2503 N.E. a perfect
COUNTER GIRL for cafeteria line nish reference. Write Box 426Aco 10th Terr, then call 374-5890 home, beautiful and spaciousfor ARNOLDRealty Fred Guy Jayne Butterwroth I
and soda fountain. Apply College Gainesville Sun. gracious living located in a Col. J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire PRICEREDUCED

Farm MachineryStore Inn 1728 W. Univ. Ave. No phone NEARLY new 4 BR home with choce: westside location this 4 Company Multiple Listing Like new near shopping. 3 br, 2 ... .
calls please. 1 S Schools (Instructions all luxury features within walk. bedroom 3 bath home with swim- Multiple Listing Member bath. Cent heat Cent air, modern
ing distance of new school. $31- ming pool and lovely patio living 219 W. Univ. Ave. 3723522: kitchen ornamental fenced patio.
Equipment 500. Easy tersm. 529 NW 58th 'I room with fireplace, separate Associates Pete Sieg NEWLISTINGS Call today. Call MARY MOEL-
UNIQUE who positions open now for ladies Real Estate Exam St. Phone :376-3569. j' dining room large family room Jane Caldwell( F. W. Hodge LER .
quality for personal e d carpets and drapes includ e d. Jim Sheppard Charlie Mayo
Infant's Clothing services. Vivlanne WoOard Prestige COURSE OH MOM loads of storage space. central Bob Kalkman Jimmy Greene .
: Line Cosmetics personal In- ATTEND First lesson free. ANGLEWOODAprx
heat and air conditioning.
terview in the privacy of your HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE You'll love this 3 bedroom. 2 bath I SEE BEAUTIFUL
home. Call COLLEGE 218 W. Univ. Ave beauty at top Northeast location. 2000 sq ft of gracious living
:3761480 for appoint ELEGANT AND THEIR LOSS could be your gain. _
Machines "
Sewing ment. F R. 6-3507, 372372LMEN Terrains floors, G.E. built in Relax See this excellent listing. Three 5paCet 3 br: 2 "baths Fla room a
and enloy life and your MAlORE'GARDENS .
and Cent Jwat a agaragej
oven range. Newly redecor .awnmf windows dbl
& women 18 to 55 to train for < family In this 3 bedroom 2 bath bedroom two bath centrally' heat
WANTED ated. 515.500.
experienced bookkeep e r. $600 down. FHA. corner lot. See MARY
ed and conditioned with
FOR house
Office home. Large living room wall to
experience desirable but Pay only $101 per month Includ- Florida Room and screened
waN carpet, and brick fireplace. HOMEWe porch
not necessary. Salary commensurate Examinations. For information ing taxes and insurance. \6 _
with experience. Good working send name. address t. Phone No. Separate dining room m o dern overlooking a spacious landscaped

Movie Equipment conditions with congenial peep I e. Key Training Service. 112 W. HUGH EDWARDS, kitchen plus a lovely scree n e d offer for your Inspection this garden. NEAR

Please send complete resume of Adams St.. Jacksonville. patio on a large beautiful lot. fine new home located in beautiful -
40000 DOWN and $8000
experience to box 422-A c-o Malore Gardens, lot 20 3
SPEEDWRITING Shorthand BUY Owner town month will buy this three bed-
Furniture GOOD leaving
Nursery Gainesville Sun. miles south of Campus on Ocala spacious. 4 br 2
TYPING BOOKKEEPINGHOWELL'S 2837 N.E. 15th St. and must sell 4 bedroom 2 bath I room house with Florida Room. story
ADD TO THE FAMILY INCOME BUSINESS COLLEGE 376-7971 home living room, family room Range and refrigerator Included. house, partly furnished entry
Materials 218 W. Univ. Ave. FR 6-3507. built-In kitchen and scr e e n e d 1 hall. I Ig living room, dining room,
Building SMALL DOWN PAYMENT 3 Br. Situated on large wooded lot kitchen,
ONLY a few hours daily. Start porch, central heat and cent r a I 2 bedroom masonry home and X34 larye yard
Fla. Rm, large fenced yard in constructed of Ocala limestone Lake .
PIANO Instruction openings available view Melrose, Fla. Call
your own business now. We train for instruction. beautiful Idylwild. Priced at $14.- air conditioning. Priced to sell. block, 3 BR & den kit., laundry MARY MOELLER
summer miles from the city limits. $\,
Outboard Motors you to become an Avon Repre 000. space. entrance porch and foyer _
; sentative. Call Mrs. Bums, FR 2- Adults or children. Mrs. Burko SUMMER COMFORT You must large LR with fir place, sep. 000 DOWNI! ..
0421. 372-9896. see this attractive 3 bedroom 2 BUDGETHOME
NEAT and CLEAN Spacious 3 dining rm-family rm combination '
Sports Equipment BE A FASHION SIX weeks )lunior typing class. Br. Home in Excellent Condi- bath home located with in a choice large double carport with BLACK 3 bedroom ACRES -2 We bath have 2 lovely 3 br IVt baths partially furnished, -
; Summer school. Registra 11 o n tion on extra large, lovely gar northwest area swimming generous storage facilities.
schools &
homes in this shopping. low -
SHOW DIRECTORNO June 8. Howell's Business College den lot. Price only $12,200. pool shuffle board court modern very desirable area.
down low
CALL US FOR payment mo. pay $10-
Vacuum built-In kitchen, family room central DETAILS
Clganers delivering or collecting ear 218 W. Univ. Ave. Phone :376- 1. Near the new Gainesville _
necessary. Call Connie Robbins.FR 3507 heat and air conditioning. '
DAN BYRDASSOCIATES Country Club ACREAGE -We have several -
6-1968 after 6 30 p.m. 2. Designed by local architect large and small tracts of land 900.MARY
UNDER $10000. New 3 bedroom
Fishing Equipment CASHIER good salary good 28 Livestock & Supplies INC.Jack homes built under FHA specifica- 3. Near new elementary school available. CALL US NOWI ::
hours. Apply in person Wonder- tions and available to qualif I led 4. Only a few minutes to Med.
Machines house Restaurant, 14 SW 1st WANT AN ECONOMICALL DeYot Realtor buyers with FHA financing. No Center and downtown '
Washing St. behind Sears. PRICED FEED? Then try CPA Associates closing: costs and no city taxes. 5. Loveliest lots in town are John Merrill
Walter Stoddard. Chris Stone
located in Malore Gardens MOELLER
Cooperative Mills 16 cent
per Phone for further details.
WANTED Rehab) maid to care Emmett Holloway
Heating Equipment for 2 small children and do light Production Dairy part pulleted. *25 ".W. 13th St. 372-2511 Call today for information Realtor
suited for
Ideally feeding on WESTSIDE. New residential subdivision -
housekeeping in Flavet Apart. Call Call Night or Day FR 2-4625 or FR 2-8336
pasture. Special for May only. MULTIPLE LISTING :
6-9761. opening soon. Located on : .
: Musical Instruments FMX Gainesville or Alachua.. NE 2 yrs. old. 3 BR. 1 bath, Newberry Road. Just S.IOO.OO! WOODROW SEAYBUILDER Phone 3721494 REALTOR
WANTED SALESGIRL. Apply in Phone FR 2-1095 or 2105. C/H screened porch, patio down 5 years on balance. ASSOCIATESMARCELL.A
person no phone calls. Federal Stove refrig.. d-washer $500 I PARDI 1019 W. Univ FR 6-4471
Camping Equipment Center.Bake Shop In Gainesville Shopping BUTCHER SALE GOATSFOR dn.. $75 mo. FR 22774. M. M. ParrishAND W. H. BUCKHANNAN Member of Multiple. ListingFUN

FR 2-0033 AN exciting home with space excellently
WANTED experienced Legal Secretary built, air conditioned ASSOCIATES INC.
Plumbing Equipment to begin work on or before 3 BR, 2 Bath. family room and MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTINGH. IN THE
30 PETS & SUPPLIES Wayne Hill Helen Graham
June 1. Salary commensurate fireplace, now being completedby
with experience and ability. '.Lloyd Myrick, Builder in Carolyn Gardenhire Mary Parrish
I Children's Good 19 NE First St Tel 3725375
Playthings ENGLISH shepherd puppies.
Fringe benefits. Blue Cross and Wimberly Estates. outside city
Blue Shield. For interview con- for watch, stock and pets. FR limits. N. W. 36th Terr. off

I tact James E. Clayton. Phone 2-0033. N. W. 39th Ave. Offered for $22 FORDYCEREALTOR -..;,

Electrical Appliances 372-9591. GERMAN shepherd pups AKC. all 500. Phone 25689. .

shots. ready to go. Shown weekdays WHY PAY RENT? .
Parakeets 12 Male Help Wanted after 7 P.M., all day Sat. New homes, $9,500.! 3 bedroom, tile .'
Dogs Cats and Sun. See Don Carney. 3501 bath $65 per month. Located on I -

COUNTER MAN for cafeteria line NW 18th Ter.MINIATURE S. E. 45th Terrace. Also some -oJ

and soda fountain. Apply CollegeInn I Dachshund Puppies trade-Ins. Call FR 22372.

1728 W. Univ. Av*. No phone AKC 2 males and 2 I SUNBOATS
calls registered $14,775 up ON YOUR LOT. Open Play It CoolSoak
please.MECHANIC females have had shots. $50. House Sundays 1 to 6 p.m. Designed
experienced. Good Phone 6-3800. 2923 N.E. 10th St. & engineered by U. S. up the sun this summer and NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA

working conditions. Excel I lent I r Steel Corp., Homes Division. 2100 be cool about it In this home witha 0
NINE week old shePherd
will sell it faster pay. See Service Manager Bark well marked registered sq. ft. 3 BR, 2 bath, air cond. marvelous swimming pool. 3 at.
Nothing ley Motors. FR 22583. pups male and female $35. brick veneer 2 car garage. 1801 I tractive bedrooms, 2 tile baths. Elegant i- & MOTORS =
NW 36th Dr. Alachua Homes living room, family room BOATS & MOTORS OUTDOOR RECREATION -
DRAFTSMAN full time permanent Phone 4-3-70- with separate din i n -
position. Experience in civil engineering Inc. Call Frank Thomas FR 6- fireplace kitchen with breakfast area.groom _ _ _ _ _ _ _ "'I 1
FREE! 2 kittens. Call THE 76th
5 24" GRILLS
required. day
week. 2 wk. vacation. Group 5350. Fiberglass Fishipg ir Plywood fishing boats. .
INC., 376-1236. I Boat Introduced by FRANK $49.50 HOOD SP T AND MOTOR .-
life & hospitalizatIon avaiL For DACHSHUND puppy. Red Female,, 4 BR. 3 bath. 2050 sq. H. living I PHILPOTT? $IO."
appt. call FR 2-2591. area, central heat built-in kit. II EASY GOOD YEAR SERVICE STORES
f weeks old. All shots. $40. Quiet Living TERMS OR CENTRAL THE TACKLE BOX
than theGAINESVILLE Phone Kingsley Lake 533-2491 1 blk. from Westwood Jr. High, I CHARGE 725 N. Main 1723537

2 blks. from Littlewood elem. Just outside the city limits, away "The Heart Of East Gainesville'
BARTENDEi1Experenced SIAMESE KITTENS 8 weeks old school. Ideal for Ig. family or from all the hubbub, this 5 bedroom FRANK PHILPOTT'S
sealpoint. SIAMESE mother cat,, family and elderly persons horn situated on 5 acres of I Check with Charlie ....
2 yrs. old. Phone 376-8996. Priced for immed sale. :3449 beautiful i rolling land. Living room SPORT CENTER FR J1791. List. of Classifications t* choose ..-.

BEAGLES for sale partially train N.W. 13th Ave. 3722890. with fireplace and a charmln for. 1 Home of HUNTER. Fiberglass _ _ from __
ed and some have shots. $20 mat dining room. Contact FOR Fishing Boats.McCULLOCH ..J
Mixologist 25135. Walking distance to schools. 3 1236. Trailers and JACKSON Sailing ONLY DEALER Skiing Swimming-Diving. .....
BR 2 baths hone in Skyline I Canoes.
SUN TIME CHIHUAHUAS ready for loving Heights. Study hardwood floors JOHNSON Fishing Equipment. "'"
homes. AKC. Reasonable. Call built-in range & oven. Cent Stop "Where Quality Sells Itself SEA HORSE MOTORS ;

after 1 p.m. FR 3037.. heat. Shaded back yard. Call An Investment now will mean income I I SALES AND SERVICE Safety Hems.
Contact: Mr. Pozin 376-0862. Lone Star Boats. Orlando ClipperFR
PLAYFUL kittens need home. 1423 I later. This small home with 20 NW. 14th Ave.
NW 7th Ave. FR 2-8403. CENTRAL AIR CONDITIOING- apartment Is the perfect way to 25011 or FR 6-6893 Boats. Ski supplies. Sailing rigs. Golfing Equipment. -
between 2 and 8 I -
p.m. Invest your money. Excellent fi BAIRD'S MARINE.
FREE 4 kittens. 7 wks. old. FENCED REAR YARDA nancing. Located in 'M downtownarea. Mon. Thru FrI 5-4 p m. SaL 9-6 C01 S. MA'N ST. Tennis. Equipment. :::
Coil FR 6-0034. complete home: Wall-to-wall I Call FORDYCE & ASSOCI. Other Times by Appointment
UNIVERSITYINN carpets. draperies., central air ATES INC. 376-1236. I _ _ _ Baseball Equipment. ..__
FOR SALE AKC registered Chi: conditioning. fenced rear yard..

t WANT ADS huahua puppies also Collie pup Quality Chambers gas oven Go Westand Sun Want Ads SWIMMING POOLS Where to Fish. =
South 441 pies. Hubbard Circle Grocery. range and hood. Vanitied laundry -

on Mllhopper and 16th Ave. 6-3324.. sink In connecting utility room. you will find a gold mine of
:- Large lIving room separate dining attractive features in this 3 bed BE CAREFREE Plus many many more. ==

33 LOTS FOR SALEBY room. Three large bed room 2 bath home. Separate d;n- -
rooms. Hugh Edwards, Inc. Ing room spacious Florida Room. Enloy a clean and healthy. pool. -
FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY 37 -7971. 21800. Contact FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES Get Results Master Pool Service Inc. ADVERTISE Cf THE -W
OWNER INC. 3761236. SuppUs & Montnly cleaning
BEAUTIFUL wooded lot. toO blockof HOMES BY GINGRICH service.FR .
N.W. 22nd Street. 110' xS5. No down payment on your lot, SERVICE DIRECTORY
25363 IIT71
CALL For top quality workmanship Also lot In Gwynn Oaks 200'x- low monthly payments. For free FORDYCEAssociates -

call 180 with view and privileges literature. Write Gingrich, 1225 -
NE 22nd II.. Ocala, Fla. Phone
372-6142 _of Clear Lake. 376-SI09. I --
._ 6223346. Inc.

UPHOLSTERY GAINESVILLE LOTS I FOR SALE BY OWNER. spacious Real Estate ExchergarsMultiple MR. MERCHANT: To place your ad in the :=

3 BR, 2 bath Fla. Rm. close Listing Realtors

376-4672 Fr** ISM Estimates N_W.-urn Pick St.IJJ and Call Near new VJk. Hospital. 5 Acres. $24.500.to school.Reasonable Littlewood down Estates pay. Grace Dudley S.Gouldel.ssoclat.FordyCe. Broker. ; Fun in the Sun section PHONE 372-8441 :::

delivery. MARY MOELLER REALTOR ment. 920 NW 37th Ter. Phone I Harvey Benton Associate -

1019 W. Univ FR 6-4471 3723730.AwL4v55ENoe5iER 926 W. Univ. 376-1236 -

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: \ NEAR ALACHUA, convenient to HOUSE FOR sale In Keystone ': Quality HomesWESTVILLA
Heights Fla. 3 BR.. 2 baths 1 Fordyce Acreage tX ; JR.
Copelamrs: the G.E. Plant. or rJ J. l
Gainesville. New 3 BR house with acre lot will sacrlfI ;. Appraiseat ; : Homes. Lots. Income. Business II
$18,000 will sell for $14,990. 180 acre ranch 60
10 or 20 acres. Jasper H. Davis acres perman- ;tJtfC and Lake Property
Alachua. Phone 4621502. Call 376-1168. Gainesville. after 5 ent pasture fenced cross Farms and Acreage. .
p.m. fenced. 2 wells. $165 an acre. Located k E. C. CURLY KUEHN. Jr. N.W. 16th Ave.
SPACIOUS 2 story 4 bedroom. 2 in Levy County. Ready for ) 638 N. MAIN ST.
bath frame house. Swimmingpool. 40 Business PropertiesGOOD cattle farmer. FR 6-2032 Broker FR 6-6544 & 37th St. I

Do You Have A Room Apartment N.E. Phone FR 23738. 160 acres at $165 an acre. Off gas1itos .
; BY bath.OWNER.lovely attractive yard. Air 4 BR cond.2 going business for sale. Newberry-Archer Road. I TERMSWALTER ,

I Or House to Rent? cent. heat dbl. util. rm-. swim Dance hall beer bar snack land bar 80 acres. 10 miles out Archer Rd. EYES RIGHT j
building 40 x 80. 1 acre
dub rnembershio. Walkina distance $165 an acre. Beautiful oak trees. ,.1
located near High Springs on ; See real dream living In Shadow j
& Howard Bishop.
$98 mo. 2832 NE nth Terr. Ph.. 441. For information come to 100 acres, nice frame house. 11 !ft 'It $lWe 11! Lawn Estates. Models Open.F. .
Motel 41, 5 mi. No. of High (ll
376-2349. Springs on 441. Lake City road. miles out Archer Rd. S275 per acre. : D. Oliver. Bldr. I
REMEMBER-A rental COSTS Fenced and cross fenced. Other Ph. FR 2"""
vacancy J. W. IF you want a bargain in a good smail tracts available at reasonable I, West en NW 39th Ave. past STUBBS,
grocery store. all colored trade prices. the Glen Springs intersec
; YOU MORE than the ad that will rentit KiRKPATRICKCHARM call me. You must have collateral 8 tion. See sign en left. INC.
Ph. FR !
& good credit.
6-7231 days. FR 2-0641 nights. Fordyce t\ Village Great 1i
In a colonial manner on a "We Trade Houses"HOUSE
corner lot 4h Black Acres. Brick Associates Inc. 3q ADVERTISE IN THE t
42 Farms & Acreage .
and frame dbl-hung windows with '
926 W. Univ. 376-1236 -
shutters fireplace. carpet 3 bed-

; Here's what your Vacancy COSTS YOU roorrs.rage. $23,80000 2 bsths two car ga- BEAUTIFUL rolling 2 to 5 acre 43 Colored Property w 6 MODELS OPEN 101b

I SPECIAL In so many ways: Size- estates. Choice of wooded or K Today 1 Till Dark ;
3 bedrooms. 2 baths permanent pasture. 7 miles west HOMES FOR SALE
EVERY DAY until it is rented : Area Littlewood of Gainesville. $600 per acre- 2 & 3 Bedrooms SE 14th St. & 1 HUNTING?
Bonus! A playhouse be the first to make your choice! SE 7th Ave. Some no down pay. :U 117
Terms Very flexible Call or see United Farm merit. Some small down pay. Aei6WIs. ( vinYAef
II Price $14,400.00Mortgage Agency 3722954. mont Monthly payment $57 to 1
IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: 4Vt pet. $65. Also homes built on your CHECK THESE NORTHWEST

SPACE for your grand piano. space 40 ACRES lot for no down payment.Call .

; $40 per mo. ., . $1.33 per day for your full-size buffet. space for Uncleared land. South of Newber. TOMMY RIDGELL ItHUGH EDWARDS INC..
your king-size bed. and elbow ry. $100 per acre. Terms. S. E. Builder Phone FR 2-4125 ;;\ HOMES TODAY:
: room .for you and all the family Sapp Realtor, Newberry.. Flor
$50 per mo. . $1.66 per day too. ida. Phone 4722000. 44 Cottages for Rent r 1 2837 N. 15thStreet f'
Superior construction and reasonably ...

$55 per mo. . $1.83 per day LAKE ROSA priced frontage at and$24,50300.: a: year ACREAGE FURNISHED, 1 BR cottage all tt\L: Phone 372-1551 jj:: .
I round. modern masonry 3 bedroom 300 plus acres, ext heavy ham- electric. tile shower. good ventilation -
$60 $2.00 house with 4 car mock land ideal for horse farm. located on Santa Fe ::. :- : :; :: ::*.' :; WfJf11.I1IIIIIIIHHIIRBIIIIfiHIBl 3 X $15,400Three
ii per mo. .. . per day and large lot. Recently reducedto garage Lake. Phone FR 25458 or FR 2- :: trrZ:: tff.frf; t -
660 ft on U.S. 441. Commercial site. 8169.
I $65 per mo. ., . $2.16 per day occupancy.$18,000. Ready Consider for immediate renting 20 acres. $770000 BEACH HOUSE on Crescent Beach. bedroom, two bath colonial model. All brick
for a six month period.J. a few weeks still free. Call FR front. corner lot. paved street all city services, walk
W. Colonial Home on 95 acres. 2 lakeson 25281 : 1I\IIIID! momCOMPARE
$70 per mo. . $2.33 per day KIRKPATRICK Realtor property. borders on another. to elementary and Junior High schools. Only $550
31 N. Main Phone FR 2-8404 within 25 ml Gainesville. $30,000 down; only $94.53 per month complete. These homesare

$75 per mo. . $2.50 per day ASSOCIATES Member: Multiple Listing good terms. 45 Furnished Apts. I i iI new and almost ready for occupancy. .

Floye Mathiasen Irene BunnellA. 2 ten acre tracts N.W.. Va mil. of FURNISHED Apartment Tor rent
$80 per mo. ., . $2.66 per day W. Reece Capt. USN. Ret. city limits. excellent buy $11,000 with living Rm.. bedroom tile THESE HOME VALUES
ea. See us for acreage. bath, air-cond. 1. 2 bedroom $13,500Three

: $85 per mo. . $2.83 per day GLADYS SMITH MARY MOELLER REALTOR FOR Apt.RENT FR 2-9569.1 bedroom furnished I BEFORE YOU BUY =I

1019 W. University FR 6-4471 apartment. Clean and cooL $60 == g
I $90 per mo. . $3.00 per day EXCLUSIVE AREA Must SELL new CCB, 2 BR home.In month. Water furnished. Call bedroom one bath model with double access -
Acre lot in prestige area with Lacrosse with 3 acres. Price Ronnie Hayward FR 2-4761 or Norwood I Iis to master bath. Stunning exterior elevation. 1 lOOx
$95 per mo. . $3.16 per day fireplaces.bedroom rustic panelled exterior.home.Price Two reduced 8500. Good terms. FR 6-6134.: i SAVE! 100 foot lot. Lots of windows. Only $450 down FHA.

Is $21,000. Call 3725393. 462-1173. ONE-I BR turn. apt. with privateent. Mon'hly payments only $81 00 per month.
Also a 2 BR apt with air
$100 per mo. . $3.33 per day HORSE FANCIERSWill FARMSRANCHESACREAGE RURAL PROPERTIES conditioner. Walking dist. to Hope"H" I
town. Call FR 25514.
like this 3 acres outside cf = $15,000Three
City limits. in exclusive section. ROBERTS C. SMITH REALTORU.S. FURNISHED Apt. for rent $55 per GDlJllllllmlllllllBlHHmemnnUIIDnlllllllUD Inc.
House is modern In constructionwith Hwy. 441 Mlcanopy. Fla. mo. Water turn. Call FR 21823or
I CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR large sleeping area. Guest Ph. 466-3120 FR 23794. 1 1115 NW 40th Drive bedroom two bath Sherwood model, 1200

cottage.place. Living room with fire. NICELY furnished convenient | 3 Br.2Bath We Trade Homesor I square feet of modern living space. Only $100 down
$30,000. Call at
us 3725373.
downtown area. $75. Also garage I g We must sacrifice this VA or $450 FHA. Monthly payments of approximately

i SUN RENTAL WANT ADS HOME apt. air conditioned. $90. Adults I, s -Our inventory is too Property $91.00 per unit complete.
PASTURE only no Store.pets. Inquire Lillian'sMusic s much-We will toke I ID1III1IIIIIU1111I1IIIIIIIIIIIIJIU

t S',4 acres fenced. Two bedroom $750 for
house. Deep well. Price Is S12- CLEAN 4 room apartment. Closeto g our equity. $12,250
I <
150.CO and can be financed. BUYERS shopping. 609 N.E. 6th St. H You assume $17.000 I
I Phone FR 21391. $65 per month. = Approximate mortgage.
The following are ready for 02 I Our best buy at a popular Three bedroomone
GLADYS SMITH 1 BR. living room. large patio, s Hurry to take advantage
; 35 Houses for Sal* 35 Houses For Sole walk-In closets. large built In | of this. occupancy. bath home. new and distinctively different at $400

REALTORAssociates GUIDEby kitchen. Phone FR 2-3826. down FHA. 100x100 lot with trees, $74,00 a month

Ii I will the colors In this 1'i mile North of Sperry Plant : NICE 1 BR furnished apt. Private 1 1115 NE 5th St. 3707 N.W. 2lit PI. total payments. Newly clean and ready for a family.
YOU 3 BR Itt like bath home. If you practically new 2 BR. home with Anna Hmson Florence Burns The James Co. bath & entrance. Hot & cold H 3Br.2BathOur 4 BR. 2 bath, $650 down. e All city services, walk to elementary and Junior High
I don't owner will change 'em. Best full tile bath on 1 1/3 acre shadedlot. Caroline Noyes Ben Griffin water furnished.. $50 per mo. Loss Your Gain SI 05 mo. schools.All .
$7,000. Phone 376-4294 after 3pm. Member Multiple Listing The James Co. of Gainesville Phone 2 9704 or 21995. g $
r buy at $13,730. Fenced yard WW g -Our inventory must of these homes are located on N.W. 39th Street,
Carpets and drapes. Call FR 2. ARMY Officer transferred must Inc.. Builders of Kings- UTILITIES FURNISHED close In. 1442 Nt 16th PI. $
3734 or see at 719 N.W. 19th Lane. sell 3 BR. 2 bath Fla. room. berry Homes for this area will 2 rooms private bath off-street H be lowered We willis 3 BR. iv* bath. $350 down. N.W. 13th and 14th Place and are readily acces-
FOR SALE BY OWNER 4 BR 2 In N. W. Near School. 15500. be happy to answer any ques- parking, no pets 15 SW 2nd PI.McCOY'S take $750 for our eauig S98 per mOo sible to downtown medical center, VA Hospital, and
bath Fla.
; BRICK HOME. fenced wooded lot. Ig. rrru utility area tions might have concern
you ------ nearby shopping center.
Negotiate You
equity. FR 25043. $13,600
separate living rm. dining rm. ty. assume
t 1 1 4 BR 2 bath Ig. living rm.. ing home ownership. You mightbe 2024 NE 16th Terr.
Fla. Rm.. & screened porch. kitChen. wall to wall carpeting In 3 BEDROOM home. extra large one of those people that s (Approx mortgage -
Elect. kitchen cent. heat & air living rm.. glass sliding door rooms hardwood floors. N.E. sec now owns a home but found m Hurry! We must sell 3 BR 2 bath. $350 down. $93. 02 WHY PAY RENT?
cond. Many extras Including leading to 16' x If patio. fencedin tlon. Large shady lot. FR 6- that it is now Inadequate. per week.
I swim club membership. NE sec. back yard. 1325 NE 12th Ter. 5556. this Is the case. a call to The Macoma Homes, now I
tion. Reasonable down payment. $19.500. 2 BR. CCB. terrazzo floors. tiled James Co. could very well CIIII1II11U1IIMW1IIII11flIIIIH1IIIIIIIII1IIIIM! 3330 & 3320 Sales Office N.W. 39th Ter. in Palm View
S123 mOo Call FR 25953 solve problems. By this is
per bath. furnished your NW 30th Ave.
3 blks. from Finley school. 3 BR. or
evenings. 1 bath. dining rm. screened Small down payment with pay. we mean trading in your present Sale very attractive 3- = FOR RENT 3 BR 1 bath. $500 dn $79.50 I
I IDYLEWILD Owner leavingmust porch garage. 16600. 1735 NW ments of $55 per mo. Cal FR 6- home. bedroom 1-bath home. 4617E. l24SE7thSt.3BR.1 per mOo
I .. University Ave.; walking Bath Estates.BUTLER
7th PI. FR 28553.TEMPTING
sell this lovely home. 3 BR. 2
There are a number ques-
distance to Lake Forest 1 Year Lease $95 !per Mo.lh111Illl1llMflh11lI11IlluhIllh1IIflIfflflhIttlllIliU 4617 SE 1st PI.
Bath Fla. Rm.. ent. hall dining BUY STUDENT sacrificing 2 bedroom tions that we can answer con- Schools. Price $12,500. $500 BROTHERS
Rm.. dbl. carport. oak floors CCB home. Including 2nd P1.
Partly furnished. cerning trading. We feel that 4518 & 4608 SE
air-cond. central heat. 3 Bedroom 2 bath. kitchen built. down and $79.50 per month. !
draperies In, appl. and washing mach. by talking with us you can 3 BR. 1 bath $400 dn. $68 02
family room. central heat and Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoyJr.
fenced bade yard. $21500 withf 11 minutes from Univ.. few pick a suitable floor plan and oer mo. 02
air conditioning. Fen ced backyard Day FR 6-7290. nights FR
I 500 down. Call 2-9026. *.Outside city limits., Priced blocks to grade school. Ig lot. exterior design that will suit 6-5015. Office corner N. Main I Norwood 303 SE 38th St.
$7.500. 4117N.W, nth St. FR 2. needs. from our Phone FR
many 2-9545 FR 6-9048
$450 DOWN. very reasonably. Located '394StN 4635 After 5:3D. your and 23rd Blvd.WATCH. 304 & 314 SE 39th St. dairy: nights
I bedrooms and Z" battft. tentrat .W.: 34th Street phone fR. 6- plans that we keep on hand.
3 BR, 1 bath. $400 dn. $64 02
heat screened porch hnd'l6rgefamily .296'1_ ..: -} RENT or sale. easy terms. 2 BR. A call to the James Co. will I Hope g
f room, beautifully landscaped CB steel roof deep well Vi acre. get all the facts about any permo.
with back yard fenced 3 BR. family rm. home. Treed 20 mm. Gainesville. Phone 446- type financing. any questions 3236 NW 29th Ave.
I near schools and shopping. $15,000 lot. Uttlewood Westwood dist. _3224, Mlcanopy. you might have without any FOR I "H" Inc. 3 BR, 2 bath. $650 dn $98
411 N. W. 34th Drive. Call anytime Top shape. Avail. Aug. 51 S.1 00. obligations on your part. IMPORTANTANNOUNCEMENT permo. 5
Satisfactory financing. 527 NW 35th 38 Real Estate
Wanted We Trade Homes
I Ralph Realtor St. Ph. 3760417. We have lots available In
most any section of town for Cooperative apartments to
\ FOSSEY 2 BR Home corner lot. West Park TEACHER wants to buy 3 11 you to choose from. be built in Gainesville. For es or Property 3301 & 3311 YOU
; Dick Robinson-Associate area. Reasonable payments. Ideal bedroom country home with Information call FR 62921or NW 30th Ave.
Ph. 376-1159 for young couple. Available by acreage or home In nice older Jimmy Womeldurf and Gene write: IIIIIIIIIII IIIm IUI/Ul11II11III1Q1II/ 4 BR, 2. bath. $600 dn. $91 02
11 W. University Ave. June 1st. See at 1031 N.W. 55th section of town. Send
details to Paramore have over 30 years P. O. Box 13956 ALL OUR HOMES ARES per mo.
"Selling Florida Since 1906" Ter FR 6-1351. I
j box 424-M Gainesville Sun. combined experience In the Gainesville. Fla. OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY -
construction of homes. By care- e SEEING ANYTIME IF
ful supervision by Jim and University Park YOU WILL JUST CALL. 3224 NW 30th Ave. B CAN BUYA
Gene. it will enable you as the so 1123 SE. 4th STREET 3 BR. 2 bath, $550 dn. $86
SERVICES homeowner to get more home Apts. i FR 6-5301 or FR 6-7989 permo.
for your money and certainly 2
tion to be beyond compare.By .

I Home And Business have great Kingsberry building a opportunity great home primarily advantage we for feel you and the we as You can profit by his mistake Bath 3- Home edroom With, 2

the purchaser to pick design
and floor plans that are created -
Auto Glass PlumbingSEWER by some of the country's built-in gas or electric
I leading architects.If I3liL

AUTO GLASS Is our only busi INSTALLEDNEW you desire complete Infor oven and for as
ness. Immediate Installation; & used fixtures. complete nation call The James Co. and -I range
free pickup & delivery. Add plumbing service "BIG" JIM we will be happy to come to _
beauty & value to HUCULEY Gainesville Plumb- home and spend any little
your car. your as $86.03
f mo.
MAULDIN'S AUTO GLASS CO. _Ing FR 2-1589. amount of time necessary to per
__32J N W. 6th St. FR 4-2S58 explain The James Co. systemof -i
UpholsteryUPHOLSTER home ownership. (including ins. and )
BulldozingSMALL eswe. ___ ______
your furniture at we can secure FHA. VA andseieral
reasonable prices. Call Sally. different types of con
bulldozer loader. dump Experienced FR 6-9888. ventional financing.Let minimum FHA down.
j trucks fill dirt. lime rode. Top

soil. Phone 3727846. RemodelingDO us mention a few of _

BULLDOZERS & Dragline, Back the Homes that are either under i
hoe. wheel tractors motor YOU NEED. Florida room. extra construction- or in the NOTHING DOWN V.A.
grader. Free estimates. W. G. room more room. roof work. planning stage.4Bedroom .
_(Buck Johnson. FR 6-6219 or maybe a complete new tlomet ($100 Closing Costs)
For a free estimate. & guaran- 3 full tile baths _
Concrete teed work phone Carl C. with over 2300 Sq. Ft. living
Waters 372-8049 area. You must see this hometo
CONCRETE finishing. Walks, appreciate It. We will tradeon It has all these features
drives, Machine this one.2Bedroom..
patios slabs and shuffle Sewing Repairs

_mates board.. etc.Call. expertly 372-3884. done.anytime Est CALL-SEWING MACHINE SER 1V4 bath with found in the most expensive
VICE CO. 815 W. University hardwood floors located on
Ave. 376-1075. We repair all well shaded lot. Small down-
Landscaping Mak -s. Work fully guaranteed payment. FHA.Construction Kirkpatrick '& Pierson home :

Appliance Repair & LANDSCAPE SERVICE to start soon on
Grass Sod-Garden Main-Nursery Alignment 5 V. A. 3-4-Bedrooms homesin __ _
Air Conditioning stock of all kinds.CREVASSE'S Brake Service N.E. Gainesville. Call now 4 dows"*.- rn'ng' fiberglass Insulation certified. .tumtnum wIn-
NURSERY and make all color selections.All c- ,. Central heating optional central adequate -
Landscape Co. these will be brick veneer. wiring for all future needs modern'eathedrsTbeam ceilIngs -
A-I HANDYMAN SHOP FR 6-2514 for free estimate. SPECIALON We have 40 lots on 39th Ave. television! wire built-in telephone outlets In muter
First In air conditioning and Ap. famous nationally known Mohawk 100'x276'. Pick a lot and house bedroom and kitchen spacious storage areas Wolmanized
pllance repairs. We sell guaranteed Mortgage BrokerFHA 50% on tires new .tires.. See Save our up new to plan to suit you. He tried to sell his house himself- pressure treated lumber foldaway closet doors full land-
seeping and
washers. refrigerators. etc. spot sodded lawns paved streets curbs. and
wrap around retread that gives
FR and conventional at lowest Now under construction- gutters full concrete driveways storm drainage city sewer-
more mileage & traction. Lati-
60267.WE current rates. Terms to 25 mr Tire Co. 621 N Main, Bedroom 2 baths with 1453 age double stainless steel sinks gas or electric Tappan
FIX IT years. will gladly discuss at no Sq. Ft. floor area double carport C without the help of a Realtor built In oven and range range hood with fan and filter .
Any type appliance electrical obligation. Call tomorrow.J. on shaded 100x276' lot. Will safety edge Formica cabinet tops custom built-in cabinets .
\ work or gasoline engine repairs W. KIRKPATRICK Realtor Tree Service; trade on this one. WalMTex vinyl paper In kitchens and baths colored bathroomtile
done Immediately and economi 31 N. MaIn St. Ph. FR 2-8494
A-1 TREE SERVICE and fixtures built-In vanities In all baths Morn Dial-
cally.BUTLER Pick up &and SONS delivery. FRED B. ARNOLD Pruning demossing. bracing & eablelng You face five dangers when you 5. handle the complicated negotiations. Cet tub and shower fixtures PLUS free membership In
resident-restricted Swim Club and Community Center.
I SERVICE CENTER REALTORFHA & tree removal. Cavl t ywork
AND try to sell your house yourself. 6. the find financing.
153 NW 6th St. 376-2866 CONVENTIONALLOANS & tree feeding. Lawn service help buyer
I and maintenance. Licensed I You may: 7.take care of the bothersome de
'1 REFRIGERATORS. electric ranges. 121f W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 & Insured. Free estimates. Troy I 1. not know the market. tails. Visit Our Model At
and washing machines repaired Thames. 376-2940. Jack Hoov e r. 2. be harassed by curiosity seekers. To sell your house quicker Today
I and serviced. One day service. 18 MORTGAGE MONEY 4 -3482. Gainesville, Fla. 3. have to cope with bargain hunters.
years experience. C. A. Bohannon. 5V4 per cent interest. Terms to 4. neglect your job to play salesman. and for its fair market value, look

I 1960 N.E. 23rd Blvd. FR 6-4169. BUY 25 years.- BUILD REFINANCECall TRUCK HAULING 5. expose your family to perils from for this seal of your Realtor. Only Highland Court Manor
I strangers. a Realtor may display it.
& MOVING A Realtor-a professional in real
As R&towe ready/will
Dan Byrd are
4 t Appraisal Service 825 NW 13 SL Ph. FR 11511 ANY type hauling large or small 'I I For More Information estate--will: I ng. and able to put our contacts
Call 1.help the set a fair
done Immediately. courteously, i you owner to
i GLADYS Smith Realtor. FHA and economically. BUTLER & market price. knowledge and experience
1 FRED ARNOLD and conventional loans. Low SONS SERVICE CENTER. 135S : TheJames 2.suggest highlights that make your work' for you in selling your
rates. Terms to 25 years. 1228 house most saleable. house. .
I I REALTOR NW 6th St. 37 -286& Call us or -
REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL W. Univ. Ave. 3723393.FORDYCE 3.find Just the right family. in ::\. ASS
4. make a skilled sales presentation. stop any time
SERVICE and Associates. Inc. ?
Well Drilling Co. : :
im W. UNIV. AVE. PH 372-3522 Conventional and F.H.A. I 0 ens.
See Gainesville Board of Realtors Special
I Cal 376-1236. Grace Fordyce WALLACE BURCH WELL DRILLING -
I Auto Equipment Realtor. Fordyca & Associates. Of Gainesville. Inc. Section in Sunday May 24th Special Section J! .
Inc. 924 West University Avenue Work at Fair Prices. I
1 Quality Builder of Kingsberry in the Gainesville Sun.National. BUILDERS AND DEVELOPERS
2 to 6' Wells. '4

HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuilt & PAINTING Call 372- S9a. OFFICE Homes PHONE Realtor o; : fJ'0 Sales Office NE 23rd Blvd. & 11th

exchanged; Repair kits for WINDOW CLEANING 372-2527 \('\ Terr.
Walker Jacks. Factory authorized WANTED: Painting. Free es- J
It Walker Hydraulic Jack timates. No job too small. WINDOWS cleaned. floors cleaned NIGHTS & HOLIDAYS Week May 24301!
I S rvlc Agent. HULL'S BRAKE and waxed. houses washed. 10 372-7401 Phone 372-3471
SERVICE & SUPPLY 1314 S. Work guaranteed. Phone yrs. experience. Free estimates.
t Main FR 2-1497 FR 2-5630. Phone FR 2-5955.


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1) Friday, May 22, 1964 Gainesville Sun 19

'' 49 Rooms for Rent 64 Household Goods 66 Misc. For Sal -

\\ .1 CLASSIFICATION 'i E'XI'II ] Printed Pattern 72 Office Equipment 73 Musical Merchandise 77 Mobile Homes for Sale

LOVELY Ig. corner room In FREEZER CHEST TYPE. Guar. BEAUTIFUL, colorful mounted
adult home with dbl. bed. nice anteed. Can deliver. $57.50. sailfish. 6'2". By Al Pfleguer. GAINESVILLE'S largest volume office SPINET PIANO to transfer to FEDERAL QUALITY HOMES
I 3 big desk with swivel chair. Closein. Refrigerator service In your Miami. Fla. Only $165. The Tackle supply dealer, Chesnut's good local home. Simply assume 4820 NW 13th St. 441 South
ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE I 372-2296. 1318 N.W. 7th Rd. home. No service charge on re Box. 1490 Hawthorne Rd. Office Equipment Co. Invites you small payments. We'll transfer Gainesville 372-5113
i 'II 1 In Memomm NICE rooms for rent. 1607 N.W. pairs. Wanted refrigerators and WESTINGHOUSE washing machine. to come In and shop orcall for and fully guarantee Write for Hours t to t. Sunday 11 to 7
\ tCard.tTMk1 <1 Wanted U B.* E 12th Road. Phone FR 2..4<]72 or freezers needing repair. FR 2-1330. Westinghouse stove. 1953 4dr free delivery,. Chesnufs Office details and Inspection Credit Service Is a must with us.
CJ Machinery Teela Equipment Co.. 106 W. Only, Mgr. 105 Dodd S.. Rome, Ceor.Ola. .
r 3 Lost FewU FR 4-6083. USED 40" GE Range $49.50 1 Chrysler piece t>f lake front property
E 4 Pranallicd Services C3 BUdlng Materials == Easy Spinner on Long Pond. front footage ._._Ave. In Downtown Gainesville. .
1 decorated Washer 49.50
NICELY furnished newly WYATTTrailer
1 i =_= ft Travel Inform&tloaS E3 4 household Goods 5 room for career girl. Share bath West. dryer 39.50 100', depth 3W. Phone. FR- 6-4278 WURLITZER :
L C Special NUceS Antiques after 5:00 P.M. 73 Musical Merchandise
3i West. Refrig.
l 7 Florist 68 HIM. F.r Sal* == with one girl. Limited kitchen 49.50 .America's Na. 1 piano and
privileges. Phone 376-5426. West Laundromat 40.00 furniture. Single bed are at Earl's Piano Co.ainesvllle'l .
= t Baby Sitters. CM.!! Car C1 Trading P. U USED (10 organs SalesHome
Easy Com. Wash Dry 95.00 ORGAN SALEOf
Upholstered chair $8. Recliner exclusive Wurlrt-
Te G An< 68 Article Wanted NICELY furnished room. Maid
g 1 I Thine Places T* SeaJ.UTOMOTIVE* 69 Fad On & Woods == service. Parking space. Reasonable HICKS RADIO & APPLIANCE chair $5. Phone FR 6-9431 326 Christmas Left overs. AB zer Dealer, '702 W. University
;. Boats Marine Eqmip. rates. 210 E. Univ. Phone S.W. 12th St.CLOSE. new organs. Savings up to 30 Ave. Phone 372-2222- Pacemaker Mobile Homes
71 Camp Hint. FUht per cent. Earl's Piano Co. and Airstream
I Office Equipment E FR 6-7423. 66 Misc .For Sale. t1Thk7/ OUT SALEOn !o21. Univ. Ave. 372-2222 PRACTICE PIANO SALE Shasta Travel Trailer
3 ?. Airplane Salo-Bentali 73 Musical Merchandise IN private home. nice clean fur Wallpaper. 98c a Roll WURLITZER Upright pianos. some as Is. some Cola's First Mobile Home
s 77 BlobUe Homes for Sale nished room for reliable gentleman HARPER PAINT CO. piano. Queen Mahogany spinet factory rebuilt priced from $25 Dealer Since 1948
H '* Truck for Sal no drinking. Phone 6- ADMIRAL II cubic Ft. Refrigerator 10 S.W. 7th St. 372-4366 Ann style. $450. and up. Grldley Music Co.. 1923: Silver Springs Blvd. :
S 79 Track Wanted 5047. frost free. Good. $45. Eng PIANO. good condition, $100. C a II Gainesville Shopping Center. FR Phone 629-1358
e g 80 TraeUrt & Truck Rentals REAL ESTATE FOR SALE IS3 CLOSE-IN clean. cool. maid serv- lish Bike, Loaded $16. FR 2- FOR SALE Carol Estates Swim FR 2-2487 after 6:00 P.M. I 2-5353. Ocala Fla.
I g *t Trailer Rentals 3075. Club Membership. New member
H tt Met.rcJdea Scooter Lei. for Sale S ice daily. use of phone. reason- ships costs $200 wilt sell mine I
I g 8t A.Um.bll* RepaIrs 31 Waterfront Property able. Melvin U Smith 622 N.E. ALL CHANNEL T. V. antenna :i if.Wi for $175. Phone 376-4911.
35 flOsses For Sale 2nd St. 6-1423. Double stack complete. Nothing r6i
S ES AutomobIles for Sal "
NEW clothes for 11 fashion dolls
g 88 Swap Car 36 Collates For Sale $35 PER "" 0. Large corner room i else to buy. $15. Brants. Vi retail price. Many unusual de We ere prepared
N.W. 8th Avenue.
37 Real Estate Exchanged and office room. cross ventilation signs. Must see to appreciate.
1 EDUCATIONAL S8 Real Estate Wanted best part of City. 321 N.E. DOWLING'S UPHOLSTERY 1004 NE 5th Ave. FR 2-6S12.

'I S 11 s hoU IndractloaU 39 40 Oat Business of Town Properties Property i 88 3rd St.51.A. Chairs. low as S3. No money GE apt. size refrigerator late to talk dicker trade bargain

= Mufcle. Dtcetnf.H 41 Residential Income down low as $5 per month. model $50 or best offer. Call ,
20 Wanted-InstraettoB Free estimates pickup and delivery
376-1128 after 5:00 P.M.
4t Farms
I '' I EMPLOYMENT 43 Colored Property Jk Acreage- Rentals I Wonted To Rent teed. Phone service.376-7784.All work guaran THWARTED LOVERc. give-and-take haggle deal

I' 43-1 Colored Property Sales ; c. registered diamond white
g 11 Work Wanted Male FURN. 2 or 3 BR house or equally TRADE your costly to operate gold ring set. Marquise. Orig.
. g 1< Work Wanted Female RENTALS large apartment for Sept. 1. ELECTRIC water heater and price $375 will sell for $275. Call
I 3 14 Sale Help Wanted Call Roger Hatten 376-9361 or $43 for a new glasslined GAS 6-1128 after 5. and negotiate.
I a IS Help Mile or Female 41 Cottages For Red John Hundley 372-9128. water heater. Much more hot 1.k/Q' ouef
RCA PORTABLE record player &
3 U Mile Help Wanted 43 Furnished Apt. 5 water at about half the cost with
t !g DramaticS 46 Unfurnished &pts. MEDICAL STUDENT desires room OUR LP GAS. PROPANE. leather case.Call 45 speed. .Good con- Come in. Take look at
11 Female Help Wanted 47 flosses for Rent Fira. 58 In private home within walking ARCHER ROAD. FR 6-5110. dition. $25. 3761131.IF on a our
distance of J. Hillis Miller Medical -
: 4< Boxes for Bent Co/urn. is SOMEONE IN _YOUR FAMILYIs
! | FARMS LIVESTOCK 49 Room for Rent E Center. Must be availableby HOOVER and KENMORE home I hard of hearing encoura g e
June 15th. Will lease for en- floor polishers excellent
M Hotel Roems him to enjoy the benefit of a hear-
H r e term Equipment 5
tire year. Write rates & addressto ing condition. $11.50 ea. PLAT-
= 27 Feed Fertilizer SI MUe. Rental 58
Ter.. S. Miami
6610 SW 75th FORM
; ROCKER $12.50. 376-4640.
I i H .28 LUe&toelt Sapplict CIA Wanted To Rent 58 Fla. ING MAIN .R.E.A.M.P.U.F.F.SCreampuffl
I == :t Landscaping Top Soil 5? Boarder Wanted 5 NEW and used chain saws lawnmowers STREET. OR PHONE FR 6-0095.
.J S saret & Supplies 53 Office Desk Space 58 STEREO Optigon. Victorian Love- edgers tampers. light
. ; g 21 Livestock WantedFINANCIAL 51 Business Rental 58 Seat and other furnishings appropriate plants. cable. Wisconsin Briggs TRADE-IN SALE
to this period. Call & Stratton new and used mo
i I SERVICE I Florida Players 6-3261 ext. 2671 tors. Rental sales and service. 1 Ejna Freearm $60 ? ThotV a used car without the second-hand headaches.
. or 2-1713 after 5-00 P.M. Meyers Power Tools. 230 NE 1 Singer Featherweight $65
m 5 I Business Opportunities ::: Special Services M
g 57 Money U Lisa 33; nome Improvements = 16th Ave. Phone 376-3411.<< 1 New Home Rotary $45 Mainly we're in business to sell new Pontiocs. But people trade in all kinds of

= S* Mortgages 24 RadIi A TT Service g 54 Business RentalsAIR AIR CONDITIONER Coldspot. 12.- 1 Pfaff Model 16 $62 cars for Pontiacs and we find ourselves with all kinds of used cars on our hands.
I g Uaner WantedPtiiiittiiiiiiitmmtimmmmmiiiiiftmiimimimtiitntin 15 Appliance A FurniturelRIttUW88358llS8i0ll0li58flBfltttttllllttmrnuiu=g 500 BTU 250 volts. excellent condition 2 Singer Portables $19

.. :: !! CONDITIONED hurst,Trailer$150. See Park.at Lot 63 Pine- 1 Singer Automatic $85 The really good ones, we'll renovate rehabilitate and resell. The "heaps"never
----- NEARLY new modem office or 1 Domestic Console $80 even get close to our used car lot.
location at 3733 West Univ. Ave. 'SOFABED. One owner boughtnew : SIZES ;
I 45 Furnished Apts. 47 Houses for Rent Furn. Ph. FR 6-2472 Weseman Realty. 10 years ago. Now $13. ., 9317 I Necch! Console .$119
1113 N. Main St. Phone FR 2-8297 after 5 p.m. 4sIn Used Buttonhole We don't sell any car. new or used that can't pass our l -ponr! safety and
't SMALL apart... private batn and entrance 2 BR furnished Douse, no pels rides around in usd sell.That's .
weekdays or all day Sat. & Sun. Attachments performance check. After all. our reputation every car we
,I util. and linens furru. suitable $70 per mo. 3037 SW ArcherRd. GARAGE space tor rent. 613 S.W. 11rcsI11i6r, $5
for quiet student or career FR 2-5433. 2nd St. Call John Merrill. Real- 12' ALUM. John. boat & motor SEWING I MACHINE I
worthwhile automobiles used lot. We're
girl. Car necessary. $10 per week.i tor. FR 2-1494. $200; camping trailer $150; utilIty why you only find on our car
Available 22nd. Call 376-5159 2 STORY 3 bedroom 2 bath fur- trailer 4x7', $75; camp stove. Gloria specialists, know.In .
May you
zyrzsa thirty
i I .. nished house. 1005 SW 13th St. 1000 ft. warehouse space or busi- lanterns misc. furniture. tools. seven SERVICE CO.
after 6:30 PM. $125 per month. Phone FR 6- ness in the 200 block S.W. 5th & Classifieds friday creompuffs.
camera equipment. See John LOOK LEANER see how both 815 W. Univ. Ave.
1 FURNISHEDapartment for rent 3472. St. $50 per mo. Call 6-2441 or
airconditioning 6-2930 Mr. Haynes or call 2-4060 Teter. SW 3rd St. Alachua eve- playsuit and skirt emphasize a 376-1075 '
for two
t I ce ::1oh : ing, u I II. 2 BR. 4221 S.W. 44th St. $95. Mr. Mizell. nings. Sat & Sun. figure-narrowing side line. You'll 64 TEMPEST 61 CHEVROLETLeMans
furnished. Phone 2-8433 or 6-4173. Call FR 2-3417 USED refrigerator gas range and also like longer JPkorts, slight sleeve ODDS & ENDS SALE
I McKINNEY GREEN. INC. FOR LEASE OR SALE. Use as 55000. BTU oil effect. Monday Automatic transmission. radio.
heater with fan. Only-Begins at 10:00 A.M. coupe. 4 door sedan. Automatic transmission radio
EFFICIENCY apartment. private offices or retail business. Vt blk. Heater almost Printed Pattern 9317: Women's Studio heater air console 3500 miles.
AVAILABLE about June 1st. Furn. new. Phone 376- couch, roll-a-way bed. conditioning only heater, extra clean.
bath and entrance. Very clean. 3 BR 2 bath home. Ig. screened from Univ. Ave. behind Colonial 7781. Sizes 34<<, 36. 38. 40. 42. 44. 44. 43. chairs. tables period furniture
I Adults. 7C8 E. Univ. Ave. Plaza. Call 372-3695. Size 36 playsuit skirt 5Va
porch. carport. fenced backyard THE best costs less if you tr>atwater 35-inch. antiques stroller car seat. T.V.. $3495 $1495
with shade trees. Good Hi-Fl. bikes picture frames. self-
CLEAN, 2 BR. upstairs apartment large electrically. Find out how
II i near Campus. $90 per mOo neighborhood. Close to high school 56 Business Opportunities to replace it and get cash divi- FIFTY CENTS In coins for this propelled lawn mower $45 used
, Phone 23329.DUPLEX & U of F. $150 per mo. Phone I dends. pattern add 15 cents for each 3 times. Everything In perfect ----
Call Fuilgas. Philgas --- --- --
your pattern for first-class mailing and
j 376-7768 for appt. condition. TOO MANY OTHER 63 CHEVROLET
2 BR furnished apt. Gas EXCELLENT downtown Sincla I r Distributor. 376-5392. special handling. Send to Marian ITEMS TO LIST. ALL BAR. '61 FORD
for cooking & heating. Cold CLOSE In. 2 bedroom furnished Service Station -open and doIng EXCELLENT condition double bed Martin. Gainesville Sun Pattern GAINS Residence 3420 N.W. Impala super sport. Automatic transmission
water furn. Private front & back house. 403 S.E. 2nd St. Call 372- business will lease to responsible with bookcase headboard and Dept. 232 West 18th St., New 21st Place.
bucket seats.
radio heater V-8, steering.
entrance. Phone FR 2-4400. 1806 I 1185. party with adequa t e foam rubber mattress. Reasonable York 11. N.Y. Print plainly NAME power Ranch wagon. Moor standard transmission. 6
I NE 18th Place. VERY CLEAN 2 BR house. own capital. Sinclair Refining Co. price. phone 2-0568. ADDRESS with ZONE SIZE and ROUND OAK table with 6 chairs 1 owner. extra clean. cyl.

I ROOMY I BR living room, kit- 'I ers have gone North until Nov. __Phone FR 6-0222 or 2-6512. STYLE NUMBER. washstand.seat with 2 chairs.Empire Wicker style chaise love
chenette, private bath & private 1st. Very good deal for right : 12 LANE BOWLING ALLEY On W. Colman 95,000 BTU forced air heat YOUR FREE PATTERN IS lounge. Reupholstered 2-p 1 e c e $2795 $1095
entrance. No pets. Apt. 208. 204 family. Phone 376-2892. :1 Univ. Ave. for lease. Opportunity ing unit. New ignition transform READY ideas- choose In It from SPRING-250 design sectional. Mahogany bedroom ____ _
NE 5th Ave. Ph. 6-0266. SALE. TRADE. RENT. Furn. Un- for the right man to get In er. Excellent condition. $100 cash. SUMMER Pattern Catalog lust suite with twin beds. Other house _
I TWO Bedroom Trailer. $60; one furo* 3 BR. Fla. Rm. Breakfast' the bowling alley business with a 3721228. out Dresses sportswear coats hold items. Nearly-Nu-Furnlture 64 GMC I
I bedroom. $48. On 5 acres. Adults Rm. garage fine location. 725 6-2641 small amount of capital. Call FR UPRIGHT piano excellent condi. more Send 50 cents now. Shop.! 314 N.W. 8th Avenue. FR condition60 CHEVROLETImpala
only. Sorry, no pets. 4611 N.W. __N.E. 7th Terr. 372-8223. Baaum. Haynes.or FR 6-2930. Ask for Mr. tion. $200; T.V. Set. $25; Radio- 6-4892. Suburban factory brass hat car, air I

) 6th St. Call 2-9838. FURNISHED 3 bedroom home. Phonograph. JIO. 303 NW 36th St. STORK LINE crib. in good condition ing power steering power brakes white walls.radio. 4 door sedan. Automatic transmission,
Clean. nice neighborhood. or call 6-2355. 66 Misc. For SaleBUYER'S with Simmons mattress heater.
I 1 BEDROOM furnished duplex. $105 61 Wanted to Buy power steering power brakes. radio heater
Newly decorated. $50 month. 17 Mo. 1732 N.E. 21st Place. Ph. OIL $30; upholstered bedroom chair. air conditioning.
N.E. 13th St. Phone FR 2-0374. _376-1873. 6-4402 McDonald. DRUM. stand 20 gal. S5; maple bookcase $5. Phone $3 695
oil. $10; $80 screen tent CLOSE OUTS. Have new 372-5887.
2 BR 1st floor furnished apt. large 3 I BR $75 per mo. & 5 rm. $30. WANTED: waTer cooler must be $1695
$40 oil heater Emersonair merchandise daily. Special Extra -
I rooms. screened porch. clean. Go Archer Rd. to Tobacco Barn. priced reasonable and in good ; ;
freshly painted. sprayed monthlyfor turn left over RR tracks. go to working condition. Call 372-8441, conditioner needs re- Discount Prices. Always wel- 70 Boats-Marine Equip. 'PONTIAC
pests. Water furnished. $60 1st rd.. turn left. go V* mile. ext. 20 8-5 weekdays. poi i r. Phone 372-9725 come. DIXIE MILLS SUPER _
DISCOUNTS. 19 S.W. 1st Avenue. 14' LONESTAR
W. Fiberglass.: New
I per mo. Phone FR 6-5883. Hunt. CASH for your used furniture. refrigerators after 5. I 25 H.P. Electric start generator Star Chief Sedan. Automatic transmission V-8, '
REDWOOD APTS. 4401 S.W. 13th FOR RENT 2 BR house furnished. stoves TVs clothing I SIMMONS HIDE.A.BED. slip covered motor. Gator tilt trailer. $695. radio. heater. power steering. power brakes 60 HILLMAN I ;
20 SE 48th etc. FR 2-3937. William's Chrome dinette set and 4 chairs grey frezze upholstery like
St. New air conditioned 1 BR St. Call GR 5-5743 FR 23241. air conditioning. 1 owner. I
: apts. water furn. $90 per mo. after 5:30 P.M. Service Center, Hawthorne Road. with turquoise cover, S25. 906 I new. $90. 2 ,pair gold drapes. door. Radio', heater. '
N.E. 20th Avenue.PATIORAMA ;: length 54", $8 pair FR 6-7978 1962 20 fishing boat equipped With
Call FR 6-0427 or 2-6723. $2595'
; VERY nice clean 2 BR. furnished 62 Machinery Tools I after 5:00 P.M. Bait Well anchors and compass. $495
YOUNG COUPLE or aged couple house near Archer Rd. 5 minute sliding doors. complete marine toilet. 40 H.P. Evinrude
,. preferred. but no children or drive to Health Center. $95 per 6 x 6'8", heavy type ana- 41 LADIES cotton uniforms. reg. electric start outboard. Call FR _

pest Upstairs apt. Available now. mo. 372-2316. TWO' A-6 Casecombines with and dized drapes.aluminum.One 10'Traverse traverse rod rod, 298. all colors (No white). closing 2-4837 after 5:00 P.M. '62 BUICK --- --- -

Call 6-6512. SMALL 2 bedroom block house near motors. both for $500. Call or left draw. Phone 376-5085. out $1.29. 14 Fiberglass boat, trailer & 21 '
1 BEDROOM. completely furnish- Campus. Adults only. Call FR 6- write Eugene Haufler. Rt. 3. Boy's and girl's knit tennis shirts h.p. Scott motor with many ex Special 9 passenger station wagon. Automatictransmission 61 VOLKSWAGEN
FRIGIDAIRE electric full $1.89. size 10 through 18. 49
ed. upstairs or downstairs. near 6549. Box 217 B. Gainesville. FR 6- range. reg. tras. $500 cash. Phone 372-0786. radio heater.
size with and
warmer oven deep cents.
shopping center. See at 612 NW. FOR RENT Modern one bedroom 3336. cooler, good condition $60; four DIXIE MILLS SUPER DISCOUNT BOAT. tilt trailer. 30 HP motor. 2 door. Radio, heater.
10th Ave. or phone 6-3549. $75 : house. completely furnished. Ideal kitchen bar stools. $3; small 19 S.W. 1st Avenue Electric start controls. Accessor. $1995 I
per mo. for couple. Nice tree shaded lawn 64 Household Goods formica desk $10; Stauffer Pos- ies. plywood const. Perfect cond. $1195
1 2 BR furnished apart. with porch. with privacy and close to downtown ture-Rest reducing lounge cost SEWING MACHINE Looks $500. FR 6-6895 after 5. _
1964 Automatic
I Zig Zag.
Near University. See at 411 N.W. and University. Only $65 $150. will sell for $75. Call daily '
I lith St. or call 2-4447. $55 per 2840.a month. Phone FR 2-2357 or 6- T-A-G APPLIANCESTested after 5 P.M. or weekends 376- and fancy sews stitches like with new. drop Makes in 25'No.Criscraft C-10-062 cabin power cruiser.with Cris hull 61 FORDRanch

mo. 42 and Guaranteed 2348. cams button holes. sews on craft KL-105 engine In first class Automatic transmission radio, '61 VOLKSWAGEN
Refrigerators wagon.
i 3 ROOM furnished apt. nice & ONE bedroom house. $65 per 9 Ranges from from $39$39 up ONE hide-a-bed end tables and buttons blind hems. overcasts condition. Price 2500. Boat docked heater power steering power brakes air con- .
clean. For married couples on ma. Phone 2-1529. 17 Washers from $19 up coffee table. one large wing- raw edges. darns & mends. at Old Clay Landing Suwan- ditioning. Sunroof. Radio. heater.
ly. Adults. no pets. Rent rea 8 Dryers up backed chair. Inquire 1817 N.W. Only $58.12 or 7 payments at nee River near Camp Azalea
sonable. Call 376-7844. 2 BR, liv. rm., kit.-dm. rm. comb.. 2 from $49 up 12th Ter. $8.55. Call 372-2051. test cruise by arrangement. Call $1195

1 EFFICIENCY apt. private en- nice neighborhood. couple or 1 2 Food.Freezers Dishwashers from from$49$99 up up 30 GALLON. glass-lined. gas water CLEAN your rugs & upholstery with Archer 495-2402 495-2121 during day or $1595
Child. 2106 S.E. 46th Ter. at night.
trance & bath. Lights & hot water 10 TV Sets from $35 up heater. In good condition. Call amazing Lustre Foam. Use our
furnished. Summer student per mOo 6-0609. JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. 2-2903 after 5:00 P.M. or week- applicator free. Call Home Beautiful -
preferred. Ph. FR 6-5824. 2 BEDROOM. 5 room apartmentN.W. 419 NW 8th AvePh. 372-5303 ends. Reasonable price. Furniture. 1703 N. Main St.r GAINESVILLEAUTO

3 NICELY furnished apts. for rent. 7th Ter. Available June T-:= =- tsj__ PONTIACPONTIAC
\1 1-1 BR apt. 2-2 BR apts. 503 1st. Seen by appointment. $75 SALES TROPICAL
Month. Phone FR 6-3825.
NE 4th Ave. SUITABLE upstairs apartment for 1007 N. Main St.

; 2 ROOM.. very one bath.quiet garage neighborhood.apartment I' boys.Street.or Call a family.6-6512.317 N.W. 2nd r II Phone FR 2.6313 -. GMC TRUCK CENTER

suitable for one person or cou- BRA D Northcentral Florida's

pie. Call FR 6-1730. 2 house.BR furnished$70 per air mo. conditioned Call 372- LargestIndependent 302 N.W. 8th AVE. FR 2-2583

TWO bedroom furnlsned apt. 6934 or 6-6217. Dealer
near Univ. & Alachua General -
Hospital. Ph. FR 6-7955. Gainesville ONE bedroom house with enclosed "':,:,:. --- .
or write R. T. Stroud P. O. porch and nice yard. Garage. -
Box 365. St. Augustine. 409 NW 15th Ave. Ph. 372-8690.

I BR. furnished apt.. water fur- : 1
nished. 4123: NW 12th Tedr... $60 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. NEW 1964RAMBLER C .
; per mo. Call 376-2641 or 376-2930

NICE ask for downstairs Mr. Haynes.efficiency apt.. FORDYCE RENTALSCall SELLING THEIR CARSWHOLESALE !

to find the
our agency
close In. Util. & antenna. Ideal
house you wish. Many listed.
for working man or woman.
Also apartments furnished.
531 SE 2nd Pi. 22582.
INC. i
i GARDENAPARTMENTS _926 W. Univ. 376-1236

UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom house.
$70 month. Unfurnished 2 bed-
$57 per month upGainesville's room house. $60 month. Furnished

; Finest 6-7466.duplex apt.. $90 month. FR -- sedan I TO WIN NATIONAL CONTEST'BRAND I

6-passenger at
I Furnished or unfurnished HOUSE for rent. See house 2400
Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart blk. Hawthorne Rd. 2 BR $40 before -
I ment. 309 NE 9th St. Phone 376- monthly. Medium standard house. never price. I NEW .

9608. Call FR 22840. to rent. ACT NOW! !

MALE Roommate wanted to share 2 BR duplex. unfurnished. Located I FALCON
apartment. Call FR 2-3748 eve- at 1823 NW 7th St. No pets. Ij j -
nings. Couple preferred. $80 per mo.
LARGE modern. clean. I bedroom 810 E. Univ. Ave.

I aoart... $75 per mo. CallF FOR RENT OR SALE 3 Bedroom. -
R 25625.1BEDROOM. 2 bath. central heat. built-in
stove. Call 485-3811 after 3 p.m. iIs .

furnished. For garace rent at apartment 309 S.E. 2 BR. unfurn. house with stove. $17 63 iiL_ _iI'G -_ _
9th St. $50 month. FR 6-2441 or large yard quiet street, $65 per _
-6-2930 Mr. Haynes. mo. Phone 2-3329.

1 BR trailer $45 per mo. No pets. LEASE or SALE. Proto moving.
__Utilltirt furn. FR 25633. 3 Br. 2 bath. Hardwood floors. I

1 BR, 1226Vi N.W. 8th St., $65. double garage. Ig. wooded lot. 6 Passenger Station!
1 BR 419 N.W. 2nd Ave.. $55. Faculty neighbors. 3436 S.W. V
EFF.. 419 N.W. 2nd Ave.. $45. I 20th St. Wagon at never _______ Self Adjusting
1 BR, 3505 N.W. 17th St.. $65. : _______
kitchen. __
3 BR. 1 Bath. complete __ Brakes
2 BR. 1010'i W. Univ. Ave.. $75. before price. _______

i; Realtors McKINNEY-GREEN.FR INC.2-3617 ters.near Restaurant.schools For information FR and 2-4690.shopping; Manaro's cen- Act NowDELIVERED ______________ $ Chang 6,000-mile Oil :

TWO BEDROOM DUPLEX 1917 3 BR house at 1311 NE 14th Terr. : iPECIAL 36,000-me!! :
NW 36th Avenue. $52 per month.FR Stove & refrigerator $115 per Lubrication
2-4224. mo. Phone FR 6-2472. Weteman I and :
Oil Filter
ONE bedroom air-conditioned apart- Realty. i
ment upstairs. $75 per mo. Phone Air Cleaner :

373-1529. RENTALSWe I. HO But Our Trading Policy Is :
1BR apt. for rent. complete! have many attractive rentalsin $2038
furnished. $45 per mo. Lights & houses. turn and unturn. Call
water 2ndlt.furnished. See at 301 NW MARY MOELLER. REALTOR The Next Best Thing To It : I

k 1019 W. Unitf. FR 6-447
3 students I I
NICE 2 BR apartment.
or couples., Now. or June 1st 2 BR. in house Nil with section.2 screened Good porches condi-- j AT RIDGWAY MOTORS-Plus Tax Cr Tag. Talk to any Shaw & Keeter customer (there's probably one near you right now) Let him tell

_Will 495-2321.--- for one year. 62721or tion.mo. Phone Water FR furnished.6-3268. ext.$75 2523.per I Ridgway Motors has put their entire inventory on special sale! you how little it takes to own a new Ford, T-B ird or Mustang. When you hear HOW little,

SMALL furnished cottage also 1 J& BEDROOM. House unfurnished If you have been thinking about a new car, j you'll think he bought it WHOLESALE. It's not true. Our trading policy is the secret. It guarantees -

2 BR trailer Court. 2330 for rent.E. Univ.Moore'sTrail"r Ave. 4141 stove N.W.refrigerator 13th St.and$70 heater.month. I this is your chance to save big!! you the best money can buy! .

376-8164. \
FR t-j41. 6-2938 Mr. Haynes. I .

21st Ave. $50 per mo.
__small Ter. child.Couples Ph.or FR couple 2-1576. with 4136. I. BRAND NEW '64 FAIRLANE BRAND NEW '64 FULL-SIZE FORD .

CLEAN 2 bedroom house. kitchen I '61 PONTIAC Bonneville '60 RAMBLER Station Wagon,
46 Unfurnished Aprs. furnished. 138 SW 9th St. sao I $1996 $175 $2096 $175
month. University Realty. FR 2- I automatic transmission. radio, overdrive, radio heater extra
heater steering. power : :
TWO bedroom duplex. kitchen 1110 NW 40th Ave. 3 BR. CCB i clean . _ $995
equipped. $85 per month. home separate dining rm.. car. I brakes. extra nice, low price.
See at 4166 NW 6th St. front porch. Near Stephen
TWO bedroom apt available Im- port.Foster. $80 per mOo 376-5920. $1895 '59 PLYMOUTH 9-passenger i MOTOR

mediately; stove lower and refrig.level situated of duplex UNFURNISHED bedroom. 2 bath house kitchen for rent.equipped 3. I '63 FORD Fairlane 4-door sedan Station Wagon, automatic trans SHAW & KEETER COMPANY

about 3 blks. off campus. 1105 2110 N.E. 12th
large yard.
i automatic transmission radio
NW 4th Ave. $SO per. mo. Phone Ter. 372-6450. mission, radio, heater, powersteering

FR 6-5871. heater .. . . . $1995 Northcentral :
CLEAN. quiet. 3 BR. 1 bath home $795 i Serving "Satisfied Customers -
I NEW1BR duplex apt.. kitchen I . . . '-
I equipped. $60 per month on a I I near clem school. $100 per mo. I Florida Since 1924 / -, Our Most Important Asset"PHONE
515 N.W. 36th Ave. Phone '
year's lease. Ph. 376-S372 days. 2-8989'1 63 RAMBLER Classic 4-door automatic i -F
376-7327 evenings. MODERN. 3 BR IVj bath. air-con-' I . .
d it waned with large screened I transmission, radio, air- I ,

LARGE Stove 2 refrig.BR ground fc Venetian floor blinds apt. I with porch, washer-dryer carport and utility connections.room conditioning. Extra nice $2095 II I I

furnished. lOll SW 8th Ave. $75 at 601 N.W. 36th Ter.. S125 per ONE WEEK SPECIAL I
per mo. Call 376-2641 or 6-2930 mo. Call FR j-1476 or FR 6-2735. II
ask for Mr. Haynes. '62 RAMBLER Super 4-door automatic I

DESIRABLE well located 2 BR 49 Rooms For Rent '
duplex apt. with utility appliances ,transrr. >issi.on, .r.odio i 59 MERCURY 4-door, auto-

furnished. Avail. June 12th. Rental heater. Nice $1495 matic transmission jrodio i .
. ,0
$85 basis. No
monthly yearly NICE downstairs rooms closein. ,

children. pets or students. 815 private entrance. off-street heater . . $795
NW 13th St. Phone FR 65323or parking. 531 SE 2nd PL Ph. FR ;
FR 6-6833. 22582.. 61 FORD Falcon 2doorextra, t

47 Houses for Rent Furn. LARGE clean. cool room. access sharp, heater . . $945 .59 RAMBLER Station Wagon i
to shower & refrigerator. Linens automatic transmission radio .
& maid service weekly. FR 2- .
ON LAKE GENEVA 2 bedroom. 1185 or M981. 416 NE 2nd Ave. '61 RAMBLER 4-door, American, heater . . $795

large Florida COZY single room front. corner
year. Mathewson room.Manor.month Call or window awning well furnished heater: . . $995 _ _ _ _
CR 5-2530. gentleman only. 231 SE 2nd St.. ,
near post office. : -
2 BEDROOM duplex at 2016 S.E. x Mdnopy
"2nd Place. Corner 21st St. House NICE room, also small efficiency. 2- OPEN TIL 9

VERY open.nice.Call 2 FR bedroom 6-4236. CCB. ea beds.screened bachelors.private porch.N.W. FR S5S entrance 2-0779.Mo.,1 bath.or J RIDGY/AY MOTOR CO. I FR 6-5371 Archer MON.. thru FRI.

port and front porch. Furnished

school including and automatic shopping washer.center. Near$110 JARGE: rent single room or for double.men. twin Showers beds. 1132 S. MAIN ST. FR 2-8433 Ii 238 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA r

month. 3i| N.W. 20th Ave. Phone refrigerator. Call 2-1981. 416 N.E. .'
3773039. 2nd Ave. I



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I 77 Mobile Homes for Sale : 77 Mobile Homes for Sale 77 Mobile Homes for Sale 77 Mobile Homes for Sale 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE I 85 Automobiles for Sale 85 Automobiles for Sato

SPECIAL THIS WEEK I 8 x 37- New Moon house tnilier.I CORVAIR 1964 RENAULT 2,000 miles $1195. JEEP station wagon for sale
Monza ]
10 Wide used mobile home, I Must sell by Aug. Excellent .buy.421A 1951 11 X HICKS 30' cabana.trailer Air 8 x conditioned 4T. with BELIEVE IT with radio heater 16, white equipped side 63 Comet .................... $1395 motor lust rebuilt. Call 4852881.
l lot. $2895. 1 Mile S.' of I Very reasonable. Write box ..................
large wall tires. 8,000 actual miles. 61 Renault
Gainesville 3 BR furnished. Phone 3767317. 51 VW 2 door radio heater, tan
t Paynes Prairie.. For appointment coO OR NOTSave Assume payments small equI- 63 Renault ................... $795 $795. Shaw & Keeter, 238 W. Uni- I Largest Stock of New Car
call FR 6.3052.ADVERTISE ty. Will consider older
NOW SHOWING car for 1960 Vouxhall $350
WE BUY 1964 MOBILE HOMES $600 10 x 44 2 BR furnished equity. Call owner at 372-8441, 1962 Ford Galaxie .......... 1495 versity Ave. Phone 372-05C3
IN THE USED MOBILE HOMESTop 2 and 3 bedrooms, all Floor only $3195. $350.40 down ext. 33 8-5 weekdays. Phone 372-3407 or FR 2-0245. '61 VW Convertible, radio, heater,
SERVICE DIRECTORY dollar paid, phone 376-0511. Plans. Terms tailored to meet $54.09 per month. black yellow body $1,145. I I Trade-ins In GainesvilleSee
your budget. Drive a little and Over 50 models to choose from DODGE Station Wagon 1954. 2-door, MUST SELL Pontiac Catalina 1963 Shaw :.oPc' 238 W. University -
i save a lot at TRAILER MARTHWY. auto. trans.. R & H, VCor- factory air-conditioning, power- Ave. Phone 377-0503 .1
CONNOLLY net, good condition., new paint, steering power brakes R & H
328-1050 $265. Call 63145. I Our One Owner Cars
i Mobile Home Sales. Inc. 17 PHONE $2.500. Call 25457. 86 SWAP CARS
2 Miles North en U. S. 441 SUNDAYS 1 TO 6 '
1 DODGE 57 Royal 4-Dr.. AT PS, 1961 PEUGEOT 403. excellent con-
Phone 422-8164 EAST PALATKA. FLORIDA Alrcond.needs some minor re dition, 1 owner. $999 or best 1957 Oldsmobile 88 In
WILL trade
1i It's Closed Sundays pair, 465. Joe Boone. 6-0222 or offer. Call FR 2-5953 evenings. excellent condition, with premiumtires Today I
i Yes! True! TWO bedroom Douse trailer $900, TRAILER for sale with 10 x 15 61..7.DODCE. for Jeep in like condition. L
bedroom house trailer $750. cabana. Located In Glenw 0 0 d RED 1960 Alpine new paint lob. Phone 7441 Cedar Key.
Can be rented. Phone 376-6234 Trailer Park, Lot 19. Price $1. STATION WAGON '61, wire wheels good condition.
NO FLIMFLAMNO Monday to Friday 9 to 5. 000. Call FR 6-4627. good S54.24 condition per,mo.take Call up paymentsof 6-8153 or Phone 376-7824 after 5 P.M. 87 Automobiles Wonter Open 8 a.m. Till 9 p.m.

FOR SALE newly redecorated 2 BR, 61510. KARMAN GHIA 1958 Excellent
I trailer & cabana. $600. Owner 78 TRUCKS FOR SALE condition. Phone FR 2-6545 2120 CARS WANTED, 1950-54 Fords !tf
leaving state, must sell Immedi- FORD 1954 4 dr., auto trans., ex- S.W. Archer Road. Private Owner. & Chevrolets. Al Herndon ServIce For Your Shopping
GIMMICKS! ately. Archer ReL Trailer Village, a. TON 1956 Ford PicKup, enclosed cellent condition. 24,000 actual Station 916 SE 4th St.
lot 16. J. Chaftec. steel bed, price 450. Call 376- 8304.miles. New tires. 475. Call 372- EXTRA clean cars $95 to 5595.
1964 FLEETWOOD 57 X 10, 3 BR, 2978. 91 day 50-50 guarantee. No down
$380 down. Take over paymentsof 1956 and 1957 Ford pickups. Ex- HILLMAN convertible, 1958 Minx payment, small weekly or monthly Value Rated I Convenience
New 1964 CMC Pickups $70.83 per mo. James H. cellent cond. throughout. Will sell in good condition. $450 Call FR payments. H & H Motors,
J Brown Waldo. 4681755. either on*. FR 3724904. 2-9702. 1636 SE 3rd Ave. Phone 372-3749. Used Cars !

23 years in Mobile Homes Busi- Mercury Monteray, 1959 4-door se 1964 4-door air-cond. CHEVY II I
ness. Deals & Service to satisfy 80 Tractors & Truck Rentals dan. Air conditioned radio heater Nova. This car is one month BCrG MOTOR CO. J 60 FORD 778
you. Special attention given to white side walls. Exceptionally old and is being offered at $450
$175 DOWN U of F students. Butts Mobile clean. Reasonable. FR 2-1313. below lowest available Gainesville Cadillac Oldsmobile Station wagon.
Homes. Inc., across from Gainesville RENT a truck one-way anywherein 1224 E. Univ. Ave. price. Call FR 6-995 daysor
United Rent- 2001 NW 13th St.
Livestock Market. 441 Northat the USA. from 372.5032 evenings
city limits. 3768361. Alls. 625 NW 8th Ave. FR 62835. MERCURY, 1955, Station wagon. 62 CHRYSLER $19784door.
$ 11 I Radio, heater, automatic trans- 1960 RAMBLER deluxe six. 22.500
SHADY Nook Trailer Court. We 83 Motorcycles & Scooters mission. Good tires. Good condi- actual miles by original owner.
56 Per Month have Installed sewer system. Can I II tion. 1 owner. 372-2340. Needs minor body work, other- DODGEDARTDODGETRUCKS fully equipped & air conditioned.
accommodate trailers with wash- i wise perfect. Reasonable. Movingto i
ers. We are expanding, I large I CRUISAIRE '60 or Lambretta '63. MGA. 1958 Top condition, like Calif. & must sell. Call C. H. 63 MONZA 1978
spaces. Available by reservationsonly. I, Mechanically excellent good I new interior. Call FR 2-3056 aft Marlowe FR 2-1369 after 5 P.M.

Including: License tag, state sales tax, life 3101 S.W. 34th St. or transportation Univ. ext. 2355.Call FR 2.8 426 I er 7:30 P.M.PLYMOUTH 1961. 2-door sedan, V- SACRIFICE reconditioned, air-condi-1954 POOLE-GABLE 4-speed 110 engine. Radio & heater.
Chrysler. power
Only 3 left at CLOSE-OUT PRICES i
insurance, and finance charges. SAVE to $1,500 8, AT, heater, 4 new W-W tires. tioning new tires. Call 3764547 119 SE First Are.
BANK FINANCINGNEW 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS I Whte with black interior. $900 or after 5 p.m. I 372-4343 57 BUICK 278
10' wide mobile homes equity and take up payments.Mr.
Tropical Pontiac Town & Country Trailer Sales I SPECIAL auto painting 529.9$. Automotive -I Edgar L. Wight 4621173. 4-door. Fully equipped.
3860 S.W. Archer Rd. FR 22290.IT'S repairs and tuneup. RENAULT DAUPHINE 1959. Good COOPER I
Miller & Sons, 732 N.W. 1st St. condition- reasonable price. Call *
t FOOLISH Phone 3720080. 3768614. AUTO TRIM I AIR 63 FORD 1978Goloxie
CMC Truck Center I
to pay more. RECKLESS to AIR CONDITIONING, Tune up VALIANT 1963, clean WW tires, BOAT TOP & SEATS I
302 NW 8th Ave. FR 2-2583 pay less. GET THE REAL Special, $2.50 for performancetest. automatic, V-200. Small equity or REPAIRED CONDITIONINGon sedan. Fully equipped.
FACTS. Payments low MADE I
as as All makes and models. older car and assume payments.Call .
J57.29 per month with $300 down. Hawes Powers Motor Co., Air FR 2-3813 after 5:30 or FR 2031 NW 6th St. I 60 CHEVROLET 578V8.

..... -. - I I LAKE GENEVA Conditioning Servicing Center. 6-3162 in afternoon and ask for 376-4661 i
6 _. -- -- ---- q -- Mobile Homes Sales 204 N. Main St.. Phone FR 2- Bob both places. 5 I V8. Radio and heater.
Rt. 100 SE Keystone Hts Fla. 2561.
BRING out the best In your car.
I Superior Auto painting & body FOR THE CORRECT I 55 DODGE 178
work. Fast
dependable service:

LOAVt! LOOK! I i free BODY pickup WORKS, delivery.2031 NW WRIGHT'S 6th St. TIME Comets and Mercurys 4-door automatic trans., radio & heater.

FR 6-9707. FR 2-1411 Limited Time Only
1960 FORD V-8, 2-door, WSW. R & 63 BUICK 2278
NO OFFICIALHADA H. A. T. New shocks. Brakes, Courtesy Of CRANE LINCOLN-
DOWN PAYMENT arid$875. tune Phone up.372-7204.Good condition. University Chevrolet MERCURYCall Special, convertible. Fully equipped.

57 OLDSMOBILE2dr. 1961 CONSUL all extras, excellent N. Main St. at 16th Ave. 372-4251 For Info. 61 FORD
Hardtop _??..? $9 wk. condition, $600. Phone 3728907. I $878
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57 MERCURY4dr. l i Radio and heater.
Like new ............ $8 wk. r i

Extra nice .......... $8 wk.
I 56 FORK : Automatic trans., radio & heater.
2-dr. Hardtop ?..?..... $8 wk. READY FOR THAT VACATION TRIP I

4-dr. Like new _...._ $8 wk. I II
59 FORD I i Sport coupe fully equipped & air cond.

4-dr.: Real nice ._........ $8 wk. d 60 IMPALA
;I 51278Fully
57 DODGE .
Station wagon ..?:._.... $8 wk. !I PRICE : equipped.
57 FORD i i 1
Station wagon ............ $8 wk. i II 63 CHEVY II $2078
Big Pulp Wood Truck $8 wk. Sedan De Ville. Factory Air. White. Low
63 CADILLAC mileage. One Owner. On factory $ I Station wagon, fully equipped.

I I warranty. List new about $6800..T !I I 62 FORD 51978

15 MORE TO CHOOSE FROM! !I Sedan 6 with trans. 13,600
SALEI / O CHEVROLET I.mpala. auto I Galaxie 500 hardtop, fully equipped.
COLEMAN MOTORS 00 miles. One owner. $n I II I
302 NW 8th Are. FR 6-1451 I In factory warranty. . . . . . . . JLV3 CHEVROLET 5973

OPEN TILL 8 a lfR A AM7A Coupe. 4 speed standard shift. Bucket seats. Kingswood station wagon equipped.--

.. I lYlUmLA I :
.--- I Barkley DO 15,200 miles. One owner. $1QQC I 6 3 C'HEVRO.LET$1978.

---- - Price Price In factory warranty. . . . . . . . I 7/3 4-door sedan.

1MJ CHEVROLET Impala, 4- tr\ O Nova Sedan. Auto trans. White and 62 VOLVO

HAWESPOWERSMOTOR I $2805 d hardtop, power, automatic steering, transmission radio-, 2595 OO CHEVY JL gold. One owner. In factory warranty. $1995 i I Extra sharp. 51378

heater Air. Factory Warranty.
CO. I > 193 FORD, 4-door hardtop, au tt) CADILLAC Sedan De Ville. Factory air. Fully equipped. Sold 62 COMET
2785 to. Trans radio, heater, power ojii 2495 OJL & serviced by B & G. Just the car $O7HC 1478
steering Factory Air. 4-to choose
New car sales have been terrific, were loaded with from. i for that trip to_ the World's OVD__ + 4-door VB, automatic, radio & heater.

locally owned trade-ins. Completely reconditioned and I $'27'I 5 1963.FORD, automatic convertible transmis-, powersteering 2395 Sedan. Factory air One owner. t 62 THUNDERBIRD 2978
r ready to go. sion car., Factory radio, heater Warranty., 10,000 mile CADILLAC Excellent . . . . . 3495 I Fully equipped and air conditioned.

SMITTY SAYSIf I $2655 1963 ,PLYMOUTH, 2-door hardtop, $2598 98 Htop. Sedan Factory air y I 58
Fury Automatic transmission 62 $378
don't like low prices OLDSMOBILE 2595
you our power steering, radio, heater,
Fully equipped. . . .
MAKE US AN OFFER I 10.000 mile car. 4-door. extra clean, radio & heater.
$ 1963 PLYMOUTH door sedan, $
2355 radio i heater automatic trans- 2295 62 PONTIAC Bonneville. Htop. Factory air. Electric $2495 I 60 PONTIAC ?1578
mission, power steering Factory 1 windows & seat. Solid vinyl seats. .
li m Alirir Super Sport. Radio, heater, Warranty. 10,000 Mile Car. Bonneville station
air condo
UT A /I m VIlC ma Mm* automatic trans$3095 I I $'2640f2170 1963 hardtop CHEVROLET, radio, heater, Impala., automatic 2-door 2595 Al CA' DILtAC I Sedan De VlleFactory air. Fully equipped, one 61 wagon

mission, power steering. transmission. Power steering. owner car. Jet black. Jnspect thisone $2995 CADILLAC 2678

( / Galaxie "500" 4 door hard- 1962 CHEVROLET, I Impala, 4- to see what a remarkable value a used Cadillac can be. Convertible, fully equipped.

O4 FORD Automatic transmission, door, sedan, automatic trans 2095
top. mission, power steering, radio, Super 88 Htop sedan Outstanding 11 61 VOLKSWAGEN 1178

power steering, power brakes, $QflQS heater, air conditioning. 6 T OLDS condition. . : . . . $1895 Sunroof.
air conditioning. . . . Like new.
1610 -
1941 CORVAIR, Monza. 4speed. 1595
I ft\ Fury 4 door hardtop. Radio, Radio, heater. Al PONTIAC Station wagon Factory air, power brakes. LOCQ-I !o i I OLDSMOBILE 2778

00 PLY heater, automatic one owner. This is a very nice

transmission, air conditioning. $2795 $'885 1959 door CHEVROLET hardtop. 6 cylinder!Bel ,Air.stand 4- $ 795 I station wagon. . . . . . . . . $1995 Fully equipped, air conditioned.
ard transmission, radio, heater. 60
Kombi. Like new, $ I MONZA 1278

63 VW 8000 miles. . 1473 $ Spotless.
--- -- $1 1 095 INI COMET 4-door sedan stand- )1045 I GW i! equipped.

/\L O I 11 AMD III ALA AI A Super ing, automatic Sports. Power transmission steer-- 1963 ard transmission.CHEVROLET Impala 4- II WARRANT" rr::! "v' t S cAAs',t : 62 VALIANT 978

radio, heater. $OAQC 2680 door sion. sedan, standard transmisWEEK 2595 1 YEAR GOOD : _Excellent condition.63PONTIAC .

17,000 miles. . . . . AU7JIri I t Most of U.S. & Canada $2478

4-doc.r station wagon power I : I
0 PLY steering, brakes automatic fully equipped.
transmission. Radio, heater END i! 61 ENGLISH FORD Consol edan f595 I 59 IMPALA
$1295 i I $1178
: . Economy . . .
Air. . . .
I 4-door. hardtop, fully equipped &
ne.aTcna'r.795 air.
Ilt\ -door wagon Automatic 1957 FORD Extra 1 Galaxie. Htop sedan. Factory air $1 A Air i
Oil FALCON transmission, radio, i U I & power steering . . . . . I L V3Al !I 59 FORD 77l

heater, 17,500 miles. $| ryir sLow 4-door, fully
2-dor V-8 $ equipped.TRUCKS.
Real Sharp. . . . . i 34 J 1957 FORD ; dT'ran 595 q! RAMBLER American Two door sedan. Stick shift. Qf> r i
U I mileage. Good mileage. . O73Lf
4-door sedan. Automatic
transmission, $1/J1C[ 4-door sedan. Auto. ; \ Selection of models. Fleetwoods, Sedan De

radio heater. Clean car. . . I 443 1 1956 fljrfvHCV Transmission. 6 $' : OU CADILLAC Ville, & Regular models. $* OOr I I II

4-door. Radio, $ cylinder. Local owner. Cream Puff. 695 : Priced from .. . . . . . . . . | 773 Ii i I Ii
Valiant, 1095f ) I 63
62 heater. . I I Station I II i FORD 1478

// \ Ijrif Impala, 4-door. Automatictransmisisan . .. 60 CHEVROLET With Stick'Sift . . . $1195 i I I Vi-ton pickup. VS. automatic.
VlltY --- : "
$1195 FORD
radio heater, air. . . . 59 CADILLAC Sedan De Yille. Factory air. $ 51578ton ,

Power auto- Fully equipped . . . . 1 995 !/ pickup. Econoline.
/ FuiT'

3V PLY matic transmission, $745 I 59 OLDSMOBILE Super 88 Htop sedan. I,i 63 FORD $1578

radio heater. V-8 . . . 1195
I Factory air. .. . . . -ton Ranchero.
y 4 -door, stari Power i iI I
*Jl PONTIAC steering, $ vi 59 CHRYSLER New Yorker Htop coupe. $1 1095CO I 61 FORD $1278

power brakes. Radio, heater air. 1095 I ; Factory air. Reduced! . . !-ton pickup.

/ry 4-door, automatic transmission, i 403 Sedan. Sun roof. About 28 miles i 60
37 Radio, heater, power $>! OC _J7___ per gallon on highway. . . I 5973
steering. 1 owner. . . . 4 V 3JPrr _'/ -ton pickup.

/37 FORD S dan. Automatic transmis- I 1964 FIAT $lf99 .1 58' OLDS 98 Reduced convertible.. .Loaded.. . . . . . $595 63 CHEVROLET 51578
sion radio
heater. __
$495 Corvoir
Real nice carr . . . . 2 DOOR Sedan. I panel.
58 PLYMOUTH $395
/ JT 2-door, hardtop, automatic ; EXCHANGE WITH i Air conditioner.; . . . ,
33 transmission.radio SEDAN ANY CAR DRIVENON I Fleetwood

heater. $395 TO OUR LOT 57 CADILLAC Air itioned. . . . . 895 USED Bring us the deals
Real Clean. . . . . others
Features at NO additional Cost ; Bel Air convertible. : turn down.
56 CHEVROLET $495 We don't
Standard Shift. V8. . . meetCompetition.
Hawes-Powers I Bucket seats heater defroster dual electric windshield wipers. _- .
windshield washers self cancelling turn signals, undercoating, 55 PONTIAC Convertible. v-8 $! ,

I Auto trans. . . ... . . 250CO WMAKE It
safety belt anchors leatherette upholstery bumper guards. __ 'vy of lie OK Sig.

(front & rear) courtesy lights ashtrays emergency tool kit. I Good, dependable
Motor Co. BUICK
I 195
J ) transportation. . . . . . .

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'.. 61 VW Sedan. Ruby red. 63 FORD J
This car is a solid vehicle J XL500 4 door. Radio, heater, power steering,
t with many miles of eco- air conditioning.i Automatic i transmission. Solid i S2 895 :>' 63 VW S1645 63 BUICK S3895
. nomical.transportation.. .. ....$1095 remaining g white . . . . . . . . : .J "
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59 VW Karman Ghia con- 63 FORD Y r
vertible. Black with red interior Galaxie 4 door. Radio, heater, power steering, ; 59 HEY $1395f
and white top. Me- air conditioning, automatic transmission, white t2 495 62 VW 1495
chanically perfect. A good and green . . . . . . '.' l I Imp. Convertible AT V-8, Rrt H. PS.wsw
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62 FORD 63 FORD $2895
60 VW Sedan. Dark green. ; $
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We have sold serviced this one it new since.and Fairlane' 4 door VS. Radio, air conditioning, \ 1645 i ... i 59 FIAT 195 Convertible. V-8. AT PS UH
Immaculate condition. automatic transmission, solid white. . . HIPP--J
I $995 I JOHNNY 600. 2-dr. 62 Caddy s3895

59 VW Sedan. One owner. t ;.>< r} $ ,
Station V8, steering, I 63 VW PS H
wagon. power power
Excellent condition. $895 brakes, radio, heater, air conditioning, auto- S 1995 '
. 57 VW Sedan. Coral Red. matic transmission. Green . . . .. I'. "0 t/ ,; ; 8-pass. wagon, S.OOOmi. R & H,w.w62vertcii v As22'95
: Radio. A clean $695
car. 61 FORD J'<: "0'.>.' ,' 'Ima.Convert1-. AT PS, R & H, 1OOQ miles
61 VW Station Wagon. 3 4 door V8, Galaxie.I Radio, heater, power steering t I I t ' full seats. Runs and looks air conditioning, automatic transmission, '>* 63 1-Bird $3995
good ......... .$1395 solid white. . . . . . . . 1 S4S i: 4-dr.
Convertible AT,AC. PS. R & H
62 PORSCHE super 90. .t 'J i"Ji.'S2395
White with red interior 63 ( 62 FaIco1695
Blaupunkt radio headrest. 4 door Hardtop. Radio, heater, power steering, _
Only 12.544 miles. $3595 power brakes, power windows, air conditioning, S 1995 R.A. "Friendly Bob" Adams Convertible AT R & H, wsw Station wagon.AT, R& H
automatic transmission. Solid blue. . . M

Miller 4 door, VS. Radio, heater, power steering air tA + U
e conditioning automatic transmission. White } 1. We sell more-save you Get any other dealers offer to trade. John
Brown I and blue. . . . . . ... . J jf 95 r guarantees to beat the deal. Make, model,
2. 24 hr. financing, immediatemore delivery year and condition being equal. Why not
't 1030 E. a 60 FORD Auto
Univ. Ave. save hundreds of dollars at Gainesville
FR 2-3582 w.-. s 'Fairlane "500" 4 door. Automatic transmission, 3. No money down-100% financing on many cars. IFjj) Sa I es.
''tester, steering, air White S
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: I MELTON MOTORSDouble i 4 door. Heater air conditioning. Solid white. $995 1: "Ji ; : 62 C'Y AIR $1295. 61 ER( $1895

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Used Cars I 59 MERCURY 1 62conve'b i 195
4 door Hardtop. Power steering, power brakes, t. ,, S9 (HEV $1095
air: conditioning, radio, heater, automatic trans- \;Sw't '
'59 FORD mission. . . . . . . . S845 7"t ii\l; Greenhriar wgn. 4-speed R & H
alaxle 4 door sedan solidhilt
Bel.air.4.dr.sedan.V-8.0-Drive.R & H
clean.$895 58 FORD ';.." '.-' L4 fORD S3324
Leon "LL" Stanley S6 DODGE S495
Gal.' 500.
xloor hardtop 59 BUICK automatic transmission 2 door Foirlane' 500". Radio. .. . .. .. I 95 (-
power steering power : FORDPSS95

brakes air $995 conditioning. ,:a.x ; 55CHEV $595 011 _
A..lid.d.. sedan, htr.
", 57 BUICKConvertible automatic trans. '63 FORD 1/2 ton pickup BeJ.AI..V-B.AT.R6H
HEY S595'
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mission power power '
brakes clean. 62 FORD econoline pickup
$595 '62 FORD Econoline Van, heater 60 (HEV $1 095
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I 62 FORD Vz ton V8. Radio, heater,automatic transmission ai .
'58 BUICK trans '61 FORD Econoline pickup Biscayne 2dr. 6 cyl. Std.......,h... wsw 56 FOR D $395
2 mission door hardtop power automatic steering power I '61 FORD 1/2 ton 6 cylinder -- -
brakes. '60 FORD 6 cylinder 1/2! ton W., A. "Little, Billy"Tuten 4-dr. custom AT R ft H
$545 ) ,W'F.>JI>x -- 63 (HEY $2495
N r _! 63 Fa Icon t 1495
56 GMC j a.. R .i Imp. C P.. R6 H. std.trans.V-8
pick up automatic transmission. : f
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Calories Count Start Ap.
-- Counting EDUCATION

By ALTON BLAKESLEE highly touted drug nostrums _! little. To LOSE weight calls for reducing -.r The vigorous walk costs about
and JEREMIAH STAMLER, and still keep yearning for There's another immutablefact that amount, or increas- ''I.five calories per minute. Sitting k .
is!. D. some simple, presto formula to about calories: With each ing activity to spend more and watching TV, George Live- FLORIDA'S MOST
Many a young bride sets out slim down and trim off the ex- year after age 25, our bodies calories, or a combination.By well spends only about 1% a ti .
to kill her husband. tra pounds.But need about 10 fewer caloriesper cutting calories by 700 to minute. In two hours, he spends
She does it unwittingly with day. Thus, at age 40 you ,800 a day and eating about 1,400 150 calories-easily offset, or I : IMPORTANT SINGLERESPONSIBILITY
the food she sets before him you really can lose weight I need 100 fewer per day thanat 'to l,5OG-not a starvation level more; by his snack or drink.
-too much, too good, too rich, and keep it down, by acting up- age 30; the excess is deposited -you can lose 1H pounds a With push-button, sedentary
too highly processed.The on a few fundamental physiological in the calorie fat bank.A week. In 10 weeks you can drop living we are most of us spending -
slim young bridegroom laws governing the rea George Livewell taking in I 15 pounds. Then you can go backto I far fewer calories in daily
begins to expand, another victim sons why most of us gain 100 more calories a day than the 2,250 a dayremembering activities than before.

of creeping obesity.At weight.The first immutable law is I he needs-including costs of his to make it 2,240 after your Working at a desk a man today

middle age the overweight that calories absolutely DO: physical activity or exercise next birthday. may spend only 1.6 caloriesper
the amountof in 35 days.can gain a pound, or Fashion diet in the manner minute
man-depending on your compared with four,
count. All diets that shrink off Florida
Education is most
our important single state responsibility.
his blubber-is likely to be I built the Taj Mahal; "Death in described in the preceding to six by his wife while she is
pounds are based upon a deficitof again faces a crisis in its educational at all levels. Our
two to three times more susceptible 10 pounds in a year! chapter. And don't think in actually doing housework.The programs
calories, no matter how they I in education in all services is based on
problem as
to coronary heart disease If he decides to lose 10 or 20 terms of "going on a diet. housewife used to spend
,. ," than his neighbor of normal I. are Our advertised. husbandlet'scall pounds in a few weeks time, he That implies you can quit when 240 calories scrubbing clothes, our extreme popularity. We cannot expect to continue to accommodate
weight. him new young Livewellillustrates starts out in trouble. He expectstoo you are "cured" just as you and 50 more putting them out hundreds of thousands of new citizens without adopting an
Overweight has become a national the George possi-- much, too soon. can stop taking medicine whenan on the clothesline. But today it I I approach to Government that can be flexible as the demands multi-
disease. I way many, begin men gaining Let's assume he's a big- illness passes. costs her only about 15 caloriesto ply. The state's failure to do this has caused the quality of Govern-
bly a majority
Each year we spend millionsof weight, and thus veering closer framed fellow, eating 3,000 The secret is to condition dump those clothes in the ment services to be diluted and diminished for ourselves and new
dollars, and work up anxiety, toward a premature heart at- calories a day, and liking it all, yourself to new and still pleasur- washing machine and dryer. I residents. Since there is virtually no relationship between real eSe,
. ,. and go in for frenzies of deter- tack. but it's 200 too much. By cut- able ways. The factory: worker, with machine tate'values and population increases, ad valorem taxes cannot finance -
mination, seizing upon crash George began consuming ting down to 2,800, he would stop And you can give yourself an aid, does his job on the all government operations.And .
diets, special reducing diets and tastier and more food and gaining MORE weight.By assist in losing weight, without average with a spending of
i cutting to 2.600-400 fewer going hungry, by spending more about two calories minute.'I I
calories, and it makes no
more it's time for someone to solve the problem. Hoydon Burns hasa
calories dayly he could lose calories.,A brisk IS-minute daily The coal miner in the mechanized I
difference if the come 20 time walk and above your pres- I solution to the problem that everybody knows exists but nobody
starches pounds over a year's over pits spends about four.
from proteins, ,
sugars (the way he gained it) at no ent activity, will spend. an ex- A farmer operating a tractor I does anything about. Our state can, with Haydon Burns as Governor .
fats. Any excess over
or expen-
available of for the local school e
new sources revenue
sacrifice tra 75 calories. with standard :
the great or self-pity, no a steering wheel
is banked
diture by body.
all for withdrawals boards. This can be accomplished by the state withdrawing from
the overdrastic change of habits.To You can use it burned 157 calories per hour.
He likely also gave up maintain each present from your fat-or calo- With power steering, his spend- certain sources of revenue and allowing the local government to use
of his
exercise habits
sports bachelor or days, or with promotions pound of weight-if you are in 47 days (47x75 equals 3,525. ing fell to 126 per hour, a sav- the source without increasing the already heavy burden on the individual ,

or changes in his job be- moderately active requires calories) or almost eight ing of 250 calories during eight tax payer.
auto claim service I gan working less hard physically. about 15 calories per day. pounds in a year. Or you can apply -hours' work. And that's equivalent -

-largest national Spending fewer calories, he So to maintain a desireable the extra spending to being.! to five slices of bread. 100,000 by 1970
claims network. needed fewer to hold his for- weight of, say, 150 pounds, your able to eat a bit more while By and large, we have won
Contact me today! mer weight. maintenance goal is 150 times maintaining your present nor leisure and freedom from drudg- Haydon Burns knows Florida must have a well-planned, ade
"'---"- The same thin happens to the 15, or 2,250 calories a day. I. mal weight. ery, and we treasure these quately financed university and junior college system that will afford -
117 N.E. housewife-;'hl ter spends less i boons. But we are no longer obliged a quality educational opportunity to the more than 100,000 JI

time running after her chil- ASC Awards Grants to use our muscles.A Florida students who will be seeking a higher education by 1970.
16th Avc. dren, or doing her own house- rising cost is counted in Burns feels Florida must put an end to the present calculated and

work, if she keeps consum ing To UFThree creeping fat and flabbiness, a unfair washout of one out of every three first year college students.
LF PhoneFRanklin the same amount of food. Totaling $50,000 scourge of aching backs, and This devious system is a scheme to make room for the enrollment

i A single pound of fat represents worse, a pretty good chance we impact created by the failure of the state's leadership to meet the
"banked" calories. cancer research grants der Dr. Merrill Wilcox to try are rusting our arteries.
I 3,500 honest for a college
problem. Are we going to deny an opportunity
2-0444 totaling over $50,000 have been to discover whether certain
The dismaying thing is we fat- (Tomorrow: Exercise education to one-third of all who enter the university system of
awarded to the University of chamicals used in
bank account little by
our The Heart Tonic) Burns.
Ralph TurlingtonP Paid Advertising Florida by the American Can- plants are potential Florida? NOT SO says Haydon
cer Society. ing substances.The cancer-caus-I (Condensed from "Your Heart Has
Nine Lives," published by Prentice
62IO97 The awards were a part of i third grant of $13,156 was Hall. copyright 1964 by Alton Blakeslee Maybe not all our youth can become men of science' and letters, ,
-' f1Arrlu 10 such grants totaling $243,918, I issued to conduct further stud- ). but they should have and are entitled to the opportunity of higher
STATE FARM, ... ... .
I -- -- education in the field of their best ability. Forexample, a varietyof
ies in
Ibtnl ADtBams m bil1 I smIItI t CGI1pIIIJ CJU \which were awarded to medical an attempt to produceand I
Ctfki: amiI&1Q11:miDO I I.UU"'! I 'centers, scientific laboratoriesand examine bone sarcomas ', ",< '.''r'...:h.'t.. \ technical training courses within the junior college program
I l"-"J1g. rrr .
I institutions throughout Florida (cancers) in New Zealand white I should be available to them so they can have individual opportunity
-- according to Donald S.'rabbits. This study is under the tiIp A fj J jjii j I I and can help our state meet the great expansion of Florida's industrial -

Replacement Smith, volunteer state chair- direction of Dr. William Enne- ,, rmm. 1l ,J1({ ftei' development. We need Haydon Burns as our governor, and

Guarantee with a brand man of the Society's Research king. fJ\ll ;" __ Haydon Burns needs our help and support in this campaign, so
GUARANTEE: Replaced New Conditioner within Committee. The society's largest grant, t.l, i.';r.m.'Tttc.lr.. ) 'r'. D.". 'J :, join the team and through our teamwork we can have the leader-

5 yrs. from date of sale. The University of Florid $48,120? is being transferredfrom W ijl ship all Florida needs.
MANY OTHER was given one institutional research : the Walderman Medical : :
S Yr. MODELSAVAILABLE grant of $23,000 to stim- Research Foundation, New' FOR

ulate further new scientific York, to the Applied Research VOTE .FOR FLC A'SHAYDON
ReplacementGuarantee probes in the area of cancer re Laboratories, Hialeah. /i\: NEXT
5,000 search.A There Dr. Julia Lampkin ... ,
.. .
., .;: ..: .., GOVERNOR
second grant of $15,120 > ',
TO3L500 ,Hibbard is continuing studies of .,... \
BTU went to the Florida's College,of'mice, bred to develop lymphoma ,, ;'..f t .: (P ".
REASONABLEINSTALLATION culture. This is for a study unReb a type of cancer which is ,
: m similar to acute leukemia in -- .,

..-- .c-L-.: FREE Delivery Cemetery children.Cancer research programsare \1

a part of nation wide efforts ::4: \

I = You Can Be To Close Up supported by the American : : "

Cancer Society. The Society -
!" n, On Friday makes these grants available
: 5 ure If It's through contributions from the r.S r.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP-! general public, firms indus-
Model MME057Z The Confederate section of the' tries and organizations. ;
5000 BTU's of cooling comfort W. National Cemetery in Spring- v
Weighs only 59 pounds. Installs field will be closed permanently
quickly with ZIP Kit. / :Ye
Friday following the burial of
Operates on 115 volts.7.5 amps.It y
plugs in like a lamp. Martha Ann Hadden. >

Powerful 2-Speed Fan gives She the last .
choice of comfort selections. $13995 was person eligible -
Plus: No-Rust Aluminum I for burial in the Confederate r
Wrapper, Zinc-Coated Chassis section. c
Permanent-Washable Filter. w
I Mrs. Hadden, 92, will be bur-

'fed beside her husband, Thomas arx ,
t tD Henry Hadden, a Texas cavalryman /
who 'died in 1939.

ONt Guarantee The cemetery was started
during the Civil War. Of the 501
+ :
persons originally buried there,
If Your27f
238 were killed in the Battle of

Clothes Wilson's Creek Aug. 10, 1861,
Are Not and 263 others died of woundsor
CleanerWIDE illness.It / / '

was designated as a national -
cemetery about 1911.


Back. Mustang leads the stampede the |ig Ford started This Bas Been the hottest sales year: In Ford

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