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 27, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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Nehru Dies at 74; Led India 17 Years I

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NEW DELHI India AP- ident Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. Nehru was stricken at 6:25 bassy spokesman said the Indi- ly and adamantly refused to Two other political figures 1i
Prime Minister Jawaharlal An elderly philosopher renownedin a.m. as he arose at his usual an government did not request designate a successor.A generally regarded as possible
Nehru, the aristocratic states- world academic circles, Rad hour. He died at 2 p.m.-4:30 assistance. leading candidate has been successors are Home Minister

Y l neutralism and socialism the constitution to take the minutes later. A stroke
over on Vijayalakshmi Pandit and Mrs. mannered, 5-foot-2 veteran of T. T. Krishnamachari.The .
since it became independent in government on the death of the Jan 7 had partially paralyzedhis Krishna Hutheesingh, left Bom- the ruling All India Congress Indian constitution provides
a +.WY 1947, died today after sufferinghis prime minister. But Nanda was left side but he had recov- bay by special plane for New party and a close friend of for the president, normally -
second stroke in less than quickly chosen to handle the ad- ered somewhat and in recent Delhi. Nehru. After Nehru's first a ceremonial official, to take
five months. He was 74. ministrative details. weeks had resumed his seat in stroke, he summoned Shastri, over the government on the
Home Minister G. L. Nanda, Nehru' death was attributedto Parliament.His Mrs. Pandit is governor of made him a Cabinet minister death of the prime minister.

a senior Cabinet member who a heart attack and shock. only child, Mrs. Indira Maharashtra State. without portfolio and put him in The president is Sarvepalli
'\ k'. has a reputation for getting "The prime minister is no Gandhi, wad with him when he Nehru's death urgently raiseda charge.: Radhakrishnan, an elderly phi-
things done, was sworn in as more," Steel Minister C. Sub- died. A large team of doctorswas question that has plagued India But when Nehru began recov- losopher renowned in world aca-
I acting prime minister 10 hours ramaniam told the sobbing Par- in attendance. The U.S. for years his successor. ering, Shastri was elbowed demic circles and a highly] re-
-'- after Nehru's death. liament. "Life is out. The lightis Embassy offered its medical The strong-willed prime minis- aside and his political stock spected figure in India.
II J., 1!j h. NEHRU Nanda was sworn in by Pres- out." staff and equipment, but an em- ter held the reins of power firm- dropped. (See NEHRU on Page 9).jti1iV )

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,c w :a 44 1 3 (AP) Haydon Burns, riding an anti-civil i b .
s.aa V rights tide into the Florida governor's office, said he '
hopes no sectional bitterness will linger in the wake of a.

his runoff battle with Robert King High."I .
am dedicated to the proposition that I will be the
governor of all Florida" said

\ c :- the tall, 52yearold mayor of victory. Along the northern bor-

I Jacksonville.And der of the state, adjacent to : :
he offered a hand of
t Georgia and Alabama, his mar-
-Jfr 4 '? friendship to High, 41-year-old gins ran as high as 10 to 1.
; /i Mayor of Miami.
High, a scrapping campaigner
Accepting this offer, High
## had hoped to become the
x tended congratulations to the
first governor from Dade Coun-
man who beat him by a marginof E
ty since Florida entered the Un-
x. votes and
n, '- nearly 169,000 ion, and he had depended largely -
swept all but three of the state's
on south Florida to put him
67 counties. over. But only Dade, Pinellas

I #; s+; t Each, however, made it clear and Broward counties backed
that their post-election chummi-

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only two years. They'll go at it,
tSun ffcota by EddieCommission Davia again in 1966, when the govcr* Cleared Up
nor's office will be up for grabs.

: Normally, the governor's term Indefinable Phrase :

Seat runs four years. The two-year By CountyBy
I term was set up by the last
Legislature, so that Floridians HAROLD RUMMELSun A new term crept into the feet from the Boys' Club. The
would vote for governor in non- Staff Writer city Plan Board's zoning vocab- Planners didn't want the package .

presidential election years. County Commissioners solved ulary last night. store to expand into a bar

Goes to Brandon Burns will be eligible to run two problems yesterday that It's "character-building in- operation.

1 for re-election, although a four- had occupied their time for several stitution." Action was urged by the I
year governor may not succeed weeks. Gainesville Ministerial Associa- !
All the city planners seemedto
himself."A They finally: tion.
By JIM McGUIRK against the whole commission agree it was a good word,
two-year term will not allow Legally closed a short
In action last night, the Board I
Sun Staff Writer rather than the incumbent. and the board concurred that
Y to work out the full stretch of the Old Archer Road recommended
limiting the distance
Claude Brandon won a hard- a But he denied any bitterness. details of our plans, much less between the new road and SW liquor bars shouldn't be locatedtoo between the Club

fought victory yesterday over "I deeply appreciate and am complete them," said Burns, already 34th Street. near one. front door and the front BOY3'door of I
High Springs challenger Arthur grateful to all the people who looking ahead to 1966. -And granted liquor dealer But no one knew what a the liquor store to 300 feet I.
} W. Thompson to remain Alachua worked for me," he said. "I am At the same time, High was Raul Reyes' request for a zon- "character-building institution" and
County's District One Commis- ready to join the citizens of the telling his dejected supportersthat ing variance that will allow him actually was. Is it just the Boys' (See PLAN BRD. on Page 2))

sioner. county in doing everything I "this is not an end, but a to sell liquor without selling Club? What about the Girl Scout ". :.
Brandon lost four tied four can in attempting to build a bet- beginning," and he pointedly food at his SW 13th Street loca- and Boy Scout huts? Should UF *
and won the rest of Alachua ter Alachua County," Thompson wished Burns success only for baseball parks and recreation Accepts .
County's 32 precincts in his 7- concluded. "the next two years." tion.Both ,matters had been be- areas be so classed?

T 746 to?5,931 victory accordingto Florida's 2,279 precincts gave fore the board for some weeks. Shortly after midnight last Peace Corps

unofficial returns. Senate Burns 626,889 votes to 457,961for The street closing issue came night the planners cut off their
Thompson took the following High. up after the State Road Depart- discussion in a session carried Training JobThe
polling places: Archer Precinct Burns still must defeat Rep. ment and the Seaboard Air Line over from last Thursday.It .

11, School Administration Build- 1 Seeks Votes Charles Holley, the Republican Railroad signed an agreement hadn't moved far. University of Florida
ing Precinct 13 and both High nominee from St. Petersburg, in abandoning a crossing on the yesterday announced acceptance -
Springs Precincts.The ',,:,,..J..... .. .. ..> .- the November election, but a now closed stretch of the road. They still agreed that "char of a' $150,205 contract
candidates raced to a i'., : ( .> .J. For Cloture Democratic victory then is an In effect, the closing of the acter building institution" wasa with the Peace Corps tb train

remarkable dead heat in Waldo '."-- -'._,,,- #. _iiiI -"'I.\-_. ;_'_. .t...1. almost foregone conclusion.In crossing closed the road. good word, but they gave up 60 volunteers for service in Bra-
Residents but when trying to define it. That job was
Lanier protested,
Precinct 1, Sidney
WASHINGTON (AP-Senate) his first major campaign zil.The
7 Arredondo BRANDONnext the matter was brought turned over to the city Planning
School Precinct leaders are scrambling for the speech of the runoff, Burns up program, which will be
and Voting Machine again yesterday, Commissioners Department for study and a rec conducted the .
PrecincJ.J8, on University of
four if there is made civil rights the big issue.
years any votes to apply cloture ommendation.
Warehouse Precinct 28. said there apparently was Florida June 17 to
campus Sept.
All others he said
Brandon said. ,
possible, were secon-
An Alachua farmer and cattleman way now .that a showdown over the and he nothing that can be done now Meanwhile, the planners con- 12, will be the first in Florida,
dary, promised to throwup
since 1930, Brandon Thompson, who is currently in civil rights bill appears certain legal barrier to open the piece of road. tented themselves with protect- said Dr. Lyle N. McAlister, di- -
claimed victory a few minutes his third term as High Springs next month.A every civil rights bill againstthe With the residents still protesting ing the Boys' Club from liquor. rector of the University's Center -
Comissioner said he had pending in
City the Commissioners for Latin American Studies
after 9 p.m. yesterday."I'm They set up an ordinance that ,
decided before the county com- bill the U.S. Senate.
revised -compromised legally closed the road. establishes minimum distances who will administer the contract -
really proud of the vote mission that he would not On this platform, he to
race to attract the undecided but re- swept In the dispute over the liquorSee
between the Club and
Boys' a
he said.
people gave me, run again for the city post"I the basic
taining provisions of ( COUNTY on Page 2)
The Commissioner said he business that sells liquor over It will train Peace Corps volunteers -
feel it was a civic duty andI the version which cleared the *
his record and plans no the bar. to serve as agricultural
ran on feel I have: fulfilled that duty," House Feb. 10-was finally introduced -
The ordinance is aimed at a extension workers
revision of his policies as a re- home economists -
sult of the race. he stated. in the Senate Tuesday Three counties Dade, Broward and PineDas-had a package store on the southwest ; and to supplement the
He said this had been his Reviewing his challenge for after weeks of tinkering.The majority vote for Robert King High in the governor's race. corner of Waldo Road and NE 4-H program for youth in rural

r hardest campaign. Brandon's seat, he said, "It is bipartisan leaders imme- 8th Avenue, only about 200 areas of Brazil.

"I appreciate the vote and certainly apparent that our. diately voiced varying degreesof
support,the people gave me andI county commission has organ- confidence that it will clear
\ will try to make them a bet ized itself in a team." the Senate in June. Assistant

ter county commissioner the "I found myself running Democratic Humphrey of leader Minnesota Hubert said he H. Unpledged GOP Slate Wins -I

hopes the House then will agreeto
I HERE'S HOW the Senate version in time for
LA President Johnson to sign the By REID G. MILLER pudiation of Sen Barry Goldwater. -
bill into law by July 4. MIAMI AP) Florida will .
Y send an unpledged slate of "The uncommitted slate was
Goldivater Backers
1 COUNTY VOTED First, however, the right delegates to the Republican Na- originally a Goldwater slate, has
forces must get two-thirds of the
tional Convention in July and it campaigned as a Goldwaterslate
1 senators present and voting to appears the state's 34 rotes may Lose After Bitter Feud and has been elected as
Here's how just over 17.000 of 26,000 Alachua County voters approve an end to debate, whichis be up for grabs. such," he said.
I marked their ballots yesterday: in its 65th day today. Sen. Barry Goldwater, who While Brown termed his slate
1, GOVERNOR'S RACE Haydon Burns over Robert King High, had been considered a sure bet "a no-preference delegation," an
9 536 to 6,756. Burns swept 24 of the 32 Alachua County precincts.'COUNTY to win the state's GOP support Associated Press poll showed -
L'IISSION-Re-election for ,Commissioner Claude wound up backing the losing The victory of the unpledged "Goldwater," Brown added, most of the unpledged delegates
t Brandon who defeated Arthur Thompson 7,746 to 5,931.. WHERETO slate in Tuesday's second'prim slate climaxed a bitter feud over "appeared on TV and radio extensively loyal to the Arizonan at least
; GOP CONVENTION DELEGATION-The unpledged slate topped control of the state party be- in the last week and for the time being.

Goldwater delegation by 34 votes, 289 to 255. ary.And the leader of the winning between Brown and Rep. William campaigned against us." Although losing his bid to head ..
DEMOCRAT L'unEDIAN-Elliott Roosevelt over .13 opponents FIND IT group, State Republican Chair C. Cramer, R-Fla. of St He termed the victory of his the convention delegation, Cra-
with a 1,670 vote total Closest opponent was James (Jim man Tom Fairfield Brown of Petersburg, who headed the unpledged slate "a vote of confidence mer easily won the unsalaried .
my) James' 1,358.DEMOCRAT Comics . . 22 Tampa; made no bones about slate pledged to Goldwater."I in the party leader- post of Republican National '
COMMT1TEEWOMAN Cramer with 1,608. Classified 23-25 his disenchantment with the feel we have a mandate ship" and "a repudiation of Mr. Committeeman.
Z GOP CO II1TEDIAN-Bill Cramer with 179. Entertainment 13 Arizona senator from the people to go to California Cramer's personal bid for pow- M\s. Helene M. Morris of Sarasota -
GOP CO BIITTEE\fO IA."l-HeIene Morrie with'178. Obituaries . 15 Brown, once a declared fan of and represent Florida the er" treasurer of the Republican -
DEMOCRAT CONVENTION DELEGATION The unopposed Lyn Opinion Page . 4 Goldwater, indicated his slate best we can," Brown said. William Pawky of Miami, State Executive Committeeand
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don o.ticket.. 7,190. ;. : Sports might change its 'allegiance "Whether they will be in favorof who with Brown led the un executive of a family owned
Women's . 11
Yesterday's turnout was about the same size as the 'primary when it gets to the San Francisco Goldwater when we get there pledged slate,.said the defeat of corporation, won the GOP national .
tlection-three weeks ago. convention. may be another matter. Cramer's group was "not a re- committeewoman race

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.:;t -2 Gainesville Sun Wednesday, May 27, 1964 1llore \

:ii r rI Weather Roundup I Ii Roosevelt Wins = About i

!i Juvenile Court Facilities i :" County

T ).' A i&\-Saw.!M fi ... Committee Post zoning variance, the end came
Here Hit Hard in B \
.{ ReportAlachua I ."" 1I I i J D with relatively few protests. It

.Go... invplved property near Paynes
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tIPI.f. MIAMI (APElliott) Roose- counted The other candidates
.. s.w..a..a 13th Street zoned
County's juvenile to be increased more than "She has to attempt to borrow ZONESA ( \ velt a onetime Arizona rancher I were far behind. Prairie on SW

court is "under-staffed three-fold; Dr. Alford said. someone else's office, or else =; a newcomer to Florida anda I Mrs. Annette Baker of Clearwater BusinessA.In that zone. category, a liquor I
In explaining the needs for attempt to conduct a 'private Partly cloudy through Thurs f member of a great political president of the Democratic
under-paid ... and overcrowded. day. Isolated mostly afternoon thundershowers establishment is required alsoto
change, he said each of the confidential' interview in the expected. Low 62 to 70. clan was elected Democratic, Women's Clubs of Florida -
present three counselors are reception area in full view and High 88 to 96 Thursday.B a ;1\ elAllaMe \ :- taaa National Committeeman Tues won' a four-way race for operate restaurant asked for facilities.vari-
And its detention facilities in handling about 200 cases. "No hearing of other waiting D- Generally fair \ F \ II.Democratic National Commit- Raul Reyes a

the county jail are "distrubing, one person can provide ade- clients," the report states. through Thursday. Low tonight E \__ day.The 52-year-old son of the late teewoman.Mrs. ance ing a on restaurant the basis would that work operat-a I

to say the least members of quate probation service for this With the recommended ex- 80s on beach and 90 to ,' President Franklin Delano Ann M. Cramer of West him. He
financial hardship ,on ,
the Alachua County Children's number of cases. pansion of staff and present 94 Inland. Variable 5 to 15 leer t \. t- Roosevelt won the unsalaried Hollywood, vice chairman of the said if sometime in the future a

Committee were told last night. "It means in effect that the crowdedness in mind, the re- mile winds.C .\ I :, post with ease, defeating 13 oth- State Democratic Party, was a restaurant operation looks prof- f

The report came from Dr. counselor has to devote most port suggests expanding the Generally fair through Thurs er candidates in his first try fora distant second, followed by Mrs. itable he will be happy to put
} David Alford, chairman of a of his time to dealing with crisis court's operating area from its day.day 90 Low to tonight 94. Variable in 60s 5 high to 15 Thurs-mile H.... 1w r.. statewide office anywhere. Catherine McCall of Ocala and one in.But .

study committee for the North situations in families. present 1,000 square feet of floor winds.E Roosevelt ran up a better than Mrs. Nancy W. Evans of Miami.I for now, he wanted onlya I
Central Florida Chapter of the "There is a tragedy here," floor space to 3,300 square feet. Partly cloudy through Thursday uaumrp 2-to-l margin over his nearest The unopposed Democratic lounge.

Council on Crime and Delin- said Alford. It looks' also at the county'sdetention tonight, scattered 65 to afternoon 70. high showers.Thursday Low 80s competitor, Richard D. Barkerof national convention slate will! Residents protested that a I
Alford's has "The 200 cases counsellor on beach to 92 inland. Variable 5 to yjFGAINESVILLE Jacksonville, a cast Florida's 51 votes for President .
quency. group per facilities for juveniles."In 15 mile winds.F bar without food would d o w n-
probed juvenile facilities here. should be reduced to a work- estate broker who held the Johnson at Atlantic City, grade the area.
1963, in Alachua County WEATHER
partly cloudy through Thursday N.J., Aug. 2429.
Its findings are damning. able 75 per counsellor which is 151 children were held in de- scattered afternoon showers. Low post from 1952 to 1956. The County Zoning Commis-
f the recommended caseload for tonight 65 to 70 high Thursday 90 to Municipal Airport readingsfor The big surprise in the crowded The convention delegates are
avoids -
But it lay- had earlier
carefully sion however
tention for a total of 1,484 daysat 94. Variable 5 to 15 mile winds.G 24 hours to 8 ajn. today: not legally bound to vote for ,
ing the blame on anyone but workers in positions having race, which, attracted the commended granting the re-.
the Alachua County jail. J Scattered showers tonight and High 91 at 3 p.m., low 62 at 5a.m. Johnson, but consider their
"the people of Alachua County similar responsibilities he Thursday most likely in morning hours. largest number of candidates in quest. Commissioner Jack Dur-.
I "The county jail serves as a No rain.TEMPERATURES. pledge a moral obligation. .
70 to
Low tonight 75. high Thursday was the third place fin-
said. years
Revisions are called for by the holding place only. It is not 85 to 90. Variable 5 to 15 mile winds.H ranee yesterday reported that_
committee. The report stated that sala- ELSEWHEREHigh ish of James (Jimmy) James, study of the situation led him to
equipped nor are the personnel IPartly cloudy tonight and Low Precp.
j "Four or five assistant counselors -ries should be raised and provisions correctionalor Thursday scattered mainly afternoon Jacksonville 92 68 39, a Miami advertising execu- More About support the variance.
responsible for any showers. Low tonight 65 to 70, high Miami 83 70 .11
: should be added to the for regular pay in- clinical treatment of these Thursday 85 to 90. Variable 5 to 15 Tampa 89 72 tive.Most Durrance said food wouldn't
(three-man) staff immediately."The creases provided. They aren't juveniles at the present time," mile wind.K Atlanta New Orleans 90 89 63 67 observers figured James Burns guarantee an establishm e n t
staff of the court shouldbe now, Alfordsaid. the states. Mostly cloudy. showers through Boston 79 64 would give Roosevelt his sternest that necessarily was more re-
report Thursday. Low tonight 70 to 75, high 82 65
New test. James said he
and about the size of the fined than without food.
increased And one
appropriately Thursday 82. Easterly 10 to 15 mile WashingtonChicago 84 66 !
Alfordid The juveniles are segregatedin winds. 82 57 .02 more than $2,500 in a vigorous He recommended
some plan made for regular court facilities now, Dr. granting a
the jail only by race and Kansas City 90 62 From 1
salary increments based on one assistant counselor is ALMANAC Denver 64 49 .4 campaign."It Page I variance for five years, with an
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f work performance."The forced to work at a desk in sex.The Sunrise Sunset today tomorrow n.n.......... 7.23pm.5.30am. Los Ft. Worth Angeles 64 92 52 71 proves you can't buy option to renew it then, and
male prisoners are keptin ............. "
size of the court needs the corner of the reception area.! The Moon rises :.c1 p.m. Seam 72 49 votes, commented Roosevelt, Obviously, in the heavily pop'with the provision that there be
i an area where they can con tonight Last Quarter and is at....Apogee............ June 3 CEDAR KEY TIDES who by his own estimate spent a ulated metropolitan areas of the no dancing or outside music.
verse with adult male' prisoners Thursday High at 3:19 a.m. and 1:57 "minimum of $10,000." south
the of
The planet. Mercury Is now between appeal electing His motion was unanimously
Low at 8:17 and 9:17 ap-
p.m. a.m. p.m.
How Florida Voted the report states, becauseof Mars and Jupiter. Jupiter the Barker, by contrast, said he governor in a state dominatedby .
'rest of these three
space limit problems in the brig rises! ............n....... 4:28 planets a.m. EAST GULF MARINE: Variable FORECAST winds 5 to 15 spent only about $100. rural political forces was other business, the Commissioners
TOTAL PCTS and Mars rises about 15 minutes later. knots through Thursday. Partly cloudy.
jail."Juveniles John J. Kennedy, 58, a retired overridden by the racial issue.
COUNTY PCfS can stay in the
'- attorney from St. Petersburg,I J
High had promised to enforce Removed NW 39th Avenue
32 32 6,756
ALACHUA 9,536 county jail for as long as threeor !
in fourth close behind
was place,
BAKER 'Z 'Z %,ur 501 before any civil rights measure passedby from the secondary road priority -
four months a placecan Most
James, with most of the ballots
BAY 41. 41 13,971 393 be found for them to stay LegislatorsVoted Congress. I list because paving. of it has
BRADFORD 17 17 3,363 896 in..they are never allowed out For the first time this )year begun.
BREVARD 4' 49 11,531 '7,354 of their cells as there is no She's a New bloc voting by Negroes was Approved $2,800 in change

BROW ARD 136 136 6,569 3,908 central meeting place ... they Back In ,I clearly evident. High had attracted orders for unseen jobs that are
CALHOUN U 12 2,422 299 never get outside to exercise. Ross their support by his part of expansion and remodel. .
CHARLOTTE It 14 ,388 ,138 "There is no observation or Betsy handling of Miami race rela ing at the County Jail.
CITRUS 17 17 ,769 1,047 tions. Tabled action on a proposal -
study leading to a better diag-
( reapportIonment. Others were (
CLAY 12 U J,566 1,114 nosis which to build that would create a zoning
upon a At a time when de-
COLLIER 16 16 %,%19 1,314 better treatment plan," accord- ]ly all members ohf the Florida defeated in the political wars, Force Base had a traditional mands district the length of Inter-
were leading to riots,
COLUMBIA 19 19 593 l,7U ing to the report. ]Legislature forced into second chose not to run, or went after four-star flag for Gen. Max- bombings and killings in state 75 in Alachua County, de-
well Taylor's visit Tuesday, and many
DADE 238 238 62,10 153,048 The report cautions that the I primary races by strong opponents different posts.In Sharron Wynn has the nicknameof other cities, north and south, Mi-!signed to regulate signs located
DESOTA 15 15 %,%78 739 conditions aren't necessarilythe I came through with victories ami seemed to have escaped the along the limited access high-
DIXIE U 12 1,485 272 fault of jail officials who i in Tuesday's voting. A few other second primary re- "Betsy Ross. rights revolt entirely. way.
DUVAL 148 148 7909 33179 must work within prescribed I net: defeat. sults, Sens. Clayton Mapoles Sr., Luke officials discovered Mon- Recommended to state of-
ESCAMBIA 105 105 33,973 10,116 physical limits.It of Milton in the 1st District and day afternoon that they lacked High contrasted this with ran ficials that hogs not be huntedin
FLAGLER 8 8 1,031 4M recommends putting juvenile Rep. David Eldredge of Miami the 17th District turned back the proper flag to greet the ial violence that struck Jackson Alachua County except dur-
FRANKLIN 'I 4 440 131 counselors in the jail im- was defeated in his bid for ponents. op- chairman of the Joint Chiefs of ville during the campaign and ing the regular hunting season.

GADSDEN 15 15 4,492 1,221 mediately.And a fourth two-year term. Newcomer Staff. They called on Mrs. charged that election of Burns Joined Dr. I. I. Weintraubin
GILCHRIST 9 9 1,087 93 it calls for immediate Robert Shevin of Miami Rep. Welborn Daniel of Lake Wynn, who runs a clothing spe- would bring rioting, wreck tour- changing the name of Lake

GLADES 'I 7 802 285 planning for a juvenile detention von the post. County, who played a leadingrole cialty shop. !sim and frighten away industry. Bonllar near Melrbse, Weintraub
GULF 11 4 367 36 home. It will cost $12,000-()() in his four House terms, She started working on it at! Burns retaliated by calling property, to Lake Elizabeth in
HAMILTON 12 12 1,698 573 $20,000 per bed, should have at Rep. Frank Bass of Hardee moved into the Senate seat vacated ,5 in the afternoon and finishedthe High "the NAACP candidate" memory of Dr. Weintraub's wife
HARDEE 11 11 3,46 7st least 20 beds and should be (bounty, seeking a third term, by Tar Boyd of Leesburg. 18-by-26 inch flag at 7 a.m. 'and characterizing the Negro who was active in civic and social

HENDRY 10 10 1,753 757 staffed by about 15 persons, the 1 ost to another newcomer, Lawrence daniel defeated William C.I I Tuesday, after sewing throughthe organization as "a sinister affairs for many years and

HERNANDO 14 It ,385 936 report states. Roberts. Gregg Jr., of Leesburg.JACKSONVILLE night.of force. who died recently.

HIGHLANDS 15 15 3,303 1,908 The annual budget for sucha Changes already made in the

HILLSBOROUGII 104 131 52,106 31,196 facility would be about $801 1 ineups of the two houses assurea
1I0L1\IES 23 20 3,102 171 000.It large number of new faces in Florida's 6th Jacksonville Governor I
I INDIAN RIVER 11 11 3,609 %,%89 could take care of about t he 1965 Legislature. More than
32 3Z 7,7M ,129 children for 14
JACKSON 278 days a year.
50 members of the 1963 House
JEFFERSON 11 11 1,79-1 604 The capacity is more than von't be back..Seven of the 22 (APHay) the city since 1949. lip Fleming, who served from'over the governor's office in
LAFAYETTE 5 5 1,256 36 Alachua County now needs, the Florida's first native-born I 1889 to 1893 and died in Jack
.c Senate seats up for filling in thisrear's don Bums, who won the Democratic gov- 1925. After his term expired, he
LAKE 37 31 8,743 ,431 report says. elections will have New- nomination for governorin ernor came from Jacksonville.He sonville on Dec. 20, 1908. returned to Jacksonville and
: LEE 31 31 8,11 4,410 Then it recommends studyingthe 3 was Ossian Bingley Hart, Napoleon Bonaparte Broward, lived there until his death on
n LEON 15 15 12t6 6,753 possibility of a cooperative omers. Tuesday's runoff primary and who was born in Duval Countyin the state's 19th governor, was Feb 22, 1958.

LEVY 16 16 2,922 829 program between Alachua and More new faces may appear was expected to be elected Flor- 1821 and served as chief exec- born on a farm in Duval Countyand Fuller Warren, the 30th governor -
LIBERTY 6 6 1,366 109 neighboring counties that would lIter the November general ida's 35th governor in November utive from Jan. 7, 1873, until his served from 1905 to 1909. He
MADISON 15 15 3,160 926 provide better juvenile deten- E election pitting Democrats and will be the state's sixth.death on March 18, 1874. died in Jacksonville on Oct. 1, was born in Blountstoun. in
MANATEE 3S 35 8,159 5,438:; tion facilities to each county at Republicans: against each other. chief executive to come from Although Hart was raised 1910. west Florida, but moved toJacksonville

MARION 30 30 9,280 4,882 less cost.Finally. Jacksonville. amid slaves on his father's farm John Wellborn Martin, the I after_ attaining
MARTIN 15 15 ,413 2,384 the report calls for Many of the most experienced Although he was born in Chicago he opposed secession. He was boomtime born ,manhood and was living there
MONROE \ 21 21 5,79 5,521 more study while solutions are I louse: leaders won't be back because and spent his early yearsin I elected governor on the Republican governor, was in when he won the governorshipin
NASSAU 13 12 4,389 103 being found for some of the : their seats in medium sizxl Louisville, Ky., Burns has ticket. Marion County but opened a law 1948. Later he opened a law

OKALOOSA 26 26 11,935 1,885 more obvious and pressing E counties were shifted to more lived in Jacksonville for many Next governor to come from office in Jacksonville and servedas office in Miami where he now N

OKEECIIOBEE 6 6 1,859 542 problems. populous counties in last year's years and has served as mayor :Duval County was Francis Phi- mayor there before taking makes his home.
ORANGE 9S 95 5,885 13,975

', OSCEOLA 14 It 3,809 1IH !

1\. PALM PASCO PINELLAS BEACH 151 29 82 157 29 82 3,5U 3,803 645 1,383 31,256POLK 3,51 1% ODDS AND ENDS :

91 91 3117 11,766

:t PUTNAM 21 27 5,521 1,58 '
ST. JOHNS 28 28 6,381 ,066 enneuf CLEARANCE '
ST. LUCIE 17 17 4,73 4,198

SANTA ROSA .. .A-_--- 22 22 1U5 1035 ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY w ::
SARASOTA 26 26 4,486 4,412:
SEMINOLE .23 23 6,583 %,97!
SUMTER 1% 12 ,857 712 .
15 571

\'OLUSIA -: :, .:.-: 82 82 18,425 16,263 -- -
AKULLA 13 13 1,167 499
WALTON 33 33 5,123 796

SLACKS Antique Satin in
More About SHIRTS Rayon and Acetate
SHORTS SETS "Contempo" Pattcm1 -
wood Looking Summer
t White in Combed Cotton 088 Single or Double
Plan Bd. Easy-Care Fabrics Pretty Tops Button Down or Plain Slacks in rneJ and 6'x9' 1 Yz warn
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t n From Page 1 1.99 2.99 2.00 2'For 7.00 9X,217$$ $4 $8

the distance from propertylineto (single family residential) to
property line to 150 feet. BR-2 (retail business) propertyon I Broken SizesMENS Plastic

After the study and definition, the west side of NW 6th I! WOMENS HALF-SLIPS. 2.00 JEANS .3 pr. 5.00 MATTRESS COVERS 1.00
the new rule could be appliedto Street between NW 19th Lane 6.11 6.

"character building institu- and 20th Avenue. j I WOMENS SKIRTS 2.88-5.88 MENS WORK PANTS 1.99 SHOWER CURTAINS 1.00
tions," the board indicated. -Approved a change from R-. Ii i Chambray .

) No action was taken on an- la (single family residential)Ii i WOMENS DRESSES 2.88-10.88 MENS WORK SHIRTS. .99c PLASTIC BEACH MATS. 1.98BED
other ministerial association re- to BA-2 (business automotive)i
quest that churchtobar spacing a lot on the east side of NW ii iI

laws be changed. A motion 13th Street, 214 feet south of 41st i I GIRLS GIRLS MENS BOYS BRIEFS BRAIDED

to make them similar to the Ave., as requested by F. C.I RUGS
Boys' Club regulation failed. Ridgway who wants to locate a PILLOWS
The planners referred it to the car sales business there. I SLACKS SPORTSHIRTS .. Oval Imported6'x9'Shapes

planning department for study. -Denied a request to close''I! Colorful Tops with Big Assortment here. Just Right For Camp Shredded Foam-
NE 20th Avenue between 8th Pretty Summer Slacks
"I'm real sorry you've
Matching Slacks.For and Short Sleeves 1788
this," Rev. Fred Laughon told land 9th Streets, a platted but, Big and Little Sister EaSY Care Long Included.- and Summer Wear Blue and White Ticking
I the board. "I can not see why unopened street. I

you have to turn over back-I -Tabled a request to close: 3 1.22Size 1.00 9'x12'
wards when someone wants to SW 9th Lane between SW 5th $1 and $122 3.22 2 Far 5.00 Far 2777

build a liquor store," he said. a3rd streets because not i
Plan Board Chairman Arnold enough information on the re-;
Butt answered that churches already -quest was available last night!
had some protection in Approved final subdivision'i GIRLS HAND BAGS Reduced . 1.66GIRLS BOYS JEANS .1.22 DECORATOR PILLOWS 2 For 3.00
8 Only . .
that plats for Northwest Estates Plastic
spacing laws, and ,
the issue of revising the church- Forest Ridge, Coy Thomas Plat1 I SLIPS . . . . 88c Cotton sNylons PilLOW| COVERS 2 For 1.00
and Glendale. ] Seersucker I Toddlers BOYS SOX . 3 Pre 1.00
recommendation AtlfllCC QTLvflwlCd CHENILLE SPREADS 2
-Okayed a request by H. K.!' Gripper or Plain // C For 5.00
the board to the City Commission Meyer to split lot 9, Overlook Knit Top BOYS SPORT SHIRTS .1.00
at some later meeting, he I Park, into two lots. j Suspender Pants 2PC. SET . .44 . . 77c

said. I -Ordered Planning Depart- Gauze Pre-Fold 2 FOR 3.00
In other business last night, ment studies of regulations on DIAPERS 1 Doz. in Pkg. 2 Pkgs. Soo BOYS SLACKS . 2 For 5.00 REVERSIBLE RUGS ;

the planners: mobile home parks and night'' ;

-Refused a request by Jack clubs with an eye toward re vis-,I USE YOUR PENNEY CHARGE CARD OR OPEN A PENNEY CHARGE ACCOUNT J' :
W. Fagan to rezone from R-lc ing the city's present laws. .

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i r. R ; m sxb 'Burns Used RightsBy as WeaponBunts -

4 GQYfRfR< < : F. T.-MACXIFEELY !!! was the first mayor of land[ June 6, Burns and his family :

.. JACKSONVILLE (APHay- Deserted by Negro a city below the top 10 in popu-I I' plan to indulge in their fav

don Burns, once a favorite of lation to be president of the U.s. orite hobby-fishing. '

Negro voters, won the Democratic Voters After Flareups Conference of Mayors. His wife, Mildred; son Bill, 17; ..

I Il nomination as governor of Burns, a slender 6-foot-2, is a and daughter, Mrs. Lloyd Watkins -
Florida after a campaign based and her husband are all"
,F good story teller and a convinc-
on tough-talking opposition to' ing speaker. He is serious for avid fishermen.
the Negro rights movement.'I And, although Negroes obviously in 500 firemen as special dep-
eWLD w nx went heavily against him uties to back up his stand.Burns' the most part in public but has Burns still faces another elec- :

l < 4- am not a racist; I am nota j in Tuesday's bemocratic gubernatorial -! an infectious smile. tion in November against State...
i s 1'M bigot," said the tall, slender, ][ primary, he won by a impressive appear- After he attends the National Rep. Charles Holley of St. Pet- ...
52-year-old mayor of Jackson- ]margin of 169,000 with slightly ance, forceful personality, abili Governors Conference at Cleve- ersburg. But Republicans have
u6D ville. But he promised an un- ]more than a million votes cast.I ty to get things done and recordof made no more than a token. ,
bending fight against the civil Negroes deserted him in Jacksonville city progress were in his showing for nearly a century in'.

4 rights bill. after the city sold its' favor in the campaign.He Trash Bin the Florida governor's race. M .
; 3 q also had a $626,000 cam-
w7 golf and closed its
Zan r q' h He lost to de- courses I
t no opportunity : paign fund that made his foe's
\ 4 'swimming pools rather than accede Fire Doused NOW OPEN :
scribe his opponent, Mayor Rob- $194,000 seem puny. And he had
to federal
J I court orders to
ert King High of Miami, as "the been running for governor ever 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. "
Kw w NAACP candidate," and to tell since he finished third in 1960. A trash bin fire caused a lot I ALL YOUR FAVORITE

N his listeners along the cam- fact that the city accepted Burns coined the phrase "The of smoke but little damage early BRANDS

paign trail that he would be j integration of other facilities Jacksonville Story" to describethe this morning at the Food Fair I Liquors ..
I elected by a huge margin of the :such as the Gator Bowl football city's progress in transforming supermarket at 929 N Main St.,, Wines
to the Gainesville .,
| voters "the white ones, that :stadium and indoor coliseumwas the waterfront on the St. according Beer

''''''fi S!',... is." offset by violent racial battles Johns River from a squalid suc- Department.The I FREE DELIVERY
In his 15 years as mayor, I on the city streets in 1960 cession of rundown docks into a Department said some I
A Hot TimeWhile Burns was elected four times :and again in March of this year. beautiful bulkheaded face of water damage occurred to the i PAUL'Si

with strong Negro support. Last He told Negroes they had no downtown lined by modern market when the 5:22: a.m. fire i Store
Haydon Burns campaign workers whooped it up as voting returns year, he again won easily with- ]right to sit-in at segregated restaurants buildings, parking lots and a set off an automatic sprinkler Package
proved conclusively that the Jacksonville Mayor's campaign for the Democratic out it. j and hotels and swore park. system. I ii 1318 E. University Ave.
Domination for governor caught fire, so did his Alachua County Campaign -----------
Headquarters. The Gainesville Fire Department estimated $1,500 damage to
the headquarters building at 301 S. Main St. resulting from a 4:30 a.m. blaze
that started in a bathroom. The cause of the fire was not determined. The buildIng -
is owned by Lodge 20 of the Knights of Pythias. i

Hot Gubernatorial Race

Got a Mite Too Hot HereBy

JEAN CARVERSun convention lost 289-255.

Staff Writer Democrats, with no other
Burns Wins
They were so happy with the'u slates to choose from went for

58 ,per ,cent-vote victory here Lyndon B. Johnson's nomina
last night that supporters nearly : 3-2 in County tion for the presidency with a j

burned down Haydon Burns' total of 7,190. _

Main, Street. headquarters. Race by race these the _
precinct 20 376-90 and
Firemen doused a cigaret fire unofficial returns
: 21, 260-97 Alachua 441-166 and I
; ,
at Burns headquarters early this,
morning but reported the dam, Waldo 188-63. GOVERNOR'S RACE-Burns, By Popular Demand

age was slight. They said the Wayne Carlisle chairman of 9,526; High, 6,756. /
the Burns Alachua County committee w
fire probably started after lastnight's ,
was "delighted, tickled COUNTY COMMISSION: I Neiv Store Hours
victory party at campaign Brandon, 7,746 Thompson
to death" with the unofficial re- ;
headquarters. turns last night. 5931. 5' I
Supporters of the Jacksonville "This was a fine turnout andI LBJ SLATE7,190.. j 8 a. n.-II p.m.

mayor here were all smiles as am very proud," Carlisle said GOP DELEGATIONS Un- We Meet or
Burns swept all but eight of Ala he N
predicted a larger turnout in
chua 32 pledged, 289; 255. Beat All
County's precincts. November and a "tremendous DEMOCRAT COMMITTEEMAN -

Burns beat Miami Mayor Ro landslide for Haydon Burns." Barker, 618; Broder- AdvertisedPrices
bert King High 9,536 to 6,756 in Carlisle expressed appreciation -
son, 126; Broward, 371; Carrie -
unofficial totals that will be can- to Burns supporters in the 80; Cleveland, 142; Fair, in This eUniversity tofyjtl
vassed today. Officials said last county. 179; James, 1,358; Kennedy, Area Th
night the 408 bsentee ballots The first precinct to report to 483; Kilgore, 126; McCoy, 145; GOOD THRU
could not change the results. Registration Supervisor Mrs. Rodgers, 203; Roosevelt, 1,670; XWWOCv 1
High's victories were all in Alma Bethea was LaCrosse pre- Sweat 287 and Whitehurst,1,007.DEMOCRAT MAY 30
Gainesville. He defeated Burnsin cinct 2 at 7:20 p.m. The two COMMITTEEWOMAN -I SORRY U.S. 441 South

J. J. Finley precinct 5, Sidney -High Springs precincts wrap- Baker, 1,286; ,
- Lanier precinct 7, School ped up the 32-precinct tally at Cramer, 1,608; Evans, 898 and No Deliveries 6" \
Administration precinct 13, Girl 9:30 last night. McCall, 1,020.REPUBLICAN. 7 jf \ FRanklin 26333DON'T
Scout Headquarters precinct High supporters who were on COMMITTEEMAN : -

16, Buchholz Junior High p r e- hand at the registration officeto Cramer, 179; Roberts
cinct 25, Littlewood School calculate the returns were BE MISLEAD!
precinct 26, Voting Machine obviously disappointed at the re- 166.REPUBLICAN COMMITTEEWOMAN -

Warehouse precinct 28 and Flor- sults. Morris, 178;
ida Union precinct 31. "Burns ran a real fine race," Salmon, 154.Florida.
Strongest High precincts were High steering committee member -
the School Administration Build- i Selig"Goldin said. "We wish

ing's 621 to Burns' 232 and the him well. Vote
University Florida Union tallyof Goldin said he was pleasedwith
83 for Burns.In the turnout for the Miami LIMIT
314 for High and
Gainesville Burns' strong- mayor and said High did better In CongressBy
than workers expected.On .
Lake Forest
est wins were at
hand for the tally last THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
School, 496-91; Howard Bishop
843 483; Recreation Center, night was C. 0. Todd a deputy How Florida Congressmenwere
323-181 and Kirby Smith 465118. supervisor assigned to observethe recorded as voting on recent 1 (
4 Burns dominated the county county election by Sec. of roll calls:. 97c "'
State Tom Adams. Adams sent
with Island Grove's On Curtis R-Neb., amend
precincts precinct 9 reporting an over- deputies into every county after'ments adopted 36-33, providing -

whelming 75-9 total. In New-irregular-It, that any three members of G&W
berry it was Burns 313-88; Hawthorne -I the Senate Rules Committeemay 1/2 PINT BASKET SEAGRAMS!
I Mrs. Bethea said Todd commended -
require a to tes
221-150 High Springs
; the procedures in the tify. Against: Holland. Not SEVENSTAR No Limit Sale!

18 precincts he observed. voting: Smathers.On .
Executioner "It thrilled my heart," Mrs. Williams R-Del., resolution BOURBONS 7
Bethea said.Briefly tabled 42-33, to broaden ,
In Texas Dies this is what the unof- the scope of the Bobby Baker 5'
ficial returns show: GINS I IReg.
investigation (the Curtis amend-
HUNTSVILLE, Tex. (AP- Almost as many Democrats ment was tied to this resolutionand CROWNPhiladelphia
The executioner for the Texas voted in the governor's race died with m.) Voting to Whiskey BLENDS
prison system Capt. Joe Byrd this time as did on May 5. In table were: Holland. Voting
died Tuesday of a heart attackat the first primary 17,251 Democrats Smathers. 3.57 3.87
the age of 78. voted in the governor'srace HOUSEOn Reg. 5.00 5THI VODKAS 5.20 5TH
Byrd's role as official execu- and yesterday, the unoffi- rejection 181,198 of an I
i guardedsecret cial total was 16,462. amendment to the agriculture .
tioner until was his a closely death. Officials Republicans in Alachua Coun-'apropriations bill to provide I -. : ,-.- --'. .-- ........ .
i I T
to say how many times: ty are not necessarily supporting $1.6 million for construction of iI iI I
thrown the electric chairs Barry Goldwater. The Gold- a national peanut research I 1 JflfliLL
he.'had, water pledged slate for the GOP center at Dawson Ga. for the\
\\htch. I amendment: Bennett, Fascell I

I Fuqua Gibbons, Gurney, Haley,I
k County Precinct Vote Herlong, Matthews, Pepper IMPORTED 90 PROOF

Rogers, Sikes.
Burns High Not voting: Cramer.On HAIG -
Priclncts .. CALVERTGIN
rejection, 186-187, of motion -
1.Waldo, 188 63 to recommit agriculture I Ii 8 Yrs. Old
65 II i
bill committeewith &
%.;La' .Crosse 441 166 I
instructions to insert lang
'Alaehua BlendFIVE
4.3.:Kirby Smith School 46S 118 uage to prevent use of any I I ;ilrd;
516 .
5..1. J. Finley School funds for payment of export HAIG -...-
6NewberlY' ..,...-' 313 88:subsidies on any surplus agri-
Sidney Lanier_" School? 39-1 465 cultural commodities sold to 1 i a=s- 86.8 Proof = 327
Hawthorne. 221 150 I Communist countries unless 3.27 5TH nHATi1L

98. :Islmd Grove 75 9 j.approved by the president and 5.17 5THI REG. 4.40
175 73,.reported to Congress. For the .teg. ?.15 REG. 4.50
10.Micanopy: 220 118 motion: Bennett, Fascell, Gibbons t
U.der I
Steph en Foster School Tn 603' Gurney, Haley, Herlongand I
12. Adm. Building %32 621 Rogers. Against: Pepper,I,I
13. 93 19 Sikes. Answered present: Mat-II I 1 1I SPECIAL
14. 35 thews and Fuqua. Not voting: -
15. Rochelle 66', II
412 Cramer.
Scout Hut 343 i.
16. Girl High %S9 127 On passage, 311-W, of $5,182-I
17.Gainesville 111 66 665,000 Agriculture Department :
18. Arredado 52. 19 appropriation bilL For: Fuqua,I -OLD FLAG

19. prange HeIghts(City Hall) .._._.__ _' 376 y- 90 Gibbons, Matthews, Pepper,I CLUB
ZOo High Springs
97 Sikes. Against: Bennett Fas-I
21. High Springs (Clinic) 40 15 cell, Gurney, Haley, Herlongand : ST. CROIX -:
Z2. eam ville VODKA
-150 303 Rogers. Not voting: Cra-
%3. P. .1', Yonge 400
U. Westwood School I

!%6.S. UttleWo Buchholz d School 251 437 326 454 mer.Aid for CongoUNITED I RUM 80 Proof

21 Recreation Center 323 181 WHISKEY Reg. 4.19 '
28. Voting. Machine Warehouse '37S 490 NATIONS, N.Y.
29. Howard ''Bishop 843 483 (AP) The United Nations plansto ,

10. Lake Forest School 49& . 91 send about 900 Nigerian :1.953.57 Reg. 45" 3J5TH 2.77 5TH
31. Florida Union (UF) 83 314 troops to help The Conga army Reg. ,
12. 51. Michad's Church 127 90 restore order in rebellion torn
totALS ,538 I.J.i Kivu Province.

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4rmblUkeri 3frrn tfnrk afmra give "loyal support to the for relating the timing of its ers like everybody and no- ,,
PAT COWLES. Tlce Pre.1.1. SOUTHBy By ARTHUR KROCK United Nations in its peace- exposure to the all-important body in the Republican group.

... | ED JOHNSON. Tie Preildeat keeping efforts" (in the Congo California primary contest be- But if so he has attained this
tad Es.nUn Eiltori W. G. (Bill WASHINGTON General tween Rockefeller, a chief architect -
Beautiful and West Iran well state of innocence since he
,. EBEKSOLE. Tie President A4- as as
of the 1960
4t Eisenhower has drawn what platform,
University City'h.rilsla DlreeUn BOB TAKTAO : RALPH :McGILL I in the Middle East). Goldwater and Goldwater, a principal cri fooled the experts by getting
ONE. Tie President and Ctoemltloa *- Palltier Prize Winning PBhHsherOX artists call a "graffito" of the elected president twice as the
"serious considera tic.
Muafer. the Atlanta (Ga.) CuUUtl ideal Republican presidential urges candidate of minority par-
tion" of "weighted voting" in General Eisenhower be and sustaining most ma-
THE SUN'S POLICY nominee this year that in at may ty, by
I the U. N. to "bring it In line naive enough politically to jor uses of his veto power in
least 10 of the 24 strokes
1. Report the news fully and Impartially in the news columns. WallaceProves portrays with new realities" and restore think he had drawn a sketch the three Democratic congresses -

2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in-editorials. someone who distinctly it as "both a represen- which would look to all view during his tenure. J
3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. is not Sen. Barry Goldwaterof
Arizona. And the general tative and responsible organ-
The Sun's telephones: All Departments -372-8441 timed the disclosure of his lation." ON THE RIGHT
Want Ads-376-4672 sketch in the New York t-i
4. In foreign affairs, Eisen I
Herald Tribune for the'week
! just before the California Re- hower's sketch Is of "a man" z.jrl (
NothingIn Goldwater'sIrritability
f Defeat of an IdealThis publican primary when ,the who will conduct them on the

stop Goldwater: forces principles that "there is no

is an obituary of an ideal.It tension to soak the little man more; retrospect, Governor could make the most effectiveuse time for Indecision" but also f
George Wallace's of it to their
repeal of inventory and intangibletaxes three shrewdly appearancein selected purpose. "no room for impulsiveness." J Jsell

began with an upstart red- for relief of the rich; continued states lacks any fundamental The model of the general's No one knows better than the

head from :Miami. He had tax protection of such vested in- conclusion, other than that graffito-"a man who will general that "impulsiveness,"
uphold, earnestly and with By ,-Jr.
terests as railroads and papermaking in any state the collected elements which could plunge the na-
startling new concepts. And when dedication and conviction the
of dissent and resent
tion unnecessarily into
':\' nobody was looking this month, he and minerals. ment will total anywhere from principles and traditions of is the most familiar fear voiced war, Lo and behold, we are ask momentarily drafted.

30 to 40 per cent of the vote. our party. .spelled out at about Goldwater by rivals, ed now to worry worry worry Quickly he whipped his
nibbled his way to shouting distanceof length most recently in (our)
Why did the little people of Florida
are many prejudices, to advance their own interest, over the alleged irritability apparatus into shape, slip
the Governor's :Mansion. vote overwhelmingly against their each attracitng ad he rents. platform of 1960"-does not at and others in all .
by sincerity.He
all resemble Goldwater in the of Senator Goldwater. That, ped out of the maws of Selective
own best economic interests? If we There always are those who knows, too, that Rockefeller
1 do not like the "ins." following particulars: if a nationally syndicated Service, and got himself .
But he beatandbeat is now pounding on
) yesterday got had to oversimplify we'd a single away
bad. And in the Wallace campaignsa 1. He enthusiastically sup- this theme in California. columnist has his way, oughtto a job in Washington fussing

term: certain number of Republicans ported the 1960 Republican be an issue for the votersof about with Latin American -
gleefully voted for him There are a few strokes in Affairs. After the war ,
national platform of which the California to dwell upon. ,
Robert King High may not have The Negro threat. in order to harrass the Demo- substance, except for original the drawing which depict Irritability becomes some- right up until now, Goldwater
crats. Goldwater. But they also depict continues to fly, submittingevery
made the best administrator in the comments on national defense
active and thing worse than irritabilityin
every receptive few
world. But he would have been the This hammered home But In the main that President Eisenhower years to exhaustive
point was the Wallace read reflection his candidate, and every eli the hands of creative ma- physical and mental tests.
gol-dernest honest, straight-forward, again and again by candidate vote, of course, was from and as a was revised on at record his- gible, for the Republican pres- levolence: it is charged by
and unbound freest those who opposed the civil idential nomination. All these Now the gravamen of mostof
unpledged governor Burns, as he termed High the demand
angry was the Rocke- the same gentleman that Sen-
from the his
rights campaigns critics'
Complaints is
of recent history.He candidate." And it work feller-Nixon "believe in keeping (federal)
of Fifth
Klan types, and the Birch and "compact government as close to the ator Goldwater is a fundamentally not that the Senator is too

ed as an easy-to-glue label. It was other right-wing groups, in- Avenue. This compact, in- people as possible. ..makingany unstable human be- volatile, but that, he is too

was, In fact, the first clear- like throwing a wrench across a power cluding the anti-Semitic organ cluding a drastic denounced equal rights call for assistance, firston ing. How does he know? Our phlegmatic. That he Is the

cut candidate against Vested In- line-it short circuited orderly izations. All such groups flowas proposal Goldwater, was the of the by the local then on the informant points out that Mrs. man who is just perhaps a
on eve
terests that Florida was offered logical processes and erected instead iron filings to a magnet convention, as a "surrender" state and only in the final Goldwater wrote recently fora little too relaxed, a little too

since Napoleon Bonaparte Broward the white-hot glare of a common fear. when gives they them have a a chance candidatewho to "The Munich of the Republican resort on the federal" govern- woman's magazine that her insensitive columnist maybe. But the \
ment, etc. But apart from gentleman who >
in 1904-exactly 60 ago. Party," and the "guarantee husband was ordered by his !I
years him.
support these, any resemblance to the doctors to take now goes after him would i i
of Republican defeat in a complete .
Putting it in the crudest terms senator from Arizona is so dif have us believe that the Sen ,
November. (At last accounts rest cure. Why? He had been
But Tuesday Robert King High was the female election clerk yester- SO THERE was no new con Goldwater had not ficult to detect as to invite the working day and night, ator's record those two occasions -

got whipped by Jacksonville :Mayor day in Precinct Seven, Sidney Lanier clusion. Governor Wallace received changed these judgments). thought that it was wholly co week after week, as president when he was told by
about the vote antici- his doctors to off
incidental. lay casts
Haydon Burns. And joy reigned in of the Goldwater Department -
School. She leaned over the voter
pated. It was well known that 2. General Eisenhower doubts on his qualificationsto
Porkchop Alley. books, of which she had custody, the pools of resentment and sketched a nominee who However, though General Stores, and had ov- wield authority over the

and pleaded with an acquaintance to prejudice were there. They will share his pride in the Eisenhower has gone into er estimated his physicaland nuclear button. But twenty
Chortled State Senator and Talla- needed only stirring. If the "dramatic for more detail with this profile nervous reserves. So he
get an invalid out to vote: leadership" than until the went away, as he had been years ago being twenty
people of any state were to the adminis- was expected dates his citicism.
Kennedy-Johnson He
hassee banker Wilson Carraway: "I Republican National Convention told to do, for a couple of quotes
vote on the propositions of no tration's equal rights legislation Time Magazine two
hope this teaches those liberals like "Get her here and we'll carry her taxes, free love the right to was assembling, and weeks. Not long after, he incidents on recent
supplied "by Republicansin during the Cold-
I Robert King High and Brailey Od- in. We need the votes because these park a car any place, vaccinations Congress" and by "our Re- made his "man" look much overdid it again, and the water campaign.On .

ham never to run for public office coons are turning out two to one. two-day work with seven publican governors." Goldwater less like Goldwater than any doctor gave him the same ad-
other model in the studio he vice, and Barry Goldw ate r
etc. each of one occasion he arrivedat
day ,
again because we don't want 'em. The young college kids are bring- pay is on record as opposing
did that it is furthest took it.
which would attract a ready- several key sections of the repeat an airport late in the night
ing 'em in, bowing and scraping like made vote, the results might bill, which were preservedfrom from his thought to "indicatemy after an exhausting day, and
Crowed State Senator and Starke preference dictate the THISVAS SLIGHTLY over
nothing you've seen before. amaze us. emasculation in the reputedly told his campaign
banker Charley Johns: "The Burns House only by Republicanvotes (party) choice." This enables twenty years ago. Since that manager huffily that he
If we consider why the three Goldwater and his time Goldwater took ratheran
program is a fine thing, includingthe What chance has reason in such a assembled by Minor- supporters would not leave the airplane
states were chosen, the per- to-say In effect that whoevergot active part in the Second until the crowd that
sales tax-and I want to ity Leader Halleck. was
you poisonous environment? spective on Mr. Wallace is World War
the contrary impression flying jet planes; waiting for him was dispersed. -
know I'm for the sales tax straight even more clear.Wisconsin 3. The Eisenhower profilefor ought to be ashamed of himself the same war during which We are presumably to

across the board (medicines and So our 1964 ideal of vigor in the was the site of a the party is of a "man" for interpreting the gen Mr. Rockefeller, his contacts gather from that, and another

foods) so every man can pay his Statehouse, untainted by the Estab- considerable number of Ger- who, without reservation, will eral's product otherwise. Or having nodded, found him- similar episode, that Senator

share." lishment, is dead. And we have man Bunds in the years be- Goldwater is irritable and

reached the time to bury it. fore the Second World War. THE CONSERVATIVE VIEWPOINT maybe even anti social. No-
should This was Fritz Kuhn's pro- toriously, Senator Goldwater
Joyous they be, these mem-
Hitler organization. America is among the most good matured -
bers of the Porkchop Establishment.Their Survivors include 450,000 of us i
The Bund twice
forgets. of men. Is the marathon
man is pledged to sales tax exVoice who will bravely carry on. filled New York's Madison Can You Answer Yes? smile going to count heavily'I

Square Garden to overflow in the race for the White ,.

ing. Its members wore storm House? Undoubtedly Rockefeller -

trooper uniforms including- the By DAVID LAWRENCE one of these private businesses er or as an official of a labor emerging from the airplane

swastika. do you want the rightto union, want agents froma would have hurled himself
of the People Kuhn, a great beer barrelof WASHINGTON Few people serve or refuse to serve federal commission to be out of it and, breakinghis

I a man, was called "T h e will dispute the theory that whomever you please? able to cross examine everybody face wide open, hurled
Fuehrer." He took a gift of discrimination by reason of in your organizationto his arms about whomeverwas

I gold coins to Hitler. He open- race or religion or color hurts 3. IF YOU HAVE located determine whether there here at that midnight

:On The Sun's Opinion Page= ly vowed his allegiance to Hit the pride and feelings of the your restaurant or other pub- has been any "discrimina hour to meet him, with a "Hi

ler and was a traitor to the individuals who are the vic- lic accommodation in a certain tion" in allocating jobs or in ya, feller!" Goldwater chose
Opinions and comments of Sun readers are welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters United States, as were many, tims of' such discrmination. neighborhood whose residents conducting the affairs of a not to do so. No doubt there
must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will b. withheld if requested. A letter should if not most, of the Bund mem But the big question today is happen to be of one color business or a union? would be occasions, should he
not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the poper. Poetry cannot be used. The how to such dis-
Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or bers. introducing and have built up your bus 10. Do as an em- become President of the
crimination without you
iness to attract customers
Intent. United States, when he would
WISCONSIN had numberof new kinds of inequality, ployer, want to be forced by
a from that do wantto
area, you even choose not to smile at
CommissionersWere ed in an accessible public sioners are human too. the federal to hire
F Theyare such Bund and just how far the power of government
chapters be required to serve
every- the Premier of the Soviet Un
place. striving to adjust to a way and law itself should be used to applicants who are atheists
as Georgia Southern states body, regardless of race or ion.
Insulted of life alien to some of them. limit freedom of association even though you yourself hold
These are important stepsin had Klan kIaverns later to color? To put it another way,
They are people caught in the either in life in bus convictions against atheism as
private or
the right direction. Much be declared subversive by the should anyone who operates a IRRITABILTY. Are
EDITOR, Sun: The City trap of personal prestige and iness. a kind of religion that you we
U. S. General. Wis- business be
more needs to be done and Attorney private preventedfrom
conducte d social really sure we want to makean
Commissioners pressures by family and think condones unmorality?
consin had also the residue for busi-
will be. The tide is of discriminating
inevitably "
in before it election issue out of this?
themselves with decorum friends. No one likes to be Congress has a
the 25th evening meet- strong and time is on the side ostracized.But Senator Joe McCarthy's old "civil rights" bill-the most ness reasons and be compelled An affirmative answer to It is scarcely a secret that

May The same cannot be said of those who want change. organization which went far-reaching statute proposedin to go to court in lengthy all of the above questions to- Harry Truman had the worst
for some of the public attend This happier world will human beings have strongly for Governor Wallace.It nearly 100 years. Probably lawsuits to prove what was in days means that the citizen temper in contemporary pol-

come quickly if the vibrancyof marvelous powers for over- had, too, certain anti-Ca- only a small number of per- his mind? would favor adoption of the itics, sufficiently bad to,cause

ing.The grievances presentedto Negro youth and their coming fantastic odds. They tholic and antiSemiticgroups sons throughout the country 4. If you are the owner of pending "civil rights" bill as him to write obscene letters to

the City Commission were young white supporters can have the potential to heal which cheered and voted have had chance to read it one of these "public accom- amended by the proposed domestic music critics. He (

justified and should have re- be carefully leashed in con- themselves. They won't for Wallace. in full, and many of those modations," do you want a "compromise" provisions.Some had the worst temper in t
Unfor- structive thought and action. though if their wounds are In Indiana there was even who have done so possibly itics
ceived prompt action. federal judge, without a jury, of the persons who contemporary p o I
unately some were ignored or The ordeal will be long and sprinkled with the salt of bel- more of a variety of dissenting have gotten lost in some of to be able to put you in prison answer In the negative, however meant to say, until DwIght

sloughed-off. But some action painful however if they allow ligerent action and their in- factions. No Southern its legal phrases and ambig or impose a fine becausehe could still like to see Eisenhower came along: and
themselves the dubious telligent, educated minds state was more under Klan
are uities. failed to obey his the General's. were
did result: says you some form of -"civil rights"
((1) a decision to hold a pub- pleasure of behaving in the insulted with half-baked re control than was Indiana. The There have been many suggestions order not to "discriminate?" legislation passed but with no legendary God help the

lic hearing on the firing of a manner they did at the City marks.I Hoosier state has long been from time to time such extensive power givento man who ran athwart them. r
city employe; Commission meeting. went to that meeting with antilabor. Southern Indianais that legislation of this kind 5. If'you own and occupy a the federal government. I said that Mr. Eisenhower'swas f

(2)) a plan accepted which Nothing could change a the intention of writing a ver- as Southern in race at- ought to be voted upon by the lodging house with six roomsto Those who do not wish any the worst temper when '

attempts to patch-up the teen- 'sympathetic person into a se- batim account of the com titudes as Jackson, Mississippi. people directly through a na- rent, do you want to be legislation by the federal government what I meant to say was that !

time program; sympathetic person into a missioners' actions in a Maryland was the state tional referendum. But how subject to punishment" for leaving such mat his was the worst until Lyn J

(3) an announcement that segregationists faster than a Letter to the Editor, feeling the produced the riots against might the questions be phrased "discrimination, while your ters to the states to handle, don Johnson's whose threshold -

unbiased, outside conusltants few experiences like that. that their remarks alone Abraham Lincoln. -Its eastern in such a referendum: competitor who has only five would of course, vote in the of fury it is widely report

would be brought to ,Gaines Loud clapping, laughing, would be damning enough.I shore has traditionally a reac- rooms to rent is not subjectto negative. ed, ,is somewhere between

ville to aid in its transition catcalls, irrational and downright came away depressed and tionary-conservative area.1bestate's AN EXAMINATION of the such penalties? Frank Sinatra's and Billy

from small town to big city; stupid remarks by some disgusted all right. But not rural and smalltownareas proposed "compromise" 6. Do you want the federal THE ABOVE questions Indicate Hartack's. /

(4) the agreement to who addressed the commissioners with the City Commissioners.I maintained a strongKlan amendments and the 1 a n g u- government to be authorized nevertheless why it is American not
comply with the request that serve only to harden have new respect for them. anti-Negro, anti SemI- age of the House bill which is to cut off funds from a fed- possible for citizens to believein politics are /

city job qualifications be post- existing lines. The commis- PATRICIA W. WILKINSON other tic attitude Southern equal States.to that ii pending before the Senate erally assisted project in your the doctrine of equal rights toriously feels dirty it and Is almost one sometimes -

leads to the conclusion that state and injure all citizens and equal protection of the unpatriotic -
There was no- mystery there are hundreds of ques- alike if what the governmentcalls laws and yet disapprove of to point out just how
POTOMAC FEVERBy about the choice of these three be submittedto dirty they are. Of all thingsto
tions that might "discrimination"
on racial the methods that may be applied -
states. Governor Wallace apparently and fault Goldwater on his J
national referendum
a or religious grounds is if the pending "civil
Jack Wilson, Cowles Washington Bureau had unlimited funds still leave numerous problems proved in a few instances rights" bill is written into law. alleged temperamental disabilities -
for television and publication unsolved that could arise if You could set the
Governor Scranton says the Administration officials are not misleading the distribution. Yet, he the is enacted. 7. If you are an employerwith The referendum idea has stabilizer of every cuckoo-ma

public about Viet Nam..The situation there is just as bad as they say. soundly was defeated in all Though legislation not covering by any 25 or _more employes been used to pass judgment chine .in the world if psychiatry .

three Democratic primaries.The means aH the question that and your business theoretically on many proposals for state by wiring it in to ,Sena.

Postmaster General Gronouski is toying with mailboxes that light up at governor said he was resisting might be submitted, here is a "affects commerce," do legislation, bat no national tor Goldwater's heart and

night. They/d sort of brighten things up, now that the postoffices dose at the threat to local government sample of some on which the you want the federal government referendum on any proposed pulse. Bat that doesn't mat
sundown. and that be opposedthe voters could be asked to an- to limit your right to federal law has ever been ter, does it, when the objective -

sidewalk demonstrations.The ser "yes" or "no": hire or fire your employes taken. Members of Congress in mind is to persuade by

thoughtful man or wom- L Do you want the federal and to set their employment sometimes send out lists of whatever available means, the
There must be people who really do have eyes in the back of their head. an will understand that the government to control who conditions? questions to voters in their respective voters to go against him .

Who else would need those wrap-around sunglasses? reason there are demonstrations shall be customers of hotels, districts to ascertainthe It is bad enough that his pol-

and a need for federal motels, lodging houses, restaurants I. DO YOU THINK it is fair views of constituents on itics are persistently misrepresented -

Russia gives Nasser a $200 million industrial loan-a gentle hint that the civil rights legislation is that c a f eterias, lunch- to let the employer with less pending legislation. The final It is a pity that
soda than 25 employes practice of citizens therefore his character and
local government, at the state rooms lunch counters recourse personalityare
next time Khrushchev comes calling he doesn't want to have to ride in
mongering imperialistic Cadillac. a war- and municipal level, has failedto fountains, gasoline stations, "discrimination" ,while the is to vote every two misrepresented. There
do what is moral and motion picture houses, concert employer of more than 25 em- years for the candidate for are those who wish that certaIn *

right. Governor Wallace's position houses, sports stadiums ployes is prohibited from doing Congress who favor or oppose columnists could be per '

iWintErop Rockefeller Is the favorite son candidate: of tile 'Arkansas GOP poses the gravest threatto aril arenas? sot particular proposals fm: leggy goaded by their doctors to gq 3 ;

Brother Nelson 1* beyond an that-he's bucking to favorite father : ) octal! vpnmeat. :. U,*a wa ot ppenfe .. Dt flit I ft* *. tmtJol. IaUoa. cff for ft rest fare, J' I'

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4 Gainesville,Sun Wednesday, May 27 1964Oiahttsuille

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t 1 ..tY :! fJOHNS inn OF f y Keys : To Ike's Real Intent i -

THE i '

HARHSOV. Predial u* 2te Hark Stmra give "loyal support to the for relating the timing of its ers like everybody and nobody

; FmblUhcri PAT COWLZI. Vk. Prcst- SOUTHByRALPH" By ARTHUR KROCK United Nations In its peace- exposure to the all-important in,the Republican group.

feat;' ED JOHNSON. 'Tie. rrcsldevt keeping efforts" (in the Congo California primary contest between But if' so he has attained this
Florida's Beautiful j'. ... XxeettlT E4iUn W. G. .WHO )WASHINGTON General Rockefeller, a chief ar- '
lai tit';r EBEKSOLE. Ylc TrtlUtfi U4 ,A*. Eisenhower and West Iran as well as chitect of the 1960 platform, state of innocence since he
has drawn what
'University: City' 's- Tertiiinr ,Directors BOB 'TABTAGLIOXE. :McGILCPmliUer in the Middle East). Goldwater and Goldwater, a principal cri- fooled the experts, by getting
Tie Prcildeni Ml Clreml- Prfa w...... Piklteker I 'artists call a "graffito" of the elected president twice, as the
&.. Maaager.I .. urges "serious consideration" tic.
Of tk AtUmUr (Ga.) CMUtttuttoa ideal.Republican presidential candidate :of a minority, par-

THE SUN'S POLICY nominee this year that in at of "weighted voting" in General Eisenhower maybe ty, and by sustaining most ma-
,_ the U. N. to "bring it in line naive, enough politically to jor 'uses of his veto power in
1. Report the fully and Impartially in the news coIumnsT" WallaceProves least 10 of the 24 strokes por-
with new realities" and restore think he had drawn a sketch the three Democratic 'con-
2. Express 'the 'opinions of the Sun, in--but,only! in-editorials., .. trays someone who distinctlyis which would look to all view- gresses during his tenure.
3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues,- -.' not Sen. Barry Goldwaterof it as "both a representative
,. ......
; Arizona. And the general responsible organi
The Sun's telephones All Departments 372-8441 .
": timed, the disclosure of .his zation." .
Wont ,Ads-376-4672 ,, : : ;V. :.: : sketch in, the New: :York = ON THE RIGHT -
4. In foreign,affairs, Eisen
r+ Herald Tribune for the ,week
:; .:: :: hower's sketch is of "a man"
Just before the California:Republican -
: .
7' ." ... Nothing Goldwater'sIrritability
'. tit. ,Defeat ..of an: .IdealThis ',- ;. '. -_ primary when the who win conduct them D'the
stop.', :Goldwater forces. principles that "there is no'

.is an obituary of'an ideal. tension ,to'.soak the?,little,man'inore; In retrospect, Governor could make the most effective ,time for indecision" but also .
George Wallace's appearancein use.of it to their purpose.. "
repeal of inventory and, :intangible "no. ,room impulsiveness.
three selected
shrewdly -
It began with_ an upstart redhead taxes for:r- lief. of the rich;. continued states lacks any fundamental The model of the general's No one knows better than the

from ':Miami. He 'had 'somestartling tax. protection of such vestedin- conclusion, other than that graffito-"a man whoV j 11 general that "impulsiveness,"

terests railroads and in state the collected 'elements uphold, earnestly, and with which could the By WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY, Jr.
as. papermaking any plunge nation
new concepts. And when dedication and conviction, the
of dissent and
and minerals. unnecessarily into war
nobody was looking this month, Jie ment will total anywhere from. principles and traditions of is the most familiar fear voic-, Lo and behold, we are ask- self momentarily drafted.

nibbled his way to shouting distanceof 30 to 40 per cent of the vote. our party. .spelled out at ed about Goldwater by rivals, ed now to worry worry wor- Quickly he whipped his
Why did the little people of length most recently in (our)
the Governor's .:Mansion. Florida There are many prejudices, platform of 1960"-does not at to advance their own interest, ry over the alleged irritability apparatus into shape, slipped -
vote overwhelmingly against their each attracitng ad he rents. all resemble Goldwater in the and by others, in all sincerity.He of Senator Goldwater. That, out of the maws of Se-
ri .; own best economic interests? If we There always are those who knows, too, that Rockefeller -
following particulars: if a nationally syndicated lective Service, and got himself -
But he beat and not like the political "ins.
I yesterday got had to oversimplify, we'd use a single is now pounding away on
beat bad.Robert. 'term And in the Wallace campaignsa 1. He enthusiastically sup- this theme in California. columnist has his way, oughtto a job in Washington fuss-

...... : certain number of Republicans ported the 1960 Republican be an issue for the votersof ing about with Latin American -
> gleefully voted for him national There are a few strokes in Affairs. After the war,
platform of which the California to dwell upon.
King'ing aynot: have The, Negro threat. in order to harrass the Democrat substance, except for original the drawing which depict becomes right up until now, Goldwater
made the best'-administrator in the. $. comments on national defense Goldwater. But they also depict some- continues to fly, submitting

world. But he would ,have been the This hammered home that President Eisenhowerread every active and recep- thing worse than irritabilityin every few years to exhaustive
point was But in the main the Wal-
tive candidate, and every eli- the hands of creative ma- physical and mental tests
gol-dernest honest, straight-forward,. ,again ,and again, by candidate lace vote, of course, was from ord and as a reflection revised on his rec- gible, for the Republican pres- levolence: it is charged by
at his
unpledged' and unbound, freest governor : Burns, as he. termed High the those who opposed the civil idential nomination. All these Now the gravamen of most
angry demand, was the Rocke the same gentleman that Senator
rights from the of his critics' complaints is
of recent history.He "NAACP candidate." And it worked campaigns, feller-Nixon "believe in keeping (federal)
Klan types, and the Birch and "compact government as close to the Goldwater is a fundamentally not that the Senator is.too.
as an easy-to-glue label. It was other right-wing groups, including Avenue. This compact including people as possible. ..makingany unstable human be- volatile, but that he Is too

was, in fact, the first clear- like"throwing a wrench, across a"power the anti-Semitic organ a drastic equal rights call for assistance, first ing. How does he know? Our phlegmatic. That he' is the

F cut candidate against Vested Interests line-it short circuited orderly izations. All such groups flowas proposal, was denounced by on the local then on the informant out that Mrs. man who is just perhaps a
Goldwater the of the points
that Florida offered iron filings to a magnet on eve little too relaxed, a little too
was logical processes and erected:instead convention, as a "surrender," state and only in the final Goldwater wrote recently fora
when they have a candidatewho insensitive, maybe. But the
since Napoleon Bonaparte Browardin resort on the federal" govern-.
the white-hot glare of a common fear. "The Munich of the Republican woman's magazine that her
gives them a chance to gentleman who
ment etc. But from
1904 exactly 60 apart husband ordered by his
years ago. Party, and the "guarantee was
support him. now goes after him would
these, resemblance to the
of defeat in doctors to take a completerest
Putting it in the crudest terms Republican" senator from Arizona is so dif- have us believe that the.,Senator's -
November. (At last ac- cure. Why? He had been
But Tuesday Robert King High was the female election clerk yester- SO THERE was no new con- ficult to detect as to invite the and record those two occasions -
counts Goldwater had not working day night,
got whipped by Jacksonville :Mayor day in Precinct Seven, Sidney Lanier clusion. Governor,Wallace re- changed, these judgments). thought that it was wholly co week after week, as presi- his when he was told by
ceived about the vote antici- incidental. doctors to lay off casts
Haydon Burns. And joy .reigned in School. She leaned over the voter dent of the Goldwater De-
pated. It was well known that 2. General E I s e n how- doubts on his qualificationsto
Porkchop Alley.Chortled books, of which she had custody, the pools of resentment' and er sketched a nominee who However, though General partment Stores, and had ov- wield authority over the

and pleaded with an acquaintance to prejudice were there. They will share his pride in the Eisenhower has gone into er estimated his physicaland nuclear button. But twenty
State Senator and Tallahassee needed only stirring. If the more detail with this profile nervous reserves. So he
get an invalid out to vote: "dramatic leadership" for years ago being twenty
went he had been
banker Wilson Cacraway."I people of any state were to the KennedyJohnson.administration's than was expected until the away, as dates his citicism. He quotes
told to do, for a couple of
National Convention
hope this teaches those liberals like "Get her vote on the propositions of no equal rights legisla- Republican weeks. Not he Time Magazine on two recent
here and we'll her and long after,
carry taxes, free love the right to tion supplied "by Republicansin was incidents, during the Gold-
Robert King High and Brailey Od- in. We made his "man" look much overdid it again, and the
1 need the votes because these park a car any place, vaccina- Congress" and by "our Republican water campaign.On .
ham never to run for public office coons are turning out two to one. tions, two-day work with seven governors." Goldwa less like Goldwater than any doctor gave him the same ad.
etc. of other model in the studio, he vice, and Barry Goldw ate r one occasion he arrivedat
t again because we don't want 'em. The young college kids are bring day pay, ter is on record as opposing
which would attract a ready- several key sections of the did repeat that it is furthest took it.THIS. an airport late In the night
i ing 'em in, bowing and scraping like made vote, the results ,might from his thought to "indicatemy after an exhausting day, and
bill which
:... were preservedfrom
Crowed State Senator and Starke "
nothing WAS
you've seen before. amaze us. emasculation in the preference dictate the SLIGHTLY over reputedly told his campaign
5jij IT": banker Charley Johns: "The Burns choice." This enables Since that
i House only by Republicanvotes (party) twenty years ago. manager huffily that he
1 31- program is a fine thing, including What chance has reason in such a If we consider why the three assembled by Minor- Goldwater and his supportersto time Goldwater took ratheran would not leave the. airplane
states were chosen, the perspective say In effect that whoever active in the' Second
part until the crowd
jj the sales tax-and I want you to poisonous environment? ity Leader Hall ck; that was
t l know I'm for the sales tax straight on Mr. Wallace is got the contrary impression World War, flying jet planes; waiting for him was dispers
even more clear. '3. The Eisenhower profile ought to be ashamed of himself the same ,war during which ed. We are presumably to

r across the board (medicines and So our 1964ideal of vigor in the Wisconsin was the site of a for the party is'of a "man" for interpreting the. gen Mr., Rockefeller, his contacts gather" from that, and another

t foods) so every man can pay hiss Statehouse, untainted by the Estab- considerable number 'of Ger- who, without reservation,'willCOLORED eral's ,product otherwise. Or having nodded, found him- similar episode, that Senator

share." lishment, is dead. And we have man Bunds in the years be- Goldwater is irritable and

I reached the time to bury it. fore the Second World War. Ferguson, pastor. Following; maybe even anti social. No-
NEWSB. the services, there will be a
B Joyous should they be, these mem- This was Fritz Kuhn's pro- fellowship hour. toriously, Senator Goldwater
Hitler organization. America is among the most good
I na-
bers of the
I Porkchop Survivors
include 450,000 of us, forgets* The Bund twice, tured of men. Is the marathon
I Their man is pledged to sales tax ex- who will bravely carry on. filled New York's Madison F. Childs, Colored News Editor w BAPTIST MEETINGThe smile going to count heavily
: Baptist Brotherhood
Square Garden to overflow- PERSONALSMrs. 1 GRADUATION EXERCISESThe in the race for theV bite
monthly worship services w 11 )
ing. Its members wore storm Carrie Guilford, or New Graduation Exercises for be held at the Friendship Baptist .House? Undoubtedly Rockefeller .

trooper uniforms including the York City, recently arrived In the kindergartens and the Promotional Church today at 8 p.m. emerging from the airplane .

Voice of I swastika. the city visiting with relatives Program for the Sixth I The public Is invited. would have hurled himself
People Kuhn, a great beer barrelof and friends. grade at the A. Q. Jones Elementary out of it and, breaking

I a man, was called coT h e Mrs. Ora Dunlap, a teacher School will be held I LACROSSE NEWS his face wide 'open, hurledhis

Fuehrer." He took a giftof in'the'Shell Elementary'School, Tuesday, June 2, at 6:30 p. mat arms about whomever

I gold coins to Hitler. He open- Hawthorne, was a business 'visitor the school. ConvalescingTroy was- hereat that midnighthour
On The Sun's Wells who
was a
Opinion Page=== ly vowed his allegiance to Hit- in Gainesville yesterday. The public is invited to attend In the is patient to meet him, with a "Hi
hospital, now at
ler and was a traitor to the Mr. and Mrs. James R. Barnettand ; this affair. ya, feller!" Goldwater chosenot.
Opinions and comment of Sun read.rs.or. welcome In the Voice of the People column his home at LaCrosse, and was
United States-as were to do .. No ,
-many, son, Fred, all of Ham so. doubt there
be sign.d and bear the writer''oddress.
must Names .
will be withheld if requested. A letter should reported as improving.Mr.
not exceed 500 words and must be written on.only I 'one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The if not most, of"the Bund mem-, don;. Conn., arrived here yes-, CLUB NOTICEThe ..Wells' friends are askedto would be occasions, should he

Sun._&__reserves&. the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, 'without changing the writer's meaning or bers. terday as guests of Mrs. Bar.I White Rose Club of the visit him.! Mrs..Doris' Reed, become President of the
: '"Ten. nett's relatives for two weeks. Mt. Carmel Baptist Church reporter., United States when he would

. f CommissionersWere ed in an accessible public sioners are human too. They WISCONSIN had a numberof Mrs. Jane Williams returnedto will sell breakfasts Sunday from even choose not to smile at

place. are'striving to adjust to a way such Bund chapters _- the city yesterday from Wash 7 ajn to 9 a.m. in the dining the Premier of the Soviet Union
Insulted of life alien to some of them. as Georgia and Southern states ington, D. C after a two-week room of the church. HAWTHORNE NEWS .
These are important stepsin had Klan klaverns later to 'visit with her Mrs. Annual Awards
They are people caught in the daughter, The price of breakfasts is 60 Day
EDITOR, Sun: The City the right ,direction. Much trap of personal prestige and be declared'subversive by the Madge Simmons. cents and 75 cents. Mrs. Annie Mrs. K H. Henderson, teacher IRRITABILTY. Are we

Commissioners conducted more needs to be done'and social pressures by family and U. Attorney General. Wisconsin Mrs. Helen Jones. and son, Rose Strappier, president, Mrs: at East Palatka Elementary really sure we want to makean
themselves with decorum in inevitably will be. The tide is had also the residue fif, flown here Esther Hamm School, will be the principal election
friends. No one likes to be Jim of Miami, were reporter. issue out of this?
the May 25th evening meet- strong and time is on the side ostracized.But Senator Joe McCarthy's old ,yesterday on a brief visit and speaker for the Annual Awards It is scarcely a secret that

Ing. The same cannot be said of those who'want change. organization which went ;outing with friends. CLUB MEETINGThe Day program Friday May 29, Harry Truman had the worst

for some of the public attend- This happier world will human beings, have, strongly for Governor Wallace.It Mrs. Mary Sullivan flew yes- Frances Robinson Clubof at Shell Elementary School at temper in contemporary politics -
come quickly if the vibrancyof marvelous powers for overcoming had, too, certain anti-Ca- 1:30 p.m.
I terday to Nashville, Tenn., on the Mt. Carmel Baptist sufficiently bad to cause
ing.The grievances presentedto Negro youth and their fantastic odds. They tholic and antiSemiticgroups ',a two-week vacation with her Church will meet with Mrs. Esther Mrs Henderson is to speak him to write obscene letters to

the City Commission were young white supporters can have the potential to heal which cheered and vot- aunt, Mrs. Mary Fields, and W. Hamm, of 233 N. W. from the subject, "L amp domestic music critics. He

justified and should have received be. carefully leashed in con- themselves. They won't ed for Wallace.In I other relatives. '7th Place, on Monday at 8 p.m. Lighters" according to Mrs. L. had the worst temper In

prompt action. Unfor- structive thought and action. though if their' wounds are Indiana there was even Miss Mary Hunt and Miss During the meeting, there Y. Hutchinson, chairman of the contemporary p o 1 tics, I

unately some were ignored or The ordeal will be long and sprinkled with the salt of belligerent more of a variety of dissent- 'Mae James, both of Deland, will be a membership roll of awards day-program. meant to say until Dwight

sloughed-off. But some action painful, however, if they al- action and their in- ing factions. No Southern 'were sightseeing in the Univer all members taken. Rev T. A. The annual Awards Day was Eisenhower came along: and

did jesult: low themselves the dubious telligent, educated minds are state was more under Klan ,slty City yesterday. Wright, pastor; Mrs. EstherW designed by 0. H. Jones, principal the General's rages were

(1) a decision to hold a public pleasure of behaving in the Insulted with half-baked re- control than was Indiana. The Mrs. Charles Roberts, of Tam Hamm, reporter.ANNIVERSARY to pay tribute to persons legendary God help the

I hearing on the firing of a manner they did at the City, marks. Hoosier state has long been J pa, whose visit here for the who have excelled in academicand man who ran athwart them.

city employe; --* .Commission. meeting. -.I went to that meeting with antilabor. Southern Indiana J past two weeks has been pleasant other areas during the I said that Mr. Eisenhower'swas

(2) a plan accepted which : Nothing could change a the Intention of writing a ver- is as Southern in race at- left yesterday for her The Juvenile Lodge No. 113 school year.Following the worst temper, when

attempts patch-up the.teen- sympathetic person into a se- batim account of the com titudes as Jackson, Mississippi. j home. 'will celebrate its anniversary the main address what I meant to say was that

time program; sympathetic person into, a .missioners' actions in a Maryland was the state Mrs. Marie Hannon, of PittSburgh Sunday, June 7, at the Mt. Mor- and musical selections, Mr. his was the worst until Lyn-
(3) an announcement that segregationists faster than a Letter to the Editor, feeling the produced the riots against Pa., was visiting wither iah Baptist Church. Sims and Mrs. Jones will present don Johnson's whose, thresh-

unbiased, outside conusltants few experiences like that. that their remarks alone Abraham Lincoln. Its eastern mother, Mrs H. E. Chestnut There will be an outstanding scharters to the Cub Scouts old of fury, it is widely reported -

would be brought to Gaines Loud clapping, :laughing,. would be damning enough.I shore has traditionally a rea : on N. W. 8th Street, program rendered during the and Brownie Clubs. Other agen- is somewhere between

ville to aid in Its transition catcalls, irrational and down, came away depressed and tionary-conservative area. The an Mothers' Day. anniversary. Each member is cies or organizations will also Frank Sinatra's and Billy
from small town to big city; right'stupid remarks-by some disgusted all right. But not state's rural and smalltownareas asked to pay 25 cents. I be present to make presenta- Hartack's.

(4) the agreement to who addressed the commissioners with the City Commissioners.I maintained a strong DAYTONA[ BEACHCommencement The parents and also friendsare tions to individuals who have
comply with the request that serve only to harden have new respect for them. Klan anti-Negro, anti Semi- Calendar invited. Miss A. L. Sim- qualified for citations. Mrs. L American politics are notoriously -

city job qualifications be post existing lines. The commis- PATRICIA W.. WILKINSON tic attitude equal to that ii The Commencement Calendar mons, president; Mrs. P. L Y. Hutchinson, Chairman, O. dirty,,and one some
other Southern States. it the Bethune Cookman College Scott, conductress and re- H. Jones, Principal. times feels it is almost. un

" There was no mystery I is as follows: Wednesday, porter; Rev. L. A. Tillxnan, patriotic point out just how
POTOMAC FEVER about the choice of these three May 27, Senior Consecration, pastor. dirty they are. Of all things

states. Governor Wallace apparently r:30 p.m., Gertrude Hotchklss MUSICAL PROGRAMThe to fault Goldwater on his

By Jack Wilson, Cowles Washington Bureau had unlimited funds Keynchkill Memorial Chapel; CONVALESCINGMrs. Supreme Angels., spirit of alleged temperamental disabilities -

I for television and publication rhursday, May 28, Senior Out- Sussana Chisholm, of Memphis, and the Traveling You could set the
Scranton the Administration officials not misleading the
I Governor says are distribution. Yet, he ng, Beach; Friday, May 29, :N. W. 6th Ave., who ism in Echoes are being presented in stabilizer of every cucko , public about Viet Nam. The situation there is just as bad as they say. soundly was defeated in all Alachua the Zion chine in the world If
J J unior-s nior Prom, 8 p. m., the General Hospital, a musical concert at psychiatry
i three Democratic primaries. Moore Gymnasium; Saturday, was reported as much improved. Temple A3!SL Zion Church today : by wiring it in to Sena-

Postmaster General Gronouskl is toying with mailboxes that light up at The' governor said he was re- Hay 20, Student Achievement Mr. Freeman, who was a pa- at 8 pjn. This is the greatest tor Goldwater's heart and

J night. They'd sort of brighten things up, now that the postoffices close at sisting the threat to local government 1 Jour, 10 ajn., Gertrude Hotch-1 tient in the Veterans' Hospital, array of outstanding singJ J pulse. But that doesn't mat-

sundown. and that he opposed kiss: Heyn :Memorial Chapel; :at Lake City, was reported as ers ever heard in this' dry in I ter, does it, when the objective -
r the sidewalk demonstrations. (General Alumni Meeting, 2p.m. j improving At his home here. the same program.It j In mind Is to persuade by

The thoughtful man or woman .. Rooms 5 and 6 Moore is a benefit feature therefore 1 whatever available.means, the
There must be people wHo really do have eyes in the bade of tHeir Head.Who will understand that the Symnasinm; Alumni Reunion J Janquet. INSTALLATION SERVICESThe a donation of $1.25 in ad- voters to go against him .

else would need those wrap-around sunglasses? reason there are demonstra-! Class of "4", 7 pjn. officers and members of vance or $1.50 at the door will J It[ is bad enough that his polo

tions and a need for federal Faith Hall Dining Room; Sun- j the Woman's Society of Christian be accepted itics are persistently misrepresented

Russia gives Nasser a $200 million industrial loan-a gentle hint that the civil rights legislation is that lay, May 31, Senior-Alumni j Service of the Mt. Pleasant Get tickets at the usual' It is a pity that

next time Khrushchev comes calling he doesn't want to have to ride in a war- local government, at the state Breakfast, 9 a.m Faith Han ]ethodist Church, which include places. For further information, ]his! character and personalityare
mongering imperialistic Cadillac. and municipal level, has failed [)ining Room; Baccalaureate I all circle members, are call Deacon M. J. Hollis, Fr. misrepresented. Thereare
to do what is moral and S Service: 3 pjn. Moore Gynvlasium .asked to be present at the 2-0561) sponsor; or Wesley My2 those who wish that certain -

right. Governor Wallace's position II: ; and Monday, June 1, I church today at 7:30 p m. for installation ers, FR. 6-3033 or Rev. W. L. t: columnists could be persuaded

.Winthrop,Rockefeller is the favorite son candidate of the Arkansas GOP, poses the gravest.threatto Commencement Exercises, 40u J services which will ,Souder, pastor,. FR. 63110. by their doctors to P

Brother.. Nelson la beyond all that .he's bucking for favorite father. .... .__ local government u: xn. Moore Grm''' Tmr "I{ contacted by.! BeT, w. M. Come early and get seat*. oft for a rest cure,*' .

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e 641i By F. T. MACMFEELY Burns was the first mayor of land June 6, Burns and his family
i I 1y b7w JACKSONVILLE (APHay- Deserted by Negro a city below the top 10 in population plan to indulge in their favorite

'1 a I don Burns, once a favorite of to be president of the U.S. hobbyfishing.His .

Negro voters, won the Democratic Voters After Conference of Mayors. wife, Mildred;'son Bill, 17:

1 7r nomination as governor of Flareups Burns, a slender 6-foot-2, is a and daughter, Mrs. Lloyd Wat-

Florida after a campaign basedon good story teller and a convinc- kins and her husband are all
, tough-talking opposition to
avid fishermen.
the Negro rights movement.'I And, although Negroes ob- in 500 firemen as special deputies -ing speaker. He is serious for
,. t BtAip 1 iTlf k kni6t1 the most part in public but has
. viously went heavily against him to back up his stand. Burns still faces another elec-
am not a racist; I am nota in Tuesday's Democratic gubernatorial an infectious smile. tion in November against State

bigot," said the tall, slender, primary, he won by a Burns' impressive appear After he attends the National Rep. Charles Holley of St. Pet-
52-year-old mayor of Jackson- margin of 169,000 with slightlymore ance, forceful personality, abili-Governors Conference at Cleve- ersburg. But Republicans ha'emade
:ville. But he ty to get things done and recordof
promised an un- than a million votes cast. no more than a token
bending fight against the civil Negroes deserted him in Jack- city progress were in his showing for nearly a century in

., ,rights bill. sonville after the city sold its favor in the campaign.He Trash Bin the Florida governor's race.
also had a $626,000.cam-
golf courses and closed its
He lost no opportunity to describe paign fund that made his foe's
-4 swimming pools rather than
I his opponent, Mayor Rob- accede -$194,000 seem puny. And he had Fire Doused NOOPEN
to federal court orders to
ert King High of Miami, as "the been running for governor ever 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.
; f yy NAACP candidate," and to tell integrate.The since he finished third in 1960. A trash bin fire caused a lot ALL YOUR FAVORITE

1 his listeners along the cam- fact that the city accepted Burns coined the phrase "The of smoke but little damage early BRANDS
7N paign trail that he would be integration of other facilities Jacksonville Story" to describethe this morning at the Food Fair O Liquors

elected by a huge margin of the such as the Gator Bowl football 1 city's progress in transforming supermarket at 929 N Main St.,I Wines

voters "the white ones, thatis. stadium and indoor coliseum : the waterfront on the St. according to the Gainesville Fire'Department. 0 Beer

." was offset by violent racial bat- .Johns River from a squalid succession FREE DELIVERY
In his 15 years as mayor, tles on the city streets in 1960 I of rundown docks into a The Department said some
A Hot Time Burns was elected four times and again in March of this year. 1 beautiful bulkheaded face of water damage occurred to the PAUL'S

with strong Negro support. Last He told Negroes they had no ,downtown lined by modern market when the 5:22 a.m. fire Store
While Haydon Burns campaign workers whooped it up as voting returns he again won with- to sitat and Package
year easily right segregated res- buildings, parking lots a set off an automatic sprinkler
proved conclusively that the Jacksonville Mayor's campaign for the Democratic out it. taurants and hotels and swore park. system. 1318 E. University Ave.

nomination for governor caught fire, so did his Alachua County Campaign ...
Headquarters. The Gainesville Fire Department estimated $1,500 damage to --.r "J

i the headquarters building at 301 S. Main St. resulting from a 4:30 a.m. blaze

that started in a bathroom. The cause of the fire was not determined. The build-
Ing is owned by Lodge 20 of the Knights of Pythias.Gubernatorial.


Hot Race

Got a Mite Too Hot HereBy

JEAN CARVER convention lost 289-255. I

Sun Staff Writer r Burns Wins Democrats with no other

They were so happy with their slates to choose from, went for 1 I
53 Lyndon B. Johnson's nomination Wld' MVAV
per cent-vote victory here _
last night that supporters near- 3-2 in County for the presidency with a

ly burned down Haydon Burns' total of 7,190. I

Main Street headquarters. ; Race by race, these are the'
precinct 20, 376-90 and
Firemen doused a cigaret fire unofficial returns
21, 260-97; Alachua, 44M66 and I ,v
at Burns headquarters early this I
t morning but reported the dam- Waldo, 188-63. GOVERNOR'S RACE-Burns, By Popular Demand
Wayne Carlisle, chairman of ,
age was slight. They said the 9,526; High, 6,756. I II
the Burns Alachua
com- -
fire probably started after lastnight's COUNTY Neiv Store Hours
mittee, was "delighted, tickledto COMMISSIONj ,
victory party at cam- death" with the unofficial re- Brandon, 7,746; Thompson,
paign headquarters. turns last night. 5,931. "
Supporters of the Jacksonville LBJ SLATE7,190.. I 8 a.m.-II
"This was a fine turnout andI \ ///J' p.m.
We Meetor
mayor here were all smiles as am very proud," Carlisle said GOP DELEGATIONS Un- \
Burns swept all but eight of Ala- he predicted a larger turnout in
i I pledged, 289; Goldwater, 255. Beat All \
chua County's 32 precincts. November and a "tremendous DEMOCRAT COMMITTEEMAN -

Burns beat Miami Mayor Ro- landslide for Haydon Burns." Barker, 618; Broderson AdvertisedPrices

bert King High 9,536 to 6,756 in Carlisle expressed appreciation 126; Broward, 371; Carrie -

unofficial totals that will be can-I to Burns supporters in the 80; Cleveland, 142; Fair, in ALL PRICES
vassed today. Officials said last county. 179; James, 1,358; Kennedy, Area TheUfltVCZ51t9bin
the 408 bsentee ballots The first precinct to report to
night 483; Kilgore, 126; McCoy, 145; GOOD THRU
could not, change the results. Registration Supervisor Mrs. Rodgers, 203; Roosevelt, 1,670;
High's victories were all in Alma Bethea was LaCrosse pre- Sweat, 287 and Whitehurst, 1,007. MAY 30
Gainesville. He defeated Burnsin cinct 2 at 7:20 p.m. The two DEMOCRAT COMMITTEEWOMAN SORRY U.S. 441 South .

J. J. Finiey precinct 5, Sidney High Springs precincts wrap- Baker, 1,286; :
Lanier precinct 7, School ped up the 32-precinct tally at Cramer, 1,608; Evans, 898 and' No Deliveries "9F [If \\
Administration precinct 13, Girl 9:30: last night. McCall 1,020.REPUBLICAN. fRanklin 26333DON'T
Scout Headquarters, precinct High supporters who were on COMMITTEEMAN -!

16, Buchholz Junior High precinct hand at the registration officeto Cramer, 179; Roberts,
25, Littlewood School calculate the returns were
precinct 26, Voting Machine obviously disappointed at the re- 166.REPUBLICAN COMMITTEEWOMAN -

Warehouse precinct 28 and Flor- sults. Morris, 178;
ida Union precinct 31. "Burns ran a real fine race," Salmon, 154.Flol.ida. Q
Strongest High precincts were High steering committee mem-
the School Administration Build- ber Selig"Goldin said. "We wish
him well. Vote
ing's. 621 to Burns' 232 and the
Union Goldin said he was pleased
University Florida tallyof
with the turnout for the Miami
for Burns. LIMIT
and 83
314 for High I
In Gainesville Burns' strongest mayor and said High did better In CongressBy

.wins, at Lake Forest I than workers expected.On .. .
School, 496-91; Howard Bishop) hand for the tally last THE ASSOCIATED PRESS : ._ __ _H__. ._ _- _, _-' '-9
843"483; Recreation Center, night was C. 0. Todd, a deputy How Florida Congressmenwere

323381 and Kirby Smith, 465118.: supervisor assigned to observethe recorded as voting on re- : -
county election by Sec. of 9.7
Burns dominated the county cent roll calls: .
precincts with Island Grove's State Tom Adams. Adams sent On Curtis R-Neb., amendments

precinct 9 reporting. an overwhelming deputies into every county after adopted 36-33, provid-
75-9 total. In New- reports of election irregularities ing that any three members of G&W
in the May 5 primary.Mrs. 1/2 PINT BASKET
berry it was Burns 313-88; Haw- the Senate Rules Committeemay SEAGRAMS
Bethea said Todd commended require a witness to tes-
221-150 High Springs
thorjie, ; the procedures in the tify. Against: Holland. Not SEVEN No Limit Sale!

18 precincts he observed."It voting: Smathers.On .

Executioner thrilled my heart," Mrs. Williams R-Del., resolution BOURBONS 7CROWN

Bethea said. tabled 42-33, to broadenthe
In Texas DiesHUNTSVILLE Briefly, this is what the unof- scope of the Bobby Baker STAR I
ficial returns show: investigation (the Curtis amend- GINS
TeL (AP- Almost as many Democrats ment was tied to this resolutionand
The. executioner for the Texas voted in the governor's race died with it). Voting to Whiskey BLENDS
prison system, Capt. Joe Byrd, this time as did on :May 5. In table were: Holland. Voting:

died Tuesday ofa: _heart.attack the first primary 17,251 Democrats Smathers. 3.57 3.87
at the age of 78. voted in the governor'srace HOUSE Reg. 5.00 5TH VODKAS Reg. 5.20 5TH
Byrd's role as official executioner and yesterday, the unoffi On rejection 181,198, of an
cial total was 16,462. amendment to the agriculture -
was a closely guarded I __ _. __ _: I
Alachua County
secret until his death. Officials Republicans in apropriations bill to provide - -
not necessarily supporting -' million for construction i
how times are $1.6 ofa
declined had thrown to say the electric many chair Barry Goldwater. The Gold- national peanut research!II fll JL J41ItLI
he water pledged slate for the GOPCouutv I center at Dawson, Ga. for the"!
amendment: Bennett, Fascell,'

Fuqua, Gibbons, Gurney, Haley, U
Precinct Vote Herlong, Matthews, Pepper,' 90 PROOF

., Rogers, Sikes.. | HAiG Philadelphia
Burns High Not voting: Cramer. | L = CALVERTGIN :
Precincts On rejection, 186-187 of motion .
Waldo 188 63 to recommit agriculture itfi 8 Yrs. OldBlend .
1. 177 65 t! j
2. Ia Crosse appropriation bill to committeewith &
Alachua __ 441 166 instructions to insert lang-:, : .
4. Kirby Smith School 465 118 uage to prevent use of any: : 'T .
512 516 funds for of HAIG
5. J. J. Finley School payment export'
Newberry _. 313 88 subsidies on any surplus agri-, s =
6. J
39-4 466 cultural commodities sold to 86.8 Proof '
Lanier School ; 3.27 : !
1. Sidney |
221 150 Communist countries unless 3 27 5TH
8. Hawthorne ----- .. "
9 5 17 4.40
Grove 7S approved by the president and-: 5TH REG.
9. 175 73 reported to'Congress. For the I Reg. 7.15 REG. 4.60

10.1 n. Archer scan oPY 220 118 motion: Bennett, Fascell Gib-1 ;(t

Foster School m 603 bons, Gurney, Haley, Herlong,
12. Stephen 232. 621 and Rogers. Against: Pepper,: '
sChool Adr 1. : Ii
13. ''
Melrose 93 19 Sikes. Answered present: Mat JJL SPECIALCLUB
U. 35 thews and Not
6C Fuqua. voting:
Rochglle ._ .. (-
412 Cramer. i :
1615.. Girl Scout Hut 127 On passage 311-64, of $5,182..1;

17. Gainesville High 111' 66 665,000 Agriculture Department ; .1
18 Arredondo I FIVE FLAG
Heights. ,52', :' 19 appropriation bill. For Fuqua, OLD .
19. Orange I
2 0. High. Springs (City Hall) ....... 376, 90 Gibbons. Matthews, Pepper,1Sikes. :.
Against: Bennett, Fas-|
260 97
Clinic ,
21. High Springs ( ) -40 f"- 15 cell, Gurney, Haley, Herlong! ST. CROIX I
Z2. Campville 950restlvood ; 303 and Rogers. Not voting: Cra-l!! VODKA :
23 p, K. Yonge mer. 400
24. ti School 409 375

26.25. Littlewood B.lchholz! _School 251 437 :326 454 Aid for Congo I i RUM' 80 Proof ..::: 1 f

27 Recreation: Center 323 181 WHISKEY Reg. 4.19 :.__
38, VOting Machine Warehouse .. .,..... .... 372 490 UNITED NATIONS, N.Y.; .
!9. lloward Bishop 843 483 (AP-The United Nations plans,
496 91 to send about 900 Nigerian! 3.17 2.77 w.
30. Lake Forest School 4.95 3 5/ .5TH Reg. 4.95 5TH 5THIi
31. F1Klda: Union (UF) 83. 314 troops to help the Congo army Reg. .
32. SC Michael's Church 127 90 I restore order in rebellion torn I

tOTALS;: ,536 6,9".6; Kivu Province.

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i trous mourning soccer at home game with in his Peru wife is 7pc. Bronzetone. table extends to full 60in.

and two daughters for a week.

"Then I want to see my
Priest," said Angel Eduardo
Pazos "I want to be sure the
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i because a Peruvian player had
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toward Pazos.
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game. Rioting began.
x "The police had to use tear C.R At' FtS MAR
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Pool with
Mrs. Grant noted that many Swimming
magazines have begun recently .

J1 schools to and feature education.discussions But, she of : Save 12% on Vinly Asbestos Tile

said, if "these people were really Diatomite FilterBonderized Il I
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Why_ Rockefeller, First 'Wife- Split- -- She Shunned the Political Life't. -. ... _, 1J

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f I Nl'ntlark mbttt g by Frank Gervasi published by professional politics" that led fearful that'if Nelson took up a in Reno Nev., on .the groundsof At no time has Rockefellerever Rockefeller aides have said state.
r I I WASHINGTONThe- first Atheneum. A former newspaperand her to question her husband's political career, it might adversely extreme mental cruelty. The indicated any reason for the Gervasi book is not an "au I Gervasi is the
decision to seek the affect their closed and the on governor'snational
magazine correspondent governor family proceedings were
authoritative of the divorce, he has "
suggestion why although thorized ,
biography. However campaign staff now. A:
of New York in 1958. IiI all sealed "
worked the
Gervasi has
on ; papers .
II Nelson A. Rockefeller's first e.The been willing to discuss brieflyits "The Real Rockefeller" is con spokesman said he took a leave
\ wife divorced him has Rockefeller staff during two "Mrs. Rockefeller littleof Rockefellers announcedtheir On 5, the effect his
1 appeared saw May 1963 governor on political career sidered close to such a treat of absence during the time he
4 in a new biography of the New campaigns. politicians" Gervasi writes. decision to part on Nov. married the former Mrs.Marga- from time to time. The first ment. Its author joined the wrote the biography and did
I I I York governor. The biography states flatly "She preferred the company of 19, 1961, after a marriage of 31 retta Filler Murphy who had Mrs. Rockefeller has made no Rockefeller staff in 1962 and I not resume his political work
. / The book is "The Real Rockefeller that Mary Tod Hunter Clark professional business, literaryand years. On March 16, 1962. Mrs. divorced Dr.James S. Murphy, statement since the announcement worked on his successful reelection -until after its completion this
: .I ," a campaign biography Rockefeller had a "distaste for artistic people. She was Rockefeller obtained a divorce the previous April 1. of the divorce plans. campaign in New York spring. ,

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I( WASHINGTON (AP) -Demo speech pointing with pride to

crats gaily chorused "Once in If So It's past accomplishments of Democratic
Love with Lyndon" as they presidents and promising
poured an estimated million dol- great things for the future.
lars .into the party treasury $100 a Plateuted
But incumbent, he did
as an
Tuesday night and heard President -
Johnson stop just shortof not view with alarm anything, FreezersI-I

declaring what everyone at least the $1 million predicted -past, present or future.

knows: that he plans to be in advance.But He said: "Our legacy from the
around for four more years. Johnson with tongue firmly past is our faith in the future. -
in cheek, insisted it was not a From Jefferson to Kennedy we
Republicans were singing an- political shindig. in this hall have received that w

other-tune... "This show is open to anyone legacy-a torch passed from one SAVE 21.95 !

who wants to contribute $100 to generation to the next.
t They charged that career government -
that torch
/ employes had been the said.Democratic campaign," he proudly toward us carry our vision .of the -- 17.2 Cu. Ft.
pressured into taking part in : V Rni-;)V Big
said. future. d' """' !
I the :J100--ticket Democratic ,
i frolic On the serious side, Johnson As Democrats glowed Republican II i .;' r''<;J""."'A.;_ t:"" .., 'At"D 11, !. .lt": tiiiiII --

I The:festivities were part of icant told the moment.crowd, "This You are is a gather-signif- Delaware Sen.glowered John J. and Williams tried of to ;!5,Gi.;' :'f',-. 1 rix.,.,. "\,: ': :': ; I.;: : 1 I Regular": 219.95-3 Days Only :-

fund-raising efforts expected to ing as'one Democratic adminis- get a Senate investigation of re- II t 1 "; Ift1JBL14t: hil II r

net more than $3 million this tration draws to a close-and as ported solicitation of career gov- I c-. I Qill ; ..... .. __ ; .:;, 11111n :
weekJor the 1964 Democratic we for another four ernment employes to buy ticketsto .... ""IIl 1 nM a"" 11111j -
presidential campaign. A rerun years prepare of Democratic leader- the fund-raising affair. I I I. c: I (@f I: ; j! ''d'm. D, Ah\II :
of the whole show is scheduledThurS c--! ; -
Williams introduced a resolu-
ship. \ j 'II'' t \1 f"'r-..
ay night in New York. Departing from his prepared tion in the Senate Tuesday ask- i "" -. .; ..
Some 6,000 turned out for the text the President who never ing Atty. Gen. Robert F. Ken- ,: !J:" ...'.',-""?-' > 't-d i $ _
: star-filled "Salute to Johnson" officially has said he will be a nedy to determine whether solic- 1tA : ;': t nnnl illDLnnnnnr _

show at the District of Columbia candidate next fall added: itation of career employes is a ,....-'- .t...._ -- ..-.>': rt J .:," .. ..rl. !. .;
Armory, with 750 ;persons on "I hope that you are all goingto violation of the law. : ...te.,., ,-. .:=- -- lt l .-- .. ,-- I II -
hand for the earlier l,000-a- be with me for these years of Democrats refused to let 'r""". ..-- ::: : l -- 0\:': ...l"II".IrfU""1--- '"
plate dinner with the President.No achievement that are yet to Williams' resolution come to a ..5'._.\\-l- [;;:.. ='1 ;::". f fl
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the festivities probably contrib- Johnson spent much of his endar. .
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If Confidence Can Swing !t l5:!i ... t 1 ;;.'I : / ,, ::' ... --._ ---.i...._ .. ,. NO MONEY DOWN

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he could win the i? ::. -0 r. 4 ,' JACK BELL fornia's vital Republican presidential publicly-that r :
il" : By primary next Tuesday.The nomination for himself. 1 \ t }, K -.j .tj 1) G II I e Flush door hinging, magnetic: gasket
LOS ANGELES (AP) Gov. willIng I '141J cold control
Nobody around him was !.J t i; lifT' : Adjustable
Nelsoir Rockefeller apparently New York governor has to admit it aloud but until r
believes he has welded a tossed overboard the underdogrole Oregon came along and Cali- -< 0-::: Your "Supermarket at Home"
, I responsibility key that will unlock he played expertly in winning fornia began to look good, the J 7 =

the doors to victory in Cal-' the May 15 Oregon .... .... .... for food 'less often
Rockefeller operation was regarded fY ..... .....' .. 'u. ':;\'::;:... Owning a freezer means shopping
.if primary. In that contest he by the political pros as .".No..u. u'm. :.. '. I :::--:: rtI and taking best advantage of grocery bargains.? When '
damaged beyond practical repair -little more than a desperate effort : ." : .._..''t. --- you entertain you can have food prepared In advance
... .
the potential candidacy of .,...- by main in
Governors to stop Goldwater.The J( lm 11i UUlt, and frozen. time preparing courses
U.S. Ambassador Henry Cabot ..:=.::.: U\\\\ U lm n n)( ) quantity and freezing the extra P orticn. Have more
Lodge. pros are not ready quite nU (!u( .''jImUa)()! { !> > I food on hand always be prepared when unex-
, Briefed On yet to go along but Rockefeller's :- -- pected guests drop in. Enjoy these advantages-and w
Rockefeller now is reported people are talking opti- many more-by being a Coldspot Freezer owner.
highly confident he can handily mistically of getting the nom-
SE Asia defeat Sen. Barry Goldwater ination for their candidate. Theyare
R-Ariz., in next week's voting bearing down on the point

, WASHINGTON (APPres) and thus blight the Arizona con- that the governor really be-

ident Johnson has given Republican servative's burgeoning drive for lieves he can beat President 31.95 Off 14.2 Cu. Ft.w

't on conditions senators in a special Southeast briefing Asia. ed the for 655 the convention presidential votes nomina need- Johnson suggesting in November.that Goldwater They and are .

1 tion.
some other potential nominees

They were summoned to the Rockefeller's public predictionthat have no such faith in their

'4 White House Tuesday after Senate if he wins California's 86 prowess.

c Republican leader Everett votes in Tuesday's balloting he Rockefeller told a Young Re- -
;t M. Dirksen of Illinois said in a will have 400 convntion voteson publican audience in the swank Coldspot -.

t statement that "indecision is the first ballot is privately Beverly Hilton Hotel Tuesday

i dribbling away both American chalked up in his own camp as night that the issue in his headon 4 _
lives and American prestige" in a booboo. battle with Goldwater is
the area. "whether the Republican partyis
Even if he can field all of NewYork's
going to move forward in the
The session was held amid 92 votes-of which thereis t ft: ,
mainstream of "
public life or t >F c c 4
persistent reports that the Johnson some doubt-Oregon's 18 and I __> _
whether it will pull off into a .;.
I administration is in the pro California's 86 would give him I i _
small eddy, pulled there by a W r. r
cess of making new decisions on just 196. He probably would go i
small minority in the party.
U.S. policy moves in Southeast over the 200 mark but would: Refrigerator Freezer
Rockefeller but
got polite not 4r r
still be a distant second to Gold-
I Asia.A water on the first countdown al,. exactly enthusiastic applause ji; II L1( -i III V :
White House statement said when he said that Goldwater-
the San Francisco meeting. E ,, T -. 8 -
the talk covered the "current "my competitor or whatever !
situations in South Viet Nam But his victory in Oregon anc I you call him'-does not stand V
Cambodia and Laos." No further his confidence that he can wir I within the framework of Repub- Reg. $268

p details were disclosed. in California have restored the! lican responsibility as defined 299.95 : rk

Called to the White House governor's obviously faltering: by (former) President Eisen- Eii
faith-which he never conceded I hower.
along with Dirksen were the as _
sistant Republican leader, 161-lb.
Thomas H. Kuchel of California on
Johnson Scores
Leverett Salt 'stall of Massachusetts Again

It Milton R. Young ol 0 Fan-forced air blows frost away and restores cold ,, ,, 1 j f' r' I -

North Dakota J. 'Glenn B. Beall Hickenlooperof ol- With] Foreign Aid Bill OK after each door opening to keep food fresh and end s /',/ ti r rM1
Maryland, Bourke. .
choresSpaeemaster '
defrosting :
George D. Aikenof
: Iowa WASHINGTON (AP-Add) the I dent John F. Kennedy first
Vermont, Frank Carlson Mof barebones technique to Presi .asked for $4.9 billion for the pro- tl shelves and twin crispers can be J :

Kansas and John J. Williams of dent Johnson's long list of waysof I gram. By the time it had threaded adjusted to suit your storing needs and eliminate "" w

Delaware. getting things doneIt its way through the appropri- wasted space V :
They' are the the ranking Senate Repub Armed served to get the foreign aid 'ations billion.process it came out at O Flush-back styling, flush hinges, magnetic door :
licans on $3.3
bill through the House Foreign gaskets
Relations and :
Services, Foreign Affairs Committee, and it may Foreign Affairs Chairman
Appropriations committees. well get the bill all the way Thomas E. Morgan D-Pa., said S Shaded coppertone price as low as white tt? RF >s9t 9 : '

through Congress virtually un in past years "everybody lookedon r-
touched. this as a padded affair. Thisis V V -
People ? V
reversal I think ) -
a complete -
? For the first time since
the President took a look at this
the foreign aid started
program 4r
the News thing and said he wasn't going
In back in the days after World
War II, the Foreign Affairs through that procedure and run

!(/ BELGRAD w (AP) -..Marshal Committee did not cut even one that gauntlet." ; Fully Automatic 169.95 -
?7 Y. Malinovsky Soviet cent from the total. I ,
| f Rodio .
l i defense minister, arrived in Not only that, it added an II I ff.C. MAST: I IN aif.w

Belgrade today for an official extra $125 million to jack up the
visit. He is the first high Soviet war effort in Viet Nam makinga {uli.A\NQ Kenmore Washer I
military official to visit Yugoslavia total of about $3.5 billion for '

to nearly seven years. economic aid and military assistance -, Auto -
i'' 4-- to countries around the! Nano

1 NEW-YORK (AP-Lt.' Cmdr. world. |I "' a .asi.... Reduced 31.95
M. Scott Carpenter revisited hia A final routine vote by the; 3 .b 'x.+ ,
Tuesday committee clean of U.f.
Aurora 7 space capsule on a copy -
and had to be extricated the bill is expected today to 215 N.L -
from a; crowd of screaming send it on its way to the House! lit Str.etFR I
by two Air Force floor. |I
youngsters -3576 .
men. Last year, by contrast Presi I IIi -
The capsule is on display al' 3 Days Only! 38 -

the New York World's Fair. Ii BIG I 16 FT. x 36 FT. I

singer Joan Baez appearing POOL I NO MONEY DOWN on Sears Easy Payment Plan : ;

Tuesday night on the two-bow j I a Up To 36 Months To Pay .. : t
President ':
I salute to the program
dedicated one of her $2966 ..... Ask: Any Sears Salesman How You May Have Up To 3 Full Years. : f
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living emberof Pay Sears Home Appliances -
songs to "a very -
I the very. beautiful past" Other Models from $1777.00 sad up. t Fully automatic: yet only 24 inches wide! : i i
Mrs. Jacqueline ,Kennedy. ALL ACCESSORIES INCLUDED '
I The song ended with the line,, .'FORMED AND POURED STEEL REINFORCED Combined time and temperature control! :
"Oh trials, Lord, soon bever. CONCRETE .
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Spirit Lake, Iowa. "Small Businessman ;I! FR 6-7316 i at Sears and Save : Main STORE HOURS_ :
of the Year," on the SEARS I Tu.... Wed. Thus. $ ''. Mo.. Fri.S _
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WASHINGTON (AP) Tb time.dtmt 12 to 16-lb. avg. 45'

government is unlikely to a l That statement was issued bye Whole or butt half Ib.
it, but it seems apparent th : the White House on Oct. 2 after
y plan to'wind up the major par: McNamara and Gen. Maxwell' "' SUPER RIGHT FINE QUALITY BEEF GRADE A FROZEN TENDER PLUMP
of the U.S. military effort in I D. Taylor, chairman of the
9 ; South Viet Nam Joint Chiefs of Staff, reported' .. 100 EXTRA Chuck Steak full cut ib. 49c Baking Hens . ib. 39c

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1965 has quietly an on-the-spot check. PLAID STAMPS SUPER RIGHT SHOULDER

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When offi-! What The gone to Saigon at that time to I i with the purchase of a
i dials are reNews assess possible damage to the f SUPER RIGHT BEEF SUPER RIGHT Western Select-skinned, devemed
t minded of that Means anti-Communist cause growingout I : ; ARMOUR STAR COOKED
1, plan, announced of repression of the, I j j Rib i Steak bone in lb. 87c Beef Liver sliced lb. 49c

last October, Buddhists by the regime of CANNED
they reply: "But there have President Ngo Dinh Diem. rv SUPER RIGHT
been two in since! 'The White House'.statement Macaroni 2 69c I
coups Saigon 4 i Short Ribs lb. 29c & cheese for
then. said in part"Secretary: HAM
What they mean is that the 'McNamara and y SUPER RIGHT SMALL MEATY GOLDEN SHORE 3 4-OZ. JARS
effort against the Communist Gen.Taylor reported their judgment -
insurgents has been set back by thai:'the major part of the sY ;Y> f.. B ." 99 Spare Ribs . . lb. 49c Shrimp Cocktail. . 1 1.00lb.

confusion and disorganization United States military task can, 5 Con $3'
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,i a. the South Vietnamese govern- although there may be a con "No Coupon Necessary" Pork Chops lb..55c ShrimpT" . . .lb. 79c i
ment. These were the overthrow tinuing requirement for a limit- 1
of the Diem regime by a military ed number of United States
junta in November and training personnel. r'I I !

I another the overthrow military of group the junta in January by- nounced At the same"that time 1,000American, it was an- PLAID SPECIAL SALE MILD & MELLOW CLOCK;
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ta military men would be withdrawn .i I tv" STAMPS, ,
I The belief is that the 15,500 by the end of 1963. l With this coupon and purchase of ,
i U.S. military men'in South VietNam This was done, even thougha ;i. NESTEA INSTANT t Save 4e. mma"

1 will not be,reduced appre- I military junta unhorsed Diem I Tea 3-oz. jar .. $1.65 :, "
} ciably, hat all, this year,' and in the meantime, and the Communists i.'" i:
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next year. moil. 1 v' fIGHT,..,
New plans to double'the.number President Johnson sent Mc- al fx 3'CLOCffi $
of Vietnamese,pilots and,to Namara and Taylor back to Sai- 9
boost the Vietnamese" ,ground gon Just before Christmas. Returning -' r;; NMhhMNH 69c I 19iE
forces by some 50,000 men will the defense secretary I' 1
entail increased U.S.: Draining said he. }had reviewed Vietna- l
responsibilities that will carry mese',and American plans for'

over at least into4865-" operations in 1964. "We have l With this coupon and purchase of I: SPECIAL! Birdseye Frozen: 12-oz. pkgs. National Pickle Week! SPECIAL! Argo Brand Split or 1-lb 1-oz cans
Some U.S.advisers will return to believe they will
every reason Cans of Colo Cot
home as 'their tasks are' finished be' successful' ," McNamara i" and 1-lb. cans I! Mixed Fruit- 31.00 1 May 2MO Whole Figs . 5 for 99c
-{ -as the Vietnamese get the stated. s : Dog Food. 6 for 87c I
:; : SPECIAL! Birdseye Frozen 10-oz. pkgs. Pickle Patch Fresh Pickle SPECIAL! Ann Page 2-lb. 9-oz. can
hang of doing certain things for But he Ignored'a question ::11 Coupon good througn Saturday. May 30
I themselves. about'the' 1965 target, and there :i Jax..S 3rb( :i Green Peas 4 for 89c Garden Salad I 4 pt. jars 79c Pork & Beans . eon 29 C

Secretary of Defense RobertS. was speculation the October ..
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McNamara says repeatedlyit plan..had been ditched.In -

will be a long, hard struggle January, McNamara appeared 1L' IIIIr"' t Whole Okra . 4 for 69c Mixed Pickles jar 39c Mushroom Soup 2 for 29C
before the Communists are over- before a House committee -
come in Viet Nam. behind closed doors. A censored j PLAIDSTAMPS i SPECIAL! Ann Page Peach P'opple or Apricot All.Crisp Kosher SPECIAL! Del Monte Light Meat 6'A-or. consiii

end-of-1965 The latest indication that the version of his testimonyput the 1 25 &ttu Iii Preserves 3-ib. air 79c Dill Pickles . qt. jar 33c Chunk Tuna . .3 for 89c
target date has been > him on record as saying
shelved after Mc United States still to withdraw I With this and %:
I came Tuesday hopes iii coupon purchase I
kOf i New Low Price! White House
Namara testified in secret be- most of its troops from : Ann Page Coarse Ground ,oc J! Evap.
fore the Senate Armed Services Viet Nam by the end of 1965. i:t"f Pepper 11/2-oz.: hot. 29c g!I AIDS FOR '
Committee.Sen. Within a couple of days of Mc- i"" n
Coupon >good through Saturday( May 30 :
Richard B. Russell, D Namara's testimony, a second' 1. Jax. 5-3CH4 I MILK I
Ga the committee chairman, coup was staged in South Viet I' J / .

said McNamara "was not as optimistic Nam. Maj. Gen. Nguyen Khanh' I _______ __________ HOUSE
E on his timetable as he seized power and became the .!
I had been before." Saigon government's strong 13 fluid
Actually, McNamara for some man \ 3 oz. .
1 time has avoided any direct Again the Communists struck, 39c CLEANING '
1" answer to reporters' questions and in March an alarmed Johnon -' cans
1 I about whether the 1965 objec- administration sent McNa!
tive still holds. mara back to Saigon to see i r ?
Some officials contend there what needed to be done. I f 1 4= Special! Libby Garden Sweet CLEANEREANSER LIQUID CLEANER

never was a-flat commitment It was this March trip that'
to pull out the bulk of U.S. mil- led to a big spurt in U.S. aid,
Spic N' Comet Mr. Clean
{ itary men by the end of next including a major increase in ... r ,PEAS
year. the size of the Vietnamese regular -
They say it was an objective and para-military forces.
I predicated on the ability of the Little was heard of the end- \ /A_, 1-lb. pkg. 33C 14-oz. can 17c| 15-oz. bottle 41 C
South Vietnamese to stand on M965 target after that. FRUIT OR JUICE
I their own feet and to control The subject was raised at an! 1-Ib.

most of their country, and on April 21 news conference, and I -:1t:: 1EZ1ES! 5 99ccans giant pkg. 9/C 1-lb. 5-oz. can 25C 1pt.120.bot.71cSimply
J political stability in Viet Nam. McNamara said: "I don't want!I Ito
j These officials also note that predict what the totals (of i
fill a small with favorite
paper cup your
j the statement setting the 1965 American servicemen in VietNam I canned fruit or fruit juice. Place wooded or
target date specified that some ) will be at the end of this' plastic: spoon in center of cup for handle, and SPECIAL! JANE PARKER DELICIOUS SAVE AT A&P I
U.S. trainers probably would year or at the end of 1965." place In freezer or ice tray section of refrig- .
erator till frozen. Slip off paper cups and
,I FREEZIES are ready to eat. Apple I Pie . Mb. 8-oz. each 39c York Aspirin . bottle of 100 1 9c

Okia.s1 A&P- Our Finest Quality 1-fc. 1-oz. canFruit
Cocktail., 4 for 89 C

Bar 1-lb. 3-02. loaf 29 C Cake Mixes 7-oz. Pkg. 1 Oc
All Flavors 1-qt. 14-oz. cans

For Edmondson Hi-C Drinks . 3 for 89c SPECIAl! JANE PARKER DANISH SPECIAL! SCOTT

I I OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla.. S. Kerr. Cold Cups Pecan Ring . 9-oz. each 35c Family Napkins 2 Pkgs. Of 60 29c Help Keep

(AP) Oklahoma Democrats: is the final two'" years af: I Dixie Cups .Pkg.0f5o35cIdeal
Tuesday night 4apped Fred Har. term which is involved' America Strong
I ris, a 33-yearOld attorney, as lert: the current campaign. / pkgs. of 12 SPECIAL! JANE PARKER CRACKED SPECIAL! LIBBY Save regularly with

i their man to.tickle pride: oi f! carried 74 ,of Okla Wheat
Bread. 2 33c Tom. Juice 3 89c U.S. SAVINGS BONDS
I the Republicansexfootball I 77 counties, missing out Wooden Spoons 2 for 15c 1lb. loaves i-qt. 14-oz. cans
t coach Bud Wilkinson for the: ,by only eight votes in Edmond''

U. S. SEnate. ., j son's home county, Muskogee,,
Harris incumbentSen. ,'and in Cheroke and Adair: Sunshine Hi-Ho
swamped Fresh Western '
J. Howard Edmondson,.\counties. Crackers ...,...... 10-oz. box 29c d. Size Yellow
whose meteoric rise in politic Harris won the endorsement Minute Maid Frozen Reg r. : 1i1!
was cut short by sudden and of Sen. Kerr's widow The Kerr, Lemonade 12-oz. can 2 for 45c :: ; LETTUCE

overwhelming defeat. Senate staff formed the core of Minute Maid Frozen Pink t. 1' :c;>F. ONIONS

Even more surprising was the his campaign organization. I Lemonade 6-oz. can .... 2 for 25c 'v -.. ...
of under-aged Jed John
victory NOTICE Of FICTITIOUS NAME Minute Maid FrozenLemonade r ,
son over 6th District Rep. Victor the NOTICE undersigned!IS ,HEREBY desiring GIVEN to engage that In I, 6-oz. can... 2 for 25c : ..: ;
Wickersham, an 18-year veteran -' business I
of the lower chamber. The "STH v' N'A wsST'bU", :::1 Miracle : Hea. 29',
the of N. W. 5th Avenue and
minimum age for a congressman N. W. 4th Street In the City of Gainesville -I Margarine 1-lb. carton ...... 29c ', Bag
Florida. Intends to register the'
I is 25-and Johnson won't said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Birdseye Frozen Fordhook ,
be that old until December. Court of EGOSTART Alacnua County INVESTMENT Florida I Limas in butter sauce 10 oz. 39c z-, _
Harris received 270,928"Otes CORPORATION.A Florida Corporation. Uncle Ben's Converted FRESHASPARAGUS ..: _,

to 172,785 for Edmondson with By President THOMAS COWART i Rice 14-oz. package; ........ 29c .. '.:'" : '.:._ _
all but a handful of the state's3OH ATTEST: J. C. ROWLS Golden' RiseBiscuits .. -

precincts still out. (3331)Secretary j:i, 13 20. 27INVITATION :i 6 ((8-oz.: cans) .... 49c : .
Johnson, who just barely wona FOR BIDSFLORIDA I
Silver Cow Evap.

sham runoff after spot the May against 5 primary Wicker-, OFFICE EQUIPMENT HIGHWAY'PATROLGAINESVILLE.. FLORIDA AND j' Milk 13-fluid; oz.- can 3 for 45c 2V Lb. 59Gerber's C

had 42,185 votes to 40,973 for Sealed bids will FURNITURE be received In the I' Chicken cf the Sea Solid: White Albacore 2; Bunch '-

Wickersham with all precincts office of the Florida Highway Patrol. Tuna 6V2'OZ... cans ............ 43c
Gainesville. Florida. until 2:00 P.M.
reported. EST. June 10. 19"tor office equip' Lioton
I Harris' stunning triumph was ment to and the furniture Florida Highway for the Patrol new addition Station. Tea Bags 16 for only....... 27c Save
It the climax to a bitter campaign. .Gainesville Florida. Lioton Instant 1 a, r OIly Half Simps
I Ad material, to be equal In quality
Wilkinson, the Republican to General Fireproofing equipment.List i Tea 1 V2 oz. jar ....................44c '?. 'et Flae Gifts Faster
candidate who turned! of furniture and equipment can be,
I secured at the office of the Florida! Lioton THORO_BLEND THE OUAT AHAKDC 4 PACIfIC TEA COWANY.' tfC
to politics from a career as Oklahoma Department of Public Safety, Nell Kir* 1Loose.
I football coach, man Building Tallahassee. Florida. Tea .....:...... 45c .
commented Bids will not be considered on parts 1
I after Harris' victory of this furniture. Bids must include all M-uIlers Elbow
( that he hopes for a fall campaign terns All prices en list.to be quoted F.o.B. Gaines Macaroni 8-oz. pkg. 2 for 29c "NO HOLES" Jane Parker White Enriched!
based on issues rather vIII. Florida. .
Bids to Include delivery to the Florida
I than personalities.Harris Highway Patrol Station uncrated Strained SAVE
a state ,senator and and Delivery set up date In proper to be rooms.stated In : l i
( Lawton attorney, ran 5th in a 01't is reserved to relect any BABY FOOD I AT BREAD 2 ii:::. 31 ,Prices In tfll'7 m.2 good through AYE. Sunday, M y ft

field of 12 for the Democratic PUBLIC FLORIDA SAFETY DEPARTMENT OF : Loaves Close Monday thru Wednesday* 7 p.m.
nomination for governor in H. N. KIRKMAN I A&P! Close Thursday and Friday, 8 p.m.
Director I 6 Jars 65C Close 7 .
1962.Edmondson's (33M) 5:77i <:3amrstrilk i Saturday p.m. "
defeat In the

Senate race was alost as greatas Facial Tissue Sanitary Napkins Aqua Lotion DetergentCHIFFON Welch' Heinz TomatoKETCHUP A&P Frozen Concentrated
his victory when he was ORANGE
elected governor in 1958. He re- Sun KLEENEXPkgs. KOTEXReg.Pkg. WELCHADE
signed about a week before his JUICE
term was to expire to accept ?
two year appointment to the -==-: .'of 150 '21 C 39C 49C 35C '
Senate after the death of Rob-' 1 1-Pint.6-oz. Bottle 1 32_ oz. Can c 1 'Ib.4-oz. Bottle 'l2or.Can48C"L ,1

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: :- ,( ) "Lynch .
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,; him. Kill him: ," shouted a mob I.
".: I of whites outside a bar where Than
GENERAL City; Gaston Noak Welch, High:'lor, Williston, a boy; Mr. an a Negro was, being questioned
HOSPITAL Springs; Thomas Arthur Mos- Mrs. Martin E. Breinlinger l about the murder of
holdup ad
May 24, 1964BIRTHS ley, Bradenton. NW 25th Terr., a girl; Mr. an Mrs. Jimmy H. Hanna, 3805 NV V r '
l Mr, and Mrs. Edward Detwil- DISMISSEDMrs. 17th Ave., a girL victim was the third white Air Conditioner:
t er, 3860 SW Archer Rd, a boy; Barbara Monday and man attacked by Negroes near
Mr. and Mrs. son, Queen Esther Cooper, Dvid ADMITTED
Elbert Jordan, 200 I the western edge of Harlem in
NE 11th S t., a boy. John Jones Jr., Winifred Susan Rose Lavigne, Mar} five days.
ADMTI7EDMildred Crawford, Bennie O'steen, Mrs. Lorena Scott, Mary Elizabetl) i i
N. Wedeting, Lizzie Betty Jane Orton and daughter, Gray, Mary Edna Christie, Police had to call in reinforcements t it ii

W; Smith, Ralph David Dickey, Mrs. Rosette Sanders and son, Mary Alice Bryan, Camilli e Tuesday night to push i
Robert: James Harris, Fred Mrs. Carol J. Sodetz and daughter Ogletree, Jacqueline Elene Robinson through the mob to a patrol car I IS
Robert, Mohrfeld, Jean- Mrs. Patricia Holmes and Katherine Marion Gun ta with the Negro. They said early d deou
:ette Jordan, Myrtle Blache son, Jack E. McKinney, Baby er, Page Bailey Russell, Lyh I today that the man, ,Alonzo df I l
I ,Tucker, all of Gainesville Out Girl Ulm, Geoffrey Smith, Elena Dowd, Madeline Held, Cook, 20, of Harlem, had admitted f
of :town: Roberta Juanita; An Mrs. Zuleima E. Bernstein and Mary Therese Immer, Leo Ar. the shooting. ., !i
o drews, Chiefland daughter, Mrs. Joanne L. Las- thur Philips, Brenda Carolyn I .. !
; William Hanna, Barbara Sue Foster He was booked on a charge. .rot
ky and daughter, Brian Adams,
: :
; Dor- Betty Jean Griffis, Louis Wil I: of homicide.
Agnes JewelL .
cthy Philene' Ruth Taylor, Williston; Mosley, Jessie Stokes, Jame Police said the bartender 4 'J'Jj
C. Williams, Otter May 25, 1961BIRTHS Wilmer Sowell, John William $ .
Creek Gerald Esmond 55 talkingto :
; Inez W. Simpson, Willis- ]Everett, Mary Alice Breinling- was u .. 'JI
.r' :ton;, Janie Lee Burke, Cross Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy H. Tay.1ram.a er. Norene. E. Gritman. Sandradell' a lone customer when the < rcrrturni
gunman entered and said, "Giveme ,;i., .
[ Langston, Annie B. lift
Brown, all of Gainesville;; your money. ,rt tar11111 / I t

(y by GLT Nancy Ellen Igoe, Reddick; Es- "Are you kidding?" Esmond rr I

elle Aderholt, Branford; David asked, and was shot twice. The tr., .' ,,, r r'f'
Levi Shaw, LaCrosse; Ray Manning gunman grabbed $40 from the i sr ro' .rr rr" .
i Kirby, Lake City; Edith cash register and fled, pursuedby F. ttr r r, ,,. a r yr sr r .r. r.r s % 44 r f

Roses Question Mae Asbell, Chiefland; Curtis the customer. f: r r rr/tr rt rr r srr rrr d
a r
: Augusta Dorman, Micanopy: Police arrested Cook after r r cS'rrr -

... Willie James Dunbar, High they found him in bushes in a rrtas rrrrI
t A doctor: Is pitted against"city Gainesville Little Theatre an C Springs; Betty Margaret Hayes, church yard.Esmond : rr o rriirrr

; t'athers when he tries to publicize scheduled Friday and Saturda Hampton. ,married and the father .
: the;fact' that his small J of this week and June 4, 5 a n d DISCHARGED of one, was well-known in the 1 'p, r rre r rrrr.r rrrr
:tourist wnis major attraction- 6 at 8:30 p.m. in the Little Theatre Mrs. Joan C. Fieldus and Vinegar Hill section of Manhat- ;q,' rrrr t' r rMArrr

o --a springer contaminated.This 4039 NW 16th Blvd. daughter, George R. Grady,, tan's upper West Side, a pre- : tr rt ''f +u!r o.'r ,.,.N c{
is the.setting for "An Reservations are being take 1 James A. Jones Mrs. Roberta dominantly white neighborhood. : r rr rra rr rsrr sati r

Enemy of the People," a play at 3764949. Andrews, Mrs. Martha Furtell,, A crowd gathered at the bar at r ..s I r,r r tr iM/ *s' ..r rr n"'sr ri .oi sr t++is
written by Henrik Ibsen and The cast of actors includes:: James E. Stacey, Donald B. Ah- 3299 Broadway and the noisiest tie r.r r r r r
s -II---
adapted by Arthur Miller, which David Lane as the doctor; 'Bet.ty .. rens, Lawrence Furtick, Mrs rattled and pounded on the door, t tiA r r sstiMt r0th
,starts at the Gainesville Little' Jo Edwardson as his wife: Christine Floyd and son, Arch- shouting for a lynching. .t, '
rheater"Friday. Arthur Funk as the mayor; Tom I ie Sheppard, Mrs. Bertha Lee Last Friday night, L. Carroll I
Godey as the father-in-law. Newman and son, Mrs. Benita Adams, 56, a professor of ;
Miller has said the basic Issue Other roles will be played b Y Zimmerman, John F. Hill, Mrs. iral duration at. phyt't'
of the play "is the question Ralph Thompson, Jim -
Hodges, Helen McDavid, Rodney Powers UniversitYwas attacked anc
l of whether the democratic guar.I Butler Waugh, Ann Godey,,Dick: Mrs Jessie Fisher, William robbed of $70 by about 20 teenage
:antees of protesting political I Kraus, Rick Dilgren, George Ed-, Busby, Donald Wehner, Ernest Negroes.
i; '"minorities ought to be set wardson, ,
Ralph Selfridge Rev
Allen, William R. Jones. Adams was attacked at 12
aside In time of crisis' Wright, Ann
ery Haney
andACCIDENT Street and Riverside Drive after
1 Productions of the play by the Fred Rutan. ROUNDUP
Involved in accidents reported he left a Peace Corps meet
I the ing. Police captured six of the
by Gainesville Police De-
A More About partment and Alachua County Negroes, aged 13 to 16.
Sheriff's office in the past 24 The next day Prof. John Hazard Giant2-HP BTUBIG
I Nehru hours were: 65, of Columbia Law Schoolwas ; 14,000

t Jessie Martine Mullins, Rt. 1, attacked by five Negro
and Betty Jean Nixon, 1626 NW teen-agers at Morningside Drivand e

From Page One 4th St., in the 1000 block of N. 113th Street. They knocked Power for BIG Cooling Jobs While They Last!
j' I Main St. at 6:08: pjn. yesterday. him to the ground, took his

Nehru's death was announced r nor socialism alone would work Theophilus Stevens, 926 SE 7th 'watch and wallet containing Powerful 14,000 BTU capacity
to the grieving Indian Parlia- for India, and he instituted a Ave., and an unknown driverin about $30 and fled.
the 100 block of SE 2nd Ave.
ment. form of state socialism for Ultra-Quiet engineered for least sound
at 5:01: pjn. yesterday. Wallace Gets ?
1' 1 Nehru was born an aristocrata heavy industry and utilities, ac burs H. O. Gay, 731 NE 12th Dehumidifies
Kashmiri Brahmin, or the ,cepting foreign aid where he;Ave.,. and Mrs. Loeb ,Duncan, cooling removes up to '
/ughest of the high among Hin- 'could get it for these and sponsoring -140 SW 26th St., at 11:43 a. m. Bid From Ga. 99 pints of water from air every 24 hrs.
('us. But Gandhi's persuasion yesterday in the ..Gainesville
:nd his own compassion for his private works where pos Shopping Center Parking Lot. ATLANTA, Ga. (AP) Gov. Two speeds, thermostat controlled
'3ritish rule drove Nehru and Nehru steered a careful but DWI ]has been approached about the -, Zinc-Clad cabinet and metal parts resist :r r
tits whole family into the inde- Wilmer Hampton Carman, J possibility of addressing Georgia "' .
rust and weather all
perilous course in world politicsand around
i j-endence movement. It meant Melrose, was arrested at 12:20: J legislators next week but year ,'
won denunciations from a.m. today south of Oranges Sov.:: Carl E. Sanders does not L s-
:ears in British jails for him NO MONEY DOWN
Kenisan air filter
both sides of the cold war a traps dust and pollen
'ind his father, the wealthy law Heights on SR 200 and charged ]like the idea.
\ well as praise and cooperationfrom with driving while intoxicatedby Three ,House members said i
yer Motilal Nehru and others in the neutral Capacity rating is certified.by NEMA Standard CN-1 on Sears Easy Payment Plane
nonaligned or ,
F. C. Sowell Alabama
the family. Trooper Jr., ofthe t hey would invite the
nations. Florida Highway Patrol. J governor to speak Tuesday.
The boy raised in the lap of Much of the West's dissatIs- FIRE CALLSAt Sanders, a racial moderate, :
Luxury-indoor and outdoor faction with Nehru resulted 8:45 pan yesterday, t frowned on any speech by th 2.97 Decor-Eze .
tuimming pools at home, ponies from the way his foreign policywas plumber's[ torch caused smallI Uabama segregationist before Flat
to; ride, and a British education dealt out at the United Nations damage at 328 NW 8th St. I t he legislature.here's I
-often disagreed with the mystic -
and elsewhere by his venomous
I and visionary Mahandas roving defense minister, ..
Gandhi but bowed to Gandhi's V. K. Krishna Menon. Menon, a
*ill to attain the goal of independence leftist fell from
anti-Westerner -
,* reached :In mid- grace through lack of preparedness ( no substitutefor

August 194?.. for the Chinese invasion of Latex Pahit'
I By then Gandhi's mission was India in 1962. ENERGY !
over for an"practical purposes
i and Nehru undertook the per Menon was the high-riding de- .
il haps even more arduous task of fense minister a year earL'lr 4 I
trying to make a democracy ofis when India invaded and seized

I curious a,crazy quilt pattern the Portuguese west coast enclaves CHARGE IT
tf ex-colonial areas, princedoms of Goa, Damao and Diu ..and sugar provides itqiucklylsugar 22on
ind satraples as the world has after failing to persuade the
I !blown '- present population Portuguese they should leave I a Sears Revolving Charge Gals .t11'
I bout 470 million. the subcontinent as the British
I 1 As an elder statesman Gandhi'asted and French had left it. For this 3 DAYS ONLY!
: less than six months-un- exploit Nehru was widely criti- I
01 his assassination Jan. 30, cized as being inconsistent with '
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TOKYO (AP '''' .
) Soviet First 'n.,. t -
Deputy Premier Anastas Mi- k

*oyan returned home today :r

without jor proposals agreement he brought on two from ma- 5 1rE 4 ::. :

Premier Japanese Khrushchev.The balked. on con- ')1 : Jfewer books per gift /

treaty because the Soviets refused -

to return several islands

o off northern Japan. They made with Top Value Stamps _

+ agreement to joint efforts for a I .

: total nuclear test ban conditional

on Soviet acceptance of an / ....

Two weeks of discussion also f 1 1I'E 1i: ._ "K .ll.! ,, ", .. "fh.. n I.,. ;;'
B.n1tt"'l. "'iI:::"#,"">. j :::t t""Wl'i--Mt'" '
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*. ___ ____ floar : W-D BRAND BEEF

o Trade in Colonial Virginia's 100 Extra Stamp? ;

"sweet-scented" tobacco grew WHEN YOU BUY

so profitable that settlers planted -
Swift Can
: it in unpaved streets and ? auto a>orsae

market places. LB. 49x HAM4i u t ..

: Notice ef ApplkMiM for Tax DM* E
URIAH GILL the hotter of the follow-
o Ing certificates has filed Mid certificates Steak 79
t for a tax deed to be Issues there Sausage. 39x $2 | ,
on. The certificate numbers and years .
o of Issuance the description of the property -
S and the names In which It was V SIRLOINSteak..LB.88
o assessed are as follows: REG. 69* KRAFT TASTY CHEESE

.o Year Certificate of Issuance No. 4M 1960.t 259PINEBREEZE
Description of Property Lot f Bk. 2 Loaf I ,

.0 Range Pecan 22 Hetohts E. Sea 27. Twp. 10 S. Regular 39' Colonial Brand Quick FrozenCutUp

f 0 Name 'In which assessed Ella Rhode.All BONELESS RUMPRoast..LB..88
of said property being In the Couiv
ty of AJachua State of Florida.
o Unless such certificate or certificate:
o shall te redeemed according\ to law HENS ?
o the property described In such certl
cate or certificates will be sold to the ;
highest bidder at the court house door BONELESS SIRLOIN TIPI
on the first Monday In Month of June. Gr. "A" Fresh Fla. Med.
19<4. which is the 1st day of June.

1944.Dated this 5th day of May. Itu' Roast. LB. 88 ,
of Circuit Court of
(3324) 5:" 13, 20. 27

Notice et Applicative for Tax Deed *
Sec. If4.lt F.S. I Roast..LB.88,
Thos. O. (. Jayne G. Neff the holder of CHICKEN SALAD LB.
the following certificates has filed said $ f
certificates for e tax deed to be Issued 1 100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH GROUND
thereon. The certificate numbers and CHICKEN & RICE

the property of Issuance and the the names description In which of 3 I Bee f 5 t $195

It Certificate was assessed No.are 327.as follows:. CASSEROLES PKG.

Year of Issuance I"'.
Description of Property Lot S & SV4
ef Lot i Bk 1 Parrish SoD PB A107. L.
Name In which assessed Hugh i Ella !'J I .
Drummond.All of said property being In the Fla. All White I
County of Alachua. State of Florida. '

shall Unless be such redeemed certificate according or certificate to law: c Samsonite 100 Extra Stamps -

the property described In such certificate t
er certificates will be sold to the i WITH PURCHASE OF I FROZEN
highest bidder at the court house dooron FOOD .
the first Monday In Month of June. REG. 21* DIXIE DARLING RYEBread2l ", FOLDING TABLE GROUND :
1944. which Is the 1st day of June, 1)64. '
Dated this 2d day of May 164. 1-Lb. Beef 5 Lb. $1 195
J. B. CARMICHAELClerk | + Pkg. | 0"
of Circuit Courtof 1
Alachua County Florida / + t | SWIFT PREMIUM CANt REG. .&4/99 HI-ACRES FLORIDA ORANGE
5:4. 13. 20. 27

NOTICE Of TAX APPLICATION DEED FOR REG. 2/39 DIXIE DARliNG 8-Ct. a / Hams 4 CAt1; 298 ,, Juice 5 6-oz. 99

( Thos. O. a\ Jayne G. Neff the holder
s < t>% 50 Extra Stamps
o of said the certificates following for certificates a tax deed has to be filed issued ( OR WIENER) ... ; a.' REG. 2/89* MORTON Chicken, Beef Turkey, Mt. Lf., Horn, Solisb'y
thereon. The certificate numbers :
and years of Issuance: the description of "" i'
floe property. and the names In which It Nationally TARNOW CHIPPED BEEF OR Dinners 2 FOR 79x

was assessed are as follows: Advrrtiud! t 394 i, .
1961 Ham 3 $1
Certificate No. 314 Year of Issuance 1
U Description of Property Lot 13 Bk 3 Rg 100 Extra Value Stamps Pk9=. .
Top 1
1 less N 140 ft of E 60 ft I less S SUPERBRAND LIME. ORANGE, PINEAPPLE

- r N T.eof In said which property assessed being Abner In the Jones.County ONE X-LB. an. A FROZEN BILMAR Sli. Ham :>- .69't Sherbert59PANREDI
of Alachua. State of Florida
Unless such certificate or certificatesshall Boneless Turkey Roast tit: .
be redeemed according to law the 1 GA. BRAND BRICK
property described In such certificate\ or OOOD THRu MAY MOTH :3v{ : BREADED FANTAIL
certificates will be sold to the highest s Sausage 59
bidder at the court house door on the AT ANY WINN-DIXIE ;; WITH 22I WORTH Lb.
first Monday in Month of June 164 II etMOKT* TAPES !
Which Is the 1st day of June. 19... CHOPPED SHAPED CUBED Shrimp. 2TCANTALOUPES

Dated Clerk J. this B. CARMICHAEL of 2d Circuit day of MI'I.19"Court of Alachua Reg. $6.95 Value \ Steaks 3 BOX Lb. M" t .

County. Florida 1
(3322) 5:4. 13. JO 11 __

50 Extra Value -
Top Stamps
I JAMES Ceued.ARTHUR MCDONALD Grab Sticks SAVE y/tt STANDARD Limit 3 with $5. order or moreTomatoes


Notice Is hereby given that I have u
filed my final returns as Administratrix ,
of the Estate of James Arthur McDonald
I deceased; that I have filed mypetition A9's
: for final discharge and that I
will apply to the Honorable H. H. Mc .
Donald. County Judge of Alachua

May.County.1944 Florida, for approval on the of 29th the day same of 50 Extra Top Value Stamps .
and for final discharge as Administra Sauce 8 303 CANS 1.
trix of, the Deceased.Estate of James Arthur McDonald WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF .

t DATED this 5th day of May. A. D.1944. ..- THREE PROS. FROZEN

White Acre Peas
As Administratrix of the Estate SAVE 10* DEEP SOUTHMayonnaise
of James Arthur McDonald, de OOOD THRU MAY IOTA :
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CJ3J7) 5 ceased.:*. 11. 20. 21NOTICE AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
531 e.e
OF SALE 3 9 ,
You are hereby notified that the following :JUMBO VINE RIB
motor vehicle: 1944 GMC PU .
S1001PF2223A will be sold at public sale
at 10:00 AM o'clock on the 4th day of
June 1944 at 1321 North Main Street. BRIQUETSCharcoal20lUAG
Gainesville Florida. The proceeds of the 50 Extra TtpValieStanp* .
sale will be applied to the payment of COUPON
the cost of retaking, storing and sale
of said motor vehicle and ,the cost of 79
publication of notice of sale and then .
to She satisfaction of the balance due Tropicana Fruit Bars
tinder the contract with Elton W. Bass. w.
General Delivery, High Springs. FlorIda GOOD THRu MAY SOTM I
covering vehicle. Any the financing surplus" will of said be paid motor AT ANY WINN-DIXIE SAVE 12* ASST COLORS KLEENEX Limit 2 with $5. order ) If) 3 :1

to you. and you will remain liable tor 54 l FO

any said contract.balance remaining unpaid under SMALL MEDIUM JUMBO

Dated this 14th day of May. 1944. Towels 229ao 4J.slI1 35-StZ1 27.SI1

i (S3&S)Gainesville 5:27 Florida w. wo a lAW PWJ.IBURY'I BEST 1 i Lfenrt 1 with $5. ordw or more 5 491.
Netke ef A ,4icetle* fer Tax Deed
Sec. IN.''. ".s.
trials Gill the holder of the foflowlng r.0 Flour. 5 39
certificates has filed said certificates Of I s lB. BAG *

for a tax deed to be Issued thereon..The GOOD THRU MAY 3OTseAT .
certificate numbers and years of Issuance
the description of the proper ANY WiNN-DIXIE
ty. and the names In which If was assessed SS,1i ......- -
are as follows: ; 1 ;
Certificate No. 424. ""
Year of Issuance 1940.
Description of Property E 121 ft ef S 1 1 .r
142 ft of Lot I Grove Park PB A 1 1 '
1 1
.s 1 1 1
Name In which assessed J. T. & Rebecca 0."
Gaddy. 51 Extra Top YilieSUVTTH
All of said property being In the Coun-
ty of Alachua. State of Florida. THIS COUPON AND PUROIASE OFOHS
Unless such certificate or certificates 1 1 e 1I
shall be redeemed according to law the 4.B4. Box BUTTERPlNClIR: o. t./ 1 1 1 1 I
property described In such certificate
er: certificates: will be sold to the high. Baby R.tll Ga" J BarsGOOD
est bidder at the court house door on 1 e 1 I
the first Monday in Month of June. THau MAT aOTtl .
1944. which Is the first day of June. .
Dated this 5th day of May, 1944. 36 .
. J. B. CARMICHAELClerk 1 .
of Circuit Court oJ .
1 / 1
51 Extra Valie
. WALDINE RE: ESTATE B. McCAUL OF also known as WITH THIS COUPON Top AND PURCHASE Stamps OF Save 20 Giant Box 1 Save 30? Giant Box ; Save 26 6-Pack ; Save 24( 1-Lb. Can ; 24* Mb. Con a
MRS. T. V. McCAUL and also known ti

Te Deceased.All Creditor and Persons Having! Big i ; 60 FaMily Crepes 39149 69 59Umt .
i Claims' er Demands Against Said Estate: ? :
You and each ef you are hereby notified GOOD THRU' MAY IOTM
and required to present any claims ",
and demands which you. or either ef you. AT ANY WINN-DIXIE 1 1 1

may B. McCaul have. also against known the as estate Mrs.ef T.Waldlne V. Me- 37 Limit 1 with $5.order or mora 1' limit 1 with $5. order or more /' Limit 2 with $I order or more 1 1 1 with $5.order or mort Umrt J with $S.order or more 1

Caul and also known as Mrs. ThomasV.
McCaul deceased, late of said County 1-_=::;..;" ..:.-===E J
to the County Judge of Alachua
CountY. Florida, at his office In the court '
house of said County at Gainesville Florida l.
within' six calendar months from the
time of the first publication of this notice.
Each claim or demand shall be In wrlt-t
Ing. and shall state the place ef residence*
and post office address of the claim-; iITIiiiPhihllh(4I/iVI For Good ToEai
ant. and shall be sworn to by the claim-) Things

ant.such his claim agent er demand his attorney net so filed and shall any .. iS

be void.
As executors of the Last WW and
Testament of Waldlne B. McCaul
also known as Mrs. T. V. McCaul .. .
and also known as Mrs. Thomas V.
McCaul deceased
First publication May 6. 1944 -
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1 i I ; THE f fffl1LY Y Miscellaneous, May 27 shower complimenting ; II flY J:

-.. ; Miss Judith Di-
.\ ane Tucker, bride-to-be of Wil-
Ruth Weimar . Women't EditorJoni's
liam Dale Arnett, 8 p. m..
Mrs. Paul Tarrant, Mrs. a
x e. John Baxter and Mrs. COMPARE at
Dance Studio ,
q George Butler at the Butler $5.98

4 home, 1722 NW 11th Road. to b
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Recital Set H Lb H 1 ,y =MMA k0 THURSDAY, May 28

Friday : y> r "Coke" party for Miss
Gayle Cross, bride-elect of

Caspar Rappenecker Jr., 4 to
"Hi-Ho Come to the Fair" fc!; JoAnn and Nancy McLeod,
6 Mrs. William C. O'-
to the ,theme for the annual recital Debbie Kilgo Nancy Goolsby, Neal p.m.and Mrs. William Avera 3ts
of:Joni's Studio of the! Marcia Kinard, Debbie Datz, Sue .
at the former's home, 621
Dance ,Friday at 8 p.m. in san Matthews, Becky Hart, ; tt '. { r
V'l: ii\fl ::: 26th Place.Rehearsal r
Gainesville High School auditor, MariKay Jerit, Suzanne Licther ,!ffit, w :h. '
dinner honoring
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Power Jennifer
Cynthia Spa- '
Miss Jennifer Brown and
"76 Trombones" is the title oi f: che, Wendy Ann Perry, Joan Jt A' 1 their tE Z
Jt son, Hugh W. Harling i
r the first: dance number, which I Wilcox, Patricia Wilkerson, ::* 'Atl'1r
,' Jr., 7:30 p.m., Mr. and Mrs. r
will be followed by Dancing: Judy Texada, Joan Wethering-
t : Hugh W. Sr. Holi-
Horses,'A Tiny Tightrope Walker -, ton, Joan Ward, Kathy McGhan, / P., ? .Kw LA !i'4a:?;+w MKrJI V:lKw.ww..dgr:4. \i: day Inn.FRIDAY. Harling t } t .

Lion'Tamer..,and Lion. A, Bea Walker, Lou Ann Simmons, Mrs. Woodson f.
Tucker Jr. of New Orleans and formerly of Gainesville, pinsa
live dances carousel*' exotic and clown, Ginger Baldwin, Kay and Kim corsage on her daughter, Miss Judith Diane Tucker, bride-elect of William May 29 I % wwtLt: 4 ?7/
"will be featured. Vickers. Wedding of Miss Jennifer B.
Dale Arnett. Pictured with
the bride-to-be and her mother during a.coffee
Students performing in the re- Shuan Marie Wuthrich, Suzanne Brown, daughter of Mr. and ,
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yesterday in her honor are left to right, Mrs. Paige Pinnell, Mrs. William T. a er
cital will be Debbie Kessler, Lin, Arnow, Susie Burton, Lou- Arnett and Mrs. John Hoover.As Mrs. Austen B. Brown of At- ;; ;. :.
da Love, Judy"Walker Marlene ise Lastinger, Sherry Martin, lanta, and Hugh W. HarlingJr. N .

Robinson, Kathy Wenzel, Barrie Ilene Silverman, Susan Sisler, ., son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Ir
Tunison! Jeanne Tassinari, Susan Jean E. Crago, Lorian Welsh, a pre nuptial courtesy for sided at the coffee table and was presented to the, honoreeand W. Harling Sr., 7:30 p. m., q
Fouts, Jody Lynch, Cammie Jennifer Opp, Sidney B a u m, Miss Judith Diane Tucker, Mrs. Earl Hardee and Mrs. white carnation corsageswere First Baptist Church. Recep I
Abell, Jane and Barbara Stains- Frances Smith, Diana Murrell, Tucker, whose marriage to William Milledge Murphey Jr. assistedin given her mother, Mrs. tion following at the Chi Om- SLIPONS AND CARDIGANS
by Charles Baum Valerie Glenda Ebersole Wilson : Dale Arnett will take place the hospitalities. Woodson Tucker Jr. of New House with thebride's
: Judy I ega Sorority
Fuerst, Sandra Tarrant, Peggy Jennie Power. 'June 7, a coffee was given yes- Pink roses formed the centerpiece Orleans, and the bridegroom- parents as hosts. IN WOOLS MODEL MOHAIR,

a Wells, Eileen Anderson, Judy No admission charge will be terday morning by Mrs. Paige for the serving table, elect's mother, Mrs. William T. Dessert party honoring Miss : FUR BLENDS . EVEN BEADED!

RoyalTerri: Jeaif:Undsey, Lisa made for the program, which is!; Pinnell and Mrs. John Hoover at placed on the porch of the Hoover -Arnett. I Gayle Cross, fiancee of Cas- FROM A FAMOUS MANUFACTURER
Ehrbar JoAnn Harris. the the Hoover home. The hostesses also presentedMiss Rappenecker Jr., Mrs.
,, open to public. par
Guests were greeted at the, home and red and pink roses Tucker with a place setting .
Murray Sipprell of Melrose You"fl' recognad tta extraordinary 88
'loor: by Mrs. A. Frank: Green. I were used in the living room.A of china in her chosen pat- and her daughter, Mrs. Pat.. value: ancT'buy:!; fwo'or. three! Beautlfufly'fashioned -

Exchange Mrs. Myra Terwilliger pre- corsage of pink rosebuds tern. Warren of Gainesville, at the J % in white; and- S3
Couple Sipprell home. colon. Sixes 34 to 46.

Calendar Of Events GRADUATION .t'

Wedding. Vows SPECIAL

.TODAY, May 27 I The wedding will be an eventof 8:00: p.m., Carnation, Mrs.E. MOTHERS TOO! ESPECIAL

Gainesville Bridge Club, June 20. W. Johnson, 2803 NE 11th
Miss Karen Jo MacLaren, !piece was a circle of pale blue '" REGULAR $2.98
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph i organza petals with veil. She 7:30 p.m., Holiday Inn. 10:30 a.m., Chrysanthemum, Terrace. DRESSY CASUAL
University City BridgeClub James H. Smith UF Law Dames ;
B. MacLaren of Pensacola, carried an arrangement of yellow Mrs. 1500 8 p.m., ;
I 7:30 p.m., Weed Hall, NW 36th H 1 i- Mrs. Walter x t HANDBAGS
became.tbe .bride _of_ Thomas, carnations. Way; Daisy, 0 Probert, 1929 NW .;
107 NW 15th Terrace.
day Inn; Dianthus, Mrs. H. 14th Avenue. k
Eugene-OJDell Jr., son_.of Mr. I Miss O'Dell wore a pink cotton University Women's Club Y
B. Goodwin, 4104 NW 19th PL, Alachua Audubon $177 .
and Mrs. Thomas O'- Society
: Eugene lace ,dress. Her headpiece Newcomers Bridge, 8 p. m., Gloriosa Mrs. J. Gibbs
Dell Sr.* of Gainesville on Sat Dinner meeting, 6:45 p.m. Hol-- :
.was a band of pink roses Clubhouse.Old .
urday morning, in the Holy 'net. She carried a nosegay of and New Boards, Chesnut, 519 SW 21st Avenue iday Inn, Dr. Oliver L. Aus-.. e i > S'" 1i plus l.i
; tin Jr., guest speaker. : ''''' : @ Top-handle styles of "Caro
Trinity Episcopal Church. The white chrysanthemums and Fine Arts Association, 8 "
11 a.m., Hibiscus, HolidayInn lina Crush" and "Deerskin"plastics
t Rev. Earle Page, rector, performed baby's breath. p.m., Mrs. Earl Ki ,gore, 2200 ; FRIDAY, May 29 in summer colors.

f, the double ring cere I Best man was Thomas D. NW 11th Avenue. 11:15 Camellia Mrs. Save $1.21 on each!
a.m., ,
Gainesville Sectional Bridge COLD $ T50
mony. May Dinner Meeting, Jun-
Furman Jr. Franklin Ritch was
Maurice 2236 NW 9th
Lighted tapers and arrange- usher. ior Welfare League, 7 p. m., Boyd, Tournament, 1:30 p.m., Men'sPahs *
ments of white gladioli and carnations preceeded by social hour Place; and Women's Pairs, 8 WAVE

were used as decora- i The bride's mother wore a at 6 p.m., Gainesville Golf Noon, Azalea, HolidayInn p.m., Mixed Pairs, Hoi iday Includes .. 'I <1 '
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Music pink silk sheath with matchinghat and Country Club. Social ; Dogwood, Mrs. Mark Inn.. .C. .
tion. was provided by Haircut Shampoo Set G "' U"R q ) ;
and bone accessories. Thebridegroom's Richardson Evinston Flori _
Dr. David Stryker, organist. A hour for sustaining membersat PHONE 372-1575
post nuptial communion was mother wore a home of Mrs. William E. da; Learn more about hearing '
p, served. Bruce Baber was aco powder blue dress with match- Elmore, 1800 NW 14th Ave 12:30: p.m., Daylily, Mrs. C. during BETTER your HEARING' I Even. by Appointment I Central Plaza Shopping Center
1 ing flower hat and white ac nue. A. Pound, Jr., 1647 NW 19th MONTH. Get a j
lyte. cessories. both had silver Circle Rose, Mrs. John Van HEARING CHECK-UP at ASK ABOUT OUR SPECIAL
May 28
The bride, given in marriageby GAINESVILLE PRICE ON HAIR CUTS
her father, wore a street rose corsages.Mr. Gainesville Library Advi- Dyke Drive Saunders, 108 NW 22nd I HEARING( AID CO. I HOUSE of BEAUTY I Get Results Sun Want Ads
and Mrs. MacLaren were sory Board, 8 p.m., Li ;
length dress of white embroi- 622 N. MAIN FR 7-6715 I 2300NW, 6th St. at 23rd Blvd.
12:45 p.m., Founders, .
dered organza, accented by a hosts at a reception in the brary.
cowl neckline. Her veil of illusion arish house following the cere- Colfax Rebekah Lodge No. Gainesville Golf and Country

was held by a cluster of mony. Mrs. Caroline "Richardson 2, 8 p,m., Odd Fellows Hall, Club;
served cake and punch. 740 SE 2nd Avenue. 2:30 p.m., Amaryllis, Mrs:
roses. She carried a ..
organza Gainesville Garden Club Julian H. McCranie, 716 NE
white prayer book and bouquet After a short wedding trip, Circles 7th Street;

1 of white carnations. the couple will reside in Gainesville 9:45 :a.m., Magnolia, Mrs.J. 4 p.m., Lotus, Mrs. GeorgeW.
Bridal attendants included where they are both seniorsat
Fletcher, Newberry Road;
M. McClamrock, 1951 NW
t Miss Suzanne Cobb, maid of I the University of Florida. 10th Avenue; 6 p.m., Mimosa, Mrs. Hil-]

honor and Miss ,Debbie ODell, Out of town guests included 10 a.m., Begonia, Mrs. C. ory T. Bevis, 2730 NW 39th }

1 sister of the bridegroom, junior Mrs. Susan Cobb, Pensacola, H. Janes, Cowpen Lake; Gar- I Avenue;

J bridesmaid. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. MacLaren, denia, Mrs. Graham Haile, I, 6:30 pjn., Geranium, Mrs.
I t Miss Cobb wore a twopiecesuit Pensacola, and Miss Suzanne 547 NE 4th Avenue; W. H. Pierson, 1831 NW Tenth I
,1 of pale blue lace. Her head- Cobb, Troy, Alabama. Avenue; Gladiolus, Mrs. Tom-
Ridgell, 1715 NW 16th
my :

'11 Post-Nuptial Party Party Given Avenue; ? SAVE 10 :

To Honor
:.Fetes Recent Brides w

4 I Mrsi! William Charles Mayo, tained at their home. BrideElectMiss DAYS ON KRAFT CHOCOLATE TOPPINGS

formerly Miss Carol McDowall, Assisting with the hospital- Diane Jernigan, bride- SAVE UP TO $69.00ON
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. ities were Mrs. Charles Free- lect: of Dennis R. Long, was

H. McDowall, and Mrs. Daniel man, older daughter of Mrs. feted f' at a bridal shower given BASIC SETS OF .t
Boone i Schuh, of St. Peters- Meyer; Mrs. Luther McDowall, recently by Mrs. J. Howard Buy one of these new. flavors. ... .;
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burgh formerly Miss Barbara mother of Mrs. Mayo; Mrs. Mor Yard., TOWLESTERLING -. ; ".-. "' .7: get10*.:off .#.
I Tilghmah, daughter of Mr. and gan Tilghman mother of Mrs. White wedding bells and arrangements :: ,.. ..

Mrs. Mbrgan Tilghman, were Schuh; Mrs. D. T. Philyaw, of carnations, roses y, Chocottte'Syrup chocolate, 'Syrup with Mint ..4"t

honored: a post-nuptial coffee Mrs. Justin Harlow, Mrs. Mer- and oleanders decorated the .: .* Chocolate.Fudge -

given Saturday morning. win Larsen, Mrs. Suzanne Hodg- living room. II I e t How do yoii like your chocolate This chocolossal .-.

Hostesses for the post nup--men and Mrs. Barton Thrash- The serving table was covered choice isyoura with Kraft!So, choose a chocolateand
tial courtesy were"Mrs. HerbertA. : with a lace tablecloth and 'save 10t ton't be shy Take two and double
Meyer ana: :her daughter, serving table was decorated entered: with a pink unbrella. '. up on flavor.* '

Miss Carol Meyer who enter- with ivy, white stock, glad- The punch bowl was placed -R S. Have you tried these other Kra. Toppings
ioli and roses. Arrangements of at'J one end and an arrangementif .<'r- P Pineapple
and cake decorated Strawberry Butterscotch, Blackberry
roses were used throughout the J snapdragons
PreNuptialBreakfast house. the opposite end. ,| -> PeachValnut'. Vanilla Caramel Tutti Frutti
I ,
I Chocolate Caramel
and her mother,
Corsages were presented to The honoree
the honorees and their mothersand Irs. Curtis D. Jernigan, were
':'-Js GivenMr. the hostesses also presented resented) carnation corsages by sTIc

the honorees with gifts of lint hostesses. !r yt
and Mrs. Burton M. Wood Assisting with the hospitalties _

ward an
Joanne Woodward, entertained guests called during the party lrs., Bennett Bass, and Mis
I with a breakfast at their home hours. Louise Jernigan, sister of the

Sunday morning to _honor Miss lonoree. Wk1crkOf
1 Ann Jean Fishback of Orlando The guest list included Mrs.

and her fiance, John Franklin Trio To Give ealia Chestnut, Mrs. Josephine J
l Benett. IRecitalMonday Dense Miss Mildred Dease,

Shasta daisies and marguerItes Irs.. Eddie Pons, Mrs. Cobey

f" were used to decorate the tiechard, Mrs. Jack Bray,

buffet table and. the small tables -: Dr. Vere Stiles Richards announces Irs.,, John Proctor, Miss Linda c4,9PS'ttft )

J where the following guests a recital of songs by doctor and Mrs. Don Thomas. .

I were seated: I Julie Renee Larson,soprano, as- Qt'3yY .

Mr. and Mrs., Ben Fishback, sisted by Douglas Kinzey, pi- MembersTo ,
parents of the bride-elect; Mr. anist, and Diane Lynn Bault, y

and Mrs. H. D. Fishback, Mr. violinist.
I and Mrs. M. E. Ardaman, Miss The program will be held in Attend A rare opportunity to own

Jerrie Cam dy, Miss Mary Fellowship Hall, of the First the Towle Sterling service
I Louise Thwing, Presbyterian Church Monday at WorkshopGainesville you have always wanted.
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all of Orlando, 8 p.m. The public is united. -----
John Thwing, Junior Woman's Snugs tp ta: STORE COUPON + I

Mr. and Mrs, Newton Ebaugh Hub: members planning to' attend $17.00 cm 4 4pc.place setfiegs' 1 10t-{

end Matt Cannon. the Florida Federation ofoman's $U.oo .8 Sileo pica uttmss..QO 1t..
honored couple, whose Bell Nursery SAVE 10 <:
The Clubs Distict 5 Work- ; CllZ: s-sc.lac,sC4N *P J
I marriage will be an event of s hop in Trenton on Thursday e1I ON ONE OF THE NEW KRAFT CHOCOLATE
August 15, were presented with Board Meets ,fN I ; TOPPINGS f"
r I of silver by the hosts. are Mrs. Alray Howard Mrs. : I (Chocolate Syrup Chocolate Syrup with Mint Chocolate Fudge)
a Cox
Mrs. Asa :
I Recognition of work by volunteer Eugene Craig, '
teachers staff and con- ',Irs. Dan Meaders, Mrs. R. W. I I at T..the., ittnt frcf M:YM ItdMmwf auBMfiiH tM M. let teat.*..,.taacdicany(utkwif t*t,m n. .:;
I JEW 1 Omega ihrum; Jr., Mrs. Richard Petti- ." .. ..... I Q < rcprcsMUtm mm ftjMtt tot CM.pea .- .TM...ciiftMitMwsi. m M,inn w MMUT r ,
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will : .
sultants the ? 1IIIIt"I1I..I4.CMipereslrictetf r
through year 'oiIl. ,.r'" redempte*tor lOe ptui 2 tor handli** ... .
Set rew, Mrs. W. T Manley, Mrs few each coup**. pve4! jw. lAd t*. II,11M IS r''d" If..ed. I
be made at 8 when the c fIt I i Cash INe..pCIilu. .
:Meeting tonight -:: zeustowta Ina canpdc4" mtk tut to"i 4DM i 'ed_,.. ,.N COIIIIM KirnA.t J'
Will E slim
landell Glicksburg, Mrs. ner tiatt of b product '
-.- Bell Nursery School Board ire Sufficientstocks KRAiT cMthtdttstra.d. .
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.Mrs; Harold Stringer will be meets. I:am Finley, Mrs. B. Joe Wilder .., !-!' .. I at"tWIItH.sa Kraft M f cpp,. t. rndn < ; i. > II erewpo.ss.peos.ts .e .... ..I .... ....p.hp.u Sf Itknni ..
hostess to the Chi Omega alum- The board session, which will Irs., John White Jr., and Mrs. k E euwpl. ....bt4,ice-acs.M.hers IIC.a. .JKUonYIUe. Florida U-J M: tr ;
.:.naerThursday at 8 p. m. in be held at the school, 528 NW Wayne Harrelson.The :.: '" ,.,

her home,.1005 NE Sixth Street, 7th Terrace, will be followed by workshop will be held 103 W. University Ave. : .c 1
far "business meeting. Election an informal open house. AH parents at the Trenton Baptist Church. t .deem Thls Cou ponp'om P url l&10 1

I of officers is scheduled and and friends of the nursery Registration Is set for 9:20 a.m., PHONE 576-2555 _

Baec art payble foe; & s. school are invited to attend md frTnrheon at 12a ..-I .. I .



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-- Wednesday, May 27, 1964 Gainesville Sun 13
". NORTH (D) Extend Term Alachua County Florida this 4th day of Circuit Court of Alachua County FlorIda -
May 1944 against you seeking the foreclosure ,
New York lime. I 4 J. B. CARMICHAELClerk of that certain mortgage recordec
By K976 Circuit Court of Alachua In Official Records Book 150. Page p,
Ii BridgeCc BEIRUT, Lebanon (APByan ) County EMILY FloridaBY of the Public Records of Alachu
TRUSCOTT I + AQ953 overwhelming 99-14 vote, the Deputy Clerk County Florida covering the folloWins
described ,
property to wit:
Lebanese Parliament Tuesday REYNOLDS, GOLDIN & JONESBy Lots Twenty-one and Twenty twc
Bridge-orama Is an excellent ence gained under Bridge-0 EAST night called for amendment of RICHARD TO JONES (21 & 22) and the East Oen-Hali/f
(EV4) of Lot Twenty-three (23).,
medium for presenting an inter- Rama conditions is often an ad- 4 Q 10,8 4 AKJ653 the constitution so President Attorney Gainesville.for Florida Plaintiff Block "C' Oak Hill Subdivision ai
national contest a large audi- 8543 92 Post Office Box 468 per plat recorded in Plat Book "A<
vantage. Fuad Chehab can serve another -(3326) 5:6.13: 20.27IN at Page 168 of the Public Recormof
ence, and many thousands of 82, 4 K 6 4QJ42 six Alachua County. Florida.
spectators Bridge-O-Rama nerves prob--. years.IN You are further notified that the return w
enjoyed the showing ably were the cause of the East- 4A105SOUTH THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORI- day of this Notice to Defend Is
on the exhibition board of the DA EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN June 26. 1964 and you shall on or before
West errors on the deal shown AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTYIN said date serve a copy of youi .
the World Bridge Olympiad 49742 FLORIDA CHANCERY defense if any upon Lowry & Andrews -
recently., today, which helped the United YAQJ10 MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE Attorneys for Plaintiff, whose
States squad to win a crucial IN PROBATE.IN HARTFORD FEDERAL SAVINGS address is P. O. Box 390 Gainesville.

'Bridge-0-Rama Is the giant,match. 4 J107 RE: Estate of AND Plaintiff.LOAN ASSOCIATION the Florida original and of immediately same In thereafter the office file ol l / %E KSwiUi fa&&>&&&* **# *
electric. board 473EastWest A. -v- the' Clerk of the Circuit Court of the i jMiW.ajik*. 4 *
which C. A. DEAAAREE. Deceased
is used to Look at the North-South cards, were vulnerable.The To All Creditors and Persons Having GILBERT F. BECK and JANE above styled Court; otherwise a Decree
display T his Pro Confesso will be entered l
major KING BECK wife against
events. it can be that four heartsis bidding Claims or Demands Against Said Estate:
: Defendants.
You and each notified
Each card is of you are hereby you.WITNESS
illuminated by ,a NOTICE TO DEFEND one of the Honorable
a reasonable contract whichis North East South and required to preset any claims
I light, which is and demands which you, or either of you. STATE OF FLORIDA TO Circuit Judges of the Eighth Judicial Starts Tonight
switched off by almost sure to succeed if the 14 24 Pass Pass'may have against the estate of CharlesA. Gilbert F. Beck and Circuit of Florida, as well as the Clerkof
the operator when that card Demaree also known as C. A. Dema- Jane King Beck, his wife the Circuit Court on this 25th day
has diamond finesse wins. Lookingat DTle Pass 4 Y pass I ree, deceased late of said County, to Whose residence and Post Office of May A. D. 1964. wow o. Show Time 7:30
been played. The cards remaining the East-West hands, fo u r Pass D'ble the County Judge of Alachua County Address is unknown J. B. CARMICHAEL CLERKBY
pass Pass Florida, at his office In the court houseof You are hereby notified that Hartford : CHERRIE HALES I You
in each player's hand spades also appears plausible: Pass said County at Gainesville Florida Federal Savings and Loan Association Deputy Clerk only
are thus shown within six calendar months from the timeof has filed its sworn Complaint in the (3363) S:27; 6:X 10. 17 live once.so gtOeseSCaesrh,1 EDWARDS
clearly, and the such a contract should be madeif West led the eight of spades. the first publication of this notice. Each I P100.ia0a

details of the bidding also are the ace of diamonds or the claim or demand stall 1 be in writing I see DAVID NIVEN PETER SELLER
and shall state the place of residence and The Pink ,
displayed.But king of clubs is well-placed. So, jack for a finesse. East grabbed post office address of the claimant, and osERrwA NER cAP
shall be sworn to by the claimant his Panthertwice gNE
it is not always appreci- if North-South reach four hearts, the trick, and that was the end I agent, his attorney, and any such claimor "ONE OF THE} YEAR'S TEN BEST! ,// -
demand not so filed shall be void. ( THE PINK Ri'i
ated = bid I -Newsweek PANTHE i
that Bridge-0-Rama can influence East-West certainly of the defense. South able MARY DEMAREE, I -
was --
As administratrix of the Estate of ----------------
,the' result of a match, four spades on the assumptionthat to ruff another spade in dummyand I Charles A. Demaree also known as "A MARVELOUS ::ClAUDIA CARDiNALEti
.l- :
C. A. Demaree deceased : t
becauseof: .Ihe strain it imposes one side or the other shouldbe al- First Publication /
draw trumps, making May IX 1964 I;'
tricks. (3343) S:IX 20. 27 6:3 I COMEDY R TtCHIIDUIR': TtCHllWU
cannot aside the able to make ten ; !
put thought together six trump tricks and ; :i rM N.w Yorl" : UlWTCD NttlTa
that each .bid and"play they The American North playerwas four diamond tricks.If '

make may give rise to a hun- Arthur Robinson of Phila- had refused the first DA.IN THE EIGHTH CIRCUIT JUDICIAL COURT CIRCUIT.OF FLORI-IN ''BRILLIANT! A

dred whispered criticisms, And, delphia, and he reopened witha West AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY. IN

until the. players become accustomed balancing double on the incor- diamond trick, the contract LINDA CHANCERY RUSH, ;TOM JONES' 2nd Feoture

ll ,.to..,it,eft"is_,quite distract- rect assumption that East-West would have been beaten. The -VI-Plaintiff y WITH JETAWAY1r. THE

ing to-have an announcer repeating would not stop in two spades eight of diamonds from West, GARY Defendant.RUSH :1'r

a length signal showing two or NOTICE ._Mag,
every and play in- when they could make a game. a .
in the suit is
four cards '
to a microphone, and to haveto As it was, West missed two opportunities 917 East Second Street HER RIVAL...

pause at each"turn to permitthe to bid four spades.He But he must calculate YOU Limberton.ARE HEREBY North Carolina NOTIFIED that a JOSEPH E.IEYINE laillill
quickly, because a slow duck Complaint for Divorce has been filed tltl! +
announcer to keep abreastof should have known that his against you, and you are required to presentsStarting 1.Ea.faaCOIOR 1.
the action.It partner was short in hearts, and with the king may be too reveal serve to the a copy of your answer or pleading ( (TITLED IN ITALY'IL SORPA5507VITTORIO
Complaint upon the Plaintiff's attorneys -
would 'be a mistake to as- that, therefore, four spades ing to the declarer. .Box Reynolds Goldin & Jones, P"O. -A GATHERING
468. Gainesville Florida and file GASSMAN CATHERINE SPAAK
sumehowever: that the United would have a chance. I the original answer or pleading in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof
States was handicapped in the After the spade lead the Am- Spy SentencedCAIRO Alachua County, Florida on or before STARTS TODAY *] OFEAGLES'PRICES

Olympiad because it had to ican South, Robert Jordan, also Judgment June 20 by 1944.default If you will fail be to do taken so. .,., ratamfsul

make frequent appearances on ,of Philadelphia, was permittedto (AP) Franz Hutten- against the Bill of you Complaint.for the relief demanded In *' 9 a

Bridge-O-Rama to satisfy the requirements make his game. He ruffed in meister, a West German, was I DONE and ORDERED at Gainesville _.
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of enthusiastic New dummy, entered his hand witha convicted today of spying for

York audiences. The experi- trump, and led the diamond i Israel, sentenced to 10 years in

-- !prison and fined $2,400.

One Full Pound LUNCH ." 65c up I Huttenmeister, a 26-year-old

DINNER . 85e
up student from Cologne, was ar-

KC Sirloin ALFORD'STOWER I rested last November. The government -

./ said he had come to

Steak- $195 W<......1 r 210 UNIVERSITY {I I.. contact an Israeli agent and !

i I take secrets out of the country.CALL .

STARTS TODAY Sealed bids will be received by the
Board of Control teal 2:00 P.M. Wednesday -
a >B> Features 1 :27 3:30. June 24. i64 In Room 121
of the Law Building at the Universityof
5:33-7:36-9:39 Florida, Gainesville, Florida at which GOOD AT BOTH STORES
I time and place all bids received will
be publicly opened and read aloud for
-- furnishing all materials and labor for
CtmA diHAYUUID WARNS YOU: I the construction of: THRU SAT. MAY 30th
THE UmSEUENT WARNS YOU: UU NOT I SEE ALONE I PROJECT: General Classroom Florida BuildingFor i
The University of
: $60.00
OLIVIA Bidders sending bids by mall should
address them to D. Nell Webb, Zone
aTTRdPPED. Architect Board of Control, c-o Dr. J. BEST FOOD BUYS! FRYERS Dells 29

de HAVILLAND. .( Wayne Florida Reltz Gainesville.President Florida.University Bids, of If: Grade A Whole . . . Lb. .
mailed should be delivered to the above _

... '' 0 bid address opening.All not. later than one hour before $
? work shall be done In accordance Fresh Ground Beef 3 )39
DEFENSELESS.. with the drawings and specifications Crown Cola |
I Royal Lb.
i prepared by Hardwick and Lee. In as-
sociation with Forrest M. Kelley, Jr..
Architect to the Board of Control. Work
shall be In accordance with contract

( ill smHEilIS M af.o0c A LUIHU DAVIS.Y "'ldsaa4AUa a lllO ors P &LOS .. drawings documents, specifications pertaining thereto and other, which con- HALFQUARTSCARTON PICNIC 29
tract documents may be secured or or Copeland . Lb.
examined by contacting D. Nell Webb.
Zone Architect. Board of Control, Build-
--- SERVES 18 HAMSSunnyland
Ing E University of Florida Gainesville -
General contractors may secure draw- H ,
Ings and specifications for a deposit of or Whole . . Lb.
$4000 per set, with a limit of two sets
per contractor. The cost of each set will 16-OZ. 29
I be refunded to the Bidder upon his return 6
of the documents to the Archi- BOTTLESPLUS FRANKS All Meat 3 $1
tect's office at above address. In consideration DEPOSIT
of the Bidder's agreement Any Brand .p 12 ox. pkg. For
hereinafter referred to.
General contractors, s ubcontractors
material dealers and other Interested
parties may secure full or partial sets SIRLOIN STEAK 89
of plans and specifications by paying OLEO CHARCOALWith

the printing and handling costs of plans . Lb.
at the rate of SI.00 per sheet, cost not
refundable; and by depositing the sum ofS10.DO
$5.00 Food Order
20 Lb.
for specifications, which cost Is
8r refundable upon return of the specifi- CHUCK ROAST 39Swift's
cation In good condition WITHIN 14
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Each bid 99
must be submitted In strict LB.
accordance with the Proposal Form, ful- Only I
ly completed, which I Proposal Form will
AT be shown In the specifications;
B CON 45


Morgan's Typewriter Agency BE FORFEITED.Each bid shall. be accompanied by a

or Certified Bank, Cashier's Draft on Treasurer's any National Check or SNOWDRIFTSHORTENING f&'L QWc.k-P MsH

State Bank. Certified checks shall have
State Documentary Stamps attached.
Complete Selection Checks shall be made payable to With ss.aoOrder
BOARD OF CONTROL In the sum of
I AU MakesManufacturers $5100000 as a guarantee and with an or More I RUua
agreement that the Bidder will not revoke -
Guarantee or cancel his bid, or withdraw
Honored From the competition for a period of 3 Lb. Can59c
30 days after the opening of bids 5 49
Convenient Terms J and that In the event the contract Is Lb.. BIRDSEYEBROCCOLI
: warded to the Bidder he will, within
10 consecutive calendar days after it Is
Double Trade-in Value i.,
submitted, enter into written contract
I I) with the Board of Control in accordance -
with the accepted bid and giveto 2 45
'r SMITH-CORONA the Board of Control a contract performance COFFEEChase
1 and payment surety bond with BLUE PLATEMAYONAISE 10 oz. . . For
good and sufficient sureties satisfactoryto
Coronet: the Board of Control, In the amountof & San born
j 100 per cent of the accepted bid. I
The Bidder's said agreement is incorporated : With Y5.00Order FORD HOOK 10 2 55
&- Baby
ELECTRIC PORTABLE In the Proposal Form. The I _
i cost of the bond shall be Included as or More Limas oz. For
a part of the Bidder's base bid.
Bidder's qualifications must be sat- *
isfactory to the Board of Control. The 29
Board of Control reserves the right to Pint 59 GREEN PEAS 2 39
waive Informalities In any bid, to re- LB.
lect any or all bids or to accept any 10 oz. For
bid and such alternates that in Its
Judgment will be for the best Inter-
I ests of the State of Florida *
Plans and specifications will be Issued DIXIE LILY MONARCH FRENCH FRIES 2 19
only by, and all questions relative to I w
bidding shall be directed to D. Neil CREAM STYLECORN Far _
Webb. Zone Architect. Building E, Unl-
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. J4 Gainesville Sun Wednesday, May 27, 1964 ..

After. Your Heart Attack, What?, .. YOUR HEART HAS 9 LIVES 9 .- .

By ALTON BLAKESLEE and worry. You're only here on a..strains from exertion or unac- Strokes are not just a hazardof Hope is one of the greatest vulnerable to atherosclerotic.at

JEREMIAH ST AlILERI.D.. short visit, so be sure to smell .customed activities, or lifting old age. They hit a significant medicines. The person who is tack can also serve as a-shield

Within the next 24 hours, 4- the flowers." heavy objects, or shovelll n g percentage of younger men and unable to talk today may be against strokes.

000)()() to perhaps 10,000 Americanmen Once a heart attack, is another snow,'as well as trying to avoid womenin their years of greatest able to talk within a month or (Tomorrow: For Men: Care of
and women will suffer 4. y< inevitable? great emotional upsets. Excess productivity.Some more, or recover use of paralyzed -
heart attacks their first, or Hundreds of thousands of :pounds should be trimmed off, legs or hands.As Your Heart)
a recurrence.It's and smoking is often forbid strokes cause massive (Condensed from "Your Heart Has NlMLives.
no wonder that a twingeof heart patients attest the answer, 'den. !damage. But thousands of them for prevention, whateveryou ." published by Prentice Hall,
chest pain can trigger chilling :a hopeful "NO!" They live out I are "little strokes" bringing do to make your heart less copyright 1964 by Alton Blafceslee). __
fear. ttL normal lifespans. It's not uncommon Atherosclerosis is a major j minor changes in judgment, -- ------ 1

We fear not only sudden for a man of 60 at the cause of strokes, when it stuffs abilities, skills, speech, memoryor Dine With Your Gracious Host
death, but also that just one attack time of his first attack to live up arteries in the chest or neck behavior. TOMORROW'S COMPLETE LUNCHEON I

means an end to normal to 80 or 90. leading to the brain, or in the All is not lost even if a stroke
family and social life and work The heart patient, through the brain itself. has occurred, despite severe SALISBURY
a sentence to invalidism. way he lives, plays an active I Strokes slay and cripple be- paralysis or interference with STEAKSMashed

This fear is unjustified, as v .} f' i.C role in the effort to ward off cause the brain with its marvelous normal functions. Modest im- Potatoes &
shown by the example of President $4 .4 rt repeat attacks. As yet there is complex of 10 billion nerve provement usually comes spon- = r Gravy Ut
Johnson and former President no safe, proven drug that will cells is even hungrier for oxy- taneously unless the damage is 1 St. Bean Salad I
Eisenhower and many cut down blood cholesterol, or gen than is the heart. If the sup extreme, and it can be promoted r.- Hot Corn Stick
hundreds of thousands of men really prevent heart attacks. ply is choked off, you can fall by early passive exercising, &Hot Butter Coffee or
and women. Drugs, especially nitroglycerin -unconscious within seconds, and by heat treatments, and other Iced Tea COMPLETE
Over 60 per cent of people do are helpful in angina pectoris -the brain can be irreversibly means. I I Your Second Cup of Coffee or Iced Tea 1 LI. .
survive sudden, acute heart at the painful cry of a heart damaged within four to five Seeming miracles are being Is Always FREE. ; .
tacks. Four out of five resume hungry for enough blood and minutes. achieved in retraining the brain.I. t
normal living and return to oxygen. Angina comes about be- .
work,-although sometimes at cause of atheroscherosis. The :e''
less strenuous jobs. coronary arteries become nar- Checks .
And whatever we do to minI- rowed so that the heart muscle Safety Xs CAFETERIA
mize the chances of an initial has difficulty at times of exer- Pay Family s m= I
attack can stand us in good tion or stress in getting enough [ Lunch 11:30 a.m. to 2:05 p.m.
stead if trouble comes. nourishment. 'Benefits Dinner 4:30 p.m. to 8:05 p.m.

If you are concerned about Angina may develop after a 1212 North Main Street
your hearts, or have chest painsor take all unnecessary burdens In general, the rules for recovery person has had one or more .
and avoidance of heart attacks it Physical
other symptoms, a checkupand from the stricken heart. I a sec- or may come
frank discussions with your Just like an injured muscle, ond attack will embrace mostif on before a frank heart attack A Gainesville Safety Circle Conditioned 0 Open Daily & Sunday

doctor frequently brings good the heart needs time to repair' not all the elements of the' has ever occurred. BYRD (Agency O Free Parking _
news the pains don't involve itself. With time, scar tissue mode of life, described in pre- For the anginal patients, doctors DAN Inc.) Banquet Facilities PHONE 376.4491There's

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Indigestion, spasms of the With time, other arteries can ducing the chances of ever suf- things slowly, avoiding sudden
esophagus, tightness of muscles distribute nourishment to the af- fering any premature attack at

from nervous tension, arthritis, fected area. all.
gallbladder disease, or certain Most heart specialists immediately Every patient should talk
infections and other conditionscan put patients on a low- frankly with his doctor about more to this bread '

be responsible, exonerating calorie diet, since excessive eat- his progress, his prospects, the
your heart entirely. ing and weight add to the date when he can go back to
With good treatment, if a heart's task. If serum cholesterol work, and resume hobbies or
heart attack does come, yearsof is high, the physician will I sports, or sex relations. Any- s than good looks.
productive, happy life can lie most likely prescribe a diet to thing puzzling or bothersome .
ahead. Research is producingmore bring it down. should be brought into the open.
refinements and tech- He most likely will say no Many heart patients find bet-

niques to increase the ratio of smoking, or no cigarettes.And ter health than they had en- y rk
good recoveries.The most specialists pre- joyed before, by changing habits i #
road back to health can scribe suitable exercise and ac- which had not been health-pro ,... .. .. .
the has .\;:: ::::Wj::;:;: : :!::A:Y.::::!##!:.Y.:: :i:S i::#!ii i!;iii:ii:;:::;:i:::;:;:;:;:;-:'";;;; SS Ti... _';:, :L:F...
follow various byways, suited to tivity after heart recov- moting, or by finding new in- .:-.:.:;.... ..
the individual case, but some ered. The man doing physical!terests in a wider world. -

general guidelines apply to most work is frequently back at his Some come around to the ,- --- .n .
patients. old job, as is the businessman, type of philosophy expressedby jji k a% ::

Complete and total rest in bed the lawyer, newspaperman, or the famous golfer, Walter
Is the first immediate rule, to salesman. i Hagen: "Don't hurry and don'l! I
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(AP) In the PAT HOGAN primary, there is going to be a ..-;.;. '.,.,' ,
news from Washington: "Alachua County will noi t l real horse race in November. .::.;:::.::::.:: '; b <":.': .:..:,>: :'

SURPRISE GUEST: Friends show a sweeping victory for Republican candidate Hol I ey ; ': '
threw a dinner party Thursday Haydon Burns but it will show'!r will run a stong race," DeGrove :
night to celebrate Justice Wil- a victory," predicted Dr. John I said. I ; :t" w\ ,

liam 0. Douglas' quarter centu- DeGrove, University of Floridapolitical I Calculations for yesterday'spredictions ....... '
the Court. The .. .
ry on Supreme science professor, at t t based :::::: : '
were on fig-
surprise guest, arriving after the Lions' Club luncheon yester. of the first

the dessert, was President John- day. ures cent of the 1.8 million primary register-two 5 '4 ; ;

son.Johnson cent of the 1.8 milmlion registered I $ i ;
DeGrove further
dropped in at the predictedthat Democratic voters turned out .il ..N" ; .:. ; 1 }-
party, in a private club three 55 per cent of AlachuaCounty's I in I
the first primary, with fig-
registered voters would I
blocks from the White House,
ures varying from a low- of 49 ..... .
after flying back to Washingtonfrom go with Burns. t- ....:. :. :, ;.
per cent in Broward County to .
the funeral of Rep. Clar- Issues of both candidates had t -
a high of 87 per cent in Gulf t
ence Cannon, D-Mo., in Elsberry -
voter appeal, but High needed t and Hendry counties. 0
Mo. to come up with something hav .-... .....
Sen. Stuart Symington, D-Mo., ing more appeal than just the "Voting is a social event In .:':.'r-' '::' '.:,' ".: < ....... ,.-
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one of those attending the Doug "honesty and integrity" stand,, small counties. This explains the ::l ,, .. ;.}. fF
t :t Aaps% f//' y.:
las party, said the President DeGrove said. larger percentage of voters and ; ;
spoke a few words and after can be an important factor in I
staying about 90 minutes returned "High might have done it if an election outcome," DeGrove
to the White House. the debates had continued. Withdrawing said. t.W

I from the debates was: In the first primary, Burns
CENSORSHIP: The Armywas .the smartest move Burns; showed one of the most impressive -
reported Thursday to have made," DeGrove added. "High I distributions of strengths

barred from publication in an was the least known and wathe : throughout the state," DeGrove
official magazine an article crit- only one who stood to ben. said. .

ical of Pentagon policy written efit from the debates. Burns "No enthusiasm for either
by retired Lt. Gen. Garrison H. realized it and pulled out."
candidate will cause people to .w. :/i
Davidson. DeGrove predicted that 51.8: ...
make mind
up their at ;::
former West
Davidson a ,
per cent of the voters in the the last minute
and or they simply
Point superintendent com-
20 counties
top would go for
will not vote at all. Depending
mander of the 1st Army.
Burns. His
Before here tired last month, predictions were on where these people are, this
based on figures compiled by a ,
the general wrote the Defense could affect the vote greatly y r a
of Florida student in
University I
and upset all election calcula- 3.
Department of his criticism of ,
one of his political sciencecourses. y l ,_
(tions DeGrove added.
the program for reorganizing ,
Army divisions. He said it was 1 : '
"But no matter who wins this :
being carried out at the cost of : 9
traditions. Americans'Losing ,:iThere's /

Then he put his views into an /<
article for the magazine of the Drug
Command and General Staff

School at Ft. Leavenworth, Find at UF
Kan. an official Army publica
tion.The Freedom'Americans honest-to-goodness eating enjoyment ;
unofficial service magazine Is DescribedA
Army Navy and Air Force are increasing

Journal and Register, reportedthat search for invisible viruses their security by giving away
editors of the Ft. Leaven- using electronic microscopes led their freedom, Ocala Kiwanian in Batter Whipped Sunbeam Bread! j

worth publication submitted the to the development of the new: Doug Oswald told Gainesville :.
article to the Department of the Kiwanians yesterday at their .
drug to fight virus diseases, according .. -
Army for review. weekly meeting.He .;, -
to Dr. Herbert Kaufmanof
The army refused to permit called on Kiwanians to -sr -'
the UF Medical Center who I .. .
publication, the Journal and led in the development of the, help preserve this f r e edom -
Register said, "because of in- drug. through personal service in Ki- i

consistency with existing policy, Dr. Kaufman spoke ;yesterday wanis education. Take a bite..here's bread the way 4 : ;

and because publication would at the meeting of the Rotary Oswald warned that the dignity bread should be! Honesttogoodness t ..:... :
criti- of .
be tantamount to public Club at the Holiday Inn. individual is being!
cism by a senior commander of Kaufman said the drug, called lost through the road to social bread flavor, tender texture 4 .. :-

official policies and programs." IDU, is the first one found ism."With aid comes regulation and extra freshness, all in one delicious mean __ _
he stated.
that can stop a body cell's --
FOREIGN AID: The House of virus. He first became "You only think you receive loaf. It's Batter Whipped, 4

Foreign Affairs Committee rejected interested in the drug as: something for nothing," he add- our way of assuring you there's t/ f J I
Thursday new efforts to : ed. "In the final analysis it is
a weapon against a virus t more to this bread than good looks j I 1 I
cut President Johnson's $3.4-bil- disease that attacked the you who turns into nothing" Os
lion foreign aid bill, and Chair-I Kaufman is an eye specialist eyes.t wald continued. lots more!

man Thomas E. Morgan, D- at the University.The "The key to our high stand-
Pa., said he expects the drug has since been test ard of living lies in freedom," GUARANTEED !
reach the House : he
measure emphasized. Kiwanians
ed on both men and animals
floor virtually intact. and used in India as a possiblecure : it is up to us to help preserve No Holes for lasting freshness! .. i
Final action was put off until ; this freedom." I
for small pox, along with
next week. another new drug, Marboran, Balanced Nutrition for healthy bodies;

developed on the same princi: Student Riot
Oppose Talks ple. Marboran was developed t Tender Tested for eating enjoyment!

outside the UF. SEOUL, South Korea CAPI )- "e crrev. Owrflfy. ** *T AMito fr.p.r... 1-.. ,,S3 *:
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia "IDU was developed only two I Chanting "President Chung

(AP-Malaysia) stood fast today years ago, and already we have: Hee Park resign," about 500 FLOWERS BAKING -- -- --+ .
against a new Indonesian two other drugs invented,"I rock-hurling students clashed to- CO. : L Lm

attempt to stage peace talks Kaufman said. "Although the day with policemen in anti -

without a pledge to pull Indo- study of virus drugs is still in i I government demonstrations at -" 1533 S.E. 3rd St. ..... ., -- .-.
nesian guerrillas out of Malay- its infancy, I predict a bright[; Kwangju, 150 miles south of : GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA -
sian Borneo. future for it." Seoul. i. h i

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Inside And Out Of Stock Car Racing Explained ::1

I I' ATLANTA, Ga-The question much stiffer ride, a rough stock car run? Competitors can protest if mechanic. Before a new car asked to treat coveralls with 1

is is often asked: Just what ride, to overcome the punish- A. Four to six when racing.Q. they suspect some "cheating" is put on the track, the men flame-proofing solution. 't

1 stock car racing. ment of the turns at high What interior alterationsare going on. However, NAS- work on it for weeks. After a Q. What do drivers and me- f
There are thousands and made? chanics look for in new model
Other than CAR inspectors, under Technical major race, a complete over-
speed. permissibleuse
thousands of people in the of camshaft A. Roll bars are added for Director Norris Friel, are haul is done in four or five and why do the majority prefer 1 t;
country who know as m u c h any engine the and ? '
protection of the driver in extremely alert. They've seen days.Q. Fords Plymouths
parts are as cataloguedby
about stock car racing as the the factories. The case of a rollover, plus seat j all the tricks. Do racers handle like regular Sedans or CoupesA.
mechanics themselves. There ment is gained by putting the belt and shoulder harness. i Q. Could the family sedango cars in cornering and in They prefer two-door se-
i i are many more who know the Doors are bolted. A man is fast track the riding? dans or business coupes, the
.the as
engine together with watch- as on
sport in part. maker precision. A mechanic safer inside the car, in eventof j racers? If not, why not? A. For racing, the cars are lightest models. Fords and

For the edification of those might check a hundred pistons a crash, rather than- being | A. The family sedan could "tied down", with stiff, heavy Plymouths are popular because -

who ask questions, Atlanta International before finding eight that are thrown out. I not go as fast on the track springing and stiff shock ab they are winning, although -

Raceway Public equally matched and of iden- Q. What kind of fuel is used? i as a race car, under normal sorbers. Tire pressure is higher there are good drivers

Relations Director, Don O'. tical weight. The engine is as- Premium Gas i conditions, but it could be than normal and tubeless driving other models.Q. .

.t Reilly, takes the stand for a sembled rather loosefittingIn A. Premium delivered Wednesday, May 27, 1964 made to go as fast if the en- tires have not been permittedby What is a 500 mile race
question-and-answer session.Q. gas as NASCAR. Riding down- compared to in normal driv-
gine was assembled with the
a family sedan, it might be at service station
How do stock cars differin described as "already worn Usually any Pure Fire- I | same care with which race town would be the equivalentof ing that is, in a family sedan?

appearance from the fam out." bird pump.in NASCAR.Q. cars are put together. a "Mack truck ride." A. It is estimated that 500

ily sedan? Q. What other safety mea- miles on the race track is
Much? Which parts of car may sipation and longer wear. available to the public. How Long? the
A. Stock cars bear much resemblance How sures are taken? equivalent to 50,000 on
be altered or changed? Q. Who decides the rules and Q. What is done to insure Q. How much time in actual
yet differ quite a Q. How much does it cost to A. Shatterproof window highway.

bit from the family sedan. prepare a stock car for its A. Frame, steering and regulations governing these that these rules are met? man hours, does it take to glass is required, and head- Race fans can appreciatethe

Starting with a family two- first race? shock absorbers may be alter- changes? A. NASCAR polices and en- build a stock car and how long light glass is taped over to questions and answers

door sedan right off the assem- A. In addition to the normal ed and-or strengthened for A. NASCAR officials set the forces the rules. All cars are does it take to prepare it fora prevent breakage. Headlight and, perhaps, ask more when

bly line, mechanics strip it of dealer cost of the car, it is safety. Also, brake system rules and specifications at the completely inspected by NAS- race in normal circumstances glass may be removed and replaced they turn out for the Dixie 400

every nut and bolt, then start estimated about $5,000 covers may be strengthened and start of each year. As manu- CAR during the week before ? with a metal p I a t e. in Atlanta Sunday, June 7.

to,rebuild. They reinforce the the cost of new parts and labor wider wheels used to accom- facturers make model each major: race (such as A. A. Hard to say exactly, but Much attention is paid to eli- Some 50,000 of them are expected -

frame, add shock absorbers, mostly labor.Q. modate racing tires, which changes, NASCAR permits the I. R.) ant % -;d and kept un- probably in the hundreds. It mination of fire hazard from to watch the iron

strengthen steering and wheel How many miles to the have stock tread patterns but changes to be in effect 45 der cons e.-- NASCAR im- depends on the patience and the fuel tank, and batteriesare horses battle for the lucrative

assemblies and give the car a gallon of gas does average of special design for heat dis- days later All parts must be pound at-t-w track.TOP devotion to details of the chief bolted down. Drivers are $54,000 in prize money.What .

t UF Would .a Happened?

3 1 Be CaughtIn 9t

rs By HAL BOCK ninth. In between they kept the four hits. Al Spangler's leadoff

Middle Associated Press Sports Writer Cubs chasing base hits all over homer got the Colts started andFarrell's I

the field and looked like
fj any-
National League umpires who 11-strikeout
thing but cellar dwellers. pitching
; s; ww are talking about a strike, must kept them going.

r Having judiciously waited until now to see which Democratic have been out painting picket. Manny Mota had a solo homer

candidate would be in the finals of the governor'srace a K signs. and Jim Pagliaroni crashed a The Braves, who had bangedout

next fall and (as transplanted Northerners have been Y ; .. yw How else can you explain the' grand slammer as the Pirates 43 hits in winning their last

told by native Southerners) an almost "automatic" winner, 0, oF New.York Mets scoring 19 runs? hopped on Chris Short and Dallas three games, made their loud

the thought has occured that the University of Florida's In a week you say? Well, it's Green in the first two in- est noise with solo homers by

sports program has to wind up somewhere in the middle of true that would be a prolific out-: nings. Felipe Alou and Joe Torre.

all this. put for Casey Stengel's runless I Torre also doubled and walked

In case Gator fans missed it, one of the many planks in wonders for seven days and it's I Vern Law won it with a six- raising his average to .376.
hitter and walk-
Burns' is that the trimester system now y fanning seven
Haydon platform t more than they scored last
and John Don Drysdale permitted just
being used by state universities will be replaced by a returnto r... week. But we're talking about a ing one. Rojas
Callison homered for the Phils. three its but Cincinnati
the old semester plan.If single game.
___ __ ... Seven Games bunched them in the second in-
m m mn n m ,_ "". > ... _'If That's right, a single game.
such occurs, Gator basketball coach Norman Sloan and Dick Farrell became the first Drysdale's throwing error on n
And there were 2,503 fans inChicago's
many other UF athletic department officials may feel like Wrigley Field Tues-; seven-game winner in the ma- attempted pickoff it led to a 3-0

heading for the Citrus Tower at Clermont, thereby to jump BUDWEISER HITTERS READYING FOR POWERFUL BOMBERSLR day who can testify to the 19-! jors, throttling the Braves on Reds' lead.

off. Buck Benton, Bill Campbell, Prince Kendall, Gene RitchSun victory. In years to come that
( photo by Eddie Davis)
Basketball fans may not have stopped to think about it number is sure to grow. People

but in the current 11-team realignment of the Southeastern like to say they were on hand a a lIl I

Conference and the new 16-game schedule, if there is one Former Gators Sparkling when history was made. ear

thing that Florida can not now do within the framework of The Mets, whose past per-

the SEC, it is to go back to the OLD semester system. formance has made them somewhat LOS ANGELES Night Game CINCINNATI PHILADELPHIA Night Game PITTSBURGH

For Clearwater Bombers modest souls, did most of brhbi abrhbi abrhbi abrhbi
W. Davis cf 3 0 0 0 Rose 2b 421 a I Taylor 2b 2000 Schofield ss 5100
the with of fellows
damage a couple -
Wills ss 4010 Harper If 412 1 Culp p 1000 Mota cf 5221
named Smith. They weren't T. Davis If 4010 Pinson cf 310 a I cCater 1000 Clemente rf 5 212
Fairly Ib 4110 Coleman Ib 3 01 1 Klippsteln p 0 0 0 0 Freese 3b 5122
:the cough drop boys but Dick! Howard rf 4122 Johnson Ib 1 00 a Allen 3b 3000 bAiley 0000
Two former University of Other standout Bombers include many others. Roseboro e 4000 Robinson rf 4000 Callison rf 4121 Bailey If 4210
and irritatedthe
Florida athletes well knownto Ricky Tomlinson, The Bombers beat former Charley certainly McMullen 3b 4 0 0 0 Cardenas ss 3 0 0 a Covington If 4 0 0 Clenden'n Ib 4231
many Cubs as New York sprayed Trace'skl 2b 3 0 0 0 Edwards C 311 a Gonzalez cf 400 Mazer'ski 2b 5 1 1 1
local sports fans, will be times an All-World player; Ron Clearwater mound star Herb Drysdale p 2010 Boros 3b 31 1 0 Herrnst'n it? 4 0 0 0 Pagliaroni c 41 2 5
23 hits against six Chicago hurl- 200 3 0 0 0 Law 5120
aParker 1000 Purkey p Dalrymplt c p
much in the limelight Saturday Pinner, Bob Kuykendall, for- Dudley twice last weekend in Perran'skl p 0 0 0 0 Wine ss 1000
night when the Clearwater mer St. Petersburg Saints base- the series from Levittown, N.Y. ers. Totals M 2 6 2 Trials 30442 Amaro ss 2220
ag Grounded out for Drysdale In 8th. Short p 0000
Bombers take on Budweiser in ball player; Doug Mason, The lone loss was an exhibition Five Hits Los Angeles ............... 000 000 002-2 Green p 0000
a softball contest at City Park. ers' player-manager; Bomb-I fray. The only other defeat was Dick Smith became the first Cincinnati ... .'...,...... 000 300 03X-4 aRolas Totals 2b 32 3123 4 4 4 Totals 41111712

t The Bombers, defend ing Quinn;_ Ron Weatherby, to Aerodex of Miami. Met ever to get five hits in a A-Los E-Roseboro Angeles. Tracewskl 24-12 Cincinnati Drysdale.2711.PD Grounded for Freese out In for 7thGrounded Green In 3rd Into bRan -

world champions, will showoff game with three singles, a dou- DP-Tracewskl. Wills and Fairly. LOB. double play for Culp In Ith.

If memories need to be prodded a bit, under the semester a 13-2 overall record for the -" ble and a triple. Charley Smith Los HR-Howard.Angeles 5. Cincinnati Purkey.2. Philadelphia ... ....... .. 000 120 111- 4
j :: Pittsburgh ............... SiO Oil 20x-IIE
plan of the past, the basketball team could not play a game season, a 2-0 mark in the newly a,3COR belted a three-run homer, the .. IP H R ER BE SO
Drysdale. L..I 7 3 3 3 1 2 -Wine, Bailey. PO-A-Philadelphia 2410. -
t' for almost three weeks, generally being idle from around -formed Atlantic Major Sea- game's only four bagger, and Perranoskl ......1 3 3 1 0 0 Pittsburgh -IO'Lg -Alley, Mazeroskland
Purkey W. 2.3 ... 9 4 2 2 1 4 Clendenon. -Philadelphia. I 2, I
Jan. 10, to Jan. 30. board League and Bubba Williams Of added two singles for five RBI. WP Drysdale. U-Secory, Burktiart, Pittsburgh' f.
,i and Charlie Pike. Jack Fisher, delighted with Sudol and Pryor. T-2:12. A6662. 2B-Clemente. Freese Clendenon. SBClendenon -
f NEW YORK CHICAGO Mazeroskl. Clemente. HR-
How Can They Work Williams, first baseman last the fantastic support, fashioneda abrhbi abrhbi Mote Pagliaroni Rolas Callison.IP .
i B. Smith Ib 6 3 5 2 Stewart n 4000 H R ER II SO
with Budweiser when the four-hitter and went the distance
year Hunt 2b 5 2 41 Brock rf 4000 Short. L. 2-2 ...... 2.3 3 4 1 0 0
If the semester plan comes back intact, where in the world cal l club won the state title, ... ... NATIONAL LEAGUE .., FLORIDA STATE LEAGUEW for the first time since Thomas If 5321 Williams If 4010 Green .......... 11-3 4 5 2 2
Steph'son If 0000 Santo 3b 4010 Culp ............5 6 3 3 1 3
would Sloan find room for games such as next season's on is leading the Bombers in hits W L Pet. G.B. L Pet. G.B. May 3, 1963. Hickman cf 5 3 3 3 Banks Ib 3110 Klippstein ...... 1 2 0 0 0 0
Jan. 14, at Mississippi State; Jan. 16, at Mississippi; Jan. 21, and runs scored with 14 each. Philadelphia 21 14 .600 Fort Lauderdale 25 12 .675 And Stengel? The 01' Perfes- ChrTpner. rf 5 21 2 Rodgers ss 3000C. Law W, 2-4 ..... .t 4 4 a 1 7
San Francisco 22 15 J95 Lakeland 23 14 .622 2 Smith 3b 6 2 3 5 Ranew c 3000 Night Game
Miami at home; Jan. 23, Kentucky, at home; and Jan. 25, Williams, a former Gainesville St. Louis 22 17.564 -1 Daytona Beach 22 15 .595 2VS ser was delighted with the show. McMillan ss 5 1 21 Cowan cf 3011 HOUSTON MILWAUKEE
I 22 17.s 1 St. Petersburg 22 16 .579 3V* Samuel M 1000 Buhl p 0 010 abrbW abrhbi.
Alabama, at home High School star, pitched for Milwaukee Pittsburgh 21 17 .553 1V4 Sarasota IS 18 .500 tVi "Well, I suppose most of.the Can'zaro c 5221 Schurr p 0000 Spangler If 5111 Alou cf 3111
Florida's Gators one season. Cincinnati 19 18 .514 3 Tampa 16 22 .421 'Ih club owners will be trying to Fisher p till aBurton 0000 Fox 2b 4110 Mathews 3b 4000
How can the powers-to-be expect five other SEC schoolsto Houston 20 22 .476 4'A Miami 13 24 .351 12 Slaughter p 0 I 0 0 While cf 4140 Wo'd'ard 3b 0000
Gators? Pike Leading Los Angeles 18 22 .450 5V4 Orlando 9 27 .250 15V4 contact me now to get my,,play bA'Hitano 1000 Bond rf 2111 Aaron rf 4000
accommodate the Why
around to .
Results Hobbie oooo Staub
maneuver Chicago 14 21 .400 7 YesterdaY's p Ib 4012 Torre c 3121
should ? Pike, a cage star with the New York 12 28 .300 1M Lakeland 7. Orlando 1 ers, he told newsmen. Spring p' 0000 Aspro'nte 3b 4 0 2 0 Carty If 4010
they Yesterday's Results Fort Lauderdale 5. Sarasota 1 Don't expect a mad rush, cBurke 1000 Bateman c 4 01 0 Gabrison Ib 10 0 0
Gators, is leading the Bombersin New York 19, Chicago 1 Tampa 3, Daytona Beach 2 (10 innings) Elston p 0000 Kasko ss 4000 Boiling 2b 3000
If the semester plan comes back to the UF, It is to be hitting with a .423 mark on Pittsburgh 13. Philadelphia 4 Miami 6. St. Petersburg 4 (14 innings) Case. Totals 4t If 2317 Totals 301 4 1 Farrell p 4000 cMaye 1000
Today's Games a-Walked for Schurr In 3rd; b-Lined Menke 3000
in at Houston 4 Milwaukee 2 ss
hoped it will be a realistic one, such as that now use 11 for 26. Williams is hitting Cincinnati 6. Los Angeles 2 Orlando at Tampa Buc's Romp out for Slaughter in 5th; c-Filed out for Clc/lnger p 1 0 0 0
Kentucky. There, the exam period is one week that one, 14 for 45. San Francisco at St. Louis rain Miami at St. Petersburg Spring In 8th. Smith p 0000
three full .311 on Today's Games Daytona Beach at Lakeland While the Mets were wearing New York ,..............., 4M *M 404 1* aCline 0000
((1)), seven days long. At Florida, it is almost The Bombers will bring two New York at ChicagoSan Fort Lauderdale at SarasotaINTERNATIONAL out Cub fielders Chicago ................... OMtHOOO. Schneider POD 0
LEAGUEW Pittsburgh bde la Hoz 1 0
Francisco at St. Louis, N I 0 0 j
weeks.If standout hurlers here. They are Philadelphia at Pittsburgh N L Pet. G.B. Philadelphia a similar E-Rodger*. PO-A-New York 27-11. Tiefenauer pOD 0 0 I
the UF can set up a week's exam period, Sloan, and Houston at Milwaukee N Toronto 21 12 .636 gave Chicago 2713. DP-McMillan. Hunt andD. Terals 95 411 4 Totals 31 242
Veldon Haney, one of soft- Tomorrows Games Jacksonville 1* 14 J76 2 treatment. The Pirates scored 10 Smith; Rodgers, Stewart and Banks. a-walked for Smith in Jth b-Plied
the other SEC schools, can make necessary changes in sched- ball's greatest; and Eddie King. New York at ChicagoLos Syracuse 16 12 J71 SV4 and LOB-New York t. Chicago 3. out for Schneider In 7th; Grounded
Rochester runs in the first two innings Cannlzzaro 2. Banks Williams O. .
trouble.Compromise. Angeles at Cincinnati N 15 13.536 3Vt out for Boiling In yth.loutton
uling without much fang, another UF graduate, is San Francisco at St. Louis. N Columbus.Buffalo 17 15.531 3'h coasted to a 13-1 victory. Hous-Smith.Smith. Christopher, D. Smith. SB-O. .............,.. 101 120 000-4
Philadelphia at Pittsburgh N 13 It Ml 7 ,....... .....
for the 5-0 Milwaukee 007 xx cot
>-l season, Haney, ; Houston at Milwaukee Richmond 13 19 .404 TVi I ton dropped Milwaukee 4-2 and IP H R ER IB SO -iE
on a QuarterA and Tom Conard, former Miami AMERICAN LEAGUEW Atlanta 9 20 .310 10 Fisher W, 23 .... f 4 1 1 1 3 -None. PO-A-Houston 27-2, Milwaukee -
L Pet. G.B. Yesterday's Results t Cincinnati whipped Los Angeles uhL', L. 4-2 ...... 235 4 4 1 1 2715. DP-Boiling, Menke and Gab-
ugh eager and star at Furman, Chicago 20 10 .667 Toronto S. Buffalo 3 j)(2. San Francisco and St. Louis Schurr .....,..... 21-33 3 2 0 3 nelson; Menke Boiling and Gabrielson. .
return to the old method certainly would bring about a Baltimore 24 14 .632 Jacksonville 2. Richmond 1 laughter ........ 2 111 0 1 OB-Houston 4, Milwaukee ..
committee for )ls 2-1. New York 19 14 .574 Vfi Atlanta 4. Columbus 3 1 were rained out. Hobtoie ......... 1 442 1 1 28-White. Bateman Torre. 38-Staub.
executive a
hurried meeting by the SEC's Spring ...........
2 ,
Cleveland 18 14 .563 3 Syracuse 7, Rochester 7. tie called Mets Cub 000 0 1 R-Spangler Atow Torre.
discussion. Something would have to give and it could go as Minnesota 21 17 .553 3 end 8th, rain The jumped on Elston ."......... 1 5 < 1 1 IP H R ER BB SO
Boston 20 11.526 4 Today's Games tarter Bob Buhl for four runs *-Faced S batters In 7th. Farrell, W 7-1 .. 9 4 2 2 3 11
far as the UF being politely asked to drop out of the confer Detroit 17 20 .459 6'h Toronto at Buffalo HBP-By Hobbie (Canaizz ro), by El- toninger, 43"4. 42.3. 4 4 2 1
alarmed. This would be the most drastic 1 /1 Washington 17 26 .385 'v% Syracuse at Rochester I n the first and completed the t tton (Christopher). Balk-Spring. PB-Raew Smith _......... 1-30 0 0 1 0
ence. But lon't get ,- jUAJOR Los Angeles 15 25 .375 10 Columbus at Atlanta with six in the !: : O-Conlan, HarveY. Venzon Weyer. Schneider ...... 2 2 0 0 0 2
C carnage runs A ....
and final measure involved. Kansas City 12 25 JU 11V4Yesterday's Richmond at Jacksonville T.=!-JP!!!! -2 503.They9re .Tiefenauer 2 1. 1/ 2

There is a ray of hope, though. The athletic department, : LEAGUE Baltimore 2. Detroit Results 1 '

understand a goodly number of UF professors, too, 7j New 3, Cleveland 2 Jr. Golfers
and we onYo Ii-- --- -"" ---- '
3, Washington 2 -r--
feel this way, leans toward a year-round quarter system now Minnesota 2. Los Angeles J .',, : .,! r-- ..
r L Chicago at Kansas City rain I ,- :
i used at many schools, Georgia Tech and Ohio \ to name Today Games r: ,>;>, '- -';*'. Hold Annual
This allows a break at Chri ", another Minnesota at Los Angeles 2, twinight. w.: 4v
two in a hurry. back the ... ... NATIONAL LEAGUE ... ... Chicago at Kansas City 2 twmtght
meek at Easter, another early in June. It brings Batting (M at bats) Williams. Detroit at Baltimore.. N Award
of classes from late September until early June, 4 Chicago.394; Mays San Francisco .393. Cleveland at New York Night
old run Runs Mays. San Francisco 37; Washington at BostonTomorrow's
which local merchants would like, but breaks it into three 4:i nente. Pittsburgh. 30. GamesNo
which Runs batted in Mays. San Francisco games scheduled Trophies were in abundancelast
also is quarter
There a summer
Instead of two.
parts 4 40; Torre. Milwaukee. 31. t
to the old UF summer program, mid-June until Doubles Clemente. Pittsburgh 13; 4R night at the GainesvilleGolf
corresponds Williams Chicago, and Torre. ,, and Country Club as the

midAugust.With welfare of. the Gator cagers and the entire lee.Triples 10. Santa Chicago MilwaU-1 Fireball'Critical' Junior Golf Association held its
the jealous mente. Pittsburgh, 4. I annual
UF athletic program in mind, it is to be hoped that when Home runs Mays. San Francisco.. season-ending banquet.
17; Howard Las Angeles 13. Trophies were awarded
the politicians start politicking (and they will) over educa- Stolen bases Wilts Los I top

tion in the state college system, that a compromise will be .IS; Harper. Cincinnati ,. ; participants in the various age i
Pitching (5 decisions) Angeles.j and in
reached between the current trimester and the old semester I ton. 71. '.11,; Bruce. groups tournament play f
trim down the Marietta: San Francisco *-U CHARiOTTE.NC. (AP) throughout the season. '
plan. Either bring in the quarter system or Strikeouts Maloney Cincinnati it; I IDrys4aIe Race driver Glenn (Fireball) "li<

semester break to a more reasonable length of time. ,AMERICAN Los Angeles: LEAGUE 55. Roberts remained on the critical A new trophy for boys 18-hole

The only thing certain at the moment is that the jockeyingover Batting (M at bat) OUva. Minn list group, 15-17 year age bracket,
today though doctors
framework will be a good political t iota .:Ial; 'Bressoud. Boston.3S1R4IIIS l l rm
the whole OUva. Minnesota 34; Rollins.Minnesota. said he was conscious alert and was donated by Robertson's

footbalL And everyone knows what kind bounces a footballcan j Runs batted. 33. kt Wagner,. Cleveland making "satisfactory, progress ; i Jewelers. It will be an annual

take. at Cash Detroit, 30. Y (contribution.
<1 Washngton considering the extent of his .zt.t
Hits O va. Minnesota > ,
54. yarns." Bishop Speaker I
Hits dements Pittsburgh M; University of Florida
Torre, Milwaukee 54.
Ike Steals ShowARDMORE DoublesRolllnso Minnesota lit The 33-year-old Roberts, of t:each Buster Bishop was guest
ressoud. Boston,- and Matthews Kansas st
City, 14Triples Daytona Beach, Fla was burn- speaker at the affair and Junior

Green. Kansas Otyi FreKwU ed over most of his body Sun- golfer Billy Armour served as

Pa. CAP) -The show from his partner, Masters J I Los.Angeles and HMon 01..d Washington.Versaltes.Aiimesota. 4.. day in a fiery, three-car crash __ ___n_ .__,.. ______ master of ceremonies.

crowd at Merion Golf Club was champion Arnold Palmer. md Homes Kiilebrew.runs -Minnesota Colavito. 12.Kansas CIty. during the World 600-mile stock Bishop said, "The most Important -

apprehensive. Comments included Marts (j). Yankees King (J, $eM- car race. One-third of his body The Winners ; thing I can say to you
Eisenhower and Palmer I Clinton (2), Red Sox. \
"Gee, I hope be plays Stolen bases Aparicio. Baltimore. received third degree burns.A is to study. First you have tobe

well," to "I hope he doesn't embarrass teamed in a match Tuesday for 1 32 ;Welt.FregoU Chicago, 'Los; Angeles Wagnever.; Versalles Cleveland -! medical bulletin said Rob Pictured above are youngsters who were award winners last night at the 1 a good student and then a

himself." the benefit of the Heart Fund :Minnesota and Hinton. Washington S. erts" "temperture. pulse, kidney Gainesville Golf and .Country Club Junior Golf Association banquet. L-R are j good; golfer

The "he" was Gen. Dwight D. against veteran pro Jimmy I Uarro.i> Pitching, Chicago.- Bunker.54. 1.000.Baltimore and function and all other vital Chuck Hogan, 3-hole champ; Mike Hogan, 9-hole champ; Cindy Mizell, 3-hole "When I am trying to recruit

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By LEONARD KOPPETT have liked to see him try it whenhe less experienced than any ordi- cult. What if Mantle had madeit that Mantle would not have nut
first came up because I always -nary high school player. It ? ) as many home runs batting f
NEW YORK Can a base- thought he was better I right-handed exclusively.
a would be impossible to try at "I think there's no doubt he'dhave I
ball player be having a sensa- hitter right-handed." the age of 32, to develop the a higher average," said In recent years, Mickey's
tional hot streak and a terrible 1 whole new set of responses ne- "Yankee Stadium is tough I numerous: injuries seem to have
Even when Mantle first reached Yogi.
slump at the same time? Yes, Two three times accentuated the difference. His
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the Yankees-in 1951, at the on right-handed
Ic if his name is Mickey Mantle age of 19,with two years of min- Mantle has gone to bat right- that big left center, but Mickey I right leg, the one he must shift
and he is hitting .545 righthanded -
/ or-league experience-it was handed against a rightybut hits a lot of long ones to right ,weight to swinging left-handed,
; and .190 left-handed. late. Taught from early childhood against Hoyt Wilhelm, who s e field hitting righty anyhow. So I has given him more trouble than
s a knuckleball is totally unpredictable I his I left, and his damaged shoulder -
Such a disparity-extreme to be a switch hitter,Mantle he might not have lost too many
this instance but to a lesser degree never acquired any exper- from any side). home runs in the long run." affected his lefty swing
common enough during ience at all in swinging at a Back in 1951, a change would Still, the stadium is built for nore: than his right.
J- 3, Mantle's career-always raisesa pitch thrown from the "same"
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that one thing would be enoughthe
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were the runners. At right is hurdler Bill Roberts who won All this time, the right-handed HOME ..
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I'' All-Comers Take Cricket Y 4raw r Bunker Marches To VictoryBy

: '; J- Match From British IslesEditor's MIKE RATHET hits before he was lifted for a Bill Freehan's single and a sacrifice hit by winning pitcher.. Jim

Associated Press Sports Writer pinch' hitter when the Orioles fly by Don Wert. Kaat.

There's no battle when Bunk scored the winning run in the Kaat, bringing his record to

( Note: Cricket All Comers were put in to J'British fielding wilted before er's on the hilL seventh. Lost It 5-2, struck out nine and scat-

i I' matches by University of Flor- bat after losing the toss. With]I this onslaught and some hard "Wally Bunker the 19-year-old Bunker's professional experience McBride, protecting a 1-0 lead tered eight hits.

rlda foreign students have Collins absent the British attack chances rookie before this season consisted lost it in the fourth when he hit Jim King hit for the cycle for
.. drawn local interests. The reports vested heavily on Bryan Whipp I were grounded but the a sensation with creating a of 14 games with Stockton in Rich Rollins with a pitch and the Senators, smacking a single,
the Baltimore
;.: .I official cricketlanguagestyle (Wales) who took three for 48. final result could not have been Orioles marched 1963, where he posted a 10-1 an -error and a walk filled the double, triple and homer. The
the hill
are as intriguing as the The innings opened quietely, altered. Shah was hit in the for the fifth time up this on season record, and an 0-1 record with bases. Don Mincher's sacrifice homer tied the score 2-2 in the

. game itself. Today's story Vince Morton (South Africa) body by a rising ball and retired Tuesday night and came the Orioles after reaching the fly got the run home. The Twins sixth. The Red Sox won it in

;E i \ was written by Britisher started where he left off last 17 not out, for treatment with his fifth victory 2-1 away over majors at the tailend of the moved ahead to stay in the seventh -the Dint h when winning pitcher

Cedric Stratton). week, scoring 19, in two part the Detroit season. when Mincher singled and Earl Wilson led off with a walk
J I nerships of 18 and 17, before Pushed Score The teen-ager tosser has be- eventually scored on an infield and moved around on singles by
Stan Etchells (Canada) and .. was, of course, the usual -
ball which made
( Sun Cricket playing over come the Orioles' No. 1 winner Dalton Jones and Eddie Bres-
i haste off the Deendayal then pushed the skirmishing, but Bunker has
; The All-Comers pitch. allowing only 22 hits and soud.
I beat the Brit score to 140. When Deendayal ."" not been bombed yet. This time eight Bauer Learns

ish Isles 165 to five declared tc I Carlton Deendayal (India) retired 53 not out (season's WALLY BUNKER he set the first 13 Tigers downin an eye-opening 1.76 ERA. Fifth StraightThe

72 all -out in the lastest cricket t: joined Tushar Shah (India) for high), and Etchells (a bowler;) I Wins Again order and allowed only three When injuries struck, Manager victory was the fifth

match at the University of Flo. the fourth wicket, putting on 40 retired at a career-best 25 not: Hank Bauer was forced to Of $50 Fine II I straight for the Red Sox and

rida. against a varied attack. The, out, the final indignity. Jagdish send Bunker to the firing line. I I their eighth in nine games.

Saluja (India) captain, declared I I ,. 1 1 1 Top Winner BALTIMORE (AP) Manager Richardson, who earlier had
of the Baltimore
the inning closed at 165 for five The teen-ager tosser has become belted a pair of two-out triplesbut
I Orioles
: Decorator StyledDRAPERY wickets, made in a trifle under the Orioles' No.1 winner, was advised Tuesday I was stranded, drove across
Game that he had been fined $50) for
three Night Night Game 22 the tie-breaker for the Yankees
i hours. WASHINGTON BOSTON CLEVELAND NEW YORK allowing only hits and eight 'his vigorous dispute with umpire
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Moose Gains I Jaclc- tinG -


Ni'cklaus Umpires Issue UltimatumBy y

I Midget Victory fAK A rpfrom 1"H4' r RRAINAr

II I / -flME7 you MAY tN000N'! K -f14ECONFL151NG JOE MOOSHIL town[ before issuing their ultimatum "We made repeated requests umpires voted' against accept

111JA1"ON WNERENE: a 'EAK f: for an opportunity to discuss our I ance. That is our final decisionand
: VIEWED FROM OPPO61-f: 6'l7eOF' -f1.fH01 ". demands," said Reynolds "butwe I don't think we have to
On Big Inning IN -HI CAtjf3,7N>E; SUJKOUNPIAl6rPRRAIN Baseball League Umpires Association Reynolds said that he and five heard nothing from the hold any other meetings."
WI"t. OPEN: eveAt.Ie -rgLJE UNE. YOU"L.f'INt' having failed to pressure lirectors of the group met with 'Two weeks we received
league. ago ,
THE PAUU MO&T WKLY 1"011JRN WlrH increase has issued Frick said he .
rwe e 'NgeAu SLOPE OPINE LAND 'J1.lAN a pension plan 1 eague officials at the major a letter from Mr. 'Gilesin didn't know anything
. I Moose scored five runs in the City Kiwanis 9-6.in a Western AGAINST ii. 50 WHEN IN DOUBT UJOK AZQUN0! a strike ultimatum. league meetings last December. which,he presented his about a strike threat and

last half of the fifth inning to fray at Littlewood. This[ group also huddled with the pro-I added that "I would have to say
I Either the National League posal,of $250 a year per
I hand Lions its first National VationalLeague Pension Com- at this time that it is a league
Lions had scored four in the .at meets the association's demands I
League defeat of the year, nittee. "We held our meeting and the I matter.
top of the fifth to snap a 9-9 or "appropriate action" will be
14-13 in baseball
a Midget loop
tie before Moose came back to taken by 3 p.m., July 3, said at- -
p l game at Kirby Smith field yes- win. Quintero, Moose's hurler, : ; torney John J. .Reynolds of Chi

terday.In other. contests, Gainesville hit runs.a grand slam homer for four,I on cago'who Tuesday.represents'the group, AIR CONDITION NOW! I IPreSeason

Shopping Center downed Life I The move, hit such, baseball

: i, Underwriters, 16-1, in a Rebel Johnson & Faris got 16 hits in officials as Warren Giles, president -I Gainesville's Largest Window Air Conditioner Dealer

: game at City Park, first loss its easy win, Hughes scored of the National League and:

for Underwriters; Johnson & eight runs in the second to off- Ford Frick, the game's commissioner -

Faris toppled Citizens Bank 22-:set four in the first by, D.O.W., 0WKRCYJWDA by surprise.

I 10 in a Dixie game at Sidney 'and Plumbers Union counted \ However the umpires' association Sale

Lanier, Hughes Supply downed I three times in the sixth to break \ has been angling for in-

Baptist D.O.W. 9-4 in an American I a W tie with Kiwanis after the I \ creased pension benefits for the
clash at andI' umb- last six months without. receiv
Fuiley : latter scored five times in the UN& ,

.hers Union topped University fifth to tie. Van .Winkle hom- MOSt"J./KElY, I ing.league courtesy; said Rey BEAT THE HEAT WITH RED HOT PRICES

t ,. AMERICAN. LEAGUE ered for Plumbers Union in the 'fOe& ea0 res nolds. LARGEST FEDDERS AIR CONDITIONER DEALER IN FLORIDA '
DOW ab r fc
: Bap. ab r h Hug. Supply
I M. Hogan 2b 21 2 Boyd d. 210 sixth with one on and Stewartdid .1 18 Meet and ONLY Authorized Fedders Air Conditioner Dealer in Gainesville.
cf 108 -
Lameyne 411 Hentges .
Feather Ib 2 0 0 D. Hammond p 41 1 the same for Kiwanis in the I Eighteen of the league's 20 We Also Sell Large Quantities of Admiral Air Conditioners- ,-,
t Murphy If 301 Boyd 2b 41 1 ,
.s Ruffin 3b 111 Holland is 321 fifth. umpires met with Reynolds in a first class unit with good prices. ., '
? Peck cf 21 0 Bethel 3b 311 and drafted letter ,.
Chicago a "
t Smith rf 2 0 0 R. MCintosh 1b 31 1 Incomplete I I COOLERATORS Good Unit and Good Prices. -
31 0 increased benefits.
Kitchens C 200 Wheeler c Center-Under- demanding
.. Richardson p 1 0 0 Martaln If 010 The Shopping 1--/
Frank p 000 Keefe If 100 writers box score was .incom I Copies of the letter were sent to! We only sell units that we know are the best to buy. '
K. Hogan p 1 0 0 K. Hammond If 1 0/ /9C J.lKNt.1aue.AURWdQf FLeRKD! Giles and every team in the I WE SERVICE ALL UNITS WE SELL,
Ramerlze 2b 2 0 0 E McIntosh rf 1 0 0 plete. ,
.t Hummel 3ft 100 Walker rf 100: league I
Welch rf 000. Buns rf 100 Games the for I
Today's : I Currently, pension plan
M. Hogan e 1 0 tf A mow rf 000
Totals 2. 4 5 Totals 21' 'I National, Ches 1ut's:vs."Moose umpires retiring at 55 calls for All units ore Flush NEMA Cools Moisture Delivered

..Baptist D.O.W. .;.......: '4 D D 0 0 0-4 I'at Kirby' Smith; American, Schlitz Pulls $200 a year for each year of Mounted. BTU Sq. Removal Price
..Hughes Supply ......._, 1101 0 x-9' Rating Amps Volts Ft. ph. hr. of Unit 1
Building' Trades vs., Hughes, service meaning an umpire with Thermostat
.;"Uons ab r b Moose .. ab ril, Finley; Western First.National 10 years of active service would Controlled 4,500 8 115 250 1.5 109.88
_Latsco 2b 421 Trimmer 3t> 100,! : 5,000 8 115 290 1.7 128.97
.Esser Ib-p 322 AAcDavW 3b 221 Bank: vs. Sudden Service Oil receive $2,000 a year upon re-
'I 6.200 71 V2 115 875 1.3 152.50 f
Underwood 2b 0 0 0 tirement.The .
3b 31 1 Littlewood Dixie First Federal 1.23 Speed Fan
; ,
.! yGKrltzman rf 0 0 0 McGee 2b 030 City Surprise association however Slide-out Chusis' 10.000 12 230 375 2.75 181.97 i''
4 21 Bank :Lanier Rebel ,
j Kessler rf DO 0 Martin' U > 1 S1 Citizens ;
12 230 610 4.6 199.97
.Crosby p-lb 311 Qulntero P". 321 Florida Pest Control : wants this figure boosted to $300a 14.000
Rick ss 120 Whitney 4 01 vs. All Certified NEMA 15.000 11.6 230 920 4 215.00

JI Tusslnger D. Smith If If 111 100 Daugherty Hope rf If 210 020 Life Underwriters, City Park. Schlitz pulled a surprise_ in vs. Fulps Radiator, Field No. Recent year for dickering each year resulted of service.in CN-I Prices Rated.include: 16,500 13.t 230 1,000 4.5 225.00 rl

1 Jones If 010 Wright rf 100 City League Softball play at City 1, 6-30 Gainesville Gas vs. Utility an
I Delivery, 1-Year 17,500 12 230 1,040 5 235.00 ;'i
Abbott rf 2 1 1 W. Right rf 100 offer of $250 by Giles which the I
Myers e. 3 21 Lott rf IOC Gators Race Park last night by downing' Department; 8, Gainesvil e National Pension Service on Parts & 19000' 13.6 230 1,160 5.3 263,97 ,
League Com-
Deaux If 2 01 Ferber Cf 200 Labor and YearsWarranty
Johnson cf 100 Dees 1b 120Totals Gainesville Wings 3-0 'on Bill Livestock vs. Sunland; 9:30 5 Sealed 20'000 14.3 230 1'190 6.4 266.75 I

24 11 t Totals, 21 14 5 Past DolphsJACKSONVILLE Lester's .four-- hit pitching. I Penn Chem vs. Publix; Field Refrigeration on Systems. 25,000 16 230 1.500 8 304.50GAINESVILLE'S
-S2204--13, No 2
Moose .:::.:.: ..:.......::20235-14 Since Budweiser topped Guy: Two Tourneys t

WESTERN LEAGUE Florida's Cleveland Construction Co. 7-2 !I Cleveland 000
Guy 001 1 -2 6
C. Nw'cmb,If 1 1 0 Kelly If 100 Gators ran their baseball recordto the setback dropped Wings two I Budweiser 201 0400 x- 7 5 I Pa.
K. N'cmb If 2 0 0 Searrte* If 301 21-10 for the season with a'' full games behind Brambaugh and Leon, -Brox- APPenn State will take
'Kettke If 2 0 0 Gillett 3t> 200 I !
D-vls rf 100 Wooton 3b 211 14-4 verdict over Jacksonville Lester and Lynn Doverspikeof ton; McGee, Barnes and Erwin. part in two basketball tourna- Double Hung or Jalousie Window $7.50 Casement Window or thru Wall $22.50
Cullu rf 100 Perry 2b 200
ments next December. On Dec.
Stewart rf 221 King 20 111 University yesterday. Wings were locked in a score
I Vn Wnkle p 4 1 1 Holland rf 200 less duel until the fifth inning. Schlitz 0000300-31 11-12 the N'"any Lions will join I 10% DOWN PAYMENT-24 MONTHS TO PAY-LOW FINANCE CHARGESWe
Stratford ss 422 Shelton rf 100 Infielder Earl Montgomery led Wings 0000000-04 '
warmlck e 411 Springfield C 311 Schlitz, hitless until then, got Loyola of Chicago Kansas State
Preston 2b 400 Stewart p 3 21 the attack with two doubles anda Lester and Wallace; Dover- 'and Kansas in the Sunflower I
Roberts 3b 300 Poruio cf 301 The Gators built 14-0. started with two away. spike, Atwood and Sell and Install
Summerlln Ib 11 0 Foshee 1 -rf.Jf 300 single. a Daugherty. Festival at Manhattan, Kan. ( B. Bohannon Jr1Central

t' -Tr/Jli Pane cf 3f 31 S 0 Totals Shapiro ss 2t 311 61 lead before JU could score. Six Hit By Pitch On Dec. 2B-29; Penn State will

-..Plumbers Union ........,. 2 1 003 --, runs in the eighth made it easy. Lester was hit by a pitch Floyd To' Use defend the Motor City title in Air Conditioningand ,
_U. C. Klwanls ........ ... 01 OPS 0-4 Florida now will host. Florida; leadoff batter Jake Leventhal Detroit. The latter field includes work.Heating, including ill dud
DIXIE LEAGUE the hit the winners I Call 'us for free estimates.
State Friday and Saturday in got only
.Jhn a Far. ab r h Citz. Bank ab r h 'Usual Detroit, Houston and Valparaiso S.E. 7th St. & 8th Ave. Phone FR 2-9561
Walsh If 232 Hender'sn 3b-p 41 1 Gainesville close out the sea managed all night long and then Style9NEW i
.Murphree If 210 Czapiga cf 100 four straight walks to
There will be
.. son. a single game --- --
432 Lewis rf lOCI
Bryant 3b -- -
I force in all three Tom At- YORK (AP) Floyd i
W. Boles p 111 Herring rf 111 Friday and a double-header runs.
R. Scott p 21 0 Gassett p-lb 412 wood relieved Doverspike but Patterson will fight Eddie
Benz c 421 Crosby lb-ss 2 2 1 Saturday.
Awbrey Ib 422 Greene c 423 the damage had been done. Machen in his "usual style" at BOYS and GIRLS !
Stokes ss 201 R. R'bts ss-p 100,FLORIDA JU ab r h bi Budweiser iced its with Stockholm, Sweden July 5. Andif
E-no H 2 2 2 D. Berry 3b 1 1 1 1 ab r h tx Masco If 2100Crene game
D nham 2b 2 ODE. Berry If 100 3b 3110 Smires rf 5120 a four-run surge in the fifth as Floyd's "usual style" back-
Nobles 2b 2 3 2 D. Cobb rt-cf: 100 Pendley 3b 3000 Jensen ss 5020 I fires, as it did twice against
Linzmayer d 2 21 D. Cobb If 200 Duncan If 4311 Welland c DID'Bill McGee and :Bobby Barnes
L Boles cf 311A. Foster cf 100 Sha'on Ib 4311 Clark: 3b 4100'I split the. hurling duties. Bud- Sonny Listen the former heavyweight .
Maclean rf 010 Young 2b 211 'Mar"oft ss 3112 Math's Ib 4132
McGlluray rf 3 01 T. Roberts 2b 01 0 Blo'ren rf 3111 Burger cf 4010 weiser was out-hit by Guy, champion- says he'll quite to
Totals 31 22 16 Totals U 10 10 Porter c 5223 Knott 2b 4 0 0 ff Cleveland siX'to five.TodaY' the ring.
( Johnson .. Farts ...... 32'337-22 Eggart cf 1000 Petr-y p 0000 I Patterson .who left
Citizen's Bank "... .., 01210 6-10 Boysen cf 3120 McM'lan p 3000 by plane
Srltfin p 3100 Wltten p 1000 $ Business League con- for Europe Tuesday, said at the

Elliott Totals p 31 14 0000 12 11 Totals 37 4 t 2 tests: airport he hasn't considered los-

Two Win JU Florida. ,.. .. ... .. .-.' 000 240 000 010 0464 150-14 6.30: Post Office vs. Med Students -ing to Machen. But, he added,

[ E-Marcroft 3; Clark 4; Mathews. Burger ; 8, Road Prison vs. Smith should he be knocked out or i A free Learn-to-Swim Campaign under I

In MajorExchange 17-17., McMillan.DP-Creese PO-A-Florida, Montgomery.27IX Shannon.JU Sinclair; 9:30 Hav A-Tampa take a bad beating, he definitely -' I

Marcroft Knott. Mathews.Montgomery. Shannon; Jensen will retire.Qtatmaucttai. the joint sponsorship of the re e I : i I

J' Club and Kiwanis LOB-FlorIda 11. JU' f; 2B Monf, Gainesville Sun and the Gainesville
gomery Welland. Jensen. Mathews. SB- Classifying.
:, scored wins yesterday as Major Griffin SF-Porter. Duncan. BlongrenIP Boys' Club.
M League baseball play got under H R ER BB SO .s"Gainesville's _
Griffin (W) ...... I 1 4 0 2 31 To Continue
'way at Harris Field. Elliott .,".l 1 0 1 3 \
Petrosky (L2-1' .. 1 1_3 3 : 5 4 0
Exchange won from Elks 6-3 McMillan .....:.. 6,1.3' t 1 6 2 Favorite
and Kiwanis beat Rotary 3-1 in Wltten .... 11-3 0 0 0 1 0 Classifying jn.the Jaycee Bud
u-Lllllen. Cooper. T-2:45.Tung Garden of Eating"now JUNE 4-13 -
a contest in which neither team dy baseball program goes into QUALIFICATIONS:

t w,could get a. hit. the final three, days today for I featuring! : i

1 ,'Schenck Rotary rf ab 2 r 0 h 0 Davis Kiwanis c ab 200 r h RompsIn boys who plan to play in the.' SUMMER COLD at the a Minimum oge-7, Minimum height-52 in.

j Clark 2t 01 0 Puckett 2b 110 jrogram. Classifying at 4 p.m.
t< Burge If 200 Simmons 3b 21 0 today will be for 9 and 10-year PLATES Classes will be conducted on the above dates
Y'ngblood cf 2' 0 Ryals II 200 Petticoat CAROL ESTATES,
Hough 36 300 Collar Ib 110 olds, at 4 p.m. tomorrow forLl13 I '706 W. University Ave. from 8 A.M. through 12 noon with classes
McCalllster Ib 2 0 0 Culbreath p 100 year olds. Friday will be

e Good Bender: C ss 200 100 Writ Robinson rf cf .200 206 Jones-Johnson won from Wil.. for all boys who have not been I Ph. 6.6066 POOL S beginning each hour. Competent and qualified
Sherman 200 Hudson If 000 For Carry-Outs
p liams-Thomas 5-0 and Tung Oil II.
w Perber 2b 000 Montaneco. If 10 0 previously. instructors will conduct the
? Hlltz If 000 Co.. beat, Kirkpatrick. & Pierson campaign

Totals Rotary ......161........Totals.......,... 19.00-1'U30! 17.9 in Petticoat' League Softball cP9wi:. '"i'. -jf: :i :'" '''' <-: ( :*' '*' := '\jtf-:;: .. : f aided by Boys' Club officials. Awards will be
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Kiwanis ......... ............ 111 03I games at City Park last night. f M' .I" ,. ::' j:;:.<:". .f
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Exchange ab. r HElks ab r h Suggs pitched the shutout for I Itsceiusa11theniest: : presented to those children who successfully
I t. .{ ,.. > ; J t, :f
2 0 0 Arnold ss 420 .. .
Montg'my p A' Y .
Jones-Johnson, allowing five /: > : .
the will receive
Meeker :300 Johnson ss'p 31 0 complete course. Registrant
Palmer If 200 Con cf ,liD hits. The winners, got six off 'drink' '" ; I
Arnold Byrd p cf 211 311 Ogtftart Rogers C 3b. 301 300 Evans.. i people (: : assignment card when presented.' No registrations -

Shitfield rf 3 0 Q Rugger Ib 300 Wallace had five hits and: : 'f <' I
Van Wlnkless 000 Montgom'ry If 3 01 k .., : _* }: <2,:;.:,j: .,. / will be accepted through the moil,
Vidal Ib 301 Henley rf 2 01 Powers. : four in the victory ,by
Gtssett d 201 Helton .p-Jt 11 1 Tung Oil. Stuart had four hits I or at any other place.

aa ZetrourTrofrpson for the losers.WilliamsThom.. I '1 w Ir
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Year LaterNEW and Mustonen.
eaaseee ;
Tung Oil 024 126 2-17 18 1

YORK (AP) On K&P 1410030-9152

Derby day last year Chateaugayupset Wallace and Powers; White and
Before June 1st
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II II IIReddish: Wins in Bradford; Shuford Scores Upset

STARKE Bradford Sheriff precincts, and midway throughthe Sheriff Reddish swept to vie*outcome in doubt, as 13 of the II race in Bradford for national ners in those contests. One vot-

I P. D. Reddisb won re-election, tally only a few votes separated tory 'over his challenger, wnlaid 17 precincts.gave the sheriff the committeewoman with 654. er cast his ballot for the dele-

but County Commission Chair- the candidates. Howeversoon Williams, with'a total'of 2,- nod. gates pledged to Goldwater.
.yd man Carl Prevatt was defeated Bradford Republicans gave Supervisor of RegistrationNeva
after the Hampton, precinct
I! in run-off races In the second reported a tie between the 508 to 1,841 for his opponent, or In the contest for Democratic William C. Cramer seven votes Flynn said the electionwas

Democratic primary here yes- two 115-115, the tide swung in a winning margin of 667. Reddish national committeeman, Rex for national committeeman and conducted very smoothlyand

terday.In Shuford's favor and he won bya took the lead early in the Sweat led the field ,with 385 Helene Morris eight for national that there were no difficul

% r' A9f the gubernatorial race, clear margin. tally, and at no time was the votes. Annett Baker won the' committeewoman, as win-' ties.

Bradford voters gave Haydon

I I IJ r r," Burns a better than three-to-one
: margin 3,363 to 896 for Robert WinnerAs
King High. r Hartley

t yREDDISH Dave Shuford upset Commis-
r sioner Prevatt in the mo st

a exciting race of the day, with a

t total of 2,217 to Prevatt's 2,068,
or a margin of only 149 votes.
As the total of absentee ballotsis Sheriff

147, Shuford's assured.victory is apparently -' Levy

SHUFORD Prevatt won in nine of the 17:

a .g yd.

I Principal 4
<- CommissionSeat

City Due Survey Steps DownIn 1 Goes


Of Health Climate h't To HolmesBy
T. (Tom) Noun, 3 h
principal of Starke ElementarySchool 1 t

Gainesville will free "urban for environmental has announced his res- BUZZ MIXSON
get a on planning Sun Area Editor
ignation and retirement, ef- + x
I survey worth about $70,000 of health." Professional A
fective June 30. BRONSON-Pat Hartley
, her environmental health cli- people will be brought from Nolin announced his intentionsto Williston a first-time pot

mate next year the health de- throughout the nation to take retire to Bradford School .
partment announced today. part in the course. There'll be Supt. Harmon Morgan over the tical candidate scored a decisive

about 50 students, at a cost of weekend. victory over his opponent.
It'll be done in April, 1965, about $50,000 to the federal gov- Morgan said Nolin has served G. T. Robbins, yesterday in a

by a class of 50 professional ernment. since 1953 as principal of Starke I torrid run-off for the Levy

persons from throughout the Gainesville will be their lab- Elementary and has been the County sheriff's office.

nation. oratory. first and only head of that Hartley, a former automobile -
school. He said Nolin to
Among the things that will be salesman and the father The U. S. Public Health Servo
Bradford County in 1952 and Next Sheriff
examined in this area will be Levy's HOLMES STANDRIDGE
seven children took all but four 1
ice will pay for it. air served briefly as county super-

The Public Health Service announced housing sewage radiological refuse and pollution occu,: visor of education prior to 'his With his wife, Mora, Pat Hartley, who won the of Levy County's 16 precinctsand January to carry on an inten- I

pational health and general appointment as principal in 53. Levy County sheriff's race yesterday, receives a congratulatory polled an unofficial total sive door-to-door campaign, was
the plan this morning sanitation.If Appointment of a successorto telephone call. Hartley, in his first political of 2,248 votes. Robbins a former : highly elated over his victory.His .
i'I' through B. C. Pafford environ- Nolin and of a principal for venture, defeated former sheriff G. T. Robbins, sheriff of Bronson telephone was kept ringingby
mental health director for the the city hired the survey Bradford High, will be on the 2,248 to 1,574, in unofficial returns. (Sun photo) received well-wishers until early this
City-County Health Department. done it would cost about $70,000, agenda at the School Board an unofficial 1,574 votes- morning.In .

Primarily, it will be a class Pafford estimated. meeting next Monday.TV j 674 less than Hartley.In a victotory statement, he

Realtors the first Democratic primary said: "I conducted a clean fight

led fourmanrace and the battle is over. But the
Hartley a
tjt..It ,
= MARKET victory belongs to the of
in which the incumbent,
Host Press
REPORT., Levy County. It could not have
I fl. J. W. Turner, was eliminated been won without the hard and

Vf RadiomenGainesville's as a contender for the Democratic faithful,work of some good and
*g & nomination.In dedicated people throughout all

Levy County.
realtors hosted' other Levy County voting

members of the press and radii. yesterday, Donald Holmes of "My hope now is that I can

Late Morning yesterday at a Holiday Inn Bronson won election over fe ., justify the faith shown in me

I Readers' luncheon in the second day'of low townsman G. M. Owens for. by so many wonderful people

Request I N. Y. Listing observance of National ,Realtor- the Dist. 1 County Commissio I and that I can live up to their" j
Week. expectations as their sheriff. HODGE I

AllisChal 197lntHarv 7744 About 20 newspaper, radio seat.A
I run-off between Robe
ITht Ilown i specifically quotations Alcoa 73 IntNick 787 and TV representatives, each
e art< the requested Sun financial page. by The reader quotations [ STOCK LISTINGS AmAir 45IntPap 31% of them sponsored by a real. Hodge and Sam Standridge fox i
Investment are furnished Service here by )Sincere; fc Co. 'II AmBrk 5344'Jones&L 75 tor, heard a talk 'by Rae C. the Dist. 3 County Commissic U. S. Soviet

.' II AmBdPar 361 KaisAl 33 Weimer, director of the Univer- post will not be decided unW ,

,NEW YORK STOCKEXCHANGE Amer, Heritage' --..._.. ,22* -23 & Elec. .......... 8.088.81 AmCan 434 Ken'cott 80A sity of Florida School of Joui 130 absentee ballots are count las!I
t nheuser Bush ,. '49-51 Value Line Inc. 5.576.0J AmCyan 66% Lig&My 75% nalism and Communications. today. In unofficial
?---- b
owles Mag & Pb..114.121 Wellingtonfund 15.1416.50Windsor ( AmMot' 14 Loch'd 32%' Weimer compared the similarities night Hodge led Standridge :
only three votes. The count was OK Consuls
Allied Cem ..-... ... 1.80 51% lorida Gas ..-.._ 11'-12% Fund 15.4616.80N ( AT&T 137/ Lorillard 445 between journalists and for Hodge and 1,809 fox
: in talk each 1,812
AmTob 32% Mag'vox 303$ realtors his saying
Amerada Pt 2.00 84% fla. Tel 27-29/i Y S E Most Active Stocks .
t. Am Elc Pow -_ 1.16b 40% fax Minit Mkts. '6ra7 44 Vol. Co. Close Changes :I AmpxCp 16' MM&M 6071 had a public service responsI- Standridge.In

Amer M Fdy .90 20% Life of Fla 55%I 112,200 Haveg 46% up 4 Anaconda 434 Mohasco 13% bility Realtor's to the Week community.continues today the Dist. 1 race Holme i WASHINGTON (AP)-Preslr sular protection than ever be-

Armco Stl ......-. 3.00 71% Milgo Electron. 1011fort. 54a: 107,800 Tex Gulf Sulp 55% off Armour 504 Mons'to 7844 with Real Estate Forumat beat Owens by 510 votes, 2,02 7 r dent Johnson announced today fore."
i, Atch Topka 1.20a 31% \ Guaranty Ins. 28 69,400 Chrysler 49% off 9i ACL 12 MontWd 36y a to 1,517.In an historic consular treaty with Johnson listed these other potential
'erojet.Gen ._ 31 35, 67,600 Unit Park Mng 2% V Babcock 28 NatDair 82% 8 p.m. in the lobby of the
Beckman In 54% up the Lev r the Soviet Union and termed the benefits:
Bristol My .80 66 Aurora Plastics .. ....,_... 36 44 61,800 Occident Pete 31% up 71 I B&O 44% NatDist 26% First Federal Building. Thursday governor's race ), event "a significant step" in
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Data Control 40 58,900 RCA 31% off BethStl 35% N.AmAv 46% there will be a special pan- Countians as expected went "American businessmen and
Brunswich 9% building understanding between
-.w-L Boeing 513 Penney 7I4 el discussion and a film oi Haydon Burns in a big way, shipping companies will be ableto
Cambell S 2.40 37% Mead Johnson x..18 44 48,600 West Hse Elec 311% off fl, : the American and Soviet
Borden 73% PRR 31% WUFT Channel 5. The program pouring in 2,922 votes for the /ill on U.S. consular servicesto
Carter Pdt l.OOa 16% Tampa Elec. _- 25 37,500 Sperry Rand 15% uncl I : peoples.The .
Brunswk 935 PepCola 54' is entitled "The Home Hunt- Jacksonville mayor to 823 for assist in representing their
Case J I 17% UUTUAL FUNDS 35,600 Conl. Data 109% up 6 Va I
CaterTr 62th PhilMor 8O% ers." Miami mayor Robert King High. announced simultaneously interests. And the mechanicsfor
Ches Ohio 4.00 77% Ufiliated Fund ---._ 887-9.5J I 35,600 Xerox 119% off V. -
CBS __.._ l.BOb 47 Divers Growth.10.00 10.9:3 I A S Ex Most Active Stock Celanese 70% PhillPet 494 Friday Harry J. Vordermeier:' A total of 3,866 voters, including in Washington and dealing with a whole rangeof
Cone Mills .80 18% :Dividend Shares ... 3.754.11 I 68,000 Syntex Corp 85 up 5!I Chrysler 48% RCA 313 president of the Florida Association nine Republicans turned out Moscow will provide for the legal problems from complicated

., Conti Airl! .40 24% Dreyfus ___ 20.32-22.01 I 54,500 TWA wts 24% up ]1 CocaCola 121'74 RepSU 433 of Realtors, speaks at a at the Levy County polls ye s-, opening of consular offices in questions of inheritanceto
Contrl Dat 108% fidelity Capit.11.57.12.Fidelity .58: 44,700 National Pete 3% up M CorEd ,40% Revlon 368 luncheon at the Holiday Inn. terday. This represented 72 percent the two countries. It is the first simply notary services will

Corn Pdts ._--.-,....-.- 1.50 61% Fund ..-18.04-19.5 50 I 33,400 Molybdm Cp 36% up 2M ConEdis 813' FJyTob 427 Sunday there will be,an open of registered voters slightly t.', treaty ever negotiated between be considerably eased."
ContCan 51% 303' house of selected homes in the United States and the Soviet The United States and the Soviet -
Delta Air _._ 1.60 84% fidelity Trend 19.1720.84F'und'tal : 21,300 Massey-Ferg 25% off V StRegP less than the number tha t
I Det Steel .... .-...-,. .60 14% Invest 11.06-12.1:: ODD-LOT TRANSACTIONS DowChe 717 Seaboard 467 Gainesville. voted in the first primary.In Union. Union have entered into a
[ncome of Boston 8.47-9.2(6 I Purchases 330.591I DuPont 2551h Sears 113% number of treaties which also
Fair Camra 22% -
r. ncorporated[ Inc. ..... 99119.;I Short Cales 3,683 EAL 33th- Sinclair 47% the sheriff's race, whicl I Johnson, citing the advantages involved other signatory coun
Finanl Fed .. ..-. 52% QMiituatit marked intensive door., which he expects this
t Fla E Cst ....-.- 14% Keystone K-2 _..._ 5.626.13: Other Sales 366,754: E.Kodak 1347 Socony 805 was and by bush-beating country to receive as a resultof

Food Fair .......-.. .90 23% keystone S-3 16.6418.1SKeystone Total Sales 370,4I 35 I Firestone 3n SouthnC 58% knocking the of both candidates on,, the agreement, said that tries.Old
FlaPw 463'1 141. part
FMC Corp 1.00 56 when the takes effect TorpedoIs
the winner scored high! treaty
FlaP&L 7344 StBrand 77% Hartley, ,
Life Investors 20.61-22.5:I STOCK MARKET
Gen Tele .88 32% Oliver Harrison, 72, in all the bigger precincts, including -', "Americans detained in the Soviet
Life Stock Fund 7.998.71, Advances 48 6 Ford 521h StO NJ 86% George Detonated
Oil 23%
Getty .10g of : those in Williston, Union for any reasons will
FrmstDa 11 Studebak 73'a: Route 4,, died yesterday ai
Mass Inv. Trust ... 16.5718.11Iass. Declines 59(J Ji
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IBM ..._._..._._.. 5.00 476% Inv. Growth 8.83-9.65 i Unchanged ._.._.._..._.._.. 25 FreptSul 332 Swift 501' apparent heart attack.insurance Chiefland, Cedar Key lay to American consular officials GREENVILLE Miss. (AP-)
Int Min C ...... 1.80a 75% Pioneer Fund 9.68-10.K I Total Issues 1,335 FruehTr 301h Texaco 791g I He was a retired services, glis.Robbins ." A century-old experimental tor-

Int Tele ..........-.w 1.00 56% Puritan Fund -.r.- 9.6M0.3S I New 1963-64 Highs .... .._.. 5 ''GenDyn 254 Thiokol 13%. salesman. Funeral picked up his bigges George Reedy, White House pedo-nudged from its Civil War
Lehman CP 1.34e 29% Putnam Growth _-. 9.56-10.4 i New 1963-64 Lows 52 GenE 80% U Carb 124 I have not been set. vote in his home precinct of asked grave in the old MississippiRiver

Litton In ........_,- 1.98f 61% GenFds 83 UnitAirc 455 Survivors include his and son,, Bronson, which'he took, 222136. press whether secretary this would, apply was to any channel near Vicksburghas -
GenMills 39 UnFruit 22 Donald, Gainesville a Other precincts he won were< been detonated.
Lone S CM.1.00 23 Times. I Americans who be
(c) New York GenMtrs 86% US Steel 54% daughter, Mrs. Alline Noonan, Raleigh, Otter Creek and Gull! might ar- Demolition experts blasted the
Martin M __ 1.00 17% NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES rested on espionage charges
9 MAY 22 UnivMat Miami two sisters Mrs. L. G.Wilkerson
Goodrich 50% 1144 ; Hammock.The .
Merck .... .. ... 2.00a 36 cigar-shaped Union navy torpedo
--- High Low Close Net Chg. 41th WestgEl 314Greyhnd ,.Portland, Tenn., and "The statement says any
I Nat Airl .80 48% 25 Rails . 144.24 Goodyr '" Tuesday at Greenville Air
142.55 143.48 Reedy replied.
Up 58 WmnDix 34* Mrs. Minnie Dykus, Gallatin, interest in the sheriff'srace ;!: reasons
L Olin Math 1.20 45 25 Industrials 826.14 817.53 821.09 Up .88 I Tenn. was evidenced by the sev Johnson said the agreement, Force Base.
G & E .... 1.00 31% 50 Stocks . 485.19 I Gulf Oil 57% Woolwth 85 The torpedo was discovered
Pac -- i 480.04 482.28 Up .53 Honw 1332 He was a member of North era! hundred voters who jammed ., which must be ratified by the
Pan Amer A 1.20 75% I Central Baptist Church Odd into the courthouse com-. Senate before it can take effect, Sunday by William W. Felkerof
l Parke Dav --- 1.00 28% and will be signed in Moscow on Greenville, while fishing near
Elks 221 returns
Fellows BPO dor to watch the as they:
2.00 77% STOCK Vicksburg. Felker said he drove
Pennzoil 25 Sign Up Moose Lodge 445, were posted. Included in the: June 1.
Pfizer ....------- .80a 46% MARKET FLASHESNEW Williams Thomas, Funeral crowd was a special depu Foy Kohler, U.S. ambassador :home "with the thing rolling"
Polaroid .20 141 Home is in charge of arrange- secretary of State Tom Acia.Jmhad ;i in Moscow, will sign for thee around in'the back of my car.
Pub Sv E G;. ..._. 2.60 37% For CofCBradford In ments. sent down to watch : United States. Soviet Foreign I A. W. Banton resident histor-
Pure Oil -.--- 1.60 52% YORK (AP) Stock election procedures in Levy, Minister Andrei Gromyko is ex- ian of the Vicksburg National

Reyn Metl ......-.--. .50 37% market precies deteriorated Khcanians pected to sign for Russia.In Military Park said a check with
Rich Merr .... ---- 1.00 43% gradually early this afternoon TODAY'S DOW JONES County.Hartley who quit his job; las announcing the completionof the[ Smithsonian Institution Indicated -

R C Cola .-... -.---- 1.20 68% 'with electronic sseldnagsue ii Hold "'Slave9Auction lengthy negotiations on the thetorpedo was the first
Roy Dutch .......-1,73g 44% with electronic issues leadingthe 818.92 | IndusL I 816,04 STARKE Twentyfive new agreement' Johson bailed the 'such of Civil War vintage ever

San Diego ....--.-. 10% I way. The trading pace was 206.47 I Rails I 120&97 members have joined the Layton Gets: treaty as "a sigificant step in discovered.
Searle Gd .90 61!. slightly faster than the last two Starke Bradford Chamber of our continuing efforts to in-
Singer ....... 2.00 105 sessions when activity was near .140.69 I UW I 140.(1 Commerce according to a report Who said slavery is dead? Position In crease contacts and understanding Rhoden In

Smith JOn.....---- UOa 60% the slowest of the year. 289.98 I Stocks I 289.1 issued yesterday by membership A, "slave" auction was held between the American people -
Sou Cal Ed 1.05 32 4.300 I Volume I 2,030 drive'cbairman: Robert yesterday at the Kiwanis Club'sweekly and the peoples of the Soviet
St Oil Cal ........ 2.00 61% Most changes were fractional Barksdale. luncheon when member AfghanistanRobert Union." As UnionConstable
St Oil Ind 2.00b 78% although a few key issues in- of the University of Florida Cir In the same vein, Johnson
Steel Drug _.- .65 28% I cluded in the popular averages industrial average was 816.04:, In announcing the results of cle ,K' Club sold their servicesto ,E. Layton GainesvflL e! concluded his statement with

Textron.- .-.,-- 1.40 44% gave up a point or so. Farm im- off 2.88. the drive at a Koffee Klub C-. the highest bidder. City Manager from 19571961ias these words:
Tidewater --- 28% plement and rubber issues Prices opened narrowly mix t ofC meeting Barksdale also extended They will work one day for been appointed Public Administration "It Is my hope that this I

Trans W A ...-- 42% were generally lower by small and soon turned downward. the time of the campaign J,. their-Kiwanian "owners" to help, Advisor for thE treaty-the first bilateral treaty LAKE BUTLER ConstableL
Union Pac 1.60a 44% fractions.[ Sperry Rand was among th< by more a week time to to give enlist the the workers 100-I raise funds to publicize these Agency for International Devd between the United States and L. Rhoden won reelectIonover

Und Air L 1.50b 564 Most Wall Streeters expected I most active of the electronic::! member goal campus organization and opment in Afghanistan. the Soviet Union-will be a step his runoff opponent, Joe

Upjohn ... -.... 1.00 52% little more than the gradual and was down about % delegates to the national con, Layton will work for the AID forward in developing understanding fesSmith, in the second Democratic -

War Lamb .. -- .70 29% slide of prices that has been Zenith was down a majo r H. A. Bishop Jr., CofC president vention.Drivers'. assisted program in Af ghanistaigrf i between our two countries primary here yesterday.

Xerox .,......_--- 167'k 115% under way for the last two ses-I fraction. complimented the workers Test tmg with that country'management ;s s which is so important in Shoden received 776, as com
Zenith __ --- sions. They figured there will The steels, which made frac. on the drive. "We fell short of and improvement the continuing" struggle for : pared to 630 for NesSmith and

OVER THE COUNTER be no major change until after tional gains Tuesday, were 01 1 our goal," be said "but we've Office ClosingThe according to an ,announcemen t peace. i thus won by a margin of 146
w bW the holiday weekend. The mar the way to repeating their per'. done well, and I think we'll geta t from the U. S. Department of f Johnson in citing improved i rotes.
NEW YORK APTh Wlowlftfl this drivers license"office examiners. consular services to be made
lot during coming
formance. more
by tileN.t1Ollai ket u closed Friday for Memorial State. Union County
I and asked quotations supplied at the Florida Highway possible in both countries as a gave Haydon
Dui Rails presented an irregular r "
Association trf Securities Day. ,. result of the said Americans Burns 1,334 in the race for
Gainesville Gainesville treaty
Patrol station north of After leaving Layton
do not represent picture. t Present membership of the
t ers. Inc. At The Associated Press
the NASD's estimate I noon. U. S. 441 will be closed served as city manager o f visiting the Soviet Union governor; as compared to only
but art
Among the wide movers, IBM f![ organization is 135 according to
off .7
of 60 was I 96 for Robert King for
*f the rang within which these secur) 'average Pete Novak. all day Friday in observance ol Galveston, Tex. His wife and I either as tourists or for business High
1 lies could ,have been Mid (bid) orfeeught at 305.4. irdrstrials were down and Xerox fell around 5. CofC manager Eldrige four will remain at Char reasons "will have available to what is reported to be the most
Memorial Day, Capt. sons
utilities Prices continued mixed on th: He said the organization should I
asked 1.4 ra:> off .1 and in Galveston. them a greater degree of con- lone-sided margin in the state.
t 250 members. Beach reported yesterday. home
American Stock Exchange. have
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I ftl1AiS1HE1E 7HERE u115 EVEN A AULLItJ T4: (weu.rnERE I \ {NOT S ((SLAY BALL!)' 1
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t DEAR ABBY: This is for the mother who read her 16- DEAR ABBY: I seldom disagree with you, but when you VMATD1DVOU SM CK* MORE 1 ANY MORE.n CONE?AtJ-o'Ep: WANT NCLkOr1 MORE
" year-old daughter's diary and was "worried sick." I too, say that it is "unforgivable" for a mother to read her daugh BRING ME. LOBB0VIA SLOBBOVIAtr WANT A CHOCOLATEBARHIS ? SLOBS II
I was 16 when my mother read my diary (20 years ago). It ter's diary, I can't go along with that. It is the DUTY of I FROMSLOBBO1A. ITSELF!! RoOoL MORE!! LOLLIPOP?
read like this: "After choir practice we all went to Marga- parents to keep a close eye on their children until they are ? ? TASTE
ret's house and as usual her mother was out. We were able to assume full responsibility for their actions. If a moth. DADG:DEAR? popping corn when Margaret's brother came in with some er can learn something that will be helpful in guiding her f tACHUMKOF I. ,'' c

friends. 'R.M. sure is the love of my life. When Margaret's daughter by reading her diary, or letters, or listening in on 5y

mother came home, 4R.M.f was showing us how the coach telephone conversations, I say more power to her! The "loss z
";'G gives rubdowns. I'm sure she thought the worst! Next week of privacy" is not nearly as serious to 15or 16-year-olds as = >>
the trouble they could get into when they get away with +
after choir we will go to Betty's as her folks will be out of
doesn't do to hear the con < t
\ shouldn't good
things they any
town. Oh boy! Here's hoping 'R.M. will be there.
in trouble when the trouble is evi-
fessions after a girl
Some of the above was true, but the part about "R. I.
was all wishful thinking. I had a terrific crush on him and dent. ,
he didn't know I was alive. I filled my diary with one imagi- ..... CI.C2.
nary love affair after another. Of course my mother would CONFIDENTIAL TO DOTTIE AND FRAN: "Showers" --

never believe that it was all made up. I'm sure that many are traditionally parties given FOR the bride by her friends. WHAT MAKES I JEST
teen-agers do this today. My own little girl ((13)) is now The bride and groom decide who shaH be invited to their YETHINKTHATrM PASSED HIM ON FACE
entering the thrilling age of secrets, and I am glad I have a wedding. Everyone who is invited to a shower is not automatically PORE OL'LIIKEY HONEY POT? TH WAY HOME. wiz WHITE
secret to help guide me. Sincerely, invited to the wedding. Now should they expectto w MUST BE DRETFUL AN'--- AS A SHEET ?
who's been terrorizingwomen 6:50 O Farm and Home .... J

on the city's 7:00 Q O Today J. ,
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Edwards. Maggie: Bettye 7:05 O Ranger Hal ><< f 2

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I iO:00 Q D Eleventh Hour 9:55 09 Sen. George Smathers
"La Belle Indifference. 10:00 O Say When FROM -H 14IS: THEl THE GREEN OF THE I SEE PALM 7 WE MUST
daughter in the park 03 Waldo Norris INSTRUMENTS SHOW NaN READS 4-92*. HURTS THE EYES..l AS TREES I FOR A

WEDNESDAY EVENING (in Paris). Eric Sevareid, and returns homewherethe 10:25 O 03 News THE TEMPERATURE AMIUARro""ETEMPERATE \ PARKED
5:00 O Gallant Men-Drama in New York is moder- sight of the child'shighchair 10:30 Q 03 Word For Word EARTH. V COUPE.
O Best Of Groucho ator. and rattle causees O I Love Lucy r- v7 !
5:25 O Moments in Sports "Town Meeting of theWorld" her to panic and fall 11:00 O 03 ConcentrationO U
5:30 O down the stairs. Starke: McCoys
Newscope recently receiveda <
5:55 03 Local News, Weather George Foster Peabody Ralph Bellamy. Graham: 11:30 O 03 Jeopardy ai ,
And Sports Award for "distinguishedachievement Jack Ging. O Pete and Gladys :

6:00 O News, Sports, Weather in televi O Danny Kaye-Variety 12:00 O Love of Life E"t
O Sunshine Almanac sion." Gene De Poris is In a sketch, Art Carney O 03 First Impression L6r.u.0e.i r I.r I't
6:15 0 Local News the producer. plays a know-it-all electri- 12:25 O News c.n

6:30 O O News Huntley, O What's New cian who disrupts Danny's 12:30 Q 03 Truth or U w
preparations for a surprise -t
8:00 Q Marketing on the ConsequencesO Q
News Walter Move birthday party. Rod Search for Tomorrow

Cronkite "Is Marketing a Scienceor "Twilight Zone" Sterling 12:45 O Guiding Light
O The Big Picture introduces "Safety Zone," 12:55 Q 03 News 1 !rr5NtcI: THANKS/' EGULEDTO CONGRATULATE
An Art?
Activities of U. S. Army. a spoof parachutes -
land ruled
7:00 O BiographyThe into a
03 Local News orrAj GOODBYE ,
Career of Col. JohnH. "Air Date. Jeff and a by a 400-year-old man O CALLING NOW 1
pal were going to split the z G.
Glenn. (Danny) 1:05 03 Match Game
O Deputy cost of a radio project- 11:00 O O News, Weather :115 Q Focus 2 < ,
O Wanted Dead or Alive until Jeff spent his money D (Color) .News, 1:30 O Science

O Sing Hi Sing Lo elsewhere. Alex. Carl Sports, Weather 03 Ernie Ford T= I
Betz. Jeff Paul Peterson. h l -
7:15 O The Friendly Giant ,11:25, O Movie O As The World Turns o e oN
7:30 Q m The Virginian Smitty: Darryl Richards. ,ej o00
"Plunder of the Sun. An 2:00 B 03 Let's Make A Deal
(Color) "To Make This O Jazz Casual American in Havana is O Password 1I rj 13 olJ
Place Remember." An Art Farmer's Quartet. asked to deliver an important 2:25 O03( News =1N0 +u 2t1k

aging dancehall queen 9:03 O Espionage"The package to Mexico. %:30 O House Party
asks Judge Garth to arrange Frantick Rebel,'* a His mission involves O 03 Doctors

legal hearings to comedy by Ernest Kinoy, him in murder and a 3:00 O 03 Loretta YoungO =:
clear the name of her is set in the bawdy London search for buried treas- To Tell The Truth -

late son, who was hangedfor of 1777. Distinguishedlexicographer ure. Glenn Ford, Diana 3:25 O News I Ml I TO SHAKE HANDS I .NO. NO-- Xllh j NOW TRY IT ONCE MORE, II
murder by vigilantes. Samuel 1 Lynn, Patricia Medina, 3:30 Q 03 You Don't Say UP ELMER.THE RKaHT VDU HOLD PAW WRONG 7HAT5 AGAIN THE V1 AMP GET IT RIGHT 1 %
Garth: Lee J. Cobb. Johnson and his companion -I Francis L. Sullivan. O Edge,Of Night -- LEFT PAW iLr COME ONNOW
O World Town Meeting- Boswell are involvedin '11:30 O 03 Johnny Carson 4:00latch Game ; ,- 1HDERSTAND. f a 6s
Discussion intrigue: They must (Color) Scheduled guests O Secret Storm :s
(Special) United by the prevent Patience Wright, include satirist Allan 03 Popeye's Pals 1:IS
Telstar II communications a determined American Sherman. Ed McMahon, 1:25 Q News X1:6a ? 1 !

satellite are former Vice sympathizer, from pass- Skitch Henderson orchestra. 4:30 O Burns and Allen !
President Richard M. ing military secrets to O Huckleberry Hound -iC I
Nixon (in New York); Ben Franklin in Paris. 03 Movie Q H 6bA

Senator Fulbright, chair- O Arab Ferment"A THURSDAY "Sierra Baron. When Z
man of the Senate Foreign Land Awakening." 6:00 Q Sunrise Semester Miguel Delmonte and his o 1

Relations Committee (in Saudi Arabia. 6:10 O Continental Classroom sister Felicia arrive in wwd
Washington); British O Beverly Hillbillies American Government California to see the land arc

Labor Party leader Har- CD Ben CaseyDrama"Six 6:15 O Sunshine Almanac they have inherited, they ,- 1- _
old Wilson (in London); Impossible Things 6:30 O World CivilizationO find that someone has sold

and Maurice Schumann, Before Breakfast" While Pastors Study part of it. Brian Keith, A ANDI6UL5S MAYBE W ONLY DEPOSITING A '
chairman of the French under sedation, Henry 6:3S O Sunshine Almanac Rita Gam, Rick Jason YOU DONT REALLY LOVE SOMEBODY FORGIVENESS ACCOUNT THAI I CAN DRAW
I National Assembly's For- Davis tells Maggie that he 6:40 Q9 Living Words Mala Powers, Steve Brodie ARE YOU TELLING ME. 1 DOtfT KNOW, UNLESS YOU CAN LOVE THEIR AGAINST IN THE FUTUfcL? .rM SUREtM
eign Affairs CommitteeBy is the psychopathic killeris 6:45 03 Hi, Neighbor (Color) Carlos Muzquiz. M I YOU FORGIVE,THE AWFUL/) DEEDtE.! I JUST FAULTS-OR, AT LEAST,OVERLOOK; NOT JUST BEING NOBLE J-tYA SELFISH!


SMILE! With Art Buchwald= O PUNISHED GREATLY. I : kw5)Sz1 )

Nixon's Ma ke-Up Man .1Jbi 1 r t

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NEW YORK He hasn't not only one of the top makeup me," Mr. Lawrence said. "I day and night to keep him from AN'S 'SI MYwULCN COt .cANYotiYcvg cr vr. cN, I HEARD WHAT KOTKKfrSl
said a word for four years. He's men in New York, but pres- must defend myself." perspiring on camera. I've nev- TA ccLONEL CAN. PA55 N, ER I WEAK, LAREE! HAPP NEP...IS ATTEND TQ SOME
suffered in silence, but now he's ident of the Make-Up Artist and Mr. Lawrence told us he had er let politics dictate whom I : EEL1 VEO n-TSI YOH ACMOSTLAJOHE WELL.? BUT HEAAT..wu'u.000czEE5T.5NE NAS A 5Tzot4D THIS THE PLACE INHNSH2P THANK

ready to talk.. He claims he has Hair Stylists Union, Local 798 nothing to do with making up should make up. I think the THIS H'KE MACE IN HIS FACE- .. +, er AWAY WHERE INTO OJ THE FlY GIRL ING; OFA z KNOW.SVNSET NICE /
to set the record straight. His "I read where Nixon Is going Mr. Nixon for the first debate, only ones I wouldn't make up ,O C'JTA HULA THS CANC MRCKAFT! ZCT* -.BUT.INSTINCT SOME ?, /,
name is Stan Lawrence and he around making cracks about the one that is said to have would be a Nazi or a Communist :- SAVES ME... i iI -
lost him the election. "I was ,Z Ii II

called in after the first debate, He said that no one duringthe
Hugh Downs a Busy Man but by then it was too late. campaign knew the role he t

I There was nothing I could do. played. "I carried everythingin I
You see, what happened was a brief case and flew on the : 'I H' ..;:::zzr
On Duty and Off Duty that an agency producer made :press plane. They didn't want ; K= fr /if.

up Nixon for the first debate.It anyone to know the Vice President ,- .

CYNTHIA LOWRYAP through "my theory of procras- was a terrible mistake. The had a make-up man with t 'rs ,t rI'A.1'iu I Ll
Television-Radio Writer II tination." Vice-President has a .sallow him. So I pretended I was a C (: .. _
NEW YORK (AP) Hugh "If there isn't time today complexion and they used yel- newspaperman." %
Downs, the head man of NBC's I there is always tomorrow or the low base make-up to make him Mr. Lawrence said that Mr.

"Today Show," somehow man day after-so just put it off," he look even sallower. Nixon was the first one to prove t4p ,y1'4 IU Uhq+! / lurolu dn Iit1! IIIilljl{ II !d I Olt I. I! LI
I ages to crowd an incredible explains. i "The next morning when they the importance of make-up in .. yl.I ,
number of activities into his Although Downs does make realized what they had done, a national political campaign."No I Ii Il

schedule.He some plans far ahead-he ex-: they called me in and I didn't one can run for high office q
arises at 4:30: ajn., for his pects to sail across the Pacific: leave his side for seven or eight I anymore," he said, "unlesshe
daily chores-host, interviewer, next summer-such foresight is weeks. I tried everything I is made up properly. Every : i l;

salesman, introducer, light con- necessary because of his broadcasting changed to a pan stick, gave politician must wear make-up
versationist on the two-hour work. I him a beard cover,with a very ,in order to get his image across. I
morning show, and moves on to "I don't seem to have any warm red tone, which makes a ..The Americans will not vote for r.
his job of gamesmaster and long-range goal in life, and I person look healthier. But no an ugly politician who perspireson II 1 1nt ill illwi ;ii11LI
pitchman on the network's don't believe I ever have had," one cared after that. An they TV." II I.1tiE I. I

"Concentration." I I he says. "I sort of go along with remembered was how he looked We asked him if he thought
He also finds time for flying things and see what happens. during the first debate." his career might have changedif
lessons, French lessons, guitar "The short-range goal, of The make-up artist said he Mr. Nixon bad won. ..
practice, skin-diving, gun collecting 'course, is to safeguard my fam had read in the newspapers that "Perhaps I would have goneto q C
studying celestial navigation ily's living standard. And, of Mr. Nixon bad offered him to the White House with him," -

carrying on a side-busi course, it would be nice if that the Johnson camp for the 1964 he said. "If he had won, he
ness that packages radio and could be accomplished with less elections."I might have needed me for the CAN HAVE A LOT OFRN M6S I! /WAKTTO LEEP5.'YOU'RE!5E HONEST WITH,KxTN : NOW IM GLAD I PIPNT.T50 AND YOJSeLFNO
( VERY ATTRACTIVE nacAu5E 1cu'ga
television programs and com- air time for me. That would don't think this is fair be- next four years. But the point _" THIS 5uA MER IF't I'p -AN7 LAST KJSHT WWEN' YOU ASJCEP 'i LEEP5,AT LEAST YOU'RE GOOD: NO wss L ANOTHER PATTI t PATS
mercial films, reading, and give me, more time to follow cause he makes me look bad." is be lost, and I bad nothing ":' STOP- eED4G 50 5TUa5oeri! a TO K;*&YOU IT uoK A LOT OF r 6000 FOR MEf /
working for his favorite charity, things in which Fm interested." No one knows I had nothing to to do with his losing. He should ,;J ------- \PCWZR FCC M.Er 10 laSS YOU

the Mental Health Society. Downs, his attractive dark- I do with the first debate. Perhaps have stipulated this when he 41p _

Downs, 43, recently returned haired wife Ruth and daughter ; if I had history might have offered me to the Johnson peo : ..y
from a vacation trip to Europeand Deirdre, 15, live in a mid-Man- been differenL"Mr. pIe" 'II

in August will turn actor hattan apartment, a long walk Lawrence, said he was a "If Mr. Nixon runs again, _
briefly to play in a summer away from Downs' studio. Son Democrat and he voted for Mr. would you be willing to make N

stock production' of "Love and Hugh 18, will soon be entering Kennedy, but he never let his him up for the campaign." _
l sses. Ohio's Bowling Green College. own personal political convic- "No, sir, not after all the.
Downs admits that he does Deirdre is interested in becoming tions interfere with the job he things he's said about me." Mr. '
crowd an enormous amount of an actress and will study did on Mr. Nixon's face. "When Lawrence replied. "I made him L2J;
activity into each day, but insists 'dramatics this summer at Inter- the call went out, I dropped :ook good and all he's done ;:)
that he accomplishes itS :laken, Mich. j everything" he said.."1 worked j :since is make me look bad."I-




f S Sun'l;'l3S

Wednesday, May 27, 1964 Gainesville

I 8 Baby Sitters, Child Cart I 17 Work Wanted Male! Houses for Sale E.1IIill11oW..III..W.UIlllIIlIIlilllIWlIlI/IIIIIIIIIII\lll IfIlIIlIIlIIllIIIUIl.. IIIII'IJllltI1111I11ltI1IIIlllJiIlldt!. '! !!

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WANTED |lob as master barber, city I a
TINY TOT .. state permit. Call 2408 E. Univ. BRICK HOME fenced; woodea lot.
PLAY SCHOOLVisit Ave. Phone 374-7443. caijsil. 4 Fla.BR Rrru 2 ,bath.& screened Ig. living porch.rm., i

Elect. kitchen. cent. heat ft air
i/s n.a see for you ne If. 18 Schools & Instructions A STAll tiOTS cond. Many extras including 372-8441 I
24 SE St. FR 47804.Employment'. I. ACROSS 23. Amphitheaters TRT swim club membership. NE sec. i
lion. Reasonable down payment.'
Real I Estate Exam Prohibit IIEA $123 per mo. Call FR 2-5953 == for
Possessed 24. Candleoultree I
COURSE Inclined T 0 G I S A R I evenings.KOREAN i! Classified
IS' BUSINESS COLLEuE walk 27.Fr. article ASil OUTRAG5

F COLLEGE.FR 4-3507 372-3727.218 W.' Univ. Ave 11. BabyL "u 28. Habit i E II VETERANSOnly I i I
I god 29. Conducted u E p : tE $100 down N.W.New 3 ==
MEN" women IS to 55 to train for I
I! CIVIL SERVICE Daughter 30. Crooked j j E BR. 1 and 2 Bath Homes. Immediate Tues thru Frf. papers-5 pjn. Day before Ubftc'atwFor $2
BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORSEarn I occupancy. All city services $2 i ads to go in Sun. paper-12:00 a.m. Jat.I IiI
I Cadmus 31. Ornamental -
informationsend 3 blks. to elementary and I
For ads to go In Mon. pcper-1 p.m. Sat.
up to $5 per hour demonstrating name address L Phone No. River al ball Junior high schools. Price 12.250 =
WORTH famous Studio Girt Key Training Service. 112 W. to $15.000 Including brick: co'onials | Minimum ad 4 lines) I
. Cosmetics. Full or Part Time. Adams St.. Jacksonville. music! 32. Painter SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE .. Total monthly payments

Phone 374-4334 after 4. SPEEDWRITING Shorthand 14. Huge 35. Seeded from .S75 Located N.W.- 39th St.. ; FAMILY RATES
NW. 13th and 14th Place. Call
"SARAH COVENTRY"UNDER TYPING BOOKKEEPING 16. Lichen 36. Tempera43..lyrics Countries
daily and 4-9048
new management. OpenIngs HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE 17. Sediment meat 44. Emblem of 4. Clue i 1 Insertion ............................................... 34c line I
, for fashion directors. Part 218 W. Univ. Ave. FR 4-35C7. BUTLER BROS. $2 i 3 Insertions .............................................. 22c line
time or full time.. For appouitment SIX weeks lunwr typing class. 18. Hades* 37. External morning s. *&oe $2 i Insertions .............................................. 17C line
WHILE call 3727049. Summer school. Registra lion 20.Oklahoma 40. Cause of 45. Bcfordong like bird Redf ranksRealestate 12 Insertions .........._ Me line
COUNTER GIRL for cafeteria line June I. Howell's.. Business College. Indian ruin DOWN 6. Writ i Total charge computed by wiPi -.tiii IMlt.; earn-
and soda fountain. Apply College 218 W. Univ. Ave. Phone 376- ; ed x number of Insertions.
Inn 1728 W. Univ. Ave. No phone 3507. .21.'Auspice 41.-defiance 1. Borer T.CndS.Celebes $2 i

calls please. 22. Pallid42.. Not many 2. Awns ox 3

28 Livestock & Supplies 9.Young lad/ i S Five letter words per line
UNIQUE positions open now for ladies ;-rf-r ;- TrrJr THE KENTUCKY COLONEL & his E
READINGIN who qualify for personallz e d WANT AN ECONOMICALL v / / 10.Hotter lady will enloy living in this I

services. Vlvlanne Woodard Prestige PRICED FEED? Then try CPA / 15. Mum modern Southern Colon I a I Same as 2 lines i
Line Cosmetics personal Interview Cooperative Mill 16 per cent 1- I 11It ) 13 19.Tidy home situated on ONE [ 8 Pt._ ordinary type
:: : :
in the privacy ef your Production Dairy. part pulleted. HALF ACRE of well main- i
home. .Call 374-1480 for appoint- Ideally suited for feeding on \ ,;:- 20.Wise bird tained grounds JUST OUT. ==I 10 Df Sam as 3 fines 5
ment. pasture. Special for May only. If IS 21.Toothlikc23Js SIDE CITY LIMITS. Modem ordinary type
FMX Gainesville or Alachua. built-in kitchen CENTRALAIR i;
BE A FASHION I Phone FR 2-1095 441 2105. - under CONDITIONING. All 4 lines
or 17 o'l'h ia I'
SHOW DIRECTORNO I SHETLAND Pony Gelding very /)0 // : obligation including rooms" are Living extra. spacious, 5 1 18 I Pt.ordinary type I

> delivering or collecting car gentle. Well broke $100. Large // 24. Round 't.ewra
10It, z; '/ arate dining room,
.... I necessary. Call Connie Robbins.FR I Shetland mare In fold $100. 1 year h room 3 bedrooms. 2 baths I
4-1948 after 4 30 p.m. i old colt gentle $55. Small Bay pompano
- large foyer. Winding drive .
WANTED experienced Legal Secretary mare, will fold in July. Good cow ZJ // Z+ ZS It 25.Stroll aimlessly thru the grounds. MUSTBE 24 Pt.Sam. a*. typeg 5 lines II

to begin work on or be- I hone. $125. 454-1344, High Springs. ;/ Zl SEEN TO BE APPRE. '

fore June 1. Salary commensurate Florida. Z1- Z) 26. Sum CIATED. Ideal for professional -
: up
H THE with experience and ability. I FOR SALE polled hereford man or executive.
Fringe benefits. Blue Cross and bulls. 1 to 2 years old $200 to ; .4 30.Waits Just $24, 00. $2 i The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for men than one
Blue Shield. For Interview con I $350. Also few heifers and cows :39 31 31. Cattle Incorrect Insertion. nor will it be liable for any error In
tact James E. Claytoiu Phone all C.M.R. breeding registered. BEFORE YOU BUY or build you =i tisement to a greater extent than the cost of the ssace:
372-9591. Hugh Williams Cross Creek, Fla. ; genus owe it to yourself to let us =$2| pied by the item M the advertisement. No
GOOD. experienced typist for part 411.2204. 32 33 Si 3S 32.Pulpit show you this NEARLY i be made on errors that do' not materially effect the

time work. please do not applyif 33. Course NEW home with well established tile advertisement. .dv..1

SUN Strlngfellow.not qualified. Call 374-7511. Mr.. 30 PETS & SUPPLIES j. 7i7s 39 3'.InnecIWG yard.2 glamourous 3 large baths bedrooms :

35. Goulash living room of entertainment TIle Gainesville StIlt
ENGLISH Good reserves the privilege of reviling
puppies. 40 / .
WAITRESS. night shift. Larry's 41 proportions din- -=
Apply separate lectlng
$2 any advertisement which it
for Rubber deems oblectional and
watch stock and pets. FR 38. tree !
Restaurant 1225 W. Univ.
ing room. panelled Florida chancetheclassificanon
Ave. 2-0033. 43 44-.1- 43 39. Female room with old brick fire I Clued t* conform to the policy Ofany of advertisement tht paper. from that oril 1
GERMAN shepherd pups AKC. all : place. Oak strip floors. Central
12 Male Help Wanted shots ready to go. Shown week .4 sheep heat 4AIR CONDI. -

WANTADS days after 7 P.M. all day Sat. Far time 22 min. *f III.."'..,-'.. .l1 TIONING. Big modern kit IWS lllllllIlltIII.JIIIIIIIIP.IIIIIIIItIIIIIIt! __. -u lUll __....__ti..
and chen Including ------ .m Sun. See Don Carney 3501 Disposal, iliUIiiUllllllllilllll.Jllllll1lllllJ
: COUNTER MAN for cafeteria line NW 18fh 7cr.MINIATURE Dishwasher Built in stove .'
and soda fountain. Apply College & oven. refrigerator a\ 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sale
Inn 1728 W. Univ. Ave. No phone washer. Double attached ga-
AKC reg. 4 wks.. 2 males 2 Excellent
rage. westside location
females have had shots. $SO. house for Sale by
Shown .
by appt. only. Owner. Partly furnished. Near TRI-LEVEL HOME, 3 BR, 2 Bath
experienced. Good Phone 6-3800. 2923 N.E. 10th St. Call FR 4-0817.
Asking '
working conditions. Excel lent Houses for only University. Shown by appoint sep dining im. fireplace, cen.
35 Sale Houses for Sale
35 35 Houses for $25,400.
See Service Manager. Bark BEAGLES for sale partially trainad ment. FR 2-8889. heat, built-in kit. equip., screened
and some have shots. $20 I patio dbl.
ley Motors. FR 22S8X I and $30. Good stock. Phone Claude M. "Red" Franks. Realtor IN NEWBERRY 3 BR, Fla. Rm.. wood-GH.5. area. garage See at 2247
DRAFTSMAN. full time permanent 25135. 514.775 up ON YOUR LOT. Open 3t'R 2 bath, house for sale. To NO DOWN PAYMENT BR. 2 Myrle Latslter. Associate 1 bath kitchen. living rm., dinIng NW 16th Ave.
position. Experience in civil engineering House Sundays. 1 to 4 p.m. Designed cost $11,500. Call FR 2-4934. i bath. Central heat central air Wm. E. -'Bill"" Harris Associate rm. Block home with J'.i
drafting required. 5 day FOR SALE AKC registered Chi & engineered by U. S. condo Northwest. $19,000. Call 7 N.E. 1st St. Phone 376-0817 acres 'of land within city limits. l NOT IN SUBDIVISION 3 BR block
huahua puppies; also Collie pup. Steel Corp.. Homes Division. 2100 TEMPTING BUY .
374-2927. Res. 374-2927 Price
week. 2 wk. $14,000. Phone 4722459.
paid vacation. &
.. ..- .. Group pies. Hubbard Circle Grocery sq. ft. 3 BR. 2 bath air cond., 3 Bedroom 2 bath. kitchen built- 3727943 Shingle colonial. Kirby Smith
'-" I ..... life & hospItalization avail. For Mllhopper and Uth Ave. 4-3324. brick veneer. 2 car garage. 1801 in, family room. central heat and HOMES BY GINGRICH MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTINGGracious : $14/100 & St, Patrick Schools. Near
call PArtc.
appt. FR 22591. Fenced
NW 36th Dr. Alachua Homes. air conditioning. Fen ced back No down payment on your lot. -4 Br.. 2 Bath Ig Lr. kit, porch yard. fireplace.
EHRBAR KITTEN RANCH offersits hardwood
WANTED Caretaker on Lake Place. Inc. Call. .Frank Thomas FR 4- yard. Outside city limits. Priced low monthly payments. For free extra Utility' air cond., stove. floors. $12,500. Owner.
select herd for your free se Phone FR 22734.
Must be sober and have references reasonably. Located 3945 literature. Write Gingrich 1225 _
lection. SI8 NE. 7th PI. after 6690. very M $102 Mo. Total. Equity on terms.
Furnished house and good N.W. 34th Street. Phone FR 42949. NE 22nd St, Ocala Fla. Phone 3721854. FOR SALE BY .
5:30 week days; Sat. and Sun. ell 422-3344. OWNER. NW section
salary. Apply Lewis Jewelry Co. day. FR 20717.BEAUTIFUL LITTLEWOOD AREA 3 bedroom, 2 tile baths.
200 W. Univ. Ave. 4 BR. 3 bath 2050 sq. ft. living CENTRAL AIR CONDITIOING 1 BR CB city water lot SOxUO-. $450 DOWN built appliances.. double carport .
You BOYS WANTED with bicycles (no and loving male German area central heat built-in kit. paved street down payment $200 & Spacious. 3 bedrooms and 2'bathS. central paved street connected to
scooters) for morning Shepherd pup $45. Avail. 1 blk. from Westwood Jr. High. FENCED REAR YARDA and $45 monthly. Immediate oc. heat, screened porch and large sewer. Small down payment.
routes ages 12W to 14.paper Call anytime. 3136 East UniversityAve. 2 blks. from Littlewood elem. complete home: Wall-to-wall cupancy. Located near bus line 3 BR, 2 bath. C.B. appr 2000 m ft family room, beautifully landscaped Days phone 3723824. After 6
FR 2-4451' anytime.CABINET .. Cottage 1. school. Ideal for Ig. family or carpets.. draperies.. central *air and Stephen Foster School 1114 living. space restricted residential with back yard fenced. i P.M. 374-4774
conditioning. fenced rear yard. NW area. Fla. room. ig modern kit. near schools and shopping $15.000
and 39th
elderly Ave.
persons. See It and phone
MAKERS For Sale beautiful female Siamese Priced for Immed. sale. 344 Quality Chambers gas oven. I chen dbl. garage like new. Ex. 611 N. W. 34th Drive. Call any I SPACIOUS 2 story 4 bedroom 2
kitten. 9 weeks old. Housebroken range and hood. Vanitied laundry I cKisive. Call for appointment. Call time 1 bath frame house.
Wanted Immediately: cut out N.W. 13th Av.. 3722193. 3747170.OPEN Swimmingpool.
wormed weaned. Call FR
man. bench & formica man. 2-6073, after 5. sink in connecting utility room. HOUSE : Mary Moelier.Spacious N.E. Phone FR 23738
Write or apply to Custom CabI- WHY PAY RENT? Large living room separate din
Can nets. 2510 NE 18th Ter. Gainesville : New homes 19,500. 3 bedroom. tile ing room. Three large bedrooms 3-, P.M.EXCLUSIVE & BY OWNER attractive 4 BR. 2
Fla. State qualifications 33 LOTS FOR SALEBY bath $45 per month. Located on Hugh Edwards Inc. NORTHWEST bath lovely -yard. Air cond,
age & experience. S. E. 45th Terrace Also some 374-7971. SPACIOUS 2090 Square Feet CharmingOlder cent. heat. dbl. util. rm,, swim
trade-ins. Call FR 22372. WOODED 93 x 164 Lot club membership.' Walklno distance
TWO MEN WANTEDto OWNER GLADYS SMITH AIR-CONDITIONED Throughout home near J. J. Finley. Melcalfe & Howard Bishop.
assist me in my business. Car BEAUTIFUL NW. 22nd wooded Street.lot.110 900 x55'blockof 1 BR., bath CB house on acre. 2 3 Bedrooms 2 bathS. paneled Realistically priced. 3 Br., C.B.L I $98 mo. 2832 NE 11th Terr. Ph.

necessary. neat in appearance.Age Also lot in Gwynn Oaks 200'x180 gas heaters gas range utll. Rm. Den. Living Room, Dining Room. R Dining rm family room & 376-2349.
20-35. Call Mr. Haney Thurs- with view and privilegesof with Vi bath. Encl. pump. ladders EXCLUSIVE AREA electric built-in Kitchen large study. Landscaped yard. lovely jOO Down. $83 Month. 4-Bedroom. .
9 to ':30 A.M. tools some furn. Shade trees. Acre lot in prestige area with area $14,750. Call Mary Moeller
day only sharp. Clear Lake. 3765109. Homestead exemption. .SVi! ml. Family room. Hardwood floors. 2 bath swimming pool member.
FR 6-7110. four bedroom panelled home. Two FR
2-1053. ship. Ideal N. E. location. Call
Buy Beautiful 3 Acre Tract Entered from Gainesville, $8.000 cash. FR
by Prke
fireplaces rustic exterior.
1918 N.W. 11th Road New between 2 and 7. FR 2-0123.
COOK. White. married. 30 to 55' a 60 ft. Wide Private Drive. N.W. 2.1541.STUDENT. Is 21000. Call 3725393. I Listing
yr. I hour day S day week Section. Out of City Limits.E. See this charming home. 3 BR 3 Bedrooms. 2 bath fireplace, wall
vacation. sick leave. social security C. "CURLY" KUEHN JR. sacrificing 2 bedroom HORSE FANCIERS PARRISHPRESENTS i C.B. Fta room with fire place Ralph Reoltor to wall carpeting. Madison Park
and state retlrment tensfits CCB home. Partly furnished Including
Ig yard excellent neighborhood Phone FR 6-1041 3701 N.W. 23rd
438 N. Main St. FOSSEYDick
For Interview contact Per. appL and washing mach.II Will like this 3 acres outside of 517.900. 51500.00 Avenue.
equity. Monthly i
FR 6-2032 Broker FR 4-4544 minutes from Univ.. few City limits. In exclusive section. .
sonnel DirectOr Sun land Train- payments like
Ing Center. P. O. Box 508 LOTS blocks to grade school Ig lot. House is modem in constructionwith Call Mary MoelierSuburban rent. $125.00 month. RobinsonAssociatePh. : ARMY Officer transferred must
Gainesville Fla. or Phone ;374S381 9500. 4117 NW. 11th Sf. FR 2- large sleeping area. Guest 374-1359 :1 aell. 3 BR. 2 bath Fla. room.
Ext. 342. 4435, After 530. cottage. Living room with fire 11 W. University Ave. In N. W. Near School. $15,500.
Hire SALE OR LEASE COMMERCIALNear place. 30000. Call us at 372- Beauty "Selling Florida Since 190f Negotiate equity. FR 25043.
WANTED sign painter in Ocala new V.A. hospital 5 acres $40 MONTHLY payments no taxes 5391

area. excellent salary, 5 or 6 day appr 4 acres plus. N. side of 3 BR home, excellent condi ANGLEWOOD. Almost new 4 bedroom 3 BR. C.B. lot. 159 x 105. sparkling : ":' '< ..;,:o.:.><:. :<<-c :. ::<<. .,;,g.m.: .
week. Phone 429-5445 or apply at Archer Rd., call tion. Make offer on $2500 equity. PASTURE attractive home with cen cozy In country-like area ;>;::>' <<=s: :.);o;; : )>'.Q ::;;;.. '
1538 N. Magnolia St.. Ocala. MARY MOELLER. REALTOR Must see to appreciate. Owner 5'i fenced. Two bedroom tral heating and fully alr 1019 W Ave. FR 6-4471 acres tioned. This was one of the new finanCing. call Mary Moeller. '
University Call 3720044.SPACIOUS
leaving city.
DISHWASHERS night shift. Apply house. Deep well. Price Is $12 homes in the 1942 Parade of : rJ _
Larry's Restaurant 1225 W. Univ. 750.00 and cm be financed. Homes Show. 'et us tell you :} .
Ave. 34 Waterfront Property more about this one. I New Listing tJtICir

Sell ROUTE SALESMAN. for soft drink Jumbo brick, quiet simplicity. 3 br
route. 5-day week. See Earl Vel- WINFRED H. CRAWFORD Over 2900'Sq.. Feet living area In FLORIDA PARK AREA. A pleasant Fla room & breezeway excellent
dink, after 4 p.n% at 403 S.E. Reg Broker, specalbing In this unique home. 2 king size masonry 3 bedroom home on condition and priced on to-
2nd Street. LAKE PROPERTIESACRE.. BR's. 1 smaller BR. Huge living a nice lot 110 x 154 located withIn days market.Budget ir
AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose.GR room large Fla. room. big fam- walking distance to J. J. Fin- I flhifQS ?
: ily room bulltui' elec. kitchen. Also Elementary School and Gainesville AM
UNIVERSITY STUDENTS Full 52981.ON extra kitchen with stove, High School. Owner leaving* Home
or part time salesman wanted. THE GULF Ref.. & washer-dryer. 2 tile baths. town: i C_B. 3 br, 2 bath, cent heat. Buy .
Hours can be arranged/ around Cedar Shores 3 A-C units. HW 8. tile floors. like rent. $13,500. Call Mary
or your school schedule. Good commissions Key Some of the most gorgeous pan GOOD BUY. Owner leaving town Moeller. >
paid-JUS per hour IT Other Properties elling you've ever seen. .Open and must sell 4 bedroom 2 bath Y9Jca'll2cvcj:11
guaranteed for minimum sales beam ceiling. You'll have to home living room. family room :J
quota. For interview call circulation David AndrewsCedar see to believe' such exists. Can built-in kitchen and screened .:
manager 9 to 11 A.M. be used as two large Apts. So porch. Central heat and central :
FR 28441. Key. 3841 I convenient to town. All this and air conditioning. Priced. to sell.
AIR CONDITIONED. hear I more for $17,700. Excellent terms. GLADYS SMITH
LOCAL branch office of General gas FINLEY School area. Attractive 3 ti j:11: t
completely tumished 2 bedroom
RentCLASSIFIED Finance Corp. has opening for house on Cowpen Lake. 22 miles REALTORAssociates bedroom 2 bath masonry homeon Village Qrccn
finance adluster trainee. Now ,
one East of Gainesville Price $8.800. UNIVERSITYREALTY : nicely landscaped large lot.
taking applications from men 21-
Terms available. Phone FR 43472. Anna Hmson Florence Burns Immediate possession. May we
30 yrs. of age. Must have minimum show you this one.
Caroline Noyes Ben Griffin
of high school education '
college preferred. Must have car BEAUTIFUL lot on the Suwannee Member Multiple Listing MASON MANOR. Very attractive 4 .I 6 MODELS OPEN

to use In business. For the man River at Rock Bluff. Call 374- 1115 N. Main St. 'Ph. 372-4351 McKINNEY bedroom. 2 bath home located on
who u ambitious and doesn mind 4140.BOOMING. W. M. Munroe Realtor a large lot with fenced back yard li1 Today 1 Till! Dark
work this Is an opportunity for STEINHATCHEE "Trout Asso. S. E. McLaughlin Frank GREEN ideal for children. Walking distance
rapid advancement In an expand- and redflsh at your dock. 3 Roby Roy McCann T. C. Doug to Westwood Jr. High. Central N.
ing Industry. Ben. fits include las Jr. heat and air conditioning. MARY :: : .
choice riverfront lots. lots (0' (I)
group Insurance paid vacations. .... ..J
: profit sharing & car allowance. on$1500.deep Hightimbered waterway priced lots overlooking from- : UNDER $10.000. New 3 bedroom t; :Le Wle :LWUIf.nr>mwI

Apply In person at 718 N. Main waterway from $300. Good FORDYCE homes built under FHA specifications

I' St. terms. C. Alton O'Quinn O'- and available to qualified MOELLER
WANTED MAN to service Insurance Qulnn's Steinhatchee. Fla. Anglewood buyers with FHA financing. No ; J1HUGH EDWARDS INC.J
debit. above average salary An attractive well built home closing costs and no city taxes. ,
.plus' commission. good opportunity HUNTING 8. FISHING cabin. Furnished situated on a beautiful landscaped '
for advancement. Phone electricity, water well I 1 i I lot. 3 Bedrooms and 2 WESTSIDE. New residential subdI- REALTOR t: 2837 N.E. 15thStreet :;
acre land. See John Elton tiled baths. Large patio Wall vision opening soon. Acre lots.
372 3494 for Information.
Orange Springs. to wall carpet in dining and streets now being paved. May we 1019 W. Univ. Ave. FR -4471 Phone 372-1551
I Dial WANTED Working yard tore- LITTLE LAKE SANTA FE Bird I, living area. All modern conven- tell you more about this restricted Member Multiple Listing \ J
man for: Lumber and Building Supply Architecturally designed 4 bedroom. iences. Priced to sell Call. residential area. outside city lim Mary .Moeller Broker .
Company.: Age preference 25 Beach. Lots #12 8. 13. Each Ti bath home. Central air-condi- FR 2-3617 for appointment. its. AssociatesE. :.: {? lX :IJl.iif-W! !! ill)

,' to 40. Please state experience andreferences. i I 90 x 280'. $7300 terms or $4,500 tionmg and heating. Fully equipped I W. Moeller Foster Kessler
cash 372-1335.
Apply' to P. O. Box kitchen. Terrazo floors throughout. Forrest
'14. Gainesville Fla This is I very unique two story Holly : 1.-.:: -- -
376-4672 35 Houses for Sol. home with structural steel and Attractive 3 B.R.. 2 bath Ocala IN THE

13-Help Mile or Female! glass. Call 376.1236.EXECUTIVE'S. Block: Home situated on large FUN
\ 4 BR, 2 Bath home w N.E. Sec corner lot Sunken living room
I tion. Den. screened porch air- with fireplace Florida Room.
PLACEMENT SERVICE conditioning.. central heat. PrIce DbL C.P. Central Heat and Air
I Office Professional $14900 $400 down pay. 2809 N.E. home. 4 bedrooms 2V baths. SItu- condition Modem kitchen with I
Technical 10th St. Call 2-4455. ated on a spacious lot In the NW refrigerator Designed for lux.

College Graduates PROF. Moving. Sacrifice price. 3 section. An extra bedroom and bath urious living. Call FR 2-3617
For appt. call 372-4377 Br. 2 bath. wooded lot 140 x 210. can be used as a study or den. '
I 1D-12:00 AJ*. 2-4:00 P.M. Faculty neighborhood. 3434 S. W. Walled in patio area Wall to Wall Madison Park:
Announcements Monday through Friday 20th St. carpeting In the living room. Call
PERSONNEL CENTER 374-1234. Owner departed Desirable N.W.
I 102 NW 2nd Avenue FOR Sale or trade. New 4 BR. location F.H.A. financing. Only
home located In Westmoreland $75000 Down for this attractive SUN
(xp. secretaries salary openCashierhostess. Estates. On city sewers pavedSt QUIET I 3 B.R. 2 bath home. Priced below M..M.

3 LOST & FOUND White housekeeper. attractive$25 wk.BookkeePH' 2 Ig bath Rms.. Ig. family neighborhood for this 3 bedroom. 2 market Near school and shop NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA
Rm. & living Rm.. dining area. bath home. A spacious patio adds ping Call FR 2.3417 for appointment -
LOS black' 4 while collie collar salary open Central heat, built-in kitchen Including
to its desirability at only $10.000
Exp. Waitres, salary & comm. PARRISH
but no tag J. J. Finley Univ. GE dishwasher. 2 courtyards
Exp. mechanics with a very low down payment BOATS & MOTORS -
section. Call 372-4051 walk to schools. close to
Store trainee. hi schl grad. Call 376-1236. I BOATS & MOTORS OUTDOOR RECREATION
LOST FEMALE DACHSHUND. Off. trainee hi schl. 9 rad. U of F medical center FHA AND ASSOCIATES, INC.
reddish brown short hair name Tree surgeon foreman $2 hr. $22.700. Down payment $1,700. CHOICE I MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTINGH. WHO WOULD LIKE THE 74th 24" GRILLS
is $".'11. Lost In vicinty of 2100 Auto salesman Exp. Immediate occupancy. Drive by Wayne Hill Helen Graham HUNTER Fiberglass Fishipg 12 Plywood fishing boats.
,tit SU NW.. Reward entered. Short order grill man 1027 NW 40th Drive. Call Butler area Is the location of this 3 bed- Carolyn Gardenhire Mary Parrish Boat Introduced by FRANK $4948 HOOD-SPiT AND MOTOR
Phone 374-43S4 Insurance trainee. $100 wk. Brothers. 3729545 dally "6-'cwa room home with hardwood floors 19 N.E. First St. Tel. 372.537] PHILPOTTT $1099
Route 1I ""an. Levy Co. niGht. throughout. Large Florida room. EASY TERMS OR CENTRAL THE TACKLE BOX GOOD YEAR SERVICE STORES
I 4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE CONNELL EMPLOY. AGY. FHA House for sale NE section attractive kitchen. All air conditioned CHARGE 725 N. Main 3723537

120 SE 1st Ave. at appraisal value of 10000. FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY The Heart Of East Gainesville-
i. Phone 376-1234 $300 down payment low monthly Call 374-1234. FRANK PHILPOTrSCheck with Charlie
LEARN TO DRIVEl Special attention WANTED Inventory Clerk man or payments. 3 B R. 1 bath, carport r SPORT CENTER FR 21791. List of Classifications to choose
to nervous or elderly. 40 hour week. Good large storage. Call after
/ Easy Way Driving ScnooL FR woman.Should have some knowledge pay.of 6:00 P.M. FR 4-4774. SPANISH For top quality workmanship I Home of HUNTER Fiberglass _ _ from
"J)07) tie bv State of Fla. bookkeeping. Write Box 425-A Inspired terrace provides the view ASSOCIATESJ. : call Fishing Boats.McCULLOCH .
9-ROOM FRAME house screened Motors MURRAY
\ c-o Gainesville Sun. from the living room of this attractive Fred Guy Jayne Butler-wroth 372-6142 ALACHUA COUNTY'SONLY
NOTICESDUE porch reduced for quick sale. ,' bath home. Trailers and JACKSON Sailing DEALER Sluing Swimming-Diving.
E SrfcCIAL 4 bedroom. 2 CoL J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire
DISTRIBUTORS CARRIERS $2,495. Phone Cephis Goodman. GAINESVILLE Canoes.
I Situated on a lushly landscaped lot. Multiple Listing JOHNSON
needed for morning newspaper 528-4384. WIlliston.I Excellent low down payment and UPHOLSTERY Fishing eCl lpment.
to divorce I have a like new routes. Real opportunity for right WESTWOOD LITTLEWOOD monthly terms to suit your budget. VERY NICE 3 bedroom CCB 1508 N.w. ism st -Where Quality Sofia Itwlf SEA HORSE MOTORS
I I house. Oak parquet floors patio. SALES AND SERVICE Safety Items.
1964 model Zig Zag Automatic person. Dependable transportation Walking distance to schools. I Call 374-1234. Free Estimates-PX cc and
School Cen 20 Lone Star Boats. Orlando Clipper
I near and Shopping NW. 14th Ave.
and cash bond required. Call
sewing .machine.we would that like does some-everything 372-4532 or write R. S, Ludwlck Heights.BR. 2 baths Study.noire hardwood In Skyline floors ] ter. See at 403 N.W, 19th Ave. delivery. FR 25011 or FR 4-4893 Boats. Ski supplies. Sailing rigs. Coifing Cojuipment.Tennis .

on. to take. up payments of $4.00 3620 5.W. Archer Rd. built-in range & oven. Cent. $9.560. Dial 475-4381. .-.- -- -- ---- CAIRO'S MARINE
I per mo. Small balance. PIU 372- HELP turn. your spare tate into I h at. Shaded back yard. Call : Mon Other. Thru Times FrL by S4 Appointment pjn. Sat. 9-4 CO S. MA'N ST. Equipment.

205U money. No soliciting or Oliver- 37 6- I62. THE STRIETMANN BISQUIT CO. _ _ _ Baseban Equipment.
WRINKLES? Ing. AdJust your own workinghrs. I SACRIFICE $2408 equity for $700 .
Coty Line Away 2.50 pe rhr. For 'appt. call cash. Total cost only $1VC7. has on opening for a man between 25 end 40, who Sun Want Ads SWIMMING POOLS Where to Fish.
IS plus Tax 372-7049 Modern 3 BR. W bath home. wants to make selling a career and is willing to work
Odi's Pharmacy I Near schools. Retng elec. advancement.. This is of established territories
one our
i 114 Central Plaza. (Next to Winn range, air cond-. and drapes. BE CAREFREE "Pfw many many more.
Dixie) I.D.U Orutoa.ALUMNAEuWbo. 14SaksHelpWantedOPPORTUNITY I II No qualifying 1432 NE 14tti Tar. m the Gainesville area. Compensation based on

? I Phone 374-400. sales, commission, and bonus plan. This position re- Get Results Enoy| a dean and healthy pool.
quires that applicants be married high-school graduate Master Pool Service Inc.
Local KNOCKS! I NE 2 yrs. old. 3 BR 1 bath. ADVTHTISE Kt THX
Personalities C/H. screened porch, patio. with a good cor. Experience selling groceries restaurants Supplies I Monthly cleaning
You've read about fabulous Village service.
Thursday May 28 stove refrtg. d-washer $500dru and institutions will be considered in filling this position.An SERVICE DIRJBCTOXrMR.
8 00 P.M.. Channel 5 Green. Nowhelp sell Itl'' $75 mo. FR 2-2774. FR 1-5343 4-000 33171
Excellent earning opportunity for I equal opportunity employer. Job benefits include
licensed Real Estate salesman. I AN exciting home with space, ei-
a Baby Sitters Child Cu.PLANNED Allen Dorman sales manager. celientty built. air conditioned. Associates Inc.Real fully paid expenses paid vocation and a liberal health

Hugh Edwards. ..,C:. 37T-U51 ) B R. 2 Bath family room and and accident insurance and pension program. If you can
program awaits your fireplace now being completedby I Estate Exchangers meet the above qualifications call FR 2-6333 at the MERCHANT: To place your ad in the

pre-school youngster at JACK 16 Work Wanted Female Lloyd Myrfck, Builder INwtmbeny Multiple Listing Realtors. University Inn. Gainesville: Fla. and ask for Mr. Felix

I I a.Music JILL DnIOrM'l'educational NURSERY SCHOOL limits. N. Estates w. 341A outside Terr city off i Grace Dudley S.Goulden Fordyce., Associate Broker Herndon between 6 and 9 pjn.. beginning Monday. Fun in the Sun section PHONE 372-8441

I Mnvstrlps 7.45-3.15. Mon-FrU WANT JOB as practical nurse or N. W. 39tn Ave. Offered for $22, t Harvey Benton. Associate May 25.
-1331 S.W. ISttl St. FR 4-3900. companion. Call FR 4-4319. 500. Phone 2-5489. 924 W. Univ. 37412341WHY I




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'LJ The Term REALTOR is a distinctive designation for memben of the National Association of Real Estate Boards and it stands for business competence combined with high standards of business conduct.

Every REALTOR is pledged to observe a code of ethics. The right to use the professional title REALTOR is given to men and women w ho have sound real estate experience. ability and knowledge and to

those who adhere to the REALTOR'S Code of Ethics.

42 Farms & Acreage 45 Furnished Aprs. 45 Furnished Apts. 45 Furnished Aprs. 45 Furnished Aprs. -

I 15 ACRES ON Archer Road. Includes FOR RENT 1 bedroom furnished REDWOOD APTS. 4401 S.W. 13th LARGE, modern clean 1 bedroom 2 BEDROOM. S room apartmentN.W.
2 CCB buildings. and 200' apartment. Clean and cooL $60 St. New air conditioned 1 BR apart $75 per mOo Call 7th Ter. Available June Macoma Homes
4" well with water system. Phone month. Water furnished. Call apts. water furn. $90 per mOo FR 2-4625. 1st. Seen by appointment. $75 ,
THE TIME IS NOW FR 2-2649 after 5 or weekends. Ronnie Hayward FR 2-4761 or Call FR 6-0427 or 2-6723. Month. Phone FR 4-3825. Inc.For .

INVESTOR'S SPECIAL FR 6-6134. CLEAN 2 BR upstairs apartment 1 BEDROOM garage apartment. 1 BR air cond. turn trailer t en-
Sale, attractive S-
furnished. For rent at 30* S.E.m very
240 acres of beautiful, rolling I near Campus $90 per mo. closed cabana. Excellent condition. -
NICE I BR furnished apt. Private bedroom 1-bath
home. 4417
St. J50 month. FR 6-2441 or .
land with 420 ft. frontage on Phone 2-3329. FR 29186A.M.. and 6-
bam & entrance. Hot & cold E. Ave.
6-2930 Mr. Haynes. ; walking
Lake Santa Fe. 900 ft. canal. 12 PM.NICE
water furnished. ISO per mo. furnished. distance to Lake
Ideal location for retirement estate 1 BR furnished apt., water Forest
development or investment. _Phone 2-9704 or 2-1995. 4131 NW 12th Ter. $60 per 1 BR. 1226V N.W. tth St.. SiS. apt. close in private entrance Schools. Price $11500. 1500
Do You Have A Room, ApartmentOr S30,000. United Farm Agency UTILITIES FURNISHED, close In. me. Call 376-2641 or 376-2930 ask: 1 BR 41* N.W. 2nd Ave... $55. bath & shower. All Utilities down and S7T.50 per month.
EFF.. 41' N.W. 2nd Ave.. $45. & antenna turn. 531
FR 22954. 2 rooms private bath. off-street for Mr. Haynes. SE Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoyJr.
1 3505 N.W. 17th St., S65. 2nd Place. 372-2582. .
Day FR 4-7590. nights FR
parking. no pets. 15 SW 2nd PI.
House to Rent? NICE freshly painted 1 Bedroom.
2 BR 1010V. W. Urwv. Ave.. $75. t-5015. Office corner N. Main
2 & bath furnished
43 Colored Property $45 month. Phone FR 6-6481. room completely
FURNISHED apartment for rent per McKINNEY-GREEN. INC and 23rd Blvd.Quality.
for two, male only. air-condi See 15 SW :3 Avenue. __ Realtors FR 2-3617 efficiency. Clean. cool..
convenient to compos. $40. W tr
HOMES FOR SALE: tioning, central heating v 111. I BEDROOM completely furnished ON 301 in waido. furnished cot- turn. 372-7309. 122 NW 25th St. I
REMEMBER-A rental COSTS 2 & 3 Bedrooms. SE utn St. & furnished. Phone 2- 4JJ or 64173. upstairs or downstairs. near tage; kitchen, bedroom and bath. I
vacancy SE 7th Ave. Some no down pay. EFFICIENCY apartment. private shopping center. See at 612 N.W. $11 week includes utilities etc.: '
ment. Some small down pay bath and entrance. Very clean.: 10th Ave. or phone 6-3549. $75 448-1144. EYES RIGHT!
YOU MORE than the ad that will rentit 4. rnen Monthly payment $57 to Adults. 708 E. Univ. Ave. per mo. /
$65. Also homes built on your 1 BEDROOM furnished apartment.
DUPLEX 2 15R furnished apt. G.s'or 2 BR furnished apart with porchNear See real dream living In Shadow Homes
lot for no down payment. Completely private close in.
411 N.W. Lawn
University. See at Estates. Models Open.F. .
cooking a. heating. Cold
I Call TOMMY RIOCELLBuilder Large shady yard. $40 Month.
Phon FR t-415 water furn. Private front & back: 15th St. or call 2-4647. $55 per Phone 444-1595 Waldo. D. Oliver Bldr.
entrance. Phone FR 2-4400. 1806 mo. Ph. FR 1-4*** WESTVILLAN.W.
44 Cottages for Rent NE 11th Place. EFFICIENCY apt. private entrance TRAILER & cabana 2 BR. fur. West en NW 39th Ave. past 'I
& bath. Lights & hot wa- nished, $55 per mo. 1724 SE 47th the Glen Springs lot ersec.twa. i
ROOMY 1 BR, kitchenette -
Here's what your Vacancy COSTS YOU private bath room.& private ter furnished. Summer student Ter. Couples or couple with See sign ea left. t 16th Ave.
FURNISHED. 1 BR cottage, all entrance. No pets. Apt. 208. 204 preferred. Ph. FR 6-5824. small child. Ph. FR 21576. tI

EVERY DAY until it is rented : electric, located tile shower on Santa good ventilation Fe- NE 5th Ave. Ph. 6-0266. TWO bedroom furnished apt. AIR cond. luxury turn. apt. Movingout --- I & 37th St.
Alachua GeneralHosplt.l. of town. Rent paid until July
Univ. &
FR 2- TWO Bedroom Trailer S60 near
Lake. Phone FR 2-5458 or ; one
IS, will at loss. Colonial
sub-rent great
Ph. FR 6-7955 Gainesville -
8169. bedroom, $48. On 5 acres. Adults
or write R. T. Stroud.. O. Manor Apt. 372-5059 or FR
only. Sorry no pets. 4611 N.W. TERMSWALTER
IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: HOUSE on Little Lake Santa Fe. 6th St. Call 2-9838. Box 365. St. Augustine. 6-3261. ext. 2171. Hochstim.E. IMPORTANTANNOUNCEMENT -
private beach dock. boat. $40
weekly. Call FR 6-4943. 2 BR 1st floor furnished apt. large EAST SIDE Cooperative apartments to
$40 per mo. . $1.33 per day -H ; BEDROOM TRAILER NO rooms, screened porch, clean. C. "CURLY" be built In Gainesville. For
freshly painted sprayed monthlyfor GARDENAPARTMENTS information call FR 62921or

$50 per mo . $1.66 per day PETS, FR 2-5633. per pests.mo. Phone Water FR furnished.6-5883. $60 KUEHN, JR. write: STUBBS
P. O. Box
BEACH HOUSE on Crescent Beach. 13956 ,
Lots Income Bus-
$1.83 day i_ F a few weeks still free. Call FR. YOUNG COUPLE or aged couple $57 per month upGainesville's Incas and Lake Property. I Gainesville. Fla.
$55 per mo . per 2-5281. preferred, but no children or INC.
pest Upstairs apt. Available now. Finest Farms and Acreage.E. : University Park
$60 per mo. . $2.00 per day fi.; 45 Furnished Apts. Call 6-4512. Furnished or unfurnished (33 N. MAIN ST. i "We Trade
1 BEDROOM furnished duplex. Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart FR 1-2032 Broker FR 6-6544 I Apts.

$65 mo. . $2.16 per day Newly decorated. $50 month. 17 ment. 309 NE 9th St. Phone 376-
per \ NICELY furnished convenient N.E. 13th St. Phone FR 20371.OWEATFA4IA' 9608. _
downtown area. $75. Also garage -_.__................__.._--_..__. ,-----.........- ---- ----- --- = .
$70 per mo. . $2.33 per day apt. air conditioned. $90. Adults -- -

$75 per mo . $2..50perday tq c4WLAwltC& only Music no Store.FURNISHED pets.. Inquire Lillian's I E I II
Look pretty keep cool In the kit- Apartment tor COMPARETHESE
chen. Wear this as apron or sun with living Rm.. bedroom, tile
$80 per mo.: ,. . $2.66 per day dress. Easy-sew. barn .Ir Make apron with or without bandat Apt. FR 29569.FURNISHED .

$85 per mo.. . .. ....*'.$2.83 per day Pattern edge.703 Decorative; printed tulip pattern Is pocket.S (10 mOo Water Apt.turn.for Call rent FR$55 2-1823 per HOME VALUES II

12); M (14 16); L (IS. 20). State or FR 23794.
$90 per mo. . .. $3.00 per day Size. BEFOREYOUBUYso
Thirty-five cents In coins for this ONE-) BR turn apt. with private
J pattern add 15 cents for each ent. Also a 2 BR apt with air
$95 per mo.. . ,$3.16 per day I pattern for Ut-class mailing and conditioner. Walking dist. to Norwood :
*' I special handling. Send to Laura town. Call FR 25514. I I
$100 per mo. . $3.33 per day Wheeler. Gainesville Sun. Needlecraft CLEAN 4 room apartment. Closeto 1:1 SAVE!
; Dept. P. O. Box 161, Old shopping 609 N.E. 6th St. Hope"H"
Chelsea Staton New York 11. N.Y. Phone FR 21391. $65 per month.
Print plaintly PATTERN NUM- Inc.
BER NAME, ADDRESS and 1 BR living room. large patio. -
CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR ZONE. walk-In closets. large built in Imffihtffffmtmmmmnnesiw.l J
BARGAIN! Big. new 1964 Needlecraft kitchen. Phone FR 7-3826. = We Trade Homes
Catalog over 200 designs.
only 25 cents! A must If you knit. 5 1115 NW 40th Drive or Property WEEK

SUN RENTAL WANT ADS << 25 crochet cents.quilt. sew embroider. Send ; 3 Br. 2 Bath mUnlnhIEflfm98mtimsnmn.noen !

following art ready for
PLETE QUILT PATTERNS In deluxe We must sacrifice this occupancy.
new Quilt Book. For beginners -
experts. Send 50 cents now. 53 -Our inventory is too I
BUYERS much-We will take 3707 N.W. 21st PI. g I

35 Houses For Sole! 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sale! ; $750 for our equity. $105 4 BR.mo. 2 bath, $650 down. so so I

GUIDEby 88 You assume $17,000'Approximate 1442 NE 16th PI. i REAL ESTATE
:3 BR, IV* Bath dining rm,. Fla. mortgage.
YOU will like the home.colors In If this rm.,. back yard fenced, in Carol 5 Hurry to take advantage 3 BR IVa bath $350 down.
VA bath
3 BR you
don't owner will change 'em. Best NEW Estates. near schools and churches. The James Co. of this. $98 per mo. ==
Call E
buy at 15750. Fenced yard WW 2024 NE 16th Terr.
Carpets. and drapes. Call FR 2. LISTINGSTHEIR 3 BR, Fla. Rm Carol Estates, The James Co. of Cainiesville. 5is
3784 or see at 719 N.W. 19th Lane. near schools. Pay low equity Inc., Builders of Kings- 3 BR 2 bath $350 down. $93. .
& assume VA loan with $77.94 berry Homes for this area will 1115 NE 5th St. per week.
NEW LOSS could be your gain. mo. payments. Ph. 376-0539. be happy to answer any ques- ; 3 Br.2Bath FORUM"Home
See this excellent listing. T h ree tions you might have concerning 3330 & 3320 soH

3 school.bedroom V.A.2 nothing bath homes down near only bedroom two bath centrally heat 38 Real Estate Wanted one home of ownership.those people You mightbe thai Our Loss Your Gain NW 30th Ave. !i
ed and air conditioned house with
3 BR. 1 bath $500 dn. $79.59
$100 closing. FHA > minimum Florida Room and screened porch now owns a home but found 5iOur inventory must Ii;
down payment. N.W. 6th St. and that it Is If per mOo
now Inadequate be lowered We will
overlooking a spacious landscaped TEACHER wants to buy 3 or 4
37th Place.NORTHEAST garden. bedroom country home with this James is the Co.case could a call very to well The take $750 for our eQui4617 SE lit PI. so Ownership"will

$400.00 DOWN and $80.00 per acreage or home In nice older solve your problems. By this ty. You assume $13,600 4518 & 4608 SE 2nd PI.
3 bedroom 2 bath home. many month will buy this three bed- section box of town. Send details to we mean trading in your present (Approx.) mortgage 3 BR. 1 bath $400 dn, $61
financed built-in features- $500 on down large lot.payment FHA room house with Florida Room. 42"G.inesville Sun. home. Hurry! We must sell oer mo. ii! be discussed in open forum I
Range and refrigerator included. 303 SE 38th St.
39 Out of Town now!
Property There are a number of ques-
DAN BYRDASSOCIATES 2 bedroom masonry home and 3.34 tions that we can answer concerning 5 304 & 314 SE 39th St.
ACRES OF LAND ONLY 2'/i trading. We feel that 3 BR. 1 bath $400 dn. $44 Wednesday, May 27
INC.Jack miles from the city limits. $1- HOUSE FOR sale In Keystone by talking with us you can per mo. 5
000 DOWNI Heights Fla. 3 BR., 2 baths 1 pick a suitable floor plan and so 3236 NW 29th An.e .
DeYot Realtor acre lot will sacrifice. Appraiseat exterior design that will suit Norwood 3 BR. 2 bath. $650 dn, $98 == 8:00 P.M.
AssociatesE. BLACK ACRES We have 2 lovely $18,000 will sell for $14.990. your needs from our many permo.
E. Holloway-Christine Stone 3 bedroom 2 bath masonry Call 376-1168 Gainesville after 5 plans that we keep on hand.A ==
Walter Stoddard homes In this very desirable area. p m. call to the .James Co. wiU Hope 3301 & 3311 ': First Federal
825 M.W. 13th Street 372-2511 CALL US FOR DETAILS! get all the facts about any
Call night or day 40 Business Properties type financing. any questionsyou "H" Inc. NW 30th Aye.en .
ACREAGE -We h a v e several might have without any I 4 BR. 2 bath $600 dn, $91 & Loan
FAMILY HOMES large and small tracts of land FURNISHED duplex for sale by obligations on your part. per mo. Savings Lobby .
available. CALL US NOW owner. Two bedrooms each. Excellent
II We Trade Homes
location. Large lot. Live in We have lots available In 3224 NW 30th Ave.
$24.500. Three bedroom. 2 bath. family one and rent other. Owner will most any section of town for or Property 3 BR 2 bath $550 dn. $86 .
room. paved street. Central John Merrill finance. 924 SW 7th Ave. you to choose from. permo.
Heat and Alr-Cond., fireplace. so- sponsored in the public interest by
paved patio. walk to Llttlewood- Realtor (URGENT. Due to family Jimmy Womeldurf and Gene -AlllllllnIlDIIIIIIIAIIU--! 1IIIMIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIAllIIIIIIIIIIIIRllllllIIIIIImIIIIII
Westwood schools. 3403 N.W. 7th illness.) Paramore have over 30 years so
Place. MULTIPLE LISTING Business for sale FLA. Burger 19 combined experience in the ALL OUR HOMES ARE FOR RENT The Gainesville
Phone 372-1494 cents. Fannin Springs. Fla. on construction of homes. By careful OPEN FOR YOU TO EN- 124 SE 7th St.
16600. Three bedroom. 2 bath. ASSOCIATESMARCELLA Highway 19, 27. 129. 98. Write toRt supervision by Jim and g JOY SEEING ANYTIME IF 3 BR. 1 Bath
Florida room. Central heat. Walkto PARDIW. I, Box 156 Trenton Fla. Gene It will enable you as the YOU WILL JUST CALL 1 Year Lease $95 per Mo.
Howard Bishop and Metcalf H. BUCKHANNAN homeowner to get more home 1123 S.E. 4th STREET 55 Board of Realtors
schools. 906 N.E. 20th Ave. 42 Forms & Acreage for your money and certainly FR 6-5301 or FR 6-7989 1llIIIIIIIIAIIIIIIIIIIIIRlIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1IIIIIIIII! ,
makes The James construction -

large lot with sprinkler system. -
Walk to Sidney Lanier school. estates. Choice of wooded or building primarily the
410 N.W. 19th Lane. permanent pasture. 7 miles west' Kingsberry home we feel we
of Gainesville. $600 per acre- have a great advantage and
be the first to make your choice! for HOUSE HUNTING?
$9.000. Reduced this week. F.H.A. great opportunity you as
Valuation 10750. :3 Br.. 1 bath. Call or see United Farm the purchaser to pick design .
Agency 372-2954. and floor plans that are creat.
fireplace and screened porch.
1033 N.W. 22nd Avenue.ALACHUA SPECIALSNew FARMS RURAL RANCHES PROPERTIES ACREAGE ed leading by some architects.If of .the country's CHECK THESE NORTHWEST WIN THIS HOME Houses"J

ROBERTS C. SMITH. REALTORU.S. you desire complete Infer HOMES TODAY:
mation call The James Co. and
Hwy. 441 Micanopy, Fla.
Listing Ph. 466-3120 we will be happy to come: to
3 bedrooms 2 baths extra large your home and spend any FHA & VA ,
2 ACRES 10 paved miles VP $ -'r-
family room. The kitchen comes' out. amount of time necessary to
equipped with range oven and Comfortable older 3 B.R. home explain The James Co. systemof
brick fireplace. Living room and with modem bath; 16 bearing pecan home ownership.We I II
trees; Whole price $4.000.00.I eKt.
family room offer wall to wall
carpeting. Central heating and Requires $3.000.00 cash.: OUCHI I I can secure FHA. VA and i
situated on paved street. FHA ARCH CAMPBELL. REALTORPh. several different types of con-:
qualified Buyer down payment $1.- 376-5707 ANYTIME ventional financing.Let Three bedroom. two bath colonial model.! All brick -

450. full price $21.750. FORDYCEACREAGE us mention a few of front corner lot, paved street all city services walkto

the Homes that are either under elementary and Junior High schools. Only $550

REALTYAssociates 4004 N.W. construction. or in; the down; only $94.53 per month complete. These homesare

13th PlaceCentral planning stage.1Bedroom. new and almost ready for occupancy.

Alrt T. Smlt"Broker air conditioning and central NEW LISTINGS 3 full tile baths
Mabel Gore Associate heating are offered in this Approximately 20 acres. <<.400. with over 2300 Sq. Ft. living
435 N. E. itt St. 376-2<<8 3 bedroom 2 bath residence. beautifully high and rolling. Just area. You must see this hometo $13,500Three
Beautiful off a paved road. Excellent for appreciate It. We will tradeon
large live oak: shade
truck farming. Wonderful this one.
J. W. tree. Drive by. then call us for soil. ,.
details on this reasonably priced t-fr..w- '_':'''';' N _
Small farm. 18 with beautiful 3Bedroom.AI bath with
KIRKPATRICKCHARM home. view. 5000.acres North of hardwood floors located on bedroom one bath model with double access ,.J ._. ;q;;: 1 ::M:: :;.r: .
Gainesville. well shaded lot. Small down- to master bath. Stunning exterior elevation. OOx

In a colonial manner on a Building LotThis Approximately 160 acres $110 an payment. FHA.Construction 100 foot lot. Lots of windows. Only $450 down FHA. I
lot In Black Acres. Brick lot Is In acre. 12 miles from Gainesville.This .
corner located prestigearea to start soon on Monthly payments only $81.00 J per month. ,
and frame dbl-hung windows with |lust off of N.W. 22nd Street property Is an excellent
5 V. A. 3-4-Bedrooms homesin
shutters fireplace. carpet. 3 bedroom on N.W. 7th Lane. $4.750 Is the buy and wont last long. N.E. Gainesville. Call now I and the TAPPAN appliances in it
2 baths two car ga price. and make all color selections.All $15,000 I
rage. $23.800.00 FORDYCEAssociates these will be brick veneer. :
SPECIAL In so many ways: Size-
Near We have 40 lots on 39th Ave. '
:3 bedrooms. 2 baths University Inc. 100'x276'. Pick a lot and house Three bedroom two bath Sherwood model. 1200 Come out and see this luxurious new home-The Chesterfield.
Area Bonus--Liniewood A playhouse Economy in this :3 and bedroom.comfort 2 can bath be home.yours 9M W. Univ. 376-1236 plan to suit you. square feet of modem living space. Only $100 down I' the Tappan Sweepstakes-first prize is $25,000 which

Terms Very flexible Full price S13.250. (400 down pay. ACREAGE Now under construction 3- VA or $450 FHA. Monthly payments of approximately
Price $14.400.00Mortgage ment to FHA Buyer. Why pay Bedroom, 2 baths with 1453 $91.00 per unit complete. deposit in a bank, for you to apply towards purchase of this
4Vi pet. rent?
Dial 372-3522 for complete i 1575 Acre working cattle ranch Sq. Ft. floor area, double car Hundreds of other
SPACE for your for full-size your grand buffet piano space space for eI..Ila. within 35 mL Gainesville appr. 1 port on shaded 100x276 lot. Will valuable prizes too. And nothing to buy.

your king-size bed.nd elbow Act NowVery mi. pavod road highway frontage. trade on this one. $12,250Our have to do is enter your name in the Tappan Sweepstakes
room for you and all the familytoo. well fenced $125.00 per acre with
choice large custom built nice 3 br. cent heat 8 A-C home visit our model home.TAPPAN ,
Superior construction and reasonably i home in beautiful wooded area. Included. Call Mary Moeller. i, best buy at a popular price. Three bedroomone
priced at $24.500.00. I West outside city limits at 133- bath home new and distinctively different at $400
LAKE ROSA frontage and a year I' 000. This wont be "on the marker 40 Acres. 10 ml Gainesville, off : down FHA. 100x100 lot with trees $74,00 a month I Built-in appliances as featured on
round. modern masonry. 3 bedroom for long. state Rd 24 $350 per acre
I total Newly clean and ready for a family.All .
house with 4 car garag I payments. THE TODAY
and large lot. Recently reducedto S.W. TVi acre Ranchettes. restricted. II city services, walk to elementary and Junior High -
$18.000. Ready for Immediate schools.All .
occupancy. Consider rentingfor of these homes located N.W. 39th i
a six month period.J. S.W. ore acre lots available I I are on
N.W. 13th and 14th Place and are readily acces-
Get full details
and the
95 acres. Colonial Home. 2 lakes I For More Information sible to downtown medical center VA Hospital and enter Tappan Sweepstakes
on property borders on another
wilhin. 25 mL Gainesville. Call nearby shopping center. model home on NE 31st Ave. inJIigh1and
*W>00. good terms Cad Mary
Moeller. TheJames WHY PAY RENT?

J-Story yard horn beautifully In landscaped.Melrose Large Co. Soles Office N.W. 39th Ter. in Palm View Court

2 Story home near Gainesville Approximately ;=e...
40 acres Suitable for Of Gainesville. Inc. the ewlm club community

ARNOLDREALTY guest or nursing home on Jake. Builder of Kingsberry Estates.BUTLER u.7..F

Multiple Listing Member 1019 W. University Ave. FR 4-4471

31 N. Main Phone FR 2-8404 121' W. Univ. Ave 372ISH MUST SELL new CCB, 2 BR horn 372-2527 by Kirkpatrick & Pierson
Member Multiple Listing Associates: Pete Sieg In Lacrosse with 3 acres. Price I NIGHTS & HOLIDAYS

ASSOCIATES Floye Matniasen: Irene BunnellA. Jim Jane Sheppard C.d..11, Charlie F. W. Hodge Mayo owner.reduced Steve$8500.Kesterson Good terms.at FR Call 4- 372-7401 Phone: FR 2-9545 daily: FR 6-9048 ;9htsFOUND Sales Office-NE 23rd Blvd. & 11th Terrace-Phone -

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& Tools 66 Misc .For Sal 71 TRUCKS FOR SALE
48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. 62 Machinery *
--ii! 85 Automobiles for Sal. 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE S6 SWAP CARS

1954 and 1957 Ford pickuPS. Ex.
CLASSIFICATION INDEX I CLEAN. quiet 3 BR. 1 bath home TWO A-4 Case combine with ROSE'S Lawn Mower Service. I ccllent cond. throughout. Will sell LOOKING FOR A GOOD SPORTS
near elem. school $100 per mo. motors. both for S500. Call or am 'back at old stand. 516 W. either one. FR 372-4904. 1944 door air 515 N.W. 36th Ave. Phone 2-8989. write Eugene Haufler. Rt. 3. University Ave. I buy. sell and Nova. This car is one month your search will be over. Call excellent condition with premium
avail. Box 217 B. Gainesville FR 6- trade. 1st class repairs. as ai.ways. 1956 INTERNATIONAL cab over old and Is being offered at S450 3767824.ELECTRONIC. tire for Jeep In like condition.
Ea 2 BR 3336. von A-1 condition, $300 cash. below lowest availabl Gainev Phone 2441 Cedar Key.
1* M.a.r1* ECtd June 1st. $50 per mo. 411 SE 17th Rt. 1, Box 4>A, Archer Fla. villa price.\ Call FR 4-WS4 day : TEST EQUIP. KITS.
$ .1 Tjjki l1W&te4.t. $uva St. Contact Clyde Dunn.RENTAL BULLDOZER Caterpillar 10. Very 17 Aluminum Men Ark Boat twin or 372-5032 evenings No time to build EICD SCOPE !
a .. ... $1700. Call Ala- live well practically SYi WILL Trade Oldsmobile ,
lAd a Tml lIuMaef7 1' Ii OOOd condition new. 80 Tractors fir Truck w-sw. SIG TRACER. RCA i tltio
chua 4421780 after 1.00 P.M. Johnson motor. run 3 hrs. Must Rentals excellent for
4 :: :=: atc1I or BRING out the best ki your car. VTVM. MlseL See at 2911 N.E. WI 1
Tr&eJ W.rstIo* .. G..4I Monday, see to appreciate. Bargain Call P.M.IfSl like condition. Phone
RENT Superior Auto painting ft body 11th Ter.. after
Sp..1aI R tk4s f$ A.U.eI 5 We have many attractive rentalsIn FR 4-5425, 1901 S.W. ttl Drive, a truck one-way anywnere 2441. Cedar
houses furn. & unfurn.Lake in the USA. from United Rent- work. Fast dependable service Key
1 FlerilU .. lJae. Tsp Sals 64 Household GoodsT Ails. 625 free pickup. delivery. WRIGHT'S FORD 4 dr. Custom. 6 cylinder -
NW gift
Ave. FR
&b7 IU1..... ou e.r. n Trsdlng ..,Ia Cottage call BRAND NEW 1964 4-2S35 BODY WORKS. 2031 NW 6th St. stick shift 24.000 orig. miles.
? .T G. Ad Wsntd ETbiiji FR 6-6015. 234-A FlavetIII. Automobiles Wcnter
laU :: : iID REALTOR 83 FR 49707.CONSUL Phone 87
T. 1.1 W..1i1S MARY MOELLER -A-G APPLIANCESTested MODERN HOMEFully Motorcycles & Scooters .
&ala Ibrla. E-p. 1019 W. University FR 6-4471 1961. all extras excellent
and Guaranteed LAMBRETTA LooKI '57 Rambler V-8 4-< AUTOMOTIVE 'f1 Cap.H.M.pii Ja'II = 3 BR 1 Bath CCB house about 7 42 Refrigerators from S3? up automatic zig zog 43 Mechanically excellenL condition. SiCO Phone 372-89C7. excellent body. bad crankshaft CAR WANTED. 19s5 Fords

Alrtlaa. k.-leatilg. nome. Zitp... S ml. from City limits of Gainesville Ranges from S3* up sewing machine. Set dial fused. No reasonable offer re See after 5 at 1417 N.W. 10th 135. Evenings 5:30 730. FR ( *. A Her S

n IbllDe B.... tsr aale 'n Mulell lIuc.u4J on Newberry Rd. Call 472- 17 Washer from SI* up for fancy stitches appli- ext. 2355.Call FR 24424 or Univ. Ave. 68806. ice tat 96 4 S.

,. 'rneQ f.. a&le 2003 or 4723233.UNFURNISHEO 8 Dryers from 849 up que but tonholes. etc. =- -J
,I rreki WsMsdU 2 Food-Freezers from Itt up 43 MG Midget. ke blue whitewalls
house for rent. 3
Tr&eISn a Truek aeat.lI bedroom 2 bath kitchen equipped up tonneau radio & heater
as Trails. a.&aIs large yard. 2110 N.E. 12th 10 TV Sets from S35 up Sewing Machine Service Co. good condition. Call 3722784.
U H.lere1el. .. c..Iers Ter. 372-6450. 815 W. Univ. Ave.
U AIIIe1I11e Repifri a. Water,..... 'l"rl1II 41* NW 8th Ave_Ph. 372-5303 FR 6-1075 SPECIAL auto painting $2995. Au- 43. FORD ranch wagon V-" Cruisamatic. -

A.Ie..llDeS IN Ia.. N D"ln F.. Sill HIGH SPRINGS REPOSSESSEDHELP tomotrv repairs and tuneup. radio heater power
II Swip C&n 36 c.n.... F.. liii 2 Bedroom furnished home for LOOK '57 Rambler V-8, 4-dr.<< Miller Sons. 731 N.W. 1st St. steering. new paint. SI 395. See at Yes! It's True!
11 ae" Elate Ezciaged rent. $60 per mo. Call or see excellent body. bad crankshaft. Phone 372-0080. Ryder Truck Rentals 2017 NE

EDUCATIONAL; : Rid Estat. W&at.dz S. E. SAPP. REALTOR S135. Evenings 5:30 7:30. FR AIR 27th Ave. Phone 372-8681.
out St Tiws SAVE 4-8804. CONDITIONING. Tune up
Pnpirt7 Newberry Fla. MY CREDITI've
is .eb..la .. JutncUea .. Special J2JO for performance MGA. 1951Top condition. like
Bislicis ...,.r .. been transferred out of town NOFLIM-FLAM
11 uIi. Due.,. .. alll..UII Iiss.. FRAME house. living and dining credit dept. responsible party USED AUTOMATIC Whitmauer test. All makes and models. new Interior. Call FR 2-3054 aft.iF -
It Wu&lulncU.. ., rooms, kitchen 2 bedrooms ft can take says zoom I mm elec camera- pro Hawes Powers Motor Co., Air 7:30 P.M.
Fara. a Acreage over pmts. on my turn.
bath. Near bus lines. lector combination. Conditioning
Large yard. S250
value Servicing
EMPLOYMENT : C&sred c. 'W:rty ReMus _Phone 6-5829. 8 consists appliance of nylon now In covered storage.sofa Group bed for 1021$85.W.Univ.Univ.City Ave.Photo Supply 204 2561.N. Main St., Phone FR J. NO GIMMICKS !

11 W.rt Wu.d Mali also matching chair. 2 end tables &, _
Wit WIe4 ..._ RENTALS 49 Rooms For Rent matching cocktail table with mar. NOT DIVORCEDI FAIRERBY
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Sales flslp ,. proof tops. Bedroom suite dresser have a brand new 1964 model 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE

11 B.lp-Male .r F.I. It e.uag.e Pit Rut s with tilting mirror on chest Zig Zag Automatic Sewing Ma- New 1964 1 GfrtC Pickups
LARGE clean cool ,
11 Miii Belp Wutcd U FurnIshed Apt,. room accessto full size bookcase bed, dinette set chine that does everything. We
DrsaUi .1 YafernIahed Aptl. SU shower &> refrigerator. Linens with foam padded chairs family would like someone to take up AUSTIN HEALY SPRITE. 1959

F...... Help Wasted n Huses fer a... Vera.Is ii &1185 maid or 2-1981.service 416 weekly.NE 2nd FR Ave.2- size Norge refrigerator with full payments of $5.75 per month. good condition. $635. Also CHEV FAR ,
H..... fir Rest VDler.. size freezer &, crisper shelves on Total price S54.50. 815 W. Univ. 1-dr. 4-cyhnders.
FARMS 6' LIVESTOCK 41 Rlis fsp Ret LARGE room for men. twin beds oor. deluxe range is also included. Ave. 374-1075. auto-trans, good condition $300. DOWN

2 1 Fe-I''. R5elpMeat 10 H.tel a.... rent single or double. Showers This group originally sold for $969. SOLID Call 3727032. 1964 $175
refrigerator. Call 2-1981, 416 N.E. Now only Maple spindle dbl. bed. CORVAIR '
n tee4 I Fertilizer I. MI,.. Restalsis with Monia. 43, equipped
nearly new mattress
1 &
U..k .. aeppDes .IA Wanted Is Rent 2nd Ave. dresser with mirror. $50. 2602 with radio heater. white side ,
U Ludscaplng Tsp a.11 52 Bezaders Waa... I NICE rooms for rent. 1607 N.W. $263 NE lim St. Ph. 374-1424. wall tires. 8.000 actual miles. FAIRLANEAS
Sf Pita a Sep,11... 13 OWes Deck Spaci 12th Road. Phone FR 2-4972 or Assume payments, small *oui- $56"
No money down take over pay 4 Modern. walnut finished ty. Will consider Month
It chairs older
at U"lIeck WuW Business P411. FR 6-6083. car for
ments S2.25 wit ak for furniture
I contour molded. Good for dining equity. Call owner at ***441' LOW AS
FINANCIAL SERVICE NICELY furnished room. Maid In storage at er desk use. Cost S14 .... sell Ixt._33. 8-5 weekdays.
service. Parking space.: Reasonable for $7. Also 30

SI 57 K.aey Business..Opp.rt.nltles Leu 21 23:: Special H... I.I.nl..,........ FR 67421LARGE rates. 210 E. Univ. Phone WAREHOUSE water dition. heater.372-3481.Electric good con- CHEVROLET.dan six cylinder 1955. standard Four door shift.sl I 1996 Including: License tag, state sales tax, life

II M.ne.. U RadIi a TY I.nluII I 3622 Beach Blvd.. FL 9-1541 First $27 takes. Phone FR ]I
K"7 Waited 2IAppU&ae.1.ra1t.ri bedroom private bath. facilities Open daily ,-. Sat. 9-6, Sun 12-4 Chrome dinette set and 4 chairs 6483. insurance and finance charges.
for light meals. 306 N.E. with turquoise
_ _ Jax. Fla. Delivery assured any cover. $35. 904 DODGE STATION WAGON '*!,
7th Ave.. FR 21708. N.E. 20th
... where. _
ifflIfllfflhill1llh1mil1l1HJuhiI8IRT1I8fflui1flhJll1i.. good condition. take up paymentsof

COOL quiet. study room, adjoining 30" elec. range 1 yr. old. like ss.c.U Per mo. Call -8iS3 or Tropical Pontiac
45 Furnished Apts. 47 Houses for Rent Furn. sleeping porch. kitchen privilegesto new. sacrifice Vfc price. Hotpolnt I 70 Boats-Marine Equip. 6-1510 SHAW

right people. Between Campusand waSher. very good condition. $40; DODGE. 57 Royal 4 dr., AT"
town. See 202 N.W. 12th Ter. 303 NW 36th Ter.
TWO BEDROOM DUPLEX 1917 AVAILABLE about June 1st. Furn. Call 6-5368 or 6-2100. ,25' Crlscraft cabin cruIser. hull PS. .Ir NW 36tn Avenue. $52 per month. 3 BR. 2 bath home. Ig. screened FREEZER. CHEST TYPE. Guar No. C-10-042. power with Cris- 6-0222 or 4-7447.
FR 2-4224. porch carport. fenced backyard AIR CONDITIONED. attractive. anteed. Can deliver, $57.50. craft KL-105 engine In first class FORD 1956 2 dr. V... Automatic 230 W. University 302 NW 8th Are. FR 2.2583
clean quiet room in new home.Kitchen
with shade trees. Good Refrigerator service In your condition. Price 2500. Boat docked transmission
I BR .pt. for rent. completely large radio good mechanIcal
privileges. 1803 NW 7th
furnished. $65 per mo. Lights & neighborhood. Close to high school St. 3728944 or 312.3102- home. No service charge on re at Old Clay Landing Suwan- condition. Call FR -22809. FR 2-0503
water' furnished. See at 301 NW 8. U of F. $150 per mo. Phone pairs. Wanted refrigerators and nee River near Camp Azalea
2nd St.LARGE 376-7768 for appt. NICE. cool downstairs corner freezers needing repair. FR 2-1330. test cruise by arrangement. Call FORD. 63. F-500 S-coupe. Air!
I room. close In. off street parkIng Archer 495-2121 during day or cond. B-seats. New tires Wholesale
furnished 1 BR apt.. quiet 3 B R. $75 per mo. & 5 rm. $30. antenna furnished. 531 S.E. 495-2402 at night. for ""5. Bill Anderson. FR
location. Water free. Garage. NW Go Archer Rd. to Tobacco Barn. 2nd Place. FR 22512. 66 Mite .For Sale. 6-0222.
Boat Trailers
section No pets Call 374-7MS. turn left over RR tracks go to Refinished.Sandblastedprimedpainted..
-_ 1st rd. turn left. go V* mile.W. ATTRACTIVE room with priv. entrance HILLMAN In convertible Ifja Minx, BRAMbNEW
Hunt. & kitchen privileges. Ideal Expert Work Realistic prices. good condition. $450 Call FR
46 Unfuritishad Apts. ALL CHANNEL T. V. antenna 29702.Mercury.
for students who need quiet placeto Call 372-3139
FOR RENT 2 BR house furnished. Double stack complete. NothIng -
20 SE 48th St. Call GR 5-5743 study 372 7883. else to buy. $15. Brants. 10 ft. aluminum fishing boat with Monterey 19Sf 4-doorse-
TWO bedroom duplex. kit. after 5:30 P.M. $35 per mo. Large corner room 513 N.W. 8th Avenue.DOWLING.S TV* h.p. motor and one man dan. Air conditioned. radio, heater -
chen equipped. $85 per month. and office room. cross ventilation cartop loader carrier. Call 372- white side walls. Exception-
Se* at 4166 NW 6th St. VERY nice clean 2 BR. furnished best part of city. 321 N.E. UPHOLSTERY 6172. ally clean. Reasonable. FR 21313.
house near Archer Rd. 5 minute 3rd St. Chairs. low as $8. No money 1224 E. Univ. Ave.
TWO bedroom apt. available Immediately drive to Health Center. $95 per down low as $5 per month. i Sm. row boat & all equipment including
; lower level of du mo. 372.2316. NICE corner room la private Free estimates pickup and delivery 'I' outboard motor 5 h.p. $70. MERCURY. 1955, Station wagon.
plex; stove and refrig.. situated home by day week or month; service. All work guaran- Cash. Can find me at home R.L. Radio, heater automatic trans 1964RAMBLER
about 3 blks. off campus. 1105 SMALL 2 bedroom block house near men only. 1017 N.E. 8th Ave. teed. Phone 376-77J6. I Burton, mil SE 2nd Ave. Tues.. mission. Good tires. Good condI-
NW 4th Ave. $80 per. mo. Phone Campus. Adults only. Call FR .6- Call FR 6-3108 Thurs.. Fri. & Sat. afternoon. _tion. 1 owner. 3722340.
FR 6539. HOOVER and KENMORE home
floor polishers excellent operating 14* boat trailer. Excellent condition MERCURY 1956. Black and White.
NICE apartment close in. priv.bath. 2 BR. llv. rm.. kit.-din. rm. comb.. 51-A Wonted To Rent condition til-SO ea. PLAT. $40. See at 1720 S.E. 45th Ter. V... A.T.. P.S.. P.B.. radio heat
shower and entrance, utils. nice neighborhood, couple or 1 FORM ROCKER. $1250. 3764640. race. FR 6- 631. er. Phone 3764063. Very good
and antenna furnished; also efficiency child. 2106 SE. 46th Ter. $75per condition.
apt. Ideal for working mo. 60609.I COTTAGE with beach at Cowpen BUYER'S CLOSE OUTS. Have new 72 Office -
merchandise Extra Equipment OLDS. 1956 4 dr. 9$. radio
girl. 531 SE 2nd Place. FR 2582.. Lake. Aug. 7.21. Call FR 4-8504 daily. Special heater
BEDROOM cottage Quiet. cool
Discount Prke Always wel white walls auto trans. Full pow
NEW 1 BR duplex' apt.. kitchen suburban area. Just off N.W. 34th Boarders Wanted come. DIXIE MILLS SUPER er. $295. Will trade. FR 6-4009.
quipped. $60 per month on a St. Couple only. no pets. Call FR 52 _DISCOUNTS. 19 S.W. 1st Avenue. GAINESVILLE'S largest volume of- .
year's lease. Ph. 376-8372 days 6-5555. flee supply dealer Chesnufs PLYMOUTH 1961 2-door sedan. V8
376-7327 evenings. ROOM and Board for girls. Private SIMMONS HIDE.A.BED. slip covered Office Equipment Co. Invites you AT heater. 4 new W-W tires.
2 BEDROOM furnished CCB house. bath. Washing Machine. Phone grey frezz upholstery liken to come In and shop or call for White with black Interior. $750 or
LARGE 2 BR ground floor apt. Rent $65 per month. Available FR 6-6083. _. $90. 2 pair gold drapes free delivery. Chesnufs Office $250 and take up payments.Mr. .
Stove refrig Venetian blinds June 16th to September 1st. 444 length 54", $8 pair. FR *-797I Equipment Co. 106 W. Univ. Edgar L. Wight. 4621173.
furnished. lOll SW 8trt Ave. S75 NW 28th Ave. FR 22304. after 5:00 P.M. Ave. In Downtown
54 Business Rentals Gainesville VALIANT 1963. clean. WW tires sedan at
per mo. Call 376-2641 or 6-2930 6-passenger
ask for Mr. Haynes. FOR RENT Furnished modern 3 41 LADIES cotton uniforms reg. automatic, V.200. Small equity or
Bedroom. CCB with TV. washer. AIR CONDITIONED $2.98 all colors (No white). closing 73 Musical Merchandise older car and assume payments.Call S never before price.
DESIRABLE well located 2 BR dryer. Etc. $100 Month. 372-7578. NEARLY new modem office or out $1.29. FR 2.3813 after 5:30 or FR

duplex apt with utility appliances ONE 3 BR. house, furnished, $60 location at 3733 West Univ. Ave. Boy's and girl's knit tennis shirts 6-3162 In afternoon and ask for iii ACT NOW !
furnished. Avail. June 12th. Rental $1.89. size 10 18, 49 PIANO good
per mo. Water included. Call 485- Ph. FR 6-2471 Weseman Realty. reg. through condition $100. Can Bob both pl.ers.VOLKSWAGEN _
$85 monthly. yearly basis. No 2362 Brooker. Fla. 1113 N. Main St. cents. FR 2487 after 6:00 P.M.
children. pets or students. 815 DIXIE MILLS SUPER DISCOUNT 1961 2 dr. deluxe
NW 13th St. Phone FR 65323 ON LAKE WAUBERG 10 mm. GARAGE space tor rent. 613 S.W. I 19 S.W. 1st Avenue ORGAN SALEOf extra clean. $1125. Will take trade.
or FR 66832.2BEDROOM from campus. Modem 3 BR. private 2nd St. Call John Merrill, Real- Christmas Left oven. All FR 6-4009.
beach boating, fishing tor. FR 21494. 30 GALLON. glass-lined gas water new organs. Savings up to 30
unfurnished apart swimming Avail. June 15 to Aug. business heater. In good condition. Call per cent. Earls Piano Co. .1963 Oldsmobile Jetfire hardtop -
ment. 32J-B N.E. 9th Street. 565MorIth. 1000 ft. warehouse space or 2-2903 after 5:00 P.M. week-
30. $130 mo. 466-3351 FR or 702 W. Univ. Ave. 3722222 oir conditioned
Water furnished. FR 6-5197 or 6-3261 In the 200 block S.W. 5th ends. Reasonable price. coupe.
after 2.GARAGE ext. 2003. St. $50 per mo. Call 6-2641 or WURLITZER 4 speed transmission. Car 1763

2 BR, 1 bath furn. cottage. 780 6-2930 Mr. Haynes or call 2-4060 SEWING MACHINE America's No. 1 piano and is parked on Univ. City
Apt. 1 bedroom. private Mr. MIzell. 1964 Automatic Zig Zag. Looks
NE 23rd: Blvd. $70 per mo. See organs are at Earl's Piano Co.Glinrsvlll. .
like new. hardwood floors stove J. W. Kirkpatrick Realtor 3728404 and sews like new. Makes .', evclush/e Wurhtzer Bank parking lot. See Mr.
.. ref. furn. Garage & storage offices or retail business. V, blk. fancy stitches with drop In Dealer 702 W. University Foster or Mr. Johnson at
space. 1817 N.W. 6th St. $65 Per Univ. cams button holes. sews on Ave. Phone 3722222. the bank.
from Ave. behind Colonial
month. Phone FR 20929 after 6. buttons blind hems, overcasts
48 Houses 6 Station
Rent Unfurn.
Plaza Call Passenger
3723695. raw edges darns & mends. PRACTICE PIANO
SALE 61 CORVAIR coupe at ...... m
SPACIOUS 2 bedroom duplex. kit. APPROX. 6,000 sq. ft. on ACL Only $5812 or 7 payments at Upright pianos some as Is. some 63 COMET .................. 11.395 Wagon at never
chen equipped, 4146 N.W. 10th St. rail Yard : at rear. M55 Call 3722051. factory rebuilt RENAULT .. .
siding. space priced from $25 61 ......... $495
No pets. $85 mo. Call FR 6-1897 FORDYCE RENTALS all on paved street. 536 SW 2nd 30" KENMORE gas range $65; 2 and up. Gridley Music Co.. 63 RENAULT ................. $795 before price.
NEW 1 BR. duplex apt. tor rent Call our agency to find the Ave. Call 376-7511. Mr. Strlngf dr. Philco refrig. $85; 10,500 BTU. Gainesville Shopping Center. FR 64 FIAT. 400 mI. ......... ... $995
at $75 per mo. 2 BR apt. at $35 Also apartments you wish. Many listed. lIow. 110 volt air conditioner dehu- 25353. 62 FORD Galaxie ..... ..... $1,495 Act Now
with, kitchen equipped. John Merrill furnished. midifier. $165; maple dinette table SALE! Phone 3723407 or FR 2-0245.
Realtor FR 2.1494. FORDYCEASSOCIATES. 56 Business Opportunities $25; other misc. items. Phone Prices reduced -
throughout the MUST SELL Pontiac Catalina 1963
INC.. 376-9909. store. New and used Pianos. Console factory air-conditioning power-
47 Houses for Rent Furn.IN EXCELLENT downtown Smcla i r
926 W. Univ. 376-1236 Service Station -open and doIng TRADE your costly to operate and portable stereos. Used steering power brakes R & H.
business will lease to responsible ELECTRIC water heater and organs. Special sale day Friday. $2,500. Call 25457.
UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom house. with t $48 for a new glasslined GAS May 29th. We will be open FrIday
LAKE GENEVA 2 bedroom. party adequa e
$70 month. Unfurnished 2 bed- Live
water music
heater. Much more hot from 6
capital. Sinclair Refining Co.
large Florida room. month or room house. $60 month. Furnished til???
p m. Bands.
water at about half the cost with guitars. singing $2038
Phone FR 6-0222 2-6512.
Mathewson Manor. C a II or
year. duplex apt., $90 month. FR OUR LP GAS. PROPANE. groups. Stop by. enloy the VOLKSWAGENMILLER
6-7466. 12 LANE BOWLING ALLEY On W. ARCHER ROAD. FR5110.. musk save money on your mu-

duplex at 2016 S.E. FOR RENT OR SALE 3 Bedroom. Univ. Ave. for lease- Opportunity sic needs. Gainesville Music CenJgrlO -
2nd Place. Corner 21st St. House 2 bath central heat. built-In for the right man to get In : PATIORAMA sliding doors complete _W.. Unlv Ave.Automotive.
6' x 6'8" heavy type ana-
,open. Call FR 6-4230. stove. Call 485-3811 after the bowling alley business with a &
3pm. Tax
small amount of capital. Call FR dized aluminum. Traverse rod DELIVERED AT RIDGWAY Tag.
VERY nice 2 bedroom. CCB. carport 3 BR. 1 Bath. complete kitchen, 6-2641 or FR 6-2930. Ask for Mr. and drapes. One 10' traverse rod their entire on special sale!
and front porch. Furnished near schools and shopping cen- Haynes. left draw. Phone 376-5085. Ridgwcy Motors has put

including automatic washer. Near ters. For Information; Manaro If have been thinking about a new car
77 Mobile Homes -
school and shopping center. $110 Restaurant. FR 2-4690. DISTRIBUTORSHIP to taverns, restaurants for Sale aV) you

month. 311 N.W. 20th Av*. Phone i stores for beautiful 10 RARE COINSPENNIES BROWN this is your chance to save big !!
3723039. LEASE or SALE. Prof. moving. cent to PS cent candy and drug FEDERAL .
1 ''
3 Br. 2 bath. Hardwood floors specialties earning high Immediate
lB R furnished house no pets. double garage Ig wooded lot. cash profit. Expanding manufacturer SILVER DOLLARS. Key Dates & 4820 NW 13th St. 441 South 1030 E. Univ. esuizeFR
$70 per mo. 3037 SW Archer Faculty neighbors. 3436 SW. will furnish complete ca Commons. Call Larry Levin at Gainesville 372-5113 2-3582 VACATION PLANNING TIME IS SELECT USED CAR TIME

Rd. FR 25633. 20th St. rear program with exclusive fac. FR 22405 between 10 A.M. andS Hours 8 to 8, Sunday 11 to 7

:: In, 2 bedroom furnished tory connection. Write: CHEX. p.m. Service Is a must with us.

CLOSE house. 403 S.E. 2nd St. Call 372. 1 Stove BR house 8. refrigerator at 1311 NE $115 14th Terr.per 2910 N. 16th St.. Phila. 32. Pa. DUE to divorce. I have a like new Value Rated '63 FORD Fairlane 4-dor sedan '60 RAMBLER Station Wagon,

1185. mo. Phone FR 6-2472 W..em.nRealty. IF you want a bargain in a good 1964 model *Zig Zag Automatic WYATTTrailer radio
c--BR furnished house. $100 per grocery store, all colored trade sewing machine that does every- Used Cars automatic transmission, overdrive, radio, heater extra

month NW 39th Ave. Phone 372- call me. You must have collateral thing. W* would like someone to heater . . . $1995 $995
2 BEDROOM unfurnished clean .
1506 tor IPpt.i house. & good credit. Ph. FR take up payments of $4.00 per SalesHome B&G MOTOR CO. . . .
stove refrigerator and heater.
6-7231 dsvs FR 2-0641 nights mo. Small balance. Ph. 372-2051.
BR 42J1 SW. 44th St. $95. 4431 NW 13th St. $70 month.
Call FR 2-3617 FR <-:>4l, 6-2930 Mr. Haynes. USED refrigerator gas range and ot Cadillac Oldsmobile '59 PLYMOUTH 9.passenger
McKINNEY GREEN. INC. 61 Wanted to Buy 55.000 BTU oil heater with faIL Pacemaker Mobile Homes 2001 NW 13th St. '63 RAMBLER Classic 4-dor au-
1110 NW 40th Ave. 3 BR. CCB automatic transmission
Realtors Heater almost new. Phone 37e77J1. Shasta and Airstream Station Wagon,
home. separate dining rm.. carport Travel Trailer tomatic transmission radio, air-

VERY: CLEAN 2 BR house owners front porch. Near Stephen WANTED: water cooler must be Ocala's First Mobile Home nice. radio, heater, power
have gone North until Nov. Foster. saD per mo. 376-5920. priced reasonable and In good BEAUTIFUL colorful mounted Dealer Since 1948 FOR THE CORRECT conditioning. Extra $2095
1st. Very good deal for right working condition. Call 3724441.ext. sailfish. 6' ". By Al Pfleguer. 1923 Silver Springs Blvd. steering . . . $795
MODERN. 3 BR IVi bath lir o MiamI. Fla. Only $15. The Tackle
2t1.5 weekdays.
family. Phone 376-2892. Phone 429-1351
with large screened .
Box. 14 90 Hawthorn Rd. '
SALE. TRADE. RENT. Furn. Un- porch. carport and utility room CASH. for your used furniture refrigerators Ocala Fla. 62 RAMBLER 4.dor air condi57 MERCEDES-BENZ 190 4-

turn.. 3 BR. Fla. Rm. Breakfast with washer-dryer connections: stoves. TVs. clothIng USED furniture. Single bed $10. SPECIAL THIS WEEK FR 2-1411 tioning power steering. power door radio heater an exceptional -
fine location. 725N at 601 N.W. 36th Ter.. $125 per etc. FR 23937. William's Upholstered chair $8. Recliner: ,

Km..E. 7th garage Terr. 372-8223. Baaum. mo. Call FR 2-1476 or FR 6-2735. Service Center. Hawthorne Road. chair S.W. 12th S5. St.KELVINATOR Phone. FR 9631.. 326 W large Wide lot. used$2895. mobile 1 Mile home S. of Courtesy Of brakes radio heater like new. 1 car :. . . $695

Paynes Prairie. For appointmentcall University ChevroletN. $2095
FR 40052.

If 57. In good condition. $25. Phone Maui St. at 16th Ave. '
SERVICESHome 374583 from ':00 AM. to 4:00 WE BUY I S 61 PONTIAC Bonneville wagon ONE WEEK SPECIAL
I USED MOBILE HOMES automatic transmission radio

FRIGIDAIRE size very good electric condition.range $55 full; Top dollar paid. phone 374-0571. DODGEDARTDODGE heater, power steering. power '

formica topped desk. $9. Call WE have Installed sewer system brakes extra nice, low price. 59 MERCURY 4.dor, automatic .

dally after 5 P.M. or weekends <. have made additional new large TRUCKS transmission radio i
And Business 374-230. spaces which are available now $1895 ,

CU. Ft. General Electric refrigerator at Shady Nook Trailer CI. 3101 POOLE-GABLE heater . . . $795

freezer top. excellent _SW 34th St. 374-7559. I l9SEFirstAve. 61 FORD Falcon I 2.d extra
condition. reasonable. Call 372- TWO bedroom nouse trailer. S90C or

Auto Gloss Pointing 4450. one bedroom house trailer 750. 372-4343 sharp, heater . . $945 .59 RAMBLER Station Wagon
Can be rented. Phone :V44234
automatic transmission radio
Monday to Friday to 5-
I AUTO CLASS is our only busi push button range excellent con-
ness. Immediate Installation, PAINTING and PAPER HANGING. Clit on. very reasonable. Call 372- FOR SALE newly redecorated 2 BR, '61 RAMBLER 4-dor, American, heater . . . $795
I free pickup & delivery. Add Free estimates. Phone 374-0724. 4450. trailer & cabana. $400. Owner GAINESVILLE

beauty & value to your clr.MAULDIN'S EXPERIENCED house painting at leaving state, must sell immediately. heater . . . $995RIDGWAY _ _ _ _
AUTO GLASS CO. lowest cost. Free estimates. Call last Archer Rd. Trailer Village
lawn New summer.
32J N W. 4th St. F R -255t mower. lot 16. J. Chaftec.
372-S082 excellent condition. Very reason 1007 N. Main St. MOTOR CO.
able. Call 3724456.CLOSE 33 x 10'. 1960 Shomrock. Phone FR 2.6313 .

BulldozingSMALL Plumbing OUT SALEOn $1500. Call FR 2-8598. Northcentral Florida

bulldoier leader dump SEWER INSTALLEDNEW wallpaper. tIC a Roll FOR SALE assume contract foi Largest 1132 S. MAIN ST. FR 2.8433
trucks. fill dirt lime rock. Top HARPER PAINT CO. 2 BR 10' x 50' trailer 3 mo.
Mil. Phone 3727844. & used fixtures. complete 372-4344 old. Call F R 6-5472 for appoInt: Independent Dealer
10 SW. 7th St.
plumbing service "BIG" JIM _
ClewiedPR ..._ t_ _
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BULLDOZERS & Dragline. Back HUGULEY. Gainesville Plumb NEW clothes for 11W fashion dolls ------- --- -
2495$ noe. wheel tractors. motor ing. FR 2-1519. Vk retail price. Many unusual de 1951 HICKS trailer. a x 4?. with
grader. Free estimates. W. G. signs. Must see to appreciate. 11 x :30 cabana. Air conditioned
(Buck) JoM5 ft. F R *- ?tt UpholsteryUPHOLSTER 1004 NE 5th Ave. FR 2-4512. 3 BR furnished. Phone 374-7317.

GE apt. size refrigerator. late NOW SHOWING
Concrete your furniture al model $50 or best offer. Call 1944 MOBILE HOMES
reasonable prices. Call Sally., 374-1121 after 5:00 P.M. 2 and 3 bedrooms. all FloorPlans.
CONCRETE finishing. walks. Experienced. FR 4-98M. tailored to meet
drives patios slabs and shuffleboard RCA PORTABLE record player 4. your budget..sD a little end I
etc.. expertly done. Esti- leather case. 45 speed. Good con- save a lot at
matfs Call 37?-3S 4 anytime RemodelingDO dition. $25. Call 374-1131. CONNOLLYMobile .

YOU NEED. Florid room. extra .. UPRIGHT piano excellent condition Home Sales. Inc.
Landscaping room more room roof work. $200; T.V. Set. $25; Radio- 2 Miles North on U. S. 441
or maybe a complete new home PDonograph. $10. 303 NW 36tn SI Phone 422-CI64
& LANDSCAPE SERVICE For a free estimate. & guaranteed or call 4-2355. Closed Sundays

Appliance Repair Crass.Sod-Garden MainNurserystock : work. phone Carl C, NEW and used chain sews. lawnmowers 1944 FLEETWOOD 57 X It, 3 BR
of all kinds.CREVASSE'S .
Waters. 3721049.CARPENTER down. Take over payments
Air Conditioning NURSERY edgers. tampers light $380
fit $70-SJ per me. James H.
WIsconsIn. Briggs
Landscape Co. desires work add"tlonl plant cable.
FR t-MU tor tree estimate. repairing. Phone FR: & Stratton new and WIld motors. -i Brown. Waldo. 441-1751. j
A-I HANDYMAN SHOP 2-4102. Rental sales and service. 23 year In MobIle Homes Business. III k :t SHARP ? 'r YOUR BEST BUY*

First lit air conditioning and Appliance Meyers Power Tools. ZM NE Deals & Service to satisfy '

repairs. W* sell guaranteed Mortgage BrokerFHA Sewing Machine Repairs I 14th Ave. Phone 374-3411. you. Special. attention given to f / f/ %
washers refrigerator etc. AIR CONDITIONER CoIc pot. 12.- i U of F students. Butts Mobil :

FR current and rates.conventional Terms lowest to 2Sye.rs. CALL-SEWING "MACHINE SER- 500 BTU. 250 votts. xceHent condition. i Homes. Inc.. across from Gainesville 63 PEUGOT 59 PLYMOUTH
40247.WE Will gladly discuss at no VICE CO. 815 W. UniversityAve. p: $150. Sec at Lot 63 PkwI -i Livestock Market. 441 North 63 COME
IT at city hmrts. 3744341.
FIX 374-1075. We repair al I hurst Trailer Part. i
obligation. Call tomorrow.J.
Any type appliance *ieCtCaIwork repairs W. KIRKPATRICK. Realtor Makes Work fulty QUlIrantH'd. THE best costs less. Dry domes Only 3 left at CLOSEOUT PRICES lei. Model 404 W/Sun roof Radio Radio Heater Power 9 Brake
er gasoline power passenger
31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 2-8494 SAVE to SI.5O'BANK SAVE
economically. for less with PhilgU from Full-

lone Immediately and Tires Alignment FINANCING Heater. Wagon With air.
Pick up and deflYl'!. FRED B. ARNOLD gas. Inc. 374-5302. NEW. ir wide mobKe homes

BUTLER & SONS REALTOR Brake Service 1 TWIN bed box springs & met Town & Country Trailer Sate $0 $1995 $595
SERVICE CENTER FHA AND CONVENTIONALLOANS re**. foam rubber tnattma. ML :JUGW. Archer Ret FR S-22ML
1538 NW 4Ht SI. 374-2S44 VACATION SPECIALON CaIl316031U.

1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3523 famous nationally known Ma IT'S FOOLISH (
I eland. Movable
hawk tire\ . Save up fc; GE portable Mires ,
MORTGAGE MONEYS : speakers. 4 speed. ExoMntcondition. to pay more. RECKLESS ta ,
Appraise Service per cent interest. Terms tots 50, on new tires. See our nee, Bought iw at X-mas. pay less. GET THE REAL

years.. wrap around retread A that glvr I. Orig. cost $100. sen toe$68.. FACTS. Payments as low.. door 1960 MERCURY door 1962 FALCON 2 door standard
mileage traction. Latlmer
more power
BUY BUILD REFINANCE 372-1472. or see at 4134 taf 11* $57.29 per month with $300 ..... ,961 CHEILI.4 Kd
TJre N Main Sf white
Co. 47) clean
FRED B. ARNOLD can i $8.YOU, LAKE GENEVA leering hete cti power steering power baks rotraiu a very

REALTOR Dan Byrd NEGLECTING Mobile Homes Sales beautiful dio heater clean . . . ... ... . $1195
MAY BE trnisi
PIFit M5H Tree Serrtea
t2S NV/13 St. .
YOUR HEARING. Our Free Examination RL 100 SE Keystone Hts Fia. $1295 -
GLADYS: Smith Realtor. FHA A-l TREE SERVICE wil five\ you III accurate FORD Galoxie 4 door powertoppowffsteerulgpOwerbrokes
ttlt W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 loans. Low Gainesville BELIEVE IT I960 OLDSMOBILE door hord1959 BUICK Electro 4 d hrd15
and conventional Pruning, demossing bracing" & c.- Report. VTsn bak beautiful
rates. Terms to JS vears 1228 Melng 8> tree removal. CavI t 1 I Hearing Aid Company today. 420 to radI hater best b I ton white, air per $1495

Auto W. UewV. Ave. 37J-S3W. work fc tree feeding. Lawn service -. N.. Mali St. Phase FR 66893.I OR NOT heater air conditioning .. ._ . . $995

EquipmentHYDRAULIC FOROYCE and Associates. Inc. and maintenance. License!I MEDIUM size Due therm kerosene Save S409. M 5 44 2 BR furnished rat $1495 1961 COMET 4 door standard
Conventional and F.H-A I earn.Cai' & Insured. Free estimates. T r a i P heater, wit. built In fan. $25. 201 only S3195. S350.aS down.S54.et -
Thames. 374-2940. Jack Hoov e r',. 4 door radio heater transmission radio heater
3761236Gr.ce FordyCe. gallon steel kerosene tank *n legs. per month. 1960 4 door standard 1962 COMET economy

JACKS, rebuilt & Realtor. Fordyc A Associates. 444-342 Gainesville. Fla $29. 3767370.ROUND Over 5e model t* choose from COME. Heater S95 $1295 with class ...... $1095
exchanged, Repair kits tot Inc. ftt West University Avenue Rio
OAK table wttt chairs: TRAILER MARTHWY.
Walker I Jacks. Factory authorised .
Walker Hydraulic Jack washstand. Empire style love LINCOLN MERCURY
Service,Agent. HULL'S BRAKE I WINDOWS cleaned floors deanei I seat wttti S chairs. Wicker: chaise 17 PHONE 32HOS8 CRANE -
PAINTING houses washed. 11 I SUNDAYS I TO 6
IERVICE *. SUPPLY 1314 and waxed lounge. ReupholsteredplC
__Main FR 2-\<197 1.1 Free s- yrs. experience. Free, eslimattiPftone ttionL Mahogany bedroom EASr PALATKA. FLORIDA
WANTED: Painting. FR 259S5.ADVXXTUK. suit with twit beds.: OThwkoia.- 516 S. MAIN ST. USED CAR LOT PHONE 376Z4Z5f
timates. No Job too smalL MId Mem.. Hearty No Furniture 'FOR SALE er rent; ma Grass
ADVERTISE IN THE Work guaranteed. Phone DI THXDI&ECTOAY She*. 114 N.W. ft* Avenue. FR I I Lake Mobile Hem Locate enI
UV1CS DOUCTOAY: FR 25630. IDna : '-4893. I private lot. Call 371-2401.


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