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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
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Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: May 29, 1964
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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.
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ONE WEEK DAILY AND SUNDAY 88th Year, No. 281 GAINESVILLE FLORIDA FRIDAY
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Will SE Asia Talks Tilt Delicate World Balance ? I




By(e)MAX New York FRANKEL Times the whole delicate balance of relations among the United pro-Communist Laotians nor against the Communists of North

WASHINGTON Nothing in recent diplomacy has causedso States, the Soviet Union Communist China, Britain and France. Viet Nam and certainly not against their presumed mentors

much anguish here as the current crisis over Southeast The maneuvering has become so involved that the battlelines in Communist China. Nor is there any evidence to suggest that

Big Powers Asia a crisis that presents no clear line of confrontation, among the bg: powers are just as confused as those between Moscow, Peking or Hanoi wish to risk a head-on clash.
yet encroaches upon the interests and relations of all the big feuding Lao'uan factions and those between
government. and But a series of incompatible big-power commitments and
powers.It guerrilla forces in South Viet Nam.
i involvements now hangs in the balance:
is an anguish borne mainly by a dozen
Have Vital In the admffiistration's
high-ranking administration officials, now dis- Analysis: view the situation now cries for a -The U. S. commitment to deny former Indochina and
new assertion of American
persed across the globe in search of an an- What The might and resolve to deny the neighboring territories to Chinese domination or local Commu-
area to Communists. But there
is no ready that
swer. With the political and military situations target could nist seizure.

Stake in Area in Laos and South Viet Nam still deteriorating, News be situation effectively threatened by military power. Politically, the -The Soviet commitment to "neutralize" Laos and to practice
cries for
they will reassemble in Hawaii Monday knowlleans sound a new diplomatic arrangement, but there is "coexistence" on the one hand, and to retain a voice in
no structure around which
ing that Washington must make the next move it could be built. Asia, some Communist allies against China and a reputation

in a dangerous, decade-old contest for South- No one here, least of all the military wishes to embroil the for "anti-imperialism" on the other.

east Asia. And the next move, they believe, is likely to shakeIt's U. S. in a war on the mainland of Asia, neither against the
. (See SE ASIA on Page 2))

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JOHNSON CITY Tex. (AP- Arguments on whether the
President Johnson made a grand jury report citing March
memory-filled journey today to 17 city election violations shouldbe

Texas-and his high school of dismissed from court were More Exile
40 years ago-after exhortingNew taken under advisement yester-
York Democrats to work day by Circuit Judge George

for a "great victory" in Novem- Patten. .Aid Asked

ber.Johnson Judge Patten did not indicate
flew here from New MissingThe how long it would take to issue

f York in the early morning his ruling on Registration Super- m By Senators

hours. visor Mrs. Alma Bethea's request -

, He had only two appearances KennedyBirthday that the report be thrown WASHINGTON (AP-A) Sen-
on his schedule for a ranch out of court. ate committee urged today that
weekend-one tonight to addressthe
Richard Wilson, representingthe anti-Castro exile organizations'ties
graduating class of Johnson in Cuba be
registration supervisor s encouraged and
e City's Lyndon B. Johnson High argued yesterday that the grand strengthened "to maintain and
School, where he was graduatedin PartyBy jury exceeded its jurisdiction in broaden the fire of disaffectionand
1924, and the other to speakto eventual "
issuing the report since no in- revolt.
University of Texas graduatesin
CORNELIUS F. HURLEY dictment was presented.He .
Austin Saturday night. "Castro and communism must
The President made his November HYANNIS PORT, Mass. (AP) John Fitzgerald Ken- argued that the report be expelled from Cuba," as-
nedy would have been 47 years old today. claimed irregularities under the
serted
victory appeal during a a report by a Judiciary
circuit of Democratic fund-rais- The birthday, in all likelihood, would have been cele- old registration system that was subcommittee. "They will be
brated with a family gathering at the Kennedy com- replaced when the county buried the
ing functions in New York deepest, if buried by
pound of homes at Hyannis Port the the adopted the new permanent
Thursday night. The finale summer: place Cubans on the island and in
late president called "home." system in 1959. "
exile.
brought 17,000 persons to Madi- -
Garden for a two- As president, he took an extended raising birthday dinner and Mack Futch, assistant state
son hour Square of entertainmentand Memorial Day weekend Kennedy made an evening attorney, argued that the elec- In issuing the report Chair-

a program Johnson speech. away from the White House to round-trip flight to Boston to at- tion code details what must and man Philip A. Hart, D-Mich.,
Appearing at a $100-a-plate begin his summer round of visits tend it.This. (See ELECTION on Page 2) said recent events indicate anti-

dinner of Young Democrats, to the seashore. Wa p a6 Castro operations are entering a
weekend there
holiday new phase and "the time
''lJ Johnson said: ""Start working There'd always be a party for will be no gathering of the clan UF IndiaW' 1z come for a meaningful infiltra-has
r tonight for a great victory for the children there are more at the seaside compound.Six .
yp x ao tion of Cuba, and a concerted ef-
the-Democratic party next No- than 20 Kennedy small fry-and months and week 9 N
one ago, fort to topple the regime."
vember. And now give us your customarily they had presentsfor an assassin's bullet killed Club Mourns

"Uncle Jack." Sometimes Kennedy.But The report took issue with con-
(See JOHNSON on Page 2)JFK )
there were small presents for gressional advocates of a U.S.-
the President's widow, Nehru Death
the children too. supported Cuban
governmentinexile. -
Mrs. John F. Kennedy and his
With that the adult Ken- .
Stamp over
brother,. Atty. Gen. Robert F.
would gather for dinner By CLIP CORMIER
nedys
flew to Port But It advocated
Kennedy Hyannis finding a
and observance of the Sun Education Writer ----
Called Symbol a quiet to take part in an international formula for unity among Cuban

birthday.One television program on John F. Religious groups from Gaines- exile groups looking to creationof
Of His Ideals year, the Massachusetts ville and the University of Florida Radiation Count an organization which "could
Democratic party set up a fund- (See KENNEDY on Page 2)) joined students of the India authoritatively address govern-

BOSTON (AP) Postmaster Club in mourning the deathof UF President J. Wayne Reitz was among the fire ments, international bodies and
General John A. Gronouski said India's Prime Minister Ja- persons to be "counted" by the University's whole- public opinion, in the cause of
today "This nation intends to U.S. May Land waharlal Nehru yesterday.In body, radiation counter, when it went into operation Cuban freedom."
perpetuate the ideals of John F. a memorial tribute at the today. The purpose of the instrument is to measure Although subcommittee mem-
Kennedy." Florida Union building condolence the amount of radioactivity that is given off by the ber Sen. Hugh Scott, R-Pa., con-

The Cabinet official spoke at messages were received human body under various conditions. Here he inspects curred in the report generally,
ceremonies dedicating the John Force in Thailand from the Gainesville Woman's the control panel for the 26y2-ton instrument. With he said he disagreed particularly -

Fitzgerald Kennedy memorial Club, Council for International him are (left to right) Dr. B. G. Dunavant, who super- with the suggestion that U.S.
stamp in honor of the late Friendship Baptist Student vised the design and installation of the instrument; policy toward Cuba is well-de-

president. New dark Einua Center, and the Foreign Dr. George K. Davis, director of nuclear sciences, and fined and clearly articulated."To .
( Paraphrasing the assassinated By SYDNEY GRUSON Friends Committee of the First Dr. Harry M. Philpott, UF vice president. include in this report a
president's inaugural speech, Methodist Church.Dr. summarization of Cuban policyin
Gronouski declared: LONDON The United States was reliably reported Thurs- Delton L. Scudder, head the form of a blanket asser-

"With this stamp, let the day to have begun informal discussions with Thailand on the professor of religion, delivereda Racial tion of net progress is ill-ad-
word go forth through the world possibility of sending American troops there. memorial tribute. Others ex- Flareup vised and uncalled for," Scott
that this nation intends to per- The action would be meant as a warning to the Chinese pressing their sympathies were said in a statement. "Our policyas

petuate the ideals of John ,F. and North Vietnamese backers of the pro-Communist military Col. C. A. Farris, foreign student to Cuba, in fact is ill-de

Kennedy: to care for the dig- forces threatening to take over Laos Thailand's neighbor. advisor; Rev. Robert Scar- fined, fumbling, and certainly
nity of all people to supportour According to reports of the discussions available here, the borough, director of the Bap- Injures Newsmen not clearly articulated."
friends, to maintain our Thais have indicated that they want a clear explanation of tist Students' Center and Ken The subcommittee said the

strength, and to continue our how long the Americans are prepared to stay and what they Kennedy, student body presi- "generally widening gulf" I between
search for peaceful solutions to are prepared to do before an invitation is extended. dent. ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. (AP) beat James P. Kerlin. the exiles and elements

the problems that divide the Nearly 5,000 Marines were landed in Thailand by the U.S. The India Club adopted the Groups of white youths injured Associated Press photographer combatting the Castro regime

world." Seventh Fleet in May 1962 when Laos faced a similar military following resolution read by two newsmen and roughedup and Ervin Cans, 43, a sound within Cuba "is a disturbing, but

Gronouski added, "And let crisis. They were withdrawn when a political settlementto N. S. Shah, president of the several other persons Thurs- man for the National Broadcasting perhaps inevitable aspect of political -
when
word also go forth that in Lyn guarantee Laotian neutrality was achieved by a 14-power club: day night Negro civil Co.Cans. development within the

don B. Johnson we have a pres- conference in Geneva in July 1962. "One more of the noblest of rights the demonstrators old marchedinto of Dallas, Tex., was admitted refugee community."
city's Slave Mar-
ident who will continue to strive The British are convinced that at least a similar demonstration God's creations has departedthis ket to a hospital where doc- "Responsible ties however, do
for these ideals, and that under of power by the U.S. is necessary now to convince the world. A full life has come square. tors said he suffered deep scalp exist," the report added; some
his leadership, the glow will Chinese and North Vietnamese that the cost of overrunningLaos to an end. The jeering crowd of 50 to 60 cuts and a possible skull frac- exile organizations do command
I still light the world." would be prohibitive. "We lived too close to this whites broke, through police loyalties within Cuba

iI I great soul-Pandit Jawaharlal lines to smash cameras and (See RACIAL Page 2) (See CUBA on Page 2))

Nehru-to realize his ideals.

for developing or deploying weapons in space. "Born an aristocrat, educatedat
tI This is what the people at the Pentagon have Eton and Harrow (England) Negro Center Opens Tonight I

LunarBy been saying, chiefly in response to Republican it is an irony to have spent
criticism that they aren't putting enought effort the best part of his life in jail. L v

into the military aspects of space. Living during one of the darkest By JUt McGUIRK 1st St., will open from 7 to 10 the supervision of Mrs. Rowena

JACK WILSON They report that "determined and continuing periods in Indian history Son Staff Writer pjn. tonight for teen-agers from Green youth director in chargeof

Cowles Washington Bureau emphasis upon the scientific and engineering when we were under foreign Gainesville will reopen its the seventh to twelfth grades.A activities and assisted by

WASHINGTON, D. C. The Republicans aspects of space exploration is of paramount importance domination divided on race religion Negro community center tonight multipurpose recreational Earl Palmore who will conductSee

whose talent for dead-pan lunacy is matched ," which is what the Space Agency'sscientists and caste he molded and its center for white program will be offered under ( CENTER on Page 2)
our mother youngsters
land into united
committed and administrators have been telling a
only by the Democrats, have a mas-
India with all its in the near future
,
city
terpiece in their assault on the space program. Congress ever since the start of the program. diversity."We
The pronouncement comes from the Republican They insist that a space program shaken up the members of the India Recreation Director Ray Mas- LEARN TO SWIM

Citizens Committee's Critical Issues Council, in some unspecified way and pursued" aggres- Florida Club at the University of sey said this morning. I

beaded by Dr. Milton Eisenhower.The sively but without undue haste" would permit a and offer deeply mourn his loss Both centers were shut down PROGRAM TO BEGINAnother
principal complaint is that the lunar land- sounder operation for less money per year-the ble our sincere and hum- recently after two Negro couples
Ing program is moving ahead too fast and should amount of the saving also unspecified. And tiey condolences to his daughter attended the white center and a
but "stress the need" to consider the Shrimati Indira Gandhi and free learn to swim from 8 to 11 ajn. with a new
be slowed down. It is, really, nothing a prestige manpowercost racial incident occurred.
I program anyway, say the Republican ex- since it is alleged that scientists engineers, family and the President of In- Massey said both centers were program for area youngsters class starting every hour.

perts. Their testimony in this department carries and technicians are "all in short supply." Again, dia.We closed because supervision was seven years old and up will be An swimmers must be re-
i extra weight because they, and Dr. Eisen no evidence is given as to where the shortage resolve on this day to.car- not tight enough to guarantee held at the Carol Estates Pool gistered by June 1. Blanks can
hower's brother Dwight, learned a good deal exists nor why the affected industries haven't ry on his message of peace and control in the event that any starting next week. be picked up at the Sun officeor
prosperity to men and women of, the Boys Club but must be
heard
of it.
about prestige when the first Sputnik went
space all trouble racial or otherwise The program, under the spon-
races religion and culture. turned in with
There"are
a parent's signature
certainly things wlhthe
into orbitIn many wrong
occurred at the centers. sorship of the Boys Club and
His life is out, but his lightis to the Club
Boys office.
and straight-faced manner they way the space program is being conducted.The .
a grave The recreation director said the Gainesville Sun, is for be-
with and others in the GOP's Critical Issues Council has managedto shining above us to guide and All swimmers must also be
urge cooperation Russia follow." he was ordered by the com- ginners only and will start
space effort precisely as though House Republicans miss all of them. Dr. Scudder compared the mission to develop a workable Thursday June 4. at the poolon four to feet qualify four as inches well tall as in meet-order
hadn't lambasted President Kennedy a 23rd Blvd.
grief of India supervisory program for the
with that of Amer- ing the age limit.
for proposing just that tacking a rideron
year ago ica over the loss of President centers.He The lessons will be held on Foy Stephens, physical edu-
an appropriation bill to make the point clear.
Lunacy Kennedy last November. He referred has done so and the commission Thursday and Friday of next cation instructor at the University -
i I They announce as one who uncovers a vital
to Mr. Nehru as "trulya has approved his plans week and Monday through Sat- of Florida will be in chargeof
truth
that there is no known need at the moment
citizen of the world, a civilized for both centers, Massey said. urday of the following week the program assisted by

man." The Negro Center, at 524 NW until June 13. The lessons last Boys Club volunteers. .


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a WASHINGTON AP Sen. ,." \ HILLSDALE Mich. (AP- licious destruction of property
( ) ; \ao"-&IUaI j
George D. Aiken, R-Vt., estimated ZONES '" While> National Guardsmen patrolled and two others were held"in
I today there now are 63 A Partly cloudy and mild this \ P, --1.- a factory where a strike I protective custody until a formal -
afternoon I ,.
tonight and Saturday with e
If to 65 votes in the Senate to cutoff scattered thunderstiowers. Low tonight 4 er ra \ had exploded into a near-riot, charge was filed Thursday.
44 to 70. high Saturday in Ms. Variable I
negotiators began talks today
the civil rights debate and 1 to 16 mile winds. .. I
bring the bill to a vote. B Considerable cloudiness through ,\ elMaMe.1I.IiCII that Michigan's governor said -- j
Saturday. Scattered More About
f showers this aft a. \ .,
Sixty-five would be two votes ernoon. Cooler tonight and Saturday. \ .- s would continue "until they pro
II Low tonight 60 to 45, high Saturday E \ "
1 i > short of the two-thirds majority In low 80s. Winds becoming north to ,....... .. duce results. i
"
northeast 5 't. CenterFrom
to U miles per hour.
k Rl needed to invoke colutre, theSenate's e D Considerable cloudiness 11IIII11 j \ .E:. Two persons stood charged

debate-limiting proce- and some sho w e r s \ I : with assault to commit murderin
dure, if all 100 members were through Saturday. Cooler tonight \. I the shotgun wounding of a Page 1

I on hand. But it would be sufficient 60 to 65, high Saturday H ... .& plant guard and one plant guardwas

if three senators were ab- night 70 to 65, high Saturday \.-:. accused of unlawful dis- outdoor supervised activity

sent.Aiken in the low 80s. Southwesterly ww charge of a firearm. Massey said.,
l dean of the Senate Re- 8 to 15 mile winds becoming Agreement to resume pre-

r publicans, urged the earliest north to northeast tonight and oG ,wa viously sporadic negotiations in The indoors program will Include I

r,1 possible attempt to get cloture. Saturday. the 3-month-old strike at Essex ping pong, billiards, table j
well withit E F H I J K-Considerable and other activities. Outside 1
"We
: ';\l ':: .. might as get on cl dl essGth OU h Saturday; scatter- TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE Wire Corp. came Thursday night games
and see how we stand," he ed showers. Low tonight near 70. high H L Prep after a five-hour series of meetings in a lighted area, horse-

said. "If we should fall one vote south Saturday and in southwest mid-80s. 8 variable to li mostly mile Jacksonville 95 72 in Gov. George W. Romney's shoes, basketball and other

Dedication TomorrowThe short, we could try again in a winds. ALMANAC Miami Tampa 11 88 73 74 .01 office at Lansing. games will be offered.

week. But if we should be five Sunset today .............. 7.24 p.m. Atlanta 89 59 "The meetings will be held The community center will
........ New Orleans 92"
Gainesville Boy's Club Unity Park will be dedicated Saturday at 1 p.m., votes short, then we might as Sunrise Moonrise tomorrow tonight .......... 10:23 5.30am.p.m.Boston 67 47 for a reasonable period each follow its usual custom of offer-
a culmination of several years work by the Gainesville Exchange Club. A two- well forget it." Last PROMINENT Quarter STAR.._............ June 3 Chicago Washington 72 60 53 46 day until they produce results, ing social dancing Saturday I

and-one-half acre addition to the playground area was purchased, developedand The Senate is in recess todayfor Antares low in southeast ... ':11 p.m. Kansas Denver City 66 70 51 52 the governor said. "They have night, Massey said.

fenced by the club members, with additional help from individual Gainesville the start of a three-day; Venus.VISIBLE sets PLANETS.................. 9-U p.m.Ft.. Worth 82 61 agreed to stick to it for the pur- The dancing will be restrictedto
Saturn rises ..._........ 1:12 am. Los Angeles 72 54 of "
citizens.
--- Memorial Day weekend holiday. Jupiter rises ................ 4:22 a.m. Seattle 67 48 pose working out a contract. a portion of the center not
Aiken conceded it might be Mercury and Mars follow Jupiter. Romney sent the National
MARINE FORECAST being occuped by the regular
CEDAR KEY TIDES
Guard !
to Hillsdale. He declareda
difficult to arrange a cloture Saturday High at 4 42 a.m. and 3 schedule of indoor the
p.rru Low at 9:19 a.m. and 10:35 p.m. EAST GULF: Northeasterly windsS "state of public emergency"and games,
Nikita in Favor test in early June because so Sunday High at 5:31 a.m. and 3:41 to 15 knots over south portion recreation director said.
Reported many senators are committed p.m. Low at 10:01 a.m. and 11:23 p.m. through Saturday. Scattered showers. ordered the Essex plant I,
"Our facilities are open to
to make commencement speeches shut down and its guards disarmed "
Five-Dav Forecast everyone, Massey said.
after a near-riot Wednesday
in that
period. The white center should be
.
Of Watch Cuba There was no civil rights debate weather in extreme north Florida night.
: Space on Temperatures will average More than 250 persons besieged -, open within two weeks, Masseysaid.
during a brief Senate sesSion tonight and Saturday with a I
.. .... near normal, except about three the Hillsdale County Jail ,
Thursday. degrees below normal in the warming trend expected by the and smashed its windows with Its reopening is being held
PARIS (AP-Soviet Premier "Neither President Johnsonnor "You first of the week. Minor day today
name every uprising the five : rocks after police arrested three, up pending the arrival of equipment -
Khrushchev was described by a I want another crisis over against tyranny as a Communist More AboutRacial north portion, during changes were predicted for persons at the picket line at the, necessary to carry on a J

fQtmer U.S. senator today as: Cuba.Thish is the time for sober uprising, even in places day period ending Wednesday. other sections. Scattered show plant. well-rounded program, Massey i

believing that the United States: sense to reign. where no Communist party exists Normal highs average 85 to 90 ers were forecast for the period l Three were charged with man said. ;

should get adequate aerial inspection Benton said that Khrushchev, often by people who haveno and lows range from 68 to 75. with accumulation averaging a I I

of Cuba from outer obviously concerned lest Cuba knowledge of-Lenin or Marx. The forecast calls for cooler inch or more in local areas. .1

space and thus avoid any new provoke another U.S. Russian "We are honored. It shows From I
cSsis in the Caribbean. confrontation, also suggested our ideas are popular." Page Lincoln High Pool Summer A ZENITH STEREOIS i I

-William Benton, former Democratic that the Americans confine their, Benton said he and Khrush-
ture. His condition listed
was as
AN IDEAL GRADUATION GIFT
senator from ConnecticUt planes to offshore flights, over chev discussed some of the key I

talked with Khrushchev on neutral waters. Here, Khrushchev political issues confrontinig the good._ Kerlin, of Miami, was bruised J Program(TJ Begins* : Sunday ANYONE WLL BE PROUD TO OWN.
Thursday at the Kremlin. Benton presumably meant the two countries. Khrushchev, he but said he apparently wasn't The Gainesville municipal- Youth swimming lessons will I ICOUCH'S

gave his impressions of use of wide-angle lenses which said, referred to a recent state- seriously injured. swimming.pool at the Lincoln I be offered during morninghours 608 N.MAIN '

Khrushchev's views upon his arrival -might be able to take adequate ment by President Johnson on Police, some armed with clubs High School playground will open and adult training from I ST. 1

in Paris. He is the U.S. photographs from high altitudes. the prospect of better U.S.-Rus- and others accompanied by dogs for the summer this Sunday, 6 to 7 each evening.

envoy to the U.N. Educational,, Khrushchev, according to Benton sian relations as ""a ray of hopein struggled to keep whites and city Recreation Director Ray Registration for the classes "WE GIFT WRAP OUR SALES"l J

Scientific and Cultural Organization said he was distressed at a dark world. Negroes separated as the noisy Massey said today. will be taken between June 1st l

which has its headquarters the presence of American troopsin He said Khrushchev spoke whites drowned out a prayer The pool, at 1001 SE 12th St., and 15th by the principals of GAINESVILLE'S LARGEST ZENITH DISPLAY

here. South Viet Nam. warmly of Johnson, and of former said by the Rev. Andrew Young, will be under the managementof all Negro schools in Gainesvilleand ,

-Benton quoted Khrushchev assaying Benton said Khrushchev Ambassador W. Averell representative of the Southern Andrew Mickle. Recreational at the Community Centerat -.. .-_ -
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that Soviet spacemen launched into a statement about Harriman, and U.S. Sen. J. Wil- Christian Leadership Confer. swimming is scheduled from 524 NW 1st St., telephone 2- : : % j'j'I'

have brought back photographsof the "errors" of American poli liam Fulbright, D-Ark., chairman ence. 2 to 5 p.m. each day. Admission 3802.

American military installations I of the Senate Foreign Re- The attack on about a dozen will be 15 cents for chil- rim I

and he assumes U.S. cy.Khrushchev, he said, continued lations Commitete. Khrushchevsaid white newsmen occurred when dren and 35 cents for adults. More About
I
spacemen do the same in re- "You Americans fail to understand Russia is keenly interested the 300 Negroes started to Swimming lessons will be offered : LuiUJuJ1AfJv .

gard to the Soviet Union. the right of a people I in more trade iwth the United march out of the square. Several later in six different categories Election

Benton told newsmen today to change their government or States, and hinted Moscow whites tried to block theNegroes' : beginning, advanced,
that Khrushchev apparently was their political system. Thus you I would like to have normal business path and were ordered beginning, intermediate, swimmer ., Just tell us how much you need
to old bills, for home im
suggesting that the United rely on reactionary forces and credit, Benton reported. back by police. The whites then junior life saving and wa- From>r Page 1 provements pay car repairs, for all
States abandon reconnaissance this will lead to America's iso- Benton visited Russia for 10 broke through police lines and ter safety instructor, M a s s ey your seasonal expenses. Phone
encounter lation. This is a serious, complicated days at the invitation of the attacked the newsmen. said. must not be done to register for prompt, courteous service.
which might
flights question. It is the Soviet-American Friendship So Florida voters and how to .. r w n r
.question Kerlin properly .
Cuban antiaircraft fire. President I was roughed up by.one t- a.c.e._ 'v" RK.w. ff .t!
said such : of questions which affects ciety. He will be here until June I group and managed td gef'aYJ ..- ::=' conduct elections. $1B5.o0 $11.00 $429.00 $25.00 I IJ
Johnson has
', Tobacco "The 269.00 16.00 537.00 31.00
and will the whole of American-Russian 5 attending meetings of the only to be set upon by another grand jury report did 33800 20 00 600 00 34 39 $
flights are necessary relations. UNESCO.executive board. not set out to castigate
anybodyand
., I j group. His cameras were torn Payments include interest and pnncjpet. k
be continued.
from around his neck and Growers no criminal intent was ever
Benton quoted Khrushchev as More alleged," Futch argued. "Exist
thrown to the ground while
follows: AboutKennedy others pummeled the slightly Win RoundFlorida ing conditions were found in the 1 _

built photographer.St. registration books which, in the : ;
More About Johns County Sheriff L. 0 and Georgia Type 14 opinion of the grand jury, need.
tobacco growers have won another ed to be corrected."
Davis and several officers
SE Asia From Page 1 pushed into the crowd police, helped round in their fight to pre- Futch argued that "you can't 1 FINANCE of Gainesville SERVICE, INC. \I
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Kennedy's spiritual legacy to the Ian, from England, and West escorted him to safety. according to Florida Farm Bureau the law just because we have

From Page 1The world. Berlin Mayor Willy Brandtof Also roughed up was Harry Federation officialsA the permanent system." .
t Germany. ruling earlier this week bya
The President's other brother, Boyte of Atlanta, a white man
Communist Chinese I Part of the will be Georgia Federal Court upheld
program identified as an aide to Dr.
commitment to drive the U.S. Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, D- devoted to the Kennedy Memorial ,Martin Luther King, head of the the growers' move for an injunction Stop in at your
out of Asia, to force the Soviet Mass., will join Irish Prime Library, for which $10 million Southern Christian Leadership against the U. S. Department
Union into the posture of an ap- Minister Sean Lemass for partof is being raised. The I Conference. of Agriculture.
of the West and to the program to be relayed by FFBF President E. H. Finlay. favorite tavern tonight.
peaser prove library !is to be built near Harvard Police arrested 15 sit-in demo I .
that jungle wars of liberationcan Telstar II from Dublin. University.Mrs. onstrators earlier in the day and son reported today an appeal to

humiliate even a nuc 1 ear Other segments beamed by Joseph P. Kennedy, the charged them with trespassing,I delay the injunction was made
British late president's mother violation of the city's undesirable by the USDA to allow time fora _
giant.The Telstar bring in former ap- :
French commitment to guest law and formal appeal. This was denied
Prime Minister Harold Macmil peared Thursday night on CBS conspiracy.
I demonstrate that its loss of Indochina .television to comment on pic- Bonds were set at $500 each. .' by the Federal judge.
to Communist China is The arrests the heelsof Another appeal by the USDA
tures of her son and others of came on
irreversible, that Western hon- Iore About 'her family. CBS commentator two nights of demonstrationswhen will be heard in the 5th District

or can be salvaged only in dealings Harry Reasoner said the pictures some 300 Negroes' Court of Appeals in New Orleans __ ) /

with Peking and that never had been shown marched through the Slave Mar early next week. kk. I s -
France's ambitions can no long Johnson publicly before. ket ignoring hecklers and demanding Specific parties in the suit now _
.pending are three Georgia tobacco
er be served in firm alliance The Post Office Department an end to racial segre- H: Ix
> producers but the Florida -
with the U. S. marked the birthday with the gation. 4

..The British commitment to From> Page 1 first issue of..John F. Kennedy I Farm Bureau Federationand _
its Tobacco Committee
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uphold the power and prestige / memorial stamps. Pearson
have cooperated in the
of Washington as the only real hand and your heart-and your ,

defense and commonwealth for hard won interestsin Malaysia help; : More About LB J Talk have preparation filed affidavits of the case in supportof and x

general. Using phrases reminiscentboth JOHNSON CITY, Texas (AP) the growers' position.Gainesville .
of Dwight D.. Eisenhowerand CubaFrom -President Johnson and Prime
And in the midst of the tan- I
gle are three incompatible factions John .F_. Kennedy, Johnsonspoke Minister> Lester B. Pearson of Sun N Pt
of crusades and new fron-
Canada conferred for half
of Laotians; Communists, an Published evenings except
and anti. colonialists In VietNam tiers. Page OneThe hour Thursday night in New Saturday, and Sunday mornings -
I The chief executive said that York on "matters of mutual interest by the Gainesville Pub-
I ; nervous Cambodians; an- Democrats regard "politics and report also recommendedthat ," the traveling White- lishing Company at 101 SE have a couple of. auge.a catch up on local news,.
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House
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and Indians with today.It and entered as second class
charged.. chore.:' And he added, "I've 1. A "sense of urgency" con- was believed the principal matter at the Post Office at
enforcement of 14 nation ac- come up here tonight to ask you tinue in the program to resettle topic of the talk was the ominous Gainesville. Florida.CIRCULATION I aLr
cards but buffeted by much to that crusade." Cuban
join refugees outside Miami Communist inroads in RATES BY
larger political currents. It was Republican Eisenhowerwho and suggested "a word of en- Southeast Asia. CARRIER OR MAIL
Just: as Washington was seeking talked of and t y.;
repeatedly a couragement support by the Johnson who spent more than 1 Week .45 r
a way to display its power "Great Crusade" when he first 'President himself would be ap- eight hours in New York before 3 Me*. $5.85
anew there came new pres- won the presidency in 1952. propriate at this time." !.flying to his Texas ranch early

sates for another round of conferences Johnson plucked a Kennedy- 2. Earnest attention be givento I.ItodaY. also had a lengthy meet be All paid mail in advance.subscriptions must i I

variations on a theme esque chord after saying that "finding a formula which re- ling Manhattan with Adlai E.! I P y._ .
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WASHINGTON (AP) Sen. ".'' : arwaraauoa\' Mich. AP- licious destruction of property +\,i

; George D. Aiken, R-Vt., esti- ZONES S 1 C \, While National Guardsmen and two others were held in -
I mated today there now are 63 A Partly cloudy and mild this t------ .. trolled a factory where a pa-I protective custody until a formal
afternoon tonight and Saturday with t ..,...B I.
to 65 votes in the Senate to cut scattered thundershowers. Low tonight \ had exploded into a charge was filed Thursday. 4
M to 70, high Saturday in 80s. Variable '
off the civil rights debate and I to 16 mile winds. i t ., i negotiators began talks today I
% bring the bill to a vote. B Considerable cloudiness through a \ \-.IWII that Michigan's governor said
Saturday. Scattered showers this aft e\ More About
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wuyra K'" Hinz'AV Sixty-five would be two votes ernoon. Cooler tonight and Saturday. \ ... \ would continue "until they produce
Low tonight 60 to 65. high Saturday E "
I short of the two-thirds majority In low 80s. Winds becoming north to '-Taa. ..'..... results. ,
northeast 5 to 15 miles per hour. CenterJFrom
f needed to invoke'colutre, theSenate's C D Considerable cloudi- NM \ \7wtt.." Two persons stood charged

debate-limiting proce- ness and some she w e r s L with assault to commit murderin
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dure, if all 100 members were through Saturday. Cooler tonight \. _i the shotgun wounding of a 1

J on hand. But it would be suffi- 60 to 65, high Saturday ... i.. plant guard and one plant guardwas Page

cient if three senators were absent night 70 to 65, high Saturday \.-:. accused of unlawful dis- outdoor supervised activity,

'S in the low 80s. Southwesterly wtu. charge of a firearm. Massey said..
: S SS Aiken, dean of the Senate Re- 8 to 15 mile winds becoming Agreement to resume pre-

;_ publicans, urged the earliest north to northeast tonight and m 1 Ie a, viously sporadic negotiations in The indoors program will in-

, possible attempt to get cloture. Saturday.E the 3-month-old strike at Essex clude ping pong, billiards, table

"We might as well get on withit E di F SSGth H OU I h J Saturday Considerable scatter TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE Wire Corp. came Thursday night games and other activities. Out-
and see how we stand," he ed showers. Low tonight near 70 high H L Prep after a five-hour series of meet side, in a lighted area, horse-

I said. "If we should fall one vote south Saturday and in southwest mid-80s, 1 variable to 15 mostly mile Jacksonville 95 72 ings in Gov. George W. Rom- shoes, basketball and other

Dedication TomorrowThe short, we could try again in a winds. ALMANAC Miami Tampa II 88 73 74 .01 ney's office at Lansing. games will be offered.

week. But if we should be five Sunset today.............. 7:24 p.m. Atlanta 89 59 "The meetings will be held
The will
......... New Orleans 92" community center
Gainesville Boy's Club Unity Park will be dedicated Saturday at 1 p.m., votes short, then we might as Moonrise Sunrise tomorrow tonight .......... 10:23 5:30 a.m.p.m. Boston 67 47 for a reasonable period each follow its usual custom of offer- I
a culmination of several years work by the Gainesville Exchange Club. A two- well forget it." Last PROMINENT Quarter STAR............... June 3 ChiCago Washington 72 60 53 46 day until they produce results,'' ing social dancing Saturday I

and-one-half acre addition to the playground area was purchased, developedand The Senate is in recess today An tares, low in southeast ... 9:11 p.m. Kansas City 70 52 the governor said. "They have night, said.
Massey
Denver 66 51
fenced by the club members, with additional help from individual Gainesville for the start of a three-day Venus VISIBLE sets PLANETS._................ 9:16 p.m.Ft.. Worth 82 61 agreed to stick to it for the pur- The dancing will be restrictedto
citizens. Saturn rises ............ 1:12 a.m. Los Angeles 72 54 of out contract."
working
a
Memorial Day weekend holiday. Jupiter rises ................ 4:22 a.m. Seattle 47 43 pose a portion of the center not
Aiken conceded it might be Mercury and Mars follow Jupiter. Romney sent the National
the
MARINE FORECAST being occuped by regular
CEDAR KEY TIDES
Guard to Hillsdale. He declareda
difficult to arrange a cloture Saturday High at 4-42 a.m. and 3p.m. schedule of indoor the
Low at 9:19 a.m. and 10:35 p.m. EAST GULF: Northeasterly winds "state of games,
public emergency"and
Nikita Reported in Favor test in early June because so Sunday High at 5:31 a.m. and 3.41 I to 15 knots over south portion recreation director said.
many senators are committed p.m. Low at 10:01 a.m. and 11:23 p.m. through Saturday. Scattered showers. ordered the Essex plant "Our
facilities to
are open
shut down and its guards dis-
to make commencement speeches "
Five-Day ForecastTemperatures armed after a near-riot Wednes- everyone, Massey said.
in that period. The white center should be
Of Watch Cuba There was no civil rights debate will weather in extreme north Flor. day night.
Space on average More than 250 persons bee open within two weeks, Masseysaid.
: during a brief Senate session ida tonight and Saturday with l .
near normal, except about three sieged the Hillsdale County Jail'
.
Thursday. warming trend expected by the I' Its reopening is being held
degrees below normal in the and smashed its windows with
PARIS (AP)-Soviet Premier "Neither President Johnsonnor "You name every uprising first of the week. Minor day tc rocks after police arrested three;up pending the arrival of equipment -
Khrushchev described a I want another crisis against Commu- north portion, during the five day changes were predicted foj r
was by over tyranny as a More AboutRacial persons at the picket line at the necessary to carry on a
I farmer U.S. senator today as Cuba. Thish is the time for sober nist uprising, even in places day period ending Wednesday. other sections. Scattered show' plant. I well-rounded program, Massey

believing that the United States sense to reign. where no Communist party exists Normal highs average 85 to 90 ers were forecast for the perioc d I Three were charged with ma said

should get adequate aerial in- Benton said that Khrushchev, often by people who haveno and lows range from 68 to 75. with accumulation averaging a:I --.-

spection of Cuba from outer obviously concerned lest Cuba knowledge of Lenin or Marx. The forecast calls for cooler inch or more in local areas. :I

space and thus avoid any new provoke another U.S. Russian "We are honored. It showsour From
crisis in the Caribbean. confrontation- also suggestedthat ideas are popular." Page 11 Lincoln High Pool Summer A ZENITH STEREOIS

William former Democratic Benton said he and
Benton, the Americans confine their Khrush-
hire. His condition was listed as
AN IDEAL GRADUATION GIFT
senator from Connectcflt }- planes to offshore flights over chev discussed some of the key good.

talked with Khrushchev on neutral waters. Here, Khru- political issues confrontinig the Program Begins SundayBIG
Kerlin, of Miami, was bruisedbut ANYONE WLL BE PROUD TO OWN.COUCH'S .
Thursday at the Kremlin. Benton shchev presumably meant the two countries. Khrushchev, he said he apparently wasn't The Gainesville municipal Youth swimming- lessons will- I

gave his impressions ofKhrushchev's use of wide-angle lenses which said, referred to a recent state- seriously injured. swimming.pool at the Lin coin be offered during morning 608 N.MAIN .

views upon his arrival -might be able to take adequate 'ment by President Johnson on Police, some armed with clubs .High School playground will op- hours and adult training from : ST.

in Paris. He is the U.S. photographs from high altitudes. the prospect of better U.S.-Rusj and others accompanied by dogs en for the summer this Sunday, 6 to 7 each evening. I

eBvoy to the U.N. Educational, Khrushchev, according to Ben- sian relations as ""a ray of hopein struggled to keep whites .and city Recreation Director Ray Registration for the classes "WE GIFT WRAP OUR SALES"GAINESVILLE'S

Scientific and Cultural Organization ton, said he was distressed at a dark world. Negroes separated as the noisy Massey said today. will be taken between June 1st'

which has its headquarters the presence of American troopsin He said Khrushchev spoke whites drowned out a prayer The pool, at 1001 SE 12th St., and 15th by the principals of LARGEST ZENITH DISPLAYJust

here. South Viet Nam. warmly of Johnson, and of for- said by the Rev. Andrew Young, will be under the managementof all Negro schools in Gainesville'

Benton quoted Khrushchev assaying Benton said Khrushchev mer Ambassador W. Averell] representative of the Southern Andrew Mickle. Recreational and at the Community Centerat

that Soviet spacemen! launched into a statement about Harriman, and U.S. Sen. J. Wil- Christian Leadership Confer swimming is scheduled from 524 NW 1st St., telephone 2-

have brought back photographs I the "errors" of American polio! liam Fulbright, D-Ark., chairman ence. 2 to 5 pjn. each day. Admis-

of American military installa- of the Senate Foreign Relations The attack on about a dozen sion will be 15 cents for children 3802.More

tions and he assumes U.S. cy.Khrushchev, he said, continued Commitete. Khrushchevsaid white newsmen occurred when and 35 cents for adults. About

spacemen do the same in regard "You Americans fail to understand Russia is keenly interestedin the 300 Negroes started to Swimming lessons will be offered

to the Soviet Union. the right of a peopleto more trade iwth the United march out of the square. Several later in six different categories ElectionFrom > ..AYv

Benton told newsmen today change their government or States, and hinted Moscow whites tried to block the : beginning, advanced, ; i

that Khrushchev apparently was their political system. Thus you I would like to have normal busi- Negroes' path and were ordered beginning, intermediate, swim- tell us how much you needto .
old bills for home improvements
suggesting that the United rely on reactionary forces and ness credit, Benton reported. back by police. The whites then mer, junior life saving and water Page 1 pay car repairs, for all
States abandon reconnaissance this will lead to America's iso- Benton visited Russia for 10 broke through police lines and safety instructor, M a s s ey your seasonal expenses. Phone
lation. This is a serious, com- days at the invitation of the attacked the newsmen. must not be done to register for prompt courteous service. i I Ia
flights which might encounter plicated question. It is the.question Soviet-American Friendship So- Florida voters and how to properly o. w ree. il l
If Cuban antiaircraft fire. President Kerlin was roughed up by one said.TobacccT" ... h .M. at.... /t .. t
}.. Johnson has said such of questions which affectsthe ciety. He will be here until June group and managed td get away :":::: conduct elections. $185.00 $11.00 $428.00 $25.00 ir
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SI and will whole of American-Russian 5 attending meetings of the only to be set upon by another "The grand jury report did 33800 2000 60000 31.39
flights are necessary relations. UNESCO. executive board. not set out to castigate anybodyand
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be continued. - from around his neck and Growers no criminal intent was ever
Benton quoted Khrushchev as [More thrown to the ground while alleged," Futch argued. "Exist

follows: AboutKennedy others pummeled the slightly Win RoundFlorida ing conditions were found in the 4 :

built photographer.St. registration books which, in the I

More About Johns County Sheriff L. 0. and Georgia Type 14 opinion of the grand jury, need- :i
tobacco growers have won another ed to be corrected." P .
Davis and several officers
From Page 1 police round in their to Futch that can't FINANCE SERVICE, INC.
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equipment .
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Kennedy's spiritual legacy to the lan, from England, and West escorted him to safety. according to Florida Farm Bureau the law just because we have ,

From Page 1 world. Berlin Mayor Willy Brandtof Also roughed up was Harry I Federation officialsA the permanent system. "
Germany.Part ruling earlier this week bya
of Atlanta white S
The President's other brother, Boyte a man
-The Communist Chinese '
of the will be Georgia Federal Court upheldthe
program identified as an aide to Dr.
commitment to drive the U.S. Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, D- devoted to the Kennedy Memorial Martin Luther King, head of the growers' move for an injunction Stop in at your
out of Asia, to force the Soviet Mass., will join Irish Prime Library, for which $10 mil- Southern Christian Leadership against the U. S. Department .
Union into the posture of an ; Minister Sean Lemass for partof of
ap- lion is being raised. The Conference. Agriculture.
peaser of the West and to prove the program to be relayed by library is to be built near Harvard Police arrested 15 sit-in demo FFBF President E. H. Finlay. favorite tavern tonight. .

that jungle wars of liberationcan Telstar II from Dublin. University.Mrs. onstrators earlier in the day and son reported today an appeal to

humiliate even a nuc 1 ear Other segments beamed by Joseph P. Kennedy, the charged them with trespassing, delay the injunction was made

giant. Telstar bring in former British late president's mother, appeared -violation of the city's undesir- by the USDA to allow time for
--The French commitment to able law and :a formal appeal. This was denied -
Prime Minister Harold Macmil- Thursday night on CBS guest conspiracy. 4w
demonstrate that its loss of Indochina television to comment on pic- Bonds were set at $500 each. by the Federal judge. ;? __

to Communist China is tures of her son and others of The arrests came on the heelsof Another appeal by the USDA 6
[More AboutJohnson will be heard in the 5th District I
irreversible, that Western hon- her family. CBS commentator two nights of demonstrationswhen
or can be salvaged only in deal-I Harry Reasoner said the pic-, some 300 Negroes Court of Appeals in New Orleans -

ings with Peking and tures never had been shown marched through the Slave Mar early next week.

France's ambitions can no longer I publicly before. ket, ignoring hecklers and demanding Specific parties in the suit now

be served in firm alliance. The Post Office Department an end to racial segre- pending are three Georgia tobacco 4

with the U. S. marked the birthday with the gation. > producers, but the Florida ; 4'
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uphold the power and prestige memorial stamps. Pearson
mittee have in the
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defense for hard won Malaysia help.;" More About LBJ TalkJOHNSON preparation case i.
, and commonwealth interests I Ii have filed affidavits in supportof
Using phrases reminiscentboth the growers' position.Gainesville .
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on "matters of mutual interest
,. ; nervous Cambodians; an- Democrats regard "politics and report also recommendedthat ," the traveling White- Company at 101 SE have a couple laughs.... catch up on local news...
xious Thais and Poles Canadians 2nd Place: Gainesville, Florida,
government as a crusade-not a : House said today.It and entered as second: class
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charged with chore:' And he added, "I've 1. A "sense of urgency" con- was believed the principal matter at the Post Office: at I
enforcement of 14 nation ac- come up here tonight to ask you tinue in the program to resettle topic of the talk was the ominous Gainesville. Florida.CIRCULATION .
cDrds but buffeted by much to that crusade." Cuban outside
join refugees Miami Communist inroads In RATES BY
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pending rights : especiallyto the United Nations. The deteriorating -
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ON-IREATING 'Enemy of the People' Builds Up;

YOUR HUBBY

PROVIDENCE, ILL (AP-) Into Strong Drama Well Portrayed I
Quote of the'day: Dr. Baraa- I .
by C. Keeney, President of REFRIGERATOR !tEiI :
Brown_ University, told Pem- By R. MASONIt commended for Including the and his most bitter opponent1 Tom Godey as-a wily old man,
broke College seniors a top- was reported in 1963 thata lay! on its bill, for it is a stage In the long role of Dr. Stockman Dick Kraus as a friendly sea II'
notch husband recognizes that famous ski resort in Switzer- pIece concerned more with in. David Lane brings to the captain, and Rev. Wright, ap-
success requires hard workto land had suppressed the fact tellectual convictions and ironies stage a confident and pleasant pearing briefly as a raucous ...
master his field. He ad of its contaminated water sup- and an editorial regard for relaxation born of experience, a drunk, contribute thoughtful 1 j .
ded: "If you manage to hook ply in order to protect a lucra the controversial issue than quality shared by Butler Waughas character portraits while James I! -
such a 'husband, for God's tive tourist trade. An epidemic I with the recreational theatre. a vacillating junior editor. Hodges, Ralph Self ridge, and;, YOU want to/hu -
sake encourage him; don't go of typhoid was barely avoided.I This is not to state that the playis Possessed of a fine stage voice, Ann Godey offer careful sup-]: E.! ? have it tor .
I around complaining that he Although written decades earlier but journalism for it contains Mr. Lane suggests that he has port. One believes that young .)
never takes you dancing orwhatever and locatedat articulate and impassi o n e d much more fire to offer and Rick Dilgren and George Ed II .
I it is you like to do, health characters caught up in vivid that it will emerge and grow wardson, as the Stockmann I I .r-
a
. spa I events. It is to state that vigorous with each I -
and that you are a widow to such is the succeeding performance. boys, will grow up proud of .
I his work. theme of the A Sun staging and acting is necessary their renegade father.
I Gainesv 1 e to overshadow some If at first Betty Jo Edwardsonseems "An Enemy of the People"is
I t Little Theatre'scurrent Review dramatic weaknesses inherentto a bit genteel for Mrs. a challenging play, not only
off e r- the plot. Stockmann who, one imagines to directors, and actors, but to IT'SFROSTFgEiL.w.i :,
6 InjuredIn ing "An Ene- These included characters. might be of more stolid origins, audiences as well. It runs tonight i
my of the Peo- somewhat given to preachingand her character grows quite right and tomorrow evening,I
ple," a serious drama in which colored in unsubtle hues of later in the play when she, unquestioning -May 28 and 29, and resumes I
Crash On the powerful talents of both black and white. And both authors stands alone by her June 4 for three additional per
Henrik Ibsen and Arthur Millerare have- stacked the cardsagainst husband. formances. COMPLETELY FROST-FREE IN THE REFRIGERATOR ,

North Main combined. efforts to Dr.publish stockman the truth and about his COMPLETELY FROST-FREE IN THE 174 LB. FREEZER! ;

First produced in 1882, Ibsen's contaminated* waters. If the WHAT FINER
"A Gainesville mother and relentless attack on the greed thesis of the play is a bit starkly
daughter were reported in sat-' and corruption of an "irrational underscored, this is the meansto GRADUATION GIFT
isfactory condition today at Ala- majority" in a small Norwegiantown which both Miller and Ibsen HUGE CAPMJITYOO
chua General Hospital after suffering was adapted for American were persuaded the theatre THAN A WOLLENSAKTAPE
injuries in an auto wreckin I audiences by Pulitzer Prize should be put
which six people were hurt winner Arthur Miller, himselfa Still, characters clash in rec-
yesterday.Still playwright totally concernedwith ognizable situations of family RECORDERFrom PROVIDES THE MOST SPACE AND THE FINESTIN
the social condition. Since and small town life and the
hospitalized were Mrs. human venality knows neither action of Stockmann's increasing $9900 QUAUTY FEATURES FOR YOUR DOLLAR!
Carolyn Cobb, 32, of 2710 NE the boundaries of geographynor isoltation is never relievedfor
11th St., and her daughter age, Miller's version is as an instant.The dramatic conflict -
Teresa, 5. meaningful now as was the between Stockmann and C UCHIMAIN:. .
: :
In the auto driven by Mrs. original over a half centuryago. those who wish him silenced is, I ST. > :
Cobb were Mrs. Barbara Finzel, Indeed, because the drama thereby, emotionally intensifiedand .
I 39, and two children, Kenneth, probes the burden of truth and \\4ien exploited in produc-, DIRECT FACTORY DEALERGAINESVILLE'S *' i
i I, and Raymond,4. They were the individual's obligation to lion is capable of reaching out 4
bear it a theme rich in con- to touch audience LARGEST
treated and released at Alachua an and even,
f General temporary implication "An. shock it into seeing itself. TAPE RECORDER DISPLAY
Enemy of the People" is as pertinent Director A. A. Murphree
Mrs. Cobb collided with an today as ever it has been. seems appropriately to have c -
auto driven by Donnal Elizabeth When Dr. Stockman tells his placed an emphasis on character OUR GUARANTEE: ; L!
Bouthillier, 25, a secretary who I "the must rather than rhetoric, for
children that strong
lives at 2060 NW 34th St. She
the at all odds, will
," he is speak- message
learn to be lonely 'tiiffih1J41
fclso suffered minor injuries. out It seemed, however, as if
those who must TO YOU
ing for all men
Police reported the wreck occurred alone he and his cast of highly in- *
., when Mrs. Cobb attempted stand or have stood gratiating actors were occasionally :k ., 6a&
his
In
a left turn off N. Main St. against the mob. own working at cross .
case, his insistence on the truthof purposes.At A. You will always us a price considerably below .
J :Onto 23rd Blvd. and was struck these times, the staging did pay
I :.by the auto. the polluted waters has friends made not appear to support or evoke the accepted! retail price of the items which you :. ..'. Lz
his
him an enemy to purchase.B .
Police said the Bouthillier autoskidded the character portraits and relationships -
outcastin
and
and neighbors an
39 feet before the crash. slowly being realiz
f .The Cobb car was knocked 27 his town whose economiclife Our everyday prices will usually be below sole prices
depends upon concealment ed.But ( offered is K < :<'s' Rk xc 5 I Iw
feet by the Impact. everything burst very of any retail store provided the'item %)
Mrs. Cobb was charged with of the contamination. much into vivid theatrical life not soiled shopworn, or obsolete) and we guarantee
!ailur eto yield the right-or-way. Certainly, Gainesville's civic in the highly imaginative stag. to meet or beat any advertised price on merchandise \
I
theatre is to be unreservedly ing of the second act. This is a that is identical to merchandise which JL
Homecoming SetAt powerful scene wherein .Stock. we offer. >
mann faces an animal like .
Cuban Dance mob of townspeople the town The Furniture Manufacturers ..
Ridge VieV'Baptist bosses, and old friends only to Westinghonse) Meat Keeper keeps fresh meat-
r Set be declared an enemy of the
Church Program people. The actors drew obvious even hamburger-fresh for 7 days without freezingf(
AMPLE HOUS
A 140-member touring troup inspiration from the scene, ;
Rirge View Baptist Churchillwill will present native Cuban folk many of them finding their most Its seif-seaGng separate compartment is the difference
mark its Homecoming on dances and music tomorrow at effective moments therein, par-
Sunday with a day of special 8 p.m. at the University Auditorium ticularly Arthur Funk as the South Main St. at S.W. 13th St. Frost-Fre COld tqjeciOfCoofiqg keeps foods better
events planned.The on the University of Flor- mayor brother to the doctor _.kmges
11 a.m. service will ida campus. t Dual Tempetatoro Cot trot lets you set Ftsezar end
I
launch the commemoration, Called Anorada Cuba Re- Refrigerator tetnperalures t separately.HatfStefc .
and will be followed by a dinner membrance of Cuba-the presentation FJeXl leSbelving- o6' t atl d 1o
on the .church! : grounds for is open to the public. \) *
the congregation. A group sing Admission is free. It is sponsored i '
will be the afternoon's main I jointly by the University'sLatin AlI Pius-Pwcetein: crisper; Cteeso aod BSSer Coo 1
event with no evening service American Club and Lyceum G\l / partmcntf araftefate to cotors *v : -tWestfostocse.

dated. Council. HGg Built-in QaJitJ mea y oe can fo S8fO._ff it's. .

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KONG (AP) Judy 1 Herron said Judy had not been
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Oiafnesuillt Sun OF On _Johnson the Politician 4 f fBy


THESOUTH fl WALTER UPPAIANN Is leading a movement to nological and fiscal revolutioncan of poverty or the other problems -

President Johnson is havingso wrest control of the Republican liberate us from ',the an- of modern .society,,--the" -, ,
JOHN X. HABKISOX.- Preiidemi uirmklUkcri much political success that Party from the old estab- cient quarrel between the money can be found by add- !
PAT COWLES. Vk Prttl. the rules of lished leaders in the of
ordinary politicsare metropolitan haves and the have-nots. ing to the production
deft ED JOHNSON Vie. Prealle.tFlorida's
Beautiful lUll ;ExecmtlT Editor] W. G. (BID) not working. For the time centers from New There are no lingering echoesof wealth. It does not have to betaken
EBERSOLE. Vie President tad AdTertlilaj being they are suspended. For York to San Francisco. An that old quarrel in the away from those ,who

I 'University City' DlieeUri BOB TAETAGIJO.VE. By RALPH McGILL this election, it now begins to interesting and important as Johnson utterances. already have wealth. '
, -i ties Tic President tad C1re' U> Fmlitier Prize Winning Pmblisker I appear, the old established pect of this struggle is the President Johnson is actingon Here in the United States, /
H..arer.
\ Ot the Atlanta, (Ga.) ContUtnUea ruling powers in the Republican dislike and perhaps jealousyof the realization that in the as in most of Western Europe--

, THE SUN'S POLICY Party the banking, in- new wealth for old wealth, new age that is coming uponus this is the post-Marxian age.
/, TexasWraps dustrial and publishing magnates which Senator Goldwater and there is open the possibility That is why President John-
1. Report the news fully and in the columns.
impartially news
in the large metropolitan his followers hardly try to of an enormous increasein son is able to wage a war
2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in-editorials.
centers are either in conceal and at the
3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. the production of wealth. against poverty
favor of the election of Pres- The polls show dramaticallythat And therefore, insofar as same time win so much con-

The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 ident Johnson or at least are the rank and file of the money can solve the problem fidence among the well-to-do.
Want Ads376.4672Formula not strongly -opposed to it. Republican voters do not want
It This is a new developmentin Senator Goldwater. But the
Up the history of American critical fact is that the lead.. ON THE RIGHT -

\ politics, and particularly in ers of the Republican Partyare
Fourteen the University
for Youth years ago the experience of the Democratic so much resigned to a
of Texas-a Southern
Party since the disasterat Johnson victory that they WhattoDo
state, despite its southwest the end of the First World have not taken active
bromides an partin
If inclined to Club
we were Boys playground area. It was geography- desegregated its
War. the internal struggle of
I we would describe the reopening made possible by personal pledgesof law schooL This was four The Democratic revival, the Republican Party. They .

the Gainesville city recreational centers the Gainesville Exchange Club, years before the historic deci- which began during the Great have every interest in seeingto In SE Asia

as a step in the right direction. along with land donation from :Mabel sion by the U. S. Supreme Depression after 1929, was the it that Senator Goldwaterdoes

f Court ruling that the inequities work of Franklin Roosevelt.He not get control of the
Voyle. They deserve our praise.
The City Commission about three and discrimination of edu put together a mighty coalition party for the next four years. By WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY, Jr. Y
cation, segregated by race, of the disinherited: the But the old established RepublicanS -
I weeks ago closed both white and The Gainesville Sun feels it enforced by state or local poor, the distressed farmers, have abstained That is the common rheto- satisfaction, in 1964, in seeing

colored centers to weekend yputh proper :for the city to provide ade- statutes and ordinances, vio- labor, the Negroes, the new from this struggle for control, rical formulation, not only him reign sovereign over his

t activity. It was a rather convulsiveact quate recreational l facilities for lated the constitutional rightsof ethnic minorities. and it would seem that they concerning Southeast Asia, bristling fortress in the Carib-

stemming from a disturbance youth. A recreational also 'those separated.In This Roosevelt coalition prefer not to be bruised and but concerning any other situ- bean. But what should we do
I I program passing to a later devel- held together during the Tru- bloodied over the right to ation that has got plainly out about him now? Now that he
when drunken white boys danced
needs paid'personnel organizationand opment at the state university man period and persisted in choose the loser in November. of hand. "Well, what would has developed the power sufficient -

with Negro girls who appeared at direction. But it should not be- 'in Texas, it is fitting to note spite of the Eisenhower land- If we ask ourselves why you do about Cuba?" "Well, to make it very diffi-

I the white center with escorts. come a parking lot for juveniles. that 1950 was the year of the slides. The coalition was revivified President Johnson is the first what would you do about the cult indeed for us to do any-

law school desegregation. A by John F. Kennedy.But Democratic Presid e n t to Berlin Wall?" "Well, what thing?

Needless is great many persons, especially for more than 30 years make a kind of peace with would you do about Red Chi- What should we do now in
toy; springtime a At"this "we should issue
point, an in the more directly affect- there has been a deep aliena- business community, it is only na," etc., etc. Laos, having two years ago
bad season,'to, ,throw restless youth appeal ,for public. support of the ed Southern states, greeted the tion between the Democratic part of the answer to say How does one answer such concluded a foolish treaty

I out on the.streets.; city's youth: program. Such appeals, court's 1954 decision with Party and the American business that he is an extraordinarilyskillful questions? I remember an which actually gave to a Com-

...*, direct ..unnamed anonymous in- stunned surprise. There were community.Now politician. He is in- answer which I consider as munist satellite (Poland) the

The CityCommission'i closure wasa dividuals, inevitably fail. Not many angry charges that the deci- for the first time deed extraordinarily skillful. generically useful. It was power to veto any move designed -

I rash act in the ,first place. Three persons will pick up a shovel unless sion had been made suddenly, under President Johnson, But in a democracy this made by a distinguished Brit to implement the termsof
capriciously, and without 'giving there is more than a flirtation means, we must remember, ish gentleman sometime dur- that treaty! What shall we
weeks later it corrected its error. their name is on it. with individual Republicans. not only that he understandsand
the 17 states which had ing the twenties, to his youngson do now, when demoralizationrages
I j' For this, it does not deserve a segregated systems time to Indeed, there is somethinglike knows how to play upon who had asked him, in South Vietnam -

I smother of praise.Concurrently Help for the Gainesville youth prepare. This, as the Te x as an affair between the old the hopes and fears of his "Father, what role did you largely as the result of the

program, then, could better come story illustrates, simply wasunot established American busi- supporters and his opponents.IN play in the Great War?" He vacuum caused by the annihilation -

the City Commission from organized civic-oriented groups true. ness administration.leaders and This the Johnson HIS CASE it means also replied: "I tried to preventthe of Ngo Din Diem, the

I FOR AT LEAST a decade was nev- that he and, we should add, bloody thing." symbol of successful anti-
this week ordered a hearing in -such as the Jaycees, Exchange, er possible under Roosevelt,
before the 1954 decision, the his wife have an apparently Generally speaking those Communist resistance, t he
, the firing of Harold Acosta, the Lions, Rotary, Kiwanis. Perhaps one Truman and Kennedy.
federal courts had been ring- inexhaustible gift of Americans who have arguedfor man whom Lyndon Johnson,
sym-
which
THIS AFFAIR
Negro recreation supervisor. Mr. of them could provide the continuityand ing the awakening bell and can- a tough line with the Soviet speaking in Saigon in 1961,
not be mistaken for a mar- pathy. They seem to be ableto
+II Acosta dismissed rather volunteer blowing the whistle. Union be said be- dubbed
i was mysteriously supervision needed for warning riage, manifests itself, of' put themselves inside the can to "the Winston Churchill -

, I and a considerable seg- our recreational health.To There were early rulings in course, in the friendliness of skins of other people and to long to that group which triedto of our time?"
Arkansas, Oklahoma and Tex- prevent the bloody thing, YOU CANNOT turn the
ment of the community was arousedin the great publishers and see themselves as others see
his behalf further latch the as. These involved th first heads of the communicationsmedia. them. I think this imaginativereach i.e., the subsequent dilem- clock back, they all say. To

even' up pro- cases brought against discrimination Certainly this is a is the inner Johnson mas. Prevent the overruningfirst the extent that is true, it is
1 gram, ;we have "another '''suggestion. in segregated educa- most important contribution to secret It is by this gift that of mainland Asia by the an observation so overbearinglY I

The City Commission hearing is : The City ,Commission already has tion. They involved the gradu the high Johnson ratings in he keeps his friends and disarms Communist; now Southeast banal as to suggest id-

an excellent idea. and ,:Mr.; Acosta is 1 formed' an embryonic committee'system ate'schools.. It was pne of the polls. But the affair be- his opponents. Asia. Prevent the satellization iocy on the part of the man

likely to get Justice. But we wonder with' each commissioner respon- the shameful facts of education tween the Republicans and There is also an objectivereason of central Europe by the Com- who makes it. To the extent
in the South and its bore the Democrats is manifest also why he is able to go munists shortly after the war. that it is intended metaphorically -
what strange quirks in the bureau- sible for heading specific
up areas der states that no public law, in the internal politics of so much further than any oth- Prevent the establishment ofa i.e., to say that one
\ cratic mind see the, ,need for' closing of city activity such as utilities, medical, dental or other professional the Republican Party. er President in this genera- Communist beachhead in cannot change the course of

r the meeting to the public but, quix- finance, zoning. schools were opento That party is rent by a fierce tion to rally a huge majority.It the Caribbean. things, then it is, in the cautious -

otically, opening it to the press. the qualified Negro stu- struggle for the control of its is that in an advance econ BUT OUR GOVERNORS words of Professor Hay-
dents in those states. By the It is a struggle in like ours we are now live ek the fatuous '
*_ *% f :,:Certainlyone qf these areas should machinery. omy having failed to take guid- "among most
Some good already has resulted be youth activities. The Commission early district 1950s decisions courts had by opened federal which Sen. Barry ,Goldwater: ing in a time when the tech- ance from the knowing anti- statements in modem language -

Communists over the years, what it seems to be
from the public-dialogue..over,.yq\it-fr.- Lin.sh .. .rcsponsib1e..for_.-.the doors of,university grad-
is that cannot
BELOW OLYMPUS are given now to turning con- saying one profit
recreation. One is the City Cora- soliciting and guiding volunteer uate departments in Arkansas ny Inferlondi temptuously to them, after from one's mistakes But

mission's demand for a closer super help, acquisition of equipment, and Texas and Oklahoma. At AMENDThEcONiiltUfloN the situation has festered and of course one can profit from

vised program. The other is the re- all the other minutiae. least two years before Gov- -. come to an ugly boil: "What one's mistakes; a great bodyof

lease of $3,000 for new equipment, ernor Faubus' political ambi- PRAYERS IN wainpUBUC would you do about it?" i.e., learning all of empirical
tions influenced him to bring SCHOOLS what would do about
YOUR you a knowledge develops from
thus enabling diversification of en- Such a post would be the chaos of riots
a good ve- to the Little
situation which in the first in- that general rule, which is
i tertainment.But hicle for Commissioner Rock public school system, his
Jim Richardson
knew how
stance you to prevent embedded in so many of the

who is committed to,a "Citizens state university had been but which now presentssome little apothegms of our society -.

we also were. .reminded by Task Force" to ease racial tension.He graduating rather large num- very painful problems.It like "Once burnt, twice
bers of students at integrated
Commissioner Ed'' 'Turlington that will be dealing with youth both Negro commencements.The i is as though you were con- shy," "Experience is the best. ,
fronted with chess in teacher '
a game etc., etc.
recreation needs public white and colored who
youth more would be directly University of Texas
which a first-rate hack has Are we not entitled to say
support, especially from: parents. It involved if-and-when school similarly had admitted and
made the first fifteen moves then, in respect of the prob-
is a rather damning, accusation he integration becomes fast. graduated Negro students in for you, and then turns and lem of Laos and South Viet
its professional schools. This
made at us all, with,theremark: says to you, who have criticized Nam, that either we must be
university, which now has colleges -
Adequate municipal financing, and institutions in eight his strategy: "All right, prepared to take decisive action -

"The city was operating as a civic club volunteers, centralizationof cities and a total of some 22-, you take it from here." or we must withdraw;
And of there is that whatever
course no agreements we
baby-sitting age ey.- 000 students, has completedthe
responsibility under Commissioner proper satisfaction for an reach with the enemy must
move begun 14 years ago.
Richardson. Put together, these comprise It has desegregated all dormitories anti-Communist critic who be self-enforcing and must
We think Gainesville is capable of and Athletic sees a situation develop exactly not under any circumstancesrest
halls.
the dining -
public support for'youth..Witness: equation.which will put the teams previously had been as he predicted it on the alleged good offices

Saturday will feature dedication of a Gainesville youth program into rea- open to all students. There would. Those who spotted of the enemy with whomwe

two and a half acre extensjon. of the sonable balance.a presently are about 150' Ne- Castro as early as 1959 as negotiate. And finally, are

..- -- gro students in the main insti- most probably a Communist, we not entitled to ask that this

tution in Austin, and Negroes and most certainly a man additional failure suggests, as
have attended other divisions. who should be brought to his all the others have, the nec-

knees before he developedany essity to rethink the premisesof
TEXAS PROVIDES an ex- "Please don't let them ruin the best
ample for other Southern Constitution ever written!" greater power, take no our foreign policy?

Voice. of the states: Certainly none would .

People argue that the ,Lone State
PATTERN.Don't
i was not a major member of A SHOCKING

I the Southern Confederacy. It

====OnThe.Sun's:: : Opinion Pages provided some of the better
known military commanders; Buck the SystemBy

Opinions and comments of Sua nltn 0 r. *.lc.jn. la the Vokt of the People column. Utters its troops gained great reputation .
must I* signed and bear the writer's address. Nomuwllt, b. withheld if requested. A letter should by the ferocity! of their
not exceed 500 words .*d mutt b. written, ai only .as tide of tfc. paper. Poetry cannot b. used. The .
Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten It, without changing the 'writer's mooning or fighting qualities. The Southern RICHARD WILSON Crockett, deputy undersecretary, who was in charge of the
intent. tradition was nowhere Chief, Cowles Washington Bureau Otepka matter for Secretary Rusk, is up for promotion to

basis of geography? as dishonorable it stronger than in Texas. WASHINGTON, D.C., The hand writing on the wall has career minister, a better Job. The Senate Foreign Relations
Who today
Just as Some time Texas decided "This truthis Committee is into this because the
Isn't smear, inuendo, half- was in the early 1950s. ago, been written large here: Don't buck the system looking record shows

Are the Bigots? truth, and epithet just as distasteful CHARLES E. FREEMAN it had no "divine call freshly proved by a government distinguished service wiretapping, general harassment, and attempts to degrade
coming from those to stand eternal guard by the award to an obscure official named Horace D. Godfrey. Mr. Otepka after he helped the Senate Internal Security Committee

EDITOR, Sun: Those who who are anti-witch hunters as graves of dead issues Texas Godfrey is the administrator of the Agricultural Stabilization expose some of the weaknesses of the State Depart

preach so vehemently against it was coming from Mc- learned that education and and Conservation Service under Agriculture Secretary Orville ment security system.It .

bigotry and intolerance are Carthy? Is it presently open progress in research, science Freeman.' is worth noting also that Gen. Curtis Lemay has been

somewhat ludicrous, when season on anyone who hap- Title Holds and the new industrial developments It is charged in the House of Representatives that Mr. given an extension, at least until after the election of his

they resort ot the same acts pens to disagree with so-called go hand in hand. Godfrey was given this award although in his branch of the tenure as air chief of staff. General Lemay protested againstthe

they decry. When Stevensonwas intellectual liberals? I believeit Warning The state has acted quietly federal service "obviously a coverup was attempted in the multi-billion dollar award of the TFX contract for what.he

called a fellow traveler or was Justice Douglas who without turning her educational entire Billie Sol Estes case." The evidence in the Billie Sol thought was a second-best fighter plane to be ,used ,by both

Communist and subjected to stated in essence that :in orderto te) New York Thus decisions over to racist political Estes investigation showed, it is charged, incredible con- the Navy and AIr Force. The Navy commander Admiral

discourtesies in Dallas before be free, we must protect LONDON In the Houseof demagogues. There is fusion, mismanagement, lack of records, duplication and Anderson, who also objected openly before Congress, has long

the assassination of Kennedy, those who espouse ideas that Lords recently, Lord Man- not a single Southern state "woeful lack of management and knowledge, of what was since vanished from the Washington scene. But Lemay was

Dallas was labeled with the we hate. This idea would croft speaking of the proposed university that could not com- going on in the Estes case." pointedly given only a one-year reappointment, Instead of the

epithet "City of Hate." When seemingly apply to reactionary new Victims of Crimes of plete the process as begun and Mr. Freeman so values Mr. Godfrey today, however, that usual two, and this has now been extended. Bat It looks as if

Barnett, who was invited to as well as radical. Perhaps Violence Compensation Board concluded by Texas with the he confers upon him the highest accolade of his departmentas General Lemay's service i?rapidly coming to a close.

speak, appeared at a univer- in truth those who pre- reflected that the home office same ease. There is lacking an example to others. THE PATTERN SET in these several cases is shocking.The .

sity in New York, he was fess to have no prejudice are had a penchant, for long only the will so to do. This BUT WHAT OF THE MAN who testified and supplied lesson taught to federal officials is that if they see mis-

called a fascist and the audience actually more prejudiced than names and initials.He lack stems from several records to show that the big-time Texas promoter now under management, wrong-doing or bad judgment they would be M

subjected him to abuse the "hate-filled" southerner.It recalled that when he groundless fears, among prison sentence for fraud was shown favoritism in Mr. Free- wise to keep their mouths shut if they wish to maintain or. -. = r
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and a few practically pre- becomes increasingly ap first stood at the disp a t c h which Is that of being over man's department as early as Nov. 1961 This man, N. Battle improve their job status. E

vented the delivery of his that the so-called liberals box as a junior minister to run by Negro applicants. Almost Hales, has been denied an automatic in-grade promotion Their worst sin would be to tell their story to Congress; i
parent
speech. Is New York a "Cityof not liberal speak for that department a century of crippling ed- which would ordinarily have come to him in the course of 'though it is the clear and imperative responsibility of Con? :-
Hate" the are of exceptin his official brief was headed ucational practices makes his federal service. Thus the accuser languishes and the gress to inquire into the operation of federal executive de- .
tactics
application F.G.S.B.CJLS.T.Y.B. When record clear that payments funded solely by the votes of -
that fear accused flourishes ,although the seems Congress. Congress
If the officials of a south- advocated, and used by the a myth.
ern state seek injunctions or late Senator McCarthy. Excellent he asked a civil servant what The South is learning that Billie Sol enjoyed a favored position in the Department of controls absolutely the appropriation of money to operate the :
the initials stood for
he federal and of
government taxation to
Agriculture. provide- these funds.
pass special laws in orderto examples of this application she has discriminated harshly ;
law and order, have appeared in the editorial was told: against her Mr. Freeman has no monopoly on this technique. One This is its exclusive power, and Congress has the. right to '
preserve people of
"Minister, you are new to young Jerry Jackis, who revealed to Congress the use of foreign know how the funds are spent. -- _
deemed to be typical of the Gaines- whatever
they.are pages the The color, and that in
post. matter is so
dif-
discriminatory southerners. If ville Sun. Advocacy of something ficult a doing she has aid funds in Cambodia for a Communist sponsored hospital, Some kind of a new morality seems to have gotten lodge in .
The impaired her
one. opposition are was fired while the State Department official who made a official Washington. It is the morality of blind loyalty to .
York does the the
New same, or someone based upon already restive. U ability to move ahead. Texas
you go record against him was promoted, superior authority and complete 'obeslance. ,tothe word from "
acts are those of proper officials reason is both commendableand wrong they will be after is moving ahead. Those states ,
you. OTTO OTEPKA State Department security official, who on high. It is the morality of cover-up-in''thetBiIlie Sol Estes M
who are seeking to pre- desirable; but to attemptto The initials that lag behind will do
'For
mean God's so only committed the unforgiveable sin of peaching on his superiorsand Case and whitewash In the Baker And'It 5
law and order. law case. not a
Is
serve a destroy by implication, in- Sake Be Careful and Stick to at great present and future very _
'telling Congress what is wrong with the internal security healthy atmosphere for the prudent conduct: of the
proper or improper simply on uendo, and half-truth fc just Your Brief. -cost. public's. _
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CONSCIENCEOF NEWSB. I
COLORED Boy Scout Troop No. 306 All members of Juvenile

will render a program at the Lodge No. 113 are asked to

& trzutlkun F. Childs, Colored News Editor Mt. Carmel Baptist Cburch meet at the home of Mrs. P.

Sunday at 11 ajn. L. Scott, of 614 S. W. 3rd St.*
I DIVISION UNION secretary; and Deacon F. Na- During the program, TroopNo. Saturday at 3 p.m.

THE I The 5th Division Union wil II I teal treasurer. 306 will be presented with During the meeting, there
meet at the Macedonia t Solicitors for Education: Deacon its charter.
BaptistI will be the election of officers.
JOHX ... HAREISOV. President aajPnblUkeri ji I Church at Hampton, I Willie Huffman and John. The parents and the publicare
PAT COWLES. Vice Pre.l4ent SOUTHBy f Ip.m. and lasts to Sunday. Rev,. ny Lewis; solicitors for Union: invited.
| ED JOHNSON. Tic 1"1'" ......,
Florida's Beautiful and ExeevtlT Edlteri W. G. (BIO) C. J. Johnson, pastor; Rev. S. Mrs. Susie Strappier, Mrs. Eth- LACROSSE NEWSTo
EBERSOLE. Vie* President and AtveriUiivr J. Simpson president; Mrs. el Nateal and Mrs. Eva Pres.

University City DlrecUri BOB TAKTAG- RALPH Gladys L. Johnson, reporter. ley; and solicitors for Sunday UNION BEGINS Appear In ProgramThe
LIONE. Viet President au CIr,1I1a.ooa McGILLPabtier I I III School: Mrs. Catherine Wright-
faa.u. Prize Winning Fabliiher
Ot the AtUaU. (Ga.) Constitution I SPECIAL NOTICE en, for woman; and Mr. Butler, The West Coast Ministersand Union Gospel Singers

i THE SUN'S POLICY The Galilee Baptist Churc I I for men.CHURCH. Deacons Union, auxiliaryof from Jacksonville, will appearin

I 1. Report the news fully and Impartially In the news columns. TexasWraps Men's Chorus from Miami will'I the Mt. Sinai Baptist Association a musical program at the

2. Express the opinions of the Sun in--but only in-editorials.! appear in a musical program at t: ANNOUNCEMENTSMt. with Rev. G. G. McAr Bethel A.M.E. Church, Sundayat
I 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. the Seventh Division Union at t: Pleasant Methodist thur moderator begins to- 8 p.m.

The Sun's All the St. James Baptist Church at t: Church School, 9:30 a.m.; morn- day at the First Baptist Church There is no admission price
telephones: Department:-3728441Formula Archer May 31 at 3 p.m. Mrs. ing worship, 11 a.m.; and evening and will come to an end Sun but a free-will offering will be

I Want Ads3764672I It Catherine Wrighten, reporter. worship, 7 p.m. Rev. W. M. day. accepted. The public is invited. l

I Up Ferguson, pastor. ,
i S SPECIAL NOTICE Mt. Carmel Baptist S u n- I ''
J
11\\" for Youth Fourteen years ago the University The St. Paul Cemetery will I day School, 9:30 ajn.; morning i- ON THE RIGHT = I!

of Texas-a Southern be cleaned on Saturday at 9:30: worship, 11 a.m. B.T.U., 5:30:

I state, despite its southwest a.m. All interested persons are p.m.; and evening worship, 7 I II
If we were inclined to bromides, Boys Club playground area. It was geography desegregated its asked to bring their hoes, rakes p.m. There will be mid week What to DoIn

we would describe the reopening of made possible by personal pledgesof law school. This was four and cutting blades. Eu gene Meditation Services Tuesday,

I the Gainesville city recreational centers the Gainesville Exchange Club, years before the historic decision Mills, reporter. 7:30 p.m.; Youth Forum Wednesday ,

as a step in the right direction. along with land donation from Mabel by the U. S. Supreme 7:30 p.m., and also
Court ruling that the inequities CLUB MEETINGThe both Choirs Nos. 1 and 2 will SE: Asia

Voyle. They deserve our praise. and discrimination of edu- Frances Robinson Club have their rehearsal, 8 p.m.,
The
City Commission about three cation, segregated by race, of the Mt. Cannel Baptist I and Teachers' Meeting Thurs- f

I r weeks ago closed both white and The Gainesville Sun feels it enforced by state or local Church will meet with Mrs. Esther ., day, 7 p.m.; and also Business I By WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY;Jr.

f :' colored centers to weekend youth proper for the city to provide ade- statutes and ordinances, violated W. Hamm, on 233 N. W, Meeting, 8 p. m. Rev. T.
satisfaction In 1964 in
That is the common rheto- seeing
7th Place at 8
Monday p.m. A. Wright Mrs. Esther
pastor
activity. It was a rather convulsiveact the constitutional rightsof ;
I quate recreational facilities for W. Hamm, reporter. rical formulation, not only him reign sovereign over his
those
.
stemming from a disturbance youth. A recreational program also separated.In NOTICE concerning Southeast Asia bristling fortress in the Carib-
i when drunken white boys danced passing to a later devel- Hopewell Baptist Sunday but other situ- bean. But what should we do
needs paid personnel for organizationand opment at the state universityin There will be chicken dinner I School, 10 a.m.; Choir No. 1 will concerning any
with Negro girls who appeared at sold at the home of Mrs. P. ation that has got plainly out about him now? Now that he
direction. But it should not become Texas, it is fitting to note have its rehearsal, Tuesday,
: I the white center with L. Scott of 614 S. W. 3rd St., of hand. "Well, what would has developed, the power sufficient -
escorts. June 2 at 8 and Choir
a parking lot for juveniles.At that 1950 was the year of the p.m.; .
do about Cuba? "Well, to make it difficult !
law school desegregation. A Saturday in behalf of Juvenile t No. 1 will have its rehearsal you very
what would do about the indeed for to do
Lodge No. 113. you us anything -
f Needless to say, springtime is a this point, we should issue an great many persons, especially The price of the dinners is; Rev.Wednesday W. J.,Taylorpastor June 3, at 8 Mrs.p.m. Berlin Wall?" "%Vell, what ?
in the affected ;
more directly
bad season to throw restless youth appeal for public support of thecity's Southern states, greeted the- 75 cents. Agnes Gordon, reporter.Zion would you do about Red China What should we do now in
out the ," etc., etc. Laos, having two
ago
on streets. years
youth Such appeals Zion
program. court's 1954 decision with Temple A.M.E. -
How does such
one answer concluded a foolish treaty
directed to unnamed anonymous in- stunned surprise. There were AILING AT HOME Church School, 10 a.m.; morn- ? I remember
questions an which
to Communist
actually a -
i The City Commission's closure was dividuals, inevitably fail. Not many angry charges that the decision :Mrs. Annie L. Wilson is ailing ing worship 11 a.m.; and evening answer which I consider as satellite gave(Poland) the

f a rash act in the first place. Three persons will pick up a shovel unless had been made suddenly, at her home, 630 N.W. 12th Ter worship 7 p.m. Rev. W. generically useful. It was power to veto any move designed
L. Souder .
I weeks later it corrected its error. their name is on it. capriciously, and without giving race. pastor.BREAKFASTS made by a distinguished Brit- to implement the termsof
She is
member of Pallbear-
the 17 states which had a
For this it ish gentleman sometime during that What shall we
f does not deserve a segregated systems time to I ers' Lodge No. 11. Mrs. F.: SALE treaty
smother of praise.Concurrently D. Shannon The White Rose Club of the the twenties, to his youngson do now, when demoralizationrages
I Help for the Gainesville youth prepare. This, as the Te x as reporter. asked him
I who had in South Vietnam -
Mt. Cannel Church will
Baptist
program, then, could better come story illustrates, simply was
sell breakfasts in the dining "Father, what role did you largely as the result of the
f the City Commission from organized civic-oriented groups not true. PARADISE NEWS room of the church Sunday from I play in the Great War?" He vacuum caused by the annihilation !.

: this week ordered a hearing in -such as the Jaycees, Exchange, before FOR the AT LEAST a decade Note of Thanks 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. replied: "I tried to preventthe of Ngo Din Diem, the
1954
J J the firing of Harold Acosta, the Lions, Rotary, Kiwanis. Perhaps one 1.1___' __.__ 1..1 decision'I. ___,_.the_ The members of St. Luke I The price of the breakfasts i is bloody thing." ." symbol of successful antiCommunist .
svueriuuri naa oeen ring Missionary Baptist Churc J h 75 cents and 60 cents.bitttarit. Generally speaking those resistance, t he
Negro recreation
supervisor. :Mr. of them could provide the continuityand ing the awakening bell and ;
wish to thank the pastors and Americans who have arguedfor man whom Lyndon Johnson,
Acosta was dismissed rather mys- volunteer supervision needed for blowing the warning whistle. their congregations for their Soviet
a tough line with the speaking in Saigon in 1961,
teriously, and a considerable segment our recreational health.To There were early rulings in cooperation during the anniversary Union can be said to belong dubbed "the Winston Churchill
A of the Arkansas, Oklahoma and Texas. which was successful. L. I "
: community was aroused to that group which triedto of our time?
I in his behalf even further latch up the pro- cases. These brought involved against discrim-th first M. Jackson, principal of Duva]I ALFRED TAYLOR prevent the bloody thing, YOU CANNOT turn the

gram, we have another suggestion.The ination in segregated educa- $20.00 Elementary which thanks School are, donated extended Alfred Taylor, of 1501 S.E. i.e., the subsequent dilem clock back, they all say. To
Waldo Road, died in the Ala mas. Prevent the overruningfirst the extent that is true, it is
The City Commission hearing is City Commission already has tion. They involved the gradu- too. Rev. N A. Jackson, pas
of mainland Asia by the an observation so overbearingly
chua General
last Friday -
an excellent idea, and :Mr. Acosta is formed an embryonic committee sys- ate schools. It was one of tor; Miss Leah G. Rentz, repor-. Hospital Southeast banal to idiocy -
Communist as suggest
the after a lingering illness. ; now
shameful facts
of educa-
likely to get justice. But we wonder tem, with each commissioner respon- tion in the South and its bor- ter. He was the brother of Mrs. Asia. Prevent the satellizationof on the part of the man

what strange quirks in the bureau- sible for heading up specific areas der states that no public law, ,Callie Hall, of 1501 S.E. Waldo central Europe by the Communists who makes it. To the extent

cratic mind see the need for closingthe of city activity such as utilities, medical dental or other pro- LAKE BUTLER NEWS :Road, and also a veterans of shortly after the war. that it is intended metaphorically !-

meeting to the public but, quixotically finance, zoning. fessional schools were opento Party Set World War 1. Prevent the establishment ofa i.e., to say that one
the There will be given a party Duncan Brother morticians Communist beachhead in cannot change the course of
it qualified Negro students -
opening
to the
press. in those states. By the at the hqme of Mr. and Mrs. will announce funeral arrangements the Caribbean. things, then it is, in the cautious -

Certainly one of these areas shouldbe early 1950s decisions by federal Russel Edwards on Saturday ala later. BUT OUR GOVERNORS words of Professor Hay-

Some good already has resulted youth activities. The Commissioner district courts had openedthe p.m. in behalf of the Hope having failed to take guid- ek, "among the most fatuous

from the public dialogue over youth in charge would be responsible for doors of university grad- Well Baptist Church. I MRS. ROXIE KEARNEY ance from the knowing anti- statements in modern lan

recreation. One is the City Com soliciting and guiding volunteer uate departments in Arkansas The public is invited.Baccalaureate I Funeral services for Mrs. Communists over the years, guage what it seems to be

f mission's demand for a closer super- help, acquisition of equipment, and Texas and Oklahoma. At The Consolidated Service Roxie Kearney, pioneer citizenof are given now to turning con- saying is that one cannot profit -
I
Schoo
High "
to them after from one's mistakes. But
least two before Levy County, will be held temptuously ,
vised program. The other is the all the other minutiae. years Gov- will
have its Baccauaurate
release ser
the situation has festered and of
ernor Faubus' political ambi- Sunday at 2 p.m. from the Eb- course one can profit from
\ of $3,000 for new equipment, tions influenced him to bring vice at the school Sunday, May enezer Methodist Church al come to an ugly boil: "What one's mistakes: a great bodyof

thus enabling diversification of en- Such a post would be a good vehicle the chaos of riots to the Little 31 The, at 10 public a.m. is invited. Mrs Chiefland with Rev. Robert. would you do about it?" i.e., learning all of empirical

tertainment.But for Rock James officiating. Intermen what would you do about a knowledge develops from
Commissioner Jim Richardson public school system, his Ruth M. Jenkins
principal.
.1 who is committed to state university had been will follow in Adamsville Cem. situation which in the first instance that general rule, which is
a "Citizens
L graduating rather etery. you knew how to provent embedded in so many of the
\ large num-
we also were reminded by Task Force" to ease racial tension.He bers of Negro students at in- HOME MISSION FETE Her immediate survivors in but which now presentssome little apothegms of our society

I Commissioner Ed Turlington that will be dealing with youth both tegrated commencements.The There will be a program at clude her children Fred and very painful problems.It like "Once burnt, twice

youth recreation needs more public white and colored, who would be di- University of Texas the Mt. Herman Baptist Church James Kearney, Tampa; Mrs. is as though you were con- shy," "Experience is the best

support, especially from parents. It rectly involved if-and-when school similarly had admitted and Monday, June 8, at 8 p.m. in Minnie Lee Wilbert and Ste y fronted with a chess game in teacher" etc., etc.

is a rather damning accusation he integration becomes fast. graduated Negro students in behalf of the Women's Home Kearney, Trenton; Sam Kearney which a first-rate hack has Are we not entitled to say
its professional schools. This Mission. Mrs. R. B. Jones, pres- Arrendonda; Mrs. Maggie made the first fifteen moves then, in respect of the problem -
made all with the remark *
at us : university, which now has colleges ident. Lewis, Pensacola; and Horace for you, and then turns and of Laos and South Viet

Adequate municipal financing, and institutions in eight Kearney, St. Petersburg. says to you, who have criti- Nam, that either we must be

"The city was operating as a civic club volunteers, centralizationof cities and a total of some 22-, NOTICE Duncan Brothers, morticians, cized his strategy: "All right, prepared to take decisive action -

baby-sitting agency." responsibility under Commissioner 000 students, has completedthe The Seventh Division Ministers are in charge. you take it from here." or we must withdraw,

move begun 14 years ago. and Deacon Union, auxili- And of course there is no that whatever agreements we

We think Gainesville is capable of Richardson. Put together, these comprise It has desegregated all dormitories ary of the Baptist Association' MRS. RUBY tEE SMALL proper satisfaction for an reach with the enemy must

,for Witness the equation which will put the and dining halls. Athletic ,with Rev. T. D. Davis, moderator Funeral* services for Mrs. anti-Communist critic who be self-enforcing, and must
public support youth. : teams previously had been will convene at the St. Ruby Lee Small, who died atSt. sees a situation develop exactly not under any circumstancesrest
I Saturday will feature dedication of a Gainesville youth program into reasonable open to all students. There James Baptist Church with Rev. Petersburg, will be held at as he predicted it on the alleged good offices

I two and a half acre extension of the balance. presently are about 150 Ne- Middleton, pastor, May 29-31, the, Philadelphia Baptist Churchat would. Those who spotted of the enemy with whom

gro students in the main institution at Archer. Waldo, Sunday at 3 p.m. with Castro as early as 1959 as we negotiate. And finally, are

I in Austin, and Negroes The officers are: Rev. A. Rev. J. H. Phillips officiating. most probably a Communist, we not entitled to ask that this

have attended other divisions. Wrighten, president; Rev. Me- Interment will follow in the and most certainly a man additional failure suggests, as

TEXAS PROVIDES an example Gordon, vice president; W. 0. Waldo Cemetery. who should be brought to his all the others have, the nec-

for other Southern Presley, recording secretary; Duncan Brothers, morticians, knees before he developedany essity to rethink the premisesof

Voice of the states. Certainly none would Mrs. McGordon, corresponding are in charge. greater power, take no our foreign policy?
People
argue that the Lone State
i it was not a major member of A SHOCKINC;: PATTERN

I II the Southern Confederacy. It

t On The Sun's Opinion Page=== provided some of the better

i known military commanders; Don't Buck the System I
Opinion; and comments .f Sun readers art welcome in the Vaict of the People column. Letters its troops gained great repu-
i must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should tation by the ferocity of their .
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net exceed 500 words and must b. written en only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot ba used. The
I Sun reserves the right to reject any .letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or fighting qualities. The South- By RICHARD WILSON Crockett, deputy undersecretary, who was In charge of the
I Intent. ern tradition was nowhere Chief, Cowles Washington Bureau Otepka matter for Secretary Rusk, is up for promotion to

Just Whop a basis of geography? as dishonorable today as it stronger than in Texas. WASHINGTON, D.C. The hand writing on the wall has career minister, a better job. The Senate Foreign Relations
Isn't smear, inuendo, haifa was in the early 1950s. Some time ago, Texas decided been written large here: Don't buck the system! This truthis Committee is looking into this because the record shows

p Are the Bigots? truth, and epithet just as distasteful CHARLES E. FREEMAN it had no "divine call freshly proved by a government distinguished service wiretapping, general harassment, and attempts to degrade
coming from those to stand eternal guard by the award to an obscure official named Horace D. Godfrey. Mr. Otepka after be helped the Senate Internal Security Committee -

t EDITOR, Sun: Those who who are anti-witch hunters as graves of dead issues. Tex- Godfrey is the administrator of the Agricultural Stabilization expose some of the weaknesses of the State Department

preach so vehemently against it was coming from Mc- as learned that education and and Conservation Service under Agriculture Secretary Orville security system.It .

bigotry and intolerance are Carthy? Is it presently open progress in research science Freeman.It is worth noting also that Gen. Curtis Lemay has been
I Title Holds and the industrial in the House of Representatives that Mr. given extension at least until after
somewhat ludicrous when season on anyone who hap- new developments is charged an the election, of his
they resort ot the same acts pens to disagree with so-called go hand in hand. Godfrey was given this award although in his branch of the tenure as air chief of staff. General Lemay protested againstthe

they decry. When Stevensonwas intellectual liberals? I believeit Warning The state has acted quietly federal service "obviously a coverup was attempted in the multi-billion dollar award of the TFX contract for what he
called a fellow traveler or was Justice Douglas who ? without turning her educational entire Billie Sol Estes case." The evidence in the Billie Sol thought was a second-best fighter plane to be used by both

Communist and subjected to stated in essence that n* orderto (e) New York Times decisions over to racist political Estes investigation showed, it is charged, incredible confusion the Navy and Air Force. The Navy commander, Admiral
discourtesies In Dallas before be free we must protect LONDON In the Houseof demagogues. There is mismanagement, lack of records duplication and Anderson who also objected openly before Congress, has long

the assassination of Kennedy, those who espouse ideas that Lords recently, Lord Man- not a single Southern state "woeful lack of management and knowledge of what was since vanished from the Washington scene. But L may was

Dallas was labeled with the we hate. This idea would croft speaking of the proposed university that could not com- going on in the Estes case." pointedly given only a one-year reappointment instead of the

epithet "City of Hate." When seemingly apply to reactionary new Victims of Crimes of plete the process as begun and Mr. Freeman so values Mr. Godfrey today, however, that usual two, and this has now been extended. But it looks as if

Barnett who was invited to as well as radicaL Per- Violence Compensation Board, concluded by Texas with the he confers upon him the highest accolade of his departmentas General Lemay's service is rapidly coming to a close.

speak, appeared at a univer- haps in truth those who pre- reflected that the home office same ease. There is lacking an example to others. THE PATTERN SET in these several cases is shocking.The .
sity in New York, he was fess to have no prejudice are had a penchant for long only the will so to do. This BUT WHAT OF THE MAN who testified and supplied lesson taught to federal officials Is that if they see mis-

called a fascist and the audience actually more prejudiced than names and initials.He lack stems from several records to show that the big-time Texas promoter now under management, wrong-doing or bad judgment they would be

subjected him to abuse the "hate-filled" southerner.It recalled that when he' groundless fears, among prison sentence for fraud was shown favoritism in Mr. Free- wise to keep their mouths shut if they wish to maintain or

and a few practically pre- becomes increasingly apparent first stood at the dispatch which is that of being over- man's department as early as Nov 1961? This man, N. Battle improve their job status.

vented the delivery of his that the so-called liberals box as a junior minister to run by Negro applicants. Al- Hales, has been denied an automatic in-grade promotion Their worst sin would be to tell their story to Congress,

speech. Is New York a "Cityof are not liberal speak for that department most a century of crippling educational which would ordinarily have come to him in the course of although it is the clear and imperative responsibility of Con-
Hate"? the of tactics exceptIn his official brief was headed practices makes his federal service. Thus the accuser languishes and the gress to inquire into the operation of federal executive departments
application
I If the officials of a south- advocated and used by the F.G.5.B.C.A.S.T.Y.B. When that fear a myth. accused flourishes, although the record seems clear that funded solely by the votes of Congress. Congress

ern state seek injunctions or late Senator McCarthy. Excel- he the asked initials a civil stood servant what The South is learning that Billie Sol enjoyed a favored position in the Department of controls absolutely the appropriation of money to operate the
for, he Agriculture.Mr. federal government and of taxation to
pass special laws in orderto lent examples of this application told she has discriminated harshly provide these funds.
was : Freeman has no monopoly on this technique. One This is its exclusive power, and Congress has the right to
law and order have against her
in the editorial -
appeared
preserve "Minister, you are new to young people of Jerry Jackis who revealed to Congress the use of foreignaid know bow the funds are spent.
they are deemed to be typical of the Gainesville whatever color and that .
in
pages the post. The matter is a difficult so

funds in Cambodia for a Communist sponsored hospital Some kind of
a new morality seems to have gotten lodge in
discriminatory southerners. If Sun. of she
doing
Advocacy has
some- one. The opposition are impaired her was fired while the State Department official who made a official Washington. It is the morality of blind loyalty to
New York does the same, the thing, or someone based upon already restive. If ability to move ahead. Texas
you go record against him was promoted. superior authority and complete obesiance to the word fromon
acts are those of proper officials reason is both commendableand wrong they will be after Is moving ahead. Those states
you. OTTO OTEPKA State Department security official, who high. It is the morality of in the Billie Sol Estes
i who are seeking to preserve desirable; but to attemptto The initials mean 'For God's that lag behind will do so cover-up -
onlyat committed the sin of peaching on his Case and whitewash in
unforgiveable superiorsand the
Baker case. And it is not a very
law
and order. Is law in
a destroy by implication
Sake Be Careful and Stick
and
to great
present future
what is with the internal
telling Congress wrong security healthy atmosphere for the prudent conduct of the public'sbusiness.
j r proper, or Improper simply on uendo, and half-truth is just Your Brief.' cost. .
system in the State Department, Is in limbo. But William J. -

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Isaac Corp, now retired make certain that
By- ALTON BLAKESLEE" and', .-.-- Nuclear Reactors -, lost his service revolveron limits are high enough to

JEREMIAH STAMLER, M.D. i April 26. 1923, and the Police take core of rising
YOUR I
HEART
HAS NINE LIVES11middle
amounts awarded in liability -
That 'morning she always Department charged him $24 to

remembered '- the telephonerang LONDON AP) Communist Apparently a Romanian dele, replace it. I' suits.
== of insurance,
-- I For
a your
surrey
while she was having her Romania already defying the I gation to the United States lee I The gun turned up Wednesday I CALL-

M second cup of coffee. I aged and young a combination of conspiratorscan I To start with, she can urge Soviet Union's, economic mas- by Deputy Premier Ghe or ghe night in a mailbox in suburban' KEITH

Diane and Bob had gone off middle aged husbands, if they lessen their "immunity." .and even cajole him to get mov tery, has made overtures to buy I Gaston-Marin also raised the: St. Clair Shores. Police said it II

)' to high school, and she was plan!only knew how. Each of the risks becomesmore ing down that road to have nuclear,power reactors from the, question with American author' was in perfect condition.The I HAYTHORNE

ning details of the coming day, And in complete innocence, serious after menopause. regular physical check ups and United States and Britain, qualified department says it will', INSURANCE

and mentally phrasing the they may be dooming their own Extra pounds hike the risk, to follow a doctor's advice on Western diplomats report- ities.Evidently the Americans, like be glad to refund his money I'l 107 N. Main FR %.14))

sprightly letter, larded with I sons to early disaster from and can come along all too eas- controlling health hazards. the British, restrained them,_ now.
heart disease through lifelong ily with critical epochs in the I She ed.The
maternal advice, she would be can buy and prepare Romanian approach is selves from giving an unequivocal
writing to her son in college. habits which they permit or en lives of many women. foods to keep blood cholesterol
Then her world shattered. courage them to adopt and follow One such period can arrive I down, and calories under con expected to be the subject of no. The whole issue ap FEDERALQUALITY
high level American-British pears to have been left open foi E
". afraid bad news ." now. with marriage, if the girl who trol. She can help him obtain consultation. decision at White House level
the telephone voice said. ". In this affair of the heart, has scrupulously watched her enough rest and relaxation, to
your husband heart attack women have a personal and weight and calories for a trim avoid unnecessary emotional Each of the Allied powers Both the Americans and the

so very sorry ." those three fold interest not only figure lets herself go once she stresses and turmoil, and, seems to be waiting for the British have no inhibitions abou HOMES

were the main words announcing the hearts of their husbands has a wedding band, or becauseshe encourage him to get more ex other to make a first move be selling reactors to nations con

,she was. suddenly a widow' and their children, but their own begins oversampling her ercise beyond policing the yardor fore giving the go-it-alone Romanians sidered friendly. In the pas:

at 43. hearts as well. own cooking. painting a room. a definite no or a qual- they have competed keenly foi

Little ,more than an hour before In our society, this biologic After her first baby, she may As a mother, are you pointing ified expression of interest. Nuclear -such orders. 4820 N.W. 13th St. & 441 North

her husband had left for rusting doesn't come, along so continue eating more than she your children toward early trouble power reactors in which Buyers must pledge, however Gainesville Phone 372-5113

work cheerful enough and early or so brutally among really needs, and slowly gain from degenerative diseases; the Romanians have shown an to use such reactors only foj

women. American men seem to weight. Or as children interest could manufacture plu- peaceful
seemingly in perfect health. grow up of civilization? The first signs of purposes.
be five to 20 times more vulnerable -she become less active tonium for nuclear bombs. .
Very likely, many wives: may the artery disease appear in! Communist countries presum Hours:
could help to prevent the premature to "coronaries" during physically. Food can also become childhood and teen-age years. Informants said an economic ably would give such a pledg<
middle age than W 0 m e n. But a major comfort in delegation led by Aurel Cim- .
heart attacks of their cop- Habits acquired then can per but Western authorities undoubt- 8 8 Sun. 11-7
to
this blessing gradually diminishes ing with disappointments, unhappiness sist and sabotage health and peanu, secretary-general in the edly would demand the right t< a.m. p.m. p.m.

-- and after about age 65, heart or depressions.For heart. Romanian ministry of foreign check against cheating. Whether

attacks strike women almost as women, the danger trade, visited London early in
f In The pe- Modern mothers frequently such safeguards would b frequently as men. riod in weight gain usually too much whether childis April and told the Board of acceptable to the Reds is an
The female sex hormone, estrogen comes in the mid 30's and mid- worry a Trade its government would other question. 1
: eating enough each and
I seems to be a prime 40's, roughly a decade later than every like[ to buy. equipment for botha

CapitolI reason for this immunity. But for the average American man. day. Some "live by the thermal and nuclear power
clean plate rule, cajoling and
after menopause, or change of Excess pounds are less dangerous station. Now anThrough
even bribing child to eat
)ife, women produce less of this for women, perhaps or even a ev The British reply by all accounts
I I hormone. probably because of the sex hor- erything served up to him, at a was discouraging. The PAINT SALE June
(AP-In the risk of turning him against nutritious
Other differences could be mone, estrogen. Inter-Allied Coordinating Com-
news from Washington: foods.
significant. Cigarettes are statistically mittee, which controls export of
FALLOUT STANDARDS Six
: Fashion stresses slimness; a linked with a three to six-fold Growing children are hungierat strategic material to Commu-

federal agencies are working to woman running a household oft- greater risk of heart attacks some times than others, and nist lands, embargoed such SatinTone

set guidelines on when counter- en engages in more actual ex- among men. Whether smoking their own appetites are pretty equipment in 1962.It's Latex Satin Tone

measures would be necessary to ercise than her husband at a carries similar risks for women good guides as to what their House Paint \A Latex

counter radioactive fallout. desk; women eat many of the has not been investigated. But I bodies really need. Good, sen Wall Paint
The guidelines would be specific I sible food habits and shouldbe and Latex
foods their husbands much can
I same as women now are smoking CoolerIn PRICE
Prime.
Exterior SALE
t i amounts of fallout which but may eat less, and in early more than they did 30 years set up in young years.
would be considered high decades of adult life and this be As child teen is SALE PRICE one
f J relatively ago, might having a or ager, ( e $549 atlnT
I enough for the government to high blood cholesterol levels are detrimental influence.As jour youngster developing NorthBy $649' atlnTon uq wit r M'

institute such steps as condemnation 'omniously frequent among guardian of family health' sound physical health weir"east ruR '

1 of food supplies contaminated women. and as chef, a woman can makea through enough exercise and THE ASSOCIATED PRESS'

by radioactive materials. But young women and young major contribution to her hus- play at school, after school, and Unseasonably cool weather

I FLAG DAY: Proclaming middle aged women do not band's effort to protect himself around home? Or is he well on covered broad areas of the nation SatinTone

,I June 14 as Flag Day, President escape scotfree from the rav- from the risks of premature the way to becoming one of the today from New England) SatinTone i latex

Johnson called on Americans ages of artery disease. One or heart attacks and strokes. army of habitual sitters, riders to the Plateau region with some Latex f Floor Enamel

I J Thursday to rededicate them and spectators rather than performers of the chilly air dripping into Masonry Paint SALE PRICE
selves "to the principles that ? SALE PRICE
of the Southland.It $198
parts
our flag symbolizes-equality" Army Expanding City's Arteries and hearts can only was freezing in parts of the $ 515 I quart
and liberty. e Q
justice suffer as legs come to be regarded northern Midwest and tempera- atlnTon atlnT4nn On 5.89gallonUSE
A Senate
POLLUTION
AIR : ,
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hear Center StaffSelective as mere supports for tures in the 30s and 40s were t noa s
subcommittee plans public Recruiting: standing, or troublesome appendages
in the North Central
.... general region
month air pollution
ings next on IL. I to be folded into cars. ATBflXRD
YOUR CENTRAL CHARGE -
northern Maine and north
and truck engines, jet
from auto
The U.S. Army has expanded Service Office at Afternoon and evening snacks
New York State. Frost
aircraft, rockets and industrial the: Army recruiting station hereto Palatka, Tuesday, 10 a.m. until tend to be very high in calories ern was
indicated in sections of Minnesota -
plants. a two-man station and the 3 p.m., SFC Findley. and saturated fats with soft
Announcing the hearings assignment of two new recruiters drinks, rich confections and Wisconsin and Michiganand .
,
Selective Service Office at .
S. Mus- in the lowlands of Maine .
Thursday, Sen. Edmund ..
effective June 1. ice .
cream creations cookies
,
Chiefland, 1st and 3rd Fridaysof ,
Vermont and New Hampshire.The .
D-Maine said representatives -
kie, Bill*
from the automobile indus-! SFC George Findley, formerly the month, 9:30 until 11:30 chips, fatty hamburgers. Teenagers dome of the cold air
of the Ocala station, has a.m., Sgt. Crowley. needn't! forego these refreshments
and manufacturers of devices which dropped temperatures far
try automotive ex- been transferred here to com Hall at Williston 1st and but parents by ex below seasonal levels H 4kk4M
to control City was cen- Cwmg
He will ample and quiet, frank discussion
haust would'lead off at the hear- mand the new station. 3rd Fridays of the month, 1 until of health can give childrena tered in north-central Canada ..
Francis
ings, scheduled to begin June 16. be assisted by Sgt. 4 p.m., Sgt. Crowley. sounder perspective on the and fairly cool weather appeared 4
who here from
GETS' POST: The National Crowley, comes best choices of foods. likely for the weekend. fREE
PARKING
Admin- Orlando. ON TOWER LOT
Aeronautics and Space Church Fire And by Temperatures were near nor-
example, parents can
hired Breene M. SFC Herman Blum recruiter
istration has also mal in the Pacific Coast region
guide a child not to start
Kerr, 35, "son of the late Sen. here for the past four years, smoking matter how:much and the Southwest region.
Robert S. Kerr, D-Okla., as dep- has been reassigned because of Toll Rises if is essentialfor -' ..
presented as an
uty assistant! administrator for physical disability.The FOUft fWJEES DISTILLERS CO.. N.Y.C. BLENDED WHISKEY, 86, PROOF .60% GRAIN NEUTRAL' SPIRITS
fun and sophistication.How ? -
SAN FRANCISCO (AP-The) *
technology utilization. re-organization of the station a mot her teaches her <
Kerr had been 10th victim of the Samoan fire-
Since 1953, children to live de-
of re-alignment now
is part may
Industries, dance disaster in; the parish hall
Kerr-McGeeOil
with hisfather's of Army recruiting territory in of All Hallows Catholic Church termine if they are alive and
Inc., of Oklahoma City This.station absorbs well
central Florida. a quarter century hence.
last Saturday night died in a
old firm._ the former Ocala station San Francisco hospital Thurs- And along the way, a woman
i NOTICE TO B1ASINGTONCO APPEARTO area and now is responsible for can strive to benefit her own

: ETHEL Mr. Gary M. Hughe recruiting activities in Bradford, day.Fee heart as well.Tomorrow .

Rural South Rftut. 1Yoo Carolina Alachua, Gilchrist, Levy, Mar- Tafea, 26, a private ( : Your Decision) I' ;

Cope MrebY fined "at wit for by ion Citrus and Putnam Coun- policeman in San Francisco, had (Condensed from "Your Heart Has .'. > .<:.L...,.., "'.s:' { -"'; :}.;.t' ., + ..,..;t.....,.. ,'i','>: "' /" ... ..1f
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divert has bee Igllnst you Nine Lives." published by Prentice Hall 'YN'i". ., : .. ,' .... .
P JOHN J. BRASINGTOnuaSR. IntY/tile In ties. suffered burns over 90 per cent copyright 1964 by Alton Blakeslee). "': ": < : "' .,..,fw ,.: .v .:> i.# '. .. .."I( ,. .'< .... T' :' ,

Circuit Ind to of his body. f: ff... ', : ;tf; ,.;, < N \ :: .
Chlncery. enswerrorul eadinge According to recruiting officials : .- ;1 : .
COpy of your t. ,. $. : ., r* '. I 'X,... .'A"
sold Compllint on tl'le Plllntlff'1 It.torney. at Jacksonville, the shift Five died at the scene and DON'T HEAR WELL +' :.fff.x., A'....,. "'d" + '" 'A.<:'I: ri:( : > .fl"
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end file trnt orlg.Inll result in as well over 100 were injured.
FIQrIClI. will economy 'tn'S >
ot t h a Better Hearing '' r i' ...
In the officeCircuit of the Clertl Florida:: better service to the poten. still remain in critical condition. '' .- < ; .
ille other as GAINESVILLEHEARING .
before Court' Gaines of June.said It Complaint M; ; tial enlistee. Travel distance to The fire started during a fire AID CO. : ,. }

wise will l be the taken allegations a* confessed by you. ,, nearby counties will be shortened dance-part of a Samoan holi- 620 N. Main FR 6-0095 ,
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April.
r"-ed tills 21th day of and the presence of two, day celebration. I \ \\\ "1 Hr.r

It"J.. B. Carmichael recruiters here will enable the
Court..i.
Clerk: of the Circuit \ i
*Chl.fl County. F'enda: station to be kept open every I .

Deputy By. Cherries Clerk Hale day.The I W r 0 (1:4\ I Y ..r'I xl N11M_+Io ,>. "-; i 11 i{.,* "", 1 ... v .'... '*' ti,,
5 $ IS. 32. 29NOTICE ." .
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Of SALE new hours of operation + re u.le ;> + t Y .J M 'f"
CONCERNSYou recruiters in tj"i'. : 1 !.j..l 4.- ,;'" ,-oF'
MAY of
TO WHOM IT offices Army n4
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Ire hereby rwtifi* that tile follow- \. ... ,' :t d .
announcedwere :
trio motor vehicle: 1H4 Volkswagen nearby communities .t.i :t.;., : i ..:t ,
1145739 will 1 ,
S4JJ P-U Truck Serialbe N.10:00 o'clock : Ii} ;" : "
sale at '
sold at public .
even '
A.M. on the 3th day of June. 144. at Selective Service Office at : :
1321N.
Associate Discount Corporation
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Main. Gainesville. Florida. Starke, Thursday, 9 a.m. until -
Tilt proceeds of the sale will be ap- (\
plied first to the payment of the costs 1 p.m., SFC Findley. I
storing and sale l of said
oveeic'e end the cost of publication Old tourist information booth,

of notice of of tffaience sale and teen ov*to under the satisfaction the I courthouse square, Ocala, Monday Y ,

;entract with Tom and Catherine Green- and Wednesday, 10 a.m. un- ia f
hatah. RT 1 Box 12A. O'Brien. Florid I f v .., r :
covering the financing of said motor til 4 p.m., Sgt. Crowley. ,,
vehicle Any surplus will be paid to +
e 1 e .. w rr
you and you will remain liable tot any ,
balance remaining unpaid under said VINYL FLOOR TILE

COfItr.ct.Th newspaper publishing this Notice I' 42 COLORS IN STOCK A\ tir :_,," : ,,'.
.t Sal shall not be liable In damages PER >'4 'fU" .-i ;
to any person or persons named therein 10.9* TILE ,: 1
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arising solely from tee publication ef M Mrs : i j. "

said notice.Associates Discount Corporation Sinclair Eaton Co. ..,.. ....5 ,/-<

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S Gainesville Sun Friday; May 29, 1964I. .' -. --.--


Director's Stub bornness. r. : :

DINING & .
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9 ENTERTAINMENT Can Make Film a Success =



(9 a tt5uU1tllaUlJSmtFrivolous New Unrk It'itttt ; promise on Important things," late Harry Cohn then head of:

HOLLYWOODCritical ap-I said Zinnemann the other day. Columbia. For examplme, Cohn I

praisals of movie directors "He must be determined to re- jeered when Zinnemann wanted

NonsenseIs generally stress creativity, in- tain his ideas. This can require Montgomery Clift in the film.

tegrity, pace film technique,I real stubbornness. But withoutit By sheer tenacity the director I

handling of actors. But all these, you can lose everything. People won and proceeded to make one

1 Summer Film. FareBy ''i attributes can be undermined in are always coming along of Columbia's biggest artistic I

I Hollywood unless the director with good ideas. They mean and financial hits. .

BOB THOMASAP than the premise. The trouble' has one other quality, stubbornness. well. You have to know when

Movie-Television Writer is that none of the charactershas Without this capacity for not to accept these ideas." And film when"The he Sundowners was preparingto for ,

a shred of reality; all areas resistance the best picture can Zinnemann whose career has the Warner Brothers studio
YsYa HOLLYWOOD (AP) -In the! two dimensional as Huckle be spoiled by interference from been a series of episodes re-
Warner said he saw no sense
M s spring, the movies' fancy light. berry Hound. studio executives, producers and quiring varying degrees of stub-
hi the movie about Australian
ly turns. The film companiesseem "A Bedtime Story" provides stars. bornness, does not look the making

H u. i C+J'Q F unwilling to issue any. the provocative casting of Mar- One of the best studies in part. Slender, of less than aver sheep herders in Aus-

i Pr __ thing of a weighty nature;, lon Brando and David Niven in stubbornness in the American age height his lean face, deep tralia. He said there were partsof .
similar
!, hence the springtime flood of another farfetched sage of high movie industry is a director who set eyes an dsoft speech sug- Texas with scenery.Zinnemann's mak-

xlfr4 fluffy frivolous products. life. They play a pair of low- seems most malleable Fred Zin gest the researcher and the reply: "I am

: Three of the current releases lifes, actually jet age gigolos nemann. At the moment he is ascetic more than the stereotype ing a movie about people, not

.' ', demonstrate Hollywood's preoccupation -who relieve rich American' resisting pressure from the of the Hollywood director. about scenery. Australians" live

{!' >. with combining names.. men of diamonds, rubies and Spanish government to alter his But throughout the American in Australia not in Texas. The
__ I movie made in Australia,
: other baubles. was
: and nonsense. Vast amounts of latest movie "Behold a Pale movie industry, Zinnemann's
< each have gone into "What a Niven is capital for this sort Horse." It is Zinnemann's quiet stubbornness is well known. At producing another dividend for

.. i ....av.j'rrl ....:mv f! '_4. N/"'.w._. Way to Go!" The result is not of thing. The surprise is Brando. determination that has won him I Metro Goldwyn-Mayer, some directorial stubbornness.

r As A equal to the sum of its parts, Whether playing the smooth op- the support of the president of veterans still recall that, as a
PictureTwo
Pretty but it provides passable enter- erator or masquerading as a Columbia Pictures Abe Schneider young director, he was known''

I tainment. blithering half wit prince, he and the head of production at as "the trouble maker" because :
entrants in the "Miss Florida World" beauty contest, June 18-20 at Thanks are largely due toShuley evokes laughs with a sure the Columbia Studio M. J. he turned down script aft' GniVE-INTHEATRI

Cape Coral are Lynda Lee Wick (left), 18-year-old coed from Ft. Walton Beach MacLaine who works touch. (Mike) Frankovich. When the er script as unsuitable. 4 4'- tolE .ors.piUYi
and Dottie Newell, 18-year-old West Palm Beach Then there is "Viva Las ..AST TIME TONIGHT
student. Girls from
throughout
ever so hard to keep the flimsy first suggestions for changes in "There is a kind of mystiquethat
the state will compete in the ")liss Florida World" pageant at the Cape fabric from tearing asunder. Vegas," another adventure in this film were made by Franco'scultural grows up between a director -:s Show Time 7:30
Coral Yacht and Racquet Club prelude to the Miss unreality. This one has Elvis
USA and Miss World The story is reminiscent of old experts Zinnemann told and a crew sometimes,";i! C
spectacles later this year. Winner of the Cape Coral event will receive numerous Sid Caesar Imogene Coca Presley as a race car driver Schneider and Frankovich: "Ei- observed Zinnemann. 'Each' p
prizes, including an all-expense paid trip to Detroit Aug. 22-29 for the Miss and Ann-Margret as a swimming i
sketches, complete with takeoffson ther we make the picture we time there is such a victory the Twenty
USA Las and .
contest. teacher in Vegas,
old and new movies. Shirleyis to takes heart." I Ive onto..
agreed to do or don't bother crew
Suffice to
-oh, why bother? say cisjc; 'I seethe
lass whose life is sa
a simple "
the retreaded perhaps froman make it at all. Since then, "From Here to Eternity" was I Y : Pink Panther
plot
ruined by too much money. old Esther Williams Van despite a ban on all Columbia an endless campaign of resistance -'! r A : twice!

Citrus Selling Campaign The whole business is not to Johnson script is barely enoughto films in Spain the executives by Zinnemann assisted by

be taken any more seriously thread together a successionof have stood by their director."A the screen writer, Daniel Tar-

musical numbers. director should never com- adash to suggestions by the Il

I Urged in Labs Sports Why IitziCan't I \:

BrandoBy Y I
I L No Broadway for t{;

By CHARLES STAFFORD nancing.The ident of the New York firm Make ... .BUK i'rMAR s-
I LAKELAND AP-The Florida first is a proposal for a which handles the commission's I' DAVID NIYEN PETER SELLERS
o So he continues to cast his lot Of "Bedtime Story" he said ROBERT WAGNER CAPUCtKE.THE .
Citrus Commission is BOB THOMASAP
considering survey of the opinions of American medical journal advertising
ac
two new ventures in its! nutrition scientists concern- count proposed the survey. It in FilmsBy Movie-Television Writer with films, and he has no apol- he had a ball making itl I :.- ,! PINK PANTHEROAUDIACARDIMALE; I

" effort to sell more Florida cit- ing the virtues of natural citrus The citrus industry has depended HOLLYWOOD (AP) "No, ][ ogies for his work. Those who especially in the company of!!I ...
rus one that would take !it to products in contrast to synthet- too long in its advertis- JAMES BACON have no yen to go back to the claim he is wasting his consid- David Niven. He saw the first -

the nutrition laboratories of the ing on the vitamin C containedin stage to play Hamlet 01. erable talent will no doubt renew cut and thought it funny, but I -2nd Feature-
HOLLYWOOD AP Mitzi
( ) '
ics.The after release considered the final version not
Marlon their charge
nation and the other that anything else said I
citrus
second is products, Enloe said.
a
suggestionthat Gaynor is a victim of box-office
would go right to the grass roots Synthetics manufacturers make Brando. of his next film, "A Bedtime so-\Vell. you can't win them
of a golf course. the commission sponsor a the same claim. chemistry.And The Nebraska-born actor es. Story," a wild bawdy farce. all," he shrugged.But .

Both proposals were handed to $100,000 open golf tournamentnext that may also be what's tablished himself as a legend oi f "Let *em," the actor said un- he conceded he be
the commission's March.Dr. "Thus the more we advertise with concernedly. "They've been saying may I
budget the American theater
com- wrong with the movies. one
too close to the film and now
I mittee Thursday to consider fi- Cortez F. Enloe Jr., pres- sell vitamin" he C said.alone, the more they The last time Mitzi was cast play, "A Streetcar Named De. that ever since I did 'De.sire' the previews have indicated to'
"
I opposite the right leading man sire." That was in 1948, and he Universal that it will be .
I He said the
proposal, which Brando, looking youthful in a al. --
I -Rosanno Brazzi the picture has not returned to the stage -
Million I was received enthusiastically by ,"South Pacific" wound up since. He indicated he'll never, butch haircut (he turned 40 last crowd-pleasing moneymaker. I to.

I Increase I.the commission, would cost $56- '.seventh in the top 10 list of all- go back. month), was in his richly fur- I

500.After time moneymaking films. "In the theater they expect, nished dressing room at Uni LAST TJMES
I several weeks of study Her next two pictures were you to freeze a performancs versal. He talked about a vari- I TODAY I

,the commission's special golf and it the t! ety of matters, though not, per 1:27-3:30-
In Fla. I 'comedies opposite Yul Brynnerand play same way nigh; I
5:337:369:39
Tourists committee ,
recommended
\ of a citrus tournamentnext sponsorship Kirk Douglas. after night for months-years,'' his request, civil rights or his

Result: Mitzi had to go into, he said. "I couldn't face thai t personal life.
March at the Rio Pinar ,

I TALLAHASSEE (AP) A tourists were New York and I Country Club in Orlando. nightclub mands $40,000 field where week.she com. again.- "

total of 14,208,279 tourists visited Illinois nine Jim Gaquin PGA tournament a PeopleIn
Florida during 1963, accordingto gan, seven per per cent cent and; Michi-Ohio director told the commissionthat At. the Las Vegas ,Flamingoshe Shall They WEAKI I

a report from the Florida and Georgia, six per cent the field would be tremen- was given two pointstwoper IS NOT FOR THE
f Development 'Commission' released dous with a $100,000 purse. He centof the action of the ForeverGo the NewsNEW

Thursday.The The percentage favorable also said that it would be "largely -entire hotel-casino operation to

comments about Florida from self liquidating," and that the sign a 10-year contract. Unsung? YORK (AP) Two TISPERHAPSNOTDLfilfldeHAVlLlAND EVEN
commission said an in- outgoing tourists continued to' commission would make back Jack Entratter of The Sands, nights a week you can find au-

crease of 1,197,890 tourists was increase, the commission said. most of its investment.This who wishes he had her under DETROIT AP) A mailed thor Max Wylie pounding a beatin FORTHE STRONG III '
noted over the 1962 total of 13- Comments of outgoing tour contract, comments: York's Central Park. 0
also New
proposal was received release from the Small f'
010,389. Of the total number of ists were reported by the com- enthusiastically.But "She's the only new night press / '
Business Administration's De- -t
tourists coming into the statein mission as follows31 : Herbert Massey of Dade club star to emerge in the last troit office Wylie revealed Thursday that A V1gIMOlT
1963, 82.9 per cent came by decade." regional Thursday he had joined New York City's
per cent suggested im- chairman
City of the budget STARTS SATURDAY
Robert F.
quoted
car, 11.6 by plane and 5.5 by provement of privately main- committee, warned that "you But there are no movie director Phillips, re- auxiliary police force in the 79th 8 I
gional as announcing
,
t train and bus. tained facilities. can't have everything." Both scripts. Josh Logan once said Precinct, a focal point of the 1:313:335:357:379:39Alan
selection of the small
"Michigan
Many thousands more, pos- -21 per cent suggested improvement are great ideas, he said, but Mitzi can do more things better business of the year" in connec- department's drive against sakes hifrf jrifr tabs dogl' .Dog_takes......over_.._!
who infest
than else in and rapists
of Hollywood.That's muggers
state-maintained the anyone -
commission
for
budget next
sibly more than half a million, tion with "Small Business dark.Wylie's .
facilities. partly her trouble. Central Park after
came from foreign ports of em- year is already very tight. Week." Tony
barkation by private boat down -5 per cent suggested improvement Both proposals were referredto When Brynner and Douglas, The second paragraph said: daughter, Janice 21, r

the intracoastal waterway or by of hospitality.43 his committee for study anda both serious actors chose Mitzi "The business selected is in an and her roommate, Emily CurtisChristine .
per cent gave favorable report at the commission's ;she was so good that she made .. l
private plane, the 'commissIon Upper Peninsula town of 2,600 Hoffert, were found slain in
remarks about Florida. June them look bad. I i'I :;: .. .
meeting.its .
said. where 25 townspeople help the their East Side apartment nine > rt I
A smart producer would cast ,
firm building studs months .
More than $2.5 billion was her opposite Jack Lemmon or from process ago.PITTSBURGH .... .;
hemlock and balsam l a u mane
spent by the 1963 tourists, the That Was the Week'Takes Cary Grant and you would logs." (AP-R.) Sar- MonsleurCo9nac if} \kIiversaI;, ReIu.I
commission said continuing the have female Koufax
a Sandy
hARCU) xptr.a.aa
&
The handout did not name gent Shriver says he doesn'tknow
trend toward increased pitching Willie
against a
expen- Mays.
the nor the town. A whether Secretary of De-
ditures per person. In addition, 2nd Place to Paar Also, she was producer RayStark's company
reporter, suspecting a goof, tel- fense Robert S. McNamara is a N Tonite and
[ Saturday
tourists tended to remain in first choice to do '
Florida for shorter periods. Jerk irtnttll pretentious liberalism and "Funny Girl" on Broadway, ephoned. Democrat or a Republican buthe'd 3 Color Horror Hits!
5By "We're not allowed to tell you make a good running mate Ofun 7:00 Show 7:45Sco
distributionof but declared ,
Determining the) JACK GOULD tiresome reliance on "shock" as : the name of the company or for President Johnson. \ DR/YE-4H TMEATR All3 Lot as 9:20
the 1963 tourist dollar, the "I knew I wouldn't be believ- .
alibis for not doing its H oHvKoi..Rao! AI.20'fROW
NEW YORK -The best thing major town said Bob Layman chiefof Shriver head of the Peace
commission said 23.53 per cent, job which is to be able as Fanny Brice so I turnedit I *FIRST AREA RUN*:
about "That Was the Week ThatWas" amusing.The the investment division."That's Corps and Johnson's "war on At 11 :05
or $594.7 mI un was, spent on is the Jack Paar Show show's campaign of inviting down. And look what Barbara policy given us by poverty" told a news confer At 9:20
lodging, and 18.26 cent, or ( Streisand is with it."
'per that follows it. While the viewers to say why they doing Washington. I can't I '
for heavily j Sorry, help ence McNamara "is a man who LOOK AT THIS 'MAN
$160.5 million was spent Jack Bean her husband and
publicized "TW3" has been sink-(dislike individual president i a 1 you.It thinks for himself."
food and drink in ,restaurants,I candidates manager explains why she refused I and BEWARE..there is
is
ing further into the rut of dull- | a cheap and em- WHAT WAS THE

night 1963 clubs the and five taverns.In states. fur ness and tastelessness, the hu- barrassing affair. Its flippancyon the role: i One Full Pound LUNCH ... S5e up I'I'I nothing human about him
"Fanny Brice was no beauty. HIDEOUS THING
morist has been quietly offeringsome the Viet Nam crisis was I DINNER ,... SSe upI .
nishing the greatest number of eminently diverting shows.Paar's decidedly out of order. And rid- Neither is Barbara she kids KC Sirloin ...except his desires!! THAT CAME TO

primary accomplishment iculing Judy Garland's orob- about it herself. Look at Mitzi.I yl ALFORD'SSteak

Panama Tally in late weeks has been to lems in Australia was a' low How can" you make her un- $195 JJfTOWER l HOUSE I It HONOR HER
"
beat "TW-3" at its own gameof :pretty? WI 210 E. UNIVERSITY ....1Nr
blow.While Now, Stark has another,
topical commentary. The per- the "TW-3"
PANAMA AP-The) national production Broadway show called '"The' I
elections board has officially former has moved right up obviously is suffering from :Passionate r r

proclaimed Marco A. Robles vic there with Bob Hope in the mat- smugness that is a trait of the i the old Fredric Witch MarchVeronicaLake based on SUBURBIA SATURDAY ONLY

in the May 10 presidential ter of an opening monologue. On self-appointed life of a party I
tor 1 "
movie Married a, DRIVE IN THlATRf Show Time 7:30KNIGHT ;IDGARAlLAHPOrSTHE'
election, but opponents renewed such Friday evenings as he Paar has been moving most at- ;Witch."
their protests of election fraud. elects to survey the national tractively in the opposite direc- I .
Mitzi's interested. If she takes
The final tabulation Thursdaygave scene his barbs carry a traceof tion. No slouch in past years at I OF THRILLS
H i :
Robles 130,154 votes to 119- sting and he has been im- blowing his top or crusading, he I the you Betty may Grable see a repetition of, VO ONE ADMITTED WHILE THE COFFIN IS BEING. _OPENED. t
!
786 for Arnulfo Arias, leader of partially ext r act I n g now is self-disciplined and allows For saga.couldn't I 1f

the Panamenista party. The of laughs at the expense of both, his philosophical good na- I herself years arrested Betty around get! '
Holly-
ficial count approximately President Johnson's administration ture to predominate. And the I7 BSMCE"DEBRAErYGET
wood. Then
she did
tabula. and the Republicans.But (diversity of his interest has been "Dubarry:
matched preliminary
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Lady" on Broadway and .
after what separates Paar II standing in good stead this : ii
three
tion announced days {
1 the .:- .
movies
the election. from TW-3" is that his ob-I season discovered her. I!i ; .._ -=

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B I I Fete Son Honored at Shower I I INITARKET Et If.

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Complimenting Miss Judith Di- low and white chrysanthemum
I FianceeMr. ane Tucker, bride-elect of William corsages to the bride-to-be, her u
,EDITORS NOTE: Every day, chapter by caaprer, the AmerIcan Dale Arnett, a bridal shower -:mother, Mrs. Woodson C. Tucker { I/ Jltll"tlHll'pl'h"Illm!'It"R'9 tl Jfl Ihi ,

press chronicles the story of Claudia Taylor Johnson, I was given Wednesday even Jr., and the ridegroom- i i **aaaiUaiUim.' I I I.,? I' ,
helpmeet of and Mrs. Hugh W.. Har- jQo <.,>.,'.! ii! "dl''iij nt4 ,,gll, { ;i
Mrs.
i unequivocably the world's most influential man, : ing by Paul Tarrant, Mrs. elect's mother, Mrs. William Hl !IMAKtTSDRIVEIN
Lyndon: B.Johnson, President of these United States.It ling entertained last night with!John Baxter, and Mrs. George T. Arnett.
a dinner to honor Miss Jennifer! Butler. The guests included Mrs. Har-t
.Is the way of this nation and its people to live .vicarious Brown and their son, Hugh The Butler home was decorated ry G. ,Hunt of Jacksonville, 1 1 { i ;
ly the experiences of the great lady in her unique positionin Harling Jr. following their wed- with arrangements of glor- Mrs. Wallace S. Brey Jr., Mrs. Ruth WeimerWomen's
the White House as wife, mother, as well as voice and ding rehearsal at the First Baptist -iosa lilies, gladioli, and roses!'David S. Anthony, Mrs. CharlesF. Editor SHOPPING!
inspiration for many American wives and mothers in less Church. In the living room bridal doll Eno
a Mrs. J. Martine Pearce, OPEN 7 to 11 EVERYDAY!
awesome abodes. The Brown-Harling weddingwill was used on the mantel, which I Mrs. Joseph H. Simons, Mrs.
take place this evening at was decorated with white ta- Milledge Jr. Mrs. LOW PRICES
But seldom do 'we' in America, nor do their own peoplefor Murphey Brides'Book NEW
that matter, see much of or read much about the First 7:30 p.m. at the church followedby pers, ivy, and gardenias. : Harry H. Sisler, Mrs. DonaldF.
in the Chi The refreshment table PRICES GOOD IN ALL OUR
Ladies of other countries. a reception cover-! Rothwell, Mrs. W. A.
Omega sorority house with Mr. ed with a hand-crocheted cloth,. Krienke, Mrs. A. P. Black, GAINESVILLE STORES
Who these behind the powerful and Mrs. centered with and Miss 1234 NW 16th Ave 1023 SE..th Ave.
are gossamer women men on Austen Brown of At- was a yellow Jeanne Cornell, Mrs. Ar-
3725 W. Uaiv. Ave. 3809 E. Univ. Ave
international thrones? What influences do they bring to bear lanta, parents of the bride, as white arrangement of carnations -min Gropp, Mrs. Burton Otte, i 2809 NW 6th St. 4205 NW 16th Blvd.'
on these men? hosts. and chrysanthemums.: Mrs. L. G. Gramlmg, Mrs. 4105 NW 13th St.
Guests for the rehearsal din- Gifts,were presented from a; Justin Harlow Jr., Miss Ed- ALACHUA: Corner 1st St. & 441 .
Today, Dona Carmen Polo de Franco is presented. This is TODAY, )May :29 HIGH SPRINGS: 3rd Ave. NW & Main
ner, given, at the Holiday Inn, tea cart decked with ivy and winna Murphey, Miss Louisa
of series of of silent uncrowned I
one a seven profiles queens. were limited to members of the sweetheart roses. Bohannon, Miss Ruth Krienke Wedding of Miss Jennifer B.
You will note they have many common characteristics; among bridal party, the two families The hostesses presented yel' and Mrs. Fred Cantrell. Brown: daughter of Mr. and ALL BRANDS King Size _
them shyness, piety, devotion to family. Are these similaritiesa Filters Regulars
and out of town guests.A Mrs. Austen B. Brown of At-
coincidence or indications of the womanly qualities sought silver and lanta
crystal epergne and Hugh W. Harling
by men who eventually dominate their people? You decide filled with pink roses and snap- Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. HughW. CIGARETTESCARTON

.. ; dragons, topped by a silver Commencement CalendarTODAY Harling Sr., 7:30 p. m.,
double-wedding ring, formedthe First Baptist Church. Reception
centerpiece for the U- following at the Chi Omega -
shaped table. Silver candela- May 29 Sorority House with the

brum were used at either side. PKY Junior Senior Prom, School Gym bride's parents as hosts.

I y Among the pre-nuptial events Informal party following sponsored by Junior and Senior Dessert party honoring Miss $269
9 x ? ,. k complimenting Miss Brown and parents, Faculty Club, Newberry Road, for Juniors, Seniors Gayle Cross, fiancee of Cas-
Mr. Harling was a buffet supper and their dates, 12:30 to 4 a.m.SU1"DA par Rappenecker Jr., Mrs.
r : it wY. given recently by Mr. and Mrs. Murray Sipprell of Melrose
Charles R. Couch Jr., who en- Y, May 31 9* and her daughter, Mrs. Pat

a tertained at their home. GHS Baccalaureate, First Baptist Church, 4 p.m. Warren of Gainesville, at the KING SIZE
Roses, snapdragons, white Sipprell home.

chrysanthemums and baby's TUESDAY, June 2 '. .. .,.',_. Kitchen shower for Miss Judith -

breath flanked by pink tapers, GHS Class Night, School Auditorium, 7:30 p.m. Diane Tucker, fiancee ,of PEPSI COLA
decorated the buffet table and William Dale Arnett Jr., 8
I I'r sweetheart roses centered the WEDNESDAY, June 3 p.m., Mrs. Milledge Murphey -

small supper tables.A GHS Graduation Ceremonies, UF Gym, 8 Jr. and her daughter
p.m.. '
pink and white color note Reception, GHS Mall, 10 to 11 p.m. Miss Edwina,, Murphey, ,723 .
was emphasized in the 6-BOTTLE
appointments.Mr. party Dance, 11 p.m. to 3 am; breakfast at 1:30 a.m.; swim NW 18th Terrace.

and Mrs. Couch presenteda party, 3 to 5 a.m., all at the Faculty Club, Newberry Road, SATURDAY, May 30 3 9'C"CARTON
I sponsored by Senior parents.
gift of silver to the bridal Luncheon
complim e n ting
couple. SUNDAY, June 7 Miss Gayle Cross, fiancee of
Guests included the honorees, PKY Baccalaureate, School Auditorium, 4 p.m. Caspar Rappenecker Jr., Mrs.

,Mr.and Mrs.and Mrs. Harling Sr., Mr. WEDNESDAY, June 10 Darrel J. Mase and Mrs. R. REGULAR or KING SIZE
Wilbur M. Harling Jr.,
S. Mull in, 12:30 p. m.e
9 d Mrs. Carlos Bonnette of York, PKY Senior Banquet, Holiday Inn, 6 pjn.; Gainesville Golf and Country
S.C., grandmother of the bride- Graduation Ceremonies, School Auditorium, 8 p.m. Reception -, Club. COCA COLAGBOTTLE

groom-elect; Little Miss Joye following, School Patio Dinner honoring Miss Judith -
"Don5'Cannen Polo de Franco, 64, watches a national Harling, Miss Jane Herndon, Diane Tucker and her fiancee -
I ,celebration 'with General Francisco Franco, Miss Kay Herndon, Miss Dade William D. Arnett, 7
soldier, husband.By ., Darby, Gene Harling, and Ray p.m. Mr. and Mrs. A. Frank
mond and Henry Couch.
Ail stock-Corn Green and their sons, Frank
HAROLD K. MILKSMADRIDAP)2Anna homes in northern Spainwherethe
I Green Jr. and Michael Green, 3 9c
Car. influence of the Spanish ... CARTON
,, Gainesville Golf and Country
ARCHER Mr. and Mrs.
fir.
men Polo de Franco' 64, Spain'sFirst i First Lady is felt most. There CalendarOf Clarence William Ailstock of i. Club. .
she makes General Franco
Lady, exercises a tremen sure Dinner, honoring Miss Ann
Archer the
announce engage- Ni YY
I favorite foods he
dous but seldom seen influence gets the Jean Fishback"and John Frak-

on affairs ,of state. She exercise drinks needs, little.because And he that eats he does and EventsTODAY riage ment of and thendaughter approaching, mar Miss : : her fiance, John Franklin BAVARIAN SELECTBEER

t111'm9rQ on her family not overdo in his favorite hobbies Patricia Carol Ailstock, to Clifton Bennett, Dr. and Mrs. Glenn i

its's of shooting and fishing. McNiel Gornto, son of Mr. O. Summerlin, 2612 Newberry

; -p n mostjeople' think Dona Carmen is one of the May 29 and Mrs. Clifton Gornto of .. R Road.
the-letter 'F' stands for Franco Luncheon honoring Miss
Gainesville.The .
Gainesville
Sectional
few in who habitually Bridge
people Spain
;? said close:.friend of. the Tournament 1:30 { r ti 7r. Jean Thrasher, bride-elect of
,
MeD'sPairs
addressGeneral: Franco p.m. bride-elect will graduate
taU .sliui: :panlsJovoman: who Wayne Rickman of Orlando.
;
and Women's Pairs
nickname 8p.m.
as "Paco" a Spanish June 3 from Gainesville High
then First Family's household f Mrs, Harry Green and Mrs.
rules .
for Francisco.Servants at Mixed Pairs, Holiday memberof
School, where she's'a 6-BOTTLE
inflexibly as General Norma Chestnutt, Holiday Inn,
the Pardo Palace find her a Inn.American the Homecoming Court, y 4
Francisco-Franco ,controls the 7 9c
"most amiable and kind lady." Association for cheerleader, and a member of CARTON
government. I i Charitable Lady the United Nations, 8 p.m., Alpha Tri-Hi-Y. Deadline I
''11 ITor. Dona Carmen the Community Room, Guaranty
4FV stands for. Family, and it Visitors with appeals for Federal S a vi n gs and Loan The bridegroom-elect was s
is Jajgely> _her influence which charity always encounter in Building, Mrs. Norwood graduated from Gainesville High TonightIt's
has made the Franco family, Dona Carmen a willing listener Phelps, guest speaker. School, where he played football CENESSEE or CARINGBEER
t including daughter; son-in-law, and usually a willing contributor. SATURDAY, May 30Gainesville and baseball. He attends Gulf not too late to enter your
Often.she herself in favorite beef recipe in the Florida .
the close- joins Coast Junior College, Panama '
and six grandchildren Sectional :
knit unit it is a worthwhile charity move- Open Pairs 8 Patricia Carol Ailstockthe Beef Contest. An entries
today. I.
; p.m., Open
-.1.1'.1.1'Miss
ment, giving lavishly of her City.Plans must be mailed to the Gaines-
Now In his 72nd year, and his time and efforts to promote it Pairs; second session, and have been made for a First Baptist Church ville Sun by'midnight, tonight.
r 26th year as head of the Spanishre Henry L. Gray Pairs, Hol- June 21 wedding at 5 p.m. at Archer. Cash prizes will be awarded.
American women in Madrid iday Inn.
ime General Franco ------ '
sturdy --- -t
{
leans heavily on his Asturias- know the Spanish First Lady Gainesville Lioness Club,
well because of her interest in Rummage Sale 7 Bird- I 27flcQts.
borri wife for support both in a.m., City CouncilOfficers
personal, and state matters. charity affairs of the AmericanWomen's sey Feed Store Lot. A ZENITH STEREOIS '

The tall Spanish woman, us- club, and her partici- Spring recital of Miss Carol 7
ually clad in black, shows the pation at least once a year in Anne Boyles, soprano, and AN IDEAL GRADUATION GIFT _

same determination today as their meetings. Miss Patricia Anne Rehbein,
she did more than 43 )'ears.ago Deeply religious, as is General 8 pjn., Highlands Presbyterian I InstalledBeta ANYONE WLL BE PROUD TO OWN. i

when she rejected her father's Franco, the First Lady at- Church. BLUE RIBBONBEER
'warning not to marry a soldier tends mass every day at the pri- SUNDAY, May 31 Sigma Phi City Council COUCH'S '608 N.
"because at the first sound of vate chapel In El Pardo Palace Gainesville Sectional recently installed new officers MAIN I ST.

a, shot he will be off, leaving sometimes with General Bridge Tournament, 1 p. m., at the home of Mrs. Harold "WE GIFT WRAP OUR SALES" H' ,
you alone." Franco, sometimes alone. When Open Teams,first session, and Johnson. .
Dual Loves they travel, General and Mrs. Rutherford Pairs; 7:30 p. m., GAINESVILLE'S LARGEST ZENITH DISPLAY "

Dona Carmen, born in the As- Franco invariably seek out a Open Teams, second sessions, The slate of new officers in-

turias capital of Oviedo on July(church for a religious serviceon and Mary Turner Pairs, Holi- cludes Mrs. Robert Young, Xii 6

!9,. 1900 was the oldest of four( arrival at their destination. day Inn. I II Phi, president; Mrs. Tom: Pkg. 9'9'>t r

childrenof a wealthy business-*' 60Th?)' have much to give sincere StudentsPresent I I Bridges, Gamma Chi, vice- Cans

many: She was educated by the thanks for, and they never president; Mrs. Marvin Whitten, .
Salesian nuns and to this day, fail[ to give them," said an aide. 'Gamma
Chi, recording secre- 1
friends say, it's hard to tell At home in Pardo Palace Ei I
whether she loves more her Dona Carmen lunches daily with Piano RecitalPiano tary; Miss Barbara Chamblin

familh or her church, she is so' the Caudillo, sometimes sitting Phi Beta Theta, corresponding 4 BANANAS
Intensely'devoted to both. down as late as 4 p.m. becauseof I .students of Mrs. Ruth secretary; and Mrs. Robert Head For CHERRY'S _
The late King Alfonso :XIII his attention to the affairs of Elinsori Burke will be presented Brown, Alpha Lambda, treas-
of Spain sent a representativeto state. Frequently there are motion 'in a recital on Saturday at 8 urer.A r.
the marriage of Dona Car.. pictures in the evening in. p.m., at, the Stephen Foster e For Your

men and the then Lieutenant -, a private studio in the palace.) School. ,summer social has been .., '.. .. .. ,.. ',...
Colonel Franco in Oveido's San, Occasionally Dona Carmen has' Participating in the recitalare tentatively set for July 11 at Complete Trousseau lOC

Juan Church Oct. 22,1923. Heed- wives of cabinet ministers or' Judy Campbell, Sherry Hil- the home of Mrs. Hershell Lb. '

ing her father's warning, she close friends in for tea and on liard, Fred Awbrey, Elizabeth Streit The annual Christmas Mien you're planning for- a ,wedding ..
1 went with her new husband the rare occasions for bridge.Grandchildren Crozier, Steve Tanner, Jeanie do' as so many smart brides-to-be ,
next day when he left for Afri First Whitehead, Kay Whitehead, Mi- party is to be- planned by Alpha I I and choose your entire wedding trip __
ca to join his Moroccan Leg. But let a charity drive come chele Garibaldi, Suzy Rain, Lambda, assisted by three other wardrobe from our beautiful collection.II.,1 .
ion unit fighting the Riffs. She up and the Spanish First Ladyis Sherrie Campbell, Janice Kay chapters, and Gamma Chi FOREMOST FAVORITE

his seldom been separated from in the forefront of the cam- Lindsey, Jeannette Lindsey, will be assisted by the Women' .

him since., paign. Yvonne Rain, Patricia Kimbrell, of the Moose as co-sponsors for i ICE CREAM
Strong Influence "Dona Carmen and the General Karen Prine, Judeen Schofield, the annual Heart Fund balL Xi

Cabinet ministers know it pays have always regretted. they Lynne Redd Sylvia Morgan, Phi chapter will be) in chargeof .
td be on friendly terms with had but one child," says a close Gayla Gull, Valerie Gull, Founders' Day. I- I
Dona Carmen. Her influence friend. "Now God has given Marsha Carlisle, Barbara Cole- ; .

with General Franco is strong, them six fine grandchildren, man, Janice White, Evelyn
especially In matters of personalities and they .are making the mostof Beaty and Debbie Gibson. It's a good idea to mix sea. /2 GAL.CARTON. 4 C

and, those who know them.' Friends and parents of the foods to serve in a. curry
the couple intimately say the Though many people say Dona students are cordially invited to sauce Scallops shrimp and 7
Caudillo 'of Spain has great Carmen looks like a Spanish attend. crabmeat may be used.
faith in his wife's recommendatibnxC. noblewoman, there is no noble
blood in her direct line. But her
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, : S Gainesville Sun Friday. May 29, 1964 1


NOTICE CECIL HEICH SCRAFFORD PLAT PB F.U

W f J2 t Bi A........... Charlie Williams .......... 194 Lot 1 ..................... H. J. .Frances Schroder ... 4142 r o 54 ...................... Gednde&Befly&J.SrnaI..JS.U
Notice I* hereby given that tM IIn described lands* er to mu there E 24.41 t Lot 1 Ilk less S I t SECTION J1M9SW S ....................... G. Ella Cudgo ...._..._. 3.77
I' will bt necessary t pay the due for taxes herein op.lt M4. RWMCDOWALLS ................. Ruth Starke ..............M 4 ACRES AS PER DB PG 176 Lot 5 .........,.....?. .. S. a. A Nora Scruggs 4c, _.....23.00

to the u. tothr wlt th costs of such sale. M Icerlln. will Ik ADDITION I LESS NE-LY FT ...2.......... H.. W. .Elizabeth Vorles .... 4194 Lot 5 ......?... .....W.. Smith Sr. (Willie) ,.-._.... .

.:. at public t. day of June A.D. noon LoU.5 a 4, Blk 4 ......... O. O. Minis ............ SECTION 2 A 3-10-19 3 Lot 6 ....................... W. .Jai Smith Jr. (Willis) ... 7.34
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the In the door o the Clerk o the Alachua Circuit County Court, in Florida.the Alachua County Court House Lots 7, Blk A. .... ........... O. O. Minis ....... ... '.1 S 411 FT OF E FT OF SEC 3 Lot ......................... P. Debase (Pate) ...... 7.34
31 LoU 44 ... .
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o Gllsle ROPERS ADDITIONLot LESS LOT 26 A 1687 FT OF W 6 1 ..... CudgoAGibbons&.Jones..2.37THOS.STEENBURG

ORIGINAL GAINESVILLE 13, Blk X Rn 1 Ls E 70 F 497.56 FT OF SEC 2 ........... Sammie Hunter ........... S-D PB B-91
Blk 1 Range 7.. G. W. Bass 34.34Lot8egNWcofLOtSFUflNftE o N 140 FT Ft ANGLEWOOD. REPLAY R 44 Lot < Bk B ........................... Lola Sims HeIr.S.. 2.1
Lot 3 BIshops Replat t 75 Ft ....a....Lu... ...7....... P. 14.59 Lot 3 Bk C .. ... .. Wilta E. ..
L Halbrook EST. ..... Lot 1 Bk B...................... Robt. A Sophie Fisher .. .. 9514 .. .. .... Glins .
43ftSftW43ft Bishops Replat WY4 of NEV4 of Lot 14 Blk A Rng 1 .. A. .Ollie Wyche ... ..... 140Luvema Bk B ...... ..:.. .. N. O. McDowell Jr. .......... DUVAL HEIGHTS P E 33
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; Blk 1 Range 7 ....-. G. W A Cora L IIS. 44 Co SE cor Lot 13 Blk 5 Rn I, Run L B ........ .......... B Roberts (Brencc) 1.0EfcR ...... ................. P. A Daisy Days ..............%.14.25
All Key Frances .......... : 5 Ft N 10 E S S 100 HGTS NO y. a M.r 'U 9 ..............._...... C. Lillie ......11.01
Block I Range 7 : Ft POB ........... ........... Henry ET AL ... ,Lot 12 .... ..... ...... .. NclntoClnfo
BRUSH ADDITIONeqSEcorBik13runW13OftN33 .. .6.2 Let 10 Bk G ....... ...... ..... John Elizabeth Wood ....... 10941 ... 4. e Hall J .....L
595 FT of N Ft of E 1 3 of Lot :Lot 16 ..... .
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10 OAKLAND TERRACELot .... .. .. .. .
14, Blk ......... Doshia ......... ..... 10.21 .. .. ......... U S.' Dlt Wife ..... .... '11.01J
nE30ftN90ttE100ftS12Stt Hill McGregor 40.86 5 1 .. Myer 3 ......... .... Wm. R. Willeen Henderson ... l 2 ... ... ... & .
Louis (Joseph)
Gladys A Eddie George 51.29 l.. Blk X Rng 2 ..... ........ Coy ........... 25207 :2 PB E:22 1971zit ............... ... .Le 1A.0
Lots II t 14 Blk 2 a. Blk 4 3 ........ Susie B. .... .. 47.51 L iTERR N Lot 25 .. .. ... ........... W. a Mlnl Brown (Wiie) .. .
Lots Spearman Brewing Co. 4577 NY o Lt Rn CI.r .. .. ....... G. M. .Marion Thorp ......... 6.0 .... ....... 1182
ME 100 Ft 1, Blk ,Lot 27 ............. ...... ... a Per
Com L'1BII 23. 140 ft W of cor Rng 4 ............o... ....... ..2 Gloria 129.55 HEIGHTS PB F-4 Lot ........ ... .. .. W. A Hua Wii.).... 11.23
for ft S 31 t E 14 K L. M Broytes ... Lot .... ............. .... R. L .Jo Chambers ....... 3 .. .. Dorothy ............ 1.41
N PB: ft rn 14.... Doris Player Vogt 1L7 BEG 50 Ft W of SE Cor of Lot 4, Blk 3 HGTS ADDN 1 PB 5.9;Lot 3 .......... .......... N. Jewel ... ........ 17'27

t AnnIe, H. Re-Survey 4, Rnge 4. Run W 75 Ft N 15 Ft E HAIL .... ... ... .....F1..... R. Virginia ... Lot ..... ............. A. a Amy Jj ( ; ) ...:::. 3397L.
I I ........ W. E. .. .. L. Suth.rlln 1231lRl ..... .... .
Thl. 75 Ft S Ft to POE Wright Wife 5 42 Lot 54 .. IIi
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'b Elk 23 .. ...... .: .Cfn.Mir Bro ........... 197 15 ...............J. L Ruby $ ...... U3 .... Lucretla Lewis ) .... 29.M
$ INGRAM'S ADDITION ls anr Lot 57 ......... .............. ...
Com on W side Arredondo PB A4E Mary R. .. ......... 10.51FOREST
Lot 67 .......... .. Dl .
Com 50 W of NE cor of Blk 3 W .. .
ofSIlneBikt3FUflN44ttWltSftS t run SOW FT OF NW OF OF Eunice B. ..... ... 15.55Ora
E US ft to Boo .. Willie Vera DioAd" .... 6U 50 tt S 10 tt E 50 t N 100 t. ... 0 0 & Martha L Annls ...3.9 LOT 47 ...................SY. ... H. L.Norma Brower ........ 4.70FLORAL I PINES PB E n Clr., ..
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: Lots 1+ of 4 1 .. .. Lee
PARK PB D-7 ...
Arredondo .
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W sid. 2f.N L Perls "
Corn St Lot 42 .. ... ........ Grlhl'
of Bflt N .Parrish Addn tes Street COM NE COR OF LOT FlORAL .. .. .. F. A ::::::::: :: 1112:
s'itt E 2 r...........-. '. Thomas E Hayes ........ 5141 reode in Book pg 603 a Book PARK RUN S FT 7 1. Lot ........... ...... Hattie Strong ..............:.. '.17
C 2 ", Pe. 6 ....... .. ....... Minnie D. Wesley ... .... 22 140 FT E 145 14 TO POB ........ 0. B. a Katie Porter ..... 5. Let 7 ..................... Rudolph Pore(only) .........., .
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:'AWV&W5 Smith a Hunter ....... 39.24 Lot of Lot 6 Blk 1 Parrish S-D Ella M. Drummond .. ...... PARADISE PB A-4 10 ... Raiford ..,.. f.

a ft S of SE" ;.i N 5 t of W 111 t o Blk 7 .. L B Hull .Henry Raattama .... 77.32. S 100 FT OF Z FT OF E 100 Let RoSMARyrARIepB"S ..... Rosa L Caldwell .Herl". ..........1144
Ste 134 HALL PLAT FT OF LOT 54 .. ............. J. E. Bradstreet .... 99.63100FTOFN32SFTOFE100FT .
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Arredonda a
III .. 3173SrfSWcerof OAI Lot 19 Bk A......... ........ ..
Freddie M.
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WI36flN3ftIftEi24, wuve. .. ft of Lot of 19 F. LargeJ. .. ...... ... 1934
Corn 277 ft NW $ih Ave less N 11 ft .1. .a...Wit. ..........Lo..... Shelley B Myers & wife ..... ,OF LOT 54 ........................ L K.Evelyn Belisle .... .. 41.20. Lot 10 Bk D LeI R.W OR 29... A Theora Trapp ( )..
&NW3rdSt.W1ftS4'10 SECTION 5-10-20 3.1 FT OF N 425 FT OF E 100 Lot 1 Bk D ........................ C. C. A Altamese Js 2

ft 5VS to POB S.of..'Nw.w. Blk" Mafia Butler Wood ...... 211wo Beg NE cot McKlnstry Let run N 112.S W100FTOFE26OFTOFS1$0FT) 10 OF LOT 54 ....... ........ R. G. .June B.lsam....... 41.20 1 Lot NE Bk S-D D Less PB A R.142 W OR 235-92 ... F. D. a Alfreda Yo Flcr...::.:2X21

a JMAi N UIIW 101 t ttW E 216 168.1ftS42.lttW4I.llftS7OIt .2 tt to P.B Dawklns Lot Morelte Buchannan ET AL OF N FT OF LOT .... M R. .Helen MIsner ...... 41.20 l 3 Blk 1 ....................... Frank Bessie .. .
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t J B Garrison ... ..... I 51. 52 7 Blk 1 .. River ? 2.6
2 .. .. ... .. ..... 2 P. X MILLER ADDN W 100 FT 260 FT OF 10 FT .... .... V. A )
Lot 7 5041 SD Bik 26 ..l"..... ., Osward Howard ..........: of Lot .. ........... LIHie Mae Hamito .......... 77.32 OF LOT A W 100 FT OF E 260 Lot 9 Blk 1 .................... E. D.Pluln Bole. Vlel.....
51k 25 .. Ulys.e G. Floyd ....... .. 673C NY ......3......... ............. Charles .. ........... 43.23, FT OF N 5 FT OF LOT 59 ....... J. D. LIllie Glicco ..... 9580 Lot 5 a 4 Les S 10 FT Bk 3 ..... Sarah Bradley Heirs Boer .. 1.3

"SJI'T'tt$81k ; "i.....i"tw Wl. C .Mir T. Johnson .... u. SW 4 Lot 4? &ADDITIONLot E 1 ft of SY o Lo 50 MaryEflaWIlllam ..... 17.06COLCLOUGIIS S OF 100 LOT FT 59-OR t 83-128 290 FT describes OF E 100 this FT by Let RJ PARK Bk PB. c... ........ Annie Bollard Heir .a...S.. 17.6.


fK US&sw sv.r.. ?.*. MBROWN'S .............. 10. Lot 23 1 ':::.::::::::::..:::::::..:::::::::: H Wyecliff C Alexander.........ET....AL...:..::: 2030 3136PORTERI ;rate: a bn.....as.A.par..17...the:. calls.. J. H. .Eleanor Craven Jr .. 4401'' Let NEW 12 GAINESVILLE Bk D ... p..',.. .. Mary Walker ............. 148
PB N 320 FT OF W 130 FT OF LOT
ADDITION ADD-N IN SEC 5A MAGNOLIA
In N B Geneva Stafford ............ mw Com at SE cor Lot 8 run S 89 .,12 16 Bk HEIGHT.. ....11..... J. P. a Bet Austin ......... 4634 LESS R-W .. .1. A. .Dtey Morgan ..,...... 211
COm36OItEItP452It Lot 2 :1255.i.s. t; ; ; Min W 105 to POB thence run 4 L: ; 1 Bk BLot .... ................... G. & Acre Sit (Grady) .... 5.21 S 40 FT OF N B3 FT 70F..w 3 FT ..

Blk 2 S t W t W 89.5 tt N 10 Bk CLot ........... .... K P. Wright ...... 4.2'; OF LOT 1 .......... ... Miguel .Otetla Ruiz ..... ._. 341
( 1 4 6 de 3 ... .. ... .
.. ell Blakley ........ 245 C tt N 1 deg 18 Bk C ....... ... ..... F. .Louis Cass S 2 FT LOT 12 LESS S 4 F .
W f i.i. :.5ihtts of 68 85 tt 6.deg 45 0 tt S Lot 5 Bk D ... ............... e F. .Eli Padgett ........ 138RICHLND :TW& SO FT Barbara M Jackson .... 9.54
W 12Y t 552Y 1 deg 21" 10 sec E rOEt'O Medray Inc ..... ... ... C.91 1 S 40 vT' 1LSTE OF LOT 12 .... .

NW cr E o 5Y N r t......... Pernte Martin ... Lot 29 & ..... .. Isaiah & Dora M. Norman 2.2. HEIGHT.....P........... P. L A R.m. D.vlds ..... U.2 DB 3Q ........ ......... W. W. Mobley ...... 3-84
t IY t 5Y ,of Blk 3 Oscar Giibr..... 3704 Lot 37 less N 40 f W.5i.Sft:::::: Noah Graham .............::::. 637 OAK HILL PB A-147 14* T. F. THOMS S-D PB B-98 .. ..

W 5,t o of Lot t Blk 10.... .... Arthur Fleming :::::::::::: 3107 Lot 40 less W S i........ .. ... Leola Blakley .............. 1274 Lot 10 .......................... Suret Mortgage Inv Company .. 41.34 Lot 5 Bk. .. ............... G. T. Williams .. ............ 4.21
EY of EY of Lot 3 Bi .. John a Jessie Butler 44.27 114 .... .......... C S Rose & Wife .... ..... 15211 Lot ......................... L King Life Est. ........ '.2 Lots 4 k. D .L. E. A Mary Hayes ... 5405
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-' ot l ."2ii. Oscar Gilbert ......... ..... 4194 Lo USUNIVERSITY....................... .. Car W a Mary L Rose...... 166 Lot 5 3................... ...... W. .Joann Rowel ........ 2.511 LOI6BkD ...:::.::::::.::::::::::: Leggett ...
3 .. .. HEIGHTSLot Lots 51 52 Bk F .. R. Anna Williams Alberta Brooks Mr .........
of Ot4BIk . .... 141
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"II. ... Rosella Canady ...
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DAVIS RPT LOT DB
W5Y 239-44
of Lot 7 1 Blk 11 .......... .. ..... \ SECTION 20-9-20 1 1
Lot 4 Fennel *-D I B.k. 3 ........ Lois W Byer Ex o Estate ....20.51 Lot Lots 7 2 Blk& 3 11 Blk 1 ................... :ml H. :o-f. ,g:.:COM RUN 160 N FT 28 N DEG OF SW MIN COR W OF 105494 SE V Lot NEW 19 GAINESVILLE...... .....AS .. ........ Roxle Upton ................ .4

BROWNS ADDITION S-D In Ilk J A A Byers ............... 4 a 6 Lot f Blk: 11 ::::::::::::::::::::::::::: e a EII H. Woodbury .... 1.6 FT TO BEG. N 2 DEG 31 MINE F' FT OF LOT P LESS- W 151

Lot 7 Felrl B* 5 .. ..... Oscar .. .... ..... 21'Lot MISC LANDS IN SECTION 5-10-39 200 FT E 404.51 FT N 44 DEG 53 MIN A LESS RW ................. J. W. .Lillian Welch ...
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Lot 14 I. EJJ Blk' 5 ...... ...... Mary M y'Jones ...'.'.... jj37 Com 480 ft S of SW cor of Univrit W 12426 FT W 54437 FT S 61 DEG31MINW200FTS2DEG2MIN N 6 FT OF S 13 FT OF W 16 FT 106
2 I EY of ... Lucille D Jones a Thl D Hall 89 43 Ave I Wilson Sts run W 9 E LOT 21 l R.W DB 362 ... J. C O.tH....... ........
Lot & Blk f&fiSrfn. .. .Floyd Davis ...... .......... 4<:33 ft E 98 ft N 100 ft ......f.....10.. Florne Morris Est ....... 14751 100 FT TO BEG..W. R. A Ann Dudley Jr. ... 10.6\ FT OF S 240 FT OF E 120 FT '2
:: Lot L t\ UNIVERSITY GARDENSLot SECTION 27-9-20 :lot 22 .......................... T. Jannle Rollins .......... S41
Corn NE "w Cornelia A Jones Smith ..... 5. 9EWoLO,30AWrttofLo,31 4 Blk 3 .. .................... Mary A Roth ......... ... 24.29LIVINGSTON N 1104 FT OF S 1137 FT OF E 100 FT S FT OF N 390 FT OF W 120 FT
: ADDITIONLot OF W 1322 FT DB 313-234 ....... T. J. A Helen Davis ....... 131 LOT 22 ....................... L.Essie Robinson (Leroy) .. 11

Jessie Perry ...... ........ 19 & Beg NW cor Lot II run NE.ly HUGH EDWARDS IND CENTERLot S5OFTOF NI6OFTOFEI6SFT
Bi 7 ........Blk.7 ............. Annie Tomlin: ..... 4.21Lot 71 tt S-ly 177 tt NW.ly 158.3 t.Beg 128 .............. ....... B. L. A Ruth Bryan ........ 19645 OF LOT 23 .............. .. ...... T. E. .Llllie Webb .... j 44
E t of Lot 31 01k 10 .......... .. Ge a Webster .... ..... 10.6 NW cor Lot 20 run S ly 157.7 t NE-ly Lot 130 ... ................ ..... Ella F. Wood ..... .... .... 13337 S 105 FT OF N 21* FT OF W 145 FT .
In SY of of NW cor of Ilk r A ll .. 1.17 71.5 tt NW.ly 144 tt ............. Dorothy King .......,,...... 7351 Lot 131 ....................... C .Betty McKinney (Chester) 10.8 OF LOT 23 ....................... Barbara A Br .......... ..
Con% 1 ftW42ftN 157"tt ... Theodore ... ... MISC LANDS IN SECTION 11020Com Lot 132 ...................... C Betty McKinney (Chester) WARDS RPT LOTS 29 30 34 DB 278-247 ,
E 42flsl37 ofLot S UflIVCflitY Terrace Huddlesto .. SW cor Rocky Point RD & ACL W 250 FT OF LOT 142 ............ G. W. Ahrens Jr. ........... 6.5 Lot 3 Blk I 4 ........................... e R. Evelyn Waters .
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LO 3 A E .... .. .... .. Alex A Felicia M. Druash .. 41749 RR run N 72 deg 34 mm W 30741 I SECTION 28-9-21 WARDS RPT LOT 35, NEW G'VILLELot 2.0
in EY Bik 13 .. BtkJ ..... W. Rose ...... SW-ly 100 t SE.ly 307.41 ft NE.ly 10 S 200 OF PARCEL 7 OF GAINES 2 BUt J ............................ Donald Zausch ....... ....
Lots 3 .1 Dukes cr of Ilk 15 K .. .. 12.1 ft to POB ....................... Paul W. .Duke .. ......... 170.SI F INDUSTRIAL PARK ... Bev Investment Co.......... 26 WARD RPT LOT 35 DB 325-489 1.0

Co 32ttN N a2 o 133It53Thft ... Joseph Belton .......... U.54GOODE'SSUB 'Com 110 t S of SW cor ACL R.R AState SPRINGSTEAD PB D-. Lot 1 Bk 3 ........................ J. H. .Yvonne Ward .... lId
'vrsl 329 run N 72 deg 5 mm W Lot 2 S of Creek Rd Extension A Lot 3 DAVIS REPLAT LOTS 37 34 DB Jlf-*

t : : DtO }rJI : r.ii Ruby H. KlllingerStrip' ........... 41.I fttoACLRWSlldegS4mlnE0.l4ftSIdeg36rnInW100ftS72 438.4 ft- N 29.35 ft N 54 187J7 CREEKSIDE Less R.W DB PB 351 D-54 PG 363 ......... H. A.Lena Sparkman ...... 6.3 Lot 1 D A 2, Blk 1 ..PB....D-1S............ Ernest G. Tetstone ....... 4191

O Lot A t N WW of Lot 9 A Lot 10 ............ S. F. Fog!. .. ... ....... 5'.9 t 3 Bk EAES.A. .................... Modern Ho Const. e...
N 4 n 01 ...4...a...1... ...... P G I J.nt Geiger I IsL de 54 mln E 307.41 t S I deg 3 mm SECTION 29.9.20 FT OF W 4 FT OF LOT 5 BK 33
H. ....:::::::::: : ft to P.B ................... Paul W. Duke ... ... .. S13OFTOFN59OFTOFE185FT G. a Fannie Judklns ........
tui'i ;is.i i .61.2 Rub Kline : 1 lot as per DB 331 page 248 ........ Grover M Davis Jr. ...... 15.6 16.0 W FT OF SEV4 OF NW1 .... Edith M Voyles (only) .. 3.77 Lot 3 Bk B ::::':::::::::::::::::::::: Wiie" Eles Whiffy ..... ... 'IS

Lot I Com NE cor run S 1172 ft Run S 43 dogl0MlnW1lSS.SftS2l.SftSl2deg 12 PB B-80 E 4 FT OF LOT 3 C '".. ........ Wasinto .........! 2.80
I 05.7 t o 9 t tf 22. 1 Easement . Lots 7 HEIGHT...................... Roger W. a Clara Monismith .. 10.9 E 4 FT OF LOT BI Bk D .... J.: H. .....,... 2.
Plat o Loi 2a .......... Swain .... ............ 3G.6 3 mln W 48X75 tt run 445.24 t NE-Iy SEMINOLE HEIGHTS PB A-148 W 4 FT OF LOT I Bk D ... J H. A Yvonne Ward ... ... '
as 15 Ru alo W R-W Rocky Point run N Lot 2 ...................... .. W. F. Anna Ryals ....... 4093 E FT OF LOT 7 Bk .. ... wim. wim.m. a et al :: ; .:
COLLEGE PARK .... ... 37 min E along R.W 150 tt N Lot 3SUNCREST.......................... J. e a Mary Allen .......... 47.51 W 40 g."..'. : :::::: 2
........ ... RY H. Brannon .... I FTO OFOLOTI W&C1thern3HajICOdAjj
Lot 6 Ilk 1 ..... 160.0SENCER 72 deg 54 Mln W 390 44 ft to POB run PB B-100 W 40 Bk E ::::: ,
Lot 3 A E; 4 ft of Lot 4 Blk 12 .... Flossie V. Hartman ........ 4.16 N l2degS4minWlftSl6deg3tmm W 44 FT OF LOT 3 .LOTS 4 5 6 Bk B J. A. Adolyen Hendrlcks .... 37.6 51PP ..............-. .... 210

PLATE W 50.25 t S deg 50 mln E 84.97tt Lot 8 Bk B ..................... J. J. .Marie Heitzman ..... I AVONDALE ESTATES PB
........... 3.9 12
: 'of otl: ";;s; i Jon" James Dakos 33.93 run 81'de 17 min E 5.1 tt S 7 Lots 12 1 Bk CLot ............ Ola Humphreys .Mrs. L J. W 40 FT OF LOT 1 Bk F ........... James Roberts ...... .....
oJ" S 220 ft deg 54 4.33 ft run deg Studstill ...... ...... 1704 WARD RPT LOT 42 DB 215 154 21
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: N 2 Less E 11.10 t for St. H. Jr.MURRAY .... min W 109.54 tt to POB ... ... Nellie Monson & Huldah Walden 49.52O Bk C ............... .... Daniel A Nellie Weaver ::::::::. 237: [Lots 14 15 OR 17.20.. .... ...... Church G Trstee ........ 424
.., ft to -COURT- f- W. .Page Pek. 171. (Com at SW cor of Nelson Lot In Sec. Lot 1 Bk E ............... C. T. A Laverne Dowling ..... 30.23 Lots 19 22 .............,...... A. o (Amos) .... 424
HILL run N36degW2lOftSS4degW2lOftS34deg 1 2 Bk M ......... ... ........ WARD RPT LOT 43 DB 215
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Lets 1 A 2 ....... R D .Martha Minerd .. 14412S7S.5 E 210 ft NE 210 t to POB OAK PARK PB A.17' Cla. Cln. 3.23K11 Lot SNEW .....................:I.S.6..... L.0,Lawson (LevI) .. .. 5227
I ... .. lis com SW cor Duncan Nelso Lot Lot of Lot 2 Bk B ..... J. Virginia Boles GAINESVILLE PB AS .
.. .. H W Mary P. ,,. ..... 4330W Easterly 300 tt to NorthlylOOftNlldegW4Omunl3SftSS4 M. ... -
Bk, F J McDoel I' PB A076Lot 100 FT OF 100 43
1 io tt : Lot 4 .
E A Al Gore Kramer .... ...9601 ......... W. H. A Jeanette Edwards, Jr. ... 2321 LESS N 40 F1 OF 'T30TL .. Abner Jones ............. ... 7.61
Bw"tt0rLTANm oLo,3 deg W 342 ft to BEG. ........,..... O Annls ................. 415.2, WARD RPT LOT 4 .

...,... .. NY of Acr Sold by Colclough to Sophie I cok2'H. OF PINE HAVEN Lots 4 5 .......... .. Janie K ..... ..
.......... .. Mrs A D .... ...... Missouri . ... .. L In ...... 120
A Warren Lot S 211
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ADDITION McVo' Paul W. Duke ............. 394 FT E 100 Lot 13 .................... W. L. Jub Mal ,... ...
H. M. STORY ... .. .. Dasher ............. 1W SY of Acre Sold by Colclough to Sophie FT NWLY ALONG CREEK TO PT Lot 18 .... .. ...... .. David Barker" ....J.f
... R" Daisy .. .. .
Lot J.9 Hito N of Warren Missouri Lot .... Paul W. Duke .................. 148 FT S OF POB N TO POB G. E. Annie Clevl.nd ..... 19.S3 Lot 19 Sarah M. Robinson, 3.5
C N i.i S 150 ft of N 225 SW4 Warren Missouri Lot describ S.7 PINE HAVEN PB D-24 a Lot 20NEW ::::.:::::::.:::::::::::::::::::: L A .!. Robinson'(Leroy) ... .

E t tf W 17 t UVlDIatt6dLafl' eilllspl ..... 4.14 I following c at Stake Lot 13 ....... ... .... ..... J. W. A Jayne Bowman.... ... '7.1 GAINESVILLE PB AS :
;: W .Ik M.r ... 210 ft cor of Duncan Nel Lot 36 ....................... Bruce A. a Ida w. Edwards .. 1.3 OF E 13 FT OF LOT- 44 LESS

Lot LE Donald C Beverly Cook .. ".26 Io 2 acre Tract run S 3 deg E 210 HAZEN ESTATES PB D-17 R-WF................................. R. .Marguerite Cassels (Riy) .
54 W 210 N W 210 E
; IN t deg t 3 de t Lot 5 Bk BLes 56FT of JACK THOMAS S-D PB C 99 .1

ILEX PARK. UNRECORDED LT 43 deg E 210 In Sec. ... Paul W. Duke ...... ...... 13.25 I 47 FT ........... .... ...... K. C. A Hazel MerwinC. ..... 13397 Lot 15 ..... ... .. ....:....... H. M. Lucyle Martin ...... 3384
SEC n > M Com at NW cor of Warren Missouri Lot .. ...... ...
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.. ..... .. J L Gw- Jr"M Lot 6 Bk C.. .. .... B. a Hyacinth Donaldson .. 61.01GAINESVILLE HARPER S D PB
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Lot" ........... .:..::..:..:.:. 98.38SsR&iyfx&f as per page dogE9OftS34deg HGTS P BA 140 Lot Bk A R. W. A Byron Fountain ...
Lot 12 ....... ..... J. L George, Jr. E 105 ft S 54 deg W Lot 17 Bk B. ................ T. J. A Mary Downs ........... 7.77RIDGEVIEW Lot : Bk B ..::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Roy E. .Doris E. Martin ....:. 33.69 424
In of Paul W Duke ...... .... .. .
t NY Se. .. '.0 1 PB C 21 26 HARDEE HEIGHTS PB E.32
I R OpGB'I 6.rGrir Lot 13 Bk 1 .............. ..... H. D. a Silva Stafford ...... 2235 HARDEE HEIGHTS REPLAT PB E.52
.. .. ..... ....... J & Essie Mae Strappy .. 2818 Bk 2 ... .. D. B. ShealyE. ... 1146 ... Orvetta Newman
for Lot .. Lots 9 10 1 Mar .. Lot 7NEW ............ .. .... .... ...
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ft to ...... LL 2 ..................... ..... Henry & Sarah Williams ...... 54.75ot Lots 6 7 5 ............. B. Mae Sapp .... 3607 GAINESVILLE PB ANd .. IS.
it .. W F Fleta C Fordham .... 73.83 5GOSS ... .... .... Frank 1 .. .. .Calie -
S-D .. M O'Byrne .......12.51Rnge Lot 14 5 ....... ... J. A. Bet Howard ..... 47.41 FT OF S 388 FT OF EI1OFT

FLORIDA TERRACE .. ...... DO.IT. Lots 12 Bk 7 ........... .. Gladys .. ............. 2807 LOT 41 .. .................. .... Ethel, M Cox ........... .
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. .. Chalfant ... .... 42.22XEDBETTCK I 1 .
Virginia N 50 100 Of iBik 1 ....
_tot_S L Lo Lot Bk 8 ............ ... O. .1. A Gene* Leis ....... 17.4 LOt62LESSE40FTOFW7OFTOF 4.3
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.. .. M" Minnie Simmons ...... 5.67 LOT DIR ."wnu ............ E. E. at WHO' nruei, rfi. ..... > S OFTOFN200FT&LESSE .
Let 3 of Let: 1 In S'A. Gao W a Kathryn Thomas ..... 51.42 NVi of Lot 2 Blk 1 Range 1 ...... A A Byers .......... .......1047 Lot 19 Bk 10 ... .: Walter E. Kiser .. .. 2919: 170 FT OF N FT LESS S 200
SPRING PARK S D Jf:20 S 50 ft of Lot 4 Blk 1 Range 1 ..... Mattie Strowder ... .. S72 Bk 10 J. D. A Ruth Poteet ... 1601 12 a
.. Lot 20 FT OF E ... .......... H. E. Pearl
Alex Si Felicia Druash 1215 E 80 ft Of N 10 tt of Lot 1Bk' 5 .. .. 1D P.es..?.,...
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Lot M Lot 4 7 Bk ..... O. O. & Louise Annis .... '.42 WW Of lot $ 3.5
$ .rs.ti. i .234 Lot t 3, BI Rge 1 ........ ................... Eugene & Camilla Bailey .... 3569 Lots 17 18 1 11 .............. Henry A Nora Molloy 51.21 N 125 FT 6 LESS65SF3T SFTOF"RLDES. J. Ella
\ Lots of N 142 ESOftofLot3BlkS Range ..... Earl Howard ..... ........... 2.69 LEIGH EST PB E-49 S 125 FT OF N 175 FT OF M. Wood ...... *278
Lot I run E 10 n t o Blk 5 Range 1, less W V4 ........ Ruby, Lang ........ ....... ORMN .. .. W 6 FT OF
SB cor ............... 4.75 ........... O. O. A Louise Annls .. 593 LOT 63 A S 90 FT OF N FT
P B Earl S Weldon wife .... ..... OF
W 10 tt S 14J t of Lot 4 Blk 5 Range 1 .. Earl Howard ... ............
p at NE t Ntt of Blk I J I i 1.6 WY&E4SftofWlOOftofIoftof .' .75 Lot 2 .. O. O. Louise Annis ...... 593 E 35 FT OF LOT 44 .m........... J. M.Ella Wood .........

I Com Batle '5 Est-run WftE9916ftHt5hf10B W14 t S EY 2 Blk S Rge 2 ....... ...... Silas Williams ...... 11.50 Lot 3 4.................... ....... O. O. Louise Annis ... 593 N 100 FT OF S 4 FT OF E 125 FT W .. 4.2
Wm R Ollle V. Carter ..... ....57 ... ... Lot .. O. O. Louise Annis ......... 593 OF LOT 63 A Devi J ( 175
Com 200 ft E of SW; cor 0.Mi. Begin50ttSofNWcorofLot3Blk5RgeZrunSoOflESOttNoOfl -_ ., Lot 5 ................. .. .... O. O. Louise Annis ...... 5.9 S 100 FTopEi6SFyoFIaI 63 ::::: Raymond Grlfi.8u...,..WIIKe. 518

lers Survey run N 1M t E W 50 t .. .. ., .. .... Ruby Lang ............... Lot Lot 4 7 .................:. O: O: Louise Annis .:::::::: E LOT 10 FT OF LESS W 165 FT OF N 190 FT.OF R. H. .
3.8 O O A Louise Annu 593 N 50 FT FOR RD Minnie .....
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POB J Jr. wife 40 07 .
ft to Thomas Tanksley 6 .
; 100 Com at ft W ef NE of .. P.ler
point ...
ft w ....... .......... .
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co 2.7
'n of W 160 ft of NVi of Let 11. Lot 3 Blk 5 4 2 W 55 S Lot I D. W. A Daphine C. Norris .... $4.23Let Lot as per DB 364-410 ...... J W .Annl* Huguley Jr .... .
S Parts reserved for st e WAS,. Ruby T. Barnes ...... E 55 ft N 55 ft .. f. ....5.. f Horace . ... 9 ..... O. O. & Louise Annis .. 593 WARD RPT LOT 71 DB 321.38
'I less t n.f Garner .. .... .... .. ...
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Lot 10 Lot L.
t03notNS30ttotWft0f.L I 3.6 C. A Betty McKinney (Chester) 2 Bk 2 .. '". .. .. ....... F. Gann (Only) .
Lot 5 Replat of Lot 4 Blk 5 2 Simon 12.8 .. 941
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Range J ..
S Mary Johnson .. .. ... .. .
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of Lot ... P M Heckard .... .. 50.38 GOSS ADDITION 4.8 Lot 1 .. O. O. Louise Annis .. .... NEW GAINESVILLE PB A-44
of EV .. .. ...
1 ...
Com 2S7Vi N 1 SE cor of Lot 1 NEK and SW of NWtt of Lot 3 Blk I 2 Lot ............ .... o. O. .Louise Annls ..,. .... 593 BEG AT INTERSECTION OF W LINE
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run N t W 315 I S .2Y t Rnge 3 . B Dorothy M Jackson Lot 14 .. .. O. O. Louise Annis ......... 593 OF LOT 89 A S LINE OF HIWAY
.2Y....t..... ."" :" J L Geg. Est .......... 17.27 N of Lot 2 Replat of Jonnie 51 Lot 15 ... O. O. Annis .. .... 593 NO 14 RUN SE.LY ALONG HIWAY
::: .. Lois.
;'6 tt7 a s In SWW Lot 12 .... Thomas Stalnaker ...... 1. 10 1 t Blk 3 Stepenso ...... Raymond & Llatha May Lot 16 .. O. O. Annis .... 593 94 FT TO POB SE.LY ALONG HI.

B ft S Of NW V1 14 RR nm R.wNE.1Y SW Stephenson ..................... 6J3 Lot Lot 17, ... ... ............. O. O. .Louise Annls ... ... 71.04 58 WAY FT 58 FT SWLY 182 FT TO PT .
3 SE-LY
I 150 f S 50 f N SO tt of W 73-18 tt of SE% & E \ .. O. O. .Louisa Annie .......... 10421 FROM W LINE OF LOT
along R.W Pt. opposite 24 tt Of NW Of SWVi Of Lot 3 Blk 2 Lot J* O. O. Louise Annls 393 1 W-LY 58 FT TO W LINE Of LOT
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POB .14 run Dorothy Browning ...... 215X2J. Range 4 . . R r. Lucille Mobley ..... 1.32 Lot Lot ?21 ................. ..* O. O. Louise Annls .......... 593 1 NELY 200 FT TO BEG .......... Grady Porter ............ 2.C
Beg 444 ol NW cor *t Let NW of Lot l Blk 4 Range S Willie Ruth Green ... .. O. O. A Louise ANtIs 593 HART S-D LOT t PB D.
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5 SO ts" R-W of RR NE o RR VEITCH ADDITION a O47 Lot 2 .. O. O. .Louise Annls 5.93 ....... W. E. Hart .......... ,.. 3744

5 t More O Less W to Poi of Lots IS & 21GREGORY .............. ... Spearman BrewIng Co....... 1111 .Lot ij .. .. O. O. Louise Annls ........ 5.93ORMAN I4EWGAINEIVILL EPIA-44
S 70 FT OF W 140 FT N
OF
J. George Est .... ... 179J ANNEXLot O. O. Louise Annl FT
sift' oruf'u'hrW"T"i"j L 49 A 54 _.. .. J C Courtney A wife .. ....... .LEIGH EST PB E-49 a 5.9 OF LOT S ..... :. .. W. O. a Verglt Crews .,..... 3499Josephine
RR ........... lnNviBlk L Est ...... BIK 3 of Re-Survey .. .. E F May 5. Cannon ... .1 Lot 2 M.r Elizabeth Phln. N 110 FT $ 330 FT OF E 16
Lot 1 C F' Goodman's Addition Ger. 4121Lo Lots 1-2-3 Blandin 4 Blandlng Resurvey 6.3 I Lot .. A Louise Anis L .........13.2. FT OF LOT 94 Ray .............. 38JO
17 *.. .* Nina Hall .. .. ... ... .. ... John W. ... Lot 27 .. O. O. Louise .. ... 593 S 100 FT OF .F.w.3i .F.i .
Lot hi of J L .. .. 17.5 Harrel ... ... 1.6 Lot ........ ..... ..... .. .. OF LOT 96 i.FT.
of .. 120 FT
f In SV4 Lots 12 3-4-5 6 Standings Resurvey 2 ..... O. O. Louise Annls ... ... 593 OF N
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Sec. '' Clarence & Eula Thomas .. John W .. Lot 3 ..... O. O. Louise Annis .... 593 FT L.Rosa Malphurs (Leroy) .. 140
Lot S Walkers Replat f N' ef Let 6.6 Lots 10-11 Blk 5 Standings i Re- Harel ... 27. Lot ................. O. O. .. Louise Ann.. 5.3 NSI FT OF S 264 FT OF E 125 FT "
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Is ::: C W t Julia M. Hasklns ....3.6 survey 1 ... ............. John W. Harrel ....... ... 14.31 lot 32 less W 20 FT .. O. O. Lois Anis .. .. 13724 7a1lJFOtO LOT 97 '..'.. Doris a Annie Ellis ...... 1194
Lot 1ofRela of SVS of Lot II Lamar Whiting ......... ... NORWOOD W 20 FT OF LOT 3. ... Annis ......... 7.12 E 107 S i iii LESS .
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ft S 108 W of NE cor Lot A 1.31 Lot 1 Blk 1 HEIGHT.. .. .... .... Lot 3 .... ... .... O. O. Louise Annls ...... 593 A TRIANGLE AS PER DB
77 ... .
I A E Lancaster .. .. 2.48 .. .. ... ... E.
Co 50.15 . .
10 E .. Lot 313 3A Eva Pegram
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W S t Lot 2 Blk 1 ..... O. O. Louise Minis .. 593 .. 51.54
run 5.2 f t ..... .. E Lancaster ...... ... .. ..
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1 2.26 ....
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Inc 5t5 Lots 2 ....... [ O. O. Louise Annls ... 593
10 tt 10 Hugh Edwards 1 3-4-5 44 ... Lt 3 .. .
1 runW100ttS43ttE100ttN ... ..... E Lancaster ...... .. ....................... REPLAT BKS 1 2 PB -
I17ft5OfNECOl0fL0tI' 21. O. O. Annie ..
SW Lots Louise
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C 9 Blk 4 ... E .... ... .... -
.. Lancaster .. Lot 37 ... 5.9 Lot 1 Bk 2 ... ... H. Anderson ( ...
Lots 10 & Blk 6 ... .. ... O. O. Louise Annis .. .. ... Huces ... 399
43 ft ......... .**"*. Sarah Ector ............. .23.4'HILLS Blk 7 less 1 7 also Less .Lot.4 ... E E Lancaster Lancaster .................... 3: Lot 3 ....... .............. O. O. a Louise Annis .......... 5.9 1.9 Lot 25 Bk 2 ........ Lti M Fair ............ 21
ADDITIONw ::V Lot 6 SiN 7 .... ... .... ..... .. 1.2 Lot 3 O. O. Louise Annis NEW GAINESVILLE PB ..ii..B.
Walter Williams ...... ... a .
I 10 ft Of Lt 27 ....... J B .Alene ......... 11.0 Lots 9-10 & 11 Blk I .......... A E .. .. 1 Lot 4 .. O. O. a Ls Minis W 5W FT OF LOT 1 2 Bk B. .Bertha Wggleo..., 3931
.. Ida Lancaster ... 5.9 t T.
lying N of BM ... Lot I Lots 3 4 5 Bk V. Ursula
Lot less 1 t A .' IRlv.r.......... CAROL ESTATESLots 7. O O. ........ 12 .. a 3449
All ..
E tt of Lot lying I 1 Lot 42 ........ ............ H. Butler ...... Lots 10 11 12 W .
of 23 Blk ... II W
CLot .. Ft OF
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5 t .... Ben F. A Gladys Griffin ...... 110.26 ............ ......... 7. 1 W.. A Lona
l ... A .......... IUS 4 Blk D .... ........ sisepar Lot C... .. O. O. a Louisa Annls ....... I LOT 14 Bk 12 Duster ..........
I M a "
Str"11 Faber .... J. C A
Mary 31.83
dc UNIT I 2 Blk J -1st Addn ......... .. R Lot ::::::::: :::::: O. Louise Annis .. 593 NY OF LOT 7 Bi 14 ..... Edna Williams ....... .
L J ::::::
HCUt Carmen :: ::::: :
.... .............. Courts I l ...........2743 2 Blk K-1st Addn ... ......... W G. Vilece .. 107.67 Let 4"\> 0_ fc Louisa: Anni: ..... .... 3.93: OF LOT Bk ......... ."..Edna WUUa...... 1544
... ........ Hllln a lis A Gaston. Jr. ... 54.97 Lot ....... Lot Bk 21 C. Jewel .....
26 .. Hil n C ors ....... 24.29WOTT Lot Blk N1s Addn ......... W A Jr. ...... ... O. O. a Louise Annls ........ 5.9 1 .Barbara Gii 1473
& L'ENGLE ADDITION Lot 1 Carol East ......... Coy" Helen Hot.ner.. .... 67.0. Lt A O. O. Louise Annlf 5.9:L: ; Bk 24 .... J.fr.nl Feasfer ... 7.23
NEW of Blk 5 Range S ... Billy J I Mary C ..... W.S3 Lot 2 Estates East Tha. O. O. Louise Minis : 2 Bk 34 PART OF ALLEY .
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Lot 2 Blk 2 Range 1 ..,. Chas & Mildred S,BOnS........ 47.73 Lot 3 Clro Estates East....... .... Coy a Helen ....... 24.79 Lot 50 .............. ....... O. O. .Louise Annls 5.3; ADJACENT A PER OR 203-442 .... W. L. .Lillian Water
J W 45 of Lot 2 Blk 2 Range ....... Virginia M. Windsor I ... 212; SUNNYBROOK EST ... Coy a Helen Thomas ........ :.3 Lot 51 ....... ......... .... O. O. Louise Annls 59 : 35 H. L a Dofofn" Moore ........ 3145

E 45 t Lot 4 Blk 2 .. James A I. Mary C ric.: 21:05O Lot 10 ....... ... ................ E. E. Clara .. Lot 52 ............. .... .... ..* O. O. .. Louise Annie .. 593 t"B 34 :::: :::: Rose Homan .................. 1274
E $ottO ef Lets 1 *> 2 :lots Yi.4 ... Lot II ..... .. .. Cln. .. 4.17 Lot 53 ............. O. O. Annu ......... 5.3: BK S OF HIWAY A 1.1
17 ...... .... .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. Woro" n ..... Lot 54 ...... ... ... ..... ... Lle AS P E3 J. W. Marred
: Range O Annie .. 3.0 Lot 1 ............. .... .. Virgin .. O. O. Annis ...... 104.43: DB 357344 ..... (only) ............
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FAIRFIELD SD Lot .............. .. ... Britain 5.8 Lot 5 ............ O. O. Louise Annu ....... 110." i 6 LAKE WAY GROVES PB C'14 67.S
Lot 41 ...?.. Mittie Boieman . .. .. 29.26 ;Lot 26 .. ........................ ... W. R.D.A A Jen.iine: 5151. Lot ..... ..... .............. O. W. .Sro Pridf .... 110.2i NW OtLQI1BISA .._.... lrc A Edwards ........ "
Eveese .
J. White .. .. .. .... .
HEIGHTS. Kin .... ... .. ..
HIGHLAND Let ....... ... 'Lot O. O. Louise ... ... 59 MCDONALD PI .7
: 3 ............ 5 ACRE 02
Lots 7. S 1 t Blk '. .& Felicia M. Dru.s M.3J $ Lot ... .. ........ ...?.. Ruth .Nurma H.senpluo .. 5U Lot ........ ..... ..... .... O. O. Louise Annis ......... 59: LITTLE A: .28 _
Lots 13 ft 14 & S 2HI of Lot 1 "k- A .Marian L 6.5;Lot : .. ......... ....... .... p. A. A Roth Ma1un .. Lot 6 ..... ....... ........... O. O. Louise Ail .... 5.3: Lot 2 Bk Less 1E1. 2 FT ........ Angelm H. Elder 7289

TOM HARRIS Lot ......... .......?.. ...... .. Mr. A Mrs. B.Zlmm.ran Hazard .. .... 57.n Lot ........ ............. O. O. Louise .. 5.3 Lotsl23Bkl ........ Edward R. Cathcart .::: :::::: 3044
6.47THOS Lot 42 ... ..... O. ... CLINCH GRT PER :
S Of Lot h Artie Bell Graham SECTION 35919N 5.8 O Louise Annis .... 59 GOY PLAT
oi: ........7..............:::...: u rli'F& .... .. ...........Y. 3 5 FT OF S FT OF E Lot 6 ......... ...... ..... O. O. .. Louise Minis .. 59. BEG AT NE COR OF SECTION RUN

ADDN IN SECTION 41.2 OF W "'7.9 26.5_..... .. 6. Side Water Co.. Lot 6 ............. ....... Mary E. Kimmel (only) ....... 15.3 S ON E LINE 25233 FT N I DEG
IAN 40 of Lot 5 AHirt Wet In Let .. O. 5 W
Lot O. Louise Annie FT TO INT RUN
2 t .S .t t o East ....r., H W Fwhvood a wife ........S5.f 1 FKRNWOOD- MANOR C- S. Clark Butler ......... .1 Lot 6 ....... O. O. a a Louis Annis .......... 5.9 S Mlf FT 1t 85 DEG 5 MIN W 473

: Lot I* ...... ... ........... .. 5. P. Henrietta Lot ........................ O. O. a Louis Annis .......... 5.9 FTN4DEG33MINEFTS
.. .. .... ......... Je Lee .wife ...*........nu Lot 23 .......... .......... .. .. Elaine Wilims.. ... 39.83'4C3o Lot" .........:.... Billy a Mlril Jo... 510 5.9 85 DEG S MIN E 429 FT TO BEG .
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ADDITIONLo3lS34ftefLot !WESTMORLAND .DDi; 1 PB a Br PINE CREEK r E-44 AS PER DB .. T. J. .H.1 ,.... 14143R.

> Blkl Engal$133.3ftfLo'a1sBik3Rnoe1 S Webb Wilson ..-.... S2.07 Lot ... ................:... W. .. VSRlsT:...... ..... ........ fc S. .BernIce Hin_. NAPIER 167.16 1 D.vl .H.
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.. F & Julia Hart .........M..... 4004 s.j; .Dy C.r 1f PARK FARMS PB C. N 359 FT OF S 519 FT OF THAT
le 3 Blk 5 Rngo 1 .. ...... ...: RHWhIIS ................ 2Z24Etbert S WW LESS S 1155 Lot 11 LESS PART AS PER OR PART OF LOT 24 E OF H.W NE
o Lot 1 & E 40 ft of S 75 ft of Lot 2 OF W 443 FT & LESS N 400 FT F 104-324 .......................... J. A.Marian McNellls _,, 47.n OF BIVENS ARMS .a t.Lydia Ward ,.._. 44JIB.
37JftN&Sby1l7nE .W S 14452 FT OF W 400 FT OF E PART OF LOT 1 AS PER OR 1Cn G. a Etvl. Tymoshenko CLINCH CRT PER 6OV PLAT .

lyingSotsam.BiR1RIiOe2 .. R HdweU. J r. & wife ... 5114 4 FT t LESS N 269.35 FT OF W (Gre .............._. LOT AS PER DB 372235 LESS lED
Com 15 tt N of SE cor .BI 1 Rnge 2 4 FT OF E 450 FT & LESS N MEADOW WOOD PB [--47 2.6 R.W OR 194-389 ............, O. .Margaret ... 12141
run 75 ft W 14 ft E m tt D .Jan Paula Wilson .... V FT OF S 1593.14 FT OF l 1 .................... F. Buccafurno COLCLOUGH HILL 1 OR JJ-1J4 H.f
Com 33.33 n S of SW cot of Let 4 Blk Roll FT OF W 333 FT I LESS W 300 E FT 150 -.".. .' I ."*"..................... D. S. Florence ........ 39J9 2419 Lot 31 ............................ 8. G. A Margaret HaJ.r 204.27
.' ......... ... .. a Thomas
1 Rnge 2runE200ttS100ttW I I OF E 150 FT OF N 228 FT OF S Lot 20 ... W. T. Ellen r".. .67 Let d...... ..... .?. a "
10 tt N 44.47 t W 100 tt N 3 t 1015 FT A LESS N FT OF L Ei BAYNARD sD I.j = a ... SECION 912* k. .0

t Be. ...... ... Joe Avera T.yl ..........t7J7 FT OF E 140 11 W 393 Lot B ... ... .. .. H W. .Era Cobb ... .... 1 512 AS PER DB 82201 A
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Thomas
f 3 4 S-O 19
S : lt FT OF LESS WESTMOR. SECTION 31+M 13 ACRES OB n. LESS

:4 .. s.D Byron Reber, Jr. .. ......... 101 LAND PB SEe E..LESS 24435 ACRES COM 50 FT N .4 F W OF SE COR LT PER DB 3.24 19 17.12
S of Lots 27 & 21 Thomas AS PER 9-185 OF NEW W 241 FT E 2 OS DB

t Rno* J .?. Nol 0 Swllley .............. 3.1SERRY.H ....a. LES. .OR....181594 F. E. Barbara Rankln 531.59 FT S 261 2 : ......... Lewis I. Leader ............... ** -44 DB 11 DB 2'lf13. OB 33
SUNSET ACRES MADISON PARK PB F-J HILLSIDE R7lT7 0 A LESS LAND IN

.' Let JO i HTS...... .. R Anderson .wife .......... 6,Lot 2 .. .. .. ................ Ed A. A T. Badektan 14.95. Let 9 Bk 3 ........... W. R.Su* Winters .......... 14" WASHINGTON SON PB ALBERT F-47 A( .Dblh... Waito
Lot 4 ... .. .... ....... ....... Wallace Ali SECTION 31-2 ....... 148.11
: Let S ... .. J E Stepp .... ;Lot 79WESTVILLA.................. .. .. .Vet Wilkerso 209.07 'W 150 FT 13 FT OF S 1S FT ALBERT WASHINGTON EST
HIGHLAND PINES UNIT I .0 Lqt .51 PB F.12 G L.A Hendry 14 OF N 17 FT LESS R ON M. 1 ......... ........-......... ...... Alb WultO .......

tt E of SE cor of Bay .lsie lot 2 .................. D. A Dorothy V. N LEAVING 120 ,FT IN 4* 2 ...............t..',.... Artjert .... ........ 4
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'I B1.6 5 74 t t. W R .Gladys I Stephens...... 31."1 1 .. ....... ... ... Shlr. Margaret Cat. 1 FLORIDA 'H. .. W. H.Im08en Hrtm .....7139 .of 3 .-..... Alb Washington ........... 4.1.
GAINEVILLE iC ON s.'i, a 11S p.ii iGHi PB -j. 4 .......?...................... Albr ....... 433
Lot 4 ....................... Lois LILt ................. 4.42 4 F N FT OF NEVI PAR OF '741 .. G. A.Marilyn .... Mt S ................_................ sag .... .. ... 4.15
Lot 13 Bi 7 ...................... Warren Williams 4.42 61. PARK PI a Ru 2 I ot 7 ,................... .. .. ... Albert : ,. .... .
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Cot* Street ..... .... .
k& 7 14 ....... Lottie L .c. 13.1 1 Utttewood vES..t.i..1.O.FT .. 1190 I:Lots 1> 2 .D ..-...... .."......... W. .Emma Tortay Sr ...... 4145 .. I ....................-...- .. .. Atbr Wasasingt. .... A.21
r 10 11 Rosewood S-D In Blk U A E C i leEs ... .. 1U47 OF S W E2OFTsfLotslBkF ........ A D M a Ja Faga* ............ O ..ofat 9 ................_....... Hunter ............ ... .. 421

Lotsl.2&3B.gSEcoiLoIl RunS l 380 FT OF SEtt ... ................ J. Joyce Keane ..... GLENW000PBB-27 12 ............... ...... Albert WashInqfn .... ... ... 2.1
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1.5 W JU tt N 7J tt E 140 tt SKYLINE HEIGHTS PB- H. 12 I Lot 1 Bi 3 ....................... J. C .BiUa ............. 7.55 -of 13 ........-....-... .. .. .. Albert ........ .....

FOB Rosewood S-O In Blk. 1.....' M C Lewis ..... ..... 3t,02Menia Lot 3 .. .. .. .". ...-.......... D ...... I Lot 7 S? ?'. _............... Wl% ** C Wl ..... 14J7SCTBoVj392. .e 14 -................. ... 4 WII ......... ...... 7.1.
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$NEW 2.. ....... Ray, c i.I ......:. 12.15Menla I Let 5UBBY ..... .h.. ..."**..... A a Sn ?( 171 I ... ............. L E.Lois J......... 7. 14 OR 103.................... Ab Dl Wlsi .... 4J1
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Ray uflsfLo17&AllLotlI19 IU2I 3 ........... .
LoU 5 "fi t I. E' I ILt. ... ... ...... .. A G a Ect Pa..... 37142 OF NW\i OF NEVi LESS N FTLUI2AN42FtofLoU34BkB L&LESSE3I1FT
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B 24 ... ....".........."..".. Rowland Gloria Richards .... SECTION36.9.i9' ... .. Cornelius a Doris Rain ........ 11707John WILLIAM5ON ADD-SEOLA# 0-33 ... .9 1 .. I.Dora Norman ............?. *nfcerf

10 a 1 Blk 3............*.*. Cassels .. ... .. 31.6 I Parcel Mason Kennedy ...... FROru 5
Lt 5 a Blk .... Mea Hales "'" .. 4 In NV 24... U. .... ... $ I.3aspeOR 19S.271-10.SftXllIft :. 'M. .o. :........-'t c r S N 550 .FT E. Wait ................ 4.)'
14 BI* 31 .... 1.3 E Bergman ...... I a ;
Polie G : I P E.te TWASHINGTON HOT P. S 21 F
h60&ft.f L 1. Marl* Mason 4.1 C. E TO
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Lt 5-4-7 Blk 4 ... .,.............. C J Bush & wife ...... ...... 41. l 2 Bk A ...................... Young ........ ...... 2JOCereth WAy.....: ....... .NEW. HI .
11 ADDN Blk 41DOIG'S ...... .....H..h. Ammon Jackson .. ......... 4.10 TENSECTION 0 L.Eli Gordon ...... l 8 Bk A. ......................... H. Young ...._... 143 r NOROOD HEIGHTS PB.. .. .. .Dorothy JI(LWeIt) 7334

SECTION -, 34-9-19 14 Bk ._.. V.B.&EfPwIHadSOc ......... Lal 1 Bk .... .. c
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Lot 1 Rldgell Plat Blk 14. LOt4BkD ............... ......... 2' I -' ......... .A Jackson (ThIods) .
COM AT Ferneise Nix. ......... Lots 7 .
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a Henry Ventita Douglas .. 78481 S 950* TO .. S. ...... LM3Bk2O .. .. .1.6
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Lot 4 Il. Wain s................ NkWlIE09 .... ....... 7J132J8 S 13 E 150* N 10T W 150 TO RUN LoU 12 13 Bk D ... .................... W. L. fe... ..N... ............ 4.10 2 Bk ... .......- ... ..
Lots 2 a 3 Blk 1* Walt .?. Lorme Curtu .. POB 14 Bk D .... .._.... .......... ... :L: : 2 ...... ..... .L&VloIaW1&UI.nS .......
$ .J ... PARCEL NO 10 ... ....... lt R. D. Chapman .. .......... J ... :..:: .:. : i J. 1
GODMN'S-D ,MASON MANOR NO 1 PB E pawl o. a Jane Moore ....... 1445 L 19 Bk D.....?.......,............. D. A Manu* Davis .......... 20 GOSS2NDADDpB.38 .. .. IC J.

L 1. 2-2.2.. 2 Blk.....C............... Melvln EdeipMa Bar.wife..................... 87.37 1243 [Lot 1.0939 19 .....".-...... ..................................... W. F. a Be Osborn ....... 182Jl SECTION 14 Bk 34-9-2 F ...DIXON.........HOMESITES.........._. NA.1 A Fleming .................. i48J SEVIOFLor3 OF LOT I .LESS.......R-W ........ J.. ....__.__. 1.19NWt -.

Lots 15 Blk D .. ......... ..
ADDITION" . Mli Barber & w.......... 3158nn BLACK ACRES UNIT 2 PB E-f D A a Ali M 7 N 50 FT OF S 410 FT OF W f F OFf 6LUS2CSFTOFE .1. Ida po5rEddls) ...... wn.
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LNGLY' 3 ..,...... .... .. Lot 38 .............. R. Mart** Oakley .... 210 FT OF EW OF SEV S LOT KNOWN AS LUCAS LOT5. : uicaa .........................
NWo of SEVt Lot 7 ............... JII. Ro H.1 ......... HIBISCUS PARK PB I R 131 N OF $BEING LOT B Mary UHIan Jenkins ........... Sjoj LOT AS PER OB 321-171 *iftIs ............ 4735
...... .. 560 PT OF W 95 FT OF E
NEW GAINESVILLE Sac. 4-10-M Dapi WIM SJ9 l" 17 at. ........... G.E.Me.dETUX ....... 4131 5 GREEN G N1 144 -
FT OF EW OF SEU OF SWVfc OF
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;. Struggle KENNEDY, Fla. (AP)- tronauts.Dr. .

-The first unmanned model ol Wernher Von Braun director
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the Apollo moonship orbited the Apollo LaunchingStill Marshall
of the Space Flight
1In. India U.S. J. .
earth today, buoying hopesof Center which builds Saturn '

.' manned lunar landings in the 'Model rockets, said the next Saturn I .
T'
,NEW DELHI India (AP-A 1960s. Variety firing, scheduled in August, will ... ....... ttt,. .

Dr. George Mueller, directorof \...t'1 .L.
struggle for the government be essentially a repeat of Thurs- ...

leadership left vacant by the the nation's manned space- day's effort to evaluate systems.An "1'4f .,\. ae- .e :at r
said the the spacecraft into orbit more,weigh 90,000 poundsand "
Ifleath: of Prime Minister Nehru flight program, success unmanned Gemini > r a
threatened today to plunge India "adds to our confidence in meet- than 100 miles high Thursday.Both 'proved that in combination with: capsuleis
to be launched in August in
into of rocket and spacecraf. the Saturn I it could with- .
political crisis. ing our goal landing men on
the final for the first
tuneup
Rivalry among candidates fort : the moon in this decade." launched were "Model T" ver- stand the jolting climb throughthe two-man Gemini flight late in ;:

prime minister threatened to< But he said many more sions of the more powerful atmosphere. No recovery of the year of only three orbits last- ;-5 r-: > ''

break into an open battle which' launchings in the Gemini, streamlined hardware to be usedon the satellite was planned.The ing five hours to check systems. .' 1rt 'S
'
could do serious harm to the< Apollo and several unmanned the moon flights. Saturn I logged its sixth Starting in 1965, manned flights "

,nation and Nehru's ruling Congress programs are required before The spacecraft weighed only successful test flight in as many will increase to four days, seven \

t party. man sets forth on 'a lunar voy- 17,000 pounds, carried no inter- launchings. Saturn I, with 1.5 days and 14 days. ft

The capital's newspapers devoted .- age.A. nal gear and did not separate million pounds booster thrust, Late next year, test flights of f :.. : :;:;t {': ii i\\ :
front :to the cremation ..*- 4
pages Saturn I rocket, which the from the burned out second is forerunner of the massive 7.5- an advanced Saturn IB rocketare
"
: rites for: the 74yearoldNehru United States claims is the most stage. It was the same shape as million pound thrust Saturn V, to begin. The vehicle has essentially *'No '

Thursday. But editorial powerful in the world, hoisted the real thing which will which will launch moonbound as- the same first stage as i o :connectionsto .

"pages were given over to som Saturn I but its second stage k !
make
ber reflections. on the future. much "
has

There were demands that the GOP in Is ThemeOf Test launchings greater of power.the SaturnV That's W

Congress party settle its quarrels .- Danger. are to start in 1967. Becauseof why. .
quietly and make a unanimous ,
the rocket's great cost, the _. -
I choice, to avoid feeding
r the fires of factionalism ant' first astronauts to ride the I always Greyhound thru-service9

separatism that kept Nehn. California CampaignersSAN mammoth vehicle most likely go
will be en route to the moon.

from"In this tearing hour India of great apart.sorrow,*' L \.I Target date is 1969. Greyhound has the most thru-express service. You step on where you

said the Indian Express, "the FRANCISCO (AP-Sen. the New YciK governor. "What thinking would "put the kiss of are. Step off where you're going. No connections to make!No mix-

Congress party must rise to the Barry Goldwater and Gov. Nel- other position ould they take?" death upon" our party in this NOW OPEN I ups! Next trip, relax all the way on a Greyhound thru-express.
son A. Rockefeller are lecturing election.
occasion. Goldwater said. Rockefeller 7 a.m. to 11, p.m.

The Statesman said Nehru's Californians on what's bad for holds New Frontier views on Rockefeller placed himself in ALL YOUR FAVORITE

"reluctance to nominate or the Republican party as they medical care to the aged and *
flat disagreement with Goldwa- BRANDS Exclusive Scenicrutser Senrici at no extra fare. For example:
of the leaders stamp the state in hot pursuit of aid to education and that such
groom any one as ter views on the United Nations, Liquors BUSES DAILY ONE WAY BUSES DAILY ONE WAY I
California's 86 votes at the GOP I 1)
I
his clear and undisputed succes- foreign aid, Social Security, in- Wines New' York ...6 $31.05 Cincinnati 8 $' 22.65
National Convention.
sor would not have been so disquieting I
come tax laws and proposedsale Beer
Goldwater contends Rockefel- Tampa .. .10 3.65 Atlanta . 8 10.65
had he left behind a BeginnersClass of the Tennessee Valley. FREE DELIVERY
well-disciplined cadre dedicatedto ler' policies would be the "kissof Authority "for a dollar." New Orleans 5 15.60 Tallahassee 6 3.90 I I I I I I

the ideals of Nehruism or death" for the party. Planned PAUL'S I GREYHOUND TERMINAL 516,.SW 4th Ave. FR 6-5252
The New York said
Rockefeller the party governor
says
even a well-disciplined partymachine
." must remain "out in the mainstream the party must. "offer a con- Package Store I

After Nehru's death, President of American life rather In Spanish structive alternative to the Dem- 1318 E. University Ave. I I Remember...only Greyhound takes.you to and thru the 1V o rld's Fair
administration
ocratic in
now
Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan designated than be pulled into an offside 1-
The Foreign Language Insti- in Washington-an alter- .
eddy by extremist power
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Home Minister G. L. Nan- groups. -

da acting prime minister, to The California primary on tute of the University of Florida native that will appeal to the .' PEOPLE BELIEVE IN MAYTAG. _,, ', 'Eb t E gEt'N' YT.AG' << :
Department of Foreign Lang- majority of the American
'serve ,until the Congress party, Tuesday will decide who will peo-
as the majority party in Parlia- take that choice block of dele- uages will sponsor a class for ple. .

ment, elects Nehru's successor.A gate votes into the convention beginning students of Spanish in

Congress spokesman said starting here July 13. Grades 812. ConvictedOf 2 BIG 2 BIG

party leaders had not decided Goldwater, campaigning in the This class will stress the au

when to hold the election. Los Angeles area, said Thursday dio-lingual approach to language Of ThreatSALT DAYSONLY DAYSONLY ..

The leading candidates are he's confident he'll win on Tuesday -learning. .

minister without portfolio Lai! and if he does, "then I Instruction will be under the LAKE CITY, Utah

Bahadur Shastri, Acting Prime think there's no question that direction of Mrs. Alice Arana as- (AP-An Arizona man convicted !

Minister. .Nanda: and Finance we can win on the first ballot. sisted by a staff of native in- of threatening the life of I

Minister T. T. Krishnamachari.Shastrt Rockefeller, working in the structors. Mrs. Arana is one President Johnson has been

was one of Nehru's San Francisco region, has not of the co-authors of the Audio placed on five years probation.

r best friends and has widespread retreated from his stand that Lingual Materials of the Har- Norman P. Michaud, 43, of

support in the party. A well- "things look bright" for him on court, Brace & World, Inc. Fredonia, was convicted March

informed source said he had assurances Tuesday and that he will come The class will be given in 10 and committed to 60.days of I

of.support from Presi- to the convention with 400 of the Graham Hall, Room 107 and observation at the Federal Bureau ,

Radhakrishnan and Kuma- 655 votes needed for nomination. of Prisons Medical Insti-
dent will meet Monday-Friday from CARLOAD SALE!
I raswami Kamaraj, president of Goldwater accused Rockefeller -9 a.m. to 10 am. Instructionwill tute at Springfield, Mo.

the party. of seeking votes in California begin June 17 and end August Michaud was convicted of

"on the implicit basis of a 3. No. fees will be charged.All making the threat in a call froma
We Have Just Unloaded Another Whole Carload of Maytag Washers and
Egg Market threat to bolt the party" if he students must be enrolled service station telephone Dryers

doesn't like the nominee.He Purchased at Low Low Spring Clearance Price.IF .
JACKSONVILLE (AP) -The party's before Friday, June 12. For full booth in Kanab, Utah. a ,
[ Rockefeller to
challenged
Northeast Florida Egg Market to the information, call I. R. Wershow, The probation sentence was YOU PLAN TO BUY A WASHER OR DRYER
pledge allegiance party'schoice
prices to retailers: Director, The Foreign Language handed down from Judge Willis
whomever he ,be. DURING THE NEXT 6 MONTHS YOU SHOULD
.1 Extra large 38Vz-43, mostly may Institute, University of Florida, W. Ritter Thursday in U.S. Dis- '

4H4-41( ;.large'36-39, mostly 37- The Arizona senator said for- Extension 2625. trict Court in Salt Lake City. BUY NOW DURING THESE NEXT 2 DAYS -_
mer Vice President Richard M. N
frH; medium 2932, mostly

:Obi; small ZlVi-28, mostly 28.Poultry Nixon, Pennsylvania Gov. WilLiam (Continued from Page 8)) 9 r ..


I at farms: fryers 13V4 W.George Scranton Romney and have MichiganGov. disavowed Lot LINCOLN 53 ESTATES"............................. J. B. & Florlne Owens .... .,... 2008 MAYTAG 4CYCLEj :z:5; ;r' M1 :
) hens, too few sales to report Lot 115 ................................ Earl D. & Alice Howard ....... 194 : -4
any part in a "stop Gowater" SECTION 1010JOSWU
I prices. OF NE'A LESS RW DB 313-41-
NOTICE TO CREDITORS movement. #1 & WVi OF SEU OF NE' H. L. & Tommit McCullars .... 21401 AUTOMATIC WASHERS @ L ..u s.
S 22T/J FT OF N 2340 FT OF E 660 "
FLORIDA STATUTES THE COUNTY "This now means that Gov. FT LESS R.iV DB :311-414 ............ H. L. & Tommie McCullars ...... 7700 MAYTAG t4 : : H

IN THE; COACHA COUNTY FLORJUDGE. Rockefeller stands alone in his Lot.THE OAK....PB....0.07.......................... Minnie M. Lane C-O H. T. Lane 21.70 AUTOMATICS ;" : 2 1'"4' '
IDA. IN PROBATE.IN : OP. refusal to commit himself to Lot 12 ...., ........................... O. 0. & Louise Annls .......... 57.34 Fully Automatic .>.'Yf .
RE; ESTATE RATED NO. 1.
SECTION 10-10-20 Tub '
Marian E. SchmidtTOeALLeCREDITORS support the party's choice," LOT AS PER OR S7 61 ............... J. E. & Iva Cason ............... 133 e Lint Filter
S 1 7.09 FT OF W 100 FT OF E 1020 Water Temperature
:: AND PERSONS Gc'dvtater said.
OR DEMANDS FT OF NEVi OF NE'C.. S. & Betty Brlstowe ......... 17.23 Selector '
CLAIMS
AGAINST HAVING SAID ESTATE ) :kel her answered that It W 100 FT OF E 440 FT OF S 147.W z
Water Level Control& M
You and each of you to airs present hereby notch any understandable that the NEV4 FT OF .SV..*...OF.....SW1A.......OF....NEVi.......OF... W. J. & Elizabeth Heavner ....... 7f4 :
fled and WOODLAND PARK PB D-SI Giant Capacity
claims of YOU.and may remands have which against you.the or estateof either three were maintaining neutral- Lot 13 ..1:2.......'................. W. T. & t-IIIIemae Boone ....... 46.76SECTION Safety Lid Switch ; q.;

of said Marian! I County E. Schmidt to the County deceased Judge late of ity. WOF NWV4 OF NEVi OF NEVi.. Menlo R. C. Ralnei ............. >3.0? j, /6 'h9v dpnF'

Alachua County. Florida. at his office "They are all ambitious and RUST PROOF
In the court house of said County at O'NEILL
Gainesville. Florida. within six calendar hope ligtning will strike," said TAX A. CLARENCE COLLECTOR M
months from the time of the first =
publication of this notice. Each clamor CABINET! !
demand shall be In writing andhall
state the place of residence and
post office address of the claimant. and Model A-100 -
shall be sworn to by the claimant his with ,
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agent or attorney and any such claim I FOR THE GRADUATEBUY trade
or demand not so filed shall be void.
DORIS T. SCHMIDTAs I ,.I
executrix of the Last Will I
and TeUament of I .
Marian E. Schmidt deceased I
First publication May I. 1964.
Clara Floyd Gehan No Down ymentMAYTAG ,
11 West University: Avenue I
I Florida
Gainesville. '
I Attorney for Executrix i i With TraJa
1 (JIM) 51. 15. 22. Vbylbyl AMERICAN I lrly
Gloria twenty on* legal ads
1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA 1
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
FOR ALACHUA COUNTY. IN CHAN I I 0

il CERY.NO 11900ROSALIE MEHAFFEY I TOURISTERM..intiaginative..stalwart f : ALL-FABRIC

Plaintiff. : i I Clothes DryersMultiCycles / cam:
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Vs.HARRY J. WALKER and Wife, 'I I Ii i _
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EMMA J. WALKER and G.W. Low, Gentle Heat
BASS and wife CORA L. BASS.
Defendants .." : No Clothes Shrinkage .
NOTICE Of SALE .
i Notice ts hereby given that pursuant or Yellowing '
I to a Final Decree of Foreclosure entered Guaranteed to Dry .p ky
1* May 22. W64 In the foregoing cause. says Olcg Casslnl Model DE-105 ,
Clothes Faster Safer
ROSALIE MEHAFFEY. Plaintiff. VS. with
,} HARRY J."WALKER and wife. EMMAi i and Costs Less to lade
J. WALKER and G. W. BASS and wife.
I CORA U BASS. Defendants docket numf Fin luggage that'8 earned the Operate px,
County br lltoe.Florida.In the Circuit I. J. Court B. Carmichael.of Alachua raise of Americas foremost RUST PROOF CABINET! .,. .

I Clerk of the Circuit Court of Alachua fashion expert. American Tour v
County. Florida. will sell the property Ester is loaded with great ideas i
situated In Alachua County. Florida. .. locks that ean't
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NO PAYMENTS JULY -
UNTIL
Lot Eight (I) of Bishop's Replat of pop open foam rubber : "
Block One (1) of Range Seven (7) padded handles to pamper your ff
of the Original' Survey of Gainesville. palms... scuff: resistant Perma-
as per plat thereof recorded In Plat
Book "A", page 127 ef the public nite coverings hard proUc-
records of Alachua County. Florida. tive sides and stainless steel .
ALSO: closures that seal out dust and sTc1 World -
Begin at the Northwest comer 'of Famous '
said Lot Eight (I) of Bishops Re- damp. '
plat of Block One (1) Range Seven .
See the complete American
Wile as tM point of beginning; from I Tourister Tri-Taper line. These
... said point of beginning run North : lightweight beauties in six high )
Mine (') feet to a point] thence run fashion colors, Tweed. Golden $99 '
Cast Forty-three (u) feet to a point Washers
thence run South Nine (') feet to a White American Blue Silver
at the Northeast corner of said Dusk, Cavalier Brown and L.,
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Giant
'Gint> eight I (I) thence run West Forty- Fawn are designed to make Capacity
'l ,tVee (43) feet to the point of traveling a pleasure. 21 sizes Big Balloon Rolls Model NX :
ginning.
i at public sale, to the highest and best for men and women. Gyrotator Action with
bidder for cash, at the door of the trod*
Maytag Dependability
\\. office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court _
I of Alachua County at the Alachua County '
Courthouse In Gainesville at 11.00 AJA.M I sV -
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the ttn day Of June. 1964. MAYTAGS
J. B. Carmichael ryI
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
'Alachua County. Florida. I I ARE BUILT
,By- : Emily Waterhouse 24 MONTHS TO PAY
Deputy Clerk
.. (COURT SEAL TO LAST LONGER!
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1 t The University of Florida today 537 N.W. 36th St.; William Walter ".
announced that 248 students Herring, 1818 N.W. 8th
in its University College have Ave.; Fred P. Lawrence II,
been named to the Dean's List. 1008 N.W. 13th Street; John I t
The honor places the selected. Robert Miller; Patricia A. Mitchell -j
freshmen and sophomores in I 1025 N.W. 35th Ave.
the top five per cent of students I
I with records of excellent academic Bijan Parhami; Priscilla C.
performance during, the Porter, 2911 West University jli I
winter trimester. Ave.; James Gordon Powell, I
238B Flavet 3; Mrs. Carol Ann
Gainesville students are: B. Reid, 1216 S.W. 2nd Ave; I
I Henry Anderson Jr.; StephenI Robert R. Rowell Jr., 4134 N.W. i i iI'"
I L. Anderson, 1750 S.W. Willis ,9th St.; Joseph Louis Saffos, 1.ql J 1.I-
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|I ton Road; William Curtis Beverly 2307 S.W. 16th Place; Leroy I
Jr., 123 N.E. 8th St.; Mrs Norman Schafer, 207D Flavet I
\ Katherine C. Champion, 281 16 3; Douglas Charles Schmidt,
Corry Village; Sandra Ann 2817 N.E. 11th Terrace; William I
I Comins, 816 N.W. 16th Ave.; C. David Shirley, 1230 N.W. 9th
: Arnold Curington, 16 S. W. 25th Ave;
St.; Joseph Pietro D'Antonio, Albert P. Simmons; Diana L. SELLATHON
ai East university Ave.; Mrs. Smolenyak 7861 S.W. 35th Terrace -,
Patricia A. C. Dodson, 247S Fla- ; David M. Strickler 1318,
vet 3; N.W. 7th Road; George Wesley! .
Guillermo Gomez Swinford, Box 200B, Route 3 4 .-. -
2832 N.E. ; I '''; ': U Rl
15th St.; Herman F. Greene, Nguyen Trung Tin; Carlos Domingo ry .
805 N.W. 21st Terrace; Stanley Villa, 311 N.W. 14th St.; F E lFU
A. Halecki, 1234 S.W. 14th St.; Robert Alan Whiting, 250B Fla .
Robert Jerry Harwell, 117 N.W. vet 3; Robert Batey Wise, 505 1
15th St. Fred N.E. 6th Ave.
; Joseph Hellinger, GIANT v
Also named to the list from 25OOG q/R RF F I
this: area was William S. Witt of Cp ND q Sy 0 i
Results Hawthorne. OPEN c r ON N ED .la
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chua County election report yes. the Second Inter-American

'erday High official by victory gave a' tally Haydon over of Robert 9,762 Burns to King 6-an, Course in El in Hospital Salvador Administration this week.-j I 12 MIDNIGHT ''I., ==:::::_::=::=!:!!!!!! EI6Ct0!! i

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"o 0, SHE REAR'rNoAAPON G MEAC.1GWE HAD IAt CARS t-r T MICK 1M ONL1/y J .I -f"a-4 JIM 1Io1usEAQ. CLARs ENGINE.AN"dr 1 American Wins Date to 1919 -.

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.. COrhrNC. oa INDIANAPOLIS (AP) Scot Jones had to settle for the J., one of seven first-time:

x ,. Gofrlt ?. Xov Krlow/'trlERts x Tmmy Clark, world road-racing second row in his aging Watson starters, will be one of the se-
A I W AGAI41 'lampion, will charge across roadster. He had an alternatenew nior drivers at 44. A noted;

y { otr6.OV 11 13r : : le starting line of the 48th In- rear-engine car, but it had sports car racer, he is rated a

iianapobs 500-mile auto race bugs and was parked for this genuine contender in a new \

1 yAd r Saturday determined to breaka year. Huffaker rear-engine Oily f'a

>; string of American victories owned by Kjefl Ovale, San Fran- : :
.;going back to Howard Wilcox Two other former winners in cisco sportsman. .
the field are A. J. Foyt defending
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i1in| 1919. There will be nationwide television hJ
:I His effort may bring out the U.S. Auto Club big-car of the long noisy show

biggest paying crowd ever champion, and Troy Ruttman for the first time but it will be
):drawn American the youngest winner in 500 his-
by an
sporting on closed circuit to about .ITT
tory when he took the 1952
vent of 250,000.
upwards theaters and arenas.
L. j i Italian Dario Resta, in a event at the age of 2%. Foyt will The speedway managemer
be the No. 5 starter and Rutt-
|French Peugeot was the last reported record advance sale
man No. 18. Both will drive con- I
-foreign winner in 1916 before which it never discloses. Then
World War I closed the old 2%- ventional Offy roadsters. I'are 155,000 seats in the mammoth

Ik mile racing oval for two years. Ward will be starting for the grandstands and infielc"

Er w T' uFFPM'.W The foreign factory teams nev- 14th straight year, at the age i bleachers, and almost as man i

.: 'C HA rcoL3 rSS : er came back in force. of 43. Eddie Johnson, 45, will I more speed fans swarm through
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f ..vL start for the 11th time in an- 'the 537-acre grounds and sit on ,
Smashed Records 'I
other ThompsonFord.The parked autos and trucks.World ,
Clark smashed qualifying rec- "to.

ords in a new British-American Daniel's
F ; hybrid car, a dagger-slim green Jack is

)rk Lotus built by Colin Chapman of

I& London and powered by a new Charcoal Mellowedthe

giiL fr ;' Ford special racing engine
.;. mounted over the back wheels.

It's a much improved versionof
the car in which Clark fin- same wayit

n ished a close second to Parnelli

Jones last year. 0
Ford, in the biggest corporate was nearlya

effort to win the race in
I1"'HCo
REAgEt3GIP E Vf" $ D44'r modern times, provided the new
"FROK-r eu'p overhead cam engine to seven century agoThe
Sri Lt-Cor'KNti CS 11'1 : of the Friday, May 29, 1964
cars starting Saturday
'frIIS Y E A t2'S N'L. b ,
'YA'ICIA5S'C., ..... AuD y; / Only Ford engineers have been

QVAt.tF.1 OF HoP.Gr-o.f AtiE' i2EAQ: 3' J permitted to touch the scream- gentleman on the left started at Jack Daniel's

ftJGE GaFS....wlr.l"f".u .. nom ing beauties. Distillery a good He learnedour
:Q U E"S-rioto& OFWt4 i M Rodger Ward, twice winner of many years ago.
1 r4 1S.U: tr1'"ce t the 500 and no worse than Charcoal Mellowing process from Lem Motlow,
"f'HC""WO 3 ,
-SE N'5WE'REO.YEr-fo.. t fof- fourth in the last five Memorial Kings who learned it from his uncle, Mr. Jack himself.

t \ % /1)i1)) ) gest Day classics challenge may to have the the three big- And a long time before he retired as chief ricker

; Lotus-Fords in a rearengineFord t last year, he taught these men. But he still comes

i : rr built by A. J. Watson, creator State out to the Hollow once in a while to make sure
of six 500 winning cars, in- ChampsVie
the ricks stacked and burned
cluding Jones' 1963 Agajanian are being properly.

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at the start with Clark,and Bobby world champions and the Bubba Williams, an ath .- "

Marshman, who reached 16C I state champions clash at City letic star both at Gainesville -

m.p.h. in practice with a '63 Lotus Park tomorrow night in what High School and the UF, will

powered by one of the new, should be the premier softball make his home debut as a mem- ;

attraction ever shown in Game ber of the Bombers. Williamsis

ville. doing right well as his .306

I Vole Memphis Fuel Feud First game of the scheduled 'batting also leads average the Bombers will attest.in runs He

double-header starts at 7:30 p,m.
scored and is near the top in .
.. Clearwater Bombers r
between the -
I. .... hits. His fielding has been near
available, 16mm black and white, 15 minutes long on "Best the world kings, and Bud-< perfection. He tops the club in
It would appear that Tennessee and Memphis State have Gainesville the state' 5 .
Football Plays of 1963." The film is narrated by Delaware weiser of doubles with four and in triplewith" _
for them these in time should
something going days that ,
coach Dave Nelson. High Schools and organizations inter-, best.Bombers' three. o I
match,Florida and, Florida State for\ rivalry in the athletic manager Doug Ma- '
ested in showing it can rent same from National CollegiateFilm son has announced he will use Top Hitter Yqu seethe;, Charcoal ,Mellowing process

field.Word Service, 40 E. 49th St., New York City, 10017. Teams his best hurlers, Weldon Haney Charlie Pike a standout Gator :aIlS for a pretty special charcoal. It starts

has come, via the grapevine, that the Vols and Tigers featured include Illinois, Northwestern, Nebraska, Air Force, and Eddie King, in the two eager a half-dozen years ago is with hard
maple high
a growing on ground.
Houston Southern ,
Michigan State, Notre Dame, Mississippi, ,
the Bombers' with .
turned each other in to the National Collegiate Athletic games with Budweiser. Bobby top hitter a ;
California Washington Pittsburgh, Navy, Duke, Syracuse, Barnes, Harold Floyd and Bill bat mark around .400. He joinedthe
Association for investigation of recruiting violations.An Texas and Texas A & M.
McGee are the Budweiser pi Bombers this year from

Associated Press story today would seem to confirm a chers. Cocoa. **
portion of this tale. Memphis State athletic director Dr. Other topflight Bombers in-

Eugene Lambert former basketball coach at Alabama said St. Pete Pitcher Twin Bill elude ,All-World performers
the NCAA has send investigators to the Tigers' campus. The two teams were to playa shortstop' Ricky Tomlinson and

However, Lambert said Memphis State itself requested the twin bill tonight at Jack Rus- center fielder Al Summerford. 1The
0 sell Stadium in Clearwater in The latter called the
probe.A "Flying
Whiffs 11 in RowBy the first half of the four-game Toad" because of his tremen-
note in a recent story written by Jim Minter, Atlanta dueL dous speed on the bases, is

Journal, quotes F. M. Williams, Nashville Tennessean sportswriter Haney, most valuable playerin especially adept at beating out
as saying that the two schools have agreed to patchup the world tourney the past infield rollers. Tomlinson is hit
their differences and discuss complaints in private. Minter THE ASSOCIATED PRESS' and Tampa beat Orlando, 82. two years, is 5-0 this season around .310 and Summer- .
ting -
St. Petersburg's lefthander I Joe Cherry got 3-for-3 with and was unbeaten in the cham-
ford is at .340. Catcher Don
Mike Kekich set what was believed Bill Hicks and Bob Kilpatrick pionship meet both in 1962 and
each in Sarasota's McQuinn is clubbing near .400
to be a Florida State getting two .
.
963.
11-hit attack three Yankee while Ron Pinner is around the -, =-- =-r.:
Leagure record Thursday night on In his five games to date : "
when he struck out 11 consecu- hurlers. Mike Feraro got three Haney has given up only one .300 Budweiser mark. stars include Gene --. ... -_. -- -
tive batters. for Fort Lauderdale, one a three
i sI 1a earned run and has struck out Kendall
Ritch Prince
Billy
The 19-year-old pitcher walked bagger. 35 in 39 innings. King, a University
and Buck tree's and
x the first batter for Miami, then Larry Staley spaced ten hits of Florida graduate who Knight, Bill Campbell cut brought down to our

A v sent 10 of the next 11 down at Tampa and the Tarpons sent used to toss 'em up in the in- Benton. The local team and.is 10-8 9-1 sawmill where it's sawed up. Then the wood
in League play
swinging. The other was called Orlando deeper in the cellar. tramural league at the UF to overall City, including exhibition is stacked very'carefully in ids so it can be
out on strikes. Kekich was dis- the Twins' got their only runs protect his status with the
abled in the fifth when a blister in the fourth when Don Cross Bombers, has struck out 40 in games. burned in the open a r. (That's so the wind

said things were so hot recently that Memphis State developed on his thumb. I homered with a man on base. 30 innings. There will be an admission and smoke will carry away everything
of for adults
50 cents to
filed complaints against two Vol cage coaches, Ray Mears Miami scored four runs in that Mike Maloney tripled and drove charge but the charcoal
twin bill. possible.)
and assistant Tommy Bartlett, for remarks reportedly made inning but lost the game 9-5 as home three Tampa tallies. Other Pitchers tomorrow night's purest

concerning State's recruiting methods.Dr. the Saints moved into third Barry Williamson's single Other- Bomber Ditchers are .

place on a 13-hit attack that included with the bases loaded in the Tom Canard and Jack Thompson WoodwardWins tt.. __ _
Lambert said State was unhappy with stories being three each by Leon Crow I ninth gave Lakeland the edge who were to work tonight .
circulated by other schools concerning recruiting at the
Clearwater. Conard played
and Norv Rasmussen. Ernie and undisputed possession of in
Memphis institution.The Yarashuk got three of Miami's second place Don Pepper and high school basketball with I LetterWINTER

Vols and Tigers have agreed to meet in football and five hits. Walt Thoele homered for the Miami High and was a star a t

basketball, presumably will carry over into all sports as do I Tigers, who had 11 hits to seven Furman in college. PARK, James
the UF and FSU. Other GamesIn for the losing Islanders. I Former Budweiser first base- Roy Woodward, son of Dr. and lll

other games, Sarasota de- Mrs. Edward R. Wooward, 601 ",,".

feated Fort Lauderdale 5-4 to N. W. 23rd Street, Gainesville 'or.,..-
'
More Than TF arni- cut the league leading Yankees' IM77 I ( :: a; is one of nine members of the

margin to a single game; Lakeland moo I Rollins College varsity crew tobe

took over second with 7-6 awarded letters for their
a par-
Things have been more than warm in the past between
Tallahassee and Gainesville. But blowing the whistle for decision over Daytona Beach 5coRAMERICAN f ticipation in the 1964 crew sea-'

recruiting violations is something that should never be a son.This
spectre involved. The two Florida institutions have, it is to year the Rollins Crew When the charcoal cools, it is ground up fine

be hoped, settled all their differences over the business of Rebels Gain LEAGUEW LPet.C.R. &aft Francisco Todays at New Games York N won nine out of 12 dual races and packed tightly 10 feet deep in wooden vats.
and for the fourth consecutiveyear
athletes. The Gators and Seminoles alwayswill Cincinnati at St. Louis.. N
signing promising Chicago 20 11 .*4S Los Angeles at Pittsburgh. N captured the Florida championship Next, our just-made whiskey is trickled in.
be rugged rivals in trying to get athletes. Make no Final RoundIn Baltimore 24 15 .6S1 Houston at Philadelphia, N
mistake on that part of It. By the same token, the UF New Minnesota York 22 20 M U .JSO.5811 2V4\ Milwaukee Tomorrow at Chicago* Game ( regatta. And what: comes out 10 days later. drop by

has been burnt once by the NCAA probation fire. Florida Cleveland 11 IS J4S 3 Milwaukee at Chicago 2 Woodward is a 1963 graduateof drop is only the smooth
Boston 20 1. .513 4 San Francisco at New York Asheville School in Ashe- sippin part,
can't afford a recurrence and it is assumed FSU has St. Louis
DistrictGASTONIA Detroit II JO .474 5Vt Cincinnati at '
learned from the UF's misfortune. Washington 11 24 .40* IV Los Angeles at Pittsburgh ville, N. C., where he was a ready for aging.
Los Angeles U 24 .381 .V4 Houston at Philadelphia. N
member of the John R. Crawford
Kansas City 13 25 .342 lOVi FLORIDA STATE LEA'W -
Academically, those who know say that Tennessee is a N. C. (AP) L "5.$. Music Society and the Sec '
Yesterdays Results Ft Lauderdale 25 14 -
bit tougher to get into than Memphis State. This may be the Richie Prine struck out 10 and Kansas City .. Chicago I Lakeland 2.U 1 lot Math Club. At Rollins Co'lege
core of the hassle between the two schools in the Volunteer won his own game with a two- Only game Tatar scheduled* Games St.Daytona Petersburg Beach 24 23 U 16.JO 2Vi iK Woodward is majoring I This ancient Tennessee

State. run triple in the ninth inning as Chicago at Detroit N Sarasota 20 U ,J2 4Yi pre-medicine. process is timeconsumingand
Cleveland at Washington. N Tampa 17 23..os I'll
I Mississippi edged North Carolina New York at Kansas City. N Miami 13 M .333 12 costly because it has to CHARCOAL
Want to bet draw for that first football meet-
they'll 50,000
4-3 Thursday night in the Baltimore at Los Angeles N Orlando W 21 ja 14V4
Ing. And everyone thereafter! tCAA district 3 baseball tourn- Boston at Minnesota, N Sarasota S-Yesterdays Fort Lauderdale Results 4 Chile Whips be done just right. But we MELLOWED

Tomorrows GAINS Tampa .. Orlando 2
'ament. Baltimore at Los Angeles. N Lakeland 7. Daytona Beach ( British Team agree with our rider u
Caught on the RunArea The victory sent Ole ]Miss, the New Boston York at Minnesota at Kansas City N St. Petersburg Today*. Miami Game S emeritus here that what DROP

southeastern, into Saturday's conference final champion of- Cleveland Chicago at at Detroit Washington Sarasota Lakeland at at Orlando Miami BARBADOS, B.WJ. (AP) it does for Jack: Daniel'sis 6
Lauderdale Chile 3-2 victor
Tampa at Fort wrapped up a
racing buffs who want to see how Daytona Beach the double elimination tourney NATIONAL LEAGUE St. Petersburg at Daytona Beach ; worth all the pains
the British Caribbean
race driver Fireball Roberts had his accident at Charlotte W L Pd. C.B. INTERNATIONAL: LEAGUE over teanr BY DROP
against the winner of a Friday San Francisco 24 U'IS wg.Pd.GI. Thursday in the of the take. '
And
windup after
N. C., last Sunday, can view the mishap on television this night game between North Philadelphia 22 u ifs 1 Toronto 22 12 ..447Syracuse we
Pittsburgh 23 U .S41 2 17 12 JM 2V* American Zone Davis CUp ten
weekend. It's to be part of NBC's "Sports SpeciaL" Exact Carolina and East Carolina. 'Milwaukee 22 II jut JV4 Jacksonville W U J43 3' nis series. a sip, we believe,
time unknown here. St. Low 22 10 .537 3 Rochester IS 14 J17 4Vi
East Carolina, the at large I Houston 21 23 .477 5V* Buffalo 17 17 JM S Ernesto Aguirre defeated Day you'll agree too.
I Los Angeles U 2J..of 7 iumtM IS U .4SS as
Georgia pole vaulter E. G. Beckwith has Bulldog track entry, earlier eliminated southern :Chicago U 21 .432 7 Richmond IS 1 9 ." 7 id Tate M in the fifth and fins
ccach : conference champion West,'New York U 39 JM 1M ,Atlanta t 22 JM IIYi set of C19N.Mk o..z.I DNlar
"Speck": Towns crying over finances these dajs. Beck- Yesterdays Results their match called; ; .
Kith shattered a half.ozen fiberglass poles last season. They Virginia, 65. : Yesterdays Resvlts f Columbus 4. Atlanta L Wednesday because of darbies U AUtfow. *., he

cost. $60 each. The replacement costs played havoc with I. In afternoon games North Chcago 2.. New YorkHouston I Richmond 2. Jacksonville Todays Games 1 Tate took a 3-1 lead, but Aguirre TENNESSEE WHISKE' 33 PROOF BY CHOICE DISTILLED AND BOTTLED BY
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Towns track budget Carolina shutout East Carolina Pittsburgh Milwaukee e. Philadelphia J 5 Buffalo Toronto at at Syracuse Rochester broke Tale's service twice JACK DANIEL DISTILLERY LYNCHBURG (Por. 3U).TENN
.:6-0 and Mississippi blanked San Francisco 2, St. Louis 1CJnckalalt Richmond at Columbus win and make thermal score tol
The National Collegiate Athletic Association has a film West Virginia, 1ML Los Anoetes J. X ife 17 Jacksonville at Atlanta
their
match
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KiwaniansIn ((759302)Optimistic) Air-Conditioning Unit I



BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (AP) Installed $265 Tax Plug f
Midget LoopFire
-They say there's only two -and
.a- sure things in life-death and upIt

Department scored a 5-4 t 12-3 in a Rebel fray at Metcalfe, taxes. If you're speaking about
win over University City Ki Lions rolled over Carlos Hope next basketball season, add an- \
wanis in a Rebel League con other-Ed Diddle-and latest,I
: 21-11 in a National at
game reports indicate you'll be pretty'
test yesterday at Sidney Lanier .
t
field as three runs in the fourth I Kirby Smith and University City k : safe.

inning made the difference.In Lions topped Baptist D. 0. W. f "The way I feel today, I think i ..\
other Midget League action,' 9-4 in an American contest at I'll be all right next season," -s
North Central Baptist nipped Finley. In a game previously ; J. the veteran Western Kentucky I
Johnson & Faris 10-9 In a Dixie, unreported, Gainesville Building 4 basketball coach said in an in-
encounter at Sidney Lanier, Trades blanked Hughes Supply terview.He .
Gainesville Shopping Center 11-0 in an American battle. b"i ,. '1fw
i was hit by two heart at-
topped Kirkpatrick & Pierson ,
Two Hits .r i pu tacks last month and during his

Dinkins led Fire Departmentwith k. a 44k 23-day stay in a hospital was,,
Dog RacingSet two hits while Foshee and G 4 .Z ''1OFr k listed as critical for awhile. Un-{
Schapiro each had a pair for rte -s cle Ed, owner of more victories, x
Tonight losing UC Kiwanis. Foshee hom- at one' college than any other)
ered in the fifth for the losers. coach, is up and around, but:

At DaytonaDAYTONA North Central Baptist scored taking it slow. Custom units available on most late models-Ford,
I six runs in the third to buildan He has just one more season Chevrolet, Pontiac, Oldsmobile, Plymouth, Valiant
BEACH With early 8-1 margin but Johnson TYPICAL SCENE AT MIDGET LEAGUE BASEBALL GAME\ before stepping down at the and others.
of & Faris rallied for seven runs Hustle and Bustle Common at ,Parks throughout the City mandatory retirement of 1
big name greyhounds age
scores in the fifth to tie at 99. NCB'' AvailableHawesPowers
(Sun Photo by Tommy C wit) Financing
70 which
representing 22 of the nation'stop he will reach I
pushed over the winning run in
'
kennels on,the scene ready March 12.
the sixth. David Nixon and Tom NICKLAUS BOROS Motor Co.
"If I watch
to swing into action, the largest j my diet and takeit
White each
had
three hits for
Inaugural crowd in track his- easy until October, I shouldbe
tory is expected for the open- the winners. Emo had a pair able to make it," the soft- AIR CONDITIONING CENTER
ing of the 1964 racing season tonight for Johnson & Faris. Golfers Battle Champs spoken Diddle said. "All Makes and Models Serviced"

at the Daytona Beach Six Runs He needs 13 victories to be-
Kennel Club.Unprecedented. come the winningest coach in 204 N. Main St. FR
Six runs in the first inning I COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP- each to watch 'em do it, start- home courses to get a cer- college basketball history. His 22561'I
got Shopping Center off and
crowds have in its Memorial Day will be a memor- ing at 1 p.m, EST. tificate. career total is 759302.
watched the pre-season school- running easy win. Todd able day on the nation's golf.
.
ing tests. General manager F. Rainsberger and Roland Stuart courses. The thousands of challengersin Golfers may play as many
D. Littlefield anticipates'a turn- had homers for the winners in the National Golf Day Festi rounds as they desire, upon II
out of some 5500,fans for the in- the sixth. All over America, on the val will toss at least $1 each payment of $1 for each round,

augural of the 7th season of Lions started off with six runs championship threes courses the "hackers"get and the into the charity pot, fire a round and the receipts along with
greyhound racing in Daytona in the first and added nine more dinky par over their favorite layout, and the net gate from the Monday a ,
Beach. The opening is nine in the second. Carlos their chance Saturday to then sit back and await Monday's -Round of Champions exhibition
Losing
battle it with PGA champion
days earlier than a out here will to the PGA for
year ago. result. go
Hope scored 10',in the third but
and
Jack Nicklaus Open
Post time for the
nightly programs distribution to various projectsand
to no avail. Latsko, Esser and
Champion Julius Boros. Certificated
will be 8:15 and matinee charities.
be Ritch all had three hits for the Those who defeat the cham-
racing will again presented
every Wednesday and Saturdayat winners who collected 17 safe- The two big-timers will match pions on a handicap basis will Since 1952, when the event
2 p.m. There will be 11 ties. Register, Folson and strokes Monday over Columbus receive certificates from the was inaugurated, more than
races every night with the daily Brown had two hits each for'Country Club's exacting layout,[PGA. Columbus Country Club 1,093,000 golfers have chal-!
of the 1964 PGA cham-
double on the first two races Carlos Hope. scene par is 70, so if Boros or Nick'lenged the champions, and
and the "Big Q", where payoffs 3-0 LeadD. pionship. Galleryites will pay $5 laus shoots a 69, the challengers!some $950,00 Ohas been realized
are frequently up in the 0. W. got off to a 3-0 lead must be two under par on their 1 I for the PGA projects.
thousands, on the last two before Lions scored two runs Clinic Set
thousands, on the last two each in the second, third and TMKA W TaKA a

fourth frames and three more GARDEN CITY, N. Y. (AP)
races.Bob in the fifth to lock up the game. .- The annual Adelphi Univer- VODKA VODKA H
Brown Mike Hogan had a ,pair of hits :sity basketball coaching school,
for the losers. :set for Aug. 23-27, will have 1 /
j eight coaches talk at the clinic.
Rolls 593Bob John Fuller tossed a two-hit
shutout for Building Trades. He They are Marion Crawley of 1
Brown posted a 593 serieson aimed six and walked none. :Lafayette, Ind., High; Charles
games of 202-202-189, to lead Cross had two hits for the :Driesell of Davidson College; .1 I/
the Summer Mixed League at victors who scored six funs in I George Ireland of Loyola of 80 PROOF DISTILLED 80 PROOF DISTILLED ?
Palm Lanes. Dick Underwoodhad the fourth. I Chicago; John Kilhlea of Mel- FROM GRAIN SAZERAC CO, FROM GRAIN SAZERAC CO, $ 2
a 578 with a 236 high game. (See Boxes Sunday) J rose, Mass., High: Marvin Mc- 1NC. NEW D&EAN$1) ... INC. NEW ORLEANS. U. :-....
Roland Stuart rolled 547. Jerry FULLY EQUIPPED
Stuart led the women with 469.
1595
Team No. 11 had a 2298
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I game lead in City League soft- Wings could get only half that third on a walk to Barnes, single Barnes and Erwin; Doverspike, I< ; '. -- t...",:,I Your Merc dealer

ball play last night at City Park many back in its turn. by Prince Kendall and infield Atwood and Daughtery. >< .:; "!
by nipping Gainesville Wings 3-2 Bobby Barnes limited Wingsto outs. Schlitz 101 002 0-4 5 aura..oaCaoj r'Jwiu N.a:.x in a tautly-played game. just two hits, both singles. you
= Schlitz blanked Guy Cleveland Budweiser got six safeties off In the fifth, Kendall singled Guy Cleveland 000 000 0-0 6 J

Construction Co. 4-0 in the other losing pitcher Lynn Doverspike. again and after an infield out. Lester and Wallace; Bram-
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contest. Ii. Wings took a 1-0 lead in the' Buck Benton and Gene Ritch baugh, Kinnard and Lucius. U6D OmgoJethe
got hits An outfield error helped HICKORY
With the knotted at M first a single by Garland
score on Business
in the rally. Wings' final LeagueGE
run
Budweiser ) Wallace stolen base, wild pitch I IIi I
I pushed over two runs came on a walk and error. 200 200 0-4 9 3
[ Road Prison 610 001 x-8'4 2 HICKOR s the features
Kendall had three hits for ,
Tyde, Szafran and Haynie, Moro Ii
Budweiser which now is 10-1] ; Goodlet and Edwards. I
Florida Nine .
f : for the year to 7-4 for Wings. Sunnyland 000 220 101-6 8 FHoward's America Most Magnificent Bourbon II I the new 3.9 hp

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i scattered Six Hits six hits in and TV Watson 011 0111027"125Morgan ; Blant 0 n Merc 39 with
Lester and Avery. years light --l; kl any
Closes Season the whitewash job on Guy Cleve GPs 306 1 1.y
first 51-15 19 0
scored in the
land. Schiltz
CWA : :::::::; : ears mellow competitor'smotor
and third and added two runs 010 00- 1 23 : : : ..' 2.I:
in the sixth. Jake Leventhal had Shake and Rogers, Weeks; Wilson : :;: : .;.. <>>". ,<;X::'_ ""' .;" ; .' .";'y i :
; and Harris. 111 rw o10-sTailCHi IIOURCI ''Ium'lI PlOOf'as HICKOM B1ST4UM Ca.r u.
in the
s i Against Tribe two In hits Business for Schlitz League, one a games triple., i

i Road Prison won from General I

: Florida's Gators close out go to the mound tomorrow. II Electric 8-4, Howard's TV topped 3 hn ranne

I I :their.baseball season today and .400 Hitter Sunnyland Packing 7in;
f tomorrow with three nine innings and Fulps Radiator
a -
1. game FSU has candidate for All-] s
.set against rival Florida State America honors a this year in rolled over CWA 15-1. ] SPRING SPECIAL I

II University. catcher Ken Suarez, a .400 hit- Tonight's Church League II Tht new little 3.9 hp hlerc 39 has !

\"\ Today's single game at Perry ter. Center fielder Mike Augus- games will send First Presbyterian features motor in you its power won't dais find oa any other

,Is Field was to start at 3 pjn. To. tine won All America laurels a against Latter

fi,I morrow's double header will season ago and is having an- Day Saints at 6:30: Calvary II s First it has a

:,I get under way at.2 pm. other good campaign. meets First Baptist at 8 and :::>. twist-grip throttle
( The Gators carry a 21-10 rec- Larry Johnson, whose ninth First Methodist faces Kanapaha I '!' on the steering
ord into the weekend series. inning homer deprived the Ga- Presbyterian at 9:30 on Field 1 handle.The
.. FSU is 2211. The two teams tors a sweep last weekend, is a No. 1. Wesley Methodist takes I handle itself is rubber mounted to take
has full
the sting out of steering. It
1: split a pair of games at Tallahassee -long ball threat for FSU. on Highlands Presbyterian at I s gearshift ..forward.
I last weekend. The Ga- The Gators need one more 6:30, Parkview Baptist plays I'' neutral, reverse... '
':' tors won 6-2 and FUS took a 4-3 win to sew up the scholarshipbattle Grace Presbyterian at 8 and just like its mora'
1. decision in 15 innings. with the Seminoles. The Southside Baptist goes against I powerful brothers.

Danny Eggart, a winner over Exchange Club of West St. Pe- North Central Baptist at 9:30 on

1\ the Seminoles last weekend, will tersburg annually awards a Field No. Mere 39 fuel has
remote
'i start today's game..Charlie An- scholarship to the school win- 2.City League system.i It's

derson and Adrian Zabala will ning the most varsity encounters. Budweiser 001 020 0-3 6 not on top of
I i pitch tomorrow for the UF. There are 17 in the eight the motor.An
f Coach Fred Hatfield will use sports and the Gators currentlylead all-day fuel
base b 11 I Club tank and fuel line are included with
It Marty Howell today with Cliff 8-6 with three a Exchange I
the motor at extra cost.
I'' Ranew and Ken Creely likely to games to go. II I no

';: UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA Tops Kiwanis Mere 39 has
'i 1U4 THIRTY-ONE GAME BASEBALL. STATISTICS two clamp e
Overall Record 21 11
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r SEC RKord: 12 S At Club .
Mm AB R H .BA 3B 31 HR RBI SB Boys' of one.
'' Jim Duncan If ............................ 116 25 38 .328 2 1 1 15 IEarl It has an alt-
Montgomery 2b ...................... 11' 20 36 .316 5 1 1 25 5 .
Torn Shannon lb .......................... 110 2. 3. .309 5 2 2 25 5 Exchange Club beat Kiwanis metal cowling: ,fixed-
ton Pendley 3b .......................... 56 1. 16 .286 1 1 0 4 4 9-5 and Boys' Club won from jet carburetors, ball
I I Bill Blomgren- ........................ 114 23 32 .281 6 1 2 26 1 e and roller bearings
\ Jim Elllot4 cf ............................ 51 3 16 .276 0 0 1 7 3Da. Elks 6-1 in Major League baseball -
ve. Porter c ........................... 110 19 21 .255 9 2 1 22 3 at Harris Field 6PRIT r. j D00a throughout Glide-Angle
Ron Creese. 3b ............................ 75 21 19 .253 3 0 1 6 6 games yes-, styling that lets it slip
Randy Morcroft. IS ........................ 116 16 22 .190 2 0 0 16 0 terday. over logs,sandbars and

Atten Trammen cf ...........Less......The.......40.. At 27 Bits 5 10 .370 1 1 1 I 2 Exchange got three runs In" shallows. It has no.protruding, nose on
Jim Bovesen cf .............................. 21 3 7 .333 2 0 0 0 CDapny the first inning and three more SPORTS CAR OR SPORTS SEDAN the lower unit to, '' '?or plow
1 ............................ 30 7 f .300 0 0 2 I 0
Dan Griffin.Eggarf .P............................... 14 3 1 .286 0 0 0 2 1 in the sixth in its victory. Mike Y sand.
Jim 8Igg.rt. p p ,............................... 12 2 3 .250 1 0 0 4 0Charts Dyenarte had a single and double CHOICEIT85 C i
Anderson p .......................... 23 0 2 .086 0 0 0 0 0 YOUR Merc 39 has a one-piece drive shaft
Adrian Zabala p ............................ II 0 1 .OS7 0 0 0 0 0 for the winners..
Richard Phallnes P .......................... 1 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 0 Matakovich hurled a three- housing and one-piece gtarcase hous
PItching ing for added strength.to protectthe
G W.L IP H ER sa so ERA hitter for Boys' Club and struck and shafts. It has no shearpins.
Neme Anderson ........................ 11 4-2 7' 51 7 17 70 O.IS gears
Charlie Griffin ............................... 5 4-0 36113 20 4 12 23 0.92 out 14.Exchange. NEW r And
Dan
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OM .Pendley
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Jim Blggart
Adrian Zabala ............................ 10 2-1 37 22 11 22 40 Kiwanis 020 210-5 4 ( I
Ph.lines ......................... 3 0-0 6 1/3 4 2 4 3 2.99Danny : Johnson and Rogers Collier has ex '
Richard .......................... 14 a-. II 79 33 21 1: 7 64 ; .
Jim EnJott Eogart................................ 3 0-0 72/3 a 6 5 and Davis. patented i I
Results Elks 000 010 0.13
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,Carton Florida HIGH 2-1 Telephone SPRINGS in extra Co.innings- nudged North and the third drink is 15-Fr.BacktoBockSorting Fiberglass


Southeast Rebels 114 Transformer in softball topped games on us I I .

last' .night.Billy All Steering

Godwin, who fanned 12, and Controls I A

had going a one-hitter into the bottom and a 1-0 of lead the You get 3 full glasses for the price of2 with RC half quarts. i -AND- rat

Telephone co. 350 35 HP MERC

last seventh The night.winners against used their second So go with the goingest cola around..RC cola.- best buy in town Reg.- 1300.25 i


(and last) hit to push over IM.IlAf I-

the tying run and then won in .

the eighth on two errors. Hubert $945 Yl.il 1e
Caldwell had two of the four

hits losing Carton managed off I

winning hurler Wilbur Phelps. 1 Ii
Rebels 310 007 1 .y i

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Legion 12-7 and MERC 39
American i
Alachua Milling Co. outlastedCopeland a. f tel 3.9hpsingle

17-13 as, the softball DISCOUNT cylinder

season got under way here last i

i t night. 1
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Garnie Hatch led Lions with a I II

triple and single. Losing hurler .I I InERCURY+

IIVER ANNIVERSARY FLEET
land: .

single for Legion. I
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Nine runs in the second innIng .........*...T.r-+. ..."..Iv...riC
was the difference as Milling -,,.s..a.ee

i Co. won from Copeland.Bill 1 I
and Bud Riviere both hada C '

Dinners double while and Carlton single DeLoach for the -=- [s] F7 EXCLUSIVELYIN

GAINESVILLE AT
had a pair of sinles. S .
t Next Tuesday, Copeland will JIMMY MOORE'S

meet Legion and Lions will FRANK'SMARINE

play Legion Alachua Milling.4012-78 Omet ,,,>e products of Royal Crown Cola Coo Diet-Rite Cola Nehi, Upper 10, Par-T-Pak. SUNS PORTS

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Gay and Robert Munn; Gene STARKE, FLA.PHONE Mercury Soles-Service

Curls and Ray Lunceford. J. E. HODNETT Trade-ins

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1 1t In Scoreboard? Q. o k., I"c' (AP) }.. listening to two hours of care .I!I i i

1f L glance at the bank books of th buretion tests by 33 race cars !

e g4.t S: leading contenders in the $70. "is a rather unique experiencemy

: By MIKE RATHET day night as the Phillies lost to I longed to EIRoy Face. t' Y 000 Speedway Open Golf Tournament .: -The ears cars are went still through ringing."the I! i

: Associated Press Sports Writer. Pittsburgh 6-5 and dropped in to J JI Knowing full wen that faces 9; v.k leads you to believe the i roaring run in preparation for il l
war has
on
e There were 8,649 fans in I second place behind the San I in scoreboards often steal signs, t'r' to the poverty PGA advanced Saturday's 48th 500 mile race. L
even front.
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Forbes Field, but Philadelphia I Francisco Giants, who defeat,I Mauch said this Face had no The tourney will be suspended! r -

Manager Gene Mauch noticed a: St. Louis 2-1 on Willie May' business there. x =1. While most of the big-monej, Memorial Day and will conclude -

Face in the Scoreboard.So 18th homer. ELROY FACE boys fight for par today just tc I Sunday.
The Pirates' relief
specialist
he protested. Had a Reason avoid the cut after the third
Mauch protested as the Phil admitted he was in the score- round their Nicklaus was critical of the
poorer brethren-
National League headquarters lies came to bat in the sixth inning .. board. headed by George Bayer-are PGA for going along with the nI--

: now has a rather delicate deci. complaining that he had "I went there just before the Cedar edging toward the $12,000 top one-day suspension idea and

: sion to make. spotted a. face in the left field first Philadelphia hitter came Key prize in this fifth-richest spon- said he would not return for the

Here's what happened Thurs- Scoreboard. Mauch said it'be- up in the sixth," he said. And, sored meet on the current tour.Bayer's tourney in the future if it con-

..-- said Face, he had a reason for Boat Helps last big payday came tinues to be played" "under
these conditions.
being in the Scoreboard: in 1960 when he won the St.

I a Wlltl He was using the rest room Petersburg Open and you can The field was trimmed to 94 -T

facilities there. r Tag Fish take it from him-that's too pros and 10 amateurs for to-
f
long between visits to round with Lema
The case now goes to the National jour day's Tony ,

C t NEW YORK abrhbi CHICAGO brhbi PHILADELPHIA Night Game PITTSBURGH League jury, Warren CEDAR KEY-The boat Miss banker. former PGA champion Jerry

D. Smith lb 4 0 0 0 Stewart 2b 3000 abrbbi abrhbi Giles Cedar Key, operating out of this Ranked Barber and veterans AI Besse-
presiding. 48th
Kanehl 2b 4000 Brock rf 4110 Rolas cf 4130 Schofield ss 3111
Gonder c 3000 Williams If 2111 Callison rf 4120 Mota cf 302 2 fishing port since April, has Now playing out of Incline link and Dutch Harrison out.
Thomas If .00 Santo 3b 3001 Allen 3b 4100 Clemente rf 4031 Longest Game been used to help tag fish for
Ch'fpher rf 3 0 3 0 Banks lb 2000 Cater If 2112 Freese 3b 300 0bCov'ton tillage,. Nev., Bayer is ranked Mike Souchak, who could
000 0 While the Phillies and Giants the Schlitz fishing contest in this
Hickman cf 3000 Rodgers s* 3000 If 2110 PriddY p 48th this
McMillan ss 3 0 0 0 Bertell c 3000C. Trlandos c 4012 cLynch 1 000 in the on season's money list have stayed alive when his 145
Smith 3b 200 0 Cowan-cf 3000 hDal'ple c 1000 Face p 000 0 were exchanging place area. with $5, 75-no petty cash, but matched the cutoff withdrew
Cisco p 100 fl Jackson p 3000 Taylor 2b 4 0 1 0 F.Green p 000 0 standings, the Los Angeles Capt. J. F. Hembree has re- ,
asteph'son 1000 Amaro Ib-ss 3000 gBurgess 1 000 I only a shade of Jack Nicklaus'earnings with the sponsors' permission.
Bearnarth p 0 0 0 0 Wine ss 3000 McBean .p 000 0 Dodgers and Cincinnati played ported tagging-grouper, snapperand of
Totals 21 0 3. Totals Mill eGonzalez 0000 Bailey If 3b 501tsievers 0 $48,035. He won last weekend's Memphis
Grounded out for Cisco In tth. Ib 0001 Clenden'n lb 51 2 0 the longest game of the season ; rock bass..; Two of the tag- At the halfway stop, Bayerwas Open.
Bennett p 1000 Mazer'skl 2b 4 1 1 0 with neither team winning. It ged fish subsequently have been
two strokes
................. 000 ON 000-0 Roebuck p 1000 Pagliaronl c 4 2 31 up on the field
Chicag New York........... ...... 1M Ml MX-1 Wise p 0000 Veale p If 41 100 21 ended in a 2-2 tie, called caught. with a nine-under-par 133 The top 60 and ties will com-
0000 aStargell
dHerrnsfn D.Green p 1010 because of curfew after 17 innings There have been large catchesof while leading cash collector pete in the final round.

E-Gonder. Stewart. McMillan. PO-A- I' Baldschun-p 1 0 0 0 and will have to be re- grouper blacks and reds Nicklaus was buried with 141 = _
New York 24-16, Chicago 2720. DP-Santo Totals 35 S II 5 Totals 31 (15a 6 a = --
Stewart and Banks. LOB-New York -Struck out for Veale in 4th; b- played.) ranging from 350 to 700 pounds in an ll-\vay tie for 42nd place.Of Clmrcliill J DownsTreasurer -
A. Chicago 4. Struck out for Cater In 5th c-Struck out
SB-Brock. for Prlddy In 6th; d-Doubled for D this week and as high as 2000 the four pros knotted in
IP H R ER BS SO Green In Tth; Announced for Wine in Elsewhere in the .NL, a .suicide the : -
Cisco L. 24Bearnarth ..... 7 2 2 1 4 3 8th. f-Hit sacrifice fly for Gonzalez In pounds on overnight trips on second at 135, only two are Dies .
........ 1 0 0 '0 0 0 8th; g-Flied out for F. Green in 8thh ; squeeze bunt by Nellie Fox weekend. among the top 50 in winningsBob -
JacksonW,6--C..9 3 0 0 4 5 Pepped out for Trlandos In 9th.Philadelphia Houston the tie-breaking
gave There are overnight trips lean in 26th with
T Rosburg
U-Venzon. Conlan. Harvey. $11-
Weyer
......... 004 000 1BP.tUburgh Mil LOUISVILLE AP) J. 51
-2:09. A-l.297. 0" run in a 4-2 victory over o'clock Ky. ( -
at 10 tonight re-
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.......... ala 301 >11-4 295 and Kel Nagle in 36th $6,787.
waukee and the Chicago Cubs. and Henry Watermann, 70, treasurer ?'
G.mi at 2 tomorrow
Night E-Wine. Clendenon. PO-A Philadelphia turning p.m. The others, rookie George Archer ::
LOS ANGELES li bi CINCINNATI"ab abrhbl 24-12, (two out "when winning run defeated the New York Mets 2-0 I leaving at 10 pan. tomorrow and the first-round leader andean of Churchill Downs, died Thursday = =O='i
r Pittsburgh 279. LOB-Philadelphia -'
Wills SS 5000 Rose 2b 8020 scored 9.) Pittsburgh 14. on Billy Williams' 11th homer returning at 2 p.m. Sunday. I ) Refram, have had very in a Louisville hospital. -1
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Gilliam 3-20 6010 Harper i
Clemente Clendenon. -
Davis If 8031 Pinson cf I 1.111 ,Cater.2B -Bailey Callison.Herrnstein. HR_Stargell. and Larry Jackson's three-hit There are stewardesses I few paychecks this season, but Waterman started as a bookkeeper -

Howard Fairly lb rf 4000 6010 Johnson Coleman lb lb 4010 4000 S-AAota Z,.Rolas, Callison.IP H SF R -ER Bers. pitching. aboard to serve short orders and both hope to correct that oversight at the Downs in 1927 and tnt>ra111t R! 2c7j -

McMullen rf 3 0 0 0 Robinson rf 6 1 2 0 Bennett ........ 22-36 1 1 1 1 In the only American League breakfast at sunrise. this weekend. though he was too busy to watch 1
Roseboro c 6010 Cardenas IS 0031 ... 1.3 1 I
W Davis cf 8 01 OrJwarda: c 5011 ,/ buCk.......:::.: ; g ; : game scheduled,. Kansas City Bayer, among the last to fin- most races, he missed wily one '
Trace'skl 2b 2 0 0 0 Boros 3b 6010aMoon ....... 2 0 0 2 1 1I
I Green 2 .Baldschun four
capitalized on Chicago errors ish
0000 Maloney' p 4000 ,. L. 2.1 223 4 2 2 2 1YeaIe Thursday, said trying to concentrate Kentucky Derby in 37 years. =a
Werhas 3b 4130 Henry p 0000 : .." .. .,.4 5 4 4 1 5 and handed Juan Pizarro 'SPORTSMAN'S'PIGEST on a golf game while He became treasurer in 1947. :
Ortega p 2000 dSmlth 1000 Priddy .........2 1 0 0 1 3 'I! ;
Parker 1000 Duren p 0000 :Face ........... 113 3 1 0 0 2 his first loss by beating he 4
Miller p 000 eSktnner 1 Q' 0 Green ... ... 1 1 0 0 I 0 White Sox 41. :
cWalls 1010 Tsitourls p "0000 tAcBean: W. 2.0 1 1 0 0 1 0 AUTO FINANCE _
Perran' kl p 1 1 1 0 gKeough 1000 HBP-By Wise (Schofield). WP-Wise. & i I
fCamilll 1000 McCool p 0000 I F'B-Trlando5. U-Jackowskl, Crawford After the early skirmishing, "
Brewer p 0000 Forman. T 2:55. A-8.449. I DIVISION OF = t1. --- .
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hTorborg 1000 HOUSTON MILWAUKEE including Mauch's protest, the SETTING OK soil. GENERAL FINANCE CORP. nent .w : )::

wilihite n 0000 ahrhbi abrhbi Phillies took a 5-4 lead in the 'I Can Refinance I _j----- '
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Consumer Prices Edge Upi Poultry Alachua Sho.wTomorrov Co.. ]I I 'v ia a "!


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i ftnrk E tmrs i 'per cent for health care, be-

i By JOHN D. POMFRET cause of continuing increases in' x.

Fees on Golf Greens medical and hospital fees, and' G
WASHINGTON Alachua County's first poultry -
Average
0.4 per cent of recreation be- 5 t
consumer prices edged up cause of higher prices for' exhibit and show will begin

slightly last month, the Labor Add to Recreation Costscould movie admissions and golf tomorrow at 10 a. m. at, the V ,, (
Gainesville Livestock Market.
Department reported Thursday. green fees.Health ''
Despite the gain, the rate of The show is open for entry f

increase in consumer prices so !I care and recreation,of birds to all vocational agriculture r ft
far this year has been lower have been purchased for security and federal income taxes I,costs have risen by nearly 2.5 and 4 H Club boys. 4 t

than in the last two years. $10 in the 1957.59 period. stood at $91.2 for a factory I':per cent in the last year, compared There will be four categories: '' < ,

, More than a million workers The price index has risen. worker with three dependents I I with a rise of 1.5 per cent hens, pullets, cockerels and .1 f' ;. ,;' ; ,' _

I will receive pay increase of onepercent two-tenths of a point since Dec and $83.49 for a worker with no.,in the index as a whole. roosters. j :

I an hour because of the ember. In the same period last dependents. In each case, there Apparel prices rose 0.3 per A grand champion bird will ,.

rise -over the quarter in the year it went up four-tenths of was a gain of 33 cents over the cent last month, largely becauseof be selected from among the

I consumer prices. About 800,000 a point and in 1962, seventenths.The March figure-the previous high. an increase in the cost of four dividions. The owner of the
of these are' in the automobile men's suits and slacks. champion bird will receive a $5

industry, 100,000 in farm and April level of the index Gross average weekly earnings Food price in the aggregate I, cash award and a rosette. Lester '- !. ,
high it usuallyis of production workers in Kalch, Agricultural Exten- .-
construction equipment manufacturing was a new as remained unchanged in April,' <<
April were $101.81. This was 60 sion Service will
when the index rises. poultryman,
65,000 in aerospaceI although there was considerable,
I Net spendable earnings of factory -cents below the record level, be the judge. 1
in miscellaneous met-
45,000 change among individual items.1 .
workers also reached a record -posted in December. Spendable I The public is invited to take r .y
f alworking. Prices of meats, poultry and
A earnings are at a record even'' part in an production judg-
the agency reported. I egg
Higher prices for most consumer i'I fish reached their lowest level
small in hourly I though gross earnings are not r ing contest.
and gain average
services, used cars since February of 1960. Pricesof
II I because of the tax cut. The show is sponsored
earnings accounted for the in by
were responsible for and .
apparel eggs, milk, sugar some Johnson
and Faris, Inc. and
the rise of 0.1 per cent in the crease.In I. In the consumer services field, fresh vegetables also declined.!I will continue until 3 p. m. Sat (

I Bureau of Labor Statistics cons April, weekly take-home, the most important increaseslast Price of fresh fruits, potatoesand urday.

s sumer price index in April. pay, after deduction for social: month were those of 0.3 tomatoes and coffee rose., North Marion ,Honor GradsThese
I Part of the rise was caused

I by an increase in hotel and North Marion High School seniors were selected for honors and along

I Ii motel prices hi and around New MARKET with their other classmates will be receiving their diplomas Monday night.

r York City presumabley because t BUSINESS They are, front row, from left, Janice Freimuth Dixie McLauchlin, Laura

,I of increased demand for REPORT Brown Judy Dice, Pauline Krietemeyer and Gloria Jones; second row, from

accommodations due to the V' 1 left Bruce Blackwell, Lowell Slider Eddie Hancock and Toby Anderson. Another

New York World's Fair -according REVIEW honor graduate, not pictured, is Francis Collins Ray. (Sun photo by Buzz
to B. L. S. experts. Mixson)

i The index in April was 107.8,
1 taking the 1957.59 average as
Council OKs
a base of 100. This means that

i it cost $10.78 last month to buy -YOUR MONEY'S WORTH Stabbing Conviction Extends

t the goods and services that AppointingState



,I Markets Worst Tourist Gap' Ever JudgesHOLLYWOOD Raiford Convict's SentenceBy



i (AP) The SAM McGARVEYSun ented by Asst. State Atty. David Is and Eudell Vaughn, withholding
Close leadership of the Florida Coun- Staff Writer Anderson included testimony 12 months each
; By Sylvia Porter $ cil of 100 favors a plan to name support, un-
t LAKE BUTLER A Raiford by an inmate that shortly less regular payments made;

Ii ap-I I The "tourist gap" the difference Moreover Black's glum pre seeing other lands. In Black's state judges without elections.The convict who apparently "g 0 t after the crime Corrie returned Otis McCall, attempt to escape,
Stock listings will not I plan, which would have "
to his bunk in
the one, was found a dormitory one )'ear.
words "Millions of have wrong
since between what we Americans diction is that, "Th travel deficit us
Sun
f pear in Today's judges nominated by committees in the East Unit and said
guilty of stabbing a guard and ,
but we've
spend for travel abroad will continue to grow. Thisis been all over Europe, .
I the stock'markets are closed and selected by the governor "I got the ." and moments
sentenced to five additional
and what for the most serious factor never taken a look at our own
foreigners spend single '
of the Memorial before the Florida Named Head
in observance goes in Circuit Court later "but I got the
prison by wrong
years
travel in the U. S. will be the in the balance of payments country. Bar's board of Naples "
Day holiday. governors in
one.
John A. H. here
Judge Murphree
worst in history this picture because this situationis
year. As travel agents and repre- Saturday. If it is approved, 'yesterday. Guard J. F. Moody testified

It'll probably amount to well not improving. We simply' sentatives of tourist facilities, the plan is expected to be sub- The convict Vincent Corrie that he had seen the defendantand t Of Ag Post
afford these increases Roy
cannot
over $1.6 billion, be the most we can substantially increase mitted to the next Legislature.The found after another convict in an intimate
Dade was guilty jury
indefinitely.
County crucial factor in our continuing appeals to foreigners to see the executive committee of situation the night before
trial of 6f assaultingand
What can we do to control charges In Hastings
balance of payments de U. S. A. Today foreign govern the council of 100 went on recordin stabbing guard Russell Merrill the assault, and that when he
1 the tourist ? Plenty.As
Asks SpeedupOn ficit.This businessmen gap we can invite ments and tourist organizations favor of the proposal Thurs. with a knife on Oct. 11, 1963. found the pair together on Oct.
is the grim outlook despite more international conventions spend an estimated minimumof day.Under Public Defender R. A. GreenJr. 11 and tried to separate them, HASTINGS Dr. Dale R.

Highways the fact that foreign tray meetings and seminars $40 million a year to per the proposal, voters ., represented Corrie. a dispute followed. Hensel has been appointed headof

el in the U. S. has skyrocketedin to our country instead of suade Americans to go abroad. would get a chance only to ap- The case for the state, pres- State witnesses included the Agricultural Experiment

TALLAHASSEE AP) recent years. Last month, holding virtually all such meet I Our private public total is prove or reject men selected for George E. Tisdale Moody, Stations' Potato Investigations

Dade County asked the State the number of European visitors -ings abroad. In 1964 a total of only $12.6 million to persuade the bench. No other name would J. E. Edwards, R. H. Williams, Laboratory here.

Road Board Thursday to speedup here was 56.5 per cent foreigners to come here. Yet appear on the ballotA Merritt, L. H. Carmichael, J.
2,300 international meetings are Dr. J. R. Beckenbach
the construction schedule on above April a year ago and the we have the most modern regional committee, cover I Death P. Jones and several convicts. director
scheduled, and the U. S. participates of the
several highway jobs, starting number of all foreign visitors in at least one-third of "tourist plant" in the world, ing the same area that judicial The jury was composed of research University of Florida

them before the year is out. excluding Canadians and could accommodate double the circuits now occupy, would nom Amos E. Howard, B. C. Hicks, organization, made
them. Yet, we're slated to be the
Mexicans was up 37.2 per number of visitors without strainon inate three candidates, and the F. S. Spires, Steve L. Parrish, announcement naming Hen-
*No direct reference was madeto host shockingly at only 60 meet- Count sel associate soils chemist in
existing facilities.No governor would select one. Delbert H. Croft and Warren L.
the fact that the Bryant Administration cet.This ings! We should be getting a charge.Dr. .
is the prospect despitethe urgent "Buy American"tourist The judge could be removedby Hersey.In .
minimum of 150, along with the
will leave office and forecast by United States million would drive is necessary and a vote of rejection, or by a a Gideon case yesterday, Hensel replaces Dr. A. H.

that the Democratic nominee, Travel Service Director John $100 here. participants none of us need violently special statewide watchdog com George Stanley, who had been Eddins, who retired last year I

Haydon Burns, was expected to Black that, "We may have as spend As businessmen, we also can change his vacation habits. mittee. The watchdog commit. BeginsBy given 10 years on an escape after 35 years of service to the

take over as next governor. many as one million foreign business But If, just ,a fraction of us tee could also give the judge a charge, pleaded guilty and re- vegetable industry.A .
Burns won the nomination in a visitors to the U. S. this year, hold more of our own would keep these points in mindas private reprimand if it considered ceived a'7-year sentence.

bitter fight with Mayor Robert drawn by the New York World's conventions and seminars at we make our convention his conduct poor. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS In other circuit court actions, native of Indiana, Dr. Hen-

King High of Miami. Fair lower international air ders attractive instead spots within of our bore plans, our travel plans, our Under Florida's present setup, Traffic deaths during the ear the following cases were disposed sel, 33, came to Florida in 1960as
exportingthem
The Dade County delegation, fares and extensive 'Visit the -and the millions of dollars transportation arrangements, the only action-outside of defeats ly hours of the Memorial Day of: an assistant soils chemist at

headed by County Mayor Chuck U. S. A.' promotions abroad." the spend.As we could be mighty factors in at the polls-that can be holiday weekend today appeared Lenwood Pattmon, attempt to the Hastings laboratory His
participants
Hall, asked that work be started With foreign visitors spendingan travelers restraining the increases in our taken against a judge is im running below normal. i escape, one year sentence; Ray research has involved the
we can
,
before Jan. 1 on a $714,000 average $375 each when they dollars into the plus instead pour of tourist gap. In time we might peachment. That requires a trial Reports from across the nation mond Jones, same offense and search for better management

bridge for an access road to come here, foreign tourism may the minus side of the inter, even reverse the trend and by the Senate and is rarely sue showed six persons killed in same sentence; Earl Hoffman, practices on potatoes and the

the Aerojet General Develop- put a respectable $375 million national balance start narrowing the gap. cessful. traffic accidents since the start possession of weapon two study of fertility requirements

ment in Dade County. The into the U. S. economy in 1964. sheet payments American The nominating committee of the holiday period at 6 p.m. years; Clyde Thomas Bra d. for potato growing soils. He is
simply by choosing
group also urged an early startof Nevertheless, the blunt factis planes and boats to take would be composed of three lawyers (local time) Thursday. Highway shaw, escape, three years; a graduate of Purdue and Rut

construction on numerous that an all-time peak of us abroad. Today only 49.8 Holley selected by the local bar, fatalities during the first four Chester Allen, Robert W. Day gers Universities.

other bridges spanning drain- 2.75 million of us are scheduled cent of airlines per three citizens appointed by the months this year averaged more
us use our own
canals. to go abroad this year, governor and subject to Senate than 110 a day for a record highof E. German Chief's Moscow
age and ships. In contrast, 80 IssueIs
per Says
about triple the total of visitors approval and the chief justice of 13,350.
cent of European travelers uses !
Dade County's requests were: ;to our shores. The estimate i the Florida Supreme Court, who The National Safety Council

the most extensive of any laid we'll spend well over 1963's record foreign carriers.As TaxesMIAMI would vote only in case of ties. said that between 410 and 490 Trip Stirs SpeculationMOSCOW

before the road board at its $2.5 billion, at least six travelers, we can try to be The watchdog committee persons may be killed in traffic

public hearing on the tentative ,times what foreigners will as enthusiastic about seeing our would be composed of two members accidents during the 78-hour holiday (AP) East Ger- Premier Khrushchev and President

work program for the next I spend here. own country as we are about I (AP- Rep. Charles of the district court of ap- period which ends at mid man Communist leader William I Leonid I. Brezhnev rushedup

year. Holley Republican nominee for peals, two circuit judges, one night Sunday. I Ulbricht arrived in Moscow today to him and kissed him on
governor, says the principal is- county judge two lawyers with The council estimates that both cheeks.
Most of the projects already sue in his campaign with Hay. with a big fanfare and a
at least eight experienceand more than 83 million cars will
years
were listed in the testative budget Defense don Burns will be taxes. of that First Deputy Premier Anas-
SpendingDrop two citizens who have been be on the move sometime during; flurry speculation some-
that
asked
and the delegation tas I. Mikoyan and others In
; thing is in the wind-possibly a
the .
living in Florida at least five holiday period. ;
in Holley told
the work actually be started a news conference new Berlin crisis. the, Soviet hierarchy also greet.
The record high traffic death
the next year Thursday that under Burns, the years. ed him warmly. An honor guardof
The State Board of Control Estimated Democratic nominee $100 million On this committee, the State toll for a Memorial'Day holiday Ulbricht is a frequent visitorto Soviet soldiers, sailors and

also said it needed $1 million in new taxes will be enact Supreme Court would select the period was, 462 over four daysin the Soviet capital but seldomif airmen stood ramrod straight.The .

worth of road work at the university L ed in the next two years to car- judge members, the governorthe 1961. The record high for a ever has he received such a national anthems of both
I citizen members and the three-day observance of Memorial -
system for which no ry out programs launched by welcome as today. His cere- countries were played. Khrushchev
was provided. He anti Sfrui tJnrk E imr1t current fiscal year and the next by the last Legislature. Holley state bar the lawyer members. Day was 371 in 1958. monial sendoff from East Berlin I and Ulbricht spoke
money EDWIN L. DALE JR. fiscal year to a slower rate of The record low was 204 in
By
said he could
cipated requests for the next lighten the load was equally elaborate. with briefly.
administration procurement than had been Ban
The
WASHINGTON an- Smoking
would total $1.2 million. through government economy. 1948.An infantrymen goose-stepping to
year The Board took no action on now estimates that defense ticipated when the budget was Associated Press survey, old Prussian marches and dozens They both expressed confidence

but said they wouldbe spending will drop to $50.4 prepared.The Holley, leader of the minority TORONTO (AP-A committee made for comparative purposes, of diplomats on hand. Ulbricht's 16-day state

any studied requests during the next ,billion, military foreign aid included budget document fore- bloc in the 1963 House, said his of the Canadian Medical As- showed 418 traffic deaths in the visit will prove useful, but gave

month.- : in the fiscal year beginning saw defense Democratic opponent will need sociation plans to seek a ban on nonholiday weekend of May 14- The Communist chief, flyingin I no hint on the reason for the
July 1. aid spending, including more votes than he got in last smoking by performers on Canadian 17, extending over a period of on a Soviet airliner with 'trip. It is the first time one of

This would be a drop of military the of $52.3 billion in Tuesday's primary if he is to television. The ban'would 78 hours, similar to the Memorial fighter escort, was beaming as 'I his junkets here has been billedas
current fiscal
Today about $2 billion from the peak June 30. This estimate year has, ending been win in November. not extend to cigarette commer- Day period. he stepped out of the plane. a state visit.

rate of spending reached in the cut to $51.4 billion. For the next Holley predicted he will get

In HistoryBy last half of calendar 1963. fisal yen the original estimateof two-to-one majorities in Pinellas

The to the new House estimates Ways were and given $51.2 billion has been reduced and Broward counties, half, the Vegetable Growers See What's New '

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS tentatively to $50.4 billion. vote in Dade and that Orange
Means Committee in closed ses-
Today is Friday, May 29, the week Kermit Gordon County will go "heavily Republican" -
:sion earlier this by said the drop in defense it did in 1960.
150th day of 1964. There are 216 I Gordon, the director of the spending in both fiscal as

:lays left in the year. :budget Gordon stressed that years has been almost exactly "We will run strongly on both In Packaging Research at Field Day

Today's highlight in history: ,the estimate for the next fiscal offset by larger-than-expected coasts and in the central area," ,- .,

On this date in 1765, Patrick year, which represents a dropof 'spending for farm programs.,the St. Petersburg legislator
Henry introduced in the Virginia $800 million from the figure I Farm estimates are notably un(\said. By MEL SHARPE reports on latest research findings ening, he said. Drs. D. H. Habeck and R. E.

House of Burgesses a resolution -estimated in the January bud-'certain. Growers attending the University by members of the Vege- Dr. D. D. Gull reported that Waites explained that they have

that the Virginia Assembly get, was still "highly conjec Holley said he differs with of Florida's annual veg table Crops Entomology Soils he has found the shelf-life and started experiments on the con-
have the sole right to levy taxes tural" Changes in other programs, up Burns on the civil rights issue : and Agricultural Engineering trol of corn earworm on sweet
etable field day here yesterday color retention of Southern
Virginians.On and down, are now expected to only in the method of fightingit Departments. peas corn and the control of corn
on Thursday the Aerospace Industries produce a drop of $100 millionin and that as a native Floridian heard latest research reports on I can be greatly increased by earworm and

this Rhode date Island ratified Association of America the current fiscal year and "I feel an emotional resis- Southern peas, saw examplesof ;. I>r. V. F. Nettles told the the use of sulfur dioxide. In peppers. They are armyworms also workingon on
In 1790
issued a statement saying $600 million in the next fiscal tance to integration." packaging materials fo r group that the largest early and studies this year, he is determining the control of the pickleworm
the Constitution.In that a relatively small employ- for the over-all budget These beans and corn and enjoyed a. total marketable yields oft the duration of exposureand
1848 Wisconsin was admit ment decline of 6.6 per cent in over-all figures were disclosedby Holley added that he would luncheon featuring fresh sweet watermelons were obtained by concentration of sulfur di- on squash.

ted to the Union as the 30th all branches combined was expected the White House last week. discourage violence while Burns corn, cucumbers and tomatoes., seeding 0,transplanting in combination oxide needed. Reporting on his Southern
would studies Dr. A. P. Lon:
it peas
state. last encourage More than 100 re, with black or
in the period from Thursday Eugene P. Foley, growers plastic
Peterson the research was cov said Southern in various
Maximilian George Republican Strawberry peas
In 1864 Emperor
September to next September.Of head of the Small Business Administration searchers and area agriculturalextension :[ transplanting and hot caps.
landed at Vera Cruz Mexico.In nominee in 1960, got 40.2per ered by Dr. S. J. Locascio who stages of ,purification of types
this 3.% per cent had already announced his personnel attendedthe I Highest early yield of cantaloupes -
Industries cent of the"Ote that definite increase are now being subjected to
War
U.S. a
1918, the against reported
taken place through March. agency plans governmentindustry field day at the Agricultural was obtained be said,
Farris Bryant, Holley said, "and in production was Fusarium wilt-infested son and
Board was created by strawberry
said the decline Station's horticultural
The statement the Is selected for resistance. Growerswere
President Woodrow Wilson. party stronger now. obtained with coated fertilizers
concentrated business firms harmed unit.
was among by de- using transplants.
In 1943, American forces defeated when broadcast When using able to observe his field
producers of missiles and partsa fense spending cutbacks. The program opened with a I I '
the Japanese at Attu Island drop that had long been expected I Racial Inquiry welcome by Dr. F. S. Jamison, Discussing the post-harvest the broadcast application high- plots which included recent releases I 1'

In the Aleutian chain. as missile procurement Swedish Probe head of the Vegetable Crops Department : handling of tomatoes, Dr. B.,D. est yields were obtained when Producer, Climax and I
I
Ten years ago-Seven alleged I began to taper off. Employment GEORGETOWN, British Guiana and director of vegetable Thompson said results last year mulch was applied immediately Topset as wen as two prospective (

Communist, party leaders were I in firms producing for the STOCKHOLM (AP-The) government (AP)-The British Guiana research for the Experiment -,showed fruit harvested' 21 days after fertilizing he said. Dr. J. new releases to be named
arrested in New York City and after flowering failed to G. A. FisteD is working with Fiona-earn and Snapea. Dr. L.
ripen
;space program Is still increas- is investigating several government will set up a com Stations. Mason E.Marvel,, 11
New Haven, Conn., on chargesof ;ing, the statement said. other security suspects within mission to investigate racial via.1 -, associate vegetable crop spec-. at any temperature. Tomatoesharvested Locascio on studies with water I H. Halsey is also doing extensive

:conspiracy to advocate the I Gordon in **;* t*7r*""y p* *K.' C. >J-H ,.!":!.-- ., -W-... 9f tn-.!" !!' ..."';-!! nvp i feljct with )h. Agrv-uMv J F.*, 30 days or later colored melons. Fiskell reported on I research with Southern ,

-.:- "tcrtru! af the g..'.-r- uiuuica decline in the defense I[lion in the wake of the Wenner- persons were killed and 178 I tension Service presided ovez' in direct proportion to the trials involving copper and lime peas and joined Dr. Lon: in reporting

I ispending I estimate in both the strom spy scandaL homes destroyed Sunday night. the program which consisted ol; holding temperature before rip application. I on performance. \

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$3 AGAIN! BILUON-O4E CHANGE ttlL05T.? .: 6EUEVE ANCONEViti }( d'

.S What' your problem? For a lta- 00 THAT WE AUGHT WIN- Hz -1 .

Ifs Foolishness aral reply write to Abby Box 3365. .. Ii t

Beverly Hills Calif., 'OZ1%. and { 1i h

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DEAR ABBY: In June of 1962 I was visiting a friend who would put it oat of my mind immediately. H you want further SAY-OUR KIDS' ARE.50 NUTS,

is an older woman and a member of my church. While sittingon reassurance, visit your doctor for a thorough checkup.. c\ ( 1 WANT SllEO'j MORE ABOUT SUCED SUOBBOVlA,

her front porch she looked down at my hands and a very And ask him to give special attention to your chest and 1 ANOTHER WANT C SLOB OVI A.'/ ALL KIDS WILL DE.V BE; 1

frightened look came across her face. She then proceeded to respiratory system, don't tell him why or he might send you SLICE.OF THERECUGHTA MILLIONS rr r,,
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tell me that the lines on my hands revealed that I should! to a psychiatrist. SLOBBOVIA//
watch out for chest and respiratory infections. Then she saidI *

should not sing in the church choir because of this possible DEAR ABBY: Last Christmas my husband and I received

chest trouble. But what bothers me most is that she told me gifts from his brother and sister-in-law, who are over in I MOMENT FnR

I could expect some very bad luck in the summer of 1965.I Germany. I fooled around and never did get around to ;

just can't shake this thought and am walking around likea writing to thank them. Is there anything I can do now?

condemned woman. Should I believe her? Would you callit EMBARRASSED = r:

witchcraft? DEAR EMBARRASSED: Yes. You can write and apologize < Ifrt

CONDEMNED for your tardiness, and thank them. Better late than
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_DEAR CONDEMNED: I would call it "NO:! EN8E"_ andFRIDAY never. ..... i'(

8:30 O Robin Hood l 8:30 O DefendersDramaPopeye -, .

and Bozo "The Fine Line." Prominent -

(color) attorney Bernard Maxwell THANKV PER NOSY -- I

o ':90 Q Supercar is charged with felonious TH'TALK ?INTH'// REM4NDlN'ME.PAW! FF L tr l( I II

f B Alvin assault, and the ensuing Mly SETTLEMENT IS( IGOTTOTROT OVER F I
9:30 O CO (Color) Ruff and trial focuses a THAT ELV1NEY V TO HER HOUSE AN w r r

Reddy spotlight on some of, GOT HER A NEW> BORRY CUP OF s j

u s O Tennessee Tuxedo the questionable methods I'I'i i

10:00 O O Hector Heathcote Maxwell used in past legal CORSETTODAYtHEVRE ; ?

O Quick Draw McGraw triumphs. Script by Har
10:30 Q CD Fireball XL-5 old Gast. Preston: E. G.IE

O Mighty Mouse MarshalL Ken: Robert

11:00 O CD Dennis The Menace Reed. m
EVENING bile, it was an innovation.
O Ranger Hal O Joey Bishop ::JrrJ
5:00 O Best of Groucho 9:30 O Twilight Zone-Drama
11:30 O CD Fury 9:00 Q CD Movie
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O Adventures In "The Fear. At a se- z
the
at
Saturday Night
Paradise eluded mountain cabin a O Roy Rogers
Movies
5:25 Q Moments in Sports state trooper and a fashion 12:00 O O: Bull Winkle Saturday: Night at the'

5:30 O designer are terrified D Sky King
Newscope
Movies: "Something of I AND HE'S DOESN'T
5:55 CD Local News by a mysterious! "thing" 12:30 Q CD Baseball Value." ((1957) This film OOPS AND THEY DON? MOTIONING 1 WANT US THAT KNOWING BUILT THEY LASER HAVE JUST LIKE HOME V5

6:00 O News, Spts., Wethr. outside that IS. flashing Dodgers vs. Pirates is based on Robert Ruark's WANT US TO LAND WHERE THE US TO TO PARK. BEAM' WE DARE NOT PINCHED BVA
O Sunshine Almanac lights and making loud 1:15 O Baseball novel about the Mau Mau OTHER SPACE COUPE FOLLOW HIM. /T DISOBEY HIM. TRAFFIC COP.

6:15 0 Channel Five News noises. Script by host Rod Reds vs. Cardinals. uprising in Kenya. The

6:30 O News-Walter Serling. 3:00 O To Be Announced terrorist 'raids cause the .

Cronkite O CD That Was. the CD Adventure Theater final split between young t eke

Holiday Time. Week That-,Was-:.Satire : 3:30 O Science Fiction colonist Peter McKenzie UEc

Q O News-Huntley- The TWSers are scheduled Theater and his friend Kimani. <

Brinkley to appraise the literary 3:55 O To Be Announced. Rock Hudson, Sidney

7:00 O Silent Service scene; explore the inequities 4:00 O Men Into Space. Poitier, Dana Wynter,

O Death Valley Days of the bail system; CD Wrestling Wendy Hiller.
O Our Schools Have
O Compass Rose- and deliver a broadside atm da Blake. e OULOMr1
Glenn Reeves-Music the American housewife. Kept Us Free. 9:30 O Phil Silvers.
7:15 O Friendly Giant (Special Color) The role of Attractive Nancy Otis has 1 1Q
10:00 O Alfred Hitchcock
public education in American
long been a close friend -
7:30 Q International Ned Murray, hard work-
Showtime history is documented of the Bartell twins, and
ing and promising criminal -
in the of
"The Innsbruck Ice Re- has speeches lameveryone wonders which ITHOUGHTITWOULD ANNOt1NCE HAVEN? THEY DID A
lawyer just won
ous Americans and in one she'll marry. Matt: BE A GOOD WAY TO WHAT? YOU SEEN GOOD JOft WONT
vue, taped in Australia, a gratifying victory a films and paintings. AlexJames Arness. Festus DAgWHYDIDYOU ANNOUNCE IT TO OUR / fTi THEY; KATE*
first show in a series of jury acquitted his client, : PICK UPflLL THOSE FRIENDS IN OTHER 1
ander Scourby narrates as Ken Curtis. Kitty: Aman- = NO'S
COPIES KATE
Skaters OF THENEWSPAPER CITIES, g
reruns. perform Lew Rydell, of a murder I ? T 7
film clops show school 10:00 O Gnnsmoke Iz ? a
"Carnival in Venice"number I tfe4It
"a charge. But for Murray,
from pioneer and Civil 11:00 O DetectivesWar < Ife tr
"S o 10m e's a man of impeccable integrity days down to .F .,z S : Ofl1q
our
O CD News, Sports
Dance, a Viennese waltz and a profound be- modern public schools. Weather 1. 1 OqnN

and acrobatic routines. lief in justice, the joy of 4:30 O Outlaws I
11:30 O Movie
Don Ameche is the host. triumph is short-lived. o
Ry O Amateur Hour "
"Tension. ((1949)) An unfaithful :
Great Adventure b"w.
O dell.aware, that he can't"The 5:00 O Maverick i a '
wife and a seemingly -
Death of Sitting be tried twice for the CD Porter Wagner meek I
become
pharmacist -
Bull" first of a two-part same crime laughly ad-
5:30 CD Wilburn Brothers involved in murder. :
episode. It's been 14 mits that he is
really guilty. -
O Sports Special:
Richard Basehart, Audrey I .
years since Sitting Bull +1oi .crrarNI
Fifth Annual Charlotte
d Charisse
Totter Cy ,
defeated Custer at the I
O CD Jack Paarr Motor Speedway MaraBarry Sullivan Lloyd ,
Little Bighorn, and now a 11:00 O News Wethr.. Spts. thon.
fanatical cult called the O News Gough. I BJ-ONPIE.YOU Il |R BECAUSE II rve GOT
6:00 O News, Sports 11:45 O Movie WHY CANT SHE 1
KNOW
7 I HATE
"Ghost Dancers" wants ID Local News (color) Weather V THIS CEREAL- I( COOKIE IS A BETTER SAVE THECEREAL
"The Maltese Falcon. SAVING THE IDEA
AND
Sitting Bull to lead the 11:25 O Movies ( WHY DO YOU -
BOX TOPS
O Fishing Fun 3 TLL EAT
((1941)) Private detective V. KEEP
suppressed Indian nations 1. "Crashout." Melodrama BUYING F THE BOX '
(
CD:News, :Sports Uti
in Sam Spade sets.out to find 4 5 a fr TOPS? 1I
an uprising. 1955)) Six
; escaped 6:15 O News, Sports, the person responsible for
O What's New convicts try to reach a Weather i r ri
the death of his partner. 1-
Duties of the steamboat fortune in coin which had 6:30 I
O Password ;
j Humphrey Bogart, Mary e
captain; the chimpanzee, been hidden by the lead- CD Flintstones I
Astor
Sydney Green-
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orangutan and woolly er of the break prior to 6:45 0 News t
street, Peter Lorre. Direc- A I
monkey: photographing his imprisonment. William 7:00 O Jimmy Strickland ted by John Huston.I I I1/I
z [IiI
and framing. Bendix, Arthur Ken- CD Combat! CD Movie Double : IiJ I
8:00 O Art Farmer's liam Talman, Gene Evan _
"Anatomy of a Patrol.! Feature
8:00 O Jazz Casual nedy, Luther Adler, Wile I M& 21 M 1 "---T.
Saunders' and
squad a 1. "Kiss the Blood off My = = = :=
Quartet. Evans, Marshall Thomp- German patrol are both Hands." (Drama; 1948)) A I !}'. : 9
8:30 0 Family Life son, Beverly Michaels, '
sent on the same mission: young man, phycholog-
O Route 66 Gloria Talbott. 2. .Am- Bring back the pilot and ically disturbed because of
O CD Bob Hope Drama bush at Cimarron Pass."
film from a U.S. reconhis be-
war experiences, NO-EVE SINCE THIS LETTER
(Color) "The Sojourner," (Western; 1958)) A Union I APPRECIATE AIL THE I,
naissance plane downed comes involved in a HELP YOUVE GNEN ME-.. CAME. YESTERDAY, I'VE BEEN WONDERING
adapted by Stirling SiIUsoldier has to team MRS.WORTH...I-m LLAVlNfi HOW 1 COULD BREAK THE NEWS THAT
up in no man's land. Saunseries of crimes. Set in THAT'S HNE.DEEDCE AND I HOPE YOU'RE NOT ,
phant from one of the with an ex-Confederate ders: Vic Morrow. Kirby: London. Joan Fontaine, == HERE!-r11E BEEN ACCEPTED- ATI YOU NEED THE ".WELL...MIFFED-"! YOU WOULD HAVE TO MOVE!
stories in Carson THE STAGE DOOR CLUB -A SORT
McCulwhen
attackedlers' COMPANY OF GIRLS
they are Jack E-c I
Hogan. Burt Lancaster Robert i
OF BO ARD I NG-HOUSE FOR GIRL* '
"The Ballad of the YOUR AGE!
by Apaches. Scott Brady, Q Circus Boy Newton, Lewis L. Russell. =:: WORKING M THE THEATERJ-AND! = u y
Sad Cafe. Called home Margia Dean, Clint East 7:30 Q Lieutenant 2."The Mad Doctor of O WITH MY HOSTESS JOB-I! CAN, ( ,
because of his father'sfailing wood, Irving Bacon. O Jackie Gleason Market Street." (Melodrama PAY: MY: WAY NOW ;

health, foreign cor, 11:30 Q CD Johnny Carson Jackie's opening monolog ; 1942). When a

respondent Jchn Ferris! 1:00 CD Broadway Goes Latin is interrupted by Marcel ship sinks in the South

I recalls the events that"led SATURDAYto the Butler (Sid Fields); Seas, one lifeboat lands ?f.
the collapse of his mar 7:00 O Union Pacific Rum Dum
plays a pinball safely on a tropical island.
I riage. Bob Hope is the O.English 102 machine and
I ... ; Reggie Van Among the survivors are < zv
host. "t04-i.: ': :", 7:30XO Sunday School Forum Gleason wrestles an alii a mad scientist, a woman s yrSTEYEI60655
9:00 Art And Man *... CD Comedy Capers"Alexander
Frank
"" gator. Fontaine, passenger and her niece,
Calder 8:00 O Across 'The Fence ,. June! Taylor Dancers, and a prizefighter. Lionel

neer in Space. When O Captain Kangaroo Sammy Spear orchestra. Atwill, Claire Dodd, Una NOW I WANT WHAT A501TT THE ON-YOU DIDN'1 I DIDN r5AYI I'M AFRAIPxxnts*
Colder introduced the motD Ramar of the Jungle 8:00 CD Outer Limits MerkeLSMILE I WANTED TO YOU TO CARRY WIFE AND KIDS TELL A1E.' I1HAD A FAMILY TDO KKE A TOO fCK
LAREEYO'J MUST SAVE Tilt Me A\VAVCWA BACK HOME3
6E55 I-OH -I JUST WANTED THESE INTEMATICNAU
:; KNOW HOW IMFfcRTANTYOIRWCRK WCRL.D VMTU WHITE CHARSEK -CE;! TO SEE YOUR gfi- MON Y5HlNESj
A SHCKTHANI -AND LET THE irtif /
ACTioN YOU
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I' country of Nonamura in central] OF TRANSPORTATION SPECIALISTS -nel's advice and the equipmentwas _
A month later a U.S. Air
Africa started having troubles
AT ONCE AS WAR sent with a division of ad-
with tribes in the north, it asked GOING BADLY IN NORTH.'. visors from Ft. Benning, Ga., Force four-star general who

the American ambassador for The transportation specialists commanded by a majorgeneral. had replaced the admiral, wired I LOOK AI '

advice. commanded by a major, show the State Department: ''CORI I>_t 1T+OSr F.APy _lrrzrcGe axe. s s' P arra rw u:>i % 1 v

The American ambassadorsaid .ed up and after studying the He no more than got settled RUPT MILITARY JUNTA REPLACED I 5 3t2ta. X M TWCat-caKW3' ''

he didn't know much about I situation the major cabled back: when he shot off a wire to the BY PRO-WEST NON- I,,; wehr2; WriAT :y1(? resoloa eesM

military affairs, but perhaps the "IN ORDER TO MAKE USE Joint Chiefs of Staff: "IMPOS AMURA COLONELS. WE MUST I.-

United States, as a gesture of OF WEAPONS CARRIERS AND ,SIBLE MAKE ANY HEADWAYIN BACK THEM IF WE HOPE TO

friendship, would send a military TRUCKS I STRONGLY ADVISE I NONAMURA WITHOUT AIR DEFEAT REBELS." o d o O ej I

advisor to straighten out IMMEDIATE DISPATCH OF SUPPORT. STRONGLY ADVISE By this time Congress and the I J

, the matter. TANKS. OTHERWISE CANNOT YOU SEND TWO press were getting interested.

A U. S. army sergeant was GUARANTEE_ NONAMURA SQUADRONS OF F-205, FIGHTER We had 200,000 military advisors I; c

i dispatched from Tripoli. In a ARMY VICTORY." | AIRCRAFT PLUS TRAIN in Nonamura. The President

'' few days he wrote his superiors One hundred tanks with 990 J ING PERSONNEL. I did the only thing he could i rvi 1 ) 5

: "I am shocked to find tank experts, commanded by a (CANNOT BE RESPONSIBLEFOR do under the circumstances. He :J

Nonamura soldiers still using colonel, were shipped in. Unfortunately 1 WHAT HAPPENS WITHOUT sent his Secretary of Defense to !

poison darts, spears and World while the colonelwas < e'/ give him a first-hand report. The

War I rifles. Urge immediate setting up the tank school, Th sent two Secretary cabled the President
: PATTI THIS lAE HE PHONED AND 60TH GARY WELL,WHAT ARE YOU STAMPING
I shipment of up-to-date smallarms" the rebel tribesmen overran a squadrons of jet aircraft and "WAR GOING WELL BUT WELL.rMGLAP WEAK APOLOGIZE/FRANKlY I STILL TWNK: ) AND I AKOUNP FORf .6ET TO WORK'WE

government position and stole.an entire training wing suppliedby NONAMURA NEEDS MORE THAT M1LLEfDS..ANDro YOU HE SHOI.D-6E! FIRS'...BOT PATTT5 / APPRECIATE HAVE A BUSY PAY AHEAD GF US: ,
The request was approved and most of the weapons supplied.1 the Navy and headed up bya MILITARY AID AND LACKS M,1 CAM 6E CERTAIN It.L &K. THIS, MR. ...
LEEDS.
the Nonamura army not only by the U. S. vice-admiraL ONLY $124 MILLION. TALK TO GARY"

received surplus American (The rest were sold at bargain Unfortunately at that moment This was immediately voted

small arms but three advisors, prices to the rebels by a corrupt :i the Nonamura government by Congress. .,-
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led by a.captain to see they minister of defense.) :i was overthrown and re- In spite of everything things iI

were used properly.The The colonel flew back to plaeedby!l' a military junta. The still aren't going too well in a

captain and advisors dis-t Washington to make a report. admiral cabled Washington* Nonamura. Just the other day ,

tributed the small arms, but He' advised the Pentagon to re- '"CORRUPT CIVILIAN GOVERNMENT the President received a request ..'
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realized that if they were to be plenish the stolen weapons and 1 REPLACED BY from the Joint Chiefs of .'-. I

effective the Nonamura army while they were at it, to include SERIOUS NONAMURA GEN- Staff. All it said was: "WOULD'f..,

. would'need transportation. The some flame-throwers 1 ERALS. STRONGLY URGE YOU HAVE, ANY OBJECTIONIF =.-.... e++ HlsKae, 1i
The; captain cabled: "PLEASE rockets, anti-aircraft guns,. and 'YOU RECOGNIZE AT ONCE WE LENT NONAMURA .- !
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( ) 3fau \ ark eimra per cent for health care, be-

cause of continuing increases in
POMFRET
By JOHN D.
Fees Golf Greens medical and hospital fees, and
on ,
WASHINGTON Average 10.4 per cent of recreation be- Alachua County's first poultry t
exhibit and show will begin } G
consumer prices edged up of higher prices for
slightly last month, the Labor Add to Recreation Costscould I movie admissions and golf tomorrow at 10 a. m. at the
Gainesville Livestock Market
Department reported Thursday. green fees.Health .
Despite the gain, the rate of The show is open for entry
!I care and recreation of birds to all vocational agri- )
increase in so
prices
far this consumer has been lower have been purchased for security and federal income taxes .I costs have risen by nearly 2.5Per culture and 4 H Club boys. .r. I

year $10 in the 1957-59 period. stood at $91.22 for a factory I' cent in the last year, compared There will be four categories: x
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than in the last two years. ,' W *
I with a rise of 1.5 per centin hens, pullets cockerels and 1 .. <' "
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three f
More than a million workers The price index has risen worker with dependents I '! '" ,, >" '' .
,, the index as a whole. roosters. :! 'f, :;0.
will receive pay increase of onepercent two-tenths of a point since Dec and $83.49 for a worker with no( :,,: "' >.
an hour because of the ember. In the same period last dependents. In each case, there Apparel prices rose 0.3 per A grand champion bird will :' >
in the gain of 33 cents over the be selected from among the a ;. :
rise over the quarter year it went up four-tenths ofa was a cent last month, largely becauseof
consumer prices. About 800,000of point and in 1962, seventenths.The March figure-the previous high. an increase in the cost of four dividions. The owner of the '

; these are' in the automobile men's suits and slacks. champion bird will receive a $5 .
level of the index Gross average weekly earn- cash award and a rosette. Les- .Z
April '
and
industry, 100,000 in farm Food price in the aggregate :
construction equipment manu- was a new high, as it usuallyis ings of production workers in remained unchanged in April, ter Kalch, Agricultural Exten- #1 r1 .

facturing, 65,000 in aerospace when the index rises. April were $101.81. This was 60 although there was considerable sion Service poultryman, will

aria 45,000 in miscellaneous met- Net spendable earnings of fac- cents below the record level M change among individual items. be the judge. l lNorthMarionHonor
in December. Spendable The public is invited to take
alworking. tory workers also reached a re-posted Prices of meats, poultry and !
!earnings are at a record ever part in an production
Higher prices for most con- cord, the agency reported. A! ,fish reached their lowest level egg judg-
small gain in hourly i i though gross earnings are not ing contest.
and average
sumer services, used cars since February of 1960. Pricesof
I because of the tax cut. The show is
II earnings accounted for the in- sponsored by
for and
responsible milk some
apparel were eggs, sugar Johnson end Faris, Inc. and
the rise of 0.1 per cent in the crease.In In the consumer services field, fresh vegetables also declined. will continue until 3 p. m. Sat- I

Bureau of Labor Statistics consumer April, weekly takehomepay the most important increaseslast Price of fresh fruits, potatoesand urday. I

price index in April. I after deduction for social month were those of 0.3 tomatoes and coffee rose. ] Grads
Part of the rise was caused t

by an increase in hotel and These North Marion High School seniors were selected for honors and along i

motel prices in and around New It BUSINESS MAA ET with their other classmates will be receiving their diplomas Monday night. 1.

York City presumabley be- They are, front row, from left, Janice Freimuth, Dixie McLauchlin, Laura

cause of increased demand for I Brown, Judy Dice, Pauline Krietemeyer and Gloria Jones; second row, from

accommodations due to the VI left, Bruce Blackwell, Lowell Slider, Ed die Hancock and Toby Anderson. An.

New York World's Fair -according REVIEW other honor graduate, not pictured, is Francis Collins Ray. (Sun photo by Buzz

to B. L. S. experts. _--. :Mixson)

The index in April was 107.8,,

taking the 1957-59 average as Council OKs
a base of 100. This means thatit +

cost $10.78 last month to buy YOUR MONEY'S NORTH'iT''orst Stabbing Conviction Extends

the goods and services that AppointingState



Markets Tourist Gap9 Ever Judges Raiford Convict Sentenceented

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HOLLYWOOD (AP) The By SAM McGARVEYSun by Asst. State Atty. Da- is and Eudell Vaughn, withholding -
of the Florida Council
CloseStock Bv Sylvia Porter leadership of 100 favors a plan to name- Staff Writer vid Anderson, included testimony support, 12 months each, unless [
LAKE BUTLER A Raiford I by an inmate that shortly regular payments made;
state judges without elections.
f other lands. In Black'swords convict who apparently "gol t after the crime Corrie returned Otis McCall, attempt to escape,
The "tourist gap" the difference Moreover, Black's glum prediction seeing
will not The which would have
listings appear I plan, "
to his bunk in dormitory
the one, was foundguilty I a one year.
"Millions of have wrong
between what we Amer- is that, The travel de- us
in Today's Sun since judges nominated by commit- in the East Unit and said
but we've of stabbing a guard 'and I ,
icans spend for travel abroad ficit will continue to grow. Thisis been all over Europe,
markets closedin tees and selected the "
the stock are by governor "I the. and
got moments
sentenced five additionalyears ]I
to
and what foreigners spend for the most serious single fac- never taken a look at our own
observance of the Mem- before the FloridaBar's Named Head
goes Circuit later, "but I got the
in CourtJudge
prison by wrong
travel in the U. S. will be the tor in the balance of payments country.
board of "
orial Day holiday. governors in Naples John A. H. Murphree here,, one.
worst in history this year. I picture, because this situationis As travel agents and repre-, Saturday. If it is approved, yesterday.The Guard J. F. Moody testified

It'll probably amount to well I not improving. We simply sentatives of tourist facilities, the plan is expected to be sub- convict Vincent Corrie that he had seen the defendant t, Of Ag Post
over $1.6 billion, be the most cannot afford these increases increase' mitted to the next Legislature.The Roy -:
we can substantially and another convict in an inti-
found after
Dade indefinitely. was guilty j jury
County crucial factor in our continu- appeals to foreigners to see the' executive committee of trial of 6f assaultingand mate situation the night before
What do to controlthe charges III
can
ing balance of payments de- we U. S. A. Today, foreign govern- the council of 100 went on recordin stabbing guard Russell Mer: the assault, and that when he HastingsHASTINGS
tourist ? Plenty.As .
Asks Speedup ficit.This businessmen gap we can in-I'.. ments and tourist organizations I favor of the proposal Thurs- ritt with a knife on Oct. 11, 1963. found the pair together on Oct.
is the grim outlook de- vite more international con spend an estimated minimumof day.Under Public Defender R. A. GreenJr. 11 and tried to separate them, Dr. Dale R.

On Highways spite the fact that foreign travel ventions, meetings and semi- $40 million a year to persuade i the proposal, voters ., represented Corrie. a dispute followed. Hensel has been appointed headof

in the U. S. has skyrocketedin nars to our country instead of Americans to go abroad. would get a chance only to ap- The case for the state, pres- State witnesses included the Agricultural Experiment

TALLAHASSEE (AP) -, recent years. Last month, holding virtually all such meet- Our private public total is prove or reject men selected for George E. Tisdale, Moody, Stations' Potato Investigations

Dade County asked the State the number of European visitors I ings abroad. In 1964 a total of only $12.6 million to persuade the bench. No other name would J. E. Edwards, R. H. Williams, Laboratory here.

Road Board Thursday to speedup here was 56.5 per cent foreigners to come here. Yet appear on the ballot Merritt, L. H. Carmichael, J.
international Dr. J.
2,300 meetings are R. Beckenbach director
the construction schedule on above April a year ago and the I' we have the most modern A regional committee, covering Death P. Jones and several convicts.
scheduled, and the U. S. part! of the of Florida
several highway jobs starting number of all foreign visitors in at least one-third of "tourist plant" in the world, the same area that judicial 1 The jury was composed of research University
them before the year is out. excluding Canadians and cipates could accommodate double the circuits now occupy, would nominate Amos E. Howard, B. C. Hicks, organization, made
them. Yet, we're slated to be the
Mexicans was up 37.2 per number of visitors without strainon three candidates, and the F. S. Spires, Steve L. Parrish, announcement naming Hen-
No direct reference was madeto host shockingly at only 60 meet- Count sel associate soils chemist in
existing facilities.No governor would select one. Delbert H. Croft and Warren L.
the fact that the Bryant Ad- cet.This ings! We should be getting a charge.Dr. .
is the prospect despitethe urgent "Buy American"tourist The judge could be removedby Hersey.In .
minimum of 150 along with the
,
ministration will leave office and forecast by United States million would drive is necessary and a vote of rejection, or by a a Gideon case yesterday, Hensel replaces Dr. A. H.

that the Democratic nominee, Travel Service Director John $100 participants none of us need violently special statewide watchdog com George Stanley, who had been Eddins, who retired last year
here.
Haydon Burns, was expected to Black that, "We may have as spend As businessmen, we also can' change his vacation habits. mittee. The watchdog committee Begins given 10 years on an escape after 35 years of service to the

take over as next governor. many as one million foreign But if, just ,a fraction of us could also give the judge a charge, pleaded guilty and received vegetable industry.
business
Burns won the nomination in a visitors to the U. S. this year, hold more of our own would keep these points in mindas private reprimand if it considered 7-year sentence.In .

bitter fight with Mayor Robert drawn by the New York World's conventions and seminars at we make our convention his conduct poor. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS other circuit court actions, A native of Indiana, Dr. Hen-

King High of Miami. Fair lower international air attractive ders instead spots within of exporting our bor- plans, our travel plans, our I Under Florida's present setup, Traffic deaths during the ear, the following cases were disposed -sel, 33, came to Florida in 1960as

The Dade County delegation, fares and extensive 'Visit the them -and the millions of dol- transportation arrangements, the only action-outside of de- ly hours of the Memorial Day. of: an assistant soils chemist at
Mayor Chuck U. S. A.' promotions abroad." we could be mighty factors in Feats at the polls-that can be holiday weekend today appeared Lenwood Pattmon, attempt to the Hastings laboratory. His
headed by County lars the spend.As .
Hall asked that work be started With foreign visitors spendingan participants restraining the increases in our taken against a judge is im- running below normal. escape, one year sentence; Ray- research has involved the
,
travelers
before. Jan. 1 on a $714,000 average $375 each when they dollars into the, we plus can instead pour of tourist gap. In time we might peachment. That requires a trial Reports from across the na, mond Jones, same offense and search for better management

bridge for an access road to come here, foreign tourism may the minus side of the international even reverse the trend and by the Senate and is rarely successful tion showed six persons killed in same sentence; Earl Hoffman, practices on potatoes and the

the Aerojet General Develop- put a respectable $375 million I balance start narrowing the gap. traffic accidents since the start t, possession of weapon, two study of fertility requirements

ment in Dade County. The into the U. S. economy in 1964.' payments The nominating committee of the holiday period at 6 p.m. years; Clyde Thomas Bra d- tor potato growing soils. He is

also urged an early startof Nevertheless the blunt fact sheet simply and by choosing boats to American takeus would be composed of three law- (local time) Thursday. Highway shaw, escape, three years;: a graduate of Purdue and Rutgers .

group construction on numerous is that an all-time peak of abroad.planes Today only 49.8 Holley yers selected by the local bar, fatalities during the first four. Chester Allen, Robert W. Dav-] Universities.

drain- 2.75 million of us are sched- per three citizens appointed by the months this year averaged more
other bridges spanning cent of us use our airlines
own
canals. uled to go abroad this year, governor and subject to Senate than 110 a day for a record highof E. German Chief's Moscow
age and ships. In contrast, 80 IssueIs
about triple the total of visitorsto per Says approval and the chief justice of 13,350.
cent of travelers
Dade County's requests were: our shores. The estimate is European use the Florida Supreme Court who The National Safety Council I

the most extensive of any laid we'll spend well over 1963's record foreign carriers. TaxesMIAMI would vote only in case of ties. said that between 410 and 490 I Trip Stirs SpeculationMOSCOW

before the road board at its $2.5 billion, at least six As travelers, we can try to be The watchdog committee persons may be killed in traffic

public hearing on the tentative times what foreigners will as enthusiastic about seeing our would be composed of two mem- accidents during the 78-hour hol- (AP) East German Premier Khrushchev and President

work program for the next spend here. own country as we are about I (APRep.. Charles bers of the district"court of ap- iday period which ends at mid- Communist leader William Leonid I. Brezhnev rushedup

year. Holley, Republican nominee for peals, two circuit judges, one night Sunday.The Ulbricht arrived in Moscow to- to him and kissed him on
governor, says the principal is- county judge, two lawyers with council estimates that both cheeks.
Most of the projects already sue in his campaign with Hay day with a big fanfare and a
at least eight experienceand more than 83 million cars will
years
Were listed in the testative budget Defense First Premier Anas-
Spending don Burns will be taxes. two citizens who have been be on the move sometime duringthe flurry of speculation that some- Deputy
and the delegation asked that tas I. Mikoyan and others in
; thing is in the wind-possibly a
,
living in Florida at least five holiday period.
the work actually be started in I Holley told a news conference The record r high' traffic death new Berlin crisis. the Soviet hierarchy also greeted
the next Thursday that under Burns, the years. him warmly. An honor guardof
The State year.Board of Control Estimated Democratic nominee, $100 million On this committee, the State toll for a Memorial'Day holiday Ulbricht is a frequent visitorto Soviet soldiers, sailors and

also said it needed $1 million Drop in new taxes will be enact- Supreme Court would select the period was 462 over four daysin the Soviet capital but seldom airmen stood ramrod straight.The .

worth of road work at the uni- ed in the next two years to car- judge members, the governorthe 1961.,The record high for a,. if ever has he received such a national anthems of both
citizen members and the three-day observance of Memorial '
system for which no I ry out programs launched by welcome as today. His ceremonial countries were played. Khru
versity I
Nrm Uork imt1t current fiscal year and the next the last state bar the lawyer members. Day was 371 in 1958.,
money was provided. He anticipated by Legislature. Holley sendoff from East Berlin shchev and Ulbricht spoke
fiscal to a slower rate of The record low 204 in
EDWIN L. DALE JR. year was I
By
said he could
requests for the next lighten the load was equally elaborate,. with briefly.
WASHINGTON The admin- procurement than had been an- Smoking Ban -
would total $1.2 million. through government economy. 1948.An infantrymen goose-stepping to
year Board took no action on istration now estimates that de- ticipated when the budget was Associated Press survey,, old Prussian marches and doz- They both expressed conft

The but said they wouldbe fense spending will drop to $50.4 prepared.The Holley, leader of the minority TORONTO (AP-A committee made for comparative purposes' ens of diplomats on hand. dence Ulbricht's 16-day state
any requests billion military foreign aid in- bloc in the 1963 House, said his of the Canadian Medical Association showed 418 traffic deaths in the; visit will prove useful, but gaveno
studied during the next budget document fore-
cluded, in the fiscal year begin- defense Democratic opponent will need plans to seek a ban on nonholiday weekend of May 14-. The Communist chief, flying hint on the reason for the
saw
month. ning July 1. spending, including more votes than he got in last smoking by performers on Canadian 17, extending over a period ol f: in on a Soviet airliner with trip. It is the first time one of
aid
This would be a drop of military the of $52.3 billion in Tuesday's primary if he is to television. The ban'would 78 hours, similar to the Memorial -, fighter escort, was beaming as his junkets here has been billedas

Today about $2 billion from the peak,I June current 30. This fiscal estimate year has, ending been win in November. not extend to cigarette commer- Day period. he stepped out of the plane. a state visit.

rate of spending reached in the 'cut to $51.4 billion. For the next Holley predicted he will get

In History last half of calendar 1963. 'fisal >er the original estimate two-to-one majorities in Pinellas

The new estimates were giv- :of $51.2 billion has been reduced and Broward counties, half the Vegetable Growers See What's New

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS en to the House Ways and tentatively to $50.4 billion. vote in Dade and that Orange
Means Committee in closed ses-
29, the II County will go "heavily Republican"
"Today is Friday May sion earlier this week by Ker- Gordon said the drop in defense as it did in 1960.
,
150th day of 1964. There are 216 mit Gordon the director of the i spending in both fiscal

:days left in the year. budget. Gordon stressed that years has been almost exactly "We will run strongly on both In Packaging Research at Field Day

Today's highlight in history: fiscal offset coasts and in the central ,
the estimate for the next by larger-than-expected area, '-" '-" V
On this date in 1765, PatrickHenry year, which represents a drop spending for farm programs. the St. Petersburg legislator
introduced in the Virginia -, of $BOO million from the figure Farm estimates are notably un-'\said. By MEL SHARPE reports on latest research findings ening, he said. j Drs. D. H. Habeck and R. E.

House of Burgesses a resolution estimated in the January budget -'certain. Growers attending the University by members 'of the Vege- Dr. D. D. Gull reported that Waites explained that they have

that the Virginia Assemblyhave was still "highly conjec- Holley said he differs with of Florida's annual vegetable table Crops, Entomology, Soils he has found the shelf-life and :started experiments on the control
the sole right to levy taxes: tural" Changes in other programs, up Burns on the civil rights issue and Agricultural Engineering of corn earworm on sweet
and down, are now expected to only in the method of fightingit field day here yesterday Departments. color retention of Southern peas .corn and the control of corn
, Virginians.On
n Thursday the Aerospace Industries produce a drop of $100 millionin and that as a native Floridian heard latest research reports on can be greatly increased by.'earworm and armyworms on

this date Island ratified I Association of America the current fiscal year and "I feel an emotional resis- Southern peas, saw examplesof Dr. V. F. Nettles told the the use of sulfur dioxide. In'peppers. They are also workingon

In 1790, Rhode issued a statement saying $600 million in the next fiscal tance to integration." packaging materials fo r group that the largest early and studies this year, he is deter-! the control of the pickleworm

the Constitution. that a relatively small employment for the over-all budget. These beans and corn and enjoyed a total marketable yields of mining the duration of exposure
In 1848, Wisconsin was admitted decline of 6.6 per cent in over-all figures were disclosedby Holley added that he would luncheon featuring fresh sweet watermelons were obtained by and concentration of sulfur di- on squash.
to the Union as the 30th I discourage violence while Burns Reporting on his Southern
all branches combined was ex- the White House last week. corn cucumbers and tomatoes. seeding transplanting. in com- oxide needed.
would it. peas studies, Dr. A. P. Lorz
slate. pected in the period from last Thursday Eugene P. Foley, encourage More than 100 growers, researchers -bination with black plastic or
Maximiliar t George Peterson the research was covered said Southern in various
In 1864, Emperor Republican Strawberry peas
September to next September.Of head of the Small Business Administration and area agricultural transplanting and hot caps.
-
landed at Vera Cruz, Mexico.In nominee in 1960, got 40.2 by Dr. S. J. Locascio who stages of ,purification of types
this, 3.2 per cent had alrrady announced his extension personnel attendedthe Highest early yield of cantaloupes -
Industries cent of the vote that a definite increasein are being subjected to
against now
War -
1918, the U.S. per reported
taken March. field at the
place through agency plans governmentindustry day Agricultural was obtained, he said,
created b r Farris Bryant, Holley said, "and strawberry production was Fusarium wilt-infested soil and
Board
was
)
The statement said the decline c* erences to assist small Experiment Station's bor- from plots with black plastic
"
President Woodrow Wilson. the party is stronger now. obtained with coated fertilizers selected for resistance. Growers !
was concentrated business firms harmed by defense ticultural unit. :
among using transplants.
forces defeated broadcast. When able to observe his field
In 1943, American when using were
producers of missiles and partsa spending cutbacks. The program opened with a
the Japanese at Attu Island drop that had long been ex-I Racial Inquiry welcome by Dr. F. S. Jamison, Discussing the postharvesthandling the broadcast application, high- plots which included recent releases I

In the Aleutian chain. pected as missile procurement Swedish Probe head of the Vegetable Crops De- of tomatoes, Dr. B. D. est yields were obtained when i Producer, Climax and

:fen years ago-Seven alleg&Communist I began to taper off. Employment GEORGETOWN British Guiana partment and director of vege- Thompson said results last year mulch was applied Immediatelyafter ITop.set as well as two prospective (

party leaders wen in firms producing for the: STOCKHOLM '(AP-The goy, (AP-The British Guiana table research for the Experiment showed fruit harvested- 21 days fertilizing, he said. Dr. J. new releases to be named

arrested in New York City am I space program ]Is still increasing eminent is investigating several -, government will set up a commission Stations. Mason E.Marvel after flowering 'failed to ripenat G. A. Fiskell is working with Floricream and Snapea. Dr. L.

New Haven, Conn., on chargeof s the statement said. i other security suspects within I to investigate racial vioIMW -. associate vegetable crop spec- any temperature. Tomatoes Locascio on studies with water- H. Halsey is also doing extensive

!conspiracy to advocate th! Gordon in H e td.:-' Any y.uiuulea : .... 4.1:." ..6_.. .--__;... ftT>-*r in <.*?"!, fly, ip'jt TH h th* Agncu'H' Extension harvested 30 days or later col- melons. Fiskell reported on research with Southern

--t-lc-r.tv.: oi the g**_r-' a decline in the defense'I Jtion In the wake of the Wenner-'(persons were killed and 178:I Service. presided over,ored in direct proportion to the trials involving copper and lime peas and Joined Dr. Lon in reporting

pending estimate in both the strom spy scandal. homes destroyed Sunday night, the program which consisted of holding temperature before rip application. on performance.




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arrested in the 1900 20th Ave. Shepherd
REPORT Youngster
FIRE py; was For ads to go In Mon. paper-1 p.m. Sat.

Involved in accidents reportedby block of NW 6th St., and charged -a girl; Mrs and Mrs. James 16.prophet Sun:disk 35.. Mud Doasler SOLUTION OF YESTI It DA Y'S PUZZLE I (Minimum ad 4 lines) I

the Gainesville Police Department with driving while intoxicated. Langston, 637 Hillcrest, Orlando 17. B.P.O.E. 5O
38. Fateful 4. Costa FAMILY RATES
girl Mr. and Mrs. 44.Mark
and the Alachua Coun- ; a ; member river

Sheriff's office in the past James H. Mattair, 3415 NW 1st 19. Coat with 40.War aimed sUn 5. Except 1 Insertion ............................................... 34c line
ty Breaking and Entering god curling Irishmen 3 Insertions .............................................. 22c line
24 hours were: Ct., a boy. sugar 41.Wind in- 7. Roman Insertions .............................................. 17c line
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John Paul Cole 235 B FlavetB room i
break ins discovered ADMITTED .1 Total charge computed by multiplying total lines x rat earned -
were 42. Snares 1.Junto .
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yesterday by police at: I .. 43.Man'* .2. Stute ted .
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Univ., Ave. and Stadium Rd. at Lang 1110 NE 25th St. $1.50 in Mae Holey, Harriet Alyne Reeves 10.Ascends five letter words per line "!

5:30 p.m. yesterday. change was reported missing' Jo Ann Woodward, Caroline rr. r r F r r r r 12. Operated .' ..

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day. ALACHUA GENERAL Anne Wolfe, Joseph Peter Gale, as brother incorrect Insertion nor will It be liable for any error In advertisement -
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Mrs. Betty Wunderlich, 544 HOSPITAL Sandra Lee Barabas, Barbara 30.Within the by the Item to the advertisement. No adjustment span occupied will-
law be made. on errors that do not materially effect tne value .f
NW 31st Lane, and George Jean Hendrex, Ray E. Morris, the advertisement. ,
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pii 32. Cheeks
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at 8 a.m. yesterday.Dr. Leonard Joel 37. Curved lecting any advertisement which It deems oblectional and to H
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12:41 p.m. yesterday.DWI a girl; Mr. and Mrs. Rich Trenton; Cynthia Joyce Polk, 30 PETS & SUPPLIES 35 Houses for Sal,

ard A. Reeves, 1315 NW 9th St., High Springs; Elvin Ferdi- Black Thoroughbred Miniature

Annie Tate Morgan, Micano a girl; Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. nand Bruton, Micanopy; Louis poodle. Male. 10 weeks old. WO. FOR Sale or trade. New a BR
H FEMALE HELP WANTED Phone FR 2-1352. home located in WestmorelanG
Peacock, Micanopy; Benjamin 17 Work Wanted Mal Estates. On city sewers paved
Franklin Bradley, Ft. White; .r MINIATURE registered S silver weeks poodles.old weaned AKC St 2 ly. bath Rms. Ig. family
WAITRESS night shift. Apply Larry's Rm. 1 living Rm., dining
Patricia Gayle Marlowe, Lake Restaurant 1225 W. Univ. WANTED lob as master barber city __shots etc. 376-0873. Central heat, built-in kitchen area.In-
Pickets Possible Ave. & state permit. Call 2401 E. Univ. BLACK poodles standard I minIature eluding GE dishwasher 2 cour1
City; Joyce Ann Howard, Ocala. HORT ORDER COOK. colored. Ave. Phone Vt-7443 with papers. $10 ISO. yards, walk to schools. close t<
In Expectant poodle. ISO. Phone HO U of F t medical center FHA
Apply Dumpty.
person Hurrpty 3-2100. EHie Lindsey. -Trenton. 122,700. Down
payment SI.700.
310 NW 13th St.
18
Schools
& Instructions 2 Female ., Immediate occupancy. Drive b)
beagles. mo* good
ALACHUA GENERAL VIOLINISTS. attractive free to 1027 NW 40th
Drive. Call Bullet/
$25 NE
stock n. 1715 20th PI
travel. Send pictures and Infor- Brothers, 372541 dally, 376-9041
At ConventionBy HOSPITAL CLASSIFIEDDial
32nd mation St.to Jon Miami Carlton.42. Fla.1260 N.W. Real I Estate Exam 33 LOTS FOR SALEBY night.

May 27, 19M ATTEND COURSE First lesson free. FHA House for sale NE sectux
NEED MONEY to bolster the budget HOWELL'S BUSINESS OWNER at appraisal value of 110,000
COLLuE wooded lot. blockof
BEAUTIFUL toO
300
TOM SEPPY Mays Landing and we certainly BIRTHS bring? 4 you or a 5 good hours income.a day Call will COLLEGE FR. 6-3507, 372-3727.211 W. Univ. Ave N.W. 22nd Street. 110 :x 1 SS', ly payments.down payment:3 BR., 1 low bath month carPort

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) ,could fill it for them." Mr. and Mrs. Gerald A. Fos- Avon Mgr. FR 2-0421. MEN & women U to 55 to train for Also with lot In view Gwynn and Oaks privileges 200's180' 6:00, P.M.large FR storage.6-4774. Call after

-Delegates attending the Democratic Mays Landing, some 18 milesto ter, 3510 NW 4th St., a girl; Mr. CIVIL SERVICE of Clear Lake. 3765109. J-ROOM FRAME
ADMITTING CLERK. good typist. house
National Convention in the west, is the Atlantic and Mrs. Albert Hendrex, 1625 neat appearance ability to meet send Examinations.name address For &Information Phone Beautiful 60 ft. 3 Wide Acre Private Tract Drive.Entered N.W.bya porCh. reduced for quick screenei sale

August may be met by civil County seat. The new jail was NE 8th Ave., a boy; Mr. and 376-4672 night public.work minimum and rotation 1 year of college.week Key Training Service. 112 No.W. Section. Out of City Limits.E. 5214384.SJ.495. Phone Williston.Cephis Goodman
Adams St.. KUEHN JR.
rights picket lines on the boardwalk opened in February. Mrs. Michael J. Minerva, 3860 ends necessary. Apply personnel Jacksonville. C. "CURLY"
_office Alachua General Hospital. SPEEDWRITING Shorthand 438 N. Main St. 3 BR 2 bath house for sale. Ta
as they enter Convention Maceo Turner, Negro presi- SW Archer Rd., a girl; Mr. and TYPING BOOKKEEPING FR 6-2032 Broker FR J4M4 tal cost 1400.. Call FR 2-6936-

Hall.Mass dent of the local branch of the Mrs. Donald L. Fillman, 930 12 Male Help Wonted .HOWELl'S_ 211 w. Univ.BUSINESS Ave. FR COLLEGE 63507. LOTS '

nonviolent demonstrations NAACP, said his chapter hadn't NW 24th Ave., a girl. MECHANIC. experienced. Good SIX weeks lunlor typing class.. SALE OR LEASE COMMERCIALNear Redf ranksRealestate
working conditions. Excel lent Summer school. Registration new V.A. hospital i acres
are being planned by the decided what action it would AD1lmEDKaren
pay. See Service Manager Bark- June I. Howell's J Business COllege. appr 4 acres plus N. side of
Congress of Racial Equality in take this summer but indicatedit Anne Minerva, FrancesE. ley Motors. FR 72583. J1J7 W. Univ. Ave. Phone 374- Archer Rd. call
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REALTOR
an attempt to" point! up alleged would join the picket lines. Givens, Jeanelle Ann F i 11- DRAFTSMAN. full time permanent PIANO MARY 1019 W. University MOELLER.Ave. FR 6-4471
position. Experience in civil engineering openings available THE KENTUCKY COLONEL
racial 'discrimination in the There is no local CORE branch. man, Eloise E. Rogers, Willie Announcements drafting required. 5 day summer 'Instruction. Adults for or lady will enJoy living in&this his
week. 2 wk. paid vacation. Group children. Mrs. Burko, 372-9896. 34 Waterfront Property modern Southern Colon I a I
home states of the Local civil Edward
delegates, rights participantswould I D. Henry, JosephShea life & hospitalization avail. For home situated on ONE

mainly those in the South. attempt to use the national Mary E. Rose, Bennie L. 3 LOST & FOUND appt. call FR 22591. 28 Livestock & Supplies WINFRED H. CRAWFORDReg. HALF ACRE of well maintained -
COOK. White. married 30 to 55 Broker, specallzlng In grounds JUST OUT
CORE is expected to be joinedby publicity surrounding the con- Dugger, Ida Johnson, Vurnes .. white collie collar yr. I hour day. 5 day week LAKE PROPERTIESACRE.. SIDE CITY LIMITS. Modern

demonstrators from the National vention to spotlight what they Eugene Bailey, Jr., Paul Jansen LOaf but no black tag. J. J. Finley & Univ. vacation sick leave. social security WANT PRICED AN Jr7cpA AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose. AIR built-in CONDITIONING.kitchen CENTRAL All
and state retirment bene- FEED? GR
Then
Association for the Advancement have called "discrimination in Charlotte B. McElwain, section. Call 372-4053. fits. For Interview contact Personnel Cooperative Mills U per cent S2W.ON rooms are extra spacious
LOST: Key ring with change purse Director. Sunland Train- Production' Dairy THE GULF Including Living room. Separate
of Colored People, employment, housing and edu Mary H. Kohn, Eloise U. Wat- attached. Engagement ring In ing Center. P. O. Box 508 Ideally suited for part feeding pulleted.on Cedar Key Shores dining room Florida

Student Non-Violent Coordinating -cation" in this southern New son, all of Gainesville; John purse. Sentimental reasons. Please Gainesville. Fla. or Phone 376- pasture. Special for May only. large room foyer.3 bedrooms.Winding 2 baths drive,
call 446-3130. Reward. 5381. Ext. 362.DISHWASHERS FMX Gainesville If Other
Properties
Committee and local participants Jersey oceanside resort.In Tabaqran, Melrose; Mirian F. night shift. Apply Phone FR 2.IWj or or 4612103.LEIedhereford Alachua..: David: AndrewsCedar thru BE SEEN the grounds.TO BE APPRE-MUST

though not all have San Francisco, where the VlcNeill, Archer; Lottie Browning 4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE Larry's Restaurant 1225 W. Univ. FOR CIATED. Ideal for professional
Ave. buIl 1 to.2 years old' 1200 Key. 3841 man or executive.
to
formally committed themselves. Republicans will hold their national Trenton, Winnie F. Harper at- 13S0. Also few heifers! and Just 124,500.
LEARN TO DRIVEl Special LOCAL branch office of General cows AIR CONDITIONED gas heat
James Farmer, national director convention in July, the Chiefland; Thelma May tention to nervous or elderly. Finance Corp. has opening for all Hugh C.M.R. breeding registered. completely turnished 2 bedroom
Easy Way Driving School. FR one finance adjuster trainee. Now Williams Cross Creek. Fla house on Cowpen Lake. 22 miles BEFORE YOU BUY or build you
of CORE, said one of the local head of CORE said no fliers, Chiefland; Janie Lois Mc- __?-700?. tic by State of Fla. taking applications: from men 21- 411 2304. East of Gainesville. Price X8JOO. owe it to yourself to let us
civil rights demands would be plans have been made for dem Donald Lake Como.DISCHARGED. 30 yrs. of age. Must have minimum Terms available. Phone FR show you this NEARLY
4 SPECIAL NOTICESDUE of high school education 30 PETS & SUPPLIES .-. ..456.BEAUTIFUL'. NEW home with well established -
fair and full employment, witha onstrations. The local NAACP college preferred. Must have car yard. 3 large bedrooms
to in business. For the man lot on the Suwannee ?: 2 glamourous baths,
use
minimum $2 and a mas- chapter replied similarly. Mrs. Alva Thomas Mrs. Es- ENGLISH River at Rock Bluff. Call 176-
wage to divorce I nave a like new who is ambitious and doesn't mind shepherd puppies. Good living room of entertainment
Automatic work this is for for watch, stock' and ***'*. FR 6160. proportions separate dinIng -
sive works and training pro- Leonard Reinsch, executive elle Arrington, Rev. Thomas A. 1964 model Zig Zag. an opportunity 2-0033. room. panelled Florida
sewing machine that does ev rapid advancement in an expandIng BOOMING STEINHATCHEE "Trout
gram for jobless persons. He director of the Democratic Na- Mosley, Ronnie William, William .rythlng. We would like someone industry. Ben e fits include GERMAN shepherd pups AKC. all and redfish at your dock." :3 room. with old brick fireplace
Oak Central
strip floors.
said the Democrats would be tional Convention, said party Cason Thira Mae Holey to take up payments of 6.00 group Insurance. paid vacations. shots ready to go. Shown week choice riverfront lots. some lots heat & AIR CONDI-
per mOo Small balance. Ph. 372- profit sharing & car allowance.Apply days after 7 P.M.. all day Sat. on deep waterway priced from .
officials had been too 2051. In person at 718 N. MainSt. and Sun. S1SOO. High timbered lots overlookIng HOMING Big modern kitchen
urged to give no convention busy preparing Mrs. Frances Lewis, Mrs. LylaB. Set Don Carney. 35"MINIATURE including Disposal I
NW 18th 7cr. waterway from S30Q. Good
committee chairmanships to for the national conclaveto Dowd, Mrs. Sandra Lee Dun- Coty Line Away WRINKLES? WANTED MAN to service Insurance Dachshund terms. C. Alton O'Quinn, O'- &Dishwasher oven. refrigerator Built in stove&

Dixiecrats. take the proposed demonstrations can, Mrs. Carol Patterson and S5 plus Tax debit. above average salary. AKC reg. wks., 2 males Puppies& 2 Qulnn's Stelnhatchee. Fla. washer. Double attached ga
I Odi's Pharmacy -plus commission good oppor- females, have had shots HUNTING FISHING cabin. Fur- rage. Excellent westside I lo
Cecil Moore, Negro presidentof under consideration. son, Mrs. Shirley Faircloth, M 116 Central Plata (Next to Winn tunity for advancement. Phone Phone e-MOO. 2923 N.E. lath $50.St. nished. electricity water well. 1 cation. Shown by app?. only.
Atlantic Dixie) I.D.L. Drugstore. 372-3694 for Information. acre land. See John Elton. Call FR 6-0117. Asking only
NAACP
the Philadelphia City Mayor Joseph Emma Detwiler and son, Mrs. BEAGLES for sale. partially trained Orange Springs. $25,400.
"We'll Altman in office 20 and JACKSONVILLECOMMUTERS WANTED Working yard fore- and some have shots. $20
said Lenna Joann Made-
recently: years Stephens
chapter ,
man for Lumber and Building Sup and $30. Good stock. Phone LITTLE LAKE SANTA FE Bird Claude M. "Red" Franks, Realtor
work in cooperation with CORE. recently re-elected to another line Held, Kay F. Floyd, James Ride or riders needed. Mon- ply Company. Age preference 25 25m Beach. Lots #12 t> #13. Each Myrie Lassiter. AssociateWm.
to 40. Please state experience and to 280. S7.500 terms or 14,500
x .
We can furnish 3,000 or 4,000 four-year term, has repeatedly B. Cobb, Mary Bryan, John day thru Friday. Call FR references. Apply to P. O. Box FOR SALE AKC registered ChIhuahua cash. 3721335. 7 N,E.E 1st'Bill"St. Harris.Phone Associate 376-0817:

pickets if they need them. We warned that demonstrations in W. Everett. 6-2321 after 7:00 P.M. 414 Gainesville. Fla. pies. Hubbard puppies; Circle also Collie Grocery pup. YOUR VACATION HOME? Res. 376-2927
WANTED first class combination Mllhopper and 16th Ave. 63324. Furn. house In Yankeetown 2 372-794J
can make the line so long andso the city this summer could ruin 8 Baby Sitters, Child Car body man & painter. Good salary btks. from River on paved street. MEMBEP MULTIPLE LISTINGAN

black they would think it was the community's resort season, ALACHUA GENERAL plus paid vacation. Apply Mr EHRBAR its select KITTEN herd for RANCH offers Only S30M cash total price. S. exciting home with space excellently .
your free se ..
,
B&G Co. 704 '
HOSPITAL PLANNED program awaits your Williams. Motor E SAO Realtor. Newberrv. F'
midnight in midday." causing a serious blow to both pre-school youngster at JACK S. Main St. 5.30 lection.week Ill days N.;E.Sat.7th and PI.Sun.after all 3 BR. 2 Bath built,, family air conditioned room and

*'\Ve can give them enough its economy and prestige. May 28, 1964BIRTHS S.Music JILL programs NURSERY educational SCHOOL. YOUNG terested man in wanted learning who the is home In- day. FR 20717.BEAUTIFUL ._ 35 Houses for SaU fireplace Lloyd now Myrick being Builder completedby in

pickets to block every entrance Altman has also said on many film-strips. 7:45-5:15. Mon.-Frl.j building trade. Some drafting and loving male German PROF. Moving. Sacrifice price. 3 Wimberly Estates outside city
1331 SW. 13th St. FR 63900. experience necessary. Call FR Shepherd PUP. $65. Avail. Br. 2 bath. wooded lot 140 x 210. limits. N. W. 36th Terr. off
into Convention Hall that officials occasions "Atlantic City is the Mr. & Mrs. Ralph W. Davis, 6-7290 for appt. anytime. 3136 East University Faculty neighborhood. 3436 S. W. N. w. 39th Ave. Offered for I22>
TINY TOT Ave, Cottage 1. 20th St. 500. Phone 2-5619.
would have to recruit policemen -most integrated city in the city a boy; Mr. & Mrs. Ray- DELIVERY and SALES Know _____ ____ __ ______u__
all the State United States." That statementhas PLAY SCHOOL ledge of welding supplies must
from over
mond Combs, 2102 NE 16 Ter., know Gainesville, not over 45.

of New Jersey," he said. been disputed by both city a boy; Mr. & Mrs. Wm. C. Ter- Visit 24 SE us tth and St. see FR 6-706.for yourself. high lent. Write school P.education O. Box 1723.or Jack-equiva- FUN IN THE

"There's. a. brand new jail in and state civil rights leaders.I rell, 3473 NW'' 10th Ave., a boy. -WOULD like to keep children In lonvllle. Fla.

ADMITTED private home during week. Phone SALESMAN Career salesman de-
FR 6.3123.CHILD sired. Excellent opportunity for
Laura J. Davis. Virginia Lee advancement. salary commensurate -
OR INFANT CARE In private
Starling Plague Began Combs, Pauline Edith Farrell, 6-1961 home. Reasonable rates. FR ground.with College experience not required.and back although -

I Hilbert Cue Jr., Cynthia Kay no desired.overnight Locate travel.In Gainesville Send

Carlisle, Tammy Lee McC a 11 Employment resume with picture If possible.

With Shakespeare's Works Paul Gordon Mulling, Mar- ___to_ Box 4? -A, Gainesville Sun. S fIN

garette Weaver, Nell C. Phi- 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED 13-Help Male or Femala IVORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA

ByW. JOYNES MACFARLAN The federal government is also fer, Staten Fowler, Jr., Flor- PLACEMENT SERVICE

WASHINGTON (AP-In 1890a keeping clean the buildings used ine H. Rogero, Rejoice M. Brazil BEAUTY Earn up to DEMONSTRATORS S5 per hour demonstrating Office Technical, Professional BOATS & MOTORS

lover of Shakespeare intro- by large starling flocks as rest- Jeanne C. Finch, Teresa famous Studio Girt College Graduates _ _ BOATS rr MOTORS OUTDOOR RECREATION
Cosmetics. Full or Part Tune.
duced starlings to these shores. ing places. Marie Cobb, Garna Pearl Williams Phone 374-4336 after .. ,.12:00 For AM.appt. call 2-4:00 372-6377 P.M. WHO WOULD LIKE THE 76t" 24" GRILlS

He released 60 pairs in New Sandra J. Bowman, Ed- "SARAH COVENTRY"UNDER Monday through FrldyPERSONNEL HUNTER Fiberglass Flshlllg 12" Plywood fishing bo.ts. HOOO-SP AND MOTOR
Last Christmas bird counter CENTER Boat Introduced lIy FRANK $49.30PHILPOIT $10.90
a new management. Open.
York's Central Park as part of ward M. Fisher, Carolyn Joyce ings for fashion directors. Part 102 NW 2nd Avenue ? GOOD YEAR SERVICE STORES
reported 16,000 nestled along tune or full time. For appointment and CARRIERS fA5Y TERMS Olt CENTRAL THE TACKLE BOX 725 N. Main 3723537"The
his crusadi to, bring. to America Cobb, Perry June Pylka, Mau- DISTRIBUTORS CHARGE
the and roof of call 3737049. for morning newspaper
needed
all ,birds mentioned in the ledges just one rice W. Hunting, Thira Mae Holey UNIQUE routes. Real"opportunity for right Heart Of East Gilnesvllle'
positions open now for ladies FRANK PHILPOTrS
Washington hotel the Willard. Check with Char Ii.
bard's works. all of Gainesville; Daisy Lee services.who qualify Vivianne for Woodard personal Pres-e d person.and cash Dependable bond required.transportation Call- SPORT CENTER F. .1"1.. Lk' .. Classlflcatlona to choose ,'

Since then they have multi- It has since been wired to Wilcox, Archer; Minnie J o r- tig* Line Com.tK*. personal Interview 372-4S32 9T write R. UwdwteK Home of HUNTER Fiberglass _ _ from

plied d multiplied. Now a gov- give birds that come too closean dan, Alachua; Eula Bell In the privacy of your 3620 SW. Archer Rd. MCCOJU.OCH Fishing Boats.Motors MURRAY ALACHUA COUNTY'S
home. Call 376-1480 for appoint spart time Into
HELP turn your
thenation's electric shock. This is Archer Mrs. Mike deliver- Trailers and JACKSON Sailing ONLY DEALER S'9 Swimml'lg Diving.
ernment bird expert says con- Baughn, ; ment. money. No soliciting or C.noes.

I starling population exceeds sidered the most effective wayto Leo DeBose, Hawthorne; Ray WAITRESS RESS evening& COCKTAIL shift apply WAIT.Mr. Ing.hrs. $2.50 Adjust pe your rhr. For own appt.working call "Where Qualify Sells ItHttSEA HORSE JOHNSON MOTORS Fishing EQUipment

500 million. keep them off buildings but Tooke, Cedar Key; Mary Alice Pozin University Inn from 2:00 372-7049 SALES AND SERVICE Safety It"" ..
Walter W. Dyk- since 100 of the fed DeWitt Em- to 1:00 P.M.RECEPTIONIST 2t N.W. 1m. Ave. Lone Star loats. Orlando Clipper
only 10,000 Keystone Heights .
,
; Eoulpmenf.BAIRDS
The expert for doctor's H-Sales Help WantedOPPORTUNITY Fit 2-5011 or FR 4-490 Boats. Ski su i>lia. SlUing rlgL Golfing
office
stra, a research staff specialistof eral buildings are wired, ily Ruth Robarts, SL Augustine; mature and experienced. Salary MARINE Tennis EQUlpmeftt.
Mon. Thru Fri. Sat. 9-4
the Bureau of Sport Fisheriesand shocked starlings usually don't Linda Joyce Denton, Micanopy; open. Reply Box 429-A. Gainesville KNOCKS! Other Times :: Apgomtment pm. 601 S. MAIN ST.
II Sun. You've read about fabulous Village _ _ _ Baseball EQUipment.
Wildlife, said the flocks of have to go farther than the next John. S. Moody, Otter Creek. BE A FASHION Green. New-help sell Itt

starlings have brought protests ledge. DischargedOra SHOW DIRECTORNO licensed Excellent Real earning Estate opportunity salesman.Allen for. Sun Want Ads SWIMMING POOLS wi.re la Fish.

from farmers and cattlemen But such installations are ex Bell Lawson, Cathy Everett delivering! or collecting car Dorman. sales manager. .
necessary. Call Connie Robbins. Edwards. Inc. 372-1551 BE CAREFREE Plus many many more.Get
Hugh
across the nation. pens \'e. All kinds of other tricks Patricia Hinkle, Mary FR 6-196 after ':30 p.m. _

The reason: Starlings adore have been tried. Babcock Elisah Williams, Jim- OPENING in Gainesville and each Results E"joy a dean and haalttiy pOOl.
I FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY
; of the surrounding towns forwomi Master Pool $ervlce Inc. ADVERTISE Df THE
fruit crops, such as cherries and There is one new hope: Dyk., mie Ray Hall, Mary Alice wno enJOYs arts t. crafts. SupplIes a. Monthly deaningservlu. .
'
And like to eat stra chemical is being Bringlinger and daughter William Cad Mrs. Crosby. FR 2-W2 after SERVICE DIRECTORY
grapes. they says : 4:30 P.M. & weekends. workmanship FR 2-3363 U060 2-21n
For top and contaminate feed put out developed to sterilize starling I Goette, Eloise Watson, WANTED experienced office girt call

in feedlots to fatten cattle for at their winter roosting sites I Cynthia Polk, Valdosta Lucas, with vacations bookkeeping group Insurance.training. Paid Call 3726142GAINESVILLE

market. and field tests are under way.. Estelle Aderholt, Gaston Welch, FR 23451. UPHOLSTERY lR. MERCHANT: To place your ad in tire

The annual damage to agri- "But," be added, "it will be Cynthia Carlisle, Winnie Harper, OFFICE CLERK Gainesville. IMS M.W. I3M St.
Billing filing. phone orders must
cultural crops aOne is estimatedby some years before the method l Hilbert Cue, Paul Mulling, Tammy type and use adding machine Fre. EstuMtts-nck .* stf Fun in tire Sun section PHONE 372.8447I
.. .
5 Write P. O, Box 1723 .i'terY
days.
Dykstra at 40-$50 million. can be put to large-scale use."' McCall, JoAnn Woodward. Jacksonville. Fla. I
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ACROSS 24.Powder PH. 372-8441
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: the SUN : ano 23.Summer AIBIIDU5IPjolotLI Classified OnlyDEADLINES

tree drink (
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11.TIcks SO.Band, AjRfIA DEINITIIIsITI :
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.. 14. Oa sale 33.Gr. long E jNIojr E R1G1SIEJEJ TIMS. thru Fri. papers-S p.m. Day before publication -

POLICE; FIRE REPORT py was arrested in the 1900 Woodward 1002 NE 20th Ave., Shepherd Youngster G For For ed ads to to 90 go In In Sun.Mon.paper paper--12.00 I pm..Jn.Sat.Sat.

Involved in accidents reportedby block of NW 6th St. and charged -a girl; Mrs. and Mrs. James 16.prophet Sun disk 36.S5.Mad Dossier *WTION OF WTHDArS PUZZLE (Minimum ad 4 lines) g

the Gainesville Police Department with driving while intoxicated. -Langston, 637% Hillcrest Or- ,

and the Alachua Coun- lando; a girl; Mr. and Mrs. 17.ember B.P.O.E. 38.river Fateful 44.Mark 4. Costa FAMILY RATES !

James H. Mattair 3415 NW 1st aimed at Incurling 5. Except E :34c tnt
ty Sheriff's office In the past 19. Coat with 40.War god 6. Irishmen 22c
Breaking and Entering Insertions lineInsertions
24 hours were: Ct., a boy. sugar20.Dgtt.Hone 41.Wind instrument Roman 17c line
Minor burguaries or attempt. DOWN .. Insertions' 14c line
John Paul Cole 235 B FlavetB
ed break ins discovered ADMITTED room charge computed by multiplying l total lines x rate earn-
were Harry 42.Snares
Junto II
and -.James Edward Hayes 3. Dilatory : x number of Insertion
yesterday by police at: 21.Values 43.an' 2.Astute 9.Web.footed .
1539 NE Fifth Place at W. Glenda Lou Mattair Thira
The residence of Angelyn 23.Democrats nickname 3. Receiver' bird I
Univ. Ave. and Stadium Rd. at Mae Holey Harriet Alyne Reeves 10.Ascends SPtveletterwordsperlina !
1110 NE 25th St. $1.50 in
Lang
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5:30 yesterday. Jo Ann Woodward Caroline i1F r i- i- ; ,;
pjn. change was reported missingand : 12. Operated .,.
Dennis Russell Jobe, 1821 NE Mable Jukes Jill Marie M u r- ;r 1r 18. Light Same as 9 lines
drawers ransacked. 8 Pt. ordinary type I
6th Ter., John Livingston Hen- McDavid's Barber 1336E. phree Randall Allen Ross Patricia i7j anchor i =

cricks, '2035 NE 7th. St., and Shop Ann Holmes Franklin IT - 21. Concerning 12 1 Ps. Same: as 3 lines :
Univ. Ave., less than $1 in 22. Court ordinary type i
Charles B. 2023 NW 12th
Smith Charles Rogers James Barney
change reported missing from 23. International n Same as 4 lines ..
Rd., in the 1300 block of NW I cash Cobb Eva Irene Traxler Ian- I: 18 I rt.ordinary type :=

19th Lane at 3:32 p.m. yester! register.Fire Calls Welby Burgin Potts Cathy Eli- ii zz guage =

day. I At 3:29: p.m. yesterday grass zabeth Everett, Sidney Aubrey - -- 25. Withdraw 24 IDi. Same .s S lines -
James-W. Lipscomb 4546 NW Jean Whaley 26 Turk inn
fire in the 1200 block of NW Hazen Margaret ('. ordinary type
27.Advance
13th St. at NW 13th St. and -
Gladys Adnettlee Rogers,
9th Ave. j 28. Sweetheart
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23rd Blvd. at 3:50 p.m. yester Jackie Sue Hersey, Beverly :. 29.
Miriam'sbrother The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for mere than one
ALACHUA GENERAL Anne Wolfe, Joseph Peter Gale as incorrect insertion nor will It be liable: for any error In advertisement I
day.Mrs. to greater extent than the cesfof the eccwi
Betty Wunderlich, 544 HOSPITAL Sandra Lee Barabas Barbara 30.Within the pied by the Item In the advertisement. No adjustment space will '

NW 31st Lane, and George Jean Hendrex, Ray E. Morris law the be 'rtmr:; that do not materially, effect the value of
25 1964BIRTHS -
Ellis, no address listed, at the May Julius Ceasar Cook. 5. 57 p ii- ,, 31. In solitude
32. Cheeks
P. K. Yonge School Parking lot DischargedJimmie w- 4r- - 35.Tree | The Gainesville Sun reserves the privilege of revising er nlectmg

at 8 a.m. yesterday.Dr. 37. Curved any advertisement which it deems objection and toe
Leonard Joel
Mr. and Mrs. cha 1N dlSSlficallof'l' ..1
Ofany advertisement from that ordered
R. E. Carson 707 NW 14th Barabas 252 U Flavett III, a Ray Hall Melrose; wormPar I tot conform to the policy of the paper.

Ave., and another auto at parking boy; Mr. and Mrs. Owen D. Clarence Hardley Roberts, In- 39. Naughty I

lot at 200 W. Univ. Ave. at ** Wewfe,f"rea S-Z9 rnawnjr---- ,, ,,_
Wolfe, Jr., 414 SE 8th St., Apt.A terlachen; Thelma Mae Green time 25 mine --!IIIl1mnnn"m......"".I.-.WJ&I"JIIiIIIIIIIIIII

12:41 p.m. yesterday.DWI a girl; Mr. and Mrs. Rich- Trenton; Cynthia Joyce Polk 30 PETS & SUPPLIES 35 Houses for Sal.

ard A. Reeves 1315 NW 9th St., High Springs; Elvin Ferdi- Black Thoroughbred Miniature

Annie Tate Morgan, Micano- a girl; Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. nand Bruton Micanopy; Louis __ poodle. Male. 10 weeks old. 150. FOR Sate or trade. New a BR,
11 FEMALE HELP WANTED Phone FR 2-9352. home located in Westmorelan
Peacock Micanopy; Benjamin 17 Work Wanted Mal.l Estates. On city sewers. paved
Franklin Bradley Ft. White; MINIATURE registered. S silver weeks poodles.old, weaned AKC St 2 to;. bath Rms.. to. family
WAITRESS. night shift. Apply Larry's Rm. 1 living Rm., dining area.
Patricia Gayle Marlowe Lake Restaurant. 1225 W. Univ. WANTED.. lob as master barber city _shots. etc. 376-0872._ Central heat built-in kitchen Including
Pickets PossibleAt j Ave. state permit. Call 2401 E. Univ. BLACK poodles. standard & minIature GE dishwasher. 2 cour'
Ann Howard Oca-
City Joyce Ave. Phone 377443.
; SHORT ORDER COOK. colored. with papers. SID $50 yards. walk to SChools. close ft
j la. In Expectant pOodle. ISO. Phone HO U of P a. medical center FH*
Apply person Humpty Dumpty. 3-2100 LIfts Llndsey -Trenton. 122.700. Down payment $1.700.
310 NW 13th St.
18 Schools
&
Instructions 2 Female beagles 4 mos. good Immediate occupancy. Drive b)
ALACHUA GENERAL VIOLINISTS. attractive free to 1027 NW
40th
Drive. Call Butlei
stock SIS e8. 1715 NE 20th PI
HOSPITAL CLASSIFIEDDial travel. Send pictures and Information Brothers 372545 dally, 374-W4J
ConventionBy 32nd St.to. Jon Miami Carlton 42. Fla.1260 N.W. Real Estate Exam 33 LOTS FOR SALEBY night.

May 27, 1964 ATTEND COURSE First lessen free. FHA House for sale NE sectioi
OWNER
NEED MONEY to bolster the budget HOWELL'S BUSINESS at appraisal value of $10.000
COLLve BEAUTIFUL wooded lot. too blockof $300
TOM SEPPY Mays Landing and we certainly BIRTHSMr. bring? 4 you or a 5 good hours income.a day Call will COLLEGE.FR. 6-3507, 372-3727.21* W. Univ. Ave N.W. 22nd Street. sir xlSV, payments.down payment 3 BR, 1 low bath monthly can-

ATLANTIC CITY N.J. AP)1 could fill it for them." and Mrs. Gerald A. Foster Avon Mgr. FR 2-0421. MEN & women 18 to 55 to tram for Also with lot In view Gwynn and Oaks privilegesof 200'x180' 6:00 port P.M.large FR storage.4-4774. Call after

-Delegates attending the Dem- Mays Landing, some 18 milesto 3510 NW 4th St., a girl; Mr. ADMITTING CLERK. good typist. CIVIL SERVICE Clear Lake. 376-51 CT._ S-ROOM FRAME house, _

ocratic National Convention in the west, is the Atlantic and Mrs. Albert Hendrex, 1625 neat appearance. ability to meet send Examinations.name address For &Information Phone Beautiful a 60 ft. 3 Wide Acre Private Tract Drive.Entered!!: N.W.by porch reduced for quick screens sale

August may be met by civil County seat The new jail was NE 8th Ave., a boy; Mr. and 376-4672 night public work minimum and rotation 1 year of college.week- Adams Key Training Service. J12 No.W. Section. Out of City Limits.E. 5284384.12.495. Phone Williston.Cephls: Goodman.

rights picket lines on the boardwalk .I opened in February. Mrs. Michael J. Minerva 3860 ends necessary. Apply personnel St.. Jacksonville. C. 'CURLY" KUEHN JR.
officer Alachua General Hospital. SPEEDWRITING 438 N. Main St. 3 BR 2 bath house for sale. To
as they enter Convention: Maceo Turner Negro presi- SW Archer Rd., a girl; Mr. and TYPING BOOKKEEPING Shorthand FR 6-2032 Broker FR t-tW tal cost $11.500. Call FR 2-473

Hall, dent of the local branch of the Mrs. Donald L. Fillman, 930 12 Male Help Wonted HOWELL'S 211 W. Univ.BUSINESS; Ave. FR COLLEGE 6-3507. LOTS .

Mass nonviolent demonstrations NAACP said his chapter hadn't NW 24th Ave., a girl. MECHANIC. experienced. Good SIX weeks Punier typing class. SALE OR LEASE COMMERCIALNear RedfranksRealestate

are being planned by the' decided what action it would ADMITTEDKaren working conditions. Excel lent umm.eru SChool. Reglstra t 1 o n new V.A. hospital. 5 acres
pay. See Service Manager, Bark. ii' Howell's Business College appr 4 acres plus. N. side of
Congress of Racial Equality in take this summer but indicatedit Anne Minerva FrancesE. ley Motors. FR 2-2583. 211 3501.PIANO. Univ. Ave. Phone 374- Archer Rd., call
REALTOR10t
an attempt to 'point! up alleged would join the picket lines. Givens Jeanelle Ann F i 11- DRAFTSMAN. full time permanent MARY W. University MOELLER.Ave FR 4-4471
position. Experience in civil engineering openings available for THE KENTUCKY COLONEL & his
racial discrimination in the There is no local CORE branch. man, Eloise E. Rogers, WillieD. Announcements drafting required. S day summer Instruction. Adults or lady will enjoy living in this
week. 2 wk. paid vacation. Group children. Mrs. Burke 372-W6. 34 Waterfront Property modern Southern Colonial
home of the Local civil Edward
states delegates, rights participantswould Henry Joseph life & hospitalization avail. For home situated on ONE

mainIy: those in the South. attempt to use the nation., Shea, Mary E. Rose Bennie L. 3 LOST & FOUND appt. cell FR 22591. 28 Livestock & Supplies WINFRED H. CRAWFORDReg. HALF ACRE of well maintained ,

CORE is expected to be joinedby al publicity surrounding the con- )ugger, Ida Johnson Vurnes .. COOK.yr. t White.hour married day S day 30 to week 55 Reg. Broker PROPERTIESACRE., specallzlng In SIDE CITY grounds LIMITS.JUST Modern OUT.
collie collar
white
demonstrators' from the Na. vention to spotlight what they Eugene Bailey Jr., Paul Jansen LOsf but no DI.tag.ck J. J. Finley & Univ. vacation sick leave. social security WANT PRICED AN ECONOMICALLY AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose AIR built-in CONDITIONING.kitchen CENTRAL All
and state retirment bene- FEED? GR
tional Association for the Ad- have called "discrimination in I Charlotte B. McElwain, section. Call 3724053. fits. For Interview contact Per Cooperative Milll TPwn'try 16 per CPA cent 52911.ON rooms are extra spacious.
vancement of Colored People employment housing and edu., H. Kohn Eloise U. Watson LOST: Key ring with change purse sonnel Director. Sunland TrainIng Production Dairy part pulleted. THE GULF including Living room. Separate
Mary attached. Engagement ring In Center P. O. Box 508. Ideally suited for feeding on Cedar Key Shores dining room, Florida
Student Non-Violent Coordinating -cation" in this southern New all of Gainesville; John purse. Sentimental reasons. Please Gainesville. Fla. or Phone 376- pasture. Special for May only. room large foyer.3 bedrooms Winding 2 baths.drive
call 444-3130. Reward. 5381. Ext. 342.DISHWASHERS FMX Gainesville or b Other Properties
Committee and local participants -Jersey oceanside resort.In Tabaqran, Melrose; Mirian F. ,_ Phone FR 2-109S or 41-2105.Alachua. thru the grounds. MUST
shift. BE
night Apply David AndrewsCedar SEEN TO BE APPRE.
though not all have San Francisco where the rtcNeill, Archer; Lottie Browning 4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE Larry's Restaurant. 1225 W. Univ. FOR SALE f polled), hereford CIATED. Ideal for professional
Ave. bulls. 1 to 2 years old $200 Key. 3841 man or executive.
formally committed themselves. Republicans will hold their national Trenton Winnie F. Harper S35O. Also few heifers and to Just $24,500.
at-
LEARN TO DRIVEl Special LOCAL branch office of General all cows AIR CONDITIONED gas heat
James Farmer national direc. convention in July the Chiefland; Thelma May tention to nervous or elderly. Finance Corp. has opening for C.M.R. breeding registered.'i95.W""ams' completely furnished 2 bedroom
Easy Way Driving School. FR one finance adjuster trainee. Now Cross Creek Fla. house on Cowpen Lake, 22 miles BEFORE YOU BUY or build you
tor of CORE, said one of the local head of CORE said no Hiers, Chiefland; Janie Lois Mc- !:9700, tic by Stat. of Fla. taking applications from men 21- East of Gainesville. Price $...00. owe it to yourself to let us
civil rights demands would be plans have been made for demo Donald Lake Como.DISCHARGED. 30 yrs. of age. Must have minI- Terms available. Phone FR show you this NEARLY
6 SPECIAL NOTICESDUE mum of htgn school education. 30 PETS & SUPPLIES .-, ..436.BEAUTIFUL. NEW home with well estab-
fair and full employment witha onstrations. The local NAACP college preferred. Must have car lished yard. 3 large bedrooms -
I lot on the Suwannee ,- 2
glamourous baths
to in
business. For the man
minimum $2 wage and a massive -chapter replied similarly. i Mrs. Alva Thomas, Mrs. Es- to divorce I have a like new who use is ambitious and doesn't mind ENGLISH shepherd puppies. Good River at Rock Bluff. Call J74- living room of entertainment
works and training pro Leonard Reinsch executive telle Arrington Rev. Thomas A. lfi4 model Zig Zag. Automatic work this Is an opportunity for 2-0033.for watch, stock and pets. FR 6160._ proportions separate dinIng -
sewing machine. that does ev rapid advancement in an expand- BOOMING STEINHATCHEE "Trout room. panelled Florida
gram for jobless persons. He director of the Democratic National Mosley, Ronnie William William erything. We would like someone ing industry. Ben.fits include GERMAN shepherd pups AKC. all and redfish at your dock." 3 room with old brick fire
to take up payments of M.00 group Insurance. paid vacations. nets, choice riverfront lots some lots place.' Oak strip floors. Cen-
said the' Democrats would be Convention, said party Cason Thira Mae Holey ready to go. Shown week tral heat 8. AIR CONDITIONING .
per mo. Small balance. Ph. 372- profit sharing & car allowance. days after 7 P.M.. all day Sat. on deep waterway priced from .
urged to give no convention .officials had been too busy pre- Mrs. Frances Lewis, Mrs. LylaB. 2051. Apply. in person at 71S N. MainSt. and Sun. See Don ctrnt *" S1500. High timbered lots overlooking chen including Big modern Disposal.kit. .I
NW lit" Ter.MINIATURE waterway from $300. Good
committee chairmanships to paring for the national conclave Dowd Mrs. Sandra Lee Duncan Coty Line Away WRINKLES? WANTED MAN to service insurance Dachshund terms. C. Alton O'Quinn O'- a.Dishwasher oven. ,refrigerator Built In ,stove&

Dixiecrats. I to take the proposed demonstra- Mrs. Carol Patterson and $5 plus Tax debit. above average salary. AKC res. S wks.. 2 males Puppies& 2 Quinn's. Steinhatchee. Fla. washer. Double attached ga
Odi's Pharmacy -plus commission good opportunity females have had HUNTING & FISHING cabin. Fur- rage. Excellent westslde location
Cecil 'Moore, Negro presidentof tions under consideration. son, Mrs. Shirley Faircloth M 116 Central Plata (Next to Winn for advancement. Phone Phone -3IOO.. 2923 N.E.shots 10th sjo.St. nlshed electricity. water well. 1 Shown by appt. only.

the Philadelphia NAACP Atlantic City Mayor Joseph Emma Detwiler and son, Mrs. Dixie) I,D.L. Drugstore. 372-3694 for Information. BEAGLES for sale. partially trained Orange acre land.S rlngs.See John Elton. Call$25,400.FR 6-0117. Asking only

said recently: "We'll Altman in office 20 years and Lenna Joann Stephens Made- JACKSONVILLECOMMUTERS WANTED Working yard foreman and some have shots no _
chapter
,
for Lumber and Building Sup and 130. Good toclc' Phone LITTLE!!: LAKE SANTA FE Bird Claude M. "Red" Franks. Realtor
work in cooperation with CORE. recently re-elected to another line Held, Kay F. Floyd, JamesB. Ride er riders needed. Monday ply Company. Age preference 25 2.5135. Beach. Lots $12 .> #13. Each Myrle Lasslter Associate
to 40. Please state experience and 90 2tr. $7,500 terms or 14,500
x
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We can furnish 3,000 or 4,000 four-year term, has repeatedly Cobb Mary Bryan, John thru Friday. Call FR references. Apply to P. O. Box FOR SALE AKC registered Chihuahua cash. 3721335. 7 Wm.N,E.E 1st'Bill"St. Harris.Phone Associate 374-0817

pickets if they need them. We 1 warned that demonstrations in W. Everett. 6-2321 after 7-00 P.M. 414. Gainesville. Fla. Pies. Hubbard puppies; Circle also Collie Grocery.eup- YOUR VACATION HOME Res. 376-2927
WANTED first class combinationbody Mlihopper and 16th Ave. a-3324. Furn. house In Yankeetown 2 3727943
can make the line so long and the city this summer could l ruin 8 Baby Sitters. Child Car man & painter. Good salary biks. from River on paved street. MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTINGAN

so black they would think it was I the community's resort season,' ALACHUA GENERAL plus paid vacation. Apply. Mr EHRBAR its select KITTEN herd for RANCH your free offers se Only $3000 cash total price. S. exciting home with space, ex.ceiiently .
HOSPITAL PLANNED program awaits your Williams 88.5 Motor Co. 704 _E. Sapp Realtor wberry. Fla
I
midnight in midday." causing a serious blow to both pre-sehool youngster at JACK s. Main St. 5:30 lection.week Ill days N.E.; Sat.7th and PI.Sun.after all 3 BR. 2 Bath built. family air conditioned.room and

"We can give them enough its economy and prestige. May 28, 1961BIRTHS &Music JILL programs NURSERY educational SCHOOL. YOUNG man in wanted learning who the is home interested day. FR 20717.BEAUTIFUL ._ 35 Houses for Solo fireplace.Lloyd now Myrlck being Builder completedby In

pickets to block every entrance Altman has also said on many film-strips. 7:45-5.15 Mon.-Frl.J building trade. Some drafting and loving male Ger- PROF. Moving. Sacrifice price. 3 Wimberly Estates outside city
1331 S.W. 13th St. FR 6-3900. experience necessary. Call FR man Shepherd pup US. Avail. Br. 2 bath wooded lot 140 x 210. limits. N. W. 36th Terr. off
into Convention Hall that offi- occasions "Atlantic City is the Mr. & Mrs. Ralph W. Davis 6-7290 for appt. anytime. 3136 East University Faculty neighborhood. 3434 S. W. N. w. 39th Ave Offered for S22.-

cials would have to recruit policemen most integrated city in the city a boy; Mr. & Mrs. Ray- TINY TOT DELIVERY and SALES Knowledge Ave., Cottage 1. 20th St. 500. Phone 25489.

all the State United States." That statementhas PLAY SCHOOL of welding supplies. must
from over
mond Combs 2102 NE 16 Ter., know Gainesville, not over 45.

of New Jersey," he said. been disputed by both city a boy; Mr. & Mrs. Wm. C. Ter Visit 24 SE us Ith and St. see FR 4-7804.for yourself. high lent. Write school P.education O. Box 1723.or Jack-equiva IN THE I

":'There's. ,a brand new jail in and state civil rights leaders. rell 3473 NW 10th Ave., a boy. -WOULD like to keep children In sonvllle Fla.

ADMITTED private home during week. Phone SALESMAN Career salesman de-
FR 45123.CHILD sired. Excellent opportunity for
Laura J. Davis Virginia Lee OR INFANT CARE In private advancement. salary commensurate -
Starling Plague Began Combs Pauline Edith Farrell, home. Reasonable rates. FR with experience and back
6-1961. ground. College not required. althOUgh

I Hilbert Cue Jr., Cynthia Kay no desired.overnight Locate travel.In Gainesville Send

Carlisle Tammy Lee McC a 11 Employment resume, with picture if possible
With Works to BOil 41.-.., Gainesville Sun
Shakespeare's Paul Gordon Mulling Mar- SUN]

garette Weaver Nell C. Phi- II FEMALE HELP WANTED 13-Help Male or Female NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA

By-W. JOYNES MACFARLAN The federal government is also fer, Staten Fowler, Jr., Flor- DEMONSTRATORS" PLACEMENT SERVICE

WASHINGTON AP-In) 1890a keeping clean the buildings used ine H. Rogero Rejoice M. Bra- BEAUTY Earn up to $5 per hour demonstrating Office Technical Professional BOATS ti MOTORS -

lover of Shakespeare intro- by large starling flocks as rest zil, Jeanne C. Finch Teresa famous Studio Girl. College Graduates _ _ BOATS 6' MOTORS OUTDOOR RECREATION
Cosmetics. Full or Part Tune.Phone
duced starlings to these shores. ing places. Marie Cobb Garna Pearl Williams 376-4334 after '. 10-12.00 For A.M.appt. call 2-4-00 372-4377 P.M. WHO WOULD LIKE THE 76th 24" GRILLS

He released 60 pairs in New, Sandra J. Bowman, Ed- "SARAH COVENTRY"UNDER Monday through FridlyPERSONNEL HUNTER FIberglass Flshigq 12' Plywood fishing boals. HOOD-SPIT AND MOTOR
CENTER Boat Introduced by FRANK
Last Christmas bird $4t.30
counter IIU'
a
new management. Open
Central Park as part of ward M. Fisher NW 2nd Avenue PHIL TT7
York's I Carolyn Joyce ings for fashion directors. Part 102 GOOD YEAR SERVICE STORES
reported 16,000 nestled along tune or full time. For appoint- CARRIERS EASY TERMS OR CENTRAL THE TACKLE BOX 72S N. Main m.3J37
his crusad to, bring to America -: I Cobb Perry June Pylka Mau- DISTRIBUTORS and CHARGE
the ledges and roof of ment. call 3727049. reeded for morning newspaper
all ,birds mentioned in the just one rice W. Hunting Thira Mae Holey routes. Real-opportunity for right "The Heart Of East Gainesville"
Washington hotel the Willard UNIQUE positions open now for la-- fRANK PHILPOTrS CheCk with Charlie
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bard's works. all of Gainesville; Daisy Lee dies services.who qualify Vlvianne for Woodard personaliz Prestige d- person.and cash Dependable bond required.transportation Call- SPORT CENTER fR 2.1791. List af ClaSllfkatlofts t. choow

Sincethen: they have multi- It has since been wired to Wilcox Archer; Minnie Jordan Line CosmetiCs. personal Interview 373-4533 .r writ RS Ux wkk Home III HUNTER Fiberglass _ _ from
multiplied. Now a gov- give birds that come too close I Alachua; Eula Bell In the privacy of your 3620 S.W. Archer Rd. Fishing Boats.
pliedand McCULLOCH Mofors. MURRAY ALACHUA COUNTY'S
home. Call 374-1480 for appoint- HELP::: turn your spare time Into
ernment bird expert says the an electric shock. This is considered Baughn, Archer; Mrs. Mike ment. money. No soliciting or deliver Canoes.Trailers and JACKSON Sailing ONLY DEALER Skiing Swimming Diving.

I nation's starling population exceeds the most effective way; :I Leo DeBose Hawthorne; Ray WAITRESS evening<. COCKTAIL shift. apply WAITRESS Mr.. ing.. S2.SO Adjust pe your rhr. For own appt.workinghrs. call -wMr. Sells Itself" SEA HORSE JOHNSON MOTORS Fishing EQUipment

500 million. to keep them off buildings but Tooke Cedar Key; Mary Alice Pozin. University Inn from 2.00 372-7049 Quality SALES AND SERVICE Safety Items.2t .

Walter W. D>k- since only 100 of the 10,000 fed-' DeWitt Keystone Heights Em- to 8.00 P.M. NW. 14th Ave Lone Star 100ts. OrlandO CliPoer .
The expert ; 14-Salts Help Wai.t.dOPPORTUNITY FR 205011 er Fit 5-4393 Bpals. Ski supplies. Selling" rlOs. Golfing Eouiomtnt.BAIRD'S
for doctors
office
sIre a research staff specialistof eral buildings are wired, ily Ruth Robarts St Augustine; RECEPTIONIST mature and experienced. Salary MARINE Tennis EQUlprneftf.
Thru Fri. Sat. -4
Fisheriesand shocked don'thave Linda open. Reply Box 429-A Game KNOCKS! Mon. :: n.m. 601 S. MAIN ST.
the Bureau of Sport starlings usually Joyce Denton Micanopy; the Tkss Appointment
yule Sun. You've read about fabulous Village _ _ BaseBall EQUI""ent.Slln .
Wildlife said the flocks of to go farther than the next John S. Moody, Otter Creek. BE A FASHION \ Green. Nowhelp sell it! -
Excellent earning opportunity tor SWIMMING POOLS W1Ier. t. Fish.BE .
starlings have brought protests ledge. DischargedOra SHOW DIRECTORNO licensed Real Estate salesman. Want Ads

from farmers and cattlemen But such installations are ex Bell Lawson Cathy Everett de'ivermg! or collecting car Allen Dorman. sales manager. .
necessary. Call Connie Robbins.FR Hugh Edwards Inc. 372-1551 CAREFREE Pius many many more.Get
across the nation. pens \'e. All kinds of other tricks Patricia Hinkle, Mary 4-l6 after 6:30 p.m.

The reason: Starlings adore have been tried. Babcock, Elisah Williams Jim- OPENING in Gainesville and each FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY Results Enjoy a dean Md healthy pOOl.
of the surrounding towns for Master Poof krvice Inc. ADVERTISE IN THE
fruit crops, such as cherries and There is one new hope: Dyk mie Ray Hall Mary Alice woman who enjoys arts &. crafts. Supplies & Monthly bisaisingservice. .

like to eat -. stra chemical is and daughter William Call Mrs. Crosby. FR 2-m2. after SERVICE DIBECTORYMR.
grapes. And they says a being: Bringlinger 4.30: PJWL & weekends. For top quality workmanship FR 3-3363 6-0048 2-3171

and contaminate feed put out developed to sterilize starlings I Goette Eloise Watson WANTED experienced office girt call

cattle for their winter sites Valdosta with bookkeeping training. Paid 372-6142
In feedlots to fatten at roosting : Cynthia Polk Lucas vacations group Insurance. Call

market. and field tests are under way. Estelle Aderholt Gaston Welch FR 2351. GAINESVILLE UPHOLSTERY MERCHANT: To place ,"our ad in tire

The annual damage to agri "But" be added "it will be Cynthia Carlisle Winnie Harper OFFICE CLERK Gainesville.
Billing filing. phone orders must ISM N.W. IB* St.
cultural crops alone is estimated'I some years before the method I Hilbert Cue Paul Mulling Tammy type and use adding ,machine Pre Estimate*-nek iS sad Fun in the Sun section PHONE 372-8441
5 days. Write P. 0. Box 1723. Mltvery.
by Pykstra at $40-$50 million. can. be put to large-scale use."' McCall JoAnn Woodward. Jacksonville. Fla.
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NATIONAL REALTOR WEEK 24 to 30

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

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

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


35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for SaleGracious 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses For Sal 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sal

ARMY Officer transferred m u a.
OWNER. NW section SPACIOUS 2 story 4 bedroom. 2 sell. 3 BR. 2 bath, Fla. room.
WHY PAY RENT? VERY NICE 3 bedroom CCB HOMES BY GINGRICHNo FOR SALE BY bath frame house. Swimmingpool. $15.500.
baths. In N. W. Near SchooL/
New homes S9.500. 3 bedroom, tile M house. Oak parquet floors, patio down payment, on your lot. 3 bedroom appliances.2 double tile car N E. Phone FR 23738. Negotiate equity. FR 2-5043.
THE TIME IS NOW bath s<5 per month. Located on i near School and Shopping Cen low monthly payments. For free buut-m paved street, connected to $300 Down. $33 Month. 4-Bedrooir.
S. E. 45th Terrace. Also some' ter. See at 403 N.W. 19th Ave. literature. Write Gingrich. 1225 port.sewer. Small down payment. FAMILY HOMES 2 bath swimming!: pool -member
NE 22nd St., Fla. Phone
Dial Ocala
trade-Ins. Call FR 2372. & Spacious $9,500. 475-4381. 6223346.CENTRAL. Days phone 3723824. After 6 ship. Ideal N. E. location. Call
2 and 7. FR 20123.
3 BR, 2 bath, C.B. appr 2000 sq ft BRICK HOME, fenced wooded tot P.M. 376-4774. $24.500. Three bedroom. 2 bath. family between
FORDYCEREALTOR living i space restricted residential i 4 BR 2 bath, Ig. living rm., AIR CONDITIOING room, paved street. Central 3 Bedrooms 2 bath fireplace wall
area, Fla. room, Ig modern kitchen Fla. Rrru, & screened porch. J. W. Heat and Air-Cond., fireplace to wall carpeting. Maaison Park.
Do You Have A Room, ApartmentOr dbl. garage, like new. Ex. I Elect. kitchen, cent. heat & air FENCED REAR YARDA paved patio walK to Littlewood- Phone FR 6-1061, 3701 N.W. 23rd
clusive. Call for appointment. Call cond. Many extras including complete home: Wall-to-wall air KIRKPATRICKCHARM Westwood schools. 3403 NW. 7th Avenue.
Mary Moeller.Spacious swim club membership. NE sec carpets. draperiescentral Place. "
House Rent? conditioning- fenced rear yard
to tion. Reasonable down payment. In I colonial manner on a NEW
$123 per mo. Call FR 25953 Quality Chambers gas oven corner lot in Black Acres. Brick $14.600, Three bedroom, 2 bath,
& I range and hood. Vanitied laundry and frame. dbl-hung windows with Florida room Central heat Walkto 3 bedroom, 2 bath homes neai
WONDERFUL sink in connecting utility room. Howard Bishop and Metcalf school. V.A. nothing down only
evenings.KOREAN shutters fl.place..carpet, 3 bed
.
separate dinIng -. minimum
CharmingOlder Large living room schools. $100 closing. FHA
2 906 N.E. 20th Ave.
REMEMBER-A rental vacancy COSTS Architecturally designed 4 bedroom. home near J. J. FInley. room. Three large bed rooms rage. $2X80000 baths. two car ga down payment. N.W. 6th. St. and
2'/i bath home. Central air-condi- rooms. Hugh EdWards. Inc. $13.000 Three bedroom 2 bath. 37tn Place.NORTHEAST.
tioning and heating. Fully equipped Realistically priced. 3 Br., C.B.L VETERANSOnly 376-7971. SPECIAL In so many ways: Size3 -
R Dining rm family room & bedrooms. 2 baths large lot with sprinkler system.
YOU MORE than the ad that will rentit kitchen. Terrazo floors throughout. study. Landscaped yard, lovely $100 down, N.W. New 3 Area Littlewood Walk to Sidney Lamer school. ,

I, This home is with a very structural unique. two steel- story and area S14.750. Call Mary Moeller. BR 1 and 2 Bath Homes. Immediate GLADYS SMITH Bonus A playhouse 410 NW. 19th Lane. 3 bedroom.-m features 2 baM on large home.lot.rnanybuilt FHA
occupancy. All city servoIces.
Terms
Very flexible
glass. Call 376-1236. 3 blks. to elementary and Price -- $14,400.00Mortgage $9.000. Reduced this week. F.H.A. financed $500 down payment
New Listing tumor high schools. Price $12,250 EXCLUSIVE AREA 4'i pet. Valuation $10,750. :3 Br. 1 bath.

EXECUTIVE'S See this charming home. 3 BR to $15,000 including brick colo Acre lot In prestige area with I SPACE for your grand piano, space fireplace.: and screened porch. DAN BYRDASSOCIATES
C.B. Fla with fire nials. Total monthly payments four bedroom panelled home. Two for full-size buffet for 1033 N.W. 22nd Avenue.ALACHUA .
room place your space
'
Here's what COSTS YOU home 4 bedrooms, Tfi baths. Situated from $75. Located N.W. 39th St.. ,
your Vacancy Ig yard, excellent neighborhood fireplaces rustic exterior. PriceIs your king-size bed, and elbow INC.Jack .
on a lot in the NW
spacious Place. Call
NW. 14th ,
13th and
17900. $1500.00 equity. Monthly $21,000. Call 372-5393. I room for you and all the family
section. An! extra bedroom and bath
2-9545 daily and 4-9048 ,nights. DeYet Realtor
can be used as a study or den. payments like rent. $125.00 month. too.Superior
EVERY DAY until it is rented : Walled In Wall Call Mary MoelierSuburban BUTLER BROS. HORSE FANCIERSWill construction and reasonably AssociatesE.
patio area. to Wall Stone
Christine
E. Holloway-
carpeting in the living room. Call 3 BEDROOM house for, Sale by like this 3 acres outside of priced at $24.soo.00. Walter Stoddard
3761236. Owner. Partly furnished. Near City limits in exclusive section. LAKE ROSA frontage and a year
Beauty House Is modem in constructionwith round, modern, masonry, 3 bedroom 825 N.W. 13th Street 3722511
IF RENT IS YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS University. Shown by appoint.
: : Call night or day
3 BR, C.B. lot 159 x 105 sparkling ment. FR 28889.IN large sleeping area. Guest house with 4 car garage
QUIET I & cozy in country-Ilka area. cottage. Living room with) fire and large lot. Recently reducedto HIBISCUS PARK. J. J. FInley

$40 per mo. . $1.33 per day neighborhood for this 3 bedroom. 2 near shopping si2,750. Excellent NEWBERRY 3 BR, Fla. Rm. place. $30,000. Call us at 372- $18,000. Ready for immediate School area. 3 BR spacious house,
1 bath, kitchen, living rm., dinIng S373. occupancy. Consider rentingfor quiet
bath home. A patio adds financing: call Mary Moeller. attic fan. lots ef storage
spacious !: rm. Block/ home with 2V* a six month period.J. neighborhood FR 2-0992.
$50 per mo. .. . $1.66 per day to its desirability at only $10,000 acres of land within city limits. PASTURE
with a very low down payment. New ListingJumbo Price $14,000 Phone 4722459. LITTLEWOOD AREA. 4 BR, 3
5U acres fenced. Two bedroom
Call 376-1236.
bath, 2050 sq. ft. living area
$55 per mo. . $1.83 per day brick quiet simplicity. 3 br, $16,100 house. Deep well. Price Is lZr central heat built-in kit.. bike
CHOICEarea Fla room & breezeway excel.to- 4 Br., 2 Bath, Ig. Lr., Kit., porch. 75000 and can be financed. REALTYAssociates from Westwood Jr. High, 2 blks.
lent condition and priced on
$60 $2.00 day extra utility air cond., stove. from Littlewood Elem. School.
mo. . .
per per market.Budget
Is the location of this 3 bedroom days $102 Mo. Total. Equity on terms. Ideal for Ig. family, or famIlyand
home with hardwood floors HomeC.B. 3721854. Alre T. Smith Broker elderly persons. Priced for

$65 per mo. . $2.16 per day throughout. Large Florida room. bath cent heat. Buy Mabel Core Associate Immed. sale $74,500. 343 N.W.
attractive 3 br 2 DOWN N. 1st St. 376-2448
kitchen. All air conditioned $450 635 E. 13th Ave. 3722893. _
like rent. 513.500. Call Mary
3 bedrooms and 2 baths, central
$70 mo. . $2.33 day Moeller.
per per Call 376-1236. heat screened porch and large

family room, beautifully landscaped

$75 per mo" . $2.50 per day SPANISHInspired near schools with and back shopping yard ,fenced$15,000 r oMP mil I

terrace provides the view 611 N. W. 34th Drive. Call any. W. KIRKPATRICK
$80 per mo . $2.66 per day from the living room of this attractive time Realtor
4 bedroom 2 ,bath home. 31 N. Main Phone FR 2-8404 LE

$85 mo. . $2.83 day Situated on a lushly landscaped lot. Member Multiple Listing
per per Excellent low down payment and ASSOCIATES: THESE HOME VALUES
monthly terms to suit your budget. Floye Mathiasen Irene BunnellA.
$90 per mo. . $3.00 per day Call 376-1236. GLADYS SMITH W. Reece, Capt., USN. Ret. I BEFORE YOU BUY

1 BR CB. city water, lot 50x140.

$95 per mo . $3.16 per 'day REALTORAssociates paved street, down payment $200
: and $45 monthly. Immediate oc Norwood
Anna Hinson Florence Burns cupancy. Located near bus line i i
$100 per mo. . $3.33 per day Caroline Noyes Ben Griffin and Stephen Foster School 1114 SAVE'

t JaIl MARY Member Multiple Listing 376-7170.NW 39th Ave. See it and phone Hope


OPEN HOUSE FOR SALE 2 room house. Wilcox. "H" Inc:
CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR $3000 with terms. Effie Lindsey, III1IIIIIII1IIIIIIIUmmmtlllllll
MOELLER Rolph Realtor 3-6 P.M. Trenton. We Trade Homes
EXCLUSIVE NORTHWEST 22
FOSSEYDick SPACIOUS 2090 Square Feet I
SUN RENTAL WANT ADS I Robinson-Associate WOODED 93 x 164 Lot i 1115 NW 40th Drive or Property

REALTOR Ph. 376-1359 AIR-CONDITIONED Throughout g 3 Br. 2 Bath
11 W. University Ave. 3 Bedrooms, 2 baths, paneled HOME fnltwffhlwnfflnfllffffiBwtlmntHhiIBUTI! !
Den..Living Room, Dining!:! Room. The
FORDYCE following are ready for
1019 W. Univ. Ave. FR 6-4471 "Selling Florida Since 1906" electric built-in Kitchen. large == We must sacrifice this

Member Multiple Listing NO DOWN PAYMENT 3 Bk., 2 Family room. Hardwood floors. -Our inventory is too occupancy.
Associates, Inc.Real Mary Moeller.AssociatesE. Broker bath. Central heat, central air FR 21053. BUYERS g much-We: will toke

35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sal! Estate Exchangors W. Moeller Foster Kessler 374-2927.condo Northwest.. $19,000. Call 1918 N.W. 11th Road g $750 for our equity. 1442 NE 16th pro

Multiple Listing Realtors You assume $17,000 3 BR 1 bath, $350 down.
Grace S. Fordyce, Broker GUIDEby
WESTWOOD LITTLEWOOD Dudley Goulden, Associate WATCH FOR g Approximate mortgage $98 per mo.
Walking distance to schools. :3 Harvey Benton, Associate /N I Hurry to take advantage
NEW BR 2 baths home In Skyline 926 W. Univ. 376-1236 1 IMPORTANTANNOUNCEMENT The James Co. I of this. 2024 NE 16th Terr.
Heights. Study, hardwood floors I
built-in range & oven. Cent :::::;: $'i1ce : 3 BR 2 bath, $350 down. $ ).
y Cooperative apartments to The James Co. of Galn..sville. :
LISTINGSTHEIR heat. Shaded back --
376-0862. yard. Call PARRISHPRESENTS .. 11 be built In Gainesville. For Inc., Builders of Kings- I per mo. I

Information call FR 62921or berry Homes for this area will 1115 NE 5th St.
LOSS could be your gain. SACRIFICE $2400 equity for $700 write: be happy to answer any questions 3330 & 3320
See this excellent listing. T h lee cash. Total cost only S11. 21. P. O. Box 13956 you might have concern m 3 Br. 2 Bath NW 30th Ave.
Modern 3 BR, 1 bath home. home ownership. You mightbe
bedroom two bath centrally heat. $ Gainesville. Flo. ing 88 3 BR I bath $500 dn $79.50 E
ed and air conditioned house with Near schools. Refrig., elec. one of those people that Our Loss Your Gain I
Florida Room and screened porch range air cond. and drapes. k,1itAtt University Park now owns a home but found -Our inventory must per mOo
No qualifying. 1432 NE 14th Ter. ANGLEWOOD. Almost that it is now inadequate, If
overlooking a spacious landscaped new 4 bed.
be lowered We will
Phone 4617 SE 1st PI.
garden. 376-4068. room attractive home with cen- this is the case. a call to The
TEMPTING BUY tral heating and fully alr-condi- I Apts. James Co. could very well take $750 for our equi4S18 & 4608 SE 2nd PI.s .

$40000 DOWN and $3000 per 3 Bedroom 2 bath kitchen built.In tioned. This was one of the new 111 solve your problems. By this ty. You assume $13.600 3 BR 1 bath. $400 dn. $68
month will buy this three bed- family room central heat and homes In the 1962 Parade of IF9Jod2c4'3A8. we mean trading In your present (Approx.) mortgage oer mo

room house with Florida Room. air conditioning. Fenced back Homes Show. Let us tell you home. Hurry! We must sell 303 SE 38th St.
Included. more about this :
Range and refrigerator yard. Outside city limits. Priced one. McCOY'SMacomo
304 & 314 SE 39th Sr.
There are a number of questions now!
very reasonably. Located 3945 '
2 bedroom masonry home and 3.'" NW. :36tn Street. Phone FR 6- FLORIDA PARK AREA. A pleasant M it Homes that we can answer concerning = 3 BR.. 1 bath, $400 dn. $44
ACRES OF LAND ONLY 2'/i 2969. 1 masonry bedroom home on trading. We feel that 5 pr mo.
miles from the city limits. $1,. a nice tot 03x 154 located within by talking with us you can 3236 NW 29th Ave.
000 DOWNI J14.775 up ON YOUR LOT. Open walking distance to J. J. Fin- Village y. Qrecii Inc.For pick a suitable floor plan and 3 2 bath, $650 dn $91
House Sundays, 1 to 6 p.m. Designed Icy Elementary School and Gaines : : Sale very attractive 3- exterior design that will suit I Norwood 'rB'o..

BLACK ACRES We have 2 love- Steel Corp.& ,engineered by U. S. ville High SchooL Owner leaving I bedroom 1-bath home. 4617E. your needs, from our many
ly 3 bedroom 2 bath masonry Homes Division. 2100 town. plans that we keep on hand.
Ave. walking
sq. ft. 3 BR, 2 bath, E University ; 3301 & 3311
air
homes in this very desirable area. Cond. 6 MODELS OPEN'n distance to Lake Forest A call to the James Co. will Hope
CALL US FOR DETAILSI ', brick veneer. 2 car garage. 1801 GOOD BUY Owner leaving town Schools. Price 12500. $500 get all the facts about any NW 30th Ave."H" Iig
NW
36th Dr. Alachua Homes and type financing questionsyou B R. 2 bath, $600 dn
must sell 4 bedroom. 2 bath down and $79.50 month. any Inc' $91 11I
ACREAGEWe have several Inc. Call Frank Thomas FR 6- home. living room, family room ;H 9 AM TJL DARKJ ];j Call Gerald or V.per Q. McCoyJr. might have without any per ma.I .

large and small tracts of lend 6690.LITTLEWOOD built-in kitchen and screened Day FR 67290. nights FR obligations on your part. I
available. CALL US NOWI porch. Central heat and centralair i 4138 NW 19th ST.
AREA f: 6-5015. Office comer N. Main r I
4 B R, 3 bath, 2050 sq. ft. living conditioning. Priced to sell. .....;. $ $ MtHMS ::.:.: I and 23rd BlvdEYES We have lots available Inmost We Trade Homes 2 BR 1 bath, $300 dn. $47 per
any section of town for
area. central heat, built-in i "0.
kit. WMf or Property
John Merrill 1 blk. from Westwood Jr. High FINLEY School area. Attractive 3 Mr you to choose from. I
m
bedroom. 2 bath homeon
2 blks. from Littlewood clem nicely landscaped masonry, large lot. ;' Jimmy Womeldurf and Gene 22 DIJIIJJIIllllllllllllIlftlD1ltllllllHl! !
Realtor school. Ideal for Ig. family or EDWARDSINC RIGHT _WlUIIIIIIIIIIIIJ/IIIIIIIIIIWIWIIUI/ !
Immediate possession. May we. r fyHUGH Paramore have over 30 years:
family and elderly persons. combined experience in the I
LISTING show this FOR RENT
MULTIPLE Priced for Immed. sale. 3449 you one. See real dream living!:! In Shadow construction ALL OUR HOMES ARES
Phone 3721494 NW. 13th Ave. 3722893. MASON : 2837 N. E.15th Street @ Lawn Estates. Models Open.F. supervision of homes.by Jim By careful and- OPEN FOR YOU TO EN. 124 Sf 7th 3). I
MANOR. attractive 4
ASSOCIATESMARCELLA Very
D. Oliver Bldr.Ph. Gene, it will enable p JOY SEEING ANYTIME IF 3 BR, l' Baft,
PARDIW. 1 BR., bath, CB house on cere. 2 bedroom, 2 bath home located on you as the
Phone 372-1551 m YOU WILL JUST CALL. 1 Year Lease, $95 ptr Me.
H. BUCKHANNAN gas heaters, gas range util.! Rm. a large lot with fenced back yard. Ik. FR 2-0464 homeowner to get more home 1123 SE. 4th STREET
with Vi bath. End pump, ladders, Ideal for children. Walking distance West en NW 39th Ave. past for your money and certainly
FR 6-5301 or FR 47989aacirairaniiiiniinnninimiiyiiiiiiraiiiitiiiiiiniuiu mnIlIIIIIIIJIIIIJIlIIIIIIJIIIIIIIlIIIIIIJIII
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tools. some furn. Shade trees. to Westwood Jr. High. Central m 'f1"t."JJltt.t the Glen Springs intersec makes The James construc. H
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HZl7iZJJ5f1 m'Jjl Jf{% ;
: : tion. See sign on left. tion to be beyond
Homestead compare.
exemption 5Vi ml. heat and air conditioning.
REALTORWEEK from Gainesville, $8,000 cash. FR / / / : UlIIIII1l/111111UllJIIIlIImJIfIIIImJIIIIlJ! / !!! !!! !!!! llllltJll1

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2.1.541. UNDER 10000. New 3 bedroom
homes built under FHA specifications Kingsberry home we feel we
FOR SALE BY OWNER. spacious have a great advantage and
and available to qualified
3 BR. 2 bath, Fla. Rm.. close buyers with FHA financing. No great opportunity for you as HOUSE HUNTING?
to school. Littlewood Estates. closing costs and no city taxes. the purchaser to pick design
24500. Reasonable down pay and floor plans that are created .

SPECIALSNew 3725738.ment. 920 NW 37tn Ter. phone WESTS!DE.opening New soon.residential Acre subdivision lots. WIN THIS HOME leading by some architects.If of .the country'i CHECK THESE NORTHWEST

2 Bedroom CCB house, near Sidney streets now being paved. May we I
Lanier School, Shopping Cen tell you more about this restricted you desire complete Information HOMES TODAY
ter. S8.000 furnished. 330 N.W. residential area outside city lim call The James Co. and :
Listing 19th Lane. FR 25869. its. II we will be happy to come to

:3 bedrooms 2 bathS.kitchen extra large NEARLY new 4 BR home with all your amount home of time and necessary spend any to FHA & VA
The comes
family room.
luxury features within I
and walking explain The James Co. systemof
with oven
equipped range
II
and distance of new school. $31,500. home ownership.We .
brick fireplace. Living room Easy terms. 529 N.W. 58th St.
family room offer wall to wall $15,400Three
Phone
376-3569.
carpeting. Central heating and can secure FHA VA and
.
situated on paved street. FHA :3 BR, 2 bath, Fla. Rm., dining 'z\1 several different types of conventional -
qualified Buyer down payment $!,- ''room dbl. carport. extras. S1.500 : financing.Let bedroom, two bath colonial model. All brick:
450, full price $21.750. down. 4012 SW 19th St. FR 2- I
p026.FOR us mention a few of front. corner lot, paved street all city services. walkto
the Homes that are either under elementary and Junior High schools. Only $550
4004 N.W. SALE BY OWNER 4 BR. 2bath. construction or in the
Ig. Fla. rm.. utility area. planning stage.4Bedroom down; only $94.53 per month complete. These homesare

13th Place 'separate living rm.. dining rm.. new,and almost ready for occupancy.
,kitchen wall to wall carpeting In / 3 full tile baths
Central air conditioning and central living rm., glass sliding door with over 2300 Sq. Ft. living
offered in this -h. ; : .
heating are leading to 16 x 24' patio. fencedIn -; .. area. You must see this hometo
2 bath residence.
3 bedroom. back yard. 1325 NE 12th Ter. M..M. appreciate it. We will trade $13,500Three
Beautiful large live oak shade $19,500.NW. -j we on this one.2Bedroom.
tree. Drive by, then call us for
SECTION 3 BR. 2 baths. ew -
details on this reasonably priced 1V4 bath with
home. large carport and uti!.. lots of : .
.
,cupboard and counter space. Well PARRISHAND hardwood floors located on bedroom. one bath model? with double access

,landscaped rear terrace, excel well shaded lot.. Small down- I to master bath. Stunning exterior elevation, lOOx
FHA.Construction
Building Lot lent condo 3725756. ASSOCIATES. INC. payment. i 100 foot lot. Lots of'windows. Only $450 down FHA.

This lot Is located In prestige :3 BR, I'l Bath dining rm., Fla. MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTING to start soon on I Monthly payments only $81.00 per month.
area $lust off of N.W. 22nd Street rm. back yard fenced. In Carol H. Wayne Hill Helen Graham S V. A. 3-4-Bedrooms homes
en N.W. 7th Lane. $4.750 Is the Estates. near schools and churches Carolyn Gardenhlre Mary Parrish and the TAPPAN appliances in it in N.E. Gainesville. Call now .-'.
price. Call 3728776. 19 N.E. First St. Tel. 372.537S and make all color selections.All $15,000
these will be brick veneer. I
STUDENT sacrificing 2 bedroom
Near UniversityEconomy CCB home. Partly furnished. Including Come out and this luxurious I We have 40 lots on 39th Ave.100'x276. .
see home-The Chesterfield. Enter '
new
and comfort can be yoursin appl. and washing macho E. C. "CURLY"KUEHN Pick a lot and house Three bedroom two bath Sherwood model', 1200
It minutes from Univ.. few the Tappan Sweepstakes-first is plan to suit you. feet of modern $100 down.,
this 3 bedroom. 2 bath home. prize $25.000 which Tappan will square living space.: Only
Full price S1X2SO. $400 down payment blocks to grade school. Ig lot. JR. VA or $450 FHA. of -nately
Now under construction 3- Monthly *
payments r
to FHA Buyer. Why pay 9500. 4117 NW. 11th St. FR 2- Homes. Lots. Income. Bus- deposit in a bank for you to apply towards purchase of this home. Bedroom 2 baths with 1453 $91.00 per unit complete.
4635. After 5:30.
rent? Dial 3723522 for complete iness and Lake Property. Hundreds of other valuable prizes. too. And nothing to buy. All I Sq. Ft. floor area double carport
tieeils. $60 MONTHLY payments no tax. Farms and Acreage you on shaded 100x274 lot. Will

es, 3 BR home. excellent condi- I!:. -CURLY" KUEHN. Jr. have to do is enter your name in the Tappan Sweepstakes when trade on this one. $12,250Our
Act NowVery tion. Make offer on $2500 equity. 63< N. MAIN ST. you I
Must see to ;lreclate. Owner FR SM31 Broker FR C-6544 visit our model home.TAPPAN '
choice large custom built leaving city. Call 3720064SPACIOUS.
home In beautiful wooded area. best buy at a popular: price. Three bedroom

West outside city limits at S3t- Built-in : one bath home new and distinctively different ar$400 I
000. This wont be "on the marker appliances as featured on down FHA. 100x100 lot with trees, $74.00 a month

for long. Over 2900 Sq. Feet living area In Quality Homes THE TODAY SHOW LIFE LOOK SUNSET I total payments. Newly clean and ready for a family.
this unique home. 2 king size All city services walk to elementary .and Junior High
BRX 1 smaller BR. Huge living 1 schools.All .
room. Urge Fie. room big famIly ; WESTVILLAN.W. !
room builtin efl! :. kitchen. Also I i of these homes are located on N.W. 39th Street

Ref.extra. & washer-dryer.kitchen with 2 tile stove.baths. 16th Ave. Get full details and enter the Tappan Sweepstakes at our I ,I N.W.to 13th downtown and 14th medical r..ce. and are VA readily aCcessible and-
For Mere litformativnCall center Hospital
3 A-C units. HW & tile floors. : I
IQrARNOLD model home NE 31st Ave. injIigh1and nearby shopping center.
Some of the most gorgeous pan & 37th St. I on II
f
elling you've ever seen. Open
beam ceiling. You'll have to I TheJames WHY PAY RENT?
see to believe such exists. Can I
be used as two large Apts. So TERMSWALTER Court Manor I
convenient to town. All this and Co. Sales Office N.W. 39th Ter. in Palm View
more for SI7.700.) Excellent terms.
--, MCMp" the swim club community
I ,
I Of Gainesville, lac.

UNIVERSITYREALTY Builder of Kingtbcrry Estates.BUTLER

STUBBS, Homes BROTHERSPhone
REALTY COMPANY 1 OFFICE PHONE
Multiple Listing Member INC.
121* W. Univ. Ave. 372-3S22 1115 N. Main St. Ph. 372-4351 I by Kirkpatrick & Pierson 372-2527
Associates: Pete Sieg W. M. Munroe. Realtor NIGHTS & HOLIDAYS
Jane Caldwell F. W. Hodge t Asso. S. E. McLaughluv Frank "We Trade Houses" Sales Office-NE 23rd Blvd. & 11th Terrace-Phone 372-3471 372.7401 : FR 2.9545 FR 6-9048
t Jim Sheppard ",1eG Mayo Roby. Roy McCann. T. C. Douglas l daily: nights IIIJ
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'H'IIII111I11111111111111I1111111111I1RRIIIIIIIJ: 1IIJII1IJIIII1IIIlRI, 42 Farms & Acreage 45 Furnished Apts. Printed Pattern:I 56 Business Opportunities r .66 Mise .For,Sale. 77 :Mobil_ Homes for-Sale- 35,.Automobiles for Salt


CLASSIFICATION INDEX
'.6 Acres beautifully wooded. Suit EXCELLENT downtown Sinclair JEEP. Univ. 4-wheel drive, with
1 BEDROOM garage apartment HOLLYWOOD bed, box 23 years In Mobile Homes Bust- Waren heater.
e able for homesite develop ,Service and doing springs power winch
I 9 ment. N.W. 39th Ave.or. near Mill- furnished. For rent at 3 S.E. Stlto wl-p I.s to responsible Inre and a chest; 1 Ex ness. Deals' & Service to ltSt m hb grp tir O oversize
9th St. month. FR or t 420 34th Special attention .
ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE hopper Rd Intersection. $9,500. S 6--21 party a coiti y fiI toP br. Ix.ttll
Butts Mobil
4-2938
F students.
T Sinclair: Refining Dr. Can
capital.
FR Hay
1 hTMenerUBi errnL 4-4448 after 5 p.m. : P 3:6 cdti 2-2
S Car* 'ef Thank Cl WaaUi <. BITtS and weekends. 1 BR, 1224V* N.W. ins St.. $45. Phone FR 4-0222 o 2-12 SHOP equipment. Hydro- Hs. In across Market.from 441 Galn.North 5._

S Lest 4k Fem.4 Macklnery *. _T*.UCS I ACREAGE 1 BR 419 N.W. 2 Ave., $ 12 LANE BOWLING ALLEY On W. BEAU chair shampoo bowl at city,limits. 3763361.IT'S Merr Monterey 195 4-door I
BaUdlnc Materials 41' N.W. Ave.. .
4 PersOBaliiei Servlae S Univ. Ave for- la. Opportunity with dryer, and a reducing coiti. radio
m ft Tr.?.l lafermali .4 HMueheM GeeiaCS 1575 Acre working cattle ranch 2 1 BR, 3505 NW. 17th St.. S tor right to get In cir. Reasonable. May be seen FOOLISHto white Exceptionally

ii C Special >Uee* Antiaaet == within 35 ml. Gainesville BR 1010V W. Unlv. Ave. S5. the bowling alley business with a through Saturday from to clean. Reasonable. FR 2.1313
rierUU .. Misc. FIr Sale 9I appr. 1 McKINNEYoREEN. INC. amount Call FR 10, 259 pay more. RECKLESS topay"s 1224 E. Ave.
Ckl'i Car "7 Trading PastaS E mL pavod road highway frontage. Relon' Fi 2-3617 Im.1 or FR o c.plt.1 for Mr. S:0 MlzUs Btu GET THE REAL Unv. _
Baby Silt.
Phone '
iE! well fenced $12500 per acre with 62J A re Payments as low as 1954. Black and White
.
I I. Places T.- G. An* Articles Wanted nice 3 br. cent heat d A-C home ON 301 In Waldo, fumis cot Haynes. 4171. $57.29 per month with $300 down. MERCURY.. P.S. P.B.. radio,
99 Fuel Oil W... VA Mat
*
Tbtaf T. See tage;
I :. Boata Maria E.aIJ.JoUTOMOTIVE' I included. Call Mary Moeller. $18 kice bro .lt ROSE'S Lawn Ne Si I .LAKE GENEVAMobile .1. P 3H Very good
IdUdes utilities 61 Wanted to Buy .
W.University
Camp B..'. Flak I 40 Acres. 10 ml Gainesville. off etc am back at od Homes Sales _
41 u I buy. sell and
33 Office Rt. 100 SE Keystone Hts Fia.
EjuIpmea OLDS. 1954 like $375. i953MERCURY.
:. Airplane Salee-BtnUU state Rd 26 $350 per acre 1 BEDROOM CASH for your used turnllUfl refrigerators trade. 1st class "pair as al- new
73 ftUsJcal
MereaaaiU fumls.partmt. 2 dr. hf, $300. Phone
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n UebCe Hemes for Safe
Completely
m stoes Ts. coth- BELIEVE IT
7$ Track fer 8ale S.W. 7% acre Renchettes' restricted. Large shady pte. clo In. ing. etc. 2-393. Wilam'sSeri ways.BRAND 316'5 or 3723126.PLYMOUTH _

7$ Tracks Waate gm Phone 448-1595 yard.S Mth. Center, Hawe NEW 1964 OR NOTSave 1941 2-door sedan V.

M Traeter *Track Beatala REAL ESTATE FOR SALE AIR MODERN HOME >. AT. locater 4 new W-W tires.
m lit Trailer Beotatt iil S.W. one acre lots available out C.luxury fur apt. Moving 5. Household $600 10 x 4 7 BR furnished White Wit black Interior. $750 orS

5 U llaureytles tt S.e.teraS4 S3: Lei for Sal 13. wIll town. until July ., \Ct1i1 GeT automatic zig zag only $3195. $4 down, take up
ABteneblle repaIrs 11 Waterfreut Pre,*rtr eiij tS acres. Colonial Home. 2 lakes. ; sub-rent at great loss- cotonial Full 154,09 per month. Edgar Wight. payments
89 AnUmeblleS fer Sate Si Bemse 1'... **!. 5 on property borders on another. Manor Apt. 372-505 or FR T- APPLIANCES machine. Set dial Over models choose from L 4173.
5 S4 Swap Car se L.Uaea Fr Sal* i within 25 mL Gainesville. 6361. ex. 2171 Hochstlm. I' \ I Tested and GuaranteedRefrIgerators fo fan stitches appli 5 t VALIANT 1'6 clean, w tires

b"- 37 Real EitaU Exchanged e $30,000. good terms. Call Mary 2 BEDROOM. 5 room 4 f I up que, u t tonholes, etc. TRAILER MARTHWY. Illtomlti '.2 Small equity or
38 Seal Elute Waited == Moeller. N.W. 7th Ter. ilpartmt Rae S up PHONE olde cr payment
EDUCATIONAL S qrt 1AJ $119.
1 31O
I S* Oat *f Tw. Property ment. S75 Phone appin-I 17 Wahr from 11 up SUNDAYS 1 Call FR 2-3813 after : or
IS StboeU iBstnettoa 4* Basted* Prepeme* I 2-Story home In Melrose Large 6 I a Dryer from $up Sewing Machine Service Co. 4-3142 In af.r and ask for

U BlBSiC. DlBClBf.. 41 KesUeBtlal lacea* yard beautifully landscaped. 32 ; 2 Food-Freezer fr S up 815 W. Univ. Ave. EAST PALTK. FLORIDA Bob both places.VOLKSWAGEN _
80 Waatcd-iBitraetleB APARTMENT at 2010 N.W. 2 $ up
41 Farms Acreage Jell Disw.sr FR 6-1075 SI 890, 35 x I' Great Lakes
Place. $50. Phone FR 2-8424. 10 from S35 up 15 1941 Sun roof. ex.
I Gainesville Approximately i -
I 43 Colored Property Rentals @ .2 Story home. near Trailer. Ideal student. Call
atanytime.
cellent be seen
JIM APPLIANCE can
EMPLOYMENT 43-1 Catered Preperty Sales = 40 acres. Suitable for NICE clean apartment. 1432 N.W. 419 NW VOYLES C. USED AUTOMATIC wit.ur after 5 coiti.. 4-2108.
17 WerkTante4 Male guest or nursing home on lake. 15th West Apartment. 8 Ave.Pt35 zoom t mm elec. camerapro- 3160 P. CII _

I ,1< Work Wasted Fen at* RENTALS $65.' F Terae.28427. 5 REPSSESSEDHELP lector combination. 15 value TRAILER for sale. 8 x 31* TravelIte 43 MG Midget, Ice blue. whit
for $85. Univ. City Suppty. with nice 10 x 15 cabana.
i 14 Sale H.11tV&D e. == MARY MOELLER. REALTOR walls tonaeau. radio & heater
15 Help-Male er Female 44 CelUies Far Keil Iii 1019 W. University Ave. FR 6-4471 SEMI-UPLEX. 3 rooms. very at 1021 W. Univ. Ave. Price $1000. Call 316. good condition. Call 372-2784.
It Stale Help WaatedDramatie g tractie. private entrance and !:' :
41 faraUked HOME
= Apta.4C NOT DIVORCEDI SEE US FOR MOBILE SUP
and hot water furn. Jetfire hardtop
Oldsmobile -
1963
SAVE MY CREDIT
bth. _
5 Unfurnished Apia. 5 43 Colored PLIES 8, MOBILE HOME INSURANCE
Property have a brand new 1944 model
remodeled
and I've
redecorated. been
11 Female Woofed & transferred out of town oir conditioned
Hrtp 47 Heaie rates.
3 far Beat Firm. at the
Automatic Sewing Machine
48 Reuses far Rent C of..... $75 Ph. 2 per m.. 814 N.E. 11th Ave. / } credit dept. says responsible party Zig Zag that does We- SPECIAL-roof lest cop Car

FARMS & LIVESTOCK 4' K..m_ I., BentS HOMES FOR SALtS 5:3 P..or all : can take over pmts on my f\lr would like evrhin. up Town & Country Trailer Sales sed Univ. City
day
Saturday is
& 3 Bedrooms SE 14th St. 5 an Snda. : 8< appliance now hi storage. Group s parked o
t* Turn EuIpme.I Betel Seems 3840 SW Archer FR 2-2290
, month.
SE 7th Ave. Some down consists of nylon covered sofa bed payments per Re. Bank lot. See Mr.
= 51 Misc. Bentala51A I no pay ONE bedroom furnished duplex parking
27 Feed FertilizerS Total 815 W. Univ.
ment. Some small down for also matching chair.'2 end tables 4 price S 1 BR air turn trailer & en-
pay. ,
2 LlTCtteck A SBppUc Wanted T* Beat5t rent. 408 N.W. 24th Ave. Ave. coo Foster or Mr. Johnson at
.J.I Excellent condi
ment. Monthly payment $57 to $60 matching cocktail table with mar- 376-1075 closed cabna.
mo. Ph.
== tl Laa4aea..c I.p 1500 Beardcra. Wanted i5 $65. Also homes built on your p 2. .I Jf po tops. Bedroom suite dresser Maple spindle dbl. bed ti FR 2B 4-8 A and 6 the bank_
53 Otflt Desk SOLD
50 Pet A Supplies SpatsU 5i lot for no down payment. 1 8. 2 BR trailer for rent. Moore's tilting mirror chest
&
wit new mattress dbl. P.M at $995
O 41 CORVAIR. ..
wi
U Biimets BenUb
Lltesteck WantedFINANCIAL 5m Trailer nuT
Call TOMMY RIDGELL Court. 2330 E. Unlv. Ave. size coup.
EJ Phone bookcase bed. dlnet. set mirror. $50. 2402 1958 HICKS trailer, 8 x 43. with 6 COMET ...' .......... $ ,
g Builder Phone FR 2-41K 3616. with foam padded chair. NE llth St. Ph. 376--1426 1 x cabna. Air citi RENAULT ... ........ $495
3
SERVICE 2 Furnished bedroom size! Norge refrigerator with full BR ..... $795
garage RENAULT .
.
fiB o 4 Modern, walnut finished chairs, Pi. 316--717.
( M Butaeas Oppertamltlc 13 Special Service 44 Cottages for Rent apts. 1 single 1 size freezer & crisper slvI on 6 FIAT 400 ml. ............ $995
Coupes' o lirl. contour Good for dining SALE rent. 1940 Great
SI MemtT to .Laaa S3: Bern* I.r.n..tasa No "' l door deluxe range Is md. FOR or
Mertcaf *4 Ba4le TT SerrleeIS IP. 2-0204. tt::: This group originally sold for or desk Cot $14 ea., sell Lake Mobile Home. Located onprivate 62 FORD Galaxie ... $1,495.

1 Meaey Waited IS ApplUnc Fmrmltmr FURNISHED.electric. tile 1 shower BR cottage good ventilation all I I 2 Water BR apt.furnished.upstairs, S per NE mo.4th f:;.i. } 9008 Now only $6. for $7. As. Eltric 3 gal good Nationalwater con- If. Call 372.2408. Phone 3723407 or FR 2124.MUST

OPL.__ -......."..... a_ It, located on Santa Fe I Ave. May be seen after S fM. $263 dition. $15. 312.31. TRUCKS FOR SALE SELL Pontiac Catalina 1963
Lake. Phone FR 3-5451 or FR 2- Call FR SIZES 14K-24K 78 factory air-conditioning power-
'169. I 2-80 STAUFFER reducing table in near steering power bake R & H
I '35 Houses for Sal 38 Real Estate Wanted. I NICE apt. en- No money down take ever payments Iy new condition; terms can be
HOUSE en LIMIe Lake Santa Fe I c' I prl.te. wk ask for furnitureIn for reliable party. 1954 INTERNATIONAL cab Cv.rvn. $0 C.1 2-5.
utili e.5
private beach dock. boat. $40 tr.ne& antenna Al. SE t 1 ic 1- at rrlne A-V citi' S cs BRING out the best M yr car.Superior .
weekly. Call FR 4-4943. 2nd f\lrn S1 Ple :763 Rt. 1. Box 4A. Auto painting body
MO DOWN PAYMENT REQUIRED. TEACHER wants to buy 3 or 4 PI.c. 372-22 NATIONALFURNITURE ADMIRAL air conditioner. 1963 Fast dependable service:

3 BR. 1 Bath, CCB home.. built bedroom country home with 1 BEDROOM TRAILER. NO 2 room & bath completely furnished WAREHOUSE model 17,500 BTU's. Only used 80 Tractors Truck Rentals wr WRIGHT'S
1941. screened porch. fenced yard acreage or home In nice older Sew a new shiraist you 6 fl picup dliery.
wlli. Call FR 27843
PETS. FR 25633. Clean cool. NW 4th St.
Blvd., ms.
efde. Beach
for .
lovely trees, paved stre t. Payments section of town. Send details to MY on 32 FL21 WORKS 21
$60. Water FR
covenient 9-9. Sat. ,
$Th per mo. 1411 N.W. box 424-M. Gainesville Sun. furn. comps. Ocober. Enjoy wearing this daily Su 12- 70 Boatt Marine RENT a rC one-way anywhere 6-907.
55th T tr. 374-5770. 45 Furnished Apt*. 3-7. 12 25th St. breeZ dress often. Send Jax, Fla. Delivery assured any Equip. in the from United Rent-

CLEAN. living room |lust refur NOW where. Alls 45 NW 8th Ave FR
3 BR. Fla. Rm Carol Estates. 39 Out of Town Property NICELY furnished convenient nls. newly painted. 1 BR apt. Printed Pattern 9008: Half Sizes FREEZER CHEST TYPE. Guar 2' Cnscraft cabin cruiser, hull 62aJ DODGE-DART

near schools. Pay low equity downtown area. $75. Also garage NW' 23rd Blvd. 875 per 14VJ, U'.i 18V*. 24 22Va 24'*. anteed. Can deliver. $57.50. craft No C-112. power In with first Crs Motorcycles Scooters DODGE TRUCKS
& assume VA loan with $7754 mo. Immed. Phone Size' 16'i requires Refrigerator service In yourhome. KL.IO eg 6
apt. air conditioned. $90. Adults ocupn. 3ln Boat dock
4 HOUSE FOR sal* bi Keystone
mo. payments. 374-053 only. no pets. Inquire Uilian'sMusic 6-241. Realt. fabric No service charge on re- LAMBRETTA '63 ex-
ed at Old Clay Landing Suwan- Mechanically
Heights. Fla. 3 BR. 2 baths. 1 cents for this POOLE-GABLE
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS.. Beautiful acre lot will sacrifice. Appraise S'orr.fURNISHED TWO DUPLEX 1917 T'rty ve I coin pairs. Wanted refrigerators In nee River near Camp Azalea cellent. No reasonable offer re
15 each
home, highly restricted lake in at su.ooo. will sell for $14,990. Apartment tor rent NW 34fh Avenue, $52 per month. ptt.r-for add first-class mailing and freezers needing repair. FR 2- test cruise by arrangement. Call tused. Call FR 24426 or Univ. 119 SE First Ave.

city limits. 2 biks. post office Call 374-1148 Gainesville after 5pjn. with living Rm.. bedroom. tile FR 24224.LARGE-. special handling. Send to Marian CHINA breakfront,.limed oak, slid Archer 495-2121 during day or ext. 2355.ALLSTATE.

bank. 3 BR, Ig. dry kitchen bath. alr .
L.R.paneled.14 Fla.x 20'Rm.study tiled walnut bath Apt. FR 29569.FURNISHED location. Water free. Garage. NW Dept., 232 West 18th St.. New tion $35. S Rd. Phone Boat Trailers Refinished. Excellent running coo Call FR
section. No pets. Call York 11. N. Y. Print plainly NAME. -- ----- -
2-13.
powder area. accoustlcat ceilings 40 Business Properties Apt. for rent $55 per 376--792 Sandblasted-prleaifted. 6-265.
11 throughout. All wall to wall carpet mo. Water turn. Call FR 2-1823 FOR RENT 2 BR furn. apt. Water ADDRESS WITH ZONE SIZE and 6 Exper Wo RNlisti .
MIsc Sale.
6 .For
FR 23794. furn. STYLE NUMBER. 84 REPAIRS
completely re-decorated in or S per mo. 203 SE 9th 372-313 "UTOMOBIL
past Paved circular driveway FURNISHED duplex for sale by St. at 215 SE 9th St. YOUR FREE PATTERN IS with
year. owner. Two bedrooms each. Excellent ONE-I BR turn apt. with private It 250 design 10 ft. aluminum fishing bt MELTON
2 Phone 372-0440. READY'- choose fro SPECIAL auto painting .95. Automotive -
courtyarO car'carport location. Large lot. Live in ent. Also a 2 BR apt with air Ides In new ALL CHANNEL T. V. antenna TV' h.P. motor and man repairs $

plus garage. First time offered. one and rent other. Owner will conditioner. Walking dist. to ONE bedroom duplex. ground floor. SUMMER Pattern SPRING Double stack complete. Nothing cartop loader carrier. Call 372- Miller 1 Sons NW. tneup.

the price i is.right' and representsa finance. 924 SW 7th Ave. town. Call FR 25514. Clean private large living room. Dresses Catalo.. morel else to buy, $15. Brants. 4172. Phone 372-0080. 7
sacrifice. Owner transferred.FHA Water furn. $14 $44 mo. 513 NW. 8th Avenue.COWLING'S Including I MOTORS
wk. Send cents rowboat & all -
now.
commitment. Terms nego (URGENT. Due to family CLEAN 4 room apartment. Close Apply 417 SE 4th St. 5 3m. outboard fQuip.nt. $70. AIR CONDITIONING Tune up
tiable. Offered by owner. Call to shopping. 6C9 N.E. 6th St. UPHOLSTERY mtr. Special '$2-50 for performance'test. I
473-4373 illness.) Phone FR 2-1391. $45 month. Chairs. low as No money Cash. Can find m home. R.U
Keystone.FOR per 48 Houses Rent Unfurn. s .
makes and models.'
Business for sale FLA. Burger 19 'o SE Ave. Al
46 Unfurnished low
Apts. $ per Ties.
SALE BY OWNER. NW SEC cents. Fannm Springs. Fla. on NICE I BR furnished apt. Private doW a. pickup mont Burto.. 10 8 Sat. afternoon. Hawes Powers Motor Co., Air \I Double
TION. 3 large BR. 2 bath, Fla. Highway 19. 27. 129. 98. Writ. toRt bath & entrance. Hot & cold Fre service. All work Fr Conditioning Servicing C. n t. r. Checked
Rm. CCB home near school. 1, Bon 154. Trenton, Fla. water furnished. $50 per mo. TWO bedroom 3 Room house In Waldo. Living lver guaran 14' boat trailer. Excellent conditi 204 N. Main St.. Phone FR
Phone
duplex, kit- room, dining room, 2 BR, Kit- te 3761786BUYER'S See at S.E. 1e-
Owner transferred. Reasonable.FR Phone 2 9704 or 2-1995. chen S 17 4t 2541.
euipp. $85 per chen & large screened porch. FR Used Cars
1245. mt CLOSE Have new
2- 42 Forms 6' Acreage UTILITIES FURNISHED. close In, Se 416 N 4th Sf. Also large lawn. Suitable for OUTS Extra rc. 21
merch.ndis daly. Pan American fiberglass boat 85 AUTOMOBILES for
1RI-LEVEL HOME 3 BR. 2 Bath. 2 rooms, private bath. off-street TWO apt. available children. Phone Discount Always 1'
broom So 612 HP & trailer. Fla.
im W'I Mercury
15 SW 2nd PI. Prlr.
sep. dining rm.. fireplace ceo.heat BEAUTIFUL rolling 2 to 5 acre parking. no pets. ; lower level of
come.
LEASE or SALE. Prof. moving. Camping trailer f x r. Fullyequipped. AUSTIN HEALY SPRITE. .
built-in tut. equip.. screened estates. Choice of wooded or FURNISHED apartment for rent plex; stove and refrig.. situatedabout 3 Br. 2 bath. Hardwood DISCOUNTS. 19 S.W. 1st Avenue. Sleeps 5. GR good Also CHEV '
patio. dbl.-car garage West. permanent pasture. 7 miles west for two. male only. air-condl- 3 blks. of 1105 double Ig. flr. S253. coitio. S. 63 BUICK
wOOd-G.H.S. area. See at 2247 of Gainesville. $600 per acre- central heating. u t II. NW 4th Ave. cmps.. Phone garage. lo. SIMMONS HIDE-A-BED Slip cov 6yllnrs.
tioning. Electra 4 door sedan
so
mO Faculty neighbors. 3436 frezze like 73 Musical MerchandiseORGAN good beige
grey
NW. 16th Ave. 28848 after 4. be the first to make your Choicel! furnished. Phone 2-8433 or 4-4173. FR 4-5871. ere Upolstery. autotrans.
30th $40. 2 pair s. With vinyl power WInds
Call or see United Farm St ne. C.I 312-70 Iterir.
NOT IN SUBDIVISION 3 BR. block Agency 3722954. TWO Bedroom Trailer $60; one NICE apartment close In. prlv. 3 BR house at 1311 NE Terr. length 54", $8 pair. FR 4-7978 SALE CORVAIR p a .et power

& shingle colonial. Kirby Smith bedroom. 14$. On 5 acres. Adults bath. shower and entrance, utils. Stove & refrigerator. $14 per after 5:00 P. Of Christmas Left overs. All with MOa..6, rpP factory
& St. Patrick Schools. Near FARMS RANCHES ACREAGE only. Sorry. no pets. 4611 N.W. and antenna furnished; also efficiency -
Savings to wall tires. 8,000 actual miles.
Phone FR Weseman new organs. up
mo. uniforms
Park. Fenced fireplace.hardwood 41 LADIES cotton reg. 3 $3695
yard RURAL apt. 6247
PROPERTIES for
4th St. Call 29838.
Idel workin Piano Assume small
cent. payments equi
floors. 112.500. Owner. girl. 531 SE Place. Realty. $291, al colors (No white), closing per Ell's Co
Phone FR 2 2734. 2 BR 1st floor furnished apt. large 2-22- 702 W. Univ. Ave. 312.2 ty. Wll consider older car for
ROBERTS C. SMITH. REALTORU.S. 1110 NW 40th Ave. 3 BR CCB 11.2. .
NEW at .
rooms. screened porch clean. 1 BR dupleJ apt.. kitchen Boy's and knit tennis Cal owner 3J.ex.
home sir. WURLITZER
Hwy. 441 Micanopy. Fla. separate dining carport -
BY OWNER. attractive 4 BR. 2 freshly painted sprayed monthlyfor S month on a n size 10 through 3 15 weekd.y '63 BUICK
Air Ph. 444-3120 euipp pr. front Near reg. 119. 1 America's No. 1 piano and
bath. lovely yard. cond. porc. St.penFoster.
Water furnlahed. $60 374-8372 days
pests. DODGE. 57 4 AT.
Royal
Piano Co.
cent heat db!. util. rm.. swim 2 ACRES 10 paved miles out. per mo. Phone FR 4-5883. -31f7 evenings. $80 r 376520. cents SUPER DISCOUNT organs Gainesville's are at .Ear's Wurlitzer PS. alr-cond. $395. dr.Boone, Special V.8, automatic transmission
club membership. Walklno distance Comfortable older 3 B.R. home MODERN, 3 IV* MILL. 1st Avenue J air conditioned
LARGE 2 8R air-co 4-0222 or 4-7447.
BR ground floor bath Dealer 702 W. University
Metcalf. & Howard Bishop. with modern bath 16 bearing pecan YOUNG COUPLE or aged couplepreferred apt. ditloned .
trees Whole but no children or Stove refrig. 8. Venetian blinds SEWING MACHINE Ave. Phone 372 2222. FORD 43. F-500. Air $2495
$450 dwn. $*8 mo. 2832 NE 11th ; prlca $ OOO.OO. porch, carport and utility room S-coupe.
Terr. Ph. 374-234. Requires $3,00000 cash. OUCHI pest Upstairs apt. Available now. furnished. 1018 SW 8th Ave. $75 with washer-dryer Automatic Zig Zag. Looks PRACTICE PIANO SALE cond., B-at. New tires. Wholesale
ARCH CAMPBELL. REALTORPh. Call 66513.IBEDROOM per r CII 374-2441 or 4-2930 at Ml N.W. 36th coti sews like new. Makes Bill FR
ask Haynes. Te. with in Upright pias. some as Is. some $185 Aers
McKINNEYGREEN 3765707. ANYTIME furnished duplex. mOo Call FR 2-147 or 4-2735. fan stitches drop factory priced from 62. '63 V'WAGEN
button holes, sews S
DESIRABLE
Newly decorated. $50 month. 17 well located 2 BR O and up. Gridley Music ., FORD. 1955 4 dr. radio &
FORDYCEACREAGE N.E. 13th St. Phone FR 2-0374. duplex apt. with utility appliances CLEAN. Quiet. 3 BR, 1 blt home bns. bln, hem.overcasts mends. Gainesville Shopping Center. FR2.S $475 price will vary.hHte.illlto CII air conditioned vinyl. clean
Avail. June 12th. Rent. near elem sllool. $ per darr
furnlsled. m.
DEATONREALTORS REDWOOD APTS. 4401 S.W. 13th monthly yearly basis. Nochildren 515 3t" Phone 2-8. Only $ .1 or payments ..tsa.S or 4th terms.Ter. Phone 316616. $1695

St. New air conditioned 1 BR pets or students. 815 2 BR unfurnished avail. C.I 372.201. SALE!
-
pis. water furn. S90 per mo. NW 13th St. PhO. FR 4-5323 June 1st. $50 per hus. SE 17th TRADE your to operate Prices reduced throughout the FORD 1954 V4 convertible, new
NEW LISTINGS Call FR 4-0427 or 2-4723. or FR 4-4833. St. Contact Clyde Dunn.RENTAL ELECTRIC otl heater and store. New and used Pianos. Con paint. new top g motor and '

Holly Forrest : Approximately 20 acres. $4,400.beautifuity CLEAN. 2 BR upstairs apartment 2 BEDROOM unfurnished apart- $48 for a new glasslined GAS sole and portable stereos. Used tires. $295. FR ---- 62 PONTAC

< high and rolling. Just near Campus $90 per mo. ment. 323-B N.E. 9th Street. SOS water heater. Much more hot organs. Special sale day Frl.y. f passenger It.li wagon full
Attractive 3 B.R. 2 Bath Ocala off a paved road. Excellent for Phone 23329.I Month. Water furnished. FR 4-5197 water at about half the cost with May 2th. We will be power air new
Block Home situated on large truck. farming. Wonderful lOlL after 5.SPACIOUS. We hive many attractive rentals OUR LP GAS. PROPANE. day, Live music from < 17,000 coditioned
corner lot Sunken living room BR furnished apt.. water furnished. bi houses furn. & unfurn. ARCHER ROAD. FR' 4-5110. pm. til??? Bands. guitars, singIng E.O.M.SALE I tires mi.

t_ with fireplace Florida Room Small farm IS acres with beautiful 4131 NW 12th Ter. $40 per 2 bedroom duple. kit.Achen groups. Stop by, enjoy the $2595

t Double Carport Central _,heat view, $5,000.. North of mo. Call 374-2M1 or 374-2930 ask eqlllpP.4144 N.W. 10th St. Lake Cottage. callMARYMOELLER music save money e your music ,
and air conditioning Modern Gainesville. for Mr. Haynes. No. S .' Call FR 4-1897. REALTOR RARE COINS needs. Gainesville MUi Can
kitchen with refrigerator Designed Univ. Ave.KOHLER I
1025 W.
160 ter.
for luxurious living. Open Approximately acres. $110 an NICE. freshly painted 1 Bedroom. NEW 1 BR duplex apt. for rent 10l> W. Unlv.rl FR 67 PENNIES NICKELS. DIME. and '60 BUICK I
12 Gainesville
acre. miles from
$45 month. Phone FR 4-4481. at $75 spinet piano
per per mo. 2 BR apt. at $85 & CAMPBELL
house Sun. 2 to S 4110 S.W. This Is excellent 1 BR. 1 Bath CCB house 7 SILVER DOLLARS. Dlte
property an See 15 SW 3 Avenue.I with kitchen John Merrlll. abu Call Larry at with bench $395. ,Call FR 2- 4 door sedan, power steering
5th. Avenue. buy and won't last long. euipp. mi. from city limits of Coo 62 FORD
Realtor and '47$. brakes air conditioning
factory
BEDROOM. completely, furnish FR between ))0 power
vie on Newberry Rd. CHI 472- 2-2. A convertible. VI Cruis- I
ed. upstairs or downstairs near NICE and clean. 2 bedroom duplex 23 or 472-2283. p.r WURLITZER Mahogany spinet Sunlne transmission. Radio

AnglewoodBeautiful FORDYCEAssociates shopping center. See at 612 N.W. apartment. Close to shopping center FRAME house, living and dining DUE to divrc. I have a like new piano. Queen Anne stl., S. oatlc heater white wall tires I $1395
10th Ave. or phone 4-3549. $75 pwe
3 B.R 2 bath home churches and I 1944 Zag Automatic NE 20th Ave.
I Inc. I rooms. 2 bedrooms, 9 steering power brakes
1.n
park like I per mo. pets or small ld kitche !
surrounded by spacious $ machine that does every-
: g.'o sleeping t, bath. Large sewing UPRIGHT piano good coiti. er. Like new.
grounds equipped with underground 924 W. Unlv 376-1236 2 BR furnished apart with porch. FR 6-2823. yard. Near bus lines. Phone thing. We would like someone to $95. Call 4-10 Must sl Im $1995 i '
sprinkler system This MUST SELL new CCB. 2 BR homein Near University. See at 411 N.W. 4-5829. take up payments of $400 per mediately. 60 RAMBLERClassic
house has many attractive extras LaCrosse with 3 acres. Price 15th St. or call 2-4447. $55 per 47 Houses for Rent Furn. moo Small balance. Ph. 372-2051. '60 VOLKSWAGEN wagon radio heater
and must be seen to be appreciated. mo. 2 BR and bath, living rm. *
reduced $8500. Good terms. Call din and Convertible; Very good condi transmission
Let us show It to you. Ing combined. Large kitchen USED refrigerator gas rna I automatic
Open house Sunday 2 to 5-611 owner Steve Kesterson at FR 4- TWO bedroom furnished apt. at $r. Sth Ave. Is unlocked.Ph. 55,000 BTU oil heater fan. Automotive i tion. Was $1095.
2 $995
BEDROOM duplex at 2014 S.E. 374-
6461 anytime. near Univ. & Alachua General Heater almost Phone $895
41st Street. ne.
S.W.
4-4703. Inquire at 1025 NE
2nd Place. Corner 21st
Hospital. Ph. FR 4-7955 Gainesville
15 ACRES ON Archer Road. Includes SI Hose 3rd Ave. 781.
open. Call FR I
write R. T. Stroud. P. O. 60 METROPOLITANConvertible
or
CCB and 200' 6 mounted
2
buildings BEAUTIFUL colorful 77 Mobil Homes for Sale
4'" well with Phone Box 345 St. Augustine. 2 BR no Pfleguer. radio "e ate r. '
water
system. By
fumlh hous. pet sellflsh. 4'2" A 59 FORD
FR 22449 after 5 or w k nds.INVESTOR'S $70 m. 3 49 Rooms For Ret Miami. Fla. Only $ The Tackle white wall tires brand new I
EAST SIDE Rd. FR 2-5 Box, 1490 Hawthorne Rd._ FEDERAL QUALITY HOME tp Good rubber. I Galaxie, 4 door sedan radio,
SPECIAL 4820 NW 13th St. $545 heater, automatic transmission
240 acres of beautiful rolling GARDENAPARTMENTS SMALL 2 BR furnished house. no LARGE e.an cool room, access USED furniture. Single bed. $10, Gainesville 3725113 St clean

land. with 420 ft. frontage on pets. FR 2.0 to showe rerigerlto Linens Upholstered chair $8. Recilnerchair Hours 8 to 8. Sunday 11 to 7 '59 FORD I
Lake Santa Fe. 900 ft. canal. & FR 4-9431 326 $795
VERY CLEAN 2 BR house FR 2- $5. Phone Service is a must with us. Falrtane 2-oor. radio heater ;
Ideal location for retirement estate have gone North until ones Nov. 1185 or 2-181. 416 NE 2nd Ave. S.W. 12th St.KELVINATOR.
Clean
$57 month UP good tires !
development or Investment. per .
Very good deal for right LARGE room fO men twin beds, REFRIGERATOR $595 I
$30,000. United Farm Agency.
FR 22954.BEAUTIFUL. Gainesville's Finest family. Phone 374-2892. rent single or double. Showers.refrigerator. 1957 In good coitio 1 Phone WYATTTrailer '62 CORVAIR
Call 416 N.E. 4:00 '56 FORD
Furnished or unfurnished 2 BR furnished house $100 per 2-191. 3744583 from A.
Country Estate, 31 Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart month. NW 39th Ave. Phone 372- 2nd Ave. P.M 4-door Town sedan V-8- automatic I Monza. 2 door, 4 speed radio,

ASSOCIATESJ. acres-fields' woods on Levy Lake. men. ?. 309 NE 9th St. Phone 376- 1504 for appt. NICE rooms for rent. 1407 N.W. FRIGIDAIRE electric range full SalesHome radio, heater red and I heater
5 i- old air-cond 3.000
year sQ.
Fred Butterworth 9408. 12tn Road. Phone FR condition $55; white. 1-owner. Like new con i
Guy Jayne
Ft. 2'Vbath home storage bldg. SALE TRADE. RENT. Furn. 2-7 or size very good $1695
CoU J. W Davis H. J. Wiltshire summer house carport 11 milesS. LARGE. modern. clean. 1 bed- furn.. 3 BR. Fla. Rm. BreakfastRm. Un FR 44083. formica top desk 59. Call of dition.
Homes
I I' FR 23417 of Univ. of Fla., Off 441 & room apart.. $75 per mOo Call garage, fine location. 725 NIELY furnished room. Maid daily after or weekends Pacemaker and Mobile Airstream $645 '

Multiple Listing 75. Owner 444-3437. FR 2-4625. _N.E. 7th Terr. 372-8223. Baaum. Parking space. Reason 3742348.BRIGGS Shasta Travel Trailer '60 FORD I ITo BUICK
57
ON BIG LAKE SANTA FE fur. able rates. 210 E. Univ. Phone STRATTON 21" power Ocala's First Mobile Ho V4 pick up. i

nished modern 6 rm. h 0 U a S. FR 6-723 lawn mower. New last summer Die,- Since Convertible radio heater auto
See FrL Sat. Directions: excellent coiti Very reason Springs Blvd. $895 matic tr."slslo. power
LARGE
o Sun bedroom private bath facilities
SERVICES Mid-way Melrose K.yto. SR for light meals.' 304 N.E. able. Call :-._ Phone 6.15 55 FORD I steering power bnke

j 21 turn at white 7th Ave.. FR 2-170 CLOSE OUT SAE Ocala FISPECIA 3/4 ton. Flat b pick u*. $595
chur t lake follow sign \ PeR THIS WEEK !

WIlliams.AVAILABLE COOL, qiet study, ro privilegesto adjoining On HARPER Walpap. CO. 10 mobile home $595

PAIN 1 Mile S. of '57 FORD !
about June Furn. large lot. $2895.
right Between Campusand
1t.
3 BR 2 bath home. sceen ppe.S02 N.W. 12th Ter. 10 SW. 7th 3 Paynes Prairie. Fo appointmentcall Vi ton Fleet Ide. 6-1 traM I '56 BUICK

Home And Business e pc car. fenced trees. a c I Call 6J o 4-2100, NEW and, used edgers.chain tampers saw lawnmowers light FR 6-3 mission. $595 I' 2 door hardtop

n lghbro Clo s"'d high G NICE. cool. dstllr corner plats, cable. Wisconsin Brlggs WE BUY $295

& per Phone room close I. o.teo parkIng 81 Strato. new and used m SPECIALCHEVROLET I
Auto Glass 37..176 for appt. m antenna fumlshe. $1 S.E. sales a sric. USED MOBILE HOMESTop
I Painting 2nd Place. Power paid phone
3 8 R. $75 per mo. 8. 5 rm Fi 2-22. Meyers Ave. Phone 2 ll S6S.WE I 2-ton,speed alecab' chassis.
Go Archer I. ATTRACTIVE with priv. entrance 16th have Installed sewer system
Rd. to Tobacco r $395
.I AUTO GLASS I la our only busl- e.r Special
Immediate Installation PAINTING and PAPER' HANGING.Free turn left over RR tracks. go 8. privileges. Ideal 1 TWIN bed. box springs 8. mat- 81 have made additional new large I
ness. & Add estimates. Phone 374-0724. 1st rd.. turn left go V* mile. for student who needs quiet placeto ress, foam rubber mattress. $40. space which are available now MELTONMOTORS
free pickup delivery.
W. Hunt. study 37783 Call 3166 at Shady Nook Trile CL. 3101 Good TrenIPor.ti. CanT
beauty & value to your car. EXPERIENCED house painting at
MAULDIN'S AUTO GLASS CO. lowest cost. Free estimates. Call FOR RENT 2 BR house furnished.: $35 per mo. Large comer room YOU MAY BE NEGLECTINGYOUR SW 34th St. 374-7559. Ch. .
37J N W. 4tn St. Fit 4-1558 372-8082 20 SE 4t St. Call GR 5-5743 and office room cross ventl. HEARING. Our Free Examination FOR SALE newly redecorated 2 BR.

_after 5: P. tion, s part of city. : will give you an accurate trile* cabn. $400. Owner HO DOWN PAYMENT
3rd St. R Visit Gainesville sell -
BulldozingSMALL Plumbing SMALL 2 bedroom house near p. today. leaving Ililt.ly. I I
o Hearing 6 Archer Rd.Trailer
VUlae
Campus. Adults Call FR 66 NICE corner room In privatehornet St. Phone FR 09S.TV RaulersonMotors
bulldozer loader. dump by day. week or month N. M.1 tot 16 J. Chaftec. i I II
SEWER INSTALLEDNEW
I II trucks. fill dirt. lime rock. TopSOIL only.' 1017 N.E. Ave. antennas. $4 single stack
$ 1960
m 10
II I Phone 372-7844. & used fixtures. complete 2 BR. IIv. rnx, klt.-din. rm. comb. Call FR Ill double stack. 81495 complete 33 x \ Sark
I plumbing service "BIG" JIM nice neighborhood, couple or I 6-30 Jim Veyles. 41' 8th Ave. $1500. Call FR I : 703
BULLDOZERS .. Dragline. Back HUGULEY Gainesville PlumbIng child. 210 SE. 44th Ter. $75 NICE room, prlvt entrance & N
hoe. wheel tractors. motor FR 2-1589. per m bath, also wit twin beds. AIR CONDITIONER t BTU. 895, NOW SHOWING 1611
U. i
I orad r. Free estimates. W. G. r Private entrance bt 86 NW falousl* t tt ermopn windows 1944 MOBILE HOMES I HAWTHORNEROAD ,
ft'llK'lII' JM"5M Fit 6-471. BEDROOM cottage quiet cool 31st Ave. P m- HI-FI odds & es. 2 and 3 bro all Floor N. MAINFR
UpholsteryUPHOLSTER sburl area. Just off N.W. 34th 'cop. selL! Plan 1el tall to m
MEN-women rooms and apt*. near oe. 2 imte
Call FR your 3725285Home
only b Dre a f '
Concrete Coupe n pet 3041.
your furniture at > campus linens. Day week or save l

reasonable prices. Call Salty. month. 102 NW 13 St. Phone THE best cost less. Heat treetim of A-I Used Cars I II 6-7571
CONCRETE finishing. Walks. Experienced. FR 4-9888. 2 BEDROOM furnished CCB house. FR 6-23. o. water your eli h.t CNNOLYMla Inc.
drives patios, slaba and shutS Rent $45 per month. Available CARS TRUCKS JEEPS
board. etc.. expertly done. EstImates June 1t to September 1st.. 444 I NICELY tmlsed. newly decorated er, heat Cal Fuiigas a I r 2 Ml Phone North 422-1144 on U. S 441 I !
girt. Share 31..528EAUTIFUL
RemodelingDO NW Ditrbo.
Cart 377-3884 anytlm* Ave. FR r f
23 bath with girl. Limited kttctn G. E. stove. Closed Sundays
Elri
YOU NEED. Florida room ex. FOR RENT Furnished me"3 prMleqe Phone 3765474.51A $110; baby cela. $ ; oak 1944 FLEETWOOD 57 X 10 3 BR.
I Landscaping tra room. more room roof wont. It CCB with T. wasr. buffet *.I ra strip $30 down. Take over paymentsof
11
LANDSCAPE SERVICE or maybe a complete new home drr. EI $110 375 Wanted T. Rent $35 per m James H
Appliance Repair & Grass-Sod-Garden For a fre estimate & guaranteed 2 1 bath p cpl. bed andtl *es* f' 11 WIIC.4175 ..
MainNurseryStock li
work phone Carl C. tr ctta 7 gas
Air Conditioning of all kinds.CREVASSE'S N 2 Blvd. S per m 1 "airs tr.ne Only 1 left at CLOSEOUT PRICES
Waters. 372400.CARPENTER COTTAGE with beach at Cowpen and and ends.
J. Realtor, 372- ;
o o SAVE to $1.500
I NURSERY \ 1 Yes! It's True
Landscape Co. desires work additions a Lake. Aug. 721. Call FR 44504. Treasure Airport.F.lrn m BANK FINANCING

,A-1 HANDYMAN SHOP FR 4-2514 tor fre estimate. & repairing. Phone FR 2 Bedroom h on Lake Wai- North P 6-12 E ir wide mil homes :
burg. REFINISHED oak slant-front desk Country Sales
210.
First In air conditioning I and Appliance phone 52 I..der Wanted and wash &. Archer Rd. FR 2-2290.
repairs. W* tall' quaran.seed Mortgage BrokerFHA SewIng Moehlnt Rsp&rsCALLSEWING 41 Micanopy. e dr mahogany s a, 3 NO FLIM-FLAM

wasnws, rfrigrtorv etc. 317 NW 2nd St. 3 li M d ROOM and Board for girts. sectional sofa wend drop leaf
and Prate
conventional at lowest
I FR current rates. Terms to 25 MACHINE SER living r& r bt Wa Machine. Ph table and 4alr L A

I 40247.WE FIX IT years will gladly discuss at no VICE Co SIS We W. U.i _!!w. Cal 6 I UI tiQ Ir-Bra Furniture GAINESVILLEAUTO NO GIMMICKS !

Obligation. Call tomorrow.J. Ave
Any type appliance electrical 36-1G5 h I
work or gasoline engine repairs I I W. KIRKPATRICK. Realtor al.' WOr fully yjarantefd 41 House for Rent U.flr. 54 Business Re.t.1 44a9LjtIONlC. 36 I AW FR 1007 N. Male St. '
S1N.MainSf. PILFR2$4FRED
economically. -
don .Immediately and I Alignment TEST EQUIP.. KITS. Pn... FR 2.63IS
Pick and delNery.
vp Ties AIR CONDITIONED
B. ARNOLD GMC
New 1964 1
Pickups
BUTLER & SONS i REALTOR Service FORDYCE RENTALS I NEARLY new r office o N* time to build. EICD. SCOPE RCA 1 Northcentral Florida's

,, SERVICE CENTER FHA AND CONVENTIONALLOANS CU our agency to find t location at Univ. Ave w.eE$10 TRR I
Largest
I 1531 NW 4th St., _J742M4Xpproisa h you wish. Many 'it Pn. FR # 3, We Realty VM Mlsct. S
VACATION SPECIALON
J I 1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 373-1522 fa nationally k Mo A ir furnished 1113 N M 1" after 7:0 fM.FRIGIDAIRE o NE.l Independent Dealer

Service MORTGAGE MONEYS tm . t FORDYCEAIT GARAGE IN rent 411 S.W.2nd rrira. U-S $175 DOWN56h1

..... ... per cent iftfe.r. Term to S0i O a .S our INC St. Cl J MerrU. Real It. with 40 =' G C I
tor. FR dm0.5. Phone
J 45 ytars. wrap I n tat gives .. Value Rated

BUY BUILD REFINANCECan mor mUeo tai LaUmer 316-12 1000 warehouse space or business OCR ,SALE about n acre, tenCefreoe
IL :' .FRED B. ARNOLD Tiet Co. 423 hi $t. UNFURNISHED 2. & bowsej 1 the S.W. % bean patdt. Pb. 4I. Used Cars $
b 5
REALTOR Dan Byrd S mt 2 bed St. per a 4-2441 W. Maxwell. !! _
REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL 825 NW 11 St. Ph. FR 2-2511 Tree Service S 1t F -, S Haynes m Cl call ..24040Mr. H Hip Per Month
.__ SERVICE duplex M. o EAUT1FUU .Glt B&G MOTOR CO.
11LW. UNIV. AVE. PH. 27)4122. GLADYS SmIth Realtor." FHA A-1 TREE SERVICE e a I perk *g,

J and conventional loans. Low Pruning cabJelng 64FOR APPROX. 4,000 a ft. e Aa Wal back w Cad.IUc Oldsmobile
rates. Term to 25 years. 1221 ai bai. RENT OR SALE 3 8 tall seats. 11'e License soles' life
Y a can 2001 NW 13th St. Including: tag. state tax
Cv
: W. Unlv. Ave. 3222393.FORDYCE 2 central heat floor
f Auto EquipmentMVDOAUUC work & tree feeding. bat "Il- : s. 534 SW Bid Um table. SiB;

f I and Associates. Inc. a M Ilte_ LI ca 431 after p CD w 6-71. .. Strtrgfetlow Unuk $5; A bal D' Insurance, and finance charges.

Conventional and F.HA. .iIM. Ir Fr esllt" Y 3 li. I Bath complete kitchen P sa. wnj""* I
Cat J74-1Z34 Grace FordYce .-* H. schools and shopping center I castes table FOR THE II
JACKS rebut 4fteeair Reator Fordyce fc Associates. 4 GihUvfIi9FI6.WINDOW r'J]I *. For ittil AAanaras 56 Bwsutess Oprtynitf $14. new FrO Provinoal ovefSlurred CREC PontiacCMC
.aWEaai9e kits foe69c39. Inc., .M West University Avenue l. flSN Fre TIME Tropical
1
... Reta. Fi
... .. Factory um riiHydraulv Provincial $20 f
......alatr, Me CLEANIFG I- BEDROOM house DISTRIBUTORSHIP t'A"ere lamp 11t$7;

Seowce Agent. HULLS BRAKE t WINDOW* de" floors I. refrigerator a U Ill. I t"a 25 st candy beautiful and drug neck hogany floor tabe. wicker o FR 2.141 Truck
$ Center
FAINTING CW l
SERVICE A SUPPLY 1314 S.Mao __ II 13* St. S 1" Clt ct high knmeov room Co co tea

I #OR *TIOP WANTED: Painting. Free estimates I yrv a ,.e I. Fr estimate FR_4-1141. 63 ty! sat e.po en EJ" cart $C.QPD SS W Ofcli.vr.Iet 302 NW 8th Are. FR -

r I i, Phone FR AVAIL. $n Lft, career $1JO; ,1 Uairemry 2-2S8 -
No job small t5 l"if .
*too. .
ADVCRTiaS!: IN THE : with exclusive factory I l' speaker. I"j I I
I Work Phone DR. Ne Pa'I P"" wa ul N. Mai St.' 16th A,..
UViCC: DIRECTOR 'guzrantee& 1 AD\"TE r THE I I shopping I$ U HE ci Wi'ttqz CHE ti 11D P V2-J or I .t

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85 Automobiles for'Sal* 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE
MORE AUTOMOBILE
CONSUL. 19/11. all I extras excellent 1964 4-door. air conditioned Chevrolet .
condition MOO. Phone 372-8907
'
II. Nova. Completely equip.
_Ave.See after i at U17 N.W. 10th ped. Best lowest priced buy in ADS ON PRECEDING i' .
town. Call FR 6-9950 days. 372- :. :;
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LOOKING FOR A'GOOD SPORTS 5032 evenings. .
CAR} Try this I960 Alpine and
your search will be over. Call 180 MERCEDES '59 radio. heater PAGE 48 Hour rSALE!
374-7824. white sidewall tires excellent con
dition. $950. FR 60861MUST
; .
'/ ;ALA *! 4-dr. HT. R & H. PS. .
PB. good condition assume balance sell bargain Owner going
payments S68.79. one due abroad. 1960 Studebaker. I cylinder -
now. See at 1631 SE 23rd Lane 4 dr heater new tires.Excell@llt
after 5:30. condition. $500. Call
56 CHEV.. 4 dr.. a cyL excellent. 376-3261 P.M. ask ext.for 2811 Mrs.>Barton A.M.,to call 5 WE MUST SELL ONE CAR EVERY 90 MINUTES TO
Must see and hear
to appreciate. 372.7122 after 6 P.M. ask for OH YESThere :
Price 1350. Phone evenings &
Tom.
bOIl Weekends Pontiac 3768806. MGA. 1958 Top condition like WIN THE NATIONAL FORD SALES CONTEST!
Catalina 4 dr. HT. new interior. Call FR 2.3056 after I
new tires. air. PS. R & H. 7'30 P M

I95t$1.100 FORD Phone 4 dr.37&-9S39.Custom, t cylin 86 SWAP CARS :WE GUARANTEE-You'll Never Be Able To
der, stick shift I 34.000 wig miles. are a lot of used cars around but where can you get the .
III.Phone FR 66015. 234-A: Flavet WILL Trade Oldsmobile station best one and which dealer is the fairest to do business with? "r
in excellent condition for On A 1964 FORD! -
wagon More
Save
19S7 VW. sunroof radio & heater. Jeep In like condition. Phone The answer has to come from you, you can only know by shopping. I
_WO many Call recent 376-3842 repairs after 32 5 mpg P.M., 2<<1, Cedar Keys The can listed below are here for you to see, drive, and for your

EXTRA clean cars $" to $595. 90 87 Automobiles Wonter garage or mechanic to check as well. 137 NEW UNITS TO CHOOSE FROM!
I day payment 50.50, small guarantee.weekly or No month down CARS WANTED. 1950-54 Fords No "high-pressure" artist will bother you buy only if you feel
IV Payments. HAH Motors. 1636 & Chevrolets. AI Herndon Servo completely satisfied with the car and the price.
==SE 3rd Ave. Phone 3723749 ice Station 916 SE 4th St. Clean, simple, truthful facts no brass bands or photographs I r DURING THIS 48 HOUR SALE
WE SELL CARS.

64 TEMPESTLemans II WE WILL BE OPEN IlL 9 (THURS., FRI. fir SAT.)

FOR YOUR SHOPPING CONVENIENCE!

Hardtop. Radio, heater, V-8, automatic $3395

rwi transmission, air cond., 1 owner. .
i BRAND NEW

63 CHEVROLETImpala 1964 FALCON


Super Sport. V-8, automatic transmission $2595

radio, heater, power steering. .
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VOLKSWAGENSFully 63 CHEVROLET r-


Impala Sport Coupe. Automatic transV8, $2495 i vv

Reconditioned radio, heater, power steering. 1 owner. . Adjusting
; 100% Parts & Labor Warranty

Excellent Selection 61 OLDSMOBILESuper I $1789Self -*- O.I:


't SEDANS 88. Fully equipped including factory $2095 SPECIAL_ Filter.n and

'63 Turquoise. Like new . . $1595 air conditioning. Low mileage. 1 owner. Cleaner I
'62 Pearl White Radio. Whitewalls. 1395

''61 Turquoise. Looks 6-Runs*Like New 1195 I 59 BUICK 2 MORE EXAMPLES OF SHAW & KEETER TREMENDOUS VALUES!!
60 Ceramic Green, One Clean 1045 '
owner BRAND NEW 64 FULL-SIZE FORD
0 Arctic Blue, Radio New Paint.. 1045 Electra 4 door. Automatic trans., power BRAND NEW 64 FAIRLANE
'57 Coral Red A fine second car. 695 steering, brakes radio heater. 1owner. $995 $1996 $175 $2096 $175
'57 Powder Blue, Sunroof Clean 495 power TOTAL PRICE DOWN TOTAL PRICE DOWN
'55 Sky Blue, Excellent Condition 495 .

KARMANN-GHIAS 62 VOLKSWAGENSedan. MOTOR

'63 Terra Brown, Air Conditioning 2295 $ SHAW & KEETERServing NY
I '59 Black Convertible, White top 1195 1495CHEVROLET
; 1 owner, low mileage. . . Northcentral "Satisfied Customers-
PORSCHE Florida Since 1924'"'' o\ Our Most Important

'62 White, With Red Interior S/90 3595 60 i

VW STATION WAGONS Impala 4 door sedan. Automatic trans., V-8, Hague Hj Waldo....

'61 Excellent Condition, 9-passenger 1395 radio, heater, power steering, power brakes, $1595 err

'59 Runs & Looks Like New 995 air conditioning. 1 owner. . . Asset"I
'62 FALCON Wagon, 4-dr.. White with {'.Y
Black Interior. Radio & Roof Rack 1495 61 FORDRanch
'60 CHEVROLET Impala Sport Coupe, I
f White, Red Int., Fine Condition 1395 wagon. Fully equipped including factory $1495 SLS P,. rfA .S 8 ti5. S

air conditioning. 1 owner. Low mileage. .cine.SS tirw ti :. 0 {}kY
F# fern
tYh Many More To Choose From Esv t


j: MILLER-BROWN TROPICAL PONTIACPONTIAC rlCano
OPEN TIL 9

1030 E. UNVERSITYFR USED PHONE FR6-5371 Archer ti MON. thru FRI.
GMC TRUCK CENTER I
I 2-3582 CARS 302 NW. 8th AVE. FR 2-2583 238 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA


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t USED CARS The 31st of May Winds Up Our National Chevrolet Contest and OUR


NEW CAR DEPT. IS ON THE MOVE. WE ARE OVERSTOCKED'

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'. OPEN WITH CLEAN ONE OWNER TRADE-INS and More Coming In Every

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CARS 8 A.M. 'TIL Day. See Us Now and Save Up To 500 This Month. Yes We Will


l Bvy tlheOXSiye 9 P.M. Take Trades On These Prices.


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62 FORD 62 T-BIRD
t 58 PONTIAC 64 CHEVY II 62 VALIANT 53 CHEVROLET
Calaxle 500 4-door Vtautomatic
.dtoP'ra Beige with red trim. V-t automatic 2-door sedan. New paint standard
power steering transmission& air conditioned. V t automatic transmission, radio. Nova 4door., V-I, automatic transmission NOTICE transmission, radio heater air transmission heater. Red and V4 ton pick sea Good transmission
Extra clean car. heater & it runs. radIO. heater. Like new. conditioned. Power steering power white.
brakes. Extra sharp.
1887 87 52687 53087 51187 287
I FIRST COME FIRST SERVED
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SALE ENDS PROMPTLY AT
63 CHEVROLET 63 FORD 63 OLDSMOBILE 57 OLDSMOBILE 61 CADILLAC
61 CHEVROLET 6 PM MAY 31st. AFTER THIS TIME
Biscayne 4-door v.-. automatic Galaxie 2-door v... automatic Super 83. 4-door sedan. VI lutoHardto. V-t automatic transmission Convertible. Dust grey with black
Biscayne 4-door automatic trans- transmission power steering power transmission, radio heater power matic transmisson radio heater radio heater power steering top. V-t automatic transmission
/ misson, heater two tone paint. brakes & heater. steering. Two tone pant. MANY OF THESE CARS WILL power steering, power brakes, air power brakes. Original low mileage. radio heater power steering
conditioned. Sharp car. power brakes.

w $1287 51687 51987 BE SOLD TO USED CAR DEALERS. 53087 5787 52987 )



\ 56 DESOTO 62 FORD 60 PONTIAC 63 CHEVY II
CHEVROLET 59 CHEVROLET
59 CHEVROLET 62 CORVAIR 61
V a, Fairlane 500. 2-door t cylinder IIIBonneville V-t automatic standard
Wagon. automatic transmission wagon. Hardtop t cylinder .
Kings wood wagon. Standard trans.door., automatic transmission, rllradio., heater power steering power Bel Air, 2-door 6 cylinder autotomatlc transmission. Like new in transmission power steering power transmission, radio aV heater. Like Impala. door, hardtop.7 V-t automatic
t passenger new rebuilt motor. duo aV heater. Extra nice car. brakes. Good second car. matic transmissions radio & heater. & out. brakes, radio. 1 heater. Like new. new. transmission. It heater j

51187 $1387 5387 $$138 51487 51787 51987 $1187j



62 CHEVROLET. 62 CHRYSLER CHEVY II 63 CHEVY II 62 CHEVY II 53
60 CHEVROLET 63 61 VOLKSWAGEN CHEVROLET
Biscayne 4-door. Standard transmission 4-door. New paint. v... automatic; !door, < cylinder, automatic trans Convertible. standard transmission "
radio, heater a. air con- transmission radio. heater air conWagOfto V-t automatic transmbagon.. automatic transmission Umiulon, radio & heater. Whitewith Sunroof. heater right blue finish. radio. heater. White with red In Good transportation Radio & heal-
I" ditioned. New paint. ditioned. White stile wan tires. sion radio & heater. clIO & heater. aqua trim. Extra clean In an"out. tenor ere .

51687 51987 5887 $2187 51787 51287 51887 87


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63 CORVAIR 63 BUICK 62 CHEVY II 63 TEMPEST 63 CHEVROLET 63 CHEVROLET
1 Full Year Us The
Hardtop Impala. Super Sport V-/. Bring
Mow coupe, radio! heater, 4speedtransmission. Special. convertible.i automatictransmission Hardtop automatic transmission, Lem ans. automatic transmission, Be-AJr. 4-door, V-a. automatic Automatic transmission radio
l h White with red interior. radiO. heater power radio heater.air conditioned. power radio heater air conditioned. Like transmission, radio. heater power heater, power steering power
GWWarranty White top t. red interior. steering. LBte new. fteW. steering air conditioned. brakes power windows, air condi Deal I Others
tioned. Whore witft red Interior.
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j I : YOUR SHOPPING IN NORTH CENTRALFLORIDA'S NO DOWN PAYMENTWe TODAY IS. .


( "LARGEST. AUTOMOBILE SHOPPING CENTER BLACK FRIDAY
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On This Select Group Of Cars. ComeIn

And See What Only A Few DollarsPer ON OUR BLOCK-LONG


tl ti Month Will Buy. Per Month USED CAR LOT


59 RAMBLER . $695 $38
DRIVE OVER AND SEE THEEXECUTION
57 STUDEBAKER 295 18
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56 FORD O . 390 21
57 STUDEBAKER SW 390 21 !

56 RAMBLER . 395 23
It Is Your For The Of A
3 58 FORD . . 550 32 Opportunity Buy

56 FORD SW..250 15 LIFETIME AS

64 C.lelnt.AI COMET. 63 PEUGOT S9 PLYMOUTH 57 FORD SW . . 395 23

SAVE,. Model 404 W/Sun roof Radio Radio power Heater steering Power 9 passenger Brakes 58 RAMBLER . 495 29 PRICES DIE !
Heater wagon With air. j
$500 55 METRO . . 350 21

This Week Only ,; I.s::; 595 59 RAMBLER AM. SW 595 34 Bigger Trade- Values

59 PLYMOUTH Lower Down Payments

9 pass SW . 750 44
I 1961 CHEVROLET 4 door power 1960 MERCURY 4 door sedan 1962 FALCON 2 door standard Longer Payment Period
steering radio heater automatic power steering power brakes ratransmission white a very clean 58 RAMBLER . 495 29
transmission beautiful red V-8 dio heater clean ...... $1095 car .........._.. .... $1195
$1295 57 MERCEDES BENZ 695 38
1961 FORD Galaxie 4 door
1960 OLDSMOBILE 4 door hard 1959 BUICK Electro 4 door hardtop steering power brakes beautiful power 61 FIAT . . 495 29 BARKLEY MOTORS
top steering 1 bro kes. radio heater best buy in town
radio power heater air conditioning power at ................... $995 white air conditioning ? $1495 60 LARK . . 650 36
$1495 1961 COMET 4 door standard "IN THE AUTO GAME BARKLEY'S THE NAME"
56 CHEVY . . 495 29
\ 1960 COMET 'A door standardtransmission. 1962 COMET 4 door radio heater transmission radio heater economy
Radio Heater $895 $1295 with class ............ $1095 2201 NORTH MAIN ST.

CRANE LINCOLN MERCURY Ridgway Motor Co.
OPEN TONITE ONLY TILL 10 P.M.
1132 S. MainSt. FR 2.8433
l 516 S. MAIN ST. USED CAR LOT PHONE 376.2425I
'64 HILLMAN $1695 '62 FORD $1895

MIII, healer willie walls power Gain" 100. 4-4.or, radio, heaer
I .. .. .. ..... steering aut.tic transmission power
VACATION k 7- -""" ---- --j It..rllli.
I ; TAKE YOUR : '64 FORD $2845 '
I 62 MERCURY $2195

IN ANEW NEXT WEEK WE MAY matic UIWIf'power transmissloa IIlrdtO'It"rlng. radio, white, hector walls, auto, door, Mont.ray.. Lt.cItcI.

CAR 62 OLDSMOBILE $1895
USED AIRCONDITIONED '
" or 64 FORD $2845 F-IS, custom, radio, heater, V.I,
NOTHAVEASINGLECAR ,door hardtop, radio, II..t.r, auto- standard transmission! 4-CIoor.
matte tr+nsmusion, whit wails '
power steering.: 62 RAMBLER $1495

WHERE QUALITY IS A WORTH SELLING '64 FORD $2795 dory 4-door air, .standard transmission fae4door -

TRADITION mlflc tr.namlsslca.sedan radio.white heater watts.uto- '62 VALIANT I $13 9 5

t' Before a car gets on our lot it has to pass safety and power I'urlng. C-doo. V.tOO, standard tr.nsmissto
It pay to shop for a used car where quality and Y1Jlue! are traditional.B&GMOTORCO. performance tests. Some don't make it. These did: I '64 FORD $2795 radii, hater.4door .
I.dlll. Radio, heater, .ut. 62 RAMBLER $1495
mane transmission. white WinS.
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Station wagon Radio heater .ut.
power tH.lng. matte tr.nsmlssioll.
63 FORD
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64 FORD $2855 '62 OLDSMOBILE $2695

SEDAN DE VILLE FACTORY AIR. ONE OWN- 2.Door hardtop Radio. heater.Wills auto, fI, /door sedan, radl. heater, auto
matte transmission white
63 CADILLAC ER. IN FACTORY WARRANTY. BEAUTIFUL Fairlane station wagon 4-dr., radio heater FordS2 094 power steering m.tc transmission, power steering,
pc..r brakes air c.nelltloned.
CONDITlON. 0-Matic, solid white . . . . I '63 CHEVROLET $2695 --
62 CORY AIR
HARDTOP SEDAN. FACTORY $1495
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4-door hardtop radio hater aura
64 CROWN IMPERIAL AIR CONDITIONER. FULLY matic transmission air power 7oa. 4-c1oor. automatic transmission
I "..ri... radio; ....".
SILVER TURQ. WITH WHITE LEATHER INTERIOR. 62 FALCON
EQUIPPED. .1
63 CHEVROLET $2695 62 PONTIAC $2595
88 Hdtop coupe. Factory air & power. White I
$2995 ,
!door hardtop radio Meter auto.
63 OLDS Catalina Loaded. Factory Air.
& blue. One owner. In factory warranty. matte transmissIon, power steering
Imp. sed. Low mileage. In factory $2195 l-door heater solid white . . ... . $12811 d '63 CHEVROLET $2795 '61 DKW $795
i 63' CHEVROLET warranty. Econ. 6, auto trans.. 4-cIoor wagon, automatic 'r.IIJmI. (deer. heater, white "tan.
/ ** O Nova sedan' Auto trans. Very sharp. $ sloe, power steering, power link. '61 RAMBLER. $895
. OO .CHEVY L In factory warranty .. . .. . 995 j radio, heater. Amolc.n. Standard transmission,
AO Station wagon. Radio & heater. Clean $i 795 61 PONTIAC '63 CHEVROLET $2695 radio heater

DO FALCON Light 2-c1oor, Super sports, wp.ed, 227. '61 FOR $1195-

62 CADILLAC Sedan quality Factory and prestige air.: Fully at equipped. Cadillac$3495 l-door, radio, heater, blue and white . $1094i I '63 FORD automatic$2695. Uoor.mission,4 radio cylinder, hatar, standard. franc

\ ..tremendous savings . . . . . . . i Woor. power hardtop steering, power transmis.e'en. brakes, 61 CHEVROLET $1495
98 Htop sedan. Factory air. Full power. 'Ir. Radio, II..ter.
I $2595 1-deer lltatr. standard transmission
62 OLDS Comfort & room. . . . . . '-'13 FORD '.$2695 h v4i rad.Mater.
Bonneville Htop'sed.an. Factory air Electric '60 COMET ,"door hardtop, automatic transmiaSian }. i'i61"tCORVAIR $1295
.
62 PONTIAC brakas
windows and seat. Excellent. power staring power
$2495 Air Rldl. heater Truck, radii, heater
Beautiful Interior' . . . . . . .*. . '
Convertible. air. Fully 4-door, heater automatic transmission white 63 FORD $2695 61 CORVAIR $1295
f Factory
/"AIM! I A f $795
61 I I.ALILLAVequipped.. Smooth as silk . . $2995 and red . . . . . . . sbn cIoor. power hardtop steering,, automatic, power tr'"lmlle brakes 709 radl., automatic lI..ter. transmission, WCOr, ;
88 htop sedan. Power. One owner. Like i $| QOC Air radl. heater ;
r( 61 I OLDS new interior, . . . . : . I O7JLI '63 FORD 61 ENGLISH FORD $695
$2595
sedan V-8. Radio, heater, auto trans. $13OC 59 MERCURY woo, beater. "-
0 I FORD A nice; car . . . . . . I OV J .. I Conv.rtlbl.radio heater.utr..tlC power staring transmission, power 'I gbrlkH. !!1 MERCURY $1595
/ | station x9on> Power steering. Just right for that 2-door hardtop, power brakes, power steering 2..r hardtop, radio, hater. power
0 DODGE summer camping trip. $ I power windows, radio heater automatic transmission S995 '63 FOR $1795. ItMrlng air conditioned

Excellent condition. . . . . ._. ._. ._._._._._._.__1395 air conditioning, solid white . . trlnsmlsson!floor. Lao: ,, lIut.r.1 cylinder standard '61 FALCON $1295
,
I /doer radio beater Itilldlr' tuna
Looking For Something Extra Special? '63 FORD $2395 mission. _

61 PLYMOUTH 9 passenger station wagon with deluxe dual 60 FORD ri door IIlrdto", Radii, heater, power '61 COMET $1195
staring automatic 'rllllmlsSi.II. .
front & rear air conditioning. Power steering. Local one owner. 4-door standard tnesmhsion lI.aer.
Only'23,000 miles. station wagon 4-door, 9-passenger V-8 I '63 PLYMOUTH .$2795 '61 MERCURY $17952door
matic transmission, radio heater power autoS892' hardtop, Radio, beater, power Wagon, r'dl", heater automatic
GW solid white . . . . . . I staring, power brakes automatic transmission power ""rllI". power
tr.nlmlsslon. Air. brakes, .Ir.

WARRANTY rf; UE ::1 '63 PLYMOUTH $2795 '61 DODGE $1295 3
1 YEAR GOOD INMost 4-door hardtopf radio. hater, power
57 FORD steering, power brakes, automatic Lancer. 2-400, radio. header, auto.transmiesl.n.
of U.S. & Canada I Air. mails transmissioa.

Hard top sedan. Solid white. $ 4-door, custom V-8 radio, heater, solid i '63 PLYMOUTH $2495 '60 ALPINE $12454door

j 60 CADILLAC Power steering.. . . . . I 995Lt white . . :. . . . . $247SHAW matte t sedan,lIioll'radio.Power 1I..r steering, .ut. '60 Roadl'FIAT I $1095
\ Fleetwood. Factory air. Loaded with $OCOC power brakes.

CADILLAC extras. The best! . . . XJ7J '63 DODGE $2145 spyder'l
l Dirt, radio hater automatic 'r,"" 60 T-BIRD I $1695
60 OLDS 98 htop sedan. Factory air. Full power. .: $1 595 br.kH.mission. power staring, power Air. Sue not. 10.'oL
Impala sedan. V-8, power steering. Very '
/ft 60 CHEVROLET $1395
OU CHEVROLET sharp. Test drive this if want 63 FIAT $1195
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hardtop. radio' heater Iuta
an exceptionally nice car. . . . . . . $1395 1101. Radio. hater. white WI" mat: c fransmbsioa.,
co Sedan De Ville. Fact: air. Full 1 power. $ ooc '63 FIAT $1195 59 CHEVROLET $895
CADILLAC 1
D7 325 HP. Smooth quiet quality . I 77J 1100 Radio, healer, white walls.I 4dar 1..iI'. Standard tr.nsmloaai. .
a Super 88 htop sedan. Factory air. Power $1 1 AC '63 FIAT $1195 4 cylinder.lies. .
59 OLDS windows and seat. . . . . . I I 7 J, Radio heater white w.n.. '59 TRIUMPH $1095

59 OLDS 88 htop sedan. Power steering and brakes. ::1095 1 I N S 4AR v '63 RAMBLER $1995 TLWagoa.
\ Radio beater automa'lC 59 SIMCA $495

.1 59 BUICK Le Sabre htop coupe. Air cond. . . 1195 I WAAgA trancmiuioa. Factory Air. .....r.
'63 RENAULT $1395 '58 RAMBLER $595

59' CHEVROLET Impala htop sed.an. v-s . .$995 It... Radio heater, white w.lIs. Woor sedu, standard transmiulon
$ '63 RENAULT $ 295 '58 FIAT $695
59 CHRYSLER New Yorker htop coupe. Factory air 1 1095 2ft, Radio, boater, white wills. Ipycl.

j 57 'CADILLAC Fleetwood, AC . . . . .S895 '63 BUICK $3995 '58 LINCOLN $995
21Mer
Rivera. leaded bardi.p. Lu4t4.

56 'CADILLAC coupe De Ville. AC. . . . .$445 '63 PONTIAC $3695 '58 CHEVROLET $495
4-dMr. wagon. Power l'ttrllII hewer .fraasmfssla Wagondoer f eyllader NematIC

r 56 CADILLAC M.. . . . . . . .:S100 aasm.o"brakes power. windows automatic '
& 57 FORD $795
$199 :i-' a anion ....
55 CADILLAC Sedan . ... . . . . F 64, CHEVROLET $2195 4-4oer.
1 Impaia. air aU"lfiolltf 4deer MP, 57 BUICK
S595 lUtem"le trnnmksion. ,..... ...... SS95
58 OLDS convertible. .. . ; . .. .. .. .. .: "".... tnasmission, radio pews,.ter,. IfHtlllt.. .omlfle

I 57 OLDS sedan.AC. . . :. . . . . 395 l i KEETER '62 CHEVROLET.tlairt.. ,..... SNan R.$1645,..., 1Iea'.r '57 2.CADILLAC deer Aardtoa lNcSe4. $895

r 56. OLDS sed.n.. . . . .. . . .. . $495 I It M. ,62 power CORVAIR 1&eeriIIt- $1695 '57 2.FORD...,.. .tlll4." trllllmlulta$595, radio

j ; Meftu. 4spee radio ""or. h.eto.

t .I 56 CHEVROLET Convertible.! Sharp. V-8. .$495 I I'f ISF -. YOUR FRIENDLY FORD :1 '62 CORVAIR $1795 '56 LINCOLN $595
R AMasa ..,..,. radio, ....tr. liar bardleet

'f I 55 CHEVROLET .*150 .-. DEALER SINCE 1914".t '62 Thunderbird $2795 '56 .CHEVROLET..... -.tamlfle hunwiasioe$695,
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r ; 55 CHEVROLET $50 \ '62 FORD $1595 '53 FORD

: $ : W. UNIVERSITY AVE. .FaitIMt"....... red.1M..4.Meer deor at..n tr... crUIII.doer.Iff.BARKLEY etaaw. traamfuja.
:1 55 PONTIAC -1
}p Convertible. Good buy .. . 250 t
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WHY BUY A LITTLE KNOWN BRAND WHEN,, YOUAN GEr FAMOUS.1A GooDYtsaRSat71i, 8SE PRICESI Capacity .s= AOYIRTl03Ogle
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Sin q. 11CAMP4 FIFTY FOOT PLASTIC GARDEN' HOSE ..
JCK PA !W'' 17x13x131/2/ a

JLA i Holds ; C .f Cniranlrrd. qualify.garden hae .tlh ...rlll ....... ,
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26 Soft Drink 1\.lioDaUl rouplinc* dtertueiL"m. t rut S K,ear fail uara.teeilaBottles .f. 97
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COMPACT SIZE BIG-CAR SIZE

r.s 6.00x13 T TUBELESS TUFSYN' 8.00x14, TUBELESS ALL PURPOSE COOLER CHEST AUTO
!: This full 30 Ot.capacity Ceel.r t Chat U lull
the right sire for booting, pfcnicing. camping Jrwiolly!: 97" ,. SPACE.
2 For' 2 For end use ot horn. Compteto. with sturdy terry..f,t lric.dInr S "' ,
hondltu Truly c handy awful lain at $ At
Rubber ,
6oodyeu' "upee-Mileage, ,' ap.cio"prk.. _.. .
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I : 2 4 2 tires off SIZI 6to a 15 fOR. OLD.R MODELS. +< />'." $3 6 your car I .
your car ," . / 'OIi ,>
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AH-Weather: ra : '.. ,2'New Famous Nylon! All-weather!
Nylon :
Blackwall tires with rade supported plasticstructure
'" tires with Tufsyn Rubber'LATE Tufsyn Rubber with reinforcedwire
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: SIZES 7.50X14 or Sound Used to Resists temperatures perspiration.and

/ '" .'-' ,! Tires unbreakable.car, hone,off Perfect ice Q:out.for

t 2 For ( $ : 2 For door furniture. NEVER
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1 $ 32 Z plus tares tax off and j' 1 t, 76 ,

your car. $1 FLASHLIGHT and 5 BATTERIES

New Nylon AII-Weather ; Plus tax t 7 old tire ue uP j jf '
Blackwall tires with lrtbe.-type At/*Weather*!2"tires with'Tufsyo I 5 cell!-gleaming chrome plated 14" long flash 97
few Tufsyn Rubber rubber. WMewaffs only*2 mon per ti,.. light. 5 long life batteries -Perfect for home HURRY THEY WILL GO FAST
business camping and car. What a buy at

NO MONEY 4 AT THESE PRICES-

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INSTANT CREDIT 6 HOUR GENERAL ELECTRIC FLOOR MODEL
for holders of Char e-A-Plates hsr
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t ; MAJOR APPLIANCE AND TELEVISION SALE!

SPECIAL EEAKEst '-.;.';GREAT SONGS OF AMERICA <,

SERVICE ; .._,-:"""' '. ', x ALL BRAND NEW Most of
.' & one a kind we want to move
IN, m e"great songs from 0
e front wheel nmoe e adjusted Grease H..J bearings checked repacked ,$ 19 t i td.R t ':.I1k3k1Ck T.t"N ti I'.\ e)Ihft P gre..test.rh p>rm9 artists '
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gt.t. 19"7ep-Rated Rotary ; .- GE REFRIGERATORSSTART

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9 Seperti AS LOW AS
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Eatiliet Ssimmltst Ftott e S.ap.On.
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: 2-tone vinyl
$133 t $3999 t Sw
Rugged, $899 Flip'n SQ88 construction i \
Cabinet sound. Fill *3 Lonjj-wearinj heavy SS DOWN $1.S A WEEKI s ...! r
True fidelity -
"' vinyl, with 5 air 1 Staggered wheels tj
Ivory decorator color. Pops up ready to fill. strong prevent -
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tubes and -.
No
Pillo scalping.Rear
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AC or DC. 8 x 4" x No fence or stakes > i
4Ti".UL approved cord. sharp edges. 15" deep! rust valve. '!i fle, front discharge
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t _- -2.' 8 GE FREEZERS Any Major Appliance or
Tranailtor
l START AS LOW AS TV on Our Easy Pay Plan
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Eying Plane 24" R.di.ng lJ owers I88 -
1-J Radio Folding Camp Stool 91O9mph 99

$999 Jt to $599 sturdy; 72
Portable! *2.S* A Week B.Jr Terms
8 or.,1thin with fuel, Canvas sling Automatic release
Tiny Ready to fly aeat attached
clutch, forward,
ease in grey and black battery control lines. to natural wood neutral -
Drphonand Tri-cycle frame with reverse gears, recoil
carrying gear. 15" : spring ten- *
case. 214 M speaker. wings pan. >! sion for longer wear.DELUXE auto-type start steering.B&S.4-cycle GE AUTO Butane Liditer!

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WASHERS 7 Gift- FREE
Boxed GE TELEVISION
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a t 22/ Mower START AS LOW ,AS Engraved chromium or START AS LOW AS
gold finish. Adjustable
1kpe.dalle! flame. Cleaning brush $88
H.P./e7e1. $148 and extra flint.
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p T.n.'fent ,; Ft. Play (Gym Os ullatmg's c- .

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Floor $1288 Stn12. $3444 Sprinkler rr:_' ; ry

6 o>.drill cloth-resists Frame 15 DOWN! I US A WEEK! Set 'n $3 5 5 "
water & mildew. Front SpraY '. GE DRYERS \ .
Lawn swing.7' slide,2swings. Cholce-a-Matic throttle 'iP
fi rear screens. Roe. -bar,Y gym control on snap-on han Automatic dial to spray ,
pale fi pegs,t oo.an. rings. Baked enamel dle. Tempered steel "-g' up to 1800 sq.ft. --, c' '
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