Gainesville sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079931/00140
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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 5, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000098505
oclc - 01446379
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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doctor had to treat her before ( she could be removed from ; i 'tC; Affl41"" mates, can now count en 609 f) to 610 t '_ -. ; f r t e
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the wreckage of a Yellow Cab ] ..1< .. : Republican presidential nomination. A 'total of 655 is needed to
of Sen.
? 4i potential challengers
she had been driving when it .: > WASHINGTON-Gov. Nelson nominate.
left the road and hit a culvert _.: \ A. Rockefeller has informed Goldwater's headquarters now claims he has a total of 455 Barry Goldwater for the Repub- '

while headed south on US 441 '.....' :._ "-li....... \ major Republican leaders "publicly committed" delegates already chosen to attend the lican Richard presidential nomination- :
about two miles south of Gaines- .", that he can no longer be responsible national convention at San Francisco Jmv 13. Tills total docs rot M. Nixon and Gov.
ville. .. for leading the "Mod- include the 56-vote Texas delegation which has not yet been formally William W. Scranton of Penn
/ erate" campaign against Sen- chosen. All or most of it will go to Goldwater, according to his co- sylvania-have announced they
At 7:50 p.m. yesterday, Mrs. tor Barry Goldwater. director of field operations.' will have no part of any stop-
Helen Kahler, 1227 NW 45th Goldwater drive.
Ave., called police to reportMrs. Following his defeat by Gold- Some Republican leaders who
Peck missing. This morn- "<- ".- water in the oppose Goldwater's candidacyhave
Ing, Mrs. Kahler refused to dis- California pri- The Jumping Off hoped that one or the oth-

close any details., t < New York mary, the New er would leap I nto the GOP

At 8:15 the police got a call York Governor race, become the rallying point
from the cab company. TimesExclusive has sent wordto for a coalition and take the

Yellow Cab spokesman JohnC. party lead- Point on DDayEDITOR'S play from the Arizona conserva-

Brown said this morningthat ers in the ma- tive at the national convention.But .
the driver picked up Mrs. 'J jor uncommitted as Goldwater rested away
Peck at the intersection of 13th states that ( NOTE-"It was The old farmer, overjoyedthat from the political storm and

Street and 39th Avenue. She someone else must take the all so fascinating there was no the Americans had come, strife and his bandwagon ap-
asked him to stop at the Park initiative now if the Arizona time 'to be scared." So it was disappeared for a moment and peared to be taking on more !

Manor Apartments on S.W. 13th conservative is to be stopped. on D-Day-June 6, 1944-recalls then returned with his bulleta steam, Nixon, the party's stand-

St. and go in and get her lug- This does not mean that Gen. Maxwell D. Taylor, token of his hope for victoryover ard bearer in 1960, said on
gage. Rockefeller is pulling out of then the brand new comman- the Germans. Long Island Thursday night he

As soon as he started for the -Rescuers struggle to reach Mrs. Majorie Masters the presidential race. He intends der of the 101st Airborne Di- Today, Taylor is the top mili- would not take part in any stop- ;
apartments, the driver said to go to the conventionas vision, now the nation's top tary man in the United States, Goldwater movement.
Peck, pinned in the taxi cab she wrecked. (Sun photo by ,
Mrs. Peck jumped over the Lewis. an active candidate with military man as chairman of and he still recalls D-Day as The former vice presidentsaid
front seat and drove off at a Tommy ) well over 100 delegates, ready the Joint Chiefs of Staff.) "the most dramatic day I ever such a move "would so

high speed. and immediately notified police. The Alachua County Sheriff's to be nominated, seconded and spent in my life." badly split the party that who- ,'
Brown said the driver esti- Within 10 minutes, the accioffice said the incident is still demonstrated over. By FRED S. HOFFMAN This says much-for few men ever got the nomination would
mated the speed at 75 m.p.h. dent call came in. under investigation. Nor does it mean that the WASHINGTON (AP) "Mon living have witnessed as many find it wasn't worth anythingat

governor views any less ser- general, use this bullet on the dramatic and historic days.In all." I
iously the importance of mo- Boche." In Harrisburg, Pa., Scranton
his time has
derate Republicans uniting be- Thus did an old French farmer Taylor slipped said he would not be "part and
alone into Nazi-held Rome to
Manuel Ray Calls Capture hind a candidate more repre- welcome Gen. Maxwell D. negotiate with the Italians, confronted parcel" of any movement to

sentative of party philosophythan Taylor to Normandy. 20..,. -years, the Russians as U.S. stop Goldwater and that after
he believes Senator Gold- ago. .:. I winning the California primarythe
commander in Berlin, led in
water to be, /\ A few hours ft senator appears to be the
some of the most
Only Setback Rockefeller is making Jit earlier, in .. desperate likely nominee.
a Temporary theIf' fighting in Korea, sat ,at President -
clear to, his party colleagues predawn ip f 'i John F. Kennedy's right New York Gov. Nelson A.
that he stlrjds tor Rockefeller talked of the plat-
-, ready join ness, Taylor [, rfl hand during the Cuban .missile
NASSAU Bahamas, MW-!: Jsnta in Miami.He said Bahamian *Ray added:'' "We are working forces in a coalition behind a had leaped from ; crisis. form the Republicans will adoptat
Cuban exile anti-Castro'leader authorities had forbiddenhim hard and that is borne out by moderate candidate and pledgeto a tow flying their convention next month
Manuel Ray, captured by Brit- to speak to newsmen here. the fear experienced by the the extent that he can, all transport nl net .q .F'.. Recently the slender, gray- and peppered the Johnson ad-
ish authorities on a Caribbean "I ,will miss my May 20 date Communist regime, expressed in of his delegate strength.The lead tbe&Sit }., haired soldier of 62 sat in his ministration, charging "failureat
island after missing an an- by just a short time," said Ray. the form of the emergency mo governor reportedly wave of U.SJ Taylor Pentagon office and chatted home and abroad."
nounced rendezvous with his "Such a short time that from bilization. feels, however, that he. has car- paratroopers in the, historic as- with a reporter about D-Day, In Cleveland, Gov. Paul Faninof
Communist-ruled homeland, a practical standpoint it makesno ried this fight, at great per- sault. the 6th of June, 1944. Arizona, an early arrival for
vowed today that he will be difference." "We have an able underground sonal and financial cost for Uncertain where he was, Tay- Now Taylor wears four stars, the governors' conference which
working inside Cuba al- months and it is as chairman of the Joint Chiefsof Saturday flat
there soon."Sooner many now lor had walked up to a French opens predicted
exiles in Miami
However, some Staff. He also wears 40 decor-
than most people ready. ly that Goldwater will be nom-
knocked on the door
Nelia Sanchez,, (See 'ROCKY on Page 2)Party ) ations for
disagreed. valor.
said "It is mat- many inated the first ballot.
think, Ray. a and asked for help in getting his on
an exile dressmaker, saidRay's Ray said he felt no bitterness. .
ter of days. toward British authorities. bearings. (See TAYLOR on Page 3)Physicist According to the latest Asso-
outside Cuba was
Ray and seven companionswere capture Chief ciated Press survey of dele-
Among those taken with him at
reported heading for Miami the "nonfulfillment of a prom- gates to the San Francisco con-
ise mad before the whole Anguilla Cay, some 30 miles
after being fined $14 eachon vention, Goldwater can now
world, a in advance, with north of Cuba, were two Americans '1
illegal firearms possession year In S. Korea } count on a first-ballot total of
charges ,and ordered deported."But great propaganda. It is terribleto and a Cuban woman. } i;[ 446-just 209 short of the 655 re-

my destination is Cuba," toy with the hopes of those The woman, attractive brunette :; quired for nomination.

said Ray, 39, who defected from fighting Castro in Cuba and the Mirta Borras, 21, said she Forced OutBy Rockefeller, who lost the win

Fidel Castro after serving as exiles here." is the foster:daughter of Rogelio ner-take-all race with Goldwaterfor
his Havana underground leaderin Other exiles criticized the Cisneros of Miami, chief in exile ROBERT LIU ;; California's 86 votes, did j

the revolution that toppled British for, arresting Ray and of Revolutionary Junta. She SEOUL, Korea (AP) Kim '.. .:; not mention him in his address 1

Dictator Fulgencio Batista. agreed that this was- -only a tem- said that she is an active. member Chong-pil, a chief target of the 4' (See POLITICS on Page 2))
As to why he misted his May porary setback in, the fight ,of the movement. mounting student demonstra-
20 Cuban infiltration deadline, ., against Castro. tions in South Korea, resigned Arrest Youth
The Americans Thomas
Ray said: "Cuba was placed on Ray said he believes Cuba's are today as chairman of President
an emergency war footing at emergency defenses status was Dunkin and Andrew St. George, Chung Hee Park's ruling Demo- rq .
New York For Threats
mobil- photographers.Arms
that time. Troops were imposed because he had announced cratic Republican party.
ized. We have to use common he would be there to seized from the group Park accepted Kim's resigna-

sense. We must adjust plans to reactivate the underground. were confiscated but Ray said tion in an effort to quiet the To JohnsonCAMDEN

conditions." "Psychologically we, have already he had access to more., swelling public discontent. He ; wk

Ray's statements were relayed won a victory," he said. had rejected a resignation from N.J. (AP-Michael
by a spokesman for He added that soldiers harvesting Kim over the weekend. Allen Young, 18, of Wildwood,

his organization, Revolutionary Cuba's vital sugar crop were TropicalDisturbance Kim, 37, was Park's righthandman N.J., was arrested by Secret

Wed diverted to military duty and former head of the secret Service agents Thursday night
the Communist regime "got the police and a key plotter in the and charged with threateningthe
". 1961 military coup that brought life of President Johnson. j
STOCKHOLM Sweden (AP) jitters.
Young was jailed in default of
Park into
The arrest of himself and his power. .
Princess Desiree, 26, granddaughter ,
Park also ordered all 20,000 bond.
of Swedish,King Gus- companions, Ray said, 4'is justa DevelopsMIAMI collegesand
universities in the Agent Donald C. Brett testified
bucket This is
VI Adolf, was married todayto drop In the avery
Baron Niclas Silfverschiold, minor setback in the war (AP), The Weather closed until July 4, a day before j before Charles L. Rudd, U.S.
the start of the two-month commissioner, that Young wrote
Bureau said
weak depression
30, an estate owner.. ahead. a tropical -
continued summer vacation. Eighty-five and mailed a letter to the President -
to move HereDr.
southeasternGulf schools with a total enrollmentof that allegedly threatened to
northward in the

_I' ROMANCE AT SEAl Force of reconnaissance Mexico today. An Air universities 125,000 are had affected.been the Leading breeding Edward Teller, renowned nuclear physicist who "get"Oswald Johnson got Kennedy."like Lee" Harvey

I' plane was ground for the riotous demonstrations helped put together America's atomic and hydrogen Brett said the letter, mailed on
scheduled to check the
area. which this week bombs, arrived in Gainesville last night. Teller outlined May 27 from Rio Grande, NJy
ISN'T The Weather
Bureau centeredthe
disturbance have raised the gravest chal- weaknesses of United States civil defense in a luncheon was not signed, but was tracedto
near latitude lenge so far' to Park's regime. speech today before members of the Florida Civil Defense Young. He testified that a 32.
(APThe of the state of the vessel's portof 23.0 north and 86.0 west, or As a leader in recent negotia- Conference at the University of Florida. He speaks caliber rifle and a .32 caliber

1 Seafarers Union has a word of registry before they decide to about 400 miles southwest of tions to restore normal relations again at University Auditorium tonight at 8:15 .on"the pistol were found in the youth's

warning for lovers who think it ask the ship's captain tie the Miami. with Japan, Korea's old enemy, topic "Decision for Survival. bedroom.
would be romantic to get married knot," it said. The 5 a.m. (EST) bulletin said Kim was a particular object of
there has been no, evidence of ..A. .
at sea: "The ocean-bound student wrath. The current I -1The"J"ABo'b-
wedding may be more romanticbindIllg" The article cautions:, "Con intensification into possibly the wave of student unrest began .
trary to popular belief, the captain first tropical storm of the sea last March to protest the talks
than, ;; Past
of a ship has no special authority I IBy
Couples who let ship captainstie to ocean-bound son.Highest with Japan.A Future \
the marital fcnof in the middle merge. winds were estimatedat spokesman said Park ex- : ,
of the ocean may find them lovers. 20 to 30 miles an hour in pressed appreciation for Kim'swork

selves still.legally. at: sea when If,, the ship is registered in squalls and heavy showers. as party chairman when CLIP CORMIER the before the attackon Cong.
to an ar- New York, for ,instance "state The depression is expected to he called at the presidential Japanese
they return port says Son Education WriterDr. Hiroshima in 1945 but his But, he said, there are more
law may well consider the mar- move northward at about 11 mansion this afternoon to offer
union's "Seafarer'sLog.
the of defoliating
in Edward
ticle Telleran: architect was just a weak voice of protest sophisticated means
riage to be, null and void" because miles hour today probably his '
." an resignation. of America's A-bomb and than through the use of

The maritime trades department it specifically excludes turning more toward the north (See KOREA on Page 2)) H-bomb, said in a press confer- He said a "demonstrat j 0 n" atomic weapons.
in AFLrCIO headquartershere ship captains as legal matchmakers east increasing in speed tonightthe ence here this morning it wouldbe A-bomb could have been detonated The famed scientist, who

said it didn't know if some Weather Bureau said., "morally wrong** for the high above Tokyo as a urged the U. S. to develop the
of its sailor members had been In states that do not specifically The bulletin said a better estimate United States to'spring a sur- warning.. hydrogen bomb over the object

having trouble following. ship- forbid the captain to play cupid of the activity in the depression WHERETO prise nuclear attack against "Had we done so then, today tions of some of his colleagues

board marriages a couple may have a valid would be possible when Russia or any other enemy. we could view the whole problem after WWII, said he favored us-
But whatever prompted the common law marriage. more compete information is received FIND IT .But, he said, the U.S. should of atomic war more ration- ing nuclear weapons "for mill.

article, it hinted it virtually While federal law requires the from the reconnaissance be prepared to absorb suchan ally and with less emotion," he tary purposes, strictly in local

takes an,international lawyer to captain of every ship making a flight later today. Comics . 12 attack itself and be strong said. situations."
be certain a seagoing marriageis voyage between U.S. and ,for- Meantime, Havana Radio re- Classified 13.17 enough to retaliate effectively. Teller declined to elaborate "I don't mean this should limit -

legal., eign ports to officially log "every ported that heavy rains caused Entertainment 18 Answering questions by news- on a question concerning Sen.Barry military use to small nuclear
"Lovestruck couples involved marriage taking place on by the depression area drenched Obituaries . 2 men before television, camerasat Goldwater's suggestion bombs there could be local
In such an at-sca idyll would do board" it ,dcssa't necessarilymean western Pinar del Rio Provincefor Opinion Page . 4 the University oft Florida, that the U. S. "defoliate" the situations where a large
well to check the laws of the na- the skipper has the' authority 30 hours, paralyzing several Sports . _9-11 Dr. Teller, here to live two jungles of Viet Nam with nuclear bomb would be necessary."
,Women's . : 5
tion'vbose flag .the ship fIles to perform the ceremony, tobacco and sugar cutting labor talks, said he favored 'warning bombs to rout out the Viet (See,TELLER on Page 2)f .

and also take a look at the laws the article,said. areas .
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Viet / Weather Roundup' Nixon LiKeSScranton.1' r No Back EscapeeHiinted :

Nam 44l4Puzzles '1 .. Turning ; Near

: In St. JacksonvillcJACKSONVILLE

MilitaryBy : : In 2nd SpotGARDEN Augustine (APLaw

I ST. AUGUSTINE (AP) Dr. addressing 300 at officers maintained an alert today
CITY, N.Y. (AP- Negroes a
PETER ARNETT Communist here
siveness the
I by F7n'-n-co.." : Former Vice_ President RichardM. Martin Luther King and other church rally after arriving in for a hulking mental hospital -
SAIGON South Viet Nam
might have panicked everyone who eluded
officials of the St. escapee
integrationist Augustine
Nixon Thursday night
(AP) in says William W.
American officers drastic cloudi-
into doing something BCD Increasing
in woods and swamps
I Scranton of Pennsylvania wouldbe Southern Christian Leadership He said also he had learned posse
South Viet Nam can't agree one comtnented."The ness followed by rain begin- north of Jacksonville. Thursday.The .
,4.& Iaaa % the Republican party's best Conference today deliberated on while in San Francisco of a plotto
whether to be relieved or suspi- tonight or Saturday. Low Earl Francis
ning further measures to carry out assassinate him. quarry was
Communists don't like to candidate for vice president if
cious about the comparative lull tonight near 70. High Satur- this vow of King: Kraai, 58, a six-foot-six former
face drastic action from an angry Sen. Barry Goldwater wins the
that has settled over the country's day middle 80s. Mostly easter- "The movement In St. Augustine "Nothing could be more redemptive boxer weighing more than 200
West. They prefer to nibblea presintial nomination.
battlefields. their I ly winds 10 to 15 miles an hour has reached the point of no than my physical pounds who fled a Raleigh, N.C.
little and chew it over at
"Communist Viet activIty have I today and tonight. Interests Nixon said Thursday Scran- return. We are determined that death if it serves to free my mental hospital in 1958.: He was
Cong leisure. That's why they
should keep in touch with latest "Ii ton's liberalism would balancethe this city will not celebrate its brothers from their spiritual sent there in 1954 after being
runs in cycles, a senior slowed down in Viet Nam. "
-American officer commented. "I bulletins on tropical depressions 1' : Arizona senator's conservatism -quadricentennial as a segregated slavery, the intergration crusader ruled incompetent to stand trial

guess they are slowing down for Many Americans see more: eastern Gulf of Mex- % and that the ticket, "per city." told the cheering, hymn- for the slaying of,a night watch

the time being." vigorous action by the South' ico. Small craft along the haps the strongest team" available St. Augustine, settled by Spanish singing throng at St. Paul's .man at Charlotte, N.C.

Vietnamese military forces as a I' Gulf Coast should not venture to the Republicans, would colonists in 1565, has been African Methodist Episcopal Deputies on horseback, motor-

:Other Americans view the lull factor contributing to the Viet far from port. y a % 9 also be balanced geographically.Earlier the target of a coordinated effort -Church. cycle and foot sought Kraai aft..

with foreboding. Cong's comparative quiet. Partly ZONES cloudy this afternoon. in the day, Scranton by integrationist groups for King declared "We plan to use er his former wife, Mrs. Fred

"We haven't had word of tonight A and Saturday. Few afternoon told a news conference in Harrisburg about a year. .Sit ins, marchesand everything in our and all Wilder of Jacksonville, reportedhe
rhard-core Viet in showers likely. Not much temperature ALMANAC other activities have resulted power had been in the area several
Cong activity Pa. he would with
Low tonight 66 to 77. run the nonviolent
-weeks adviser to Vietna- More About high change.Saturday 85 to 90. Mostly east Sunset today .............. 7:27 p.m in numerous arrests and weapons at our days threatening her and her
an a
Goldwater if there .
only were a to dramatize
winds 10 to 18 miles per hour.E Sunrise tomoroww ......... 5:28 a.m. disposal our injustice
these division said. "We ac- Interests should keep postedon Moonrise tomorrow ...... 2:51 some sporadic violence by mobs family.
get ajn.
genuine draft by convention del- and demand that the fed
latest bulletins conconerning tropical New Moon .................. June' and I "Two won't take him,"
tion, but only from the local depression eastern Gulf. Cloudy PROMINENT STAR egates.He snipers. eral government not put one men
Communist militia. Those hardcore Korea with occasional rain through Saturday.Low Arcturus high overhead ... ':4& p.m. King made his statement while Mrs. Wilder said in a referenceto
cent into this
Satur- VISIBLE PLANETS city until it faces
middle 70s. High
units, must be planning day lower tonight 80s. Small craft warnings Venus, sets ............... t:4p,m. had been asked to com the realities of desegregation." Kraai's physical strength.A .

and that splayed Fort Myers southward and Saturn., In southeast3.38.............. am. ment on GOP National Chair- prison camp trustee han
some new strategy, can small craft elsewhere should not venture Jupiter rises 3:59 a.m. The Southern Christian Leadership
onIy mean bad business for us." From Page 1 far from port. Mars, rises ............... ":21 a.m. man William E. Miller's recent SharedTimeFor Conference dling dogs in the hunt said the
G F I J Mostly cloudy with occasional reported one
TEMPERATURES, ELSEWHERE statement that Scranton fugitive was running circles in
intense showers through Saturday. a .
Communist activity was High Lew Pree. Parochial incident of terrorism after the
during April and part of Seoul remained quiet under few 70s. locally High Saturday heavy. Low middle tonight 80s. In Mostly the- Jacksonville 87 c? would make a good running church meeting. Fred Martin of the swamp. '\
martial law. But despite a south and southeast winds 10 to Miami 82 72 UJ mate for Gold water.
May. Several major engagements gov- 15 miles an hour. locally a little higher Tampa 85 74Alianha Pupils OkayedNEW AUanta, one of the SCLC offi.
fought. ernment threat to extend martial In some showers.K 99 & Nixon his views cials gathered in St. for Lost
were at
Interests should keep postedon New Orleans 84 61 gave a Augustine, Stamp
Late May and early June law over the whole country, latest bulletins concerning tropical New York 74 51 news conference before speaking YORK (AP-The National said the St. JQhn's County sheriff
demonstrated in five southeastern Gulf. Small Chicago 75 55 I 1
-however, has been a period of students craft depression warnings displayed Marat h 0 n Kansas City M 58 53 at a testimonial for Rep. Council of Churches, a was told that unidentified Astronauts

:lul1. cities today. The worst outbreak westward and small craft lower Keys Denver 70 47 Steven B. Derounian, R-N.Y., major Protestant and Orthodox white men fired seven.shots into
Ft. Worth S3 54
should not venture far from port. .07
occurred in Pusan South Ko
"The rainy weather, which Mostly cloudy tonight and Saturday. Los Angeles 71 57 in this city on Long Island. agency, has endorsed an experi- the automobile of Roosevelt .

started a couple of weeks ago, rea's second largest city. Police Seattle MARINE FORECAST 67 so .77 mental shared-time program under -:James after he drove home Is DoubtedLONDON

is not really a factor because it resorted to tear gas for the CEDAR KEY TIDES EAST GULF: See latest bulletin on He said: "The chances of any which Roman Catholic children from the church and parked the
: first time in Pusan break Saturday High at 10:28 a.m. and tropical depression. Small craft should
to Johnson
to of the
beating One
upa (CAP) -
fcis no deterrent to Viet Cong ac- 11:28 p.m. Low at 4.18 a.m. and 5:1$ not venture far from port. East and attend both parochial and car in front of his Palm St.
gathering of students at Don- p m. southeast winds 10 to 18 knots Increas- day are considered remote by public schools. home. world's leading stamp dealers
ttion, one officer said. Sunday Higi: at 11:M a.m. Low at ing some tonight and Saturday. Scat
Other Americans suggestedthe ga University. 5:08 a.m. and 6:05 p.m.Temperatures tered squalliness likely Saturday. the pollsters, by the television The program is Intended to Martin said James' 14yearoldson cast doubt today on a report \

commentators and by all the political -lighten the financial burden on in the but that the Soviet Union has issueda \
: lull may have something to Later, 1,000 rockthrowing students was car escaped \j
do with developments in Laos. laid siege to a police station .I Five-Day Forecastfrom experts. All that I can say parents whose children attend injury from bullets that riddled commemorative stamp honor. II

\ .. "With the pressure on :in Laos until reinforcements ar I is this: That the polls have been Church-operated schools. the vehicle's rear. ing three astronauts lost in or'J

:In recent weeks, the West was rived.A were expectedto 93 to 66 at Tallahassee; 90 wrong in New Hampshire, Ore- The council's General Board bit. '

to 69 at Orlando; and 89 to 71 at' gon and California (primaries)." said in a policy statement Thurs-
so edgy that continued aggres- average about two degrees A Soviet stamp expert at Stan.
: total of 2,500 high school : Miami. Rain during the five-day' He called 1964 a year of upsets day the shared time program is State GQP
below normal during the five- ley Gibbons Ltd. said, "We get
students staged antigovernment and added that "a viable provision for those
period was expected to total one a "slam.bang"campaign
all new issue stamps from the
I \ Vital RedSupply demonstrations in Kimchon, day period ending Wednesday. to two inches in most areas, occurring by the GOP could defeat who, for conscience sake, main. Rally Due Soviet Union. We know nothing

: Chongju and Kwangju. Normal highs and lows ranged ''mainly in showers. Johnson. ain separate schools." It is usedin */ about this one."

300 schools in 35 states.
In Taegu, 17 law students continued The next two weeks, he said, MIAMI (AP-Florida's Republican I
Line The statement noted that Increasing He was commenting on a report -
: a hunger strike they be- National Conven t Ion
are critical in the campaign for
costs of education had published in a Sidney, Ohio
gan Thursday demanding the delegates meet Monday in Winter
the nomination anda
Republican caused Roman Catholics to ask'or the tabloid
philatedy weekly,
end of military rule in Seoul and Park.
Out bandwagon psychology could public funds for parochial Linn News the
j Wiped the release of students arrestedin The session originally was Stamp saying
develop for Goldwater. schools and that in Protestants
earlier general scheduled ,Soviet Union had issued a stamp
demonstrations. for but
"You'll know in two weeks if : have opposed the re Sunday, some 'in honor of astronauts "Fedor-
TAY NINH, South Viet Nam of the delegates to
were opposed
CLIFFORD WALKER I LOUIS BURKHIM Goldwater blitz will succeed "
a quest. enko, Ussiskin and Wasenko,
u.s. and
(Jungle-trained) meeting on Sunday, said Miami

Vietnamese special forces wiped PLANT CITY Word has Services for Louis J. Burk. he said. millionaire William D. Pawley, "Who are perpetually circlingthe

:, out a vital Communist supply MelonReport been received here of the deathof him, 63, of 710 NE 5th Terr., He said he was not going to I TodayIn who with State GOP Chairman fins.globe in their special cci-

"area along the Cambodian border Clifford Levi Walker, mem- will be Sunday at 10 a.m. at Williams endorse any candidate and that Tom Brown heads the slate.

in a hazardous three-day ber of a Florida pioneer family Thomas Chapel with if any "stop-Goldwater" move- The meeting could turn out to The account, written by the

"scorched earth" operation that and a charter member of Kap-- Rabbi Sidney Lefkowitz officiat- ment developed, "I certainly HistoryBy be a showdown over which of the I stamp weekly's London correspondent -

,ended Thursday night. pa Sigma fraternity at the University would not become a party to it, 34 delegates remain favorable to said the stamp was

The operation west of Tay of Florida.He ing.The retired automobile dealer and ,I would instruct my aides: THE ASSOCIATED PRESS I[Sen. Barry Goldwater, R-Ariz. "sneaked out without further

Ninh may set a new pattern in was a 1922 agriculture died at home Wednesday, not to join it." I Today is Friday, June 5, the The slate once backed the Arizona promotion" by the Soviets and

the war against the elusive Viet LAKELAND-The watermelon graduate of the University and! night after suffering an apparent As for his own future, Nixon 157th day of 1964. There are 209' Senator but became disenchanted -that a memorial had been erect

i Cong. market was weaker this was a member of the Gator: heart attack.He said: "I don't anticipate a draft' days left in the year. with him when he endorsed ed in honor of the space men ata
\ The Viet Cong toll was not morning and demand Today's highlight in history:
was band. was a Gainesville native will take place for me." I' a rival slate backed by place called Saransk.
!,I high-about 25 killed out of 1,500 slow, the Federal-State Market Services were scheduled todayin and his parents were the late Asked if he thought a Nixon- On this date in 1947, Secretaryof U. S. Rep. William C. Cramerof
; men estimated in the area. But News Servtce reported. State George C. Marshall, The correspondent writes under
; Plant City.More Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Burkhim. He'' ticket would be a St. Petersburg in the second

everything the Viet Cong depend Prices per hundredweight, was a World War I veteran anda Goldwater he said "I think the speaking at Harvard Univer primary. I the pen name of R. Y. Me
good one, :
I upon for their sustenance was FOB selling points and FOB member of the Knights of Py Goldwa- sity, announced what became: The Cramer slate lost to the
best ticket would
razed or carried away. delivery points were: Charleston AboutPolitics .. thias and Gainesville Lions ter-Scranton ticket. It the known as the "Marshall Plan. party slate in all but two of Flor I gan.JFK
About tons of rice gets On this date I
1,000 was
j. Grays few Cannonball, Club. ida's 12 congressional districts. School
combination of the Goldwater Ag
destroyed. Thousands of ducks Congo and Garrisonian, 12.16lb. Survivors include two daugh- I In 1723, the political econo-

.1 and chickens were slaughteredor average, $2.50 to $2.75, ters, Mrs. George Levy, Tam-, experience on the national scene mist, Adam Smith, was born. British PIACENZA, Italy (AP) -
and the combination of a big Send
carried off. Dozens of
pigs, In 1781, American troops captured -
mostly $2.75, very few higher; pa; and Mrs. Sherill T. PowellJr. Construction of a $240,000 JohnF.
water buffalo and cows were destroyed. 17-25 lb., $2.75-$3.25 Fort Worth Tex. two sis., Eastern state. Augusta, Ga.
mostly $3; ; I Kennedy agricultural school
26-32 lb., $3.25 to $3.50, mostly From Page 1 ters, Ida Burkhim, Gainesville; I In 1848, the first Wisconsin Rocket Aloft at nearby Bobbio began this

'A 20-mile stretch along the $3.50, very few higher. and Mrs. Wayne M. Neal, Tampa ., More AboutI State Legislature met. week. Officials said (

Vaico Oriental River was left Many shipments rolled un to fund-raising ;. and three grandchildren. In 1917, more than 10.5 million ADELAIDE, Australia (APAfter )- they hoped
a Italian President Antonio
Ie scorched and barren. Winding sold. Shipments from Pallbearers Sledge Pre- Americans registered for the four launch failures in two Segni
dinner in Suffolk County's Hunt-
Teller and Mrs. J ohn F. \
southeastward out of Cambodia, Selective Service draft for weeks Britain's Blue Streak Kennedy
Florida (carlot equivalents): ington Station on Long Island. vatt, Phil Barton, Ben Arnow, ,
the river has been a strategic World War I military service. rocket sent for the first would attend inaugural ceremonies ,
Rail, 10; truck, 280. The main point of his speech: J. B. Carmichael, William.Out- : was up t
waterway for Red guerrillas and In 1944, Allied troops crossedthe time today at the Woomera when it is completed
The weather in South Central The only hope for a Republican en, Jim Wershow, E. B. SappSr. From 1
supplies. Page Tiber River in pursuit of I Range but fell 209 miles shortof early next year.
Florida points, partly in November is for the ., and Bill Sanford.
: The operation was one of the victory : the enemy in World War II. I its Inside cholera 117
cloudy and hot with afternoon party to "develop and stand As an example, he said, it 1,000-mile-mile target.

biggest helicopter-supported pp- showers. firmly upon a platform which BESSIE HAMER might be necessary to blast outa Ten years ago-Secretary of. The 90-ton rocket, which Brit RANGOON, Burma (AP) -
rations of the war. Twenty-five Dulles told
State John Foster
spells out with clarity the di- Services for Bessie Lanning harbor to land troops whereno ain abandoned as a strategic Thirty-three new cases of cholera -
.anned and ten troopcarryingU.S. 80 of 517 NW 34th other means of securing a France and Italy they might weapon in 1960, is being developed -
took UF Law Grad rection in which we as a nation Harmer, including 11 deaths were recorded -
1 helicopters part. lose all U.S. military aid in the
foothold existed. I
to the first
forces must move. Dr., will be Saturday at 3 p.m. I supply stage of in Burma in the past
II, The number of ground Teller, who is now a professor future unless they entered the a rocket to send aloft satellitesin
William Thomas
small-some. 300 Nixon, in Garden City to ad- at the Chapel. week, a Health Ministry state-
was relatively forces 200 Gets Demo Nod dress a testimonial dinner for Burial will follow in Hillcresl of physics at large, said he favored proposed European Defense 1967 or 1968 for the nine-na ment said Thursday. Burma is
Vietnamese special Command. I
Rep. Steven B. Derounlan, R- Memorial Park. She died Thurs- the test ban treaty "be- tion European Space Research second
advis in the throes of its major
Rangers and 20 American VERO BEACH -Chester E. N.Y., told newsmen '"You'll day at Alachua General Hospi cause it is the law of the land," Five years ago Reversinghis Organization.
it outbreak of cholera since last
ers. But the advisers said was Clem Jr. decision of two months ear-
a University of Florida -know in two weeks if a Gold- but said he did not agree with
one of the best-coordinated law graduate in tal.Mrs. research for lier, West German Chancellor November, when more than 200
1963, has water ,'blitz will succeed."_ Harmer was a retired the elimination cf Plans
American Vietnamese' opera- received Konrad Adenauer renouncedhis to Teach persons were reported to have
the Democratic nomination !- peaceful nuclear applications,
The former vice presidentwent clerk and lived here for eight
tions of the war. as judge of Small Claims Ike the blasting of canals. candidacy for the presidency died.
on to suggest that if.Gold- She was a member of
.* American advisers on the 'Court of Indian years. and said he would remainas Masses Read
direct con- River County. water is nominated for 'president Trinity Methodist Church. The dour, bushy b r o wed to
ground maintained Clem"as the son of Mrs. Ruth said chancellor. '
Hungarian-born physicist
could Survivors include I
Republicans arrange a daughter, "DecisionsFor
tact with U.S. helicopters with much over-of I Clem, 1041 NE 7th St., Gaines "perhaps the strongest" team Mrs. Alice H. Steele of Gaines Red China is not an easily de- PARIS (APPreliminary'

lead, dispensing involved in joint 'ville. He has been practicing by running Scranton with him. ville, and three nieces. terrable country. Mt. Etna Hurls planning has begun in the U.N.

the red tape law _here for six months.He But 'in Harrisburg, Scranton "They certainly will not be Educational, Scientific and Cultural -i

American Vietnamese operations More About deterred by a tiger." Ash Organization on a Survival"A
in the past. defeated two opponents in said he would turn down any paper Volcanic program
the ,Democratic Primary and vice presidential bid unless it Other Teller observations: aimed to teach the world's illiterate J

came from convention delegates Current U. S. civil defense CATANIA, Sicily (AP- masses to read and write. national defense talk modein
has no Republican.opposition in person by the noted physicist I
the November election. -rather than the presidential Rocky expenditures completely in- Heavy clouds of black smoke The first step would involve

candidate-and was a genuine effective. It would be more realistic started pouring from the two- spending $33 illion in three-' I

Clem was also named an out. draft.'Emergency'. From 1 if 10 per cent of all defense mile-high central crater of Mt. year literacy campaigns. Dr. Edward TellerUniv.

isiI; standing first year Jaycee and Page money went for civil de Etna as Europe's tallest volcano of Fie. Auditorium

recently was elected to the fense. rumbled back into activity
j time Fri. 8:15
someone else picked Space Ship. .
up p.m.This
Board of Directors of the Vero Some scientists oppose civil Thursday after two weeks of ,
the torch both for
Beach Junior Chamber of Com reasons of defense because "it
Air Test Set measures relative Green Thumbs? .
I equity and strategy. quiet. Explosions every message sponsorH in the
auto claim! service merce. I This is not intended is like passengers on'a ship three to five seconds hurled volcanic ,1 public interest by
as a I IeIi
largest! national I Simulated recovery of a crip- demonstration. of political. mo their.showing lack"..of confidence in ash into the air but no MOSCOW (AP) Soviet scIentists

j' claims network. EXPERT TREESURGERY pled plane will be made Sunday desty. Rockefeller simply is -Larger captain.bombs won't neces- new lava flow was reported. disclosed Thursday they

Contact me today! i by Air Force Reservists during -facing the fact that he would sarily mean more shock. Thereis are planning to grow fresh veg,

/ = I an afternoon training ses probably weaken rather than etables In future Soviet space,
E' I a limit to the size of a bombas Bond Hearing THE STORE WITH MORE
\ 117 N.E. strengthen the antiGoldwatercause ships. j
sion.The far as results are concerned.
,. j "emergency" landing at if-he tried to continue to
What is needed is more nuclear TALLAHASSEE ( e
16th Ave. Gainesville lead it after the California -WHY PAY MOREBUY
*Ds.mossin I Municipal Airport is primary research, not simply bigger Leon Circuit Court set a hearing
1 tv *Ca ity I scheduled for 2 Members .
p.m. of the
.. 2 bombs. for June 30 on a petition
PhoneFRonklin I ; i jfTree-Work of the 932nd Air Force Reserve The governor and some of Nuclear bombs,, properly I State Turnpike Authority to validate ONE GET ONEFREE

*" I Recovery Squadron will control his allies believe that some- of bonds to
,-L Removal used in local ,military operations $665,000 worth
I I ta *Bracing I the landing which includes pos- thing can be rescued for the"Moderate" will stabilize a, war, not build a new interchange in Palm
2-0444 IV*Grove -
sible simulated casualties &ndaircraft cause-even if
-S Vi cause it to spread. Beach County.
I v 1 '- _....- ...;;.; Pruning : damages. I the Arizona senator should be In a democracy- such as The interchange, where Monet -

.Ralph I Turlington I Free',Inspection and Estimates I i nominated the Republican ours, the people should make Road crisses the turnpike -0 = Ctifttoi PA. NTS

Gainesville Sun I platform adopted by the national their decisions as to nuclear : would shorten the time requiredfor mtiltu ,
., convention commits -
P uses, not just the scientists and workers to drive from West '

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power served Reservists
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and entered as second doss !l notice Thursday that the KhruschevSends

matter at the Post Office at II senator would not stand still Install Officers "e AUTO FINANCE, ,
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Friday June 5, 1964 Gainesville Sun 3 .

I L: ': Hies Salute ;Living, Dead In TheCapitol_ IS'EEby I -

r. ]ri D Day a I I

If i!. Anniversary i I it. the SUN I

.i By HARVEY HUDSON nent until two days before it William Tucker of Athol,' WASHINGTON (AP-In the ..
If took place. Mass., a member of the inter- news from Washington:
[OMAHA BEACH France AP) POLICE FIRE REPORT successful breakins were
,, ( I reported 'I
De Gaulle will on Sunday, state Commerce Commission,
,The Allied nations of World go NEW CANAL: The likely within the past 24 hours:
however arrived here today but will not I
to the Mont Valerian Accident Roundup
rar H start two days of cere- routes of a new sea-level Isth- The home of Mrs. Calvin
outside Paris take in the jump.
Cemetery to part
icnies to placea mian canal Panama I Jones, 1007 SW 13th St. Access
today salute the liv- are across Involved in accidents reported l
wreath in honor of the French Lee, who landed at Beuzeville- k-
g and honor the dead of the resistance movement. au-Plain and moved into St. 110 miles east of the Panama j I by> the Gainesville Police Department gained through a window, noth
ormandy the 20th Canal or across Colombia. ing was discovered
invasion ,
on. John.Lee and Robert.Murphy Mere-Eglise at daylight, said "I and Alachua County -

Anniversary of the,assault will re-enact their D-Day role of keep trying to put 'pieces to- This became apparent Thurs- ..: :f..,. $ .t Sheriff's office in the past 24 I missing.
day when in testimony to the ... .y ,. t
Hundreds of D-Day veterans 20 years ago by parachuting intoa gether. It looks different now, House Merchant Marine Com :>:,/ .. ><(;;.: hours were: Fire Calls -

were assembling in the invasion hedge-lined field near St. and so peaceful. Every time we mittee, Secretary of the Army i ,, Arnold Joseph Lasota, 1716) At 4:10 p.m. yesterday, false

area where Americans, British, Mere-Eglise. Lee, president a looked up in 1944 it seemed like Stephen Ailes did not mention NW 3rd Ave., and Edna Chris alarm in the 3000 block of SW

Canadian and ,French soldiers structural steel firm in Worcester another building was being hit proposed routes in Mexico and tine A. Stone, 1606 NE 7th Ter.,, 13th St. ...

stormed ,the beaches on June 6, Mass., and Murphy, an attorney by a shell." just 40 miles east of the present in the first block of NW First t At 5:05 p.m. yesterday, automobile

1944. Most were on private pil- in Westwood, Mass., are Lee, Murphy and Tucker all canal in Panama.. Ave., at 4:45 p.m. 'yesterday. in the 4300 block of SE.
grimages.The members of the official delega- took part in four combat jumps And Ailes specifically ruled a 9th Ave. "

official U.S. delegation, tion. during the war. out a proposed Nicaraguan route Breaking and EnteringThe

; headed by Gen. Omar N. Brad- telling; the committee it is not f a: following attempted or I I
ley, Deputy Secretary of De- being considered because it fa w

l fense Silas Vance, and Gen. f would be "a great deal longer -
1f De Gaulle
t' ; Maxwell Taylor, chairman of a.+ and a great deal more expen- FISHINGFrom I
the Joint Chiefs of Staff, was to sive." f

arrive this afternoon. Gen.Brad- The committee is consideringa .:Z May Extend

(; ley commanded the American bill to authorize a study of ,3

forces on D-Day. Gen. Taylor construction sites for a new Hand to U.S. Steinhatchee, Fla.
parachuted with the 101st Air- canal. Ailes estimated it would d.'e

borne Division, which he com- ___ cost $17.5 million to survey the aY N flU dark minus on'The

manded. Panama and Colombia routes,
Villagers and town officials and he recommended about By'TAD SZULC WINNER'

are offering visitors a warm $300,000 more to examine the i H BiBBBMBBB 1 WASHINGTON PresidentDe

welcome. Because each town possibility of making the pres- Ready for EmergencyCivil Gaulle was reported 65 Feet Long :
that has any claim to strategic ent canal a sea-level one. Thurs-I
to be to
importance in the assault that day 18 Feet Wide
defense officials placed an emergency "pack- new ambassador to Washingtonlater
liberated France wants to pay
its tribute, the observances have LBJ: President Johnson's aged" hospital on display today and tomorrow at the this year as part,of his Coast Guard Inspected&

been spread over two days. committee on employment- of University of Florida Hospital. Dr. Haven M. Perkins effort to make a fresh start in Lounge Snack room bar

President Charles de Gaulle is the handicapped present its (right) demonstrates some of the equipment for Robert France's relations with the'! Leaves Dockat
staying haughtily aloof-just as distinguished service award toWashington's Blackburn (center) and Sam "'. Johnston, Johnson administration. I 7:30
Gallaudet College second medical students. The 200-bed unit a.m.
he did on D-Day. Premier year According to highly reliable Returns 5 to 6
Georges Pompidou had promised Saturday and that evening the which might, be used in the event, of a catastrophe, is to I p.m.
I to attend, but canceled his President will address a centen- includes enough equipment to treat disaster patientsfor sources, the new envoy
be Charles Lucet a 54yearoldcareer
nial banquet at this oldest college one month. It is one of 36 in the state. The hos- ,
acceptance.Gen. for the deaf in the United diplomat, much of whose
Dwight D. Eisenhower, pital is part of the UF's program of Medical Edu- $5.00 per person
in Washington -
supreme Allied commander of States. cation for National Defense (MEND), under Dr. career was spent the $1.00 for Rod & Reel

the invasion forces, wanted De Robert L. Williams, not:pictured. and who now holds
post of political director in
Gaulle to participate hi a D-Day a s e f ll VIET NAM TOLL: The latest the French Foreign Ministry.
address to the French people in Pentagon summary of casualtiesin Trips open to individuals

1944. But De Gaulle wanted to South Viet Nam shows that Laos Unity MoveIs Lucet would replace Herve Sat., Sun. and HolidaysFor

be recognized as ruler of through June 1, 40 Americanswere Alphand, who has served as J

France. killed in noncombat air- French Ambassador to the

./J President Franklin D. Roose- craft accidents and 97 in air ac United States for close to eight Charter Mon., Tues.,

velt said the United States had tion. Another 44 Americans per- Handed Blow years. Diplomatic informants Wed., Thurs. & Fri.

no intention of imposing any -- --. ished in ground fighting. emphasized that while Alphandis
government on the French peo I as highly regarded in Parisas

ple. Without the recognition, De Check That Cough I I I VIENTIANE, Laos (AP- Khang, Khay had been called off ever before, De Gaulle ap-!

Gaulle refused to help with the GREEN LIGHT: The House The three-nation control com- because the Pathet Lao had not I parently believes that a changeis Phone:- Cross City

broadcast, and ever since has A special alert about respiratory diseases was con- passed Thursday a bill to establish given clearance. now in order so that a closer I
been cool to Allied commemorations ducted today at a special information booth at the a 15-member national commission mission today again canceled a I contact be established with HY 8-3423

of the event. Gainesville Shopping Center by University of Florida on food marketing. The trip to meet Prince Souphanouvong Last Sunday, Souphanouvongasked the Johnson may administration.
is also well known that De students Kathy Campbell and Bonnye Duerr, Souvanna halfbrother :: =
It nursing group would study the market- leader of the proCommunist his .
Gaulle was offended because the from left. Bill Ewing, chairman of the County TB ing process from farm to con- Laotian faction, at his to arrange for the departureof Dine With Your Gracious Host .

United States and Britain did and Respiratory Disease Assn., gets an explanationabout sumer.In headquarters near the Plaine the two Pathet Lao minis- TOMORROW'S COMPLETE LUNCHEON

not tell him invasion was inuni.Ecld "RD Alert" from the girls as part of a month- acting, the House cut the des Jarres. ters, their families' and aides

long program throughout the country. (Sun photo amount authorized for the study I and some 100 bodyguards from CANADIAN
by Eddie Davis.) from the $2.5 million voted by: The commissioners, from In- Vientiane. Souvanna agreed, r r. BACON
------- dia Poland and Canada had
he would ask the
the Senate to $1.5 million as saying com- Hot Potato
More About recommended by the House Ag- hoped to persuade Souphanouvong mission to fly them to Hanoi, s Salad
to reconsider his decisionto L.
riculture Committee. The bill: the North Vietnamese capital. j Fror. Green
.n1,> *.1hv+ tnaonr' u''+a' '
withdraw the two remaining Peas
,. -4 returns to the Senate and ,
now I
Hot Com Stick
Gen. Pathet Lao Cabinet ministersin Two new Cabinet memberswere
Taylor probably will wind up in a conference -: & Butter
the Vientiane government. installed, replacing'two
between the two cham: Hot Coffee or COMPLETEYour
left-leaning neutralist ministers
From lAt bers to resolve the differences. Withdrawal would tend to dis- fired Souvanna for Iced Tea "
Page by refusingto
Second Cup of Coffee or Iced Tea
pel any hope of reviving the return from exile in Cam- Is Always FREE.

the time of Normandy, he 'go-and then cleared completely. .'It was the sound I had been Envoy Shot coalition government unitingthe bodia.

had only recently pinned on his listening for-and it was a most three Laotian factions under -
second star and taken commandof beautiful one to hear, to be followed Chauffeur neutralist Premier Prince British sources in London said
"The slowed down to By two Red Chinese soldiers
in plane Souvanna Phouma. Some diplomats are
the 101st Airborne Division by the appearance of an
100 miles an hour the green fear Souphanouvong may being held in Vientiane and one
England.The American soldier. I thought he
light meaning 'jump' came' on. STOCKHOLM, Sweden (AP- try to set up his own Laotian had asked for political asylum. CAFETERIALunch
assault Nazi was the best sight I have
on Germanys ever
Ambassador Abate
The sky was red with rockets- government The two. men were captured by
"Fortress Europe" was thelOlst's seen. There he was, looking justas 11:30 a.m. to 2:05 p.m.
Agede, who was shot twice by forces last month and
flak of all descriptions-a few Commission sources said the Dinner 4:30 p.m. to 8:05 p.m.
in battle. It also I could be-and
tough as justas
baptism the ground. his chauffeur Thursday, was reported -scheduled helicopter flight to were said to be carrying Chinese -
burning planes on
1212 North Main Street
first combat I I he
was Taylor's jump. tough as hoped was. out of danger today. documents.The I
Here, after refreshing his recollection "It was all so fascinating Agede 40 underwent eight GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTERAir
there was no time to be scared.It .I "Thereafter, assembling wenton identity of the two men
is the way Taylor was the greatest show ever slowly. It was nearly day- hours of surgery for wounds in Chinese QuitMongolia has not been verified by the Conditioned Open Daily & Sunday

described that day: put on for a soldier's eye. There light before we had assembledsome the shoulder and abdomen. commission, whose assignmentis o Free Parking 1i
"This was the first action of I 80 to 90 men out of the Police held the chauffeur, Po- to check on violations of the iI Banquet Facilities PHONE 376-4491
the 101st-it had to go right. I was plenty going on-everybody lish-born Vincent Krupsky, 61, 1962 Geneva ,
shooting at something. I 800 troops that were supposed to agreements guar- j
wanted to be that the spirit
sure on suspicion of attempted man- TOKYO AP-Red China Laotian I.
be in the area. ( reported -anteeing neutrality. .
"It thrill to ,
and confidence of the men were was a great get
I slaughter. But the case that another
I visited all units in, their out of the airplane-we jumped group
high. "We the division
artillery raise complications because the of Chinese technicians have left
17 departure areas and talkedto from a height of 500 feet, leaving commander, Gen. Anthony Mc- shooting during an argument for home the Howto electric :
Mongolia bringing buy shaver
from little time to an
the men in groups 1,000 adjust oneself Auliffe, the division chief of occurred inside the embassy, total departures to 3,500. At onetime I
down to 24. before hitting the ground. I staff, the division engineerallthe
which is foreign
technically about in Mon-
12,000 were
"We had an early heavy the ground with a crash and it '
brass with radio
dinner about 6 o'clock. Gen. took an appreciable length cf operators cooks along, KP's-but only territory. golia. (Perfect gift for Father's Day and Graduation)

Dwight D. Eisenhower accom- time to I --- -- --.'.-. .
recover. about 20 riflemen." The report by the New China -- "
panied us to the departure air- "The next problem was to get Forests Burn News Agency gave no indica- 1 i r--- :TV I

field. About 11 o'clock at night- out of 'the 'chute and it was a As Taylor is fond of saying tion the departure was the result f

I it was still daylight thereGen.it battle. I finally had to use my when he looks back on those OTTAWA (AP) About 20- of a worsening of Chinese- LM; ..1 a f

was still daylight there-Gen. trench knife to cut myself out. hectic early hours of the great 000 acres of forest were burnedin Mongolian relations.

Eisenhower went from group to "After I got loose and looked invasion: "Never were so few Canada in April as a result of yx ,

group talking to the men as they around, there was not an American -commanded by so many." 547 fires, the Federal Depart- Mongolia supports Soviet Pre-

got into their parachutes."As to be found. The next ques- It turned out that the wide ment of Forestry reported mier Khrushchev's peaceful coexistence jI! /

we got into the air, dark- tion was-Where was my division -'dispersal of the division provedan Thursday. In April 1963, 486 policy and opposes

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r"' 3frui $nrk Eimra sembled Goldwater the least possible means to discountthe giving President Johnson a

JOHN .. MAKIIION, Pff*J*'t DdblIOArJ By ARTHUR KROCK of any active or receptive effect on the delegates to contest. But, since there is a

4.," .JD: rAT.JOQWIOJlJ COWIKI Tift: V.."."7,Ij.,,.5o., SOUTH II ] WASHINGTON Sen. Barry candidate. The public combi- the national convention at San good basis at present for Nix-

Florida's Beautiful &I4 :,.suUv, J:4Rc' W. G. (awtEJSr.OU Goldwater is making it the nation of the Lodge-for.Presi- Francisco. His accretion of a on's expectation that, in
: : VU r,MW*", M* A*. hard way in his steady progress dent workers with the Rocke- solid bloc of 86 delegates can- clearly impending failure to
University City' ,rtIaIag pir*.uri no* TAETAG.I40KE. feller The real not be argued But in be nominated Goldwater
:, VU. rsldul .a4 .ClnaJa. I By RALPH McGILL: toward the Republican organization. away. ,
$1.. Xp..r, 01 r.W..r tt. Pr).. Willa", riblUher I nomination for president in and pretended misunderstandings the six weeks remaining before would first attempt to transferto
A"- (Gel c..us.u.. 1964. In the California primary of Goldwater's positions the convention assembles Nixon whatever of his delegate -

THE SUN'S POLICY he had to overcome five on the issues the inevitable there is time for another and strength he still could

1. Report the news fully and Impartially in the new columns. .. Nehru obstacles, any one of which product of thinking aloud be- final desperate try at a' Stop- control, the remaining hope of

2. Express th.. opinions; of the Sun in-but only In-editorials. \ might have denied him his fore due reflection, and his Goldwater movement. a Stop-Goldwater movement

3. Publish all tides of Important controversial issues. narrow margin of victory over difficulty with clear oral state- if any, rests on the attitude toward

The Sun'i All : Gov. Rockefeller. These obstacles ment. The distaste of many FOR REAL progress, how- it of Scranton.The .
telephones: Departm.nts372.8441i" And were; Republicans especially in the ever, it will have to form current trend of Penn-

Want Ads-376-4672 : '_ neighborhoods of San Francisco around a willing or plainly acquiescent sylvania Republican leadersis
;: .
THE ADVERSE psychological and San Diego, at the pros- Republican leader; to disbelieve that Scranton

1 i: GandhiThey effect undecided voters pect that Goldwater's victory who, in contrast to Rockefeller would cooperate even passively -

I Honor Students implicit in the large percentage would turn over the state and Lodge, was not'elimI- with this effort. But he will

of the sample polls that party organization to his campaign nated by the state primaries be subject to heavy pressure.

burned the body of t forecast his defeat"; emphat- manager, former Sen. and conventions already con- In the nation as in California,
Scholastic honor awards are dropping They are often the key that unlocksa cluded. Former Vice President !-
Jawaharlal (precious jewel of ically if the voting was heavy, William F. Knowland.But press opposition and not
like apples in the fall on the scholarship that helps defray the a son) Nehru on a heap of which it was. The timing and because the Arizona Nixqn and Gov. Scrantonof only In the editorial columns

heads of high school and college costs of a college education. aromatic sandlewood; they the content of Gen. Eisenhow Senator barely surmounted Pennsylvania are obviouslythe '- to the choice of Goldwaterat

graduates this week. Unlike apples, heard the soul go free when I er's word-portrait of the most these high hurdles, his party only persons in this cate- San Francisco is predomi

however they don't grow on trees. They are noted carefully by future the skull popped; they desirable nominee that re opponents will seek by every gory with a visible chance of nant. Also, Eisenhower's

They are the result of hard work, employers who comb the college sprinkled his ashes, with love word-portrait of the most desirable -
and tears the nominee and its timing
keen interest in learning and alert campuses nowadays for likely pros. ers of the holy rivers... PASSING OR PERMANENT? bore all the marks of a

and attentive minds. pects. And they attract the atten- planned anit-Goldwater inter-

tion of college faculty members who There is a certain relevancein vention. And he did not specifically !-

Schools long have made it a are interested in steering a bright the life of Prime Minister repudiate this common
Nehru and the racial demon- Republican DespairBy
practice to ,give recognition: to the and ambitious student into a field strations on the siewalksof hours interpretation before the until orimarv.the last

better students. But until recent of, study for which he or she may be some of our cities before -

years' the awards were often quickly especially fitted. schools, courts and those pub- RICHARD WILSON aster. Some surveys show thata off the mark.A BUT THE RESULT in Cal- '

forgotten except by the recipientsand lic enterprises that insist on Chief, CowlesWashington large percentage of Republicans series of primary elections ifornia reduces the \
discrimination. The Bureau as high as 40 per cent in the Republican Party \
tactics of
their parents. The recognition and applause that Gandhi in them. CLEVELAND, Ohio Rare. in some areas, are likely to extending from mid-March to that the General could pre- \\
come with the announcement of are ly has despair fixed itself so vote for President Johnson June 2 illustratde that no vent the nomination of Gold- \:

Today they mean a ,great deal these awards at this year's: commencement NEHRU SPENT almost 12 firmly on a political party as against any Republican nom- single personality has cap water if, committed to attempt
the Republican Party to- tured the imagination of the this he waits until the
exercises no longer stop years of his life in jail for upon
more. They are almost certain guarantees :- day. From New Hampshire to inee.One general observationmay whole party. To the contrary, convention period. And, while
when the demonstrations. His
for high school graduatesthat are over. Theywon't relatives and friends daughter, California! and now even in have some point. When the lesson of the primary Scranton resembles the Eisenhower .
carry the recipients along on Ohio, the erosion of Republican the Republican Party is seen elections taken as a whole is "profile" more than
they will be accepted in one of their journey. forever but they'll were jailed. Literally thous. strength is visible. at its grass roots level in such that Republicans do not like any Republican under the serious -
ands of
the better colleges of their choice. help. because Indians were imprisoned This is the way the Repub- widely separated states as very well any of the men who scrutiny of the party pro-

of demonstra- lican Party was in 1936: It is New Hampshire and California consider themselves to be in fessionals, its closest visible

tions and protests against the way the Democratic Partywas it does not seem to be line for the presidency.IT likenesses were to the Gen-

News Access British restrictions. Protest in 1920. And this is the very close to the masses of eral himself (who is constitutionally -
III Restricting crowds of a million persons way it was long before then, the people. A Republican rally SHOULD be recognized ineligible) and to his

were not uncommon.In when the Whigs disintegratedand is likely to attract some however, that on the right brother, Dr. Milton Eisenhow

l Assistant Defense Secretary Ar- However, Sylvester is the who 1951, at the time of the Republican Party was very pleasant, well behaved side of the Republican Party
man formed in the middle of the there is dedicated er.The
India's first elections and well-groomed people. But a group of California
thur Sylvester, the Pentagon's infor- talked about primary
using news as a "weapon" writer talked, in preparationfor last century. one sees very few of the minority conservatives of varying hues
mation chief, has issued a new order during the Cuban crisis and said a later visit with Nehru Despair in politics, how groups and even less of who have had enough of me- hopefully exploded one myth
which probably will make it more the government has the right to lie, with one of his staff.I ever, need not be permanent.The the labor groups. The observer tooism in the GOP and if they which miraculously survived

I difficult to get information from if necessary, when facing nuclear Democratic Party could does not sense that he is are denied their choice, Senator after its exposure as such in
mentioned that Mr. Nehru the Goldwater, at the July the 1948 election
I Pentagon news sources. war. never have reached a lower among common people. of President
seemed a very reflective man ebb than when Woodrow Wilson convention even the Senator Truman, and after another in
...given to introspection."Sir THIS IMPRESSIONISTIC himself may not be able to
sick and deluded senile-
The order calls for the Oregon primary of 1964.
j weekly reportsto The Sylvester them ,
order probably will reaction is reinforced by anal- salvage as willing sup-
ly plotted for a third term
said the aide "let This Is, that when the
Sylvester's office "on interviews of
I make officials more reluctant to talk and refused to endorse his yses of the vote which show porters nominee.

granted by departmental personnelat to reporters. The danger is that this me this give- never you a put truism.an intro-It is son-in-law, William Gibbs Mc- that the Democratic Party'sstrength Whoever is finally nominated polls accurate largely forecasts.But agree. they are

the seat of government." The reports may result in concealment of infor- spective man in jail...it gives Adoo, for the presidency. But is in the urban cen is not likely to have enthusiastic another myth, now being
ters. what
But is -
more significant
must list the name of the in- mation to protect the military from him too much time for intro- even so the Republican resurgence these analyses also across-the- invoked against Goldwat
lasted for 12
terviewer the person interviewed, embarrassment rather than for sec spection." Nor could the only Republican show that suburban areas board support of Republicans, er's nomination, Is that, if he
the subject discussed and years. to of the few is chosen, he will set the .
I whetheran urity reasons. However diligent re.. Party have fallen low- which, in the immediate post- say nothing policies

information officer was present'at porters still will be able to get information "YOU THINK the long er than the debacle of 1936, war period, had a Republican Democrats outside the South of Republican Party for

the time of the interview. from.other years of imprisonment left a when its nominee carried two coloration are now revertingto who seem to be dissatisfied the next four years win or
sources.includingmembers mark?" lose. The record of
states. The Democratic resurgence the Democratic Party. with their party. Republican contrary
The order of Congress. "I know so. I could not put then lasted 20 years, Democrats who became Dem- politicians from New 'Hampshire political history! most. recently -
from one issuedin my finger on a certain aspect was broken by Eisenhowerand ocrats again. This phenomenon to California have the after the unsuccessful candidacies

1962, at the time of the Cuban Both the Defense Department and of Mr. Nehru's personality, may have resumed again has been discovered in feeling that they are about to of Landon, Willkie

crisis, only in that the reports must the State Department issued ordersat and say, This was caused by for a long period. the New York and Chicago nominate a caretaker for and Dewey, is that the national

., be sent to Sylvester's office rather the time of the Cuban crisis being in a jail cell for weary suburbs.If their party for the next fouror policies ofthe defeated
than to information chiefs of the 're- months on end.' But I do know THERE ARE some strange this trend is to continue, eight years. If recent experience party are made by its representatives -
various quiring reports of all interviews with that in that total of almost a manifestations at present and if both the central cities is of any account in Congress. More-

services-Army, Navy and newsmen. The State Departmentlater dozen years in various pris- which lead some politiciansto and the suburban complexesare this is a delusion. Nobody over, if Goldwater is nominated !-
Force. The previous order apparently suspended its order. President ons one might say the iron speculate that the Republican to be strongholds of the could take care of the Re- and loses the election, f

has gradually become inoperative Kennedy announced he would take entered into his soul. He did Party as it has been Democratic Party the prophets publican Party in its present he will be out of the Senate

since the Cuban crisis end- steps to remove the controls. The not become bitter to the'point known Is on the brink'of dis of disaster may not be far state of disarray. as well. I Ity

ed. The new order that his perspective was spoil
comes at the time I*Pentagon
policy .
however hasn'tbeen
ed. Bitterness is perhaps the
of a crisis in Southeast
changed. most destructive poison DEAN OF INTERPRETIVE NEWS COLUlINISTSAsian

known to man. But he did be-

Justification for the order cannotbe Perhaps the House Government Information come somewhat intolerant, or

found in the reasons given by impatient with discriminations -
Subcommittee should renew Balance of PowerBy
Sylvester. He says it is a way of its study of handling news dur- injustices and wit h

"keeping up" with what is of interest ing a foreign relations those who want to wait an
crisis. After
undetermined time to do the
to newsmen and is an .aid. in investigating, this problem-l rjn t the_ just and moral thing. WALTER LIPPMANNThe of India.Pakistan cannot be bution to the eventual stabilization In an Asian country wouldbe
"showing what
should '
be exploited Cuban confrontation, Committee "Mr. Nehru has a contempt measured in terms of army of Southern Asia and to show a wanton disrespect -
ot Jawaharlal
more. Chairman ,John E. 'Moss ,(Dem.,, lor. hypocrisy. 'I. have seen Nehru has come at a time of divisions, tanks and air of the islands of the South for the opinion of man

I Calif.) said access to news r should him getup' and leave a room great uncertainty, and change squadrons. The crucial fact Pacific. In the foreseeable future kind. Such disrespect does not
A charitable when holding about the great subcontinentis China is quite incapableof because
interpretation of the be assured at such a time But his some person was in.the. Asian balance of pow- go unpunished we
forth with that it has shown itself high- challenging this great stop It would be
order could be that it is an effortto an argument or It the our ears. our
guard against recommendation that the committee,,m a< line of comment that Mr. er., compounds uncer- ly immune to the kind of force, and the central busi- day of infamy if we used our
release of For what happens in
mislead- draw tainty.
up guidelines for handling'the, ness of a serious assessmentand
Nehru knew to be intellectually pressure and propagandaand superior power to "destroythe
ing information India the
by or more exactly
unauthorized persons news during crisis infiltration which has been planning of United
a has notJ>een.. dishonest or hypocriti Indian subcontinent which entire military, Industrial -
in the Jefense Department.: carried' out ** cal. He has," said the aide causing so much of Southeast States policy is to come to an and economic infra-struc
includes Pakistan will affect
in "an of Asia to crumble.If understanding of the natureof ture" of
( 1951)) understanding the future of Asia as a whole.At a country with whichwe
America's racial problem. But ,India is to be conqueredby our own power. are not at war. This wouldbe

he condemns the false argu- worst, India will, as so China, it will have to be the way to destroy our influence -

ments used by those who delay often in the past, become by direct and overt military THE ESSENTIAL problem in Asia, not to preserve

Voice of the doing what is morally fragmented. Nehru was not aggression, by the kind of arises from the fact that our and consolidate t he
national hero but also
People right on behalf of other human only a aggression which is unmistakable forces are infinitely more destructive American presence in the Pa
the direct heir of Mahatma -
I beings who are denied as and is indubitably a than any other forces cHic and in Asia.
dignity and opportunity." an anointed man. casus belli under international in the region, includingthe

On The Sun's Opinion j jOpIIORS I Lacking such a ruler there law and the charter of the Chinese forces. The THE FUNDAMENTAL principle -

Page "DO YOU THINK Mr. Nehru could be a great disorder United Nations. This point is American power is so over- to which we must sub-

.Jd c..ts .f s... ,..cI.,. s,. wtlcom. fully subscribed to Mr.Gandhi's among the many tribes, critically important in any whelmingly great that it can- .
In ject
vOic. ourselves
Must be aigucl sad Ner the writs's ...,.... N.", will be'h.withheld.1 if th. People coJ"'L Latter. theories nonviolence clans, castes and sects which evaluation of our own foreign not be used for example, as is that American !
rqueite4. A letter
BOt GeM 500 'w.rds sad .ust be .. sIa..1eI sea and air
S. tile right to nJect letter wvitt only o".aicl. of lhe poper. PoetrF c...... .. ..... n. ?" comprise Indian society.At policy in Asia. For it would not be used, for example, a as power can
"l.r.eune. say or to short. it, witlHtlft C"ltl'' the writer' ...aI.. or "Completely. We, a people best which we may justify, it seems to me, a fellow travelers of Sen. Bar- be used only if and when the

without weapons, were ableto dare to think is possible India firm commitment to go to the ry Goldwater have been proposing United States Is acting, as
BackgroundOn wide variety of sports. He was general manager of the store. bring the British empire to under Nehru's successor defense of India-Pakistan if to intimidate North it did In the Korean War, under
class president at He initiated a 5-day work concede our freedom. We did will not only consolidate itself the Chinese attacked them. Viet Nam and China by an international sanction.
BarryEDITOR Phoenix Union High School week for aH but will also with What we do not have and
in 1923 but employees and so with non-violence with goon The other strong position in bombing them "coolly yet
completed his secondary provided liberal life insurance the task which Nehru had what we need now in South
demonstrations and protects.: massively", while we "stopour
Sun: It was with education South Asia is held by the
at east Asia Is
great interest that I read the Staunton hospital and surgical Jail became a badge of honor.It just begun before his death, ears to a fearful world- treaty guaran-
Military Academy In Lexington policies to employees. In 1962 of making with Pakistan United States, and it con- wide teeing the independence of the
letter written by a Citizen in Virginia. was hard. It was not easy. peace clamor until the job is
the Sunday issue (May 31)) of ton, Barry Boldwater While at Staun- Barry Goldwater assumed the But it was the only weaponwe turning what is hostile sists of our sea and air forc done." countries of Southeast Asia,

The Sun. The questions raised the swimming captained title of chairman of the boardof had in our fight for liberty co-existence into some kind es. The presence of these This is as foolish as it is a treaty which Is signed and

regarding Senator Goldwater's won the state team which the Goldwater family busi- and independence. .. of collaboration.THE forces in the South Pacific immoral. It is foolish because ratified by all the great powers .

family are quite pertinentand in 1927 the year championship before ness, which had merged with "You cannot," he said, "putan and, increasingly, in the In- for the United States to intervene that are concernednameI
he Associated Dry Goods Corp., INHERENT strength dian Ocean is real contri- ly, China, the Soviet Union
our with
are deserving of an answer graduated. When he idea or a cause in jaiL such'savage cruel-
graduated and his brother Robert remained India and Pakistan, the United
in 1928 he was awarded Mr. Gandhi and Mr. Nehru,
as PresIdent. In 1963 States Britain and France.
Barry Goldwater was born the Kable Medal and thousands Of Indian
as the .
outstanding the POTOMAC
sold the FEVERBy
department foreboding that
New we are
Year's Day 1909, In all-round cadet wentto jail for protests. But

Phoenix the son of Baron He then attended the Un There store have been several. excellent our cause won. Jack Wilson, Cowles Washington Bureau on from the verge Asia and of being the Western expelled -

Goldwater, a dry goods store verslty of Arizona, where he "Do you remember Socra-
owner whose own father bad pledged Sigma Chi books written about tes' 'Apology'?" Goldwater says he didn't mean. It when he said we should use Atomic Pacific is quite unreal American
immigrated to the U.S. in 1852 and was elected class presi Barry Goldwater and' his :I confessed I was vague. bombs in Viet Nam. Barry's problem is too many opponents Rockefeller sea and air power command
from famfly. They include 'Barry Lodge, Eisenhower Goldwater the whole Pacific
Konin Poland. Baron dent for the second semester. "It goes like this," he said.
Goldwater Freedom Is His -
Goldwater was Jewish and In March 1929 Ocean, and there is no serious -
father died Flight Plan" "Mr. Nehru used it often. Socrates
his wife. Josephine Williams of a heart attack leaving a vative "Mr. Conser- said 'Men of Athens, I The Governor of Oregon will keyrote the GOP convention. That's the Republicans rival sea and air power

is a Nebraska Episcopalianand fortune of slightly less than and "Barry: Barry Goldwater Goldwater'- Portrait honor and love you; but I for you-start right off talking through their Hatfield.It's on these waters, as there \
graduate nurse. Barry 1300,000 and was when Japan had a great .-
young Barry left of an Arizonian" and shall obey God rather than
was the first child, followed college to become the navy. Our problem fa the Pa-
man and while I have I
are available life
at book. you
by his brother Robert and of the family.He any easy to understand why Nasser is so plca-ed about Russia's help with cHic Is net how to make our
store. The and I shall
of strength
sister Carolyn (Mrs. Bernard story Goldwat never the Aswan dam it will give his credible ,
began working at Goldwater' er's family is an extremely cease from the practice and country 30 per cent more ,Arable land.A power how to make
Erskine of Scottsdale, Arizona ourselves feared
Department Store in interesting one and certainly teaching of philosophy...' perhaps by I
). The children were raisedin deserves be Senate committee opens hearings on a public disclosure bill. It's a stiff one,: coolly yet massively destroy
to studied
the Phoenix as "junior"clerk by all "I hope to see him tomor it would
a make
Episcopalian Church. citizens. every senator say whether he ever' _heard the 'name' Bobbj. big a country. Our problem is I
As a child Goldwater making deliveries row. Baker. .
Barry working hi WILLIAM c. CUETT to legitimatize our presence In
JR. "When do, keep in mind
atteDded:PJJoeDfz:public the stock and you
room selling. State Director AsiasadlnthePacificasthepossessor ::
schools and participated in a At the of 27 he became that be spent more than a The Scranton-for-President headquarters- THe '
age Youth for Goldwater decade in prison for now open. ceremony was of this monopoly of
1 cause.
delayed until the
fri could arrange a engagement. force.
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Oiahttsuillt 1t Job for Next 6 .. Weeks

.4w .,

.... THE t :<< Ntm dark wimt sembled Goldwater the leastof possible means to discountthe giving President Johnson a

,any active or receptive effect on the delegates to contest. But since there is a 1
__ blUktri rAT COWLZS. Vie FrciV. SOUTHBy WASHINGTON Sen. Barry candidate. The public combi- the national convention at San good basis at present for Nix
dealt ED JOHNSON Tic resident nation of the Lodge-for-President Francisco. His accretion of a on's expectation that, in
fry Goldwater is making it the
= Florida's Beautiful an* ExecBtlT Edlt r| W. G. (afar workers with the Rocke- solid bloc of 86 delegates can- clearly impending failure to
Tic President and Ale hard way in his steady progress
'. feller organization. The real not be argued away. But in be nominated, Goldwater
TcrtlflBf DirtcUri BOB TABTAG- toward the
-- 'University: City tI. f : LIONE. Tic President and ClrcmU- I RALPH Pris Winning McGILLPelitses PvklUkerOl nomination for president Republican in and pretended misunderstandings the six weeks remaining be- would first attempt to transferto

= ton Manager. like AtUaU.' (Ga.) CouUtntlm 1964. In the California pri- of Goldwater's positionson fore the convention assembles Nixon whatever of his dele-

the issues the inevitable there is time for another and gate strength he still could
THE SUN'S POLICY mary he haa'to overcome five
:t.. obstacles, any one of which product of thinking aloud before final desperate try at a Stop- control, the remaining hope of

1. Report the news fully and impartially in the news columns. & NehruAnd might have denied him his due reflection, and his Goldwater movement. a Stop-Goldwater movement,

;=., 2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in-editorials. of difficulty with clear oral statement if any, rests on the altitude toward ;

= 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. .. narrow Gov. Rockefeller.margin victory These over obstacles The distaste of many FOR REAL progress, how- it of Scranton. :

= The Sun's telephones All Departments-372-8441 were:. Republicans, especially in the ever, it will have to form The current trend of Penn- ';

= Want Ads-376-4672 neighborhoods of San Francisco around a willing or plainly acquiescent sylvania Republican leadersis 'j

THE ADVERSE psychological and San Diego, at the pros- Republican leader to disbelieve that Scranton \

effect on undecided voters pect that Goldwater's victory who, in contrast to Rockefeller would cooperate even passively -

GandhiThey implicit in the large percentage would turn over the state and Lodge, was not eliminated with this effort. But he will

4 : Honor Students of the sample polls that party organization to his cam- by the state primariesand be subject to heavy pressure.In .

forecast his defeat emphat- paign manager, former Sen. conventions already con- the nation as in California,

=- Scholastic Honor awards are drop- They are often the key that unlocksa Jawaharlal burned the body of of ically if the voting was heavy, William F. Knowland.But cluded. Former Vice Presi- press opposition and not
(precious jewel because the Arizona dent Nixon and Gov. Scrantonof only in the editorial columns
== ping like apples in the fall on the scholarship that helps defray. the a' son) Nehru on a heap of which it was. The timing Eisenhower's and Senator barely surmounted Pennsylvania are obviouslythe to the choice of Goldwaterat

= heads of high school and college costs of a college education. aromatic sandlewood; they the content of Gen. this
word-portrait of the most these high hurdles, his party only persons in cate- San Francisco is predomi-

nr graduates this week. Unlike apples, heard the soul go free when desirable nominee that rePASSING- opponents will seek by every gory with a visible chance of nant. Also. Eisenhower's

= however, they don't grow on trees. They are noted carefully by future the skull popped; they word-portrait of the most de-

IT" They are the result of hard work, employers who comb the college sprinkled his ashes, with love OR PERMANENT? sirable nominee and its tim-
and tears, on the turgid waters -
bore all the marks of
I" keen interest in learning and alert campuses nowadays for likely pros of the holy rivers... planned ing anit-Goldwater inter-a

2. and attentive minds. pects. And they attract the atten- .
vention. And he did not specifically
There is a certain relevanceIn
tion of college faculty members who Republican Despair repudiate this common
the life of Prune Minister
= Schools long have made it a are interested in steering a bright Nehru and the racial demon- interpretation until the last .

= practice to give recognition to the and ambitious student into a field strations on the siewalks of By RICHARD WILSON aster. Some surveys show thata off the mark.A hours before the primary. ,I

= better students. But until recent of study for which he or she may be some of our cities before Chief, CowlesWashington large percentage of Republicans series of primary elections BUT THE RESULT in Cal

= years, the awards were often quickly especially fitted. schools, courts and those public Bureau as high as 40 per cent in the from Republican mid-March Party to ifornia reduces the possibilitythat I
I enterprises that insist on ,CLEVELAND, Ohio-Rare- in some areas, are likely to extending the General could pre-
= forgotten except by the recipients Johnson June 2 illustratde that no
for President
discrimination. The tactics of ly has despair fixed itself so vote vent the nomination of Gold-

E and their parents. The recognition and applause that Gandhi are in them. firmly on a political party as against any Republican nom- single personality has captured water if, committed to attempt

come with the announcement of upon the Republican Party to inee. the imagination of the this he waits until the

these awards at this day. From New Hampshire to One general observationmay whole party. To the contrary,
year's com NEHRU SPENT almost 12 convention period. And, while
E Today they mean a great deal in the lesson of the primary
mencement exercises no longer stop years of his life in jail for California, and now even have some point. When elections taken whole is Scranton resembles the Eisenhower
= more. They are almost certain guar- Ohio, the erosion of Republican the Republican Party is seen as a
demonstrations. His than
when the ceremonies daughter, "profile" more
are over. They that Republicans do not like
is visible. level in such
= antees for high school graduates relatives and friends also strength at its grass roots who any Republican under the ser-
won't the well of the men
carry recipients along very any
on This is the way the Republican widely separated states as
} II that will be accepted in of were jailed. Literally thous- consider themselves to be in ious scrutiny of the party professionals
they one their journey forever but they'll Party was in 1936: It is New Hampshire and Califor-
ands of Indians were Impris- its closest visible
the the Democratic Party nia it does not to be line for the presidency.IT .
'1 the better colleges of their choice. help. oned because of demonstra- way seem likenesses were to the Gen-
was in 1920. And this is the close to the masses of
j = tions and very eral himself who is constitu-
protests against SHOULD be recognized (
way it was long before then, the people. A Republican rally -
British restrictions. Protest however, that on the right tionally ineligible) and to his
when the Whigs disintegratedand is likely to attract some
!y. i Restricting News Access. crowds of a million persons the Republican Party was very pleasant, well behaved side of the Republican Party brother, Dr. Milton Eisenhower.

I were not uncommon.In formed in the middle of the and well-groomed people. But there is a dedicated group of

-- 1951 at the time of last century. one sees very few of the mi- conservatives of varying hues The California primary
It : Assistant Defense Secretary Arthur However Sylvester is the who
man who have had enough of me-
l'' India's first elections, the Despair in politics, how- nority groups and even less of hopefully exploded one myth
: Sylvester, the Pentagon's information talked about using news as a "weap writer talked, in preparationfor ever, need not be permanent.The the labor groups. The observer tooism in the GOP and if they which miraculously survived

: chief, has issued a new order on" during the Cuban crisis and said a later visit with Nehru, Democratic Party could does not sense that he is are denied their choice, Sen- after its exposure as such in
ator Goldwater at the
r.i : which probably will make it more the government has the right to lie, with one of his staff.I never have reached a lower among the common people. convention even, the Senator July the 1948 election of President

difficult to get information from if necessary, when facing nuclear ebb than when Woodrow Wilson himself not be able to Truman, and after another in
mentioned that Mr. Nehru THIS IMPRESSIONISTIC may
senilely the Oregon primary of 1964.
sick and deluded, -
Pentagon news sources. war. them willing
salvage as
seemed a reflective man reaction is reinforced by analyses sup-
plotted for a third term This is, that when the sample
.. to of the vote which show porters of the nominee.
r .given introspection. and refused to endorse his polls largely agree, they are
The order calls for weekly reports The Sylvester order probably will that the Democratic Party's Whoever is finally nominated -
"Sir said the aide "let son-in-law, William Gibbs Mc- accurate forecasts.But .
t, to Sylvester's office "on interviews make officials more reluctant to talk me give, you a truism. It is Adoo, for the presidency. But strength is in the urban cen is not likely to have enthusiastic another myth, now be

granted by departmental personnelat to reporters. The danger is that this this never put an intro- even so the Republican resurgence ters. But what is more signi- ,across the- ing invoked against Goldwat-
the seat of government." The reports may result in concealment of information spective man in jail..it gives lasted for only 12 show ficant, that these suburban analyses areas board support of Republicans, er's nomination, is that, if he

o must list the name of the in- to protect the military from him too much time for intro- years. Nor could the Repub- which, in the immediate post- to say nothing of the few is chosen, he will set the policies
have fallen low-
Party of Republican Party for
: terviewer the person interviewed, embarrassment rather than for sec- spection. er than the debacle of 1936, war period, had a Republican Democrats outside the South the next four years win or 'l
the subject discussed and whether coloration are now revertingto who seem to be dissatisfiedwith
urity reasons. However, diligent reporters when its nominee carried two lose. The contrary record of
an information officer was present still will be able to get information of left long states. The Democratic resurgence the Democratic Party. their party. Republican political history, most recent.
years imprisonment a Democrats who became politicians from New Hampshire -
I at the time of the then lasted 20 years,
from other sources, including mark?" This ly after the unsuccessful candidacies
broken Eisenhowerand ocrats again. phenomenon to California have the
members of Congress. "I know so. I could not put was have resumed againfor has been discovered in feeling that they are about to of Landon, Willkie

: The order differs from one issued my finger on a certain aspectof may the New York and Chicago nominate a caretaker for and Dewey, is that the nation.

: in 1962, at the time of the Cuban Both,the Defense Department and Mr. Nehru's personality, a long period. suburbs.If their party for the next fouror al policies of the defeated '>

: crisis, only in that the reports must the State Department issued ordersat and say, 'This was caused by THERE ARE some strange this trend is to continue, eight years. If recent ex- party are made by its repre.
being in a jail cell for weary manifestations at present and if both the central cities perience is of any account sentatives in Congress. Moreover
: be sent to Sylvester's office rather the time of the Cuban crisis requiring months on end.: But I do know which lead some politiciansto and the suburban complexesare this is a delusion. Nobody if Goldwater is nominated

than to information chiefs of the reports of all interviews with that in that total of almost a speculate that the Repub- to be strongholds of the could take care of the Re- and loses the election, i

:: various services-Army, Navy and newsmen. The State Departmentlater dozen years in various pris- lican Party as it has been Democratic Party, the prophets publican Party in its present he will be out of the Senateas

: Air Force. The previous order apparently suspended its order. President ons one might say the iron known is on the brink of dis- of disaster may not be far state .of disarray. well.

:. has gradually become inoperative entered into his soul. He did
Kennedy announced he would take June 7, at 4 p.m. at the church. administered during Sunday
not become bitter to the point
= since the Cuban crisis end steps to remove the controls. The COLORED NEWS There will be an interesting: services. Church School, 10 a.m.;
that his
1 perspective was spoiled. -
:. ed. The new order comes at the time Pentagon policy, however, hasn't Bitterness is perhaps the program rendered in the mail morning worship, 11 a.m.; and

::: of a crisis in Southeast Asia. been changed. most destructive poiso n B.. F.. Childs.. Colored News Editor auditorium of the church by talents ., evening worship, 7:30 p. m.
--- --- ---
I from various churches of Plans will be completed for theMen's
known to man. But he did be- FRIENDSHIP CHOIR, son and Lucile Parker, daughters the---- ----- --- Day after the morning

=- Justification for the order cannot Perhaps the House Government In- come somewhat intolerant, or The Friendship Choirs' Union ; Willie Mae McCloud, The city."Tea Sip" and also social worship, Rev. W. L. Souder, pas-

=- be found in the reasons given by formation Subcommittee should renew impatient with discrimina- will present its Inspirational granddaughter. hour will be observed in the

Sylvester. He it is of tions, injustices and with Program Monday, June 8, at 8 tor.Mt.
= says a way its study of handling news daring basement after the program. Moriah Baptist-Sunday
those who want to wait
= "keeping up" with what is of interest a foreign relations crisis. After an p.m.There CHURCH PROGRAMThe The president, Mrs. Arizona School, 9:45 a.m.; morning wor-
undetermined time to do the of
will be a business Layman's Department
\ Willard, and also members of ship, 11 a.m. and evening
to worship
newsmen and is aid in ;
an this
problem during the
and moral
just thing. the the Hill Church
= meeting during program Spring Baptist the Organ Guild are expectingyou Communion, 6:30
"showing what fields should be exploited Cuban confrontation, Committee "Mr. Nehru has a contemptfor F. G. Wingate, president; Mrs. is sponsoring a literary extravaganza and yours to be present. The pledge rally will come to p.m.a

::- more." Chairman John E. Moss (Dem., hypocrisy. I have seen G. L. Souder, pastor. today at 8 p.m. at the Mrs. Aruzona Willard, presi- close during these services.

Calif.) said access to news shouldbe him get up and leave a room church. dent; Mrs. Esther Black, re- Rev. L. A. Tillman, pastor;
= A charitable when some person was hold- NOTICE 4- The public is invited. Mrs. J.
interpretation of the assured at such a time. But his porter. Gainey, reporter. Bap-
ing forth with an argument or There will be chitterlings tist Training Union 5:30
= order could be that it is an effortto recommendation that the committee o p.m.
a line of comment that Mr. dinners sold Saturday at the LIBRARY HOURTe Mt. Carmel Baptist
= guard against release of mislead- draw up guidelines for handling the Nehru knew to be intellectually home of Mrs. Ona Mae Pyles library at the Friendship NAACP MEETINGThe School, 10 a.m. morning wor-

= ing information by unauthorized per news during a crisis has not been dishonest or hypocritical. of 614 S.W. 3rd St., in behalf Baptist Church will be open' National Association for ship, Baptism 11 a.m.; B.T.U.,

= sons in the Defense Department. carried out. He has," said the aide of the First Baptist Church. Sunday at 5:30 p.m. the Advancement of Colored. 5:30 p.m.; and evening worship,
.__ .1 in "an of For service call Fr. entitled "Life of People will meet on the ground 7
( 1951) understanding delivery The film, p.m. Rev. T. A. Wright, pas-
'America's racial problem. But 28456. Mrs. Bessie M. Johnson the Late President John F. floor at the Mr. Carmel Baptist tor; Mrs. Esther W. Hamm, re-
Church June 8 at 8
he condemns the false argu- reporter. Kennedy" will be shown. p.m. porter. I
I ments used by those who delay All interested adults and II

Voice of the I doing what is morally BROOKER NEWS children are invited to attend. SUNDAY SCHOOL ) bituaritc ;

People right on behalf of other human Notice There is no admission price. There will be services at the I

I beings who are denied The Sunland Chorus will'ren Mrs. SjVI. White, sponsor. Hopewell Baptist Church June t

dignity and opportunity." der a program at the Greater 11 at 8 p.m. in behalf of the SAMUEL BROCKINGTON

I On The Sun's I Bell Church Sunday,; June 7, BIBLE SCHOOLChildren Sunday School. Final rites for Samuel J.
= Opinion Page will
= "DO YOU THINK Mr. Nehru at 5:30 p.m. I who plan to attend Brockington. be held Sundayat
fully subscribed to Mr. This promises to be an in- the Vacation Bible 3 p.m. from the Church of
= Opinions and comments of Sun readers Daily
are welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters God in Christ in Alachua with
must .. signed and beer the writer's ddress. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should Gandhi's theories of nonviolence teresting entertainment, and School at the Friendship Baptist Mrs. Estella Knowles and
the Elder
not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The ?" the public is invited. Mrs. Church, are asked to re- Tom Mathais are ailing at their Hugh Anderson offi
Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten if, without changing the writer's Odessa Gilmore Mrs. ciating.Mr. .
meaning sponsor;
= latent. or "Completely. We, a people gister Sunday at 5 p.m. Oliver homes: Mrs. F. D. Shannon, re-
without weapons were ableto Nellie Moore, reporter. Maxey, superintendent. porter. Brockington, a former citizen

E t. Background wide variety of sports. He was general manager of the store. bring the British empire to of Alachua, had been living

\ freshman class president at He initiated a 5-day work concede our freedom. We did ALACHUA NEWS NOTICE CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS.Shady in St. Petersburg and Leesburg

I =r On Barry Phoenix Union High Schoolin week for an employees, and so with non-violence, with Third Quarterly ConferenceThe Both chitterlings and chicken Grove PrimitiveSunday Fla., for the past several

,I 1923, but completed his secondary provided liberal life insurance demonstrations and protests.Jail third Quarterly Confer- dinners will be sold at the home School with Superintendent years. He died Wednesday in
= EDITOR Sun It withIT will be held at the St. the University .
: was education Teaching
at Staunton hospital and surgical ence Hospital -
= became a badge of honor.It of Mrs. Mary Watson, of 205 L. C. Williams in charge, 10
great interest that I read the Military Luke A2VI.E. Church with Rev. following an extended
in illness.
Academy Lexington policies to employees. In 1962 I
was hard. It was not easy. S.E. 14th Street, Saturday, a.m.; and there will be prayer
letter written by a Citizen in Virginia. While Jenkins in charge on Sunday.The Interment
at,Staun- Barry Goldwater assumed the But it the bythe Deaconess'Board : will be made in the
was only sponsored 11 Mrs. F. D.
weaponwe meeting, a.m.
H the Sunday issue (May 31) of ton, Boldwater class leaders contest
Barry captained title of chairman of the boardof Newnansville Cemetery under
had in our fight for liberty of the Pilgrim Rest Shannon, reporter.
The Sun. The questions raised the swimming team which the Goldwater family business and independence."You will terminate Sunday at 3 pjn. I Church of God in Unity No. L Mt Pleasant ,MethodistTheHoly the direction of White' and Dor-
regarding Senator Goldwater's'family won the state championship which had merged with Each member is asked io see sey Funeral Home.
For service call FR
cannot, he said, "putan delivery Communion will be administered
= are quite pertinent in 1927, the year before he Associated Dry Goods Corp.. his or her class leader in orderto
idea- or a cause in jail. 21023. 7 instead of 11 am
= and are deserving of an an- graduated. When he graduated and his brother Robert remained make good reports. pjn. JULIUS COOK
Mr. Gandhi and Mr. Nehru Sunday.
HT surer in 1928, he was awardedthe as President In 1963, Visitors are always welcome. MISSIONARY BAND Herman Funeral services for Julius
Barry Goldwater was born Kable Medal as the out- the family sold the depart- and thousands of Indians Pew -R. -F. Ballard, pastor. Mt. BaptistSundaySchool Cook, pioneer citizen of the
-ZL New Year's Day, 1909, in standing all-round cadet ment store business. went to jail for protests. But Mrs.: Mary A. Jones, reporter., The City Wide Missionary 9:30 ajn.; morning wore Rutledge Community, and presi-
Band will meet at the Bell Nur
B.T.U. 5:30
ship, 11 a.m.; p.m.;
our cause
the of Baron
Phoenix He then
son attended
the Uni
There have been several ex- dent of the Farmers' Aid Bene-
:= Goldwater a dry goods store versity of Arizona, where he cellent books written about "Do you remember Socra- REGISTRATION SET sery School on Monday at 4:30 and evening worship, 7 pjn.will fit Association will be held at
Nos. 1 2
owner, whose own father had pledged Sigma Chi tes'Apology'?" Registration for the Vacation jjn. Ushers
= fraternityand Barry Goldwater and his The book is for the The the Greater Ft. Clark Baptist
,immigrated to the U.S. in 1852 was elected class president family. They include "Barry I confessed I was vague. Bible School at the Mr. Carmel members. now open. serve during day. Church Sunday at 3 pjn. with
thank the
new church wishes to
= from Konin, Poland Baron for the second semester.In Goldwater, Freedom Is His "It goes like this," he said. Baptist Church will be hold[ their Rev. W. A. Miles officiating. Interment -
friends for
Goldwater was Jewish and March, 1929 his father died Flight Plan", "Mr.! .Conservative "Mr. Nehru used it often. Socrates Saturday from 12 noon to 2: SLATES MEETING members and whdh win follow in Ft Clark

his wife Josephine Williams, of a heart attack leaving a : Barry Goldwater", said, 'Men of Athens, I pjn. support during the rally Cemetery. '
The University City Floral Visitors wel-
is.a Nebraska Episcopalian fortune of honor and love but I was are
slightly less than and "Barry Goldwater Por yon;
His immediate survivors include
Hub win hold its meeting -
H and graduate nurse. Barry 1300,000 and young Barry left trait of an Arizonian" and shall obey God rather than IN MEMORIAM regular come. Rev. A. L. Jordan pastor his children
the home of I Mrs. Lucille
at Mrs. Mable ,
Rev. Richard Harrison assistant -
3 was the first child followed college to become the man are available at any book- you and while I have life In memory of our dear mother ; I Clark Jacksonville
Dixon, today at 8 Mrs. Mrs. Elizabeth ; Earl Cook,
T his brother Robert and pjn. pastor;
by of the family. store. The story of Goldwat and strength I shall never wife and grandmother
I Martha Adams president Mrs. :MiamI; Horace, Julius, Jr.,
; Cimbrough, reporter.
sister Carolyn (Mrs. Bernard He began er's family is an cease from, the practice and Mrs. Mamie William who
working at Gold- extremely departed :Sam Clarence
= Annie Davis, reporter. Hopewell Baptist Sunday McKinley, Ernest
Erskine of Scottsdale, Arizona "
H ). The children were raised water's Department _Store in interesting one and certainly teaching of philosophy_ this life two year ago School 10 ajn.; and the Woman's : Johnell Cook, an,city; and
deserves to be studied all "I to him tomorrow
by see June 1
In the Episcopalian Church. Phoenix as a "junior clerk," citizens. ** men SPRINGS NEWS Home Mission 11 a.m. Rev. :sisters, Mrs. Maggie Gibbonsand
= As a child, Barry Goldwat- making deliveries, :working in WILLIAMC.CL1E1TJR. Beyond life sunset, like a Sponsors "Tea Sip" W. ,J. Taylor, pastor; Mrs. ; Mrs. Mamie Cook both I'
"When do
attended Phoenix you keep mind city bright and fair, our loved The Organ Guild of ML Car Agnes Gordon, reporter.I I Gainesville.
the stock
er public room and selling.At State Director
-, schools and participated in a the age of 27 he became Youth for Goldwater that he spent more than a" one awaits us there. Tom mel Methodist Church is. sponsoring Zion Temple A.M.E. ZionThe Duncan Brothers. Morticians,
... prison for a cause. .Brown, husband Lear: Ander a "Tea tt?." Sunday, Holy Communion will be i are In charge _....a4 ?

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naoy, June ,, riot .unesville Sun '

khearsal Luncheon Fetes ({ I I"' It !I'I'i'Ij' ; P I.' /! jtl I tllll01!! l6' I'IIIl( ilpullr ,
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Dinner Weimer Women's Editor J'une.naetore !

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GHS Graduate Honored Among the pre-wedding cour- ger Miss Edwinna Murphey,I i I I' .n,+ ,.,,, lh
anight tesies extended'Miss Judy Tucker Miss Louise Bohannon and Miss I II I i t I I II!! !j I I (fJ I'IIgI, ,, f I, If, tlM II!, (,I,
i 1 l j l .
I ieir Ili
whose marriage to William Jeanne Cornell. I Ili! I I t+aN .P I..1 !fNtrri

[and Mrs. Caspar Rappe- Dale Arnett will take place Sun- I a wRers .Dp

will entertain with a din- day at 4 luncheon IliG
p.m. a was Thinking of A /) r1 1 I fay I
evening at the Holiday given yesterday afternoon. I I
i honor Miss Gayle Cross New Refrigerator Ill,

q their son, Caspar RappeJr. Hostess for the party was

., whose wedding is to Mrs. Marable deTamble who ,
Wit, OPEN 7 to 11 EVERY DAY!
Solemnized tomorrow at 7 entertained at the Tower House.
See The One That
in the First Presbyterian
th. .. The hostess presented corsages Makes It's Own Ice NEW LOW PRICES
j M to Mrs. Woodson C. Tucker -I I
ts i will be limited to mem- f :k A Jr.. of New Orleans, motherof PRICES GOOD IN ALL OUR
; of the bridal party and the II. .
the bride-to-be, and Mrs. W. GAINESVILLE STORES
families including Mr. and T. Arnett, mother of the bride- 1234 NW 16th Ave. 1023 SE 4th Avc.

E. Roger Berry of Savan- groom-elect, and the honoree, I II 3725 W. Univ. Are 3309 E. Univ. Avc.
ICE' MMCERfrom !
Ga. uncle and aunt of the
i, ,
who also received a gilt of sil- 2509 NW 6th St. 4205 UW 16th CIvd.:

.,. degroom, who arrived today ver. I $268.88 : 4105 NW 13th St.
ping flowers in pastel 'fyr I ALACHUA: Comer 1st St. & 441
ades will be used to centere Seated at the luncheon table, f fI HIGH SPRINGS: 3rd Ave. NW &Men;
dinner tables. Y adorned with spring flowers,i The

I bridesmaids din- : were Miss Tucker, Mrs. Tucker
Last night, a Variety Store I Size
per was given to honor Miss ; Mrs. Arnett, Mrs. J. H. Folliard
: ross by Mrs. Alfred Watson of Sarasota; Mrs. Earl Hardee: 7 S.E. 1st Ax Filters Regulars
r' "' Mrs. A. F. Frank Green, Mrs.i Phone FR
'and her daughter, Mrs. Emory I
.[Cross, who entertained at the i: Guy Fulton, Mrs. Myra Terwilli- CIGARETTESCARTON

former's home in Keystone w. 24014'I

f Heights. 'I'I
t Pat O'Neal, who will serve as V1
best man for Mr. RappeneckerJr. ForeverWouldn't $
Lovelier .
., and his father, William C. I 269
O'Neal gave the bachelors din- Miss Mary Watson, cent er, and her mother Mrs. Frank Watson, left, ware i

ner for the bridegroom last Duncan pictured recently during 3J ti informal party given in her honor by Mrs. Harry EVER you. be like more to at be eose lovelier especiallyin FOR- I "I
, night. I the bright summer sunlight? You can
I Twelve guests were enter- Mrs. Harry Duncan entertained Assisting in the hospitalities pointments. : get rid of unwanted hair quickly I

, tained at dinner and spent the recently with an informal t hroughout the afternoon were A white mortar board filled'' j permanently with the miracle-like : KING SIZE

night at the O'Neal summer'"coke" party honoring Miss 1 Mrs. Fanida Baker and Miss with stokesia centered the serving results of electrolysis. Call Edmund i

/ home on Long Pond, near Mel- :Mary Watson, who was gradu J[Laura Baker, great aunts of the table. Tiny owls also were: Dwyer. experienced Electrologist! now i
rose. ated from Gainesville High I wnoree. used in the arrangement. I 0. today! All work done in strictest privacy I PEPSI COLA

\ Patio Party Given School Wednesday night. Purple and white, GHS colors, The hostess presented a cor-: taking only a matter of minutes a :i

f An informal afternoon patio The party, given at the Duncan ere 1 featured in the party apsage and gift to Miss Watson. I treatment.

party was given recently complimenting I home, was attended by' EDMUND DWYER !I
- the bride-to-be by..more than 40 high school friendsof

I Mrs. O'Neal and Mrs. William the honoree.At Daniels Honor ELECTROLYSIS 6-BOTTLE 3 9c
Avera at the O'Neal home. the door were Mrs. Frank CARTON
Gardenias and hydrangeas Watson, mother of the honored 107 W. University Ave. FR 2-8039 :

formed the decoration for the guest and her aunt Mrs. John 1 >.

serving table. Ellett. Bridal CoupleAll

The hostesses presented Miss Mrs. Duncan and Miss Watson REGULAR or KING SIZE
Cross with a set of stainless received guests in the Florida
steel flatware. white appointments will I Carl Magaha, Miss Ann Singer,i I SUMMER OFFICE HOURS N

More than 50 guests called be used for the rehearsal dinner :Mr. and Mrs. William J. Ed-: COCA COLA6BOTTLE
room.About onight: when Mr. and Mrs. C. 'wards, Archer; Arthur R. Kirby -
during the afternoon. Commencing Saturday June 6th. and for the rest of the
Evening Coffee 3. Daniel entertain for Miss I of Quantico, Va., uncle! summer we will close on Saturdays at 12:30 P.M.
Another honoring the Carolyn Ridgell and their son, I of the bride elect, Mr. and I .
bride-to-be( party was a coffee with Charlton B. Daniel Jr. at 6:30' ]Mrs. Freemen Ashmore of Tallahassee -i I NEW HOURS WILL BE: ftc

Mrs. William J. Frazer Jr. and .m. in the Primrose Inn. ] aunt and uncle of the Monday through Friday: 8:30 AM. to 5:00 P.M.
Floral decorations will feature 1 bride-elect Michael Ashmore )
! hostesses ; ,
Mrs. Norman V. Yost as PeopleDr. Saturdays 8:30 A.M. to 12:30 P.M. CARTON r
Tallahassee cousin of the bride-
at the former's home Tues- : white gladioli chrysanthemums -
day evening.The : and pompons. I elect; Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Fos- Closed Sundays

bride-elect, her mother, and Mrs. John Henry The bridal couple will present 1 ter, KnoXville, Term., sister and I

Mrs. J. Emory Cross and the Davis will have as their guestsfor J gifts to their attendants during :brother in law of the bridegroom i

bridegroom-elect's mother, 'formed a brief visit their daugh-1 the dinner. elect; Ted Brundage, WORLD TRAVEL MIMIIKOTHIR BAVARIAN SELECT.BEER
the receiving line. *ter,Mrs. James Wiltshire, Mr. Places will be marked for 23 'and Robert Hardisty, cousins of \\tU 10

for the coffee Wiltshire, and children, JamesJr. J guests, who will be limited to the bride, Quantico, Va.; Dr. SERVICE I

table Centerpiece was an antique silver ., Betsy, Bill and Caroline, ]members cf the wedding party and Mrs. Arnold Nevis, Joseph ., I .

filled with who will arrive Sunday from :and out of town guests. Sabolchik, Geirton, W. Va., and 808 W. UNIVERSITY AVE.
candelabra compote their ,home,,in Roanoke.. Va.fThe The wedding is scheduled for :RAYEI Aye,
Zebulon P. Quantico
Brundage, ,
pink day lilies and barberry, : PHONE FR 6-4641 I
Wiltshires routeto 5 tomorrow at St. Ii
are en p.m. Augustine i
which had been arranged by Va.
Fort Lauderdale to visit Chapel. .
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Mrs. Marvin A. Booker Jr. Mr. Wiltshire's parents, the Post-Nuptial DinnerA !
Mrs. J.
Those pouring were W. B. Wiltshires. buffet dinner will be given
W. McDaniel, Mrs. Haven M.
I for attendants and immediate
) C.
Perkins and Mrs. Boyd families following the wedding
Wooten. Mr. and Mrs. T. Wade Harrison _
ceremony and reception by Mrs:
Nearly 50 guests called dur- have as their house- Arthur R. Kirby and Mrs. Zebu- art 1 r
the evening. guests their daughter Mrs. GENNESSEE or CARLING
(Ion P. Brundage both of Quan-
Don McClane Mr. McClane,
tico Va., aunts of the bride- : ,
and their 11-month old son, L
i elect. t BEER
I Mike of Orlando. The trio will u
Brides' ,,..
The dinner will take place at ys.ya.art
return home Sunday. the home of the bride's parents. CIkCULATION WEPT.v
Spring floral arrangementswill
Arriving tomorrow morningfor center the small tables, and r r
BookTODAY the Tucker-Woodson wed- blue and white tilrt" 2Qts.
appointmentswill FtiUC> ding festivities will be Mr. + ''" 79c
decorate the serving table. ct >+EBSSaKt '
and Mrs. Ross V. Swartzeland R
June 5 .
The guest list will include Mr.
Rehearsal dinner honoring son, Vernon and daughter and Mrs. Tommy Ridgell par- OFFICES! 101 SE2 PL

Miss Carolyn Ridgell and Tara, of Mount Dora who I ents of the bride, and her sister 'l
will join the Woodson C.
their son, Charlton Bradford Miss Dorothy Ridgell; Mr.
Daniel Jr., Mr. and Mrs. C. Tucker Jr. family of New and Mrs. Daniel Sr., parents of PABST BLUE RIBBONBEER
Orleans at the Manor Motel.
B. Daniel hosts, Primrose the bridegroom.Also .
Mrs. Tucker's aunt, Mrs. J.
Inn. Miss Nancy Russell, St.
H. Folliard of Sarasota who
Rehearsal dinner honoring Petersburg; Miss Gwen Mc-
Miss Gayle Cross and their arrived early last week, will Leod, Orlando; Miss Colleen yr h i a ..3x
return to Orleans with
Jr. Flynn, Tampa; Melvin Goolsby,
son, Caspar Rappenecker the Tuckers following the wed-
Earnest Hatch, Hugh Starnes,
Mr. and Mrs. Caspar Rappe- ding Sunday afternoon.

necker, Holiday Inn. Woodson C. Tucker, Jr. of
Kitchen shower honoring Pittsburgh joined his family Like It Tart? 6 Pkg. 99C

t Miss Dorothy Tyre fiancee here Tuesday. Cans
of Herman Saatkamp Jr. of When you want a tart'n' easy fr

Knoxville 8 p.m. Mrs. R. H. Mr. and Mrs. Cites Means sauce for barbecuing hamburgers -

Carstens Jr. and Mrs. J. A. will have as weekend guests chops or luncheon meat, TTh' -

Videon. 528 NW 36th Terrace. their daughter, Mrs. Mary Jo mix together the following: 1

SATURDAY, June 6 I Davis of Jacksonville, and cup soy sauce, 1 cup salad oil, I I r. ".GE GOLDEN RIPE

} Wedding rehearsal dinner Mr. and Mrs. Michael Boss, ?4 cup lemon juice and a halved .M I

complimenting Miss Judith and children, Michael and clove of garlic. Use for brush- BANANASLb.
I Diane Tucker and their son. Nancy of Suwannee, Tenn. ing on meat while grilling.
William Dale Arnett, Mr. and Michael is a summer stu- iw
Mrs. William T. Arnett, :2105
dent pastor for Avon Episco- LIFE HAS SO MANY

NW Third Place. pal Church Avon Park. The SOUNDS . 1a
Wedding of Miss Carolyn family will drive to Avon Parkon
Rose Ridgell, daughter of Mr. Saturday. babies. rain crying. doors opening 1 1Oc
and Mrs. Tommy Ridgell, and and closing ...friendly voices *
Charlton Bradford Daniel Jr., telephone calls _. it is !
son of Mr. and Mrs. C. B, CalendarTODAY so very important to hear as
well possibly con. I
as you
Daniel 5 St. Augustine
Everyone should ha.e.a. ruler I 1t Wti ,
Chapel. once- -year examination. r FOREMOST FAVORITE
Wedding of Miss Gayle June 5 Get yours TODAY. !

Cross, daughter of Mr. and Gainesville Little Theatre .I GAINESVILLEHEARING _
Cross, daughter of Mr. and "An Enemy of the People", AID CO. r IC CREM i
Mrs. James Emory Cross, 8:30 p.m., 4039 l116th Boule- 6-OOS5
j <620< N. MAIN FR <<
and Caspar Rappenecker Jr., vard. j
son of Mr. and Mrs. Caspar '

Rappenecker, 7 p.m., First
Presbyterian Church. Recep- CASH ASSISTANCE /2 GAL. 49C

I tioa following at the Holiday CARTON

Inn. \ .; ,,; Carrier the GO!
l Coffee honoring Miss Christina !r) \ offered : on
fiancee of
Hardy Wylie of Augusta Ga., w' EMPLOYEDJWOMEN Mike Price Sun Carrier, is receiving the keys to his

J 10 a.m. until noon, Mrs Carolyn new YAMAHA Motorcycle from District Manager Don FOREMOST FAVORITE
Pooley and Mrs. L. J. r Vaughn. Mike is a winner all the way around. He has a fine

\' Thomas home, 809 Jr.,SW at 21st the former's Avenue. I' f Did you know you can route record and for extra sales he has won this Yamaha ICE MILK

complimenting r now get a' personal loan Cycle. Outstanding carriers may also win valuable prizes '

Miss Coke Nancy Party Katherine Becker,;; \1 here on your cwn signature trips to the stock car races 6 Gun Territory. Silver Springs or

bride-elect of Lawson Dewayne t 0 prompt, courteous service. Ccmein Doytona Beach. 0v -p
and discuss your cash needs. .
Tucker, 3:30 p.m., Miss Jean 1 Are YCU interested in a newspaper route? There may be a route cpn seen .

I L Philpott 1y, 312,NW Miss 23rd Mary Street.Grace Har-!I II \ ?2-SOQ LOANS in your neighborhood. This could mean money and extra prizes for you. If !, t:. l. 1 '1C.. / i I

I I: Luncheon honoring you are 12 years old and willing to put forth some. effort, call the Circulation CARTON W JJt
MlsrRe-I' '
I' ... .
FR. 2-8441. '
becca Wanninger ? s .
II of Jesse Allen Hunt, 12:30 Marion Finance Co. ; :.! .' .

pjn., Mrs. John Fain Mrs. ", '1.

Archie M. Bryan and Mrs Home Town Folks Serving Home Town Folks ... .

I Louie .S. ;:Echols, Gainesville 218 W. Univ. A:-. FR -5333
I Golf: and Country Club.


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Gainesville Sun Friday. June S. 1964 -. .,'. 4 L. h'. :
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W 9.SZ f 1 Bi A.............,. 7 Charlie Williams ......... 1.'4 I l 1 ?.... ..........\......... H. J. .France* Schroder .'.... H3 o 5 ..1.................. Gertrude .Bet i J. Srl .... U
:otlclI" hereby given that the following described lands or so mu there E 2.. f 1 Blk A less S I I SECTION 5 .. .........,......... G. I .............. 3
for taxes herein RWMCDOWALLS ... ..... Ruth Stark .;.... I .11. :
necessary to pay the amounts due .. .... 4J1 SW PER DB 225 PG 174 Lot 5 ............. 5 a Nora Scruggs Sr. .......

to the tame, together with t costs o sc sale and aderisin. will b sold ADDITION LESS NE-LY 300 F....;..... H. w. & Elizabeth Vories "." Lot 5 .................. : Smith Sr. (Willie) ......... 2.
t day of A.D. 1964 at Lots 4 4. Blk 4 .... O. 0.. Annis ... ..... Lot : a Janee'smith Jr. ( ) .. .
a 5
public auction on tlje It Jun. n ...... .. ..... 4.15 SECTION 2 4 ., -" 6 ........ ...... WIJ 1
Circuit Court In the Alachua County Lots Blk 4 .... O. O. Allis ... Lot P. ( ....
the door of the Cleric of Hose 7. .. .:. .. ....... 943 I Ire Deb 7.
In City o Gainesville, Alachua County Flori.ORtGINAL'GAINESILLE ROPER'S ADDITION S LESS 418 FT LOT 4 S.5162.7 OF W 3. Lots 66 ,'i3.:::::::::::::::::::::::: CI & I Jones ...... 2.THOS

Lot 13 Blk 3. Rn l' Less E 70 FT 497J4 FT 2 SEC 2 ...F... Sammle R. Hunter .......... 44 STEENSURO S D PB 8.41

I l: 1 : 7.. I G. W. Bass ............ 3 o N 75 140 Ft FT....&...Less.....S..70. ..Ft....o.. P. L Halbrook EST. ...... 1459 ANGLEWOOD. REPLATLot Lot J 8k C ............................... Wile Lula Sims Heir...&. .S...........2
.......... .. *514N
Bk .
Lot 8 4 Beg NW :ft E WW of of Lot 14 Blk 4. 1 ... J. Ollie 16 B. .. ... Robt. fc Sophie Fis ... DUVAL pa E. .
: NE1 Rn A & Wc..... 1.4 17 Bk B.. ... ... .... ... O .......... 1803 HEIGHT >
43 Run Lot 7
ft S W Blk S
f ft L
Lot .
Com McDwel. .
... G. W. & Cora L Bass ....... 16.31 13 Rn B L (Brenee) .. 94J5 .... ......... .. P. a Daisy Da'.. ..... 111
BIk 1 Range .... .. W Ft N E' 5 S 100 JRBHGTS.N .... Mlri Rors Lot t .. ...... ......... Lilie (Clinton) .
.. .. .
AI Block I Range 7 .... .. Kay Franca HancoeltBRUSH .. 2290 Ft 5 FOB ..10. ...................... Luvenla Henry ET AL .... FLET John .. Lot 12 .......... ........... C. &. Mcinto.. .. 1 114.-
ADDITIONBeg S 95 FT of N 11 Ft of E 1-3 o Let 62 LofKLAND10 iERRi E... & Elizabeth_ Wood .. 1091 Lot 1& .................... .. Hal

Ifff' ''lt 13 iSTftl S.f N 3 ill Mc 14, Bk: 5. 1 ....... ....... Doshia Myers .............. .. ..... .... ... 119.01WOODLAND 2 ........ .'. '. D. S. Dickerson a Wife ... 11.
Louise .. 10.2 Lot 3 .. .. .. Wm. R. & Henderson (Joseph)
ft E N 90 E f.. H& 60J6 Lot 9. Blk X Rng 2 .. .-........ Coy Thomas ...,,.,., Will Lot ............. .. &Le. Welc 1
Eddie George E 22 W. .
Lo S Bit ........- Gladys .. of Lot 8. Blk 4 ..... Susie B. Clark .. 2.0 TERR NO 2 PB .... ...... .. .. Matie Bro(Wii) .6
2 Rn .. .. .
1 &1 : ... L 2 .. .
Brewing G.
... Spearman Co 4.7 .7.1 Lot 18 Marion Thorp .. 67.0 .. ..... 13.1
M .
m- EW of N 10 Ft o Lt 2 HEiG.HTS.p Lt 2.. ........................ Blrbr.
23BII' 140 ft W Of NE ......... .... ... K. Gloria HAZEL F-6 W. &Ella Huf.n ( )..
: run $ 31 f E ; BEG Rng 50 4 Ft: W of SE. Cor.of Lot..4,.BIk4.Rngel.RunW75FtNISOFfE L& M Broyles ...12. Lot 32 .... ..... .......... R. L .Jo Chambers :..... 591HAZEL L 3 .. ......................... ..... Dty BrO. . .Wile. "....... 1 1.2
.9 f 3 ... .
ft ..... .. Doris Pllye Vot .. 117 HGTS ADDN 1 PB F-14 Lot .... .... .. .. &Jeel Jo.... ...... 1-
L: 31 tcP s Re-SUrveY in 75 Ft S 150 Ft to POB .....,...., W. E. Wright Wife L 10 ...... ........... ..... R. L &Virginia Sutherland .. 12.31 Lot 56.9 ..... .. .......... .. A&Amy Bake(Alvin) ..... 2.
: Brown .... & .. 5.4O . .._....... .. J..L Sanders .... .. .. .. .
BlkS' 23 ... ... ........? Mar ..... .. 1.1 INGRAM'S ADDITIONCom 15 . .. ,. & Ruby 5 L S7 ......+.c.. ............ I R. L1. .(.Leroy). ,,.. 2.1
St. 286 ft N PARADISE PB A-4 Mir ... ..... .
W side Arreo 50 tt W of NE cor of Blk 3 run W 67 .... :
Co ..
o OF SW OF Carter .
Jn Bit f ...f. Willie Vera 50 S 100 tt E 50 tt N 100 f.-. 0 .Martha L Annii 379 H.' Norma Brewer 4.70FLORAL FOREST ; N spi E.71. ... ... U.5
.. ..
.. ... DixoAd 6' f ; .. LOT 47 L. ..
to Beg
S 46. f 11 t .St 2 42 N Lots 1.2.3& .of Lt 6 1 Parris PARK PB D-7 Lot 51 .... ............... Ora lee Graham ................. 9,11
Co o W sid Arre W f & Addn Street COM NE COR OF LOT 79, FLORAL Lf' 62 .. ................ F. a Annie Williams ... ..... !
sS Jn I" 2 rn .... f. 2. Thomas E Hayes .......... 51..' recrde in Book 31 page 6&80 PARK RUN S 140 FT W FT N 1 ........... ............ Hattie Strong .... ...... .... .1.1.
ft 4 f f Elk 2. run W Page' ...... ........... Minnie D. Wesley... .. ... 2.2 140 FT E 145 FT TO POB ......... O. B. .Katie Porter ...... 5. Lot 7 .......... Rudl Per (0496.) ....... 3."
Corn Y W&ft' Smith Hunter 39.26 Lot S.of Lt 4 BIt 1 Parrish S-D Ella M. Drummond .... ..... PARADISE PB A-4 Lot 16 ................ ....... Herring ...... '.17
2"1 f" 6 f & 111 Blk 7 ..... .. ... L B Hull & Henry Raattama .. tot .,. &Vene
6 of SE of & N S3 f of f o 77.32 S 100 FT OF N 225 OF E 100 ROSEMARY, .. .. Rosa L Cldell ... ..... 11.46
171 ft Blr F PS C95Lot .
Beg c OAK HALL PLATE FT OF LOT 54 J. E. Johnnie Bradstreet .... 99 43 ii. .
Arredonda Sts run B Ek MS f.....6... .f Freddie Waver Ill 37 40 ft Of Lot 18 & WI" If FT OF N 325 FT OF E 100 FT I 19 Bk A.. ....... ..,. M L.r...... ... ... 19.54

Corn W 13 f N 5 63 of ft SW In of 2.NW Uh Ave less N 1 f .. ..........o.L. Shelley B Myers &wife ......... 31 11 LOT 54 ..................... Li&Evelyn Belisle ........ 41 JO. Lo 10 Bk D D.Less.R.W....OR 2I. .. Thrl Trip(Johnson) 2.12
cr E SECTION S FT OF N 425 FT OF E 1 Bi ... C. C. ..
&NW N 3rd ft St.to W 10 f.S..4....f....10f .. Mattie Butler Wood 21.17 Beg NE 51.2 Lot run N 112.Itt 11 OF LOT 54 ..... .........10... R. G.. &June B.lsa......... .'.2 Lot WAITES SD 0 Less. R.W OR 29... F. D. I Atrea Yo Fletcler.. . 2J21.2
4 168.7ftS42.ftW46.nttS70 E 260 FT OF S A.14
Wa66ftSofNWeor8k26rwlS66ftEl0lftN66ftW101tt W Dawkins Morelle Buchanan ET W 100 FT OF 10.. R. Helen Mistier .. 41 JO lot 3 Blk 1 ................ .. Frank Bessie. .
P B In AL 54 .
tt E 214 2 tt to Lt. .. 551.35 FT OF N 525 FT OF LOT M .... & River. 21.41
J B Garrison .. .... FT Let 7 Blk 1 ,,.,,. V. a
to FOB ..... .............. ... Howard ......'. .'.".'.'.'.". 92. F. X. MILLER ADDN W 100 FT OF S260FTOFSiI Lot 9 Bit 1 .............. Paulin Bowle Vrdel) ..10
Coward NW of Lot 39 ......... .... .. Lillie Mae ...... 77.32 OF LOT 51& W 100 FT OF E 260 ... E. D. .
Hamito .
Lot 7 Sou S-D Blk I626. ::..-. ::::: ::*:: Ulysses G. Floyd :...:.:..:....:. 4793 Lot 46 ..". ......'.. Charles t : 432 FT OF N FT OF LOT 59 .. .. J. D. ..Lillle Clkco ....... *5.1 Lot 5 &6 Ls S 10 FT Bt 3 ..... Sarah Bradley Heir Boker& 1.3
latSSESca Bit 26 run N 82 I W. SW of l rM & E"ift of SW of T t5 Mary Etta I..s .:::::::::::: 17:MWyechff S 1C3 FT 9 290 FT OF E 100 FT Lot 3 Bk ... ..... ,... Annie Bulard Heir ....S.... .. ? 17.6
CamLot ....... ...... Willie C &Mar T. Johnson ,... $ .,COLCLOUGH'S ADDITIONt OF LOT 59-0R 83-128 describes this by JERU PARK PI C-4 1..7
60 f S 1 f E 60 f Blk 27 1 .... Alexander ET AL 20 30 17 then calls Lot 17 Bt 0 ... ..... .... .... .. ..
Com of NE cohof f .runS30tIWSNN .. Hattie Ford ............ 105 : 23 ':.:. :: ;::::::::::::::::::::: H C ..................:::: 31Medray. : me&bns....I.pr........ J. H. &EI.n Craven Jr .,.. 424 HEW GAINESVILLE A-U M.r W.lke ... 24
1 N 320 FT OF

Lot BROWN'S 2 In N.ADDITION Blk 2 ..ft..S.of.NW. ....of Geneva Stafford ....... 13047 Co at W SE 10.5 cor Lot to FOB 8 run S I deg run 45 S t 1 16 Bk Bk B A.HEIGHT::.:::::::::::01::::::::::::: J.G. P 8.. &Acme Betty Smith lirGr,..')".:::.:. 4454 529: 560 lESS FT R.W OF N DB 3 FT OFW..13 FT.. A& Dlc Morgan ........ 211
155 tenc
Cons 3 N E a 52 99tH 60 89 f W 89 j :10 Bk C : .......... K. P. &Elizabeth Wright .. 492 OF LOT OJ\ .. Miguel Rulz ...
40 S deg .. .. &Oela .
Bit 2 run E 4 f de 3 ... S 280 FT T lESS 's ... 15
f FT
Cass .
Leah Blakley Louise
.. F.
S. .0
o ... .......... ...... 2..1 mln W tt N 03 18 Bk C ... .. .. M 9.2
I N tt .E 5 of 68 6.3 deg d 145.88 S Lot 5 Bk D.................... C & Elvic Padgett ....... 112RICHLND OF W 130 FT a LESS E 50 FT Barbara M Jackson .......... 4S{
W .0 of Co 1t f &W '12.f 5 1 dlt" 10 to ... Inc. ............ .. 2222 C.9t S 40 FT OF W 1S F OF LOT 1 .

NW cor of 5. 52W rn f. pernetter Martin .......... 6..9 Lot ..slfcE" .. Isaiah & Dora M Norman .. .' HEIGHT........P. ... ...... P. L I Ramona Davidson ..... 14J5 D8 33 ... W. W. Moble .............. ,..,
52W: EE2'h150 fttt N OF Blk 3 Henr & Oscar Gilbert .. 37.04 Lot 37& N 40 ........ Noah Grcam. ... ....... '. OAK HILL PB A-U7 161 T. F. THOMS 5D "I a.

.W SO Lot 2 of BIK 10...f..-. .... Fleming ... ....... 32C7 I Lot 4 less W 5 f f o.. ......f.... Leola ......., 1274 Lot 10 ......:..... .... .. Mortgage Inv Copny... 41.34 Lot 5 .......... G. T. Wllliams .......... ... 4.21
EW of EW of 3 Blk 3 ...... ... John &Jessie Butler ......., ..2 Lot 116 .. ...... ............... C S Rose & Wife -. .: ... 1528 .. ......... Suret King Life Est. 92 lots 5 Bk D.............. L E. a M.r Hayes .......
.of E.of Lt Lot 4 t f o Lot 115 ...... .... ....... ..... Carl W 81 Mary L Rose...,.,. 163.61UNIVERSITY L 3.......... ... .. .... W. H. & Joann Rowell ...... 205 Lot 6 Bk 0 ........................ C. LeggettAlberta 56.0
E S7W ft of N. & 3. Oscar .............. 41.9SW < 5 ... .. ... Brooks Mr .
c Blk ....... Gilbr .. HEIGHTS Lots 2 51 52 Bk F. ..... R. L Anna Williams .. 151 ... ... 2y
I cf Lot 4 381k 7 ..... .. Rosella ......... 442WW I Lot 1 Blk 11 ........ .......... William C Woodbury ......... 8769 SECTION 2t-9-2t I DAVIS RPT LOT 1 Da 23. .
of WW of Lot LOIs w Byers Ex 0' Estate MJ William C & Ella Lot 19 .. ... ... .. Roxis .
l ... Woodbury 13564 COM160FTNOFSWCOROFSEY4 .. .
S-D in Blk 3 ...... Lots 2 & 3 Blk 1 ......... NEW GAINESVILLE Upto .. ...... 4.A
C Lot 6 Fennl'S Lot 7 Blk 11 W. c. 81 Ella H. Woodbury :::. 8585: RUN N 28 DEG MIN W 105494 PI A.

C BROWN'S ADDITION J A A Byers .... ... 6.26 Lot f Blk: 11 ::::::::::::::::::::::::::: W. c&Ella H. Woodbury .. 1868 FT TO BEG. N 2 DEG 31 MIN E S 10 FT OF LOT I LESS W 1
7 Fenneirs S-D Blk ... ....... FT N 44 DEG MIN a LESS R.W. .. .. .. J. w. Lillian Welch .
: Lot I .. Oscar Perry .... .. 21.70 MISC LANDS IN SECTION 51.2 200 FT E 604.51 5 & .. .
Lot 14 In EW of B S ..... ..... M y Jones ............. 6.31 Com 480 ft S of SW cor W 12426 FT W 56437 FT S 0E031MINW200FTS21DEG2MINE N 66 FT OF S 13 FT OF W 16 FT 10.6
a Lot 22 in EW of Blk t .. Mar D Thelma D Wilson Sts W Univerit OF LOT 21 R.W DB 32.3n ... J. Oste ..........
... Ave & run C .....
(. Lot Iin EW of BlK 6 ...... .* ... Floyd outs oe....&.?...........HIII.6... 4.3 tt E M ft N 100 ft .....t.t.. .10 Florrie Morris Est 167.51UNIVERSITY 100 FT TO BEG. ... ... ....... W. R. & Ann Dudley Jr. ..... 10.6 N 6 FT OF S 24 FT OF 12 FT 6.3
W ..S f of lot 1. In E.o BIk547S GARDENSLot ...... SECTION 17-9-7 lot 2 ........... T & Janle Rolns ............
Com corLot6_ Blk 7 rn f 4 Elk 3 .. .. .. Mary A Roth .... 21.29LIVINGSTON N 1104 FT OF S 1137 FT OF E 100 FT SO FT N. 390 FT 0: W 120 FT J.S
Cornelia A Jones Smith '" ... .. .. .....
ft to .... 59 ...... LOT 22 .. .
T. J. Helen Davis
oE&6W"30 : Ltj' ADDITIONLot OF W 1322 FT 31323 ... & .. 13.1 --- --- -- - L&Esle..Roblns(leroy) .. 56.11

:. E"0' .fN... ... .... :...... Jessie 4 Perry Annie .Tomlin.................... .11,20: 71 19 ft &Sly Beg 177 NW ft NW cor.ly Lot 158 18.3 run ft 8.NE Beg.ly Lot HUGH 128 EDWARDS........... .. .... .. BUS, Ruth Bryan ........ 19445 S5OFTOF LOT 23 N16OFTOFE16SFTOF ? T. E. &Lillie Webb ............
l E 4 f of 31 BIt 7 ...... Ge. Webster .... 10:6 I NW cor Lot 20 run S.ly 157.7 tt NE-ly Lot 130 ............. ......... Ella F. Wood .... ...... 1333 S105FTOFN210FTOFWi65FTOF 2.5.
Lot in v"n Blk 10 .' 'Bk, '1, runE ..... 1.17L 71.5 tt NWly 146 tt ............ Dorothy King .............. Lot 131 .......... .... .... C &Betty McKinney (Chester) 108.06 LOT 23 Barbara A Brit .............. 9.3
t Cam 1s9 ft E NW cor MISC LANDS IN SECTION 8-10-20 7.5 Lot 132 ............... .. C Betty McKinney (Chester) 10022 WARDS RPT LOT 2 3 U Da 2726
S 157/o5Wu 42 ft 1STft'Terrace Theodore Huddleston ...... 9.56e Com SW cor Rocky Point RD & ACL W 250 FT OF LOT 142 ............. G. W. Ahrens Jr. .......... 60.5,Lot 3 Bit 6 .. .. C R. & Evelyn Waters .....
:2&fE of v : RR N 72 deg 34 min W 30741 tt SECTION 28.9-10 WARDS RPT LOT 3. NEW G VILLELo 2.0
Alex 4 Felicia M. Druash ...... 41769v7lZ3VttN82J run
:1: 13 .. :::: :: W. K. Rose ..... 12.13 SW-ly 100 SE. 30741 tt NE-ly' 100 S 200 OF PARCEL 7 OF GAINES 7 BIk' 2 .... ... ...... Donald Zaus ............,..
Lots 3.1 Dukes Court of Bit 1S .. ..... tt to FOB f. .... :.. Paul W. Duke .. ....... 17081 F INDUSTRIAL PARK ...... Bev Investment Co. ....... 2.6 WARD RPT LOT 33 01 3 1.O
i o SE rn.,. Joseph Belton 16.WGOODE'S Com 180 S of SW cor ACL R.R aState SPRINGSTEAD PB D-9 Lot 1 Bk 3 .. .... J. H. Yvonne Wad ......
f 10.0
tt7Ep2ttS82Wft .......
run N 72 deg 54 min W Lot 2 S of Creek Rd Extensio& 3
SUBDIVISION H. 117! 438.6 ft 3 2.3 f N 5 de E 17.7 Less R-W DB 351 3....... H. A. & Lena Sparkman .... 6.3 lot 1 a 2. BIk 1 3.,,,.,.. Ernest G. Tetsto ......... 42."
ofPORTERS 1 Kilner ..... AVONDALE
Lot 1 a 554 .,O2Rub ft to ACL n i CREEKSIDE PB D54WW ESTATES P8 D 3S
0, A. DfOO ills"ft SECTION Strip 0.1NSdeg36mifW100ftS72deg of Lot 9 4 Lot 10 ... ...... S. F. Fogle ........... 599 Lot 3 Bk A . ........ Modern Hoe Const. Co... 33.37

N of 16 same tt of Lot. .4,.en.......!. ..... ..... p G t H. Janet 6e| erjTlOs'Mt .......... .. 26.0 W 5 ml E PB 307.41.f...S..8.deg..3.min.... Paul W. Duke ....... ..... 15760 S SECTION 130 FT 22 590 FT OF E 10 FT S 2 FT.. OF....W....0....FT..OF....LOT....5.Bt.. G. a Fannie Judklns ......... 2.D0

W44 0 col Sl .SECTION.6.,..2Ruby Kiiner .. 712 Lot 1 per DB page 248 ......... Grover M Davis, Jr. ...., I.O'' W 120 FT OF SEI4 OF NWV.... Edith M Voyles (only) ...... 3.71DIXIE Lot 3 Bk B... .............. Will. a Elsie WhIftYa ....... .9'
SURVEYOF NE cor run 31 1172 ft Run S 43 deg HEIGHT PB B-tl E 40 FT OF lOT 3 BK C......... B. T. Washl to ......... 2.
o7 W 9 f*22 Lot, le 1 LelrdsPlat ; Co Min W 1185.5 f S 271 tt S 82 deg Lots 7 ........................ Roger W. &Clara Monismith ... 10.90 E .0 FT OF LOT 1 Bk D.... J.J. H H., &Yvone Ward ....... 2.1 S ,

el p of p OR Lots 2416& ................... Ruth Swain ............. 3" 35 along min W W R 483.75.W Rocky Point.26 f run NE-ly N Lot SEMINOLE 2 .....HEIGHTS..........PB..A-148.......... W. F. & Anna Ryals ...... 409 W E 4.0 FT FT OF OF LOT LOT 7 I Bt Bk D.0 ............. Willie Williams e&r I.::::::::: :

COLLEGE PARK I, 8 deg 37 min E along R.W 150 ft N Lot 3SUNCREST....... .................... J. C. I Mary Allen ......... 475 W FT OF LOT I Bk D ....... J H' & Yvone .', .:
Lot 4 Bit 1 .................. Ray H. Brannon 16005 72 deg 54 Min W 390..ft to POB run PB B.100 W 10 FT OF LOT 3 Bk E .. V& Hal Adeilr
Lot 3 4 E 4 4Elk12..... Flossie V. Hartman :::::::::::. 48:16&PENCER N72degS4minWttftSl6deg39min W 44 FT OF LOT 3 4 LOTS 456 Bk B J. & Adolyen Hendrlcks ... 374 ............C- ... 2.10

.pfU'Lot W 50.25 ft S f deg SO min E 84.97 Lot.8 Bk BLots ................. .. J. A. & Marie Heitzman ... .... AVONDALE ESTATES 'I DUW.O

E 90 ft of f Lots ; John I Jam Dako .... 393 ft run$8deg17minE54.83fS72deg 12 1 Bk CLot ................ Ola Humphreys &Mrs. L J. 3.9' FT OF LOT 1 Bk F ..... James Robrs ........... 2.10
Com at SW cor Lot 3013.1 NWSS* J Jto 54 min E 6.3 ft run N I deg 37 Studstill ......"......'. 17 04 WARD RPT LOT 42 Da 21556
run N 20 W FOB . Nellie Monson Huldah Walden 49 52 14 Bk C ..... .. ... Daniel Si Nellie Weaver ::::::::. 23: Lots 115 OR 173.201 Church Trustees .,,
61 2 2 Less S 10 tt fo St. p. w. I Page H. Peck, Jr. .... 171.5 ml at 10.5 of Nelson Lot in Sec. & Lot 10 Bk E... ............... C. T. &Laveme Dowlin ..... 3023 Lots tf 22 ...........::...:::::::::::: A. a ::cl : (Amos):::: {1.26:,46

HURRAY LLC run N36degW210ft5S4degW210ftS36dogE210ftNE210fttoP08 Lots M ........... E. E. Clara ......... 342 WARD RPT LOT /3 DR 215.156
Lots 1 5 ''''''''' .' R D 4 Martha Mlnerd ..,. 16.1 OAK 'lRB PB A.1" & Cln Lot / ,.? ..,. .., .......... L&Ora Llws ( ...
s F lL ... 11$com SW cor Duncan Nelson Lot Let 1 '. of Lot 2 Bk B ....... J. M&Virginia Boles ....... <.49 NEW GAINESVILLE "I A- LevI 527
Lot 7 ?, .. .... ...-.. H W .Mar P. McDonell ... 4330 run Easterly 300 tt to Road Northly100ftN17dogW40min135ftS54 OAK PARK PB Allf S 100 FT OF W 13

Lot 3 less the E 10 f&All Lot 4 Blk F core I ... ..96.01 Lot Cnok2.2i............ .... W. H. &Jeanette Edwards Jr. .. 23.2 LESS N 60 FT J W T30Tl....?, Aber Joe ......., .
W a ofMLotL2T4 deg W 362 tt to BEG. .. ..... ... 0 0 Allis ............... 41S.2 WARD RPT LOT D. 21516 7.6
N 1W of Lot 3 to Sophie NE COR OF PINE HAVENS Lots 4 S ... .... ....... Janle I L KI .
5 5544 tt f .... NW of Acre Sold by Colclough COM AT .. ...... n.. ............
814 "..... Mrs. A D McVoy ......... 7.3 Hilton N of Warren Missouri Lot Paul W. Duke .......,. 19. RUN N20FTS100FTSI11 Lot 13 .. .. ..... W. L a Malo.. .. 1.2.
H. M. STORY ADDITION S'S.of Acre Sold by Colclough to Sophie FT NWLY ALONG CREEK TO PT tot 1 ....... .. ...... David I Jones a Barker .
Lot 1f ... ,... .. ....... R & Daisy Desher .... 1047 Hio N of Warren Missouri Lot. Paul W. Duke ............. 5.71 148 FT S OF p r4N TO FOB G. E. &Annie Cleveland ...... 1983 ,,, ,, Sarah M. Robinson .5
SECTION 322e Warren Missouri Lot describedas PINE HAVEN PB Lot 20 ::::: :...::::::::::::::::::::::: L&Essie Robinson (Leroy) .:. 3::

E 20 ft of 5 atted of N 2S following com at Stake S 54 deg Lot 13 ................... .. J. W. &Jayne Bowman ...... '7.1 HEW GAINESVILLE P. A-U
}t offtSW'Wof NEtt tuJIs.ik Mary Gillispie ............ 4.14 W 210 tt from SW cor of Duncan Nelson Lot .. ..... Bruce A&Ida W. Edwards ... 1.3 5 wFT.OF E 13 FT OF LOT LESS
Lot 24 4 E W ol 2 acre Tract run S 36 deg E 110ftSS4degW210ftN36degW21Oft ZrN ESTATES PB ).17. R ..4... .. R. a Mlrouerie Cassels .'Dau\- /l 1
S.B Donald c .Beverly Cook ... ".26 Lot 5 Bk B Less S 61 FT Of E JACK THOMAS S-D PB C-99 .

ILEX PARK UNRECORDED ..LATIN N 43 deg E 210 tt In NW of Sec. .... Paul W. Duke ...... ... 1.2 47 FT ... ...... ........ .. K. C 4 Hazel Merwin ..... 13397 Lot 15HARPER.... .. .. ....... H. M I Lucyle' Martin ....... 2384 #
SEC 32".21 Com .t NW cor of Warren Missouri Lot Lot' Bk C ................ .. C &Hyacinth Donaldson .... 4101 S-D PB
Lot .. ................... J L George Jr. ....... 4244 as per DB 99 page 294 run N 54 degE9OftS36degElOSftSSdoW GAINESVILLE HGTS P BA-148 Lot S Bk A .. P2...... R. W S. Byron Fountain ...... 3349
Lot Y, ........ .... J L George Jr. ............. '1.3 Lot 17 Bk B ... ......<.... T. J. I Mary Downs ......... 7.7 Lot 2 Bk B ........ .............. Roy E. .Doris E. Martin .... 6.26
SECTION i..21 E 90 ft N 36 deg E 105 tt in NW of Sec. Paul W Duke .......... 1.0 RIDGEVIEW PB C.216 HARDEE HEIGHTS PB E-12
Corn svtT NW'4 run N 3S s REPUBLIC HEIGHTSLot Lot Bk 1 ........... .... H. D. &Silva Stafford ..... 2235 HARDEE HEIGHTS REPLAT PB E.12

to POB N 315 f E 2 f 315 forFLORIDATERRACESD 1 ... .................... J" Essie Mae Strappy .... 2818 Lots 1 10 1 12 Bk 2 ..... ... D. B. & Mar Shealy ...... 1146 Lot 7NEW .. .... ... ......... ..... Orvetta Newman ........
to'"p'oV Less 1 Lot 2 ........ ...... ..... Henry &Sarah Williams ... 5475 Lots 6 7 15 Bk 5 .. ....... E. B. &Calie Mae 5ap... 3607 GAINESVILLE PB A-44 1.2
St ..... .. W F I Fleta C Fordham .. 7383 Lot SGOSS .............. ......... Frank O'Byrne ............. 82.51 Lot 14 Bk S ........... ... J. A. & Bet ... 4741' N188FTOFS383FTOFE118FT

ADDITIONN Lots 1 12 Bk 7 ............ Gladys ........ 2807 OF LOT 41 .. ....... ........ ... Ethel M Cox .............
Lot 5 ..... .... Virginia L Chalfant ......... 42 50 ft of E 10 ft Of Lot 1 Blkl Lot Bk 8 .... ........... O. J. 4 Geneva Lewis ... ... 17.4 Lot 62 LESS E 40 FT OF 4.3
LED8ET7ER S:D Rnge 1 .. .................. M" Minnie Simmons ..... 5.6 Blk f Unit 2 ............... E. E. 4 Opal Hyder Jr. ... S ISO FT OF E e .. . .
Lot 3 of Lot 1 In SW ... Ceo W 4 Kathryn Thomas ..: 51.42 NW of Lot 2 Ilk 1 Range 1 .. ..... A A Byers ...... ............ Lo 1 Bk 10 ..... ..... Walter E. Kiser ........ .. 2.1 170 FT 0, N tioTW&70L S : .
SPRING PARK S-D Jf:2 > : S 50 ft of Lot 4 Blk 1 Range 1 .. ....... Mattie Strowder ................ 5.72 Lot Bk 10 .......... ...... J. D. & Ruth Poe .... FT OF E ... ..... .2.. H. E. 4 Pearl ,
j Lot .. Alex I Felicia M Druash .,...1.1 E 80 f N 1 f of Lot 1 Blk 5 Lot 4 7 Bk 1 ... .............. O. O. Louise .. ... WW of tot 43 LESS S300FTaLESS Per 3.S
( SW J2 32-MO Rge o............. ....... .. Eugene 8 Camilla. Bailey ... 3569 Lots 1 IS 11 .... .. .... .... Henry I Nora Molloy .... .ci' N 125 FT OF W 45 FT S OF RD .. J. M 4 Ella Wood .
Lots 7 Lot I Be E of Lot 3 Bit 5 Range 1 ..... Earl Howard ..... ....t..... 249 ORMN LEIGH EST PB E-49 S125FTOFNi75FTOFW63FTOF .... 1.7

SE 6 Lot/SBnen1Ef10 f N 16 f S" 5 Range 1, less W VtWW ...... Ruby Lang .. ............. 475 ....... ......... O. O. Louise Annis ..... 5.93 LOT 63 4 S 90 FT OF N 140 FT OP
W 10 tfN5E' : PB J"B Earl S Weldon .wife .,.. 1946 of. Lot 4 Bit 5 Range 1 ......... Earl Howard .............. ..75 Lot 2 .... ...... ..... O O. & Louise Annis ........ 5.93 E 35 FT OF LOT 64 J. M&Ella Wood .. .... 4423
: Com cor o NW of Blk f EW 8. E 4 f Of W 10 ft Of S 4 ft Of Lot 3 .......... ... ...... O. O. & .... ... 593 N100FTOFS400FTOFEI3FT .
Bailev't Eslrunft ".1 I a .1SZtt Lot 2 Rge 2 .. .. ... ... ... Silas Williams ....:... .... 11.50 Lot 4 .. ............... o. O. &&Loise Lois Annis Anis........ 5.93 OF LOT F6E16S.FT W. 4 Dovie Burch Jr (Wallace) 475

E 9916 fENo\52S\ :to Oo. f' MIUlei's Wm R &Ollie V. Carter .,. .8857 Begin 50ftSofNWcorofLot381kS Lo S ........ ........ o. O. & Louise Anis ....... 593, S 100 FT F.l T.h.: : Raymond Gnffis ...............
Com 200 ft cor o. Rge2runS60ftE.ftN60ftW 4 ... ....... .. ...... o. O. Louise ... 5.93 EIOFTOFWI6SFTOFN1OFTOF 5.1
Survey run N 13 f E f S 50 f ................ ........ Ruby Lang ............... 3.1 Lot 7 ............. .... O. O. & Louise Annis .......... 593 LOT 66 LESS N 50 FT FOR RD R. H. 4 Minnie Peters .. ....... 275
135 ft W 100 ft Ni Thomas J Tanksley. Jr. .wife 4007c Com at point 45 f W of NE cor o Lott ........... ..... D. W. Daphlne C. Norris ..... ..2 Lot as per DB 366-410 .... ...... J. w. &Annie Huguley Jr ..... 1183
N of W .o tt of iLt1 Lot 3 Blk 5 Rge W 55 f S 55 f Lot f ....... .... ... .. O. O. Louise Annis .. R2DB RPT LOT 71 DB 311.38
aVid less Parts fost\S\ Lot W A &Ruby T. Barnes .. 7X95 E 55 tt N 55 tt .. .... .......... Horace Garner ............ 3." Lot 10 ...... .. ..... C. 4 & McKinney (Chester) 8283 Lot 2 .. ......... ..... ...... L F. Gann (Only) ...... .
S 100 ft of N tt Ol W Lot 5 Replat of Lot 4 Bit 5 Range 2. Simon J &Mary Johnson ... ..I Lot 1 .............. .. O. O.Bet& Anis .......'.. 5.93 NEW GAINESVILLE PB A-44 .. '
lot EW of Lot 12 '' ;V Lot' 12 P M Heckird ........, 5.3 GOS ADDITION Lot ....... .... ..... o. O. &Louise ....... 593 BEG AT INTERSECTION OF W LINE
Corn 2574 tt N of 1E ; en S'S. o NW1 Lot 3 Ilk 2 Lot 14 .. ........... ..... OF LOT 89 4 S LINE OF HIWAY
ErunNf215ftW3 o .
O. .
O. Louise Annis 5.93
f 9' f Rnge ... .... .... Johnnie B &Dorothy M Jackson S3..Lot 15 ....: .......... & .. NO 1 RUN SE-LY ALONG HIWAY
...... ............ J L Est 17227 N of Lot 2 Stephenson Replat .. O. O. & Louise Minis .. .. 5.93
Gerge. .... 10 f o i ......... ..... .. 9/ TO POB SELY ALONG HI.
f ..... ..
31 O.
Lt : O. Louise Annis 5.93
8 In Lot ,. 19.54NEfyEaiOTg Blk 3 .... a May & .
4 .
4, 1 .. WAY 58 FT
5W1 1j Ws Thls Ran. : Ray Latha 17 ....... ....... O. O. Louise Annis ....... SWLY 182 FT TO PT
... ..... .
of '
S .. .. & 71.0
Beg 3 I 0nrE to RR R.W .... $Lot 1 V. ...... .. ..... O. O. Louise Annis .. ... 5 FT SE-LY- FROM W LINE OF LOT
ftt55 N 5 f o W n1 ft o SE' L E Lot ... .. ... .... I 10.21. W-LY 58 FT TO W LINE OF LOT
| R.W to Pt. opposite 2. f o N. SW1 of Lot a Blk 2 Lot *1................ .... O.O. O.O. Louise Louise Annis Annis ........ .. 5.93 89 NE LY 200 FT TO BEG ..... ... Grad Porter ,,....
POB /t'lt'iiViM Dorothy Browning ...... 21.4 Range 4 .................. Robr & Lucille Mobley .... 1.3 Lot 21 ......... .. .. & ... Rr.S-D LOT 91 PB D-8 2.0
O. .
Beg 444 f'S'to,R NWof RR NE on RR NI VEITCH of Lot ADDITION 1 Bit 1. Range 5 ...... Wii. I Rut Green ...,. Lot 2 .... ........... O. O.O. && Lcu'Louise-a Annis Minis .......... 593 5.93 Lot ..... ...... ..... .........*...... W. E. Hart ...................... 31.3

50 5 50 f ft More or Less w to Point ofsB10eg.ft Lots 11 a 21 ................... Spearman Brewing Co. .... 11.03GREGORY Lot Lot 11* ...........,................ O. 0. & Lej'-e *Annls' :::::::::: swj 593 S NEW 70 FT GAINESVILLE OF W 10 FT PB A4 FT

IJ J. L Gerg. Est ...... ANNEX ORMAN .EST.PS. E- I LoiS "" OF LOT 9 ...... 3 W. O. .Vergie Crews .. 3499
179LoR1 .
: T .. ... .... J C Courtney a wife ..... ...... ifIGtt
of Ln1'w"it Lot 4 a 5 . .... .1 ............ N 110 FT OF E
jJJ Elizabeth L. Phine
Addition in J L George Est ...... .121 81k of Bllnln ReSurey ..... E F &May S Cannon ... 6.2 Lot ............ .... .... Mir. 4 Louise Annls ... 13.2 FT FTLOF9S :.. ... .16 Josephine Ray ............. 3.5

C F Goodman's, NY L ... Lots 1.3 I ..... ..Blanin...........Re.. W. .. ..... Lot 27 ........ ..... O. O. Louise Annls" :::::::::: 59: S100FTOFN241FTOFW31OFT .
17 tI7 of J Nina Hall .......... I7J3 survey. .. Jon Harrel ... 1.6 Lot .................. O. O. & Louise Anis ,... 5.93 OF LOT 96 LESS W FT OF N
In SW j"L nSo' lots BlandingsResur- ................ & ... 50 FT 12 .Rosa Malphurs Leroy) ....
1.2.)5 I .... L
Sc. ... ,. ..'R.PI.t',/ Mi"r Clarence & Eula Thomas ...... 6.6 vey ..............._............ Jon W Harrel .......... 27.27 JJ Lot J 3 .. ....... .. O.. O.. Louise Louise Annis Annis ............ 593 593 N 88 FT OF S 244 FT'OF' E 125'FT'OF 2.6
Lots Walkers 'Li Lots 1 Blk 5 IW'M FT .... & W 155 FT OF Doris! 4 Annie Ellis .
.. ....... .. ... 1 &1. Banings.. ..Re... W. .. Lot 32 :.. ... A""'* .. 137M LOT 97 .... 1)94
.. .
1 ... i. ; .. C W 4 .Julia M Haskins ... 3764. survey Jo Harrel .. .... 1.3 W 20 FT OF LOT 3............ Anis Lois. .. .. E 178 TOFLOT107SOFRDLESS
19 of Repllt of 56. Lot 1 .. Lamar : .... NORWOOD HEIGHTS .. .... & ... 7.1 A TRIANGLE
Lt o Lot A'h'tI .. 1231 Lot .... ...... o. AS PER DB 342-
O. Louise Annis
5 1 NE Lot 1 lit 1 ....... .. ....... A E Lancaster .. 3 ..... & .. .. 313 A. E. Eva Pegram ..,. .
& NS .. Lot .... .. .. I
Co 10 ft E 502 f. .. 2. 3 .... ... O. O. Louise Annls ...... 5.93 ... .. s.$
.... ....... .
Blk 1 &
W Lot 2 .
A ....,. .
run ... E Lancaster .. .. GAINESVILLE PB A-45
.... Lot .. ...
1 o. .
O. : 593
10" to P.8 ...: ... .Lot 19"run. HUh Edwards, I n ...... 5.t Lots .) .6 .....:.;.....;.. A E Lancaster .... ......... 21. Lot 3 ............ ...... .. 004 Louise Annis .. .. 593 REPLAT BKS 1 2 PB

Con.211ttSo' NE cor E of bolt. N S. Lots 6 ................. A E Lancaster ......,..... 2.9 Lot 3 ..................... O. O. Louise Louise Annis Anis ......... 593 Lot 1 8k2 ... ... .......... H. Anderson (Hutcherson) ...... 3."
N .. .
W 5 4 lots 10 a Blk 6 A E Lancaster ,. ... & Lot 25 Bk' ... ... Loti.M .... 215
10 f .. ;...;. 1 ... .... 3.3 Lot 3 .. .. ... O. O. Louise 5.93 .
Ector ... . Less 6 ..
.. 7 less 7 also &
M .n 2549 Ilk A E .. All NEW GAINESVILLE
Lancaster ,
S.ri Lo PB A-45
: : .... ... Lot .. ... .. ... O. O. Louise ..... 5.93
I H1lLr . ... .. .. 3 .. I it Bertha
ADDITION ....... Lot 6 Blr 7 . Waiter Wllliams ............ 475 Lot ..................... o. O. Louise Anis ... .. W 5W FT OF LOT 1 LOT 2 Bk WIgglesworth '", 3931
W 140 tt of Lot 27 ... N of Blvd.3111YIng.- *" J I &Alene Rivers ..... 1.0 Lots DEtTl\BIk I ....-...... .A. E Ida Lancaster ..... 7. Lot 4 .................. ..... O. O. & Louise Anis ... 5.9. Lots 3 4 5 & 1 T. V. 8. Ursula Riley ........ 2489
11 N lying .. A K CAROL Anis .. .
/ less E 1r tell w ..... 16.6 Lot ... ..... .. & Lots 10 11 12 k1'2&.w.5V'
.. .. Wm. Butler .. 71.27
Lotso .. .. F'OF
ft oE 11 f of Lot Lots 23 Blk C.................. Ben F. a Gladys Griffin 110,26 4 .N..s.. .. LOT 14 Bk ............. W. E t Lone Duster ...... 4485
I ... Lot ... ......... O. O. Louise .... .. 5.93 .
N of Blvd I .. A K. Lot 6 Bit D.... .... ..... .. Shepard M .. ... 4 ... & Anis .. NW OF J C. & Edna Willlarrs ....... 3817
iTT. Strinelow.. .... 1.1 .. &Mar F.br ".Ia Lot ........ .... .. O. O. Louise ....... 5.93 LOT 7 Bk 1 ...............
COURT .. .. .. Anis Edna .
& William ..
Lot 2 .
HIGHLAND R. J ... SW OF LOT Jae& 1544
81.1st Ad .. Clre 107.7 Lot 46 7 14 .
.. o. O. Louise Anis 593 .... ..
4 Lot 1 Blk 2 -. Highland Courts. Inc. ..:::::::::: 27.43Let Lot. U Bi' HAdd ...... .' W G .Lois A Gato. Jr. 5.97 Lot 47 .......... ....... o. O. Louise .......... 593 Lot 1 Bk 21 .... ............ Barbara Jewel Griffin 1473
Blk .. Highland Courts. Inc 24.29 Lot 1/ & Anis J. 4 Frances Feaster .
2 : W a Jr. .,.. Lot .. .
...... .. 24 ... .. .
it. ADDITION 7.0 .. .......... O. O. Louise Annis ........ 5.93 1.
Lot 1 Carol Estates East ..... Lo &
ELLIOTT NGiii .. Coy a Helen B. Thomas .. .. Lot 2 Bk 3a "PAR'
.... .. 2.7 ..... ..... o. O. Louise Annis 591 OF
Blk S S ... Billy J 4 Mary C Bounds 89.53 Lot 2 Carol Estates East ,..., ... Lo & .... 'EV W
of Helen L. S
Coy Thomas
NEW ... .. .... ... $ PER Lillian W.ters
2 Range I ... .... Chas 4 Slater .. ........ 47.73 Lot 3 Carol Estates Es .. .. I .... l 5 ..... o. O. & Louise Annis ........ 5.93 ur.AcNkV OR 2.2 H: 2145
Blk L.
Lot 2 Midre .. Coy Thames .. .. ... : : ... 81 Dorothy Moore ::::::::: 1274:
f ,.. .... : Ie 3. .. ... .... O. O. Louise Annis .. 593 .
W of Let 2 Blk 2 Rin. Virginia M ,., 21J7E SUNNYBROOK EST & ... Lot 11 Bk 34 :::::::::::::: : : : Rose Y. Homan ....... '
6 f f ,.,.. A :::: Lot 52 ...............: .... o. O. Louise Minis ......... 593 .... 1112
k Mary C Arnold ... &
Of trosB: l 2 All tots 3 .42.: 4Blk Jame & 21 05 Lot 10 .. ........... E. E. &Clara Cln ..... .1 Lot 53 ............. O. O. Louise Annis ......... 593 lots JJ 37 S OF HIWAY 4
E 80 tt 1 .. Lo 1 ................ Woro a Ken ..... 10.16 Let ....................... o. O. &Louise Minis .. ST AS PER DB 357344 ? .? J. W. Harrell (only) .......... 47
1 Rang* 17 ._...u. 0 0 Annls ............., 30 Lot .......... .... Virginia ..... 51 5 ............. .......... O. O. & Louise Annis ............ 10.3Lt LAKEWAY GROVES PB C-14 .S
FAIRFIELDSD Lot 19 .................... W. R. a Fr.zer ....4-. 5 .. & 10.26 NW of Lot 1 Blk Bruce A. Edwards .. ..
...... .. A 4879
Jeani D. .. .. .
... ... 51.1 .. .. .. .. W. Sharon .
tG .. .. .. Mitl. Boze.n ..;... ,.. 2fJ4. Lot 2 ..............._.. Kin D. &Evele J. White ... 5 ..................... O. O. & Louise Prie..........10.26lt MCDONALD ACRES PB D-12
HEIGHTSLots .. ... .. .. 5 &
LN Lot 3 .. . Nom. ... 51.56 .... ..... .. .. .. LITTLE GANDY PB
H... Flicia **. & Ha5plu ... .. O. O. Louise Annis .......... 593 a.2
&f Blk 11 ft .Ilk-v"L ... J Ale A &Marian L McNellis Druash ::,...:: 98.38 Lot ................... Ruth .... 3.0 L ...... ............... O. O. & Louise Anis .......... 5.93 Lot 2 51 7 le E F ...... Angelina H. Elder ... .. 7.H
Lots 4 S o Lo 1 & 6555TOM Lot 3 .. ................... .... p. A. .Ruth Zimmerman 6 ........ & Lots 1 Bk .. .... Edward R. Cathcart .
1HiARR I LANDS Lot .... .. ... Mr. a 57.7 Lot 6 ... ... ..... O. O. Louise Annis .. ... 593 2..
I. Hazard .. CLINCH
S of Lot 7 .,... -.*... .<... Charlie 4 Artie Bell Graham .. 4.11 SECTION ..... Mrs ... 51 Lot ................... O O. & Louise Annit ....... 5.93 BEG AT GRT PER GOV PLAT

lot-1 .................... .,,.. Julia Fox ................:.:., JJ3THOMASADDNINSECTION4.lt.lt N FT si S 2689.52 FT OF E 60 Lot 6 ...:...... ... O O. Louise Minis ....... 593 SON E NE LINE COR OF SECTION RUN
S OF W FT ........... ..... WIt Water Co.Inc: Lot ....... ...... ... Mir E Kimrrel (only) ......... 15.3 5 MIN W 355 FT 25233 FT N 1 DEG
117.9 .... ... .
Lot 4 4 N 40 of Lot S Blk A Lo 6 ... ..... .. 4 Louise Ants .....
S 20 NofHLANDSSD 75 tt x f East ...... H W Futwood wife 8591 FERNWOOD MANOR C. S Buler ....., 411 l 6 ...................... O. O. Louise Annis .......... 5.93 S 525 FT N 85 DEG S MIN W 473.
HIG 4 Alley 6 I o N. .. Lot 10 .. .. ... ... ...,,. S. P. a Henrietta ........................ O. 0: Louise Annis ........ 5.93 FT N 4 DEG 55 MIN E 534 FT S
.. DEG
.... W1.ms Let 68 .. .. .... ... .. Billy Marilyn Johrson 5410PINE MIN E 429 FT TO BEG
let M .ROBERTSON. .ADDITION Joni Le &wife .... 91 Lot 23 ... ... ADDN ..' Wm P. I Elaine. Bro ....... 3.1 51.9 CREEK PB E4. ... .. & .. AS PER DB 147163 T. J. t Helen Davis ...... 14183

DOtG tt of Lot 2 BUt 1 1 S Wilson 4 wife .. 12.07 WESTMORLAND .. 1'.1'E". W. G. .. .. ...... E. S. Bernie Haney ..... tU2 NAPIER GRANT OB 591
Lot 3 &S 34 Rn.. Web .... Lot .Dorothy Carson ..... 192.45 FOREST PARK FARMS PB C-44 N 359 FT OF S 519 FT OF THAT
t Ilk 2 F Hart .. 40.04 C3O -m
of Lot .. 3S-9-19
S &Jul. ... OF
125" S Rn.I 1............. R ....... ...... J2J4W S FT OF WW LESS S FT Lot 11 LESS PART AS PER OR I OF 1VSARMS LOT M E OF HW .NE. R. L t Lydia Ward .. .. 44.50B.
17 ,.. .
1 4 ft Cf I Cf Lot 2 115 104-324 ...' ."- J. A 4 Marian McNellis 47 99 .
37SttN4Sbyl87ttE4Wiyv 103. &Eli
E 1 Tyke
S fNS"Ea cor 1 Of 1 2 Rnge'2 Elbert R. KWwell Jr. .wife ... 51 ISO FT t LESS N 26945. FT OF W MEADOW WOOD PB E-47 ( .... 2447 I R.w OR 146.369 m.m. LESS....SaD... G. .M."are Haler. 12 f

Cam 150 ; E 194 ft Ronald D Jan Paula 400 FT OF E 450 LESS N 1 ... .. ....................... ...... COLCLOUGH HILL 1 OR 31S I. G. & .
N ft S Wi:son .,.. SJ8 190 OF S 159314 FT OF E l F. Buccafurno 24 89 ..
run ,.
31. .. .
S .. ... Marare Halver
ff of SWcor Lot 4 Blk F LESS I ._.....-._............... D. Florence Sherman 29J9Le J .. Thomas 2.2
Com 1 Rnge 33J3 E 200 ft S 100 tt W FT W 333 FT S. W 300 FTOFESOFTOFN22IFTOFS 20 .... ...... .S-D.....1..p.. .. w. T..& FIlMBAYNARD Grimes ...... 307 lot SECION 4 ..WHO....... ... ........ I trl "... J-

100 ft N44.67ftW100ft9433.33ftto00BNegef 101. FT 4 LESS N191.1FTOF Lot LE. I ..............=.. Cobb .......... 512 ARES AS PER DB 82201 S.
4 -
Joe Avera FT OF E 160 OF W
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_Firidoy June 5, 1954 Gainesville Sun 7

TV Is Senate Expected Space CampaignIssue RaceIs I Navy Ensign Tries to Calm .

S tyingWay Hot Costa Rica VolcanoBy

To Vote Cloture

3WASHINGTON tork.iJHttU'lt ROBERT BERRELLEZSAN express train speed. The avalanche -the 1964-65 coffee crop. The government

JOSE, Costa Rica (AP- carrying boulders the estimates a crop loss of
WASHINGTON (AP) Sen. lation administration forces quired two-thirds if 99 votes are Congressional A young U.S. Navy ensign who size of houses on its crest, 20 to 30 per cent. The coffee
Hubert H. Humphrey said today might be able to invoke the de cast. line of opened a new looks small enough to get lost sideswiped Cartago flatteningscores crop Costa Rica's chief dollar
tAHASSEE AP) -Flori.. he is reasonably optimistic bate-limiting cloture procedureby Humphrey said his optimismfor on the space program in a subchaser has been given of homes and killing nine earner, normally brings in
Thursday .
?: iucational television sys-, the Senate will vote to shut off persuading some foes of the success in the vote Tues- Space Agency of by accusing the the big job of taking some of persons. some $45 million annually.

J carrying out its top aim the marathon civil rights de bill to stay away. day had risen somewhat be- the safety of astronauts disregarding in its the bite out of an angry Central The Seabees employing 50
/thg teachers improve thelJyrEkf : bate. He expects 99 senators to But the Minnesota senator American volcano.
cause "we had a good day haste to get to the moon. I planeloads of heavy equipmentthat
instruction, but it also be on hand for the crucial test discounted this. He said the vote yesterday.' He referred to vote The House Republican confer-I Almost as if sensing an affront eventually will be turned
the taxpayers.inilhions of next Tuesday. was so important'and the time over to the Costa Rican government -
commitments but would not ences' task force on space Costa Rica's mighty Mt.
'4s, the State Educational Hurphrey, assistant Demo- was announced so far in elaborate.His and aeronautics claimed that, Irazu has been roaring angry under the Alliance for Pro- I

'lision annual Commission reported. cratic leader and the bills floor advance that no senator really official position, the sen- the Space Agency was ,not interested defiance ever since the ensign gress program, are clearing and
jits report to. Gpv. told the would have an excuse for being widening the channel of the last
manager newsmen in and his 32-man of U.S.
ris Bryant, the commission ator explained, still.is that "we developing a capa- crew
that state only absentee be knew of would absent. will get more than 40 Demo- bility to rescue astronauts, Navy Seabees arrived last week. slide.
appropriations be Sen. Clair Engle, D-Calif., "We are expecting to have to who may be stranded in orbit. They will construct 12 foot
construction have totaled crats. Other party sources said "It's impressive said Ens.
who has had two brain opera- produce 66 votes to obtain cloture The claim, disputed by Space I dikes along the channel running
Jy $893,168 since 1957 while tions. ," he said. prospects now were good for 43 Hans W. Zassenhaus 26, as he above and below Cartago. The
capital assets of the six I or 44. officials as contained in had his first close look at the
I dikes will follow the of I
Earlier there had been specu-- This would be exactly the re- a task force statement calling course
4sting E-TV stations are val- Senate Leader Everett 11,262-foot smoke-covered peakof
Republican -for! a slow down in the Gemini the otherwise peaceful Reven-i AT THE
at $4 million.se M. Dirksen has said he expects Irazu volcano. tado River a stream barely I
project the next in the
of television as a means 25 or more Republicanswill manned step With a hint of awe the lean,' three feet across at Cartago. I GAS WE-LL

[stretching the education dol- Claim Progress vote in favor of cloture. until the space feasibility flight program of provid-- blue-eyed sailor from 3711 Military Cheers from several thousand 1

means that more money is Pressed in the Senate Thurs- ing "rescue ships" can be ex- Road, NW Washington ,Cartago residents greeted the I
j- ilable for teacher pay raises day by Sen. Wayne Morse D- plored. D.C., added: "I just hope it'arriving Seabees. These turned I

Id for alleviating the problems Ore., as to whether the votes The statement viewed stays peaceful and lets us finish to wide eyed respect as the

jbased-4 by rapid enrollment the In Strike Talks for cloture 'were nailed down, within the administration was as further the job. I'd say this is the Americans worked busily in a
mmission said.
toughest assignment I've ever drenching rain. Townspeoplelost I
Humphrey replied: "If I have to indication of
a Republican
'. Florida with_six full time E-TV I had."
[ no time tearing down a few I
give an opinion now, I would 'I intention to make the
tations.. continues. to lead the na- LANSING Mich. (AP-Mich-- Romney angrily accused the say costly Assent was nodded by his two "Marines go home" signs that!
yes. space a partisan issue
I pon, it saia.if igan's mediation director. today company of "unfair labor prac- I the program top aides, Chief Petty Officers had sprouted around Cartago. ,
in I
Four new stations are expect- sounded hopeful that a weekend tices and worse" in the bitter 98- But he added, with grin: I Last coming political cam Earl W. Moore, 50, of 2105 Fears of a giant eruption have;
paign. week the SPECIAL
I to go on the air later this settlement could be reached in, day-old strike and sought a legal -"Provided all our colleaguesare Citizens Committee Republican Reeves Drive, Raleigh, N.C.; icreased. The volcano has be- -

fed or next year, making a the violent Essex Wire Corp. means to shut down the here provided the winds of somewhat similar issueda and John W. Hillhouse, 37, of come more awesome and dan-! BRAKES

I of 10. strike which brought the National firm's Hillsdale plant a second good luck blow our way, and calling for abandonment statement of the 6818 Adams Ave., Bell Gardens, gerous in its activity in the last:

Furthermore the commission Guard to HilIsdale. time. provided I have not mLcalcu- 1970 "deadline" for Calif. two months. Once given to long' RELINEDwith

I said that federal legislation that Malcolm R. Lovell Jr., chair lated." manned landing a Zassenhaus bosses a $2-mil-1 periods of sighs and grunts be-;,
will result in television sets being .The governor called out the Morse had said it would bea expedition on the moon. lion flood_ mntrnl,.__ r rni -/'f _. tween occasional heavy explosions 1495
man of the State Labor Media- The Republican line of ----- n -- ---- r.-J--- .n. Bonded
i produced that can pick up tion Board, said he was "hopeful National Guard one week ago, great mistake to file a cloture with its emphasis the attack he; agriculturally important the volcano now thunders LiningFvrd.PIymoMthChev.Rombkr" '

pot only channels 2 through 13 that we can finish this (bargaining -and closed the plant as part of petition until the votes for potentially emotional issue upon of iown,.of Cartago, 12 miles, east with earth shaking explosions I
but also the ultra high frequency an emergency order issue in it were certain. of San Jose and nine miles down that send showers of car-sized!
) up today or Saturday. astronauts dying in
channels from 14 through 84 is a I the wake of a series of violent Humphrey said he, other lead- space was the' slope from the volcano'stop. rocks lazily over its rim. Peopleno
"We're meeting an atmos reminiscent of a 1960
tremendous push for develop- incidents in the strike. ers and Senate leadership staff report bya This is no ordinary flood longer walk to the rim to
phere that is cordial and constructive Kennedy administration task
ment of still more stations. aides have been struggling with control scheme. It involves mud, gaze into the boiling smoky i 1
be said after company He allowed'the plant to force. That report suggested the
I There are 16 UHF channels reserved reopen this problem for weeks not water. Mixed with rain volcanic central crater. J
and union ,negotiators Tuesday, however, saying he Space Agency was endangering
for educational television "We are convinced/he as- ash becomes a dense compound A shift in wind direction In
emerged from a 10-hour sessionat had no choice once law and the lives of Mercury astronautsby
r stations In Florida and when serted, "that at no'time has it using the still knownas, lajar. the past several weeks has i
there are great numbers of sets 2:30: a.m. They scheduled: another was restored. looked better for the Senate to rocket to boost unproven their Atlas Toward the end of Costa given San Jose partial respite; 475F1".3 Fi'rr,3O

made that can receive the programs meeting for 3 p.m. International Union of Elec- obtain cloture." sules into orbit. cap- Rica's long rainy season last from the heavy ash fall. Heavy;
"Most of the minor issues December the well damage has b inflicted MUFFLERSGUARANTEED
the stations are more trical Workers Local 810 struck saturated een on I
likely to be built. have been cleared up Lovell the Hillsdale plant Feb. 28. The cover of lajar blanketing Irazu's FOR

The commission said that the said. "We're" down to the major local, which replaced the Teamsters Deputy Kills Negro After slopes came slithering down at THE LIFE OF CAR
use of television for giving instruction 0I'
as bargaining agent INSTALLED WhiU U Wait
There also developmentsoutside
Florida con well tin u e d to growin the bargaining room. A for 180 Essex employes seeks a Hit Beatles Hit Non Tromferroblt

nation.It .as as throughoutthe union leader accused Gov. first contract with Essex.In Being by- Gun Blast a INSTANT CREDITTo

said that 668,000 students in George W. Romney of ruining Washington James B. Ca LEESBURG AP) -Lake Holders of Notional
said he got his double IIi
chances for settlement'soon.. Credit Cards
elementary and secondary a ey IDE national president, County Deputy Sheriff James barreled shotgun from the car
schools got part of their teach- And a leader of a noninvolvedlunion sent Romney a telegram say- Yates shot. and killed an elder. moved into the field and I

ing via televisions. More than added his criticism of ing: ly Negro Thursday night after 'Who shot me?" yelled: Denmark GASWELL
half the 67 counties make some 11e SJ3 E3Jq3UTJJS IftlM! UOIJOnp: in being hit by a shotgun blast ([AP-Danish teen agers are .
use of educational,systems and operate'with nonunion employes "Your action restoring pro- while checking'one of his trieson He said he heard someone reloading -just like those in Britain and

other counties are in the plan- while using the National Guardto duction with strikebreakers at a rural road. a gun in the darknessand the United States. They go crazy

nin" dJH''' ._ keep Essex Wire Corp. in Hillsdale then saw a man approach. when the Beatles hit town. '
----0 --0-- rAmos ---- Sheriff identi-
UStirs Willis V. McCall
has undermined the '
possibilityof Yates quoted the man as The moptop performers from _
fied the dead Walter Hill
man as
a settlement of this disputein ing: You ain't no deputy sheriff. .' England show in
put on a
of Fruitland Park. _
the immediate and is I GOODYEARTIRE
'n' future .
I Andy totally at odds with the issuanceof Yates said he had stopped on Copenhagen Thursday and : CENTER
touched off one of the most hysterical -
road dark
the shortly after to Yates then fired bcth barrels'of .
a complaint by the National .
114 N.W. 13th ST.
demonstrations wit-
check a noise in his right front his gun, killing: Hill.. ever
Labor Relations Board
Protest in Chic against :
go"I I the for bargaining in ,wheel. He found a pebble imbedded McCall said the Negro may nessed in the. Danish capital. Phone 372.1489
I company in the tread and leaned have been Shrieking girls tried to storm
guarding the. water-
F. CHICAGO (AP) Amos 'n' are just,going vtp.:watch. it an4 bad faith. over to take, it out :he said. melon field and mistaken Yates the stage as the Beatles went -___i- I
Andy returned to Chicago television enjoy It..' Speaking to a Michigan AFL- As he bent over, Yates said, for a fruit thief. into their act. Ushers had to

Thursday night with an off- John Weigel, president of CIO meeting in Lansing, Leona he was struck from behind by a Doctors removed 15 shotgun drag the girls back to their
screen chorus of protest from blast fired seats. PHONE TODAY
Woodcock, United Auto Workers shotgun apparently
WCIU-TV defended the show on pellets from Yates' back and
c Negro civil rights spokesmen. from a nearby watermelon field. Police brought dogs to subdue
his station as "an all-time clas- vice president charged Romneyis more from his arms and legs.
,I "Tonight inaugurates the long, sic." using the National Guard in The chief investigator for the screamers who milled about '

hot summer," snapped Chuck "I think it in on way degradesor an attempt to "break the Lad, 3, Takes sheriff said about 40 pellets hit outside the concert hall. FOR HOME DELIVERYOF
Stone editor of
Defender Youthful enthusiasm not
stereotypes the Negro. The strike, with "our tax money. the door of his unmarked car.
a Negro daily newspaper.But 'Ride absence of ailing
lessened the
on FreightELDORA Yates was released after treat- by
people In the show live on a high'
as much as civil rights More than 800 N ational drummer Ringo Starr.

leaders deplored it, some said level." They don't live in pover Guardsmen are patrolling Hillsdale Iowa (AP) Three- ment.State Attorney Gordon G.: Old- Starr, 23, is being treated for THEGAINESVILLE
ty. !
they wished there were more indignation a city of 7,629. Surrounding .
Edwin Berry director of the year-old David Larson, visiting ham called for an inquest at tonSilitis and laryngitis. A
among average Ne- Chicago Urban League said I Hillsdale County is under here from California climbed Tavares to Investigate the drummer accompaniedthe

groes. "Weigel represents the shallow! 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. curfew aboard a freight train while it shooting. Beatles.Graduates' SUN

Stone whose paper largely kind of understanding that un- Imposed by the governor. was stopped near grandma's I
Chicago's 900,000 Negroes rode six
serves sophisticated people have of house Thursday and it
said he thinks the pro- race relations." I miles to Steamboat Rock, where j
introduced "the hot SwimmingInstructions Delight
gram long, There were no demonstratorsat he got off.
summer" of troubled race rela- the station when the evenbg Then the train took off again

tions for two reasons: "First show went on the air. The reruns and left him stranded and in
I unite people all like it. Amos 'n' tears in the strange Iowa town.
of the television show started in FROM i& l
t Andy really is funny. No doubt 1951 will be shown twice a Attract 248 Everything came out all right

about IL"But week. but David gave an anxious timeto

I doubt that most white Swim instructors greeted 248 his mother, Mrs. Russell Lar-
I people can watch that show and Sukarno Visit j potential swimmers at the first son of Lancaster, Calif., and Newkind of pen for .. _. __. ,
that all Ne- c "
say 'session of the Gainesville Sun- Hardin County Sheriff Lowell -

groes aren't like that. Theycan't. MANILA Boys' Club Learn to Swim pro- McCormick before he was
And first thing you know, APIndonesian) gram at the Carol Estates Pool people who are always l
President Sukarno arrived in To Order
r one of them is going to be call- I yesterday. II, MiCANOPY.! MciNTOSH
Manila today for a three day, ) found.NOW i t THE GAINESVILLE SUN
Fritz AshmOre
ing some Negro, 'Hey Amos.1"Second
Boys' Club Program Direc- ink
I'm a little disturbed visit before going to Tokyo fora tor Charlie Dobbs said attend running out 1 I Phone or Write: Miconopy

about what it can do to young projected conference with Ma- ance will rise sharply next, 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. : I
Negroes who are growing up, week when classes at P. K. : ALL YOUR FAVORITE I
who are searching for racial Abdul Rahman and Philippine Yonge and St. Patrick's finish BRANDS 1 Slip in giant size Quink 2 Insert converter. fill from I I Lois OTTER Srmth CREEK W. Gaston J,.

pride. I'm afraid it will make President Diosdado Macapagal. their regular classes for the Liquors cartridge and write up to ink bottle as you would I Box 116, Otter Creek Circ. 372-8441

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5 Gainesville Sun Friday. June 5, 1964

Rules Committee\ I Rallies Negroes in Sympathy March'By :'t .

Change Unlikely JIM McGUIRK demonstrations-hIs summer teers-for St. Augustine civil nation would come to Galncs

Sun Staff Writer than last, and included the new rights demonstrations and iron- whenever they were asked.
An integration leader nam- Integration Leader Here casualties in the march "dedi ing out details of transportationand Taylor reviwed the activiil:

WASHINGTON (AP) The Chairman Howard W. Smith of ed LaVert Taylor left the St. cation/ lodging. of the SCLC in St. Augustir!]

powerful House Rules Committee Virginia and William M. Colmerof Augustine civil rights battle- From St. Earlier he had proclaimed the Taylor reviewed the activities saying no one would want to
likely will remain under the Mississippi, to form a con- ground to pay Gainesville a Augustine march as a demonstration of intention of demonstrating in tend the city's planned 40t|
tenuous control of administration -servative minority. short visit last night. sympathy for Gainesville citi- Gainesville, which he said "has ;Centennial next year bee a u s I
Democrats in 1965 althoughit Rep. John B. Anderson, R- come the demonstrators "have shoo
zens already in St. Johns County a long-way.
will have two or three new 111., reportedly has the inside He stayed just long enough to: gro Baptist minister and a mem-, quickly over the sidewalks. As: Jail for civil rights activitiesin However he said his organi- ,the city as it really is."
members.One track to replace Hoffman. No -Arouse an audience of about ber of Rev. Martin LutherKing's they walked, the marchers sang St. Augustine.Then .
one has been prominently men- 100 white and Negro persons various "freedom songs" and I
Southern Lea dership
of the present 10 Democratic he the back
tioned to take Avery's plaQe. with a mixture of impassioned clapped their hands in cadenceto group
Training Conference.His .
seats and probably two to the church. As walked THANKS
they ,
Replacing Elliott may pose speech and freedom songs in the the rhythms.By III
of the five Republican seats will Mt. Carmel Church march was orderly. After police made no attempt to helpor
since the Ala- Baptist ;
quite a problem,
the time the march hit University -
be vacant when the new Con- baman's seat normally would Raise $110 for civil rights activities -giving police a short warning, hinder, them as they moved TO ALL
gress convenes in January, as- the South. Not the group walked, about 10 p.m.1from Ave.,, police motorcy- along the sidewalks, sometimes
belong to ;
suming continued Democratic liberal Southerners acceptableto many -Talk the audience into the church at NW Fifth,des, squad cars ,and plain-,blocking the streets as they MYFRIENDS
a clothes detectives
control of the House. were arriv crossed intersections. .
Ave. and Fourth St. to JJW
the Democratic leadershipare singing, clapping "St. Augustine I I
ing in force. Joined by at least : .
The Democratic vacancy will available or willing to take sympathy march" from the Sixth St and University Ave. ambulance No clashes occurred. The few] .
one blankedthe
be the seat of Rep. Carl Elliottof the political risk involved in church to the County Courthouseand and up University to the court- they with white persons on the streets:
area, moving the
Alabama, who was defeatedfor House Rules Committee mem- back; house. march.At simply watched silently. I I
,renomination in Tuesday's bership. -Recruit Taylor and other leaders or- After returning to the church, For their in campaignfor
a number of support end assistance my
El- personsto the courthouse ,
primary. One Republican : square, Taylor and other integration
Most prominently mentionedis go to St. Augustine to get ganized the marchers into a re-election. Your and help ment
J. Hoffman of Illinois, is Taylor delivered a short encouragement
mer leaders
volun"Dena's "
recruiting -
Rep. Claude Pepper of Flor- double file that moved
thrown compact
running for a state office and in jail in sit- speech proclaiming, "We w ant more to me than I can ever hope to express. I will
an avowed liberal who ins and
another, William H. Avery of voted for the civil rights bill and integration activities. all of our rights, here and now." try harder than ever to measure up to the confidenceyou
Taylor 23 for
a -
year-old Ne- Beauty"IS
Kansas, is running for governor -who comes from a liberal dis- Afghan. Official "This is going to be a long, have shown in me.
but still could change his trict. Although a House fresh- hot summer," he quoted Rev. NOW IN THEIR
mind and seek re-election to the has served in the King as saying.He NEW LOCATION '
House. man, Pepper Saki's Short Ends TreatmentMOSCOW 2902 N.W. 13th Street CLAUDEBRANDON
Senate. predicted that more deaths PH. FR 2.4097
All the remaining 12 memberscome Elliott's colleagues expect (AP-Prime Min- would occur from civil rights
from districts consideredsafe" him be offered federal Stories
to a good SetOnWUFTTV
ister Mohammed Yousuf of Af- -""'- ]{,l' !,'"tm, -, 7'HM..=- _
for re-election. position when he leaves Con-
Avery and Hoffman, along gress. His controlling vote in the ghanistan flew home Thursday

with the other three Republicans House Rules Committee will be after nearly four months of f t {
generally have teamed up''I'' needed during the remaining medical treatment in the So- ;

in the past with two Democrats, months of the present session. The work of one of the west- viet Union. His departure was

ern world's finest short story announced by the government

Local Educators To Key television writers comes series,alive marked during with a agency Tass which did not re- i. A s

hilarity and horror, that pre- port the nature of his illness, .

mieres tonight at 9 o'clock on or how he responded to treat- f
= PTA Leadership CourseA WUFT-TV, Channel 5. ment. The Afghan Embassy de-

Produced in England by Granada -clined comment.
delegation of Gainesville' ship of a workshop on educa- Television
tional television.E. ______ "Saki... ..: The__ Improper u-I I
and Alachua County educatorswill Stones of n. Munro"is I
C. Manning, Jr., Alachua
play key roles in the 28th being distributed in this HOUSEHOLD
annual Short Course in Parent- County school superintendent, country by National Educational -
,Teacher Leadership at the University -will participate in a discussion Television as part of its rV
of South Florida in group on the priorities of Florida's -Friday night prime time offer- PESTSARE
Tampa June 912. school system.H. ing "Festival of the Arts."

I Dale Smith, High Springs, This eight program series' H$
Dr. C. Lee Eggert, professorof Alachua County school board contains several stories v Y
education at the Universityof member, will participate in a ing the range of Saki's cover-I ON THEPPxOWL

Florida, and Mrs. Myron discussion group on Florida's nation from dryest wit
Blee, president of the Florida school needs at the 28th Annual bane horror to unbridled hilarity. -J ,
Congress of Parents and Teachers Short Course in Parent-Teacher Connoisseurs of the short
will speak on "The Many Leadership at the University of story have long considered DOES YOUR .
Faces of PTA." South Florida, June 9-12. Saki's minute masterpiecesamong HOME HAVE .

The conference is conductedby the ultimate examplesof Avr ROACHESFLEAS ? "
Dr. Maurice R. Ahrens, as- / %*
the Florida Institute for Continuing a
sistant dean of the College of the form.A / ?
Studies and
Education, will lead a work University group of six characters are ..' ANTS
Florida Congress
is sponsored by the
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stories in the television series
youth. offers for PTA .Y' MOTHS out, seven thousand Ford Dealers all the
an opportunity develop. These six either are / over country have teen weeping and wringing their hands. They

William G. Mitchell, produc- members to develop ways of involved in the action of the Florida Pest Control will give can't get as many Mustangs as they would like. All this would upset us, too, except it's happened to us before.
FICUS to insure -
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Division of Radio and Televi- quality instruction in Florida's incidents stories or that introduce have happened them as to you trolling a FREE these estimate embarrassing for con-, You see, this was the hottest sales year in Ford Division history even before Mustang came out. At the beginningof

sion, will share in the leader- schools. people they know. pests.destructive The and nominal disease, fee carrying chargefor the model-year, dealers couldn't get enough of our big hot Super Torque Ford Hardtops (sales up 54%)...or

The starring performers are: the service may actually luxurious Thunderbirds (sales up 68%).Falcon sales are almost as big as Chevy II and Valiant combined. Fa Jane

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Satisfaction Than 3 'Squares'A Greenwood.The "'62661OOD t(;. Thunderbird,Falcon and Fairlane Joms.WIly dont you come see what all the shooting's ORD I

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Koufax Spins Third No-Hitter at Phils

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, By MIKE RATBET few innings he was just tryingto tional pitcher he was last year

Associated Press Sports Writer adjust his motion. when he won Most-Valuable-

Koufax has finished "I have been studying pictures Player honors and the Cy

Sandy I in magazines of my Young Award as the best pitcher -

Fridat practicing.He form," Koufax explained, '"andsuddenly in the majors. But everyone I w
,Ir 1 r June S 9b 4 finished about halfway realized that I had presumed he was still shakingoff C
PeyeT the third no-hitter of
through been stepping too far to the left an early season injury.
his major league career, allow
with the right foot across
ing only one walk in a 3-0 vic- I my Against the Phillies, it was 1 3 ,

tory over Philadelphia Thurs- I body. difficult to tell where Koufax

day night and joining Bob More to Right corrected his mistake. Only four

Dancer Puts in Bid Feller as the only triple no-hit "So in the first few innings I balls were hit to the outfield

hurlers in modern baseball his- concentrated on making an ad- and the closest thing to a bit

T justment, stepping more to the was Richie Allen's slow grounder ,

tory.Minutes later, in the Los An- right It felt fine. I had the old in the seventh Inning, scooped -

geles Dodgers' dressing room, pitching rhythm back." up by third baseman Jim

t For Elusive the unshaven Koufax made a No one knew it was missing. Gilliam, who quickly fired to

!: ::,. Triple startling revelation-in the first Koufax had not been the sensaIeg first for the out.

.. Thrown Out
.IL I Allen also was the lone Phil-

I By ORLO ROBERTSONNEW In addition to Northern Dancer -]I Post time is 3:45 p.m., EST I lies' baserunner but was thrownout

.YORK (AP-Northern from E. P. Taylor's Wind- with television (CBS) scheduledfor ScoresUp attempting to steal after

fields Farm of Canada, the 3:30-4 p.m. and radio (CBS) walking on a 3-2 pitch in the
Dancer puts his bid for thoroughbred from 3:40-4: p.m. fourth inning.
names of El Peco's Hil Rise of
racing's elusive Triple Feller, the only other pitcherto

Crown on the line Saturday California; Paul Mellon's Vir The Favorite hurl three no-hitters, in post-
From the position of the sec Up UpGainesville's
ginia-bred Quadrangle Roman 1900 action in Cleveland
; was
against seven other 3yearolds.And ond choice to Hill Rise in the ,
the mighty mite from Thursday night as the Indians
: it's 3-to-5 that the Kentucky Kentucky Derby and Preaknessthe

i Derby and Preakness-Louis E. Wolfson's Harbor View Dancer has established himself bowlers have been as hot as the weatherthe played the Chicago White Sox. t :

ner will accomplish the feat by Farm; Orientalist from John as the short-priced favorite.He past few days as scores in the Classic and Sperry He wasn't at all surprised that
Koufax had matched his three
Summer Fern tIles ...
at hate ceted.
the Derby by neck loop s -cc;
won a
winning the 96th running of then Galbreath's Darby Dan Farm; no-hitters.
' $125,000-added Belmont Stakes George D. Widener's Brave Lad over Hill Rise and beat The Shuford Cagle put together what is believed to be the DODGER PITCHING ACE SANDY IiOUFAX

r. before an Aqueduct crowd of and Herbert Allen's Shook and Scoundrel, now sidelined by an best four-game total in city history in the Classic circuit "Why" said, the Feller way this"he guy's going Returns to Last Season's Top Form
this week when he hit may get
, 245-254-192-224-315. Previous high is
2V4 lengths in the
some 65,000 and a national tele- Determined Man were sched- injury, by three more of them before he's
t, rision and radio audience. uled to be dropped into the entry back in third. believed to be a pair of 872s. through." Is s tvL'OOt

( box today. Galbreath won Roman Brother ran fourth in Hank Whilm
currently carrying a 205 average in the
Only eight horses have put together last the Derby and a dismal fifth in Other GamesIn + 1 ,
with Chateaugay.With .
' year Classic had 849 192-222-223-212
an on ; and Joe Sommesehit
'I the triple in the 90 yearsIn the Preakness but came back to other National League
his third 800 set with 838
on 235-201-181-213. There have
which the Kentucky Derby, eight starters the race take last Saturday's Jersey Der- action, Pittsburgh whipped San 1
been 11 sets of 800 in
or more four weeks of Classic com-
I Preakness and Belmont have will be worth $154,600. The win- by over VA miles. Quadranglewas Francisco 4-2, the Chicago Cubs

I I been run. The last was Citation ner will earn the richest Bel-- fifth in the Derby and petition. edged St. Louis 2.1, Cincinnati

In 1948. Since then just two mont purse of $110,850 with $25- fourth in the Preakness and George Catledge had a high game of 257 while Joe downed Milwaukee 6-3 and AMERICAN LEAGUE Tomorrow's Games

colts, Tim Tam and Carry Back 000 for second, $12,500 third and then turned in a top effort for Balog had a 791 set, Jack Harris, 788. Houston beat the New York Baltimore 30 W IS L .667 Pet. G-.B. St.Los Louis Angeles at Cincinnati at New York N

have come up to the IVt miles $6,250 fourth. There were origi- runner-up honors behind the 5- Mets 73.Koufax. Chicago 26 13 .667 1 Chicago at Milwaukee
Df the Belmont with a chance nally 146 nominations at $100 High Averages :Cleveland 23 11.561 5 Houston at Pittsburgh
year-old Olden Times in the Me- bringing his record to New York 23 11.561 5 San Francisco at Philadelphia
[ for a sweep. Outsiders ruined each. It costs another $250 to tropolitan Handicap last Satur High averages include Frank Palka, 198; Sommese, 6-4 with the 99th victory of his I Minnesota 26 21 .553 S INTERNATIONAL LEAGUEW

both-for Tim Tam in 1958 and enter and an additional $1,000 to 197; Cagle, 197; Balogh, 194; Merrill Parker, 192; and career, struck out 12 Phillies, I Boston Detroit 22 18 24 25 .478.419 11 8'i Toronto 27 15 L Pet.643 G-.B,

Back in 1961. start. day.Bill Harris, 190. :Washington 20 29 .408 12 Jacksonville 24 19 .558 3Vi
1: Parry Hartack and Willie Shoe- and thus tied another record. It Los Angeles 19 30 .338 13 Syracuse 20 U554 4

maker will occupy their famil- Palka hit a 20422220935 in the Sperry loop last night. was the 54th time in his career I Kansas City Yesterdays Results 15 29 .341: 14/4 Rochester 18 17 J14 5'*

iar seats atop Northern Dancer Jim Noland had a 589 while Frances Palka led the women he had struck out 10 or more New York 9. Minnesota 7 Columbus Buffalo 21 18 21500 22 .450 0 4

I Joe Hobbs and Hill Rise, respectively. with 497 and Myrtice Gay had a 482. Palka's 222 was best batters, equalling the mark pre- Chicago Baltimore 5,at Cleveland Kansas City 1 rain Atlanta Richmond 18 13 2429 25 .342 12 9

I game. Herb Hotchkiss had a 214. Mrs. Gay had a 183. viously shared by Feller and Only games Today's scheduled Games Yesterday's Results
Buffalo 3-0 Toronto 2-2
Team No. 5 had a 2416 series and an 850 high game. Rube Waddell. New York (Terry 14) at Los. Angeles Richmond 53. Jacksonville 0-4
lone Davis made the 6-7-8-10 Koufax got the only runs he (Belinsky 2.3) night Rochester 6, Syracuse 4
split, Harvey 5-10; Boston (Wilson 3-2) at Kansas City Atlanta 8, Columbus 0
MAJOR 4I and Mrs. Palka, 278. needed when Frank Howard hit (O'Donoghue 2-2). night Today's Games
Baltimore (Barber
1.2) at Minnesota
Moves UpI his .14th homer in the seventh (Stange 1.5), night Syracuse Rochester at at Toronto Buffalo

LEAGUE )P' In the Classic, Team No. 6 had a 2347 set, second best inning off Chris Short following Detroit 5-2)), nightWashington(Lolich 4-4) at Chicago (Pizarro Atlanta at Richmond

I LEADERS of the year; and a 648 single game high, best of the singles by Gilliam and Tommy (Narum 43) at Cleveland Jacksonville at Columbus
(Ramos 2-3), night
These three-man teams.
season. are Davis. Tomorrow's Games
L Pet G.B.
New York at Los Angeles, N ,St. Petersburg 30 18 .625 -
In RanksLast Boston at Kansas
Fhe-Hitter Lakeland 28 20 .583 2
AMERICAN LEAGUE Baltimore at Minnesota Ft. Lauderdale 27 20 .574 2'*
I Rookie Steve Blass checkedthe Detroit at Chicago Daytona Beach 26 21 .553 3'.i
Batting (100 at bats)Oliva, Minne- Giants on five hits while the Washington at Cleveland Sarasota 24 22 .522 5
sota, .383; HintOn, Washington .344. MAGEE FUTURE NATIONAL LEAGUEW. Tampa 22 26 .548 8
Runs-Oliva, Minnesota, 38; Allison, Pirates struck for four runs in L Pet G.B., Miami 19 29 396 11
March, at the state high school basketball tournament Minnesota, :34. the fourth and it Wil- Philadelphia 27 16 .628 I Orlando 13 33 .283 16
Runs batted In Wagner, Cleveland put away. San Francisco 27 19 .587 m I Yesterdays ResultsSt
at Florida Gym, Joe Hobbs, one of the Gators' all- 42; Stuart, Boston 37. lie Stargell singled home the St. Louis 26 22 .542 3 Petersburg 1, Sarasota 0
tune performers confided he had his eyes set on a Hits-Oliva, Minnesota, 74; Hinton Pittsburgh 2J 22 J32 4 Lakeland 12. Tampa 5
great ,
Washington, 61 first run in the uprising, Bill Milwaukee 24 23 .511 5 Fort Lauderdale 2, Miami 0
higher target, a move from his then South Broward High Doubles Bressoud Boston, and NOW BRIGHTERRYE Mazeroski singled home two Cincinnati 23 22 .511 S Daytona Beach 5, Orlando 4, 10 Innings
Oliva end Rollins, Minnesota, 11. Chicago 21 23 ..477i Today's Games
School post into the junior college or college ranks. TriplesOliva, Minnesota, 5; Green more and Bob Bolin forced in Los Angeles 22 25 .468 7 Lakeland at SarasotaSt.
Hobbs said, "I've had five years of'high school coaching Kansas City; Fregosl. Los Angeles; Ver- final with basesloadedwalk. Houston 22 .27 .449 8 Petersburg at Tampa
salles. Minnesota 14; Colavito, Kansas the run a New York 2 15 33 .313 15V* Ft Lauderdale at Daytona Beach
(Sheridan, Ind., Tampa Chamberlain and South Broward) and City. 13.Stolen. : N.Y. (AP)For Jerry three years ago when he suffered Yesterday's Results Miami at Orlando

-.I feel that I've learned everything J'A going jo learn:in that Weis, Chicago.bases-7.Apariclo, .Baltimore- 27; Magee, golf has been better a back injury and who has The Cubs and Cardinals Chicago Houston 2 7,, St.New Louis York 1 3

...J t field HhlfiTc it's:tGne to moup: /) ) ;.., Pitching (5''decision)-Bunker. Baltimore than'a poke in the eye'with a only recently returned to form. played the season's fastest Cincinnati 6, Milwaukee S DadeViiis
4-0. 1.000; Ford New York, 6-1, Los Angeles 3. Philadelphia 0
This week, the ex-outslde sharpshooter of the Gators made .857. hockey stick. But not much. Venturi and Rodgers had 67, game in the NL, Ron Santo's Pittsburgh 4, San Fancisco 2

his 'move. And it turned out to be one that will return New Strikeouts York. 68.-Radatz. Boston, and Ford, The husky Canadian made with Rodgers playing the last 10 two-run homer in the fourth providing Today's Games GRAND JUNCTION, Colo.
San Francisco (Maricahl 81) at Philadelphia
I him to Florida Gym next December, this time as an enemy, $24 in official money on the holes seven under par after a Chicago's runs while (Mahaffey 4 2), nightSt. AP) Miami-Dade Fla.
Louis (Hobbie 0-3) at Cincinnati (Tsit- crushed host Mesa of Grand
rather than a friend. tour last and he hasn'ttopped rocky start.
Batting (100 at bats) Williams year, Charley James homered for St. ouris 1-3), night
Hobbs has accepted a post as assistant basketball coachat Chicago, .41; Mays, San Francisco the $1,000 mark yet this Louis. It was Santo's third Los Angeles (Moeller 3-3) at New York Junction 19-5 Thursday night
Institute in Va. The announce .367. The touring pros, sharpeningup (Cisco 2-5), night for the championship of the National
Lexington Runs San
Virginia Military -Mays Francisco. 44; Cle- campaign.For homer in three games and gave Chicago (Slaughter 1-0) at Milwaukee
mente, :34. for the U.S. in two
Pittsburgh Open Junior College Baseball
ment was made by VMI Superintendent Maj. Gen. GeorgeR. Runs batted In-Mays, San Francisco that kind of money he weeks wrecked the short course Dick Ellsworth, 7-4, the edge Houston Fischer(3-2)Nottebart night 0-7) at Pittsburgh

E. ShelL 44 Hits-Williams; Boyer St. Louis, Chicago 41. and Clemente, gave up thoughts of a pro on a fine, day for golf. A gusty against Bob Gibson, 5-2, in a (Friend 4-5). night. Tournament.

Pittsburgh Doublet-Williams 69. Chicago, and Cir hockey career some years ago, wind blew in mid-day but it battle of six-hitters. = -
i mente Pittsburgh 14. but only after he got poked in i IIiIP' C--= --- = .-M
seemed to help much it
as as
Robinson Blasts :
Triples Santo Chlcdge 5; Calltaon
Philadelphia; Clemente, Pinsb ur g II; the eye with a hockey stick. He hurt. T
Frank Robinson's second home -
Mays San Francisco. and Boyer, St. was left with a bad right eye, r'
-Jo r a b tstJJ Louis 4. In all 43 broke run of the game, a threerunshot iJg
and second players
( n Home runs-Mays, San Francisco 11; some thoughts. par -
JA. Williams, Chicago, and Howard, Los 72. in the ninth, gave the Reds =
"There have been times whenI
Angeles 14.
their The Braves pulledoff
t. Stolen bases-Wills. Los ,
Angeles 20; -.-
wondered if I the
Harper Cincinnat411.Pitching gave up There were nine at 68, including a triple play in the second -- -- = -- ::
: (S decisions)-Farrelt, Hous- right game,'' said Magee. --:- =
last Arnold -
-- ton, and Markhal, San Francisco 1-1. year's inning when Leo Cardenas lined rj
f ,889.Strikeouts But today the 30yearoldToronto Palmer, and the man he beat, to Mike de la Hoz with two == ,! -./
-Kouf ax. Los Angeles, 1-1 -
is al-
; whose hair
Drysdale Los Angeles 74. pro, in a playoff, Paul Harney. men on. The second baseman : '

ready graying a little from Others at 68 were Kel Nagleof flipped to shortstop Denis : .:::: :'; '-c : :

standing over three-foot putts, _
Menke for the second out and
Bob -
Australia, Goalby, Tony -
And as fate would have It, the Keydets open their season Big GreyhoundField led the $100,000 Thunderbird = =-=---=- -" -
Lema, Bob Nichols, Harold i the relay to first nailed No. 3. : ro" -
against Florida here on Dec. 2. VMI, it may be recalled, Tournament with a first-round = :r
Kneece, Bob Rosburg and Mar- Dick Farrell brought his record __ = _
upset mighty Davidson last spring in the Southern Conference Slated six-under par66 for the 6,573- --- --==== -- .
ty Furgol.Six to 8-1 against the Mets with -= == '"
and went to win the crown. Club -
tourney on yard Westchester Country
more including Bob Du- 3 2-3 innings of no-hit relief
McPherson who moved to be
Hobbs will assist Gary up -
For course. who mallet-, work by Don Larsen. The Colts,
VMI's head coach when previous mentor Louis F. "Weenie" InauguralDAYTONA den putts croquet -
One Stroke Lead style, had 69. meanwhile, collected 15 hits-
Miller resigned.
BEACH-Grey-. He had a one-stroke lead over Open champion Julius Boros; four each by Bob Lillis and Eddie -

hound stars from Miami Beach,, Phil Rodgers and Ken Venturi, had 72. Jack Nicklaus was well, Kasko-and. were aided by

HE Holds UF Records Palm Beach and Hollywood' whose game went to piecesST. back at 73.HOUSTON four New York errors.

make up the field for the 17th

At Florida, Hobbs made All-SEC, All-American and set a annual Inaugural Handicap as

flock of UF scoring records that still are in vogue. He was the 1964 racing season gets un- $atiotial ILeague Boxes

the most valuable player in the Carrousel tourney at Charlotte derway tonight at the Daytona

N.C., in 1957 and in 1958 was top point-maker in the Beach Kennel Club before what

North-South College All-Star game at Raleigh, N.C. promises to be a record opening

Hobbs and many of his teammates of that UF basketballera night crowd. LOUIS ib r" bi CHICAGO ab r IIWI abrhbl NEW YORK abrbM, Night Came PHILADELPHIA my ki ii of whiskY

have turned out to be the kind of citizens every university Post time for the first race Groat Flood cf ss 4000 4000 Stewart Rogers ss 2b 4010 4000 LIllis Kasko 2b b 6242 4041 Hunt Kanehl 2b 3b 4110 4020 LOS ANGELES aerkbi abrfclW

hopes when it sends graduates cut into life's main- will be 8:15. The daily double Whit 1b 4000 Williams If 311 I'' White H 6011 Gonder c 1011' 4000Roas! cf 3000
rf 4101 i Davis Cf
stream. Married, the father of two sons, the finest shooter again is on the first and second James Boyer 3b If 4131 4000 Brock Santo 30 rf 4112 3020 Bond Spangler rf If 4010 0000 Kra'pool Chrfpfer Ib 4110 I Wills ss 4010 Cailison rf 3000 2000
Allen 3b
had in basketball Hobbs undoubtedly will and the Lewis 0000 Banks lb 3000 Wynn d 41 0 Hickman cf 31 0 0Aspromonte Gilliam 3b 41 10
Florida ever has races "Big Q" on the 412 Altman If 4021 I TJ>avis If 4110 Cater If 3000 .
rf 4 0 1 0 Berteil c
welcome when VMI visits next sea- last two The record Warwick McMillan ss 3 011 : Howard rf 3113 Trlandot e 3000
king's 3211
be treated to a races. Daytona McCarver c 3. 0 0 Cowan d 3000 Staub Ib 2000 Fairly Ib 100 OSievers Ib 3000
Beach "Big Q" payoff- Javier bLong 2b 4000Gibson 1000 Ellsworth p 3010 Farrell Bateman p c 5120 3000 Jackson Sturdivant p p 0 010 McM'len Ib 3010 Taylor 2b 3000
son.At VMI, Hobbs also will coach freshman basketball and $7,333.80-was recorded Stpe. 2. p 3020 Totals :p162 Larsen p 2000 Locke aTaytor p 1 0000 0 0 0 Camilll Parker rf c 4000Short 1010 Amaro p ss 2000 pliglrrtstscky

serve as a scout during the varsity football season. Sept 2.Matinee. __Totals Ran for 241C1 James In 9thj bStruckout Totals 43 715 S Sturdivant T tats 30373 hi 7th. Trace'ski Koufax p 2b 3010 3 01 0 RoebuCk Cuip p p 0110 0000aWine : '1.l y

McPherson, obviously elated at securing the former UF star racing will again be for McCarverln 9th. Grounded out for 1000 --", ,
..._........... Ill 301201-7 ..... .f
........ tot loo ooo-i Houston '
as an assistant, had this to say: presented every Wednesday and sn Cbkaga Levis ,._.._..._... tot 201 102-2 NW Verk: ....d_-........ 111 511 100-3 Totals_ 34 3 'J Totals 16111
"It is not very often that one comes on a man with Joe Saturday at 2 p.m. with the Gibson. McCar.vw. E-Bond, Altaian. Hickman. Hunt. Ka-I a Struck out for Colp In Mh.Les :

Hobbs' basketball background and Fine coaching ability. Not first daylight program this Sat- E.-PO-A-St.Banks 2 ElBwomi Louis 2 -11, Chicago 27-15. nehL PO-A-Oouston. 27-0 New York. 27- Aieles .............. tot 101 JOftJPMadelpnia j
only will he be a great asset to us as a coach and a scout, urday. OP-Rodgers Stewart and Stewart Banks.and.LOB-St.Banks Louis Santa ,. DP end-Ullis.KranepooL Kasko and LOB Staub-Houston 2; Kanehl 14. ... .-,.. 101 101 ..-. 1

born and raised in such fine basketball countryas New York S.2BBateman. .
but being 7 Chicago 5- ,
KranepooL SF-Gonder E-AIJen. PO-A-Los Angeles 774. Philadelphia ,-
Indiana will be a real help recruiting-wlse. It is goingto 2B-Williams, James. 3B-Glbson.. HR- MeMntaIU 2713. DP-Taylor, Amen and ; -
road if going to defend Southern Billy Godwin James Santo. SB-jBrock. R ?? ? IP H It ERBBSO Swvers. LOB-Los Angeles 4, Ptiiledelarila Z tt
be we are our
a long .. 3 3 2 3 0.
S Farrell W i
..... I 6 > 2 1 rn
Conference title successfully next year: but I really think the Gibson Ellsworth L.W S-I, 7-4 6 1 1 1 3 Larsen ....... 32.11311 0 0 1 2 2B-TracewsU, Parker. HR-Howard.IP ansscsimtraermasnet1ftr1 s
Jackson 4 W .. 7 2 i I "a ER BI SO > I-
addition of a roan like Joe is a step in the right direct Pelekoudav Williams. Smith Gor Sfurdlvant 14' I I 0 0 Koufax W. 4-1 ... t 1 1 0 1 12 I '
Paces Canon man. T-I:4. Ar-Ml' Locke J 1" 0 1 2 Snort U 3-3 ..... 41-3 91394 rill' ;
ion." HBP-By Jackson (Staub by Locke Roebuck ....... 14' 0 III t".
We'll second that. Night GaMe (Staub). U-Landcs, Steiner, Barlkk DoT Cvlp ........... 2 .1 1 1 1 2
SAN FRANCISCO PITTSBURGH U-Vargo. Forman JadcowsU, Craw- t
atellL -2:24. A10127.CIkCINNAT1 i
HIGH SPRINGS Billy Godwin abrk a1rlbJ. MILWAUKEE ford. T-1:55. A-2fJOf. .1r7i1MMen '!.,
Alou rf SOU Schofield ss 3101 --
tossed a one-hit shutout McCovey If 3010 VTrdon d 3110 abrbM brkM. ,
Caught on the Run and fanned eight as Carlon Mays d 2011 Oemente rf 2110 Rose 2b 4110 Carty H 3b 4012 S' 0 0 : C'- 4
Harper If 4120 !
Cepeda lb 4110StargeN .
Products downed Spurts 10-0 in Halter 3000 Mota If ISIS Pinion d 2101 Aaron rf 2010 j'ila Leads ; ; 'i:

A pair of baseball tryout camps are upcoming for area a High Springs League softball Hiller 20 4010 Frees 36 Ib 3000 4 0 2 0 Coleman lb Ib 2000Terre 0 1 11 Oliver c Ib 4000bJohnson 4010 :- t Botirhoa '

youths who want to take a fling at a professional baseball encounter last night. Hart D'venport:30 ss 3101Bolin0 4 0 0 0 Muerski 2b4122 Robinson rf 3 2 2 4 Aloe d 41 3110 1 0Cardenas .. ,' i .
4 01 0 MenU u Mixed :
1 0 M LeagueJoe
career. The Philadelphia Phillies and Miami Marlins are having iI0OPSrOelC5 Edwards c 3' 0 0 de U Hoz 2b 41 1 1 .......; ..t
'' aPeterson
a two-day tryout school at 'Miami Stadium Friday and Southeast Transformers rolled Perry p 0000bKuem Boros 3b 3101 Ctonlnger pl' J'f

Saturday, June 1213. Workouts start at 10 a.m. both days. over Rebels 20-6( in the other 1000 OTOO..P. 3111 Wilder Bl101111 Vblay rolled a 616 seriesto sr '

Baseball minded youths between 15-21 are invited and game played. rroea Shaw p p 000 1111 Sado china ad P 0 1111 010 lead the Wednesday Mixed !

should bring glove, uniform and spiked shoes. Tom Diedeman's fourth In- cSnIder Totals 31 Sell 2 i 2 TataJs XI 4JJ Mate M 6 S Oonlnger Totals hi .Jt...,a 73 League at Palm Lanes. He J

The San Francisco Giants will have their annual Florida ning single was the tone bit off elnCtId for BolIn e-Wafced" 51111 bGrouncedout for ShaW Walked afouledN for Coleman tor kn Wufor c-IIIOIed rolled 191224201. Bob Brown -
Field Lake Wales. Godwin. Joe Rice had two sin- for Perry fa 7th Sadowskl In ft'. I
June 11-1M5 at Legion
camp on had
tryout in 9th. 233 high
....... 351113-4 a game. Jerry
_. .. 151 I
The camp is open to boys between 16-21 years of age. Sessions gles and a double for the win- SM 'r88C. .........8.. 151121 1011Pinsaersb C4achaai Wtwaokae ,..'.......... gig 300 "- 1 Stuart had a 471 servies and a the old-style
....._.... .... w 141 1Ia-4 true
start at 9 a.m. and players bring uniforms ners. E-Harper. Abu 2. PO-A-Cktcmnati 27-1 192 high game to lead the wom-
gloves and_ spikes. American Legion players mast ban permission SE Transformers 692 12-20 16 -nenport Hart. PO-A-San FranCisco 12. Milwaukee 27-14. DP-MenU. 0* U en.
24-1U Pittsburgh 2711. LOS San Hex and OUveri de U Hex Menke and
from their coaches. Rebels 021 12- 6 3 Francisco .. Pittsburgh 0.2B Oliver. Triple Play-de U HelL MenU and

Jacksonville University beating the basketball drums already McLeod and Aubel; Floyd a nd -Oendenon. S IP*rees"k Cft Bft SO Oliver.ZR-Carry.LOB Cincinnati HR-RobiMon 1. Milwaukee 2. UPkIson. L- Whitey Seifert bad a 602 KentuckY: Bourbon

Jor senior ,,Ralph Tiner as a potential Little AllAmerica Roberts. BoUn.L.12..... 4 S" 3 2 4 192-233-177 with the 233 matclug
Perry ....._.._ J I' 0 J I IP H R ER ISO
candidate. Tiner certalnIY.has been a steady performerfor Carlon 127 00-10 0-DeU ?..... 1 0 1 1 1 1 OToote., 4-2 .. t 7 2 3 4 7 Brown's high game.
the three years and well could 00000.-.O1 S"1 1. 1 I' Clantager ...... 4 3 Team No. 2 had a 2378 series; always smoother because Its sfow-fHstHtetl
the Dolphins past succeed Spurs i'
buss W. 2-2..... t 5 2 2 6 5 Schneider: L 0-1 4M 1 22X1
Roger Strickland en the A-A'list"for JU. Godwin .and Bruce; Gibson. -H P-*y Bolln (Chmente).,WP-Bte** UdowskJ .... 2-3 2 1 1 1 1UIurtkitt.iKSudd and an 880 ,high game. Team I KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURIOM WHISKY II PROOF (ABLY HUES

and iedeouui. 2.-J.23.U-Harvty A-1U74, VIIWIIWI'tI'I Conlan T 2A Fryor. Story..T-. ,Ko, 11 leads with an 1H record., OISTIIURV COMPANY. .lOUISVIlU. ,KEMIUCKY c cc'IM

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10 Gainesville Sun Friday June 5, 1964 .

-g Whiffs Don't Miff Yank Ace ; I Barnes Hurls, o=Hitter I


p A: By MURRAY CHASS batting average to .310. Only, "It can't be explained," Rich- may not even be a contest this 1 Against Guy Cleveland 11

: Associated Press Sports Writer I three games ago Richardsonwas ardson said of his feat. 'Fre-- season. .

: Bobby Richardson is hitting hitting .282. quently you hit three or four For the past three years, Bobby Barnes tossed a no-hit- land player, Joe Ureges, reached for losing Publiz. -

: more and striking out less. Only! three other players in good balls during a game, but Richardson has fanned an average -, .,_.*,.. ter as Budweiser scored a 9-0 base on an error. in the Owens led a 14-hIt Utility
: Actually, if he would strike :the majors have belted five hits they will be right at somebody.For a be f's. win over Guy Cleveland Con- seventh. Dept. attack with three hits.

__ out any less, he wouldn't. in a game this season. Richardson a day like this, they haveto of 23 times in 661 plate struction Co. last night in a City Four Hits Saltzman Proctor and Rogers -

: Richardson, who has fanned ; was the first to do it, banging all go to the right spot; mine appearances, or once every 29 League game at City Park. Buck Benton led Budweiser had two hits each for Sun-
.. five singles in the first did." times at bat. If he maintainshis ?qt In the other contest land.
only twice in 184 times at bat : out played, with four hits, all singles. Gene
: this season, struck five hits for game of a doubleheader against Richardson's strikeout rate, present rate for the same '' I Gainesville Wings won 3-0 over I Flitch tripled and singled Bob

: the second time this season as I Cleveland May 10. or near lack of it, is even more number of at bats, he would ( 1. r. ; Schlitz as Lynn Doverspike Erwin had two singles and Al City League 030 000 0-3 3

the New York Yankees outlast. His hits Thursday consistedof phenomenal than his five-hit fan only seven times. j pitched a two-hitter. Folds tripled and singled. Schlitzt Wings 000 000 0-0 2 :I

ed four singles and a double. He production. He always has been t"k Barnes fanned nine and Doverspike had
: Minnesota 9-7 Thursday.The Only one other game was retired seven strike- Doverspike and Daughtery; Les-
perfect performance also-scored twice and drove in: among the league leaders in played in the American League 17 straight batters before outs and gave a third-inning, ter and Wallace. ,

: boosted the second baseman's a run. fewest strikeouts, but there Thursday. Chicago defeated I hitting his mound foe, Ray two-out triple to Mike Panczyk

..... Cleveland in that one 51. Rain Braumbough, with a pitch in and a fifth-inning single to Bill Budweiser 022 021 1-9 13

washed out the BaltimoreKansas the sixth. another Guy Cleve- Lester. Wings got only three Guy Cleveland 000 000 (M) 0

NY hits off Lester and scored all Barnes and Erwin; Braum-
Return to City game.
Dodgers their runs in the second inning.In baugh and Lucius Smily.

Two Homers I Copdand the Business League, Med- Business League

.. Even with Richardson's hit- ical Students beat Road Prison Med Students 420 021 1-13 ,116

;: With Ruffled ting, the Yankees needed three- Tops Lions 13-4, Fulps Radiator edged Road Prison 310 000 0- 4 -32

Aplomb run homers by Joe Pepitone. r .k Publix 9-8 and Utility Depart- Sanders, Chestnut and ..Puppelo -

and Roger Maris for their vic i ALACHUA Copeland beat ment won from Sunland 12-6. ; Goodlet and Bareah.

team did he fear most? year ago and blazed his- way tory. Pepitone connected in the : Lions 5-1 and Alachua Milling 1, Three HitsP. Publix 0220004-8 95 I

Sfrui cork Simra! "All of them," he said grimly. through 306 strikeOuts.This four-run first while Maris' blow 'a Co. crushed American Legion' Hoffman paced Med Stu- Fulps 220 003 2-9 13 2

By ARTHUR DALEY "It's hard to choose from gave New York a 9-5 lead in the 26-2 in Alachua Softball League dents with three hits and Sanders Hall and Guisler; Shake, Black- '
has not been the same fourth. and Chestnut combined welder and
to Rogers.
I NEW YORK The last time among the top contenders al- games last night. I l
the Dodgers were in New York though this club here has good sort of season for the pleasantand Reliever Pete Mikkelsen won .... ..... < ":'.-w. I Whitney led Copeland with a pitch a three-hitter. Sunland 013 0002 695
to four- gracious young bachelor BOBBY RICHARDSON triple and single- and Cato had Britt, Weeks, McCracken and Utility Dept. 407 Q01 x-1214;6
route a balance. de-
they were en his fourth against one
from Bensonhurst. He has hadsome l game Five Hits two singles. I Herlong all had two hits for Kent and Tierney; Sapp a n.d
of the proud It bow in the directionof his out of.
straight sweep was a feat, pitching way
troubles and he has
arm : Bud Riviere had five hits in Fulps. Gurry had three hits Melton.
Yankees in the World Series. the Phillies, the current leader jams in the last three innings. _.
settle into the ---- -----
yet groovewhich : as tries two doubles and
They return to town tomorrow of the league, although it Ray Herbert and Frank many ,
It made him the terror oi f
St. Pete three singles to Alachua ;l
I 1 night with their crowns slightly was hard to tell from the cau- all National League hitters. But t Kreutzer limited the Indians to Milling. Bill Riviere pace had four LIMITED TIMEONLY

askew and their regal tious tone of his voice whether his popularity hereabouts is undiminished -: five hits. Kreutzer didn't give singles and Jim Jenkins had a SPECIAL! !

aplomb ruffled. Disorderly has there was any particular sig- even though he now, up anything after relieving Herbert Ekes BySarasota homer and two singles.

been the reign of these kings of nificance to his singling out on- performs for the Los Angeles; in the sixth. The White Sox Lions 000 100 0-1 7 Air-Conditioning Unit

the blooming baseball universe. ly one team for mention. Dodgers instead of the Brooklyn starter had to leave the game Copeland 030 011 x-5 4

The natives have'grown: rest- Accompanying the Dodgers to Dodgers.This when his elbow stiffened. Curls and Lunceford; Martin

less. They also have grown disrespectful -Shea Stadium for the first time and Inwam.. Installed $265 Plus

of their aristocratic will be Koufax, the fireballinghero should be as big a week- By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Milling Co.: (11)) 47 31-26 20 Taz

overlords. This is the French of the last World Series. end at the gate as was the one Legion 0 01 01- 2 3 .

Revolution all over again. The< He will be honored tomorrow with the Giants. Now it will be Loop-leading St. Petersburg Jenkins and Bud Riviere; Gay -ond u Pa

Bastille is being stormed. The< night by his old Brooklyn neigh the ex-Brooks who will sharein ..ii D.<. > edged fifth-place Sarasota 1-0 in and Long.B.ud.

Tumbrils are rolling while Cas- bors in a "Sandy Koufax Night" the magic of the Mets, the ..:b. : !U N t c Florida State League competition -

ey Stengel, a modern-day Ma- gala. This is the lefthanded wiz- baseball phenomenon ofthE ; Thursday night. HostsStandard

dame LaFarge, knits placidly ard who achieved 25 victories a ages. .
away and stares in fascinationat Night Game Pitcher Sandy Hopper drovein

the newly sharpened MET CHICAGO abrhbi CLEVELAND abrhbl the winning run. Tom Smith -

guillotine.The McCraw Ib 3011 Howser ss 4120 tripled at the opening of the n..>. 3 .. tiKla
First National Wets 2b 5120 Davalillo cf 4000
Robinson rf S 2 1 2 Wagner If 3001 fifth, and after a walk and an Budweiser takes on powerful .
world champions from Ward 3b 4011 Romano c 4010
out bunted and Smith
Hansen ss 4000 Whltfleld Ib 3000 Hopper Standard Oil of Clearwaterin
Los Angeles will advance on Nicholson If 4 0 1 OcAzcue 1000 raced home.Secondplace. a softball doubleheader tomorrow
cf 31 1 0 Chance rf 1010
Shea Stadium this weekend fora Martin c 4120 aSmith rf 1000 night at 7:30 at City
four-game set with the Mets, Trips iwanisFirst Herbert p 0001 Alvis 3b 3000 Lakeland had an Park. J'
Kreutzer p 1000 Brown 2b 3010 easy time with sixth-place Tam- :
a series which should duplicate Donovan" p 1000Mcwanon The locals will pitch Bobby i
12-5. Lannie Carrier five
p u u u v pa, got
in interest, crowd appeal and bHeld 1000 Barnes and Harold Floyd, with
excitement but not necvsarily National Bank scoreda In other Midget League ac- Abernathy p 0 0 0 0 hits, including two doubles, and ,:
Bill hand
Totals 291 5 1 (Maggie) on
33 S
Totals drove in four Bill Voss
in length last weekend's 5-2 Western League win over tion, Citizens Bank outlasted a-Popped out for Chance In 7th b- runs. for relief duty. _
for McMahon in 8th; c-Ground- connected for five hits, including ... '
historic clash with the Giants. University City Kiwanis yester- Johnson & Faris 15-12 in a Dix-I Flied out "
I ed out for Whitfield In 9th.
day as Kuitert and Pearson ie game, Lions crushed Moose ... .. two triples and was walked .' ..
There is one notable difference, Chicago .......... CM 002 110-4 \.;:' "' .
however. The Giants arrived combined for a no-hitter. 33-7 in the National, Gaines- Cleveland ............. 100 000 000-1 three times in six times up for .., Custom units available on most late models-Ford,
ville E-Alvis.' PO-Chicago 27.10. Cleve- Lakeland. Oldsmobile.: Plymouth Valiant
Shopping Center Chevrolet Pontiac ,
topped ,
here in first place. The Dodgerswill land 2712. DP-Wels, Hansen and Me- ;
Life Underwriters 14-13 in the Craw. LOB-Chicago 7 Cleveland 4. and others
be the bottom of the Third-place Fort Lauderdale ,
near 28-Howser, Martin Ward. HR-Robnson. r
league, a situation that is most Rebel and Hughes Supply and SB-Wels. S-Herbert, .Donovan, scored two unearned runs off l I Financing AvailableHawesPowers

distressing to Walter Alston, the "MOOSE" "LIONS" Baptist D.O.W. battled to a 9-9 Kreutzer... SF-Wagner, Herbert.IP H R ER II SO righthander Jackie Brown and ." "..> .- <$
abr hilt r h deadlock in an American game Herbert, W, 2.3 .. S S 1 1 1 1 snapped seventh-place MIami'sthreegame
of the palace guard. ... ... Motor Co.
yeoman McGee 2b 100 Latsco IS 544 Kreutzer 4 0 0 0 0 2
I that will be rescheduled.Two FUTURAfull
"It's the same problem we've McOavId 3b 1 1 0 Esser Ib 5S3 Donovan, U 2-2 1 3 7 4 4 2 2 win streak 2-0. I
Martin P 222 Rick c O 4 SOulnteno McMahon 12.3 1 1 0 0 1
had for quite a while," said a ss 322 Crosby P 544 Hits {Abernathy ..... 1 1 0 0 1 2 Fourth-place Beach Sin Above-Ground AIR CONDITIONING CENTER
Oaugh'ty If 3 0 0 C. Smith 2 b 34 1 U-Rice, Stevens. Valentine, Napp. T- Daytona SWIMMING POOLS
somber Alston over the phone Ferber cfWhitney 211 Tussing'r rf 2 1 1 Bonner led First National in ,2:11. A-5 837. II catcher Mike Little doubled with From $1149 plus "All{ Makes and Models Serviced"
from Philadelphia today. "We c 3. 1 Deaux 3b 32 1 its win with two hits. Seven NEW YORK MINNESOTA I; freight and installation
Dees IbWright 200 Kessler If 34 2 abrhbi Ibr II bill two out in the 10th inning and '
can't score runs." rf 1 000. Smith cf 321 runs in the fourth and five in the Kubek ss S 0 0 Versalles I ss 2000 I scored the winning run in a 5-4 SUDDEN SERVICEOIL 204 N. Main St. FR 2.2561A
D. Rlch'son 2b 5251 Power Ib 5131Tresh .
Un'wd 2b 1 0 0 Kritzman ef 32 1 CO.
Hope 3 b 010 Johnson If 2 1 1 sixth carried Citizens Bank to I cf 2200 Allison rf 5120 'victory over cellar-dwelling Or-
Same Flaw Lett rf 000 victory. R. Green had three Maris rf 4233 Killebrew If 3221 6-4404
had the Allen cf 100TOTALS Pepitone Ib 4 1 1 3 Hall cf 5122 lando.
The Dodgers same 20 7' TOTALS 313121 hits for the winners and Boles Lopez If 5000 Battey c 4001 __ t:
flaw last year but they con- that for the Howard C 5000 Goryl 3b 4100
equaled losingJ
Boyer 3b 4110 Allen b 4112
trived to get away with it, un- Moose 2 1 103- 7 & F team. Downing p 1111 Perry p 0000 .
Lions (12) S (10) S
x-33 dell e. .adf
Mikkelsen 3 0 0 0 Shifflett 2000
their p p
because pitch-
doubtedly aGreen 1000 I
ing was so magnificent. They WESTERN LEAGUE Lions started with 12 runs in Plebs p 0000 CAR WITH S ,
ST NATIONAL e the first and 10 in the third in bMincher 1000 9
sagged 202 runs in comparison ab r hU.C. KIWANIS Daitey p 0000
totals the before Kultert p-lb 311 ab r h its lop-sided victory. Rick had Total 3t 9110 Totals 3< 7 It 7
the from -
to year Jones ss 300 Sprlngf'ld c 300 Grounded out for Shifflett In 6th; b=
dropping from 842 to 640. Clayton 2b 211 Fosher p 3 1 0 I five hits while Jim Latsco Flied out for Plels In 8th.
D. Ayers 2b 1 0 0 Wooton 3 b 300 ,and Bert Crosby had four each.i New York ,...,............, 420 300 000-t
The decline is even more D. Pear c 3 01 Stewart IS 31 0 : Minnesota ................ 212 010 001-7
Ponzlo cf Martin and ,Conrado
300 Quintero
ed this year. I. Ayers rf 300 Perry 2b-lf 200 : E-Battey. PO-A-New York 27-12, Minnesota A 5-YEAR .. S .
An'son cfMcKln'ly 300 searles If 200 had two apiece for losing 27'. lOB-New York 7. Minnesota
The burden has been too If 1 0 0 King 2b 200 Moose. Latsco had two hom- 10. s
Benton If 1 1 0 Shelton 1 b 200 I 28-Downing, Richardson Power, Allen.
heavy for a Los Angeles pitch-: Hill 1 b 100 ers and Crosby one. Quintero HR-Pepitone, Marts, Hall. SF-Battey,

ing staff that was dealt a staggering ., rOTALS 21 S. TOTALS Mil homered for the losers. Downing ......... IP 2 2-3 H 5 R 5 ER 5 BBSO 42 A >'
blow by the sidelining of Shopping Center in Mlk'l'sen W 4-1 .. '13 S 2 2 3 2
got a pair
lit National 200 121 4 .. ..
xPerry I 21 1 5" 1 2 .. .
Johnny Podres with bone chipsf : U. C. Kiwanis 001 010-2 the last inning to gain its tri Shifflett .......... S 4 3 3 1 1 MILEWARRANTY sr s swatia ,
Plel| 2 1. 0 1 50,000
f in his elbow. DIXIE LEAGUE umph. Todd Rainsberger had D .ey .... ...1 1 0 0 2 1 sf
"My pitching Is all right,''I Citizens Bank Johnson & Fans three hits for the winners and k-Faced .2'men In 2nd. .
alt r fc HBP-By Shifflett (Tresh) WP-Per
r h
said Alston in mild disagree- Young 2bS 3 2 Walsh If 400 David Mead and Rainsberger ry 2. Downing, Plels. PIB.ttey.Stew..
ment. "The kids have com G. Gassett c 21 0 w. Boles
Ib 4 a 3
D. R .*. 1
and bents
through nicely. Phil Ortega '' K i i Benz e 322
Crosby IS 3 01 scott PIS 41 2! .
Joe Moeller have done surprisingly T. Roberts 200 Emo cf 401 ,
C.' Ousel Ib :I' 1 Awbny p 200
well and even Nick I Central Liquors"WHERE
Green C 12 3 Mlcleln 2b 1 20
Willhite has done well at times E. Berry If :321 c. Boles rf 21 0
D. Cobb cf' 1 1 1 McGlllr y rf 100
Sandy Koufax? I think he's alright 1 I David Cobb cf 310 THE PRICE IS RITE"

although rainouts have interrupted .. Foster Herrlna; rf rf 110 110P.
103 S.E. 1st Street
Berry rf 000
the rotation. He wa
Totals MIS 12 Totals 2)1211 FOR ONLY I
good in Pittsburgh, the other '
the, Citizens Bank 200 71$-15Ul
not good as
day, perhaps as J P 404-.12 I BOURBONDELUXE
Koufax we know_ but good t '

enough. The three-inning relic. f Life Underwriters REBEL LEAGUE Shopping Center I
job he did was his best. I'm I abrk abrb

not worried about his arm bu t S.Rodgers Wilson Cf Ib 410 211 Large Rafferty t> ss 322 512 I :'
Barwkk 3b 41 2 G. Meed If .
422 1595
he isn't in the groove )'et. Casey p 221 Stuart cf 12 1 '
J. Long ss S 3 2 D. Meade 321 41
Not as Sharp T. Wilson c 3 2 1 T. R'sb'g'r :3b 4 2 -
Poole rf 010 Welt Ib 10
"Neither is Ron Perranosk I M. Duncan If 2 1 1 even rf 101 $85
.because his control hasn't been I Harrell 2b 1 01 K. R'sb'g'r 2b 2 01 A. L
Davis 1 0 0 Cooper 31 1 -
as sharp. Take that screwy 2-2 I Pepin 11 1 Holder 21 0 DELIVERED
R. LongHendrkk 1 1 1 Stringer 1 00 I
tie in 17 innings with Cincinnati' 1 01 Sherman 1 0 01 I FIFTH
D. Duncan 101 Furred 1 1
Both teams scored two runs ir I Franklin 1 O. Tetals 311111 t
the 12th. Perranoski was pitch. Tetals 2t 1111 ab r h I

ing when we got our pair firs t: .He Underwriters 1S1 230-13 i CHRYSLER'SS1MCA
and I had to feel good. But t Sbeppiitf Center 011 321-141 SEAGRAMSeven I

didn't work out that way. iOr:: AMERICAN LEAGUE I YOU
.. 1000 GIVES IT TO
you can take the time he walked Nughts Supply Baptist DOW. I 7 Crowns
in the winning run the other lit r k alt rk --4i-
Bun, p.rf 2 01 M-k' H'g'n 2b 3 1 11
night most unusual for him. K. Ham'd Ib 4. Ruffm IS 422 I features
other SIMCA
"No, it isn't the pitching thatconcerns t C.Holland Boyd p p, c :3 2 21 21 Rkh'd Murphy's'n If:3b 4 311 2 2 i i PLUS all these

me. It's our inability ti) Beth Ib 413 Frteland I rf 101 $455
Arncw H 000 Mtt H'g'n c 21 2
score runs. We've just got fo I Keefe 3b 200K. H'g'n p 3. 0
T. Boyd M 31 1 C. H'g'n Cf 101
get hitting. Only Maury Wills I McIntosh cf 0 2. Tctals 23 ,It "J 9
has been consistent and outsideof Walker rf 100 Smitn cf 100 FIFTH
P. Ham'd If 211 Feather Ib 120
that we're way down. When I it 17 Hummel t.. Ir3
Nina supply rN13iao.o.w PRICES GOOD THRU TUESDAY
Frank Howard and Tommy 1 411 n-t I 111k:

Davis don't hit, we have no

power.The "oversized Howard, a I GOING TO CAMP? I IIt's

troubled giant missed most ol SIMCA 1000 the SIMCA 1000. ..see how bIg and roomy it is
Feature for feature, Chrysler's new
because of wha)t handles on the road and in traffic
spring training than other ..how easily it
Jimmie For for money any .
Hughes : rives you more your
ride. But why our
he vaguely described as "per- PLUS the longest and strongest ...feel the smooth, easy!
I economy 1000 waiting loryou.
sonal problems." But when he Boys Girls warranty in automotive history. word for it, we have a SIMCA

rejoined his team the big fellow Shorts Tee Before you buy any car, get behind the wheel of ...
hit like crazy. He was Shirts Shorts

pounding home runs, too, but t Sweat Suits Bermudas, Jamaicas -. TAKE THE KEY AND DRIVE IT YOURSElflHAWESPOWERS

has since petered out consid- Shoes, Socks Shirts Sweat Suits

erably. Tommy Davis, the National Tennis Rackets, Balls Shoes, Socks

League batting championfor Presses, Covers Tennis Rackets, Balls,

has two gotten straight started seasons although never Alston -. Utility Bags Tank Trunks Presses, Covers, : MOTOR CO.

concedes that he's finally Poplin Wind Breaker Tank Suit, Poplin Wind I .
showing signs of emerging! from Jackets Break Jackets SIMCA PLYMOUTH VALIANT -CHRYSLER and IMPERIAL- SALES and SERVICE J

his .240 fog. I .

Toured Circuit 113 w. univ. Jimmie Hughes FR 2.8212 i iN. We Will l Never Be Undersold or Out-Traded j

The Dodger skipper has tour- 204 N. Main St. FR 2-2561
-.. Open Evenings -
ed the circuit by now. Which .... Ccrtral 'Ieri.. Mod Complete Sportily Geode Store .


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Friday, June 5, 1964. Gainesville Sun ..J

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:' Vigilance: Economy's. Price _. 1r::


1m erica's'+free" economy:carries : months. He listed the goods and :ley Rosenberger, UF marketing

with it a price tag\. vigilance DARE Confab Tells services these new homes would specialist, predicted that the re- f H"k

I Terrell Johnson research Speaker require. tail value of food, beverage, and
tobacco in Florida will approach +
Florida Power
analyst, I Johnson described Florida as :$5 billion annually by 1975.
Food Trade Executives
and Light Co., Miami, told food an economically new state, say- )
trade executives at a Univer This long-range forecast was Lk ::
ing, "We are a frontier state in
sity of Florida DARE confer- -- this respect." made at the seventh of a seriesof

ence last night. ness." Johnson said that Florida is nine conferences on Opera-
State Rep. Ralph Turlington, :tion DARE, the University ofFlorida's
"Guard this free economy Speaking of Florida's econo- facing a surge in sheer numbersof
Gainesville, introduced Johnson new plan to develop
well Johnson urged his audi- mic future Johnson said marriageable t
duringthe age young peo- and praised the DARE program :agricultural resources effectively.
ence. "In any free econo m y," decade of the 60s,' Florida ple, "the likes of which we have for its forward look. He said _
Johnson said, "there is devel- will add 2 to 2% million people. never seen before." He empha- "Teamwork is important in de-
"opment on three fronts a "Economic pressures have sized the tremendous consumer Discussing the food trade in -S '
veloping the economic, agricul- S.
.growing consumer group, gov- caused Florida's growth," John- market these young people are tural, educational and cultural ,the years ahead, Rosenbergersaid 'S
ernment expenditures, and capital son said pointing out that Flo- creating. As an example, he interests of the state." "Greater sales will go to _
I formation, or a'' willingness rida's population has consistently said that 80,000 new homes were the alert farm and food folksin

'to ,invest savings in free busi- doubled itself every 20 years. built in Florida in the last few Earlier yesterday, Dr. Stan- Florida. The increase in Flo-

rida's population to 8,200,000,

coupled with larger incomes,

I I./t MARKET will more than double sales in :

,. BUSINESS. REPORTReaders' L food-handling business." k. S I

By 1975, Rosenberger said, Bid for Freedom FailsThis
REVIEW Y' __ grocery stores will be realizingtotal
! sales of nearly $3 billion
annually. Grocery wholesalerswill quartet of convicts traded four hours of freedom yesterday for years of

.,1 be taking in over $500 million extra time in an escape which ended near Keystone Heights. One of them re-
and eating places will be marked: "It was a gamble, and we lost." (Sun photo by Sam McGarvey)

making more than $800 milliona
Request I II TODAY DOW JONES year.

802.48 I IndusL I up 4.74 Dr. E. T. York Jr., provostfor Seize Convicts

Th. following market quotations 202.08 I Rails I up 0.44 agriculture, University of i

L.- of are the requested Sun financial specifically' page. by Tile readers 139.57 I Uti I off 0.18 Florida, today told some 100
lions I art furnished by quotaSTOCIC LISTINGS leaders in the Florida food trade
III 284.65 I Stocks I up 1.05
that the
University's agricultural -
: Fierce Wu1be1 Murphey
a 4,880,000 I Volume I 1,960,000 I programs aren't complete until

Rayonler .. .._ .-. 1.00 35V4 Fla Nat'l Bank __ 63% agricultural products reach After Manhunt
Rexall .50b 43% Fla Tele __ 27% the consumer. He said that the

.. Reyn Metl .50 36 Forrest Labs ..._....... ...,,, 22 University went one step further

Rich Merr ..........-. 1.20 66% Founders Life .-. --. .. 9% Late Morning and helped the consumer
.'Abott Lab 2.40 38 R C Cola .-...... ...... 1.20 66% Franklin Life .. ..... -..._ 55% through its home economics extension -
Allied Chem 1.80 '52% Roy Dutch ._ _... ...,1.73g 44 Great American ..,. _-_, 13. program to use these

-Amerada Pt 2.00 81% Searle GD ,,-.ul .90 59% 'Grolier _-....., _-. 38 N. Y. Listing products more effectively.

...Am ,Etc Pow ,,_ lJ6b 40% Singer ._ ....-.. ..... ., ''2.00 88 Gulf Life ..-..._.-..__? 53%
AmeEnka ,:. .,. 140a 56% "We look upon the food tradeas 4 Make Armed Road Camp Break-Out
: Smith Kin ....._.-.. 1.20a 59 Home Ins 63%
-AmerHome ....._1.44a 66% a vital part of the total agricultural &
Sou Cal Ed ._. ._. 1.05 32 Jax Minit Mkts 6%
AllisChal 185IntHarv 731h
industry. Consequently By SAM McGARVEYSun by FHP Sgt. B. H. (Hamp) ected nobody would get hurt.
-Amer M Fdy .90 20%
St. Oil Cal ._..., 2.00 61% ,Kennasaw Life .. 11
: Stl. 3.00 70% Alcoa 12% IntNick 781h we have been giving more Spears of Starke, Sgt. W. H. They then took my car keys and
St. Oil Ind ,....-.,....., 2.00b 76% :Life of Fla 5% Staff Writer
*,Atch Topka 1.20a 30% Sterl Drug -..w.-.,." .65 27% :Lowes Company .. 19% AmAir 42% IntPap 31 and more emphasis to the mar- Bland of Lake City, Starke took off."
Baxter Lab ... .36 22% Texas Util ArnBrk 52% Jones&L 75/4: keting and distribution side of KEYSTONE HEIGHTSFourarmed Police Chief Bill Rosser his Barnes and Duff ran the last
.-.... -.,,_,.. 1.20 57% :Milgo Electron 10% "
I "-Beckman! In.....:. 525 Textron _.......- .. -, 1.40 43% :Mort Guaranty Ins 28 AmBdPar 35% KaisAl 364.AmCan agriculture, York said. convicts were captured I assistant, Ken Fuqua, and Lar- 10 miles of the chase barefooted. -

Beech Lf S! 1.10 47% Tidewater _,.,..,,.-,. 28% :Pacific SW Air 41% 44/4 Ken'cott 80% The fact that the University is ]here yesterday afternoon in an ry Raby of Keystone. Barnes said later, "We had

:Brisf I "My: .... .-..., .80 63 Trans W A .... .-.._, 38y4 :Schlitz Brew 48 64% 767AmMot I teaching, research and extension -I exciting manhunt in which Spears said the convicts dropped shoes on, but we ran out of
_BroySho&. 3.40 904 Union Pac -.--..-..: l.SOa 44% :Secur Life & Tr .Ji 58 ArnCyan Lig&My I programs are concerned J shots were fired and this town' their guns when ordered to them.
...Brunswick.,. 9th Und Air L ... .. ? __ 13% Loch'd 331h I buzzed with alarm. do and offered resistance.The .
---- l.SOb 50% :Southern Nitro 18% with food all the way from the so no The convicts abandoned Ez-
..'Cambell.S ..'...-,........ 2.40 37 Upjohn -----..--- 1.00 50% I Travelers Ins 44% AT&T 13656 Lorillard 431h1 field to the table, York said, is The four had escaped from a pair were identified as Don- ell's in
Keystone Heightsand
Carter Pdt -......-.. 1.00a 17% Jim Walter .... 28% MUTUL FUND AmTob 32% Mag'vox 30/4; reflected in the reorganizationof I prison camp near Gainesville ald D. Barnes, 23, who is serv- then car stole a '59 Ford belonging

:Cases---: : .. 16 War"Lamb -___ ___ .80 27% ,Affiliated Fund 8.71 AmPxCp 15/4 MM&M 591Ai I all the University's agricul- ,around noon, after overpowering ing an 8 year sentence for to Keystone Heights attorn-
::Cessna '4tr--: :... .1.00 23% Worthintri. ._,...,, 1.50 37% I Capital Life & Gr 9.93 Anaconda 4071. Mohasco 1M's tural programs into a new Institute i and locking up the guards, breaking and entering, and for Prevatt. However,
''Ches Ohio----..:....-4.00 74CoasS % Xerox .,...._.. 107 J Divers Growth .-..-....... 9.55 I of Food and Agricultural J the arsenal and escape, and Leslie P. Duff Jr., ey Myron
: Gas .._..,. 307 Zenith ---.-....-.....-.. 1.20a 66% ]Dividend Shares _-.- --;--- 3.69 Armour 49 Mons'to 75/4' Sciences. looting owned taking 30, who was convicted for they got lost and shortly after
off in 58
:CBS ,.-. A l.SOb 42% ]Dreyfus 19.61 Babcock 273'4 MontWd 351h a Plymouth by breaking and entering and serv asking directions at a home on 1
'Comb Eng' 1.20 26:% AMERICAN STOCK Fidelity Capit .fl------. 11.01 B&O 42% NatDair 794BethStj York expressed concern about :a guard, A. E Ezell. Soon afterward ing an indeterminate sentenceto Brooklyn Lake, they were spot

'Cone Mills -. -- -. .--.. .80 19% Fidelity Fund .........--_17.37 3576 NatDist 257 the investigation of the food' the guards were freed 10 years.FolJowing. ted by officers, including FHP
1 -Cont Air .40 22 EXCHANGEAerojetGen Fidelity Trend ___.. 18.13 Boeing 494 N.AmAv 45% trade industry. He said he didn't and an area-wide alarm was their capture, one Officer E. L. Jones, and took
:Contl Ins 2.20 55% Borden 727 Penney 517 : think anything would be gainedby J sounded.At off on footDesrosiers
.. .. .. .__ 30 Fund'tal Invest .- 10.68 of the escapees said that on
IContrl Data ....., ._ -- Brunswk PRR 2981 one group pointing a fingerat
99% 9/4
Income of Boston about 2:45 FlIP John
: Sgt. being spotted by the FHP officers made an attemptto
Analex ,
Corp _
Corn Pdts ? 24% CaterTr PepCola 531h another and accusing one of '
--.w 1.50 61% [Incorporated Inc .._- 9.83 613'4 Bembry and Cpl. Jimmy Love; "we had to either shoot it blast his out of the Levy
-Delta Air 1.60 79 Aqua Chem .. .......,, ,,16 K-2 5.45 Celanese 661h PhiL\for 80 taking advantage. The margin
Keystone 4 of Palatka cruising just north and decided in Bronson in Jan.
out or run, we too County jail
let Steel ..-w .60 14% Aurora Plastics ,. ...?-.-, 35% Keystone S-3 ... .. 16.10 Chrysler 47 PhiUP<< 488/4 of profit for the producer and of SR21 "
w Keystone Heights en run. of 1963 with a jail-made bomb,
Emerson El ___ 1.00 42% Barnes Engineer .-........-_ 20% Keystone S-4 _... .._..--_ 4.64 CocaCola 125} RCA 31 I the distributor is extremely :spotted the four convicts near Ezell said that he had just but the was discoveredby
goneto weapon
Faire Camera .... .50g 22% Butler Shoe 8% CornEd 481Ai RepStl 43%
20.23 small in most York i
.T. Life Investors -<._, .i- cases, the J. W. Simeral home. lunch with Warden W. M. Levy County Sheriff J. W.
,* inan'l Fed -.....-.- 51 I. Chromaloy ,-.-..:.,,.. 17% 'Life Stock Fund ........ _. 7.87 ConEdis 84 Revlon 3354 pointed out. Competition takes
:Fst Chartr .-......-., 1.97f 36 Cinerama ..........-.,_-_. 5% Mass.: Inv Stock .........--. 16.24 ContCan 497 ReyTob 42% care of this part of it, he said. Cpl. Love said two of the escapees Whiddon and Sgt. H. H. Hin-i Turner before it could be used.
: out of but son when the four convicts entered The bomb consisted of a hol-
I dodged sight,
Computer Sci _
StRegP 311Ai
.Fla.-E .Csl 13% 16% Mass. Inv Growth 8.58 DowChe 69/4 York said that he thought that
FoodJ'air ......-._._..90 23% Cutter Labs A __ 16% :Pioneer Fund 9.50 duPont 2531h Seaboard 471h the reason for the finger point- 1 that after he fired two warning the room with drawn lowed-out bar of soap filled with
Data t;Control_ 38% : EAL 30th Sears 1117EKodak I shots, the other two s ur- guns. "They put us up against I powder from .22 calibre car-
Fl'fC ,Corp 1.00 54% Puritan Fund _. ...-.-... 9.44 ing is primarily the lack of communication
Fulton Inds .. 9 Sinclair 46% I endered. They were identified a wall and said if we did as dir tridges.
Frito Lay 43 i Putnam Growth .. _... _.. 15.45 1321h between various seg-
Gen Tele ............,, .88 32 Gen Develop 4% I TV & Elec -- 7.88 Firestone 38 Socony 79 ments of the industry in the is: Richard Desrosiers, 22, convicted .

G :Pacif .-.r.- l.OOb 62% Mackey Airlines ,....__._._ 6% I Value" Line Inc ....-......-..... 5.49 FlaPw 47 SouthnC 597 past. of auto theft in Levy
Getty Oil ___J -_ tog 22% Mead Johnson -- .,-..-. 18% ,Wellington Fund .-__ 14.88 FJaP&L 74/4 SperryR 15% ]Payne, 23, who had been sentenced -
Grace Co. -...... l.OOb 56% Pac NW tele ...... ..._.,, 22% J NYSE MOST ACTIVE STOCKS Ford 511Ai'StBrand 773'4FrmstDa Sun j for grand larceny in Mi- Chrysler Acquires

Hel Curtis _.....-.,-.. .80, 19 I Philips Elec _. 4_ 39 I Complete Volume Close Changes 115 StO NJ 841h Employes imi.
E B M .... Redwing Carriers _---I 11% FreptSul 34% Studebak 7%
--- 5.00 46% -1 ''294 600 Tex Gulf S. 50 off % Meanwhile a large manhunt
t lot Min C ...-....... 1.80a 69% RIC Group 1 6% 80 300 Chrysler 46% off % FruehTr 29/4 Swift 51 I Vote on Union I lad been organized, which included Rootes Interest

Int Tele .......-.-. .... 'J.OO, 54% Sperry R. Wts. ___...... 7 68 000 Curtis Pub 11% off % GenDyn 26% Texaco 76% : FHP officers, Clay, Bradford -
Kellogg ,...,.-.....-,..., .80a 42 Syntex 71 56 800 Xerox 107 off 1% GenEI 79% Thiokol 13% Composing room employes of f Alachua and Putnam County -
Lehman Cp HOe 29% Tampa Elec ...- 24% 48 400 Pan Am 68 off 1% GenFds 83% UCarb 122% the Gainesville Sun yesterdayvoted t: sheriff's deputies, plus Keystone Nt1U frk tlHmtJl under the brand names Commer ,!
Tech Measur __ 16% GenMills 385 UnitAirc 443A 15 to 7 in favor of representation
Litton In ,....,.,, 1.98f 59% :
-- 48 400 Sperry Rd 14% unch46700Cont ,
Heights and Starke city NEW YORK The Chrysler and Karrier. The ad.
Lone S Cm .-..,..... 1.00 22% I TWA Wts 22% Data 99% off 2% GenMtrs 851,2 UnFruit 2B. by the International company
( Marsh' Fld 1.60 42Martin I Goodrich 50 US Steel 541h Typographical Union in an election I>lice. Corporation Thursday c o m- ditionally manufactures diesel 1
--.r. RCA 31% off V4
43 700
:M.- 1.00 17%I IMCCr.Hi1l' OVER THE COUNTERNEW Goodyr 40% UnivMat 1144 held at the plant. The search for the remainingair pleted arrangements to acquirea engines marine engines and :t
40800 Vmt Ah-Lin 22% off %
$35 million interest in Rootes
'-.......-.....,, .60a'355 I 37 400 Gen Mot 84% off 1% Greyhnd 531h WestgEI 307 The election was conducted by I centered around the Lake air conditioning equipment.
Motors Ltd. medium-size
the National Labor Relations (:Geneva section and after a
YORK (AP-The bid Gulf Oil 567 WinnDix 35% shortly -
Mead'Corp 1.70 45 following
37 200 Ford Mot 50% off % British maker. I
auto In
order to
.72a 34% and asked quotttiofts. supplied by the Honw 130 Wool\\1h 824 Board. t 4 p.m. they were sighted implement an expansion
13% off T34500P'bodyCoal .
35000Suns'neMng 6 There have been persistent rumors -
National Association of Securities Deal.era.
in Britain and
Natl Airl .-....,.,:; .80 44% overseas
Inc.' do not represent actual transactions 39 off 1 since the start of the year
NYHCenll .50g 34% but are the NASD't' cstlnute 33 200 UC Steel 54V off 1 YOUR MONEY'S, WORTH: 'A ', that such a deal was in the the Rootes group plans to offer
Ma MLTow'.......... shareholders within the next 18
: 2.00 53 of the range within which these securl.ties 30800 Std Oil NJ '83% off-136 making. They always were de-
Norfplk'W'6.00. 132% could have been sold (bid) or months the right to subscribe to
No Ind''P S ,.,.;,,.,.,.,. 1.48 56% bought (asked): Volume Close I -' In announcement how- about $41.8 million of additional
Change a Joint ,
No-NaV Gas"I "l.80: 54aOlhfMathr.1120 Alico Land .._. I II 2 Per Cent Year
7% L77 J 700 Syntx Corp 71 off 5% I 'Only a : ever, the two companies said
43 j Amer Fidel Life ... ... 22
A % 52,800 Massey-Ferg 26% off 14% yesterday that Chrysler would Cedar
:G' 2.50 97 Amer Heritage .,.--..:..... 24% 30 400 Nat. Pete 3% unch acquire a 30 per cent interestin Key
Pac G & E --..,.._..., 1.00 31% Amer Nat Ins 20% M the voting sharesat
20 400 TWA-WTS- 22% off % '.s/ ordinary
Pac Lting 2.40 60 Amer Pioneer Life 7 19 900 Ogden Corp 9% off *4 By Sylvia Porter ; $3.43 a, share, and a 50 per Art FestivalSet
Pac T & T -- -1..i._ 1.0 30% Anheuser Busch L 49% Purchases S .a cent interest at $2.94 a sharein

Pan Amer A ..?..,?. _-, 1.20 68 Anodyne 4% ;:snort sales. 347,961 the Class A non-voting ordi-

Parke Dav -..__ 1.00 27Ti Citizens Bank ..._ _... _. 34 ;Other Sales 386,891 8,580 "Our economy Is so close to It would mean that the Federal -! against a base of 100 In 1957- nary shares of the British to StartCEDAR

Pennzoil ..- 2.00 72% Comsat Corp 21% Total Sales .-.........,. 395.471 a boom level today that it Reserve System our 59. The picture here has been company.The .

Pfizer ...- .BOa- 44% Conn Lt & Pow .. 37% Advances ...............--, 242 wouldn't take much to push it J Jthrough prime defense against inflation one of astounding over-all stability value of the offer was KEY This islandcity's

Phelps DG 3.63% Cowles Mag & Pb 11% :Declines r.._....-.,,,..,,.., 883 that level and into a.- would feel compelled to put nearly $35 million. first art festival gets under -
-.._ .20 133 Dunn & Bradst U,1,1-J, 61% :Unchanged 235 boom before 1964 ends," said the brakes on the supply of But beneath the placid surface Chrysler's car and truck operations way tomorrow.
\ Pub Sv E G ---2.60 36% Firs West. Fin'c'l ..... ..... 15V -
of the nation's most respected J money in our country in orderto forces which in Britain will be com-
Pure Oil New 1963-64 Highs ... ..,,,19 one there are
._. ..
1.50 49% Florida Gas 11% 'New 1963-64 Lows 114 economists as we lunched 1 control the amount of loans could change the picture virtually -bined with the Rootes group as Paintings and other works of

the other day. Quickly, I ,and make loans more costly. overnight soon as possible the announce- art will be set up in a sidewalk

I (r) New VMk Ti_. I'' Youth Admits interrupted with a question It would mean that borrowers The auto wage contract ap- ment said. Chrysler now produces exhibit by artists from all over
NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES JUNE 4 about what would happen to I ranging from the smallest business parently is going to break the only small trucks at Kew,j the state and will be on display

High Low Close Net prices in the sort of boom he 1[ partnership to our great so-called non-inflationary guide- England. I tomorrow and Sunday. I
25 Roils 143.40 140.44 140.98 Off Chg.1 5 Slayings [orsees. :corporations: and public institu- lines. Eve if the auto gains Rootes Is a family controlled

25 Industrials 814.91 801.91 803.44 Off "Oh, I'd say that at the consumer I tions would have to postpone don't raise prices, the sign;''- company ,founded by Lord Sunday afternoon, the best
SO Stocks 479.15 471.17 472.21 Off 5.84 KALAMAZOO, Mich. (AP- level, the rate of price 4 or at least cut down on spend- cant point is that the auto setr Rootes, who at 69, continues as work of art, selected by popular -

:Five killings were admitted today increase would go up to 2 percent J ing for projects no matter tlement could set a pattern for chairman.The vote, will be announced, and !
a cash prize, donated by the I
police said, by a youth ar- or'so a year. I would hope J bow desirable the projects.And contracts in other industries company's passenger cars
STOCK FLASHES rested Thursday night on a tipn that's all that would happeu. if our economy were to which won't be able to .hold are sold under the brand names, City of Cedar Key, will be

: MARKET ][ the slaying. of a school That's all? Do you know what 4 develop more excesSes than my prices and maintain what they lumber[ Hillman, Sunbeam awarded.
sold stock.
and Singer. Its trucks are'
teacher. 3. price rise of 2 per cent a economist-friend now foresees, consider necessary profit mar
NEW-- -YORK---- (-APHThe.Stock- .erage It was a tip in the' hitchhiker year would mean to you and j it would mean the life of our gins.
L noon was 4.74 at i
jnarket.rained' 'snarply,early 807 J:2: ,recovering..about half of I I slaying of teacher Gary what it would do to the dollars I t current: upturn would be in There have been widely scat Businessman Date
; Albert Smock of.'Plymouth, and today mounting danger for the tered increases in wholesale Keeps
Jhls.alternoon fromlts steep decline the 9.31-P. loss It took Thursday : you earn save .1
of the, previous session. ,Mich.,, that led authorities to It would mean that the dollar 'seeds of recession are always prices in manufacturing this J

Trading.was active. Texas Gulf Sulphur, which slightly built Larry Runes, 19, which now buys 100 cents of 1 planted in precedirj big booms.Of .II year and most increases are With' 'Bum9 Or Is He?

Blue chips were picked up on yielded only % Thursday as I of Kalamazoo.State goods and services in the mar- course, it doesn't have to sticking. ,The basis for further

a broad front by traders and most-active stock, spurted 2 Police Sgt. -Karl Lutz ketplace would buy you only 821 bappen and right now, the price increases is being laid. HOLLYWOOD (AP-In Florida -,slender, ill-clad figure of a

investors who-figured they were points.. 'said Ranes readily admitted cents worth of the same goodsan :pattern is about as close to Consumers, have enormous on June 4, 1949. at exactlynoon woolly-bearded news vendor.It .
cheap at present; relatively low Lnkens Steel rose 2. The ma- I lolling Smock, then volunteeredhe'd : <* services.10 years from now. i Ideal as one could reasonably reserves of buying power. Consumer Peter SboUey and Miles was McDonnell.

prices. jor steel producers all :added also slain Charles EdwardSnyder n, would mum that the 100 I expect in .an economy as dyna- spending easily may accelerate McDonnell vowed to meet againin Sholley recognized him in a

Steels, motors, airlines, chemicals fractions. ,' 33. in holding up ,an cents you earn *and save today :mic and strong as ours is to in coming months 15 years, to the very hour- ,flash even though McDonnell,

utilities, oils;office equip SPerrY. Rand the,only volume 'Elkhart Ind., gasoline: station would purchase only 67 cents ,day.The leading businessmen to speedup on the northeast corner of Hollywood 'an attorney from Winter Park,
meats and electron1cseamong leader to resist loss in' Thurs; last Saturday while Smock's worth:of goods' and services for consumer price index has their accumulation of inven and Vine.Thursday I Fla., had disguised himself in '
the gainers. day's session, spurted more 1:body still was ''stuffed in the iron 20 years from today.It 1 been rising at a rate of only tories. Both developments at the appointedhour an attempt to fool his friend. ,t

The 'market was 'steady to than a point in response to its trunk of the car he had taken would mean that the United 1% per cent or less for five would be open invitations to Sholley reached the cor- The pair made their vow

higher.at the start and widened doubled,profits. I from bim.Thescame. States would once again be- in :(rears, and most of this increase price boosts.. ner. He'd flown from Boston, while students at Rollins College
its gafca s the pace;o .trading ;Xerox, rebounded 3 points. the sergeant said an era of creeping inflation -I has been due to higher costs Another price breakthrough where he is vice president of in Winter Park. The penalty
'grew'Jisfcr than \\ras.dwiaC: IBM;PoJ raid and Control Data ;admissions in three 'other slayings which would steadily erode: the 'or services. The index for durable -, doesn't have to happen but Keystone Custodian Funds for I for not showing up: Half of I

reeeB- .decfifiteg, markets: *** gained 1'each.' *** **' : buying power of the dollar you ; goods prices the big- it all too easily could, for the the reunion with his old college ,the forgetful, one's 1963 income.

The AsBoclated Press averageof .Prices:advance on the American .Lutz quoted Ranes, as saying earn, clearly slash the value of ticket items is just a bit balance today is exceedingly classmate and fraternity brother. And why the northeast cornerof
60 stocks of iioan was t tip'.6 at Stock Exchange. :be shot and'killed Vernon La- the dollar you save in a financial :higher than it was back in 1958. delicate. An attitude I fear Hollywood and Vine? Be t

'31.3 with ,industrials up ,..1.3, ''Corporate bonds declined benne, 23, in the $MO holdup of institution or invest in insurance The wholesale price index has most now is the general .com SLjIley searched the crowd- cause, they reasoned, it was so I
!rials off .6 aad utimWup .4/I sSgbtly.\U.S government bead a gasoline station at Battle ILS. bonds, other scarcely budged since the late placency about the price out I then rushed over and threw an famous they'd have no trouble !

Tit.",Bear t. .: Mall'"i ,. .'.fedwtafel- av were Berth/ tacbed,. Creek MidL, last April 6, forms ffofd-frvoTm securities. 1950s, is now around 1tO.3 look. emotional bearhug about the finding it t



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his attention without wife on his bureau. When I get up in the morning, this t
picture is the first thing I see and it depresses me for the ITS ANITA ICEBERG. HONORS HO BOY.1/ PROMOTED
being loud? He likes girls for friends but not for girl friends.I CRAZE YOU RICH BUTIS': 'NO
rest of the day. I have two children this THE SLOBBOVIAN.7 IN THE SALE OP MUST'VE MADE
by maniage'and I SLOBBOVIA-f
time but he never paid any
have liked him for a long GRADUATED SALES SLOBBQVIAITSELF. MlU-IOMSi' .
attention to me so I tried to quit liking him but I cant. they wonder why they don't see my picture on their Daddy's LASTVEAR.-1' PRCMCTIDN!! // L'1I WHAT'LL WE 0O? "rA

I think if I can get his attention I might have a chance.Do bureau. Should I suggest to my husband that he move the x::

you have any clever ideas? picture down to his office? If not, what should I do? Please I u tss, d d 1 1
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girl friend, you won't have to try to get his attention. If "DEPRESSED"DEAR d
he Isn't ready and you succeed In getting his attention, Itwon't q.
DEPRESSED: The chances are husband isnot i
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when they are being chased, and they still prefer to do the even aware that his late wife's picture is on his bu ass

chasing. reau. Remove it. If he misses it and inquires, tell him ...
candidly that it "depressed" you, and suggest that he takeit

DEAR ABBY: I married a man who was married before. to his office.
8:30 O Robin Hood bara Heller June Tayjor I x I'M PLUMB VE DO THAT ( NOTHIN'TO' BE 11 LEGAL-HEADED.. --

CD Popeye and Bozo I dancers, Sammy Spear E-c CHECKERED OUT SNUFFY-IT'S' V, ARRESTEDV. 3 VARMINTtllqu..lcu
(color) orchestra. .... SHERIFF THINK AG INST THrLLJESTSLEEP V. a
0 1:00 O Supercar 8:00 CD Outer Limits Ipo4 HERE LAW i

,,0 Alvin 8:30 O Defenders-Dr.una CD INTH'JAILHOUSETONIGHT
I:. fJ CD (Color) Ruff and "The Non-Violent." Ex-

ReddyO college student and a >-c
Tennessee Tuxedo minister are arrested for
10:00 O CD Hector Heathcote blocking traffic during a n

O Quick Draw McGraw Civil Rights Demonstration : I 1
1 10:30 O CD Fireball XL-5 JZ I wI rI -
O Mighty Mouse ; .
O Joey Bishop
11:00 O CD Dennis The Menace 1
O Ranger Hal ':00 O CD Movie
FRIDAY EVENING Franklin Barton. Bob (Color) Saturday Night at
5:00 O Best of Groucho Hope the Movies: "The Oppo- MEETING WHEN YOU ARRIVED. (
Paradise (Debut) "The Stampeding 12:00 O CD Bull Winkle singer who abandoned her, JUNIOR! t SHOW, x3 OUR BARLESS MY APOLOGIES. UNDERGROUNDELECTRONIC

5:25 O Moments in Sports of Lady Bastable." Clov' O News career for marriage finds I : ELECTRONIC PRISON.JJjmt.1. POWER
5:30 O Newscope is Lady Bastable's unhappy 12:15 O Baseball- that her producerhusbandhas rj/? y PLANT HAS NO

5:55 D Local News guest. "Sredni Vash- Giants vs. Phillies fallen for one of his i WIRES.
6:00 O News, Spts., Wethr. tar." Mrs. de Ropp makes ,12:30 O CD Mr. Wizard showgirls. Appearing in c.Jc.J .k.
O Sunshine Almanac life miserable for her 1:00 O Science Fiction cameo roles are Jim < 2 z ,p >aa r
I 4. .r
6:15 O Channel Five News ward Conradin. "The Wayto Theater. Backus, Dick Shawn and a,vb

6:30 O News-Walter the Dairy." Wealthy CD Yancy Derringer bandleaders Harry James I 0 ...', :'
Cronkite Aunt Amy visits her gambling 1:30 0 CD Baseball- and Art Mooney. Adapted' M .
O Holiday Time. nephew Roger. "A Tigers vs. White Sox from Clare Boothe Luce's x ay Oda s Lf
O CD News-Hontley- Defensive Diamond." Sir 3:30,0 Belmont Stakes Broadway play "The
Brinkley Hector thinks up a way to (Special) Northern Dancer Women." \PFTI s
7:00 O Silent ServiceO quell the club bore. Musical tries for the third jewel 9:30 O Phil Silvers. Q r
Death Valley Days feature: Violinist Rob- in the Triple Crown (live) 10:00 O Gunsmoke WesternOn
ert Koff and pianist 4:00 O To Be Announced their trip to California, -

zart's Sonata in G MajorK. O Invisible Man-Drama joined by Boyd Lambert rMINGON eurx THINK YOU SHOULD 60 TOO MANY BUSINESS DRE55ED. JINDWEtL WRONG) INTO THE HOSPITALFORWITH
( 301)). 4:30 O Outlaws a cocky fellow whom I DR.ORGAN} KATE..ANDTHESQOhtR
7:30 O International O D That Was the O Amateur Hour Adam soon begins to resent -Z SAID Rlx=YOU FEWCAY5/ THE BETTER
Showtlme 5:00 O Maverick
although Cyrus
Week That Was-Satire z a
"The Belgian Circus Festival I
CD Porter
Wagner takes a strong liking to
taped in Antwerp, Scheduled: a look at civil 5:30 CD Wilburn Brothers the newcomer. Matt:! I
features a trapeze act, a rights (via an "Open End" Scheduled: highlights of James Arness. Quint: =: ,.
balancing act on a ladder type discussion) and the 25th annual ComptonCal. Burt Reynolds. Doc: Mil- s a.

a lion trainer, con- following Tuesday's California ( .) Invitational Track burn Stone. Kitty: Aman!oe bI 'rfir
tortionists, and a Belgian Primary-letters on 1 .I : !
and Field Meet, taped last da Blake. Festus: Ken : --
version of American the "worst .
an possible can night. Curtis. $
rodeo. I didate." 6:00 Q News Sports 11:00 O Detectives d

O Great Adventure 10:00 O Alfred Hitchcock Weather O CD News, Sports ,
"Massacre at Wounded "Isabel." After his re- O Fishing Fun Weather I

Knee," conclusion. The lease from prison, Howard CD News, Sports 11:30 O Movie"Moonfleet.

Great Sioux leader Sitting Clemens gets quite 6:15 O News, Sports, ." ((1955) A '
Bull is dead and the :I CANT JUST REMEMaEZ
friendly with spinster Isabel Weather notorious, but colorful, M M'TWIT
Army starts herding the Smith whose testimony 1 AT YSECTIC 3 n ,tHIII
6:30 O Password smuggler joins forces witha THERE'S ME i<; ABOUT JT
tribe to a new reservation.Van put him behind CD Flintstones little boy to hunt for a: BEEN A
Heflin is the narra bars. 6:45 O News long-lost diamond. Directed AMrfUPIN :

tor.O. O CD Jack Paar 7:00 O Jimmy Strickland by Fritz Lang. Stewart lily
What's New (Color) Jack's scheduled CD Combat! Granger, Joan Greenwood LAUNDRY

The performers and gamblers -, guest tonight is comic "The Long Way Home," George Sanders, r.JCQ a 5 (

of showboats, raccoons Godfrey Cambridge. Jack first of two parts. While Vivjca Lindfors, Jon O ;
goats, and wolves,! narrates films of his tripto returning to their own I Whitely, Melville Cooper.
photography. Africa. Jose Melis conducts lines after a tiring patrol, 11:50 O Movie Z
8:00 Q Anatomy of a Hit the orchestra. Saunders and the squadare "Captain China." ((1950)) A O

8:30 O Family Life 11:00 O News, Wethr., Spts. captured by SS troops. broken sea captain attempts a 1

0./"D-Day Plus 20 years: O News And at a makeshift prison to bring a ship d ..
Eisenhower Returns To CD Local News color no. .. --
( ) compound, the German through a typhoon. John
Normandy." 11:25 O Movies commander discovers that Payne, Gail Russell, Jeffrey .
(Special) On the eve of 1. "Adventures of Sher Private Gates; a peace- Lynn, Lon Chaney Jr., THESE MUST 6E' rr TOOK A tar THAT'LL BE pig DAA
D-Day's 20th anniversary,: lock Holmes." (Mystery; time grocery clerk with! Edgar Bergen Michael PRRICUU i WAS HaWAND cHlLD&D4! OF SlRUBBING TO THE Dg!1 MOTHER..HOW
) no taste for war, mightbe O'Shea. A60UT TOASX AMA DOLLS! NOWMRS,
General Dwight D. Eisenhower's detective W NEED m WORRY ABOl1rWORTH'S ON THEM!-* Ey NORTH CAM MEET
willing to talk. Scriptby CD Movie Double '
1 1J6 l OT1ER.NZ
on-the-spot recollection embark adventure ISAGS NOT THAT THE WHOLE HAPP11f
on an Edward J. Lakso. Feature I WE10DNit: THE !
of the invasion, involving a beautiful Saunders: Vic Morrow. 1. "Paris I Calling." EXER.CKE! PRACTICE FOR WHEN
its planning and its exe- girl Basil Rathbone, Ni- Caje: Pierre Jalbert. Doc: (Drama; 1941) A rich girl 4 I HAVE BABIES OF o 'Q,
cution. Newsfilms of the gel Bruce, Ida Lupino, Tom LowelL in the French resistance O MY OWN 1anr.
actual fighting at the var. Alan Marshall. 2.
"Target O Circus Boy movement rescues a t o
ious locations are interwoven Earth." (Science Fiction; 7:30 O Lieutenant wounded RAF flyer. Randolph
into each segment 1954)). Margia Dean, Clint O Jackie Gleason Scott, Elisabeth a r I

The former President is Eastwood, Irving Bacon. Jackie draws some comparisons Bergner, Lee J. Cobb,
accompanied on his tour 11:30 O CD Johnny Carson between children Gale Sondergaard, Eduardo
by Walter Cronkite. 1:00 CD Broadway Goes Latin today and kids of yester CiannellL 2. "The 3 rCN .
O CD Bob Hope Drama SATURDAY year. Comic Georgia Kayeis Mad GhouL" (Melodrama; Ayt:4, l 0

(Color) "Echo of Evil." O English 162CD a guest, and he sings 1943) A doctor discovers a
The district attorney Union Pacific "Night and Day"backwards. strange poison which
wants former racket boss 7:30 O Sunday School Forum The Poor Soul causes a state of "deathin LIKE.HoW U1bLRDT It LIKE I'M 60IN3 ToTD GoT Tb 6tYE moVtU y>
Oscar Teckla to testify CD Comedy Capers learns that even a reading life." He uses it on his W1AT'S SUCH SUMMER OSPENDTHt IN NEW: ALL l F IBECAUSE SUMMER SCNOCi IWMMrz IN MEANWHILE A DISTANT IN THE CLEAK... %,
against the underworld organization 8:00 O Across The Fence z A BIS P AL YVRK AND BE PAID !I THE KEY PHRASE JN
light can be a prob- young assistant, who is ABOUT FttTEET LOAFED AL OTf A SEEMINGLY THE THINS |15 "SALT %
he once ruled, O Captain Kangaroo lem. Sid Fields appearsas his rival for the hand of CANYON GETTING fcg. IT? WINTER.T UNRELATED :: RISING

but Teckla-who's gonerespectabledoesn't CD Rocky and His Marcel the Butler. a concert singer. George' A JOB AT THE l t t PENTISWMQ INCI-:- BREAD"j

wantto Friends. Frank Fontaine's song is Zucco, Turban Bey, David '0V N.Y.150RLD FAR ? S J PLACE .J
get involved. Script by CD Ramar of the Jangle "For All We Know." Bar. Bruce. t
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Recentlythe Peter Stone. When we checkedin else I / MEANING OP p WORKING LAST NIGHT; MATCHES FROM A.
come everyone gets good From then on things really I I THESE MATCHES BUT VOU WERE UT TLE OLD
State Department, in an at the Metropole Hotel in looking blondes and we're stuck moved for us in Russia. Every- .r YOUR I FOUND POCKET IN < REAU.V OUT D owGJk r' A airs.Lppy
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indignant press conference revealed Moscow, we found our rooms with a guy?" time we wanted something, we I I -wi THE

that the American Embassy were very cold. They're afraid if they give spoke' into the chandelier. Once d t r ?

in Moscow had been bugged But instead of complainingto us a girl guide welt win her Peter complained that he was j (
with tiny microphones. As the manager, Peter shouted over to our side with nylons disappointed because no one =
usual the press conference, into the chandelier, "These and lipsticks," we shouted. "Be followed us. He felt his trip was cTI
which came out of the blue, damn Russian hotel rooms don't sides, they'd probably fall in wasted if he couldn't go home a 'iWe
raised more questions than it cave any heat. When I get back love with us." and say he hadn't been followed t H l
was supposed to answer. i I to the United States I'm going The next morning we were by the secret police. The :r
Why did it take 11 years to to tell everyone that beating in greeted in the lobby by a girl next day we were followed. ,VIi
find out that microphones were the Soviet Union is terrible and Intourist guide who explainedthat Another time the radio in the '.
in the walls? What did the State hasn't changed since the daysof our regular guide was sick. room was broken and we reported -- a1cwi ..c
Department expect to prove by the Czar." The first place she took us to it to the ceiling. In a -

revealing that the Soviets had We replied under the chandelier was the GUM department store few hours we had a new radio. N1Oi A au& IIHLa& Z ES CNETNDJO IV LIKE NwELLTHE'rrjmi DIDNT NIUlDor: HAVE 5CJEVB
been tuned in on them for.such "It's not their fault ;Peter. A9CS TWNK R >o GET STRMGF4r.WATnON I5 THAT I avw'Tl.. 'Ou TEL ME M MR.COtta4EEW!IT
where she showed wocn..e
us a counter. Then we got a brainstorm.We FOR A LES5011 R$ aR 1IY0tw ee TOLD 1100.2 HAP THEM WA511o ?
a long time? And what is the They probably ,haven't: enough "Your see," she said, "we have had tried, without success D e1YE .6AYL.LET fETTEr z AFCLGGR To iie W APp.ocizE FCR, HAY A6AJ e; r 1 h6Z5 Mf WCIIa7! I Is,:,
American public supposed to coal in Russia to heat a hotel nylons and lipsticks in Rsesia, through channels to get D A2 PATrr 1VGRlbo A LE36ON1 MV etvE onpii; s. vAUoirrflt: 50w Erw uc, I .
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do about it now that we' know properly. too. an interview with Khrushchev. taolrE. Dr
what everyone assumed right Two hours later the radiators "Who said you didn't?" Peter Why not ask the chandelier? ,

along that the Russians have started to clank and three hours asked. For two days we kept saying 0 >e 4 i

been bugging us for years? later our room- was as warmas "American men are so con- that the only thing we really : #

When we drove to Russia several -' toast I j ceited," our guide said. They wanted was an interview with ...,
years ago, we were sure I, We still weren't sure if it was ,think any girl will fall in Jon the Russian Premier. But apparently ,.- I >
that our hotel rooms in the various an accident or not, so the next',with them." this was too much even i,:..... \ '
cities we visited were bug. day we stood under the chandelier "Not all American men" we for IntourisL When we saw the 4

ged, but instead of complainingabout again. said. "We don't think so." chief of Intourist on the second!;5
it we used it to' our ad- I' This time Peter said, "I'm She was about to say some- day, he said "I told you you _
vantage. At the time we were getting sick and tired of having thing, but she caught herself couldn't see the Premier. Don'tl

traveling with a' writer named:a male lotourist-guide.. How hi time. !you believe anything I say?," I ...


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Big Doings for a Small Town -- WANTEDHAVE 976. ,.

EDITOR'S NOTE.-Usually quired for the convention.The partment of American Telephone YOU

the Miss America pageantsare bulk of the actual physical '- & Telegraph Co.

held'there, but. this sum-, .Atlantic City to Host setup of the hall was not expeCted The job involves the largest

mer, Convention ,Hall 'in ''Atlantic to get started until July service assignment in the his- ANYOFTHESE

City, N. J., will be the It's 1, after the last of the June con tory of New Jersey Bell, which

site of the Democratic National Largest Convention ventions leave. expects it will cost upward of THINGS I TO SELL? :.. 1w..
Convention the I million.
to pick Frank H. McCue, general $5

party standard bearer in the manager of the hall and a 35- Facilities had to be set up for

presidential elections. The following tioned anyway, but 'obtaining posits run about $15 million," year veteran of conventions, the radio and television net They'll Bring You Extra Cash '

second of two articleson the convention moved up the said one city official "Spreadthat will see to it that the seats are works, as well as extra tele- ;

the Republican and Democratic completion date to July 1 of this over the week the conven- placed correctly and that tele- phones.

conventions shows what" year. tion will be here and that means vision, radios magazine and The company is putting in Rugs :

plans are being drawn to Another $160,000 will pay for some $30 million will be spentin newspaper facilities are in the 87,000 circuit miles of cable-a Guns '-. '

. make the latter even the big- 7,000 new seats and $200,000 is the city. right places. circuit mile consisting of a pairof :!;
gest and best in the history of being invested in new lighting. "And we have a captive aud- Depending on how these final wires a mile long. Tools -' I.' ?.. -: : '

this! resort town. Work is well' along on the installation .-ience. Unlike tourists or vaca- ly shape up, he will have plans The Congress of Racial Equality -' .5. ,-.S. ''

of 300 mercury vapor tioners, the delegates can't drawn for a wooden tongue, has announced plans for Boats :-, 'S i

By TOM,,SEPPY, lights in the ceiling of the main leave jthe city if we have- bad probably some 40 feet long, running mass nonviolent demonstrationsto ,- :;;.t .74 lji.

ATLANTIC.CITY: NJ. ,(AP) hall.Why weather." out into the center of the be held in the city to pointup Tents ...

-This resort likes to call itself is the city investing so In addition to the money being auditorium from the main plat alleged racial discriminationin .; J', :;' : -: '-

the "Convention Capital of the much money, especially since invested, city officials have form. the home states of some of !- '> Books ,\.y.,. ". .. .- "iV. :
United States" and it plans to many hotel and motel peopledid sponsored classes in courtesy, "That will be the rostrum," the delegates. Plants : .r-- .- ;tA.

show the country it deserves not want the convention be- sales and merchandising attended he said, "from which the CORE can be expected to be S ..' ', ":. . 1

that.title during the Democratic cause it will be here during'the by personnel who will come speeches will be made." Joined by demonstrators :from Pianos -. 4 *1. ..... ._ -. ..

National Convention this sum- height of the summer season- in contact with the public. The biggest single problem the National Association for the :: \ '-.'" )

:nero the'week beginning Aug. 24? The city's director of public connected with the convention Advancement of Colored People, Stoves .n -:. r414

"It's Important to us," said "On a normally good three- safety, Meredith B. Kerstetter, here was dropped into the lapsof Student Non Violent Coordinating ':"'. ', fnt "

oneofficial "We've never,'had day holiday in the summer, like has been working out the extra the New Jersey Bell Telephone Committee and the resort it- Radios A gift welcomed housewife

such aD'opportunity to put our the July 4th weekend, bank de- police and fire protection re- Co. and the long-lines de- self. .* -. Skates '. '-- : : '.' -embroider gay by pansies a on-
coverall; apron.
best foot forward before "
so Just 1U yards 35-Inch fabric Is
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many people. This conventionhas .S- Trunks" :. all you need for this pretty apron
; with rick-rack trim. Pattern '74:
given us the heaviest concentration transfer printed pattern direc-
Discloses PlansBy ::: ., tions. ,
of we'veever
exposure Holley Campaign : Jewelry > Thirty-five cents In coins for this
had and we don't want tot .r'- pa"em-add 15 cents for each pattern -
for Ist mess1tup.::: .u Bicycles ,:. handling. Send to Laura
iris-the firsttlme' that New PAUL WILLS to try to hold on to the strengthhe sure he represents the main- crats. There are only 400,000 .,, : TV .,,.' :dle Wheeler raft Dept(Gainesville. P. O. Box Sun 161.), Nee-Old

Jersey'evu has been selected TALLAHASSEE (AP-A cool has now, rather than try to stream of all thinking in Flori- registered Republicans. Sets Chelsea Station New York 11.

f as the site of a national political young politician, Charles R. Holey build more. da," Holley said. N NUMBER.. Y. Print NAME.plainly ADDRESS PATTERN and

convention by either major the Republican nominee for "I know this sounds peculiar, His strength, Holley said, lies ClothingCameras ZONE.
, par- "His nomination would BARGAIN Big new 1744 Neediecraft -
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help the ,
Republican centers of
if the but I convinced that if the
ty. With a population of only governor, says vote were am Catalog-over 200 designs
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taken held '
now he would be elected election were tomorrow I'd '
60,000, this is the smallest city crochet; qwllt tew embroider. Send
ever to be host to such a con- chief executive over Mayor Hay- win. So I feel that the problemis Holley made little fuss duringthe Broward and Palm Beach count Antiques 25 cents.
vention. don ,Burns of Jacksonville, the to maintain the votes I have thunder of the Democratic ies and Pinellas and Sarasota ,.. ; .I QUILT PATTERNS In deluxe --
counties. : Furniture new Quilt Book. For beginners
Democratic nominee. now. primaries which resulted in .
There have been bigger conventions :: : experts. Send 50 cents nowl
Holley a longtime admirer of Burns' being selected. But he -
held in this Atlantic also
resort Holley counts on strong
I The 40-year-old attorney, a native Livestock
city-with its famed boardwalk Sen. Barry Goldwater, said thatif put together a campaign that support in the central part of the
of Jacksonville but resi- '
a the Arizona senator is the Republican gave' him a first primary win .
hotels, motels, and eating dent of St. Petersburg, will hold state and in the part from Tal- 'Diamondsc"
places-since, it actively beganto presidential candidate, over two'GOP opponents. He lahassee west where Republican ;
strategy meetings Saturday with his own campaign will.be givena criscrossed 'the state about asmuch "
Fish Poles
conventions in registration is low.
seek. an organized ,
campaign workers at Winter further big boost. as the Democrats. .: ;
in 1909. But of "
manner none CLASSIFIEDDial
, the some 15,000 Held( in the past Park. "Goldwater is saying that he To win, Holley obviously will He said he was weakest in the Used Cars

-i6ri than 500.were to be held But he said his overall plan represents the main stream of have to' get a lot of votes from big population centerS-Duval

L here.this year-has put the spot- already is made. And it will be Republican thinking, and I am persons registered as Demo- and County Hillsborough, which is Burns'and Dade base, Auto TiresAquariums

light so directly on the city. Counties.If .
The convention will Aug.

24 at the municipal ConventionHall open I Food PI'iceStl1dy'Gets GOP Report Hits the November Holley can general pull off a election win in, Row Boats

claimed to be the largest 376.4672
it would have to rank
among Golf Clubs
indoor arena in the world. Most
the greatest political upsets in
hotel and motel rooms are with-
in walking distance of the hall. Florida's history. TypewritersMotorcycles
Aid 'Fumbling' Gov. Farris Bryant offhandedly -
Some"5,200 delegates and alternates -
plus their families and House OK placed the odds against it at
100 to 1. Among Democrats,
news media representatives and Used TrucksRefrigerators -
others will bring probably 25,000to By'WILLIAM M. BLAIR 2frut $nrk Etmrs poses, require closer adher, there is a widespread belief that Announcements f

.convention:' WASHINGTON A Republican ence to legislative criteria and their party nomination still

The""main, toom' of the hall, NtUt \Jork :hltt1l study group warned Thurs- improvement of the program'sadministratiOn. amounts to winning the office, 3 LOST & FOUND

which 41,000! that the American people and since 1872 this has been Baby Buggies
cairvseat l persons, WASHINGTON The Houseof day The report of the council LOST Key ring witn cnange; purse
!has no obstructions and is so : might call a halt to all foreignaid true. attached. Engagement ring In
Milton S. Eisenhower Electric Motors pUrse. Sentimental Please
Representatives approved by headed by Dr. reasons.
tall that a 13-story building "in frustration and disgust" Still, the Republican nominee call 446-3130. Reward.
voice vote Thursday a resolution president of Johns Hopkins -
could be set on the floor without unless the White House took the in 1960, George Peterson of Fort Store LOST pair of black frame glasses.
authorizing a study of food University, cautioned that. EquipmentFarm vicinity of City Perk or Music
I touching the roof. It is at Con- lead in educating Congress and Lauderdale, got more than 40 Center, Univ. Ave. Phone 3728767 .
. unless these changes were
vention Hall that the annual marketing from thefarmer. to the public on its objectives and per cent of the votes cast in the Machinery .
the:cons iner:':: V::T *- made, "this essential program
America are- general election and Holley feels 4 PERSONALIZED
'I Miss pageants accomplishments.The SERVICE$
five hen e will still be
held. :sScu2fi.million from President Critical Issues Council of floundering years if indeed the: he can win more by presenting Infant's Clothing LEARN TO DRIVEl Special attention -

The ballroom of the hall seats Johnson's request for $23 the Republican Citizens Committee himself as a genuine conserva- to nervous or elderly.
American people by then Machines
Sewing way Driving School. FR
j 5,000 and there are :34 committee :million to enable a national called in a report for a will not have scrapped it in tive.He 7700 tic bv State of fl..

I( or meeting rooms that can commission on food marketing "reshaping" of the aid programto frustration and disgust." said he planned to make I Office Equipment 6 SPECIAL NOTICESDUE

accommodate from 25 to 500 I to make the study. It also more clearly define its pur. no effort to win the support of I
The for which Pres-
people.. reduced the period for the study ident Johnson program has asked $3.5 posed to forced integration and) Movie Equipment to divorce I have a like new

State and city officials and I to The administration Won't Give bor, the elderly."I 1944 model Zig Zag Automatic
one year. Up billion in the year beginning Outboard Motors sewing machine. that does everything.
businessmen bid feverishly to had asked for study. just don't think' about per- We would like someone -
a two-year July 1 was "controversial, ac- to take up payments of $4.00
get the presidential nomination Their Pet Lion cording to the council, becauseof sons as members of blocs, andI Sports Equipment per mo. mall balance. Pit. 372-
convention here this year, especially The measure now' goes to a "the failure, waste and ineffectiveness am not going campaign on "

-slace New Jersey Is celebrating -, Senate-House conference to .reconcile ROSEVZLLE, Mich. (AP-) arising out 01.be oat basis r: wonl< \'C know how Vacuum Cleaners toy Una Away WRINICLEJ1I

its 300th anniversary I differences between the Mrs. and Mrs. Edgar J. Hen use of aid for short term political to anyway; my mind just doesn't I Odl's*5 plus Pharmacy Tax

House and Senate passed ver- much heartto Furniture 114 Central Plaza (Next to Wlnn
during 1964. say they have too purposes, the lack of firm work that way. Nursery Dixie) I.D.L. Drugstore.I .

They made combined .$625- sions./'The Senate approved the consider separation from principles to guide decisions, Holley said that he was opposed NEED a new TV antenna

000 financial commitment which administration's requests, including their house pet-a 120-pound and indecisive administrationmade to forced integration ando Fishing, Equipment I and have it installed at my

included $175,000 from local businesses the appropriation of $2.5 African lion named Caesar. worse by poorly defined was "curious to know where Washing Machines I home in the SW area. Call 1;

. and city government, million and a two-year study.A The 23-year-old newlyweds, and constantly shifting lines of Burns will stand on il" George 8441. Doyle ot 372- ,

$200,000 from the state govern- I republican effort to trim who work as veterinary assist- responsibility and authority." "I don't think he (Burns) has Building Materials I have new ext.19' 14.model automatic 1!

ment and $250,000 from the host ants, said Thursday they will The report on the aid pro- any political philosophy. He's Z>9 Zag sewing mlchl". .. No

committee, a bipartisan groupof the money to $500,000 failed on sell their bungalow in this De- gram actually was drafted by a what I would call a professional Heating Equipment attachments folio-wing decorative needed to stitches do the

state businessmen.The a teller vote of 94 to 75 as House troit suburb if it bans lions as task force headed by Walter officeholder. He takes whatever Musical Instruments grams buttonholes blind appliques.hems. Etc. mono-IS7S

city also agreed to air- members passed between counters residents. Judd, former representativefrom position he thinks will get him _W.Per Univ.mo. S5450 Ave. total 374-1075.price. 115

condition the hall, a $2-raillion .in the center aisle of the Roseville's City Council has Minnesota and an influ-' the most. votes that day. Your Camping Equipment HORSES

undertaking that required a ordered an ordinance up for ential member of the House conservative just doesn't do ', We buy. sell rent. board horses.

bond issue. The ball which the House chamber. Rep. Charles adoption Tuesday that would Foreign Affairs Committee. It, this." Plumbing EquipmentChildren's '. era Birthday parties parties coo<
Democrats will use rent-free, B. Hoeven of Iowa, ranking Republican ban wild animals as pets. was the eighth in a series issued He said that Burns' fiscal politics riding Cowboy's lessons.Riding Stables

was scheduled to be air-condi- on the House Agricul-j Caesar is the reason for it. by the council, 'whichworks "obviously are not conserv Playthings t .' Klncald Read Phone FR 11U9
Caesar has been both de- "
closely with'the FISH FRY
NetlCO SI lalentiOII t. Register FlCtltlOU ture: Committee, said it was a Republican ative. He has gone along withnroYstion The Newberry Church
Name I fanged and declared and Herz National Committee. Electrical I Appliances of God I I.sp2nsoclng Is
that the brain a fish Satur.
.0*. Florida Statute and were supper
Section 6S move
to simple predicted
Pursuant economy he is "too much like a 4 day June a, 5.30: to 7.39 ".M.
t" ,sajs "
notice Is-hereby given SundersIne I children of the ultra-liberals.
NORMAN E. ROBBINS I that the Senate House j timid, dependent child for us to Ruby TakingTL'anquilizers Dogs, Cats, Parakeets Will deliver anywhere; within
Newberry For
aId -MICMAEU. KINDRED. doing! Hollev said th* t the bi* campaign .., dais call 113"m; or.
abandon him to -23fS or
PO. Box 14305 Univ. Statton.GainiitJte. conference would increase the strangers. ..
Ltd- .....
Florida. issue would be taxes. pick ep at Church of God par.
Alachua County. Ii .. sonage. Adults SI.00. children JOc.
'Ictltious above million. '
kitenas to rf'Ol.t.r Slid amount to $1.5 Market I "I am pledged to veto any Gospel Sing at 7:30.
provisions of the aforeuid Egg I
name under the DALLAS, Tex. (AP) Con- -"' ILj"

Quad.statute.at Gauusvtlle._ .Florida this 3rd The measure was generatedby JACKSONVILLE (APThe demned slayer Jack Ruby has new tax, or"any increase in any ... "4 ., S Baby>> Sitters, Child Care
I be said '" -, ..5'
tax again emphasizing -
present ,
d.V.4.J..JrIa u..G. over the widening started taking tranquilizer pills
MI KINDRED concern : Northeast Florida Egg Market TINY TOT
( 3t3) &:*. M. ".26 spread between what the farmer prices to retailers: recommended by psychiatristsfor "any.
lAThS Circuit Court of Florida Eighth what they call his "psy- 'Apparently' the police commissioner PLAY SCHOOL:
judicUl Circuit In And For Alachua gets for his products and Extra large 39-42, mostly 41; VIsit
US and for
COM* In ChanceryDELMRT -- --, large 37-38, mostly 38; medium chotic depression," a doctor said (his description of: Nothing will sell it faster 245! Ifh St. fit 1M 4.7$0&yourwlf.
EASTMAN.PtatatifT. ., in the
H. the
what consumer pays Thursday. Burns) will go along with the EXPERIENCED elementary schoolteacher
.' 29-32, mostly 31-32; small 23-25,
.vs.JANte- M. EASTMAN.- retail market and by the rise mostly 24.Poultry. Ruby, 53, under death sentence proposition of about $100 million play to area.care Planned for children.program.rnusa. ,3acre

Defendant.. of giant retail food store chains.if' at farms: fryers 12%. for killing accused presidential -1 in new taxes, which would mean ._

-- "NOT.-lea'TO" APPEAR assassin Lee Harvey Os a new tax bill of about $100 a BABYSITTING per wk. Calf In 3711534.KIDDIE my. home U

TO: 'J .NIE M. EASTMAN' In The Circuit Court of Florida. Eighth NonCE OF SALETo wald, refused the first mind- year for every home in Flori than the. \ ,
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS'w4 .. Judicial Circuit. In and for Alachua County : Robert Lee Wright da." -:\. % : \j: : KORTEmployment
Dandy Avenue In Chancery. Box 3ft. Mlcanopy. Fla easing drugs earlier this week.. "- "Child Carp Canter 372-4667 ,
Jacksonville.\ Florida OTTO CHARLES HOELBINGER. You are hereby notified that the following 1'r. .' '.
You are hereby notified that a suit in Plaintiff. motor vehicle: One (II I'M Buick 10 .. -f) )
Equity has been brought against you .vs No. 4C 003$U. will be sold at public sale I.
or DELBERT H. EASTMAN. In the Circuit MARGARET DORA HOELBINGER at a m o'clock on the 12th day of .
Court. Eighth Judicial Circuit. In Defendant June. 1..., at 15 N. W. Uth Ave.. Gaines Election Return .- .
and for Alachua County Florida. The NOTICE OP SUIT ville. The proceeds of the sale will be
nature of the suit Is for a divorce. You TO* MARGARET DORA HOELBINGER applied Vst to the payment of the costs 11 FEMALE HELP WANTEDBEAUrt'
are hereby summoned ordered and required Route ot retaking storing and sale of said motor
to file your answer or defense tome Lyons New York vehicle and the cost of publication of
Complaint filed herein In the officeof You are hereby notified that a C 0 m- notice of sale and then to the satisfaction DEMONSTRATORS
the Clerk of the Circuit Court. In and plaint for Divorce has been filed against of the balance due under the contract GAINESVILLE Earn up to SS per hour demonstrating
tor Alachua County. Florida on or before you. and you are required to serve a copy covering the financing of said motor vehicle. Pool Is PonderedBy SUN famous Studio Girl
Jury Jt64. and to serve a copy of such of.your answer of Pleading to the Complaint Any..surplus. will be paid to you Cosmetic Full or Part Time.
Richard J. Wilson Emory 374-433 after .
defense J. -cn.
answer or upon on the Plaintiffs Aflame and you win remain uaoie tor y oai-
Plaintiff Attorney herein whose Cross. P. O. Box 4)1. Gainesville. ance remaining unpaid under said con WANTED -Claims secretary. Must
address I* S Southeast First it reel., Florida and file the original -answer or tract. be fast a. accurate typist and
Gainesville" Florida. pleading In the Office of the Clerk of the Arden Streit Motor Inc. VAL ADAMS projection and analysis ,of the use dictaphone. Shorthand not es
Herein fan net or Decree,. Confes yrcmt Cfcjrt on or before the *th day of IS N. W. Uth Avenue sential. Salary commensurate
so will be entered against.you for t..e July. 1.... If you faD to do, so Moment Gainesville. Florida votes counted. with ability experience. Reply
relief. demanded In the Camptolnt. by default win be taken :'againstyou 334) a:SIn 3frui tJcrk eimra The Associated Press and to bCo 433-A Gainesville Sun.
WITNESS my hand as Clent of Slid for the relief demanded In the Com WANT ADS "
Circuit Court of Alachue County. F tor Ida. plaint. NEW YORK-The three television United Press International expressed ESTABLISHED TERRITORY
end the seal of said Court at Galnnville DONE and ORDERED GlInnY Ie. the Court of the County Judge. Alach
Alachua County.'Florida on this Alachua County, Florida this 3rd day of ua County. Florida In Probate. networks made Individual interest and said the open .with Avon Cosmetics. In Mieanopy.
,,'"' In Estate of Call Mrs. Burn FR 3-0421.
3rd day of June. A.D. June re:
should be considered
J. B. CARMICHAEL INJ. B. CARMICHAEL Clerk CLARENCE VERNON NOBLE proposals Thursday that all join proposals
Clerk of the Circuit Court Circuit Court. Alachua County. Deceased. further. It was learned that PROTECTED TERRITORYPart
Alachua County. Florida. FloridaBy T. All Creditors and Persons Having with the major new wire serv- time service route for ambitious -
COURTSEAL --- -' CHfaRIE'HAlES Claims or Demand Against Said Esate ices in arranging pool Wes Gallagher, general manager "i: :: -"- :i': -,: reliable resident of Alacnua -
coverageof j.
By EMILY WATERHOUSE DEPUTY CLERIC : of the Associated Press had : : Co. with phone & car. Cell
Deputy Clerk J EMORY CROSS You and cadi of you are hereby non- election returns. Under a _evenings 7 to 19 P.M. FR 3.1U1.
Richard J. Wilson Attorney At Law fled and required to present any claim met in his office in April with ..
WANTED white woman to k0 u
PlaintiffS P.0BOX411Galneavuk. and demands which you or either of you single sytem of vote gatheringand r .:
Attorney for '.
meold In home .
; girt MOM.tn
: my
Southeast First Street \ Florida may have against the estate of CLAR.ence network representatives and j :
tabulation, the participants Frt 7.45 to 515. Call "'44after
VERNON NOBLE. deceased late '
Gainesville*Florida Attorney for Plaintiff .
be considered. i.15
'33t3)Lt2. Wtt (13 S) '*:S. 12. 1*. U of said County to the County Judge 'of would save millions dollars, proposed a pool pin.RECEPTIONIST i
Alachua County. Florida at M* office In i A pool arrangement could result for doctor's office, I,
the court house of said County e* Gainesville although each would be free to mature and experienced. Salary
Florida wtthin six calendar months make its in a better service to the j" open. Reply Box 42 -A. Calnesviu -
from the time of the first publication of own interpretation, : 'CALL Sun._
the wire services said.
this notice. Each claim or demand shall public, .
SttnMOYKS be In writing end snail state the place Naftce of 'al"' .. to Racist or Fictitious I N.B.C. proposed that the pool : HAVE A BUSINESS
of residence and post office adores of name ,- .y OF YOUR OWN J
the claimant and shall be sworn te by Pursuant to Section M5.0 Florida Statutes .arrangement be put into effect Set your own hovr no Invest.
me claimant hi* agent his attorney and notice is hereby given' that the undersigned :for the 1966 congressional elec ment. no Such pressure people
any such claim or demand not so filed JOHN T. PITTMAN doing 376-4672 : wanted. Apply Hotel Thomas
MKKCII AMMSl thai tevM.BEATRICE.. bustnest under the firm NI'IIe" THE tions. But OB.S. and A.B.C. ad- Vi td.. June 10 at 7:30 p-m.
WOOD NOBLE J J. SANFORD CO. 7C3 NE First St- ELEMENTARY teacher to heio
vocated it be done for this
As executrix of the Last WIN and Gainesville Fla. Gainesville. AJachuaCounty. year's teach child to talk. In private
Testament ofCLARENCE Florida intends to register said presidential election. The other home or her bome. PIIone Fit 3.uj -
VERNON NOBLE fictitwut name under the provision of .
cItcMMcL the aforesaid Statute two networks said if N.B.C. did 'I I .
Clayton Arnow Duncan I Johnston Dated at Gainesville. Florida. Hue 2nd OPENING for resident nurse at
Attorneys for executrix M -- day of June. A. o. '". not want to go along now, they Camp Crystal Lake four to eight
525 South Main Street week this summer. If interested
-e- John T. PittmasJoInt would :
Gainesville Florida T. PittmM attempt to arrange a pool : contact Dwight Hunter at School
Cut} 4O. 82. t*. M rDt) e:5. 12. If. M this year. i ir Administration 01. BWg. Phone FR ap. -


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June 5 1964 .' ._ .
14 Gainesville Sun, Friday -- -
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I 15 Houses for SoU 35 House for Salt _WIHiffl4IIJ11mJIaLL. iflh1. m ,

11 FEMALE HELP WANTED 28 Livestock & SuppliesWANT :
LIKE NEW-3 Br 2 bath, Ig
CROSSWORD PUZZLE NW 600 35th 1 er.. 3 BR, 2 full I.r. with fireplace., D.R. built WANT-AD RATES'PHa
WANTED TO properly condition cows baths. Ig. paneled Fla. Rm- shady
colored cook $ or day In kitchen patio 2 car
_ _
before freshing? Then try cooperative fenced In cent II
week.' Phon* 376-3428. 2317 W. EL.V yard gas heat carport and
!JnIv.LADY. Ave. Mills 13 per cent fitting Eii I E hardwood floors. convenient to heating. Near schools. Priced to
here'ords.too. I s lAVA I
feed. Ideal for LIttlewood, Westwood It Univ. 13th Ave. Tel. 372-844.1.
sell. 3503 N.W.
to age 35 for general accounting On special during June. ACROSS 25.Frighten IIIGMAt5IGL Phone 376-7161. 2-6795. I
office. typing. adding FMX Gainesville or Alachua.
. machine exp. necessary bookkeeping Phone FR 2-1095 or 461-2105. Append 29. Ballad I 0 S T E. R SAVE FOR SALE beautiful rural home for i- -
background helpful. Ph. 4.Cahein.rlch 30. Globe with to 4
pecan groves.
McCoy Mfg. Co.. Inc. FR 67290for c A R T L H E Overlooking up a Fe Lake with I Classified Onlyj I
30 PETS & SUPPLIES nut 31. Severely "
__ appointment. to basin and beach.
FROM 'ace bt
8. Burro Barga.n *
simple Must orders.
WANTED for doctor'soHlce.
Must assistant be able to type. ENGLISH shepherd puppies. Good 11. Caviar Unadorned I D : ri C L at $ .door'1. P. Ripy. DEADLINS I 'I

complete insurance forms and for watch stock and pets. FR 12. Indigo 37. Pluck*ool: I l1 i 6 ri I Fl 0 T T E BUILDER Melrose Fla. Ph. 45-5. II .
file. Salary depends on experience. 2-0033.
Phone FR 3695.. plant Scot. CENTRAL AIR CONDITIOING 02 Tues. thr Fr papers.-S pjn.. Day before I.tl
GERMAN shepherd pups AKC. all 13. Butter 38.Perlodsof Li 8 3 bedroom IV* bath. Pay only FENCED REAR YARDA 22 t go In Sun. paper-12:00 a.m. Sat.Fo
WANTED survey workers. SI.25 shots ready to go. Shown week sao per month Including taxes complete home: Wall-to-wall ads go to Mon. paper-1 pjn. Sat.

per hr. plus Incentive. 3 hrs. days after 7 P.M.. all day Sat. serving time and Insurance. Wooded lot on carpets., central air ". __ ;
per days per week. Call NW 18th Ter. SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE safe drapis I 7MlnTmwm"'iV 4 lies).. -
FR ::Ji7.S and Sun. $753S01 U. Twilight :iX). Became dead-end street. Perfect for rear yard.. -
___ young growing family. No money Quality Chambers gas oven
EXPERIENCED SALESWOMEN FREE kittens. Call 376-8041. 15. Rule of violent very cold DOWN 6.Kind of down to qualified, Vets. Only range. and hood. Vanttied laundry FAMILY RTE _

EXCELLENT opportunity for two 1 male. 2 agita44.. Panic 1.War god bean $450 down FHA. Ask to see lot sink In connecting utility room. iI
live-wire young women. who female well marked. Reg. $40. tors monger 2. Bird of no. 61.Advanced. Large living room, separate din 1 insertion .Vj.V '.. .;. I'
know how to sell and enloy| 7. Frandxan Three bed 30 3 Insertions V.V.V.V.V.Vf.7j. ? ;;.. ? %
$35 & $50. Phone FR 6-3470. ing room. large -
sales work. These are permanent 17. flock of 47. Espouse peace mission Design 3-2. One of Gaines rooms. Hugh Edwards Inc. 6 iRserttoQs .... *

positions, good pay. excel- LABRADOR Retriever pups. good herons 48. Affirmative 3. Exploitation ville's most advanced home designs. 376-7971. 12 Insertions' .....-.4..0.J"; 1 lIne
lent future and fine working champ. background. healthy 8. Divine ::.. Eye level built-in oven Total charge computed by multiplying. iifil'i'h
conditions. ST* day week. vacation stock wormed. Inoc. and ready togo 19. VIneves49.. Irish lake messenger and range- in kitchen. Breakfastbar. SWIM FREE i ed x number o irti

hospitallzation etc. See Mr. Ph. 372-5763 after 4 PM weekdays ads 50.Prior to 4. Having 9. Walk-in closets. Terrazzo NE Lovely 4 BR. 2 baths spa- .1r1
Sandefer Rutherford Jewelers. all day weekends. 20. One Scot 51. Consume rhythm Droop floors. Large rear lot with fenceon claus rooms. Large scr. porch !
103 W. Univ. Ave. 10.Pigpen back line. Save nearly $1.000 Air co V.& loan. $102 mont I
-WANTED experienced shoe sales FREE KITTENS. Call FR 4-1131. 22.Rshingtackle 52. Scorch 5. Cube root 16. Revolver on this one. $15.150. $500 down ter 3718. 5 Five letter words per tin
Extension 2993.
lady. Apply In person. Dob'$ Shoe or FR 6-3261 53. Put on of one 18.Fikdikeflsh2LBombast FHA $94 month includes all. 3 BEDROOM bath. built In kit I

Store. 21 W. Univ. Ave. TOY-min. AKC reg. Silver Poo Ask for lot no. 2. cenlrl heat reasonable S.amees2lines
dies. Champ. blood line SI 00. Jacksonville ... down take up 8 I
WANTED Negro beautician. In- I RA 4-0420. rrfrFrTrriT'23Auricier Model Home Sacrifice 4-2 ments. payent. 1370 S. E. pay I or.r typo
oulr at 507 SW 7th Ave. Phone. Huge corner lot with hundreds of 6-110 24
FR after 6 P.M. I GERMAN Shepherds. Registered. 6 24. PI. a Sannaes3lhnes I
6-474. - Cereal dollars in additional landscaping.Take 12 Pt.
weeks. Wormed. $ Phone Ft. ; ordinary type
II 13 AIf sidewalk to public or parochial HIBISCUS J. J. .
needed. age
MANAGER White. HY 7-2431.. : = grass PARK File I
employment fringe schools. Save big moneyon School area. spacious
21-50. steady ho. Same as 4 lines
- 25. aloud
benefits. ,Apply Jackson's Mlnit AKC Chihuahua puppies. 1 male 1 I I' Cry this one. Lot no. 24. attic fan, lots of storage quiet 18 rt.ordunarylype !
Market. 1234 N.W. 16th Ave. female $35. Also 1 male and 1 female II 2 6.Pewter coin neighborhood, FR 2-0992. I

EXECUTIVE secretary. Typing Male $20 Collie FR puppy.22120.Female FR 4-3324.S15 ii'a / 27. Side by aide HUGH EDWARDS, NE section.- 3 BR. IV* bat CCB I I

shorthand knowledge of book- 28. Europe home. S yrs. old. 5 from Pt'1m.
starting MINIATURE Silver French INC. 24 S
keeping desired. Ample Metcatf on street. Re- .
wage. Nb age limit. Unlimited Poodles Best of pets. ( weeks. 20 21 ..; 21JZ = 25 24 abbr. 2837 N.E. 15th Street frig. & dac. in yard, .
career opportunities for. woman Ready for new home. See at If' VhlS Tenderer 376-7971 screened-in carport, patio & shrb f

with quick mind. Prefer perma- 610 N.W. 40th Terr. Phone 376- 264S 27 26 Iif.II 33'Juttingrock bery. Fine- neighbors. $ i

nent resident. Send resume' or 0872. take up GI payments of $75 5 The Gainesville Sun will be responsible for
Interview request to Box 435 C-o SIAMESE kittens reg.. lilac r" .4 35. Miscalculate MERRILLATTRACTIVE monthly. Includes taxes & In. incorrect nor n be : for m t.

Gainesville Sun. choco. and blue pt. Champ. lilac .i- 7; :7 M Phone after 5:30 P.M. FR 2-0947. 30 30| tisement irtio greatr extent than lat;cost any Via error space occv- e

COUNTER GIRL apply In person and reg blue and choc. ?2 36. Baronets 30 I pied by the. l em hi the advertisement. o adlustment will
3 bedroom 2 bath
calls. One Hour MartlnUlng males at stud. Ph. Williston 528- I ; be made on errors that not t
no Jf 3S. Jfc 37 materially effect the value tII
in beautiful
// home Idylwild. Oak d
130 N.W. 10th Ave. In Shopping 6<<8. wives .. RedfranksRealestate the advertisement. _
V // 1'Vh / // floors central heating system and
Center. KITTEN. Free. Pure write and = 39. Father
large screened back porch over. =
WAITRESS. good hoUrs. good p.y. smokey-grey. Phone 3725044. See 18: = J, 40 41 41 43 41.Was In debt looking a well shaded lot. ONLY

Apply In person. Wonderhouse at 1024 N.W. 34th St. r//. f// 18900. The Gainesville Sun reserves th* privilege of revising or
Reitiurant. 14 S.W. 1st St. Be- WHITE small miniature poodles 44 4' ;' 47 Nothing :>. Ilng ?Jy! aertiset whi It deems oblectional and .II

hind Sears ___ male 4 wks. old. Purebred. S50 43.West of $750 DOWN 3 bedroom masonry II cnnS ey dv 1lsement 'nxn th.t .
Nod home In NE Section. Lots of SOUTHERN COLONIAL RED derecl l con'or to th* of the paper.
1610 NE 15th Ter. or call 372- pic
12 Male Help: Wanted 5745- 48 49 50 44. For ever trees. ONLY $7500 per month. tifully BRICK on landscaped half acre grounds.CENTRALAIR of beau-.

FOR SALE Miniature Bronze ;7r 45. Sward $1,000 DOWN will buy this 2 bed- CONDI- so
OPENING for the right man for poodle. Male 9 months old. = = .f = = : / SPar $ room masonry home with 313 TIONING & heating. 3 spa- Lmlllill 1m"I"mnnnmIIIIIrlmInln""II

training In retail roule saleswork. Grandson of '63 Grand Cham .l 46. Tibetan acres of land. clous bedrooms. 2 tiled 35 Houses for Sale

Must be ambitious and pion. May be seen at Martins ** ? ..""'$ ,.. --5 heep baths. large entrance foyer 35 Houses for Sale
willing to work.' All company Animal Hospital. 'All permanentshots. time 24 mm. TWO THOUSAND square feet In formal dining room gracious .
benefits and paid vacations. S this lovely 3 bedroom 2 bath home living room with fire 1 BR. Fla. Rm Carol Estates.
day work week. Apply In person with central heating and air con- place. Florida room modern IN NEWBERRY 3 BR. Fla. Rm. near schools. Pay low equity
Borden's Dairy. 2420 N.E. ditioning. Included are the range. built-in dream kitchen. Over 1 bath. kitchen. living rm.. dinIng a. assume VA loan with $".'
19th Drive. 33 LOTS FOR SALEBY 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sole dishwasher disposal. drapes and 2,000 s. ft. of living area. rm. Block home with 3Vi _m. payments. Ph 3763
Like Good of land within city limits.
certificate rugs. Call us to see this exceptional financno.Price. acre
LIFEGUARD with Senior $24.500. Call Price Phone 4722459. 37
Phone OWNER FOR SALE BY OWNER 04 BR year listing. SIUD. Real Estate Exchanged
work for summer. BEAUTIFUL wooded lot. 900 block 3 BR. 2 bath Fta. rm.. dining rm. BY OWrtER. FINLEY AREA around home on SW side of Lake HARRIS 3760817.COMPLETELY .
FR 6301LMAINTENANCE dbl. carport. extras. $1500 down. 2 Bedroom separate dining room. Santa Fe. $25,000. If Interestedcall OPEN HOUSE
of N.W. 22nd Street. 110' x155', Looking for plenty of room for a TRADE. Will trade waterfront
MAN. experienced.To Also lot In Gwynn Oaks 200'x180' 4012 SW 19th St. FR 2-9026. large secluded screened porch 475-5675. large family. Let us show you FURNISHED 2 bed property on Beautiful Santa-
Phone FR fireplace lovely Walking room frame home In excellent 3-6 P.M.
live on premises. this 4 bedroom 3 bath
with view and privilegesof BR complete Lake. Price $1250
2 frame. freshly painted in to Must
distance to Univ. FR 29757. condition. Outside city EXCLUSIVE NORTHWEST S
CAROL ESTATES with swimming pool in .
43012.YOUNG Clear Lake. 376-5109. & out. Back porch. shade trees. a travel, need extra P.
limits convenient to MEDICAL SPACIOUS 2090
Is In- Central air & heating. fireplace. fine NW Section of town. Square Fee RhJpey.
wanted who oak floors. terms $200 dn. and Melrose Fla. Ph. 475-
man Beautiful 3 Acre Tract Entered bya on over an WOODED 93 X 164
wall to wall bookshelves en- SCHOL 5S71.
terested in learning the home 60 ft. wide Private Drive. N.W. lawn fence GLADYS SMITHOPEN $55 monthly. Located near Univ. acre EXCELLENT AIR CONDITIONED 3 :
building trade. Some drafting Section. Out of City Limits.E.C."CURLY' closed patio. pUmp. Ave. bus at 1324 SE 2nd Ave. TERMS CAN BE ARRANGED. -
2 baths. JOHNMERRILL Bedrooms. 2 baths. paneled
experience necessary. Call FR KUEHN clothes lines. 3 BR. HOUSE Immed. occupancy. See it and Call BILL HAR : 38 Real (state Wanted
for appt. living room. family rm. & dining REALTOR WEEK SPECIALS phone 4-7170. 1.700. Den Living Room Dining Room.
4-7270 438 N. Main St. room. Matching stove & refrig- RIS. 37617.REDFRKS electric built-in Kitchen large 1
PARTS MAN. Permanent employ FR 6-2032 Broker FR 44544 crater disposal. Antenna. $1200 FOR SALE BY OWNER 4 BR. 2 Family room. Hardwood floors. TEACHER wants 10 buy i oF3
ment. Reply In own handwriting down on VA mtg. Ph. 372-3093. 1. 10 S.W. 23rd DRIVE bath. Ig. Fla. rmutility area REALESTATE FR 2-10J3. I bedroom country home with
giving age experience & refer LOTS Lovely home complete in every separate living rmdining rm, REALTOR 1918 N.W. 11th Road acreage or home In nice older
ences. P. O. Box 503. Gainesville. 3 BR. 2 bath. Fla. Rm.. dining detail on 3 nicely landscaped lots. kitchen wall to wall carpeting in Multiple Listing Claude M. "Red" Franks. Realtor section of town. Send details to

station attendant Archer Rd. 4.f Acres zoned Indust.. room dbl.! carport. extras. $1500 2700 sq. ft. of floor space. living rm.. glass sliding door Associates: Marcella Pardf Myrtle Lassiter AssociateW. __box _424-M. Gainesville Sun.
Wanted one service local area. married. corner lot. down. 4012 SW 19th St. FR 2-9026. leading to 16' x 24' patio. fenced- W. H. Buckhannan E. "Bill" Harris, Associate
be NEW
2135.Must with at least 10th grede edueation. Sale lease FOR SALE BY OWNER. 3 BR. 2. 924 N.W. 60th STREETTwo in back yard. 1325 NE 12th Ter. FR 21494 7 N.E. 1st St. 42 Farms & Acreage

with Service Station ormVchanical ; or Fla.Apartment Call site near 2 bath masonry home. hardwood story 4000 sq. ft. home in exclusive $19,500 CAROL ESTATES EAST. $18.200 Phone 376-0817 or 376-2927. 3 bedroom. 2 bath homes. Near "
931 W. Univ University West Hills. Over an acre Home: 376-2927 or 3727743 school. V.A. nothing down only
ability. I floors throughout. Dining rm SEE NOW FHA 3 BR 2 bath. Fla. room. ACREAGE
Ave. Ig. kitchen fireplace. air condition lot-house is complete with many Malore Gardens central air cond. and heat builtin $100 closing. FHA-mmimum down

PROTECTED TERRITORY 1019 MARY W. MOELLER.University REALTOR FR on nice lot In Gulfview. extras included.GLADYS. 3 ml. S. of Univ. on 441 kitchen swim club membershIp I' payment N.W. 6th St. and 37th 80 Acres near Gainesville good

Part time service route for ambitious I 6-4471 Sale price $21.000. If Interested. 21145 2-4625 2-4537 walk to schools. 2111 NE PARRISHPRESENTS Place. lAnd

1 reliable resident of Ala Desirable homesites sensibly restricted phone 3767400.WESTWOOD SMITH 16th Ter. Ph. 3760379.LITTLEW000WESTWOOD. I
&.car. Cal In the attractive rural 4 BEDROOMS BATHS I REASONABLE DOWN PAYMENT- 95 Acres Colonial
home 2
chua Fla. Room AREA fenced yardIn lake
Fireplace Central 3 br.. Fla. large
evenings 7 to 10 PMFR 2-1881. community Roberts of Mcintosh. Walking distance to schools. 3 REALTOR heatyou name It-this lovely 3 BR, 2 bath Fla. Rm., large storage -, beautiful Im.Idylwild. Priced at on prop borders on another, -
C In
RealtorU. 25 ml
wanted.To BR 2 baths home in Skyline modern room. screened porch. carport ; Gainesville. $30,000 good
CM trained MECHANICS S. Hwy. 441, MIcanopy Fla. 1228 W. University Avenue masonry has Itl $14,000.DAN Call
I hardwood floors terms
start work Immediately must Heights. Study. Phone 3725393 N.W. of course. Big fenced corner established yard shrubs I
have own tools. Plenty of work. I Ph. 466-3120. built-in range 8. oven. Cent. lot; double garage plus car- shade trees. $500 down. 527 NW
Free hospitalization Insurance. I FOR SALE b/ owner 2 corner lots heat. Shaded bade yard. Call port. Inspect this amazing buy at 34th Ter. Ph. FR 25043. ANGLEWOOD. Almost new 4 bed- BYRD MARY MOELLER, REALTO

salary guaranteed equipped with' at S1500 ea.. 2 inside lots at 376-0862. OPPORTUNITY I 1750000. Attractive terms. WEST PARK .room attractive home with central 1019 W. University

most modern service facilitiesIn I S1200 ea. Located 2 miles southof LITTLEWOOD AREA TO PURCHASE with financing ar- I ARCH CAMPBELL REALTOR 2030 N.W. 55th St. heating and fully air-condi ASSOCIATES INC. 15. ACRES ON Archer Road. Includes
Inc.. ranged all modern Central Heat Ph. 376-5707 tioned. This was one of the new DeYot Realtor -
Gateway Chevrolet. Crystal River Fla. on U.S., I ANYTIME Jack 2 CCB
area. 4 BR, 3 bath 2050 sq. ft. living By owner low down payment. 3 and
64-3yOQ.. 19 In Paradise Gardens Subdivi and Alr-Cond! near schools and I I homes In the 1962 Parade of Associates 4" buidings. 2
Fla. Phone well with
Starke. central heat built-In kit. TRI-LEVEL HOME 3 BR. 2 Bath. bedrooms payments less than system.
area. University built in kitchen. 3 .
Show. Let
us tell E. Christine Stone
sion. Call E.
C. Emory Cross 376- Hoes you Holloway
WANTED new & used car salesmen i 4582. 1 blk. from Westwood Jr. High. bedroom. 2 bath home. Call for sep. dining. rm- fireplace cen. rent. Phone FR 2-0258. more about this one. Walter Stoddard FR 2-264 .after S or weekends. "t

(2). Salary S. commission. 2 biles from LIttlewood elem. appointment to see. heat built In kit. equip. screened N.W. 13th Street 372.2511 .
Apply at Melton Motors. 703 N. WILL pay cash immediately for school. Ideal for Ig. family or patio. dbl.-car garage West. ULTRAMODERN- FLORIDA PARK AREA. A pleasant 92 Call night or day Fordyce Acreage
Main St. lot or parcel of land outside city family and elderly persons. BUSINESS LOCATIONROCK wood-C$. area. See at 2247 masonry 3 bedroom home on

limits but close In, on which a Priced for immed. sale. 3449 HOUSE on 85 ft. by 150 ft. N.W. 16th Ave. 28848 after 4. a nice lot 110 x 154 located within 4 acre trac. beautifully

13-Help Male or Female nice duplex house all ready on N.W. 13th Ave. 3722893. lot zoned for Retail Business. Air-conditioned 3 bedroom. 2 bath. walking distance to J. J. Fin- McKINNEY town only 116.00 Woed.an

moving equipment. can be moved STUDENT sacrificing 2 bedroom House can be converted to PRO- Ocala block home living room lev Elementary School and Gainesville acre.
this week. Or will sell you the Impressive elegance is found In High School. Owner GREEN A beautiful
SERVICEOffice. CCB home. Partly furnished. including FESSIONAL OFFICE. 509 M.W. with fireplace dining room over- I leaving ranch, with magnificent
PLACEMENT. Professional building furnished and ready to appl. and washing mach. 10th Ave. Call for appointment 10 looking beautifully landsca p e d this ultra modern 3 bedroom 2 town. pastures water tobacco and peanut
go at bargain price on easy It minutes from Univ.. few see. yard Florida terrazzo floor, bath stack bond home designed DEATONREALTORS allotments and at
Technical terms. You move In same or : i- I architect for true Florida GOOD BUY. Owner town tiber.
GraduatesFor can blocks to grade school. Ig lot. in lovely o Park, convenient by an leaving $165.oo an acre I buy ontodays
College appt. call 372-6377 rent out by end of week by actIng $9.500. 4117 N.W. nth St. FR 2. RENT OR BUY to schools. 1811 N.W. 11th living. Family room and kitchenare and must sell 4 bedroom 2 bath market. rel
now. FR 6-3012. Road. 3723638. panelled In mahogany. Glass home, living room family room Investment close .
4635 After 5:30. QUIET 3 bedroom acreage to Medical
1 12:00 A.M. "i00.PM" NEIGHBORHOOD. -
sliding doors throughout the built-in kitchen and screened Holly Forrest : In
Monday through Friday WHY PAY RENT? 1 bath home fireplace. house and free standing fireplace porch. Central heat and centralair Cente stllwest. 20 .c.
CENTER 34 Waterfront screened MCKINNEYGREEN Attractive 3 B.R. 2 Bath Ocala approximately 460 x 1320
PERSONNEL Property New homes $9.500.'3 bedroom. till porch. Negotiable terms. add to luxurious living in conditioning. Priced to sell. .
102 NW 2nd Avenue bath $65 per month. Located on The price has been reduced. this quality home. Practic ally I Block Home, srtuated $* large for 1.5.8eaulfut

OR FEMALE S. E. 45th Terrace. Also some new and near LIttlewood & West- FINLEY School Attractive 3 corner lot Sunken living room ring hills over 10
MALE are.
with FloridaRoom perfect Jor horses
fireplace -
Call FR 22372. MYR. acre
trade-Ins. wood. Price $35,000 Call bedroom 2 masonry homeon
Real Estate Salesmen wonted. Reg Broker. specallzlng In ALACHUAREALTY DEATONREALTORS TLE LASSITER 376-0817 or 372. nicely landscaped, large lot. Double Carport Central heat cattle, S37SOO an acre.
Career port LAKE PROPERTIESACRE 3 BR !'/> Bath dining rm. Fla. 7943. Immediate and air conditioning Modern Also other listings available from
Start a new AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose rmback yard fenced. In Carol I ssession May we kitchen with refrigerator Designed $75.00 an acre on up.
or full time. Become a GR Estates. near schools and churches. REDFRANKS REALESTATE show you this one. for luxurious living

member of Florida's Finest 52981.ON THE GULF Call 3725776.EXCELLENT I LittlewoodHere I 7 N.E. 1st St. Ph. 376-0817 MASON MANOR. Very attractive 4 house Sun. 2 to 5 4110 FORDYCE ASSOC INC.

Profession. Multi Million BUY ASSOCIATES 2 bath home located 5th Avenue. Ope"I
Is the house that will suit bedroom. on I REALTOR
Multiple Listing
Dollar Real Estate Corp. Cedar Key Shores Central air conditioning. & heat.family 3 635 N.E. 1st St. 376-2448 your needs. It has the location GLADYS SMITH a large lot with fenced back yard. '26 W. Univ. 376-1236
B R. 2 bath. built in kitchen Ideal for children. Walking distance --- -- -----
has openings in this area lr Other Properties outside i Arie T. Smith, Broker right by the school. It has 3 AnglewoodBeautiful I
rm.. fenced yard. 80 ACRES: to Westwood Jr. High. Central -
for 1 10 salesmen. Only top $16250. Locatedat Mabel Gore, AssociateSO B.R. 2 baths Fla room kitchen 3 B.R. 2 bath home UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITYWell
David Andrews city limits. Only combination central heat It Plus 3 bedroom 2 bath home quality salesmen need op- 3945 NW 36th St. Ph. FR 6-2969 Is priced right only $16,500 tral heat oak floors 20 miles surrounded by spacious park like.
call Cedar Key 3841 GOODFor from Gainesville 15 UNDER $10.000. New 3 bedroom grounds equipped with underground established firm Has '
nlv .For interview NW. SECTION. 3 BR. 2 baths Can be FHA financed One pecan 'A
1 and util. lots of year old Owners have left grove 45 acre permanent pasture20 homes built under FHA specifications sprinkler system This ing let let class secretary e
Ocala 629-7921 collect. AIR CONDITIONED, gas heat. large carport the family who needs ROOM. and available to qualified house has many attractive extras permanent basis, salary
and counter space. Well town and must sell. You should acres unimproved. Tractor .
completely turnlshed 2 bedroom cupboard beauty and convenience. Over 2.-
and must be seen to be appreciated. -
COUNTER help & cashIer. Sun- house on Cowpen Lake, 22 miles landscaped rear terrace, excel- 900 sq. ft. living area. You'll be Investigate before you buy Cal mower, harrow fertilizer distributor buyers with FHA financng. No Let show working Cld.llf .Hr.ct
Call 3725392.SERENOLA costs and us I f yo A_ In *w
Part-time closing
days and-or nights. East of Gainesville. Price $3,800 lent cond. 3725756. thrilled to see the gorgeous panel. FR 23617 n Open house Sunday 2 to y I .ndllf .t
only. S. & M Wh.t..Burger.F'R Terms available. Phone FR ling beam ceiling & H.W. .1 ing qv.lfcllons APllcltl.
IBR, bath. am. CB house util. open .. -. ESTATES WESTSIDE. residential lubl S.W. 41st Street.
4-IS9S : Ne
4-6456. htrs floors. Built-in elec. kit. separate 'cond"ta. C. .
rnx. Vj bath. gas gas Northwest vision soon. Acre .
End. DR. huge LR, Family room Lovely residential lots -new school ASSOCIATES vI. SUl 417.A
14-Sales Help Wanted BEAUTIFUL lot on the Suwannee range tools. etc. Homestead pump & Florida room. Air conditioned. Four B.R. 3 bath HOME two opening In September. priced from streets now being pave May we J. Fred Guy Butterworth
River at Rock Bluff. Call 376- 93.6 fro n tag e. Exceptional at $17,700. Exc. terms. bedrooms with private bath $3500. Can 3725393. tell you more Jay
6160. Exemption. FHA commitment. SEE NOW. 2 car enclosed garage Large residential area outside city lim Col. J. W. J. Wiltshire
5 mile from Gainesville. FR FR 23617
automobile sales its.
EXPERIENCED to start work Immediately 40 wide lot on Coooer Lake. Phone 21541. CREEKS I DE corner lot near. University. N. W. 7th PLACE: Multiple Listing FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY
man 376-4360 after 5:30 on week days. Call FR 2.3617Florida Nice 3 bedroom 2 bath home close
Best plan In area. Free hos- BR. CCB. city water shady tot. .
pay 1
The first look will sell you on this to schools good financing. Call
pitallzat'on! Insurance & demo. M.M. 50 x W paved street located
LAKE HOUSE FORDYCE like new 3-2 CB home on beautiful ParkThis 3725373. I
plan. P:>nty of action. GatewayChevroiet. creekslde! lot 110x290. Huge near bus line and Stephen Foster For top quality workmanshipcall

Inc. Starke. FI a. COMPLETELY FURNISHED Family room with fireplace. Separate Is a most attractive 4 B.R. School .,11 NW 39th Ave. Down
Phone a-390Q.. Spacious 2 BR home with large DR. Dream Kit. Double ga 3 bath home appointed with ex GLADYS SMITH payment & $45 monthly Im- 372-6142

-WE are an Orlando company readyto living room fireplace. garage REALTOROPEN rage. Prettiest HW floors. 2500 SQ. eel lent features Large well REALTORAssociates PARRISH med. occupancy. S It & phone GAINESVILLE
expand throughout Florida covered pier large shaded lot. ft. overalL. Priced at $22,950. SEE landscaped lot L.R. with paneled FR 6717.HIGHLANDS.
and we are looking for a mature etc. $12.000 with easy terms. wood burning fireplace plus an ANO ASSOCIATES INC. 2 Story. 3 BR.. 2
man or couple to represent us In Will trade. Call anytime. HOUSE IT.JUST SEEfor entertainment room more than MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTINGH. bath residence. Brick over hollow '10 N W. 13th St.

Alachua Co. If you have had experience ERNEST TEW. REALTYFR 2200 sq. ft. of extraordinary Ben Griffin Anna Hlnson Wayne Hill Helen Graham tile. Cent. heat. Priced under "af.P 'p end
In selling & service and 6-6461 2910 NW 13th St. ((2:00-5:00 P.MJWORTH'fr) yourself the value In this 3-2 living space and all correctly! Carolyn Noyes Florence Burns Carolyn Gardenhlr Mary Parrish $25,000 See at 530 N. E. 7 Ave. delivery.
can withstand our Investigationwe Ocala blk. home at 607 NW 19th created for gracious living. You'llbe I Multiple Listing Member 19 N.E. First St. 372-5375 Cor. Blvd. Ph. FR 24245.
will put you In business for FOR RENT Ave. So Convenient. Nice shaded proud to be the owner of Tl. -
yourself with absolutely no invest- I Bedroom house on Lake Wau- this corner lot. Ui.lqoe floor plan. F Ia.. this home In the exclusive north. _-- '

ment. Write P. O. Box 1712 Orlando burg. Newly decorated 1125.I I of noting are the features In Florida room. Pretty elec. kit. Much more west section. Shewn by appointment -. IN THE -
Fla. Phone 4663130. 3 bedroom, S bath home. for only 17500. Exc. terms. only with MCKINNEY FREDARNOLD ,
room and patio. fenced GREEN. INC. FUN
BEST real estate sales opportunity JUST over one acre heavily wood- In bade yard and a work bench UNIVERSITYREALTY I

in Gainesville. Draw- I ed. Lake Ann. 20 miles from for the handy man. $25,000 with ASSOCIATESJ.
Turn- Gainesville 80 front n. on clear financing to be arranged. ALSO Fred Guy Jayne ButterworthCol.
ing account. Leads lake. $3500 with $1500 down and NOTE: This home located at 129 J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire

ishf'd. 372-1551. $50 monthly or $3000 cash Call N.W. 30 Street will be open for Multiple Listing
376-3211 ext. 5568 FRED inspection today. (May 31) or if
1115 N. Main St. Ph. 372-4351
16 Work Wanted Female BRYANT. you don't get a chrnce it to ASSOCIATES. stop. : d W M. Munroe Realtor monthly payments buy our
by CALL FOPOYCE Assoc S. E. McLaughlin! Roy Mc. I '
YOUR VACATION HOME? : equity reasonably no taxes owner _
WHITE LADY will oo. Ph.I I Furn. hove in Yan.-eet-wn. 2'' INC. 376-1236. Cenn Frank Roby T. C. Douglas leaving city. Call 372- C64. REDUCEDFour .
In my home. 10 cents a piece. blks from River 01 paved street. I Jr. bedroom 2 bath home being
I BY OWNER. Mason Manor 3 BR,
FR 41524COLORED Only $30.0 cash totzl p-ice. S. LUXURYIs offered for sale for less than SUNBOATS
2 bath. cent heat. built-In kit.,
lady would like to take E. Sapo Realtor. Nrwberry Fla. lovely 3 bed- dead the FHA appraised value situated
the word for this huge screen porch. paved NORTHCENTRAL FLORID!
in location
N.W. at
care of elderly person. 14 yrs FOR SALE. If you have put otf room. 2 bath home which Is located M end street. shaded lot reasonably 38th Terrace. Comes 1S06 N.W.:1
experience as nurses' aide. 5 buying that lot on beautiful lust a few blocks froman priced. Phone FR 22378. complete:
days per wk. Phone 372-474 Santa Fe Lake. You have little elementary school. Wall to wall with refrigerator laundry dryei

time left to secure waterfront carpets. central air conditioning. J. W. and window air conditioning unit.Approximately .: BOATS & MOTORSWHO
17 Work Wanted Male property (AT A REASONABLE Beautiful kitchen and family QUIET I $450 down to qu.11 & MOTOR OUTDOOR RECREATION

PRICE). G. P. Rlppey. Melrose. room. You will have an opportunity KIRKPATRICKDELIGHTFUL e FHA buyer.REALTOR .
DO YOU NEED Male with Ph. 375-5571. to look through this home SIMPLICITY WOULD LIKE THE 76th 24" GRILLS -

Broad Pract. & Educa. Bkgrd. located at 723 N.W. 19 Street to- 3 br, Fla. rm. & breeze-way. Jumbo home WEEK SPECIAL HUNTER Fibrglas Ffshigg ir Pl fsin boats. .
In financial management at day. (Miy 31) or contact FOR- contemporary Drive by N.W. 36th Terrace and I Boat FRANK HootIPtI.ND.MtOI.
conditon priced -
brick excellent t
for $
Houses SaleNO Two
35 by large live oaks.
levels INC. 376- view 3 ]!
retail whsle a. mfg. DYCE ASSOCIATES. on todays market. Call MARY has bedro PHILPT GOOD YEAR SERVICE
mngment repts. budgets. acctg 1236 for more details. MOELLER or three bedrooms. two baths all bath horn*. .rltocrt R M S OR CENTRAL THE TACKLE BOX 725 N. SORS
the features expect plus M.1
systems a; controls. Salary reg- you of homes comes wi CHARGE 2-3
to live
ment. Reasonable. Inquiries\ may DOWN PAYMENT 38ft.. 2 ADORABLEdescribes many more. A delight built-in kitchen, central heli Th Heart Of East Gainesville"
Central heat. central air LIVE SUBURBAN In and so easy to keep. So -
Gainesville bath Prlc
be directed at Box 434-A and air-conditioning. FRANK Check with
Sun.YOUNG cond. Northwest. 119,000. Call this delightful 3 bedroom easy to buy. too. at 303.500.00.BEAUTIFUL terms request. PHILP01S C.rli List
376-2927. It can Appr. 4 acres overlooking winding traditional residence. o SPORT FR 2-171. o Cllslltl t choose
school. graduate home and guest scenic road high wooded land Space. and custom from
man. high and design quality Horn of HUNTER Fiberglass
desires office or store work FOR Safe. or trade. New 4 BR. be yours for $200 down payments frame house. N.W. 3 mL Gaines details throughout. Lovely large NEAR SHOPPING CENTERWell Fishing Boats.McCULLOCH .
Beautiful -
ef any kind. Knowledee of library home located In Westmoreland of $15500 a month. to be ville. $14.900. Call MARY MOEt lot. More expensive than the constructed ctr.l., located, Motors MURRAY ALACHUA COUNTY'S

work and typing. Call Estates. On city sewers pavedSt yard. Must CONTACT be seen FORDYCE LER average price range but youth economical h bedroomsand : Trailers and JACKSON Sailing ONLY DEALER Skiing SwliDiYI

_anytime 377-7273. 2 Ig bath Rms. Ig. family appreciated will agree hoUse is mar 1 bt Homestead Ex. Canoes. I
Rm. & living Rm. dining area. & ASSOCIATES INC- HOMEBuy than worth it. taes are only So peiyw. JOHNSN Fishing Equipment.
18 Schools fir Institutions Central heat., built-in kitchen including go by 311 NW 26th St. Sunday.the TWO ACRES In the woods with the I Full price $12.300 $40t: -Where Sells Itself SEA
GE dishwasher. 2 courtyards May 31 and see It during this 3 br 2 bath. Cent Heat most in contemporary styling; down and $78.00 per month 1 aqualified Q.11 SALES AND SERVICE Safety Items.

walk to schools. close to open house. home In NWWt.. in stove overlooks a creek. five bedrooms.I FHA purchaser. 20 NW. 14th Ave. ton Star Boats. Orlando Clpr

Real Estate Exam U of F medical center FHA oven. excellent terms like rent. handsome fireplace. modern FR FR Boats. Ski supplies. Siing ris. Golfing Equipment
$22,700. Down payment $1.700. JUST RIGHTfor move In. Call MARY MOELLER kitchen. Not quit BEST BUY 2-51 6 BAIRD'S MARINE

COURSE Immediate occupancy. Drive by This 4 pleted: and a steal at $,,,,= i Lovely 2 story residence with 3 bedrooms Mon. Thru Fr 5-4 Dm. Sat .o MA'N ST. Tennis Equipment .
ATTEND First lesson free. 1027 NW 40th Drive. Call Butler the Young Executive. tremendously Substantial cash payment re 2 baths, family room, I Other by Appointment 601 S.
WELL'S BUSINESS COLLfcwC Brothers. 372-9545 dally. 376-M48 bedroom 2 bath home recreation room.A quired. burning fireplace in living ro I Baseball ,JCIe.

COLLEGE. 211 W. Univ. Ave night. large kitchen set off 2 story home In Melrose. large yard. FOR $15. 5000 FHA evaluation you and dish washer In t kitchen-

#'R. 6-3507. 3723727. by very Blrcn attractive cabinets. Down payment beautifully landscaped. Partly fur- can buy a four bedroom two bathhouse $17,000.with good Sun Want Ads SWIMMING POOLS Where Fish. t
bi the LIttlewood area. Spa-
MEN&womenhStGSSfotrainO 5-RooM FRAME hoUse. screened can be arranged and also excellent .
porch. reduced for quick CALL FOR- clous living room and separate HOLLY FOREST 4
SERVICE sale terms.
CIVIL monthly
Examinations. For Informationsend 12,495Phone Cephls Goodman DYCE 8, ASSOCIATES. INC- 376- nished.MARY dining room parquet. Appointment Exceptionally fine horn* O qle t BE CAREFREE, many many m 1

It Phone No. S28-4384. Williston. 1236 or you may drive by and only. street situated at 4219 S.W. I 1
name, address 112 W. take a look at It Sunday. May SEVERAL lovely lake homes for Avenue amidst huge live 1 Results E>|oy a clean and healthy P. "
Key Training Service. $14.775 UP ON YOUR LOT. Open 31 during Open House from 2:00 sale. These are year round residences shad trees. May make arappointment ; Get Mate Pool Service JLDYEHTISZ 35Z
Adams St.. Jacksonville. House SUndays. 1 to 6 PJTV. Designed within easy conwnutktgdistance. for you -
to 5:00 P.M. I M c.anl
WRITINGBOOKKEEPINGSecretarial (. engineered by U. S. MOELLER service.
SPEED Courses. Classes now Steel Corp. Homes DIVISIOn 2100 FRI 2-5363 2.3171MR. laV Dmr 1
forming. Howelfs Business College. sq. ft. 3 BR. 2 bath air cond- FORDYCEAssociates J. W. H.

211 W. Univ. Ave. FR 6- brick veneer. 2 car garage. 1801 ARNOLDREALTY
NW 36th Dr. Alachua Homes. REALTOR
3507 Inc. CaU Frank Thomas FR 6- Inc. KIRKPATRICK COMPANY

28 Livestock & Supplies 6690. Real Estate Exchangers, 1819 W. Univ Ave. FR 4-4471 Realtor Member MERCHANT: To place your ad in the } I

FOR SALE BY OWNER. NW SEC Multiple Listing Realtors Member Multiple Listing 31 N. Main St. Phone FR 24404 121 W. Un..Av*. 372352 I

ICO HEAD of bee lirpe calves, av. TION. 3 lArge BR. 2 bath Fla. Grace S. FordyCe. Broker MARY MOELLER BROKER Member Multiple Listing Associates Pee Seg PHONE 372-8441
Fun in the Sun section
wt. 300 ibs. will sell in lots 01 10 Rm- CCB home near school. Dudey: Gou'den.: Associate ASSOCIATESE. ASSOCIATES: Jan CakJwelt !
up for .22 to .25 cents per Ib. FR Owner transferred. Reasonable.FR Harvey Benton. Asoe'I! ; W. Moetler! Dick Durbm Floy Mamlawn Iren Bunncfl Jim Sheppard Ort May } I
4-4444 or FR 6-5.497. 2-1245. 924 W. Univ. 374-1286 Foster Kessler A. W. Reece. CaptUSN. Ret. B Katkman Green

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DIAL 372-8441 .. A Courteous AdVisor Will Help You Word Your Ad.TTHE .

45 Furnished Apts. 45 Furnished Apts. 47 Houses for Rent Furn. 49 Rooms for Rent 54 Business Rentals

STOP LOOKINGI Sub-let June 15- NICE efficiency furnished apt In 1 BR furn. house. Suitable for NICE rooms for rent. 1607 N.W. .GARAGE space tor rent 613 S.W.
Aug. 15. 2 BR completely furn. convenient location. close to shopping couple with small child. $40 per 12th Road. Phone FR 2-4972 or 2nd St. Call John Merrill, Real r.T-
TIME IS NOW air cond. apt. T.V. antenna incl. center ideal for couple water mo. 1802 NE 17th Way. Phone FR V 6-6083. tor. FR 2-144. LikeFully
2 blks. from campus. Married furnished. Available now $60 37-221L COOL comer by dayweekmonth.Hot APPROX. 4400 sq. ft. on ACL
couple preferred. $89 per mo. V per month. Call FR 6-3070. water, rail '
3 BR, 2 bath. 411 SW 27th St. S150 electricity. Beauty siding. Yard space at rear,
372-4753. AVAIL. June 15. Alr-cond., aerial per mo. Call McKinney: Green. rest mattress. Cross ventilation. all on paved street. 536 SW 2nd
No children _Close In. 321 N.E. 3rd St. Ave. Call 376-7511. Mr. String-
"- 3 rooms ft bath close-in adults, V no pets. 65. 406 NE Inc. FR 23617. fellow. SODDED
V no pets. Water turn. $55 per mo. 6th St. 2 HOUSES COMPLETELY FURNISHED BOARD ft room for working men.

Do You Have A Room, Apartment _' FR 2-4421 or 372-1633. 2 BEDROOM S room apt. N.W. 1 BR house for S40 Good beds. home plenty cooked of hot meals water.good 225 56 Business Opportunities
7th Ter. Seen 2 BR house
V by appointment. $75 per mo for V4S per
CLEAN 4 room apartment. Close month. Phone FR mo. See at 3721 SE HawthorneRd. SW 2nd Ave. EXCELLENT downtown $Sincla r
"3825; 116
Or House to Rent? to shopping, lot N.E. 4th St. N.W. 7th Ter. Upstairs. Phone 376-4031. IN NEW MODERN HOME modern Service Station open and doing Front Lawns?
VV Phone FR 2-1391. $45 per month. V
furniture. dbl. bed., private business will lease to responsible
CLEAN living room lust refurnished 2 BR. CCB completely furnished bath. Rent party with adequa t
single or double to e
NICELY furnished 2 BR duplex apt. newly painted. 1 8 R apt. house with automatic washer. men. must be capitaL Sinclair Refining Co.
gentlemen. Phone
tor rent. No pets. 704 SE 4th Ave. Call PR .
... at 1204 NW 23rd Blvd. $75 per forappt. 376-0814. Phone FR 4-0222 or 2-4512.

REMEMBER: rental vacancy COSTS NICE 1 BR furnished apt. Private mo.6-2472.Immed.Weseman occupancy.:Realty. Phone I 48 Houses for' Rent Unfurn. IN PRIVATE HOME. nice clean 12 LANE BOWLING ALLEY On W.
bath a. entrance. Hot a. cold room for reliable gentleman. No Univ. Ave. for lease. Opportunity .
: water furnished. $SO per mo. 1 BR air cond. furn. trailer ft enclosed drinkIng Phone FR 4-5047. for the right man to get in
YOU MORE'thon the ad that will rent Phone 2-9704 or 2-9195. cabana. Excellent condi FORDYCE RENTALSCall the bowling alley business with a
tion. FR 2-9884 .-< AJA. and Rooms for male students near campus small amount of
our agency to find the capital. Call FR
FURNISHED apartment for rent
6-12 P.M. house you wish. Many listed. summer rates. By week or 4-2441 or FR 6-2930. Ask for Mr.
male air-condi
for two only month.
it Kitchen ft maid service.
I .. V honing central heating u I II. UTIU FURN. close-In. 2 rooms. private Also apartments furnished. FR 2-2724. Haynes.
furnished. Phone 2-6433 or 4-4171 bath off-street parking, no FORDYCEASSOCIATES MAN end wife team freeje
,. pets. Also newly papered 1st floor NICELY furnished. newly decorated out of town and operate a small
2 BR upstairs furnished apt. large 1OR apt. 15 SW 2nd PI. INC. room for career girl. Share
Sundry and rental business. Phone
Here's what Vacancy COSTS YOU clean, bath .
your rooms, screened porch nt W. Univ. 376-1234 with one girl. Limited kitchen FR 63012TRAILER .
apt. near shopping
freshly painted sprayed monthlyfor privileges. Phone 376-5426.
pests. Water furnished. $58 Ideal for working lady. P. M. 3 BR.. 1 bath. Excellent loca PARK near Gainesville.
V : EVERY DAY until it is rented : per mo. Phone FR 4-5883. Boothby, 427 NW 10th Ave. Ph. tion. saD month. 1011 N. W. 10th CLEAN.in. Daily Reasonable maid service.rooms, close s,900. Low down, low monthly
Use of
FR 6-7227. Avenue. Ph. FR 6-3708.
YOUNG COUPLE or'Iged coup I e phone. FR 6-1423 or 622 N. E. 2nd payments. -
preferred, but no children or FOR RENT Duplex apartment FOR RENT 2 BR house. Stove ft Street. MARY MOELLER, REALTOR

IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: pest Upstairs apt. Available now. furnished Phone FR, 2-4386.1336 N.W. 5th Ave. refrlg. furnished., fenced back 4 Bedroom. 2 bath home. Also 1019 W. Univ Ave. FR 6--<<71.
yard. $70 per mo. 1133 NW 22nd
Call 44512.REDWOOD
IF want a bargain in a
Ave. Phone 372-7997. adjoining rental property. 200 ft. you good
APTS. 4401 S.W. 13th BETTER HURRY if you want this frontage. 300 block N.E. 3rd Ave. grocery store. all colored trade
$40 mo. . day
per per St. New air conditioned 1 BR 1 BR semi-duplex. Just remodel SMALL house. t large room kitchen Will sell to"ehr f ---..-tely.V call me. You must have collateral : tir :1
apts. water furn. $90 per mo. ed. Sleeps I, attractive: location tilt bath.. stove ft refrig. ] 316 N.E. 3rd Ave. FR 2-4752. ft good credit. Ph. FR 4- _
$50 per mo . $1.66 per day Call FR 4-0427 or 2-4723. hot water ft electric furn. Reason miles out Archer Rd. $30 per mo. ROOMS for working men. Breakfast 7231 days FR 2-0641 nights.

able. 814 NE 11th Ave. Ph 372- FR 63327. N.E.
CLEAN. 2 BR upstairs apartment 2191 after 5:30 PM or anytimeSat. end tw...":-> i. 5.5. .i ABSENTEE ownership makes nec:
$55 per mo . $1.83 per day near Campus, $90 per mo. or Sun. TWO bedroom house for rent. 376-6036. essary sales of popular local it
Phone 2-3329. Apply Frank Dicker son, Orange hole carpet golf course. Inquire
2 Bedroom kitchen, dining room Lake Marine Boat Works. P. O. 51-A Wanted To Rent Gainesville P. O. Box 13427.
$60 per mo. . $2.00 per day 1 a, 2 BR turn. apts. near Univ. living room and private bath. Box 221, Orange Lake. Fla. -
I 914 SW 7th Ave. Phone FR 6-2444. Phone 376-6512.
3 BR 1 Bath complete kitchen. GRADUATE student and wire mid 61 Wanted to Buy
; -, $65 per mo . $2.16 per day 1 BR. 1 bath, kitchen & living 1 bedroom furnished apartment, near schools: and shopping cen thirties, want furnished house for
room garage apt. $45 per mOo private entrance free water and ters. For Information; Manaro's about 1 year. no children or CASH for your used furniture. refrigerators -
water furn. Gas heating. Phone T.V. antenna. Call FR 6-5112 or Restaurant FR 2-4690. pets. FR 27327.UNIVERSITY stoves. TVs clothing 1I1111I1IIIIIftk.HI.lmnullnmDI""III""QDlqllj\IIIIIIIIIIIUI"
[I $70 per mo. . $2.33 per day FR 6-1103. 27619.. etc. FR 23937. William's lUllllllllllllllUIIII
AVAIL. Immediately. 3-4 Br., LR Service Center Hawthorne Road.

t $75 per mo . $2.50 per day 42 ft air garbage conditioned furnished.trailer Student water 1 Morris and 2 Bedroom Trailer Court trailer for 2330 rent.E. shopping DR Kit.. schools.Equip.$100.Near 1203 Park N.E. I furn.rent 3 house or 4 bedroom for professor 1 furn.wishes or un-to I ITHESE I Ia
couples only. Near Univ. $75. University Ave. Ph. 3764164. 5th Ter. FR 6-2693. year COMPARE !
Aug. 1st. Write Dr. Sidney Den- E. C. "CURLY"KUEHN
$80 per mo. . $2.66 per day Ph. 3725182.DESIRABLE 3 BR house at 1311 NE 14m Terr. man Stetson Univ.. DrLand, Fla. I
well located 2 BR 46 Unfurnished Apts. Stove ft refrigerator $115 per JR. a =
FAMILY of three wants 2-3 bedroom
duplex apt. with utility appliances mo. Phone FR 6-2472. Weteman ,
$85 per mo . $2.83 per day furnished. Avail. June 12th. Rental TWO tearoom apt. available immediately i Realty. house. below $100. Five Homes. Lots Income. Business HOME VALUES I
basis. No ; lower level of year resident here. Phone 22913. and Lake
$85 monthly. yearly duplex Property.
P $90 per mo. . $3.00 per day children. pets or students. 115 stove and refrlg., situated I RENTALSMany Farms and Acreage.E. I BEFORE YOU BUY II
about 52 Boarders Wanted
NW 13th St. Phone FR 6-5323 3 blks. off campus. 1105 C. "CURLY" KUEHN. Jr.
or FR 6-4833. NW 4th Ave. saG per. mo. Phone homes. furnished and unfur. 631 N. MAIN ST.

t V V _$95 per mo . $3.16 per day 1 BR furnished apt.. water furnish FR 6-5871. nlshed. Furnished Lake house. ROOM and Board for girls. Private FR 1-2032 Broker FR 6-6544 Norwood

ed. 4131 NW 12th Ter. $60 per NEW 1 BR duplex apt.. kitchen Call bath Washing Machine. Phone
$100 per mo. . $3.33 per day mo. Call 376-2441 or 37 -2930 ask equipped. $60 per month on ayear's FR 6-4083. I SAVE!
for Mr. Haynea.IBEOROOM. lease. Ph. 3764372 days, MOELLER Hope"H"
376-7327 evenings. 1019 W. University FR 4-4471 McCOY'S
v completely furnished
upstairs or downstairs near NEW 1 BR, duplex apt. for rent 2 BR masonry home at 4134 NW Inc.
I CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR shopping center. See at 612 N.W. at $75 per mOo 2 BR apt. at $35 11th St. $80 per me. John Merrill HOMEBUYERS Macoma Homes, I munmmmlf1 nlll1l11ll111l111mmmllI !
10th Ave. or phone 63549. $75 with kitchen equipped. John Mer. Realtor 372-1494. We Trade Homesor
rill Inc.For
FR 21494.
V per mo. 2 BR new home. located on paved .
I 2 BR furnished apart. with porch. i LARGE newly decorated: garage street. Hampton Fla. 20 miles Sale very attractive 3- 1115 NW 40th Drive PropertyiwiuuinnniiiiiiiwiiiiiiiiiiDiininiiininiiiiitiiu
SUN RENTAL WANT ADS Near University. See at 411 N.W. apt. 805 NE lIlt Ave. Partially from Gainesville. Wired for else bedroom Vbath home. 4617 Ii 3 Br.2ath
15m St. or call 2-4647. $55 per furnished. Phone 376 3015 or stdve has elec. hot water heater. E. University Ave.i walking'
GR 5-5485. $45 per mo. Contact G. P. distance to Lake Forest I
We must sacrifice this The following are ready for
Wadsworth Hampton.
Schools. Price $12.500. S500
mo.EAST 5 rooms ft bath downtown area GUIDEby
SIDE refrig. ft stove. Adults. no pets 4 BR, 3 bath, jll NW 13th $t. down and $79.50 per month. IS -Our inventory is too occupancy.:
Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoyJr. : en much-We will take
water furn. $60 per mo. FR 2- $125 per mo.
GARDENAPARTMENTS 4421 or 3721633. 3 BR, 1 bath 1414 NE 9th St. S95 The James Co. Day FR 6-7290. nights FR $750 for our equity. 1442 NE 16th PI.
I 42 Farms If Acr.... 44 CottJies for Rant per mo. 6-5015. Office corner N. Main
I DELUXE gas appliances 2 and 3 wood BR air-cond.paneled,, Call McKinney Green. Inc. 23617. The James Co. of Galnlesvllle. and 23rd Blvd.EYES You assume $17.000 3 BR m bath S3iO down. I

: : FURNISHED. 1 BR cottage, all $57 per month upGainesville's spacious yard quiet; $110. Phone 2 Bedroom unfurnished house 307 Inc.:. Builders of Kings- Approximate mortgage. $?' per mo.
BEAUTIFUL rolling 2 to S acrestates. berry Homes this will Hurry to take advantageof
for area
electric tile shower good ventilation 376-0983 or 372-5400. S.E. 9th St. $55 month newly decorated
Choice of wooded or located on Santa f. Finest Inside. FR 6-2441, FR be happy to answer any questions RIGHT! I this. 2024 NE 16th Terr.
permanent pasture. 7 miles west TWO bedroom duplex, kit you might have concernIng
Lake. Phone FR 2-5451 or FR 2- Furnished or unfurnished chen 6-2930, Mr. Haynes.UNFURNISHED 3 BR 2 bath. $350 down. SIX &
of Gainesville. $400 per acre- equipped. $85 per month.See home ownership. You mightBe
1149. Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart See real dream living In Shadow
be the first to make your choice __ at 4166 NW 6th St. 3 bedroom house one of those people that NE perm .
St. Phone 376- 1115 St.
ment. 309 NE fth Lawn Estates. Models Open.F. 5th
Call or see United I Farm $50 month. Unfurnished 2 bed- now owns a home but found II
1 BEDROOM 960$
Agency 372-2q34. TRAILER. NO 47 Houses for Rent Furn. room house, $60 month. Furnished that It is now Inadequate If D. Oliver. Bldr. 3Br.2BathOur 3330 & 3320
PETS. FR 25633.ONE 2 Bedroom furnished garage apart duplex apt.. $90 month. FR this Is the case, a call to The Ph. FR 2-0866 i iI
I FOR SALE BY OWNER small acreage ment. Located 213 N.W. 2nd-Ave 2: BEDROOM duprex at 2016 S_E. 6-7466. James Co. cevld very well West .n NW J9tii Ave. past Loss Your Gain NW 30th Av..
with hard road frontage near bedroom turn cottage twin nue. Can be seen after 5 prn. 2nd Place. Corner 21st St. solve your problems. By this the Glen Springs intersection. 3 BR, t bath SiOO dn $77. =
House must
Mar... -. Phone 444-14A7. W. H. bed, water furnished, no pets. FR 4-3593. open. Call FR 6-4230. 3 BR, 1 bath 1421 NE 18th Avenue. we mean trading In your present See sign on left. inventory per mOo Ii
Maxwell. Hampton. Fla. 3037 S.W. Archer Rd.. FR 2-5433. $115 per Month. Call McKinney home. be lowered We will
'I 3 rooms, 2nd floor utilities fur. 3 BR, $75 per mo. ft 5 rm. $30. Green, Inc. FR 2-3617. toke $750 for our equi 4617 SE 1st PI.
nlshed. Couple no pets. 155. Located
.40 ACRES woodland with straamrunning LONGBOAR KEY Go Archer Rd. to Tobacco Barn. 3 BR house clean. Cook stove and There are a number of questions ty. You assume $13,600 4518 & 4608 Sf 2nd PI. Ii
at 727 E. Univ. Ave.
thru It. One half mile NEAR Bradenton, New air conditioned turn left over RR tracks. go to Water that we can answer con- g
from paved road. Good hunting beach cottage. Available FOR RENT one bedroom furnished 1st rd., turn left go V* mile. furnished.refrigerator.Auto OH circulator.water heater. i cerning trading. We feel that Quality Homes 98 (Approx.) mortgage 3 BR, 1 bath. $400 dn. S4I ii
and fishing $4500 Cash. weekly or monthly. For Information apartment near Univ. ft Alachua W. Hunt. S15 wk. $60 mo. 417 S. E. 4th St. by talking with us you can j Hurry! We must sell oer mo. E a
Tom U. Greene. Realtor. call FR 2-4151. General Hospital. $45 month. AIR CONDITIONED 1 BR house located pick a suitable floor plan and now! 303 SE 38th St.
V Contact D. L. Rogers.. Associate Available June 15th 102 NW 7th 413 NE 5th St. Adults 49 Rooms For Rent exterior design that will suit WESTVILLAN.W. 304 & 3 14 SE 39th St. I
Chief land Ftc. I St. Phone 3767955. I only $45 per mOo Call FR 2-6556. your needs. from our many 3 BR, 1 bath $400 dn. 144
45 ,Furnished Aprs. plans that we keep en hand. per mo. a
1 BR furnished apt. $55 per mo.
bedroom A call to the James Co. will I Norwood
V access 3236 NW 29th Ave.
BR furnished $60 cool
t 2 apt. per mo. noua for rent. LARGE clean. room.
Newly decorated.
'43 get all the facts about
Colored Property at 722 NE 3rd Ave. call 376-1943 Phone 466-3130. to shower ft refrigerator. Linens any 3 B R, 2 bath 1650 dn $tt
NICELY furnished convenient after 5:00. ft maid service weekly. FR 2. type financing any questionsyou & 37th St. I per mo.
downtown area. $75. Also garage 2 BR house for rent, $45 per mOo 1185 or 2-1981. 416 NE 2nd Ave. might have without anyobligations Hope
HOMES FOR SALE |1 ONE room furnished apartment _402 S. E. 17th St. on your part.
2 ft 3 Bedrooms, SE 14th St. & apt. air conditioned. $90. Adults $10 per week. One block from NICE. cool downstairs corner "H" Inc. 3301 & 3311
SE 7th Ave. Some no down pay only. no pets. Inquire Lillian'sMusic square. 12 N. W. 3rd Street. Ph. 1 BR HOUSE suitable for 1 person room close In, off street parkIng We have lots available In TERMSWALTER NW 30th Ave.
men?. Some small down pay Store. 374-7074. or couple. S50 per mo.. Hawthorne antenna furnished. 531 S.I:. most any section of town for M We Trade Homesor 4 BR, 2 bath. $600 dn, $.,.
men Monthly payment $57 ic Road. Phone 3724762. 2nd Place. FR 2-2582. you to choose from.
ON 301 In Waldo furnished cot. per mo.
NICECLEANIX4S' 1 bedroom I
$45. Also homes built on you Property
not for no' down payment. TRAILER. Lot 1-C. Archer RoadVillage. tage kitchen bedroom and bath. Jimmy Womeldurf and Gene
Phone FR 4-2849 after Sit week Includes utilities, etc.
Call TOMMY RIDGELL I Paramora have over 30 years 11BI1IIIIIIIUm RiRmml590800lOllmmnl! :
Builder Phone FR 2-41251 4. 4411104.I combined experience In the
Butler Bros. BuildersInvites construction of homes. By careful STUBBS, g ALL OUR HOMES ARE FOR RENT
supervision by Jim and I 98 OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY 124 SE 7th St.
Gene It wHI enable you as the INC. S SEEING ANYTIME I IP 3 BR. 1 Bath
-: homeowner to get more home YOU WILL JUST CALL. 1 Year Ltase, Sfi per Mo.G7 .
I SERVICESHome for your money and certainly "We $9 1123 S.E. 4th STREET
-, makes The James construe: Trade Houses" i! FR 6-5301 or FR 6-798 1IIJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIDlmlllllmn! !!!! ? llllllllltIIftJIIIIIII1DI !
: You ion to be beyond compare.
to By' building primarily the ..--- --- --- I
F- Ingsberry home we feel we
._ And Business have a great advantage and

Palm View Estates treat the purchaser opportunity to for pick: you design as

i and floor plans that are created WIN
Auto Gloss by some of the country's i THIS HOME

Plumbing leading architects.If .

AUTO GLASS Is our only bust- you desire complete Information I
ness. Immediate Installation SEWER INSTALLED call The James Co. and
free pickup ft delivery. Add NEW & used fixtures complete A new community of distinctive we will be happy to come to
beauty a. value to your car. plumbing service -"BIG" JIM homes in the fashionable your home and spend any
MAULOIN'S AUTO GLASS CO. HUGULEY Gainesville Plumbing mount of time necessary to V "" /t
32J N W. 4'h St. ftt 6-I5SI. FR 2-1589. Northwest. explain The James Co. system W7.V V 4 V V ,
V of home ownership.We .

BulldozingSMALL UpholsteryUPHOLSTER can secure FHA VA and
V Featuring : several different types ,of conventional .1t
bulldozer loader dump your furniture at financing.Let 1 1r.eVV
trucks: fill dirt. lime rock. TopsoiL reasonable prices. Call Salty. :
Phone Experienced. FR 6-9888.
FHA homes from us mention a few of .
BULLDOZERS a. Dragline. Backhoe the Homes that are either under V
a# construction or In the ;: .
wheel tractors motor Remodeling '.
grader. Free estimates. W. G. $16,000420,250 planning stage.6Bedroom. < +

room more room. roof work Down payments S40I.NVA
with over 2300 Sq. Ft. living
Concrete or maybe a complete new home? area. You must see this home
For a free estimate ft guaranteed to appreciate It. We will trade !
-CONCRETE finishing. Walks, work. phone Carl C. Loans Available on this one.2Bedroom.. V
drives patios, slabs and shuttle Waters, 3728049.CARPENTER .
board etc. expertly Vt bath with .
( *. Call 373-M84. anytime. desires work additions j t4VVea..* V ---r- V _. r w.a44et..4: V :"' V
hardwood floors located .
.. .. .... .,... Landscaping 2-4102. ft repairing. Phone FR well shaded lot. Small down-on : ., w:. r --:- .._..+... .:
payment. FHA.Construction .

., LANDSCAPE SERVICE Sowing Machine Repairs 3 & 4 BEDROOMPalm to start soon on
Grass-Sod-Garden Main-Nursery S V. A. 3-4-Bedrooms homes
stock of all kInds.CREVASSE'S CALL-SEWING MACHINE SER. In N.E. Gainesville. Call now and the TAPPAN appliances in it
VICE CO. 115 W. universityAve. .
NURSERY and make all color
Applionce Repair & I 374-1075. We repair all
Landscape Co. these will be brick veneer.
Air Conditioning FR 6-2514 for free estimate. MaltM Work fully guaranteed1 View Estatesis We have 4 lots on ::19th Ave. Chesterfield. Enter
: 100-XJ74' Pick a lot and house I Come out and see this luxurious new home-The

Mortgage Broker TELEVISIONPICTURE for and their plan to suit you. the Tappan Sweepstakes-first prize is $25,000 which Tappon will
planned professionol men
: A-l HANDYMAN SHOP TUBE Repair SpeciaL SIper Now under construction 3- of this home.
HA and conventional lowest deposit in a bank for you to apply towards purchase
First In air conditioning and Ap Inch plus $10 to Install most families. Bedroom 2 baths with 14X
pllartce repsu We sell guaranteed etc years.current Will rates.gladly discuss Terms to at no 25 tubes. 1 Year Warranty. Special Sq. Ft. floor area double carport Hundreds of other valuable prizes too. And nothing to buy. All you
washers refrigerators obligation. Call Reconditioned TV's from S9.9S on shaded 100x174' lot. Will
Eft 60247.Appraisal. W. KIRKPATRICK. Realtor THE VARIETY STORE FERNWOOD MODELS trade on this one. have to do is enter your name in the Tappan Sweepstakes when you
31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 34494 7 S.E. 1st Ave.
Seme 4 Technician's: with M years experience visit our model home.TAPPAN .
FRED B. ARNOLD on all makfi.
REALTORFHA from $12.250

FRED B. ARNOLD AND. CONVENTIONALLOANS Tires Alignment up Built-in appliances as featured on

.- REALTOR 1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 272-3522 Brake Service LOOK SUNSET

219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 272-3522 SV per cent Interest. Terms to VACATION SPECIALON
i I 25 years. famous nationally known Mohawk
I BUY BUILD REFINANCECall tire . Save vp to
Auto Equipment 50. on new tires. Set our new IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY Get full details and enter the Tappan Sweepstakes at our
Dan Byrd wrap around retread that gives For Mere InformatiMi
125 NW 13 St. Ph. FR 2-2511 more mileage ft V traction. LaHm 3 MODELS model home NE 31st Ave. inJIig111and
.r Tire Co. 6n N. Main St. Call on
!" GLADYS Smith Realtor. FHA
HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuilt Iexchanged and conventional
loans. Low
Repair kits toe i rates. Terms to 2S years. 1221 Tree Senric TheJames
walker Jacks. Factory authorized W. Univ. Ave. 372-5393. WRITE. WIRE. PHONE or VISIT
-Walker Hydraulic Jack .1 TREE SERVICE Court Manor
Agent. HULL BRAKE FORDYCE and Associates Inc. Pruning. demossing. bracing ft cableing .Co.Of
C SERVICE ft SUPPLY uw a.Mato Conventional and F.H.A. Ie ana. ft tree removal. Cavity .
C F* 2.1497 Cal 374.1134. Grace Fordyce. welt ft tree feeding. Lawn service the swim club community
( Realtor. Fordvca & Associates. and maintenance. Licensed Palm View Estates TtcrO'k:: Gainesville lac. T ;
Inc. 926 West University Avert ft Insured. Free estimates. Troy I Builder .f Kingston f

*. Thames 444-HM. Gaieesvllle.Fla.376-29<<1. Jack Hoover, HOMMOFFICE

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I WINDOW CLEANING 372-9545 day 376-9048 night 372.2527 by Kirkpatrick & Pierson
WANTED: Painting. Free es- NIGHTS & HOLIDAYS

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16 Gainesville Sun Friday June 5. 1964 .

77 Mobil Homes for Sale 84 AUTOMOBILE, REPAIRS 85 Automobiles for Sale
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CLASSIFICATION INDEX BELIEVE IT SPECIAL auto painting $2991. Automotive Mercury Monterey 195 4-door ....1' Z
OWNER. I x 44. 2 bedroom Knox dan. Air conditioned radio. heater -
< mobile home. Air conditioned. OR NOT & Sons repairs 732 and N.W. tuneuoMiller 1st St. white side walls. Exceptionally
ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE Carpeted. $1700. Town & Country Phone clean. Reasonable. FR 21313..
Save $600 10 x 46 2 BR furnished 372-0080.
1 la Me..riar Trailer Lodge. 3760693. After 5. 1224 E. Univ. Ave.
S3195. S35040
only down REASONS
2 Card ., TbaU SiWutN .. B.. $5409 per month. AIR CONDITIONING. Tune up BIG
Special $2.50 for performancetest. 43
S IA., II F..rd 7 a Tao
as Building Materials DEAL LOCALLY Over 50 models to choose from All makes and models.' 1963 Oldsmobile Jetfire hard
4 Pen.aaUse' lenleel
I Travel lal.naatlea 14 B.ue1i Gala Finance locally with bank rates TRAILER MARTHWY. Hawes Powers Motor Co.. Air top coupe air conditioned
.. fS A.U..es Service Satisfaction Conditioning Servicing Center. 4" speed transmission. Caris
Special N.U. 17 PHONE 328-1050
7 Flerbt. CUi Can W n TraiJac Hbe. F.r P..ta BaleS 23 yrs. In mobile homes business SUNDAYS 1 TO 6 2561.204 N. Main' SU Phone FR 2- parked on Univ. City WHY YOU SHOULD BUY YOUR
Baby Sittars
assures your protection. EAST PALATKA FLORIDAFOR Bonk parking lot. See Mr. .
e1 articles WutedTklage i
I Plat. T. G. Lad I
1'. Bee a Fa..1 OU a W.... BUTTSMOBILE SALE or rent. 1960 Great 85 Foster or Mr. Johnson at''I NEXT A-l USED CAR FROM
'I' Motu lI.rta. Ear. Lakes Mobile Home. Located on the bank.
II Camp Hrat Flak HOMES
AUTOMOTIVE private lot. Call 372.2403.SEE .
on Otfk R dpreatTI
'l' M.Alrplue De B..II lIale..e.tall ler Ial. 'n.lIuleal lIerell...... INC. us PLIES & MOBILE HOME IN-
BrooKwood Model: auto.. R 1. H.
'2. Sal.2s .
Traeka I. U1 N. at city limits across from SURANCE at the lowest rates. new tires extra clean," low mil
Tncke panted REAL ESTATE fOR SALE Gainesville Livestock Market I SPECIAL-roof coating U.SO/gal. age. Price 795. FR 6-0523. Used Cars ,
U Ttaeters t Truck .eat.1I
Town & Country Trailer Sales
12 TraUer Ite.tall 3860 SW Archer Rd. FR 22790 COMET '63. 2-<2r. sedan 0-cylinder. B&G MOTOR CO.
as M.teredea lk le..ten L.t.r Sale IT'S FOOLISHto stan. shift R. and H. WW tires. .
IS It A.Aet.m.bU.... UeI Repairs f.r lale IS B...,. F.'r Prepert.ales pay more. RECKLESS to 78 TRUCKS FOR SALE assume after 4 00 payments.PM. Ph. 372-2223- Cadillac Oldsmobile 1. QUALITY j

Ie Swap Carl U {. agee Far Sal. pay less. GET THE REAL 2001 NW 13th St.
11 Real Eatat. Ese.aareC FACTS. Payments low.. FORD pick up 56Va ton new CORVAIR Monza 43, equippedwith
Real Eslaa Wa.t.dIt $57.29 per month with S300 down.LAKE battery & starter, good rubber. radio heater white side -- -- -- -- -
EDUCATIONAL : 0.t .t T..a Pr.pert7 engine tired $300. Phone 372- wall tires. 8,000 actual miles.
SekaU ... IsetnetNa f' GENEVA 6226. Assume payments small equi GET
Beslsaa PreperUq ACQUAINTED
IS Mule. Dueag Mobile Homes Sales ty. Will consider older car for
Wute4- atn.u.. 41 aesl'eDUaI loan2S Rt. 100 SE Keystone Hts Fla. 19S9 CHEVROLET truck. 7 x 12. equity Call owner at 5721441.ext. SPECIAL
f1 Farms a Aerear. aluminum.insulated van body. I 33 8-5 weekdays. 2. REPUTATION
red Pr.perty R.ntab .1963 Titan M x 51. 2 BR trailer good rubber. booster brakes motor
EMPLOYMENT 3.f entered rrop.rty sues $150 down and take over pay A-1 shape. SHOO cash. Phone PONTIAC '55 excellent condition TRANSMISSIONS
11 W.rk Waate' Mal.IS ments of $67.61 per mo. Phone 4722048. automatic transmission. radio
W.rk Wanted Ferale RENTALS 454-1 loCO. and heater $225. Call 3721721. Overhaul $69.50plus

31 Sales Help Wasted SPECIAL 83 Motorcycles & Scooters
1J Belp-Mal. Feral.4 oil
Cottages F. Real = 104 x JOT Lot for mobile home GAINESVILLEAUTO
1J Hale Help Wasted f.S Faratalle' Apta.Dramatll $1500. 1 Mile S. off Paynes ALLSTATE 125 c.c. motorcycle. Includes Clutch Plates
,.,....... 3. PRICE
f. V. Apta. I Prairie For appointment call Excellent running cond. Call FR SALES
11 Fe..I. Belp Wasted f7 Hares fir Rest Frts.as FR 43052. 6-2625. Seals & Gaskets -
HII.I for Rest Val.... 1007 N. Main St. Hydromatic Powerflite.
NEW palm camping trailer. One 1962 ALLSTATE Cruisaire for sale.
FARMS b LIVESTOCK fI Ba a I.r Resie Ford-O-Matic !
: Ferm Eq.Ipmes' M H.tel Rams only 25 per cent off list. See John Sell as Is. Best offer takes. Call Phone FR 2-6313 Powerglide.

23 Feed a Fertilizer II Mill. Reaala2e Teter afternoons. Alachua.' 372-8238. Northcentral Florida's No Money Down NORTH CENTRAL FLORIDA'S' LOWEST .

Livestock a Supplies1A Wasted T. Rest LargestIndependent EASY TERMS '
21 lieD 51 Burden Wasted
Laabealec Tip
Unat.ck Waat.d $4 Esslsese Rentals
Cliev. 6 $134.50 exch. .

II Eutnas Opp.rteslUea 23 8pecla' SenleaaI
Muse t.Vwa 22 Here I.rn..e.t.II DODGEDARTDODGETRUCKS Free Pick up & Delivery '
M.rtgsgea 24 It.... a ry Sense 376-0040 63 FORD CALAXIE
61 Maeg Wasted 25 Apptiare. II Fusit.re 2045
SUPERIOR 4-door V8 radio i heater, power stee.ring. automatic .

-- --.---- POOLE-GABLE transmission, maroon and white . .

62 Machinery & Took 66 Misc .For S I-I 119 SE First Avt. REBUILDERS

f-OR sal. small Caterpillar bulldozer I 372-4343 2017 NE 27th Ave. '63 FORD GALAXIE i
a* blade. In good condI- NEW and used chain saws lawn' 2245 I

tion.time.Reasonable. Call 442-1780 any plants mowers cable.edgers.Wisconsin tampers,Briggs light 4-door, radio, heater power steering, air conditioning

& Stratton. new and used mo blue and white automatic transmission
ONE D-6 Bulldozer and equipmentalso tors. Rental sales and service HAWES-POWERS I t'
one Ford Tractor. all In Meyers Power Tools. 230 NE
good condition. Call MA-9-1571. 16th Ave. Phone 374-3411.
Mrs. Frank Cox. Rt. 2. Box 155. VOLKSWAGENSFully MOTOR CO.SMITIY 4- 62 FORD GALAXIE
Salt 5ps. Cltra, Fla BEAUTIFUL ctlorful mounted
sailfish. 42" By Al Pfteguer. : M395
Miami Fla. Only $165. The Tackle SEZ
64 Household Goods : 4-door V8 radio heater dark blue
Box. 1490 Hawthorne Rd. . . II

CLOSE OUT SALEOn Reconditioned like hotcakes. This I .
selling -- - -
T-A-G APPLIANCESTested Wallpaper. 98c a Roll The new 64's are selection I
and Guaranteed HARPER PAINT CO. 100% Parts & Labor Warranty means we now have an excellent I '62 FORD CONVERTIBLE
42 Refrigerators from $39 up 10 S.W. 7th St. 372-4364 used cars that have been
9 Ranges from $39 up Excellent Selection of late model M99S
17 Washers from $19 upI GOOD Hoover Upright cleaner in the '64's. If you're thinkingtraded V8, radio, heater, power steering automatic

2 Food-Freezers Dryers from from $49 S99 up up with FR]-5489.all attachments. $30. Phone about a better on used car check this selection transmission, light blue . . . . .. '

2 Dishwashers from $49 up GOLF set of 9 Jack Burke Irons. SEDANS <
10 TV Sets from $35 up by McGregor. 1 mo. old. Must today 500. Auto-
Galaxie '
419 NW 8th 've.PII. 3725303 Depot sell. Call Ave.SINGER 3722002.. See at (04 S. '63 Turquoise, Like new . . $1595 '64 FORD matic transmission power 62 CHEVROLET $1595

FULL SIZE crib. S9; General Electric FEATHERWEIGHT '62 Pearl White Radio. Whitewalls. 1395 conditioned. Radio 4-door V8, power steering power brakes radio -

310$. refrigerator. ,$60. Call 372- Good condition balance, sold 'new $149, '61 Turquoise, Looks & Runs Like New 1195 steering, air $3095 heater air conditioning, blue and white .

REPOSSESSED $68 or $7 per mo. '60 Arctic Blue, Radio, New Paint.. 1045 heater Mnk Y-S. "4-"doVrGolaVie 500. Automatic -

115 W. Univ. Ave. 374-1075 '57 Coral Red A fine second 695 '
HELPSAVE car 64 FORD transmission power 61 FORD

TRAINEESNew '57 Powder Blue, Sunroof. Clean .. 495 $ $1245

I've been transferred MY CREDIT of town. factory creates distributors lobs for ambitious expansion '55 Sky Blue. Excellent Condition 495 steering radio, heater.. . . 2795'MOmblE 4-door, radio and heater, red and white . j !

Credit dept. says responsible party young men. Age 20 fo 40. No Super Sports, 2-
can take
over pmts on my turn.
experience No
& appliance now in storage. Group offs. Rapid necessary.advancement with lay KARMANN GHIAS door hardtop. Automatic
consists ef nylon covered sofa bed top earnings. Start immediately 61 VOLKSWAGEN I
also matching chair 2 end tables & Call FR 4-7110 9 AM. thru transmission radio and[ heater $
matching cocktail table with mar ':45 AM. Friday only. Mr. '59 Black Convertible, White top 1195 V-8 : 1 04 S
proof tops. Bedroom suite dresser steering 3095 Convertible radio heater
Haney. .
power yellow . .
with mirror 61 Black Extra Clean 1395
tilting on chest Coupe. . . . .
full size bookcase bed, dinette set CAMPING TRAilER. 7 X I', new 3600 miles '
with foam padded chairs family tires sturdy frame In very flood ,Imp. 4.door hard-
size Noroe refrigerator with full condition. Will sell for reasonable CHEVROLET .
size freezer & crisper shelves on price 372- 07f. PORSCHE 63 top auto. trans- '61 FALCON <

door deluxe range Is also Included. BICYCLE. 2411 brand new. has radio heater, power

This Now only group originally sold for $969. Real been in buy storage at $ .made Call 3744002.In Eng. '62 White, With Red Interior 5/90 3595 mission . 2495 2-door, radio heater dark blue . . . S89 S

1510 W. Univ. Ave. Apt B. DlVVIUiniiTU F 'V, 4-door hardtop -

$263No WESTINGHOUSE clothes dryer. VW STATION WAGONS /63 PLYMOUTH auto transmission -
money down take over payments roll-away single bed. 2 chests I '
$225 wk ask for furnitureIn of drawers. girl's Chicago shoe conditioned.: Radio 60 FORD FAIRLANE
storage at roller skates size I. Cheap. '61 Excellent Condition 9-passenger 1395 $2795
500 51145 D
Phone *- 67* V-S 4-door automatic
NATIONALFURNITURE DUE '59 Runs & Looks Like New 995 power steering, V-ibO/4-door: automatic transmission heater
WAREHOUSE I have a Singer Zig Zag that '62 FALCON Wagon, 4dr., White with VALIANT power steering air conditioning, white fir gray. ,
3622 Beach Blvd. FL 92561 makes Fancy stitches automatically 763 trans- $ I i [
Black Interior Radio & Roof Rack 1495MillerBrown 795
Open daily 9-9. Sat.6. Sun 12< sews on buttons. makes
Jax. Fla.. Delivery assured anywhere buttonholes. darns weaves, monograms mission radio. Real sharp > '/ .Jf '60 COMET
etc. Take ,
up paymentsof V-200. t -

66 Mist .For Sale. balance.S740 per Call month.FR 22051.Very small 63 VALIANT Radio: ; 795fltfTlf rj 4-door, heater automatic transmission ted. and S995

Modern maple. S Dr. Chest Dbl .. ... ... .'. . . 3 white . . . . . ..-r.. .' I.F. .
Dresser. plate Mirror, B.C.- Bed. ,
anteed. Can deliver I I $57.SO. Complete 7t.t5 V-) ,- -dor. radio,' .: :::: : :

Refrigerator service In your Mattresses & Coil Springs 4 00 up 62 VALIANT heater, ? '60 PONTIAC A_.."" .
home. No service charge on re Gold color wing chair 5.00 1295

pairs. Wanted refrigerators and COX WAREHOUSE 602 S. Main clean' ... . 4-door, radio, heater automatic transmission S1345 .
needing repair. FR 21330.
Drop leaf round maple table. Early 1030 E. UNVERSITYFR 4."door Wagon, radio

ALL Double CHANNEL stack complete.T. V. antenna Nothing American style upholstered coffee table chair.kneehole Colonial '62 TEMPEST and $ power steering bronze . . . . .

else desk. Marble top table. 1395
to buy. $15. Brants. 2-3582
513 N.W. Sth Avenue. small oak secretary lamps. other heater . . '
items. Nearly-Nu Furniture Shop. auto- 59 MERCURY
Chairs low as $8. No money 62 4..door. hardtop, power brakes power steering t945'
down" low as $5 per month. air conditioner. 1 ton. tran$1495
Free estimates pickup and delivery 110 volts. SA5; crib & Kantwet radio heater 1 air conditioning. radio, heater, automatic trans-

service. All work guaran mattress $20; oak office desk. RIDGWAY MOTOR CO. mission' mission, white and blue . . '
teed. Phone 37477S4.CONTEMPORARY. SI 5. 37 -2136. ML1 4-door 707. Automatic ..,. .i.

living LANvClV transmission radio,
70 Boatt Marint Equip. 0 ,
room suite: 2 foam rubber lounges. 63 VW 63 RAMBLER $ '59 CHEVY 1 ," ,
2 glass-topped three tier heater power steering. 1 145

end tables table,glass-topped multiplex BARGAIN1960 family cruiser. Karman Ghia. factory air ft.sso.. 4 door sedan, automatic Clean . . . 4-door" station wagon.dio.; heaterr automatic S6 95
corner formica-topped cocktail transmission radio heater air
191 Glasspar 75 hp Evln r u d e. ditioning radio. heater whitewalls < Real $

weekends table.376-2348.$150. After 5pm. or Tandem Priced for trailer.quick Cost sale JU9S.".000 Want orig like new. conditioned. Extra nice. '61 FALCON JiT': 895IL transmission brown ... .. . '{..1 ::. : .

4 Modem: walnut finished chairs. larger boat. Call 4722213. 2195 2095 New- Yorker ,4'door .
contour molded. Good for diningor
desk use. Cost $14 ea, sell NEW Fishing Boats painted and CHRYSLER '58 OLDS
ready to go. I'" Anniversary hardtop, power
for $7. Also 30 National
water heater. Electric good con 15 day sale. June 1st to lith. 63 CORVAIR brakes air conditioned $ Station wagon power steering .radio. heater S645
10 ft. S24.95. 12 ft. $39.95. t yearsIn Falrlane! 500. automatic transmission steering, power 095
dition. $15 3723481. same location. Turn East at 2 door automatic transmission. radio & heater. radio heater. Like new automatic transmission power brakes, air conditioning -

SOLID Maple' spindle dbl. bed. post office. 5 blks. Frank Dickerson. heater. tan . . .
with nearly new mattress & dbl. Orange Lake Marine Boat $1895 .' . . . .
dresser with mirror. $50. 2602 Works. highway 441. P. O. Box $1695 61 CORVAIR TRUCKRadio
NE 11th St. Ph. 376-1424. 721 Orange Lake. Fla. '

TRADE your costly to operate 14' Pan American Boat. fiberglass. 62 RAMBLERAmbassador 62 FORD heater $1 095 57 FORD
ELECTRIC water heater and 40 HP motor and trailer. Florida .
$48 for a new glasslined GAS Camping Trailer fully equipped. automatic trans Galaxie 500. 4 door hardtop Nice 4.door. VS radio heater
white and
water heater. Much more hot Route 1. Keystone Heights. Box mission radio. heater power automatic transmission radio. door tan . S1951 I ')
water at about half the cost with 461. GR 5-2535. steering power brakes wide heater power steering. 60 METROPOLITAN t ,.
II CorrectCraft boat 135 h.p. bucket seats. Extra nice.
ARCHER ROAD. FR 4-5110. Gray Marine Engine & trailer., Special. 1695 Radio heater. $395. '
DIAMOND RING one carat flawless Total price $750 cash. Phone 55 FORD
with platinum fishtail mount. 3720245. 1995 Nice . ., . . . . ..
Ing. Appraisal value $1500. will Dickerson's Boat Works. new plywood 61 FALCON Impala, 4-door, 2.-door, Victoria, radio, heater, automatic trans'j!
sell aprox. for half price. Call

Gus McGrlff. at 376-3830 between repairing.boats Reasonable boat painting prices.and 61 PONTIAC 760 CHEVROLET automatic trans- mission, tan and white . . . . .
4 8. 8 Station automatic transmission
pm.ROSE'S wagon
Next to Varnon's Discount Houseon Bonnevllle station wagon automatic radio. heater. Nice. mission, radio heater air $
1 295
Lawn Mower Service. I 411. Orange Lake. Fla. transmission radio. heat
am back at old stand. 514 W. conditioning .
10 ft. aluminum' fishing boat with er. power steering power
University Ave. I buy. sell- and 7Vfc' h.p. motor and 1-man loader brakes. Beautiful car. $095 /Lf\ 2-door radio
trade. 1st class repairs. as al
I cartop carrier. 372-4172 see at FORD air
OU and heater $
ways. 2111 NW 13th St. $18'95 895SMITTY'S I

LARGE Sale Monday ':30 A.M. to .' Hydro-plane. 15 h.p. motor,' and conditioned. Real nice . . I
6:00 PM Youth bed. bric-a-brac. trailer. All for $150. Boat &
ladies' and men's better cloth trailer only $80 Phone FR 2.1290, 61 FALCON 61 RAMBLER SUPER SPECIALSI
ing. (ewelry. household goods.
rvgs. many useful items. Please 73 Musical Merchandise 2 door heater. Station wagon automatic transmission 4-door Wagon!
come to rear entrance 2010 N. W. radio and neater. Extra CHEVROLET power steering
32nd Ter. (off N. W. 34th St. and $845 nice.
Seth Ave). WURLITZER radio, heater, automatic transmission $| OAC

THE best cost less. Every pot you America's No. I piano and 61 FIAT air conditioned. Nice At eVrt J
Earls -
own Is automatic with Fultgas. organs are at Piano Co. 1195 ,
Burner with a brain. Your Phil- Gainesville's evclush/e Wurtitzer Extra nice. / 4-door, automatic
gas Dist. 37 -5392. Dealer. 702 W. University \ FORD
Ave. Phone 372.2222 OU transmission radio b
$80 8 x 10 tent screen on four $495 60 BUICK $995 LJL _
sides. Ideal for backyard picnics. PRACTICE PIANO SALE and heater air cond. . . C4IWARRAS
$40. Stove S. tank with 20 gals' Upright pianos some as is some L.door hardtop.
kerosene $S If you take all factory rebuilt priced from $25 60 CHEVY Elect. automatic transmission PLYMOUTH
Phone 3729725 between 517. and up. Grldley Music Co. Station wagon f passenger radio. heater power.utom.tic 60 automatic i
Gainesville Shopping Center. FR r.dio.steering.. power brakes. Sharp.
3 SPEED Hassock type circulating 25353. transmission transmission radio
heater and power steering. $795
fan. 21" Sytvanla console
TV. mahogany cabinet. Both USED Clarinet. Bundy. Good beginners 1495 and heater . . .
Items perfect. Phone FR 4-554 Instrument. Price $45. *1295 2.door
after 4 PJUU Call 3741349. Fury SHAW
ONE Hotpoint chest type deepfreeze ELECTRIC Harmony guitar. 3 pickup hardtop power
one 40" by 7* custom-built very good condition, case 60 RAMBLER I transmission
bookcase with adjustable shelves. and cord included; (80. Phone 4 door sedan with heater. Nice 60 RAMBLER j steering automatic $845

one V width roll away bed. 322-4119. car. Radio and heater. . . . .
C. M. Caddell. 1045 N.E. 4th St. TRUCK LOAD very fine factory Station wagon radio
Phone 372-0115. rebuilt pianos. FULLY GUAR 895 and heater. / 4-door, power steering,

PORT-A-CRIB. $17-50. Phone 376- ANTEED. LILLIAN'S MUSIC 58 BUICK power brakes
STORE. 112 SE First St. Ph. $495
FR 4-S931 60 FALCON 995 Radio and heater. V-8. . . .
$200 wedding gown selling for $60.
Full length satin. Size 12. Call 4 door with heater. 2-Door d$145
372-0300.Fran at Blanch's Beauty Salon Automotive 750 59 DESOTO 53 PLYMOUTH Runs

THE proven carpet cteftner Blue 77 Mobil. Homes for $al. Automatic transmission, radio
Lustre U easy on the budget. Restores heater power steering power 753 CHEVROLET a*., :
forgotten colors. Rent 59 Volkswagen brakes &. air conditioning. 1 $145 .

electric Shampooer $1. McDaniellFurn. ) WYATT Radio t. heater. owner. Nice59 Runs real good . . . . :
Co. \:\
$895 '

GIRL'S transmission ENGLISH lights.BIKE and. 3 speed rack. Trailer SalesHome 895 55 CHEVROLET 2door. $125 : .

One year old. and In perfect BUICK .,
condition. $29. Phone 3722735. of 59 PLYMOUTH '56 CHEVROLET '" -
Automatic transmission. radio. 2-door. $
AM-FM radio Pacemaker Mobile Homes '
SILVERTONE stereo 9 passenger radio, beater i
heater. &
power steering.
console. $150. Also Motorola port- Shasta end AIrstream Power Pack. 245 : 'YOUR FORD i
Phone 3761567. Travel TrailersOcaa'a V-8. Runs Good, . FRIENDLY
able T.V. $40. 795 895
First MobIle Horn ..
Zig Za 9 Dealer Sine 1'4i .- DEALER SINCE 1924"t
stitches applique 1923 Silver Spring Blvd.
buttonhoies. monograms etc Phone 429-135S HawesPowersMotor -:
Only $$47.20 payments **-S4 per Ocala Fla. NO DOWN PAYMENT 238
mo. (15 W. Univ. FR -1C75.
furniture for sal beds.
chests lamps, etc. Also camping USED MOBILE HOMES 59 Rembler.$38 58 Ford . . .$32 C W. UNIVERSITY AVE.

Teter trailer In and AlachuaREFINISHED equipment. See John Too dollar paid. phone 316-OSTt. 57 Sttidetuker . IS 56 Ford SW .. .... 15 Co. .

oak slant-front desk WE& have have made Installed additional sewer new system large 56 Ford .. .. .. 21 57 Ford SW . .23 0PEN'TIL 9. -,K' _

oak dresser and wash stand. spaces which are available now 57 StvfeUkcr SW 21 59 Rembler AM SW. 34 {
large empire mahogany' buffet. at Nook Trailer CU SEE: J. L. Smith. Frank Grey. Wilbur Sligk Phone
Shady 3101
sectional sofa. Wood drop leaf. SW 34Ui St. 37 -7S5t. 56 R.I .., .. .' 23 56 Cfccry . .. 29 Mac McCIIII.ttthPtJ.outhV.liontChryslerlperi.J.S.ce
table and 4-chair Lamps. Antique .
Brie.A-Brae. Other household NOW SHOWING 372-0503'
Items. Nearty-Nu Furniture 1944 MOBILE HOMES MotorCo. Sales end Service _
Shoo. 314 N.W. Ills' Avenue. FR 2 and 3 bedrooms. all Floor RIDGWAY MWa will not be undersold or ovt-ecI.cI .c .f 7
4-4W2. Plans. Terms tailored to meet a
your budget. Drive a little and
1 TWIN bed. box springs & met .
save a lot at 312 N. MAIN ST.
rest, foam rubber mattress. $40. CONNOLLYMobile {"f '

T.V Call antennas.27-3I6A.$4 single stack $8 X Mile North Home en Sales U. a.Inc.441 1132 S. MAIN ST FR 2-8433 FR .6-3<400.do' --_..... ., t ; :r,2". .... ,"...

double stack. $1495 complete kit. Mom 42M144
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85 Aitemobilet for Salt 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE 85 Automobiles for Sale -
S6. SWAP CARS 87 Automobiles Wanter -
U6J A Is ate motor scooter, lake ,
BUYhJG.TO: ILA Sr RAMBLE. W5, 2 door station 162 'VW excellent condition load up payments at the 1st Nan, '
wagon .whit .car top"carrier. ed with-extras. Call 3735151. after Bank. Phone 3729980. WILL trade 1957 Oldsmobile U In CARS WANTED 1950-S4 Fords
Extra dean. A-1 Mechanically 5:30 P.M. weekdays. excellent condition, with prem. & Chevrolets. AI Herndon ,
.FJT YOUR $490.. Phone 376-4381 1962 CORVAIR Morua convertible. 'I
61 .Trlpmph TR-4. whit*. S2300 or 4- speed trans., white walls ium tires for Jeep In like con- Station, f6 SE 4th St. VACATION
61'CORVAIR, coupe. at ......' (995U best offer, private 417 NE 6th 23.000 miles. $1750. Will trade. ditlon. Phone 2441 Cedar Key.
BUDGET AT COMET .................. SU95 Ave. 4-4009.
61 RENAULT ................ S49S. 1961 VW, sedan extra clean. White
63 RENAULT ................. S795 FOR SALE 1964 Chevelle SS con wall tires. $1050. Will take trade.
64 FIAT 400 mL ............ 99I vertible. 220 V-a 4-speed white 64009.
61 FORD Galaxte .......... S1.4M walls. Equity and assume pay-
MELTONOTORS FR ments. Cad FR 6-Z1M after 7p.m. 1963 VW sedan sunroof less than
Phone 3733407 or J-W4S.
1.000 miles showroom condition

tHUNDERBIRD 'St loaded. Including EXTRA crean, 'cars, tU to S5 S. 90 $1459. Will trade. .... Yes! It's True! '
"air-cond. White cleanest In day 50-30 guarantee. No dawn 1957 Metropolitan new tires new FUN
'the State- of ,-Fla. Phone FR. payrrenf small weekly or monthly two-tone paint lotHike new S2U.Will
:J22H payments. HH Motors. 1636 trade. 6-4009.
MGA 1951 Top condition like SE 3rd Ave. Phone 3723749. 5$ Olds 83 tudor Holiday Coupe NO FLIM-FLAM
new Interior. Call FR 2.3056 after good condition. $400. Harry E. t
7:30 PM.tV 53 FORD. V-4 green. 2 dr. $150. Stroud. FR 294721 SW
On Our Newly Perfect for high school boy. Car Archer Rd.
CORVAIR, Monza.' red and has been In family since new.
white,' clean white wall, .radio Mileage 67,300. Call 376-6916 or 62 Ford Falcon 4 dr., deluxe NO GIMMICKS .
? Paved Used stick shift. Must sell, SSOO..Alto see at Flavet III" 214 R. nothing down. assume payments. K.
'49 Ford. body engine like new. Phone 2761567.
57 FORD. 2 dr. Fairtane, T b I r d
1 owner. low mileage $150. FR 2- Fordoma- '61 BUICK convertible, excellent
V-i radio 4V heater.
Car .Lots 0280. 510 S.E. 4th Ave. tic good tires. 15)1 NW 4th Ave., condition, all power, phone 6- New 1964 CMC Pickups
CLEAN 41 Che*. Impala Sports Apt. F. 3721384. 6481. See '15 S.W. 3rd Ave.
Coupfe'radlo, b*.1. wtkit' sidewalls
r. ,
.FOR SALE 1957 Dodge 2 dr. ht 54 Ford Immaculate new engine
power steering auto- trans. ps pb, r & h, auto. trans., 1960 paint & Interior. Must be seen
Ph. FR2394' Falcon, 4 dr., stand trans. 22 to be appreciated. $495. .Phone $175 DOWN
60 CORVAIRi clean excellent condition mpg. ev3., excellent r u nnlng FR 64721.
4 dr.' euto. trans. W25. car. Write Box 501 Keystone s.rq lot
Phone m.S625.E.o.M. He'ghts for prompt reply.

Convertible. 341 with I I I Per Month
p MERCURY /door sed floor shift new leather interior rii '-
an. Power steering, power These are hard to find. $750. Ph.1 1
brakes, power seats, air 3726226.
'Conditioning, yellow with FOR SALE. 1948 Plymouth radio. Including: License tag, state tales tax, life
white raps SALE heater, good condition $125. Call
: $1595 376-1587. 3995 insurance, and finance ch rges. 'y l

'62 FORD
Sunllner convertible. V-J Crutsematlc FOR THE CORRECT
Tropical Pontiac
transmission. Radio
neater, white wall tires, power TIME At
steering power Crakes! 1-own
er. Like new. FR2.1411Courtesy HAWESPOWERSBODY CMC Truck Center
<61< Ch.noletNomad Sta- $1995 Of SHOP 302 NW 8th Ave. FR 2-2583
tion '.wagon.,power steerIng '60 VOLKSWAGEN University ChevroletN. 611 S.W. 3rd St.
brakes, radio Convertible. Very good condi
power tion. Was $105. Main St. at 16th Are. FR 2-0538
heater, air i conditioned,
solid'red, white top. $895

$1895 '60 METROPOLITAN jfjt
Convertible radio heater,
white wall tires, brand new
top. Good rubber. R 1S _
=a a +s
61 Corvalr Monza coupe $545

4-speed. radio, heater, 59 OLDSMOBILE
light.blue. *$. 4-door hardtop, full power

.. $1695 Including air.$1095 \

4-door, Town sedan V... automatic C .
radio, heater, red and
white. 1-owner. Like new con

'60 FORD sr,<
Vt Ton pick up. s
61 RAMBLER 4 door ste- $895 P
"tlon wagon Radio heater,
,automatic transmission 55 FORD F t t
solid green. J/4 ton. Flat bed pick up. 64 COMET 63 PEUGOT 59 BUICK

$995 57$595 FORD Convertible Model 404 W/Sun roof Radio Convertible BEGINS WITH A

Mi ton Fleet side. 4-speed trans Heater bucket uats
mission. with Air. vinyl irm,

$595 $2 950 $1995 1295

radio & heater
60 Bulck 4-door Station $245
Wagon, power steering,
power brakes, radio heater 1961 CHEVROLET 4 door power 1960 MERCURY 4 door sedan 1962 FALCON 2 door standard
artic white with green Good Transportation Cars steering radio heater automatic power steering power brakes ratransmission white a very clean
Interior. To Choose From. transmission beautiful red V-8 dio heater clean . $1095 car . . ... . $1195 AIR
$1395 NO DOWN PAYMENT 1961 FORD Golaxie 4 door
1960 OLDSMOBILE 4 door hard1959 BUICK Electro 4 door hard- power
brakes beautiful
RaulersonMotors top power steering, power brakes top radio heater best buy in town steering white air power .
60'Bitick 4-door Sedan, radio heater air conditioning at . . . . $995 conditioning $1495
power ,steering; power $1495 1961 COMET 4 door standard
brakes, power windows, 1963 ENGLISH FORD Anglia 1963 OLDSMOBILE 4 door, autotransmission radio heater economy
factory air, turquoise with 1611 HAWTHORNEROAD $995 matic transmission Air $2995 with class .. . . $1095 FORD2O49
whit top.

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59 Buick 2-door hardtop, r

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radio heater, automatic DOWN
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$795 soon all be located at this new location, 2001 N.W. 13th St. (U.S. 441)) ;

63 CADILLAC Sedan De Ville. Factory air. One owner. 60 CADILLAC Hard top sedan. Solid white.
57 Buick convertible. automatic In factory warranty. Beautiful condition. Power steering . . . . . *GALAXIES
transmission power 64 CROWN I IMPERIAL hardtop sedan. Factory air cond.
steering, power brakes 60 CADILLAC Fleetwood. Factory air. Loaded $
with Fully equipped. Silver turq., white leather interior. r
radio\ Interior.heater green with extras. The best! . . . . 2595J1595 FAIRLANES i'
preen 63 CHEVROLET Imp. sed. Low mileage. In5factory
$595. warranty. Econ. 6, auto trans : 60 OLDS 98 htop sedan. Factory air.

63 CHEVY 2'Nova sedan. Auto. trans. Very $1 QQC Full power. . .'. . . . . MUSTANGSBUY S

57 Hyiowtk 4-door Se- sharp. In factory warranty. . 4. . /YX 60 CHEVROLET !Imp. sed. V-8.. PS. Test drive S
don, automatic transmission 63 FALCON Station Radio tr heater. 1395S795
::radio, heater. wagon. $17OC this if you want an exceptionally nice car. .
, $350 Clean. Light tan. . . . . . I / V3 60 COMET 2 door sedan. Standard shift.

62. CADILLAC Sedan. Factory air. Fully equipped. Radio fir heater. . . . . YOUR
Cadillac quality and prestige at tremendous 60 RENAULT sedan.
57 DWf 2-door hardtop. savings. . . 200
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Runs OK
"' $195 . . . . . . .
62 OLDS Super 88 sedan. Factory air. Power *2495 59 CADILLAC Sedan De Ville. Fact air. Full Air Conditioned FORD Now!
steering. White with interior. 1995
.. light green power. 325 HP. Smooth quiet quality. ?
5C OM 2-door hordt P.- 61._ CADILLAC Convertible. Factory air. Fully 2995 59 OLDS 88 htop sedan. Power steering and $

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61 OLDS 88 htop sedan. Power. One owner. $| OAF 59 BUICK Le Sabre"htcp 'coupe. $ IT COSTS LESS AT

55 OUs 4-door sedarv Like new interior. . . . . . I 0 7 D Air conditioned. .? .. . ... . . 1195
$250 61 OLDS 98 Holiday sports sedan. Factory air. S1| AA'C

Full power. White with burgandy interior. I 7/D 59 CHEVROLET Impala htop sedan. V-8 . $995
61 FORD sedan. V-8. Radio i heater, auto trans. 59 CHRYSLER New Yorker htop coupe. FORD TOWNS
A nice car :. . . . . .: Factory air. . . . .? . . 1095
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18 Gainesville Sun Friday June 5. 1964 .

Primary Via TV Proved, Contest -
All's SetOfExMarried'sFilm -
:: Harmony on DINING & : ,

ENTERTAINMENT Of Men More Gripping Than Gadgets

OiawsuiUtltau1J&1I1t N'tm'1J'rk mittttl1 from, the CBS projections fell tion with recourse to the subjunctive of an election. After days of

HOLLYWOOD (AP) The 'not easily stirred. Both refuseto By JACK GOULD I to 50.8 for Senator Goldwaterand I mood might be called being led down wrong paths by
sign on the movie stage door recognize the fuss. pollster journalism.No pollsters andpundits there is.
49.2 for Governor Rocke-
seemed ominous: "Welcome- "A job is a job," reasoned I NEW YORK The National an element of sweet revenge In.
proceed at your own risk." Stanwyck, ever the pro. New Venture for Boone: I Broadcasting Company took the feller, a swing of only one per doubt NBC, which throughout having just a few hours in

Inside on the set of "The I Both rose immediately when I honors in covering the California cent. But the extreme narrowness the evening was fully competitive which only cold facts and, fig.
with CBS while
Night Walker," everything the buzzer sounded notice that HawaiiBy Republican primary by not of the margin was com ures need be considered.If .
I Production in economical i
looked cozy enough. His and the camera crew was ready. having a beat 'on Sen. BarryS. pletely obscured by the network's pursued a more ; -
the and took Governor course will be accused of the computers go uncheck
her dressing rooms were side They hurried to set Goldwater's'victory' over
by side, his in shades of royal their positions in a chapel BOB THOMASAP in the islands. He has an ambitious Rockefeller. The net- earlier spectacular declaration snatching virtue from defeat. ed and the pollsters can pick
that the race was over. Perhaps so. But for the viewer districts with such unerring
blue and hers in moss green. scene. Movie-Television Writer plan in mind. work's decision to resist the industry's sample
HOLLYWOOD (AP) It's who neither cares nor can meas- accuracy, sooner or laUer
Nearby Barbara Stanwyckand The scene called for MissStanwyck "I think I've learned the competitive pressuresand When NBC did both its initial
for Richard production ure the fierce intra-industry there is bound to arise a
seatedI goodbye Hollywood, wait for the figures was
Robert Taylor were newly widowed to
side of business testing and then heard.from its
our warfare the man point of Tues- of millions of per
Boone. why
in amply warranted by Tuesdaynight's question
hen to each other engaged the
express concern pretty well-I'd be pretty stu- full quota of 198 sample districts day lies in a different direction. sons should vote for a' president -
have close
di The race.
moving pulled
with vans
friendly dreams that
family lawyer, over "
pid if I hadn't he said. "I
rector William Castle. seemed close to reality. The rehearsal 1 up before his westside home, want to establish, a film studioin The Columbia Broadcasting according to network officials There is something reward- when a chosen samplingof
]his have been and the results were the same ing and perhaps a little im 1,980 heads of households can
"How old when was letterperfect, but cars shipped, out to be ,
were you you Hawaii with the purpose of System turned roughly had
made 'Camille'-30?" Castle inquired she wasn't satisfied. 1 next Monday he shifts to producing features and television right, to be sure, in its dec- in each instance, roughly 50.5 portant to a democracy in do the job. Tuesday ,night The gadgets
of Taylor. "It's too pat,'* she complained J his new residence on the islandof series and providing a base laration of the Goldwater vic for Senator Goldwater and 49.5 following the returns for one'sself t its magnificent solace less: interesting

"No, I was 25,'' the actor re to Castle. "I played it j Oahu, Hawaii for other movie companies that tory at 9:22: p.m. (EST), only for Governor Rockefeller, alsoa and not having omnipresent all,'!\ than on CBS the were human race on
plied."I very bad. As a matter of fact, After 14 years as a Hollywood come to Hawaii for locations. 22 minutes after the polls had i 1 per cent difference. experts and machines take '

was the one who was 30!" it stunk." .actor including service in three "The idea would be to build closed in Los Angeles and.38 When the diference betweentwo the interest and excitement out NBC.

said Stanwyck, and all laughed She rehearsed it once more, j television series, Boone is mov- two sound stages-one for shoot minutes before they closed in candidates falls within a I
heartily. finally striking the spark of i ing his wife and 10-year-old son ing and one where sets wouldbe San Francisco and Northern I -
normal margin of error for research "PILLOW" 1:10-7:10
That is the tone of things on' spontaniety she was seeking.The I to the islands. That doesn't prepared plus an office California, the acknowledged it is ENDS mE

the set where Bob and Barbara makeup crew moved in I mean he's relegating himselfto complex. It would have to ben (\strongholds of Rocke- hard to challenge and projections the wisdom of SAT "PETTY" 2:505:008:50OPERMONPEniCQAf: :

are making their third film together for final touches on the famous I a life of ease among the Oahu because of transporta feller strength.But NBC in choosing to be careful

the first since their 1951 pair. Miss Stanwyck's silver'palms and pineapples. tion. Also, the film lab is there, the effect of the CBS dec rather than early. A whisker is If
divorce. She has remained sin hair was coaxed into place. "I am not capable of retie and the four television stations laration, not only in its computer not a landslide.If .
gle, he married German actress Taylor ran a comb through his :ing," he explained. "I'm merely can provide tape and other fa- projection but in the self-

Ursula Thiess. locks, still widow's-peaked and ]( shifting my base of operations cilities. satisfied demeanor of its staff, the point needed affirmation -I ORS! G RANT t 5

Their previous costarringswere luxuriant. The players hit their to a place that is only 4} "The studio would be a boon was essentially misleading.What it came in a hilarious if i

"His Brother's Wife" and marks and the scene began.' J hours away from Hollywood by for film locations. It would give was represented as a inadvertent slip by Harris, who|I I s AL

"This Is My Affair," both be- "Cut print it!" announced jet. I expect to be here often, companies cover sets to use in quick and easy victory for Sen- on CBS said at one point: "]f'\;

fore their 1939 marriage. Their Castle when it was over. He ':if producers call me, and I hope case of bad weather; within ator Goldwater turned out to bea Senator Goldwater wins...." To'i
reunion has caused a consider- sighed to a bystander, "This is they do." two hours they could be shoot- squeaker and to write the follow a coast-to-coast declara-

able stir in Hollywood, which is how movies should be made." He also hopes to be workingThat's ing indoors. Time lost by weather contest off before it had startedwas

can be murder on a bud- to miss the essential dramaof

get. the California. election. Ban Magazines "", lNlMaSCOpAUNIVERSAL E
which waited until COOR !*** .COU3K
Happened to Happy ]) Slates .12:51 to declare for Goldwater, In Philippines _Ite-Release_ BHHBBn__
river n and the American Broadcasting Coming "My Nome Is Iron" "America America"TONIGHT

which declared MANILA (AP-The Philip-
Comnany, at

Films of Years Past? Swap Session 11:10, better caught the tensionof pine Postoffice has banned the I- -- -- ---
Family the proceedings in the current issue of Time magazinefrom
For WeekendThe process performed what may the mails because it carries ,I e '

By BOSLEY CROWTHER by sentiment alone) find it hardto subject that it should only-amus prove to be a more lasting pub- a reproduction of Goya's AND SATURDAY
Gainesville Drive-In The- lic service. They took the panic famous painting "The Naked'I 1.1 SHOWTIME 7:30
frni Hark Cimru understand why films and anyone old enough to dig and NlN lnll NM OtMN
fashions that were favored 20 that should include everybodyover atre has announced the begin- out of TV journalism.The Maja." I. ....aa.............................. ... .. ....... ...
NEW YORK What has hap :years ago aren't favored now. I 12 in this. day and .age. ning of a 'swap'n shop' policy CBS declaration, basedon Acting Postmaster General II METRO-GOLDYYYN-MAYER tntm*A EUTERPE '

pened to the kind of movies we It is hard to deny such protestors I "I can't say as much for the l'til every Sunday afternoon from both the polling computer services calculationsand of Louis painting Belarmino is Navarro considered said obscene that the I ftWherethe BDYS ARe"di

used to 20 30 the meager comfort of current "What to Go p.m.
see or years ago a Way ,
Harris, was based on 2 cent under the postal law. Time pub METROCOLOK
The idea originated in the per to OiwnwScocw "nt tfJ
their ire, and it is almost impossible which is a foolish and elabor-
the happy romances, I Kansas City area several years of the total vote in excess of 2 lished the reproduction in con h:" '
and distasteful to ate : :
musicals could take proveto try at satire on the subject million, the returns coming nection with the showing of the '
you and is believed to be the I -
them that they are not right. I of the painfulness of ago : 9f- ; .1. : _:.:!:
the whole family to see without first held in Florida. from 18 districts_that were partof painting at the New York ": .. .
But the commerce and cultural wealth.On .
fear of being bored or embar- I The purpose is to give everyone a sampling profile of. the World's Fair. 2nd Feature
circumstances in the movie business I
rassed by a lot of symbolism, : in the past few the other hand "Tom the opportunity: to sell, whole state. The returns gave meet 5,000 Bi 'niS.N

sadism and sex? have soberly demonstrated years that Jones" has a truthfulness and trade or swap any item theyno I 53 per cent of the vote to the .10,000Biceps.... .................................
natural mirth about it that longer need or want. "Trad Senator and 47 to Governor If you can't think of any other -
That question or questionson there is risk, if not grave Rockefeller, a comfortable mar- flatter tell I : FRANKIE AVAION ANNETTE FUNICELLO l
elevate the spirits and wash ers" may bring items to the theatre way to a man, STARRING
that order have been addressed peril, in sentimental films. And the spirits and wash the*mind, Sunday afternoon, and fo>< I gin of 6 percentage points. him he's the kind who can't: I
to this department frequently -there is solid and formidable Later however when all 42 '
of all nasty or prurient inter- a nominal fee will be provided be flattered. (Danville, Va.,
readers. And the an- evidence that the not so "nice" I districts heard :
by ests that its matter might seem with space to set up shop. sample were Commercial Appeal). I COLOR
swer we've been forced to give films often sell. to agitate. Visitors and buyers will be AMERICAN INTEKNATIONAt IN

them, with mingled feelings of admitted free. A local LUNCH .. .. 65c up
To be sure, this is not a Furthermore what intelligent radio One Full Pound SWINGING 3rd Feature 1
regret and relief, is that filmsof station will broadcast from the DINNER ... .. 8Se up
critics reason far acceptingthe would want to lodge
person a
the sort they remember with validity of the change that determined complaint against drive in market and special KC Sirloin 5 ALFORD'STOWER I "PLAY IT COOL'Bobby
such affection aren't stylish any has been notable in the prizes will be awarded duringthe "rl I
general some of the stronger recent pictures HOUSE .1
more. Times have changed. characteristics and qualities of no matter how unpleasantthey afternoon. Steak $195! &.. UNIVERSITY Vee Helen- Shopim.. Billy" .. Fury.-
Some people (and I could be 210 E. ,I <
films in the past decade. It have been? Such films as An Intruder "I
them, if I were moved
among does not reconcile one's moral Joseph Losey's "The Servant"or I I

moral standards and it certainly John Frankenheimer's "Seven .,
does not satisfy esthetic Days in May" or Ingenar j '" 2 Color Action Hits!
taste to realize that the pre- Bergman's "The Silence" are Allentown School District holdsa Doors Open 7:00 Show ot 7:45
dominance of not so nice filmsis harsh and relentless films exposing tournament
based primarily on boxoffice human conditions that ev- ..'VE.'N THEATRE SEE BOTH LATE AS 9:45
III for third
Building ery year graders 1 1st Area Showing
success. are not cheering to contem- gives a girl's wrist watch to the .2 H.'IIMJ.II.2tJ. PbwefR -son CHILDRE NUNDER, 12 BEE
But that's the case and we I plate. But they are honest and winner.
have to live with it so long as forceful dramas to
HollywoodHOLLYWOOD stimulating The watch had to be ex
the public responds as it doesto I the mind, at least. They shapeup changed this year. There were bold brave men

(AP) The the sort of films with whichit as notable examples of what Norbert Brantley, 9, was the \ Shown Twice. First & Last

view from C. E. Toberman's of- is tempted. Nor need the adult entertainment should be. winner.FLORIDA'S. at Fort Delivery. And there ,
outraged and resentful despair.In .
fice window affords a vista of
the Paramount Theater, the the first place, not all were women who
recent movies have been drearyand
Masonic Grauman's
Chinese Theater and the Roosevelt salacious. At least a few leafekoom.NCING if*
made them forget
Hotel. He can gaze at the that have been recommendableto ,
structures with satisfaction. He an adult have been romantic, s

built them.If decent and droll. "The Worldof for the moment
Henry Orient" is a frisky but DINIX T
his office faced east, he '
innocent film, salted with
sexy ,
would be able to see other landmarks situations but certainly fit for f, fis. r that they weresurrounded

for which he was respon- the modern family trade. i

sible. At 84, he speaks with firm "From on all
voice and certainty..* Russia with Love" is University Inn COCKTAILS*
loaded with outrageous exag- -' V wPk

"This may sound egotistical," gerations of sex, but it is sucha 372442Ml /M uouiipkaJu.it nujhitu sides by Chief

he tells a visitor, "but I think] clear spoof of the hackneyed S.W 13th Sr.

:you will find it is true: that 1
War Eagle
have done more than any other /

man to build Hollywood as it is
today." INTRODUCING OWN his revenge-mad
I ''
lT" /*
He enumerates what he has WOODY WOODBURY
I armies!
built: the Egyptian as well as AMERICA'S NEWEST Apache
the Chinese Theater; the fIrst] COMEDY DISCOVERY

big apartment house, the Gar-: %

den Court; the first department \ : \ j ttr:? ;
store; a host of buildings along ,. '
the boulevard; a studio, box add .. ., Dzsz.NPWi

factory and storage building; Here Como ach.dohesest .
numerous subdivisions; etc.,
etc. He also helped found Hollywood g ?
ofpimpler WI
Bowl and the Pilgrimage picture
theY**" _
Toberman's office is in the i

new 12-story building of First

Federal Savings, which he built >(
from assets of $1,100 to $90 mil-

lion.He. : Ouj

came to Los Angeles in
fc 4 Tn r
? ; _:
1902 from his native Texas and e t >
worked for the Santa Fe Rail-

road seven days a week at $7!

a month. Homesickness sent \ rta -
him back to Texas, but a < '

drought returned him here. He

lived in Hollywood and took the

trolley to work downtown. It TECHNICOLORTHT1IUHE
was a rickety ride that made
him seasick every day, and he -

decided to find work closer to i. :i'/

home. ..;;M"""

He dropped into a real estate 1 2

shack on the boulevard-then SUamrPlESHEnE SIN
Prospect Avenue, unpaved and '
rutted. "Need "
a partner? he
tor. harried-looking real } I TINA LOUISE BOB "MAYNARD" DENVER 2nd ACTION HIT AT 9:45

no, the man.
"But I'll sell you the whole business -, i SURF'S UPEVERYBODY GAINESVILLE. FIRST 11p1.MiRiill
for $100." SWAP N SHOP U R8U LA

Toberman made a deal for the ;I See Sun's Sunday Edition For Full Details IKIIII 11IIII1

business, including shack and owsesmiVClOiteU0lpoccTasao trin .mt-
furniture; $10 down and the rest
ter. I [!LDjkrcu 1CCU)1t ProMWAJUfBteROS.

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