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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: June 4, 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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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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88th Year No. 286 GAINESVILLE FLORIDA THURSDAY JUNE
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"Extenuating circumstances" surrounding the firingof
Harold Acosta sent the matter back to City Manager
Bill Green yesterday with City Commission approval of
the dismissal but a "suggestion" that reinstatement be
considered.The .
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? a 4, J t commission's decisionwas
:
: issued in a statement by

Mayor Howard McKinney aftera
9 two-hour executive session to
-{ review the May 13 firing of the
32-year-old supervisor of the

c4'4 Negro Community Center.
1e
$ The action followed two daysof

hearings by the commission.Both .
.,
qa Acosta and the city mana-
Y ger asked for the review of the

12 insubordination charges
against Acosta.
The list of graduates of Gainesville High School grew by 460 new names last night The statement issued by the
after graduation ceremonies promoted the Class of 1964. Dean Robert Mautz of the commission said the evidence
I' 460 New GHS Alumni University of Florida gave the commencement addreco "* the Florida Gym cere- against Acosta is sufficiently IiiiL

monies. (Sun photo by Eddie Davis.) missal.conclusive to sustain his dis S


"However, extenuating circumstances -
I Truce On IN ST. AUGUSTINE existed in the form

of poor communications be- --
tween the director's office and HAROLD ACOSTA
.l\S Judge the Community Center director ". they bad their reasons." i
I and the recreation advisory

i Ponders Two More Local Men HeldJACKSONVILLE committee.The commission" suggestedthat w. S

Green meet with Recrea-
(APWhilea Two more Gainesville per- where all civil rights demon- edly a teaching assistant in the and is a Director of the Loglan tion Director Ray Massey -

federal judge ponders whether sons were arrested in St. Au- strators are being held, reported department of mathematics. Institute.All whose May 25 resignation was
it James Cook Brown was a member of theUniversity's demonstrators are be-
was holding
danger lies in further Negro gustine yesterday, bringing to described by McKinney as "not
Brown, 42, and James Dacey, teaching staff until ing charged with conspiracy, be-
night marches at St. Augustine, five the number of local resi- effective as yet" and Acosta
26. two years ago. He reportedly ing an undesirable guest and
the demon- "in order to determine if
in more
a truce prevails dents jailed there for civil is under P
working a research trespassing, with $500 bonds
harmonious and workable rela-
strations which were accompa- rights activities.The Dacey is a seventh year Arts grant to develop a set on each charge.
tions be established with
nied by city violence last week.at the nation'soldest St. John's County Jail, and Science student and report- new language, called Loglan, the personnel can involved." x.

Negro leaders of the Southern Although the statement did

\ Christian Leadership Conference 13 Youths not complete the thought, Mc-
I pledged Wednesday they will Cuban Rebel Manuel Ray Kinney later added that it was
conduct no demonstrations until up to Green to determine whether '

U.S. District Court Judge Bryan / u' In WreckNear : f',. -and things if not could, Acosta's be "patched dismissal up" '.r .

Simpson actions rules of in city their and protest coun- Picked British would stand.
against Up by Shipaboard ArcherThirteen The commission further found
ty officials at St. Augustine to that there is a need for a may- lilii, --
restrict after dark activities. or-appointed recreation board RAY MASSEY
By THEODORE A. EDIGER the and the what action youths in two cars I
Judge Simpson promised a ship police British officials to advise the city manager.A ". something like this."
ruling within a week when he NASSAU, Bahamas (AP) official finally confirmed grow- would take against Ray. were involved in a high speed biracial recreation board
took the case under consideration Manuel (Manolo) Ray, anti- ing speculation that this was auto crash early this morningtwo "will be at
after three days of hear- Castro rebel leader who had Ray, the dapper, 39yearoldhead The two Americans taken miles east of Archer on SR appointed an early
date, the statement added.
from a fast armed launch aftera ,
vowed to be fighting in Cuba by of the Cuban RevolutionaryJunta. e. F qY.M
46.The Duties of the board will be to
ings.The ask a restraining May 20, was one of eight persons chase by the Decoy Mondaywere Alachua County Sheriff's
Negro plaintiffs cover all phases of the
Andrew St. George of New city's
ban picked up Monday by the Brit- office said the drivers involvedwere
order against the Ray, first public wogks min- York, a free lance newsphotog- recreation activities.
ish destroyer Decoy in the Ba- Freddie Lee Baker, 18, of
on night demonstrations in hamas. ister in the Fidel Castro regime, rapher, and Tom Dunkin, also a Archer, and David Hughes Jr., "We hope that the entire com-
downtown St. Augustine. They defected after one and one-half New York photographer and a of 736 NW 12th Ten, Gaines- munity will support the com- ..
also asked the judge to declare This was confirmed today bya years in the post and began former Florida newspaper man. ville. mission and the city manager'soffice wM

unconstitutional two city ordin- police official who declined to building an anti-Castro under- Baker was ahead of Hughesat in our efforts to give all
ances passed Monday establishing permit use of his name. ground. He fled to Florida in a At first, Police Commissioner into citizens an improved recreation
high speed going a long
curfew for Five Cubans and Ameri- Nigel Morris had identified the ," the formal statement
a 9 p.m. juveniles two small boat in November, 1960. program :
when he lost control the
curve k
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and a night parking ban on can photographers were taken For the past year, he had per- others only as Miss Mirta Bar- sheriff's office said. concluded.
streets bordering Negro and off the Decoy today and paraded sistently promised the exile colony ras, Israel Morrell, Martinez, Baker skidded 155 feet the Acosta told The Sun this morn-

r white sections.In to magistrate's court for a that he would be fighting Gonzalez, Lastra and Diaz. right side of the highway on, slid ing that he had not yet been

addition to evidence and hearing on a charge of illegal again on Cuban soilor be Ray's presence in the party sideways across the road for 100 notified of the commission'srecommendations.
about four night entry into British waters. dead by May 20. .
testimony meant that he apparently was feet, skidded another 80 feet on "
marches, Judge Simpson had The eighth captive remained There was no indication of unable to make good on his the left shoulder and then rolled "I am a little speechless,
Acosta said. "I do believe if
under scrutiny a list of 169 spe- promise to infiltrate Cuba by the twice, deputies said.
is to be
something attempted
cial and regular deputies of May 20 deadline. Hughes skidded 71 feet and
Police To Investigate worked out in terms of com- -
Sheriff Davis. collided with Baker's car afterit
The Decoy took five of the munication that it can be done." BILL GREEN
These were supplied by the eight prsons off a small launch flipped. He said that from his pointof the first part of next
sheriff after the judge delved in- Woman's DeathPolice There were six passengers inBaker's "
Pregnant after a 14-mile chase off Anguilla view he felt the problems week.
to the question of whether the car and five in Hughes',
could be
However
patched ,
Cay, in the Bahamas 30 miles up.
linked with law officers said. No one was ser-
Klan is
Ku Klux
today are Investigating plaining of having been beaten north of the coast of Communist the recreation supervisor said
I enforcement. the possibility of murderin with a pipe by Joseph Nathaniel Cuba. The three others were iously Officers injured.said would be he was disappointed in the de Pravda Says
Davis replied "no" to ques- the death of Simmons charges cision's upholding his dismissal."I .
a pregnant wom- 29, of 539 NW 3rd captured on the island by a made later.Builds.
tions of whether he was a mem- an in Alachua General Hospital landing party. am sure they had their Red
ber of the Klan or recruited special yesterday. St.She was referred to doctors, reasons for making the decision SplitIs
Airfields
deputies from it. Johnnie Bell Woods, 46, of but returned again to the hospital The launch carried guns, 1,000 they did," he noted.
614 NW 2nd St. died about rounds of ammunition and a Massey also expressed disap-
8:10: on June 1, complaining of (c) New York T'kmefJOHANNESBURG LoomingMOSCOW
Weather Plane p.m. at Alachua General Hospital head and lower abdomen pains, large supply of fuel, along with South Africa pointment after McKinney read

An autopsy to determ- police said. She was hospitaliz- equipment of' the two photogra -South Africa disclosed today the commission's statement yes (AP) The Soviet
mine the cause of her death that she was building terday.
InvestigatingPossible ed.Police phers. British authorities as- "This should not have gone on Communist newspaper Pravda
will be held. have arrested Simmons i strategic airfields for fightersand indicated that the
Storm On May 23, she went to Ala- and are holding him for sumed that the party had bombers in various partsof this long and then come up with may be today thinking of formally Kremlin

chua General Hospital corn- investigation of murder. planned to raid Cuba.Batting the country. (See ACOSTA, Page 2)) severing ties between the Com-

MIAMI Fla. (AP) The munist parties of the Soviet
Weather Bureau ordered its research Union and China.
=BUT JOHNSON'S NOT WORRIED
plane to investigate a "The threat of a split Is a
tropical depression 600 miles reality which the world Commu-
southwest of Miami today for nist movement must reckon

possible intensification into a Vs. LBJ Won't Be Dullas with," said an article in the

tropical Weather storm or Bureau hurricane.The said. Barry party newspaper.

"Marxist-Leninists do not
,
Wednesday the tropical depres- II want a split, but unity cannotbe
II
sion was not likely to develop attained through concessionson

into a storm until noon today, By JACK BELL water Is the Republican nomi- by Rockefeller's researchers matters of principle, nor doesit

.If at all. AP Political Writer the Breeze 'Bout nee, he probably would have to and injected into the governor's come by itself."
The disturbance, with winds SAN FRANCISCO (AP) If campaign on the supermarketcircuit. attack on the senator. It was one of the strongest
up to 25 miles an hour, was the presidential race matchesSen. Soviet statements yet on the
moving toward the northeast at Barry Goldwater against Barry (New Fad) -See Pge.13 In his ,California campaign, Democratic speakers have Moscow-Peking feud. But Western .
three miles an hour. It was last President Johnson the Novem- the senator laid out the patternof only to quote Rockefeller's as- diplomats in Moscow do not

located off Mexico's Yucatan ber election campaign will have the attack he could be expected sertion that Goldwater's call for believe a break in party relations .

Peninsula.The few dull moments. not an echo," to Johnson's professed his opponent. The Presidentan to make on Johnson in a an end to foreign aid, his opposition would mean a break in relations -
1964 hurricane season of- There is some difference of liberalism.The experienced performer on the general election contest. between the Soviet and
ficially started Monday. opinion over whether Gold- senator described himselfto stump might even be temptedinto Among other things, Gold- to arms' control measures Chinese governments. The diplomats
water's defeat of Gov. Nelson A. California audiences as "the a television debate with water said the administration's and his proposal to quit the believe the Soviets want to

1 Rockefeller in Tuesday's Cali- only Republican who has the Goldwater, who has been ac- foreign policies offered a "pathto United Nations if Red China keep some lines of communication -

fornia primary carried the sen- ghost of a chance of beating cused by critics in his own partyof suicide," that the country were admitted add up to a open.
WHERETO ator over his last big hurdle toward Lyndon Johnson." firing carelessly from the hip faced "another Korea" in South "blueprint for defeat and disas- The article said a split be-

the Republican presidential He called the California pri- in some statements on major Viet Nam and might lose all of ter" tween the Soviet and Chinese
..... FIND IT nomination.But mary outcome "a victory for the issues. Southeast Asia to the Communists parties would "seriously weaken -
if Goldwater is nominatedat great majority of Republicansacross Because of the limitations on ., Depending on what the GOP the struggle of the world Communist _

Comics . . 22 the mid-July convention here, the country who share what a president can say pub- "We are following the same platform has to say on the issue, movement" against haperialism .
Classified . 24-27 the fireworks probably will start my belief that Lyndon Baines licly, Johnson has not indicatedif path of appeasement that we a Goldwater-Johnson contest ,w.
Entertainment 24 exploding even before the Au- Johnson can be beaten' 1964 he will debate his opponent on' followed'in the 1930s." he said. could have wide repercussionsin The article urged convocation -
Obituaries . 2 gust Democratic conventiongoes if we Republicans concentrateour TV. But Johnson has shown a The Democrats have been the South. There the Democratic of a world Communist meeting -
Opinion Page 4 through the formality of fire on him and not on each yen for the kind of crowd hop making a .book on Goldwater's President probably would and said the "majority of the V 1
'Sports . .. 15-17 nominating the President. other." pingand individual handshaking utterances for several years. get a run for his_money from a Communist parties in all regionsof
Women's .0. 10-11 'Goldwater; the conservative, All signs Indicate that John- that Goldwater gives ever? sign Any quotations they might have senator long the favorite of the world is going on *record* -

,would strive to offer "a choice con..would welcome. Goldwater of. detesting. However, if missed probably. were dug up Southern Republicans. for its early convocation. -


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Asian Forces Revamp '; s f .

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WASHINGTON (AP) President policy review which they con- tations in Hawaii which were c.
Johnson kept tight secrecy,ducted at a conference in Ha- held to improve the efficiencyand N. NM N I

wraps today on what-if any- waii earlier this week. effectiveness of our pro- BCD Mostly fair e eaareuL ALACHUA GENERAL Franklin Allen, Palatka; Eva June 3, 196t

new moves he is' planning to gram." through Friday. Low tonightin eu am June 2, 1961BIRTHS Ruth Griffin, Waldo; Charles: BIRTHSMr.
officials had] ewlt
make to step up the fight Several days ago conference There was no hint of enlarg- mid-60s, high Friday 88 to t Hodge, Alachua. and Mrs. John Waldrop,
indicated that the
against Communist forces in ing the war to include military 93. Mostly easterly 5 to 15 F Mr. and :Mrs. George W.
Southeast Asia.A would very likely result in presidential -action against Communist North mile winds.A Leach, 3860 SW Archer Rd., a DISCHARGED city, a girl; Mr. and Mrs.

decisions to deal with Viet Nam or of putting U.S. mil Partly cloudy this afternoon EMtl girl; :Mr. and Mrs. Sonny John- Mrs. Linda Green and daughter George Curtis, Alachua, a girl;
White House statement issued what then appeared to be a serious itary forces Into Thailand or as- tonight and change.Friday.Low Not tonight much 65 temperature to- rrM s son, Cross City, a boy; Mr. Mrs. Mattie Whetstone, Mr. and Mrs. Eller Roqueta,
Wednesday night gave crisis in Southeast Asia 70, high Friday 12 to ... Variable ito a e
reinforcements to the and Mrs. Ronald 421
signing 15 mile wind. Hoyt 235r Flavet III girl.
a
Communist advances Mrs. Susan Lavigne, Mrs. Per
some indication, however, that due to pri- Southeast Asian area generally. E <- Considerable clovdlne through N. W. 15th St., a boy. I
Johnson and his advisers have marily in Laos. Reedy declined to answer Friday. Few scattered showers mostly 's i, ry Pylka and son, Deborah Lewis ADMITTEDJames
any Inland. Low tonight in low 70s. High ADMITTEDKaren
decided to soft-pedal talk of to Friday around 85. Variable mostly John Langford, Mrs. Beverly -
When Wednesday night's meet- questions, explaining reporters southeasterly S to 15 mile winds.F Marie Leach, John E. Miriam Hansford, LouG.
drastic action such as enlarging "This is all I have to H Considerable cloudiness Statesbury and daughter,
say
ing ended, George Reedy, pres- .
the wcr in Viet Nam, at least through Friday scattered: showers. Low iummcl, Cecil Eugene Deen, Crane, Oliver L. Knight,
idential press secretary, issued abut it. tonight In low 70s. high Friday mid- e, Walter W. Kyle, Anthony Cleveland Jackie Sue Hersey, Mrs. Pau-
for the time being. The emphaoir in the statementon SOs. Mostly! east and southeast 5 to Omer Richard Page, T bel m a
this statement: I 15 mile wind.G Teresa Ann Walker, Andrew line Farrell and son, Mrs. Ma-
Johnson: received .
a report
improving; "the efficiencyand I. Mostly cloudy through Friday i Hill, Alfred Hudson, Curtis Can-
from Secretary of State Dean "The secretaries met with th: occasional showers. Low tonight James Cheng, Bessie Lan- della Atkinson and Mrs. Mary
effectiveness" of going programs 70 to 75. high Friday mld-80s.: Variable ning Harmer June Marlene Miriam F. McNellis nady, Lois Sparks, Mrs. Cath-
about hour. They Immer, ,
I Rusk and Secretary of Defense II President an contrasted sharply with mostly southeasterly 5 to 15 GAINESVILLE WEATHER
Robert S. McNamara on the re-I reviewed the situation in South- made here two weeks; mile K winds.J .Mostly cloudy FrIday Municipal Airport readingsfor Bowen, Helen Louise Wells, all Mildred Wedeking, Ardepe S. erine Powell, Edward Silberna-
through
sults of two days of intensive east Asia in light of the consul- a speech Rusk in which he warned occasional rain. Low tonight mid- 24 hours to 8 a.m. today: of Gainesville; George L. Hall, Kirby C h a rlotte McElwain, gel, Charie Kanjorski, Barbara

that ago by if the Communists persisted 701 southeast high 3 Friday to 15 mile mld- 0 winds*. South variableand and High 91 at 3 p.m., low 64 Cross City; Jerry Keith Bunch, Harriet Griffis, Baby Girl Kir- Ann Waldrop Steve Moore, Ha-

in in South Viet higher In showers. at 5 a.m. No rainfall.TEMPERATURES Cross City; Donna Dianne Byrd,. by, Gentle Lee, Mrs. Betty zel Murphree, all of Gaines-
OPEN FRIDAY AND i aggression CEDAR KEY TIDES Alachua; Vera Coxfield, Alach- Jean Griffis, Mrs. Fannie Mae ville; Virginia Lee Curtis, Ala.
them ELSEWHERE
SATURDAY 'TIL 6 Nam the war against Friday High at f.51 a m. and 10.21 High Low Prrclp ua; Mrs. Ida Bell Watson, Trenton Reaves, Jack Zimmerman, Wel-chua; Jack Boyette, Old Town;
might be expanded.This p.m. Low at 3:23 am. and 4.27 p.m. Miami Jicksonvllle to 13 63 75 .11 Martha Ann Johnson, Cross by Potts, Mrs. Marilyn Reeb, William Ehrich, Brandenton;

strengthened speculationin Tampa 19 n City; Frank Jones, Newb e rry; : Mr. Johnnie Fender Donna Hollis Langston, CWefland; Mrs.
official quarters that carry- ALMANAC Atlanta New Orleans U 79 62.56 Mrs.: Cutledge, Trenton; Otis, Byrd, Bruce Lamar Jasper. Yodis Whiddon, Cross. City.
ing the fight to North Viet Nam, Sunset today............ 7:27: pm. Boston 67 5'
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Sunrise tomorrow s-2 .
a.m. New York 61 53 &2
perhaps by aerial bombings, Moonrise tomorrow........
2.15 a.m. Washington 10 52 .02
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was under consideration. But informants New Moon June 1 Chicago 76 It
The planet. Venus, sets earlier each Kansas City 79.5
said the administration night and will leave the evening sky Denver 75 46 .02 I
I was reluctant to expand the next week. Venus Is now only about Ft. Worth $6 66
M million miles from the Earth. Los Angeles 73 56
I war unless it proved absolutely Seattle 7. 51 .0$ 1
A necessary.
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I "DecisionsFor I Named Playground for JFK
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Ntw Ul1rk whnrsWASHINGTON -:
I JAMES LEWIS I MRS. PEGGYKRONSBEIN
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Survival"A -An extraordinary __
I WILLISTON James David :
notional defense talk mode I playground named by Lewis, 21, of Williston, died Services for Mrs. Peggy Ethel 1
in by the noted physic the children of Washington after the of w 'L
person yesterday at University Kronsbein, 59, of 2530 NW 12tt
4 ist. President Kennedy was dedicated -Florida Medical Center, follow- Ave., will be tomorrow at 2 p.m. '-4 5
Dr. Edward Teller his brother lllll ll
yesterday by ,
ing an illness of six weeks. in the Williams-Thomas Chapel.
Univ. of Fin. Auditorium Attorney General Robert F.'
Doctors said he died of a A retired medical secretary,
Fri. 8:15 P.M. Kennedy.The I rare disease, of which only nine she died early this morning
playground looks like a cases have been reported Mrs. Kronsbein lived in Gainesville 9 = E1
between and
cross Disneyland
throughout the world. since 1958.
an Al Fresco Smithsonian, replete .
Survivors include her husband 1I
with tanks, jet planes, a Lewis was a native of Levy
I \\t I tugboat, a fire engine with County and had lived all his Dr. John Kronsbein of
the of Florida
.: University ; z
slides, an 1876 locomotive and life in Williston. He was a
t. I less exotic play accoutrementssuch member of the Baptist Church. brother, Reginald Gilding, Lon &Ii4
don, England; a sister, Mrs. :
as swings and see-saws, Survivors include his parents, i
also of London.
the whole gaily painted. Mr. and Mrs. Venton Lewis, Ruby Young,
Pastor D. Frederick Castor ol f
I Located in one of Washington's Williston; three brothers, Thomas -
roughest areas, it will serve A., Patrick Air Force the University Lutheran Churcbwill #
I officiate with burial In Hill-
"10,000 children in the neighbor !Base, .John D., and Winston,
hood who until now had virtually both of Williston. crest Cemetery.The -
family has requested that J--
I no recreational outlets. Funeral services will be tomorrow ApCS EO DISHWASHERPROQFlBREAKRESISTANT
flowers be omitted for contri-
at 2 in the tE5
m.
Earth Shocks p. butions to the cancer fund or a if
I First Baptist Church of Willis-
ton. Burial will be in Orange favorite charity. 00 W11 STAYS LOVELY LONGER. ..DON'T
II SALERNO AP Sev- L M4 ty MISS IT AT THIS LOW PRICE! f t.
Italy ( ) Hill Cemetery under the di- NO E l'I .
I: eral seconds on earth shocks rection of Knauff Funeral Home. More About 'x.p % w t.J
sent thousands of alarmed resi- J

SALE OF LIFE STRIDE I.dents fleeing into the streets :MRS. ANNIE HAWKINSThe tl

!i Wednesday night in two mountain Acosta
I
family of Mrs. Annie EiIllllt
PASTEL PATENT PUMPS southeast of
II towns Naples. Meredith Hawkins, who died
The towns were Paterno, pop !
Tuesday, has requested that in r

.-.... .. ..-..-. I ulation 3,000, and Padula, which .lieu of flowers contributions be From Page 1
\ has 7,500 people. Only slight
t' $890. REG. 12.98 :made to the First Baptist ,
damage to buildings was reported I
s like this "
I in Paterno-and none in something Massey

f F Pastel colors to compliment your summer dress I I Padula. Church.Melon said.The city manager said this

out-fits. Heavenly BLUE, YELLOW, PINK and I Busy Line morning he probably would not
be able to arrange the meeting
a BONE. We have a good assortment of sizes in I SHELDON, Iowa (AP) with Acosta and Massey until

both the hi and the mid heel. j i I Within a half hour Wednesday Report the first part of next week. 1 I /
night, Mrs. L. D. Fogarty got
37 telephone calls, including long The primary charge filed
The $6.99 rack consists of mostly LIFE STRIDE Acosta that
distance calls from people she LAKELAND The Federal- against was despite

$12.98 hi and mid heel pumps. They are on sale did not know. State Market News Service today written instructions from Mas-
Mrs. Fogarty complained. The sey after city officials ordereda
reported demand slow for t
because have odd and end sizes. Come I
only we said troublein temporary suspension of the
telephone company watermelons and a weaker mar-
early you're certain to find two or three I, the dial system was being teenage dancing program at the
traced. But said Mrs. ket.Prices two recreation centers, Acosta
I Fogarty, yesterday (FOB ship-
in size. They wonderful values for allowed the Centerto
pairs your are local calls before Community
she got 160 more -ping points and FOB delivered

.I 1 only . . . . . . . 6.99 I I she took the receiver off I points): Charleston Gray, few 8.: remain open on Friday, May
:the hook and went to bed. Garrisonian, 12-16 lb. average,
few $2.50 to $3; 17-25 lbs., $3' Acosta denied the insubordi-

to $3.50, mostly $3.25; 26-32 Ibs., nation charge, explaining that
few, $3.50 to1.. he misunderstood Massey's instructions
Some shipments rolled unsold. since the Friday

in Shipments yesterday from Flo- night program did not include
every r rida: rail, 10 carlots; truck, teenage dancing as the Recrea- 12 E. UNIVERSITY AVENUE

254. ion Center's program did. -

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demonstrations in four Korean country under marUallaw.I I Less violent demonstrationsbroke army took personal com UCB
I MIAMI (AP-Florida's Republican -|Presidential Primary would tendto provincial cities today and Pres I More than 6,000 students over- out in Inchon, Pusan and mand of the city under the military a. .
i National ,Convention unite the Florida party organization Chunchon. More than 2,000 high decree.
: delegates "meet in Winter Park behind him. school and college students. The outburst in Seoul Wednesday
Sunday for a possible showdownover were involved. was by far the most serious ,
Some delegates still were irritated For .
Our Personal
I" which of the 34 delegate by ,his rejection of the SHAKY GROOM SAYS W0 Heavy troop reinforcementskept challenge to Park's regime.At '
remain in the of Sen. Bar first the students demanded 'w
f Seoul ,
camp quiet enforcing mar
party slate, which qaused it to '
ry Goldwater, R-Ariz. be listed. in the "unpledged" TO SOBBING BRIDEMANCHESTER tial law proclaimed by Park'in cancellation of talks with Ko Brand of Service : .
I The.slate,once solidly pledged column of the second primary the capital after 30,000 students rea's ancient enemy, Japan, .M"
F to the Arizona Senator, cooled ballot. England (AP) David Swindells, 27, and adults rioted Wednesday.More aimed at restoring diplomaticand .M,'"
relations. But We Want "-
i toward him when he endorseda I said "No," he wouldn't take Diane Garden to be his wedded than 600 police and dem- commercial You To
rival slate .backed by U. S. Pawley said the California victory onstrators and 91 in the past month the protests
wife and walked out of the Congregational Church Wednes were injured Know Our !
Rep William C..Cramer in the for Goldwater would have I day. persons: were arrested. have broadened to complaintsof Employees ,-?.
second primary. the psychological effect of helping Blonde Diane burst Into tears. After an emergency Cabinet police rule, dictatorship, official ,..
The Cramer slate was soundly to unite the splintered Florida The minister shepherded the weeping bride and her meeting today, a' Cabinet corruption, inflation and .
defeated in 10 of Florida's 12 party organization. I father into the vestry and then ran after the bridegroom.After spokesman said martial law unemployment. ...
Congressional Districts by the 'He said he believed hurt feel a while the minister came back and told the guests:. would be extended to the rest ., ,. .
party slate, headed by Miami ings would come second to the "There will be no wedding today." of the country if the demonstrations r.r. ;
millionaire William D. Pawleyand delegates' actual exercise of "I don't want to talk about it," said David at his home continued. C&awsuil1e Slttt .
Tom Brown their convention votes. "I havea ,
Republican later. Dust-covered trucks moved MOVES MERCHANDISEGRAND f ;
State Chairman. I very substantial assurance Diane's parents took her home. troops into the capital duringthe
It was uncertain whether Gold-I,that most will vote for Gold- "We' don't want to talk about it,"said a relative. night.Troops with fixed bay- J. ) "
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-_ JOHN R. HARRISON, PresldeA' and
THE POLITICIANS were watching the margin of Gold-
w k-tblUheri PAT COWLES. Vlco Presldealt 0Nrw V ark mtmr1!
_. ED JOHNSOX. Tie PrciUcat water's lead with great attention all through Tuesday night.
:' Florida's Beautiful $ad Eiee tlT. Edited W. G. (BIO) By JAMES RESTOS -For while they agreed early in the evening that he was

ti- i i'' EBEKSOLE. Tie President and Ado LOS ANGELES The conservative wing of the Republican going to win, they felt that the margin of his victory was
TAKTAGXJONE.
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=:: University City 1 TtrtUlDf. Tie Director President and Circular I By RALPH McGILL: I Party, denied the presidential nomination for a genera extremely important.As .

roes liiniftr. PoIUier the Atlanta Prix,Winning(Ga.) ConiUtnUoa PmbliiberOf tion under Sen. Robert A. Taft of Ohio, now seems reason- Meade Alcorn of Connecticut, former Republican Na-
..' ably sure of capturing it in 1964 under Sen. Barry Goldwaterof tional Chairman, said, "If Goldwater wins 51 per cent of the
-: THE SUN'S POLICY Arizona.A it's wide convention."
vote or less, a open
::: 1. Report the news fully and impartially in the news columns. NehruAnd quick check of influential Republican leaders after Gold. In some ways President Johnson has been a better prophet
-' 2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in-editorials. water's apparent defeat of Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller of about the Republican race than many other observers. He
'M:' 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. New York here emphasized these points: has been saying since last Easter that he thought the Senatorwas
concentrating where he was strong and that more than
: The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 AMemory -GOLDWATER HAS a solid first-ballot commitment of likely he would be nominated.

=. Want Ads-376-4672 about 540 delegate votes and with California's 86, he has

w Y 626 -just short of the 655 needed to nominate.The GOLDWATER STARTED his campaign for the presidencyin

pros feel that there are enough available delegates January by promising that he would give the country"a
Alice in Appalachia or delegates that can be made available in the next 40 choice and not an echo" of the liberal philosophy of his

days in the normally conservative Republican Middle Democratic opponents. This now seems to be the trend of

E-. "Poverty depends," said Alice in and plenty of loving and we thoughtwe several In the weeks autumn in of India 19511 spent West to put Goldwater over... the American political scene.
most -There will be a major effort behind the scenes to block Ever since 1940 the Republican presidential nominees have
: Appalachia. Of course that hadn'tbeen were getting on our feet, with or of them in a small village
this drift to the front-running Goldwater, but neither Gov. accepted most of the welfare state reforms of the Rooseveltera
= her name before she went without shoes. But the government called Mahewa. This was during William Scranton of Pennsylvania nor Ambassador Henry but now, if Goldwater does go through and get the nomination -

through the looking glass into na- should know better than we do the period of India's first Cabot Lodge ,of Massachusetts has shown any eagerness to there is likely to be a polarization of American politics

w- tional politics. Her name had been whether we're poor or not. They'vegot election. Nehru, the now dead play any part in a "Stop-Goldwater" movement.IT with President Johnson trying to hold the left and the '
: leader and the last emotionaltie center and the Republicans moving to the right under the
Mrs. William Marlow, of Rocky the figures. So now we're officially
with Gandhi, was speaking WAS UNDERSTOOD that President Johnson also in- leadership of Goldwater.
-. Mount, N. C., but that was before poor. I think you feel the same politically and educationally.There terprets the California presidential primary results in this THE RIGHT

Ishe became a symbol and before thee but you have more visitors." was vast illiteracy. The same way, and is now inclined to assume that Goldwater will = ON =

I- president had stopped for a cup of political parties had symbols be his opponent in the November election.

:. tea. "How come you are a national which voters could identifyan Goldwater surprised the pollsters, and most of the reporters Who Comes we
... this who he would lose in ,.
statistic of poverty when you are elephant, a plow, a water including one, thought
buffalo. It was an absorbing California to Rockefeller, but he still predicted that there
"Depends on what?" asked the Re- going to make $4,000 this
: gross year experience to watch Nehru in would be a "greater and greater Stop-Goldwater movement"
: porter, who was really the Mad Hat- instead of just $3,000 said the action. between now and the Republican convention in San Fran-
?
After Nehru
ter. All reporters are at least a little Mad Hatter quickly adding up his: On the last day in India an cisco starting July 13.

bit mad. own salary which came to just $3- invitation came to lunch at the No doubt this is true. The ideological split in the party t
has not been healed but accentuated this .
by campaign.But
Prime
001 without account Minister's home. There
? pad
expense WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY JR.
By ,
former Vice President Nixon, who has had a quiet
"Depends on whether become ding. were a dozen other guests,
you alliance with Goldwater in California, cannot now oppose
members of an educational Someone, one would hope, nationalistic Hindu masses,
a national statistic, said Alice. him, and the Arizonan will go into the nominating conven-
commission. Afterwards there much unlike him but and clearly it did. But it quite
"When you are a national statisticthe "Figures aren't the same on this tion with such a long lead in delegate votes that few of his very ;
was time for an interview with that, alas, is unlikely. It is obviously touched also n o n-
children have to take their shoes side of the looking glass," said Alice, Nehru. Old notebooks, kept Republican defeat him.opponents are likely to risk an open movementto correctly predicted that Mr. down-trodden, nonnationalstic -

I and stockings off and you have to looking at her own figure sadly. from that time, contain this Nasser will succeed Nehru as Anglo-Saxon intellectuals,

i.. hang the washing in the front yardif "They're upside down and backwards.But entry: OHIO AND WISCONSIN are now critical for Goldwater.Both leader of the neutralist world, who have wept over Mr. Neh-

you have company, to show you the way the government adds it state delegations are committed to favoritesonsOhio and although that cannot ru's grave tears that go far

are officially'poor.." up we're downright pore, even if wedon't "ON THE OCCASIONS I to Gov. James Rhodes ((58 votes) and Wisconsin ((30 votes) make things much worse, it beyond punctilio.
heard him speak I had noted does not make them much
to John W. .
Rep. Byrnes.It
feel like it. the sensitive, handsome, al- better, as Mr. Nasser's recent NEHRU WAS, it is said, be-
is known that in both of these Goldwater has
"How does it feel to be officially most ascetic face. Up close in delegations treatment of Khrushchevso loved of his people, and that
powerful support and the will be on the Ohio Governor -
poor?" said the Mad Hatter, taking Just then the Queen's Messenger conversation he looks the pressure dele- dramaticallyS)111bolizes. is quite true and let us re-
and the Wisconsin to release
representative enough
a same. Pandit Jawaharlal Nebru Like Nehru, Nasser is a Socialist frain from invidious refer-
arrived with the -
orders for Mad Hat-
copious notes because copious was gates to put the Arizonan over.
is a quiet, almost shy man. ; like Nehru, a compulsive ences to other persons be-
t the only language he happened to ter to attend the daily dogearingon (But he has a temper.) His There are several other reasons why Goldwater will be the nationalist and anti-colo- loved by their people, whose

the White House lawn. As he face has the quality of light- sentimental favorite with the delegates in San Francisco. He nalist; like Nehru, ''a'racist of loss was nevertheless nd great
know."I (
.
I looked back Alice was patriotically ing up when he smiles. It is is personally extremely popular with the professionals in his sorts, though the politer term, loss to mankind's cause. Nehru
haven't got used to it yet sQ I tearing holes in the underwear on a good face, a nice smile. He party. During the years when he was chairman of the cam. preferred by anthropologistsand after all was a very good
Alice. "The children paign finance committee, he made more speeches for the others with syllables to Indian in only a narrow
don't know, said the front clothesline so that it wouldbe talks in a low, wellmodulatedvoice. very
party then anyone else. is' an' "ethnocentrist," sense. He was a good
spare very
had to eat His English is flawless.He .
had always plenty genuinely ragged. ( had a*prestige educationin Also he 'represents those conservatives who held the party like Nehru, Nasser hasn't the, Indian in respect of gettingthe

England.) He is tall, slim, together during the long days of Democratic control under slightest moral appreciationof British the hell and gone
Presidents Franklin D. Roosevelt and Harry S. Truman. the struggle for the world.It from India. He was not a very
? and makes a really impres-
I Army Against Marriage sive quite unlike During this period of the thirties and forties, it was the constantly surprises me good Indian in his ensuing regulation -
appearance Republican conservatives primarily from the Middle West that men of the most conspicuous of Indian affairs; or
The Army is reported to be plan- may not agree with the proposed pol- that of the more political up- who provided the opposition in the Congress. But every time moral opacity can do so that, in any case, must be

ning to ask Congress for authorityto icy is .the fact that it discourages from-the-ranks type prime they went to a presidential nominating convention hoping to very well with the obituary the judgment, upon reflection,
promote bachelorhood among marriage.No ministers. He looks and acts nominate Sen. Robert A. Taft of Ohio, a member of the writers. There must indeed of all anti-Marxist and' anti-
like what basically he is more progressive wing of the party was chosen, first Wendell have been some great magicin Communist observers.
the privates and corporals. The en- philosopher, poet, intellectual, Willkie in 1940 and thereafter Gov. Thomas E. Dewey, Gen. Nehru. We are to believe This is the most, important
listment of married men would be matter how much warning and a leader who seeks to Dwight D. Eisenhower and Richard M. Nixon. that it touched downtrodden, thing to bear in mind about

blocked, and new allotments of special anxious parents have given against lead from the intellectual side Nehru, the distinguished Mr.

grocery and housing funds tp marriage on a small income it still }- not the emotional or dema, Masani, member of the Indian

the lower four grades on the Army happens with amazing frequency.One 'gogic. 'ANTI-INTELLECTUALISM IN AMERICA' Parliament, told a small
"He that India's economy last fall Nehru
says group : was a
would not be made. reason is the fact that the chil-
cannot take the fixed Marxist-he believed quite I
dren often are able to recall that the pattern that has evolved in literally in the essential

This would save the Army some same parents have bragged of found- the more industrially advanced Book Larnin' and ThinkingBy dogmas of Marx, including

money and some headaches which ing their own successful marriage on countries. .He believesin Marx's theory of the class

develop when married soldiers run $50 in the banK and a salary of $35a a mixed economy (socialist struggle. He believed in Len
LAUREN SOT "Anti intellectualism In palgn showed that for sub-
a in's theory that colonialism
and private enterprise) for the
into financial trouble. This proposed week. new republic of India, whichis The Cowles NewspapersThe American Life," says Richard stantial segment of the public was the necessary and last
counter to estab- United States Hofstadter in his Stevenson's intellectual
policy runs some confronted with so was new qualities expression of a disintegrating
lished American ideas, however. The tradition still is being maintained caste and other almost many insur- founded by intellectuals, men book of that title (publishedby were a liability instead of capitalist order.

by youngsters who manage to mountable problems. the of learning and scholarship.The Knopf), "is not a constant an asset. The same could un- Granted, he suffusedhis
Founding Fathers used thread but a force fluctuatingin doubtedly be said about JohnF.
Marrism with sort of orI-
is to get through college with wife and Communists and Socialists a
When the Army willing help a are
their wide knowledge of, law, strength and drawing its Kennedy. In American pol- ental mysticism which American
married offciers in the higher grades two children. There may be some demanding total reform now history, science and classical motive power from various itics, brains and appreciationof Liberals found
especially -
with special allotments it seems to illusion in the belief that the successof Nehru knows as they thought in establishing the sources." their use often have beenon endearing. But it was his
dothat this is .
be favoritism to deny *similar helpto a marriage does not depend on the 'I estimate I have impossible.talked to. new government and makingit In our time fear of Commu- the losing side as against belief in dogmatic social 1 s m
initial bankroll and work. nism has been the motive what Hofstadter calls "arrant that is one of the
men in the ranks. Probably a more salary, but if so, 10,000 in four reasons why
persons John Adams, Thomas Jefferson power for a high tide of resentment populism, the mindless obsession the wretched of India
con-
it is
illusion that is still cherished.
deep-seated reason why Congress an weeks, he said. 'And they "
listen.' That Benjamin Franklin, and suspicion of the with 'practicality'. tinue wretched, not having
13
( was years James Madison, John Dickinson life of the mind, condemnation had the opportunity to make

ago.) George Mason and the of professors, scorn of THE SAME ATTITUDE economic progress in a free
others were truly men of the scholarship and witch-hunting could be found in labor unions market society.
THE UNITED STATES consistently attacks scientists. Hofstadter and among farmers. Farmers NEHRU
of the Ageof Reason.AMERICANS on WAS the antf-colonialist -
Voice People gave aid and comfort who won a Pulitzer prize resisted fiercely the first who moved tanks

to India for good, sound have idolized with this work (as also he did efforts of the county agents against the little Portuguese

I reasons. The right-wing groups their Founding Fathers, who for "The Age of Reform" in and the professors to tell them settlement on Goa, smashing

On The Sun's protested that Nehru was so- fought the Revolution and 1955)), says Adlai Stevenson how to farm. They laughedat the local, and utterly contented
Opinion PageOpinions ==== cialistic, that he refused to formed the Constitution. One became the victim of accu- "Textbook farmers." 503-year-old regime Nehruwas

join this country in strong might have expected that, in mulated grievances against the great moralizer who
and comments of Sun readers are welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters American antiintellectualism -
must b. signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter shouldnot condemnation of Communist the light of these beginnings, intellectuals and brain trust- Hofstadter concludes, is refused to rebuke Russia
exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot bt used. The Russia, and that he was not the people of the United States ers "which had festered in founded in democratic institutions when Russia sent her tanks in
Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or "our friend. Most of this was would have maintained a high the American right wing since and egalitarian senti to run over students in Buda-

q intent. nonsense. Nehru knew, when regard for intellectual 1933." ments. pest who clamored for their

1 II Dancing I don't believe Mr. Winn or people of Gainesville. On the he became prime minister, achievement down to the liberties. Nehru was the anti-
i I'' any of the commissioners are eve of my departure for a that India's problems were present. But the fact is that STEVENSON, "a politician Even education itself has nuclearist who made no motion -
I On the Grave? against Sears expansion in this new Army assignment, I wishto massive. There had to be while some of the Revolutionary of uncommon mind and not been without its anti-in- at the famous Belgrade

j city. Most citizens including thank the many citizens of much government directionand leaders were still alivea style," appealed strongly to tellectual virus-in our time conference of the neutral Is t
t EDITOR, Sun: If your :May myself will take the same Gainesville who have assistedme control. This was social- reputation for intellect be- intellectuals. His flair for the especially in the fad for "life powers, to criticize Russia for

27th editorial ideal ""is an obituaryof all stand. This is the problem: ... in making my stay herea istic. But, by the same token, came a political handicap.Still apt phrase was contrastedwith adjustment" courses instead her unilateral resumption of
an may they Does Sears have to have this pleasant and successful one.I he encouraged the development more ironically, the the "fumbling inarticu- of academic learning. One atom testing in 1961.'
rest in peace. HARRELL already congested area at NW will miss the many friendsI of private businessWe breast-beating patriots of our lateness" of Eisenhower's group of educationists looked Nehru was the champion of
SERRILL
13th St. and 10th Ave.? Does have made. I will miss the helped India because own time who extol the early political manner. forward to the day when "the Asian freedom who welcomedthe

Who's Reviving any shopping center member sincere salutation 'of, "Hi Nehru, and the Indian leader- Founding Fathers incessantly, The issue between intellec- aristocratic, cultural traditionof coming to power of the
have to have this area? If so, Sarge," from the man on the ship, created and maintaineda lead the parade of anti-intel- tualism and antiintellectualism education (would be) abandoned. > greatest genocidal maniac in

Zoning Fight? such a statement, to my street, and the enthusiasticwave representative government.Their lectualism which continues as was heightened by "Nixon ." The emphasis was on the history of the world, the
knowledge has never been of, "Here comes Mr. elections were held on a strong element in our with his gregarious "Check practical work and life adjust- same great believer in peace-

r' EDITOR Sun: It has been published.No Sergeant Blum," from my schedule. They were honestly national life. ers' speech, his sure touch ment, not scholarship. Pupils ful relations with the Communists

verified that the interested the ones who are promoting daughter's grade school companions held. Now and then local corruption It is perhaps understandable for the philistine cliche and who showed intellectual ,curiosity who sat by impotent,
individuals are again,working a shopping center at I will miss the, reached into the ballot that in the rough and his crass eulogies of his senior were to be ignored in depending finally on military

to revive the NW 13th St.- the NW 13th St. and lath Ave. "What can I do for the box. Those the ready Nineteenth Century, partner.ly favor of teaching the mass help from the West he abhor-
10th Ave. zoning controversy. location are those who own Army?" from the many bush ceptions. were ex- when the American continentwas welcomed by his party how to get along in the world. red and condemned to shore

In one of your editorials be- the property. It .is just that nessmen, and the welcome being opened for settle- The tone of the Republican up his northeastern frontier

,: fore the city election you endorsed simple. words of the many patriotic INDIA HAS border ment, "book larnin' wouldbe campaign of 1952. by com- MUCH OF THIS philosophy, after the Red Chinese aggression
long
Mr. Winn with the ex- MABEL P. STEELE young men of Gainesville, a held in less esteem than parison seemed to endow even which stems from John Dew ;,and declined to help Ti-
. ception of his stand against "Let's go Army." with Red Communist China. Side by side the manly virtues needed for Truman's shameless baitingof ey in large part, still pervades bet, or even protest against its
was a
Sears expansion in Gainesville. He'll Miss Although I leave for parts and program- fighting Indians, exploring Wall Street with a touchof education. English is supposed annihilation. -
Several days later, a resi- unknown, a democratic one. Nehru, virgin lands and setting up old-fashicned dignity. ." to be severely practical IT IS NEHRU whose, taste
His Town and India shocked when
dent of eight months expressed Florida is State, were frontier governments and Stevenson's smashing defeat "communication skills"; sci- in men was expressed by his
my the
her concern in "Voice of EDITOR, Sun: Not being a slowly developing feud be- courts. was seen by many of ence the "simple science of devotion to the misanthropic
about Sears in- Gainesville, my home. tween China and. Russia produced his everyday life" literature is little West-hater Krishna
the People' prolific writer, I find it ex- supporters as a repudiation ; Men-
ability to expand in Gaines- tremely difficult: to put ,into s.sGT. HERMAN R BLUM a Chinese attack on his WHAT IS HARDER to un- of intellectuals by the to deal with modern life; .civics on, a man so warped In guile
ville. words my feelings about the Army Recruiter borders. This strengthened the derstand is the continued people. But Hofstadter opinesin history and political science and bitterness that the Indian
Indian determination to re prevalence of this suspicion of retrospect that there was are combined I in "com- people finally rose-and told

main independent of any alliance the intellect in the middle of no reason to believe Steven- munity life problems", etc. their beloved Nehru that this
POTOMAC FEVERBy but to hold fast to the Twentieth Century in son's style, wit and Integritywere The basic keynote in all this was the single emolument of

their own representative gov politics, religion business and anything but assets Is anti-intellectuaL The concentration office he would not be permit-
Jack Wilson Cowles
Washington BureauIn ernment. even education. At the moment and that if be had not won a is on method, practice ted. ,

spite of all the fuss about Viet Nam our government stiU isn't thinkingbig. Their problems still are in- anti intellectualismseems reputation on these counts, and doing, rather than on And now we have Nasser

\Vhy not haul the whole country, ever to Africa and let Soapy Williams tend surmountable. India has made to be concentrated his defeat would have been thinking.The as,projected leader of the neutralist -

to it? really significant advances in mostly in the political Right even more complete His. reluctance problem for society is wing. One can be tope
-- and the fundamentalist to assume power in integrating its intellectualsinto ful, and one can be realistic.
Senator Goldwater says we haven't had a new weapon in three years.. What industry and increased food churches but in the past it was "not the right note for its business, religious and Why would Nasser ,feel! respectful -
about this A-bomb that knocks the leaves off the trees and doesn't hurt any production. But the birth rate has cropped up on the Left, the times," Hofstadter believes political life, instead of segre towards, or' even be

body? largely nullifies all progress.We among labor organizationsfarm and his humility was gating them as a class apart afraid of, a West that mourns
-- shall do well to assist organizations, business offered "all too proudly." In our history, except for'the so Bac&ousJy the passing'' of

During Premier Echkol's visit President Johnson is making a big pitch for the govement that has replaced groups and nearly everywhere first few ,years, we have not this predecessor M head of
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JOHN R. HARRISON, President end
fctblUhcri FAT COWLES. "Ie. Frc i- SOUTHBy 0 Nrm lurk \ffntrl THE POLITICIANS were watching the margin of Gold-
dent ED JOHNSOX. Tie President water's lead with great attention all through Tuesday night.

=i Florida's Beautiful i and ExeemUT Edltori W. G. (Bffl I By JAMES RESTON -For while they agreed early in the evening that he was
1 EBEKSOLE. Tic President sad A4TCrtblar LOS ANGELES The conservative wing of the Republican going to win, they felt that the margin of his victory was
-i: .J' o Directors BOB TAKTAGIJONE. -
,University City' I RALPH denied the nomination for .
=: Tic President and Circulation Pmlitl culu..1 Party, presidential a genera- extremely important.As
Manifer. Of the*!Atlanta rrtla (Ga.. tion under Sen. Robert A. Taft of Ohio, now seems reason- Meade Alcorn of Connecticut, former Republican Na-
1 ably sure of capturing it in 1964 under Sen. Barry Goldwaterof tional Chairman said, "If Goldwater wins 51 per cent of the
-:! THE SUN'S POLICY
Arizona.A vote or less, it's a wide open convention."

M 1. Report the news fully and Impartially in the news columns. NehruAnd quick check of influential Republican leaders after Gold- In some ways President Johnson has been a better prophet

-' 2. Express the opinions of the Sun in--but only in-editorials. water's apparent defeat of Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller of about the Republican race than many other observers. He
:' 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. New York here emphasized these points: has been saying since last Easter that he thought the Senatorwas
where he strong and that more than
was
concentrating
: The Sun's telephones: All Department! -372-8441 AMemory
-GOLDWATER HAS a solid first-ballot commitment of likely he would be nominated.
E, Want Ads-376-4672 about 540 delegate votes and with California's 86, he has

626 -just short of the 655 needed to nominate.The GOLDWATER STARTED his campaign for the presidencyin

pros feel that there are enough available delegates January by promising that be would give the country"a
Alice in Appalachia or delegates that can be made available in the next 40 choice and not an echo" of the liberal philosophy of his

days in the normally conservative Republican Middle Democratic opponents. This now seems to be the trend of
In the autumn of 1951 I
spent
"Poverty depends," said Alice in and plenty of loving and we thoughtwe several weeks in India West to put Goldwater over, the American political scene. "
mostof -There will be a major effort behind the scenes to block Ever since 1940 the Republican presidential nominees have
: Appalachia. Of course that hadn'tbeen were getting on our feet, with or them in a small village
this drift to the front-running Goldwater, but neither Gov. accepted most of the welfare state reforms of the Rooseveltera
: her name before she went without shoes. But the government called Mahewa. This was dur- William Scranton of Pennsylvania nor Ambassador Henry but now, if Goldwater does go through and get the nomination

through the looking glass into na- should know better than we do ing the period of India's first Cabot Lodge of Massachusetts has shown any eagerness to there is likely to be a polarization of American politics

: tional politics. Her name had been whether we're poor or not. They'vegot election. Nehru, the now dead play any part in a "Stop-Goldwater" movement.IT with President Johnson trying to hold the left and the

::: Mrs. William :Marlow, of Rocky the figures. So now we're official. leader and the last emotionaltie center and the Republicans moving to the right under the
with Gandhi, was speaking WAS UNDERSTOOD that President Johnson also in- of Goldwater.
leadership
:. Mount, N. C., but that was before ly poor. I think you feel the same politically and educationally.There terprets the California presidential primary results in this RIGHT

: she became a symbol and before the but you have more visitors." was vast illiteracy. The same way, and is now inclined to assume that Goldwater will = ON THE =

: president had stopped for a cup of political parties had symbols be his opponent in the November election.

I : tea. "How come you are a national which voters could identify Goldwater surprised the pollsters, and most of the reporters Who Comes G

-. statistic of poverty when you are an elephant, a plow, a water including this one who thought he would lose in {
buffalo. It was an absorbing California to Rockefeller, but he still predicted, that there
"Depends on what?" asked the Re- going to make $4,000 this
gross year experience to watch Nehru in would be a "greater and greater Stop-Goldwater movement"
: porter, who was really the Mad Hat- instead of just $3,000 said the action. between now and the Republican convention in San Fran-
After NehruIBy
ter. All reporters are at least a little Mad Hatter, quickly adding up his On the last day in India an cisco starting July 13.

: bit mad. own salary which came to just $3- invitation came to lunch at the No doubt this is true. The ideological split in the party ,
.. Prime has not been healed but accentuated by this campaign.But .
001 without account pad- Minister's home. There
expense WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY JR.
former Vice President Nixon, who has had a quiet ,
:.. were a dozen other guests,
"Depends on whether you become ding.
alliance with Goldwater in California, cannot now oppose
: national statistic said Alice. members of an educational Someone, one would hope nationalistic Hindu masses,
a him, and the Arizonan will go into the nominating conven-
-' commission. Afterwards there much unlike him but and it did. But it quite
clearly
"When you are a national statisticthe "Figures aren't the same on this tion with such a long lead in delegate votes that few of his very ;
was time for an interview with that, alas, is unlikely. It is obviously touched also n o n-
children have to take their shoes side of the looking glass," said Alice, Nehru. Old notebooks, kept Republican defeat him.opponents are likely to risk an open movementto correctly predicted 'that Mr. down-trodden, nonnationalstic -

and stockings off and you have to looking at her own figure sadly. from that time, contain this Nasser will succeed Nehru as Anglo-Saxon intellectuals,

hang the washing in the front yardif "They're upside down and backwards.But entry: OHIO AND WISCONSIN are now critical for Goldwater. leader of the neutralist world who have wept over Mr. Neh-

you have company, to show you the way the government dds it Both state delegations are committed to favoritesonsOhio and although that cannot ru's grave tears that go far

are officially'poor." up we're downright pore, even if wedon't "ON THE OCCASIONS I to Gov. James Rhodes (58 votes) and Wisconsin ((30 votes) make things much worse, it beyond punctilio.
much
heard him speak I had noted does not make them
to John W. .
Rep. Byrnes.It
feel like it. the sensitive, handsome, almost better, as Mr. Nasser's recent NEHRU WAS, it is said, be-
"How does it feel to be officially ascetic face. Up close in is known that in both of these delegations Goldwater has treatment of Khrushchev loved of his people and thatis
and the will be the Ohio Governor
powerful support on -
J poor" said the Mad Hatter, taking Just then the Queen's Messenger conversation he looks the and the Wisconsin representative pressure to release enough dele- so dramatically symbolizes. quite true-and let us re-
same. Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru Like Nehru, Nasser is a Socialist frain from invidious references
arrived with
orders for the
Mad Hat-
; copious notes because copious was gates to put the Arizonan over.
is a quiet, almost shy man. ; like Nehru, a compul- to other persons be-
t the only language he happened to ter to attend the daily dogearingon (But he has a temper.) His There are several other reasons why Goldwater will be the sive nationalist and 'antl- o- loved by their people,. whose

know."I the White House lawn. As he face has the quality of light- sentimental favorite with the delegates in San Francisco. He nalist; like Nehru, 'a',racist of loss was nevertheless nd great

I looked back Alice was patriotically ing when he smiles. It is is personally extremely popular with the professionals in his sorts, though the politer term, loss to mankind's cause. Nehru -
up
haven't got used to it yet I party. During the when he was chairman of the campaign ,
sp tearing holes in the underwear on a good face, a nice smile. He years preferred by anthropologistsand after all was a very good
Alice. "The chil- finance committee, he made more speeches for the others with syllables to Indian in only a narrow
don't know said the front clothesline so that it wouldbe talks in a low, wellmodulatedvoice. very
then else. "
party anyone is'' an "ethnocentrist sense. He was a good
had to eat His English is flawless.He spare very
dren had always plenty genuinely ragged. ( had a"prestige educationin Also he 'represents those conservatives who held the party like Nehru, Nasser hasn't the Indian in respect of gettingthe

together during the long days of Democratic control under slightest moral appreciationof British the hell and gone
England.) He is tall, slim,
Presidents Franklin D. Roosevelt and Harry S. Truman. the struggle for the world.It from India. He was not a very
I ? and makes a really impres-
Army Against Marriage sive quite unlike During this period of the thirties and forties, it was the constantly surprises me good Indian in his ensuing regulation -
appearance Republican conservatives primarily from the Middle West that men of the most conspicuous of Indian affairs; or
The Army is reported to be plan- may not agree with the proposed pol- that of the more political up- who provided the opposition in the Congress. But every time moral opacity can do so that, in any case, must be

ning to ask Congress for authorityto icy is ,the fact that it discourages fromtheranks type prime they went to a presidential nominating convention hoping to very well with the obituary the judgment, upon reflection,
promote bachelorhood among marriage.No ministers. He looks and acts nominate Sen. Robert A. Taft of Ohio, a member of the writers. There must indeed of all anti-Marxist and anti-
like what basically he is more progressive wing of the party was chosen, first Wendell have been some great magicin Communist observers.
the and corporals. The en-
privates philosopher, poet, intellectual, Willkie in 1940 and thereafter Gov. Thomas E. Dewey, Gen. Nehru. We are to believe This is the most important
listment of married men would be matter how much warning and a leader who seeks to Dwight D. Eisenhower and Richard M. Nixon. that it touched downtrodden, thing to bear in mind about

blocked, and new allotments of special anxious parents have given against lead from the intellectual side Nehru, the distinguished Mr.

grocery and housing funds to marriage on a small income it still >- not the emotional or dema Masani, member of the Indian

the lower four grades on the Army happens with amazing frequency.One gogic. 'ANTHNTELLECTUALISM IN_ Al\IEE-ICA' Parliament, told a small
"He says that' India's economy group last fall: Nehru was a
would not be made. reason is the fact that the chil-
cannot take the fixed Marxist-he believed quite I
dren often are able to recall that the pattern that has evolved in literally in the essential

This would save the Army some same parents have bragged of found- the more industrially ad- Book Larnin' and ThinkingBy dogmas of Marx, Including

money and some headaches which ing their own successful marriage on vanced countries. .He believesin Marx's theory of the class

develop when married soldiers run $50 in the banK and a salary of $35a a mixed economy (socialist struggle. He believed in Len
LAUREN SOTS "Anti intellectualism in showed
and for the paign that for a sub- in's theory that colonialismwas
private enterprise)
into financial trouble. This proposed week. new republic of India, which The Cowles NewspapersThe American Life," says Rich stantial segment of the public the necessary and last

policy runs counter to some estab- is confronted with so United States was ard Hofstadter in his new Stevenson's intellectual qualities expression of a disintegrating

lished American ideas, however. The tradition still is being main- caste and other almost many insur- founded by intellectuals, men book of that title (publishedby were a liability instead of capitalist order.

tained by youngsters who manage to mountable problems. the of learning and scholarship.The Knopf), "is not a constant an asset. The same could un- Granted, he suffused
Founding Fathers used thread but a force fluctuatingin doubtedly be said about JohnF.
his Marrism with sort of oriental .
When the Army is willing to help get through college with a wife and Communists and Socialists are a
their wide knowledge of law, strength and drawing its Kennedy. In American pol- mysticism which Amer.
married offciers in the higher grades two children. There may be some demanding total reform now history, science and classical motive power from various itics, brains and appreciationof ican Liberals found especially -

with special allotments it seems to illusion in the belief that the successof Nehru knows as they thought in establishing the sources." their use often have beenon endearing. But it was his
dothat
this is .
.
be favoritism to deny 'similar helpto a marriage does not depend on the impossible. new government and makingit In our time fear of Commu- the losing side as against belief in dogmatic social 1 s m
'I estimate I have talked to
initial bankroll and work. nism has been the motive what Hofstadter calls "arrant that is one of the
men in the ranks. Probably a more salary, but if so, 10,000 in four reasons why
persons John Adams, Thomas Jef- power for a high tide of re- populism, the mindless ob- the wretched of India
deep-seated reason why Congress it is an illusion that is still cherished. weeks,' he said. 'And they con
listen.' That 13 ferson, Benjamin Franklin, sentment and suspicion of the session with 'practicality'. tinue wretched, not having
( was years James Madison, John DIck- life 0: the mind, condemnation had the opportunity to make
ago.) inson, George Mason and the of professors, scorn of THE SAME ATTITUDE economic progress in a free
others were truly men of the scholarship and witch-hunting could be found in labor unions market society.

Voice of the THE UNITED STATES con. Age of Reason.AMERICANS attacks on scientists. Hofstadter and among farmers. Farmers NEHRU WAS the antl-colo-
sistently gave aid and comfortto resisted the first
People who won a Pulitzer prize fiercely nialist who moved tanks
India for good, sound have idolized with this work (as also he did efforts of the county agents against the little Portuguese

I reasons. The right-wing groups their Founding Fathers, who for "The Age of Reform" in and the professors to tell them settlement on Goa, smashing

I On The Sun's protested that Nehru was socialistic fought the Revolution and 1955)), says Adlai Stevenson how to farm. They laughedat the local, and utterly contented
Opinion Page* that he refused to "Textbook farmers.
formed the Constitution. Ole became the victim of accu- 500-year-old regime. Nehru

join this country in strong might have expected that, in mulated grievances against was the great moralizer who
Opinions and comments of Sun readers are welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters American anti-intellectual-
must bt signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter shouldnot condemnation of Communist the light of these beginnings, intellectuals and brain trust- ism, Hofstadter concludes, is refused to rebuke Russia
exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The Russia, and that he was not the people of the United States ers "which had festered in founded in democratic Institutions when Russia sent her tanks in
Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it. without changing the writer's meaning or "our friend." Most of this was would have maintained a high the American right wing since and egalitarian senti- to run over students in Buda-

intent. nonsense. Nehru knew, when regard for intellectual 1933." ments. pest who clamored for their

DancingOn I don't believe Mr. Winn or people of Gainesville. On the he became prime minister, achievement down to the liberties. Nehru was the anti-
z any of the commissioners are eve of my departure for a that India's problems were present. But the fact is that STEVENSON, "a politicianof Even education itself has nuclearist who made no motion
the Grave? against Sears expansion in this new Army assignment, I wishto massive. There had to be while some of the Revolutionary uncommon mind and not been without its anti-in at the famous Belgrade

city. Most citizens including thank the many citizens of much government direction leaders were still alivea style," appealed strongly to tellectual virus-in our time conference of the neutral I s t
EDITOR, Sun: If your May myself will take the same Gainesville who have assistedme and control. This was social- reputation for intellect be- intellectuals. His flair for the especially In the fad for "life powers to criticize Russia for I
27th editorial "is
an obituaryof stand. This is the problem: in making my stay herea istic. But. by the same token came a political handicap.Still apt phrase -was contrasted adjustment" courses instead her unilateral resumption of

an in ideal, may they all Does Sears have to have this pleasant and successful one.I he encouraged the development more ironically, the with the "fumbling inarticu- of academic learning. One atom testing in 1961. I
i rest
I peace.SERRILL HARREU, already congested area at NW will miss the many friendsI of private businessWe breast-beating patriots of our lateness" of Eisenhower's group of educationists looked Nehru was the champion of
\I 13th St. and 10th Ave.? Does have made. I will miss the helped India because own time, who extol the early political manner. forward to the day when "the, Asian freedom who welcomed I

Wlio-s RevivingZoning any shopping center member sincere salutation 'of, "Hi Nehru, and the Indian leader- Founding Fathers incessantly, The issue between intellectualism aristocratic, cultural traditionof the coming to power of the I
have to have this area? If so, Sarge" from the man on the ship, created and maintaineda lead the parade of anti-intel- and anti-intellectual- education (would be) aban. greatest genocidal maniac in ,

Fight? such a statement, to my street, and the enthusiasticwave representative government.Their lectualism which continues as ism was heightened by "Nixon doned." The emphasis was on the history of the world, the

knowledge has never been of, "Here comes Mr. elections were held on a strong element in our with his gregarious "Check- practical work; and life adjust- same great believer in peace ,

EDITOR, Sun: It has been published. Sergeant Blum," from my schedule. national life. ers' speech, his sure touch ment, not scholarship. Pupils ful relations with the Communists
They honestly
verified that the interested No, the ones who are promoting daughter's grade school com- held. Now and then were local corruption It is perhaps understandable for the philistine cliche and who showed intellectual ,curiosity who sat by impotent,
I will miss the, and his crass eulogies of his senior were to be ignored In depending
individuals are again working a shopping center at panions. reached into the ballot that in the rough finally on military
to revive the NW 13th St.- the NW 13th St. and 10th Ave. "What can I do for the box. Those the ready Nineteenth Century, partner.ly favor of teaching the mass help from the West be abhorred -
10th Ave. zoning controversy.In location are those who own Army?" from the many busI- were ex- when the American continentwas welcomed by his party how to get along in the world. and condemned to shore
ceptions.
one of your editorials be- the property. It .is just that nessmen, and the welcome being opened for settle- The tone of the Republican up his northeastern frontier

I fore the city election you endorsed simple. words of the many patriotic INDIA HAS border ment, "book larn n' wouldbe campaign of 1952. by comparison MUCH OF THIS philosophy, after the Red Chinese aggression .
Mr. Winn with the exception MABEL P. STEELEHe'll young men of Gainesville, a long held in less esteem than seemed to endow even which stems from John Dew. ; ,and declined help Ti-
;J of his stand against "Let's go Army." with Red Communist China: Side by side the manly virtues needed for Truman's shameless baitingof ey in large part, !till pervades bet, or even protest against its
was a
t Sears expansion in Gainesville. Miss Although I leave for parts programand fighting Indians, exploring Wall Street with a touchof education. English is supposed annihilation. .

I i Several days later, a resi- unknown, a democratic one. Nehru, virgin lands and setting up old-fashJcned dignity. ." to be severely practical IT IS NEHRU whose taste
His Town and India shocked when
were
dent of eight months expressed Florida is State, frontier governments and Stevenson's smashing defeat "communication skills"; sci- in men was expressed by his
her concern in "Voice of EDITOR, Sun: Not being a my the slowly developing feud be- courts. was seen by many of ence the "simple science of devotion to. the misanthropic
I the People"' about Sears inability prolific writer, I find it extremely Gainesville my home. tween China and Russia produced his supporters as a repudiation everyday life"; literature is little West-hater Krishna Men-

to expand in Gaines difficult to put into S-SGT. HERMAN R. BLUM a Chinese attack on his WHAT IS HARDER to un- of intellectuals by the to deal with modern life; ,civics on, a man so warped in guile

ville. words my feelings about the Army Recruiter borders. This strengthened the derstand is the continued people. But Hofstadter opines history and political science and bitterness that the Indian
Indian determination to remain prevalence of this suspicion of in retrospect that there was are combined in "com people finally itwandt"01 d

Independent of any alliance the inject in the middle of no reason to believe Steven- munity life problems", etc. their beloved Nehru that this
POTOMAC FEVERBy but to bold fast to the Twentieth Century in son's style wit and integritywere The basic keynote In all this was the single emolument of

their own representative government politics, religion business and anything but assets is anU-IntellectuaL The 'concentration office he would not be permit
Jack Wilson, Cowles
Washington BureauIn even education. At the mo- and that if he had not won a is on,method' practice -- ted.And

spite of all the fuss about Viet Nam our government still isn't thinkingbig. Their problems still are in- ment anti intellectualismseems reputation on these counts, and doing rather than on now we have Nasser

\Vhy not haul the whole country ever to Africa and let Soapy Williams tendto surmountable. India has made to be concentrated his defeat would have been thinking.The projected leader of the neutralist

it? really significant advances in mostly in the political Right even more complete. His reluctance problem for society is wing. One can be'hope
-- and the fundamentalist to assume power In integrating its intellectuals! (ul, and one can be realistic.
Senator Goldwater says we haven't had a new weapon in three years. What Industry and increased food churches but In the past it was "not the right note for into its business, religious,and Why would Nasser feel respectful -

about this A-bomb that knocks the leaves off the trees and doesn't hurt anybody production. But the birth rate has cropped up on the Left, the times," Hofstadter believes political life, instead of segre- towards, or even be

? largely nullifies all progress.We among labor organizationsfarm and his humility; was gating them as a class apart. afraid of, a West that mourns
shall do well to assist organizations, business offered "all too proudy.IJVUU"I. ] In our history, except for'the .e wefcieaely the passing of

During Premier Echkol's visit President Johnson is making a big pitch for the governent that has replaced groups and nearly everywhere first few,years, ire have)8ft 0'' ttfc yiiJUotigpr bstof
Israel's friendship. In Texas they call it working 'on the Levi. Nehru. else. : the cam done so wefl. <* -the _, laW; w.wt ,=." .

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COLORED NEWSB. Grant M. Gcdwin, associate vis, pastor; Mrs. M.. E. Middle, lowing a lingering illness. Mrs. )
1e State 4-H Club agent; Doby ton, reporter. James has lived in Gainesville,
., iun Flowers Leon County; Dr. Cli- for a number of years and will
Oiaimsuil1c nita A. Ford, head of,the Schoolof be deeply missed by all. Funeral

.. F. Childs, Colored News Editor Home Economics, FAMU; < b. tuar es arrangements are incomplete j
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Aikins Madison
-Jw' PERSONALSMiss tired Miami ,teacher; Mrs. Car Augusta Coun and will be announced la
Rosa Mae Jackson, stu rie Barnes Sloan of Jacksonville ty; Mr. F. E. Myers, assistant FUNERAL SERVICES ter by the Hughes & Chestnut

--, JOHN ,R. HARRISON, President and dent at Florida Memorial Col first vice president of the director, Agricultural Extension Funeral services for Mrs. Funeral Home.
I'AT'COWLES.. Prctt- is home Service; Willie Paul Hill, Sum, Janie Washington, a pioneer cit.
: 2tbnrherl VU lege, at St. Augustine, integrated Florida B apt 1 s t
dents ED JOS.(SON,' Tie FrccUeatat for the summer with her relalives. Women's Council and also vice ter County; and Mrs. A.M ; izen of Alachua, County, who Julius Cook, a pioneer citizenof
:: BeautifulTJniversity i ,:. EICC.UT* EJiUri W. G. (Bill) president of the Women's Con Pettis, associate agricultural: resided at 510 N. W. 7th Ave., the Rutledge Community,
? i EBERSOLE. Vie Fresldeit and AdTtrtlilBf engineer. will be held at the Mt. Carmel died in Alachua General Hospital
''_. Director BOB TABTAG- Rev. G. W..Haile, prominent vention of the General State I
_. City LI 0 1E. Tie rreildent and Clreml. minister of Alachua, was a visitor Baptist Convention; Mrs. Ruby Taking part in Wednesday'sprogram Baptist Church Friday at 4:30 Wednesday
:'' t1eA )tw,er. in the city recently: Elizabeth Pruden, retired Day will be; Mona Bethel,i p.m. with Rev. Wright, pastor, He was a member of the
: THE SUN'S POLICY Rev. Stitt, minister, is attending ., tona teacher; Mrs. Susie Annie Dade County; Earl Lee Davis I officiating. Interment will fol- Greater Ft. Clark Baptist
the Annual Conference of Neely, St. Augustine teacher and Malissia Williams, Colum- low in the Pinegrove Cemetery.She Church.
-: 1. Report*the news fully and impartially in the news columns. the Methodist Church which is who graduated from FMC and bia County, ; Samuel Haywood, was referred to by manyas Duncan Brothers, Morticians,
the Sun in but In-editorials. Sumter County; Shirley Walker, "Mama Janie." will announce funeral arrangements
: 2. Express the opinions of -- only now in session at BethuneCookman took a Master's Degree in Art
: 3. Publish all sides of important controversial !issues. College, at Daytona Beach. at Penn State; Mrs. Velma Lu Putnam County; Raymond Pra Her immediate survivors in- later.
Miss Mattie Willis and Miss cille Hoover Hopkins of Win- ther, Jackson County; Miss clude a niece, Mrs. Lillie Bell
:- The Sun's All 372-8441
telephones Departments
: : Ruth Milton assistant State 4-H NOTICESThe
LaCrosse devoted
Miami Young, ;
both of
Carrie Andrews, ston-Salem, N.C., sister of the
:' Want Ads-376-4672 were flown here yesterday on wife of FMC's President Pur Club agent; Clemontine Gunter, friends: Mr. and Mrs. M. J. choral group of Juvenile
-- a brief visit and outing with year, who spearheaded school! Duval County; Miss Ruth Har- Hollis, city; 8 grandchildren; Lodge No. 113 is asked to
':. Miss Willis' relatives and integration in her city; Mrs ris, family life specialist-; ,42 great-grandchildren; and meet Friday at 5:30 p.m.: at
N Alice in Appalachia friends. Rosa Ann Hawkins of Hastings Brenda Gardner, G a d s d e n many friends. the home of Mrs. Gussie- Ross,

NOTE OF THANKS retired teacher; and Mrs Mary County. Relatives are asked to meetat of 704 S.W.. 5th Terrace for re

: "Poverty depends," said Alice in and plenty of,i loving and we thoughtwe The Greater Bethel A.M.E. Olivia Ross of Detroit, press Participants on the Thursday her residence at 3:45 p. m. hearsal.
hadn'tbeen Church wishes to thank the dent of the Women's Auxiliaryof program will include: Johnny to form the procession to the. The Juvenile Lodge No. 113
Appalachia. Of course that were getting on our feet, with or
Watson, Gadsden County, pre church. is asked to meet the h
members and friends for their the National Baptist Conven- at o m e
T: her name before she went without shoes. But the governmentshould cooperation in making Worn tion, USA. siding; Loomus Rollins, Alach Duncan Brothers, morticians, of Mrs. P. L. Scott, of 614 S. W.

T, through the looking glass into na know better than we do en's Day successful. Thanksare ua County; Mary Williams, Put are in charge. 3rd St., Saturday at 3 p.m.

tional politics. Her name had been whether we're poor or not. They've also extended to the following I 4-H SHORT COURSETALLAHASSEE nam County; Tyrone Weston, During ''the meeting, the dues

Mrs. William Marlow, of Rocky got the figures. So now we're officially persons who assisted in (FAMU) Columbia County; Carolyn Funeral services for Timothy are to be paid in full.
Russ, Hillsborough County; Loretta Hayes, a pioneer citizen of Mt. There will be services heldat
the ,sale of dinners: Mrs. Ollie
Mount N. C. but that' was before I think feel the "Training for Leadership" is
poor. you same Johnson Volusia
Wyche, Mrs. A. M. Pridgen, County; Nebo Settlement, will be heldat the Hope Well Baptist i
4 the theme of the 1964 4-H Short
she became a symbol and before the but you have more visitors. rtrs. Mamie Fields, Mrs. Ethel Course which will be Dr. C. C. Moxley, extension I the Mt. Nebo Methodist i Church June 11 at 8 p.m. in behalf

president had stopped for a cup of McHenry, Mrs. Mildred Lu- June 8.12 at Florida A&M presented Uni economist; Mr. Elkins and Miss Church Saturday at 1 p.m. with of the Sunday, School.

*. tea. "How come you are a national sanne, Mrs. Dorothy Perry, versity. The four-day short Britt, and Barbary A i k ins, Rev. G. W. Haile officiating. Interment During the services, Rev.L. .
I ..... statistic of poverty when you are Rev. W. S. White, pastor. Mrs. course will be under the direction Madison County. will follow in the Mt. W. Washington will' be the
Thursday afternoon will be Nebo Cemetery.His principal speaker.
; "Depends on what?" asked the Reporter going to make $4,000 gross this year A. E. Wingate, reporter.. of Miss Floy Britt, district, marked by the state dress revue immediate survivors in Registration for the Vacation

.. who was really the Mad Hat- instead of just $3,000?" said the FMC GRADUATIONST. home demonstration agent in at 2 p.m. in the Perry-Paige clude his wife, Mrs. Sally I Bible School will be held at the

n : ter. All] reporters are at least a little Mad Hatter, quickly adding up his AUGUSTINE Too charge of special programs, andV. Auditorium and the general assembly Hayes; children, William, Melvin l. Mt. Carmel Baptist Church
.
L. Elkins district in
agent at 7:30: p.m. also in Alvin Thomas, Vernon Saturday from 12 noon to Z
5 bit mad. own salary which came to just $3- many Negroes with college degrees charge of special
< 001 without account pad have gravitated into programs. Perry-Paige Auditorium. The I and Joseph Hayes, all of Alachua p.m. Rev. T. A. Wright, pastor
expense the civil Highlights of the program will presentation> of awards and ; Charees Hayes, Tampa; ; Mrs. Esther W. Hamm, re
teaching, preaching, or
: "Depends on whether you become ding. service of Florida be the Annual Public Speaking certificates and the annual can- Misses Dinah and Doretha porter.
graduates
,
:t ,a national statistic," said Alice. Memorial College were told by Contest Wednesday evening, dlelighting ceremony will highlight Hayes. Ft. Lauderdale; a sis The 11th anniversary of Prayer
"When you are a national statisticthe "Figures aren't the same on this Jerold C. Hoffberger, Baltimore June 10, in Perry Paige 'Auditorium this final session of the ter, Airs. Lenora Golf, Ft. Lauderdale Band No. 2 is being observed

+ children have to take their shoes side of the looking glass," said Alice, industrialist and philanthropistwho and the Annual 4-H short course. ; and a brother, Grant at the Mt. Pleasant Baptist
Club Banquet Tuesday, June 9, Hayes, Alachua. Church with Rev. C. H. Ham
and stockings off and you have to looking at her own figure sadly. delivered the commence-
at 6 in the University Com
p.m. CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSMt. Duncan Brothers morticians ilton, pastor, and Mrs. Carrie
ment address at the institution's72nd ,
'' hang the washing in the front yard "They're upside down and backwards. annual exercises held here mons. The Rev. M. G. Miles, Pleasant Methodist are in charge. Roberson, president, at Chief-
if you have company, to show youare But the way the government adds it May 25.Hoffberger. acting dean of students at Florida Church School, 9:30 a.m.; morning land and will come to a close

officially poor." up we're downright pore, even if we who is presidentof A&M, will be the banquet worship, 11 a.m.; and even- Funeral services for M r s. Sunday.

don't feel like it." the National Brewing Com- 'speaker. ing worship, Communion, 7p.m. Mary Ann Thompson, of Chief- The daily activities are in

"How does it feel to be officially pany and a director of Fairchild Program participants on Monday Rev. W. M. Ferguson, land, sister of Mrs. Sophronia ,'teresting, and several distinguished
will include: Gary McLeon, pastor> Dunbar, whose death occurred
said the Mad Hatter taking Just then the Stratos Corporation, urg persons are appearingin
? Queen's
poor Messenger ed Negro youth to get out 'of.Alachua County; Cherryl Poole, Pilgrim Rest Church of God Monday at 3:30 p.m., will beheld the .
copious notes because copious was arrived with orders for the Mad Hatter the South and take advantageof Volusia County; Anthony Webster in Unity No. 1 There will be Sunday at Chiefland. programs.The

the only language he happened to to attend the daily dogearingon executive openings now to be Jefferson .County; Mary prayer> meeting Friday, 8 p.m. National Ass o c iation
the White House lawn. As he found in industry, business, Islam, Columbia County ; Sunday School, 10 a.m.; morn- Rev. E. B. Daniels of ices- Youth Council will meet to
know."I looked back Alice was patriotically banking, finance, insurance and Charles Wilson and Ronald ing worship, 11 a.m.; 'Communion ropy, died Wednesday June 3, night at 8 o'clock at the Mt.
haven't got used to it yet so Idon't similar fields."I Gardner, Leon County; Marga 3:30: p.m.; H. Y. P.C., at his home following a linger Carmel Baptist Church.
tearing holes in the underwear on am not asking you to forsake ret Johnson, Pinellas County; 5:30 pm.; and night services, ing illness. Rev. Daniels has ad
know said Alice. "The chil the front clothes line so that. it would the South," Hoffberger Miss Britt and Mr. Elkins.On 7:30 p.m. Elder Rufus. Armstrong ministered the word of God for The Citywide Mission a r y
Band will meet at the Bell 1
dren had always had plenty to eat be genuinely ragged. stated. "The training you will Tuesday, these persons pastor; Mrs. Mary a great number ofyears; throug Nursery School on Monday at
receive, the knowledge you will will participate in the program: Hall, reporter. out the state of Florida, and 4:30 .
accure, and the assurance you Dr. George W. Gore Jr., presi Emanuel Baptist Sunday will be deeply missed by all : p.m.The book Is for
I' Army Against Marriage? will develop will provide the dent, FAMU; Hilda Battle, Or School, 10 a.m.; morning worship he came in contact with. members. Mrs.now E. T.open Bell, presIdent new
basis for you to come back and ange County; Charles J. John 11 a.m.; B.T.U., 5 p. m.; Funeral arrangements are in Mrs. F. D. Shannon, re
The Army is reported to be plan. may not agree with the proposed policy take your rightful place in the son, Hamilton County; Eleanor and evening worship, 6:30: p.m. complete and will, be announced porter.;
ning to ask Congress for authorityto is the fact that it discourages economic and social life of the Rhodes, Pinellas County; Marie Choir No. 2 will have its rehearsal later by the Hughes & Chestnut '
South." Stockings, Hillsborough County; Monday, 7:30 pjn.; there Funeral{ Home. The members oi! the. Pall
promote bachelorhood among marriage. To this the speaker added: Ernest Williams, and Harriett will be prayer meeting Tuesday bearers' Lodge No. 54 are askedto
., the privates.' and corporals. The en- "I am asking' you to be com- Brown, Jackson County; James 7:30 p.m.; and Choir, No. Mrs. Florence James of 114 meet at the Mt. Carmel Bap
listment of married men would be No matter how much warning petitive, and to stake your taints Myles, Sylvia Jones and Ronald 1 will have its rehearsal Thurs- N. E. 15th Street, died early tist Church Friday at 3 pjn. to

blocked, and new allotments of spe- anxious parents have given against and your potential on the .... attend the funeral for Mrs. Jul

cial grocery and housing funds to marriage a, small income it still good; intentions of business' ie Washington. Fred Alexander,
introduced by CTUALISDi president Mrs. Ella Drayton,
Hoffberger was ANTI-INI' LL IN AlIERCA'Book ;
the lower four grades on the Army happens with amazing frequency.One .
Marion
the Rev. Bascom, pastorof reporter.
would not be made. reason is the fact that the chil Douglas Memorial Churchin

dren often are able to recall that the Baltimore. Rev. Bascom isan There will be both chitterlings

This would save the Army some same parents have bragged of founding alumnus = FMC, and a Larnin' and Thinking and chicken dinners sold

money and some headaches which their own successful marriage on member of its board of trustees. at the home of Mrs. Mary Watson
Delivering the baccalaureate of 205 S. E. 14th St., Sunday
develop when married soldiers run $50 in the bank and a salary of $35a sermon on the day precedingwas By LAUREN SOTH "Anti intellectualism in paign showed that for a sub- sponsored by the Deacons'

into financial trouble. This proposed week. the Rev. Benjamin F.'Pay- The Cowles NewspapersThe American Life," says Rich stantial segment of the public Board of the Pilgrim

policy runs counter to some established ton, head of the department of United States was ard Hofstadter in his new Stevenson's intellectual qualities Rest Church of God. in UnityNo.

American idea*, however. The tradition still is being main- Sociology of Religion at How founded by intellectuals, men book of that title (publishedby were a liability instead of 1.For.

tained by youngsters who manage to ard University, Washington, of learning and scholarship.The Knopf), "is not a constant an asset. The same could undoubtedly deUvery service, call FR.
D. C. Founding Fathers used thread but a force fluctuatingin be said about JohnF.
When the Army is willing to help get through college with a wife and A native of Orangeburg, S.C., their wide knowledge of' law, strength and drawing its Kennedy. In American politics 21023.
married offciers in the higher grades two children. There may be some the Rev. Payton holds a B.A. history, science and classical motive power from various brains and appreciationof
with special allotments it seems to illusion in the belief that the successof degree from S.C. State, a B.D. thought in establishing the sources." their use often have been CONVALESCING

be favoritism to deny similar helpto a marriage does not depend on the from the Harvard Divinity new government and makingit In our time fear of Commu on the losing side as against
from Columbia what Hofstadter calls "arrant Mr. Ford on N. W. 7th Ave.,
School M.A.
work. nism has been the motive
in the'ranks. Probably a more initial bankroll and salary but if
men
so, who has been ill, was reportedas
and Ph.D. from Yale. populism the mindless obsession
John Adams, Thomas Jef power for a high tide of re II
deep-seated reason why Congress it is an illusion that is still cherished.
improving.
In his sermon, the Rev. Pay- ferson, Benjamin Franklin, sentment and suspicion of the with 'practicality': ,
ton exhorted the graduates not James Madison, John Dick life of the mind, condemnation I Mr. Freeman, who was a pa-
to limit their efforts to personal I inson, George Mason and the of professors, scorn of THE SAME ATTITUDE dent in the Veterans' Hospitalat
success, but to strive also for others were truly men of the scholarship and witch-hunting could be found in labor unions Lake City, was reported, as

Voice of the the extension of human rights Age of Reason.A.'IfERICANS attacks on scientists. Hofstadter and among farmers. Farmers much improved.CONSCIENCE.
People and social justice in America. who won:> Pulitzer prize resisted fiercely the first
"Those of you who have acquired have idolized with this work (as also he did efforts of the county agents
I prison records for their Founding Fathers, who for "The Age of Reform" in and the professors to tell them I I
I .On The Sun's I having participated in civil i l fought the Revolution and 1955)), says Adlai Stevenson how to farm. They 'laughed
Opinion Page rights demonstrations should formed the Constitution. One became the victim of accumulated at "Textbook farmers." ; ac. .
look upon those records as every that in grievances against OF
Opinions and comments of Sun readers are welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters bit as honorable as the degrees might have expected intellectuals and brain trust- American anti-intellectual- ,,.
must be signed and bear the writer address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter shouldnot the light of these beginnings, ism, Hofstadter concludes, is
exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot ba used. The you are about to receive, the people of the United States ers "which had festered in founded in democratic c institutions THESOUTH !' t s
Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or Rev. Payton declared as the I would have maintained a high the American right wing since and egalitarian senti-
intent.
outset. "
regard .for intellectual 1933. ments.
Dancing I don't believe Mr. Winn or people of Gainesville. On the "True love of country does achievement down to the
II '-" any of the commissioners are eve of my departure for a not consist of 'my country, rightor present. But the fact is that STEVENSON, "a politician Eveneducation itself has
t On the Grave? against Sears expansion in this new Army assignment, I wishto wrong'," the baccalaureate while some of the Revolutionary of uncommon mind and not been without its anti-in
EDITOR Sun If city. Most citizens including thank (he many citizens of speaker continued, "but in trying leaders were 'still alive style," appealed strongly to tellectual virus-in our time
27th editorial, "is: an your obituary May ,m.selfill take the same Gainesville who have assisted to right any wrongs com- a reputation for intellect be- intellectuals. His flair for the especially in the fad for "lifeadjustment" I FMttlilr By RALPH McGILL

of an ideal," they all stand. This is the. 'problem: me' in making-my stay herea mitted. Nations are not absolute came political handicap.Still apt phrase was contrasted courses insteadof Ik. AUn&rib.&,Wtartf(Ga.) CMMltltlM rmtHftorOf
rest in peace. may Does Sears have to have this pleasant and successful one. only God." more ironically, the with the "fumbling Inarticu academic learning. One
SERRILLHARRELLWho's already congested area at NW I will miss.the many'friendsI Musical selections for both breast-beating patriots of our lateness" of Eisenhower's group of educationists looked
13th St. and 10th Ave.? Does have made. I will miss the occasions were provided by the own time who extol the early political manner. forward to the day when "the NehruAnd

Reviving any shopping center member sincere salutation of,, "Hi college choir, with solos by Founding Fathers incessantly, The issue between intellec aristocratic, cultural traditionof
have to have this area? If so, Sarge," from the maq on the guest artist James Hall anFbiC lead the parade of anti-intel- tualism and antiintellectualism education (would be) aban
Zoning Fight? such a statement, to my street, and the enthusiasticwave alumnus and nationally lectualism which continues as was heightened by "Nixon doned." The emphasis was on
knowledge has never been ofr "Here comes Mr. noted basso.A a strong element in our with his gregarious "Check practical work and life adjust AMemory
EDITOR, Sun: It has been published.. Sergeant Blum;' from my highlight of the commence national life. ers' speech his sure touch ment, not, scholarship. Pupils
verified that the interested No, the ones who are pro- daughter's grade school com- ment exercises was the bestowal It is perhaps understandable for the philistine cliche and who showed intellectual curi-
]individuals are again working 'moling a shopping center at panions. I will_ miss the, by FMC President R. W. that in the rough and his crass eulogies of his senior osity were to be' ignored in
to revive the NW 13th St.- .the'NW 13UYSL and'10th Are "What can I do for the Puryear, on behalf of the Col- ready Nineteenth Century, partner. favor 'of teaching the mass
10th Ave. zoning controversy.In ,location ;are- those who'own Army?" from the businessmen continentwas how to get'along in the world.
many lege and it board of trustees, when the American ly welcomed by his party In the autumn of 1951 I spent
one of your editorials be- the property., It is just that ,,, and the welcome of meritorious service awards. being opened for settle- The tone of the Republican several weeks in India, mostof
fore the city election you endorsed simple. words of, the 'patriotic would MUCH OF THIS philosophy,
many This year's recipients of Nathan ment, "book larnin' campaign of 1952. by comparison : them in a small village
Mr. Wow with the exception MABEL P. STEELEHe'll men of Gainesville which stems from John Dew-
young W. Collier awards were: be held in less esteem than seemed to endow evesTruman's called Mahewa. This during
was -
of hiS. stand against Miss "Let's go Army." Jerold C. Hoffberger, for his the manly virtues' needed for shameless baitingof ey in large part, still pervades the period of India's first

# I Sears expansion in Gainesville. Although I leave for partsunknown numerous philanthropies and fighting Indians, exploring Wan Street with a touchof education. English is supposed election. Nehru, the now dead
Several days later, a resi- also his work lands and setting to be severely practical
His Town for civil rights in virgin up old-fashioned dignity. leader and the last emotional
dent of eight months 'communic tion skills" science
expressed Baltimore James for his frontier governments and defeat ;
Florida, my State. ; Hall Stevenson's smashing tie
with Gandhi
I her concern in "Voice of EDITOR, Sun: Not being a achievements the "simple science of was speaking
in the world of courts. of
was seen by
I the People' about Sears:'inability prolific writer, I find it extremely Gaines dlle'my home. musiC; the Rev. Benjamin F. his supporters as a many repudiation everyday Ufe"; literature is politically and educationally.There .
to expand in Gaines- difficult to put into S-SGT. HERMAN R. BLUM I to deal with'modern life; civ- was vast illiteracy. The
I Payton, for distinguished scholarship WHAT IS HARDER to understand of intellectuals by the
t ville. words my feelings about the Army Recruiter, and civil rights work in is the ,continuedrecalence people. But Hofstadter opines ics, history and political science political parties had symbols
which voters could
.Nation's Capitol; James H. 'P of this suspicion of in retrospect that there was are combined in "com identifyan -
I POTOMAC FEVER Lewis. president of) the Afro the intellect in the.middle of no reason to believe Steven munity life problems", etc. elephant, a plow, a water
.' American Life Insurance Company the Twentieth Century, .- in son's style, wit and integritywere The basic keynote in all this buffalo. It was *n absorbing

By Jack 'Wilson, eo'wles "Washington BureauIn business leader; Atty. politics, religion, business and anything but assets is anti-intellectual The concentration action.experience to watch Nehru in
Zander J. Shaw of Jackson even education.' 'At the moment and 'that if he had not won a is pn method, practice
spite of aII'the fuss about Viet Nam our government still isn't thinking ville, recently appointed Duval anti intellectualism reputation on these counts, and doing, rather than on On the last day in India an
big. Why not haul the whole country ever to Africa and let Soapy Williams tendto County public defender; Robert seems to be concentrated I his defeat would have been thinking. invitation came to lunch at the

it? ._ Scott, first member of his race mostly ]in the political Right even more complete. His re The problem for society is Prime Minister's home. There
to be elected to the city councilof and the fundament a H s t luctance to assume power in integrating its .intellectuals were a dozen other guests,
Senator Gold wafer says vre haven't had a'new weapon in three y ears. What Lawtey; and Alfred R. Taylor churches but in the past it was "not the right note for into its business religious and members of an educational I Immission.
about this A-bomb that knocks the leaves off the trees and doesn't hurt :mybody newly appointed solicitorfor has cropped up on the Left, the times," Hofstadter believes political life, instead of segre Afterwards theft !

? Duval County. among labor organizations and his humility .was gating them as a class apart.In was,time for an interview with
-- Recipients of Sarah A. Blocker farm organizations, business offered "all too proudly"NEVERTIiiELESS } our history, except for,the Nehru. Old notebooks, kept
During Premier Echkol's visit President Johnson is making a big pitch for Awards for 1964 were: Mrs. groups tad nearly everywhere [ first few years, we have not from,that time, contain Israel's friendship. In Texas they call it working on ,the Levi. Eunice Margaret Tanner re else. the cam- done so well. entry; _


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By RAY ANDERSON is welcome. '- .L
Linda Lashbrook, as Alma I :, .
Last night in Norman Hal!
Winemiller, gives an outstand'ng v :J
,Auditorium, it definitely was performance of a most, de- Pfl I: WI
FIRE REPORT tured one and are questioninghim. Mrs. Lillian Picknell, Island NESI
summer but there was no smoke manding role. Aside of her
Accident Roundup Grove; Henry Ivan Stell, Wil-
I as to the meaning and acting of Herculean task of memorization, Fire Calls liston; Massey Glover, Haw-I BEER MIXESFree
,\ Tennessee Williams' drama, she assumes the rich characterization Involved in accidents reportedby At 9:40 p.m. yesterday, dwell- thorne; Azor Ray McKoone, McIntosh -:I
"Summer and Smoke," is con delineated by Wil- a+ d I' I ,Jnn1 the Gainesville Police Department ing at 4341 Newberry Rd. ; Mrs. Juanita Begue,i Delivery
I liams and 9w and Alachua Coun-
presents a seemingly the
: cerned. The message of the ALACHUA GENERALJune Shamrock; Mrs. Harriet Grif-
effortless performance.Steve ty Sheriff's office in the past Drive-In Window
)I work comes through loud and 1, 196-1 fis, Fairbanks.
24 hours
., clear. Malin gives a fine inter- were: .b BIRTHS DISCHARGED I Supermarket Self-Service

i Aside from_ _ ; pretation as the male lead, John Henry Ahrens, '1103 NW 11th Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Hen- Jessie Stokes, Mrs. Carol; Off-Street Parking
1 the heat, a late Buchanan. The role is less de- A Ave., and an unknown driver at ley, Jr., Apt. 280-4 Corry Vil- Mall, Julius Hubbard, Norene
curtain and manding than that of Alma, but 9 ; ... 11:35 pm. yesterday at 319 NW lage, a boy; Mr. and Mrs. Wil- Girtman, Mrs. M a r g arette I
t some objectionable A Sun it's evident that a professional 7th Ter. ey Langford, 3224 NW 30th Ave., Weaver, Mrs. Nell Phifer, Curl BIGGER SELECTIONLOWER !
\ "posing" i job is done. a girl; Mr. and Mrs. Doyle M. tis A. Dorman, Mrs. .
Jeannine M. Johnson 1428 NE
; by off-stage, bu Review I Argo, 1108 NE 13th Pl., a boy; Baughn, Mrs. Linda Denton:
Others in the that PRICES
cast deserve 14th St., and Sharon A. Hart,
i on-stage, char- Mr. and Mrs. James Estes, Rt. and daughter, Mrs. Rebecca I
special note are Mrs. Basset, 3111 NW 18th St., at NW SixthSt.
acters, the production 1 Box 172; Branford, a girl.ADMITTED Roy Took, Janice McDonald,i
played by Marty Ferguson, and and 16th Ave. at 4:02: p.m. !
t is Mrs. Margene Manning, Eva
sup Iw.J.J.AA
Rosemary, played by Martha
yesterday.
erb. August Staub, the director, Austin. Lula Mae Hines, Sherry Faye Traxler, Mrs. Lula Mae Hines,! -. A
insists upon making his cast Charles R. Black, 1852 NW Mattox, Nancy Elizabeth Hen- Baby Girl Wolfe, Hendrik Mid-, !l.XXXXXXl'rrI'II I
( freeze on the stage at times I The Players' production of 10th Ave., at NW 8th Ave. and ley Irma Mae Langford, Joyce I dlehoven, Clarence Roberts, J..J.JJ XIX .
when they could simply move "Summer and Smoke" does nQt 9 %ay.Y. 18th Ter. at 11:43 a.m. yester- Annette Argo, Harry W. Gross- Mrs. Ethel Bishop, Mrs. Ellen

\ off, relax, and not be a dis falter. moving swiftly to an C day.Hassan man, Carol Ann Days, Regina Oliver, Mrs. Flonce Gay, Mrs. em
traction., and end- Housein Kunaish, 320c Hartman, Dorothy Louise Al- Garna Williams, Lucille D. Mc-
expected disconcerting
I '. Flavet 1, and Maria O. Tomeu, len, William David Elan, W i 1- Kinney, Sherry Faye Mattox. -,
: But this is a minor point. Mr. ng-or is it Another beginning /
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824% E. Univ. Ave. at SW 13th liam Washington Willis, Jon- .
has taken ? Williams has a wonderful
Staub a good Beatle
groupof
,. St. and 2nd Ave. at 8:31: a.m. nie Mae Woods, Johnnie Leonard Bugged
I actors and molded a show I II way of touching the pulse of THE FRIENDLIEST/ PlACE IN
yesterday. Fender, Paul G. Busby, TDWM
and "Summer andSmoke" I
humanity TonsilitisLONDON
that will set Florida Players By
Like number of Gainesville youngsters, and i
a seven- Breaking EnteringThe Mack Cudgo, Charlee lid 0 r a
is
time to no exception.
I standards for some year-old Mary Beth Myrick will have a week's worth following attempted or Hoyt, Mrs. Bertha Barbaree, (AP-Ringo) Starr,"
come. And it raises this point: The sound of and swim stroke instructionsfrom successful breakins drummer of the Beatles musi- Package
production lighting, kicking, breathing were reported all of Gainesville; Gentle Lee, ;I Party
The Players' tradition of no cur and costuming is handled in the people like swim director Foy Stephens, po l- within the past 24 hours: Alachua; Mrs. Katherine Es- cal group, was recovering today;;
tain calls seems unfair. The' effective manner that has be- side onlookers Charlie Dobbs and Bill McDavid and A dryer money box on the tes, Branford; Mack R. Davis, from a bout of tonsilitis and: 4005 N.W. 13th ST.
:cast receives no pay and little come a standard in Player productions (seated) Chris Johnson and'Mike Gibson. The swim- third floor of the Colonial Chiefland; John Wilson, Mi- laryngitis. 37 -2800
credit The audience would like: in recent years and the many programs at Carol Estates pool is cosponsoredby Manor Apartments,'1216 NW 2nd canopy; Alton David Hill of Starr collapsed at a record-
to recognize the efforts at the I set is one of the best of the the Gainesville Sun and City Recreation De- Ave. Police spotted several High Springs; Mrs. Mary Eliza- ing session Wednesday and was 7 a.m.11 p.m.,Mon. > Sat,
', close of the play-and should season. partment. (Sun photo by Eddie Davis.) young boys near the scene, cap- beth Hatch of High Springs; taken to a hospital.
have the opportunity.The .
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Wayne Cobb turns in an excellent I
1 job as Rev. Winemiller. He I 8ursB
is a weak and ineffective man REAllY 8/D
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when Cobb wishes him to be, PURCHASES.
t without evoking pity or sympa- 'PECIAl .
thy. The performance is sustained -
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throughout the play. iI TO m !
.. 8/1i SAV/.IiG
Mrs. Winemiller is a superior 'ilEA'REAllY

piece fact-by of stagecraft-fantastic Mimi Carr. Miss Carris in THAT I

called upon to portray a =
demented mother and does so FANTASTIC VALUE

I flawlessly. Miss Carr is no new-

comer to the Florida Player ;
stage and her presence always I I ROOM-SIZE NYIONRUGS..10AM



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Bond ListTALLAHASSEE prav ;fiS*s t 771

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H (AP) Two
m' University of Florida projects ,
[' have been placed at the top of 9X12f I
I the list of the $75 million higher
L education bond issue for college Approximate Size I
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[ construction that won approval 'T. All 'on-tf1. fabulous fabric that wears and wears! I
[ of the Florida Supreme Court N.t :
5 yesterday. st it+K''S i Foam backs-the rugs lie flat smoothly, never slip! I

F Forrest Kelley, Board of Control Decorator colors.-solid green gold red or Sandalwood;tweeds I
fc architect, said the first job :' \ 1' fa brown beige.nutria green and combinations!

I would Gulf Coast be construction Experiment Station of the I 's: Q4'4) Matching 6 x 9" rug (approx.) in solids and tweeds! .\\J7A .

F in Manatee County at an expected I 'J ; d1f.$& I
it( cost of about $200,000. 1 -4- _ .

Erf On June 18, bids will be opened GIFT .
I on a $350,000 job of renovat- 1-=

ing UF's Norman Hall. In July WRAPPED 't l RE At -- II II
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I1, a $500,000 job will be let con- _FOR w alV1P w.
necting the Engineering and In- '
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dustries Building with Reed 1 FATHER 1
Laboratory.Bids DAY : .

on the first two projects -.:==== .
will be taken before the bonds .

1 are sold. But the bids will be .

received subject to the sale. 1= I 1 : : 1

State officials are expected to E- TENT 1. -a1
Weather-Tate _
9tlx1111n
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the bonds for competitive =
put up month is -'- I ..... -- I It
bids before this I kikYi. -
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tonal aoa tM d -
out, although the date has not .._.... pa .-do.__+_ _der_!Jdnt.ba ...II Comp sN.nr 9617 II
yet been set The state cabinet tc 1 plltirokw.dep.T. 9s1 =

in overall control of the program ; .: >' .
is expected to .
ize a first sale of $25 author-I ---

worth of the bonds,
rest to be offered later this BEAT THE HEA2.335ET =
1 year. MafcMess holier Match LIFETIME MITCHELL REEL & ROD .
1
,_!! i ARCTIC AIRE 20" FAN
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The money borrowed throughthe 1 GOLF SHIRT AND HOSE !
bond sale will finance the 1
greatest building program in 997 ,13.88

the Florida.history The of higher universities educationin will I .1

get $45 million of the first $75 i t= COMP. VALUE $J5 You con eotfly move It. h.i home with you to I
million. By agreeing to use some Fine combed meth cotton shirt' with pocket, bring refreshing relief from ) 1
e FuH cut solid white with colorful" .... TK. powerful 2-speed motor instantly whirs aw<
of it to match federal programs, ; Thtt It the fisherman's 1. GardeMitchell
1 expert 1
\ stale..r. moves fresh air through roomslfMtVS !
the university system alreadyhas Sizes S,M,U XL, Fine gift; ideatl ; 304 Cap Reel AND balanced rod! = .

received grants totaling an Foolproof simplicity and top dependability II

additional $5 million and expectsto
qualify for about $S million 1t
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more. ,.
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The junior colleges will get the 1
other $30 million approved last 1
fall which will also allow up to -

$50 milion more per biennium r -- = CttttaJACSHIRTS I.V.1. HOSE N1 wHwmSHAMPOO l rs Women's Scuff =
to be issued, depending L
whether the tax revenues upon ear-I IN PACK OF 51! SUPPERSMen's I

marked for the repayment are I 1 4, =
< sufficient. Income from the state =

gross receipts tax on utility t 22 I
is pledged to retire 99c
companies + i1
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Wilson Wants 1 You Save 35% quaCr/1 Com/. Vo/we 1J5Longestlasting ; Comforting. rubber -I
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Annual Summit 1 $. Smart&>sharp stripings Choose white cushion convenient y wedge tote. lets you on Sanforized fool with elastic. top, safeguard slay on your feet for Ii!
1 broadcloth or white .crew with against dandruff! hours 'Nv.r fool I
LONDON (AP-Labor party 1. Perfectly cut for "morpwr ..... Lathers rId In leave sl '
.leader Harold Wilson returned .',_ comfort Sizes S, Sizes 10 to 13. hair oft, --r tonanoge. .'t iok, bu rod and '
today from a fourd.tyVisit to t bi W.r t5to10. !
'Moscow'and said he thought the .

Western,'powers should supportthe I i

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,"I,.thfet it is the experienceof OPEN"9 AM-9 PM SUNDAY NOON,PMGAINESVILLEAcres of QUALITY value guaranteed the only ALWAYS true measure I

:.anyone who has' dealt with L : of. Free. .. Parking I Q..a DISCOUNTS that give you Instant cash
the Soviet leaders that the decisions DAY
; EVERY
: savings guaranteed
p'HetIIo 23rd '
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J F' By PAT HOGANIn And swimming pool accidents

have become greater problemthan
r : the summertime people pool sanitation ,and In-

.take to the water and many fection, according to the American

:back yards in Gainesville are Public Health Association.It .
beginning to look like beaches.

Swimming pools outnumber says the more common

country clubs and boats hitch- causes of pool accidents are

ed to traveling cars are c o radon. overcrowding, running on the

wet surface around the pool, $
jumping or diving into shallow
But along with the fun comes water,and dangers from electri-

responsibility. Drowning,claims cal equipment placed too near
6,500 lives yearly in the u.s. the water. WIN THIS

"Swimming and boating are Before installing a home

among the healthiest of sports pool, local health and safety
and should be kept that way," regulations should be checked; RCA VICTORTELEVISION

says B. C. Pafford, Alachua safety experts advise. These

County Health Department. include provisions for proper !I

fencing, sanitation, drainage, .
Deaths structural stability, proper dis- COME IN AND REGISTER c:. \
Typhoid
tance from property and power BEFORE 7 P.M. SATURDAY Q.
lines. NIGHT YOU MAY BE
Rise to 318 THE WINNER OF THIS
Fences and gates should be FINE TELEVISION! NOTH- FREES
ING TO I.UY-YOU DON'T
In Scotland adequate to prevent children HAVE TO BE PRESENT TO
from entering when the pool is WININO

unattended. Equipment for helpto ,
:.
ABERDEEN, Scotland (AP- .
The number of cases in Aberdeen's swimmers should be kept at . e,
the poolside.,
typhoid epidemic rose to _
Public pools should haveone
318 today, and the city health FANTASTIC !
for 75
lifeguard every people ,
officer warned the disease
may in the pool. A qualified life-
J ALL FABRIC
through the British Isles.
sweep guard should be on duty at YAWAB LE AP- \ r } AUTOMATIC ,

During the night, 17 more per all times. PLUS 01t41.1 GIVIN / / '

sons were admitted to hospitals, Authorities stress that if a UANC IS TO II ,' .,

making a total of 275 confirmed lifeguard is not on duty in ocean AWAY- SATUJHHT

cases and 43 suspected. I and lake areas swimmers
should not swim alone or under-
Today, said City Health Officer estimate the distance from I

Ian MacQueen, "is the shore. Swimmers must also be

probable dividing line, the day: careful of currents, tides and

of Aberdeen's destiny. I undertows.

The incubation period of typhoid Most boating accidents happen

Is about 15 days and the' in small pleasure boats, FROST

outbreak was discovered two involving inexperienced boaters

weeks ago.MacQueen.
and nonswimmers. Sailboats Thu terrific
has blamed the outbreak WHILSTHEYJ.ASTI

usually are responsiblefor MODEL value, a>lut
on a contamination of the least accidents, according F44 hundred* e>f
imported corned beef. The t Irons An Fabrics
govemnment to safety records,
public rtw-r
has ordered an inquiry.I because their sailors are SafetyFully Automatic
gener- NO
RG E buysng*
e Thumbtip Fabric r
LEGAL NOTICE I ally adequately trained and ob- Central I- 99 W f-t:
e A SenstatlonalValue
The University of Florida will receive serve precautions.NOTICE McD ff
bids for the general class of commodities !
as Indicated obtain below. Interested specifications bidders *' OP INTENTION TO REGISTER WHILE LIMIT t TOA

and other may Information forms by contacting the FICTITIOUS NAME BIG 13 i? 2 DOORREFRIGERATOR THEY UUIPj (CUSTOMER
Purchasing Division Room 106 Tlgert Pursuant to Section 145.09. Florida
Hall. university of Florida. Gainesville. Statutes notice Is hereby given that the LAST PLEASE!
undersigned, E. A. & A. W. Reece Limit 1 To A
Florida.Mut and Staples bids open every doing business under the firm name of
Tuesday 10:00 Coffee Break Service, Gainesville, Alach' ONLY .
Customer!
UHospital Supplies bids open every ua County Florida Intends to register & FREEZER
Monday 3.00U13Lumber said fictitious name under the provision
11:00 June II, 1M4 of the aforesaid Statute.
4-P-47 Continuous Dated at Gainesville Florida this
Forms YC 2:00 June 11. 1W44444Steel 17th day of May,A.D.,1564.
Building 10:30 June 23. ")64' E. A. Reece
T. N. Wells 'I A. W. Reece
Director of Purchasing (3370) 5:21. 6:4. 11. 11Gainesville
U3M 6:" 11NOTICE ''NO FROST ON THIS "TEXAN

NOTICE IS NAME UNDER HEREBY LAW FICTITIOUS GIVEN that Sun FREEZER SAVE! s Gibson! "

the undersigned desiring to engage In
business at 2022 N!!. 23rd Boulevard Published; evenings except
Gainesville Alachua County, Florida Saturday, and Sunday mornings :
under the name of A .. J SAW AND ,
MOWER COMPANY (NOT INC.) Intendto by the Gainesville Publishing WHOLE HOUSE AIR
register the said name.with the Clerk I Company et 101 SE CONDITIONER
..
of the Circuit Court of .chua.County- 2nd Place. Gainesville, Florida,
Florida.(s) SAM JACKSONS and entered as second class 2.
( JOE ANDERSONH. matter at the Post Office at
G. BATES of BATES t JONGS Gainesville Florida. -
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11 W. University Avenue
Gainesville P. O. BOX 396 Florida' CIRCULATION RATES BY GIANT

(334. 5.14. 21. 28; 6:1.: CARRIER OR MAIL NO FROST
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS 1 Week .45 1
NAME LAW 3 MM. $5.85 REFRIGERATOR ,c S -
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned ness at 420 desiring Northwest to engage 13th In Street.bush I All! mail subscriptions must E- 22,000 BTU
be in advance
Gainesville. Florida. under the name of I paid
GATORLAND LOUNGE. Intends to register I Member Audit Bureau ef
the said name with the Clerk of j Circulation.All __
the Circuit Court of Alachua County.
Florida.THAINE material contained herein to _
L. COATES the property of_ the Gainesville 411ii = ''S
Herbert J. Jones
Publishing Company (e) 144. .
Bates & Jones In _
Attorneys for Thalna L Castes Reproduction In whole or part Mecl! 733-470
P. O. Box :3HGainesville. Is strictly forbidden without the
Florida written permission of the publisher. I
(3355) 5:21.2516:1.11 .
THOUSANDS /TEXANS"'
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Thursday June 4, 1964 Gaintvilla Lois7V

1

.: t -'!< -...._. ',' ,. Ethiopian Wolfe Heads

I Ambassador Aluinui Fund


Shot by Pole Herbert S. Wolfe is heading

the 1964 Alumni Fund Campaignof

STOCKHOLM, Sweden (AP- The University of Chicago in

The Ethiopian ambassador to Gainesville.Dr. .

Sweden was shot and seriously; Wolfe is In the
a professor
LOWEST PRICES wounded today by his Polish!
Department of Horticulture at
chauffeur, the Stockholm Criminal the University of Florida. He

'WI QUALITY Police reported.The was graduated from Chicago 1n..!
IrPrIi:461v,4r
police said Ambassador
AIii
1925 and received his Ph. D. ,

NAME Abate revolver Agede bullets.was The hit by shooting three there in 1930. JH<

occurred on the embassy )Tee

BRANDS! grounds. ;

A police spokesman said the Cleopatra

chauffeur, whose name was Was Mishandled
*
withheld, had received orders -
I ; iiy from the ambassador which he' LOS ANGELES (AP-A federal

YOUiROM refused to obey. During the argument judge on Wednesday denied"a

the Pole suddenly drew motion by 20th Ontury-Fox

CHOOSE his revolver and fired three studios for dismissal of a suit _

YSAVE1 "* /"VN! shots,. the spokesman said. brought by actress Elizabeth

p R ilCES wvv TERMS Agede,. 41, was stationed at Taylor and husband Eddie

SEVERAL I Ethiopia's embassy in Washing. Fisher over proceeds from the

PAYMENT FLANS ton and was a member of his movie "Cleopatra."

THAT WE OFFER i it country's UJi. delegation before Miss Taylor and Fisher own 85

coming to Stockholm in March per cent of MCL a Swiss cor-

1963. poration, which in turn owns 33

SA VEl' per cent of the $40 million mov
IN EFFECT THIS WEEKEND ONLY
ADMIRAL ie. The firm's attorneys have

BIG 23 TodayIn asked that an prints and negatives -

TV ENSEMBLE of the film be placed in
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BIG 10 CU ADMIRAL FREEZER HistoryBy receivership tribution has,been contending mishandled.dis-
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AND
S FT | /' ,,,", ._+_;t I THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Algerians Held

Today is Thursday, June 4.1

w the 156th day of 1964. There are ALGIERS (AP-The Algerian

.. t 210 days left in the year. government radio said today

N. r Today's highlight in history: that members of a terrorist

r Y \ \ ,/ V1 -1 On this date in 1944, the first group; who attacked police in

units of the American Fifth and front of President Ahmed Ben

the British Eighth armies occur Bella' home Sunday have been

-: SENSATIONAL! Esc pied On Rome.this date arrested.

NOTICE OF SHKRIFF'S SALE
In 1896, Henry Ford made 8.y virtue of an Ex.cutlolllIli... out
: of the Court of Record<< of Alachue
ONLY ayrv the first successful trial of his County, Florida In the case of Ooddard
r first successful automobile. Inc.. versus William Owens d-b-a Florida
-: : Radio ft T.V. dated May 0. ItM I
: In 1918, French and American have levied upon the following property

J. NO forces compelled the Germans to wit mi Chevrolet Panel Truck. Tit no.

MONEY c recross the Marne in World Serial 11GK-7103.No. tJJtnjJ Motor N. JAM11SOW",

'"'. DOWN ,.l' War I. And that I a* Sheriff of Alacnua County
I .. ;, lerlda will on Thursday the >nd day
.. TRADE In 1942, the Japanese attacked of July ITM. between the hours of
WITH Midway Island In World War 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 '.1ft In front of the
i. North door of the Courthouse at Gelnes-
vllle, Aiochua County. Florid Otter for
II.In tie, Slid property and sell the time to
. LOW 1946, Juan Peron was in- the highest' bidder for cain to satiety
w w TERMS stalled as the 29th president of and pay said execution fees and costs.
TIle property having been levied upon
Argentina.Ten by me and will be sold es the property

:; Deep Door Shelves Convenient Store years ago The United of the J.defendant.M. Crevasse Jr., Sheriff

Across-Top Freezer Tall Bottle Nations Secutity Council voted Alachua County. Florida
,. 5 Year GUARANTEED SEALED UNIT By Novalene' M. Hoon D. S.
to debate the possibility that I 3311)) 6:4, 11. II. 25
.
the Indochinese war might be 'I LEGAL NCTICE
The University of Florida will receive
I
r. carried by the Communist-led bids for the general class of commodities
$ Vietminh into Thailand. as Indicated below. Interested bidder
e may obtain forms, pacification
Five years ago -French Premier -and other Information by contacting the
Purchasing Division, Room 1M. Tlgert
Michel Debre warned the
Hall University of Florida Gainesville,
MODEL C1031, PRICED WITH TRADE Florida.
French National Assembly that

M '\L - - LI.I l France might be forced to reconsider 44- -Mett and Staples bids open every

__ U its role in all its al- UHospital Tuesday 10:00 Supplies bids open every

lances unless the Allies showed Monday 3.00(4TfUnlforms
11:30 June U, ItM
solidarity with France againstthe 4-tO-Paper Napkins YC
2:00 June 11. btu
Algerian rebellion.One (441-Braad YC 2:30 June II. 1M
I year ago Teamsters 1-12-Sneck Items YC
11:00 June U l*.4
Union President James R. Hof- T. N. Wells

A DIVISION OF GENERAL ELECTRIC fa and seven others were Indicted (3347) 5:21 Director; 6:4 of Purchasing

in Chicago on charges of: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA
Your Assurance of ,
Quality having fraudulently obtainedin [ EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
1 FOR ALACHUA COUNTY IN CHANCERY -
$20 million loans from a I .

Teamsters Union pension plan, HARTFORD LOAN ASSOCIATION FEDERAL SAVINGS AND

HOTPOIHT S ALE CALL FOR BIOS Plaintiff,
.y.
All Sealed bids will be received by the
LONNIE MCELROY end ELLA e. Me.
Thursday
ARE Board of Control until 2:00 P.M.
WASHERS EL OY. his wife end GLENN S.
June IS. ItM, at the office of tile
BROWN and AMY E. BROWN! his
.President, Tlgert Hall University of
Florid Gainesville. Florida at which wife
1 \ all bids received will Defendants.
PORCElANOUTSIDl time and place
MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE
be publicly opened and reed loud forfurnishing -
NOTICE TO DEFEND
III!! materials and labor for
STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
$ construction of:
r The ... DflNsi' fie Amy E. Brown
INSIDE FREE Arnault tf Plans 'N I Whose Resident and Post Office
Address Is Unknown
I't Pnl. '.d lid o.'S""ICI"-150.00 AND:
$16.000.00
Renovations to
Lonnie Mcelroy and
COLLEGE OF EDUCATION Ella E. McElroy his wife
SERVICE & University of Florida Whose Residence and PostOff _
Ilu Gainesville. Florida a Address is unknown
2052
State Prelect No. U.F. You are hereby notified that' HART.
r DELIVERY! Job N.. 5U.I FORD FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ,
sending bidS by mill shorfd ASSOCIATION has filed Its aworn Corn- "
NO EXTRAS TO BUY Bidders O. N.II Webb, zone plaint In the Circuit Court of Alachua -
address mBoard of Control, C4 Or. J. County Florida, against you seeking *"
\ This Deluxe Hotpoint washer is completely AT McDUFF! Artnltetf.warn.. Rein. President. UnlversWy of the foreclosure of that certain mortgage -
automatic you just set it Florida. Gainesville. florid. Bids Jl recorded In Official Records Book 155. --
to the aboveaddress Page 541 of the Public Records of
MODEL LW 5420. and forget it for safe thorough wash. mailed should not later be delivered than one hour before Alachua County. Florida covering" the ".
I described to wit -
following property :
'" of aU fabrics!
PRICED WITH TRADE 9 bid opening. Lets Thirty-Seven J7) and Thirty. +
shall be done in accordance Eight (M) of Block "C". Oak Hill -
All work .
: and speclflcations pry Subdivision as per plat recordedIn
f with tits drawings Plat Book "A", Page 141 of the -
Russell ?
VX, by Consulting Rains 1iaM Arh"ttc11 Public Records of Alachua County, w
with Forres' "- Florida. -
associationthereto.
in I. A. Architect to the Your are further notified that the .
Jr. A.
e Kelley Control. Work shill be clone return day of this Notice to Defend _
WE'RE LOADED Bard of with contract CIOCumenfi Is June 29, ItM and you shall on or ..
In auord.ftCe which drawings lpec- before said date serve a copy of your .,

ficatlone pertaining end ether con x mitdo Iff n defer Attorneys. If for any,Plaintiff upon Lowry whose& Andrews address _?
EVER OFFERED secured or
THE GREATEST REFRIGERATOR VALUE may be
WITH tatting D.Control N.II Webb., .ultcllnt Zone EArU NCt. and Is P.Immediately O. Box a0 thereafter Gainesville file the Florida orl- __

Bard Florida of Gelf11svili flow. glnal of same Ki the office of the Cleric _
airy of of the Circuit Court of the above styled
dra__ Court otherwise a Decree Pro Con te
aecvr.
; ICE TRAYS! General contractors may for a dePOSit ofISO.OO tease will be entered against you. -
cu. DELUXE COMBINATION Ings. and speClfic.tloM wit" two Nt WITNESS one of tne Honorable Clr- -
per Ht. The osf offtaeof h Nt will cult Judges of the Eighth Judicial -
HUGE 20 2 Gibson per contrador.to the 8ldder upon till return Circuit of Florida. as well es the -
be refunded documeMe 1etad's 1M ZaM ArCh Clerk of the Circuit Court wn this J.thdy -

FT. REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER GIBSON "EASY-OUT" BID of DATE.office the WITHIN This depOSK,* DAYS MwlBidder's AFTER of Mar.J.A.D.B. CARMICHAEU itu. CLERK --

comWeratkw *. > y: Emily WalerhouseDeputy -
DELUXE ALUMINUMICE monetary hereinafter referred te. Clerk -
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(Court Seal) -
",aterlal (33t) 5:21 6:4,11.11ADVERTISEMENT .,
TRAYS! General deelen contrac1on and other IMKetred par FOR BIDS ..

ties may enure full or partial setsof PROJECTS KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MUNICIPAL .w.
specificatIonS b'I BUILDING
and
I plans
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printing and IIandllnl COIf of p1cM 1. Sealed bids will be received by the a-
raterefundable of 11.00 per 1Net. cost fatthe Keystone Heights City Council at the
II 8M Iff depoeltlnt the IWft City Had Keystone Heights. Florida a
of 110.00 for sp tClflullonS, wI\IdI cost until 7:20 o'clock P.M. Tuesday June ..
I I II ntuncllbIe, U" ntvnI WITHIN U 1'. It44.
"cation In good condWo 2. The Information tor Bidders Form of ;
DAYS!AFTER liD OATfc Bid. Form of Contract Plans Specifications ;
; fI and Forms of Bid Bond and
l Itrlct
Lads bid must be subml ffaaebl Form. Performance Bond may be examined In .
L accordance wilts tnS "n me City mil. Keystone Heights Florida, "
fully compIettd whichfPkroposall form or from the office of Don. R, Morgan
.m be shown In "" Architect 106 Murry Way, South Day .

Price-Slashed to Only I IF ANY GENERAL CONTRACTOR FIDE PLAN'lona. Florida AND CONTRACT DOCUMENT ;.,.
I f RIG. fAILS TO SUBMIT A 80NA IE PROCUREMENT .
BID HIS DEPOSIT CHECK SHALL X One set of Plans and contract documents
SJ.9S FORfEITED. will be furnished to General
I VAWII. Contractor upon receipt of plan deposits
Each bid shall be a***"*''*? tI1 es follows:
,
S Certified, Cashiers Trsasurtr Chedt.tw ($25.00) Twenty Five Dollars
$ Bank Drett en any Hatlonalor Mate and any unsuccessful General Contractor
11 ...*. certified eJiecM IfWI I\r4 "at. upon returning to Architect's Office the
Documentary Stems attKtL Checkssisal pun end contract documents complete '
:
I. 1 I ONLY be mad .yable te BOA ;lowF:' end In good condition wtthln five (5)
CONTROL Hi the sum NmM days after receipt of bids win be refunded
I as a guarantee end with en etrMmlftf I the deposit In fulL
mat the Bidder wilt net revoke or un-I 4. If General Contractors request a
1
1 ceI; Ms Md er withdrew from tile com" second set of plan and Contract Documents
rmon for a pert e* das aftHtile the deposit win be:
1 of bids end that In the ($15.08) Fifteen Dollar.
1 $129ea. event tr-TVontrect h .aided to the end tf these plena and contract documents VS
1
1 Bidder he will wttM It 0MeCUt1ve are returned complete and to good '.
Gibso. fives .*. feel keeping fectvrt >. calendar days after it U lutlmfttedo condition wtfhJn five (5) days after re- '
Too T yecsiwU with theBard.
s eater tat* written contract tort of bids tte refund win ben
t ask ffr i. 4.1... ccisi ...iM tw-.4Hr of Control In accordance with (15.00) Five Dollars ,
bid, and 1M N the For plans .
I IM accepted 5. and contract documents
refriteretw-freuer. G..t 374 pw.d ce.citr I Beard e. Control a eanfraet performance to Sub-Centractors, Vendor, etc the .
freeaer fest-frees sal .... fray foals b. and payment surety bond will oed'end deposit win biz
i sufficient euretles satbftctoo'\ I* OW (S11M Fifteen Dollars e
iy ..fiI teIr. Aif ee etic 1efretisf refriaefeitey ejhrcs WHILE Beard e. Confret to tile amend o* MOper end If these piaos end contract docu- -
I THEY cant (one Hundred pare M the manta are returned complete and to *
tie nrrisnct in fresh laid fMtara.
y ej stSMVd .... Mldegree-
LASTI accepted The Bidders peed condition wiThin five after
MeM T911OBT. Priced wMi IN'". mcirtls Incorporated .* the ProposalForm. receipt of bMs, tile refund vin bid
The cast el the tend sjaJi be (15.00) five Dollars -
I Included M a pert of The Udders Separate sheets or
LIMIT 2 TO A base bid. N spectflcanons may dIIeswpurer pigs
follows (no refunds). .
I CUSTOMER FUASUCOR. suanflcetJone m ust be cottasailers Drawings ........... 11.118 per sheet r j
: factory to tne Board of CottroL The Specifications .. .., S .1* per page -
Board of Control reserves the right to 7. Attention of bidders Is perttcuJarty *
wave Informalities in any """. to reject called to the requirement as to con .
I my er ail bids er to accept any DId ditions of'employment to be observed *
_ end such alternates that to Its ludoment and minimum wage rotes to be paid ,
4 ( win be tor the bat Merest of the under the contract. %z
I Stote ., Florida. The Owner reserve the right *e .

N. MAIN & 12th AVE. SHOP TONIGHT Drawings end specifications wiB fee waive any or aH any bid*Infarmaiitle. or to reject
Brad only by. end an questione relative 9. Each bidder must deposit with his
to bidding stall be directed to.o. .... security M the amount, form end
Nell Webb. Zone Architect. Building subject to the condition provided In
E. university .< Florida Gainesville me Information for Bidders. a
: tortda.. Telephone Number V-Bl. ExnslonntT. 1. NO bidder may withdraw Pub bid
Phone FR : 6-1296 Free Parking TIL 9 P. M. within thirty (30) days after the actual
BOARD OF CONTROL date of the opening thereof.Sif .
By: Dr.J. B.CrtpepperExecutive : ...: M. L. Beasiey>> ,Maytr .
Secretary Keystone Heights, FJorid
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s'GafnelYille Sun Thursday June 4, 1964




Prayer.. .Ban Hearings Close1 I


...
: WASHINGTON -Hearings on schools. by the dictates of one's personal Tcurr
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proposals intended to override Declaration Rep. Hugh L.Carey, D-N.Y., conscience." 1 4
Congressional
::the Supreme Court's bans on proposed a resolution today that Rep. Carey, the father of 13 e
-' prayers in public schools closed
=yesterday after more than 150 Sought Committee Divided would voluntary encourage meditation extracurricular periods- children, also proposed a meal l
-'witnesses had been heard. The C3 : held under volunteer guidance.A sure that would guarantee the' o.s.nuo c
=House Judiciary Committee remained similar proposal came from right of parents to have their
: sharply divided with children engage in voluntary
; George R.Lanoue, a guest scholar -
attention focusedon court last Monday reaffirmed its
the undecided members apparently creased was in advanced Brook- worship in public schools and to
:, holding the balance of such a move as many church previous decisions by striking institution. study at get government financial support 1028 NORTH MAIN STREET : .
ings
:power. and legal spokesmen came out down Florida's attempt to con- for the education of their
GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER :
in support of the Supreme tinue required prayers and "Meditation," he observed, children in private or nonpri-
I :- There was additional evidence Court's 1962 and 1963 decisions, Bible reading in the public "is a natural act to be defined vate schools. GRESHAM. DRUG, 12 WEST UNIVERSITY AVE! '"
:that sentiment was growing fora and public reaction appeared to I : .
congressional declaration onT shift similarly.A McCOLLUM DRUG, 1124 WEST UNIVERSITY AVE.

the subject, rather than the approval declaration,or expression of I 13th PHARMACY, 1522 N.W. 13th STREET
of a consitiutional amend- "the sense of congress,"is being i .
ment that might lead to a clash sought that could encourage ai Af McCOLLUM DRUG, 1324 EAST UNIVERSITY .
with the court. Nine members school that would withstand -
practice THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES!
In WE RESERVE
:of the committee are sponsorsof another court test. The, We SpecializeHome
resolutions calling for a con-

"ting,stitutional voluntary amendment devotionals permit-in Congregation 39 -1000 SACCHARIN A S i 17<

public school classrooms. To Celebrate I LoansLook j
T Throughout the hearings, T I -
which opened April 22, '''there Bas Mitzvah s 12oxs.
"have been suggestions that Con- $298 GERITOL TONIC J67..
Pozin, ,
Miss Elaine F. daughter .
issue declaration. In-
:gress a and
Look first Gainesville Mutual -
of Mr. and Mrs.Nathan Poz to Building

in, will be Bas Mitzvah at Con-' Loan Association for the best in home fi- 24ce
gregation B'Nai Israel Synagogue 69* SWEETA 49
DISCOUNTS SQUIBB
CompromiseEfforts tomorrow night at 8 o'- or nancing. We provide the construction money,

tartWASHINGTON clock. prepayment without penalty, longer terms,
. I The religious service will be SERVICE
AP Efforts conducted by Jack Zucker. Miss lower closing costs and many other mortgage $100 RIGHT DEODORANT . 56
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Pozin will chant a portion from GUARD
FEES features that .
were under way today save you money. Compare
the Book of the Prophets, and
'to write a compromise she will assist in leading the as comparison proves! Call us!
amendment permitting pray- service and address the congre- 99*
in the schools less $159 VICK'S % Cough Mixture
ers public gation. The charge to the Bas p t 1Or f
sweeping than the major one ; .
Mitzvah will be delivered by
now being proposed.The Dr. Ted Landsman, and a giftto y

taken original by effort measure proponents is ,being who of under-now the sented dent the of Bas by the Joseph Mitzvah Congregation.Licht will T be, presi-pre-j ;If Z Gainesville Mutual $269-20 05. SUCARYL . . $19'9: '

feel there is little chance for I srs
services, Mr. and
Following
and ASSOCIATION
BUILDING LOAN
of it in the
winning approval
Mrs. Pozin will give a recep- lb. SALT . . 31 ,
495 EPSOM
House Judiciary Committee.
tion in honor of their daughterat 217 N.E. 1st Street Phone FR 6-6771 or FR 6-2415
the University Inn. j I

I 49* Plastic BABY .PANTS '4 .P'- 99 I Ir

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pox I'fi1i FOLDS FOR EASY STORING .
S MADE OF ALUMINUM FOLDS FOR: EASY a
CARRYING 6-
TUBING
STURDY VARIED STORING
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COLOR MADE OF 1"ALUM.
INUM TUBING.STURDY
WEBBING. 7x14 VARIED:
\' n COLOR WEBBING.IDEAL
.Strand FOR LAWN
WebbIIMAY
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CAMPING BEACH
CUSTOM BLENDING: r PATIO,PARADES,
8 different octane sfrength I, ';"; ; BC ETC.
gasolines 8 different prices f FOLDED TO IE'
to give you the bestgasoGne ; MADE CHAIR INTO 9 9 44
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for your car at the \ :1 3
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fairest price # z $1215 VALUE
$4.95 VALUE
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MADE BY* I .
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CONTOUR Choice of Colors
$.2.49 VALUE ,

CUSTOM-BLEND lNG-Proved by millions now improved with higher octane in all 8 gasolines! AUTOMAT $199


9 WATERS
AREAS UP I
TO 1800 5.fS VALUE
SQ. FEET
FINEST QUALITY RUBBER! ADJUST.ABLE .

GUARAN.TEED 388.

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4 W ALL POPULAR SIZES COUPON !J' 3 PIECE-GARDEN I:

Sunoco boosts octane: VACUUM DISCOUNT'PRICE TOOLSET '

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CLEANER CONSIST.
INO OF
49CBAGS CLAW.TtOWCl.
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to make your car run best -- r. COUPON zrr I .ALL TION CON-HAND WITH STHUC METAL SHOVEL /


"REX" BLACK b WHITE I WOOD HANDLES


while less 35c"ALL 127-620-120 VALUE WEATHER" FILM' I II I I i 4 7cVALUES .

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FRICE......... 50 FootGARDEN
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Tprove your CRACwPEEL. I
DISCOUNT PRICE......... 35 MILDEW. ,
I plus deposit .GUARANTEED Olt ROT 99

whether you Jug premium or regular! l.4t VALUE i

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gasolines prices possible All Premium buyers may save even more .':
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the gasoline you're now buying. penny per gallon the third time at Sunoco! ..-
Because of Custom Blending's new higher octane, you'll As long as your car continues to perform its best,go as lowg FRIDAY SATURDAY":.
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t the top performance you like, and save money on every in price as you can.You'll be enjoying the great advantage k

gallon.Four out of five car owners can. Custom-Blending offers ell motorists! I II I BAKED HAM BAKED.. 'X

MEAT LOAF-
: ,j WITH RAISIN SAUCE --
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Drive West from Gainesville on Newberry Rood. Continue straight thru Newberry for 3'/ miles on SR 26

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I a They're Washington Bound BUY-YOUR-WHISKEY-BY-THE-CASE-AND-SAVE

Fresh out of school, 190 safety patrol members from Gainesville elementary and high schools left It
I *train for Washington yesterday. City Safcty Officer Ed Connerly will direct the five-day trip which e.ds Glenmore
,Sunday.,(Sun photo by Tommy Lewis.) O.F.C.SMIRNOFF

." I KENTUCKY IMPORTED VODKA

Point Graduates i BOURBON Canadian Whiskey -

-- i 8 Old .,

, :Gainesville Men IP f- $369 4.Yeas:99 $349

/ OPEN !
Three Gainesville men were TIL 9:00 5th 5th

i'graduated Wednesday from the TONIGHTDYNAMITEM = 5th 12 Years Old 3 FOR
V.S.Military Academy at West E 3 FOR
,N.Y. E I 10" 5995th = .
Aa
1049GilBEY'S
:Cadets.George G. Jacunski, ji jii
:ton of Lt. Col. (USA Ret.) and i
Mrs. E. J. Jacunski of 2721 SW I s i DAYS SALE .
Third PI., and Huba Wass deCzege z % VODKA ROCKING CHAIR
I ,'son of Albert Wass de I tt/J BOSTON VODKA 99 SPRING HILL BOURBON
MISSES
Gege of 8825 SW First Ave., ,
Were both commissioned second HALLER'S BLEND OLD QUAKER GIN
I Jacunskl -j .
lieutenants in Infantry and re _,_ WOMEN'S andJUNIOR'S
hived'bachelor of science de HALLER'S BOURBON 5th BRUGAL RUM
1 rees. Cadet Lassiter A. Mas- II
Jo Jr.,son of Col. (USAF Ret.) -
>$nd Mrs.Lassiter A. Mason of
304 NW 20th Dr., was commissioned G k t x. SUMMER OLD Old DEWAR'S .-
a second lieutenant in
tie Air Force and also ThompsonCharter
received 31 t
I it bachelor_ :._of science degree.Jacunskiwas DRESSES A CROWKy. WHITE LABELSCOTCH
a member of .
{He student conference on Straight
REG. 8.98-10.98
I. United States affairs and the Wass de Czege Mason II '...y;, BOURBON
debate council and forum. He Oak
: my's yearbook. He was also a I 3.89
was also a member of the Span SALE
ih language club,-a chapel choir member of the parachute club'II' ; TeoMsw 5th ppK,. 5th ""
and won an Army A in lacrosse.
and the dialectic society, a theatre '"'
group. Actiye.in, the_ ski, Appointed to West Point by''I 7.99MISSES' 5th !" 3.39 ;
skeet golf and swimming clubs, Representative Donald R. (Billy y 3 ForII49
5.89DON
Se was also a.cbeerle der. ) Matthews (D-Fla.), he wasa
Appointed to'West Point by cadet sergeant during his i hi 35ths9.95I
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Senator George:,,A:., 'Smathers senior-year.
The 22-'ear-old cadet, whose
(D-Fla.), he was a cadet lieutenant >
WOMEN'SJUNIOR'S
father is 1933 of
a graduate
.'. during his senior year. West Point, is a 1959 graduate: RON RICO SCHENLEY GIN RUM
The 22-year-old cadet, whose I Q.
of GHS and attended UF. '
father Is a 1938 graduate of A'I
West Point Is a 1959 graduateof I Gas 'Blows RUM CALVERT GINWALKER'S
Up
Gainesville High School and BETTER
3.39
attended the University of Flo- Opens Craters ft GIN 5th
i 3.49 _
rida.Wass NASH,Okla. (AP-Gas erup- -
de Czege was a mem- tions have turned an,80 acre' SUMMER Sth '3.19
ijer of the public relations coun-
tract of land in north central i 95
cil, the hop and social committee 3 1029 3 9.
t and the Russian languageclub Oklahoma into a quagmire, a For 35ths9.50OLD For
farm said DRESSESREG.
couple Wednesday.
,and was also a member of
"It just blew up and we had,
the pistol club. He won Army
A's in track and cross country. to move our cattle out," said 12.98-14.99 HAIG
Appointed to West Point by Neil Wilkins.
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Representative Donald R. (Billy -I One cow died and a veterinarian SALE 9,99' 8 WhiteHorse
) Matthews (D-Fla.), he wasa said it was gassed,. Wilkins & ( SUNNYBROOKOLD
,cadet captain during his senior said. t
year. The land is about one mile i HAIG d
.The 22-year-old cadet is a 1959 from a half dozen gas wells..I ,
graduate-of GHS. Mrs.Wilkins said since the erup-! SCOTCH HICKORY
Mason was a member of the ions, the ground had become I Dress Floor Scotch5th
Spanish language club, and the like c\i'-ksand and dangerous to: Shop2nd 5th C1 e t.f r
staff of Howitzer, the acade- walk on. i 3.69
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PURCHASE HEUBLEIN, CORDIALS AND COCKTAILS

SALE Manhattan Old Fashioned
Creme de Menthe Triple I Sec ,
I I Creme de Cocoa Anisette MMM
: CASUAL SALE FAMOUS MAKE nip I Sloe Gin.Kummel m m Whiskey Sour, Daiquiri,

Rock & JHH0 M
LADIES Rye M Side Car Vodka Martini

2.97-3.97-4.97 _

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.REG. 4.99 TO 7.99 *
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ISAYE; UP. :TO 3,02 FIR PAIR
ROSES
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REG 2.983.98DYNAMITEM
: e.Whit, I IMPORTED CANADIAN WHISKY Bottled in BandS
= 1 Natural> ; DAYS 5th 549 3 for 1625 ''
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E CAPRIS, PEDAL PUSHERS 950 OLDE BOURBON5th
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Buy and save during this annual event. Hundreds of REG. 5.988.98DYNAMITEM

pairs.ot."flreat savings ail from regular stock. At. DAYS All Abate

.these:prices'.. you'll.... want severol pairs I-. come'.in SALE 2.993.99OlSCON1'lNUEO Prices ALL OTHER BRANDS OF
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4 I .. Wedding I Vows Solemnized OIDM f flflD I Luncheon Miss Jean Honors ThrasherMiss IT KillSBUGS


' Solemnized the presence of
\ the members o! the two families .. Jean Thrasher, bride., bert Davis, Mrs. Dalton Harrison -
and close friends, the marriage elect of Otis Wayne Rickman of Mrs. J. E. Rich Jr., Mrs.';
of Miss Linda Cornelia Black THE Orlando, was honored at a H. H. Greene, and Mrs. NormaChestnut
f family f L Y YRuth
I j and took Charles place the A.afternoon Kunz of of Miami May., luncheon given recently at the I FASTYET A RE b
Holiday Inn, by Mrs. H. H.
'30 in the First Methodist A gift of silver was presentedto
1 :Church. Rev. Thomas G. Mitch- Weimer .-. . Women's EditorBeckerTucker Green and Mrs. Norma Chestnut the honoree.
!!, officiated. L9."
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_.Mrs. and Mrs. Kenneth Leroy ir5. I I Red rose arrangements deco ADVERTISEMENT .J SAFEAND jI
I Black and the bridegrom is rated the luncheon
table.
the son of Mr. and Mrs. John 4Y. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Henry
Kunz of Miami., Becker announce the engage- ... LONG
Nuptial music was given by ment and approaching marriageof ""'" -, The guest list included Mrs. Fat Overweight LASTING

..Mrs. E. Ruffin Jones, organist. their daughter, Miss Nancy Robert Moore, Mrs. R. W. Mix.on .
I Tree candelabra holding Katherine Becker, to Lawson Mrs. Barton Thrasher Jr.,I Available to you without a doctor's prescription On sale at most neighborhood
I white tapers were used at either Dewayne Tucker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Benny Walker, Mrs. ,Joe!,You must, our lose product ugly fat or called your Odrine money) stores and at .
side of the altar, which was Mrs. Donald Mixson Tucker of Mrs. back. Odrlnex is ti Ie and
Dunlap, Lou
Retzal, Mrs. : rdt
adorned with an all-white ar- easily swallowed. et of excessfat ;:
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Eau Gallie, formerly of Gaines-
.. I and live longer. Odrinex costs $3.00,
i rangement of white chrysanthemums y.Y yy I +tL, k 1- ville. Henry Turner, Mrs. Richard,and Is sold on this guarantee: If not I! r l
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I' I and gladioli. q kr7lY Yy The bride-elect was graduatedfrom Jones, Miss Jeanne Thrasher,i,package satisfied for to your any reason druggist lust and return get your the|i .
Gainesville High School, .w..Ktv Mrs. Barton Thrasher St., Mrs.I full money back. No questions asked
Sister Is AttendantMrs. .f oarlnex >i sold with tttlt guarantee ttv 20 NW taf4t art. F& 6-2661
; James Danieb Sailer, 3 'liee she was a member vl A }V. Wrres If km, &Crs, fZnr 'ly) .U DRill- Mi)2 TIn DRDPR3 =f.)22Ba V.WyTcATyT (!I. .
a-Y. She attended -- ----- ..
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her
p : s.tster. ot tee bride, was
Jacksonville University where
I attendant. She wore a
only
I Wedgewood blue chiffon jacket xz she was a member of Omega GATE CITY WILL ALLOW

dress and matching headpiece ?, ? Tau Alpha sorority.The .
t I of blue chiffon lilies, which held r bridegroom-elect was graduated YOU A WHOPPING
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: from Gainesville High
; her veil of illusion. She carried i
J, a cascade of white roses. School. He is presently employedby
f I The bride was given in marriage Russ's Sheet Metal I
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: f' MotKer-Daughter Tea CalendarOf The Dance Follies of 1964Nancy UDC Luncheon HeldKirby


: Compliments Graduate Smith Chapter, United,was the program presented by
" EventsTODAY Daughters of Confederacy met guest speaker, Mrs. John Me-
A_ other-daughter tea, was hostesses who also gave Miss Jane School of Dance The Ballet Interlude will include Guest vocalist will be Nancy recently for a luncheon at the
'I given recently by,Mrs.-T. :Wade McClane a gift of silver. presents "The Dance Follies of several numbers, two of Willingham and guests with a Hotel Thomas commemoratingthe I Knight.Don't

IJarrison' and her daughter, An embroidered Swiss organ- June 4 1964", Saturday at 7:45 at the which the will advanced be danced students.on pointy Another baton routine will be Kay Denny birthday of Jefferson Davis Pierce

.. Mrs. 'Don McClane of Orlando, dy cloth was used on the serv- Gainesvill e C h a p t e r 44, Gainesville High School Audi- number in this section is to- and Carolyn Harms. A trio dancing president of the Confederacy. Your MeatSave
to 'compliment Miss Catherine ing table, which was centeredby OES, 8 p.m., Masonic Temple. torium. This year's revue will be "Ole Man River", by Sherli will be Jean, Kathy, and Members present were Mrs.
McClane, ,who will be graduated an arrangement of pink American Association of Uni- feature modes of transportation, Law, Beverly Summerlin, Lori: Sapp; and the Summerlin Albert H. Miller Mrs. B. P. Be- those precious juices in
roses and Queen Anne's lacein sisters, Linda and Beverly, will vile, Mrs. C. L. Doke, Mrs. G.
meat
from P. K. Yonge High versity Women,Morning inter- from walking to rockets. Kathy Brown, Janis Jeffcoat, during preparation by
School' next Wednesday. a silver compote. est Group, Mrs. Jack Moore, Judi Martin, Sandra Ryals, Mar- present a special number. M. Strickland, Mrs. A. P. Spencer -I[;moving and turning! chops,
Opening the will be
program Mrs. W. F. Franks and and
frankfurters, steaks sausage
2021 NW 11th Road. ilyn Rain, Elizabeth Ann Hud-
Those serving, punch were
dancers Soloists will be Janis '
: Kay Wright, Marcia Jeffcoat
Mote: than 70 mothers anddaughters' Miss Sue Baker, Miss Janis son, Jean Sapp, and Pat McCoy.A Miss Gertrude Arrington. with tongs. Puncturing the
Voice Recital students of Cobb, Linda Summerlin, Carolyn Woodrow Beville
by ,
Kay Wright, meat with a fork can result 'in
called at the Harri Adkins and
Loften, Miss Peggy Mrs. Delbert Sterrett, 8 p.m., Rain, Betty Janes, Marsi Cutts, toe-tap will be performedby Beverlie Hartwell, Carolyn Rain, Guests of the chapter were the loss of the savory juices.Is .
son home during the afternoon. I Miss Sandra Stallings. I I Gainesville High School Chorus Genny Sisk Robin Gerke, Be- the advanced students. The Tarn Hope, and Elaine Wilson. Mrs. G. R. Leynes, Mrs. L. K

Corsages of white and blue Presiding at the coffee serv- Room. verlie Hartwell, Jean Sapp, Ju- revue will include dances in Walker; and Mrs. John Mc- range level? When
.spring flowers were presentedto ice were Mrs. J. P. Ingle, Mrs. Gainesville Little Theatre, di Martin, Janis Jeffcoat, and jazz, tap, ballet, acrobatics, and I The public is invited to attend. Knight. oven your racks slant cakes bake
the honoree and her mother, Gleason Snow, Mrs. S. J. Ad- "An Enemy of the People", Beverly Summerlin. baton. i There is no admission charge.] "The Life of Jefferson Davis" unevenly.
Mrs. T. K. McClane Jr., by the kins and Mrs. Travis Loften. 8:30 p.m., 4039 NW 16th Boule- ,I
vard. Tapping to "Waiting for the i I
Piano Recital, students of Robert E. Lee", will be Elaine:
' Mrs. Conrad Bauschka, 7:30 Wilson, Becky Taylor, Patty!
1 Surprise Party p.m., J. J. Finley School Aud Coles, Tam Hope, Brenda Kid! -- ... ,.
itorium. well, Terry Thorp, Suzanne
1- Honors Graduate FRIDAY, JuneGainesville & Thorp, Linda Ferber, JoAnne
Bridge Club, 9 Ferber, Donna Renee'French,
a.m., Holiday Inn. Jennie Carroll Russell, and I
rJ A surprise graduation party and Mrs. Andrew McComb, Mr Gainesville Little Theatre, Yvonne Best.
J r was given Wednesday evening and Mrs. Larry Reed, Mr. and vard.
'by Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Jones, The youngest group in the re-
John and
) Mrs. Benton, Mr. "An Enemy of the People",
: for their son Robert Paul vue presenting a tap dance will
: Mrs. Richard Cruse, Mrs. Nor- 8:30 p.m., 4039 NW 16th BouleA -
1 Z Jones, who graduated from include Vicki Kite, Jessie Ray I
School. ma E. Miller, John Brooks, '
? Gainesville High cornucopia made from Raines, Buddy Hutchinson, Ani-
t Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Jones, ta Florist, Debra Dahlstrom, I
i : Purple and white, the Gainesville an ounce slice of bologna fill- : S.
I High School colors were Houston, Texas, and Mr. and ed with 2 tablespoons of cot Susan'Austin, Peggy Almeida, ,0< Y :
I f used in the decorations. Mrs. W. C. Jones, Buffalo, N.Y., tage cheese and served with a Cathy Rivers, William Tuten, S ,,4: )
t carrot strips will Karen Moore, Karol Bryant,
:. The list included Mr. both brothers and sisters in law few raw .
I"ii' guest give you less than a 100 cal- Lynnette Guin, Donna Kay Williams -,
I and Mrs.: Cecil W. Barnes; Mr. of the honoree. ories for a delicious snack.Shirt Susan Jones, Belinda I
Hadcock, and Janette Lynn
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.. Jane Bradley, Linda Bea Hoot- :.
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"Surrey with a Fringe on Top",I' University Avenue usually says things in a whisper she

-.. I is a ballet by Kathy. Sapp, Angela doesn't like to toot her horn too loudly but a time comes when*
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There scads of dresses skirts blouses
Kathy Moore, Kathy Towers, are things -

Susan Foray, Donna Pope, Sha- handbags 2 pc outfits might even be a few swimsuits by

.. ron Pope, Donna Marie Har- the time we're finished lots of famous names, too. One more
.. graves, Sharla Van Nyvenheim,
: - Patricia Barwick, Marilyn Du- thing don't be the last one in your size may be gone. S

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Too Bad For Us ? LBJ's Camp Beams He's ThisClose :



|, WASHINGTON (AP)The victory Conn. Many observers saw this He added, pointedly: !had really gained much infor-
of Sen. Barry Goldwater in as further evidence that Johnson "The response must suit the mation during visits to such I To 1st Vote WinI
California's Republican presI- would relish an autumn encounter places as Saigon.
dential primary seems to have with the Arizona senator. threat Those who would answer Goldwater has been Johnson's I

pleased at least one Democrat During the past six months, every problem with nuclear target more often than Nixon,I I (AP) The If he fulfills these estimates,
-President Johnson. II Johnson has said little or noth- weapons, display not braver, % t: Got however even in impromptu final phase of the race for the Goldwater would march into

The chief executive hasn't reacted ing that has been critical, even, but bravado, not wisdom but a l t Barry's remarks. Republican presidential n0mination -the convention: with from 615 to

directly to Goldwater's directly, of such potential Republican wanton disregard for the survi h _On one occasion, the Presi- gets under way Friday 650 first tallot votes, just shy
narrow win over Gov. Nelson A. opponents as Rockefeller val of the world and the futureof F. dent made light of a Republi amid indications that Sen. Barry of the 655 needed for the nom
Rockefeller of New York. How-I Gov. William W. Scrantonof the EverybodyTalking can-inspired campaign to collect Goldwater of Arizona is onlya ination.
race.
ever, a couple of straws in the Pennsylvania, Henry Cabot pennies to pay the White whisker away from a first- Goldwater backers who are
wind, as it were, seemed to Lodge or Gov. George Romney cussed"P House light bill. He said Gold- ballot victory. predicting a first-ballot nomina-
point up the response in the administration of Michigan.In water had outdone most Republicans -. Washington state Republicansopen
I camp. fact, the President has yield nuclear weapons to stri by contributing a whole their convention and dele-

1. Johnson aides, who normal- heaped praise on Lodge, the U.S. the leaves from jungle trees in l nickel, "a wooden nirkel." gates to the GOP National! FirstBallotLiJ1eUp
by mirror the President's at- ambassador in Saigon. Viet Nam Communist Convention will be chosen in
so guer- I
titudes, declined today to reject I Two Republicans have been rillas coild be exposed from the, :I Birchers Have two Colorado districts Friday I
suggestions that Goldwater's tri- placed by Johnson in a some- air. was cut off. I! On other occasions, the Pres- By Saturday. night some 63
umph was pleasing to them., what bifferent category. they ( On several occasions, the[tdent has Sound apparent enjoyment -, 'A Good dtt}nates ,.T?} 2w chosen m
Quite the contrary, they\arc Richard M Nixon, toe former : And Johnson's statement was,)President; has suggested thatGoldwater's \[ ici{ making fun of Kixoth Day Washington, Gafotwfo, Mabama J The AP survey of 1,1>)D reminiscent of those he has and Hawaii,' and political observers gates already chosen shows this
beamed. ] vice president, and Cold-' proposed particularly} after the former
made on half a dozen public oc- responseto i 2J>m stark irhurs win be better able! to I.first-ballot line up based on
2. The President himself took water. the water cutoff was most un-I vice president returned from a !
casions when he has jibed atGoldwater's LOS ANGELES The John auge the impact of Goldwa pledges, primary commitments
another indirect swipe at Goldwatersomethirig' In New London Wednesday, suitable to the threat. Johnsonhas globe circling tour on behalf of
suggestion that the I Birch Society, which was shut ter's victory in Tuesday's California :instructions and stated preference
he obviously Johnson said the United States' United States should have sent said he found it much wiser the Pepsi-Cola Co. Johnson was out at the polls in the Cali- :
delights in doing-in a speech must have varied strength to Marines to Cuba when water for. to send one admiral to shut the I quick to suggest that Nixon fornia general election of 1962, primary.That him 86 del-I Goldwater 446
Wednesday at New London meet varied dangers. I the Guantanamo Naval Base water off by cutting the pipe- !doubtless had been so busy fostering -showed renewed political egates victory from the gave Golden State, I Nelson A. Rockefeller 117
line than to send in Marines to the best interests of the
i strength Wednesday in the Re- boosting his first ballot strengthin William W. Scranton 72
turn the water doubtful he
on. company that it was
publican primary. The Associated Press surveyof Henry Cabot Lodge 44
Sees Him Will Win Hurt
Rocky Winning Hoping for a conservative
I delegates already chosen to Margaret Chase Smith 15
Cloture Try? But He surge for Sen. Barry Goldwaterfor 416. That contrasted with a Richard M. Nixon 13
Disappears president, nine avowed members
But Won't Give Up YetNEW claim of 454 by Goldwater's Favorite sons 103
j of the Birch
Society en-
WASHINGTON (AP) Sen- headquarters.A Uncommitted 240

YORK AP-Gov.) Nel- public opinion will bring Gold- ate leaders bent on passing the From Winner's Circle tered federal Republican and state offices.contests Five for spot check Wednesday of
son A. Rockefeller says present water into "the mainstream of civil rights bill brushed aside won Republican nominations for political leaders in most of the tion are looking closely at the
indications are that Sen. Barry American thinking," and add- today suggestions their chancesof WASHINGTON AP) In the fight. the House of Representatives, 15 states and Puerto Rico, big bloc of nominally uncom-
Goldwater will win the Re- ed: "The senator said Wednes- cutting off the debate had winner's circle, Arizona Sen. "There are still roads to cross the state senate the where a total of 258 delegates mitted or favorite-son votes, Including -
or assem-
publican presidential nomina- day night he was in the main- been hurt by the California pri- Barry Goldwater left the talkingto but with California's 86 delegates -bly. remain to be chosen, showed 58 in Ohio, 48 in Michigan -
tion on the first or second ballotat stream of American thought, mary or a tactical maneuver of his campaign spokesmen today we have taken a giant Surveying the election re- Goldwater is expected to win 31 in New Jersey and 30
the national conventionbut"I'm and all I can say is that we've I Southern opponents. and slipped out of sight at step toward winning the presi- sults, former Rep. John H. between 140 and 190. And an- in Wisconsin.
staying right in this to got a meandering stream. At the same time Sen. Jack an undisclosed hideaway. dential nomination," the victory Rousselot, the western states other 25 or so of these unchosen They feel there is Goldwater
the end" There are hazards in that riv- Miller, R-Iowa, removed him- Goldwater stamped his approval -statement declared. governor for the John Birch delegates could wind up in the support in those delegationswhich
He said at the news confer- er." self from the ranks of the uncommitted Wednesday on a victory Kitchel said Goldwater will Society, expressed satisfaction.He ;senator's corner before the can be called on either
ence that he thinks every Re- Rockefeller said he believesthe and announced he statement prepared by his cam- keep a date to address the commencement declared "It was a good GOP convention opens July 13 during or at the end of the first
publican would support Goldwater will vote next Tuesday-the day paign staff, inviting his beaten of Pennsylvania Mil- day for conservatives." in San Francisco. i roll call.Little .
if he ran on a "forwardlooking" Republican platform should set for a showdown-to put the rival, New York Gov. Nelson A. itary Vollege in Chester next --- -----=--..
platform. be drafted first, and a candidate Senate's debate-limiting cloture Rockefeller, to help unite the Sunday, and return to his Senate
Rockefeller said he hopes then selected to run on it. rule into effect. GOP for the November election desk Monday. FolKS b Ce r ,'llkzlii- erilr.- -


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V. S. Strength Greater Than MightOf



All Nations In World's History


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"staggering" strength was not t "The Soviet Union has far,
Johnson gave an awe- to but Johnson listed five "areas of :! ..-- ,
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some accounting yesterday of an end to civilization but increasing strength" in the ready to be launched beneath
United States military strength, to "put an end to conflict. American military establishment I''
saying it now exceeds the com- Our adversaries, convincedthat : our ability to deter atomic the seas. We have more than, (
bined might of all the nationsin destruction to 1,000 strategic bombers,
direct attack would be ; fight "less many II
useless OLDs '.
world history. than all-out war" to of which A !
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,are now resorting to terror,i ; are equipped with-air-, SURFSIDE
subversion and !subversion; to develop new to-surface and decoy missiles:
"Against such force the com guerrilla war 4
bined destructive of ev- fare, the President said. He weapons for "deterrance anddefense" to help them reach almost an I ,
power G "
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such tactics would fail. He said the U.S. now had "d ficulty" sending less than! f 3.84
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By NIS NISSEN sports and an outside interest," Dr. Wilson continued. life- ditioning programs-failure to institute physical fitness activi- feeling to know you have the power to do what you have to I

Assistant Sports Editor long relationship may. come out of this association with ath- ties in midsummer and the failure to use progressive restric- do."
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Dr. Wilson also believes the program has played a big role strength. scouts last season with his inspired play, has come a long..
The need for physical fitness is a subject tossed around in GHS' football the three "I think it has since his sophomore
success past years. Regarding the first point, Dr. Larson cited that the injury way jear.

considerably by both youngsters and adults. had a lot to do with the team morale and desire. rate among high school athletes is greatest in the first threeor He has gained 60 pounds and developed speed and agilityat

Parents ask, "Is it necessary for my child?" while the boy "I think Mr. Niblack should be commended for giving his four fall weeks. his halfback position. .

wonders, "Is it worth all the effort?" own time to the program during the summer," Dr. Wilson "The National Federation of High Schools, for a period of "I think the summer program helps a lot," Giffen said. When,

Several leading doctors have put their stamps of approvalon concluded.Dr. three years, shows 64 per cent of the injuries occurred in the we come back in August for practice, it's not such a burden

physical fitness as a whole and the Gainesville High School Edward Kissam, a local physician, also is familiar with first four weeks of the season 32 per cent in October and 4 getting in shape.

program. the program and equally impressed."I per cent during November," he, said. Achieve'

And Jim Niblack and his GHS coaching staff have tried to think he's (Niblack) running a good recreational and "One could easily suspect that this is largely due to lackof 'Goal to

take the work out of the workouts with their competive levelsof physical fitness program," Dr. Kissam said. "I believe it is training and experience," Dr. Larson continued. "But if "And the levels give you something to work for, a goal to

achievement. well for everyone to participate in it." we go further we find that of the injured individuals, 25 per achieve," he continued. "I don't think we could have a better
Dr. James G. Wilson, head of the anatomy department at cent were in their first season and 22 per cent were in their program."

University of Florida, is an authority quite close to the subject.Dr. Gradually Work Up fourth. Al Simmons also has come a long way the past two years,

Wilson has had two sons in the GHS program, one of Muscle gaining 50 pounds and blcssoming into a rugged 180 pound
whom is Jay Wilson, an All-America prep lineman this past Dr. Kissam pointed out that you need to start off with lighter Development"Muscle lineman.

football season."I weights and gradually work up, which is the method being development is obtained by loading the musclesand "Knowing you're stronger gives you confidence," Simmons -

am very much impressed with the program," Dr. Wil- used at GHS. pressing activity beyond the threshold of fatigue," he ex- said. "Working out in the summer keeps you in condi-

son said. "I think Mr. Niblack deserves a great amount of "I think isometrics is simple and really works," he said. plained. "Si 1ple repetitiveness alone gives endurance but tion and also gives you something to do."

credit for the work he has done. They have some fine equipment "But, it's just like any other exercise, you just have to keep does not provide muscular strength which is so necessary to Simmons, a current blue ribbon student, showed his con

doing it."Isometrics. help protect the ligaments and joints against injury." fidence: "I know I'm going to make gold level this summer.- .

Good for All In general, builds strength," Dr. Kissam said, The boys at GHS build confidence along with strength and I'm really looking forward to it."

"and running and moving weights build endurance." also enjoy exercising with and against schoolmates.Two Niblack and the remainder of the GHS coaching staff gaze

"I feel this sort of thing is good for an students. I think The Medical Tribune came out with a world-wide report by upcoming 'seniors on the football team took time out with pride at their program-as they should.

the biggest criticism in high schools and colleges is that they Dr. Robert L. Larson of Eugene, Ore., concerning athletic to give their views on the program in which they have beena "We have had representatives from at least 25 high schools

are too confined to certain individuals. Any spreading out of conditioning programs.Dr. part the past two years.Al and colleges all over the country come here to see and copy

the program is certainly beneficial."I Larson said the injury rate among high school ath- Giffen, a mountain of a player at 6-4'and 225 pounds said, our program," Niblack said. '

think it gives the exercise boys need, the knowledge of letes is excessive because of two common defects in their con. "It's a tremendous help to. strengthen yourself. It's a great And there'll be more.

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Pushes 150 Pounds Over His HeadSun Coach Bob Erwin Adds 235 PoundsBy Goes Through Exercises in Outdoor GymSun

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In football, one of finding a highly' intelligent and talented



athlete.In order. to attract young men with superior academic 4b 5 45 SR Head-Arm-Heart ;1 1John

rating, a new angle has to be explored. Rodgers, going by Whitey: s

past experience in the field, has learned that the intellectually

gifted athlete is interested FIRST in what kind of an education -

he will be able to secure in his chosen field at the UF MIKE RATHET Roberts, got more than enough Romano opened the Indians Claude Osteen, 4-4, sent the I
and SECOND in what the athletic advantages be. '
may 5' Associated Press Sports Writer support as Boog Powell hit his half of the ninth with a double Tigers dawn to their fifth

A smart young man of today can ask many, many ques- Whitey Ford, said teammate 10th and 11th homers and Luis as both Don Mossi and Hoyt straight defeat with a six-hitter

tions to a prospective recruiter. The recruiter better have Ralph Terry, wins because "he's Aparicio and Willie Kirkland Wilhelm came on to Al Kaline had three of Detroit'shits

the answers, too, whether they be in the field of business got it in three places-here, each hit one. Powell and Kirk- preservethe
Horlen drove in the and both
produced
runs
administration, medicine, engineering, philosophy you Thursday,, June 4, 1964 here and here." land connected back-to-back in victory.
Sox' first when he
name it And Terry pointed to his head, the ninth inning after the A's White run with a homer. Fred Valentineand
grounded out in the second. Al
his arm and his heart. had scored their only run in the Dick Phillips each hit a
Weis homered in the seventh t
They Tour the CampusSo The trio allowed Minnesota eighth on singles by Wayne and Dave Nicholson who had homer for the Senators as Dave t

only four hits Wednesday eight, Causey and Dick Green and an Wickersham failed in his third
the Gator coaches in a make tours of the three hits, wrapped up the scoring
group, Ford keeping tight rein on the error by Roberts.
various colleges and schools to be found at the UF. Theyare City Golf controls as he pitched the New with a run-producing single try to get his seventh victory.He .

given briefings on what type of courses are available, York Yankees to a 3-0 victoryand Horlen, now 3-2, left after in the eighth. is 6-5.

what a prospective student will face in that chosen field,
took over the American
how he is to fare after he graduates.The .
likely
League lead in shutouts and d
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Rodgers plan is hating a two-fold effect. There are Open earned-run average. .

new coaches on the staff this year, Billy Kinard, Fred Pan- Making his 12th start, the

ccast, Larry Travis and recruiter Charles "Rabbit" Smith. 35-year-old left-hander brought
CHICAGO CLEVELAND Night Game Night Gam
They are learning from the ground up. The \eteran coachesare his record to 6-1 with his fourth abrhbi abrhbl WASHINGTON DETROIT 1 BOSTON LOS ANGELES
getting added store of Information on subjects they June 1314The shutout and lowered his ERA to Landls ct 5010 Howser u 4000 abrhbl abrhbi abrhbl abrkM
an wets 2b 4111 Davahllo cf 4020 Blas'ama 2b 4 0 0 0 Phillips 3b 101 0 Jones 2b 5011 Pearson cf 4222
knew about, to a degree. a sparkling 153. Ford also is Ward 3b 3000 Wagner It 3000 Ken' y ss-90; 3120 Lumpe 20 410 nigliaro Cf I 1 1 4 Koppe ss 4230
Buford 3b 0000 Romano c 4010 Hinton If 3000 Kahne rf 313 2 Y'trze'skl If 101 0 Moran 3b-2b 3101
tied for the No. 1 spot in strikeouts Hansen ss 4010 Whltfleld Ib 3000 King rf 4200 Cash Ib 402 ,Mantilla, If 1 00 OAdcock Ib 4132
Gone are the days when a recruiter's stock answer to a annual Sun City Open will its first year of operation, will H'shbY rf 5110 cAzcue 1000 Phillips Ib 5 2 31 Freehan e 400 0 Stuart Ib 5010 bOees Ib 0000
could be .tuition and board books with Boston's Dick Radatz. Nicholson 11 3 1 Chance rf 2000 Brumley c 3001 Demeter If 200 0 eWilson 0000 Thomas rf 4122
football player .. room be played! at the Golf and Country be in fine shape for the tour
Both have 68. McCraw Ib 4000 dHeld 1000 Zlmmer 3b 3000 Thomas cf 400 0 Malzone 3b 4120 Klrkpatrk U 3 0 1 1
and $15 a month for incidentals." Club on Saturday and Sun- ney. The new local layout has McNertney c 3 01 0 Alvis 3b 3000 Brink/nan ss 0 0 0 0 McAuliffe ss 10 0 0 Clinton rf 4110 Knoop 2b :3010
How does Ford, who had a aMartln c 1000 Brown 2b 3000 Valentine cf 4 1 2 2Wick'iham p 0 0 0 0 Bressoud ss :3 2 2 cSmith cb 1110
day, June 13-14, it was an- been rated as one of the three Horlen p 4011 John p 2000 Osteen p 3000 Egan p 100 Tillman c 4223 Rodgers C 0000
Caught on the Run nounced today. toughest courses in the state by 24-7 record last year, do it time Mossl p 0000 Abernathy p 0 0 0 0 aWood 100 Sparuwick p 2 I 1 0 Satr'no c-3b 2100
Wilhelm p 0000 bFrancona 1000 Rakow p 000 Heffner p 0000 McBrlde p 1001
I This tourney is sponsored by the Florida State Golf Associ- after time? McMahOn pOD 0 0 bWert 100 Radatz p 2000 Osmskl p 0000
Totals J7 212 Totals 31 131 Sherry p 0000 Connolly p 0000 Duliba p 0000
Gator head coach and athletic director Graves
Ray getting the Sun and is the only event ation. Triple Play a-Hit Into fielders choice for McNert Totals 34 4 14 Totals 32 212 aFregosI 1000
good mileage out of the fact his new home is being built played in the city that is Tom Hanssen is tourney chairman ney in 8th Grounded out for Aber- a Struck out for Egan In 5th; b- O Lee p 0000
opento Terry says it's the head-arm nathy In Ith c-Flied out for Whitfieldin Grounded out for Rakow In 7th. dPiersall 0000
right next door to a psychiatrist. One hardly could think of golfers from the clubs and for the eventfIMAIORt4 heart triple play. He elaborates: I fthi o"-Safe on error for Chance in Washington ... ..... ... .. 032 010 000-4 R Lee p 0000
a better location for a big-time football mentor. Graves isquipping the University of Florida. 9th. Detroit ........... ... ...0 .002 000 C90E I Totals 37 I 12 0 Total 000l3 fa
"He's got a reason for every Ckica ................... an aot ItI-2 -Struck out for Duliba In 4th; bRan -
that he'll and talk the good doctor into be- Lumpe J. Phillips. PO-AW.shlng.ton Adcock In
try for TTti c-Singled for
The event has been domI- pitch. That's something you can Cleveland ................. 100 000 000-0E 27.5, Detroit 2712. DP-Osteen. Ken- Knoop In Oth; Sacrificed for O. Lea
coming the team's head-shrmker. nated in past years by UF golf for -Alvis. Ward Buford. P0-A-Chicago nedy and R Phillips Lumpe. McAuliffeand in im; e_Ran for Stuart In tth.
few but
say very pitchers, Cash. LOB-Washington 0 .Detroit 42B .
Former Gator halfback Sam Mack touring coaches' offices ers. Laurie Hammer won it you can say it about Whitey be- 27-14 and Whttfield/Cleveland Hansen 27-14. and DP-AlvIs McCraw.Brown LOB -Kennedy. 3B-Kennedy. HR-Valen- Boston .. ................. tO 041 000-0La
-Chicago 11. Cleveland 7. tine. R. Phillips, Kallne Angele. .............111 MO 02X-VE
yesterday at the UF prior to returning to his work in Rich- last year. Previous winners .. cause he thinks out there on the J&-Romano. 3B-Nicholson. HR-WelsIP 'IP H R ER 0550

mond, Va. Mack said he and Mrs. Mack (former Connie have included such names as LEAGUE mound. He can set up a hitter xHorlen W, 3-2 .. 0 "R 3. ER 033 IB SO Osteen Wick'sham W, 1.4..9 L. 4-5 22.3 4 422 S 3 1 37 2 24-12-Thomas Los Angeles 2, Tlllman.27-t. DP PO-A-Ma-Boston Hone,

Strickland of High Springs) spent a few days in Tarpon Dan Sikes, Tommy Aaron, Dave beautifully because he's Moss! o. .......... 1.3' 0 000 Egan .... .... 213 3 1 1 3 3 Stuart and. Malzone. LOB-Boston 1, Lei
got
LEADERSNATIONAL everything -Wilhelm __....... 2-30 Rakow ..... .. 2 0. 1 0 2Sherry Angeles S.2BAdcock
0 IIIJohn.
Springs on vacation. Mack "chased sharks" in the Gulf of Ragan, Doug Sanders, etc., all 'Lt to do the job." U23 ...... 7 1.3 I 3 3 J 3 ... .. .. 2 0 0 0 3 I Thomas, Breuoutf. TilU
for relaxation.Bill pro golfers today. AbernaThy ......._ 23 1 0 000 WP-Egan. Paparella, Drummood man. HR-Contgllaro SB-Pearson. *-
Mexico With all that, Ford still was McMahon _.... ... 1 0. 1 1 2 Umenf DiMuro T-2:19. A-4.351 McBride. Piersait' SF-KW1< trlck.

McGrotha, sports editor of the Tallahassee Democrat, $5 Entry Fee LEAGUE touched for four hits. x-Faced-Napp, 1 Rice man, Stevens In 9th.U Valentine PB I NEW YORK NIGHT Game MINNESOTA ............ 4 IP H 7 R 5 ERBBSOxSpanswidc 5 2 2
There will be fee Robin Roberts Romano 2. T 2:30. A-S.5. abrkM abrhMKubefc yHeHner 0 2 Z Z 1 1
an'entry of allowed six but -
has paid the UF the supreme accolade. He noted the recent Batting 75 at bats Williams Chicago. Twilight Game ss SO2OVersalles ss 4 0 1 0RtehMion Radatz ,.3 3 1 1 1 1
out the UF's in $,5 which should be made to 121 Mays. San Francisco. JcS. rode a four-homer salvo to his BOSTON LOS ANGELES 2b 41 2 0 Gory 30 4010 I Connolly U13 .. I 1 1 1 1 0
picture sent by sports publicity department Runs Mays San Francisco 44; Allen I. abrhbf abrhbl Trash cf 5120 Olrea rf 4000 wMcBrid ......4 1 3 3 3 2
which coed Joyce Bleidner of Plantation shows off the club' pro Bill Etheridge. Players Philadelphia, and Clemente Pittsburgh fourth victory as the first-place Jones 2b 1020 Pearson cf 3000Canlgliaro Howard C 4111 Allison cf 4000 I Osmskl ......... 134 :3 3 0 0
........
33. Lopez H 4012 Killebrew If 2000 Duliba 1233 2 1 0 1
rugged Gator schedule. (The picture was earned in The Sun may form their own foursomes Runs batted In Mays. San Francisco. Baltimore Orioles defeated Kan- YastrTskl M cf 3101 101 Moran Tnomas:3b rf 4111 4011 Marts rf 3000 Mincher Ib 3000 D. Lee, W.3-1 ...2 2000)
section last Sunday). McGrotha said that Miss Bleid for the first round of 18 43: ; Boyer. St. Louis 41. 0 sas City 5-1 for their sixth consecutive Stuart Ib 4010 RodgerS c 3000Malzena Peptone Ib 4010 Battey c 3020 'R- LN .. ........1 2. 1 1 1
sports Hits Claim I 3 men In Stti Faced 2
Williams x
w- Chicago.nd :3b 4020 Satrians Ib 3010 Boyer 3b 4000 Allen 2b 3000 Faced -
ner looks more like an FSU coed.AMERICAN holes on Saturday, June 13. If ente. Pittsburgh. 44 victory. Clinton rf 4020 Klrkpatrti If 3 0 0 0 Ford p 3010 Roland p 2000 ; y-Faced 3 men In Sin z-
unable to form a foursome, Double Clemente Pittsburgh, 14,; Bressoud is 4 o 31 Koppe n 2000 Power 1000 Faced 1 man In IthWP .
Williams. Chicago. 13. Other Games Nixon c 3000 Knoop 2b 2100 Shifflett p 0000Tatals -Spanswick. PB-Satrtano. U-s..
players should contact Ether- Triples Santo Chicago 5; Calllson. Morehead p 3111 Newman p 2010 342103 Totals X040a lame McKinlev, Chylak.! Soar. T-3;00.
Philadelphia Clemente. Pittsburgh Elsewhere in the AL, Joel Flied Roland In tth. A-3,504.
out for
i a.+ eisor idge and he'will place them witha aMantilla OOOOR LN p else -
Mays. .San Francisco and Boyer St. :lorlen permitted only three hits Totals 34 0II0 TetaH 24 212 New York .... ...... _... 000 100 020-3 BALTIMORE Night Cam KANSAS
group. Lava 4.Homes a Walked for Morehead in tth. Minnessa ....... .. 1711501001ENone. abrhbl CITY
2 1 For the final 18-holes on Sunday II; Williams.runs Chicago- Mays.14.San Francisco. but needed ninth inning relief Baste ...-...... .... ooo OM oto-0 PO-A-New York 2711; Minnesota I P Adair 2b J 0 3 0 Causey u abrhbi 4130Aparicio
Stolen bases Wills Los Angeles. help before the Chicago White La Anwfes .. oce one eta-2 277. DP-Borer. Richardson and I IPepi' ss 5131 Green 2b Sill
June 14, players will be 20. Harper Cincinnati 11. Canlgliaro. PO-A-Boston 14-1X Lot -. LOB-New York 10 Minnesota Bowens r-tf 1111 Akoik If 3000
f Pitching S decisions Marichai, San Sox subdued Cleveland 3-0, Angeles 27.16. DP-Newman. Knoop and 4 Sietem Ib 2100 bGenti 1 101
paired according to first-round
Francisco, Farrell Houston S- Robinson 3b 3 0 0 0 TarTb'U If 0000
II-1..12,3 Washington belted Betroit 6-2 Satrtano LOB-Boston 10. Los Angeles S. 2B-Battey. Tresh. HR-Howard.
scores. There will be A & B divisions 7-1. J7S. 2B-Jones, Moran. 38-Clinton. SB- Richardson. Powell If 4223 Colavito rf 4000Clmoll 1
Los and H R ER BBSO rf 440 Chrte Jo 3000
Strikeouts Drysdale Angeles. the Los Angeles Angels Pearson. S-Newman. IP
\ LEAGUEW. NATIONAL LEAGUEW. in, the championship 74; Maloney Cincinnati. 72. IP H. ? ? ? Ford, W. 1-' ..... 4/ 0 1 7 Kirkland cf 41 1 1 Edwards Ib>> 4 0 I 0 I
L Pet. CB. flight and then flights of AMERICAN LEAGUE swept a doubleheader from Boston Morehcad, 2 2 Roland L. 2.3 ... 0 9 3 3 1 7 Brown c 3000 Bryan c 4020
L Pd. GB0V
Philadelphia ... ... 21 IS .443 eight Batting 75 at bats Oliva Minnesota 24 and 9-8. W,3-2S$1410 0 0 2 5R.rL ShMflett ........ 1 1" 1 1 1HBPS. Roberts p 4000 Mathews cf :I" 0 ,
Baltimore .. ... 3D W ..*** ..; San Fran ... ... _. 27 M .Mo -IVt players each. 313; Hinton. Washington .344. in./ Roland (Howard). U-Smith, Seoul p 2000aLaw
Chicago __ 2S .** 1H St. Louis .............. 24 21 JS3 3V4Pittsburgh Runs Oliva. Minnesota, 33; Allison Ford who hasn't lost since U- oar-Salerno. Mcl0nley.IChylak :Stewart, Honochick Rung T-2:30. A- 1111Wyatt i
Cleveland -23 17 OS7S '" ... ... ... 24 22 .522 5 From Anywhere and Rollins. Minnesota 33. T-2:IX :H.743. p Ills
Minnesota .............. 3* 50 .55 A' Milwaukee ... ... ... 74 22 J22 5 However Runs batted In Wagner, Cleveland, opening day got the only run he Totals--Flied out 34 f for'J Segul Tatai* In OM1 4 b 0
since the tourney is 41; Stuart. Boston. 37. -
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New York.,. 22 *. .471 ... .. Hits Olive, Minnesota 74; Hlnton. Howard Pleasant I Grounded Into force out for AJusik in Iftij
Did
Boston 20 23 46] TVt on a medal play basis, the win- Tops Bartley c-Ran for Gentile in Oth.altimr .
Washington 42.
Detroit 25 419 II Los Angeles ... ... 21 2S.4S7 I slammed a Jim Roland pitch fora
Washington .. 20 *+' ..to12 Houston ..0 ... ;.. II 17 .431 9 ner may come from anywhere.The Doubles Bressoud. Boston, and OOva homer in ...... ..... '. 000 100 203-f
the
Los Angeles. ... ... 1* 30 .38 J41 1314V4 New York ... '" M 32 Jl? 144Yesterdays Golf and Country Club in Triples and Rollins.- Olive Minnesota.Minnesota.II. 5; McAirliffe. fourth inning. winners scored twice in the fifth Kansas City .' . 000 000 010-1
Kansas CYesterday' ReliSenr Results Detroit Green. Kansas The Yankees then wrapped up I
Fre-
City
St. Louis 7. Chicago S ; ML Pleasant nipped Bartley to score the. victory. Bobby E-Roberts. PO-A-B.ltlmer. 27-0 .Tan-
Baltimore 5. Kansas City 1 Philadelphia 1. Los Angeles B, 11 Inn.ings gosi. Los Angeles; Versaties Minnesota their first victory over the had sas City 277 DP-Aparicio Adair and
Chicago 3. Cleveland I Navy's football team next fall and Hmton. Washington. 4. Temple 4-3 in a Church League Young and George Culp l Stebern. LOB-Baltimore 4, Kansas City
Home
runs Killebrew. Minnesota. Twins in five
New York ), Minnesota 0 San Francisco 3. Pittsburgh IMilwaukee games with a two- two hits each for Bartley Tem
Washington 6. Detroit 2 3 Cincinnati 2 will have nine lettermen on the 14 Stolen; Cdavito bases Kansas City. 11, run eighth. Bobby Richardson :Softball game at Lincoln, field I I 2B-Causey. HR-Aparkle. Powell J,
Loa Angeles 2-'. Boston 00TmrrW Houston. at New York, rainTomorrow's Aparicio Ballmer while Bethel turfeit pIe. Kirkland SB Charles A orlCJo. S-
by
11-man two-way unit 27| WelL Chicago* DavaCilo Cleveland won
Games Games singled Tom Tresh doubled Green Robinson.
and Hmton Washington 6. ; 011 01-3 7 2
New York at Los Angeles. N St. Louis at Clndn att. N from Mt, Carmel. Bartley Temple I IP H R ERBBSO
Boston at Kansas City N Los Pitching S decisions Bunkee.'BIffLs Howard was bit by a 'pitch and : Roberts W. 4-2 .. 0 4 1'
Angeles at New York N o Mt Pleasant 010 12-4 5 2 I 2 6
Baltimore at Minnesota N :;.; -. Chicago at MIIwIUll.... N j Joe Duff is in his third 4-OULOOO; Ford New York -.1.NorStrikeouts6i .. 0
Detroit at Chicago N Houston at Pittsburgh N yearas 457 i .Hector Lopez drove in the runs Philip Foxx: got two hits for McShan and Scott; Hall and ;WWafl..s. ....1 3221PBBrown. U
Washington at Cleveland' N San Francisco at Philadelphia, N Navy's baseball coach. Radatz, Boston, and Fen ,with single. 1 1I winning :Mt. Pleasant as the Ross Faulkner. U-Carrlgan. Hallcr
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By ORLO ROBERTSON That's the opinion of Horatio son of Nearactic-Natalma in the asked of him so well that I and Preakness, the Dancer ]Is
NEW YORK (AP-Northern Luro, trainer of the Canadian- [1-nule: final leg. of, the Triple. would hesitate to guess just how expected to go to the post at the One Stop Shopping For All Your Car NeedsAt
Dancer heads into Saturday's96th owned winner of the Kentucky ,Crown."I far he'll go." '
short odds of around 3-5. Discount-low Prices.
running of the $125,000-add- Derby and Preakness, and at I actually don't know his ca- "He probably hasn't reachedhis
ed Belmont Stakes with his peak least one trainer of the four 3- pabilities," said Luro today. peak," said Jimmy Conway, Hill Rise, from George A. I !. ; SERVICE
form still to come. year-olds expected to oppose the "He's done everything we have trainer of Orientalist, who was Pope Jr.'s El Peco Ranch, los- 6 WHILE
made a supplementary entry at er by a neck in the Derby and j YOU
the cost of $5,000. "He has held by 2V4 lengths in the Preakness, C>J llr SHOJI
Thunderbird F avoritesCan't his bloom so well. In fact he figures to get the bulk of the remainder OIS OORS
seems to look better every time of the play in the bet-
I see him. ting machines.

Post time is 3:45 p.m. EST,
Drive And Bad News with nationwide television +>.
RustyBy All of which could be bad
(CBS) scheduled for 3:30-4 pjn.
news for the Dancer's rivals in
what stacks up as the smallest EST.
JIM BECKER year. Open champion Bob Charles, Belmont field since Count Fleet Definite Starters LAST 3 DAYS!
RYE, N.Y. (AP-Jack Nick-! And add the $20,000 first prize. old Sam Snead, even older Vic beat two others by 25 lengths in Louis Wolfson's Roman Brother -
laus says he can't drive, and The two money machines are Ghezzi who won the PGA backin who like Northern Dancerwas
Arnold Palmer says he is so noted for refusing to leav that 1941, Champagne Tony Lema, 1943.Northern Dancer, from E. P. foaled on May 27; Paul
rusty his backswing creates lit kind of cash around for the oth- Dow Finsterwald and Tony Taylor's Windfields Farm, has Mellon's Quadrangle and JohnGalbreath's
tle brown clouds. won his last seven starts, nev- Orientalist\ are the
That's enough to make them ers.Gary Player, the third memI Manero, who won the U.S. Openin er been out of the money in 17 other definite starters.Samrsmllc .
favorites in the ThunderbirdGolf ber of the Mark McCormack 1936. races, set a Kentucky Derby
Tournament which opened stable, also is rated a good Nicklaus, the longest driver in'mark of two minutes flat for IVi
today at'the Westchester Coun- chance. He won the 500 Festival the game, says his approach miles and came close to the ( Sun
try Club course. last week, and is another who shots and putting are pretty Preakness standard with a 1:56 .
The two big men) of golf share has won two tournaments this good, "But'I can't drive at all" 4-5 clocking for 13-16 miles. M0\r> MLIM.IIAMI1S1-

that'designation in" an tournament year. He then proceeded to bang out I After being the second choice ='-ITlfI"TITIr! = T1
they enter,.and they have The other. two with a pair of several beautiful drives in the to'Hill: Rise in both the Derby
something extra going for themin victories are Billy Casper and pro-am( before rain washed out
the rich $100,000 test on the Mike Souchak. both in the field play Wednesday.
par 72, 6,573-yard course. here. Open champion Julius Palmer hadn't played since WHY P AY M 0 I
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nament where both plan to be- Among the others are British ago.
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I THE ASSOCIATED PRESS I with two out in the seventh In- Cubs. Ernie Banks, was the Allowed to remain at third in

r 'ning. Mays' ran back for Clen- batter. the sixth ,1
I WiJJie Mays' hasdropped an- disputed inning, Mays 'sky k By CEDRIC STRATTONSun position looked hopeless. When I end. Contractor was exposed ..
denon's fly ball turned around Just one inning before the ball i scored minutes later as Orlando i;

\ othedfly.ball.for an error. Why and waited, ready to eat up the got away from Mays for his first Cepeda slammed his fifth home Cricket CorrespondentIn the score was 42 for nine, Adi to the bowling but kept his head

I 10 'years.ago, he did the same ball with his famous'. basket error of the season, Mays had .I run. Cepeda later drove in Mays MkJ a tight finish, the All- Contractor, the last man in was and contrived to score as well. !

thing:- catch.. His teammates already trouble getting away from the with a sacrifice fly. Comers beat the British Isles limping and asked for a runner. The series is now 2-2 and the #
had started leaving the field ball. As a result, he is in the
San, Francisco's great center wicket last The In six crucial deliveries the decider is
2 Satur-
I Ron Herbel limited the Pi- by one Saturday. set at p.m.'
when the ball fell into his glove. middle of a protest lodged by i
fielder made the error Wednesday came back when the ball Pirates' Manager Danny Mur- rates to four hits in winning his British Isles batted first for 56, score was level at 56 for nine. day at Fleming Field. The

night, but it was ,harmless fell They out: taugh.A third game in four decisions. all out. The All-Comers made Two fielding errors and two Cricket Club will hold a dinnerat
as the-Giants blanked Pittsburgh Pittsburgh starter Vernon Law sound hits by Saluja wroughtthe 7:30 pin. in the Primrose .;
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ground ball hit by Willie 59 with their last pair in. '
30.Donn The last time that happenedwas was struck by a Herbel pitch on situation. ,Saluja appropriately Grill to mark the foundation of
in the sixth and
Clendenon was the re-'( on Sept. 9, 1954, in the Polo foul McCovey the struck called the right elbow in the sixth and Rt. A.a W: y The British Isles batted first made the winning hit, for the UP club and to present the
umpires
cipient of Mays' rare generosity Grounds against the ChicagoBoxes I Mays,by-who was at third base had to leave the game. Lawn and Siraj Akbar and Vince Mor- three_ was 12, not out 1 at the trophies.

after hitting a triple. Murtaugh however, isn't expected to misg RON PERRANOSKI ton opened the back to normal

I contended Mays should have his next pitching turn. Didn't RescueJioivling All-Comers attack, and right'

I been called out under the rules Don Drysdale held the Phillies''1 I from the start made difficulties' -.

I governing a runner hit by a to three hits until Cookie Rojas for the batsmen. Corn rowers .
( batted ball. opened the 11th with a double. I Loop I I
CHICAGO CINCINNATI MILWAUKEE Morton had two out in his
ST. LOUIS abrbbi abrhbli all r It III abrhbl "It hit him before the ball hada Ron Perranoski' relieved Drys- I Gives Awards I
Flood.. -t. .4 21 OA'lfiiano 2b 3210 Rose 2b 4010 Maye If 422 i second over, another in his f
< If 400 OMathews 3b 401 0 chance to go fair or dale with one out, walked Johnny = I eel Ylelt/
3110 Harper
Groat is 5020 Rodgers u third with five wickets Highsp ,!
finishing
I I Whit Ib 411 2 William If 4000 Pinson cf 4111 Aaron rf 4000 3000 foul," Murtaugh argued. Umpire Callison purposely, then gota The Chester's Garage Coffee I .
3000 Torre c
Santo 3b 4223 Johnson Ib for 11 Akbar had in
Boyer 3b 3223 runs. one
James If 5010 Brock rf 2000 Robinson rf 3 0 1 0 Oliver Ib 4000 Jocko Conlan ruled, how- force at second as Rojas League held its annual luncheon .
Lewis rf 0000 Banks Ib 4 012 Cardenas ss 41 0 0 Alou Cf 3000 ever that Mays was in foul ter- moved to third. Rojas scored at the Inn each of his third and fourth .
\ McCarver c 4 01 1 Cowan ef 4000 Edwards c 4 01 OMenke ss 3111 University yes- Thus half the British
3000 Boros 3b 4 0 21 de la Hoz 2b 2 01 0 and could not be called when Jim Gilliam fumbled overs. ,
{ W rink rf-lf 4 1 1 0 SchaMer c ritory Tony terday. At this special event with Du Pont45NiTROGENLEACHRESISTANT
Javier Jb 3000 bStewart 1000 Maloney p 3000 Lemaster p 2000 : side was hustled out for a bare
Sadedcr p 4121 Buhl p 2000 Henry p 0000 out for being hit by a foul ball. Gonzalez' grounder'and threw trophies and awards were pre:
\ CraiSLP. 0000- Burke McDaniel p 3000 1000 Totals a3 1 1 Totals, .29 JI2 While Mays was being hit, wild to first. sented. 20 runs. The British batting ,
token resist-
suggested mere
Burdette p 0000 Cincinnati Oil 001 000-2 Philadelphia was having trouble .
cRanew '1000 Milwaukee_..... ......... 100 001 1D -3 hits but still nipped Los Whiffs 11 League champions, FENDERS ance, the pitch was behavingmore NUGREENs
getting
Totals 51S S S
a-ToUt Pepped* M7117 out for McDaniel In 7th; b- MH- Angeles 1-0 in 11 innings. In the Jim Bunning struck out 11 team comprised of Helen tempermentally than any J
I Flied out for Schaffer In 9th; c-Ground- Johnson. PO-A-CIncInnatJ 24-12 Dodgers before leaving in the Parker, Helen Sisler, Avis prima donna. I % _1trIIiw ,.
In 9th. Edwards and Rose. other NL Milwaukee
S ed out for Burdette waukee 27DP- games,
\ St. Louis .. ......__.... 01? MO 110-7 LOB-Cincinnati t, Milwaukee 5. edged Cincinnati 3-2 and St. 10th fqr a pinch hitter. The loss Leilich; high average, Mrs. Took Crease .
'Chicago ....?........-.-.. 200 000 030-5 HR-Pinson", Maye Menke. SB-BorosIP Louis defeated Chicago 7-5. put the Dodgers eight games be- Leilich; most improved bowler,
With five out John Leggett
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Louis 7.7-7. Chicago hind the Phillies. Dot Brooks.
E-None. PO-A-St H R ER BB SO league-leading
4. Houston at New York was post- and inched the
57-10. tOB St Louis 7 Chicago took the crease
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Amalfitano. Maloney. L. 34.. 62.3 5 3 3 3. 4 Denny Lemaster won his seventh received the highseries
Sadeckl Mary Kelly
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Croat White.
2B- poned by rain.Defina. 45% NITROGEN
Santo. SB-Santo. S-Flood. ..... 1130 0 0 00 score to 39 for nine. When the
HR-Boyer Lemaster.'W. 7.2 9 a 2 2 2 10 game against two defeats, scratch and handicap "NuSrHn"a MsMy concentrated sour ef
Javier._ IP H R ERBBSOSadeckt. WP-Maloney. U-Secory, Burkhart. Su- stopping the .Reds on six hits. awards and the high game 'ast man came in he sped the supplemental nitrogen.This means thcrt Is tasstonoac
W, 5-4.7235 S 5 4 S doi, Pryor. T-2:22. A-lle3 run rate and protected the lesser *to haul,aloes IIId spread>MVtaf tIlDe
Craig....__ ..... 11.3 a 0 a 0 2 Wins He struck out 10. One of the hits I scratch and handicap award WId labor.
xBuhl, L, 5-3 ..... I' 5 2 3 SAN FRANCISCO PITTSBURGH Vada Pinson's home in bat from the buffets to arrive -
was run
abrh bi for her standout 624 series ef- '
McDaniet ........ 1 1 0 0 0 1 abrhbl at 56 before his
Burdette :..:_.... 2 2 1 1 1 0 Alou rf 4010 Schofield ss 3000 the sixth.. But homers by Lee for{ and 234 single game high. partnerfell. LEACH-RESISTANT ,
Faced 3 In 8thPB Hiller 2b 4010 VIrdoo cf 4000 The last wicket put on 17
x--Schaffer men U-Gorman, Pelekoudas, Mays cf 3210 Face p 0000 Two MatchesMANCHESTER Maye in. the sixth and Denis This league, which''bowls at Tti nitrogen In-NuOseR'Is And ta the id
Williams -Smith. T- :27. A-4.718 WcCovey If 4010 Clemente rf 4000 Menke in the seventh halted theBraves' valuable runs and Liggett's 25, particles ch rtoe Uy.raditins ladling lost**. --
bO'D.ll 0000 Stargell If 4000 Palm Lanes on Thursday morning Thus mars Nitrogen Is available to teed plants& a*
4 01 0 not out, was his season's best. need k most. ...
NigiT Game Garrido ss 0000 Burgess C four-game losing will reorganize in the fall they
LOS ANGELES PHILADELPHIA Cepeda 1b 3123 dAlley 0000 England (AP) I
; ab r h M ab r h biWills' Haller c 4000 Freese 3b 101 0D'venporl De- streak. i with Mrs. Leilich, president; The All-Comers batting was
1. ss 4 0 1 0 Clenden'n Ib 3 0 1 0 Eighteen year-old Stephanie ;
4010 Rolas 2b t 11 0 The Cardinals stopped the EASYTOAPPLY"NuGnwn"
Mazer-ski 2b 2 01 0 Velma Simpson vice-president; troubled the British
Gilliam 3b 5020 Allen 3D 5000W Hart 3b 3010 fina of Fla. two just as as
Hollywood won
Kuenn If 1 0 0 0 Law p '1000 Cubs' four-game streak : comes In a tret-flowing form -
Callison rf 3000 winning
Davis cf 5 0 3 0 Mary Kelly, secretary; Marian had been. Only Stan Etchells
aGibbon 0000 1Ibicb be MiUy spread through all types of -
Herbel 3000 matches the northern ray
If Covington If 5000 p singles in
T. Davis 4-000 ..
0000 and held Billy Williams hitless.Williams' .iese&ii I1WIt..1t be broadcast prior to plantIng -
Fairly- 200 Gonzalez cf 3000 Priddy p I Kiser, treasurer; and Kathryn was effective among the higher aq\II can
Butters p 0000 tournament for the or applied at ncladrMSIIH tma. -
Herrnsf Ib 4 01 0 warmup
Howard rf 5000 league-leading aver-
cMota cf 1000 Ellis, Sergeant-at-Arms, as order batsmen. With half the w
Roseboro c- 3"0 0 Dalrymplt: c 2010 Women's International Tennis
Trace*skt' 2b S-0 3 0 aTaylor 0000 age ,dropped 10 points to .412. league officers for the 1964-65 side out for 34, the AllComersSam
Drysdale) 3D 0 0 Trlandos cOO 0 0, series with Britain.
Ken cracked three-run :
Totals 31 3 t 3 Totals 30 I 4 0 Boyer a season.
4010
0 0 0 0 Amaro ss
Perranoskl p, .
Bunnmg p 3000 I a-Ran for Law in 5th; b-Ran for Miss Defina, a member of the homer for St. Louis in the third, -
I Filed out for ButtersIn
McCovey tthj c-
bSievers Batdscrum, 1 000 000 8th; d-Ran for Burgess In 8th. U.S. Wightman Cup Team, defeated offsetting Ron Santo's three-run The Kilgore Seed Company :
Totals .:'01 to, Totals .pu 1 4 0aRanjor Zelma Schreiber of Argentina blast in the eighth. The USGA's junior amateur Snead has finished in the
Dalrymple. In 10th; b-Hlt San Franclsc ............ too 102 11t-3 I Division of Asgrow Seed Company M
Into double play lor Banning In 10th. Pittsburgh ."?........ 000 000 000-, 6-1, 6-1 and Sally Holds- Ray Sadecki brought his record -golf championship will be play- top ten 11 times, including four

Los Anoes! ........... 000 000 000 00-( worth of Britain 1-6, 8-6, 6-1 to 54 although he needed ed July 28-Aug. 1 at the Eugene times as runner-up, in the U. S. AUchua, 441 South Phone 462-1J4I :
Philadelphia ... ....... 000 000 000 01-1 E-Mays PO-A-San Francisco 27.,
E-Herrnstein_, Dalrymple, Wills, Bald- Pittsburgh 279. DP-Mays and Dave: Wednesday. relief help from Roger Craig. I Country Club, Eugene, Ore. Open golf championship. -r r
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\ schun Gilliam. PO.A-Los Angeles 32-9 port. LOB-San Francisco 6, Pittsburgh i. ..
Philadelphia 334 (Two out when winning '
2B-Hiller. 3B Cepeda, Mays. HR- -
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Wills Tracewskl >and Fairly. 'LOB-Los Cepeda. SB-Davenport. S Mazeroskf,
Angel S" '14 Philadelphia 82B Herbel,'SF-Cepeda. --
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( dam :JW Davls'S-Drysdale Z, Gilliam. IP H R ERBBSO
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PerraiMik) "*"..... 1.3 0 0 0 1 0 Law............ 5 4 0 0 a 1 ,
i Bunning. 10 > 0 0 4 11 Priddy. L 0.1.213 4 3 3 1 2 j I, A a r
Baldschun.W.a-11, 1 0 0 1 0 Butter ........ 2.3 0 0 0 0 0 ..
HBP ..........
-By Dtysdale (Gonzalez by Bun Face .1 0 0 0 0 1
Ring (Res boro). HBP-By Herbel (Law) U-Conlan,
U-CrawfordVargo. Forman, JackowSki. Havey, Venzon, Weyer. T-2:23. A- ..
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GOLF'S BIG THREE 'SPORT5MAHSPREFERREDFSH TOP PITCHINGIN IS, 1 j


I 'Just Want To Be Best'By DIGEST 4Y..yry By'!b: BUSINESS I'P' SAFE IT: I j


HOLDS IN STREAMS -
WILL GRIMSLEY'NEW '' what I've got and can't get possible complacency in the .-
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Good pitching marked Dicks and
three several Jeter; Miller, Evans
fairway capitalists.The SHADY
for a tournamentany ::z. rFtq
charged
YORK (AP-How doesa up SIDE games in Business League and Evans,Juzwiak.
of finances and I
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tournament golfer stay hun- more, I'll quit said Nick- softball action at City Park Ins.
the possible effect on the play.ers' Penn Chem 530 000 0-8 9
gry after be's banked a million laus who at 24 already has won last night. 31 .CY
dollars all of America's major cham- continued desire came up GURRPNr Hav-A-Tampa 010 001 0-2 5 8:
? pionships and appears to be just today after the trio announced Medical Students beat Publix: Joyce and Poore; Shore and 372.2901
Nothing to it, insists the.Big beginning. a new business venture. 5-1 as Walker hurled a onehitter Keene. I 11
Three of the pro circuitArnold They're no longer just satisfied CWA shut out Howard'sTV -- ------- ---- --
Palmer Jack Nicklaus and One Thing"I I wtih collecting money. 34 on a two-hitter by Wilson -
Gary ,Player. You just have to never think about money'They're going to ,start printing General Electric topped
want to be the best. or the size of the purse," add- it. FISH SEEK DEEP HOLES (OR A Utility Department 6-5 as Tyde SUMMER MARKDOWNS
"I haven't begun to win what ed Player, the golfing gold pros- "BUFFER*W THE CURRENT) THAT limited the losers to three hits,
I want to accomplish in this pector from.Johannesburg. "I Bank Note Company AFFORD RESTING SPOTS WHERE Penn Chem won 8-2 from Hav-
game," said Palmer, the lead-!have one thing only in mindI They announced that they THE/OF FOOD CAN, BRAG stir REMAIN PASSING HIDDEN BITS A-Tampa on a five-hitter by R'iN4jIIiIU'ii' I I ;
Ing money winner of all time' want to be the best. were joining a New York bank FROM PREDATORS Joyce, Gainesville Livestock
and a millionaire a couple of It is this fierce competitionand note company (Security Columbian BOULDERS IN THE CURRENT trounced Smith Sinclair 19-6
times over. burning ambition to outdo ), which specializes in CUTBACKS, DEEP POOLS, LOG and Fulps Radiator outlasted LADIES MISSES, CHILDRENCANVAS ,
"When I get satisfied with each other that has seared any printing bonds and making JAMS? AND SUBMERGED TREES Sunnyland Packing, 15-10.
foreign currency.Bill ARC FAVORED FISH HOLDS. CASUALS
As WATERS WARM DURING THE O'Leary paced Med Students
ENJOY FLORIDA LIVING IN A Talbert former Davis DAY FISH SELECT DARK POOLS, with two hits, a double and hom
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Cup tennis captain and firm OR THE SHADED SIDE OF A double in the first
er. Dykes' OR PAIRS
vice president who conceivedthe STREAM OR ITS BOULDERS IN inning was the lone safety for ? $ I 2 fOR $300
FLORIDA Swimming Pool idea of adding these barn- THE DARKNESS SWIFTER AND CURRENTS.COOLING WATER WITH, Publix. 57
storming golfers to his staff, explained FISH MOVE ABOUT MORE OPENLV. MADE IT FAMOUSU.S.
their role this way: Homer and Single I CANVAS NFL
by Rivers Construction Co.A "They will be largely contact Harris had a homer and sin, PAIR
men. They play all over the Don Flemings gle for CWA while McCall had I
QUALITY POOL Backed by a world. They play with the most two hits for GE. Sutton had SIZES
prominent people. In the course Widow Files three hits for Penn Chem while 4 to 10 .. ;;
FULL 5 YEAR WARRANTY .a
'of their activities, they might $750,000 SnitCLEARWATER Denton had a pair for Hav-A- .. SLIPONSOXFORDS
:mention the merits of the com- Tampa. Jeff Jeter had three .
2 SIZES 16x32 and 20x40 hits for Livestock and COPE aidRUBBER
pany. It could be very lucrative AP-A Benju SOLES .
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Priced at$3,000 to$3,500 ." $750- got three for Smith Sin ALL NEW SPRING OUR UNCONDITIONAL
NO MONEY DOWN-5 YR. FINANCINGWITH I '000 negligence suit against the clair. Jeter had two home COLORS S-N..M WIDTHS SlightlY Irregular GUARANTEE ON THESE
Florida Power Corp. was filed runs and Tom Mitchell one for
EACH POOL YOU CET I Electrical 'Wednesday by Mrs. Don Fleming Livestock. Six players had two ,r_ Men's
Filter System Skimmer Pool Brush Diving Board widow of the Cleveland hits each for Fulps. DRESS and WORK

Pool Light Test Kit Step Ladder Vacuum Cleaner. I YARD and ,Browns in defensive Orlando back a year electrocuted ago' City League games tonight I -,. ._ 'tp 1fi.!g;.
Leaf Net GARDEN LIGHTING 'while working on a construction will send Schlitz against Gaines- \: SHOES $100
CALL FOP FREE ESTIMATE NO OBLIGATION I .Residential Commercial job. / ville Wings at 7:30 and Bud- -'",: l. ...... OFF
Industrial I weiser will meet Guy Cleve- .; $5.99 and up
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C. P. Dressier .Florida football star, died when I II STYLES _" r/
1909 EAST 5th STREET I In Business League games, -SIZES _....- REG. $5.99 Pay Only $4.99
current surged from overhead I $1.00 OFF .... .... .. .
I i Electrical ContractorPhone Road Prison Medical,
plays
DIAL 622-7049 OCALA
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FR 6-6193 Students at 6:30, Fulps faces
622-7048 FLA. was helping guide to the ground I
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Publix 100 000 0-1 1
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Wilson and Higginb o t h a m; $200OFF

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Some models have bucket seats, some standard Kentucky Derby it marked the '
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_." ,' my first dollar yet.But I've met some new customers. .

show you HOW-NOW t.1s- : TJR ,: And I hope you'll be one of them We've ...-R' .,.. :
q w k= ;* got a full line of tires! ,all carrying the famous
reacem t OJfiJ U.S.Royal I trademark.And you'll get'em without .- _...-.:, .

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University City Lions dropped City Park was unreported.

JTlGainesvflle. 'Build i ing 'Tr des First Federal scored four I, .T .
'. from the ranks of the unbeaten runs in both the first and third

: yesterday in, an American innings in its handy win. S. Or-

;- League game at Finley Field. ton, Newbury and Standrdge.! '."
TT! with a'6-5 victory. all had two hits. Van Poperingand .'" .
:--- Lions pushed over two runs Smith had a pair of safeties i

...:: In"the sixth inning to gain the for losing North Central ;

win. David Deas hurled four Baptist.

f Innings and Nick Bengochea Sudden Service scored foar I
pitched two as they limited the in the first and six in the sixth. .
.: "losers,'to six hits Deas fanned Shelton and Slaughter each had :
;:.four and 'Bengochea six; John three hits for the winners and '
::-: Fuller was the loser. Beard homered in the first with
Deas had two singles and a two on. Van Winkle had three
double while Smith, Kokomoor hits and Scrafford two for los-

h and Bengochea all had two hits ing Plumbers Union.
: in three tries. Bob Tucker horn. Eight runs in the fourth inning .
-.ered for Building Trades in the made it easy for Chesnut's.
'. first inning with one on. Frank Bianchi had three hits

In ,other Midget League in four tries and Tomlinson two.
-;'games, First Federal won from Bennett and Hale each had two

North Central Baptist, 11 1, hits for losing Carlos Hope.
In a Dixie Fray at Foster; Sud- Today's games:
'den Service Oil downed Plumbers National, Lions vs. Moose,

Union, 16-8, in a Western Kirby Smith; American, Bap-
..clash' at Llttlewood; and Ches- tist D.O.W. vs. Hughes Supply

;nut's; clipped Carlos Hope Electric Finley; Western, Kiwanis,
14-3, in a National game vs. First National Bank, Lit-
at Kirby Smith. tlewood; Dixie Johnson & Far-

The Rebel League game at ris vs. Citizens Bank, Lanier;
Rebel, Gainesville Shopping

r Center vs. Life Underwriters,
Metcalfe.
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NATIONAL LEAGUE
': Chestnuts Carlos Hop*

1;T. Bass 2b abrh 30 OJones 2b abrh 400 Arnie Jack
r R. Bass If 310 Bray ss 501 ,
J. BiancM. 51 1 Brown c 410
30 5 2 2 Bennet 407
Tomlinson p
... f. Blanchl c 4 2 3 Smith If 310 Head British
Oucan Ib 4 2 1 Jones 3b 311
Sole cl 21 0 Hale Ib 301
Marwl''Tf 211 Hillis cf 300
D. Weoley p 4 1 1 W. Smith rt 100
R."Wooley' 2b 1 0 0 Denny rt 200 Open FieldST.
Walton ?bSaunders 100
I* 1 1 0
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__wnKle.f. 1 0 0 ANDREWS Scotland AP)
..::.,.Eagle 1 1 0M14I ---
..,Tltall .. .. Totals '23.Chesnurs 4 Arnold Palmer and Jack
M,Carlos Hop 000 Mx-14 3 Nicklaus head a 25-man United
; +lor 00)
.-, AMERICAN LEAGUEr States entry in the British Open : : --
City Uens" G'villt Bldg. r'sh' Golf Tournament at St. Andrews
ab r h alt I
next month, but Palmer's plansare
1 Blaslngame II 41 2 Cross ss 4 1 1 :
i .Ellis 2b 400 Strack c 300' accompanied by a big "If."
Brill rf 10 0 Fuller p 31 l'
Deas. p 31 3 Tucker, rf 31 1 If the all-time leading money
__, ,AnderOft'b 300 Philpot. 3b 21 0
winner from Latrobe Pa. wins
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..BengQ 'lei. ss 3 1 2 Ferguson cf 3 01
_JCokomMr. 3 2 2 Morgan, 2b 1 1 1 the U.S. Open at Washington,
..Smith, c 31 2 Cowart Ib 300
...HelmTr cf 200 Potter If 1 01' D.C., June 18-20, he definitely
-Adklson cf 1 0 .LaBelle el BOO
Jenkins If 100 will play at St. Andrews, seek
Paglnnl 2b 200 ing a third leg his
Totals M11 Totals 2' S on professional -
11. C. Item 121 102.'vllll -. Grand Slam.If .
-' Trds. 110 010 aIRSTADD
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../ MIdget leaguer Jie faild in the U.S. Open,
Palmer will the Brit-
\ WESTERN LEAGUE likely skip
r"" udd.n Service Plumbers UnionTT ish event to concentrate on the
abrh brh
Hw. Kelly ef 542 Preston, rf 100 PGA Championship at Colum-
.. .Shelton Suter ss 3b-ss'p 523 522 Kattke Sanders rf rf 200 000 bus, Ohio, the only big pro title I
4,Wilmot rf 421 C. N'combe rf 1 0 0 he hasn't won. Sure GULF4POWER NO-NOX@gives all
..Simpson rf 101 Warrnlck c 410 you
*.4. Beard lb-3b 52 1 V'n W'kle p-ss 4 3 :3 Nicklaus, who missed the
Slaughter p-lb 5 1 :3 Scrafford p-ss 412
Lea 2b 511 Sum'l'n Ib 31 0 British Open last year by a single I

-* -Crenshaw Yates Wolfson Proctor If If if If Ill 100 000 200 Cullu Davis Roberts Payne If If cf p-3b 200 300 31 100 1 bogey stroke on the after last going two bogey'holes, the power your car was built to deliver.

_- .Adams... e' 4 1.2 W. N'e-be 2b 1 0 0 plans to play regardless.The .
Stewart 210 dates of the British
Tetals 43 U 7 Totals 3114 Openare
? ,hidden Service 411 21-U July 810. Bob Charles oK
)'Numbers. Unlen 41t Oil-0
f ...; -- New Zealand, who won the ti-
.a. DIXIE LEAGUE tie in a playoff with Phil Rodgers -
North .Central abrh Bapt.First Federal abrh of LaJolla, Calif., will de-

Nixon.c 300 McCollum ss :3 21. shot at the crown.
a r Flake p :3 01 S. Orton 3b 422
.. Another
Turlington 'Ib '2 O. Vergason cf 101 leading American
Swells 3b 300 Newbury c 31 2 contender will be Deane Beman
Vn P-p'r-g rf 31 2 Shepard 410
Smith cfHoffman 307 Weseman 2b 2 21, the National Amateur champion .
t* 2 01 Standridge p 3 0 2 ;
., Wood 2b-lf :3 0 Wakeman Ib :3 0 0 I from Bethesda, Md. .'
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Celper 2b 1 01 Sabatolla rf 000
U.S..pros who have entered I
I Adklns If 0 0 0 Pittman rf 01 0 .J
y S. Sabatella rf 1 0 0 I include Tony Lema, Doug San- ,.
B Orton' rf 000
,Totals 2312 Totals 17II t ders, Boug Ford, Bill Johnstonand
No Central 060 010- 1
\1'lnt Federal 5 414 111-11 Johnny Bulla.
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The Red Sox and Twins chen, Larry McCallum, Tom

square of!;.Tuesday: ,:June 9 at, my Coburn, Shelton Nolan,
1 pjn. for the first 1 league game Daniel Geraad.
in-'the Jaycee Buddy- Baseball
League at the Boys' Club.. Although ORIOLES Andy Cobb, cap-
teams have been formedin tain; Gordon Hart, co cap-

this league for boys 11-13 tain; Robert Douglas Bass,

there are still a few places Mike Boles, Preston Sullivan,
available for late comers. Ap- Bob Roberts, Denis Druash, "

plications may be picked up at George Michaels. i ..t,!
TIGERS William '.
Helton
the Boys' Club.
Gator League team players: captain; Steve Long, co captain

YANKS-Jay Finzel, captain; ; Buddy Barnes, Stan Thomas -
Lothar Sommer co-caplain; Stan Redding, Buddy Box,

Hamit Salahutdin, Bill Sneed, Jeff McChristian, Charles King. ,

I Ted Covey, Tim'.Tucker, Gene INDIANSGary Santevpeit, 1i .
Weintraub, Marino Diaz. captain; David Flowers co-cap- t i ;

TWINS -'Johnny Gocek, captain tain; Mike McCrimman, Al .. r '\'xY
; Tim Keyes, co-captain; Kraser, Raymond Cutts, Mark ..
Carl Gardner Harold Mills, Ron- Sullivan, Terry Hancock, John ; i ; .p \
Brawn. ,. I t, l I
nie Hilliard, Robert Dunkle, >- r .
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RED SOX Pat Harper, Dance Skating -". "
captain., John Helton, co-cap- ; ;
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tain; .Dean Sparks, Danny Kin- Classes Start
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Rally Set start at the Boys' Club Wednesday .

June 10, at 7:30. The classes -
will be open to Boys' Club
I For Sunday members and will be limited to :
the first 20 boys to register and Gulf o-Nox Four-Power premium gasoline

r The Gainesville Sports Car pass audition tests. NO-NOX

y Club will hold a rally Sunday, Instruction will be given by gives you four kinds of power. 1. Hill power
starting from the Belk-Undsey John Smith in freestyle, elemen-

r parking lot at 1 pjn. Drivers in- tary spinning race skating and 2. Passing power 3. Cruising power 4. Pick-
terested in competing are asked basic and advanced dance skat- 4+ POWER

: to report at noon. ing. Skates will be furnished by Your built to'deliver them Gulf
The rally will take contest- the Boys' Club or members up power. car was

ants to an undisclosed destination -' may bring their own skates providing PREMIUMGASOIINE
for full and Get
all
I but club officials said they have wooden driving pleasure safety.

.* there will be a picnic stop. wheels. Registration will be
It isTKrt.necessary.to: own f> made through the Boys' Club all four with No-Nox. Fill up at the Signof

1 sports car to take part in theM starting Saturday.

rally. I Smith is former professionalat the Orange Disc. Gulf Oil Corporation.
.* Members of the Leesburg. the Pacific Skating Rink in

-.: Golden triangle Sports Car San Diego and former owner of
.. Club will be guests of the the Ocala Skating Rink. There .
.: Gainesville group for the ral- will be no charge for this activity -

*. ly. A large number of. cars is i as it is part of the regular. STOP. AT THE SIGN OFTHE. ORANGE DISC..WHEREYOUR. DRIVING TAKES. .' ATURN FOR. THE BEST.....-'<.
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will be awards to various win- Club.

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'.. "I love- any discourse on rivers and fish and fishing." for fish in two divisions: tarpon,and open. The open division wide and 1 mile long in water which is-12 to 14 feeUdeep. J i

(Compleat Angler, Izaak Walton) includes fish other than tarpon, both edible and inedible. Cash requirements for reel, construction. of 75000. are: mall ; I
GENERAL Prizes are for the largest tarpon, an Action Rod and a Penn when one considers the :oti erall-benefits: to sport Wishing in I

I Speck fishing and bream fishing lead the freshwater fishing treamvH Reel, and for the largest fish in the open division a Zebco general t .
I parade with bass fishing bringing up the rear. Speck fishing 33 reeL Contest is open to all Gainesville residents. Weighing The project has been approved by both the Coast Guard

showed slight gains in the last few days with limits being and z, deadline is 6 P.M. Sunday.... Funds are now being soughtfor and the Conservation Department. Approximately $300.00 to :
taken not infrequently during this period. Bream fishing a very worthy reef building project at the Suwannee date has been raised through donations from interested per "1

remains about steady from last week with the fishing being, River mouth by the Dixie County Artificial Reef Group. This sons, this leaves $450 to go.
group Is made up of persons interested in improving sports Anyone who would like to further this worthy cause can
in general, good. Bass fishing was also steady but it is poorto
I. fair and steady.In if4 pN1tT1 r fishing oIl the coast of Dixie County. The artificial reef is contribute by mailing a check payable to Dixie Reef to

Wall Street parlance, Minnow-dunkers (speck fishermen) : planned] for the Outlaw Rack area, which is approximately David Forehand; Chairman Finance Committee; P. 0. _Box
saw their stock climb slightly over the past week. Plug- L. x P I 7 miles from Horseshoe, 6% miles from Suwannee, and 6 845; Cross City, Florida. No donation is considered too smalL
chunker's and below Glenn M. Stolces miles from Shired Island. The planned reef is to be 600 feet TAKE A BOY (OR GIRL) FISHING!
1 (bass fishermen) stock remained steady I
I par; whereas worm- ppers (bream fishermen) watched Son Outdoor Editor

their stock remain steady and up. Hunting RegulationsFor I
I On the salt water scene grouper and speckled trout are .
doing well and when you can catch the tarpon feeding, it is : ;
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good. The tarpon are "in" from the Suwannee River on <

.South. 1964-65 ReleasedTALLAHASSEE
CROSS CREEK blue plastic worm end top-water Devils Horses and Creek
Mac & Nell's Cross Creek Fish Camp Chub lures.

Speck fishing good; bass fishing poor; and bream fishing SANTA FE LAKE Regulationsand ;wise provided for specific Wild sunrise to 12 noon. I ,

fair to good. Shipman's Fish Camp bag limits for taking non- life Management Areas. Daily! QUAIL: November 21-Febru-
r The specks are doing well in the deep water in Orange Sp\k: fishing good; and ,bass and bream fishing fair to migratory and certain other bag of wild hogs shall be 1, ary 28. Hunting permitted ev- /S
Lake. few bass taken. Bream fishing is im-
Very are being good. '
game during the 1964-65 hunting season bag 2, except as other- eryday.
"proving. Limits of specks have not been uncommon in the last
season have been released by wise provided for specific Wild SQUIRREL: November 21,
J. M. FIELDS' REPORT few days. Shipman's brushpiles are the hot spots.
A. D. Aldrich director of the life : Areas.
Last week's winners in Fields' fishing contest wereH.. A. Bass continue to be taken ,mainly on plastic worms. Management February 28. Hunting permitted
Florida Game and Fresh Water
Greene in the bass division ((8 pounds, 13 ounces); Emory Claude Johns took 9 schooling bass Monday. He took thesein Bag limits of game species everyday. /
-Singletary in the speck division (1% pounds), and H. A. the morning in deep water on black and blue plastic Fish Commission. during the open seasons shall be FOURTH DISTRICT pI +

'Greene in the bream division (% pound). They are as fol o Iw: s as follows: Deer (Buck): 1 per DEER: November 14-January e

LAKE WAUBERGUF's They are as follows: day, 2 per season, Turkey- 3. Hunting permitted everyday.No I
.. worms. The largest went 4& deer hunting on Florida
Camp Wauberg pounds. On the Ocala National Forest: November, December, and Jan-
Speck, bass, and bream fishing fair. With the days and Bream fishing has experienced a slight decline in the last The hunting season for deer uary seasons-2 per day, 3 per Keys of Monroe County. C.

water getting warmer trolling for bass should come into few days. shall coincide with that set for season-either sex. :March and TURKEY: FALL SEASON:

I its own shortly. ST. JOHNS RIVER the Ocala Wildlife ManagementArea April seasons 1 per day, 2 per November 14-January 28. Hunting .
,lea Cold R $1.09
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Lake Dexter
George )
i LOCHLOOSA LAKE
permitted everday.SPRING'GOBBLER
; the seasons for other season-Gobblers only. Quail: BUSCH BAVARIAN or J
Lochloosa Springs Fishing Camp Onnand's Jangle Den game species shall coincide with 12 per day, not more than 24 SEASON: March 13 OLD MILWAUKEE. BEER
Speck fishing good; bass fishing good; and bream fishing Speck fishing good, bass fishing fair, and bream fishing those for the Fifth District no in possession. Gray Squirrel: 10 March 28 one-half hour before 6 Pak .
'"is. an unknown quantity. good to excellent. Bream fishing is the password, with limit season for any wildlife shall; begin per day, not more than 20 in sunrise to 12 noon. Plus p.p. o9,

Specks are doing good out in deep water. Mrs. Rich catches being common. prior to November 14 or possession. Fox Squirrel: 2 per QUAIL: November 14February Rtt. 39c SOY. 20c I
"(Starke) got her limit 4 times last week. THE TACKLE BOX REPORT 28. I
than 4 in Hunting permitted ev
day, not more posses-
there shall be no season I
*. Roland Haney walked with the for open
Bass fishing has been spotty. Small numbers of small bass away monthly prize eryday.
May in the Tacke Box's bass fishing contest. His prize fish for bear. sion.The OUDit-lOlb. bog
are being taken. Bream fishing is an unknown quantity due for deer, SQUIRREL: November 14-
tipped the scales at 10 pounds, 7 On the Apalachicola National open seasons CHARCOAL
ounces.
'to the small number of bream fishermen.NEWNANSLAKE 79
February 28,
Hunting permitted
.. Bass photographed in the last week were H. A. Greene's Forest: Hunting seasons, other turkey, quail and squirrel shall BRIQUETS .

T McGilvray's Fish Camp 9 pound, 3 ounce fish which was caught in Santa Fe Lake, than on the Leon-Wakulla and be as follows: :everyday.FIFTH DISTRICT Req. 89c Sere i Oe

Speck fishing good; bass fishing poor to fair; and bream Sunday on a purple Fliptaii worm and Chuck Dalton's 9 Liberty Wildlife Management FIRST DISTRICT DEER: November
fishing fair. pound, 11 ouncer which was caught in.Watermelon Pond, Areas shall coincide with those DEER: November 14-January January Reg. $2.99-2S-qt.

SpecksIn limited numbers in the last few days-continue Sunday on a shiner. for the Third District, except 3. Hunting permitted everyday. [3.closed Monday except, Tuesday during, first and Friday 9 days I ICE CHEST .$1 99 I

'to be taken. Best spots all week have been in the south east SALTWATERCedar that no season for any wildlife TURKEY: FALL SEASON: and between November S1.OG \
25 and
Setre ::1
end. shall begin prior to September November 14-January 3. Hunting I :_ : .
November 29 and between
Key December -
t Small numbers of bass are being taken mainly on plastic Speckled trout and grouper fishing good. F. B. Hall, Bruce 21 28 or provided extend that beyond there February shall bea SPRING permitted GOBBLER everyday.SEASON: 23 and January 3. Hunt- 1 Lb. 4 e>. -'
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{worms. Hall, and Charles Hansley (Gainesville) caught approxi- ing permitted everyday In that TIDE '
March 13 to :March 28 south of 34'Catch
The bream aren't their share of the spring gobbler season duringthe
receiving fishing
\ pres- mately 1,000 pounds of off Cedar Three of
grouper Key. these portion of the District lying Reg. 39c .
State Road 50 March 27 to April
:sure. Those few fishermen which do go after them often fish bore Schlitz period established for the ; Sort Sc
south of State Road 50 and west ,
make good catches though. tags.CRYSTAL RIVER Third District.On 11 in Hernando County north of'
NEWNANS LAKE PARK Knox's Bait House the Osceola National For- State Road 60. Om half hour be-t.of St. Johns River.

Good numbers of specks and bream are being brought in Speckled trout, grouper,. and tarpon fishing good. Tarponare est::Hunting seasons, other than fore sunrise to 12 noon.
"through the park. Tuesday the figures read 250 specks, 50 being taken daily both in the river and south of the on the Osceola Wildlife Management QUAIL: November 14February The Largest Bass-

bream, and no bass. river mouth on the old bombing range. Best lures to date Area, shall coincide with 28. Hunting permitted every

Favorite bait for specks Is the pot gut jib with a minnowon for tarpon have been L & S mirrolures ((82 M 12 and 80 M those for the Second District, day.SQUIRREL WIN
the hook. Early mornings and late evenings have been 12)). except that no season for any : November 14- tI
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the most productive time for specks. Bream are being taken February 28. Hunting permitted I .
ODDS AND ENDS wildlife shall begin prior to September A ZEBCO "33" .REEL SM
son crickets and worms. The headwaters of Prairie Creek is 21 or extend beyond February everyday. w
Mentioned in last week's column was the Dixie Lily fish- I Each Week) qtr +
ORANGE LAKE contest with Thomas 28; provided that there SPECIAL REGULATIONS:
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Fishing Resort (at Cross Creek)
A PFLEUGER SUPREME ( Each Month)
The use of rifles is prohibited in
Thomas shall be a spring gobbler
Resort season
Fishing being area representative. Instead of 950 labels from any
t Speck fishing good to excellent; bass fishing fair; and Dixie Lily products, 450 labels wins a night's loding and 1& during the period established for Manatee or Sarasota Counties CONTEST NOW IN PROGRESS

bream fishing good., Several limits of specks more taken days of fishing on Orange Lake for two. Frank: Phil- the Second District. except .22 rimfire rifles may be t
.over the weekend. Specks are out in the deep water. pot's Sport Center (Gainesville) in cooperation with 'Knox's, The season for taking wild used other than for taking deeror I Any Size Limit One 11 11BoIS
Bass in small numbers are being caught. Best spots are the Bait House (Crystal River) will sponsor a Gainesville Week- hogs shall coincide with the sea- bear. The use of dogs in To A Customer $ C95

grass beds along.the lake margins. Top baits have been the end at Crystal River, June 13th and 14th. Prizes will be given son for deer in each Conser- Manatee and Sarasota Counties 25 ZEBCO
vation District shall be I limited to bird dogs, Mounted
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.. retrievers, and slow trail: 33" REEL. .
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.xw.wv.wvnwwwwurv..acyco.r.ao{:0M! Y + :!?+r .S4P7M.: t J 1
hounds. The use of running 'I

..... .... hounds or any other dog that! JACK KELLY Taxidermist .
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: OPEN THE DOOR 1!ji !!!!jj.!.!j11t; :.. -fa'1)1" uW\t' i!!lf j ji1jijij lt dog specifically usable prohibited.In for running. deer is I 17 Miles South of Gainesville ,- U. S. Hwy. 4414iVS1' \

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Solunar 'i Dixie, Levy, and Gilchrist+ t
[ Counties and in the portion of
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: ( ) G By JOHN ALDEN KNIGHT I shown In regular type, are of somewhat 1 County, Mondays, Tuesdays -
The schedule of Solunar Periods, as'.1'shorter duration. and Fridays shall be closed -;
printed below, has been taken from Use Eastern Standard tim..,
John Alden Knight's SOLUNAR TABLES AM. P.M. except during the first 9 days
Plan your days so that you will I I Day Day Day Minor 4
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and November 25 through Nov-:
TOLIVING be fishing in good territory or hunting In Friday 12:SS 7:05 1:20 7:=t 1-OF-MANY .
good cover during these times If you wishto Saturday 1.40 7.5 2:OS :1J ember 29 and December 23
find the best sport that each day has Sunday 2:25 t.15 2.50 t.OO I New Merc 200 $
I to offer. I Monday :3.10 ':U 3.40 ':50 through January 3. j I
The Major Periods shown In bold- Tuesday 4:00 11:21 4:35 It.45 ,350
I 20 HP
: and last for an hour and a half or two i Wednes 4:55 11:20 5:35 1145 DEER: November 14-January\i
1 hours thereafter The Minor Periods, Thursday 5.55 ':35 12:2 3. Hunting permitted everyday:I Regular $428JIMMY'MOORE'S
f'Typical I except as* indicated. SPECIAL

.. ... Mj SEASON: Gilchrist County-j U.S. 301 .t FLA. 100
November 14-November 22 only.I
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f /. County. : (_______
iii u NO TURKEY: FALL SEASON,
t e ; November 14-January 3. Hunting: ,
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permitted everyday except as in

I : : i 4 H % I U \: FROSTEVER t.i turkey dicated.in NO Alachua OPEN ,SEASON Bradford for, ,1

t and Madison Counties. SPRING I FOR THE BEST BARGAINS IN FISHING TACKLE
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; : ZtN ,t r M II ; GOBBLER SEASON: March 27-' "Check With Charlie"In

i \ .w April 11. Hunting permitted everyday The Heart of East Gainesville Phone FR 2-1791
r r one-half hour before sun: THIS WEEK GET A

t eJitiTii( 'K rise to 12 noon. NO SPRING, ZEBCO REElFOR
INTHE
GOBBLER SEASON in Alachua,,

t/ .4 oa Bradford, Madison and Levy

Ngcpj1 \ NEW -Ik t +F Counties. 1G "
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1 ; : = + n4 QUAIL November 14-Febru- 1/2 Price
.. 1d'Y6 1 Y ary 28. Hunting permitted ev- 1-
f NON- eryday except as indicated. I

h' a f FROSTkNGELECTRICS : 'i THIRD DISTRICT j No.Reg.202$5.95, $297 .;-' J
DEER: November 21-January: 1 I
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__N 17. Hunting permitted everyday.' No. 404. $397
= M'7//! \\k A M SPECIAL SEASON: Okaloosa, Reg. 7.95 .

:Walton. Escambia and Santa FOR THE BEST BARGAINS IN FISHING TACKLE

: i .-. Rosa Counties-November 21 "Check With Charlie"THE I

: 1IR ...... ......eaea December 6; and December 19- I'
TACKLE BOXIn
) January 3. NO OPEN SEASON:

__ in Washington and Holmes Coun'
Fishing SceneA The Heart of East Gainesville, Phone FR 21791AICOIT '

ties.TURKEY I
bream fisherman lifts his worm-baited hook : FALL SEASON:
Keep those hot water pans November ::
Hunting
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from an unproductive spot and prepares to dip it in
,. ME.R\ awayfromyourfreezingcompartmenUeE a more likely spot. He sports a typical, bream fishing permitted everyday. No fall: .juniiSi -

sty WN ,,' There Just isn't any mop-up-mess rig; light-action cane pole small float, monofila- season on Eglin Field. SPRING I
!' \.UC f with the new non-irosthng electrics. ment line and small hook baited with worms. GOBBLER SEASON: March 27-
w SP Your refrigerator-freezer and (Sun photo by Glenn Stokes) April 11 one-half hour beforeFISHIN'

:. J 0\ 'a one freezer chest stay dean of packed-in ice.You'fl .
sy
.:' /' :::, sr z be able to slide ice trays1N' FUN STARTS AT FRANK'S
Pw e't,2a Tides
anf' pe .- f'II a .e.- flUt .:_t out easily (even keep a spare bowl A I Fishing BRAND NEW '63 ,
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... r--\50--.-., and r-' "" e\W1'J : of ice for they won't freeze together). Saturday High at II:21 ajn. and 6 HP MERC. 195

: 1 ",.ciu Why you'll even be able to read 11:21 p m. Low at at 4.11 11:04 ajn.ajn.end 5:11 Low IUft.SuncS.1High at. VERY SPECIAL

,1 af/fI the labels on frozen foods again. 5.M ajn. and .05 pjn.' < ."-
Monday- High at U;27 ajn. and 11:41 --
:. See your electric appliance dealer ajn Low at S:52 ajn. and 6:51 pjn. 14 Ft. Glonpor -
Tuesday High at 1:20 aMa.a cI Boot SEE OUR SELECTION OF
this month. He win demonstrate how 12:21 pjn. Law at ':U ajn. and 7J NEW
........ 35 HP Motor
.. *1odIf\r\ tot &be rrav.noes ii AMMMMnML c COMPLETE SAILING RIGS
t freezer-frost i yesterday's ixoblA ertl. Wed wsday- High at 2:11 a m. and 1 Electric Start and
p.m. Low at 7:15 ajn. and 1:22 pjn. 9.8 HP MERC AND SUPPLIES
Thursday Hlgn at 3:01..m. a., Generator
F 1:41 pjn Low at 7:5 ajn. and 'M pjn. New
Murray SPECIAL USE YOUR CENTRAL CHARGE AT
: 7 7f1 / -,' Trailer AT 348

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Park trainers with 20 winners at +

: LI TI FLORIDA POWER CORPORATION the 1964 meeting. Arnold Winick RIG

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Newberry Desert Late

Morning


By Sun BUZZ Area MIXSON Editor I" Readers' Request I N. Y. Listing


NEWBERRY We came to this green oasis in the 1c'Eir1 A111sChal 19 IntNlct '7i .

great Newberry desert after leaving the highway .i The Alcoa 72 1 Intpap 31%
following
marketquotations I
about three miles south of the City of Newberry and .are requested specifically by readers.I AmA1r 42 Jones&L 7S 4AmBbPar

traversing about a half-mile of bumpy, dusty dirt ) I I of tign the art Sun furnished financial by pag" TM quoloSTOCK LISTINGS 35% KalsA1 36
A
road. I II AmCan 4I% Ken'cott 80

The "vegetation" on either side of the highway I Pierce,\Vu1be 'J1,Murphey AmCyan 6t IJg&My 76ArnMot

testified to the aridness of the ,countryside: curled up Fidelity Capit .---. 11.17 N Y S E Most Active Stocks 13 Lcch'd 32%
corn leaves drooping from stunted, thirsty stalks; NEW YORK STOCK Fidelity Fund 17.56 Complete Vol. dose. Cbgs.' AT&T 137 Lori11ard (3%

browned grass that resembled the hair of a French ........ ... AMTob 3H
'-'- EXCHANGE Fidelity Tread .- .-- 18.43 150 700 Tex Gulf Sul 5 poodle; ,and, in a watermelon field, sparse vines to Fund'tal Invest -- 10.80 I 87 500 Brunswick 9tt up \4'' .AmpxCp 15% M1I&M 59 ,

which were attached- bone-white miniature melons. 'I' The Hodge brothers pointed of planting melons.In Abbott Lab __ 2.40 38 Income of Boston _ 8.34 43 900 Chrysler 46i unch Anaconda 4013 Mohasco 13

-'The "oasis" presented quite a contrast. Hugh wa- with pride to their 35 acre the Hodge field, the rows Allied Chem 1.80 52*. .Tncororated Inc ..-- 9.88 47 600 Merr Chap Scott 16 up 1 Armour .f9 Mons'to 75!
t sprinklers were flinging water at chest-high I watermelon field-an exam- Keystone K-2 44 900 WN Air ACL 7B MontWd 3S%
1) six feet Amerada Pt 2.00 83 5.49 L.N 35at off i
stalks ,of sturdy tobacco. Adjacent to the tobacco ple of what irrigation can do. were spaced apart Am Elc Pow 1.16b 404 Keystone 5-3 __- 16.34 43 200 Xerox 108 up 1% Babcock 28 NaIDair 80BethStl z

field, we '- Lester and Preston Hodge and myself- They also demonstrated how and the hills were three, feet Amer Enka 1.40a 57 Keystone S-4 4.69 39 700 ReA 313s up U 36 NaIDist 25!&

waded through an ankle-deep, fence-to-fence carpeting" they had planted in order to The Hodge brothers began Amer Hone 1.44a 67 Life Investors 20.40 38 200 KoVette 32 up 1H Boeing (9% N.AmAv 45%

,of: ,vines. The vines nourished many Charleston get twice as many vines as harvesting their melons yes- Amer"M Fdy _--> .90 20% Life Stock Fund 7.94 33 200 Curtis Pub 11 off % Borden 12 Penney 51 tBnmswk

Gray melons of, good size, and healthy green ,coloring. in the case of the usual wayGreen terday morning. They were Armco Stl 3.00 71 Mass. Inv Stock 16.40 32 500 Pure Oil 49?. up 1% 9 PRR 30
, _: ; ,, ;z-- } CaterTr 62 PepCola M
Lvu'L Mass. Inv Growth 8.65 31 400
the first in Alachua County, Atch Topka UOa 31% 'Westing Elec 31% off tt .
b Pioneer Fund 9.56 29 700 Am l Celanese 68% PhiL'lor 80
Baxter Lab .36 224 -- Met CUm 44tt off ?
of four
commanded
a price I 46!. PhlllPet 48!.
Puritan Fund 9.53 Chrysler
26 600
Beckman In 53 Bucyrus Erie 34 up 14
r LWI __ cents a pound and were eager- Beech Lf S 1.10 48 Putnam Growth ..- .-..?.,........ 15.54 26 200 Amer Motors 13% unch CacaCola 15 RCA 31%

I ,; ? p4rL; ly sought by many buyers. Bristol My __ .80* 64 II TV & Elec -. 7.96 25 000 Ford Motor 51 off H I CornEd M 48% Revlon RepStJ '33 44CODEdIS %

Brown ShoeBrunswick 3.40 91 Value Line Inc 5.53
Helping to oversee the har- 94! Wellington Fund 14.95 AMerican Stock Evcaange ContCan 50!. Reytob 43 2DowChe
vesting was Lester's son, Bub- Active Stocks 10 StRegP 30%
L'j. Cambell S __ 2.40 374
ba, who .estimated there Carter Pdt -- .40 174 OVER THE COUNTERNEW Volume Close Chge. duPont 253% Seaboard 47% .
; would be truckload of 19- 105 600 76 off8 EAL 3W. Sears 112
__ : .: one CaseJL 16 Syntex Corp % %,
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J 4 pounders and two of 24pounders. Cessna Air _..-- LOG 24 4 YORK (AP-The following bid 51 700 Massey-Ferg 28:. up !il E.Kodak 133% Sinclair 47
I 43 900 Per Oils 1 11-16 Firestone 37! Socony 19
Ches Ohio 4.00 76 and asked quotations, supplied by the up 3-16
National Association of Securities Deal 37 200 National Pete 3si .I FlaP&L 74 SouthnC 59 .
30H up
Lester Hodge attested to Coas S Gas __ -
er*. Inc.. do not represent actual transactions 29 Ford SBi SperryR 15
F:4 the flavor and quality of the CBS 1.80b 43 300 Dev &: Rawn 40? up 1
but are the NASO't estimate FrmstDa 11 StBrand 78FreptSul
; melons from the irrigatedfield. Comb Eng .. 1.20 27 of the range within which these ecurl- Dow Jones Stock Averages I 34% StO NJ M!.

He said that with irrigation Cone Mills __.-. .80 194 ties could have been sold (bid) or Odd Lot Transactions FruehTr 29% Studebak 7

I you can control qual- Cent Airl --__ __ __ -. .40 23 bought (asked): Purchase 287,410 GenDyn 26% Swift 50 .
The Hodges' Conti Ins 2.20 55
irrigation
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system ----- -
Short
Sales _-- 6,864 GenE 79% Texaco 77%
:
102 AUco Land .. 7
Data _
Contrl
; does double duty. It is Other Sales __ 329,701 GenFds 831'4 Thiokol 12%
f Corn Pdts 1.50 61 Amer Fidel Life 22"
> ----
shifted back and forth betweenthe Total Sales 336,565 GenMi11s 39 UCarb 123%
Delta Air ,1.60 81s Amer ... .
-- Heritage 25
tobacco and watermelon -- --- Previous Day's Stock Market GenMtrs 8S UnltAirc 44 .

fields. Preston Hodge, who Det SteelEmerson El-_-__.-.---_ 1.00.60 43 H!. I Amer Nat Ins _. .-. 20% Advances nMlu, -. 434 Goodrich 8O UnFruit 21

Amer Pioneer Life 7% Declines .-_- 618 GoodT 40% US Steel 54%
owns the tobacco, said he expects Fair Camera .50g 22Finan'
Anheuser Busch 49 Unchanged -. 294 Greyhnd 53 UnivMat IBGuUOU
_
} Fed 51 -
to make around 2,400
Total Issues 57% WestgEI 31
I Fst Chartr __ 1.97f 36 Anodyne ____ 4, 1,336New
pounds to the acre. This is 1963-64 Highs 31 HonW 131% WInnDix 33 .
Fla E Cst ___ H Citizens Bank 34 ---
about 600 pounds than I New 196344 Lows IntHarv 74 Woolwth 84
... _. .. more 51
-- ----- ----- ---- v -lI;I Food Fair ___, .90 231. 'Comsat Corp -_ 22 .. I'

the Alachua County average. FMC Corp .... -. 1.00 55 Conn Lt & Pow ___ 37 I II -- ---
,
and Glorious Speaking of melon market Frito Lay _- 45 Cowles Mag & Pb 11 I I NEW YORK TIMES (MARKET e) New York AVERAGES Time. JUNE 3

Gen Tele .88 31?* Dunn & Bradst 61: Ii
this Hi9h Low Clo Net Chg.
Preston Hodge (left) and brother Lester Hodge display one of tlie prospects year, Lester Ga Pacif _.._,._ l.OOb 63 :First West. Financial 14% Ills Rails 143.93 142.25 142.92 c Off .141
fruits of their irrigated Charleston Gray watermelon The Hodge said that he expects Oil .10g 22%
patch. patch Getty -- FLa Nat' Bank 63%I 25 Industrials 819.31 811.19 813.19 Off .9711
produced' the first major shipment of melons from Alachua County good prices, but low yields Grace Co .- l.OOb 563s FIa Tele _- 27% Stocks 481.62 476.72 478.05 Off

yesterday, and the price was right-four cents a pound for the 19and to prevail throughout the sea- Hel Curtis -_--------- .80 18% Forrest Labs __-...- 22 11150 .561

24 pounders. son. He looks for a long mar- IBM -- 5.00 470 Founders Life __ 9

Int Min C 1.80a 72% Franklin Life _ 56 STOCKMARKET
keting season too because, Int Tele ___ 1.00 54% Great American 13 FLASHES

J 11 UF Leaders I ResearcherTo this area will be harvesting KelloggLehman _.-_----.---_ .80a 42% Grolier ____ 38 I.I
two crops-one that surviveda
Ag CP 1.47 30 Gulf Life _..___ 54 !
Address killing frost on March 31 Litton In .-, 1.98f 60 Herff Jones ___ 13 NEW YORK (AP) Stock! The Associated Press averageof

and another that was replant Lone S CM ___ 1.00 22 Home Ins .. 63 4 market prices early this after-. 60 stocks at noon was off .4

I To Be Honored ed after the frost. I Marsh Fid -----, 1.60 42 Jax MinH Mkts qh.__ 6i noon slid lazily below the at 303.6 with industrials down

DARE Meet Growers in this area will Martin M __'_ 1.00 17% Kennasaw Life __ l1 "floor" of .5, rails down .6 and utilities up

I supply northern cities this McG Hill .60a 36 Life of Fla _._ 5Lowes a trading range .
Eleven" members of the' University -'stration for Mead Corp _. __ 1.70 46 which has supported them for .2.The
agent Negro pro- Operation DARE, a plan for year with the traditional Company __ 19 popular averages were
of Florida's Institute ,of ricultural Extension Service, developing agricultural resour- Fourth of July melons, Hodge Merkd .-_ ..- 2.ooa 35 \liIgo Electron ._. _- 10 4 nearly three months. dampened by such losses as Du
t Food and Agricultural Sciences .Gainesville; ces effectively in Florida said. He said this is becausethe Natl. Airl _- __ ._.- .80 444 I Mort Guaranty Ins 27 Trading was only a bit more Pont, off about 2;' International

will be honored at a dinner tomorrow through 1975, will have Ter watermelon crops in North N Y Centl .50g 35% Pacific SW Air __ ._. 4H lively than Wednesday's slow Harvester and Chesapeake &

7 at 6:30 p.m. Dr. Herbert S. Wolfe, professor -rell Johnson, research analystat Florida and Georgia were Nia M Pow 2.00 52% Schlitz Brew __.... 48Secur pace the most sluggish of 1964.. Ohio, off more than.a. point,

All members ,either have or of fruit crops, College of Florida Power and Light Co. set back by the late frost. Norfolk W -.--._ 6.00 131 Life &: Tr __ .57 Most losses of key stocks' and General Motors, U.S. Steel,
Agriculture, Gainesville; Dr. No Ind P S _...... 1.48 56% were fractional and
will retire during the year. This of Miami speaking at the seventh Southern Nitro __.. 18% a good Jersey Standard, Union Carbide
dinnerto George F. Weber, professor of If anyone in Alachua Coun- No Nat Gas 1.80 54% were unchanged. Here
is the first recognition commodity meeting to- Travelers Ins... _,45% many Johns-Manville New York
be hosted by the Institute plant pathology, College of Agriculture night. ty knows his melons, it's Les- Olin Math ._- 1.20 434 and there, however; a pivotal Central, Pennsylvania Railroad,

which is comprised of the Agri- Gainesville; Steiner ter, Hodge, who has been Owens II G. 2.50 96% I issue fell a point or more, drag General Electric, Eastman Kodak -

cultural Experiment Stations, Clive Kierce, Santa Rosa Coun- Chairman of DARE, University growing them for 32 years. Pac G & E -."_ 1.00 31% TODA V'S now JONES i ging down the averages.The : and American Smelting, all

, College of Agriculture. Agri- ty agent Agricultural Exten- of Florida provost for agriculture He and his brother, Preston, Pac LUng _-._.--___- 2.40 60% : Dow Jones industrial average -. down fractions.
cultural Extension Service and sion Service, Palatka; Dr. Archie Dr. E. T. York Jr., said planted their first patch together Pac T & T __ 1.20 30% 811.79 r Indust. I off 2.83, at noon was down 2.88 to Among more volatile stocks,

the School of Forestry. N. .Tissot entomologist Agri- that state wholesale and retail as an FFA project Pan Amer A 1.20 69% 204.88 I Rails I off 0.72 808.91. This violated the April IBM lost 5, Control Data 2 and
include Gainesville; Erdman West food distributors will convergein That was back when the Tom Parke Dav 1.00 28%. 30 intermediate low of 810.77 U.S. Smelting 1.
be honored
Those to : 139.62 I Uti I 0.13
Camilla R. Alexander Lafayette cultural Experiment Stations, Gainesville to meet with Watson was the leading variety Pennzoil 2.00 75 up from which the list rallied. Prices were mixed on the
Mrs. County home demon-, botanist and mycologist Agri--University of Florida agricul-- Pfizer .80a (5'4 287.57 I Stocks I off 0.80 Motors, steels, airlines, electrical American Stock Exchange.

stration agent, Agricultural.EXtension -!cultural Experiment Stations, tural economists to study the Hodge has long been an advocate Phelps Dg -. 3.00 64% 3,990,000 I Volume I 1,880,000 equipments, retails, oils Corporate and U.S. government -
Gainesville Dr. William A.
Service Mrs.: ; future of the industry today and of PolaroidPub .20 132 and rails were'among the losing bonds were irregularly
Mayo; legislation that -
Carver, agonomist, Agricultural -Friday. SV E G -_ 1.30 36% groups. i higher.
:C. Baxter, St.Lucie, Coun- would have watermelon
Ray
Experiment Stations, Gaines- Johnson will address the grow- Pure Oil ._-. _-.-__ 1.60 49% -
home demonstration agent ers enter into
Agricultural ty 'Extension\ Service -. ville. group at a banquet at 7 p.m. to- keting quota and voluntary inspect mar-ion Rayonier .._. 1.00 36%

Ft. Pierce; Mrs. AnnieF. Dr. E. T. York Jr., Univer- day at Gainesville's Holiday agreements., He thinks this Rexall .50b 44 I HYOUR MONEY'S
Grab Calhoun County sity of Florida provost for agriculture -Inn. Alachua County Rep. Ralph would solve many of the Reyn Metl .50 364 WORTH I t

home demonstration. agent will preside over the Turlington will act as toastmas- Rich Merr -- 1.00 40%

Blountstown; Miss Le ntine Williams dinner. Dr. J. Wayne Reitz, University !-ter.The apart These spacings are RCCola-1.20 68 I
DARE about half that of the Roy Dutch _:_ 1.73g 43% '
commodity meet- customary
assistant home demon- of Florida president, Test Your Consumer
ings held Juneto of Searle GD .90 604 IQ-2
grams in Alachua County, Ag- will be guest speaker. are being during way planting.
forecast the state's agricul- Lester Hodge said that the Singer _-:- 2.00 89%

tural development for the next closely-spaced planting would SmithKln.l.2oa 59%
One Hurt Others PaddedAs Sou Cal Ed. 1.05 32% I
10 years. The meetings climaxa not produce any jumbo sized A
I' probe of the present agricultural melons. '"We are shooting for St Oil Cal 2.00 61% By Sylvia Porter .

Cars Ram At AlachuaBy status by University per- an average of about 19-24 St OU Ind 2.00b 78%
sonnel and will give industry pounds," he said. "Becausethat Sterl Drug .65 27% Which of these statements do ly daily routine-Is used by I evidence Is that the more a con-

vacations ruinedin :,leaders a look into the future. is the size the chain Texas Util 1.28 574 you think is true, which false? ,only] a fraction, of America's :sumer has, the more be wants.
BOB THOMASA ing and two Textron _ families today, and I good It is the middle and upperincome -
1.40 say
Port Charlotte a two-car collision at the in- The conferences begin at 1:15 stores and the average housewife 43% (1)) As old-fashioned budget-
69-year-old
Tidewater riddance. What tens of millions person who upgrades constantly -
this tersection Qf U.S. 441 and Inter- p.m. each day and are held at want. ? 28% ing has disappeared from the
woman was injured morn- Trans of us are doing insteadis who moves from one
W A 28%
State 75.Minnie. McCarty Auditorium. ity by giving the melons just American scene. most of ushave
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE the right amount of w ate r. Union Pac 1.60a 46% developed new ways to budgeting our spending and need toanother, who goes from
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN' AND Dodson was treated Against Rights Too much or too little water UndA1rL > 1.50b 50% control our spending. saving via the installment debts one car to two, from one houseto
FOR' LEON COUNTY. FLORIDA.1.W and released from Alachua Gen- affects the sugar content he Upjohn __- 1.00 514 and major, fixed obligations we to_ from one TV set to two,

BOARD corporate OF of CONTROL the State a of public,Florid. I eral Hospital after she was Vote On MondayWASHINGTON Jim Walter 29 ((2)) Even'though the vast majority assume. etc. In contrast, it is the person

.Petitioner thrown against the windshield said.Melons, he said, are very War Lamb .. .70 28% of us have achieved the We take out an Installmentloan who is poor and discouraged

vs.THE STATE OF FLORIDA. et al.. of the car driven by her bus- (AP-South- sensitive to temperature Worthintn 1.50 38 best financial years of our lives commit ourselves to a !who downgrades his. wants,

ORDER Respondents.TO SHOW CAUSE }band. Harvey J. Dodson. ern Democrats turned down to- changes. The Hodges had Xerox _. ._..._ 108% during the post-World War II period of monthly repaymentsand gives up his aspirations. The

THROUGH O THE ITS STATE STATE OF ATTORNEYS FLORIDA.OF day a Senate leadership proposal planned to seart harvesting Zenith 1.20a67 era of ,inflationary price rises by so doing compel our- violent differences In spending
THE SECOND AND EIGHTH JUDICIAL The Dodsons, on a vacation to start voting Monday on last week, but one cool nightset and huge federal budget deficits selves to restrict the rest of our patterns within New York City

CIRCUITS.ERTY QWNERS.AND THE TAXPAYERS SEVERAL PROP-AND trip to Louisville, Ky., rammed the civil rights bill under a the melons maturity back inflation is one of our spending accordingly. Our installment where wealthiest neIghborhoods '

CITIZENS COUNTY.THEREOF fLCRIDA.AND OF INCLUDING ALACH into the rear of another car of strict limitation on debate. by a week. AMERICAN STOCK deepest fears and we strongly payments are actually may be only a block
UA
NON.RESIDENTS OWNING PROPERTYOR vacationers driven by Mrs. Helen Sen. Mike Mansfield of Montana What about the distrust budget deficits. a form of forced savings, away from slums dramatizesthis
THE E. costs. EXCHANGEAerojetGen
TO TAXATION I ;
till AND SUBJECT OTHERS HAVING OR CLAIM1 Sowinski of Gary, Ind. the Democratic leader benefits of an irrigation s>.stern :, (3) The, upper-income person and millions prefer buying on aspect of consumer behavior.
luG ANY RIGHT TITLE OR INTER- asked unanimous consent for who has of the installment and .
saving
EST IN PROPERTY TO BE AFFECTED Both cars, according to State 1 ? plenty possessionsis plan
BY THE .ISSUANC E BY THE I BOARD such voting alter charges of, _- -,30. % likely to feel he has the most thereby even though they have
OF CONTROL AN AGENCY OP THE j Trooper R. W Martin were Lester replied that an irrigation On Point Four: The U. S.
STATE ,1)I= FLORIDA. OF THE SJ.rtfc- traveling off 441 onto 1-75 when Dixie forces; that the bill's proponents Analex Corp 2S! unsatisfied wants. 'while the sufficient cash to finance a pur-
THER-' system would for consumer accounts for twothirdsof
BOO iNAFTER REVENUE MORE CERTIFICATES PARTICULARLY DE the mishap occurred. Martin were now conducting a itself two or three times pay Aqua Chem 16 poor, deprived person is likelyto .chase. We take on major obligations all
over spending our country,
SCRIBED. OR WHO MAY BE IN ANY counterfilibuster avoid voteon feel he doesn't need much insurance
a -
Aurora a mortgage,
Plastics
said he Dodson with 35!
WAY. AFFECTED. THEREBY: charged I in a year's time.growers' and, as our incomes have risen
.
pending jury trail amend. more. and again, we compel
Barnes Engineer 21Cborm3Joy' the installment
the and
Florida through buying on
Stat of > problems far -
TH as as
following too close. U. S. consumer'sspending
Stale 'Attorneys of the Second end ments. (4) The ourselves to limit the rest of
ElBMh Judicial CIrCuits of 0WMrS0 Mh State.11- None of the five passengers In objecting to the request, surpluses and quality controlare -' 13vfCinerama is the dominate factor -I our spending accordingly. We plan has become commonplace,
the aevwal property
nd thereof and ofAlachua were injured in the Sowinski Richard D-Ga. concerned.This 5% owpower has reached newpeaks.
Raven and citizen Sen. B. Russell in the American economyand have developed our own spend-
Wn $County.owning Florida property loclodlwi or wbject IBMres to- the Southern leader, called it an proposed legislation Computer Sci __ 16 be dwarfs in importancewhat big controls and the controls It isibecause we are so
taxation therein and other havh* or car.Mrs. attempt to put the blame for Cutter Labs A 16 4 the U.S. businessman or work. We have developed our powerful and because we have
rloht. tire or tn'eeeU has run into opposition froma -
cra"" lilt aiw Sowinski, who had been been such sturdy buyers

property to be aMecte4"by the Issuance' the failure to vote on opponentsof majority of the : Data Control _39 the federal government spend. own rules of thumb, have built steady,
bt the Board ef Control. an aotnCY Q' visiting in Taveres said the growers, that we have been able to minimize -
"> State Florida of the St.7U.000 in the House-passed bill but Hodge said yesterdaythat Fulton Inds I (5) Few of us, even in the in our own spending alarms -
her
car were the
Reve- unstabHizing impactof
Uolverslty of Florida Apartment passengers perhaps Mansfield's was to Gcn Develop income classes have and the alarms work too.
4 highest
request ,
nitf Certificate ef VJ 64 birIflmftCr mort! saved from serious injury be looks for the legislation sudden swings in governmentand
particularly detcribed. or to to affected limit debate on all of more Mackey AIrlines .- 6 any interest in accumulating a On Point Two: Every survey
uCany way thereby art hereby requirN by the fully-packed trunk which to come about some day. business spending.
tot W.ar before the Circuit Court ofLewTCounjY. than 300 amendments to one Mead Johnson la% family fortune to pass on to of consumer attitudes over the
Circuit! of FlorfcJa Mid State In the at Second the CourtHouse jOlcial other was crammed vacation with clothing. and half hour each and on a lead The veteran melon manmade 1 Pac NW Te1e 22 our children. years has emphasized how On! Point Five: We are great

25. daf to of Tau.l\aUH.June If....Florida at ten on o'clock the luggage. ership substitute for ,the House these observations as Philips EIee -- 39! True or False Every one of deeply ingrained in us is the and devoted savers, but we save

AJM the. and Petition show filed caw**to why the the above prayersof pro- "We ,couldn't get anythingelse bill o two hours beginning we left the green "oasis" of : Redwing Carriers 11 the above statements is TRUE fear of inflation and this faso primarily to assure our financial -
caedlno? should not be granted and the packed in that trunk." she Monday. mc GROUp rn just as every one of yester- despite the fact that most independence in oar older

and revenue the proceedings certificates of therein Petitioner described heretofore -explained, "and when' the car If aggeed to, this would have the and great drove back Newberry to desert Sperry R.,Wts. _,_-__ 7 and logical statements was Americans have prospered years, to educate our children,

efvalidated taken authorizing and confirmed.Said the.Issuance there hit us from behind we all felta wiped out any need to try to town. Synta 76 false. You're an unusually in- mightily in the postwar inflation to make a down payment on a

revenue certificates are dated sharp holt but then it was.cushioned I carry out the plans to invoke Tampa Elec 2t! formed and perceptive studentof period. There's also no mistaking home, to have a nestegg in

January exceeding t.three 14 and bear one-hart Interest per centum et not by all the clothes." i the Senate's debate-limiting Southfrica Tech Measur _ l'nTW consumer behavior,. though, our distrust of federal case. of financial disasterEven

aggregate r i per cent principal-) per amount annum.of are SUtiJOO.to the The trunk of the Sowinski car ',cloture rule.Russell AVis 22 if you passed today's ConsumerlQ. budget deficits. The reaction,of among the highest income

and mature In annual butaHament In was buckled in layers on the said that the Southerners -,I Their construction howeverwas 'VaIspar I I test. To be specific: on the the nation to President John- groups, only five out of every
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tile...* herein.* and eriilbits" attached there 'knocked off the roof. Loose request because be maintained, South Africa's effort to create Capital Lie L Gr _. 10.031 On Point One: The' ldfasbiiooed proof of this. terms of accumulating a
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DEAR ABBY: There Is a very attractive bachelor living in excitement. Do you think this is fair to our daughter? Deep

my apartment building. I am single, too. We have become down in her heart I know she must be terribly disappointed, G>:T OFF BOUGHT ANITA ICEBERG GO BACK TO

quite friendly of late, and have invited each other in for a but she loves him so much she readily agreed. I am' heart- + SLOB OVIA, fT;AND WE'RE HARVARD. ADWICE.r.r TELl.THE1<\
and television. I drink nothing but ginger "' 1 Sl.OB90YIANS!! TAKING IT;r IS PLENrIwoNOW, l IN SLOBBOW/
drink conversation "
k sick, and so is our entire family. Why can't the couple havea --BUT-SOa.-NO SLOE>E>OVIA.r/
ale, but whenever he serves it to me I have had the feelingi < g
quiet ceremony at his mother's bedside and then be married
that it, was spiked. When I accused him did.of I've this watched he be again at a beautiful church wedding? Others have been c::: 7A L. Nr

came very indignant and swore he never married by a Justice of the Peace and then remarried in a 0 1,
able to catch him at it, yet + L
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church. If any of your readers have ever faced this problem, i
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drinking together. Could it be my imagination? = <, 3= -
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DEAR FEELING: If he Is not spiking your ginger ale, he DEAR MOTHER: Your daughter is showing more good

: is even more dangerous because he is intoxicating you with judgment and compassion than you are. Your "storybook"

: his company. Stay out of his apartment. wedding, following a bedside ceremony, would reduce the ;...,.!
church ceremony to a performance. ....
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: DEAR ABBY: I always believed that honesty was the best

: policy, but it cost me a friend. You see, my best friend seczxzyrzyr GALLOWAY ABBY FRI END BARNEY GOOGLE YOU'RE A TRUE ill I HOLD 7H'

bought a dress and asked me what I thought of it.I told her DEAR ABBY: Please try to help me. I am worried sick fiN' SPARK PLUG:Ue FRIEND, SNI IFFY!!! CH.CKENl:!
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: I thought it !as too short, too tight, and the color was wrong about my husband. We've been married 11 years and have rNlff! FRY UP
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: for her. I told her in a very nice way, but she got mad and now three children. He was never graduated from high school but .NMCD, lJt1'W A MESS OFCHICKEN BROKE? ( -- \r1

she won't even speak to me. Should I have told her the dress he is smart. He's nice looking, too. Abby, we don't have a *H !!

: was nice even if it wasn't? Please pfint this, Abby. I know a cent in the bank. We just barely keep up with the bills. b f

lot of people who have the same trouble. He says he has life insurance and some other policies, but (: >I

: CONFUSED I've never seen them. He claims they are locked up in his / PARK

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: she "thinks" of something after she has already bought it, never filed any income tax, State or FederaL That is what

: she doesn't want an honest opinion-she wants a compliment. worries me the most. I love him very much, and know

If your best friend quit speaking to you on this account it that he can't go on forever without getting caught. Then r9turECt

couldn't have been much of a friendship. what? The children and I need him. Can you tell me whatto Z J
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: to a fine young manwhom, she.has dated all through college. DEAR WORRIED: Collar your dreamer and tell him DON'T BE FRIGHTENED, THE GOVERNOR THE, WELCOME,
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grass get out courting or A rTERMY
today is grass. A statistician of hand. to cut the K.P.
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spend $1.5 billion on their lawns verted most of grass's natural in its own be cut with a powered MADeCUTAtrtny UKSTOOO NK
this year, and this sum barely! functions. A lawn is sT: WAS
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DEAR ABBY: There Is a very attractive bachelor living in excitement. Do you think this is fair to our daughter? Deep I,

my apartment building. I am single, too. We have become down in her heart I know she must be terribly disappointed, GET OFFSLOB90VIA WE BOUGHT ANITA ICEBERG! GO BACK TO '*

quite friendly of late, and have invited each other in for a but she loves him so much she readily agreed. I am heart- + fT;AND WE'RE/ HARVARD FOR ACWICE.V TELL.THEMIS
but ginger --.-- ITYOU'RE /' PLENTY MONEY NOW, I IN SLOBBOVtf
drink conversation and television. I drink nothing SLOBBOVIANS!! TAKING
sick and is entire -BUT-SOS-IS ry
4 so our family. Why can't the couple havea NO SLOBBOVIAt
ale but whenever he serves it to me I have had the feeling yIa
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i been able to catch him at it, yetI
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church. If any of your readers have ever faced this problem,
: continue to get'that high, exhilarated feeling when.we're. I'd appreciate knowing how they handled it
f drinking together. Could it be my imagination? =
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DEAR FEELING: If he Is not spiking your ginger ale, he DEAR MOTHER: Your daughter is showing more good

: is even more dangerous because he is intoxicating you with judgment and compassion than you are. Your "storybook"

: his company. Stay out of his apartment. ,- wedding, following a bedside ceremony, would reduce the ..... o

4 church ceremony to a performance.
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: DEAR ABBY: I always believed that honesty was the best

: policy but it cost me a friend. You see, my best friend seczxzyrzyr GALLOWAY ABBY FRI END BARNEY GOOGLE A TRUE = I HOLD TH'

bought a dress and asked me what I thought of it.I told her DEAR ABBY: Please try to help me. I am worried sick AN' SPARK PLUG!! HOW FRIEND.DID YOU SNUFF/KNOW!! = o CH.CKENli!:

: I thought it seas too short, too tight, and the color was wrong about my husband. We've been married 11 years and have rNlff! FRY UP I WUZ FLAT

: for her. I told her in a very nice way, but she got mad and now three children. He was never graduated from high school but .- Wl'JJ' A MESS OFCHICKEN BROKE? \,

she won't even speak to me. Should I have told her the dress he is Smart. He's nice looking, too. Abby, we don't have a !!

: was nice even if it wasn't? Please pftnt this, Abby. I know a cent in the bank. We just barely keep up with the bills. 6 fS

lot of people who have the same trouble. He says he has life insurance and some other policies, but cn ,,
: CONFUSED I've never seen them. He claims they are locked up in his ) PA RKR

.. DEAR CONFUSED: When a woman asks a friend what boss' safe. I would like to have a look at them. Also, he has

: she "thinks" of something after she has already bought it, never filed any income tax, State or Federal. That is what Q I

: she doesn't want an honest opinion-she wants a compliment. worries me the most. I love him very much, and know

If your best friend quit speaking to you on this account it that he can't go on forever without getting caught. Then lAssr ECc u
: couldn't have been much of a friendship. what? The children and I need him. Can you tell me whatto Z J
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: DEAR ABBY: Our beautiful 23-year-old daughter is engaged WORRED SICK -

: to a fine young man whom she,has dated all through college. DEAR WORRIED: Collar your dreamer and tell him DONY BE FRIGHTENED, THE GOVERNOR TME WELCOMEt, '

She is our only daughter and we have the means to give that if he turns himself in, he will be given the opportunityto I THE CURRENT IS OFF.v wisHES To GOVERNOR.SEE'YOU. pEiECT1vE.YESb ;: .

: her a storybook wedding. The problem: The young man's pay what he owes on time, plus penalities, and the au- .

mother, an invalid and seems to be fading fast He wants thorities will be much more lenient with him than if they

: to be married at a quiet ceremony at his mother's bedside are forced to charge him with a crime. And let him know ,ly

:._as her doctors say she cannot leave her bed or stand too much that if he doesn't act within one week, you will act for him. V:

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and lovers. The fact is, however, same reason, it is useless for toes.
biggest rackets in the country that we are letting grass get out courting or sunbathing. This year it is no longer A ERMY
today is grass. A statistician of hand. enough simply to cut the K.R I
Although useless, it cannot be grass, THOSFJcs, ,
;has figured that Americans will To begin with, we have per- ignored for a family is judgedin or to cut it with a power mower.It .4 LIST K ALWAYS LET lVc7FCNK
spend $1.5 billion on their lawns verted most of grass's natural its own neighborhood by the must be cut with a powered A1APSOUC.Apiny LIKE TO CO if .9 !
;this year, and this sum barely functions. A lawn SOMETliN6 THAT WAs
is not grownto quality of its lawn. mower which can be operated
begins to express the ton that nourish the goat or cow. Any from a driver's seat. Some KDSTEZ. tS00D F0,2 sL.i coop!' .

:grass will exact from the society. goats or cows that got onto it Grass is the least rewarding i are still pushing obsolete people is oar s rr cyq

would be, like the children sent of all status symbols. He' powered mowers just as some 1 /

: The number of man-hours immediately to bed. Tramps and gleaming land cruiser parked in people are still driving the 1960 0 o 1j

Band boy-hours that will be wast- lovers are hustled off it by the i'front of the grass may be hid! model cars, but they are driv- j br

jed mowing, trimming, fertiliz- police. The grass must be re icrously loaded with chrome, but ing down real-estate values in Q
!ing, planting, curtying and wa- spected.As at least it will move you their communities.One \\m L

tering grass is incalculable. Men a result, most grass has around the country. The' coach _

.will collapse of over-exertion in become virtually useless and lamps on the portico may look of the oddities about the -' I = .
'grass culture. Millions of hours the grass around the typical pretentious, but at least they relieve -American's surrender to grassis eq j

will be spent listening to grass American home has become a the dark.. his insistence that he likes

*,bores. Respectable citizens will money-gobbling albatross, or, to The grass does nothing but it. Catch him perspiring in his

:be silently blackguarded by switch metaphors, a green elephant drink money exhaust energies, useless zoysia and he will tell I PONT WANT TROUBLEMTU -
;their neighbors for grass failure. crush spirits destroy sleep, create -you, "Great exercise. Keeps me rTAKE COUPLE i 5HCLLD E N15 5TDCK Ciit IP MISS LEEPS CLAIMS WAT CANT WATSON LEEPS.'rP- -'
OFF ANA 'Mr.CORNEELY!eE9DEs,I'D GARY WAS MSOLEMT ID HER, FIGURE THESE GETTER HAVE 6AJW fUetWNE
Hundreds of thousands of chiltdren The sensible way to build a tensions and interfere with out in the sun," or some such HAY WITH PA RATHER SHE TOOK LE550Ai5 3 GOING OUT OP KB WWTO 106NG PEOPLE, HOLES MTH FATT.'
will be started down the house as the Romans discovered the watching of baseball games rubbery rationalization. No use =: SONFgOMo nowE ELSE: ce M wis COMPANY war 3UPG5/

;road to neurosis by parents with 2,000 years ago, is to puta and sprout insolent signs order- telling him that he could get 1 ?

grass anxiety. ("U I catch you blind wall up against the street ing humans to keep off it the_same results from tennis or M 1y 4' I

.playing on that grass once more, line and face the living quarters Recently there have been lying on the beach, for he will oM.f .
.it's up to bed.") Valuable week-: onto a central court or yard. some e ol developments in the back with
come a cutting piece.
' 'end sleeping time will be destroyed -' Instead, we set them back from grass racket. One such is the of grassmanship. ("Say you'vereally I II <

grass-proud neighbors the sidewalk and fill the wasted rise of the powered grass mow- let

. ; running their power mow- space with grass. er. Until a few years ago, it was I from your clover get" away i ,+tar .I
:ers through the morning dew. What purpose does the grass sufficient to keep the grass cut you, haven't you? ) Q.cQ V'w

'3 And what will the country get serve? It cannot be used to sus Then we came to a time when The question we must each

1 :for it all? Grass. There Is nothing tain a cow. The cow is certainto status depended on keeping it ask ourselves is, "When is this ,

.' wrong with grass when taken wander into the street and cut with a powered mower one grass going to start earning its I I

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I Sew= ; to Make Ants Yell 'Uncle9 Pilot ShootingWASHINGTON (- aintsuilltlllrift&1m' \ ;, I 1

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By HERVEY SHARPE :; For outdoor control, Agricul crawl This includes cracks in find themselves with no domestic spray mats and furniture on I mission from the airliner that FARM ;
I .Agricultural Extension Service tural Extension- Service entomologists -the floor and walls around animals on which to' feed. which pets sleep. Use mala-'.crashed near San Francisco
I Even,If:jrou don't have mats suggest chlordane or water pipes electrical outlets, Therefore, they begin to aggra- thion or diazinon inside the
I in-your.pantryy;}rou may. have dieldrin in water-base sprays.' heat ducts cracks behind mold- vate the homeowner. home. I.May 7, killing all 44 aboard, & GARDEN

them' elsewhere-including your For attacking an ant nest, try ings, baseboards, windows and This spring ticks are also For an. outdoor attack on pet seems to confirm that a passen-
,f plants. two tablespoons of 50 per cent door frames, also around kitchen -showing up in the lawns of pests use a jar spray attach- ger shot the pilot."Skipper's .
J ? -So inspect now. Look for the chlordane per gallon of water.I' cupboards shelves sinks some homes. ment on the garden hose. Spray
1 little black invaders as well as Pour the mixture into the nest and bathtubs. Do not apply The same treatment will kill mistures containing malathionor shot. We've been
the big red one opening. Then soak the area 1 these oil-base sprays near an both fleas and ticks. It's a triple diazinon to kill fleas and shot. Tryin' to help" was the
'f j Often these pests are on ornamentals with water to wash the insecticide -open flame, or an asphalt tile, approach of treating pets in- ticks. desperate cry on the tape re-
guarding "slave" in. down to the bottom bid or on grass trees or shrubs. side the house and the lawn As fleas like dry, sandy areas leased Wednesday by the Civil
.<, sects that are making Honeydew ing place of the queen ant. Fleas area. for breeding, be sure to spray Aeronautics Board and the FBI. u
for their captors. Ants har- On plants apply a spray mix- Florida homeowners appear to A 5 per cent malathion or a under the house under the tool
bor eggs of scale Insects, mealy- ture of a tablespoonful of 50 be plagued with more than the Sevin 5 per cent dust are effective shed and in the sand bed where The voice was identified as ,.".. .. $,
bugs whiteflies. aphids and per cent wettable chlordane powder ..usual infestation of fleas. Re- flea killers on pets. For you park the jalopy. that of copilot Ray E. Andress.I ;
leafhoppers in their nest dur-' in one gallon of water. Do quests are pouring in asking an indoor flea-tick control apply .
,ing the winter to be sure of a not apply this poison to foliageor ways to get relief from this a ready-prepared household I r 4 q ._-
spring and summer supply oft fruit that will be eaten. pest. spray containing malathion or
sweet 'excreta. If ants are in the house, discover It's very common to get a Sevin.A Alacliua CountyAgent's
_Ant !injury to plants is indirect if they are coming from complaint from people who sprayer, a paint brush, or I 'Id
Ants.keep the insect pestsat outside or if the nest is indoors. have gotten rid of their pets a pump-type oil can is excel- < d _
full strength for destroying For ants that are sneaking in only to find that fleas have be- lent for applying insecticides to
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vegetables and ornamentals from the. outside, block their come more numerous hi the cracks in the floors, around f '
by practicing sanitation fight- path by blowing a 5 per cent I house and yard. baseboards and in other dark, _
,< ing off natural predators and chlordane dust onto the ants'I With the pets gone, the fleas protected places. Be sure to WILBURN C. FARRELL
'I preventing an invasion of in- line of march. Agricultural Extension Service
t .sect-parasUes.: ,For an indoor application, use I .. .3.. I
"Ants- also invade lawns. Beside 2 per cent chlordane or Vz -per '.t Water is the key to a successful Atrizine for weed control on you::1

their painful:sting,+' ants cent dieldrin in a non-staining! Down EarthIn I cropping season for Alachua corn fields this year, do not II
make ,unsightly hills that clutter -deodorized kerosene. i to County farmers. This week we plant tobacco on this acreage in1!
:up an otherwise (perfect Apply the spray to surfacesnear have checked on vegetable'' 1965. We have had several''
L'awn. the nest or where the ants : t field and cattle operations. I
crops
1 I Levy County Pepper growers, most oj f cases of Atrizine toxicity show i
up in fields planted behind corn
whom have irrigation systems
are in the driver's seat at this where Atrizine was used last/
Gilchrist CountyAgenfs By LEONARD COBB time. Yields are good and the year.
Agricultural Extension Service looks Alachua County will be wen 1 FLA. PEST CONTROL'SNew
is better, so it
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I like a successful year for pepper
Corner yam I A new soybean Hardee is be- rida, and many areas are becoming Club Conference here at the]
: growers.
A ling: grown by several. farmersin affected. Watermelons and cantaloupesare University of Florida June 15-I Toro

f ''3 Levy County this These The only countermeasure is to just beginning to go to mar 19, with the following outstand-i
'By JIM YELVINGTON year. try to control the aphids and ket from this area. Dry weather ing 4-H girls and boys attend-(i
Extension Service I:growers include David Hipp ing: Anne Strickland Becky
Agricultural Bill Weeks and Robinsonof to destroy plants when they has seriously cut yields. A few 'I Golden Whirlwind
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show plant able
'I MIMQi signs growers have been to I
Williston and George Bird of
: ""Keep your guard up" is the Chamber of Commerce President -Gulf Hammock. rigate their fields and they re- Platt, Donald Boggs, Morgan!
I advice of Carl.Langford, .super Howell Lancaster appeared port good to excellent prospects.Since Bass Harold Trujillo Tony the only rotary mower
vising' inspector:'with the State before the Board and This new bean has given good LIVESTOCKMARKET South Florida is about Trujillo, Lowell Parrish Ben,
r Screwworm Eradication Program brought recommendation from results on generally sandy soils through shipping and with ny Campen, Lanny Bishop and I with "Wind-Tunnel" actionAs

.. 4TSome the Chamber that this actionbe in' Florida and should producewell prices about four cents per James Petty. ,it lies flat.It's hardto
1 laxity has been observgd'recently taken. I. on the soils in Levy County.We pound, these growers have an Fair cut.your But grass the grows Golden "Whirlwind with
in failure; of farm- County Agent, Jim Yelvington will be looking forward to Light cattle and hog sales excellent chance to make mon- Display 'S "Wind-Tunnel"t action has so much
ersand others to report unidentified appeared with Lancaster to tell the results these growers get were reported this week at the ey. However, most of our water- Includes Work M e pulling force...it actually pulls the
.;maggots in animal the commissioners that approval -with this new bean. I feel thereis Gainesville Livestock Market melon growers are dependent on t grass up for a more even cut.Then it dis-
flesh wounds. "Friends," Carl for this position has been definitely a place for soybeansin rainfall to make their crop and Of UFAr' charges clippings swiftly,smoothly.Bags
says, "let's keep our guard up 1 received from the University of Levy County. i The Federal State Mar- thus far very little rain has fall- 'V beautifully. Leaves your lawn spotless.
and don't let this multi-million Florida Board of Control by I ket News Service reported a en. Growers will be lucky to get Hollis Holbrook's painting t-I. e $89.95 to $149.95.
r dollar,.pest dwell among our State Extension Director Dr. The thing Levy County farmers steady market on all slaughter two to three cuttings from melon "On the Beach will be displayed Come in...see both 19"and 21 Golden -
livestock again: Marshall O. Watkins.The need most is rain.I cattle, except calves were weakto fields as no new fruits are with a group of Florida' "Whirlwinds.Exdusite .
a good
1 "The only way to be safe if remaining approval nec- hope by the time this reachesthe $1 lower. A total of 468 head being set, due to the drought. artists' works at the N-e w York I' \ mart of Ton Manufacturing Corporation.
:with a fleshinhabiting make this was sold at Monday's cattle Field is in critical World's Fair.
you are dealing essary to position a reader all wet corn a stageof
we are as
maggot In-a live animal reality is that of the State Budget -ducks. The corn watermelonand i sale, compared to 797 the week growth; three weeks ago we The University of Florida art I 1. _
,.Ii to caQ it to the attentionof Commission to provide the tobacco are in bad. before. Stocker steers were had about the best prospectsfor professor's painting was among r -
'}tow county agent who 'will increase in funds needed from need of moisture crops and the needis steady to weak; heifers, steadyto ; a bumper crop we have had those selected by Anthony Bower -II
see;that,the "critter" gets.iden state and federal sources for acute-We needed it yester- 50 cents lower; cows, steady, I in years but due to increased managing editor of Art in' .. q
tified. That's, why inspectors are this position. day. and calves $1 to $1.50 lower. 'plant population per acre, higher America. Other Florida painters -
.on the job,-SO-if. i in doubt, call 4-H CLUB NEWS Cattle prices Monday: : temperatures and low humid- were Joseph Teste-Secca of Bags winter's litter Bags grass all Bags leaves in Fall
ydur county agent. Gilchrist County 4-H Clubs are If you have a big watermelon Steers and heifers-G o o d, ity, available moisture has been Tampa Jack Amoroso of Miami i, in Spring Summer
BONDEDDEALERS"Watermelon'- I having their annual club project you will stand a good chancein only two at $20; standard $17.- depleted as the all important Jeffrey M. Krohnsnoble of j ASK FOR FREE DEMONSTRATIONUse
:grower; insist' .tours and picnics now.-Os- the big melon contest of the 25-19; utility, $15-17.5G-stockers( silking stage approaches. It'sbout Tampa and Gretchen Ebersol j
upon bonded ;dealers to buy ceola 4-A Club ,members and QUe} and Watermelon Festival 111895. ?!; the same story with our of Jacksonville. I.
your watermelons," advises our leaders toured their area last this year. The champion melon Cows-Utility 1416.50; cutters tobacco fields. Our irrigated tobacco Holbrook was also asked to'
friend Pete Clinton field representative Saturday viewing members' probably will not weigh more 1214.25; stockers, $12 continues to grow while participate in an exhibition at I (Scotts* NEW BONUS
with the license and projects. Vegetable gardens, than 60 pounds. Don't forget the 18.75. the unirrigated tobacco is dying the Clemson Rudolph Lee Gallery -i
: field corn, swine, beef, poultry, date June 13 at Chiefland. Bring Calves Good, $17.50 21; in the field. with Joseph Sabatella, Vlv-:
De-ment.
watermelons and dairy projectswere those big melons in by 11:30a. standards, $17 19.25; utility Just a word of caution to tobacco Ian Holbrook and Bernard Vol-'
many growers get "stung"' by observed. The 4-Hers selected m. $15.5016.25; stockers, $11- growers-if you have used chysonk of Gainesville. !: DOUBLE-ACTION
the un-bonded buyer.. Your Nadine Watson's white iii .
22.Bulls
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county :agent maintains an up- cake with chocolate frosting Utility $16-18.75; cutters LAWN PRODUCTFOR
to-date,copy 'of bonded dealers, adorned with walnuts as the Watermelon virus we found 1315.50; stockers, 1020. LAWN IRRIGATION SYSTEMS
I so.it your .prospective buyer best 4-H project exhibited on out at the Watermelon Field 50.With I
cannot furnish proof, then checkto the tour. Close runner-up was Day, is spread almost exclusively grades selling 10 to 151 CUSTOM DESIGNED FOR YOUR LAWN USE ON
see' if his'"name is on this Grady Jones's 20 acres of Char. by aphids. These are little cents higher than last week, 278 TAILORED, TO YOUR NEEDS J '
list. : leston Grey watermelons, fol- sucking' insects that attack hogs were sold at the local l II AND YOUR BUDGET BY A ST. AUGUSTINE
I ASST.' AGENT' APPROVEDThe lowed closely by' Charles and plants and suck the juices from market Tuesday. This compares SPECIALIST CENTIPEDE oOflhIS
Gilchrist Board of County Carolyn Langford's. pullet pro- the leaves. These small insects with 247 sold last week. AND ZOYSIA
Commissioners monthly meeting last Monday sey heifer stage. They have been reported No. l's. $15; No. 2's. $14.35; af,
approved_ appointment of an Wilcox 4-H members were to flying many miles and have No. 3's' $1 ; No. 4's $11.60; SUDDEN SERVICE OIL CO.FR 20 Lb. Treats ..
assistant county agent for Gil hold their project' tour today been moved long distances in:No. 1 ro's, $12; Hy ro's, $11; 2500 Sq. Ft. of Lawn
christ, County. Unanimous approval -beginning at Francis Jones' the upper air currents. This disease -: No. 1 Hy's, $14; feeders, up to 6-4404 a
came after Gilchrist I home. is gaining ground in Flo:$20.75.
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performances of the Gainesville and morals of a town in the

Little Theatre's latest produc- grips of an "epidemic scare." 3fruiJark\ etmrs will not be a complete intervention I ANY OF THESE
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: an eight week television series pIe." that its health spa-its main ) A certain amount of will be associated with THINGS I TO SELL?

:- produced expecially for the expectant Reservations are available for source of income-is contaminated soul-searching is going on in each project from the beginning

parent, begins on the the show with the curtain goingup or conceal the fact assure France at present about the and he will be expected to

Gainesville television station i at 8:30: p.m. on Thursday its own income but risk dangerof way that foreign visitors are repay the money invested overa They'll Bring You Extra Cash Announcement .

t Friday and Saturday nights. Or- disease for visitors. The Mil treated. Note has been takenof period of 15 or 20 years and
WUFT-TV Channel at
8:30 o'clock., tonight ders for reservations may be ler-Ibsen work at the same time complaints of surliness and will eventually become the sole 3 LOST b FOUND

k called in to FR 64949. grips the larger theme of ques- dishonesty on the part of hotel- owner. Rugs LOST: Key ring with, change puree

1 The first program of this The production an Arthur Miller tioning the role and worth of ma- keepers, and though it is not These will be two-star and ., purse.attached.Sentimental Engagement reasons.ring Please In

j : series Is, in effect, an orientation adaptation of Henrick Ib- jority-rule in time of crisis. clear how much can be done three-star hotels as they are Guns call '"'-31311. Reward.

o. to the topics covered I in about this there have been sug- the ones most needed; it is cal- LOST pair of black frame glasses'

I :7: w entire series. Dr. Anne B. gestions of a national campaignfor culated that 31 per cent of for- Tools Center vicinity, Univ.of City Ave.Park Phone or Music 372-

J Wagner, chief of the maternal Unscrambled Tape Proves a better welcome for for- eign visitors stay in two-star Boats 1267.

r Z and child health division of the eigners.At hotels and 22 per cent in three- 4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE

"it t of star ones. Each hotel will haveat
I sburgh Department the.same time it is Tents
recog-
:: Assailant Crash Planecoustics least 50 beds and it is in- LEARN TO DRIVEl! Special at-
I neaiin, is narrator. The purpose on nized that a broad smile alone tentlon to nervous or elderly.
33 of this initial program is to inform tended to build six for a start. Books Easy Way Driving School. FR
\ have also to be comfortable and 1-7007. Lie. by State <* Fla.
I Z the expectant parent ol WASHINGTON (AP-An as- and speech research I reasonably priced and here it They are to be in Marseilles,

: the physical processes of pregnancy -sailant aboard the airliner that laboratory said the studies and I is felt that France is badly be- Montpellier, Nantes, Metz St. Plants 6 SPECIAL NOTICESDUE

k ( and the necessary care crashed May 7 near San Fran- comparisons with earlier recordings hind other European countries.Not Brieuc, and Tourcoing. Eventually Pianos to divorce T here a Ilk. new

.\ I 31 to meet these bodily changes. cisco, killing all 44 aboard, ap- of the crew voices in-. only are prices high but there may be 20 or more. 1964 model Zig Tag Automatic
machine, that
These built sewing does ev
: In weeks to Dr. parently shot the pilot, officials dicated that the voice recordedwas French hotels are old. In Parisno publicly hotels Stoves erything. We would Ilk* someone -
< come, Wagner intended both to filla
are help to to take up payments of $6.00per
said Wednesday.The that of Andress, copilot of big hotel has been built for
Z will explain and describe the be- need and mo. Small balance. Ph. 372-
by their competitionto
"J' the Pacific Air Lines plane as 30 Radios 2051.
ginning of the first years.
pregnancy, Civil Aeronautics Board : inspire other hotelkeepers to WRINKLES
: visit to the doctor, nutrition and and the FBI released a tape it approached San Francisco on The situation is not yet felt to improve their services. The Skates Coty Line Away
a flight from Reno Nev. $5 plus Tax
33 dental care during pregnancy, recording of the last radio I be critical. Speaking recentlyat present lack of two-star and Odi'i Pharmacy
T the middle months of the National Congress for TrunksJewelry 116 Central Plaza, (Next to Wtnn
pregnancy, transmission from the plane a Kerst asaid that this determination three-star hotels is explained by Dixie) I.OADrugstore..

I 7 the last months of pregnancy desperate cry: "seems relatively certain Tourism in Evian M. Ravanel, the reluctance of private finan- I NEED a new TV antenna

I *. the birth of a baby and the ," because the voices of the Commissioner for Tourism, ciers to invest in hotels in gen- and have it installed at my

Z weeks after birth. "Skipper's shot! We've been pilot, Capt. Ernest A. Clark,I pointed out that France was eral, and particularly in any- home in the SW area. Call
r. shot! ta !" Bicycles George Doyle at 372-
Tryin' help still the second country in Eu
and the quite'difI but four-star
copilot were thing luxury or
a "The Months Before Birth" 8441. ext. 14.
The voice was identified as i rope in terms of income from _
ferent when studied under a hotels in safe places such as TV Sets
I have new 1944 model automaticZig
in .
produced WQED
was by
1'1 that of E. Andress.
Ray Beyond spectrograpy.A tourism. She drew $707 millionin the Cote d'Azur. Zag sewing machines. No
Pittsburgh Pennsylvania and is "We've been there I attachments needed to do the
shot 1963, compared with $932 mil Paris is always a specialcase ClothingCameras following decorative stitches,
r distributed by National Educational indicate whether I revolver found in the ,
was nothing to plane. lion in Italy.Elsewhere and another buttonholes appliques monograms
.
11 governments blind
Television. hems. Etc. $5.75per
he too had been wounded before wreckage traced to of.
was one
I however, it ha proposal is designed to encourage mo. $5450 total price. US
the crash. I the dead who had W. Univ. Ave 3761075.
"i" passengers been asserted that tourists
w. are the modernization of thecity's

:?; Library SetsStorytelling The CAB asked the assistanceof taken out a large amount of tending merely to pass through aging hotels. One impediment Antiques 8 Baby Sitters Child Car

:! Bell Telephone Laboratories, flight insurance.The France. In an address to a to modernization has been Furniture PLANNED program "awaTts"vour
pre-school youngster at JACK
..; Murray Hill, N.J., in analyzingthe FBI and CAB said that group of deputies recently M. that nine out of 10 hotels in Par- & JILL NURSERY SCHOOL.

_... blurred conversation on the Kersta translated the original Pierre Lazareff, directorgeneral is are not owned by the people Livestock film-strips.Music programs 7:45-5:15, educational Mon-Frt

Story Time for children from tape, the final communication tape to a digital tape for com of the newspaper France- who run them. The hotels have 1331 S.W. 13th St. FR 63900.

3 to 7 will be held at the Gainesville between the plane and the Fed- puter processing, and applied Soir said that an average tour been profitable and the owners Diamonds TINY TOT

if.I Public Library from 3:15 eral Aviation Agency control electronic filtering to eliminate ists spent only 2.4 days eachin have therefore seen no reason' Fish Poles PLAY SCHOOL

I I to 4 o'clock on Friday alter- tower at San Francisco.L. high and low frequency noise France. Perhaps more were to spend money on modifica visit u and see for yourself.
I noon. C. Kersta of Bell's ac- bands. entering the country but they tions. Used Cars 24 SE :th St. FR780o.

were not staying. Lazareff put Under the new measure an EXPERIENCED elementary school
Miss Alice Haines and Mrs.I this down to a combination of teacher to care for children. 3
owner will no longer have the Auto TiresAquariums acre play area. Planned program,
students in the 3-Foot Driver Is l the effects of dishonesty 372-7150.
Marilyn Ware Lady eaGPatrolman's churlishness right to prevent a tenant from

College of Education at the University and high prices. carrying out any work of mod- BABYSITTING per wk. Call In 3741S34.Employment my. home, M

of Florida will be the Not Pulling Legtot Hotelkeepers say that it Is; ernization. Nor will he be able] Row

storytellers. unfair to generalize that it is to raise the rent as a result of Boats

j .. The Summer Reading Program EVANSVILLE, Ind. (AP) about three feet tall completed I only those who complain who the improvements for a period Golf Clubs

in Patrolman Charles Henderson a turn at an intersectionand are dissatisfied, and that there of up to nine years. The tenant 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED
for Children is
at the Gainesville now Public thought the police dispatcher stopped in front of a house. are dirty hotels and grumpy for his part, will not be able to TypewritersMotorcycles
-
progress "She did Scales landlords in other countries.The demand any special payment
LJ and in all branch ;was pulling his leg Wednesday a good job BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORSEarn
Library
night when told to invsetigate a said. "I've never seen. anythinglike general opinion, however,, when he eventually ]leaves for up to (5 per hour demonstrating -
libraries of the Santa Fe Reg- famous Studio Girt
to be that France is behind the he has
4-year-old girl driving a station it before." seems improvements car-- Cosmetics. Full or Part Time.
ional Library. Children may reg- on the near East Side. her competitors in the ried out.Beside. Used TrucksRefrigerators Phone 374-433 after 4.

ister at the nearest library. wagon The child was accompanied by number of her hotels, their hygiene WANTED Claims secretary. Must
Henderson replied "Are you the modernizing of old be fast & accurate typist, and
her father and several other their comfort and the hotels use dictaphone. Shorthand not es
the
per- is
s.s s.es. sure she is 4, and the dispatcher government en- sential. Salary commensurate
I answered ")'es." sons. All were laughing. The welcome that they give. couraging the building of new Baby Buggies with ability & experience. Reply
;lar r father told Scales his daughter The government has accepted hotels in Paris. One possible to box 433-A Gainesville Sun. '

j i tnttk I d k Flores Scales Evansville ju- drives all the time on the farm. this view and is proposing a site is the disused Gare d'Or- Electric Motors ESTABLISHED TERRITORY
venile officer heard the same number of open with Avon Cosmetics In Mle-
The officers didn't take any measures to improve say on the left bank of the mop Call Mrs. Burns, FR 3-0421.
.... .... pJ' .. report and decided, "This I have ; names or issue a summons, but the situation. In particular Seine; another is on the Pond Store EquipmentFarm
.
.sSe. .... to: see." I scales warned the father to limit it is planning to build a Point de la Defence, out in the PROTECTED time service TERRITORYPart route for am-

214 NW 13th FR 6-6472 Arriving on the scene the two the girl's driving to the farm. chain of hotels outside Paris suburbs, beyond the Etoile; yet Machinery bilious reliable resident of Ala-

-Also--in--Ocala- -- officers watched as the blonde I "She can't do it on city streets" with public funds. This is a another is in the area of Mont- Infant's chua evenings Co. 7 with to 10 phone P.M.&FR car.7-1UI.Call

he said. new undertaking though it it parnasse. Clothing WANTED white woman to keen U
'f11W Pillow' 1:10-7:10 I mo. old girl In my home Man
1 -Petty' 2.J Sewing Machines thru Fri. 1:45 to 515. Call 4-044
t .'INESVILIEDftlVfIN 5:00-1.50 _after 5:15 p.m.RcCEPTIOUIST .
t't Office for doctor's-office,
THEATRE Equipment
-I.. N. THE GREATEST DOUBLE FUN 'ater Pipe UnderwearFor ooen.mature Reply and experienced Box 429.A, Gainesville Salary.
AND LOVE SHOW EVER! Movie Equipment Sun.
I
Last Times TonightOPEN HAVE A BUSINESSOF
7:00 SEE 2 HITS! Outboard Motors YOUR OWNSet
SHOW 745 LATE AS 9:15 your own hours na Investment I
the 'Spaceman Look no high' pressure people
AT 9sl5
Sports Equipment wanted. Apply 138 NW 11th Avt.
Wed., June 3 at 7:30 p-,,,.

Vacuum ELEMENTARY teacher to help'
Cleaners
HOUSTON Tex. (AP-A suit Apollo suits haven't t: D. McK. teach child to talk in private
cki44a! space Kerslake head of climatic homo or her home. Phone FR 2-
of mail-order house long under- helped much. The heavy garments physiology, RAF Institute !- Nursery Furniture laS}.

: wear riddled with 144 tiny water and their high pressurization Aviation Medicine, Farn- OPENING Camp Crystal for resident Lake four nurse to eight at

.. ".,. I .) pipes could prevent astronauts are sweat boxes. borough England, determinedthat Fishing EquipmentWashing contact weeks this Dwight summer.Hunter If,Interested at School,

( .. ', 'P in Eastman COLQR from getting "dishpan red" all Research into conductive different parts of the body Administration Bldg. Phone FR 2-

: t..J RELEASE over during a space flight. cooling for space suits has been had different skin temper Machines 4391.
RE WANTED colored cook 5 or 4 day
: ,,, AL..,.iS A UNIVERSAL Manned'Spacecraft Center engineers I led by a young British doctor, :tures. Materials week. Phone 373421.: 2311 W. s
1 ': ,1 JONLYI rcuDDORSI are developing a water- John Billingham who first saw The deep body temperatureis Building Univ. Ave. .

: II .. cooled undergarment to replacethe the possibilities of such a sys- 98.6 degrees, while skin readings \- Heating Equipment LADY to age office 35 for typing general adding accounting

: A10NF oxygen cooling system now tem as a Royal Air Force flight range from 94 degrees at machine background exp necessary helpful., bookkeeping Ph.-

'SHOTGUNWEDDING" used in space suits. surgeon. the head, chest abdomen back Musical Instruments McCoy for appointment.Mfg. Co.. inc. FR 4-7790

In past flights, astronauts He now heads the environ- and buttocks to 83 degrees at
WANTED assistant for doctor'soffice.
..- have emerged from the spacesuit ment physiology branch of the the hands and feet. Camping Equipment Must be able to type.

IN COLOR dripping with perspiration Manned Spacecraft Center, Drek Burton, an English hu- file.complete Salary' insurance depends form on expert and
AT 7:45 where experiments have been man Plumbing EquipmentChildren's Unce. Phone FR 2395.
looking as if they had spent engineering expert, set to
: LIVE FAST DIE YOUNGAT
I hours going on for a work these WANTED survey workers, $1.25
in
values
6>grstgyA a dishpan. year. using to Playthings per hr. plus Incentive.; 3 hrs.per .
,# 10:30 Until 20 tests here make a water-cooled suit. day, 5 days per week. Call
: GRL! OF THE NIGHT UNrvER RRE[ASE I Refinements in the gas cool- May were space FR 20517.EXPERIENCED.
ing system for Gemini and -onducted with store- urchased The suit today is basically his Electrical I Appliances r SALESWOMEN
-- : 'design and this week he EXCELLENT opportunity for twolivewire
underwear with the
on" plastic:: pub-
;. ... I T':'," .I r.,;;_;;"."..' ?;-'T pipes; sewed in the mat 1is1! _d a technical paper. Dogs, Cats, Parakeets k-"'* hew young to sell women and enjoy who
; I"U work. These are permanent -
: IN i ROCUU-G =ria1. I The device requires two positions, good pay, excellent
future and fine work Ift9condit.ons.
A factorymade suit built to pounds of water, a small pumpto 5Vfc da/ week vacation
: hospitalization, etc See Mr.
FLORIDA'S OWN specifications was put to use in
circulate the water and about Sandefer, Rutherfords Jewelers
an experiment with engineerGil 103 W. Univ. Ave.
: 144 pipes fitted into the underwear -
WOODY WOODBURY Freedman wearing the gar- WANTED experienced shoe salsa
The pump and its battery lady. Apply m person. Bob's Shoe
ment and walking a treadmillfor source weigh 12 Store 21 W. Univ.' Ave.
: power ounces.
.
AMERICA'S NEWEST one hour at a time. said the MEET people' enjoy| your work and
Billingham water
: COMEDY DISCOVERY! He wore the water-cooled un- cooling method eliminates dehydration Nothing will sell it faster part-time.make S40-S60 Choose weekly your by own working hours.
We train' you. Opening In Gainesville
: J( Pl derwear under a cumbersomeand caused by excessive and surrounding area. Call
\ heavy 374-14M or apply 626 H. Main it,
Mercury space-suit.
sweating. The "dishpan red"
4 I
1\ \\l_e-\A'\Unn I--v 1 frsflest; Despite the brisk walk and the appearance is caused by blood 12 Male Help Wanted

: .Wildestmotion: pfcture heavy clothing his skin temper- rushing to the surface.To OPENING for the right man for

: ., /- eYerto ature stayed at 82 degrees, nine change temperature inside than theGAINESVILLE training In retail route 'I. les
'f*_ .; SurfuP the / work. Must be ambitious and
t.
It > < ; on screen" degrees below normal, which the suit, the rate of flow is witling to work. All company
r s? benefits and paid vacations. S
.
was satisfactory.
: 0 either increased for more cool- day work week. Apply In per.
.
r "I' ." "-:*,:",, .. ?f"I 7 Dr. Billingham said that if ing or decreased for less son Berden's Dally 2420 N.E.
19th Drive.
t 4ft;) _
Freedman had been using the cooling.
*- H 1,.. 7k... LIFE GUARD with Senior certificate
\ oxygen system his skin temper- work for summer. Phone
: I. f/ : } ( Burton said the suit could io FR 40012.
JAMES ature would have been 97 de-
PAMELA .
find many uses other than MAINTENANCE MAN. experienced
\ grees. To live on premises. Phone FR
: \ \\DARREN jp" TIFFIN Conduction heat transfer is space: fire fighters, steel mill SUN '-3012YOUNG.
.t workers, miners and underwater man wanted who to lito
E \ ,r II; PAUL one of four methods by which divers.In terested building hi trade.learning Some the drafting hem

I foTtt LYNDEIKHNICOIDITTECHNISCOPE the human body can exchange one experiment, the cooling experience necessary. Call FR
t. heat with its environment. 4-7290 for app?.
reversed and .
process was PARTS MAN. Permanent employment.
Working this theory Dr. warm water was used. The test Reply In own handwriting
giving age experience refer-
w i subject was warmed by the WANT ADS ences. P. O. Box 503. Gainesville.

} J; : water. I o. Wanted ant. Must cue be service local area station, married ettend-
: t I J1-3S. with at least 10th grade education
0 0I 0I
1J I I I II with Service Station. Univ.amecbeAcil
J-' I a -n nn hvo711 qK r 'Long-Distance' Ave. .bifity.fI .!

I ::1-: i Show Time 7:30 ." ..... ,. PROTECTED TERRITORY

-, t it 'truant*. Graduation I .' ..." ,.. ""':I.oj -... Part time, reliable service resident route. for of AiecfHa ambitious -
t.(. ( FRANKIE ANNETTE BUDDY I Co. with phone & car. Call
'" \if. I: evenings 7 to 10 P.M. FR 1-1MU
', '< .. .
o r II'.'''' AVALON FUNICELLO HACKETT FORT WALTON BEACH, Fla. '.--'.
wanted.
! GM trained MECHANICS
'
: .
....
AP T* start work Immediately mutt
( Seniors
)- in the Choctawa-
.. I
: .
r > ]{Pi i have own tools. Plenty of work.
-{- _.:f : : hatchee High School inarching .' "' .. ,I Free hospitalbatlon Insurance wilt

f' I band will receive their diplomas : .. i. alary most modern guaranteed service equipped facilities
TINA LOUISE NANCY SINATRA COLD R2nd almost 1,000 miles away from ;; :. CALL .j L to area., Gateway. Chevrolet, Inc.
944-3WQ.
: BOB Stance Ft* Phone
I t"l'6' "MAYNARD" DENVER CLAUDIA MARTIN !I their graduation exercise but ., WANTED new 1. vs** car ......
Fe.tvre I won't miss a word of the commencement '"- ..fio- men (2). Salary fc commtaiJon.
SURF'S Apply at A4noeMfors, 703 HeMa.
\ IJ Tomorrow! ';,=;;;;:;.=- te S>. ,
; UP I 376-4672 -- -
AI.-otr- The 15 graduating band .. .
mem- .
I .., I e '&; ,,{; i 1- <... ._ ISHeif MrJi.r f "'al.
: L'. : FLO RIB" 1 I I hers are putting in a weeklongstay I
,
:- ;
I' ; ..: ,
. tf\O-
\"a at the Florida Pavilion of PLACEMENT &ERVICK

t ; I OYSN i I the New York World's Fair. ... f'. Officer Technical Profess Ional
..
, : "..\f", ,- ;;. .. LAST TIMES TODAY I : (i They were concerned .about_ "':' I.,::.. : >": "X ."*..-**- For CaIIeve.. Gr--call 374377TOU
:== -tt
.y TONY CURTIS "WILD AND WONDERFUL" I --- i I missing the commencement Friday ', : <.. ... -. .... .... .. -. ;:Mondayv111rOllgls'Prbay AJM. "1-4.. PoNe
-
I night. ; :: --- PERSONNEL C6NTEK
, 'IOtP HW'afiQ "venueCCU


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Thursday; June 4. 1954 Gainesville


If- Male or Female 34 Waterfront PropertyFOR S5 House for Sole 35 Houses for Sale '-"''"

CROSSWO Rn PUZZti 10.I1TI5t119RI

RENT _ _ IN' NEWBERRY 8R Fla. Rm.. BY OWNER Mason Manor. 3 8R "I
MALE OR .FEMALEReolEstoMSofesmen ,
2 Bedroom house on Lake Wau-
IBIt 1 bath kitchen living rm.. dinIng 2 bat. cent. heat buit-i r WANT-AD RATESPH.
wanted. burt Newly decorated $125. ,
ACROSS ...... )( p rm. Block home with IV* porch pave deld
Phone 466-3130. 1E end street. shaded .
new'Care'er. within limits.Price
St'o part Withdraw 27. Bivalve acres of land city priced. Phone FR rHsonabl 372-8441
Phone 472-2459. .
11 .ooo. 221
or full time. Become a JUST over one acre. heavily wood 7.Music Monopoly
ed. Lake Ann. 20 mites from .
member of Florida's FinestProfessiol'
I clear drama 31. Came of CENTRAL AIR CONDIT1OING 3 BR Fla. R. Carol Estates.: = !
Gainesville. 80 front ft. on for
Million U Pt tI low
; .Multi I equity
\. lake. $3500 with $1500 down and FENCED REAR YARDA ner
skill
12.Worshiper VA loan with J77.5
I Dollar Real Estate Corp. ISO monthly or $3000 cash. Call 0 P 0 complete home: WalMo-wal assume I
I
Ph.
I has openings in this area 376-3211 ext. 5568 FRED 13. Mitigate 32.Samud's S ARK carpets. draperies., central air m pavents. 376. II Classiied OnlyDEADLINES

far 10 salesmep. .Only top BRYANT. 14.Highly teacher A L E conditioning, fenced rear yard.. 1 BR CCB city water. shady lot.
a P E A B A Quality Chambers oven. 140 paved street locate
gas
J quolity..salesmen need !:apply YOUR VACATION HOME? spiced sau 33.Freshstip.it range. and hood. Vanltied laundry near bus line and Stephen Foster

.For Interview call blks.Furn.from house River In on Yanktetown paved street.2 sage ply D E R K 0 R sink in connecting uUity room. School at 1114 NW 39th Ave. Down I I

A-_A Ocala 629-7921 collect. Only $3000 cash total price. S. 15.Pupil:Fr. 35. Sum up ri T R V S C E D Large Irving room separate dinIng p.yt S100 & S45 See monthly.it & phone Inr- Tues. thru Fr papers-5 1.r Day before publicationFor

E. Sans Realtor Newberry. Fl. 16. Flightless 37.Muffin room. Three large bed- m occn. t go In Sun. -12:00 ajn.. Sat.
: 14_Sales rooms. Hugh Edwards. Inc. 6717 For ads In Mon. piper-l p. Sat.
Help Yt'.aftted. OF YESTERDAYS PUZZLE t G
off
l FOR SALE. If you have put bird 38. Engineer'SOLUTION 376-7971.

buying that lot on beautiful Amazon shelter 37 Real Estate Exchanged i (Minimum ad 4 fines)
I EXPERIENCED autoroobil Mles- Santa Fe Lake. You have little 17.. 47.Notes 5.Memento SWIM FREE I

1 J man to start work Immediately. time left to secure waterfront tributary 41. Skull protuberance 48. NE Lovely 4 BR. 2 baths, spacious FAMILY RATES
L f Best pay plan In area. Free hosl property AT A REASONABLE 19.Topaz Circumspect 6. Heather rooms. Large scr. porch 2 B R. bath. 94 business lot. Just a

*l pltallzatian insurant demo. PRICE). G. P. Rippey Melrose.Ph. Marked DOWN Seaweed! ... Air cond. V.A. loan. SI 02 month. off U.s 19 Join's El Dorado Mo 1 Insertion .. ......... ............ .. 34c tine _
k plan. Plenty of action. Gateway 375-5571. humming43. Equity on terms. 372-1854. tel. Good terms. 22c line
8. Chin or Insertions .. .. ... ....
wax $0 80 3 ... ...... .
r Chevrolet, Inc. Starke, Fla. Demolish I
bird with cr 1. for trailer. Box 474, Cress .. ... 17c line
spots ..
.
6 Insertions .. ...
3 BEDROOM. 2 bath built In kitchen ....... ..
Phone '6+3900.- Insect
t-: ( 35 Houses for Sole 20.Insects lines 2. Cheese central heat reasonable City. Fle.TRADE. g 12 insertions ..... -.. .. .......-.. ...... 14c line =
;. AE are an Orlando company ready Balsam 9. Uplift will trade waterfront Total charge computed by total lines x rat earned
22. Mature 45. Old Ita!. 3. down payment. take up pay = mullpl
I' >> to expand throughout Florida. 10. Devasta property on Beautiful Santa Fe x number of insertions.
FR 24th
ments. 6-1105 1370 S. E.
J and we are looking for a mature NO DOWN PAYMENT 3 Bfc.. 2 24. Covered coins 4. The P1. Lake. Price SI 250 to S. Must
tiOD'
man or couple to represent us in bath. Central heat central air *1th vines 46. Mounted Jalrite"it travel need extra G. fRiapey IS
i, Alachua Co. If you have had experience cond. Northwest. 819,000. Call 11. Hatchetrrrrrrrr18.jal HIBISCUS PARK. J. J. Finley Melrose Fla. Ph. 47j
,.'- I in selling & service and 376-2927. School area. 3 BR spacious house. 5571. S Five letter words per line
J can withstand our Investigation I 1:1: : ; \ attic fan. lots of storage quiet
a we will put you In business for FOR Sale or trade. New 4 BR. mlral neighborhood FR 2-0992. i
/
a yourself with absolutely no Invest. home located in Westmoreland 38 Real Estate Wanted Same as 2 lines
J \ ment. Writ p. o. Box 1712 Or. Estates. On city sewers. paved IT- 20. Achieve .,. NE section 3 BR IV* bath, CCB 8 Pt. ordinary type

t Undo Fla. St 2 ig. bath Rms.. tg. family / 21.Tree home. 3 yrs. old. 3 blks. from
Rm. & living Rm. dining area. Metcalfe on dead-end street. Re- TEACHER wants to buy 3 or 4 l2Pt.SameaslNnea
3EST real estate sales opportunity Central heat built-in kitchen Including iT / If 23.Vldaorobus frig. & stove. Fenced In yard. bro country home with

I in Gainesville. Draw- GE dishwasher. 2 court / screened-in carport. patio & shrub acreage or home In nice older ornary t

"Tng account. Leads furn yards walk to schools. close to IT It 19It 24.Cool bery. Fine neighbors. J7CO dn.. section of town. Send details to 10 4 lines
take GI payments of $75 1 18 Pt.ordinary
U of F & medical center FHA up box 424-M Gainesville Sun. typo
\ ished3721551. S2Z700. Down payment 1700. 25. Short window monthly. Includes taxes & Ins.

Immediate occupancy. Drive by z U II Z, drapery Phone after 5:30 P.M. FR 2-C947
III 42 Farms & Acreage
:
16 Work Wanted Female 1027 NW 40th Drive. Call Butler : .
I I Brothers. 372-9545 dally 376-9048 26. Raremetal. 24 P Same as S lines

rVHITE LADY. will do ironingIn night. iftt 153S z' O":1 lie element RedfranksRealestate BEAUTIFUL rolling 2 to 5 acre I t. ordinary type
home. 10 cents a piece. Ph.
my
28.Shrinking estates. Choice of wooded o,
FR 6,1524. S-ROOM FRAME house. screened so m" 30.Chalrsup.. permanent pasture. 7 miles wet
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COLORED lady would like to take porch. reduced for quick sale Vh of Gainesville. S400 per acre- 1 The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for more than
care of elderly person. 14 yrs. 120495Pllone Cephls Goodman. 11.7h'f- 'lhZ / port be the first t make your choice I Incorrect Isrtio nor will It be liable; for any error In O

t experience as nurses' aide. 5 528-4384. Williston. I hI '// 34.Sodalite Call or see United I Farm I tisement greter extent than the cost of the Space occupied -
days per wk. Phone 372-6742. h SOUTHERN COLONIAL RED Agency I the l U
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$14.775 up ON YOUR LOT. Open BRICK on half acre of beau adveisement.
36 39 40
1 to 4 Designed h 36 W./ J77h ACREAGE & made on errors that do materially effect the of
j House Sundays. p.m. = 38. Instance tlfulty landscaped grounds.CENTRALAIR E vlu.
17 Work Wanted MaU &. engineered by U. S. Vh 'l'h CONDI. I auvcnSemenT

ho Steel Corp.. Homes Division. 2100 41 42 I 13 4f 39. Sun disk TIONING &. heating. 3 spa 80 Acre near Gainesville g o o d :
YOU NEED Male with sq. ft. 3 BR. 2 bath air cond.. I '0. Crooked cious bedrooms, 2 tiled
Broad Pract. ft Educa. Bkgrd.In brick veneer. 2 car carage. 1801 baths large entrance foyer, II !I The Gainesville Sun reserves the privilege of revising or r.

financial management at NW 36th Dr. Alachua Homes. 4S I 4* 41. Doctrine formal dining room gracious 95 Acres. Colonial home 2 lake: Iectlng any advertisement WhIch It des oblecttonal and to

I retail whsle & mfg. levels. Inc. Call Frank Thomas FR ... I living r with fire on prop borders on another with chance the classificati of any advertisement fro That ordered -
h mngment repts. budgets. acctg 6690. r _ room modern In 25 ml Giinevle. goocterms. t. confo policy 0' th lper.mlml .
$ I
-42.Brownie p.ce.
f systems a> controls. Salary reg- LITTLEWOOD dream kitchen. Over .
ment. Reasonable. Inquiries may WESTWOOD 3 2,000 sq. ft. of living area. 25
distance to schools.
P
be directed at Box 434-A Gainesville Walking -s-; Like Good
BR. 2 baths horr.e In Skyline M H"Hf"el new. financing. MARY MOELLER. REALTOR
S _' Sun. Heights. Study hardwood floors. Par time 2.5 min. Price. $34,500. Call BILL 101* W. University FR 6 IlinlI111W11111D11

built-in range & oven. Cent. HARRIS 3740817.COMPLETELY 45 Furnished Aprs. 45 Furnished
Apts.
I IS Schools & Institutions heat. Shaded back yard. Call I' Acre beautifully wooded. Suit
FURNISHED 2 bed homeslte or development.

376-OS62. room frame home In excellent N.W. 39th Ave., near Mill Private June "
NICE 1 BR furnished apt. aerial.
Real Estate Exam LITTLEWOOD AREA condition. Outside city hopper Rd Intersection. $ bath & entrance. Hot & cold AVAIL no Alr-cOn.. NE
p clidre pets
4 BR. 3 bath. 2050 sq. ft. living limits convenient to MEDICAL Terms. FR 6 after S .. water furnished. SSO per 6th .6. 0
COURSE area central' heat built-in kit. 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Salt 35 Houses for Sole SCHOOL on over an and Phone 2-9195. m

ATTEND First lesson free. 1 blk. from Westwood Jr. High acre of land. EXCELLENT 15 ACRES ON Archer Road. includes 2.9I o NICE efficiency furnished apt. In
HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE TERMS CAN BE convenient location close to shopping
2 blks. from Llttlewood elem. ARRANG 2 CCB buildings and 200 FURNISHED apartment for rent
S COLLEGE. 211 W. Univ. Ave school. Ideal for Ig. family or BY OWNER. FINLEY AREA N.W. SECTION. 3 BR. 2 baths. CAROL ESTATES EAST $18.201 ED. $.7 Call BIL 4" well with water system. Phone for two male only. alr-condi- center, Ideal for couple. water
9: FR. 6-3507, 3723727. family and elderly persons. 2 Bedroom. separate dining room. large carport and uti!.. lots of FHA, 3 BR 2 bath Fla. room. RIS. 37617.REDFRKS FR after 5 or weekends. central heating. u t II. furnished. Available now U

MEN fc women II to 55 to train fork Priced for Immed. sale. 3449 large secluded screened porch cupboard and counter space. WellI.nefscaped. central air cond. and heat bull 2.26 furnished. Phone 2-4 or .17 per month. Call FR 6-3070.

CIVIL SERVICE N.W. 13th Ave. 3722893. fireplace. lovely yard. Walking rear terrace, excel In kitchen. swim club membership REALESTATEClaude Fordyce Acreage ON 301 in Waldo furnished cottage .
2 BR upstairs furnished apt. large
distance to Univ. FR 2-9757. lent cond. 372-5756. walk to schools. 2118 NE ; kitchen bedroom and
Examinations. For information STUDENT sacrificing 2 bedroom 16th Ter. Ph. 3760379.LITTLEW000.WESTwoOD. M. "Red" Franks. Realtor rooms. screened prclclelln bath
$18 week includes
f send name. address & Phone No. CCB home. Partly furnished. Including 1 BR. bath am. CB house. utll! Myrtle Lassiter. AssociateW. 40 acre tract beautifully wooded. freshly painted spraye montly utilities ete

Key Training Service. 112 W. appl. and washing mach. GLADYS SMITHOPEN rm."J bath gas htrs. gas AREA E. "Bill" Harris, Associate southwest of town only $145.00 at far psts. Water SIr "
Adams St.. Jacksonville. It minutes from Univ.. few HOUSE range tools, etc Encl. pump. 3 BR, 2 bath Fla. Rm., large storage 7 N.E. 1st St. acre. mO F R 6-5383. APARTMENT at 2010 N.W. 3rd

j SIX weeks junior typing class. blocks to grade school. Ig. lot. 93.6 fro n tag e. Homesteae .room.established screened porch. carport Phone 3744)817) or 37-2927. A beautiful ranch, with magnificent YOUNG COUPLE or aged couple I Place. S50. Phone FR 2-26
4117 N.W. 11th St. FR 2- WEEK SPECIALS yard. shrubs,
9500. REALTOR
Exemption. FHA commitment. pastures water tobacco and pea
r- Summer 'school. Registra t Ion shade trees. down. Home: 374-2927 or 372-743 preferred but no Children or ATTENTION
$500 527
June $. Howell's!! Business College. "35. After 5:30. 5';' mile from Gainesville. FR 34th Ter. Ph. FR 25(43.WEST NW nu allotments and limber .t pest Upstairs apt. Available now. POSTAL

218 W. Univ. Ave. Phone 376- WHY PAY RENT 1. 10 S.W. 23rd DRIVE 2-1541. $145.00 an acre a real buy on Call EMPLOYES
S asoy. New homes $9.500. 3 bedroom tile Lovely home complete In every PARK PARRISHPRESENTS today's market. 612.REDWOOD Furnished apartments
bath $65 per month. Located on detail on 3 nicely landscaped lots. FIRST TIME LISTEDNW 2030 N.W. 55th St. Investment acreage close to MedIcal APT. 4401 S.W. 13th and houses S.E. 6th St.

) 28 Livestock & Supplies S. E. 45th Terrace. Also some 2700 sq. ft. of floor space. 600 35th Ter.. 3 BR. 2 full By owner. low down payment. ;3 Center in southwest, 20 acre St. New 1 BR area. phone FR 2-4675.-

trade-Ins. Call FR 2-2372. baths. Ig. paneled Fla. Rm.. shady bedrooms payments less than parcel aeproxlmately 6 x 1321 apts. water furn. S90 per mo 2 5 room apt. NW.

100 HEAD of beef type calves av. 3 BR. 1W Bath dining rm.. Fla. 2. 924 N.W. 60th' STREETTwo fenced in yard. cent. gas heat rent. Phone FR 2-0258. for 1.5.Beautul Call FR 6-0427 or 2-6723. BEDROOM. by $75

wt. 300 Ibs. Will sell In lots of 10 rm.. back yard fenced. in Carol story 4000 sq. ft. home in ex. hardwood" floors convenient to hills over 10 CLEAN. 2 BR, upstairs apartment month. Phone .pplntment '
UP for .22 to .25 cents per lb. FR Estates. near schools and church- cius've West Hills. Over an acre L -vood. Westwood & Univ. ULTRAMODERN- acres, perfect for horses and near Campus $90 per mo. N.W. 7th Ter. 6-312.. ,

6-"" or FR -5497.. es. Call 3728176.EXCELLENT lot-house Is complete with many :276-7161. ANGLEWOOD. Almost new 4 bed- cattle $375.00 an acre. Phone 2-3.
extras Included.GLADYS. Also other listings available fr NICE clean apartment, 1632 N.W.
WANT TO properly condition cows BUY room attractive home, with central $75.00 an acre on up. 1 & 2 BR fum. apts. near Univ. 15th Terrace West Apartment.
before frethingT Then try cooperative Central air conditioning & heat. 3 heating and fully air-condi- 916 SW 7th Ave. Phone FR 6-26. S45. FR .
2127.SEMIDUPLEX.
SMITH J. W. tioned. This was one of the new _
Mills 13 per¢ herefords fitting BR. 2 bath. built-in kitchen. family Impressive elegance Is found In homes In the 1962 Parade of FORDYCE ASSOC. INC. 3BR. I bath kitchen & living 3 rooms very at.tractive .
Ideal for bulls
too.feed. On special during June.PMX rm.. fenced back yard. outside REALTOR KIRKPATRICKDELIGHTFUL this ultra modem 3 bedroom 2 Homes Show. Let us tel yw REALTOR room garage apt. S45 per m private entrance
limits. 16250. Locatedat 'n
p Gainesville or Alachua. city Only bath stack bond home designedby more about this one. 9U W. Univ. 376-1234 water turn. Gas heating. Phone bath lights and hot water .,
3945 NW 36th St. Ph. FR 6-2969
1223 W. an architect for true
Avenue Florida FR
Phone FR 2-10950r 461-2105. University 610 newly remodeled and redecorated
FOR SALE BY OWNER 4 BR year Phone 372-S39J contemporary home living. Family room and kitchenare FLORIDA PARK AREA. A pleasant FOR SALE BY OWNER small acreage ? conditioned trailer, water reasonably permenant tenants.
$ around home on SW side of Lake Sheltered by large live oaks. Two panelled In mahogany. Glass masonry 3 bedroom hom with hard road frontage near 4 air furnished. Student 814 N.E. 11th Ave. Ph. 2-2191.
30 PETS & SUPPLIES Santa Fe. $25,000. If Interestedcall OPPORTUNITY or three bedrooms. two baths all sliding doors throughout the a nice lot 110 x 154 with Hampton. Phone 448-1487. W. H. & garbage only. Near Univ. 875. after 5:30 P.M. or all day Saturday -
475-5675. the features you expect plus I house and free standing fireplace In walking distance to J. J. Maxwell Hampton, Fla couples and Sunday.
TO PURCHASE with financing arranged many more. A delight to live add to luxurious living l.i ley Elementary School and Gaines Ph. 3n-5182
!NGlSHsiiepberd puppies. Good 2 BR frame. freshly painted In all modern. Central Heat In and so easy to keep. So this quality home. Practic ally I 'villa High School. Owner leaving 43 Colored Property VERY attractive newly decorated, 2 BR apt. upstairs IS per mo.
for watch. stock. and pets. FR
& out. Back porch. shade trees. and Alr-Cond near schools and easy to buy. too at 2350000. new and near Littlewood & West. town. air cond.. 1 BR garage apt.Water Water frnish. NE 6'h
2-0033. oak floors terms $200 dn. and University. built In kitchen. 3 BEAUTIFUL traditional residence. wood. Price 35000. Call MYRTLE & hot water turn. FR Ave. t In after 3 P.
GERMAN. shepherd pups AKC all SSS monthly. Located near Univ. bedroom. 2 bath home. Call for Space design. quality and custom LASSITER 376-C817 or 372- GOOD BUY. Owner leaving town HOMES FOR SALE 6-5426. Call FR .
shots ready to go. Shown weekdays Ave. bus at 1324 SE 2nd A v e. appointment to see. details throughout. Lovely large 7943. and must 4 2 & 3 BedrS St. S .
sell bedroom. 2 bath located 2 BR CLEAN. living room |lust retur.nis.
I after 7 P.M.. all day Sat. Immed. occupancy. See It and lot. More expensive than the SE 7th no down py.ment. DESIRABLE well
REDFRANKS REALESTATE home. living family room newly painted. 1 BR apt.
room Some small down with utility
:'and Sun. See Don Carney 3501 phone 6-7170. BUSINESS LOCATIONROCK average price range but you built-in screened duplex apt. applancesfurnishe.
7 N.E. 1st St. Ph. 376-081) men:. Monthly payment $57 to Avail. June NW 23rd Blvd. S75 per
NW 18th ter. FOR SALE BY OWNER 4 BR. 2 HOUSE on 85 ft. by 150 ft. will agree this house Is more porch. Central heat and central homes built on your yearly 12h. No mo. Immed. occupancy. Phone
lot zoned for Retail Business. than worth it. air conditioning. Priced to selL S A 18 6-2472. Weseman
bltll. Ig. Fla. rm.. utility area down payment. students. 815 Realty.
FREE kittens. Call 376-8041. converted to PRO- TWO ACRES In the woods with the lt pets or
separate living rm.. dining rm.. House can be GLADYS SMITH I Call TOMMY RIDGELL chidrpn. FR
509 N.W. most In contemporary styling St. Ph. 6-5 1 BR air cond. turn trailer & enclosed
AMERICAN Shepherds. 1 male. 2 kitchen. wall to wall carpeting In FESSIONAL OFFICE ; FINLEY School area. Attractive :3bedro Builder Phone FR 3-1125
female. well marked. Reg. $-CO. living rm.. glass sliding door 10th Ave. Call for appointment to overlooks a creek. five bedrooms. 80 ACRES: I 2 bath masonry home or FR 63 cabana. Excellent condition. -

SM & SM. Phone FR 6-3470. leading to 16 x 24' patio, fencedIn see. handsome fireplace modern Plus 3 bedroom. 2 bath homecentral landscaped, large lot. 44 Cottages for Rent 1 8R furnished apt.. water furnish FR 2-88. 6 AJWL. and
back yard. 1325 NE 12th Ter. kitchen. Not quite completed heat oak floors 20 miles Immediate possessi May we ed. 4131 NW 12th Ter. $ per 6-12 PJA.UTIL. *

LABRADOR Retriever pups. good $".500. RENT OR BUY and a steal at $14,500.00. from Gainesville, 15 acre pecan sow you o mo. Call 376-2641 or 376-2930 ask FURN. Close-In, 2 rooms prl.
champ. background. healthy QUIET NEIGHBORHOOD 3 bed- Substantial cash payment re grove. 45 acre permanent pasture FURNISHED. 1 BR cottage, ell for Mr. lIaynes.bEDROOM. vats bath, off-street parking no
stock wormed. Inoc and ready to SEE NOW room. 1 bath home. fireplace quired. -20 acres unimproved. Tractor. MASON MANOR. Very attractive 4 electric tile shower good 'ventilation completely pets. Also newly papered 1st floor

go. Ph. 372-5763 after 6 PM weekdays Malore Gardens screened porch. Negotiable terms. FOR 15250.00 FHA evaluation you mower. harrow. fertilizer distri br 2 bath home located on located on Santa Fe ed, upstairs or furnis, 1 BR apt. 15 SW 2nd PI.
all day weekends. 3 mi. S. of Univ. on 441 The price has been reduced. can buy a four bedroom two bathhouse butor. Call 3725393.SERENOLA with fenced back yard Lake. Phone FR 2-545 or FR 281S9. center. See at 612 N.W.
2-1145 2-4625 2-4537 In the Littlewood area. Spacious Ideal I for children. Walking dli -lng 2 BR furnished apt.. private
FREE KITTENS. Call FR 61131.or living room and separate ESTATES tance to Westwood Jr. High. Central 10th Ave. or phone 6-39. 575 trance and bath. 3 students .
FR 6-3261 Extension 2993. 4 BEDROOMS BATHS ALACHUAREALTY dining room parquet. Appointment : heat and air conditioning. BEDROOM TRAILER, NO per mo. I couple. Also one very nice bedroom .
Central Lovely residential lots school ,
Fla. Room Fireplace -new ,
valU Phone FR 2 2721
SLACK& poodles. standard I miniature heatyou name It-this lovely only. opening In September priced from PETS. FR 25633. 2 BR furnished apart with porch.Near 1 DI.
with papers. $10 $50. SEVERAL lovely lake homes for Call UNDER 10000. New 3 bedroom See at 411 N.W. or 495-2312.
$3500. 372-5393.
modern home has ill "
Expectant poodle. $50, Phone HO N.W. of masonry course. Big fenced cor. sale. These are year round residences homes built under FHA specifications ONE bedroom turn cottage twin 15th St. o n 2-4647. S55 p EFFICIENCY apt. near S/plnq.
beds. water furnished no pets.
.3-2 00. EHie Lindsey. Trenton. ner lot; double garege plus car ASSOCIATES within. easy C'wrm.ufingdistance. N. W. 7th PLACE: buyers and with available FHA to qualifies No 3037 S.W. Archer Rd., FR -M33_ mo. Ideal for working lad. .

rOY-mln. AKC reg. Silver Poo port. Inspect this amazing buy at Member Multiple Listing Nice 3 bedroom, 2 bath home close closing costs and fln.ntng. EAST SIDE FR Boothby' 427 NW Ph.

dles. Champ blood line $100. Jacksonville 1750000.ARCH CAMPBELL.Attractive REALTOR terms. 435 NE. 1st St. 376-2448 J W. to schools good financing. Call n tae. 45 Furnished Apts. -77.

RA 40420. Ph. 37 -5707 ANYTIME Arle T. Smith Broker 372-5393. WESTSIDE. New residential subdivision GARDENAPARTMENTS
iERMAN Shepherds. Registered 4 Mabel Gore. Associate KIRKPATRICKRealtor opening so Acre lots. UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITYWell
weeks. Wormed. $45. Phone Ft. TRI-LEVEL HOME. 3 BR. 2 Bath. GLADYS SMITH streets now May we NICELY furnished convenient
downtown area. $75. Also garage firm has
established
sep. dining rm.. fireplaCe. cen. tell you more about this restrictedresidential apes
,While. HY 7.2437.I.KcChlhuahua
heat built-in kit. equip.. screened SO GOODFor 31 N. Main St: Phone FR 24404 REALTORAssociates area outside city lim apt. air conditioned. 10 Adults $ per month up Ing for 1st class secretary .

puppies. 1 male. 1 patio dbl.-car garage. West. the family who needs ROOM. Member Multiple Listing its. onlY. no pets. Lllin'sMusic Gainesville's Finest permanent basis salary .
female $35 Also 1 male and 1 female wood-G M.S. area. See at 2247' and convenience. Over 2.- ASSOCIATES: Store.FURNISHED working conditions attractive.
beauty
Collie puppy. Female $13.I N.W. 16th Ave. 2-8848 after 4. 900 sq. ft. living area. You'll be Floye Mathlasen Irene BunnellA. : Apartment tor rent Furnished or unfurnished Apply In awn handwriting giving
I Mile $20. FR 22120. FR ,-332 thrilled to see the gorgeous panel W. Reece Capt. USN. Ret. Ben Griffin Anna Hinson MM. with living Rm.. bedroom. tile Lovely 1 an 2 bedroom apart callCltlnL Application!
Air-conditioned 3 bedroom. 2 bath. 376-
Florence Burns Hh St. Phone
Carolyn Noyes 309
ment.
MINIATURE Silver FrenchPoodles Ocala block home. living room ling. open beam ceiling & H.W. Multiple Listing Member bath alr-cond.- 1. 2 bedr 0 0 m 60S. cia Gainesville

Best of pets. 6 .eeki with fireplace dining room over floors., Built-in elec. kit.. separate SAVE! FR 29569.NICECLEANx45. Sun. 417-A.
Ready for new home. : looking beautifully landsca p e d DR. huge LR. Family room LIKE NEW-3 Br., 2 bath Ig. 1 bedroom 2 Bedroom furnished garage apart
610 N.W. 40th Terr. Phone 376- yard. Florida room terrazzo floor.In & Florida room. Air conditioned. l.r, with fireplace D.R.. builtIn PARRISHAND TRAILER. Lot 14-C. Archer Road ment. Located 213 N.W. 2 Avenue -
C877 lovely Florida Park: convenient Exceptional at $17,700. Exc. terms. BUY FROM kitchen. enclosed patio. 2 car Village. Phone FR 4-2849 after Can b seen after p.m.
to schools. 1811 N.W. 11th SEE NOW. carport. central alr-cond. and 6. FR a3593.roams FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY
ASSOCIATES, INC.
33 LOTS FOR SALEBfAUTIFJC Road. 372-3638. CREEKS I DE heating. Near schools. Priced to floor utilities fur.
MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTINGH. 15-
sell. :35M N.W. 13th Ave. TeL STOP LOOKING Sub-let June : 2n
The first look will sell you on this I BUILDER 2-6795. Wayne Hill Helen Graham Aug. 15. 2 BR completely fur nished. Couple. no pets. S5. L
OWNER FORDYCEREAL like new 3-2 CB home on beau- Carolyn Gardenhtre Mary Parrlsh air apt. T.V. antenna ( cated at 727 E. Univ. For top quality workmanshipcall

wooded lot..toO blockof I tiful creekslde lot 110x290. Huge 3 bedroom IVt bath. Pay only FOR with SALE to 4 beautiful acres rural home l' N.E. First St. Tel. 372-5375 2 co. c.mps. Marriedcouple -FOR RENT one bedroom furnished
up pecan groves.Overlooking
.
N.W. 22nd street. 110 xlSS" Family room with fireplace. Sep.arate $Sit per month Including taxes Santa Fe Lake with OPEN $ per mo.3n.7S apartment near Univ. Alachua 372-6142
HOUSE
Also lot In Gwynn Oaks 200x. DR. Dream Kit. Double ga and Insurance. Wooded lot on access to boat basin and beach. General Hospital. S65 month. GAINESVILLE
with view and privileges TOR HW floors. 2500 sq. Available June 15th 102 NW 7th
180 rage. Prettiest safe dead-end street. Perfect for Must travel doctor's orders. Bargain UP.M. 3rooms & bath. close-In adults
cf Clear Lake. 3765109.Veautiful ft. overall. Priced at $22,950. SEE young growing family. No money at 20000. G. P. Rippey EXCLUSIVE NORTHWEST no pets. Water fum. $55 per mo. St. Phone 376-79SS.. UPHOLSTERY
st.
3 Acre Tract Entered by OPEN HOUSE down to qualified Vets. Only Melrose Fla. Ph. 475-5571. SPACIOUS 2 Square Fet FR 8-4421" o 872-1433. 1 BR furnished apt. 855 per m. isoa N.W. ism SAd

a 60 ft. Wide Private Drive. N.W. IT.JUST SEEfor $450 down FHA. Ask to see lot BEST VALUE ln3 BR home $60 WOODED X 164 Lot CLEAN 4 room apartment. Close 2 BR frnishe apt. $60 per Free EatlmatePa HP
Section. Out of City Limits.E. no. 57.Advanced. AIR CONDITIONED I 1 4th St. Ave. 376-1963 .elvt
((2:00-5:00 P.MJWORTHY) \, the value In this 3-2 monthly payments no faxes. to shopping, 6 N.E. a 7 3 c.1
C. CURLY KUEHN JR. Bedrooms 2 paneled .
$45
baths Phone FR -
Ocala blk. home at 607 NW 19th Design 3-2. One of Gaines Owner leaving city. Call 372-0064. p SC
Den Room. Dining Room.
43$ N. Main :st. Ling .
Nice shaded
Ave. So Convenient. 'ville's most advanced home de
FR 6-6544 Kitchen large
TK 6-2031 Broker
of noting are the features In this corner lot. Unique floor plan. Fla. signs. Eye level built-in oven Family room. Hardwood floors. IN THE
LOTS room. Pretty elec. kit. Much more and In kitchen. Breakfastbar.
range
3 bedroom. 2 bath home. Florida FRED FR
for only 17500. Exc term. Walk-In closets. Terrazzo 2-10
room and patio fenced 11th Road
Archer Rd. 4.f Acres. zoned Indust.. In back yard and a work bench UNIVERSITYREALTY floors. Large rear lot with fenceon 111
corner tot. for the handy man. 25.000 with back line. Save nearly $1,000
financing to be arranged. ALSO on this one. $15.150 $500 down ARNOLD 'NEW

Sale or lease Apartment site. near NOTE: This home located at 129 FHA $94 month Includes all.
University Fla. Call NW. 30 Street will be open for Ask for lot no. 2. 3 bro. 2 bath homes. Near
1
Inspection today. (May 31) or if sch. nothing down only
111J N. Main St. Ph. 372-4351 REALTORPRICE
MARY MOELLER, REALTOR you don't get a chance to stop W. M. Munroe Realtor Model Home Sacrifice 4-2 FHA-mlnimum down
Huge corner lot with hundreds of payment N.W. 6th St. and 37th
1019 W. University FR 6-4471 by CALL FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES Assoc: S. E. McLaughlin Roy MeCann -
dollars in additional landscaping.Take Place.
Desirable, homesltes sensibly restricted INC. 376-1236. Frank Roby. T. C. Douglas sldewaik to public or parochial REDUCEDFour

In the attractive rural Jr. schools. Save big moneyon bedroom. 2 bath home being REASONABLE DOWN rAYMENTfl. SUN

community of Mcintosh. LUXURYIs this one. Lot no. 24. offered for sale for less than. 3 or.. .. rm.. large fenced yardIn
Roberts C. Smith. RealtorU. the FHA appraised value situated beautiful Idyhviid. Priced at NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA
the word for this lovely 3 bed-
In N.W. location at 1606 N.W.
S. Hy. 441. Mlcanopy. Fla. M 14000.
room. 2 bath hem which I* located HUGH EDWARDS 38th Terrace. Comes completewith
Ph. 466-3120. lust a few blocks froman refrigerator laundry dryer

FOR SALE by owner 2 corner lots elementary school. Wall to wall INC. and window air conditioning unit. DAN BYRD. BOATS & MOTORSWHO
at $1500 .... 2 Inside lots at carpets. central air conditioning. Approximately $450 down to quail BOATS & MOTORS OUTDOOR RECREATION
81200 (C.. Located 2 miles southof Beautiful kitchen and family QUIETSIMPLICITY 2837 N_E. 15th Street ed FHA buyer.REALTOR ASSOCIATES INC.
Crystal River. Fla. on U.s.. room. You will have an oppor. 376-7971 Jack DeYot Realta WOULD LIKE THE 76tn 24" GRILLS
19 In Paradise Gardens Subdivision. tunity to look through this home boats.
WEEK SPECIALDrive AssociatesE. HUNTER FIshigg HOOD-SPIT AND MOTOR
Call C. Emory Cross. 376- located at 723 N.W. 19 Street to breeze-way.. Jumbo Stone Flrlls FRANK 12 Plyo fli
3 br. Fla. rm. Boat SID"
4582. day. (May 31) or contact FOR. brick excellent conditon priced MERRILLATTRACTIVE by 922 N.W. 36th Terrace and E Holll Crls Infro 1. GOOD YEAR SERVICE STORES
view this handsome 3 bedroom, 2 Sflrd
DYCE It ASSOCIATES. I INC. 376- market Call MARY 972251 TERMS OR CENTRAL THE TACKLE BOX
EAST
WILL pay cash Immediately tor 1236 for more details. on todays bath home. Trvly'an "aristocrat" m N.W. 13th 72S N. Main m.3
lot er parcel of land outside city MOELLER 3 bedroom 2 bath of homes comes complete with C'I night o day CHARGE
limits but close In. on which a home in beautiful Idyhviid. Oak built-in kitchen central heatingand The Heart O .s G.IMlvnle
niceduplex house all ready on ADORABLEdescribes LIVE SUBURBAN floors central heating system and alr-condltlonlng. Price and McKINNEY FRANK PHILPOTS Check with Charlie

moving equipment can be moved this delightful 3 bedroom winding large screened back porch overlooking terms on request. SPORT FR J179L List o Classifications t due**
this week. Or will sell you the home and guest house. It can Appr 4 acres. overlooking a well shaded lot. ONLY GREEN Home of HUNTER Fiberglass from
wooded land.
scenic road. high
building furnished and ready to $18,900. NEAR SHOPPING CENTERWell
p be yours for $200 down and pay frame house. N.W. 3 ml. Gaines DEATONREALTORS Fishing Boats.
go at bargain>> price on easy ments of $155.00 a month. Beautiful Call MARY MOEL constructed, centrally located. Motors MURRAY ALACHUA COUNTY'S
ville. $16.900. McCULLOH
terms. You can move In same or yard. Must be seen to be $7M DOWN 3 bedroom masonry economical home with 3 bedroomsand JACKSON Sailing ONLY DEALER Skiing Swimming Divlna.
rent out bY end of week. by act- appreciated. CONTACT FORDYCE LER home In NE Section. Lots of 1 bath. With Homestead Exemption Trail

IM t>ov Fft -) 12. ft, ASSOCIATES. INc.. 376-1236 or trees. ONLY $75.00 per month. taxes are only $A.S.CO per Cln JOHNSN Fishing Equipment
__ Forrest
go by 311 NW 26th St. Sunday. BUDGET HOMEBuy year. Full price S12JOO with $400 Holly : Where Quality Sells Itself SEA
34 Waterfront Property May 31 and see It during the this 3 br. 2 bath. Cent heat $1,000 DOWN will buy this 2 bedroom down and $78.00 per month to a Attractive 3 B.R. 2 Bath Ocala SALES AND SERVICE Safety Items.
with 1-3
home 3
masonry Lone Star Orlando Clipper
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LAKE PROPERTIESACRE the Young Executive. This 4 this lovely 3 bedroom 2 bath home rooms. 2 baths family room. wood and air conditioning M Other Time by Appointment Equipment
AGE.* 3 miles No. el ?Metros bedroom. 2 bath home with a tremendously NEAR G'VILLE with central heating and air con- burning fireplace In living room kitchen with refrigerator D
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Real Estate ExchangersMultiple 1019 W. Unhr Ave.
ASSOCIATES

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47 House for Rent Furn. 49 Rooms for RentIN 64 Household Goods 66 Misc .For Sale. 66 Misc .For Sale.

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I 3 BR, 2 bath 411 SW 27th St. $150 PRIVATE HOME nice clean REPOSSESSEDHELP DIAMOND RING one carat flawless REPOSSESSED Singer Zlg Zag
per mo. Call McKinney Green room for reliable gentleman. No with platinum fishtail mount. makes decorative stitches. appli
=! THE TIME IS NOW. Inc. FR 2-3617. drinking. Phone FR 6-5047. ing. Appraisal value $1500. will que buttonholes, monograms. etc. Like
Rooms for male students near cam sell aprox. for half price. Call Only $47.20 payments $6.50 per
SAVE MY CREDIT Gus McGriff at 376-3830 between mo. 115 W. Univ. FR 6-1075.
... 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. pus. summer rates. By week or, I've been transferred out of town. 6& I p.m. _
maid service. !
month. Kitchen &
credit dept. says responsible party EMERSON 21" screen tabletop>>
UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom house. FR 2-2726. I can take over pmts on my furn. ROSE'S Lawn Mower Service. I model TV with wrought Iron stand Fully SODDED
iI $70 month. Unfurnished 2 bedroom I 8. appliance now in storage. Group am back at old stand 516 W. $35. In very good condition. Call
I Do You Have A Room, Apartment house $60 month. Furnished 51-A Wonted To Rent consists of nylon covered sofa bed University Ave. I buy sell and 376-0559.
also matching chair 2 end tables & trade. 1st class al
duplex apt., So month. FR repairs as
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n I SPECIAL FOR THIS WEEK x 12
; Or House to Rent? 6-7466. GRADUATE student and wife midthirties matching proof tops.cocktail Bedroom table suite With dresser mar- ways. linoleum! $5.65. Power mowers Front Lawns?
LARGE Sale 14.95 chests from
want furnished house for with tilting mirror on chest, Monday :30 A.M. to ; $7 up; desk
I FORDYCE RENTALS 6:00 PM Youth bed. bric-a-brac, $5 & $9; baby beds $12.50 & $15;
Call about 1 year no children orpets. full size bookcase bed dinette set
our to find the
agency ladies' playpens $4 and
and men's better cloth up; Maytag
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FR 27327.UNIVERSITY with foam
padded chairs family
I house you wish. Many listed. I size Norge refrigerator with full ing. lewelry. household goods, wringer washers $27.50; fans. gas
Also apartments furnished.
REMEMBER-A rental COSTS professor wishes to size freezer & crisper shelves on rugs. many useful Items. Please ranges refrIgerators. dinettes. reupholstered -
vacancy FORDYCEASSOCIATES rent :3 or 4 bedroom turn or un- I door deluxe range is also included. come to rear entrance 2010 N. W. living room suites.
furru house for 1 year beginningAug. This originally sold for $949. 32nd Ter. (off N. W. 34th St. and couch S12JO; piano bench $7; 39"
YOU MORE than the ad that will rent INC. 1st. Write Dr. Sidney Den- Now group only. 16th Ave.). bed $15; and many other itemsat
924 W. Univ. 376-1236 Pauline's. 1425 E. Univ. Ave.
man. Stetson Univ.. DeLand. Fla.
THE best cost less. Every pot you Free delivery. Ph. 6-0850.
: FOR RENT OR SALE 3 Bedroom RESPONSIBLE family needs 3 BR $263No own Is automatic with full as.
i it 2 bath central heat built-in unfurn. house Sept. 1. J. stewart. Burner with a brain. Your Phil- MATERNITY WARDROBE. lust
ttove. Call 485-3811 after 3 p.m. 4J Ruskin Rd.. Buffalo 24. N.Y. money down take over payments gas Dist. 376-5392. like new. Some were very expen
$2-25 wk ask for furnitureIn sive. Reasonably priced now. Sizes
:3 BR.,. I bath Excellent loca BOARD & room for working men. storage at $80. 8 x 10 tent. screen on four 14-15. Call 3760559.
Here's what COSTS YOU tion. $80 month. 1011 N. W. 10th Good home cooked meals good .sides. Ideal for backyard picnics.
your Vacancy Avenue. Ph. FR 6-3708. beds plenty of hot water. 225 NATIONALFURNITURE $43. Stove & tank with 20 gals. DOUBLE bed. mattress, maple
SW 2nd Ave. WAREHOUSE kerosene. $5 if you take all headboard bookcase. Match I n g
FOR RENT 2 BR house. Stove & Phone 372-9725 between 5 & 7. bureau with large mirror. open
:EVERY DAY until it is rented : refrig. furnished., fenced back 3622 Beach Blvd., FL "-2561 stock at local stock. Long distance -
yard. $70 per mo. 1133 NW 22nd 52 Boarders Wanted Open daily 9-9. Sat. 9-6. Sun 12-6 :3 SPEED Hassock type circulating T.V. antenna $20. Pole lamp
Ave. Phone 372-7997. Jax Fla. Delivery assured any. fan 21" Sytvania console $10. Danish modern sofa and

"IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: SMALL house. 1 large room kitchen ROOM and Board for girls. Private where. T.V.Items mahogany perfect. Phone cabinet.FR 6-5542 Both chairs elec.$100-set.drill etc.Studio sander.couch misc.$5.W .
tile bath, stove & refrig. 5
bath. Washing Machine. Phone after 6 P.M.
66 Misc .For Sale. tools. Call FR 2-0879 evenings.
miles out Archer Rd. $30 per mo. FR 6-4083.
$40 per mo. . $1.33 per day FR 4-3327. ONE Hotpolnt chest type deepfreeze >> Misc. furniture for sale beds
one 40" by r custom-built chests. lamps etc. Also camping>>
FREEZER. CHEST TYPE. Guar-
TWO bedroom house for rent. 54 Business Rentals bookcase with adjustable shelves.
$50 per mo. . $1.66 per day Apply Frank Dickerson, Orange anteed. Can deliver.I $57.50. one Vt width roll '- away bed. Teter trailer In and Aiachua.REFINISHED equipment.. See John
Lake Marine Boat Works P. O. Refrigerator service in your
GARAGE space fOr rent 613 S.W. C. M. Caddell 1045 N.E. 4th St.
$55 per mo. . $1.83.per day Box 221 Orange Lake Fla. 2nd St.. Call John Merrill, Real pairs.home. No Wanted service refrigerators charge on and re Phone 372-0115. oak slant-front desk.
:3 BR 1 Bath complete kitch e n, tor. FR 3-1474. oak dresser and wash stand
freezers needing repair. FR 2-1330. PILE Is soft and lofty colors large empire mahogany buffet
$60 mo. . $2.00 day near schools and shopping cen APPROX. 6,000 sq. ft. on ACL retain brilliance In carpets cleaned sectional sofa. blond drop leaf
per per ters. For Information; Manaro'sRestaurant rail siding. Yard space at rear. ALL CHANNEL T. V. antenna with Blue Lustre. Rent electric
table and 4-chairs. Lamps Antique
FR 2-4490. all on paved street. 536 SW 2nd Double stack complete. Noth- shampooer SI. McDaniell FurnIture Bric-A-Brac. Other household

$65 per mo . $2.16 per day AVAIL. Immediately 3-4 Br.,. LR. Ave. Call 376-7511. Mr. String- ing else to buy. $15. Brants. Co. Gainesville Shopping items. Nearly-Nu Furniture ..,
fellow. 513 N.W. 8th Avenue. Center. 1sllllsishllffimll..flnwInillh1s1PmHfflImfflmmIImunmmmuTTT nnIHhIlldu1mllnnnmmlL
DR. Kit. Equip. Near Park
Shop. 316 N.W. 8th Avenue. FR
$2.33 ShoppIng. schools. $100. 1203 N.E. DOWLING'S UPHOLSTERY BABY cribs. Danish Modern Thayer 6-4892.
$70 per mo . per day
5th Ter. FR 6-2693. 56 Business Opportunities Chairs low as $8. No money baby bed with new mattress

3 BR house at 1311 NE 14th Terr. down, low as $5 per month. $25; also a Port-a-Crib $15. Phone i COMPARE II! !
$75 per mo. : $2.50 per day Stove 81 refrigerator. $115 per EXCELLENT downtown Sincla I r Free estimates pickup and delivery 376-4728. E. C. "CURLY"KUEHN
mo. Phone FR 6-2472 Weseman Service Station -open and doing service. All work guaran- selling for SAO.

$80 per mo. . $2.66 per day Realty. business will lease to responsible teed. Phone 376.7786.CONTEMPORARY. $200 Full wedding length.gown.satin. Size 12. Cail JR.
party with adequa t e I
RENTALSMany lIvIng Fran at Blanch's Beauty Salon. THESE HOME VALUES
capital. Sinclair Refining Co. Homes. Lots. Income. Bus-
room suite: 2 foam rubber lounges. 372.(1300.COLDSPOT..
$85 per mo . : $2.83 per day Phone FR 6-0222 or 2-4512. 2 three tier- iness and Lake Property.
glass-topped BEFORE YOU BUY
homes. furnished and unfur. 11 cu. ft. refrigerator Farms and Acreage. I
12 LANE BOWLING ALLEY On W. end tables glass-topped multiplex
nlshed. Furnished Lake house. large top freezer compartment E. C. "CURLY KUEHN. Jr.
$90 per mo. . $3.00 per day Call Univ. Ave. for lease. Opportunity corner table formica-topped cock $45. Phone FR 4-2023. 631 N. MAIN ST.
for the right man to get in tail table $150. After 5 p.m. or
the bowling alley business with a weekends 3762348. PAIR of trundle beds $25 21" FR 6-2032 Broker FR 1- 5"McCOY'S Norwood
$95 per mo . $3.16 per day MARY MOELLER REALTOR small amount of capital. Call FR Port.' T.V., $65; RemingtonRandPort.
1019 W. University FR 6-4471 6-2641 or FR 6-2930. Ask for Mr. CLEAN your rugs & upholstery with Typewriter. $45 Call 372- i SAVE!
amazing Lustre-Foam. Use our applicator Hope"H"
$100 per mo . $3.33 per day 3 BR, 1 bath. carport. large yard. Haynes. free. Call Home Beau I
paved street N.E. section near MAN ond wife team. free to live tiful Furniture. 1703 N. Main St. Inc.
school. Stove & heater furnished. out of town and operate a small 5560.HOME
STAUFFER reducing table In near Macoma
$90 per mo. Call FR 6-4774. Sundry and rental business. Phone ly new condition. terms can be Homes, I 1IIIIIItBIIIIW: IIIIIIIII+IIIIIHHlIIIIIWIIWIliIUIiIIIII

CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR LARGE 5 room frame house at FR 63012.TRAILER arranged for reliable party. Inc.For We Trade Homesor

1720 SE 45th Ter. (50 per mo. PARK. near Gainesville. Phone 376-4435. I Property
Call FR 2-4136. $9,900. Low down. low monthly 4 Modern. walnut finished chairs. Sale very attractive 3- 1115 NW 40th Drive3Br.2Bath
bedroom. 1-bath home. 4617E. M I
2 BR home at 4134 NW payments. Call. contour molded. Good for diningor BUYERS
SUN RENTAL WANT ADS masonry University Ave.
11th St. $80 per mo. John Merrill MARY MOELLER REALTOR desk use. Cost $16 ea., sell distance ; walking 1IIIIIII1JIIIIiIIIIIII1IIIIJ1IIIIiI11IJ1111111PII1IJII1 11
f Realtor. 372-1494. 1019 W. UnlV Ave. FR 64471.IF for $7. Also 30 gal National Schools. Price to Lake 12500.Forest$500 We must sacrifice this The following are ready tor
water heater. Electric good con-
2 BR new home. located on paved you want a bargain in a good dition. $15. 372-3481. GUIDEby down and $79.50 per month. -Our inventory is too occupancy.
street. Hampton. Fla. 20 miles grocery store. all colored trade. Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoyJr. ff much-We will take
from Gainesville. Wired for elec. call me. You must have collateral SOLID Maple spindle dbl. tea Day FR 6-7290. nights FR I
stove has elec. hot water heat ft good credit. Ph. FR 6- with nearly new mattress & dbl. The James'Co. 6-5015. Office corner N. Main g $750 for our equity. 1442 NE 16th PL )

: 46 Unfurnished Aprs.TWO 46 Unfurnished Aprs. er. $45 per mo. Contact G. P. 7231 days FR 2-0441 nights. dresser with mirror. $50. 2602 and 23rd Blvd.EYES g You assume $17.000 3 BR. 1V4 bam $350 down.
NE 11th St. Ph. 3761426. .
Wadsworth. Hampton. 5 '
The James Co. of Galntesville Approximate mortgage. $98 per mo.
TWO bedroom d u pie x. kitS 4 BR, 3 bath, 518 NW 15th St. 61 Wanted. to Buy TRADE your costly to operate Inc.. Builders of Kings- H Hurry to take advantage 1-
bedroom apt. available! 1m.medlately chen equipped. $85 per month. ELECTRIC water heater. and NE 11024
$125 per mo. berry Homes for this area will RIGHTI1! | of this. 16th Terr.
See at
4146 NW 6th St.
-.. ; lower level of duplex 3 BR. 1 bath 1414 NE 9th St. $95 CASH for your used furnIture. refrigerators $43 for a new glasslined GAS be happy to answer any Questions -
.. stove and refrig.. situated per mo. stoves TVs cloth- water heater. Much more hot you might have concernIng !j 3 BR : bath J350 down. S93.
..about 3 blks. off campus. 1105 47 Houses' for Rent Furn. Call McKinney Green. Inc. 23617. Ing etc. FR 2-3937. William's water at about half the cost with home ownership. You mightbe See real dream living In Shadow I per
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NW 4th Ave. $80 per. mo. Phone Service Center Hawthorne Road. OUR LP GAS. PROPANE. one of those people that Lawn Estates. Models Open.F. 1115 5th St.
*FR 6-5871. 2! BEDROOM duptex al 2016 S.E. 2 Bedroom unfurnished house 307 ARCHER ROAD. FR 6-5110. now owns a home but found D. Oliver Bd! >. | 3Br.2BathOur 3330 & 3320 .I
2nd Place. Corner 21st St. House S.E. 9th St. $55 month newly decorated Ph. FR 2-0866
62 Machinery & Tools BEAUTIFUL colorful mounted that It Is now Inadequate. If
NEW 1 BR duplex apt.. kitchen open. Call FR 6-4230. inside. FR 6-2641. FR sailfish. 6'2". By Al Pfleguer this Is the case. a call to The West on NW 39th Ave. past f| Loss Your Gain NW 30th Ave.
4-2930 Mr. Haynes. 3 BR, 1 bath $500 dn, $77.
"equipped. $60 per month on a'years 2 BR furnished house no pets. FOR sale small Caterpillar bull- Miami. Fla. Only $165. The Tac- James Co. could very well the Glen Springs Intersec. Q -Our inventory musts .
"' lease. Ph. 376-8372 days $70 per mo. 3037 SW ArcherRd. dozer. 6' blade. In good condi kle Box. 1490 Hawthorne Rd.. solve your problems. By this tion. See sign on left. per mOo .
374-7327 evenings. FR 2-5433. 49 Rooms For Rent tion. Reasonable. Call 442-1780 any we mean trading In your present be lowered We will is
time. CLOSE OUT SALEOn home. H take $750 for our equi- 4617 SE 1st PI.
A NEW 1 BR duplex apt. for rent :3 BR $75 per mo. & 5 rm. $30. Wallpaper. 98c a Roll ty. You assume $13,600 4518 & 4608 SE 2nd PI.
Go Archer Rd. to Tobacco Barn. 3 i
et $75 per mOo 2 BR apt. It $85 turn left over RR tracks. go to LARGE shower clean.8. refrigerator.cool room accessto Linens 64 Household Goods HARPER PAINT CO. tions There. that are we a number can answer of Ques-concernIng = (Approx.) mortgage 3 BR, I bath $400 dn U4
with kitchen equipped. John Mer
Homes
1st rd., turn left. to mile.W. 81 10 S.W. 7th St. 372-4366 i Quality oar mo.
rill. Realtor FR 2-1494. go maid service weekly. FR 2. trading. We feel that 1 Hurry! We must sell
Hunt. 1185 or 2-1981. 416 NE 2nd Ave. T-A-G APPLIANCESTested NEW and used chain saws, lawnmowers by talking with us you can now! 303 SE 38th St. '

Newly painted extra nice 2 Bed- AIR CONDITIONED 1 BR house lo I NICE rooms for rent. 1607 N.W. and Guaranteed edgers tampers. light pick a suitable floor plan and WESTVILLAN.W. I 304 & 314 SE.39th Sf, g
room. 16 x 12* Master bedroom. cated 413 NE 5th St. Adults 12th Road. Phone FR 2-4972 or 42, Refrigerators from from S39 up plants cable. Wisconsin Brlggs exterior design that will suit 22 3 BR ] bath.KM dtv CU-,
$45 Call Ranges $39 up & Stratton new and used mo your needs. from our many per mOo
Duplex apartment. Quiet neighborhood only per mo. FR 26536.LAKE FR 4608XNICE
! with plenty of trees. 17 Washers from S19 up tors. Rental. sales and service. plans that we keep on hand.A 16th Ave. I Norwood 3236 NW 29th Ave.
WAUBURG 2 bedroom cool downstairs corner < Dryers from $49 up Power Tools. 230 NE call to the James Co. will .
Call FR 6-1897 or 2-4656 ask for Meyers i :3 BR, 2 bath $ 50 dn, 191
2 (
Food-Freezers
from 999
house for rent. Newly decorated. room, close In. off street parking up 16th Ave. Phone 3763411. get all the facts about any
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Mr. Home. 37th
Phone 466-3130. antenna furnished. .531 S.E. 2 Dishwashers from $49 up type financing. any questionsyou St. per mo.
2nd Place. FR 2-2582. 10 TV Sets from $35 up>> 1 TWIN bed box springs & mat- without I .Hope
hove
LARGE newly decorated garage 2 Bedroom house. 1105 N.W. 33rd JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. ress foam rubber mattress. $.tO. might any 3301 & 3311
Avenue corner of 11th St. House NICE room. private entrance & obligations on your part. "H" Inc.
apt. 805 NE Ith Ave. Partially 419 NW 8th Ave.Ph. 372-5303 Call 376-3864.
furnished. Phone 376 3015 orG open. call FR 6-4230. bath also 1 with twin beds. TERMSWALTER NW 30th Ave.
R 5-5485. I Private entrance & bath. 865 NW FULL SIZE crib $9; General Elec. T-V antennas $4 single stack. $8 We have lots <*va,(able In We Trade Homesor 4 BR 2 bath. $600 dn. S39.
Suburban: 2 BR house. large porch. 31st Ave. Ph. 372-0779. trio refrigerator. $60. Call 372- double stack. $1495 complete kit. most any section or town for mOo
large grounds. wired for air-con I 5108. Jim Voyles 419 NW 8th Ave. you to choose from. Property per 4
5 rooms & bath. downtown area ditioning 6 ml. South Univ. on H. NICELY furnished newly decorated
refrig. .. stove. Adults. no pets. way 441. Phone FR 6-7107 or 4643447 I room for career girt. Share Jimmy Womeldurf and Gene i 11JIIIIIIDII1tl1J1tIIMIlmlJlUIlIIIIIIIIII1! !!!tnTma BI1III11UIIIIIIDllllllI1IIIIJ1IInmnmnmumnnUIII!
water fume $60 per mo. FR 2- or drive out to Sam's Gulf bath with one girl. Limited kit- Paramore have over 30 years
4621 or 372-1633. Service Station. Chen privileges. Phone 3765426. combined experience In the STUBBS, ALL OUR HOMES ARE FOR RENT

Butler Bros. Builders construction of homes. By careful OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY 124SE7thSt.
supervision by Jim and INC. n SEEING ANYTIME IF 3 BR, 1 Bath
Gene. It will enable you as the a YOU WILL JUST CALL. 1 Year .Lease $95 per Mo. |
homeowner to get more home es 1123 S.E. 4th STREETFR
"We
H SERVICES for your money and certainly Trade Houses" FR 6-5301 or FR 6-7989 11122!lJlllllllllBIIDJIIII1IIJI1IIIIIIIII1111111111!
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Home And Business have a great advantage and See Them All ThenCOMPARE
I great opportunity for you as ,
Palm View Estates
" the purchaser to pick design
and floor plans that are created -
Auto Glass by some of the country's.

PlumbingSEWER leading architects.-
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AUTO GLASS Is our only busl- If you desire complete Information .
ness.. Immediate Installation, INSTALLEDNEW --a call The James Co. and
free pickup & delivery. Add & used fixtures complete A. new community of distinctive we win be happy to come to
beauty & value to your car. plumbing service "BIG" JIM -- homes in the fashionable your home and spend any
MAULDIN'S AUTO GLASS CO. HUGULEY. Gainesville PlumbIng amount of time necessary to SIZES (you need enough
37J N.W. 6th St. FR Northwest. I LOT
6-1X9. FR 2-1589. explain The James Co. system for privacy)
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BulldozingSMALL UpholsicryUPHOLSTER can secure FHA. VA end / SQUARE FOOTAGE ( PER DOLLAR)

bulldozer loader dump>> your furniture at Featuring : several different types of conventional

trucks. fill dirt. time rock. Top i reasonable .prices. Call Sally. financing. (ours art published en our price lit)
soil. Phone m-$ & Experienced. FR6838.Remodeling .
FHA homes from$1GOOO$20,250 I
Let us mention a few of
r { SERVICE ask any H. C. M.)
BULLDOZERS & Dragline* Backhoe the Homes that are either under
Home Owner)
wheel tractors motor' construction or in the
grader. Free estimates. W. G. th planning stage.4Bedroom .

_Buck) Johnson FR 6-4219. DO YOU NEED. Florida room extra I 3 full tile baths Plus Gainesville's Only Resident-Restricted Swim Club
Down from "00.01
room more room roof work payments
Concrete with over 2300 Sq. Ft. living
or maybe a complete new home?
.. For a free estimate. & guaranteed area.appreciate You must It. see we this will hometo tradeon You owe it to yourself to buy a home you'll be comfortable in a KirkpatrIck &

CONCRETE drives. patios.finishing.slabs and Walks shuffleboard work. phone Carl C. VA Loans Available this one.2Bedroom.. Pierson home. Before you buy consider your future plans check room sizes for

etc., expertly: done. Esti! Waters 3724049.CARPENTER I furniture p'ccsment ,lock for convenient traffic patterns. You'll fnd; exactly what

mates. Call 372-3884 anytime. desires work addItions hardwood .floors}Vt bath located with you need in one of our 14 new models. Live in an established community of happy
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2-6102. repairing. Phone well shaded lot. Small down- home owners (27 families have purchased two homes in Highland Court Manor -

Landscaping payment. FHA.Construction .. one family has purchased three) .

LANDSCAPE SERVICE Sewing Machine Repairs to start soon on
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Grass-Sod-Garden MainNurserystock 3 & 4 BEDROOM S V. A.. 3-4-Bedrooms homesIn
of all kinds.CREVASSE'S CALL-SEWING MACHINE SER. N.E. Gainesville. Call now VISIT OUR MODEL HOME TODAY
VICE CO. 115 W. UniversityAve.
Appliance Repair & NURSERY .. 376-1075. We repair all and make all color selections.
Bedroom-2 Bath-Fla. Room
Landscape Co. All these will be brick veneer. THE CHESTERFIELD3
Air Conditioning FR 4-2514 for free estimate. Make Work fully guaranteed. Palm View Estatesis We have 4 lot en 39th Ave. 1554 .,. ft. Enclosed SMC.
10TX276. Pick a lot and house
TELEVJSION Drive North Main right at NE 23rd Blvd. continueto
Mortgage Broker plan to suit you. on, .turn ,
A.I HANDYMAN SHOP I NE 12th St. and turn LEFT. Follow Signs to NE 31st Ave.
first In air conditioning and Appliance FHA and conventional at lowest PICTURE TUBE Repair Special i) i planned for professional men and their Now under construction 3-
current rates. Terms to 25 per Inch plus $10 to Install most Bedroom 2 baths with 1453
'teed washers repairs.refrigerators We sell guararv-etc. I years. will gladly discuss at no tubes. 1 Year Warranty. Special families. Sq. Ft. floor area double carport (irkpatnck & Pierson offers many built-in benefits and quality
obligation. Call tomorrow.J. Reconditioned TVs from $9.95. on shaded 100x276' lot. Win
FR 60267.Appraisal. features which feel of utmost to their customersin
W. KIRKPATRICK. Realtor THE VARIETY STORE trade on this one. they are importance

Service 31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 2-8494 7 S.E. 1st Ave.Technlclan's FERNWOOD MODELS Highland Court Manor. A few of these:
4 with 84 years experience
FRED REALTORFHA B. ARNOLD on alt makes. Wolmanized: pressure-treated lumber is used from shoes through studs

and plates to insure lifetime of termite protection.
AND CONVENTIONALLOANS you a
: FRED .. ARNOLD Tires Alignment ,
REALTOR hit W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 Brake Service from $12,250 up Del l Mar natural I finish wooden cabinets for lasting chip-proof beauty.

REAL ESTATE APPRAISALSERVICE Your choice of gas or electric Tappon built-ins America's favoriteline.
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MORTGAGE
Ut* W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-353 5VS per cent Interest.MONEY Terms to VACATION SPECIALON from $400 down I II .

25 years. famous nationally known Mohawk I Copper water lines for a lifetime without corrosion.
BUY BUILD REFINANCECall tire . Save up to I
Auto Equipment 50% on new tires. See our new Moen Dial-Get shower .and tub fixtures Just set the temperature
Dan Byrd wrap>> around retread that gives and off .and without
$25 NW 13 For Mess InformattMi; to your liking turn on adjustment.
St. Ph. FR 2-2511 more mileage ft traction. Lattnr [ IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY
GLADYS Smith Realtor FHA ? Tire Ca. 473 N. Main St. Call C Courteous cooperative salesmen whose primary goal is making you ..

HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuilt fc and conventional loans. Low 3 MODELS happy In your new home.Highland.
-exchanged Repair kIts for
Tree Service TheJames
rates. Terms
Walker Jacks. Factory authorlzed to 2.Slears.. 1228
W. Univ. Ave. 372-533.
Walker Hydraulic Jack A-1 TREE SERVICE
.Service Agent. HULL'S BRAKE FORDYCE and Associates. Inc. Pruning demossing..bracing ft cabteing. Co.
sERVICE 'i. SUPPLY 1314 S. Conventional and F.H.A. Ie 1M. ft tree removaL Cavity WRITE. WIRE. PHONE or VISIT Court Manor
Main FR 21497ADVERTISE Cal! 376-1236. Grace Fordyce work ft tree feeding. Lawn serv- J
Realtor. Fordyce: & Associates. ice and maintenance. Licensed Of Gainesville. Inc. ::

nue.Inc., 924 West University Ave ft Thames.Insured.376-2940.Free estimates.Jack Hoover Trey, Palm View Estates en I Builder Homes af Kiagibcrry scM the swim ,club: community ; :

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_444-3482.. Gainesville Fla. I
: IN THE PAINTING Til Dark I OFFICE PHONE

WANTED WINDOW CLEAN IHG 372-2527 by Kirkpatrick & Pierson _
Free
: : Painting. es-

SERVICE DIRECTORY Work timates. No job too smalL WINDOWS and waxed.dewed houses floor washed.cleaned 10 Drive West on 16th Ave. I IG NIGHTS 372-7401& HOLIDAYS Safes Office-NE 23rd Blvd. & llth Terr. -'Phone 372.347J
guaranteed. Phone
yrs. experience. Free estimate I
FR 2-5630. I Phone FR 1-555.



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77 Mobile Homes for Sale 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRSAIR 85 Automobiles for Salt '85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE r L
I 85 Automobiles for Sale 86 SWAP CARS 87 Automobiles Wanter :
:CLASSIFICATION INDEX I THUNDERBIRD '59 loaded. incMxJ-
SPECIAL CONDITIONING Tune up ing air-cond. White cleanest In FOR SALE 1964 OteveHe SS convertible FOR SALE. 143 Ptymoutn. radio, '
1M x 208 Lot tor mobile home. Special S2JO for performancetest. the State" el Fla. Phone FR ,. 220 V-a. 4-sneed. white eater, good condition $125. Call WILL trade 1957 Otdtt IOMi U In CARS WANTED i9so>54 Fords
S1500. 1 Mile S. oH PaynesPrairie. AH makes and modeH. 9-22S3. walls. Equity and assume pay :37-1587. excellent condition with premium 'l aV Owvroletv At Herndon Serf
ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE i For appointment call Hawes Powers Motor C*. Air ments. Can FR 6-JliI after 7
-1 IMS H......... r FR 4-3052. Conditioning Servfcine Center 194 44oer. air conditioned, Chevrolet II-M. 1913 Allstate: motor sceowr. take tires for Jeep In like, con Ice Station 914 Iii 4m St. *
Car ., Tkaika j Q Waited to BarR 904 N Main St.. Phone FR 2- II I. Nova. Completely equIP UD payments at The Tst- Nart. dition. Phone :2441 Cedar Key.
-1 Last Fee** I a .aekUery* TaeJeMaterials I NEW palm .camping trailer. One 2561. ped. Best, lowest priced buy in EXTRA clean c rs. $95 to $595. 90 Bank. Phone 372-WSO.
only 25 per cent off list. See John Call FR day 50-50 guarantee. No down
'4 rr.n*lli4 Sairtsea f / town. o-W50 days. 372- 1962 CORVAIR Monza convertible,
== .
SI .. E Teter afternoons Alachoa.BELIEVE 5032 evenings. payment small weekly or monthly ,
Travel bfonaatlM Y c. ds 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE 4 speed trans. white walls
CS ABtliBeaMlae. Pi n>tnts. HIM Motors 1636 : .
3X000 mftes. Will
"a $1750.
Ipeelal.fiMle. ma Top condition like
I MGA. -
M IT SE :3rd Ave. Phone 372-3749. .
.? FlorUta Far Bale' new Interior. Call FR 2-3056 after 4-400
"a Bab8tttere. Chat Can, n Tradlnc r iu OR NOTSave CHEVROLET *3S Station Vtaaon 7:30 ..ftfir 53 FORD. V-8 green. 2 dr.. $150. 1961 VW. sedan, extra clean. Whitewall
?B Places T. C. Ltd e$ Article Wanted Ii Brook wood 1 Idel. auto R aV H. Perfect for high school bo.". Car tires $1050. Wit take trad e.
T. 8eAUTOMOTIVE. a FB. Oat Weeds $600. 10 46 new tires extra clean low mil CORVAIR. Monza red and
Things x 2 BR furnished has been in famffy since new. 64009.. Yes! It's True!
70 Boat Blartoe E alp. onty $3195. $350.40 down age. Price $715. FR e-0523. white clean, white walls radio Mileage 67.300. Call 376-4914 or
71 Cam* Hunt-flak I S54.09 per montn. stick shift. Must sell. $500. Also SM at Flavet III 2a R. 1963 YW sedan. sunroof. less man
BalcaBcaUIaTJ W Office Ef.lyiM* Over so models to choose from COMET '43. 2-dr. sedan 6-cylinder. '4t Ford, body engine like new, 1,009 miles showroom condition
'II AlTBlaao 73 Mutcal aUrcfeaBdtse Stan. shift. R. and H.. WW tires, 1 owner low mileage $15* FR 20280 57 FORD 2 dr. Fairtane. Tb I r d $l<<5Bi Will trade. 6-4009.
M..0 'Barnes far- sale TRAILER MARTHWY. assume payments. ""-. 372-2223. 5W S.E. 4th Ave. Vracte ft ...... Fordotna- NO FLIM-FLAM
"it Track. f.r 8.U after 6:00 PM. tic. good tires. 1511 NW 4tn Ave. 1957 Metropolitan new tires new
79 Track Wasted I 17 PHONE 32$-105o CLEAN 61 Chev. Impala Sports Apt. F. 372-13S4. two-tone paint fob like new Kf\
M TrMtan *Track KemUUTrU REAL ESTATE FOR SALE SUNDAYS 1 TO 6 CORVAIR Monza. '43, equipped Coupe, radio heater. white sidewalls Will trade. 64009.
a:1 .r *....** EAST PALATKA. FLORIDA with radio, neater white sidewall power steering, auto trans. FOR SALE 1951 Dodge 2 dr., ht, NO GIMMICKS!
SI Metoreyelea Scooters S3 Lta fee Sale tires. 8,000 actual miles. PH. FR 3-3945- ps. poi r a. h. auto trans. 1M2
, at Aotemebile Repair 34 Waterfront Property TRAILER for sale. I x 31' TravelHe Assume payments small equi Falcon, 4 dr.. stand. trans. 22
A. H. Mark II Sprite 62 radio
Wll consider older car for excettent r e fining FULL SIZE
ABtoaehile tor sale t SS & r r Sale with nice 10 x ir cabana. ty. anpg. avg.
. .U M Cottace For Kate Price $1000. Call 3764621. equity. CaB owner at 3734441 and heater. Mack with red in car. Write Box SOU Keystone for
M Sway. Car .t terior. For Information call 37> New 1964 GMC
Pickups
i S7 Zeal BaUto KxckaafedJ ext. 33. 8-5 weekdays. prompt reply.BARGAIN
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FOR SALE or rent 1960 Great 6245. FORDCUSTOM I
iEDUCATIJNAI.r Real Estate Waited Lakes Mobile Home. Located on Mercury Monterey 199 4-door se-
t sa Oil .f T.w. rroportr private lot. Call 372.2101.SEE dan. Air conditioned radio heater 1942 VW. excellent condition load
ttstraetlom IMPALA Convertible. 34t with
.IS 8ck *U *
f. BnkMM FrvpertM white side walls. Exceptionally ed with extras. Can 3'12-5U1. after
... 11
U Mule. D. .5 41 BesldcatUl laeoBO us for MOBILE HOME SUP. clean Reasonable. FR 2-13UL 5:30 PJM. weekdays. I floor shift new leather interior.
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24 Wute.-la.tneas. PLIES & MOBILE These are ban t* Find S7 Ph. $175 DOWN
43 Farms 4k A.reac.u HOME INSURANCE 1224 E. Univ. AWLPONTIAC ,
63 Tripmph TR-4 white. $2300 or 372-4226.
f i
Colerotf at the lowest rates.
, EMPLOYMENT >1 Colored Property Property .lactate safes SPECIAL-roof coating $4.50gaLTown automatic'55.transmission excellent! condition radio best Ave. Mier private. 417 NE 4M I 2-DOOR
i IT Work Waited Male & Country Trailer Sales
and heater. $225. Call :372-1711.
If Work Waited Female RENTALS 3840 SW Archer Rd. FR 2-7290 $2096.00 ,
*i< Sales Help Waited VOLKSWAGEN 1961 Sun roof. excellent PAINT 1 $5611
1i Month
Ir, 13 Help-Mate Female 44 rttae For Best g 78 TRUCKS FOR SALE condition, can be seen at I
,13 Mai Help Wasted 43 Ferabked Apia.. anytime. Can FR 0-210 I E.O.M.V
.._ Draaiau JL 4* Unfinished Apts. Jetfire hard- .I JOB : FAIRLANE
,11 Fcmalo Bal Waited 47 Houses for last F..... FORD pick up SIVi ton new 1963 Oldsmobile r I
j 45 B..... for Beat. Cnf arm. I battery Si starter, good rubber, top coupe air conditioned I 2-DOOR Including: License tag, state sales tax, life
[, -FARMS fir LIVESTOCK 41 Rema fee lent engine tired $300. Phone 372- 4 speed transmission. Cor SALE [ insurance and finance charges.
'
I 'Sf term E..l,m..ifl M Hotel *...* 226. is parked on Univ. City $3995 $1996.00
Feed FertnixorTe SI HI... Bental lot. See Mr. '62 FORD
I. I u Lv.st.n i !apps.. alA Waited To BeatK 83 Motorcycles & Scooters Bank parking Sunliner convertible. V-S Cruis
,4. ,S' Lsadaesplag "D,_ Burden -WaaUdS3 Foster or Mr. Johnson at Tropical Pontiac
manic transmission. Radio
,.... ....,a. '
, .M A Office Desk Space the bonk. beater white wad tires, power I SHAW &
U.Uf eaUak WaaUd $1 Butaess XemUaj ALLSTATE 125 c.C. motorcycle. At
...... $995 steering Brakes. 1-own-
Excellent 61 CORVAIR coupe at power ,
--- 4-2625. running cond. Call FR 63 COMET .................. $1.395 ere LIke new. HAWISPOWERSBODY KEETER CMC Truck Center
'FIHANCUL'S SERVICE ................ SA95
61 RENAULT $1995
'Se ......... Opp tt s the 23 special ScrritcfZS 1962 ALLSTATE Cruisaire for sale. 43 RENAULT ................. *7 SHOP 233 E. Main St. 302 NW 8th Are. FR 2-2583
$7 Mm** toH 'LAY Berne Implements Self as Is. Best offer takes. Call 44 FIAT. 400 ml. ............ sns '60 VOLKSWAGEN 611 S.W. 3rd St.
: M ortrarea. 14 Kadi TT Service 372-8338. FORD Galaxle ....... sly Convertible. Very good condition. FR 2-0503
42 ---
It (..., W .a.e *S ApplUnc FersltareAutomotive Phone 372-3407 or FR 2 1045. Was S1C95. FR 2-0518 I
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AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS $895
'I: IIIKHF- ki car.
BRING out 1M best your --
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I. Superior Auto painting body '60 METROPOLITAN
66 Mild,.Salt. SPECIAL auto painting $29.95. Au work. Fast dependable servjeej Convertible radio heater.
tomotive repairs and tuneup. free pickup delivery. WRiGHT'SBODY white wall tires, brand new
Miller & Sons 732 N.W. 1st St. WORKS. 2031: NW 4fh St. top. Good rubber. 1Z
Hoove Upright cleaner Z
GOOD Phone 372-0086. FR 49707.HAWESPOWERS.
wild-all attachments. $30. Phone $545 it
FR 56a'., '
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77 Mobile Homes for Sale I '59 OLDSMOBILE
't- COLF set of t Jack Burke .Iron.. I **. 4-deer hardtop full. power
"* by McGregor. 1 mo.old.. Must including air.
sell. Call :372-2002. See at 104 S. FEDERAL QUALITY HOMES
Depot Ave.SINGER 4820 NW 13th St. 441 South MOTOR CO. $1095 usfiftAlSb
* FEATHERWEIGHT Gainesville 372-5113: 56 FORD
.I), Good condition, sold new $149. Hours I to S, Sunday 11 to 7 4-door. Town sedan V- automatic
SEZ
Service Is a must with
us. SMITTY :
balance S4f or $7 per mo. radio. neater red and
115 W. UniV. Ave. 376-1075 white. 1-owner. Like new con
WYATTTrailer selling like hotcakes. This dition.
64's
The are
fc TRAINEESNew new -.r.
selection $645 '
we now have an excellent r ,
distributors I means
factory expansion
J. creates lobs for ambitious' Sales of late model used cars that have been '60 FORD BUY?
BfiS
to Ton pick YOUR
up.
No
young men. Ace: 20. to 40. If you're thinking
experience necessary. No lay traded in on the 64's. $895
f
Home of
\ top offs.earIr:1.: : Start c Immediately with Pacemaker Mobile Homes about a better used car, check this selection '55 FORD .
Shasta and Airstream ff63PUGOT
9 A.M. thru 3/4 ton. Flat bed pick up.
Call FR 4-7110 Travel Trailers today. 59 BUICK
9:45 A.M. Friday only. Mr. Ocala's First Mobile Home 4-doof Galaxie 500. Auto- $595 4 ET

Haney. Dealer Since 1948 '64 FORD Model 404 reef Re. Convert bio
t transmission, power 57 FORD Convertible W/Sun
* matic
CAMPING TRAILER. 7 x S'. new 1923: Silver Springs BlvdPhone
tires condition.sturdy Will frame sell In for very reason-good Ocala 629-1358 Fla. steering, air conditioned. Radio, $OftQC I Vt mission.ton Fleet side. 4-speed trans with Air. duo Heater, binylucket trm.seats s

able price :372-6079. heater V8. . I $595 :
$1295
WE BUY : $2950 $1995
BICYCLE. 2611 brand new has 4-"door GolVxie 500. Auto- i SPECIAL
been In storage, made In Eng. USED MOBILE HOMESTop '64 FORD 54 FORD : LL/ # x I
Real buy at $40. Call 374-0002 dollar paid phone 376-0571. matic transmission, powersteering .
Ford-o-matlc radio 4 heater.
>>
1310 W. Univ. Ave. Apt B. WE have Installed sewer system radio i heater. $2795 I $245 ---' ..,-, ----

, WESTINGHOUSE roll-away single clothes bed, 2 dryer chests spaces& have which made additional are available new large now V 8 . . . . . 1961 CHEVROLET 4 door power 1960 MERCURY 4 door sedan 1962 FALCON 2 door standard

s 1 of dr.werglrl'l Chicago.. shoe at Shady Nook Trailer CL :3101 Sports 2- Good Transportation Cars steering radio heater automatic power steering power brakes radio transmission white a very clean
:
Cheap.
i. Phone roller a-9676.skates size SW 34th St. 3767559. 'M CHEVROLET lr. hardtop.:Automatic To Choose fr.... transmission beautiful red V-8 heater clean -. . $1095 cor . . .... . $1195

. DUE TO DIVORCE 1964 NOW MOBILE SHOWING HOMES transmission, radio and heater, NO DOWN PAYMENT $1295
I have a Singer Zlg Zag that. 2 and 3 bedrooms all Floor V-8 1960 OLDSMOBILE 4 door hard- 1959 BUICK Electro 4 door hard- 1961 FORD Galaxie 4 door power .
makes Fancy stitches automatically Plans. Terms tailored to meet power steering, $3095 steering power brakes beautiful
I 1 sews- on buttons makes budget' Drive a little and . Raulerson top power steering, power brakes top radio heater best buy in town white air $1495
your 3600 miles . . radio heater air conditioning
buttonholes darns weaves monograms save a lot at conditioning at . . . . $995
etc. Take up payments Imp. 4-door hardtop -
or $7.40 per month. Very small CONNOLLYMobile '63 CHEVROLET Motors $1495 1961 COMET 4 door standard
Inc. -
I balance. Call FR20 1. S Miles North Home on Sates U. S. 441 auto. transmission 1963 ENGLISH FORD Anglia 1963 OLDSMOBILE 4 door auto- transmission radio heater economy

Phone 622-tlU radio, heater, power $2495 1611 HAWTHORNE $995 matic transmission Air $2995 with class . . . $1095
70 Boats-Marine Equip.
Closed Sundays steering, V-8 . . . . ROAD
OWNER I x 46, 2 bedroom Knox: CRANE MERCURY
I BARGAIN1960 family cruiser. mobile home. Air conditioned. Fury, 4-door, hardtop 3725285Home LINCOLN -
1,1 Classpar 75 hp Evln rude. Carpeted 1700. Town & Country 63 PLYMOUTH auto. trans-
Tandem trailer. Cost $4.000 orlg. Trailer Lodge. 374-W91 After 5. of A-1 Used Cars
I Priced for quick sale $1495. Want mission, conditioned.. Radio, $O7QC CARS TRUCKS JEEPS 516 S. MAIN ST. USED CAR LOT PHONE 376-2425

larger boat. Call 477-2213. DEAL LOCALLY steering, V-8 . . -
J NEW Fishing Boats painted and Finance locally with bank rates power automatic .-
ready to go..eth Annlver.ary1S Service Satisfaction v-200 4"< <>or, -
day sale. June 1st to 15th. 63 VALIANT i .
U ft. $24. s. 12 ft. $39. 5. I yearsIn 23 yrs. In mobile homes business trans- $1795mission '- #
" same location. Turn Cast at. assures your protection. radio. Real sharp . .
Frank Dicker.son. ,
post office. S blks. i
Orange Lake Marine Boat BUTTS V-200. Covertible.heater t.r.,

Works.221. Orange highway Lake.441,Fla.P. O. Box MOBILE I HOMES, 63 VALIANT Radio: $ 795Y200 ,..'11:1."'i.n:

i 14. Pan American Boat fiberglass INC. . . . . .
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and trailer. Florida I 4-door. radio i t
40. HP motor : *
. Camping Trailer fully equipped. 441 N. at city.limits ,:across from .,' -4, .. s
". Route 1. Keystone Heights, Box Gainesville Livestock Market 62 VALIANT heater, *J295ilan
441. GR 52535.14'jnberglass ...
bottom boat lightweight IT'S FOOLISHto . . . . . :ni i
semi "V" bottom running -. 4- Q'or Wagon, radio : .
lights. 5V* h.p. Johnson. Excellent pay more.' RECKLESS to 62 TEMPEST .
cond. Gator trailer. All pay less. GET THE REAL and $1395 fa7 +
I for $325. Call FR 2-0949 weekdays FACTS. Payments as low as 1 SS ., ,, 455F
. ... b
after S. 157.2' per month with S300 down. heater . . .
LAKE GENEVA 4-door Wagon. auto-
18 CorrectCraft boat, US h.p. /
,j' Cray Marine Engine' & trailer. Mobile Homes Sales 62 FALCON matic tran- $
Hts Pia.
Total price $750 cash. Phone Rt. 100 SE Keystone 495
372-OJ41 -- 1963 Titan 10 x 51. 3 BR trailer.. mission, radio, heater, 17,000 mi. tin s3c' .a
$150 down, and take over payments 4-door 77 Automatic
71 Musical Merchant* of $4741 per mo. Phone ? > i
454-1140. .61 1 LANCER transmission, radio, I IG'

j America's WURLITZER No. 1 piano and DART heater, power steering. $1145
DODGE "
: r
organs are at Earl's Piano Co. Clean . . A
, Gainesville's evclwslve Wurlit- DODGE TRUCKS door.Real
ear Dealer 702 W. University $895
r Awe. Phone 3722222. POOLE-GABLE 61 FALCON . t

PRACTICE PIANO SALE New Yorker, 4doorhardtop
a, Upright pianos some as Is some 119 SE First AYe. '61 CHRYSLER
factory rebuilt. .priced from. $25 3724343FOR power
and up. Grldley Music Co.. brakes, air conditioned $ 9ii
Gainesville Shopping Center. FR steering, power OAQC

t 2-5353. radio, heater. Like new .
USED Clarinet Bundy. Good bglnners THE CORRECT i

Call 374-134 Instrument.. Price $45. TIME '61 CORVAIR TRUCKRadio L.T r:

Rated FR 2-1411 heater $1 095 :::4..s.K g G

Value .
) Of Nice .<..

Used Cars University Courtesy Chevrolet '60 METROPOLITAN t :::P. w : 5.'a # a-- .

B&G MOTOR CO. N. Main St. at 16t" A"e. $ q t
I Radio, heater. OQ C NS.

Cadillac Olo'smobile Nice OTJn 45

.2001 NW 13th St. Impala .4-door, i
VOLKSWAGENMILLER '
CHEVROLET
automatic transmission -
\ 1i II,rari t
GAINESVILLEAUTO radio, heater, air $1 i +, : .,

SALES conditioning lATeVatA

1007 N. Main St. FORD 2-door, radio

Ph... FR 2.6313 OU and heater, air $895

Northctntrol Florida BROWN conditioned. Real iceSMITTY'S . . 44 : ; '. :

j Largest SUPER SPECIALS ; aF 5
1030 E. Unir. '
Independent Dealer
I y FR 2-3582 4.door Wagon,

60 CHEVROLET steering,
power
transmit- B&G Motor Co., Gainesville's Cadillac-Oldsmobile dealer. New cars. Used Cars and Service DePt will
automatic
radio, heater, $1245 coon all be located ot this new location, 2001 N.W. 13th St. (U.S. 441)
NO DOWN PAYMENT sign, air conditioned. Nice .
\a ILt\ 4-door, automatic 63 CADILLAC Sedan De Ville. Factory air. One owner. 60 CADILLAC Hard top sedan. Solid white.i $1 AAC I

OU FORD transmission, radio $995 In factory warranty. Beautiful condition. Power steering . . . . . I y 0

I I'I We Have Slashed Prices To The Bone and heater, air cond. . . 64 CROWN IMPERIAL) hardtop sedan. Factory air cond. 60 CADILLAC! Fleetwood. Factory air. Loaded $2595

2-door hardtop, Fully equipped. Silver turq., white leather interior. with extras. The best! . . . .
On This Select Of Cars. Come PLYMOUTH
Group 60
automatic i 63 CHEVROLET Imp. sed. Low mileage. In $O1QC 60 OLDS 98 htcp sedan. Factory air. $ < r/\r

In And See What Only A Few Dollars transmission, radio $795 factory warranty. Econ. 6, auto trans. . I fJ Full power. . :. . . . . I ) /D

I, :Per Month Will Buy. and heater . . . . .2-door. 63 CHEVY 2 Nova sedan. Auto trans. Very $ | QQJF 60 CHEVROLET (mp. sed. V-8. PS. Test drive $1395

759 PLYMOUTH Fury, : sharp. In factory warranty. . . . 773 this if you want an exceptionally nice car. .
: Per Month hardtop power 60 COMET 2 door sedan. Standard shift.
I 63 FALCON Station Radio & heater. $ $795
wagon. "rnr
::59 RAMBLER . $695 $38 steering, automatic transmission. $845 Clean. |/YD Radio & heater. . . . . . ..
Radio and heater. . . . Light 60 RENAULT sedan $

57 STUDEBAKER 295 18 4-door, power steering 62 CADILLAC Sedan. Factory air. Fully equipped. Runs OK : . :. . . . 200
58 BUICK brakes, Cadillac quality I and prestige at tremendous 59 CADILLAC Sedan De Ville. Fact. air. Full
:56 FORD . . 390 21 power $495 : : $349.5 -
: Radio and heater. V8. . . savings . . . . . . power. 325 HP. Smooth quiet quality. $1995

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I Destiny Waits in San Francisco. "'7 14t1I: OPEN TIL: 9:00TONIGHT


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EDITOR'S NOTE Next This seaport city, which a live in water vats down at EVERY THURSDAY FRIDAY & MONDAY TIL 9:00

month the Republican party gold rush spawned and ar Fisherman's Wharf as they have i
GOP Looks To Future '
will decide on "The man who earthquake couldn't kill, will be een for half a century. In narrow ;
will its banner in Grant Avenue, heart of 116-
carry the mid-July mecca of 30,000 fo:
i
the November presidential i the Republican National Conven- In Past-Bound City rear-old Chinatown, merchants' \
meddle oriental that in HlloloVWOOD.Y
election. The choice will be tion-delegates, alternates, can wares '
made at the national con- didates, boosters, and news- --- nany instances are embarrassingly a44Okt )
vention in San Francisco.The radio and televisior stamped "Made in .
following, first of two media.camera The cavernous 16,000-seat Cow many of the 3,000 telephones.At Japan." I

articles dealing with the Re- Palace, built in the depressionyears the moment, inside the One change in the life pattern I: Backless
the'
Democratic The question whether under the impetus of pillarless, postless arena, ham- .
publican and convention I has jolted San Franciscans. In Lace
choice is to be Rockefeller or Franklin D. Roosevelt's New ..
mers are banging and drills 1 /
the
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sites, pictures a melting pot of 55,000 of Italian %
Goldwater or Nixon or Lodge 01 Deal and named critic of \ ,
by a 3.95!
surroundings in which the Re- whirring at work on 100-foot- extraction 50,000 Chinese, 10,000 t
Scranton or someone else gets :.he New Deal is the last placehe
long anchor booths being built
publican candidate will be Japanese and r host of other nationalities -,
selected.) answered July 13-16 at the Coy Republicans picked a win- over northside seats. Negro have Ingenious bra design leaves
The site for settling tha groups
Palace. Eisenhower for his second
These 20-foot deep stages- staged demonstrations in sup- your back beautifully bare...
HAROLD STREETER 1964 issue is on the city's south ,erm in 1956.Finally .
By
part of $4-million in Cow Palace port of demands for more jobs. while nylon lace WhirlpoolS
SAN FRANCISCO (AP-The east side, seven miles aero opened in 1911 as a work related to the conventionwill
Republican party, eager to take town from the waterfror :Ivestock pavilion, the ll-mil- allow television camerasof These have resulted in mass cups shape a high, rounded
nation's where million is being sperto arrests; cost the city an. estimated Petal Pusher
charge of the future $2 :"on, 315,200-square-foot, cream- the major U.S. networks to profile. uplifts
shapes up its destiny soon in restore the gas-light sailir :olored structure since has over the crowd. million dollars; cloggedthe assure superb side control
Francisco that is ship era of the 1870s, '80s ant sweep municipal courts; and
San a city a rammed in crowds at the rate
and
separation.: It's smooth
Plans call for than 100
Park. more caused discussion of the
more
proud prisoner of its past. 90s at Aquatic of more than 1% million a year
for video channels, 264 radio cir- civil-rights issue-an inevitable: elegance under your lowest,
: cuits, 45 channels of telegraph big plank in the'GOP platform I barest dresses. Come be
The swelling hymns of a Billy equipment, a hookup of more -than many- San Franciscan i
Graham crusade; the thud of than miles of communi- 'i t\ personally fitted for future enchanted -
No Matter How Hard You Try 36,000 ever dreamed necessary. I ,
boxing gloves; the groan of cation wires. evenings! Bra 1253,
wrestlers the swish of ice Down at, the.Cow Palace, its
; This center of activity is a 67- ABC 32-36.3.95.
,T hockey skates; and the appearance -' acre area in Visitacion Valley management is taking the con-
ou olwoys have that of the late John F. Ken- almost within earshot of WillieMays' vention in stride. While telephone -
look from Foundations
C smudges.overed up caused by nedy. bat meeting the ball at technicians fidget over! ___
t excessive growths oft Its name dates from the depression -Candlestick Park, eastward be- delays in'getting to their work,I t
= hair. This is unnecessary years. Families were side the bay. Baseball's National I a wrestling match-which often I Shop-
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when you get rid draws bigger crowds than political
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of unwanted hair per being evicted from homes, anda League Giants are among I j 2nd Floor
manently. Call todoY.EDMUND critic scoffed that was no additions to the San Francisco conventions-will be staged
v time to be building "a palacefor pattern since the 1956 GOP con- June 27. i I I

cows." The name stuck, was vention.
formally adopted.In Some San Franciscans look
DWYER July, the Cow Palace be- upon that as a symbol-that the '
ELECTROLYSIS comes a window for the world. city has gone "big league." JUNE DYNAM-ITEM -3
On a desk in the fifth floor Actually it hasn't, can't, and
107 W. University Ave. FR 28039Men's Suite K at the St. Francis Hotel,'wouldn't.San Francisco, as new- ....,-- -
offices of the GOP arrange- comers at the convention will T. :
DAYS SALE! ==
ments,committee, is a bulging quickly see is a happy prisonerof -......, --.-4.
stack of white cards listing whois geography and tradition.Its --
coming, to view and to re 750,000 people of all races J
Floor' port. -three of every 10 either were
ShopStreet !
The Soviet Union is sending born outside the United Statesor I
writers for Pravda, Izvestia and have one parent of foreign wv
Tass. Moscow radio will be re'stock-are squeezed into the tip SPECIALLY PURCHASED

presented. Also Poland's news of a 32-mile-long peninsula. The .. : ..;;.
agency, and Hungary's radio population density is nearly -.!..' -
and television. Most of London's 16,000 to a square mile. \
newspapers. Likewise Tokyo's. Convention visitors who have
Writers from India, Australia, been to San Francisco before I '\ ARNEL & COTTON -<

JUNE Spain Sweden, West Germany will note a few changes. The : :'
-to name a few of the more Fairmont Hotel on Nob Hill now II .', .' :.:.
than 65 foreign media. has a rooftop drinking spot a '
DYNAMITEMDAYS More than 150 United States little higher than its neighboring ;,::f SUMMER ''
ROBES -- -
newspapers will send staffs to rival Top of the Mark. I x ft.r.._ .
fill most of the 952 working I Conrad Hilton has added a :

SALE press seats on the conventionfloor. hotel of 1,200 rooms to the more i i
with in the city's 500 .
They along than
news association 25,000 'h
i SOLID COLORS OR DAINTY CHECKS & PATTERNS
corps will keep busy I. hotels and 65 motels. .I ,
325 teletypewriter lines and But the crabs are still boiled
r """, .! _:. a SOME LACE TRIMMED AT COLLAR & POCKETS. \
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:vi) '. OTHERS ARE SIMPLE TAILORED STYLES.

II\\ Special Values :: SUPPORT THE

UNIVERSITY of FLORIDA. ORIG. 3.99 DYNAM-ITEM DAYS -- .


: : Through The \ SALE 2.99;

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FAMOUS MAKE Lingerie Shop2nd Floor


SOLID COLOR,


PLAID OR STRIPEDMEN'S FUND VISIT THE FESTIVAL OF GAS FIRS* AT THEcelebrating I '


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SWIM WEAR* EVERYONE can show their support of the
EXCLUSIVELY' YOURS University of Florida through a contribution to the .
AT WILSON'S' Alumni Loyalty Fund. The Alumni Association is ,

ORIG. 5.95 SALE 3.99, on active service organization working in the interest A"3 t .Q:
of the University of
through sponsorship -.
., worthwhile activities. ,.. s 1 t:

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MAJOR PROGRAMSFor : :
SHORT SLEEVED

This Year Include: p. :
WASH 7M WEAR 4: ;

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SPORTSHIRTS Coordinated Local Alumni Scholarship Program. ';-. i. .": y6'f ''i
Through this program the Alachuo County Alumni .. :: .' \,.
Club hopes to be able to offer as many as ten f..
<< University of Florida scholarships to students in

SMART NEWPATTERNS this area.
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& DOLLARS, FOR SCHOLARS-

SOLID COLORS
Some 289 Alachua County students at the
REGULAR University of Florida have already received over
238.000 in loans through this program. This year
SHIRT JAC Cr -- the Alumni Association has budgeted $45,000 in Kin
continued support of Dollars for.Scholars.
IVY STYLES
EMPHASIZING THE UofF


DYNAM-ITEM DAYS # to our high students. A program to acquaint the
high school students with the outstanding opportunities -
I available at the University of Florida
SPECIAL 2/5.,00, aimed at encouraging outstanding students to
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attend the University of Florida and remain in the 5th Anniversary ol
state after graduation. C


I I Natural Gas in Florida
"''' MEN'S These are only a few


S' WASHABLE : of the activities of theAlumni

I OPEN HOUSE

: AssociationThe

.Lttk$ ARNEL/ I
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l Alachua County Alumni Club is anxious to NATURAL GAS INDUSTRY WEEK JUNE 1. 6Gainesville

i'l1& RAYONSLACKS 'I have everyone interested in the University of
Florida join with them in these activities. Any -
questions regarding the programs will be answered
"V I through a telephone call to the Alumni Office on

: the campus (extension 2481). G c mP ny. .


1 PLAIN FRONT
RESPOND TODAY 237 W. UNIV. AVE: 372.6391:
OR PLEATED

WAIST SIZES 29 TO 42 We are proud to be a part of the Natural Gas Industry in I'--- -------------'i -

REG. 7.99DYNAMITEM to the Loyalty Fund Drive Honda! This modem fuel which is now supplied to almost I I 1 Come by and say hello! We'd Ilk. !I :

now in progress! every major population center and industrial area of our ,state I to demonstrate that: Natural Gas :

DAYS I comes through hundreds of miles of pipeline from Texas and I 'Is as MODERN al ,tomorrow- I :

It will determine the effectiveness of the Association's Louisiana gas fields. Thanks to an investment running Into the I I.We have a HANDY,GIFT for you I : t

SALE 5.99 i programs. hundreds of millions of dollars,you can now enjoy this progresI I to show our appreciation for : 1

I nil .ttHciMcut p.i4 for fritm4t *f the Untrtrsity .ff sive fuel in your home or business at a cost far less than you II your visit.c. : .

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