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 28, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000098505
oclc - 01446379
notis - AAL3952
lccn - sn 78002218
issn - 0163-4925
System ID: UF00079931:00133
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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JEAN CARVERSun ed attorney general's election rida Statutes appoint additional erence is made to a Florida

Staff Writer contest suit that cites enough deputy supervisors?" Jurisprudence citation about police

election irregularities in Alachua ANSWER "It appears to officers.)

Although the letter" is ad- County's May 5 vote that be the general rule in Florida "Assuming then that the improperly -

dressed "Dear Ted, its read- would make Kynes, not Earl. that 'a deputy may do any act appointed deputieswere

ers are now spread out all over Faircloth, the winner. that his principal could do, except de facto cfficers at least

the state. Faircloth asked last week to appoint a deputy.' (Ref- their acts should be valid as to

-. 4 .y On April 14, Attorney General that Kynes suit be dismissed erence is made to a Florida the third parties whom they

James Kynes sent State from Circuit Court in Tallahassee. case, McKinnon V. McCollum.) registered ...

Attorney Ted Duncan his an- He termed Kynes' actiona Accordingly it would appear "...It would appear then In

swers to four "sham." that question la should be an- answer to question Ib that the

questions about Faircloth claimed that Kynes' swered in the negative." registration of the innocent

: d voter registraSun April 14 opinion sent to Duncan "1. b. If the answer to the third party electors would be

ivQ4 tions that Dun- does not uphold claims of reg- above question is in the nega- valid even though there may

can requested Specialfor istration irregularities that the tive, what is the legal status of have been some question as to

M the grand defeated attorney general cites any person who has purportedly the authority by which the improperly -

jury investigaReport in his election suit. been registered by such un- authorized deputies

AN ti o n of the These are the four questionsand authorized deputy supervisor?" performed their duties, assum-
Gainesville elec answers that Kynes responded ANSWER "It would appear ing that is that the registrationwas

/ tion.subsequently. to on April 14: that perhaps the unauthorized conducted in good faith

t i i s'. : Kynes' letter to "1. a.May a deputy supervisor deputies referred to in Section without any intent to commit
s Duncan has gotten statewide of registration, appointed la above would fall in the cate- fraud."

b4 Agdj attention because of the defeat- pursuant to Section 98.271, Flo- gory of de facto officers. (Ref- (See KYNES, Page 9)

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To OrbitCAPE Top Level MeetingIt

i KENNEDY, Fla. (AP) Southeast

-An unmanned model of the NOT ENOUGH PLANES

Apollo moonship was rocketedinto ,

.; orbit by a Saturn 1 super- Asia To Be

booster today in the first of a NOT ENOUGH BOMBS. .

Shield your eyes, look up slowly and take a glimpse of some radioactive Cobalt60 long series of launchings aimedat

: source of the nation's most powerful pool-type food irradiator. The cobaltis manned lunar landings. ReviewedWASHINGTON
I power SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (AP) An Air Force major wrote
shielded by 10 feet of water which reduces radiation above the water. See story Although the rocket and his wife before his death in South Viet Nam that the Southeast

: below for more details. (Sun photo by Eddie Davis) spacecraft are only early ver- Asia forces suffered from "not enough housing, not enough (AP) Pres-

sions of the vehicles which will planes, not enough parts, not enough people not enough ident Johnson has ordered top
j'> LARGEST IN U. S.' carry astronauts to the moon bombs." U.S. military and diplomatic of-

II t the flight was an impressivestart Lucille Adams, widow of Maj. Hughie Adams, released on ficials to meet in Honolulu next

l I Installed UF for the $20-billion Apollo Tuesday portion of letters she said she received during the week to review the situation in
Irradiator the entire
a;. at program. four months before Adams' death Jan. 7. The White Southeast House Asia announced area.

The major called his B26 plane "The Widow Maker" Mrs.
1 II The huge Saturn 1, scoring its today that Secretary of State
told her Adams'Plane
Adams said. She said a lieutenant
1 4 A cylindrical-shaped hunk of making the University a major chusetts' Institute of Technology sixth straight test flight suc- fell apart in the air,young killing him and another 'flier.. Dean Rusk will preside at the

Cobalt-60 was dunked,under 10 nuclear research ceter. and the University of Wash' cess, rumbled skyward at 12:08 "You can't imagine how fouled up everything is," Adams session next Monday and Tues-

feet of water at the University Dr. G. D. Kuhn, one of the ington. p.m. under the tremendousforce wrote in one of the letters. "The people who said Diem was day.Henry
,4! of Florida yesterday as the food scientists who will super- Directing the research with of 1.5 million pounds of doing his best against the Communists are full of baloney. He Cabot Lodge, ambassador -
largest pool-type food irradiator vise the irradiator, said that this the irradiator will be the Agri.', j thrust generated by the world's to South Viet Nam, will fly
: all the we him for special troops to protecthim.
1 1 its kind.It cultural Stations' J known i rocket spent money gave from Saigon to Hawaii
in the United States is one of four units of Experiment greatest power ." to par-
was placed in operation. contains more than 30,000 Food Technology and Nutrition plant. ticipate in the conference. Oth-
Adams was due for retirement in another year and wasa
I and emits approximately Department under the guidanceof ers present will include Secre-
Installation of the 100,000 unit The upper stage burned for veteran of World War II and Korea. He flew 13,000 hours
hour to Dr. R. A. Dennison.The tary of Defense Robert S. Mc-
which will be used by theUF's 440,000 roentgens per eight minutes and drilled the during World War II, dropped paratroopers in Europe on D- ..
. of make it more powerfulthan Namara and Gen. Maxwell D.
. slightly irradiator is composed of ,
Agricultural Experiment
"boiler flight" Apollo model into Day, and flew troops to Africa and in China.
vf Station for research in food similar units at the Uni- a steel tank placed in a second orbit more than 100 miles above Taylor, chairman of the Joint
in versity of California Mas: steel tank rein- Chiefs of Staff.
U preservation, is a big step resting on a the earth at 17,400 m.p.h. The
The White House said there
forced concrete The
pad. tanks
B form a well for the Cobalt-60, second stage was steered for Romney Sends TroopsTo would be other officials from
the first time by a new guidance 1
Cremated the radioactive source of the Washington and from Southeast
Nehru which will be the
system same
irradiator. The well is filled with Asia at the talks, but did not
used to place Apollo astronautson Strike-torn Towndered
name them.
water providing a 10-foot water
the to the
path moon.
shield above the cobalt. This "The President has asked a

MournsBy shield reduces the radiation The National Aeronautics and HILLSDALE, Mich. (AP) to move troops in after a number of high U.S. officials to !
Fs India
| As above the water to an undetect- Space Administration an- Gov. George W. Romney, re- night of violence in which some meet in Honolulu on June 1 and

able quantity.The nounced that preliminary data sponding to a plea for help 300 rock throwing demonstrators 2 for discussions of the situationin

crowds with clubs when the gun whole facility is designedwith indicated the satellite weighing from the city's mayor today virtually stormed the Hills- Southeast Asia," the announcement
CONRAD FL declared "a state of public dale jail. The mob was protesting said. "The
bearing Nehru's body duo-safety and control features 37,300 pounds, would circle the purposeof
DELHI, India (AP) carriage the cremation site and operated by trained earth 37 times, about 55 hours emergency" in strike-torn Hills- arrest of three pickets. the meeting will be to review

Prime Minister JawaharlalNehru's approached funeral procession personnel. The main radiationSee before burning up from atmos- dale. The governor also orderedthe the situation in the entire area." 1

body was committed to after a the Thousands of ( COBALT, Page 2)) pheric friction. The National Guard was or- strike-plagued Essex Wire In response to a question, the
the flames of a funeral pyre today through city. Co. plant here shut down, ex- White House said President
in an ancient Hindu cere shuffling feet sent up a dust the Came Shielded cept for skeleton maintenancecrews Johnson had no plans to attend
obscured even
cloud that Heavily
watched by ,hundreds of for an indefinite period. the Honolulu conference.
mony the towering walls of the nearby .... .... .
thousands of mourners on ------ "<' -- Except for police officers and

1 banks of the sacred. 'Jumna Red Fort. s : fig troops, Romney said no one will
Prime Minister G. L. .. Laos Chief
River. Acting < i -G v x be permitted firearms in this '.
Police had to beat back Nanda, with tears in his eyes, city of 7,629 in southeastern
placed a floral wreath on the Lower Michigan.A j

body as it ,was lifted from the third part of the gover- WantsAmmunition Red --

Daughter: porch of the prime minister's I nor's order bars picketing,
flowerbedeckedgun --
residence to a demonstrations or public as

carriage, semblage" in Hillsdale but it i i

Possible The body had lain in,state on leaves government in the hands
the porch through the night as of local officials. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

? hundreds of thousands of sorrowing a z-: The governor said his order Asst Secretary of State Wil- I

j Successor Indians passed in mournful will remain in effect "as longas liam P. Bundy this morning

homage. So great was the people and property are in warned of the danger of a Com-

.Sun Wire SenIcesAmid. ,desire to see India's 74-year-old danger" and that guards at the munist takeover in Southeast

speculation about Nehru's leader a last time that the strike-bound plant will be dis. Asia at the same time the Laotian '

most crowd outside stampeded short- a armed. Premier was asking the
believed acting Prime ly before the procession started, A crowd of 300 persons had Soviet Union for ammunitionfor
observers two and injuringsix. massed the Hillsdale their Russian arms.
Gulfari Lai Nanda killing persons at County.
Minister Laotian Premier Souvanna
would be replaced for soon Nehru after To the beat of muffled drums, The crowd was angered by Phouma made his request in

official mourning an honor guard of Indian soldiers the arrest of three persons one a letter to Soviet Ambassador
ends June 8. Sergei Affanassiev as
and sailors accompanied our of them a striker's wife. The Bundy
63, the Home Minis- flew in from Washington for
Nanda, Nehru's bier as six horses slow- demonstrators stoned the jail in
ter, was sworn in as Nehrusinterim drew it along the six-mile London talks on the Asian cri-
be- ly protest and police began waving
successor- route to the Hindu funeral pyreat ; their nightsticks to restore sis.Also .
cause of his Cabinet seniority. the Rajghat, the Pyre of ..,. order. this morning the British
f The rest of the Cabinet agreedto Kings, on the banks. the holy government rejected Sov let
stay in office as a caretaker Jumna River.Although Judy Garland charges that U. S. reconnais-
government. sance flights over Laos violated
Nehru was an agnostic -
Leftists Jed by Former Defense the ritual.of Hinduism-the Rushed ToHospital Laotian neutrality.
Souvanna said his
V. K. Krishna govern-
of Indiawasto
majority religion
.expected to back ment "would like very much to
Menon. arti be followed strictly.
Nehru's daughter Mrs. Gandhi, Premiers and foreign ministers 4 s 'k r NEW YORK (AP) American receive sufficient quantities of
to ammunition to be able to face
who has a sympathetic diplomats and military Broadcasting Co. corre- "
the situation.
the deposed defense minister chiefs headed for New Delhi spondent Stanley Rich reportedin
Souvanna also asked the Soviet
and was her father's confidante. within hours after they receivedthe a broadcast from Hong Kong .
to Russian
government repair -
Rightists are' already tryingto word that Nehru had died today that singer Judy Garland gift whichare
transport planes
bring back.lormer Finance Wednesday ,of a heart attack. had been rushed to a Hong

Minister Morarji Desai. who British Prime Minister Sir Kong hospital unconscious and now(See inoperative.LAOS. Page The 2) pre- -

along with another strong rightist Alec Douglas-Home and Admiral in a critical condition.

S. K. Patti was squeezedout of the Fleet Earl Mountbat- Rich said oxygen was administered -

in a cabinet reshuffle last ten representing Queen Elizabeth to Miss Garland and

October.A II, were among the firstto that doctors worked over her for WHERE :

logical,choice according to arrive,at New Delhi. J. two hours after her arrival at TOFINDIT

observers, would.be La Baha Other early arrivals were Soviet the hospital.
dur Shastri a centrist ,who had First Deputy Premier Alex. She was reported out of dan-
Comics . . 22O
virtually .enemies and whom ei Kosygin and Mrs. Sinmavo f ger afterward but still on thecritical -
Classified ;
Rich said.
minister of
could com Bandaranaike, prime
both left and right
... ..... Rich reported, however, that Entertainment 23
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C promise. Ceylon.U.S shield and costing $35,000, Miss Garland is said to be terrified Obituaries . 2
Finance Minister T. T. Krish- : Secretary of State Dean The piece of cobalt, encased in its heavy protective .
Opinion .
Page 6
namachari is a 'second rank Rusk representing President found its home in a pool of water yesterday at the University of Florida's new of storms and that she Sports . 15-21
i to food irradiator after from its manufacturer .in New Jersey. The unitwt' was stricken in her hotel room
contestant but his vote will carry Johnson was scheduled arrive $100,000 a trip Women's . 12.13 "
weight.in ,election of .a future several hears after the tl-be ,used by the Agricultural Experiment Station in research,work in the preservation as a,typhoon raged outside with

leader. start of the funeral procession. of food through irradiation. J 90 m.piu wind.

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Hrro bark tfftmra A 1 S. GRADUATION rv.

.. From Page 1 WASHINGTON The United I II ;. -.
States said yesterday it had I
:miff asked the Russians to re- Treaty Organization in "its.dangerous sent several light military air

7 :pair the planes about a yearego plans for Laos." craft to the Laotian governmen ZONES, S. 17-JEWEL ELGINSYour

but got no answer. I The Soviet Union urged Britain for use against procommunisforces A Clear to party cloudy today .
Bundy, assistant secretary for to endorse the note for distribution in recent fighting.The tonight temperature.and Friday.High Not today much 86 changein to ,'.
:Far Eastern affairs, told news to the United States State Department said, Low tonight 64 to 74. 4
men the threat of a Communist and other participants in the 14- the planes, two-seater, propeller BCD Fair today witha ?', ; 'm
I high of 88 to 94. Scattered
takeover "is a matter we all driven T-28 aircraft which F 9 95Choice
nation conference of
showers beginning =
possibly 1
:have been watching with great be fitted with machine $29 I
1962 which guaranteed Laotian can guns late tonight Low tonight S .......
concern. and bombs, were shippeto I
neutrality. Russia and Britainare carry 65 to 70. Variable winds .,,\
Asked how stability and neu- cochairmen. Laos in response to a request mostly southwesterly 5 to 15 1.. plus hx' /
:trality for Laos could have from neutralist Premier a
be "They can never expected miles per hour, increasingto 1
achieved without force, he re- us to agree" to distribute the :Souvanna Phouma. 10 to 20 miles per hour
.plied, "That is a very difficult note, ,the Foreign Office said. I The request from Souvannawas Friday. > I IE
:question to answer and it Is one British officials consider the made after the procom F G A few widely scattered
'of the things we must talk flights justified because the 'munist Pathet Lao began their showers little more today numerous and tonight Friday.becoming High n 't
about." Communist Pathet Lao forces attacks against neutralist forcesin today 88 to 92. Low tonight 65 to 70. S ,
Variable winds S to 15 miles per hour.
: Bundy was meeting with For- refused to allow inspection of north-central- Laos May 16. H I Scattered showers through ; Y
I Friday. High today 85 to 90. Low tonight ,
:fign Secretary Richard A. Butler their military strongpoints by I Western 65 to 70. Variable winds 5 tc AINESVILLE WEATHERMunicipal
o for the first of several days the International Control Com! 15 J miles K -per Scattered hour. showers throug' .:
of talks on Laos, Cambodia and mission established by the Geneva -: Friday. High today In the low an airport readings I -- :
middle I
'Viet Nam. I agreement. Variable winds: mostly east Land south: :or past 24 hours: High, 93 F
east 5 to 15 miles per hour. at 4 p.m.; low, 68 at 6 a.m. i I \
j The British Foreign Office, in (AP- Sunset ALMANAC.. ........... I-
I 7:23 p.m. L
a sharp rebuke of the Russians, Bryant WillingTo The late President John F. Kennedy Sunrise tomorrow .......... 5:30 a.m. TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE
Dismissed the Soviet note The Moon rises ............ 9:33 p.m. H L Prep
on as a New Englander and I tonight and rides
I ...low.. .......... Jacksonville
Last 9
the U.S. flights as "purely progandistic" former in love Quarter June 3 3 71 '
Navy man was :
i Back Burns The planet Venus, now begins to MiamiTampa 83 70 .22 :
and said it "totally with the sea and ships. move rapidly nearer the Sun. Tonight 92 73
Venus shines brightly in the west; next Atlanta 89 68
misrepresents the true positionin TALLAHASSEE APGov.. Under his administration the month at this time It win be seen New Orleans 91 69
Laos." low In the east lust before sunrise.Boston 79 52
Farris Bryant said today he paintings in White House lobby,. CEDAR KEY TIDES New York 82 S3 :
The Soviet note said the Unit- would take part in the state included one depicting a naval Friday High at 3:58 a.m. and 2:27 WashingtonChicago 90 59 ,,, I
pm. Low at
I. 8:45 a.m. and 9:54 p.m. 74 52 ;
s ed States was "embarking on Democratic campaign for gov- battle in the War of 1812. MARINE FORECAST Kansas City 68 52
(his dangerous road of an open :ernor if the party feels he can In its place today hangs a 15 EAST knot GULF winds: this Mostly afternoon southwest and toFt.to Denver. Worth 88 66 43U .M
s Tiolation of the Geneva agreements" be useful. picture more in the western night, becoming 12 to 18 knots FrlLos Angeles 66 53
day. Scattered showers Friday. Seattle' 75 51
and "assumes grave Bryant told a news conference mode of President Johnson a -
responsibility for all consequences .the Republican candidate, Rep. painting by Frederic Reming a. Man's automatic Elgin.in rich gold tone
following from this." Comrade More About case is shock and water resistant...17-
Charles Holley of Pinellas County ton, entitled "Aiding a
x' The Russians also accused stood a 100-to-one chance of ," and showing two frontiersmen jewel movementb.
the United States of trying to winning the state's top execu- helping a wounded pal Elegant lady's Elgin features case of
rich 14K gold.. 17-jewels, fashionable
involve the Southeast Asia tive post. while pursued by Indians. Cobalt expansion band. wy, t'of

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c. Textured finish enhances dainty case of .w '
f From lady's 17-jewel Elgin. Gold tone dress ,

;>AI>,; ,.,. : hazard would be the loss of the posed for introduction Page Ii bracelet. Man's band.d. 17.jewel. self-winding Elgin has I
to. the

I-I'I;: W' ID. ti-"""O'W"",$.f [; ::,.,. "i (00" >'i.Dw, t;a T Hh S: plies normal water. Kuhn become shield automatic explained over inadequate the water that Cobalt60.Dr. should, sup-pre-.I approved.public.wheat, and So The far wheat, list radiated products of approved bacon are,I I f! CONVENIENT stainless resistant steel back.CREDIT.. shock I>MJ Xmlt and water.trtrt 1i 17

foods is expected to reach \ -
danger signals would be uto- more! .
maticlly set off lerting than a dozen within the next' lefoa COM and crystal an iutaef '
I rdition salty personnel. In cmpus the two jears.The 'j

11 1 MEMORIAL DAY extremely remote chance that food irradiator was ,4
this did occur, emergency plans manufactured by the Process- d.
would go immediately into ef- ing Equipment Company of

\ fect preventing any danger to Lodi, New Jersey, on contractto
the citizens of Gainesville. Brookhaven National Laboratories. 12 E. UNIVERSITY AVENUE e OPEN FRIDAYS 'TIL 9 P.M.

The irradiator contains three Covering the cost of the

c; VALUES food irradiation compartments.Each irradiator was the Division of
compartment will hold approximately Isotope Development, Atomic Sun Want AdsGet Results I
i 40 pounds of food. Energy Commission. i
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.- : ; These compartments are lowered .
; 7.0' :: ; to the Cobalt source by auto- r'. .. :- << << .; .. i : fi it(: << .' .. l<< ii' :.' .:. li&. ..I!" ti 4 .i '4i'';; -
1. matic controls preventing any
I A danger of exposure to the oper

j y?4Y'r < ators.The first phase of research at GOING OUT

\ the University of Florida will
be designed to study the application -
pasteurization levels of
radiation to fresh-market foods
for the purpose of extending the

shelf life without reducing the for BUSINESS SALE
acceptability of the product.
cessful in their venture, house-
wives will soon be serving foodsof
higher quality which willre-, //COSTS Muck LESS at BOY'S
tain their quality over longer 2 for
periods of time. I C
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t'i Dr. Kuhn preserves explains food that by irradiation con-- SHIRTS $]00v

trolling the activity of insects,
bacteria, yeast and mold which

I 1 cause spoilage and loss of food. LADIESBLOUSES
l The degree of preservation depends -
I upon the amount of ex
Y c' '
: ti d I I I
I; ; F ,?3 j r t\\ Successful radiation pasteurization

1,i :T :R ;- A -- :-- \\j O A 'S > "J.l crab and treatment certain other of shrimp seafood, : or
55 S '4 : -
.;O< has been obtained. Dr. Kuhn ?
states that the technology of Sp % SHORT
irradiating some products is SH* SHORTSG i
nearly adequate to allow com ?for '1"
11 OUTDOOR mercial radiation processing.For .
I housewives worried about
danger of eating irradiated food, H
Just what every "outdoor Dr. Kuhn said that radiation ex-
f room"needs-fold- can be compared to light 5c
7- ing chaise and chair in 9 7 posure
9' lightweight aluminum. rays. As soon as the x-ray ma- ,

Webbed,,_in 'attractivegreen : chine is turned off, the rays
and white plastic vanish. The same principle relates -
pov-o RUNS
i :i CHAIF. that'wipes .or "hoses" CHAISt: to the irradiator. The foodis \
clean. 5-position chaise dangerous only during expo- SHORTS
doubles as bed. Off season -

f pactly'Incxpcnuvc.POLY:,. folds-away .com sure.studies Thorough by government and exhaustive agen- S A L EG

... III cies completely show radiated harmless.food to be I S1' LI3lL

Nevertheless, the Federal Department
of Health, Education' ladies
and Welfare studies the toxicity | 'V x Ch.rd' Ladies ; SUMMER ybS

250 WHITE NAPKINS of each' radiated food pro-, SN, Thongs SHOES Sun Hots. ." Sandalr U Ur

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Services for .: .
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napkins for indoon: will be Friday at 2 p.m. a'
f outdoors. the Williams-Thomas Chapel. MORE..BIG MONEY-SAVING
Rev. Joe Hough and Rev VALUES FOR YOU if-

100 PAPER PLATE 1S N. B. Langford will official '

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Worth its weight in "cold" or heat. r 9Sc VALUE
Employes of Independent JJf for SO
9x9 H* polystyrene for buns, 57'
green Insurance Co. will be pall
rolls, ice cubes and other outdoor : bearers. DRAPES $1.00

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** At Standstill SfoiB \}ark {!;tmrfl disclose bow he would have 'J.

\ Override Prayer Ban 'I WASHINGTON (AP) The'Senate's posed WASHINGTON constitutional- A amendment pro- voted member but said another he} thought committee the r ;. -' !. I'.

civil rights battle was also favored the
!' to meet future crises Mississippian .. .-.. i
w at virtual standstill today "
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which 'tempts to amend the constitution a President or a vacancyin The source alt! said he
environment from an acknowledgement -
1 WASHINGTON Florida 24 joint session to hear I the resolution to
governor of prayer to' Celler said "Only the office of Vke-presi- expected
: Farris Bryant, appearing God is artifically restricted?" were successful. The Becker Eamon de Valera scattered of Ireland for' d-nt was approved yesterdayby pass the full Judiciary Com Take up the 34 months to'It ply
I amendment will fail. The hear-I before members the Senate Judiciary Sub- mittee by a substantial vote. our low discount price
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Despite Bryant's support, ings have caused the public to a long Memorial Day committee on Constitutional However, the project of action South.Main St. at South
) committee gave support.committee hearings were mark- have second thoughts. They do It was quiet on the civil rights' Amendments. by the Senate this yearis 13th St.
to amendment which would
an ed by more opposition to such not now wish to tinker with the front Wednesday, too. Although Chairman James 0. East- clouded by the legislative .,

override school the Supreme ban.Court'sjmblic an amendment than support, Bill of Rights." the Senate met for five hours land, .)- Iiss., said he expec- pileup caused by the civil f, .. ", '. ..-
; prayer 'with clergymen and law professors and 15 minutes, only about one ted the full committee to take rights filibuster and by pres-

Bryant contended that compulsory in the forefront of opposi Visit' hour was devoted to the House- up the measure "in the very sures for early adjournment -
: attendance at public tion. Queen to passed civil rights bill. near future." because of the election. More- -/ '

prayers from class rooms formd Leaders have dropped any The resolution cleared the over, no companion legislationhas <
) a combination unfair to pu- In fact, Rep. Emanuel Celler, BONN, Germany (AP-Queen) idea of trying to wear down the subcommittee, headed by been scheduled by the
ils. committee chairman, predicted Elizabeth II will visit West Ger- Dixie opponents at this point. Sen. Brich Bayh, D-Ind., with House of Representatives.A .
without reservation the defeatof many in May 1965 a spokesmanfor Instead they are concentratingon the affirmative vote of five constitutional amendment
"By what .right," he, asked, the Becker Amendment, the President Heinrich Luebke trying to enlist"the two-thirds of its six members -, two requires a two-thirds vote of
**can they (the pupils) be .required only one of 147 pending'schoolprayer .
said Wednesday. majority needed to apply the Democrats and three Repub- each chamber of Congress and
by the federal govern- resolutions to receive Senate's anti-filibuster cloture licans. Eastland, who is alsoa must be ratified within seven --oW; .
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II 1&;- Peace Sought in Deadly Mock War I CLOSE OUT ON ALL

j: BLYTHE, Calif. (AP) This; May 16, but only one of them I It all began because Calonia where in the world, have been!
, r:,- could be the day of decision for was caused by a weapon andon I the California side of the split into two forces play-acting I Pee-Gee. PAINTSAT
100,000 fighting men spread I that was an apparent suicide,, Colorado and its mythical like two nations in mortal strug-
= across 13 million acres in a: officers of the maneuver said.. neighbor Nezona, on the Ari-
t ;:: make-believe, but not bloodless, Latest reported casualty.cameat zona side, were feuding over gle.
-::- war over the Colorado River. noon Wednesday when the rights to the river's precious Under the Calonian banner DEALER COSTiv4It
Peace feelers have been putII pilot of an Air Force FIDO jel t t water. i ii were the 1st Armored Division!
.:.: out by both mythical nations in fighter was killed in a crash i On the night of May 15, Cal-..of Fort Hood :
_. Tex., the 101st
II Operation Desert Strike. near Vidal Junction, Calif. onia stopped arguing and sent Paint-Up Clean-Up
Airborne Division of Fort Camp \ Fix-Up
, =: And reports arf growing that Officials said 1st Lt. Peter H. troops by helicopter to occupy bell, Ky., and the 2nd Brigade
directors 24, of Vancouver Parker and Davis dams in
r of the operation wantto Trotogott a of the 40th Armored Division of
= avoid any conflict with civilian Wash., was flying a simulated demilitarized zone supervisedby the California National Guard. :11tSPECIALS
-:.. highway traffic over the strafing mission near Parker a mythical international
a. :. Memorial Day weekend. Dam when the crash occurred. body, the Organization of West- Under Nezona's banner were! -
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-bring an end to the year's larges an aviation accident since The following day Nezona de- of Fort Carson, Colo., the ;- --
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JOHN R. HABR1SOV. President tnjFBbllsheri Sfrui ftnrk eimrs ing he appeared on a plat eral Eisenhower's statementis tending. That is the trouble J

| ED FAT JOHXSOX.COWLES.Tics Vice President Prestent -: SOUTHBy I By JAMES RESTONLOS form with a toy arrow stuckin most timely and most wel- with you humans. You always

Florida's Beautiful) and EitemtlT EdlUri W. G. (BiD his back. This was both the come ." Now, obviously, meet hypocrisy with hypo
EBERSOLE. Vice Prelde mad Adertuinj ANGELES-In despair most amusing and them he didn't really endorse it at crisy.
Directors BOB TARTAG'University we pulled our electronic truth t accurate commentaryof all
City because
General Eisenhower
: RALPH SIcGILL Question: Aren't all the others -
LIOSE. VIce President and Clrtoli- I the
detector campaign. But what he
tAos Manager. Pulitzer Prb Winning PaltUsher uniquack, out onto a was saying a lot of doing the same?
Of the Atlanta. (Ga.) ConstltBtimiThe porch here this said -
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sunny morningand exactly opposite. things Goldwater didn't agree Uniquack Of course. They
THE SUN'S POLICY put some questions to it Question: You are very cynical with. Therefore Goldwater did- are all pretending. The attractive .

1. Report the news fully and Impartially in the news columns. Silly about nia the mystifying Califor- machine, but go on. n't think the statement was"excellent" thing about Goldwateris

2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in--editorials. primary election.. Uniquack: He said: "I or "timely" or that he pretends less than
3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. Question:' Please explain endorse General Eisenhower's "welcome. He thought it was most of the Others, but he is \

The Sun's All Season what's going on here, ma- an arrow in his back whichit honest about the most dread-
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What of November? lull had com in the silly must merely turn around all Viet Nam, or even risk war

season. College panty raids statements by politicians to with Communist China. His

Robert King High has felt the lishment Porkchopper Democrats had ceased. Other evidences mean the opposite of what honesty is terrifying, whereasthe

lash of the Establishment, and he may be doing the Party irretrievable of the ability of the vernal they say.Question. .!._ \\ ; hypocrisy of the others is
equinox to bestir youths to
is unlikely to be the same man again. harm by whooping it up over defeatof erratic and irrational decisions : Please illustrate. pcu1lc.Ll comparatively innocent.

the "liberals." They may, in fact, and antics were few. Uniquack: General Eisen- MO-fllER P \\ Question that hypocrisy: Are you is suggesting better-

The cocky little :Mayor of :Miami,' be whooping their man Haydon Burns And then came Congressmen hower has said repeatedly that I : than honesty?

with fresh new ideas, tasted the gall right out of office. Martin, of Nebraska, he would not.participate in & l--'i t Uniquack In some cases
and Snyder of stop-Goldwater movement. H c E I I -'- ,
Kentucky. It
of defeat Tuesday in his race for 1 yes. Nixon is pretending when
was spring. And some little has also said that he woul : .k' \ he indicates
the governorship. He was defeatedby that he doesn'twant
\Ve cite Farris Bryant as a case bird had told these two states- not pick one candidate ove. .
a coalition of rural Porkchoppers in point. Eight years ago, Bryant men that deep in the piney another, and that, above al! he agrees stop with Goldwater-as him which ie if

and vested interests, loosely suffered humiliating defeat as a woods of Alabama Mrs. Lyn- he would not do anything tha doesn't. He merely, wants

termed the Establishment which gubernatorial candidate at the hands don Johnson had three poor might divide the party. Right I I Sd..4ki Goldwater's] delegates if Gold-

has ruled Florida for decades. of the Establishment. Four tenants on her mother's old Question: Right. But he ha. ; water can't make it Rocke-
years home
place, an area northof
now issued a statement defining feller and
later, recast, as. an acceptable con- Montgomery. Once the cot- the kind,of candidate like Eisenhower -
Will Robert King High, have a :\ and Lodge's managers -
servative, he won the Democratic ton bloomed and blew on the he wants and this fits every are also
chance to present a fresh. programto nomination. rolling acreas where, before possible candidate but Gold- t' pretending when
the people of Florida two the Creek Indians had roamed \\ they say they are not trying
years and their water. Isn't this anti-Gold- \ ./ / to stop Goldwater while they
hence? maidens had mated water? And does'n't it divide are. But Goldwater who also
Then in November of 1960 he faced with Scottish traders until
the party? pretends about Ike's state-
'* ""* "*""" ,Republican ,George C. Peterson. Conservative most of the chiefs were named
Certainly but ment and
Not hardly.: Uniquack: many other things,
confronted conservative. McGillivray, McIntosh, Mac- you must understand the sys is dead honest about risking

,. Bryant won, but Republican Peterson Lachlan or some variation of tem. You must keep' your war in Cuba and China, and
Unless Mayor High has more got a whopping 40.2 cent of Scottish names. mind on what politicians do that is more serious matter.
fortitude than most, he will not be per The Indians were moved and not on what they say. Question: Could Goldwater
the same man in 1966. He will be vote. west. And by and by Mr. Question: please go on. be right about Cuba and

bruised by 1964's unhappy experi- Boll Weevil came a-knock- Uniquack: Well, what Senator '- 1 China Viet Nam and Social
It was the largest Florida GOP ing at the door of King Cot- Goldwater did was, very Security and the U. N., the
ence, reached by powerful lobbies, ton. "Just "
looking for a home, Bible!
The next "Quick, the Negro and states
, vote since 1872 in the. interesting. morn rights?
compromised by special interests. In Reconstruction Just looking for a home..." Uniquack: That is the

short, he is likely to conform to period, when Republican OssianB. Upland cotton went with the question: not whether he main is
Hart was elected with 52.4 winds of change and the coming -
: more
the Establishment. per VIEWPOINT pleasant or more honest
of machines. THE
cent. but
whether he is right. And
Most of the old upland-
Florida has a history of treating acres, devoted to cotton since that I suspect is why Eisen

its fresh young men thusly. Fuller Comes next November. Conservative the first plow was put into hower and Lodge, Rockefellerand

I. Warren was whipped into line by Porkchopper Haydon Burns will ed the soil into, eventually was turn- Barry Fits Ike's Form hypocrisy Scranton to ,oppose are using him:even because

his 1940 defeat, then elected in 1948. face Conservative Republican Charles A a Georgia new croppinetrees. scientist they think he is"wrong

Dan McCarty was beaten in 1948, Holley of St. Petersburg.Is named Charles Herty founda and all the more so because

elected in 1952. Farris Bryant wasa way to remove the resin By DAVID LAWRENCE hower said: doesn't have to ask the states they think he is honest in his

fresh and eager candidate in 1956, this a year the Establishment and thereby made the trees WASHINGTON When for "We did this through vigorous about anything. They can just wrongness.
executive action through take the powers over, and we Question: Where then do
suitable for pulp for kraft and mer President Eisenhower issued we
but elected in
was 1960 as a jaded misjudges the public temper? Doesa newsprint manufacture. a statement on Monday steadfast enforcement of court become a centralized govern- go from here?

member of the Establishment.In Republican have a-chance in Flor- THE TENANTS were movedoff describing in general terms decisions and through passageof ment. The same thing applies Uniquack: Eisenhower has

ida this year? often abruptly and ruth- his attitude toward the princi- the Civil Rights Acts of to Fair Employment clarified and transformed the
most cases, campaign money lessly. The cabins emptied. ples which the Republican 1957 and W60-the first such Practices Commission. Thisis question of the California pri

does the job. By perverting the Party of Jefferson The tenants, thus driven Party should bear in mind in acts passed since reconstruction. a prerogative of a state, mary. Already in Oregon, the
from the land candidate the \ ." and I would like to see the main question was not
began to move nominating a ,
the Establishment may be states do this. It is their right whether the
on, hunting work They and outline was promptly con- Senator Goldwater on Sun- voter's liked
In ignorance of trends, the'Estab-. hoisting itself- n its own sword. their descendants are to be strued by some critics as being day-the day before Mr. Eisenhower and the federal government Rockefeller more than Gold-

found today in all the indus- a pattern that the Arizona was issuing his should not take it. I mentioned water probably they didn't
,1 trial cities of the nation. senator could not possibly statement expressed his earlier that I had changedmy but whether they wanted

Detroit was the first great fit. Senator Goldwater views on this very subject ina opinion on the states' retaining Goldwater's policies on Cuba,
I magnet-then Chicago. Then himself, however, welcomedthe television interview with the right to control Viet Nam, Social Security
Voice of the People Pittsburgh, New York, Balti- declaration as a "restate- Howard K. Smith on the elementary education, even in the U.N., and talks with the
more and Cleveland. The tide ment of the basic Republican American Broadcasting Com the face of a court order. I Russians, or the policies favored -

has never stopped. As the principles" on which he pany's program, "Issues and believe that an edict from a by Eisenhower, Rocke-
1 I land was turned to grass and said he was campaigning.A Answers." Mr. Goldwatersaid federal court could end these feller, Scranton and Nixon.
-Oii The Sun's Opinion Page trees, and as machines came close reading of what Mr. : situations wherever they exist, Ike has now dramatized this
but this administration has issue.
I the South's industrial revolu- Eisenhower really said would
time when I wrote
f Opinions and comments of Sun leaders art welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters tion pushed people from the seem to indicate that Senator one been very reluctant to try and Question: What, then, do
, mutt be signed end bear the writer's oddrcsi. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should! land who the book ("The Conscience of da this. They want more law you see ahead.
Goldwater could 100
not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The were unprepared to accept a Conservative") I felt that it and I don't know what other Uniquack: I see Rockefeller
I Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it. without changing the writer's meaning or go-lacking education and per cent what Mr. Eisenhower was improper for the federal law we can give them." winning in California. Even
intent. skills. Housing welfare, wrote and still be consist
intervene in
government to a then, I
see Goldwater
Need Manners ing to abide by their de Since this speech fit almost schooling, medical and health ent with previous utterances.Mr. local school system as far as Mr.Eisenhower, in discuss into the Republican coming
, problems of cities multipliedas Eisenhower, in his copy- the racial controversiesof Conven
cisions. However the recent exactly into the Farm Pro- integration goes. I believe now ing tion in San Francisco
At Concerts closing of the Recreation Cen- gram's time allowance, I presume the tenants, white and righted article in the New that this is possible and I be- the day, said there are with over 500 in July

i ter for Friday and Saturday it was taped.P. Negro, left.THERE York Herald Tribune, wrote, lieve the machinery is thereto many matters of the human tn U.t.c.ii.. .. ..,delegate"votes_, I\ __ -
EDITOR, Sun: It seems fitting night dances causes us to W. CALHOUN WERE 20 tenant for example: do it and I think the criti- heart and spirit which "a r e and-- --I -see v.wuti j to thank the Lyceum doubt the soundness of the families on the old borne "We believe in keeping gov- cism I would aim at the attor- not always amenable to law." the aisles a savage battle in
Council for aiming high and place of Mrs. Johnson's mother. ernment close to the with neither of
judgment of the members of as people ney generals we have had is them
Close examination of Sena- getting the 655 .
to Gainesville the They were allowed to major.
bringing the City Commission.It as possible-in letting each that they haven't used the ma-
I great Philadelphia Orchestra, stay, with crop and garden citizen do for himself what he chinery. Now they are askingfor tor Goldwater's views and ity.Question
to that the
seems me those of former President Eisenhower : And then?
and to Gaines ReportersHave for their Some left.
acres use.
members of the City Commis- can do for himself, then making another law. If this law is Uniquack
will disclose that, : I see Senator
ville people for receiving The elderly, knowing they had
any call for government needed fine and dandy. I
sion and others affiliated with All Thruston
while there be differences Morton of
them so enthusiastically. Of no skills, no education, and assistance first on the local will along with it." may some Kentucky
local go
could realize
course, the limitations of our government The Answers that older people aren't hired government, then on the state of opinion about the serving as chairman of the
facilities were once more embarrassingly the importance of supervised anyhow, stayed on. There are government, and only in the Senator Goldwater discussedthe application of basic principles convention and worrying
evident when the social activity for us (c) New York Times three of these families. They final msort on the federal gov- pending "civil rights" bill, the Arizona senator and about the fight over televis
opening number had to be in- young people. Don't you think ATHENS When SenatorJ. have their houses, their gar- ernment. and pointed out that too the former president are not ion, gavelling down the howling -
terrupted becaus of lights that an adequate period of W. Fulbright visited Athensto dens, chickens, and what This is a philosophy which many members of Congressare at all at odds on the impor- mob for an overnight recess -
time has elapsed to resolve discuss the GreekTurkish tance of a minimum amount of and then I see a seriesof
which blinded the musiciansand acres they want to raise peas many conservatives have em- confusing civil rights and
when the cooling system this little problem and reopenour quarrel over Cyprus with and corn enough to feed a pigor braced, including Senator states rights. He added that governmental interference in smoky-room sessions in
all but drowned out the soft Recreation Center? the Greek premier, newsmen so and some chickens. They Goldwater, who once commented the Constitution mentions only the private affairs of the citi- the Fairmont and Mark Hop-

passages of the lively. Scar- (Miss BARBARA KIDWELL waiting in an anteroom to pay $5 per month rental. that not all the activities one civil right and that is the *?en and on the importancealso kins hotels trying to decideon ..
latti piece. 120 NE 8th Sl question the two leaders Their needs carefully are no- of the Tennessee Valley right to vote. He emphasizedthat of proceeding lawfullyand until a compromise candidate

But somehow these physical came up with the following so- ted. Mrs. Johnson sends gifts Authority were necessarily the states have the rightto constilf tionally dealing dawn. -
annoyances seem less distracting Bryant Hit lutions for the problem of Cyprus and sees to it that their clothing the province of the federal deal with public accommo- with today's controversial is-. all Question these : IIo'w'o you see

than latecomers march- Nail Head where 420,000 Greek Cypriotes needs are met. government and that some dations and that 31 out of the sues. remarkable things,

ing down the aisles to seat on and 100,000 Turkish They ,have been told they but not necessarily all, of the 50 states have already doneso. / Incidentally, the latest tabulation machine Uniquack? I ..
themselves after the program Cypriotes are clashing over can stay there as long as they facilities could just as well He added: : observe the peculiarities -
EDITOR, Sun: Today I turn- } of the voting in the 10. of the human _
the island's political future: wish. Here is of those race.
has started or worse yet, returning one relationships be operated under lease by "But they have never turned
late after intermissionand ed on the WRUF Farm Program Let Senator Fulbright give that many respon- private enterprise. over to the federal government states in which president i a 1 I note the refusal of people

bringing refreshmentsinto and chanced to hear a all 100,000 Turks on Cyprus sponsible Southerners knew. the power to do this, and primaries have been held to face facts until they are

the concert hall. If we speech delivered by Governor Fulbright scholarships in the The arrangement is paternal.But ANOTHER PART of the latest the Congress in a very wrong shows that 1,067,201 persons confronted with a crisis. I'"
Bryant to a DARE meet. United States. there was affection in statement by Mr. Eisen- know that the convention is
concert goers cannot remember approach in my opinion is Rising voted for Senator Goldwateras
our manners, then the ush- ing. DARE, as you undoubtedly -Move Turkish Cypriotesto them and the ties were real. hower pointed out that more the interstate commerce the exponent of true Repub- not going to want to dramatize

ers must take the responsibility know, is a top level farm Turkey and Greek Cypriotes The responsible never pretended progress had been made in clause of the Constitution to licanism. This exceeded all its squabbles over television
for preventing such breactf planning organization, its principal to Greece. this relationship was anything -, "civil rights" during the eight accomplish this. the votes cast for Messrs. for very long. And I believe

es of etiquette.We objective being to assist Give the island to the but what it was-a humane years of the Republican administration Lodge, Rockefeller, Nixon J that Eisenhower is the key figure ;.
have ample opportunityin those engaged in agricultural Israelis and hand over Pale- make-do for'a region in than in the preceding "IF THIS IS CORRECT, and Scranton in those same who will say that he
the delightful concerts on pursuits to plan their opera- stine to the Arabs.They're transition. But these old people 80 years. Mr. Eisen then the federal government primaries. ,' does not want to choose but
the Plaza of the Americas to tions so as to meet future a are not on relief. And they will choose a compromise in
enjoy music under the most in- changes most advantageously. are not hungry in a city slum. #\ the end.Question.

formal circumstances. But Governor Bryant had very ,GettingConventional So, it being the silly season, : And who will that
when we go indoors to hear a little to say about agricultureas the two congressmen came to POTOMAC FEVER be, machine?

concert let's put on our proper such, but much about our nose out poverty in the John- Uniquack: He will temporize '
concert manners and set changing environment which son lands. They talked to the at first lie. will follow proto.coLHewWbefajag
the right example before our poses tremendous problemsfor (c) New Yortc Times old people. They didn't get By Jack Wilson, Cowles Washington Bureau .

people. This is some- anyone planning just LONDON The Jewish rare spectacle far The television people that Nixon, who came so close _
young thing we can be practicingwhile about any kind of an opera- of Britain's doctrinal community -- came. The old men talked into Gen. Eisenhower knows what kind of candidate the GOP should pick-one last time, have his chance. .

we wait for a better con- tion which is to extend for threshing in the out a, for all the mikes. "What could be who will support the principles of the party if it turns out to have any. .- Question: .And then? ....

cert hall, and let's hope the any protracted time into the to dispute moved Robert open Pitman done to raise my standard of Uniquack: Goldwater will
future.I see, WeD I don't know. The Ike talks, the Republicans should Goldwater for transfer
wait isn't too long! a columnist of the Daily living. way sue non-support. most of his delegatesto
Mrs. Herbert A. Sawyer Jr. am not a whole hearted to write recently Things are pretty good right Nixon and Nixon may or
admirer cf Governor Bryant, Express now. .** South Viet Nam's Gen. Khanb shut down nine newspapers because they criticized maynotmakeftandffhe ____
but I hope you see fit to look : The two obey- him. Who the isn't
IntelligenceOf "I think that Britain should congressmen says Pentagon's trainingprogram producing results? doesn't, Rockefeller's dele _
into the desirability of publishing be proud of the conflict which ing the. pull of the vernal gates will drift away to Scranton
Elders? this speech in toto be- has broken out in the Jewish equinox, bad proved Mrs. Senator Keating wants a full disclosure law for the Senate. That means or Lodge, probably to -
cause of its very deep and community."It Johnson's folks to be decent Senators will have to tell what they have and where they got it-and why Scranton.
Sun From our apt application to just aboutall Their pet- don't it back.
EDITOR : proves that here at any honorable people. they give Question: And you mean :
earliest year: we are taughtto of our present day activi- rate. anti-Semitism Is a thingof tiness likely made votes for that after aD this, the man on .
respect the opinions and ties. For instance. his remarks the past the President. The House Speaking in Detroit the President said "My cup runneth pver." You'd think the outside may have the inside -
judgments of our parents and would, I think, applyto "Our Jew no longer haveto GOP leadership had best he'd be more careful: the last time that happened he got beer all over.the front trabk? ..' *.

elders because they are en- your bllshing business keep united in self-defense. speak firmly to the Messrs seat. ., Uniquack: It could be." As : L
dowed with knowledge.and exPerience about as well as it would to They feel free to go at each Martin and Snj'der-especially President Johnson has proved .
that we do not have. a fertilizer business, or produce -. .other's throats. Just like our in the silly season of Bobby Kennedy says.Poor people don't get the same justice as rich ones.. sometimes the last are first :.

In most instances we are will market. Christians. spring. :True-but ,.look, at all the fun they have when the First Family comes calling! and the-firsriast : __
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Gainesville bun May JM, .
University.The 1 HAWTHORNE NEWS

CONSCIENCEOF COLORED NEWSB. U. S. official is a World The Baptist Training Union of

II War II veteran and recievedthe I Galilee Baptist Church is sponsoring

rank of Lt. Colonel. During a panel discussion entitled

afurzuflk iun F. Childs, Colored News Editor the Korean War he served with "Decisions Ahead" on
the Department of Defense.
CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSMt. sity. Mrs. Meyers is the senior Sunday, June 7, at 5:30: p.m. at

I THE i4aA Carmel Baptist There member of the Dade County A&M APPOINTMENT .he church.

will be Teachers' Meeting today School Board. She was appoint- TALLAHASSEE (FAMU

JOHN R. HABBISOX. PreiWeal ad 8 p.m. of i in 1953 and is now complete -Master Sergeant Fred Telle'. The following persons will

PablUhert PAT COWIES Met President SOUTHBy Lake Butler Hopewell Bap :f j her second four year term of Columbia, S.C., was recently ':erve on the panel: Mrs. A. M.

And ;E ED eentl JOB..e Editor 50Y. |Vice W. President C. Bill) tist The Church of Christ wil \Ie( i an elected member. In the assigned to the United State; Madison, a graduate from Flo-

Florida's. Beautiful EBEK3OLE. Vice President aDd Advertising conduct services today, 8 pm.: :ecent Dade County-wide election -Army Instructor Group at Florida -rida A. and M. University and
Director BOB TARTAG- RALPH McGILL in behalf of the Woman's Da) for the School Board, Mrs. A&M University. He will
'University City' LIONE. Vlee President sad Cire.UUOB I received 75 cent of assistant also the University of Pennsylvania -
fntttur Prize Winning Publisher drive which is set the first Sun- Myers per serve as an
Mintfer. Of tile llUat. (Ga.) CMtitBtlra day in June. the total votes cast and next senior cadets. ; Mrs. A. G. Moffett, a

she will start her third four graduate from the Florida
year A,
THE SUN'S POUCY Grove Primitive
Shady Baptist Master Sergeant Telley returned -
The Silly The 5th Sunday Ministers, year term as a member of the from Korea in March, and M. University; Mrs. Idella
in the news columns.
1. Report the news fully and impartially School Board. Parker
Florida Memorial
Deacons, Laymen's and Woman's -
the of the Sun in-but only in-editorials. 1S64, where he served as Pla-
2. Express opinions
; James Elsworth Davis, Chairman College: Hansel Maxey attended
auxiliary begins Friday. 8 with
toon Headquarters -
of controversial issues. Sergeant '
sides important
3. Publish all SeasonCame p.m. A program will be rendered of the Board of the Winn- and Headquarters Company Florida A. and M. Urj.

The Sun's telephones: All Department! -372-8441 with the women in charge. Dixie and Kwik-Check Company 7th Infantry Division. He versity; Joseph Williams,

Want Ads-:376-4672 r There will be a youth program the seventh ranking food has served previously in Eu- graduate from Don Vocations

Saturday, 8 p.m. Sunday School chain in the nation with 621 rope and numerous assignmentsin School; and Rev. B. C. Clinton,

....; 10 a.m. with SuperintendentEssie retail stores is also Chairmanof the United States. He coni--pastor.

Camp and teachers in the Board of American Heritage pleted his high school work ip The West Coast Ministers arid

: What of November? A lull had come in the silly charge. Life Insurance Company, Columbia S.C., in 19-13 after Deacons Union, auxiliary of Jiie

season. College panty raids The contestants are; Joan and holds Directorates in other which he entered the United Mt. Sinai Baptist Association,

had ceased. Other evidencesof Hutto and Gladys Perkins. The leading business and civic or States Army. He is a combat with Rev. G. G. McArthur
Robert King High has felt the lishment Porkchopper the ability of the vernal Chief Evangelist will review the ganizations. He has the reputation -: veteran of World War II. erator, will meet at the nlud-FJirst,
Establishment and he be doing the Party irretrievable: equinox to bestir to of being a leader in the.
lash of the youths lesson. Mt. Olive Primitive Master Sergeant Telley and Baptist Church with Rev. W, A.

i is unlikely to be the same man again. harm by whooping it up over defeatof erratic and irrational decisions Baptist and Shady Grove Prim- super-market industry. his wife. Mrs. Agnes Telley. Miles pastor, May 29-31.

the "liberals." They may, in fact, and antics were few. itive Baptist Church will serve Daytona Beach The Com will reside at 401 Osceola Street,

The cocky little :Mayor of Miami, be whooping their man Haydon Burns And then came Congressmen jointly. Dinner will be served mittee: on Honors and Awardsof Tallahassee. Lodge All members No. 113 of the Juvenfe
'I, with fresh new ideas, tasted the gall right out of office. and Snyder Martin, ,of of Kentucky.Nebraska It, 1:30 The p.m.devotional services will announce Bethune-Cookman the following College recipi, CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS meet Saturday at are 3 p.m. at tlis p

in his race for I home of Mrs. P. L. Scott [
Tuesday ,
of defeat
And little
was spring. some be conducted, 7 p.m. Each lady ents for Citations during the Mt. Pleasant Methodist 614 SW
He was defeated We cite Farris Bryant a case bird had told these two states- Street. !
the governorship. as will sing a solo. Rev. H. Kin- 60th annual commencement ex The Woman's Society of Chris-I

by a coalition of rural Porkchop- in point. Eight years ago, Bryant men that deep in the piney sey, president; Rev. R. E. Hin- ercises June 1, in the Moore: tian Service will meet today,1 During the meeting there wi)

4 pers and vested interests, loosely suffered humiliating defeat as a woods of Alabama Mrs. Lyn- son, vice-president; Mrs. F. D. Gymnasium, -at ten a.m. in the 7:30 p.m. Mrs. K. D. Childs,! be the ele tion of officers. '

termed the Establishment which gubernatorial candidate at the handsof don Johnson had three poor Shannon reporter. forenoon president. The Methodist Men' There will be chicken dinners

has ruled Florida for decades. the Establishment. Four years home tenants on her mother's northof old East Side Church of God in Dr. Joseph H. Griffin Medicine -; will meet today 7:30 p.m. in the I. sold at the home of Mrs. P. I, I
place an area Christ Church School, 10 I and Human Relations;; dining room. James Stewart Scott, of 614 SW 3rd Street Sa*

later, recast as an acceptable conservative Montgomery. Once the cot- a.m.; morning worship, 11:30 Richard Y. Clark, Communications ., president. Choir No. 1 will rehearse urday at I p.m. in behalf U

1 \Vill Robert King High have a he won the Democratic ton bloomed and blew on tIle am.; and evening worship, 7 andHuman Relations; tomorrow 7:30: p.m. The the Juvenile Lodge.

chance to present a fresh programto nomination. rolling acreas where, before, p.m. Elder J. C. Carter, pastor. Mrs. Mogul G. W. DuPres Education pastor is calling a meeting of The price of the dinners i
the Creek Indians had roamed
the people of Florida two years Archer Church of God in and Human Relations; the Board of Education and 75 cents. The cooperation of al
and their maidens had mated
4 Christ Church School, 10 I Shirly W. Curtis Educatiorand I Church School Staff Friday, 7:30( is asked.
hence? Then in November of 1960 he faced with Scottish traders until
a.m.; morning worship, 11:30a.m. Human Relations; Mrs., p.m. in 'the second unit of
Republican George C. Peterson. Conservative most of the chiefs were named The First Division Ministenand
Young People's Willing Margaret A. Gibbs, Human Relations church. Rev. W. M. Ferguson
Not hardly. confronted conservative. McGillivray,. McIntosh, Mac- Workers' Meeting 7 p.m.; and and Civic Enterprise;. pastor. Deacons Union auxiliary ol!
Lachlan variation of the Jerusalem
Bryant won, but Republican Peterson Scottish or some evening worship, 8:30: pjn. El- The Reverend' Robert Dickens:, Johnson Chapel Baptist tist Association Missionary Bap
Unless Mayor High has more names. der Days, pastor; Religion and Human Relations;: There will be Deacons' Board with Rev. T. D
40.2 cent of
got a whopping Davis
per moderator
The Indians moved will be held
not be were Commissioner Stanley E. meeting today, 8 p.m.; and Con-
he will
than most
fortitude the The Pallbearers' No. at the Bethel
vote. Lodge
Light ,
west. And by and by Mr. Baptis
Nass Human Relations and I ferende 8 Rev.
on Friday,
: the same man in 1966. He will be Boll Weevil came a-knock- 54, pride of Gainesville, will Civic Enterprise; Norman Hick. W. J. Taylor, pastor; Mrs. Harriet .. Church with Rev. D. A. Wit

t bruised by 1964's unhappy experience It; was the largest Florida GOP ing at the door of King Cot- hold its meeting at the regular ey, Human Relations and Civic: Jones, reporter. iams pastor May 29-31, as I

reached by powerful lobbies, ton. "Just looking for a home meeting place today at 8 p.m. Enterprise; and Ernest R. Cur-. Mt. Carmel Baptist Youth Orange Heights.
vote since in the Reccnst"ruc.tion
compromised by special interests. In 1872 Just looking for a home..." The members are urged to rie, Communications and Hu. Forum today, 7:30 p.m., and also -IN MEMOIUAM:
period, when Republican OssianB. Upland cotton went with the be present._ Fred Alexander,
man Relations. both Choirs Nos. 1 and 2 will
he is likely to conform to In of
short memory father
president.The our :
Hart was elected with 52.4 per winds of change and the coming have their rehearsal, 8 p.m.;. husband
and son, Ernest
the Establishment. GIBBS COMMENCEMENTST. : : .
of machines.
cent. Most_ of the old_ upland_ Boy Scouts Troop No. PETERSBURG J. and there will be Teachers' anan, who departed this lie
306 will render a program at Meeting tomorrow, 7:30 p.m one
devoted to cotton since Wayne Fredericks, Deputy As- year ago today May 28,
of treatingits acres,
Florida has a history
the Mt. Carmel Baptist Church Rev. T. A. Wright pastor; Mrs. Beyond life's
Comes next November. Conservative the first plow was put into sistant Secretary of State for Sunset
fresh men thusly. Fuller Sunday at 11 Esther W. Hamm
young a.m. reporter like a city bright and fair. In
African Affairs
the turn- Washington
Porkchopper Haydon Burns will soil eventually was
into line by During the Emanuel Baptist Choir .No. the
Warren was whipped program TroopN. D.C. will be the Land of God's Tomorrovour
ed into keynote speaker -
face Conservative Republican Charles a new croppinetrees. 306 will be its 1 will have its rehearsal tomorrow
presented loved
in 1948. one awaits
then elected us there.
his 1940 defeat, A Georgia scientist for Gibbs Junior College's
Holley of St. Petersburg.Is charter. 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Rosa Buchanan wife Mrs.
Dan McCarty was beaten in 1948 named Charles Herty founda Sixth Commencement Exer- ;
The parents and friends are Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist- Louise Buchanan mother. chfl
elected in 1952. Farris Bryant wasa way to remove the resin invited. R. E. Zell commander. cises. Sunday School, 9:30 a.m.; morn- dren and family.
the Establishment and thereby made the trees Dr. John W. Rembert Presi-
fresh and eager candidate in 1956 this a year ing worship 11 a.m.; and eve-
? Doesa suitable for pulp for kraft and LACROSSE NEWS dent, said the "high ranking" University
the City Lodge No.
but was elected in 1960 as a jaded misjudges public temper ning worship 6 p.m. Rev. H 12U
in Flor- newsprint manufacture. The Union Gospel Singers governmental official will cometo and University City Temple No.
Republican have a chance Kinsey pastor.
member of the Establishment.In TIlE TENANTS were movedoff from Jacksonville will render a St. Petersburg June 3 to deliver St. Paul C.M.E. Morning 900 will sponsor a joint building
ida this year? often abruptly and ruth- musical program at the Bethel the commencement ad- ; benefit buffet dinner Saturdayat
worship a.m. evening
most cases, campaign money lessly. The cabins emptied.The A.M.E. Church with Rev. W. H. dress at 7 p.m. that day to a worship 6 ; Rev. B. F. the regular meeting place
does the job. By perverting the Party of Jefferson tenants thus driven Walker, pastor, Sunday. at 8 record graduating class of 201 Weary, pastor. During the dinner, there will
from the land began to moveon be music
be sophomores.The and
the may p.m.For Hill games.
Spring Baptist .Sunday
hunting work. They and an evening of fine entertainment The public is invited. .
administrator There
junior college i ia is.
Estab hoisting itself on its own sword.II School 10 a.m. morning worship
of trends the ;
In ,
their descendants to be
ignorance.. "'-' are plan now to be pres. said an official of the Department 6:30 Rev. T. D. Da: donation of $2.00. '
'<: found today in all the indus ent. Mrs. Doris Reed sponsor., p.m. I
of State recommended .
vis Mrs. Catherine
.1 trial cities of the nation. pastor; Me AILING AT HOME:
Detroit was the first great HAWTHORNE NEWS that his institution extend an Gill reporter. The following persons are ailing )

Voice of the People magnet-then Pittsburgh New Chicago.York Balti-Then er Mrs.at East K. H.Palatka Henderson ElementarySchool teach.: invitation mencement.the keynote to It speaker Fredericks was pointed for to com out be NOTICE The Southeast Division Minis. Knowles at their and homes Mrs.: Ann Mrs. Estella Watts.

will be the principal I
and Cleveland. The tide
that minority groups have been ters and Deacons Union auxiliary CONVALESCING
speaker for the Annual Awards
has never stopped. As the : of continuing interest to Fred- of the Jerusalem Baptist Eddie Wimes, who Is HI at
I Friday, 29 at
land was turned to grass and program May Association, with Rev T. D. Davis his home
II ericks he
1:30 Shell and has worked in was reported as somewhat -
_011 The Sun's Opinion Page and machines p.m. Elementary
trees as came School. many capacities for their wel- moderator, will convene at l improved Mrs. F. D
the South's industrial revolu- the Shilo Baptist Church wit I Shannon
: Opinions and comments of Sun readers are welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters tion pushed people from the She has chosen to speak on I fare.Gibbs Rev. J. H. Boykins, pastor, at t reporter.The I
must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter shouldnot land who were unprepared to the theme, "Lamp Lighters," Junior College has had Alachua May 29-31. Rev. R. Uniform Company Lodge
be written only side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The ., vital interest in the
exceed 500 words and must on one according to Mrs. L. Y. Hutchinson a emerging 'No. 113 will' it's
education and hold
t Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or go-lacking African nations and have Sams president; M. L. Smith,, regular
.:.............. skills. Housing welfare, chairman of the awards: documented this interest we reporter. meeting at the home of Mrs.
schooling medical and health day program. by Priscilla Vinon, of 141? NE
Need Manners ing to abide by their de Since this speech fit almost problems of cities multipliedas Following the main address: serving African students for the WILLISTON NEWS 4th Ave., today at 8 '
into the Farm Pro- p.m. _
I cisions. However, the recent exactly three Because of
the tenants, white and and musical selections, Mr. past years. I Elimination Contest There will be the election of
At Concerts closing of the Recreation Cen- gram's time allowance, I pre- Negro, left.THERE Sims and Mrs. Jones will pre, this interest, we are pleased to I By: Eugene McClendonThe officers during the meeting and

ter for Friday and Saturday sume it was taped.P. WERE 20 tenant sent charters to the Cub Scouts. secure the services of a person i Williston Vocational High also dues are to be paid in full.
1( EDITOR, Sun: It seems fit- night dances causes us to W. CALHOUN families the old home and Brownie Clubs. Other agen. who is responsible for much of School Agriculture department

ting to thank the Lyceum doubt the soundness of the of Mrs.on Johnson's moth cies or organizations will also America's relationship with the recently held its annual district -

Council for aiming high and judgment of the members of place They were allowed to be present to make presentation -newly established nations of 11 elimination contest. The JiituaritMRS. <
to Gainesville the er.
bringing the City Commission.It with and garden to individuals who have Africa. contest included such as the

great Philadelphia Orchestra.Gainesville seems to me that the ReportersHave stay acres, for their crop use. Some left. qualified for citations. Fredericks' interest in Africa following; public speaking, ROXIE KEARNEYMrs.
and to congratualte
members of the City Commission hadno extends far beyond his official horseshoe pitching, parliamentary -
people for receiving All The elderly, knowing they LAKE BUTLER NEWS Roxie Kearney, pioneer
and others affiliated and duties. He is a member of procedure tractor driving
skills no education I citizen of
Of Trenton died in
them so enthusiastically. There will be given a partyat the
local government could real- the African Studies Association quartet talent quiz.
of The Answers that older people aren't hired University Teaching
course the limitations our the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hospital on
ize the importance of supervised anyhow, stayed on. There are Russel the Columbia University Semi- The district 11 N.F.A. Chapter last Saturday.
facilities were once more em- Edwards Saturday at
barrassingly evident when the social activity for think us (c) New York Times three of these families. They 8 p.m. in behalf of the Hopewell].: nar on Africa and the American participating included 23 Duncan Brothers morticians,

opening number had to be interrupted young people. Don't you ATHENS When SenatorJ. have their houses, their gardens A.M.E. Church. Society for African Culture. chapters with approximately 500 I will announce funeral arrange-

li becaus of lights that an adequate period of W. Fulbright visited Athensto chickens, and what The public is invited. He is also a founder of the Africa -N.F.A. members and contest, ments later.
time has elapsed to resol'ethis discuss the GreekTurkish want to raise League. Duncan
which blinded the musiciansand acres they peas ants.The Brothers morticians,
when the cooling system little problem and reopenour quarrel over Cyprus with and corn enough to feed a pig.or Daytona Beach The Trus As assistant manager of the I. Williston Chapter was: are in charge.

all but drowned out the soft Recreation Center? the Greek premier, newsmen so and some chickens. They tee-Faculty Honorary DegreE Foreign Manufacturing Division able to conquer 3 second place: !

of the lovely Scar- (Miss BARBARA KIDWELL waiting in an anteroom to pay $5 per month rental. Committee of Bethune-Cookmar I of the Kellogg Company of honors. Second place in public:

:c i, latti passages piece. 120 NE 8th St question the two leaders Their needs carefully are no- College announces the conferring Battle Creek Michigan, he speaking, Oscar Davis; parliament ChaplainWins

came up with the following solutions ted. Mrs. Johnson sends gifts of two Honorary Degreesat ; worked for two years in the a r y procedure LeRoy

But somehow these distracting physical Bryant Hit for the problem of Cyprus and sees to it that their clothing the 60th annual commencement Union of South Africa and Boone Warren Thorton, Andre ZIP

annoyances seem less where 420,000 Greek Cypriotes needs are met. exercises on Monday,,, devoted eight months to a study Adams Frank Edmondson,

:i than down latecomers the aisles to marchIng seat- Nail on Head and 100,000 Turkish They have been told they June 1, at ten a.m. in the forenoon -. of West, Central and East Africa. -; Charles Sneed and John Mon: Code Fight

after the Cypriotes are clashing over can stay there as long as they in the Moore Gymnasium,, roe. These persons will compete
themselves programhas EDITOR Sun: Today I turn- the island's political future: wish. Here is one of those relationships The recipients of the Degreesare ; Prior to assuming his present in the State N.F.A., contest to WASHINGTON AP) The

started, after or worse intermissionand yet, returning ed on the WRUF Farm P r o- Let Senator Fulbright give that many respon- Mrs. Anna Brenner Myersof ; position, he worked with the be held from June 5 to June 10 Air Force surrendered Wednes-

t late refreshmer.ts gram and chanced to hear a all 100,000 Turks on Cyprus spcnsible Southerners knew. Miami, and Mr. James Els--Ford Foundation in its Public for state-wide Vocational Agriculture -day in the case of the chaplainwho

bringing concert hall. If we speech delivered by Governor Fulbright scholarships in the The arrangement is paternal.But worth Davis of Jacksonville.Mrs. Affairs program, and also as honors.L. failed to give his superiorshis

into the cannot remem- Bryant to a DARE meeting United States. there was affection in Myers a member of the Associate Director of the Foun- A. Marshall, state adviserof ZIP Code number.It .

concert goers then the ush- DARE, as you undoubtedly -Move Turkish Cypriotesto them and the ties were reaL Dade County School Board, was: dation's Overseas Development New Farmers of America, decided the chaplain will

ber our must manners take the responsibility know, is a top level farm Turkey and Greek Cypriotes The responsible never pretended voted Dade County's Outstanding Program for South and Southeast congratulated J. D. White, vocational not be discharged from the Air

ers such breaches planning organization, its principal to Greece. this relationship was any- Citizen in 1958, and in 1964,I Asia. agriculture instructorat Force Reserve.
for preventing objective being to assist Give the island to the thing but what it was-a humane she received the Woman of the Mr. Fredericks is a native of Williston, for the wellplanned -

of etiquette.We those engaged in agricultural Israelis and hand over Pale- make-do for a region in Year Award from the American I Indiana and received his (college and excellent directory of The Air Force disclosed its

have ample opportunityin pursuits to plan their opera- stine to the Arabs.They're transition. But these old people Friends of the Hebrew Univer, education from Purdue the complete contest. action in a letter to Rep. F. Edward
concerts otthePbthee
the delightful to tions so as to ,meet future 0 are not on relief. And they Hebert, D-La., who bad

in- changes most advantageously. are not hungry in a city slum. demanded an explanation after
the most
enjoy music under But Governor Bryant had very GettingConvelltional So, it being the silly season receiving a complaint from the

formal circumstances.indoors to hear a little to say about agricultureas the two congressmen came to POTOMAC FEVER chaplain.
when we go
such, but much about our nose out poverty in the John- There is
let's put on our proper a requirement that
concert, changing environment which son lands. They talked to the all Air Force Reservists
and set not on
concert manners tremendous problemsfor (c) New York TImes old people. They didn't get By Jack Wilson, Cowles Washington Bureau
poses active
the right example before our LONDON The rare spectacle duty respond to official
This is something anyone planning just far. The television people correspondence," the Air Force
young people. about any kind of an opera- of Britain's Jewish community came. The old men talked into Gen. Eisenhower knows what kind of candidate the GOP should pickonewho told Hebert.

we can be practicingwhile tion which is'to extend for threshing out a doctrinal the mikes. 'What could be will support the principles of the party if it turns out to have any.
better concert the for all
for in
wait a dispute ,
we open
into the standard of "On reviewing the facts
the any protracted time done to raise my -- In
and let's hope to moved Robert Pitman
hall, future. see, living. Well I don't know. The way Ike talks, the Republicans should sue Goldwater for non-support. this case however it has: been
columnist of the Daily -
wait isn't too long a
whole hearted good right ,determined that the discharge
A. Sawyer.. Jr. I am cot a to write recently Things are pretty
Mrs. Herbert -- admirer of Governor Bryant :Express now. ." South Viet Nam's Gen. Khanh shut down nine newspapers because they criticized !action will not be taken."

Intelligence, but I hope you see _fit to look "I think that Britain shouldbe The two congressmen, obeying him. Who says the Pentagon's training program isn't producing results? The identity of the chaplain, /1 1a
into the desirability of publishing of the conflict which the pull of the vernal I
proud in the
Of Elders- th'?- ,speech ,in toto be-. has broken out in the Jewish. equinox. bad proved Mrs. Senator Keating wants a full disclosure law for the Senate. That means captain been made known.Reserve The ne'erhas Air
cause of its very deep and community. Johnson's folks to be decent. I! Senators will have to tell what they have and where they got it-and why
I Force said be wanted it that
EDITOR. Sun: From our apt application to just about .'It-proves that here, at any honorable people. Their pettiness i they don't give it back. way. .

earliest year we are taughtto all of our"'present day activities rate, anti-Semitism is a thingof likely made votes for "

respect the opinions and For instance, his remarkS the past the President The House I Speaking in Detroit the President said "My cup runneth o\"er" You'd think The chaplain a resident of

judgments of our parents 'and would I think applyto "Our Jews no longer haveto COP leadership had best he'd be more careful: the last time that happened he got beer all over the fronts :New Orleans wrote to Hebert

elders because they are' en- your publishing business keep united In self-defense. speak firmly to the :Messrs L (saying that he faced possible

dowed with knowledge and experience about as' well as It would to They feel free to go at each Martin and Snyder especially : -- I discharge action because he had

that we do not have. a fertilizer business, or pro- other's throats. Just like our in the silly season of Bobby Kennedy says poor people don't get the same justice as rich ones. not provided his ZIP Code

In most instances are will- duce market Christians." spring. I True-but look at all the fun they have when the First Family comes calling! (number. -



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JACKSONVILLE (APHay-I ," he said. I
I don Burns says he will begin his Burns said he has been of- I

administration as governor in fered office space in the,Senate
January with an unprecedentedspirit quarters at Tallahassee and will

of cooperation from the occupy it starting in Septemberso
Legislature, the newspapers and as to bring about an orderly I
( the people. transition from the present administration Oc 4:; HOW QUICKLY TIME

I "We have enjoyed, as a candidate to his.
; and now as the nominee, The campaign against Repub- : PASSES-AMD

a broader expression of support lican Charles Holley of St. Pet- '
from' the state level than any ersburg probably will be only as rrj' 1 IT BRINGS IN HOME BEAUTIFUL'S BIG

previous candidate for governor active as the GOP nominee 1II

," Burns.told a press confer makes it, Burns indicated. o 00
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S Gainesville Sun Thursday. May 28.--- 1964 H _
Justice justice, the chief} justice said ADVERTISEMENT
1 Urges -- !prompt steps should be taken I
The income of American .
Survival Supplies For the Poor "to alleviate the often-harsh bail average
families rose to $7,140 in I
requirements for indigents ac-
:: -"" WASHINGTON (AP-Chief cused for the first time of committing ., 1962 from $6,920 in 1961. In 1947it
[rrJ' Justice Earl Warren urged misdemeanors." was. $4,130.
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Wednesday a better break for --- tvurr .
i Sa poor Americans before the bar
of justice. a
"We cannot give meaningful
import to constitutional prin-
ciples in the field of criminallaw MERCHANDISE I1nw.Eroafwl"'va
as long as the poor cannot
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J.. f :..:: 'Involved.- Accident In accidents Roundup,"reported. ty Depart Sheriffs nt office and Alachua In the past Coun-24 : For Our Personal : '. .

; 'by: the.. Gainesville, Police hours were; 4.25 ; I ." .
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25BJ Speaks At Thomas J. Mojo, 274-6 Schucht l ,; Brand of Service : ,:
Village, at E. Univ. Ave. and It
-OV Hi School Waldo Road at 1:2. p. m. yes- tlll. "t .,. 1 We Want You To
WASHINGTON (AP) President -terday. \rn- ,:v\ f! te.r".' ,. I f
Johnson flies to New York Joyce Wallis Baughman, 2618 wj r.N;:: ,.;11 itG.frlIft':1. Know Our Employees! : ,
: :today: for a clutch of Democratic -: NE 11th Ter., and Carolyn Haven 'lit ii: .0 >" I .
fund raising affairs and then Shaw, 1064 SE 22nd Ave., Uil.. i!. \ 'till :il A -. t;
[ ] \ ,. .:
Nets to Texas for the weekend. at the Winn-Dixie parking lot on t. :.Jgl: }w,. \ illi1ifii!.S C',
; : On Friday night, the President NW Sixth St. at 9:07: a. m.'yes- ,iftl: '" N, : t"filii;..
:Speaks at commencement exer- terday. ftiUZJil-J.;1 W 11 \ ...f. llilf 1 KA 1 .
rclserarnlroWhlgh school in John Walker, Rt. 1,and Langley \ 'U :: f1
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:: C. ElectedtPKYPTA 1334 NE Y
9th St., was arrested and charged -i, :;Jgh 1 i.i d'a! SURFSIDERUM ,
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1 ::of'.Florida professor of education Eighth St. at 10:50 p.m. yester- In".1hm '
I elected Mildred provides with checkbooks '
,-has been president day. you ; r
\4 .of the P. "K; 'Yonge"PTA for FIRE CALLS ,,.. from her files or makes':': : .
.;.hejcoming' : school year. At 745 p.m. yesterday, short OR <
1 Also elected were Mrs. Mitch- circuit at Quality Upholsteringat special orders for.th. Her :
'!Baumstein, president-elect; 4401 NW 6th St. fi! GENUINE VODKA desk. located in front of the a- : r..
Herbert Jukes, secretary'and At 12:15 a.m. today, false
I :Mrs...'L11ther Hammond, treas- alarm at SE Fourth St. and I Smirnoff vault, gives her quick access to .
I !. 'jren.... .VeitCh' ____n .AVP.More .._.. I !
.-. I assist you to your safe deposit

2.775THr II box. Mildred is the lobby receptionist
i About Iola VODKA f'
and dispenser of general

; .. -Kynes9 Letter c t I information. ',.:lJ.

3.895TH ,,'
From Page 1 4 .1 '
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: ..."2. In making the attestation. According to Wilson, the grand I I t iro
I J 'provided by Section 98.171, Florida Jury also had no authority to _-_- .
Statutes, must the supervisor b instruct Mrs. Bethea to change PLENTY OF Cover more groundfUSHK
.1 t tF : his deputy, or the precinctf some of her office proceduressince T
f registration officer sign his there was no indictment. FREE I :
: name in full, or are written or Recently, a citizens group or- .
I typed initials sufficient1"I' ganized as a "Committee to SEAGRAMS STAGS .

ANSWER-". It should be I Protect Alachua County's Vote" PARKING
under' the chairmanship of
\ pointed out that the primary James Pope and Mrs. Dorothy GIN I ,UIITVCXY'S pro.nots or

purpose is so for that an the attestation person'signature doing: Rainbow Party, both workers.active Democratic e 7 YEARS OLD ..

the attesting may' be later located
in the event he or she h I: jury They report claim"condemns that the the grand DRIVE-IN .:. ,

I :needed as to the Thus as authenticity a it witness would of to the appear testify document ., ter practices says are that legal.Mr." Kynes'very let- 3.98 5TH WINDOW .3.68 5TH

According to Pope, the
that a signature Is not absolutely -
jury report cast doubt ()n the
essential and the comments
,, validity of some votes in Ala-,
from American
chua County. STORENW
above would not rendera
quoted registration invalid. ." "We'feel the (Kynes) letter j .... .
cleared that doubt up"Pope ex 16th Blvd. at Millhopper Rd. -- Palm View Shopping Center -' Ph. 6-1554 oe
t "3. Is the supervisor of regis- plalned. "It protects the good'
: tration and-or any duly appoint name'of this county." I'...
I ed d deputy supervisor authorizedor .
permitted by law to register I
electors by door-to-door and :
,house-to-house, invitation to reg. month
:ANSWER *'I direct your
,attention to the enclosed copies enneui AYING.t
:of Attorney General's Opinions .tt-'
1 ..D57 277' and 058-158, pages 334 FIRST.QUALITYREPEAT by mailingyour
.. end 684 of the 1957-58 Biennial
and 062-27, page 389 of the :' :
1961-62 Biennial Report, relat- OF ; UCBChecks
;!lng to registration in settled !
'.sections, as, I believe the com-, "llJ': !
:'ments in these enclosures fully
1 :arid"adequately answer your I -plusf -

question. ." I
( The lengthy report issued by I I Y--.., .-,r -_ \ Usa ofYour
:the grand jury on April 20 made, r-
the Ti,' -;;
:'no reference attorney gen-
t :keral'4' opinion.although -t h estate CENTRALCHARGE
attorney later told reporters V < :
: 'that the opinion was referred '
I .to the grand jury. j"i' f -- '
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Included_in. the .grand: jury, -...'. .--1 ,.
'which"cited registration '
report ,
"and: voting irregularities in the' .. .. CARD!
i :March,'17 'deciioa i were nota ,4't.>..-
b r rt
,tions'that: .. ,
Many .deputy' supervisors .
or precinct registration offi ___
"ceFs werenorlegally'appointed "
;4bd that some depyties appointed I For Your Valuables,

: other deputies. I
-That ,there are 4,472 regis-
t u *:ration certificates for City of i KEEP \:

,:GainesviBe'Voters.that have no, .. ,.. ,
:attested signature and that I t
there are 3,794 certificates that;I
are only Initialled.: 'There are wy4.'rm'
I2S9 certificates neither signed'

nor ThVgrandjury initialled.} "* recommended -" .i'I! "'p-:,-_-;.. '1F..-'ioio' A SAFE,

,t a; number i changes, including I 1000 BEAUTIFUL RUGS ,;.. -.- ,

The_registration supervisor '
; :- : t SAFETY
be the official; *
should only 2 "**-V." w ;?
,appointing deputy supervisors'' .
1 'and precinct registration offi : I -' .' '
names be signed on :
; ;
registration certificates and all;
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:registration books'by appointed LECTION OF RUNNERS, SCATTER AND AREA '- BOX!
the ; | r .
:deputies or supervisor. ; .
-The state attorney and his ;
staff should be commended for I THERE ARE SOLIDS, TWEEDS, SCULPTURED, STRIPES EACH ; : : ,
their investigations.and cooperation ;1 8.

When with it'the became grand known jury. that I SHAGGY, FRINGED, OVALS, ROUND, SQUARES, IN ALL .SIZES s .4 . Duncan had Sought.advice from f

Wilson, attorney'' for Registra-; Jofl l
t D"SupenisorMrs.. Alma Be-i ,

':and thea,filed got a a request copy of that the the opinion Dis-i I AREA SIZES. COLORS: WHITE -THROUGH ALL THE RAINBOW COLORS TO ALWAYS WELCOME )

,trlct Court of Appeals ,dismiss f

George[Mrs. Bethea's Patten's appeal refusal of to Judge dis-!;, BLACK! BE AT PENNEYS EARLY BUY 'EM BY THE DOZEN AT PENNEYS

miss the Andrews election suit!

The appeal was dismissed this I I LOW, LOW PRICE-YOU'LL SAVE. :,

:1\-eek., : USE YOUR PENNEY ,
S Wilson has also asked Judge ,.
.atten'to throw out the grand'' SHOP PENNEYS FRIDAY NITE TILL .9: -- .we..u r- t

jury report, He claims that ,. CHARGE CARD ', ;,', !
findings I
tnany of'the, 'grand jury'a P.M. Member Federal Deposit.'
'relate' to the old registra- i
,tiara system, not'permanent t .
Insurance i
system used In Alachua.County.}i iI

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:: 10 Gainesville Sun Thursday,'May 28, 1964 .. -
.. for an end-to their retirement Women -:; ,,r-. ..+7:; 1
in life." (Condensed from "Your iHeart Kar

I L-. Your 9 Heart LIVES. Has Even The/ Young Struck (9-Tomorrow: Hearts k And .copyright Nina H Lives.1M4" published 9 by. Alton by Blakaslee Prentice. ).Hall I


E: By ALTON BLAKESLEE risks. I can't avoid them" says under the skin is not the real]: hood, Dr. White urges physical:I the verve and endurance you casion the midnight oil shouldbe <. LIQUORSFREE
and one middle-aged man. He is problem it's the few ouncesof I fitness in middleage.You once had and the sense of phy- burned," Dr. White says.
:- JEREMIAH STAMLER, MJ. right, but this same man provides fat accumulating in dangerous can eat heartily on a, sical well being, and aid your Early retirement too short a Delivery Drive-In Window
: The rusting disease of men's insurance against risks places in the arteries. diet lower in saturated fats and: arteries and your heart in the week at work, and other seem-
arteries piles bit by bit. such as fire and automobile ac- f Supermarket Self-Service
up FitnessIn '
Middle-Age cholesterol, without' overdoing: process. The key is to start a ingly wonderful attractions may
:. Special warning flags begin cidents. the third stage of life, he on calories, and you can lose. new habit that undermines and penalize our arteries unless we Off-Street Parking
flying when a man is 25 to 30, By middle age, most men weight thereby.You replaces the old deadly habitof are careful, he and others warn. s
disease that
adds, "much of the
: when he is optimistically gained weight, length- life. ii Open 7 a.m.-l 1 p.m. Mon. thru Sat.
tain he has an belt risk has been slowly building up be- can seek better physical Many intelligent men in all
: plenitude of days and : reducing spans life at heavy comes apparent by symptoms, condition recovering the young "We seem to delight in the walks of life "think nothing of I PARTY PACKAGE
-, ahead to spend or waste spans. signs or sudden death." feeling of being fit, alert and absurd belief that we mus': ontinuing iL their 70's to row,
enjoy. Carrying this extra weight Health at this time becomes vigorous. But, of course, don't. avoid strains, either physical or lay tennis, climb mountains or STORE s
E Others come when he's 50 ab might be considered a largely dependent upon what rush off into some sudden and mental, that we must pamper *alk many miles daily. And 4005 N.W. 13th St.
60, when life still is sweet aV of exercise in a way, Dr. happened not in childhood intense change of habits. ourselves and not walk upstair hey continue to be more men- -
there's a vintage of years remarks though it's a but in the years 20 to 40. Be- You can work gradually at or work physically hard or men ::ally alert than if they were F Phone 376-2300
savor, and so much still to hard to bend down. The fat sides physical fitness in child- activities you like, to restore tally either whereas on oc :sitting in an armchair waiting

i done.Dr. Paul Dudley White
vides man's life into five :
reaching ultimately perhaps;
i a full century.
The first age is from birth
20, when nowadays the
hazards in life for U. S.
dren are accidents and

The second spans the
20 to 40, and these are "
critical years for ;
numbers of men who look
I healthy, in whom this
of atherosclerosis ,begins to"
laid down. The average
in America settles down I
about 25 to a life. of,
indolence although often
great nervous' activity In'
i profession or business."

In the third.age, 40 to 60, (
hazards tolerated earlier
to ripen into heart attacks ,
strokes.But .
there is an ,
through "middle-aged
Dr. White declares. And "
we do from 40 to 60 will
what will happen to us" in
/ next two ages 60 to 80,
then 80 and beyond.
Young men are not
from heart attacks. By age
their arteries contain
of cholesterol and fats.
Coronary artery disease
I about one in 12 of all
who die between the ages of
and 34, and almost one tn
1 of all those whose lives end
tween 35 and 44.

A first potential danger
iod comes when our
: growth ends and the need
food declines but the old
of high food intake

After schooling, most
men drop out of team
and few have jobs calling of"h
heavy work. These are also
1 j'I' years when the smoking
becomes fixed so that our
) .. acquires the grim triad so
: mon among us eating
.. richly and too much, sitting '
] : much and exercising too
.. and smoking too heavily.
A second danger point
: with marriage, when
j young men not only begin
eat better but as husbands
I o fathers lack time or money
i t continue regular exercise.
Take-home pay rises
I ; promotions and seniority,
I take-home poundage can
creep up if less call is put
A' muscular energy and more
Ii a I put on brain power and
.. making. Labor-saving tools
.. devices are very fine, but '
!I do you do with the savings?

most Many rapidly young In men their gain 20's Lots Of it GULF4POWER NO-NOX@gives you

30's. Half of American men

'J J able 30 at per least years weight cent 10 old.to per when' One-fourth the cent they pounds over are add all the power your car was built to deliver. '

c were carrying when first -, ..-
I to vote.
With youthful' years being -
time of general good : .
never seek .' -
most young men --
physical checkup or readings .. .
I blood pressure, blood :: < ;" :::
terol or Incipient diabetes. -- -. ;'.'&, ,. :-\ ;- 't- .-'
t With time, the young .
}/ 40th or 50th birthday ..
caries come along. 'This is .
time of far graver average '..
of heart attacks unless .
r t have lived nsibly. I rj' --..- \.. -", ... .--..-
More danger flags begin i -.'. -
ping at this time. ,. -
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, to the idea that a heart --.
: is inevitable sooner or later :111B :- ..-..... r----_

I cause of hereditary ..... o. .
t ity. While we may inherit
susceptibilities to high ;,
pressure or high cholesterol,
diabetes, the outcome : ,
upon how we live' to give [T6 .. -
chances to be effective or .
blunt these risks. .
"Risks? My life Is full .

I Books Needed Gulf No-Nox"Four-Power was built to deliver them NONOX'r.

; For Book Sale premium gasoline' gives all, for full driving pleasou -

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I Students Present uiomEii 0 f n "nD Pre-Nuptial Party Fetes Patio CoupleComplimenting I k 1


Piano RecitalA Miss Carolyn gel, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Edwards BE YOUNG..SHOP B LK'S '

THE ffflIL Y Ridgell and her fiance, C. B. Mr. and Mrs. WilliamP.

f Daniel Jr., a patio party was Ridgway, Mr. and Mrs. Har- a
piano recital, presented by sented the Gold Three Year given recently by Mr. and Mrs. old Walker, Dr. and Mrs.Arnold I
the students of Mrs. Delma Nel- Superior Certificate for having Henry McLaurin and Mr. and H. Nevis and Mr. and Mrs. B.E.

son, was given recently at the earned superior ratings for Ruth Weimer . Women's Editor Mrs Bill Duggan at the Mc- Thrasher Jr.
First Baptist Church McCaul three consecutive years in the Laurin residence. 9 iLa
Chapel.. Junior Festivals of the National ADVERTISEMENT
Students participating in the Federation of Music Clubs: She White carnation corsages were s ,p t
program were Ginger Hopkins, also received a Gold Cup Award presented to the bride-to-be, her FAT
Byron Lichter, Susan SteIzen- from the Federation.A Garden Club'Luncheon !mother, Mrs. Tommy Ridgell,
muller, Cynthia Davis, Angela reception followed the pro- and to the bridegroomelect'smother
Pennisi, Catherine Dovell, Gene I Mrs. C. B. DanieL OVERWEIGHT
gram. Pink roses and fern appointments -
Davis, Tommy Peacock, Har- t ,
riette were the decorations FridayMrs. : The buffet table was over- Avaialble to you without a doctor' -
Whitehurst, Greg Davis, called
laid with prescription our drug
a white linen hand
Kathy Halsey, Susan Johnson, used on the serving table. drawn tablecloth with ODRINEX. You must lose ugly,
Carol Davis, Kimlee Anslow, Assisting with the hospital! a pale fat or your money back. No stren-

Julie Davis, and Edith Round- ties were Miss Peggy Halsey, Joseph T. Hudson Jr. Report of the year's activi- pink white liner and and orchid an arrangementof chrysanthemums -uous taking exercise of, so-called laxatives l reducing massageor
tree, vocalist, a voice student of Miss Patricia Davis, Miss Kay will be installed for a second ties will be given by Mrs. Hud- and pink sweetheart candies crackers or cookies, or
Dr. Vere Richards. Nelson and Gary Nelson, both Florida I chewing ODRINEX is a tiny
term of office during installa- son and awards from : gum.
roses centered the table. Orchid ,
Miss Carol Davis children of Mrs. Nelson. tablet and easily swallowed. When ., .
was pre I tion of officers tomorrow at the Federation of Garden Clubs, <
tapers were used at either side. you take ODRINEX. you still enjoy -
annual spring luncheon at the won by the Gainesville Garden your meals, still eat the foods \ ,
Gainesville Golf and Country Club, will be presented to the White cut-work tablecloths you like but you simply don't :
I directors. covered the patio tables, cen- have the urge for extra portions I K? zf
ABOUT PEOPLEDayna Club at 12:15 p. m. because ODRINEX depresses your
Other new officers who will Mrs. C. Addis a n PoundJr. tered by brass patio lamps en- appetite and decreases your desire -
be installed by Mrs. John ., program director for the circled with greenery and or- for food. Your weight must
Michele Store ,ury ing Miss Tucker, bride-elect Kressman,. Assistant District Club, is in charge of arrange- chid and white double ruffled come down, because as your own I 1t
is the name chosen by Mr. of William Dale Arnett. doctor will tell you, when you
luncheon meet-
Five Director, will be: ments for the petunias.A less, weigh Get rid
eat leg
and Mrs. Sidney Dykes Stotes- Mrs. John M. McCown Jr., ing. Late reservations may be of excess you fat and live longer. : \ :> 1
bury for their daughter born Mr. and Mrs. David Wall first vice-president; Mrs. J. D. made by calling Mrs. Pound by gift of silver was presentedto ODRINEX costs $3.00 an* is sold
May 24 at Alachua General of Anniston, Ala., announcethe Gammage, second vicepresident tonight. Cost of the luncheon the honored guests. on this GUARANTEE: If not satisfied -
: Invited the bride- for any reason just return
Mrs. is birth of daughter Dana guests were
Hospital Stotesbury a ,
; Mrs. R. C. Mason, recording -tickets are $1.75 per person. the package to your druggist and I
the former Miss Beverly Jo Alison, on May 16. secretary; Mrs. J. H. Daylilies from the City of elects parents, Mr. and Mrs. get your full money back. No I ,. ,.
Ridge of Ventura, Calif. :Mrs. Wall, the former Miss Gainesville Flower gardens will Rommy Ridgell, the bridegroom questions asked. ODRINEX is sold i
Simons corresponding secre- ,
The baby is the paternal Sylvia Hunt, is the daughterof luncheon elect's parents, Mr. and Mrs. with this guarantee by: I 6r ,
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and C. B. Daniel, Miss Dorothy Rid- FILLEDNEISNER'S
granddaughter of Mr. and Mr. Mrs. Pearce ., treasurer. tables. I VERSirr MAIL ORDERS, ,
Mrs. W. B. Stotesbury and Hunt of Gainesville. Four honorary members of Mrs. Drayton Kinard, Mrs. -
maternal grandchild of Mrs. the club, Noel Lake, M. E. Ll- Ralph Beauchamp and Mrs. C
Priscilla Ridge and Dr. Trent Mr. and Mrs. Herman O. deon Dr. Howard N. Miller and James H. Smith will be respon- .: M. .. 7
Ridge of Ventura. Jones Jr and daughters, Dr. L. T. Nieland, will be hon- sible for the designs and ar + -
Pam and Vicki of Jackson ored guests. rangements. 4
Here for a visit of several ville, are visiting Mrs. Jones'
days is Mrs. Harry G. Huntof parents, Mr. and Mrs. JamesE.
Jacksonville, who is the Seaver.
guest of Mrs. Woodson Tucker Mrs. Jones is the former CalendarTODAY Of Events \ Nr
Jr. and her daughter, Miss Mar g i e Seaver of JR. DEPT. STORES 1'a
Miss Judith Tucker, at the Gainesville.Mr. ;

Manor Motel. Mrs. Hunt came ..Jones will be attendingthe May 28 Gainesville Garden Club In-
particularly to attend the DARE Conference at the Gainesville Library Advi- r stallation Luncheon, 12:15 .
Dre-weddinff festivities___ ___ honor- University________ of Florida. Li Gainesville Golf and
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2, 8 p.m., Odd Fellows Hall, Community Room, Guaranty
SE 2nd
740 Avenue.
Federal S a vi n gs and Loan
May 28 dith Diane Tucker, fiancee of Gainesville Garden Club
Building, Mrs. Nor woo d
"Coke" party for Miss William Dale Arnett Jr., 8 Circles:
Phelps, guest speaker.
Gayle Cross, bride-elect of p.m., Mrs. Milledge Murphey 4 p.m., Lotus, Mrs. GeorgeW.
Caspar Rappenecker Jr., 4 to Jr. and her daughter, Fletcher, Newberry Road; SATURDAY, May 30Gainesville
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W. H. Pierson 1831 NW Tenth Henry L. Gray Pairs, Hol-
dinner honoring Miss Gayle Cross, fiancee of : I
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Miss Jennifer Brown, and Caspar Rappenecker Jr., Mrs. Avenue; Gladiolus, Mrs. Tom-
their son, Hugh W. Harling Darrel J. Mase and Mrs. R. my Ridgell, 1715 NW 16th Gainesville Lioness Club, ? 3x5 fw
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Hugh W. Harling Sr., Holi- Gainesville Golf and CountryClub. 8:00: p.m., Carnation, Mrs.E. sey Feed Store Lot. t
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Murray Sipprell of Melrose Luncheon honoring Miss Gainesville Sectional Bridge !
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Scouts Plan Supper .-......-."... 15 -
City Members Attend -
Boy Scout Troop l&Twfll sponsor ,
their fifth annual chicken I pjn.Cost will be 50 cents for children I
supper on Monday, from 6 to 8 and $1 for adults. : Fraternal Meeting {to QualiCraftmmmorJmra

-r Eleven members of the Su. will be hostess- for the next district (9/lbw fJd{

preme Forest Woodmen Circle I meeting and installation of
legate Grove No. 20 of Gainesville, at-, officers in September. ITay
tended the Northeastern Florida /
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1 Orlando. LuncheonCompliments U \\ lOSEPflINELOWMAN

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I Walker. | recently at a luncheon given bv
: Group Spring and Summer Mrs. W. R. Brown m of MC In. All God's children stiffen up and back. Pull back as far as
I The group stayed at the Robert tosh at the Holiday Inn. some as they grow older. Mus-[you can. Stand in the same :((3. 4 l

A > ?::DRESSES and SUITS :I i luncheon Meyer was Motor held Inn, where a j A blue and white floral ar- elastic.cles shorten Exercise and, become particularly less ping position your, swing hands your in arms front, clap-and .

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.IfPRICE Grove 266 of Ocala pre- eon table and appointments car- did preventive and corrective cise 10 times.
!sided at the business meeting. rying out a graduation motif measures.
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Mrs.: Gertrude Woods, president were
Hof The ones I am bringing 2. Stand erect. Raise kneesup
[ Missile Grove No. you
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I I president of Gainesville, re- Jane Everett, Miss Josephine stiffer than normal. I obtained hand to your right knee- Be sure
Use Central Charge ,i sponded. Bryant, Miss Susan Lane Miss to
these motions from an expertin raise knees up in front of
I A program of entertainment Sandra Stallings Miss Cath- the field of physical therapy, you. Do not bend the knees UN-
was presented by Tau Phi erine McClane, Miss Cindy but they are wonderful for DER you. Do about 10 of these From their very first steps;; protect the health of your
CAN m ERS 'Lambda Sorority of Orlando, Holmes, Miss Janis Loften, Miss one. at a time. children's feet with QoaliCraft Juniors. You eoold find

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Angels Over Twins

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By MIKE RATHET 1-3 Detroit victory, the New cher's seventh homer decided it. in the seventh. Each team

An ambitious program to boost softball in Gainesville is Associated Press Sports Writer York Yankees whipped Cleveland Rakow, who pitched two-hit scored in the eighth before

I "Good shows, fine food, beautiful 7-2 and Washington edged out in the
at the crossroads Saturday night when the world relief for 5 1-3 innings against Washington pulled
Clearwater Bombers dames? I ,just don't dig Boston 9-8 in 11 innings. The the Orioles Monday, stopped 11th against Dick Radatz on a
come to 'battle Budweiser defend- "
ing state titleholder in double-header. that stuff any more. Chicago White Sox were rained Baltimore on two hits over the walk to Jim King, a sacrifice,

a -Bo Belinsky 1964. out at Kansas City. firfcl 4 1-3 this time. The Tigers Mike Brum1 y's infield hit and

. When Budweiser won the state title last August, attendanceat It's strictly a soda pop and Broke Tie broke a 1-1 tie in the fourth witha Dick Phillips' single.

the tourney held here, was tremendous. It topped anything early-to-bed world now for Bo, three-run rally, Don Demeter
Pearson besides Belin scattered
in recent years for the state event. a. who Wednesday night took a saving starting things with a triple and AI Downing se.enhits
sky scored the tie-breaking run and chipped in with a triple
shower after a game for the scoring the lead wild
on a
With this as a springboard, Bill McGee, Budweiser manager for the Angels in the third inning and single for the Yankees.
first time this season. pitch by Dave McNally. AI Ka
1 ,and Art Pepin, team sponsor!? thought logically that 1964 .a The reformed Angel -"I'm of the opener when he singled line later homered for Detroit.' Downing had the Indians shut

was the appropriate time to try and better the. sport in the behaving like a ball player"pitched -, stole second and scam- out until Larry Brown homeredin

his first complete game. pered home on a single by Lee Two Homers the eighth for his third hit.

city.So 2 and equaled his entire 1963 victory Thomas. In the nightcap, Bob Bill Skowron and Chuck Hinton Roger Maris hit an inside-the-
Budweiser went"ahead and embarked xN A '
. on a program Allison's 11th homer ,homered and Clete hita
produced for the Senators as park homer Boyer
play exhibition with Florida and out-of-state total by posting victory No.
" games topflight defeated Minnesota an early Minnesota lead but the they built a 7.2 lead, but Dick two-run homer as the Yankees
2 Los
teams. There the matter of as Angeles
to the visiting
was "guarantee"
Angels scored twice in the Stuart's second homer of the handed Jack Kralick his first
i clubs of like the Atlanta Crackers the : 4-1 in the opener of a
course. People '; .:%: /! ;' eighth to tie the score. Min, game eventually tied the score defeat after four victories.to .
Bombers and the others don't come for free. With the attendance .. :: twi-nighter.
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I figures and the enthusiasm of 1963 as a spur McGee : Two Years

1 i and Pepin thought attendance would be no problem. SEMINOLES' MIKE AUGUSTINE It's been two years and 22

Unfortunately as in Kansas City, the crowds have been All-America baseball player in 1963 days since Belinsky, a veteran

pool shark and rookie pitcher, Thursday,
announced his arrival on the E+ < l r 9 May 2s, 1964

Gators Tribe major league scene by hurlinga 9

no-hitter. Last year, he made

t f 1e II his first exit, shipped to the

minors with a 2-9 record.

Open BaseballSet This time, he says, things are

I going to be different. Final Practice Today
j "
"I'm giving it my best shot,

1 he said. "I've pitched some

Tomorrow good games and didn't win. But

1 I staying away in droves. As Yankee manager Yogi Berra as long as I know I'm pitchingwell f For Speedway DriversBy

\ noted about the KC situation if fans don't want to go to the I I won't get discouraged.The .

1 ball games, you can't make them.Thefll breaks are bound to fall __ III
.Florida and Florida State will 21-10 for the UF. The Seminoles I

See the Best close out a long athletic season have All-America player Mike my way sooner or later. DALE BURGESS champion Jimmy Clark to get wheel into the Speedway onraceday

i .of intense rivalry with a three- Augustine on hand in'center- They did against the Twins. INDIANAPOLIS (APDrivers ) in a little practice since winning morning in pickup

baseball series tomorrowand field. Belinsky allowed Minnesota'sonly the Grand Prix of the Nether- trucks with no preliminaries
I game Shortstop Larry Johnson ,
Saurday night's twin bill with the Bombers has a rather in Saturday's $500,000 Memorial
at Field. and catcher Ken run on Harmon lands last Sunday. He qualifiedhis and set about fueling for the
Saturday Perry Saurez up
substantial guarantee tied in with it.,After all, the Clearwateraces FSU with fine provide 13th homer but scattered seven Day auto race got their new Lotus-Ford hurriedly on 500. Indianapolis has had four

are THE world champions, have been the past two years There will be a single gameat The Gators, leading hitting.8-6 in hits, struck out eight and did last chance today to check the first day of the 500 time solid weeks of parties, and reel

and seven times overall. Their appearances elsewhere in the 3 p.m. tomorrow and a twin overall athletic matches be- not walk a man in a strong per- whether mechanics put everything trials May 15-so hurridley he ognition affairs for past and

I J nation excites the imagination of sports, fans. They draw bill Saturday starting at 2 pm. tween the schools must win formance. Still, he needed some back in the right place set a 10-mile record of 158.828 present luminaries of the auto

I overflow crowds. The Gators and Seminoles one of the three games, to sew brilliant fielding supportandgot after downs.post qualification. .tear m.p.h. for the Indianapolis Mo- racing world.

\ It may be that Florida fans have gotten used to the Bombers split two games last weekendin up the Exchange Club of WestSt. it. The 33 glittering cars tor Speedway-then dashed off The fantastic night before

and have- become surfeited with the team's success. Tallahassee. Florida won the Petersburg's scholarship Great Catches stripped down to the bare, to Holland to practice on the brawl on 16th Street, main

This holds true even in host town Clearwater. There have first encounter 6-2 and FSU grant. This goes to the school With the Angels leading 2-1 frames in a scrutiny for dam- North Sea dunes course. artery to the Speedway, is to be
took the second 4-3 in 15
been occasions in the'past year when it took hard campaignsto which wins the most varsity and two men on in the seventh, aged parts, were' to be checkedout The 500 Festival, an aspiring more subdued this Friday nightor

raise the funds to keep the Bombers. apart of the Sunshine innings. sports events in a school year. Bobby Knoop made an over-the- in a final practice with full youngster which hopes to rival so police hope. Instead of

. State. Coach Dave Fuller will lead I Florida won in football, twicein shoulder catch of Earl Battey's fuel loads from 2 to 4 p.m. EST. the Mardi Gras and the Tournament the thousands of fans partyingall

.' the best with Danny Eggart tomorrowand basketball, twice in tennis, 1 shallow fly to right. Then, in the It seemed unlikely that the of Roses, will reach a night in cars parked for

Local fans should know they are going to see follow with Charlie Ander.son twice in class country and once I eighth, with the tying run on highly specialized mechanics colorful climax this evening in miles along the street, a special
Saturday night. Former Budweiser player Bubba and Adrian Zabala Satur- in baseball. FSU has scored base, Albie Pearson made a had misassembled the expensive -a parade featuring 33 elaborate overnight parking lot has been

,. now the Bombers' first baseman, asked team manager day. FSU likely will go with twice in swimming and golf and running, one-handed catch of machines-but it has hap i floats one for each starting car set up on the Speedway's
Doug Mason to pitch top stars Weldon Haney and Eddie each in and scores of bands and sprawling property. Authoritiesalso
Marty Howell tomorrow and once track and baseball. Zoilo Versalles' line drive to pened. The late Jimmy Bryan,
King in Gainesville Saturday night as a personal favor to the marching units. hope a special night court
Only in baseball
probably will use Cliff Ranew play deep center. winner of the 500 in 1958, was
local athlete.Mason concurred. and Ken Creely on Saturday.FSU has FSU taken the season's series The Twins, however, came left at the starting line the next! Times have changed in the for peace breakers will calm

This means that Budweiser will look at the other Bomber has a 22-11 record to from Florida. The Gators back to take the nightcap, win year when he couldn't let out his decades since the drivers used down the early arrivals.
hurlers, Tom Conard and Jack Thompson, tomorrow nightin need two victories in the three ning 4-3 on Don Mincher's homer clutch. Two bolts had been

Clearwater. Saturday in Gainesville, Haney and King, both games here to emerge on top in the 13th inning. interchanged.Last.

All-World-Tourney stars a season ago, will serve 'em up at this season. Elsewhere in the American PKY Schedules
City Park. League, Ed Rakow stopped Baltimore I I
NATIONAL. LEAGUE for the second time in Today also was the last

It is rare, indeed, to have the opportunity to see two of the Philadelphia W 22 L 14 Pet..611 G-.B. three games and preserved a. chance for world road racing

sport's finest pitchers in one night. They'll likely dazzle local San Francisco 23 15 .405 Y J
Milwaukee 22 17 .544 ivi Four Home
1 fans (and maybe Budweiser hitters). St. Louis 22 18 .550 2 at
1 Pittsburgh 22 18 .550 2
This writer has seen the Bombers on numerous occasionsand Cincinnati 20 18 .526 3 l f fflraisWASHINGTON

has been a close follower of big-time softball since college Houston 20 23.0&65 5'A
Los Angeles IS 23 .439 tYt tLi I P. K. Yonge will play only PKY which bid for lastyear's
days in Columbus, Ohio. In those days, people like Chicago 15 21 .417 7 I II
New York 12 29 .293 12'Yesterday's Four home contests next season Keystone Conference title
Dizzy Kirkendall and Warren Gerber sway as among Results CLEVELAND NEW YORK BOSTON I
the best pitchers in the game.. Chicago 7, New York 1 abr h iii ab r h bl abrhbi abrhbi in a 10-game football schedule right up to the final game of
Philadelphia 2. Pittsburgh 0 Howser ss 5000 Lfnrss 5000 Blas'ame 2b 12 21 Jones 2b 4000 which will see the Wave face the with Santa Fe
Cincinnati 1. Los Angeles 0 Brown 2b 3131 Rich'son 2b 5021 Kennedy 3b 51 1 0 Bressoud ss 32 1 0 year will
It"ll Be Good Show Milwaukee 2. Houston 0 Wagner If 4010 Lopez If 5010 Hinton If 4233: Clinton rf 6110 seven Class A schools. meet Orange Park, Fernandina,
San Francisco 2, St. Louis 1 Alvis 3b 4010 Marls rf 4111 King rf 5101 Y'trrskl cf 5011
TODAY'S GAMES Romano c 4000 Treih cf 3210 Skowron Ib 5133: Stuart Ib 5223 Coach Mike Gutierrez said today Green Cove Springs, Macclenny

It's almost fantastic how well a great softball pitcher can (Spahn Houston 4-3)(Johnson 4-4) at Milwaukee \ T Smith cf 1b 4010 3110 Pepitone Howard c Ib 4111 4131Kindall bCottier Kline p 0000 0000 eWilson Malzone 3b 0000 5112 that Eau Gallic, which replaces -and Santa Fe in loop struggles.The .

do. They're a real treat to watch.It New York (Cisco 23) at Chicago (L. \ .F \ Francona rf 4 0 0 0 Boyer 3b 3222 Bromley c 5020 Tillman c 61 2 0 Lyman of Longwood, is Wave enjoyed its best
Jackson 5I -Q 4 Kralick p 2000 Downing p 4021 Lock cf 6000 Meiias If 4020
is to be hoped that the Bombers' magic will restore local Los Angeles (Ortega 3-2) at Cincinnati McMahon paD 0 0 Brink'n ss 4110 Radatz p 1000 the only new foe on the slate. season in 10 years last fall

softball interest Saturday even in the face of a holiday week I Maloney Philadelphia 3-5), night(Bennett 5-3) at Pittsburgh ,t s Siebert aHeld p 0000 1000 cPhillips Koch p Ib 2000 2011 fNixoo Monb'Q'te p 1000 0 0 0 0 The Wave's home contest will when it posted a 71.2 record.

end. Williams and ex-Gator eager Charlie Pike will be play. (Veale 4-3). night bAzcue 0000 Ridzik p 1110 Heffner p 1000 be with Orange Park, North Gutierrez said the PKY B
1 San Francisco (Herbel 2-0) at St. cGrant 0000 Cheney p 0000 awilliams 1 012
ing. Plus Haney and King. Plus two other All-World stars Louis (Simmons 6-2), nightTomorroW's Total :M 2 71 Totals 37 711 7 dZimmer 3b 2 0 0 0 Spanswie p 0 0 0 0 Marion, St. Petersburg Admiral squad would play a half dozen

Ricky Tomlinson and Al Summerford. Milwaukee at ChicagoSan Games S .Walked a-Struck for out Siebert for McMahon in ,th. c In-Ran 7th. b-for Totals 45 914 f Mantilla Totals If 448138 2120 Farragut and Green Cove games next fall. Contests have

They say Summerford is a pure streak on the base paths. Francisco at New York N Azcue in 9th. Washington ........._... 004 301 Oil 11-9 Springs. :been booked with Santa Fe,

Any type of ball he hits on the ground is almost a sure safety.It Cincinnati Angeles at at St.Pittsburgh Louis NLos N Cleveland .................. 000 GOO 011-2 Boston ...........,..... 102 040 110 00-1 Road games are set at Fer- twice; Green Cove Springs,
Houston at Philadelphia N New York ................. 020 103 Olx-7 a.-Singled for Heffner in 5th; bRanfor
will be a good show. If Gainesville fans support it, there E-None. PO-A-Cleveland 24-7 New Skowron in 9th; c-Flied out for nandina Beach, Jacksonville Macclenny, Orange Park and

will be more of the same in the future. If the attendanceis AMERICAN LEAGUEW York 276. LOB-Cleveland .. New York Brinkman In 9th; d-Struck out for Cheney Bolles, Eau Gallie Macclenny Fernandina.The .
L Pet. G B. Tresh. SB- In 9th: e-Ran for Stuart In 11th; f- ,
below expectations, it would seem likely that local softball Chicago 20 10 .667 I Smith.28-Kindall Downing.Howard HR-Brown.2. Maris Lined .out for Radtaz In 11th. and Florida High of Tallahas- schedules:
Baltimore 24 15 .615 tt E Radatz. PO-A Washington 334 Bos-
of And that -
back into the abyss stagnation.
will have to drop New York 20 14 .588 2 zl Boyer. IP H R ERB5SO Ion 3311. LOB-Washington 12 Boston 12.
Minnesota 22 18 .550 3 2B Blaslngame Mepas Mal- Sept. 18, Orange Park Sept.
would be a shame indeed. Kralick L. 40 51.3' 2 2 -Kennedy ;
Cleveland 18 15 .545 3V4 McMahon ....., 2-30: 0 0 1 0 zone. 38-Brinkman. HR-Skowron, Stuart see.It 25 at Fernandina Beach Oct. 2
Boston 20 It Jl 3 4''h 2. Hinton. s-Jones 2, Blasingame ; ,
Siebert .......... 2 4 1 1 0 2 All
CUllght0'1, the Run Detroit 18 20 ..7.. 4 Downing W. 2.1 .. 9 7 2 2 3 6 I Brumley Kline Malzone. DependsCHICAGO North Marion; Oct. 9, at Jacksonville .
Washington 11 26..cot 9 IP H R ER II SO
Los Angeles 16 26 .318 10 WP-Downing 2. U-Stevens.A.fcJW.Valentine Koch ............ 42-365545 Bolles; Oct. 16, at Eau
Kansas City 12 25 .324 11U Napp Rice. T-2:26. Ridzik ......... 3 'S S 1 2 (AP) What are
Florida's. Gators rated 19th in a test college baseball poll. YesterdaY's Results MINNESOTA Twilight LOS Game ANGELES Cheney .......... 1.S. 1 0 Gallic; Oct. 23, at Macclenny;
Just ahead of No. 20 Florida State but behind No. 3 Mississippi I New York 7. Cleveland 2 I abrhbi abrhM Kline W. 4-3 ..... 4 1 1 0 2 2 the costs of training and racing Oct.[ 30, Admiral Farragut; Nov.
Washington 9. Boston 8. 11 innings Monbouquette .... 31-37 6 4 2 4 harness horse
and, No. 12 Auburn. Co-leaders are Missouri and Arizona Detroit 6, Baltimore 3 Versalles 3b ss 4 4010 010 Knoop Pearson 2b cf 4000 4110Rollins Heffner .......... 12-31 1 1 0 0 a ? 6, at Florida High; Nov. 13,
Los Angeles 4-3. Minnesota 1-4 2nd 2111 Spanswtck ....... 21.3 2 1 1 :3 3 "To the owner who must use
State.. game 13 Innings Oliva rf 4020 Thomas rf 3000 Radatz L. 4-3 ..... 32.3.4 1 I 1 5 Green Cove Springs; Nov. 20,
Former Gainesville G-Men teammates of 1956, Jim Me- Chicago at Kansas City 2, rain Allison Killebrew llxf If 4000 31 21 Moran Rodgers 3b c 4121 U-Umont, DI Muro Paparella. Drunv the[ trainer of a public stable, at Santa Fe.
have been reunited with loop- TodaY'S Game Hall cf 1 00. Satriano Ib 4110 mond. T-3:37. A-3.315. the cost may range from $2,500to
Bob Sadowski Pizarro 5-0 at Kansas
Knight: and, Chicago ( City aPower Ib 1010 Kirkpatr'k If 4 0 3) I Night Came
leading Toronto of .the International League this year. Sadow (Pena 53)Tomorrow's Games Battey c 3000 Koppe ss 4000 DETROIT abrhbi BALTIMORE ab r b b! $10,000 for the year," reportsthe Sept. 29, at Santa Fe; Oct. 6,

ski is second baseman, McKnight an outfielder. Both arehitting Baltimore at Los Angeles. N .. Allen bGoryl 2b 2b 2000 1010 Belinsky p 3010 Wert ss-3b 4001 Brandt cf 5110 Harness Racing Institute."It at Green Cove Springs; Oct. 13,
a "" ...
New York at Kansas City. N Lumpe 2b 5011 Apartcto u 3010
all where the Santa Fe 20 at
\\en'o\'er..300 at present. Boston at Minnesota N Stange P 2000 Kaline rf 4111 Snyder If 2020 depends on ; Oct. Macclenny
Chicago at Detroit. N LARRY JOHNSON cMcCab Pleis p 1000 0000 Freehan C 4000 bBowens If 2100 animal is being trained and Oct. 27, at Orange Pa r k;
Cleveland at Washington N Demeter cf :31 1 0 Powell Ib :3011
Trials 22103 I
l a he's tough FSU hitter Totals a-Ran for 3117)Hall in Silts t>-Singled for I cBruton cf 1000 Robinson 3b 5 0 1 0 raced." Nov. 3, Fernandina Beach.
FLORIDA STATE LEAGUEW Allen in Ith; Grounded out tor Wood 3b :3100 Kirkland rf 41 21
r L Pet. G.B. McAuliffe u 0 0 0 o Adair 2t 4010
In ttft.
Ft. Lauderdale 25 13 .658 Stange Cash Ib 4221 Brown
} Daytona Beach 23 15 .605 -2 :. Minnesota ............... Ill ooo ooo-1 Thomas If 3021 McNally c pl.4011 I I gj&uu BOTtias ccuwr.IE*tow Cut RDCU I1I'Jm.85 noor.u%CMJI KUTIII sntrrs.
Corn rowers Lakeland 23 15 .605 2 r Las Altgeles ............... Oil SOS 12x--4 Regan p 2120 Stock p 0000
St. Petersburg 23 16 .590 T/ E-Satrlano VersalieS. PO-A Minnesota Rakow p 2000 aJohnson 0000 .

f Tampa Sarasota 14 19 23 18 .410.590 '5Vt'* % I 24-11 Los Angeles 3713. DP-Allen Totals IS .6 9 HaTalu s UI 1010: 11 3 m
and Allison Rodgers and Knoop; Knoop. .
Miami 13 25 .342 12 ; a-Walked for Stock in 4th; b-Ran for
\fI I, Jet IfJhe, YielrJ Orlando Yesterday's Results 10 27 .270 14V4 LOB Koppe Kirfcpatrtck.Minnesota and Satriano 3.. Belinsky.;Los Knoop Angeles and Moran.7.Satriano.HRKUIebrew in Snyder tth.Detroit. in 5th; c-Struck out for Demeter 1,' r..ara.ewi.

Sarasota 1t Fort Lauderdale :3Orlando sBPearson.Rodgers..
Tampa 4 IP H R ERBBSOtange ,. ................... Ml 211 Ml-4 t
Daytona Beach 7. Lakeland 2 L. 1-4 .. 7 7 2 2 1 5 Baltimore __'.............. oil no 000-3
1 St. Petersburg 14. Miami 2 Pleis ... ........1 2 2 2 1 I
with Du Pont Temerrews Games Belinsky, W. 2.2' 7 1 1 I I i
Daytona Beach at Lakeland E-Wert Robinson. PO-A-Detroit 27-9
(Hall) WPStange.UStewert
NBP-8y Belinsky
Baltimore 27-11. 1
1 Fort Lauderdale at Sarasota Smith.T2:17. -Aparlcto. Adair and
Honochick Runge
Orlando at Tampa Powell; Wert Lumpe and Cash. LOB-
Miami at St. Petersburg Detroit S. Baltimore 11. 1 '
Night Game 28--Cash. 3B-Demeter. HR Kaline.
.rGHEJf brfebi abrhM
IP H. ER IB SO j .
Chile Evens Versal'es u 5 1 2. Plersalt) cf 1000 Regan ........... 4239 3 2 2 4 /
Power 61 1 0 Thomas rf 6525 K
Ib-eb Rakow W, 2.3 ... 114 2 I S 2 2
Rollins 2 2111 Knoop 2b 3220Alien
McNalty 43.3 .. 3 14' 4 3 1 2
2b 4 0 it Moran 3D 5120Obva Stock .....,....... 24. I S I
rf 4011 Adcock: Ib 4011 Hall ...u.___..... 5 3 2 2 1 1
5% -RESISTARTuyIfp" Net Series Allison cf 4121 bDees Ib 2001KBIetnw WPMcHally.Haller., Hurley Flaherty
If 5 11 0 Rodgers C 5010Coryl Carrigan. T-2:39. A-9,06.
2b-3b 4000 Perry rfd 3021fMlncher .,. yb
Ib 21 1 1 cSatrtano u 1 111
'- 45% NITROGEN BRIDGETOWN, Barbados t Zinvnnan c .611 0 Kirtp atr1t If 5 0 11
Arrigo :a..Koppeu :3010
"NI red;"is a tutUy eanonfrrtad source of ([AP)-One set Thursday will decide Dailey p p 0000 dPearson c* 2111 Capable SkipperSTANFORD
auppIementiI mbas..Tbs aaanstore binstonnage R Stigman p :3000 Smith p 2000Duhba
the American Zone Davis
to h**store and spread unnc time p 0000
Conn. (AP)
trd 1abcIr.. Cup series between Chile and aTorres 1000 -
1 R. Lee p 0000eFregosi The Amerir Eagle, the Aurora
the British Caribbean. 1000
I j
LEACH-RESISTANT D. Lee B 1000 Syndicate yacht built at the
Chile evened the best. -fi\'el
.... Totals 414111 Trials 413121 Luders yard here will have
Tk*MtrecM in-NuGrMirll to tM M* b-Ran aweD
tennis: at %-21 --Popped out for Duliba in 7th;
J ftMtcta dwnkaBy.iwW = competition for Adcock 1ft tttu c-Walked for Perry qualified helmsman in skipper ,
THUS MM niatlsa k avabU Wednesday when Patricio Rod Ip Ia tth d-Flied out for Koppe in Mi
,awdlaamlEASY.TOAPPLY Bin Cox of Darien Conn. s
e-Struck out for R. Lee In Wij *- ,
riguez defeated Richard Russell Struck out for Gory in 11th. once trials for the defense of

'%, 1-6, 7-5, 61. Mi-.ta ......... OM 112 SOS 000 1--4 u .
LeIS AJIteIa ........ ooo on oao ooo o a the America's Cup get under
.. k a5oWE shot fair Then David Tate of the British -
E-Moran. PO-A Minnesota 3M2. Los way.
MIkII..y U Mdy sprMd throucb al mequIpnw1r. -of Caribbean, a 17-year-old' 0 Angeles .,5.. DP-Knoop, Koppe and
...R can U bRMdcatf prior IB plant-
q.1IfIfW ciKilgore ......... .... University of Miami student, -A codt.15. LOB-Minnesota II. Los Angees Cox won the International

and Chile's Ernesto Aguirre' awrlte HR-Allison Mlncher. Rodgers.. Sa- class championship four times
Knoop. SF Oliva.IP
played evenly through four sets H. ER II SO and sailed the 12 meter Gleamin The combination so famous
Amigo ......... 71-3' 3 :3 2 7
when darkness halted their ;xDatley .. .. .1 10 0 1 I 1937. almost knows its nickname.Ifyou
match. Stigma, W. 1-3 5 I-Ia: 0 0 :3 4 everyone
the Seed Company Smith .......... 33.35 3 1 2 :3 The American Eagle built at favorite bavr
dll : Aguirre won the first set 6-3, Duliba ......... 11-32 I 1 1 1 don'tjust listen at your
Division of Asgrow Seed Company :..-. ...., R. Lee .......... 1 I I I 2 2 a cost of $250,000, is one of four
Tate took the next two 11-9 and I D. Lee. L. 2.1.... S 3 1 1 1 J Sa Sea gl.am'S: @.djJe SUl ; ,
American boats in the
462-U4I HOWELL x-Faced 2 men In tth.WP pre-race
Alacfcua 441 South Pk." 6-1, and Aguirre squared it by I MARTY -Smith. Honochidc. Runge, ftoSmitn. trials. i'f

to capturing: the fourth set, 62. he'll ,pitch against UF rut T- .e. ..f...1JI. r ,i iI

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Bombers To Show 'Off Ace HurlerThe -

IAuto Seruice enter. 1:
Clearwater Bombers, sev- night at City' Park when they tion the last two years and ager Doug Mason, catcher Don charge of 50 cents for the twin
en times world Softball battle Budweiser in a twin bill named most valuable player McQuinn and a pair of names!bill Saturday. It is the first -
For All Your Car NeidsTAt ::
starting at 7:30 pjn. both seasons, is likely to start familiar to local fans, first One Stop Shaping
including the last two appearance ever of a world Discount-low Prices .-'
baseman Williams and
Weldon Haney, undefeated in one game against the local Bubba
years, will show off one of the world softball tourney competition -team. outfielder Charlie Pike. Williams -!champion softball team in
Gainesville and marks the first SERVICE
game's great hurlers Saturday the last two and played with Budweiser
years na Haney is 5-0 this season and world 1
showing by top ,
I I performers WHILE
and outfielder Charlie Pike. _
has of in!
won a pair games since Herb Dudley pitchedfor YOU
last when the Gainesville
the Atlantic Major Seaboard year Roth Rangers of St. Pet- ouLUtr sl+oP:
-Budiveiser Vs. League which stretches from team won the state crown. ersburg in a Gainesville show- Disco urt
New York to Florida. His play impressed Bomber ing back in 1956.
scouts and he offered
was a
The tough Texan has a blaz-
spot with the Pike
champs. ,
ing ball and a good assort-
played with a Cocoa team last Good CLEAN Cobs
I ,ment of curves and drops. GAINESVILLEDIAMOND
Wings Tonight year.
Shape Pike, a former Gator cage
r Bombers in good
:- Budweiser and Gainesv ill e'' will not count in the standings.Med The for hurlers are even with star, has impressed with his
Swings clash at 7:30 tonight in lusty hitting. He is batting .413
Students CAB
113 200 2-9 9 two double-headers in as many
softball with 12 for 29. Williams is hit-
Ji City League game Post Office 002 003 0-5 4 days against Budweiser. The ting .306.
-that could have much
Onstad and two teams will play a pair at
Icn the 1964 championship. I Puppelo; Hall and Jack Russell Stadium in Clearwater McQuinn is a .400 hitter for I
: Loop leader Budweiser will Avery. Friday night starting at the Bombers while Summerfordand i
-carry a 9-1 record into the Smith Sinclair 001 000 1-2 6 Tomlison also are in the "

game compared to 7-3 for Road Prison 010 002 x-3 1 7:30.Along with Haney the Bombers .300 class. or NIGHT
for the defending -Miller and Mote Goodlet and There will be an admission
Wings. A victory ; have Eddie King, a Univer- :-r: a
Edwards. .
champs will almost sity of Florida graduate who e
lock up the race. If Wings can Fulps 0015207-1514' confined his softball exploitsto
-score another upset triumph, Hav-A-Tampa. 200 000 2 2 intramurals while at the 1 '
:the will be close again. Shake and Rogers;' Shore and 11- '/>
race UF; Tom Conard, former 1 :f ,, f. ,
The 9 p.m. game will match Floyd. Furman and Miami High cage 'j.t ::1 :<,i
Utility ; "
Cleveland Construction Co. Dept. 2010000-36 j
Guy star; and Jack Thompson, a '
:and Schlitz. G'ville Gas 051 000 x-6 5 '.fh'.
newcomer this season. King
Business Games Rooks and Melton; Dur den, has a 5-1 record, Conard is 2-1] ;
Scott and Davis.
In Business League games Sunland and Thompson 1-0. i
020 00- 2 5
Hast night, Medical Students ? .: f.
Livestock 921 Ix-13 11 Lead Bombers : f.J I
-beat Post Office 9-5, Road Prison ; }
Roberts and :
Tierney, Fratella All-World shortstop Ricky :
Smith Sinclair 3-2,
nipped and Jeter. Tomlinson and All-World cen- A .. .
Fulps Radiator crushed Hav- ..... '"- '"- It, .
: \ .
Publix 100030152Penn ter fielder Al Summerford, '\..' .. ,
Gas a f \ .;.
Gainesville "
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Chem 020 241 x-94 real demon the bases 'c. \ .. .;? \.
6-3 ; speed on ::: ...::
downed Utility Department it : ->
1 I
.Gainesville Livestock trimmed Dykes, Hall and Curry, Cook; will lead the Bombers along -" "'4} v ti J".j.,It--, ",-,1 -
Perry, Dinkins and Poore. baseman anod
Center 13-2 with third man- 1 e
'unland) Training .
and Penn Chem beat Publix 9-5. _

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Gainesville. ayttJ I Young Old Nuxhall touts. 1 I

By MURRAY CIIASS kee's 2-0) victory over Houston. Skinny Brown of Houston. In by'a pitch. Both advanced on a suffered his first defeat after 19 runs. They gave starter 1 innings.

Associated Press Sports Writer The 24-year-old Fischer increased another NL shutout, Art Ma- passed ball. An intentional walk four triumphs.The Jackson the usual support- The Cubs put the game away

.Yt When Joe Nuxhall was throw- his record', to 5-2 and haffey threw a four-hitter as with one out loaded the bases. Mets calmed down after runs in the 51-3 innings in'i the first when Ron Santo

t ing newspapers onto front ,lowered his earned-run average Philadelphia halted Pittsburgh'sfivegame Two runs then scored as Rusty their uncharacteristic outburstthe pitched. Jackson, now 3-6, in one run and scored
before when they scored ,not had a run scored for him Ernie Banks' single.
porches, Hank Fischer was toss- to 2.75. Nuxhall, 35-year-old veteran winning streak 2-0. Staub bobbled a throw that day

ing toys out of his. playpen. won his fourth game Juan Marichal limited St. Louisto would have completed an inning-I ,

N Two decades later, Nuxhall against three defeats and reduced seven hits in San Francisco's ending double play. a

and Fischer are throwing shut- his ERA to 3.30. 2.1 triumph while Dick Ells- Mahaffey completed his first;

outs at National League oppo- worth and Chicago stopped New game in eight starts, holding the,

nents. At Age' 15 York 7-1 on seven hits. Pirates to two doubles by Dick

Each pitcher recorded his The Cincinnati southpaw went i Nuxhall got the better of the Schofield and singles by Donn I

third shutout Wednesday night, from delivering newspapers in Dodgers' Sandy Koufax, who allowed -Clendenon and Smoky Burgess.Bob SPRING SPECIAL!

,5 >high in the league this season. Hamilton, Ohio, to pitching in the Reds just three hits Friend lost his fourth game:

k d& 9 ; k :;Cincinnati's Nuxhall stopped the the major leagues at the age oi ,but still dropped his fourth against four victories. I

tHANK t Stumbling Los Angeles Dodgers 15. That was in 1944 when Fischer game in eight decisions. Nuxhall Doubles by Clay Dalrymple I

1-0 six hits while Fischer was four years old. didn't walk a man and aTowed and Cookie Rojas and Richie'
I Fires Hard hurled a four-hitter in Milwau- When the Braves' right-hand :only two Dodgers to reach se: I Allen's single in the third gave
er entered organized baseball in ond base. I the Phillies their runs.
1959 Nuxhall already had been ;, I II
Score First' I '- Record
for 15 years. In fact,
I playing Nuxhall led The Reds scored in the firston Marichal brought his record to

t e a the four league years in before shutouts, with five. a walk to Pete Rose, Tommy' 7-1 as the Giants stayed close: 'IGv

Fischer's victory Wednesday; Harper's infield hit and a bloop to the first-place Phillies. He got,

ANEW YORK CHICAGO ... Night Gam night overshadowed the two-hit single by Vada Pinson. out of tight situations three different i
I alt r" bI brhb LOS ANGELES CINCINNATI Tht Braves scored two runs times. Chuck Hiller and'
'Smith Ib 4120 Stewart 2b 31 0 I 0 alt r" bI abrhbi performance of his opponent,
Hunt 3000 Brock rf 5012 Wills! ss 4000 Rose 2b 2100 for Fischer in the fourth. Ed Duke Snider opened the game I' ...
t 12b2b 1010 Williams If J .1 1 0 I Gilliam 3b 4020 Harper H' 4 0 2 0 I Mathews singled and went to lath consecutive home runs off
Thomas If 3000 Santo 3b 5211 1 T. Davis If 10 r 0 Pinson cf 4011 1
'Hickman' d 101 1 Banks Ib 4131 Howard rf 4000 Johnson Ib :3000' second when Ty Cline was hit', the Cardinals' Bob Gibson, who l!
) .Chr'pher rf 3 0 1 0 Rodgers si 11 21CSmith 1t McMullen Ib 4 0 0 0 Robinson rf 1 0 0 0 /
3b 10 1 0 Berlell C 4011JMcMillan Camllll e 3020 Cardenas ss 3 0 0 0 _" '11 ""' I
U 101 0 Cowan cf 4121CannUaro aW. Davis 0000 Boros 3b 2000 ,-- j1JAJOR 1 : !JN.Jlllltiiilli; lfr! I : dil'I111:' :1t' ',. 1, .. ,I, \ \I'"
t c 4 0 0 Ellsworth p 3 0 0 0 Roseboro c 0000 Edwards c 3000 (, ll ll"k I ,ll I,
.Jackson p 2000 Parker cf :3000 Nuxhall p 3000 LEAGUE
) Anderson p coo Trace-ski 2b 3 0 0 0 I
-.Gender -1000 Koufax p 2000
'Wakefield P 0 0 0 0 bWalls 1000 'WLEADERSI'
'Totals .. 171 .T.uls 34 711 7 Miller p 0000
Srounded? out for Anderson In lh.OM Totals 32 0 i 0 Totals 25 1 11
I .. .. ..... 000 1111.-1 a-Ran for Camilli in 8th; b-Struck l
New..Y artt.- ....".....201 00) 01X-7 out for Koufax In 8th.
Chica**-J" Les Angeles .............. 000 000 000-1 NATIONAL LEAGUE ,
None PO-A-New Yrto5ew2413. 271'. D e art Chicago; .396; Mays San Francisco.
f Bank. LOB-New York 7, Chicago f.f E-None. PO-A-Los Angeles 24-7. Cincinnati ..3U.I ?
2B--Brockf eB-Santo. SB-Banks Rod- 27-7. DP-Tracewskl, Wills and Runs Mays. San Francisco. 37;; putt fl $
McMullen; Johnson unassisted. LOB-Los I 30. I Ip l
Pittsburgh ; II I'
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IP H R ER II so Angeles 5. Cincinnati s. Runs batted In Mays. San Francisco II j II Ill lh: )
1 Jackson.-U.M .. 5,.3 7 < 6 2 5I SB-Robinson, NuxhalLIP 40; Boyer. St. Louis. 33. ;I,: Col Ii' I b Veoar
....12.33 0 0 1 0Wakeflekl H R ER 18 50 Hits Clemente. Pittsburgh 60; Torre ,
Anderson !
:....1 1 1 1 0Ellswotlhr I"w.&e'.d Koufax U 4-4.... 7 3 1 1 5 7 Milwaukee, 56. tillilu l rll s-eooa
.2. 1 Miller .......... 1 0 0 0 0 1 1Nuxllall. Doubles Clemente. Pittsburgh 13; .
HBP-BV (sVar,1. h W 4-3.. 9 6 a 0 a 6 Williams. Chicago; Torre Milwaukee I ,; llldl
Harvey. Veraon. 'Wey r, Conlan. 1-135. U-Burkhart. Sudol, Pryor, Secory. T- and Groat St. Louis 10. 1 l
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1:12. A-I0,262. Triples Santo Chicago. 5; Clemente
I Night Game Pittsburgh .. Francisco. I r' SPORTS CAR OR SPORTS SEDAN
abrhbi abrhbi HOUSTON MILWAUKEEab 17; Howard. Los Angeles 13. I'w N.:
"Rolas 2b 4121 Schofield ss 3020 r h bi ab r h MSpangler Stolen bases Wills Los Angeles. I''
'Allen 3b 4011 Virdon cf 4000 If 4020 Mathews' 3b 3110 15; Harper. Cincinnati. 9. I' YOUR CHOICE
TCaJilson rf 101 0 Clemente rt 10 0 0 Fox 2b 3000 Cline cf :3100 Pitching (5 decisions) Farrell. Hous-
.Coyingtpn If;.4 0 0 0 Lynch if 3000 Nottebart p. 0 0 0 0 Aaron rf 3000 on. and ManchaU San Francisco. 71. ,
,.Win ss 0000 Burgess c 4010 white cf.2J) 4000 Torre c 2000 .875.
.Gonzalez cf 4000 Freese 3b 4000 Bond rf 4010 Carty If :3000 Strikeouts Koufax. Los Angeles. i p "IIf)!
..HvTn Ib-lt 401 Clenden'n Ib 3 0 1 0 Staub lb-cf 4010 Oliver Ib 3010 61; Marichal, San Francisco 59. Il' yp
I ,Dalrymple c :3 1 10 Mazer's! 2b :3 0 0 0 Aspro'nte 3b 2 0 0 Ode la Hoz 2b :3000 iIIIpI II II'i
Amaro ss-lb 4020 Friend p 2000MahaHey Bateman c 3000 Boiling 2b 0000 AMERICAN LEAGUE nl''''l lit 196I' B 5.
p. 1 0 0 0 Kasko ss 3000 Menke ss 2000 Batting (75 at bats) Oliva Minnesota l I ''I '
_. V 3000McKean p 0000 Brown p 2000 Fischer. p 3000 .3811 Hinton, Washington, 354. RO.E.
Totals 31212 Totals 31 0 4 0aPopped Roberts Ib 1 0 0 0 Runs Oliva. Minnesota. :34; Rollins.
out for Friend In Slh.Philadelphia Totals 30 010 Totals 25220 Minnesota 33.
--Grounded out for Brown In 8th. Runs batted In Stuart Boston and In Florida people have a
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E-None. PO-A-Philadelphia 27-5. Pills Washington, 57. taste for good living and
"burgh 21.12. LOB-Philadelphia. 7, Pitts- -Staub. PO-A Houston 24-13 Milwaukee Doubles Rollins. Minnesota 11; _
6.32Schofield. 218. DP-Kasko, Fox and Staub. Bressoud Boston and Mathews Kansas
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I .Friend..U4-. ._1 6 2 2 1 7 Nottebart ..1 a a 0 a 1 Home rims Killebrew Minnesota ayti mac GMC cams
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SAN FRANCISCO ST. LOUISabrhbi and Hinton, Washington 5. since 1795 is part of the scene. .. .,
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Hiller 2b 4111 Flood cf 4010, and Plzarro Chicago 5-0,1.000.
Snider rf 4111 Clemens H 1 a 1 0M.Alou Mets Take Strikeouts Radatz, Boston 60; Wick. 8S PROOF KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY DISTILLED AND
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Totals a-Filed out 32252 for Blgson Totals In 8th.31 71 York Mets have started accepting Tigers signed Dave Campbell CHEVELLE by Chevroletvacation

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r- : : INDIANAPOLIS (AP) Par but the roar came today to Open with a sore hand, and his vious Speedway back nine 1-

may have been a paper tiger shatter the coveted silence they best finish to date was fourthin standard of 30.

6 ya for the 55 pros who whipped it demand. the San Diego Open. First prize of $12,000 goes to f

: ::: In Midget Play in the first round of the $70,000 Thirty-three of the fastest- Led Assault the winner. The field will be l

Speedway Open golf tourney, and possibly loudest-cars in Archer led the host of assaultson sliced to the top 90 and ties forFriday's ;
third round. The golfers t
r 500-mile-race history had two the 35-36-71 par. Joe Campbell -
topped In other Midget baseball hours of carburetion tests on former golf and basketballstar take a holiday Saturday for i

i Life Underwriters 6-1 in a Rebel National Bank won from Sudden a 2 I Ie Iro the course. They'll sound off in at Purdue, and Harold the race and conclude play on ,I

League game at City Park Service Oil 6-1 in Western gameat f ScoundrelTo preparation for the 48th race (Catfish) Kneece, Aiken, S.C., Sunday.

1 yesterday as hurler Scruggs Littlewood, Citizens Bank had 4r Saturday. knotted in second with 65s. Doug Billy Casper, 1962 Speedway !
1 '- limited the losers to a lone hit.t to go" an extra inning to nip ;; Lean and lanky Californian Sanders, George Bayer and Kel champ, had a 68 and topped

First Federal 10-8 in a Dixie Miss George Archer set the pace Nagle held down third with 66s. former winners. Dow Finster-

encounter' Sidney Lanier and Wednesday, racing around the Archer's seven birdies on the wald, defending champion, posted .

t Moose coasted to a 19-4 won 6,467-yard spread with a seven- back nine produced the second- a 70. Two-time winner Doug l'

Moose NATIONAL ab r h Chestnut's LEAGUE Ib r II over Chesnut's in a National .1 Big; RaceCHERRY under-par 64 that included a best nine-hole score of the sea I Ford was two over par at 73.

.C Hope 1 1 1 J. Bianchi 2 1 2 clash at Kirby Smith. x record 29 on the incoming nine. son topped only by Bob Jack Nicklaus, leading money

I McDavid Underwood 11 1 0 0 1 Sanders D. Wooley 2 1 0 0 0 0 The American League fray .: : rH : HILL, N.J. (AP- The rookie pro had dropped out Charles' 28 last week at Mem-I winner on the current tour, hada

Martin McGee 5 010 4 4 Tomlinson F. Blanch! 3 11 1 0 0,between Gainesville Buildingand ., ,. An injury has forced The Scoundrel -of last weekend's Memphis phis. Six players owned the pre- 72. j

-J Trimmer 1 0 0 Marval 1 0 0Culnten Hughes Supply was unre- .. out of the $100,000-added ,- ..4 I lWI -
4 3 3 R. Bass 3 01I ported. ._ _. Jersey Derby at Garden State '
Lott 1 lOT. Bass 0 0 0 :.pDi I.
1 Whitney 01 0 Wheeler 0 0 0, Whiffs 12 (;f Saturday and moved Roy Stur-
Daughtery 21 2 Engle 2 0 1 BILL ETHERIDGE GETS POINTER gis' Mr. Brick into the favored SPECIAL 4i
: Wright 2 1 1 5. Duncan 1 01! Scruggs struck out 12 in Pest I
... Williamson 1 OlDen. Wooley S 01 Control's victory. Lewis and From The Citadel Coach Rairden WESTINGH.OUSE
Ferber 3 0 1 Jones 1 0 0 role.The
Dees 4 1 1 Walters 1 1 1 Yates each had two hits for the Scoundrel, purchased last

Totals 2t It 15 Totals 23 41 winners while Hunt got the lone Bill week for $500,000 by San Fran- __ .... t

REBEL LEAGUE safety for the losers. Four runs Etheridge cisco sportsman Kjell Qvale, .-_.. ____
} Fie. P. C. ab m Lt. undwrt. ab r h u
... Dampier rf 1 01 Rodgers cf 100 in the fifth sewed up the win. was declared out of the race F
-- Yeomans dIDOS. Wilson lb 000 Pearson had three hits and Wednesday after an examination -
Roundtree If 000 Long ss 200
;, Lewis 3bAndrews 222 Casey p :300 Ayers two for First National 1 RecordsCHARLESTON by Dr. A. C. Colando, a
lb 2 1 0 Hunt 3b 21 1 Racks =
Bank in the triumph over veterinarian. Trainer Mesh Ten- '
.. Scruggs p 21 0 T. Wilson cOO 0 --=- =
Yates ssGarrett :312 Duncan If 100 Sudden Service. ney estimated The Scoundrel == = _
300 Harrell 2b 000 .
1- Rapier 2b c 200 Poole rf 100 First Federal scored five runs would be out of action for at H :; E'=- I
Wilson rf 1 0 0 Jones cf 200 in the bottom of the sixth to tie S. C. Bill tercollegiate crown last season. least six months. I ; ; ;; ; m ;H@@ m H _;fi _mm EHW i iI
Condo rf 100 Davis c 200 Etheridge Jr., son of the Gainesville Etheridge captured 60 pointsout
Citizens Bank at 8-8 but the I II
= Monroe rf 3 01 Pepin If 1 0 0 This means the 3yearoldcolt I
Rockey If 01 0 Franklin 2b 200 latter pushed over two runs in Golf and Country Club pro, of a possible 89 during his which finished second in ..... ,!
: Leland If 100 weems rf 100 and I I
has walked off with another three seasons of competition I III
Hem If 000 the seventh for the victory. the Preakness and third in the -
Totals 21 f I Totals 111 1 Citadel. 22 dual matches while los-
golf trophy here at The won .
Florida Past Control .. I 1211 x-4 Randy Roberts and TommyHenderson Kentucky Derby under the colors I II
... Lift Underwriter ........ 010000-1 each had two hits for, Etheridge tied for medalist ing only six and tying four. of Rex Ellsworth, will miss I II

:.: WESTERN LEAGUE the winners. Robbie Newburyhad making the biggest contributionto Perhaps the key to Ether- the Belmont Stakes at New York I
e-- Wolfson Sud. Serv.rfSlaughter ab 1 r 0 N 0 1st Kultert Natnl p-rt Bk ab 421 r h three hits and Steve Orton the Cadet golf program.The idge's value to the Cadet squadis June 6. II I I
-. rf 201 Jones ss 411: two for the losers. I the fact that he never shot
Dr. Colando said the horse I
Proctor cf 100 Clayton 2b 110 senior standout made a
-: Yates cfCrenshaw 100D. Ayers 2b 200 Big Inning shambles of The Citadel record higher than 76 in any tourna- "had an acute inflammation of
cf 1005. P-rs'n Dab 303 I
.,,. Wilmot IfHenory 1 0 0 D. Pearson c 3 01 Moose had a 10-run fourth in- book during his career. ment he entered. the superficial flexor tendon of
.. If 100 Bonner 3b 100 Cadet Coach Monte Rairden, "
... ning to lock its win. The the left foreleg.
Simpson If 100 Anderson rf 2 0'1 up Theridge tied for medalist
who also is former
s- Beard lb :311 Tomlinson lb 1 0 0 victors started with four runs a golf men- He added that he was sure no comfort :
Suter ss 2 0 1 Hill lb 210 honors in the Southern Confer- tor at Gainesville High, said, 5000 BTU's of cooling
Sapp 3bShelton 200 Hall cf 100 in the first and three in the permanent damage has been
p 2 0 1 S. Ayers Cf 212' second. Quintero homered with ence tournament this year as "Bill could have made any college done and with the proper rest, Weighs only 59 pounds. Installs quickly Mo {el MCE0572
2bAdams 200 3b 100 the Cadets their first team
Lea McKinley won
team in the country, and with ZIP Kit. f'
The Scoundrel could return to
C Benton If 200 two on and Martin with one on
Totals 221 3 Totals 2t 4 f would have been No. 1 playeron 115 volts 7.5 amps. it
Sudden Service ...,.,.. 011000-1 for Moose. Martin had four hits title.He racing.It Operates on ".
lit National Bank ....'. 30110 X-4 and Quintero three. J. Bianchi also won the conferencetitle most of them. was presumed that The plugs in like a lamp. 4 9 5

.. DIXIE LEAGUE had a pair for Chesnut's. and the South Carolina In- 'A player of his ability can Scoundrel's condition developed Powerful 2-Speed Fan gives choice of ,

.a. Cit B.zakn a vrclelst Federal ab r h Today's games: serve as an example for a team Wednesday morning when he comfort selections. '
Citz. Bank ab r McCallum ss 400
,.. Lewis rf :311 Sabatella lb 100 National, Carlos Hope vs. Arnie Takes For many years by the record was given a long gallop over the Plus: No-Rust Aluminum Wrapper,
Roberts p-ss 422 Weseman 2b 310 he leaves behind and the Chassis Permanent-
Greene ss-lb 300 Newbury cf 423: Lions at Kirby Smith; American remarkable track. Zinc-Coated ,
Crosby ss-lb 3 00 Orton 3b 12 1 University City Lions vs. performances he Mr. Brick will be ridden by Washable Filter.
: Gassett Ib-p 41 1 Shepard If 311 Second Look
Henderson 3b 4 2 2 Yoxley rf 100 D.O.W at Finley; Western, Ki- gave. Bobby Ussery. VENT CONTROL

M_ Young E. Berry 2b cf 400 1 2 0 Wakeman Means C p-lb 301 110 wanis vs. Fire Department at Seven starters, possibly eight,j I ADJUSTABLE THERMO
Dan Cobb If 0 1 0 Vergason p 100 Littlewood; Dixie, Johnson & WASHINGTON (AP) Mas- are expected in the iYa-mile!
.... D. Berry rf 210 Orton rf 100 Buddy League
D. Cobb cf 20 OPittman rf 01 0 Faris vs. North Central Baptistat ters champion Arnold Palmer Jersey Derby. I
Herring If 100 I Stephen Foster; Rebel, Kirk- Roman Brother, owned by! HICKS RADIO & APPLIANCES
Roberts If 000 planned his second look today at
... Boys ReportAll
Totals 32101 Totals 21 11 patrick & Pierson vs. Shopping Harbor View Farms, will be en-i
-' Bank 141101 2-10 the Congressional Country Club
Citizens First Federal........ 0102050 Center at City Park. Jaycee Buddy Baseball tered in the race, said trainer "
course, where he will shoot for players will report to the Boys'Club Burley Parke. Roman Brother 20 YEARS YOUR WESTINGHOUSE DEALER"
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Saturday for team assign- i

I 'Soapbox Inspection 1820. ments! Reporting time: 9 and bers. __d_ __ __ }

"I'll probably play the coursea 10 year olds, 9:30 a.m. 11-

m Scheduled Saturday couple more times after this 13 year olds, 11; 7 and 8 year

'J before checking in on the Tues- olds, 1 p.m.Tomorrow. hoT
I Jaycee Tropical Pontiac racers for competition in two all-time leading money winner is the last day for

Derby chairman Windy Wilkerson derbies, Wilkerson said. All said. boys who have not been classi- + _

today announced an inspec- Gainesville entrants will be fied previously. Players will be
"I'm hard
working on my -
tion of',soapbox"racers, at the taken to Jacksonville by the classified according to their
game. I'm driving okay. If I can
Boys' Club on the Waldo Road ,Jaycees to compete in that. get in the putting groove, I think ability in batting, throwing, and CAR $SALE DEALS

from 3 to 5 p.m. Saturday. He I city's Soapbox Derby on July I'll have a good chance." catching. Any players who will
said all boys entered in the July 11. The winner of this race will be out of town Saturday should
Palmer said he doesn't think
18 event are requested to have receive a trip to Akron, Ohio,, contact the Boys' Club so ar- nom w
he has well since 1960-
their racers ready for this im- to participate in the National 1 putted rangements may be made for
portant inspection."The Soapbox Derby for a prize of a the year that he came closest to team placement. 3'; ; Any PlymouthIn
winning professional grand
$5,000 .
college scholarship.One
purpose of this Inspec- slam (the U.S. and British VINYL FLOOR TILE t: y x.: f iha kyt I Stock
tion is to check on both the week later, on July 18,, Opens, the Masters and PGA in
amount and quality of the work the boys will compete in the ). 42 COLORS IN STOCK
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the boys have completed to dateon local event to be held on Wesl t"I 10.Qtf! TILE PER| COST PLUS

their racers," he said. "It University Avenue (Gator Hill) feel one of these days I'm Sinclair Eaton Co.

is vital that all contestants have The .winner will receive a trip I going to break out in a putting y 3 ..ay
their racers at the Boys' Club to Nassau and other awards, rash," he said. 716 N. Main St.

for this official inspection."
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Wilkerson said that Derby .
May 21-May 31 is
officials are still in need of at

least 17 local businessmen to Brand Names Week. NOW THROUGH
act as sponsors for boys who
want to participate in the race. Buy a leadership brand SATURDAY

"Forty-five boys have signed This is the perfect time to select a new MAY 30

., up for the race but so far only
summer suit and have it ready to wear
28 local businessmen have
said. on the first warm day. The famous Hart
agreed to be sponsors, he
Schaffner& Marx label is
"We must have an additional h Trumpeter '
17 sponsors in order provide an infallible guide to what is correct in

one for each event" fashion. .to superior tailoring. .to ,

The boys need sponsors to assist dollar-for-dollar value. These are the d I x h -

them in purchasing the I i! reasons why Hart Schaffner & Marx I

special wheels and steering is almost six times better known i

mechanisms required by the j than any other brand of men's I

National Soapbox Derby rules suits. The clothing in our I

and regulations Wilkerson ex-'I HS&M Summer '64 collection

plained. Any Gainesville area represents the high standardsand I i
business may sponsor a racer. satisfaction I
i The sponsor's fee is $40. complete
you expect from .
To help the boys build their

racers, Gainesville Jaycees Hart Schaffner
hold work clinics at the Boys'
1 Marx
Club from 7 to 9:30 p.m. on

Tuesdays, Wednesdays and PAA
Thursdays and from 10 a.m. to I

3 p.m. on Saturdays.The ,

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.. Chevrolet in 9 out of 10 tests at Raceway Park in red-hot deals on the same red-hot car...

CARRIEREvery aRArI Indianapolis. These tests covered performance, Plymouth! If you'd like to own a get-up-and-go

braking and gas economy. In other words, "things car and get a terrific deal at the same time, head .

Sun carrier you buy a car for"! for your Plymouth Dealer's!
salesman is "in business HS&M VIRACLE SUIT from our Summer
for himself." He '64 Collection.VlracU Is HS&M's miracle I At Plymouth' request, Nationwide Consumer Testing Institute bought the comparably equipped V-s directly from dealer showrooms hired the ,
blend of finespun wool and Dacron I driven supplied the officials made the rules and supervised the entire competition. See your Plymouth Dealer for details of"Test Track,U.S.A."
buys his papers at polyester that resists wrinkles and keeps I .

wholesale and sells its Just-pressed good looks through the TEST DRIVE THE TEST TRACK CHAMP AT:
them at retail. ThE hottest summer day. In choice of
summer's favored -'u- .. .
difference Is his profit.
and patterns. SI5.OO
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;R:5JI : 'Pests' Defeat ; '. Speedway Par Crumbling J

::: Underwriters .. : INDIANAPOLIS (AP) Par but the roar came today to''Open-with a sore hand, and his vious Speedway back nine ,

may have been a paper tiger hatter[ the coveted silence they best finish to date was fourthin standard of 30

I for the 55 pros who whipped it iemand. the San Diego Open. First prize of $12,000 goes to

:. In Midget Play in the first round of the $70,000 Thirty-three of the fastest- Led Assault the winner. The field will be

., aS Speedway Open golf tourney, and possibly loudest-cars iniOOmiIerace Archer led the host of assaultson sliced to the top 90 and ties forFriday's '
third round. The golf-
f history had two the 35-36-71 par. Joe Camp-
: Florida Pest Control topped In other take holiday Saturday for
Midget baseball hours of carburetion tests on bell, former golf and basketballstar ers a
t Life Underwriters 6-1 in a Rebel National Bank won from Sudden lie course. They'll sound off in at Purdue, and Harold the race and conclude play on l'
League at City Park Service Oil 6-1 in Western Sunday.
game game ScoundrelTo for the 48th
1 preparation race (Catfish) Kneece, Aiken, S.C.,
: yesterday as hurler Scruggs at Littlewood, Citizens Bank had Y 1962: Speedway
_. Saturday:> knotted in second with 65s. Doug Billy Casper,
limited the losers to a lone hit. to go'an extra to and !
inning nip champ had a 68 topped
_I Lean and lanky Californian Sanders, George Bayer and Kel
First Federal lab in Dixie Miss Finster-
a George: Archer set the pace Nagle held down third with 66s.Archer's I former winners. Dow
encounter'at Sidney Lanier and wald, defending champion, post-
t Wednesday, racing around the seven birdies on the
Moose coasted to a 19-4 won: with back nine the second- ed a 70. Two-time winner Doug 1
f produced
NATIONAL LEAGUE I Race 5,467-yard spread a seven- I
Chesnut's in National
over Big at 73.
t MoosI.1t r It Cbestnut' .b r II I under 1 -par 64 that included a best nine-hole score of the sea- Ford was two over par
Hope 1 1 1 J. Bianchi 21 2 clash at Kirby Smith.
f McDavid. 1 1 Sanders 1 0 0 1 record 29 on the incoming nine. son topped only by BobCharles' Jack Nicklaus, leading money
1 Underwood 10 g D, wootey 2 0 : The American League fray I CHERRY HILL, N.J. (AP)- I The rookie pro had dropped out 28 last week at Mem-I winner on the current tour, hada I
McGee 01 F. Banchl( 31 between Gainesville Buildingand An injury has forced The
Martin 5 1 I Tomlinson 11 0 Scoun- I of last weekend's Memphis phis. Six players owned the pre- 72. f
-- Trimmer 1 0 0 Marval 1 0 0 Hughes Supply was unre- drel out of the $100,000-added .. -
Culnten. 3 3 R. Bass 3 0 1 ported. -
Jersey Derby at Garden
: 1 Lott 1 1 : T. Bass : : : I ____________nn __ __ ; State
Whitney 0 1 Wheeler Whiffs 12 Saturday and moved Roy Sturgis -\

:- i Wright Daughtery 21 21 2 1 Engle. Duncan 1 2 01 01 Scruggs struck out 12 in Pest BILL ETHERIDGE GETS POINTER Mr. Brick into the favored' WESTINGHOUSE SPECIAL ,

_... Williamson 1 0 1 Den. Wooley 3 01 Control's victory. Lewis and i From The Citadel Coach Rairden 'I I
Ferber 3 0 1 Jones 100 role.The
DUI 1 1 1 Walters 1 1 1 Yates each had two hits for the Scoundrel, purchased last
Totals 211115 Totals 2J 4 7h I (
winners while Hunt got the lone Bill week for $500,000 by San Francisco .

REBEL LEAGUe safety for the losers. Four runs Etheridge sportsman Kjell Qvale,I ._ .__ ._
-.. Fl. P. C. .b r It Lt. Undwrt. .b r II U.= __
Dampier rf 1 01 Rodgers cf 1 00 in the fifth sewed up the win. was declared out of the race 1
--. Yeomans cf 1 0 0 S. Wilson Ib 000 Pearson had three hits and Wednesday after an examina-
Roundtree If 000 Long ss 200 1
Lewis 3bAndrews 222 Casey p :300 Ayers two for First National tion by Dr. A. C. Colando, a
Ib 21 0 Hunt 3b 21 1 Racks Records
Bank in the triumph over veterinarian. : =:iiBNIp
Scruggs p 21 0 T. Wilson cOO 0 Trainer Mesh Ten- ;
Yates ssGarrett 312 Duncan If 100 Sudden Service. ney estimated The Scoundrel ,
2b 300 Harrell 2b 000
... Rapier c 200 Poole rf 100 First Federal scored five runs would be out of action for at I !"' OO
Wilson rf 100 Jones cf 200 in the bottom of the sixth to tie CHARLESTON S. C. Bill tercollegiate crown last season. least six months. I Hmm m;: m m mmWm ;
Condo rf 100 Davis c 200 Hm
Etheridge Jr.,son of the Gaines- Etheridge captured 60 pointsout
Monroe rf 3 01 Pepln If 100 Citizens Bank at 8-8 but the This ,
Rockey If 01 0 Franklin 2b 200 latter pushed two in ville Golf and Country Club pro, of a possible 89 during his means the 3yearoldcolt i II I
over runs
: Leland If 100 weems rf 100 which finished second in II I
Hem IfTotals 000 the seventh for the victory. has walked off with another three seasons of competition and I ,Ip I
.. 21 i Totals 111 1 the Preakness and third in the
golf trophy here at The Citadel. won 22 dual matches while los-
Florida Pest Central .... 0 0 2 0 4 x-4, Randy Roberts and Tommy i ii
......... six and Kentucky Derby under the colors -
Lift underwriters 010000-1 Henderson each had two hits for Etheridge tied for medalist ing only tying four. of Rex Ellsworth, will miss $i I

..- WESTERN LEAGUE the winners. Robbie Newburyhad making the biggest contributionto Perhaps the key to Ether- the Belmont Stakes at New York
Sud. Serv. ab r h 1st Natnl Bk ab r h I
.. Wolfson rf 100 Kultert p-rf 121Slaughter three hits and Steve Orton. the Cadet golf program.The idge's value to the Cadet.squad June 6. ,
rf 2 0 1 Jones ss 411 two for the losers. is the fact that he never shot
'r Proctor cf 100 Clayton 2b 110 senior standout made a Dr. Colando said the horse r
Yates cfCrenshaw 1 0 0 D. Ayers 2b 2 0 0 higher than 76 in any tourna-
shambles of The Citadel record "had acute inflammation
Inning an
: cf 1 0 0 S. P'rs'n p.3b :303 F
.. Wilmot If 1 0 0 D. Pearson C 3 0 1 Moose had a 10-run fourth Inning -, book during his career. ment he entered. the superficial flexor tendon of I
_. Henry If 1 0 0 Bonner 3b 100 Cadet Coach Monte Rairden
.-. Simpson If 1 0'0 Anderson rf 2 0"1p to lock up its win. The I Theridge tied for medalist the left foreleg."
who also is
Beard Ib 31 1 Tomlinson Ib 1 0 0 victors started with four runs a former golf men- He added that he was sure no
Suter ss 2 01 Hill Ib 21 0 honors in the Southern Confer- tor at Gainesville said BTU's of cooling comfort
High 5000
Sapp 3bShelton 200 Hall cf 100 in the first and three in the i permanent damage has been
.. pLea 200 201s. Ayers Cf 21 2 second. Quintero homered with. ence tournament this year as "Bill could have made any college -done and with the proper rest, Weighs only 59 pounds. Installs quickly Model{ MCE0572Operates
2bAdams McKinley 3b 100 the Cadets won their first team
team in the and
-- C 200 Benton If 200 two on and Martin with one on country, The Scoundrel could return to with ZIP Kit
Totals 221 1 Totals 2t < f would have been -
: No.
Sudden Service 010000-1 for Moose. Martin had four hits title.He racing.It "
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1st National Bank ...... 21131x-4 and Quintero three. J. Bianchihad also won the conferencetitle most of them. was presumed that The plugs in like a lamp. 4 95

DIXIE LEAGUE a pair for Chesnut's. and the South Carolina In- "A player of his ability can Scoundrel's condition developed Powerful 2-Speed Fan gives choice! of .

... Cit .B.Bank zakn a ab vrclelst r; h McCallum Federal ss ab 400 r hCitz. Today's games: serve as an example for a team Wednesday morning when he comfort selections.

,.. Lewis rf 311 Sabatella Ib 100 National, Carlos Hope vs. Arnie Takes for many years by the recordhe was given a long gallop over the Plus: No-Rust Aluminum Wrapper,
Roberts 12 2 Weseman 2b 310
Greene ss-lb 300 Newbury cf 423 Lions at Kirby Smith; American leaves behind and the remarkable -track. Zinc-Coated Chassis, Permanent-
Crosby ss-lb 300 Orton 3b 421 University City Lions vs. performances he Mr. Brick will be ridden by Washable Filter.
:: Gassett 11>-p 411 Shepard If 311 Second Look
: Henderson 3b 12 2 Yoxley rf 100 D.O.W at Finley; Western, Ki- gave. Bobby Ussery. VENT CONTROL
Young 2b 400 Wakeman P-lb 301 wanis Fire at Seven starters, possibly eight
E. Berry cf 1 2 0 Means c 110 vs. Department ADJUSTABLE THERMO
I Dan Cobb If 0 1 0 Vergason p 100 Littlewood; Dixie, Johnson & WASHINGTON (AP) Mas- are expected in the 1mile
... D. Berry rf 210 Orton rf 100 I
I Buddy
w D. Cobb cf 20 Opittman rf 010 Faris vs. North Central Baptistat ters champion Arnold Palmer League Jersey Derby.
+ Herring If 100 Stephen Foster; Rebel, Kirk- Roman Brother, owned by HICKS RADIO & APPLIANCES
... Roberts If 000 planned his second look today at Boys
.. Totals 32 10 7 Totals 21 I patrick & Pierson vs. Shopping Harbor View Farms, will be en-
141002 2-10 the
Citizens First Federal Bank ......... 01 0 2 0 S toI I'Soapbox .Center at City Park. Congressional Country Club Jaycee Buddy Baseball tered in the race, said trainer
course, where he will shoot forth players will report to the Boys'Club Burley Parke. Roman Brother "20 YEARS YOUR WESTINGHOUSE DEALER"
will be ridden by Wayne Cham- 117 S.E.1 1st Street Phone 372.4249
title June
> National Open golf Saturday for team assignments -
I ? Inspection 18-20. bers.
Reporting time: 9 and I -----

"I'll probably play the coursea 10 year olds, 930; a.m. 11-

I Scheduled Saturday couple more times after this 13 year olds, 11; 7 and 8 year

., before checking in on the Tues- olds, 1 p.m.Tomorrow.
Jaycee Tropical Pontiac racers for competition in two 1 all-time leading money winner is the last day for

Derby chairman Windy Wilkerson derbies, Wilkerson said. All said. boys who have not been classified -' _

today announced an inspec- Gainesville entrants will be I "I'm working hard on my previously. Players will be! -
tion of at the taken to Jacksonville the classified their
"soapbox",,racers by according to .
1 game. I'm driving okay. If I can
Boys' Club on the Waldo Road Jaycees to compete in that get in the putting groove, I think ability in batting, throwing, and CAR SALES DEALS

from 3 to 5 p.m. Saturday. He city's Soapbox Derby on July I'll have a good chance." catching. Any players who will
said all boys enter ed in the July 11. The winner of this race will be out of town Saturday should
Palmer said he doesn't think
18 event are requested to have receive a trip to Akron, Ohio, .contact the Boys' Club so arrangements : ::. ..x w .
their racers ready for this important -to participate in the National he has putted well since 1960-.' may be made for fF : Y's
the that he closest to : L
year came 'I. '
inspection."The Soapbox Derby for a prize of a team placement. Any Plymouth
winning the professional grand
$5,000 college scholarship.One .
purpose of this inspec- slam (the U.S. and British I VINYL FLOOR TILE In Stock
tion is to check on both the week later, on July 18, Opens, the Masters and PGA in,
amount and quality of the work :the boys will compete in the 42 COLORS IN STOCK
a single )
the boys have completed to dateon 'local event to be held on West year 10.Qrf! TILE PER: .L

their racers," he said. "It University Avenue (Gator Hill). "I feel one of these days I'm. Sinclair Eaton Co. COST PLUS

is vital that all contestants have The _winner will receive a tripto going to break out in a putting

their racers at the Boys' Club Nassau and other awards. rash," he said. 716 N. Main St.

for this official inspection." -- aas '. a cp4\
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Wilkerson said that Derby
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May 21-May 31 is :: :
officials are still in need of at

least 17 local businessmen to Brand Names Week. NOW THROUGH

act as sponsors for boys who

want to participate in the race. Buy leadership brand SATURDAY

"Forty-five boys have signed'' This is the perfect time to select a new MAY 30
., up for the race but so far only
summer,suit and have it ready to wear
28 local businessmen have
on the first warm day. The famous Hart
agreed to be sponsors, he said.
.. "We must have an additional Schaffner&Marx Trumpeter label is Y YJ
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17 sponsors in order provide ,.an infallible guide to what is correct in 't( -

one for each event. fashion.. .to superior tailoring...to ,

The boys need sponsors to as- dollar.for-dollar: value. These are the ,

sist them In purchasing the I reasons why Hart Schaffner & Marxis
special wheels and steering I almost six times better known

mechanisms required by the;T than any other brand of men's ; !

National Soapbox Derby rules I suits. The clothing in our /

and regulations. Wilkerson ex: HS&M Summer'64 collection I II II r ,
Gainesville area I
plained. Any
represents the high standardsand I
business may sponsor a racer. I
+ The sponsor's fee is $40. I complete satisfactionyou
expect from .
To help the boys build their'I

racers, Gainesville Jaycees Hart Schaffner

i hold work clinics at the Boys''I Marx .

Club from 7 to 9:30 p.m. on, .

Tuesdays, Wednesdays and; PM
Thursdays and from 10 ajn. to'

3 p.m. on Saturdays. I .M

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Chevrolet in 9 out of 10 tests at Raceway Park in red-hot deals on the same red-hot car...
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CARRIEREvery : aluurcl.r. Indianapolis. These tests covered performance, Plymouth! If you'd like to own a get-up-and-go

braking and gas economy. In other words, "things car and get a terrific deal at the same time, head

Sun carrier you buy a car for" for your Plymouth Dealer'slI !
salesman is "in business our
for himself." He '64 Collection.Viracl is HS&M's miracle t I At Plymouth's request Nationwide Consumer Testing Institute bought the comparably equipped v.!! directly from dealer showrooms hired the
at blend of fintspun wool and Dacron I drivers supplied the oflaaJs. made the rules and supervised the entire competition. See your Plymouth Dealer for details! of'Test Track,U.S.A.*
buys his papers polyester that resists wrinkles and keeps r.. i
wholesale and sells its just-pressed good looks through the -
them at retail. The hottest summer day. In choice of AT:
his summer's favored-'-..
difference Is _
and patterns. SI5.OO 1' 4
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the -
depends upon ; fi 5 .

prompt customer payment he serves.of every Next Plymouth-Valiant-Chrysler-Imperial and Simca

time your ''Sun carrier ) : :
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I By BOB THOMAS said show at least 70 places surgeon, hit out against a i

Four members of the Gaines- where Johnson's budget could version of the KingAndersonmedicare not

ville Chamber of Commerce and should be slashed. bill now before the I TODAY'S DOW JONES
Congressional Action Committee House Ways and Means Com and Request I
"This budget is anything but
protested federal spending mittee. 817.9-1 I Indust I 820.11
rockbottom said Cellon
proposals of the Johnson Administration an Alachua, commissioner "We should try first to handle ber 205.43 I Rails I 205.<18
I lem
in a special forum medical care in each commu-
here and cattleman. "It can and 140.33 I Util, I 140.44
morning. nity, said Walker, "It seems
Speaking at the Chamber- should be cut" President Johnson wants one STOCK LISTINGS 289.28 I Stocks I 289.77

sponsored Gainesville Aircadefor Cellos cited in particular a big city hall for everybody II 4,470 I Volume I 11,990
Citizen Action, the four hi need to slash federal aid to local I don't agree I think there to --

out against "big federal" bud- and state government, whichhe should be a city hall in Gaines- as 114% Keystone S-4 4.765.21

gets, medicare attempts, rede- said has tripled in the last ville and every town." Walker -_ 1.20a 67% Life Investors 20.4922.40Life
velopment projects and at- decade.He said if medicare is established, Stock Fund 7.988.69 Late
tempts to hike minimum wagestandards. claimed the "misguided "Lord only knows how far it STOCK Mass Inv. Trust 16.55-18.09 Morning

-- About twenty-f j v e boondoggling" of the federal can go" since politicians feel Mass. Inv. Growth 8.809.62
: persons attended the forum. I,Area Redevelopment Administration -they "must be Santa Clauses to 30% Pioneer Fund 9.66-10.56 N. Y. ListingAllisChal

:: Speaking .out against LBJ's : has been responsible for the people." 41 Putnam Growth 15.8217.29TV
: requested $103.8 federal budget much of the ballooning rise in Johnson anti poverty tries. 19% & Elec. 8.068.78 19% Gulf Oil 57V

: for 1965, Ralph Cellon Jr., cited federal internal expenditures.Dr. were also hit by attorney Henry 25 Value Line Inc. 5.556.07 Alcoa 73% HonwlIntHarv 131V.
National. C of C data which he Harry Walker, a local Barber, who said that "blanket Wellington Fund 15.13-16.49 AmAir15% 77
: -- Windsor Fund 15.4216.76N AmBrk 53% IntNick 79i
. The following bid Y S E Most Active Stocks AmBdPar 36 IntPap 31Ti

supplied by .the Vol. No. Close Change AmCan 43% Jones&L 76
of Securities Deal 113,700 Tex Gulf Sul 56%; up % AmCyan 66 KaisAl 33
actual trans- AmMot 14 Ken'cott 81%
95,400 Sperry Rand 14% off
NASD's estimate AT&T 137% Ug&MyLoch'd 75%
which these securi 85,900 Parke Davis 31 up 2%
r' 85,900 Xerox 115 off 4% AmTob 32Vi 33
sold (bid) or
75,800 RCA 31% off % AmpxCp 16% Lorillard 43%

eo 68,900 Chrysler 47% off 1% Anaconda 42% Mag'voxMM&M 31%
... 7- % I Armour 49% 60
51,500 Curtis Pub 13% off 4
231%- % 49,400 Contl Data 106% off 3% ACL 493k Mohasco 13V4
11%- .% ACL 71% Mons'toMontWd 78%
45,900 G D Searle 65% up 3%
11-12% Babcock 2n... 35%
45,100 Unit Park Min 2 off %
27- % A S Ex Most Active Stocks B&O 45 NatDair 82
_1 .- 57-58 I' BethStl 36% NatDist 26
213,600 Syntex Corp 91% up 6%
EE __ 6 47% Boeing 50% N.AmAv 46%
58,600 Med. Johnsn 19% up 1%
5- % 49,000 TWA Wts 24% unch Borden 73% Penney 51%
10%-lB4 Brunswk PRR 32
National Pete 9
23,500 3% off
: Ins. 28-29 CaterTr 62 PepCola 54%

... ODD-LOT TRANSACTIONS Celanese 70% PhiLMor 80%
.. 8.859.57 Purchases .-, 334,773 Chrysler 48% PhillPet 48%
.. 9.94-10.89 Short Sales 1 4,208 CocaCola 128% RCA 31
3.754.12 Other Sales __. 370,322 CornEd 48% RepStl 44
.. 20.21-21.97 Total Sales 374,530 ConEdis 84Vi Revlon 36
11.49-12.49 PREVIOUS DAY'S ContCan 50% ReyTob 43%

17.99-19.45 I STOCK MARKET DowChe 71% St.RegP 30%
,... & 190720.66 Advances -_ ____ 451 duPont 257 Seaboard 47
.. 11.02-12.08 Declines 634 EAL 33% Sears '113%

: ( ) 8.469.25 Unchanged -,- .,.??. ??? ? 255 E.Kodak 134% Sinclair 47%

I _u __"."__._._ ___ the 99010.82 Total Issues ___ 1,340 Firestone 38 Socony 80%
__ 5.606.12 New 1963-64 Highs 50 FlaPw 46% SouthnC 59V4
16.57-18.08 New 1963-64 Lows _-.. 58 FlaP&L 73% SperryR 14%
Florida Beef
Boosting pine Ford 52% StO NJ 87

FrmstDa ll StudebakSwift 7%
: Looking at 'a Polled Hereford heifer, an example of Florida beef production, (c) New York Tunes FreptSul 33% 51%
:. are, 'from left, Dr. E. T. York Jr., provost for agriculture, University of Florida TIMES MARKET AVERAGES, MAY 26 FruehTr 30% Texaco 79%

'.. ;. Cecil Webb of Williston, donor of the heifer to the UF; Dr. T. J. Cunha, High Low Close Net Chg. GenDyn 25% Thiokol 13%
144.39 142.65 143.33 Off .06
head of the UP animal science department and UF President J. Wayne
; 827.58 819.53 821.71 Off 1.36 GenEl! 81 U Carb 124V4
Reitz. These men are taking part in the DARE meeting on beef cattle this 485.98 481.09 482.52 Off .71 GenFds 82% UnitAirc 55%
week. GenMills 38% UnFruit 22

GenMtrs 86% US Steel 55%
i Goodrich SOn UnivMatWestgEl 11%

\ FLASHES Goodyr Greyhnd 41 57Vi% Woolwth 28 31V4%
Bird he
Beef Industry property."P"

( )- stock off .1. BusinessBoomine
high- The Dow Jones industrial average -
is despite' at noon was up 2.17 at

Rise Seen In State moderate.in some 820.11.

Parke, Davis, which rose 2%
4 their own ral
session Wednesday as the most active In AreaBusiness

10 drug, was delayed in openingdue
New heights for Florida's the potential it has for increas-: to a chicken in every pot, these by and glowing- to selling pressure. Its first is apparently boomin -
.growing beef and poultry in- ing beef production.The hens will be 162 per cent ofFlorida's prof- trade was on 15,000 shares, Northcentral Florida.

dustries were predicted during 85 per cent increase will stewing chicken con- the down 1% at 29%, then it pared
University of Florida Operation occur all over the state, Cunha, sumption in 1975," he added. I list as a I the loss a bit. April sales and gasoline tai
DARE commodity committee continued, but the majority and, and losses of collections are generally wa>
Florida is now producing 1V 4
meetings now in session on the heaviest concentration will be 1975 up kept within Texas Gulf Sulphur was in up in the nine-county regionof
billion annually. By ,
South and Central eggs point. steady demand and Alachua
ampus here. centered in added a Bradford, Clay,
3% billion will be produced a
The Value of beef producedin Florida, because of the avail- or 151 cent of the total rida of the high- fraction. Dixie, Gilchrist, Levy, Marion,
Florida will rise 85 per cent ability of land and water. year consumption per in the state, East- volatile issues IBM rose more than 2 and Putnam and Union Counties,

in the next 10 years, from a cur- At another commodity session -wood said. ica U.S. Smelting over 3. according to figures recently released -
rent cash value on the farm of it was predicted that Flo among mo Fractional gains predominated -.! by J. Ed Straughn, di-
$77,000,000 to $133,000,000, Dr. T. rida's poultry industry, alreadya On another phase of Florida's rails helped among rails. rector of the Florida Revenue

J. Cunha, head, animal science, multi-million dollar business, agriculture, Dr. J. R. Crockett, Prices were mostly higher on I Commission.
University of Florida, told agricultural will reach new heights in the assistant animal geneticist, predicted ings Press aver the American Stock Exchange. Sales tax collections for the

leaders who are next 10 years, with a $64 million a nearly 300 per cent in- that at noon was Corporate bonds were irregularly -J region in April jumped 30 percent
taking part in Operation gain in the egg market, a near- crease in ranch and riding of industrials lower. U.S. government I $129,303 over the same
DARE (developing agricultural' ly1 million increase in the stable horses and general pleasure the .4 and utilities bonds were mostly unchanged. J Jr..y month in 1933. Every county
cash value of farm chickens, 1975. He estimatesa is -
resources effectively). I horses by showed an increase. The total
In 10 years, Florida will be and a half-million dollar rise 50 per cent gain in thorough- to jumped from $424,441.70 to $553,
producing 700,000,000 pounds of in broiler sales. bred horses of which Floridanow 745.17.

beef, as compared with 379- These were the estimates of has 4,000 head. WORTH The sales figures are:
Dr. Cunha the DARE Poultry Committee,
000,000 pounds today, Alachua
The Florida thoroughbred industry : $155,019 in April,
reported by Dr. Ralph A. Eastwood -
predicted. economist has been growing very 1963; $194,281 in March 1964;
agricultural ,
that ,
data showed
Cunha's : < in
producing Florida Agricultural Extension rapidly since it produced the N,919 April, 1964.
Florida is presently two Kentucky Derby winners \ Bradford: $14,889 in April
of the beef con-, Service. Discussing Florida'sfuture fry
1.08 per cent "Carry Back" and "Needles"and I .1963; $15,347 in March, 1964;
If in poultry at the fifth in
the United i
sumed in 4
Florida is destined to be- 116,595 in April, 196.1.Clay .
doubles its beef from a series of nine Operation
Florida POl'lerlil
come one of the top two or : : $15,782 in April, 1963;
be: DARE meetings, directed by Sylvia :
it will only : : ;
duction by 1975, three thoroughbred horse statesin 19.543[ In .Marrh. .., IQfi.1-. ., .t'J1.,1\II..
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producing 1.43 per cent Of the Dr. E. T. ;r-I irApril
nation's total consumption. Cun- versity's provost for'agricul- the nation.Horse ) the Interstate fine print and study any con 1964.
that these statistics in- ture. Dr. Eastwood presentedthe ; to deal tract before you sign. Be sure Dixie: $4,674 in April, 1963;
.ha that Florida can increaseits 1975 outlook for poultry in Show will -regula-you show the mover everything $6,250 in March, 1964; $5,851
times Florida. in a written esti- that must be moved, includingstuff in April, 1964.
beef production many
I' without having much affect on Florida will be producing 56-, Slated June 13 da advance noti- in attics, basements, etc. Gilchrist: $3,645 in April,
the total price structure of total 250,000 pounds of farm chickens delays,, a (4) In setting payment terms, 1963; $4,651 In March, 1964; $S,.

beef supply in the U.S., thus or laying hens in 1975, as coverage, be prepared to pay cash (and 430 in April 1964.
"the state in a :unique compared to 16,700,000 now, III BradfordSTARKE : how can I perhaps 50 per cent more than: Levy: $17,182 in April 1963;
I putting ( take 'advanageof Eastwood said. "With respect ions the maze of you had counted on) at the, $19,556 in March, 1964; $18,503in
t position ) A horse show, plans and 1 destination of your house: April, 1964.

: Outlined [sponsored by the Bradford Coun.. tice involved in: goods before they are unloaded.You .I Marion: $151,006 in April,

t Home :'Ownership! ty Sheriff's Posse, will be held l \ are key rules might request a deferred 1963; $174,984 in March, 1964;

It Saturday, June 13, at the Bradford -. 1 I Union and pa>ment-a sort of seven-day $212.165 in April 1964.

I In Real Estate Forum \ County Fair Grounds, start' : I charge account-in order to retain Putnam: $59,612 in April,

ing at 1 p. n.Thirteen I i ) estimates,' some bargaining power if 1963; $62,318 in March, 1964;
want a bill adjustmentlater.
you in
-- $66,027 April 1964.
ROBERT GREEN John Merrill stressed locationas I I events are scheduled really don't .
By I home i Union: $2,629 in April, 1963;
Gainesville realtors, backed! the most important factor in plus a drill show by the new 1 Insurance provided by moversis $2,572 in March, 1964; $3,001.92
items such
up the old adage. "A house is buying a home and J. W. Kirk-I Alachua County Sheriff's Posse.! usually minimal! so if your in April, 1964.Gasoline .
not a home," last night at the! patrick explained the various' Judge of the show will be Jack another. If you belongings are extraordinarily tax collections also

city's first real estate forum financing plans available in the Bashaw of Jacksonville. J to part and valuable, your best bet is to rose during April, although not

held as part.of National Realtor I city. John Sheppard was the Events listed are: grand en- your or your rugs furn- arrange coverage by an independent at the same rapid rate as sales.

Week. panel moderator. AU are past try; lead line, equitation; west- and have the source. The total jump during Aprilfor
hour-and-a-half presidents of the local Realtor (5) Before shipping, check the
) The : program ern pleasure; English pleasure;t to your new the nine-county region was
Association. loader's notes to make hE
was held in the lobby of the walk trot equitation (cannot I sure from 617635.04 to $671,431.18.
First Federal Savings and Loan I Following the brief presenta-,qualify for another class); barrel I of what doesn't list a new item* as "mar- The collections, by county,

Association and broadcast over,tions, panel members answered I race (under age of 18)). two'or three red and scarred. Otherwise, were:
WGGG. About questions from the audience. you'll have no case if damage
radio- station
the race (over 18)); ponyclass for I Alachua: $169,038 In April,
attended. 'Most of the questions.concerned tax companies occurs in transit. Count all
under saddle Palamino
persons ; the re 1963; $166,601 in March, 1964;
methods boxes and barrels.
'A house is only place to financing pleasure open; western plea- if possible by $185,924 in April, 1964-
At the destination be
gain shelter," said E. M. Dea- and depreciation.Other sure (over 18); western stock who have re- (6) present Bradford: $54,796 in April
events in the week include when the truck arrives.
of the Gaines- seat under 18)) .
president equitation ( ; in
ton. 1963 $63,274 March. 1964
; ;
company's ser
discussion and Your be unloaded
a panel If goods may not
ville Board of Raltors.UA western stock seat equitationover $58,260 in April, 1964.
the movie "The House Hun- the until have paid for shipment
I you
home is a way of life, a place ( 18)); musical chairs. Clay: $37,984 in April 1963
Channel Five : estimates find and be ;
offers the opportunity fora ters, on WUFT you might charged
that The show had been originally includ-- until $39,932 in March. 1964; $44,764in
well-rounded of life." tonight at 8 p.m. Friday, the steeply for waiting time
way stressed home Gainesville Board of Realtors scheduled for May 2 in conjunction -,an storage you get there. April, 1964.
While Deaton M. Parrish warned will hear Harry J. Vordermeier, with the Bradford Fair i I etc ) and pre (7) Wait two weeks before Dixie: $%4,260 in April, 1963;

ownership buyers not to overextendthemselves. II I(president of the Florida Asso--but a severe rainstorm caused:I : !' the terms of filing any claim or until you've,$18857 in 1964.March, 1964; $20,422in

"A person should |elation of Realtors, at a noon postponement. tax I; ( rates are reg examined all your goods. In I I April '
not buy a home that will cost ''luncheon at the Holiday Inn. an tance hauls, estimating damage or loss, state' Gilchrist: $7,171 in April
than Jwoor twoandonehalf No activities are scheduledfor tax differ only the original value of the item 11963; $11,470 In March, 1964;

more times his annual income.He Saturday, Memorial Day,, Chevy Chase Village, Md., beware of the and also note any expenses you $8,277 in April, 1964.
must also take into account, but many developments ir] was one of the first p 1 ann ed ble : be "bait" may have incurred as a resultof I Levy: $52,476 in April. 1963:
all the expenses he will havEto Gainesville will have open suburban communities in the I, and may be a mover's failure to meet al: $53,294 in March, 1964; $51.042

face." house on Sunday from 2-5 pm. United States. al I Read all the delivery date in April 1964. A

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/" 20 Gainesville Sun Thunday.. May. 9ft, IQ64Crossandra
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If ; "
) Aiachua County-' i

., Lc 1! Down to Earth -
t 11 : 1

L. Active cattle buying and' I M Corner
In Levy CountyBy T Agent's 1
.. w ?u ZDx slightly higher grade hog prices
reported at the Gaines-
-n. were
week market, lot of activity
: a
J LEONARD OOBB Agricultural Extension Sen-iceWatermelons I
by 59 buyers was reported atMonday's _
i kp
-, i A Agricultural Extension Service w w !II

'_ I cattle sale. Slaughter and cantaloupeswill take a check from an unbonded -
steers and heifers were steadyto
i I / : Watermelon have been care and deliver them to the little
IJ : prices there is
J 25 cents lower; cows, steadyto begin to move to market dealer very
\. z-' holding steady at 2 to 3 cents shipping point in good shipping 50 cents lower; and calves from a few early fields in Ala- they can do about it, so be on

t per pound for several weeks.Total order. It is best to hire your own weak to 50 cents lower. A total chua County tomorrow and the safe side pick up a list of

., shipments as of last Friday packer[ or pack them yourself. of 797 head was sold, comparedto Saturday. Earl Peterson, field't the bonded dealers sell to them,
786 last week.
amounted to 982 cars and 7,926 Some custom crews will doa representative with the license i or make the buyer give you
trucks from Florida 180 cars very good job with your mel Cattle prices Monday: and bond section of the Florida cash for your produce.
and 294 trucks from Mexico and ons. In many cases the crew. Steers and heifers Good, Department of Agriculttfre, was i
135 trucks from Texas. leader will handle the melons $19-20.75; standard $17.75-19; in the office earlier this week Looper Damage

better than if they were his utility, $14-18; stockers. $10.50- and left sufficient copies of i I been
Watermelons are being ship- j I Cabbage loopers have
.- own. At the same time, there 20. bonded buyers registered with:
ped from Immokalee which are crews and leaders who are Cows Utility, 1415.50; cutters the State Department of Agri-![: causing considerable damage
passed its peak season last 125014.50 stockers $7- culture. If to tobacco fields this year. H.
interested only in getting ; you will come by]I .
week. Shipping points in South W. Chastain has used Parathion
through with you and on to the 21. the office we will be glad ,to
Central Florida will reach next grower. If you have had Calves Good, $20-24; standard give you a copy. I I Toxaphene and Endrin
?y S r ___ their peak season around June good results, with a crew it 1721.75; utility, $15.50- .with very little success. Hayward
1. Last year we had several said the loopers were get
would be well to stick to them, 19.75; 1122. i
Shipments are expected to even if it costs you a little Bulls Utility, 167518.50; growers sell their produce to ting fat eating the insecticides.If .
buyers who paid for the melons have trouble with these
start around June 5 in Levy more. cutters 142515.50; stockers, you
$1018.75.Tuesday's. with checks that were not as insects try Thiodan or Zectran
with shipments
County around June 15. Several Growers will be loading on hog sale was light, good as the paper they were which has given good control in
Infundihl iformis. closer weight this written on. Peterson said if shade tobacco. I
late fields will not load any mel- ranges yearto with 247 head selling comparedto your
meet the demands of the "
369 last week. Grades sold
ons until after June 22, makingfor II
That's the mouth-filling botanical name for these tropical flowers a long shipping season. chain stores who handle 80 per for 10-15 cents higher. Feeder j I JOHNSON & PARIS
with glossy, gardenia-like leaves and spikes of salmon-orange flowers. But, cent of the watermelon crop. pigs were steady, with a good,
like most folks, pretty model Ann Sampson simply calls them Crossandra. Trucks will be short againthis The range may be as close as demand. I
year, with the situation be- four pounds from the largest to Hog prices Tuesday: I Lawn & Garden Headquarters I

ing aggravated by an increasein the smallest melon on loads go- No. 1'8. $14.95; No. 2's,I

Crossandra Is VersatileAre fright rates on rail ship- ing to chain stores. $14.40; No. 3's, $13; No. 4's,i

ments. More shipments will be $10.20; No. 5's, $11.25; No.! IUEtT' J1IV

rolled by piggy-back on railroads 1 ro's, $12.15; Hy ro's, $12;I

you a gardener who ing member of the Acanthus soil mixture with an inch of to meet the demands of Hog cholera and screwworms feeders, up to $20.CIA 41
retail outlets. season is here. Florida has donea
wants a plant that is equally at family is native to India. Beinga gravel or broken pottery in the masterful in I
job eradicating
home in a pot or the open tropical inhabitant it naturally bottom for adequate drainage. The labor supply should be the screwworm and is making Men Shot,
ground; that can be used as either requires winter Water should be applied in sufficient about the same as last year excellent
protection in eradicat-
a conversation piece ora"filler" : when planted outdoors in all quantity to keep the soil short in some places and surpluses -ing hog cholera. The success of Says HavanaMIAMI I LAWNS ARE PRETTIER. .
; that has both attractive moist but not Labor
soggy. Bi-weekly elsewhere. prices
but the these
frost two
free areas of the programs depends entirely I
foliage and enchanting blossoms applications of a water soluble will be about the same as last Fla. (AP-Four men
livestock LIFE
state. IS
on owners reporting EASIER-when
? Then Crossandra is for fertilizer will keep growth lush year, or about $1 per hour. I suspected cases so they said by Havana Radio to be you

you. Stems of glossy, gardenialike Crossandra can be readily and green. can be checked out U. S. Central Intelligence
leaves are topped with from seed and will bloom Cost of handling melons from completely Agency agents, were executedby
grown Full morning is is by the State Department of Ag- Use Scotts. NEW BONUS
sun permissible -the field to shipping point on a firing squad Tuesday for
spikes of daintly overlapped, within 6 to 8 months after planting riculture and USDA.
for Crossandra but it is with
the increase prices rang- trying to land on the Cuban
salmon-orange flowers. if given a rich, well drainedsoil.
generally felt that the hot afternoon from 4 to 7 cents mel-
ing per
If find of coast.
Known botanically as Crosdra Plants grown in pots should you worms any kind I
infundibuliformis this charm- have a 2-3 peat-1-3 sharp sand sun will cause "scorch- on, depending on the distance in any warm blooded animal, One of the men was identifiedas DOUBLE-ACTION
ing" of the leaves and bleachthe hauled and the amount of work call the county agent's office. Maj. Felipe Vidal Santiago,

i color from the flowers. done by the labor.I If you have or suspect hogs of a diplomatic aide In charge of LAWN PRODUCT .

Growing to a maximum would caution growers about having hog cholera, call the the Cuban Embassy in Vene-

height of three feet, they begin custom handling to be sure yor county agent's office. Inspectorsvill zuela shortly after Fidel Castro

Gilchrist CountyAgent's their colorful parade of bloomsin are getting the job done lik' check these cases for'you. took power in Cuba. FOR USE ON

April oV May and continue you want it. In most cases un ST. AUGUSTINE

until early winter. When grown less you know the crew well,!
I Corner indoors as a pot plant with pro it is best to do your own clipping i, FOR THAT CENTIPEDEAND
.. per light and a temperature not and at the same time watch ZOYSIA i ww isa
r ,ds
lower than 65 degrees, flowering the crews carefully to see I LAWNS
I can' continue year round. that they handle the melons withMONEY !
J I Agricultural Extension Service 1

I'' Gilchrist farmers Clyde that North Carolina Experiment I, *

Townsend Johnnie Philm a n, Station Economists figure the Fertilizes Grass Clears Out Weeds

Billy Colson, Carl Leavitt, and cost of producing an acre of I W H Mp RE EASY-TO.USE GUARANTEED TO SATISFYGet

County Agent Jim Yelvington bearing grove at four hundred It Here-
visited two Madison County dollars exclusive of price of

peach orchards and one pack land. Maygold was the variety GE'Ttor == BROWN PATCHES
ing shed last Monday with being harvested and Earlygolds

Madison County Agent Rudy, had already been harvested. ORTHO IN YOUR LAWN?
Hamrich to get a first-hand picture -!Some of the June Gold variety i K.
,{ of the new peach industry are yet to be harvested. I It::
there. I If There Is, It Could
v County Agent Hamricktold Nine of the ten peach grow- + LAWN DISEASE
us that growers there have ers in Madison County are men a Be A Sign Of Disease..
selected soils underlain with CONTROL
many years of experiencein S No Unnecessary Middleman
clay and rolling land with good LAWN
growing peaches in Low
I Georgiaand Overhead Modest Profits WITH ORTHO LAWN
drainage and also with a the Carolinas.As Use Your Central Charge Plan-or Cash & Carry SPRINKLERSALL GARDEN
lake or pond nearby for irriga DISEASE CONTROL.
to the prospects for a t First Quality Merchandise and Courteous Service
'1 tion.We peach enterprise in Gilchrist I, ONE COAT TYPES 'HOSEPLASTIC
visited one two-}"ear-old i County what we do here should i ibe i ALYKD ONE COAT ALL SIZES To 1"
non-bearing orchard and one "approached on an experimental PAINT 80< To *20 RUBBER '/ To )"
basis. SLAT VUVITYFINIIM VF TO'LUI We the complete
orchard where peaches were advice carry
being harvested. We saw four says, "Up until now this peach 1 MU-MUMINC ON ANY GATES FOR From "' line of ORTHO LAWN
I ,
hundred of enterprise has been on an experimental ONI COAT COVIKI ALL MBfACO $1 a9 To $1250
acres peach treesas MOST SUIPACUXTIlMlir DCUT ARt MOOS BILTRITE HOSE '" & GARDEN Product.
pretty as can be found any- basis. Even though bW 1 MIll M MMINUTO
where Mr. D. C. Ewing owner we know that peaches can be I L BUIAIlt riNISNUS .
1 of the two hundred acre bear- grown here, local farmers' M MAMMITIXTUIO STOPChinch
ing grove we visited, told us approach the idea of TIIM.OOM. MAP AM* WATOCUAMVT TURNING
planting peaches very cautiously. CAIIMITS
Production problems, the Bugs YELLOWISH, OR BROWN & SICKLY?
need for $698 EVERY FREE $8982ndGAL FREE
large-size spraying
) Cabbage 2nd GAL
I equipment marketing and related NOW! COULD BE CHINCH BUGS!
; Fuschia
'I problems would make it IF SO SPRAY THEM AWAY WITH
Palm Has i difficult for a farmer with a : Begonias
small acreage to be successful JMp_
I !unless he was organized with A Gloxinia NEW

Many Uses other farmers. A growers'group Geraniums

may be the answer for j 501 N.W. 8th Are., Gainesville, Phone 376-7588 CHINCH"BUG
Here's a riddle: Which state small farmers.** I -- ChrysanthemumsHEDGE ORTHO
RTHOTreats SPRAYhomeowners
has state tree that is not --- -
a only
good to eat but also has many, j

commercial uses as well? 1; TIME IS GETTING SHORT Boxwood ? do-it-Yourself

The answer is Florida, and

the tree is the tall graceful. EVERYTHING MUST GO IN THE NEXT Viburnum 41c: 7dCZLLI:

cabbage palm. ;; CHINCH BUGSARtiYWORMS

According to A. S. Jensen,! TWO DAYS! 6,000 Sq. Ft. aiitcN oaTNO euG -

Does Excellent SPRAY : : .
assistant forester with the Florida Job SOD WORKS

Agricultural Extension! Values To $45' 39CRECONDITIONED uu 4 ANTS
Service, the cabbage palm has: SUITS StCOO $A95 AND MANY OTHER

a number of different uses and; Wash & Wear ......... .... I I GAL LAW INSECTS .' :
can be grown as an ornamental.! S J .
The sturdy palm fibers are
manufactured into whiskbrooms '' See Our Complete Line
and brushes; while the $11195 I

tough fan-shaped leaves provide Trade-In

material for a variety of I Values To $29.95 .' ..... ........__................... TORO.Tradein 4 WAYS EASIER!
woven goods such as pocket.: POWER
books hats and baskets. I ALL WEATHER Highest
t i
Jensen said that the trunk of:
the cabbage palm, which sometimes COATS Lined $9.95 . ..... $600Values In Town .,
reaches 80 feet, makes O. A
for docks t!, NewTORO I
an excellent piling To $19.95WALK 'v $500
or piers. The trunks are especially
durable In salt water.I WORLD'S LAWN-BOY

The wood of the tree also' SHORTS $250Values ORTHOGREENOLFor *** *' t

has some limited use in build

ing construction. i To $8.9rWind ........_.. ... ..... those yellow plants

But most native Floridians' Put the green back u See Them Here Now
know the palm for its tender!, Breakers those plants and lawns. Priced 69.95 Up -

inner bud called "swamp cab! $500
I $198
bage" which can be eaten cook,
ed or raw and tastes like ordinary Values To $8.95 ............... ....._ ..... $398I NOW For Prompt KV

cabbage, said Jensen. :, TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS 89.95U Qt. Gal. I Garden Service I uua nmutaaaaim ww BSKMM]


Egg Market I I ONCE IN A LIFETIME SALE! Free Parking Free Delivery- Central Charge I DIAl 376-4352


Northeast prices Extra to large retailers Florida 38Vs-43; Egg, Market'mostly RING'S Men's Shop 4 tuatRt.QmttcJ : JOHNSON & PARIS

40! -42; large 36H-39, mostly i CHIMICAL / 224 N.W. 8th Are. Phone 372-0476
37%; medium 29\ -32, mostly GARDEN & PET CENTER
30H;'small 24H-23,mostly 2728.II. 611 WEST UNIV. AVE. (Across From Murphy's) 20 N.W. 16th Are. FR 6-2661 FREE USE CUSTOMER YOUR CENTRAL PARKING CHARGE ON OUR LOT

Poultry at farms; fryers 14. .

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Thursday, May 28, 1964 Gainesville Sun 21':

Specks I I Dip, ream and M 7 BASS BUGGING

I But Tarpon 5 s: I -

Dropping an inch-long cork- -
With bug into the mouth of an 18-
Kb r inch-long bass is a feat that requires .
I In Glenn M. Stokes patience and perseverance. '
Strong"I Sun Outdoor Editor tr -.

a w ,Bugging for bass,can be done

love any discourse of rhrs and fish and fishing." successfully only one way-| beAee
.(Compleat Angler, Izaak Walton). KEt o :9 slowly! Any other approach
GENERJLSpeck Bass fishing continues to be slow with yearlings, most leaves the angler frustrated, w
fishing has dipped and}is back down to normal ly, being taken. i arm-weary and usually fish- /0
for this time of the year. Bas; fishing continues to lag Best bet for bream is along the shoreline. [ less.'n' .
and is probably below par for this stage of the game. ORANGE LAKE I .uninitiat-j .
Bream fishing is so so, in general; however, when Paradise Cove Fish Camp ;A .a | ed, is a lure with a cork or -w
bream beds are found the fishi is excellent with a limit Speck fishing fair; bass fishing good,' bream fishing % deer hair or plastic body, us- .y..
catch almost being assured.On good to excellent. ually with a bit of feather trail- ( .
the saltwater fishing scene$'the big news is that the Best bet for specks is trolling or drifting in deep water. ing and always wih a hook as Ia
tarpon are in. Schools of the siter kings are on the prowlin Bass up to 12 pounds were taken in the past week. Best Y an integral part of the unit. .
Gulf Coast waters from the 'eys: to the Suwannee Riv- baits were plastic worms and top-water plugs. Best spots It is cast with.a fly rod and I s
er. However, the best of tarpon fining is yet to come at the have been the grass beds. line. .
north end of this range. See belo in Fishing Report for details Bass up to 12 pounds were taken in the past week. Best Near Cover i S 0
on tarpon fishing at Crystal River. Snook fishing is baits were plastic worms and top-water plugs. Best spots .x.1.A Most anglers cast their lure
now in its prime in the Ten Thousad Islands Area. have been the grass beds. : near to a bit of cover such as. Old Milwaukee
Speck fishing is now deep, oph water fishing; the speckare Good catches of bream are being made from the bon a weed bed, a submerged log I BEER 89,1
now off the beds and are roaming the open waters. nets when a bream bed is located. ., or the roots of a tree growing:; Reg. $1.09
Best bet for specks from now uail late next winter is drift- ORANGE LAKE in the water. They let it lie for; Ctn. plus depositOld
jng and trolling in deep water Underwater obstructions Thomas Fishing Resort several seconds (long enough' ::-lOlb. bag
-brush piles, pilings, etc.) of harbor concentrations of Speck fishing good; bass fishing good to excellent; and to light a cigaret and take a'' CHARCOAL
specks during this non-breeding priod. bream fishing good. Several limits of. specks were. taken puff; at least), then give it a1'! BRIQUETSReg 79

Bass, in general, have finisfed bedding now. Best bet over the week-end. Specks are now in deep water. Best Tarpon String slight twitch. I 99c -Save 20c
for bass during the hot spring nd summer months is early times are early morning and late afternoon. Bass are now If this fails to get a strike,
) morning, late evening and ight fishing In and around schooling. Best times are early morning and late after- Guide Ray O'Brien of Knox Bait House (Crystal let the lure sit quietly until all Rag. $2.9928qt.ICE .
areas offering cover. During ie heart of the day bass noon. Bass are now schooling. Best time for bass is late River) with 3 tarpon (42, 60 and 85 pounds) which the ripples have disappeared/ CHEST $199
move ,from the shallows to th<<1/deeper, cooler waters or to afternoon. Bream (including shellcrackers) are biting goodin his party took Monday morning on the bombing then twitch it gently once more.:
:the mouths pf cool-feeder stream ; the grass and bonnets. Best baits are shrimp and range south of the mouth of Crystal River. (Sun After several twitches have; Save $1.00
Bream_continue to bed and ?od bream fishing is largely worms. photo by Tommy Lewis) failed to get a strike, begin re-, Aluminum
a matter of locating these beds'FISHING Thomas Fishing Resort is the area representative of Dixie trieving the lure slowly! i i PATIO $359
IEPORT Lily's prize fishing contest. Save 950 labels from any After a couple of casts of this CHAIRSReg.

FRESH \ATER of the firm's products; these entitle one to one and a half nature in one spot, move on-;[I $4.99-Soe $1.40
LAKE WAJBERG days of fishing and a night's lodging for two. Boat, poles, either there are no bass in this Aluminum
UF's CampWauberg: bait, food and drinks are furnished for the fishing. cover or they are not interested CHAISE
: Speck fishing, bass fishing and bream fishing fair. SANTA FE LAKE t'ot eot } in the lure you are offering.]I, LOUNGEReg. $698

Specks are being taken hi. opp water trolling and drift- Shipman's Fish Camp Find another bass lair for your, $8.88-Sore $1.90
., Speck fishing, bass fishing, and bream fishing good. Solunar Tables lure and try again. I _
ing.Yearling bass are being [ken casting and trolling. Specks are consistently being taken over Shipman's brush : >
The [Bream, are biting cricket !and worms in the bonnets. piles. Bass fishing is best in early morning and late even- \ \ .- ;

LOCHLOO LAKE ing along the grass beds. Plastic worms are taking the ,._, v---\,_, THE FISHERMAN'S .1. PRICE
Lochloosa Sprin $ Fish Camp most bass. oo w= ooo 4tiutii:._ DREAM ........ . ...NOW 2ST.

Speck fishing, bass fishing, and bream fishing fair. Bream are being taken .both off the docks and along The schedule By JOHN of ALDEN Solunar KNIGHT Periods as CROIX FIBERGLASSTELECOPEEXTENSION
Speck fishing has slacked off h the last few days. Bass con- the grass beds. printed below, has been taken from
Jmue to be taken in small umbers. When bream beds ST. JOHNS RIVER (Lake George, Lake Dexter) John Plan Alden your Knight's days so SOLUNAR that you TABLES.will be a I It POLE
are found it is easy to take ones limit.. ORMAND'S JUNGLE DEN fishing in good territory er hunting, in
good cover during these times if
-- NEWNAN LAKE Bream and bass fishing are good. .outshining speck wish to find the best sport that each you Telescopes to convenient carrying length when not

._'McGihray's/lsh Camp fishing. day The has Major to offer.Periods are shown In in use Strong as iron and light as a feather.
Speck fishing good; bass fistng and bream fishing fair. THE TACKLE BOX REPORT boldface type. These begin at the times $448
shown and last for an hour and a halfor 10 ft. ((2 Section) 8.95
Speck fishing has declined slifitly in the last week. Best Bass photographed in the past week were Buck Ben- two hours thereafter. The Minor Periods Regular $

spots. are deep water in the chnnel on the east side, and ton's two (largest 7 1-16)) caught in Newnans Lake, on a somewhat, shown shorter in duration.regular type are of 12 ft. ((3 Section) Regular $10.95 $548
In the north' end. Drifting an$. trolling with minnows are black worm, on 5-21; Jerry Gentry's 6 fit pounder (Rock Use Eastern A.M. Standard time.P.M.
both good. Pit, earthworm, 5-24)); and Jim Farrington's 6% pounder Friday 7:30 1:15 7:50 1.41 14 ft. ((3 Section) Regular $11.95 $598FOR ;
Watermelon Pond Saturday 1:25 isle I:45 2:35
( top-water Paw-Paw,5-24)) Sunday ':15 3:00 ':35 3.25 THE BEST BARGAINS IN FISHING! TACKLE
Chris Johnson and Cecil Morris brought in 3 striped Monday 10:10 3:" 10:30 4:20
END-OF-MON7H SAVINGS Tuesday 11:00 4.45 11:20 5:11 "Check With Charlie"
bass ((9%, 7%, 6tt). They took these in the Oklawaha Riveron Wednes. 11:50 5:35 t:M
OUR PRICE Johnson and Thursday 12:10 6:21 12:35 4:45
Spoons Rapalas. THETACKLE BOX ;
.TAMPAX. GULF OF MEXICO FiSIli g TidesTomorrow In The Heart of East Gainesville-Phone FR '2-1791
Super or Reg with free Parse; I Ralyn's Cottages High at 3:58 a.m. and
2:27 p.m. Low at 8:45 ajn. and 9.54 p.m.
Container '''':-List $1.59 ---- I Speckled trout fishing excellent. Also Cobia and Mackerel Saturday. Low at-9:19 High at 4.42 a.m. and 3p.m. FISHIN' FUN STARTS AT FRANK'S ,
a.m. and 10:35
are coming in good now. Sunday High at 5:31 a.m. and 3-41 i,
DERMA FRESH I CRYSTAL RIVERKnox's p.m. Low at 10:01 ajn. and 11:23 p.m. : 14-ft. Thunderbird
i; Monday High at 6:30 a.m. and --...... cEl Runabout (Used)
39c Bait House 4:35 p.m. Low at 11:02 am. i:
i 40 HP Motor
: Tuesday High at 7.31 a.m. and
:Skin Lotion by Alberto The tarpon are in at Crystal River. Literally thousandsof 5:48 p.m. Low at 12.17.a.m., and 12:28 Lunkers j (Electric Starter)

VQ.5 . . ListlflLILT tarpon are now on the old bombing range waters southof p.m.Wednesday High at 1:24 a.m. and s 14-ft. TrailerCOMPLETE .
I the river's mouth. 7:24 p.m. Low at 1:11 a.m. and 2:08
q COMPthE I Guide Ray O'Brien of Knox's Bait House and party p.m.Thursday High at 9:10 a.m. and Jack Kelly, taxidermist at I $795'
!I caught 3 (42, 60 85)) Monday morning. 8:59 p.m. Low at 2:22 am. and 3:26 Orange Lake, proudly
KIT 98 ; FORT LAUDERDALE I plays two tanker bass of diS-1

'Reg., Super or J Dolphin, tuna and bonita are hitting. Last weekend p.m.SPORTSMAN and IVrt _pounds which he_ Selection .
1 Big
:Gentle . List/$2.00 George and Ginny Sparks of Gainesville had a field day. 1 his brother, Leon, caught. j,
Ginny took a 22-pound dolphin; George not to be out"one FISHING BOATS and MOTORS
These were taken on the !
; RIGHT GUARD < I took an 18-pound dolphin, a tuna, and a bonita. New and Used
: 67' i SUWANNEE RIVER MOUTH : DIGESTS& black Musky-sized Jitterbug I NO DOWN PAYMENT

.Deodorant . Lit $'.2? ___ Some tarpon are in now but not in large numbers. .........-- recently at night. (Photo I

Prices Good Thru ,v\onday June 1st ; ODDS AND ENDS i! ALTER RODCOMPACT FOR courtesy of Paradise Cove 1 I FRANK'S MARINE ..
PLUS TAX WHtE APPLICABLE : The 17th annual Tampa Tarpon and Saltwater Game TOTING Fish Camp on Orange Lake.)
We Reserve The Rigb; To Limit Quantities i Fish Tournament opens Saturday, June 6. It runs through RELOCATE a I I MERCURY OUTBOARD SALES & SERVICE '..
DISCOUNT ,i Aug. 2. Weekly winners will compete in a Derby Day Fish- LINE GUIDES 1031 S. MAIN ST. FR 6-7529
SUPER D i off Aug. 8, for a new Chevrolet station wagon. .Last IF NEB BEi T Recommend w
CENTER i week's winner in Jack (taxidermist at Orange Lake) Kel- SAW OR I

9 W. UNIVERSI-Y-DOWNTOWN I ly's Fishing Contest was E. T. Perry of Melrose with a 12V FILe EACH .,.John! en ....
GAINESVILLE'S ON.Y TRUE DISCOUNT I pound bass. .J. M. Fields still has Petty's 18-pound lunker SECTION INTO GLASS HALVES ROD Fish Stamp !, SUPER ..A-HC"1l ..-
HEALTH & BEJUTY AD! STORE I bass on display. .For those who like to listen, the
NEW STiRE HOURS I I9T9 Afield and Astream editor has a program on fishing over ((11 -+-+ 'Hd:) A five-cent postage to! ,
station WDVH Monday through Saturday, twice daily at FERRULE CEMENT
ii ON RODFEMALE honor America's nearly 60 million :
6:45 a.m. and 6:30 (MALE OR V-90
--'.. p.m."x"__ A_ _. ) SECTION fishermen has been recommended -i
I .
1 wa-eq THREE-PIECE FLY OR to the U.s. Post Office i .
I $ SPINNING RODS CAN BE ALTERED Department by the American
i tJOINTS. THIS MAKES A SHORTER The suggestion has been en-! OUTBOARD
dorsed by most of the nation's
MOTE AREAS. SUCH RODS ASSEMBLE major outdoor recreation and
TO ORIGINAL/ LENGTH, conservation groups, including I)' WINNER!
Izaak Walton League of Amer-:
Sirloin StEAK lb. 98Bone p 2 A LINES AFTER ALTERATION. ica, Sport Fishing Institute, Out-i
MAKE A SHORT ROD BAA OF Association of I I
I CLOTH OR PLASTIC TO CARRY America, and Boy Scouts of,
I .ROD HUMS FROM buR BELT. I America. !I "World's toughest Powerboat Race"


STEW lb. I 19t I i iF ii i BUYING A 9* HP MOTOR?

I If so why not consider a 14 H.P. McCulloch. More
I i speed Boil-o-matic, 100-1 oil ratio handsome, end
CAMPS Vi or whole I Ii i less cost.EXAMPLE. "

SmokedHams! lb. 49C i :I II I I Outboard Motor: 14 H.P.14'McCulloch Murray .- p t"'

Trailer, 14* Hunter Fiberglas Fish
FRESH FROZEN GROUND ing Boat tie down strop. $69500

1 I Ilir Value. $803.00
BEEF w 3 ibs. 1.29 : I Frank Philpott's Price . . Howard Weiler of Miami; fleshes to first pI ace in
r. Boat outboard dais of '64 Miami. To Nassau Powerboat
A i I: Loch Neivnans Monster? I SpecialRunabout Un"eTrOller Special Runabout Both Together boatTrailer. Race!
i H a 16 Hunter 16 used trailer.teal and Twin Johnson Sea-Hors Y-Wt powered W."Jer'.22'North
: Ifl I I No, Just a wading bass fisherman flinging hard-I Boat ( winch, lights tie down strap American boat to mother triumph over the>
: ware among aged cypress trunks. He is armed $195 $110 $295 bruising 185-mile open water course through the
-- i.a short "brush" rod and chest-high waders-and, of ; vicious "T ongu. of the Ocean" fourth JOHN.
.f1 course a stringer for the big one which he pursues. PADDLE YOUR OWN CANOE SON WIN in the.last six races!

=-:::::- ATTENTION FOR FUN AND FITNESS Weiler left 26 I boats in his wale Including triple-
englned craft with higher horsepower outboard
FREEZER OWNERS WATCH FOR BIG-. 17'6 Jackson fiberglass . .
... canoe $189. The same dependable performance h built into every
With 7'8 H.P. electric trolling motor and motor Johnson. Why settle! for less it doesn't cost any
mount add . . . . .
This is the when quick meals . . $59 more..
timeof[ year easy
let you spend las time in the kitchen and more I With complete sailing outfit add .. . $149

doing the thins you want. Let us help you by .-- UOn"i5orJ
stocking your FSme freezer for the summer. We Frank Philpott'sSport V90r

will cut wrap knd then FLASH FREEZE your top in for a Test Drive !
meats for only5 cents per pound. Come in and Announcement In This Paper

of BcIk-LJN MOORE'S I3f1IRD rest;
20 N.W. Mrh AVI."WHERE ,ae s
U.S. 301 .t FLA. 100
Starke Fla.
.. 2-5011 or FR 6-6893 iL Hezath CfJHIptINjI

?hone FR 2-5458 Open S t. 6 p.... M... thru 'r. 9 ...... to 6 p.m. Satwra'af*
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.,-. 9 What' your problem For a iea

=: era! reply, write to Jby'fBox 3365. ; :
Wrong Beverly Hills, Calif. 90212. and !

:: I Include a self-addressed stamped envelope. -
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=: Abby answers aI! mail. JfL
f .'':t Abigail Van .Bur en I
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: DEAR ABBY: Yesterday I received a telephone call from compared with robbery assault or murder. When one witness- I < LEFT J'vE GOT EITHER Tn?GE&UT; ISOMEff f N E 7 SOME MORESLOBBQIIA-

a girl asking me to her prom. I had not even seen this es harm or violence done to another he has a moral obligation HE MVJGDJSMANIACAL OR SHE'LL BECOMEEMOTIONALLY

::: girl in FOUR years and to tell you the truth, it' .is not long to report the offender immediately. When one cheats in ABOUT)
M enough. I never liked her because she was loud'and forward, an examination, he is only cheating himself and damaging THE STUFF\fj-' r UPSET'Y

h and besides she used to stare at, me in eighth grade, which his own character and reputation. If he attempts to cash in (

gave,my friends plenty to kid ,me about. I told her, I couldn't on his ill-gotten marks, he will only prove to others that his Y ) -
: take her to the prom because. I bad to work" that night fine record was,not earned because he will not know his sub-

which was true. After I hung-up-my;'mother asked me who ject. Don't back down, Abby; I think you were right. ,
: the girl was. I told her in a nice way- that it was none of "FORTY-ONE YEARS ON THE BENCH" raT nfIt I

: her business, whichit* 'wain't. Do you see anything:wrong with DEAR ABBY: I do not believe that very young children Ii i

that? GROUNDED should "tattle" on one another for the slightest little thing. .
: DEAR GROUNDED: Yes. There i is no "nice"" way to ten But when a student sees another student cheating during an I

_, one's mother,.that something is' none of her '.business.. Even examination, I think it is his duty to inform the teacher. '
:: if it isn't. Today the classrooms 'are so crowded especially in the colleges

a .* .*' *'' and universities, we are told that students may getaway

: DEAR ABBY* I 'myself would .l1Ot; .inform, a:,teacher, when with cheating, unnoticed. How would YOU like to lie UH-WOULD SHORE j
y _
others are cheating. Any teacher who cares about what goes down on an operating table and entrust your life to a surgeon VE LEND US PARSON lr 1

: on in her classroom can_catch.cheaters with little effort. Cheat- who had cheated his way through medical school? PER A HAND? k

wy Ing in school is dishonest,,>of ,course, but

'proper Philadelphiaschoolteacher Libraries displays papers,'

.-.. breezes into souvenirs and memorabilia I e
a beach resort with of President Kennedy.
--,." some of her friends. Haying O News Weather
into in-
just come an
rk ?:05 O Ranger Hal C
--... heritance, she has plentyof
money. And since this 7:50 O News r..

-.. is her first vacation with. 8:00 O Captain Kangaroo

.-. out financial worries, she's 9:00 O Divorce 'Court

... prepared to enjoy it. O Bachelor Father TaeOUR

M.,," While out collecting curios O Romper Room

t11 and souvenirs Lucy 9:30 O People Are Funny
... makes a mistake. She O Jack LaLanne AND LOOK-TO THE ER SP ECOUPEPARK WE HAVEWHA T'

.,7"OIIJ ,- buys an ornate Spanish 10:00 O Say When DIRECTLY AND ALMOST FOUNO-THE f ARE TWESSRUNAWAYS.
.*... THURSDAY/EVENING' r-Suse Dr: Phelps has decided ring from a local jewelry O News-Mike Wallace 1a. \' LITTLE
Grolitb ** THINGS?
5:00 O Best of to 'keep" the new shop. The ring until lately D Waldo Norris

O Riverboat from him,.as well as from ,' belonged to an irre- 10:30 O D News
5:25 O Greatest Headlines Gregg's '''h3ppy-g-lucky beach- Y ,
sponsible young
O I Love Lucy
5:30 O Newscope wife. Kfldare: Richard comber named Mario i I
11:00 O O Concentration
5:55 O Local. News, Sports; Chamberlain. Gillespie: ;
Robrioz whose fierce R.
; *
,,, : O Price Is Right i
Jk Weather Raymond Massey. pride in the ancient heir-
*.. 6:00 O New?,, Spwtsr 11:30 O O Missing Links
Ito .O Children GrowingThe loom is such that he's .,
O Pete And Gladys :
.. Weather.-' .idea, separation prepared to get it back at : !s -. I II
; 6:15 O .Sunshine Almanac from homy.and how it any cost. 12:00 O CD First Impression by .cue: .. u, 4' 1 II
e 6:30 O News-Walter CronkitO ee should be handled. O Nunes-Drama O Love Of Life : .. hAP

',Q est/for, .. Adventure 9:00 O Perry Mason "The By-Standers." 12:25 O News
12:30 O CD Truth I A, ro
News '
O Huntley
"The Case of,the Traveling 11:00 O News, Weather Sports ConsequencesO j L, I
: Brinklej '
Treasure: first in a O News -- -
1 00 O Riflemen Search For TomorrowTHE -
: series of jeruns. Govern- (D Local News (Color) -
-- FlANc .T AND E5E
'K "The Fourfhishers. 12:43 O Guiding Light HE WAS ANGRY ARE ALLTHE COPIES OF THE H-J
and Trial ment ageiits'board' a fishing -. 11:25 O Movie 12:55 O O News .SARCASTIC/tT"SNOT EVENING!PAPER THAT I COULD FIND.,.
O boat, on which Perryis "Strange Intruder." In a < LIKE HIM TO BE BUT I CALLED THE NEWSPAPER OFFICE ftKND
i.. 0 Discovery' vacationing, and their I. 1:00 O News ON THE THAT WAY0 / THEY'RE PUTTING i E
M "Plant and Animal PartI' check Korean prison camp, a O Midday THEN Yy fVNOTHER HUNDRED /KJIDAD V\ '
routine uncovers makes IDETHMTWECAN ..
ter. young man a O Local News .WHY?
nerships" Lichens
that is mighty ICK UP IN THE -
some cargo strange promise to a dy- 1:05 O Match Game
: mites: crosspollination.O RNIN61
to skipper
... Movie ing man. Edmund Pur- 1:15 Q Focus Interview
I Scot Cahill :- stolen gold 1
I' dom Ida Lupino Ann 1:30 Q ScienceO i
: (Color) "A Kiss bars and the body to sRavke1
it... Dying." A ruthless young Harding, Jacques Bergerac As the World Turns z I
boatowner Magovern. s.cH
Gloria Carl
: man is forced to murder D Ernie Ford
Mason RaymondBurr.
.. when his plot to marry Benton Reid, Douglas 2:00 B Let's MakeA t
Drake: William
t : into a rich family falls Kennedy. Deal I
through. From the novel Hopper. Burger: William 11:30 O O (Color) Johnny O Password ,ooh o00 .ooooQa .o
Talman. p cY"n
: by Ira Levin. Robert Carson 2:25 O D News : coa o 1

I Wagner, Jeffrey Hunter, O Realtor (Color) Scheduled guests 2:30 Q O DoctorsO ; 0 o

l Joanne Woodward, Vir- 9:30 O CD Hazel include singer Mike Mi- House Party

: ginia Leith, Mary Astor, (Color) A society magazine nor. Ed McMahon, Skitch 3:00 O D Loretta Young Ill'-' T LEFT MY r I CAME FOR I \\ \ PONT MIND M6- }
Macready. has selected Hazel as Henderson orchestra. O To Tell The Truth KNITTING AT THE MRS. BUMSTEAPSjl YES" IF \t>U FEEL LIKE 1
"Maid of the Month," but FRIDAY 3:25 O News-Edwards BEAUTY PARLOR, KNITTING HERE KNITTING,I'LL LOOK'
: 7:30 O Start Your" Engines PAGWDOD IT IS OUT THE WINPOW
'(Special 1)) (Color) Bud George is rather uneasy 6:00 O Slimnastics 3:30 O D You Don't Say! WILL YOU 1iiiir.
: Palmer narrates films about the whole affair. O Sunrise Semester O Edge of Night PICK ONYDUR IT UP \

: about the Indianapolis Hazel: Shirley Booth. 6:10 CD Continental Classroom 4:00latch GameD Z.j WA HOME 9 1x
"500." George: Don DeFore. 6:15 O Sunshine Almanac Secret Storm Serial

I _. O What's New Griffin: Howard Smith. 6:30 Q World Civilization Popeye's Pals c

_M.r "River Boat," Dorothy: Whitney Blake. O Pastor's Study 4:25 O News A

::. "All About Animals," O Science Reporter 6:35 O Sunshine Almanac 4:30 O Burns and Allen \
"You and Your Camera." 10:00 O CD Kraft Suspense 6:40 D Living Words O Super CarD III.LET

= 8:00 0 Alumni Special Theater 6:45 O Hi Neighbor ( Movie I t ,
J Dr. J. Wayne Reitz. "The Robrioz Ring" 6:50 O Farm and Home "Lady in Question." /, a I

= 8:30 O CD Dr. Kildare (Color) Julie Harris 7:00 O D Today French shopkeeper becomes

:: "Who Ever Heard of, a makes a rare TV appearance John Fitzgerald Kennedywas a juror at th I IN / 5.251,

Two-Headed Doll?" This in tonight's drama, born 47 years ago today murder trial of an ex,
: is the first'' in a series of filmed on location at and in observance of tremely beautiful worn I TOLD MR.7ANVIL-1N FRONT OF DANE.. OPE YOU HAVE,DEEDEEr
i reruns. Harry Gregg is Coronado and La Jolla, the late President's birth- an. Brian Aherne Rife:; IM GLAD YOU'RE STILL FIXEOUP?" AND WE.U BE.MARRIED WHEN THETOUR WT INJFE THERE ARE NO FINAL EXAM
: dying of leukemia, but he Cal. day, Herman Kahn, di- Hayworth, Glenn Ford; AWAKE,MRS.WORTH-! HE GETS BACK-1FTHIN6S. THE TEH-COME, EVERY DAY J

: doesn't know it yet be- Lucy Bram, -prim, and rector of Presi den t i a 1 Irene Rich. WANTED TO TELL YOU GO RIGHT AND THEY

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: Decelerating Voter's Witcubidity I f : M5zb 1 _

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.. Sfrra Uork StmraWASHINGTON must face. Year of hysteric decision for narrow escape from I ped to prevent the ization of the -WHY,LARSE, rt"s NOJOKE7 PAY THATS HOW rr is 1 MEANWHILEJCP ALL PLACS5..AT THS N.V.

.Y. "It must deterrence occurrence in 1962 I world?" AREN'T 9 VCON- THE PLACE 15 RJU. WITH PILOTS..."3 L WOOD'S FAIif! ..
"Is there some>question,then, and minimize Republicai I "The party that can turn back _s 6E;,5TEVET,15 SULATE PEOPLE CF U.S.T oF5-AND HOURS CP PCREPCV1INTEKSPKSED
: be terribly exciting, sir living 1C 15 THE T1Mb SUPPOSED T> BE \VJRKOWrrVMU.. VITHAVJ ci'.Is F
about this country's ility? charges as Fidel-faddle. communism and bombunism Z S'YE rREACED! NICETOVIS1TINGYANKS/ ES GLADLY DULL NTSCPSHEEKTERRCR.1 '

political maelstrojrif "Reliability of surviveability "What a thrilling clash ol f t and spread momunism among ? A5AIN/ _

(0'what the candidates you are talk- capabity and viability of Cuba ideas! What remedies do the,. uncommitted peoples. The party Si,.U

-' ing about?" culpability are heavily ized by candidates propose?" that can most efficiently incorporate dyt
theg ran doldp art y. Democrats a posture of unwinceabil- t ydt ti

: .. "Ihty idity' 'ism; and ment. claim flexibility of banga- statesmanship"Candidates Urge, leaders more hip shif,:,I ity abroad with a poorsture of <

{ It Race, space Cuba and faith. bility, boomability and dooma- followership. They pledge to I plenty in Appalachia. The party = J Y h'r
These are tissues the nation bility, blame grandoldp art y's me me. that can expedite moonability
pace, step up
expend appropriations with de-
race, economize on space and creasing impact on the >

: Something May Be Done future maximize without faceability regard to of race-the' sector expand the national : i'i-' s: s Y abWAT5 4t

I creedormelor. They will imple' dross product of lower, extend the probability and- : T
'ment the increment crucialize 1
:! About Commercial 'Chiller' the dignity of man,, finalize I produce campaign a speech.hundred" megacuba I; ...

,1 peaceism, and maintainize a t OcK!
:1 By CYNTHIA LOWRYAP man, and everybody even re-.sense of urgency for the achieve- "You have" not mentioned civ- >.c pUo. NEStWTN MORE, h. Oa,
Teleisi n-Radio Writer motely connected with the pro il rights. GET EATS
mentation constitutional
of insti- r.
"Without regard to OUTA :
NEW YORK :(AP-Now that gram. tutionalism." need or choler." space, a N-nf EAT/.' RI6r IT.I
'the Awards and the Then come the final commer- ...
Emmy "But isn't the Bobby Baker "Then the ideal party is-" .c ,
inter-network warfare cials, immediately followed by llr
affair an issue? < A t
that has
party not
two or three station-break sales n e
eoneider pitches and the inevitable sta- 'Utilization of rascal irresponsibility lost faith-in-America, the party q
charges is effecutu- that sees the initiative that .I
...something big for .viewers. tion identification. Then comes can
theme music and the living- ated for maximum feasibilityin implement achievement and e 00
t The National- Association of, room viewer sees a teaser scene 14-point foreign policy state- achieve implementation, that -J C J oM Edo

:Broadcasters has made the firsts from the oncoming show designed ments seizing the initiative with can close the gap,'definitize the .'
I. r.
tentative step toward the reduc-1 to keep him from declarations to the effect that,I image, initiate departures. The' ...".
*tion-or at least I switching the dial. the peace race pace has been I party with the ility ism idity r....

.those long minutes between the Viewers have about retardinized by Bakerism." I and ment required to,realize the .....
7 end of one program and the beginning I grumbled "If will ,vision."
clutter for you pardon a personal -
years, just as they
of the next. have been complaining for question, how long have you I "Amazing how pleasing and

.;. This period-sometimes 10 or ;years about loud commercials. been talking like this?" lulling these sounds! My mental YE5, TN15 JS 17b 1KO
wll minutes-usually is crammed : capacity and inquisitive posture 2 CAME 70 PKJC) I HAVE u JN OD IEEL I+SR.li S. THE
Nothing much happened, however "Capability to project image I 15 WM* CHECK,VlHE OFFICE: FENMtfrytJrEi
with bits and pieces often highly : until some of the adver- of responsibility while magni-' are undergoing jgrtirllnt t I+Lc 4EEWIr Z!>'ST A ASE.T WNITr. ;, 6ARY?..SPLE VSA ,

I profitable that the industry .tising agencies which buy television tudinizing flexibility to minimize reduction and the decelerationof 7
calls "clutter." time also started to com- I wit first noted after six months wit is proceeding on an alarming

Our hero rides off into the plain about "excessive non-pro exposure to center of political order of magnitude, sir, and f .

sunset several minutes before gram interuptions. maelstrom. Vital weapon in the yet you have neglected to as- A 'v '
the official end of the show. addle for men's minds- I sure, before the onset of iner-
They thought all the between mean, I :
tia that this ; 1:4'
Then we are treated to.a scene shows action watered down the battle for po\'erty-I mean war great republic will
designed to lure us to next effctiveness of the commer 'on poverly-po\.erty-po\'erty- maintained secure from those.: .i
week's episode followed by aflong cials. poverty," who would destroy it, from within -

long listing of the cast, Anyway the NAB's television "Your needle is stuck." as well as withouL"
producer, director, associate code review board "Sleep well citizen. Govern-
decided to "It does
more more ment of the
peephole by the
producer assistant director s
study the situation
and also J lately. Where were we?" peephole shall not perish from
cameraman, assistant camera-] the loud
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What' your problem For a general N

:; ; reply, write to Alby,,Box 3365

=: w Wrong Answer Beverly Hills, Calif. 901%. and a

=_ include a self-addressed stamped en- .
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-. velope. Abby answers all mail. \,
'. .. Abigail Van .Bureji I
::. 1; } .

3-1 ':.. t'; YOU ATE ITALL.'.'- Y YiN!HAVEN'T AIVY So'S-off 4. WE'VE GOT To GET HERM

I : with robbery, assault or murder. When one witnesses I WANT I'LLCALLAFELLOW LEFT EITHER? &IS, I IV E 1 SOME MORE SWBBOIIA-
DEAR ABBY: Yesterday I received a telephone call from compared PASSENGER ON THE < IVEGOTTOGETSOME OR SHE'IJ. BECOMEEMOTIONALLY
a girl asking me to her prom. I had not even seen this harm or violence done to another, he has a moral obliga- WCTMEF PLANE"" MAYBE HE / MV KID IS

::= girl in FOUR years, and to tell you the truth, it ,is not long tion to report the offender immediately. When one cheats in LAS SOME MANIACAL A50UT; r UPSET'
M enough. I never liked her because she was loud and forward, an examination, he is only cheating himself and damaginghis mE 57VFF,: {

: and besides, she used to stare at me in eighth' grade, which own character and reputation. If he attempts to cash in ''I' 1 )1
on his ill-gotten marks he will only prove to others that his f (
gave my friends plenty to kid me about. 1 told her I couldn'ttake :
: her to the prom because. I_ had to work" that night, fine record was not earned because he will not know his sub

which was true. After I hung up my,'mother asked me who ject. Don't back down, Abby; I think you were right. w r.I. \ rm N

: the girl was. I told tier in a nice way that it was none of "FORTY-ONE YEARS ON THE BENCH"DEAR I. I .

: her business which"it'w $n'L Do you see anything wrong with ABBY: I do not believe that very young children LEFT" ); T : :'
r that? GROUNDED should "tattle" on one another for the slightest little thing. 1 t -.5 -
: DEAR GROUNDED: Yes. There is no "nice" way to tell But when a student sees another student cheating during an

one's mother that something is none of her :business. Even examination, I think it is his duty to inform the teacher.

:. if it isn't. Today the classrooms 'are so crowded, especially in the colleges -

-' *- and universities, we are told that students may get -

: DEAR ABBY' I myself would .l'foi inform a..teacher, when away with cheating, unnoticed. How would YOU like to lie DYI UH-WOULD SHORE, 1

others are' cheating. Any teacher who cares about what goes down on an operating table and entrust your life to a surgeon A BUNCH OFTH'FELLERS ARE PER VE LEND USA PARSON tJ ,

: on in her classroom can catch.cheaters with little ffort. Cheating who had cheated his way through medical school? I by RXIN'TO PUT A NEW FLOOR THEM HAND? *

in school is dishonest,.>of ,course, but 'it is not to be D.N.C. (A Baltimore M.D.) E,00- ON TH'MEETN'HOUSESNUFFy] -, Ai i

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5:00 O Best of Groucho* to keep the news shop. The ring, until late- CD Waldo Norris

O Riverboat from him, as well as from ly, belonged to an irre- 10:30 O CD News ,

5:25 Q Greatest Headlines Gregg's happygoluckywife. sponsible young beachcomber O I Love Lucy

5:30 O Newscope Kfldare: Richard named Mario 11:00 O CD Concentration V i

5:55 O Local,, News,. Sports, Chamberlain. Gillespie: Robrioz, whose fierce O Price Is Right ."yl {
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11:30 O CD Missing Links
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t' : Ira Levin. Robert Talman. Carson 2:25 O D News 2 1
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:. Doll?" This ance in tonight's drama, born 47 years ago to- murder trial of an extremely ..
: is the first in a series of filmed on location at day, and in observance of beautiful woman 4 i THAT I LIED! 50 DANE K MAKING THE FUT IN WE THERE ARE NO FINAL EXAM

reruns. Harry Gregg is Coronado and La Jolla, the late President's birth- Brian Aherne, Rita GLAD YOU'RE 5TILLAWAK.E.MR5.WORTHM "FIKED UP?' TOUR AND WEU BE.MARRIED WHEN THE T COME EVERY DAY:

: of leukemia, but he Cal. day, Herman Kahn, di- Hayworth, Glenn Ford, HE. GETS BACK-IFTHIN6S,
dying doesn't know it yet be- Lucy Bram, a-prim and rector of Presi den t i a 1 Irene Rich. WANTED TO TELL YOU.. GO RIGHT AND THEY
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i. : Nrui Durk tmroWASHINGTON must face. Year of hysteric de- cubidity for narrow escape from ped to prevent the ization of the ,LAREE, 1' rr'S NO JoET TAY THAT HOW/ rr is MEANWHILEICP= ALL PACrc..Ar TH5 N.Y.
cision.!' Deterrence occurrence in 1962, world?" Ar N'T ITc oN5 THS PLACE IS ww WITH PILOTS... WCW.D'5 FAI! ?
back) '
"The that turn
and minimize
then Republican party can
"Is there some question, ,
:. terribly exciting, sir, living, about this country's ility?" charges as Fidel-faddle." communism and bombunism z i I'YE rREACED! N1CETOVKITIN6YANKS EE DEACIY DULL AWWENTS Of-SHEER

.. here at the center of the politi "Reliability of surviveability "What a thrilling clash of and spread momunism among o I ? AAINJ. TERRCR S ("d4tir
: cal maelslrdnif Ca* you tell us uncommitted The
talking capabity and viability of Cuba ideas! What remedies do the peoples. party '1 v i
(- what the candidates are ized j that can most efficienctly incorporate
by "
e culpability are heavily candidates propose? 1 ;
about? art Democrats a posture of unwinceabil- z
theg ran doldp y.
claim of banga- "Candidates urge more ship ity abroad with a poorsture of < iI /
h and ment. flexibility
: "Ility idityism, -statesmanship, leaders hip, I /i
t Race, space, Cuba and faith. bility, boomability and dooma- followership. They pledge to plenty in Appalachia. The party u r I

These-are tissues the nationSomething bility, blame grandoldp art y's accelerate the pace, step up the .expend that can appropriations expedite moonability with decreasing ,,

race, economize on space and '
4 Be Done maximize faceability of the sector, expand impact on the the taxpayer national I > -: I = r i

May future, without regard to race- ; i
III dross product, extend the probability -!
creedormelor. They will implement of lower taxicity, and I {

> About Commercial 'Gutter' i the increment, crucialize!produce a hundred megacuba ,
the dignity of man, finalize -
campaign speech. LOCK VNAT's

1 N By CY>THIA LOWRY man, and everybody even remotely -sense peaceism of urgency, and for maintainize the achieve-a "You have" not mentioned civil oTro! tiES/V1E.; 6ET m+ HozE, TEATS;:- 0:4: ,

AP Tele'si n-Radio Writer connected with the pro- mentation of constitutional insti- rights. ,_ GET r, 1t %'MATI
"Without regard to space '' R6NTf {
gram. .
NEW YORK :(AP-Now that tutionalism. need or choler." EAT.
Awards and the Then come the final commercials isn't the Baker .....
the Emmy "But Bobby "Then the ideal party is-"
'P inter-network guerrilla warfare immediately followed by affair an issue?" "-the < t ni s 5 1
party that has not I n .
station-break sales
two three
: is over, there is time to consider or "Utilization of rascal irre- lost faith-in-America, the party = 1d llrn
pitches and ,the inevitable sta-
: what may be the start of tion identification. Then comes sponsibility charges is effecutu- that sees the initiative, that can d
*something big for .viewers. ated for maximum feasibilityin implement achievement and e flu
theme music and the living-
$ The National' Association of room viewer sees a teaser scene! 14-point foreign policy statements achieve implementation, that' 6-:8 t aM

*Broadcasters has made the first f from' the oncoming show designed seizing the initiative with]can close the gap, definitize the I''..... r 1j

tentative step toward the reduction -j to keep him from I declarations to the effect that!image, initiate departures. The,r.-....

., -or at least control of-.switching the dial. the peace race pace has beenj party with the filly, ism, idity '-

!those long minutes between the Viewers have grumbled about I retardinized by Bakerism." 9 J!and ment required to.realize the .....

.end of one program and the beginning clutter for "If you will pardon a personal vision.
years, just as they
of the next. have been complaining for question, how long have you "Amazing how pleasing and

This period-sometimes 10 or about loud commercials. been talking like this?" lulling' these sounds! My mental yes, 11415 rs on tro 'STEPPING CUT OFNR14Ee'tt
years I CAME TO noClT HAVE IT IN -
11 minutes-usually is crammed Nothing much happened, how "Capability to project imageof ture capacity inquisitive p o s- 5 BP MV CHECK,
ever, until some of the advertising responsibility while magni- are undergoing significant M MK-CORNEay/ FiEASE. I
highly reduction and the deceleration
l agencies which buy television tudinizing flexibility to minimizewit ,' .
-calls "clutter." ..i time also started to complain first noted after six months I if wit is proceeding on an alarm- =
ing order of magnitude, sir and ci:4. :
Our hero rides off into the about "excessive non-pro exposure to center of political < :
.yet neglected to
you assure -
maelstrom. Vital in the
sunset several minutes before gram interuptions. weapon
xthe official end of the show.1 They thought all the between addle for men's minds-I mean,' that, before this the onset of inertia
great republic will
I Then we are treated to a scene shows action watered'down the I battle for poverty-I mean, war'.be maintained
secure from those : i
i .
i K designed to lure us to next effctiveness of the commercials on poverty"-poverty-poverty- :who would destroy it, from within F T'-j
followed by poverty
tweek's episode, along as well as without" I
long listing of the cast,!' Anyway, the NAB's televisioncode "Your needle is stuck." "Sleep well, citizen. Government : E :.;"
producer director, associate review board decided to "It does that and
more I of the peephole by the I--- ,
;producer, assistant director, study the situation and also lately. Where were we?" J peephole shall not perish from : _

cameraman, assistant camera-j the loud commercials situation. "Which party is better equip. 1 this earth." .d''
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Thunday, May 28,1964_ .Gainesville. Sun 23

,Talk Canceled Miss Landsmau Scouts Kilby Petty To Get Ulbriclit< Agaiiist -- -
I '+a.
1st GainesvilleBas
Nuclear Arms
By Loyola University Highest Badge TonightTwo MSENSmVE..COMPASSKNATE..IIEMOfiABLE)

'3 'rtu fork !huti The withdrawal came si;( Boy Scouts will get Troop 84; John Atkins, Tommy many's Communist boss Walter -N.r.rh.ae

LOS ANGELESLoyola hours before he was to spea]: Miss Sandra Landsman willI Eagle Badges, the highest rankin Derrick, Philip Halperin, Ulbricht made new overtures to mPH

University of Los Angeles with' and appeared to be based o I be the first Bas Mitzvah in the scouting, and another will and Tommy Petty; one each, West German Chancellor Ludwig umlt.:3' 11tllIIIIL1ij

drew an invitation this after- pressure from supports of Sen. history of the Gainesville Jewish get a bronze palm in a courtof David Broyles, John Mitchell Erhard today to keep nuclear

noon to Gov. Rockefeller to Barry Goldwatcr. Community in special services honor at 8 p.m today in and Buddy Poole, two each. weapons off German soil. EllBils f PICTURES lfliasr

speak on the campus tonight. A member of the Board o:'''at 8 pjn. Friday at the Con- Kirby-Smith SchcoL -Troop 164: Lon Shepard, Ulbricht said the Bonn government ; I

Withdrawal came six hours be- Regents of the university, gregation B'nai Israel Syna John A. Kilby of Troop 92 should pledge not to

fore he was to speak.. Fritz B. Burns said he askec gogue. Miss Landsman is the will get his bronze palm. Carl one.Troop 202: Steve and Tommy manufacture nuclear arms and' This IS Easily The Sleeper Of The Yeer7fAT13S79

The university, a Jesuit that the Rockefeller invitatJor daughter of Mrs. Pepi Landsman Horne of Troop 92 and Larry A. Stokes, one each. ban the stationing of such arms I ... I
school, issued Rigg of Troop 164 will! become 376 Bruce Brad .
following statement be withdrawn. Burns, a real of Gainesville and Dr. Ted -Troop : in West Germany. He declared --' -- -- - -- --

through its public re estate developer, is a Jeadmj Landsman of Micanopy. Eagle Scouts. shear, James Sansbury, Kenny that only the "two German

lations office: supporter of Goldwater ir The Bas Mitzvah commemorates Other promotions will go to Snyder, Park Tine Jr., Jeff states" could solve the German ; TONIGHT!
"Since it is being generally Tommy Petty, Troop 8t, life; Grant, Hans P;'ber and William
southern California. the entrance of the Jewish problem and that foreign '
interpreted that University I Donald R. Woodbury, one. each Show Time 7:30You
Loyola McPherson
of ;
daughter into adult responsibilities Troop 'ers have no right to interfere. .f M MrsrS f+omf a y
".': of Los Angela is official!r 83, and David Broyles and Steve Pearson, three; and Bob
in the Jewish Faith. It
"endorsing Governor Rockefeller par- Buddy Poole of Troop-84, star; Boyd, Rusty Cannon, Don Good only tIRk Cfl
allels the traditional Bar Peace fa
once- EDWNtDS.-.c1IOI
by his on S. Deen of hart and Robert Scott, two Corps #
appearance campus, Engines have supplanted George Troop 81,
Mitzvah which the Jewish boy so seeTheft DAVID
the Loyola Board of Trustees people and animals in pumping first. class; and Greg Mead of ech. ,
celebrates at his 13th birthday. PESHAWAR, Pakistan (AP)
and Board of Regents have !canceled precious water from many troop 92, David Perry of Troop Panther> RO ERTWACHER 1 CJ.PUCWE
Miss Landsman will read and NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS -Pakistan to set its f
his invitation! ," 376 and plans up i." ----
Sahara Desert wells. Pearson of NAME LAW twice!
chant the portion of the Bookof Troop 376, second class. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the C wn peace corps modeled along i IHE PINK PANTHERJ !

I NOW! 2nd BIG DAY Prophets traditional for her Medit badges will go to: I undersigned ness at 420 desiring Northwest to engagt 13th InSteuet: American lines, Mohammad Ali 1 --

13th birthday week, address the -Troop 81: Robert D. Bradbury :Salncsvllle Florida LOUNGE, under, Intends the name to reg-ofSATORLANO rice chancellor of PeshawarJniversity i+ i :.w/EiW'6IIf1CMlitiYflif4iG

GlMA deUVlWXD WARMS YOU congregation and assist in lead- Daniel L. Deen and islet the said name with the Clerk of 1. announced today. ,rl 1Et BptOR' TECHIIWUIIIITID
: __
THE liANASEMEMT WAilS YOU ing services. Pearce Hunt, one each. he Florida.Circuit Court of Alachui: County / \ aatarsG

Jack Zucker will conduct the THAINE U COATES NlORIr K
f?> Troop 83: Russel Blain, Jim I Herbert J. Jones
< services. Dr. Sam Proctor will] Chestnut and Donald R. McPherson I Bates & Jones I 1

t deliver the charge to the Bas one each.IN I Attorneys O. Box for 796Gainesville Thalne L. CoatesP. .IN 2'! Feature
1 fit WHAT HAPPENSmSPEHHAPSNOT I Mitzvah and Joseph Lichter, I((3355) 5:21,,28 Florida; 4:4, 11 /lw"-..r..,J.R ,?,..II fM4t
president of the congregationwill THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA I
a bible from the congrega- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Open 7:00 Show et 7:45 Ma YISTNEfSN .
HARTFORD FEDERAL SAVINGS AND the undersigned desiring to engage in I, See 2 Hits Late i
'yi <.. I I Iy tion. A reception will follow at LOAN ASSOCIATION business at 2022 N.E. 23rd Boulevard.: as 9:30 RiYAI.N \ \ 1 Z
6 Plaintiff Gainesville Alachua County Florida,, At 7:45
the the
synagogue given by \ t
par- -v under the name of A & J SAW AND 1 TONY RANDALL :
ELROY his wife, and GLENN S. tg register the lId name with the Clerk'of 7 Faces of Dr. Lao
Guests from out of town will BROWN and AMY E. BROWN his the Circuit Court of Alactiua: County,

.t ;. +.. EVIN FOR THE STRONG! include Mr. and Mrs. Hal wife. Defendants. Florida.(S) SAM JACKSONs COLOR % GATHERING ,':: ;
f Schwartz of Miami and Mr. Sol MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE ( ) JOE ANDERSONH. I
D. Landsman of Rochester, N.Y OFEAGLES'ADVERTISEMENT
STATE OF FLORIDA TO: 11 W. University
OLIVIA deHAVILLAND grandparents of the Bas Mitzvah Amy Whose E. Resident Brown and Post Office Gainesville.P.!O. Box Florida 396 ''I Under the LEMMON Yum Yum coca R .. :s Via'bataw

; and Mr. Elliott I. Lands Address Is Unknown 3348) 5:14 21, 28; 6:4. i a.aredfl, ,,
IS ThE TRAPPED,..DEFENSELESS. of Rochester N.Y. uncleof AND: LEGAL NOTICE Tree3rd rf0ur r
man ,
Lonnie McElroy and I The University of Florida will receive I
Ella E. McElroy: his wife class of commodities '
the Bas Mitzvah. bids for the general I: _
:LaduinaCage Whose Residence and PostOffice as indicated below. Interested bid-!I Hit
........... Address Is unknown dots may obtain forms, specifications Jane FONDA Jim HUTTON To serve their readers and advertisers better,
You are hereby notified that HARTFORD Information by contacting thePurchasing
a and other
,. .. I FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN Division, 104 Tigert Period of Adjustment I newspapers in recent years have invested more than
,. f ASSOCIATION has filed its sworn Complaint Hail. University of Fri:. Gainesville,
........ $700 million in new plants and equipment.
IU fftTUI{ ......... r"swf."Iw Ip----.a. ; In the Circuit Court of Alachua Florida.: i------ - ,
{ I SC( a lIITlIER MIlS/ '" :6 umo DA nor c6fa t bl fid m, ounty.: Florida. against you seeking 4Meat and Staples bids open every -----
i tie! foreclosure of that certain mortgage Tuesday 10:00
recorded In Official Records Book ISi, 64- Hospital Supplies bids open every '
".. ..P.Maid of I Page 548 of the Public Records of Monday 3:00 I
AT: a... ...' lachua County Florida covering the 64-71 Automatic: Flatwork Folder 10:30 little FolKS bv Ceqrtellnzmayertlr.
June 9,1961
: a :J :27-3:30-5:33-7:3.6-9:39< .aoa I following described property to wit: 44-73 Rubber Matting 11:00 June 9, 144
214 NW 13th Lots Thirty-Seven (37) and Thirty- 44-74 Kerosene and 2 Fuel Oil YC 2:30
.+ -. Also in Ocala Eight (38) of Block "C". Oak recordedIn Hill/ June 4, If44 ,/ BAXTER SEE /YES:,MOM.= TOLD \ 1NElLEVEtiYONCti FIRST
-- -- Subdivision Plat Book as"A"per, Page plat 148 of the 44-75 Laboratory Equipment 3:00 June I ,/ BUDDY HAS TNt HIM HE COULD HAVE CHOCK) t9 A SNACK WAD
4. 1944 / ,, CMALLER APtr. ,
Public Records of Alachua County THE LITTLE ONE OR wrm GROCERIES BCOMMEATARAHj
Material end Specimen
44-74 Biological DID Y0O LET HIM *
I Florida. .
10:30 June 11 1964
1 Your art further notified that the 6-4-770rlyt Greenhouses 11:00 June 11, HAVE HIS CHOICE THE LITTLE ONE:
I return day of this Notice to Defend 194444P42 Ai Z TOLD |
ALUMNA/US-WHO? lis June 29, 1944 and you shall on or Civic Information Booklets YC XJJS Mil
'before said date serve a copy of your 11:00 June 5. 194460P43 r,
defense. If any upon Lowry 3 Andrews Fie. State Museum Bulletins YC A'I I
I'Attorneys for Plaintiff whose addressIs 10:30 June 10 1944 ii.
P. O. Bolt 390. Gainesville Florida ","p"," Economic Leaflets YC 11.00 .
and Immediately thereafter file the original June 10. lib/ s
Featuring: Including: I! of same In the office of the Clerk T. N. WELLS '
: ,of the Circuit Court of the above styled Director of Purchasing s '
Decree Pro Con- (3356) 5 21.28
Court otherwise a :
Local Personalities J- Wayne Reitz fesso will be entered against you. ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS .: .
: WITNESS one of the Honorable Circuit PROJECT: KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MU s o t

II j R. C. Beaty and others Circuit Judges of Florida of the as Eighth well Judicial as the NICIPAL 1. Sealed BUILDING bids will/ be received: by the I y
n !I Clerk of the Circuit Court on this 26th Keystone Heights City Council at the
:I day of May.A.D. 1944. City Hall Keystone Heights. Florida. FRESH LEAN FLA CR. A DELLS RATHS BLACK HAWKBREAKFAST
TONIGHT J. B. CARMICHAEL. CLERK until 7:30 o'clock P.M. Tuesday June
Channel 5, 8:00 p.m. I'II By: Emily waterhouse 16. 1964. GROUND
Deputy Clerk 2. The Information for Bidders Form ofBid.
I' (Court Seal) Form of Contract Plans Specif)'
: -- I(334f) 5.28; 6l,11,18 ations, and Forms of Bid Bond and BEEF HENS BACON
*ifi mmmmmmammfmmmmmim *mmmmmHHB Performance Bond may be examined In
r the City Hall Keystone Heights, Florida,
or from the office of Don. R. Maroon

Discontinued item Sale ,Architect LAN tuna PROCUREMENT 3. One ftorida will AND set 106 of be CONTRACT Murry plans furnished and Way contract, DOCUMENT to South General documents Day- 3 Ib5.$1 00 lb. 19c 1-LB PKG.: 5 5 C i

I Contractors upon receipt of, plan deposits
as follows:
I $25.00) Twenty Five Dollars

[and upon any returning unsuccessful to Architect's General Contractor Office the BLACK HAWK
'plan and contract document, complete Southern Belle BATHS
SAVE t UP TO 70 I'and In good condition within five (5)
I % I days after receipt of bids will be refunded
I the deposit In tIIII /
I .. If General Contractors request OLEO ST
rl. second set of plans and Contract
ments the deposit win be:
(SIS.00) Fifteen Dollars '
RETAIL SALE and If these plans and contract dOCuments 1 Lb. Solids
I I I are returned complete and In good 39
PRICE condition within five (5) days after re- Lb
cept of bids,the refund will be:

t TV SNACK TABLES 4.95 $2.00BUTCHER'S 5. For plans$5.00)and) Five contract Dollars documentsto 9c / FRESH BOSTON
Sub-Contractors Vendors etc the
FLOOR WAX .Gal. deposit will be: .. II BUTT PORK
liquid 6.00 3.00 $15.00) Fifteen Dollars/
and If those plans and contract documents P ROASTU"itOneWith

BUTCHER'S FLOOR WAX liquid J Gal. 2.30 1.15 good condition are returned within five complete(5) days and after In .
receipt of bids, the refund will be: v 1a
: BUTCHER'S ($5.00) Five Dollars / + $5.00 Order 35"
FLOOR WAX liquid Qts. 1.90 I .90 6. Separate sheets or drawings( or pages or Mae Lb.
of specifications may be purchased as
BUTCHER'S FLOOR' WAX 2 Ib. follows (no refunds. I .:. a .
paste can 2.70 1.40 Drawings $1.00 per sheet
Specifications .... S .10 per page I ... :.
BLUE RIBBON CREAM METAL POLISH. Qh 7. Attention of bidders Is particularly
1.25 ..75BLUE' called to the requirements as to conditions I
of employment to be observed j Raths Black Hawk Rothe Black Hawk Our Value
RIBBON and minimum wage rates to be paid
I CREAM METAL POLISH Ph .69 .35 under the contract. ShorteningSTEAKS
t. The Owner reserves the right to Round or Rib Standing

GETZOL HAND SOAP Qt. 1.30 .60 waive any or all any bids.f. informalities. or t* reject RIB 3-L&. Can '
Each bidder must deposit with his,
ROACHEX bid In the amount form and
BUG KILLER Gal. security:
4.20 2.00 subject to the conditions provided In

GLAMORENE Rug Cleaner. Pt. 10.tn*No Information bidder for may Bidders.withdraw his bid cans
Upholstery 1.30. .60' within date of thirty the opening(30) days thereof.after the actual lb.79c lb. 5 9c

GLAMORENE Signed: M. L Beaslcy,MayorKeystone
Rug Shampooer 1 Only I 5:95 3.00 Heights. Florida LIMIT TWO WiTH SS.00
I(3348) 5:28: 4:4Why ORDER OR MORE


CAR MOPS Ea. 2.15 1.00 Drive I STEW 5 Lbs. 99* LIVER Ibs. *1 I IRed I

Out Of Town?

O-CEDAR HOUSE BROOMS Ea. 4.95 3.00 Shop your convenient End Cut Pork Pork Spare All MeatSTEW

BISSELL CARPET SWEEPER 1 Only 12.95 6.00 Downtown Store end Package- CHOPS RIBS

TERRAZZO CLEANER & SEALER Gal. 4.40 2.20 and SAVE MONEY TIME 39s! Lb. 39 Lb. 69" Lb.

WASTE: BASKETS metal Ea. 1.25 ..60CLOTHES

BASKETS plastic Ea. .75GARBAGE ANCIENT Red &White
& White Whole Kernel

CANS plastic 24 Gal. 9.95 6.60 AGE Golden Corn 7 cans $100 JUICEPineapple

.GARBAGE CANS plastic[ 16 Gal. 6.98 4.65 6-Year OldBOURBON! Our Value 303 Can 46 ox. Can

GARBAGE CANS plastic 10 Gal. 4:95 3.25 Sweet Peas 7 cans $1 3 LARGE CANS 89

PLANTER BOXES metal 24" Igth. 1.79 1.00PLANTER ,, .- Red &White Evap.
_y $375 Red & White 303 Can

BOXES plastic 24" Igth. 2.25 1.50 5th Cut Beets 8 cans $1, MILKft

ICE CHEST insulated 1 Only 12.98 9.00 $100

I"i DRIVEWAY REFLECTORS Ea. 1.25 .60 80 Proof Blend 3 Ibs. 39Our ** CANS

tSTADIUM SEATS ., 2 Only 4.95 2.00 Mission 8ellWINE

,,- 7 BATHROOM ACCESSORIES (toS "BELS": : I price $3235th Pork Value 300&Can Beans 10 cans 99*

THUMB TACKS tr UPHOLSTERY NAILS card + .10 i ..05Izprice 2/3 Quart

Calverts Gin Fresh Dandee 13 ox. Loaf *
90 Proof BREAD 2 'loaves 27

i .. Lufkin Rules and Tapes ALL Mail Boxes House $339 ,

.1 Diston Hand Saws Numbers and Letters '/ f lo. Gr. A Medium NO&ODT UNDERSELLS 1 IUTA-RAMA
..Pocket Knives and Padlocks{ 3 0 Dfi 0 Wash Tubs Curtain EGGS FROM ONE THURSDAY TO THE NEXT

l Crescent Hand Tools Rods Furniture Legs PRICE Prices Good Through 3 doz. 1.00Large -

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: 24 _., Gainesville Sun Thursday. May 18. 1964 -
l : 1 1 FEMALE HELP WANTED 35 Houses for Sole tU20!! 't: tIuisllWtlllll6lllilWi6vMii! .. '- I!'

J ,:
I == .
and soda fountain. Apply College
.. Inn. 1728 W. Univ. Ave. No phone -- RedfranksRealestate \ ',

calls please.
_ _ PH. 372-8441

: THEREIS delivering or collecting car 1. Prohibit IRIITIRIIATI5MTIRI.I_ $ II forClassified .

necessary. Call Connie Robbins.FR 4. Possessed Candlenut ]! *tiio AINI THE KENTUCKY. COLONEL S his
6-1968 after 630 p.rn. lady will enjoy living In this I OnlyDEADLINES
Inclined tree modern Southern Colon I a I I
WANTED experienced Legal Sec.
home situated on ONE
retary to begin work on or be- walk 27. Fr. article HALF ACRE of well maintained _

CLASSIFIEDADS fore June 1. Salary commensurate 11. Babj'L war 28.Habit PIIIC U NIIfEuIRktl grounds JUST OUT :
with experience and ability. SIDE CITY LIMITS. Modern
;: Fringe benefits. Blue Cross and god Conducted PIE.IR u s built-in kitchen CENTRALAIR I i Tue thru Fr?. papers-s pm. Day before publication I

Blue Shield. For interview contact Daughter 30. Crooked It AINI0IAI CONDITIONING. All i For ads to go In Sun. paper-12:00 a.m Sat.

James E. Clayton. Phone Cadmus :31. Ornamental rooms are extra spacious E for ads to go In Mon. paper-1 p.m. Sat. it
372-9591. TIVIN 015 YAIRIDI including Living room. Separate
WAITRESS. night shift. Apply Larry's River al ball dining room, Florida I I (Minimum id 4 lines II

Restaurant 1225 W. Univ. mussel 32. Painter room. 3 bedrooms. 2 baths
WORTHWHILE Ave. 14. Huge 35. Seeded SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE large foyer. Winding drive FAMILY RATES I
thru the grounds. MUSTBE ns
OPENING in Gainesville and each 16. Lichen 36. Tempera43..Lyrics 3. Countries SEEN TO BE APPRE. 1 Insertion ... 34C tins ns

woman of the who surrounding enjoys arts towns 8 crafts.for 17. Sediment ment 44. Emblem of 4. Clue CIATED. Ideal for professional 82 Insertions .............................................. 22Clitli
man or executive. tic =
Call Mrs. Crosby. FR 2-9982. after 18. Restless 37. External morning &oo.. Just $24,500. 5 12 InsertIons insertions ................................-....... tIC line
4 30 P.M. & weekends. 20. Oklahoma 40. Cause of 45. Before !longDOWX like bird Total chars computed by multiplying total line x rat. earned IE

WANTED experienced office girl Indian BEFORE YOU BUY or build you is x number Insertions.
: with bookkeeping training. Paid ruin 6. Writ owe it to yourself to let us
insurance. Call 21. Auspice 41.deFrance 1. Borer !
vacations. group 7. Cud show you this NEARLY i

a FR 23458. 22. Pallid 42. Xot many 2. Awns 8. Celebes NEW home with well established ii
or I i &
SHORT ORDER COOK. colored. yard. 3 large bed- 5 Five letter words per line

t .'. Apply 310 NW In 13th person St.Humpty Dumpty. F-r-5-rr-7- r 1O.flower 9. Young lady living rooms.room 2 glamourous of entertainment baths. i

You !: : proportions. separate din- j Same as J lines
i! = VIOLINISTS attractive free to i7_ 15.Mum ing room. panelled Florida I 8 Pt. ordinary type
READINGIN travel. Send pictures and information = 1 19.Tidy room with old brick fire-
to Jon Carlton 1260 N.W. rY place. Oak strip floors. Central 1 ) Pt Sam as 3 lines
Miami 42, Fla. 20.Wise bird21.Toothlike r I.
32nd St.. ii 15 heat & AIR CONDI. E ordinary type
r%% TIONING. Big modern kitchen .
Including Disposal. Same as 4 lines

12 Male Help Wanted 'l"1: = : Vh f'l"1: - 23. Is underobligation &Dishwasher oven refrigerator Built In stove& I 18 I r p\t.ertlnary type.

Can COUNTER MAN for cafeteria line 10 24.Round washer. Double attached ga
// 21 /' // Excellent westside lo
and soda fountain. Apply College = rage.
Inn 1728 W. Univ. Ave. No phone / .: '// //, /// pompano cation. Shown by appt. only. O A D 4jLm Same -s S Ones

calls please.MECHANIC Er w.: ZJ /; Zf ts Z' 25. Stroll aim Call FR 4-0817. Asking only T r L.. ordinary type

# experienced. Good .0 /: lessly 25400. I I
- -
. working conditions. Excel lent if It 29 26. Sum Claude M. "Red" Franks, Realtor
pay. See Service Manager Bark- '/. : 4 up Myrle' Lassiter Associate H The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible\ for more than on
ley Motors. FR 22583. - 30.Waits Wm. E. 'Bill" Harris. Associate H incorrect insertion. nor will it be liable for any error In advertisement -

THE DRAFTSMAN. full time permanent r0r 30'I' 31. Cattle 7 N.E. 1st St. Phone 376-0817 = to a greater extent than the cost of the siace occupied i
: Buy position. Experience in civil engineering Res. 376-2927 3 by the item U the advertisement No adjustment will
drafting required. S day 'Z JJ 34 35 l genus 3727943 = be made on errors that do not materially effect the value of
week. 2 wk. paid vacation. Group : : 32.Pulpit MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTINGAN H the advertisement.

life & hospitalization avail. For iT ; / 33. Course I
37 33 ,,
appt. call FR 2.2591.CABINET 0
: 34. Inflects exciting home with space excellently
i The Gainesville Sun reserves the privilege of rti
MAKERS - built air conditioned. revising er
SUN cut. T / 4- ; 41 135. Goulash 3 BR 2 Bath family room and letting any advertisement which It deems obtectional and to =e
Wanted immediately: out
man. bench .. formica man. I"';; Rubber tree fireplace now being completedby Chancethedasslhcation of any advertisement from that ....-
Hire Write or apply to Custom Cabi- i- / 44,1- 43 39. Female Lloyd Myrlck. Builder in !; dered to conform to the policy of the paper.

nets, 2510 NE 18th Ter. Gainesville : /,1 .4 Wimberly Estates outside city
hecp limits. N. W. 36th Terr. oft
qualifications _
... tx'rl.e: I AtN_./. N. W. 39th Ave. Offered for $22 ail = == !!! !' ,
age & Par time 22 min. e nr a .5-:1 ''''''''''' 1W lliillllil
500. Phone 2.56S9.

TWO MEN WANTED i 35 Houses for Sole I 35 Houses for Sold I.I

WANT to assist me Zatmn business. Car I 3 BR 2 bath house for sale. Total __ _
necessary appearanceAge cost $11,500. Call FR 2-6936.
I 2035. Call Mr. Haney Fri I STUDENT sacrificing 2 bedroom CENTRAL AIR CONDITIOING
Sell! day only 9 to ':30 A.M. sharp.FR 35 Houses for Sale CCB home. Partly furnished. In-
6-7110. 28 Livestock & Supplies 35 Houses for Sale TEMPTING BUY cluding appl. and washing mach FENCED REAR YARD,
3 Bedroom. 2 bath, kitchen builtin A
li minutes from Univ.. few complete home Wall-I- .II
COOK. White. married. 30 to 55 family central heat and carpets..
room. blocks to grade school, Ig lot. draperies. central. air
yr. 8 hour day. 5 day week PROF. Moving. Sacrifice 3 McKINNEY air conditioning. Fen ced backyard conditioning, fenced
WANT AN ECONOMICALL V price. S9.SOO. 4117 N.W. 11th St. FR 24635. rear yard
ADS vacation sick leave. social security PRICED FEED? Then try CPA Br. 2 bath wooded lot 140 x 210. Outside city limits. Priced After 530. Quality Chambers gas even
and state retirment bene- Cooperative Mills li per cent Faculty neighborhood. :3436 S. W. GREEN very reasonably. Located 3945 range. and hood. Vanltied laundry
fits. For interview contact Personnel 20th St. N.W. 36th Street. Phone FR 6- sink l in
Production Dairy part pulleted. connecting utility room.
Director. Sunland TrainIng -
or Center. P. O. Box '508 Ideally suited for feeding on I FHA House for sale NE sectionat DEATONREALTORS 2969. $60 MONTHLY payments no taxes Large living room separate, din-
Gainesville Fla. or Phone 376- pasture. Special for May only. appraisal value of 10000. 3 BR home excellent condi ing room. Three large bedrooms -
5381. Ext. 362. FMX Gainesville or Alachua. $300 down payment low month- $14,775 up ON YOUR LOT. Open tion. Make offer on $2500 equity. Hugh Edwards. Inc.
Phone FR 2.1095 or 461-2105. ly payments. 3 BR 1 bath, carport AnglewoodAn House Sundays. 1 to 6 p.m. Designed Must see to appreciate. Owner 376-1971.
WANTED sign painter in Ocala large storage. Call after & engineered by U. S. leaving city. Call 372-0064.
SHETLAND Pony Gelding. attractive well built home NO DOWN
NOW. area. excellent salary. 5 or 6 day very 6:00 P.M. FR 6-4774- Steel Corp., Homes Division. 2100 PAYMENT 3 Bk.,2
gentle. Well broke $100. Large situated on a beautiful land. bath. Central
week. Phone 629 5445 or apply at sq. ft. 3 BR, 2 bath air cond.. heat central air
1538 N. Magnolia St.. Ocala. Shetland mare in fold $100. 1 year 5-ROOM FRAME house screened scaped lot. 3 Bedrooms and 2 brick veneer. 2 cond. Northwest. Slf.OOO. Call
old colt gentle. $55. Small Bay porch reduced for quick sale. tiled baths. Large patio Wall garage. 1801 376-2927. _
RentCLASSIFIED DISHWASHERS. night shift. ApplyLarrys mare. will fold in July. Good cow $2,495. Phone Cephls Goodman to wall carpet In dining and NW 36th Dr. Alachua Homes SPACIOUS .
Inc. Call Frank Thomas FR 6- HOMES BY GINGRICH'No
Restaurant 1225 W. Univ.
horse. $125. 454-1366 High Springs. 5284384. Williston. living area. All modem conven- I
Ave. Florida. iences. Priced to sell Call 6690. Over 2900 Sq. Feet living area In down payment. on your. lot
WESTWOOD LITTLEWOOD FR 2.3617 for appointment. this unique home 2 king size low monthly payments. For ,free
13H HELP WANTED MALE Walking distance to schools. 3 BR's 1 smaller BR, Huge living literature. Write Gingrich 122S
UNIVERSITY STUDENTS Full BR 2 baths tiorre in Skyline LITTLEWOOD AREA room large Fla. room. big family NE 22nd St.. Ocala Fla. Phone
or part time salesman wanted. 30 PETS & SUPPLIES Heights. Study. hardwood floors. Holly Forrest : 4 B R. 3 bath 2050 sq. ft. living room builtin elec. kitchen. Also 622336.

Hours can be arranged around built-in range & oven. Cent. area central heat built-in kit. extra kitchen with stove
Attractive 3 B.R. 2 bath Ocala 1 BR CB. city water lot 50x14O'.
c your school schedule. Good commissions ENGLISH shepherd puppies. Good heat. Shaded back yard. Call Block Home situated on large 1 blk. from Westwood Jr. High. Ref., & washer-dryer. 2 tile baths paved street down payment $200
paid-11.25 hour for watch stock. and FR 376-0862. 2 blks. from 3
per pets. corner lot Sunken living room Llttlewood elem. A-C units. HW & tile floors. and S45 monthly. Immediate oc
guaranteed for minimum sales 2-0033. SACRIFICE $2400 equity for $700 with fireplace Florida Room school. Ideal for Ig family. or Some of the most gorgeous pan- cupancy. Located near bus line
THE quota. For interview call circulation GERMAN shepherd pups AKC. all cash. Total cost only $11,427. Dbl. C.P. Central heat and Air family and elderly persons. elling you've ever seen. Open and Stephen Foster School. 1114
manager f to 11 A.M. shots, ready to go. Shown week Modern 3 BR 1'A bath home. condition Modern kitchen with Priced for Immed. sale. 3449 beam ceiling. You'll have to NW 39th Ave. See It and phone
FR 2-8441. refrigerator Designed for NW. 13th Ave. 3722893. see to believe such exists. Can
days after 7PM., all day Sat. Near schools. Refrlg.. elec. luxurious -
and Sun. See Don air cond. and drapes.No living. Call FR 23617 be used as two large Apts. So
LOCAL branch office of General Carney 3501 range. 3767170.OPEN
convenient to town. All this and
NW 18th Ter.MINIATURE qualifying. 1432 NE 14th Ter. I HOUSE
Finance Corp. has opening for
WHY PAY RENT? more for $17,700. Excellent terms.
Dial one finance adjuster trainee. Now Phone 376-4068. Madison Park New homes 9500. ,
I Dachshund Puppies : 3 bedroom tile UP.M.EXCLUSIVE .
TIME taking applications from men 21- AKC reg. 6 wks.. 2 males 62 Owner departed Desirable bath $65 per month. Located on NORTHWEST
30 of Must minImum N.W.
yrs. age. have
of high school education females. have had shots. $50. FORDYCEREAL location F.H.A. financing. Only trade-Ins.S. E. 45th Call Terrace.FR 22372.Also some UNIVERSITYREALTY SPACIOUS 2090 Square Feet
college preferred. Must have car Phone 6-3800. 2923 N.E. 10th St. $750.00 Down for this attractive WOODED 93 X 164 Lot

to use in business. For the man BEAGLES for sale. partially trained 3 B.R. 2 bath home. Priced below 1 BR., bath CB house on sere 2 AIR-CONDITIONED Throughout
f 376-4672 who is ambitious and doesn't mind and some have shots. $20 market Near school and shop- gas heaters. gas rang util. Rm. 3 Bedrooms. 2 baths. paneled
work this is an opportunity for and $30. Good stock.; Phone TOR pint, Call FR 2-3617 for appoint- with V* bath. Encl. pump. ladders. 1115 N. Main St. Ph. 3724351 Den. Living Room Dining Room,
rapid advancement in an expand 2-5135.. ment tools some furn. Shade trees. w. M. Munroe. Realtor electric built-in Kitchen large

TO ing industry. Ben e fits include FOR SALE AKC registered Chi. Homestead exemption 5Vi mi.I I Asso. S. E. McLaughlin. Frank Family room. Hardwood floors.

: group Insurance. paid vacations. huahua puppies; also Collie puppies. WONDERFULArchitecturally from Gainesville. $8,000 cash. FR I Roby. Roy McCann T. C Doug I FR 21053.
profit sharing 8t car allowance. Hubbard Circle Grocery. ..2.15-C1.. las Jr. 1911 N.W. 11th Road
In at 71S N. MainSt. -----
Apply person designed 4 bedroom. -.---
16th :
Milhopper and Ave. 6-3324
Vt bath home. Central air-condi- -
EHRBAR KITTEN RANCH offers tioning and heating. Fully equipped
WANTED MAN to service Insurance -
its select herd for your free se kitchen. Terrazo floors throughout.This .
GET debit above salary
Announcements average lection. 818 N.E. 7th PI. after is a very unique. two story
-plus commission. good opportunity 530 week days Sat. and Sun. all home with structural steel and

372-3694 for for Information.advancement. Phone day. FR 20717.BEAUTIFUL glass. Call 3761236.EXECUTIVE'S. PANEL DISCUSSION:

and loving male Ger.
WANTED Working yard foreman
3 LOST & FOUND for Lumber and Building SuP- man Shepherd pup. $65. Avail.

THAT ply Company. Age preference 25 anytime... 3136 East UniversityAve. home. 4 bedrooms Th baths. Situ
to 40. Please state experience and Cottage 1. ated on a spacious lot i in the NW ASSOCIATES

LOST black & white collie collar references. Apply to P. O. Box For Sale. beautiful female Siamese section. An extra bedroom and bath J. Fred Guy Jayne ButterwrothCol. AND THE
but no tag. J. J. FInley & Univ. 414. Gainesville. Fla. kitten. 9 weeks old. Housebroken can be used as a study or den. J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire

section. Call 3n.40SJ.LOST WANTED first class combinationbody wormed. weaned. Call FR Walled in patio area. Wall to Wall Multiple Listing I

: :, FEMALE DACHSHUND. man & painter. Good sal 2-6073. after 5. carpeting in the living room. Call

reddish brown. short hair name ary. plus paid vacation. Apply Mr 376-1236. "PARRISH"PRESENTS !
BETTER Is Shatii. Lost in vicinty of 2100 Williams B&G Motor Co., 704S. AWARD WINNING MOVIE

6th St. N.W* Reward offered. Main St.flHelp. 33 LOTS FOR SALEBY i QUIETneighborhood I
Phone 376-8386 '
I I' I for this 3 bedroom. 2
I LOST: Key ring with change purse Male or Female OWNER bath home. A spacious patio adds
attached. Engagement ring in BEAUTIFUL wooded lot. 900 blockof to its desirability at only $10,000 I

CARl! purse. Sentimental reasons. Please PLACEMENT SERVICE N.W. 22nd Street. 110 xl55', with a very low down payment.Call I "THE HOUSE HUNTERS"
call 466-3130. Reward. Office Professional Also lot In Gwynn Oaks 200x. 376-1236.
Technical 180' with view and privileges ANGLEWOOD. Almost new 4 bedroom
College GraduatesFor ot Clear Lake. 376-5109. attractive home with central -
home. Reasonable rates. FR appt. call 372-6377 CHOICEarea heating and fully alr-condi-

6-''''. 10.12:00 A.M. 2-4:00 P.M. Beautiful 3 Acre Tract Entered by Is the location of this 3 bedroom twned. This was one of the new
60 ft. Wide Private Drive. N.W.
homes In
Monday through Friday the 1962 Parade of
home with
hardwood floors
IN PERSONNEL CENTER Section. Out of City Limits.E. Homes Show. Let us tell you
throughout. Large Florida room. 8:00-8:30 :
4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE 102 NW 2nd Avenue C "CURLY" KUEHN JR. attractive kitchen. All air conditioned more about this one. P.M.Channel
638 N. Main St.
Exp. secretaries, salary openCasltierhostees FR 6-2032 Broker FR 6-654 FLORIDA PARK AREA. A pleasant
LEARN TO DRIVEl Special attention attractive Call 376-1236.
3 bedroom
masonry home
to nervous or elderly. White housekeeper, $25 wk. on
LOTS a nice lot 110 x 154 located withIn
" .. NORTH Easy Way Driving School. FR Bookkeeper. *salary open.. SPANISHInspired walking distance to J. J. Fin- 5 I
2700 Lie by State of Fla. Exp. Walt res salary comm. SALE OR LEASE COMMERCIALNear lev Elementary School and Gaines
Exp. new V.A. hospital 5 acres terrace provides the view ville High School. Owner :
6 SF-fCIAL NOTICESDUE Store trainee. hi schl. grad. appr 4 acres plus. N. side of from the living room of this attractive town.
Off. trainee hi schl. grad. Archer Rd. call I 4 bedroom, 2 bath home '

Tree Auto surgeon salesman.foreman Exp. $2 hr. MARY MOELLER REALTOR I i Situated Excellent on low a lushly down tendseoed payment and lot. GCCD BUY. Owner leaving town Sponsored ;in the Public Interest by the .
to divorce I like
have a new I and must
1019 sell 4 bedroom 2
W. Ave. FR 6-4471 bath
Short order grill man I monthly terms to suit foe.
1964 model Zlg Zag Automatic your home
: living room family
CENTRAL Insurance trainee. $100 wk. Call 316-1236. room.
sewing machine that does ev built-In kitchen
Route salesman. Co. screened
erything. We would like someone Levy porch. Central heat and GAINESVILLE
to take up payments of $6.00 CONNELL 120 SE EMPLOY.1st Ave.AGY. 34 Waterfront Property conditioning. Priced to centralair sell. BOARD OF REALTORS

per mo. Small balance. Ph. 372-
Phone 376-8234
2051. WINFRED H. CRAWFORD FINLEY School area. Attractive 3
WRINKLES DISTRIBUTORS and CARRIERS Reg. Broker, specalblng In bedroom 2 bath masonry home
FLORIDA'SLARGEST !oty.Line Away needed for morning newspaper LAKE PROPERTIESACRE.. on nicely landscaped large lot. -
M plus Tax routes. Real opportunity for right AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose.GR Immediate possession. May we
; Odl's Pharmacy I person. Dependable transportation show you this one.
.. 116 Central Piaia (Next to Wlnn and cash bond required. Call 52981.ON IN THE
Dixie) I.D.U DrUVltore.ALUMNAEusWho. 372-4532 or write R. S. Ludwick THE GULF MASON MANOR. Very attractive 4 FUN
3620 S.W. Archer Rd. Cedar Key Shores bedroom 2 bath home located on

: ? HELP turn your spare time into a large lot with fenced back yard.
, : Local Personalities money. No soliciting or deliver- Other Properties ideal for children. Walking distance
workino to Westwood Jr. High. Central
Thursday May 28 ing. Adjust your own David Andrews
8:00 P.M.. Chunnel 5 hrs. $2.50 pe rhr. For appt call I heat and air conditioning. I

_37.7tol4acs __ C.br I\E't': 3841 FORDYCE UNDER Sill.tO. Me* 3 bedroom ,
: .. JACKSONVILLE i:1 l" r "JDITIOVC: c-i r- t I II' hes t--.ill under FHA soscif eat __1c.a6c
f e ,
: COMMUTERSRide l'p V.'rnteJOPPORTUNITY c. 1'I J r." ;- < -y'e to 'JolifjI:
[ .J4kaL or riders needed. Mon hoUe ei Cowpe Lahe tt miles I' Associates, Inc. I buyers w.'h FHA financing No

day thru Friday. Call FR KNOCKS! East of Gaiiesville. Price $ .:OO. Real Estate E :changors closng: costs aid no city taxes. SUN
available. Phone FR Multiple Listing Realtors I
6-2321 after You've read about fabulous VIllage
7:00 PMS Green. NowJielp sell itt 456. Grace S. Fordyce Broker WESTSIDE. New residential subdivision NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA
Dudley Goulden. Associate opening soon. Acre lots. I
Baby Sitters. Child Cart Excellent earning opportunity for BEAUTIFUL lot on the Suwannee I Harvey Benton, Associate streets now being paved. May we
licensed Real Estate salesman. River at !
Rock Bluff. Call 376- 926 W. Univ. 376-1236 tell you more about this restricted
i PLACE Allen Dorman. sales manager. 6160. BOATS MOTORSWHO
PLANNED program awaits yourprescnool residential area outside city lim
Hugh Edwards. Inc 377-1551
& JILL NURSERY and redfish at dock."
SCHOOL. your 3
16 Work Wanted Female WOULD LIKE THE 76th
Music choice riverfront
lots lots
programs educational some 24" GRILLS
fllnxtrlps. 45-5.15.. Mon.-FrLj on deep waterway priced from EXCLUSIVE AREA: Boat HUNTER Introduced Fiberglass Fishieg 12 Plywood fishing boats. HOOD-SPiT AND MOTOR
1331 S.W. 13th St. FR 6-3900. WANT lob as practical nurse or $1500. High timbered lots overlooking Acre lot in prestige area with PHILPOTT? by FRANK. $69.30 S109
FOR companion. Call FR 6-6319 waterway from $300. Good four bedroom panelled home/ Two EASY TERMS OR GOOD YEAR SERVICE! STORES
TINY TOT terms. C. Alton OQumn O/ fireplaces rustic exterior. Price CENTRAL THE TACKLE BOX
Is $21,000. Call 3725391 CHARGE 72] N. Main 372-3537
Culm's. Steinhatchee. Fla.
17 Work Wanted Male
I PLAY 'The' Heart Of East Gainesville
Visit electricity water well. 1 Check with Charlie
24 us and 1M for yourself. WANTED lob as master barber city acre land. See John Elton.Orange like this 3 acres outside ef SPORT CENTER FR 2-1m. List of Classifications to choose
SE '
NEW .th St. FR 7106.. 8. state permit. Call 2408 E. Univ. Springs City limits in exclusive section. Home of HUNTER Fiberglass from
; like to keep ildrerk Ave. Phone 376-7443. House is modem in construction Fishing Boats.MCCULLOCH
private home during week. Phone LITTLE LAKE SANTA FE Bird I with large sleeping are*. Guest Motors MURRAY
FR 6-5123. WAITRESS & COCKTAIL WAIT. Beach. Lots :12 S. :13. Each t. cottage. Living room with fire Trailers and JACKSON Sailing ALACHUA COUNTY'SONLY
RESS evening shift apply Mr. 90 x 280'. $7.500. terms, or $6400 place. $30000. Call. us at 372 Canoes. DEALER kIng Swimming-Diving.
Pozm University Inn from 2:00 JOHNSONSEA
cash. 3721335 '
: Employment to 8-00 P M. I -*here Quality Sells Itself HORSE MOTORS FishEquipment..
Furn. house in Yankeetown, 2 PASTURE SALES AND SERVICE Safety llama.Cclfmg .
'H HANDUSED 18 Schools & Instructions 5U acres fenced Two bedroom 20 NW. 14th Ave. Lone Star Boats. Orlando Clipper
River .
\ blks. from on paved strH't.Only
S30CO cash total price S. house. D*--> well.. Price Is $12.750.00 .- FR 2-5011 or FR 6-6893 Boats. Ski supplies. Sailing riGs. : EQUJ rNnf.
am r" -
E. Seen Bf lIltor. Nwbf> Fla financed. BAIRD'S MARINE
11 FEMALE HELP WANTED Real Estate Exam rv Man. Thru FrL 5-6 P.m. Sal ,.g 601 Tennis EquIpm't.BaaebaP .,
I Other Times by Appointment S.lN ST.
COURSE 35 Houses for.Sol I.i I. AND ASSOCIATES INC Equipment
ATTEND First lesson free.
:: Eani up to $5 per hour demon COLLEGE. 218 W. Univ. Ave tion. Den. screened porch air- I Carolyn I: Wayne Gardenhlre HUt Helen Mary Graham Parrish Sun Want Ads POOLSBE Where t* Fish.
trating famous Studio Girt FR. 6-3507.: :372-3727.
X Cosmetics. conditioning central heat Price 1 1 I If N.E. First St. Tel. 372-5375
Phone 376after Full or 6.Part Time. MEN I women 18 to 55 to train for $16.900. $600 down pay. 209 N.E. ;) CAREFREE Plwe many many mor*.
CIVIL SERVICE lots St. Call 2-6455. j

ICARS "SARAH COVENTRY" Examinations. For informationsend I FOR Sale or trade. New 4 6R FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY Get Results Enloy a clean and healthy:pool.
:i UNDER new management. OpenIngs name address t Phone No. home located in Westmoreland Master Pool Servict Inc. ADVEBTISZ ZN THC
for fashion directors. Part Key Training Service. 112 W. Estates. On city sewers, pavedSt Supplies & Monthly 'Cleaning
time or full time For appointment Adams St. Jacksonville. 2 Ig. bath Rmv. Ig. family service. _. -
"" call 372-7049. Rm. 81 living Rm. dining area. For top quality workmanship FR 2-S343 44040 23171 -naYICE DIJUXTOBTMR.
SPEEDWRITING Shorthand Central heat built-in kitchen Including call
UNIQUE positions open now for la GE dishwasher. 2 courtyards 3726142GAINESVILLE I
dies who qualify for pcnonaJU e d walk to scfeoo's! close to ':)/
218 W. Univ. Ave. FR 6-3507

-'-.. Mrvkcv.Line Vtvianr Cosmetics Woodard personal Prestige In :SIX weeks Junior typing tiass. S22JOO.U of F &Down medical payment center $1.700.FHA UPHOLSTERY MERCHANT: To place your ad in the

terview In the privacy of your Summer- adtooL. Registration Immediate occupancy. Drive by Associates: 1 ISO M.W 13m $t I I
home. Call 376-1480 for appoint- June .. Howelfs Business College 1027 NW 40m Drive. Call Batter Anna Hinson Florence Burns Free Estimate*-nek aWdelivery. I' Fun in the Sun section PHONE 372-8441
i : ment. 218 W. Univ. Ave. Phone 376- Brothers. 372-9545 daily. 376-9048 Caroline Neves BA Grrffia -
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1 The Term REALTOR is a distinctive designation for members of the National' Association. of Real Estete Boards and it stands for business competence combined with high standards of business conduct. _

N 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 1
those who adhere to the REALTOR'S Cod. of Ethics.

r. 35 Houses for 5.1.Gracious I 35 Houses for Sal 35 Houses For Sole 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sal 43 Colored Property I

I ARMY Officer transferred. must
M VERY NICE 3 bedroom CCB FOR SALE BY OWNER. NW see SPACIOUS 2 story 4 bedroom 2 sell. 3 BR. 2 battFla.. room. 2 Bedroom CCB house. near SIdney HOMES FOR SALE
house. Oak parquet floors patio. tion 3 bedroom. 2 tile baths. bath frame house. Swimmingpool. i In N. W. Near School. $15. 00. Lanier School. Shopping Cen 2 & 3 Bedrooms. SE 14th St. &
THE TIME IS NOW near School and Shopping Cen built-in appliances. double carport N E. Phone FR 23738. Negotiate equity. FR 25043. ter. $8,000 furnished. 330 N..W. SE lOts Ave. Some no down pay.
& ter. See at 403 N.W. 19th Ave. paved street, connected to $300 Down, $33 Month. 4-Bedroom 19th Lane FR 25849. ment. Some small down pay.
Spacious $ .5oo. Dial 4754381. sewer. Small down payment. FAMILY HOMES 2 bath. swimming pool member- men:. Monthly payment $57 to
3 BR. 2 bath CB. appr 2000 sq ft Days phone 372-3824. After 4PJM. shp. Ideal N. E. location. Call NEARLY new 4 BR home with all $45. Also homes built on your
living space restricted residential BRICK HOME. .fenced wooded tot, 3744774. 524,500 Three bedroom 1 bath. family between 2 and 7. FR 24123. luxury features within walking lot for no down payment.
area. Fla. room. Ig modem kitchen 4 BR. 2 bath. Ig. living rm.. distance of new school. $31,500. Cad TOMMY RIDGELL
db(. garage, like new. Ex Fla. Rm.. & screened porch. room paved street Central 3 Bedrooms. 2 bath. fireplace, wall Easy terms. 529 N.W. 58th St. sunder P"FR 2-4125
Do You Heat and Air-Cond.
Have A Room will In this fireplace to wall carpeting. Madison Park.
ApartmentOr clusive. Call for appointment. Call Elect. kitchen, cent. heat & air YOU tike the colors Phone 374-3549.
paved patio. walk to Llttlewood-
Phone FR 4-1041 3701 N.W. 23rd
Mary Moelier.Spacious cond. Many extras including 3 BR. IV* bath home. If you
swim club membership. NE sec don't owner will change 'em. Best Westwood Place. schools. 3403 N.W. 7th Avenue. 3 BR, ; bath Fla. Rm., dining 44 Cottages for Rent
House to Rent? tion. Reasonable down payment. buy at 15750. Fenced yard WWCarpets room. dbl. carport extras. 11.500
GrCharming $123 per mo. Call FR 25953 and drapes. Call FR 2- NEW down. 4012 SW 19th St. FR 29024. -
3784 or see at 719 N.W. 19th Lane. $1MOO Three bedroom 2 bath, FURNISHED. 1 BR cottage all
evenings.KOREAN Florida room. Central heat. Walk ,I 3 bedroom. 2 bath homes near electrIC. Me shower good ventilation
to Howard Bishop and Metcatt: school. V.A. nothing down only FOR SALE BY OWNER 4 BR. 2 located on Santa fe
: REMEMBER-A rental COSTS Older. home near J. J. Finley. schools. 906 N.E. 2Cth Aye. $100 closing. FHA minimum bath Ig. Fla. rm.. utility area Lake, Phont FR 2-5458 or FR 2-
vacancy Realistically priced. 3 Br.. C.B. VETERANSOnly J.w.KIRKPATRICK. down payment. N..W. ith St. and separate living rnx dining rm.. 8149.
L R Dining rm family room & 13000. Three bedroom. 2 bath. 37th Place.NORTHEAST. kitchen, wall to wan carpeting In
YOU MORE then the rH tlu' ".:11 rentit study. Landscaped yard. lovely $100 down. N.W. New 3 large lot with sprinkler system. living rm., glass' sliding door HOUSE on Little Lake Santa Fe.
area 11 .7SQ. Call Mary Moeller. BR. 1 and 2 Bath Homes. Inv Walk to Sidney Lanier schooL leading to 16' x 24 patio fenced private beach dock. boat. $40
mediate occupancy. All city services -' 410 N.W. 19th Lane. bedroom.. 2 bath hOme. many In back .yard. 1325 NE 12th Ter. weekly. Call FR -.4943.I .
I !r New 3 blks. to elementary and I colonial manner on a 1 built-In features on large lot. FHA 19500.
I Listing lunior high schools. Price $12.250 corner lot In Black Acres. Brick $?.020, Reduced this week. F.H.A. financed $500 down payment BEDROOM TRAILER. NO
See this charming home. 3 BR ta $15.000 including brick coil and frame. dbl-hung windows with i Valuation $10,750. 3 Br.. 1 bath NW. SECTION. 3 BR. 2 baths PETS FR 2-5633.
shutters fireplace, carpet 3 bed- large and util.. lots of
C.B. Fla room with fire place. nlals. Total monthly payments fireplace, and screened: porch.
I roorrs 2 bjtls two car DAN BYRD and Well BEACH HOUSE Crescent Beach.
ga- cupboard counter on
Iq yard. excellent space.
Here's what COST YOU from $75. Located N.W. 39th St.. 1033 N.W. 22nd Avenue.ALACHUA .
your $17.900. $150000 equity. Monthly N.W. 13th and 14th Place. Call rage. $23,80000 landscaped rear terrace. excel. a few weeks still free. Call FR
payments like rent. $125.00 month. 29545 daily and 6-9048 nights. ,, SPECIAL In so many ways: Slze- ASSOCIATES, INC.Jack lent condo 3725754. 25M1
3 bedrooms. 2 baths
EVERY DAY until it is rented: Call Mary MoellerSuburban BUTLER BROS. I Area Bonus- Lfttlewood A Debt Associates- Realtor 3 rm.BR. back 1V Bath.yard dining fenced.rm.In.Carol Fla. 45 Furnished Apts.

Beauty 3 BEDROOM house for Sale by Terms-- Very playhouse flexible E. E. Holloway-Christine Stone Estates. near schools and chunh-:
Owner. Partly furnished. Near Walter Stoddard es. Call 372-8774. NICELY furnished convenient
: IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS:: 3 BR, C.B. lot 159 x 105 sparkling University.. Shown. by appointment. Price SI4,4OO.ooMortgage 4V4 pet. 825 N.W. 13th Street 372.2511 3 BR Fla. Rm. Carol Estates downtown area. $75. Also garage
d & cozy In country-like area FR 2- 8"
Call night or day
apt. air conditioned. $90. Adults
SPACE for your grand piano space near schools. Pay low equity
near shopping 12750. Excellent IN NEWBERRY 3 BR. Fla. Rm., for your full.size buffet. space for HIBISCUS PARK. T.T. Flnley & assume VA loan with $77.94 only. no pels. Inquire Lillians
$40 . $1.33
mo. day
per per financing call Mary Music Store.FURNISHED .
1 bath kitchen living rm., dinIng your king-size bed and elbow School area. 3 BR spacious house. mo. payments. Ph. 374-0539.
.. rm. Block home with 2'/i room for you and all the familytoo. attic fan lots of storage quiet
.$50 per mo. . $1.66 per day New Listing acres of land within city limits. neighborhood. FR 2-0992. with living Apartment Rm.. bedroom.for rent Hit

: Jumbo brick quiet simplicity. 3 br. Price $14,000. Phone 4722459. Superior construction priced at $24,50000.and reasonably LITTLEWOOD AREA 4 BR 3 38 Real Estate Wanted battIlr
$55 per mo. . $1.83 per day i Fla t'i:: breezeway excel $16,100 LAKE ROSA frontage and a year bath. 2050 sq. ft. living area. Apt. FR"'29549.FURNISHED .
i and priced on to 4 Br.. 2 Bath Ig. Lr. kit., porch round modern. masonry, 3 bedroom central heat. built-in kit.. blk. Apt. for rent $55 per
TEACHER wants to buy 3 4
days market.Budget extra utility, air cond.. stove. house with 4 car garage REALTY from Westwood Jr. High, 2 blks. or mo. Water furtu Call FR 21823or
$60 $2.00 bedroom home with
per mo. . per day Home $102 Mo. Total. Equity on terms. and large lot. Recently reducedto from Llttlewood Elem. School. country FR 2-3194-
3721854 18000. Ready for Immediate Associates Ideal for Ig. family or family acreage or home In nice older
$65 mo. . 2.16 day C.B. 3 br. 2 bath cent heat. Buy occupancy. Consider rentingfor Alre T. Smith. Broker and elderly persons. Priced for section of town. Send details to ONE-I BR'turn apt, with private
per per Mabel Gore. Associate $24400 3439 N.W. box 424-M Gainesville Sun.
lirmed. sale.
like rent. $1X500. Call Mary $450 DOWN a six month period. ent. Also a 2 BR apt with air
Moeller. 3 bedrooms and 2 baths central ,,635 N. E. 1st St. 376-2<<8 13th Ave. 372-2893. conditioner. Walking dist. to

$70 per mo. . .$2.33 per day I heat. screened porch and large 2R0di1fliliflfllfltI08lIlUft81UW0lHW1lWUflii1Mi iIIIUIJIJIDIIIItARE nu8nnnRmmnmnRnw town. Call FR 25514.
family room. beautifully land- 39 Out of Town Property
4 room apartment. Close
$75 per mo. . $2.50 per day scaped with back yard fenced ta hopping.. 609 N.E. 6th St.

411 near. N.schools W. 34th and Drive.shopping Call$15,000 anyRalph i COMFTHESE i iAE HOUSE FOR sale In Keystone Pfione FR 2-1391. $45 per monis.I .

$80 per mo. .. . $2.66 per day 'e % acre Heights.lot Fla.will 3 sacrifice.BR.. 1 Appraise baths. 1 wa'R'living'room''-'' ..cl Sets.ff large. large built patio.In

at $18000. will sell fOr $14.990. kitchen. Phone FR 2-3824.
$85 per mo. . $2.83 per day Call 374-1148, Gainesville after 5
I HOABEFORE VALUES I pm .. FOR RENT 1 bedroom furnished
apartment. Clean and cooL: $40

$90 per mo. . $3.00 per day Ii 1 rou BUY I 40 Business Properties Ronnie month. Hayward Water furnished.FR 2-4741 Call or

.$95 per mo. . $3.16 per: day FURNISHED duplex for sal* by FR 4-4134. f
J. W. KIRKPATRICK NICE .1 BR furnished apt. Private
Norwood owner. Two bedrooms each. Excellent
Realtor/ I location. lot. Live In bath & entrance. Hot & cold
$100 per mo. . $3.33 per day 31 N. Main Phone FR 2-8404 I SAVE! one and rent other. Owner will water furnished. $SO per mo.
MARY Member Multiple Listing .
ASSOCIATES: Hope"H" finance. 924 SW 7th Ave. Phone 2 9704 or 1995..

Floye Mathiasen Irene BunnellA. <( W. Reece Capt.. USN Ret. Inc. 2 rooms private bath off-street
CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR MOELLER I illness.) parking no pets. 15 SW 2nd _Pt,
Realtor II .........'"'""11_"._..._..__ Business for sale FLA. Burger 19 -
FOSSEYDick We Trade Homes cents. Fannin Springs Fla. on FURNISHED apartment for rent
I Hlchway 19, 27, 129- 98. Write taRt for two, mal only. alr-condl-
SUN RENTAL WANT ADS REALTOR RobinsonAssociatePh. 1115 NW 40th Drive or Property .. I f Box 1M. Trenton Fl I.. ttonlng central heating, u f II.
furnished. Phone 2-8433 or 6-4173.
376-1359 I 3 Br. 2 Bath
1019 W. Univ. Ave. FR 4-4471 11 W. University Ave. HOME 'wnRnlinflnflwuMmullm1uffll8u! I 42 Farms & Acreage DUPLEX 2 BR furnished apt. Gas
Member Multiple Listing "Selling Florida Since 1904" The for cooking & heating. Cold
following are ready tor
Mary Moeller Broker TRI-LEVEL HOME 3 BR. 2 Bath, We must saerifice this BEAUTIFUL rolling 2 to 3ii water furn. Private front & back
Associates dining rm., fireplace. cen. g Our inventory is too occupancy. estates. Choice of wooded or entrance. Phone FR 2-4400. 1804
E. W. Moeller Foster Kessler BUYERS permanent pasture. 7 miles west NE Uth Place.
heat. built-in kit. equip., screened much-We will take
I 35 Houses for Sale _ patio. dbl.-car garage. West. $750 for our equity. 1442 NE 16th PI. I of Gainesville. $400 per acre- TWO Bedroom Trailer $40 one
be the first to make choice

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1'.M. Approximate mortgage. $98 per mo. Agency 3722954. 6th St. Call 29838.

NEW NOT IN SUBDIVISION 3 BR, block Hurry to take advantageof I FARMS RANCHES ACREAGE 2 BR 1st floor furnished apt. large
I H. & shingle colonial. Kirby Smith The James Co. this. 2024 NE 16th Terr. RURAL PROPERTIES rooms. screened porch. clean
2i/ ) & St.. Patrick Schools. Near
fireplace en 3 BR 2 bath. $350 down. $93. freshly painted sprayed monthly
Park. Fenced yard. I
LISTINGSTHEIR The James Co. of Gainles. ROBERTS C. SMITH. REALTORU.S. for pests. Water furnished. $60
hardwood floors. $12. 00. Owner. vllle. Inc., Builders of Kings- E per week. Hwy. 441 Mlcanopy Fla. per mo. Phone FR 45883.
Phone FR 22736. berry Homes for this area will Ph. 444-3120

LOSS could be your gain. i BY;-OWNER. attractive 4 BR. 2 be happy to answer any questions 1115 3 NE Br. 5th 2 Bath St. 3330 & 3320 2 ACRES 10 paved miles out. YOUNG preferred COUPLE but no or aged children couple

See this excellent listing. Three i Gas1itosiii bath lovely yard. Air cond.. you might have concern- I NW 30th Ave. Comfortable older 3 B.R. home pest Upstairs apt. Available or
Bedroom two bath centrally heat I cent. heat. dbl. utI!. rm. swim Ing home ownership. You mightbe Our Loss 3 BR. 1 bath, $500 dn, $79JO with modern bath 14 bearing pecan Call 4-4512. now.
ed and air conditioned house with club membership. Walkina distance one of those people that Your Gain mo. I trees Whole price 400000.
r per
Florida Room and screened porch Metcalfe & Howard Bishop. now owns a home but found g -Our inventory must Requires $3,00000 cash. OUCHI 1 BEDROOM furnished duplex.
everlooklng a spacious landscaped $450 dwn. $98 mo. 2832 NE Uth that It Is now Inadequate I II be lowered We will 4617 SE 1st PI. ARCH CAMPBELL. REALTORPh. Newly decorated. $50 month. 17
this Is the case. I call to The N.E.
374-5707. ANYTIME 13th St. Phone FR 2-0374.
garden. I Terr. Ph. 376-2349. James Co. could very well g take $750 for our equi 4518 & 4608 SE 2nd P1.

$40000 DOWN and $80.00 per ; CUOI/It l0/lle -- solve your problems. By this ty. You assume $13,600 3 BR. 1 bath. $400 dn $68 FORDYCEACREAGE REDWOOD APTS. 4401 S.W. 13th
month will buy this three bed- ii McCOV'SMacoma we mean trading In your pre- (Approx.>)> mortgage oer mo. St. New air conditioned I BR
room house with Florida Room. 1 sent home. Hurry! We must sell 303 SE 38th St. apfs. water furn. $90 per mOo
Included. Call FR 6-0427 26723.
:: Range and refrigerator 304 & 314 SE 39th St. or
i.i Homes, There are a number of questions now! 5
3 BR 1 bath. $400 dn. 144 CLEAN 2 BR upstairs apart*
home and 334 that we can answer concerning NEW LISTINGS
2 ACRES bedroom OF masonry LAND ONLY 2V.* : i 1 Inc.For trading. We feel that per mo. ; Approximately 20 acres. $4,400 ment Phone, near 23329.Campus. $90 per mo.

: mites "from the cit. "- limits. $!.- VillagtrQrecn attractive 3- by talking with us you can EI 3236 NW 29th Ave. beautifully high and rolling. Just
: 000 DOWN Sale 1-bath very home. 4617 pick a suitable floor plan and I 3 BR. 2 bath S450 dn, $98 g off a paved road. Excellent for 1 I BR furnished apt., water furnish
; bedroom. Ave.; walking exterior design that will suit Norwood perm truck farming. Wonderful soil. ed. 4131 NW 12th Ter 10 per
BLACK ACRES We have 2 lovely E. University Forest your needs, from our many E mo. Call 374-244 or 376-2930 ask
I 3 bedroom 2 bath masonry .. 6 MODELS OPEN' distance Price to Lake$11500. $500 plans that we keep on hand 3301 & 3311 m Small farm. It acres with beau- ___for_ Mr. Haynes.
Schools. A call to
the James Co. will
I Hope
desirable area.CALL tiful
In this view. North
homes very ,000. of
US FOR DETAILSI ::1 down and $79.50 per month. get all the facts about any NW 30th Ave. Gainesville. NICE freshly pinted 1 Bedroom.
Today 1 Till Dark Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoyJr. type financing any questions "H" Inc. 4 B R, 2 bath. $400 dn, $91 $45 per month. Phone FR 4-4481.
I FR 6-7290. nights FR Approximately 160 acres $110 an See 15 SW 3 Avenue.
ACREAGEWe have several Day you might have without any I per mo.
acre. 12 miles from Gainesville.
: N.
largeand small tracts of land I iy: : 4-5015. Office corner obligations on your part. This property Is an excellent I BEDROOM, completely furnished
available. CALL US NOW and 23rd Blvd.EEYESRIGHT. 4138 NW 19th ST. I buy and won't last long. upstairs or downstairs near
: I .L6i6Wl8 2WO3 !1:1:t We have lots available Inmost I We Trade Homesor 2 S R, 1 bath "00 dn. $47 per shopping center. See at 612 N.W.
any section of town for 10th Ave. or phone 43549. $75
: Merrill I you to choose from. PropertyIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIImRDIIIIIIIIIIIIIIfII FORDYCEAssociates
John I per mo.
II en ;
I lyHUGH EDWARDS INC Jimmy Womeldurf and Gene J Inc. 2 BR furnished apart with porch.
: Realtor See real dream living In Shadow I Paramore have over 30 years / / Near University See at Ill N.W.
Lawn Estates. Models Open.F. combined experience In the RENT 926 W. Univ. 376-1236 ism St. or cell 2-4647. $55 per
;. L D. Oliver, Bldr. I construction of homes. By care- mo.
Phone 3721494 ful supervision 1 OPEN FOR YOU TO ENg 124 SE 7th St.38R.lBath. ACREAGE
ASSOCIATESMARCELLA Phone 372-1551 n Ph. FR J<844 by Jim and JOY SEEING ANYTIME IF TWO bedroom furnished apt
.. PARDI West on NW 39UI Ave. past i Gene homeowner It will enable you as the = YOU WILL JUST CALL. 1 Year Lease $95 per Mo. g- 1575 Acre working cattle ranch near Univ. & Alachua' General
W. H. BUCKHANNAN the Glen Springs Intersection. for get more home 1 1123 SE. 4th STREETFR within 35 mi. Gainesville appr. 1 Hospital. Ph. FR -795J, Games-
\ L'T.TL.L. __, SalsIgnonlift. makes your The money James and construction certainly. S 6-5301 or FR 6TttfHOUSE mmmmwum IIIIIIIIIIIRIRIUIIlrIlllllIllllllllllllllIlllllllllllll ml. pavod road highway frontage ville or write R. T. Stroud P. O.
to be en well fenced $12500 per acre with _Box 345. St. Augustine.
i beyond compare. ----_._ -----_._--_._-- nice 3 br. cent heat & A-C home
REALTORWEEK -- By building primarily the Included. Call Mary Moeller. EAST SIDE

Klngsberry home we feel we
have a great advantage and 40 Acres 10 ml Gainesville off GARDENAPARTMENTS
See Them All, ThenCOMPARE great opportunity for you as HUNTING? state Rd 26 1359 per acre

the purchaser to pick design
t and floor plans that are created S.W. 7V4 acre Ranchettes, restrict $57 per month up
by some of the country's CHECK THESE NORTHWEST ed.
SPECIALS leading architects.If Finest
: S.W. one acre lots available
I Furnished or unfurnished
you desire complete Information Lovely 1
HOMES TODAY and 2 bedroom apart
: 95 acres. Colonial Home. 2 lakes
call The James Co. and
menf. 309 NE tth St. Phone .
on property borders on another
New Listing we will be happy to come to 9608.
your home and spend any within 25 mL Gainesville.
3 bedrooms. 2 bathS. extra large ( need enough amount of time necessary to FHA & VA $30,000 good terms. Call Mary LARGE, modern clean, I bedroom
... family room.The kitchen Comes and I ( LOT SIZES you I explain The James Co. systemof Moeller. 'apart, S7J per mOo Call
equipped with range oven room for privacy) home ownership.We FR 2425.

brick family fireplace.room otter Living heating wall room to wall and and I / SQUARE FOOTAGE ( PER DOLLAR) can secure FHA, VA and $15,400Three 2-Story yard, home beautiful In!y landscaped.Melrose. Large 1 BEDROOM garage apartment
Central I
'catpetlng. several different types of conventional furnished. For rent at 30* S.E.
situated on paved street. financing.Let 2 Story home, n ear Gainesville Approximately tttr St. $SO month. FR 4-2641 or
.U. d Buyer down payment Jl450. /* I (ours ore published on our price list) bedroom. two bath colonial model. All brick 40 acres. Suitable for _6-2930 Mr. Haynos.

full price $21.750. f (ask anyH.C.M.) us mention a few of front, comer lot. paved street all city services walkto guest or nursing home. on. lake. 1
tth St., $65.
the Homes that are either under elementary and Junior High schools. Only $550
1 BR, 419
4004 N.W. Home Owner) planning construction. or In the down; only $94.53 per month complete. These homesare MARY MOELLER. REALTOR EFF... 419 r:::: 2nd 2nd Ave.Ave.: $55.$45.

stage.4Bedrocm. for 1019 W. University Ave FR 6-4471 1 BR, 3505 N.W. 17th
new and almost ready occupancy. St.. $45.
.13th Place Plus Gainesville's Only Resident-Restricted Swim Club 2 BR.
lOt WI
3 full tile baths MUST SELL new CCB. 2 BR home w. Univ. Ave.. $75.
I Centvat )lr conditioning and central with over 2300 Sq. Ft. living In Lacrosse with 3 acres. Price McKINNEY-GREEN INC
heating are cfferel: In this reduced J8500 Good terms Call Realttrs FR 2-3617
f area. You must see this hometo
3 bedroom, 2 bah res't'CC. 'I You owe it to yourself to buy a home you'll be comfortable in -- a Kirkpatrick & appreciate it. We will tradeon $13,500Three I owner, Steve Kesterson at FR 6- ON 301 fi Waldo. furnished cot.

.. Beautiful large live oak snadefree Pierson home. Before you buy, consider your future plans check room sizes for this one.3Bedroom. 4441 anytime. _ tage, kitchen bedroom and bath
-.Drive by. then call us tor tun.tjre pac, nent, lock for convenient: traffic patterns. Ycti'll find excct.y v-hst $18 week Includes utilities. etc.
.. details on this reasonably priced }Vi bath with 15 ACRES ON Archer Road. Includes 4481184.. _
: S home.Building'Lot. you need in one of our 14 new models. Live in an established community of happy hardwood floors located on bedroom one bath model with: double! access 2 CCB buildings and 200"I

home owners" (27 families have purchased two homes in Highland Court Manor well shaded lot. Small down- to master bath. Stunning exterior elevation. lOOx 4" well with water system. Phont I 1 BEDROOM furnished Apartment!

I : I I one family has purchased three) I payment. FHA.Construction i 100 foot lot. Lots of windows. Only $450 down FHA. FR 22449 after S or weekends. Completely Large' shady private yard., $40 close Montn.In.

This lot Is located In prestige to start soon on I Monthly payments only $81.00 per month. INVESTOR'S SPECIAL Phone 448-1595 Watdo.

area lust oM of N.W. 22nd Street VISIT OUR MODEL HOME TODAY rnV. A. Bedrooms homes 240 land acres with of 420 beautiful rolling TRAILER ( cabana 2 BR furnished -
I on NW. 7th tan*. 14.750 Is the .E. Gainesville.i : Call now I ft. frontage on $55
Lake Santa Fe. 900 ft. canal. per mo. 1724 SE 47th
+ and make all color selections. $15,000Three
price. I Ideal location for retirement estate Ter. Couples or couple with
3 Bedroom-2 Bath-Fla. Room All these
THE CHESTERFIELD will be brick veneer.
I development or Investment. small child. Ph. FR 2-1576.
: 1554 .q. ft. Enclosed Space We have 40 lots on 39th Ave.
; Near University 100-X274'. Pick a lot and house bedroom two bath Sherwood model.! 1200 $ 29sl'nited Farm Agency. AIR cond. luxury furn. apt. Moving,
Economy and comfort can be yours I I Drive North on Main, turn right at NE 23rd Blvd., continue plan to suit you. square feet of modem living space. Only $100 down FR out of town. Rent paid until July
In this 3 bedroom 2 bath home. to NE 12th St. and turn LEFT. Follow Signs to NE 31st Ave. BEAUTIFUL Country Estate. 31' 15 will sub-rent at great loss. Colonial
VA FHA. of
$450 Monthly approximately
or payments
; .Full price S13.IM. $400 down pay. Now under construction 3- acres-fields, woods on Levy Lake Manor Apt 372505 .r FR
inent to FHA Buyer. Why pay Bedroom 2 baths wilt 1453 $91.00 per unit complete. sy,. year old .Ir-cond. 3.000 Mb 4-3241. ed. 2171. HocMtIm.t .
t rent Dial 372-3522 for complete Cirkpatrick & Pierson offers many built-in benefits and quality Sq. Ft. floor area double carport Ft. 2-bath home, storage bldg. : BEDROOM. S room apartment

*.lls. features which feel of to their on shaded 100x274 lot. Will summer house carport. II miles N.W. 7th Ttr. Available June1st.
they are utmost importance customersin trade $12,250Our
I on this one. S. of Univ. of Fla. Off 441 a\ Seen by appointment.

t : ActNow Highland Court Manor. A few of these: i 75. Owner. 4443437.Qualify Month. Phone FR 4-3825. $75

.. Very choice large custom built I Wolmanized pressure-treated: lumber is used from shoes through studs best buy at a popular price. Three bedroomone

.- horn outside In beautiful city limits wooded at area.West SJ2.I .. and plates to insure you a lifetime of termite protection. bath home. new and distinctively different at $400 E. C. "CURLY"KLJEHN

000 This wont be "0n the marhr' Del Mar natural finish wooden cabinets for losting, chip-proof beauty. down FHA. 100x100 lot with trees. $74.00 a month
total Newly clean and ready for a family. JR.
for long. payments.
: S Your choice of or electric Toppon built-ins America's favoriteline. j Homes ,
gas All walk and Junior
I I jI city services, to elementary High Homef. LoU. Income BUl-
I schools. Incas and Lake Property

O Copper water lines for a lifetime without corrosion. I All of these homes are located on N.W. 39th Street. 'WESTVILLAN.W. Farm and Acreafe.C. .
0 Moen Diol-Cet! shower and tub fixtures ;just set the temperature I N.W. 13th and 14th Place, and are readily acces- "CURLY"CM N. MAIN KUEHN.ST. Jr.

I I to your liking and turn off and on without adjustment. For More InformaticsCall sible to downtown. medical center. VA Hospital, and 16th Are. '\ FRWJJ Broker FR M544
I nearby shopping center.
S Courteous. cooperative salesmen! whose primary goal is making you & 37th St. ..

happy in your new home.JIigh1and. TheJames WHY PAY RENT? r



: Court Manor ; Co.Of j Cooperative apastmtnto to

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the swim club Builder of KiasIt.rryHomca Estates.BUTLER information call FR 4-221
I : iT.F or write
I BROTHERSPhone STUBBS, P. 0. Bex 13956
Gainesville. "..
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1219 W. Unv. Ave.n.3m NIGHTS & HOLIDAYS University Park
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..:: UIUIIIU""II"Itlill"UfllllllhlllllIIllImltlUIIIIIIIIIIIIIII" I I 56 Business Opportunities; I 66 Mise .For Sale. I, 77 Mobile Homes for Safe | 85 Automobiles for Sale I 85 Aufo-rcbifes! far Safe! 85 Automobiles for Sal

48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. h

n CLASSIFICATION INDEX 12 LANE BOWLING ALLEY On W. BEAUTY SHOP equipment. Hydro- 1958 HICKS frailer, 8 x 43: *. with 1963 Oldsmobile Jetfire hardtop .:$4 4-door alr-o. CHEVY I: S2 FORD ranch V-8 Cruisamatlc -
I Univ. Ave. for lease. Opportunity lic .|rklng chair. shampoo bowl 11 x 30' cabana. Air conditioned air conditioned Nova. This one monli radio wao ,, I
LEASE or SALE. Prof. moving. for the right man to get in chair with dryer. and a reducing 3 BR. furnished. Phone 376-7317. coupe old and Is being offered steering, new paint.h.te per
E 3 Br. 2 bath. Hardwood floors. the bowling alley business with a couch. Reasonable. May be seen 4 speed transmission. Caris below lowest available Gainesville Rentals. 2017 NE
ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE double garage. Ig. wooded lot. small amount of capital. Call FR through Saturday from 8.00 to FOR SALE or rent. 1960 Great parked Univ. City price. Call FR 4-Wi daysor Ryder 372-848U
Lakes Mobile 27th Phone
3m Me"ortaa Faculty neighbors. 3436 S.W. 6-2641 or FR 6-2930. Ask for Mr. 5:00. MIzell's Beauty Shop 259 Home. Located on Bank parking o lot. See Mr. 3725032 evenings Ave -
t Card 01 'nub 11Wnte4 I. BayS I 20th St. Haynes. N. Bay, Starke Fla. Phone 964- private lot. Call 372-2408.
LoI& II Yoi4 MachiDe" II 1'.11 6171.ROSE'S. Foster o M. Johnson at BRING out the best In your car.Superior IMPALA '61. 4-dr., HT, R 8H, PS i
4 I'en.n&Uzed Sentell is Building *!atenals 3 BR house at 1311 NE 14th Terr. the bank. Auto painting & body PB. good condition assume b
Stove & refrigerator $115 per 61 Wanted Lawn Mower Service. I 78 TRUCKS FOR SALE service $4879 one
I 'h.nl lafor..u.a 1& Bouehold G.... to Buy work. Fast dependable ; ante, payments dl
I Speelal NeU" E5 AaUoeo = mo. Phone FR 6-2472. Wet man am back at old stand. 516 W. 61 CORVAIR coupe at ..... SWS free pickup dliry. WRIGHT'SBODV now. See at 1631 SE 23rd L.n
'I Florioto 61 IlIac. }'.r SaJoa Realty. University Ave. I buy sell and NW 6th St. after
COMET ... .. 21 5:3
Baby Sltterg Ql1 Care .1 Trading POlto 1110 NW 40th Ave. '3 BR, CCB WANTED: water cooler must be trade. 1st class repairs as al- 1956 and 1957 Ford pickups. Excellent 6 RENAULT .. ....... ..S1.5 FR 6977.CONSUL. WORKS. )
Places T. Go Lid Articles Wsnt.4Thlngi home separate dining rrru carport priced reasonable and In good ways. I cond. throughout. Will sell 6 ... .. excellent.
RENAULT .......... S79S 1941 all extras excellentcon1itl 56 CHEV.. 4 dr., 6 cyL.
working condition. Call 372-8441 6 .
19 Fa..1 front porch. Stephen either .
T. 8e. 00 00 '" W.ob Foster. $80 per mo. 376-5920. ext. 2fl, 8-5 weekdays. 12" Aluminum Mon Ark Boat. twin one. FR 372-4904. FIAT. 400 ml. ..........._ $995 $ Phone 372-89C7.- Must see and hear to appreciate.Price
Baa" .- Marlao. Eatp. g I live well. practically new. 5V 1956 INTERNATIONAL cab over 62 FORD Galaxie ......... $1,495 1617 N.W. 10th S Phone evenings .
AUTOMOTIVE 'U Ca..p Bunt nib MODERN. 3 BR, IW bath air-con- CASH for your used furniture refrigerators Johnson motor. run 3 hrs. Must van. A-I condition $300 cash. Phone or FR Ave. 376
71 Alrplu. Salel-Ee.tala 'n OffIe ,iJimest ditioned with large screened I stoves. TVs clothing see to appreciate. Bargainl Call _Rt. 1, Box 43-A, Archer Fla 2-6
n Mobl> Homes for SaJi 13 MuJcal Merchud.la. = porch carport and utility room etc. FR 2-3937. William's FR 6-5625. 1901 S.W. 8th Drive. MUST SELL Pontiac Catalina 1963 LOOKING FOR A GOOD SPORT Pontiac Catailna 4 dr.. HT I

71 Tracks for Sale i with washer-dryer connections Service Center Hawthorne Road. Kirkwood. 80 Tractors & Truck Rentals factory air-conditioning power- CAR? Try this 1960 Alpin 1960 new tires air. PS. R & H
Truck. Wanted at 601 N.W. 36th Ter.. $125 per steering power brakes R & H your search will b over. Call

:: Tr&et.rs & Truck EeDtala REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 5 mo. Call FR 2-1476 or FR 6-2735. 62 Machinery & Tools BRAND NEW 1964 RENT a truck one-way anywrtere S Call 2-S. 376-74 ________ __ _S1.1o.-.Phone 36-9.

lit Trailer RentalS isIS MODERN HOMEFully in the USA. from United Rent.Ails. LE- ---------.I.9 ____----
2 Bedroom house on Lake Wau-
Mo&.re1deo U Lot. for SaJo BULLDOZER-Caterpillar 10. Very ,
k Seaoten
625 NW 8th Ave. FR 6-2835.
1& Aat..oblJo Repair. II WMertz' ProlH'rt1 5 burg. Newly decorated, phone good condition. $1,700. Call Ala- automatic zig zag

IS! Aato..obUes for 8a1. J$ flOvies For &&Is _444-3130 Micanopy. chua 442-1780. sewing machine. Set dial QUALITY A
II Swap C&rs 31 conareo 1'.1' Sali = WHERE
11 Beal Eltato EzebangJEDUCATI.NAL CLEAN. quiet. 3 BR, 1 bath home 64 Household Goods for fancy stitches appli- 83 Motorcycles & Scooters i I

sa Real Estat W&nted 5II near elem. school. $100 per mo que but tonholes etc. ,
OUt .t T.wa 515 N.W. 36th Ave. Phone 2-8989. LAMBRETTA '63 Mechanically excellent.
Seltoola .. Instruet2oi :: E'1nts Pr.periy i T-A-G APPLIANCESTested $119. No reasonable offer refus. TRADITION
Pr.p.rt avail.
2 BR unfurnished house.
It Mule DGellle. and Guaranteed Sewing Machine Service
e Call FR 2-8426 or Univ.
41 ReSldeDtiaI
Zncsms June 1st. $SO mo. 411 SE 17th
to Wulecl-lDltneUoa 4! Farms E 42 Refrigerators from $39 up 815 W. Univ. Ave. 2355. and value are traditional.'
II Aerear. St. Contact Clyde Dunn.RENTAL 9 Ranges from $39 up ex. It pays to shop for a used car where quality
43 Colored
Property Rentals FR 6-1075
17 Washers from $19
Prop.rty Sues
8 Dryers from $49 up REPAIR I
n W.rk Wanted M" = AUTOMATIC Whittnauerzoom
II Work Wuted Femsi. RENTALS We have many attractive rentalsIn 2 Food-Freezers from:: up ; 8 mm elec. camerapro- &
2 Dishwashers from up lector combination. .
U SaJeo Help Wu.d houses furn. & unfurn. $250 value
10 TV Sets I SPECIAL auto $2995. Automotive
from $35 up for $85. Univ.
IS Belp-Hal. or Fe..lo City Photo Supply
C.tages For Red JIM
U Halo Belp W&nted U FaraWaed ApI. Lake Cottage. call 419 NW 8th Ave.Ph. 372-5303 1021 W. Univ. Ave. Miller & Sons 732 N.W. tnp. ONE OWN-


11 Fe..al. Belp Wanted .1 n Houses Boueo for for BeD'Rent.. Fora. 5 1019 W. University FR 6-4471 REPOSSESSEDHELP I have a brand new 1964 model i AIR CONDITIONING. Tune up 63 CADILLAC ER. IN FACTORY WARRANTY. BEAUTIFUL

UDfna. 3 BR. 1 Bath CCB house about 7 Zig Zag Automatic Sewing Ma- Special, for
FARMS & LIVESTOCK 41! Ro.... for Re.tI $50 perormancefest.
chine that does
mi. from city limits of Gaines- everything. We All CONDITJON.
}'Cjm Equipment 10 Botd Booms 5n ville on Newberry Rd. Call 472 SAVE MY CREDIT I would like someone to take up I Hawes Powers Motor mels... HARDTOP SEDAN. FACTORY
leed a Fertilizer 151 Mlae. Rentals I've been payments of $575 per month.
2003 or 4722283. transferred out of town. Conditioning Servicing Center.
II Lhntoek a S.ppUn AM W&nttd '1'. EentZ1 == credit dept. responsible I Total price $54.50. 815 W. Univ. 64 CROWN IMPERIAL CONDITIONER. FULLY
says party AIR
N. Main FR
St., Phone
LudlC.plae Tip SOP 5 2 oarderg Wuted i FRAME house living dining can take over pmts on my furn Ave. 376-1075. 2. 2
20 Peti & SuppUes Office Deik 8p1c1SI rooms. kitchen. 2 bedrooms & & appliance now in storage. Group SILVER WITH WHITE LEATHER INTERIOR.
Uvestock Wanted :: e;. Bftt&II bath. Large yard. Near bus lines. SOLID Maple spindle dbl. bed EQUIPPED. TURQ.
Phone 6-5829. consists of nylon covered sofa bed with nearly new mattress & dbl! 85 AUTOMOBILES for air & White $
e also matching chair. 2 end tables & dresser with mirror. $50. 2602 SAL Z.O 88 Hdtop coupe. Factor./ power. OQQC

FINANCIAL SERVICE 5 FIVE room house 13 mi. East of matching cocktail table with mar NE 11th St. Ph. 376-1426. OLDS & blue. One In factory .
1\1 Basinesi Opp.rt.DItles n SpecIal Senlees Gainesville. on Rd. 26. S15 per proof tops. Bedroom suite dresser warranty.
17 Money t. lAu :3 Horns Impr.ements mo. Prefer elderly couple. Ph. with tilting mirror on chest. 4 Modern walnut finished chairs. AUSTIN good condition HEALY SPRITE.Also CHEVROLET 1959. ri\ Imp. sed. Low milea9e. In factory $ft | QJJUO "
1\1 tonr.res 24 Radio a TV S.rvIeiU i 475-5148. full size bookcase bed dinette set contour molded. Good for diningor S CHEVROLET A1VVi
Money Wutel IS ApplJ&llco II YurnfturntmIHmflYflmmmmmIrnmwnvmnrnmrmi. with foam padded chairs family desk use. Cost sii I ea.. sell auto-trans.1955. 4r. 6lners. warranty. Econ. 6, auto trans .
size Norge refrigerator with full for $7. Also 30 gal National coii S Auto horP- *
sedan. t'onVcry
Call Nova
_.1Im"mllllll'"I1II"'rll.'nudllllllll"_H. "_U_' ........... ..- 49 Rooms For Rent size freezer & crisper shelves on water heater. Electric good con- 372-70 CHEVY 2 | QQ5
door. deluxe range Is also Included. dition. $15. 3723481. CORVAIR Monza, '63, equip 3 In warranty . . . .

45 Furnished Apts. 47 Houses for Rent Furn. This group originally sold for $969 with rdio heater facor Radio & heater.
LARGE clean. cool room. accessto Now only wall 8,000 actual miles. / <* t wagon. e.a.n. $1795"

Vag ; shower & refrigerator. Linens 70 Boats-Marine Equip. Assume payments small equi 00 FALCON Light tan.Sedan. : . .
air cond. furn. trailer & en- CLOSE & maid service weekly.I FR 2. $263No ty. Wi consider older car for
2 bedroom furnished l
closed cabana. Excellent condition. -, 414 NE 2nd Ave. Call owner at 3128441.ex. Fully equipped. Cadillac :
house. 403 S.E. 2nd St. Call 372- 1185 or Factory ajar.
FR 29884 6.1 A.M. and .
0U 1185. money down take over payments 25' Criscraft cabin cruiser. hull 3 8-5 weekdays.DODGE. 62 CADILLAC
PM.NICE LARGE room for men. twin beds. $2.25 wk ask for furniturein No. C-10-C42: power with Cris- 57 Royal. 4 dr. AT. quality and prestige at 349.5 ,
double. .
apt. close in. private entrance 2 BR furnished house. $100 per rent single or storage at craft KL-105 engine In first class PS air-cond. $395. Joe Boone . . . .
bath & shower. All Utilities month. NW 39th Ave. Phone 372- refrigerator. Call 2-1981. 416 N.E. NATIONALFURNITURE condition. Price $2,500. Boat docked 6-0222 or 6-7447. tremendous savings . . . .

& antenna furn. 531 SE 1506 for appt. 2nd Ave. at Old Clay Landing Suwan- 98 Htop sedan. Factory air. .Full power. $2595

2nd Place. 3722582. VERY CLEAN 2 BR house. NICE rooms for rent. 1407 N.W. WAREHOUSE nee River near Camp Azalea, FORD 1956 2 dr. V-8 Automaticfransmissio 62 OLDS
have gone North until owners Nov.- 12th Road. Phone FR 2-4972 or 3622 Beach Blvd. FL 9-2561 test cruise by arrangement. Call radio. good mechan Comfort & room. . . . . v .
2 nlshed room & bath completely fur 1st. Very good deal for right FR 6-4083. Open daily 9-9. Sat. 9-6. Sun 12-6 Archer 495-2121 during day or Call FR .2-2. Bonneville Htop sedan. air. Electric
efficiency. Clean. cool.
Jax Fla. Delivery assured 495-2402 at night. HO Ftcor
family. Phone 376-2892. any FORD. 63. F-500 S-coupe. Air
furnished Maid PONTIAC
convenient to com pus MO. Water NICELY room.
where. cond., B-seats New tires. Wholesale 0 windows and seat. .
__furn. 372-7309. 122 NW 25th St. service. Parking space. Reason- Boat Trailers Refinished.Sandblastedprimedpainted.. $2495

CLEAN. living room Just refurnished SALE furiu TRADE 3 BR, Fla.RENT.Rm.Furn.BreakfastRm. Un- able FR 6-7423.rates. 210 E. Univ. Phone 30"new.elec.sacrifice range Vi 1 price.yr. old.Hotpoint like Expert Work Realistic prices.. 6.for SI895. Bill Anderson. FR Beautiful interior . . . . . . . .

newly painted. 1 BR apt. garage fine location. 725 washer. very good condition. $40; Call 372-3139 Convertible. Factory air. Fully
FORD. 1955 4 dr. radio & heater.
at 1204 NW 23rd Blvd.' $75 per N.E. 7th Terr. 372-8223. Baaum. LARGE bedroom private bath facilities 303 NW 36th Ter. all CADILLAC $2995
mo. Immed. occupancy. Phone for light meals. 306 N.E. 10 ft. aluminum fishing boat with auto. $475 price will vry.. Cashor 0 equipped. Smooth as silk. . .
6-2472. Weseman Realty. ON BIG LAKE SANTA FE. furnished 7th Ave. FR 21708. FREEZER. CHEST TYPE. Guar T/i h.p. motor and one man terms. Phone SE
modern 6 rm. II 0 use. anteed. Can deliver I I $57.50. cartop loader carrier. Call 372- 6th Ter. L 1 88 htop sedan. Power. One owner. Like $1 OQC
TWO BEDROOM DUPLEX 1917 See FrL, Sat. or Sun. Directions: COOL. quiet study room, adjoining Refrigerator service in 4172. OLDS
NW 36th Avenue. $52 per month. Midway Melrose & Keystone. SR sleeping porch. kitchen privilegesto home. No service charge on your re JEEP.Waren Univ. .whel drive. heater with- 0 I new interior . . . . . . O7 J
FR 24224. 21 turn at white right people. Between Campusand Sm. row boat & all equipment In- hub. power winc. *
Presbyterian pairs. Wanted refrigerators and tires sedan. V8. Radio heater :auto trans.
See 202 N.W. 12th Ter. cluding outboard motor 5 h.p. $70. I ,
church to lake. follow Vt town. freezers needing repair. FR 2-1330.
1 furnished.BR apt. $65 for per rent.mo.completely Lights & ml. J. M. Williams. sign Call 6-5348 or 6-2100. Cash.Burton Can 1108 find SE me 2nd at Ave.home.Tues.R.L.. tional rims. full condition.toP. tow Call br. Excep 2-206 0 I FORD A nice car . . . . . . l39S:

water furnished. See at 301 NW I AVAILABLE about June 1st. Furn. NICE cool. downstairs corner Thurs.. Fri. & Sat. afternoon. after 5.Mercry station Power steering. Just right :
close In. off street park. 66 Mise .For Sale. wagon. .
2nd St.LARGE 3 BR. 2 bath home. Ig. screened room.
1959 4-door se- DODGE
14' boat trailer. Excellent condition. Mteray. 61 1 .
I Ing. antenna furnished. 531 S.E. camping trip. $ :
porch carport. fenced backyard summer
dan. radio. heater
furnished I BR apt., quiet 2nd Place. FR 22582. $40. See at 1720 S.E. 45th Terrace 395

location. Water free. Garage. NW neighborhood.with large Close shade to trees.high school Good ALL CHANNEL T. V. antenna FR 6-0431. white side walls. Exceptionally Excellent condition. .. . . . . . . . .
section. No pets. Call 376-7925. ATTRACTIVE room with priv. en- Double clean. Reasonable. FR 2-1313.
complete. NothIng
& U of F. $150 per mo. Phone trance & kitchen privileges. Ideal 1224 E. Univ. Ave.

374-7748 for appt. for students who need quiet placeto _513 else N.W. to 8th buy.Avenue.$15. Brants. 72 Office Equipment MERCURY 1956. Black and White For Something Extra Special ? i
46 Unfurnished Apts. 3 BR. $75 per mo. & 5 rm. $30. study 372-7883. DOWLING'S UPHOLSTERY V-8 A.T.. P.S.. P.B., radio heater -

Go Archer Rd. to Tobacco Barn. $35 per mo. Large corner room Chairs, low as S3. No money GAINESVILLE'S largest volume office Phone 376-0063. Very good 61 PLYMOUTH 9 station wagon with deluxe dual .
turn left over RR tracks go to and office room. cross ventilation supply dealer. Chesnut's condition. passenger .
TWO bedroom duplex. kitchen 1st rd.. turn left. go Vs mile. best part of city. 321 N.E. down, estimates low as $5 pickup per and month.Free delivery Office Equipment Co. invites you & rear air conditioning. Power steering. Local one owner.

W. Hunt. $375. 1958MERCURY
OLDS 1956 like
equipped. $85 per month. 3rd St. new font
to come in and shop. or call for
See at 4166 NW 6th St. service. All work guaran- 2 dr.. ht. $300. Phone 28,000 miles. :
free delivery. Chesnut's Office
FOR RENT 2 BR house furnished. NICE corner room In private teed. Phone 3767784.BUYER'S 372-3126.
TWO bedroom apt. available immediately 20 SE 48th St. Call GR 5-5743 home; by day. week or month; Equipment Co. 106 W. Univ. 37695 or .
; lower level of duplex after 5:30 P.M. men only. 1017 N.E. 8th Ave. CLOSE OUTS. Have new Ave In Downtown Gainesville. PLYMOUTH 1961 2-door sedan V-
; stove and refrig.. situated Call FR 6-3108. merchandise daily. Special Ex. 8. AT, heater 4 new W-W tires. GW .

about 3 blks. off campus. 1105 SMALL Campus.2 bedroom Adults only.block Call house FR near 6- tra: Discount!!.. ..Prices._ .Always_ _-wel 73_ _Jutucfcal._______ _Merchandise n____________ White with black interior. $750 or
NW 4th Ave. sao per. mo. Phone come. DIXIE MILLS SUPER $250 and take up payments.Mr. WARRANTY I
FR 6-5871. 6539. 51-A Wonted To Rent DISCOUNTS. 19 S.W. 1st Avenue. ; Edgar L. Wight 462-1173. ) :

2 BR. liv. rm.. kit.-din. rm. comb., SIMMONS HIDE-A-BED slip covered ORGAN SALEOf I YEAR, GOOD IN
NICE apartment. close in. priv. nice VALIANT 1963 Clean- tires
bath shower and entrance. utils. neighborhood couple or 1 grey frezze upholstery like Christmas Left overs. All automatic Small equity or Most of U.S. Canada : _
child. 2106 SE. 46th Ter. $75 V-2O.
at new. $90 2 pair gold drapes. '
and antenna furnished also efficiency COTTAGE with beach Cowpen new organs. Savings up to 30 older car assume payments.
apt. Ideal for working per mo. 6-0609. Lake. Aug. 7-21. Call FR 6-8506. length 54", S3 pair FR 6-7978 per cent. Earl's Piano Co. FR '23813 after 5:30 or FR

girl. 531 SE 2nd Place. FR 2582.. 1 EDRooM cottage. quiet cool after 5.00 P.M. 702 W. Univ. Ave. 372-2222 Cal- In afternoon and ask for Hard top sedan. Solid white. ;

NEW 1 BR duplex apt.. kitchen suburban area. Just off N.W. 34th 41 LADIES cotton uniforms reg. WURLITZER Bob both places. OU CADILLAC
equipped. $40 per month on a St. Couple only, no pets. Call FR 52 Boarders Wanted $298 all 'colors (No white). closing America's No. 1 piano and Power steering. . . . . :

years lease. Ph. 374-8372 days. 6-5555. out S1.29. organs are at Earl's Piano Co. 63 MG Midget. ice blue whitewalls Fleetwood. air. Loaded with
376-7327 evenings. 2 BEDROOM.,furnished CCB house. ROOM and Board for girls. Private Boy's and girl's knit tennis shirts. Gainesville's evcluslve Wurht- tonneau. radio & heater. OU CADILLAC Factory $2595 :

LARGE 2 BR ground floor apt. Rent $65 per month. Available bath Washing Machine. PhoneFR reg. $1.89 size 10 through 18, 49 zer Dealer. 702 W. University good condition. Call 372278.EoO.M extras. The best! . . . .
Stove refrig. & Venetian blinds June 16th to September 1st. 444 6-6083. Ave. Phone 372-2222. $
furnished. lOiS SW 8th Ave. $75 NW 28th Ave. FR 22304. 1
per mo. Call 374-2441 or 6-2930 FOR RENT Furnished modern 3 54 Business Rentals Upright pianos some as Is, some : OU 98 hop sedan. Factory air. Ful power. . JJLt
ask for Mr. Haynes. 30 GALLON glass-lined. gas water
Bedroom. CCB with TV washer. factory rebuilt priced from $25 Impala' sedan. steering. Very
AIR CONDITIONED heater. In good condition. Call \ .V-S, power :
DESIRABLE well dryer. Etc. $110 month. 372-7578. and Gridley Music Co., CHEVROLET
located 2 BR up.
NEARLY new modem office or 2-2903 after 5:00 P.M. or week OU Test this if want $1
duplex apt. with utility appliances ONE 3 BR. house furnished $60 location at 3733 West Univ. Ave. ends. Reasonable price. I Gainesville Shopping Center. FR sharp. drve you .

furnished.$85 monthly.Avail. yearly June 12th.basis.Rental No- per mo. Water included. Call 485- Ph. FR 6-2472 Weseman Realty. SEWING MACHINE 25353. SALE an exceptionally nice car. . . . . . . I OVVrfl .
2362 Brooker. Fla.
children pets or students. 815 1113 N. Main St. 1964 Automatic Zig Zag. Looks SALE! Sedan De Ville. Fact. air. Full power. $ | OftC '
NW 13th St. Phone FR 45323 ON LAKE WAUBERG 10 min. GARAGE space tor rent. 613 S.W. and sews like new. Makes Prices reduced throughout the 62 FORD CADILLAC : _
or FR 4-4833. from campus. Modem 3 BR, prIvate 2nd St. Call John Merrill Real fancy stitches with drop in store. New and used Pianos. Con- Sunliner convertible. V-J- Cruls- 7 325 HP. Smooth quiet quality . I 7 7 JCO .
beach. boating fishing 2-1494. cams. button holes. sews on sole and portable stereos. Used o-matic transmission. Radio,
2 BEDROOM mfwrnished apart- swimming. Avail. June 15 to Aug. tor. FR buttons. blind hems. overcasts' organs. Special sale day Friday heater white wall tires power Super 88 htop sedan. Factory air. Power $1195'
ment. :323-B N.E. Tth Street. $65 1000 ft. warehouse space or business & May 29th. We will be Friday OLDS
30. $130 mo. 464-3351 or FR 6-3261. raw edges mends. open brakes. DV '
steering. power
Month. Water furnished. FR 4-5197 ext. 2003. In the 200 block SW. 5th Only I $58.12 or 7 payments at night. Live music from 6 er. Like new. 1-W windows and seat. . .. . . . .'

after 5.SPACIOUS. St. $50 per mo. Call 6-2641 or' 855. Call 3722051. p.m. 'til??? Bands. Guitars.' sing- $ .
ri 2 BR. I bath furn. cottage. 780 6-2930 Mr. Haynes or call 2- 060 ing groups. Stop by. enjoy the $1995 V OLDS U/D
( equipped.2 bedroom 4146 N.W.duplex.10th kitchen St. NE 23rd Blvd. $70 per mo. SeeJ. Mr. Mizell. TRADE your costly to operate. music. save money on your mu- '60 VOLKSWAGEN *) 88 htop sedan. Power steering and brakes. I
W. Klrkpatrick Realtor 372- ELECTRIC water heater and
needs. Gainesville Music
No pets. $85 mo. Call FR 6-1897. 8404. FOR LEASE OR SALE. Use as $48 for a new glasslmed GAS Cen Convertible. Very good condi $
offices or retail business. Vi blk. water heater. Much more hot ter. 1025 W. Univ. Ave. tion. Was SI 095. 59 1 I Ii 1 I
NEW 1 BR. duplex apt. for rent
Sabre Aircond
from Univ. Ave. behind Colonial htop coupe. \
at $75 per mo. 2 BR apt. at $85 water at about half the cost with KOHLER CAMPBELL spinet piano $895 BUCK L ..
with kitchen equipped. John Mer. 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. Plaza. Call 372-3695. OUR LP GAS. PROPANE with bench $395. Call FR 2- .

rill. Realtor FR 1494.. APPROX. 6.000 sq. ft. on ACL ARCHER ROAD. FR 6-5110. 6478. '60 METROPOLITAN 59 995
--- --- (mpala\ htop sedan v-s . .
NICE and clean. 2 bedroom duplex rail siding. Yard space at rear. PATIORAMA sliding doors complete 73---- _ Convertible radio. heater I .
apartment. Close to shopping center FORDYCE RENTALSCall all on paved street. 536 SW 2nd 6' x 6'8", heavy type ana- WURLITZER Mahogany spinet white wall tires brand new I $
churches and bus line. No our agency to find the Ave. Call 376-7511. Mr. String- dized aluminum. Traverse rod piano. Queen Anne style $450. top. Good rubber. 59 CHRYSLER 095 I
I pets or small children. $90 mo. house you wish. Many listed. fellow and drapes. One 10 traverse rod 906 NE 20th Ave.Automotive $545 New Yorker htop coupe. Factory air.
FR 6-282X Also apartments furnished. left draw. Phone 376-5085.
56 Business Opportunities '59 FORD 57 CADILLAC 895

I FOR RENT 2 BR furn. apt. Water FORDYCEASSOCIATES. Falrlane. 2-door. radio heater Fleetwood AC .. . .. ....
furn. $50 per me 203 SE 9th
INC. EXCELLENT downtown Sincla i r RARE COINS o good tires. Clean.

' St.Phone Inquire 3720440.at 215 SE 9th St. 924 W. Univ. 374-1234 Service Station -open and doing PENNIES NICKELS. DIMES. and 77 Mobile Homes for Sale $595 56 CADILLAC *445
business will lease to responsible i
UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom house. party with adequate SILVER DOLLARS. Key Dates & '56 FORD coupe DC van AC. .. ...., -

$70 month. Unfurnished 2 bedroom capital. Sinclair Refining Co. Commons. Call Larry Levin at FEDERAL QUALITY HOMES 4-door. Town .sedan V-8. automatic '
1 47 Homes for Rent F.... house. $40 month. Furnished Phone FR 6-0222 or 2-6512. FR 22405 between 10 A.M. and 4820 NW 13th St. 441 South radio. heater. red and 56 CADILLAC 100

duplex apt.. $90 month. FR DISTRIBUTORSHIP to taverns, restaurants 8 p.m. Gainesville -:11i: : white. 1-owner. Like new con- sedan .. ... : .. .... .
6-7444. stores for beautiful 10 DUE to divorce I have a like new Hours 8 to 8, u to 7 dition. ?
2 BEDROOM duplex at 2016 S.E. 1964 model Zig Zag Automatic Service is a must with us. 55 CADILLAC I
FOR RENT OR SALE 3 Bedroom. cent to 25 cent candy and drug $645 199
I 2nd Place. Corner 21st St. House 2 bath. central heat built-in specialties earning high Immediate sewing machine. that does every Sedan. . ... .. ... .
open. Call FR 4-4230. stove. Call 485-3811 after 3pm. cash profit. Expanding manufacturer thing. We would like someone to WYATTTrailer '60 FORD

VERY nlC!. 2 bedroom. CCB. carport will furnish complete career take up payments of $6.00 per Ton pick up. 58 OLDS $595 :
3 BR. 1 Bath complete \
and front porch. Furnished near schools and shopping centers. program with exclusive factory mo. Small balance. Ph. 3722051. $895 con.er.ible . . . .... .. .
including automatic washer. Near connection. Write: CHEX. I.
For Information; Manaro'sRestaurant. USED refrigerator. gas range and
and center. $110 2910 N. 16th St.. Phila. 32. Pa. SalesHome FORD $
school shopping FR 2-4490. 55.000 BTU oil heater with fan. 55 I 57 OLDS
month. 311 N.W. 20th Ave. Phone IF you want a bargain in a good Heater almost new. Phone 376- of 3/4 ton. Flat bed pick up. I sedan. AC. . .. .. .. .. . ..
3723039. 2 BEDROOM house, unfurnished grocery store. all colored trade 7781. $595 r
Pacemaker Mobile Homes
. 2 BR furnished l house. no pets. stove. refrigerator and heater. call me. You must have collateral BEAUTIFUL colorful mounted Shasta and Airstream S6 OLDS 495 .

$70 per mo. 3037 SW Archer 4431 NW 13th St. $70 month. & good credit. Ph. FR sailfish. 6'2". By Al Pfleguer Travel Trailers 57 FORD I sedan. . e. .. . ... . .. .
f Rd. FR 25633.Appliance FR -:* 1. 6-2930 Mr. Haynes. 6-7231 days FR 2-0641 nights. Miami Fla. Only I $145. The Tackle Ocala's First Mobile Home Vt to Fleet side. .se trans ,

Box. 1490 Hawthorne Rd. Dealer Since 1948 mission.

I USED furniture. Single bed $10 1923 Silver Phone Springs 629-1358 Blvd. $595 I I 56 CHEVROLET V-8..5495
Upholstered chair $8. Recliner Ocala Fla. SPECIALCHEROLT Sharp.
SERVICESHome chair S5. Phone FR 6-9431 326 '

2-ton.2- chassis. I' :
REFRIGERATOR 10 Wide used mobile home .$395 55 CHEVROLET ZTlSO

1957 In good condition. $25. Phone large lot. $2895. 1 Mile S. of Special Sedan. ... .. ..
374-8583 from 9:00 AJA. to 4:00 Parses Prairie. For appointmentCall I

P.M. FR 6-3052. Good Transportation Cars 55 CHEVROLET *

And Business FRIGIDAIRE electric range. full WE BUY To Choose From. Sedan. . . . .. H. SO
size very good condition. $55;
formica desk. $?. Call I USED MOBILE
daily after 5 P.M. or weekends dollar paid phone 376-0571. I *
Auto Glass 55 PONTIAC l
'I Painting 374-2348. 250 |
I ''WE have installed sewer system I Cenrcrtiblc. Good buy. . . .
BRIGGS STRATTON 21" power & have made additional new largespaces
AUTO GLASS Is our only busi lawn mower. New last summer. which i are available nowat I
f ness. Immediate Installation PAINTING and PAPER HANGING.Free -
; excellent condition. Very reason- :
Shady Nook Trailer CU :3101
free pickup & delivery. Add estimates. Phone 376-0726. Motors
able. Call 3724450.CLOSE
SW 34th St. 376-7559. B&GMOTORCO.CADILLAC
beauty & valu to your car. EXPERIENCED house painting at
I MAULDIN'S AUTO GLASS CO. lowest cost. Free estimates. Call OUT SALEOn TWO bedroom house trailer. S90Q 1611 HAWTHORNEROAD .
323 N W. 4th St. FB 6-2558. 372-8082. Wallpaper. 98c a Roll one bedroom house trailer $750. '

HARPER PAINT CO. Can be rented. Phone 376-8234 :
Monday to Friday to 5. OLDSMOBILE
Bulldozing 10 S.W. 7th St. 372-4366
Plumbing 3725285Home
FOR SALE newly redecorated 2 BR. NEW CARS : 115 S.E. 2nd St. FR 6-7515
SMALL bulldozer !loader dump NEW and used chain saws lawnmowers trailer ( cabana. $400. Owner ........... -
trucks. fill dirt lime rock. Top SEWER INSTALLEDNEW edgers. tampers light leaving state. must sell Immedl- of A-l Used Cars USED CARS: 2001 N.W. 13th St.
soil. Phone 372-7844. & used fixtures. complete plants cable. Wisconsin Briggs ately. Archer Rd. Trailer Village CARS TRUCKS JEEPS . . ... FR.67515usDCAfl5
plumbing service "BIG" JIM ., Stratton. new and used motors. lot 16. J. Chaftec. -
BULLDOZERS & Dragline Bade HUGULEY. Gainesville' PlumbIng Rental. sales and service. -
hoe. wheel tractors motor FR 2-1589. Meyers Power Tools. 239 NE 33 x 10'. 1960 Shamrock. -

grader. Free estimates. W. G. 16th Ave. Phone 376-3411. $1500. Call FR 28598.FOR .
(Buck Johnson, FR 6-6219.
UpholsteryUPHOLSTER I TWIN bed box springs & matress. .
SALE assume contract for
foam rubber mattress. $40.
t Concrete furniture at Call 374-3844. I 2 BR 10 x 50 trailer. 3 mo.
old. Call FR 6-5472 .
reasonable prices. CaU Sally. GE portable stereo & stand. Movable .
finishing. Walks
Experienced. FR 6-9888.
drives patios. slabs and shuffleboard speakers. 4 S eed. Excellent NOW SHOWING

etc.. expertly done. Estimates. condition. Bought new at X-mas. 1964 MOBILE HOMES
o rig. cost $100 sell for $40.
Call 377-384. anytime. RemodelingDO
, 2 and 3 bedrooms all Floor
372-1672. or see at 4134 NW llth
YOU NEED. Florida room. extra St.YOU. I Plane. Terms tailored to meet
Landscaping your budget. Drive a 1 little andsave
room more room. roof work.
LANDSCAPE SERVICE or maybe a complete new home? YOUR HEARING. Our Free Examination CONNOLLYMobile ::1
& &
Repair For a free estimate. guaranteed -
Grass-Sod-Garden Main-Nursery give you an accurate Home Sales Inc.
Carl C.
work. phone
t Air Conditioning stock of all kinds.CREVASSE'S Waters. 3728W9.CARPENTER Report. Visit Gainesville 2 Miles North on U. S. 441
NURSERY Hearing Aid Company today. 620 Phone 622-8144
; Landscape Co. desires work addi- N. Main St. Phone FR 6-0095. Closed Sundays -,. -" \' 'O.'
-A-l HANDYMAN SHOP FR 6-2514 for free estimate. tions .. repairing. Phone FR MEDIUM size Duo therm kerosene 1964 FLEETWOOD. 57 x 10. 3 BR. .. I a\\J'6 .

J First In air conditioning and Appliance 14182.Sewing heater, witn built hi fan. $25. 200 $380 down. Take over paymentsof iI-I 1
repairs. We sell guaranteed Mortgage BrokerFHA gallon steel kerosene tank on legs. $70.83 per mo. James H. 4Iiflt1i'i .
f washers refrigerators elc. Machine Repairs $20. 376-7570. Brown. Waldo. 441-1755.

ER 4-0247. and conventional lowest CALL-SEWING MACHINE SERVICE RUMMAGE SALE 23 years In MobIle Homes Busi

"":_ WE FIX IT years.current Will rates.gladly discuss Terms to at no 25 CO. ItS W. UniversityAve. Odds & ends. Scatter rugs. hats. ness. Deals & Service to satisfy 63 63 PEUGOT PLYMOUTH
assorted clothing. etc. Special attention 59
' 574-1075. We repair anM you. given to I COME
obligation. Call
I' Any type appliance electrical tomorrow.J. *M. Work futfy quaP1lf''"' work or gasoline engine repairs W. KIRKPATRICK. Realtor
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Homes Inc.. across from Gainesville .
Model 404 roof Radio Radio Heater Power Brakes
don* Immediately and economi 31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 2-1494 Calite W/Sun
' cally. Pick up and delivery. Tires Alignment T-V antemas $4 single stack. $8 city Livestock limits. 374-8341.Market. 441 Northat .j power steerlno, 9 passenger .
BUTLER SONS double stack. $1495 complete kit. Heater. Wagon With air.
Brake Service $500 .
! SERVICE CENTER REALTORFHA Jim Voyles. 419 NW 8th Ave. Only 3 left at CLOSE-OUT PRICES :

1531 NW 4in St. 374-2$64 AND CONVENTIONALLOANS -- AIR CONDITIONER 9000 BTU $95 SAVE ta $1.500 $1995
121* W. UN I". falous'e & ttvermopane windows;
AVE. PH. 372-3522 .
famous nationally known Moo 10wide mobile homes ;
Appraisal Service MORTGAGE MONEY hawk tire . Save UP to HI-FI components odds ends. Town & Country Trailer Sales \j \g :
Pr vote owner. Must sett. FR 2-
SVk per cent Interest. Terms to. 50% on new tires. See our new 3041. 3849 S-W. Archer Rd. FR 2229C.IT'S .
25 years. wrap around retread that gives '
BUY BUILD REFINANCECall more mileage traction. Latimr THE best cost less. Heat three FOOLISH
FRED B. ARNOLD Tire Co 41 N Main St. times the water your electric MIter to pay more. RECKLESS to 1961 CHEVROLET door power 1960 MERCURY d sd 1962 FALCON.2 d stGdf

REALTOR Dan Byrd heats. Call Fuifeas Your pay less. GET THE REAL steering radio heater auoti steering white

REAL ESTATE AI"PItAJSALSERVice 125 NW 13 St. P"FR 1-2511 Tree Service Philgas Distributor 276-5392. FACTS. Payments as low as transmission beautiful pu clean pe..braks. ratraisi car ... ...,u.'fr. $1 cea

Ult W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 GLADYS Smith Realtor. FHA A-I TREE SERVICE BEAUTIFUL G. E. Electric stove. 857.29 per month with $300 down. Si295

and conventional loans. Low Pruning demossing bracing .. eableing $110 baby carrIage S8JO oak LAKE GENEVA 1961 FORD Goloxie4doOrPOwrtOprcdioheaterbestbuyntown
rates. Terms to 25 vtars. 1228 & tree removal. Cavity buffet. $35 oak: hat fade striP- Mobile Homes Sales 1960 OLDSMOBILE 4 door bard 1959 BUICK Electro 4 door hard beautiful

Auto Equipment W. Univ. Ave. J7J-S39X work & tree feeding. Lawn service ped. $33 walnut sewing cabinet Rt MO SE Keystone Hts Fia. top stee'n- power brakes steering white per bk $1495
$15 complete bed and dresser per
FORDYCE and Associates. Inc. and maintenance- Licensed S35 high chairs. fraSer gas BELIEVE IT hater al clhorung at . . . . $995 .
Conventional and F.HA. loans.Cal 8 Insured. Free estimates. T r. ynames. rao
376-106. Grace Fordyce. 37o-2 40. Jack 140ev .r. tanks and other odds and endS I $14 1961 COMET 4 door standard -

HYDRAULIC exchanged JACKS Repair rebuilt kits tor fc Inc.Realtor.926 Ferdyce West t> Associates 4M-3482 GamervlHe Ft*. _Treasure North of Airport.Ctest Fairbanks Phone 3761283.R 1 mL. OR NOTSave 1960 COMET 4 door standard 1962 COMET 4 door radio heater trniso radid heater economy

Walker Jacks. Factory author University Avenue $600 It x 46 1 BR fur.nlshed. transmission, Radio Heater $895 $1295 .._. _. $1095
ed Walker HydraulIc jack WINDOW CLEANII'GWlNDOWlcleaned. ?!WSHED oak slant-front desk: only $31 S. $350.40 down. .

Service Agent HULL'S BRAKE oak dresser and wash star1. milt per month. .. .
floor cleaned
SERVICE A SUPPLY 1314 S P .i_ ,I and waxed houses washed. 10 large empire sofa. mahogany blond drop buffet.sectioissi leaf, Over SO models to choose fran CRANE LINCOLN-MERCURY

MaUl _FR 21497ADVERTISE W. 4.U: Painting. Free ell yrv experience. Free estimate table and 4-chairs. Lamps. Antique TRAILER MART I

W THE l Work timates.guaranteed.No lob too Phone small. I' Phone FR JJtSJ.ADVERTISE hems.Brk-A-Brac Nearly-Na Other Furniture household HWY.SUNDAYS 17 PHONE 1 TO 328-1050 6 516 S. MAIN ST. USED CAR LOT PHONE 376-2425

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VTVM Mlscl. See at 29)1) N.E. BY BRAND
11th Ter., after 7:00 P.M. r
48 Hour SALE!
MM FORD 4 dr. Custom. a cylinder FAR a
stick shift. 24.000 orig miles.
Phone' FR 4-4013. 234-A Flavet
111. 1964

LOOKI 'S7 Rambler V-t. 4dr.
excellent body. bad crankshaft.I FAIRLANEAS NEW
6-1804.$155. Evenings 5:30 7:30. FR I\ LOW AS 1964RAMBLER WE MUST SELL ONE CAR EVERY 90 MINUTES TO

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1957 VW sunroof radio heater. I
$many N0-esIt recent 3'6-:51.42:repairs.after 32 5 mpg.P.M. 'I I WIN THE NATIONAL FORD SALES CONTEST!

EXTRA clean cars $95 to SS95. 9Q I $1996
day 50-50 Guarantee. No down I
payment payments.small HAH weekly Motors.or.monthly 1634- WE GUARANTEE-You'll Never Be Able To of
SE 3rd Ave. Phone 37J-3749.


WILL trade 1)57 Oldsmoblle U in 1 sedan at FROM! :
excellent condition with premiumtires 230 W. University 6-possenger 137 NEW UNITS TO CHOOSE
for In like condition.
Jeep FR 2-0503 never before price.
Phone 2441 Cedar Key.
WilL wagon Trade In excellent Oldsmobile condition station for I i I DURING THIS 48 HOUR SALE ::

Jeep In?" Uke condition. Phone Value Rated
9441, Cedar" Keys. I WE WILL BE OPEN 'TIL 9 (THURS., FRI. & SAT.) ::
I'' Used Cars u
_87 Automobiles Wonter B&G MOTOR CO. 1763 .

CARS WANTED. 150-54 Fords Cadillac Oldsmobile
j\ Chevrolet AI| Hemdon Servo 2001 NW 13th St.
.Jc* Station 'le SE 4th St. BRAND NEW
'" 6 Passenger Station 1964 FALCON
Wagon at never
I before .
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AUTO SALES 119 372.4343 SE First AYe. Ridgway Motors has put their entire inventory on special. sale! SPECIAL -
: 007Mal... St. If you have been thinking about a new car and
Phone FR 2.6313 this is your chance to save big!! Filter
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--- '63 FORD Fairlane 4-door sedan, '60 RAMBLER Station Wagon, BRAND NEW '64 FAIRLANE BRAND NEW '64 FULL-SIZE FORD

automatic transmission, radio overdrive, radio, heater, extra $1996 $175 I $2096 $175

II heater . . . $1995 clean . . . $995 TOTAL PRICE DOWN TOTAL PRICE DOWN

'Yes! It's True! '
'63 RAMBLER Classic 4-door au- 59' PLYMOUTH 9-passenger MOTOR

NO FLIM-FLAM tomatic transmission Extra nice, radio$2095, air- Station,Wagon radio,,automatic heater, transmission powersteering SHAW & KEETER COMPANYServing

conditioning. . . . $795

NO GIMMICKS '62 RAMBLER 4-door air Northcentral "Satisfied Customers
condi57 MERCEDES-BENZ 190 4- Florida Sine 1924 '? Our Most Important Asset"

tioning, power steering power door, radio, heater, an excep- S Vk .* ..* -V.Ww. V
brakes radio, heater, (like new. tional car . . . $695 ?' -. jf' % .N *
New !964 GMC Pickups $2095 Hague Waldo

-. '61 PONTIAC Bonneville: : wagon, ONE WEEK SPECIAL
$175 DOWN automatic transmission radio,
heater, power steering, power
brakes, extra nice, low price. '59 MERCURY 4-door, auto-
$1895 matic transmission, radio i ,

$5611 Per Month heater . . . $795
'61 FORD Falcon, 2-door, extra

sharp, heater . . : $945 .59 RAMBLER Station Wagon
Including: License tag state sales tax, life automatic transmission; radio, t wtf e

I insurance. and finance charges. '61 RAMBLER 4-door, American, heater . . . $795RIDGWAY N

heater . . . $995
Tropical Pontiac
I MicnopyC OPEN TIL 9
CMC Truck Center PHONE FR 6-5371 MON. thru FRI.
302 NW 8th i 1132 S. MAIN ST. FR 2-8433

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8 A.M.ITIL Day. See Us Now and Save Up To 50000 This Month. Yes We Will

a.otllteOlS/n 9 P.M. Take Trades On These Prices.


Oalaxle 500. 4-door hardtop. V-t
with red trim. v... automatic 2-door sedan. New paint standard
power automatic steering transmission I air conditioned.radio. automatic transmission radio Nova 4-door V-t automatic transmission NOTICEFIRST transmission, radio heater, air transmission heater. Red and V ton pick up. Good transmission
Extra clean car. heater It It runs. radio heater. Like new. conditioned. Power steering power white.
brakes. Extra sharp.

$1887 $87 52687 53087 51187 5287


4-door V-l. automatictransmission 2-door V-l automatic U, 4-door Harctfop. v..
sedan. V-l automatic automatic transmission Convertible. Dust grey with black
Blscayne 4-doer, automatic trans- power steering, power transmission radio. heater power transmisson radio heater radio i heater power steering, top. V-/. automatic transmission
mlsson, heater two tone paint. brakes. .. heater steering Two tone pant. MANY OF THESE CARS WILLBE power steering power brakes air power brakes. Original low mileage. radio heater power steering
conditioned SharD fir. power brakes.

't 1287 51687Biscaynt 51987 SOLD TO USED CAR DEALERS. 53087 5787 52987

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Wagon. V-l I automatic transmission. Fairlare 500. 2-door < cylinder automatic wagon. V-l automatic Hardtop, cylinder standard
Klngswoed wagon. Standard trans, automatic transmission radio radio heater power steering power Bel-Air, I-door. *. cYlinder. automatic transmission. Like new In transmission power steering power transmission radio I heater. Like Impala, 4-d00r. hardtop. V-l automatic
f passenger.,new re-bullt motor. & heater. Extra nice i car. brakes. Good second car. nsmiss'on* radio t heater. & out. brakes. radio d heater. Like new. transmission, radio & heater.
51187 4 513874door 5387 $1387 51487 51787 51987 51187Impala

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Biscayne 4Zdoor.. :Standard-. :Iran-, New paint V... automatic 4-door 4 cylinder. automatic trans standard transmission
mission.radio. heater & air con transmission. radio. heater air con V-t automatic transmission Wagon. transmission radio mission! radio .. heater. White Sunroof heater, light blue finish. radio heater. Whit wttt red Interior. transportation. Radio fc Mate
ditioned.-. New paint.Full ditioned. White sso wan tires. radio .. heater. & sa'er. with aqua trim. Extra clean in an out. er.
=-.$168Zt 519874door. 5887 52187 51787 51287 51887Convertible $87Bring

Year Us The
Hardtop Impala. Super Sport v...
Mania coupe radio. heater, 4-speed Special convertible automatic Hardtop automatic transmission Lemans. automatic transmission 8e-AIr.door. V-l automatic Automatic transmission radio
transmission. White with red Interior transmission. radio. heater powerWll.it. radio heater air conditioned power radio heater air conditioned Like transmission radio heater power heater power steering
GWWarranty top & red Interior. steering. Like new. new. steering air conditioned. brakes power windows air power condi Deal Others
tioned. Whit with red Interior.
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28 Gainesville Sun Thursday, May 28, i_. .

I Khrushchev Gives Optimistic Report of Egypt TripI

U. S. RUSSIA DRAFT .... -- -
New fturk Stars dress he received a Rumanian manians began talks here The Rumanians are believed States-Rumanian talks In Wash- found that they "had different

'FRIENDLY' TREATY By HENRY TANNER delegation headed by former terday with the Soviet yeS-1 I to be giving the Soviet leadersa I ington. Ideological issues and views" on this subject.But .

Premier Civu Stoica. The Ru- and government leadership. first report on the United and the question of how to deal them
did not keep
MOSCOW Premier Khrush- with Communist China are also this

2frm pmt Wtmsa chev gave an optimistic report believed to be under discussion. from strengthening the friend-

WASHINGTON The United States and the Soviet Union to the Soviet nation today about U. S. Forces Arab Loan Through Fund I Khrushchev's report on his ship between their countries, he

have drafted a consular convention to promote commercialand the 16-day visit to Egypt from i visit to Egypt echoed statementshe said. He added that this friend-

cultural relations and provide new protection for their which he returned Monday.In 3frm U0rk OJtmm earlier this! week, came just ;monetary fund is deep. This I .made during the trip. ship was based on an Identityof

citizens while traveling in the territory of the other. a 40-minute television ad- WASHINGTON The United after Soviet Premier Nikita S. 'week's action, it is understood,I Khrushchev said he had dis- objectives in the "struggle and col-

The agreement, to be signed in Moscow Monday, is the dress he hailed Soviet aid in States, over the objections Khrushchev had a triumphant may gravely jeopardize U. S.: cussed ideological problems i against "imperialism

first bilateral treaty between the two countries. It must have building the Aswan Dam as an Britain and the Western European reception in Egypt on the occasion -| proposals to increase the resources -j',I.with President Nasser and had Ol1ia 1ism.

the advice and consent of two-thirds of the Senate before example of "proletarian internationalism allies, has virtually forced of the dedication of the of the fund as a key-

ratification. :SM in action" and a "blow through the International Monetary -Aswan High Dam. Khrushchev stone of a plan to preserve the

Thereafter, separate negotiations will provide for the estab- against the plans of the coloni- Fund a $40 million loan to pledged additional economic aid stability of tlhe international

lishment of consulates in at least one city outside the capi- zers and imperialists." the United Arab Republicthat to the U. A. R. financial system.

tals, probably Leningrad and New York or Chicago. After less than 48 hours of sets precedents in its liberal of
President Johnson welcomed the accord as a "significantstep rest since returning to Moscow, terms. came just in advance of a FICTITIOUS NAME

: in our continuing efforts to increase contacts and under- the premier looked relaxed and The loan, formally approvedLEGAL visit to Washington next week Statutes Pursuant notice to Is Section hereby 84509.given that Florida the

-standing" with the Russians. He expressed special pleasure rested. At the airport on Mon- by Israeli Prime Minister Levi undersigned.doing business E.under A. the& A.firm W.name Reece of E

"about a clause that requires the Soviet Union to give prompt day he had given the impressionof NOTICEThe Eshkol a visit that has Coffee Break service. Gainesville Alach- Men's ShopStreet
University of FJorida will receive -
Florida Intends to register
.notice of the detention of American citizens and to permitS being deeply fatigued by the bids for the general class o* commodities aroused sharp concern in the ua said County.fictitious name under the provisions s
strenuous trour in the unaccus- as indicated below. Interested bid- of the aforesaid Statute. -
U.S. officials access to them. Floor
ders may obtain forms specificationsand Arab countries.. Dated at Gainesville. Florida this
tomed Egyptian heat. other information by contacting the 27th day of May, A.D..1964.
Following his television ad- Purchasing Division Room 104, Tigert European resentment of what E. A. ReeceA.
Hall of Florida Gainesville, I .
I W. Reece
i" I I I.Florida.. I is viewed as political use of the (3370) 5:20.6:1,11.10

44- -Meat and Staples bids open every

WANT MORE FOR YOUR MONEY? 64Hospital Tuesday 10:00 Supplies bids open every I '

KEEP YOUR EYE ON GRANTS Monday 3:006479Uniforms 10:30 June 16, 1964 7 b ,
64.60(-Paper Napkins YC 4eji4'aShop ,' '
1fa1.I11arsf :
2:00 June 11. ,,*4 W 2nd Floor :
64-tl-Bread YC 2:30 June IS, 1964 '
6402-Snack Items YC / WIao(' ... I
11:00 June 16, 1964 z.
T. N.Wells
Director of Purchasing
(3367) S.28; 6:4

I Sealed bids will be received by the
Board of Control until 2:00 P.M.. Thurs-
day June IS 1944 at the office of the End Of
President, Tigert Hall. University of
Florida, Gainesville, Florida, at which $
time and place all bids received will The t
SNCIAIS be publicly opened and read aloud for r
furnishing the construction all materials of: and labor for S 1tIf11 ii t1tfl : _

... Deposit for MonthClearance
Amount of Plans and
Proiect Bid Deposit..Specifications
Renovations to Sl6.ooooo $5000
(td qv University of Florida
Gainesville. Florida t l tt
State Prolect No. U.F. 2052 0 1 ;N?
Job No. 513.0 LADIES
1 1Y
Bidders sending bids by mail should
address them to D.> Neil Webb Zone I DRESSES
Architect. Board of Control, c-o Dr. J. t i it 3 t
f eyt fltChat
7II. w Wayne Reitz, President. University of
+ 1srly Florida, Gainesville Florida. Bids if
mailed. should be delivered to the above { + 1 GROUP,
address not later than one hour beforebid
q Were 89812.99
All work shall be done In accordance 1.a
with the drawings and specifications pre- > SCv
pared by Russell Raine & Associates .. ?, NOW
I P. A., Consulting Engineers and Archi- S
tects in association with Forrest M. 5.00-6.00
I Kelley, Jr., A. I. A., Architect to the ,,..3 it !
I Board of Control. Work shall be done y +t I
'in accordance with contract documentspertaining
thereto, which drawings, spec! 1 GROUP f
ifications and other contract documents ,
I may be secured or examined by contacting -.
D. Neil Webb Zone Architect.
Board of Control Building E. University c Were,2
of Florida, Gainesville Florida.
% ;4 NOW i 4 ,9 .l.tII ;
General contractors may secure draw # I
I ings and specifications for a deposit of .. 'd'
I$5000 per set. with a limit of two sets 80013.00 .
assei i !per contractor. The cost of each set will to- unit
e role be refunded to the Bidder upon his re-I ..L'reIifir
1I1f0 a! I turn of the documents to the Zone Archl- I ?
s lOt rte rl tect's office WITHIN 14 DAYS AFTER S 1 GROUP I I r k
Ill r
tea' flca ''I BID DATE. This deposit shall be the 1
steel I, monetary consideration of the Bidder's
ale fubi agreement hereinafter referred to. /7 j Were 229969.00

I f r>7 b l General contractors, subcontractors ma- .
r hn 17.00-
1ft j,rirlr ors terial dealers and other interested par NOW
I As e ties may secure full or partial sets of
1 1 f o i plans and specifications by paying the 1 40.00 REPEAT OF A SELLOUT!
f U11 sfeejall ii printing and handling cost of plans at
I .t it 24 o the rate of $100 per sheet, cost not MAL MARSHALL OF MIAMIMEN'S
refundable and by depositing the sum
Ilrt ee
t' t t P of SI 000 for specifications which costIs MISSES'. WOMEN'S
refundable upon return of the speci- V & JUNIORS' SIZES
fication in good condition WITHIN 14 SEERSUCKER

Each bid must be submitted In strict I
Biggest bargain in above-ground pool! fully accordance completed with which the Proposal Proposal Form Form SPORT COATS

will be shown in the specifications.IF I



GIVES YEARS OF SUMMER FUN Certified bid Cashier's shall be Treasurer's accompanied Check by a GREY/WHITE. BEIGE/WHITE

,or Bank Draft, on any National or State STRIPED 3 BUTTON. QUARTERLINED.Reg. .
Documentary Bank. Certified Stamps checks attached.shall have Checks State i VANITY FAIR'S 38 TO 44. LONG 38 TO 42.

I shall be made payable to BOARD OF
Here you are! All the fun of the beach tight in CONTROL in the sum named above
as a guarantee and with an agreement
your own backyard! Sturdily constructed sides I that the Bidder will not revoke or can- ONCE-A-YEAR
cel his bid, or withdraw from the competition .
of galvanized corrugated steel wIth baked-on 88 ; for a period of 30 days after j5 y
steel tubing. the opening of dSa that In the
enamel, reinforced with I event the contract is awarded to the "PECHGLO"
rust or mildew! Bidder he will within 10 consecutive
Heavy gauge vinyl II calendar days after it is submitted EXCLUSIVELY
Similar to IllustrationCfiargeJNo enter Into written contract with the YOURS ATWILSON'S
I Board of Control In accordance with
,the accepted bid and to "
down-J.2S weekly give the
money I Board of Control a contract performanceand
payment surety bond with good and SALEYOUR ,rf
I sufficient sureties S J
satisfactory to the 5.95AUSSIE
The W. T. GRANT i Board of Control In the amount of 100
per cent (one hundred percent) of the
I accepted bid. The Bidder's said agree- t
ment is incorporated in the Proposal FAVORITE BRIEF
I Form. The cost of the bond shall be
SUPER HIV J5 included. as a part of the Bidder's i (regularly $1.25 each)
base bid.Bidder's
i I II

SPECIAL I qualifications must be satisfactory -I II now 3 for only $3.25Sizes
r = I to the Board of Control. The ;
1 ;Board of Control reserves the right to,
I waive Informalities in any bid. to reject 4 to 7, in Dawn Pink or Star White.
26" BIKE any or all bids or to '
AIR COOLED OUTBOARD and such alternates that In its lodgment any bid : (Size 8, reg. $1.50 each, now 3 for $3.85))
I will be for the best interests of the I

REG. 39.88 t ;,s j Reg. $119.95 Clinton Outboard, Versatile I Drawings State of Florida.and specifications will be Ij:I II HURRY !. SALE ENDSSATURDAY 1

and Feature Packed issued only by, and all questions relative 1
.1 to bidding shall be directed to !
D. Neil Webb. Zone Architect. Building I
i Air-cooled engine I !
R I E, University of Florida Gainesville ,
I I Auto recoil starter ''Florida.! Telephone Number 376-3261, Extension -I r

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L A proven standout and the most versatile Executive Secretary I "
motor in its class* Auto recoil ,(3371) 5:28: fa
starter for quick starts 360" forward JI ;R ; f
reverse steering. Semiweedless prop. e

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Chrome Plating Q Meter SWIM*360* Q ntcln-Tan mufltar Q Ful 1YEAA ft vrwrty Farrelley. They lace at the waist and stretch ail (

Tank Models 5 over for x-tra freedom to ride the waves The

and Sports Deluxe FULl HOBSETOWEB W0GHS ONLY 36 Its 1. acetate stretch., McGregor cotton and makes rubber them blend look makes great.them--

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