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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
Alternate Title: Sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: May 31, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
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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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r t( By JACK BELL to spend Sunday with his wife. dong battle between Pierre Sal man Leland M. Kaiser and \

AP Political Writer She gave birth to a baby boyon Nixon vote helps Gold- inger, former White House Fred Hall, former governor of I
' I SAN FRANCISCOCal. Saturday. He returns Monday water. See Harris Survey press secretary, and State COn- Kansas. HAPPY HAS SONNEW
ifornia's sulphurous primary for a 12-hour barnstormingtour on Page 11A.Goldwater's troller Alan Cranston for the
Gov. Edmund G. Brown
campaign headed Saturday of 14 state airports. Democratic nomination for the heads a slate of Democratic YORK (AP) Gov. Asked at a brief news confer
night toward a Tuesday ballot Senate seat being vacated by and Mrs. Nelson A. Rockefeller ence following the birth if the
the
Goldwater, winding up names are on the National Convention delegates
box detonation certain to exert ailing Sen. Clair Engle. became parents Saturday of a
week with a rally in Buena ballot. favorable to President Johnson.His new arrival would bring any
telling influence on the choiceof boy Nelson Jr. and the
.5 Park, planned to climax his Richard E. Clement, North- Cranston has called Salingera group is being challengedby change in his campaign plansin
Republican presidential hopeful
a GOP presidential nominee.
P campaign with an election eve ern California chairman of the "carpetbagger" because, as an independent slate headed said the event drove politics the California Republican primary -
Sen. Barry Goldwater, R- rally in Los Angeles.The Lodge for president organization a resident of Virginia, the latter by Mayor Samuel W. Yorty of right from his mind. race, the governor said:
Ariz., top holder of convention entered "I have no interest in politicsat
the
called on Republicans race at the last Los Angeles, also favorable to The New York flew
,nominating strength, campaigned pollsters, whose recordis erally to support Rockefeller gen-to moment Salinger has depicted Johnson.At back early Saturday governor morning this particular moment." '" ...
for the made Rockefeller himself
vigorously have
spotted, insure an "open convention"here as a spokesman for stake when an estimated from his Republican campaigning He added quickly that he intended
state's 86 votes in the final the favorite. The New York presidents;! and an associate of
i the week of July 13 when 1.9 million Republicans decide in California in time to accompany to return Sunday nightto
weekend of a drive in which he governor has benefited by sup world leaders. between his stretch drive in
the nominee will be picked. competing delegate his wife to The New continue
and New York Gov. Nelson A. port from backers of Henry Three Republicans are con- slates for Rockefeller and Gold- York Hospital at 10 a.m. the California campaign that
i Rockefeller have blasted bitter Cabot Lodge and other potential The uproar over the Gold- testing for their party's nomina water are the political fortunesof The child, weighing 7 pounds, will end with the primary election
( ly at each other.Rockefeller Republican nominees in a water-Rockefeller conflict has tion. They include George the two candidates.See 10 ounces, was born at 4:15 p.m. there Tuesday.
!t flew to New York contest in which only his and not entirely obscured a ding- Murphy, former actor, business- ( CALIF. on Page 2A)






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'l winner, drove his front-engined Watson through a
racing holocaust that killed veteran driver Eddie SE AsiaViewed
; Sachs and rookie Dave MacDonald for a record-break-

t ing victory in the wreck-marred 48th Indianapolis 500- Th Kenne Probe

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DECLARES: By Then Heads Rusk Erases All Doubts


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U.S. Future For Honolulu I


'* BANGKOK, Thailand (AP- Warren !
U.S. Secretary of State Dean I
Rusk is winding up on-the-spot Ii!
,
Is KnowledgeAUSTIN consulations Sunday about the l a 1 i
the Southeast Asia crisis and
Report
heading for a Honolulu confer
ence intended to shape plans to
Tex. (AP-President Johnson said Saturday cope with it. ,
| night he wants to "achieve a broad national con- "We batted the ball back and 4_ ReadiedWASHINGTON
i sensus" to wipe out obstruction and paralysis and help forth," an American official i
create "a nation without rancor and a world without .
,._
4' ." said.Rusk '
.L t: u1 will meet with
1 In a speech prepared for com diplomatic and toplevelU.S. (AP) The
military
School Warren Commission has begun
mencement exercises at the High authorities in Honolulu
Mondayand writing its report to the nationon
of
University Texas, the chief
I Tuesday for a survey of
'I the slaying of President John
executive called for a "knowl
Diploma immediate issues
posed by F.
Kennedy-findings based on
edge explosion" to help build Communist offensives and
a
the Great he has talkedof mountains of evidence that Lee
Society Time look
HerePictured long-range at the problemsof s Harvey Oswald was the lone
often in recent weeks.
trying to restore peace and assassin.
Johnson said that everywhere ( on Page 2A) stability in Laos, Viet Nam and R
In the land, people want liberty, A record 770 Alachua County Cambodia. Expanded armed ac- x The commission has set June
30
as a target date for completing -
peace, justice and "education high school seniors will receive tion by the United States is the official
report,
I for their children and an improving diplomas in ceremonies this among the possibilities to be sources
said, but meantime will call still
life for their families. week. considered. t,
4d more witnesses to round out its I
Asserting that "this is the Another class of 85 from P.K. Secrecy dramatized confer intensive six-month Investigation.
real voice of America," he said Yonge will swell the over-all ences of Rusk and Thai and .

one of the great tasks of politi total on June 10 to 855. Last American officials Saturday in a Still to be heard in personata
leadership is to amplify this year there were 778 high school Bangkok, the capital of pro- secret time and place-is
it is heard.In Western Thailand and headquarters
voice so graduates.
Mrs. John
F. Kennedy, the wid-
the key passage of his Only two county schools of the Southeast Asia owed First Lady whose dress

address, he continued: Newberry and A. L. Mebane- Treaty Organization.An was stained with blood when asniper's
"I am going to try to do this. have smaller graduating classes American source said the bullets killed the president -
;! I intend to try and achieve a this year than last. Newberry'sclass strife in Laos and neighboring and wounded Texas Gov.
which of 19, smallest in the Thailand's reaction formed the John
; broad national consensus T Tc B. Connally in Dallas on
can end obstruction and paralysis county, has four less than the chief topic. The situation in Nov. 22.
and liberate the energiesof 1963 class. Mebane dropped South Viet Nam, where the But the basic work of the sev
i I I the nation for the work of the from 73 to 39. United States is helping in a en-member commission headed

I future." Gainesville High School's classof war against Communist guerrillas by Chief Justice Earl Warrenis

Johnson, who has said he 460, by far the largest in the also was discussed. x''' considered done, and staff
'I wants to be a "president of all county, shows an increase of Officials in Rusk's party indicated : iP groups are drafting separatelythe
this 74 graduates. details of the discus z several of what
I the people, elaborated on segments
"1' theme and he pictured this way Ceremonies are set for three sions were not likely to be re. may be a 500-page summary.
the fruits of the national con schools Wednesday evening leased until after the Honolulu P Barring a sensational reversal -
I' sensus he envisions: "I want a GHS, which will hold its grad.. meeting. < of information in the month
uation exercises in the University That meeting, called by President 1 aar
happy nation, not a harassed : ahead, officials indicated, the
\ people-men with pride in their of Florida Gym, Sante Fe Johnson, is expected to report will peel away the heavy
ancestry and hope for their and Lincoln. draw up recommendations of layers of rumors, speculationand
posterity but humble before Thursday, ceremonies will be what the United States shoulddo S V suspicion and present a basic -
their God and concerned alwaysSee observed at Hawthorne High andA. in Laos and South Viet Namto :. core of evidence that:
L. Mebane, and Friday New- stop Communist aggressionand 1. Oswald hater of authority
( JOHNSON: on Page 2A) berry will hold theirs. A week convince Asian friends it Hector Cusumano, a project engineer, directs the lowering of food samples into the.. a self-taught-a and selfasserted -
University of Florida's Cobalt-60 food irradiator. (Sun Photo by Eddie Davis).
I later, on June 10, the P. K. means business. Marxist, and an unstable
cAllFlorida'Discontinued Yonge seniors will graduate. ne'er-do-well at age 24 designed -
Wednesday is also the last dayof and executed the murder -
school for elementary and Radiation Preserves FoodBy without helpers or co-con-

junior high school pupils. WHERETO spirators.
2. The man who shot Oswaldto

All Florida Magazine in its 34 Injured CLIF CORMIERSun water and loaded with lethal samples will be subjected to the death 48 hours later and
present form has been discontinued FIND IT Education Writer Cobalt60.The cross gamma radiation of 100 thus destroyed all hope of getting -
this Sunday by its In Patti1'cck installation, which will be Cobalt strips 50 in each of a confession had not
printers, the Perry Printing Area . . 1C Engineers put the finishing under the UP Agricultural Experiment two "plaques." known Oswald and was not in-
Company. The Sun will con ULMER, S.C. (AP-The) Sea o Classified . SC-9C touches Friday on the Univer- Station, is located in Exposed to a few seconds of volved in any plot to silence
tinue to TV listings board Airline Railroad's Silver Comics . . 2C sity of Florida's CObalt. food a squat cement block buildingnear the cross radiation of the Cobalt- him. Convicted of Oswald's
and Sunday carry on the comic Meteor, a Miami-to-New York Movies . . 3C irradiator which soon will be the corn fields of the cam- 60, which is capable of emitting murder, night club owner Jack
daily Obituaries . . '2A used in research work to prolong
TV by train, derailed in a pus agricultural farms. about 440,000 roentgens per Ruby awaits execution in Dallas -
The log passenger
coverage
page. . 4A the shelf life of fresh foods.A .
the Sun has been expanded swampy area near here Satur- Opinion Page Helical worm gears will drive hour, micro-organisms in the occasionally exploding in
Sports . . 0106Women's aluminum sealed food containers and food will be killed, prolongingthe wild outbursts.
SO per cent. Look for the day night and at least 34 per- heavy conveyer up
. 1B-7B
down the radioactive well. At life of the food. 3. No connection be
the can
Crossword Puzzle in the classified sons were reported injured, none system was lowered into 10-
section. seriously.By foot lead-lined hole filled with the bottom of the pit the food (See RADIATOR on Page 2A) (See KENNEDY on Page ZA)




I Grand Jury Election Findings Are Ruled Validwith I




JIM McGUIRK Sun Staff Writer can had initiated. the actions cited. Faircloth is claiming the suit Judge Patten Friday does not The grand jury criticism of Mrs.

Circuit Judge George Patten Friday refused to over- Duncan's questions presumably However, since issuing the is a sham because Kynes had necessarily have any bearing at Beathea does not charge her
turn a recent grand jury report that criticized the way were based on actions done letter, Kynes lost his electionbid previously found nothing wrong all on the letter or election contest with anything illegal in effectit
Supervisor of Registration Alma Bethea runs her office. by Mrs. Bethea's office. Atty. to Earl Faircloth. Now with Alachua's voter registra- simply recommends she insti-
On the basis of evidence brought before it by State At- Gen. James Kynes in effect said Kynes is suing to have Alachua tion.At Kynes' letter presumablydealt tue some changes in her office's

torney Ted _Duncan, a grand jury had issued a report nothing was wrong legally County votes thrown out, and any rate, the finding of only with legal questions.lost operation.

d :
whicfoursregularities u-

MrsBethea's in registration-That no or findings voting of were illegal Andrews Lists 1,312 Voting Irregularitiesthe I

system of handling made, but that the jury "merely
city and pointed out irregularites and
county votingprocedures. improprieties which in the opinion In a motion charging 1,312 yer,. William Graham, argues Mrs. Bethea in 1960 and lost, them. Winn won the entire precinct book registration
4 t + of the Grand Jury should be vote irregularities at three poll that numerous procedural requirements was used by both State AttorneyTed election by 46 votes. was not authenticated, 1-
of Florida voter Duncan and Graham to Mrs. Harned's affidavit
Her attorney, corrected. ing places in the March 17 registration 029.the
Richard Wilson, law were not met check the validity of the voting charged eight different types of voter was not residing In
That the report "in no way Gainesville election, Edwin L. For he in the precinct where he was regis
then filed a mo- example alleges that procedures in the last city elec- irregularities, some cases
to conflicts with the advisory opin- Andrews Friday asked' for a Florida statutes require the voters more than one against the same tered, 137.
tion finding expunge, Patten ion of the Attorney General of quick decision in his lawsuit to be recorded by precinct, but tion.She voter. -the signature on the Identification -
the the grand jury had, Florida to the State Attorney of take Byron Winn's seat on the that instead they were recordedby was asked by Graham to The improper procedures slips do not match thoseon

arguing other things, exceededits the Eighth Judicial Circuit, City Cymmiss-Ion. polling places which includea study only three polling places, charged, and the number of the precinct book registration
among "
dated April 14,1? 4. Westwood and Buchholz Junior
number of precincts.To votes involved, were: 23.
Judge authority.Patten's ruling included The Attorney General's letter The motion filed decree was a requestfor stand- support his motion, Graham High Schools and Voting Machine -the voter wash't registeredat -no identification for an illiterate
a a
summary
major findings: was an apparently legally binding filed an affidavit signed by Warehouse. Precincts 24, 26, the polling place where he voter was made on the
ard in lawsuit It
three That the grand jurors were opinion that answered four argues pleading there is no a need for a Mrs. Dorothy Harned, a former 23 25, 31. 28 and 30 vote in voted, 9. precinct book registration, 1%.
Instructed as to the scope of questions Duncan had asked trial employe of Supervisor of RegIstration them. -the precinct book registration -the voter was registered be-
their responsibility and did not concerning the voter regis- Alma Bethea. The three polling places were was not signed by the vot fore his 21st birthday, 1. ::
exceed their authority. tration investigation that Dun- In the motion, 'Andrew's law- Mrs. Harned, who ran against singled out because Andrews er, 2. .(See SUIT oa Page 2A)

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s < iutuartes Johnson "

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% JUNIOUS GARDNER a member of the Gainesville Police t+w. re

,1t t .f '" i'YSAzM ( S lifetime Junious resident C. (Jake of )Gainesvilleand Gardner, rank Department of sergeant. He attaining was a native the- From. Page 1 ai "aaasu awna, ,

of Nassau :
County.
mechanic at Melton Motors with the wants and needs of C
here since 1930, died Friday at Funeral services will be held their fellow human beings." ZONES N .
[ Alachua General Hospital aftera at the Jones Memorial Chapelin A Considerable cloudiness and
Starke at 2:30 p.m. Monday, Johnson interrupted a work- mild through Sunday night with scattered -
heart attack. He 58.
was
1-1t ii 'i ".. with Dr. T. V. McCaul and Rev. and-relaxation holiday weekendat High Sunday showers 71 to and 14. thundershowcrs.Variable winds sir. /r.o 'I

t Funeral services will be held Herman Duke officiating. Burial his, ranch home in Johnson 10 to H miles per hour s'\ 1

at the Jones- ohnson Funeral will follow in the.family plot in City, 65 miles west of this state B C D-Partly cloudy Sun- E i

Home Chapel Monday at 3 p.m.,, Jacksonville Memory Gardens. capital, to blueprint presidential day. Showers by Sunday after-

with Dr. Fred T. Laughon, pas DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Homeof goals at the campus of the noon. High Sunday 80 to 85.
1j
tor of the First Baptist Church, Starke is in charge of ar Texas Longhorns. Northeast to east winds 8 to

officiating. Burial will follow in rangements. The President a 1930 gradu- 15 miles per hour,' becoming I

qw"If Evergreen Cemetery.Mr. Survivors include Mr. Higgin- ate of Southwest Texas State southeasterly Sunday.

botham's wife, Mrs 'Ollie Hunt College at San Marcos 1a..d.
,
was
If Gardner was a member of E H-Partly cloudy Sunday. Few
(f Higginbotham; a daughter, Mrs. honored with a doctor of laws Showers likely on Sunday. High Sunday Wwl e

j the Moose Baptist church He lived and at the 903 Constance H. Hansen, of Jack- degree. And Mis. Johnson, who'holds 15 miles near per M. Southwesterly hour. winds I to ,

lodge. sonville Beach; a son, Danial K. two bachelor degrees en k4iSW.
t S.E. 1st Ave.Survivors F G I-Partly cloudy Sunday. Widely
Jr. of Concord from Texas awarded
Higginbotham was a scattered afternoon showers. High Sunday -
t f Y% include his wife, Mass.; two brothers, Cannos C.'' doctor of letters degree.In miles 88 per to 94.hour.Variable winds S to 15 GAINESVILLE WEATHER

cM. Mrs. Lillian H. Gardner; two Higginbotham Jr., of Concord, his text Johnson said Municipal Airport readings
,
daughters Mrs. Winston Chil-] and Frank W. Carnett Jr., of "The future is rushing uponus. widely J K Partly scattered) showers, Low with tonight few Saturday: High 91_' at 3-5 p.m., .

dress, of Miami, and Mrs. Mary Jacksonville and a great-grand- ." And he noted forecasts winds 70 to S 75.to High 15 miles Sunday per hour U. Variable becoming low 69 at 3-6 a.m.ELSEWHERE No rain.TfMPERATURES t

.1." I ... m.,._" _',,_ .c._',Mn"h'" ._. __ __' Ann Shultz, of Gainesville; i a child. that the national population will southeasterly Sunday. Jacksonville High n Low 70'I preclp. I I
J. brother, Oscar Gardner of expand from 190 million to 400 ALMANAC
HARVEY WILLIAMS ; Miami IS
" Gainesville three sisters, Mrs. Sunset today ........... 7:2 p.m. 19 73
; million in the next 50 I Tampa
GHS Hall of Fame years. Sunrise tomorrow ......... 5:29 a.m. Atlanta 67 ,57
R. T. Culpepper, Mrs. Maude STARKE Funeral services "The only way we can hope',Moonrise tonight ....,... 11:51 p.m. New Orleans, $6 66 .04
Last Quarter ,,..........". June J Boston 66 de
Lewis and Mrs. A. F. Blitch, all were held Saturday for Harvey to deal with the population explosion The planet Mercury Is now paSSing New York 73 4
Among the record 770 Alachua County high school seniors who will be receiving of Gainesville, and four grand Monroe Williams, 69, who died is with the knowledge! to the east of dimmer Mars "Va Washington 76 52
diplomas this week in graduation ceremonies these members of the million miles from the Earth today Chicago 61 50
are
children. at.a hospital here Thursday aft explosion," he said. "For we are Mercury will return as an evening Kansas City 66 57 .03
:11964 Gainesville High School Hall of Fame. From left are Ann Weimer, who star late In July. Denver 44 .1 .sa
ernoon. at a turning point in the historyof CEDAR KEY TIDES 79 59 .so
Ft. Worth
i
:won the award for Citizenship; Wally Rhines, Scholarship; Henry Churchill, Active pall bearers are Arden A native of Holmes County, our nation. One road leads to Sunday High at 11:14 un. and 1:41 Los Angeles 74 54
Fine Arts; Jay Wilson,Athletics and Sam Martin, Student Body President. Steit H. C. Smelley, C. P. Can- Mr. Williams was a retired the Great Society where man's p.m. Low at 3:24 a.m. and 3:26 p m. Seattle U 52 ,
-
nady, Ronnie Anderson S. B. heavy equipment operator. He spirit finds fulfillment in the Scouts PlanChicken

I More About Gun Battle Gaskins Jr. and Niles Shafer. was a member of the Bethel works of his mind. The other Hospital

S Honorary pall bearers include Baptist Church here and a Ma- road leads to a legacy of despairand MealBoy

: C. A. Pound, R. E. Melton, Bobby son. He had been a Starke resi- degradation where man's Says Judy'Improving9 Scout Troop 164 will hole

: KennedyFrom Kills Two Melton, Jene Melton, Fred dent for 15 years. hopes are overwhelmed by its fifth annual chicken supper

Crone Joe Shehee Dr. John A. Survivors include his wife, change he cannot control"Johnson's at I tomorrow, from 5 to 8 p.m. at

Pane 1 Crago, Dr. Joseph H. Simons, Mrs. Willie Williamson Williams Memorial marked Day the Highlands Presbyt en an
home
his ranch was bya
Near JaxJACKSONVILLE Judge Harry McDonald, R. G. of Starke; a daughter, combination of relaxation and Church on NE 16th Ave.

traced between Oswald's deed dow of the Texas School Book Hoffman, Cecil Simmons and Mrs. Eunice White, of Pensacola -'official business in which South- HONG KONG (AP) American Cost will be 50 cents for children

t <. and any plot developed In the Depository Building, to the right BEACH William J. Husa. ; six sons, Clifford and'Cortez east Asian problems "loomed singer Judy Garland's con- and $1 for adults.

Soviet Union, Cuba or Mexico. and rear where Oswald worked (AP)-One police officer was of Tallahassee, Raymond, dition continued to improve hos- DRAWS TERM 127
large.
': 4. The motive seemingly lay and where a rifle identified as shot to death and another D. K. HIGGINBOTHAM of Jacksonville, Jerry, of very White House Convicted burglar Robert
George Reedy, said .
in the murky embittered and introverted his was found In a sniper's nest. ,wounded Friday night when KEYSTONE HEIGHTSDaniel Gainesville, Stephen, now in the secretary, told reportersthat pital sources Saturday.The Chapman drew a six months to

mind of the ex-Marine This report, suggesting that they tried to disarm a gunman Kelley Higginbotham Sr., 69,, U. S. Air Force and Luther of press Johnson spent much of the singer, who fell Into a 15 years prison sentence Thursday
sharpshooter Oswald's wife Oswald had an undiscovered accomplice -holding a woman hostage. The Starke Fri Starke.
; died at a hospital morning studying intelligence coma In a Hong Kong hospital for breaking into Wilson's
said he had become "abnor is contradicted by the gunman also was killed. day after a sudden illness. Also seven brothers, Troy, of:summaries and reports from remained in Department store.

mal," and the evidence disclosed autopsy report. It shows that Police identified the dead as Mr. Higginbotham retired two Lake City, Lem, of Melbourne, !the Defense and State depart Wednesday seclu Chapman, 27, and Wayne

that his mother had ignored both bullets which struck Ken Willie James Smith, Jackson years ago after 18 years service and Ernest, Brady Louis, J. B. !ments. sion. She would not see visitors' Brooks, 33, were both recently

a school physician's recommendation -nedy and the one that hit Con- ville Beach Negro, and John T as a state-employed accountant and W. L., all of Bonifay; four I Johnson has directed his top or answer phone calls. convicted for the breakin.

that he be given ally came from the rear, and Higdon 47, of Silver Springs,, at Sunland Training Center In sisters, Mrs. Macy Ham, Mrs. military, diplomatic and intelligence Brooks goes on trial Monday on
psychiatric treatment.The that a fragment of one of them Md., a member of the International Gainesville and had lived on Lou Mason, Mrs. Sarah Farmer i advisers to meet in Honolulu Miss Garland, 41, was taken charges of attempted escape
testimony of some 400 emerged from the front of Ken- Association of Chiefs oi and Mrs. Irene also of off the critical list Thursday'
Swan Lake, near here, since his Sercy, : on Monday to start a two- from the Alachua County Jail
witnesses, plus thousands of investigation nedy's throat. Police. retirement. Bonifay; 12 grandchildren and day review of affairs in South and removed from the emer-[while awaiting trial on the burglary .

reports and at least That a published picture I Higdon was riding with Sgt. G. Prior to his employment al 2 great-grandchildren. !east Asia. gency ward to a private room. I! charge.SEMIANIUAL .
800 items of physical evidence, showed Oswald standing in the L. Lineberry, an old friend,,
were said to substantiate over door of the building at the very when Lineberry was summonedto Sunland, Mr. Higginbotham was :

whelmingly the original findingsof moment the rifle shots came a barroom, police said. Smith

the FBI. from the sixth floor. had forced Jean Stampley, 22-

Still secret, the fivevolumeFBI The man in the picture was year-old Negro to leave the bar Nature

report is part of the com Billy Lovelady of Dallas. He room at gunpoint, they said CLEARANCE

R > mission's evidence. Delivered in told Warren Commission agentshe Lineberry intercepted Smith Films Set

December, it is known to indicate has 20 witnesses to verifyhis as the couple was leaving. Th
that Oswald was the sole identity and position.
and
two scuffled Lineberrj
slayer. But FBI Director J. Tat Oswald was secretly a On E.TV
yelled for help. Higdon rushedfrom
I Hoover who lauded the E. War U.S. intelligence agent, andinthe the car just as Smith fired to SrT-R-E-T-C-H your DOLLAR values for

ren Commission's thoroughness, words of his mother, Mar .
his .38 caliber revolver, police Three nature films, specifically
disclosed that his agents have gueriteOswald was "set up to
Florida will be I VACATION
related
to ,
0 sent "many thousands" more investigation take the blame." said.Higdon
was struck In the presented on educational television -
reports to the presidential Never substantiated, FBI Di. r .
1 commission since then,, rector Hoover and Central Intelligence heart. Another shot struck Line- station, Channel 5, during, t GRADUATION

and still are tracking down tips Agency Director John berry In the left ear lobe.A the coming 10 days.

and leads including many supplied A. McCone emphatically denied second patrol car arrived The films are sponsored bj; FATHER'S DAY June 21

by the presidential com the story, and Mrs. Oswald told as Smith emptied his revolver the University City Kiwanis

mission itself. the commission herself that it Patrolman James Mangel shot

.'1 Many of the myriad of con was unsupported "speculation." and killed Smith, police said. Club.Monday, at 9:15 p.m., an 11-

flicting reports and rumors; The girl was held as a wit minute film on a "Field Trip tc SUIT YOUR TROPICAL TASTE 100 % !

1,1, seemed baseless or fabricated ness. Higdon's body was to be a Fish Hatchery" will be shown, r ,

from the start, but the commission sent to Maryland after an au discussing the methods used bj; Humid days can't hex your appearance, if you're wearinga

checked out each one in the MoreSuit topsy. He was in Florida to survey a state game department ir suit of dacron-polyester blend fabric. They give you

effort to erase any lingering operations of the Jackson raising fish for stocking lakes light-weight comfort, and the crisp well pressed appearanceyou

1 doubt that the public knows al] ville pollee department. and ponds. prefer.

t that can be known. From Pane 1 Thursday, at 9 p.m., "Florida:: %,

The Warren report is expected -miscellaneous irregularities, More AboutRadiator Wealth or Waste," a 22-minuU Ufa BARDSTOWN wash 'n wear poplin

moreover to deal with such including naturalization infor film, will be shown. It shows the advertised $45.00 $3785'notionally

questions as: resources and industries of the
mation which was missing altogether
1 -Whether the Secret Service or incomplete, 17; and state and points to waste caused k:3 vi BULTMORE wool-blend tropical

and Dallas police took all pre- identification slips which could by forest fires, poverty, erosion ,.'->, { advertised $55.00 $4785'1'Q0000J.y

scribed safety measures before not be identified because the signatures From Page 1 d draining underground water
visit.,
c and during the presidential Corrective measure TIMELY CLOTHES
not and resources. >:
-Whether there was laxity,, similar were registration legible signature, no Radiation lasts only as longas are suggested. f :
1 misbehavior or inefficiency on the food is exposed to the June 9 at 9:15: .
could be found in the precinct Tuesday, p.m. .
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the part of any federal agents. registration book for the poll- gamma rays. When brought up,, an 11-minute film e ntitlec; ,
-Whether more stringent the food is not contaminated and -
ing place where the identification "Beach and Sea Animals" will i COATS dacron-polyester and cotton .
safeguards should be established may be eaten immediately, ag fc
emphasis
1 for the safety of presidents. slips were voted, 52. ricultural scientists who were be shown. Special a Naturally you want to look your best! Exciting light colors,
of
Even if Andrews is right in methods protection : a;
placed on
w. irridescent and vibrant
i The nation has received Wafer's present said.Adolph mid-spectrum shades. Seersucker
his charges of irregularities, it used by various sea animals.
checks and solids.
personal assurance that no Oltmann, an engineer stripes ,
is still apparently up to the circuit
federal official or agency will from the Brookhaven National
decide whether the
to
be spared if censure is warranted. judge Laboratory who assisted in the
violated requirements are important -
Some testimony received installation of the irradiator nationally priced 29.95 $2385
enough to void the votes. w
may not be made public "in equipment, put it this way: MoreCalif. e .
If the judge does decide the
your lifetime" if it involves na! "Its just like food in an oven '
tional security ,the chief i justice requirements are both impor- Its too hot to eat while in the -
tant and violated it is still not :; :_ ,
PANTS of fabrics and shades to coordinate -
said but: oven, but when you take it out .. M' .. .
certain what he will do. .
"I can assure you that nothing and cool it It's not. You don'l From 1 your sports coats. ... .
Andrews is asking that he be Page
will be withheld because.it even have to 'cool' food taken ,
named to take Whin's place, but
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the
embarrassing to from the irradiator.
be .
might wins in California
entire election If Goldwater
presumably an new
said this will be 'n
concerned. Oltmann another POPLIN wash wear
agency think he
could be ordered.Teaching few politicians
The investigation is known to way to preserve fresh I '
could be headed off in his quest Reg. $9.95 785 pr.
have turned up no substantiation food.
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Aide convention votes: pair $15.00
for the 655
for-or to have actually re- "In canned food the microorganisms r

butted or discredited-scores of Resigns at UF are killed by heat" needed to make bearer him in the the party'sstandard race Reg. $12.95 Tropicals "JQSS pr

rumors and reports which flew Oltmann said. "In deep freezing ., 2 pair $21.00
around the world six months BOCA RATON Stanley their growth is inhibited. Irradiation against President Johnson.If .

Lynch, teaching assistant at the is still another means of Rockefeller comes out on f' Reg. $14.95 Tropicals 1285

ago.These were among them: I University of Florida, has resigned -delaying decay." top most politicians would look+ 2 pair $25.00 Pr

-That one or more shots to become instructor in I The shelf life of refrigerated for a convention stalemate. This

came from the railroad over- human behavior at Florida Atlantic .I fish can be prolonged from 1C might give the nomination tc

Pass ahead of the presidential, University's college of days to about 40 by irradiation, ormer Vice President RichardM.
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limousine instead of from a win- education.The I he said. He predicted that within Nixon Pennsylvania Gov.,
II appointment is effective DRESS SHIRTS SPORT SHIRTS
two years consumers will be William W. Scranton, Michigan
September 1. I eating food that has been irra- Gov. George W. Romney or SHORT AND LONG SLEEVE PATTERNS
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diated. possibly some dark horse such "Smith's Men's Shop" in both I long and

:Says Assassin's 1st ShotHit Hector Cusumano engineer is Sen. Thruston B. Morton of O Label short sleeves
from the Preco Corp. in New Kentucky.
I Jersey, manufacturers of the irradiation :
Whites
: Both JFK, CoiinaUy equipment said the' Sun $399Solids 11.:2
Gainesville
: Cobalt unit will have to be recharged .- Stripes

DALLAS (AP)-Tfte first bullet ueved to nave tired the fatal ; in about two years. i Published evenings except r 3 for $11.00 PRICE
fired at the limousine carry bullets and conducted the reenactment -1 Cobalt is something like steel,I Sato-day, and Sunday mom-
ing President John F. KennedyNov. at the site of the I it can be handled safely in its I ng-t by ire Gainesville Pub- '
22 struck Kennedy in the shooting. native state. To activate it, the! llsTiirto Companv at 101 SE J '
2nd Place. Gainesville. Florida OPEN DAILY TIL 9 PMt
from his throat Cobalt must be placed in a nuclear I ,
back, emerged KRLD said medical opinion I and entered as second class
and then pierced Texas Gov. holds that if the first slug had reactor, where the neutron II matter at the Post. Office at
flux in the reactor converts it Gainesville. Florida.CIRCULATION
television
John Connally's body struck the president just a bit ,
station KRLD said in a copy- lower it would have knocked to Cobalt-60. Then it Is dangerous RATES IY

righted story. him to the floor of the car and to handle.As I CARRIER OR MAIL I

Quoting sources close to the thus removed him from the line workers stared at the bottom 1 Weak .45 -

Warren Commission investigating of sight of the second shot of the pit through 10-feet of I 3 MM. $5.85 M_ \mimrsSHOP

the assassination, the Dal- water the Cobalt cast a sinister I
Doctors say Kennedy more : All man subscriptions mart
the second rifle bluish glow against the lead- .
las station said than likely would have recovered I be paid advance.
wounded Ken- lined sides of the pool."You'd M E
bullet mortally 'S f
from the initial shotIt ''I Member of Audit Bureau -of
nedy in the head and that the live maybe six see-
Orculation.
had been believed that the
third went wild.Representatives. on I if you fell in and were exposed -
first shot hit Kennedy in the All material cor'&Mf: here i Is Ii IiI
of the commission to that radiation, Cusu ." fie property of the Gaincsvlll

made a detailed re- back, the second hit Connally, mano said.Everyone. protfvcflonlnwtioto PwMfelune\ Company er(c)In 1'"part. *.ttititelly I 1117 W. UNIVERSITY AVE. .
enactment of the assassination and the third smashed into the i ipresident's instinctively backed I forbidden without nw willful
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I+ i HILLSDALE, Mich. (AP) -
Armed National Guardsmen\
{, rj kept on patrol for a third day
in stride-troubled: Hillsdale Saturday -!
5s a court battle shaped'
SabX50,000
up over GovL George W. Rom-
t ey'sraction in closing the Essex!

J J Wire Corp. plant. I A

I The plant was closed Thurs i
' 1 day under Romney's "state of!

1; emergency". order that brought\
the guard in to preserve the
peace. Essex Wire officials said
J f they wo l -bring suit against the I ,7. '
t f Republican,governor in federal

t ,1 court :Monday his, authority.i' charging. he exceeded O.OF OVERSTOCK BUST .


Negotiations to settle the 3- BE SOLD IMMEDIATELY REGARDLESS OF I EL '
month-ld strike by the International -I

.1 f were Union_put Electrical over to Sunday.Workers COST OR LOSS. SUN., MON., and TUES. ='

Meanwhile, Memorial Day FLOOR SAMPLES SOME ONE-OF-A-KIND- SOME DEMONSTRATORS
I was observed in this southern I SOME ,

11 Michigan city without traditional -I; SOME REPOSSESSIONS, MANY NEW IN CRATES (1 gUAU7Y

trappings. I ; 'AND ALL CARRY ORIGINAL FULL FACTORY WARRANTEE! W DISCOUNT -'

I The American Legion cancelled -'

II its parade, and other I If
events were called off under the ,-
\t emergency order restricting ALL PRICES DEL. & SER OPT.
public assemblies. : :P 'RTABLE.: TVPersonal I
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Hillsdale College,however, received i NOW"No !
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with Sunday's baccalaureate Multi-Cycle Washer '' No FrostRefrigeratorFreezer
services for its graduating class. ,
66 -
i Frank Gallucci, Essex general J ONLY $128 FROST you
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counsel and vice president, said week ONLY 179
$2.50 per have wanted
r fJ an injunction suit would be Compact, lightweight. Carry- NOTHING DOWN e at a
t iy I brought in U.S. District Court in ing handle, telescopic: antenna. Deep bath washingHot TAKE MONTHS TO PAY
t Grand Rapids, testing Romney's warm cold sack washing No Frost Refrigerator No Frost spectacular price
I I right to declare the emergency Westrex 16" TV . . 69.00 .. Warm cold water rinsing Freezer Twice the space inside
Deep agitated overflow rinse double row shelf. Deluxe.
y and require the plant's closing. Emersoon 16" TV . ... 89.00 egg
; The strike has been marked General Electric Refrigerator-Freezer: $139

i\ violence.I Delmonico 19" TV . . 99.00 RCA Whirlpool Mui.i.cydel 49 G.E. 12 Cu. Ft. Ref.-Freezer . $159 $39911

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I I l'' Westinghouse 19" AV . 109.00 No Defrost Refrigerator-Freezer $299
I want to I I RCA Whirlpool 2-Door No Frost

:I see America I General Electric 19" TV .. 114.00 General Electric 5SLJ159Speed Refrigerator-Freezer . . $218
: Kelvinator 2-Door No Defrost
I I RCA Victor 16" TV . 119.00 .
J I close-up I II Queen MSy7e $179 Refrigerator-Zero Freezer . $199

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End defrosting forever . . $189 _
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matic (dented) Freezer . . . . . $138
I w Motorola 19" TV . . .. 99.00
i t.. Automatic Lint Filter 1-18-Cu. Ft. No Frost Refrigerator-
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-.-- 90 DAY FREE SERVICE RCA 2-Speed' $179 Apt.It's a steal . . . . $88 Slightly scratched
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(
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CONSCIENCEOF THE WORLD'S FOREMOST NEWS ANALYST :




\fAh% &inrzuilk THE Decision for California: I



.r. Kern dark lmt of theinsurance companies about the problems of oldage. ..
JOHX K. HAKBISOX. President sal
II i PmblUken PAT COWLES. VU Fre W By JAMES RESIGN Rockefeller, on the other hand, is trying to persuade it that 1{
lx feat ED JOHNSON. Tie Presides SOUTHBy life is not that simple, that it must deal with the world as it
( ttgi: Florida's Beautiful 1 tad ExeenUT Editor W. G. (BIB) LOS ANGELES The big question in the California primary is and not with the world of its dreams. Both have now had '
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election is not about Goldwater Rockefeller but about I
EBEBSOLE Vies President ud Ad- or their say but they are incidental. The important thing is not '
c 'University City' TertUlar Directors BOB TARTAGLIOXE. RALPH McGILL California itself.; For the first time since it became the most what Rockefeller and Goldwater say to California, but.what (
V Tie President tad CtrzslrUos Pulitzer Prize Winning mfelisker I populous state in the union, it is now asked to give a leadto California says to the nation. -
Manager. Of tfct AtlABU. (Ga.) CoBfUtatloa the whole nation, to choose between two philosophies of

S THE SUN'S POLICY government, and thus to indicate its own vision of the

a 1. Report the news fully and Impartially in the news columns. ScienceGoes national future. ON THE RIGHTCalifornia -

2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in-editorials. This is an important moment in the policial life of the
3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. ; country, not because of the future of Rockefeller or Gold-

The Sun's All ToSchool water-they may very well have no national future-but be- :
I telephones
b : Departments-372-8441
cause this glittering empire beyond the Rockies must decide
l \ Want Ads-376-4672 where to throw its vast influence in setting a course for the

( nation. Road's EndBy
I, AMERICA IS NOW turning from the ancient problems of
Problem of the Atlantic to the new problems of the Pacific. At the
Tough Poverty Thoughts after Boston: It same time, it is turning from its old problems as a rural WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY
was New England that gaveto people to the new bewildering problems of modern urban Jr. ,
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: The complexity of the war-on-pov- Only about one-fourth of the 9 the young and expanding life.This t or au intents and purposes a Republican when he decided -

I a erty problem is shown by the facts million families in the government's nation its literature, music, beautiful state of California, goal of the westward the Republican Convention to runfor. Governor of

A that a majority of the unemployedare poverty classification are also class- ucation.poetry and In its Boston dynamic(and of Cam-ed- yearners for 100 years, now bewilderingly brisk and shining fornia will take place in Cali- New York, managed within a
with new cities in the sun: What does it have to to on Tuesday. There is, few years* after taking
j not poor and a majority of the ed as unemployed. The employedpoor bridge) the example of the tie about these problems? say us actually, one issue before the the Executive Mansion from over '

I poor are not unemployed.This work in unproductive occupa- between education and eco- Physically, California is startling. Its coastline between Republicans this season: it is Big Spender Averell Harriman i

tions, such as small-scale farming, nomic progress is inescap- Monterey and Santa Barbara is like the Mediterranean be- whether to nominate Barry to increase state expen-
is true under the definition from which they receive less than able, even to the casual eye. tween Marseilles and the Italian border, only magnified by 10. Goldwater, or whether to nom- ditures by the colossal figure \

of poor which is used by the federal $3,000 annual income. Others in the The eminence of the Boston The difference is between an ocean and an inland sea, be- else.inate It someone doesn't else anyone of 60 per cent.Rockefeller .
area in high quality electronics tween -a continent and a peninsula. Everything is cut on a really matter who as an alleged I
government: a family with an income poverty group are not listed as part who else
although one thing
began with the establish- larger scale in California: Its headands, its mountains, its Republican told a re-
of less than $3,000 a year., of the unemployed work force be- is sure, and that is that Nel-
ment of four wartime labora- 1 cause, for health or age reasons, tories at Harvard and the its women. But what of its spirit and ideas? Is it the best or son Rockefeller is not the alternative not had a leader who had giv-
About half the 4 million workers they are not employable.The Massachusetts Institute of :the worst of our rich and acquisitive civilization the end to Goldwater, no en it a sense of national pur-
who are unemployed at a given time Technology. They had the of the old frontier or the begining of the new? matter how the situation pose since Franklin Del a n o
shapes in Califor-
formally
up Roosevelt.
are members of families with incomes problem of helping these necessary faculty to direct nia.
people and man the research prob- THE PRIMARY ELECTION here will not, of course, an- ROCKEFELLER who de
of $4,500 or more a year. is the most difficult domestic lems. From that time into the swer these questions but it will give us a clue. :More than Rockefeller has about as nounces everyone who sup-

They have incomes above the problem facing this country. The present the two magnific e n t ]most states, California is now a battleground of ideology. Here good a chance for the nomi ports the candidacy of Barry
poverty level because the wage poor include many who live in ruralor institutions have attracted sci- |the innovators and the consolidators of our national life are nation, as I have said be- Goldwater as a member of the

earner is unemployed only part of depressed areas which can't entists and engineers to cope J in open conflict. And Rockefeller and Goldwater are important fore and say again even after zany, fascistic Right, who de-

the year (the duration of raise the tax to with the demands of govern- merely because, for the moment, they happen to sym Oregon, as Tommy Manville.I nounces as lunatic inferenti-
average them
money give the ment and industry.A bolize 1 the fight and bring the issue to the ballot box. name Manville not merely ally, the overwhelming ma-
unemployment recently has been 14 assistance they need. Among the because, in the public image, jority of the regular person-

to 15 weeks), because many get un- poor, also, are many members of VAST COMPLEX of sci- Even after all allowances are made for the mystifying he is the Number One Exam- nel of the Republican Party,

employment benefits or because minority groups, subject to discrimi ence oriented industries has 'clarifications of past Goldwater positions, it is clear that ple of the Loose Set, but be- the county, city state and
about the there are fundamental differences between these two men cause every serious political national leaders who
others in the family have incomes. nation, and many who are illiterateor sprung up major have
companies. There are m o re lacking in training and skills that than 400 of these, most of to deal with the racial problem, how to act in an Alliance dating back to a year Goldwater. They are,
The major remedy for the plightof would enable them to do productivework. them engaged in electronics, ]when our actions affect the interests and maybe even the ago, as believing that Nelson we are asked by Rockefellerto

the unemployment is easier to instrumentation or related lives of other peoples, how to deal with the perplexing di- Rockefeller's decision to take believe, non Republicans,

t prescribe, in theory at least, than work. They employ about 22-, lemmas of Cuba and Viet Nam, how to educate and employour another man's wife, irrespective whereas Rockefeller, the Big

the remedy for the plight of the Lower taxes may indirectly 000 scientists and engineers. < people in their vigorous and productive years, and how of the ravages of that Spender, the man who re-
pro- There is no "which came- to sustain them when they are old. decision on that man's chil fused to back Nixon's candi-
poor who are not listed among the vide some help to those who are not dren, was an act of selfish- dacy even after Eisenhower -

unemployed. This remedy is stimula- unemployed, but not much, since -first"- the-chicken- the IN A RESTLESS, scientific society, which favors the young ness which argues against f had done so, refused until
tion of the economy so that there egg? argument in this story. and the educated while abandoning the unskilled and pro- his chances to attract a devoted Nixon caved in on a numberof
will be more jobs. The administration they have been paying very little in The educational institutionswere longing the life and scattering the children of the old, we are national following.THE matters affecting the national -
taxes. The war-on-poverty programs there. Industry and sci- all bewildered. All the relationships of the nation, region to POINT was made explicitly Republican program:
is hopeful that the tax cut
which ence came to them. (The dif- region, federal government state government, state to city, by former Senator how much can one rich ego-
t can help them those
1 which has are which ference between
just gone into effect, willso a community city to town, town to village and farm, employer to em- Prescott Bush, a Liberal Re- maniac accomplish? The ad-
stimulate the economy that there will help to make them employable or making itself educationally el- ploye, white man to black man, and even parent to child- publican, and a fervent ad- jective "rich" is presumablynon
will be a big increase in employment. otherwise increase their incomes. igible to attract modern in- ;all these relationships have changed faster than"human beings mirer of General Eisenhower.He controversial. The noun
dustry and one that strugglesto and human institutions know how to change. All is new andit said a year ago that if "egomaniac" is contributedby
r get a pants factory, primarily is not unreasonable to look for guidance to the new young Nelson Rockefeller were nom- General Eisenhower.No .
is one of education.) giant states of the Union that know the most about change. inated by the Republican Par- Rockefeller is not go-

California's boom in aerospace California should have something to say to the nation about ty, he, Prescott Bush, would tog to get it at San Francisco -
i began in the 1930s. It, all this. In some ways it knows more about the two ends of do what he could to persuadethe not a chance. The ques I
Voice of the People too, began in an educational life. It is the playground of the young and the haven of the electorate to vote for the tion in California is: Goldwater -
institution the California old. It is the New World's new world. It resents the cultural Democratic alternative, who- or someone else oth-
and commercial of the East and while he
,, Institute of Technology at Pas- supremacy deplores ever was. er than Rockefeller. It will
I adena. Early research in roc- 'enjoying the power and bounty of Washington, but in the The animus against Rocke- be: Goldwater, if the Californians 1
On The Sun's Opinion Page==== ketry and jet propulsion led process, ironically, it underestimates its power.A feller exists on other grounds decide to give him a
to the founding of the insti- than the marriage record, chance to rally the Republican '
Opinions and comments of Sun readers are welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters tute's jet propulsion labora- GOOD DEAL of the energy, the brains, the government though not necessarily unre- Party behind a set of principles
I must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should contracts, and the jobs are moving into the sunny crescentof lated grounds. There is that which will be in
This led to the genuine
not exceed 500 words and be tory. development -
I must written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The the nation from the rest of the country into the area extraordinary and disturbingself
Sun opposition to John
reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's of the multi billion Lyndon /'
r Intent. meaning or dollar aerospace industry that from San Francisco down through Texas to Cape Kennedyin concern which even be- son's. Or it will be someone
Florida and a new center of responsible and in some fore his divorce caused Eis- from the
Rec. CentersI job as Director of the Com- and includes the Douglas Aircraft Republican center. i
t conversion to Christianity h ways decisive political power. enhower to call him "a damn Nixon Or
Corporation and North Amer- maybe. Scranton
munity Center. I have been in ? Did this happen beforemarriage The immediate question is how it will use this power in egomaniac," as it is revealedin Soneone
possibly. who would l'
ican Aviation Inc. About them
,
: And UF DancesEDITOR the Center more than 50 times ? At marriage? Or the primary election. Goldwater is encouraging it to believe the current issue of News- be picked the
have satellite by Republican
j
i i and I have witnessed the com- after marriage? Are Gold- sprung up com- that it can follow the states',rights view of the South about week Magazine. Party the

t Sun: In her letterin mendable job Mr. Acosta is water's sons practicing Jews? panics. the Negro, the habits of the individualistic Western frontiersman Rockefeller who hose what on is important understandingthat this
Sundays' paper on the closIng doing there. He is a dedicated More needs to be told about about Cuba and Viet Nam, the habits of the commercial for reasons that were never election ,
particular isn't
AT ABOUT the same time ,
'j young man bent on giving the this year
of the recreation centers, Negro youth the finest recrea- some mysterious reader give family.specific Can as Cal Tech got started, a community about jobs and economic growth, and the habits clear, to surface politically as to face the voters with a dra '
answers
Mrs. Levengood made some communications laboratorywas matic alternative to Lyndon
ation
program possible. He to these questions?
I comments concerning students gives himself to the job body begun at Stanford Univer- Johnson, but to, give the voters -
CITIZEN WHY NEHRU HAS
NO REAL
SUCCESSOR
at the university which should and soul.Having. sity. This project attracted some sort of an effigy of

I be corrected. no children, he is at Less scientists, research, and pri- an opposition, for whom
I For the past year I have the Center day and night. He BigotryIn vate and governmental con- they can vote, if inertia happens .
worked in various- capacitieswith is respected by all of us, tracts in electronics. Two men Ruling by Love Alone to prompt them to do so,
the dance committee of black or white. Whatever the Florida who worked there were Wil- as a vaguely Republican ges
the Florida Union Board for reason for his dismissal, it liam Hewlett and David Pack-
Student Activities. One func- could not have been due to EDITOR, Sun: The Burns ard. They founded what has NtlU bark mimes formal luncheon. He fed his India's past must be used to ture.ASKED THE reporter a

tion of this committee Is to incompetency on the job. He'sa High primary run-off has a national become the world's largests By C. .L. SULZBERGER panda,played with a retriever cement a modern nation. Per- week ago in California: Whatis
give a weekly,dance for the college graduate. I doubt if significance which ha manufacturer of electronics PARIS-The reason it is so gallantly handed my wifea haps some day this could be to be done in ,South VietNam
university students. Mrs. Lev- his salary has been commen- been overlooked by the n e w instruments. i difficult to choose an effectivenew rose, criticized his niece's confederated with Pakistanand j about the supply lines of
engood states that university surate with his qualifications.What media. Few voters knew much Stanford, Cal Tech and the : Indian Leader is that no salad dressing and admittedall Burma. j the Communists that move under
students who wish to dance Gainesville needs is a about Robert King High, and major units of the Universi- (one remains from the fore- he had learned to cook Meanwhile, India faced an cover of the forests and
have to go to establishments ready supply of such exem- some of those who did consid ty of California are magnets serving alcohol. Since our plary leaders as Mr. Acosta. ered him too inexperienced to that have attracted the best i ii epoch which developed the "various forms of eggs." "We base our planning on water, "There have been several -
I dances are held oa the.university We cannot afford to lose him. serve as governor. On the oth of modern scientific industry. ;astonishing political talent of "Yes," he conceded "I what I might call present ad- suggestions made. I
campus, no alcoholic bev- If he is not reinstated, the loss er hand, many voters, Stanford's Research Park has :ruling by love alone. This wrote it for amusement sentit vantage. The choice is be- don't think we would use any
erages are allowed. on the pre- to the community will be se- cluding High supporters, frequently s- inspired imitation. ;power, as Nehru saw rightly, to a woman friend who had tween present advantage or of them. defoliation of the
A mises. vere. voiced the opinion thatBurns' The United States Chamber i ii derived not only from inner it published. Nobody guessedI future development. The Russians 1 forest by lowyield atomic

Mrs. Levengood also implies Racial relations here have leadership of Jacksonville i- of Commerce recently releass genius but from action duringthe was the author. Gandhi was and the Chinese chose weapons could well be done
II G that the drunken youths at been progressing admirably to into racial violence was a survey result. A new struggle for freedom itself even indignant, thinking some the latter method, but this re- When you remove the foliage

,I the recreation center dances date. But this could be the totally unacceptable* for the plant office, or.laboratory ; not after independence. enemy was attacking me." quires authoritarian government you remove the cover."
t.1 were university students. On straw! State 6f Florida: with 100 jobs, on the average Once I asked Nehru if he We also want to plan Said Rockefeller every day,
I'' the first night that those dan- PHYLLIS HELLSTROM 'Therefore, it appears thatmuch brings in 100 households, 359 !had anyone in mind to succeed I ASKED IF NEHRU for the future but our first everywhere he went: "I do
ces had been'canceled, a of the High vote was ac: people, $710,000 In spending ;him.. "None," he said, "andit thought his character judg- requirement is to plan for the i not believe that the answerto
\ j large number of high school Asks Goldwater tually an anti-Burns vote. power, $331,000 in retail sales wouldn't matter if I did. I ment correct. He replied: "I present. 1 the failures, of the present
students showed up at our _Obviously from the patternof and $229,000; in bank deposits.e play an outstanding role suppose if a man can see such NEHRU WAS fabricated of Administration is to be foundin
dance. Some of the boys had voting, the real issue in the through force of circumstancebut weaknesses inside himself and contrasts: Pale, bald dome, i j a. reckless belligerence

been drinking, and were askedto Family StoryEDITOR campaign, in spite of orato RESEARCH parks, created this is not a question onlyof discuss them, this is advance dark, handsome face; simul- (typified by such proposals as
leave. One such high school to the contrary, was civilrights. near or about a university or any ability I may have. proof he will never succumbto taneous arrogance and hu- '(Senator Goldwater's) to use
boy became so rowdy that the Sun: The Goldwater Voters backing Highwere research center, are the new- Various things have combinedto them. mility, gentleness and petu- |nuclear weapons to clear the
University Police were called. family story if brought out expressing a willingnessto est real estate developments. make me extraordinarily Certainly Nehru had the eance. When engaged in one jungles of Viet Nam.
As a result, we have instituted into the open like that of the accept the civil rights bill They include housing, shopping popular with the common peo opportunity to make himself of those long monologues his Those who have a respectfor
a check of university LD.'s Kennedy's might make an in- now in consideration in the! areas and so on. North ple. My popularity derives an autocrat and, whatever his friends called "thinking J the democratic process
at the doors in order to ex- teresting story and might in- Senate. Here lies the real sig; Carolina pioneered in the from our preindependence faults, he was never corruptedby aloud," contradictions flowed ]must hope at least that
clude the high school studentsan fluence'"oters pro or con. nificance of the election. South. During the administration movement and you can't re- power. He sought to so easily that one suddenly j if Golfwater is beaten it is be-
inconvenience for us and Rumors I have beard to The political analysts have of Governor Luther create those circumstances. preserve individual liberties realized he was in himself (cause what he stands for is rejected
for the students who attend the effect that Goldwater's been aware of the Wallacecampaigns Hodges the triangle area between NEHRU TALKED about against any temptation to rev- the very essence of contra- not the caricaturethat
our dances. father is an immigrant orthodox as an expression of)r the University of North :himself with remarkable ac- olutionary shortcuts. diction. 1 Mr. Rockefeller, in his

Fortunately, we have had Jew. anti-civil rights opinion. It is Carolina, Duke and North i curacy. Indeed, in 1931, he Nehru showed more emo- India was lucky to have 'thirst for power, has paintedof
no further trouble, but the revival Evidently he is the source of important to note that Highreceived Carolina State College was wrote an anonymous auto- tional sympathy towards Rus- Gandhi and Nehru in its him. Goldwater said last
of the dances at the re- the Goldwater fortunes, for a greater Triangle." (criticism, later printed in a sians than Americans. He renascent Gandhi, seen week; after surveying some
years.
creation centers would help Barry has been in the Con- of Florida vote than Gov.Wallace eHuntsville has such which said "Men like
f a "park. :review, : was an intellectual snob and as a saint, was also a crafty prevent any future occurances. gress of the U.S. throughoutmost got of the vote in Wisconsin iOther institutions that have Jawaharlal, with all.their capacity U. S. ways irritated him. The politician, stubborn leader and 'that had been loosed against
The City Commission has al- of his adult life, and his Indiana, or :Maryland. announced establishment of, ; for great and good governess of his aristocratic visionary patriot., Nehru was !him by his enemies, "I trust,
ready been informed by letterof senatorial earnings could The Wallace invasion revealed sor,plans for, such "parks" are ;work, are unsafe in a democ- Brahmin youth was a narrow no saint; but he shared the 'completely the standards of
this situation. I sincerely hardly count for his vast for- what everyone should Colorado State University, j racy. Englishwoman who taught other attributes; and both j fair play and the commonsense
hope that it will see fit to tune. have already knownthat University of Miami, Purdue, "He calls himself a democrat him that Americans were men were astonishingly loved of the people of
again sponsor the dances. Did Goldwater's father there are plenty of racial Iowa State, University of Missouri < and a socialist, and no vulgar and second rate. by their followers. J California." Goldwater has
DONALD ALBURY bring money to the U. S.? bigots in the North. The surprising Cornell University of i doubt he does so in all earn- BUT HE WAS never dom Love represented political been accused of wanting to
Director on the Florida Un- What kind of business did he size of the antiBurnsvote Oklahoma and Clem!*m Uni- but start aa atomic war
fitness< every psycholo- inated by petty bias. He con- authority but this, as Nehru :j with
ion Board for Student Activities operate In'the country of his reveals a much more important versity. ,|ftrt knows that the mind is sidered himself pragmatic, not rightly saw, was because of Russia, of wanting to end

,origin from? Did the he receive permission fact-that there are a Those states in the South ultimately i slafli to to hart dogmatic, and, although what they had done before, :social security payments, 'o!
foreign country great many men and women which still insist on continuing ;and that logic can always be vagnely] ywu'i!. t, wit doctrinaire. not after freedom. There are 'wanting to antomize the sup.
'Dumbstruck' sole to bring source capital'of the here Goldwater? Is he the good the will in Florida who accept racist discrimination and j made to fit in with the desires He- thought all contemporary nc ZLie br= men left I a. njy jrttjg {fetj VJet ffyn_
democratic principalof handicapping their educational :;and irrepressible urges of states were tend- that *,uf ii that
fortune? Has Barry received the worth and revolutionary generaflbn. way prove ul I of
Dismissal monies from dignity of every institutions, and those in I j man. A little twist and Jawa ing towards socialism through Perhaps wrongly, Nehru the allegedly reckles.
Arizona state
,I, By mining individual a concept whi areas that downgr a d e J]harlal might turn into dic
chtheir a economic necessity but India himself would not have meats he ever made, the
? Did
companies he is
marry at the heart of the schools, cannot fail to be one
j 1
EDITOR, Sun: I was abso money? rights tator. sought its own policy and despaired. He was convinced about trusting to the good
lutely dumbstruck to hear that What is the story of Goldwa- bill.ROBERT E. POTTER and aware of what such blindness I asked Nehru if he really there was no ideology in It. that its vastness in space and sense: of the voters in Catt.
will do
Mr. Acosta was fired from hist ter renunciation of Judaism 1823 NW 12th Terr. prejudice and future. to their authored this. We were sitting Nehru's basic hope was that historical depth in time guarf will prove to be the
present j in his garden, a small, In- the culture and traditions of anteed India's future. faroutestIk"


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i '8 P. M., school aumtonum. tvfi ,FOR HOSPITALMrs.
I COLORED NEWSB. Wednesday, June 3, 8 p. m. Times of N.W. 10th St.,
school auditorium, Commence- left for the Veterans' Hospitalat

ment Address, Rev. S. R. Ijie City, recently, where he

WILLIAMS ELEMENTARYThe bulletin announcing the deadline Florida A & M University, Tallahassee here. .

fr patrons and friends of was delayed. Make rese '"ons will be the speaker. -

Williams Elementary School now. NOTICE

a Jon K. DAJUUS N. Fre.UentFsblUkcri and are cordially invited to attend UNION CLOSING The first preparation meetingfor
I PAT COWLE3. VU frctt- the Sixth Grade Promotional I NOTICEThe
The First Division Ministersand the Vacation Bible School
r' 'I t dents ExeemtiT ED JOHNSON EdiUri Tie W. G.TtttlitmiM4 (Bin) Exercises in the auditorium of I White Rose Club of Mt. Deacons Union auxiliary of will be held at the ML Carmel $
PCthj Florida's Beautiful'University } EBEESOLE. Vies Pre tt..t ad A*- the school on Wednesday June,Carmel Baptist Church will sell the Jerusalem Missionary Baptist Baptist Church Tuesday at 8pm. -
City vcrtUtef Director BOB TABTAG. 3, at 10 a.m. G. T. Cook, prin-i breakfasts in the dining room Association, with Rev. T. .
g t LIONE. VU President aa4 Clreml cipal; Mrs. Christola W. Jones, :of the church today from 7 a.m. D. Davis, moderator, which began All instructors are asked to be

ccw tie* Mutter. reporter. ..10 9 ajn. 29 at the Bethel Light Bap- present at the meeting. Rev.

THE SUN'S POLICY -' I The price of the breakfasts tist Church with Rev. D. Williams T.A. Wright, pastor; Mrs. Esth

NAACP MEETING is 75 cents and 60 cents. pastor, at Orange V. Hamm, reporter.
S 1 1. Report the news fully and Impartially in the ,news columns. National I Heights is closing today.
2. Express the opinions of the Sun in--but only in-editorials. The Association for
a 3. Publish all sides of Important controversial issues. the Advancement of Colored CLUB SLATES MEETING During the day, there will be EDUCATION PROJECT.. ..'
*! People will meet on the ground I The Frances Robinson Club of an excellent program rendered.
The Sun's telephones: All Departments: 372-8441 Several outstanding will ST. PETERSBURG Columbia -
Aw floor of the Mt. Carmel Baptist the Mt. Carmel Baptist Church persons EDWARDS
}' Want Ads-376-4672' Church June 1 at 8 p.m. Rev.T. will meet with Mrs. Esther W. appear in the program. > University's research project -
!
b A. Wright, president. Hamm, of 233 N. W. 7th Place, The attendance has been good. involving the nations's predominantly The Williston Vocational i
on Monday at 8 p.m. Negro institutions of School under the principalshipof

LITERARY PROGRAM I The members are asked to MOVED TO VA HOSPITALJoe higher .learning ,is well :on its II Calvin L. Edwards has been

Problem of The Layman's Department of pay their dues at the meeting. Gaset of Jacksonville, an way.The striving all year to perform the
Tough
Poverty
academic
t feats .desired for a
which is
$100,000 study,
the Spring Hill Baptist Churchis I employee of Dr. L. B. Childs, : better .*
eing financed by the Carnegie society. r
sponsoring a literary NOTICE who has been ill in Brewster

i The complexity of the war-on-pov- Only about one-fourth of the 9 extravaganza on Friday, June The faculty of Williams Ele Hospital for several weeks, has :Foundation to aid the institutionsin The school's.campus*has been

: erty problem is shown by the .facts million families in the government's 5, at 8 p.m. at the church. mentary School cordially invites been moved to the Veterans' strengthening themselves Is in the process of getting a face-

1 that a majority of the unemployed poverty classification are also class- The public is invited. Deacon you to attend a Tea in honoror Hospital at Lake City. nearly half complete. The, study administration lifting under the leadership of
involves data on '
s W. B. Allen, president; Catherine Mrs. Fannie Glover, teacher, gathering John White, agriculture teacher.
not and ,majority of the ed as unemployed. The
are poor a employedpoor faculty, students,
,
Williams, reporter; Rev. ,T. who is retiring at the end of ANNIVERSARYThe The view or landscape on the
poor are not unemployed. work in unproductive occupa- D. Davis, pastor. this school year Sunday, May Juvenile Lodge No. 113 buildings, laboratories, library, campus has been tions, such as small-scale farming the finance, curriculum, and stu number of
31, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at will celebrate its anniversary at years.

; This is true under the definition from which they receive less than MR. WILLIAMS AILING school. the Mt. Moriah Baptist Churchon dent'services.Dr. L. Richard. Meeth of the The Board of Public Instruction -

r of poor which is used by the federal $3,000 annual income. Others in the Mr. Williams, pioneer citizen, June 7.During gave the school this year
Institute of Education,
Higher
father of Miss Mattie Williamson NEWS
government: a family with an income poverty group are not listed as part LAKE BUTLER the anniversary, there Columbia the its first driver education car
N. W. 8th St. is at Willie Mae re- University, coor-
ailing Mrs. Perry,
of less than $ ,OOO a year. of the unemployed work force because his home. will be a program rendered. Several dinating agency for the project, which has enabled a great num-
porterBaccalaureate outstanding persons will appear I ber of students to'learn how to
for health and Dr. John W. Rembert
or age reasons, Mr. Williams' friends hope Service in the program. drive and also obtain driver'slicenses.
About half the 4 million workers they not that Baccalaureate Service President of Gibbs Junior College -
I are employable.The he will soon be well again. The Each member is asked to pay Also for the first time,
who are unemployed at a given time will be held at the Consolidated 25 cents. met this week to check the school is offering a coursein

t! I are members of ,families with incomes problem of helping these peo- GRADUATION EXERCISESThe High School at Lake Butler, today one phase of Foundation the project.is chemistry and has received
Carnegie expected
at 10 a. m.
of 4,500.or more a ,year. pIe is the most difficult domestic the Kindergarten Graduation and Exercises also the for The public is invited.A AILING AT HOME to release the report by materials much-needed in the equipment science depart-and

j They have incomes_ above- the, problem facing this country. The Promotional Program for t he The following persons are ailing next fall. ment. These things are allowingthe

.! poverty level because the wage poor include many who live in ruralor Sixth grade will be held at the LANDMARKBible at their homes: Mrs. Rosa faculty and student body to

earner is unemployed only' part of depressed areas which can't A. Q. Jones Elementary Schoolon Thought-"We are ambassadors Faircloth, Mrs. Ann Watts, Mrs. do a better job of carrying out

the year (the average duration of raise the tax money to give them the Tuesday, June 2, at 6:30: of Christ God makinghis We be- Knight.Estella Knowles and Will ,d tttttan'etf the purposes and objectives of
appeal through us. ;
unemployment recently has been 14 assistance they need. Among the p.m.The seech you on behalf of Christ, I Their friends are asked to the school.
public is invited.
to 15 weeks),. because many get' un- poor, also, are many members of be reconciled to God. (11 Cor- visit them. Mrs. F. D. Shannon ALFRED :TAYLOR Calvin L. Edwards, former

employment benefits or- because minority groups, subject to discrimi- CAPE KENNEDY NEWS inthians 5:20: RSV.) reporter. Funerl services for Alfred science teacher at the school,

V others in the family have incomes. nation, and many who are illiterateor Space Age EmploymentThe Taylor, of 1501 SE Waldo Road this year, is working diligentlyto
WEDDING PLANS TOLD make the entire school
lacking in training and skills that first 1961 graduate of the for PERSONALSMrs. will be held Tuesday at 2:30p. : program
announced today He said
Plans are a success. the entire
The major remedy for the plightof would enable them to do. productivework. Florida A. and M. University, Miss Claudia Evans and John Dorothy Kendall and Chapel. m. in with the Rev.Duncan T. D.Brothers Davis faculty group, county officers
known here
to for the
the unemployment is easier to qualify Harmon, Jr. The bride-elect is daughter, Sandra, recently returned officiating. Interment will follow and the community have

prescribe, .in theory at least, than ment challenge is Roosevelt of space age L. employ- the daughter of Mrs. Margarie : here from Tampa where in the Pine Grove Ceme- worked with him very coopera-
Jackson Evans and the bridegroomelectis attended the Blos- tively in his efforts to effect
Lower taxes they Orange a
the remedy for the plight of the may indirectly :
pro- a senior majoring in mathema- John
the son of Mr. and Mrs. som Beauticians' Association. tery.He good school program.
poor who are not listed among the vide some help to those who are not tics who will report at Cape Harmon Sr., of Daytona Beach. I Miss Mattie Mae Smith and was a veteran of World

$1 unemployed. This remedy is stimula- unemployed, but not much, since Kennedy for work as a programmer The wedding will be an eventof Mrs. Ann Mills, both of Jacksonville War 1. Plans were made in prepara-

tion of the economy so that there have in the Apollo Support Saturday, June 6, at 6 p.m. I were guests of Miss His immediate survivors in- tion for the coming school year.
they been
will be more jobs. The administration paying. very little in department following his graduation at the home of the bride-elect Mills' relatives here yesterday.Mr. clude his sister Mrs. Callie The school's guidance program
taxes. The war-on-poverty from Tallahassee institu- followed by a reception at the Roberts Stevens will be administered next year
I programs and Mrs. Hall, city, and brother, Lewis
is hopeful that the tax cut under
tion June the hands
on 12. guiding of a
which them Evans' home. and son, Jim, all of Atlanta, Ga., Taylor, Palmetto.
can help those
which has just gone into effect, willso are which Recently notified of his employment Rev. W. M. Fergurson will arrived here yesterday as guestsof Relatives are asked to meetat certified guidance person and

stimulate the economy that there will help to make them.employable or, by the General ,Electric perform the double ring cere- Mrs. Stevens' relatives on a the home of his sister, Mrs. this should enhance the programto

will be a big increase in employment. otherwise increase their incomes. Command and Systems Division mony. two-week vacation. Callie Hall of 1501 SE Waldo a great extent. Three new
.. Jackson will work in the Mrs. Jacqueline Ivey of Daytona I II Miss Willie Mae Brown, of Road at 1:45 p. m. to form elementary classrooms were
ACE Spacecraft Support an d Beach, cousin of the bride-I Tampa, passed through Gaines- the procession to the chapel. constructed last year to facili-
Engineering Subsection. He is I elect, will attend the bride as ville yesterday en route to Jack- Duncan Brothers, morticiansare tate guidance services and add
i i'I' starting at a salary of $6,864.00( matron of honor and W. L. sonville. in charge. teacher and pupil spaces.

per year. I Johnson will serve the bridegroom Fred Jones, of Jacksonville, Baccalaureate services were
Voice of the Jackson credits the efforts of best man.
People as passed through the UniversityCity held May 24 at 8 a.m. and the
the FAMU Placement bureau, The bride will be, given in yesterday en route to Oca Commencement Exercises

I IOn headed by the Rev. Clinton C. i marriage by her uncle, R. C. MRS. RUBY LEE SMALL school auditorium. Rev. Matthews were

i I Cunningham, with "opening the Cambridge. i la.Mr.. and Mrs. James Littles, Funeral services for Mrs. was the baccalaureate

The Sun's Opinion Page=== doors" that made his forthcoming Music will be provided by of Dothan, Ala., whose visit here Ruby Lee: Small will be hel speaker and Jamee J. Gardner

space age job possible. Richard Parker, organist, and and Tampa for the past two at the Philadelphia Baptis t: principal of Dillard Comprehensive
Opinions and comments of Sun readers are welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters Mrs. Nancy Hudson, soloist. weeks has been pleasant, were Church at Waldo, today at 3. High School Ft. Lauderdale -
must be signed and bear the writers address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter LHS ACTIVITIES
should
NATIONAL flown their home yesterday.
PTA MEET to
with Rev. J. H. and
p. m. Phillips was a former princI-
exceed 500 words and must be written
not on only one side of the
paper. Poetry cannot be used. The School invites
Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning The National Congress of Par- Lincoln High ; Mrs. Ethel Monroe returnedto officiating. Interment will follow pal of Williston Vocational
or
2 latent. ents and Teachers will meet in ,all parents citizens and inter the city yesterday from Camden In the Waldo Cemetery. School, was the commencement

1 Rec. Centers job as Director of the Com- and conversion to Christianity Winston-Salem, North Carolina ested friends the 40th of Commencement education to I N. J., where she was Duncan Brothers morticians speaker. Mrs. Bessie Mae Wesley
witness
of business.
called because
June 2123. The Florida Branchis are in charge.
munity Center. I have been in reporter.
? Did. this happen before Exercises in the Lincoln High
t the Center more than 50 times marriage? At marriage? Or chartering a Greyhound bus Auditorium. I -
; And UF DancesEDITOR School -
and I have witnessed the com- after marriage? Are Gold- I for the purpose of taking the Sunday, May 31, Annual SERIOUSLY ILL
delegates, officers and interested MRS. ROXIE KEARNEY
mendable job Mr. Acosta is water's TO RECEIVE CHARTERThe
sons practicing Jews?
Sun In her letter School Sermon, 3:30 p. m. Sutton
: Mrs. J. Stewart -
doing there. He is a dedicated More needs to be told about persons of Florida to the The Mayme American Legion Memorial -
In Sundays' paper.on the clos- school auditorium. sermon of 1484 West 9th St., Jack- Funeral services for Mrs.
meeting. The bus will leave Or- ,
young man bent on giving the this mysterious Post No. 306 will receive its
I of the recreation centers family. Can will be delivered by Rev. Roxie Kearney, pioneer citizen
ing citizen here
i lando Saturday at 5:30 and sonville, a former ,
Negro youth the finest p.m. charter at the Mr. Carmel
recrea- some reader Baptist -
i i Mrs. Levengood made some give specific answers E. J. Rivers Jr., Pastor, Eben- seriously ill. of Levy County, will be held
from was reported as
Jacksonville about 9
ation
program possible. He to these questions? p.m. Jackson Church during the services
ezer Methodist Church from the Ebenezer Methodist
comments concerning students himself to the All units, councils and dis- She is the mother of Mrs.
gives job body CITIZEN today at 11 a.m. Henry Miles,
1 the which shouldbe ville. Rev. Mr. Rivers is a for- Church at Chiefland today at
at university and soul.Having. tricts are urged to send dele- L aye Lewis and Mrs. Thelma commissioner.
corrected.For mer resident of Alachua County 2 p. m. with Rev. Robert
and also the aunt of Mrs.
children he is Reservations for the Belle
at gates.
no Less trip] Lincoln
Bigotry and graduate of High James officiating.She .
the past I have made Mamie J. Sanders; of N.W.7th
i year the Center day and night. He might be by sending the received the bachelorof
School. He was a member of the
worked in various capacities is respected by all of us, In FloridaEDITOR fare to the chairman of P. T. A. arts degree from Clark Col- Ave. local Pallbearers' Lodge. BELL NURSERY SCHOOL
f with the dance committee of black or white. Whatever the Transportation, P. 0. Box 362 -
Florida Union Board ,for lege, and the bachelor of divinity Relatives are asked to meetat The Bell Nursery School will
the reason for his dismissal, it Daytona Beach. have a child-care summer seS-
degree from Gammon Theological NOTICEThe the resident at Trenton at
Sun
The
: Burns-
Activities. One func-
Student tion of this committee is to could not have been due to High primary run-off has a na- The fare is $21.90 roundtrip. Seminary, Atlanta Georgia. National Association for 1 p. m. to form the procession: sion. All interested parents can
the incompetency on the job. He'sa tional significance which has Checks or money-orders should He has pastored for the last the Advancement of Colored to the Chiefland Church. register their children June 4

university give a week1y"dance-for students. Mrs. Lev his college graduate.has I doubt if been overlooked by the n e w s I be made payable to The Trea- 12 years, and received many People Youth Council will hold Duncan Brothers, morticians, and 5 from 8:30: a.m. to 4:30
salary been commen- surer of the Florida Branch of at the
media. Few citations. its membership meeting are in charge.IN .
voters knew much
states that university
students engood who wish to dance surate with his qualifications.What about Robert King High, and National P.T. A. Congress. The Monday, June 1, Senior Awards Mt. Carmel Baptist Church pjn.The registration fee is 50 cents
Gainesville needs is
have to to establishments a some of those who did consid- deadline for sending reserva- Day 9:30: A. M. school Thursday at 8 p.m. Frank Simmons per family. For further inform-
serving alcohol.go Since our ready supply of such exem- ered him too inexperienced to tions has been extended from auditorium. president; Annette MEMORIAMIn ation, call Fr. '2-3338 or Fr. 6-

dances are held on.the univer- We plary cannot leaders afford as Mr.to lose Acosta.him. serve as governor. On the other May 27, to June 7, because the Monday,_June 1, Class Night Young reporter.At memory of our father and 5279. Mrs. Agnes C. Dell, super-

sity campus no alcoholic beverages If he is not reinstated, the loss hand, many voters, in- husband James Smith, who left visor.
allowed on the cluding High supporters, frequently -
are preraises. to the community will be se- us one year ago May 31, 1963.
voiced the
I opinion that
vere. Thy fate is the common fate FELLOWSHIPThe
also Burns' leadership of Jackson-
Mrs. Levengood implies Racial relations here have of all. In each life some rain Zion Temple A. M E.
drunken at ville into racial violence
I that the youths been progressing admirably to was wtW must fall some days must be Zion Church will worship and

I I the recreation center students.dances On date. But this could be the State totally.'of unacceptable Florida. for -the dark: and dreary. Mrs. Mattie fellowship with the Mt. Pleasant I

were university straw! E. Smith, wife; Mrs. RosettaS. Methodist Church: today at 8
that those dan- Therefore, it that
first
the night appears
PHYLLIS HELLSTROM L Taylor, daughter. pjn. Rev. W.L. Souder, pastor.
much of the
ces had been canceled a High vote was actually -

large number of high school Asks Goldwater an anti-Burns vote.
students showed up at our Obviously from the pattern
dance. Some of the boys had of\'oting. the real issue in the a Ex-Hof Lawyer ConvictedIn

been drinking and were askedto Family StoryEDITOR campaign, in spite of oratoryto

leave. One such high school the contrary, was civil \
boy became so rowdy that the Sun: The Goldwater rights. Voters backing High y.a T enn Jury Fixing ,Case
University Police were called. family story if brought out were expressing a willingnessto .t sh. .
As a result we have instituted into the open like that of the accept the civil rights bill

a check of university LD.'s Kennedy's might make an in- nQw in consideration in the & i NASHVILLE, Tenn." (APed by the defense, are heard

at the doors in order to exclude teresting story and might influence Senate. Here lies the real significance Z. T. (Tommy) Osborn Jr.,.dis- June 19. '

the high school studentsan voters pro or con. of the election. Nashville
barred attorney, has Osborn 44 :could receive abeen
Inconvenience for us and Rumors I have heard to ,The political analysts have "
f Y h convicted of trying to set sentence: of up tq five years imprisonment
been
for the students who attend the effect that Goldwater'sfather aware of the Wallace
our dances. is an immigrant ortho- campaigns as an expression of ip a fixed jury to try his for- and a $5,000 fine.
!
Fortunately, we have had dox Jew. anti-civil rights opinion. It is :ner client Teamsters PresiThe count on'whIch Osborn
no further trouble but the revival Evidently he is the source of important to note that High Volusia County College Fund Campaign I lent James R. Hoffa. was convicted charged him with"knowingly

of the dances at the recreation the Goldwater fortunes, for received a greater percentageof willfully and corruptly
centers would help Barry has been in the Congress Florida vote than Gov. The United Negro College of 50000. a breakfast meeting in Osborn, one of Tennessee'snost endeavoring" to obstruct

prevent any future occurances. of the U.S. throughoutmost Wallace got of the vote in Wisconsin Fund is a national annual appeal I Pictured here from left to Faith Hall, BethuneCookman r highly respected young justice by directing Nashville

t The City Commission has already of his adult life, and his Indiana or Maryland.The to help thirty-two private right seated: Leroy E. North- College, Wright was attorneys t after his representa-fapatrolman Robert D. Vick to
been informed by letter :senatorial earnings could Wallace invasion, ion; of the plaintiffs hi the
revealed historically Negro colleges fully rup, executive vice-president of elected chairman; Hendricks, contact Ralph A. Elliott a prospective -
of this situation. I sincerely :hardly count for his vast for what everyone should accredited by the highest re- the Ormond Beach Federal vice-chairman; W. E. Kend- nous Tennessee reapportion- juror in Hoffa's recent
I
hope that it will see fit to tune. have already known- that gional accrediting agency and Savings and Loan Association ricks assistant vice-president, went case that went to the jury tampering trial, and promise

again sponsor the dances. Did Goldwater's father there are plenty of racial I enrolling more than 25,000 stu Louis M. Kottle, real estate Commercial Bank at Daytona>upreme Court in 1962, was him 110,000 to vote for anacquittaL

DONALD ALBURY I bring money to the U. S.? bigots in the North. The surprising dents. Funds received in the broker, Alan B. Wright, vice- Beach, Florida, Treasurer. convicted: Friday night on the The Haifa trial was
Director on the Florida Union What kind of business did be size of the antiBurnsvote annual compaign are for current president Florida Power and The Volusia County Committee t first: count of a two-count in- later moved to Chattanooga

Board for Student ActiviI I operate in the country of his reveals a much more important operation expenses and the providing Light Company and Dr., Charles approved a quota of $12,000 for iictment. when Osborn's disbarment be-

ties I origin? Did he receive permission : fact-that there are a of scholarships and work- M. Hendricks member of the county. The committee set The jury of 10 'men and two came public.

from the foreign countryto great many men and women aid to promising, needy, worthy Board of Trustees, BetbuneCookmen. the campaign dates beginning found Osborn innocentf

'Dumbstruck9By bring capital here?'Is he the good will in Florida who accept students. College. Standing: Monday, May 25, through July women) a second count. The verdict The count on which Osborn
:sole source of the Goldwater the democratic principal Bethune-Cookman College of Reverend Lee Nichols member'1. was acquitted charged him with
fortune? Has Barry received of the worth and dignity of ev- Daytona Beach is the only col- of Board of Trustees Bethune- Persons desirous of contributing c::ame after two hours and 52 directing: Harry Beard, Lebanon,

Dismissal J Ji JI monies from Arizona mining ery individual a concept whichis lege in the State of Florida Cookman College, Herbert to the Volusia County r minutes of deliberation. Tenn., also now disbarred, to

I companies? 'Did he marry at the heart of the civil participating in the Fund. Dr. Thompson owner, Thompson's quota may forward their contri- Sentencing was postponed by promise $10,000 to D. :M, Haiy
i EDITOR, Sun: I was absolutely :money? rights bill. Richard V. Moore President of Funeral Home and to his wife to vote an
M. S.,Moore, butions to :Mr. W. E. Kendricks, UJS. District Court Judge Marion rise get
dumbstruck to hear that What Is the story of Goldwa- ROBERT. .E. POTTER I the college is assigned the district, manager, Southern Bell Assistant Vice-President Commercial i S. Boyd of Memphis' until acquittal in Hoffa' 1962 conspiracy ,
Mr. Acosta was fired from his :ter renunciation of Judaism : 1828 NW 12th Terr. State of Florida with I It
a quota Telephone and Telegraph Co. Bank at Daytona Beach I motions for a new trial, request-. trial.P' .



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( ;{Charred Freighter Reveals Tragic Story I some aluminum before Plans$750,000 she went ingots is ahead towed in from copper for to the remove wreck-ship and "'.


p SAN DIEGO, Calif. (AP) A fortune in silver and other I ship's safe-to' which a skipper unconscious and then the fire got t;o decide who,gets it: owners ing 100 miles north she left to, bound Long UCB .
f 'After 10 days aflame, the 1 metals-and bodies of four per- might turn for ship's papers if to them. Some may have i nsurers salvagers or the govirnment Beach-the port
last
I I'I'': freighter Sandanger has begun sons and some hint of how they be had to abandon ship.In jumped. t whose firemen extinguished for Le Havre France, May
to tell its tale-a tragic story of died. the cabin of George W. The body of one woman passenger -I the blaze. 16.CARELESS. .
Huntgren, 66, of Stockton, was recovered from the ;-
} afire at sea. All were between the captain'squarters Calif., a body was found between sea near the burning ship by a FOR OUR PERSONAL
Ten persons died or disap- and the galley, where the bed and the door. rescue vessel, shortly after the HURRY
peared May 18 when fire :swept Navy firemen said the blaze From a ring and dental work,i fire engulfed the vesseL In the
through the trim, gray Norwe- may have started. There were Dr. Creason was able to identi-I cabin of another woman, 28- CAN MEAN
I gian freighter off the Mexican seven passengers quartered on, fy the remains as those of year-old Joyce Elaine Wilson, aLa I BRAND OF SERVICE,
coast. Forty-five others aboard the passenger deck.A 40-foot interior Huntgren. I Jolla Calif., dental hygienist ENDLESS WORRYHAVE
were rescued. passageway led to the Another body was found in the Dr. Creason found no remains -
Towed here still burning, the open deck. No one got to it. doorway of a passenger cabin. but a porthole was YOUR CAR INSPECTED AT A We Wont You To
Sandanger was purposely run In the quarters' of Captain I A fourth was in the passagewayitself. open. "SAFETY CIRCLE" STATIONSCRUGGSMERRILL
[E agrountt "on 'a sloping beach. John Kellmer,above the passen, Crews working by searchlight
f Navy firemen put out the fire. ger deck,San Diego County Coroner ., "No one reached the deck early Friday secretly removedthe 'IN II !: Know Our Employees!
As the ashes smouldered, crews Robert Creason found I from this area," said Dr. Crea $26,000 in silver ingots
i would the heat and taking it ashore to an undisclosed 617 W. UNIV. AVE. 372.0602i
"I
i worked their way aboard the charred skeletal remains of 2 l son. say
blackened'ship-and. found: .man. It wasn't far from the! smoke probably rendered them vault pending litigation

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Students in Latin American Children's I Wednesday. The program Those children .who complete

i : will continue through August 15. 15 books before August 15 will j .:
;
I \ ReadingPlan The Story Book Parade is receive a Reading AchIevement 9'ii1E
the theme for the program this Certificate. These certificates -
j Program Win Study Grants year. Each child who registerswill will be awarded to them
} I ReadyThe receive a book card a through ,their schools after they
picture of a book paradeand return in the fall
- Children's Read-
II| I .Dr. John V. D. Saunders,! ence, received a $4,450 grant to ders, political science; CharlesJ. Summer for each book he reads a color- Last summer 1,515 children
V \\ Director of the Latin Americani study the Peasant League Fleener, history; David T. ing Program opens this week at ful booksticker to paste on the'were enrolled in the program.
1 Language and Area Program Geithman, economics; JamesE. the Gainesville Public Libraryand
| Movement in northeastern BraziL I
in all branches of the San-
i I at the University of Florida, King, history; Henry W. ek
Samuel Snedaker, botany, ta Fe Regional Library. All WHAT fiNER
( I announced last week that 23 lUrsch, history; Peter Kurz, I
\ graduate students associated received an award of $2,911 for political science; Barest F, children living in Alachua I

1 \ with the program have been I ecological research in Guate- Landstreet, Jr., sociology; J. Bradford, and Union Countiesare i i GRADUATION GIFT
to
eligible participate.
awarded grants totaling more mala and Howard Wiarda, political 'D. McDaniel, Spanish; John '
I | than $34,000 for the coming science, received a $4- C. Mayer, sociology; Jules J.' Registration at the Gaines- THAN A WOLLENSAK ;
\ year. Pugach, history; Wayne A. I
| 019 award to study recent political I
I 1 The University of Florida in the Dominican Selcher, Spanish; Martha I. :
i developments Cartoonist DiesSAN
was one of the two top institutions Republic.The iSymes, anthropology; and TAPE RECORDER
I in the reception of these :Janna L. Tull, Spanish.
:I J grants. One faculty member ali other 20 students will.be I II FRANCISCO (AP- From $9900COUCH'S
j i I Professor Edmund E. Hegen; Lyle Brown, nationally syndi-I : anufacturers
so received a Fulbright award spending all or most of the Department Geography, received -
I I through the Program for more coming year in advanced studyon one of the few N.D.E.A.related .- cated sports cartoonist, died. 608 N. :
of
: \ | than $12,000. the campus. Four of these Fulbright-Hays facuIty'awards Friday an apparent heart I
'I \ Thirteen of the 23 students students will spend a part of granted in the United attack while playing golf on.the: MAINST.DIRECT I
San I
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involved in
4 States. He will be
I Latin America. Malcom Gil- course. He was 54. ,
I other universities. All students geographical research in the FACTORY DEALERGAINESVILLE'S
lis economics, will be Brown was the originator of
doing
r \ receive a basic stipend of $225I western portion of the Amazon I
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research
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He, and several
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I : tuition and fees. The exact faculty members and graduate news-j
in the United
to local papers
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(Students' grants average $3,000 Colombia; and Clifford Landers the ,Amazon and flow through
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I higher to cover the Fellows'.transportation of the Andes
the following: Orazio A. Cic-I'the eastern slopes
I costs. carelli, history; J. C. Dickinson, Mountains, and has been a ::a "A" Quick[ Frozen
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: Please help us to serve you better by always having your delivery receipt with 1 1 1 toMATO JinCl

: you. DON'T FORGET We PRE-SPOT MOTHPROOF ewry garment that MAX. HOUSE INST.COFFEE ASTOR INSTANT i POST TENS i s THRIFTY MAID 1 CRACKIN' GOODSALTINES

: we dry clean. 1
.. I COFFEE CEREAL j Tomato Juice 1 1i

.. Save 36c Jar i Save lOtf 6-oz. Jo. SoveJ4g. 10ct. Pkg. i Save 10 46-oz. Con i Save 80 1-Lb. Box


..: hOUR Odorless dry cleaning 9 1 1 69 29'Oep 1 1 1 19 1e 1 15Gnat

: */naP7inKll&I FRESH AS A FLOWER 1, a 1 1
\\IIIHWl"l )$* -IN JUST ONE HOUR NERS 1 1 1 1
*** 1 w/$2.5Ood.or sIOre : tfwQ. fcty and Nee' : Lf*2 /$ loriKii Serve Q ted for Breakfast : Gnat wd Soup or Satod
4* 19RY CEANaiClEA
the Arosf b
: PLANT NO. 2 _. _
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1 PLANT NO. 1 hour Center 3-hour dry shirt with cleaning.Laundering Drive-in and Service one PUNT NO. 3 I L .

3 hour shirt Laundering and ant I
:, offering a convenient curb Mrvict. -
: Dry Clani9I and Shirt 130 N.W. 10th AVE.hour dry cleaniag. I :

.. Service. The Smart Place 1 I (10... For flood Things To Eat

.: 319 N.W. 13th ST. 316 N. Main Street

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I si-J.: 'o Head Ur Hospital Seek to LinkShooting !1t t I 1


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\\.l.| : :Operations Research;J 1J 1 .. c' a Tampa StrikeTAMPA


''P (AP- Sis rifle bullets -

I I appointment of Dr. Ron search since 1960. He has made | 'a, tore through a Tampaman's
s1d Gue chief house and garage early
f as of operations studies of hospital organization 1f
{ research at the s v Saturday. Police said the fusi]
University of the feasibility of the floor j
age-by someone who fled
} Florida un
Hospital was announced manager system, hospital in-
identified-might I
: today by L. R. Jordan be connected
( ventory 'systems and automated !j with a strike.
,'director the University Hos- mautomated medical records'j j "i
.J pital.jSv- The .30-30 slugs penetrated .- .
: and communications systems i
walls of John Imparata's residence -
*- for hospitals. i
Gue, whose-.appointment: while Imparata was doz-
He received his bachelor'sdegree
I 'Is effective June 1 will also j sofa and
in business in 1960 and ing on a his wife was
\ JserY: < as.. assistant professor of reading in bed. Neither was in-
i his ,doctorate in J
operations .
research -]
I i jindusjrial engineering in the from Johns Hopkins jured. a 1t . .

) Colle. e of Engineering. University this spring. DR. CUE I Imparata runs one of several '

:-- 'As-'chief of operations re shipping companies which have I .

'search-at the Hospital, Dr. Gue handled freight for Florida Steel Playtex Living Bras .

I .will supervise the basic and 139 Due Corp., struck four months ago .R

applied; research at the newly DiplomasAt in a wage dispute but still op, i. fti and

created Center for Health and erating. F

-}-Hospital Administration here. Since the strike some 60 acts

i t L-Dr.USue, comes to the Uni of violence possibly connectedwith Playtex Living Girdles

I tvefslty" of: :Florida from Johns Mebane HighALACHUA it have been reported, including .

t ti Hopkins University, Baltimore, bombings of several made without rubber. .

Md., where he was an instructor nonstrikers' automobiles.

I in engineering and Johns A. L. Mebane's Baccalaureate services for Police recently found indica- L s4R t

Hopkins Hospital where he had smallest graduation class in the Mebane Senior Class will tions of bullets fired at Impar-

) been engaged in operations reIN the school's history 39 be at 10 a. m. today in the ata's home about two weeks ;

I THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE seniors will receive diplomas school auditorium. Deliveringthe ago. Imparata said he thoughtat I ;t_ bra $295

I AND EIGHTH FOR JUDICIAL ALACHUA CIRCUIT.COUNTY IN,' FLORIDA. Thursday evening at, 8. address will be Rev.. L. A. the time a passing auto was a. only reg.3.95

I LAW. I IJ p. m. in the school auditorium. 'Tillman, pastor of the New backfiring.A ;-
NO.ALACHUA
J COUNTY a Political SubtivUion Marie Jones will deliver the :Hope Baptist Church. small bomb damaged a White. 32A to 42C ("D" sizes $l. more)

I of Petitioner the State of Florida salutatorian address and Bar- Monday will be Achievement :street marker Friday night two X::r'- Other beautiful styles to choose from. :

.. Petitioner, bara Ann Sheppard will speakas j Day with Principal Clayton 0. :blocks from where a Florida ,.

I I Eddy Bradley et a I., valedictorian. Also speak- 'Whitfield giving out the annual ,Steel vice president, W. Benton! I i- -; long line bra (% length) only 4.95 5 .

I\ I NOTICE OF Defendants.EMINENT DOMAIN PRO- i ing will be Lottie Mae Taylor ][ awards for scholarship, :Lewis, lives in a house that was I -- Jit; \\ 3 .

:EEDING f giving the Appreciation to Parents ,athletics and chorus at 2 p. m. I bombed May 17. E reg. $5.95 Y 'r

It I IN NOTICE OF RULE NISI and Jo Ellen Scott, who Senior class sponsors are I r .- -::: f-: White 32A to 44C ("D" sizes SI. r 4 .>
THE more)
NAME
i, ITY OF ALACHUA AND COUNTY BY THE FLORIDA AUTHOR: 1 will make the presentation of ;Mrs. Rosa F. Gill and A. A.

TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. appreciation folders. ]Banks.Kennedy f I'5
L i tnd to all persons and parties clalmlna SEWERSINSTA1.LED : : .9 5 reg. $6.95 .
h; I ar raving any right title Interest. estate: ';if
nortgage or other lien to or on those { Z lfi\
i certain parcels of land hereinafter de- White 32A to 44D

I .* ether scribed,with and all the unknown following persons persons claim-, to- fs:. ';' { f ;. : = All Bras with Stretch-ever* elasticand
f ing by. through or under known persons Stamp
,.1 who are dead or who are not known to bias-cut side panels.
of dead or alive:
I : SECTION J4J07.J401 N.W. 23 AVENUE I1 FREE ESTIMATES

i .Eddy ALACHUA Bradley' COUNTY NAMES & ADDRESSES Is 'Best Seller'NEW AVAILABLE rni girdle only 5.95 re g. $7.95XL


t Alex Address ACRD Brown Unknown No. 31 COMPLETE PLUMBING I i : E ( size $l. more) sI

\ Tampa Kay Street, FloridaACRD I YORK (AP-The JohnF. In Boston, the city the late SERVICE f I; i iJl s panty girdle 6.95

No. 38 Kennedy memorial stamp, is- president called-home, Postmaster t _;3 Jit! f only \ ,,.

I Kay Essie Street Mae Brown sued on the late president's 47th General Walter A. Gronouski GATORPLUMBING I: : : "" '-4'f: : reg. $8.95 .

Tampa ACRD Florida -,.. birthday anniversary, sold in presented memorial albums of LTh .
i Rpfus Brown No.Single 38 the millions across the nation.It the stamp to the Kennedy's SrI
f
,'I Miami.ACRD Florida No. 38 appeared that the 5-cent .mother and his close friend FI: e long leg panty

., U5 Sam William Brown Street stamp would set a new first-day Richard Cardinal Cushing. 50! WALDO RD.fhpne .
Buffalo I. New York sales record. 'M..
ACRD No. 38 Millions of the stamps were 372-4657 ; / b
\ Ora Mae Brown I $795 v
covers
das! William Street sold in the Boston area.
t tjl Buffalo 8, New York only 4 9.95
11 ACRD No. 38 few hours after the tiny post of- lif reg. Y
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SECTION 2507-111 N.W. M Ji-/
AVENUE
ALACHUA COUNTY DESCRIPTIONS ice opened at Hyannis Port
EVERY GRADUATEwants
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ACRD No. 37 RIGHT OF WAY Mass., where the Kennedy family -,
That part of:
I The East Half EV4)) of the Northeast i has picked up its summer a ZENITH "ALL AMERICAN" I ss.;' /J/LiII time only J 4
Quarter (NE14) of Section 32. 19S. R19E mail for /
less 10 acres(SE'A)described of as Southeast years. TRANSISTOR. RADIO USE YOUR CENTRAL OR REGULAR
'1 9"a.rter(5E4)) of Northeast Quarter Southeast(NE'i Quarter Sales in New York City CHARGE

tying within Fifty (So) ft. of either i side limbed into the millions with
of the following described 1695 to $27500COUCH'S
road center-
line: Manhattan post offices alone reporting SPECIALTY SHOP

Begin! ** the Northeast corner ef Section I the purchase of 3,136,700 608 N.
I; 31.: 195. RISE thence run South 8? deg. (:)f the issue, which bears the 3tzi'vc44c
35 28" East 323441 ft. to the P.C. ofa MAIN ST.GANESVILLE'S 311 N.W. 13th St.
curve to the right having a delta angle J president's image and a drawing -
of 3 deg. 37 "0" a 0 deg. 30' S ;
curve a of the
tangent of 362.f 1 ft'i a radius of 11 459.U eternal light that LARGEST DISPLAYOF
Y ft.total: thence art distance along curve through a burns on his grave in Arlington ZENITH RADIOS 'Ph. FR 2.1581
ti said curve, eofs 725 hftiIO deg.the 57'8"P.T. of National Cemetery. I
East. 544.51 ft. to the P.C. of V,7 .,. .n :: I
4 'he If1t. having a delta angle-of-7'deg. I -


I F s S along 363 U length* ft.5t.,said and of a 725 II.1 curve radius deg ft. to through curve.of the 5129.58 a P.T.a tangent ft.1 total of thence said arc of i i\ _' June 1 through June 6th-For The Home, The Bride, The Grad! ] I IRfiQ I

curve; thence North 84.deg. 1P __ .
12" East
111 ii --m fi i f rmr* Z HKf Jf Tr ,jflR $ ?VlHl lRr'V*
417.32 ft. to the P.C of a 3 deg. 2 '%.S" I
curve to the right a 0 drg. 30 curve,
a tangent of 341.77 ft. and a radius of'' r
,"".16 ft., thence along said curve h
through a total are length of 683.33 ft. I -
to the P.T. of said curve thence South %
$9 deg. 4T 48" East 14? It fttt
1415.34 thence -
South 8 9 dsg. r 28" East 2 J:5;: ft. to I! t' TRANSISTnR t '
I
the NE corner of Section 33. T9S R19E, xttRAEtA
I and end of said road centerline; I ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY ,1
t Containing 2.329 acres less existing right y .
of way. I
OWNED.a'Vi: Chmte Harris; Eugene ,
wife Georgtana Bullard
i Verly Mae Wouley & husband. Tom
i Wouieyr Eddy Bradley; George W. : :.r y.
Jonas & wife. Almetta B. Jones.
IUBJECT-TO: interest of any unknown
titlr>ctevlstr and-or ether claimant I
under'Eliza Johnson. Deceased.ACRD .
No.38 RIGHT OF WAY
That part of: I
The East Half (Ella ef Northwest I
Cuarter<< ,(NW" of Northeast Quarter '
I'
tN Vl of Section 32. T7S. RIPE T i 00a!
tying within Fifty (SO) feet of either side
o'/'Ie/ following described road center.ji
line
I
Begin af the Northeast corner of Section
3i.-T S, RIVE thence run South 89 deg. I
35' 28" East 3234.41 ft. on the P.C of a
curve to the right having a delta angleof I I. FOR YOUR FAVORITEBOY
-3 deg. 37 40", a 0 deg. 3.0 curve a
tangent of 362.91 ft., a radius oflM59.14
ft.r thence along said curve through a i ii1
total arc distance of 125 ft. to the P.T. i iefsald GRADUATEPENNEY'S
curve; thence South 85 deg. 57 ,
...rrE 1St 544.51 ft. to the P.C of a curve
toThe left having a delta angle of 7 deg. '
14* 50". a ) deg. curve. a tangent of 363 j
ft......and a radius of 572958 ft.; thence 6 TRANSISTOR
along said curve through a total arc i
length of 725 ft. to the P.T. of said PORTABLE WITH BATTERY
curve thence North 84 deg. 47 12" East
417.32 ft. to the P.C of a 3 deg. 25
4UL32 ft. t. the P.C-of a 3 deg. 25 25"
curve to the. right. a 0 deg. 30' curves 88
tangent of UH ft. and a radius of 7 .
1K459.14 ft.*- thence along said curve Spec.ian .
through a total we length of 683.33 ft. to '
the P.T. of said curve; thence South
-deg. 47" 48- East 141534 ft.; thence Terrific buy! A full 6 transistor radio, with 9-volt
South 89 deg. 2* 28" East 2622.39 ft.
the NE corner of Section 3.. TVS. R19E.to battery included for o low, low price! Pocket-size,

Containing and end of said 0.680 road acres centerline less existing right I yet it gives big tone quality, extra-clear reception!
7
of OWNED way. _flY: Mose Johnson; Annie 1 "Picture window" tuning indicator! 2" speaker.
Brown Larkins & husband. Willie See it at
Larkins; Refus Brown; Sam Brown Penney's, take it home today!
J. wife. Ora Ma* Brown Alex Brown
& wife. Essie Mae Brown
SUBJECT TO: Interest of any unknown U tViy
heir, devisee and-or other claimantunder Z ry
LIzzi I Brown. Deceased. I rt r
TAKE NOTICE that a Declaration ef
I .
Taking' has been filed In the above-styled' -. ra. Rf7
cause by the Petitioner, the acquiring ,
authority of these proceedings of the i
taking of the above-described lands for
the purpose set forth In the Petition in 1 :,
this' cause vfx.r As right of way for a a l '
portion of County Read No. NW 23 Ave. ,
In Alachua County Florida, and that the
Honorable Ge. L. Patten, one ef the 4 r 4S
Judges of the Circuit Court in the Eighth
judicial Circuit of Florida will, on the
19th day of May A.D. 1964 at 11:45 A.M.. '
In the Alachua County Courthouse
at
.Gainesville, Florida, consider said Declaration .
of- Taking, appoint appraisers.
end make such Oroer as the Court deems towels
proper. All parties to the suit and allterested tone solids
hheeardsa tile
the time and lilacs designated i ,
You and cacti of you. are hereby
commanded to appear by filing an
Answer to the Petition heretofore filed'
In this cause In the entitled Court, on
or before June 22. 1944 to show what -- .. . .
right trtle. Interest er lien you. or any S : FOR YOUR
of you may have In and to the above- stripes.
described lands and show cause why -
the same should not be taken for the
uses and purposes set forth In the FAVORITE
petition filed herein. -
WITNESS my Hand and the Seal of .
this Court on this 8th day of May. A.D. 4- "" +.l" ";>' 'W<"" .:<<- '< 'J SHOP GIRL GRADUATE

1964..J. B. CARMICHAEUCLERIC OF THE CIRCUIT COURT, I 98 c now ;

IN FLORIDA.AND ROR ALACHUA COUNTY, reg. 7 iiv PENNEY'S PENNCREST PORTABLE HAIR :

BY: Emily Waterhouse

-* WAYNE(Court seal Deputy CARLISEL Clerk I ,4q C MONDAYUNTIL DRYER WITH STORAGE CASE =

COUNTY ATTORNEY I NOW BIGGER HEAVIER
PLUS PUCKER-FREE
P. O. BOX 44GAINESVILLE BORDERS! .
FLORIDA .- 9 P.M.

OF(3340)COUNSEL': 17. 2.FOR.. 31 THE PETITIONER. Size for size weight for weight style for style this is a buy you'll find hard JIPI A Special! 1188

j to match! Penney's own Tile Tone ;towels, big. thick densely-looped with fr .
I USE YOUR
ADVERTISEMENTThe handsome dobby border, guaranteed not to pucker or Penney's will replace 24"x46" bath size Perfect graduating gift! Rotary switch has 4 heat :
Fashion colors from pale! to deep in solids or-stripes! Famous buys at regular
for her shoulder _
prices,at this low they're incredible! PENNEY settings comfort adjustable strop
average income of'Amer-, hand towels reg. 59c Now 47c leaves her hands free, vinyl drying hood accommo- :

'lean -families rose to $7440 in' Solids and stripes: white, baby pink, pastel 1 yellow, orange fluff viking blue washcloths reg. 29c Now 23c dates her largest curlers! Easy-carry molded plastic :

.1962 it was from$4,130.$6,920 in 1961. In 1947: emerald green, chestnut brown majestic purple, azalea, moss green. CHARGE CARD'pale case. Buy it today at Penney! ":



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Money-Saving Days To You! .

Look Out For Falling Prices!: :
ANNUAL

(I' BETTER SUMMER
__ _0 I
( r.1cnls Shep- HANDBAGSSPECIALLY ,

I Street FaorOUR Little Girl's
t SPECIAL ='
& Girl'sSWIMSUITS REDUCED FORDYNAM.ITEM'DAY
tf EXCLUSIVE PURCHASE!
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I FAMOUS REG.4.99-7.99
BOYS'SPORT (Famous makers disc. v
MAKE Ti i1 styles) Solids & Prints. r. SALE 3.99Leather
I LIGHTWEIGHTDacron x j "-6x. Orig. 3.98-6.98 4 tt
. t Patent, Vinyl ,,.

i Blend SHIRTS I SALE 2.99714.Orig. & FABRICS IN ALL WANTED SHAPES Cr SIZES!
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4.987.98SALE -
' SUMMERSUITS 3.99 Handbags Sop street Floor

'If JAC-SHIRTS, BATIK BUTTON-DOWNS,
e ej SLIP-OVERS
&STRIPEDTERRYCLOTH
fL2: PLAIN OR
SIZES 8 TO 20DYNAMITEM MESH, TAN
I DAYS :OR BEIGE
j MEN'S REGULAR FAMOUS MAKE SEAMLESSNYLONS
SPECIAL 2.59 OR2for5.O0 LITTLE GIRLS' & GIRL'S
f SHORT OR LONG ,4ErSIZES 'w.'j'S.
'I 36-42 2: PC. SHORTS SETS .
I 3 pairs'3'.00r.w : .
t SOLID COLORS 11 SELECT FROM MANY COLOR COMBINATIONS &
; FABRICS. SCOOP NECK SLEEVELESS OR REGULAR
I Cr NOVELTY j jJ ....... ............ -.:' '. BOYS' SLEEVELESS BLOUSES. SHORT SHORTS OR
r. Vo' ..'.: '1
:.1 COTTON JAMAICAS I
I WEAVES o ......
\ f '. .- ] 3-6X, REG. 3.99-4.99, SALE. . 2.99
PLUS!
WALK .
t G 3 BUTTON STYLES. PLAIN OR : < / .
7-14, REG. 4.99-5.99, SALE . 3.99
I PLEATED FRONT TROUSERS, f '. 1 i SHORTS GABARDINE., DENIM AVRIL (RAYON). $x A FREE PLUSH :

i REG. 42.50, DYNAM-ITEM t i 1 F SIZES I 8-18 JAMAICAS. ? RABBIT FOR fi\

t.M:' OUR OWN "NANCY NOBLE"EIDERLON THE KIDS- \
t? < 1'
SALE 32.90 REG. 2.993.99SALE
r. l (OR YOU!)
ALTERATIONS FREE ti. _____........---.._._..._-...i 1.99Boys' PANTIES
r f NORMAL SUIT HOLLYWOOD BRIEF STYLE. WHITE ONLY. Floor'
t Street Floor GIRLS SIZES 4-14 Hosiery ShopStreet,
SLOp
I FAMOUS MAKE MEN'S SPECIAL 3/1.,00,
I
SHORT SLEEVED TODDLER Little Girls & Girls ShopStreet Floor 2000 YARDS

e= SPORT AND

SHIRTSCOTTON I LITTLE BOYS SPECIALLYPURCHASED
'
t 2 PC. SHORTS
OR BLEND
i SETSTODDLER'S
k' I E REGULAR OR IVY

4 i ; : STYLES. S-M-L-XL DENIM & FABRICSINCLUDING

7b REG. 5.00.600DynamItem SEERSUCKER SET with
1:11: extra pair of pants,
3 Styles, Sizes 2-4.
SPECIAL . 1.99 SET FITTED OR ,
i s i Sale 2.99-3.99 LITTLE BOYS' DENIM SHIRT'N SHORTS UNFITTED LADIES'TRAVEL 100% PURECOTTONS / '
s i SETS, 2 Styles including popular Jac-Shirts. .
\S 9 FAMOUS 3 -6X. KITS .

. . .
t SPECIAL : 1.99 SET LN REG. 3.99-4.99 & DRIP-DRY sQ fl

MAKE TODDLER & LITTLE BOYS' .!=.. BLENDS s\ = +
MEN'S SUMMER PAJAMAS "'-G SALE
1i ORIG. !!
LONGIES OR SHORTIES. WASH .' 1.99& r
Cotton Walk ShortsSOLID AND WEAR FABRICS. r 59* TO.

LIGHT OR DARK REG. 2.00-2.25 SALE 1.59 <; 2.99 1.39 Yd. p :'

COLORS. SIZES 30-42 Street Floor i "
Little Boys' Shop NYLON ONEWEEK '

ORIG. 5.006.00DYNAMITEM UMBRELLASWith _

DAYS INFANT'S. Cases. Longs.
HAND MADE Shorts, Slims Solids &
Fancies.

:'. SALE 3.99, DIAPER SHIRT \ ORIG. 7.98
Sale 4.99Cosmetics
SETS
,

. SLEEVELESS SHIRT I C YyV Accessories Shops:::: ONLY

:: .- :... : : .....",v1 & PANTIE SETS IN 4c3[ w r
WHITE & PASTELS i VI

", ., DAINTY EMBROIDERY & APPLIQUES. BOY OR 2 1 ICU
% .AcKs GIRL STYLES UP TO 12.. MONTHS.REG. JUNIOR'S

2.29
r r MISSES' &
rM
(
LIGHTWEIGHT SALE 1.59, 2 for 3.00SAVE WOMEN'S lJ4

iL 3.00 BUDGET AN INCH .':.

i WASH 'N NATURAL HARDWOOD DRESSES A WONDERFUL SELECTION :.
.; \ OF FABRICS FOR DRESSES, :
I! WEARDacron PLAYPENS '
SPORTSWEAR EVEN DUST RUFF- .
l COLLAPSIBLE. ALL AROUND TEETHING MIL I REG.5.99-6.99 LES CURTAINS FOR THE HOME :
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i REG. 14.99 SALE 11.99 DYNAMITEMSALE \ Piece Goods -2nd Floor'

J Cotton 4.99FAMOUS

FAMOUS MAKE TUFTED EARRINGS NECKLACES. PINS
SlacksPLAIN
1 S
PLAY-PEN PADS

OR PLEATED WATERPROOF COVERINGS FAMOUS

FRONTS. LIGHT & DARK ORIG. 4.00 SALE 2.59 MAKE
; it- MAKE
<<
TONES.SIZES 3042ORIGINALLY "
N' .COTTONri1 COSTUME
5- ,
9.99 Infant's & Toddlers
'
JEWELRY :
I
SUMMER PJ's \ ii DACRON '

SPECIALLYPURCHASED ORIG. 2.00 i
BIRDSEYE. MESH KNIT IN j & BLEND
SOLIDS & PRINTS. 1 OR 2 PC SALE
FOR THIS
STYLES. ((1 PC-9-12 MONTHS) \\14 : UNIFORMS
((2 PCS.-1-4 YEARS) BOY OR GIRL STYLE 2/1.18
SALE 7.,99., SOLID COLORS OR PRINTS.SPECIAL (I S REG. 8.98-12.98 1'' S

NORMAL ALTERATIONS FREE 1.59, 2/3.00 SALE 5.99 /tJ

Men's Shop-Strut Floor : .'.: ""' Floor' Uniforms-2""Floor .; ......_ .Jewelry Shop Stieel Floor
... ..._ ".., ..1.nJants.Sh Budget

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JUNIOR MISSES' & WOMEN'S "TRULON"b1ti

( SUMMER DRESSES* "
SHEER
1 1I REG. 8.98-10.98 ..,
I. !s'tDYMANITEM PANELS
' DAYS \\
*
I If SALE 7.99JUNIOR: ,-. I REG. 1.49 ea.

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1 j MISSES' & ._ Z
I : r
99
WOMEN'S BETTER

, SUMMER DRESSES* c.. A PANEL!
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I tce: REG. 12.9817.98DYNAMITEM s ] I

THESE SELFFIGURED -
1 (
I DAYS '.:.| RAYON PANELS ARE
( : x aI '
! STRAWSREG. SALE 9.99 t EASY TO HAND WASH AND DRIP-DRY

AM EXCELLENT CASEMENT
7.99-10.99 'FABRICS INCLUDE: .!.:.' 1y
I hI CURTAIN AT TINY PRICE. LIGHT,

I SALE 4.88 Dress Shop2nd Floor' AIRY, EASY-TO-CARE-FOR THEY ARE

N Calculated to keep you looking IDEAL FOR THE HOME OR FOR
mint-fresh .These cool straws are
I .. just the kind of icing your warm SUMMER CAMPS.STOCK-UP AT
:'.weather fashions shouldn't be without. LADIESSHORTS
I THIS LOW, LOW PRICE!
I. Gentled with touches of airy lace.
embroidery and ribbon.They're herein CAPRIS,
,\ th .mony shapes and shades of summer'64.
II4A'371' PEDAL PUSHERS
: Floor
Millinery Shop2nd
: & JAMAICAS

,
\ Solid Colors and
j uweAN
jI
I Patterns.
Fancy
1
FAMOUS MAKE

1I I LADIES a ORIG. 5.98-8.98 t

: SALE 2.99
,
I ONE OR TWO

I I. PIECE COTTON, & 3.99 STUDIO COUCHOR
LASTEX OR CLOIJust

COTTON KNIT DAVENO
LADIESSHORT

I r r '; M SWIMSUITS SLEEVED, SLIP COVERS

: SLEEVELESS or REGULARLY 6.99DYNAMITEM
V4 LENGTH COTTON S

; ORIG. 12.99- DAYS
i. TEE SHIRTS In Time .. .
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24.99SALE SALE 4.99FLORAL
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& COLLAR STYLES.
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leader voiced approval Satur- .s os. toll lOt
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.ww.group had such a program, in- Brown
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yam' eluding "guerrilla warfare, sabotage '
:-" and a few things more l 6 N0. Y $1 4'
: that will surprise Castro at the 0 Beans. .. . Cans ViennuSausage 5 cans .
opportune moment." 0drto
: Hit-and-run raids and big in-
vasions are outdated in the anti-
: Castro fight, Fleites said instatement a PRICES: EFFECTIVE 9 cfffirspecials .
on leaving for New NOON '
THROUGH ,
: York on a mission for his or- ,1. Pillsbury's
: ganization. 'Now it is interior WEDNESDAY, Caran1el Nut Roll 11 I kgo:. 39 I
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fighting," he added. JUNE, 1964 R P
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forming a government in exile. 9V2-0 49
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subcommittee on Refugees and Jr (plus 50 extra fret &>l Green Stamps with coupon).
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A. Hart, D-Mich., called such a s frozen foods
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government ineffective.
: "A government in arms in Cuban r t> Patio Combination MfMexican \.
territory would be more in Dinner 'ptr "
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: order," Fleites said. "There are '
thousands of Cubans in Miami,
: but can they speak for the mil Clark's Burgers 3cE.. $125
: lions suffering,inside Cuba?"
: Fleites reported the Teachers Saia Lee Bur I

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as a group 4" 4 own produce lime
: with well organized under r (plus SO MrB free .j.<< Green Stomps with coupon) .
ground cells, has joined the Alliance w'A
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early Saturday to form a cen- SHIPPED GOVT. INSPECTED HEAVY WESTERN BEEF SALE
tral body to coordinate anti-
-Castro activity.The FRESH NOT FROZEN : : .

council, called the Cuban EXTRA' Ch uck Steaks
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after the selection of a pres- r-=
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was called by Brazilian Con ,S. S (Expires Wed. June 3. 1964)
gressman Everardo Magalhaeswho : moioioiQomoMMGreen i -
has been conferring with Short Ribs .
exile leaders for a week. LEG QTRS !
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Jles, "Nobody would know to ,
which of you to send arms." jg J" Stamps .
.Magalhaes said he will tour Lat- ailh Iit teu0en eed purehas eF Ib 3 9c
in America to drum up interest LUCKY WHIP DESSERT TOPPING \ C
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central body to be established (Expire Wed June 3. 1964) MAXWELL HOUSE
by exiles within a month. A five :...1.1 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQ B: 6-oz.
man board was approved in a
INSTANT COFFIE
world wide exile referendum . .
which. ended May 20. 50 EFwtmso
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Rep. Fred Karl,.defeated in his '
bid for the Democratic guber- Jf)[
I wi"Iris CiOIIpoII-stamp'l
4 natonal nomination, says "I'll VASELINE
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soon be ready to o again.
*% The Volusia giant size 79c plus ALL FLAVORS *
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:; "thank 'ou" meeting Friday ROYAL GELATIN..p
.. that "for the moment, words
will have to do." He predicted, 50 EXTRA O S'O
t'We will set the grassroots afire FREE LIMIT 4 PER CUSTOMER WITH PURCHASES OF $3.00 OR MORE

'very soon." ?<=> J" Green Stamps
** "Some day I will be in a position ..&4U ceope*.J*.,di.M el
to provide the kind of government DASH DOG FOOD .
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Ir THE HARRIS J ) Nixon Vote Is Helping Barry Bryant I HOLLYWOOD Cites(AP) Gov.State Changes Needs have taken place it I I

Farris Bryant says that Florida Florida which have been a
URVEY is moving fast to keep up with rapid and recent that we hay
the times but is not moving fast not yet adjusted to them. At ou

I t enough. present rate of adpustment the.
I By LOUIS HARRIS -The undecided vote has now shrunk to 8 per cent of the NIXON VOTE "During the last three years will be changed again befon
LOS ANGELES Gov. Nelson Rockefeller still holds a 55- voters. The burden is on Senator Goldwater in the final days, GoldwaterRockefeller 40 23 Florida has built more miles of we are accommodated t
45 per cent lead over Sen. Barry Goldwater in California's for he must switch some Rockefeller voters and must also ', 43 --ti:43r fourlane'highways than at any them" he said.
showdown Republican Presidential primary.. The main shift win a heavy majority of the undecided voters. Not sureLODGE -. 17 ;. 43 time in its history yet the need The Council adopted a plat
In the vote has taken place in gains for Goldwater among -On domestic issues, Rockefeller is preferred by only a VOTE increases" he told the Florida designed to attract more Indus

people, whose real choice for the nomination is former Vice 53-47 per cent margin. However, on foreign policy issues, GoldwaterRockefeller 23.. 28 Council of 100 Friday night. try to Florida. It calls for a se
President Richard Nixon. the New York governor is the choice by a much wider 60-40 63 61 "Ten years ago we had five ries of meetings at the NCM
These, results emerge from a survey completed with exactly per cent. Not sure 14 11 junior colleges. Now we have 23 York World's Fair between Flop
t a week to go. Therefore, they do not reflect the impact of The latest standings as of last Tuesday: -the fastest construction rate in ida business leaders and representatives
.a Gen. Dwight Eisenhower's statement early last week which GOLDWATER ROCKEFELLER Clearly the Lodge vote has broken over to Rockefeller andis the country but the need is of companies thai
was widely taken as not helping the Arizona senator. May 26 May 29 sticking there. But the Nixon vote has yet to swing decisively not yet met," he said. might want to locate in Florida;
to either man on the ballot. But this is
Other key developments as this contest moves to its climax Per Cent Per Cent where precisely
Goldwater has been gaining.
next Tuesday: Rockefeller 51 47 WITH NERVE DEAFNESS
If the Eisenhower statement slowed down the shift of Nixon ANYONE
-Basically, the real choice of California Republicans re- Goldwater 41 36
mains divided between four candidates: Goldwater, Rockefeller Not sure 8 17 voters to Goldwater, then Rockefeller would be the favoriteto SHOULD TEST-TRY A HEARING AIDLOOK'
I Lodge and Nixon. In fact, over 50 per cent of these The undecided vote breaking slightly in Goldwater's win this crucial battle. But if Goldwater can.i invoke appealsto
voters do not prefer either Goldwater or Rockefeller for the favor but not enough 'to overtake Rockefeller with seven the Nixon voters in the final days, he can narrow the M
GOP nomination, thus paralleling a phenomenon first observed hard campaigning days remaining at the time of the poll. gap more and has an outside chance to win. I
back in New Hampshire and one that has persisted throughthe The first-choice preferences of California Republicans are The Goldwater voters are more intensely for their man I
entire spring primary period. hopelessly split four ways and show these changes: than Rockefeller supporters. Much of the Rockefeller vote
-Both Rockefeller and Goldwater continue to be plagued FIRST-CHOICE PREFERENCEMay remains tactical: for a moderate nominee and against Gold-
by major handicaps making them unacceptable to large 26 May 19 water. The Goldwater vote is much more likely to turn 'out

I numbers of people who will vote on Tuesday. Rockefeller< Per Cent Per Cent on election day. .
still has 36 per cent who are critical of his divorce and remarriage Goldwater 24 21. A further Harris Survey report from California will appear
Monday, the day before the voting..
while 40 cent concerned
per are over possible Nixon 23 21 I
extreme right-wing ,influences over Senator Goldwater were Rockefeller 22 26
he elected president.The Lodge 22 24 -

outcome of this primary election will clearly be the Scranv 4 2 /.tI'i, ", ''Ii \ : p ''tiE ft'"f6 cof
f 1 northern part of California for Rockefeller pitted against the Smith 1 2 SITy \.. t. l. '!II .,.." !)N\.J 1 "t: BA'r T f 'iI t ::,
South for Goldwater, with Los Angeles County_the pivotal Not sure 17 34
i or swing area. In Northern California Rockefeller holds a The key to this ,election obviously is how the Nixon and -
commanding 65-35 per cent lead while in Southern California Lodge vote will divide: FOR THIS EMBLEM I FOR
outside of Los Angeles County Goldwater holds a 62-38 per DIVISION OF NIXON, LODGE VOTE
cent edge. However in Los Angeles earlier last week, Rocke- i'E
May 26 May 19
THE FINEST IN HEARING HELP!
feller had moved out to a 57-43 per cent lead. Per Cent Per Cent ,

If you need hearing help-regardless of whether you have
I nerve deafness-come in and ask for a demonstration of
Zenith hearing aids...the finest available I
Recreation Director Gives Views Zenith offers over a dozen smartly-styled models for behind-
i the-ear. eyeglasses\ or conventional I body-worn types. All havea
10 day free trial', 1 year factory warranty and 5 year service
J JI' plan. See us for details.A .
patented Acoustic Modifier has been designed for those
Of Events who can hear but can't understand words. It is unusually effective -
Leading to Resignation I q7,411021 when used with the new tiny behind-the-ear Zenith
nlverslyre.S fr models Arcadia, hearing ICOME aid, and can be used with other makes and

By JIM McGUIRK control in the event of trouble so they could be used to staff have one at each center any !LLE IN TODAY...NEAR lETTER TOMORROW!
Sun Staff Writer racial or otherwise at they the pool for safety purposes."In child who cares to register for FREE10 DAY, NO MONEY DOWN

City' Recreation. Director; Ra centers. other jobs and in other the one we have should be ac TRIAL ON ANY ZENITH "LIVINGSOUND1'
Massey' has released a statement On the heels of this, Massey cities we used to have separate cepted. BLACK and WHITEKODACOLOR ,
designed to counter wha"t: fired Harold Acosta, supervisor staff programs. I brought about i "An example isthe fine arts HEADING AID.COUCH'S .
he terms "misunderstandings of the Negro Community Center. joint staff programs between program for children which was j I jfl
by Gainesville
Negro com Gainesville Negro community Negroes and whites so everyone conducted at the recreation cen-
munity of his attitudes. 608 N.
2
Massey's action Friday capped -. members were angered both by would be working together. ter."This PRINTS FOR THE PRICE OF
the sudden firing of Acosta and "Locally, I have had a tremendous program did come MAIN I ST.
a bewildering sequence o f |
\ events that apparently began by the fact that no one had apparently interest in facilities for about and a Negro child was (Except 35 m/m)

when consulted the Negro the Negro areas, because I permitted to come in on rec-
two Negro couples visited my Fresh Zenith Batteries for Most Hearing Aids
recreational advisory board found of the facilities "
the white recreation center in on many Negro ommendation.
Gainesville.Next either the firing or any plansfor were in run-down condi-- "I I i
replacing Acosta. tion. Facilities such
as swing
both the Negro and
Then Massey's own resignation sets were run-down. They were
white recreation centers were
"for personal reasons" was replaced or put in safe condi-
closed by Massey. He said the
temporary closing was necessary -. announced by City Manager Bill j tion. this
because supervision was Green. "Also I purchased new play- is SEARS

t not tight enough to guarantee The evening previously, Mas- ground equipment and I have
sey was charged by Gainesville made additions to school areas
I i police with leaving the scene of used for playgrounds after

PeopleIn an with accident a parked after auto. Massey he collided saysno school."I feel. the Negro should be W Where Sportshirts Herald the Long Hot Summer

damage occurred. treated as a human being and
. : : :.the NewsBy I It is not known if the collision should get assistance and in- with Vivid New Patterns and Zesty New Colors
has any connection with the res- structions in various activitiesby -:
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS igna tion.I white instructors if the Ne-

GETTYSBURG, Pa. (AP) Although Massey has presum- groes have no one qualified to
Former President Eisenhower, I ably resigned the "effective help improve the standards of
p a longtime golfer, and football date" of his resignation has not their children to prevent neg-
expert Bud Wilkinson talked I been announced. And he still lect and to" aid selfimprovement. -

; politics and sports Friday in Ei- I calls himself Gainesville's rec- Short Sleeve
senhower's Gettysburg, Pa., reation director. "For example, if the Negroes 0 Sport shirts
college campus office. The evening following Mas want to learn square dancing,
Wilkinson, Republican candi sey's "resignation" the City I'm not opposed to a white in-
date for the U.S. Senate in his Commission approved plans he structor going over and teaching

home state of Oklahoma, was developed for reopening the them."
facilities This spectacular' assortment Includes solids, plaids, textures -
where
recreation centers under "And I feel that -
accompanied by his wife, Mary. pre-
and prints with button-down
regular collar plus
are inadequate, they
acceptable
sumably supervision.The
Wilkinson coached the University
collar in Matched
All
commission also scheduledan should be made adequate to prints. pockets. are shrinkage-
of Oklahoma to of
one $
controlled to keep their proper fit washing after washing.
the nation's. .longest college foot- "executive hearing open to carry on good programs for the And all colors are compete/! washfast, of course. In
ball fain:streaks. the press" to examine the rea- Negro."I small to large sizes. Come early for best choice.
t 4r sons for the Acosta firing. feel that playgrounds and
: :. Friday Massey announced the community centers should be
-- fo the center built in the areas where peoplelive foron
NEW-YORK AP-James) A. re-opening Negro CHARGE IT Remember Father's '
Farley f"''76, years ,old Saturday and the re-opening of the center period. I am not going to
4 relax d, amid mementos ot 50 for white youngsters as soon as say they should be integrated or Sears Revolving Charge Day June 21st
some additional recreatio n a ]1 segregated."In .
years Jpf; political life and arrived. which are not
looked happily toward Democraticprospects' equipment programs 4-DAYS ONLY
The current status of both centers available to everyone, such as
for this fall.
is instructional if
regarding segregation programs
Farley, who piloted the 1932
vague. There is still one center there's not enough demand to
presidential campaign of
for and for whites. ; '
\ :Negroes one
Franklin D. Roosevelt, is a for-
t But Massey says no one will be .
mer Democratic national chair
turned from either.
away a\
man".Iormer'postmaster gen- He said Mrs. Rowena Green
eral, ::and 'is:now board chairman _
would be youth director in gjw1P4
of the Coca Cola Export
.. Co. li .Uves Fn 'New York City. I charge of activities assisted by !
Earl Palmore.
The Negro recreational advisory -

VATICAN:CITY CAP) ,- The board was informed of y
44th anniversary of Pope Paul's this move, Massey said. J }k's

priesthood! _was saluted in Vati- He also promised he will soon
can City Friday by the ,Vatican :make "a full statement to the .r : $
Daily-Newspaper L'Osservatore :public to clear up anything that

Romano, Pope Paul VI.was ordained :may have" gone around concern- Ever happen to you?
J .! priest on May 29, 1920., I ing me.
in Brescia.. He would not discuss matters If[ you bought your insurance
I Ii urther. from a one-company agent, you
His statement: were left all alone. If boughtit 1
CA'ABRIDGEMass. (AP) you
Miss Christina Bernadotte bids "I think there is a misunderstanding through an independent insure I !-I! ,; J&jLf
farewell today to her life as a : between the Negroesand ance agent, you had a friend
"Cliffie" student and returns to I: myself because of something nearby you could call 6n for help.We're .
her homeland to resume the I am not responsible for. independent agents. Call
more restricted environment of "I have always been most onus.
a Swedish princess. 1 willing to assist and help the HaythorneINSURANCE
The 20-year-old princess just J Negroes with their problems. 11
completed a year of study at I\When in Greenwood, S.C., I AGENCY
Radcliffe College Cambridge Mass., women's adjunct to Har ]lifesavers to help guard the pool, 107 N. Main a. i
vard. i and I taught a course in senior Phone ..r.
;1 life saving for the Negroes who FR 2-1433 t;;

CHICAGO (AP) Stepin !were qualified to take the course ______ __u____ uiIys
Fetchit Negro comedian observed I
his 72nd birthday Friday .
FIT : :
I recovering from prostate surgery Keep dZc71SWIM y

in Chicago's Cook County, } !
Hospital.The f t /q/
comedian, whose real
name Is Lincoln Perry is await I
ing a second operation next I
week. He was presented with a I For Health! .'
' birthday cake by a hotel chef.
I '
I AND SAFETY I,..
Perry said he is broke, al-: -
though he made $2 million during ,
LEARN TO SWIM IN 7 EASY LESSONS .. '
his career in films. j SHOP MONDAY ,.t'
"Guaranteed Remits or Your Money Bock" '
TIL 9 P.M.

Dies at 118 i Call TOM OLSEN 372.7187

OTSUKI Japan AP) Yasu I
be Japan's' or THE HOLIDAY NN < at Sears and sa 14 South Main STORE HOURS
Kobayashi. said to Individual Instructions Children b Adults *.Shop
oldest woman, died of pneu-i I eSEARS I Tuts.. w.... Thun, $. M.... Frf.
moats at her home Saturday at j CLASSES HELD AT HOLIDAY INN POOL j I Sa&lftCl&u Guarantee- or Your Mosey a Phone 372.8451 9 AM to 5 JO PM 9 AM, to 9 FMIF

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12A Gainesville Sun Sunday, May 31, 1964 r ,__
completion under the direction: ,
.Graduates Wins Attendance Drive of General SuperintendentCharles
Bentley. A.church cabi-
Oia suilk inn net is being set up to,plan the

:TOue Honors Westside Christian Church Easter to Pentecost Sunday state of Florida. South Daytona Beach gave entire program for the remaining
... has won first place in the New School Attendance Crusade of! Of the several churches in the Westside the closest competition. six months of the year.A. .

: RELIGIONFirst Church Division of the Annual the Christian churches in the division, the new church in The crusade was figuredon Leon Langston, minister,
'From: NCB the percentage of increaseover will continue in his series of

, The Men's Brotherhood of 1st Methodist MYF Elects New OfficersLast Westside the Christian's February overall average.in- messages Wit* on "Teaching for

North Chrch crease was 69 per cent. The attendance Sunday school is at 9:45 and
"will honor Central all graduates Baptist of the Sunday night the Methodist Mike Fagan, chairman of the ley, chairman of the fellow- drive has as its worship is at 11 a.m., with .the

-church this morning at a NazareneStarts Youth Fellowship of the witness committee; anice ship committee, and Car lisle theme, "More for the Master." congregation tern orarilv J"I'--t.

breakfast: at Howard Johnson's First Methodist Church electedits Ridgeway, chairman of the out- Herbert, chairman of the citizenship The Bible school organizationof ing at the Little Theater Build*
'Restaurant at 7 o'clock. officers for the year 196465. reach committee; Susan Shu--! committee the new church is nearing tog on NW 16th Blvd.

".. At the 11 ajn. hour of worship The new officers are Larry
New Year
- the graduates'will sit in a I III Halsey president; Winkle Sum,
Susan,
vice president
mers, ;
group, will be recognized in-
Erb, secretary; Kay Harrell,1
dividually and will be presented' The Rev. J. Rex Eaton, pastorof Catherine Morgan are the ste MY Fund; Steve Johnson, publicity
..a.gift on behalf of the member- the First Church of the Naz-II wards. Counts Booth will con- chairman; Dale Todd, cochairman -I I I
:ship of the church. arene, has announced the begin- tinue as Sunday school superintendent ; Marsha Laite, chairman (' i1vd
: Among those being honored ning of a new fiscal year in the I and Sue Caswell as the of the faith committee 1 _
:as graduates of the Universityof local church. missionary society president.Bob .
Florida are Curtis Hamrick, The year 1963-4 climaxed with I! Pyles was elected Young
2 who will receive a doctoral degree -the local church sending dele- People's president. Other coun- ParkviewSets
: and William Strawn, who gates to the 50th annual district cils that were elected were the MONDAY TUESDAY 521 NW 13th St'e
:will receive a bachelor's degree. conventions which were held church school board, the young WEDNESDAY NOON
:High school graduates are Mar. in Orlando last week. people's and missionary coun- Events
.garet Below, Sharon Conrad, Officers were installed last

:Eloise Cox, Eddie Kirkland, Sunday for the new year, with cils.The day chapter of the mis- ARMOUR'S QUALITY SHORTENING THE WASHDAY MIRACLE!
George Lindsey, Wayne Lovett, Hill W. Fulwood elected secretary sionary society met and laid For SeniorsParkview
:Cheryl McCranie, Gwen Outlaw, of the church board. plans for the coming year under
Penny Jo Shannon, Linda Teu- Irvin Griner was named church the leadership of Linda War- Baptist Church will "
I ton, Dennis Tower, Paul Waters, treasurer; Lewie Waits, chair- rington at the home of Mr. nd entertain its high school seniorsat "TIDE"GIANT
: Robin Matheny, Mike Warren man of the board of trustees; Mrs. Fred White. a breakfast at the HolidayInn Vegetole
!
:and Marilyn McDavid. Dr. C. B. Smith, chairman of During the morning service this morning at 8 o'clock.
. .the board of stewards. Other
next Sunday, the Sunday school This is a traditional event '
I Oak Park Sets members of the church boardare
teachers and officers for the having occurred each year since PKG.39c \
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Oscar Haufler Frank
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the church was organized five
Next will be installed. Today'smorning
: SundayFor Lyons, James Warrington, Jack year .
years ago.David
Whiddon, Don Hill, and Fred sermon will be on the
Homecoming I White, trustees. Ernest Haufler, subject of Sunday school work Harms, layman and
Edgar Yates, Lucille Turner, and will be entitled "Learn of medical missions volunteer,
I The Oak Park Baptist Church Ivy Harris, L. T. Rhoden and Me." will bring the inspirational mes-
Twill observe its annual Homecoming sage. The seniors will then re-
: and Anniversary Serv- turn for services at the church '
. ice next Sunday with Dr. Paul Local Baptist VolunteersFor where they will sit in a group
: Meigs, Secretary of evangelismof and be special guests of honor, 39c
the Florida Baptist Convention with the pastor, V. Miles Patterson I
: as guest speaker for the 11 West Coast Mission bringing a message appropriate I
a. m. service. for the occasion.
: A basket lunch will be servedat
where
One Gainesville layman has Oregon or Washington,

: of noon song and and an honors afternoon to service former volunteered to help needy West'they will give witness, do evangelistic Vandal Damage (LIMIT: One with your $3 or More, Food Order Please)
:ministers will be held at 2 p.m. Coast Baptist churches in the enlistment works, give i I ( : One with your $3 or More Food Order, Please)
. West Coast Laymen's Crusade MOBILE, Ala. (AP) Damages I
All members, former members testimonies in churches and before
: and friends are invited to attend July 2226. civic groups and performany caused by vandals driving
He is M. D. Green, who liveson 'huge roadbuilding machines WILSON'S "CLEARBROOK" QUARTERSBUTTER
.. Route 4. other jobs the church lead- have been estimated at several "SEABRAND" FROZEN, BREADED
ers may have in mind. thousand dollars.A .
: 46 Homes Burn The event, which is expectedto
. I The West Coast Laymen's spokesman for Thomaston
; attract 1,000 Baptist laymen SHRIMP10OZ.
: CAIRO )AP) -Nine persons from throughout the United Crusade is designed to enrich Associates, Inc., of Montgomery,

: perished Saturday in afire that States to a three-state area, is the spiritual lives of the lay. said Thursday at least $1,000
I houses in the vil- done concrete
46 to
destroyed damage was a
sponsored by the Southern Baptist -men and build in them a greater -
lage of Koum Shafei, in upper : Brotherhood Commission zeal for missions. drain in addition to damages to LB. PKG.
Egypt. The first started when Board. I, the giant earth-moving ma- PKG.39c.
: 8 man making tea transferred The men will report to their chines, graders and bulldozers
- the burner from one house to The men will be assigned to churches on the result of the which were found rammed to-
: another, authorities said. a specific church in California,i venture. gether. I
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CHURCHES meeting at Gainesville Little 9 and 11 a.m. ices at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.!

Advent Churches Theatre, 4039 NW 16th Ave., Wesley Community Methodist Williston Baptist Church, ser-;
Advent Christian Church, 617 service at 11 a.m.Christian Church, 826 NW 23rd Blvd., I St, service at 11 a.m. I
NE 1st St, services at 11 a.m. Scientist services at 11 a.m. and 7:3C Melrose Methodist, services at"
and 7:30 p.m.Umbarger Christian Science Church 420 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. I
Memorial Advent II SW 12th St. Service at 11 a.m. p.mWesley Foundation and Uni- Orange Creek Methodist, US-
Christian, 19th,St.'at 45th Ave., .. Church of Christ versity Methodist Church, 1320( :301 north of Hawthorne, serviceat (LIMIT: 2 Please) (LIMIT: On with your $3, or More. Food Order Please)

services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 r -ch of Christ, 639 E. Univ.A W. Univ. Ave., services at 8:45and 9:30 a.m.Newberry.
pm. services at 11 a.m. and 11 Methodist, servicesat
Alliance Churches 7:30 p.m. a.m.Mormon 9:55 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.
First Alliance, 11 a.m., wore Fourteenth St. Church of Church of Jesus Christ of Lat Williston Methodist Church, "THRIFTWAY" ALL MEAT! 100%

ship at Bishop Jr. High, 1901 Christ, 205 NW 14th St., serv- ter Day Saints, 1220 SW 5th services at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m.
NE 9th St, 7:30 p.m. service at ices at 11 a.m. and 6:30: p.m. Ave., Sunday school, 10 a.m.,
637 SE 1st Ave.Assembly. Northeast Church of Christ Sacrament meeting 6:30 p.m. WIENERSFULL
of God 418 E. Univ. Ave., services at Nazarene Power of PrayerA PURE GROUND

First Assembly of God, Wai 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. First Church of the Nazarene
do Road, services at 11 a.m. Thirty-ninth Avenue Churchof 302 SE 1st Ave., servicesat reader
and 7:30 Christ 1811 NW 39th Ave. i writes "Re
pjn. 10:45 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. LB. PKG.39c
Baptist services at 9 a.m. and 6lb Trinity Church of the Nazarene garding then .

Calvary Baptist Church, 2500 p. m. 926 NW 31st Ave., servicesat s reader you
SE 15th St., services at 11 Church Of God 11 a.m. and 7:30
p.m. quoted who BEEF
a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Church of God. Hawthorne University Ave. Church of the .:
that the'proof'
Carol Estates Baptist Road and Third Ave., servicesat Nazarene, 3545 W. Univ. Ave,I says
Church, 1428 NE 20th Place, 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. services at 10:45: ajn. and 1:30pm. en-
services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 EpiscopalEpiscopal joyed by
Center, Chapel of PresbyterianFirst faithful people .;
p.m.Eastside Baptist Church, 1501 the Incarnation, 1522 W. Univ. Presbyterian Church, is not ofJohnson
E. Univ. Ave., services at '11 Ave., Holy Communion at 8 300 SW 2nd Ave., services at 11 Harold A. a kind
ajn. and 7:30 p.m. a.m., morning prayer at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. you
Faith Independent Baptist ajn. First Sunday, Holy Communion Grace Presbyterian Church, can touch see, hear,
Church, NW 31st Ave. at 7th at 11 a.m. 3146 NW 13th St., service at 11 smell, or taste I wish to 3 Ibs.l $129
Ter., services at 11 ajn. and Holy Trinity, 116 NE 1st St ajn. disagree. We may not be

7:30 p.m. Holy Communion at 8 a.m. Highlands Presbyterian Chur- able to touch,' hear,
First Baptist, 425 W. Univ. morning prayer at 9:30 and 11. ch, 1001 NE 16th Ave., servicesat smell or taste the 'proof',
Ave., services at 11 a.m. and rirSt Sunday Holy Communionat 11 a.m. and 7:30 pm.KanapahaP.resbyte.
7:30 p.m.Forest 8, 9:30 and 11. rI.I but we certainly can SEE

Park Baptist, 1624 St. Michael's, 2180 MilhopperRoad an Church Archer Road past: the results of living by
NW 5th Ave., services at 11 Holy Communion at 8:30 Medical Center, service at 11; God's dictates. I have
a.m. and 7:45 p.m. a.m.; family service at 9:30: ; a.m. SEEN a complete change'in FARM FRESH "GOLDEN YELLOW"
Gainesville Primitive Baptist -morning prayer at 11 a.m. on Quakers my husband, thank tdJj f ,
Church, SW 34th St. at Ar 1st and 3rd Sundays, Holy Com-
Religious Society of Friends, God, since he embraced
cher Road, service at 11 ajn. munion on 2nd and 4th,Sundays. : dliWWJ
North Central Baptist Holiness 1921 NW 2nd Ave., service at religion, and I do not fli CORNEARS

Church, 404 NW 14th Ave., services Eliam Pentecostal, SW Archer 11 a.m.Unitarian-Universalist I doubt that many millionsof

at 8:30 and 11 a.m., and Rd., services at 11 a.m. Unitarian Universalist Fellowship others have seen similar StllA. NEp
7:30 p.m. and 7:30 pjn.University changes that seem BA
1204 NW 10th Ave.j B"FO
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Oak Hill Baptist, 800'NW 40th Pentecostal Holi- Sunday school and servicesboth miraculous. To my mind i 8
Ave., services at 11 aim and ness Church, Odd Fellows tem- :
the from all
at 11 aim greatest joy
7:30 pjn. ple at 740 SE 2nd Ave., services OD
Oak Park Baptist Church, at 11 ajn. and 7:30 p.m. AREA CHURCHES the evidence I have seen I!i 1

4610 Archer Rd., services at Inter-denominational Baptist is the logical conclusionthat

9:45 and 11 ajn. and 7:30.p.m. Gainesville Drive-In Church, Archer Baptist Church, serv-' since we can see the
Old Fashioned Missionary Hawthorne Road, service at ices at 11 ajn. and 8 pjn. I truth of Goci's teachingsin I 50Z. 59C

Baptist Mission, at corner of..:3:30 aim Eliam Baptist Church, Mel- our earthly lives, then 6 JARS
NW 6th St. and 34th Place, ser The Salvation Army, 22 SW rose, worship services at 11!
all the rest of his words
vices at 11 a.m. and 7:30 pjn. 2nd St, services at 11 am. and a.m. and 7:30 p.m. I .;. -
Parkview Baptist, 3403 NW 7:30 p.m. First Baptist Church of Mic-! about the life hereaftermust C .._.-. .

13th St., services at 11 ajn. Jehovah's Witnesses anopy, services at 11 ajn. and also be true. Whata e$-_,
and 7:45 pjn. Kingdom Hall of. Jehovah's 7:30 pjn. j I joy to know that a good "LIQUID DETERGENT"
Pine Grove Baptist Church Witnesses, 1124 NE 3rd Ave., Hague Baptist Church, life awaits those who follow 12-or. 28
4200 NW 39th Ave., services at service at 6:30 p.m. vices at 11 ajn. and 8 serv-I] Him here! A regular VEL Bottle

11 ajn. and 7:30 pjn. LntheraaFirst Methodist reader." . .' '
Ridgeview Baptist Church, Lutheran Church, 1801 Alachoa Methodist, SE 1stI I I Ii "FUN BATH
NW 19th St, services at 11 NW 5th Ave., services at 8:30 i SOAKY 69
You
too write
may your
ajn. and 8 p. m. and 11 ajn.Gethsemane. THIS SUMMER -
Westside Church Lutheran opinion or about your ex-
"CASHMERE
Baptist Plan for a I -AIR DEODORIZER" BOUQUET"
4039 Newberry Road servicesat Church, 1905 NE 12th SL, service "Southern Keswick"FAMILY perience, to. Editor P.O. 1 *
11 ajn. and 730 pm at 11 ajn.University Box 13, Norwalk Conn. : FLORIENT ; 59

Catholic Lutheran Church. VACATION (Editor may edit, com-
St. Augustine Chapel, 1738 1826 W. Univ. Ave., service at IN FLORIDA ment, and be sole Judgeas "BLEACH PACKETS"t -2 212 t 31
W. Univ. Ave., Sunday massesat 11 a.m. ;
I to publication. Copy ACTION S 4V
9:30 and 11 ajn. and 12 Methodist pkg.
JUNE 22-JULY 19 right 1964. Efco.) Spon-
noon daily mass Mon. through Centenary Methodist 1400 four great weeks! .
Frl at 6:30 and 11:15 am.. Sat SE Hawthorne Road services'' at St. Petersburg sored by: A
at 9 am. Confession Tues. and at 11 ajn. and 7:30 pjn. DAILY BIBLE CONFERENCE '
Thurs. at 7 pm. and Fit at Faith Methodist Church, Howard I JONES-JOHNSON 50 EXTRA. GOLD 50 EXTRA. 50 EXTRA GOLD
win Tt. CauII sad win tIIis cw. w
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pjn. Bishop High Cafetor- 1M wraw..t 1M pwcUse at"Minute c. u*
St. Patrick's Church, 704 NE him, 1901 NE 9th St, service I FUNERAL "MAZOLA" BONO Moid II Hw pert**** *f BOND
HOME "
PRIVATE SWIM POOLS .. Grade "A"
1st St., masses at 6, 7:30, 9, at 11 ajn.First I CORN OILOLEO ORANGEDELIGHT SPLIT
10:30 aim and 12 noon. Methodist, 419 NE 1st STAMPS STAMPS
ChristianF1rst St. services at 8:45 and 11' NEAR FAMOUS BEACHES 311 S. MAIN ST. 1.1&. pkgJ. 6-es. ca BROILERS
Send for complete information: 2 for 78ec. 2 for 3ge Ib.,, 39c
Christian Church, SW a.m. Fellowship at 530, ser-
2nd Ave. at 8th St., service at ice at 7 pjn. SOUTHERN CONFERENCEST. KESWICK BIBLE FR 6-5361 ...... toM at THKIFTWAY"tkr s&, Cwp.0.< at "'THtirrwAY t.,, Md at TH irrWAVIfen Wtr
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[II'j I $ $ Problem a Tangled Affair< Florida Lutherans ily and trea Remington,the chairman Rev. Raymond of of Augusta the Worship A,_.-Ga..Pe-,


Committee of the Southeastern
I By ADen MorrisTALLAHASSEEOUT their own, an additional $54,781 ]make the support of these their :sales tax matches stepforstepthe more money to provide servicesfor I Synod of the Lutheran Church

new I 000 will be necessary because I Ii No. 1 priority.The population growth of the new residents than they con- Slate WorkshopTAMPA and pastor at Warner Robbins,

I state administration will have I II i of growth. The overall figure sales and use tax is the :state. tribute in that form of taxation.A Ga.
1 of the money needed is $537-largest single producer of State The pitch was made during child in the public schools -
I to tackle vexatious money problems 842,000. :income. It is for :that campaign that increased The Rev. Lois G. Golder,of
responsible demand the
\ from its first day in office approximately now equals a on -A Worship Work- Altar Guilds who will learn
Again, that's the money required 1 half of all the dollars I population would automatically state treasury for $187 a year. shop will bring pastors and more about the care of the chan.- Ft. Lauderdale is chairman of

'So complex has Florida's by existing formulas : flowing into the general 1 bring in additional sales tax His parents would have to buy church musicians to Tampa on eel of the church and vest the Florida committee. Other
governmental fund. It will yield an ]revenue to relieve the state's $6,233 of taxable items to members include Mrs. Joseph
financing become written into law. The sums include revenue just June 5-6 from nearly 100 Luth--ments. Sessions will be held in
estimated during the I money problems. Actually, an his While it's true of Lakeland, Hugh Alderman

$472,700,000
that,-it might be said with only I pay way. eran Church in America congre- Good Shepherd Church (SOl S. Huntley
i small exaggeration, candidate no increase in teacher two years ending June 30, 1965. :argument could be made that some new residents don't havea gations in Florida. Dale Mabry) beginning Friday of Jacksonville Harold
I for the a pay. Some legislators are com- There are those, including one 1 the more people who come hereas child in school, it's equallytrue Included in this second annual -evening and closing Saturday Sanford of Winter Park and the
legislaturewouldTido
J governor or mitted to more money for : residents, the tougher the tax that others have two or school will be members of afternoon. Rev. William Jensen of Jack
well not to think about 'of the candidates for governor becomes.By "
I teachers. The figures do not include ,problem three or more, so it probably Leaders will include Mrs. Em sonville. :
its details-cntil: ,he actually has the needs of junior col eliminated in the first primary, turning the sales tax averages out.Speaking .

i.i: won w...officer':_ '-_ leges. Many legislators willCoPilot's who possess the notion that theHERITAGE around, you can see why it takes of averages, the ApplicationsAt _sa s '?
menne has county of the child's enrollmentwill Club
Boys'
.to face to'what
I up be obligated to spend almost -

'' in practicality the- Cracker Teacher Stabbed another $187 a year for Friday's Sun announced that;

I I irreducible are min- Brooklyn his schooling. (Those figures do application blanks for the area: BE SaFEII vJ ,.
not include the cost of providing swimming sponsored I
program T
imuins written Politics J
school buildings.) I
t by The Sun and the Boys' Club
I into the Constitution -
Of course, everyone pays were available at The Sun of
Left ElevatorNEW
or laws Dying in taxes in addition to the sales fice.The

already on the tax but many of these levies, blanks are only avail, L
N
books for the distribution of 1
t s
as we have seen with the intangible able at the Boys' Club office.I ;
,so much of the State's revenue. YORK (AP-A school nation was needed to determineif the building, and a 15-year-old I committed
; tax, are They must be signed
Take, for: ,example, the ,much teacher, badly beaten and she was raped. boy companion discovered! they,to specific public programs as and returned to the by parents I 1 V7
talkedaboutintangible tax. stabbed, was found dying in the The city's chief of detectives, woman and notified police. She Boys'I ,... ,
untouchable.
This will yield an estimated elevator of her Brooklyn apart- Philip Walsh, took personal was suffering from multiplestab legislatively ---------I Club'i /__,

i .$53,000,000 durin(the two:years ment building early Saturday.The charge of the homicide investi- wounds, officers said. :I:1I .--
ending June 30, 1965. But only building is located at gation by some 50 detectives.He Miss Lipsik lived with her I !'" \ /
$8,450,000 is expected to reach Crown Heights where a citizen said Miss Lipsik's money semi-invalid mother, Jean:
I the state's general revenue fund. radio car patrol has been trying was missing from her handbagand Lipsik. I

I Why? Because the net proceeds to combat nighttime terror that he believes robberywas Within the past week, a four-

are committed first to retire- ism.Police the principal motive. car radio patrol was organizedby .
ment programs for state and identified the victim as Miss Lipsik, who taught at Rabbi Samuel Schrange, a ..for GRADS s FREE GUARANTEED
county officers and employes* Charlotte Lipsik. 38. She died in P.S. 284 in the Brownsville Sec; spiritual leader of the ultraor-

t The intangible tax distribution Kings County Hospital at 3:30: tion of Brooklyn, had attended a thodox Hasidic branch of Juda COMPONENTS

Is an example, too, of how governmental a.m., three hours after another I Times Square movie theater ism in Crown Heights, to try to 250ON MOTHPROOFING.
actions apparently! tenant and a youth found her in Friday night with a woman combat nighttime violence inthe I KARDON '
I unrelated to Tallahassee often the self-service elevator. I friend, Walsh said. They went area. I SHERWOOD KENWOOD
have a substantial bearing on Police said her clothes were home by subway and separated. Crown Heights is adjacent to FISHER( o CITATION Guard your fine woolens against moth dam
state revenue. in disarray but further exami' Peter Baden, 26, a tenant in the Bedford-Stuyvesant section,I age-at no extra cost. We'll mothproof them

I The U. S. social security rate a predominantly Negro area. I OFF EXCEPT TURN TABLES unconditionally, and return everything Sani.

has been going up. Hence, more Rabbi Schrange has denied' AND RECORD PLAYERS tone dean, luxuriously soft and new looking.
state matching money is required that his citizen patrol force,'I
ShoutHeard Get this complete,professional service today!
for those public em- known as the Maccabees, is a COMPLETE STEREO SYSTEMS AS LOW AS $200

ployes covered by social secure "vigilante" group directed PLUS BOX STORAGEFOR
I against I
ity. The Metro Commission of Negroes.The SOME
MERCHANDISE
Dade County went into the bust group was formed aftera WINTER WOOLENS :
in CrashSAN
business. More state matching series of muggings and beat REDUCED 40Ctl

: money was needed to cover the ings in Crown Heights and aft I ...
eventual retirement of those er one rabbi's wife was dragged AS MUCH AS . . FUR STORAGE
FRANCISCO (APScientific ) crash into a low hill near Danville from her home and
transportation employes.A detective work on a tape I Calif., while nearing its raped. I II REPAIRING RESTORING AND REGLAZINGBONDfD
leader of the 65 Legislature, PICK-UP and DELIVERY
recorder shows that, just before destination, San Francisco, on a WE ARE DEALERS FOR
who, incidentally, supported an- the Pacific Air Lines crash May' from Reno Nev. via I ANYWHERE
flight -c
Dumont TV
other candidate for governor, Your and Stereo Call FR 2-8521
7 killed all 44 aboard, the copilot Stockton, Calif. ._
I mentioned in conversation the shouted the pilot had been I SatisfactionAlways and Sony Tape RecordersBlack's .
other day that he intends at
I shot the San Francisco Examiner .:
first opportunity to congratulate said Saturday.The 6 Children Die Assured Ideal Laundry 1
Senator John E. Mathews on the
I forthrightness of his approach tape recorder was sent When Flames CREVASSE FLORIST Audio Service
t I : to state finances as a guber- East for laboratory study after 2015 SE Hawthorne Rd.
517 S.W.2nd Ave. Gainesville :
'.natorial aspirant. newsmen listened to repeated Phone FR 6.2514 229 West University Ave. FR 2-0440 ,

I, "Jack really understood the playbacks and thought they Sweep Home I

situation and told the people the heard the words: "I've been
truth," confided this insider.It shot. I've been shot. Oh my MIDLOTHIAN, Va. (AP-) '
may be assumed that these God. Help." Six children died early Satur- -
4 congratulations will afford Senator day when a fire swept through : SUNDAY; ONLY !
Mathews much warmth as, But the Examiner said voice their two-story frame home ,

from the legislative bleachers, prints, a new technique, show it near this central Virginia com
I he watches the successful can- was copilot Ray E. Andress, munity.
Santa Clara, Calif., talking and
didate being inaugurated next Their parents and three other
what he said was:
January. children received minor injuries
the is in hand I "He's been shot. I'm trying to
Already, figure but were released after
for the sum of additional state,help. Oh my God. treatment at a hospital.The _____ T-i \ A f \ S ;
That appeared to be a reference ti _
money which existing laws will victims, the children of f
to the plane's pilot, Capt. .
require for running the public : Mr. and Mrs. John Samuel I w
Earnest Clark, San Carlos,
schools (kindergarten through Miller, were identified as Russell -
12th grade) during the two years Calif.A Louis, 9; Kathy Ann, 11; ..,
beginning July 1, 1965. discharged, high-powered re- Carl Lee, 7; Mary Jane, 4; Ma QUALITY
1 For the"schools simply to hold volver was found in the wreckage bel, 2, and Roy Wayne, 6. ; .!'\\.1, it< DISCQUK t
and the FBI traced its own : I;' ._ .
Mr. and Mrs. Miller and How H. .. fii
j ership to a passenger, Frank ;i.
Gonzalez.The ard, 8, Joseph 18, and Charles,

i the voice tape print recorder technique was developed usedon 17,Richmond received ,hospital about 11 treatmentat miles to :." Noon to 7 P.M. :

the east.
by the Bell Laboratories. f'C' .
{ The Millers are Negroes.
It consists of making a specto-
Chief D. E. Barfield of the
graph of sounds voice send recordings.out varying Different Bon Air-Southampton Volunteer SHOP EARLY AND SAVE QUANTITIES LIMITED! :

I Fire Department said the cause
lines. These form a pattern
of the fire had not been de
II .which can be matched with pre termined. ......... .
taken of such
I vious recordings

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I I the (6li1c; akt5j/ 1 Mental County Mental Health Health several entertainment Committees projectsfor Larry Brasington was appointed -FormedAlachua I pointed chairman of the reli- p

Association committee assign- Negro patients at the Mac- chairman of the association gious contact committee.Mrs. .
ments, made at the annual or- clenny Hospital, was appointed membership committee.
ganizational meeting last week, chairman of the committee to Frank Lee was appointed
national ,exhibitions Larry Brasington was ap-
Exhibition and
Painting ious state ,
were announced Friday by Sidney -be responsible for continuingthe chairman of the Alachua General -
Professors of Art at the University during the coming year. Martin, president of the as entertainment.Mrs. pointed chairman of the com- .. rr
U nit 4..r
mittee which aids returnees Hospital Psychiatric
of Florida are showing Those exhibiting are professors -sociation.
Emanuel Gitlin and Lou-
their most recent paintings in i Roy Craven, Hollis Hol--, The board of directors discussed -ise Kincaid were apointed to from state mental and other Volunteer worker training pro-
the "Summer Painting Exhibi, brook, Ken Kerslake, P. R. Mc- several ways of convinc- the education committee, whichis mental hospitals in finding gram. Workers are to be train- .
tion" to open in the Department; Intosh, Stuart Purser, Joseph ing insurance companies to in- responsible for public information jobs.Rev. I ed for service in the hospital rw
lof Art's X June 1. Sabatella and Hiram Williams. William Shea was ap psychiatric unit when it opens.
_.; Gallery on clude mental illness in policiesand in the field of mental ,
The Exhibition is designed to I The Exhibition is scheduledfor appointed Mrs. Bert Flor- health. / w[

give those in the Gainesville Gallery X, June 1 -June 26, ida, Mrs. Ann Byrne and Dr. Mrs. James E. Turbeville was: i : :i ....
:area interested in the fine arts; Monday through Friday, from John Crago to an insurance appointed chairman of the leg-' C Emara CrossAgencgFOR I.i .
I "a preview of what these paint.. 9-12 noon and 2-5 p.m. The public committee to pursue the proj- islative committee, which stud' I : f.s& -.
ers will be showing in the var is invited. ect.Mrs. ies legislation needed. I _
Florida and Mrs. E. ?k .
Harry Edwards and Dr. Josh, : : ; .
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I I direct Roundtree the association were appointed motor to Davis were appointed to the: INSURANCE ae I .

I pool, which consists of a group Sheltered Workshop committee j! & BONDS ..1;
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of volunteer workers who trans- which directs readjustment of I "isr
\\ and aids in 1109 N. Main
a returned patient St.
J 'I'port mentally ill and mentally
G finding employment I Phone 375-4582 '
tJlg retarded children to clinics and cttnu 1p aA
Mrs. O'Neal Cox was appointed
other treatment \ association JOE E. ROSSAND C. EMORY CROSS
II Mrs. Helen Carsons was ap, chairman of the Representing Leading Life Fire and Casualty Companies
pointed chairman of the Christ- membership- committee. i I 7 S.E. 1st Ave. FR: 2-4084

mas project for the Association.Last .
Christmas the associationsent
gifts to patients in the,
Macclenny Hospital.
Judge and Mrs. J. C. Adkinswere
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; Good News Is Plentiful universities a survey which of reveals American that I

the University of Florida is first
in the nation in the total num-
r Ntm urn l1+ItltrB holiday-shortened week. Inter- ber of semester hours of Latin
est in the steels intensified after 1dx
ByjTHOMAS: MULLANEY American area courses offered.
,. Production. Retail Sales the glowing reports that ema- i pelw'S.
". Financial Editor ., Area courses include
Latin
nated from the industry's annual
NEW YORK From many American history, geography,
convention in New Yorkat
sides Est; week came new evi Rise; Gold Stockpile Up midweek. sociology agricultural econom-

dencethat'the'j economy's rate ics, anthropology, economics
of ef: >ansion i is' quickeningalong political science and law. Lang:

V broad front and in this election who uage courses include Spanish :
any in year. were predicting strong up- AverageFla. : x.
and
Portuguese. .
orderly fashian. M
Two other factors that couldbe ward pressures on interest rates -

The latest contributing to the general were wrong. University catalogs were ex-
good news "included Week rosiness are the wide satisfac The May rally in bond prices Income amined, and language and area 4
the 35 tion among businessmen with stemmed chiefly from increasing courses were tabulated. Each

in per machine-tool cent jump inBusiness. the policies of the Johnson ad- hope that the economy faces Was $2,111JACKSONVILLE university was then sent a copyof F A 4 w
ministration and the popularityof months of orderly expansion the tabulation for their corrections .
orders for __ '''' '''v' '
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the President himself among rather than an excessive boom. and approval. The results J
April; the 9 per corporate executives.; That's the hope; it might not (AP-The I show that the University With
cent gain in construction average per capita income of! This Snip .
The feeling Is building up be the reality when the end of 'of Florida is first in area studies -
contracts Florida residents
last month the further even among some top automotive the year approaches. Exceptfor I was $2,111 last t followed by the Universityof A snip of the scissors
; some of the special situ- year compared with the national Texas, Tulane University, marks the culmination of several years work at the.
modest rise in steel production i executives, according to and dedication of the Boy's Club Park.
tions, last week's net price average of $2,443 $1,819 for Columbia University University Unity City Commissioner Ed Turlington"
for the t iCweek; signs that'reports that the auto wage fractional with southeastern states, the State I of California at, Los An- wields the scissors, with some support from Steve Long, as T. J. Hawes, president ...
changes ,
were
'4 retaliates are 'showing 1m- talks this summer will be set- Chamber of Commerce reported and of the Exchange Club, left, and Howard Weems, president of the Boy's:
the
declines outnumbering advances geles University of Cal-
I. provement,._and the 8 per ,cent tled without a strike and with- (721 to 591)). Saturday in its weekly business ifornia at Berkeley. Club, observe. The Exchange Club was prime mover in the drive to add the-
in sales out a round of compensatoryprice
upturn new-car to a review. two-and-one-half acres to the play area.
ord.level in mid-May., increases.The The New York Times com- The results of this
bined of 50 stocks The gain in the per capita income survey ap-
.; These reports added -a new big worry as the nation average of Floridians last year pear in Latin American Content tired from the corps as lieuteij-
to inch 0.15
manged only
up Ex-Marine Officer Dies
layer to the very constructive pushes its current prosperity point for the week to 482.43. was 2.8 per cent; the national Courses" at Selected Universities I ant general.
statistics Issued earlier in the to new record heights, of course, gain was 3.2 per cent and the by R. Herbert Minnich '
month' that had told of noteworthy is the nossibihty that the situ- This illustrates how immobile Southeastern states gain was 4.5 and John V. D. Saunders, Assistant RICHMOND, Va. (AP) Lt.Gen. I Selden, who retired from the" -.

o. gains in durable goods ation ill overheat to the ex- the; market really was. The per cent. Director and Director, John Taylor Selden, ret., Marines in 1955' after 40 years

orders, personal Income and tent that consumer spending, Dow Jones industrial compo- Per capita income is a meas- respectively, of the Latin Amer- ,a decorated Marine officer of of service,was a native of Rich- .
nent showed it, too. That key mond.
industrial employment. credit expansion, the wage- ure of the economic level. It refers ican Language and Area Pro- World War II and the Korean I .
average eased only 0.31 pointto I Selden served as deputy rI
gram. camp I
OC price push and stock market to total income
greater import, though, 820.56. personal conflict, died early Saturday in'commander of the Marine barracks
was"," the announcement fervor get out of hand. divided by resident population.Last
on also in- local He 71. ;
The most active list a hospital. was at Camp Lejeune, N.C.,
\ Thursday that after years of Excesses such as these might dicated how stable the marketwas. year's total personal in- Asks Russia Selden who lived in La Jolla and was commanding general

almoststeady- declines, the develop at any time, but the Texas Gulf Sulphur again come of Floridians came to Calif., was stricken Friday 'of the troop training unit at
U.S.' gold ,stockpile had a real danger period is the second led the list on a turnover of $11.9 billion up 7 per cent For Laos Halt while visiting here with his sister Coronado, Csiif., when assignedto

startling and dramatic turn half of the year, specifically 643,100 shares, but its net While this gain was larger than : Mrs. Douglas Vanderhoof. Korea early in 1952.
about in' April. This country's the fourth quarter. By that time change for the week was a the national figure of 5 per cent, LONDON (AP) Britain He served as commanding

gold stock actually increasedlast the trend in wage rates and mere decline of Vt, putting the the state's population also moved asked the Soviet Union Satur- general of the 1st Marine Divi-

,month-by a whopping prices should be well outlined. quotation at 54%. forward at a greater pace day to join her in halting the Dutch Recall sion for almost a year and received -
$178 million-as foreign nations The stock market has not Other active issues included: than the nation's.In new outburst of Communist ag- the Distinguished Serv-

sent increased supplies here yet joined in the effervescent Chrysler, unchanged; Haveg up 1963, Floridians' per capita gression in Laos. MARGRATEN, Netherlands, ice Medal on his retirement as. t'.t'
AP Thousands of Dutch
for a, variety of reasons. mood. Last week it continuedthe income was a little over 86 per ( ) -
and
6V4; RCA down 1!&, Sperry Britain and the Soviet flowerson commander.He .
Union school children placed
No Jess important for the languid performance that cent of the national average, :
Rand down %. cochairmen of the Geneva commander of the
as Amer was
the of the 8,301
general health of the nation'seconomy has typified its activity the last General while in 1962 it was just under graves
American Telephone, conference Laos have Marine base at Camp
Cemetery
87 on a.ican dead at the American corps
has been the attitudeof cent.
two months, with price move- per
Motors, Westinghouse and special responsibility to try to near Mar aten Saturday. Pendleton, Calif., when he re-
business men. It is hard to ments narrow and trading volume -American Motors all h ad One underlying cause, the bus- maintain there.

find a pessimist among them less robust.A changes of less than 1 point, iness review said, lies in the peace
these days. Business in generalis key question and con- while U. S. Steel rose 2%. growing proportion of young- The British government's appeal th6 ; 'rc'Wt lb e I ; M '- be ':

good, problems are limited cern now relates to money Wall Street was heartened by sters and oldsters in Florida's to stop the Pathet Lao of- ;J: "e --'"'- _. ... J.1JPCorp -- : with a. .
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and relations with the govern- rates. Are they headed higher? he strong performance of the population.Last fensive was contained in a mes- ,_ .'-- __ ..- ___ _. __ _._ = ', .
ment, uncertain earlier this The performance of the bon? steel group at the end of the year Florida ranked sage delivered to the Soviet 33V NMAIH5T, ," /r.HNg 7 l ?J MOTOROLA
I year, haveThad no further deterioration market in the last six weeks ninth in population tenth in tot- Foreign Ministry in Moscow MembersNew- Yorfe "Sto lc Ch: 9ij :

,and might not have clearly shows that the anlystr I II -5 II income.al income and 31st in per capita .by Friday the Foreign and made Office.public today R b'enW- hll_ _-ff _frt>S;. Myles::.I clock radio:

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MARKET I [OFFWeek

YORK (AP) Steels I Stock exchanges were closed j

were a strong feature last weekas 'Friday in observance of Me- ( of June 1-June 7)) "U.S. J I Isf
the stock market extended a morial Day. Volume for the ACTIVITIES Royalmade ...." + F l
mild.Irregular decline throughits week was 17,292,511 shares Monday Ticket sales for

second week. compared with 23,800,207 for Florida Players production of Visltile Clock Radio :
the full five-day week previous.The "
The._steels were spurred by "Summer and Smoke, Stu- Vitilite lets you tell time in the dark. :
dent Service Booth, 1-5 Lulls you to sleep and wakes you .
market p.m.
reports that the pace of orders I staged an uneven with radio-or buiitr alarm.Gold. .
was so"strong"that the usual, advance on Thursday, TuesdayTicket Sales, Voice 1' speaker delivers crisp .
summer lull! promises to be' with steels and savingsandloans "Summer and Smoke." clear,radio sound. .

smaller than'Usual. Investors in showing the way. Drugs Faculty Concert: 'Carolyn I mewhat .C341I1two-tonuhv.hitt with pink Of bill'or.; $31 .9S.
steels also were'encouraged by were off sharply after a Troupin, piano; Edward Trou-1

statements Industry ,leaders, Wednesday rally. pin, violin, Medical Sciences
gathered for"the 'annual meet- Building Auditorium, 8:15 p.m. A Perfect Gift
The ability of the market to
Book Review: "F a
of the American Iron & nnyHill"
ing
rise on the eve of the holiday
by John Cleland, reviewedby
Steel Institute, that ,1964' may
was interpreted by some analysts Dr. Thomas Preston, Flor-
be a record year for the metal.
as a good omen for ida Union Auditorium, 8:15:
Trading was highlighted by a stronger prices in the post-Me-.pm. I f
further cooling off of the "mineraMind" morial Day period.Of I Wednesday "Summer and aoa
issues which have "
the 1,508 issues traded Smoke, Florida Players pres-I I x
It flown h'igfT In recent weeks on last week on the New York entation, Norman Hall Auditorium -
i tEe basis of natural resource
7:30 p.m.Thursday .
Stock Exchange, 721 declined
discoveries, and
"Summer
-
and 591 advanced.
I : Smoke," Norman Hall Auditor-
highlights Included a
Bother Bond prices climbed In May. ium 7:30
,
p.m.
but brief rally of drug
strong
Government bonds chalked Friday "S u and u _.1.-
up m mer !
stocks involved in oral contraceptives
gains of as much as 1M points Smoke," Norman Hall Auditor- -'----
because of hints the !
Roman Catholic Church might over a month ago. ium, 8 p.m.University. LUGGAGE Thin S
reexamine its attitude toward Corporate bonds, measuredby Lecture Series: PORTABLE HI-FI .
The Associated Press aver- Edward Teller, "Decisions for I STEREO
in
tEese products, and strength or
age 'of 60 bonds traded on the Survival," University Auditorium -
holding
sayings-and-loan" compa New York Stock Exchange, 8 p.m.Saturday. '. :, CoMPACT. YET FINE

nies.The! gained slightly .more than an "Summer and! S SOUNDING.FEATURES MANY
Dow Jones industrial avenge index point.Corporate. Smoke," Norman Hall Auditorium -. ti rp SPECIAL Choice of Colors -

fast: week took a slight trading for the 4- 8 p.m.Sunday & Styles"
l day week on the stock exchange College of Medi-
.
a,820.5&he average totaled $38,587,300, par value' cine Commencement, Medical. S / The newest a.
last week declined :.8 to, compared with $47,037,000 par Sciences Building Auditorium, r _
value the week before.Jayccc .
306.0. 3pm.
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June 1-14 Backgrounds of n/

Modern Painting, National Gal-: in Gainesville-
lery of Art Florida Union
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4t< k, ; exr Bryan- One Lounge.Man Show, Mrs. KayM. : My U.S. Royal dealership's so new I haven't framedI

Welborn, Florida Union I x b first dollar yet. But I've met some customers.

I North Wing Gallery. end I hope you'll be one of them soon.We've

_____ :r \ June 1-26 "Summer Paint-i got a full line of tires,all carrying the famous i
f ; : ing Exhibition" UF Depart Wr U.S. Royal trademark. And you'll get 'em without [ r

ment of Art faculty Gallery X. I- S any fast talk, sweet talk or double talk from my

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June 5 North Area Civil SERVICE CENTER 419 N.W. ltd Art
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the Gainesville Junior Chamber of Commerce, ion.June I 637 N.W. 13th ST. YOUR U.S. ROYAL OPEN MONDAY and
discharges the first of his duties as Jaycee leader 7-13 Florida Bankers

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Newberry High to Begin THIS IS I




J Graduation Activity Tonight Rite BUTLER TonightLAKE Baccalau For Keystone HEIGHTS HighKEYSTONE Our Town ;. --. '


I NEWBERRY The seniorsof reate services for the 47 graduates Twenty-three graduates of -y' .

Newberry High School will of Union County High Keystone Heights High School ,
begin a round of graduation School will be held tonight in will be honored in baccalaureate By JEAN CARVERAs j

activities with baccalaureate the school auditorium startingat exercises tonight startingat the Beatles keep gargling, air voyage to Atlanta: ca i be
services tonight at 8 at the First
8. The sermon will be given .
"Bits and Pieces
7:30 :
at the
Baptist Church.
simply defined = fear
Baptist Church here. by Rev. David A. Wheeler, pas- very ,
Friday night, the 19 graduates tor of the Lake Butler Churchof The baccalaureate address will ELECTION RESULTS In sheer fear.Between

led by valedictori r Christ. be delivered by the Rev. PaulA. case Tuesday's election returns the busy insurance
I Elaine Holder and salutatorian 0.i' Travis. threw you into unrelievab 1 e machines very at'the terminal-
Doris Perdue, will receive their Other ministers who will take a ?8ah depression, provisions for protesting and
e diplomas in ceremonies at the part in the program, and who Graduation ceremonies will $ to both parties over the gay Jaughing..stewatdesses
who where
will be introduced by the Rev.. be caliber of their candi- explain ,youroxygenmask :
W. N. Barry Gym. held Thursday at the school governor and life
jacket are before
Rev. John Martin pastor of Jake Thomas, are as follows: athletic field starting at 8 p.m. dates next November are avail- the quivering monster even hurtles
i able in the form of being ableto
the First
F Baptist Church, will Rev. H. G. McLeroy, pastorof is Miss Bernice K. Brune, write in an alternate choice. off the runway, thoughts of
deliver the baccalaureate
ser- the Lake Butler Baptis :f: daughter of Police Chief and Since my number one nomi- the trip are shrouded in vague
mon tonight. Rev. Gerald Williams Church, who will give the invocation meditations of pending, doom.
Mrs. Casper Brune who Sec. of
of the First Methodist f plans nee, State Tom Adams,
; Rev. Joe H. McCul- to enter the of didn't this There is some consolation in
Florida
time
Church will the invocationand University run I figure I
give lough, pastor of the Raiford knowing this is not a strictly
in the fall
benediction.Mrs. on a $1,600 scho- maybe my one little! "Tom
Baptist Church, who will givea personal trauma.A .
Kathryne Barry will be larship. She has been a Beta Adams" write in in November

the organist, and special mu- Stoff Bible reading of ;the Rev.Methodist Frank t:, Club member for four years, Miss Linsin might encourage him to do pair of fellow reporters confided -
pastor
sic will be provided by the MISS HOLDER w MISS PERDUEida Church and Rev. Eugene Peterson and president of the Club during some scouting for 1966. Please, recently that they were
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Girls Sextet of Newberry High, her senior year. She also Senator, please. less than enthusiastic over an
pastor of the Lake Butler '
directed by Mrs. Jacquelyn Toy. faculty. Power Corp. essay contest. served as president of the senior No matter how you look at invitation to fly to Ocala the oth-
Col. William N. Boaz Jr., professor The valedictorian of the Classof She played basketball four Trinity Baptist Church. class,, and homeroom represen November through your tears, a er day for a courtesy tour of a
of air science at the '64 is the daughter of Mr. years, serving as co-captain, Graduation exercises will be tative to the Student Council for GOP win for Charles Holley small airline with special local

University of Florida, will, be and Mrs. Dennis Holder. She at- served as an officer of the FHA held Friday, when diplomaswill ; two years. would seem twice as long as significance.

the principal speaker at commencement tended Girls State and was pres- three years, was Student Coun- be awarded for the last t; In her freshman the six years from 1965-70 will
exercises, which begin ident of the Student Council cil officer and was district Be- time by School Supt. T. S. Brune year, Miss be under Haydon Burns.That's Despite the commonsense: approach

I at 8 p.m. Friday.Other this year. She played basket. ta Club secretary last year. (Shep) Thomas, who is retiring. award, and was science given a award civics Adams, A-d-a-m-s. Un- about the laws!of gravity
a as
Miss Perdue also was secre- statistics that show there
talks will be Miss ball four less to spell .
I by years, was a mem- you prefer your protest .
of the senior class, was in a sophomore. She served as editor are fewer plane crash deaths
Holder, the valedictorian, and ber of the FHA, cheerleader tary. C-o-l--i-n-s, for Leroy.
School 'First'MOBILE of the annual in her senior
the junior and senior class versus automobile wrecks and
Miss Perdue, the, salutatorian. captain this year, was ,in the
Principal John Perdue will j junior' and senior plays and plays, served as an 'officer of year. accidents in the home, the most j

award the diplomas to the graduates was homecoming queen last the band three years, including Ala. (AP-Two Ne- Miss Marlene E. Linsin, UNSTIFLED* *YAWN* of the sensible attitude about flying

j and Rev, James BroWning year Miss Holder plans to at- president; sang in the Girls Sex- groes Dorothy Bridget Davis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 0. week goes to City Plan Board and the fear of same to me is
will give the invocation tend Florida State University. I tet, was on the annual staff and 17, and Henry Hobdy, 18-, L. Linsin, won honors as saluta- members and the cast of thou- that if you don't go up in one,
co-columnist with Herbert Mar- were among 800 seniors to receive k\ the chances are very, very
the ab
and benediction. Miss Perdue, salutatorian torian of her class. She has sands that keep dragging out
of Mr. and Mrs. lowe for the Gainesville Sun. diplomas from Murphy great that one will not be responsible -
Following commencement exercises -is the daughter been a member of the Beta conversations about the liquor
there will be .a recep- John Perdue. Other honors she Miss Perdue will attend Flor- High School Thursday night to Club during all four years in ordinance distance require- for your demise.

II tion in the school lunchroom has won jn high school includethe ida State University, where she become the first of their race to school, and served\as secretaryof ments. (Unless you want to spend a

the seniors, their families and Betty Crocker homemaking plans to major in elementary graduate from the previously her sophomore class and It's the same old story about lot of time contemplating the

) friends, and members of ther award this year and the Flor- education. white school. treasurer of the junior class. Miss Brune foresight and the lack of it, recalling -chances of one of the big birds

There were no incidents dur- She was editor of the school how many, many hours plummeting down from the

ing the commencement cere- newspaper and a member of the I erine McGlave will present i both the planning staff, plan clouds on top,of your house, or

<;< I Bell High to Graduate monies. annual staff.In awards, and diplomas will be board and city commission' your car or you as you jaywalk
spent on the new liquor ordi- across University Avenue.)
awarded Mrs. M.
Miss Davis and Hobdy were addition to speeches by by Marjorie nance late last summer.
transferred to the white schoolin the honor students, the graduation -Long. Presentation of the Funny, none of the up-in-arms Oh boy. That's reason enough

II' court-ordered desegregation program will include a class will be by Principal Phil- objectors managed to musterup to take an extra couple of pills

Largest Class on Thursday last September.Wild Snellen.farewell address by Harold ip A. Knuth. The school band enough concern about the between your house and the
and airport.
will the traditional marches. distance between churches
play -
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:I chimpanzee mot hers The invocation will be given liquor:stores when the ordinancewas Which brings to mind that the
BELL Bell High School wonders of truly remarkable -
flight are
still in formative stages and
suckle their and keep by Rev. Father Worstall and the
!\ est this class year will in its graduate history the at comA larg- them in the nest young at night until benediction by Rev. A. C. Holt.A. Mrs. Ann McMillan Null is could have been amended.REFLECTIONS involved. despite the terrors 1

mencement exercises scheduled they are about three years old. E. Anthony and Mrs. Kath- the class sponsor. on a pending

, Thursday at 8 p.m. in the I .. .
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. Baccalaureate services for

the Class of '64, which has 32

members, will be at 4 p.m. to r
day, with Rev. Roscoe Knight, <
t pastor of the Bethel Church of

Chirst, as the speaker. ?.r Fa 7a. Limited TimejtLcrei

Rev. John Arnette, pastor of A
the Bethel Baptist Church, will
give the invocation and benedic Only

) tion. Special music will be provided
'r by Naomi Iou las. Mrs.
W. P. Folks will play the processional
and recessional. t

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Heading the list of gradu- MISS MARTINare MISS STRICKLANDMiss M ALONE ,
their diplomas ChiropracticHealth rv
ates who will receive
from County School Linda Jane Martin, valedictorian Strickland, the salutatorian .

Supt. Eli Read Thursday night and Joyce Carroll is the daughter of Mrs! :___ n h11a1 : 41

: .. j Strickland, salutatorian.The Vera Strickland. She will at- Mattress a

..;-- commencement speakerwill tend Lake City Junior College. .
t s Other seniors include Delin-
be Dr. Herman Frick pro-
( da Carol Dianne Bean
Akins
,
RI fessor of public school admin-, .
f Frances Brown, Kendra Cannon -
istration at Florida State Uni-
Janice Davis Mil dred InnerspringTwin
,
versity. Dr. Frick is chairmanof
I Durden (secretary treasurer -
the Southern Association of
Colleges and Schools and holds I ), Carol Ergle, Clara Hines,
his PhD from Ohio State Uni Gwendolyn Philman, Bessie I
Roberts (vice president), Mar-
versity., ian Roberts, Judith Thomas,
fsa
Other commencement high- Clara Waters, Kenneth Boyd,
Ij ft lights wil include presentationof Truman Brown, Jerald Cain,

awards by Principal M. W. Paul Durden, Lynn Hill, La- ; T/'i ;
Fielding, a solo by Imogene mar Hines, Leverne Knighton,
I Philman Coarsey and introduc- Maurice Koehler, Hugh 'Martin -

tion of guests by Fielding. (president), Thomas Mikell,
i : The valedictorian of the Bell A. M. Nance, Dewey Phil ;
r I Class of '64 is the daughter of man, John Pittman, Randall Roberts -

I Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Martin.' Bobby Sheffield, William i ,
She plans to' attend Day t ona Slaughter and Larry
Beach Junior College. Smith. e6 I i
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I BRONSON It's all over for award went to ZoAnn Quincey

23 Bronson High School seniors Carline Morrison, class presi- Built to Chiropractic specifications- destined! -
; that is, the pursuit ;of dent, presented in behalf of the :
book-learning on a high school class a gold charm bracelet to to give you full support while conforming to ,

leveL Mrs. Dorothy Martin, class body contours, mar teining spinal! alignment- ALDNE ATTRESSES
sponsor.
The BHS seniors received specifically intended aid'jn the
as an
ai their diplomas from County Other members of the Bron- management Chmatized AU Florida

I School Supt. A. E Mikell at son Class of '64 are Audrey and of general back conditions.

i commencement Friday night, Eli Beasley Elizabeth Bus-

highlighted by the salutatory ad sard Billy Cobb, Delores Crews,
J &j. dress by Bryan Green and the Arnold Davis, Betty Hudson

I KEENE valedictory by Bobby Mikell. Barber, Benny May, Carolyn NOW
Other highlights included the Meeks, Donna Meeks, Mike Longer..Wider..King Size

AchievementAwards presentation of special awards. Osteen, Robert Roop, Thomas

jl Green, the salutatorian, re- Smith, Emilee Williams, Patricia
Given ceived the Bronson PTA scholarship Williams and Anita Zadeh.
SizeOver
presented by Dogan Chiropractic King s-

a At Cobb; the American 'Legion They Must
Newberry award, presented by C. M.
6 feet
wide. Almost 7 feet
Griffin; and the Danforth long
Like
f NEWBERRY The American award. School

Legion Achievement awardsfor This latter award, based on ill
PATTERSON, Ga. (AP- $1 QQ95LC
Limited time only -
outstanding eighth grade scholarship, leadership and There were five cousins in the _
students at Newberry went this service, also went to Marlene graduating class of Patterson f Mattress and .=_ --
Munnand; an American Legion Box Springs : -
year to Cheri Boyd and Eddie High School this year and they
award also went to Gloria -
Keene. Griffin. left the school a family record Twin or double-SO' long i79.S0 $59.95 \. -

Between them, they had 53
of the awardswas Bill Campbell received the
Presentation
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years of perfect school attendance ....
made by a representativeof scholar-athlete award presentedby '" .

the Newberry American Legion Principal Theron Morrison urniture city"
Post at an awards night for the Florida Sportswriters as- The students, whose mothersall
}; program Thursday night. sociation, and was the fourth came from the same familythe Please.. come in tomorrow. We would love to serve you.
Bronson High student to receive Winn family of Pattersonhad

ti: The awards are given on the this honor in the past sev- records ranging from 8 to .. 1001 wonderful buys
4 basis of honor, courage, scholarship 'en years. His brother, Ed, wasa 12 years perfect attendance. OPEN MONDAY AND FRIDAY ,
NIGHTS TIL:
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leadership and service. previous winner. They are: Genelda Aspinall,

II Cheri is the daughter of Mr. Mikell, the valedictorian, received -12 years; Jereal Bennett, 12 WEEK DAYS TIL 5:30 19 SE 1st Ave.rl'
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and Mrs. Cyril Boyd, and Eddie I the Balfour award for 'years; Connie Walker, 8 years; ,
i!I is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence I being the top senior scholar, Joey Hall, 10 years; and Sandra -,

L. Keene. and the DAB good 'citizenship; Boatright, 11 years. '. ...

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4 I i By DALE BURGESS performance and zoomed away m.p.h.; Ruby in 1446; and
I INDIANAPOLIS
Ind. (AP- from the starting line like a White in 142.341.Seventh .
!I Texan A. J. Foyt Jr. won the green rocket. After the
restart place went to Dick
; ;t 500-mile Memorial Day auto Bobby Marshaman took the Rathmann, Roselle, HI., fol- Final :

q ,.7ygpn / race for the second time Satur- lead in the seventh lap in another lowed by Bob Wente, St. Louis
ti .day driving to a record in a Lotus-Ford
but
went out rookie, eighth; Bob Harkey another
I supposedly obsolete Offenhauser -in the 39th lap with an oil leak. rookie from Charlotte,i StandingsINDIANAPOLIS

L of roadster frightful that crashes survived in which a day Seven Laps ;N.C., ninth; and Grim, 10th. (API-Final unofficial
; y 4 I These last four were still running standings In the 400 mile race:
I two drivers died and 10 persons Clark led seven laps but a- when but 1. Foyt
4 Foyt finished
wheel suspension failed I 2. Ward
and he
I were hurt. were .waved in before finishing. 3. Ruby
Eddie Sachs, 37, of Detroit ground to a halt in the infield I Californian Dan 4. White
Gurney 5.
Boyd
died in his eighth attempt to win after throwing sparks for a Clark's teammate in the other '. Tingelstad
7. D. Rathmann
I the richest auto speed event, quartermile.The factory Lotus, was called off i. Went
,
: -4 ,caught in a flaming tangle that first four finishers all the track by his crew who said 10. Grim Harkey .

; S i resulted when rookie David Mac bettered the Jones' 1963 ,speed there were some difficultieswith Speed U7.SSO m.p.h., record; old record
Donald 26 El Monte Calif. record. 143.137 ty Parnelli Jones 1763.
e4 an English tire being used
I crashed. MacDonald, who in- Ward was timed in 146.339The on the LotusFords.got .
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haled died -
r blazing gasoline, a [[ II ;U1! ; L
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sx ,few hours later.

r I The seven-car pile-up, on the

alt second lap, stopped the race for

the second time in 54 years, and .
: 'the first time for an accident.

sty, !It was restarted after an hour x
s 3+ and 45 minutes of fire fightingand .. '
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d '- 12%-mile lap, a little after the U
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I IIe l was headed in his run to a 147. ,

s, : 'n :I,350 mile-per-hour average. The
II old mark of 143.137 was set last D'__ --
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I a'I t tim of another fire Saturday. Sped to Indianapolis 500 Record

I The only leaders were Jim

Clark of Scotland, who spun into
the infield with a collapsed Bombers Trip Budweiser

wheel; Bobby Marshman, whose J

: ARROW POINTS TO SPOT WHERE TWO DRIVERS LOST THEIR LIVES 'oil tank sprang a leak; Jones

I' Eddie Sachs, Dave MacDonald Died in Fiery Crash Yesterday in Indy 500OVER and Foyt. !
Remarkable Rodger Ward, no Behind Stout Pitching \I

: worse than fourth in the last six
F.S.U. IN FINALE
Memorial Day races and twice -

the winner, took second money, 1-2 pitching punch of Wei- the two singles in the second Centerfielder Al Summerford

about three miles back of Foyt don Haney and Eddie King carried contest. duplicated Williams' hitting he-

He had to make five pit stops the world champion Clearwater The Bombers scored one run roics with a pair of hits in each
III Eggart Duncan Pace WinDanny for fuel in his Kaiser Aluminum in the second inning, two in the
Bombers to a doubleheader .
I Special, the only Fordpoweredcar third, fourth and fifth and one game.
of seven starters to finish softball win over the local in the seventh in the first game. (Continued on Page 04)) J

Eggart pitched a five- Duncan blasted two singles i Marty.. Howel limited the Ga- score before breaking throughin the race. Foyt stopped only Budweiser squad last night at

hitter and Jim Duncan suppliedthe and a double and drove in a> tors to five hits in yesterday'si the seventh. twice. City Park.

muscle with three hits in the run to lead the Gator i first game, while his teammates There was one other finisher AWARD GOES
Twice Gator Haney most valuable playerin
players over-ran
final game yesterday to give irithe finale. Eggart also pickedup I were picking up six. among the 12 rear-engine cars
Florida a 2-1 edge in a three- two singles in three at-bats. Earl Montgomery drove in second base and were pickedoff that unsuccessfully challengedthe the all-world tournament the

,game baseball series< with-rival two runs with one hit in three to blunt threats. One time 19-year unbroken reign of past two years, limited' Budweiser -
the first three UF !
Other RBI batters sing- standard front to hit in 8-0 TO CAMPBELL
;Florida State. trips to the plate to pace the led in engine Offys, only one an
Shannon had the other RBI for. succession but the lead similar to Foyt's Sheraton Bomber win in the opener.
batters.
The Gators took a 2-1 victory UF Shannon and Randy man fell victim to the pickoffand
Florida with sacrifice special.
a fly. -Thompson King gave but two hits in
Morcroft accounted for the oth- up
\ In the second game of yester The moumnd win boosted Eg- er two RBIs.Friday's that chance went by the Lloyd Ruby, Wichita Falls, a hard-fought 1-0 decision over BRONSON-Bill Campbell,

day's doubleheader after losing gart's record to 94. continual boards. Tex., was third; rookie Johnny the locals in the nightcap.The standout three-sport athlete for

5-4 in the opener.Florida started Hard-hitting catcher Ken Sua-o war of game nerves was for a Gator- The BreakthroughIn White, Warren, Mich., fourth; Bombers triumphed, 7-0 Bronson High School, has become -
j ,the series Friday with a 2.1 decision the seventh, however, Ron Johnny Boyd, Fresno, Calif,,
rez banged a homer for thSeminoles' e players and followers as the UF and 8-3, over Budweiser in a the fourth representativeof
the Seminoles.Fireball .
over fifth and Bud
Tingelstad, Day-
lone run. muffed numerous chances to (Continued on Page 04)) ; doubleheader Friday night in school-and the second in
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12 Cars his family-to win the coveted

I Is Only 12 cars were running 17-2 Record Class C Scholar-Athlete award

when Foyt finished. One of them The four vicotries pushed the presented by the Florida Sports-

driven by Bobby Grim of Indi- Bombers' season record to 17-2. writers Association.

ProgressingSatisfactorily anapolis, spun off the track Bobby Barnes gave Clearwater Campbell received the plaqueat I

right after that. only four hits in the second graduation exercises Friday

The record of five straight500s game as he battled King on almost night at the school. The awardis A
without a driver death end terms. in
even presented for proficiency
ed in a roar of flame and smoke both and athletics.
Former Budweiser player scholarship ,
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP- that engulfed the north end of
Bubba Williams two
,I Stock Car racer Glenn (Fire- the main straightaway before picked up Previous Bronson winners included .
I hits in i each to haunt his
ball) Roberts, although still in most of, the cars had completedtwo old mates. The.game first-sacker Gary Lott, Mac McKoy .
serious condition with burns suffered laps around the 2% mile rap- and Ed Campbell Bill's brother
Q ped two doubles in the first tilt
I in a race last Sunday, the first three years the award
oval.MacDonald and a pair of singles in the
"continues to make satisfactory an expert sportscar was in existence. It also has
nightcap.
progress," Charlotte Memorial r racer hit the outside wall been won by Larry Strawn of
ii Hospital reported Saturday. -. -'" :0; r coming out of the northwest Buck Benton doubled In the Melrose and Luther Beauchamp' BILL CAMPBELL I

The hospital said the 33-year '' .... turn and slid several hundred'first inning for the lone Bud of; Chiefland, and Lewis "Chipper" Bronson Ace Honored
,. weiser in the first '
hit
,/ -' before afire. Oth- game. of North Marion
old racing veteran from Daytona ', feet stopping High Mike Williams Dunedin and
r ,
"' Gene Ritch and Harold Elzey ;
\., and tumbled in the times area ClassC
Beach, Fla., was reasonably er cars spun making 1 1FRA seven
t comfortable and is eating ; cloud of smoke and roaring schools have captured the Kenny Hart, Groveland. !

a soft diet without difficulty. ] ; .; fuel prize. I Morton was a football, basket 1

As a further indication of his .. Sachs died, trapped in his new 12 letters for ball and track standout for

u improvement, the hospital reduced __.._'_ !fi'o- ._'--u-------, .- ',- ." __""": <-'"'......-_ *-;;... rear engine Halibrand Ford. the Campbell Eagles in won football, basket- Class AA Edison. The S-foot-5, j

ft from three to one the MacDonald died .in Indianapolis ball and track in foyr 210-pounder also was graduated, i
years.
daily medical bulletins prepared It Was Close at Third Methodist Hospital short time He compiled a 3.3 scholastic in -the upper five per cent ofhis \

I, on Roberts' condition. later. He also had one of yX Y:vR average and found time to singin class and he was president t

Roberts had been on the critical UF outfielder Danny Eggart slid' into third base a whisker ahead of the throw the new Ford engines in his his church choir. He was of his junior and senior class.

list for four days, suffering in the, second inning. The Gators loaded the bases with two outs but failed to streamlined Mickey Thompson named to All-Riverland Conference He cleared 14 feet, six inches J
from burns over 80 per cent score. (Sun photo by Eddie Davis). creation. The fact that both football team twice. in the pole vault, the best effort
of his body. About 30 per cent spilled gallons of high octane v ;4 1s by a high school athlete in com

were third degree burns one of gasoline contributed to, the Campbell, in other activities, pletion. It is not a state record .

his four physicians reported.He blaze. MS Ykr edited school annual two years, since it was not accomplished ,

faces "many many Controversy Over Fuels Alcohol Fire o3 y was Beta Club president his in the state meet.
'
Another less spectacularblaze :Y junior year and district Beta
weeks of hospitalization here, an alcohol fire that was : Club president this year. He Williams was a football, bas-

the doctor said. quickly extinguished, took Par- won the state shot put title in ,ketball and track athlete for the

Roberts was hurt in the open- nell Jones' Agajanian Offen- his junior year and was third Class A Falcons, where his
minutes of the $100,000 Erupts at Indianapolis s
Ing hauser, the winner last year, in the discus throw. father was athletic director. He
World-600 mile race last Sunday out of the race after he bad led ranked 25th in a class of 305. ,
at Charlotte Motor Speedway He is the son of Mrs. James He holds the Class A state track
I INDIANAPOLIS (AP-Con- alcohol mixture had been the seven laps. That blaze eruptedas
Foyt suggested "it would be
in a three- a and
his figured
to
when car Campbell plans attend record in the mile, 4222.
Jones out of the
vehicle smashup. Junior John- I troversy over fuels erupted at popular power source. good idea for compulsory two was pulling K'LARYMets the University of Georgia to

son and Ned Jarrett, whose the Indianapolis motor Speedway I The Underwriters Laboratoryhas or three pit stops so cars pits after of the a fuel stop.and He leapedout rolled study political science. Hart had the distinction of
involved, escaped wouldn't have to such a racer never making anything less i
also were carry
cars the 500- a flammability rating Buy
Saturday following down the,
with minor injuries. which alcohol at heavy load early in the race.There'd pit apron escapingwith Selection of Campbell was than an A during his four years :
scores methyl
mile in which two drivers
race burns on the left and
be arm made by the FSWA with Lonnie at Class B Groveland High
in
were killed in a fiery collision. 70 and gasoline at 95-100, This no percentage right leg.
it." Frank Bart, St.Petersburg Times, in School. A four-sport performer ,
BaseballTop The usual crowd of race people means, simply, that gasoline The casualty list in the sec- LaryNEW charge of the committee. Hart was also class vice president J. J
ignites much more easily. Foyt, in an Offenhauser ond-lap pile besides the
up Others winners this and 1
flooding the garage area year are past Lt. Governor of
buzzed with speculation whether Before the race, Louis Meyer, made only two pit stops with dead, included rookie Ronnie YORK (AP-The New John Morton of Miami Edison I the Key Club.

TenNATIONAL highly explosive gasoline three-time 500 winner and manufacturer : gasoline. Runner-up Rodger Duman 32, Dearborn, Mich., York Mets bought Frank Lary,
Ward, in a rear-engine Ford us- ;second-and third-degree bums: veteran righthanded pitcher,
of the 'j
would be banned from the race. alcohol-burning
LEAGUE Offenhauser said ing alcohol, made five pit halts. Johnny Rutherford, 26, Fort from the Detroit Tigers Satur : .. 'jI
Club O AB Pet Veteran driver Eddie Sachs engine, gasoline Worth day. Lary, famed Yankee : '. .
Player 2May Tex minor burns Norman as a
Gasoline gives mile- ;
CM ......... 40 152 2f .401 is too dangerous for the superior
WlllUm SF ............ 40 149 40 57 JU and rookie Dave MacDonalddied age, while alcohol gives greater Han, Hollywood Calif., killer for his ability to beat the
....... 42 17* 31 44 J75 high-speed Indy oval
Clement Mil PgnTorrt "'........ 40 152 2f 54 J6I after MacDona1d's'rearengine speed. Alcohol was used in head cuts, and Bobby Unser, 30, New York dub in his heyday .;rt7ir I
Pas ....._M.. 27 lOf If 3t.3S1Boyel' Ford into the However, Ray McMahon who win the
St.rgell StL ........... 43 14 24 57 .34 slammed the two weekends 9f qualifying Albuquerque, N. M., minor report to Mets Sunday.
C*,dens CIn Ny............., 41 21 140 tt 21 13 n.32tCJvtstophel' 27 J25 wall in the second lap of .the200lap has been blending fuels at the where speed is paramount and burns.Unse' Lary, 33, had an 0-2 record

Freese PflhFtood ,......... 32 f3 14 2f J12 race. Each car had a Speedway nearly 20 years, only four laps are needed to ?. whose brother Jerrywas for the Tigers this year. He appeared AmoricM Ua. N.,....
veWM Lut"
StUr ........... 43 175 20 s..3Of warned killed the
gasoline tank slung each : on Speedway in .
CIn I 14 %5.3Of on success. However many cars in only 16 games last Last Pc9. B Yad WM tail Pet. BeMMPhiladelphia

Jot=moi. 'San Francisco.OM's": II. Howard. Los side of the driver. Apparently, "They ought not to stampede. switched to gasoline for the a 1959 practice run accident, season because of arm trouble Alcago Jattlmore: ............22 26 15 11 Mt Ml -- Saa Francisco: '0',. 24 24 17 15'IS Jt5 -1Hw +
May 13. William Chicago. 12; Torre.Milwaukee. MacDonald's right tank ruptured 'drove straight through the fire 'and spent of the York ...... 21 IS .513 Nb St. Louis ...."., 24 if Sin >
AngeJeI. Cincinnati f.Philadelphia Maybe they should make a long haul of the race itself. part season in Minnesota .....24 11 .57'1 2''a Mitwavke .,..23 20 JOS 3
lot l Robinson., f. upon impact and the more careful study of containers without hitting anything, ,in the the'minors. His lifetime record ::i veUnd ..... 19 16 .5.Q 4 Pittsburgh .,,. 23 20 435 9Cincinnati
AJIefI BATTED IN Fritz Duesenburg, chairmanof I novel four-wheeWrive Boston ........2e 21 .... f ....2e 20 40 4'j
RUNS spraying fuel exploded, sendinga Fergu- against the Yankees ..... .... JO 23 .461 4
Mays San Francisco. 42: Bover. St. too for fuel rather than rush in the Speedway Technical is 2813. Detroit 11 22 .450 TVi Los Angeles. .,..
31 Torre. Milwaukee. 31J How.rd.loot wall of flames 20 feet into the ** ,son-Novi. Washington ... If 27 .4U 2S. Houston .. .. 21 21 .457.,. Chi
ls. to a ban of .. Chicago It 22 4V*
gas.
21itargell. Committee said Angeles 1. 21 J44 )Ili
291 Williams. Chicago. Saturday night
uro air. The Lotus-Ford bid ended abruptly The Mets said the purchasewas Kansas City ... U 16 jso 11Hew York .. 14 30 Jit 12VjYtslrtfay
"1"bu::' M1. A -T, Foyt winner *f th$5UU.JUU the r'l-'r,-- ttw WOI.1It JnPPt -
G J J after a hri11!irt start. on a cnnditional basis. To Ktsvits

.,...! Houston. 71. JTSi MarkhaL San Gasoline as a fuel returned to Memorial Day (1ass in September and possibly the [Clark, 1963 world road racing ,make room for Lary, the Mets rieveUnd: Yesterdays Washington Ravens I New York a. San Francisco 2St
Francisco 7-1. Mil Bruce. Houston. 4-1. the Speedway for the first time said he would run with C'1 question of banning gasoline Minnesota I.;Boston 3 Look 7. CinclnnatI 1
+ JHJl Gibson Si. Louts 41..100; tt. I champion started in the No. 1 are expected to send a young rhicag It Detroit 4 Los Angeles 10. Pittsburgh. S
taster Milwaukee, ..2. J54. in many years in 1963. A methyl fuel anyone else was would be considered. :spot 'on his record qualifying pitcher to the minors. Haw Jatnmort York aV f.Us Kansas Ansel City to 1.Ilf'gth twilight Chicago Pbu.delJjh'It 4-t Milwaukee Houston J-t L> ItIgftv (


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1 FS U Can' Cope With Foot-Baseball Technique



When Florida State and Florida drew the ground rules ..-
up foot on home plate for the run.
la fact, occasionally the Gators have had basketball
a
for
their intercollegiate athletic back in the
1957 Seminoles
made only ,one mistake as war they prepared to, duel the- That play sort of. made the day for the sun worshipers, player slip Into baseball activity against the Seminoles. Bobby, I

Gators in cross country, football, basketball,baseball, track, what few hundred of them there were at Perry Field. In a Shiver and Vennie Pent come to mind quickly..
tennis normal educational system, the game would have drawn a
swimming golf. 1! i' f It could be that the Gators just like to beat FSU in
i FSU r packed house of 2,000 or more. But this is trimester and_ the any
should
have put in a clause tar prohibit the Gators'use onlookers scattered. sport so much that they all want to help in alL
of football players during the baseball season. were
It's Almost as well-scattered as FSU victories over Florida have It wouldn't be surprising one day to see a UF swimmer
as simple as that. The behind of Florida'sfinest
reason many
been. provide the victory for Florida in a baseball game played
1 victories over the Garnet and Gold on the diamond. \ in the rain. What else?

Long before UF first baseman Tom Shannon "leap-frogged" It may be recalled that after the Parrish-Shepherd incident "'-

the Gators to victory Friday afternoon at Perry Field, FSU Tallahassee, the father of the injured FSU player invaded
This foursome is of
expected to provide plenty punch'at the
had felt the stamp of Orange and Blue gridders .,clothed in Florida's dressing room after the game. He was understand-
baseball garb. plate. ably indignant and incensed over the play. A ZENITH STEREOIS
back Shannon's it
Getting leaping act Friday was totally
Who can forget the series in Tallahassee back in 1956. That's He picked up a glass of water and tossed it into Parrish's
unexpected. But it smacked somewhat of the kind of thing
the year Bernie Parrish, now a standout defensive halfback that has made all UF-FSU athletic endeavors just a bit face to vent his anger. Parrish, who can play ,like a demon AN IDEAL GRADUATION GIFT
for the Cleveland Browns, was an outfielder for the Gator possessed the field of athletics is a true gentleman off.
nine. "extra. He laughed and that's all she wrote. The incident was closed. ANYONE WLL BE PROUD TO OWN.


Home Plate to HospitalParrish He- Took the High i Road UF Has Something GoingThere 'D MAIN 608 NWUUn .ST.


Here was catcher Ken Suarez waiting with the ball the will be many more UF-FSU baseball games in the
tried to score from second base on a hit to the out-. "WE GIFT WRAP OUR SALES"GAINESVILLE'S
base path blocked. Here came Shannon. Unlike Parrish in his years ahead. It would seem the Gators have something going
fielder. He was cut down throw but Seminole catcher
by a
didn't reckon with Parrish's duel with Shepherd, Shannon chose the high road. He vaulted for them as long as they have a football player, two or three LARGEST ZENITH DISPLAY
competitive urge. right over the thunderstruck Suarez and came down with a spilling over into baseball each spring.
Shepherd had the ball the base path blocked and was

waiting. Parrish didn't. He hit the FSU player as U it were an

opposing end in a football game. Shepherd was belted from ,
home plate right into Tallahassee Memorial Hospital with a Bayer Holds Stroke Lead GOING TO CAMP?

brain concussion. He also parted company with the ball en

route. Parrish was safe, the Gators scored, went on to win. IT'S Jimmie Hughes For:

In 1957, Parrish tore a cast off an injured hand to pinch hita '

I tying run and then homered for the winning tally. For Speedway Open Boys Girls

With that as a start, and helped along by such folks as FinalsI Shorts, Tee Shirts Shorts

I Perry McGriff, Mickey Ellenburg, Billy Booker, Don Fleming, I Sweat Suits Bermudas Jamaicas
I Doug Partin, Charlie Smith,;Don Ringgold and now Shannon, By CARL C. CRAFT at the 66 I ,had on the second sudden-death playoff winner in" ,
I the UF has been uncommonly rough on FSU's generally tremendous Associated Press Writer round." the Palm Springs Classic. Shoes, Socks Shirts, Sweat Suits

r baseball teams.Things INDIANAPOLIS (AP) It is! Shaw, 25, Portland Ore., saida Rosburg has not won this season Tennis Rackets, Balls Shoes, Socks

big casino time Sunday for pros II IIin victory "would be a delightful but has earned $11,295 thus, Presses, Covers Tennis Rackets, Balls,

May Get WorseNot the $70,000 Speedway Open way to celebrate my first anniversary far.Grouped Utility Bags Tank Trunks Presses, Covers,
Golf Tournament and sound- on the tour." at 207 are 1962 cham-
Poplin Wind Breaker Tank Suit Poplin Wind
counting yesterday's double-header, the tally stood -7i' alikes George and He had ,
Bayer Gary the best third roundin pion Billy Casper, Art Wall and
for the Gators, also 'not including meetings in the NCAA DIS- Player-among those with the ,Jackets Break Jackets
a tourney, a 66 that cameon Harold Kneece.
trict 3 event at Gastonia, N.C. corner on the chips as they seven birdies and two bogies. From an original field of 149
At one time the Gators built a 7.1 lead in the series, mostly Jimmie Hughes
move 2-8212
FR
into the finl 1113 W. Univ.
i' Jacobs
Co. round-ap- has been a steady per- pros, 62 survived the final cut at
thanks to Parrish McGriff and
Fleming
,
Seminoles before they get peared to be playing the hottest former as he chased his second 214 one stroke over par-for
Things may get worse for the hands. victory of the tour. He was a Sunday's final round. North Central) Florida's Most Complete Sporting Goods Store
have Shannon
better, if ever. Next year's Gator nine will again I _.
However --
hunch - ----- -
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an eye on Bob Shaw, a young .'.. v,0' ;'o: ,, r.o.,2y: ., x:A.ri:,,.;,>. Cr..a""\ ; : ;':,F: '. .% 2' 'Si'. = I
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racing ._., ,, '. .
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cw1 immortal Wilbur Shaw, ini- ,. .c .y ,tf 11k
s A 9P r "v tiated his pro career in this i

I- +xr tourney last year and has yet 1

s.M1 tour.to earn ,that first dollar on the

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f Bayer, a one -

with a three-round total of 205,

seeks his first victory in four

years as play is resumed Sun-

dy after a day's suspension.

Saturdy's 48th Indianpolis 500 ''% :+
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mile i.Q
race. Q: x >,d d'k ,
) ,' ..,: '.Xe ., .N.vi 3P M ; }:='{a Player says he believes he & is "
I Ii can rebound from his hard-luck !'0-9St.. .L .7:r&> .. .:F is4rL. r. .> 9 {3 ao. t. u t@' Y y) .r
vefiv. fy:1Y: t. > l .t y .
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streak on Friday when he cl nr 'x ; p
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II BERNIE PARRISH AND TOM SHANNON ill to settle for a 54-hole four-way

I uu?_... went a.&o),ifY li, the other low,. and "FSTT lost .. tie for second with Shaw, Bob
Rosburg and Tommy Jacobs at LOOK

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'I Crossover Games "w."Nerves, nerves, nerves if I '.: .. .HWe

ever there was a tourney whenI

should be four strokes ahead

.1 of the field, it's this one," Player
Mark Church Play said. Have MOVED to 2001 N.W. 13th St.


"Man, it's pure agony to
r Wesley Methodist downed and J. Smith. watch that ball come so close

Highlands Presbyterian 16-4, LDS 043 6&-19) so many times and refuse to fall Formal Grand Opening -June 18th .

it" Parkview Baptist beat Grace 1st Presby. 200 16- 9 8 into the cup. Sure, I finished

\1 Presbyterian 9-1 and North Groover and Ham; Fletcher er with a 70-same as the first day/

Central'Baptist won from South- :and Hudson -but just a little more concen- ,

fJI( side Baptist 9-4 in Church First Baptist 108 030 3-15 20) tration and I could have staved I II t.t

League games Friday night on Calvary 001 222 07 14 I

\\4 Field No. 2. Powell, Snell and Combs,
,
',* In contests on Field No.1, .'"
cowry; Gibson and Purdy. Eagles Swap .
Saints downed First
Latter Day .
Kanapaha 113 020 40-11 14 sa I f

Presbyterian 19-9, First Baptist First Methodist210 420 21-12. 14 ',,
won from Calvary Baptist Ted Dean For
Kalch and 'sf
1 Methodist had Jones, Kenyon; Log :
and First i.
15-7
gins and Halsey, Summers.CITY ."A ',_ i- G '
to go extra innings to nip Xana4 -
I II '4
Five i'
paha Presbyterian 1211. These LEAGUEW L Pet. Vikings :
and do Budweiser 10 1 .900 :
were crossover games
G'ville Wings 7. .434
not count in league standings. Schlitz 3. J73 I PHILADELPIA (AP) -The I
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r Buford Scott and Edwin An- Guy Cleveland THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE 2 1 %22 I Philadelohia Eagles of the National ( K
Tuesday Football have !t
League
led with three
drews Wesley
7:30. Budweiser vs, Schlitz; t. Wings
hits each while M. Walker, D. vs. GUY Cleveland Thursday 1:34,: pulled off their fifth trade under ; : :
SchUtz vs. Wings !. Budweiser vs. Guy
Coach Joe Kuharich and
Marlines, P. Manglue and J. Cleveland. new ,
BUSINESS LEAGUE he indicates there are more to
L Tate had two safeties. (Division I) I
'r Usher and Young had a pair Gainesville Livestock W 4 L 1.157 Pct. I come.

of hits for Parkview which got Utility Department 5 J .714 The Eagles Friday sent full-' ::
Hlv-Tampa I .447
seven runs in the third inning. .CWA '3 J71 back Ted Dean to the Minnesota -II
for the lost Post Office ::1:1: .500
hits -
Bolton had two Publlx :I. .429 Vikings in a six-player

t ers. Sunny Road Und Prison.Packing t l', .143.143: deal. They also gave up rights,I .

B. Norwood had four hits in (DIvtSiM II) to quarterback Bob Berry of ,

as many tries to lead North RadiatorHoward's wLPd.Fume 0 1Gal"UIe .00o I Oregon University, a future

j Central Baptist. L. Kitchenshad TV Gas S: 2 1 .714 JJ3 I drafted 11th by the Eagles last i
three hits for Southside. ;Penn Chem J 2 boo. December. I
doubles and :Sunland Training Center 3:1.500: 1 1 ,
had two
J Norwood Medical Students 2 S .ZM, i iI z'y '
In return the Eagles got Y t
Kitchens a triple. General Electric 1 5 .147 pass
Smith Sinclair 0 7 .000 I defensive
receiver
Larry Groover and J. Hopkins THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE Ray Poage r 1.tkt44.
Temerrew end Don Hultz and defensive
had four hits each for ':30 ft1'
Hav-A-Tampa vs. Howard's TV backs Chuck Lamson and .. l'
LDS. Groover doubled and tripled I I. Gainesville Gas vs. Road Prison; Terry
t'JO. Pvblixvs./ GE Field No. l; ':JO. Kosens: !
while Hopkins doubled and h eland/ Training Center vs. Sunnyland. ;
t, Med Students i _
vs. Utmty Dept 4:34Post
homered. Red Dulaney had a Office vs. Penn Chem Field No. 2W..y Kuharich, who has traded off i I
I double and single for Fir s t seven players and acquired 13
4:30. Publlx '
j _
vs. Med Student; L 1' r .R 1 P b. .
Presbyterian.David Howard TV vs. CWA; *:30. GE vs. since taking over Feb. 28, said i -

,, Bristowe had 'four. hits Utility,. _...Dept.vs D.Field..... Chem No.i 1;4 'Smith:30 Hay.I Sn.. he hoped to make at least one: F ? > '4

for First Baptist while J. Cools ,iunnyland;ia''G.iill'L: vs.;Fulps Radiator ve-tort, Field; ,No.:30.I more trade before the Eagles i I r 4. v

by matched that for Calvary. 2- Thursday open training in July. He said -

Goolsby had one double. S. Cul :30L Road Prison vs. Med Students there Is a specific player he I s .,. t5'
breath had three doubles fo r t.vs.Fulps Sunland.vs.Field Publlx No; 2.':30 Utility Dept would like to acquire, but declined -

First Baptist, Perry ,McGriff Sa- to identify him by nameor : y'a
4:30. Sunland vs. CWA; IL GatnesviUe -
homered and Snell had a triFle Livestock vs. GE, *M Smltn Sin position. s .. K: bti ;D aK,
clair vs. Hav- 'Tlm", Field No. 2. .
JThe ,
and two singles. -
CHURCH LEAGUE Kuharich and MinnesotaCoach
Jamerson had four hits for (Divis*. I). Van .
Norm Brocklin
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Kanapaha in an extra-base Latter Highlands Day Presbyterian Saints '4 3 2 1 ,100.600 agreed that the key men inl B. & G. Motor Company, Gainesville Cadillac and Oldsmobile dealer, have moved from their old -- ---
feast of two doubles
and home run. ,Cake,had a triple two First Kanapaha Baptist Presbyterian :3 3 2 2 MO.600 Hultz.Fridays deal were Dean and Downtown location to this steel and glass pavilion at 200} N.W. 13th Street (U.S. 441)) ; and can now M
Norm Central Baptist 1 3 -430 I
doubles and a single and Paul Grace Presbyterian 0 S ..000 serve you with the most modern automotive facilities in Northwest Florida. Watch for our Grand Opening
(Dlvliellll)

For Good a First single Methodist and home, which run. First Parkview Methodist Baptist WLPd.4 S .1 1.000 JOO Too Many Aces j Ij I Announcement, but come see us anytime we're growing with Gainesville.

tied with two in the bottom of Southside Baptist 3 .500 In His j
Wesley Methodist I .400 Family j
the seventh and won with an- First Presbyterian 23.400 ,

other In the eighth, Mull had Calvary THIS SCHEDULEi. .000 LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP-R.i
a triple, two doubles and a sing- Frtdsy
J. Cassidy had thought he'd
'
':30 North Central Baptist vs. First goolfing
and Summers had three sing Methodist! .. First Baptist vs. FIn Memorial but'
Presbyterian; t:3Q, Kanapan Presby ; on Day CADILLAC \ ,,'
\ > Guaranteed
I' les. tartan vs. Parkview Baptist Field No. 1; he has changed his mind. i
: Highlands 040 OO7 7 '4:30. LOS vs. Wesley Methodist; .. ,
Welsey 413 08-16 15 4 tlsta Grace f:3fl.Presbyterian Highlands vs.vs. Southside Calvary Field Bap This week his son Don rushedin and k.MOTO1, Ca CarrOLDSMOBILE

Alexander and Lee; Yates and NO.L with the news that he had! mIC.Used|

Sanchez. sunk a hole-in-one In a high I

Grace 010 000 0-1 6 3 school junior varisty match. I II Factory

,t Parkview 207 000 x-9 91 The entry fee for the U. S. I The next day Bob, a 14-year-, SALES Trained

, Whitehouse and Myers; Campbell Women's Open golf champion- old Cassidy son, came borne,

Bryant and Broyles. ship is $15 this year. The tournament with a success story. He had SERVICE NEW LOCATION-2001 N.W. 13fh ST.

t North Central 311 022 0-9 13 5 : is set for July, 9-11 at made an ace on the same hole,!!) Mechanc!

t I' Southside 102 000 1-1 93' 'the San Diego Country Club. same course, a 216-yard, downhill -' PHONE 376-7515 '

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i AP-Grin- In winning his second 500, the! Three Lotus-Fords in the 33- I

t ning and grimy, 500-mile champion handsome Texan, a leader oj f: car starting field dropped out .r Sg ST. LOUIS (AP-Ken Boyer

i A. J. Foyt exulted in Vic- the conventional front-engin: during.the grind ending hopes g r .t'. slammed a home run and a triple -),
> p J I
Offenhauser set in its battl.
tory Lane at the IndianapolisMotor of that faction to improve on i s F.2 i xI driving in three runs, as
against new rear-engine cars, the St. Louis Cardinals clobbered -Ii

Speedway that "we watched most of that threa: the second-place finish of Scot ; ." the Cincinnati Reds 7.1

. .' planned the race just like it vanish as the hectic, wreck land's Jimmy Clark last year. Saturday.Dick I ONI WEEK ONLY I

J went." i'i marred battle progressed. "Well I'd say they got i Groat collected three

fooled," a beaming Foyt replied ] hits, including a single preceding -

when asked about the troublesof Boyer's first-inning homer
,'
Zwelak Leads the low-slung cars. t1 and a double and triple that,

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Here to : s opened scoring innings.
Stay 7 _
fr dii 1 Ernie Broglio blanked the I
"And I think that we're hereto
I' Reds after Gordy Coleman's:
stay," the 1961 Indy winner
f fourth '
homer in the second in-
Villanova Team added as he pointed out that rein g. The Cardinals i YOUR OlD I TIRES

had referred to his t k
some con Zi it er right.hand-I
now 3-4. gave up
ventional roadster as'an antique
r.! It was his first I
victory this
in the wake of the rearengine'revolution. m .. 13 t 3 month in six starts. I
To Track TitleBy d"fit"
I Curt Flood singled home the I

"All I can say is the antiques I" third St. Louis run in the fifth I

have made me a lot of and the Cardinals wrapped upl I
BOB GREEN State 16, Yale 16, Manhattan 15. money,
Foyt added. the contest with three
VILLANOVA Pa. (AP-Dur, Penn 14 and Colgate 13. runs
I l
able Vic Zwolak scored a difficult Rolando Crux also of Villa Of seven Ford-powered cars ra against loser Sammy Ellis in I 2
the sixth. TO
double, winning the three. nova soared to 16 feet, 3% inch- entered, the only one running at I $4
,. Groat began the sixth with a
mile run and the 3,000-mete()()( est in a successful defense o f the end of the race was the A.J. I
double and with
followed
steeplechase Saturday while his pole vault title. It was a Watson car piloted by two-time Boyer

leading Villanova to its fifth meet record, bettering his 15-'7 500 winner Rodger Ward, who Derby Inspection his triple. Tim McCarver singled

t straight IC4A track and field V of a year ago and an upsetof finished second more than a in Boyer and later scoredon I THE PRICE OFAH

championship. LaSalle's John Uelses, who lap behind the 29-year-old Foyt. Mike Holder and Buddy Barnes, from left, show Broglio's ground out after

Zwolak, a 25-year-old ex-Ma cleared, 16-%. The stocky Foyt made two pit Windy Wilkerson, right, how they're coming alongon Carl Warwick doubled. REGULAR

rine and the Wildcat captain, Cruz failed three times at 16-5 stops for fuel, and said his crew their Tropical Pontiac derby racers for the event CINCINNATI ST. LOUIS

won the three-mile in a meet just brushing off the bar with had planned the race that way here July 18. Yesterday was an inspection day at Rose 2b brhbt 3010 Flood cf abrhbi 4011 TIRE IN STOCK

record 13 minutes, 53 seconds, his chest on his final try. to keep the fuelload light and the Boys' Club. (Sun photo by Tommy Lewis). Pinson Harper cf If 3000 4010 Croat Clemens ss If 4230 3000,

i then came back less than 40 The only other meet record increase speed. Coleman' 1b 4 1 1 I fcBuchek ss 0100,I
Robinson rf 4 01 0 Boyer 3b
minutes later and took the test. set was the 5M% triple jump "Instead of Cardenas ss 4 0 2 0 White 1b 32231 30 0
losing speed as
in 9:25.7.It by Harvard's Christian Ohiri Center Edwards c 4000 McCarver c 4 1 1 11
ing steeplechase in
more fuel would have caused, Shopping Boros 3b 4010 Warwick rf 4 1 2 1
Friday's qualifying round. The Ellis p 2 0 0 Javier 2b
was the steeplechase In he said, "we felt we would be aKeough 1000 Brogllo p
which the Wildcats finished first distance stood up as the winning better off stopping twice." '. cSk McCool inner p 0000 1000 2010//

second and fifth, that put Villa- jump. Tatals 341 11 Totals 30

nova out of reach of threaten Sub-Par Striking Wife Chesnut's Score for a_Groat Struck!.out, 7th for; Grounded Ellis in 7th; out b- 'I

ing Harvard. McCool In ,,".

Earl Homer picked The soft-spoken Foyt was met Cincinnati ...... ....... .. lit lOG 000- .
45 Points up some in victory lane by his striking St. Louis .................. 200 Oil Iflx 7 are Just a few
of the slack left in the Villanova .. Gainesville Shopping Center! Cartes Hope Chesnuts St.l 1
E-None. PO-Cincinnati 24-10,
Villanova finished with 45 point production by No elroll's Car tonne wife, Lucy scored a makeup 5-1 win ove Jones cf abrh all r II Louis 27-4. DP-Edwards and Boros. LOB I great savings from one t
0 0 0 J.Bianchi 310<< -Cincinnati I. St. Louis S.p :
points, Harvard with 26%. Other sub par performance in Between kissing his wife and Kirkpatrick & Pierson Friday in: Denny cf 3 2 2 T. Bass 41 2B-Boyer. Warwick, Cardenas 2. SB-I
leaders in the field of 51 ,the half mile and added nine Donaldson rf 0 0 0 R. Bass 320S34 Boyer, Groat, Javier. HR-Boyer, of the "TOP 4" makers :
the Speedway's beauty queen a Rebel League game at. City, Smith rf lio Tomlinson man. SB-Boros. S-Broglio. SF- COIe-1 ,.
teams competing in bright sun- points with a winning :20.9 in Cor photographers, Foyt pushed Park. The contest was postponed L. Bishop If 10 2 F. Bianchi 533 IP H R ER 1 w
Joe Poison 3b Ducan Ellis 43.2 ..... a/ 6
light in this 88th edition of thenation's the 220 and second in the 100 at away the traditional bottle of from May 19. C. Register 2b 3 1 2 21 0 Wheeler 543 200 AcCool ,.. 2 2 1 1 1 O1rogllo ,, *
oldest track fixture :09.8 beaten in a photo finish Brown C 21 1 Walton 020<< W, 3J f 7 1 1 2 61 20 MONTH GUARANTEE AJ
milk and told his ,
crew, "I need Boag ss 41 1 Dennis Wooly 3 1 2 u-Landes. Sterner Barlick Donate!!!
were Morgan State 20, Penn by Colgate's Sam Amuksun in some water-I don't want that." In another makeup Midget Hale pJames 21 0 D. Wooly 301 -2.37.. A-11.051.
League fray, Chesnut's outlasted Ib 2 2. _

[ 9.7.Carroll, who has under His curly hair plastered to his Carlos Hope Electric 17 -1 4 l TotalsChesnut's 2214......f....Totals...... 553 32 OUt 1713-1! 9 I

f.f.Tech Slates 1:47 in a relay this gone spring has head by sweat, he congratulated in a National League clash a Carlos Hope REBEL...*LEAGUE....*... 050 801-1 I: Milt Pappas 2 13 WITH

been bothered by a throat infection I each member of his crew. Kirby Smith. Shopping Center KlrkpatrickPiersoaab for TUK
r h a b r h
f 14 at HomeATLANTA for a week and obviouslywas Gaiety vanished once-when Three runs in the third and T.Rafty R'gr. 310 2 0 1 Casey Pelt :3 3 0 0 1 1 Hurls Birds

not at his best. :a newspaper extra was handed two in the fourth won for Shop- T.Rnsbg.Stuart : 4 3 3 s. Mote 2 0 II I

The big Irishman was second J him as he sat on the back of ping Center. Mead horn D. 1 2 2 D. Beach 2 0 II I
(AP) Georgia Greg Mead 3 2 2 Abrams 3 0 II I
to Tom Farrell of St. John's in Wiest 2 2 1 Leopard 1 0 0 Past 4 2519
Tech playing its first year as I his white racer. He glanced at ered for the winners in the: Large 2 1 0 Freeman' 4 2 3 Angels I

an independent will have 14 1:49.5. Carroll made a big try tt j his smile vanished and he fourth. Losing hurler Wayne, Cooper 0 0 0 Mallard 1 0 0 I for

home basketball games next on the final turn but was abouta I turned to his wife with an almost Casey fanned 12 while winning Farrell Sherman 1 1 0 0 0 0 Mokler Davis :3 1 0 1 c LOS ANGELES (AP) Milt'appas I

season. yard back in 1:49.6. i: imperceptible shake of his pitcher Roland Stuart whiffed Devell Stringer 1 1 0 0 0 0 M.Th'sn Pemberton 1 0 0 0 0 0 pitched i a four-hitter MO x IS twb-fyp* Mackwolf I t

Gary Gubner of NYU, still I lead. 13. Flowers 1 0 0 UTh'sn 1 0 0 and Jack Brandt slammed a 1
The .1964-65 schedule: Holder 0 0 0 Thomas 1. TUBE-TTPE YOU PAY WITH TRADE-IN
bothered long session of 1 two-run homer and scored three
by a
TOTALS 21 11 11 Trials: 26 :3 610. 15..2 for 199 4 for al."
Dec. 1, Auburn at Atlanta; arm trouble, failed in is questof It said: "Foyt winner in 500; Chesnut's and Carlos Hope SHopping Center 630 012-12 times Saturday night, leading I 710 x 15..2 for 20-V9 4 for 39.99

Dec. 3, Southern Methodist at a third successive double in achs; MacDonald die." were knotted 13-all after four Kirkpatrick AMERICAN& Pierson LEAGUE 000 021- 3 the Baltimore Orioles to a 6-0 760 x 15..2 for 24.99 4 for 47.99

Atlanta; Dec. 5, Rice at Atlanta I the discus and shot. The 270- innings. The winners then got Baptist D.o.W.ab Univ. City Uons victory over the Los Angeles TUBELESS YOU PAY WITH TUDMM
r h .
ab r h 670. 15..2 for 19 99 4 for
37.99
; Dec. 7, Tennessee at Atlanta 1 pounder won the shot at 59-5%, one in the fifth and three morin e Mk. H'gn2b 302 Helm'>>. H 200 Angels. / 710 II 1.5..2 for 2399 4 for 4S.99

; Dec. 9, Mississippi State at :but was second in the discus to Wagner the sixth to ice the victory. Peck cry 410 21 0 Mclnnls Agulrre Ib 2b 300 21 1 760 x 15..2 for 27.99 4 for 53.99

State College, Miss.; Dec. 19, a 169-10 toss by Harvard's John t Tomlinson had four hits and Murphy Feather If 301 200 Ocas Bengoch, p 321 Right-hander Ken McBride,: 750.100 x 1..2 14..2 for for 2399 19.99 4 4 for for 4S.99 37.99

Georgia at Athens; Dec. 21, William Bakkensen. Leads F. Bianchi and Duncan each Ruffin, 3b 200 Smith, C 321 020 who allowed three runs and sev-, 600 x 13..2 for 19.99 4 for 37.99
Smith, rf 100 Anderson, of hits suffered 650 x 13..2 for 23.99 4 for 4S.99
and Mary at Atlanta; Dec. John Bethea of Morgan State had three for Chesnut's. Smith Kitchens 2 1 Vidal, rf 3b 000 1. 0 en the 13 Baltimore -
Bowl K. Hogan p 2 0 0 Adklsson, i his ninth consecutive loss.1
29-30. Sugar Tournament won the 120-high hurdles in 14.3 and James had two hits apiece Welch. :3b 1. 0 Hipp If cf 1 0 PRORATED ON CURRENT SELLING ,PRICE NOT LIST.
000
) at New Orleans; Jan. 2, Ohio and the Morgan State relay IndiansWASHINGTON for Carlos Hope. Hummel l, rf 000 Brill, 2b 000Mat McBride, the American League I All PRICES PLUS FEDERAL TAX.
Ramerlfe.rfLaMoynejj 100 Thomas 2b 0 0 0 starter in last year's All-Star
!t1J' State at Columbus, Ohio; Jan. team won its second straight Hog'anc 000 El'lTs'"Kb 211 j
6, Sewanee at Atlanta; Jan. 9; hopping Center Kirkpatrlck-Pierson R'ch'dsn. p 100 Ko< John Hart-
mile relay in 3:10.3. AP) Leon Frank p 1 1 1 oias'gme. cf 1 0 0 ciTI ?
Furman at Greenville, S.C. abrh abrh TOTALS 2S 4 TOTALS Day.
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nett of Princeton took the high \Wagner went 5-for-5 includinga Rafferty 3 a 1 Mote 31Large 1 Baptist D.O.W. 210 001-4

Jan. 12, Wake Forest at Atlanta. jump at 66.Wendell j pair of triples and John Romano T. Ralnsbrger 3 3D 01 o Pelt Davis 302 100 Univ. City Lions LEAGUE 022 23x-f Pappas, 4.2r let the Angels get FREE SERVICESWITH

'. Jan. 16, Louisville at Louisville Mottley of Yale suf. I If batted in three runs with tuart 322 Casey 20 0 Fire De D WESTERN U.C. Kiwinis only two runners to second
Ky.; Jan. 18, VMI at At. D. Mead 322 Mallard 200 ab r b ab r h base and struck out four while EACH PURCHASE
red a leg cramp just before a single and his fifth home run WIest 3 0 0 L.Thompson 200 P.Parker If 1 0 0 1
lanta; Jan. 20, Florida State at the end of the 440-yard run but j as the Cleveland Indians Revell 101 Mokler 100 Searles Kerns If IfXombs i 100 0 0 Gillett If 100 walking two. j I Tires rotated Flats repaired
Cooper Leopard Kelley If
Tallahassee Fla. Jan. 23 Ten- 100 300 100 1
; plunged head-first across the snapped a four game losing Ferret 1 0 0 Pemberton 300K. If 100 Searles If 200 Tires mountedEXCLUSIVE
nessee at Knoxville, Tenn.; Jan. Ralnsbger 100 Thomas 100 Weaver rf 400 Holland cf 1 1 0 This was the Oriole right-
1
finish line in a winning 47 seconds streak by beating the Washington Sp'ngf
Stringer 1 0 0 M. E.Thorn'son 100 c 400 Ponzio Cf 300 hander's second shutout victory
25, Mississippi State at Atlanta; flat 1Tvo I Senators 10-2 Saturday. Sherman 109 Butler 2b 401 Perry rf 1 1 0
R. Park. 31 0 Wooten the this month. He
Jan. 29, Arkansas at Atlanta; G. Mead 311 p rf 300 over Angels
Clardy Ib
Totals M S' Totals 31 1 Springfield c :300
22 1 3
Feb. 3, Clemson at Atlanta; Pete Ramos gave up two Kirkpatrick & Pierson ... 100 000-? Dinkins 3b 31 1 Foshee p 3 1 2 beat them 12-0 with an eight-
...... ... David cf 110 Stewart 3b 3 0 1 hitter 15.
J Feb. 5, Phillips Oilers at Atlanta Drivers runs: ,. one of them unearned in hopping Center 003 Reid cf 100 King ?b 300 I May
IALTIMORE LOS ANGELES
; Feb. 9, Georgia at Atlanta; the: first inning and then 1.lIr Llndsty coca Cola Krego cfBrogden cfMillKan 100 000 Shelton Schapirg Ib ss 300 3 1 2 abrhbi abrhbi
ab r h VI ab r ft ss 31 0 Brandt cf 4322 Koppe ss 4010
Feb. 13 North Carolina State at
Killed In breezed to his fifth triumph Hinson 1 0 1 :3ardlner: 41 0 TOTALS 31 S 4 Totals 30 4 S Aparklo ss 5' 2 0 Pearson cf 3000
Raleigh, N.C.; Feb. 15, Florida aver the Senators in six decisions J. Dulaney 3 0 OO'Steen' 21 1 U'CM.' Bt arils 020 300- Bowens If 3141 Satrlano Ib 4000
Batts lOOLuctus 200 I 200 US 4 Powell Ib 5012 Rodgers e 4000
State at Atlanta; Feo. 20, Georgia over the past three sea Lee 2 O1 Shelley 31 0 DIXIE LEAGUE Robinson 3b 4 01 1 Moran 3b 4010
t at Athens; Feb. 26, Auburn T. Dulaney 1 0 Stipanovlch 300 Johnson 4, Faris N*. central Bapf. Kirkland rf 4 0 0 0 Thomas rf 3010,
Race CrashesADENAU sons. CheathaM 200 Reeves 301 a b r b ab r It Adair 2b 4010 Klrkpatr-k If 3 0 0 0
\t Auburn, Ala. install 100 Irensman 300uiV Walsh If 2 0 0 Nixon UPC 3 1 3 Brown e 4020 Knoop 2b 3 011O
i The Senators contributed 200 Jones 100w. MUrphree If 101 Flake p-ss 3 2 appas p I 1 /0 McBride p 1000
McNelllj 210 Cummings 200 Bryant 3b :310 White Cop 1 1 3 aTorres 1000
Germany AP-A) three errors and five of the Hall 100 Riley 100 W. Boles p 301 Horne 3b 2. 0 D. Lee p 0000
Consoles marred Davis 300 Burford 900 Scott p Hi Fender 2b 2 0 0 Smith p 1000 PRINCETON
second fatal crash unearned.
Cleveland I
runs were oothsby 300 Sheffield 1 0Quinn 0 Bent C 311 VP-poglb 11 Newman p 0000TeUls
practice runs Saturday for the Wagner greeted loser Buster 2 0 1 Wood 200 Awbrey ib 410 T'rfctnlb 1 0 0 3f tnt Totals In 31 5th.040a SHOCK ABSORBERS
McBride
Stokes -Fouled out for
ss 1 01 Smttti d 2 1 1
,000-kilometer auto race on the Narum with his first triple in B.eomans McNellis 100 300 Emo ss 31 2 Sails cf 2 0 1 Baltimore ... 110 020 300-1
Gains KO Nueburgring Circuit Sunday. the and Fred Whitfield Totals 211 3 Totals 2t 3Belk 2 Denham 2b 1 00 Brown 3b 2 1 1 Las Angeles ooo aoa ooo-a I
fifth Nobles Jb 1 20 HoffmarUb 1 1 0 E-None. PO-A-B.lmoreLos' An
...
German driver Rudolf Moser followed with a double. Romano Coca Cola LIndsey .... ....... 200 000 010 100 0 0-1-3 C.Llnzm'yr Boles cf cf 2 1 00 1 1 Wood Cavmen If If 2.1 0 g 1 genes OB-Baltimore 274. DP-7,Thomas Los Angeles and 2 for 788Sans

was killed when his Porsche put the Indians ahead 3-2 witha MacLean rf 1 00 Cauthen If 1 0 0 2B-Brown, Bowens 2 Koppe.MMatl.I'
Win in 8th McGUvary: rf 1 10 Geiger rf 2 0 Brandt. SB-Aparicio.:
trials.i off Jim Hannan. IP H
crashed during morning single Leer, R ER '
Liston Gets TOTALS' 2117 TOTALS J ,: 1 1 appas, W 4-2. f 4 0 0 2 1, wear and'kar on car
British driver Brian Hetreed, McBride l_ 1-9.. 5 7 3 3 1 4
CLEVELAND WASHINGTON Johnson & Faris 100 170 f stallation available.FOXHEAD .
NEW YORK (AP-Jose Gonzalez 35, died Friday when his Aston- abrhbi abrkM No. Central Baptist 204 101--10 Do' Lee .. ..,.... 113 5 3 3 0 21Smlm !
..........
12.J. 0 1 t 1
Howser u 5110 Blas'ame 2b 31 1 0
blasted Florentine Fernan- Martin left the course during a OavaUllo d 1101 Kennedy 3D 112 0 600 Fine ewman ,... .. 1 1 0 ( 0
dez in eight rounds Friday night violent cloudburst and over Wagner It 5 3 S Hinton If 4000 Don Demeter, Dave Wicker- U-Smith. Stewart.. HonocMck Runge.T2G7. .
Whltfietd Ib 4 Z 2 2 King rf 3011 A7.251.Golfer
and hollered for a title sham and Bubba Phillips of the
promptly
turned. Smith rf 1.00 Skowron 1b 4 020 DENVER (AP-Sonny Lis-
fight with middleweight champion Ah/Is 3b 5110 Brumley c 4010 Detroit Tigers are members of
Police said Moser, 50, apparently : Romano e' S 13 Lock cf 2010 ton former heavyweight boxing Marlene Bauer Haggewas
Joey Giardello. i Chance H 4120 Valentine cf 2 00 0 champion, was fined $600 Friday the Fellowship of Christian three years old when she
I lost control of his car on Klndall lt> 0 0 0 0 Brinkman ss 2 0 0 0 Athletes. i
Yelling for a shot at the the straightaway just before Brown 20 4011 Narum p 2000 in Municipal Court on swung her first golf club,

champ- after an eyecatchingwin the finish line. The car rammed! Ramos p 5000 Cheney Hannan p p 0000 1000 charges of reckless driving and .A

I television is for the Totals all 14 1 Totals 3121 concealed
on par through a hedge and then spun carrying a weapon.

course. But the 21-year-old around on a nearby parking lot. Cleveland ........ .....0 1M t4 (30_1* The fine and a suspended 30-
Puerto Rican-born New Yorker It finally turned over, pinning wuaHll9t.. ............. JOt lOt tea- 2 day jail sentence were levied by

appears to have a sound case. Moser inside. E-Wagner, Blaslngame Kennedy Val Municipal Judge Dan D. Dia- VISTA
entine. PO-A- Cleveland 27-11 Washington mond who told Liston "You
"I've beaten Hurricane Carter The at the ,
course was dry 274. DP-Howser. Brown and Whit-
Joey Archer, Joe DeNucd time, and the sun was shining field 2; Brown Howser and WhitfteM. have been an idol of mine." I.SlEP
LOB-Cleveland 12 Washington 3. Liston said Thank "
and now Fernandez he said brilliantly. 26-AJv1s. Whitfield. 3fS.-Hower. Wag you. PREMIUM ClEANER
ner 2. HR Romano. SB-DavaliUo. WAX
the Cuban
after stopping contender -
Chance. SF-Davalllio. King Whitfield.IP The 6-foot-l fighter pleaded
on a big cut in 2:25 of H R ERBBSO MOTOR OIL
Major LeagueTo Ramos W 2-3 ... f 1 2 1 2 4 guilty to reckless driving and rrtllIOL
rl the eighth at Madison Square !Narum L. 4-3 .. 4 73332 no contest neither innocentnor
Garden. "Sure I want Giardello Hannan ...-.?. 12-34 4 2 1 1
!Cheney .....31-3:1 3 0 guilty to the weapon 6 qtt.9ft
now. Why not? Who deserves it Be Idle W WP-Harum, Cheney. U-Flaherty Carrigan.
I I charge.The Nov 1
Halter. Hurley. T-2:4 A-1J49. r lrour car
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youngster has a right to holler. city. The five teams will take; I 3
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04 Sunday. May Si. 1964 GolnetrUt 3unV .


[V Gators Top -.- I PHILLIES TOPHOUSTON







I. ,1 Seminoles 5-1 I


PHILADELPHIA (AP-Phil- caught Dalrymple. During the

., adelphia broke a 1-1 tie on argument Bob Bruce was eject.

,Ruben Amaro's sacrifice bunt in ed from the Houston bench.

the seventh inning and went onto The Phillies erupted for three

Two Times : a 5-1 victory over Houston runs in the eigth. Richie Allen

Saturday night as Chris Short singled and scored Johnny Cal.

hurled a six-hitter. lison's triple. Callison continued

J Tony Gonzalez opened the home on Roberts' wild relay

I : I (Continued From Page 01)) and Shannon was beaten by :seventh with a walk, went to throw to third. Wes Covinglra

Creese's single a walk to Tom the throw. But, as FSU catcher :third on a single by Clay Dal- then smashed his sixth homer.
Ken Suarez waited to him
tag ,
:j Shannonandalineshottorightcenter rymple and came' home onAmaro's Short won his third game in

.._ by Bill Blomgren after Shannon ,neatly hurdled Saurezin -: I bunt to first baseman five decisions. The Colts scoredin
a football: maneuver and .::
; : Dave Roberts. the second Bob
he fouled off four two strike on Aspro-
pitches counted the. first UF came right down on the plateto Dalrymple's hit went into monte's double and John Bate-
,
score the second run. short right field, and the Colts I man's sacrifice fly.

As it turned out this was a Infield argued that Bob Lillis' throw to The defeat
run.Blomgren then broke for sec Gator hurler Pendley Beats Out Roller 1 was Don Nottebart's -
necessary run,
ond on the double steal was an Charlie Anderson, after scattering pitcher Don Nottebart at first seventh without a victory.

easy dead duck but stopped three hits in a strong show- Gator Third baseman Don Pendley raced to first base ahead of the throw on an infield roller to deep Luck SavesA HOUSTON Night GalM PHILADELPHIA

short as Shannon tore for the ing for eight innings weakenedin short in Friday's 2-1 Gator win over FSU. Umpire Belbeck called the UF player safe as first baseman abrfcbi abrhblLlllis

plate. the ninth. He walked the first Gary,Nichols stretched for the toss. (Sun photo by Eddie Davis). Pre-Race Roberts 2b 1b 4000 4020 Allen Rota 3b 2b 3110 2000

Seminole shortstop Larry White cf 4000 Callison rf 4111
two FSU hitters and gave wayto
I Bond rf 4120 Covington 114111
Johnson winged the ball home reliefer Adrian Zabala. .. ExplosionINDIANAPOLIS Wynn H 3000 Wine ss 0000
Aspro'nte :3b 4 0 1 0 Gonzalez cf 4 1 1 o
Out on Steal Bateman c 3011 H'nsfn Ib-H 3120
FOR FOUR WINS Friday -Kasko s 2050Dairympioc2Ol 1
t The latter got FSU slugger Nottebart p tOO 0 Amaro ss-lb 2011
; ChristopherAnd Larry Johnson to bounce intoa night only hours before race Jones p 0000Shortp 3000
Totals 30141 Totals 27554
double play with the lead run time-the bad luck that has Houston ................ 111 coo 100-
plagued the Novi team threatened Philadelphia' .. ....... III 000 IJx S
p going to third. He scored as .
I Smith ner E-Roberts. PO-A-Houston 2... Philadelphia
( Saurez, a .400 hitter singled to Bombers Rap BudweiserContinued to become track wide. 27-4. DP-Amaro, Rolas and
Hernisteln NoHebart. Kasko and Rob
I- left. The threat died when a As Novi owner Andy Grana- erts Wine Roles and Amaro. LOB-
ielli and his of mechanics Houston 6, Philadelphia 4.
crew
Lead Mets pinch FSU runner, Bill Bearse, 2B-.lIIjl 2, Aspromonte. 3B-Herrn.
on base for Saurez, tried to steal practiced a fueling exercise, stein, Callison. HR-Covington. S-Alien,
second and was pegged out by ( From Page 01)) Billy Parker and Ron Pinner;I an error and a three-run wild n't hold it. the hose burst spraying explosive Amaro. SF-Bateman, Dalrymple.IP H R ERBBSO.

NEW YORK (AP-Joe Christopher and Williams' double. The final throw on a double play ball hit A large crowd of 1,044 turned methane alcohol throughout Nottebart U 0-7 7130 S 5 3 S
UF catcher Dave Porter. In Friday's twin bill at Clearwater I Jones .......... 2-300000
drove in three runs and The win assured the UF of former Budweiser star three Bomber runs came in the by Bob Erwin. out for the exhibition twin bill. the center of the garage Short. W. 3-2. ... S I 1 3 4
Pelekoudas, Williams, Smith Car
Charlie Smith two the New :
I as the I West St. Petersburg Exchange Bubba Williams tormented the. sixth on a single by Pinner err- Tomlinson had a double and First Game area. man. T223. A10.044.I .

york .Mets whipped San Fran- Club scholarship with a local club in both games. or and double by Bob Kuykendall. -single and Billy Parker two
6-2 for the second straight Budweiser 000 000 0-0 1
cisco each in
ninth victory in 15 sports meetings In the opener he had a single, doubles driving two 21
behind Jack Bombers 103 003 -7 10 0
time Saturday
:
with FSU, not counting results -double and triple as the Bombers runs ,
: Fisher's six-hit pitching. of yesterday's twin bill. won 7-0 behind the one-hit In the nightcap the Bombers A Great Try Barnes and Erwin; Conrad ,and II'

opened with two in the first Williams' KuykendalL
homer came in the
knocked CAME of Tom
Christopher accross SATURDAY FIRST pitching Conard. In the
f Florida Stats Florida added another pair in the first sixth. Center fielder Al Foldsof Second Game
i
Jesse Gonder, who had singled, ab r 0Bearse nightcap he was walked twice,
.. pendley,3b 2 1 0 and four in the sixth. Budweiser Budweiser almost made a Budweiser 000 000 3-3 7 3:
: and Frank Thomas, who was 2b 4 0 hit by a pitch and slammed a
MCBryde,1t 2 1 0 Dunc.n,1f 2 1 0 broke through for three runs remarkable catch of the driveto Bombers 200 024 -8 9 3''
t walked, with two out in the first Howell.p 1 00 Shannon,1b 5 1 1 three-run homer in his last \i iI iI
inning. He brought in Rod Brown.rf 42 2 Montgmry.2b 3 0 1 time: at bat. He was 4-for-5 for in the seventh off Jack Thompson deep left-center getting a McGee and Erwin; Thompson II
Suarezc 311 Btomgren.rf 210 on a single by Bloodworth glove on the shot but he could- and McQuinn.
Kanehl with a sacrifice fly in Nlchols.lb 4 0 1 Porter.c 2 0 1Johnsonss the two games and batted in

the eighth. Augustinecf .310 300 Creese Morcroft,5S cf 201 300 five runs.
Darlen. b 2 0 1
i Smith smashed a two-run Chmlelwskt3b',I' 200 1 0 0 Zabalap. Eggart 3 1 0 0 0Creely 1halhub. Bloop Single Bernie Allen's

homer in the Mets' three-run .If 101 Elliott.p 000 Conard fanned nine and walk- Home Run
Totals MS Totals 2S 4 Sstruckout
fourth. Giants' starter Ron Her- a- for Morcroft in 7th ed no one. The only batter to
( Florida State .... 200 200 01-5 t 0'
bel walked Roy McMillan with Florida __..... ... 100 120 00-451 reach base was Gene Ritch
: two out before Smith connected. E: Zabala PO-A: FSU: 24-10. Florida: !who blooped a single! To left in
24-9. DP: Bearse to Nichols; Bearse to Leads Twins Over
The first run of the inning came Johnson to Nichols; Porter to Pendley to the first inning while trying to Boston o I [ ii

on Thomas' double, a fly out 2B Morcroft.: Brown,LOB Shannon.: FSU:HR 3.; Florida Brown.: 11. I check a swing. ii1.

and an infield out. IP H ERBBSO The Bombers got one in the
Fisher walked one and struckout Creely 3 2.3 2 2 2 V' ST. PAUL MINNEAPOLIS: Versalles score from third on hit for four successive innings,I
first double
Howell (W 604) 4 M 3 1 I 3 1 on a by Williamsand ,
one in evening his record at Zabala (L 2-2) 7 1-3 6 5 2 3 single by Ricky Tomlinson. (CAP) Minnesota erupted for Don Mincher's easy grounder to had trouble in the ninth but got

p 33. Herbel lost his first game HBP Elliott: Duncan (by Creely 23 0) WP 0 :0 Creely 00 They added three in the thirdon five runs in the sixth inning, snap a 2-2 tie. out of it without much damage.He .

Porter. Zabala. U: Batts with Bernie Allen's two run gave up a home run to Stuart I
after winning two. Howll. PB: singles by Al Summerford, Following that, Harmon Kille- I
& Belbeck. T: 2:21. A: 1000. homer capping the frame to his
eighth and of
a pair
Willie Mays got the Giants off SATURDAY SECOND GAME brew home EarBattey's .
singled a run,
State Florida topple Boston 7-3 in a mid-day singles. DAD PASSED THE
Florida
to a 1-0.lead in the first mning brh *>> rh Memorial sacrifice fly drove in

when he tripled and scored as Augustine 201 PendleyJb 400 Long Cracks Day game Saturday.The another tally and Allen hit his Minnesota scored in the first!
Johnson. 55 301 Duncan.lf 303 explosion against young
McMillan dropped Christopher'sthrow Brown.rf 3 00 Shannonlb 2 0 C Dave Morehead enabled Camilo fourth homer of the year. on successive doubles by Bob; SAVINGS TEST!
to the infield. They add- Suarez.c 3 1 2Montgmry.2b 300 Allison and I
Mincher and in the
Rountree.Ib 300 Blomgrenrf 3 0 1 Shot Record Pascual to coast to his seventh Pascual, the first American I
the
ed their other run in seventh '
Porter.c 300 third on Tony Oliva's 11th hom '
ChmlelwskUb 300
of the
victory season againsttwo o1.
as Jesus Alou singled and Reed.2b 300 Elliott.cf 3 0 1 League pitcher to notch win No.

Jim Davenport doubled. DahlenJf 200 300 Morerwoft.Eoqart.p ss 2 322 0 1Renew.P losses. I 7, was touched for six hits the er. -Save now for your J / I

SAN FRANCISCO NEW YORK Totals MIS Totals 2* 2 I Witll'66.31h Morehead should have been first four innings, including LuClinton's Morning Game youngster's "
abrhbi abrhbi Florida State ..._.._. _... 000 001 0-1 out of the sixth with BOSTON. MINNESOTA college /4Q
H only one third homer with ,
1. Hitler 2b 4 0 0 0 D. Smith Ib 4 0 0 0 Florida .... ... ... ... 000 010 I-i a ala h iii all r h 111 fund CUSIIITWI
._ Snider cf If 4 4000 1 t A Condor Kanehl 2b a 4110Cepeda 4120 E: ,Ranew. Reed.' PO-A: FSU: 18-8, LOS ANGELES (AP) The run scoring. But Dick Stuart's man on base in the fourth. Jones Bressoud 2b ss 5010 4000 Oliva Versa lies rf ss 4111 4110
Mays
t I Florida: .7lDP: Morcroft to Mont- low throw to the let Zoilo I hadn't Comgharo If 3 0 2 Allison
.u Ib 3000 Thomas If 3220 record keepers might as well plate Pascual who given a cf 2 2 1 0V'trze'skl
Mailer 4000Christop'rrf3Ol 3 I II oomery to Shannon; Reed to Johnson to cf 4 0 0 Mincher Ib 3112
c
7 Hart 3D 4000 Hickman cf 4011 Rountrw. LOB: FSU: 4. Fluids' 8JB wait awhile before rewriting the Stuart Ib 4111 Klllebrew 1/4111
I J. Alou rf 3130 McMillan ss 2 1 O. : Duncan. HR: Suarez. SF: Shan- record books on shotputter Dallas Malzone 3b 4110 Battey c 3001 Federal
D'venport ss 3 0 1 1 C. Smith 3b 3 1 1 2 ;non. Clinton rf 4132 Allen 2b 4122 Guaranty Savings
'' Herber p 1000 Fisher p 3000 IP H R ER IB 'I Long. Tillman c 4010 Coryl 3b 4000 ,
aM. Alou 1000 Renew (L 7-2) 138 2 1 2 fE Dodgers Romp Morehead p 1 0 0 0 Pascual p 3000

bKuenn Perry p 0000 1000 oart (W f-4) 7 5 1. 1 0 1 Strapping Dallas has done it aMantilla Spanswick p 1000 0 0 0 0 I
HBP: Augustine (by Eggart) T: 2:13A bWilliams 1000
Shaw p 0000 again-broken the world record. & loan Association
Totals 32 2 0 1 Totals 30 < SaLined i : 1.W5Florida Totals 34 1 0 1 Totals 31 7 7 7
out for Herbel in 5th b- I State Florida Performing in the Southern Grounded out for Morehead In 7th;
Lined out for Perry In 7th. abrh '" b-Struck out for Spanswick In Oth.
I San Francisco .....-.... 100 000 100-1 I Reed.Jb 3 00 Creese.2b-lf 4 1 9 Pacific AAU track and field Past Pirates Boston ..............._.. 000 200 001- 1 of Gainesville
New York ....... ....200 300 Olx-4 ,Auaustme 400 Duncan.lf 3 0 t'I I meet Friday night at Occidental Minnesota .............. KI ooj OOx- 7
McCMIIIan PO-A-San Francisco 24- I McBrvde.lf 4 0 1 Shannon. Ib 311
11 New York 2710. DP-FIher. McMil I Nichols. Ib 2 1 0 Porter.c 300 -I I College, Long tossed the 16- I E-Jones. PO-A-Boston 24-11; Minnesota -
_____ 220 NORTH MAIN ST.
lan and D. Smith Perry. Davenport and Blomgren.rt :3 0 2iohnson.ss u 277. OP-Allen, Versalles and Minch- PH. FR 2-8495
Crpeda. LOB-San Francisco. 4, New Wllcoxrf 300 300 Eqaart.cf 301 pound I ball 66 feet, 3& inches."I PITTSBURGH (AP)- Maury' LOS ANGELES PITTSBURGH er; Mincher. Versalles and Pascual;

L York 2B -3. Christopher. Thomas Davenport Suarezc 3 0 1 aMontgmry.2b 1 0 0 think it was a good.put, but Wills led the Los Angeles Dodgers IS abrhbi 4332 Schofield ss abrkbiWills 4 1 1 2 7 Bressoud, Minnesota,'Jones 4. and Stuart. LOB-Boston Free Parking; In Rear Drrve-ln Window
ChmielwskUb Pendlev.3b 402 [ also think I do GIlliam 3b 4 2 3 Vlrdon cf 4011 2BConlgllarollison, "A FEDERAL SAVINGS INSTITUTION"
I 3&-MayS. HR-c. Smith. SB KatehLI can better on their best offensive display Mincher Ver
Christopher. b Bearse Morcroft.ss 200 Werhas 3D 1000 Clemente rf 4 0 2 0 salles. HR-Oliva, Clinton, Allen, Stuart.
IP H R ERBBSO c Brown Anderson.p 400 I observed Long.It of the year in a 10-3() romp W. Davis cf 4 2 2 2 Stargel If 4020 SF-Battey. "Chartered and Supervised by
Herbel. L. 2-1 ....4 4 3 3 2 3 7.*>'..D Parker cf 1000 Burgess c 4010 IP H R ERBBSO
fractured
the the
listed
markof United States Government"Each
..... over.the. Pittsburgh Pirates T. Davis If 3112 Bailey 3b 4000
Perry ._. ', 2 2 0 0 0 2 Totals 21 1 2 TrtMs 30 2 8 I MoreheadL3..44 7 7 1 5
Shaw..... ..... 2 2 1 1 0 2 _roun J..4 out for E-.rf In 7th 65-10&,which Long set in Los Saturday.The Fairly Ib 4100 Clen'e'n Ib 4110 :ipanswlck ...... 2 1 0 0 2 Ci
J Howard rf 4000Maz'skl2b 2000 I Pascual, W. 72 _. Account Insured
Fisher. W. 3-3 2 1 1 1J 3 3 3 Up To $10,000.00
"-r n fnf 1I1'-7. In fh Angeles May 18 1962 and the McMullen rf 0 0 0 0 Alley 2b 2000 ,
U-Napp
drove Rice
u-Secory. Burkhart. Sudol. Pryor. T- ':_.. h.. fnr rvi_M In 9th whe Dodgers Pittsburgh Roseboro c 3021 Law p 0000 :2.22. A Stevens Valentine. 7//
J ....,... '"'M thrown out, 1 distance he has pending of 65- starter Vern Law from Torborg c 2000 Priddy p 1000 -20,551. -- ---------
" PWl "'Vll- Trac'ski 2b 1101 aFreese 1000Drysdale
t' I CInl.I St.- 11% which he reached last
Coca-Cola ..._,...." -"-" the mound before he had retired p 4000 Green p 0000
c. M,4t ., Rd. "'... .... 1>".- I month in the same Occidental a batter in the five-run bMota Face 0100 0000

;:;..,24. Flnrtd.je PjiCt..tq t' i fn p t-r'. ....tVorcroft J putting ring. first inning. They added three Totals M 1(111 Totals p 33353 Brand Names Week.
j' IofP GainJunior Suari! Three weeks at Fresno a Struck out for Priddy In 5th; b- -
t* Creeee to Sh--' fMoreren ago :more in the fourth, and Wills Walked for Green In 7th; c-Struck out ;
'n 1o Shannon SA! Pn4tO' I Calif., the 22-year-old post graduate socked for Face !.. tt Buy a leadership brand I _, :
a two-run homer in the -
ilompren. FP.frbon. 5: Duncan Ree
Wins 1 LOB:FSA 1 derjtal student at the I eighth. Los Angeles l ............. SaO 30* .2S-10 This is the
\\ IP If. EBW ,* 1 University of Southern California Pittsburgh ................ 000 000 __ 3 perfect time to select: a new I 7.sutNllersuitandhar.eftreadykwear .
S I 2 2 S In addition to the homer, his
Mowell (CM)
I'I I had a put of 66-7%. But. E-Clemente. Stargell. P<>A-t..os An- : J ;
31 1 S
t
Coca-Cola downed Belk-LJnd- nderson (W 5-2) irst of the Wills had two 274 27-13. LOB-Los Angeles -
I r.hala t 1 0 0 0 fVP. j track experts doubt it will be : year, geles 6, Pittsburgh Pittsburgh I. on the first warm day.The famous Hart 9 F _
3-1 and Knights of ,.. and three stolen bases. .
sey f singles
Pythias:I _ll. *"' : P r. U: Batts 2O Gllliam. T. Davis 3B-W. Davis
]recognized if submitted because Schaffner & Marx
edged United Commercial Travelers ..ibertt. T- 93. *! '7G. Don Drysdale picked up his Schofield. HR-Wills. SB-Wills 3, SF- Trumpeter label is fi
the ring didn't meet Tracewskl T. Davis. infallible
an guide to what is in '
correct .
J 4-3 in Junior League baseball sixth victory against four de- : '
at Harris Field Fri "_"_ ,,11 T 1'1'" specifications. IP H R ER BBSO fashion. to superior tailoring. to i
games I[eats, but it wasn't all smooth Drysdale W. M .. 5 3 3 2 J1t
xLaw U. 25 ..... 0 4 4 4 0 0 dollar! .for-dollar value. These the 't
for the are
day.Two sailing big .right-hander. Priddy .......... 5 S 4 3 3 2
runs in the first inning T nn l (44T ;: ...p Victors to the Maryland State :Je had to pitch out of a bases- Creen ... ........ 2 1 0 0 0 C reasons why Hart Schaffner & Marx i. .
Face ... ... .... 2Faced 1 2 2 3
made the difference for the I pavilion at the World's Fair can :loaded jam in the first inning (- 4 men in 1st. is almost six times better known

I Cokemen. K of P had to rally ee thoroughbred racing memorabilia -,and was touched for three HBP-By Drysdale (Schofield). WP -. than
I ArJtTJA T.p tprc:1-til': ) irthp. runs, Priddy. Drysdale. PB-Torborg. UVar.go. any other brand of men's .
for three runs in the bottom of C on display. in the seventh. Forman Jackowski and Crawford. ? .
Ta<
Alachua Softball nie ; T-2:35. A-14459. suits. The clothing in our ,
the seventh to gain its win.
will be at stake Tuesday'ni HS&M Summer '64 collection:
In
opening games played last
ht when Lions and Alachua
represents the
high standardsaodccCTpteteisafofocftno -
Wednesday, Coca-Cola won from
in the feature
Milling Co. clash -
Knights of Pythias 7-3 and Fto- : ,;

rida National Bank downed game. yon expect: fora S

Belk-Lindsey 3-1. I The two teams both won Hart Schaffner ,

The league will take a week their opening contests last ..

off now and resume play on: week and will be after second & Marx .

Monday, June 8. Junior League: victories. V

games are played Monday and: The league will operate on .

Wednesday at Harris Field at.Tuesday and Thursday'nights .

5:30: and 7:30 p.m. during the season. !

Unite Com. Tr.vCa Kiifht of Pythias 'I ALACHUA SOFTBALL LEAGUEW :
I ria alb f fc L Pd.
Rhker 4 1 0 Mathews 4 021, Lions 1 0 1.000
Atchison 4 0 I Bolin Alachua Milling 1 S 1.000
1 0
Scar oroug" 301FuUet' 300 Legion 0 1 .OCO
Register 3 0 Copeland 0' .000
Andrew$ 3 SMosetey = Boyd 3 0 1 THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE
2 0 0 Hartman 301 Tuesdayt.
Wilson 1 S S Sttvens 3 1 1 Copeland vs. Legion ':1$: Uons
I Butcher 0 0 0 Mayhew 3 1 1 vs. Alachua Milling.
Beck 100Guenther 300
f McLevring 1 1 5 Prlngle 8 1 D

Parker 201I. 150GoodMrt Golf Tourney

f 'r001l 105
RbbIM 315Ystils
Rained Out
2t Z5 T....' M 4 .
t k: United Comm. Travelers .. 001 200-3 .5' .,
Knights of Phythlas .._.. 001 003-4
I JUNIOR BEAUMONT, Tex. (AP-The J

LEAGUEW L Pet. second round of the Babe Zahar- ; : ; ; HS&M VlftACLE SUIT from our Summer
Coca-Cola 2 0 1.000 .4 7c&44 ; ; '64 -A
43'kz-/ Collection.
Florida National Bank 1 0 1.000 ias Open Golf Tournament was Yiracle is HS&M's miracle
Knights of PyttiUs 1 1 .500 rained out Saturday. The tour- : blend of finespun wool and Dacron
United Comm. Travelers 0 1
.000
polyester that
resists
lelk-Undsev 0 2 .00 will conclude with 36 wrinkles and keeps
nament
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I I Sunday, May 31, 1964 Gainesville Sun 05







1 Gator. Aces. Ha"rn'Lk:;A Compete in NCAA'. ', I






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i, 'Two University of Florida Monday and Tuesday, ,June sports Gator Aces Hammer 8148 ident; Mary Stringfellow, vice their round tomorrow Na- hole-in-one and an eagle re-

J; golf aces head west in mid- 15 and 16, with match play feated some of the South's out- president; Betty Clardy, secretary tie.LOCAL GOLFERS started tional Golf Day. corded.

June to in the No.1 and standing players} in an undefeated -
compete starting Wednesday run- ; Agnes Weber, .treasurer firing yesterday at the Univer- TWO '
MORE standout Jim Chalker fired
golf four-
i collegiate links event of the ning through Friday. dual match season. a
Brenda Thomas nine- of Florida
:. ; sity course to beat
year_ the NCAA tournament. The low 64 qualifiers will Leckey, senior captain fromSt. hole representative to the the champions Jack Nick- ers have signed scholarshipsto iron into the hole for an ace

1'1! And it'll be quite an experience make up the field. Petersburg gave the Ga- board; Mary Parrish 18-hole laus and Julius Boros. University of Florida, on the 165-yard, par-3 eighth

for Laurie Hammer and East-West best ball matches tors three more sure points ? : representative; and Annie Entrants may play as many swelling the list to five. ley hole. Willis He was Raymond playing with(Doc Wi-)

; Richard Leckey when they also will be played Sunday, from the No. 2 position.The Laurie Bowman, bridge repre- rounds as they wish, at the fee Ed Hoard of Atlanta North- Shaeffer and, Wines.

match their skills against the II June 14; with a chosen few : competition will be of sentative. of $1 each, through next Sun- side High and Joe Pavelchak Meanwhile Johnny Louis Toffallettl

rugged Broadmore Golf and players. The top golfers will the highest caliber, but the The ladies finished their of Lyman High in Fern Park scored an eagle, two on the

Country Club in Colorado be picked after they arrive Florida standouts still rate for both nine and 18-hole day.Each
ney the
Rutherford medal play event player, with the aid of are latest acquisitions. 390-yard, par-4 ninth hole. The
J Colo.. the in their first
: Springs, preceding day. serious threats
groups. Florida is to field
last expected Ocala School
Thursday, with Carmen handicaps, defeating th e 16-year-old High
Gator Coach Buster Bishopwill ,Hammer, a 6-5, 205-pound NCAA excursion. The tourney starts at 9 a.m. one of its strongest freshman
Powers taking first witha champs will receive certificates student banged an eight-iron!
accompany the two sharp- ;inior from Sarasota, demon- place
and will be followed by a pool teams next season, headed by into the his second
shooters when they leave June strated uncanny accuracy dur- TIlE GAINESVILLE Golf 72-bole total of 292. from the PGA. An estab- cup on
at the club. the five scholarship players. shot.
I 12. ing the past season. He de- and County Club Women's Association party .I Rachel Emmel, Billie Miles lished handicap is not neces- *

Eighteen hole qualifying bos 000 200 0 minn 101 005 0 closes out its season Officers elect d for next and Nora Mae Scruggs all sary to, compete. OCALA COUNTRY Club was *

rounds will, l be played both czxwyd Gloria five Sunday tomorrow with a two-ball tourlinard year are Rachel Emmel pres- I I posted 295s for a second placer Nicklaus and' Boros play buzzing last Sunday. with a .THE A.G.. Paul Invitationalin

_yC I Lake City winds up withan
"
'" -., 18-hole round today. A pro-

Tells GHS Athletes _';:; -' .- '.. Cubs am was held Friday, and the

.:v".'''.' / .--, Sweep opening round of the invita-

tional began yesterday.



j Six Points to Rememberi ._. Jtcw4 ,;\;/,'- Doubleheader Build Your Own

I ,>' BEAUTIFULPANEL


i I Spring sports teams at Gainesville in district play as the girls won finished fourth in the district .. FENCE

High School were feted Fri--and the boys were runnersup.The qualifier. From BravesCHICAGO

f day night at an awards banquet. girls tallied points in the Coach Bob Cordell.summed up

Billy Kinard, University of state tourney here. Coach Mar- the successful track campaign ..

: Florida defensive backfield garet Hammond read a poem to which saw Merrill Moore set a ; vi (AP)' Sterling filed out.Bailey.

coach, was the speaker and sum up the season and presented new state Class AA mile mark Slaughter, with relief help from I singled to right after

I emphasized the six points that i awards. and Marcus Jones win both Lindy McDaniel, pitched a one- Slaughter walkde Hank Aaron P

make for a better athlete and Cecelia Hendrickson outlinedthe hurdles races. GHS runners hitter Ed Bailey's two-out 'with two out in the fourth.

} a better life. never finished lower than fourthin single in the fourth Inning-and Aaron however
success of the GHS girls was tagged out

| .. He touched on cooperation, golf team which participated in any meet during the season. scored the deciding run as the trying to return to second after I -

f., desire integrity, leadership, He also listed cross country -U- Chicago Cubs stopped Milwaukee -rounding the base. ;
the state meet. Jim Niblack (
awards. i
character and religion as the 2-0 for a sweep of their Slaughter who earned his ii
't : main points, whether it be ins boys golf supervisor, told that New GHS principal Joe Hud- doubleheader Saturday. The first decision, scored in i From Well-Seasoned

: all this year's golfers will return son served as master of cere- Cubs the the I
I athletics or in the game of life. 4 won opener 4-2. third after opening the inning Western Cedar
*. next season and better monise. The dinner was held
Kinard told the story of Jim- with a walk. He sacrificedto
was
things are expected. The boys in the GHS cafeteria. Slaughter, 22-year-old right- BOARDS
my Sidle, Auburn's All-America hander making his first major second and with two out,

quarterback of a season ago. -- ___ scored on Ron Santo's single
league start ,
was 'replaced
by
Sidle had to overcome adversityin NL Boxes'Night .I -4 yt:1m McDaniel with none out to the his first hit in 18 times at bat.

many forms to reach the Friday -. eighth after he issued his fifth The Braves' Tony Cloninger,L :: It'sCheaper

heights as an athlete and is ., walk to Lee Maye and threw now 3-5, held the Cubs to three ;
I
applying the same principles to!I Cam Night Game *, two balls to Joe Torre. hits before leaving for a pinch : : ,

his future success in any endeavor CINCINNATI ST. LOUIS SAN FRANCISCO NEW YORK hitter in the eighth.
I he undertake. I abrbbi abrbbi brhbi abrhbi McDaniel struck out Torre, Than I IY
may
Rose 2b 4O2lFIoodcf 4120 Hart 3b 4 0 1 1 Smith Ib 4000 Ir;, Bob Buhl nailed his fifth victory
: and the Cubs J
Swimming, tennis, track, golf Harper If 4111 Warwick If 4000 Killer 2b 3010 Kanehl 2t> 3100 ., got a double play against two losses in the .,.
Plnson cf 4010 Groat ss 4010 Mays cf 3100 Gonder c 3000 when Maye was nailed tryingto ou
and cross country teams received -. Johnson Ib 4000 Boyer 3b 4011 McCovey If 3000 Thomas If 3111 .... first game. Among the six hits I
Robinson rf4l2lLongrf 4110 Cepeda Ib 3021 Christop'r rf 3 1 1 1 steal second. Ty Cline then
o honors. Most valuable he j Think
Cardenas ss 3 0 1 0 Lewis rf 0000 Haller c 4000 Hickman cf 3112 yielded was a two-run homer -
-
swimmers this year for the! Edwards c 2100 White Ib 3110 J.AIoo rf 2000 McMillan ss 3 0 0 0 MILWAUKEE First Game CHICAGOab in the fourth by Aaron his !
I Boros 3b 4 0 0 Javier 2b 3020 M-Alou 1 0 0 0 Smith 3b 3000 ,
'Canes were Mark Montgomeryand O'Toole p 1000 McCarver c 4 1 3 2 D'venport ss 3 1 0 0 Stallard p 3000 :- ,-, 4 ,-" r h bi abrhbl fifth. ;
Alou cf 3000
Stewart 2Matllews' 4110
Jay p 1000 Sadeckl p 3011 Sanford p 2000 SEE US FOR
Helen Both
Mary CQX. re- 3b 4Ol0Brockrf 4012
aSmitn 1000 bPeterson 1000 TRAINER PULLS ON LEASH Carty If 4120 Williams !If 3011 Billy Williams singled in the'first AN ESTIMATEMcCOY .t
.- ceived personal trophies and Totals U 3 7 J Totals 33 4 It 4 Totals 2' 2 4 2
I _Struck out for Jay in tth. A-Struck out for J-Alou In 9th; b- Uses Hand To Guide Dog to Sit Position Aaron Bailey rf C 4122 4000 Santo Banks 3&Ib 3121 4000 Cub run in the third, and I!

I will have their names engraved Cincinnati ...,. . 001 IM 104-1 Struck out for Sanford in 9th. Oliver Ib 3000 Rodgers ss 4000 Lou Brock doubled

wi a permanent plaque. St. Urns ... ... .. ..... .. 001 210 OOx-4 San Francisc ............ 000 100 100-2 Menke ss 3010 Bertell C 4010 home a pair
1 New York ................000 000 40x-4 Boiling 2b 2000 Cowan cf 3110 in the fourth. Ernie Banks II
P
EPinso.Sadeckl. -Cincinnati
_ : The swimmers
won THE
group SITSixth aMave 1000 Buhl p 4110WoodwM
24-10 St. Louis 2712. DP-Javier and E-Hart. PO-A San Francisco 24-7 2b 0 0 0 0 slammed his fifth homer in the
event and
trophies qualified Cincinnati St. Louis I.
White. LOB- 6.
New York 27-4. DP-O. Smith and MeMillan. Sadowskl p 2 0 0 0 seventh. BUILDING SUPPLY
28-McCarver. Sadeckl. Robinson. HR-
> contestants for the state LOB-San Francisco 7 New York bCHne 1000
many
Haper Robinson. S-O'Toole, Sadeckl. : I
... 'I. Spahn p 0000 Williams had only two hits fa 1 CENTER
O'Toole U, 3-2 42-3' 4 4 2 2' '
meet. Coach Buddy Floyd Hick.
pre- 2B Cepeda. 3B-Thomas. HR in Totals 31242 Totals 33434
; a Series hand the leash and
Jay .. 31-3 2 0 0 0 4Sadeckl pulls up
: sented awards. ,'W,'4.4... 9 7 3 3 3 4 man. SB-Mays, Haller Christopher. S- I Grounded out for Boiling In 7th; seven times at bat and had his I NORTH MAIN
Whenever the trainer backward and
Sanford. comes at the same b-Filed out for Sadowskl in Oth
U-Donated!, Landes. Steiner. Barllck. ERBBSO I .. .. .. .. .. league-leading sliced I
1 IP H R average
BLVD.
The tennis teams also scored Milwaukee 000 200 000-3 : AT 23rd
T-2:19. A-10.219. !Sanford 1.. 4-5 ., C 3 4 A 1 9 to a halt, the leash is pulled time, the left hand pushes downon Chicago .. ... .. ..".. ." 001 200 io.-iE six points to .408. I.
.Stallard W, 3-4 .. 4 2 2 6 4 tight in the right hand and the the dog's hindquarters just -Boiling, Menke. PO-A Milwaukee
U-Pryor, Secory Burkhart. Sudol. 94-11; Chicago 27-9. LOB-Milwaukee 3;, -
T-2:24. AS5.06LMILWAUKEE dog is made to sit down. over the hipbones.The Chicago 0. I

I 11| Friday AL Boxes abrkbl CHICAGO abrhbi To keep the dog under control, dog is commanded, 2B-Aaron- Bertell, Banks.Stewart. Menke. Brock.I IHR I], For Dad .. The sidewalks are softer with

;! Mathews 3b 4123 All 0 Brock rf ss 4100 3210 the leash-which has been heldin "Sit!" The trainer takes a short Sadowski L, 2-4 7 IP H I'R ER 4 BI 2 SO 5. Hush Puppies. For Dad The sidewalks are
Rodgers
Maye cf Williams If 4142 the left hand just above thedog's backward with Spahn .._ .. 1 0 0 0 11
aCline cf 1000 step his left foot softer with Hush For Dad The
Puppies. .
.
3b 5002 BuM W. 5-2 S 4 2 2 0 71: .
\'( Night Game Night Game Aaron rf 4000Santo 4000 Banks Ib S 0 1 0 collar while heeling-is and bends his right knee slightly. HBP-By Buhl (Alou). By Sadowski
,' BALTIMORE LOS ANGELES I I.bbbl NEW YORK KANSAS CITY I Oliver Bailey Ib c 4111 A'lfitano 2b 4120 transferred to the right hand (Williams), u Conlan, --Harvey Verizon sidewalks are softer Hush Puppies. For
.brlllll' abrhbi abrhbi His body remains erect I
Weyer. T-1 52.
Brandt d 4121 Pearson cf 4000 Kubek ss 4000 Causey ss 4121 Carty If 3100 4120 dStewart Bertell c 4020 1000 just before the trainer stops and from the waist and he Second Gome ;" Dad The sid softer with Hush
Rlch'dson 2b S 0 0 Mathews cf 4000 Menke ss up con-
Aparicio 3022 Knoop 2b 4000
ss Lopez If 4121 Alusik tt-tb Boiling 2b 4121 Cowan cf 4 0 1 1 before the dog is given the command -Ii MILWAUKEE CHICAGO For walks softer
BoweAS If 4010 K'kpatfk H 3 0 0 0 4110 Lemaster p 3 0 0 0 Hobble p 0 0 0 0 tinues to face straight ahead. abrhbi abrhbi, Puppies. : are
Marls rf 4010 Coiavito rf 3123
Powell 1b 4000 Thomas rf 3000Robinson Tresh cf 3000 Charles 3b 4000 Hoeft p 0000 Schurr p 2000 to sit. The right, hand the Alou cf 3000 Stewart 2b 2 0 0 11 i 1 with Hush The sidewalks
3b 3 0 1 0 Moran 3b 3010 pO 0 0 0 bSchaffer 1 0 0 0 adjusts Cline cf l000Brock rf 3010Mathews Puppi : .
Kirkland rf 4 0 0 0 Rodger* c 4230 Pepitone Ib 3010 Law c 3000 T'fenauer This will shorten the leash so .
0000 3b 4 0 0 Williams If 4010Carty
Howard c :3020 Edwards Ib 3020 Warner p position of the leash by moving i softer with H For Dad The
Adair 2b 4 1 1 OSatri.nvlb 2010 eLand rum p 1 0 0 0 the dog cannot : If 4000 Santo 3b 4011 are .
Brown 4110 Koppe M 4022 Boyer 3b 2000bTarrbuII If 0100 swing away it from side side
c to for-
Spring p 0000 or Aaron rf 3000 Banks Ib 4 0 0 0Bailey
Roberts p 2000 Chance p 0000 Bouton p 2000 Green 2b 2010 Totals 35 4 S Totals 31 S 11 SaRan from the trainer.. The right, c 3010 Rodgers ss 3100'. sidewalks are so sh Puppies. For
n Miller p I 0 0 0 aSmith 1000 Mantle 1000 Segul p 3000 I b-Struck out ward or backward, while the Oliver Ib 2000 Cowan cf 3000
Tttu
t Osinski bFregosicDees p 1010 1000 cBI'chanl'It 0000 1000 Wyatt Bowsfield p p 0 0000 0 0 0 for Schurr for In MaY 7th; Grounded in into force left hand keeps the dog closeto Menke ss 2000 Schaffer c 2 0 0 e I Dad The s # fter with Hush
I I out for Boiling 2D 1000 Slaughter 2 1 0 0,
Warner in 8th; d-Flied p
0006 'I .Olili 30434 play for tth. the trainer. aMaye 0000 McDaniel p 0000, Puppies. For Dad walks are softer
Amalfitano in
1 7th! ft-:hnfor South Cage
R. Lee p 0 00 C Woodw'd 2b 00 0 0 I
tt I dAdcockePerry 1010 Edwards in 7lhj Grounded out for Milwaukee .. .. ,. 060 000 : The dog should sit squarely Cloninger p 1 0 0 0 with Hush Puppi i The sidewalks
); 0000M .... ... ........ loi 000 111-s bTorre 1000 : 4
.; Talali 32'J" Totals 1 f 1 New York ............... 000 001000-4 !Chicago" ; Star SquadA1l110Ullced on both hips, with his head near Tiefenauerp0000 : are softer with H For Dad The
.Lined out for Chance in 2nd bLI -'Kansas City ... .. ... .. ... 3u4 OOa IM-4E E-Menke 2. Brock. PO-A-Milwaykee Boiling I the trainer's left knee-not too Totals 2311 0 Totals 27232, w
j Singled lor OslnskI In 7th) c-Ran for 27-8. Chicago 2712. DP-Menke a-Walked for Boiling In 8th; b-Struck sidewalks are Puppies. For
Fregosl in 7th; d Singled for R. Lee -None. PO-A-New York 2+12. Kansas and Oliver. LOB-Milwaukee 7, Chicago far back, not too far ahead. out for Cloninger In 8th. I
.' In 'thl e-Ran for Adcock In tth. City 27-6. LOB-New York 10 Kansas 10- Milwaukee .... ... .. .." ooo ooo ooo-0 Dad The sideswalks Oh well Theyare
Baltimore .. .... .. .. .... 120 000 000 3 City 4. JB-Williams. Maye Bertell. Carty. Also, he should not sit at an Chicago ...... ....." 001 000 llx-JE : ,
.. .. .. HR-lolavlto. Lopez. S Green 'Banks. HR-Oliver. Williams.IP -Mathews, Cline PO-A Milwaukee I softer with Hush Puppies TRY THEM.
Los Angeles 010 100 000-I I' H R ERBBSOLemaster. angle. -
IP H R ERBBSO
The South squad for the annual 24-7. Chicago 27-4. DP Schaffer' and i
E-Brown. P -Baltimore 2710. Los Boutan.L3.4..4 3 3 1 :I I W. 6-2 <1-3' 3 2 3 J There is only one correct sitting Stewart. LOB-Milwaukee 4. Chicago 7I'
Angeles 27.7. DP-Koppe, Knoop and Williams ..... 2 2 1 1 0 0:1!:I Hoert 2 4 2 2 1 North-South FHSAA all. 28-Williams. SB-Rodgers. S Cloning'I
Satrlano. LOB-Baltimore 5. Los Angeles Segul.W.3.4..31-35 1 1 J Tiefenauer ::.:. 2-31 0 0 0 0 position, and the handler er. Stewart. SF-Stewart. :, B-L SHOE DEPT.
12. Bowsfield .. .. 1.3 0 0 0 1 71'I Hobble. U 0-3: ... 1234 6 5 2 1 star basketball game Aug. 1, IP H R
E 2B-Koppe Rodgers. Moran. SB- Wyatt .. ........ 1.3 0 0 0 0 01:Schurr ... ..--' 51-33 0 0 2 3 in Gainesville was announced should insist upon it every time Ctonger L 3-$ 7 3 2 Ell 1 BI 3 SO 4 "SOFTER SIDEWALK" HEADQUARTERS
Brandt Roberts.. Pearson. Knoop. SF- U-Chylak. Soar Salerno McKinley. I Warner __. ...__ 1 1 0 0 1 O. the dog sits down.REMEMBER Tlefenauer 1 0 0 0 0 1
Aparicio. T-2.24. A-16.610. :Sprint .:: -'... 1 0 0 0 0 0 :Saturday by Carey :McDonald, Slaughter. W. 1-0 7 I" 0 5 ,
IP H R ERBBSORoberts. WP-Schurr. Lemaster. U Weyer Con WORK THIRTY McDaniel. 2 0 0 0 I 2
W. 3.2. 72-3 S 2 2 3 Night Cam I Ian. Harvey. Venzon. T-2:53. A-10.446. I executive secretary of the Flor- s-Faced 1 man In tth. !
i Miller. ... : 11.3 1 0 0 1 \ CLEVELAND WASHINGTON Night Game ida Coaches Assn. ((30)) MINUTES A DAY HBP-By Cloninger (Brock). PB-Bail'
Chance U 32.. .. 2 5 3 3 1 0 abrhbi aarhbi HOUSTON PHILADELPHIA WITH YOUR DOG. C!. u-Harvey. Venzon Weyer. Conlan.I
OslnskI .... 5 2 0 0 0 10 Howser ss 4110 Brlnk'an ss 4 1 3 2! brbbi abrhbi The South, coached this year Seventeen players
Rise .._.. 2 1 0 0 0 3 Davalillo cf 4 1 2 0 Kennedy 3b 5. 2 2 Spongier If 4000Rolas 2b 3142 signed by I
WP-Chance 2. U-Rung*. Smith. Stewrt. Wagner 4001...._,... .. vu Fox 2b 4110 Allen 3b 5220 ]by Vince Schaefer of Miami i the Detroit Tigers are with
Honochlck T-2:33. A-7,802. A.V.S 3ta 4120 Skowron Ib 4001 Llllis 2b 0000 Callison rf 3010 I i UF Fencer I
Night Cam Romano 3llZLockrf-cf 4111 White 3b-lf 4l2lCovIngtOflIf4ll2 Senior, has size, speed and several other major league teams. Ten I
BOSTON MINNESOTA cue c I00 Leppert c 3000 Bond rf 3011 Wine ss 0000
all-state basketball
abrhbi abrhbl Smith rf 4010 cBrumley c 2100 Staub cf 2100 Gonzalez If 4012 I players Wins in MeetDr. are in the American League,
ir Schilling 2b 4000 Versalles SI 4000 blown 2b 400V v. 2000 bAspnte 3b 1000 Herein UHf 3000 I who will attempt to kee p seven in the National.Ray I
Bressoud ss 3000 OlIve rf 4130 Klndall Ib 3010 bKmg rf 1 I 0 0 Roberts Ib 4110 cCater 1 1 1 0 THE STORE WITH MORE
Co&QIIeroIf4000AIIIsond' 4120 fWhitfield 1 0 1 Cottier 2b 1310 Biteman c 4 1 Dalrymple c 3 1 1 0 Rebel forces ahead in this ser I
Y'trze'ski cf: 3 1 0 0 Mlncher 1b 4000 I John p 1 0 00i......... 2b I l I 4);) Kasko ss 4113 dTaytor 0000 Timothy Reed of t bel GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER
I Stuart 1b 41 Klllebrew If 3132 McMahon p 0 0 0 0 Osteen p 3010 Bruce P 1000 Amaro ss-lb 4000 ies.Scha University of Florida the. Broussard won Gulf-
won
Malxone 3b 2000 Battey c 010 Francona 1000 Duckworth p I 0 0 0 Larsen p 1000 Running p 3000 fer's Miami Senior stream Park's jocket 1302 NORTH MAIN STREET
Clinton rf 3010 Allen 2b 3000Tlllfnan Siebert p 0000 wynn 1000 Bennett p 0000 state men's foil championshipin : championship ,
:: C 3000 Cory) 3b 4000 dChance: 1000 Woodeshlt p 0 0 0 0 eTriandos c 1 1 1 1 I team, which went to the semi- with 51 winners five I
LAmobe p 2000 Roland p 3000 Abernathy p 0 0 0 0 Roebuck p 0000 a recent meet at St. peters.] more
finals of the Class AA
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aMantllla SIS Keiley p 0000 Totals 33KS Totals 347127 state burg. than Walter Blum. Mike Car-
Radatl p 0000 gluploW 1000 a-Filed out for Larsen In sIn; fa- tournament, contributes two I
Totals "III Totals 33322 Totals 34 4 'J Totals U S 11 I Grounded out for Staub in 8th c-Singled J Dr. Reed also finished second rozzella led apprentice riders USE B.L CHARGE CENTRAL CHARGE
_e-Popped out for Lamabe In tth. a-Struck out for McMahon In 4th; for Hermstein in 8th> Sacrificed for I boys in Coach Schaefer's son with 42. !i
b-Sruu put tor Hunt in sin, c-Walked I Dalrymple In 8th" Doubled for Bennett in epee division and thirdin I
.. I and
betas 020 till tlC>>-I Chuck Terry Akins.
., for Cottier In 4th d-Struct ooi ,... I in 8th saber. Runnerup in foil '
Minncttta Oil lOt 50z.-3 was
;.ieberr in 7th; e-Safe on error for Lep i Houston ". ... . .100 100 "04Philadelphia Terry Lanier (Tampa Plant), ... .
Conlgllaro Malzone. PO-A-Boston pert in nIl Singled for Klndall inthJ I ... .. IM Ml tzx-7 Seymour Bindenfield of Miami ----a---
g 2 -14. Minnesota 27-7. LOB-Boston X 8-Struck out tor Kelley in ..rlLl Mike Rollyson (Plant City), Don c
while Bob Caldwell St. Peters-
Minnesota L28Cilva. (Cleveland i M............. tot MM 500-4 E-Kasko. Callison. PO-A Houston ?* :Stinnett (Cocoa David Miller ,
Allison. 38 Ollva. HR- .. ... ... Kl Ul 4wxE __ 12. Philadelphia 27-4. LOB-Houston 2. burg was third.

Stuart. Klllebrtw. IP H R ERBBSOLamab -Cottier. Kennedy. Howser. PO-A I Philadelphia 2B-Rolas. 7.White 2 Trlandos. 3B-Gon- (Defray Seacrest), Jim McKir. In epee Jess Bart, Miami, men's fashion suggestion for Brand Names Week

*. 1.. 5-2 7 3 3 1 3 Cleveland 24-1. Washington 2712. DP- :raleL Fox. Roias. 0Taylor.IP I thy (Miami Columbus), Jeff
Radatz ... 1 0 0 0 1 1 Brown and KindalU Kennedy. Corner and, H RERBBSOBruce won with Caldwell third. In saber -
RoIand.W.2.2.. 2 2 I 2 7 Skowron Howser Brown and KindalL I ...... 41-37 4 3 1 71 I Grate (Miami Norland), Bob Peter Winner Miami won'
,
.HBP-By Roland (Malzone). WP-Lamabe. -LOB-Cleveland 5, Washington 14.20OrIim.n. ,Larsen .._ 22-32 1 1 0 3 Miami Beach .;
Roland. U-ValefttlM. Napp foparella Davalillo. 38-Cottier. 1 oodesWk.L1-3l 3 2 2 S 0 Dowling i ( Senior with Caldwell second. 9 it.
Stevens. T-2:40. A-20.20. HR-Romano. SF-Brinbnan. I 1 Burning 72-4 4 4 2 1 5 ), Chuck Schaefer (Miami Women's foil honors went to COMF1 OBMCK ; .
I CHICAGO DETROIT IP H R ERBBSO I 0ennett.W.5-3., 1-3 0 0 0 1 S I
ab r h M ab r b bi ,:John ....... 42-3S 3 3 4 S :Roebuck 1 0 0 0 0 :Senior). Nancy Gore, Fort Lauderdale.I II BRAND.]
I "' 'ger cf-rf 3110 Bruton cf 4000 McManon ...... 130 0 I 0 WP-Larsen. U-Gorman. Petekoudas. '
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I McCraw Ib 3lOOLumpe2b 4010 Sieoert .........1 3 I I | 21,Williams Smith. T-2::38. A-I ,067. The North lineup will be announced I Loretta Kushner, Coral Gables NAMES :6A11lVIO00 / -. .
1 Rob'son rHf 3 1 0 0 Kaline rf 4 0 1 SWard Abernathy. 1.. 1-2 1-3 2 4 3 2 1 Night Game next Sunday McDonald second and I IMb44zii
was Prietzel.
Inge
3b 4124 Cash Ib 4000 Kelley ..... .... 12-3 1 5 0 4 2 LOS ANGELES PITTSBURGH _
Hansen ss 4000 Brown, If 3110 Osteen ......... 51.37 4 1 02 abrhki abr hbl j said. St. Petersburg, third.
Ntchoisonlf2001Freehmnc 1010aLandls Duckworth. 1122-32 0 0 0 4 W.DaviscfszllScWrld' ss 4515. I
cf 0000 Roark C 2010 U-Hurley. Flaherty. Carrigan. Miller. Wills ss 4121 Virdon cf 4010
Weis Ib 4S2IMcAuUflqss3000 T-3:OS, AU31.Tl.ibe T. Davis U 4 0 1 1 Cfmnt rf 4 1 1 0,
Martin c 3010 Wert 3b 3010 Fairly 3b 4031 Stargell If 4020;
Buihardt p 4555Wkkshaiflp2SSS Howard rf 3000 Burgess C 40 lIt! WANTED!
Eoan p 0000bOcmeter Parker rf 0000 cMcF'rfne 50 0 0 i I
lOSS Recalls Roseboro c 40100a11eY35 4000 p
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Navarro p 0000 McM'ten 3t 4 0 1 0 CTnd-n'n Ib 3000.
Totals 32 4 I Totals 31155 Trace-ski 20 3 1 0 0 dLyndi 1000 I
__Ran for Nicholson\ in tth; b-Fouled Moeller p 3000 M'zVskl 2b 3. 0 0 i MENWOMENfrom '
out for Egan In Irtv.Cbfeag Sam McDowell Biesep iso short sleeve shirts :
I
..... 000 004 toa4OII.t : Frees* 1000 oi\ ages 18 to 52. Prepare some case 'only one out of I sport y ,. : .. .

.. ...... 010 lOt 000-1 Butters p 00 100 I now for U.S. Civil Service five pass +' '
J CLEVELAND (AP) -The bAIley I ;
I Hershberoer.. pO-A-Qucago 27-10. Face p 0000 job openings ia this area durUacoln Service has helped A'
Detroit 27-10. OP-WeU and McCraw. Cleveland Indians recalled Totals 344104 Totals 341511; ing the next 12 months. thousands prepare for these I I Quality hits a new high when Manhattan ( .
LOB-Chicago 4. Detroit 4. -Safe on error for Blass hi Ttn; b- Government positions as tests since 1948.
poy
every year Ti
i $ :
in
southpaw Sam McDowell Saturday I tailors our sport shirts- 'J
Hrshberger.. 38-Browm. HRMard. Struck out for Butters hi 8th; c-Ran high as 446.00. a month to It is one of the ""est.ad
SB Wels. tor Burgess In tit)} d Struck out for:
from their Portland farm I :
: oldest excellence of fabric. detailing design.Allwashablemanywashand.
IP H R eRBBSOBuzttardt. Clendenon In tth. ; start privately owaed schools : .
_
W. 5-2' i I 1 1 5 club in the Pacific Coast Leagueand I LM Angeles ..... .... .... 18* n* 1.... They provide much greater of in kind and is not con i I -
Wkk'shamL5.451.3 S 4 4 2 4 optioned outfielder Al Pittsburgh ... .. ..'" 000 80 81-| security; than private employment nected with the Government. :
Egan ...... .. 22.35 0 0 10 Lup-- wear). they keep their handsome /
and For FREE
...... E-Blau. McMullen. Wilts TracewtkLPOA excellent opportunity infomatMMi oa Government :
Navarro 1 0 S 0 0 ]!low to the same club. I I
Milan
HBP-By WickersKam (Martin Mc. -Ua Angeles 27 U, Pittsburgh 27-II.DP for advancement. Many jobs including list appearance longer. Exclusive .
Craw). WP-WHkenham. OiMuro. : -Mazeroski. SchoOeld and Clendenon i position require little .r.. of position and salaries, fill I I collar looks well open or closed. ,
PaparelU. Orummond. Umont. T-2:33. AI7.NI. The Tribe also optioned rook. Angeles 2; Fairly 7. Wilts Pittsburgh and F.IrIy..08.01 4. I: specialized education or experience. out coupon and mail at once I fft

ie pitcher Tom Ke1l y to' 28-1'al1lY. Roseboro. SB Wilts. T.' -TODAY. You will also get These are a few of the reasons we /1)
Charleston of the Eastern :Davis. MoeUer. : But to set one of these jobs. full details .. hew you can '
IP H R I Manhattan brand I /f :
I British Win League and recalled from ,M.oelles'.W,3-3..9 6 2 ERBBSO 2 JI you must pen a test. The prepare yourself for...... i suggest now 1
8..ss.L.,1-2..6 S 3 2 2 3: competition is keen and in tests. I during Brand Names Week and all V. -
SURBITON Charleston outfielder Paul Dick. .Butters ...... 2 2' 1 1 31 J Don't delay ACT NOW! .
England (AP- ________ soon.'t
en, a first-year Face ........... 1 S I S 01 _____ year. Enjoy yours
Ann Haydon Jones, Britain'* player. Crawford. Vargo. Forma*. JadtowSkL LINCOLN : ; 'I
61 D .
SERVICE. FROM
T-2:07. A-14.114. I Dept. $5.00 I .
No. 1 Wightman Cup player, McDowell, who was paid a Pekin, Illinois -

crushed Carole Caldwell of San-.large bonus as a rookie, has not I I much interested. Please send I I \

ta Monica, Calif., 6-3, 6-1 in the: been able to remain with the i IDA am very list of U.S. Govcnment position and me salaries absolutel; t2l FREE Information 225 WEST UNIVERSITY AVE.

final of the Surrey tennis cham. Indians the last two seasons. Jim Lynch. Notre Dame end on how to qualify for a U.s. Government Job. I Si1vr2ma&i; FREE PARKING

I Dionships! Saturday.The 'iThis season however he has I candidate next fall, is a brother -: Name .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . . AjePhone .. ......
one-sided match was a/an 8-0 record with Portland and I of Tom Lynch, center and: On the Huge First Federal Lot

morale booster for the British I has pitched a no-hitter a one-j captain of Navy's 1963 football I I S".ct .. ... .... .. .._. .. .. .. .. .. ..... .....

Wightman team. hitter and a two-hitter. 1 team. i. City .. . . . ... . State .. ..-. ... ... .JII'

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1 r Gator Aces i Hammer, Leckey Compete in NCAA. I




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!i i| Two University of Florida Monday and Tuesday, .June sports Gator Aces Hammer 8148 ident; Mary Stringfellow, vice their round tomorrow on Na- hole-in-one and an eagle re

t 11; golf aces head west in mid-. 15 and 16, with match play feated some of the South's out- president; Betty Clardy, secretary tie.LOCAL GOLFERS started tional Golf Day. corded.

June to in the No.1 and standing players in an undefeated -
compete starting Wednesday run
; Agnes Weber, .treasurer firing yesterday at the Univer- TWO MORE standout 'golfers Jim Chalker fired a four-
t collegiate links event of the ning through Friday. dual match season. Brenda
; Thomas, nine- sity of Florida course to beat iron
into the hole for
II# : year- the NCAA tournament. The low 64 qualifiers will Leckey. senior captain fromSt. hole representative to the the champions Jack Nick- have signed scholarshipsto an ace

And it'll be quite an exper make up the field. Petersburg, gave the Ga- board; Mary Parrish, 18-hole laus and Julius Boro University of Florida, on the 165-yard, par-3 eighth

f ience for Laurie Hammer and East-West best ball matches tors three more sure points representative; and Annie ] Entrants may play as many swelling the list to five. ley hole. Willis He was playing with(Doc Wi

Richard when also will be the No. 2 Ed Hoard of Atlanta North- Raymond )
position.The
Leckey they played Sunday, from Laurie Bowman, bridge repre- i rounds as they wish, at the fee Shaeffer and Wines.

match their skills against the June14; with a chosen few competition will be of sentative. of $1 each, through next Sun- side High and Joe Pavelchakof Meanwhile Johnny Louis Toffalletti

rugged Broadmore Golf andJ players. The top golfers 'rill the highest caliber, but the The ladies finished their Lyman High in Fern Park scored an eagle, two on the

# Country Club in Colorad o be picked after they arrive Florida standouts still rate ney for both nine and 18-hole day.Each the latest
Rutherford medal play event player, with the aid of are acquisitions. 390-yard, par-4 ninth hole. The
p Springs Colo- the preceding threats in their first
day. serious
; groups. last Thursday, with Carmen j handicaps, defeating th e Florida is expected to field 16-year-old Ocala High School
Gator Coach Buster Bishopwill Hammer a 6-5 205-pound( NCAA excursion.
The tourney starts at 9 a.m. one of its strongest freshman
accompany the two sharp- junior from Sarasota, demon- Powers taking first place witha j champs will receive certificates student banged an eightironinto
and will be followed by a pool teams next season, headed by the his second
on
shooters when they leave June strated uncanny accuracy dur- THE GAINESVILLE Golf 72-hole total of 292. from the PGA. An established the cup
five
scholarship players.
at the club. shot.
12. ing the past season. He de- and County Club Women's As- party I Rachel Emmel, Billie Miles handicap is not neces- *

Eighteen hole qualifying bos 000 200 0 minn 101 005 0 sociation closes out its season Officers elected for next and Nora Mae Scruggs all sary to compete. OCALA COUNTRY Club was *

rounds will. be played both czxwyd Gloria five Sunday tomorrow with a two-ball tour- year are Rachel Emmel, pres, posted 295s for a second place Nicklaus and Boros play buzzing last Sunday with a THE A.G. Paul Invitational

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"' ... .. ... '.. an 18-hole round today. A pro-

Kinard Tells Athletes am was held Friday, and the
GHS Cubs
[ Sweep. opening round of the invitational -
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I f Six Points to Remember -_ I .:..., .. ,'.'..'i'..,..:..:.. .. DoubleheaderFrom I BEAUTIFULPANEL Build Your Own




i, Spring sports teams at Gaines- in district play as the girls won finished fourth in the district .. FENCE

It ville High School were feted Friday and the boys were runnersup. qualifier. .1 Bravesflied

I night at an awards banquet. The girls tallied points in the Coach Bob Cordell.summed up _ _-

f Billy Kinard, University of state tourney here. Coach Margaret the successful track campaign I ..

Florida defensive backfield Hammond read a poem to which saw Merrill Moore set anew CHICAGO (AP)'' Sterling out.Bailey.
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coach, was the speaker and sum up the season and presented state Class AA mile mark 1 %. Slaughter, with relief help from singled to right after

emphasized the six points that awards. ,I and Marcus Jones win both Lfady McDaniel, pitched a one- Slaughter walkde Hank Aaron

make for a better athlete and Cecelia Hendrickson outlinedthe 'hurdles races. GHS runners hitter Ed Bailey's two-out with two out in the' fourth. I

: a better life. never finished lower than fourthin 1 single in the fourth Inningandscored Aaron however
success of the GHS girls was tagged out

,$f He touched on cooperation, golf team which participated in II' any meet during the season. the deciding run as the trying to return to second after I -
.
desire, integrity, leadership, He also listed cross country Chicago Cubs stopped Milwaukee -rounding the base. i '
the state meet. Jim Niblack
awards.
character and religion as the __ 2-0 for a sweep of their Slaughter who earned ,
: main points, whether it be in boys golf supervisor, told that I New GHS principal Joe Hudson > doubleheader Saturday. The first decision, scored in the his From Well-Seasoned

: athletics or in the game of life. all this year's golfers will return -I served as master of cere- Cubs won the opener 4-2. third after opening, the inning Western Cedar

next season and better monise. The dinner was held
Kinard told the story of Jim with a walk. He sacrificedto
:. things are expected. The boys .in the GHS cafeteria. Slaughter, 22->'ear-old right. I was BOARDS
my Sidle, Auburn's All-America --- hander making his first major I second and, with two' out,

quarterback of a season ago. __ league start, was 'replaced by .scored on Ron Santo's single,

Sidle had to overcome adversityin McDaniel with none out in the his first hit in 18 times at bat.

many' forms to reach the Friday NL Boxes aL eighth after he issued his fifth The Braves' Tony Cloninger, It's

heights as an athlete and is .. f.' t.'i'i walk to Lee Maye and threw now 3-5, held the Cubs to three

applying the same principles to _.. -- two balls to Joe T rre. hits before leaving for a pinch Cheaper
barns
Itloni night Gmt
his future success in any en- CINCINNATI ST. LOUIS SAN FRANCISCO NEW YORK hitter in the eighth. I
deavor he undertake. abrhbi abrhbi abrhbi abrhbi McDaniel struck out Torre, Than
may Bob BuM 1 -
nailed
Rose 2b 402lFloodcf 4120 Hart 3b 4 0 1 1 D.Smlth Ib 4000 Ir:% and the Cubs double his fifth victory -
Swimming, tennis, track, golf Harper If 41 1 Warwick If 4000 Hiller 2ta 3010 Kanehl 2b 3100 got a play against two losses in the I .y ,
Pinson cf 4010 Groat ss 4010 Mays cf 3100 Gonder c 3000 when Maye was nailed tryingto ou
and cross country teams received Johnson 1b 4000 Boyer 3D 401 } I' McCovey If 3000 Thomas If 3111Cepeda .... first game. Among the six hits
Robinson rf 4l2lLongrf 4110 Ib 3021 ChristoP'r rf 3 1 1 1 steal second. Ty Cline then
o honors. Most valuable he Think
Cardenas ss 301 Lewis rf 0000 HaIler c 4000 Hickman cf 3112 yielded was a two-run homer i
First Came
swimmers this year for the Edwards c 2100 White Ib 3110 J.Aloo rf 2000 McMillan ss 3000 MILWAUKEE CHICAGO in the fourth by Aaron, his
Boros 30 4000 Javier 2b 3000 IIM.A1ou 1000 CSmith 3b 3000
'Canes were Mark Montgomeryand O'Toole p 1000 McCarver c 4 1 3 2 D'venport ss 3 1 0 0 Stallard p 3000 abrhbi abrhbi fifth.
------------- '---- Alou cf 3000 Stewart 2b 4 1 1 0Mathews' ;
Jay p 1000 Sadeckl: p 3011 Sanford p 2000 SEE US FOR I
Mary Helen CQX. Both received 3b 40 1 0 Brock rf '4013
aSmith 1000 bPeterson 1000 TRAINER PULLS ON LEASH If Williams Billy Williams singled in the .j
Carty 4120 If 3011 AN ESTIMATE
Totals 10 4
personal trophies and Totals 32 1 7 3 33 4 Totals 2* 2 4 2
I 'r<, _Struck out for Jay in tll\ a-Struck out for JJllou In 9th; b- Uses Hand To Guide Dog to Sit Position Aaron Bailey rf c 4122 4000 Santo Banks 3b Ib 3121 4000 first Cub run in the third, and I.

will have their names engraved Cincinnati ..... .. .. .. .. 001 100 10*-3 Struck out for Sanford in 9th. Oliver lb 3000 Rodqers IS 4 0 0 e Lou Brock doubled home
; un a permanent plaque. St. Louis .. .. .,.. .. 001 210 OOx 4 San Francisco ......... ... 000 100 100-2 Menke ss 3010 Bertell c 4010 a pair McCOYBUILDING
J \ PO-A Cincinnati New York .-.-............000 000 40x-4 Boiling 2b 2000 Cowan cf 3110 in the fourth. Ernie Banks
The swimmers won group E-Plnson. Sadeckl. THE SITSixth aMaye 1000 Buhl 4 1 1 0Woodwd
p !
slammed
OP Javier his fifth
2 -10. St. Louis 2712. and E-Hart. PO-A San Francisco 24-7 2b 0000 homer in the
event trophies and qualified White. LOB-Cincinnati t, St. Louis t.2B .
O. Smith and MeMillan. SUPPLY
DP Sadowski
New York 27-6. p 2 0 0 0 seventh.
McCarver. Sadeckl Robinson. HR- ,
many contestants for the state LOB-San Francisco 7 New York bCline 1000
Haper. Robinson.O'Toole., Sadeckl.
... I.I Spahn p 0000 Williams had only two hits in I CENTER
Coach O'Toole U ;-2 423 B 4 4 2 2
meet.
I Buddy Floyd presented I 2B-Cepeda. 3B-Thomas. HR Hick- in a Series hand the leash Totals 31262 Totals 33414aGrounded
Joy.. ......... 31320004Sadeckl. pulls up and
awards. man. SB-Mays. Haller, Christopher. SIP 1 out for Bolting In 7th; seven times at bat and had his NORTH MAIN
W. 4-4 9 7 3 3 3 4 Santord.I Whenever the trainer comesto backward, and, at the same b-Filed out for Sadowskl in 8th.
The tennis teams also scored U-Donatelll. Landes. Steiner. Barllck. I H R ERBBSO Milwaukee .... ...... .. 000 200 000-.2 league-leading average sliced I AT 23rd BLVD.
T-2:1*. A-10.219. a halt, the leash is pulled time the left hand pushes downon .. ...
Sanford U 4-5 .. I 3. 4 1 9 I Chicago .. ... ... 001 200 10* six points to .408.
Stallard W. 3-4 .. 9 4 22 6 4 tight in the right hand and the the dog's hindquarters just E-Boiling, Menke. PO-A Milwaukee I
U-Pryor. Secory Burkhart. Sudol. 24-11; Chicago 27-T. LOB-Milwaukee 3;
:T-2:26. A55,062MILWAUKEE dog is made to sit down. over the hipbones.The Chicago S. I

/ Friday AL Boxesi1 I abrhbi CHICAGO abrhbi To keep the dog under control, dog is commanded, HR 2B-Aaron- Bertell, Banks.Stewart Menke. Brock.!1 I For Dad .. The sidewalks are softer with

Mathews 3b 4 1 1 0 Brock rf 3210 4100 the leash-which has been heldin "Sit!" The trainer takes a short: Sadowskl U 2-4 7 IP H e.R ER 4 BBSO 2 5 Hush Puppies. For Dad The sidewalks are

Maye cf 4123 Rodgers ss the left hand just above thedog's Spahn ... ... 1 0 0 '
0 1
4142
aCline cf 1 0 0 Williams H step backward with his left fool l softer with Hush For Dad The
4000 Santo 3b 5002 BuM W, 5-2 9 2 2 0 7 Puppies. .
I' Night Game Night came Aaron rf 4000 Banks Ib 5010 collar while heeling-is and bends his right knee slight.. HBP-By Buhl tAlon/ ), By Sadowskl
BALTIMORE LOS ANGElES I NEW YORK KANSAS CITY Bailey c sidewalks softer Hush Puppies. For
are
Oliver Ib 4111 A'lfitano 2b 4 1 2 0 transferred to the right hand (Williams) U-Conlan Harvey. Venzon
ab h bl ibrhbl abrhbl abrhbl ly. His body remains erect:
r 1000 Weyer. T-1:52. i'
Brandt cf 4121 Pearson cf 4000 Kubek ss 4000 Causey ss 4121 Catty If 3100 4120 dStewart Bertell c 4020 just before the trainer stops and from the waist and he Second Game Dad The sid softer with Hush
Aparlclo ss 3022 Knoop 2b 4 0 0 0Bow.qit Rich'dson 2b 5 0 0 Mathews cf 4000 Menke ss up con-
Lopez If 4121 Alusik 1Mb Boiling 2tt 4121 Cowan cf 4 0 1 1 before the dog is given the command MILWAUKEE CHICAGO For walks softer
4110
40 I K'kpatrk H 3 0 00 Lemaster p 3 0 0 0 Hobbie p 0 0 0 0 tinues to face straight ahead. abrhbi abrhbi, Puppies. : are
Marls rf 4010 Colavito
rf 3123
Powell Ib 4000 Thomas rf 5000
Robinson 3b 3 0 1 0 Moran 3b S 0 1 0Kirkland Tresh cf 3000 Charles 3b 4000 Hoeft p 0000 0 0 0 0 Schurr bSchaffer p 2000 1 0 0 0 to sit : The right, hand adjusts the I Alou Cline cf cf 3000 1000 Stewart Brock rf 2b 2 3011 0 0 11,; with Hush Puppi : The sidewalks
rf 4 0 0 0 Rodgers c 4230 Pepitone Ib 3OlOLau c 3000 T'fenauer p This will shorten the leash so
0000 Mathews 3b 4 0 0 Williams If 4010
Warner of the leash :
Howard 3020 Edwards Ib 3020 p position by moving i softer H For Dad The
Satrtanor Ib 2010 with
Adair 2t 4110 cLandrum p 1 0 0 0 the cannot 1 Carty If 4000 Santo 3b 4011! are .
swing
Brown C 4110 Koppe ss 4022 Boyer 3b 2000 bTarfbull if 0 1 0 0 Spring p 0000 dog away it from side to side, or forward Aaron rf 3000 Banks Ib 4000
.' Roberts p 2000 Chance p 0000 Bouton p 2000 Green 2b 2010 i Totals 35055 Totals 31 5 11 SaRan from the trainer.. The right, Bailey c 3010 Rodgers ss 3100' sidewalks are so sh Puppies. For
Miller 0000 aSmithOslnski 1000 aMantle 1000 Segul p 3000 or backward, while the I Oliver
p In 7th b-Struck out Ib 2000 Cowan cf 3000
i bFregosicDees p 1000 1010 cBI'chard S p 0000 1000 Wyatt Bowsfield. p p0000 0000 I for Schurr for In Maye 7th; Grounded Into force left hand keeps the dog closeto Menke ss 2000 Schaffer c 2 0 0 e Dad The s ; fter with Hush

.t, I 0000 <0t.ls. 30 4 8 4 ,Amalfitano play for Warner in 9th.In Jtn; d-Flied out for the trainer. aMaye Boiling 2b 0 1000 a 0 McDaniel Slaughter p p 21 0000 00 i Puppies. For Dad walks are softer
R.Letp 000C 1 7th i b-Ran South Cage Woodw'42b0000 I
.(.t t dAdcockPerry 1010 for Edwards in 7thj c-Grounded out for .. 060 000 006-4 The dog should sit squarelyon Cloninger p 1000 : with Hush Puppi The sidewalks
r 0000 -I Chicago _.. .,., ._. .... 101 000 111-5 bTorre 1000 f _
I Totals 32303 Totals 35 293 New York .....' ..... ..... 000 Gel 000-1 ', Star SquadAnlloullced both hips, with his head near' Tiefenauer paD 0 0 \ are softer with H For Dad The
a-Lined out for Chance In 2nd b-I Kansas City ... .. ... .. Jvo Oft lux-41'' E-Menke 2. Brock. PO-A-Milwaukee the trainer's left knee-not too Totals 25 r'Blol 0 Totals 21232
i I Singled for Oslnski In 7th; c-Ran for 27-8. Chicago 27-12. DP-Menke Boiling a-Walked lng In 8th; bStruckout I sidewalks are Puppies. For
1\ Fregosl in 7th; d-Singled for R. Lee E-None. PO-A-New York 24-12. Kansas and Oliver. LOB-Milwaukee 7. Chicago far' back, not too far ahead. for Cloninger in Ith. I
'
in tthj e-Ran for Adcock In ,th. City 27-4. LOB-New York 10. Kansas 10f Milwaukee .. .. ... .. .. ooo ooo ooo- Dad The sideswalks Oh well They
Baltimore .. .. .. 120 009.000-3 City 4. 2B-Williams. Maye. Bertell. Carty Also, he should not sit at an Chicago ....... '.... 001 ooo 10-tE ,
___ HR-iolavlto. Lopez. S-Green.IP Banks. HR-OMveo Williams -Mathews, Cline.: PO-A Milwaukee i, softer with Hush TRY THEM.
Las Angeles '" III 100 100-2 H ft ERBBSO I f IP H R ER BB $(,jLemaster The South squad for the annual angle. 24-7 Chicago 27-6. DP chaffer and; are Puppies -
E-Brown. PO-A-Baltimore 27-10 Los Bouton.L3-4... 4 3 3 1 3W.Iiarns W. 4-2 61.3' 3 2 3 There is only one correct sitting Stewart. LOB Milwaukee 4, Chicago 1.1 j
..... ... ... 2 I 0 I all. I
2 North-South FHSAA
4
Angeles 277. DP-Koppe. Knoop and 2 2 1 I 0 0:Hoeft .2 2B-Williams. SB-Rodgers. -Cloning:'
Satrlano. LOB-Baltimore 5. Los Angeles Segul. W. 3-4 .... 11.3' 1 I S 7 Tiefenauer ..... 2-31 0 0 0 0 I position, and the handler er, Stewart. SF-Stewart. B-L SHOE DEPT.
12. Bowstielg .. .. 1.3 a 0 0 1 a Hobble. L. 0-3 .... 1 2.3. 5 2 1 star basketball game Aug. 1, IP H R ER BBSO
28-Koppe, Rodgers. Moran. SBBrandt. Wyatt .. ........ 1-3 0 a 0 0 Schurr 51-33 0 0 2 3: in Gainesville was announced should insist upon it every time Ctonger. U 3-5 7 3 2 1 3 C "SOFTER SIDEWALK" HEADQUARTERS
S-Roberts. Pearson. Knoop. SF- U-Chylak. Soar. salerno. McKinley. I Warner :.::::::: 1 1 0 0 1 0 the dog sits down.REMEMBER Tiefenauer 1 0 0 0 0 1
T 2.26. A ........ .. 0 0 0 0 a
Aparlclo. -14.470. Sprlnf 1 Saturday by Carey McDonald Slaughter. W, 14 7 I 0 5 S ,
IP H R ERBBSO WP-Schurr, Lemaster. U-Weyer Con- WORK THIRTY McDaniel 2 0 0 0 0 2
Roberts. W. 3-2... 72.3 I 2 2 3 1 Night Game j Ian Harvey Venzon. T-2-53. A-10,444. executive secretary of the Flor-. x Faced 1 man in Ith. ,
Miller .. 1131 0 0 1 2 CLEVELAND WASHINGTON I Night Came ida Coaches Assn. ((30)) MINUTES A DAY HBP-By Cloninger (Brock). PB-Bail'
Chance. U 3-2... 2 5 3 3 1 0 abrhbi adrhbi I HOUSTON PHILADELPHIA I WITH YOUR DOG. ey. O-Harvey, Venzon Weyer. Conlan.i,
Oslnski .... S 2 0 0 0 10 Howser u 4110 Brlnk'an ss 4 1 3 2 ab r h hi abrhbi The South coached this Seventeen
R.Le. .. .... 2 1 0 0 0 3 Davahllo cf 4 1 2 0 Kennedy 3b 1022 I Spangler If 4000 Rojas 2b 5142 year players signed by,
WP-Chance 2. U-Runge. Smith. Stew Wagner If .001 .-..... M V t H Fox 2b 4110 Allen 3b S 2 2 0 by Vince Schaefer of Miami I the Detroit Tigers are with
art. Honochlck T2:33.1.102.. A.VI 3b 4120 Skowron- Ib 4001 Lillis 2b 0000 Callison rf 3010 UF Fencer I
Night; Came Romano c 3 1 1 2 Lock rf<1 4 1 1 1Ncu.e White 3b-lf 4 1 2 Covington If 4 1 1 2 Senior, has size, speed and several other major league teams. Ten''
BOSTON MINNESOTA 1000 Leppert c 3000 Bond rf 3011 Wine ss 0000
ala r.. iii abrhbi Smith rf 4010 eBrumley (2100 I Staub cf 2100 Gonzalez If 4012 all-state basketball players Wins in MeetDr. are in the American League,I
1 Schilling 2b I 0 0 Versalles ss 4000 I biown 2b 400U *. 2000 I bAspnte 3b 1000 Herr-ln Ib-lf 3000 who will attempt to kee p seven in the National I
Bressoud ss 3000 Ollva rf 4131 Kindall Ib 3010 bKirg rf 1100 Roberts Ib 4110 cCater 1110BBteman THE STORE WITH MORE
Conigliaro If 4 0 0 0 Allison cf 4120 fWtuttiekl 1010 Cottier 2b 1310 I,I c 4 1 0 Dalrymple C 3 1 10 Rebel forces ahead in this ser
Y'tne'skl cf 31 0 0 Mhtcher lb 4000 I John p 1000 ,,_....... 2b 1114, Kesko ss 4113 dTaylor 0000 Timothy Reed of the GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER
Stuart Ib 4113 Klllebrew If 3132 McMahon p 0000 Osteen p 3010: Bruce p 1000 Amaro ss-1b4 a 00 ies.Scha2fer's University of Florida the Ray Broussard won Gulf-
Nations 3b 2000 Bailey c 010 aFrancona 10 OOuciwgrthp10gO Larsen p 1000 Running p 3000 Miami Senior won stream Park's 1302 NORTH MAIN STREET
Cl>nton rf 3010 Allen 2b 3000Tlllman Sebeflp 0000 aWynn 1000 Bennett p 0000 state men's foil championshipin j I jocket champion-
: C 3000 Goryl 3b 4000 dChance 1000 Woodesh'k p 0 0 0 0 eTriandos c 1 1 11 team, which went to the semifinals ship with 51 winners five !
Lamabe p 2000 Roland p 3000 Ab.rnamypoo 0 0 Roebuck p 0000Tata a recent meet at St. Peters, more
I aMantiila! 1000 Keiiey p oooo ** 3306 5 Totals 34 ?12 7a of the Class AA state burg. than Walter Blum. Mike Car-'
Radatz p 0000 gLuplow 1000 -Filed out for Larsen In Bth; b- tournament contributes two
Totals p222 Totals 33301 T Uls 34 4 t 3 Totals U Ill Grounded out for Staub in Ittu c-Singled Dr. Reed also finished second .. rozzella led apprentice riders' USE B-L CHARGE-, CENTRAL CHARGE
_* Popped out for Lamabe In 1th.Boston a-Struck out for McMahon in 4th; I for Herrnstein in ith; d-SacrifIced fOi boys in Coach Schaefer's son with 42. j!
b-Sirvc* put tor Hunt in 61n; Walked Dalrymple in Ith; Doubled for Ben- in epee division and thirdin {
i Chuck and
020 000 0062MiIlIl"la Terry Akins.
for Cottier In 4th d-Struct 001 h. nett in ttnHOUSKM .
saber.
.. Runnerup in foil
oil ooo oox a was
icberi in 7th. e-Safe on error for Lep .. .. .. 000 000 1SO-4. Terry Lanier (Tampa Plant), .
Conlgllaro. Malzone. PO-A-Boston pert in rita Singled for Kindall in 200 021 t2x-7E Seymour Bindenfield of Miami -I
Philadelphia
24-14 Minnesota 271. LOB-Boston 1 !ihj g-Struck out tor Kelley in 'tlI \. Mike Rollyson (Plant City), Don
while Bob Caldwell St. Petersburg (
Minnesota L2BOlIva. (Cleveland _............. ooo-OM 100-4 Kasko, Callison. PO-A Houston 24- Stinnett (Cocoa David Miller '
Allison. 27-& LOB Houston 2, .
3B Ollva. HR- M --' ..II ... .'" owl 021 4"- 12. Philadelphia was third.In .

Stuart. Killebrtw. IP H R ERBBSOLamabe. -E-:Cottier._Kennedy Howser. PO-A Philadelphia 28-Roias, 7.White 2 Triandos. 38-Gonzalez. (Delray Seacrest), Jim McKir.! epee, Jess Bart, Miami, men's fashion suggestion for Brand Names Week

4 L. 5-2 7 3 3 1 3 Cleveland 2... Washington 27-12. DP- Fox. Rojas. S-Taylor.IP chy (Miami Columbus), Jeff
with Caldwell third. In
Radati ... 1 0 0 0 1 1RoLond.W.2.2..0 Brown and Kindallj Kennedy. Cottier and H R ER BBSO I won saber -
2 2 2 2 7 Skowron; Howser. Brown and KmdalL.Bruce ... '". 41-3 7 4 3 1 2 Grate (Miami Norland, Bob Peter Winner, Miami, won
.HBP-By Roland (Malzone WP-La- lOB-Cleveland 3. Washington 14. I Larsen .. 223 2 1 1 0 3 Miami Beach
mabe. Roland. U-VlllentlM. Napp. Papa- 28-Brlnkman. Davalillo. 3B-Cottier. WoodesWk.L.1'31 322 5 0 Dowling ( Senior with Caldwell second. 7b
reiia. Stevens. T-2.40. A-20.290. HR-Romano. SF-Brinkman. I j Burning 7 2-3 6 6 2 1 S ), Chuck Schaefer (Miami Women's foil honors went to CONfIDENCE
I CHICAGO DETROIT IP H R ERBBSO Bennett W. *-3 ... 1-3000 1 I .. .e.
abrhbi abrhbi I John .. ....... 4 2.3 5 3 3 4 5 ,Roebuck 1 tOO' a Senior). Nancy Gore, Fort Lauderdale. BRAND. .,
I H' 'ger ct-rf 5110 Bruton cf 4000 McMahon ...... 1-30 0 1 WP-Larsen. u-Gorman. Pelekoudas.
McCraw Ib 3100 Lumps 2b 401 C S'ebert ......... 1 3 1 I I 2 Williams. Smith. T-2:38. -1X047. The North lineup will be announced Loretta Kushner, Coral Gables, NAMES .
Robsonrt-l 3lOOKallne rt 4010 Abernathy L, 1-2 1-3 2 4 3 2 1 Night Game next Sunday McDonald -I. second and Prietzel OATISPCTlOW
was Inge
Ward 3b 4134 Cash Ib 400Hansen Kelley ..... .... 1 WI' I 42 LOS ANGELES PITTSBURGH -
ss 4000 Brown If 3110 Osteen ......... 41-3 7 1 2 ala r II.. abrhblW.OaviscfS22lSchf'd I said. St. Petersburg, third. ;
I NkhoIeenIf2001FrethanC 101aLandls Duckworth.. 11 2 2-3 2 5 0 0 4 I ss 4010 -- _
cf 0000 Roarke c 201Weis U-Hurley. Flaherty. Carrigan. Haller. : Will* ss 4121 Virdon cf 4010T. ;
2b lS2SMcAullffsss3000 T-3:OS, A0LTribe Davis If 4 0 1 1 CTm'nte rf 4 1 1 0 I /9 ,;
ManIac 3010 Wert 3b 3010 Fairly 3b 4031 Stargell H 4020 A
Buzt'ardlp 4500WIckshamp2SSS Howard rf 3000 Burgess C 4011! WANTED! -
4 Egan p Cool Parker rf 0 0 0 cMcF-fTr ISIS
bOemeter 1000 Recalls Roseboro e 4' 1 0 Bailey Jb 4000 S lI
Navarro p 0000 McM'ten 3b 4. 1 0 Cfnd'n'n Ib 3505 I
Totals 32 4 44 Totals 31.100 Tracwsid2b3l050Lynth 1000 i MENWOMENfrom ", "
a-Ran for Nicholson in Off; b-Fouled Moeller p 3000MzrskI2b 3500
GUt for Egan In $. Sam McDowell Bias p 1000aFreese short sleeve shirtsQuality
Chicago .... .. sos 004 QQQ-4Detroit 1000: ages 18 to 52. Prepare some "cases only one out of i sport 7
.. ..... Ill OOP 000_1 Butters p lOll ISIS I MOW for U.S. Civil Service five pass. i
I CLEVELAND (APThe bAiley in this durLiRco' Service lisa
openings
I Hershberger. PO-A-Chicago 27-10. Face p IllS I job area helped t '. '
Detroit 17-10. OP-WeU and McCr_. Cleveland Indians recalled Totals 34 410 4 TOtals 34161 I jag the next 1 2 anonths. thousands prepare for these hits a new high when Manhattan p'1 ; : '
LOB Chicago 4. Detroit 4. a-Safe on error for Blass In 7th; b- Government positions pay as tests every year since 1948.
I
southpaw Sam McDowell Saturday tailors shirts-in '
Hershberger.. SB-Brown. HR- -:Struck out for Butters In Ith; c-Ran: nigh as 446.00 a month to It is one of the largest and I our sport
Ward. SB-Wei from their Portland farm for Burgess to 9ttij d-Struck out for of fabric de- '
excellence detailing
IP H R ERBBSOBuzhardt. Clendenon in titUs \. start. oldest privately owned schools g

W. 5-2' 6 1 1 1 5 club In the Pacific Coast Leagueand Angeles .- .... .... 1M 02* 100-4 I They pravid'e much greater of its kind and is not connected I sign.All washable (many wash-and- t 1
wIck'sMm.L043135 4 4 2 4 ._. .. .. I security than with the '
optioned outfielder Al Pittsburgh 00* OOOMt-1E private employment Government. S FttM
Egan .... 22-3 1 0 0 I o Lup- i wear). they keep their handsome
and FREE
... : Blass. McMvtlen Wilts. TracewttL excellent oportu.For infeautio. on Government
Navarro 1 0 S S S 2 low to the same club. '
HBP-By Wtckersham (Martin. Mc PO-A tw Angeles 27-11 Pittsburgh 2711. ity for advancement. Maay fobs, including list I' appearance longer. Exclusive Milan :
Craw). WP-Wlckorsham. U-DiMuro.Paparella. DP-MazeroskU Schofleld and Clendenon. positions require little or ,no of positions and salaries fill collar looks well open or closed. A
The Tribe also rookie 2 Fairly Wills and LOB
Drummond Umont. T-2.35. AI7.NU optioned Angeles; 7. Pittsburgh Fairly.4.2B -Los I specialized education or eiperience. out coupon and mail at once I

pitcher Tom Kell y to -Fairly. Roseboro. SB-Wilts. T.: -TODAY. You will also get These are a few of the reasons we /1/
Charleston of the Eastern Davis. Moeller.. I But to get oe* of these jobs full details on how yooj can %
IP H R E It IB SO : suggest Manhattan brand now /f
British Win you must pass a test. The prepare yourself for these
I League and recalled Moelkc.W.3-3..9 I'
from
6 2
2 I 7 is keen and in I Brand and all 1 I
Blass. U12 ...... 6 1 3 J 2 3! competition tests. during Names Week ,

SURBTTON, England (AP)- en Charleston. a first-year outfielder player.Paul Dick- Fact Butters ...".-.............2 I 2 I I I 1 I *I 3 1; _ ___.. Don't delay ACT NOW! : year. Enjoy yours soon. '

Ann Haydon Jones, Britain'* U-taword.VargoForman, Jackow- j 5A
: LINCOLN SERVICE
D .
Dept. 61
FROM$5.OO
skL T-2:07. A 14.114. I
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No. 1 Wightman Cup player, McDowell, who was paid a Pekin, .Illinois \

crushed Carole Caldwell of San large bonus as a rookie has not !

ta Monica Calif., 6-3, 6-1 in the 1 been able to remain with, the I'I'I(1)am A very list of much U.S.interested.Govenment Please positions send and me salaries absolutely; 12)FREE In* I 225 WEST UNIVERSITY- AVE.

fInal of the Surrey tennis cham- Indians the last two seasons. Jim Lynch. Notre Dame end formation on how to qualify for a U.S. Government. Job.. i S IhM1n11.FREE PARKING

Dionships Saturday. I I This season, however, he has candidate next fan. is a brother -I: Name .. .. .. .. .... .. ._ . A,. ...... .
I The one-sided match was a Jan M record with Portland and of Tom Lynch, center and ivr On the Huge First Federal Lott

morale booster for the British has pitched a no-hitter, a one- captain of Navy 1963 football I ateect ....- ..... ... .. .. . p 8011. .. ......... I' 1

"@!man team hitter and a two-hitter. team. City .. .. . . .: .. .. . Jtate _. ... .... .. I I -



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O6 Sunday May 31, 1964 Gainesville" Son 1 4
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.. I Pete Ward, 1


Roman Brother McNertneyPace




WinnerCHERRY Chisox

Jersey


S4Y! J'Ec: Ie drove DETROIT in three(AP-Pete runs and Ward Tom

HILL, N. J., (AP- State last year in both the Gar-'man Brother returned $8.60, 4 ? Y a McNertney knocked in two with
Harbor View Farm's Roman den State Trial and the rich,$3.40 and $2.60. Mr. Brick, who ItI three hits, leading the Chicago I

Brother, ridden by Chilean jock Garden State'Stakes for 2-year- recently won the Withers, ILI1'JMU White Sox past Detroit 10-4 Sat-

ey champion Fernando Alvarez, olds, earned $81,445 for owner proved once again that he is a : urday.
i raced to the front with a quar- Louis Wolfson of Miami. greater sprinter, but can't winat SEPl l{ i
ter of a mile to go, and romped more than one mile. He paid nUs lYrE ri4I + V J. McNertney who entered the

: home a three length winner over Big Move $2.60 and $2.20, while the third Ocr game with a .115 batting average -

i I the favored Mr. Brick in the Moving from seventh to fourth horse, another three lengths 3' LJU ( had a pair of singles anda I.

', $125,300 Jersey Derby at Gar- after half a mile of 1milesrace back, Reginald N.,Webster's National r solo homer. His fifth-inning
den State Park Memorial Day. for 3-year -' olds, Roman returned $4.60 for show. ocr :10 Olfl//Si// {fI.ifI1I1J ) homer, first of his major league
.
Ironically, trainer Burley Brother made his big moveas There was no immediate de : career came off Phil Regan,

Parke decided late last week to the field of eight was half cision from Parke on whetherhe ocr i/75.fROlINR' ()fdfEtMINGJ second of four Detroit pitchers.

enter Roman Brother in this way around the far turn. He planned to enter Roman Floyd Robinson and Ward hit

fifth modem renewal of the flew past Bob Ussery aboardMr. Brother in the Belmont Stakesin ,ocr Z4Rf.RBRRR '( {JfpL-TfRI1) W back-to-back homers in the

Jersey only after the Scoundrelwas Brick and widened his mar- New York next Saturday.Good sixth off Julio Navarro. Ward I

injured and withdrawn. gin through the stretch.A Chance ocr 31 AUBURN fBfJPll-TfRlfl singled home two runs in Chi
The son of Third BrotherRoman -I 3-1 second choice of the 43- "Let's wait a few days," he cago's six-run fourth.

Zephr second at Garden I 341 fans on a hot afternoon.,Ro- :said. "There is a good chance Nov 7 .GEORGIA rWliTfS yS' f
we'll go, but I want to think it ? The Tigers picked up four

over. Off the race he ran today, runs in the sixth inning off starter -
Wins he certainly deserves the NOV.2E111/ rlIJfIfS US'? r r t Joel Horlen. Two of the runs
Navy Team chance."
CHICAGO DETROIT
:Mr. Brick as expected came VZ8 tillITES .UJ abrhbi ahrhblH'shb'ger
cf 4 0 0 0 Wood 3b 4000
out of the gate on top, and ei- Buferd 2t 4110 Lump 2b 4110
Landis cf 2110 Kalin rf 4000
ther led or pressed the pace Rob'soo rf :3 2 2 2 Cash Ib 4112
I IntercollegiateLacrosse through the first half mile. De- il< : Ward Hansen 3b II 5123 4001 Brown Thomas If cf 4110 4120Nicholson
termined Man, with John Sel- N If 41 0 0 Wert ss 3010
> McCraw Ib 4120 Roarke C 4011
lers aboard, and Chieftain, rid -- -- McN'tney c 4 2':3 2 Aguirre p 1000
den Phil Grimm raced with Martin cO' 0 0 Regan p 0000
r Crown by Schedule'sPretty Mean Joyce Is Nice Horlen p 2100 bBruton 0000
the 6-5 favorite. dMinoso tOO Navarro. 0000
Wilhelm p 0000 cM'Auliff 1000
Roman Brother, seventh out UP coed Joyce Bleidner of Plantation posts the news that the "1964 University of Florida foot- Egan p 0000

double. of the gate and still trailing after ..ball schedule has been rated toughest in the Southeastern Conference in a poll of league coaches. The Ga- Totals 27 I111 I Demeter Totals 34 1000 4 13

By THE ASSOCIATED undefeated lacrosse PRESSNavy's Bolt's singled the pitcher John home.Rogers Navy then ; a half a mile, started his tors play six bowl teams, then traditional rivals Georgia, Florida State and Miami, a trio of teams which, __Singled for Landli In 4tn; b-Walked
I I j move as the field reached the in the words of head coach Ray Graves, "hates us." If you can't stand to look at that schedule again, look for Regan In 5th c-Lined out for Navarro -
team whipped previously unbeaten came back with its run in the j far I turn his in thj d-Filed out for Horlen In
: as Ussery, seeking at Joyce. It's easier on the eyes. 7th; e-Grounded out for Egan In fth.
Army S-4 Saturday and bottom of the ninth before De- \third win in as many Jersey Chicago ...,-........... lOG 612 00--it
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captured the national intercol- Bolt ended the threat with run- ]Derby rides, regained the lead. Detroit 000 004 000- 4
legiate championship as the,two ners on second and third. Hershberger Lump. Aguirre PO
I The 27-year-old Alvarez he SAYS MANAGER DARK Chicago 2710. Detroit 277. DP-Wood.
service academies climaxed Navy's golfers won 6-1, also :started riding in this coun- Lump.and Cash. LOB-Chicago 5, Detroit
5.2B
!- their spring athletic seasons at the Naval Academy, and :;try last year, whipped Roman -Landis. HR-McNertney, Robinson
I with head-to-head meetings in handed Army its first setback ]Brother into the lead midway Ward, Cash. S-Morlen, Hershberger

'f five sports. in 12 meets. Navy, which finished |through the turn and it was all Giants Not Up to Par Horlen, W, 2-2 ... IP 6 H 7 R 4 ER) 00 I SO 0

', Army however, scored victories its golf schedule at 10-1( 4 over.: : xAguirre Wilhelm L...1.1....,... 3 3 6 0 5 0 4 0 2 0 4 0
I in track, tennis and baseball has beaten the Cadets 19 times, Roman Brother was timed in Regan ......... 2 :3 :3 3: 1 2
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competition.--- -Navy- defeated the Sfrin York (Timra ter away in Spanish. Mays started a mock sparring session x-Faced HBP-By 4 Horlen men In(Wert 4th.). Paparella,
Cadets in golf. By ARTHUR DALEY with Hiller while teammates gave Willie a verbal rid- Umonf Drvmt ond. DI Muro. T-2:35..
A-11M3.
I The middies jumped, to a 2-0 Pitches NEW YORK When Alvin Dark led his troops into New ing.
first period lead in the lacrosse Whitey York for the gala weekend jamboree with the Mets, his "Please, gentlemen," said Billy Pierce. "You're not treat-

match at West Point and were Giants were in first place. But the dauntless of the refu- ing our captain with the proper respect." I I

headed. Sophomore Jim from the Polo Grounds singularly unimpressedby
never gees was
Lewis, of Uniondale,N.Y., paced Yanks Past A'sKANSAS the fact. Almost Same Weight
the winners with three goals anda "I'll accept it," he said unhappily. "But we just haven't
! a pair of assists. been playing good ball. Willie Mays has been carrying the "I wouldn't want it any other way," said the joyous Wile
main load and we've gotten superlative pitching from Juan lie.. He dashed into Doc Bowman's training quarters and CLEANING
t1 Won Three CITY (APWhiteyFord Yanks pushed over three runs I :Marichal along with help from Bob Shaw. The other big hopped on a scale. REPAIRING"We
in
fired five-hitter for his the ninth.
track captain Bill a Twilight Cam boys have not been hitting, our defense has been slipshodand "Not bad," he said.ul'm 188 pounds, only three more
Army fifth
victory Saturday night as
NEW YORK KANSAS CITY -well, it's not what I hoped." than I was when I first joined the Giants."
Straub won the mile twomileand the New York Yankees whipped! abrhbi abrhbi Rod
the Cadets Kubek u 5 0 21 Causey ss 4020 Perhaps there is no stronger indication of the inherent Snider was rubbing his elbow.
pulled 880-yard out an runs 8
six All of the hits off Ford were Maris rf 32 0 0 Colavito 4010 have been able to gain a position of pre-eminence in spiteof said the Duke. "I still have three bone chips from the
Annapolis. Army, beaten in Tresh cf 1011 Charles 3b 4000
Motor Block
took :singles, two coming in the third Pepitone Ib Jill Edwards Ib 4000 lackluster performances by so many. But these Giants time Bob Gibson broke my arm in 1961."
of eight field events, seven when the Athletics scored an Boyer Howard 3b c 5243 5 l l 3 Green Lau c 2b 3110 3000 were brimful of confidence in the future as they batted the "How's Yogi doing?" said Harvey Kuenn and never FlushedWe
events. j
of nine running 1 unearned run. Ford allowed Ford p 4010 Drab'sky p 2000 conversational ball aound the clubhouse. They swung hard waited for an answer. ,"The Yanks will have a good month

Navy's Mike Berkowitz just two hits after that inning. Grzenda Williami p 1000 0 0000 at the first pitch, the chance observation by ,a visitor that and school will be out. It all will be over." Pick-Up & Deliver

feet, tt inch in the shot put- The 35-year-old left-hander Totals 31 f 12 f Totals Handrah'n p 32 0 1 0 5 0 I 0 the Giants were so good they really should have a five- "Mickey Mantle is having trouble, though," said the Duke.

,! and Mike Brown-15 feet, 5 inches :struck out seven and walked one New Struck York out .for....Grzenda,..,. in 8th. game lead. "I told him this spring that I had my knee operated on RADIATOR SHOP
in the pole vault-accounted :in winning the 204thgame of his Kansas City ."-..,. ..."...?... 001 000 000 OH 01J 100-1- "I'll buy thatsaid Shaw, the handsome reliever. "Wil- just as he did and that it was June before I could .rounda White Electric

for two of three meet records.I career. He has one defeat this po-A-New E-Boyer, Edwards.York 21.10.Mathews.Kansas City Colavito.21... lie has been great and so has Marichal. I've been so-so. base. He isn't hitting well left-handed. I know why be-
Dave Kuhn of Army set the :season. DP-Boyer, Richardson. and Pepitone. But the others haven't even started." cause I couldn't get around on my swing either. I couldn't & Battery
LOB-New York I Kansas
City 5.
off the weak
push knee. I finally backed from the
28-Howard. away
other mark with a leap of 46 The Yankees scored four HR-Boyer.IP SF H-Tresn.R ER I. SO 'Yet' Is Key Word"We're plate so that I didn't have to pivot so much." Service
10'6 inches in the triple Ford. W. 5-1 ..,. 9
feet S 1
:runs! the last three on Clete Drab'sky L. 1-- ? 7 7 5 5 0 2 1 4 7 "Walk out on the field with me, Willie," said Herman

:I jump. Boyer's fourth home run, in the Grzenda Handrahan: ............1 1 4 1 1 1 1 1 not bowling anyone over yet," said Chuck Killer. Franks, the coach. "The crowd will cheer and everyone will 118 N.W. 8th Ave.
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I The Cadets won six of nine :sixth inning, snapping a 1.1 tie I HBP-BY Grzenda- (Marls). U-Soar,l Sal 0 "Yet that's the key word," said Duke Snider, the new- ask, 'Who's that fellow with Herman Franks?' FR 2-8581
tennis matches at West Point, :and making a six-time loser of erno, McKlntey Chylak. T-2:34. A-20,8,. est Giant. "We've got guys who haven't hit but are gon Willie laughed in delight. Willie always laughs in delight.
1 with team Capt. John Leyer- :Kansas City starter Moe Dra- na hit."

zaph clinching the victory in the :bowsky. NAIA Golf "You win on defense and pitching," said Shaw. "The sin-

fifth singles match. Singles by Hector Lopez, Tom gle kills you, not the bomb. The home run is great but I Telephone Co. ,
: Pitcher Barry DeBolt checked I II that timely base hit, ah."
Tresh and Elston Howard
I l i Navy on four singles scored a ,scored one run before Boyer Event SlatedFORT "Listen, fellows," said Dark, pausing in his tour of the To Seek Third

run and drove in the other as drove over the left field fence. locker room. "If you want to stay over on Monday's open t esc
I the Cadets' ninth-inning rally Howard had three singles anda WORTH, Tex. (AP- date in order to see the World's Fair, it's oay." Loop VictoryHIGH .
nipped the Middies 2-1 in base- More than "Take it the Duke. "We've all
double scored one run and 100 college golfers easy, skipper, protested SPRINGS Second rVOODROW for
ball at Annapolis. drove in three. He'singled home invade Meadowbrook course got golf courses lined up for Monday. The fair can wait." week of action is scheduled-
i Mike Silliman tripled to open Roger Maris in the eighth and Tuesday as the National Association "Golf?" said Willie Mays, bouncing into the middle of the softball in
the ninth and tallied on De-I delivered another run as the of Intercollegiate Ath- discussion and taking a phantom swing at a phantom ball. the'High Springs North Florida leagueas Telephone Men
letics championship opens. "Oh, man. I don't know how these guys makes low scores.I leading -
Co. bids for third f
just can't hit a golf ball nohow." a
Olden Times WinnerIn Some 30 teams will competein "Maybe that's because it isn't moving when you hit it," win.Telephone Specialists Men's Wear for Florida
the Co. winless
.I annual tournament, com- said a sympathetic listener and then added innocently, plays
I ing here from points as widely "What's your best score?" Rebels Tuesday night to high- WE DID IT AGAINThis

Rich Metropolitan separated as New Jersey and "My best is 105," said Willie, trying hard to stifle un- light the four-game schedule.HIGH _

i Oregon. controllable laughter. SPRINGS LEAGUE W L Pet is a repeat of our LAST SALE. We
t It should be a close fourdayrace. "What a con job that is," said Lockman. I know North Florida Telephone 2 0 1.000
Whitey
By ORLO ROBERTSON show sold but able
neck in out additional
was a front of Defending Carton 1 I .500 were to get -
champion for fact that Willie has shot 85."
a an Southeast Transformers 1 1 .500
fourth place Red Gar. Eastern New Mexico Spurs .0 I .000 stock. I If did not in for the LAST
NEW YORK Olden Times Ahoy, carrying top weight of will bring "Hey, you guys," said Eddie Logan, the clubhouse man."Don't Rebels 0 1 ..000 you get
back all four of its winners. THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE SAlE
.
came from out of the west Saturday 132 forget to autograph the baseballs. Firma la telota. eDROP
for pounds and seeking to ex- Last year's runner-up, Wash- "Si, si," said Orlando Cepeda, grinning appreciatively. North Florida TuesdayI Telephone vs. Rebels
I. an upset victory in tend his winning streak to four, i burn University of Kansas, has Marichal. Jose Pagan and the Alou brothers began to chat- Spurs.; ':15. Southeast Transformers vs. EVERYTHINGThis
the 71st running of the again failed to his -
$115,400 carry vaunt-i its top three back and Texas Thursday
,
Metropolitan Handicap ,before a ed speed for one mile. He set I Rebles vs. Southeast Transformers;
Wesleyan of Fort Worth will Race Driver driving a Jaguar, suffered a you can't afford to miss
t crowd of 59,202 at AqueductThe the early pace and then woundup have a foursome considered
brain concussion in another -
slight Edward (Ted) Kakas, 6-foot-4
6-year-old son of Relic last. I among the contenders. Dies in Crash accident which occurred senior from Southboro, Mass., DRESS SLACKS-
j Between Red Gar and Ahoy Back with Eastern New Mexico -
from Rex Ellsworth's stable, shortly after the cloudburst captains the Syracuse University -
with jockey Hank Moreno hang- in order were Sunrise County, I is Steve Spray, who shot a ADENAU, Germany (AP-A struck. :, crew.
Smart Bojour, Choker, Bold 64 in the opener of last year'snational sudden, violent thunderstorm Dacron polyester and
ing onto a slipping saddle, Commander, Green Hornet and : at Kansas City and for rayon tropical weight.
during practice runs Friday'
stepped the mile id 1:315 un- .went to win the I Wash 'n wear Ivy. no
Prego. on individual
the Nuerburgring road race has
der 119 pounds and finished two .. pleat or single pleat 2 for $11
cut out the championship.
lengths in front of Paul Mel- Ahoy early paceas been blamed for the death of both with belt loops.
'I expected but found himself Eastern Texas State driver and the of Corn
Ion's Quadrangle, the only] 3yearold returns one injury an- rowers Popular wonted colors.
in the-field reduced to challenged by Quadrangle. and with a strong team that placed other. Sizes 29 to 42. Res 7.99 Each
Olden Times after fourth last six shots behind Brian Hetreed 5 of Britainwas *
going one- year, ,
12 by the scratching of Chateau-
half mile in 44 4-5 seconds. But third-place Texas Wesleyan. killed when his Aston Mar- Jet FREE CUFF ALTERATIONS' I
and Guadalcanal.
mghera
gay his margin was only a head Nicky Brice, of East Texas, tin went out of control and left ( .

In picking up the purse of with one-quarter mile to go. The who was second in the individ- the road while 50 drivers prac-

$75,010 to run his career bankroll first six furlongs were run in a ual competition at Kansas City, ticed for Sunday's 621-mile

to $437,075 Olden times sizzling 1:0915.Quadrangle: returns for another shot at the event for grand touring cars. with Du Pont

I paid $21.40, $9.80 and $4.90. who is eligiblefor title. Dick Protheroe of Britain,I .1 SLACKS $ 99

Quadrangle returned $6.30 and next Saturday's Belmont 1\
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Congratulations go to the 547 high j :. '
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: Goiuesviiie; Sun Sunday, May 3i, b'O4
was responsible for monthly munity for its continued sup- and Mrs. James L. Lowry

programs at the regular port of all the League's pro- were co-chairmen for tha affair
Junior Welfare League Closes YearMrs. meetings. Among the programs jects. assisted by members of

given this year were Mrs. William L. Donigan the social committee.' -
i an International Fashion Show
and a portion of "Brigadoon"

I ., presented Students. by P. K. Yonge EDMUND DWYER

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UNWANTED
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were easily recognized this '<:h;

" i year as they wore aqua and ; i IThIflI3T5
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k } appointments at their various FOREVER 1

league projects. Medically Approved Method,

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4 Mrs. James Lowry, left, and Mrs. William Donigan, served as co-chairman for ..".'{!/1.. ""...... _._:<-' ;: ,
I the spring dinner meeting of the league, which took place at the Gainesville Golf 1 H H,

f and Country Club. More than 100 active members and sustaining members of 'I :"f[
the organization heard reports of the year's accomplishments which preceeded ;{, ti i I.
installation of new oficers.

4A I; the League and two mem- tal for indigent patients with cases for the Alachua County I I r

| bers became sustaining Mrs. six counties, Alachua, Colum- Audio-Visual Aid Materials

r9 I_ M. Murray Lasley and Mrs. bia, Gilchrist Bradford, Center. The Suitcases, distri- r I
A. Pierre Vidal. Levy and Marion, represented. buted to the classrooms upon

Mrs. James E. Cannon The clinic is staffed by request, contain material illu- I" Fluted .
squirt S% Compote
5"Suce Bowl
I Thrift Shop Chairman an physicians of the hospital staff strative of life 'in other coun- Bowl $14.n 4ft MI $14.50 $9.50

nounced sales totaling $7,100 and Mrs. Margaret Brennan is tries. all through the house. .
_. '. for the year. The shop is open the secretary. Two League The television committeehas

: I Mrs. Jack Hadley, left, member of the hostess six mornings a week from 9 members take histories and presented a television the DECORATOR TOUCHAdd

I committee, greeted Mrs. Henry Barber, treasurer, a.m. to 1 p.m. with two members do clerical work during the show, "This Week" over Chan- warmth and style with deeorator-coordinated colors lining heavy
i and Mrs. L. T. Hury, retiring president, upon arrival on duty. Our Thrift Shop clinic and assist the two pub- nel 5 WUFT each Thursday Wallace SHverplate.The beauty of it Is that Color-Clad linings flatter foods
J continues to be the main finan lic health evening. Two members, Mrs.
at the annual dinner meeting of the Junior Welfare nurses on duty. and flowers while they resist discoloring or effects of foods, water even '
League. cial basis for all League pro- For the Boys' Club project J. D. Henry Jr., and Mrs. t
cigarettes! Be first to enjoy it In home choose A
jects. The shop will close professional members John A. H. Murphree Jr., your or a special gift
By CONNIE FLETCHERMrs. Special Committee chair- May 30 and re-open August serve each Monday night by served on this project; one complete, selection In muted tones of red, blue, green, yellow, burnt '

William P. Hadley, men introduced were: doing clerical work. Financial as weekly hostess and the oth orange and brown KO
new president of the Junior Mrs. Henry Gray Jr., project 17th.Mrs.. Robert E. Clayton, assistance was also providedby er as interviewer. The showis from T.Ow including Fed.tax.

Welfare League, was installed finding and investigating; Service chairman reportedthe a donation of $500 toward live and consists of a re a
Mrs. Charles Denny and Mrs. Sea tin Wallace Co11r-Clad Collectioa BOV it
by retiring president Mrs. L. Pediatric Clinic, for indi- the over all club program. announcements and a 10 minute
Walter B. sOcial
Stotesbury Jr.,
I. T. Hury, during the annual co-chairmen Mrs. gent patients through the age The Boys Club recently pres- interview, discussion or
May dinner meeting Wednes- ; Tay of 14, has seen 1,950 patientsand ented the League with a pla- demonstration.
lor
blood
Kirby, bank Mrs.
day evening. More than 100 Gerald Schiebler, telephone; paid drug bills amountingto que for service. Newsletter. DistributedMiss
I attended the event at the ; $3,690.38 with $45 of this The Children's Theater com- Kathy Dantzler and @MBA
and Mrs. Marvin Greshamand
Gainesville Golf and Country amount donated by the Uni- mittee, with Mrs. Marvin members of the newsheet 211 WESTUNIVERSITY
Mrs. Gerald
McCoy cochairmen versity City Kiwanis Club. Gresham as chairman, completed committee, sent out .1 monthly -
of the and ar"
f"-9/CA/t
club.Members of the new boardof means committee ways and the The 19 members of this com- its seventh year of paper, "League Lines," 'to GEt s AVE.
directors, presented by. mittee supply clerical help bringing a live theater production all active and sustaining
1965 Follies.
and screen new patients.The "The Princess Who members.The PHONE FR 2-8658-
Mrs Hadley are:
Mrs. welcomed the
Hadley clinic is Couldn't Laugh" to more Education committee
open Monday,
Mrs. Fred C. Sivia Jr., first members and also
sustaining and than Alachua headed by Mrs. John East
Wednesday, Friday morn- 8,000 County ,
vice and
president presidentelect -
introduced Mrs. C. G. Mix-
School Children. -- -----
ings with one of 12 city doc I
; Miss Kathy Dantzler, _
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son in-coming Sustaining
tors their The nine committee mem-
volunteering
serv-
i second vice president and i
President.Mrs.
; ices on duty each morning.Two bers, who also designed and
placement chairman; Mrs. .
J. H. Palmer, although
health made the and
costumes -
public
nurses
scenery
I1 Billy Brashear, recording sec- unable to attend was honored KEJA
total of 28
also attend each clinic. presented a
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retary; Mrs. Ben L. Samuels by the League for her The 51
and Tumor Clinic, open performances. I
corresponding secretary, of
many years dedicated serv- the first and third Thursday Suitcase Museum
Mrs. William H. Barber, trea-
and
: ice to the League co m- has
1 mornings each month provided Our Suitcase Museum .
surer. munity by establishing scholarship care for 202 patients expanded this year and has BY
I Committee chairmen introduced fund in her
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68 of whom were new pa- now completed a total of 10
were: Mrs. John R. Ly- Mrs. J. D. Henry Jr., provi-
This is staff-
tients and 134 readmitted pa- suitcases. project gv\
num Jr., admissions; Mrs. sional chairman introducedthe
tients. This clinic is a serviceof ed by professional memberswho
Donald M. Emerson, advi-
eight provisional mem-
the Alachua General Hospi- compile educational suit-
; sory planning: Mrs. William bers: Mrs. Andrew Arras Jr., t ------ --
C. Ruffin Jr., Children's Mrs. Fred B. Bullard Jr., I
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George A. Dell, nominating; Ranny E. Hoehn, Mrs. JohnH. a ZENITH "ALL AMERICAN"
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I;! Harling-Brown Vows Said/ Bridal C f C ENGAGEMENTS :::11II1 giwwrnlImy ,I

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I Mrs. Austen B. Brown of At- I Ja
; 4anta, became the bride of ,aE1
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I ingThe nuptials took place in a/ r .s A .and white color a f iwJ

2Ee First Baptist Church with note was featured in the E1z E1\> ; ;
3ev. Fred T. Laughon Jr., luncheon given yesterday by

:pastor, officiating for the >Y0 Mrs. Darrel J. Mase and Mrs.
"double.ring ceremony.A bjy; R. S. Mullin to honor Miss -
Gayle Cross, fiancee of Cas a. a
musical program was provided I >:,
by Mrs. Becky Daniels, : par Rappenecker Jr. E=

soloist, and Mrs. Selden F. The pre-nuptial event took '
Waldo, organist. place at' the Gainesville Golf C; ,.- .._-..-.-. .- ;4 .\ 9BBBB SB9B9BKB8HBMB9i BB| E3

The bride was attended by ? and Country Club. Miss Verna M. Reddick :: : Miss Dale Darlene Kirby
Miss Lin Russ as maid of
honor; Mrs. Duffy Brown of t'TI A corsage of yellow roses \ ?

,Jacksonville, brides- ? i was presented to the honoree 'Brides'Book ,,- 'X""" ...._ aMiss KirbyGloverBetrothal
and of carnationswere
.t matron; Miss Carolyn John- corsages Helen Clay Pittman Miss Rebecca Jean Wanninger
her mother Mrs.J. .
son and Miss Kay Denney, '" 'nw'y given ,
bridesmaids, and little Miss ; w'a, Emory Cross, and Mrs.

I Joye Harling, sister of the Caspar Rappenecker, motherof PittmanDanielCol. Announced
I brides- the bridegroomelect.The .
bridegroom, as junior .
maid. :N y5 hostesses also presentedgifts Lunsford C. PittmanU. ate for graduation in August. HAWTHORNE Mr. and
All of the senior bridal attendants of silver to the bridetobe. TODAY, May 31 ( S.- Army Ret.) and Mrs. She,is a member of Alpha Chi Mrs. Marvin J. Kirby of Hawthorne
I wore identical floor- 4fyn4y Tea honoring Miss Jean Pittman announce the engage- Omega sorority.Mr. announce the engage-

( length'she th' gowns 'of aqua "i% Thrasher, b rid eelect of ment and approaching marri- Daniel is a senior in ment of their daughter, Miss
chiffon over taffetta. Their An arrangement of yellow Wayne Rickman of Orlando, age of their daughter, Miss the College of Business Ad- Dale Darlene Kirby, to Char-
'f headpieces were matching n yb.Lr roses, carnations and stock 3 to 5 p.m., Mrs. R. W. Mixon -- Helen Clay Pittman, to John ministration at the Universityof les Maxey Glover, son of Mr.
\'; aqua bows and they carried adorned the luncheon table, and Mrs. Cecil Love at the Fletcher Daniel, son of Mr. Florida. He is a memberof and Mrs. Mack Glover of Haw-
.1 'bouquets of daisies with yel- : where places were marked for former's home, 1013 SW Mrs. John Francis Daniel of Alpha Tau Omega frater- thorne.
l. low streamers. the following guests: Fourth Avenue. Panama City. nity.

The junior bridesmaid wore Miss Cross, Mrs. Cross, Mrs. Afternoon swimming party Miss Pittman, a graduate The wedding is planned Au- Both Miss Kirby and Mr.
a frock of yellow organzajil Rappenecker, Mrs. C. P. Huff- honoring Miss Ann Jean Fish- of Gainesville High School, is gust 23 in the Base Chapel at Glover attended Hawthorne

I over taffeta with yellow satin __.g W.wm-nPON .,, ... IOS ,._..."'_np_ man of Live Oak, grand back of Orlando and her .fiance currently atending the Univer- Tyndall Air Force Base, Pan- High School.
sash and carried a basket of mother of the honoree; Mrs. John Franklin Bennett, sity of Florida and is a candi- ama City.
Mrs. Hugh W. Harling Jr. Wedding plans will be
white daisies. William.Frazer Jr., Mrs. Wil- Mr. and Mrs. E. Finley Can- announced.

U Father Escorts Bride Russ of Tampa, Mrs. K. D. Gainesville, where they will liam Avera: Mrs. W. C. O'- non, at their lake home on
Morris and Miss Donna Ade- continue their studies at the Neal, Mrs..Norman Yost, Mrs. Lake Rosa.TUESDAY WanningerHuntMr
The bride was given in mar- University of Florida. Charles Emory Cross, Mrs. June 2 Essay Wins
She my.Miss Evening coffee honoring Mrs. Mildred R. Wanninger an August 8 wedding at the
riage by her father, wore Carol Cavanaugh, Miss Among the out of town John L. Mullen.
Miss Gayle Cross, fiancee of announces the North Central Church.
- a sheath gown of white silk Patti Beatty, Miss Sandra guests here for the wedding engagementand Baptist GHS Student
organza over taffeta. The skirt Scales and Miss Michael Sim- were Mrs. June M. Polk of Miss Ann Wigley, Miss Lisa Caspar Rappenecker Jr., 7:30 approaching marriage of Miss Wanninger is employedby
Wigley, Miss Carolyn Mooney, to 9.p.m., Mrs. William Fra- her Miss Rebecca
featured a back aver-skirt of mons kept the bride's book. Champaign, Ill., grandmother daughter, Denny Concrete Products
Miss Sonja Hanes, Miss Diane zer Jr. and Mrs. Jean Award
organza with tiers forminga For traveling, the bride of the bride; Mrs. Carlos Norman Wanninger, to Jesse Company.Mr. ,
bustle, which terminated into chose a navy suit, navy accessories Bonnette, York, S. C., grand- Cook, Miss Pat Rehbein, Miss Yost, at the former's home, Allen Hunt, son of Mr. and Hunt is employed by Miss Margaret
\ a chapel train. Her imported and the white rose mother of the bridegroom Susan Easter, Miss Betty Jean 3537 NW Tenth Avenue. Mrs M. M. Hunt of Archer. the Alachua County Sheriff's Thompsonhas
1, ; Cross, Miss Marcia Mase and FRIDAY, June 5 won second place in an
veil of illusion was attached Plans are being made for Department.
corsage from her bridal bouquet Miss Florence Strauss of New
i; Miss Carolyn Huffman and Rehearsal dinner essay contest sponsored by the
f/| to an organza pillbox accented honoring
York City Mrs. Russ and
,i ; Miss Nay Lou Owens, both of Miss Carolyn Americanism committee of the
with at the back. Ridgell and I
roses .
To Live Here Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Dicus,
She carried an arm bou- Live Oak. their son, Charlton Bradford Reddick Byron Auxiliary to the Veterans of : I
The newlyweds, now on a all of Tampa and Mr. and
quet of white and yellow roses wedding trip hi South Florida Mrs. Bill Fischer of Jackson- Daniel Jr., Mr. and Mrs. C. _ u Foreign Wars, Department of r'
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:and lilies of the valley. will establish a home in ville. B. Daniel, hosts, Primrose ana Mrs. J. K. Reddick Mrs. C. W. Byron of Cocoa Florida. \
II;; Gene Harling was best man Senior Inn.Rehearsal have announced the engage- Beach. Miss
Thompson, 15-year-old
ment and
brother with Joe Matthews dinner honoring approaching mar-
for his
: Sims Miss Gayle Cross and their riage of their daughter, Miss The bride-elect was gradu- daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
[ David Sisler, Skip Glenn Summer //ins Verna M. Reddick to Charles ated from Gainesville High Arthur W. Thompson, is a
! :and Duffy Brown of Jacksonville son, Caspar Rappenecker Jr., ,
I HonoredMrs. William School and the University of student at Gainesville High
brother of the bride, as Mr. and Mrs. Caspar Rappe- Byron, son of Mr. and Florida. School.
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[ ushers. necker, Holiday Inn.
SATURDAY, June 6 Club The bridegroom-elect She won first place in the
bars Brown wore a pink rose Bridal Faculty was
:lace dress with corsage of Fete CoupleDr. M. H. Johnson and Wedding rehearsal dinner graduated from Gainesville writing contest held in March,

E: :pink roses for her daughter's her daughter, Miss Nedra Ann complimenting Miss Judith Party June 12 High School and the University entitled "The Foreign Studentin
'y -wedding and Mrs. Harling Johnson, entertained yester- Diane Tucker and .their son, of Florida. He is attending America-An Opportunityfor
and Mrs. Glenn 0. Sum- with white roses and maidenhair June 12 is the date set for
t wore a gown of blue lace and fern. day with a luncheon at their William Dale Arnett, Mr. and the UF Club Auburn School of Veterinary Friendship", which was
merlin entertained with a din- Faculty "Ship-
; corsage-of roses: home to honor Miss Mary Mrs. William T. Arnett, 2105 Medicine, Auburn, Ala. He sponsored by the Auxiliary to
ner party in their home last Miss Fishback was presented Frances Lunsford, who will be NW Third Place. wreck Party, whick will feature is a member of Alpha Gam- VFW Post 2811.
Recepti< at Chi 0 House night honoring Miss Ann Jean a corsage of small white graduated from Gain esville Wedding of Miss Carolyn swimming, dinner, and ma Rho and Alpha Psi frater- A cash award and a medal
entertainment at the club-
I Mr.-and -Mrs.. Brown entertained Fishback of Orlando and John orchids. High School Wednesday night. Rose Ridgell, daughter of Mr. house, West Newberry Road. nities. will be presented to Mrs. Ethel

with"a reception follow_ Franklin Bennett. Guests included the honored The luncheon tables, deco- and Mrs. Tommy Ridgell, and Dinner will be served at 7 The wedding will be an Voss, city Americanism chairman
ing the ceremony at the Chi couple, Mr. and Mrs. Newton rated in a graduation theme, Charlton Bradford Daniel Jr., p.m. Tickets will be $2.55 event of June 20 at 2 p.m. in for Miss Thompson at the
Omega sorority house. Magnolia branches and Ebaugh, Mr. and Mrs. C. were centered with spring son of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. person. per the University Lutheran Department of Florida con-

;An arrangement of carnation blossoms were used in decoration Addison Pound Jr., Mr. and flowers in purple and white, Daniel, 5 p.m., St. Augustine Reservations should be Church. vention in Cocoa Beach June

and roses were used to of the foyer and arrange- Mrs. S. J. Adkins, Mr. and the GHS colors.A Chapel. made by June 9 with Col. Invitations ,are not beingsent 1214. Mrs. Voss will formally !
Hecorate the bride's table. ment of Shasta daisies was Mrs. Jim Richardson, Mr. and corsage and gift of sil- Wedding of Miss Gayle James T. Hennessey, reserva- and all friends and relatives present the state awards to F
2 Among those assisting with Mrs. Gerry Felder. ver were presented to the Cross, daughter of Mr. and tions chairman. are invited to 'attend. Miss Thompson in September. I
used the
on piano. Cross
i with the hospitalities were Also Miss Jerry Carmodyand honoree by the hostess. Mrs. daughter of Mr. and Members may attend in 1
Mrs. Wilbur Harling Jr., Mrs. The table was centered witha Miss Mary Alice Day, Invited guests included Miss and James Emory Cross, "shipwreck" or native costumes I
Charles Couch Jr., Mrs. silver candelabrum holding both of Orlando, Miss Joanne Lou Ann Buchanan, Miss Pam Caspar Rappenecker Jr., and a prize will be
; George Lankow, Mrs. Zach colonial tapers and adorned Woodward, Miss Delia Ad- Cobb, Miss Pam Edds, Miss son of Mr. and Mrs. Caspar awarded the "best-dressed."
:1 l -- kins, Miss Ann Dell, Matt Karen Ellis, Miss Janis Ly- Rappenecker, 7 pjn., First
Cannon, Whitney McClelland, dick, Miss Sue Wilkinson, Miss Presbyterian Church. Recep-- UF Law Dames
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Marquis Baezler and Bill Peggy Crevasse, Miss Mar- tion following at the HolidayInn.
Shower Given Bennett. gery Munroe, Miss Reeda University of Florida Law
t The wedding of Miss Fish- Mattair and Miss Lynn Cop- SUNDAY, Jane 7 Dames were entertained recently /EF; : :
gji:1
back and Mr. Bennett will take pins. Luncheon honoring Tucker- by Mrs. Walter ,Pro- ,
place August 15 in the Refor- Arnett wedding party and out bert, sponsor, at a bridge CREATES
I For Miss Rehbein mation Chapel of the First of town guests, Mrs. L. G. party in her home.
Presbyterian Church of Ring CeremonyIs Gramling and Mrs. J. E. Har- Co hostesses were Mrs. YOURIEW
Orlando. low, at the Gramling home, Betty Hovis and Mrs. Adri- es
Honoring Miss Patricia where appointments featureda ScheduledCoworkers 640 NW 36th Terrace. anne Babbitt. COIFFUR AT
Anne Rehbein, bride-elect of yellow and white color
Arthur McMillan Dunscombe, scheme. Boost Supply who received Academy II
Philman-Sauls
a kitchen shower was given re- Invited guests were the honoree's of Friendship degrees in DEN A'S for BEAUTYMARY
cently by Mrs. W. B. Wilkinson Of ProteinA Fort Lauderdale on May 3 will
and her daughter, Miss mother, Mrs. Reh- be presented with the golden BELL-Mr. and Mrs. John- ship ,and spent a year in the McDAVID PAT WILKASONHair
bein, her sister, Mrs. Ern- nie Philman of Bell Republic of South Africa at Coloring Hair Stylist
Sue Wilkinson, who entertained busy morning gardening ring of friendship, the first degree announcethe
est Thomas Mrs. Dunscombe, 2902 NW 13th St. Ph. FR 2-4097
; She has
Capetown University.
at their home. can leave you pretty well exhausted of advancement in the engagment of Mr. Phil-
i, The wedding of Miss Reh Mrs. Terry Mathis, Mrs. Wal- but the feeling won't Women of the Moose, on Mon man's daughter, Miss Pauline taught at Loretto Elementary
I bein and Mr. Dunscombe is ter Murphree.Miss last long if you have a meaty day, 8 p.m. at Moose Lodge. Philman, of Jacksonville, to School in Mandarin and is pre-
I' to be solemnized August 1 at Margaret Voss, Miss salad for lunch. Any green This will be an open meeting.All E. B. Sauls, son of Mr. and sently teaching at the Wash-
3 pm. in the Highlands Pres Donna Beard, Miss Carolynand salad or a tossed one of cook- members of the Lodge and Mrs. Whoa Sauls of BelL inton Elementary School in
byterian Church.A Miss Kay Whitehead, Miss ed vegetables can be made guests are invited. Salisbury Township, Pa. 3 emii t [R.
corsage of white carnations Carol Boyles, Miss Dorothy more appetizing with frankfurter Mrs.. Harry Stroud, Acade- Miss Philman was grad- Mr. Sauls, also a graduateof l1fJ
was presented the future Ridgell, Miss Sandra Allen, circles, whole Vienna sau- my of Friendship chairman, will uated from .Bell High School Bell High School is a 41
;t bride by the hostesses, who Miss Lucy Conger, Miss Carol sage, slivers of luncheon meator be in charge of the ring cere- and from Berry College, farmer in Gilchrist County.. ,
also presented turquoise and Shea, Miss Lura Williams, least evening's roast. mony.QuinceyPurvis. Mount Berry Ga. She was the The wedding will be an event i 1 -
pink carnation corsages to Miss Judy .Davis Miss Wan- recipient of a Rotary Fellow- of August in Jacksonville.v I

.'i the bride-to-be's mother, Mrs.C. da Hertel, Miss Judy Brill, ,\ !
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L. Rehbein, and Mrs. A. Miss Suzanne Martin, Miss I\J f .G I Vt carat diamond ring $12m
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.1 E. Dunscombe, mother of the Jean Hanna, Miss Lynn Cop- A

bridegroom. pins, Miss Mary Ann Donald. Miss Lynda Dianne Quincey, School and Central Hairstyl-
An arrangement of pansies son, Miss Gail Van Poperingand daughter of Mrs. Loy Quin ing' College. She is employedby
!I decorated the serving table, Miss Sherry Coker.I cey, and the late Mr. Quin Southern Bell Telephone those of you who are traveling this \.f s _

cey, is engagaged to marry Co.Airman summer the 100%Dacron crepes In solids I.#
'Airman 1-c Emmis L. Purvis Purvis, a graduateof and prints are the answer to a maiden's r V coat diamond ring $225 ,
i Tavlor-Cheves in, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Gainesville High School, prayer. No Ironing, wrinkle-resistant no A .
I L. Purvis Jr. Announcementis is now serving in the U. S. matter how you pack It,and can be washed f
Mr. and Mrs. Clyatt Taylor Hague. made today by the bride- Air Force. He is stationed in right in your own sink. We have them In a I
announce the engagement and Miss Taylor will be gradu- elect's mother. Fountainbleau, France. tremendous variety of patterns and colorsat

ti approaching marriage of their ated from Gainesville High Miss Quincey was graduated Plans are being made fora low, low prices. If you are-getting readyfor '
daughter Miss Francis Ann School in June. Mr. Cheves, from Gainesville High December wedding. a trip, see t/jem//Hope you'll come In .> r.: ;4 caret diamond ring $425
and Charles Ray a graduate of Gainesville ,
Taylor,
and see all the attractive fabrics we
many
Cheves son of Mr. and Mrs. High School, is employed by ::1
.1 I Charles Cheves. the University of Florida.No I II have for spring and summer. Some of the
prettiest are less than a $1.00 a yard!
June 8 has been set as the invitations are being sent
date of the marriage which but all friends and relatives ,I Mr. 4'/2 % 4 / % Come in and browse awhile.You'll find everything

will take 'place June 8 at 8 are invited to attend the wed Sex nicely displayed,well lighted and 1 foil
DividendsAre carat diamond $OOu
i clearly marked. There's comfortable ring
pjn., in the Baptist Church ofr ding. I I.i a
.i w = "FingerLicking" place to sitand lookthrough pattern books .
too./Our ever-obliging sales people will When nothing but the best will do.'het us show you
;; Your Qualified Good._ show you our wonderful line of drapery world famous Artcarved Diamonds none more
brilliant. beautiful and in a size and style for
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i iJ\\J if- -0 Student Honors -JyyI Gainesville We offer a complete Nursing nursing service Center-. for any t;

patient needing nursing care. Licensed nurses on
.. duty 24 hours a day. Completely air-conditioned.
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j: .. lege, Bristol, Tenn., was recently Midgette she Is a music ma- We accept convalescents as well as the aged
L1 r :: Miss Loretta' Berlin, daughter elected as representative jor at the Virginia liberal arts and infirm for a day, o week or for long term care.

of Dr. and Mrs: Morton A. to the Student Christian '
: I :: college for The rising Local, professional ownership and management
: .. Berlin of Port Washington, Council from the sophomoreclass .. women.
",' :: N. Y., formerly a student at for the 1964-65 academic senior is a member of the Mr. A. A. Okus
'I .. Gainesville High Schoolhas year.He is the son of Mr. and Choir and the Modern Dance Mrs. Katherine Okus, R.N. FR 6-6214

I :: recently been elected to. Phi Mrs. L. B. Gravely m of Ar- Club. !

I .. :: Beta Kappa, national scholastic -* cher.

; :: society. .

..
Miss Bertin win be graduated
:: Miss Pamela Mae Menke,
in June from Smith Col
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
:: lege, Northampton, Mass.,
Warren Wells Menke, has
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and plans to continue her
:: studies as a Fellow in mathe' been initiated into the Syra- I I WHY FURS ARE
University chapter of
cuse
matics at the University-of
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Delta
:: Pennsylvania. 1 Kappa sorority. 1 TO Sffi
.. y SWINGING
.. r Miss Menke, who is major- ?
.. t f ing in Liberal Arts, tranfer-

:: Miss Mary Ell en Wolfe, red to Syracuse from Baldwin- h": FLORIDA FUR
.. daughter of Dr. and Mrs. H. 9 p Wallace College, Berea, Ohio.
+ :: S. Wolfe, has been named to At Syracuse, Miss Menke is \ c/' COLD STORAGEand

:: membership in Phi Beta Kappa Randall Wyatt, son of ChiefE. Miss Nancy Pepper has Paul A. Sears, a senior at a member of Hendricks Chapel -
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national scholastic'socie Choir, University Chorus,
been named business mana- Gainesville High School, has CLEANING
u.s. Ret and
ty. E. ( Navy ) and the "Syracuse 10,"
:: a
ger of the "Ys and Other been offered a scholarshipfrom ..
Mrs. Wyatt, has received a literary magazine.Miss .
I .: Miss Wolfe, a senior at Y's" Annual at Converse College Yale University, wherehe campus p>
: Lawrence College, A p p leton, presidential appointment to*, Spartanburg, S. C. plans to enroll next fall. Menke recently movedto Fooled!
Wis., was one of eight students the United States Naval Academy Appointments to the staffsof An outstanding student at Gainesville from Garden It's No Fun to be

: selected. Annapolis, Md. the college annual, news- GHS, he is one of the four City, N. Y. Only genuine Hollonderizing keeps furs so soft so delicate, so fresh and
paper, and magazine are finalists in the National Merit beautiful. HoUonderizing is available only from authorized Hollonderizing
Miss Wolfe
Spanish major, Randy, who will be graduated Scholarship contest. Paulis fur-care specialists who display the tenderizing crest. Remember only
made by the Publications I
.: spent the her junior year of studyingat Madrid. Wednesday from: Gainesville Board. the son of, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie L. Theatte Jr., son Hollanderizing is Genuine Hollonderizing. I 41
University
I : She is one of seven Lawren- High School, will reportfor Miss Pepper, a rising senior Raymond H..Sears of Gaines- of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie L. WILL BE
tians to have received Wood- duty June 30. He attendedBoys' was recently named to ville. Threatte, has received high FURS "
the Order of the Gavel, senIor senior honors in both the College Restyling
row Wilson national fellow- State in Tallahasseelast RECEIVED FROM
session Connecticut is of Arts and tA DEAIII
for leadership organization at at a Sciences and i
ships graduate study next
year. summer, is a member of Converse.She laboratory for study and experimental the Conservatory of Music at 10 AM to 5:30 PM Repairing
+ the National Honor Society is the daughter of Mr. production In mod- Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio.
i "G"' ern dance. Students serve as THRU Hollanderlzlng
the Wheel Club and and Mrs. L. Calvert Pepperof Leslie L. Theatte Jr., son MONDAY
apprentices to leading art-
Miss Charlotte Ann Club having played on the Gainesville and Maggie tllgtlltl 61 Cleaning
L ane ten In both divisions at Ober-
ists and teachers. The 20 faculty FRIDAY ONLY .. ....
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d ;. has earned her wings and is Varsity football team. He belongs Valley, N. C. members include such lin, was recently elected to
now a stewardess for National Phi Beta Kappa and Pi Kap-
to Wheel Club. Limon, Martha Graham, David -
.:_. Airlines. The daughter of vides assistance to selected Wood and Lucy Venable.L. pa Lambda.He ew-
Mr. and Mrs. Alton M. Mc- students for summer projectsThe B. Gravley IV, of Archer also has received a rri
Elroy, she was graduated sophomore at Randolph Ma- six. weeks summer a student at King.Col- Woodrow Wilson Fellowship,
: from Gainesville. High School con Woman's College, has which will be applied to graduate -
.
in 1963. been awarded a grant for studies in the classics.

.. Miss Lane graduated from summer study at the Connec- teen-age mail"DEAR .
National's Stewardess Train- She is the daughter of Dr.
:: ing Program recently and is Miss Dale L. Midgette, is a
and Mrs. E. R. Hendrickson.
now flying out of Jacksonville. MRS. RICKER: to make my folks proud of me newly elected member of the THE STORE WITH MORE
.. Miss Lynda Hendrickson, a The grant was presented by "I was 16 last August and I and my grades come before Judiciary Board of the Student 3AINEWUI E SHOPPING CENTER I
am a junior in high school This having fun." Government Associationat
the Student Government Asso- 1302 NORTH MAIN STREET ,rt
.. ciation which annually last summer I held a job and as CONNY Mary Baldwin College, "
.. pro- a result I was able to pay for my DEAR CONNY: Staunton, Va.Daughter +
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... complete
The dating rules you listed
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this fall. I make good -
J .. grades are fair, but I yould add rule f
.. and have one of the best reputa- No.5
.. : Dating destinations
i .. 9 tions in our school. should be parent-approved.

j .... Yl L tia f' "My problem is trying to con- If you are trustworthy and as
: .. vince my parents I am mature mature for your age as it appears -
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t, :: enough to date. These are the I think Mom and Dad
.q dating rules I would consider should allow you to date, us-
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..I fair and would be willing to follow ing your ewn rules to govern

., : your activitier. CAc1aw
1.1 should be home by 10:30to :

.. 12, depending on where I go Hot AppetizerMake \
.. and how far away it is.

'.. 2. No dates during the week an appetite teasing
except an occasional school kabob by threading a wooden
activity like a basketball game. pick with a Vienna sausage, a
t. 3. No dates on Sunday night. square of buttered bread and
4. My parents would have to an olive wrapped in bacon. ")
meet and approve of any boy I Broil both sides until browned. -
would date before I dated him. Serve with chili sauce to
.' John W. Krienke, formerly "Do you think these rules are which a small amount of
:: of Gainesville, has been r fair? I'm not perfect but I want horse radish has been added. 9 Bras ,.

:- awarded a seminary gradu .... Playtex Living
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Brotherhood of Minneapolis. Miss Sharron F. Bertie, GEIGER'S and
.. Mr. Krienke, son of Prof. and '
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. i

:.:. Mrs. W. A. Krienke, of Frank J. Bertie, will be grad- ?; wi Playtex Living Girdlesmade
Gainesville, is a member of uated from the West Virginia SIYEE
Ii :: the 1964 graduating class at _
University, Morgantown,
: Concordia Theological seminary W. Va., tomorrow with a r os without rubber. el .
::, Springfield, 111.
.. BS degree in horsing. Miss
.. lie plans to do graduate Bertie is one cf 21 girls to be -
:: work toward an M. A. degree graduated in this first class :
/
': in psychology at the-University from the School of Nursing at +'_ $95

.. of Florida, where he was WVU, which was establishedfour aa. bra only < reg. 83.95 _
:: an honor graduate. years ago. ;

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.... Calling Cards only reg. $9.95
.. Place Cards CRISP AND COOL COOL AND .

.. will be all your hours CAREFREE, a .
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.... basic sheath. AU-over tame seersucker. TispintuckWithsophisti ? s
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:: Wedding Check List: eyelet embroidery. et.Perky notched'collar ,

i :: D Brides' Memory Books Silk organza string turn completes" the pic i 1/ .5;,, ..

:: 0 Wedding Guest Books ,
-. 0 Wedding Photo Albums Dads:ma While :rem GIem,BIsd/ % y %
Imprinted Informal Thank-You ..Notes. 'Whie Qxxa -
D Imprinted 'Wedding Napkins -
D Shower Invitations $26.98 $29.98 B-L FOUNDATION
.. D Bridal Luncheon Invitations 1*'
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"Where the fashion

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i -LOc: EventsGainesville \


r. Sectional Bridge

Tournament, 1 p.m., Open
Teams, first session, and Rutherford -
I Pairs; 7:30 p.m.,
ti Open Teams, second sessionsand

Mary Turner Pairs, Holiday -
I Inn.MONDAY. 1

June 1 VOELJ 1
University Women's Club,
Board Meeting, 9:30 a. m., i
Mrs. John F. Baxter, 1917 NW
12th Road.

Women of the Moose, 8

p.m., Moose Lodge.
Voice Recital by students of
Mrs. Delbert Sterrett, 8 p.m.
Gainesville High School Chorus .
Room.

Gainesville Bridge Club, 1
7:30: pjtn., Recreation Center.
International Wives Club, 8 I

p. m., University Women's ,
Clubhouse, West Newberry
Road.
TUESDAY, June 2 I I

Architecture and Fine Arts "

Dames, 8 p.m., University I .
Women's Club.Kanapaha .
Home Demonstration ?
Club, 10:30 p.m., potluck I

luncheon, Fellowship Hall,
Archer Road.Merrysteppers.
I
Workshop, 8
p.m.,City Recreation Center.
WEDNESDAY, June 3
SS
t O. E. S. Auxiliary 8
p. m.,
Mrs. Dashwood Hicks, 831 :;':;,:;:: r : : ',: :, ; '
NW 22nd Terrace. ; :
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Gainesville Bridge Club, .-
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7:30 pjn., Holiday Inn. j ,..._ .Jt.,,.;; ic i\\_
I Brunch honoring Mrs. JohnD. : .
Wells and Mrs. Felix ... ... -=: :=-
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Muehlner, 11 a.m., Mrs. I :;:t .. c' ; HO;
Orange William Hall, 634 '
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Boulevard .'.' i
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WSCS, First Methodist Church ,
I 9:30: a.m., Circle 4, Bethany
Room. I ,

10 a.m., Circle 1, Mrs. 0. W. "
Hall, 634 Boulevard, Circle 2, :
Mrs. Stanley Mathis, 1643 NW
14th Avenue; Circle 5, Mrs.
W. T. Manley, 2030 SW 42nd : 4F

Avenue, Circle 6, :Mrs. W. J : ill 114
; D. Stevens, 546 NE 6th Ave- ( 1 I .I i
nue, Circle, Circle 7, Mrs. B.
B. Brown, 3101 NW 2nd Ave- ..I ai
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nue.
I : 3 p.m., Circle 8, Mrs. J. A. i t ]
:: Givvs, 1122 SW 2nd Avenue, lI l III II It II FWW?
; Circle 9, Mrs. D. R. Mansola, I
y :: 779, NW 37th Street, Mrs. A. !
C. O'Niell, 528 NE 1st Street, A. Print Arnel I triacetate jersey,

Circle 11, Mrs. G. O. Tyre, black, blue gold. 12.99 E.
1109 SW 3rd Avenue. f
8 pjn., Circle 12, Mrs. Nor- I}

,- ma Chesnut, 215 NE 3rd B. Dress and sleeveless jacket, b 4
Street, Mrs. Howard C. Hart- ,
I ? well, 611 NW 10th Avenue. acetate cotton seersucker, J
Gethsemane Lutheran ChurchWomen \
D.
gray, green, brown stripes
B.
>C; pjn., Gethsemane Lutheran 14.99 ,
Church, Mrs. H. R. Hink- ) x' C o1 (
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ley, 1237 SW 11th Avenue.
Grace Presbyterian Church C. Flowering Dacron polyester A.
9':30: a.m., Circle 1, Mrs.
Fred C. Neal, 3435 NW 7th print crepe, permanent pleated I 1t 9 :

Place; Circle 2, Mrs. Clark skirt, turquoise, lilac, gold.
W. Pennington, 1736 NW 14th
Avenue. Pink 14.99.

7:30 p.m., Circle 3, Mrs.
Howard Deyarmond, 827 NW
D. Print Dacron polyester I + ,
i
48th Avenue. crepe ,
Ladles Guild, First Lutheran white grounds. 14.99E. vl' '.

Church 8 p.m., Mrs. Eugene Yost, 3 !/ ::4 '4 f

4026 SW 21st Street. Two-piece cotton e'' ?: ,.,, .. '. ,
First Baptist Church Circles,
tiste fully lined. Black. 14.99
1,
9:45: ajn., Genus Crenshaw, ,
'. Mrs. W. H. Pickett, 216 SW ,f r y w
2nd Street, Barbara Donaldson -

Mrs. Richard Kent, Mrs. f
William Logan, Mrs. Bennie
Brasington, McCaul Chapel,
{ Jean Dickman, Mrs. L. C.
I Hammond, 1018 SW 25th PL, : .
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Helen Masters, Mrs. Roy Lel- ? .

lich, 626 NE 8th Terrace, Cecil ... .
Moore Mrs. E. D. Wynn, M ,
515 NE 9th Avenue, Ishmael .. I/tkj & % \

Negrin, Mrs. Lorena Boyd,

3505 3 p.m.NW ,13th Alice Avenue.Brasington, \ ,

Mrs. C.D.Newberry, 1625 NW -f7P: c_ I

14th Avenue. .. ... .
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Mrs. ) .. r
f 8 pan., Joann Parham, ,j M1 > .
Bruce Mathews, 916 NE 19th : '
Place; Margaret Gross Mrs. _tJt;; ID)L r -
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Route 2. Box I i :.,
George Rape (Ttirt6 dar-y :
178; Mrs. Grace Millican, 1327 .
1 NE 6th Terrace. :. ; .
Women of '5
Presbyterian
First :
the Church: '., ...". ... ; :.
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Circle 1, Mrs. .0 -
4.
9:45 ajn.; .- ..r ;" .#..- .
and Miss Rose : I.
Roy N. Green ."\ ) ". .
Urquhart, 918 SW 21st Avenue, .. ., C { : : : .'
Circle 2, Mrs. H. S. Wolfe, of.. :

2115 NW 7th Lane; Circle 4. t./ ..-._,.. .:. .,; ;"-; :: ." -, .
Mrs. J. B. Watkins, 528 SE READY-TO-WEAR FASHIONS .J- -'t:. ......-. .' :.'
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Circle 5 Mrs. -
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1st Avenue; ...... _. _
aid D. McGuire, 524 NE 12th .. Jtf: '.. .. .... .. __
Court; Circle. 6, Mrs. Stephen J '
Beckwith and Mrs. A. P. -
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Vidal, 1901 NW 12th Road; Circle \ FASHIONS .
7, Mrs. J. M. McClamroch, ., WJt4 BY "PURITAN"AS SHOWNAT ..
1951 NW 10th Avenue. -
10 a.m.; Circle 3, Mrs. Roy -.ai THE NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIRY j
Purvis, 2206 NW 4th Place.

3 pjn.; Circle 8, Mrs Walter youHl see your own drew 'in a fashion show when you wear one of these
Davison, Church Parlors. ,,, ;, to the Fairl! And our is that
guejj no matter where love their
you'll
you go
7:30 pjn.; Circle 12, Miss ; .
:. fasluon
Florence Wilson, Church Par- ': :;;' -rl 9 fitness combined with figure flattery! Each one was hand picked for
STORE WITH MORE : .. superb styling, unusual detail
fine
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tors. _.t :' workmanship. Fabrics were specially selectee
:7
.. 8 ; Circle 9, Miss Mar : 1 GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER ..; >r :. _" for packabifity wrinkle
pjn. : resistance
:
ian A. Youngs, 2041 NW 12th 1302 NORTH! MAIN STREET "" ..... ;: :r .i ', easy washablllty. Sizes 10-20, 12V4221THE / .
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Terrace; Circle 10, Mrs. Erd- r'" :l'. !; :," "_ oh :
:: man West, 220 NW 12th Ter- 0 0." 11..1' d;:. ,:, '

::. race; Circle 11, Mrs. Harold B-L CHARGE CENTRAL CHARGE LAYAWAY Zap : : : j -. .. .
E Bedell and Mrs. Walter E.

Godwin' ,. 1520 NW 10th Ave. ''I'Iaue.

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''I '66Goinesville Sun Sunday, May 31,.1964 c .
Students rticanopy, and Ellen Bridges'": ,
Voice -

''f Commencement- Calendar Mrs. Matheson Heads UCWAnother Will I GivePrograms md I High Peggy Springs.Jane Vincent,. of I- CarmanttfiS"--- ..- --- :

Those appearing Thursdayrill '
r ; be: "Gainesville's Favorite
JODAY, MAY 31 honor has been be- Mrs. David A. Nelson and Carol Anne Boyles, Suehooper _Garden of Eating=

} .: GHS Baccalaureate, First Baptist Church, 4 p.m. .. stowed upon an outstanding Mrs. Alfred Holt represented Mrs. Delbert Sterrett will pre- ( Debbie Griner, Don "how featuring: 1: I
leader in Gainesville.The Johnson Donna Kinard I
I Keystone Heights. Lynn '
.
.I TUESDAY, June 2 ""? I ". United Church Womenof sent a group of voice students :sandefer, Gretchen Ten Eyck,II SUMMER COLITPLATES. .
in the closing recitals of the
George Phanuel of Madras,
Florida recently honored ill of Gainesville, and Sharon1Scofield .
,'- GHS Class Night, School Auditorium, 7:30 p.m.?. \ Mrs. Chris Matheson'by nam- India, now a graduate studentat 1963-1964 school year on Monday Trenton, and Jane'I
ing her state president. the University of Florida, and Thursday evenings. i 706 W. Universi. :,Ave.
i. 3VEDNESDAY,June 3 |, Bridges, Karen Gonzales, Pam
"} .. ,. Mrs. Matheson who has was a guest speaker for one Both programs will be at 8 ]Roberts, and Carolyn Watson; Ph. 6-0666
i GHS Graduation Ceremonies, UF.Gym, 8 pin... .. ..,c .if2, served as president of the of the luncheon sessions. His p. m. in the Gainesville High (.)f High Springs. |j_ For CorryOutsTveers
=Reception, GHS Mall, 10 to 11 p.m. ; Gainesville Council of ChurchWomen talk concerned ChristianWorld School Chorus Room. J
: Dance, 11 pjn. to 3 a.m.; breakfast at>1:30zam']; swim Missions. t
,-was installed pres-
.. party, 3 to 5 a.m.all, at the Faculty Club, Newberry. Road, ident of the state-wide organi- Mrs. Matheson plans to Students participating Monday|;i
evening are: :
: sponsored by Seniorjwirents". : :' zation during the 18th annual z cd leave July 1 to spend the sum- Ge@d !
M UCW meeting held recently in mer at her home in Montreal, Carole Freeland, Charlotte'

.:..SUNDAY, June 7 -... ... .. 3 .: the George Washington Hotel. N. C. Gillett, Linda Good, Patricia:!
PKY Baccalaureate, School. Auditorium, 4 p.m. Under the leadership, state, Rehbein, Carol Shea, Tyler
She will preside during a ''
Sterrett
: Vickie Sterrett, Jay' From
WEDNESDAY. June 10 ; representatives will attend special :Ministers' Wives Forum Stevens, and Lois Wheeler all'' -
f- the Tenth National Triennialof dbtC
for the PresbyterianChurch 'SteenI
: PKY Senior Banquet, Holiday Inn, 6 p.m. United Church Women in U. S. in Montreat Aug- of Gainesville, Sharon 0 I = = s Libbye'sGoing

.. :. Graduation Ceremonies, School Auditorium, 8 pjn" Recep- Kansas City October 5. ust 13-20. DON'T HEAR WELL?

.. tion following, School Patio New Officers Mrs. Chris MathesonP. Upon her return in September Ask for FREE BookletOn
-' T. Peardon, Daytona Better Hearing
Serving with the new state she plans to attend several -
Beach, Three; Mrs. J. C. GAINESVILLEHEARING
president will be: UCW meetings sched- d
Schanbarger, St. Petersburg, AID CO.
uled before the Triennium in
Mrs. Carrie B., Sloan of Four; Mr$"K. F. Gebhardt of 620 N. Main FR 6.0095ARQUNfbQQRL
Kansas
Jacksonville, first vicepresident Jacksonville, Five; Miss Fannie City. = -- places
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; Mrs. Howard Gress of 0. Smith, Winter Haven, this summer
Go first toLibbye's
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Orlando, second vicepresident Six; Mrs. Marinus H. La- I -
J1 Dill ._ whereyou'll
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? Mrs. David A. Nelson, tour, Gainesville, Seven, and find the
( v Keystone Heights, recording Mrs. Meyer Minkoff, Tallahassee ==_ = grandestwardrobe 1
secretary, and Miss Gertrude Eight. of
sr Papmerrien, St. Cloud, trea- Delegates Attend flattering,
I surer. and swimwear! Bermudas,
City members of UCW"pres- ra RUIMKBM easy care sportswear
And also the following UCW ent during the three-day state WORLD jamaicas, slim liras blouses, two piece dresses and
area chairman: CRUISES swimwear what more do you need excepta
in Jacksonville
I'J meeting were { ticket? Sizes to fit most figures, too.
Mrs. Homer Cline of Miami, Mrs. Latour, Mrs. Thomas
'J Area One; Mrs. Vincent Car- Mitchell, Mrs. K. D. Childs [
I II reia, Fort Pierce, Two; Mrs. and Mrs. Wilse B. Webb.

GRADUATION GIFTSWhat

I First Methodist WSCS .
( : __ girl graduate wouldn't
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'.. :. -.-. Honors MembersThe love a gift of Libbye's sportswear

I, .. ( rR{;; ) Beautifully gift wrapped!
Women's Society of cial memberships to Mrs. H. I
r Christian Service of the First H. Hobbs, Mrs. 0. N. HarperJr. i There's so much to see and do on a Four Winds World

: the'paisley eanfigan Methodist Church awared spe- ., Mrs. L. L. Bohannon, Cruise that it takes this 16-page brochure to describe! USE CENTRAL CHARGE
.. Mrs. W. W. Smith, Mrs. J. I Mail coupon below for your free copy!
S shelters a back-scoop. C. Bishop, Mrs. D. B. Beas- I Free Parking On 1st Federal Parking Lot
shape-rou sheath. ley and Mrs. Ralph Hayes dur- 55 exciting days from $$2295. sailings monthly
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The print very exclusive.The ing the annual spring meetingat '7

look,subtly mas. Seven church.WSCS members received .1 RUR) 808 W. UNIVERSITY TRAVEL AVE.SERVICE LIBBY"SNEXT
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: exotic colorations oft ttt ships for their babies born WINDS Namei Address JI
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amber sheath.topazMmr Mrs. David Drylie, Mrs. B. ,
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H. J. BOX
: FEMININE APPAREL PLUMBING COMPANY Ever cut tiny rounds of .
410 N.W. 19th Lone bread from long rolls to use J
: 105 W. University Avenue FR 6-6348 FR 6-2238
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T Golfers Relax After Games' Bridal

A ZENITH STEREOIS


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"WE GIFT WRAP OUR SALES"GAINESVILLE'S

'Y OW bridal shower for Miss
LARGEST ZENITH DISPLAY
"By CECILY BROWNSTONE Patricia Diana Folkes, bride-

AP Food Editor to-be of Arthur Gary Daly,
both of Daytona Beach, was

of the best recipes though as rich as Croesus, r given Wednesday night at the \7Vhat's :Red

we've ever tested comes from rolls out beautifully. For easy home of her aunt, Mrs.

our mailbox, sent to us recently rolling, we use a pastry cloth N' At Charles 0. Murray.' and Blue .
by a friend. She with a wooden and metal
Hostesses were Miss Sarah
writes: frame that keeps the cloth Y sYA
Nixon, Mrs. Julian Smysorand and Worn
"Dear Cecily-Anyone who from sliding because it holds *
Miss :
Maggie
Kinsey.
has ever attended a wedding firmly to the edge of a coun-

reception In the South has met ter or a table. The corrugated R :Miss Folkes is the-daughter all Over?

up with cheese straws a cutter needed is an inexpensive H, of Mrs. Walter C. Folkes and
rich pastry cut into finger- tool: ours has a stainless Mk the late Mr. Folkes. former

size lengths with a corrugated steel blade and cost 47 cents. residents of Gainesville.Mr. .

cutter such as you would use
/ for making crinkle-cut French AUNT MARTHA'S CHEESE Daly is the son of Mr. Quick on the trigger- .
slick the !
fries. STRAWS t_ N Nf G< 4 2 and Mrs. Arthur Daly of Day on figger -
Two wild western line-
/ This is not an ordinary 1 pound sharp cheddar cheese tona Beach. tamers to carry
away
cheese pastry made by mix- 3% cups sifted all-purpose flour B M ) The wedding is to an eventof as the prize catch of

ing a little grated cheese into % teaspoon cayenne pepper Saturday evening, June 13, the season! ... i
pie dough but rather a pastry V teaspoon salt at 8 p.m. in Daytona Beach.A .
lavish with cheese and butter % pound (3 sticks) well chilled color scheme of green and '
and always seasoned with butter. FormfitID
white was carried out in all
Grate cheese with fine <
cayenne pepper. a grater. Relaxing home of Mrs. Leonard Emmel right, were members of the appointments. The hostesseswere

New Formula Place grated cheese in re- Gainesville Women's Golf Association following "Golf Day" at the GainesvilleGolf assisted in serving by TJT D E -
frigerator to keep cold.
"My Aunt Martha (Mrs. and Country Club on Thursday. Mrs. Emmel, who is.the. new president of Mrs. Clara McDaniel and Miss,
Jack Hamilton of Smithfield, Measure flour into a large the association succeeding Mrs. Walter Aller, entertained with an informal :Martha Melton. SLIM JIM PANTIE GIRDLEin
mixing bowl or onto a pieceof
North Carolina) makes the waxed mix in party honoring Mrs. Frederick M. Butler, club champion, pictured at the left. Twenty friends and relatives blue-jean-blue with red
best cheese straws in the paper; cayenne The Butlers will move soon to Fairfield, Conn. Others in the picture are Mrs. J. attended.GRADUATION. stitching.
and salt. Cut but-
world. Not satisfied to follow pepper M. Weber, second from left and Mrs. Fred 0822
ter into small pieces (cut off Stringfellow, who are treasurer and Style in S.M.L
the age-old formula of
a vice-president respectively of the association. 11
pound each of cheese and pats then cut each pat into $6.95
sixths, using a small paring SPECIAL Fiber Facts: Nylon and spandcx.
I' butter to four cups of flour, I
she uses a pound of cheese knife). MOTHERS TOO!

f and three-quarters pound of Blend butter into flour with Bridge Club NotesBy ROUNDUP BRA puts the

{ butter to three-and-one half fingers until butter is like gay bandana print--and
small crumbs. Add
cups of flour. It is her own coarse you-in whistling good
carefully conceived blend. grated cheese and blend with RALPH H. BLODGETTThe West pairs. Mrs. B. H. Wise By JOHN E. CRAPS shape!

"Aunt Martha says that the fingers into flour mixture until University City Bridge and Mrs. M. S. Kirkpatrickwere Mrs. C. W. Beasley and Mrs. Style 0563 in rodeo red and y

mixture must be blended pastry is yellow all the way Club played a fractional mas- second and Mrs. R. W. R. W. Bryan were the North- white. 32A to 36B.

with the fingers. After makingthe through. If ingredients are ter point game at the Univer Jones and A. S. Rao were South winners in the Wednes- ': $2.50Fiber
cold pastry will not stick to sity Faculty Club Monday eve- third.
cheese straws, I know that day evening game of the Facts: all cottonfranklin's
direction is terribly important hands. ning. R. W. Jones and the Gainesville Bridge Club at the 1
At Weed Hall Wednes-
Roll out one-quarter of the writer came in first in the on Holiday Inn with 77 match .p
dough at a time on a lightly North South direction aft. day evening Mr. and Mrs.
There ta-
"When I was growing up John C. Soderstrum points. were eight
floured pastry cloth to \\ Inch er a spirited struggle. Mrs. ran away
In bles and 63 the
North Carolina, we always from the North South fieldto was average
had cheese straws in thickness. Joe Moss and S. L. Williams for all COLD $-T50
the take first place. Mrs. M. S. score pairs. j
house when Mother Using a ruler as a guide, were second and the new firmof "mOWn a
was givIng *
cut pastry into strips 2V& McMorris and Hatcher were Kirkpatrick and Miss D. John- Mrs. F. H. Hull and Miss WAVE
a tea or a bridge party, son were second, and Har-
inches wide, then with a corrugated third. Bernice Brenke were second S3olieije hop"FREE
or when she had volunteeredto ry C. Boardman and the.writer Includes:
cutter cut into straws with 68, while Mrs. R. M. Wal-
Haircut Shamoeo Set
make them for someone -
else's about hue Inches wide. Place Mrs. Virginia Windsor and were third. beck and Dr. A. S. Rao were PHONE 372.1575 PARKING REAR OF OUR SHOP
party. about 1 Inch apart on un- Mrs. D. R. Frazier won a Mrs. James R. AndersonMrs. third with 66.
"But Aunt Martha, to the greased cookie sheet close contest among the East- Ruth Thurman led all the I Even by AppointmentASK I 401 W. University Ave. Dial FR 2-4606
delight of us children, made Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Living-
Bake in a moderate ((375) East West pairs. Second r
cheese straws 'just to have in ston led the East West field
went to Mrs. R. C. ABOUT OUR SPECIAL
Lindquistand
degrees) 10 to 12
oven
the house. And all these with 82 match points, the best
Piano Recital PRICE ON HAIR CUTS
Mrs. E. O. Davis, and
minutes or until straws beginto
years she's kept right on game of the evening. Second HOUSE of BEAUTY
brown third to S. L. Williams and
J making them to send to her around the very very Makes lightly Given AtJ. Cliff Landers place in this direction went to 2300 NW 6th St. at 23rd Blvd.
edges.
children at college and her Van A. May and Rufus Heath, I .
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about 10% dozen. The club will meet tomor- .
son in the service. Jr. with 68, and third place
"NOw.she packs the cheese Store in a tightly covered J. FinleyHelen row at 7:30 p.m. at the Uni- winners were Mrs. E. D. Mat- :
metal box between layers of versity Faculty Club on New-
straws off to her granddaughter hews and Mrs. J. F. Wharton LET MURPHY'SCOOL
waxed paper. Cheese straws Kirby Davies presented berry Road, and again on
-who'adores them as muchas with 65.The a111IIT
do-:ougeneration:' keep this way for several piano students in a recital Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at ?
:Tasters Approve weeks. Freeze for longer stor- recently at J. J. Finley Weed Hall, 107 N.W.15th Ter club will hold its next
age. School Auditorium. race. All interested bridge game at 7:30 tomorrow eve-
When we made these cheese players are invited to attend ning at the Recreation Cen-
KEEP YOU COOL!
straws every one of our (Editor's Note: By readers' Those
l. performing were and compete in these games. ter. Visitors are welcome.LEARN..EARN nt
tasters asked for the recipe. request this recipe, which Priscilla Alden, Mary Ann

Here are a few hints from was printed In December,. is Barton Priscilla Barton, Car- znhlI

our: testing. This dough, being repeated.) men Garcia Bengochae, Jane

Castor, Billy Combs, Linda

Duncan, Mary Ann Edmonson -

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Kinney, Linda O'By r n e,
For those who have freezer CLASSES
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appear.
Palmour Fred Pirkle
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compartments refrIg- HELOISE
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erators. .and are always NOW FORlIINGHowell's fan!
Elaine Pozin Marcia Pozin,
"forgetting" or "1 o sin g" DEAR HELOISE: Raye Robbins.
10-INCH
items: Here is a hint for those who Also Camille Roberts TILT-STAND
,
I place a cookie sheet in may purchase carpeting In the Heather Roberts, Jimbo Row- Business College i AIR CIRCULATOR
the freezer compartment of future and in
near are a land, Rebecca Sanders, Virginia -
my refrigerator and put a 11 quandry as to which type to Sikes, niene Silverman, 218 W. University Avenue 376-3507

the frozen foods on it. buy-wool, nylon, acrilan, etc. Susan Silverman, Johnny Handy desk-type portable. I/I 00 I
All I have to do now is pull Buy several carpet samples, Smith, Barbara Stringfell o w, H.P. 4- ol. shaded motor; top S 19911 OscillatingfLECTRIG
out the cookie sheet and SEE one wool, one nylon, etc., and mounted carrying! handlt. In sea-
Sandy Stringfellow, Emory FAN
what is in the back, etc! use as doormats or in a heavy Springfield, Jimmy I Spring- foam green, with one year guarante -

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The cookie sheet also keeps traffic area. This way you can field and Bill Wright. *

the packages of frozen foods see how well each "standsup 1- ._ _:':.. -- ---- .
from sticking to the freezer. ," which is easier to clean, L Sg4f
This idea is wonderful when and which is most suitable for

defrosting the refrig each jour family, and compare the SELF-PROPELLED :
week. results yourself!

I can just remove the cook. These samples can be Single speed. 110-120 volta,

t ie sheet and have all my bought cheaply, usually on K watts,, 5040 ml,. AC -
frosting compartment unload- sale for under one dollar. ojrf*. No radio er TV Infer -

J ed at once, saving the time it They make wonderful inside HEAVY DUTY MOWER = ret****, for eomplefe con-
takes to "UN-pull" those fro- door mats-could also be usedas v.ni.ne.. A bTq fn refuel'
Powered by 4-cycIe 3 h.p. Clinton Engine, with spring- i
the free-
zen packages from car floor mats. I buy my
wound.impulse-type starter. All-steel mower base. !
zer one by one. samples the same color as my '*

DEE carpet. NATALIE HUNT l
BIG 22-INCH CUT
The cookie sheet is a good f= .
Idea. We have been experi DEAR HELOISE: y Y4'' w
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menting with lining not only For the lady who is making '

the cookie sheet with foil slip covers for small pillows .
95
(and it working), but also to take along on vacations $

the bottom of oar freezer compartment I have a suggestion.
and lapping the foil Why not sew strips of cloth ONLY

over the edge where the Ice about five inches long (dou-

forms! Great! ble, for strength), for handleson EASY 4

What do you readers think two sides of the covers? TERMS

Do try it and drop us a line I did this when taking my r
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you think we are right We much easier to handle with iM 3895 Hot. -Weather.. i '. .
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in care of the Gainesville Sun. BROCK suM-uNE Buy3SPEED/ :

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ALL MOWERS SERVICED
Commencing Saturday June 6th. and for the rest for the .,; with gas and oil. ready to 20-Inch Deluxe :
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Monday through Friday: 8:30 A.M. to 5:00 PM.J' SERVICEBuy
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Closed Sundays T RA D E-I N S when you need it. front And back: safety S -
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' o@cDDl1cw; Golfers Relax After Games Bridal

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"WE GIFT WRAP OUR SALES"GAINESVillE'S

A bridal shower for Miss
LARGEST ZENITH DISPLAYVVhat's
'By CECILY BROWNSTONE Patricia Diana Folkes, '
to.be of Arthur Gary bride-I'
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AP Food Editor
both of
Daytona Beach, was -

One of the best recipes though as rich as Croesus, given Wednesday night at the 'I, :Red

we've ever tested comes from rolls out beautifully. For easy o > f' home of her aunt, Mrs. i

our mailbox, sent to us re- rolling we use a pastry cloth w r r f y.{ Charles O. Murray. and Blue

cently by a friend. She with a wooden and metal 1 s 1a e
t .' Hostesses were Miss Sarah
writes: frame that keeps the cloth
ip Nixon Mrs. Julian Smysorand andVVorn
"Dear Cecily-Anyone who from sliding because it holds *
has ever attended a wedding firmly to the edge of a coun- Miss Maggie Kinsey.

reception in the South has met ter or a table. The corrugatedcutter Miss Folkes is the daughter all Over?

up with cheese straws a needed is an inexpen- of Mrs. Walter C. Folkes and

rich pastry cut into finger- sive tool: ours has a stainless the late Mr. Folkes, former a

size lengths with a corrugated steel blade and cost 47 cents. residents of Gainesville.Mr. .

cutter such as you would use
f for making crinkle-cut French AUNT MARTHA'S CHEESE Daly is the son of Mr. Quick on the trigger- I
slick the !
on figger -
and Mrs. Arthur
fries. STRAWS C 3N Daly of. Day- Two wild western line-
This is 1 cheddar cheese tona Beach.
i not an ordinary pound sharp tamers to carry away

f cheese pastry made by mix- ZVz cups sifted all-purpose flour The wedding is to an eventof as the prize catch of

ing a little grated cheese into V teaspoon cayenne pepper Saturday evening June 13, the season! .:_
pie dough but rather a pastry V teaspoon salt 4 at 8 p.m. in Daytona Beach.A .
i lavish with cheese and butter % pound (3 sticks) well chilled __ _
and butter. ""'V ..... __ __ -.,;,.- "t" color scheme of green and Formfi.t3D .:
always seasoned with
,
white was carried out in all
Grate cheese with fine <
cayenne pepper. a grater. Relaxing at home of Mrs. Leonard Emmel right, were members of the appointments. The hostesseswere
.
Place cheese in
New Formula grated refrigerator Gainesville Women's Golf Association following "Golf Day" at the GainesvilleGolf assisted in serving by TJ IDE-

"My Aunt Martha (Mrs. to keep cold. and Country Club on Thursday. Mrs. Emmel, who is.the new president of Mrs. Clara McDaniel and Miss
Measure flour into
Jack Hamilton of Smithfield a large the association succeeding Mrs. Walter Aller, entertained with an informal Martha Melton. SLIM JIM PANTIE GIRDLE \

North Carolina) makes the mixing waxed bowl or onto mix a in pieceof party honoring Mrs. Frederick M. Butler, club champion, pictured at the left. Twenty friends and relatives in blue-jean-blue with red x \

best cheese straws in the paper and; cay- The Butlers will move soon to Fairfield, Conn. Others in the picture are Mrs. J. attended.GRADUATION. stitching. k *
enne salt. Cut but-
world. Not satisfied to follow pepper M. Weber second from left and Mrs. Fred
ter into small pieces (cut off Stringfellow, who are treasurer and Style 0822 in S.M.L
the age-old formula of a vice-president respectively of the association.
t pound each of cheese and pats then cut each pat into $6.95
sixths, using a small paring SPECIAL Fiber Foots: Nylon and spandex.
It butter to four cups of flour,
she uses a pound of cheese knife). MOTHERS TOO!

and three-quarters pound of Blend butter into flour with Bridge Club NotesBy ROUNDUP BRA puts the

( butter to three-and-one half fingers until butter is like gay bandana print-and
small crumbs.
Add
coarse
cups of flour. It is her own you-in whistling good
carefully conceived blend. grated cheese and blend with RALPH H. BLODGETTThe West pairs. Mrs. B. H. Wise By JOHN E. CRAPS shape!

"Aunt Martha says that the fingers into flour mixture until University City Bridge and Mrs. M. S. Kirkpatrickwere Mrs. C. W. Beasley and Mrs.R. !cA Style 0563 in rodeo red and .

mixture must be blended pastry is yellow all the way Club played a fractional mas- second, and Mrs. R. W. W. Bryan were the North- 4 white. 32A to 36B..

with the fingers. After makingthe through. If ingredients are ter point game at the Univer- Jones and A. S. Rao were South winners in the Wednes- $2.50Fiber

cheese straws I know that cold pastry will not stick to sity Faculty Club Monday eve- third. day evening game of the Facts: all cotton

direction is terribly im- hands. ning. R. W. Jones and the Gainesville Bridge Club at the ., j
At Weed Hall
Wednes-
Roll out one-quarter of the writer came in first in the on Holiday Inn with 77 match :"" >" ,
portant.
">
day evening Mr. and Mrs. > r
dough at a time on a lightly North South direction aft-
"When I was growing up John C. Soderstrum .points. There were eight tables -
floured pastry cloth to V inch er a spirited struggle. Mrs. ran away
in North and 63 the
Carolina we always from the North South fieldto was average
had cheese straws in thickness. Joe Moss and S. L. Williamswere for all COLD $750
the take first place. Mrs. M. S. score pairs. i
Using a ruler as a guide second and the new firmof "mOWn
,
house when Mother / a
was giving
cut pastry into strips 2Vfc McMorris and Hatcher were Kirkpatrick and Miss D. John- Mrs. F. H. Hull and Miss WAVE
a tea or a bridge party, inches wide, then with a corrugated third. son were second, and Har- Bernice Brenke were second franklin'sFREE oUege 1bop"
or when she had volunteeredto C. Boardman and the.writer Includes:
[ cutter cut into straws ry with 68, while Mrs. R. M. Wal- Haircut
make Shamooo Set
them for someone -
Windsor and third.
else's about Itt inches wide. Place Mrs. Virginia were beck ,and Dr. A. S. Rao were PHONE 372-1575 PARKING REAR OF OUR SHOP
party.
Mrs. D. R. Frailer won a Mrs. James R. AndersonMrs.
about 1 inch
apart on un- third with 66.
,. "But Aunt Martha to the close contest the East- 401 W. Ave. Dial FR 2-4606
greased cookie sheet among Ruth Thurman led all the I Even by AppointmentASK I University
delight of us children made Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Living-
Bake in a moderate ((375)) East West pairs. Second y
cheese straws to have in ston led the East West field
'just
degrees) oven 10 to 12 went to Mrs. R. C. Lindquistand ABOUT OUR SPECIAL
the house. And all these with 82 match points the best
Piano Recital and PRICE ON HAIR CUTS ESIIi'iii
minutes or until straws beginto Mrs. E. 0. Davis,
years she's kept right on game of the evening. Second HOUSE of BEAUTY
brown third to S. L. Williams and
f making them to send to her around the very edges.very Makes lightly Given At Cliff LandersThe place in this direction went to 2300 NW 6th St. at 23rd Blvd.
children at college and her Van A. May and Rufus Heath, I
about 10' dozen. club will meet tomor-
son in the service. Jr. with 68, and third place
"Now..she packs the cheese Store in a tightly covered J. J. FinleyHelen I row at 7:30 p.m. at the Uni winners were Mrs. E. D. Mat- :
metal box between of Club New-
layers versity Faculty on
straws.off to her granddaughter hews and Mrs. J. F. Wharton LET MURPHY'Srsl
waxed paper. Cheese straws Davies berry Road and again on
Kirby presented -
-whosadores_them as muchas with 65.The ;
keep this for several at 7:30 at
,oo--oUr: generation.:' way piano students in a recital Wednesday p.m.
Tasters weeks. Freeze for longer stor- recently at J. J. Finley Weed Hall, 107 N.W.15th Ter- club will hold its next
Approve
All interested bridge game at 7:30 tomorrow eve-
age. School Auditorium. race.
When} we made these cheese players are invited to attend ning at the Recreation Cen- I
KEEP YOU COOL!
straws one of (Editor's Note readers'
every our : By Those performing were and compete in these games. ter. Visitors are welcome. I aannr 1sslm! stet
tasters asked for the recipe. request, this recipe, which Priscilla Alden. Mary Ann

Here' are a few hints from was printed in December Barton Priscilla Barton, Car-

our: testing. This d 0 ugh, helDl repeated.. men Garcia Bengochac, Jane iibl "

Castor, Billy Combs, Linda
Duncan Mary Ann Edmonson -

Diane Gillett, Mona LEARN..EARNSecretarial AJ:= COOL

Godwin, Merry James, _
Becky Keel, Kay Keel, Susan 7 COMFORTat

heIofroQ KeelJoyce Kuykend all, Courses S

Louise Lastinger, Katharine your
Lowry Karen Mathis.
desk
Amy Mills, Locky Mclnnis, Speedivriting Shorthand

Elena McKinney, Susan Mc- with thisportable
DEAR HELOISE: Letters do not have to be
Kinney, Linda O'By r n e,
For those who have freezer signed to Fred CLASSES .
appear.HELOISE Mary Palmour Pirkle
in their
compartments refrig
Jane Powers Jill Powers
erators. .and are always NOW FORtiiINGHowell's fan!
Elaine Pozin Marcia Pozin,
"forgetting" or "1 0 sin g" DEAR HELOISE:
Robbins.
Items: Here Is a hint for those who Raye Also Camille Roberts I 10-INCH TILT-STAND
,
I place a cookie sheet in may purchase carpeting in the Heather Roberts, Jlmbo Row- Business College i AIR CIRCULATOR

the freezer compartment of near future, and are in a land, Rebecca Sanders, Virginia -

my refrigerator and put all quandry as to which type to Sikes, niene Silverman, 218 W. University Avenue 376-3507

the frozen foods on it. buy-wool, nylon, acrilan, etc. Susan Silverman Johnny Handy desk-type ortabl.. 1/100 ..NIttI
All I have to do now is pull Buy several carpet samples H.P. 4- ol. shaded meter top 99 OscillatingKECTRIC
Smith Barbara
Stringfell o w,
out the cookie sheet and SEE one wool one nylon, etc., and Sandy Stringfellow Emory mounted carrying! handle. In sea- SI 0

what Is in the back etc! use as doormats or in a heavy Springfield Jimmy I Spring- foam..green, with one year guar.ante. FAN

The cookie sheet also keeps traffic area. This way you can field and Bill Wright.
the packages of frozen foods see how well each "stands .- ----
-- --
from sticking to the freezer. up" which is easier to clean L BB B .
$94tSMglh
This idea is wonderful when and which is most suitable for

defrosting the refrig each jour family, and compare the SELF PROPELL"EDI :

week.I results yourself! -
can just remove the cookie These samples can be speed 110.120 volts,

f sheet and have all my bought cheaply, usually on i H WIth, 5060 eyde. AC
frosting compartment unloaded sale for under one dollar. !ii i oa%. No radio or TY Jnt erfofet -

at once saving the time it They make wonderful inside '- HEAVY DUTY MOWER I! **, for eomplefe COlt-
takes to "UN-pull" those fro- door mats-could also be usedas vtnltneA b'q fan valuel!
11 Powered by 4-cycle 3 h.p. Clinton Engine, with i spring-
zen packages from the free- car floor mats. I buy my
wound.impulse-type starter. All-steel mower base. '
zer one by one. samples the same color as my .F

DEE carpet. NATALIE HUNT !3
BIG 22-INCH CUT
The cookie sheet is a good .

Idea. We have been experimenting DEAR HELOISE:

with lining not only For the lady who is making

the cookie sheet with foil slip covers for small pillows f1)95ONLY

(and it is working), but also to take along on vaca- $

the bottom of our freezer com- tions. I have a suggestion.

partment and lapping the foil Why not sew strips of cloth

over the edge where the ice about five inches long (dou-

forms! Great! ble, for strength), for handleson EASY
What do yon readers think two sides of the covers? TERMS r ri

Do try it and drop as a line I did this when taking my r -

on a post card and tell us if pillows on a trip. Makes it PUSH TYPE I
yon think we are right. We much easier to handle with '" $38 95 Hot'Weathe, :
X h-p. * think we are. Write to Heloise other luggage.HAZEL # 22-inch cut only ............... .. .
in care of the Gainesville Sun BROCK 4,: ; SUM-LINE Buy :

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ALL MOWERS SERVICED
Commencing Saturday, June 6th. and for the rest for the c s .- with c" and oil, ready to 20-Inch' Deluxe
summer we will close on Saturdays ot 12:30 P.M. use. $ $1099

NEW HOURS WILL BE: PARTS & QUICK REPAIR 7 .REVERSIILEPOftTAILE; :

Monday through Friday: 8:30 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. SERVICEBuy FAN

Saturdays 8:30 AM. to 12:30 P.M. .I where you can get oil ports and quick Adjustable. Keep cool! .podtic a control

/ Closed Sundays repair service by factory trained mechanics fit most fans switch with rotary dial, .
TRADEINSWELCOMED when you need it. front and back safety

SEE THESE MOWERS TOMORROW! dean, modern line*. guards. 1/30 H.P. motor; S32'MWith :
Positive damp holding!! meon. full year guarantee .
; WORLD TRAVEL MIMIII- OPEN. Saturday 7 0."'. until 6 p.m. weekday 7 a.m. tit 5p.m. '!: chanism, bakettft knob, 2 :

4-Inch rubber wheels. .
: SERVICE We will gladly accept your old Height adjusts I 17" to 58". :
mower on one of these new models. C. B. BOHANNON JR.SE

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UF Medics Tell of
ReplacingPart II ,
KILLS Out As
WIFE a Nursery RhymeNEW Frank N. Anderson

WEBB CITY, Mo.nAP) -An LONDON, Conn. (AP)- and another one that begins: II s 1 1t..r announces his
= of Patient's Heart !
_. expectant mother was shot to The New London Public Libraryhas 'Ten little niggers." A Negro I "WEDDINGPACKAGE
death Friday night while her removed several pages froma mother complained after her 10- l
husband was practicing a quick 1917 edition of Mother Goose' year-old daughter showed her r Ii PLAN"Including __
=. A delicate, three heart D. told how and a half inches Of the ascending r :
part Bartley they replaced draw with a revolver in their rhymes because they contain the verses. v your engagement
operation the first successful more than four inchesof aorta. home, police said. verses objectionable to Negroes.The photograph. Your format studio
one of its kind -:was. revealed the body's largest blood veSsel The surgeons, reported that I Acting Librarian Olive Prentis portrait. (Made in studio in wedding
The woman was Mrs. RonaldL. rhymes include the one expressed surprise that nursery '. informal
the patient's heart was cooled i dress.>)> And 8
of heart in artificial valve \ ?
team
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and stopped for more than beginning"Eeny,meeny,miney, rhymes should contain such ; photographs made on your wedding
and attached the ends of
at the University of re Her 33 old husband "
two hours while the replacements -year- mo, catch a nigger by the toe, words. day.
the arteries that bloodto '
supply
Florida College of Medicine. rushed her to a hospital where
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the heart itself. I' were being !surgeons tried unsuccessfully to I 'P. ','
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H. Writing in the current Jour- The patient, a 58 year old taken over by the so-called save her twin boys by Caesarean -: for only
Dial of the American i Medical i house _painter, was reportedstill ,heart lung machine, which section. The babies were I 6 Used Electric Typewriters .
association Drs. M. W. Wheat,' .at work more than a year rids. the blood of carbon diox- due to be" born in July. ($62.50 VALUE)
JamesR. Wilson and Thomas I after'the'operation. He had survived -ide and gives it oxygen. Police said Mrs. Morrill was Originally selling
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: Sapp Wins Star A wa rdAtNewberryFFA For 3 Join Offices Race Bryant to Speak





In L. ButlerLAKE


Banquet BUTLER A spirited

election race for three seats on At Groundbreak
the Lake Butler City commission -
By HERBERT
MARLOWE was assured last week

L: Y. when three non-incumbents an-
of the 7 nounced for seats now held by

award to E. B. (Barnard) Andrews, Ira
ing of Young and MayorCommissioner
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highlighted to I John Smith. For New Prison
Son banquet I The three who have enteredthe

FFA race are C. U. Crews, JohnE. .
9 idvy c Dekle and J. K. Langford.The (
,
Newberry
incumbents, and others
cipal John LAKE BUTLER Gov. Far.
F have until June 8 to announce.I .. .
tar farmer str fin.p + a w-se.yas ris Bryant will speak at the
On the ballot of the election,
who in : ceremonies
: slated for June' 23, will be a groundbreaking
iter : Tueday for a new prison facility
straw vote on the banning of
dent of his on State Road 231, two
keeping livestock within the
Kramer 'of miles south of here.
y.
city. Mayor Smith said that ac-
(award his ,
cording to the city charter sucha t ss x a Louie L. Wainwright direc-
W. T. Lof
straw vote will not be bind tor of Florida Division of Cor.

ment, ing on the City Commission.The rections, said all Cabinet members -
was the hold-over commissionersare as well as many state
told the 135 1 wI A. L. Griggs and Paul Ri- and local officials, plan to at-
of the
herd. tend the ceremonies startingat
Loften said Recently, an attempt by the 3 p.m.
even played City Commission to ban the
the FFAers keeping of livestock'within the Union County Rep. Clarence

ent-Son FFA city limits precipitated a con- .., .. tS Roberts, State Senator CharleyE.
Banquet HigliW. w .a Johns and Bradford
students to torversy which was quieted by i County
cation, Rep. A. J. Thomas Jr. will be
the promise of a referendum on
or by T. Loften, speaker at the Newberry FFA banquet Friday night, congrat the matter. called on for brief talks.

vocational Joe Sapp, chapter president, who received the star chapter farmer
'J Following the
Others from left Glen who received the Dekalb award ceremony, a
McElroy
The. are ; .
Tom AdamsTo ",.,.. "'-' free fish supper will be servedat
the chapter Riley Martin, star chapter greenhand. (Photo by Jerry Cooper) y SMITH MIKELL the Lakeside Park from 5 to

hand John 7 pjn. under the direction of
was given Keynote Claude Johns. Entertain e n twill

W.Chapter H. I Fe Region Bookmobile DARE Meet 29 to GraduateAt Prison.be furnished by the State


Introduced The report Summer Schedule I The sixth commodity meeting Wainwright said the new
to
given by I of agriculture's blueprintfor Trenton facility will provide a receptionand
lowe. 1975, Operation DARE (De- HighTRENTON medical center fof the pri-

this was the Santa Fe Regional Book 10:00-10:40: : ; 16th Avenue Exten- Second and fourth Wednes- veloping Agricultural Re- son system which receives an
niversary. sources Effectively), will fea- average of 300 new prsioners
chapter's : will operate on the fol- sion, 10.50-11:20; Mrs. J. L. days: -LaCrosse, Post Office, ture Secretary of State Tom' Dwight Smith member of the Beta Club, serv- a month. He said orientationand

state ; summer schedule, start-: Smith's, 3510 N W 20th St., :9:30-9:45: ; Worthington Springs Adams at a banquet at the I will give the valedictory, and ed as a class officer three years classification of all male

area tomorrow and running 11351205.: Post Office, 10:00-10:20: ; Providence University of Florida, Dr. E. T. Ronnie Mikell will give the salu- and as president and vice president -inmates will take place at this
Aug. 21 (it will be in I O'Steen's Store, 10:50-: (
tatory at commencement exer- of the Student Council.
center and
that ultimately
a
the York for
having agriculture,
I in the last week in' 11:15 Lake Butler (1) Lake But- provost cises for the 29
; I graduating sen- Smith chosen to medical unit will
was
provide
ing champ, First and third Fridays-Cross : announced yesterday. represent long-
and the first week in ler Apparel, 12:20-12:45: ; ((2)) iors of Trenton High School Trenton School term
High at t hospitalization or
The : Creek Ehle's Industry leaders throughout major
Trading Post, ;
I ): Consolidated School, 12:55-1:25: ; I Wednesday night.Baccalaureate the School Journalism In. corrective
couple of the state will meet with Uni- High surgery, plus psychi-
and third 8:5: -9:15; Island Grove Post (3)) Across from Pst Office ;
presentation Mondays- versity of Florida agricutlural services are stitute at the University of f atric evaluation and treat
9:20-9:45 Office, 9:25-9:45 Hawthorne ((1)) 130230.
: ; Micanopy ; Florida this ment.
He
past
in summer.
by Perdue. : economists Tuesday and scheduled at 8 p.m. today
the tractor 10.00-10:30; Route 441, Shell School, 10:05-10:25: ; ((2)) Second and fourth Thursdays- Wednesday to study the future I the school auditorium, with edited the school newspaper and
end Payne's Prairie, 10:45 Library 10:30-10:40: : ; (3)) Bank, Post Office 9:15- The 500 acre tract for the .
Pace Getzen I Campville, for forestry, fish and wildlife Rev. Hugh Walters of the First was assistant editor of the
ing award to ; Corry Village, 11:05-' 10:45: -11:20; Rochelle, 11:35- !9:45; Orange Heights, Brown's conservation, wood and forest' Baptist Church as the ,principal school annual the past two I new institution was donated by
farm ; Flavet III, 11: -12:30.1 11:45; Hillcrest Court, 12:00-: :Produce Stand, 9:50-10:05: ; Mel- product processing and water speaker. years. For being the top stu, Union County, Wainwright said.

hop, the and third 12:15. ;rose, Library, 10:20-10:50: : ; Earl- resources for Florida for the This year's valedictorian at dent in the fields of history, science : Nearly $4.5 million for the' project }
I was provided by the 63 Legs
(1) Elem. School, Second and fourth I ton Post Office, 11:05-11:25: and English Smith
to Riley Mondays- ; next 15 years. Trenton High is the son of I
islature
for the first
leadership :()('9:20; (2)) Across from Bap- Archer ((1)) Store just off Bron- Waldo ((1) Mitchell's PressingClub Adams will address the Mrs. Edna Smith of Trenton.He received awards, and he also: use of the facility phase.is sched-Initial -

Marlowe j Church, 9:25-10:00; Blake-: son Highway, 9:00-9:25; (2) I 12:20.12:40; ((2) Waldo group at the Holiday Inn Tues- maintained a 3.65 scholastic received a public speaking! uled for 1965.Construction.

to Glen Williston.'F'] Nursery and Kinder- Archer Elem. School, 9:30- Business District 12:45-1:45; day, at 7 p.m. average in high school, was a award in vocational agricul, bids will be re-
Perdue i (neighborhood stop), 10:00; ((3)) By Woman's Club, Fairbanks, S t eve's Grocery, The DARE commodity meetings ture.Mikell ceived by the Board of Corns
ficates of : : ; Black Acres 3029 10:00-10:20; Mrs. Bruce Deas', 1:55-2:15; Lake Forest (1)) are being held May and the salutatorian, i missioners of State Institutions-

R. J. 2nd Ave., 11:25-11:45; Flav Trailer Court, 10:40-11:00: ; Rob- Southeast 48th St., 2:40-3:00: ; ((2)) June to plan agricultural development .Levy Bank the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ode on June 10.Reading.
er, Frank 12001230.: : binswood, 3717 SW 37th St., 32 NE 45th St., 305320.: for Florida through Mikell. He was a member oi f r

McCloud. and Third Wednesdays- 11:00-11:35; Archer Road Vil- Second and fourth Fridays- 1975. The meetings climax studyof Has Name the Beta Club three years, Plan

Plaques Rahn's Store, 9:30-9:50; lage, 12251245. Brooker,. near Green's Store, the state's present agricul- serving as president and vice
presented Farm, Mrs. Zaffke's, '9:15-10:15 Graham, Mrs. Lefevers' tural status by University personnel president; member of the Span-
FHA : : ; Arwood's Store, Second and fourth Tuesdays- ; and unite all segments of Likely Site ish Club; member of the band Set by LibraryAt
10:30-11:00 Hampton,
lyn Toy, : : ; Lawtey ((1)) Straw- Hague, 9:50-10:10; A. L. Mebane ; agribusiness in looking into four years, serving as president
from Home's Grocery,
by Joe Wharf, 11:20-11:50: (2)) School, 10:30-10.45; Alachua, across 11:15-11:45 Theressa, 12:00-()( the future. BRONSON Levy County's his senior year, and he is Cedar Key
The Store, 12001230. Hitchcock's Grocery 10:55-11:35 ; Preacher Key speaker for the general newest proposed banking institution listed in the THS Hall of Fame.
sented and third Thursdays- General Electric Plant, 11:45- 12:15; Griffis Loop, session will be Buren E. Briceof has a name now anda He is,a' member of the F i r s t, CEDAR KEY The Cedar
degrees to Manor, 2530 N W 11th 1:00; High Springs (1) Library, Lee's Road, 12:55-1:10; Starke Bronson, president of the possible location.All Baptist Church and will enter. Key Public Library will sponsor
.nard and ., 9:00-10:00;; Westwood 1:20-1:30, (2) Mt. Olive Church, ((1)) 811 Florida St., 1:30-1:45; Florida Forestry A ssociation.He that's lacking for the Florida State University this i a Smokey Bear summer reading

A movie 4201 NW 13fh Place, 1:35-2:00: ; City Park, 205230.:( ((2) Starke Library, 2:00. will explain how forestryand loan association now is some summer. program again this s u mI -

sor Ussery conservation groups can organizational work, includingthe The baccalaureate program I
tivities for contribute to the goals of DAREat obtaining a charter and tonight will begin with the invocation mer.Mrs.. Frank Billingsley, librarIan -

Following GREAT DAY the Wednesday session in the subscribing of capital by Rev. Tommy Futrell.. said the program starts
tion of the VIcCarty Auditorium on the Un- stock. Rev. Walters will read the scripture tomorrow and that enrollment

Bishop Sr. iversity campus. The name "Tri County Fed- and Rev. Johnny Arnette of readers in the program be-
Lof ten. :. The conferences will begin at eral Savings and Loan Assoc. will give the benediction. gan yesterday. She said that on

To close .In The Morning 1:15 p.m. each day. iation" was selected by an Music will include the singing enrollment, the young readers
ter organizational committee at a of a hymn by the audienceand would receive a Smokey Bear

performed : BranfordElects meeting last week. The banking a solo by James Swiney. button, a pledge and a book

which she /' facility, tentatively to be Mrs. E. P. Turner will be the mark.
et by f.fi Club located in Bronson, will servea pianist. The reading of 10 books during
,.. .
50 mile radius, which will Commencement e x e rcises the summer will entitle the

a discussion of fleet-footed md at the appointed hour the ing j an imprecation against the BRANFORD -Leon D. Hatch, include Levy, Dixie and Gil- will start at 8 p.m. Wednesdayin children to a special S m 0 key

the hog is overlooked.]c amp cannon boomed, signaling 1 whole tribe of pigs, Sam scram- local businessman and farmer, christ counties. the school auditorium. Robert Bear Reading Club certificateat
II The committee is in the Owen, dean of students at the end of the
Plan have horse races, and dog j the start of what had been I bled out of his bunk, and with has been named president of the process program.
and contests featuring 1 billed as the greatest chase in other leaders took off in hot of preparing an application Florida College, Tampa, will Mrs. Billingsley said that a
For and even turtles, but history I Branford Area Men's Club for for a charter to be pre- be the principal speaker. He wide selection of books will be
camp
:pursuit of the flying pig, which the coming
for nimble We year. sented to the Federal Reserve will be introduced by PrincipalGuy available.
that lack of porkers.speed is not sug the Two hundred screaming campers :represented,$7 of meagre camp He and other new officers will Bank of Greensboro, N. C., Germany.
morial converged on the greasedpig funds. be installed at the club's month-I which has jurisdiction over the County School Supt. Eli Read
but rather like
a one-
and its "does in the middle of the cam- All of Numa's latent abilityto .ly meeting tomorrow at pjn.; Florida district will award the diplomas, and Archer Ele.
the
president, hog I
memorial choose to run." pus and instead of taking off run now became apparent as in the Woman's Club building. The Levy County Chamberof awards.
p.m. and showing his heels, Numo he out and dodged scamperedand Other officers are Charles D. Commerce has been promoting Tommy Thornhill give the I Marks

ans in I I example which comes to ,crouched motionless and disap- dodged, scampered and Williams Jr. first vice presi- the organization of the invocation, and Talmadge Pclk,, Mays

Services follows: Some years ago,, peared in a swirl of melon-hun scooted from clutching hands, dent; T. J. Fletcher Jr., second federal savings and loan aSS the benediction.

Hill .' a staff member of a "Y" gry campers. Red-faced, the protected by the layer of greaseso vice president; James C. Big- ciation. E. T. Tews, accountant Sponsors of the senior class With Awards
Post for boys in north 'Jersey, 'chase officials nullified that gleefully applied the day' be- gert, secretary; and Bill K. has been guiding the or- are Mrs. Frances Trammel an

squad. I pig chase was sched- result, and gave Numa another fore.At Thompson, treasurer. ganizational procedure. Mrs. Janet ,Crisman.
ARCHER With
a circustheme
by W. J. as a means of letting 200 ,chance to show his speed, but one point, Numa sought the
Archer Ele-
Eustes Jr. powerhouses blow off again he surrendered meekly sanctuary of the outdoor chapel ArcherSchool. Awards prevailing School ,
its
mentary presented
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morial smack in the middleof
right
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It seemed like muscle.
a dandy without moving a annual
..;., May Day and awards
will -
graves as boys pooped from pur- The inglorious event was over, services, and dashed througha program Thursday night.
fore the a porker are for the time but in traditional fashion, the throng of boys who sat with ,Queen Jackie Rimes and

All bait and quiet. campers vented their disap- heads bowed in prayer. Ktng Marty Asbell reignedover

erans are I $7 of the camp's' treasury proval by throwing the entire Hours later Numa was finally the circus part of the

service. In invested in a stream lined camp staff, including the nat- captured and in due course,sold program which included skitsacrobaU ,

service auditorium.This will. weighing about 40 pounds, tily-attired camp director, into to a butcher for $7, and the Wild -, a parade and clowns.
named Nums Pompi- the lake. Run of Numa Pompilius thus Principal Henry Lunsford

Landrum The event was highly pub- The next morning, the writer ended. But not before the pig presided over the awards program

Legion with a ripe, juicy water- was awakened by a camp lead had demonstrated that, if so .which included the presentation

attend the offered as the prize. Im- er. "Come, quick," he gasped, minded, he was extremely fleet of a host of awards,
a body at prior to the event, "Numa's loose and he's head-,of foot and as artful a dodgeras I' including the American Legion

Church in was daubed with grease ing up the mountain." Smother f ever lived. .. awards:and the School Board's
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ttI presented by member T. E.

I Art Show Interest f Ya : -Simmons.
Sparks [ The American Legion
awards went to sixth graders,

J} Mike Shoemaker and Sharon

CEDAR KEY Cedar Key's ; art, selected by popular- vote. Tanner. The latter also was a.
Artists are still being invitedto winner of one of the academic'
first art festival, scheduled next
and Sunday, is attract Cedar Key Event take part in the festival, Mrs. : achievement awards. Glenda
Saturday
Gibbs said., For entering exhibits ., cJ Videon of the sixth grade also
ing artist entries from all over ,
a
artists contact Bran- received an academic achievement
may 1 .
the state and as faraway as At-
Slated Next Weekend
non at the Island Hotel. Mrs. award. Runners up for
lanta, Bessie Gibbs chairmanof
Gibbs said that she expectedto this honor were McDiarmid
the event, reported jester-. be dismissed from the hos ... Gravely Mike Shoemaker,

day. will be moved into the Island ing from surgery at the Univer- pital in time for the festival. .. Danny Williams and Susan'
Paintings and other art work Bob Bran- Florida Medical Center The purpose of the festival, j- 1; Sheppard.
Hotel of
according to '
sity
Lunsford presents American Legion Awards to Richard Mrs. Roy Hines presentedthe
will be arrranged in ,sidewalk which is expected to be madean Principal Henry
displays during the two days of non, one of the committee work said that a cash prize donated I annual event, is to create Shoemaker and Sharon Tanner during Archer Elementary School's anual May Woman's Club essay

the festival. In the event of in- ers.Mrs. by the City of Cedar Key will]I terest in the scenic Cedar Key Day and awards program Thursday night.Sharon also was' winner of one of the' awards to McDiarmid Gravely

element weather, the exhibit Gibbs, who Is recover be awarded to the top work oi f t community, Mrs. Gibbs said. School Board's academic' achievement iwards. '(Photo by: Jerry Cooper) and Danny Williams

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to be called "Otto," in memoryof For humanitarianism: Morton and given to Amstergaard to the world in equilibrium. Thatis

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I J r:; Head Troupins University By, Department REID of POOLE Florida of Music conditioned Florida Present campus on Medical the Tuesday University Center, June Auditorium ofConcert I FIRST means One of by RATE the which. most LITERATURE any important musical Tuesday JJ l 'fSNJ.N-G 1 $'SS$ $ $! $ $ $ $ $ $SSSS$ $ $SSS $



Edward Troupin, violinist, and 2 at 8:15 pjn. The concert is performing medium can be, V

Carolyn Troupin pianist, will 1 free, no seats are reserved and judged is the quality and quantity /\ POS'rrr- Prizeword Puzzle CornerLast

present a concert, of violin and everyone is cordially invited to of Jiterature, which exists

piano chamber music in the air attend. for the medium and which lives

in performance. This evaluation

STARTS TONIGHT i applies equally well to all performing Week's GAINESVILLE SUN PRIZEWORD CONTEST RULES

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J w, w roes ?oar, o. r full symphony orchestra. By this Priseivord i. If the winning entrant has been a home-delivered subscriber to The MM
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measuring stick, the standard one correct puzzle Is received from horn.delivered subscribers. the bonus wM

FJRST violin and piano combination is : : be 3.divided The Sun among will pay them.at least $25 each week for the correctly solved PRIZE-

i .'_ JAMES AUBREY and CHARLES CHAPIN in one of the most important j3 ExplanationsCLUES WORD, the PUZZLE.prize money If more will than. be one divided correct equally solution among to those a week's submitting puzzle the Is correct received
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,"Saturday Night and Sunday Mornin 9" ical period from 1600 to the 4. CHIMP not champ. "The agree J accept this decision as a condition of entry. All entries become the
property of the Gainesville Publishing Company and none can i* returned.
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and its ata No. 6 in E Major with the ,. Winners, If any, and correct solutions to this SunclIy'S PRIZEWORD
Symphony Orchestra and also 8. PEER not jeer. PEER is PUZZLE will be amounted and a new PRIZEWORD PUZZLE
four movements in the typical J IS Sunday's Gaincsvllq' Sun. published In next
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Over 500 Motels and Hotels the Mozart Sonata No. 10 in in 1960 he was for a numberof at" a person's "writing" how WORTH UP

B-flat Major, K. 378, in the son years conductor of of the ever bad. Leer is not good. Puzzle No. 20
Special summer family rates! ataform which beautifully orchestra at Ithaca College in
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iH mm ,Jutland began in World War I. drove his wife Renalda, to the regulations, etc. It is not really we received a nice letter from
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m:: Philadel- Friday so son on the path
in
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island of Crete. to the Regal Distributing ercise. state of affairs.

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ALTON BLAKESLEE'and they prevented some heart attacks -|r By being too slow and cautious -
JEREMIAH STAMLER, heart failure strokes in correcting our abuseof

I M.D. _i ---- YOUR HEART .HAS NINE LIVES 12 I and kidney failure. abundance and' prosperity
It looks and tastes exactly like 1 millions of young and middle-
I.. familiar frankfurter but it'sa It An ancient illusion paralyzes
. a aged men will keep on collision
I sensible effective
action for ,
special hot dog. lowers cholesterol, then up to powerfully implicated in promoting fits, and he and Mrs. Stevens health habits. It is the illusion course with heart attacks. ,

and The tastes vanilla just ice like cream ordinary looks ice 100,000 middle-aged men maybe 1 heart attacks too soon. find the new habits completely' that there must always be ai I "radical"Your counterattack nor difficult.Is neither The

cream, but is made from skim asked to sign up for a trial Your hope lies in living, and comfortable, pleasant and rea- neat and simple solution to any I countermeasures are simple, :

milk and vegetable oils. The lasting up to five years.. living very well indeed, while sonable.All health question usually some and alluring old habits, can Mix! ,}
cherry pie and chicken casserole If those men escape heart attacks keeping all the known risks under the evidence indicates he drug. I modified. '

i are as tasty as ever, but compared with men who control. It is not difficult, probably is protecting his heart, But no drugs are in sight that' No one need become a hypochondriac t\
and e'-- diets then nor does it take forever to and could have fashioned a sturdier show promise of really
I like the hot dog 'sausage, keep eating typical any preventing fearful of every shadow I
are deceptively low in' saturated r we will have nailed down definite achieve. shield had he started earlier the artery disease it-, and statistic every egg pn.. {

fats. :,a proof that diet changes can In'only a matter of weeks, for in life. self. I his plate, every cigarette or
These and other foods a r especial prevent heart attacks. There example, Tom Stevens trans Why do we gamble and delayin It is more impressively significant -: cigar smoked, and every vague

I ammunition in a major would then be little question that formed his risk of a premature adopting new and simple that once a man has had pain.
test of the idea that millions of : most people should change their attack from high to low. habits that cannot do any harm a heart attack, doctors almost' Adult people "must learn to

Americans can eat to AVOID ; band food habits. Through a planned loss of two and which offer the only known invariably urge him to changehis distinguish between moderationand
heart attacks. e pounds a week, he dropped 24 means of protection? abuse," says Dr Irvine H.
It's been amply proven that Scientists meanwhile are continuing pounds without going hungry.He I Some delay'because "the experts way of life-in hopes of pre- Page. "Two packs.of cigarettesa

diets low in hard fats and cholesterol vigorous research to slashed his blood cholesterollevel differ, so bean just wait venting a second attack. day to me is an abuse. Too t
call usually bring blood complete our understanding of Then why not also try to prod much fat or too caloriesis
by 40 per cent within a until settle the matter I, many
they ,
cholesterol down. e causes and prevention of heart few weeks down to tect the man who is heading for an abuse. Drinking during
a healthy I'
But is it readily feasible for attacks, to check out other prove what I should da.But t: a heart attack, before it happens most parts of the day is : an
men and women en masse to al- clues and suspects, and to refine reading.His every major step in science and I ? abuse. Doing no physical work

ter their normal lives? Can they methods of detecting, very ear- electrocardiogramwhichhad 'medicine has generally encount- One argument is that not is an abuse. The answer lies in I

lower their blood cholesterols, ly, the men and women most shown some abnormal tracings -:ered resistance, objections, and everyone is equally susceptible.But disciplining one's self, not in
and keep them down for years? susceptible to prematureheart -returned to normal. His 'debate.It the central fact is that a forbidding."

'' And then-will they actually attacks. blood pressure came down a 'I is ironic that quite a few solid majority of us is more or The best precription is one
:' have fewer heart attacks? But right now, you can makea bit, even though it hadn't been voices urge delay in the matter less susceptible in terms of the you can formulate for yourself

These critical questions are vital decision. abnormally high. 'of reasonable and safe dietary known risks we are harboring. -stop abusing the good thingsin
answerable only through a huge : effective. the special foods developed by You can choose to do noth- All he did was make some changes, while few caution By doing nothing, thousands and our abundant life, and use to
field trial similar in basic re- Fifteenhundred volunteer scientists, nutritionists and food ing, and await the consequences. moderate changes in his habits, 'about drugs. The drugs for, millions of men and women are day's knowledge in hopes of 4
spects to the field trial with children ]married men aged 44 to 54 now processors. mainly in diet and in taking up treating high blood pressure being abandoned to their fate saving your heart
vi which proved the Salk polio :are engaged in the first step If these men show they can Or you can begin disarm mild exercise. Four years later, !were readily accepted before while they have a hopeful (Condensed from Your Heart HalNina I
vaccine to be safe, potent t of this diet test, consuming stick to their diet, and that it ing the conspirators that are so ;he's holding on to all these bene- 'there was adequate proof that chance to prevent disaster. copyright Lives.published flU by Alton by.SleKetlet,PrenMce' ). Hell




Ii I The Normandy Invasion: U.S. German View !



', (EDITOR'S NOTE-Although -- (EDITOR'S NOTE Gen. had ben concentrated In that I

I'f he sits on the board of 24 foundations Guenther Blumentrltt was area for a training exercise. It
.. and companies and is D-Day Agonizing Triumph for Allies chief of staff at German head- Nazis Were Fooled almost seemed to us that the 1
quarters in France American had failed. :
chairman of the board of Botova on D-Day. landing
; Watch Co., Omar Nelson Bradley Now 72 and a military his- Eventually, the superior

,... today flashes the same shy torian, Bluementrltt tells here River Loire. in Brittany, at the Bay of Biscay strength made itself-felt; -. I
with the the weather, and wondering if Beach who bad been dropped'ous invasion. They had gone in the events leading to and
crackles
smile and op "G" was to defend the remaining on the Mediterranean coast Farther to the east, neal
the decision to ahead with almost as far as Cherbourg. North Africa and Sardin
Sicily
homespun wit that won him the go up including D-Day, as seen bya stretch of the French Caen, the British 6th Air Division -
affectionate title of the "GI's the invasion after stormy seas They knew they were way off ia. Any inexperienced division German expert.) Atlantic coast and the French Beginning in 1944, the situa- successful.
General" in World War H. At had forced a postponement the the target so they began work- might not have made it that By GEN. GUENTHER Mediterranean coast. tion became a little clearer. The I faced was the more brave but They
71, the ranking American officer previous day was the correctone. ing back toward the beach, traveling day. It was 1:30: p.m. before we BLUMENTRITT German High Command gradually very weak
German 716th Coastal Division
I !in the field on D-DaylJ still The waves were much by night and hiding duringthe learned that the 1st had hurled MUNICH, Germany (AP) -. Rommel had experienced the became convinced that the !which had to defend a" broad
an imposing combination of stronger than we would have daytime. They said their back,one of Rommel's toughest From 1943 on we were certain, vast Allied air superiority in Af invasion would come in the section. .
West Point soldierly bearingand liked. The first of those float worst experience was one day divisions and was advancing up, that the Western Allies would rica. He was convinced that the month of May. Hitler correctly
backwoods Missouri neigh-' ing tanks on which we had re- when our big navy guns opened the brush-covered slopes. come. We knew that the Russians same situation would prevail guessed that it would be in Nor Were these landings really

borliness.By lied so heavily sank in the high upon a German gun battery.The were pressing for action during an Allied invasion on the mandy. But what was real, the actual invasion or were they
waves. Later we learned that of German gun battery person For Ike, the vigil must have they hoped would bring them re- Western Front and that this what was forged? Rundstedt just a large-scale feint while the
the 32 tanks launched from the nel came and jumped in the been even more agonizing. I lief in the east. would prevent armored move- and I believed that the Allies actual invasion was to come

OMAR: N. BRADLEY landing craft only five managed same ditch in which they were kept getting mesages from him. But just where the Western ments over greater distances. I would attack north of the farther east on the Somme? L
to get ashore. hiding. "please send me a situa- Somme River because this The first Allied
General of the Army, USA, landing would be made was was large landing
tion I'd been Rundstedt in turn had always
report. sending
I, As told to Hugh Mulligan And, as in every field engagement The big thing, of course, was him messages all day, but theyweren't anybody's guess. We had to defend believed in mobile opera- the shortest route to north Ger then came at dawn on June 6.
I remember thinking that Hitler never really became 1,200 miles of French, Belgian tions. many. Normandy could possibly Field Marshal Rommel-was
WASHINGTON (AP) Stand getting through. Actually He was opposed to rigid
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'convinced that this and Dutch coastal lines. became the scene of a feint at from his headquarters at
with a heavy heart of the day's was the away
what had coastal defense. He wanted to
ing on the bridge of the USS happened was
objectives in terms of the livesit main attack until about the There was ample choice for the the time of the landing. He was
assemble the bulk tack.On
Augusta in the predawn darkness they didn't have the capacity to of armored
would cost. For a combat time that we finally broke out I invading forces to pick the right that June 4, tension was in south Germany to visit his
; of June 6, 1944, with just decode messages fast enough, strength in the Paris area, and
commander, this is the real of the beachhead at St. Lo. He spot. amounting at the OB West head wife and, above all, to report to
t the ghost of a moon glimmering and the ones I was sending went attack the Allies when they
agony of war. Just before the thought that another army was Coastal fortifications differed quarters in St. Germain, just Hitler, outlining the gravity ol
through the overcast, I listenedto straight to the bottom of the were far enough removed from
I the drone of invasion, I had gone down to getting ready to come across at grossly in strength. They were northwjt of Paris. One felt the situation. Rommel returnee:
steady our heavy pile. the coastal bases and no longer
bombers high above the clouds the staging area and talked Calais, and we had taken a lot strongest in Holland, on both there was something in the air. to his command post in the late
had the of the
and watched the enemy antiaircraft with some of the assault battalions of pains to get him to think so. Despite the traffic jam that sides of Calais and on both sidesof naval support heavy The Allied airraids became afternoon.

stab blindly at them in the where the statement had We actually sent radio operatorsto morning, the engineers did a the River Somme. They were artillery. more and more nu m e rou s. Meanwhile, Field Marshalvon
blackened night. been tossed around that none eastern England to send messages terrific job cleaning up Omaha very weak in Normandy and Hitler decided in favor of There was a sharp increase In Rundstedt had sent an urgent
of them would come back, that back and forth. You Beach to keep those supplies weaker yet in southern France. Rommel's plan. But he, too, the sabotage actions by the request to Hitler's head
Suddenly the Augusta openedfire they would be killed on the know, people experienced in de- moving in, and to bring the Field Marshal (Gerd) von wanted to keep some reserves French resistance.On quarters in the early morning

with her 8-Inch turrets and, beaches. I remember telling coding say they can tell an operator wounded out. My supply officer Rundstedt thought little of the in the rear. Thus, the two June 5, an Allied radio hours. He sought permission inrush I
the shuddered with each them that there would be by his touch, so we used German
as ship yes, once told me that 7,000 different coastal defense system, strongest panzer divisions, Lehr- message was picked up. It wasa the "Hitler reserves"thetwo
salvo, I plugged up my ears casualties, but that with all the the same operators they had items of equipment were landedon the "Atlantikwall." To him it division and SS-Division Hitler- coded warning to the French elite divisions stationed
with cotton. Less than five miles firepower we were arrangingwe heard in Africa. We built wooden all bluff. panzer
was The field marshalwas
the beach in the first four jugend, were stationed west of resistance that the landing was west of Paris to the
off our bow, Omaha Beach lay would try to keep them at rafts in the shape of boatsso the "OB West" the German '
hours. When the Germans cap- -Paris and remained under Hitler's imminent. Our troops were fan front.
blurred in the morning mist. a minimum. t airplanes flying at high altitudes
tured of commander in chief on the command. They were to
one our phase
After months of planning and would think they were maps mediately put on alert. Hitler'sheadquarters But Hitler, used to workinglate
that first second Western Front. He was a true play an important role on inva ..
rehearsing, after long weary As it turned out, General Ei photographing an invasion fleet or day, showing was informed of was asleep. His aides refused -
senhower's decision all for the next grandseigneur, a soldier who on day.
days of fighting through Africa to go ahead our objectives the situation. to wake him Up. Precious
and Sicily and up through the with the invasion was an inspired We knew from our previous 60 days, they concluded the invasion held high the old traditions, anda What did we know of the ene- The first reports which arrived hours were lost. In the afternoon

boot of Italy, our time had courageous decision that undoubtedly dealings with Rommel in Africa was a failure because we brilliant strategist. I was his my at that time: Actually, we that night about paratroop at about p.m., Hitler
come. It was H-Hour on D-Day I changed the course of that he always committed his hadn't gotten that far. But the chief of staff. know very little. Air and navy landings near Caen and finally gave the go-ahead. The
off the Normandy coast. the war and the course of his reserve divisions as soon as he map was only a most optimistic Under his command were reconnaissance, spies, agentsetc. Carentan were pretty vague. In panzer divisions immediatelyleft
I tory. The high winds and heavy got his bands on them. We projection for supply purposes Groups "B", headed by ,the ., supplied strongly contrasting the early morning hours of June for the front. But Allied air.
Already our demolition teams overcast that caused our bombers were afraid that he might wait so that we could plan young, able Field Marshal Erwin reports. We did not know 6, the situation became clearer. raids made it impossible for
had gone in to blast out the to overshoot their targetshad until he got three or four divisions for bridging materials and bulldozers Rommel who earlier had until the spring of 1944 when American airborne troops had them to reach the front before

underwater obstacles so Ingeniously an even more disastrous effect and make a concentrated to built airstrips and not led the Afrikakorps, and "C" and where the Allies would ;landed north of Carentan ((82nd June 7 or 8. And that was too
planted by Field Marshal] on the, enemy. attempt to throw us back into .have to wait for our supplies to commanded by Col. Gen. Johannes come. For 18 months, the OB 'and 101st Airborne Divisions), late! I

Rommel. Already our Rangerswere They kept his navy patrols in the sea, but he never did. :catch up with us. Blaskowitz. Army group West received warnings which I But they met with stiff re- On the late evening'of June
scaling the shingled cliffsto For I "B" controlled the coastal section differed completely: landingwill sistance. They ran into the I S it became clear to that
port and grounded his reconnaissance us, the darkest hour on us
knock out the coastal guns. I A few years ago I went backto from the Netherlands to St. be in the Netherlands landing
352nd German Infantry Division :the invasion was successful and
flights so that the D-Day came about .noon. The
Already our airborne divisions proach of our invasion fleet went ap- 1st Division.was still pinned Omaha Beach. Nazaire, at the mouth of the in Belgium, in Normady, which, by sheer coincidence, j Irreparable.
had been dropped into the People were swimming in the
undetected. The bad weather down behind the sea wall and
hedgerows behind the beaches, surf where Rommel had plantedhis
acted as a protective screen for locked in a deadly struggle with
and Sherman tanks iron
our were flanges to tear up our -
off the LCTs and our beach landings. Not only the 352nd. Because of paralyzing
rolling tryingto tanks, and plowing the fields Central
"swim" ashore with the aid couldn't the Germans see us, casualties suffered by our where he had planted polls to -r*". .' .
but they couldn't believe that demolition teams, only six paths
of the floating canvas skirts that .
prevent our glider landings.I
the resourceful British' had in we would attack in such dirty had been blown through the un-
vented. weather.If derwater obstacle field and a I even looked for some of tho SEARS

we had called off our invasion tremendous traffic jam had de- pillboxes that had proved so Air
Soon the first wave of infantry that day we would have hadto veloped offshore. Omaha had tough for us on D-Day, but I ConditioningWouldn't
would be hitting the beach. For wait two weeks for favorabletide fallen badly behind schedule.The couldn't find the one I remembered ROEBUCK AND CO

better or for worse, Operation conditions and available beach was littered with best. I was told that a

Overlord had run beyond the morning light. This would have stove-in craft, drowned out ve- Frenchman had used it as a Wouldn't it be Wonderful to
reach of its admirals and hicles and burned
gen- meant refueling the fleet and out tanks. foundation for his house.
erals and was in the hands of depending on 140,000 men to For a time there we didn't know
the individual unit command keep the biggest secret of the whether to divert the see o n d I' spent three days at Omaha Have Cool Comfort in Every Room?

ers. The biggest, most ambitious war in Europe. Besides, two wave of more than 25,000 troopsto then visiting the cemetery and
amphibious invasion in weeks later the channel was another beach. just walking around. Even then,

military history was irrevocablyunder lashed by its biggest summer it all seemed so long ago. It
This would have
way. storm in 20 years. We would exposed us was hard to believe that so
That chilly morning .off the have had to wait until July and to a greater risk in the event of many lives, and so much effort,: SAVE 60

coast of Normandy left with me we would have had difficulty in a counterattack. I always say and such bravery on the part of.
memories that the intervening clearing at Port I
many Cherbourg by thank God for the 1st Division. so many had gone into gaining
20 years have not Sept, 15, the last date that supplies ,
dimmed.I .could be '''landed over thebeach. This was. their fourth amphibi a five-mile sliver of land. I

remember first scanning the .
skies and waiting for the Luft I I By that time, of course, the ENJOY FLORIDA LIVING IN A I ,, .
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AC AR I nA LEV 1 LITTLE LAKE SANTA FE Bird $300 Down $S3 Month. 4-Bedroom.
CHECK III Beach. Lots #12 & 1X Each NW. SECTION SIR. 2 baths,
WANT-AD RATES # 2 bath swimming pool member large
auYaeLE I carport and utiU tots of
A11os to x 280*. $7.500. terms or S6.5OO ship. Ideal N. E. location. Call cupboard and counter space. Well

27Hovd A T E t1 ELK I C E cash. 372-1335. between 2,and 1, FR 2-0123. landscaped, rear terrace excellent .
ACROSS PH. 372-8441 cond. m-Slsa
LEE ASSESSES YOUR VACATION HOME?
1. Copper 28.1/10 of anephah I Furn. house In Yankeetown 2
I N S D U S T 3 .' M $64 MONTHLY payments no taxes -
I biks. from River street.
for on paved
Savory t 3 BR home excellent condWtton.
29. Nagged RIDE A G E = Only $3000 cash total price. S. ..\ Make offer on $2500 equity.
meat
jelly
I E. Sapp Realtor. Newberry Fla.4V .
THESE 10. Nomad 33. Afternoon t. E M O n A D E L A Glt. Classified Only' Must see to appreciate. Owner
wide tot on Cooper Lake. Phone QU lET'SIMPLICITY' leaving city. Call 372-0064.
Mars or snack ETA TAD F I L E 374-4360 after 5:30 on week da sHUNTING .

Pluto 34. Persian MIRE R U B I C O n __ DEADLINES I 1 FISHING cabin. Furnished s (Sunday OPEN May HOUSE 31st only)

13.Lyric muse fairy E electricity, ,water well 1 3 br. Fla.'rm. -breeze-way.. Jumbo .4 BEDROOMS 3 BATHS-Fla.
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A R E S c A R 1 n A
Tues. thru acre. land. See John Elton Room
Fri brick
I 14. 35.Land measure papers-5 pjn. Day before publication excellent candlton, priced Fireplace Central
Muddy tt E T S H E D T E E For ads to go In Sun. paper-12:00 ajn. Sat. Orange Springs. on Mdays t"CJII MARY heat you name It this tove-

CLASSIFIED pool I For ads to go In Moo paper-1 pm. Sat. MOELLER; \, 't ., ly modern masonry home has ill
15. But Lai36.. Guarantee -s N.W. of course. Big fenced corner -
38. Backbone Minimum ad 4 lines I 35 Houses for Sale. LIVE SUBURBAN lot; double garage plus car.
16. Roofing port. Inspect this amazing buy at
slate 40. Channel 3. Seine 8. Actuate FAMILY RATES' Appr. 4 acres overlooking winding <17. (XXOO Attractive terms.

41.Wild ;e NO DOWN PAYMENT ;3 BR 2 scenic road high wooded land. ARCH CAMPBELL. REALTOR
18. .
Gums 4. Certain 9.Vault Ii 1 Insertion ............................................... we lineIs = bath Central heat central air frame house N.Wj 3 ml Galnesvll Ph. 374-5707 ANYTIME.
ADS 19. Braced animal hone 10. Musical insertions .............................................. 220 line =e cond Northwest. Slf.OOO. Can *. $16,900. call MARY MOEL. FINLEY
42.Small doses Insertion Vc line LER AREA 4 BR, 2 bath
framework 5. Mclntoih symbol Insertions ..'::::: ::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::. 14e line == 374-JW. CCB home \g. wooded tot spa-

21. Steep rocky 43. Surges or Baldwin 12. Lachrymose i Total l charge computed by multiplying total,, lines x rat earn = FOR Sale. or trade. New ,a 8R. BUDGET Clous Fla. rrru fireplace dis

i eminence DOWN 6.Turn on a drops E i ed x number of Insertions. s homo located in Westmoreland HOMEBuy f?bi36.F1ulT-Y rotator phone
i Estates. On city sewers paved this S br 2 bath Cent Mat 1
X1 22. BabyL god 1. Kitchen pivot 17. Labor 5 5 St 2 Ig. bath Rms. Ig. family home In NW., bit. in stove I LAKE HOME

'. 23.Wharves gadget 7.Horse with union e Rm. & living Rnru dining area.Central oven, excellent terms like rent. Three acres 100 feet fronting 00
.. I 5 Five letter 11ne' heat, built-in kitchen Including move In. Call MARY MOELLER
words per ; Little Santa F
24. Lake, cleared
Engine 2. Sidestep an easy gait 20. Turkestan GE dishwasher. 2 courtyards
: high and dry. lots of shade,
= walk to schools close to
salt lake
NEAR GVILLE good road. Modern home fully
You U of F & medical center FHA

m w"0: I t. J e 7 8 9 / 21.Ramachandra Wife! I 8 Pt. ordinary Same as type 2 lines -__ $22,700.Immediate Down occupancy.payment Drive$1.700.by 2 story home in Metros' large yard. ooo.furnished$4,000 dock cash and balance garage. SIS slop.-

beautifully landscaped. Partly fur
1027 NW 40th plus int. per month. Shown by
Drive. Call Butler
10 ll 11y Q nished.
i Same as 3 lines
12Pt.18Pt.
appt. Eo W.
ordinary type Brothers 3729545 dally, 376-!00. Hayes Starke Fla.
23. Sticklers night. Phone f64-4141 or 533-2387.

13 /T for style Same as 4 lines BRICK HOME, fenced wooded tit.

24. Theme ordinary type 5-ROOM FRAME house screened 4 BR, 2 bath, ig. living rm.,
IS / li 17 i porch reduced for quick iii Ie.S2. i; Fta. Rm., & screened porch.
Can r. %, 25. Presaged ./* Phone Cephfs Goodman,. Elect. kitchen cent heat i. air
19 20 26.Puzzle I Ii s28-QW WilllSton. az condo Many extras Including
tt
t i/ 24 Pt. Same .s S lines swim club membership. NE sec.
27.That girl ordinary type II AN exciting home will space excellently t D tton. Reasonable down payment.
'. a a 29. Lagers built air conditioned $123 per mo. Call FR 25753
= ;3 BR. 2 Bath, family room and evenings.
30. Siberian E i fireplace now being completed
24 tJ ti / "' forest i The not be responsible I for more than one by Lloyd Myrtck. Builder hiWimberty 1 $450 DOWN
:rionno'h
incorrect will it be liable ( Estates outside city FSTA :3 bedrooms and 2 baths central
//i 3 < I or any error hi adverj -
31. Whiteeagles $j tisement to a greater extent than the cost of the space occu- 5 limits. N. W. 36th Terr off heat screened vorch and large
t* 29 VI it tailed sea g I pled by the Item In the advertisement. No adlustment will c N. W. 39th Ave. Offered for $22- family room beautifully land

Buy =! the be rnJ advertisement.!<1".cn anon that do nol materially effect the value of s 500. Phone 2.5689.WESTMORELAND MARY scaped near schools with and back shopping yard fenced$15,000

33 / J* / if 32. Wild = = low GI equity 611 N. W 34th Drive. Call any
= = all offers considered. 3 BR, 2 time
animal bath Ig. living room Ig. kitchen
J6 37 5 1 71J Gainesville' Sun reserves the privilege of revising !3
3!. Short for a lecting or r* separate dining room parquet MOELLER
any advertisement which It E
deems objection and to floors central oil heat double
1 40 / / school37.Jap..aIad =I change the classification of any advertisement from that or. 2 carport Ig. comer lot. 107 N.W.
| acted to conform to the policy of the, paper 40th Dr.WESTWOOD. a

1i i l. plant I LITTLEWOOD REALTOR 5Z
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Hire! 39. Bakery ___ _......... BR. 2 baths home In Skyline 101) W. Untv Ave. FR 0-N71 4'

Par time 27 minAP HJ.' .,,,,.. b3D supply 28 Linstock b Supplies 33 LOTS FOR SALE Heights. Study hardwood floors I Member Multiple Listing G
J built-in range & oven. Cent MARY MOELLER BROKER
heat. Shaded back yard. Call I ASSOCIATES
FOR SALE f polled hereford 376-0862. E. W. Moeller Dick Durbin '

8 Baby Sitters Child Care 12 Male Help Wonted 14-Sales Help Wanted bulls, 1 to 2 years old $200 to BEAUTIFUL BY OWNER SACRIFICE $240 equity for $700 I. Foster Kessler A 6
I $350. Also few heifers and cows wooded tot. 900 blockof S1M27.
I cash. Total cost only
all C.M.R. breeding, registered. N.W. 22nd street. 110" X15S'. Modern 3 BR, \Vt bath home. Ralph Realtor
,i CHILD OR INFANT CARE in pro Hugh Williams Cross Creek, Fla. Also lot in Gwynn Oaks 200'x180' Near schools. Refrig, lea FORDYCEREALTOR
OIL COMPANYAAA OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS! 481-2204. with view and privileges I FOSSEYDick
vate home.
Sell! Reasonable rates. FR of Clear Lake. range air cond.. and drapes.No .
You've 3765109.
6-161. operating nationally read about fabulous VIllaglt qualifying. 1432 NE 14th Tar. RobinsonAssociatePh.
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Have opening for Green. Now..help sell It I 30 PETS & SUPPLIES Beautiful 3 Acre Tract Entered by Phone 376-4068.
WANTED child to keep large yard. .representative in local, Excellent earning opportunity for a 60 ft. wide Private Drive. N.W. 374-135
In Country-City west of Medical protected area Prefer licensed' Real Estate salesman. Section. Out of City Limits. $14,775 up ON YOUR LOT. Open 11 W. University Ave.
Center. Phone 3722701. some knowledge of Allen/ Dorman, sales manager. ENGLISH shepherd puppies Good E. C "CU RL Y" KUEHN JR. House Sundays 1 to 6 pm. De OPEN HOUSE 'Selling Florida Since 1906OPPOR *
signed & engineered by U. S. I
farm construction or Hugh Edwards Inc. 372-1551 for watch stock, and pets. FR
EXPERIENCED schoolteacher 438 N. Main
elementary 20033. St. Steel Corp.. Homes Division. 2100 UNITYTO
to care for children. 3 other heavy equipment. FR 4-2032 Broker FR 6-4544 sq. ft. 3 BR. 2 bath air cond. ((2:00-5:00 P.M.) PURCHASE with financing a,.
I While not essential past I
acre play area. Planned program 16 Work Wanted GERMAN shepherd pups AKC. ,all brick veneer 2 car garage. ItOl ranged all modern Central Heat
would LOTS
3727150. sales experience Female shots ready to go. Shown. week NW 36th Dr. Alachua Homes I WORTHYof and Air-Cond, near school and
or be preferable. Attractive days after 7 P.M, all day' Sat. Inc. Call Frank Thomas i-R 44690. University, bunt In kitchen 3
BABYSITTING in my home. commission makes startIng WANTED nurses job or companion and Sun. See Don Carney 3501 Archer Rd. 4.9 Acres zoned Indust. noting are the features In this bedroom 2 bath home. Call for
$8 per wk. Phone weekly Income of to elderly man or woman. Can NW 18th Ter.MINIATURE corner lot. 3 bedroom, 2 bath home. Florida appointment to see.
$15000 to $20000 possible flo anywhere. Phone 273-2119. LITTLEWOOD AREA room and patio fenced
376-1536. with unlimited po Dachshund Puppies Sale or lease Apartment site near 4 BR 3 bath, 2050 sq. ft. living In back yard and a work bench
tential. Bonus life insurance I do Ironing In my home 1515 S.E. AKC reg. 6 wks.. 2 males & 2 University Fla. Call area central heat bullt-In kit. for the handy man. $25.000 with BUSINESS LOCATIONROCK
and hospitaliza- 13th Place' Lincoln Estates. FR females have had shots $50. 1 blk. from Westwood Jr. High financing to be arranged. ALSO HOUSE on S5 ft. by 150 ".
Employment tlon program. Comprehensive 2918. Phone 63800. 2923 N.E. 10th St. MARY MOELLER, REALTOR 2 blks. from LIttlewood elem. NOTE: This home located at 129 lot zoned for Retail Business.

company train- BEAGLES for sale partially train 1019 W. University FR 6-4471 school. Ideal for Ig. family or N.W. 30 Street will be open for House can be converted to PROFESSIONAL
RentCLASSIFIED Ing. For Interview writeto 18 Schools & InstitutionsU.S. ed and some have shots. S20 family and elderly persons. Inspection today. (May 31) or If OFFICE 509 NW.
: and $30. Good stock. Phone Desirable homesitet sensibly re Priced for Immed. sale. 3449 you don't get a chance to stop 10th Ava. Call for appointment to
11 FEMALE HELP WANTED Mr. Robert J. Smith 25135. stricted in the attractive rural N.W. 13th Ave. 3722893. by CALL FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES see.
Lubrication Engineers Inc. CIVIL SERVICE TESTS! community of Mcintosh. INC. 376-1236.
P. 0. Box 7128 FOR SALE AKC registered Chi- Roberts C. Smith. Realtor FOR SALE BY OWNER spacious! RENT OR BUY

BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORSEarn Fort Worth Texas Men- ">men' 1852. Start high as huahua puppies; also Collie pup. U. S. Hwy. ..n. Micanopy Fla. 3 BR. 2 bath Fla. Rm., closeto LUXURYIs QUIET NEIGHBORHOOD 3: bed
$102.00 a week. Preparatory train pies Hubbard Circle Grocery Ph. 466-3120. school. LIttlewood Estates. : room. 1 bath home fireplace"
up to SS per hour demonstrating LIFE GUARD with Senior certificate ing until appointed. Thousands of Mllhopper and 16th Ave. 6-3324. WILL cash $24.500. Reasonable down pay. the word for this lovely' 3 bedroom screened porch. Negotiable term*.
famous Studio Girt work for summer. Phone pay Immediately for ment. 920 NW 37th Ter. Phone
lobs open. Experience 2 bath home which Is located Tht price has teen reduced
German
usually un BEAUTIFUL and loving male lot
Cosmetics. Full or Part Time. FR 63012MAINTENANCE or parcel of land outside city 3725738.
Phone 376-4336 after 4. necessary. FREE Information on Shepherd pup $45. Avail limits but close in, on which a lust a few blocks from
MAN. experienced lobs salaries requirements. Write anytime. 3136 East UniversityAve. nice duplex house all ready on NEARLY new 4 BR home with all an elementary school. Wall to wall
"SARAH COVENTRY"UNDER To live on premises.( Phone FR TODAY giving name address and .. Cottage 1. moving equipment can be moved luxury features within walking carpets. central air conditioning.
new management. Openings 63012. phone. Lincoln Service, Box 397M. this week. Or will sell you the distance of new school. $31.500. Beautiful kitchen and family
for fashion directors. Part C-O Gainesville Sun._ PLAYFUL son-tempered kittens building furnished Ind'ready to Easy terms. 529 N.W. 58th St. room. You will have an opportunlty
time or full time. For appointment YOUNG man wanted who Is In need home. FREE. 1423 N.W. Phone 376-3569. to look through this home '
call 372-704. terested In learning the homebuilding Real Estate Exam 7th Ave. Phone FR 21403. go at bargain price on easy located at 723 N.W. 19 Street to- 0z
terms. You can move In same or FOR SALE BY OWNER 4 BR 2
trade. Some drafting day. (May 31) or contact FOR.
UNIQUE positions open now for la- experience necessary. Call FR COURSE FREE kittens. Call 376-8041. rent out by end of week by acting bath. Ig. Fla. rm., utility area, DYCE & ASSOCIATES. INC. 376- e N
dles who qualify tor personallz! e d 6-7290 for appt. ATTEND First lesson free. AMERICAN Shepherds 1 male. 2 now. FR 6-3012 separate living rm., dining rm., 1236 for more details. 0
services. Vlvlanne Woodard Prestige HOWELL'S BUSINESS. COLLEGE kitchen, wall to wall carpeting In a
female. well marked Reg. $40, ?
Line Cosmetics personal In DELIVERY and SALES Knowledge COLLEGE. 218 W. Univ. Ave 34 Waterfront Property living rm.. glass' sliding door
terview In the privacy of your of welding supplies must FR. -3501. m-3727._ $35 & $50. Phone FR 63470. leading to 16' x 24 patio. fenced- ADORABLEdescribes 1
home. Call 376-1480 for appoint know Gainesville, not over 45. NEED HOME for all white male In back yard. 1325 NE 12th Ter. n iw
MEN & 18 this delightful 3 bedroom
meat high school education or equiva women to 55 to train for kitten. FREE Call 3723452. WINFRED H. CRAWFORD $19,500.
lent. Write P. O. Box 1723 Jack CIVIL SERVICE Reg Broker, specallzing In home and guest house. It can.
WAITRESS & COCKTAIL WAtT sonville. Fla. Examinations.( For information PUREBRED and AKC beagle pup LAKE PROPERTIESACRE.. STUDENT sacrificing 2 bedroom be yours for $200 down and payments
RESS evening shift apply Mr. send name, address & Phone No. pies. We board dogs James' Kennel AGE. 3 miles No. .of Melrose.GR CCB home. Partly furnished, including of S155.00 a month. Beau ALACHUAREALTY
Dial Pozin, University Inn from 2:00 ExcellentNODpolrtunh desired. Key Training Service. 112 W. Rt. 1. Box 78. Keystone appt. and washing macho tiful yard. Must be seen to be
to S:00 PJM.RECEPTIONIST. for Adams St.. Jacksonville. Heights Fla. 473-4958. 52981.ON 11 minutes from Unlv.. few appreciated. CONTACT FORDYCE
advancement salary commensurate THE GULF blocks to grade school Ig tit & ASSOCIATES. INC 376-1236 or
for doctor's office with experience and back SPEEDWRITING Shorthand LABRADOR Retriever pups, good $9.500. 4117 N.W. 11th St. FR 24635 go by 311 NW 26th St. Sunday.
mature and experienced. Salary ground. College localeinlGalnes TYPING BOOKKEEPING champ background healthy Cedar Key Shores After 5:30. May 31 and see It during the ASSOCIATESMember
open. Reply Box 129-A. Gainesville though desired. HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE stock wormed Inoc.. and ready to open house.
tr Other Listing/
Properties Multiple
376-4672 Sun.OPENING ville, no overnight travel. Send 218 W. Univ. Ave. FR 4-3507. I go. Ph. 372-5763 after 6 PM week. WHY PAY RENT? 435 N.E. 1st St. 3742441Arle
New homes $9.500. 3 bedroom tile
In Gainesville and eachof to resume Box 428-A with, picture Gainesville If possible Sun. SIX weeks (Junior typing class. 1 days. all day weekends. David AndrewsCedar bath $65 per month. Located on JUST RIGHTfor T. Smith, Broker

the surrounding towns for Summer school. Registra 1 Ion FOR SALE Chihuahua, AKC Key 3841 S. E. 45th Terrace. Also some Mabel Gore Associate
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woman who enloys arts & crafts. ROUTE MAN Needed at once. June .. Howell's Business College Registered. Reasonable. Call 372- trade-Ins. Call FR 22372. the Young Executive. This 4
Call Mrs. Crosby FR 2-9982, after Call FR 4-S82S. Not over 40 years 218 W. Univ. Ave. Phone 376- 3037. AIR CONDITIONED gas hear bedroom 2 bath home with a tremendously MERRILLATTRACTIVE
4.30 PM. L weekends. 3507. completely furnished 2 bedroom large recreation room.
old.TWO FREE KITTENS. Call FR 61131.or house on Cowpen Lake 22 miles PARRISHPRESENTS A very attractive kitchen set off
WANTED experienced office girl MEN WANTED PIANO openings: available forsummer FR3261 Extension 299X East of Gainesville. Price $8.800 by Birch cabinets. Down payment
Paid I
with bookkeeping training. to assist me In my business. Instruction. Adults or Terms available. Phone FR can be arranged and also excel bedroom X bath
vacations group Insurance. Call Car necessary, neat In appearance children. Mrs. Burko Black Thoroughbred Miniature ......456.BEAUTIFUL. lent monthly terms CALL FOR. home In beautiful Idylwlld. Oak
FR 2.3451.OFFICE age 20-35. Call Mr. Haney. 312-9896.1 poodle. Male. 10 weeks old. $50. DYCE & ASSOCIATES INC. 376- floors, central heating system and
9:30 A.M. Phone FR 28352. lot on the Suwannee 1236 drive and large screened back porch overlooking
CLERK Gainesville. Monday only 9 to 28 Livestock & Supplies I or you may by
Billing, filing phone orders must I sharp FR 4-7110. MINIATURE silver poodles. AKC River at Rode Bluff. Call 376- take a look at It Sunday May a well shaded tot. ONLY

type and use adding machine EMPLOYMENT InformaI registered 5 weeks old weaned. 6160. 31 during Open House from 2:00 SlS.tOO.
FOREIGN ANGLEWOOD. Almost 4 bedroom
3 days. Write P. O. Box 1723 work WANT AN ECONOMICALLV Shots etc. 376-0872. BOOMING STEINHATCHEE "Trout new to 5:00 PM.
Construction, other
tlon. DOWN bedroom
Jacksonville. Fla. I attractive home, with central $750 :I masonry
Announcements projects. Good paying overseas PRICED FEED Then try CPA BLACK poodles standard & minIature and redfish at your dock." 3 heating and fully alr-condt- home In NE Section. Lots of
MATURE woman with office ex lobs with extras travel .xpen s. Cooperative Mills 16 per cent with papers. $10 $50. choice riverfront lots some lots tioned. This was one of the new AS trees. ONLY $75.00 per month.
perlence. Good working condition Write only: Foreign Service Bureau Production Dairy, part pulleted. Expectant poodle $50. Phone HO on deep waterway priced from homes In the 1962 Parade of
*. Call FR 6-0170. Dept. 501. Bradenton Beach Ideally suited for feeding on 3-2100. Effie Llndsey Trenton. $1500. High timbered lots overlooking Homes Shew Let us tell you SIXMO DOWN will buy this 2 bed
pasture. Special for May only. waterway from $300. Good homo with 3
Florida more about this one. room masonry 1-3
>I< LOST & FOUND WAITRESS. night shift. Apply LarA FMX Gainesville or Alachua. 2 Female beagles, 4 MOS.. good terms. C. Alton O'Quinn 0' b acres of land.

... Restaurant. 1225 W. Univ. 13-Help Male or Female Phone FR 2-1095 or 4612105. stock, $25 ea. 1215 NE 20th PI. Qulnn's Stelnhatchee, Fla. FLORIDA PARK AREA. A pleasant Z

LOST Key ring with change purse masonry 3 bedroom home on e' NFSTA' TWO THOUSAND square feet In
attached. Engagement ring In SHORT ORDER COOK. colored. SERVICE a nice lot 110 x 154 located withIn c this lovely 3 bedroom 2 bath home
purse. Sentimental reasons. Please Apply In person Humph Dumpty. PLACEMENT Office Professional IN THE walking distance to J. J. Fin- with central heating and air con
call 466-3130. Reward 310 NW 13th St. Technical FUN ley Elementary School and Gainesville ditioning. Included are the range,

VIOLINISTS attractive, free to College Graduates High School. owner leaving dishwasher disposal drapes and
SERVICE town. rugs. can us to see this exceptional
PERSONALIZED
4
Information
traveL Send pictures and For appt. uU 372-6377
to Jon arson 1260 N.W, 10.12:00 A-M. 2-4:00 P.M. listing.
32nd St.. Miami 42 Fla. Friday GOOD BUY. Owner leaving town
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LEARN TO DRIVEl Special attention Monday through CENTER ____ and must sell, 4 bedroom. 2 bath Looking for plenty of room for a
to nervous or elderly. PERSONNEL NW 2nd Avenue home, living room. family room. FORDYCEAssociates large family. Let us show you
Easy Way Driving School. FR NEED MONEY to bolster the budget 102 = built-In kitchen and screened this bedroom 3 bath home complete
7-70M He by Stale of Fla. ? 4 or : hours a day will HELP turn your spare time into ,. porch. Central heat and central Inc. with swimming pool In a
bring you good income. CallAvon I money. No soliciting or deliver air conditioning. Priced to sell. fine NW Section of town.
6 SPtCIAL NOTICES Mgr. FR 2-0421. ing. Adiust your own working Real Estate Exchangers
hrs. 52.50 pe rhr. For appt. call FINLEY School area. Attractive 3 Multiple Listing Realtors
I i!! 372-7049 SUNBOATS bedroom. 2 bath masonry homeon Grace S. Fordyce. Broker JOHNMERRILL
I
ADMITTING CLERK. good typist
DUE te divorce I have a like new to meet nicely landscaped large tot Dudley Goulden, Assoclati
neat appearance ability PART TIME service route for ambitious NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA
196model Zig Zag. Automatic minimum 1 college Immediate possession. May we Harvey Benton Associate
public year reliable resident of AliIt"iI !\- this 926 W. Univ.
that snow one.
sewing machine doe everything. night work and rotation of weekends you 376-I2S4
county with phone and car.
We would Ilka someone
to take up payments of 14.00 necessary Alachua General Apply personnel Hospital. Fuller Brush Co. Call Monday & MOTORSWHO MASON MANOR. Very attractive 4 SAVE REALTORalultlpN
per mo. Small balance. Ph. 372- office. 7.00 to t.OO PM. FR 21881. BOATS & MOTORS OUTDOOR RECREATION bedroom 2 bath home located on Listing
2051. CAPABLE WOMENneeded for Information a large tot with fenced back yard.Ideal Associate: Marcella Pertft
established territories TEACHERS-Ask Good WOULD LIKE tor children. Walking distance BUY FROM W. H., Buckriaman
WRINKLEST In profitable on our placement service. THE 76th 24" GRILLS tef
to show Avon Cosmetics. Southeast. HUNTER boats. to westwood Jr. High Cab FR 2-
Cory Line Away positions all over Fiberglass Fishing ir Plywood fishing HOOD-SPiT AND MOTOR
$5 plus Tax Call Mrs. Bums FR 2-0421. Southern Teachers Agency Columbia Boat Introduced by FRANK $oCt.50 $10.ft tral heat and air conditioning.

Odl's Pharmacy SC. PHILPOTT GOOD YEAR SERVICE STORES BUILDER Redfranks
HAVE A BUSINESSOF UNDER 10000. New S bedroom
wlnn EASY TERMS OR CENTRAL THE TACKLE BOX
116 Central Plaza. (Next to 725 N. Main' 372-3537 homes built under FHA specifications
Dixie IJ3.L. Drugstore. YOUR OWNSet 14-Sales Help Wanted CHARGE 3 bedroom IVi bath.
and available to qualifiedbuyer Pay only
The Heart Of East Gainesville"/
hours Investment
your own no
with FHA financing. No SM per month Including taxes
JACKSONVILLECOMMUTERS no high pressure people WANTED AT ONCE Man or woman FRANK PHILPOTTSSPORT Check with Charlie dosing costs and no city taxes. and Insurance. Wooded lot on RealestateSOUTHERN
wanted. Apply 838 NW 11th Ave. to supply families with Raw CENTER FR 2-171. Ust of Classifications to. choose safe dead-end street. Perfect for
Monday Wed June S at 7.30 p.m. lelgti products In W. Alachua Home of HUNTER Fiberglass from REDBRICK
Ride or riders needed. WESTSIDE. New residential subdivision young growing family. No money COLONIAL
thru Friday. Call FR WHITE female, age 20 to 35. wait. Co. or part Gainesville. Many Fishing Boats.McCULLOCH opening soon. Acre tots down to qualified Vets. Ooh an Mif acre of beautifully ,
ress work 43 hours per week Dealers earn $50 weekly time part Motors. MURRAY ALACHUA COUNTY'SONLY streets now being paved. May we $450 down FHA. Ask to .see tot, landscaped grounds. ;
6.232lxiftef 7:00 P.M. good salary. Apply Sandwich Inn time 1100 and up full FA E Trailers and JACKSON Sailing DEALER Skiing Swimming-Diving. ten you more about this restricted no. 0I.Advanced. CENTRAL Ail CONDI

DUE to the death of J. C Gardner 110 N.E. 16th Ave Write Rawleigh. Tenn.Dept Canoes. JOHNSONSEA residential area outside city lim TIONING 1 heating 3 spa- I
we will be closed all day Mon 320 1. Memphis. Fishing Equipment. its. Design :3-2. One of Gainevvilla's i, does bedrooms. 2 tiled j
day. June 1st. M use of emergency Wanted -Where Quality Sells Itself HORSE MOTORS mast advanced home de baths large entrance foyer, '
Molt Help
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phone FR 2-tS67 Melton UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY SALES AND SERVICE Safety Items. signs. Eye level built-Irt oven I formal dmtng room gracious -
Motors fIMtor' 20 N.W. 14th Ave Lone Star Boats. Orlando Clipper and rang In kitchen. Breakfast living room with flreptaca. -
OPENING for the right saleswok. Well established firm Has apes FR 2.5011 or FR 4-6W3 Boats. Ski SllP lIes. Sailing rigs. .Golfing Equipment. bar walk-in: closets. Terrain Florida room modern
route
rVILL the Person or persons bore training In retail and tof for 1st class secretary M i BAIRD'S MARINE Cf floors. Large rear tot with fence bvut-Yt dram kitchen. Over
rowing Dwarf Azaleas from my Must be ambitious & Mon. Thru Frt. 54 P-fn. Sal 9-4 Tennis Equipment. on back Ime. Save nearly $1.000on row SO. ft Of living _..
All permanent basjs. salary 601 S. MAIN ST.
work.
Mother's Grave in Orange willing to company Other Times by AppointmentSim 0Z this one. $15,150 $500 down Like new. Good financing.Price. .
attractive.
vacations S conditions .
and paid wtrkin
Heights please contact me I benefits Baseball Equipment. FHA. m month all $24,500. Call BILL
IAn. Oay work -.k. Apply In person Apply to owl! Handwriting fliv- Deludes '
for -
them 3744(17.
will buy you.
Betsle W. Marfcham. Borden's Dairy! 2420 N.E. lilt .....lfiC..i s. ApPlicahealceeBdeaflaL Want Ads SWIMMING POOLSBE Where to Fish. 1" HC Ask for lot. no. i. ; HARRIS
ttth Drive. Writ. eye Game-
acfSTAtb Model Homo Sacrifice 4.J I COMPLETELY FURNISHED 3 bedroom
S Baby Sift., Child Can COOK White, married. 30 to 55 vote s... 417-A. Plus more. Huge corner lot wan Hundreds of i frame homo In eacet-
\ '. I hour day J day week CAREFREE many many dollars hi additional lent condition. Outside city
FLANKED program awaits your vacation, sick Wave social security Take sidewalk to limits convenient MEDU
pro-scnooi youngster at JACK and state retbment bene I Get Results Eajoy a dean a/id healthy pool. rochial schools. Save Iiiftdsc.apIrlg.I CAL SCHOOL an ever ait
I JILL NURSERY SCHOOL. fits. For Interview contact Personnel FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY Master Pool Service Inc. ADVERTISE IN THE M ttiK Oat Lot no. acre ft land. EXCELLNT
Music program educational l Director Sunland Training I Supplies I. Monthly cleaning TERMS CAM BE ARRANG
flln trtp 7.45-S.1J. Mon.-FrLI CX Box 508. service. M. M. I ED. SSJOO. Cat BILL HAR.
>* SERVICE DIRECTORY
1331 S.W. 13th St. FR 40900. CMIrFIa. or Phone 3745381 For top quality workmanship I FR 2-533 4-0060 2-3171 HUGH EDWARDS; : ,RIS 3744I17.REDFRANKS .
Ext. 36LDISHWASHERS.
TINY TOT night_! shift. ApplyLarry's can 372-6142 PARRISH INC. I REALESTATE


PLAY SCHOOL Ave. Restaurart. 1225 W. Univ. I GAINESVILLE UPHOLSTERY : MR. MERCHANT:To place your ad in the AND ASSOCIATES. INC. 2S37 N.376-771 E. IStli Street I Myrtle Claude M Lauiiar. *Re
Visit w and **. for yoursetf. WANTED first das combination :1 MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTING 3 BR. Ml tlX banv hardwood ; w. E. "BU!" Halls Assodal
24 SE Sth St. FR 4-7SO body man & palter: Good .sal tea N.W. I3ttl St. 372-3441 floors very' tow down and tow I 7 N.E. lit 51.
PHONE H. Hill H ten Graham
I Free Estimates-PICK M aa4tellvtry. Fun in the Sun section Wayne I
WOULD like to keep children In ary. Pius paW vaCatiOn Apply Mr I Carlyx GarctanMre Mary Parrtsft monmty payments located M I.E.I 3764m or %1 -2f27. I
nrlwat* Kama 4urinu _. Pluma WUIIams B&C Motor cot 704: NNE_. FWd StTmL.__ 271-5373 sectton. Pn. 3744303 artytYna.jllss I Hare: 374-227 or 3727143
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35 Houses for. Sol 35 Houses. for Sol 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sale I 35 Houses for Sal 35 Houses for Sal.
35 Houses for Sal 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sal.'E ,

I I BIVEN ARM. 3 bedroom home lust $14,100 IN NEWBERRY 3 BR. Fla. : 2 Bedroom CCB house near Sidney BY OWNER FINLEY AREA
section 3 BR. 1V4 bath. CCB Air-conditioned Rm.
3 bedroom IT kit.
NE 2 yrs. old 3 BR. 1 bath. 2 bath. shaded lot 208'x- 4 Br. 2 Bath Ig porch
1 old
yr. large 1 bath kitchen, living rm., dining Lanier School Shopping! Cen- 2 Bedroom. separate dining roomylarga
C-H, screened porch, patiO. GLADYS SMITH home. S yrs. old. S blks. from Ocala block home living room extra utility air cond.. stove. ter. $8.000 furnished 330 N.W. secluded screened porch i
Call Block
stove 150' FR J-6050 for appt. to rm. home with VA ;
$7J mo.refrlg.FR dwasher$500 22774. dn. 80 ACRES: Metcalfe on dead-end street. Re- with fireplace- dining room overlooking see. $11.500.N. 3721854.S102 Mo. TotaL Equity on terms. acres of land within city limits. 19th Lane FR 25849. fireplace, lovely yard.: Walking I Idistance
Plus 3 bedroom, 2 bath homecentral frig & stove. Fenced In yard, beautifully landsca p e d Price $14,000 Phone472.2459.. to Univ. FR 29757.
42. 1227 NE heat, screened carport patio & shrubDery. yard. Florida terrazzo
12th Ter. S11SOC assume oak floors 20 miles room floor Mason Manor. 3 BR.
4V per cent mortgage of from Gainesville, 15 acre pecan Fine neighbors $700 dn. In lovely Florida Park convenient E. SECTION. 2 BR large lot. 4 BR. 2 bath living rm., kitchen, 3 BR, 2 bath, Fla. Rm., dining BY 2 OWNER.bath cent. heat built-in kit.. 3 BEDROOM. 2 bath, attic fan.
112,575. Needs some repair. grove, 45 acre permanent pasture20 take up GI payments of $75 paneled Fla. Rm.. FHA. 1515 N_E_ and Fla rm. Air-eond wall to room, dbt. carport: extras. 51.500 huge screen porch paved dead, built In kitchen. central heat $800
KITTIE FEIBER acres unimproved. Tractor. monthly. includes taxes & ins. to schools. 1811 N.W. nth 6th Terrace. Call for appoint- wall carpet and drapes. Ph. down. 4012 SW 19th St. FR 2026. end street. shaded lot reasonably equity take up payments. FR *-
WILBUR BISHOP. Realtor. -5M1 mower, harrow. fertilizer distri Phone after'5:30 P.M. FR 2-0947. Road. 372.3638.. ment. 372-8429. 2-5347. priced. Phone FR 2-237 1105 1370 SE. 24th PI.
Nights i. Weekends710$. ,butor. Call 3715393.SERENOLA .
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FIRST TIME LISTED ESTATES:
NW 600 35th Ter.. 3 BR, 2 full Lovely residential lots-new school
baths. Ig. paneled Fla. Rm., sha- opening in September, priced from beautiful new Homes for inspection today!
dy fenced In yard, cent gas heat. $3500. Call 3725393. open
hardwood floors convenient to
Littlewood. Westwood ,&. Univ., N. W. 7th PLACE:
Phone 376-7141. Nice 3 bedroom 2 bath home close
ta schoolsr good financing. Call

ULTRAMODERN 3725393.GLADYS SMITH ft 1 P.M. to .


REALTOR' OPEN HOUSE .

Impressive elegance Is found In 6 P.M.
this ultra modern 3 bedroom 2 Associates:
bath stack bond home designed Ben Griffin Anna HInson
by an architect for true Florida Carolyn Noyes Florence Burns
living. Family room and kitchenare Multiple Listing Member
panelled in mahogany. Glass
sliding doors throughout" the ,-BR'., 2 baths. CCB: home, central ;
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house and free standing fireplace heating, Fla. Room. Near at HIGHLAND COURT MANOR '
add to luxurious .
living In : Llttlewood. Owners moving out ;' : r
this quality I home..Practice 11 y 'of state. Call 372379X.: 421 NW. .,..L."d if
new and near Ltttlewpod I & West- .'35th St. *.'w4
wood. Price $05.000. Call MYRTLE :
LASSITER 37MJ17, or 372- .

REDFRANKS 7943. REALESTATE E. C. "CURLY" v x ': 4"i0\Wf---.: e f
7 N.E. 1st St. Ph. 37- 817
CENTRAL AIR CONDITIOING KUEHN, JR. $ e Here's your chance to get a look at many of 1

FENCED REAR YARD mess Homes.and Lots_ Lake Income.Property Bus- -' : : Kirkpatrick & Pierson's brand new models. In ,

A carpets.complete, draperies.home:. Wall-to-wall central air E.Farms C. "CURLY and.Aereace. Be sure to enter the < addition to our beautiful furnished model seven
KUEHN. Jr. .
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conditioning fenced rear yard tta N. MAIN T. -- t; r. homes will be for inspection today
Quality Chambers gas oven, FR 6-2032 Broker : CC544McCOY'S I new open your 1
range and hood. Vanitied laundry all N.E. 31st Avenue for convenience.
Sink In connecting utility room. Tappan Sweepstakes on your ,
Large living room, separate dinIng x + "
w. the and Highland Court
room. Three large bed- 'x -- -' w g Bring family see why

rooms. Hugh Edwards. Inc. Nothing to buy-Just register! Manor is Gainesville's most preferred new address.
374-771. ,, :
Macoma Homes, r t x a xyr t ,, s There's a home here to suit your needs and your
OPEN HOUSE ;
UP.M.EXCLUSIVE Inc.For budget! .

NORTHWEST Sale very attractive 3- First in the is
SPACIOUS 2090 Square Feet bedroom. 1-bath home. 4417 prize Tappan Sweepstakes $27,000
WOODED 93 x 164 Lot E. University Ave.j walking which Tappan will deposit in a bank for you to --
AIR CONDITIONED 3 distance to Lake Forest
Bedrooms 2 baths. paneled Schools. Price S1&500. jsoo apply towards purchase of.G new home. But See This Beautiful Furnished Home.
Den Living Room. Dining Room. down and I7f.50 per month. hundreds, of other valuable prizes will be awarded '

electric Family room.built-In Hardwood Kitchen, floors.large Jr.Call Day Gerald FR or t-7290.V. Q.nights McCoy FR too. And nothing! to buy no obligation. Just stop THE CHESTERFIELD DIRECTIONS

FR 21053. 4-5015.and 23rd Office Blvd.EYES .corner N. Main by our furnished mcdel home The Chesterfield

1911 N.W. 11th Road and register. Do it today and have a free Pepsi
3 bedrooms 2 baths family room built-in-kitchen.
while you're here Drive North on Main past shopping center
WATCH FOR RIGHT! NOTHING DOWN VA ($100 CLOSING)

IMPORTANTANNOUNCEMENT NE 23rd Blvd. and continue
to turn
right
See real dream living In Shadow FHA ,
111.60 VA-$109.06
mo. mo.
'I Lawn Estates. Models Open. per per

Cooperative be built In Gainesville.apartments For to i F. D.Ph.Oliver.FR 1-OIM Bid,. Get full details and enter (Payments include Insurance and Taxes) to NE 12th St. and TURN LEFT. Follow'the

information call FR 4-2W1 West en NW 3ttn Ave. past
or write: the Glen Springs intersection Tappan Sweepstakes our signs to homes on NE 31st Ave.
P. O. Box 13956 see sign en left.
Gainesville. Flo. FREE PEPSI TODAY .:
furnished model home today.
University Park

Apts. Quality Homes

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HOMEBUYERS & 37th St. Higliland Court Manor 0 r ,_ ,


TERMSWALTER

GUIDEby i. HCM tlxe swim club community

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The James Co. :,

The James Co. of Galnles- STUBBS, & Pierson
by Kirkpatrick
vllle, Inc. Builders of Kings- INC.
berry Homes for this area will

be happy you might to answer have any concernIng Questions -- "We Trade Houses" Sales Office Located at NE 23rd Blvd. and 11th Terrace Telephone 372-3471
home ownership. You mightBe
one of those people that .... i iI
now owns a home but found --
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that It is now inadequate, if I
this Is the case, a call to The
James Co. could very well

solve we mean your trading problems.In your By pre-this

sent home. YOUR GAINESVILLE BOARD of REALTORS

There are I number of questions
that
we can answer concerning
trading. We feel that
by talking with us you can
pick a suitable floor plan and

exterior your needs design from that our will many suit Presents 18 Houses
plans that we keep on hand. Outstanding Open
A cell to the James Co. will
get all the facts about any
type financing, any questions
you might have without any
obligations on your part.

We have lots available Inmost ..
any section of town for fr. .. 2-5 P.M.
you to choose from. "''' ...-.. Open Today
a _
Jimmy Womeldurf end Gene : f
Paramore have over 30 years \}
combined experience In the :1
construction of homes. By careful ,
supervision by Jim and N.W. 1655 N.W.
Gene. it will enable you as the '.. 01029 O
homeowner to get more home i -. Drive 34th Place
e, for your money and certainly t.
makes The James construe .
tlon to be beyond compare.By .

building primarily the : t 1 .: 922 N.W. 2740 s.w.h. .
Kingsberry home we feel we
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have a great advantage and 36th Terrace 7th Place
great opportunity for you as
the purchaser to pick desIgn ; .
and floor plens that are created i "
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by some of the country's .
leading architects.If s ; .
1128 N.W. A 723 N.W.
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you desire complete Informatlon
call The James Co. and t.Ja48u 3 36th Terrace V 19th Street
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we will be happy to come to .. rfHCJTV" J..I'4'.f of"
f41 UIJ J J &V0. ....:. __
your home and spend any .
amount of time necessary to --

explain home The ownership.James Co. systemof r 1416 N.W. 505 S.W..J

WI can secure FHA. VA and ,. 25th Terrace O 28th Street, ., .-
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several different types of conventional .' ,.
financing. (Sorry Sold!)

Let us mention a few of
the Homes that are either under e 10 S.W.
construction or In the 4110 S.W. O
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planning stage. i v 23rd Drive
.. ..It-< 0 5th Avenue
Bedroom.. 3 full tile baths _
with over 2300 Sq. Ft living
l area You must see this hometo 6.h AvL. L .
appree'a'e it. We will trad : -= A 924 N.W.
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on this one.3Bedroom. t ; ,1 (9 ; '. A 611 S.W. W 60th Street

1 I hardwood .floors 1bath located with on i 0 m..... :; V 41st Street
well shaded lot. Small down- .
payment. FHA.Construction 'W 1 .
w N.W. : .
to start soon on ..
S V. A. 3-4-Bedrooms homesIn 1740 S.W. 8611 Drive '
N.E. Gainesville. Call now ,
and make all color selections.All 37th Place
these will tie brick veneer
We have 4 lots on 3fth Ave
100x27r. Pick a lot and house ". / 2304 N.W.
plan to suit yoo. i.1' : N.W. 46th Terrace

Now ender construction S- e313
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\ Bedroom. 2 baths with 1453 Terrace
Sq. Ft. floor area, double carport .
shaded 100x276* lot. Will .11 .
on
trade on this one.oaaue.. ', ). 3806 S.W. ....- .

:-1 3929 S.W. e 4th Place

t r, cmr u..m-s : _' ; :r 0 6th Place

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, For More Call Informarit-. .. I .'e"S t -.i t .. d, \ :s I' ..-- :, '" i' You ore invited by the Gainesville Board of Realtors to drive

.. ; i { .4 : \:'- ) J .by.and inspect any one of the above listed homes.
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a OFFICE 372-2527 PHONE r ':" ... 1 !\ ., _- _A '"IJ .. -' ., .. -- ____ }-

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r 35 Houses for Sal, 35 Houses For SaU 35 ear ea>,. ----. sstt.--.-.1e.------ aw N e.ea;
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ARMY Officer transferred must HIBISCUS PARK. J. J. Finley FOR SALE I .
sell 1 BR. 2 bam Fla. room School area 3 BR spacious house TION. 3 I ,, .
THE In
TIME IS N. W. Near
School.
NOW S1S.SOO. attic fan tots of storage quiet Rm..
Negotiate
I equity. Fit 23043. neighborhood. FR 2-0992. Owner I I
LITTLEWOOD AREA. 4 BR. 3 BY OWNER attractive 4 BR, 2 FR ..
bath. 2050 sq. n living area bath Air
lovely yard. cond.

Do'You Have A Room, Apartment from from central ldelll Westwood|-lttlr heat,'0od built-in Jr.Elem.High kit.2 School.blks.bit dub cent. Metcalfe membership heat dbl& vtiL Howard Walking mu,Bishop.swim distance I ) .,l (..,...,...:'; .

for 1g. .
family
end elderly Arsons Priced or family for SiM dwn. m mo. 2132 NE 11th : :'-i:1A0: ;
' Immed, Terr. Ph. 31(2349.
i Or House sale. 524,530. 3439 N.W. -
Rent? I < ,
to 13th Ave. 372-2193- v T\1 ;
1 BR CB city water lot 50x140-. i t ,
I TRI-LEVEL NOME 3 BR. 2 Bath paved street down payment $200 I
II I sep. dining. rm.. fireplace cen. and $45 monthly. Immediate occupancy Holly :
heat built In kit. equip.. screened Located near bus line ; I
REMEMBER-A rental COSTS patio ClbI.-car garage. WestwoodG.H.S and Stephen Foster School 1114 Attractive
vacancy area See at 2247 NW arm Ave. See It and phone Block
N.W; 16th Ave. 1-M4 376-7170. corner lot
YOU MORE than the ad that will rent after 4. GLADYS SMITHOPEN with Double '

it FREDARNOLD HOUSE kitchen and air I II I'It. '

< REALTOR WEEK SPECIALS signed for ,
house .
1. 10 S.W. 23rd DRIVE Stn A
Here's what your Vacancy COSTS YOU Lovely home complete In every .. .1
detail on 3 nicely landscaped Jots.

EVERY DAY until it is rented REALTOR 2700 iq. ft. of floor spactv surrounded Beautiful : l CLIP AND SAVE : ... -" ,

I 2. 924 N.W. 60th STREETTwo grounds :
story 4000 sq. ft. home in exclusive ground
: IF RENT IS: YOUR PRICE REDUCEDFour West Hills. Over an acre house has
i LOSS PER DAY IS: bedroom. 2 bath home being lot-house is complete with many and must
offered for sale for leu than extras includedGLADYS. dated. :
$40 per mo . $1.33 day the FHA appraised value situated Open
per
In N.W. location at 1804 N.W. S.W. 41st
.
$50 per m.o. . $1.66 per day with 38th refrigerator Terrace Comes laundry complete dryer AS I I CHALLENGEL
r and window air conditioning un;t. WE

$55 per mo. .>. $1.83 per day j Approxmately FHA! buyer.REALTOR .(450 down to quaiied 0FSTAj :

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$60 per mo. . $2.00 per day I WEEK SPECIAL "
Drive by 922 N.W. 34th Terrace and :
$65 per mo. .. . .$2.16 per day view this handsome 3 bedroom 2 I _
bam home. Truly an "aristocrat"of

$70 per mo. .: $2.33 per day built homes.in kitchen- comes CI complete itral heating with I'''

I $75'per mo. . $2.50 per day and terms air-condltlorlng'on request. Price and SMITH I,Ii '


j r $80 per mo . $2.66 per day Well NEAR constructed SHOPPING centrally CENfER'located REALTOR J.Col.Fred.J. W. i YOU TOCOMPARE : -
economical home with 3 bedroomsand 1221 W. University Avenue
' $.85 1 bath. With Homestead Exemption Phone 3715393 >
i per mo . $2.83 per day taxes are only $45,00 per a ,
year. Full price $12. 00 with $400 t
$90 per mo .. .,. $3.00 per day down and $78.00 per month to a '
qualified FHA purchaser. See -q ,

$95 per ..mo ... $3.16 per day BEST BUY I
j I Lovely 2 story residence with 3 bed-
$100 per mo. . $3.33 per day rooms. 2 baths family room, wood .
burning fireplace In living room

r and$17,000 dish with washer good terms.In the kitchen. I : !IYou
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CALL 372-8441.. TO PLACE. YOUR HOLLY FOREST I
Exceptionally fine home an quiet *
street situated at 4219 S.W. 7th J LOT SIZES'
SUN RENTAL Avenue amidst huge live oak *_ I
WANT ADS
shade trees.
May wt make an
appointment for you? / SQUARE ( ) II

value Hugh BUILDER BUILDER
ASS (ours ore I get more Edwards

SERVICE (ask I dollar for dollar in VILLAGE

35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sole 0ESTA i I GREEN 2 3

BY OWNER 2 aRe urge corner Plus Gainesville's Only I! a Hugh Edwards homo
SEE
BEAUTIFUL lot F.H.A.. reasonable conven
lent 3304 NW 3rd Street. t I I II
MALORE
GARDENSFOR You owe it to yourself to buy a

THISOUTSTANDING NEW 6 Pierson home. Before you buy,
HOMEWe furniture placement, look for I REAL PLASTER WALLS YES'NO NO .
3 bedroom. 2 bath homes. Near
school. VA. nothing down only you need in one of our 14 new
offer for your Inspection thus $100 Closing. FHA-minimum down home (27 families have Sound-absorbent. normally '
fine new home, located In beautiful owners
Milore Gardens lot 20, :3 Place.payment N.W. 6th St. and 37th ARNOLD one family has purchased three). I used in higher-priced homes.
miles south of Campus on Ocala
''h Hlway. REALTY COMPANY
r REASONABLE 3 br. Fla. rm.DOWN large PAYMENT fenced yard Multiple Listing Member VISIT OUR I
1219 W. Univ. Ave.
In beautiful Idylwlld.. Priced at 3723522 TERRAZZO FLOORS :
Situated on large wooded lot. Associates* Peter Sleg :
514.000.DAN
constructed of Ocala limestone Jane Caldwell F. W. Hodge THE PMCQTPDCICI n.
block, :3 BR & den kit.. laundry Jim Sheppard Charlie Mayo' I sy-to-care-for. YES NO YES
permanent
space entrance porch and foyer Bob Kalkman Jimmy Greener
BYRD Drive North Main
large LR with fireplace sep. on color no furniture
dining mvfamlly combination NE 12th St. and
rm to turn
ASSOCIATES. INC. indentations
large double carport with Jack DeYot OPEN I
generous storage facilities. AssociatesE. Orkpatnck a- Pierson offers
PLUS FEATURES E. HollowlY Christine Stone
1. Near the new Gainesville Walter Stoddard HOUSE features which they feel are of FRONTS
Country Club 115 NW. 13th Street 3722511 I in Highland Court Manor. A ALL BRICK YES NO NO
2. Designed by local architect Call night or day III
3. Near new elementary I school TODAYYou '. Wolmanized pressure-treated
4. Only a few minutes to Med. SO GOODFor and I Lasting beauty, greater
Center and downtown are cordially invited to plates to insure you a resole value.
5. Loveliest lots In town the family who needs ROOM Inspect this lovely :3 bedroom
are located Del War natural finish i
beauty and convenience. Over 2/-
In Mal? e Gardens 2 bath house located In beautIful -
900 sq. ft. living area. You'II be Your choice of
Call today for InformationFR Idylwlld. Special features gas or
thrilled to
see the gorgeous panel
J442S or FR 21336WOODROW ling open beam ceiling & H.W. Include a Florida room. central line. Sodded Front Lawns YES NO NO
heating and air conditioning Fully
SEAYBUILDER floors. Built in elec. kit. separate
Copper water lines for a
DR. built In oven and range dishwasher -
huge LR. Family room
& Florida room. Air conditioned. double carport and a Moen DioUCet shower and I Keeps sand out of your
Exceptional at $17,700. Exc. terms. large screened porch overlooking
to liking and turn off
SEE NOW. a well landscaped shadedlot. your new home. gives you nearly
J. W. ONLY $23000.. SEE THIS Courteous cooperative
CREEKSIDEThe I two years head-start. Saves
EXCEPTIONAL LISTING TODAY -
home.
happy in your new
KIR'KPATRICKDELIGHTFUL first look will sell you on this FROM 2:00 to 5:00 at money.
like new 3-2 CB home on beautiful 1740 SW 37th Place.
contemporary home creekslde lot 110x290. Huge
sheltered' by large live eks Two Family room with fireplace. Separate JOHNMERRILL I'k .
or three bedrooms two baths all DR. Dream Kit. Double garage I .
SI DEW A KS ; .
the features you evoct plusmany I Prettiest HW floors. 2500 sq t ,
YES PNO
more. A delight to live ft. overall. Priced at $22.950 SE E NO 1I
In and so easy to ken So tT.JUST NCM : Safety for your children. No
BEAUTIFUL easy to buy.traditional too. at residence.ttt 5'JO.OQ. SEEfor REALTOR I future assessments. _

Space design, quality and custom yourself the value In this 3-2 FISTING
details throughout. Lovely laces Ocala blk. home at 607 NW 19th MULTIPLE
lot. More expensive than the Ave. So Convenient Nice shaded Associates: Morcella Pardi
average price range but you corner lot. Unique floor plan. Fla. W. H. Buckhonnon Sales Office-NE 23rd COMMUNITY YES
YES NO
will agree this house Is more room. Pretty elec. kit Much more ,
Men worth It. for only $17,S(*, ET. terms t FR 2-1491 SWIM CLUB
TWO ACRES In the woods with the
most In contemoorary stvll!!,,; "A- UNIVERSITYREAL
framing* overlooks a creek five Swimming and summer
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bedrooms handsome flrenlace.
modern: kitchen Not etilte ro-n- TY ; I recreation with your
pleted and a steM at SI4,$no.00. BUTLER BROS.
Substantial cash payment reouired 1115 N. Main St. Ph. 372-4351 neighbors.
W. M Munroe, Realtor
FOR SIS.JSO.OO FHA evaluation you Assoc: S. E.McLaughlln Roy Mc-
can buy a four bedroom two bath Cann. Frank Roby T. C. Douglas
house In the Llttlewood area. Spa- Jr. GAS LAMP POSTS
Claus living room and separate YES NO NO
dining room parquet. Appoint- MOVE 'NORT
ment only. OPEN Adds distinction to your home
SEVERAL lovely take homes for.
Gives added
sale These are year round residences you burglar .

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PRICED TO SELL CLOSET DOORS
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KIRKPATRICK Walter I Double shelved for 1000' 01 ; "
Realtor Stubbs OPEN HOUSE FROM 9 A.M.
more storage space.
31 N. Main St. Phone FR 2-S404
Member Multiple Listing Inc. 'til DARK DAILY ; I '-
ASSOCIATES: .. :
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Ftoye Mattilasen Irene BunnellA.
W. Reece. Capt. USN. Ret I' TRUSS ROOFS YES NO YES
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8C'Gainesville. Sun Sunday,. May 31, 1964CLASSIFICATION
_- -nww- ---- 46 Unfuriwheo' Apt 52 lurd.P WantedROOM I 66 Misc .For Sale. I Motorcycles & Scooters f| i I 15 AUTOMOBILES for SALI I

45 Furnished Apts.TWO Printed Pattern

and Board for girls. Private FOR lightweight French I Arcury Monterey. 49S9 4-door se
SLE.
INDEX NICE apartment close In, prhr. bath. Washing Machine. Phone NOT DIVORCEDI mot good mileage Ideal dan. Air citi radio let
bedroom furnished apt. bath shower and entrance utlls. FR 63 have a brand new 1764 mel with restricted drivers er, white sid Excpti

near Univ. 4> Atachua General and antenna furnished, also efficiency -- Z>9 Zag Auomati Sewing Ma license. Two slightly used 1942 ally c.a ReaSb.Fi 2.U1.

..._..r&Ikrrt f LIrDrWAWnt....._.. ... .. Hospital. Ph. FR 4-7955, Gainesville apt. Ideal for workinggirl. 54 Business Rcntab chine ds everin. We Models. $U Two 1.6 M 1224 Unv. .
ei
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*NNUUNJ 531 SE 2nd Place. FR 2582.. would like
or write R. T. Stroud. P. a ; s up els. S wes t MERCURY 1954. Black and White

1 Ia MemorU Tk&ak 41 Wanted &. Bar Box 345 St. Augustine. AIR CONDITIONED yment o 175 per month. after 6 weekdays V-8, P.SP.B.. heat
.1 ril
S Card LARGE 2 BR ground floor price 115 W. Univ. AT.
apt.
.. S2 Machinery .* T...* NEARLY new modern office or s er. 374-0043. good
S Le tt A F* 4 Stove. refrig & Venetian blinds Ave. 174-1075. Ph. V.r
rerseBalteet Serrleei n building Materials EAST SIDE location at 3 West Univ. Ave. 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS .
4 ... .. furnished. lOll SW 8th. Ave. $75 Ph. FR "
44 li** G4 Wea
2.
S Travel Infermatlom ti GARDENAPARTMENTS per ma. Call 376-2441 or 4-2930. 1113 N. Rel. SOLID Maple spindle dbl. bed painting Automotive DLDS 1954 like new. $375. 1958
esM auto
bU. SPECIAL
S SpceUl Notices ask for Mr. Haynes. with nearly new mattress & dbl 1.9. 2 dr., M. $300. Phone
7 FUrUtaBa Misc. Far Sal GARAGE space tar rent. 413 S.W. dresser with mirror. $50. 2502 repairs tp
S '? Sltteri ODd On 11 Trailer P* U DESIRABLE well located 2 BR 2nd $t. call Jo Merrill. Real NE 11th St. V.1 Miller 8. Sons 7 N.W. 3765 or 372-3126
To Ge AndThlngi .8 Article Waste duplex apt. with utility appliances tor. FR P Phone 372-0088. OLDS. 6. full power good
p Places 2-1" 5
I' FmJ 00 W4 $57 per month up furnished. AvaiL June,12th. Rental tires $295.
T SeeAUTOMOTIVE Tune up coiti
It B ate Maria Eslp. Gainesville's Finest $85 monthly. yearly basis. No 1000 ft. warehouse sp or busi 70 Boats-Marine Equip. AIRCONOITIONING for Will take trade. Cil .
the 200 S.W. 5th : Special perforaneetet.
71Camy.BBat.Flak7Z children pets or studeVs. 815fJW n I blok : $ .
Office ZmJpBet Furnished or unfurnished 13th St. Phone FR 4-5323 St. $ per mo. Call 626.41or All and models.Hawes VALIANT 1943. clean. WW tires.
:
Salts-Reatala 1 and 2 bedroom 4-2930 Mr. Haynes or call Powers Motor Co.. Air Small equity or
71 Airplane 7* Maakal Merckaadia Lovely apart or FR 4-4833. 25 Criscraft cabin cruiser hull automatic V.2
77 MebDa Hemea f.f Sato ment. :309 NE 9th St. Phone 374- Mr. Mi ". No. C-10-042 with Cris Conditioning Servicing Center. older car payments.Call .
power Is
tt Tracks far Sal 408. NEW 1 BR duplex apt. for rent craft KL-105 first class 204 N. Main st. Phone FR 2- FR a after :30 or FR
APPROX. 4,000 ft. ACL engine
at $75 2 BR apt. at $85 on I
per mOo s 7541 ask for
7* Tracks Wante Price Boat dock 4-3142 in afternoon and
2 Bedroom furnished garage apartment sidmg. space at rear
KeoUls REAL ESTATE FOR SALE with kitchen equipped. John Mer- rai conii S
*Track
50 Tractors I Clay Suwan- Bob both places.
.
Located 213 N.W 2nd Ave rill. Realtor FR 2-1494. on paved street. 534 SW 2nd ,
$2 Trailer Rentals nee River near Camp Azalea 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE -
53 Lta tar Sal nue. Can be seen after 5 p.m. Ave. Can 374-7511. Mr. String- :
8S Metarerelea 8ce.tcn FR 4-3593. Newly painted extra nice 2 Bedroom fellow e test cruise by arrangement. Call
Aatemebile Bepaira' 24 Watrfrnt ,Property 16 x 12' Master bedroom. I s Archer 495-2121 during day or CHEVROLET '58 Station wag. DODGEDARTDODGETRUCKS

U A.Um.blle$ far Sal 8* Bmse Per Sal 1 BR. air-conditioned upstairs Duplex apartment. Quiet neighborhood 56 Business Opportunities t- ,, 495-2402 at night. Ii Brookwood Model auto., ,
M Sway CarsEDUCATINAL M Cetlafes: Far Sal apartment. $75. AMy 511 NW. with plenty of trees. I- new tires extra clean low
17 Heal Estate ExehaacedSS 30th Ave. Call FR 4-1897 or 2-4656 ask for cii. Boat Trailers RefinIshed.Sandblastedprimed.palnted.. age. Price $795. FR 4-0523. mlI
Beat Estate Waited REMNANTS._ Ib. goods off priced -q .
II Oat *f 'lawn Property 1 BR furnished duplex with porch, Mr. Home. fabrics from choicest Expert CORVAIR Monza Conveib. 42.4speed I POOLE-GABLE
Arica
Realistic
II Sekoela ,tncu.. 4t BviUcis water furnished. Call FR 4-5112 mills carton or to Wok pie floor shif. whitewalls
rrepcrtles
It Music Daaelnf.Zt 41 Kesldeatlal ...... or FR 2-7619. 47 Houses for Rent Furn. Fabis.b 406 Broadway StaL. -: r : Cal 3-313 23,000 mie $1750. Will : 119 SE First Ave..

Wanted Iaitrmetl 45 Farms .* Acreage FOR RENT one bedroom furnished Yor ie ft. aluminum fishing boat with take trade. 372-4343

41 Colored Property Rentals apartment near Univ. & Alachua EXCELLENT downtown I r TV* h.p. motor and one man CORVAIR Monza equipped -
EMPLOYMENT 43-1 Cal.rad Property Sales General Hospital. $45 month. 2 BEDROOM duprex at 2016 S.E. Service Station open Sina doing cartop loader carrier. Call 372- with radio 6, white side
17 W.rk Wanted Mai Available June 15th 102 NW 7th 2nd Place. Corner 21st St. House business will an responsible wall tires. 8,000 actual miles.

U Werk irate Female :RENTALS I I St. Phone 374-7955. open. Call FR 4-4230. party with adequate ,72.S boat 4. all In Assume payments small equi

14 Sales Help Wanted 1 BR furnished apt. $55 2 BR furnished house no pets. capital. Sinclair Refining Co. outboard equip ty. Will consider o car for

U Help-Mai* *r Fcnal 44 Cottages: Fr BeatlOFvnUked ,2 BR furnished apt. S60 per per 'ma.mo. $70 per mo. 3037 SW Archer _Phone FR 6 or 2-4512. Cash. Can find me at home R.L S. equit. Call 31'1 MELTON
U Rate Help VTaat4 ,. Rd. FR 25433. c Burton, *-S weekdays.
Apt at m. NE 3nI Av. call 37..1963after 12 LANE BOWLING ALLEY W. 10 SE 2nd Ave Tu. ex. 3
Dramatic 44 TJifmraUbcd Apta. I 5:00. SMALL 2 BR furnished house no Univ. Ave. for leas*. O Thurs., & Sat. afternoon. DODGE 57 Royal. 4 dr.. AT. ,

U Penal Help Wanted 47 Haaiee.fr Kent.. Faru. I I AVAII lunc U Alr.r...... .?>:? pets. FR 2-0204. ty fo the right man Op I. boat trailer. Excellent Coiti PS air-cond. $395. Joe Boone, |I
45 Reuses fr Beat Uafara. -- the bowling alley business with a S40. See at 1720 S.E. 4-7447. I t tFORD MOTORSDouble
No children, no ;t-:6i: : 6'6th Te.rac. H
.th
FARMS LIVESTOCK .8 *_._ rr Beat NE 2 BR furnished house $100 per amount of'capital. Call FR FR
St. month NW 39th Ave. Phone 372- sal 61. 43 F-500 S-coupe. Air''
2* *trm Eevipment 50 Betel Kms or FR Ask for Mr. Whole I
27 Feed Fertilizer 51 MU*. BeaUla81A NICE efficiency furnished apt. In 1506 for appt. 62'-1 .293 I. Pan American fiberglass bt. cond, B-seats. Bill New tires. FR
2S LlTeiUck .Jk BippHea Waited T* Beat convenient .HP Mercury. & trailer. sale for 51"5 A.r
location close to &
I shopping 3 BR $75 per mo. 5 rm. $30. and wife free live 1. Checked
2 1 Laadseapmr Top SUM SI Boarder Waited center. ideal for couple, water Go Archer Rd. to Tobacco Barn. MN tea t Camping trailer. 9 x ". Fully 6
Pets Supplies U Offle Desk Spa* furnished. Available now $60 turn left over RR tracks go to ot of town and operate a sallSundry equipp. Sleeps 5. GR 52 FORD 1955 4 dr. rdI heater

51 LlTt Uec WantedFINANCIAL 54 Business BcataJ _per month. Call FR 6-3070. 1st rd., turn left go M mile. and rental business. Phone 12' Plyboard with car top carrier, auto. $475 price wi vary. Cashor
W. Hunt. FR .312. jAF like new. $42. Call terms. Phone 3H616 427 SE Used Cars
AVAILABLE June 1st. Comfortableand 1 3767s 4th Ter.FORD .
SERVICE convenient efficiency apartment SMALL 2 bedroom block house near 61 Wanted to Buy 14' PLYWOOD RUNABOUT. 25 HP
M B....... Opp.rtnZUe Z3 Special Services for 2 people. Also delightful Campus. Adults only. Call FR 44539. : Evmrude, aid trailer ready gel station wagon 1954 good

87 Mraev t* Lea 23 Bam Improvcmenta ,suite of rooms for 2 quiet males. for your used furniture refrkerator J S275 cash. GR t running condition good tires r.
M Mortgages 21 Ladle TV Service 'Across CSt 525 dio & leater. standard shift. Price '63 BUICK
from campus at 321 S. stoves TVs cloth-
house.
CCB
fit M.ney Wanted ts Appliance Fanttmre 2 BEDROOM. furnished NEW Fishing Boats painted and $195. .
.1.24.
W. 13th St.BEDROOM. Rent $45 per month. Available 2-337. Wllm's ready to Anniversary Electra. 4 door sedan beige
8
go
n11ynnnwtuiniuw1Lfi1E=1tffim 1 garage apartment, June I4tn Ate.September 1st. 444 I Service Center Rol 15 day 1st to 15th. FORD '61. 2-dr.. 4 cylinder walls stan. with vinyl Interior power win
furnished. For rent at 309 S.E. NW 28th FR 22304. Wanted HOUSE TRAILER fro 10 ft. 2495. 12 ft. 3995. a yearspost trans. R & H. wit. excellent power power
__ _. Will take ds. seU
35 Houses for Sot 42 Forms & Acreage 9th St. $50 month. FR 6-2641 or FOR RENT Furnished modern 3 prL party..10 2 or 3 BR. -.--- I" ". i trade. coiti s5. factory
4-2930 Mr. Haynes. Bedroom, CCB with TV washer older than '59. Write Box .A fly .L1rMNeffr4 office, 5 blks. F'a k k; 6.JEEP

15 ACRES ON Archer Road. In- I 1 BR, 1224W N.W.
REQUIRED. cludes 2 CCB buildings. and 200' $55. Works highway 41. Box Ware hubs power win t.t
NO DOWN PAYMENT I 1 BR, 419 NW. 2nd Ave. 2 Bedroom house on Lake Wau- .. tires
3 BR I Bath CCB home built 4" well with water system. Phone EFF., 419 N.W. 2nd Ave., 45. burg. Newly decorated $125. 62 Machinery t Tools Four-way Sew a shapely 221 Orange er. mu gripp bar Exceptional
1961. screened porch. fenced yard. FR 2-2649 after S or weekends I 1 BR, 3505 NW. 17th st.. S6$. Phone 466-3130 Micanopy. basic to maalc or with th 1. Pan Arian Boat fiberglass rims, ful top. tow Call FR '63 BUICK
lovely trees. paved street. Payments 2 BR lOlOVi W. Univ. Ave. $75. FOR sale small Caterpillar bulldozer excItIng flying panel capelet 40 HP trailer. Florida .citl 2.23
S7S per me. U11 N.W. 43 Colored Property McKINNEY-GREEN INC 317 NW 2nd St. 3 BR if desired, 6' blade, in good condi choose smart versfons with fronj Camping Trailer fully eipp. after Special V-8- automatic transmission
55th Ter. 376-5770. I Realtors FR 2-3617 living room & dining room. Avail tion. Reasonable. Call 442-1780 any- tie. tab-trimmed details. Route 1. Keystone air conditioned

HOMES f-OR SALE now. Call 6-6512. Shown anytime. time. Printed Pattern 9348: Misses 441 GR 5-253S.
3 BR. Fla. Rm. Carol Estates ON 301 in Waldo furnished cottage $2495
near schools. Pay low equity 2 & :3 Bedrooms SE 14th St. & I ; kitchen bedroom and bath. I BR house $65. Apply 518 Sizes 10, 12, 14 li, 18, 20. YardagesIn GAINESVILLE
SE 7th Ave. Some no down pay. 64 Household pattern.FIFTY 73 Musical Merchandise
& assume VA loan with $7794 $1* week includes utilities etc. GoT
mo. payments. Ph. 374-053. ment. Some small down pay 468-1184. NW 30th Ave. CENT In coins for this AUTO SALES
ment. Monthly payment $57 to cents for each '
T- APPLIANCES pattern ORGAN SALEOf 63 V'WAGENair
1007 N. Main St.
$65. Also homes built on your 1 BEDROOM furnished apartment. 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. Tested and Guaranteed pattern for first-class mailing and Christmas Left All
lot. for no down payment. Completely private close in. 42 Refrigerators from up special handling Send to Marian oves. Phone FR 2.6313 conditioned vinyl clean
38 Real Estate Wanted to
Savings 30
new up
Call TOMMY RIDGELL Large shady yard. $40 Month. S Gainesville Sun. Pattern oras.
9 Ranges from
Builder Phone FR 2-4125 S up Marti per ', Co. Northcentral $1695
Phone 448-1595 Waldo. ct. Pian FII'
FORDYCE RENTALS: 17 Washr from $9 up .. 232 West 18th St. New 702 W. Univ. .
Lorgest
TEACHER wants to buy > or 4 for Rent APARTMENT at 2010 N.W. 3rd Call our agency to find the e from S up York 11. N.Y. Print plainly NAME.ADDRESS 3.2
44
bedroom country horn with Cottages Place. $50. Phone FR 2-8624. house you wish. Many listed. 2 Food-Freezers from S up with ZONE SIZE and WURLITZER Inpnt Dealer
2 from $ STYLE NUMBER. America's No. 1 piano and '
Also apartments Dishwash.r up 62 PONTAC
In nice
acreage or home older URNISHEO: 1 BR cottage, all ATTENTION POSTAL furnishe 10 from $35 up YOUR FREE PATTERN IS organs are at Earl's Piano Co.
section of town. Send details to electric tile shower good ventilation EMPLOYEES FORDYCEASIATES JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. READY choose It from ISO do Gainesville' evcluslve Wurlit 9 passenger station wagon. full

box2.M, Gainesville Sun. located on Santa Fe 419 NW Sth Ave.Ph. sign ideas in new set Dealer 702 W. UniversityAve. power air conditio new
Lake..Phon* FR 25451 or FR 2- Furnished & unfurnished apartments INc :02-5 SUMMER Pattern Catalog SPRING| Phone 372.7772. ,
and houses. S.E. 6th St. f2i REPOSSESSEDHELP ties 1. .iles
40 Business Properties "" area Phone FR 2-U25. 376-12 Dresses, spswear. coats. morel PRACTICE PIANO SALE E.O.M.SALE $2595
HOUSE on Little Lake Santa Ft NFURNISHED 2 bedroom house. Send
5 n. Upright pianos, some as is. some
private beach dock. boat. $40 2 BEDROOM. 5 room apartment $70 Unfurnished 2 bed

IF you want a bargain In a good weekly. Call FR 4-4943. N.W. 7th Ter. Seen by appoint ro mth., $60 month. Furnis SAVE MY CREDIT factory rebuilt priced fro $2.
66 Misc Sate. and Gridley Music .
.For
ment. $75 Month. Phone FR 4- up. '
.
grocery store all colored trade, duplex apt $90 I've been transferred out of town. Gainesville Shopping Center. FR 60 BUICK
I BEDROOM NO
call me. You must have collateral TRAILER 3825. 67" credit dept. says responsible

4 good credit. Ph. FR 4- PETS. FR 25633.ONE NICE clean apartment 1632 N.W. FOR RENT OR SALE 3 Bedroom. can take over pmts on my par YOU MAY BE NEGLECTING 2-5 '62 FORD 4 door sean power steering,
7231 days FR 2-0641 nights. & now in storage. Group YOUR HEARING. Our Free Examination KOHLER CAMPBELL spinet piano power factory air conditioning -
15th Terrace West Apartment. 2 bath central heat, built in Ipplianc
bedroom turn cottage twin Sunliner V-8 Cruisemalic
will give you an accurate with bench S375. Call FR 2- covrtibl. -
FR 2.1627.SEMIDUPLEX. nylon covered sofa bed
beds water furnished no pets S6$ stove. Call 485-3811 after 3pm. csists
Radio
42 Farms & Acreag. also matching chair. 2 end tables & Reprt. Visit Gainesville 4478 trasmisi.
.
S W FR 2
3037 Archer Rd 5433
3 rooms. very at- 3 BR 1 Bath complete kltch n, matching cocktail table with mar- Hearing Co any today. 42C I net heater tirs. power $1395
tractive. private entrance and near schools and shopping cen- proof tops. Bedroom suite dresser N. Main St. Phone FR 6-0095 WURLITZER Mahogany s p steering. power brakes _-
45 Furnished bath. lights and hot water furn.. ters. For Information Manaro's piano. Queen Anne style, $450.
Apts. ; er. Like new.
with
BEAUTIFUL rolling 2 to 5 acre tilting mirror o chest, AIR CONDITIONER 9000 BTU $95. NE 20th Ave.
estates. Choice of wooded ,or newly remodeled and redecorated. Restaurant. FR 2-40. full size bookcase bed. dinette set ialouste & thermopane windows; 9 $1995 '60 RAMBLERClassic
814 N.E. 11th Ave.,
permanent pasture. 7 miles westof NiCELY furnished convenient $75 per mo. 3-4 Br., LR, with foam padded chairs, family HI-FI odds & ends. UPRIGHT piano good citi
downtown $75. Also Ph. 2-2191. after 5:30 P.M. or all AVAIL Immeiately. size cpts. $95 Call Must sll '60 VOLKSWAGEN wagon, radio heater,,
Gainesville. $600 per acre- area. garage Near Par. Norse refrigerator with full Private sell. FR 4.1G
be the first to make your Choicel apt. air conditioned. S9D. Adults day Saturday and Sunday. spping. schools. $100. 1203 size freezer & crisper shelves' o 3041. one. 2 medlately' ___ Convertible. Very good condi automatic transmission

Call or see United Farm only. no pets. Inquire Lillian's ONE bedroom furnished duplexfor Te.,FR 6263 door, deluxe range is also Included. tion. Was $1095.
Agency 3722954. Music Store.FURNISHED rent. 60S N.W. 24th Ave. This group originally sold for $ ". THE best cost less. Heat three Automotive $895 $995
TWO bedroom house for rent.
Now times the water electric
$40 per mo. Ph. 2-0337. only your heat
MUST SELL new CCB, 2 BR homeIn Apartment tor rent Apply Frank Dicker. Orange er heats. Call Fullgas Y '60 METROPOLITANConvertible
LaCrosse with 3 acres. Price with living Rm.. bedroom tile 2 Furnished one bedroom garage Lake Marin Wors. P. O. $263No Phllgas Distributor, : 77 Mobile Homes for Sale ,
radio, heater. '
bath alr-cond. 1, 2 bedroom .. f765 FORD
reduced S8500. Good terms. Call apts. Couples or 1 single Girl. Box 21. Orange 59
Apt. FR 29569.FURNISHED BEAUTIFUL G. E. Electric stove White wall tires. Brand new
2-0204.
FR
Steve Kesterson at FR 4- No pets.
owner. 5 Room house In Waldo Living money down take over pay radio,
$110; baby carriage. oak Good rubber. Galaxle 4 door sedan.
6461 anytime. Apt. for rent $.55 per 2 BR apt. upstairs $50 per mOoWater room, dining room, 2 BR, Kit- ments $25 wfc ask for furniture buffet oak hat I.S strip FEDERAL QUALITY HOME top heater. automatic transmission,
INVESTOR'S SPECIAL mo. Water turn. Call FR 21823 furnished. 559 NE 6th Chen & large screened porch. In at $35 S rac 4 NW 13th St. S $545 clean .

240 acres of beautiful roiling or FR 23774.* Ave. May be seen after i P.M. Also large lawn. Suitable for NATIONALFURNITURE P. complete and dresser. Gainesville 3725113 '59 FORD
Call 2-8890. children. $50. Phone 4-4512. 51, b 8. to 8. Sunday II t 7 .... .. .. S795
with 420 ft. FR
land. frontage on i NE-1 BR turn apt, with private WAREHOUSE hl.h .al. fU our is a must with us. .r.I.I.aa..-." 54'-.. ,...lr." .1.., T -
Lake Santa fe. 900 ft. canal. ent. Also a 2 BR apt with air NICE apt. close In, private entrance :I BR hs at 1311 NE 14th Terr. tanks; and other odds and ends. good tires. Clean.
Ideal location for retirement estate conditioner. Walking dist. to bath & shower. All utilIties rfrigerator. $115 per 32 daily Beach,- Bld.. .,.FL 9.21 Treasure Chest Fairbnks. 1 ml. $595

S30.000, development United Farm or investment.Agency town. Call FR 2-5514 2nd Place.& antenna 3722582.turn. 531 SE mo. Ph. FR 6-2.72 Weseman Jax. Fla. Delivery assured- 12-any North of Airport. 376-11 '56 FORD '62 CORVAIR, .

FR 22954.BEAUTIFUL. CLEAN 4 room apartment. Close where. REFINISHED oak slant-front desk 'WYATTrailer Monza 2 door 4 speed radio.
to shopping. 409 N.E. 6th St. CLEAN living room just refurnished 1110 NW 40th Ave. 3 BR. CCB oak dresser and wash stand Country Estate 31 Phone FR 21391. $45 per month. newly painted. 1 BR apt. home, separate dining rm. carport FREEZER CHEST TYPE. Guar. large empire mahogany buffet mltc radio, heater re hester
acres-fields woods on Levy Like at 1204 NW 23rd Blvd. $75 per front porch. Near St Inted. deliver.I $57 50. sectional sofa bo drop lea l-owntr. Like con $1695
old air-cond. 3.000 NICE 1 BR furnished apt. Private p Refrigerator service In your
SW year sq. mo. Immed. occupancy. Phone Foster. $80 per mo. table and Antique Home of
Ft.. 2Wbatt! home, storage bldg. bath & entrance. Hot A cold 4-2472. Weseman Realty. home. No service charge on re Bnc-A Brae, Lamp. Pacemaker Mobile dio.S645
summer house carport. 11 milesS. water furnished. $50 per mo. CLEAN quiet. 3 BR, 1 bath home pairs. Wanted refrigerators and hold Items.-Nearly-Nu hou Shasta and Home

of Univ. of Fla.. Off 441 & Phone 9704 or 21995. TWO BEDROOM DUPLEX 1917 near .Ie IChl. $100 per mo. freezers needing repair. FR 2.1330. Shop. 314 N.w. am Avenue. FR Travel TrailersOcata's AirtreA '60 FORD '57 BUICK
Avenue. $52 month. 515 N. Phone 2-8989.
NW 36th
75. Owner 444-3437. UTILITIES FURNISHED close in, per COUCH 2 Tokl chairs. oak table. 4-4892. First Mobile Ho.Dele H Ton pick
heater,
ACREAGE 2 rooms. private bath. off-street FR 24224LARGE FRAME house livi and dining Frigidaire refrigerator and wash FRIGIDAIRE refrigerator, 11.5 cu. Since up.sa9S CDvrfible. radio a\to
parking no pets. 15 SW 2nd PI. furnished 1 BR apt.. quiet rooms. bedrooms. er. Call 3725428. ft. with 40 lb. freezer. Good con 12 Springs Blvd mile power
location. water free. Garage NW sleeping porch 8 bath. Large Phone 429-1358 55 FORD Steering, br.ke
>
p"e
rent dition. Phone
good for 374-2747.
(0 Acres near Gainesville FURNISHED apartment FOR SALE Zenith 21" TV 1 yr.
section. No pets. Call 374-7925. Near bus lines. Phone Ocala, Fla.SPECIA .
yard. 3/4 ton. Flat pick
land for two. male only. air-condi old; ping pong table $10; dresser FOR SALE about V tender b "p I $595
tioning central heating. utll. FOR RENT 2 BR turn. apt. Water .582. couch hide-away bed garden green bean patch. Ph.acre WEEK $595

95 Acres. Colonial home. 2 lakeson furnished. Phone 2(433 or "4171 furn. $50 per moo 203 SE 9th 2 BRan bath, living rm. & din. tips*. Ph. FR 4-5770 W. H. Maxwell, Hampton 448-1487 Fla. 10" mobile hoe, '
prop borders on another withIn St. Inquire at 211 SE flit St. 57 FORD
kitchenat Mile
TWO Bedroom Trailer. $tOt one rm. combined. Large large lot. $2895. 1 o .
25 ml Gainesville. $30,000 good bedroom $48. On S acres. Adults Phone 3720640. 819 SE SIts Ave. Is unlocked 65 AntiqueANNOUNCEMENT BEAUTIFUL BARGAINS Payne Pralne. For appointment Vi ton Fleet side. 4-speed trans 56 BUICK-

terms. Call only. Sorry no pets. 4611 N.W. ONE bedroom duplex, ground floor Ph. 6-6703. Inquire at 1025 NE Walnut period dining table $45; call FR 4-3052. mission. 2 door hardtop
3 high back oak chairs with
4th St. Call 2963t Clean. private large living room. 3rd Ave ; To our dealer $595
MOELLER. REALTOR cane seats, $10 ea; oak WEBUY $295-
MARY
water furn. $14 wk.. $66 mOo RENTALS friends and customers In this ron
1019 W. University FR 6-4471 2 BR upstairs furnished apt. large 417 SE 4th St. lamp table $10; floor SPECIAL
rooms screened porch clean Apply area thank you for your patronage lam $3. A beautiful Duncan USED MOBILE HOMESTop CHEVROLET

Fordyce Acreage freshly painted sprayed monthly! NICE and clean. 2 bedroom duplex Many homes furnished and unfur. and encouragement! We Phyfe sofa perfect conditi$190: dollar paid phone 376. 2-ton, 2.speed axiecabin chassis.
for pests. Water furnished. $.51 apartment. Close to shopping center nishe Furnished Lake house. find that our space is Inadequatefor bal & clawfeet table
per mo. Phone FR 65881YOUNG churches and bus line. No future ns. so this Is to new French Provincial overstuffed WE have Installed sewer system Special $395
40 acre tract beautifully wooded. I pets or small children. $90 mo. Cal advise you we plan to closeout chair $70; French & have made additional new large
of town only $165.00 an COUPLE or aged couple n spaces which are available now
southwest
FR 62121NICE start Provincial .
over within lamp $20
REALTOR a ; mahogany
acre. A beautiful ranch. with magnificent preferred but no children or MARY MOELLER. In at Shady Nook Trailer Ct. 3101 Good Transportation Cars
pastures water tobacco pest Upstairs apt. Available now 1 bedroom air conditioned 1019 W. University FR .7 your purchase weeks. The Please pick up floor lamp lamp.table.15; wicker$7; gooseneck bed. SW 34th St. 374-7559. To Choose From. MELTONMOTORS
duplex. 1009 N.W. 31st Ave. $85 CONSiGN
and allotments and timber Call 44512.REDWOOD .
peanut plus utilities. 376-5259. 3 BR. 1 bath carport large yard. ED merchandise will room chair $3.50; Cosco tea FOR SALE newly redecorated 2 BR
at SI 45.00 an acre. a real APTS. 4401 S.W. 13th paved street, N.E. sti near directly. Storage space handle cart. $2; cypress knee lamp trailer & cabana. Owne r NO DOWN PAYMENT

buy on today's market. St. New air conditioned 1 BR SMALL apartment. Private bath. school. Stove & leater furnish. major problem, w* Invite offer $1.50; hi-fi (includes turntable state S.sll immed
-
MedIcal laving
to
Investment close
acreage apts. water furn. $90 per mo phone. hot and cold water. Clean. $90 per mo. 74. our larger pieces furni walnut cabinet speaker, .mpli Archer Rd. Trailer Village
In southwest. 20 acre
Center Adults. $40 month. FR 4-5289 217 o o tier) $110
Call FR 6- C27 or 2-4723. lot 16. J. Chaftec.
parcel approximately 660 x 1320 N.E. 2nd Ave. FOR rent or sale 3 BR 2 bat .lre. such the Mahogany 3420 Ph 37.36 dro RaulersonMotors

for tt,500. Beautiful rolling hill. CLEAN 2 BR upstairs apartment Ig. living room separate the hand-carved rose b Plae. 33 x 10'. 1960 Shamrock

over too acres. perfect for horses near Campus $90 per mo 46 Unfurnished Aprs. room. Ig. kitchen lots of cabinets wo conference table the elabo PAIR brass table lamps, sa; Pair $1500. FR 28598.NOW 703
and cattle. $37500 an acre. Also Phone 23329. ref. & stove patio utility rm. Mahogany hall bench with bas cndlestics. $2; 45 record Cal

other listings available from plenty closets, hardwood floors marble seat and tall mirror. mins nedle. $4> desk SHOWING 1611
water furnished. d kitchen th
furnished apt. TWO bedroom u pi ex
$75.00 on up. 1 BR. 4131 NW 12th Ter. $40 per equipped. $85 per month. cent. heat. Ig. lot Ig. oak trees Sheraton. 3-tiered-mantle-piec fie $2 portable file $5; 35copper 1944 MOBILE HOME HAWTHORNEROAD
fenced back In nice quietneihbro. mirror the Turkish tray $40; Spert 2 and 3 Floor N. MAIN
mo. Call 374-2441 or 374-2930 ask See at 4144 NW 6th St. yard. spacis. solid early bedros. al
Close to shl and buffet tables. sunlamp SlOt Oriental clois Plans Terms tailored meet
FORDYCEAssociates for Mr. Haynes. TWO bedroom apt. available Immediately now. beds. chairs including CMstS soing set, $20, Child desk your budget. Drive a litl. and 372-5285
512 a perfec
furnish- lower level of duplex fish dishes, $25; Two lot at
1 aEDROOM. completely ; Sacrifice moved to La. handsome 1 st save a
Inc. ed. upstairs or downstairs. near ; stove and refrig.. situated S2SOO down, bal. 4V* pet. See B. Iy Dowry chest copper chafing dishes. $12 ea' CONNOLLYMobile Home of At Used Cars FR 6-7571 I
924 W. Univ. 374-1234 shopping center. See at 612 N.W. about 3 blks. off campus. 1105 F. Christie, 1110 N E. 5th Place (double with one Inside the other). cuckoo clock, $7; beer mug Home Sales In CARS TRUCKS JEEPS
10th Ave. or phone 4-3549. 575 NW 4th Ave. $81 per. mo. Phone All heavy pieces MUST GO H bas vases bookcases etc.: 2054 2 Miles North on U.
... Acres beautifully wooded. Sult- per mo. FR 4-5871. 49 Rooms For Rent possible Yo might see something Ter..Carol Estates. Phone 422-8144 S 4
able for homesite or develo you've been HUNTINGIAt _.
ment. N.W. 39th Ave. near Mill- 2 BR furnished apart. with porch. NEW 1 BR duplex apt., kitchen The Martins Place" Hwy CHILD'S Go Kary IS HP Craft Closed Suay. -

hopper Rd Intersection. $9.500. Near University. See at 411 N.W. equipped. $40 per month on a 26 Corners. Horn man ein original cost. $4 1944 FLEETWOOD. 57 X 10. 3 BR.
Terms. FZ4448 after I p.m.and 15th St. or call 2-4447. $55 per years lease. Ph. 3744372 days LARGE clean. cool room access M.lro 2 od. Will sell cheap, Cal down. Take over .
weekends. mo. 374-7327 evenings. to shower 8. refrigerator. Lns p' Keystone Heights .7 374-9754. S per mo. .ayt
8. maid service weekly. M. and. Mrs. T. Brown Waldo. 448-1755. H
1185 or 21981. 414 NE 2nd Ave. Martin. CRAFTSMAN Ride Mower. I yea
old excellent shape. Half Price OWNER. 8 X 2 bedroom Knew
NICE rooms for rent. 1407 N.W. $75. Phone 372-2044, mobile .Air conditIoned.Carpeted. .
12 Ro Phone FR 2-7 or G6 Misc .For Sale. Town & Country \
I SERVICESHome CLEAN your rugs 8. upholstery $70
UO ALL CHANNEL T. V. antenna with amazing Lustre-Foam. Use Trailer L., 36t
LARGE room for men twin beds Double stack complete. Not our applicator free. Call Home

rent single or double. Showers lug else to buy. $5 Beautiful Furniture 1703 N. Main DEAL LOCALLY
refrigerator. Call 21981. 414 N.E. 513 NW. $t.MILL.
2nd Ave.NICELY I Ave Finance locally with bank rates
DOWLING'S UPHOLSTERY ENDS HENDERSON' Service Satisfaction
I And BusinessAppliance furnished room. Maid Cair l as s No money MILL STORE U. S. Hwy. 19,
service. Parking space. Reasonable as $ per mont Crystal River. Fla. Only Ihr. 23 yrs. In mobile homes business .
rates. 210 E. Uruv. Phone Free estimates pickup d 15 mm. from Gainesville.Literally assures your protection.

FR 6123.LRGE lver service. All guaran TONS OF TOWEL
w
Auto Glass i Phone and MILES OF BUTSMOBILE
private 37.78
Plumbing bo bth. Selection Quality, p lr.
meals. .E. :
liht 3 BUYER'S CLOSE OUTS. Have newmerchandise regular bedspreads ,
AUTO GLASS is our only busi 7th Ave.. 2-10. daily. Special Extra a
one third off. Lovely c p
ness. Immediate Installation; SEWER INSTALLEDNEW NICE. cool, downstairs corner Dot Prices. Always wel ends, three fourths off. Fist INC.
free pickup a. delivery. Add MILLS SUPER
I a. used fixtures. complete r close In, o street park- c. quality Cabin Crafts carts 441 N. at city limits across from VOLKSWAGENS
beauty & value to your car. 531 S.E. DISCOUNTS. 19 S.W. 1st Avenue and and Peppered
MAULDIN'S AUTO GLASS CO. plumbing service "BIG" JIM furnis seets. Gainesville Livestock Market
2nd Place. $198 .
HUGULEY. Gainesville Plumb- 2-2 HIDE-A-BED slip 75
323 NW 6th St. FR 4-2558. SIMS c u
Ing. FR 2-1589. ATTRACTIVE room with prhr. entrance ar frezze uplste Ik. 3.HOU 2 BR wide
NEARLY new
new 2 pair 1o.

Bulldozing UpholsteryUPHOLSTER for a. kitc w ns piees.qiet placeto Meal l u U. I pair FR 6-797 mattress and bed a chest box; S spis. will Oslred.sell rent tl.. landIf S Fully Reconditioned

SMALL bulldozer. loader dump study 372- 5:0 P. cellent condition. 6 34th ..1

trucks fill dirt lime rock. TopsoiL NICE room. private entrance 8. 41 LADIES cotton uifoS reg Dr. Ph. 212-396 SPECIAL 100 % Pars fir Labor Warrant

Phone 372-7844. I your furniture at bath also 1 wit twin beds. $ .. .1 c( Wle). Closing ROSE'S Lawn Mower Service I 104 x 20T Lot for- ml. home.
reasonable prices. Call Sally. Private entrance 845 NW ot $19. back at old W. 81500. 1 Mil S. off s Pral- Excellent SelectionSEDANS
am 51
BULLDOZERS 8 Drag line. Backhoe Experienced. FR 4-98M._ 31st Ave. bt Boy's and ', knit tennis shir Ave. I stan and ne. For appointment call FR
University sn
wheel tractors. motor P reg $1.89, size through 4 class b. as a 4-3052. I
1 II trade. 1st re
air ____
MEN-women and
grader. Free estimates. W. G. rooms apts. near r '

RueS<) Johnson, FR 4-4J19 Remodeling_ campus, li Day week o I cent MILLS SUPER DISCOUNT ITS FOOLISHto j' -

m 10 13th St. Phone SW. 1st Avenue ways.BRAND NEW 1964

Concrete DO YOU NEED Florida room. extra 6-2. o.10 SEWING 1 MACHINE HOME pay more.GET RECKLESS THE REAL to '63 Turquoise. Like new .. . $1595
MODERN I
room more room, roof home work NICELY frniS newly deco 1944 Automatic Zig Look I pay l. as low as 62 Pearl White, Radio Whitewolls 1395
CONCRETE finishing walks. or maybe a complete new b pay
drives patios slabs and shuffleboard For a free estimate, 1 guaranteed rale r one cre girl. girt- Sar and sews like Full automatic ng zcx I57.2.* per 8300 I 61 Turquoise. Looks & Runs.Uke New 1195
ki fancy stitches with drop dial GENEVAMobile
etc.. expertly done. Est). work. phone Cart C. chen privileges. Phone I Set LAKE
:.s cams buttonholes. sews min Green One Clean 1045
mates. Call 372-3884. anytime. Waters. 3728049.CARPENTER o for opplque. Home 16 Ceramic owner
IN PRIVATE nice clean b blind hems overcasts fo Rfc 100 SE Keystone
desires work. additions room for HME Getl N dar & m t tonholes. etc. F Arctic Blue, Radio, New Point... 1045

-Landscaping I repairing. Phone FR drinkIng Phone 6-5. Only $58.12 Call e 7 $119. BELIEVE 57 Coral Red, A fine second car 695
rr
LANDSCAPE SERVICEGrassSodGarden 2-4102. CLEAN. Reasonable rooms, co S 32. Sin Machine Service Co 57 Powder Blue Sunroof, Clean 495
&
Repair maid TRADE your to operate OR ,
In. Daffy W. .
Air Conditioning of alt kinds.CREVASSE'S MainNurserystack Sewing. Mach_ Repute p FR .,.si o Us N.E o ELECTRIC a ct neater andS Uv.'Ave.FR Save 1 x 44 2 BR fur. '55 Sky Blue, Excellent Condition 495
newglassilned U
6105
NURSERY CALL-SEWING MACHINE! SERVICE -: 2 f GA down
Much more U'5. I
o
h.f. USED AUTOMATIC D
Landscape Co. CO. 815 W. University FOR ONLY. living mx. W
with
half the cost
A-l HANDYMAN SHOP FR 4-1314 for free estimate. Ave. 376-1075. We repair aH GIRL laundry roomi S wat a.ab PROPAHARCHER zoom lector I m elec. c.p Over 5 p m t choose from KARMANN -GHIAS

First bi air conditioning and Appliance Make Work fully guaranteed per week. 314 N.E. 1st St. ROAD. FR 4-5118. for sas.comlt S Supply TRAILER MARTHWY. 2295
U. Po 63 Terra Brown Air Conditioning .
Broker ,
repairs. We sell guaranteed Mortgage 1021 W. .
washers refrigerators etc. Tires Alignment 50 Hotel Rooms DUE 1944.di.TJg I have Za a Automatic like new Westmghouse Un. excellent 1 PHONE 1 :1G '59 Black Convertible White top # 1195
FR FHA ana conventional at lowest wu. SUNDAYS
40247.WE .current rates. Terms to 25 Broke Service_ VACATION AT FLAGLER BEACH sewing machine that does everything condition. S100 o offer EAST PALATKA FLORIDA
we would like te
FIX IT years. Win gladly discuss at no HOTEL miles of I Phone 374-em. PORSCHE

Any type appliance electrical obligation. Call tomorrow. VACATION SPECIALON ocean Enl Request pt t ta. Small up payments c 10 p.FOUR 63 x 29' latouswd ': Slew. 3 x r 1> Great Lakes
work J. W KIRKPATRICK Realtor for SPECIAL bela P 3-2. w Ideal student.
or gasoline engine repairs famous natwnallv known Mohawk dst card SUM and screens. Call Tr.n. C
done Immediately and economi 31 H. Main St. Ph. FR 2-8494 ttre . Save up MS0 I ON AL ROS. I USED r.t g range and .7 374-8030 after S P. 62 White, With Red Interior 5/90 3595 I
cally. Pick up and delivery. %! tires. See $5 Each fan. REK- turntable 11 24 wan
FRED B. ARNOLD on new our new Db at SUI 50 O tate U for 8 x Travel-
TRAILER
BUTLER & SONS 374- Pilot $ ; Hartley wl. 3'
wrap around retread that gives apiJ.
Wale Gr cabana.
REALTOR n.
S P Hae x
SERVICE CENTER FHA AND CONVENTIONAL more mileage traction. Latft. 71 s AR-t&e.S35; Me w f 1" VW STATION WAGONS
1J38 NW 4tn $I. 374-2844 LOAMS met Tire Co. 473 N Main St, colorful o an f 110 Cl 3 10 C 36.

t21. W. UNIV.. AVE. PH. 372-3522 51-A W..t Te h BEUIFUL By Al n ONE Hotpomt chest type d 1BR air cond. turn Excellent trailer & en '61 Excellent Condition, 9-pauenger 1395

Tree Service ult F Only $ P.M a f one 48- by T c c 4-8 AJM. C Runs fir Looks Like New
Appraisal ServiceFRED MORTGAGE MONEY __' Hawthorn Rd. adjustable a z a. 15 995
5V* per cent Interest. Terms to SERVICE k I 1 w 12 PJ*
A-l TREE COTTAGE wtttJ beach at C I one roll b FALCON White with
25 years. Pruning, tiemosslng bracing 8. c* Lake. Aug. ;-n. FR KLV&NTf REFRIGERATOR C M C 1045 4111 a FOR .SALE er rent Great Wagon,4dr.,
C H
L ARNOLD BUY BUILD REFINANCE Dicing a. tree removal. Cavft) I c$25. P 31 Lakes MobBe H"L 1 Black .J2Mir! Roof Rack 1495
.
Can work < tree feeding. Lawn service '
REALTOR east.FR and maintenance. Licensed UNFURN.3BRIWmeNIsUoJrBenlocaLTe 376 I A t 4 AIR CNDfTINER" good can- W8 lot Cl 32 60 ROLE Impala Sport Coupe t

REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL 825 NW U S-2511 S. Insured. Free T r e rent S7 per m Po I u 4 m
estimates. i $0 White
SERVICI Thames, 374-2940. Jack Hoover, Write 1703 Hialeaa S. Orlando, CLOSE OUT SALEOn RC WhirlpooL su. J 10 Tractors 'Tnk Reartala Ree ?., Fine Condition 1395 ,

Ulf W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 373-3C1 GLADYS and conventional Smith Realtor.loans. FHA Low _444-3482. G."Re Fla.WINDOW F Wip. tc a Ron 77 .

rates. Terms to 2S vears. 1228 RECENT college graduate at HAR PAIN CO. SWIMMING POOU 14 X 3. 5*. RENT a 1 oneway .

W. Univ. Ave. 372-5393. CLEANING ing summer school at 18 SW. 7$ 3 Call FR 20072.TAUFFER to t from :
Auto Equipment AI NW Ave FR -
tractive m
June
FORDYCE and AssoclA.... Inc.' WINDOW cleaned floors cteanet lii Qe 15 NEW and used chain saws lawmowers redwcina; tat to nearly i I I

Conventional and F.H.A.. t. ans. and waxed houses washed. II At 15 Pla to M eogers. tampers ailp new condition, can b iI U Motorcycle
Ca' 374-1234. Grace Fordyce. l" W. experience Free estimates Ua ZKels. 11 Pilgrim R. cable. Wisconsin, Iri arranged tar reliable party. I ,S.oCr -

HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuilt S. Realtor. Fordyce 1. Associates.Inc. Phone FR J59SS.ADVERTISE. Bin MI I Stra new and m Phone 376 I MILLER BROWN
LAM&RETTA 44 Mechantcaily
exchanged Repair kits for 914 West University Aveitoe OR 2 bedroom apartment t to wl and service tDMIRAL conditioner It43 .a
reasonable offer
No
authoris ai
Jacks. Factory .
Walker Nt14th cne r.
-
resident Meyers
surgical and wife. Close
To 2 Only sed \
ans Uruv
ed Walker Hydraultr Jack Ave m Cal FR 24424 or
unfurnished,
HULL BRAKE di rls.J Call FR 1-7 ext. 2335. '
Service Agent. _
1030 E. UNVERSITY
SERVICE SUPPLY 1314 & PAINTING IN THE B Ch cevUle .t TIN bed. b.. mat 4 Modem walnut finished chairs ;
ALLSTATE I2S CX.
Main FR 21497ADVERTISE WANTED: Painting. Free estimates. SGRAATE Call r_ rb 840. contour I G for .i running moc
SERVICE OIUCTOAT student end wife mid 26T.Y e* Exl c Cl t
No job too small. t ... c FR 2-3582
I : IN THEPIBPCTOBT furnished home fw- M stack, .I f I. Ali* gal National "J
uaVla : Work guaranteed Phone about I year .cfclUrapan. It s ,. .electric, good con- 1 ALLST ATB C lor tale. ,
{R 2-5630, < .a Jim Voyles *U. US.
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Il YOUR LARGEST SHOPPING AUTOMOBILE IN NORTH SHOPPING CENTRALFLORIDA'S CENTER NO DOWN PAYMENTWe USED CAR BUYERSNOTICE



Have Slashed Prices
To The Bone

"10. 85 Automobiles for Sale 85 Automobiles for Sale Value Rated FOR THE CORRECT On This Select Group Of Cars. Come

TIME a In And See What A Few Dollars
) VOLKSWAGEN 1961 Sun roof excellent 5$ OLDS U Tudor Holiday Coupe, Used Cars Only
condition can be seen at good condition all
$400
over
t anytime. Call FR 62108. Harry E. Stroud. FR J-9444, 4721 B&G MOTOR CO. FR 2.1411Courtesy Per Month Will Buy. .'
VOLKSWAGEN '61 Deluxe Sedan SW Archer Rd. Cadillac Of MAYBE YOU'RE A LITTLE BORED WITH .
extra clean white wall tires all 61 CORVAIR .... Oldsmobile
accessories J1050 Will take, 63 COMET ...coupe........at....... $1.395$?9S 2001 NW 13th St. University Chevrolet Per M.,rtth "
t trade Call e-4009. 61 RENAULT .............. $495 N. Main St. at 16th Are. I 59 RAMBLER . $595 $38 ALL THE TALK ABOUT SALES
L 63 RENAULT .............?... $795
l VOLKSWAGEN 43 Sedan Sunroof 64 FIAT. 400 ml. ........... .
sns 57 STUDEBAKER "
500 actual 295 18 WELL
I condition, $1450.miles. showroom 62 FORD Galaxie .......... $1.495 WE ARE TOO

, uaae.CaU 4-4009., Will take I Phone 372.3407 or FR 2-0245. 56 FORD . : 390 21 "
MUST DO NOT OFFER "FREE :
SELL Pontiac Catalina 1963 ,WE GIFTS'
3-i Midget Ice blue whitewalls .
factory conditioning(
tonneau radio & heater, steering, power brakes R power.& H 57 STUDEBAKER SW 390 21
gpod condition. Call 3772784. $2400. Cart/ 25457. Yes! It's True! WE DO NOT SELL WITH: NO DOWN PAYMENTWE
56 RAMBLER 395
23
r 1963 Oldsmobile Jetfire hardtop BRING out the best in your car. . .

4 speed coupe air conditioned work.Superior Fast Auto dependable painting &service body 58 FORD . . 550 32 DO NOT SELL "CHEAPER" THAN ALL OTHERS
NO
transmission. Car free pickup delivery. WRIGHT'S FLIM-FLAM
is parked on Univ. City BODY WORKS 2031 NW 6th St. I 56 FORD SW . . 250 15 WE DO
Bank, parking; lot,. See Mr. FR 4-97P7.
Foster or Me. Johnson at 1942 ENGLISH FORD Anglia white. I NO GIMMICKS 'I 57 FORD SW . . 395 23
SELL CLEAN RECONDITIONED CARS AT
the bank. Has heater. Clean. Phone 442THUNDERBIRD ,
L LOOKING FOR A GOOD l451. 58 RAMBLER . 495 29

CAR your search Try this"If4"1960 be Alpine over.SPORTS Call and the ing air-cond State White'59 loaded, cleanest includ-In I New 1964 CMC Pickups 55 METRO . I 350 21 ,j A FAIR PRICE .. ON LOWEST TERMS
376.7821IMPALA of Fla.. Phone FR
'61. *dr- HT. R & H, PS. 22283. r I 59 RAMBLER AM. SW 595 34 u WITH A WRITTEN GUARANTEE
PB. good condition, assume balance 1944 4- payments $$687, one due rolet II, Nova. Completely equip $175 DOWN 59 PLYMOUTH ':
flOW. See at 1631 SE 23rd lane ped. Best lowest priced buy In
after 5:30- town. Call FR '6-9950 days. 372- 9 pass SW . 750 44 A7BARKLEY -
56 CHEV.. 4 ar" 6 CyL, 5032 evenings.
Must see and hear to 'pP'"late.excelleftt. 180 MERCEDES '59, radio heater, $ 11 58 RAMBLER . 495 29
Price 1350. Phone evenings & white sidewall
tires excellent
con
t weekends 37M806 dition. $950. FR 4-0843. Per Month 57 MERCEDES BENZ 695 38

1960 new 11.1OG.Pontiac tires Phone Catalina air, PS.4 R droO& HT H. MGA.new Interior.1958 Call Top FR condition 2.3056 like after ,, 61 FIAT . . 495 29 MOTORS
374-9839. 7:30 P.M. Including: License tag, state sales tax, life "
1958 FORD 4 dr. Custom cylin- insurance, and finance 60 LARK . . 650 36
der. stick shift z<, ""V miles. 86 SWAP CARS charges. '
III.Phone FR 66015. 234-A Flavet 56 CHEVY . . 495 29 "IN THE AUTO GAME BARKLEY'S THE NAME"
WILL Trade Oldsmobile station
EXTRA clean ear. *95 to SS95. 90 I I wagon In excellent condition for Tropical Pontiac 2201 NORTH MAIN ST.
day SO-SO guarantee No down Jeep In like condition. Phone
payment, smell weekly or month. I 244i Cedar Keys Ridgway Motor Co.
VTtS- H Motors 1636 : CMC Truck
Center
Phone 372.3749. 87 Automobiles Wonter OPEN TONITE ONLY TILL 10 P.M.
LOOKI '57 Rambler V-adr... 1 302 NW 8th Ave. FR 2-2583 1132 S. Main St. FR 2-8433.
t excellent. body, bad crankshaft I CARS WANTED. 1950-54 Fords
*'M .Evenings 5:30 730. FR I & Chevrolets. AI Herndon Serve '
ft-5806. 64 HILLMAN $1695
ice Station. 916 SE 4th St. 62 FORD $1895Galaxie

Minx, heater, white walls, power 500. 4-ekof. radie heater

TAKE YOUR VACATIONIN k --- --- IIIr --_ -- "": _- 4"-- steering steering automatic transmission, power
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64 FORD $2845 '
62 MERCURY
$21954door
4-d_ hardtop, radio heater, automatic
NEXTWEEKWEMAYI transmission white walls Monterey Leaded.

NEW or USED AIRCONDITIONED CAR power steering '62 OLDSMOBILE $1895
64 FORD
$2845 F- 5. Custom radio, heater, V-8,
I NOT HAVE A SINGLE 4-door hardtop, radio,' heater automatic standard transmission, 4-door
transmission white walls '
62 RAMBLER $14954door.
power steering
WHERE QUALITY IS A I standard transmission, factory -
CAR WORTH SELLINGBefore 64 FORD $2795 air.

4-deer sedan radio heater, automatic '
'TRADITIONIt transmission, white walls VALIANT $1395

a car gets on our lot it has to pass safety and power steering 4-door, VIM. standard transmission

pays to shop for a used car where quality and value are .traditional l.B performance tests. Some don't make it. These did: '64 FORD $2795 radio. heater
4-door sedan Radio hilt.,', automatic 62 RAMBLER $1495

& G MOTOR CO. power transmission steering white walls Station transmission.wagon Radio heater, automatic

63 FORD '
H i 64 FORD $2855 '62 OLDSMOBILE $2695
2-Door hUdto,. Radio heater, automatic
SEDAN DE VILLE. FACTORY AIR ONE OWN- transmission, white walls 98. 4-door sedan radio heater, automatic
C'ADILLAC ER. IN FACTORY WARRANTY. BEAUTIFUL Fairlane station wagon, 4-dr., radio, heater, Ford$2 094 power steering peer transmission brakes, air conditioned power steering

CONDITION. 0-Motic, solid white . . . .. . I '63 CHEVROLET $2695 '62 CORVAIR $$1495
SEDAN. FACTORY
HARDTOP 4-door hardtop, radio, heater automatic
64 CROW' IMPERIAL AIR CONDITIONER. FULLY I steering transmission air power 7ao redo, ,4-door heater, automatic transmission.

EQUIPPED. SILVER TURQ. WITH WHITE LEATHER INTERIOR '62 FALCON '
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62 PONTIAC $2595Catalina
63 CHEVROLET $2695
63 OLDS 88 Hdtop coup r/"V| r> air & power. White $2995 Moor hardtop, radio heater, automatic Leaded Factory Air.
& blue. One a dV/aLL/actory warranty. transmission, power steering '

f i, 63 CHEVROLET 'Imp. sed. Low mileage. 'In factory 5i 21 95 \-door, heater, solid white . 0" 0 0.. . 0 Y 1281 !i idoor '63 CHEVROLET $2795 61 DKW $795
warranty. Econ. 6, auto trans.. ii i 4-dw wagon, automatic transmission Idoor heater white walls.
I ZLO' O Nova sedan. Auto trans. Very sharp. $| AQCUO power steering power brakes. '61 RAMBLER $895

( CHEVY / In factory warranty .. . I 7 7 JZ.O radio, heater. American Standard transmission
Station wagon. Radio i (heater. Clean $17AC 61 PONTIAC '63 CHEVROLET $2695 radio heater.

OO FALCON Light i tan . . . . .o.n. I / 7 J l-door. Super Sports. 4-speed 327. '61 FORD $11954door

62 CADILLAC! Sedan.quality' Factory and prestige air. Fully at I equipped. Cadillac$ .- radio heater, blue and white . S "1 09 4 1: '63 4-door FORD hardtop automatic$2695 transmit- t radio cylinder, ".,t,standard,,. transmission .
3495
tremendous savings . . . . . . . ton, power, steering power brakes, '61 CHEVROLET $1495
98 Htop sedan Factory air. Full Power. $2595 ?lir. Radio heater r' 4-doer Belalr, standard transmission

1 62 OLDS Comfort & room. . . . . . '63 FORD $2695 V-a, radio heater
PA&ITIAf Bonncville Htop sedan. Factory air. Electric 60 COMET 4-door hardtep automatic transmission '61 CORVAIR $1295
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62 rOlv I IAv power steering power brakes,
windows and Excellent.
seat. $2495 Air, Radio heater. Truck.. radio heater.

Beautiful 1 interior. . . . . . . . . '
Convertible. Factory air. Full. 4-door, heater, automatic transmission, white 63 FORD $26954door 61 CORVAIR $1295
/ S795
0 I CADILLAC equipped. Smooth as silk. . . $2995 and red '.' . . . . . . . power hardtop steering, automatic, power transmission brakes 7W radio, automatic heater. transmission 4-door,
88 htop sedan. Pwcr- One owner. Like $1 QOC I Air radio heater. '
61 ENGLISH FORD $695"door
61 OLDS new ulterior. . . I OVDZ.1 '63 FORD $2595Convertible > ,
sedan V-8. Radio, heater, auto trans. $1OAF 59 MERCURY heater

0 I FORD A nice car . . . . . I OVD I rattie, heater,autrmatic power steering transmission power '61 MERCURY $1595

station wagon. Power steering. Just right for that I 2-door, hardtop, power brakes power steering -brakes.-- .-- door hardtop, radio, heater, power
Steering air conditioned
61 DODGE
I summer camping trip. $1395 power windows, radio, heater automatic transmission S995 63 FORD $1795 '

Excellent condition. . . . . . . . I air conditioning, solid white . . transmission 2-<<100", 301., heater.4 cylinder, standard 61 FALCON, radio, heater, standard$12954door transmission -

Looking For ctra Special? '63 FORD $2395 .
I '61 COMET :'
SOLD' 60 FORD l-door hardtop Radio, heater, power $1195
61 PLYMOUTH 9 p ion with deluxe dual 4 steering .uten'etic transmission. 4-door standard transmission,
front & rear air cone! ng. Local one owner. j heater.
Only '23,000 miles.WARRANTY A station wagon. 4-door 9-passenger, V-8 '63 PLYMOUTH $2795 '61 MERCURY $1795

ma tic transmission, radio, heater, power autoS892 l-doer hardtop. Radio heater, rrwersteerino Wagon radio heater automatic

'GW solid white . . . . . . transmission, power Air. brakes, automatic transmission, power steering. power
brakes air. .

V u :J iE I '63 PLYMOUTH $27954door '61 DODGE $1295Lancer

1 YEAR GOOD INMost 57 FORD 'I staring hardtop, power radio brakes heater automatic, power l-door radio, heater, auta.
I transmission.
of U.S. & Conoda I transmission' Air. mate

: '63 PLYMOUTH $24954door '60 ALPINE $1245
Hard top sedan. Solid white. 4-door, custom V-8 radio, heater, solid i Roadster.
1995 I S247 sedan, radio, heater, automatic
60 CADILLAC Power steering.: . . . . white . . :. . . . . .. transmission.. Power steering '60 FIAT $1095
/ /> Fleetwood. Factory air. Loaded with $ power brakes.DODGE. __

OU CADILLAC extras. The best!. . . . 2.J7J '63 $2145 Spyder.
60 T-BIRD $1695Air.
Dllrt. radio beater, automatic transmission
60 OLDS $1 I 595 power steering power Sun red loaded.
98 htop sedan. Factory air. Full power . brakes._ _
/ft 'Impala' sedan. V-8. power steering. Very '60 CHEVROLET $1395
CHEVROLET 63 FIAT $1195
OU sharp. Test drive this if you want $j IVY Bb 4-deer hardtop, radio heater, automatic

1 an exceptionally nice car. . . . . . . I ODp _HOP. Radio tieater. white wails. transmission
/\ Sedan De Ville. Fact.: air. Full 1 power. $ | /%ArJ7 II '63 FIAT $1195 '59 CHEVROLET $895"4door

CADILLAC 325 HP. Smooth quiet quality . I 77 J Hot Radio boater white walls. Belalr, Standard transmission,

Super dory air Power $ '63 FIAT $1195 4 cylinder_

59, OLDS <,o',8ohn7 SOLD. . ;. . 1195vV lioa Rad., heater, white walls. '59 TRIUMPH $1095

OLDS- $ N '63 RAMBLER TK $._
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88 htop sedan. Power steering and brakes. 4 $1995 '59 SIMCA $495
Wagon Radio heater automatictransmission.
59 $ I Cq WARRA ,I Factory Air. 4-4eer.
BUICK Le Sabre htop coupe. Air condo . . I 195 I '
63 RENAULT $1395 58 RAMBLER $595

59 CHEVROLET $995S9 _R-a. Radio heater, white walls. 1.door soda*. ,standard traosmlsslo. .
w. htop icin. Y-8. . .
$ '63 RENAULT $1295 '58 FIAT $695

CHRYSLER Yorker htop coupe. Factory air. ) 095 .1 ".,. Radio heater, white want. Sayder

5895 SHAW '63 BUICK $3995 '58 LINCOLN $995

57 CADILLAC Fleetwood AC . . . . Rivera Loaded_ ,...hare-teg. Uadod.

$445 '58 CHEVROLET $495
56 CADILLAC Coupe De Ville. AC. . . . 63 PONTIAC $3695 Wagoav <..or, 6 cyltoder, atrtematictrmsmitsloa
44Mr. ...... Pewvr steering, power ).
5100 brakes, power windows ,automatic
56 CADILLAC Sedan . . . . . . .. '57 FORD $795
&
S199 a '62 CHEVROLET $2195 Station) wage*, 6doef.

55 CADILLAC Sedan . . . :. . . Impale. air conditioned, .->er soda, 57 BUICK $595

$ automatic. trMsmissie" radio ....,. radio, heater,
58 OLDS convertible. . . . .v. . . 595 heater._- tr.......... power 1IMr.automatic...


57 OLDS M.Ac. . . ... . ...'. . . .$395 KEETER JiI '62 CHEVROLET 1IeI..,... .dear MCI-. Sadie$1645 Mater. '57 J-oVr CADILLAC orel-<,. Leaded $895


56 OLDS sedan . . . . .". . . S495 )} \\ .r..',3 '62 power CORVAIR staering- $1695 '57 I-deer.FORD standard traasmhsioa$595.
rUhater. -
_Menu, 4-speed. radio. ........ ,

I 56 CHEVROLET Convertible. Sharp. V.8. :$495 I i.-- I "YOUR FRIENDLY FORD .( '62 CORVAIR $1795 '56 ideor LINCOLN hardtop. $59 5

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55 CHEVROLET $1 '62 Thunderbird $2795 56 CHEVROLET $695

Sedan. . . . . . ISO -.l\ OPEN TIL 9 j. 4...doer...,.. ate ate transmSek.. n4pM


54 CHEVROLET Sedan. . eo. . . . $50 "\ 238 '62 FORD, $1595 '53 FORD,
Panama SOLdoor. sfaadard transmission
1. Moor standard
traasmlssion
: radto, ....... cream pvff.

.1 55 PONTIAC Convertible. Good buy. 0. 00 $25u l| W. UNIVERSITY AVE. Jr:



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