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Gainesville sun
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Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
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87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
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Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
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By CHARLES STAFFORD given unqualified support to the By F. T. MACFEELY 1 as well as large things," High
Associated Press Writer civil rights bill. Associated Press Writer
COCOA (AP) Haydon JACKSONVILLE (AP-Rob-) repeated his charge that
And he
Burns told voters in the Cape questioned where the ert King High pledged Saturday Burns' campaign literature lied
Kennedy area Saturday that, Miamian got the money to pay 2n night that he will put away his when it said Burns was bornin
for two statewide television
under the proposed civil rights lawyer's shingle if he is elected Louisville, Ky. High Produced
bill, the government could withhold hookups, on which High invited governor. High once again challenged a birth certificate a few
Burns to meet him and
funds for future develop- his rival, Haydon Burns, days ago showing Burns was
ment of the missile test center. High reported that the television to reveal his business clients born in Chicago, Ill.

Speaking before about 500 persons programs would cost $12,- i alt and all sources of income. High arrived in Jacksonvilleon
in a Cocoa ball park, the 000. High issued his challenge overa a chartered plane only a
Jacksonville mayor said the six-station television hookupthat short time before the program
I proposed bill provides for the Burns began the morning in originated in Burns' home started and headed back to Miami
withholding of federal funds Daytona Beach, following a town of Jacksonville.The immediately afterw a r d.
from any state that fails to flight from Fort Myers. He motored program also was carried There he faces another hookupTV
fully implement the legislation.This to DeLand for an appear- on TV stations at Miami, program tonight.
would mean federal ance in front of the Volusia Tampa, Fort Myers, Orlando Earlier, High said the cost of
funds for highway construction, County courthouse. Then he flewto It'll Look Like Tills and West Palm Beach. High two statewide television pro.
old age assistance, airports Cocoa for a ballpark rally. said he understood that he had grams in the closing days of

i and hospitals, among ot'her "The challenge on next Tuesday Shown above is an artist's conception of a million dollar six-story hotel, restaurantand an audience of one and a half his campaign is modest com-
things, Burns said. will be complacency vs. cocktail lounge complex on which construction is now beginning at the cornerof million people. pared to his opponent's heavySee
"Even the work on the Cape NAACP bloc voting," Burns West Univ. Ave. and 13th St. Charley Liberman, general contractor for the Win- Although High bought the ( HIGH on Page 2A) '
could be withheld by the Attorney told supporters.He green Co., Inc., said the company's business manager is currently booking "small time, he invited Burns to appear
General," Burns said. conventions" for the establishment, which will open for business in 1965. It is called with him. Burns declined. Backers
I He added, "This is our money said 90 per cent of the the Ramada Inn, and will be similar to one the company has operating in Cocoa Beach. After opening with a folksy High
they would withhold." Negro vote in each county went Among its facilities will be a swimming pool, meeting rooms for civic clubs and underground Interview with High's 75-year-
't Burns also campaigned hard "blindly for a man they had parking.ExU.S.. old father, Lester High, of Chat Say Signs BeingTorn

:.. against the NAACP and his opponent never seen, a man they didn't tanooga, Tenn., the program
Robert King High of know, who didn't put out any switched to the Miami mayor. Down
Miami. platform, just because someonein 6 Others High called on Burns, who
The Jacksonville mayor said the NAACP told them, 'Thisis Diplomat, has said he is a business con Supporters of gubernatorial
I High, Mayor of Miami, is "the what you should do'," he sultant in addition to his $21,000- candidate Robert King High
7 NAACP candidate' and had !f a-year job as Mayor of Jacksonville complained twice to police Fri-
said.He Crash Mexican Hillside to tell the people exactly day about their campaign post-
I called the civil rights leg-" on who he works for, what they ers being torn down.
islation "a federal power grab. pay him and what he does for Mrs. Marshall Jones, 3955 SW
LBJ Ike the 3rd Ave., said she saw an unidentified -
"Through the years we have CIUDAD VICTORIA, MexicoAP Ciudad Victoria. He said the money.
laughed, as we paid our incometax ( ) Former New Orleans .. bodies would be flown to Corpus Picturing his campaign as person tearing down a
that we had Uncle Sam fora setting a new mood in Florida High poster in the 1200 blockof
mayor and U.S. diplomat de- Christi, Tex, Saturday night
partner," Burns said. "But I Lessups S. Morrison, his youngson I T TF and then on to the Navy Air. politics, High said, "People are W. Univ. Ave. and replacingit
SharePlatform sick and with banner for
don't think conceivedthat tired of politics as a campaign
we ever and five other persons were Station at New Orleans.
usual and are going to respond Mayor Haydon Burns.H. .
there be
might day
one killed instantly when their char-
Beall estimated the
family at the D. Kimmel, 3915 SW 2nd
that would make the overwhelmingly polls
legislation tered two engine plane crashedin
that the C-54 carrying the bodies
Ave. said four large signs dis.
Tuesday. ,
government a personnel dense fog Friday.The .
would reach New Orleans
early "When seeks be from the southeast
director comptroller and a man to appeared
,general of busi- bodies were picked up in Sunday.The governor of this state, he should corner of W. Univ. Ave. and
manager every mountain cornfield
ness in the na tion..' a Saturday official said planes from tell the truth about small things 13th St. between 4 and 6 p.m.
by. a rescue .squad sent to the the crash reported wreckage
Urges Closeness Burns said the bill would destroy scene 27 miles from Ciudad scattered across the mountain.He .
the constitutional Victoria after a Mexican of- said no pieces larger than
guaran- SE Asia TensesAs
With Red Europe tee of trial by jury. ficial flying overhead identifiedthe three feet in diameter were
wrecked plane.A found.
LEXINGTON, Va. (AP) ,Bruns pledged to "use every spokesman said the bodies Morrison was defeated in the
President Johnson, joining for- legal process at hand to pre- were taken to the civil hospital Democratic runoff primary by
mer President Dwight D. Eisenhower vent further inroads by the fed- in Ciudad Victoria. He said the John McKeithen who was inaugurated Laos BattlesVIENTIANE

in honoring the memory eral government into the rightsof bodies were mangled and un as Louisiana governor
of Gen. George C. Marshall, business and the private citi- recognizable.Also this month. Since January Mor-
I called Saturday for new efforts zens of the State of Florida." aboard the plane in addi- rison has been traveling between Laos (AP-A Vietnamese government force
\ to forge closer ties with Com Burns said he had debated tion to Morrison, a 52-year-old MORRISONwas Louisiana and Latin Communist led army main- approached.In .
fJ munist-controlled Eastern Eu High four times and each time widower, and his 7-year-old son America as head of a commis- tained pressure on battered neu- Phnom Penh, Prince SI-
4 rope. High ignored the program's for- Randy, was socialite divorcee married to Charleston, sion to drum up trade. tralist troops in the north-cen hanouk, Cambodia's chief of
'., Johnson and Eisenhower mat to "lash out in vicious per Mrs. Carolyn Cataldo Vander- W. Va. businessman James He was mayor of New Orleansfor tral highlands of Laos Saturdayand state, has denied his nation
shared a sun-bathed platform at sonal attacks." grift, and her 7-year-old son Vandergrift. Since a divorce 15 years before resigning in the neutralists' commanderGen. shelters the Communists and
five years ago she has maintained Le, said their situation
Kong accused South Viet Nam and
Virginia Military Institute tot He received a telegram from Christopher. 1961 to serve as the late Presi- "
; in
dedicate the $600,000-Marshall High yesterday, he said, inviting Morrison and Mrs. Vander- homes Washington, dent Kennedy's ambassador to "is very bad. the United States of aggressionfor
D.C. and Golden Beach Fla.
Research Library. him to join him on two state- grift were engaged to be married the OAS. Kong Le made a flying trip to attacks on Cambodian bor-
wide television hookups for de her family said. They had Col. Arthur: Beall of the Air- Morrison's wife the former this administrative capital from der villages in pursuit opera-
The white stone building bate. been going together for several Sea Rescue Headquarters, Kansas Corinne Waterman, died in 1959. his temporary command post at tions.
houses the papers and memen- "I don't have the money to years but planned to wait and City, notified the Morrison Besides Randy, Morrison had Ban Na, about 100 miles north Seeking an international conference
tos of Marshall, the VMI grad buy two statewide television announce the date after he ran family at New Orleans that the two other children, deLessepsJr. east of Vientiane, for emergency to assure Cambodia'sneutrality
I who was Army chief of staff in programs," Burns said. "I think for governor, according to her bodies had been removed from ., 20, a student at LSU and conferences with Premier and territorial integrity
t World War II and both secre- the people will want to ask him brother. the wreckage and taken to Corinne Anne, 16. Prince Souvanna Phouma and Sihanouk wrote British
tary of state and secretary of 'How did you get the money Others were pilot Hugh Wardof two rightist generals.The Foreign Secretary Richard A.
defense in the
postwar years. after the legal period for receiving Brownsville, Tex., Ovide J. I U. S.-trained paratrooper, Butler that the Cambodian government
Johnson keyed his address be- contributions passed, Cemac, a Houma, La., businessman normally dapper in uniform ar- may have to take other
fore an audience of 10,000 to and where is this 'poor boy' and Riley Pellegrin of HOW TO WIN rived in civilian clothes blue measures. He did not specify
Marshall's original proposalthat campaign when you can affordto Montegut, La., an employe of a trousers, a blue cap and sports what measures he had in mind.In .
the "Marshall Plan" for the buy two statewide TV net- towing firm owned by Cemac. shirt. He was unshaven and Thailand, fears of Com-

reconstruction of Europe be applied works like this on the eve of Mrs. Vandergrift, 35, originally 1,100 SURE VOTESLEXINGTON looked tired. munist infiltration ignited by
to both sides of the Iron the election from Martinsville, W. Va., S Results of the ebb and flow of the Red military drive in Laos
Curtain an idea rejected by tension were evident also in appeared somewhat abated.
the Communists.The ,___t.__.._ __ ., ., Va. (AP) President Johnson stepped to neighboring nations of Southeast Prime Minister Thanom Kittki-
the microphone on the speakers stand at Virginia Military
President said the United Asia.A chaorn returned to BangkokSee
Institute Saturday and promptly endeared himself to the
States works to carry on Mar company of 152 military ( LAOS on Page 2A)
shall's vision of a single European 1,100-member cadet corps. policemen arrived in Saigon by
civilization.He He requested a general amnesty for all cadet transgres- air from Ft. Chaffee, Ark., to
said this country will "con. sions of the past few months, including confinement, penalty provide additional security for All-Florida
tinue to build bridges across the tours and demerits. Americans in the face of increasing
gulf which has divided us from "My position in the VMI chain of command is not clearly Communist terrorismin
Eastern Europe." And he said established at this point," Johnson told the cadet corps that capital of South Viet DiscontinuesAll
these will be "bridges ,of increased and an audience of about 10OOQ. Nam.
trade, of ideas, of visi- y He spoke at the dedication of the Gen. George C. Marshall President Nguyen Khanh's Florida Magazine In its

tors and of humanitarian aid." Library. government produced three present form will be discontinued
Eisenhower who served under ..gF1 "But I am asking Gov. Harrison to ask and direct Gen. Communist Viet Cong prisonersat next Sunday by its

Marshall as Allied commanderin George R. E. Shell (VMI superintendent) to grant a gen- a Saigon news conference to printers, the Perry Printing
Europe during the war, said eral amnesty and forgive them their demerits," ,the Presi- back up its charge that the Red Company. The Sun will con-
the Marshall papers collected dent said. neutralist Cam-
guerrillas use tinue to carry TV listings
here "will tell future generationswhat VMI sources said President Johnson's would
request apply bodia as a sanctuary.All daily and Sunday on the comic
those of us who were privi to about 50 cadets under'disciplinary orders and would said their units were under page. The TV log coverageby
leged to serve with him have save three from probable expulsion. instructions to flee into the Sun has been expanded
long known here was truly a
Cambodia whenever a superior 50 per cent.
great man.
Former President Harry S.
Truman had planned to be present
but stayed home in Missourion Cloture Still
doctor's orders. General of Ahead: I
the Army Omar Bradley read a
Truman tribute to Marshall as .
"one of the outstanding men of 117 nn..14.unU&Vn A OTTTXTTWXTATftV J lUl A U sc!ose U, ere are: &UUIauuu.tthey IAMM:
the 20th century." Associated Press poll indicated may have to persuade some

Saturday Senate leaders still Power to End Filibuster opponents of cutting off debateto
1 V have an uphill fight to muster atwothirds stay away when the roll is
majority to force an called if the move is to succeed.
WHERE early halt to a Southern filibuster Lies With Western Votes Under the cloture rule, each

g. 41&tJ against the civil rights bilL senator's speaking time on the
The balance of power lies with bill and all amendments wouldbe
TOFINDIT 17 senators, mostly from the limited to one hour once it
Good Luck Rub Midwest and Rocky Mountainarea 27 senators 25 Democrats and raster cloture rule to a civil were put into effect.

Area 1SA who gave qualified or non- two Republicans, Sens. John G. ights: bill. As time has gone on since the
Classified 10B-15B An old tradition at Gainesville gets dusted off every committal answers. Tower of Texas and Barry Gold- But after 62 days of Senate battle began March 9, leadersof
Comics -. HA time exams roll around. Students say it brings luck The poll showed 56 senators- water,of Arizona. debate! on the Housepassedneasure both parties have become
Markets 13A if you rub the nose on the bronze plaque of J. Addison 28 Democrats and 18 Republicans The opposing line-up includes now up for action, leaders convinced that cloture is essen-
Movies 1 5A Pound just outside the GIIS auditorium named in honorof prepared to vote fordebatelimiting Florida's Senators Spessard L. are hopeful they can line up tial if the bill is to get throughthe
Opinion Page . 4A Pound. Polishing up for next week's finals are Pam cloture early in Holland and George A. SmathI he I required two-thirds majoriy. Senate.In .
Obituaries . 3A Rainey and Bruce Baber, both seniors. Pam and Bruce June if a leadershipsponsoredpackage } 1: This will take 67 votes if all hopes of winning over the \
Sports 1B-7B personify the 882 hopeful Alachua County high school of amendments is generally ersNever in its history, despite 3 LOO senators vote. required two-thirds majority, ;
., candidates for diplomas between June 310. (Sun.Photo. agreed on by then. numerous attempts, has the Sen- While the leaders may have they have worked out a package s !

-,,- by Tommy Lewis). Lined up in opposition were tate voted to apply its anti-fill- i some commitments not publicly... ',(See CLOTURE oa Pile ZA) :-

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I I _'-'1 (.-'The. .',Issues., ,. .. :;- : Iiti7. ? Rights Taxes; Big: Money'l/ '. : J,;,J

*,. ..Associated Press, ..Wrjjer.JACKSONVILLE1 .. Burns Associated Press Writer Robert

t '{APJ .Haydo" ".Barns.:! > is nniig.hardagainst : ; Hay don. MIAMI (AP) "Are there any Jacksonville policemenin Higherature
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"the NAACP candidate/ -' ', the crowd?"

Never a speech goes by without Burns! calling his oppon
ent, Mayor Robert King High of Miami, the endorsed candi- : < When Robert King High begins his talk with this question, <
date of the National .Association for Advancementiof Col- as he usually does, it produces a laugh.It i

ored People. us and 'say, 'We are afraid. We cannot be independent in loosened up many an audience when he finally got his says he was born in Louisville High produced a birth t

for. fear of, what will to us or to our families' certificate photostat placing the event in Chicago. J
High, who promises' to push for a 1.25 minimum wage, expression happen economy campaign for governor into the far sections of

has attempted to reverse the label, to show that Burns ourted ." Florida where he was unknown and out of his home townof High had his pet joke for public talks. As he told it, the f'

J 1 and accepted support.from the NAACP. .. Burns, 15-year mayor of Jacksonville, has also carried "the Miami where he is mayor. president of Honduras presented him a watch because he admired

The issue has become the hottest. in their sometimes bit- Jacksonville story" to the ,voters, citing the city's progress it. A custom of his country, the visitor told High. '
It had to
$ terly personal campaign for the Democratic nomination for under his administration. Here are his stands on other issues: There wasn't enough money to travel freely. Then High's wife, Faith, entered the room and the presidentof

I governor,which ends at the polls on Tuesday. Taxes "There are 40,000 new residents coming to Florida conserved for the final surge. Honduras remarked on her beauty."I .

A St. Petersburg barmaid, who said she was for Burns every month. is impossible to provide services for them Nor was there a well-knit state organization. Time was gave him back his watch," High said amid hearty

reflected that part of the campaign in this exchange last under the present tax structure." He says a time out is short as well as money. High -didn't decide to become a laughter.His .

week: needed in which to study and revamp the state's hodge-podge candidate until late last year and he started working in question, "Are there any Jacksonville policemen in

"If you vote for High, you might get $1.25 an hour," she financial structure.He earnest in January. the crowd?" not only got a laugh, it aslo called attentionto

was told. favors removal of the states Intangible! tax"it is unfair Most successful campaigns to elect a governor are carefully the "Burns blitzers," a campaign organization including

"Yeah," she said, "but I'd be out of a job because they and undemocratic because people are taxed each year on planned years ahead. High's campaign was hit-and-miss. many city employes, traveling around passing out Burns lit

would have to have a 'Jig' (Negro) on at. least one of the mcney they have earned 30 or 40 years ago"-and the inven- Schedules changed from hour to hour. Transportation, air erature and bumper stickers.
two shifts." tory tax. The latter says Burns, prevents merchants from
and land, was always a problem.
High attacked Burns at turn.
Burns had covered the civil rights issue that very night in building up the sizeable inventories that would result in savings every
i a rally at a St. Petersburg ball park. for consumers.He Money was scarce because High would accept no contribution "Hiding Burns" and "Hidin' Haydon" were the names High

le, Under the fair employment section of the pending civil rights has pledged to use his best efforts to find revenue to over $250 and said he would make no commitments to used after Burns quit their joint debates last Sunday.

si bill, Burns said, "the Justice Depatment would tell every employer substitute for the auto license tax increase, and to urge any donation. "He's a big man. What's he afraid of?" High asked. ,

tJ f how many members of each race to employ and at the Legislature to roll back the increase. "The overriding issue is morality, Integrity and decencyin Burns is 6-foot-2; High is Moot 6. J

what wage." New, taxes would not be immediately necessary, Burns says. government; and I swear to you I have made no promisesto Negro support for High became an issue as soon as it was 1

"The bill," he said, "would make Uncle Sam the personnel They could be avoided, he adds, though. a realignment of special interests," High said.A certain High pulled a big surprise and ran second in the

b. director, controller and general manager of every business intit state services. new mood in Florida government, he calls it. If he May 5 primary. ,
Education this. says Burns is the most important problem "
country. wins it will face Florida Burns immediately dubbed High "the NAACP candidate.
certainly put a new on politics.
bi The legislation threatens the free enterprise system, he said, facing the state. At present, he says, the real estate or ad J
Never in modern lima has a man spent so little and become In an effort to throw off this label, High billed Burns with 1
w and would deny an employer trial by jury. valorem tax provides the only income and there is a 20 mill
governor. surprise charges in their debates. lie said a Fort Lauder-
S "I know Mr. High is not a Negro," said Burns. "You know limitation on this. "I propose that we should reassign and redistribute
Mr. High is not a Negro. But I think you would like to a part of the sales tax so that a part of that collected He dares to be different. Miami taxes have been reduced dale Negro doctor gave $500 to Burns' campaign and that

i know what he promised the radical Negro leaders in order to locally would be returned to the 'counties.for, educa- each of the past three years and savings have been considerS an invitation to the Blitzers' birthday party for Burns was 4]

d i get the NAACP endorsement for the first time in the history tion." able by competitive bidding on city insurance and shoppingfor sent to the state NAACP president. .

1 of the State of Florida that they have ever endorsed a Roads "Bums is a builder and Burns will be a highway interest rates on deposits. High's platform is for:

z J white man." builder during the next six years," says Burns. He says he High seldom fails to tell an audience about these things.He A $1.25 minimum wage j

1; "The bloc vote that surprised the entire state in the first would concentrate on Florida's share of the interstate system, Economy, a severance tax on minerals and timber

primary when 90 per cent of them turned cut in every county since it costs the state only 10 cents on the dollar. has a knack of quickly getting his audience in tune Reapportionment as the key to reforms
J many ,
of the state, they will have to be out in even larger Industrial development "We must make turselves more at- with him.

numbers next Tuesday," he said. tractive to industry and new payrolls." This can be done, Burns In joint appearances with Haydon Burns and before general No sales tax on food or medicine.He .

Next morning Burns, who had earlier charged that "a sinister says, by improving the education-including higher education audiences, the response showed that he impressed them with is deadly serious about those things. But aboard the

force" was influencing the editorial policy of several system, and through the repeal of the inventory and his buoyant personality and quick wit. 1912 vintage DC3 he chartered. High was often the life of the

newspapers that endorsed High, identified the force. intangibles taxes. Jobs, he says, are the key to juvenile delinquency party. He joked with reporters, lay down in the aisle for
"The NAACP has put the mark on every member of their and race problems. "Those hands that are busily "I was born in Flat Creek, Tenn., he announced" to a naps between cities, sang songs and showed his tax and net

race who would show resistance" he said. "It is the mark and gainfully employed are hands that are not throwing bricksor crowd with a smile. "I really was born there. worth forms which he said any governor or candidate shoulddo.

.. _of a traitor. Respected, educated, able Negro leaders. come toI gasoline bombs," says Burns.Goldwater. This was reference to the fact that Burns' campaign lit- -
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t Racial Cases

Trial in JuneTwo Clean Calif. FightLOS Iligh.F"rom From Page 1

Page!: 1 Get Action
prisoners charged with in Florida State Prison.Elmo -- ,
ANGELES AP-Sen.) ters. And he said that a victoryin of amendments with Atty. Gen.
attempted escape from the Ala. Williams James Smith spending and they were boughtat campaign treasury prior to
Barry Goldwater pledged Satur- California by Rockefeller JACKSONVILLE (APU.S.) Robert F. Kennedy.The .
chua County jail pleaded not and Frederick Ingram assault a sacrifice. I Thursday," High said.
District Court
day to wage a clean campaignin "would certainly be a big Bryan
'with intent to commit I
Coun. robbery
Alachua ,
guilty Friday at amendments to
ordered the key sections -
California-win lose draw. boost. The Simpson Saturday
30-minute shows
investi-- or one Thursday was the last day, .
"Plea guilty pre-scntence
ty's first criminal scheduledfor ,Day"and gation ordered. He also offered a revised appraisal Of his own position, Goldwa last night over six stations and for accepting campaign con cases of 53 Negro racial demonstrators of the bill prohibiting discrimination -

the .triaLThurman pair were of his chances of cinch ter said he expects "a real one tonight over four stations- tributions before Tuesday's runoff remanded to St. Augustine in employment and
Stanley Gerald Derryberry, ing the Republican presidential tough go" in California. Even if together cost about $12,000, Democratic primary. authorities following a sev- in public accommodations, are ,

Dallas Metcalf and 'breaking and entering with Intent nomination. may be about 50 delegates shortof High told a news conference. en-hour hearing. '
designed give more emphasis
H. Brooks were charged to commit a misdemeanor, a first-ballot nomination at High said his campaign or-
Wayne Goldwater told a news confer. San Francisco. High invited his rival, Hay- ganization had to sacrifice Simpson's ruling bars any arrests to state laws and to conciliation
of their metal guilty, pre-sentence investigation .
after portions
there have been efforts or court action until June
don Burns, to with hand and oth-
and appear newspaper efforts In these fields.
cell door were found sawed. ; breaking en- :to turn California into "a political 4 to allow defense counsel timeto
blades ,discovered terjng :with intent to commit expressed disappointmentwhen er spending to allot the money I.
Two hacksaw were: .
seek" and that Burns refused. for TV. a stay.Simpson's Finishing touches still remain,
hidden in thefr'com. a felony, charges withdrawn. --@bituatit
i friends and advisers have urged 5 "This expense wouldn't have order quashed a but the leaders plan to introduce
Isiah I I
cell. Presley, aggravated assault "This insert he
mon him to make direct eight-page
a attack
been if Mr. Burns writ of habeas issued
necessary corpus the of mendments
nOr trial set June ,
gUilty, 1
Burns has in
: At the time, Metcalf was against smears, "hate" litera- DR. C. V. NOBLE had kept his commitments to ( ) Sunday news- May 11 in Orlando by Federal 'I
Si- soon and then to file a cloture
cost than I'
ture and more
4 misrepresentations."Even with papers my
charged with breakingand"entering appear me on public serv- Judge Albert Reeves. I
Wilson's DepartmentStore Harvey R. Fisher, breakingand more odorous attacks, Graveside services will be ice time donated by TV stations whole first primary campaign," Reeves had ordered the dem- petition early next month in an ,

violation entering with intent to we are told, will come," Gold. held Tuesday at 11 a.m. at the ," High said. High said. effort to force action.
and with parole I onstrators released from St.John's
commit a felony not guilty,
from North Carolina. Metcalf ,water said. Ithaca City Cemetery in Ithaca, After four joint debates, He referred to a color insert County jail May 11 after J

had been recaptured, shortly trixi"set James June McCray 3. Jr., uttering I But he said he will continue N.Y., for Dr. C. V. Noble a Burns last Sunday canceled TV which he said is being distributed their bonds were estreated when In southern Maryland, thieves
retired of Florida
to seek at the
after escaping from the Flor.t a forgery, charges withdrawn. i support grass appearances with High, sched- with Sunday newspapers -they failed to show up for trial recently neatly sawed and removed -
Dean who died here Thursday.
roots, adding that "I trust completely uled for and the Its
today at state.
ida State Road Prison Camp Monday throughout in county court May 5. from
Alongo Lee Gibson, Willie Funeral services held 17 walnut trees a
t near Orange Heights.' Henry Nowell. Charlie West the standards of fair were no cost to the candidates.Last cost, High said, would run higher The 53 had not appeared because private woodland.
for Noble.
here Dr.
play and the common sense and yesterday
I night's involveda than the $97,000 High spent
j program their defense counsel believed .
Phillips breaking and enter I I
I The men were scheduled for common decency of the peoplein He was 78. hookup of WJXT, Jackson. before the May 5 first primary.A their cases were post-
June Circuit Judge ing with intent to commit a California." I Gainesville Sun
trial I by
E. M. SLAUGHTER SR. one tonight over four stations flying trip across North poned under a federal stay in
i \t J. C. Adkins Jr., who also misdemeanor, charges against When questioned later, the ville; WTVJ, Miami; WTVT, Florida Friday improved High's the cases of 283 other demon- : Published evenings except
presided over the Friday arraignment continued, Nowell and Arizona senator exempted New Funeral services will be held Tampa; WINK, Fort Myers; outlook, he told newsmen. strators, including Mrs. Malcolm I 1 Saturday and Sunday morn-

of all other persons Phillips, plead guJHy. pre-sent. York Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller today at 3 p.m. in the Jennings WDBO. Orlando, and WEAT, "I'm convinced that in North Peabody, mother of Massachusetts ings by the Gainesville Publishing
charged with having commit'ted ence investigation ordered. from portions of his state- Lake Advent Church for ErnestM. I Company ,t J 101 SE
I West Palm Beach. Florida information was circulated Gov. Endicott Peabody.St. 2nd Place. Gainesville. Florida.
major crimes not punish Louis William Anderson, handling !-ment. He and Rockefeller are Slaughter Sr., 71. Tonight, High will be on at about me that was mis Johns County and the Stateof I- *id entered *s second class!

able by death. and fondling a child under the only candidates on this ,Mr. Slaughter a lifelong resi- 8:33 p.m. over WCKT Miami; leading. When the people hada Florida, respondents in the matter at the Post Office at
( tle ago,. of 14 years and committing state's June 2 GOP presidential dent of Beil, and a retired farmer i Gainesville. Florida.CIRCULATION .
Under the new 'procedure, WESH, Daytona Beach; WFLA, chance to meet me face to suit, had petitioned Simpson to
all such cases will"be" collectedby a lewd and lascivious primary ballot.Goldwater died Friday at his home Tampa, and WPTV, West Palm face I could tell their altitude overturn Reeves' action. Simpson -! RATES BY ,1
act in the of said
presence said the "hate"literature following an extended illness.He Beach. had changed. said his ruling would be for: CARRIER OR MAIL 4

State Attorney before Ted the Duncan cildh, not guilty, trial set June had been mailed into was the father-in-law of Gil- Told that Burns suggested the "The people of North Florida malized in an order to be enter- 1 Week .45 1
and judge
brought month after 3. California. from the East and christ County Judge Miller people of Florida would like to want a man to level with them, ed Monday. t 3 Mos. $5.85
within a chargesare J. D. Harrell, issuing worth that it was of an anti-Semitic Lang. Burial will be in the Jennings -
know where he acquired enough to talk straight. This is what I Fifty of the 53 demonstratorswere All mail subscriptions mutt
brought. less check and grand larceny nature. He traced it to George Lake Advent Church Cemetery
money for the television pro- did High said. among the audience in a be paid in advance.
Each prisoner is given a charges placed on docket for Lincoln Rockwell's American grams, High replied: As mayor of Miami and in packed courtroom during the
Bureau of
Member of Audit
chance to plead guilty or in- use if defendant is brought into Nazi party, and said it had no Survivors include: his wife, "Although Mr. Burns won't his first try to become governor, day long hearing. Circulation.

nocent to the charges and have custody. connection with the Rockefeller Minnie W. Slaughter of Bell; t answer any questions I pose to High is little known in North Defense counsel said notice of -!

his case set for trial. Hdland 0. Cuburn, grand people. one daughter, Mrs. Marie Langof him, I am delighted to answer Florida. Burns is well known, appeal would be filed Mondayand the All material property contained of the GalnesvTl'ePublishing herein' h

larceny, charges withdrawn. Goldwater said there was no Bell; one son, Daniel Slaughter his question. The cost of the as mayor of Jacksonville and a stay would be sought from Company let 1W4. Reproduction
Other handled Friday, James Alexander Williams : in whole or In part Is
cases question that Rockefeller has of Bell; one brother, Camp programs is approximately $12.- for his third place finish in the the Fifth Circuit Court of Ap, ifrlctly forbidden without the written
the charges, the plea, and the transportation of moonshIne,1 I improved his position as shown Slaughter of Bell; and five sisters -000. We had the money in the 1960 race for governor. "peals. permission of the publisher

disposition, were: probation revoked. by the findings of some polls- Mrs. Minnie Martin of -- -- -- -

James Kelley, issuing worthless Bell, Mrs. ,Ethel Smith of Trenton -I

check, guilty, sentencedt Weather RoundupZONES Mrs. Hester Crawford of

she months to two year: Jacksonville, Mrs. Iva Kilgoreof Elect A PROVEN EXECUTIVE

Long Beach, Calif., and Mrs. I

: About Myrtle Keller of Oklahoma. ;
\ Pall bearers will be: Harold ..-. '- J
# \t Slaughter, Ray Slaughter, '
B ,
i Laos / IO Weeks Martin Ralph Martin, ADMINISTRATOR

'i f \ Elwyn Akins and Clyde Wil ;
ILtoaft liams. > ." "'11 ..
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Harrison Funeral Home of *
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------ "" DignifiedDetermined .
Eg g Market B C: Fair through Sunday. --... Trenton is in charge. r : _,_
High Sunday near 90. Easterly 1 \ MRS. D. M. CLAYTON .r ---p '

from a survey of the Thai-Lao- winds 8 to 15 miles per hour. '.& t "rn \ ... l
tion frontier and said there was D: Fair through Sunday. 11.-1.\ \ Funeral services were held Speaks the truth-not, ::
F .,
j no cause for anxiety. High Sunday 82 to 88. East- E\ \ G yesterday for Mrs. Dellea M. '

The prime minister also dis. erly winds 10 to 18 miles per ___ .. Clayton, 73, of Williston, who Jji half-truths I I :

counted the idea of calling immediately hour. usii\\ .- died Friday. H 'HastheinteresF : >' ..
.J .rt
for U. S. troops to re- : Burial was to be held in Orange M .
A: Partly' cloudy and warm tirovqPi \ : -
inforce border defenses, as was Sunday afternoon end evening scattered Hills Cemetery. Mrs. Clay of ALL Florida /.
mostly! afternoon and evening thunder.Showers. t
\ done: during a similar Laotion Highest Sunday $4 to 12 Hj'j, ton, was born in Andersomrtlle, -1 : \
\ crisis in 1962. Variabie U knots. mostly. southeast winds I to Ga., and was a member of the \

\ "We will make our request E F: Partly cloudy through Sunday.Chrnce C67I First Baptist Church of Willis- YOU HAVE PATRIOTIC :
ot an isolated shower or two. .
said. ?
when the time comes, he
88 to winds .,
High Sunday 92. Easterly ton.Survivors DUTY
I -There was a break in the I to U miles per hoer \QI.p' include: her husband k7.I____ ;; TO r
crisis! intimately G: Partly cloudy' through ;.Sunday. John twodaughters _
Malaysian net so Widely scattered and mcstly brief Clayton;
connected with the Communist night or early morning shcwers. High Mrs. Iva Mae Mix-1 : VOTE TUESDAY
Sunday tt t) S3. Easterly winds 12 to : -.1
campaigning.A II miles, per Hour. GAINESVILLE WEATHER :son of Micanopy and Mrs. G. T.

Philippines special, envoy. H I: Partly cloudy through Sunday. Municipal- Airport readings Mims of Jacksonville; two II .__.:::!ii-; f Cast Your Ballot for The Candidate :: .
Widely scattered mostly brief shoNel. brothers, .A. T. Green of West, '
Salvador P. Lopez, announced, High Sunday 81 to n. Eifttrly winds for Saturday: High 86 at 3 4 Best Qualified To Senre ALL Florida ; '
Palm Beach and Albert Greenof
I to IS miles per hour. -
in Kuala Lumpur that Malaysia,! J K: Fair except for widely SCI'p.m.., low 61 from 5 to 6 ,I Plains, Ga., one sister, Mrs. w--- ---M---.L_ J
tered and mostly brief night end earlymarring
the Philippines and Indonesia! i showers 5un4jJ RgJvSynday .,nu No rain.TEMPERATURES. Myrtle Loper of Tampa r five
!2 to 84. easterly winds 12 to ELSEWHIRESunrise Vote '
have agreed to hold another 20 miles per hour. grandchildren and four greal orHAYDON
._ _Hilll Low PrKlp.
peace conference. -CEDARKEYIPC* $ JlcQonvillt ........ IS fiMlarng grandchildren.

A high source said there will Z'udaf-Ltch at 12.54 a.m..and 12:11 Tampa :;,.:::::::::'ai 90 75 72 ROWLAND C. BRAND I
Low at ,.m..rnI 7.0 ... ..... .
p.m. 627; pm..Monday .111I" ... ".. IS ..
be summit ,,.
a meeting Jn Tokyo Wiotl..t'I U and 1M7 New Qrluna .....H..6 $9 BURNS
the first week of June in an pjrw Low at .. York .,....
I New U .7
for Rowland C.
I yesterday
effort to end the feud that has ALtANAC Washiigton; .......... 94 UC'ik.aso

led to fighting on Borneo-between ser" iv ,. ......:..:. ,i' 1-.m. _. ; .-.....-...a::0 c_ Brandt, a former Gainesville!
Kona3 Citl 71
.. ..... resident who died at
troops of the antf-Com. tomorrowMocnrise today-: ...?....... l.5:: p.m.Denver am. .............. II. II Wednesday '
f\ Worth ,-.7 63Vnvs his home In Belmar, N.J.
Malaysian federationand Mts .... ........ .>:JS p.m. Us Angeles ... ..... .".
Survivors include Ids
Indonesian guerrillarurged I.furlrISM.-... ..' :._...1131..M.. SeoUl.Jupilci. .- T,; if 40 : wife,. : FORGOVERNOR

on by President Sukarno's f I rises SM..'tlGlt... ,phwlet. -,.._,"447'am., CAST' GULF MARINE: Easifily.FORECAST: wu-.J: 10 tg Charlotte two sons, Clarke and adv. Ui
"crush Malaysia11 eamaign.-- 'planet"1OI.Ittt--.f *1I Xffff? _*ptjfly> with_t .few"widelyI George of Belmar; and a brother j
I Jupiter" cllrea shower ,' Edwin t of St. Augustine -

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I May 24, 1964 Gainesville Sun 3A I
United Presbyterian Guide -

t __i i Ties Church to Politics OPEN TODAY :

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -,'burgeoned since United Presby-
Confronted by demands that the terian leaders began agitating
_lurch[ stay out of politics, the militantly against racial dis-
General Council of the United crimination, and its 1963 Gen-
Presbyterian Church U.S.A. eral Assembly took a strong
fl has propounded a new guide stand against prayers and Bible
hyMr .F. 4 _4S urging its ministers to wade in, reading in public schools.
Y responsibility. I
.,: J r. _' I The 1964 General Assembly,
yMISS "To be a responsible Christian made up of 841 commissioners
{.... .. '.. ,...". involves being a responsible citizen -i representing 3.3 million mem-
"$ .....
:. ,
f' ,
J; it says. "Responsible cit- bers in 9,100 churches, is meet-
.1l izenship in democracy demands ing here. One of the "overtures" .
L political responsibility. The minister ,before it, from the West Tennessee pUAUiYe
like any other individual Presbytery, contends DISCOUNT
>10.-I should be involved in politics." "Christ did not advocate that ,
[ MISS WHEELER TROWBRIDGE MISS TILES \ Criticism of the church tes J his' followers embroil themselves
''in matters political or of secu-

Ii' Baccalaureate Rile TodayAt FrustratedPHOENIX I lar The controversy.assembly", which continues -

I through Wednesday, has
Ariz. (APFireman -
Howard McMillian radioedthe not acted directly on this state-
Dixie County.. School : fire department Friday to ment, but it authorized the cir-
culation of the General Council's
report his fire truck had caughtfire
; CROSS CITY Baccalaureate The graduates will receive en route to a fire. guide to all ministers.
services for the graduating!It heir: long awaited diplomas at The truck, which was headedto I
4 seniors of Dixie County High commencement next Friday a call at a grocery store, was
School are scheduled tonight at light.: The exercises will be in equipped with 5,000 feet of hose.It .
8 in the school auditorium.The did not, however, have
t the: school auditorium starting ; equipment i.lylw i'r Fi ...
to handle small fire.
will be delivered :at! 8 p.m.Patty
sermon Fellow firemen came to the
by Allen Harden. The invocation Trowbridge will give ] "7 p.M.l.
rescue putting out the blaze 'to
will be by Rev. E. L. Buz- 1 the salutatory, and Elizabeth ) t that had been caused by an elec I [ ShOP 12 Noon
bee, and Rev. Harry Belyewwill 1 Wheeler will give the valedictory I tric shortcircuit.A .
give the benediction. Rev. j address. I I
; "
Claude Killian will the short-circuit also had caused
scriptures and prayer.give Talks also are to be made by the market fire, which was han : # I II
I honor students Darrell Nes- died by other units.
Music-to be presented will include :Smith and Eugenia Liles and by I'Y T :S.i.uJ.J.n Paid Advertising f f WATER SKIS ] AQUA LUNG I
hymns sung by the senior ]Dennis Ben nett, class presi.- I it I I
lass and the processional andecessional dent. r ; j
I ::
f Mrs. Joe Ann .Ir 1 CI, 'I lid
by 1 :jj'.
i Tones. Principal W. A. Raines will I I. 'y;? By CYPRESS GARDENS Ei: By U.S. DIVERS i
introduce platform guests and ,

Bandits Shun present awards. Negro I. fi Alfredo Mendoza Masks 4.57 to 7.97 I.
t The diplomas will be handedout Miss. (AP-Gov. =tk: I"m<">:
.i\ by County School Supt. Le- ] Jr. says the\ Slalom 25.87 I
I Screen TestINDIANAPOLIS Roy The Locke.commencement program 1 of Mississippi has SPRINKLER'SYSTEMS : :F ':i Hydromatic .

(AP) Two also will include the invocation I admitted" a Ne FREE Estimates On Rain Bird I Nancie Fins 6.87 to 8.47 rp
gunmen canceled their own by Rev. Eldridge Lyons, professional : for the summei ii
screen cameras tests and Friday After stealingthe taking Mrs. Jones and and recessional a song by the by June 10. I UNDERGROUND SPRINKLER SYSTEMS. p.m::1 Rideout 29.871 Otarae FIRs 10.47 i
Custom installed in Call FR 64030.SEVILLE'S .
it, $30,845 in a holdup at the senior class. your yard. '.
: :
I American Fletcher National Parents of the Dixie High honor Challenger 25.87 u. S. Divers
.. IWI ,
Bank branch in suburban Cum- students are Mr. and Mrs. : \
berland they pulled down W. W. Wheeler, Mr. and Mrs.C. Od TILE PER I Challenger Regulators 31.87
r movie cameras that had been 0. Trowbridge, Mr. and i Eaton Co. I : ;
I recording the action and took Mrs. Vasco NesSmith and Mr.Ii NURSERY & GARDEN CENTER
N. Main St. I _= Slalom 14.87 iLj Tanks with I'II"
1 them along as they fled. and Mrs. Jerry Liles. I "' I
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( Sun THESOUTH OEF The Basics of Viet Nam

JOHN K. HAKRISOX. President and @ Nt11t Dark 'wlmt 000 and even now are regarded will be overthrown by a to reach the point of an honorable

Fnbliiberi PAT COWLES. Vice PUiI- By JAMES RESIGNWASHINGTON by many people in South neutralist coup and that the settlement means sup-

Florida's dent ED JOHNSON. Vice President In the Viet Nam, not as aggressors, U.S. will then be invited to pression of the Communist ag
Beautiful ad Executive Editori W. G. (Bill)
EBERSOLE. Vice President and Advertising present crisis over Vie t but as tough soldiers who leave.In gression. It means, above

'University City' DlreeUn .BOB TARTAG. RALPH Nam, it is not only the United helped liberate the peninsula this fragile situation, all, keeping in mind the collective -
LIONE. Vice President and Circuit- Pulitzer ,Prize Winning McGILL Publisher States that is being tested, from the white French colon- even casual talk of "ideal so- security principle of

ti.B Manager. Of the AtlMUt (Ga.) CMItltullM but the United Nations and ialists.i Nor was it ever clear lutions" or "neutralization"can the U. N., and urging other

I THE SUN'S POLICY the whole post-war system of that the people of South Viet be dangerous. There are member nations to do the

keeping the peace. Nam were as determined to no "ideal solutions" and even same.
1. Report the news fully and Impartially in the news columns.! No doubt Washington has defend the principle of self-

:.' 2.. Express the opinions' of the Sun In-but only in-editorials.' RussiaAnd made many mistakes in Viet help as the U. S. was to defend
ti 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. ON THE RIGHT =
: Nam over the last few years, the principle of collective :

:; The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 but at least they were madein security. _

: ;,," Want Ads-376-4672 __:" ; defense of honorable prom Accordingly, the adventurewas ForPresident
; !' The ises and in keeping with the always diibious militarilyand Bobby

basic principles of the U. N. is now hazardous in the

: ,. charter. extreme. The desertions

The Commission Race The U. S. did not agree at from the South Vietnamese ?

San Francisco in 1945 to op- army were admitted by Sec

Holy LandA pose aggression only whenit retary of State Rusk on Capi-

For the loneliest men in Alachua Claude; Brandon in the first primary.We was easy or only close to tol Hill Thursday to be much '

County, we nominate Claude Brandon see no reason to change our home where its power was greater than most observers By WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY, Jr. .

mind. predominant, but to try to here had believed, and fear,
4 and Arthur Thompson. news story said that a maintain order anywhere in of assassination is helping There is considerable talk ory of JFK. Others have In

substantial part of the Mountof the world. paralyze the war effort of the these days on the theme of mind Robert's personal allure

They are candidates for the District This is no spectacular positionwe Olives may soon becomethe THIS IS the underlying prin- South Vietnamese gov- political irresponsibility, but among urban voters. Some

are filling, but it does help estab- ernment. practically none at all on the combine the two. None seemsto
One seat on the County Com lish the general tone in property of the Soviet Un. ciple in Viet Nam, and the single most irresponsible political be motivated by the illusion -

mission. But you probably hadn't county gov ion. charter of the U.N. is quite GEN. NGUYEN KHANH, proposal of the decade, that he is equipped to
ernment. And since :Mr.
Brandon already !-
j noticed. The Commission race is Memory recalled half specific about it. It obliges the South Vietnamese prime namely, that Robert F. Ken- act as president. And yet a
.. holds a seat on the Commission a day all members to unite their minister, lives in such fear for nedy should be nominated for vote for Robert Kennedy for

easy to overlook, obscured as it is we think he had a hand in the spent walking about the Gar- strength to maintain international his life that he sleeps one the Vice Presidency of the vice president is a vote for a

I : by the smoke and flame of the race county's current health. den of Gethsemane and climbing peace and security. It place one night and a n other United States. man whose chances of acces-

: for the governorship. up the gentle slope to states in Article I that the the next. The Communist attacks There are a number of reasons sion to the presidency are

:Mr. Brandon has the Mount.of Olives. The r e member states shall "take effective have increased and their why Mr. Kennedy appears much greater than normal
1 k proper collective measures for terroristic tactics have spread to be unqualified to Just three and a half years
All other local races were resolvedby was a smell of flowers, of
zoning recreational
development, the prevention and removal of right into the capital of Sai serve as President of the ago when President elect
the first primary May 5. But because and tax assessments sun on stones, and of anti- John F.
high enough to threats to the peace and for United States, reasons which Kennedy announcedthe

f none of the three candidatesfor finance the schools. quity. In the garden of the suppression of acts of aggres- gon.Nevertheless, none of this I probably will not dissipateeven appointment of his brotheras

the District Franciscans' sion. ." and it insists that Attorney General the New
One County Commission chapel was the removes the need for defending as he grows older; but

seat secured a majority, Mr. last of the olive trees that tradition this be done with the minimum the principle of collective it is not these that should now York Times, reflecting the reaction
Brandon and :Mr. Thompson said were there when of force necessary. action. That need is just as be stressed.His of much of the nation,
j were Although Mr. Brandon
to This is precisely what theU. deplored the elevation of a 35-
l Jesus of great now as it was when the personal failings a
forced into Nazareth thereto
a runoff to be settled came
fill the seat from District One, all S. has been doing in South- U. N. Charter was written, brittleness of character anda year-old man, one moreover
May 26.The pray and to be betrayed east Asia. It has intervenedto to high
registered voters have a say in the or when the fighting'broke out shortage of humane intelli- given partisanship, to
according to the halt not to a job that called for extensive .
prophecy.The aggression,
race. We recommend described at
a simple flick in Korea or the Congo. And gence were
I Gainesville Sun endorsed ( brothers called it "The expand it, to help the South judicial experience and
of the lever-for Claude Brandon. even the French, who want to some length in Esquire Magazine
Tree of Agony.") Titus reportedly Vietnamese, not to replace neutralize Viet Nam but cannot over a year ago by Mr. the dispassionate pursuit of

DEAN cut down all the them. It has been trying to say how it is to be done, Gore Vidal, who is some sort justice.
INTERPRETIVE NEWS take "effective collective Not four later it is
mea- years
John Ken-
trees concede that only by continued of relative of Mrs.
{ V within a wide radius of
sures for the suppression of "collective action" in nedy, and has observed Rob- being suggested in effect that
Jerusalem. acts of aggression", and its Mr. Kennedy is ready to serveas
Viet Nam by which they ert Kennedy for years.
would have been president of the United
measures mean American actionwillthe alleged traits of character:
Center of BUT A "effective" if the Allies States. How much
l; Gravity SECOND legend more whole of Southeast Asia should be examined if and can even
had ,made them little the ablest student learn in
was, that new trees had a justa
be saved from conquest by the when Robert Kennedy pro- ,
(Second of three columns grown from the roots of the more "collective". Communists. poses himself as a presidential little over three years'
; world war ended the European considerable energy by Dr. old. This candidate in his own However well might be said
was The
from Europe) continent was divided by Ludwig Erhard and Dr. Gerhard possible. ON PURELY selfish national MEANWHILE, in the midstof right. Meanwhile, the case he has discharged his respon-

h By WALTER UPPMANN the armistice line at which Schroeder. tree was gnarled and heavy grounds, there was a good all the present recrimina- against him centers on the sibilities as attorney general,
In the Red and the with years. But its leaves to be made tions about the the risk and
'I yesterday's article I army Allied They are establishing emissions case against any present mess indisputable fact of his youth was implicit the

described the political pausein armies halted. This became each headed by a were alternately silver and U.S. intervention in Viet Nam.It in Viet Nam and Laos, it may and inexperience, combined risk of turning over the presi-

Western Europe brought on the iron curtain. The immed. senior foreign service officer, gray as they moved bravelyand was over 7,000 miles fromU. be useful to define what the with the medical history of dency to so young a man is

by the coming elections in l iate postwar policy of the in the East European cap S. shores. It was rough immediate danger is. It is not Johnson. too great to take.
in Lyndon
beautifully a small L
Great Britain, Germany and Western allies was inspired itals. This amounts to recognition country to defend against that South Viet Nam is aboutto TilE DIFFICULTY of discussions -

? the United States. This does by two absorbing purposes: without calling it rec breeze. All about were the guerrilla action. It could not be over-run by the Com THE IRRESPONSIBILITY of this kind is that

not mean that Europe is. to prevent the revival of an ognition. There are in progress buildings of prayer and med. be sealed off from its source munists. It is not that the U.S. of_ the proposals that he be they deal necessarily with I

I standing still. Far from it. independent armed Germany negotiations with Moscow itation-convents and chapels of arms without attacking is preparing to attack North nominated rests on the motivein morbid subjects and bruise,

II I In all the leading countries and to block an advance of and the question is no representing the Roman China. And that was not all. Viet Nam or even order its mind. Some people who necessarily, personal fel; ngs.

p1 ,. there is underway and already the Red army across Western longer whether, but when:, and Greek rites. The Communist troops in own troops into the South Viet- make the proposal have in Men of responsibility have

I far-advanced a very, ,great Germany and into Paris. Chancellor Erhard and Chairman Standing on the Mount one North Viet Nam had helped namese units. It is that the mind to make a sentimentalact commented since the day aft-
II change in the basic assumptions postwar policy and Khrushchev are to meet. could l look across the valley; defeat a French army of 400-, South Vietnamese government of obeisance to the mem- er President Kennedy's assas-
strategy were constructed rHn".... A" n.n ..n a.. 4_
1 I of foreign policy. The ac 01 luoron to Jerusalem.ON o:> .uvu UU I.UC uC\C; Jl.l w uu
I situation, the relationships, cordingly.- Germany was to AS PART OF this evolution, something to save America

the play of military forces, r remain divided, and its western the objective of German reunification TIlE LOWER slopesof from the consequences of _

the objectives of governments into part was to be integrated which received the Mount were thousandsof Voice of the the death, by natural or other

I are already decisively differ- tem.a Western European sys. little more than lip service in gravestones. In the Bookof PeopleOn causes, of President Johnson,

ent than they were in the This would make West the postwar era, has becomea Joel one may read that i which event would cause

i postwar era, that is 'to say ern Germany safe against the real political possibility. As the valley was called Jehos. Speaker John McCormack to

in the late 1940s and well Soviets and safe for the Allies. the German Federal Republic haphat-named for the great. The Sun's become President of the
As the Opinion Page
through the 1950s. There is passions of war sub reopens relations with Eastern est king after Solomon. The : United States. Mr. McCor-

underway a shift in the diplomatic sided, it became the fashion Europe and the Soviet Union mack it be the
to speak more the vital name means "Yahweh judgP Opinions and comments of Sun readers are welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters appears to
center of gravity in this. tactfully of all I interest of the ges" hence, "The must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter shouldnot unanimous judgment of those
\ European affairs a shift But, as I know from Soviet Union in East Germany exceed 500 words and be written side of who
where God will judge." Since must on only one the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The know him and who take
I from Western Europe to Con many interviews in Paris and: can be expected to de this was to be the site of Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or into consideration his great
tinental and even Bonn cline. When Walter Ulbricht intent.
Europe.IN this
was the judgment, both Jews and Mos- age, is simply not equipped to
what dynamic principle of disappears, as someday one lems were buried there, it being Sr. Citizens in Gainesville cannot do it unless way they may influence your handle the responsibility of
came to hope he will
ALL TIlE principal be known may the forceof
gov- the as the most sacred resting he goes where whiskeyis policies and goals.P. the presidential office.
the :
ernments concerned, jnclud- ment. "European" move. provide national feelingswill place. To be buried there was, Can Aid CentersEDITOR sold? These are the only S. Your proof reading is But any arrangements to

ing our own, there is a lag The powerful pres- in a sense, like getitng first places they can go to dance, terrible! spare the United States at
postwar sure toward reunification. Sun: Fly the flagat
between their avowed policiesand
conception of and it best the embarrassment of
in line to be judged. surprising as may seem FRANK BOGLE
what ; What has become half mast for another -
the actual development was called "Europe"was of the now
to some people, some of our his accession, at worst the
; of European affairs. The lag in fact a Europe and special relations bet ween The Soviets tragedy has happened in
a having proclaimed youth prefer not to go whereit Thanks Sun tragedy of it, would have to
is due in to the fact that Germany France and Germany which Gainesville the padlockingof
part partitioned at the themselves to be a is sold. And even with the be run through Congress. Andno
I of the Western iron curtain. The ; General Charles de Gaulle the recreation centers. For
none govern- founders of secular nation, for a time persecuted rec. center open they cannotgo Plant Sale one in Congress wants to
ments, except Gaullist France, the "European ; and Dr. Adenauer sought to the churches What was the real purposeof
Community"never closing as they are in col
EDITOR hurt the kindly Mr. McCor-
establish? As this ? Not Sun: Congratulations -
movement to
feels it has sufficient political had desire a working part-
any or any many, making antireligious lege. And of course if the mack's and
and thanks feelings; no one
plan to nership in European avoid racial disturbances. No for the plant
authority at home to move grapple with the enormous and or historical museumsof owners of the wet establish-
world politics it has trouble occured when the colored sale you sponsored recently. 1 in Congress is anxious to pro-
very far off the well-beaten complications of re. I believe others, and allowing a few ments followed the letter of _
failed completely. Bonn couples arrived. The understand that thousands of pose legislation whose promise _
The is
the 1950s.
of lag Germany and to
paths of creating go along. It was a war experience the law, many of the studentswouldn't is that Lyndon Johnsonis
will not act with trouble with the drunken flowering trees and
Paris when was shrubs
due also to the objective fact an all-European Com. that changed them. be allowed in as they
j there is a conflict with whites with the color- were sold and mortal. So nothing gets _
Wash dancing
that the shift in the center of munity. All that seemed hopelessly When Hitler's troops invaded must be 21.Wouldn't you paid done.
l gravity is recent, strange and remote. ington. Russia the ed girls. the sales taxes.I .
Gestapo our be in
,ir uncertain and that it is easierI But it would be a mistake, ed the churches. The Soviets open- Why were there drunken sad shape today country if our youth wish more of our businesspeople And nothing is done to
within the THEY WERE nevertheless to dismiss as un- youths at the dance? It was stress the point that itis nota
and safer to stay PROBABLYright didn't do were concerned about
were dismayed-but impressed more for it than
old formulae and the old slo to organize important the relations between my understanding that only any the appearance of part of the homage we owe _ _
I, defensively -by learning how our city does for its youth? our city.
: many to a stricken hero to nomi-
what De Gaulle youths through the high
gans. they held, for there was thousands flocked to them, until MRS. JAMES E. LEVENGOODSun's We might have more patchesof
Nevertheless, the outstandIng little or no chance in the dec the Federal Republic. The the Gestapo-with school ages are permitted to shade and flowers and less nate his brother to a position
t ade between general, it is quite evident great attend and no college studentsat from which he stands a good
let unrelieved _
fact about Europe todayis say, the stupidity began to make Policy: expanses of blaz-
understands chance of becoming the Pres-
Berlin blockade very well that all. If the youths were intoxicated
and airlift ing hot
that there is a decisive of r wholesale -
arrests and solid-paved
to shopping
the wave of the liqui. where the ident of the United States. For
1948 and the future is an were Stir Trouble?
orbiting of centers
change as compared with the Sput date hundreds of Russians and filling stations.
: 195Os. That is why the NATO nik in 1958, when any kind accommodation with Eastern daily. chaperones and the directors? EDITOR, Sun: I am highly You have made a fine con- one thing no politician wants _
Europe and the to criticize
of accommodation Soviet Un- If the center has a shortageof a Kennedy nowa-
is sick. That with the
establishment so tribution to
East ion which leads to the reuni- the former, have they ever disturbed by the continued the beauty of days: Robert, and Teddy, area
/ is why the earlier hopes of was practical politics. BY 1943 THE Soviets of the Gainesville. Thank
I/1 But if fication of Germany. It has were tried recruiting volunteers policy Sun to seeminglystir you.A part of the mystical body,
T the European community are compare 1964 with
c restoring the church. They up as much trouble in READER
always been his and in American
fulfilled. 1954, we see that this purpose to from our senior citizens? objects, politics
not being postwar sent
help to the this
"Europe" have this eventual accommo- starving Have they ever really asked community as possible. not of discussion but of
The reason is, I am convinced was merely West dation worked churches in the Holy Land. this Almost every issue is full Likes Paper
era out by a European for volunteers from great veneration. For another it is,
J that the conception of Western Germany that They had seen the political of highly controversial sub.
is to
and considered
: whereas say by a nearly untapped sourceof Not EndorsementEDITOR once again, uncouth
Europe held by Europeans today increasingly Frenchman, and not by an advantages of allowing the guidance and wisdom that jects. You say that you "ex- for any discussion to

I is radically different from today the idea of "Europe" is American as at Teheran, church to function in a c 0 n- we have in our city, and who press the opinions of the Sun Sun: I like your proceed with explicit ref

I the conception of Europe in tending to include the old Soviet Yalta and Potsdam. trolled, limited manner. All would be most happy for a in but only in editorials," correspondent, Buzz Mixson, erence to Lyndon Johnson's

I" the 1950s. This radical differ- satellites in Eastern Eu It is quite clear that the through the Holy Land new night out with our youth? but you headline your front who finds out all the Levy medical record.
ence is not easy to explain, rope and the Soviet Union itself eventual priests and nuns began to pages, and all other
will The younger people (I pages, County news, and I read MRS. CLARE BOOTH
and I am well aware that to ern a power in the West require sacrifices by the Germans arrive from Russia-w i t h should say middle aged mar- with articles presenting your them in your paper before I LUCE wondered out loud the

many it will be unconvincingand This is most particularly the money.In ried couples) just don't have editor's ideas. This is not "re can find out about them and I the
controversial. I central fact in ___
highly am ___
renunciation of their former the what with all porting the news fully and
time the
to to the evolution of West German Israel the Soviet Union live down here. I also like Jackie Kennedy, standingup
venturing attempt explain "
territories beyond the Oder- service work, etc., etc., they impartially. Mis to her ovation _
it because the is foreign policy the was able to prove ownershipof Honey who brings me get at the __
point openingup _
Neisse line. I heard it You stir _
I said in must do in connection with up more "storms" Democratic _
crucial to an understanding of of trade and cultural relations Bonn the former Russian Orthodox your paper every day except Convention, __
by German than the NAACP
journalists, their chosen fields. CORE, Ku should
properties. The say instead of
the relations between Western with the East European who have no liking for Gen- Soviets Let's the locks Klux Klan. FBI and Saturday. ____
get off the city officials _
I Europe. Eastern Europe, the countries, excepting, of eral De then sent in a new, and large, But I did not like the edi- Thank you, thank you ladies _
Soviet Union and the United course East Germany. All:I German Gaulle but who know church mission. The large recreation: doors. Appoint a together. This makes our toral I read in your paper 'and gentlemen, from the bottom ____ .
opinion well, that paid and let him local officials jobs increasing. _
director of heart"
\ secular landholds in recruit my "I nominate
this Israel
States.I had begun in the latter only the yesterday. You told us how -
general has the prestige a truly dedicated and ly harder. Instead of ridiculing Robert F. __
years of Dr. Konrad Adenauer's to make were sold to Israel about dirty Jacksonville was but Kennedy for ___
such a sacrifice four experienced group of people to them, help them by printing Vice President
I months of the
WE MUST START ago-one thirdin did not tell
by re- regime. But it is i; palatable to the German us Miami was
that when the being carried forward peo cash and two thirds in citrus help chaperone the centers. the good parts of our city just j States.I The delegates wouldgo
f!l membering with ple. (To be continued) fruit. Our senior ,citizens get tiredof and our leaders. Help us to ; as dirty. All I know is ; mad. -

the TV, and the library, as unite to be a better community what I read in the papers. I So might their

POTOMAC FEVER The Garden' of Gethsemane fine as it may be. They need in which to live instead \do not blame the dirt in Jacksonville a few months later countrymen,

II and the Mount of Olives are our youth, and our youth of dividing us against each : on the mayor. I am the wreckage. (Talk jgirveying about the i ____
in Jordan. The government of needs them. other. sure' there is no living man __
face that
By Jack Wilson launched
: Washington Bureau a thousand
; Jordan has said there will be Open the doors, staff them In my opinion your job is ;!under the sun who could tell ships, talk about .

Sen. Margaret Chase Smith says: she may go .Saigon to see for-herself. She :}no change in, the present status sufficiently, and the integration to report the facts to the peo- ,]how many sinners there Is in {Ing the topless towers bumt cf.t; ______ .
ill says you cattrustanythiiignybody: tells' that of the properties., Title problem will take pie. not to and Jacksonville ,or Gainesville
you. --now everybody's running care of try run a city, mum!) It would probably -
for President- ::' ..-. j presently is held by the Russian itself. In fact as I said before county or, state government. *either. And I, am sure that t o risk political suicide for be f f _

: Palestine Society. But I don't think this was I would also like to ask what 'that you will find sinners in Democrat to
Lodge's campaign:manager"says he's forfiocky: :Tri ..California! ,' but'only until 1 the Soviets have said they the real reason behind this. your connection is with the St. *Miami too. to be said at say this what'needs -

: June 3. This IsvwhatJiappens when. the marriage: "agreement is drawn.. up by a' !will move.. to take over in Let's get up and get going. Pete Times, since you seem I have met Mayor Burns to restrain the ambitions moment _

divorce lawyer... .' LL'.I .", *' J l : Stop talking and start doing. to. agree with their opinions several times and I hope to o If Mr; Kennedy
-- -- _. : _' 'r 1964.When Our. youth deserve this. so closely? JI 1 b! e able to vote for him. the burden : which 1*
: they do the for
For Castro's information, we'd be a lot more willing to sell him a few bottles and the Mount will Incidentally, do yo'u realize appreciate the privilege of MALCOLM DOUGLAS the truth falls speaking -
become so heavily
: of(aspirin if he d take, the, commercials" too.", an international that any college student want- expressing my thoughts to GRAHAM non-politicians and on I

problem. ing to take a girl to a dance you, and hope in some small Bronson: crate.

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A Se' d V1 B. F. Childs, Colored News Editor II I

'atuzzuni SU1t I
GEN. VISITS FAMULt. gram will be rendered with I

;; Mrs. Ann McGhee, Mrs. Sanders -
Gen. Albert Watson H,
Mrs. Larett and
commanding general of the 3rd
Mrs. Glorida Woods in charge.
JOHN P.. HARRISON President aa4 U. S. Army, Fort McPherson,
-I Publisher PAT COWLES. Vies President The members are urged to
Ga., was a recent visitor to the
*' ti ] ED JOHNSON. Vice President see their captains or pay mon-
Reserve 0 f f ice r s' Training
: Beautiful I r 't, and .Ezeentlf Editors W. .G. (BUI) ey to the chairmen or secre-
,. ,1 EBEBSOLE. Vice President and Advertising Corps unit at Florfda A&M University \
tary of the church.
'University City'c Director .BOB TABTAGj Tallahassee. Gen. Wat- .
The full of al !
LIONE. Vice President and CireoUtion son expressed "great satisfaction" cooperation
M members is asked. Rev. W. S.
: ntr. % ,I
with the progress of the

I :: TilE SUN'S POLICY unit under the leadership of Lt. White, pastor; Mrs.'A. E. Win- 1 1ri.

Col. Albert J. Parker, PMS. The gate, reporter. .. .
1. Report the news fully and impartially in the news columns, 3rd Army commanding general c'
: 2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but 9nly in-editorials. ..' also stated that he was "highly CIRCLE MEETING ;
4 'J} 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. Circle l\o. 3 of the Mt. Pleasant
impressed" with President

:E: : The Sun's telephones: All! Departments-372-8441 George W. Gore's cooperationin Methodist Church will meetat :. .
the home of Mrs. Rosa Bell, e
the development of the military !
: Want Ads-376-4672 today at 3:30 p.m. Mrs. Elzora; ;
science Flori-
... program at
da A&M.SHOWER. Gill, president; Mrs. Mae Alice k. .

Harris, secretary; Rev. W. M. .' .v,#j.i.

' The Commission Race Ferguson, pastor.BACCALAUREATE. ;:. '. )..
: FETES ':' .
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, -- .. -. BRIDE ELECT SPEAKERST. for CoedsGibbs
: For the loneliest men in Alachua Claude Brandon in the first primary.We Miss Claudia Evans, fian- AUGUSTINE -The Trophy
Benjamin Payton,
\ cee of John Harmon, was hon
County, we nominate Claude Bran- see no reason to change our ored at a miscellaneous shower sociate professor and head of: Jr. College coeds are shown admiring the trophy that was awarded

; don and Arthur Thompson. mind. given jointly Sunday evening by the department of Sociology of their campus YWCA group for winning first place in the A. P. Phillips Achievement -

Mrs. Altamease Wingate and Religion and Social Ethics at Award Contest, sponsored by the A. P. Phillips Advertising, Research and

4 : They are candidates for the Dis- This is no spectacular positionwe Mrs. Sherry Wingate at the lat- Howard University, will deliverthe Public Relations Firm of Orlando, Florida. Co-eds of the St. Petersburg, Fla.,
ters home. Baccalaureate Sermon at institution are: from left Armise Holmes, Tampa; Carolyn Felder, Fernan-

: trict One seat on the County Com are filling, but it does help estab- The bridetobe was given a Florida Memorial College's 72nd dina Beach, Leona Owens, Appalachicola; and Dorothy Davis, Fort Pierce.
lish the general tone in county
gov- annual Baccalaureate service
mission. But you probably hadn't ernment. And since :Mr. Brandon already seven-piece the hostesses.An refreshment. set by here today at 3 p.m., it has ailing at her home. She is a I Agricultural Extension Service,lof mental retardation, will be

: noticed. The Commission race is holds been announced by President R.I I member of both the New Hope I Dr. M. 0. Watkins, director, present to help I answer
a seat on the Commis- color lace tableclothwas
ivory ] Church and and E. M. Greene assistant!
Baptist questions.
\ : easy to overlook, obscured as it is sion, we think he had a hand in thecounty's used on the punch table, W. Puryear. pallbear.1 the and .
< A native of S.C.
by the smoke and flame of the race current health. which held pink candles in silver Orangeburg, ,
the Rev. Payton took his B. A.J J mons friends wish for her a period, refreshments will
holders and I
for the governorship an arrangementof be
South :speedy recovery. Mrs. Bessie served.
at Carolina State
pink gladiolus
an Early
Mr. Brandon has supported proper American crystal vase. in 1955, a B.D. degree from the ]Mae Wesley, reporter. I Notice The principals, teachers. par.

All otHer local races were resolved zoning, recreational development, The honoree's gifts were pre- Harvard School of Divinity in The Female Protection Society -ents and also friends of education -
invited. Rev. S. M
I by the first primary May 5. But be- and tax assessments hip enough to sented to her under a beautiful 1958, an M.A. from Columbia, ]PLANS ANNIVERSARYThe No. 2 will hold its monthly- lois chairman Mrs. Elizabeth Dan- I
cause none of the three candidates finance the schools. pink umbrella that was placedin and Ph. D. from Yale in 1963. Pallbearers' Lodge 113 meeting at the Female Hall in ChishoLm, reporter.

,. for the District One County Commission the center of the display ta will observe its anniversary at Jonesville, today at 2:30: p.m.
QUEEN TO CROWNED j the regular meeting place on
pj I: : seat secured a majority, Mr. ble.Mrs.. Ollie i Wyche poured At the close. of the morning I Tuesday at 8 p.m. ASSEMBLY MEETINGThe NOTE OF THANKS

'j Brandon and Mr. Thompson were Although :Mr. Brandon seeks to punch with Mrs. Delores Philips services at the Mt. Pleasant During the anniversary, there Section Assembly Meet. The family of James West

forced into a runoff to be settled fill the seat from District One, all assisting. Methodist Church today, the 1 will be a very interesting pro- ing will be held at the Church of wishes to thank friends for their

I May 26.The registered voters have a in the More than 25 guests registered successful queen at the "Five J gram presented. S e v eral out- the Living God on Sugar Hill, to., I kindness shown during his t

say in the bride's book. They included Point Tea," recently sponsored :standing persons will appear ina death. Mrs. Bertha West, wife:

: race. We recommend a simple flick the bride elect's mother by the parsonage committee program. day.During the meeting, inter-',Mrs. Effie Roberson, daughter.

Gainesville Sun endorsed of the lever-for Claude Brandon.Voice Mrs. Margarie Evans, Mrs. ,will be crowned by Rev. W. M. The public is invited. esting services will be conduct- Mrs. Bessie M. Johnson, report

Marie Adams, Mrs. Evelyn Ferguson, pastor.HAWTHORNE ere

t Cambridge, Mrs. Gladys Ellis, ed.There will be delegates and
j Mrs. Zella Goins, Mrs. Ruth NEWSEngagement visitors from the following cit-CLOSING ACTIVITIES
1 Protection So-
Kinsey, Mrs. Neotha F. Coach- AnnouncedMr. Female ies: Jacksonville, Arlingt o n, I The graduation exercises for
man, Mrs. J. H. Norton, Mrs. L. and Mrs. Cessna Gibbs I ciety No. 1 will hold its monthly Lake City Starke, Leesburg, the Kindergartens and the Pro-

\ : of the C. Lusane, Mrs. Edith M. Tay. announce the engagement and : meeting today at of 3:45 the p.m.Greater in Ocala, Crystal River, Lake Butler -,I motional Program for the sixth I

People :1:1II ;lor, Mrs. Gladys D. Alexander, approaching marriage of Miss the Ft.dining Clark room Baptist Church. Tampa, St. Petersburg and grade will be held at the A. Q.

: Mrs. Lois Y. Harrison Mrs. M Bettye Lucile Gibbs to EdwardLee I Palatka. Jones Elementary School on

tie Mae Smith Mrs. Gertrude Jennings, son of Mrs. Clifford During the meeting, the memo Dinner will be served.
June 2
Tuesday at 6:30
II : : I .On The Sun's Opinion Page, 1 1I I i Alexander, Mrs. Estella James, Jennings of Tampa. bers full.are urged to pay their duesin The public is invited. Bis- The public is invited: to

: 'Mrs. Mamie R. Fields, Mrs. Doris Miss Gibbs is a graduate of hop M. M. Williams, pastor; tend this affair. Mrs. F. M.

Opinions and comments of Sun readers are welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters W. Hall, Mrs. Eve Jenkins, Bethune Cookman College and PROGRAM PLANNEDThe Mrs. Lelia Miles, reporter.TO Goodman, reporter.
i.'I I : must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should Mrs. Carrie Alexander Mrs. now is employed by the Ala- ,
( .: not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The Lillie Mae Dean, Miss Jacquelyn chua County Board cf Public Greater Ft. Clark Baptist APPEAR IN PROGRAMThe : CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS
I Sun reserves the right to reiect 'letter shorten Church is a ,
any or to it, without changing the program
I ; : intent. writer's meaning or Hart and Mrs. Virginia Mc- Instruction. She is a member of entitled "Choirs In Parade" at Greater Ft. Clark Bap- Brooker-Greater Bell Meth

.1, ,Pherson Hayes. Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority. the church on May 26 at 8p.m. tist Church Choir is sponsoringa odist-Sunday School, 10:30( : a.

; Ji' Many lovely gifts were also -I Mr. Jennings is also a grad Olive I program entitled "Choirs InParade" m.; and morning worship, 11:30
1 : Sr. Citizens Sun's live down here. I also like with Little Mt.
I Policy: received from persons who uate of Bethune Cookman College Tuesday, May 26, at 8 a.m. Following this
Church choirin ,
Mis Primitive service
Honey who brings me were unable to attend. and now employed by the Baptist p.m. The Little Mt. Olive Prim-
)$ 1 : Can Aid CentersEDITOR Stir Trouble? charge. will be a program under
) your Saturday.But paper. every day except tlillsborough County Board of' For an evening of excellent itive Baptist Church Choir will the direction of the youth president -

I, : Sun: Fly the flag EDITOR, Sun: I am highly Public Instruction.The entertainment, plan now to be be in charge. Miss Delphine Nelson.

: at half mast, for now another disturbed by the continued I did not like the edi- PTA MEETINGThe marriage will be June 21 ]present. The public is invited. Rev. A. ,

,1 tragedy has happened in policy of the Sun to seeminglystir toral I read in your paper Parent Teacher Association at 4 p.m. at New Hope Methodist NOTICEThe J. Anderson, pastor; Mrs. Nellie

1 Gainesville the padlocking yesterday. You told how of Williams Elementary Church at Hawthorne. RECITALThe Olive Moore
: up as much trouble in us 'MUSICAL Little Mt Baptist reporter.
of the recreation centers. this community as possible. dirty Jacksonville was but I School will hold its final meet. Following the marriage, there Starlight Gospel Singers Church choir will render a pro- Hopewell Baptist Sunday

l 14 f : What was the real purpose did not tell us Miami was ing at the school on Tuesday, will be a reception at the home .md also the Spiritual Sons will gram at the Greater Ft. Clark School, 10 a.m.; morning services -
of this movement? Not to Almost every issue is full I May 26, at 8 p.m. G. T. Cook, of the Gibbs.
musical recital at
just in Church 11
? as dirty. All I know is appear a Baptist Tuesday, May a.m.; and evening
11 avoid racial disturbances. No of highly controversial sub what I read in the papers. I principal; Mrs. Petterson, president Relatives and friends are in- ;the Antioch Church with Rev. 26, at 8 p.m. in behalf of bot h services, 6:30: p.m. Rev. W J

I trouble occured when the colored jects. You say that you "ex do not blame the dirt in Jack- ; Mrs. A. L. DeBose, re vited. 4\. Bannister, pastor, today at 8p.m. choirs Nos. 1 and 2. Taylor, pastor; Mrs. Agnes

; couples arrived. The press the opinions of the Sun sonville on the I porter. with the Fleming Harmon- Gordon, reporter.
trouble was with the drunken in but only in editorials," ALACHUA NEWS izers singers.
as guest
sure there is
: whites dancing with the color- but you headline your front under the no who living man Plans ProgramThe This promises to be an out. GIBBS COLLEGE OK'D COLLEGE PROJECT
sun could tell
1 S ed girls. pages, and all other pages, how WOMEN'S DAY Waycross Gospel Sing .standing entertainment, and the ST. PETERSBURG Full TALLAHASSEE
; : Why were there drunken with articles presenting your many sinners there is in Women's Day Observance will ers will render a program at i public is invited. membership in the Florida Association Florida
youths at the dance? It was editor's ideas. This is not "re- Jacksonville or Gainesville be held at the Greater BethelA. the St. Matthew Baptist Church of Colleges and Uni- A&M University is one of 18

I -. my understanding that only porting the news fully and either. And I am sure that M. E. Church today. The today at 7:30 p.m. There is no SORORITY NEWS .versities was given Gibbs Junior -centers at colleges and universities -

: youths through the high impartially." that you will find sinners in schedule of activities is as fellows admission price, but a, freewill Members of the Ocala Alum- : College, it has been an- in million in 16 dollar states participating
I Miami too.I a project aimedat
I : school ages are permitted to You stir "storms"than : Church School, 9:30: a.m.; offering will be accepted. IFounders' lae Chapter of Delta Sigma Thea ]nounced. the
up more have upgrading and
students met Mayor Burns Clinton D. Hamilton, execu-
: attend and no college morning worship, 11 a.m.; and Day t Sorority met recently with '!mathematics
intoxicated the NAACP, CORE, Ku several times and I live treasurer informed curriculum in thenation's
to ; secretary -
: all. If the youths were hope
at of For-
afternoon worship, 3:30: p.m. The 68th anniversary of t:he administrative staff
Klux Klan FBI and officials schools.
where were the city be able to vote for him. I[ President John W. Rem-
; together. This makes During the morning worship Founders' Day will be celebrated -E st Hill School for Girls, Low- I The National Science Foundation -
: and the directors? our MALCOLM DOUGLAS 1 1lans bert that the association, at its
chaperones local officials jobs increasingly there will be an interesting pro- at the Mt. Carmel Baptist -E ill, Fla., to make effective I of Washington recently
annual voted to admit
If the center has a shortage GRAHAM health' meeting
t : gram rendered; and also duringthe Church I) for their mental
\1 harder. Instead of ridicul- today. granted to
$945,860 the
of the former, have they ever Bronson ]his institution into full member- carry
: ing them them I afternoon worship a pro- The theme "Progress I roject at the school.
tried recruiting volunteers help by print- I ship. I project through next February.
.: senior citizens? ing the good parts of our city Through Christian Unity." The Sorors were given a been tour de-of The institution had been accepted -Work is to be directed by the t
from our which
1 the building as '
: Have they ever really asked and our leaders. Help us to pastor will be the principal I as an associate member!Minnesota School Mathematics

for uLcers from this great unite to be a better commu- speaker during the morning i iignated for girls needing psychiatric deigned :md is now the only predominantly -! and Science Center (Minne- 1

: and nearly untapped source nity in which to live insteadof worship at 11 a.m.; and there (: to help.broaden The the tour knowledge was -I II Negro junior college i math) at the University of

01 guidance and wisdom that dividing us against each I will be a literary program dur- first with full membership in the As Minnesota. The new fund pro I

:: we have in our city, and who other.In Hornet's ing the evening worship at 7 )land f the information sorors by providing on facilities :sociation. Florida A&M University -vides for continuation and

would be most happy for a p.m. :; Bethune Cookman and expansion of a curriculum program .
is md educational opportunities
: opinion job
I ? my your ROLE IN PLAYSophor.aore ]Florida Memorial supported by almost half
Colleges are
: out with our youth I
night to report the facts to the md an opportunity to meet and
I Emma Cooper of other instituionswith a million dollars in
people ( Buzz I the only Negro
The younger not and aBc with who will be in-
: to try run a city, t people
f Gainesville will be one of the grants from the National
, should say middle aged mar- county or state government.I rolved in the program. Duringhe I membership. I IDRA.GE 1
when Gibbs Science Foundation.Each .
have characters
: red: couples) just don't would also like to ask what By MARIE JONES leading tour they were shown the i
what with all the Junior College at St. of the participating
time, Peterst
the your connection is with the St. wo rooms which were select-I HEIGHTS
.. service work, etc., etc., they Pete Times, since you seem burg presents "Blithe Spirit" on E d by them for equipping.' The Union To Convene i colleges or universities super-
connection with 25.Emma. vises use of experimental course i
do in May
must to agree with their opinionsso I ooms designated are examin- The First Division Ministers
: their chosen fields. closely? :an outstanding grad- i ng and psychological testing and Deacons Union, auxiliary of materials in one or more schools I

Let's get the locks off the I appreciate the privilege of Graduation time is nigh and year as Student Council Pres uate of Lincoln High School, 'ooms. j the Jerusalem Missionary Baptist -I within its area and shares In

recreation doors. Appoint a expressing my thoughts to vacation time is near, and the ident. will play the role of Madame After the tour the sorors met Ivith j Association, with Rev. T.i teacher training programs coordinated \

paid director and let him recruit you and hope in some small Mebane Hornets really have Arcati in Noel Coward's highly the staff to select furnish- ]D. Davis moderator, will con with the new courses.
Also 15 for
on May voting The staff at Florida
and A&M Uni-
dedicated I
some news in store for farce.
a truly way they may influence your you. the 1964-65 term held popular i ngs for the psychological test-vene at the Bethel Light Baptist -
experienced group of people to policies and goals.P. On Sunday, May 24, at 5 p.m., these the results was "MissHomecomingEstella The play, which was on i ng room. The building will I Church with Rev. D. A. versity assigned to the program

r help chaperone the centers. S. Your proof reading Is the Kindergarten Class will pre are :Walton Broadway more than a year, I wuse 12 girls who will be adopted 1 Williams, pastor, at Orange' is headed by Dr. IsraelE.

Our senior citizens get tired terrible! sent its commencement exer I Student ; will be presented by seven members -E by the sorors to help them J Heights, May 2931.ENTERTAINMENT. Glover, and includes: the

of the TV and the library, as FRANK BOGLE cise. The public is invited.On I Secretary of Council-, of the Gibbs Junior College (levelop sound mental health. following faculty members: Dr.
Eleanor Owens and Third
I fine as it may be. They needouryouthand ; will be openedor SET Leander Boykin, head. Department
Stagecrafter.A These rooms ]
our youth Friday, May 8, at 8 p.m. Vice-president-Carol Brown.On of Elementary Educationand
Thanks Sim the Senior Class the public's inspect ton The Undenominational Choirs'
sponsored their Saturday, May 23, the director of research
I needs them. LANDMARKBible ,whenever the building is dedi- 'Union will present a program -I' and
Ring Ceremony. An instrumental Junior Class along with the
staff them evaluation Walter Ellis
the doors, For Plant Sale ; head,
Open this I "Choirs In Par
solo was played by Abe Seniors visited Bethune Cook Thought "But (:ated. I entitled 1
I sufficiently, and the integration !Andrews, and the rings were man College and Volusia County .say, He which soweth sparinglyshall After the business meeting a ade" Monday at 8 p.m. at the Department Chemistry, Mrs.
of Ruth teacher
problem will take care EDITOR, Sun: Congratulations I presented by Barbara Sheppard.Also Community College, then the : reap also sparingly; and I:linner was served to the admin- Second Morning Star Baptist I'[ Cunningham, Kid-
I said be- .die Kollege Kindergarten Miss
itself. In fact, as and thanks for the plant he which soweth bountifully i strative staff and sorors. Church with Rev. W. D. Den- ,
don't think this was on Thursday night, May beach at Daytona. This was the Blanche Gavin, teacher, N. B.
fore I "
sale you sponsored recently. 1 shall also bountifully. (11 I[iis, pastor.
behind this.Let's 21, the Senior Class presented annual Junior-Senior affair, it : reap Young Nursery Kindergarten
the real reason understand that thousands of 'its I Corinthians 9:6.: ) 4 I-H BANQUETThe ,
class night play entitled was educational wellas 'Mr
and get going. very Irene Mathews, teacher.
: get up flowering trees and shrubs I"Quest of the Golden Micanopy 4-H Club heldts 1 WOMEN'S DAY
Key. entertaining.
and start doing. Southwest
I : Stop talking were sold and that you paid ,On Sunday May 31, at 10 a. m. 'ALACHUA NEWS first Annual 4-H Banquet Women's Day celebration wille Elementary School,
this. and Mrs. Ernestine Seabrooks
I -, Our youth deserve the sales taxes.I Registration at A. L. Mebane Guest Choir ]May 18 in the Cafetorium of the I held at the Bartley .T e mple ,

: Incidentally, do you realize wish more of our business I The Baccalaureate Sermpnwill School will be held Wednesday, The St. Matthew Baptist I rticanopy Elementary School. 1 Methodist Church today. teacher, Lucy Moten Elementary
: that any college student people were concerned about be held in the school's audi- May 27, for Kindergarten and I Church choir of Alachua will be The purpose of this banquetvas During the morning worship School.

: ing to take a girl to a dance the appearance of our city. torium, then on Thursday.June First Grade students. Registration i guest choir at the Mt. Olive i to show strength and unity ,it 11 a.m. Mrs. Lydia Martin, teacher Lucy Moten Elementary .
\ '
in Gainesville cannot do whiskey it unless We might have more patchesof 4, the senior class will presentits will begin at 8:15 a. m. Primitive Church today at 3 c J f the 4-H Club organization, c>.f Ocala, will be the princi- School.

I I he goes where the shade and flowers and less commencement exercise. We until3:30p.m. ]p.m. rorking together for the devel- I 3al speaker; and during the ev-
is sold? These are only unrelieved are very fortunate to have Miss C J ipment of rural and urban E!ning worship at 7 p.m. Mrs. C. @bituatie

I : places they can go to dance, hot expanses of blazing I Barbara Sheppard as class valedictorian Any child who will be five I]LACROSSE NEWS )outh. This gave the parents a ,V. Hathcock will also be the I
and surprising as it may seem solid-paved shopping and years of age on or before Jan. CHARLES EDWARD HICKS
) and Miss Marie Jonesas Plans MeetingThe t retter understanding and a new I jrincipal speaker. Both young I"I".O..lwl
: to some people, some of our centers filling stations. class salutatorian. 1, 1965 is eligible to registerfor Choirs' Union will hold cJ!etermination to work closer 1 adies are outstanding in the I & ?>;.; "
You have
youth prefer not to go where made a fine con- I I Kindergarten. The supply j its meeting at the St. Luke nth the 4-H Club program as f ield of education. Graveside services for Char-

: it is sold. And even with the tribution to the beauty of On Saturday, May 16, the fee for Kindergarten is $16.00 1 Baptist Church at Alachua, veil as individually les Edward Hicks, son ot Mr.

S rec. center pen they cannot Gainesville. Thank you. NHA along with the NFA observed payable on the date of regis- ;lay. Grant M. Godwin, associate ..IENTAL RETARDATIONThe and Mrs. Albert Hicks Sr. of
: there as they are in col A READER Friendship Pay at tration. to-I'' 1630 S.E. 12th
Place Lincoln
Program Set :tate 4-H Club agent with the fourth in a series of pro- (
: lege. And of course ii the Magnolia Lake. This trip was Any child who will be six Edna Cooke. 'Willie Agricultural Extension Serviceave I jams: on "Mental Retardation Estates) will be held today at

: owners of the wet establishments Likes Paper, enjoyed by all who went also years of age on or before Jan. md Mary Moore will appear in i g; the main address of \value It rill be held at the Johnson Cha. '3 p.m. in the High Springs
followed the letter of on the same day the Spanish 1 I, 1965 is eligible to I Il. Cemetery.His .
: Not Endorsement registerfor program at the St. Paul Rapt.o t every 4-H Club member in JJ icl Baptist Church corner of
: the law, many of the students Club went to Jacksonville on a the first grade. The. supply tist Church on May 25 at 8 p.m. tJ he county. 11 E. 4th Ave., and 14th St., immediate survivors include

: wouldn't be allowed in as they EDITOR, Sun: I like field trip. fee for first grade is $3.00 pay- This promises to be a very Principal V. L. Trapp and 'h lere on Tuesday, May 26, at 8 I his parents; sisters, Doris,

must be 21.Wouldn't Buzz Mixson your On Friday, May 15, Student able on the date of registration. t fine entertainment, and the pubic f.;acuity gave their wholehearted p Lenda and Mandella Hicks;

2 our country be in who correspondent finds Government Day was observedat All children registering for 1 is invited.VILUSTON 5''upport to make the banquet a i.ra.The film "Understanding The I brothers, Albert J:., Al Boye, Ii_
all the
sad shape today if our youth out Levy Mebane. The job was well kindergarten and first grade 51 uccess. More than 100 persons C Md: Who Is Retarded" will be :Horace and Thomas Hicks.
didnt do any more for it than County news, and I read done and we would like to :must their birth
commend -, present certificates 1 NEWS rere on hand. j s:hown. Several persons from Duncan Brothers, Morticians, I
our city does for its youth? them in your paper bef re I Annie Mae King for such on the date of regis Ailing AT home The entire program was un- tJ he Alachua County School :are In charge.

M. JAMES E. LEVENGOOD can find out about them and I good leadership during the past I tration. .I' I Miss Essie Mae Timmons is dl er the direct supervision, the a jE bard, well versed in the field I ,



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I ._ Sunday May 24 1954 Gainesville Sun -- 5A"

TEi! I'w PKY Grads to Hear Talks. :.Red. CrossWorker's NeededRed local According: Red to Cross-.Mrs.... helps Molder,with the

.. such-things$ relief for burned
out families, verifying leave for
'River and Life' Cross volunteer office servicemen with ill relativesand
Comparing .workers are now needed, ac- helping dependents of serv-
cording to Mary Mokler of the icemen.
9r 'Gainesville Red Cross office.
When graduation time rolls worry about getting the best the similarity! between a river I' "We need people who are Anyone interested is asked to
around at P. K. Yonge Labora- speaker. to deliver--- -- the--- comand j life. familiar with typing.and a little contact Mrs. Mary Medlin at
School. officials there don't
tory mencement address. Bea Nettles' will talk on the I office procedure," Mrs. Molder the Gainesville Red Cross office
subject "The Changing World." says. 19 SW Second St.
Band Concert That honor is reserved for the
graduating seniors to decide. Speaking on the topic "Who '********************, *************************
J_ w Am I?" will be Josephine Bry- .
"- "
At This in the the .
Tuesday year as past For Democratic National *

r P. !(. YongeThe P.elected K. Yonge four of senior their classmatesto class has ant.Bill Feaster will talk on "It's .:. ; : ,' Committeeman..".
: :! P. K. Yonge band will give graduation talks. Up to Us," and Gary Richardson :' ; 'dItt":>,I. I A s G. (Al) .:
"Where Am I Going? .
play its annual spring concertat The four are Bea Nettles, Josephine J .
ii N +>. 8 p.m. Tuesday in the school Bryant, Gary Richards .
iv i- auditorium. and Bill Feaster. They were Good CLEAN i F: : I Broderson i
c { ___ *: The 76-piece concert group elected about three weeks ago. '. .
will play a program that in- The ceremony is scheduled to DIAMONDCAB .. A Dedicated Party M n. .
cludes "Coat of "Chant : A Proven leader.An .
Arms be in the P. K. Auditorium on Organizer Thai .
: a *
and Jubile "Highlights from June 10. Eighty-seven seniorsare ** Maintains Organization. .x
My Fair Lady" "Begin the Be- due to graduate.The .
guine," and "Midnight in 4Democratic Halional Commilieeman ..
Acrttt ftm) Grty
: v i Paris." speakers, two boys and 119 Station .

';: c. ./ tj .",i '!il!I :7frf 1.. At the concert, Director N. P. two their girls own will on subjectsof But the h*** JOIN THE SWING TO BRODERSON :

This year's senior class graduation speakers at P.K. Yonge Laboratory I Baggarly will introduce theband's SUCCESSFUL IN ELECTING
main theme of the talks will re- : A MAN WHO HAS BUN :
,I. School are (from left) Gary Richards Josephine Bryant, Bill Feaster and Bea Guest conductor 20 graduating will be William seniors. volve around a poem the four DAY or NlH I: DEMOCRATS TO OfFICE THROUGH EXPERIENCE/ IN A

Nettles. L a. I Prescott. composed. The poem is about ** TWO-HOT COUNTY $

: Defy Race Ban Support and Re-Elect "a_ iP ,* 4 Years Brerard County Executive Committee !
N 22 in Graduating Class ** Past Director Central Brevard, Democratic :
CAPE TOWN, South Africa Association. :

\ At Hawthorne High School (AP-Seven scientific societieslave COUNTY COMMISSIONER"For :3 4-* Charter Member, Young Democrats :t
defied an order by the Brevard County Citrus Grower and Civic Leader ::
L' HAWTHORNE ional anthem will be directec 'dinistry of Education;Arts and 5-* :
science to forbid nonwhite Continued
f fI fI fS Progress"Vote >f
: of Hawthorne Rex Leas. Rev. Presle
graduates by :
!I nembership. VOTE 9 ELECT 9 SUPPORT :
I School will be honored in baccalaureate endergrass will give both th The controversy began last
r exercises on May 31!invocation and benediction. reek when South African for the man 'with a PROV- I A. G. (AI) BRODERSON
I and commencement cere- cience societies were told to EN record of experience and i
1 ; monies on June 4. School Board Member G. H an nonwhites or lose their gov- know-how in getting the job ** Democratic National Committeeman !
Williams will present diploma. :rnment subsidies. done. (Pd. Adv.) iI I i >*t-lHhHHk***************************************
r Winner to scholastic
top to the following graduates: .
1 honors is Shirley Bell who has I
,. ,
b N ( been named valedictorian of Pat Baker Dexter Bender

< Mr the class. Salutatorian honors Danny Brown Sam Collins: You Be The Judge

M were awarded Annette Brown. Kenny Crocker Rocky Crocker,

Rev. Gene Chance of the Arvie Dean Johnny Waters,
MISS BELL Church of the Vicar Holy Com, John Robinson, Jimmy TuckerShuley ,,
munion will give the bacca. Bell Sandra Bonds,

I ... .-- laureate sermon. Rev. C. T. Annette Brown, Verna Dean, :
Sappington will give both the
Claudia Hughes Cindy Lee COMPARE !
invocation and benediction. In I ; '..
r the musical part of the program .. Helen Mullins, Daisy Neeley ? ., It
; Miss Nancy Hunsucker. Brenda Pollard Susan Simms
< will sing a solo and Mrs. Sidney Linda Townsend and Sandr ,.
*Martin will play the processional -, Daniel.


II In the commencement exer. Film Accord.
wises the principal address will I AND MIAMI'S CEREMONIAL MAYOR
i be given by G. L. Baxter,,, MOSCOW (AP) Soviet an c d .
| following introduction by Principal U.S. negotiators have agreed 01 .
| Joseph G. Wood. Mis;s a new financial arrangement under
|Brown will give the salutatory r the six-year-old agreemen tI .
i I speech and the valedictory address for exchanging films betweei HAYDON BURNS HIS OPPONEN '
i I will be presented by Miss; the two countries.The .
1 | Bell. new arrangement allow:S City Charter Chief Executive "Ceremonial Mayor

I I Mrs. Martin will provide the! film distributors in both coun defines duties Administrator Official Greeter" ....u

t[ traditional music and a sole) tries to negotiate directly wit!h Executive experience 15 years continuous 6 years part-time at a '

tr: I will be offered by Reggie! each other setting the price ac in public office executive leadership at a,. -salary of $4,<300.a year. ..__ "t". .
r MISS"BROWN Brown. The playing of the na-,'cording to the market value. salary of $21.000 a year 1 tr'

Administration of $91. million annually) for None
Ii IMPORTANT public tax dollars past 15 years ($1 V2 million Administration performedevery
I ONE REASON week) by $25.000 city manager ,.

Supervision of Has directed daily over None
departments and 4,600 governmental City Manager does
t WHY ARTHUR THOMPSON IS VITALLY INTERESTED IN employees employees all supervision



I 2K Road building Over $10 million in city street None
construction and cooperation with .
Expressway Authority: in more than
bringing over a billion dollars ,
$100 million in road construction. "
Industrial development Provided team leadership in None
\ bringing over a billion dollarsin
new industry and payrolls -.
to Florida .

City's economy Jacksonville recognized Miami declared econmic .
nation-wide for economic distressed area by Federal
boom which is still con- government by request
xf tinulnq without letup of Mayor High

I Capital improvements Over $350 Million in capital None
t improvements, no increase in
Ifr taxes no Federal funds
National Committees Presiding officer, U. S. None .
Conference of Mayors; .
Director American Municipal

Association; Member Civil .
BILL CATE ARTHUR BABS Defense Advisory Council
(U of F Soph.)
International Relations International Municipal ConNone j.
gress; nine official missions '- .
.;, abroad including political and .
economic of Middle ; '.t '0.
'p t 10 OTHER REASONS _._, East under auspices of '.t 1 .

... Christian Palestine Committee', ;
(made86 speeches for ; :
\ "; Israel immediately) return ? ,.
... upon .
j' QUALIFIED : ) ; Honorary Chairman .
CANDIDATE TO PROMOTE THE GROWTH Bonds for Israel 12 annual. .J. k t
I AND PROGRESS OF ALACHUA COUNTY: ;\.r.f. ;, campaigns; Headed mission ; .
; I to Berlin only 28 days after "- : i
1-Native of Alachua County ;- I Berlin Wall was built at :"x":tt -' :;
....: request of late President '.: ,
2-Owns and Operates Thompson's Hardware High Springs John F. Kennedy and State ,;

3-Deacon. High Springs Church of Christ Department; member Inter- ,'. .
American Trade Committee -
4 World War I II I Veteran Member American Legion Post 97 i .
Background experience Successful businessman, Legal practice .
I 5-Serving Third Term City Commissioner of High Springs business consultant for .>v..

\ 6-First Mayor Commissioner of High Springs major industries .-j .'

7-Member H. S. Chamber of Commerce Elks Lodge 990 The record 15 years proven, record No experience whatsoever ,

\ 8-Served as Scout Master Troop 69 Explorer Advisor Post 69

I 9-Past President Alachua County Riding Horse Association fi ,j
1 10-Interested'in Schools and Better Roads for Alachuo County .
\ Vote For The Fully-Qualified Candidate


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Williston Graduates .
High '

I' :

.0 To Get Degrees June 1 1.19, SALE 99c yd. a4a $ !-- t

WILLISTON Baccalaureate enroll in that school this fall.!
: services for the seniors of Wil
During high school career,
liston High School are scheduled 1 WONDERFUL FOR DRESSES, SPORT CLOTHES,
he has been a band member,
: next Sunday at 8 p.m. in the i
played football three years and SWIM WEAR AND FORMAL DRESSES. '
school,auditorium. was a member of the Honor
Commencement will be the Society. He was president of his
next night (June 1)) at 8 in the ninth grade, and vice presidentof HURRY! SALE IS FOR 1 WEEK ONLY %
i : auditorium. the 11th and 12th grades. At I II
; Heading the list of 39 Willis-I commencement, he is to re FloorANNUAL Q
Piece Goods
'-ton graduates, scholastically, ceive the Bausch and Lomb science Shops nd'.
award. :
are Bonita (Bunny) Petteway, .
, who is valedictorian, and Michael -

I Dean, salutatorian. S MAY WHITE SALE

II -- n'ev. Henry D. Hoyt, pastor r
*of St. Barnabas Episcopal ,
Church, will be the principal
speaker at the baccalaureate I LAST 6 DAYS! d

I services. LAST WEEK OF
:.' ;; Other ministers taking party
First Methodist Church, Rev.
C. J. Shouppe, Church of God, I
: and Dr. T. R. Harvill, First
Baptist Church. 72"xl08"Reg.. 3.09 ............. .......... ... WHITE SALE 2.19 OF THE YEAR
The music part of the program 81"x 108", Reg..3.39 ..................................WHITE SALE 2.49 r 3
will include a violin solo *
by Bill Stark and the processional w 4 PECHGLOlyo4
o and recessional by pianist 122"x108", Reg. 7.19 ...... . ...... ..... WHITE SALE 5.99 >
Mrs. Wesley Smith.Commencement .
h i g blights 39"x80", Reg. 3.39 .................:........... ..... WHITE SALE 2.49

will Petteway include, Dean addresses and Class by President Miss 54"x80", Reg.3.69 eo......:... ................. WHITE SALE 2.99 -.... ,.. i- / 'ait

Principal Ruth Geiger.L. W. Jordan will 78"x75", Reg: 7.19 ..... ...... ...... . ..... WHITE SALE 5.99 > .

present awards. County School' PILLOW,CASES, Reg. 79c ..... MAY WHITE SALE 69c ea.
t Supt. A. E. Mikell will give' Pechglo, a most delightful rayon and nylon
I' diplomas to the graduates. combination, feels luxuriously cool and,
music will include CANNON COLORED PERCALE"
, Special a
fresh as a fluff; of powder next to the skin.
vocal trio by Nancy Knight,
Carol Senterfitt and Harriette I Which is why so many devotees, who insiston
Smith. 72"xl08", FITTED! & FLAT, REG. 3.39, ................ SALE 2.79 Pechglo panties all year round,wouldn't
Lee Martin and Mrs. dream of these limited time
class Faye 81"x108", FITTED & FLAT REG. 3.79 ................ SALE 3.19 missing special
Browning are sponsors. lam' savings.

Miss Petteway, the valedictorian PILLOW CASES, REG. 89c, ...................WHITE SALE 79c ea. "
is the daughter of Mr. and YOUR FAVORITE BRIEF
Mrs. C. G. Petteway. She is to ALL CANNON PERCALES (regularly$1.25 each)
receive the DAR award at com- =
mencement and was voted the e AND MUSLINS AT WHITE SALE PRICES! now 3 for only $3.25
outstanding girl band member
this year.She has served as sec Sizes.4 to 7, in Dawn Pink or Star White.
J retary of ,the ninth grade, the 4 "ROYAL CREST" CELACLOUD FILLED MATTRESS PADS (Size 8, reg. $1.50 each, now 3 for 3.85)

FHA was on and the Student annual Council.staff and She w"\ FITTED STYLE TWIN, Reg. 4.99... SALE 3.99; FULL, Reg. 5.99 SALE 4.99 Bandeau, sizes 32 to 38, reg.

II, > was a representative of the Student -I ANCHOR BAND STYLETWIN, Reg. 3.39 ......... SALE 2.99; $2.50 each, now 3 for $6.35

Council. She plans to enrollat FULL, Reg. 4.99 ..... ..... SALE 3.99

Florida"State, the salutatorian University.Dean is. the I I ANCHOR BAND QUEEN SIZE, 60"x80", Reg. 6.99 .................:.......... .. SALE 5.99 Al.I.Ml1 Home Furnishings

son of Mr. and Mrs.J. G. Dean. ANCHOR BAND DOUBLE TWIN SIZE, 78"x76", Reg. 7.99 ................... SALE 6.99
_He attended the Summer Scien-I Floor
tific Institute at Emory University yp ANCHOR BAND KING SIZE, 76"x82", Reg. 8.99 ........................ WHITE SALE 7.99Wamsutta's WifJJVuShOpnd

: last ;year and plans to
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Tell Off MayorIn MORGAN JONES 1 s

15 Words

CHICAGO (APChicagoanswho )
can tell off Mayor Richard BATH SIZE, Regularly 1.39, BEDSPREADS
J. Daley in 15 words or less-
,. without recourse to profanitywill MAY WHITE SALE 99c
be able to do so for 85 a ... EARLY AMERICAN STYLED, REVERSIBLE.
cents starting next month. HAND SIZE, Regularly 89c, HEIRLOOM SPREADS. THE TOP QUALITY AT THIS
This was noted Friday as the __
Illinois Commerce Commission ( MAY WHITE SALE 69c [PRICE ON THE MARKET I*
authorized Western Union to put T l
a new "personal opinion" message I
CLOTH, Regularly 39c
"a ,
classification into effect WHITE SALE ,k .
J June 1.Almost. MAY WHITE SALE 29c s 3'a YR,
i anything goes in the j( 4, : c,,. TWIN OR FULL SIZE .
, citizen's "85 cents worth" as ('
long as the wording is not libelous Colors FINGER-TIP TOWELS, Reg. 39c, ,, -a.... 14.99

,:. or obscene, said C. T. Include: MAY WHITE SALE 29c
Baumgart, district manager for
H Western Union. If the messageruns SALE 10.99 : :
over 15 words, prices re-, White Pink Frost Buttercup, Blue Z; .LLB
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Sunday May 24. 1964 Gainesville Sun 7A

Holley Hits Sees 62 Per Cent I Man InjuredIn Sen. Study Gives SolutionTo thirds vote in each branch of I president until the president declared .

Congress and ratification by himself ready to resume

DemocraticPower Mishap With Pl.esidentialSuccession three-fourths of the states. his duties.

The question of. presidential 2. If the President did not

Of Demos at PollsTALLAHASSEE Side of TruckA WASHINGTON (AP-A Sen- The subcommittee chairman, disability is regarded by many .make known his inability, the

PlayPANAMA Gainesville man was re- ate subcommittee charged with Sen. Birch Bayh, D-Ind., released -as a much trickier problem than 'vice president, with the concur-

condition studying presidential succession the report' in which he the matter of presidential succession 'rence of a majority of the Cabinet

CITY (APRep.. (AP-If Flor- 'won nomination in the first pri- ported in satisfactory the laws favors a constitutional was joined by Sens. Thomas and here is the three- .! could declare the president
ida's Democrats vote true to : in which 840,083 of the yesterday at University disabled and the .
mary assume
Charles Holley of St. Petersburg Medical Center after apparently amendment to permit the presi Dodd D-Conn., Kenneth B. way procedure by which the powers
form, 62 per cent of their registered 1,277,022 Democrats participated into the side of I dent to fill a vicepresidentialvacancy Keating, R-N.Y., and Hiram''subcommittee would deal with and duties, but not the office
Republican nominee for walking a car., ,
ranks will turn out Tuesday ,approximately 65 cent. of
Gainesville police reportedthat with approval of the Fong; R-Hawaii. He said the this: -
governor, said Saturday that to choose a governor nominee '
In the 1960 election in which'arris D. E. Fulmer 317 SE 17th Senate and House. other two members, Sens.
1. Whenever the president 3. If the president disputedthe
Florida voters "indicated between two runoff candi- I
they dates. Bryant defeated Doyle, St., somehow collided with the Four members of the six-man James 0. Eastland, D-Miss., declares in writing he is unableto action of the vice presidentand

have had enough power politics That high a percentage would I Carlton Jr., for the nomination' right rear of a pickup truck Judiciary subcommittee on Con- and Everett M. Dirksen, R-IlLl discharge the powers and the Cabinet majority the

and government by special in mean 1.1 million votes divided in a field of 10 candidates, 937-' driven by D. A. Smith, 208 SW stitutional Amendments an- are studying the proposal accepted -duties of his office, the vice Congress would decide the is-

terest groups." Between> Mayor Haydon Burns of 067 of the 1,481,455 Democrats Depot at the intersection of SE nounced Saturday their agree- by the majority.The president would become acting sue.CEmOlIl .

voted in the first primary, some 17th St. and SE Third Ave. ment in principle on this meansof statement said formal notion

Making a campaign stop at a Jacksonville and Mayor Robert 63 per cent. filling a vice-presidential va- probably will be taken'
King High of Miami.In .
family reunion near here, Hol cancy such as exists now. Wednesday "and there are in-
a primary election, writein In the second primary, 928,809, Monroe County Cross
ley said that a great power votes are forbidden under an or 62 per cent, voted. They approved also alteringof dications it "will be approved !eacg
the Constitution to providefor unanimously.
struggle had been going on for of the election
, Vote Due ProbeKEY the president to delegate his It was noted that the subcommittee -
or years among Democrats. code by the secretary of state'soffice. FORINSURANCE
KhrushchevNear powers to the vice president choice is similar to a

"The fight has been for con- to releasedby WEST (AP) Machinery when the chief executive is unable -proposal submitted by the BONDS

According figures has been in motion for a to act, with Congress hav- American Bar Association.A .
trol of dollars and the
tax vot-
Secretary of State Tom Ad-
End of grand jury investigation of alleged ing the final say on whether the constitutional amendment'
ers know it," he said. ams, the 1,135,839 Democratswho voting irregularities in two-
president is incapacitated. requires approval by a 1109
voted in the May 5 first pri-
The rights of the voters have mary comprised 63 per cent of TourCAIRO State Attorney County. Lancelot Lester Support and Re-Elect- N. MAIN ST. i ;
been and Egypt .s
ignored again again
the 1,802,230 registered Demo- asked Circuit Judge Aqilino\ '5f

and taxes have been piled on top crats. Lopez Friday to convene the CLAUDE BRANDON 't : GAINESVILLEPhone .
AP-Premier Khrushchev
Adams predicted 950,000 Democrats ( -
of taxes to cover bureaucratic panel "sometime after June
returned to Cairo Satur.
would participate in the
waste. The majority of the pea to last minute 15." COUNTY COMMISSIONER
day night put
second primary, some 53 percent
Lester his
ple in Florida are conservative. of the total. ouches to a final communique supported request 375-4582
with stories thai I
They want less spending and The last election comparableto before the end of his crowd., newspaper
voting machine keys had disappeared -
b r lower taxes." this year's primary voting pleasing but tiring 17-day tour in two Key West / "The I Independent MP 1 C. Emory Cross
of pre Joe E. Rossano
> Egypt. He leaves for Moscow Candidate"Vote
i came in 1952, the year Dan Mc- i
cincts statements defeated
Holley said Friday night that Monday by plane.Khrushchev by
Carty] was elected governor over
candidates alleging fraud, and Leading Life, Fire
passage of the Liberty Amendment Brailey Odham in a field of five showing increas-, a Junior Chamber of Commerce' for the man with a proven Representing

by more states would give first primary candidates.In ing signs of strain and fatigue, report that absentee ballots cane 'I record of representing the interests and Casualty CompaniesGOVERN

i American taxpayers a stronger that year, 738,497 of the cut the last days of his official]I > bought. of ALL the people. (Pd. AdvJ ----
voice in their government, even ----- -- ----- -
119,361 registered Democrats -
: program to a bare minimum.The k .
u u never; ; b ueuuiuea; p art o f th e voted m the first primary' nearly -

U. S. Constitution.IN 66 per cent. In the second pri- Soviet leader and his party -

mary, 720,916 votes were cast, traveled to the capital from

THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE some 64 per cent. the Mediterranean seaport of I

EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN, FLORIDA. The next election came in 1954, Alexandria by train for a day of
LAW. NO.ALACHUA. 'I after McCarty's death, and pit- rest Sunday.A .

COUNTY, a Political: Subdivision ted Odham, acting Gov. Charley scheduled stop at a textile ;
of the State of Florida, I Johns and Sen. LeRoy Collins.
Petitioner, factory on the return journey to
Eddy II I Collins defeated Johns in the Cairo as well as a visit to a
Bradley et al.! .
Defendants. runoff.In steel plant were canceled.The .
NOTICE OF EMINENT DOMAIN PRO- the first primary that year,
CEEDIN3: 666,360 of the 1,215,775 Democrats last remaining piece of
IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHOR work was the official communique '
ITY OF ALACHUA COUNTY. FLORIDA: some 54 per cent, partici-
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN pated. In the second primary, of the visit, already reported ..
and to all persons and parties I'r"I"
or having any right, title interest estate 720,916 voters participated, some drawn up and agreed on by \ .
mortgage or other lien to or on those aides of Khrushchev and his : .
certain parcels of land hereinafter described 59 per cent. '.'
and the following persons together host, President Gamal Abdel
with all unknown persons claim- In the 1956 election, Collins : .' ,, '" .
Ing by. through or under known persons Nasser. f \i > .Y ..... t <," f' .1"
who are dead or who are not known to ,' .: '. : '.
be dead or alive: The communique was expected -
ALACHUA COUNTY NAMES & ADDRESSES Ford SayS to be a statement of hare

Eddy Bradley mlHe's mony that would ignore areas ; '

f Address Unknown of reported friction in the seriesof
t Alex ACRD Brown No. 37 ForJohnson private talks between the two : BOB

Kay Street leaders.
Florida :
Tampa. .
ACRD No. 38 The two men carried on their : ....:..,; .w,
Essie Mae Brown
Kay StreetTampa, Florida public debate during the visit t

ACRD No. 38 over Nasser's Pan-Arab unity
Refus Brown Single DETROIT AP-Auto maker'campaign. Khrushchev criti-

Miami ACRD Florida No. 38 Henry Ford II says he wil support -. cized it as narrowly nationalistIc j

485 Sam William Brown Street President Johnson for reelection and took the opportunity to FOR

Buffalo ACRD 8, New NO.York 38 no matter whom the propagate class struggle doc-

Ora Mae Browne Republicans nominate. trines. .
485 William -
Buffs.o ..* 'Streetk Khrushchev was reported to -

SEC-nONDJ4507-31 01 NW. 23 AVENUE Ford, board chairman of the 1 lave failed in efforts to per- .. .. t

ALACHUA COUNTY DESCRIPTIONS ]Ford Motor Co., said Friday his !;uade Nasser to soften opposiion -
ACRD No. 37 RIGHT OF WAY vote for Johnson would be his .- -. '''
Communists. :
t to domestic
That part of: ;
Quarter The East(NEV4)Half of(EV4)Section of 32 the T9S Northeast, RISE I It first for a Democratic presidential lie Egyptian strongman jailed (j 0 R'

less 10 acres described as Southeast I candidate.His J nost Communists in 1958 and
t Quarter (SE'4of Southeast Quarter
(SEV4) of Northeast Quarter (NEVfc) (nly recently released them.
lying within Fifty (SO) ft. of either side endorsement was given Nasser also was reported to
of the following described road center-
to Johnson during the Presi-
line: ]save resisted Khrushchev's rec-
Begin at the Northeast corner of Section dent's brief in Detroit.
I stopover
31. T95. R1 E. thence run South 89 deg.I mmendations to turn his ruling,
35' 28" East 3236.41 ft. to the P. C. of a
curve to the right having a delta angleof Ford described Johnson as ]party into a proletariat organ:!- ..
3 deg. 3T 40", a 0 deg. 30' curve a :zation. :
tangent of 362.91 ft.. a radius of 11. 9.16 "terrific" and predicted the
ft., thence along said curve through a The sensitive subject of Soviet -
President would have trouble
the P. T. oft no -
total arc distance of 725 ft. to
said hS deg. 5T 48"East economic aid also was said
curve 544.51 f\\.etc hOP. C. of a curve to winning in November. I to have presented obstacles to
of 7 deg. This is Bob
the left having a delta angle High-
14' SO", a 1 deg. curve a tangent of "He's doing an excellent Job I jomplete harmony. Egyptians
I and radius of 5729.58 ft.' thence
363 ft. a
along said curve through a total arc as President," Ford said. "I've were known to be counting .. '.
length of 725 ft. to the P. T. of said : Soviet ,.
heavily on a
curvethence North 86 deg. 47- II" East heard him say many times that generous .
'" -
417.32 to the the right P. C.a of 0 a deg.3 deg.30'25'curve 25"cu"e he's for all the people in the I contribution to their investmentfund .. ., .. ...

a tangent of 341.77 ft. and a radius of country for business, labor for the next five-year plan. .

through 11.459.U a; thence arc length along of said 483.33 curve ft and the general public.Ford's Khrushchev has sidesteppedthis A Southerner Born and Bred "
said curve; thence in ,
to the P. T. of thence topic public utterances

SootnW 19 deg. 4748"deg. 2' East 28" East 1415.34ft 2622.39 ft. to comments were madeas but indicated willingness to continue -

the NE comer of Section 33. T9S RISE. Johnson shook hands with
and end of said road centerline: arms shipments. Baptist Church Deacon and Sunday School Teacher
Containing 2.329 acres less existing right politicians and some of the 25-, '

OWNED of way. BY: Cherrie Harrisj Eugene 000) people who greeted him at r' r
Bullard t t wife Georgiana Bullard; 2 Starke } '" ** *.
Detroit *
Verly Ma. Wouley A husband. Tom Metropolitan Airport.The Experienced Executive : :
Wouley Eddy Bradleyi George W. President stopped brieflyen p
Jones & wife. Almetta B.Jones. '
SUBJECT TO: Interest of any unknown route to deliver the Univer-
heir, devisee and-or other claimant Youths Held .
under Eliza Johnson Decued. sity of Michigan commence- Lawyer
ment address at Ann Arbor.
That part of: Two Starke youths were jailed -
The East Half of ENortheast Quarter Johnson told the crowd: I
Quarter (NW*) yesterday on charges of contributing -
(NEV4) of Section 32. T9S. Rl Ei "This welcome moves me to Married Five Children .
side /
lying within Fifty (SO) feet of either to the delinquency of i
of the following described road centeBMbi recall an old song-"Will You
a minor after sheriff's deputies I
line: at the Northeast corner of sectIon Love Me in November as You
unable to locate two
31. T9S. R19E. thence run South 89 deg do in May?' were
35' 28" East 3236.41ton thedP.angle Gainesville High School girls
curvVto the "I don't want to forgetme
of 3 deg. 37 40", a 0 deg. 3.V curve a last seen in their company.
362.91 ft- a radius of 11.459.1fhTCSt later on in the fall," he add-

total arc distance along of said 725 South curve ft. to 85 throughT deg. 57". ed.Gov. The Tetstone youths Jr.are, 19,Ancil and Franklin Council -, This is High's Program
of said curve. W.
George Romney, a
48" East 544J1 ft. to the P. C. of a curve, Ervin Johnson, 18. Sheriff's
to the .left having curve a delta a angle tangent of 7 of deg M3 Republican who has been men- deputies said the miss'girls,, :' -
14' 50" a 1 deg. ,
radws of 572958 ft.; thence tioned as possible GOP presidential Y
ft. and a had called the boys to pick
along length said of n5 curve ft. to through tte P..a of East said arc I timber, served as offi- them up instead of attending .. Tax the Special Interests, NOT YOUR GROCERIES AND MEDICINE
g 12"
curve thence North 16 f a 2S' 25" cial greeter. school .
the P. C. 3 (leg. Thursday morning.The
N. to
617.32 curve to the right a 0 deg. 30'radius curve,of: Some Democrats seemed foursome then went to Open up New Hunting and Fishing Areas for You
and a
tangent of ft. 3-C1.77 thence ft. along said eyrvthVough ., miffed at Romney's appearance,I home. The claim I .
11.459.16 a total' arc length of 68X33 one girl's boys Bring New Payrolls to You r Counties i '. :
the P. T. of said curve thence bou U1: saying he invited himself. Re- not to have seen the girls since

89 South deg.89 47-deg 48"r East 28" East 141534 2622.39 ft.; thence ft. to: publican sources said the com- separating with one at the home I Build More and Better Schools :

the NE; CoYiir of Section 33. T9S. RUE,,o mittee which planned the air- and dropping the other off in!l I

Containing and end of said 0.680 road acres centerline less existing right: port progam had bypassed Gainesville later Thursday aft Put Proven Honesty and Ec onomy in the Governor's Chair : .

of way. Romney and that he had to ,..
OWNED BY: Mose Johnson; Anne! ernoon.
Brown Larkins Larkins Refus Brown A husband.Sam Brown i : the White House to arrange ", ,: -' ,

& wife. Ora Mae Brown Alex Brown I a spot in line.
& wife. Essie Mae Brown **
SUBJECT TO: Interest of any unknown: Detroit Free Press reporter Nq wonder

heir under, devisee LUzi Brown and-or Deceased.othee claimant Frank Beckman obtained the Louis Seafare shrimp

TAKE NOTICE that In a the Declaration abovestyledcause of: Ford interview and his paper tastes so flood-they HluH i
Taking has been filed Time for Governor Without Strings
authority by of the these Petitioner proceedings the acquiring of the copyrighted the story. Ford lat- cook it just like ."Jt'S a

taking of the above-described lands for; er made his comments avail- they do .their chicken''**
the set forth In the Petition In .
purpose -
: able to other "
this cause. vi%.: As right of way for a newsmen. Call them FR 2 6311 < "
No. NW 23 Ave : t.
portion of County Road
Ford and his brothers Benson
Florida and that t" >
In Alachua County
309 North West 13th St
Honorable Geo. L. Patten one of tht and William, generally .
Judges of the Circuit Court In the Eighth May 26 Democratic Primary -
Judicial Circuit of Florida. will, on the have been considered Republicans. *I .
19th day of May, A.D. 1964 at 11:45 But the 3'
Congressional F -
the Alachua County Courthouse at
Gainesville Florida, consider said Dec: Quarterly reported that the 1I tLl F'
laration of Taking. appoint appraiser '
and make such Order as the Court deem three Ford brothers contributed

proper.parties All Interested parties may to the appear suit and and all be $15,000 to Democratic coffers in

heard at the time and place designated: ,
You. and each of you. are hereby commanded l l .1
to the Petition to appear heretofore by filing filed an Answer In this Ford described himself Friday ROBERT KING HIGH

cause In the entitled Court on or before as an inedpendent. '/ : :
June 22 1964. to show what right title
Interest or lien you. or any of you. main !
and to the above-desulbad lands a ndb: .i

show taken cause for the why uses the and ama purpose should net not fort h -' L '
In WITNESS the Petition my filed Hand herein.and the Seal oi ; : :' : j _! I

this Court, on this 8th day of May A.D. .. ,> '
tydL ,.
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IN FLORIDA.BY AND FOR. ALACHUA COUNTY, MOVES MERCHANDISE .:.- ,'''';::;:. .. f r'':. ,"--1, ..- "
: Emily Wit.mouse .' '
Deputy Clerk '". ::: -=-- "
(Court sealsWAYNE :- ::rPd:' dv.r !
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J 8A Gainesville Sun Sunday May 24, 1964 '1

U.S. Flexing Muscles in SE AsiaWASHINGTON -. II r HUSKY, 6 H.P. RIDING MOWER.

(AP) Evidence -moved a-carrier task force into government and the International It was part of a flurry of diplomatic ,}fJti s i
was building Saturdaythat the South China Sea off South Control Commission activity centering on the\ We
the United States was -Viet Nam. ,
preparing charged with supervising Laos' strife in Laos. But the renewal
r for broader military action ,
in Southeast Asia unless the The carrier will be used to neutrality. of border conflict between Cambodia -i : RepairAll
crisis there cools off soon launch U.S. Navy Crusader jetson I The Soviet Union denounced I and South Viet Nam and

Secretary of State Dean Rusk reconnaissance missions over U.S. policy Friday as the main: increased Communist activity
unfurled the warning signals in Communist Pathet Lao areas in source of tension in Southeast against the U.S.-backed South I v =

l p a speech Friday night. He accused -Laos. Asia but backed a French call Vietnamese government stirred 6Wh'eelI !
Red North Viet Nam of One such plane swooping in for a new 14-nation conferenceto Western fears for all of South-I
4 rlw aggression against Laos and for low-level photographs, was restore peace in Laos. east Asia. I Cut Cutting Time[ Makes
reported hit by Pathet Lao I
South Viet Nam, and he declared i Ii
the South Viet Nam war ground fire but made it back to, ,Support and Re-Elect
may be expanded "if the Com- the carrier Kitty Hawk M MYERS POWER TOOLS
munists persist .in their courseof The State Department disclosed CLAUDE BRANDON ,?, ?
$ >.afGwd.Wev Nb # that the first reports from
aggression. COUNTY COMMISSIONER 230 N.E. 16th Avenue
a Ab The blunt words from the the reconnaissance flights have :!

usually mild Rusk were taken asa ,been turned over to the Laos 'The Effective t Phone FR 6.3411

R : possibility of action directly I Paid Advertising I Candidate"Vote I
against North Viet Nam, a move
that has drawn increasing discussion I.t. : for the man with a PROV- MYERS lot BETTER TOOLS

Top students at Lincoln High School's 1964 gradu- here since the Laotian EN record of experience and ,
ating class are Johnnie Lee Dennard (left), valedictorian crisis began developing a week I know-how in getting the job '

and Samuel W. Taylor, salutatorian. ago.Rusk done. Pd. Adv. I 230 N.E. 16th Ave. FR 6-3411
said the United States ,
has made it clear it is not going I - -
Lincoln High Graduates to abandon people and this he

stressed, is a signal which must

To Hear FA&M Professor be read with great care in other
capitals particularly Hanoi and "
Peking.On E- SAVE
The 40th Lincoln High School Florida with top students from I'1 AT YOU NEED .
the diplomatic front,
Commencement Exercises will the state. '
Rusk's speech before the American -,
be held Wednesday June 3 at Taylor is past president of Law Institute meeting here FEWER BOOKS I
8 p.m. in the school auditorium. the Lincoln High Science Club; also indicated the United States (
president of the Senior Class
and its allies had received no I Ij
Rev. S. R. Bright, professorof
president of the band and presi- PER GIFT
education at Florida A & M encouragement in their effortsto ,
dnt of the Homeroom Class.A
will be the persuade the Communists to
University com
four-day period of activitieswill j I
mencement end their drives in Southeast
usher in the 1964 Com- Asia. L'i i WITH

Johnnie Lee Dennard Jr. is mencement exercises. There were persistent reports
the valedictorian and Samuel Tuesday May 26 is Genera President Johnson will make' Top Value StampsQUANTITY

\V. Taylor the salutatorian of Awards Day at Lincoln, startingat some basic decisions on the U.S. 0DSTORti
Lincoln High's graduating classof 9:30: a.m.Sunday course in Southeast Asia within
139. May 31 is An:1 ual the next few days.
School Sermon at 3:30: p.m Beefing up its force in South- Sunnyland's Bob White Sliced
Dennard has been memberof
a with Rev. E. J. Rivers Jr.. east Asia the United States has RIGHTS RESERVED
the D. and R. Chapter of the pastor of the Ebenezer Metho- PRICES GOOD THRU MAY 27TH

National Society, the Senior Sci- dist Church in Jacksonville, delivering WINN-DIXIE STORES.IHe.COPYRlCOHTt1l6. .
nce Club the New Farmers of &
the ,sermon. Tax Chief 100 EXTRA STAMPS WHEN YOU BUY
America and a member of the 'Monday June 1 at 9:30 a.m. Lb.
Student Council.In is Senior Awards Day. Class Ground Beef 5 p k g. T5

1963 he was chosen to par- Night_ is at 8 p.m. Caplin IsStepping '
ticipate in the Summer Science All ceremonies will be heldin 4
Program- at the University of the Lincoln Auditorium. I Beef or Ham 3 ?;' $1. :
Out r

WASHINGTON (AP) Mortimer Sliced Ham 6-0z. Pkg. 69'
M. Caplin who sought to .
provide friendly service in what 50 EXTRA STAMPS WITH GA. BRAND ,,. ,I

kr many U.S. citizens regard as Sausage 59i
;. l-Lb. Brick ,
r an unfriendly field collecting
taxesis quitting his job as 50 EXTRA STAMPS with CHOPPED, SHAPED Q

commissioner of Internal Rev Cube Steaks T9 r
enue. 3-lb. Box syctL"

REG. 29tf Gr. A Quick Frocen Chicken .-
x His resignation effective July
10, has been accepted with regret Gizzards u,. 19 SPECIAL SAVE 10< A LB. REG. 49* A LB.
by President Johnson.

: !r Caplin, appointed as head U.S. E ii t B2 r: :it ;! t.Ttr-54-4ti: .; #"lii ill"',. ,'lll1'-'I" .;! ",. .'>I"Jt: !!I"I'r: -, '7J1-I,> :;" ::::1i

.tax: collector by the late Presi-

I.dent John F. Kennedy Feb. 7, REGULAR 4199* .. !
1961, told Johnson that "personal 1- -1j 1 r /1 FRESH

I responsibilities are compelling 100 Extra Top Value Stamps iFlo.d. '1 paTYIESaP : 1
me to leave govern- WITH THIS COUPON AND} PURCHASE OF Sn- =
ment and return to 1 1
private '
life." Boneless Turkey RoasiOooo v.ou 1 '' 1
At the time of his appointment TMM MAT 27-M : / Z 1

Caplin was a law professor at AT ANY WINN-DIXiE 1 ./. = 1a.
Address 51 i 1 1
UF Professor to the University of Virginia and a 1'' I ,e ls.i" .., s.a. woa ao.o. : i ,,
practicing lawyer in Charlottesville. 1 1

Melrose High Graduates He specialized in tax law. T= HI-ACRES Frozen CONCENTRATE i 1 MORTON FROZEN MEAT YOUNG TENDERASPARAGUS

When he took office, Caplinset 50 Extra. Top Value Stamps' Orange Juice 1 POT PIES 1' .
MELROSE Dr. James the seniors parents and guests out to encourage the taxpayer WITH IMS COUPON AND PURCHASE OFTK 1 1
Lackey, University of Florida after the graduation.The by offering friendly 1 /
professor, will give the addressat "The taxpayer is going to geta i i
class is Mrs. Da- Grab Sticks
Melrose High School com- sponsor deal assistance 6-oz 8-oz. 1
good more 19
nella M. Holden. Members of 991 5 1. LB.
mencement exercises next Fri: the class are: W. D. Beck Phil- he said. AT GOOD ANY THAU WINN-DIXIE MAT 27TH 5 CA NS ; PIES ;I
in the high school auditorIum. -
day John He aimed at expanded tax education 52 1 ,
lip Finley Harpe Leroy ,
Johnson Johnny Johnson, Wade and improved tax forms
Sue Dull won top scholastic Matchett Ralph Mathews, Dan- and instruction sheets.
honors of the graduation classof ny Moody, Mike Wallace, When he set out in 1962 to SAVE 20< THRIFTY MAID INST. Powdered
18 and was named valedic Ranee Weaver, Ann Bowen end what he called "expense account t
torian. Barbara Whitehead won Ruth Cook, Sue Dull, Glenda living" and outlined some 50 Extra Top Value Stamps r Milk Makes
second place honors and was Herren Donna Marsh Ernes- .stiff new regulations governing \W7H THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OFf 12-Qts,
selected as salutatorian. tine Matchett, Susan St. John many businessmen saw nothing THRCK PKO*. FROZEN
and Barbara Whitehead. friendly in the action. White Acre Peas VOTE
Other events on the program
After conferences some of the Gooo THRU MAT 27TH
slated to start at 8 p.m., include -, .
regulations were altered to meet AT ANY WINN-DIXIE '
: invocation and benedic- Queens Bank objections.The 53 FRE H B.AK

tion by Dr. Oland Wilson, pas job Caplin is leaving pays TOMORROW'iiiruRUik

, tor of the Melrose Baptist: Robber Caught $21,000 a year. When he was appointed -
Church; presentation of diplomas he was reputed to have REG. 21< DIXIE DARLING RYE Tuesday, May 26

by Principal Clarence C. NEW YORK (AP) A man given up a combined income of 50 Extra Top Value L Stamps _.... l-
Holden a reception honoring Bread2 331
; robbed a Corona Queens, bank and
$50,000 as professor lawyer. wrm TMTS COUPON AND niRaf st:of Loaves SECOND PRIMARY
Friday of $6,000 and was cap In accepting the resignation
Trustee '\ tured 30 minutes later, hiding Johnson praised Caplin for the
1WalkAway in a tree. Tropicana Fruit Bars REG. 2/39 DIXIE DARLING
modernization of the tax collection IT'S YOUR

Police said George Lubrano process, especially in the AT Gooo ANY THlld WINN-DIXIE MAY 277W Buns 2 -$-Cl:.. 29* DUTY
25, an unemployed Corona hair area of use of electronic computers 54 _

dresser, had entered the Queens tFOIt KftMBUBGER or WIENER)
Jail EscapeA County Savings Bank and pre ADVERTISEMENT

trustee in city jail for driv- with sented a note teller warning Joseph him Verdone to filla POPULATION INCREASE. ii.. c:. <. ,,-;;.: ..y '!;: H :' .)v41.',_ ,_ --" J1ilc ,;,::< :" v "" ;! "r" .: .' i ::-3 ', '- ,1+e!,) ,}G v).,}

ing while intoxicated walked off paper bag and "don't try By 1970 the population of the
+ .
from a work detail yesterday, anything." U.S. is expected to increase to r 1 s s
police reported. 214 million, with 67 per cent of i
Police identified the man as Verdone stuffed the bag with the people living in 184 metropolitan 1
Edward Lee Sims, a white man $6,000 in bills and pressed an ;> areas.If .

42-years-old, six feet tall, 185 alarm button. the population of your family /! -
pounds with grey hair and blue Police formed a cordon has exploded and your homeis ThftoMATo -

eyes. around the area. Several blocks getting cramped, take a look ,
at "Homes for Sale" in 1 J I I ,
Chief W. D. Joiner said that away Lubrano was found in a today'sClassified 1
Sims was helping with washingcars 30-foot tree. He had hidden the Section. You'll be 1 i
1 1
and other tasks behind the behind amazed at the number listed
money a nearby garage.
police department when he and you'll be sure to find the
The $6,000 was intact.
managed to sneak off. He had one for your family. Check now JinC!

already served most of his sen- Lubrano was charged with and be in a new home by ",.
tence, the chief said. assault and robbery. Christmas. THRIFTY MAID DEEP SOUTH ASTOR ; FOLGER'S ROYAL

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ROANOKE, Va. (APPresIdent 'Woodrum Airport, said he and f -
Baccalaureate Tonight I x d; Johnson said today Sen. :Byrd had conversed on the ll tl 4 DRAWER, FULL SUSPENSION
5"r F. chairman the from t .
Harry. Byrd D-Va. plane during trip '
STARKE-Baccalaureate serve ment test and 98 in the na % 4 of the Senate Finance Committee 1 Washington. h't'J't". LETTER
Ices for 171 graduating sen- tional merit examination. He agrees with the Presient's # J't' .,',2; REG. $5 9.95 ojl
Byrd, a strong advocate .
iors of Bradford County High has been awarded a scholar- most widely publicized !governmental economy ex- \<<,, NOW WHILE THEY LAST! ;
off the :
School will be held tonight, ship at the University of Florida lights economy at the move-turning White House. ]pressed his agreement during ; }j" $4251'\' .
starting at 8, in the high school and plans to become a Johnson, in a brief address to I their talks, Johnson said.. mow. -
auditorium, according to Principal -doctor. a crowd of well-wishers at The President flew here on :. COLORS :
.1; ; :. 1 his way to Lexingtoh, Va., to ;
Tom Casey. I He is the past president of s z. take part in dedication of the
Former Is :
The address will be given by, the Science Club, vice presi- Right George C. Marshall Library. 4Z&tkCoP'
Rev. H. Walton Grady, pastorof dent of the Future Physicians ; IDAHO, FALLS Idaho AP) Paid Advertising
the Starke Presbyterian Club, member of the Beta Club 4 -Alva C. Harris has been citedin .
I Church. Rev. John Brabham, and National Thespian Society an Idaho Falls City Ccurt Of f ics Oitjttttrt
:A pastor of the Starke Methodist and has participated three complaint for failure to obtain a & Ave., Gainesville, Florid _
Church, will give both the in- times in the State Science ,p-' '. ....r _rJENKINS $. .) building permit. .e 601 W. University
vocation and the benediction. Fair. His hobbies, are readingand 1- J. He's the former city building Ph. FR 2-2555 .:
Music will be furnished by the amateur microscopy. WAGER commissioner. I -
high school band and chorus
Graduation exercises will beheld Sandra Mogelvang and Joan Hamilton, Jeff Warren, Gene
Valedictorian of the class is Friday, June 5, in the Mezewski.( Pass and Richard Wainwright Buy Now and Stay Cool ALL Summer
Ernest Jenkins who scored 485 auditorium, starting at 8 p.m. ,
Junior class members taking The senior class is leaving
in a senior placement test, and The program will include an ,
part in the exercises are: Elaine on a trip to Washington, D. C
who earned a 98 per cent score invocation by Rev. W. H. Hogan !
Strickland, Vicki Struth, Marla and New York City on Ma Y
in a national merit examination.He pastor of the First Baptist
Vloore, Jane Adams Mark 30 and will return on June 5 HomeCooling
by Wager and talks on "Young -
has been awarded two
Person and the Stranger" by
scholarships-one for prepar- Janelle Bullington and MarthaS. I Support and Re-Elect _
ation of teachers and a basket _
ball scholarship to the St Johns N9 SO9vnv S9Xi.
River Junior College in Palatka., The farewell address will be CLAUDE BRANDON
He has served as an officer ol given by Jenkins, and diplomaswill :
the Beta Club, and was a member be awarded by School COUNTY COMMISSIONER .
of the student House oi: Supt. Harmon Morgan. Music
, Representatives during his sea. will be supplied by the school "The All-County Candidate"" _
ior year. He likes mathematics: band and chorus.
t and plans,to enter the engineering LJJrEAE
field Senior class sponsors are Vote for the man with a PROV- -
possibly as a teacher.
Charlie Cowan, Paul Hutchins, EN record of representing the
John Wager, the salutatorian, Marion Payne, Walter Sistrunk, ENTIRE county. Pd. Adv.
scored 477 on the senior place. Maxine Gibson, Evelyn Haney, I ..N' M.1K -


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-lOA Gainesville Sun Sunday, May 24, 1964 __ ._ _
47 Grads |will also be held in the high Oust LecturerLONDON I
I school auditorium, starting at 8 I
7.m. (AP) An American
At Union lecturer has been asked by
the Home Office to leave
4,;$ h 7b Dillon ReturnsBONN Britain. No reason was given, ,
but his friends believe it is because
7 E County High
{' h Germany (AP) Sec- .
of his pacifist activities.The L
q T t 9 retary of the Treasury Douglas
LAKE BUTLER A total of Dillon flew back to the United American is Bertram
4 {4 47 students of Union county States Saturday after a 24-hour Benson, 39, a lecturer in psy-
High School will be graduatedhere visit to Bonn where he endorsed chology who arrived here in
4 .r7 r .hr in exercises slated for June West German plans to fight in- August 1961 on a threemonthvisa.

II 5, according to Principal AlbertH. flation in Europe by cutting His visa was subsequently

R +' Rumph.He tariffs. extended several times.

::; said baccalaureate exer- I .
43 cises will be held Sunday, May
y. 31, in the high school audi MAKE EVERY
| )e torium, starting at 8 p.m., and
that the address will be given DRIVE A

by Rev. David Wheeler, pastorof SAFETY DRIVEGive e .
the Lake Butler Church of I

4i Rumph said the honor students Your Car A Physical ExaminationAt
will not be named until i A Gainesville Safety Circle. G
N y after June 1, when all gradesfor I i Insurance
the current term will be Jack Simmons Agency

.u.............___ available for comparison.The ,
4H8 N. MAIN 372-1156 1
graduation ceremonies

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Albert, the University of Florida's mascot, is back on the campus after a two-
month sojourn to North Florida. He was returned to Student Body President
I Ken Kennedy Friday by officers of the Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish
Commission who captured him from Cypress Pond in Leon County. The wild. ivA FRIENDLY REMINDER FROM FOOD FAIR; .

l'' life officers say they are sure the 'gator is the University's Albert. "We Q YOUR CHOICE. BUT
: asked him," they said. VOTE FOR THE CANDIDATE .

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1 ? Our T owni..j,.. J I I' : rr' VOTEELECTION I BAY ISI'

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ya l P, I" For a short man he was tall left the auditorium monkey on QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED SUNNY LAND'S
8i :with anger. the backs of US officials. BREAKFAST SPECIAL I CARDINAL BRAND SLICED

: Eugene Ormandy stood red- Like the "see no-hear no-say .
aced with his back to the BACON
111 i au- no" monkeys, city officials did
dience. not have to squirm uncomfortably BACON
The man who has conducted ; Wednesday night while .
HmcBSflM tTwaEHBOi performances of the Philadelphia Eugene Ormandy fumed.
'{( EGG SALE !
11'I: ) MIKELL I Orchestra in Europe and I The city's "Let George do it"
} I the U. S. stood beneath
throughout philosophy might bear _
.. ... ... so me
J a basketball goal in Florida scrutiny, however. Particularly
Gym and refused to lift his if return engagements by the

I 11 I I I :gvI baton. Eugene Ormandys are desired. r

I < Ignoring the gymnasium Itself Assuming that spending $6 LB
between the poor lightingand million worth of public funds
loud air conditioning, the calls for allocation where thereis PKG 3
I : conditions were what you might the most need the old argu- 1
call trying. ments that
were rejected by the
ta For more than five minutes, city commission in designating
he stood and waited while workers priority projects for the bond issue '

toyed with the lights. might be mentally rehashed. FLA. GRADE "A" FRESH LARGE
The audience .
that had mur- .rQN .
a t a mured questions at first satin' Rehashed not in the light of
;: embarrassed silence. any type of recall action. ThisIs

Although he was gracious legally impossible. The re-
I about the situation the next day hash could probably only come BLUE RIBBON E G G 5
I i facilities available to the. in the about form city of a and-or citizens county demand QUALITY FRESHGROUNDBEEF

I noted group at a reception after budgets.
the performance.
Since of the _
some offici-
It is unfair to criticize a university city _
GREEN I that has struggled to als may have missed the em- ;
barrassment of Wednesday's fiasco .
maintain a noteworthy concert
I perhaps some of the
large 399
schedule despite primitive ac-
BroiisoiiHigh commodations.It crowd who attended and ma y ..J DZ
have felt like a barefoot straw-
is equally unfair to expect IN
berry picker at a debutante ball -
i Has perform artists to under accept a handicap invitations system to- might like to convey their reactions"'.-. ..nnr... CTN 11 -
to city or county officials -
I that includes.
23 GradsBRONSON I 1. A stage in the gym composed .before the next budgets are OR
of lots and lots of tables
Bobby Mikell that are relatively unwobbly but I a public service the Sun YOUR PURCHASE OF $2.50 OR MOREl
valedictorian and Bryan Green whose spindly maze of legs haveto offers the following list: I .

salutatorian, head up the list be hidden by lots and lots CITY OF GAINESVILLE .: ..__ ____ _. ._:. ':.t.
of 23 Bronson High School grad of bushy little palm trees. City Manager, Bill Green, city CLO ROXNL029
uates who are to receive their 2. Makeshift acoustical 1 hall telephone 372-4231; Mayor
diplomas at commencement exercises -devices that do little to direct Howard McKinney, 372-3617; (
next Friday night. the sound toward the masses Commissioner Alan Sutherland ; rt t
Tonight, the seniors will attend either seated in stiff backed 372-0411; Commissioner :: .;:" : "
baccalaureate services in the chairs on the gym floor or on Byron Winn 376-5329 and Com- y ,..v.. ',( ',.
high school auditorium. The backless narrow bleachers that missioner James Richardson. 1} <}*' .',4 l- loll' >:.'?: '
services will begin at 8 p. m., make one feel like he is seatedon !376-3261 and Commissioner Ed :(, : :,; ;' '
: :. .::
with Rev. Charles Swaggerton '
a very starved ruler. I Turlington 372-4392. : : ,: > :,
of the Otter Creek Baptist 3. Competing with an air conditioning -I Should you feel that there is ,r 'yyy 1.A" .
i Church as the speaker. system that sounds likea chance that the city and county U .. .JI. : ; Ak ,. J1';
11 Other ministers taking partin junior grade wind tunnel and might be able to work out some '
the services will include cancels out the net effect of cooperative type auditorium, FYNE-TASTE. SAVE 10*
Rev. Robert Lenz Rev. Joe I the makeshift acoustical devices these are the county numbers:
W. C. Sullivan will play the 4. Subjecting ballet groups toa ALSAdministrative Assist- REAL CHINAWARE LOVELY
processional and recessional.The University of Florida auditorium -.ant to the County Commission, .
commencement program stage floor that makes Howard Weston, 372-6373. Com- FYNE-TASTE CANNED SOFT
starting at 8 p.m. in the school the dancers sound like a groupof missioner Chairman G. M. Davis WEEK'S BONUS BUYCOFFEE....,..
auditorium will include talks 504* MOftE dkPE'R 12o $|00
very loud mice as they and Commissioners Edgar DRINKS 15
by salutatorian Green valedictorian CANS I
squeak across the floor. Johnson Jack Durrance, Claude
Mikell and the class
'I presIdent Fortunately the University Brandon and Sid Martin can al-
Carline Morrison. SAVE 25 ON 5 FF FROZEN ORANGE CUP
Principal Theron Morrison sets: the bad name because the so usually be reached daily at *
City of Gainesville has adeptly the courthouse number.
will present awards. The diplomas same I 6e: *
I will be presented by i. I I I I :JUICE 5 CANS 99 REGULAR$ VALUE.

School Supt. A. E. Mikell.
I Rev. Charles Rogers will give UF CalendarMay
the invocation. Music will include I II
a solo by Mrs. Marguerite ( 24-31, 1964) May 23-26 Garden Club LADY FAIR FAMILY SIZE _i I 000 o
Rogers. Monday University Religious Short Course Broward Hall H ROUND REG 29* VALUE
The valedictorian is the son Association Rabbi Sidney May 22-June 5 Agency for POUND CAKE
of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Mikell. M. Lefkowitz "Religion in the International[ Devel o p m e n I t -
He was a Beta Club and FFA Public Schools," College of Law ([AID) Training Program, ;
member and lettered in football Auditorium 8 p.m. Broward Hall. IOoz FRESH FIRM RIPE -_-
f and track. Mikell is plan- Faculty Christian Fellow- May 27-28 DARE Conference CUT 25e EACH
ning to attend Central Florida ship Luncheon, Rabbi Lefko- McCarty Hall I
I Junior College in Ocala. I witz, "Some Basic Differences ExhibitsMay TOMATOES :
I Green the salutatorian is the;Between Our Religions" Florida Glenn Alps, Collo- $
son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph B. Room Norman Hall 12:30: graphs, Western Association of I REAL SOUTHERNFAVORITELADY .
\ Green. He will attend the University Art Museums, Bryan Lounge. N EW FAIR WITH EACH $5.00 PURCHASE
of Florida with a grant p.m.Tuesday Forum Committee Florida Union

I in-aid under the National Defense Lecture Jack Funkhouser, May Visual Craft of Willi. KEY LIME PIE 2 '
I Education Act. Green received "Fine Arts in the Last Four am Golden, American Instituteof GET 1 PIECE WITH 5.00 PURCHASE..
\ the Bronson PTA scholarship Years," Florida Union AuditorIum Graphic Art. Florida Union: PIECES WITH 10.00 PURCHASE...'
this year. le lettered in 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Sidney North Wing Gallery.Translator. I 8" 3 PIECES WITH 15.00 AND SO OH.
football and member of I
was a Lefkowitz, "Reflections The 4910 CTNS
the FFA and Beta Club.
Vanishing American Jew," Hil- Dies i 1 I
Mrs. Dorothy Martin is sponsor .
lel Foundation, 7:30
of the senior class which p.m. I I
Wednesday Twilight Con- VERONA, Italy (AP) Giu- LOVELY COMPLETER
has as its.motto. : "Not at. the r---b---------:
I cert, Summer Gator Band, Plaza seppe. Barni, a poet who translated
but climbing.
/ top of the Americas 6:45 p.m. Shakespeare's "Romec !rI FRESH CRISP JUMBOCELERY
Friday Baseball Perry and Juliet" into the dialect of i FREE EXTRAMERCHANTS I PIECES ON SALE'
Sign ContractNEW Field.Florida.State University. the legendary lovers' home town I GREEN STAMPS :
2 p.m. died here Saturday. wrm MS COUTON AB MCMAH c* 10e
DELHI, India (AP- Saturday Baseball, P erry Barni 73, specialized in writ-I 1 \E 11 ee) LADY FAIR STICK STALK IJ SPECIAL PRICES.
India and the Soviet Union Field Florida State University, ing poems in the Veronese dia- CAKE DONUTS

signed a contract Saturday loan aid for 2 p.m. lect of Italian. He translated _.:-'-00114-----$_-._3.2144-.a..._.o.-c.4.1...:...". ...........e.e..e............................'
in Soviet
$49 million Conferences Shakespeare's "The Taming of .
for construction of a plant ti o And Short Courses the Shrew" as well as "Romeo

manufacture heavy electrical, May J8-29 Real Estate Appraisal and Juliet" .into the local dialect .
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I Sunday, May 24, 1964 Gainesville Sun HA
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lis/ase/ Fens Prison Commissioner Frank I 3

Lee said the first cases of hepa- Five Take Places Collegians Murder Charge Final End
'risen Iniimes
titis appeared about the first of

the year. He said a blood plas- Injured '
ill GOMERY, Al ;(AP-
.in outbreak of infections, Jiepa-' ma program in which prisonershad To Battle Aboard
Itis a Alabama's Kill 1 Prison participated since December On GHS Hall of FameFour In Crash Shrimper

I lias :'eft 3 inmates deal1 and 19' 1932:) had been discontinued,

hospitalized.) I even though doctors determined Three University of Florida TAMPA AP-A first degree I Neal Welch, FBI agent who ost. He told us the captain was
I The iast death repo ed was there apparently is no connec- boys and one girl have President for Academic Affairs students continued under inten- murder warrant was served Sat- boarded the Point Swift to serve I.ost."

/that.of1 David McLeod )'{no succumbed tion between the plasma program been named to the Gainesville Robert Mautz delivering the sive medical care yesterday for urday aboard a ,Coast Guard the warrant on .Weaver, said A body recovered in the Obre
l, to the live 'disease and the hepatitis out High School Hall of Fame in graduation address.A injuries suffered when their cutter in Tampa Bay as the aftermath that on or about May 10, Schuck jon River near Frontera bore
Thursday night. breaks. the annual tradition which her rehearsal for the graduation -auto overturned on SR 325 near : of a struggle tothe had been ashore, came back to I hree stab wounds in the rib cag
(i -- --- -' alds graduation exercises in ceremony will be at 1 p.m. Cross Creek. death between a shrimp boat the; Golden Net and was weighing md the ,throat was cut.
I" 'Alachua County's largest high in the Florida Gym on graduation captain and his mate. anchor when an argument .
ENJOY FLORIDA LIVING IN A 1 school. day.Parents. The students were M e 1 v i n
broke out, apparently over
have arranged an all- Black, 20, and John Howard, 19, The FBI charged Henry Weaver -
I Ann Weimer, who was named ,night revelry for the graduates of 311 Northeast 9th St., and 23, the skinny mate aboardthe whether to leave or stay. I ElectricalRoom

j.FLORIDA: Swimming Pop I It. to the select five in the cate- :following the ceremony. The Frances Mercer, 19, Box 4314. 72-foot Golden Net, with the I "A struggle took place and the

gory of Citizenship, was the :.festivities will start with a reception The three were rushed to death of Capt. William Schuck, captain went o\'erboard-off the I Size Heaters
lone girl to be honored. on the Mall at GHS Alachua General Hospital after i 41, a former Polk County deputy bow," Welch told reporters. "We II
i t. by Rive Construction Co.A Others named were Sam Mar- with parents, friends, and relatives the accident Friday afternoon. sheriff from Bartow, "on or believe it may be possible that Residential. Commercial
tin, Student Body President; on hand.FolIowing Later, Miss Mercer was trans-'about May 10" in the Gulf of the captain climbed back: Industrial
Rhines, Scholars hip Mexico. aboard. Then the struggle con! CALL
QUALI'Y POOL Backed by a Wally ; the reception will ferred to a Miami hospital for! I
t FULL 5, YEAR WARRANTY Henry Churchill, Fine Arts; and be a dance lasting until 3 a.m.A treatment of a fractured leg.I Weaver, a Negro, was broughtto tinued. He (Weaver) told us the! C. P. Dressier
IJay Wilson, Athletics. swim at Tampa aboard the Coast captain was armed with a hatch
breakfast and party She ,
was reported in fair condi- '
I Four days of graduation rites the Club will off Guard cutter Point Swift Satur- et. Weaver was armed with ai Electrical Contractor
Faculty cap
2 SIZES- x'32 and 20x40 for the big GHS Senior Class of the celebration. ion.Howard day, the Golden Net in tow. knife. !j Phone FR 6-5193
I'\ Pried at $3,000 to $3,500 485 gets under way next Sun- was transferred to The FBI said Weaver had "The captain was then again]!. 910 N.W. 4th St.
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ice at the First, Baptist Churchat Counties Center and reported in fair three or four years and cameo

EACH POOL YOU CET 4 p.m. Rev. Fred Laughon condition. : Tampa in March. He was From $
Filter System Simmer Pool Brush Diving Board will deliver the baccalaureate Black also was reported in hired April and left with Cap
address. Fix Voting fair condition by Alachua Gen- tain Shuck aboard the Golden
Pool Light TestCit Step Ladder Vacuum Cleaner
Class eral. He was reported suffering
I : i Tuesday, June Net the next day.
Leaf Net Night. At 7:30 p.m. in the J. A. ,head and other injuries., The trip to the Campeche i .
CALL FOP FEE ESTIMATE NO OBLIGATION Pound Auditorium Principal 1 Machines The Florida Highway Patrol shrimp beds off the Yucatan
i William S. Talbot will presentthe reported Black said he lost control Peninsula took about 100 hours
RIVERS CONSTRUCTION CO. scholarship awards to top' FORT MYERS (AP-Lee) and of the car after swerving to and after arrival the men occa-

'y J909( students. Collier counties have decided to avoid a truck backing on to the sionally went ashore together.
1 EAST 5th STREET Wednesday, June 3 is the big lock their voting machines on highway. They were described as "the
DIAL: 62-7049 OCALA, Graduation ceremonies No charges filed. best of firends."
day. are the levers that were to have con- were
I, 62-7048 FLA. set for 8 p.m. in the University tained the Republican convention ------

t of Florida Gym with UF Vice delegate slates. Voters will .. Pen and
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\ SHOPSHOPSHOP 'I instead.Hillsborough County decided $1400
1\i s to paste the designation "official Still UncertainWASHINGTON

I' i&ta presidential the preference appropriate primary"n spotson ., plus fed. tax

i the machines. (APSen.. closed-door efforts to wrap up z M1 l
IN GAINESVILLE Richard B. Russell, leader of package of amendments whit '
The actions taken after '
were y ; Ideal For
\ : Southern forces, declared Saturday they hope will produce the need I .-
: :? Drop off your dry cleaning on State GOP Chairman Tom Fairfield s Gift
; that Senate leaders "do ed cloture votes.
Brown obtained court or Giving
your way to work at any : not now have the votes to gag These efforts have run into
ders. He said he would seek
us" with cloture in the civil some difficulties but both
l Democratic -
of our plants, and pick it up writs of mandamus in a total
of 29 counties if changes were.. rights debate. and Republican leader STUNNING 14 KARAT GOLD-FILLE R
on your wo/ home. not made in the ballots. Nor, he added, have the Dixie said they were confident th<
Collier and Charlotte senators fighting the bill been proposed changes would be ir I
i courts issued the writs Friday count able to muster the one-third shape to introduce formally nexl A gift of everlasting beauty and usefulness
I 3 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU t support needed to block a move week. tt'Ii
They had previously been issued
All in and Lee. to limit debate. They agreed, however, thai '
Dry Cleaning Done Premises Hillsborough
on Thus he indicated that if there CHESNUT OFFICE
l' Brown says that the ballot ha a would be no floor actio: i
: cloture vote were taken new, during the week, largely be
3 :.D Y SPECIAL: Mon., May 18, Tues., May 19, Wed., May 204&hort been constructed to give an edge, the outcome would depend on caus of an expected high rat
to the slate headed by U. S. Rep ;[ CO. Inc.
: the undetermined of of absenteism. EQUIPMENT
f) William Cramer, which i. positions a The Senate wil l ,
handful of senators. recess from Thursday to th< I
J. Garments such as Trousers Skirts, pledged ter of to Arizona.Sen. Barry Brown Goldwa is a "There are four or five votes following Monday for a lon q 105 W. UNIVERSITY AyE. PHONE FR 2-8421

A member of the opposing slate wedon't know where they're going Memorial Day weekend.
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said in interview.
an I
I Brown asked four changes, in
: It takes two-thirds of the
Coats sertion of the phrases "vote [mone" sen
/ Sport and "official presidentia i ators present and voting to shutoff I

i preference primary" and shifting prolonged debate with clo-!I I REPUBLICANSGO
This would 67 if all
of the levers so that the voter ture. mean
4 for 1.49 is certain which slate he i 100 senators were recorded. I
for. Republican senators had their
i third caucus on the measure' GOLDWATER!
Afterward GOP
Friday. -
I l CAR COATS AND FANCY THINGS! NOT INCLUDED AT TBH PRICE I of the civil rights supporters bill VOTE For Candidates preferring Barry Goldwater :
The said they thought they would TUESDAY, MAY 26 PRIMARY PULL LEVER 7C .
have enouga votes, with the I
Democrats, to invoke cloture This is the official Goldwater slate authorized by Senator Barry

CapitolBy when the showdown: comes. Goldwater in accordance with Florida law, and headed by our

But various senators had dif- Florida Congressman William C. Cramer.
FREE FREE FREEWhile ferent estimates of how many
THE ASSOCIATED PRES::S GOP votes would be needed.
I WASHINGTON (AP) In to e And both Republican and Dem- WHY WE NEED SEN. BARRY GOLDWATER

t Last news from Washington:. ocratic proponents said they are 1. Barry Goldwater is the unifying force for American regardless of race creed or color.
They counting on President Johnson the GOP-the single most popular man in 6. Barry Goldwater is a practical business-
r EYES RIGHT: Luci Baine s all sections of the country, north, south man who successfully managed a business
'j Car Litter Bags for our customers at all three plants to win over the few senators east and west. and met a payroll, even during the
Johnson has i
I a summer job n still on the fence.Republican : 2. Barry Goldwater Is an experienced lawDepression..
ij for ThemDON'T sight. Leader Evertt maker with 11 years service in the United 7. Barry Goldwater Is a World War II vet-
.I The President's daughter, If 6 i, States Senate, our Nation's most important eran .and jet pilot-presently a major gen-
J M. Dirksn of Illinois said he
BEAs eral in the U.. S. Air! Reserve-who knows
is going to work three days a doubted whether a cloture move legislative body. we must remain militarily strong.
I A LITTER BUG 3. Barry Goldwater has traveled I widely I and
week for optometrist Robert /,L. could be made before the second is acclaimed expert in foreign affairs 8. Barry Goldwater is a man devoted to his
.a widely family, with a lovely wife and four children.
Kraskin, who has been givin g week in June. But he said I who will liad.the. Free World to greater 9. Barry Goldwater is an extraodinary all- ,
\ her visual exercises to help he r the Senate would have to finish I I unity and utlOl1. in the Cold War. American man author explorer linguist,
eyes. work on the bill in June because I 4. Barry Goldwater is a fiscal conservativewho historian pilot, photographer, "ham" radio

Please lelp us to serve you better by always having your delivery receipt with Kraskin is enthusiastic aboii!It of a large backlog of work. I tax structure believes in which a balanced will promote budget economic and .a operator 1 O. Barry: and Goldwater athlete is a dedicated Party ,

I the potential of the new en 1And less than two months;I growth and individual initiative. man who will actively support every Repub-
you. evtry garment that ploye. away is the Republican National 5. Barry Goldwater is a staunch defender lican running for office at the local, state
SUPERSONIC TRANSPORT': Convention which opens July of personal freedom and the rights of every and Federal levels.

I Government plans for develop>- 13 in San Francisco. .
.I ment of a supersonic airliner a PFor only the third Saturday FOR FREE RIDE TO THE
pear Saturday to be closer 1 to; since the debate belan March
take-off. 9, the Senate did not meet yes,
:/ ovR Odorless dry cleaning The Federal Aviation Agenc y
terday. HEADQUARTERS FR 6-5896
/ FRESH AS A FLOWERIN Friday invited four manufactui r- Leaders have sharply eased!

1 a l JUST ONE HOUR ClE AN ERS ers to Washington to discus,S the pressure on floor sessions: (Pd. Adr.) 'I
\, inoxc -- contracts which may total a!lS while they concentrated or I
I't h ::__-'-- PLANT NO. 2 the ntott In DRY IYEM sls .much as.$24 million. J
I NIXON: A Washington doctc
In the Gainesville Shopping I has come up with the theor

P.ANT, NO. 1 3-hour Center shirt with laundering Drive-In and Service one I that a minor injury to his kne Elect HAYDON BURNS
hour dry cleaning. PLANT NO. 3 I cap may have cost RepublicaRichard n
I offering a Convenient curb ser- M. Nixon the preside-
vice. Dry\ leaning and Shirt 130 N.W. 10th AVE. 3 hour shirt laundering and one I in 1960. -
Service. riw.l hour dry cleaning. cy The idea is advanced by Di r. -cFLORIDA'S: ; NEXTGOVERNOR
13th ST. I
319 316 N. Main Street
11W. Frank N. Miller, a Georg
Washington University Medic
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.. School pathologist. _
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II f Re-Elect and Keep Native of Louisville years., Kentucky, he was born on St. Patrick's

CLAUDEBRAN.DON Haydon Burns Day. left a business career in Jacksonville to serve

( a A= as a Naval Officer in World War II. His post-war
I background in private life includes work in ex-
ecutive capacity as both a business consultant ando
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auditorium. Rev. A. R. Wind- 22-oz. size 89c. I
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will hand out the diplomas. NU-SOFT FABRIC SOFTNER
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|( at Springfield is concerned.A W.d. May 27. 1..4 J .> <
simple burial service for t"i".....J .
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Texas,marked the close of ,
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cemetery. r
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24-28, mostly 28. I

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a N Released Heinz Brandt From I Mining, Rail Stocks Major a w. For Our Personal

E.German Jail I Activity in Sluggish Weel i Brand of Service/

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BERLIN (AP-Heinz Brandt, 7' $ ia We Want You To Meet

West German trade. union journalist 25>m ork Strnrs ing conditions and earlier more complexion. And personal income Our

I whose arrest aroused an By 1HOMAS E. MULLANEY profitable retirement for work- and retail sales also are 1 Employees.

international furor 13 Financial Editor i showing fresh gains.
was released ers.Both
SMITH NEW YORK General Motors and --- ---
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Saturday from an East The Commerce Department itc I
German jail. readings on the state of the Ford, at stockholder meetingslast CANOVA
r reported that orders flow-
Local Boy Set economy last week were more week indicated they would
ing to manufacturers of durable
His release after serving two bullish than bearish, but they, take a firm stand for "non-in-
For GraduationWalter years of a 13-year sentence, was failed to generate any great t flationary" contract agree-: goods jumped 7 per cent: last
announced by the official month to $20.6 billion, after sea- ..
East enthusiasm among investors. ments. The two companies also PharmacyAward
sonal adjustment. This
Edward Smith, son of German news agency ADN. It The stock market, as a result, reported that their business, was a
new It followed
peak. two
Mrs. Carl Graves, 1420 SE 41st gave no reason. endured another week of gen- strong all year, was losing none months of small declines in Goes

Place, graduates tomorrow from erally restricted -. of its momentum.
Brandt, 54, was sentenced on this key business indicator.
; Carlisle Military School in South 10 price movements Ford testified to its general
May 1962, for allegedly
spy- confidence in the economic out- I .
I Carolina. ing for the West German Social and Week Steel production seems. to To Caiiova $ S.
Mr. and Mrs. Graves, left to- Democratic party the West Ger- moderate trading look by announcing a $1.1 bil- have reached its peak, and so! ft :

t day for Bamberg, S. C. to attend man intelligence service and the activity. in lion expansion program for 1965 has automotive output. If gainslie F. Allan Canova, veteran 'i I

the ceremonies. Agency. The stock Business and 1966 on top of this year's ahead, they are likely to be Gainesville l 'fit .. .. .J
market re- planned $500 million outlay. small before the normal year- drug company operator -
General Motors said it was the recipient of the EVONNE CLINE .
sponded d r a- ex- end pickup in the fall. 4;
I STOCKMARKET matically but pects the market potential in With uncertainty overhangingthe Dr. James H. Beal award in Head "

FLASHES briefly last week to two devel- the free world for cars and upcoming auto wage talks, Clearwater last week. Bookkeeper

: opments: The agreement between trucks to increase 25 per cent the auto stocks declined 1 ast
The award honors Florida
the Pennsylvania and the by 1970 to 23 million vehicles a week. The rest of the marketwas Evonne with assistance
some -
NEW YORK .(AP-A rally by what to the rest of the stock New York Central railroads year. mixed with declines out- registered pharmacists who is responsible for

excitement list and gave the market its with 17 labor unions on the protection There seemed to be less con- numbering advances 728 to 611. ,have made the greatest contri- keeping your account in

discoveries over companies of mineral with wealth new only advance of the week. of employe rights in the cern about the dangers of in- The most active stock for the bution to the profession duringthe order, checks and deposits

highlighted an irregular stock Stocks were down sharply on event of their longprojectedmerger flation this 'year among economists week was Texas Gulf Sulphur, past five years. properly filed and generally -

market week. Monday and Tuesday. Thursdayand wins approval, and the and analysts at'last which was off 38 points on a shows you how you how
I Friday witnessed an irreg- continued appetite of investorsfor week's meeting of the National turnover of 1,414,300 shares. It Canova has operated the Can-
Rail shares advanced vigor- you spent your money.
performance. stocks of mining companies Industrial Conference Board in was followed by Occidental Petroleum ova Drug Co. here for 30 years.
ously on Wednesday in
response -
| to news that Pennsylvania The this Dow Jones industrial average -reporting new ore discoveries. New York, where the general up 4 on 551,200 shares; He has served on the State

J Railroad and New York to 82.87. week declined 5.36 Even mining companies that tenor was a quiet but confident Chrysler, off 1% on 312,000 Board of Pharmacy since 1955

1 Central had signed an agree- The Dow Jones had nothing to report shared in mood of optimism.One shares; Boeing, up 2% on 279- when he was appointed by Gov.

. ment with 17 rail unions on job ever, kept rails, how- the speculative fever. of the most salutary de- 200 shares, and Xerox, up 4% Leroy Collins. He was twice re- Do You Have
a husky advance
Ii protection measures, eliminat- 5.71 at 207.29.In of The railroad pact helped push velopments so far has been the on 252,400 shares. appointed, by Gov. Collins and

ing a major hurdle to the proposed the list of 1,523 issues trad- the railroad component of lead- orderly and conservative up- Changes in the popular averages Gov. Farris Bryant. Since 1956 S

merger of the two big! ed this week, 728 declined and ing rail stock averages to their turn in the general economy. were again small last he has served as executive A Book LikeThis

I carriers. 611 advanced.The best gains in two years. The Feared excesses in consumer I I veek The New York Times secretary.

Many other railroads are in-I Associated Press aver- Dow Jones rail index re- price increases and inventory :I!'j ombined average of 50 storks Only members of the Florida From UCB?

I volved in merger possibilitiesso age of 60 stocks took a small peatedly scaled historic highs. accumulation have failed toI eased 2.12 points to 482.28, and State Pharmaceutical Associ-

the ,Central-Pennsy agree-!! loss of .4 at 306.8. But there was no followthroughin materialize so far. the Dow-Jones industrial com- ation are eligible for the award.

ment seemed like a milestone. Volume for the week totaled the industrial sector. Wall Street's traders and ponent declined 5.36 points ,to Winners are selected by past

in the rocky road to rail mergers -23,810,207 shares compared with Continued interest in the technicians are still convincedthat 820.87. presidents of the FSPA.

in general. 25,505,050 the previous week. mining stocks failed again to in- 900 in the Dow Jones industrials f

The rail rally spread someRoundup U.S. government bond prices fect other sectors of the market. will be achieved before i 0y
settled back small fractionslast Many Wall Street technicianswere the year is out. The index I! ACT NOWMO! DAYS ONLY :
ended last week at 82087.
week to end a fourweekrise pleased that no sympa- \
f [ to 1964 peaks. Corporate the tic interest developed What fosters such confidence?

I:, posted equally small gains in a throughout the market. Most It is simply that the tax cut I ccl

continuation of last week's prefer to see speculative inter- will stimulate a markedly higher -! 1

f AccidentInvolved move that produced the first est held under tight reins at level of business activity I .

advance in three months.Of this time. later in the year.It 9
I In accidents 574 issues traded, 279 ad- At midweek the automotive would seem that some of

I the Gainesville Police vanced, 169 declined, 126 were stocks came in for considerable! the predicted stimulus from the FTTE1? todd

Department and Alachua unchanged, 6 2 set new highs attention. Later the United I tax cut is finally taking shape. d

County Sheriff's office within and 27 were at 1964 lows. Automobile workers let it be! The most significant business Ui. t w

the past 24 hours were: Volume totaled $47,037,000par known that its chief target ir I statistic last week the report "" /' -

Woodrow Seay, 1751 SE 17th value compared with $51- this summer's contract negotia,. on new orders for durable goods 1I

,I Place, and Francis Damphier, 748,000 the previous week. tions would be improved work. had a very definite bullish

1503 SE 7th Ave., at E. Univ. ....q" ,
Ave. and 7th Ave. at 12:29 p.m.! r-

yesterday. Commercials Pay Better, I t y M ;. 7 x R 70o y Ni rNh

Frank Jackson, 1808 NE 16th totIr

1 Ter., and Paul R. Achtelik, 867 4o
NE 7th Place, at the Gainesville Actorsof I \ \

Shopping yesterday.Center at 11:10 a.m. Say Raise-Seeking -; ri st o'

Donald Cook, 705 NW 19th Sfriu pork i wiml'sHOLLYWOOD Motion Picture and Television The result of this change has BIG 16 FT. x 36 FT. .Q\ ,d Y Ng

t Lane -d an unidentified driver Calif. The Producers.This been that an actor's minimumrate FAMILYSWIMMING J1P MC
at 800 NW 34th St. at 10:58: when he does a commercialis '" ", ,
Guild which has
Screen Actors
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first sounded "
; a.m. yesterday. been saying in recent months keynote, by higher than when he is work- ".
Dana Andrews president of POOLonly
dramatic show. Much
Dennis Gregg Lee, 3242 NW that television actors are in the the actors union, is behind the ing more on important a his residual "o y...
5th St., and Bessie A. Pritchett, advertising business, rather request made last Wednesdayby
rates are bigger than on a show 52966Other
than in the entertainment field :
514 NW 19th Lane, at N. Main the actors union for a 100 is z4
continue the
as long as
has made this the under-
and 23rd Blvd. at 10:45 now
: a.m. per cent increase in rerun fees.
commercial remains the air.
jesterday. lying issue of its contract negotiations At present, an actor re- on Models from $1777.00 and up.

t with the Association ceives payment for five rerunsof For example, an actor who ALL ACCESSORIES INCLUDED j
Ray Orrin Stockdale, 3340 SE o
\: his show, with the scale on :works one day on a commercial m
19th Ave., and Willie Holmes, ,
Matliews'Report these residuals ranging downward receives a minimum of $105. P
I 2005 NE 8th Ave., at W. Univ. N
from 35 to 25 per cent. He gets $70 for the first re-
and 12th St. at 7:49 A
Ave. p.m. In Stars often make more advan- run and $57 for each subsequentrerun CALLCHARLES d W

Friday. tageous residuals arrangements.The through the 13th week.i BROWNFR 0M c ,

i Jim 'Wilcox Jr., address Unavailable current contract ends If the commercial is shown be-
I ,' and Lemus A 11 e n TALLAHASSEE (AP) John June 30. The guild is not seek- yond the 13th week, his residual i 6-7316 .'s's\\

Rutledge, 1123 SE 4th St., in the Mathews of Jacksonville, alone ing any increase in basic wage rate goes through the original ;
among the four defeated Demo- pattern for the next 13 weeks "Gainesville's Oldest Pool Builder"
3400 block of W. Univ. Ave. at rates. The minimum now is I
cratic candidates for governor, starting at the $70 fee.
2:58: p.m. Friday. $100 a day. For a three-day
A met the deadline for filing his ,
contract, the minimum is $255
Robert Brown Marcus Jr., Rt.
Ii" final financial his
report on
f 3, and Ruth Loving Wilson, Rt. and for a one-week'contract the I '
2, in the 500 block of N. Main St. campaign.State law gives candidates 15 minimum is $350. .- FOR NEWACCOUNTS

at 5:50: p.m. Friday. days after an election to file As expected the producershave SELF PROPELLED
found this for
request rerun -
II Clarence A. Lewis, 814 NW cleanup reports on their finan- '
I I increases exorb i tan t. ., ,
Ave. pnd Kenneth A. Van
7th cing.:: This deadline ran out the association does not !
Nortwick, 921 NE 6th Ave., at Wednesday for the May 5 prima- They'rePrinted
discuss negotiations officially
4:37: p.m. Friday. HEAVY DUTY MOWER
while in "-
A recent'' accident report In ry.Mathews' report listed contributions they are progress producers in
the Sun stated a collision oo of $347,929 and spendingof claim that they do not b1 Powered by 4-cycle 3 h.p. Clinton Engine, with spring- '
make a profit on a show untilit wound All-steel l mower base. i. Minutes'FREE '.
cured between Andrew Jackson $341,702.He -
Swords, 1128 NE 13th St., and isn't likely to have any enters the re-run stage. In- \ :
creased re-run fees, they fear
Billy Gouge, 318 NW 13th St. contributions left over, however might curtail the number of re BIG CUTEASY I.
should have read the collision
It when all the bills come In.
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occured between Swords and All the charges of a campaignare runs. -......' or;. I
The concedes that television
guild I I.r
James Wallace Huntley, 3132 paid within 15 after the
days .
I NW 9th Sand not Gouge, who voting. Telephone bills for example producers often do not! -:. TOO! l i
reach a profit margin until they I I 95 .!:".
accident to $
t reported the police. usually cannot be settled
enter the rerun phase. They i
about 30 days after a campaign -
At 1:13 p.m. Friday, short and there are unexpected argue it is up to the producersto ONLY .q. I t

) circuit in electric stove at 1008 expenses such as those in clos- with make the a networks better arrangement and adver-'I : The perfect receipt

( NE 24th St. ing a campaign office. tisers. The union blievesj i '.- : :: r for any payment-

At 2:34 pjn. Friday, trash The last reports filed by Scott there would be small loss -- TERMS : :_,:.j makes paying bills
I I pile at 2007 NE 27th Ave. Kelly of Lakeland, Fred Karl of audience if toj I '- + -,.. easier and saves
the reruns were 1 w
I At 11:12 Friday, short Beach and Fred Dickinson t'
p.m. Daytona 'I time!
\ in clock electric curtailed and more new shows'were ,= -t; .., PUSH TYPE -, Ii
circuit on of West Palm Beach, who '"

',; range at 1110 NW 16th Ave. I along with Mathews were out! used.Producers. point out that they I; )Iw( it .,, 3.22-inch hp. 4-cycl cut .only engine ?.. ... ... 53 895TRADEINS -r. .'r>!- -',-

At 3:12 p.m. yesterday, tree of the running, came in a day: '\ ,; uS .
shows tfl networks b'J.l AutomaticAccounting
have to sell their 11 :-
afire at University golf club. or so before the May 5 voting. deal with. :. 1!,,: ., Also Available 20. 22 & 25- ) Y i
and that .
they '
S ; A F..
f ;
y"y inch
t.' f ku mowers Briggs Stratton If
:television executives, rather 4 ;/$.: engines, slightly higher. 'S. r Department for I
I' Sentence Boys, 9 in Holdup than with the advertising in- 1 55 ;j Accuracy! \
dustry. The guild notes ,that Jie ALL MOWERS SERVICED

1 network continue to be paid fora ; with gas and oil, ready to .
11) ELIZABETH.-N.J. (AP-Two I youngster was caught along show as long as it is on the i use.
t shoeshine boys who could barely with a second, both 9 years old air and are not limited to -i... .;

; look over the long table in who had served as lookout in six re-runs. :I PARTS ,& QUICK, REPAIR ALWAYS WELCOME

; t front of the judge's bench were front of the tavern. The guild has one other pointin 1 SERVICEBuy

\\1' sentenced Friday for a holdup Union County Judge V. Wil- reserve. This is the precedent where you can get all parts and quick
it set in negotiating for service trained
I liam Di Buono sentenced the boy repair by factory mechanics
r.;, attempt last March. who had the gun to Jamesburg actors on commercials. when you ':need it. -

i On March 27, bartender Patrick State Home for Boys for reha- Originally the guild used to SEE THESE MOWERS TOMORROW!

I I. Vahey, 36; was alone in a bilitative treatment, and also directed negotiate with the producers of WELCOMED OPEN 7 ..m. until 6 ,....'. weekdays 7 a.m._ til 5. ,
and j.
the commercials, representatives .
tavern when he,'was startled by, that the youngster receive p.m.' Saturdays s
of the. advertising We will gladly old fy
agencies accept
your "
r a "don't'move mister. psychiatric care. were present as observers. mower on one of these new jnodels. C. B. BOHANNON J.JR.SE eurlesnua .;unio+r, ,

Vahey looked into the business Di Buono gave a suspended Now the guild negotiates directly GOOD USED MOWERS .. .I
\'I end of a 32-caliber revolver. He sentence to Jamesburg to the with the advertising agen- SALE ,-' ... ''t1 -.. ;
managed to-disarm the bandit lookout and placed- him on pro- cies and the producers are observer '7th: St. ,at 8th Are. Ph.,,;'FR 2-9561 r" ',Member Federal Deposit > : !
but couldn't'hold him. Later the ,bation. *. : Mniuranct CorporationI' .: ;

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14A Gainesville Sun Sunday May 24 1964

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.-. ,. I r ; "' I 'SrRfJC OUT WITH A limE RED-J.lArRED COOLD Cleo TELL ME Noul To
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i,4 Tell Him oral reply, writ to Abby, Box: 3365 ccLOOKTI -)

". Beverly Hills Calif.. 90212 and .

include a self-addressed stamped enAbigail -

velope. Abby answers all mail. \
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: .. DEAR ABBY: So .a 76-year-old "playboy" runs after girls DEAR ABBY: Last Christmas 1 became engaged to a Navy I r L WE'RE R!:-BREASTED GINSBIRD 4

: 'at a convention, eh? Well, a 70-year-old widow is running man.. Something must have happened while he was on a THAT'S NO CLOUD.ITSA ./ GONG RUDELY AWAKENED
.. after my husband right here at home. She lives next door cruise because I just received a letter from him saying he TO HIT!! rc 00Jo

: and is over here almost every day asking my husband's had a change of heart and it was all over between us. HAIRY-BREASTED ? I
.. advice on something. He is a retired banker and is flattered (It must have been a foreign girl) I have a large oil n QIKIZBIRD// oQ ra .l ?Op'y r

: by her attentions. He tries to answer her questions seriously painting of him and also an engagement ring which he told

: :while she gazes at him admiringly, and just oozes charm. me to have insured for $800. He has asked for the pictureand
.. I am told that the minute I leave the house she is over the ring back. I wrote him immediately and told himI xo'

, : ,here either "borrowing" something or bringing back some- wasn't returning anything. Don't get me wrong, Abby. I WELCOME )
.thing she has borrowed. How can I let my husband know don't want to keep these things for their monetary value.I TOSLOBBOVIAU

: :that she is after him? I don't want him to think I am want them for sentimental reasons only. Would it be wrongto J t

'jealous at 681! I am all upset over this. stick to my original decision? My uncle is a lawyer and
: r TROUBLE IN ST. PETERSBURG he said I didn't have to return anything because the man

DEAR TROUBLE: What's wrong with telling your husband broke the engagement. .!===:!
: that you suspect that the "girl" next door has a teen-age SENTIMENTALDEAR
: crush on him? If she can "ooze" charm at 70, you can ooze SENTIMENTAL: The quickest way to get a man
just as much at 68. Tell the old boy you are jealous, and off your mind is to clean house of all tangible souvenirs. TH PORE THING BUT HE UPAN'
: if he casts any calf-eyes at her, you'll have his hide. And Since you MUST forget it, return everyting One-sided "senti I Imentality" Y HEAR YORE IN WUZ LAID UP AROUND AS'IN
hers too. is painful, punishing and childish.old I MAN SNUFFY' BED A WHOLE NOW
prospector named O News, Weather I fri AN'FEVER

... Obie, and his dog Walter. 7:00 Q CD Today == r
10:00 O (D River Nile Scheduled guests: John (

.... Documentary Nelson Williams, Sierra I'I 00rl -PJ

(Special) (Color) On a Leone's Minister of In- ><<
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high plateau in East Afri- formation; movie producer -; o
: ca stands a monumentwith Sam Spiegel; and Louis I GffSNOTICED 0

;. Yrs > the following in- Kronenberger, who dis'
... 'fit.f zL scription: "All water that cusses his book about.

flows on the north side of American social habits,I Z 5-23 '
I( this hill, flows 4000 milesto "The Cart and the )
;: the Mediterranean." Horses." Hugh Downs.

! This is the source of the 7:05 O Ranger Hal WERE, WE PUT THEM IESE I WEAR ITS

MORNING secretary Nile.To
film the Father of PICKING UP A
Words and state controller Alan 8:00 O Captain Kangaroo REMEMBER?
7:00 B Living PICTURE ON MY 2-WAy
: Cranston are competingfor Rivers, a three-man crew 8:40 0 Americanism vs. WRIST TELEVISION? N'\
7:05 O Religion is Relevant the Democratic nomi- traveled the river's length, Communism. YES,

: 7:30 O Gospel Caravan nation. Both are ques- capturing views of Murch-- 9:00 O Divorce Court cu' mm WE
: 8:30 O Gospel Songs tioned by newsmenand ison Falls, Lake Victoria O Bachelor Father LOST -'

: 8:35 O Sen. G. Smathers given equal time on to- Uganda's volcanic CD Romper Room < 1Cd IT. .

.. 8:40 O Lippy The Lion day's program, which salt deposits and the Fo- O People Are Funny f v

: 9:00 O You Are There I originates from Burbank, la Rapids. Entering Sudan D Jack La Lanne ,.,. ..
the Nile flows through O \r Jam
Cal. 9:55 CD Sen. Spessard Holland
: s ,,. .
O Showcase Ken Knight s .s.ruosfk.
what is
9:30 O Children's Hour 6:30 O News, Weather perhaps theworld's 10:00 O Say When w ,,.M rn,
largest swamp- O News
: U
O Gospel Songs and e
past Khartoum, wherein D Waldo Norris
D Together We Worship O Mr. Ed w
1884 Moslem dervishes
10:25 Q CD News Q
10:00 O International Zone News
overcame a British garrison -10:30: O CD Word For Word
: O Lamp Unto My Feet. 7:00 O Bill Dana
after (
a 300-day siege. O I Love Lucy
.. D This Is The Answer Patty Duke Once into Egypt, the 11:00 Q CD Concentration H WHATDOYOlT HE BEHAVES LIKE A MEANWHILE MELISSA HAS ruST
passes O Price Is Right
O Faith for Today World
7:30 O CD Disney's earliest civilization O Physical Education STANDLY RESIDENCE AGAIN THIS PHASf...&UT THERE t' 9 1..1 CAN'T '
GD Catholic Hour (Color) "The Littlest Outlaw : stone pharaoh images -11:30 Q CD Missing Links z EVENING,JUNE..INTHE HOPE ARE SOME OTHER BELIEVE{IT!
,11:00' O Image U.S.A. ," first of two parts, is the of THAT HE'LL PERMIT ME TO .- THING5THATMUST .' ,t
Valley Kings O Pete And Gladys BE RULED OUV 'I
E Bold JourneyO also the first in a seriesof and ancient temples. O Elementary Science < EXAMINEHIM..' \Y I

Church Service reruns. A Mexican sta- Ahead lie Thebes, the Pyramids 12:00 Q CD First Impressioncolor Otf a Iii j
11:30 O Flight bleboy is devoted to a the Sphinx Cairo ( )
O Beany And Cecil high-spirited colt that is and the !
sea. O Love Of Life tfi rr
12:00 O Revival being trained as a jump- James Mason narrates O High School Chemistry i
O America Wants to Andres Valas-
ing horse.
producer Lou Hazem'sscripl 12:25 O News
Know. quez, Rodolfo Acosta, Pedro
program was 12:30 Q CD Truth or
03 Bugs Bunny Laila
Armendariz, originally
presented on
12:30 0 Oral Roberts ConsequencesO
Maley. October 28, 1962. I It
O Film FeatureD O My Favorite Martian Search For Tomorrow r I
: Movie 8:00 O Ed Sullivan O Candid Camera 12:45 O Guiding Light .

"Lord of The Jungle." Guests include Duke El. 10:30 O What's My Line? O Let's Speak Spanish ICI I 1-A T PUT THE IIo YOU'RE JUST LUCK* !
'12:45 O Baseball lington and his orchestraand 11:00 Q News 12:55 Q CD News }IA HORNS ON HIM k r. I REALLY DON'T
j Twins vs. Orioles. musical-comedy performer O News 1:00 O News CARTOON LOOK LIKE A

1:00 O Baseball, .- *. p.. .."t Liza Minnelli. The \CD News O Midday I DREW MR. OF r BILLY GOAT i
Braves vs. Cardinals.. Beatles are seen in a'segment 11:15 O Movie CD Local News DITHERS c

2:00 D Littlest Hobo taped in London on "The Trouble with Women. 1:05 CD Match Game C .- C S a
2:30 CD HootenannyAt the set of their forthcoming ." ((1947) A professor of 1:15 Q 'ocus-Interview

the University of Pitts- movie. Other guests psychology, author of a O Leer Y Escribir .

burg. include comic Professor I book on the subjugation of 1:30 O Science w t. 2i
O As The World Turns ,
3:30 D Movie Backwards, French singer 1 women, sues a newspaperfor r.W
Jean Paul British misquoting him. CD Ernie Ford
O To Be Announced. Vignon, Ray
O Movie comics Morecombe and Mflland, Teresa Wright. 2:00 O CD Let's Make A Deal LMLZaNVIL.WHY

"Tonight We Raid Calais." Wise, mezzo-soprano Shir- CD Movie"Flamingo O Password 0q
4:00 O Christophers ley Verrett, and the Wa- Road." ((1949)A ) 2:25 O CD News
4:30 G Men Into Space tusi Dancers. Also seen: carnival girl arrives in 2:30 Q CD Doctors I

5:00 O Topic films of Michelangelo'sPieta a small Southern town O House Party
O Sports Spectacular on display at the and falls in love with a 3:00 Q ''CD Loretta Young Att.ZANVU.--I SORT OF NOW I WANT TO SAY V I'M SURE JUST g ,
Fourth Annual Queens New York World's Fair. young, aristocratic weak O To Tell The Truth HINTED TO Y3U AND YOUR fftmER I LIED THAT DANE WOULDN'T) LOOKING AT ML *
Tournament. 8:30 Q CD Grindl) ling. ,Zach- 3:30 O CD You Don't Say ENOUGH TO COME ON THE TOUR-AND YOU ASKED IF AND THAT HE'S- A WONDERFUL) SKK! .SO I
O Ozzie And Harriet. 9:00 O Burke's Law ary Scott, Sydney Green- O Edge Of Night == HERE WITH MEAT HIS PROBLEM-.WAS THE ACTORH.. A rtt Go NOW.',
5:30 O Jacksonville Forum. MysteryIn MIDNIGHT. DANE.50WU! ,,
11:30 O Peter Gunn. 4:00latch GameD E4Cd COULD LISTEN WHILE YOU THINK IT WAS!
Q O GE College Bowl this first in a series of "r I.
Secret Storm I TELL !
6:00 O Twentieth CenturyThe reruns, Burke's investi- MONDAY MORNINGAND f -
CD Popeye's Pals
"Beachhead at An- gation shows that Crown, AFTERNOON 4:25 o Ms
Q News 4'h
zio and the Allies four- businessman 1 # ;
a wealthy 6:00 Q SlimnasticsO
4:30 O Burns and Allen
month battle to hold it are had many friends, and one Sunrise Semester O Yogi Bear F fL s

examined in film clips enemy who killed him 6:10 CD Continental Classroom CD Movie >r K J

and interviews. by tampering with his car. 6:15 Q Sunshine Almanac "The Men in Her Life. s .b ;

O O Meet The Press Burke: Gene Barry. Til- 6:30 Q World CivilizationO (1941) The life of a ballerina < f
(Color) With the with- son: Gary Conway. Pastor's Study
training for star- I
drawal of Sen. Clair En- O CD Bonanza 6:35 O Sunshine Almanac dom, becomes complicated -' G r IfJ

gle from the California (Color) "Walter and the 6:40 CD Living Words (color) when love comes along.I

Democratic Senate race,I Outlaws," a sequel to last 6:50 O Farm And Home Loretta Young, Conrad N0.512IN : SIR.rfl aARETHE BUT IN THE ACTUAL JUNGLE IT IS POT WRAPPED ttf ... V
former Presidential press I year's comedy about an' 6:45 CD Hi. Neighbor (color) Veidt, Dean l; BUT HELAZEEANY OUR OVERSEA5 Nk3H-ALTITUDE PHOTOS THE REP LfAPEW ARE OCSIWS IN ON MAT THEY THINK )
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arm ftorfeWASHINGTON mimt sober statesmen still contend let him ask the TV network ing ivory caps. 00 1 V 1 IuwA2ENTT !

I The most I that Richard Nixon would be executives about the precau- The entire human hide can ,i

disturbing political event since president today had he been tions taken by both candidatesin now be redesigned to keep up

the spead of television is the powdered more artistically for 1960 to guard against tem- with the fashion just as deter- NOW TELLING STARTED OUT :N6__ "TrtEJ'l 2 MADE l+ ysL j
development of the new that first TV debate in Chicago.The pering with the stage lights, gents are repackaged each yearto ,y YOU 6UY5 Wr'Lt Bi: I ASKS WU.E2 IP WE i MY MISTAKE._
cosmetic lotions that smooth wrinkle remover can the studio thermostats, the set look newer and more mira- ntzoUGJ.; & SHOULD: GET THE CHAPLAIN r AID'WNATL r.. F Tspo

wrinkles out of worn faces. only make the American des- furniture and the debaters' private culous than last year's. Sunlamps YOU wrmI A:PIP= FOR H&J.tIS8KTHDA'I. r YOU wlt\! To t

For instant youth, one rubson tiny more vulnerable than ever meditation rooms. With will toast it to the pro Ny Me'iTih'G" SAID yE 5...
an application of wrinkle to accident and whim. One can wrinkle remover in the picture per brown. Depilatories will < YET? ,, AND ZE:20oAy:
remover and within a few min- imagine the consequences up- every candidate will now needa keep it smooth. Eyebrows can SAID 1 '

utes, presto! The facial skin on a national TV audience, if, wrinkle-lotion tester just as be painted on. Eyelashes can = fe

begins to tighten, crow's feet say, a presidential candidate's the ottoman czars needed food be changed to suit the occa.a i

fade away and seamed cheeksgo wrinkle remover should startto tasters.It sion. Nail paints can be matchedto I a 513
taut as green apples. The fail during a critical debate.At would be funny if it were the seasons. IEci f
astringent action works for one moment the nation not so sad. What is involvedis And now, wrinkle removersto
from three to eight hours, watches a taut, dynamic can- the national youth cult tighten the hide where it i VT PLAT01"t

after which the face will re- didate of 29, the next, it sees which politicians by this time sags. The lady in wrinkle re 1
lapse unless fortified anew. creases spreading through his :know better than to ignore. In mover of course is like Cin- a
Anyone who has watched the brow and cracks seaming his I a more innocent time Ponce de derella at the ball When the s
struggle to become cheeks. Those who remember Leon believed that
politicians youth was clock strikes midnight her face r PKHAP5ICAM HELP VOJ YES,X KNOW
younger and younger can see what happened to Margo when recoverable. Nowadays, we may turn into a pumpkin. GARY* THIS IS PATTI LEEPS SEE ME? GET BACK YOUR JOBVOU WBZE ..BUT HOW PIP [UP
where we are headed. At first she stepped outside of ShangriLa -press youth out of the youngas Though she looks younger within YD LIKE TO SEE YM 1Q' OHL) ..WHYf RKET..C PJPNT VOU KNOWf YOU KNOW?

there will be scandals. Candidates can anticipate the effect on quickly as possible and, with she must hear the clock
will be accused of using the voters. the national genius for pack- running and know that time is ,

wrinkle remover secretly, justas The opportunities for mischiefare aging, merchandise youth to still ticking away. l .
the pioneers in television irresistible. Unscrupulous I the aging as something that
And the
so youth balm be-
makeup were derided for tak cosmetioians will be persuadedto !can be put on like a plastic == ti
ing beauty treatments before spike the wrinkle removerso I wrapper. comes another to

facing the voters.It that it tightens the candi I Eyes failing? Package them age her. Packaging is not good i53 i- t

soon became clear, how date's face into immobility, 1 behind contact lenses and retain enough though there is a little

ever that voters preferred the leaving him button-eyed and I the sharp-eyed look of more-to be said for it on women #3
beautified candidate to the blinkless and making a horrorof !youth. Hair drab? Package it than on politicians. Let's bring

grizzled, and by 1960 all of his efforts to smile.If I in_ a wig of glistening young back old age. And dignity. Q

them were laying on the pow anyone 'thinks this visionof hair. Teeth a bit gray? The And grace.. And give youth -
der base unashamedly. Many the future too extravagant. 'dentist will wrap them in gleam back' to the kids. !Ir w

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.Stl"%!''V. N.+, 24. 1964 Gainesville Sun ISA I

pIe quiet, and leave sadly. All j I
the : :' Tubby Tuba ." lY.. these pictures in wonderfully .... ,, -
;tJ CH 0 RDS played music. THE ACADEMY rlkORIYE4N-

The Beethoven "Symphony I

And Also Cuba No. 7 in A major, Op. 92, was !
: remarkable in the restraint TNEAIEtroo
And Discords I H..4.r..R..d.ti.20 F -sot, ,
shown in the Poco sostenuto be- I
i Now! 3 Wonderful Hits!
ginning. The Vivace quickenedthe
Head, Department of Music 1 NJNGf L BY VERE RICHARDS, tempo and the flute's danc- I OPEN SEE 2 7:00.HITS SHOW LATE AS AT 9:30 7:45 I

University of Florida 'fJ: I. ing, sparkling rhythms did FIRST RUN SHOWN FIRST
away with all restraint, with the I
Two light and
musical events will entertaining be .ti.P T rr Wednesday night the Lyceum memoration of the 85-year-old a peasant comes in piping to J JI I help of the other woodwinds. j jJ

on the University of presented Florida Council brought us the famous great composer, the orchestra I his bear (the bear represented J JIbY t The Allegretto, with its rich .1 ..I
Philadelphia Orchestra.n d gave us his "Don Juan," Op. 20. melody and its sad color is one .
campus this week. The first is the tuba), Gypsies dance,
Eugene Ormandy, its equally It was not just on fire with of the outstanding Beethoven a.
the the regular Twilight Concert by e .- famous music director. It passionate love, but was rather everybody joins in when I slow movements. It was done I

Plaza Summer of the Gator Americas Band on the proved a great success seriously meditative, and sincerely trumpet and English horn criesfrom i superbly. The dynamic presto! r
financially, over three thousand beautiful. the marionette theater was hair-raising and prepared
evening, May 27, at 6:45.: i cash customers and even show Petrouchka rushing out,. us for the vital energy and intense
The second is Stravinsky's Suite from "Pe-
an unique event, more of a success musically pursued by the Moor, who kills; rhythms of the finale. It /
"Remembrance trouchka written for bal-
of Cuba, to be was
at the close of the program Mr. him.But was a most memorable and ex'
presented in University Auditorium let, full of carnival music and
Ormandy and the Orchestra received he turns back into wood, citing Beethoven 7th, to finish
Saturday evening, May a standing ovation which scenes. It was highly descriptive cloth and sawdust, ,and the peo.a marvelous_ eveninn. 1 I
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W, at 8:00: o'clock."Remembrance and delightfully so, with an ----co.
of Cuba" is continued steadfast through two organ-grinder and a dancer, a

a program of music and danceof bows. drum-roll bringing in a puppet- The whole ,
Cuba, designed not only to This was a true measure of show with the clown Petrouchka A 4-hour drive-then ALL your time

entertain but also to instruct the greatness of the musical a Moor with scimitar an( world loves ooH fil.if Rj -METRO

and preserve the Cuban cultural skill manifest. The orchestra, a Ballerina in red pantalettesThe for a REAL SUMMER VAOATinN lornJones L [ N COLOR
; heritage. Performers for the continually inspired by the con- Puppet-master is also a 2ND LAFF HIT AT 9:30

show are from Miami. They ductor, remained unfailinglyable magician and breaths life into 225 miles from you COLUMBIA PICTURES
are brought to the campus under to reach unheard-of heightsof the puppets, and it becomes z presorts efl1moR
the sponsorship of the and, since coming to the University musical thunder and equally story of a love-triangle, all por-

University of Florida Student of Florida, has also marched extraordinary sustained pianis- trayed very descriptively and FodV& EASTMAN COLOR : a .
t Government.: Arrangements for in the Gator Marching Band simi. As a matter of cold fact plainly by the music baS A UNITED ARTISTS LOPERT mLm
the presentation are under the during football season. this contrast of power and drum, cymbals clarinets and gumSU L

auspices of the Latin American Conductor hushed loveliness was one of the strings for the Moor, violins an* TODAY NVUMMY COLOR
Richard W. Bowles ON
Club and the Lyceum Coun- has outstanding skills displayed. It violas, for love scenes, a n c" FAMED EASTCOASFSafe 1:20 3:57
chosen a varied and well- 3RD BONUS HIT 11:05
:il. balanced was perhaps most noticeable in weird woodwind for the Clown ocean beaches cooled by trade winds- 6:34 Jane Fonda Jim Hutton
There is for eitherof program, including the Beethoven Seventh.We fresh, and salt water fishing that ranks "
1 no charge, marches, musical The final scene is the mos' "tops. Golf. "Period of
comedy selections scenic
.the above events, and the and the "Fantasia for are fortunate to have had varied of all. There is a vigorous through famous Indian River citrus 9:1'I.
country. A
"family vacationland"
\ public is invited. There are no Band" by the contemporary several other great orchestras dance by the nurse-maids summer rates an with low I- e a Adjustment"ffi3IL17i
t tickets or reserved seats for American composer, Vittorio brought here rather recentlyand added inducement. r I Chamber of Commerce Dept. GS-3 I .
'Remembrance of Cuba." Florida J Hwy U.S. J,Fort Pierce,Florid I
our own
) Giannini. Symphonyhas '-- I % I Il'Ielse 0 FREE Vacation Folder I
Tubby the Tuba given us excellent Beethoven Local Agent i-' t .I send Q FREE Fishing Folder |
t Also programmed is "on The so we have a good notionof -' ( Name ............................. il STARTS TONIGHT!
Hampton Huckins a senior in Esplanade" l Address ........................... {
J ngineering from Miami, will a composition his breadth and magnificence Gives TalkJ. i City.................. State........ .} '
i >e the tuba soloist when the which is, itself, a nostalgic com' and surely never was his L Area Development. Council of St Lucle Cty I sus +aar. N ... Showtime 7:30
-3ator Summer Band presents,. mentary on outdoor band con- music so majestic and tremen- J. Windham, a Gulf Life i i J
I {specially for children, the fam-: certs; it includes fragments of dous, but even more remarkable Insurance man here, was a ;
I ms musical story, "Tubby the concert in the park favor- never have we heard so guest speaker during his com u. /I4S&SS&

\I fuba", on its Wednesday evening ites from Beethoven's Fifth much soft beauty so skillfully pany's annual "presidents' clubconference" /llberfo ,gordi/ ; Ii
" plaza concert. Written by Symphony to the William Tell offered. The 108 members of the I that ends today in jt% movie f.
I 3eorge Kleinsinger, "Tubby" Overture, all done up with a organization took pianiss i m i Jacksonville. in II nn

las become a "classic" in mu- good sense of musical humor. (which usually are at least just Seven other Gaines v i 11 e 'To'B d... r ndtt Bed .Z. A< J: .. '. _. .

'deal stories for children. The Looking Ahead moderately soft) and spun them agents Supt. J. T. Brantley,! 1 '. A Seven Arts Production_Mebo-DoLV-yn-Mayerl!
I larrator for Wednesday's pres- out softly and endlessly, with J. R. B. Hilts, J. E. Darlington

ntation is Mr. Gerald Forbesf Edward Troupin, violin, and Ormandy alertly guiding.The D. P. Roberts, J. M. Smith,II .' I

the University of Florida De- Carolyn Troupin piano, will first offering, Scarlatti- W. L. Smith and W. L. Strick- .
artment of Speech; Forbes present a Chamber Music Con- Tommasini Ballet Suite, "Good land also attended the meet- ; .
aas been known to Gainesvilleand cert in the air-conditioned Med- Humored Ladies," showed this ing. d ;err .: I 1CCOLOR!! :

campus audiences for his ical Center Auditorium on Tuesday same amazing contrast which i iI iiQ Uh '''' hii.... > ,,, ,_ J J 1 I"i [ U iil1ir2nd -:
work as piano accompanist for June 2, at 8:15: p.m. The made all the evening a succession Feature
he University Choir. Troupins have programmed violin of delightful surprises. In e's.e.e, I

Flute Soloist and piano sonatas by Handel this composition the poignant i + x I # .- Funniest

f Leah Russell, of Miami, Flor- Cesar Franck, and Paul beauty of the Andante was out tntllc 'td kiektlt, ll 1 l
:Hindemith. 1
! standing, but so was the flying .
da, will play the solo role in I, ." .... pJ' .
! he band: presentation of "Bwine e-! Presto. ..S :'w reddln '

for Flute" by Eric Oster- Elks RitualMIAMI Richard Strauss' birthdaywas 214 NW 13th. . ... .. F VrMsafssman. ra arsatis

I ing. Miss Russell plays not only in June 1864, and in com AIM In Ceala :to Sweden, -- f0i\ducfcop4,:
j ler solos from memory but also BEACH (AP) The C x.-: *. < ?V
I nemorizes all of the parts .Florida Elks Association con -'. ... .. -. %*M V"> :,.nefnrTousZ ?. &Y .
I which she plays in the band, for ducted ritual contests Friday at iza;. 1 The flids were TO so r>,r Yom,

, he very good reason that she II its state convention. .-.. .T..V.r avid s same'"Of Terlr b... THRU
:s blind. In high school Miss The association elected Run "" "

Russell performed with the sell L. Saxon, New Smyrna ]:rJC; t. \jIUti: ;) ,. .IJFR' O'433 r >+*
Concert and Marching Band of I Beach postmaster, as its president" 122Nvi.; I II Ave. : .... ,.'" ,,: j?***t.>.j ty t*downright*s t< "j htar|. *. MtTROCaIaR
';outhwest Miami High School for a )"ear. 9:00 I.

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16A Gainesville Sun Sunday, May 24, 1964 ,

tp Plans Cedar ArtsFestival Key Sheriff, Commission

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., w Key's CEDAR first KEY Arts Festival- Cedar has Races Liven Vole

.f tF"3 Lr. S/ been set for June 6 and 7. Levy

cr "'% Ryt x H t f !. ..4H.J' L..,. '. Mrs. Bessie Gibbs, chairmanof
axd'bXL...:.3.YI the Arts Committee, s aid
r. y y that artists from as far away as

Atlanta are being encouraged to I BRONSON-Contests for two Haydon Burns and Robert King

4 exhibit their works during the I County Commission seats and i High also has kept voter interest

L4' rr festival. a no-holds-barred run-off foi at a high peak in Levy
Run-Off Contests
Paintings and other art work the sheriff's office are expectedto County, with Burns a sure bet

; will be displayed on the sidewalk overcome the customary to pick up practically all the
in front of the Island Ho- second primary voter lag
Keep Interest at Peak Levy County marbles.
tel. There are no limitations as in Levy County Tuesday.In Sheriff candidate
-= !-' tt t t"r to the types of art that can be Hartley,
n the sheriff's race, political father of seven children, has no
exhibited Mrs. Gibbs said
newcomer Pat Hartley of Will- political record and
f fADAD and the exhibition format will : polled 491 .votes. Holmes, both of Bronson, are has been
be left -to the ingenuity and iston is pitted against former Robert Hodge and Sam I in a second go-around for the campaigning primarily on what (
t7ilCEkiloR' EtORIDA sheriff G. T. Robbins of Bron- he intends to do and how he
ROAD discretion of the individual.A District 1 County Commissionseat.
co ssr stAr IaAo{ son. Hartley was the high man I Standridge are in the run-off will conduct the office if elected.
rS*SMOf PGt DEPARTMENT CLOSED first prize of cash and oth- In the first primary,
among four candidates in the for the District 3 County'Commission In the first primary he carriedsix
er prizes and trophies will be Holmes was the high man of
first primary, polling a total. post which John Yearty of 16 precincts, including
given. Mrs. Gibbs said that three candidates
Lrr of 1,351 votes, Robbins was will vacate at the end of this the the two bigger ones in Williston, !
prize winners will be decidedby was second high, topping
popular vote, rather than second with 1,221; and SheriffJ. year. Hodge was tops among third candidate, Harry Hiers, by where his margin over Robbinswas
W. Turner who received 1,078 four candidates in the first about two to one. He also
by judges. 58 votes. Holmes, margin over
I votes, was eliminated in his primary, and Standridge was carried another big precinct ia IJ
for ProgressA the All festival artists should who wish to enter bid for re-election. J. W. Mark- second, trailing by 82 votes.G. Owens was 214 votes. Chiefland and the Inglis pre. ,
notify ham, the fourth candidate, M. Owens and DonaldGardeners The governor's race between cinct by a large margin.
Gibbs at the Island Hotel in
contractor's crane and crew work at one end of the old Cedar Key dock Cedar Key as soon as possible. Robbins also took six of the 16

which is to be replaced by a solid fill, asphalt topped structure. The $400,000 Mrs. Gibbs is advising the tk precincts, getting his biggest

Levy County secondary road project also will include the dredging of a boat artists to arrive in town a day f .. '' : j' vote in his home precinct of
basin and channel leading into it. The old dock, where once ran the southern early to set up their exhibition : Bronson. He is campaigningon

terminus of Florida's first railroad, was once destroyed by fire. (Sun photoby spaces. % A the promise to cut the fine

Buzz Mixson). "The festival is being sponsored and forfeiture budget by $10

by the local citizenry to create 555 000; give efficient service at all

interesi tn oucseic oc-mrn i cincts, getting his biggest vote

Chiefland Home ate interest in our scenic community g'a bt" '.S in his home precinct of Bron
Nursing ," said Mrs. Gibbs. son. He is campaigning on the I
promise to cut the fine and

) forfeiture budget by $10,000; 'Ii

BradfordHospital .3. I / give efficient service at all
License Issue .
Cleared UpCHIEFLAND : \ J.YS h.Cp v; times; and "give a dollar's
worth of service for each tax
dollar spent."

The Chief.county health officer. licenses." In his political ads, Robbins

land Nursing Home has never Griffin said nobody seemed Mrs. Hiers said that she had Admissions said he hasn't promised anyonea

operated under any kind of: to know who applied for the not applied for the home for the May 14 Ruby E. Beckham, job and "if elected, I will

state license temporary or. home for the aged license beta aged license and that this type Hawthorne; Pearl Prevatt Grif- give the people of Levy County
otherwise but is to receive fis, Starke. Lq r"s the service they deserve."
i that its issuance had cancelledthe license had been erroneously) t i y
"provisional" license sometimethis : temporary nursing home license be issued for the Chiefland Nursing May 15 Sandra Lee Rob- & Hartley, in recent newspaperads
week. under which the Chiefland Home. erts, Robena Ann Lewis, Ed w has stated that, contrary

Mrs. Thelma Hiers, operatorof home had been operating.Mrs. She and iier husband both told Stone, all of Starke; Janice to rumors that havebeen: cir
the Ruth Crabtree, Billy Ray Law culated, he has not made
nursing home made this Hiers.showed the Sun a the; Sun that they had been told any
statement to the Sun both of Keystone Heights. commitments or deals as to
Friday.She copy of a letter from Dr. C. L by Dr. Mayfield, !
personally, fa
t personnel he will hire if
said it was to clarify a lot Mayfield of the State Board of that May 16 Gail Louise Jordan elected.
a provisional license wouldbe He said
.5 his
of confusion that has resulted I Health dated May 21, which issued for Edna Marie Wrinkle, Lol ; selection of depu-
Chiefland ties
from a report made by Levy said, "According to our files, Nursing Home this week. lie DeWitt Law, all of Keystone after"will he iselected be made "if and
County Welfare Officer C. M. the Chiefland Nursing Home Heights; Mikel Gilmore t'v sheriff and
In his letter to Mrs. Hiers this selection will
Denton Starke. not be madeon
to the County Commis has not at any time operated ,
Dr. Mayfield said that : the basis of
procedures friendship,
sion last week. under a temporary license issued May 17 Patricia DeniseWynn -
for denial or revocation of personal favors or obligations.In .
Griffin told the county commissioners by this Division (of hospitals Starke; Johnie Thorode
a nursing home license are set View Flower ShowHigh initial political announcement -
last Tuesday that t: and nursing homes)." Phillips, Keystone Heights.
forth in Chapter 400, Florida by way of the
the Chiefland Nursing Home! The letter said further, "The May 18 Suzanne Pat rice
had refusedto accept .a home issuance of a home for the aged Statutes' and "as of this dale Smith, Thomas Johnson, Coren- Springs. Garden Club members inspect a display of terrariums at the t told weekly: the newspapers voters that, he Robbins

for the aged license which had I license would not revoke a nursing (May 2i) our files do not reveal na Pincell Montgomery, Neta Flower Show which ended yesterday at Raiford State Prison. From left, they convicted: of a felony in 1955.was

been sent by the State Board oi f home license. Many homes any documents whichwould Gertrude Hicks, Cleveland A. are Mrs. F. S. McCormick, Mrs. L. E. Brown, Mrs. Robert Palmer Jr., Mrs. E. B. ]He said that though the

Health to Dr. H. A. Bonifield,,I in Florida operate under both invoke the aforementioned Driggers all of Starke; Melissa McChesney, Mrs. A. P. Spencer Sr., Mrs. W. H. Isbell, Mrs. E. 1\!. Fry Sr., Mrs. said he was guilty, he had jury contended
statute and the resultantdenial Corbett Lawtey; Gayle Ren- Tal Thomas and Mrs. Woodrow Wilson. Mrs. McChesney said the show was at all times that he
land of license to "the Chief- fro, Keystone Heights. _one of the best the group had ever seen.(Sun Photo by Sam McGarvey) not guilty of the charges made.

GREAT DAY Nursing Home. May 19 Ada Carter Ricks, The former sheriff, in his

Dr. Mayfield concluded his Norma Claudine Faulkner, both bb I announcement, said that he
letter by saying that the recommendation of Starke; Hugh Henna Colson, Scholar-Athletes Head "'rr paid the penalty handed down

In the Morning received from Dr. Alachua. by the court and that this has

Bonifield on May 14 was incomplete May 20 Thelma Littles, been a "black spot" in his
Chief land Graduation List
By SAM McGAHVEY and was returned to 'Carrie Bell Littler both of 3 life, "although I have lived a

Sun Staff Writer .. the Levy County Health department Middleburg; Gifford Arnold, good clean, moral sober life
Most of the buzzards or for completion. Lake Butler; Mary Katherine CHIEFLAND Two outstanding ., medicine. He served as presi-- ,. before and since."

"Devil's Chickens" of Florida Mrs. Strickland protestedthat Griffin told the county commissioners Griffis, Lawtey; Hazel S. Rodgers : scholar athletes head dent of his class in his sopho- V y In asking for election, Robbins

have wings. But there is an- she had paid only $40 for that Dr. Bonifi ed Keystone Heights; Ralph 1 up the list of 41 Chiefland High more year and vice president in said he would especially like

other variety which is wing the stove originally, and that had ordered an inspection of J. Darley, Starke. I School seniors who his junior year. This year, he to prove to the people of Levy
less in this world, and not she would not pay $48 for r e- the Chiefland Nursing Home Births 1 today are was president of the Student 3 County "that I am not the
! likely to have them in the next. pairs. The ]heading into their last week of Council.
man then looked and that this inspection by County May 14 Mr. and Mrs. Paul M kind of person I have been
around and asked if they hada Sanitarian Basil May and Elisha Canova, Starke, a daughter -]high school activities. Farnall played basketball four convicted of being."

We're referring to petty hand-made quilt to offer in County Health Nurse Minnie Ra Norma Jane. They are Ebergt Farnell, all- years and, in addition to the Records reveal that Robbinswas

. racketeers who prey on old payment, and that failing, triedto dacky had revealed several deficiencies May 15-Mr. and Mrs. Ster onference[ and all area basketball -honors already mentioned, he p. indicted by a federal grand

folks out in the country, de- get a shotgun. as far as State Boardof ling James Crabtree, Keystone ] player, who is valedic made the all area second jury on charges of taking protection

frauding them out of hard- Health requirements for Heights, a daughter, Crystal j torian of his class; and Charles team this year. He also was on money from a moonshine

earned funds and sometimes When that attempt also license are concerned.Dr. a Elaine. ]Beauchamp, salutatorian, who the track team was a memberof whiskey business. He' was con

!taking lifetime savings. To failed, the rascal told the elderly Boiiifield Griffin said May 16 Mr. and Mrs. Ja ]made: the Sun's all scholastic the band, C Club and Beta TI"3 IioIH victed on the testimony of two
term them buzzards is reallyan couple they would have to had then notified the State, cob Perman Roberts II, Starke, J football team this year and the Club and placed second this undercover agents who had

injustice, as natural scavengers pay, even if they had to takeout Board a son Jacob Perman HI; Mr. I all conference team. year in the local Civitan Club's FARNELL posed as moonshiners. On July
restrict their activities to a mortgage on their place. that there would be no and Mrs. Robert F. Jordan, Baccalaureate services forthe essay contest. ., 22, 1955, Robbins was sentencedto
for F ''H -'''
' the dead. When he learned that was not application Chiefland home a "until license further for t the Keystone Heights, a son. 1 Chiefland seniors will be at Beauchamp, son of Mr. and : ;t.Lt"Pl1_ two years in prison. Throughout

possible, he lost his DischargedMay his trial, he maintained his-
temperand notice." I B p.m. today in the school auditorium Mrs. V. E. Beauchamp, also
The outrages they commitare started shouting in Mr. Griffin denied to the 14 Joy Ann Looney, 1: with Rev. B. B. Brink- played basketball and received innocence, saying his actions
common. Here's a typicalone Strickland's ear. commissioners Minnie Chatmon Dwight ]l ley as the speaker.Commencement honorable mention on both the 4 were those of a law officer
that he had advisee Clark Elder Susan Joan Silcox trying to the
An Bradford "big
: elderly County will be next all-area basketball and football:: boys"
As Mrs. Strickland the families of some indigent Mary Rachel Buff Vern behind the moonshine
couple, one of them bedridden, tells the Ray ]Friday at 3 in the school teams this year. He was winner still
was approached by a woman story, in her column in the patients in the Chiefland home Buff Beulah Lee Albritton. p.m. this of the Civitan t- r still operations in Levy County
auditorium. The will[ y
who looked like a Gypsy. She Bradford County Telegraph: that these patients should be May 15 Virginia Minton, program Club's year contest. kr'r! operations in Levy County.
promised to bless their money "Jim struck: at the man's eye removed because of the fact Eldon Sapp, Mildred Vernes. include addresses by Farnell essay In December of 1959, after
and make it multiply. She put but his arm was too short t a that home was no longer May 16 Ruby Johns, Sa 'and Beauchamp and the class Beauchamp Club was C a Club and 't. being on parole for a year
the Beta
their life savings of nearly hit the mark just right or one licensed and therefore ineligible die S. Elder, lola C. Williams, I president Annette Hudson. Robbins asked the State Pardon
$1,800 in their Bible, mutteredsome bum would have hit the floor. to receive supplemental payments Mary Byrd, Pearl Prevatt Grit Principal Wilson Roberts will Student Council, serving as vice Board for a full pardon

mumbo-jumbo and after Anyhow, he hit him hard I from the county. fis. ]present awards, and County president of the latter organization qJ and restoration of his civil

cautioning them to wait a day enough to knock $t8 out of his :School Supt. A. E. Mikell willpresent for two years. He was vice rights. The Board denied him,

for the money to grow, took left eye. So if you see a man the diplomas. president of the 10th grade. His I and Robbins and his attorney,

off. Later, of course, the Bible going around with a leather Music will be by.the high plans are to enter Central Florida Sigsbee Scruggs, charged that I

vas found to be empty. patch over an eye, who says Bradford Election school chorus. Junior College and study in Sheriff Turner had used his

he is a stove fixer he's the Farnell, the valedictorian is the field of biochemistry. influence to keep Robbins from
In almost every case of this one who got punched by a the son of Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Sponsors of the Chiefland senor getting his civil rights restoredand
fellow 82 old." Farnell. He plans to enter the I' class are Joseph Lloyd and thus
srrt, the "buzzards" are sucCtssful. young years Due Close Check be eligible to run
Using their worldly) University: of Florida to study I Wendell Everett. I BEAUCHAMP j in the 1960 primaries against

wiles on nearly helpless old Moral: Be on the lookout for ] Turner.

people, or by, browbeating buzzards with or without black STARKE The "run-off" primary election here Tuesday ] Objections to Robbins' getting .
an-1 resorting to violence, they eyas! is being billed as "the closest watched" in the history of School Self Evaluation OES VisitedAt a pardon were voiced at

usually get their way. But lastwek I Bradford County.A i the Board hearing by then

one of them met his Bombing Run special deputy is to be sent here by Secretary of State Called in Co. Chiefland Gov. LeRoy Collins and State
match Tom Adams to watch the election, and sheriff candidate Meeting Levy Comptroller Ray E Green.

I Willard Williams has applied to election officials for permis- CHIEFLAND The Chief Both Collins and Green said
The story is related by Mrs. to Pair sion to have "watchers" at several polling places. As usual, I I BRONSON Levy County ing on the Levy County school J land! Chapter, Order of Eastern they were not concerned with

Bessie Strickland wife of Rev. sheriff's deputies will be on hand at each of the county's School Supt. A. E. Mikell will program tomorrow night at the I Star Robbins' political aspirations,
AVON PARK (AP-Two Air Bronson Town Hall. was .recently paid an official but
Jim Strickland a retired minister 17 precincts. direct "self evaluation" meet- did not believe' that Robbins -
and farmer of the Clay Force captains were killed Friday Main interest in the election will be centered on the races a The meeting, sponsored by j inspection visit by Grand had been free. long ',

Hill section of northwest Clay when a phantom jet failed for sheriff and county commission. Sheriff P. D. Reddish I Conductress Onie Mae Stephens enough to warrant a full par.
the Levy County Rural Area Development -
County. She said a man came to pull out of a low-altitude practice a veteran who has not been defeated in 28 years, is an I The Top TenAboard I Council, will start at 4 of Marianna. don.Green ,
to Jieir and after identifying bombing run and crashed at
place overwhelming favorite, based on his big margin in the first I 8 .m. commented, according
the Avon Park p Worthy Matron Isabel
himself as an "inspec bombing range. primary over Williams. Subs Ogle to newspaper stories at the

tor' practically forced his way The victims were Capt. Joseph But a tight race is forecast in the District 1 Commission The program will take up i introduced and welcomed otherests. time, "Here's a man who Is

bit their kitchen and check P. Onate contest between Commission Chairman Carl Prevatt and school statistics, records and including members oi supposed to enforce the law,
31, pilot, and Capt. D. SUNNYVALE, Calif. (AP) -
ed the gas range. William F. Buhrman, 28. Both L. (Dave) Shuford ,of Lawtey. Prevatt got 2,108 votes in the .,trends, present and future the Grand Family and Past I convicted of breaking it."
Those down to the
lived in Tampa and each had first primary, as against Shuford's 1,670, and each has been who go needs of Levy County. (Grand Family: Vincent and Collins said he agreed and

Of course, the rascal found two children. making a determined bid for the 713 votes cast for the third sea in ships these day-and tinder Leonard Cobb RAD Council Iferna Brice Mary Laura Johnson was reluctant to grant clemency
the stove "unsafe" and soothed man in the contest, Ossie Norman. it in submarines include : Barbara Sapp, Jessie Mae to a law officer who

the Stricklands fears of a high A MacDill Air Force Base Shortly before the deadline a total of 103 applications for Brahms Puccini Andre Kostel- secretary, said that all persons ;I Elicks Ima Williams, Sarah Edna 1 broke the law.

bill for repairs by saying they spokesman said "they didn't absentee ballots had been registered. In the first primary, 190 anetz Tony Bennett and Margaret interested in the schools Marchant, Mary Dempsey Robbins eventually received
would be charged only for have time to eject. It happened absentee ballots were cast Whiting. of Levy County are invited to md Roselan Thayer. I his! pardon in time to be a

materials, at a.rate of 50 centsan just like that." The run-off campaign, on the surface has been lacking in attend the meeting which will write-in candidate for sheriff in
These said G. W. Menden-
ounce. But after: daubing{ The plane, one of the fastest in the fireworks which characterized the first primary. Chapters represented inchidd I the November, 1960, general
the stove with '8? material'lvir$: operation, crashed almost the County Clerk."Charles Darby said, "This, is one of the quiet- hall, are popular requests on the form a basis -for the education e; Archer, Cross City, HighSprings I election. He was soundly
Strickland said 250,000 feet of stereo music he phase of the overall economic S: Gainesville, Newberry, I beaten:
was graphite, center of the 150,000-acre bomb- est run-offs we've ever had. by Turner, however.He .
he presented a bill for $4! Ing and gunnery range. has taped as gifts for subma- development plan for Levy Otter Creek, Waldo and He is presently a carpenter;
i rines of the Polaris fleet.
County. t t on. and building contractor.

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opened the first telegraph line, Nam, Nurse Genevieve de Ga-

I1(Today In History from League Washington 1893 was, the founded Anti-Saloon to .Baltimore.In in Ober-. I lard-Terraube Communist-led, was Vietminh freed the. $ $ $ $ SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

By Today THE is ASSOCIATED Sunday, May PRESS 24, the Island from for the goods Indians valued in exchange at-I lin In, Ohio.1941, the German battle- ary died Five of in years State ago-Former John .Foster Sec-Sec-

about $24 in today's money.On ship Bismarck sank the British Washington.One
145th day of 1964. There are 221
days: left in the year. this date battle cruiser Hood.In year ago The Justice Sun's Prizeword Puzzle Corner
1944, American troops cap- Department asked for a federal
Today's highlight in history: In 1830, the Baltimore and tured the town of Terracina, i court injunction to stop Gov.

On this date in 1626, Peter Ohio Railroad started the first Italy. George C. Wallace of Alabama

Minuit, the third directorgeneral regular passenger train serv. Ten years ago The only from interfering with desegregation Last Week's w r AIN:SVIUE SUN PRIZEWORD CONTEST RULES

for the West India Trading ice. woman at the captured French at the University of Ala- '" ttt 1. The prize for the correct solution to this Sunday's PRIZEWORD PUZZLE
Company, bought all Manhattan In 1844, Samuel F.B. Morse! fortress of Dienbienphu in Viet- bama. In will be $4.50. If no correct solution is reached In this Sunday's: puzzle then S2S
prize money be added to next' week's award making nest week's prize $475.
PrixeivordExplanations 2. If the winmng entrant has been home-delivered/ subscriber to The bun
for the preceding 30 days. an extra bonus of $JOO will be added. If more thin .
'- t one correct puzzle is received from home-delivered subscribers, the bonus wOJ
be divided among the/n .
3. The Sun will pay at least $25 each week for the correctly solved PRIZE
s WORD PUZZLE. If rvore than one correct solution to a week's puzzle' Is received
t the prize money will be divided equally among those submitting the call
rect solution.d

Solve the clue as you would any Ciossworrf puzzle. Determine from: eecfc
CLUES ACROSS: clue the word which you think best fits the due definition. Clip out the puzzle
or use a good, exact-size hand-drawn facsimile. Mechanical or otherwise wholesale
reproductions will not be acceptable. This contest is based on skilL The '
decision of the ludges sh&U be final and all contestants taking part must ."
agree to accept this decision as a condtfon of entry. All entries become tht
;. 3.: SHELLS not smells. Certain'nice property of the Gainesville Publishing Company and none can de returned.

521 N.W. 13 ST.LARGE ," or pretty, SHELLS w families J. Anyone may except ener this employes conks of the Gainesville Publishing Company and their. '
'might be described aweet. s
6. After you have filled in the puzzle, paste It on the back of four-cent .
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It is
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Department Office. 101 SE 2nd Place. All entries to be eligible for the .
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GOOD OLE PETE day at f 1I.m. We
are not responsible .
Entries for entries lost or delayed In tht mails
enclosed hi
PKG envelopes cannot be accepted. _
I 6. GARNISH not varnish. THE SUN'S PUZZLED ,. There can be no correSpondence or telephone calls regarding the contest.
Last of all" implies something PUZZLE EDITOR reader may submit not more than FIVE entries in each week's contest.

Devious, favoring GARNISH. Circulation t. A copy of the Gainesville Sun may be examined free of charge at the
Department of the G.'nesvIIle' Sun .t 101 SE 2nd Plea.
Varnish might be the only thing Fl', c1ur/ng/ regular office hours. GainesvUlq

to "be put on." PUZZLEniwm'* any. and correct ** l PRIZEWORD
26 iunday'l Gainesville announced and new PRIZEWORDSunday's In next
FAB 7. BANG not .
hang. BANG, certainly 10. n. GalDelYiDe
Sun YeN"e. the right to correct typo :
aD7 nprital
as that trrors or .'her
something "it's any etrota reiee
may appear ta published material-
to ,
ccn eetioa wile lets
19C easy enough to" do. But without BETWEEN coolest.

ONLY skill or assistance, "it" can
be difficult "to hang a door,', Puzzle No. 19

andthe clue gives no indica, YOU, $450Clues
lion as the the ability of the Clip and Paste on a 4c Postcard

person Involved. blues, over 2,000 entries
last week and nary a '
'(LIMIT ONE WITH YOUR $3, OR MORE, FOOD ORDER PLEASE.) 8. LIE not die or vie. H e stake. Just what does it take to 'C CH MP

"might LIE," yes. If it's "a; solve this Puzzle?! If you can r I Iig G o
find out between now and Tuesday
straggle for supremacy, hi e -
certainly would vie. "Die t o; nite you could be up to $450
win" is pointless. richer.
1'S EN T
That's the prize we will send
INSTANT 16. RAGS not rage. "A man' you for the single correct solution o
might "possibly" dress up in to today's Prizeword Puz
RAGS as a joke. In an actual zle, providing you are a regular S / A 1E
however no "man" subscriber to the Sun other- '
rage truly ,
125L T 1 1 ( SH
COFFEE "presents an amusing spectacle. wise, you can win $350.
23. LEAVES not loaves. ,"Burn What will you have to do to "P L F R

10 OZ. ing LEAVES" makes a natural 1 get some of that money? Just 2 / r
answer. Loaves baking, possi solve every one of the 26 clues

p411 JAR 'lily, but "burning loaves" is in today's puzzle. CT 0 P S'
too strained. Furthermore, the
Every word necessary to answer -
loaves need not necessarily be the clues is included in U R

1 (LIMIT: ONE WITH YOUR $3, OR MORE, FOOD ORDER PLEASE.) .bread and the clue does not the word list. All you need do --
,erg qualify what they are. is figure out which words are
RddSSF If you are not now a home-delivered,sub-
--- !AVOA r the correct ones.There's .
Ecriber and would like to have The Sun
2t. LEEP not sheep. One'could" btarted, please check box. Extra Bonus for
FROZEN possibly "describe a lot of nice weather -home-delivered subscribers. See Rule No. 2
ahead of us. Summer time is a
BEEF'S" SLEEP as restful (as distinct,, Nam
wonderful time to get out and
perhaps, from fitful SLEEP)
One cannot aptly "describe; do things. A Prizeword bonus
will help Street Number
sheep, in themselves, "as rest Mail to: Prixeword" Contest'
ul," though a pastoral scene, The whole family can work The Gainesville Sun
say, might be so. together in solving the clues Box 57 Gainesville' Fla.
MEAT It's also educational because I it

25. PINNED not penned. PINNED teaches you to pay close attention City Start, "'Phone' '
: 8 OZ. is favored. Penned wouldbe ? to precise word meanings.

more to the point, if an actual 5 ENTRIES EACH Pri'ewtd Pet
enclosure were involved.
Remember, each member of

PIE EACHLIMIT CLUES DOWN: your family can send in up to CLUES
5 entries. Get everybody work ACROSS: .

1. EATING not hating. "Exsine" cos- ing.
I favors EATING. ADy"zest 4. The sparks may well fly when one vies with another. :
for hating should be" so Study the clues carefully. Every 7. It's a job calling for discrimination. :

( : 3 WITH YOUR $3, OR MORE, FOOD ORDER PLEASE.) 'checked.." : word in each clue is im 8. To at bad writing is :
a normal
portant. Often, one word disr e. enough reaction.

garbled can change the entire 9. If generally they're said to be remarkably cheap, people :
2. FIND not mind. FIND
meaning of the clue. may be suspicious.

"TH A Y" FANCY up better with "when first 12. Place to swim.
learning." It is normal enough, Get started on your entries
in dancing at any time, to right away. We'll be waiting for 13. Curved line.

"have to mind one's feet. Bin! your entries and looking for a 15. A few of them, of course, aren't too reliable.

is remote. winner. 17. You can-for whatever you choose, of course.

SLICED Best wishes to all. 18. Work into a certain form.
3. SHOW not shop. The clue 1
wording, "something differentfor 19. Along with a row of others, !It may serve as a support.

a change," is more necessarily 22. The way certain creatures may interest a naturalist.

true of an actor (SHOW), 24. If revolutionary, may have a disturbing effect.
In another shop, a worker
BACON might well do the very sam 25. By being false could bring trouble to a man.


4. LOAD not lead. A true! 1 1. Examples.

driver, say, may just have "tc \ 2. It's possible for a flyer to run his aircraft into a with
LB. P KG sit back and wait for a LOAD." disastrous results.

o The "keen type," who needs a 3. It falls from the sky.

(LIMIT: 2 LBS. WITH YOUR $3, OR MORE, FOOD ORDER PLEASE.) lead will be eagerly "looldng 5. The little -of humble people are modest enough.
for !it, not "sitting back. '.
c 6. It's encouraging for the fans when their club a strong
5. SAGE not sago. More apt r team.

FIRM RED 'H RIPE' of SAGE, as the "processingof 4 ti 10. Seethe or churn. ..
such "is quite likely to" in d -
elude "packaging." Sago, however 1 1. Once having decided to In, It may be too late for a:
is not necessarily "p yo- man to change his mind later on. ',7

cessed" at all as such in "pa ck 13. If steady, can be a big help. -

TOMATOES I aged" form, but mixed with H. Fisherfolk may have their simple.
other things. ..
16. decisions are not to be made frivolously..

11. RAMBLE not gamble. As :regards 20. Dandy. :

something "occasional," Janeiro.' '
there are certainly more "jk0- ...
50 EXTRA pIe" who "enjoy an occasionalRAMBLE. Loc 22. African antelope. '

With tho this purchase coupon of and ." Most folk who gamble 23. Major conflict. .. .
TH RIFTW AY- 111: I d<7 it more than just
COOKED or casionally."
5-x' pk9. 14. BRICKS not tricks. The clue .
59c Limit 2 With $3.00 or More Food Order says "take simpler forms," FREE WORD LIST
Thru Wed.. May 27 BRICKS are "simple" things, ,I
"NIAGRA** and vary in their simplicity. Or THIS LIST CONTAINS, AMONG OTHERS, THE
Solution Last Weeks
the other hand, tricks, as a rule, CORRECT WORDS FOR THE PRIZE CROSSWORD
SPRAYST&RCH 'S8J55 vary in complexity. i I Puzzle PUZZLEAID

50 EXTRA "SOFT-WEVE" 17. GRACE not grave. GRACE
With this coupon sad (pardon or mercy) is especially
I, tho trt1.MArD" III TOILET TISSUE . 2 PKG.ROLL 25< apt in the case "of a condemned E F $ N E L L s AIM FISH FOP PALS STEP ,
c ORANGEDELIGHT "LUNCHEON NAPKINS"SCOTKINS man." Any morbidly inclinedperson 1.G ABRN; 1 SIH 0 A PANS STOP--
may have "thoughts of" T N 0 B AIN ARC GLOW PASS ST REBOIL

12-oz. cans' a opFK6 17* the grave. Furthermore, the ;l..1 IE D W DN E GNU PER STORK) '
2 for 70c "man's" crime may not be that 8 R CASES GROW PILE STORMY ,

I Coupcit Good THRIFTWAY"Wotf, Mar V OnlyThn "NEW, WHITE" serious to mean the death pen.. G tl iN 0 0 PB + CASTING HOMES POLE TAPS

20. SUP not clip. SLIP is clearly l
"LOW SUDS" apt For clip, the clue wouldbe ClRIAlTiEBLlEIAIViE.15
win 50 role EXTRA coupes and GOLD I DETERGENTAD "PAIMOLIVE"SOAP better without the word,, K C L 1 W FACTION MUSTER. SNOW RIO WARWISH ,
,. "neatly. Flip is too vague.
H .rctlase fr'CATTIEMAN'S" LEEP Pl NEr D .

CMlPGII t9.SAUCE 4g.Geod=. ;act.t THIFTWAY" only GIANT 79 2 re g. bars. . 2V : $ : SSSSSS$ $ $ $ $

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.ISA Gainesville Sun Sunday, May 24, 1964

I Your Heart Won't Wear Out, If You Don't Let It Rust I IBy

ALTON BLAKESLEEand J L gland, the "pacemaker" gov- tion. A thorough medical check Calif., a psychiatrist who likesto I cause everyone knows that a
erning metabolism so fats (and up is an essential first step, to take a constitutional walk at DOG needs exercise.
JEREMIAH STAMLER,11L D. cholesterol) are burned up more learn what you can safely do. night was repeatedly stoppedby Monday:.. Tensions., and
speedily in the bloodstream. Any of improvementor Stress)
"Hard work never hurt a program police alert for suspicious
healthy human heart." I There is evidence that exercise restoration should of course characters. He solved the diffi-
So declares Dr. Paul Dudley and dedicated tennis the 35 miles in a single day. already prepared to meet an helps the body dispose of fats begin slowly and mildly build culty by' buying a dog to take (Condensed from" "Your Heart

White, eminent heart specialistwho player at age 60. "But! we are Spread it out walking one extra -emergency.In consumed in foods. ing up to greater endurance along on his walks. Has Nine Lives, published by
treated President Eisen- still stoking the human furnaceas mile a day, and in 35 days England, bus drivers sitting ability. Once started, the activ- Prentice Hall copyright 1964 by
did when muscle burn of fat, Almost certainly exercise He wasn't bothered again, be- Alton Blakeslee)
hower during his heart attack, we power you can up a pound behind their wheels were ity should be continued, prefer
and who religiously follows his made the world go round." or 10 pounds in a year. Did you found to have a higher in- and physical exertion can helpus ably daily. --S I
eat, in one day, all the extra cidence of heart handle many mental
attacks than
I own advice by taking vigorous Inactivity has been encour- 3,500 calories represented by conductors and stresses. Muscular work provides The best activity or sport for WE NEED I
daily exercise.Dr. aged by mythology about dan- one pound of fat? down running doubledeckerbuses. up an outlet for the tensions you is a matter of preference,

White has powerful com- gers of exercise, and by the Still another myth is that men steps When on initial heart at- that inevitably build up withinus convenience! ,. availability and' : 10 NEW HOMES TO BUILD
appeal of humor "The only and relax condition.One .
helps us phy- physical
pany in a growing legion of must slow down at 40. This tacks did strike, the conductorswere your
exercise I get is as a pallbearerat sically and mentally.In THIS MONTH !
specialists and physicians who really was the general medical to survive.
the funerals of friends who more likely problem may be current L55
endorse regular exercise and exercise." advice and fashion years ago. The same difference was adult life, it is never too social disbelief that you really .

physical activity as part of a I Since then, medical science has noted in the postal service a late to begin to improve over want to exercise.In .
general prescription to protectthe The myth that exercise killsis advanced in its knowledge of higher rate among sedentary an existing poor physical condi exclusive Beverly Hills,
heart and help prevent pre- perpetuated because we oc- the workings and needs of the clerks than among mailmen
mature heart attacks and 'casionally read of men dropping human body, and what bene- trudging their rounds. 1

strokes. dead on the golf or tennis fits might be gained frmo reg-- Some studies' of American I BEGIN A NEW CAREER IN i iI

Exercise provides much more :court or while shoveling snow. lar exercise. workers have also found fewer

than a way of spending caloriesto Overlooked is the fact that only I When you exercise or work attacks among men physically I REAL ESTATE .. per
help control weight. Re- about two per cent of heart attacks physically hard your heart active on their jobs, as, for example -. '.' ':: ::: ::. ( COUNTRY SQUIRE $54.00 M0.

search has turned up increasing occur during strenuous must work harder and more among farmers in North Attend First Session As :-:,: -, il 1 Inside Finishing Extra. 12 YEARS
evidence as to WHY exercise :activity. efficiently to distribute blood [Dakota compared with non- :- -/ : r-t.:
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the human heart. cent to its farmers. A 1 "11
may protect Fifty per actually occur everywhere, including i ; ,,"" Your Lot 21 Models to Choose From
Man began as a physically during rest or sleep which own muscular tissues. This Among railroad men, clerks Any Week.t' (.l d on Nothing Pre-Fabbed M 14 Bedroom Models
active animal the roving food doesn't make sleeping danger. helps develop what is known as suffered death rates DOUBLEthat .. "$' t
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gatherer, hunter, fishermanand collateral circulation richer, of more active switchmen, pass the State Examination for Real' ., a Also
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farmer; through the ages ous.Another myth is that exerciseis more extensive network of or men working on maintenanceof time.Estate This Brokers school and Salesmen Is permanent the first In '*a \.. #. .
he relied on his muscles and useless because it makes you blood channels to assure a good Gainesville and part of a chain of; .'. .,
way.Never schools In Florida.CLASSES '; : auAUn Free!
strength as well as his wits for hungrier, so you eat more. Experiments -:supply to all areas of the heart Too Late t LOCK At
survival. and studies with man muscle. In studies at Kent State University :.. ;; J1J H ardboard Stdu
But now in civilized countriesat and animals repeatedly have When a heart attack occurs in Ohio when men: HELD FRIDAY NIGHTS 7:30 to 9 g tsluxa 15 nded 11jD0f s_ THIS Alir

least seductive changes in shown that those with the light- from blockage of an artery the working in sedentary occupa-' HARVEY REAL ESTATE SCHOOL fAahog""u&Doan now Send or for call yours M

our way of life have made est food intake are those who heart tries to establish collateral tions were put through a program It z con,o{ QvoGhf Paint collect

many of us quite sedentary. engage in moderate physical circulation actually growingnew of regular exercises, Howell's Business College
Machines and gadgets do the activity. small blood vessels and their blood cholesterol levels de:
work our muscles once per. Should You Slow Down? capillaries to take blood to the dined. None of the men!

formed. Another myth is that exerciseis deprived area. changed his diet in any way.:. -- --- 218 W. University Ave.

Nowadays, "most of us don't hopeless because you must The heart which has already Some authorities think there =- _- __ = OC Phone 3 7 6-3 5I 01 ACALA, FLA., 1813 Jacksonville Re.
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wear out we rust out," observes !-walk 35 miles to lose one poundof been challenged by extra workor is a beneficial effect from exercise P. O. Box 954 Phone:

Dr. Theodore G. Klumppof fat. activity has, .to an extent, in stimulating the thyroid I "
New York City a student of But nobody insists you walk already taken this step. It is IL; -

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Diplomas To Graduates June 3 I II t 1'T : BEGIN

I ALACHUA-HIGH SPRINGS cs historian this year. She has Smith, school board member,' 1 r.

Eighty-seven graduates of Teen a member of the FHA for will present diplomas. Music I h ... IN THE RIGHTOIRECTION
Santa Fe School will four and is ; be 1 .vP.y
High receive years now servingas will provided by the school

diplomas in exercises Alachua County Council pres brass choir directed by Ray
scheduled for Wednesday, June i ident. Lunceford. .

3, in the school auditorium. The baccalaureate sermon Ushers will be Martha Cato, )Y4y
Baccalaureate services will be will be given by Dr. U. S. Gor- Johnny Emerson Karen Gon- jl'' Jf

held Sunday, May 31, also in the don. Dr. Alexander Cruick--zales and Grier Wells.VOTE p .
auditorium starting at 4 p.m. shanks will give the invocationand 1

the benediction. Music will )!il\\ )
Keith Braswell, daughter of MAY a y
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Braswell of be furnished by pianist Mrs. TH .
Alachua is valedictorian of the Lila Shaw, and Sara Sanders
class. and John Barron who will singa LEONWHiTEHURSU
Becky Enneis daughterof
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Enneis, duet accompanied by Ruth I
.Dyer. The ushers will be Sandra
and Mary Frances Avant,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Alday, Danny Adams Pam NATIONAL
Avant both of Alachua are co- ,I Roberts and Jim Forrester. COMMITTEEMAN a 1. i s <>/i" ; ; What is the right direction? Financially, the

saluatorians.Miss In the graduating exercises,
the invocation: will be given bv' yQ'v HI AThe right direction is saving some portion of
Braswell is a member of Bud Riviere, and David Fu- CandidateWith
tiiir4 /
the Beta Cluo the Science Club, gate, president of the '64 class,
Spanish National Honor Society -will give a welcoming address I Floridalaclurou8d A :: _s /L; '; .' ,, / ; I. your earnings regularly and once the

Junior Classical League and The salutatory address will ,u { C 2Q

held membership in the Span be given by Becky Enneisand Of x account is started it's not difficult to get the
ish Club, Latin Club FHA and Mary Avant and fOllow-I JudicialExperience 'a. -2/r xr
the Student Council. She also ing a number by the 4
And S. F habit. So
I d saving start a savings account
played basketball, took part in (chorus Keith Braswell will Party a rA ;E % r rV
school plays a.d worked as a give the valedictory address. I Service
member of the Annual staff Principal L. B. Lindsey will t \ o for your high school graduate, and if your
Pd. Ady. -V ;
make the awards, and H. Dale!
For the past two years she has -- 1' :
: \SS \ t I graduate has one add to that account or
tern treasurer of the Alachua Your Gracious Host Presents S\ .

Little Women. \ SPECIALSGOOD \ S \ ,/ start a checking account for gaining financial
Miss Enneis has been a member -,
of the Spanish Club and the ALL DAY SUNDAY
responsibility. They will thank you forit
Latin Club. Slie: is now a member
((11:30 AM 2:05 PM and 4:30 8:05 PM)
of the Beta Club and the Science -
Club ard is on the Annual: PARK LANE FAMOUS '.. j." for years to come. l'
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Staff. She has been a memberof i CHICKEN & DUMPLINGS /

the Span sl: National Honor t :.

Society and of the Latin National SMOTHERED ,.. ,
Honor Society, and took partin

both the Junior and Senior COUNTRY STEAK. 58 S ,
With White RiceTOMORROW'S
Miss Ava!"t is an A and B honor -

fellow seniors as the one "Most BAKED BEEF
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I A -t' _ 'FriscoSAN _

r FRANCISCO (AP-B06) :' Georgia AAU Meet

_. -Ip _______ Friend pitched a five-hitter as

the Pittsburgh Pirates trounced

__ the San Francisco Giants 9-2 behind -- .
A. J. FOYT IN REAR-ENGINED OFFY the hitting of Jerry Lynch kIt: .' ; : -': ,,

He'll start in middle of second row (154.672) and Roberto Clemente. A & M Star

Lynch homered 'off starter

Eight More Drivers Get Gaylord following Perry Bill in Virdon's the first sin-inning Leads WayTo

gle. He sent another run homein

the Pirates' two-run third. 3 MarksATLANTA

Spots in 500-Mile Field Cl mente' slammed a two-run

homer, off Perry in the seventh. (AP) The Knox-

Re also scored in the third after ville, Tenn., Track Club won the

DALE he singled. '. ',. .. ., ...' .' 1NJrrlr\: 14th[ annual Georgia AAU Track
1 Offenhauser on the south retain- Prix and qualified his Brabham- '

Associated Press Sports Writer ing wall late in the day but escaped Offenhauser at 152.504 miles an Friend _:4 ;: 'k' \\ Meet Saturday night, piling up
4-3 limited Willie
I now far Florida
c 52V& points to surpass -
( ) Six injury. A mechanic was hour. .' :
I Mays to a double in four at A&M's 26.
Indianapolis Motor Speedway hurt earlier in the pits. .
Brabham ran without his bats. That'sliced ., t.
Mays' National & ;, Eight records were smashedin
veterans and two rookies quali 1 The 29 qualified cars averaged 1' .
chief mechanic _
Moore of
Denny League-leading average five the meet three by Florida
fied cars. Saturday for the Memorial 152.9 m.p.h against the 149.8 average : b -.
Tulsa Okla. who
struck in
was points to .400. The Giant captain A&M.
Day 500-mile race, leaving for the entire starting the side by a wing nut thrown scored on Orlando Cepeda's Robert Hayes, who holds the
four spots to be filled in the last
line-up year. from theseparated wheel of a second single of the game in the it'1 unofficial world record of 9.1

33-car field in final time trials I. Two British-American hybridcars car driven by Paul Russo of In sixth. seconds in the 100-yard dash,

Sunday. were qualified by an Aus- dianapolis. Moore was listed in w set a meet record of 9.4. Hayes
Wind, with gusts to 29 tralian veteran and San Francisco scored its firstrun '
up racing a good condition at Methodist Hos- also ran a leg of his team's
j miles hour and two American. in the second walk 1
per spectacular young pital. ,ona and -- winning 440-yard relay and mile

J accidents, reduced the Jack Brabham, 38, twice singles by Cepeda and Jim Dav relay teams, both of which set

fit activity world road racing champion, Russo maneuvered his car enport. records. The previous meet record -.

Dempsey Wilson of Lawndale, flew back overnight from prac- around two turns on three

. Calif., crashed a rear-engine! ticing for,Sunday's Dutch Grand wheels and was not hurt. the The eighth Pirates. as added Jim two Pagliaroni runs in One of Air Show Stunts Buddy in the Fowlkes 1009.5was of Atlanta set by in

., Bobby Unser of Albuquerque, singled across one run and 1960.

N.M., turned in the fifth best Friend sent another home on a Bob Nance will fly .this plane upside down between a pair of poles in the air Other meet records were set

Gators Divide speed of the first 26 qualifiers.His squeeze buntPITTSBURGH show today at ,Stengel- Field. There will be 10 acts in the event which startsat In the mile, 220-yard dash, two-

),, average Saturday with an SAN FRANCISCO 2 p.m. Gates open at 10 a.m. The program is co-sponsored by the North Central mile, triple jump and pole vault.

American Novi engine in a four- brfcbi abrhbi Florida Jump Club and the Alaclnii County Sheriff Reserve Force.Knoop's Top Scorer I
: wheel drive Schofield ss 5 1 3 5 Hart 3b 4 0 1 0 Auburn's Tom Mitchell was
English Ferguson
; With FSU NineTALLAHASSEE Virdon cf 5 2 2 1 J. Alou rf 4000 .
chassis was 154.865. He had top Clemente rf 5 2 2 2 Mays cf 4110 high point man with 8. Hayes
Lynch If 3113: McCovey If 3100
and Phil Smith of the Knoxville
laps over 155.. Mota If 1000 Cepeda Ib 4021
Freese 3b 4120 Haller c 3000 Grand Slam Lifts Track Club tied for second at
Mazer'skl 2b 4 0 0 0 D'venport 2b 3 0 1 1
Randy two runs came in. Dave Por-] Unser made his first start in Clenden'n Ib 4 1 1 ObHlller 1000 7. /

Brown, a scrub sophomore hit ter's single scored Montgomery. the 500 last year and escaped Friend Pagllaronl p c 3111 4 all cSnider Pagan ss 3000 1000 Auburn took third place in

\ ting all of .111 for the season, Singles by Montgomery unburt from .a wreck on the PerryP 2000 the meet with 24 points while

bashed a single to right field in Blomgren and Creese, coupled third lap. His brother, Jerry, aM.Mack'nzie Alou p 1000 0 0 0 0 Angels Over Yankees 95NEW Georgia Tech was fourth with

the 15th inning to provide Florida with another error, brought a was killed at the Speedway in Totals 31 out Ml for t Totals Perry In 7th 33;2 5.2sGrounded b- 13. Tech's score was good

', State with a 4-3 victoryover run in the eighth. Two more 1958. Flied for out Pagan for Davenport In 'tn.- In 9th; cfliedout enough to win the Georgia District -

Flotida in a 4-hours-and- Gators crossed in the ninth. A Mickey Thompson of Long Pittsburgh .202.100 220-f YORK (AP) Bobby an early Angel lead going seventh of the season and 426thof championship.

" 15-minutes struggle here Satur- ,walk, Montgomery's triple andShannon's Beach Calif. the second of San Francisco .10.001 000-2 Knoop, a "good-field, nohit"rookie ahead 5-4 on a five-hit, three- his career, tying him for the A ninth record, set by Jerry

\ day afternoon. fly to center brought his low-slung, ,rear-engine got Fords port.E-McCovey PO-A-Pittsburgh 2, Hart 2716...Virdon San Daven-Fran- second baseman, belteda run splurge against Bo Belin- No. 1 spot among active players Smith cf Auburn in the 40, was

The Gators had intentionally ,them in.Montgomery. into the line-up. Eddie Johnsonof cisco cisco 27-9.4.2B .- LOB-Pittsburgh 4, San Fran- grand slam home run in the sky in the fourth. Mickey Man- with /LMdie Mathews of the disqualified when Smith ran out

walked the preceding hitter, -Hart. Mays. HR-Lynch. Clemente. sixth inning as the Los Angeles tie, who had accounted for the Milwaukee Braves. of his lane. His time of 48.7
t i rapped three ofFlorida's Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, veteran -Mazeroskl, Friend. SF-Lynch. nullified. Moore of the
Angels came from behind and first two Yankee runs with a Bob Duliba, who replaced Be- Ray I
Larry Johnson, to get to Brown, IP H R ER BB SO
nine hits of 10 500s qualified it at 152. '
and the Leesburg boy an out- in that one. Friend VY 4-3 .1 S 2 2 2 2 beat the New York Yankees 9-5 home run in the first inning, igniting linsky in the fourth and pitched Knoxville Track Club was declared -
FSU 7 6 0 4
held to four hits Dan- Perry U 2-1 7 11
fielder pressed into service as ; by 905.Bob Mackenzie 2 1 2 1 1 0 Saturday for their first victoryin the rally with a double, two' scoreless innings,was credited the winner at 49.1. ]
ny Eggart's pitching, got two U-Williams. Smith, Sudol. Pelekoudas. I Florida A&M's mile .
a catcher, looked like duck in Veith of Fort Bragg, T222. A-20,113. their last five games. which was followed by suc-! with the victory. Bob Lee, relay

I runs the third when they Calif., who has started in seven cessive hits by Tom Tresh, El- a rookie, handcuffed the Yan- team of Hayes, Frank Carroll,

soup. bunched three of their hits. 500s, qualified a rear-engine Knoop, a .240 hitter, was the ston Howard and Joe Pepitone.The kees with two harmless singlesover Caesar Austin and Leonard Kelley :

t Playing In the stead of Ken Eggart walked only three in Huffaker Offenhauser at 153.381. ClevelandOutlasts first batter to face Bill Stafford homer for Mantle was his. the last four innings. cut 4.5 seconds off the rer '.

Suarez, the .400 hitter who sat winning his eighth game against pitching in relief of starter ord of 3:20.5 set in 1958 by an

out tte game with an arm in- four losses. Bob Harkey, Charlotte, N.C., Al Downing, after the Angels unattached team.

jury, Brown had trouble be- became the fifth rookie in the had loaded the bases on a sin- New Mark

hind the plate and at the plate.I Florida Pendley 3b ab 622Red r h Florida 2b State ab 512 r h line-up by qualifying the Weir gle and two walks. Knoop drovein Blues Whites A&M's team of Hayes, Kelley,

\ He was O-for-6 for the day, 4-, Duncan If 502 Augustine cf 512 roadster, Jim Rathmann's 1960 I another run 'with a bases Grady Smith and Jerome Elas
Shannon Ib 413
McBryde rf ill
for-36 for the season. i Monfgmry 5 0 0 Nichols Ib 501 winner, at 151.573. Tigers, 11-9 loaded walk in the second. ran the 440-relay in 41.1, beatingthe

had led off Porter Creese 0 0 0 Johnson ss 41 2 Downing, the loser, issued six. Tallahassee Athletic Club's
Monty McBryde c 701 Brown e 701 When 33 cars have qualified
the inning with a walk and Elliott Morcrott cf 500 ChmlelwsM :3b' 5 0 0 other make the field CLEVELAND (APLeon passes in 5 1-3 innings. Play 14-14 Tie record of 42.5 set last year.
no car can
IS 6 oi Dahlen If 400
Wagner knocked in five runs The Yankees had wiped out Copley Vickers of Tennessee'sSoutheastern
Gary Nichols moved him along Anderson p 400 b-Rountret 000 by turning the four laps
Zabala p 200 Chalhub 100 with a homer and a single Sat. Conference cham-
with a sacrifice. Then'c a m e Ranew p 201Thomas 0, faster than the slowest qualifier .LOS ANGELES ,NEW YORK
Johnson and the judicious walk i i- 100 urday powering the Cleveland I abrhM abrhbi. By JAMES RUSSELL and ran it back 38 yards for the pionship team ran the mile in
which is then
Creely p 300 "bumped. Indians 11-9 Pearson If 3' 1 2 Kubek ss 4000 Sun 4:11.9, beating the record of
to over converted.The
to him. I Totals 4311 Totals 5)411 an victory Knoop 2b 3115 eBlanchrd 1000 Sportswriter score. Tyre against .
} _filed: out for Ranew In 0th.bswung the Detroit Tigers. Fregosi ss 2 0 1 Rich'dson 2t,4 020 Whites 4:14.4 set by Mike Conley in
Florida had led 3-2 going into at third strike for Dahlen In Koppe as 3 0 0 Marls rf 3110 The Bha-" and Whites battledto came to life in

the bottom of the ninth. Johnson I CoILs Down Wagner's big day zoomed his Moran Adcock 3b lb 4220 501 0Mantle Tresh If cf 4111 4222 a 14-14 deadlock last nightat the last half. The running of Tom 1958.Clemson's Nelson beat
banged Carley Anderson's Florida ............100 001 010 000 000-3 RBI total to 32. He brought the Thomas Rodgers c rf 5021 4110 Howard Pepitone c Ib 4121 4011 Harris Field in the annualP. Hansen and Jerry Snyder the triple jump very record of 43-9
t Florida State .... Ml 000 001 000 001 4 Indians from behind with his sparked the comeback. Hansenran
first pitch of the inning over I Slmpsn cf 4321 Boyer 3b 4000 K. Yonge spring football set fellow .
8..4'HOUSTON 0 0 Downing 2010 by Tiger Carter Leland
Mets. three-run homer in the first aft- Belmsky pOD p 37 yards for one touchdownand
left field wall a game-tying E-Pendley. Shannon. 0000
the Brown. Porter Duliba p 0000 Stafford p game. last with of
Montgomery. RBI McBryde. Blomgren. J er the Tigers had jumped on aTorres 000 o homer. Duncan bSmith 0100 Meyer 0000 The Blues 14-0 halftime 46-lOtt.
Johnson. Brown. PO-A-Fla. p ran up a
t the 43-20. FSU 45-25. DP-Montgomery. Mor- (AP) Throwingerrors rookie southpaw Tommy John R; Lee p 1000 dLinr 1000 make it 14-7. Johnson then
The outcome evened ser lead of touch- Other team
on a pair includedthe
croft and Shannon Nichols Johnson Totals 34 911' Totals 3i 5 10 5 scores
rivals. by New York pitchers for[ two runs. a-Walked for Duliba In 6th; b-Ran threw a 28-yard pass to Danny
ies between the two state Reed; Reed Johnson and Nichols; downs. Billy Ganong inter- Tallahassee Athletic Club
for Torres in 6th; -Filed out for Staf- Dennison for the final touch
Florida had won 6-2 on Friday. Chmielewskl, Reed and Reed Nichols.and .Nichols LOB ;Fla.Johnson 14- Jerry Hinsley and Ron Locke His seventh-toning single ford In 7th; d-Grounded out for Meyerin cepted a pass to start the drive 12%, Clemson 10, Clark 6, More.

Now comes a Gainesville show- FSU I. 2B-Shannon. 38-Augustine- led to four runs in the eighth in- capped a four-run uprising 9th>- e-Filed out -for Kubek in *th. which went 61 yards with Steve down. Hansen barreled over for house 6, Florida 6, South Carolina

Shannon. HR-Johnson. 'SB-Pendley. Me- ning that the Houston Coltsan I Dick Egan the third .. 030 m 100- the extra point that tied it.
gave against Los Angeles
down in a season-ending seriesof Tuttle running 33 for the high- 5, Georgia 5, Tennessee 5
Bryde 2. Elliott. Chmielewskl. Brown. S- New York ..:::::.'.::::::: 200 300 000-5 ,
three games between the two Montgomery Augustine, Duncan, Shannon 8-4 victory over the Mets in Detroit pitcher. Dick Howser'ssingle light play. The Whites reached the Blues'! = Chicago Track Club 5, Tech
Nichols. first ofvinight the other two PO-A Los Angeles 27-7 New 13 in the final but could
the rain-splattered knocked in E-Koppe. period
and Saturday. game freshmen JJ Atlanta Striders
next Friday IP H R ER BB SO York 27-12. DP-Koppe. Knoop and Ad- Also a standout in the pushwas I ,
missed Anderson I 1-3' 3 2 1 6 a*\) doubleheader Satur. runs. cock. LOB-Los Angeles 8, New York 5. back Marell who not score as defensive play took Florida freshmen 2, unattached
sides scoring car-
Zabala (L) 6 2.3 1 1 1 5 0 28-Rodgers. Mantle. Tresh. 3B-Fre-
chances in the 10th, 11th and Ranew I S 3 2 4 6 day' night. i Rain delayed the game for gosi. HR-Knoop, Mantle. S Belinsky ried four times for sizeable over. I 1.
Creely (W 4-0) 7 ZOO 5 1 lodgers Knoop.
I 12th innings. Then Zabala and HBP-Chmielewskl (Anderson). WP Rain delayed the start of the one hour and two minutes during IP H R ERBB SO yardage. The touchdown cameon Tyre and Ganong tied for hon
Brown. T-4:1S. Balk Ranew. UShawand in the Belinsky ....... 3 7 5 5 0 2Duiiba.
Creely set down the opposition Schenck. A-400. game an hour and six minutes, a Tiger rally W, 1-0 .... 2 2 0 0 0 1 a two-yard pass from Mac ors as most improved players.
13th and 14th. The The Tigers had scored three R. Lee ........... 4 1 0 I 1 1 Johnson to Covey Johnston.
1-2-3 in the Fridays Came then forced another delay after Downing, L. 1-1 .. 3 1-3 S 8 8 7 5 Kenny O'Steen was voted most
Gators got a leadoff batter on Florida ab r II Florida Slat ab r h the fifth inning for one hour and runs and had runners at first Stafford ........ 12-33 1 1 0 1 Tyre made the extra point. hustling player. Steve Twedellwas
Meyer ..........2 3 0 0 0 0
in the 15th as Duncan singled Pendley 3b 320 Reed 2b 300 20 minutes. and third with two out x-Faced 4 men in 4th. The Blues scored again as selected top lineman and AMERICAN LEAGUE
Duncan If 210 1 00
'rain fell. When the game're- WP-Downing. U-Carrigan. Haller,
but he got no further than sec- Shannon If 400 Creely p 000 I Hurley. Flaherty. T-2:53. A- & 12. Ganong picked off another pass Hansen best back by UF line Will Lost Pet. B.hin4
Mntgomery 2b 4 2 3 Murray p 000 NEW YORK Twilight HOUSTON Game sumed, reliever Sonny Siebert coach Gene Ellenson. Chicago ...... 1. S -7 _
ond. Blomgren rf 3 0 1 Augustine cf 401 '
all r" III foul Baltimore ... 21 13 .61. tIJ
Porter c, 501 McBryde If 400Creese'cf abrhbi got Bill Freehan on a pop. '
In the Friday game, Florida 4 0 2 Nichols rt-lf 401 McMillan u 4 1 1 0 Llllis 3b-SS 4210 I PKY coach Mike Gutierrezwas Cleveland New York ........ II 17 12 13 .600 1';'
Kanehl cf 5 1 OOFoX2b 4330 Bob Chance contributed a two Boston 27- h .567 2'1
Morcroft S3 402 Suarez C 300 Leaps ....., .
scored three. times in the first Hunt 2b 5031 Spangler If 5 2 1 0 If 15 .55' 2YJ
with the He
Eggart p :310 Johnson ss 300 Gonder 4 1 3lBondrf 3021 run double to the Indians' at- pleased game. Boston ....... 15 1. .Dl 5\'a
inning and was never headed.' Rountre Ib 200 Thomas Ib 411 White cf 5034 said there was good hitting. "I Detroit ....... 15 If oMl 6Va
a-Brown 100 Altman If 4010 Staub Ib 5000 tack. For New U.S. Record Washington ....16 23 All I
Pendley was safe on an error.I Chalhub rf 100 Hinsley p 0000 Bateman c 4000 Chance and Woodie Held hit think these boys have the desire Los Angeles .... 14 22 .38t 0'
Duncan walked. On Earl Mont- Cnmllewskl 38 3 1 1 Locke p 0000 Kaska ss 4010 to have another winning season Kansas City ... 12 22 .3.U's Va
Howell p 211 Hl kmln rf :3' 0 0 1 Woodesh'k pO 0 0 0 back-to-back doubles in the
gomery's single, and center- b-Thomas 000 cSmlth 3b 4010 Owens p 2000 fifth coming off MODESTO, ,Calif. (AP) with a throw of 212 feet, 4 inches ," he said.Gutierrez I Results
Bearse 2b 000 Cisco p 1 000 Jones p 1010 three-run one Los Angeles f. New York S
fielder Mike Augustine's error, Titus 32 "Tatal. 3124 aSteph's'nWakefleld 1 010 Asprote 3t 0100 starter Phil Regan and the next Ralph Boston shattered the .far off his best of 23110. Boston 5. Kansas City 4
a-struck out for Rountree In 7th. p'' 1 000 American record in the broad Les Tipton of the University of praised Mac Johnson's Chicago 14 Washington 2
I Minnesota 5,
b-walked for Howell in 8th. Sturdlvant p 1 000 off Mickey Lolich. Baltimore I
c-struck out for Reed In Ith. bChi-fer If 1 000 homerfor jump with a leap of 27 feet 2tt Oregon pulled a surprise with a quarterbacking, Johnson Cleveland 11. Detroit 9
Totals 37 4 11 3 Totals 37 812 Sa Dick McAuliffe hit a who opened the with the
inches in the California Relays javelin victory over Frank Covi- game TODAY'S GAMES
Budweiser Cisco in 5th a5at.on .
Singled for ;
Florida .............. '30* Ma 12 4 the Tigers.
for Sturdivant in Ith. Blues switched to the Whitesthe Los Angeles (Chance 2-1 and Newman
Florida State ........' 002 *M MO-] New error York ...... ...____. ow 018 100-4 Saturday night, just three-quar- elli of the Pasadena Athletic 1-7) at New York (Bouton 9-2 and
Houston ___.....-......... Ml sos 14*_IE DETROIT CLEVELAND ters of an inch off Russian Igor Club. Tipton hurled ,the spear last half and had a hand Terry 13)WashIngton
Chmtetewskl 2. Augustine. Johnson -Cisco. LUlls. Woodeshlck Hinsley. abrhbi akrhbi I. in the 14-point rally. Gutierrez (Narum 3-2 and Osteen 3-4)
Splits Pair 3 I; RBI-Montgomery 3. Porter. Howell. Locke. Gonder. -New York 24-10. Wert 3b 4 3 2OHuwSrSS 4222 Ter-Ovanesyan's world mark. 250-10* while Covielli, the most at Chicago (Herbert 1-3 and HorlenDetroit
Augustine. Crease Shannon; --Fla. Houston 27-11. DP-Kaslto. Fox and Staub. Lumpe 2b 5 1 2 1 L. Brown 2b 4 3 2 0Kaline The wind measured 1.6 miles consistent at theevent in the said, "He showed this by bring- 1-1)
27-6. FSU 27-1. DP Johnson. Reed LOB-New York f. Houston 11. rf 3132 Wagner If 5135Freehan : I. (Wickersham 5-3 and Hamilton
Budweiser and D a n I e l's and Rountree; LOB Fla. 9. FSU 4; 2B- 2B-Llllis. 3B-Hunt. $-McMillan, Fox. c 5011 Alvis 35 4111Demeler per hour, well under the allow- United States, had 259-11%. ing the White team from be, 8-1) at Cleveland (Ramos 1-2 and Bell
Howell, IP H R ERBB SO cf 2012 Romano C 4110bBruton I 21)Minnesota
Plumbing ot Winter Haven splita SB-Shannon Augustine; Montgomery; Montgomery SFShannon. -; Cisco ..........4 J 3 3 1 5 cf 3000 Whitftehl Ib 4000 able of. 4.47'as Boston, the vet- Grambling College of Louisiana -hind. The PKY coach was (Roland 1.1 and Stigman 0-3)
Wake eld ...... 2 1-3 6 1 1 1 Ii Cash Ib 4110 Kindall Ib 0000 high in his prais eof his ends, at Baltimore (Roberts 1-2 and Pappas
softball twin bill at City Park IP H R ERBISOEggartWt4) Sturdivant _.." 2-:1: I S S 1 1 Thomas If 2000 Chance rf 4132 eran Olympian, completed the ; ran the 440 yard relay 32)Kansas
xHinsley, 1., 0-2.0 0 3 1 2 S 1 cG. Brown If 3 0 1 0 eRamos 0100 longest jump of his career bet- !around two turns equalling the Johnston and Dennison. City (Drabowsky M and Segul(
Budweiser 2-0 2 : ,
4 2 3 6
last night. won 2 1 1 Smith rf 1000
Locke ..... .. .1 1 1 0 S S M'Alllltte SS 3 2-3) at Boston (Lamabe "'-1 and Connolly
in the and Daniel's Howell (U 5-5) 8 I 4 3 4 6, Owens ..""...... 42.37 3 3 2 11 Regan 2 0 OOHeidCf 3111 tering his own American recordof i established world record of 40 Tackle caused Gutierrez 0-2.
opener Creely 2/31222: Jones ..._.;... 21-3 3 1 1 0 2 Lolich p 0000 John p 1000 some
scored 2-1 in the second fray. Murray 1/3' 0 0 1 CIwpCreeY I Woodeshick W 122- I S S S 1 dPnitlips 1110 aFrancona 0 0 5 0 27-1%. seconds flat.Earlier concern as PKY has a group of NATIONAL LEAGUE
; T..2JO; Balk-Howell; USchenik x Faced 3 men in 8th. Egan p 0000 Grant p 1000 this however 1 W L Pd. G.I.
Bobby Barnes hurled the shut- & Shaw A-750. U-SecorY. Burkhart. pryor. T-2:42. Navarro SlSSAbernattypOS0O Boston's longest jump came year, an inexperienced players at that San Francisco 22 13 .629 -
Wood 0001 Siebert p 15.0 Australian national team ran s-PhiladelphIa 20 1.615
in the same Modesto Junior College -
four II
out victory. He Ury p 0000 position. 5t. Louis 22 15 ..595 1
hits. Budweiser got both runs "ratals 37f 13t Totals 3*111111a stadium where in 1961 he ;.39.9 with that mark pending'of- Milwaukee 19 16 .54 3
Walked for John in 4th; b-Struck Pittsburgh 19 17 .521 :M
in the first inning on a single Simmons Tinney out for Demeter In 6th; c-Singled for i became the first man ever to tidal approvaL The Grambling; The halftime B squad game CIncinnati ..471sLos
Kendall Thomas in tth; d-Singled for Lolich In 'jump 27 feet I team of Don Meadows, Richard went to the Blues, 6-0. Angeles : : .455 f1
by Prince triple by 7th; e-Ran for Chance bi JIlts f-Hit Chicago 14 II A3I 6'

Buck Benton and sacrifice fly sacrifice fly for Navarro in Stn. Al Oerter of the New York 'Stebbings, Verus Ragsdale and BLUES WHITES Houston New York 11 11 U 22 .297 A36 12 7-

Billy Knight The locals got Shadburn HonoredThree Detroit ._............... 201 1M 230-- fCleveland 'Athletic Club hurled the discus Don Owens also ran a 40 flat a First downs 8 I x-paylng night gameYesterdays
by ............... 308 031_40x-11 month from rushing 6"
only two hits and none after the 203 feet 6K inches to set a ago.Tie from passing 1 2 Results
Gainesville blankets FrIday E-Wagner. PO-A-Detroit 24-7. Cleveland from penalties 1 2 Houston t. New York 4
High School gridders won California record.
first inning.In
27-t. DP-Howser. L. Brown and Relays Game Yards gained rushing m JM (Second game Incomplete at press time)
the nightcap, Budweiser night for their performances during spring football drills. Whitfteld. LOB-Detroit 7, Cleveland 10. The muscular ex-Kansas star, Yards gained passing 12. 63 Chicago $. Cincinnati. 3
2B-Chance 2. Lumpe Held. HR-Wag- Passes 3-11 3-tT Pittsburgh 9 New York 2
hurler Harold Floyd gave only (See story on page 64)). ner, McAuliffe. SB An/is. S Grant. SF- who holds the official record at BULLETINLOS Punt -2U 2-42J Milwaukee 8. St. Louis 4 ,

one hit but was a loser. Daniel's Al Simmons, a standout on offense and defense all through Kaline_ Wood. OpReganL,34..4236 H R ERBB SO 205-5'1and has thrown 20() -6 this ANGELES The Phila- Yards Fumbles lost lost penalties *4 S 35 I // TODAY'S GAMES

walk sacrifice and practice got the nod as "Toughest 'Cane of Them AD 6 6 5 1 outthrew a field including delphia Phillies and Los Angeles Score by quarters! Chicago (Jackson 5-3 and Totti -1) at
scored on a Loocn .......... 11-33 1 1 1 1 year, BLUES ................ 7 7 0-14 Cincinnati (OTooJe M and Ellis 2-1)
single for its first run and an while Steve Tinney, halfback, was named most improved Egan ........... 1.3. 4 4 0 I former world champion Rink Dodgers were tied at 2-2 after WHITES .............. S t14 0-14 St. Louis (Washburn 2-1 and Brogue 2-31
Navarro ........ 2-3 0Lary 5 0 0 1 at Milwaukee (Spahn 3-3 and Lemas-
error, walk and error for the back and Randy Shadburn, tackle, was selected. most Improved ......... ... 1 0 0 0 1 1 Babka. nine innings ,of play Saturday Scoring Touchdowns summary ter 4-2)

second tally. Budweiser countedon lineman. John Grant.W.3-3..3._....: ...... 4 5 5 4 2 4 2 2 0 3 1 Hal Connolly, Ihe world record -night in their National League Blues Johnston: (2. pass from John- Pittsburgh Vests 3-3)(Friend at San 3-3 Francisco or Gibbon(Sanford 3-1 and

Cook's single, error 'land hit The awards, .an annual affair, are presented by the Gainesville Abernathy ...... 2-33 :3 3 2 I holding hammer thrower, baseball game.Philadelphia son PAT); Tyre lyre(14. run 2 (). )-. .. 4-3 and Marlchal 4-1)
Siebert ......... 11-35 I 0 0HBP 1 w' Philadelphia (Bunning 5-1) at Los Angeles
by Kendall. Both Cook and Kendall High School Quarterback dob. Tom Hanssen is presi- -By Egan (Held). WP-John. Abernathy won his fourth California Relays I 001 001 000 Whites -' Dennison (21. pass from (Willhite 2-3 or Moeller 1-3) New York

had two hits each. dent of the QB Club. Stewart., T Lary.- :os.U-A-1,4fl.Stevens, Napp Rice title in this 23rd annual event Los Angeles 0 002 000 000 Johnson PAT Hansen Hinxii X(35(runs run).). Might(Stallard 3-5) at Houston (Bryce $-U,

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02 Gainesville Sun Sunday. May 24. 1964

Blue Blomgren Seniors Beat Rebels 25-7

Lone Gator )92e

In Santa Fe pring GameALACHUAHIGH


Play Made SPRINGSThe Danny Adams clicked for a long ,Thomas for another and CecD

BIRMINGHAM, ALA., (AP- Seniors came from behind gain. Adams then passed to Quates scored the third whenhe
Auburn and Mississippi dominated in the second half to, gaina Louis Seagle, an end, for 10 picked up a fumble and
the 1964 All-SEC baseball 25-7 football win over next yards and a touchdown. The ran 19 yards with it.
SchoolNow team released Saturday by Sct' 4 a year's Santa Fe gridders in extra point was added via Roberts said Rooks, Adams
By Commissioner Bernie Moore. the spring windup game at placement and the varsity led and defensive tackles Charles
Rebel Field Friday night. r-6 and protected that marginthe Kersey and Doyle Sikes were
Auburn took five and
positions rest of the half.
standouts. Kersey and Sikes,
Mississippi four. Coach Charlie Roberts said
that Westley Unseld has signed 'a scholarship to play he' ''was well-pleased with the In the third period the Reb-- defensive tackles, give the Reb-
basketball with the University of Louisville, an interesting Only one other school had effort of his 1964 eleven. "We els were hit by fumbleitis. The els great strength in the line,
revelation can be made. In fact,'several revelations. more than' one All-SEC perfor- had eight players, who never Seniors got three easy touch- Roberts said. Sikes is being
mer-Alabama with two. had started a game before downs after bobbles around tried as an offensive halfback,
Florida cage fans already know that Kentucky made a big
star. He would have been and in the first half we werea the 20-yard line by the. var .
pitch for the 6-8, 235-pound Negro The: team: also.A
the first Negro eager to play in the Southeastern Conferencehad real good football team. sity.Greg good crowd of nearly 500
the Wildcats landed him. First base-Tommy Keyes, I The Seniors took the opening Blount ran eight yards watched the windup to Santa
Ole Miss, .354. kickoff for one passed 15 yards to Fe's spring drills.TopWeigIlted .
Georgia Tech also was after the big man. Byron Gilbreath ro I and drove for a
assistant basketball coach at Tech, made the statement last Second base-Jimmy Martin, r mU. score to lead 6-0 as Kenny
Wednesday night when Unseld signed with Louisville that the Auburn, ..333.ShortstopDonnie. Ray Thomas ran 15 yards for '
Kelso Runs
Cardinals assured themselves of being in the national basketball the touchdown.The l
finals. Ole Miss, tied; for league batting Rebels came right backon
Gilbreath said, "The school that gets him (Unseld) is almost title at .400. \ a long drive to score and Next-to-Last in RaceBy
assured,of reaching the NCAA finals before he finishes I YM go ahead. A great catch by
win it but they're almost a Third base-Jimmy Barfield, halfback Layne Rooks of a
up there. I'm not saying they'll BOB MYERS Cyrano returned $8.20, $4.60
cinch to reach the round of four. Unseld definitely is one of Auburn, tied for lead in triples pass thrown by quarterback Associated Press Sports Writer and $3.20* Quita Dude, with

the top three college prospects in the country." with four, ..361.UtilityOtis INGLEWOOD, Calif. (AP- Johnny Longden aboard, paid
Bibb, Auburn, Local Kelso, making his first start in $16.60 and $7.20 and Admiral's -
led in hits with 27 tied Bar- Boys
six months
and packing 130 Voyage, ridden by Bill
field in triples, .350. pounds, ran next to last Satur Shoemaker, returned $4.80.
Outfield Glenn Lusk, Ole Sweep Honors
day as Cyrano captured the
While the magnetic name
ai Miss, tied Kessinger for batting i
t4 $ t $55,500 Los Angeles Handicap at Kelso, winner four times In a
lead at .400 Andrews I In MarblesThe
; Mickey I
Alabama, .377; Jack Ervin, Ten I right turn. .. I Hollywood Park.Practically row of horse of the year laurels
in the and second all-time winner
never race
nessee, .359; Bill Blomgren, Boys' Club of Gainesville money
at any stage, Kelso, the heavily in horse racing, merited his
Florida, led in RBIS with 21, walked off with the first four
backed favorite, ran eighth in popularity, the physical facts
.285. }-
i a '., places in the State Boys' Clubs
the field of nine
as the second were against him.
Catchers-Harry Doles, Auburn marbles tournament here yes-
for Unseld's late .225; Buddy French, Ala- terday. Larry Compton, 14, son choice with the crowd of some Seven furlongs is hardly his
There was a behind-the-scenes reason 55,000, Cyrano, took charge at distance. He hadn't raced at
bama, .240. a of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Compton
signing with Louisville. the the top of the stretch and won this short distance since his
Pitcbers-Jimmy'Cryset, 'Auburn won championship by defeated
Last Wednesday (May 20), was the first day of the new 7-0); Richard Prine, Ole teammate Craig Brown. pulling. away., young years.
inter-conference 'letter of intent which is being honored by Miss, 6-0>; Steve George, Louisiana Quita Dude was second and His 130 pounds, which.included -
_ most major conferences and independent schools in the nat State, 3.2.Badgers. David Flowers and Milo Hel- Admiral's Voyage third.
w ton, also of Gainesville, finished! The time for the seven fur- jockey Ismael Valenzuela,
t tion. third and fourth respectively. I longs was 1:21.2. was six more than Cyrano'spackage.

They Protected Him Other entries included members' Jockey Johnny Rotz was .
Cop ; from Boys' Clubs in Bradenton: flown from New York to ride And he hadn't raced since last

I to have signed.with Louisville on May .:. : and Palmetto. Other membersof Cyrano for the Greentree Sta- Nov. 11 when he lost by one- I
Unseld actually was ;:: :. .:::; :: ; .
8, and reportedly did, but this protected him only from the track Title : :t. \ the Gainesville team included ble, and an artful job he did in half length to Mongo in the J'
other schools in the Missouri Valley Conference of which Jimmy Flowers and Jimmy II.rating the sprint-loving 5-year- Washington, D.C., Internationalat

b-;;1 Louisville is a new member. EVANSTON, I1L (APWis Chastain. old. Laurel. ._- -- -- !

By signing on May 20, Louisville, thanks to the inter-con- consin, hitting for 12 points in 9a
c Unseld from no less than 64 other the high hurdles, captured its 'i1; "" ; $
ference pact, first outdoor track and field ; ,:$ L&L MEN'S SHOP :
So do championship since 1931 in the : :}:: ..,K
subscribes to the pact :
Conference S.
t the The Big Southeastern Ten, Big Eight, Southwest,. Atlantic Coast and South' 64th Big Ten Conference meetat 6kFS.:
windswept Dyche Stadium
ern. Also, independents such as Syracuse, Tech, Pittsburgh, Saturday. ; J MAY CLEARANCEJUST
Penn State, Houston, Florida State, Marquette and Southern Pre-meet favorite Michiganwas i

I Illinois. hard hit when its defending ;

\, Louisville got Unseld. The other schools rated high in the high hurdles champion, Cliff 1S 1
running were Kansas, which gave his high school coach a Nuttall, went to a hospital at IN TIME FOR, GRADUATION BUYINGSUITSSCHAFFNER
job as an assistant mentor; Kentucky, Cincinnati, Ohio State dawn with a serious stomach :) """ ,

and Illinois. disorder, presumably bleeding : & MARX
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' ulcers. :
,- Blue Chips Are Best As a result, Wisconsin' .hi

Badgers swept the first three .SS ;s
{ Some cage fans may' wonder why all the furor over Unseld. places in that event, paced by $5999FORMERLY
J. As Gator coach Norman Sloan phrased it two years ago, there new champion Gene Dix with a 1'v l 85.00

always are just a few "blue chip" players in the country, 14.5 clocking. Friday Wiscon- S. NOW............... ..
players a college coach knows instinctively will make the sin's Don Hendrickson upset ..
jump from high school to college basketball. Any school that. Michigan's Austrian Olympic CHECK YOUR SIZE BELOW

i gets one is in businessSIoaa said.It hopeful Ernst Soudek in the ,mu" .

In past years, ,tbVblue, ,'chippers have 1't been such as Wilt; discus to start a Badger parade finishes figure eight. SIZE3713EI39I40I411441461/ '
Chamberlain, Oscar Robertson, Jerry Lucas, Bill Bradley, to five first places in the two REG. I 1 I 1 Ill I I I 161 I I

Walt Hazard and Jeff Mullins. day meet.A I LONG I 1 1 I I 2 I 1 I I J JEX.

Florida cage followers ,are going to get a look at one next I gusty 18 m.p.h. cross wind e Eight LONG I I I I I I I 2 I
slanting into the finish lines,
his I
December. He plays for North Carolina and name is slackened for
Bobby Lewis. Make a note of it. He'll likely be alleverythingbefore meet record enough only one ENTIRE STOCK OF NATIONAL BRAND
\ a
he ends his Tar Heel career. I the right with the dog kept on I

And if Lewis isn't enough of a draw, the Tar Heels, still chored Michigan's by new mile quarter relay,mile an- ) take the outside small,steps the trainer so he will should not I zf SUITS $ 99 I

have Billy Cunningham. He's a country fair ballplayer, too. champion Kent Bernard. get too far ahead. When the 59
Carolina has a pair of blue chips. However the
In fact, one might say meet's only circling is done to the left with
the Run double winner, halfback Trenton the the dog on the inside, the train.i .I Reg. 69.95 .... . ..
Caught on Jackson of Rose Bowl champion
should take
er long steps tomake

i Bill Thompson, former star tackle for Gainesville High ings Illinois with, sped a to 9.5 creditable victory in clock.the I it unnecessary his for the dogto ti), HART, SCHAFFNER &. MARX

School, is moving right into contention in the Vanderbilt picture I 100 dash and a 21.3 triumph in I change pace. SPORT COATS
for next football season. the 220 spruit.Wisconsin I
. to ((30)) MINUTES DAY WITH
Scoop Hudgins, Commodore sports informatioa director, i achieving only its YOUR DOG.PDA t;
; SIZE 1 3
has informed that the 6-3, 256- fourth outdoor title in Big Ten r T REG. 1.I nTllyp4 $ OQ99

pound lineman, biggest man history, wound up with its high- !-t.J LONG 11
1 on the Vandy squad, is the r.'f ';\ "':-" est point total in any conference TourneyAKRON

best of the sophomore tackles k;: if; meet, 6tMichigan be S '4 Reg. 65.00 ........ . ......
at this stage of things. tt: '.f was second with 52 Ohio (AP-The fifth (
<,. and Illinois third with 33. annual national championship,,
Jack Green, former Gator 3 1 Then came Michigan Stale of the Professional Bowlers j

, assistant coach and now 1 ,. .*;t ) with 22; Northwestern, 16; Association will be held in Gar-: ..
head mentor at Vandy, said
i defensive r ': Iowa, 12; Indiana 11; Minnesota den City, N.Y., Nov. 3-8, it was J GRADUATION SPECIAL ENTIRE STOCKK
that Thompson is fine ""
a. V Ohio State and Purdue, 2. to announced Saturday..
man with the strength is* Q .n m_ Short Sleeve and Button DACRONWOOLSLACKS
to handle an offensive push ; I 1 Down Collars
when they are aiming at his .,. ,'<;1 I II
position and with the agility J.i t"l
necessary for good pursuit 'i -<; 1 SPORTSHIRTS

when the play goes the other l tf ..! .ji! Al'L ni

, way. tt ., Rt I I Pleated and Plain Front
s Green is counting i 0 n : } ll rt 1t
Thompson as one of the group.' tt'i- i KANSAS CITY (AP-Relaxed I each area.
of a half-dozen big e d ''t' and optimistic American Football .
rugg "A team or two might be vot- VALUES TO 6.95 Re $1A99
men from whom he expects <: League owners have decid. ed into the league in 1965," *
the :best tackle play at Van 11 'ed to wait at least until 1966 tc I Foss said, "but no new teams 12.95 IJ 5 I
derbilt in several years." L, admit new cities into the league,. will be fielded until 1966." I $ 99

The other tackles are sen- BILL THOMPSON I The AFL expansion committe< Prime, reason for the great I 1

iors Joe Graham, 6-4, 235; Gary Hart, 6-3, 235; juniors Steve will carry the ball until then. interest in AFL franchises is 2 Prs. *21
" Smith, 6-3, 240; and Jimmy Wyatt, 6-0>, 230; and the other Joe Foss, AFL commissioner,, oft the five-year,. $36-million television -
" sophomore, in addition to Thompson, is 6-3, 222. said questionnaires will be senl t contract signed with National -,
in the next few weeks to the 21() in Broadcasting Co.
Green has adapted Vandy to the three-team system usedso I Foss was given a new three- I ENTIRE,STOCK ENTIRE STOCK J
well two years ago by the Gators and he is hopefulthat year contract at a raise in pay:i ENTIRE STOCK SLIPONROBLEE .
Vandy will be able to improve to the point that it may Four bringing his salary close to: BEACHCABANA SUMMERSANDALS
win as many as half its games this season. $50,000. Milt Woodard, assistant;;

The flashy Florida A&.1\I football clinic is complete with commissioner, also received a I '

coaches for the event June 15. 19, including John Bridgers, In pay hike. I SHOES
Bailor; Milt Bruhn, Wisconsin; Corner Jones, Oklahoma; "Aboy could run these meetings I
Charlie Tate, Miami; Jim Hickey, North Carolina; Ray now that we have quite a: SETS Reg. 7.99
,I Graves, Florida; Tony Mason, the tremendously successful few more biscuits in the basket -: Reg.
high school coach at Niles, Ohio; and for basketball, Garland I MEMPHIS (AP) Doug San- to' ," Foss said. "Let's credit; $799
Pinholster, Oglethorp., .'ders, Mike Souchak, Gene Littler 1 television and the appeal of i i 11.99
I and Billy Casper jammed in- I football I! I $ 99
"Hot Rod" Hundley, the former West Virginia cage star to a tie for the third round lead : "I'm the first to admit the, L2 $O99
and a pro performer with the Los Angeles Lakers, is to ap- in the $50,000 Memphis Open ] ,I AFL ,would have gone down the: Reg. 2 ,
pear with Stetson coach Glenn Wilkes at a summer basketball golf tournament Saturday with 1 ] drain long ago. if it wasn't for;! / 14.99 :
clinic July 18, at DeLand. Others on the clinlcinclude nine-under-par 201s. at television.' |

Boo Davis, Georgetown; Charles "Lefty" Driessel, Davidson For Casper, leader after two : Dave Dixon of New' Orleans!
; and Joe Sterling, Apopka High School. rounds at eight-under-par, it wasa !Go I and Nash Dowdle of Chicago are: FREE PARKING 1 1i

Gator cage mentor Norm Sloan informs there still are matter of hanging on under ; up the most aggressive .franchise
limited number of positions ,remaining for youngsters at his I the pressure of 66s by Sanders seekers, but the list is 'a long;1 1I i
summer cage camp at Howey-in-the-Hflls. Information may I and Littler, and a 67 by Sou- I one. j I I L _
be secured by writing to Sloan at the University of Florida chak. Casper had a oneunderpar j : Atlanta, Philadelphia, Cincinnati 1
athletic department. 69. I! Los Portland Seattle I '
Angeles, ion 1st Federal
Sanders and Souchak closed j "
Montreal, Toronto and
Mississippi State's football ,interest heading for an all-time with five birdies each on the I Louisville I Lot F "' m !
the other Parking
high with an expected season ticket are among I .
sale of around 15 000 back nine and caught Casper a interested cities.Dixon's I ,
possible.' The double-header program on 'Sept. 26, with Ole and Littler on the 18th green.Casper J ,a I -
:Miss meeting Kentucky at 2' pm.. and Florida facing State at and Littler got their decisive AFL All-Star proposal to in p1ay'the II USE YOUR ;I 'ft1Vf'i i
New Orleans
game -
8 be _
pm appears to one of the finest twin bill offerings for birdies on the long 16th : I .
will be studied
one city in Southern grid.history .There will be close to bole. ; J mittee. No action by a com-I CENTRAL CHARGE ::':::::::::::::::::=: :;;::.-':'. :,:.:_:::::=:::=:=:*::;===;:;=:::;;::::::.:-:.:
100,000 football fans going In and out of the huge stadium for The 201 1 score after 54 holes is J was.taken on 'uNiv. f
the two games. J Dixon's idea for a, three-game' 13 W, AVE FR 6-5611
the lowest on the tour this year. j 1 title playoff. (

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$,M L f fl/A Red Sox 1 5. 4 t o... .,,$h PP"tl' For AI T.,,Cor.....
in -
Win .
Defeat LEAGUE Again Ninth, j 101 cc..L_11av Prior a

.rEADERSL.aacling BOSTON (AP-Pinch hitter J homer with one out in the ninth vith a pair of solo homers and. slump which sent his I ,/ lytatl SN01-youBain ,

Felix Mantilla leaned into a 2-0 j inning as Boston pulled out a a sacrifice fly. I down to .252 he sat s whcsul L

priOles' :lot including Batsmen Saturday's based on twilight 4* at bats.and pitch and crashed a two-run i 5-4 victory over Kansas City Some 15 hours earlier Gentile the dressing room average\\ tMucrni Jit?jDMtftvi* **i

Bight '
games Saturday. }II lad been so upset at his batting walL 5 fA

AMERICAN LEAGUE The whining blow came after
Player Club G AB R H Pd. I
BALTIMORE (AP-The Minnesota 'Oliva Mln ...,......... 33 143 30 56.392 Pete Ward'sIGrand Bob Tillman walked and was II I
Freehan Det ..........21 95 14 34 JSS .
Twins, without their usual Fregosi LA ........... 31 106 22 36 .34 forced by Roman Mejias. The: '< .+ '
Bressoud Bsn ......... 34 137 22 46.334 : i
display of combined ... latter pair had hit consecutive, : ; :
power, Hinton Was ....... 37 141 18 47.333 Slam
one-base hits and the Lao KC ............... 27 77 723.323 homers in the r th. ITie lied _; < ,. .
good .
pitching Marls NY ............. 11 48 13 22.324 II 1 ..--..-. rs' e i '-.1 .
of Lee Stange for a 5-1 Siebern Bal ............;34 120 24 38 J17 Sox pulled into a 3-3 tie when tho e.. u\i < _
Robinson Bal .......... 34 130 21 41 .315 I' f '. / ;;; :4i. '.
drew bases- '
victory over Baltimore Sat Richardson NY ....... 31 133 22 41 .308 !Leads Chisox Carl a $>
urday. loaded walk off loser John Wy- progressive
Colavito. Kansss City, 12; Klllebrew, Minnesota att in' the eighth.In .T < .
Stange with his first
complete 11; Hall, Minnesota, 10; Allison CHICAGO (AP-Pete Ward :
game in six starts, held the Ori- Minnesota, 10;' Six tied with 8. drove in five runs, four on a the top of the ninth Ed i > world. '_ '

oles to seven hits-four of themof RUNS BATTED IN Charles' line smash to lilt '
the Wagner. Cleveland 32; Cash Detroit, 30;. grand slam homer in a nine-run I which rookie Tony Conigliaro, of the'
cheap variety. Cal-v.: Kensas City 28; Pcwe.l:" Baltimore second inning as the Chicago I s
26; Rollins Minnesota 26. couldn't hold appeared to have:
The White Sox clobbered the Wash-
loss ended
a four-game
PITCHING salvaged a 4-3 Kansas City tri i D a 1. I 1III
ington Senators 14-2 i
winning streak for the Orioles Pizarro Chicago 5-0, 1.000; Bunker, Bal Saturday The fielder his glove
timore 4-0, 1.000 Hall. Baltimore, 4-0, for their fourth umph. got
who straight
: have victory.The
12 of their I
won last 1.000; Kralick Cleveland 4-0, 1.OCO; La- on the ball inches off the ground man,
16 games. mabe. Boston, H. .800; Ford New. York White Sox sent 13 men to .: ii:
but it bounded and scored .
4-1 .800. away
The Twins took advantage of the plate in the second. Errors Dick Green. II
NATIONAL LEAGUE by shortstop John Kennedy and ';' '..,
Dave McNally's wildness for Player Club G AB R H Pet Earlier Jim Gentile of the
three Mays SF ............ 34 133 37 52 .400 catcher Mike Brumley helped :
runs in the second inningon Williams CM .......... 32 127 25 50 .394 A's batted away his frustration I t"4 ,
just two singles.A Johnson Cln ........... 23 63 14 23.365 the White Sox score seven un-
:Clemente Pgh ......... 35 147 28 53.361 earned runs in the inning. KANSAS CITY BOSTON 1
walk to Harmon Killebrew, Boyer StL ............ 37 143 .23 SO .350 abrhbi ab r II III ,
Freese Pgh ........... 25 72 10 25.347 Ward homered off reliever Causey ss 5110 Jones 2b 4110
a single by Jimmie Hall and a Torre Mil ............. 35 136 25 47 .346 Mathews cf 101 0 Bressoud is 4000 j; cV'1i ro Pf
sacrifice Stargell Pgh .......... 24 97 18 33 .340 Tom Cheney. It was his first of eJlmlnez 1000 Conlgltaro If 3 0 1 0 i
fly by Earl .
Battey Santo Chi ............. 31 112 19 37.330 the He knocked in Tartabull cf 0 0 0 0 Malzone 3b 4000 ; '
scored one run. Then, after two Bailey Pgh ............ 30 103 10 34.330 season. Charles 3b S' 1 1 Y'trze'skl cf 2 0 01 : :
walks Kenent NY ............ 28 91 10 30 .330 another run in the sixth on a Colavito rf 4000 Stuart Ib 3000
loaded the bases Zorro s
Gentile Ib 3233 Tillman c 3121 '
Versalles singled home two HOME RUNS ground ball and also singledand Aluslk If 4020 Mellas rf 4211
Mays, San Francisco, 17; Howard Los doubled. Lau c 4010 Monb' (to p 2 01 0 'f :";, tk.i.
more. Angeles, 12; Williams Chicago. 10; Allen. Green 2b 4110 aNixon 1010 t
Philadelphia.' 9; Robinson. Cincinnati I; Dave Nicholson and Tom Mc. Monf gudo p 2 0 0 0 bWllson/ 0000 % a tk
Minnesota scored twice in the McCovey, San Francisco, 8. Aker p 1000 Radatz p 0000 ) ::I t 1
RUNS BATTED IN Craw also homered for Chicago. Wyatt p 0 dMantilla 1112Total bQty'
eighth, with one run unearnedas Mays, San Francisco. 40: Boyer, St. LouIs All of the White Sox starters 370401: 4 Totals: 31 S 03 '\.3" ii 1
the 30; Howard Los Angeles, 27, Stargell. a-Singled for Monbouquette In tth; bRan t
_contributed two Pittsburgh, 27} Torre, Milwaukee 25. batted safely, including winning for Nixon In tth; c-Popped out for f1": i; 4 t
PITCHING Homered for Radatzin
errors. Mathews In 9th; ,
Gibson St. Louis 4-0, 1.000; Farrell. pitcher John Buzhardt, who tth. ..
Stange allowed two infield hits Houston 6-1, .857; Marichal), San Francisco drove in three runs with a Kansas City .......,...... 111111 Ml-4Boston 1 >
In the first, but first baseman Bunning, 6-1., Philadelphia 857; Bruce,, Houston 5-1. .833., $-1, .833; and sacrifice .....,............ 000 IM IIS-5 t >f. VN b+ A Y a .

I Vic Power grabbed a line drive single WASHINGTON CHICAGO fly. E-Jones, Bressoud. PO-A-Kansas City j' "i' 11 .. .. .,... .. 3 t44'x'
25-13, (one out In ninth when winning : '
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off the bat of Norm abrhbi abrhW t: "
Siebern for :
run scored) Boston 273. 4 >
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Blas'ame 2b 4 0 0 0 McCraw Ib 4111 Green and Gentile; Causey, Green and { t.<'"" ''''''''''-''''
unassisted double
an play. Ken'dy ss-3b 4020 Welt 2b 5110 Gentile. LOB-Kansas City 9, Boston 4.
carries him from conference to club in POPLIN
Boog Powell's home run with Hinton If 3020 Robinson rf 2100 28-Aluslk. Causey Green. HR-Gentile
Bridges p 0000 Landis e* 2120 Tillman. Mepas| Mantilla. S-Wyan. SF- 4
two out in the ninth deprived bLOck 1000 Ward 3b 5235 Gentile. Smoothly poised and purposeful in the well-paced poplin suit of \
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Stange of a shutout. King rf 4000 Nicholson If 5331 ...4 5 2 2 1 4 I 65tf Dacronpolyester/35'4 cotton that holds its shape and backs
MINNESOTA BALTIMORE Phillips Ib 4000 H'b'ger cf-rf 4132 Aker ... .......,31-32 of famous
Makes the most Deansgate tailoring
brbN abrhbl Brumley c 4110 Martin c 5111 Wyatt, L. b3... I 1 2 2 2 0 up every plan.
Versalles ss 5012 Brandt cf 4010 Valentine cf 4 1 2 0 Buzhardt p 4113 Monbouquette .1. t 3 2 1 10 with the greatest natural shoulder in America.Could this great
Power Ib 5110 Aparlco ss 4020 ZImmer 3b 20 1 2.Brk'an Radatz, W, 4-z ..'; l' 2 1 1 0 1 warm I
2 0 0 0 look be for ? Decidedly. In Natural Tan'and other weather
Rollins 3b 4000 Johnson 2b 4010 ss x-Faced 2 men In 5th. you : S. 15. V
Allison H 4111 Siebern Ib 4000 Hannan p 1000 HBP-By Aker (Stuart, ConIgliaro). U- : f
Klllebrew If 3120 Robinson 3b 3 0 0 0 Cheney 1000 Brummong, Umont DI Muro, Paparella. $45.00
Hall cf 4120 Powell Hunt cf 1000Tatals '
If 3121Barley T-2:50. A.4,1W.Magi .
c 2001 Bowens rf 4000 35 2 I 2 Tatalt 4114 17 UaGroundrCl I 1
Allen 2b 3110 Orslno c 3000 out for Zimmer In 7th
Stange p 3000 McNally p 2010 b-Cilled out on strikes for Bridges in EXCLUSIVELY OURS
aSnyder 1000 8th.
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leading the Chicago Cubs to a for $29
fames was unable to grab as 2 $32
5-3 victory over the Cincinnati Rico Carty powered two hom- s I for
he crashed into the wall on a : '.... ...
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Billy Williams singled across Felipe Alou hit an Inside-the- ;relay throw to the plate just 20 MONTH ROAD

the first run after Jim Stewart park> homer, and Hank Aaron nissed the sliding Alou. James

walked and Lou Brock got the also connected for the Braves. emained in the game after i' S l'' 1 ,HAZARD GUARANTEEagainst

first of his three singles. Santo'shit Carty, a 24-year-old muscle- j treatment by the St. Louis ,,f blowouts, cuts, impact

scored Brock and Williams. man given a starting shot in t rainer. breaks, curb bruises. Proratedon

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third on the play. first time at bat. sacrifice and a double by Groatin

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his fourth hit of the Betsy Rawls Hoeft got out of the jam by last tX. old sire off your e., r.|.r Ut. .fPRINCETON conitr.:

game, with one out. But Lindy j forcing James to rap into a dow

McDaniel got Vada Pinson on a 1 ble play. Hoeft then checked the .

fly out and Johnson on a Leads Event Cardinals the rest of the way in

grounder. I earning his first victory. Craig V+ { pyna i Y.

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04 Gainesville Sun Sunday, May 24, 1964 ," '
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1r1w k i s ; Whites Down Purples, 2819The I

4. fit

_______ Whites beat the Purples iouchdowns.: before determining how well the

Y ____ y 8-19 in a free-scoring contest Eckdahl's favorite receivers Canes played. "It was hard to
rr ____ it Harris Field Friday night to >n the Purple team where :see at Harris Field," he said.

: t .k ____ "< wind up Gainesville High rown, who caught four for 44 '"There is not high elevation togo

____ School's spring football prac- yards, and Stipanovich who I to and watch."
___ tice.The awed[ in three for 58 yards. However, Niblack said the
r ____ winners scored in every Best ground-gainer for the tinning: of Giffen, Druash and

iiY ____ uarter while the losers picked Purples was Druash who ate Cone, Eckdahl's all-around play,
( IIp a touchdown in each periodbut up 40 in eight carries. Tommy the 1 kicking game and defenseby
the third.Halfback Cone ran for 32 in nine tries. I Chris Gwin of the Whites

Al Giffen, switched See Films 4 ame to his attention.A .
from end where he was a standout -
l Coach Jim Niblack said he large crowd viewed the
last a tremendousrunner ..
year r .. would have to view the films windup of ,spring drills.
for the Whites. He
1 1A
touchdowns on dashes of 55 and I

47 yards and totaled 115 1 COOLCORDS

yards in eight carries for an 1 ,
average of 14.4 for the night.

,_. 1 ,,n ,j__._ ........... Jackie Eckdahl, quarterbacking t nneJlI
---- -- -- -- -- -- --- --- -- --- for both teams, threw a 37-

Eckdalil Scores For Whites yard scoring pass to Al Simmons ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY
for the Whites and,made
the other himself r ix E"
Jackie Eckdahl, playing quarterback for both the Purples and Whites, scored on
for the latter team on a three-yard run. No. 85 for the Whites is Bobby a three-yard run.Purple 0 3 b 4a

Roundtree. Making the stop too late are Johnson (12) and No. 84. AI Cowan Scores a
(63) is at left.
The Purples' scores came on ..
a five-yard run by fullback Alex aI

Druash, an 81-yard kickoff re- 1 )
turn by Chris Johnson and a

pass from Eckdahl to David

; Eckdahl hit on nine of 28

f Sf55 passes for 145 yards and two

) 2
STATISTICSWhites Purples I
First downs 6 13
from rushing 5 8
from passing 1 5 .
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5 from penalties 0 0
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I Yards gained rushing 196 $4 .g
I Yards gained passing3 102 .i ,
Passes 2-13 715
Passes Intercepted by 1 0
r Punts 3-<'0.7 4-39.3 :
Fumbles lost 1 0
Yards lost penalties 10 35 fir;

Whites Score by quarters.........:....... 777 7-28 F I.
Purples .................. 7 6 0 6-19
Scoring summary: .
Touchdowns: a y'
Whites Giffen 2 (55 run; 67. rim):
Eckdahl (3 run); Simmons (37 pass n sf
from Eckdahl). n }l ,
PAT-Simmons 2 (run); Giffen (run);
j. Roundtree (pass from Eckdahl) ,
j.I Purples-Druash (5. run); Johnson (81. '$ $0 c
I kickoff return); Crown 17. pass from '
Johnson Gets for TD I Eckdahl). .
Away PAT -Cone (run) .$

Chris Johnson ran back a kickoff 81 yards for a Purple touchdown in Friday
night's GHS scrimmage at Harris Field. Chasing in vain are Ronnie Scott PliiUy Plans Extra Point TD Catch i s .

(21) and David Crowder (53). t.i. >
Roundtree caught a pass from Eckdahl for an ex- 1" ::1 ;
, $25 Million tra point after the latter swept end for a score.
DOWN THE FAIRWAY (Sun photos by Eddie Davis).

Scrafford Takes Lead Sports SpotPHILADELPHIA -Eagles Purchase ;; L/e\

(AP) The

Freshman Jay Scrafford fired .. ,. ,style. city and the Pennsylvania Railroad Connie Mack ParkPHILADELPHIA
have reached agreementon
" a 75 to take the lead after one ,yy
i 1 Duden is the veteran who the site and financing for a
round in the }, pro
All-Campus golf : < :'t ;. tho
,\ tournament at the : ( J fired a 65 for the first round $25 million sports stadium. dry cords .
Universitycourse. i.' k: f lead hi the Memphis Open last (APJer- The price was not disclosed.The .
: : James Tate and StuartT.
r y Wolman and Earl Foreman, announcement 24 light cool comfortable
. The second round Is being 4 ,,;f{ of the Eagles r
1 < .. ::- iwners Philadelphia hours after Mayor James Tatc
played this weekend, with the {' It's unusual chairman, said friday
; : t 'ij' looking, but 65 Is : of the National Football said a new $25-million, 60,000- Dacron -Nylon slacksmen's
final 18 holes of the ,54-hole q
; ,," r 1 pretty good results. the stadium will be built on League, announced Saturday seat stadium would be built here
event scheduled for next week- f'4 1"?- ;: .' stilts railroad tracks near
\ '",
"')f1. t" hey have bought Connie Mack on stilts over the tracks of the
between his
end. '. '7 "'" putts legs, the 30th street saion, and ha c:
Stadium home of baseball'sPhiladelphia
Pennsylvania Railroad's SOU
UP faculty members and 1 1I to the- low faculty scorer. rroquet-style putter. with a bent-shaf he city will conribute or adI I Phillies. Street Station in West Philadel sizes 30.42 498 .;
students are eligible for the I vance the funds needed to com-

I\ tourney. Prizes will be awardedthe HAVING PUTTING 'troubles? The average duffer would put plete financing.The "Earl and I," said Wolman, phia.
The favorite for those
three flight winners and also 'bought Connie Mack Stadium The Phillies and the Eagle: great
Why. not try. the Bob Duden 4 standing on his head to shoot a Phillies front
baseball team blistering days-pleated
)personally and strictly as. a are expected to be the principa
55, or 73, or... and the Eagles football team, real estate investment, and it in tenants of the new stadium. Th slacks or, popular breezy-wear,

prospective tenants, will be consulted 10 way is connected with our II Phillies already have committee breezy-core:- Dacron polyester-
Giardello and-nylon seersucker cord.
Wins by architects, Saunders wnership of the Eagles. Alsove themselves to play in the nev Automatic wash 'n wear, little
SHOTOFTHEWEEKClydererwillegar said. \ desire to assure the Phillies park for 35 to 40 years but the needed.
or no ironing
fired 'a hole-in-one
hey have a home in Philadelphia Eagles have been cool to the
I m the fourth hole at Starke The Phillies have said they :
In as long as thy wish. proposition.
Rugged Fight:Country Club last weekend. He
would play in the new stadium Wolman said the stadium
,used a six-iron on the was 1- Previous Eagles' owners, an
hole. The 17Syardpar.3 : for the next 35 to 40 years, but purchased from the J.A. Schlief- Wolman, have ,said flatly the

( CLEVELAND (AP) "You care of him like that" said the ;the second recorded ace. was on only the, last week called for a commitment (!a: Properties of New York, who I are happy with their preser i
can have my share of that little 33-year-old champion, recently bought the site from
snapping course, and the first by a mem, on plans by July 1. The playing site, the University c
his fingers. "He's smalltoughto ; Milton Schwartz New York
middleweight aer. Non-member George Pea, club said that without the commitment Pennsylvania's Franklin Fielc
get at. I couldn't get the cock ealtor. only a few blocks from the prc SHOP TILL" 9 P.M. MONDAY
aced the same hole twc I
dello after the rocky finish of a range. it would be forced to Not Disclosed posed new stadium.
I 10-round scrap with Argentina's Rivero thought he should have 'years ago.RALPH "other alernatives."

Rocky Rivero. won the decision. win it very I
f Although he was hit hard at big) but I don't get it. He was The Eagles haven't committed I,
unanimous like this," and Rivero staggeredback BLOUNT shot a 3{) themselves to playing in the

decision, in the non-tittle in a little circle, wavinghis on the shortened Santa Fe HigtSchool I stadium. SLOGAN CONTESTFOR

rematch Friday night. That arms helplessly to demon. course last weekend twin I
was better than his split deci- strate.In the annual tournament. The railroad and its partnersin

sion over the 27-year-old Rivero his second fight since win- the project, Madison Square

April 17, when only one point ning the title from Dick Tiger Billy Gibson, the defendin: Garden of New York and the

separated the two. last December, Giardello chanip, finished second with 27, I
"He did his job-put me in jabbed, counterpunched and Philadelphia G-A.INESVILLE1S
shape for a 15-rounder," Giar back-peddled most of the way, Gibson fired the lowest scorever

dello said. but piled up point steadily. recorded at the course, a million and the city $12 million
( "If I was 22 or 24, I'd take There were no knockdownsin two-under-par 24 in bonds issued
a qualify- through by a stadium
the nationally televised fight, I ing round the preceding day. authority. I
but Rivero landed a right to Gi- Clean-Up Fix-Up Painf-Up ProgramPaint

I Lorenzen ardello's head in the ninth that ,
staggered the champion.

Giardello, 164%, was most ac-

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fifth through the eight rounds. :

Rivero, at 165, tried to get in-

; Win No. 7 side much but of Giardello the time.danced away CefYghei' Yield Sears Roebuck & Co. Heath's House of Colors

;. CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP- Rivero came on strong in the
Fred Lorenzen, the glamor last two rounds, but Giardellowas
driver of stock car racing's able weather the storm with Du Pon Contractors Supply :_ Liddell Paint & Glass Co.

younger set, goes after his sev- and even get in a few licks him- t

here enth Sunday straight in the major$112,00 victory world self.Referee Mike Minnich had it ? Mary Carter Paint Store Harper Paint Co.

600.Lorenzen 46-43, judge Herb Williams 45- Nu GREEN

and 43 other drivers 44, judge Bill Thomson 4645. ,
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will start the racing marathonover The Associated Press had Giar-i en 50ri Ir ,

the 1%-mile Charlotte Motor dello the winner 46-44. "c.- .

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Clalr Shores, Mich., is among:
the favorites although this is his:, champions. EASYTOAPPLY"NuGreoT

first start here. Tart, 6-foot-3 and 205 pounds, comes fci a free-Oosg shot ton
was voted the Most Valuable which may ba casBy spread through al types of
Others rated highly are Mar. ...
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vin Panch, Richard Petty, Gler t Player in this year's National er appM at wtedrtssinf&na. ,

(Fireball) Roberts, and Junio Invitational Tournament a t
Johnson. Johnson was leading, New York.
last year's World 600 until h e; He has also signed with the

blew a tire two laps from the! Cleveland Browns of the National The' Kilgore Seed Company

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Ntw $nrk eiinra So Fregosi swallowed the neatly. baited ,hook and signed
By ARTHUR DALEY with the Red Sox for a $25,000 ;bonus., They sent him. to a
NEW YORK The sales pitch was artfully geared along Class D league in 1960 'where he was anything but a sensa
persuasive lines and the salesman was so persistent that he tion. So the Fenway millionaires;'risked leaving him in the
wheedled his way into the good graces of the entire family. expansion draft. They might have gotten away with it if it
That's how the Boston Red Sox outmaneuvered a slew of had not been for the fact that young Jim played winter ball
: s"L other ball clubs to sign Jim .Fregosi, who now is the wunder- in a semi-pro league near home and his spectacular per
kind shortstop of the Los Angeles Angels. Or are we goingtoo formances attracted the attention of .Bill Rigney of nearby
fast for you? Oakland, the new Angeles manager. So Rig grabbed him in.

It really isn't as involved as it might seem. Charlie \V U- the draft.
gren was scouting the San Francisco area for the Bosox in Slickest PickThis
1959 when his wandering gaze became riveted on the tre-
mendous skills of a schoolboy shortstop. The kid was so fast may have been the slickest pick- of all the expansiOndraft
9 that he had enormous range. He had a quick glove, a gun- choices. At the age of 22 the agile Fregosi is now a
ner's arm and the growing physique of a future power hiiter. solidly built citizen, 6 feet 2 inches tall and 195 pounds' in
So Wallgren moved in on the 17-year-old Fregosi and his weight. He's a fielding fool and is hitting. so well that he's
family, hammering away at them with the most unanswer- been up with the top five batsmen all season. He could very
able argument of all. well be the American League selection for all-star shortstop.
That's how fast he has
come along.
"No team can offer a greater opportunity to a shortstopthan
the Red Sox," he said. "Don Buddin, .our regular short.. The Angels sent him to Dallas in 1961 so that he could
stop, is only ordinary and we have only one other shortstopin start serving his apprenticeship and learning his trade. In
#", ----- '" ,_h the entire organization, a kid at Raleigh who'll probably the hope that he'd be up with the varsity the following season
I YOUNG JUMPING JIM FREGOSI make the big team as an outfielder, a kid named he got married that winter and brought his beautiful young '
Plays a Lot of Shortstop for Angels Carl Yastrzemski. Sign with us." bride to training camp. Vast was their disappointment when
1 he was returned to Dallas.,
I "My wife had made friends with the other wives at Palm
Springs," said Jim. "And she burst into tears when I told
I I her I was going back to the minors. But she was only 19
Starke Honors Athletes I and it seemed like the end of the world for her. It almost

I seemed that way to me, too. I was so disheartened that it
I I took me a month to shake it off. That's when I realized that
By NIS NISSEN the group tourney. \vin Varnes. why we're in coaching," he the only intelligent thing to do was play my way back into
Assistant Sports Editor Tom Gardner, who weighs Aspects of Athletics said. "There are great rewardsin the big leagues. So I did.
STARKE Bradford Co. only 170 pounds, won the state Moore spoke on the different coaching watching a boy "I'll never forget the day I was recalled in midseason.
:High put the finishing toucheson shot put title and also competedin aspects of athletics, such as become a success." were playing the Yankees and it was the first time I'd even
one of its finest sports years the discus and several run- philosophy, mental conditioning ---

here Friday night with the-an ning events. confidence, victory spirit,
,nual all-sports banquet, hon- loyalty and religion.
oring athletes in basketball, Other track performers were "We try to prepare every boy
baseball, track and golf. Joe Brown, Gary Coleman, at Florida where he can get

Perry Moore, assistant bas- Douglas Conner, Larry Craw- himself ready' physically, men- ...:. '." 4
'ketball coach at University of ford, Ray Craven, Richard tally, spiritually and technically ...
,Florida, was guest speaker at Crews, Jimmy Dowling, Leon- ," Moore said. .. ../:.
the gala affair. ard Dugger, Larry Fowler, :;;". .,
The Bradford golf team, Ronnie Harper, Charles Howell, "Mentally and spiritually are :\1;,
Harold Duane Jordan, Hal Lawson, the most important of those y1.. ?as x n :
paced by husky Bishop, 'i ::
.was in the limelight after completing Tony Lawson, David Lop e r, four standards." ..;:,
an undefeated season. Gary McRae, Eddie Noegel, Moore also pointed out that! ''ffi', ;.
Received Scholarship Gene Pass, Bill Phillips, George competition makes coaching attractive f-t: "'. <<,>

Bishop, also a standout in Seeley, Rob:-t Terrell, Larry to him. "
football and basketball, was Thomas Leon Thomas and Cal- "We like to compete, that'sMidget I ; ; ,
cited for receiving a links schol- A ;
arship to Florida. I ,:
Other members of the golf :
team honored were Barry Firth ;

Flip Graham, Richard Hobbs,
Herb Nelson, Mike Sheppard,
Dave Silcox and Mike Willis. Baseball Gets

The basketball team posted a I 11iII'iisiiiiI
fine 16-11 mark, losing severalone ;

the and group advanced and tournament.two-point to the decisions.finals of In Full SwingMidget I

i All-Area

Center John Williams, who League baseball will victory against Moose on Tues- 26'l
was selected 'to the Sun's All- swing into a second week of day in the National League.! GO V
Area first team, led the cagers play tomorrow with all five Building Trades and University'
with an 18-point scoring aver- leagues in action. City Lions collide head-on to-

rage. Lions will bid for a third morrow at Finley in the American -
Bishop, Ernest Jenkins and League. Both are 2-0. Uni-

Richard Hobbs all received hon- NATIONAL LEAGUE_. .W, L Pet. versity City Kiwanis and Fire ,. '" .... .. '. .' --"-. .,.. ..: '. ..
orable mention on the All-Area Carlos Lions Hope 1 2 01.000 13 Department top the five-team .: ;
team. Moose 1 1 -MOChesnufs Western circuit with 1-0 marks.
0 2 -000
Other varsity performerswere THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE The Dixie League featuresa
Gary Cole, Mickey Dans- Tomorrow, Carlos Hope vi. Ches- four-team evenlybalancedrace
nufs Tuesday Moose vs. Lions; Wednesday -
by, Donald Falcon, Bobby Chesnofs vs. Moose; Thursday as all split first games.
Carlos Hope vs. Lions. Games at
Moody, Gene Pass, Mike Sis- Kirby Smith Held.AMERICAN. Life Underwriters pace the Rebel IHE CHOICE 15
trunk and Jeff Warren. I i LEAGUEW L Pet. with two wins.
The Tornadoes were equally Building Trades 2 0 1.000.
University City Lions a 0 1 000
strong in baseball, running upa Hughes Supply 0 2 .000 Norm Sloan'sCage .
19-5 mark with only three Baptist fHSWWEEK'S SCHEDULE 02000 I ., ',. .
seniors. Tomorrow. Lions vs. Building Trades} I
Supply vs. D.O.W.;
Tuesday Hughes .
Baseball Team Wednesday. Building Trades vs. Hughes; School ; '., .
Thursday Lions vs. D.O.W. Games at ,
Compiling the squad were Finley field. .' .':: : .
Bement, Gary Cole, Dale WESTERN LEAGUE i '
Gary ; :
W L Pet. I '
Crosby, Robert Edwards, University City Kiwanis 1 0 1.000 At New Site .,, :. .: :' .
Fire Department 1 0 1.000 :
Dwight Elder, Donald Falcon, Sudden Service Oil 1 1500 I' HIGH ( :; :; : :
1 1WO or
First National Bank :
Mike Frick, Mark Hamilton, ..
Plumbers Union 0 2 .000 University of Florida basket- f
t Wayne McLeod, Greg Reddish, Tomorrow THIS WEEK'S First National SCHEDULE Bank vs. ball coach Norm Sloan will hold I .. .
Sandy Sanderson, Mike Waters Plumbers Fire Department Union;; Tuesday Wednesday Kiwanis First vs. his basketball school for high
and Lamar Williams.The National 1 Bank vs. Sudden Service Oil; school students at a new location -
Track team raced past Thursday.Games Kiwanis at LIHIewood vs. Fire Field.Department this year, Howey Aca- FORWARD ; or

foes with consistency and I DIXIE LEAGUEW L Pet. 'demy. -'.:tREASON .
stormed to a 50-point victory inDies Citizens Bank 1 1 .500 I The school, open June 7-12, >"
First Fedrral 1 1 JOO ;
Johnson & Faris 1 1 .500 can. be attended by boys from : :. or
North Central THIS WEEK'S Baptist SCHEDULE 1 1500 age 9-11 (junior), 12-14 (inter- -
Athlete Tomorrow. North Central vs. First mediate) and 15-above (senior), '.\
Federal; Tuesday. Citizens Bank vs. but is not to boy who ;
Johnson & Faris; Wednesday. First open any
FARIBAULT, Minn. (AP) Bank Thursday ORDER
,Federal vs. Citizens ; has completed his junior year or
Johnson a. Faris vs. North Central Baptist -' ;
George Ceplecha, 19, holder of Monday and Wednesday at Lanier of high school. ,
a national title in junior college I Field.Field Tuesday and Thursday at Foster I This regulation is in effect by:

wrestling, was killed in a motor- REBEL LEAGUEW NCAA rule. : ADMINISTRATIVE
' I L Pet. or
truck accident ,
cycle Friday
Life Underwriters 2 0 1.000 I Sloan and Florida assistant .
night. Florida Kirkpatrick Pest&Control Pierson 1 0 1 1 .500.000 'coach Perry 'Moore will con- '
Ceplecha won the 123poundtitle Shopping' Center SCHEDUtE' ..000Tomorrow. duct and supervise all young -
in the JUCO wrestling tournament Kirkpatrick Pierson vs. athletes in the program, con- ;
at Worthington, Minn., Pest vs.Control Shopping; Tuesday Center, Life; Wednesday Underwriter centrating on group drills, in-
early this year. He was from Pest Control vs. Life. Underwriters dividual drills, lectures, film
Thursday., Kirkpatrick & Pierson vs.
and attended Rochester study and league each ,FAIR
Faribault Shopping center. Monday and Wednes-. games TAXATION or
Minn., Junior College. day at at Metcalfe.City Park., Tuesday and Thursday j.1 day.

v The new Howey Academy
gymnasium with a regulation
Four Top College Coaches college basketball court and two PROGRESS or ,
I cross courts will be used for :
teaching, as will two outside

: Highlight Football Clinic lighted courts. ;... '., .
Other modem facilities include :,
FORT LAUDERDALE-Four Several outstanding Florida' dormitories and dining -
college coaches with unbeaten high school coaches also are room, tennis courts, and Howey 1
records during the 1963 grid lined up to serve on this tal- Beach on Lake Harris. .,
season will highlight 'the fourth ented faculty. They will be One member' of Sloan's staff I CONSIDER .
annual Southeastern Athletic Nick Kotys, head coach of the is a qualified trainer and six oi -. ;
Coaches Clinic set for the Gait state champion Coral Gables the state's most outstanding / .. ":< r-J: _.
Ocean Mile Hotel here June 10- eleven who ,. .
: Holland Aplin high school basketball coaches ... .
\ 14. coach&: Robinson High of Tam- will serve as instructors and '
Wilson Waite and Tom Morris, pa into the final game before I counselors.

assistants at Memphis State (901) losing to Coral Gables in the Further information can be :. :. : .
Dave Nelson of Delaware championship. obtained by writing coach Sloan ,, ., '
(10-0) and Charlie Tate, newly Another prep championship :at the University of Florida.Dykes' Vote For : {
named coach of the Universityof coach Marvin Beck, head bas- :: '
: ?
Miami, are slated for facul--ketball mentor at Pensacola
ty duties at this year's sessions.. High, will serve on the clinic Son .

this year in the cage division. Dies at 47PHILADELPHIA
Track Fan Jim Jenkins, coach of the run-

Dies Waiting on nersup the Cocoa also will be ,James J. (AP) High '
Dykes Jr., son of Jim :
For the baseball
INDIANAPOLIS (AP-A fan I first time my Dykes, coach of the Kansa :
will make its debut in the '
ever- ; !
died of a heart attack Saturday, growing clinic. Ed Bastian, City Athletics, died suddenl. I I ; ,
while waiting for the start oi Friday of a heart attack. 'H '", "
general and Frank I : ::
500-mile race qualifications at t manager was 42.His ,__ _. r : '1. ,
Verdi,field of the Fort < '
the Indianapolis motor Speed< Lauderdale Yankee entry in the father flew to Philade' .:,; '.--- !;. ;:*;.-, :" ":)' :" : "
way. iiia from Boston when he hear "
Florida State League, will con- ] : } :'t: : "' TuesdayMoy ; : ;
Officials identified him
as the 'news.
Straley, a retired railroad duct'Kotys this, Aplin part of Beck the, clinic.Jenkins He is survived by the wido :: ': < : ; "

worker from Ridgeway, Ohio. and Nelson will be honored at ;md four daughters. t .J: rJ 'l. : '- > :1--"f .t ;K; \ "

I Straley grandstand was when standing he collapsed.behind a June the banquet 13. Saturday night, I here Funeral will be" hel F ( : < ; : d

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06 GoinesviJIaSun; 1964
Sunday May 24
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, : i ScoundrelSAN

Wings; Get Chance _

'-" FRANCISCO (AP-A Crown. .

Gainesville Wings gets another loss to Utility Department last Fletcher Grace Presby.and Hudson 000 200 Vidal x-2 6 Iri: 4F San Francisco foreign car dealer Qvale believes The Scoundrel

chance to tighten the City week.In Whitehouse and Myers. : Kjell Qvale, says he has 1 would have a good chance to

League Softball race this week Church League games Friday First Meth. 641 03 (10) 24 18.5 & ; -i- completed a $500,000 deal to buy 1 take the Belmont, pointing out:

when it meets leading Bud- night, Kanapaha Presbyterian -Highlands 231 000 .- 6 10 4. The Scoundrel, which ran sec- "He was pinched back in the

weiser at 7:30 Thursday nightat won from Wesley Meth- Loggins and Brasington; Mc- ond i in the Preakness and third J Preakness and finished see-

City Park.Budweiser odist, 7-5; Latter Day Saints Cloud and Doak. in the Kentucky Derby. ond." V

has beaten Wings downed Parkview Baptist, 7-5; Calvary 0000003364North J. I '

twice this season and its lone Grace Presbyterian blanked Central 0000301-461] Qvale, who was in Indianapolis Discussing the, deal with Ells

loss CaIne at the hands of Frst Presbyterian, 2-6; First Purdy and Johnson, Adams; : !; Saturday or qualificationtests 1 worth, Qvale told the Exam-

Wings. This week's clash will Baptist topped Southside Bap- Mixson and Addison. i : for the' Memorial Day car iner;

be the fourth meeting.The tist, 14-7; North Central Baptist Southside 001 402 07 73 _ V *ij V race, told _the San Francisco "He's going to get some

defending state champions edged Calvary Baptist, 4- First Baptist 632 021 x-14 23 3 Examiner by telephone the deal] I breedings from The Scoundrel

are 8-1 to 7-2 for Wings. 3; and First Methodist rolled Barber and Culbrethj Powell, for The Scoundrel was made ,as part of the deal and he wants

Both must win Tuesday nightto over Highlands Presbyterian, Hope and Combs, Langford.CITY after he visitd Hollywood Park. I!him here where he can get at

set up their big game Thurs- 24-6. I tiim."
Church League LEAGUE He bought the colt from Rex

day.Business W L Pet. Ellsworth its owner-breeder. "I might syndicate The
League and Church Wesley 0102101-59 Budwelser < 1 .88 ,
200122x-711 Gainesville Wings 7 2 .778 Scoundrel at a later date,"
League play will see teams Kanapaha Guy Cleveland 2 7 .222 Qvale said he would race the
crossing over to do battle in Yates and Sanchez; Cushman, Schlitz THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE 1 t .111 vale added.
colt winner of this
opposite divisions. These gamesdo Jones and Cake, Marshall. Tuesday 97,625, year "He's a good subject for It.
7.30 Budweser vs. Guy Cleveland 9, 'iw and next if it stays sound and "
1004000-56 ]But I him to
not count in league stand- Parkview Wings'V$. Schlitz. bought race.
then would stand him in stud at --
7 5 Thursday
LDS 010 060 x I ,.
7:30. Wings vs Budwelser f, Guy .
Jvale's Green Oaks Stud Farmin
ings.Fulps Radiator, for ,example, Hutcheson and Ward; Brown Cleveland vs. Schlitz. .

I of the 'and Hall. BUSINESS LEAGUE ..--- .. California's Napa Valley.He .
is 6-0 in Division -------- -- VVVVVVV ----- ----- --'- Y.' .. -_-

Business circuit despite a 7-0 First Presby. 000 000 0-0 6 V (Division I) WLPct. All-American said Mesh Tenney, who is211sworth's
Gainesville Livestock 4 1 .157 Cagers
Utility Department 52 .714 trainer, would con-

Friday NL Boxes CWA Hav-A-Tampa Post Office 4 3 43 2 3 .61.500.571 7 Rickey Turner of Cedar Key (above) receives award for being named to the tinue to handle The Scoundrel. ,,'

Publix Sunnyland Packing 3 1 4 8 .429.143 AH-America basketball team sponsored by Coach and Athlete magazine and Royal Tenney and The Scoundrel tare f),.: .'

Road Prison THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE 1 6 .143 Crown Cola Co. J. E. Hodnett (L'general manager and vice president of the at Garden State, NJ., training J,:' '

Night Game Night Game Tomorrow Gainesville Royal Crown Co., presents the award, while Cedar Key Coach Ron for the Jersey Derby. After I

PITTSBURGH abrhbi SAN FRANCISCO brii bi I PHILADELPHIA abrhbi LOS ANGELES abrhbi: Medical t:30. CWA Students vs. Gainesville vs. Hav.A Gas.Tampa; I.; Brummitt looks_on. At right bottom is Dennis Bennett of Cross City who also hat race, The Scoundrel will go

Schofield ss 4121 Hart 3b 5 1 3 0 ,raylor 2b 4000 Wills ss 3b 4010 3000 I *:30, Utility Department vs. Penn was honored on the team which consisted of the nations 100 & tstandin'nlavers. to New York to race in the Belmont SHE
4100 Gilliam - -- --- -- ------
Virdon cf 4 0 2 1 J. Aloo 501 0 J Mien 3b Chem. Field 1.Wednesday -----------0. r--" ----
Clemente rf 5 0 0 OMays cf. S 2 3 2 I allison rf 4 1 4 0 T.Davls If 4000 third leg of the Triple
Stargell If 4011 M Covey If 5 1 2 2 I ovlngton:: If 2 0 1 Howard rf 4000 6:30, Post Office vs. Medical Students I
Burgess C 4 0 0 0 M. Alou If 0000 J fcmaro Ib 0 00 Camllli C 4010 ; 8, Road Prison vs. Smith Sin COMES'WITH
Freese 3b 3010 Cepeda Ib 5221 I Gonzalez cf l000McMuIIenlb4O3O clair 9:30, Hav-A-Tampa vs. Pulp's
clenden'nlb4000Hafterc 4122 I Herfn Ib-lf 3021 Trace'skl 2b 4 0 1 0 Radiator Field No. 1. Kansas Man
Mazer-ski: :t> 3 1 1 D'venport 2b 4 1 2 0 I Dalrymple c 4 0 0 0 W_Davis cf 3020 Thursday City = JI.P V A&M
Blass p 1000 Pagan ss 4 II-1 1 1 Nine ss 3010 Drysdale p 2000 6:30 Road Prison vs. GE; >, Hoards Plays
Priddy p 0000 Herbel p 4000 Short p 3000 WaIls 0000 TV vs. Sunnyland; ':30. CWA vs. I
Bailey 1000 Ma K'nzie p0000 Perran'skl p 0 0 0 0 I Fulps Radiator, Field No. 2.
Totals 31 202 Totals 32 0 0 IaWalked Saturday
0000 A
bMota Face p 1000 for Drysdale in 7th. 6 30, Smith Sinclar 'vs. CWA; 8, Ohio Foe
0000' Gainesville Gas vs. Gainesville LIve- V
Green p 0 hiladelphia ............. 000 Ml.001-2: stock; *:30, Howard's TV vs. Post Of- Trapshoot KingMINNEAPOLIS
15S aJilSTotaU 41IUIa L.01 Angeles .............. 000 000 000-0 I fice. Field No. 2. I V
-Safe on error for Priddy In 5thj (Division II)
b-Grounded out for Face in 7Th c- E-Wills. PO-A-Philadelphia 27-14 Los W L Pet. 1 AtllomeTALLAHASSEE _
Singled for Green In Jth. J Ingeles 2710. DP-Taylor, Wine and I Fulps Radiator 6 0 1.000 ((AP-A Kan- McCordsville, Ind.; Mary Sullivan .?,061
lerrnstetn Wills Tracewskl and MCP
Howard's TV S 1 .833
.....,........ .->- 000 "-* Mullen Wine Taylor and Amaro. LOB-. Gainesville Gas 5 2 .714 I sas City man who broke: 200 Indianapolis, and Helen Urban The Florida 'S VV
SMFnSdK. ............. 113 121 M- F hiladelphia 5. Los Angeles. 7. Penn Chem 3 2 .600 Mentor Ohio. VV
28Camilll.Amaro. SF-Covlngton.V in of the nation'sLop I
IP H R ERBBSOShort. Sunland Training Center 3.3.500 I straight one A&M University Rattlers
E-Virdon. Pagan Mazeroskl. J. AIoU. .. W. 2.1 ....9 8 0 0 2 2 I Medical I Students 2 5 ..286General j clay target events has been ,
24-9. San Francisco 27-4. Electric 1 5 .147 Pro Gunners
PO-A-Pittsburgh will play the Central State
)rysdate, L, 5-3 7 1 0 0 4
LOB-Pittsburgh f, San Francisco Schofield.F 10. "."errands! V ._. 2 2 1 1 0 : Smith Sinclair 0 7 .000" ]named captain of Jimmy Robinson's -. Professional gunners selected
2BDavenport.. Manr skl. Herrnsteln : THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE College Marauders of Wilber- j
HBP-By Drysdale ( ) U ,
Haller, 1964 Sports Afield all-
Cepeda. HR-AAcCovey Cepeda.. E larlick. Donate! !, Landes. Steiner. T -, Tomorrow with Frye are Fred Missildine, I
Mays. SB-Hrt M IP S. SF-V.rdon.14 RERBBSO2Bless. :23. A-38 t20T CINCINNATi 6:30, Fulps Radiator vs. Gainesville ,America trapshooting team. Sea Island, Ga.; Paul Smith, force, Ohio, here instead of 1
Livestock 8 Sunland Road Prison !
L, 1-1 ..... 2 1-3 7 5 5 1 1 vs meeting the Ohioans in the
0 0 0 2 Night Game ; t:30. Publix vs. Howard TV, Lakewood, Colo.; Cliff Dough-
Priddy ......... 12-3 2 He is C.E. Barnhart, who
Face ........... 2 3 3 3 0 0 I CHICAGO V CINCINNATI Field No.. 2. man Alton 111. Don Flewel- Tampa Classic. I
Green .......... 2 4 0 0 0 2 V abrhbi abrhbi Wednesday cored 200 straight in the North ; They're right. Every
2-0 ... 91-4 8 3 3 3 11 Stewart 2b 3223 Rose 2b 4000 I 6:30 Gainesville Gas 'vs. Utility Dept; ling Ill. Roy St.
Herbel. W 8, Gainesville Livestock Harvey, ; Long Central State has been
vs Sunland. American
replaced with
MacKenzie ..... 2-3 0 0 0 0 0 Cowan cf 4111 Skinner If 4000 clay target championship Vespa comes a guar.
WP-Herbel. UPelekoudas. Williams. Williams If 5112 Pinson cf 4010: 7.30. Penn Chem vs. Publix Field No. 2. at the Grand American Paul Minn.; Larry French, Bel- by Benedict College of antee of the entire trans
Smith Sudol. T-2:<<. A1L73.V Santo 3b 4111 Coleman Ib 4110 CHJJRCH LEAGUE
I Banks Ib 5 1 2 Robinson rf 4010 (Division I) frapshoot. levue, Wash.; Dick Baldwin, Columbia, S.C., for the Florida mission system for
h>ght Game Rodgers ss 2 1 0 Cardenas ss 3020 W L Pet. Danbury, Conn.; D. Lee Braun, Classic at Phillips Field in the life of the scooter.
NEW YORK HOUSTON V Burke rf 3 tf 0 Edwards c 3010 Latter Day Saints 4 1 .800
abrhbi abrhbi I Brock rf 1000 Soros 3b 2011 Highlands Pre yterlan 3 2 .600 Robinson chose Punkin Flockf San Mateo, Calif., and George SoftballersGetting Tampa, Oct. 31, announcedFAI1U's The Vespa people stand
McMillan s* S 0 2 OLtllis 3b 5010 I Schaffer C 4232 Nuxhall p 2000 First Baptist 3 2 .600 Miami as captain of the wom Heaney Indianapolis. behind their great scooter .
Kanehl cf S 1 1 0 Fox 2b 3010 I Buhl p 4000 Tsitouris p 0000 Kanapaha Presbyterian 3 2 .600 ,. athletic director, Jake
Hunt 2b 401 OWynn If 3110 aQueen 1010 I North Central Baptist 2 3 .400 an's team and Tom Frye of Billings Junior first teamers also include I Gaither. The Marauders will all the way. Now.six ,
Altman If 3100 Bond rf 2211 M Cool p 0000 I Grace Presbyterian 0 5 .000 models to choose from
Thomas Ib 4 0 1 a White el Totals 35 9 10 9 Totals 31 1 I 1 THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE : Mont., as captain of the Chris Bishop, Leawood, Set play the Rattlers here Oct. 10, ,
Hickman rf 3010 Staub lb 4000 _Singled for Tsitouris in 8th. Junior priced from an unbeliev. I
Friday rofessional squad. co -
Taylor C 3010 Bateman c 3010 Kan.; Tommy Muscio, Santa he said. low $269.*
aD. Smith 0 0 0 bSpangler 1 0 0 0 C:incinn tl ............... 010 000 000-1 6:30, First Prebyterlan vs Latter (aptains are Jimmy DeFilippi, I The revised ably
Wakefield p 1 0 0 0 Grole e J J 0 0 C Ihicago ................ 000 001 eio-J, Day Saints; 8. Calvary vs First Baptist Maria, Calif.; Gene Lumsden, ALACHUA The Alachua 64 Rattler sched-
Bearnarth 0000Kasko ss 3000 ; ':30. First Methodist vs. Kanapaha. glesby, IlL, and Jimmy Huntr South Gate, Calif.; Tommy Vin- ule as announced by Coach
Softball will under
3000 Field No. 1. League
C. Smith 3b 40008r0Wn p E-Cardenas. PO A. 27 12 get
-Chicago ; Cinmnati Reno Nev.
Jackson p 2000 cAspro'nte 1000 (:: 27-1 DP-Stewart, Rodgers and (Division II : cent, Point Arena, Calif.; Craig way Thursday night at the old Gaither follows: STREITSBICYCLE
*Gonderc 3l S.T.U.S tanks 2; Santo. Stewart and Banks; Boos W L Pet. Hall West Concord Minn. Eddy OCT 3 Lincoln
31 111 ; University
V Totals r Rose and Coleman. LOB-Chicago 5: Jimmy Columbo, Omaha, and softball field with two games ,
a-Ran for Taylor In 7th; b-Grounded C Cincinnati: 4. First Methodist 5 0 1.000 Kansas Tallahassee 10 Central SHOP
out for Jackson in 7th c-Popped out for 28-Cowan. Williams. Schaffer. 38- Parkview Baptist 4 1 .100.limmy Clausen, Missoula, Mont. Leavendusky, City scheduled. First contest will ; State

Bateman In in ftt%.8thj Grounded out for S.chaffer., SB-Stewart, Schaffer. S-Rodg- Wesley Southside Methodist Baptist 2 2 3 3 .400.400 1 ivere named co-captains of the Kan.; Ken Robertson, Montebel- start a 8 p.m. I College, Tallahassee; 17, Mor- 615 W. Univ. Ave.
Brown e rs. SF-Stewart, Boros.
IP H R ERBB SO First Presbyterian 2 3 .400 sub-junior team. lo, Calif.; Bill Heiter, Ogden, ris Brown College Atlanta Ga.; Ph. FR 6-7751

New York ................ ClOO 000 120-2 Ii luhl W. 4-1 :.... I 1 1 0 3, Calvary THIS Baptist WEEK'S SCHEDULE 0 5 .000 Utah; Kent Stauffer, Trowood, Four teams are competing.I 24, Tennessee A&I, Tallahassee;
Houston ................. ..St. 001 000-1 0 Juxhhll L, 3-3... 5 1-3 7 7 7 3 6fsltouris ".0.[. modest rfertfniliofl and
1 ....... 2233 2 2 1 5 Friday First Team Ohio, and Joe Hancock, Wichita They are American Legion, and 31, Benedict College, Tam- set costs.
E-Thomas, Taylor. PO-A New York A AcCool ....... 1 0 0 0 0 2 i:30, Wesley vs. Highalands; 8. Park On the first team with Barn- Kan. I I up
pa. U
U-Vargo. Forman. Jackowski, Craw. i Lions Alachua Co. and
2717. Houston 27-14. DP-McMHIan and view vs. Grace; 9.30. Southside .vs. Milling \
Thomas Taylor and ,McMillan. LOB- Ford. T-2:16. A8.786Friday. North Central Field No. 2. lart are Johnny Sternberger, Sub-juniors selected with Co-Copeland.

New-York Kanehl'., Gonder.Houston SB 9.2B .-D. Smith. SBond ayton, Ohio; Dan Orlich, Reno, lumbo and Clausen are Steve

IP H R ER IB SO ev.; Gene Sears, El Reno, Carmichael, Kansas City; Ricky Team managers are Bill

Jackson ........ 6 S 1 1 2 2 A iL Boxes kla.; Col. William'Everhart, McGarry, Niagara Falls, Ont.; Martin, Copeland; Gene Curls,
Waketield ....... 113 1 0 0 1 0
Bearnarth, W, M 1 2-3 0 0 0 0 0 : Reno, Nev.; Bueford Bailey, Big Pat Mitchell, Granada Hills, Lions; Charles Emerson Alachua HOTTESTDEALS
Brown. L. 1-4 .... F 2 2 2 5 ; Neb. Bob Diefender'er
HBP-By Wakefield (Kasko, Wynn). prings, ; -Calif.; Jimmy Poindexter, Bradbury and

PB-Bateman. U-Pryor.. Se<:ory, Burk- Night Game Night Game Reading Pa.; Merle Kem- Calif.; Kerry Smith Milling; Billy Alligood I
hart. T-2:17. A-7.533. and Charles Simmons Legion.
sa20 sbylqy 22 223aed zr abrhbi BALTIMORE abrhbi abrhbi abrhbi J nerly Shreveport, La.; Lee Davidson Franklin, Wis.; Bob Deitemeyer First will send Lions'

SUB NL.. Cincinnati. 1, nightSt. Versalles ss 4 1 1 0Brandt cf 4220 Wed 3b 4120 Howser ss 4110 Carlisle, Ind.; Lt. Col. Lincoln Neb.; Danny games
Chicago Rollins 3t Lumpe 2b 5021 4233Kaline against Legion and Ala c h u a
4 1 1 Apancio ss 3120
Louis 6, Milwaukee 214a MC.ADD 1,. night I Oliva rf 1111 Johnson 2b 4000 I rf 4000 : :rnIf2b 4000 1 Tarry Copsey, Colorado Springs Foutch, New Athens, Ill.;, Allen .
sal30 szyczc 22 1 8Power Ib 2110 Siebern Cash Ib 5010 Alvis 3b 4111 Milling against Copeland.
lb 4012 Independence
MINORS-IL (Itolo.; Myron Willighby, Justice Niles Mich. Bish-
Allison Ib-rf 5010 Robinson 3b 4000 Demeter cf 5010 Romano c 3020 ; Kip
Jacksonville 4, Columbus :3, It Innings .Hall cf 5000 Powell If 3000 Freehan c 3221 Smith rf 3000 Mo. and R.L. Pleas-
ADD PCL Killebrew If 3 1 3 2 Bowens rf 4232 Thomas If 3020 Kindall Ib 3111 ] op, Leawood, Kan.; Danny Players interested in participating -.
Spokane 7, Salt Lake 4 OGreen If 0000 Orsino c 4111 bG.Brown If 1 0 0 0 Held cf 3000 mton, Magnolia, DeL Markoff, Tucson, Ariz., and Roy are asked to contatf any
McAuliffe 4 0 1 0 Kralick 2000
Battey c 4022 Barber p 1000 p
Night Game Mien 2b 3020 bGaines 1000 Lolich p 2 0 0 McMahon p 1000. membersire Lee Johnston, Covina, Calif. of the managers.
Other women's team
ST. LOUIS MILWAUKEEab (eat p 3000 Stock p 0000 aWood 1000
r h bi abrhbt Arrigo p 2000 cAdalr 1000 Rakow p 0000 Susan Hardy Devon Pa.
Flood cf 401 OAlou cf 4020 Fischer p 0000R.HaII p 0000 Sherry p 0000 ;
Clemens rf 411 OMaye 3b 4000 Totals :36 S 11 5 Totals 3309S cBruton 0000 Shu-ley: Couch, South Gate IN
Groat ss 511 Aaron rf 4000 a-Ran for Oliva in 3rd* b-Struck out Navarro p 0000- V TOWNI
Boyer 3b 31 1 2Torre c 3110 j or Barber In 4th; c-Grounded out for Totals 37 311 2 Totals 31 5 I 5 Zalif.: ; Sheila Egan, .New York;
White Ib 4000Carty If. 2000 Stock in 7th; d-Ran for Killebrew In a.-Flied out for Lolich In 6th; b- 3ladys PIost Phillipsburg Kan.
James If 300 OMathews lb 3000 th. Struck out for Thomas In 7th; cWalkedfor t
McCarver c 3 1 0 Boiling 2b 3001 V Sherry in Oth. Mary Christopher, Cornwall

Javier 2b 4221 Menke ss 3000 1 000 A Minnesota ..... 401 000 000.-S Detroit .................. 000 111 000-3 Pa. Laura Mote New I
Simmons p 4000 aDe Cloninger la hoi p 1000 Baltimore ...210 Oil 002-4, Cleveland ............... 310 010 OOx-5 Heights, ; ,
0000 Vladison Ohio; Sharon Kingen, _
Hoett p E-Held. PO-A--Detroit 24-8, Cleveland j
Smith p 0000 E-None. PO-A-Minnesota 26-12 (two 278. DP-L. Brown Kindall and How-
bGabffeon 1000 e>>ut when winning run scired), Baltimore ser; Wert. Lumpe and Cash. LOB-Detroit fV
Totals 3.IL4 Totals M l3l 2 1711.: DP-Allen, Versalles and Power. Cleveland 2. V V V ,-
a-Filed out for Cloninger In 6th; bt LOB-Minnesota 13. Baltimore 3.JB 2B-Thomas. Wert.. Lumpe. HR-L.
Struck out for Smith in 9th. -Battey, Apancio Bowens. Brandt. Brown 2, Alvis, Kindall, Freehan. tIn I
.iR-Bowens 2, Orsino. SB-Apariclo. Sfcparicio. -. IP H R ERBBSO
St. Louis .................. 220 000 200-6 J Power, Battey.IP LoiichL,4-2..5 6 5 5 0 5
Milwaukee ............... ON Oil 00-1 H ERBBSO' Rakow......... 1 1 0 0 0 1
Sherry ......... 1 0 0 0 0 1
sat S 7 4 4 0 s!I
Menke. Mathews. Smith. I Navarro ....... 1 1 0 0 0 0 ,
E-Boyer j Arrloo .......... 3231 1 1 1 I II
Krahck, W, 4-0 .. 62311 3 2 3 6
PO-A St. Louis 2710 Milwaukee 27IX (Fischer, L, 0 1 0 C I _
0-1 1 1 McMahon ...... 213 0 0 0 1 3 CLEANINGREPAIRING ___
Javier and White. LOB-St.
DP-Doyer E Barber 4 10 5 5 0 4 I i
U-Stewart. Stevens, Napp, Rice. T-
Louis 7. Milwaukee 2.
itock .. 3 2 0 0 4 2 I V
28-Groat. HR Boyer, Javier. S- i 2:32. A-ll. V V V _
t.Hali. W. 4-0 ... Z O. 0 2 1 FVV.1V _V V. V
Clemens. _
x-Faced 1 man In .th. V
IP H R ERBBSO HBP-By Barber (Oliva). WP-Kaat. U Night Game _ .
Simmons W, &-2. 3 1 1 1 -Salerno, Valentine, Soar. T-2:48. A-V \
Cloninger L. 3-3 6 2 4 2 4 2 1 abrhbi abrhbi1, V
Hoeft .......... 1 3 2 2 1 1 14,009. Causey ss 4010 Jones 2b 5 0 0 0 I "We Rod
Smith .......... 2 1 0 0 0 0 Mathews cf 4110 ld'S 4010
spts let add american Night Cam Charles 3b 3110 4000 i Them Out"Motor
Colavito rf 32 1 Malzone 3t 4 1 2 0 I -I_ _
Gentile Ib 4000 Stuart Ib 4010
ab r h bi ab r h M Alusik If 4 0 1 Conigharo If 3010 I Block
Pearson cf 5031 Kubek ss 3010 I .
Lau 3011 Tillman
c c 4011 I SUMMERTIME.
Cage Games Moran 3b 5110 Rich'son 2b 3 1 1 1 Green 2b 3000 Mehas rf 4110 PAA
Fregosl ss 4000 Marls rf 4210 Pena p 3000 Wilson p 2122 FlushedWe
Adcock Ib 401 Mantle cf 4021 in and comfort V *
Wyatt p 0000 aMantilla loa style
Rodgers c 4131 Gonzalez Ib 0000 Radatz p 0000j i
& Deliver{
TV rf 4010 Tresti If 4021 bNixon Pick-UP.
ApprovedMOBILE Knoop 2b 4110 Pep'tone Ib 4011 Total 31 464 Totals 30393 10001 i iaStrudc Arrived In time for your
Piersall If 1001 Blanchard c 2 0 0 0 out for Wilson in 7th; fa-' venti-
aKirk'k If 3010 cHoward c 1000 I Grounded out for Radatz in 9th. RADIATOR SHOP vacation pleasure, V

Ala. Southeast- McBride bSmith p p 2000 1000 Ford Boyer 2b 4110 1 0 0 C: Kansas City ............... Oil 003 000-4 I lated-cool Hush Puppies.
p Boston ........_....... White Electric
era Conference basketball will dSatriano 1 0 0 Mikkelsen p 1000 I 000 021 000-3E Here are your most comfortable

become a Saturday afternoon Renlff p 0000 I -Bressoud. PO-A-Kansas City 2711. shoes walking or -
3311 3
Totals 31494 I '
Boston 27-10. LOB-Kansas City 3, Boston
thing for some schools next a-Safe on error for Piersall In 4th,,I 7. & Battery loafing.And the easiest to
I b-Struck out for McBrIde In 4th; c-. 2B-Alusik. Lau Malzone, Bressoud.
season as television of games c Grounded out for Blanchard In Jth; d-. HR-Wilson, Colavito. SF-Lau. keep looking like new. H sh
C rounded: out for Smith in 9th. IP H R ER IB SO Service actually 1.1
Hush Puppies
got a go-ahead t the spring If want to drive a winner and drive a bargain
Pena W, 5-3 ..... 62-3' 3 3 1 6 S you ,
meeting Friday.A I Los Angeles Oil 000 Ml-3 Wyatt ........... 21-3 1 0 0 0 1 brush clean in a jiffy.
New Yark 102 1M MX-S Wilson L. 12 .... 7 4 4 1 S 118 N.W. 8th Ave. Tanned-in protection Pes too, see us. We have the same models in our show
10-game series of SEC Radatz _..._... .. 2 04002HBP
games for TV has been E-Fregosl. Pepitone, Moran. PO-A. -By Radatz (Charles). U-Pa ar- FR 2-8581 makes the brushed pigskin I I A. N r room as the Plymouth that won 9 out of 10 tests at
apI I Los Angeles 2 York 2716. DP ella. Drummond. Umont DiMuro. T- .
-11. New
dirt Osusios lCSx0I
proved. All games will be on I Blanchard and Kubek; Fregosi Knoo I 2:30. A-13778 resistant to Wa05t.tThlN ? [ Watkins Glen recently. Ten tests of the "things you
and Adcock. LOB-Los Angeles I. New ter and stains. Come see CASUAl$IIOES If Ml.VDIII
Saturday afternoon and all conference York 7. and colors. buy a car for"! See your Plymouth Dealer now.
teams will but 2B-Thomas Kirkpatrick. .S Mikkelsen the new styles
appear I Kubek. SF-Richardson.IP J "
none more than three times. H R ERBBSO CONGRAT UATIONSUATES Hush Puppies ______________ -
McBride L, 17.. 3 4 3 1 0 4( AS LOW AS -
Home teams will receive TV I Smith 5 2 1 0 1 J HUSH PUPPIES from YoungI
funds Ford ..... .... 3 4 2 2 0 ::IiIi
to BIG
amounting $3,000 SEE OUR
or J Mikkelsen W. 2-1 5 3 0 0 0 1 T04 ALL sters Size 8Vi (about $7$9)to )
3500. No team can host a teleI I Reniff .... ...... 1 2 1 1 0 I \ Ladies 11 & Men's Sizes to AD IN THISSUNDAY'S
Flaherty. Carngan. Haller, Hurley,, 16 (about $9-$11)) -AFTER
vised game more than twice. T-2:06. A-11030.

There will be no blackouts in Night Game 1 1964 GRAD( OF Men's & Women'sGOLF $1796 $199

Two firms from
Louisville, another from New abrhbi ab r h hZlmmer THIS AREAHUGHES DOWNFOR
3b 4000 McCraw Ib lOll::1 I
York and an individual are Kennedy IS IllOWels 2b 401 1 About $12 to $14BL _ _ _
Hinton H 4010 Roh'sen H If 4111 I
bidding for 'the rights. Final Skowron Ib 4000 Ward 3b 301 I A LIMITED TIME ONLY
date for bids is May 30. Lock rf 3010 bBuford 3b 000 I i FRC)M SHOE DEPT. .

SEC athletic directors and Hunt Leppert cf c 3000 3000 Hansen Nicholson ss If 4.401 1 I I .% Z% S u-. ..:......... GET A HOT DEAL ON THE HOT CAR
Cottier 2b 3010 Landis d 000 4 .. .
football coaches to raise

height of goal posts by 10 feetso Bridges Koch p p>> 0000 1000 l000H'shb'rcf-i-f3llI Martin PUarro c p 3121 3001aorkan 1
that officials will have an Kline p 0000

easier time determining if kicks Totals a-Struck out 30140 for Bridges Totals In 8th 3339; bRan -:! Hawes-Powers Motor Co. >

are good. for Ward In Oth.WMhi ; GOODS

Moore also was empowered ..tM 100 000 000-1
CIIi'.e .._...
100 010 1IEWard. *-II
to designate certain games as Plymouth-Chrysler-Imperial-Valiant and Simca
a contest to count in the SEC .< PO-A-Washington 24-I8ChL YOUR SPORT ING GOOD'SLTERS THE STORE WITH MORE
ago V-t. DP-Martin and Hansen. t.oeWashington SALES and SERVICE
race. A team must play six 3. Chicago '. GAINESVILLE SHOPPING
games to qualify. Both Tulane-V 2B-Kennedy.. Cottier. HR-Roblnsosu SKoch. V HEADQUARNORTH FOR 1302 NORTH MAIN STREET We Will Not Be Undersold or Out-Traded

nd Georgia have only. five IP-If RER1BSC
I Koch. t. 0-1 ... 62-3 7
3..1 1 4 e.i
games with the withdrawal "of Bridge.,:. ........ ,., 1 0 OPEN EVENINGS
Kline ...........1 1"'J t L CENTI RAL FLORIDA
Georgia Tech from the confer I Izerro. W, M .. f 4 1 o 0 13 B-L Charge__Central Charge-Layaway 204 N. Main Street FR 2-2561
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j of the year's accomplishments is featured 'president's pin as incoming executive is Mrs. J.

ra and new officers are installed. Typical of these ,, ,'.' Ed Price, retiring President the largest federated -

n ',:": annual events was the May Breakfast of the -- club in Florida.

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I: It's Travel Time Again .; ,> League of Women Voters


42, Hear Dr. Ruth McQuown

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Emphasizing the part polit- broaden its community service tending the luncheon.

P Er 1 1III ical parties play in the Amer. through active participationin Arrangements we rein
ican way of life, Dr. Ruth voter registration election charge of Mrs. John E. SIgnor -
McQuown, assistant professorof laws and voter service. chairman, assisted by
political science at the Mrs. William Shenkel, new Mrs. Earl S. Homer Mrs. G.
w i +0b1u University of Florida, spoketo president of the Gainesv 111 e Ronald Dalton and Mrs. Wil-
the Gainesville League of League introduced guests at- lard Stone.
** Women Voters during its an- I

ifi: nual Spring Luncheon Thurs-
day afternoon at the HolidayInn.

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Dr. McQuown pointed out
that the theory in a democratic -
society presupposes that
individuals elected to office

.j.jr will carry out the duties of r
that office. t .turnrnet t's

When this theory does not s .,.c_
I accord with the practices of thts '..
.t elected officials, a distastefor r. ,
HBm- H I H active participation in pol- /
j'I. Pictured on deck of the Italian liner SS Vulcania, Participants in a cruise to Nassau and the Bahama Islands, where they were itics results. The Communistsare :c
I( fJ | just before sailing from New York last week areI pictured at a party given in the Pilot House Club of Nassau are, left to right, keenly aware of this fact ., ..l ,,,,11 t.>' :
I ,. Barry Cann and his nephew, John Slaughter of Mr. and Blrs. Erwin A. Clayton of Gainesville; Mr. and Mrs. Philip Thomas of and used such examples to ,i.-- 001" \( .
p II,, Gainesville. The two will spend three months on a Cedar Key, Mrs. Edward Kemp of Nassau and Mr. Kemp, a navigator for the brain wash defectors during "IUtl1' t' '\{ .
I'll!. holiday vacation touring Europe. John is a student cruise. The Claytons were guests aboard Mr. and Mrs. Thomas' yacht, Happy the Korean War, the speakersaid. z 3.. to HA 1S.OO
j at the University of Florida. Holiday III. "I"
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-'SUN-DE. Dr. McQuown believes that \!. \.
Iii t ': : : political pjrtles do provide an "f"f."f.1'f. 'I

f',. Reception Fetes Bridal CoupleMr. anchor for the voter and the r r's ",;N E \. -O"C
need for such a system In <. .
spite of the gap between the ;$ \.00\ tops,.

t i and Mrs. Newton C. Glenn 0. Summerlin, Mrs. E. F. Cannon Jr., Mrs. J. democratic theory and the .: f\o\t"\f\O( ot c .huorts. es

1 Ebaugh entertained with a Edwin W. Peck, Miss Ruth T. Ward of Jacksonville Mrs. practice.She .. Sh eout s\irf\itul PonoY orr; { blousee In ..
reception last night. at the McMillan, Mrs. Burton M. W. Wade Hampton III, Mrs. pointed out that most '.". in a tin9 se\ec.\I do111ea. he peter pon Cos.exc "
!1" I Gainesville Golf and Coun- Woodward, Mrs. Frank 0. Jimmie Hughes, Mrs. Roy L. people are not interested in P ants,10 s*\ w Vd\ W: Q\eg \ookanget
t tIf try Club honoring Miss Ann Spain, Mrs. S. T. Dell and Purvis, Mrs. P. W. Peck, Mrs. issues. Political activity is if\ t suit" d Jes.lS K iom\fon"'liO'ou. "*
If, G T jt Jean Fishback and John Mrs. C. Addison Pound. Leo J. Thomas, Mrs. Sidney costly because it eats up time sw (1\ 't"t r aU
Franklin Bennett, whose mar- Assisting in the courtesieswere Robertson and Mrs. Harry and energy at a remarkablerate. s stni., .\1 love at StotCfrce
t riage will take place August Mrs. S. J. Adkins, Mrs. Duncan. -q 1, / \9 v.COf
} Lik:1J 15 in Orlando. Civic Groups Needed b 1"0'
The need for attach-
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The serving table, overlaid
wth: a handmade filet and Charity Bridge Tourney ment if fulfilled by political
parties. In local .
nonpartisan -
culwork centered
cloth was
with a silver candelabrum elections, civic groupsare X & .
Planned Here May 2931Rufus formed to fulfill this \
"I holding white tapers. need, she said. 1 Vd'
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; adorned Heath Jr., presidentof The tournament is expectedto Dr. McQuown outlined the
with and maid-
If j :0 roses characteristics of the two ma- A'lc.
the Gainesville .
!: .,: enhair fern, were used at the Gainesville United Com- 'lets\t"
jor parties and the '
Club, announced that Independents "vyAt. ul\
either side of the candlela- today from all of North Florida and .. ,,
Prof and Mrs. J. Martine Pearce and their niece brum. the proceeds of the sectional and stated that research ; 40\ ],4606I
*, Miss Anne Pearce, were recent passengers on the SS A bridge tournament to be held adjoining states. studies show that the Inde- 0\0\ ftl
rose was placed at
Bahama Star from Miami to Nassau. The trio pendents are the least informed
enjoyed the entrance ot the ballroom. here May 29-31 will be donatedto Mr. Heath also announcedthat -
the island activities of of the three
shopping, nightclubbing the Gainesville United a new trophy will be groups. w
r' and sightseeing while away.Bridge Party Assistants The speaker closed her talk p.
t Those the Community Fund. awarded at this tournamentin
during .,
V evening were Mrs. The three-day tournament, honor of the late Henry L. by reminding members of the ;
responsibility of the
.1I Creighton, Mrs. T. J. Davis, is sponsored by the club and Gray, who was a member of League to
Club Notes Mrs. S. P. Goethe, Mrs. W. approved by the American the board of directors of the
1 M. McGriff, Mrs. Danny Ma- Contract Bridge League. club.GMdtilI1 1 I 6 NURSES
ples, Mrs. W. W. HamptonJr. I. PENNEY'S MEMO TO 0 BEAUTICIANS
; By RALPH H. BLODGETT E. E. Phillips and P. D. Gold- ., Mrs. Walter Murphree, I TECHNICIANSWAITRESSES
University City Bridge hagen for second with 105*. Mrs. John R. Kelly, Mrs. ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY .
J Club played a fractional mas- Mrs. J. A. Jones, Jr. and the '
ter point game at the University writer were fourth with 100%. v SHOP MONDAY TILL 9 P.M.
,a Faculty Club Monday Mrs. W. D. Macdonald and "The Villagers"To

evening. Mrs. L. A. Garrard Van A. May again led the
and Mrs. Genevieve Stern way among the East-W es t Audition"The
won first place in the North- players with 113. Mrs. GIFT
J., South direction, with Mr. and W. Beasley and Mrs. J. A. Villagers," a group of J

. w Mrs. Harry R. Warfel in sec- Wethington, Jr., were second Gainesville folksingers, trav- See the great collection of oil sportswear and syvim-
ond place, and Cliff Landers with 89, Miss Bernice Bren- veled to Miami Beach on Fri- suits here at Libbye's. Ideal for graduation parties
f't I and Maurice Yeatea in third. ke and Mrs. H. D. Putnam a day to audition to entertainat and summer fun!
1 Mrs. Robert Fuerst and close third with 88%, and Mrs. the Miss Universe contest. a
Mrs. C. Engel led all the Central Charge or LjyAwiyLIBBYE'S
M. H. DePass and Mrs. B. The
the group Rosemary )1
pairs across
M. Winn were fourth with 844. Threatte }
I t Lorelei Esser Pat
; finish line. Second went to
The club will hold its .

J I Mrs. D. R. Frazier and Mrs. regu Lenahan, Virginia Tipton and
lar Monday master
point Mrs.
Laurie Kerr.
Robert W. Jones, and third ,
f to Mrs. Joe Moss and Mrs. R.t' game at the Recreation Cen Mrs. Phyliss Kerr and Next To Florida TheatreFree .
Browne. ter at 7:30 tomorrow even- Mrs. Sybil Threatte will be Parking First Federal Lot

r Wednesday evening was ing. Visitors are invited. chaperones. 1 1
master point night at Weed
.1{I Hall, and the scores were SOUTH SIDE OF THE SQUARE
\ l close in both directions. Miss : \
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Carol Ruppert and Robert W. [ And Have It Beautifully 6PS .
Jones finished first in the
FOR Wrapped FREE at Ruddy's
North-South direction with a GRADUATION S
score of 78 match points. Mr. PS /\tL S
t and Mrs. S. L. Williams were GIVE :
t second with 77, and Harry C. 'k
Boardman and the writer LINGERIE : :!
,/ were third with 75. li I,;' ; _L1l
Ii In the East-West direction, srA
Mrs. Virginia Windsor and
Mrs. Ruth Thurman tied with '
Mrs. L. A. Garrard and Mrs.
Genevieve Stern with 74
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match points to share the i'r
awards for first and second r .

places. Mrs. Robert W. Jones I ;.: .: '.,- .
and Dr. R. I. Johnson were :: -
third at 6H I :
t The club meets tomorrow at S

,i 7:30 p.m. at the University I II I
i'I Faculty Club on New berry
Road and on Wednesday at ,rI
1 7:30 p.m. at Weed Hall, 107 !
NW 15th Terrace. All interested Vt k. UNIFORMS

i, bridge players are in- .
vited to attend and competein a

11 these By JOHN games.E. CRAPS REDUCED4S! \
: Mrs J. E. Moore and Rufus
Heath Jr. won top honors In Jj

the North-South direction at f
We Need The Space .
I the Wednesday evening tourn -. x
ament of the Gainesville
Bridge Club which was held .: i if For New MerchandiseSave

i at the Holiday Inn. Averagescore {
for North-South pairs in I f y' djqJ1 > < Now At This Low

( the eight and one half table '
94H.for East- _. J
competition was Price ..
I If t West 84.Following. .. .-. : -., 1 Penney

,, the winners, who .- ;'/ ,
had 114 match points, were ; : -- "
Mrs. F. J. Hoffer and Mrs. .
H. R. Warfel, who tied with .- -.;;, .: A perfect spring blossom $4.99
I ; from KAYSER lingerie ;\
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::1? ?,, From the Flower Garden Collection I This sweet pajama i has a fuxurl- Sixees: 5.20 and 14'/2-24
>. -... oUIhandmadelook.Delicate eyelets and springlike tulips embroiderthe ;
pretty yoke, while puff sleeves and a handy pocket add the SELECT SEVERAL IN
1 finishing touches. Trousers are Capri length Sizes Small, Medium,
ji Large in Shell Pink, Sweet Lilac Caribe Blue Sunshine. $S.95 COTTON, NYLONS, BLENDS


I r !q JUST J Find: a world of enchantment SLIPS Reg. 5.95 . . . Now 3.99 COLORED UNIFORMSLIGHT

PUSH in KAYSER lingerie Vi SLIPS Reg. 4.00 . . Now 2.69 BLUE

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i rom.e Enchanted Lady Collection this baby doll of chiffon sheer YELLOWGREEN .
TO : over tricot! The yoke Is prettily appliqued with lace and touched with SHORTY PJs 5.95 to 10.95 3.99 to 7J99 .
embroidery for a fine, handmade look. Each
I The panties beneath are FANCY BRIEFS( Reg. 2.00 . Now 1.39
I ruffled with sheer. In sizes Small, Medium and Large in White Shell Fine Cotton Smartly Styled
MATHEWSPLUMBING l'' Pink, Sweet Lilac Blue, Seaipray. $6.95

CO. And this is the lost week of the GOOD IN U.S.A.

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't:1 Bridal Shower EE ENGAGEMENTS -II Brown Hading

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a!a-vAO. Nuptial
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Fetes Miss Tucker Quincey-Purvis ,. .

: Jennifer B. Brown, mony. Nuptial music will be:

'aJUnb! atnreiQ! epU i 1 ssw! School and Central Hairstyling daughter of Mr. and Mrs. provided by Mrs. Aubrey'
J Miss Judith Diane Tucker, Mrs. Maurice Boyd, Mrs. daughter of Mrs. Loy Qum- College. She is em- Austen B. Brown of Atlanta, Daniels soloist, and Mrs...

bride-elect of William Dale John R. Bynum, Miss Jeanne cey, and the late Mr. Quin- ployed by Southern Bell Tele- f,: and Hugh W. Harling Jr., Selden Waldo, organist.

Arnett, was complimented Cornell, Mrs. J. C. Dunn, Mrs. cey, is engaged to marry phone Co.Airman. son of Mrs. and Mrs. Hugh Bridal attendants include

\ i with a miscellaneous shower Albert C. Edgar, Mrs. Wm. Airman 1-c Emmis L. PurvisIII Purvis, a graduateof W. Harling Si., are announc- Miss Lynn Russ, maid of*

I Friday night by Mrs. A. C. M. Harling, Jr., Mrs. W. T. aI' son of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Gainesville High School, ing plans for their wedding, honor; Mrs. Duffy Brown off

f O'Neill and Mrs. M. O. WatHerbert, Mrs. J. P. Ingle, ; : Purvis Jr. Announcement is is now serving in the U. S. which will take place Fridayat Jacksonville, bridesmatrorif; ..
kins who entertained at the Mrs. E. L. Johnson, Mrs. E. made today by the bride- Air Force. He is stationed in Johnson and:
,. 7:30 p.m. in the First Baptist Miss Carolyn
\ latter's home. Ruffin Jones, Mrs. Shirley : Fountainbleau France.
; elect's mother. brides-
Church. ,
Miss Denney
,1. Kidd, Mrs. L. L. Knight, "st :iIJj, Plans made fora Kay ;
< Miss Quincey was grad- are being .
The bride-to-be and her Mathis Mrs. T. Rev. Fred Laughon Jr., maids, and Joye
Mrs. Stanley ,
; uated from Gainesville December wedding. *
mother Mrs. Woodson C. High sister of the bridegroom, jun-
G. Mitchell, Mrs. R. Lee Mon- _: pastor, will perform the cere-
Tucker Jr. of New Orleans, ior bridesmaid. :

1 were presented white and tague. Gene Harling will s e r v e:

i pink carnation corsages by Miss Edwinna M u rphey, :; BeckhamRidaughtHAWTHORNE his brother as best man and;
'I"tl the hostesses. Mrs. Kenneth Morris, Mrs. h ThaxtonsTo ushers will be Joe Matthews,!'
and at Hawthorne High School.
. Edith : Mr. David Sisler, Skip Sims and;
Mrs. James 0, Beckham of Mr. Ridaught is employed 'I Duffy Brown of Jacksonville,"

scheme was carried out m Mrs. Lula Rich, Mrs. W. Leroy 'W._....,.._._....} Hawthorne announce the en- by Oat Crest Enterprises.The Miss Sandra Jane Beckham Live brother of the bride. t
11 floral arrangements as well wedding will be an ":
John J.
Schoch Mrs. Tig-
I. Miss Lynda Quincey gagement and approaching Following the ceremony+
as refreshments. D'.d event of June 26 at 8 p.m. at
j\ ert, Mrs. Tucker, Mrs. marriage of their d a u g hter, Mr. and Mrs. Brown will
A bride doll
holding a pink Woodlawn Baptist Church in
: J. B.
D. Neil Webb, Mrs.
Miss Sandra Jane Beckham, entertain with a reception at
I umbrella, centered a table in Johnson.No In TexasALACHUA
White and Mrs. R. E. Rut
''i the living room and the gift to Richard Dwight Ridaught, invitations are being the Chi Omega sorority house.

I cart was topped by a white land. Wa ii. son of Mr. and Mrs. LawrenceL. sent but all friends and rela- All relatives, and friends of

,'' satin umbrella. A number of pre wedding Ridaught of Johnson. tives of the couple are in- Miss Juliet the bridal couple and their

\ : Invited guests inc Iud e d courtesies are planned to The bride-elect is a student vited,to attend. ; Wood and James Harvey families are invited to attend

Mrs. William T. Arnett, mothhonor Miss Tucker and her Thaxton Jr. were married the ceremony and reception..

II' er of the bridegroom-elect, fiancee, whose wedding will i. Saturday at 5 p.m. at the Holy Thursday evening at 7:30-

\ Mrs.. B. D. Adams, Mrs. C. take place June 7 at 4 p.m. in HallPtachikTALLAHASSEE Trinity Episcopal Church in Mr. and Mrs. Harling will!

; E. Bell, Miss Luisa Bohannon, the First Methodist Church. l.N the presence of relatives anda compliment Miss Brown and*
t few intimate friends.
-Dr. and ers, Swim-Fins, and the Or- their son with a dinner
\ Rev. L.
Harry Babbit of
Mrs. Earl R. Hall of Tallahassee der of Athena. the Holiday Inn following the

!f c Pre-Nuptial Parties formerly of Gainesville, Mr. Peachik was graduatedfrom bride Port ,St.and Joe Rev., uncle Earle of Page the church rehearsal.

announce the engagement of Lakeview High School, officiated at the double ring
their daughter, Miss Joan Winter Garden. He is a sen- WolzLoweNuptials
Frances Hall to ior in Smi / ceremony. Music was presented Y
Christopher electrical
l by Dr. David Stryker, or-
!I. Honor Cross Ptachik, son of Mr. and Mrs. the University of Florida, ganist. VowsiExchanged

Gayle Jack Ptachik of Orlando. where he is a member of the Iiii.A The bride is the daughter .

iJi.:, Miss Hall was graduatedfrom Air Force ROTC.A A' ... ...,.'h"' "'. ,.1< of Mr and Mrs. Wilbur
; Miss Gayle Cross, bride- be Mrs. Meyer, Miss Meyer, Dan McCarty Rig h late summer wedding is Miss Joan Frances Hall Leon Wood, HaynesworthFarm

elect of Caspar Rappenecker the honor guests and their School in Fort Pierce and the planned at the University Alachua, and the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Will G. Wolz

,: Jr., was honored at a lunch- parents, Senator and Mrs. ,. flli: .1/ University of Florida. She wasa Methodist Chapel in Gaines- groom is the son of Mr. and have established a new homeat

Il eon given yesterday at the Cross and Dr. and Mrs. Miss Jenny Charlotte Crosby member of the Florida PlayikoUNfbQQRL'P- ville.AlfordMayfield. Mrs. James Harvey ThaxtonSr. 1708 NE 21st Place, follow-.

Holiday Inn by Mrs. Zareh Rappenecker. ., of Americus, Ga. ing their marriage May 16 at

t M. Pirenian and her daughter, 5 Given in marriage by her the Carole Estates Baptist *
All white decor will be featured
; .
Mrs. Robert W. Decker. I :y34 father, the bride wore a beige Church. -
in the table
serving appointments silk pongee suit, white rose The bride, formerly Mrs. t
(I An arrangement of spring with stock, chry- Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Collins School and is employed by r;. corsage, and she carried a Mary Nell Lowe is the daughter f

(1\i \; flowers centered the lunch- santhemums, gladioli and announce the engagement and Aero Corporation in Lake prayer book. of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rogers '

: eon table. Corsages were presented roses combined as the center- approaching marriage of their r r Miss Judy Lowe of St. Petersburg of Gainesville.Mr. .

&! to the bride-to-be her piece. Magnolia blossoms will Yr daughter, Miss Joan Alford, City.The i iT served as maid of and Mrs. Harry Chas-

rs I ; mother, Mrs. J. Emory Cross, be used to decorate the porch. t to Donald Wayne Mayfield, wedding will take place ; ) honor. She wore a rosecol- teen attended the couple.A .

fijf i) and to the bridegroom-elect's Those presiding,at the tea table v.x son of Mr, and Mrs. Coy C. June 28 in the Pinerose Ad- ored suit and a corsage of reception followed the

H mother, Mrs. Caspar Rappe- will be Mrs. John McDan- Mayfield of Lake City. vent Christian Church of roses. ceremony at the couple's

f necker Sr.Places fell, Mrs. Sadi Koru, Mrs. E. R Miss Alford will graduate Lake City. Pat Shannon of Miami was home.

C. Kirkland, and Mrs. Ran- from Santa Fe High Schoolin No invitations are being best man. Those assisting with the hos-
.J marked for the
,: were dolph Clarke. June. sent and all friends and rela- A dinner given by the pitalities were Mrs. Vivian
honoree Mrs. Cross Mrs.
"Il Sr. Miss, Betty Mrs. Freeman Assists Mr. Mayfield was graduated tives of the couple are invitedto p N.. bride's parents at the Holi- Goeller, Mrs. Harry Wooten,
Rappenecker -
: 1 Jean Cross and Mrs. Charles Assisting in the hospitalitieswill k41 from Columbia High attend. Yy day Inn, followed the nuptials. Mrs. J. B. McMillan, Mrs.

f 1': Emory Cross, sister, and be Mrs. Charles Freeman, Spring flowers were the ap- Mary Hester and Mrs. Glen

'1 sister in law of honor guest, older daughter of Mrs. Meyer r CrosbyAdamsORLANDO pointments used. McMillan.

Mrs. George E. Evans, Mrs. ; Mrs. William Ewing, Mrs. After a wedding trip to Colorado I

William Frazer, Mrs. Norman Osee Fagan, Mrs. Ralph Tur- the newlyweds will live GRADUATION
I Mr. and Mrs. presently employed at the J. Miss Leslie Jane Frazier in Lubbock, Texas.
Yost, Mrs. John McDan- lington, Mrs. Boyd Wooten SPECIAL
h esse Newell Crosby of Or- Hills Miller Health Center.
iell, Miss Anne Wigley, Miss Mrs. Tom Love, Mrs. Will- MOTHERS TOO!
'r iam Frazer, Mrs. William F. lando announce the engage- The bridegroom-elect was
Dianne Cook, Miss Carolyn
ment and approaching mar- graduated from HillsboroughHigh FrazierAMERICUS "-Little
Mooney, Miss Pat Rehbein, Moshier and Mrs. Alex Cruick- Miss Joan Alford i
riage of their daughter, Miss School. He attended the
Miss Susan Easter Miss Son- shanks.
Pamela Jenny Charlotte Crosby, to University of Tampa and was Ga. Mr. from Florida State UnIversity -
ja Hanes and Mrs. The hostesses will present Joseph Richard Adams son graduated from the University -
Webster of'Jacksonville.Miss and Mrs. James Albert Fraz- where she was a
corsages of spring flowers to of Mr. and Mrs. Lafayette F. of Florida with a degree in '
BridalShower ier of Americus, Ga., an- member of Delta Y
presented Pi
Cross was Alpha (
the honoree and the two moth- Godwin of Tampa. mechanical engineering. He
with gifts' of silver: from the ers and a gift of silver to the The bride-elect was gradu- is employed by the Newport nounce the engagement and social sorority, Kappa Delta

I hostesses.. honored couple. ated from Gainesville High News Shipbuilding Company. approaching marriage of their Pi, education honor society,
Tea For Couple
School and attended the Uni- Plans are being made for a daughter, Miss Leslie Jane and Phi Kappa Phi, scholastic -
Mrs. Herbert:A. Meyer and Among the out of town
a her daughter;. Miss Carol guests invited are: Mr. and versity of Florida. She is June 14 wedding in Orlando. Frazier to Robert A. Little honorary. She is a mem-

Meyer, will entertain this aft- Mrs. William O. Preston, son of Mrs. W. A. Little of ber of the Drummond Park

ernoon with a tea honoring Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hagglund Gainesville, Fla., and the School faculty in Panama COLD f50
t Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Murray Stamp Collectors: NoteBy
Miss Cross and Mr. Rappe- late Professor Little. City.Mr. I
necker. The party is to be given Sipprell and Mrs. J. H. Rich- Given Little was graduatedfrom WAVEIncludes
from 4 to 6 p. m. at the ards, all of Melrose; Mr. and SYD KRONISHAP departing from its usual prac- The wedding will be an P. K. Yonge High School

Meyer home, 1929 NW Seventh Mrs. Alfred Watson, Mr. and Feature Writer tice. Nationwide sale usually event of July 12 in Panama and the Univ rsity of Florida, I Haircut Shamooo: Set
Charles Cross and takes place a day after the
( Lane. Mrs. Emory The John F. Kennedy Scent where he was a member of I PHONE 372-1575
Miss Betty Jean Cross and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Watkins, In pre wedding courtesy first-day ceremonies. City.The Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity.He .
all of and to Miss Richardson,, memorial postage stamp bride-elect is the Even
Mrs. Charles Emory Cross of Keystone Heights. Betsy Precedent for this action occurred ma- I by AppointmentASK I
Keystone Heights sister and Mrs. Louise Owens, Miss bride-elect of Kenneth Alii- will receive its first-day cere- two when ternal granddaughter of the served four years in the

\ sister-in-law of the b rid f e- Mary Lou Owens, Mr. and good, a miscellaneous shower monies on May 29 in Boston the Project years Mercury ago stampwas late Mr. and Mrs. William R. U. S. Navy and is now em- ABOUT OUR SPECIAL
elect, will greet .guests at the Mrs. C. P. Huffman, Miss was given Wednesday even but will go on nationwide sale issued in ployed as communications
simultaneously Callaway of Waynesboro, N. HOUSE of BEAUTY
door. Carolyn Huffman and Harry ing by Mrs. Nat Robertson the same day. consultant with General Telephone
who entertained at her home 305 major post offices on the C., and Washington, Ga., and 2300 NW 6th St. at 23 'd Blvd.
In the receiving line will Reid, all of Live Oak. The date marks the 47th day Col. John Glenn made Company of Tampa.
Mrs. Don Capehart assisted birthday of the late President. his orbital flight. the paternal granddaughter of I

Book the hostess in the hospital Because of the advance in- Collectors desiring first-day the late Mr. and Mrs. John GRADUATION GIFT'
I: ities. Franklin Frazier of Cochran
Brides' terest already shown by covers of the Kennedy stamp SPECIAL MONDAY TUESDAY
Shower gifts were presented stamp collectors and I'on- may send the readdressed en- AND WEDNESDAY

I TODAY, Sunday, May 24 Brown, daughter of Mr. and to Miss Richardson froma collectors, the initial printing velopes, together with remit- The bridegroom elect is makesa

I Mrs. Austen B. Brown of At- gift table adorned with z i order was announced as 250 tance to cover the cost of the the maternal grandson of the
Breakfast honoring Miss i lanta and white and silver umbrella.The million twice the usual stamps to be affixed, to the late Dr. and Mrs. Arthur A. = lovely
Ann Jean Fishback of Orlando Hugh W. HarlingJr. amount for a commemorative Postmaster, Boston, Mass. Watkins of San Antonio, and
., son of Mr. and Mrs. HughW. serving table featureda I
stamp. 02109. gift!Il
and her fiance, John the paternal grandson of the .

lin Bennett, 10, Mr. and Harling Sr., 7:30 p. m., ias bridal used theme as the with By placing the stamp on The outside envelope to the late Mr. and Mrs. William Lit-
First Baptist Church. Recep- Postmaster should be clearly tle of Booth Ohio.
Mrs. Burton Woodward, 2114 sale on the same day in all 4
tion following at the Chi Om- Guests included the brideelect's the nation's post offices, the marked "First Day Covers,
r West University Avenue. John K Miss Frazier was gradu-
W i lliam Fitzgerald e randy
mother, Mrs.
Post Office is PetiteTrays
House with thebride's Department
ega Sorority ated from Americus High
TUESDAY, May 26 Richardson, the bridegroom Memorial Stamp. Cover re-
parents as hosts. elect's mother, Mrs. Edgar quests must be postmarkednot School, Georgia Southwestern r

t Coffee feting Miss Judith Dessert party honoring Miss R. Alligood, and 16 high school ADVERTISEMENT I later than May 29. College, and cum laude from --

Diane Tucker, bride elect of friends of the honoree.
Gayle Cross, fiancee of Cas- AVERAGE AMERICAN INCOME

l William Dale Arnett, 10:30: par Rappenecker Jr., Mrs. S
a.m., Mrs. Paige Pinnell and
Murray Sipprell of Melrose
Mrs. John Hoover hostesses at and her daughter, Mrs. Pat For company fare mix cool kI. If you are looking for for a nice little"Mary" 4 for z y

the former's home, 2107 NW ed long-grain white rice with I healthy pet your Graduatfon...
Warren of Gainesville, at the check "Pets" in 10o 1.
cooked wild rice this combination o
Fourth Place. home. Classified. There 5 5"I 1 1S i
Sipprell is of less day's are a .
course, expensive
for Miss Carolyn number of cute kittens and puppy's S we rnmend S Sa
Patio party Kitchen shower for Miss Ju- than serving all wile d l
who home.
Ridgell and her fiance, rice and it is delicious.. want a SS
dith Diane Tucker, fiancee of
C. B. Daniel Jr., 7 p.m., Mr. William Dale Arnett Jr., 8 I
and Mrs. Henry McLaurin and S l

# Mr. and Mrs. Bill Duggan p.m., Mrs. Milledge Murphey watch S SET OF .
The .
{ hosts at the McLaurin home, Jr. and her daughter,, 1--- experts ." I
y yS yor. FOUR
I A z. in our store recommend '
2238 NW 16th Avenue. Miss Edwina Murphey, 72J

I' 27 NW 18th Terrace. O $LOO : \ ,

Miscellaneous shower com- SATURDAY, May 30>> RlfMSBtl OMEGA U fI"m" '

Judith Di- WORLD r ,..,11 LIMIT
plimenting Luncheon
complim e n ting
Tucker bride-to-be of Wil- CRUISESThere's as the vtthnate i& vays'2 SETS
Miss Gayle Cross, fiancee ol i .
liam Dale Arnett, 8 p. m.. timekeeping: perfection.

John Mrs. Baxter Paul Tarrant and,. Mrs.Mrs. Darrel Caspar J.Rappenecker Mase and Jr.Mrs., Mrs R. From $65 to over $lOCX ::

7 George Butler at the Butler S. McMullin, 12:30 p. m.. -s.-.$120 er I

home, 1722 NW 11th Road. Gainesville Golf and Country =calendar dial S _"
niURSDAY, May 28 Club. t ;f..1.&adiIlW. S Svowesisleet

I I "Coke" party for Miss Dinner honoring Miss Judith S ; y tors cr.otJuvreread". buffer patedessert. 9eir'versatIT.wonderful :

Gayle Cross, bride-elect of Diane Tucker and her fiancee ( RC ) t : convenience. for gracio .'
1 Caspar Rappenecker Jr., 4 to -- ainedii S St tertainng.Styling: compliments al decori.D a 6'j, 0-
William D. Arnett, \
6 p.m.,' Mrs. William C. O'- so much to see and do on a Four Winds World

Neal and Mrs. William Ave- pjn. Mr. and Mrs. A. Frank Cruise that it takes this 16-page brochure to describe itl! 141 .l :
ra at the former's home, 621 Green and their sons, Frank v co {
Mail coupon below for your free copy! I
SW 26th Place.Rehearsal Green Jr. and Michael Green. !

f dinner honoring Gainesville Golf and Countrj 55 exciting days from $2295.4 sailings monthly ..sdi : I''
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Miss Jennifer Brown, Club. rI ,
their son, Hugh W. Harling I WORLD TRAVEL SERVICE I 1
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Jr., 7:30 p.m., Mr. and Mrs. Dinner, honoring Miss Am I I FOUR 808 W. UNIVERSITY AYE. y 145 1 NW 13th St. ;

Hugh W. Harling Sr., Holi- Jean Fishback and John Frak @ PHONE FR 6-4641 I .
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day Inn.FRIDAY. her fiance, John Franklir: IWIJA -.t S 103 WEST UNIVERSITY I I AVENUE c lr1t L Phone FR 2-8841 '
Bennett, Dr. and Mrs. Glens' 1 .
O. Summerlin, 2812 Newberrj .
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Richardson, Evinston, Florida W. H. Pierson, 1831 NW Tenth Sectional

i11'II I li Calendar Of i Events I ; Avenue; Gladiolus, Mrs. Tom- Open Pairs; 8 p.m., Open
12:30: p.m., Daylily, Mrs. C. my Ridgell, 1715 NW 16th Pairs; second session, and
A. Pound, Jr., 1647 NW 19th Avenue; Henry L. Gray Pairs, Holiday \ \\(
Circle Rose John VanDyke 8:00 Carnation, Mrs. Inn.SUNDAY. 1NOUi1Ot
;Mrs. :
I'' ,SUNDAY, May !tI'I a.m., Mrs. and Mrs. VernonSchafer's sory Board, 8 p.m., Li ; p.m. S1
i Saunders t ,J08.NW 22nd E. W. Johnson, 2803 NE 11th : May 31
--- Reception honoring Dr W. Swan Lake Home. brary.
I'I :=. C. Thomas following the unveiling Chapter AF,' PEO, 10 ajn., Colfax Rebekah Lodge No. Drive; Terrace. Gainesville Sectional \\\U\\\\tUi\\ \\\
-* of his portrait 3:30:; Luncheon meeting, Mrs. Roy 2. 8 p.m., Odd Fellows Hall, 12:45 p.m., Founders, FRIDAY May 29 Bridge Tournament, 1 p. m., AtCEi\ \
; .::;; p.m., Alachua General Hospital !- Green and Mrs. L. E. Schoon- 740 SE 2nd Avenue Gainesville.Golf and CountryClub Open Teams, first session, and Ito \
GainesvillE Sectional Bridge Rutherford Pairs; 730; p. m., ts1s'coR1\
Cafeteria. maker, at the latter's home, Gainesville Garden Club ;
',=. 800 SW 25th Place. Circles; 2:30 p.m., Amaryllis, Mrs. Tournament, 1:30 p.m., Men's Open Teams, second sessions, 1RE 1R
I ;...TT MONDAY, May 25 University City BridgeClub 9:45 ajn., Magnolia, Mrs.J. Julian H. McCranie, 716 NE Pars| and Women's Pairs, 8 and Mary Turner Pairs, Holi- \ t1 <

*.- University City Bridge ,. 7:30 pjn.-Weed Hall, M. McClamrock, 1951 NW 7th Street; p.m., Mixed Pairs, Holiday day Inn.
J 1ST: Club, 730 pjn., University of Inn.
107 NW 15th Terrace. 10th Avenue; 4 pjn., Lotus, Mrs. George
l\v' .= Florida Faculty Club, West' Chapter AP, PEO, 10:30: 10 ajn., Begonia, Mrs. .C. W.Fletcher; Newberry Road; Gainesville Garden Club In- Ever add finely chopped onIon

.w- Newberry Road. Alumnae a.m., Mrs., W. W. Little, H. Janes, Cowpen Lake; Gar 6 p.m., Mimosa, Mrs. Hil- stallation Luncheon, 12:15 vinegar and oil to diced !JiiWl /
r:'. =, Alpha Gamma Delta Mrs. Guy Fulton, 2245 NW 5th denia, Mrs. Graham Haile, '.ory T. Bevis, 2730 NW 39thAvenue ,p.m., Gainesville Golf and canned pimientos? Serve as
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J W\X: Club, Mrs. Clyde ,.
Place. 547 NE 4th Avenue; : ; Country a relish. ,
=:: 3506 NW 3rd Street _
University Women's Club 10:30: ajn., Chrysanthemum '
rte. Gainesville Bridge f Club, ,
T 7:30pjn., Recreation Center. Newcomers Bridge, 8 p. m., Mrs. James H. Smith, 1500 .

.- Gainesville Garden Club,' Clubhouse. NW 36th Way; Daisy, Holiday -
I m Board of Directors, 9:30 a.m., Old and New Boards, Inn; Dianthus, Mrs. H.. 1 When you care enough to send the very best 1 1 1'II \
Fine Arts Association, 8 B. Goodwin, 4104 NW 19th Pl.,
Community Room, Guaranty .
:Z Federal Savings and Loan. p.m., Mrs. Earl Killgore, 2200 Gloriosa, Mrs. J. Gib b s I $ :
I Building. NW 11th Avenue. Chesnut, 519 SW 21st Avenue Graduation 1
May Dinner Meeting, Jun- ; .
Luncheon, old and new executive I 1 '
ior Welfare League, 7 m., 11 a.m., Hibiscus, Holiday 1
Boards of Gainesville : the first milestone in the long and
preceeded by social hour Inn NEW t
Woman's Club, noon, Mrs.M. !
T. Hartman, hostess. at 6 p.m., Gainesville Golf 11:15 'a.m., Camellia, Mrs. challenging road to success. And remember Zenith Is first to bring you the advantages 10 of these tiny eir-
and Country Club. Maurice Boyd, 2236 NW 9th when you were graduating how of Monolithic circuitry made possible cults can fit in the
TUESDAY, May 26 by space age technology. Now (pace ef a safety
THURSDAY, '28Gainesville Place the card you
May ; you received from relatives, match head facto am-
can enjoy the benefits of more performance
Lutheran Women's Missionary Library Advi- Noon, Azalea, Holiday friends and neighbors helped make that ,-dependability, and extra features.Arcadia" prier electronic contains components 22
J League of First Lutheran available with "Tele.Touch" incl din(
R Church, 9:30 ajn., ParishHall. important occasion in your life an even feature. transistors._
& \ happier one? Then you can appreciate
Xi Phi, Chapter Beta Sigma what it will mean to the graduates you _
Phi Sorority, 6:30 pjn., Guaranty JJTcg2i8J know to receive your congratulations on : FREE

I Federal Building, Cover- [)3) i Hallmark cards cards with just the :
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pjn., Gainesville Public Li HEARING AID \
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I I1I] II Calendar Of 'EventsSUNDAY .1 da; Avenue; Gladiolus, Mrs. Tom- Open Pairs; 8 p.m., Open .

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of his portrait 3-30 Luncheon meeting, Mrs. Roy 8 p.m., Fellows Hall, FRIDAY, May 29 \
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; pjn., Alachua General Hospital Green and Mrs. L. E. Schoon- 740 SE 2nd Avenue, Gainesville Golf and Country Open \
( Cafeteria. maker, at the latter's home, Gainesville Garden Club Club; Gainesville Sectional Bridge Rutherford Pairs; 730; p. m., 1RM tS1S'O1Uizi'H\

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University City Bridge 9:45: ajn., Magnolia, Mrs.J. Julian H. McCranie, 716 NE t'
"'!tUniversity. City Bridge, Club 7:30: pjn.Weed Hall, M. McClamrock, 1951 NW 7th Street; ., Mixed Pairs, Holiday Inn.
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107 NW 15th Terrace. 10th Avenue; 4 pjn., Lotus, Mrs. GeorgeW
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Newberry Road. a.m., Mrs., W. W. Little, H. Janes, Cowpen Lake; Gar- 6 p.m,, Mimosa, Mrs Hil- stallation Luncheon, 12:15 vinegar and oil to diced
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-. Gainesville Bridge Club, University Women's Club 10:30: ajn., Chrysanthemum, '__t ::::: I tII'
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May Dinner Meeting, Jun .
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and Country Club. Maurice Boyd, 2236 NW 9th s- when you were graduating how tages of Monolithic circuitry made possible can fit in thespace
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THURSDAY, May"28Gainesville Place; the card'you received from relatives, match head Each ant
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May 24, 1954 Gainesville Sun SB 1

iI, Luncheon Attend Region Meet Tnomases To Be Honored .

I: II l Hither And Yon ; r LACROSSE-Mr. and Mrs.

r Bob Thomas, lifetime resi-
By RUTH WEIMER Honors dents of Alachua County will ;
celebrate their golden wedding Ir.
) One of the most beloved men in Gainesville will receive anniversary Sunday, May 31,
: birthday congratulations of friends of forty years in Gainesvilleand with an open house from 2
1:1 Alachua County today. : to 6 p.m. at their home near r:
The man is Dr. W. C. Thomas, who is celebrating'his seven- SeniorHonoring r LaCrosse. re
J ty-fourth birthday. Last month, he marked his 40th year as a e s
t practicing physician in Gainesville. i Mr. and Mrs. Thomas were
I This afternoon at 3:30: in the Alachua General'Hospital whichhas ,.{C married by Elder W.M. Moody
been his "second home" through the years, he and Mrs. Miss Cynthia Sabers = h i at the McCall home in
% Thomas are to be honored with a reception given by friends. ,_ who will be graduatedfrom tePXa I Suwannee County in 1914. < 3 '

,I No invitations have been issued to the affair. Everyone is P. K. Yonge High i +' I u Present at the open house y <
Invited to attend the Reception and a special ceremony when School in June, Mrs. J. Watt will be their children, Bishop if
a portrait: painted by Raymond ,Kinstler of New York will be Kirkpatrick and Mrs. William Thomas, W. M. Thomas, W

1 unveiled and presented to the hospital F. Moshier entertainedwith '.;." \:,:" .. WA Mrs. Frank Towers, :Mrs. ; f
l i -J Coming especially for the ""' .. ., luncheon Jesse Thomas,Bobby Thomas, L;
J ii, day are the Thomases daughter ;: ,1' y' a yesterday at 'c.<- James Waters and Miss Re-
''t Mrs. Lee Graham Jr of J/' the Gainesville Golf and Coun- becca Thomas. Their four- I_ '
\ Tallahassee, Reverend Gra- ? try Club. .' "' ; teen gradchildren will also be Air. and Mrs. Bo b Thomas
ham and their tb 'r } J'r :
J William Clarke children,Thomas Marian -- Corsages were presented to :: 'r present.Friends and relatives of
the honoree and her mother I
1 Graham, Lee Graham III, the couple are invited to
'( Jimmy, and Robert, all of Tal Mrs. Henry J. Babers Jr., and attend.

!} lahassee. w an electric clock 1 was given .
Miss Babers by the hostesses.
c Also attending the affair Meets
will be their son, Dr. W. C. Guests included Miss Ba- ?
lit ti r Thomas Jr., Mrs. Thomas Jr. bers, Mrs. Babers, Mrs. Hen- 3 ra The Lutheran Women's Missionary -
i 1 and their daughter, Mrs. ry Babers Sr., Mrs. Lee Eg- ..' League of First Lutheran -

,,1 I Virginia Alison, as well asa gert, Mrs. Zach Savage, Mrs. =--'_........,.,.".;.."::---: icvf-" r <<'>1i'.. =:w as i Church will meet Tues- THE STORE WITH MORE )
their children who live here: Vincent Luca, Mrs. Mary Attending the recent regional meeting of day at 9:30: a.m. at the Parish 6A N SVILLE SHOPPING CENTER
Sharon, Lyn, Clark and Val- 1302 '
will be MAIN STREETfor
I eria Thomas, and Grey Sandefer. stitute of Electrical and Electronics Hall. The program
Margaret the Jack Tar Harrison Hotel in Clearwater presented by Rev. Robert ,
\. Tom and John Alison. Miss Leslie Eggert, Miss Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Well, pictured above. Besalski.
I Ii; Sue Baker, Miss Helen Walk- dean emeritus of the College of Engineering Mrs. Adolpho Ramirez will
It t! Mrs. JWatfKirkpatrick is up, Miss Diane Luca, Miss University of Florida, is a regional be hostess during the social tliemoney
home ::
{ ; again from Alachua AL O'NEILL JR. Cheryl Savage, Miss Anne I.E.E.E. hour.
I General. Betty is taking life Sandefer, Miss Barbara John- I I 3
t slow and easy for a while daughter, Sally, and Ron- son, Miss Marteen Layfield,
)''I I after her second stay in the ald G. Hampton. The baby Miss Janis Loften, Miss Josephine Florida Union

I hospital. was born May 8. Bryant, Miss J a nice Exhibit Open ,'
\ Stone and Miss
Betsy McMil-
Tomorrow night if you can The Arnetts plan to return lan. Fine Arts Committee of
''r f. stay up to see the "Tonight mid-week to get ready for the the Florida Union presents a ,
r i'., Show," you won't be June 7 wedding of their son, look at the world of advertis-
Bill and Judy Tucker, daughter ing art in its May exhibit
r I One of Gainesville's most Cosmos Club en-
talented and charming daughters of the Woodson Tuckers of titled, "The Visual Craft of
o! Diahn Williams now of New Orleans, formerly of Picnic Set William Golden."
New York City, will be a Gainesville. The show, now on display in w
guest artist. the Union's North Wing Gal- 4z
Cosmos Club will have a Pofahl! School of Dance Arts
( Diahn, who has been invited Al O'Neill son of the Clar- picnic at the Swan Lake lery, consists of advertise-
I I to appear on the show by ence O'Neills, has received a home of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon ments, brochures and books Auditions for Fall Gloss Place-
"'I Johnny Carson for the sixth distinct honor at Harvard Uni- Schafer Wednesday at 10 the late art director of the
the Studio
ment at
time, can be seen on television versity, Al, who is listed on a.m. Columbia Broadcasting Com
t Channels 2 and 12. The the college rolls as A I beet pany. This exhibit is circulated -
talented actress' mother, Clarence O'Neill Jr., has been Members are asked to by the American Instituteof F Tuesday and Thursday,
I\ Mrs. Osborne Williams, will elected Executive Editor of meet at the home of Mr. and Graphic Arts.
view the show from Sarasota, the Harvard Law Review of Mrs. W. M. Rogers before The public is invited to May 26, 28. 2:30-4::30 ,427&&aA1/
Ii. where she and Mrs. Thomas the Law School. He is to serve driving to the Schafer home. jew the display. _
1 Snow are visiting the latter's until February, 1965.
Ill ttl
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,I Letchworth and Dr. Letch- Now a second year studentin
worth. law, Al received, his BA
I They went particularly to degree with high honors from for you who have never known real comfort
,r f? celebrate the third birthday the UF in 1962. He expects to .i
I 1 of Mary Belle's granddaughter come home for a short time in 1T:1r :
Karen Letchworth, who June and then go to Manhattan *
r f is Maxine's godchild. where he will work in the
f offices of the law firm Davis maiaentomcreates
1 Dr. and Mrs. William T. Polk, Wardell, Sunder-
J Arnett are in Lexington, Ky., land and Kiendl, for two
& welcoming their first grand- months.

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Camp juice concentrate, bowl; spoon in sherbet and
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I{o Gainesville Girl Scouts are ai'4 in honor of a group of high Yi cup sugar are followed, the mixture
nod:registering for their I._d I x tx school graduates or it's a 1 quart: ,lime sherbet should flat curdle.

I fourth annual Day Camp, xt z shower for a bride. .
I .which will be held this year Our nomination is a delight- t

at 'tffie Sunland Recreation rM ,- r ?4s ryy:< x w s fully refreshing fruit juice- STAG 'N DRAG
Park at Newnan's Lake. % and-milk float with sherbet

The camp will be in session ,s1c Pastel colors make the following .
daily from Monday, June 2, recipe so attractive. MAYCLEARANCE .. COLLEGEWARD OR -.

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which the lime sherbet
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special invitation is extended <"" ... J 'l i; 'n''i JP:: 'T' ""'''''''''' ''''''''-:-:>;:'Y--'':'''':'''': ':>' you
to first-grade girls who areinterested Peering through the entranceway the Gainesville High School Gym, like to go traditional and 32,the most complete light
in Brownie which was transformed into a scene In' New Orleans for the,Junior Senior serve what used to be called weight portable typewriter.Or .

troops upon entering joining the second Dance are left to right, Pudgy Gay,.Bu ddy Fagan and Lee Summerlin. The "tea-size" sandwiches. WOMEN'S thrill him or her with a-. ..:

:grade. boys, all seniors, were among the goes ts at the annual party given by the These small sandwichesmay STUDIO standard"44 with,the the"compact features
: Juniors honoring the Class of '64 last Friday. A :Mardi Gras theme was featured be in roll, pinwheel, fin- DRESSES.X600

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$17.98 lower than you'd prpeetl
;. assisted by the following Girl liked fillings: chicken or: ,
r.. Scout adults: Pen Pal ham (or a combination of the .
two) and cheese mixtures.We ONE GROUPBLOUSES
I Mrs. Frank J. Lukoskl, ,
suggest that the fillingbe
I camp nurse; Mrs. Led" "Bes NEW YORK, N. Y..- Everybody 1 the oft-quoted lute "a rose, hower, this Iniernation 'Ten- chopped rather than slicedso \
Edward Irwin
sette Mrs. ,
; likes to get letters. j ii[ -a, rose;is .a rose."? friend Project" has a particular the sandwiches will' stay '
Charles Mrs.
David Afro Powers, Mrs. Charles Granted, it takes writing one History. gives us scores of goal:, to establish correspondence together and be easy to han \\
to but novelist ThomJ i famous let t erVriters million
get one, : among a or
Quarles, Mrs. Carter Seymour dle.Petits
H r Mrs. Jack Toombs, as Mann dIdn' mind the effort i Shakespeare and the Earl of more people scattered fours the
Mrs. James K. White, Mrs. He felt ,any, word preserved J Southampton, for instance. throughout the world. Thus French name for fancy small \eg. $199
Cuneyt, Yozgat and Mrs. contact and wrote to .'Lord Chesterfield with all the their slogan! "Peace Through cakes-will make a sweet '
Jackson Lewis. practically everybody. advice to his son. Understanding Through party ending. You can make $798ONE .a

Look at George Bernard And it's said that English Writing." your own petits fours by bakt t
:: Daily Program Shaw. He carried on most of philosopher Thomas de Quin- Visitors to the Parker Pavil- ing white or yellow
Campers from 7 to 17 will his famous love affairs by cey changed the course of ion will fill out a registrationform (from scratch or a mix) in GROUP 1
'I' meet together in small groups a jelly-roll Then the cake GLEN OF MICHIGAN
mail. Mrs. Patrick Campbell, American thought by his exchange listing name, address,
i to..spend the day outofdoors.Girls who created the role of Elizain of letters with Oliver sex, age, and primary inter- may be cut into squares or ,
will follow a program of "Pygamalion," received his Wendell Holmes. diamonds, or other fancy SWIML
hiking, exploring, cooking-out tr ests.The shapes, and be frosted and
letters They in-
regularly. One of the most glamorouspen ( subjects range from
singing and crafts.A structed the actress on how pal arrangements of mod cooking to history, and includeart garnished. / 3 ,
-A small fee will be chargedto
Tiny puffs with
include milk a cook out, to make her exits and en- ern times took place between appreciation, religion and sweet fillings,, are another savory of-or SUITS OFF R
trances in life as well as
Ernest Hemingway and Mar- magic.)
and craft
insurance, program fering that is always popular.
'1 on the stage. lene Dietrich. The famous au- Completed form is fed into
supplies. These be
concocted from
In later years, Mrs. Camp- thor referred to Miss DIe- the computer which then may ONE GROUP HARBURTSKIRTS
small additional fee, bell famous for her matches it with the data of cream puff paste.
1 For a was trich, fondly, as "The Kraut, a To make the mInia-
bus transportation will be provided brusque replies again, pre- and his letters to her were person overseas. Next the ma- ture size, use rounded puffs tea; 5 C OO
to and from Westwood the written ad- chine the and ad-
sumably, upon filled with advice on how to prints name of the batter and
Junior High School and Sid- vice of the remarkable, and be a woman advice many dress of the foreign corre- them spoons at least an inch, aparton drop &

ney Lanier Elementary School testy, Mr. Shaw. people thought somewhat spondent on a special over- greased baking sheets. REG. TO $11.98

f for"the campers. be Picasso and Gertrude Stein superfluous. seas postcard. Bake the small puffs in a hot L & L MEN; SHOP
Further may were another famous pair of Presto: two perfectly suited ((400 degrees) oven for 25 to j.l
obtained from Mrs. George C. letter writers.Interesting1y There's no way of count- pen pals find each other in .tCorrpkti
Jones at the Gainesville Girl enough, it was Ing the number of non-famous seconds. Stag 'n

Scout Office. during the painter's "Blue letter writers who have cre- The Parker Pavilion even Sandy Craft Drag Off 11' oaflinln .
Registration for the day Period" that he became depressed ated and maintained friend- provides built in desk units .
will close June 1. 13 W. Univ. Ave. FR 6-5611
camp about his work. Miss Honored With
ships via the mail But the where visitors can sit and !

Stein saw one of his paintingsin fact that they do exist is write the first letter directly Bridal Shower Free Parking on 1st Federal Lot 601 W. UNIVER. AVE.
a Paris cafe, liked it, and shown by that interesting phe- from the Fair. Ph. FR 2-2555

If a minimum amount of dropped the young artist a nomenon the Pen Pal Club Though all Penfriends will Complimenting Miss Sandy

1 water is used in simmering note. For years these clubs have be matched scientifically, Craft, bride-elect of Walter

1 I veal, you'll have a stock that Thus began an exchange of flourished throughout the there is still, of course, the Scott, a bridal shower was
will jelly and be extra flavor- letters and a friendship that U. S. and other counties. element of suspense. Who will given recently by Mrs. Hen-

some. The hot stock may be lasted over 40 years. Now the biggest Pen Pal the Penfriend be? A dignitaryfrom ry Hickley and Mrs. Robert

poured over the sliced meat According to mutual friendsit project in all history has its Malaya? A philosophy Sommer when 30 guests were J fabricclearance'
. 1 and refrigerated until it is was Miss Stein who enCour- headquarters at the New York student from Greece? Maybea enterained at the Hinckley

set. Serve the jellied veal with aged Picasso to turn toward World's Fair centering around housewife from India home. ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY ,

a salad for a Sunday night abstract art And who knows the Parker Pen Pavilion.A or a teacher from Curcao? .
i buffet. Picasso may hate inspired collection of letters written There's even the chance Floral arrangements' following

.II II --- 111111. by famous people will be your exchange of letters could a lavendar and white col-
or theme decorated the refreshment
on display there. But the big become a "famous corre- table. I

.., attraction is an electronic spondence." ,
Corsages were presented to
computer that scientificallysorts If won't be going to the
you the bride-to-be, her mother, t \
and matches the names Fair this summer or next, you Mrs. Clayton Minier, and i + oCRO .f'',
GhJW fd ? and interests of willing pen can'still join the letter-writing Mrs. W. H. Scott, motherof OM OU -.' ,- \
pals from all over the world. movement. Write to The Par- the bridegroom-elect ON

Sponsored in cooperationwith ker Pen Company, Janesville, The wedding of Miss Craft BIG SPECIALLY
r / BY the People to-People Wis., for information and and Mr. Scott will take place NEW ASSORTMENTS!

$ \\J\\ / Program, headed by former registration forms-and a June 6 at the University Luth- pN.I t.
\ OSEPHINE -President- Dwight D. Eisen- Penfriend of your own. eran Church. SUC ER SGS

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Analyze Vacation Plans 1ODAYFREE r p

) With Great CareYou [ w TRIAL e

"You_ aught as wen SUCK or course urn amount_ of_ i SUMMER 'N ,.
:, jour head in a lion's mouth money you want to spend win M6.ll w '4
as dash forth on a vacation play a part in this choice. LATER BUYS! 44c

without first considering It However, personal reactions :Y.d... ce'-t
I should enter into the decision. Cotton, blend* in on array of weaves %
Some folks love driving hun- gingham check, 4.lIiMI. sporty ,
: may love the mountains look, chambrays, wash *n wear, manyon!
but feel breathless and dreds of miles a day while PLAYTEXSoftline many more! Solids, print to choose y yard ihem.
others are worn out after a / I
f tired when the
chronically couple of days of this. Some
altitude is higher than 6000
dislike flying while others
: feet. You love to
may camp want to get to the vacation SPORT 'N
and tramp in the woods but
, I suffer from poison ivy if you spot _as soon_as possible.Too t PADDED BRA DRESS SPECIALS c = '
come within a foot of the Much Strata ; 66

I stuff. You may like the tour- Too x love it. Writ! behave cotton end blends that / ,
often a vacation you ,. .
ing kind of vacation, stopping placesa $ adapt perfectly to avery-occasie wearing
..t only' one or two nights at a financiaVemotional and physical : bock/ Combed broadcloths, satins, texture .J
time, but this may turn your strain on. the .vacation ; or your money you name it, we have what you
wont on yard
children into little monsters. ists.: They returnhome'4ex tr : -
i hausted, with tempers short y
In other words, what may and a feeling that it wasn't kS

1 look wonderful in a ,travel worth it. FASHIONFABRIC c r!,
catalogue or sound great in a
.t friend's letter, may not be Do you need the emotionaland may. SAVINGS! ,
for It seemsto me that intellectual stimuli of
.1_ preferences in the selection of meeting many new people Cream of the crop famous mill, s
and seeing new pattern, hand screened print i *, newest' )
,t a"vacUon are as individual as places'or do texture, combed and pint cottons, lets lc ,
I fingerprints. This depends on you need the physical rest morel Color. to ,H... i. designer prints, .
''f temperament, personal inter which comtjLfrom..having no .olid*. only yard
ests and tastes and the kind deadlinesto meet, not even -i
ct life you leadChange those which' a trip demands? -
r r !
of Pace The correct answer to this new soft' cap slt1"f soft!
question Is important to you. ism '
machine; waShable
There is no doubt that a Some 'years a trip, is indicated ti !
I change of pace should be apart and some years it is \1 mod* witW rubber ti
t I of every vacation.: It is better to remain at home. .
j about as restful for a woman You don't risk a peonyBuy the !
new '
who has been cooking there If you decide to go camping :-
It meals a day for many years you may want to have my .; Playtex Soft-li ne Podded bra and fob ; 4

i:t the same on a vacation, leaflet "Tricks III'Camping." fen fuR days to discover why women '
'I' only without the usual conveniences If so, send a stamped, self- : r. an i r
addressed with over America are foiling in love wffft it. _- .
I she has at home, your .11 One
request for leaflet number 69 x reason is that the are soft-
as:for a bus driver to take along cups
bus trip. to Josephine Lowman In care, and stay soft through countless machine And remember. .
of The Gainesville Sun. PENNEY'S IS YOUR ONE- STOP SEWING CENTER with the say' -est'
Here are a few things to washings. The secret? The cups are prices around on everything from fashivn, patterns to sewing notions!
consider: mode without rubber COMPARE THESE: BUYS. .... STILL NLY_ 13c AT PENNEY'S!
__,..P r Wash it again end Coots ..d Clark Thread Seam Binding
1.'I new Do you things want and to see new as places many Too much curry powder ,._ again... ups stay soft-never crumble Bias Top __ Rick (Hack sI .'4...

and added to a sauce for curried harden or lose their shape If don't love
I take in as much territory you
a&.possible or do you wish meat, poultry or seafood a,aJUa.w- fhe new Playtex Soft-fine Padded bra. 1.V

to;settle down in one lovely sometimes produces a grit- send It to PJaytex with the sales
and the of the ty texture in the slip
spot_ get feeling sauce. Add Foundations
place and the peopletWill less curry powder 'and if you far a full refund. White 32A to 36B $3.95 ., ... f. ... ." 7f '' '". ; '
*; you go, by plane, car, want the,sauce hot, add cay- .-2nd Floor 0-,. ; J'f ...
.. .
bus,, train or boat. enne or tabasco sauce. --.! ---- ----- .. ,,"" -.


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r. ", "y..nur th, iiwr ( ....i1i.e Sun id .
Lioness Club'Rummage -'--' ......
Unusual Easter
I Garden Lily SaleIs

.. .N """"" ., ..._...... ._ ........,. 'T.TT ...," SaturdayA
,.:. ..:..c. -H'T :
/ f ; <.: ';, rummage sale is scheduled
i Notes
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( j > i Feed Saturday Store Lot at by the the Birdsey Gainesville -

: 2jr Lioness club.
I II Another active year of Garden Club is drawing to a close.'I' it } ; Rummage will be marked flL .
j at 8 when the
One final meeting on Thursday remains for all the ''''''' ;;, "' Tuesday p.m.
"" : > club meets at the home of
Circles. of these :'
i Many meetings will include the installation 1
Mrs. Gerald Home.
I'I' of new officers. v T.9k .'k'
1028 N. STREET
Members of the Lions Club
\ On the .y.
Friday, Gainesville Garden Club will have its in-
who wish to contribute cloth- SUNDAY STORE HOURS
stallation of officers at a Spring Luncheon. This is to be held ,
t, at the Gainesville Golf and Country Club at 12:15 p.m. All <; l ing or household articles for OPEN 10 A.M. CLOSE 8 P.M.
t reservations are to be made with Mrs. Fred H. Winston of the sale are requested to deliver GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER

I Magnolia Circle or Mrs. E. VV. Hale of Palm Circle by Mon ... .':. them to Mrs Home'shome
; ;
i 2126 NW Sixth Street.
Yo< >
day.Members I
'are'urged to attend the Florida Wilderness Photo ,{-> t McCOLLUM 1124 W. UNIVERSITY

r Contest, on display through May 30. at the Florida Museum. CG1Liw; c l 01
,l EXECUTIVE BOARD: Garden Richardson, Evinston, Fla., .k gt !
II Club Executive Board at noon for a covered-dish }(aftu.1.t\o.bu! 13th PHARMACY, 1522 N. W. 13th ST.
I f"f I members .will hold their May luncheon. Officers will be in-
1 meeting tomorrow at 9:30 stalled at the time. Co-host- f I
"What Kind Of
t a.m. in the Community Room esses are Mrs. W. L. Lowry RESERVED'TO LIMIT QUANTITIES
\k: of the Guaranty Federal Sav- and Mrs. A. L. McCullars. Mattress Shall

ings and Loan Building. All FOUNDERS I I Buy?"
Circle Chairmen are' requested Founders will hold their In- When a customer
ed to bring: their new incoming stallation Luncheon at 12:45 comes in GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER
; Chairmen as guests.New p.m. at the Gainesville Golf I our store and
Ii tt Chairmen please try and De and Country Club. Hostesseswill V x al: : i\old asks question the i age-. COUNTRY FRIEDSTEAK

'1- with us even tho your now- be Mrs. F. N. Rhines, /What kind of
V? Chairman may not be attend- ,Mrs. Joseph Conyers Mrs. mattress shallliM. I
?n( ing.) Kathryn P a r d e e, and Mrs. ...:W ., buy?", I em
J obliged to answer -
I To all of you, from this John Kronsbein. The incoming This striking Easter Lily is the pride of Mrs. E. L. Cake, whose neighborsand her with
writer, have a happy summer officers, who will be in- i another question
I garden club circle members have never seen one to match. The lily has had a : Errcesdnuice Whipped Potatoes
.; and see you in September. stalled by Mrs. Chris Matheson "What
record number of 17 blooms. Average number of blooms for a lily is five or kind of mat-
Circles will meet Thursday are Mrs. Charles Ham- do O Rolls & Butter
I six. Bob Oakley tress you
t as follows: mon, chairman; Mrs. John find most comfortable?" Coffee or Tea 99'wmam
,,, Coker, first vice chairman Many people ore particularly Fruit Jello
AMARYLLIS Mrs. J. F. Rousseau, second perplexed these days because -
I Meeting time for nolia Circle. The will read advertise-
'Amaryllis vice chairman, Mrs. D. D. meeting they
Circle will be at 2:30 p.m. and be held at the home of Mrs.J. Statewide CookOffFor ments singing the praises of
f r! at the home of Mrs. Julian McGruie R. G. Blake secretary, treasurer., Mrs.The M. McClamroch, 1951 NW both and foam innerspring rubber mattresses mattresses Covers Front Floor Door to Door!

t I t H. McCranie 716 NE 7th will be 10th Avenue at 9:45 a.m. Mrs.T. and they 'wonder which is .
new officers presented
:i' r Street. Serving as cohostesses made E. Duncan and Mrs. really best.
!s will be Mrs. A. A. Bless corsages designed and Charles K. will be We always urge our cus-
: Brown. Epps co- Beef I ICONTOUR
by Mrs. Alice Clapp RecipesHurry tomers to lie down and try
;'If and Mrs. L. L. Bohannon. .GARDENIA hostesses. the many different types of
1 j' Mrs. G. G. Kirkpatrick willII mattresses in our bedding department -
Gardenia Circle will meetat MIMOSAFor
speak on "Propagation Air hurry hurry! K cook-off for cash because
you big prizes.
10 ajn. at the home of really no other 'way to
layering" Grafting and Rooting Mrs. Graham Haile, 547 NE its last meeting of the haven't sent your entry for The statewide cook-off will mine the comfort.
A member of the Glo- 4th Avenue. Co-hostesses will year, Mimosa Circle will the Gainesville Sun Beef Re- be conducted by the home eco- Too many people buy a
II riosa Circle, Mrs. Kirkpatrickis have covered-dish Contest still havea nomist mattress because of the pret-
I R. C. Sanders Jr. a supperat cipe you staff at Tampa Elec-
be Mrs. ticking or the low price choice of Colors
show judge specializing in Mrs. David Coffrin, and Mrs. the home of Mrs. HiloryT. little time. All entries must tric Leisure House, Tampa. but you spend about one- $.2..49 VALUE
horticulture. Howard Hall. Bevis, 2730 NW 39th Ave- be postmarked on or before Entries are pouring in, so third of your life in a bed.
; AZALEA Each member will bring nue. Co-hostesses will be Mrs.J. May 29 to be eligible. if you haven't sent yours in and on investment in com- AUTOMAT
1. while drinks D. Preston and Mrs. Mil- Judging of the local contest yet, get it in the mail soon. fort is a great importance to
i May meeting of the Azalea her own lunch your 'well being. $199
Circle will be a luncheon and dessert will be furnishedby dred R. Wanninger. The timeis will take place during Here's all you have to do to I suppose 'when all is said
6 June 1 to June 4 and winnersof enter and that the old
, p.m. : done adage
meeting at noon at the Holi the hostesses. Swimmingwill
and cash "you get what you pay for"applies
the $20, $10 $5
day Inn with Mrs. Donald be enjoyed after the busi
ROSE awards will be notified Just pick out your favor to bedding as it doesto
I t. Butterworth and Mrs. Reid ness meeting. soon ite beef recipe from everything else. And there
recipe -
GERANIUM Rose will have its meetingat after that. your are no bargain short-cuts to FINEST
McKenzie as hostesses. The file. Then, mail it in with QUALITY RUBBER!
i program will include installation Annual covered dish supperof 12:30 pm. at the home of The Beef Recipe Contest is your name and address to a good Visit night's our bedding sleep. depart-
'l of officers for next year. the Geranium Circle will Mrs. John Van Dyke Saun- an annual affair, cosponsoredeach Beef Recipe Contest ment and our salesmen 'will BBBBBBBBB1
BEGONIA be held at 6:30: p.m. at the ders, 108 NW 22nd Drive, with year by this paper and of the Gainesville Sun. You make a sincere effort to find 5 COUPON ? flffJPy
l'; May meeting of the Begonia home of Mrs. W. H. Pierson Mrs. Ronald Cowden and the Florida Beef Council. The the mattress which gives you
win much
:j Circle will be held at 10 a.m.f. 1831 NW Tenth Avenue. As- Mrs. Walter Probert as co- Council is a committee of the can as as $120. the like most a firm comfort soft whether or medium you 8 QUART- FOAM INSULATED

f. at the home of Mrs. C. H. sisting Mrs. Pierson will be hostesses. This will be a cov- Florida Cattlemen's Associa- Winners last year in the mattress; whether you prefer ICE CHEST
: t Janes on Cowpen Lake with Mrs. Robert West and Mrs. ered-dish luncheon and will tion and is charged with the Gainesville Sun Florida Beef innerspring or foam rubber.

{, installation of officers scbedi Earl Vel Dink. be followed by the installa- responsibility of promotingthe Contest were Mrs. Orlo Shultz, Home Beautiful the largest is presently mattress 1.19 Value!
uled. A covered-dish luncheon GLADIOLUS tion of the officers. for the sale of Florida Beef. for Citrus Beef Roast; Mrs. running sale in the history of-
i will follow a brief business Gladiolus Circle will enter- coming year. Winners of local contest will Evah Evans for RoundsteakBeef our store. Come in and take COUPON 88e
I meeting. Following the tain their husbands with a be entered in big statewide Casserole, and Mrs. GuyC. advantage bargains. of these terrific DISCOUNT PRICE.........
j w luncheon a "White Elephant" supper at the home of Mrs. Art Omer for Spice Island
I sale will be held. Tommy Ridgell 1715 NW 16th GroupWill Meatballs.

f, CAMELLIA"The Avenue at 6:30: p.m. There Hither Newspapers participating in COUPON 22522222
Singing Marshes" is will also be installation of i Meet the 1964 Beef Contest will be

. } the title of the,program to be officers.GLORIOSA the Gainesville Sun, the Flor- KING-SIZE
given by Charles Trost, ornithologist TuesdayThe (Continued from Page 58)) ida Times Union, the Tampa 6 PACK "COKE"

1 at the 11:15 a.m. Gloriosa will have its an- Gainesville Woman's Counting the days until she Tribune Miami Herald, Pen- i
meeting of the Camellia Circle nual picnic at 10:30 ajn. at Club Art Group will meet at sails for home is hen Diet- sacola News-Journal, Orlando -UI
t at the home of Mrs. Mau- the home of Mrs. J. Gibbs 9:30: a.m. Tuesday at the trich, who will visit her fam- Sentinel, Tallahassee Dem COUPON

rice Boyd, 2236 NW 9th Place. Chesnut, 519 SW 21st Avenue. Swan Lake home of Mrs. ily in Hungary this summer ocrat, Jackson County Flori- DISCOUNT PRICE .......... 35'
I'' A sandwich luncheon will follow Mrs. Frank Maloney, Mrs. J. Lynn for the first time in 26 years. dian, Fort Pierce News Tri
TenEyck. plus depesifCOUPON
'1 the meeting. Assisting Wayne Conner, Mrs. L. W. She. has finally completed all bune, and the St. Petersburg '
hostesses are to be Mrs. F. Mims, and Mrs. Kenneth L. Members are requested to the requirements to visit in Times. 'I

f G. Bennett and Mrs. P. A. Black will assist Mrs. Ches- bring a sketch pad and a Budapest and will leave I rmxxxx? 2

\ Smysor.CARNATION nut with the arrangementsfor sandwich. The sketch classesare Gainesville June 1. ,
this event. After the menuis being held so that an ac- Her piano classes are being I LIGGETT '

Carnation Circle will meetat planned, the telephone tive group will be organizedand discontinued for the summer, ICE CREAM
the home of Mrs. E. W. committee will contact each pictures are for the fall and Iren is getting her housein G&iG
Johnson, 2803 .NE 11th Ter- ., member to tell her what itemof opening of the club. order to rent this sum-
race at 8 p.m. "Search for food to bring. mer and packing bags. In !/2 GALLON
Tomorrow" is- the theme for All former members of Gainesville's artists will COUPON
New York City, she will have [ 49C
the?meeting this month.In Gloriosa have been invitedto instruct the group in the fall. dinner with Mrs. Curtis Wil- DISCOUNT PRICE.........
addition to the Installation attend this end of the year Directions to Mrs. Te n- gus, who will have the thrillof
of officers for.the coming social meeting. Eyck's home can be obtained seeing her off on the new GLOVES PURSES LINGERIE

year, Dr. H. N. Miller will HIBISCUSThe by calling Mrs. TenEyckor SS Bremen at the stroke of COUPON
speak on the planting and Hibiscus Circle will Mrs. John E. Wood. midnight June 2. COSTUME JEWELRY BLOUSES LADIES'

l i care of house ,plants. meet for a Mad Hatters lunch- V-TYPE
," Assisting:,Mrs. Johnson for eon at 11 ajn. at the HolidayInn ..SLPPER! -STTUS HOSIERY HANKIES THONG SANDALS
:' the evening will be cohostesses Restaurant. Hostesses for InstallatioListed DinnerSisterhood
,. Mrs. J. E. Stacey and the meeting will be Mrs. R. n :JAil( Beautifully Selected) 35e VALUE

Mrs.Wm. M. Jones.CHRYSANTHEMUM. E. Choate, Mrs. W. F. Fagen .

MayLuncheon meeting of There will be a judging of DISCOUNT PRICE.........
the Chrysanthemum Circle hats and installation of new B'nai Israel Sisterhood will
recording secretary and Mrs.
will begin at 10:30 with instal- officers following the busi- hold their annual installation Fred Buns treasurer. J A N 1II1 ml:: IIIR'J
lation of officers. Bring your ness meeting. .
at the Jewish Center Reservations 23 ---- COUPON
should be
covered dish hostess-
favorite LOTUS r------
es. will furnish the rolls and Mrs. C. I. Hood, program Thursday at 7 p.m. made by contacting Mrs. Rich- 7 W University Ave Use Central Charge ALL POPULAR SIZES COUPON

drinks."if you wish an early chairman, will discuss plans Mrs. M. I. Rudderman out- ard Dresdner or Mrs. Alvin

swim, come at 9:30 otherwise for next year at the Lotus going president, will report on Bobroff. VACUUMCLEANER DISCOUNT

plan,to stay for a swim after Circle meeting to be held at the activities of the past PRICE
lunch. This last meeting oi f: the home of Mrs. George W. year. '

the';year: will be at the home Fletcher, Newberry Road, at -

f of Mrs. James H. Smith, 1500 4 pjn. Mrs. H. E. Cannon Sr., Dr. Aaron Anton will .o.c. _;,w., FROMYour 49C =
NW 36th Way. Cohostessesare and Mrs. Leroy Richardsonwill be master of ceremonies, and ,.., BAGS
If JJrs.: B. B. Brown and serve as cohostesseswith Rabbi Simeon Kobrinetz will -

,I'I Mrs. Glenn J. Hoffman. Mrs. Fletcher for the install new officers who are:

DAISY *covered- h supper to be Mrs. Bernard Datz, presi- CONGlWlUnONS JJ 's. K COUPON t2SSSS>
Daisy members win have held at 5 pjn. dent; Mrs. Jerome Burko,
thfcir'lastmeeting and Installation MAGNOLIAMrs. first vice president; Mrs. BLACK & WHITE

Luncheon at 10:30 a.m. Ruth W. Sinclair and Sheldon Grossman, second 127-620-120
at Holiday Inn. Mrs. Robert Reed-Hill will vice president; Mrs. Arthur LIASSo1.11! WEATHER"

The'installation will be conduct a Silent Auction in Servos corresponding sec : 35c VALUE
conducted by Mrs. H. E. Be- lieu of a program for Mag- retary; Mrs. Herman Blum 7 .
Committee chairmen I COUPONDISCOUNT
dell. -- ; 23e

f will give their reports for the U.f M -Ir[ : .... House Of PRICE......... .
fL q
I 1963-64 club season. Hostessesare .. .... '
Mrs. J. M. McCown, Mrs. 1

D. S. Fagan, and Mrs. Tom M YIf1 1MIF GRADUAtiON'GIFTS ZZZS COUPON sssns [
Hutson. For reservations i

II please contact Mrs. J. M. Met ,.. DON'T FOLDING. ALUMINUM
Evan Pieoni' Lady Manhattan,
t :
1w Y
Uf a buy that new refrigerator l1ClYf tfl fH CHAISE LOUNGE !
i DAYLILY !1 ...-. .LwM.u.a Lady Van Heusen Century Coseob
I Daylily Circle will have an WT1tf1 UNTIL you see the -.fa 1 naM
Carol Value! i
I Installation luncheon at the Fred Craig .

home of Mrs. C. A. Pound DRESSES. Stacy Amu, Mancini 'COUPON wJbf" ;"'*.* **$599 !f!

f Jr. at 12:30. Co-hostesses will ICE MAKER DISCOUNT PRICE?!?.....
be Mrs. Ralph lodgett, Mrs. $ LINGERIE Rogers &ShadowHne I i
t Paul Jordon, Mrs. Jess Davis

F and Mrs.DIANTHUS Walter Williams. ; at work at .r HOSE JEWELRY, COSMETICS '. 2222 COUPON 233223?=* I i

Dianthus-Circle will have a 'COUPON .
covered dish luncheon at the The Variety Store M L FORMALS SWIMWEAR HUU DISCOUNT -

home of Mrs. H. B. Goodwin
PRICES from $268.88 ,
a.m. Mrs. Clarence Rogers + I
and Mrs. C. J. Workinger are SIZES from 12 Cu. Ft. /_ SPECIALTY SHOP : TISSUES 19C
assisting Mrs. Goodwin as
hostesses. There will be installation 311 N.W. 13th St. I I
of j new 'officers.DOGWOOD .- OS Ntii c u y N a Jj S I
Ph. FR 2.1581
Dogwood Circle will meet Coupons Good thru May 26,1964f t

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&:8 Gainesville Sun Sunday May 24. 1964

... j:IT Directory of Services for G'ville Area Churches. '1 1\\, I

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'N 0: e GAINESVILLE CHURCHES Eastside Baptist Church, 1501E. 4039 'Newberry Road, services'a.m." morning prayer at 11: Faith Methodist Church. Howard services at 10:45 a.m. and 7:30 Sunday school and services'vices at H am., and t p.m."r

v' ." : -;, Advent Churches Univ. Ave., services. at 11 ;at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. ajn. First Sunday, Holy Com Bishop Jr. High Cafetorlum p.m. both at 11 ajn.AREA Methodist

r : Advent Christian Church, 617 ajn. and 7:30 p.m. munion at 11 a.m. 1901 NE 9th St, service CHURCHES Alachua Methodist, SE 1st
NE CatholicSL Holy Trinity 116 NE 1st St. at 11 a.m. PresbyterianFirst St., service at 11 a.m.
; 1st st., services at, 11 a.m. Baptist
: Faith Independent Baptist Holy Communion at 8 a.m. First Methodist 419 NE 1st Presbyterian Church,
' Archer Melrose Methodist, services at
and 7:30 1738 Baptist Church,
pmUmbarger Church NW 31st Ave. at 7th Augustine Chapel 300 SW 2nd Ave.. services at 11 serve
morning at 9:30 and 1L St, services at 8:45 and 11 '
prayer ices 11.a.II1and. 7:30 .
Memorial Advent W. Univ. Ave., Sunday masses at 11 am. and 8 p.m. pjn.
and and 7:30
services at a m
r Hrsi Sunday Holy Communionat a.m. Fellowship at 5:30, ser- p.m.
Christian, 19th Sl at 45th Ave., .at 9:30 and 11 a.m. and ,12 Grace Etiam Baptist Church, Melrose Orange Creek Methodist, US.30L t
7:30 pm.F"ust 9:30 and 1L at 7 Presbyterian Chords
; : Services at 11 ajn. and 7:30 'noon, daily mass Man. through 8, ice pjn. worship services at 11 north of:Hawthorne,serviceat
t"t pjn. :Baptist, 425 W. Univ. :Fri. at 6:30 and 11:15 am. Sat St. Michael's, 2180 Milhopper Trinity Methodist Church 3148 NW 13th St, service. at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. I 9:30 a.m.Newberry.

t : '."'; Alliance Churches Ave., services at 11 a.m. and:at 9 a.m. Confession Tues. and Road, Holy Communion at' 8:30 3536 NW 8th Ave.. services at a.m.Highlands I First Baptist Church of Mir: Methodist servicesat

..... First Alliance 11 ajn. worship 7;:30 p.m.Forest 1Th rs. at 7 p.m., and FrL at a.m.; family service at 9:30; 11 a.m. and. 7:30 p.m. Presbyterian Church -:'anopy services at 11 a.m, and;at arm and'l:3O p.m.
at 11 Methodist 1001 NE 16th Ave., servicesat
morning prayer a.m. on Wesley Community Church
at Jr. 1901 Park 1624 5 pjn, 7:30 pjn.WDlistott. I Williston Methodist I
Bishop High Baptist
I : 1st and 3rd Sundays, Holy Com- Church, 825 NW 23rd Blvd., 11 ajn. and 7:30 p.m.ICanapahaPresbyterI. I ,
t NE 9th St., 7:30 pjn. service at NTT 5th Ave., services at 11 I SL Patrick's Church 704 NE Baptist Church, ser* services at U a.m. and.8 p.m.
munion on 2nd and 4th Sundays. services at 11 ajn. and 7:30 .
,. 637- SE 1st Ave. am. and 7:45 pjn. !1st St.,, masses at 6, 7:30, 9, p.m ,an Church Archer Road past
: Gainesville Primitive Baptist 10:30 a.m. and 12 noon. Holiness :Medical BRIDES-TO-BE 1
: *n : I Wesley Foundation and University Center service at 11 ,
of God
\ Assembly SW 34th St. at Archer
\ Church, 43rhtianFirst Eliam Pentecostal, SW Ar Methodist Church, 132(1( am.
"First =;
Assembly ot God, Wal
: Frank N. Anderson
Road service at 11
4 do Road, services at 11 a.m. : a.m. Church SW cher Rd., services at 11 a.m. W. Univ. Ave., services at 8:45 Quakers )
North Central Baptist Christian I
: his
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and 7:30 11 announces
: and 7:30 p.m. Church 404 NW 14th Ave., services 2nd Ave. at 8th St., service at pjn.University Religious Society of Friends,
: 4" Baptist at 8:30 and 11 a.m., and 11 a.m. Pentecostal Holiness Mormon 1921 NW 2nd Ave., service at .' "WEDDINGPACKAGE .
Church, Odd Fellows temple

:Calvary: Baptist Church, 2500 7:30 pjn. West Side Christia.1 Church, at 740 SE 2nd Ave., serv- Church df Jesus Christ of Latter 11 a.m.UnitarianUniversalist I .'. PLAN"
SE 15th St., services at 11 Oak lInt! Baptist, 800 NW 40th :meeting at Gainesville Little x r
1220 SW 5th
ices at 11 a.m. and 7:30 Day Saints
... ajn. and 7:30 AVCL, services at 11 a.m. and Theatre, 4039 NW 16th Ave., p.m. Unitarian -> Universalist Fellowship i Including youc' ng4 meat
qf v :. Carol Estates pjn. 7:30 p.m.Oak service at 11 ajn.Christian InterdenominationalGainesville Ave., Sunday school, 10 a.m., 1204 NW 10th Ave.,! photogwph. ,Your lormal stud'
Baptist Drive-In Church Sacrament meeting, 6:30 I
p.m. I (Made:in studio MVtiding
Park Baptist Church, i portrait.
Church 1428 NE 20th Place Scientist Hawthorne Road, service at 8 informal
ANYWHERE dress\ And
Archer Rd. services at "
4610 Nazarene
services at 11 a.m. and 7:30: 8:30 : wedding -
9:45 and 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Christian Science Church, 420 amThe a .. Your ; photographs made QI'your .
pjn. Salvation Army, 22 SW First Church of the Nazarene -! ; day. .
Old Fashioned Missionary '
SW 12th St Service at 11 a.m. SatisfactionAlways
2nd SL, services at 11 a.m. and 302 SE 1st Ave., services a 1+i CR
of I
Mission at
Baptist corner I ii5Q
: NUT 6th St. and 34th Place ser Church of Christ 7:30 p.m. at 10:45 a.m..and 7:30 pjn. I $ .
SEWERS Trinity Church of the Nazarene Assured All for only
vices at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Church of Christ 639 E. Univ. Jehovah's Witnesses
926 NW 31st Ave., services .
,. Parkview Baptist, 3403 NW Ave., services at 11 ajn. and Kingdom HaH of Jehovah's at CREVASSE FLORIST t$62.SavA uE7,
a.m. and 7:30
INSTALLED 13th St., services at 11 a.m. 7:30: p.m. Witnesses 1124 NE 3rd Ave., p.m. 2015 SE Hawthorne Rd.
University Ave. Church of the
and 7:45 service at 6:30 I Phone FR 6-2514
pjn. Fourteenth ,St. Church of p.m.
Nazarene 3545 W. Univ. Ave.., When are ready to announce your engagement phone
Church you
Pine Grove Baptist LutheranFirst
Christ, 205 NW 14th St., serv- -, for appointment stating that you wont to take advantage
FREE ESTIMATES 4200 NW 39th Ave., services at ices at 11 ajn. and 6:30 p.m. Lutheran Church, 1801' of our on "Weddmg.Package Plan" later we set the"secend
FINANCING 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Northeast Church of Christ, NW 5th Ave., services at 8:30' Gainesville CenterWe appointment to moke-your formal studio portroii % I -t and
\ AVA1UILE Ridgeview Baptist Church, 418 E. Univ. Ave., services at and 11 a.m.Gethsemane. I Nursing finally yourweddng day we tell your weddingsteiy 8
COMPLETE PLUMIING NW 19th St., services at 11 11 a.m. and 6 lovely informal wedding .photographs.
p.m. Lutheran, offer a complete nursing service for any
a.m.Westside p. m. Church Thirty-ninth Avenue Churchof Church, 1905 NE 12th St., service patient needing nursing care. Licensed nurses on-

GATORPLUMBING Baptist Christ, 1811 NW 39th Ave., at 11 a.m.University I duty 24 hours a day. "Outstanding Photography..

services at 9 a.m. and 6:15p. Lutheran Church,
Paid Advertising We accept convalescents as well as the aged In Gainesville Since 1933"
m. 1826 W. Univ. Ave., service at, and infirm for a day a week or for long term care.,
11 a.m. I FR 6-5323
I Church Of God I Local, professional ownership and management
Methodist &21 NW.13th St.
901 WAIDO KB. Church of God, Hawthorne
i Centenary Methodist, 1400 Mr. A. A. Okus
Road and Third Ave., servicesat SE ru i "
; 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Hawthorne Road, servicesat Mrs. Katherine Okus, R.N. FR 6-6214
I 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. I j .
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.". New officers installed were .

"... Mrs. James Allen, president )fliy +, WHILE

.... ; Mrs. Billy Joe Bounds, ____ THEY
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.. ; Mrs.Davis,corresponding ,
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.. ; Guinn, treasurer.
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.. Allen Baer and Mrs. Harold
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I : Performance of Danburg :Oratorio!' 1 ij ijM '-I- E fPowa1' Grayer

;| > 'ITo Honor Wesley at AldersgateIf / writes of A ,reader"One the

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'_.. The oratorio, "Beyond Lies sic at the church, is:taken from rte csttfrca n gke

I r God," composed last year by ,the Holy; JBibte, TCtailey (Shymns R isS. things bout

i' University of Florida professorof I religious poems; and :recorded refl'igiousfaith i

music Russell Danburg in 'sayings rz1iTI commemoration of the 225th an-
o :: xaYh niversary of the Aldersgate religious mf Florida student, a' yn ti It Seems tp

{I, ) experience of John Wes- Marshall Thomas will sing the me from my
role of John Wesley. Thomas
ley, founder of The Methodist own experi-
Harold A.
\ has studied at the(University of
'\ Church, will be presented by ''j hnson ence thatfairh
the Chancel Choir of the First Miami McNeese State College in God has to come
in Lake Charles, l.a, and <
Methodist Church this
7't -
before one can get much
the UP.Isis undergraduate'studies
,t- at the 11 am. service, it
was anounced by Rev. Thomas 'were' psychology and music ;rr.6""y : personal evidence of

1 G, Mitchell, church minister leading to thebachelor of .Tightness of such faith.
I I"It", music .education degree. He is a; 3 rx+w lit sort of puts the cart

L'---t-- > now working :toward: mastersof before the horse, and pre-
It1 On June 4 the 45-voice Chancel education, and is a voice stu- of
//1 ft ask e. F g sumably that is one
x Choir will give a special per'lormance dent of Guy B."Webb. Assistant
. t r. of the oratorio at the professor of music at .the OF,, the -reasons why the og-

A Ei ;;Florida Annual Conference in Thomas is.a member Phi Mu LLJLi i I moStic or atheist cannot

t Lakeland, the basic governing Alpha Skifouia national music accept religion.

i a ,yri meeting of the denominationin fraternity and has appeared;as First Baptist's QueensThese of
rl ti!m 'He wants proof a
t';i y Florida held once each year. soloist with the Univessj 1;y before-

hIii This oratorio which Men's Glee dub-the -University three girls Wednesday night received their crowns as queens .in the {personal) nature

QE >miered: last at was First pre- Choir, the Choral Union, the First Baptist Church :Girls' Auxiliary. Iwana Dale, ''left, Sharon Strickland, : hanaVand he can't get it.

Church, commemorates year the re- Concert Band and the Variety center, and Allene Strickland each completed the Tequired service in the mis- Then 'too, the proof that

E t.'J ,S ti iligious transformation of John Band. :sionary ;group to advance to the step-of queen. The organization is for girls : 'the tfaithfu! enjoy isn't of

Wesley which took place at Aldersgate Other soloists include Gene =ages .9 to 15 .0 kind that you can

ti ( London, en May 24, Dunnam, baritone; George Ma- touch see, hear, smell,

i [1738. From this experience the son. bass; Melville Talte, ,tenor or taste, and that, to the

eaI Methodist Church was founded.I II ; Robert J. .Smith, :ttenor,; 8 Choirs of First :Baptist atheist, makes it ridic-

IIIt Joe C. Wilcox narrator, and B u'lous.
III I Two Danburg composed
years ago Y. Kinzey, in, trumpet. The ,
IIIt I I the acclaimed "Heritage choir win be directed by ..Mrs But II am writing in the

t oH Freedom" Oratorio which set Jones and Mrs. Taylor Kirby To Present ServiceThe ,hope 'that perhaps just
to'music the late President JohnKeMedy'S Special been
Ft inaugural address. will be the organist. ; one reader who has
,; 4j tdoubter, will try faith,
Danburg has composed over
i Composer Danburg uses solos -
t:' i[ narration, antiphonal voices 100 works, 26 of which have I /eight choirs of the First I Featured in the offertory, certificates in the Fellowship .go'11Q .to church, actively

!I 1i'' land! chorus to present; John been published by major publishing ; :I Baptist Church will lead the "Jesu, JO'y'Of Alans Desiring," Hall at 5:30. All of the choirs :living a'better life, with-

Wesley's awakening. He begins : companies. :He Iras .appeared congregation itonight in a Choir will be Miss Sandra.Smith and and the congregation will afterwards out the so-called proof

Polishing the Notes with the conflict Wesley faced as a concert .pianist Recognition Service at 7:30 I Robert Williams, after which join in the presentation. beforehand. The evidence
,;ff before this transformation. It throughout the U.S., Canada :pjn.The the Youth Choirwill 'sing of the worship service. .Wtii h 'will gradually fol-

Coins: over the score of the oratorio "Beyond Lies then builds to the AMersgate experience -and eight European countries. .i groups, directed by Fred "Spirit of"God, Descend Upon I low may ''eventuallyamaze

r God" once again before this morning's performance which came over him At the university since 1948, Schblfield and accompanied by My Heart. Participating this THIS SUMMER ; him or her. Thank

at First Methodist Church is soloist Marshall Thomas ,during a Moravian church he is an associate professor of organist Dr. Tommy Ruth group are-Suzanne Martin: Plan for- I you :for .this opportunity"
standing, and UP music professor Russell Dan- meeting.The piano and chairman of theory Waldo, will combine voices to Jane Arrington, Kay 'Nelson, a ; to express my testimony.

i burg. Danburg composed the musical commemora libretto, written by Mrs." and composition the ,department open their program with "Joy:Sandra Com ins, Herman Southern Keswick" I A 'Reader.

tion of John Wesley's Aldersgate experience. E. Ruffin Jones, director of mu- of music. :ful, Joyful' We Adore Thee," Greene and Tommy Latimer.. FAMILY VACATION I You too may write in
:followed ,by "The Church's One The Editor, P.
recognition program will IN FLORIDA confidence to
j Foundation" by the Balcony conclude with the Church Choir '0. Box 13, Norwalk,
S s
!fi i Methodists Plan Annual Conference :'Choirs. presenting "The Heart 'Wor- JUNE 22-JULY 19 I Conn. (Editor may edit,
I ''Lift Thine Eyes" will be ships," and the CombinedChoirs four great weeks! I comment<< and be sole

[ sung %y the Girls' Ensemble singing "The Lord's at St. Petersburg I' .judge as to publication.
made up of ,Judy Cox, Eliza- Prayer." DAILY BIBLE CONFERENCE Copyright 1964, Efco)
i LAKELAND The 122nd sesSion 1 with more than 1,000 ministeral recommendations of 21 boards I cial observances will Include I
beth Crozier, Brooke Sponsored:
of the Methodist Church's i and lay delegates in attend- and agencies and various committees Bishop J. Gordon Howard, Jane Kathryn The final rehearsal of this AIR CONDITIONED COMFORT
Florida Annual Conference will ance. and a proposed annual Arrington, Diane Gard- choir year for Carol 'Choirs I *
Pittsburgh, of the Evangelical iner, Linda Lastinger Judy and II, Concord PRIVATE SWIM POOL JONES-JOHNSON
jpen here Wednesday June 3, budget exceeding $2,500,800.; ,
Delegates to the five-day assembly
United Brethren Church Ur. Davis, :Nelson
; Kay Sandra and *
High Senior
It The guest "conference preacher" High Choirs
will represent 270,000 Richard V. Moore, president of Comins, _Linda Todd FUNERAL HOME
members of 575 churches.The will 1 be Bishop Arthur J. and Lynn will be held at 4:45 this afternoon NEAR FAMOUS BEACHES
Moore of Atlanta. Bethune Cookman'Co1lege Coppins. in the church Send for complete information
sanctuary.The .
'J 1 Challenges 3HS.MAINST.BOYS :
Florida Conference is ,
one Beach Methodist
Featured speakers at speSerge Daytona a The Celestial and .cherub .rehearsal will be followed SOUTHERN KESWICK BIBLE I
of 100 regional bodies of th Robert G. CONFERENCE
e txillege far Negroes; .
choirs will "Child's14arning buffet .65361:
present by .a and -FR
the "
On Uethodist Church in the United Mayfield, Evanston, EL, headof supper ST. PETERSBURG 8 j
Baptists YorkAiling Hymn. presentation of choir
nt promotion I
States which meet annually as the McthodLst Board of lay
f asic governing units. Activities, and Dr. Myron Bleeof ..

f Race Issue Plenary sessions will be held Again Tallahassee, director ol the
it Florida Southern In 'Florida
College Institute for Continuing and GIRLS !
I he; new Branscomb Memorial) NASHVILLE' ?enn. (AP- University Studies.Cburch .
Auditorium, which will be consecrated The condition of Doughboy Sgt.
A former prime minister of
at the opening service. Alvin C. York remained serious
r Canada and a former congressman The[ gift of Florida Methodists, today, fallowing internal hemorrhaging Relate
have told to meet
Baptists the: auditorium is named 'for that has landed him, LEARN SWIM
the challenge of racial prob- I Vocations
t he late Bishop John Brans. in the hospital for the ninth Topic
j comb. I time in less than two years.The .
You and I have a problem For Panel Talk
opening day highlight
of all hero of World
a problem of equality 7e-year-old ]
1 will be the episcopal
said John G. Diefenbak- message War I was rushed to the hospital
men, ,
an the state of the church by Today will be observed by \
t er, former Canadian prime min- early Friday from his A free Leorn-to-Swim
Bishop James W. Henley of First Methodist Church as Ministry Gompaign under
aster, at the opening session mountain borne 140 miles north and for this observance ,
j Jacksonville, who administers Sunday )
riday night of a three-day celebration west of here in Pall Mall, Teim. churcb-xe- the joint sponsorship of the
the Florida and Cuba confer a panel on
of Baptist work in ences. Doctors stopped the internal' lated vocations has been planned Gainesville Sun and the Gainesville
North America.An bleeding and taaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
for the service at
At the June 4 evening sessiona evening
estimated total of 20,000 bleeding_and said the Medal of Boys Club.
7:30 .
45-voice oratorio
"Beyond p.m.
winner will be allowed to:
attended the meeting, Honor
Baptists .
Lies God. composed by Rus- The following will serve a s
which followed annual sessions rest as much as possible for a
:sell L. Danburg of the Univer- speakers on the panel: Mrs. E.
',i of the Southern and American sity of Florida music faculty, few days. I Ruffin Jones church music "
(Northern) Baptist Conventions."If will be presented by the choirof York has been bedfast for 11' Mrs. Charles N. Beall Christian JUNE 4-13 QUALIFICATIONS:

we are to preserve thepeople First Methodist Church,. years as a result of a series of education; Dr. Taylor YJr-
in all the world from the is the who Rev.Thomas G.
I Gainesville.The strokes. He man by-medicine; the
at Minimum 7 .Minimum .
onrush of communism, we need oge
traditional reading of pas- single-handedly slew 25 German Mitchell the ministry, and
# declaration of equality" for all toral appointments for the new, soldiers and took 132 others captive Miss Peggy Halsey-youth answers Classes will be conducted on the above dates

men everywhere, Diefenbaker church year will climax the in a day of fighting in the God's call. Also participating CAROL ESTATES c.
from 8 A.M. through 12 noon with classes
said.Former closing plenary session on Sunday -, Argonne Forest in 1918. Gen. in the service will be
I Arkansas congres- June 7.Principal. John J. Pershing called York Miss Lois Wheeler, Miss Pat POOL beginning each 'hour. Competent and qualified
sional Rep. Brooks Hays said business is expectedto the greatest citizen soldier of Mitchell Miss Marsha Laite, -
I the racial issue is the greatest instructors will conduct the campaign
center on the reports and l the war. Larry Halsey.
challenge faced by Baptists."We aided by Boys' Club officials. Awards wifl :be
are a divided people in
I this land, and sometimes I fear presented to those children who successfully)

we are outnumbered not by men AIR CONDITION NOW! complete the course. Registrant will receive
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said Carlos shall Edward not be used Joyner by, Sr.,I Warranty Refrigeration w Scaled Systems.GAINESVILLE'S 25.000 16 230 1.500 a '304.50 .\. . . ... . .. . . . . . I

nor applied to ';'him by virtue: Signature of Parent cr Guorz'tmIMiust I

said license." .....,, "
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Signed: Rev. 'George E. Tis-, LOWEST PRICES --.--- LOW INSTALLATION COST "T- .be signed by at least one) ,

on, pastor; Julia Howard, Trustee ,J

for Oak Hill Independent t: Double Hung or Jalousie Window $7.50 Casement> Wiwbw ta ihni WaIl $2Z50 1
Baptist Church of Fairbanks.

10% DOWN PAYMENT-24 MONTHS TO PAY LOW FINANCE CHARGES Jointly Sponsored fcythe 1 _

S Gospel Sing SetThe F w. Sll ?ul......... GqineSYtlle Sun and the Boys7 Club' j

Gospel Singing Convention Central ( B B 0 h ann 0 J r. J .

will hold its l'1exti1 g today ; Air Conditioning r j
at 2:30 to 430; p.m, at the 14 Wtu*. toctofl en Suet and made possible> through the cooperoti on of the Board of Directors' of the Carol .

Interlachen Baptist Church,, **CM*. M. rr frw esllm.... JEstatis Ps@3 who.heve graciously permitted its use for this cempc.ign.
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Gainesville Sun 24 1964
lOB Sunday May ....._- _.m
30 PETS & SUPPLIES U!UWIIIIWIIIIIIIIIlItiI/IIlllIIllAlI1l11Il1mbl"/! !! "' *..

Printed Pattern ... ENGLISH shepherd puppies. Good TIP.I I l

WANTEDHAVE f_ lh 9227 iED for 20033.GERAAAN watch. stock, and pets. FR WANT-AD RATES .

shepherd pups AKC all i p. 372-8441
1.Emuappe 31. Toothed shots. ready to go. Shown weekdays : .
Perspective wheels after 7 P.M. all day Sat

YOU 12. 32.IIlumina- end Sun.. Sea Don Carney, 350 for 7 B.;
Away from
01w I A A NW 18th 1cr.MINIATURE =
: in.m the mouth tion unit i =
Dachshund Puppies Classified OnlyDEADLINES I
ANY OF THESE 13.Jots 33. Jlower of :j: :j: j AKC reg. t wks, 2 males & 2
14.Taste. females have had shots, S5C :I ;
15. Isolated forgetfulness T E i 0 i I i A Z R Phone 6-3800. 2923 N.E. 10th St. I fi

,1 16. Tibetan 35. Small bird E Fl 3 I L F. I E. NINE I week old American shepherd = .
, THINGS I TO SELL? pups well marked registered 1 T. thru Fr. papers-3 pjvv Day before publication rl
sheep 37. Sesame Ini male and female, $35. r ads to go In Sun. 'per-12OO a.m. Sat.
17. Dessert 38.Mire Phone 4-1470. For ads to go bi Man. &6per-1 lUlL Sat.

; I They'll Bring You Extra Cash itv 19. Candlemit 41. Chin. (Solution To Friday's Puzzle) FREE! 2 kittens. Call 376- ; (Minimum ad 4 .lines)

1 tree 5350. I
2.Jap. cola 7.
20. Moving 43.Gorge SIAMESE KITTENS. 6 weeks old.
E through
part 45. Overjoy 3.Mascagni sealpolnt. SIAMESE mother. cat. Insertion . ... .. .. Sat I fl
Rugs 22. Century 46. Star in heroine 8. City laKansas 2 yrs. old. Phone 376-8994. e Insertions :. ::::: .::.: ... ::.. ..::.. .. 25e line _s
24.lIountaIl1TIle BEAGLES for sale partially trained =: i Insertions .. :L. :.:.:...: ..::.:. ..::.:.. lie line g

Dragon" Macaw 9. Small and some have shots. $20 M insertions .. .. .. .. ... ...... ... 14e line g
Guns climber's staff 47. Disprove 5. Country, apertures and $30. Good stock. Phone p Total charpf rerouted by multiplying total f\nes!; X rats tarng

4- 27.More 48.Negates wide 22135. ed x number of Insertions.
10. Colorful
: Tools : orderly CHIHUAHUAS ready for loving
29.TreeDOWN 6.Vote Into bird homes. AKC. Reasonable. Call
,: climbing fish 1. B erets office ll.PeerCynt's after 1 p.m. FR 23037. S Five letter words per line

Boats j mother PLAYFUL kittens need home. 1423 -
NW 7th Ave. FR 2-8403.
rrrrrrrrr18..20.Pilfer. Eternity Same as 2 lines
: :: Tents / FREE 4 kittens. 7 wks. old. 8 Pt. ordinary type

- Call FR 60034.FOR .
;i i-
Methodize. i Same as 3 lines I \
T .a.- 1 12 Pt.
. Book' : 23. Eur.fodder SALE AKC registered Chi- ordinary type 1
huahua also Collie
ii puppies; pup.
IT plant pies. Hubbard Circle Grocery. Same as 4 lines
I Plants 24. Chum Milhopper and lith Ave. 4-3324. i' 18 I rt. ordlnarytype

: 16 tTI8 25.Unprofitable- PUREBRED AKC beagle puppies.
Pianos also Labrador puppies. James' II

/, './I"ZI 2/ ZZ U Kennels Rt 1, Box 78, Keystone
Same 4' 5 lines
: 24
I // 26.Hiiedcar Heights.V473-49SS. 1- Pt
IS'fovesRadios 'l'hZ4 ordinary types
zs Z7 U 28.'Roman: EHRBAR KITTEN RANCH otters
aa: bronze its select herd for your free selection. -
.: 818 N.E. 7th PI. after
:; ir 30 JI 30.Toper S:30 week days; Sat. and Sun. alt The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for more than MM B

A : 34.Weary day. FR 2-0717. 1 Incorrect Insertion nor will It be habit: for any error In adve/. =
tisement to a greater extent
Skates Jz' JJ 3+ r"J./ "/ 36. Ballet skirt REG. DALMATIAN dog. Will give p Ipled by the item hi the advertisement.than the cost No of the space occu.
"', to the right people preferably = adjustment wilt
38.'La be made on errors that do not
'. someone In country who loves anImals materially effect na value -
TrunksJewelry.: $ 3& 39 3* 40 Bohone? Call FR A- M5. the adv.rtisement.
.1 character 1 I
41 41 14' 44. 33 LOTS FOR SALEBY
The Gainesville Sun
: & 39.Unicora reserves the privilege e' revising or ...
fish so ledlng any advertisement which It deems oblectlonal

; Bicycles \ 1ff MiMi 1TfriAt 4----- T------- 40.Haunts OWNER change ft the conform classifIcation to the policy of any of advertisement the paper. from that atdered ..

IT BEAUTIFUL wooded lot. 900 blockof
I T--41.Forea1i I N.W. 22nd Street. 110' xl&S', I

; TV SetsClothing' Jiffy. quick easy what else Also lot in Gwynn Oaks 200'x180' EiJlulIUI IIIDJJIWQIIflIIIIIIJIUIIII1IIII1II'IIIIlIImIBlIIIIIIIIIIII! _._!_._ fll1m'n."gg.....",,_:;;
can we say to tell you how rapidly Par time 23 min. ** H..sI..t lu ,5-25 44. Front with view and privilegesof ---

you'll whip up these wonders- Clear Lake. 376-5109. 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for'Sole
:: side-pleat skimmer tunic slacks Beautiful 3 Acre Tract Entered bya -
shorts. 60 ft. Wide Private Drive. N.W.
Cameras Printed Pattern 9227: Children's Section. Out of City Limits.E. FOR Sale or trade. New 4 BR. < BR, 2 Bath home In
Sizes 2, 4. 6, 8, 10. Size 6 dress C. "CURLY" KUEHN JR. home located in Westmoreland tion. Den. screened N.E.S.C.
na yds. 35-inch; tunic top 1 yard; 11 FEMALE HELP WANTEDHELP 12 Mole Help Wonted 638 N. Main St. Estates. On city sewers, pavedSt central heat Price airconditioning -

Antiques pants Itt yards.Thirty.five cents In for this, FR 6-2032 Broker FR 6-6544 2 Ig. bath Rms., Ig. family $16.900. S600 down pay 280f N.E.
Rm. & living Rm., dining area. j.Jst.! Call 2-6456.
patternadd 15 cents for each pat. turn your spare time Into DISHWASHER apply In person LOT for Sale in 1500 block of S.E. Central heat built-in kitchen Including -
Furniture tern for first-class mailing and special money. No soliciting or deliver. Wonderhouse Restaurant 14 $..W.1st 4th Ave. 5 acres. Will sell for GE dishwasher. 2 court POFMoving.. Sacrifice prlce3
handling. Send to Marian Mar. ing. Adlust your own working Street behind Sears.COOK $20.000 on time or cash. Phone yards, walk to schools close to Br. 2 bath wooded lot 140 x 210.
Gainesville Sun Pattern Dept., hrs. $2.50 pe rhr. For call
tin. White married 30 to 55 6-5117. U of F & medical center FHA Faculty neighborhood. 3436 $. W.
Livestock 232 West 18th St.. New NAME.York AD-11, 372-7049 yr. 8 hour day. 5 day week NAME YOUR TERMSOn $22,700. Down payment $1,700. zurn_ 5", \

N. Y. Print plainly ZONE SIZE and COUNTER GIRL for cafeteria line vacation sick leave social security Beautiful Black Acre Lot. Closeto Immediate occupancy. Drive by 3 Bedroom. hardwood
DRESS with and soda fountain. and state retirment bene new Woman's Club. By own- 1027 NW 40th Drive. Call Butler tile floors full
College bath. low
Diamonds ; STYLE NUMBER. fits. For interview contact Per Brothers 372.9545 dally 376-9048 down pay. low
FR 23691.
YOUR FREE PATTERN IS calls Inn. 1728 W. Univ. Ave. No phone sonnel Director Sunland TrainIng er. Call FR 2-1535 or night. monthly pay.,. $.E. Section. Call ,
from 250 design FR 3.
CLASSIFIEDDial Center P. O. Box 508
Fish Poles Ideas in new SPRING-SUM Gainesville File or Phone FHA House for sale NE sectionat
MER Pattern Catalog lust out UNIQUE positions open HOW for ladies 5381 Ext. 362.J3Hctp 376- SALE OR LEASE COMMERCIALNear appraisal value of $10,000 $450 DOWN
Dresses sportswear coats morel who qualify for personaliz e d new V.A. hospital 5 acres $300 down payment low monthly -. 3 bedrooms and 2 baths central .
Used Cars Send 50 cents now. services. Vivianne Woodard Pres- appr 4 acres plus. N. side of payments. 3 BR. 1 bath, carport heat' Screened porch and large
tige Line Cosmetics personal In- Male or Female Archer Rd.. call large storage. Call after family room, beautifully land-
terview In the privacy of your MARY MOELLER. REALTOR 6:00 P.M. FR 64776.FOR scaped with back yard fenced, I

Auto TiresAquariums home. Call 376-1480 for appoint PLACEMENT 1019 W. University Ave. FR 6-4471 only $450 down, $91.27 per near schools and shopping' J15.COO
ment. month payments, you can qua- W. 34th Drive. Call anyRealtor.
Professional i
THEREIS lify for 4 BR 2 bath home 1806 e
WANTED experienced Technical 34 Waterfront Property
bookkeep e r. NW 38th Terr. Will paint inside
Insurance experience desirable but College GraduatesFor & outside completely. For appt.
not necessary. Salary commensurate appt. call 372-6377
to see call 372-0481.
Row Boats with experience. Good working 10-12:00 A.M. 2-04:00 P.M.
376-4672 conditions with congenial peop I e. Monday through Friday WINFRED H. CRAWFORDReg. SACRIFICE $2400 equity for $701
Please send complete resume of PERSONNEL CENTER Broker, specaliztng In. cash. Total cost only $1M27 I
Golf Clubs experience to box 422-A c-o 102 NW 2nd Avenue LAKE PROPERTIESACRE. Modem 3 BR IVi bath home.
Gainesville Sun. AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose Near schools. Refrig., elec.
Exp. secretaries salary open GR 5-2981. range. air cond., and drapes.No .
; BE A FASHION Cashler-host-s.s. attractive qualifying. 1432 NE 14th Ter.
TypewritersMotorcycles White housekeeper $25 wk. ON THE GULF Phone 376-4068. \
Bookkeeper salary open Cedar Shores \
delivering or collecting. car Exp. Waitress, salary & comm. Key DOWNAssume
necessary. Call Connie Robbins.FR Exp. mechanics tr Other Properties $400 ,
6-1968 'after 6:30 p.m. Store trainee hi schl. grad. Loan at $96 per mo. for my

CASHIER good salary, good Off. trainee hi schl. grad. David AndrewsCedar 3 bedroom, 2 Bath Fla. Room
Used TrucksRefrigerators hours. Apply in person Wonder- Tree surgeon. foreman J2 hr. Home. By Owner. 1937 N.E. 7th Ralph
house Restaurant 14 SW 1st Auto salesman Exp. Key, 3841 Terrace after 5PM. FOSSEY

WORTHWHILE St., behind Sears. Insurance Short order trainee grill man$100 wk. AIR CONDITIONED gas heat. 3 BR., 1 bath, CCB home. Stove Dick
turnished 2 bedroom
WANTED experienced Legal Sec. Route salesman. Levy Co. completely refrigerator. air conditioner.
house on Cowpen Lake 22 miles Central heat. Drive by 2503 N.E. Ph. 376-1359
retary to begin work on or be- CONNELL EMPLOY. AGY.
Announcements East of Gainesville. Price 8800. 10th Terr. then call 376-5890. 11 W. University Ave.
Baby Buggies fore June 1. Salary commensu- 120 SE 1st Ave. \
Terms available. Phone FR t- "Selling Florida Since 1906
rate with Phone 376-8234
experience ability. 3672. NEARLY new 4 BR home with
Fringe benefits. Blue Cross and WANTED Inventory Clerk man or I all luxury features within walkIng FAMILY
Electric Motors 2 CARD OF THANKSTHERECENTBEREAVEMENT Blue Shield. For interview con- woman 40 hour week. Good pay. I BEAUTIFUL lot on the Suwannee, distance of new school. 31. HOMES
tact James E. Clayton. Phone Should have some knowledge of River at Rock Bluff. Call 376- 500. Easy tersm. 529 NW 58th
372-9571. bookkeeping Write Box 425-A I 6160. St. Phone 376-3569. 24500. Three bedroom 2 bath famIly

Farm MachineryStore which has visited our home has LAUNDRY attendant to assist customers c-o Gainesville Sun. FOR SALE I II NE 2 old 3 BR 1 bath. room paved street Central
brought to us a greater appreci- with coin dry cleaning. Fine home at St. Augustine yrs. Heat and Air-Cond, fireplace.
TEACHERS C/H. screened porch
Ask for
ation of our friends. Such kind. Some evening & Sunday work. information Beach. 155 feet of ocean frontage paved patio walk to Llttlewood-
d-washer $500
Equipment on our placement service. Good stove. refrig.
and neighborly thoughtfulness I Westwood schools. 3403 N.W. 7th
nesses Must be pleasant clean & neat. positions all over Southeast. Southern -I and 300 feet deep. Large living dn., $75 mo. FR 22774. Place.
can never be forgotten.The Call Monday Mrs. Griffis, FR 2- Teachers Agency room dining room with 20 x 18
Infant's Perry Family 6556 for interview. S.C. Columbia front glassed-In Florida room extending AN exciting home with space. excellently
t Clothing from the living room and built air conditioned $14600 Three bedroom. t bath
3 LOST & FOUND DISTRIBUTORS and CARRIERS facing the ocean. 3 large bedrooms 3 BR, 2 Bath family room and Florida room. Central heat. Walk
sl READING EXCHANGE HOUS FOR CASH needed for morning newspaper each with full baths. fireplace now being completedby to Howard Bishop and Metcalf
Sewing Machines: LOST girl's blue glasses & case. J. routes. Real opportunity for right Servants quarters downstairs. For Lloyd Myrick, Builder In schools. 906 N.E. 20th Ave.
J. Finley vicinity. Cal 372-9795. OPPORTUNITY for (3) women to person. Dependable transportation further Information contact the.. Wimberly Estates. outside city
make good money In a businessof and cash bond required. Call VERLE A. POPE AGENCYP. limits. N. W. 36th Terr. off $13.000. Three bedrvom 2 bath
Office Equipment Lost: Black tan & white young" female their own start earning at 372-4532 or write R. S. Ludwick O. Box 519 N. W. 39th Ave. Offered for $22.- large lot with sprinkler system.
dog. named "Bounce Iden- once. Representing Avon. Call FR 3620 S.W. Archer Rd. St.. Augustine. Florida 500. Phone 25689. Walk to Sidney Lanier school.
tification on collar. Call 372- 2-0421 410 N.W. 19th Lane.ALACHUA .
Plne VA 9-9061
Movie Equipment 5253. Reward. WHY PAY RENT?
12 Male Help Wanted 14-Sales Help WantedOPPORTUNITY Choice ocean front lots near Cres- New homes. $9,500. 3 bedroom. tile
i ; LOST Orange. tiger colored cent Beach, only 70 miles from bath $65 per month. Located on REALTYAssociates
Nursery Furniture IN tailless cat. she is pregnant. in Gainesville. Also three lots one S. E. 45th Terrace. Also some
vicinity of West Park, missing COUNTER MAN for cafeteria line KNOCKS! trade-Ins. Call FR 22372.
about w *k. FR 68665.PERSONALIZED. and soda fountain. Apply College You've read about fabulous VIllage block from beach.Price very reasonable AIre T. Smith Broker
Materials Inn. 1728 W. Univ. Ave. No phone Green. sell It! with good terms. Ph FR $14,775 up ON YOUR LOT. Open Mabel Gore Associate
Building calls please.MECHANIC Excellent earning opportunity for 424fl.WARNER. House SUndays. 1 to 6 p.m. Designed 635 N. E. 1st St. 376-2448
4 SERVICE licensed Real Estate salesman. W. WESEMAN Realtor & engineered by U. s.

Outboard Motors experienced. Good Allen Dorm an, sales manager. 1113 N. Main St. Steel 1 Corp.. Homes Division. 2100
working conditions. Excel tent Hugh Edwards, Inc. 3721551 so. ft. 3 BR 2 bath air cond. ...e----:"
LEARN TO DRIVEl Special attention
pay. See Service Manager Bark. brick veneer 2 car garage. 1801 : ..:<. .
THE to nervous or elderly. ley Motors. FR 22583. 35 Houses for Sale NW 36th Dr. Alachua Homes. ,..' : ..;
Sports Equipment Easy Way Driving School. FR 16 Work Wanted Female FR 6- -. .
Frank Thomas
77002 tic by State of Fla. DRAFTSMAN full time permanent Inc. Call '
position. Experience In civil engineering '
WANT lob as practical nurse or 3 BR 2 bath house for sale. Total 6690.LITTLEWOOD
drafting required. 5 day
6 companion. Call FR 6-6319 AREA
week. 2 wk. paid vacation. Group cost $11,500 Call FR 2-6936.
4 BR 3 bath 2050 sq. ft. living
life & avail. For
call hospitalization FR 22591. 17 Work Wanted Male area. central heat built-In kit.
Fishing Equipment to divorce I have a like new appt. I FORDYCEREALTOR 1 blk. from Westwood Jr. High. "
1964 model Zig Zag. Automatic GOOD reliable meat cutter wanted. SHOPS ONLY 2 blks. from Ltttlewood elem. .
Machines SUN sewing machine. that does ev Eastslde Market. Apply in person. Home & Auto radio repair. When school. Ideal for Ig. family. or ,j' .
Washing erything. We would like someone ROUTE SALES MAN. Sealtest available will work part or extra family and elderly persons. .... .
to take up payments of $600
sale. 3449
Foods. Division has an openingfor time. EXPERIENCED. Call Priced for Immed. \
Small balance. Ph. 372-
per mo. an aggressive man 376-1474 after 5 P.M. anytime or NW. 13th Ave. 3722893.
Heating Equipment
try anytime Sat. or Sun. for .-
2051.MAGICIAN between 24 or 35 yrs. of age to tact. con- WESTWOOD LITTLEWOOD Y .
sell SEALTEST products on an WONDERFUL'Architecturally Walking distance to schools. 3
Musical I Instruments established route. The man we're WANTED part time or full time BR. 2 baths home In Skyline
ENTERTAINMENT for all ages seeking Is hardy has lived in the lob for man. Reliable. Will furnish designed 4 bedroom. Heights. Study hardwood floors.
WANT and occasions. Special rates for Gainesville area for the past 12 reference. Write Box 426-A 2Vi bath home. Central atr-condi- built-in range & oven. Cent. WOMENof
Camping Equipment : clubs and churches.: 372-7928 months and has a stable employ. c-o Gainesville Sun. liontng and heating. Fully equipped heat. Shaded back yard. Call
kitchen. Terrazo floors throughout.This .
WRINKLES? ment record. If you meet these 3764862.CENTRAL. -
PAINTING and PAPER HANGING. Is a very uniQue. two story '
qualifications apply in to
Plumbing EquipmentChildren's Coty SS plus Line Tax Away Mr. Schaffer at the Univ.person Inn Motel -Free estImates. Phone 376-0728 home. with structural steel andglass. AIR CONDITIOING All. Ages! ".
Odi's Pharmacy between S P.M. and 8 P oM. Call 376-1236. FENCED REAR YARDA -
116 Central Plaza (Next to Wlnn Tuesday May 26 or between 9 18 Schools & Instructions complete home: Wall-to-wall I You can train -

Playthings Dixie) I.D.L. Drugstore.ALUMNAEusWho. A.M. and 4 P.M. Wednesday May EXECUTIVE'Shome. carpets., draperies- central air
27 or Thurs. May 28. conditioning. fenced rear yard now as a
Real Estate Exam 4 bedrooms, 2Vi baths. Situated
ADS ? Quality Chambers oven
Electrical WANTED Caretaker on Lake Place. on a spacious lot in the NW Girl
Appliances FridaySTART
Local Personalities Must be so*>er and have references COURSE section. An extra bedroom and bath range. and hood. Vanltied laundry ..
Thursday, May 28 Furnished house and goods ATTEND First lesson free. sink in connecting' utility room. .-
can be used as a study or den.
5 !'ry. Ao-Jly Lewis Jewelry Co. HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE in Large living room, separate dinIng TODAY
Dogs Cats Parakeets gOO P.M.. Channel Walled patio area. Wall to Wall
COLLEGE. 218 Three large ked Executive Secretary -
200 W. Univ. Ave. W. Univ. AveF in room. Train as an
carpeting the living room. Call
I 6-3507 3723727. rooms. Hugh Edwards. Inc. Enter such fascinating
8 Baby Sitters Child Care FOREIGN EMPLOYMENT Infer 376-1236. 376-7971. professions as fashion, publishing -
mation. Construction other work MEN & women 18 to 55 to train for
radio, television public -
You protects. Good paying overseas CIVIL SERVICE QUIET HOMES BY GINGRICHNo relations. legal! etc. Earn as -
TINY TOT lobs with extras travel expenses. Examinations. For informationsend I : down payment. on your lot. much as
neighborhood for this 3 bedroom, For free
Write only; Foreign Service Bureau name. address & Phone No. low monthly payments.
PLAY SCHOOLVisit : Dept. 501, Bradenton Beach Key Training Service. 112 W. I bath home. A spacious patio adds literature. Write Gingrich. 1225 $135Per
will sell it faster Florida. Adams St., Jacksonville. to its desirability at only $10,000 NE 22nd St., Ocala Fla. Phone
Nothing us and see for yourself. with a very low down payment.Call 622.3346.FOR .
24 SE 8th St. FR A-78M. CHRISTIAN MAN needed. Full or SPEEDWRITING Shorthand 376-1236. Week
part.time lifetime security. Experience TYPING .- BOOKKEEPING SALE BY OWNER. spacious
Can PLANNED program awaits your Sunday School. ministry HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE 3 BR. 2 bath Fla. Rm., close
pre-school youngster at JACK helpful. Earn $100 weekly and 218 W. Univ. Ave. FR 6-3507. CHOICE to school. Llttlewood Estates. Jobs are waiting for those wh
& JILL NURSERY SCHOOL. up. No competition. Write John location $24,500. Reasonable down pay Qualify. Keep your present |ofc
Is the of this 3 bedroom
Music programs educational Rudin Co.. 22 West Madison St.. PIANO Instruction openings avail area home with hardwood floors ment. 920 NW 37th Ter. Phone while learning .,
film-strips. 7:4505:15. Mon.-FrL; Chicago 2. Illinois. able for summer Instruction. Large Florida 3725738. STENOTYPE. SHOPTHAND
1331 S.W. 13th St. FR 6-3900. Adults or children. Mrs. Burke throughout. room. TYING. OFFICE CHARM.BOOKKEEPING. ,
than theGAINESVILLE BOYS WANTED with bicycles (no 372-9896. ', attractive kitchen. All air conditioned .
Child Care in my horre. Fenced scooters) for .
II morning paper FURNITURE FILING, all secretarial duties
yard. Reasonable rates. Good routes SIX weeks lunlor typing class. Call 376-1236.
ages 12Vi to 14. Call i Free Use of Equipment' In your
Buy references. Phone 372-3713. FR 2-4451 anytirre. Summer school. Registra 11 o n
_ June 8. Howell's Business College I UPHOLSTERYFor Home. Budget Terms -
CHILD care. Infants to 8 yrs. 2 SPANISH Per Full InformatKR Write:
218 W. Univ. Ave. Phone 376-
top quality workmanshipcall ..
blks. Stephan Foster school. ---- --
Swimming for older children included MOOCOMvt 3501. Inspired terrace provides the view
Call FR 62547.Employment. from the living room of this at. 372-6142 KEY TRAINING SERVICESuite

U. S. CIVIL SERVICE TESTS! tractive 4 bedroom, 2 bath home. 42S Barnett Nt1 Bank
Situated on a lushly landscaped lot. GAINESVILLE
SUN Blda. Jacksonville, Florida
/ 18-52. Start Excellent ,low down payment and UPHOLSTERY NAME. ... . . .?.
HII! Men-women.$102.00 week. high train as monthly terms to suit your budget. ISM NW. 13th St. ADDRESS .. . .. ..-. ....
SALESMEN in any area of local ing until a appointed.Preparatory Thousands of Call 376-1236. Free Estimates-rick OB and CITy.. .. . ... STATE n.

11 FEMALE HELP WANTED area to sell finished block homeson lobs open. Experience usually un lIeli .ry. AGE PHONE .....
owners Straight 20 year
FREE information on
payout. If experienced: see Mr.
lobs. salaries. requirements. Write
BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORS McMurtry Tampa Builders, a I 11 I and
Earn up to 55 per hour demonstrating I day Monday. May 25. at Holiday TODAY phone. Lincoln giving name Service address Box 397- THE STRIETMANhas BISQUIT CO.
famous Studio Girl Inn. Route 441 S., Gaines
WANT ADS Sell! Cosmetics. Full or Part, Time. I \fllle.I M, C-O Gainesville Sun. an opening for a man 'I between .25 and 40 who

Phone 376-4336 after 6. and is willing to work.
EXPERIENCED appliance service wants to make selling a can eer

( \r 'SARAH COVENTRY I man. Permanent work..Give qual- 28 Livestock* & Supplies for advancement. This is ont I of our established tern3. -

'\. -, UNDER new' management. Openings ifications. Write box 423-A C-O tories in the Gainesville are Compensation based on

for fashion directors. Part I Gainesville Sun.CABINET. WANT AN ECONOMICALLY sales commission and bom IS plan. This position re-
time full time. For
or appointment PRICED FEED Then try CPA
call 3727049. Wanted MAKERS Cooperative Mills 16 per cent quires that applicants be mal rried, high-school graduate

OFFICE MANAGER to take full II man. bench immediately& formica: cut -man.out Production Dairy. part pulletecf. with a good car. Experience si ellmg groceries, restaurants

CALL or c*>3rg of all our office routines I Write or apply to Custom Cabinets Ideally suited for feeding on and institutions will be consid,ered in filling this position.

and records including handling 2510 NE 18th Ter. Gaines- pasture. Special for May only. FORDYCE An equal opportunity emplc:ryer. job benefits include
most correspondence Good workIng ville, FMX Gainesville or Alaehua.
Fla. State qualifications. fully paid paid vac::ation and o liberal health .
conditions and with Phone FR 9-1095 or 461-2105. expenses
pay. exceii L
.;nt future for girl or woman age experience. BUTCHER GOATSFOR Associates, Inc. and occident insurance and p ension program. If you cans

able to assume responsibilities.No TWO MEN WANTEDto SALE Real Estate Exchangers meet the above qualification!! call FR 2-6333 at the
Rent shorthand required but must assist me In my business. Car FR 2-0033 Multiple Listing Realtors University Inn, Gainesville. F la. and ask for Mr. Felix
376-4672 be good typist and know some necessary. neat in appearance.Age Grace S. Fordyce Broker
.- __._ bookkeeping See Mr. Sandeferat I 20-35. Call Mr. Haney Tuesday FOR SALE 1 Palomino. gelded. 2 Dudley Goulden, Associate Hemdon between 6 and 9 p.m. beginning, Monday,
Rutherfords. 103 W. Univ. Ave. only 9 to 9:30 AJA. sharp. yrs. old. Phone FR 2-7319 any- Harvey Benton Associate May 25.
No phone inquiries please. FR 6-7110. time Sunday. 926 W. Univ. 376-1234




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35 House for Sal* 35 Houses for Sale 35 HouseS tor Sal 35 Houses for Safea 35 Houses for Sal I. ------- l

4 BEDROOM 2 bath. Central heat. EYES RIGHT!
Equity for sa''.. 1215 N.E. 20th NO DOWN PAYMENT REQUIRED. 1 BR., bath CB house on acre. 2 BEDROOM, 1 bath, Florida room, YOU will like the colors In this OPEN HOUSE .
Place. 374-9910. 3 BR 1 Bath, CCB home, built gas heaters. gas range util. Rm. large utility room 2 car carport. ;3 BR, 1%$ beth hom If Vondon't. See real Aream living In Shadow
THE TIME IS NOW. 1961, screened: perch, fenced yard with Vi: bath. End. pump ladders Lot 100 x 175. NW location. Near Owner will chant'am. Best J-S P.M. Lawn Estates. Models 0"",.
KOREAN lovely trees paved street. Pay. t..llne fwrm ShpCe tree elementary school. Phono FR 6- buy at $15.750. Fenced yard, WW Exclusive NOrthwest F. D. Oliver Bl *r.Pk. .
ments S75 per mo. 1611 N.W. 44th Homestead exemption, 5Vi ml. 3669. Carpets, and cfra$s. Call FR 2- Residential t-ei4,
VETERANSOnly Ter. 376mo.PROFESSOR from Gainesville. M,000 cash. FR 3784 or see at 71* N.W. 19th Lane. Area FR
2-1541. FINLEY AREA 4 BR I bam CCB Conveniently LOcated West M NW 3ttk A'.. past '
$100 down. N.W. New 3 will sacrifice for home, Ig. weeded tot spacious to get around tn. Glee springs Marsoc
BR 1 and 2 Bath Homes. Immediate ONLY S450 DOWN Fla. rnv, fireplace, disposal, FM- J. W. tMN. So* alga *. kft. S
quick cash sale 4V old Lovely Landscaped
Do You Have A Room Apartment occupancy. All city services built yr. cue.torn Closing cost Included. TV rotator. Phone 3760436. Lot
3 blks. to elementary and house in Golf View, 2 BR $62 per mo. KIRK ATRICK n x 100 with trees
with ducted central heat NICE house.
and VERY 5 room Has
3 BR S72 mo. Spacious 2090 -
lunlor high schools. Price 112,2* I per Square
central -
air-conditlonlng. Ideal for Oak parquet floors patio with barbeques -
._ ., Or House to Rent? te 111,000 Including brick colo children. Fenced garden with I See Phone at FR 2030 2-02U N.E. 55th St. and, a rock water-fall Is CHARM tn S colonial l rrianner'oncorner a Feet McCOY'SMacoma
nials. Total monthly paymentsfrom paved walks and terrace.: Ideal near school and shopping center. I lot In Black Acre Brickand for enjoyable living
IlL Located N.W. 39th SL.N.W. for tricycles: : and skates. 12ft. NOT IN SUBDIVISION 3 BR, block Onlr'$10,400. Call 47J-4381 In Mel- frame dbl-hortg windows With 3 bedroom. 2 baths, cypress
13th and 14th Place. Call2.U.U swimming pool 2li ft. deep. 4V shingle colonial. Kirby Smith 'triufters,,fireplace, carpet > bedrooms paneled den, living room ,
dally and 6-9048 nights. 14x24 LR. Tiny kitchen 1 large & St. Patrick Schools. Near 1 baths fw. car ga- dining room built-in kitchen,
REMEMBER-A rental vacancy COSTS BUTLER BROS. BR, 2 sm. BR's, 1 plain bath, Park. Fenced yard fireplace, rose.NEW rage. $23400 plus family room. S2,000. Inc.For .
4 BR 2 bath. Ig. LR, kit. & laundry room. Needs redecorate hardwood floors. $11,500 Owner. SPECIAL In so many ways: 'Size: FR Sale very attractive 3-
screened porch. air conditioner ing and yard work. 114,500, HSQO Phone FR 2-2734. 3 bedrooms 2 baths 11W.1fl1 NW 11th Road I bedroom. 1-bath home. 4417 ,
I YOU MORE than the ad that will rent Near Elem. & Jr. High VA cash and $44 mo., Incl. taxes LISTINGSTHEIR Area Littiewood I E. University Ave.; walking S
loan, down payment flexible. 372. Ins.. and VA mtg.. payments at I Bonus A playhouse distance t* Lake Forest
1854. 4'. per cent Int. Will throw In REALTORWEEK Terms Very flexible I Schools. Price sizjoo. $5M
it !IHere's stove, rig., and other things. Ph. Price: $14,400.00Mortgage down and. per month.
LOSS could be gain. _
FR 2-0376. 41\ pet.
SEE BEAUTIFUL Cad Gerald or V. Q. McCoy
See this excellent listing. Three
SPACE for your grand piano space House FR -770.. nights i FR
I bedroom two bath centrally heat- for your.full-size_buffet. space for t5ata"O&
I N. Main
MALORE GARDENSFOR ed and air conditioned house with corner
what your Vacancy COSTS YOU REALTOR your king-six bed, and elbow ndt3r1 BlVd.Quality.
Florida Room and screened porch
THISOUTSTANDING room for you and all the family I
I Overlooking a spacious: landscaped too. Today

EVERY DAY until it is rented : HOMEWe WEEKSPECIAL SPECIALSNew garden. Superior construction and reasonably
priced at $24,500.90.LAKE
offer for your Inspection this I 400.00 DOWN and $8000 per ROSA frontage and a year 1 PM TO 6:30 PM
fine new home. located In beautiful month will buy this three bed- round, modern masonry* 3 bedroom Homes
IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: Malore Gardens, lot 20. 3 Listing room house with Florida Room. house with 4 car garage 1926
miles south of Campus on Ocala: 3 bedrooms 2 baths extra large Range and refrigerator included.: and large lot. Recently reducedto
Hlway. Are looking for home WESTVILLA
you a immediate
111,009. Ready
$40 $1.33 day family room. The kitchen: comes 2 bedroom masonry home and :334 NE 9th
per mo. per with size & utility In a pre- equipped with and occupancy. Consider rentingfor ST.
Situated on large wooded lot, ferred neighborhood? Call us range oven ACRES OF LAND ONLY T/a: a six month period. !
constructed of Ocala limestone about this 5 BR. 3 bath, masonry brick fireplace. Living room and miles from the city limits. $1,. S N.W. 16th) Ave.
$50 $1.66 day family offer wall to wall New 3 Bedroom
per mo. per block. 3 BR & den kit., laundry dwelling In the Ltttlewood room 000 DOWNI
carpeting. Central heating and
space: entrance porch and foyer area. A few of the features are: 2 Baths & 37th St.
$55 per mo. .. $1.83 per day large LR with fireplace, sep. central heat, extra large Fla. rm.. situated qualified on Buyer paved down street.payment FHA SI,. BLACK ACRES We have 2 lovely
3 bedroom 2 bath
dining mvfamlly rm combination double carport and storage, pa- masonry
large double carport with tio, kitchen with disposal oven & 450 full price 21750. homes In this very desirable area. PRICED TO SELL .
$60 per mo. . $2.00 per day generous storage facilities. range all located on a beautiful CALL US FOR DETAILSI TERMSWALTER
PLUS FEATURES corner lot. nicely: shrubbed and 4004 N.W. TERMWALTER

$65 mo . $2.16 per day 1. Near the new Gainesville treed All for the 130,000 ACREAGEwe hav severallarge
per Country Club price with only $2,000 down for a ,13th PlaceCentral S and small tracts of land
available. CALL US NOWI
qualified purchaser. Don't let
2. Designed by local architect:
air and
$70 per mo. . $2.33 per day 3. Near new elementary school this one get away. Call for an heating conditioning are offered In Central this-
4. only a few minutes to Med. appt. promptly to Inspect. 3 bedroom, 2 bath residence. John Merrill grA1 STUBBS, STUBBS,

$75 per mo. . $2,50 per day Center and downtown Beautiful large live oak shade
3. Loveliest lots
located in Malore In Gardens town are Tom Dobson tree. Drive by then call us for Realtor J. W. KIRKPATRICKRealtor INC. INC.
details on this reasonably priced:
,$80 mo. . $2.66 per day
per home. MULTIPLE LISTING 31 N. Main Phone FR 24404MemMf
Call today for InformationFR Agency Phone 372-1494 Multiple Listing i "We Trade Homes"HOUSE "We Trade Houses"b4I2
2-4625 or FR 2-8334
$85 per mo . $2.83 per day Building Lot ASSOCIATESMARCELLA ASSOCIATES: I
2908 NW 13th St. FR 2-1473 PARDK Floye Mathiasen
H. H. Parrish, Assoc. Realtor This lot Is located In prestige W. H. BUCKHANNAN A. W. Reese Capt. USN, Ret.
$90 per mo . $3.00 per, day Member Multiple Listing i area 'lust off of N.W. 22nd Streeton -...............-.........--.............",.--..........-.- I
N.W. 7th Lane. $6,750 I Is the

$95 per mo. . $3.16 per day GLADYS SMITH price.: r HUNTING?


I Acre: lot In prestige area with Economy and comfort can be yoursIn
four bedroom panelled home. Two this 3 bedroom 2 bath home. ,
fireplaces, rustic exterior. Price Full price $13,250<< $400 down payment -
CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR Is $21,000. Call 372-5393. to FHA Buyer. Why pay THESE HOME VALUES HOMES TODAY: .
rent? Dial 372-3522 for complete


attractive: home, with central like this 3 acres outside of
SUN RENTAL WANT ADS heating and fully air-condi City limits. In exclusive: section. Act NowVery
tloned. This was one of the new House Is modern In construction Norwood .
homes In the 1962 Parade of With large sleeping area. Guest choice large custom built $15,400Three
home In beautiful wooded area.
Homes Show. Let us tell you cottage. Living room witrf fire !
West outside city limits at $32 -
more about this one. place. 130000. Call us at 372- /. Hope
1393. 000. This won't be "on the mar.ket" bedroom. two bath colonial mode All brick ;

FLORIDA masonry PARK 3 bedroom AREA. A home pleasant for long. "H" Inc. front corner lot, paved street all city services walkto
35 Houses for Sal! 35 Houses for Sole a nice let 110 x 154 located within 5'i PASTURE 1"nttlJnn1III elementary and Junior High schools. Only $550 S
fenced. Two bedroom
walking distance to J. J. Fin- house.acres Deep well. Price is $12- We Trade Homes down; only $94.53 per month complete. These homesare

HOUSE and lots In Lake Shore lev Elementary School and Gainesville 75COO and can: be financed.: or Property new and almost ready for occupancy.
NO DOWN PAYMENT 3 BR. 2 High School. Owner leaving 1115 NW 40th Drive I
central air Homesltes. Price S12.SOO. For information town.
cond.bath. Central Northwest.heat S1MXXJ. Call call 3722840.BY 3 Br.2 Bath tflRBflhlffiBiflhilillhiN1lonlffiS 1 S

; 374-2957. OWNER Mason Manor 3 BR, GOOD BUY. Owner leaving town The following are ready for $13,500
and must sell, 4 bedroom, 2 bath
2 bath, cen. heat built-in kit., We must sacrifice this occupancy.
McKINNEY huge screen porch: paved dead I built-in home. living room family room, -Our inventory is too
: end screened
end street, shaded lot. reason 3707
N.W. 21st M. I
much-We will toke
porch.: Central heat and central
ably FR 2-2378. mode 'with double
priced. Three bedroom, one bath acCess -
GREEN air conditioning. Priced: to sell. $750 for out equity. ::1B bath. $4jo down.
I elevation lOOx
3 BR. Fla. Rm Carol Estates, You to master bath. Stunning exterior ,
DEATONREALTORS near schools.: Pay low equity FINLEY School area. Attractive 3 assume $17,000. e 100 foot lot. Lots of windows. Only $450 down FHA.
& assume VA loan with $77.94 bedroom 2 bath masonry homeon Approximate mortgage. 1442 NE 16th PI. Monthly payments only $81.00 per month.
mo. payments. Ph. 376-0539.. nicely landscaeed, large lot. ARNOLDREALTY Hurry to take advantage 3 BR, 1 bath $350 down. t
Immediate possession. May we of this. $9$ per mo.
AnglewoodAn S-ROOM FRAME house, screened: show you this one. $15,000Three
porch.: reduced for quick sale, COMPANY 2024 NE 16th Terr. I
attractive well built ftcme 12. 95. Phone Cephls Goodman, MASON MANOR. Very attractive 4 GLADYS SMITH Multiple Listing Member 3 BR 2 bath $350 down. Sf3-
situated on a beautiful landscaped 528-4384, Williston. bedroom 2 bath home located on 121 W. UnlV. Ave. 372-3522 ,
lot. 3 Bedrooms and 2 a large lot with fenced back yard Associates Pete Sieg 1115 NE 5th St. per week. a; bedroom two bath Sherwood model, 1200 '
tiled baths. Large patio Wall 1 BR CB city water lot 50x140, Ideal for children. Walking distance REALTORAssociates Jane Caldwell F. W. Hodge 3 Br. 2 Both square feet of modem living space. Only $100 down :
to wall carpet in dining and paved street down payment $200 t. Westwood Jr. High. Central : Jim Sheppard Charlie Mayo 3330 & 3320 VA or $450 FHA. Monthly payments of approximately area.Priced All to modern sell -conven Call and $50 monthly. Immediate oc heat and air conditioning. Anna H Insert Florence Burns Bob Kalkman Jimmy Greene Our Loss Your Gain NW 30th AY*. gl $91.00 per unit complete.$12,25C. '
cupancy. Located near bus line Caroline NOVel Ben Griffin 3 BR 1 bath, $500 dn, $79.50
FR 2-3417 for appointment. end Stephen Foster School, 1114 UNDER $10,000. New 3 bedroom Member Multiple Listing %Y OWNER, 3 BR 2 bath, dishwasher -Our inventory must per mOo
i NW 39th Ave. See it and phone homes built under FHA specifications 5- swimming pool privileges. be lowered We will
Holly Forrest: 374-7170. and available to qualified 3 BR., auto. washer cent. heat Small Phone down 374-1583.payment VA mort.' take $750 for our eQui4617 SE 1st PL
buyers with FHA financing. No & air cond. 15700. $700 down. gage.
Attractive 3 B.R. 2 bath Ocala FOR SALE BY OWNER. NW sec. Phone 372-5514. ty. You assume $13,600 4518 & 4608 SE 2nd P1. i .
Wm. Shenkel
taxes. ,
I closing costs and no city ,
Block Home situated on large tion built-in 3 bedroom. ,2 tile baths, 4002 NW 13th PI. (Appro) mortgage 3 BR, 1 bath. $400 dn, $41 Our best buy at a popular price. Three bedroom
corner lot Sunken living room paved appliances street, connected double carport to WESTS IDE. New residential Subdivision E. C. "CURLY"KUEHN Hurry! We must sell oar mOo I one bath home, new and distinctively different at $400
with fireplace. Florida Room Air sewer. Small down payment. opening soon. Acre lots TRI-LEVEL HOME 3 BR, 2 Bath now! 303 SE 38th St. down FHA. 1 100x100 lot with trees $7",00 t month

condition Dbl. C.P.. Modern Central heat kitchen and with Days. phone 3723824. After tPJW. tell streets now more being about paved.this restricted May we sep.heat. dining built-in rm.kit., fireplace equip., screened cen.- JR. Cr3l4SE39thSt. 1-1304 total payments. Newly clean and ready for a family.All .

refrigerator Designed for luxurious 376CitSPACIOUS residential you area outside city lim patio dbl.-car/ garage, West. Homes uIfs, Income. Bns- 3 BR, 1 bath $400 dn. U4pr city services, walk to elementary, and Junior High
living. Call FR 2-3617 its. wood-G.H.S. area. See at 2247 laces .aks Property. mo. = schools.
N.W. 14th Ave.WESTMORELAND. Farms and Acreare. 3236 NW 29th Ave.
Norwood All of these homes located N.W.
3th Street
E. C. "CUHLYKUEHN.. Jr. 3 BR, 2 bath $450 dn $9t I are on ,
Madison Park: Over 2900 Sq. Feet living area Tn 3 BR 2 bath 63* N. MAIN ST. per mo. N.W. 13th and 14th Place and are readily accessible
Owner departed Desirable NW. this unique home. 2 king size Ig. living room. Ig. kitchen, sep. FR C-2032 Broker FR M344 Hope = to downtown medical center, VA Hospital and
location F.H.A. financing. Only BR's 1 smaller BR. Huge living arate dining room parquet floors, 3301 & 3311 nearby shopping center.
large Fla. famIly central oil -- --------
750.00 Down for this attractive room room big heat double carport
3 B.R. 2 bath home. Priced below room builtln elec. kitchen. Also Ig. corner: lot. Low equity & as- "H" Inc. NW 3 Oth Ave.a .
market Near school and shop extra kitchen with stove. sume VA loan. 807 NW 40th Dr. BR 2 bath, $400 dn, $91 151 WHY PAY RENT?
ping Call FR 2-3417 for appoint. Ret., S> washer-dryer. 2 tile baths WATCH FOR per ma.
ment 3 A-C; units. HW & tile floors. 3 BEDROOM house for Sale by IMPORTANTANNOUNCEMENT Homes
Some of the most gorgeous pan Owner. Partly furnished. Near Wt:; Trade 3224 NW 30th A,.. Sales Office N.W. 39th Ter. in Palm View

elling you've ever seen. Open University. shown by appoint Cooperative apartments to or Property 3 BR 2 bath, $550.dn. $f* I
ment. FR 2-8889.
beam ceiling. You'll have to
per mo.
be built in Gainesville. For
to believe exists. Can
SH such 3 BEDROOM. 2 bath, CCB home Information call FR 62921or emmmffffB7nnmfttggw00pmIg/! E
be used as two large Apts. So located near Littlewood. Terms to write aJIIIIIIIttllllllAII-IIlllUlmlllllllll1ll/Jlll! / Estates.BUTLER
convenient to town. All this and
more for $17,700. Excellent: terms. suit buyer. Owner moving out P. O. Box: 13956 ALL OUR HOMES ARE FOR RENT BROTHERS
of state. 3723793 621 N.W. 35th
M..M. St.N.E.. Gainesville Fla. FOR YOU TO ENJOY 114 Sf 7th St.
UNIVERSITYREALTY SECTION. For sale by owner, University Park YOU WILL JUST CALL. 1 Year Lease, $95 per /
2 BR. paneled Fla room, large 1123 SE. 4th STREET _
PARRISHAND lot, 2 air-conditioners, FHA 1515 Apts. FR -5301 or FR 4-7W _JJllllIIIIlRlnllllllUlIIIJlRI_ _______ Phone: FR 2.9545 rfUyJ PR '.'048 "lints
N.E. 6th Ter. Call for appoint.
372-842. 1IIIIIII! !I mIIIliRllJlllllBllIIIIIiIIIIII lllllllllllfll I
1115 N. Main St. Ph. 372-4351 ASSOCIATES, INC. .--
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Fred Guy Jayne Butterwreth lAsso.. S. E. McLaughlin, Frank Wayne Hill Helen Graham
Cot. J. W. DavIs H. J. Wlltshln I Roby, Roy MeCann T. C. DOUg. Carolyn Gardenhtr Mary parrls
Multiple 'Listing las Jr. 19 N.E. First St. Tel. 372-537



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BOATS 6' MOTORS OUTDOOR RECREATION I _ DINIr4 tOTci4r, !: &0 ROOM Northwest area. Yet this beautiful and

WHO WOULD LIKE THE 76th 24" GRILLS a lfi" 00 tO''ei4'. unusual home can be yours for only

HUNTER Fiberglass FRANK Flshlg9 lr PlywOOd 11511150 boltS. HOOD-SPIT AND MOTOR : 00 : J! S $12.250 FHA with only $400 down ond
Introduced by
Boat $4Ut

.yh. Heart Of East Gainesville'" $7515th

FRANK 'HILPOn-S Check: with Charlie : :
SPORT CENTER Fit 2-17j. List .t Classiflcatlons t. choose -3 : : ,.

Horn.FIshIng of Boats.McCULLOCH HUNTER. Fiberglass _ _ from S S ._.

Trailers and JACKSON Sailing ONLY DEALER Skiing Swtmmlng-Diving. See It Today In Fernwood Manor

Canoes. JOHNSON Fishing Eguipment.Wheri I All Cry Service .
Quality Sails Itself"" SEA HORSE MOTORS CApcl1- ." _
SALES AND SERVICE Safety Items. cd-I"- L..toJC ROOM: : rto QOOM I-... BtD Poor.
20 14W. 14th Ave. lone Star Boats. Orlando Clipper S : Short Walk to Elementary .na* Jr. High Schewlr5scI1' l.
FR 2-5011 or Fit 6-6893 801ts. lid supplies. Sailing rigs. Golfing Equipment q".III. so...,.e.. Directions: Drive West on 16th A U.. turn left

8AIRD'S MARINEr Tennis Equipment .,. JSth St., drIve 4 Ikeks t* Fire.I .
Thru Fri. 5-6 p.M. Sat.6
: 601 S. MAIN ST. woo4 Manor.Butler .
other TImeS' by Appointment
Baseball Eq lpment.

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Want _
Sun; "" '
BE CAREFREE Plus many inany mort. : 411 ,

EnJoY a clean and healthy pool. S S l
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Supplies Ii Monthly Cleaning S THE NOY ADo .
service.FR .
2-3363 6-0060 2-3171 $ER\1CE DIRECTORY sk
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FUll in the Sun section PHONE 372-8441 S FR 6-9048 NIGHTS.



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12B Gainesville Sun Sunday_ May 24 1964

40 Business PropertiesGOOD 42 Farms & AcreageMust 42 Farms & Acreage. 43 Colored Property 44 Cottages for Rent 45 Furnished Apfs.
- 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses For Sole 35 Houses for Sale -

going business for sale. SELL new CCB 2 BR home. BEAUTIFUL rolling 2 to 5 acre HOMES FOR SALE BEACH HOUSE on Crescent Beach FURNISHED Apt. for rent S55 per
BRICK HOME, fenced wooded lot. IVi mile North of Sperry Plant, NEAR ALACHUA, convenient to Dance hall. beer bar, snack bar In LaCrosse with 3 acres. Price estates. Choice of wooded or 2 & 3 Bedrooms. SE 14th St. & a few weeks still free. Call FR mo. Weter turn Call FR 2-1823
4 BR, 2 bath Ig. living rm.. practically new 2 BR. home with Copeland's the G.E. Plant or building 40 x 80 1 acre land, reduced $8,500. Good terms. permanent pasture.. 7 miles westof SE 7th Ave. Some no down pay 2-5281.. or FR 2-3794.
Fla. Rm., a. screened porch. full tile bath on 1 1/3 acre shaded Gainesville. New 3 BR house with located near High Springs on 4431175.Sim. Gainesville. $600 per acre- ment. Some small down pay
For information ONE-1 BR turn. apt. with private
lot. 57000. Phone 376-4294 after i H. Da- 441. come to be the first to make choice men:. Monthly payment $57 to
Elect kitchen, cent neat & air 10 or 20 acres. Jasper
Motel 41. 5 ml. No. of High ent. Also a.2 BR apt with air
Call Wi. Also homes built on 45 Furnished Aprs.
cond. Many extras Including p.m. vis, Alachua. Phone 4621502. or see United Farm your
.. swim club NE Springs on 441, Lake City road. Agency372.29$4.. tot for no down payment.Call conditioner. Walking dist. to
membership. sec
SPACIOUS 2 story 4 bedroom. 2 TOMMY RIDGELL town. Call FR 2-5514-
tion. Reasonable down payment. FOR SALE BY OWNER 4 BR. 2
i frame house. Swimmingpool. IF want a bargain in Builder FR 2-4175 FURNISHED Apartment for rent
bath you a good Phone
$123 per mo. Call FR 2-5953 bath. Ig. Fla. rm., utility area. FARMS RANCHES ACREAGE with Rm., CLEAN 4 room apartment. Closeto
N.E. Phone FR 2-3738. I grocery store. all colored trade. living bedroom tile
N.E. 6th St.
evenings. separate living rm. dining rm.. RURAL PROPERTIES shopping. 609
call You must have collateral bath, air-cond. 1, 2 bedr o o m
kitchen, me. Want Ads 44 Cottages for Rent $65 month.
wall to
wall carpeting in BY OWNER attractive 4 BR. 2 Apt. FR 29569. Phone FR 2-1391. per
& good credit. Ph. FR
IDYLEWILD Owner leavingmust living rm.. glass sliding door Air cond.. ROBERTS C.
bath lovely yard. SMITH. REALTORU.S. large pat i).
6-7231 days FR 2-0641 nights. 1 BR living room
sell this lovely home. 3 BR. 2 leading to 16' x 24 patio fenced- cent. heat dbl. util. rm.. swim Hwy. 441 Micanopy. Fla. FOR RENT 1 bedroom furnished built in
!- Bath Fla. Rm.. ent. hall dining in back yard. 1325 NE 12th Ter. dub membership. Walklna dis- 1810 NW 6th St. Ph. 444-3129 FURNISHED 1 BR cottage all apartment. Clean and cool. $60 walk-in closets FR large 2-3826.
f. Rm., dbl. carport oak floors, $19.500. tance Metcalfe & Howard Bishop. electric tile shower good ventilation month. Water furnished. Call _kitchen. Phone -
4 bedroom 2 bath house might be
w draperies air-cond.. central heat $98 mo. 2832 NE nth Terr. Ph. rezoned for professional use. Price Get Results 2 ACRES 10 paved miles out. located on Santa Fe Ronnie Hay ward, FR 2-4761 or NICE 1 BR furnished apt. Private
r fenced back yard. $21500 with 51,- TEMPTING BUY 3762349. 9600. Ph FR 62472Weseman Comfortable older 3 B.R. home Lake. Phone FR 2-5458 or FR 2- FR 6-6134.: bath & entrance. Hot & cold
r 500 down. Call 29026. 3 Bedroom. 2 bath, kitchen built- NEW Realty -. 1113 N. Main St. with modern bath; 16 bearing pecan 8169. NICELY furnished convenient water furnished. $SO per mo.
K,. FORD. 1961 2 dr. t cylinder, stand- In, central heat and trees; Whole price $4,000.00. downtown area. $75. Also garage Phone 2-9704 or 21995. ,
ard shift. radio & heater, 30.000 air conditioning. Fen ced backyard 3 bedroom 2 bath homes near Requires $3,00000 cash. OUCHI ADVERTISE IN THE apt. air conditioned. $90. Adults UTILITIES FURNISHED close in.
t'!" miles. $895. Will trade. Phone Outside city limits. Priced school V.A. nothing down only 42 Forms & Acreage ARCH. CAMPBELL REALTORPh. SERVICE DIRECTORY only no pets. Inquire Lillian's 2 rooms, private bath. off-street
64409. very reasonably. Located 3945 $100 closing. FHA minimum 3765707. ANYTIME Music Store. parking. no pets. 15SW 2nd PL
rr: N.W. 36th Street. Phone FR 6- down payment. N.W. 6th St. and ...... ...- --
3 BR, family rm. home. Treed 29p9. 37th Place.NORTHEAST.
r lot, Liniewood, Westwood dist. FORDYCEACREAGE
a. Top shape. Avail. Aug. $15.100.
; Satisfactory financing. 527 NW 35th Redfranks : 3 bedroom. 2 bath home, many r
'S St. Ph. 376-0417. built-in features on large lot. FHA '

2 BR Home corner lot West Park financed $500 down payment NEW LISTINGS ,
area. Reasonable payments. Ideal Approximately 20 acres. $4,400
r for young couple. Available by RealestateTHE DAN BYRDASSOCIATES beautifully high and rolling. Just
June 1st. See at 1031 N.W. 55th off a paved road. Excellent for !
Ter. FR KENTUCKY COLONEL & Ms INC.Jack truck farming. Wonderful soil.
lady will enjoy living In this i
E 61351.M modern Southern Colon I a I DeYot Realtor Small farm. 18 acres with beau
home situated on ONE AssociatesE. tiful view. $5,000. North of
E. Stone
r ACRE of well maintained Gainesville.
Walter Stoddard
grounds JUST OUT Approximately 160 acres $110 an ,
: Gracious & Spacious SIDE CITY LIMITS. Modern 825 N.W.Call 13th Street 372.2511 acre. 12 miles from Gainesville.This .
night or day
built-in kitchen CENTRALAIR property Is an excellent '.
3 BR. 2 bath. C.B. appr 2000 sq ft CONDITIONING. All ARMY Officer transferred must buy and won't last long. '
living space restricted residential rooms are extra spacious. sell. 3 BR. 2 bath Fla. room.
area. Fla. room Ig modern kit Including Living room. Separate In N. W. Near School. $15,500. FORDYCEAssociates :
r chen dbl. garage. like new. Ex dining room Florida Negotiate equity. FR 25043.
elusive. Call for appointment. Call room. 3 bedrooms. 2 baths.
STUDENT sacrificing 2 bedroom Inc.
Mary Moeller.Spacious large foyer. Winding drive .CCB home. Partly furnished including ,
thru the grounds. MUST app( and washing mach. 926 W. Univ. 376-1236 '-
: & It minutes from Univ., few weR
Ideal for
profes blocks to grade school. Ig. lot. ACREAGE
: Charming sional man or executive. $7,500. 4117 N.W. llth St. FR 2-
Just .
524.500.BEFORE 4635, After 5:30. 1575 Acre working cattle ranch
Older home. near J. J. Finley.
w within 35 mi. Gainesville 1
3 Br.. C.B.
r Realistically priced. YOU BUY or build you
ml. pavod road highway frontage
L R Dining rm family room & owe It to yourself to let us
Landscaped yard. lovely show 37 Real Estate Exchanged well fenced $125.00 per acre with
study. you this NEARLY nice 3 br, cent heat & A-C home tS 2 .t x
: area $14,750. Call Mary NEW home with well estab ? m44a
included. Call Mary Moeller.
lished yard. 3 large bedrooms ,: ar'ro v v a: .8xw.vRerxr
TRADE 1962 Lande Home 2 BR.
2 baths, ,,,
: New Listing living room glamourous of entertainment 10W52 for 3 BR home Gaines 40 Acres 10 ml Gainesville off .. bv.y rr A a
home. 3 BR ville. Cash difference If price state Rd 26 $350 per acre
See this charming proportions separate din- '
C.B. Fla room with fire place. ing room panelled Florida right.Trailer Contact Park.L B.Starke.Earls Legion S.W. TV* acre Ranchettes, restrict.ed. iia.reaIkxf :.:. .... ? .:.,._..__. ., ..-wmscw. ?'.... +? .. ..,.. o w..
Ig yard. excellent neighborhood room with old brick fire
17900. 51500.00 equity. Monthly place. Oak strip floors. Cen
payments like rent. $125.00 month. tral heat & AIR CONDI- 38 Real Estate Wanted The ChesterfieldA
lots available
S.W. one acre
Call Mary MoellerSuburban TIONING. Big modern kit

.. chen including Disposal. TEACHER wants to buy 3 or 4 95 acres. Colonial Home. 2 lakes
Dishwasher Built in stove
: Beauty & oven. refrigerator & bedroom country home with on property. borders on another -
.. in within 25 ml. Gainesville.
or home nice older
3 BR. C.B. lot. 159 x 105. sparkling washer. Double attached ga- acreage fabulous
?. & cozy in country-like area rage. Excellent westside lo section of town. Send details to 530.000. good terms. Call Mary new brick-front home with 3 bedrooms -
near shopping. $12.750. Excellent cation. Shown by appt. only. box 424-M. Gainesville Sun. Moeller.
2 baths
: financing, call Mary Moeller. Call .FR 6-0817. Asking only family room, kitchen with
$25,400. 39 Out of Town Property 2-Story home In Melrose. Large
: yard. beautifully landscaped. Tappan built-ins, separate dining room, entry !
New Listing Claude M. "Red"
Franks Realtor
Jumbo brick. quiet simplicity. 3 br' Myrle lassiter. AssociateWm. HOUSE FOR sale In Keystone 2 Story home. near Gainesville. Approximately hall, and a gigantic I 13'4" x 20'4" living room. i h :
Fla room & breezeway excel E. 'Bill- Harris Associate Heights Fla. 3 BR... 2 baths. 1 40 acres. Suitable for ;. I
lent condition and priced on to- 7 N.E. 1st St. Phone 376-0817 acre lot will sacrifice. Appraiseat guest or nursing home on lake. 1 r

: days market.Budget Res. 372-7943 376-2927 Call$18,000.3761168.will Gainesville sell for, after 14990.5 MARY MOELLER. REALTOR As Low As $104.06 Per Month J

MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTING p.m. 1019 W. University Ave. FR 6.4471REALTOR

_: C.B. 3 br. 2 Home bath cent heat. Buy I.. (including insurance and taxes) II'i i t.or i '-

like rent. $1X500. Call Mary ]

_r- Moeller. Nothing Down V.A. ($100 closing costs) o ,





IMPORTANT INFORMATION Bring the family and inspect our newest model

r MOELLER I Ii WEEK ( Reading Time 1 Minute) home today from 1 to 6 p.m. On display for the ,

I i first time The Chesterfield is only one of fourteen

:Hw: Kirkpatrick & Pierson has long been proud of the
REALTOR built-in quality in Highland Court Manor homes- newly-designed Kirkpatrick & Pierson homes in

Highland I Court Man
: 1019 W. Univ. Ave. FR 6-4471 and so have over 400 H.C.M. residents. The following or.

.. Mary Member Moeller. Multiple Broker Listing features found in all our homes (not just the most expensive

>> Associates i ) illustrate our efforts to give you MORE HOME you're here, walk through other modelsFOR
E. W. Moeller Foster Kessler
-. REAL ESTATE YOUR MONEY. You'll agree when you compare. under construction. You'll find three and four

w Owens-Corning fiberglass Insulation certified aluminum windows bedroom homes several with family rooms -

: central heating optional central 'air conditioning adequate
ranging $13,400 11> $18,200. Monthly payments
wiring for all future needs modern cathedral beam ceilings -
television wire built-in telephone outlets In master bedroom and from $79.34, (including I insurance and

; FORUM"Home kitchens spacious storage areas Wolmanlzed pressure treated taxes) There's one to fit your family and your

lumber foldaway closet doors full landscaping and spot
i pocketbook! <+<
sodded lawns paved streets, curbs and gutters full concrete

E GUIDE driveways storm drainage city sewerage double stainless

steel sinks gas or electric Tappan built-in oven and range -

: by The James Co. Ownership"will range hood with fan and filter safety edge Formica cabinet DIRECTIONS :

tops custom built-in cabinets Wall-Tex vinyl paper in kitchens

-- ville.The Inc.James. Builders Co. of of Gainles-Kings- be discussed in open forum and baths colored bathroom tile and fixtures built-in vanities Drive North on Main turn right at NE 23rd Blvd.,

berry Homes for this area will In all baths Moen Dial-Cet tub and shower fixtures plus
continue to NE 12th St. and turn left. Follow signs
be happy to answer any ques- Gainesville's only resident-restricted Swim Club and Community

-_ tions ing home you ownership.might have You concern-might Wednesday May 27 Center. to model I home on NE 31st Ave.

be one of those ,people thai
__ now owns a home but found
that it is now Inadequate. if 8:00 P.M.
this is the case. a call to The
.. James Co. could very well
.. solve your problems. By this First Federal
we mean trading in your pre j Court
sent home. Savings & Loan Lobby Highland

There are a number of questions -
that we can answer concerning

S.. trading. We feel that HCM the swim club
by talking with us you can community:
pick a suitable floor plan and
exterior design that will suit sponsored in the public interest by
p your needs. from our many

..... A get plans call all that to the the we facts James keep about on Co.hand.will any The Gainesville by Kirkpatrick & Pierson, Builders & DevelopersSales

type financing any questions
you might have without any

.. obligations on your part. I Board of Realtors Office NE 23rd Blvd. and 11th Terrace For Information Phone 372.3471fully

We have lots available In I
most any section of town for
you to choose from. ..
: I
Jimmy Womeldurf and Gene ..
Paramore have over 30 years
combined experience In the
construction of homes. By care
ful supervision by Jim and
Gene, it will enable you as the
homeowner to get more home
for your money and certainly
makes The James construe
: tion to be beyond compare. 4

By building primarily the
.. Kingsberry home we feet we .
.. have a great advantage and sodded
great opportunity for you as Village
the purchaser to pick design "
and floor plans that are create 1
ed by some of the country's
leading architects.

If you desire complete Information J
call The James Co. and
we will be happy to come to
front lawnsAT
your home and spend any Green
amount of time necessary to -
.. explain The James Co. system
of home ownership. c ,

: We can secure FHA. VA and ; 1

several different types of conventional
M financing. NO EXTRA COST .1
Let us mention a few of WITH ALL VILLAGE GREEN HOMES
the Homes that are either under
construction or in the t
: planning stage. AT NO EXTRA COST:

4-Bedroom. 3 full tile baths
with over 2300 Sq. Ft. living
area. You must see this home REAL PLASTER WALLS. for greater resale value.
.. to appreciate it. We will trade H

on this one.JBedroom. TERRAZZO FLOORS for a lifetime of

: IV* bath with
hardwood floors located on ; easy-care. SIDEWALKS. .. for your children's
well shaded lot. Small down- _

: payment. FHA.Construction .to start soon on .-r' + ;.-- ;. safety. GASLITES for charm and elegance.

5 V. A. 3-4 Bedrooms homes '
CABINETS. for I lasting beauty. BRICK
in N.E. Gainesville. Call now : : : FORMICA :
S and make all color selections. ,< '; .
All these will be brick veneer. FRONTS. for low maintenance and a look ;i

We have 40 lots on 39th Ave.I0trx276' .-.;.... .,- .
Pick a lot and house r
plan to suit you. I' : _"'fr' Mr of distinction. J

Now under construction 3- t
Bedroom 2 baths with 1453
Sq. Ft. floor area double carport ._ sryrseY.; .., -.., .
a on shaded 100x276' lot. Will i
trade on this one. ; : Y. .9i i 1. '
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Builder of Kingsberry 2837 N.E. 15th STREET
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46 Unfurnished Apts. 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. 64 Household Goods 66 Mise .For Sale. r- 66 Mfce .For Sale.

70 Boats-Marine f4uf,. 72 Office Equipment
II r CLASSIFICATION XfI 2 BEDROOM unfurnished apart R lOSE'S Lawn Mower Service. 1
ment. :323-B N.E. 9th Street. $65 1110 NW 40th Ave. 3 BR, CCB T.A-G APPLIANCES NEW clothes for 11VV fashion dolls am back at old stand, 516 W.
Month. water furnished. R5187 home, separate dining rm.. car. Tested and Guaranteed Vt retail price. Many unusual designs University Ave. I buy. sell and 25' Crlscraft cabin cruiser. hull GAINESVILLE'S largest volume of-
after S.SPACIOUS. port, front porch. Near Stephen 42 Refrigerators from 139 up Must see to appreciate.10C4 trade. 1st class repairs, as always No. C-lt-062, power with Cris- flee supply dealer ChesnTi
t I ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE Foster. S30 per mo. 374-5920. C Ranges from $39 up NE 5th Ave. FR 2-6512. craft KL-105 engine In first class Office Equipment Co. Invites you
2 bedroom duplex kitchen condition. Price 2500. Boat docked to come in and shop. or call for
11 M'm rUmS 17 Washers from $19
J equipped, 4146 N.W. 10th St. UNFURNISHED house for rent 3 upI GE apt. size refrigerator I late at Old aay Landing, Suwan- free delivery. Chetnvf Office
of Tnank II Wanted U from ? Boat
B Card BUT Dryers $4 upS 70 Marina Equip.
Call FR bedroom, 2 (bath, kitchen equipped *-
S Let FewU n Machinery ToeU I No pets. $85 mo. 6-1897, Urge yard. 2110 N.E. I2tti Food-Freezers from Sf up model $50 aT best offer. Call nee River near Camp Azalea Equipment I Co. 106 W. Univ.

4 rersoMllied $..rvktpI fa Building Materials = Ter. 372-4450 2 Dishwashers from $49 up 376-112 after- 5:00 P.M. 41 Fiberglass boat trailer & 27 test cruiseby arrangement. Call Ave. In Downtown Gainesville.
Travel Informal* :4 Household Good E 47 Houses for Rent Furn. II TV Sets from $35 up RcA PORTABLE record- player & h.p. Scott motor, with many ex Archer 495-2121 during day or ADVERTISE IN TUB
S Special Notice t Antique CLEAN: quiet, 3 BR 1 bath home JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. leather case. 45 speed. Good con tras. $500 cash. Phone 372-0786.. 495-2402 at night. SERVICE DIRECTORY
7 Florist M Misc. For Salo 5 near elem. school, $100 per mo. 419 NW 8th Ave.Ph. 372-5303 dition. S2S. Call 374-1131.
a Baby Sitters. CWId Car 67 TradIng Posts ON LAKE GENEVA I bedroom, 515 NW. 36th Ave. Phone 24989.
I Places T* c. And C8 Articles Wanted large Florida room, month or MODERN 3 BR, 1W' bath,' air-con- FREEZER CHEST TYPE. Guar fF-SOMEONE IN YOUR FAMILY
anteed. Can deliver. Is
flings To BeeAUTOMOTIVE C9 Fkl Oil Wood year. Mathewson Manor. C a U ditioned with large screened hard of hearing encoura g e ,
1A Boats GR 5-2530. Refrigerator service in your him to enjoy the benefit of a hear
Marine Equip. porch
carport and utility room
home. No service charge on re ing aid. .
71 Camp Hunt. Flih Z BEPRQQM tipley at 201J S.E. With washer-dryer connections. pairs. Wanted refrigeralors and AID CO. 620 NORTH
I :s Airplane Sales-Bental 13 Office Equipment 2nd Place. Corner 21st St. House at 601 N.W. 36th Ter., $125 per freezers needing repair. FR 2-1330. STREET. OR PHONE FR MAIN BRAND
17 MobU Hornet for Salsa 72 Musical Merchandise = open. Call FR 230. mo. Call FR 2-1476 .r FR 4-2735. .-

Trick for Salsa 02= VERY nice, 2 bedroom, CCB carport BUNGALOW fyrnjshed 2 BR air-; UED40" GE Range $4950 TRADE-IN SALE
Easy Spinner Washer 49.50 .
79 Track Wanted and front porch. Furnished conditioner, located downtown.
U Tractor Track KemUlsa REAL ESTATE FOR SALE I including automatic washer. Near $75 mo- Call Mrs. Jones FR 6- West. dryer 3950 1 EIna Freearm $60

I Trailer Rentals school and shopping center. $110 5434. West. Refrig. 69.50 I Singer featherweight $65
SS Lots for West Laundromat 40.00
U Motorcycles Scooter
St AnUmobll Repairs 34 Waterfront Property 02 month. 311 N.W. 20th Av phone MODERN 2 BR home, spacius lot. Easy Com. Wash Dry 9500 1 New Home Rotary $45

85 Automobiles for Bale U Homes For Sale == 3723039 on school bus route. 3 ml. from HICKS RADIO & APPLIANCE I Pfgff Model J 16 $62 NEW
M Swap CarsEDUCATISNAL 28 Cottages For Sal. 2 BEDROOM house completely furnished Brooker on hiway 231. Call Z I Singer Portables
PORTABLE duhwasher. 6
; J7 Seal Estate Exchanged for summer months. Call 485-2711. mos.
excellent condition $150. Also 1 Singer Automatic
old : $85
38 Real Relate Wanted = FR 6-8869. ,
ONLY 1454 DOWN swivel chair, $10. Phone 376- I
39 Out of Town : Console $80
= IS School IniUvetle* 2 B R furnished house, no pets. Closing cost included. 0863. I
It Mail, aaelD,. 40 Basinets Properties 5 $70 per mo. 3037 SW ArcherRd. 2 BR $6% per mo. Necchi Console . $119
tl W 4? Farms A Acreage See at 2030 N.E. 55th St.
43 Colored Property Rentals g STORY, 3 bedroom, 2 bath furnished Phone FR '.eisa. HELPSAVE Attachment . $5
EMPLOYMENT 41-1 Colored roperty sales g house. 1005 SW 13th St. SEWING RAMBLER
17 Work Wanted Mali $125 per month. Phone FR 6- 2 BR unfurnished house avail. MY CREDIT

1C Work Wanted Femal* RENTALS 567!. June 1st. 150 per mo. 41). $E 17th I've been transferred cut of town, SERVICE CO.
St. Contact Clyde Dunn.RENTAL
It Sites Help Wanted 2 BR 4221 SW. 44th 5t.$9S.. credit dept. says responsible party
U Help-Male or rental 44 Cottages For Real == Call FR 2-3617 can take over pmts. on my furn. 815 W. Univ. Ave.
!I U Mali Help Wanted 45 Furnished Apts. McKINNEY GREEN INC. appliance now In storage. Group' 3761075E

Dramatic 48 Unfurnished Apts. g Realtors We have many attractive rentalsin consists of nylon covered sofa bed .
t 11 Feat*!* Help Wanted 47 flosses for Kent Fnrsj. S houses turn. & unfurn. also matching chair 2 end tables REFRIGERATOR' 10 cu"
48 Houses for Bent Cnfarn. s AVAILABLE about June 1st. Furn. matching cocktail table with mar-, ft., go*d condition; $-40. Ceil FR 6-passenger sedan ot
3 BR, 2 bath home Ig. screened 2-1071.
FARMS & LIVESTOCK Bedroom wile dresW
49 Room for Rent sM fenced backyard Lake Cottage, call proof tope.
2< Firm E..lpment Hotel Booms H porch with large carport shade trees. Good MARY MOELLER, REALTOR with tilting mirror on chest GE RANGE: 5 years 'oId-good never before price.
27 Feed FcrUlUcr Rentals full size bookcase bed dinette set condition. -
II Mise. FR
s81A neighborhood Close to high school 1019 W. University FR 4-4471 2-1362 or see at
t* Uvestock Sapplle Wanted To Rent s 8U of F. $150 per mo. Phone with foam padded chairs family U27 H.E. 12th St. ACT NOW !
t* Landseaplnf Top Sell IS Boarders Wanted S 376-7768 for appt. HIGH SPRINGS size Norge refrigerator with full LADfES -
,SO Pet Supplies 53 Office Desk Space Hit 2 HOMES for rent. One 3-BR unfurnished size freezer & crisper shelves on set in luggage. 3 piece matched
51 MTfsteck WastedFINANCIAL Bwineis BesOala = CLOSE in, 2 bedroom furnished one 2-BR completely fur. door, deluxe range U also Included. fUlly lined blue color fij Beauti-
house. 403 S E. 2nd $t. Call 372- nished; $60 each. Call or see S.E. This group originally sold for $96 FR and In JXCellent; condition. -
SERVICE 1 1185. Sapp, Realtor, Newberry, Fla. Now only/ -2"30..

M Business Opportunities 32: Special Services s VERY CLEAN 2 BR house owners 3 BR I Bath CCB house about 7 $263 CLEAN your rugs 5. Upholstery with
I 87 Mone t. Loan :;s Slums Improvements = have gone North until Nov. mi. from city limits of Gainesville amazing Lustre-Foam. Use our
i SS Mortgages 24 RadIo A TV Serrieo g 1st. Very good deal for right on Newberry. Rd. Call "12- take over pay Ippllcator free. Call Home Beautiful -
No down $17
money Furniture 63
I ;St Money Wanted 21 Appliance it FurulturiutmnfflmlllluLllnffl11llH0lltlmn02 family. Phone 376-2892. 2003 or 4722283. ments $225 wk ask for furnitureIn FOR 1103 N. Main St.
SALE TRADE. RENT. Furn. Un- storage at ,ecently. ecqulredn com-
W2Bmfi111lfflll11I- __H ___=- -- furn, 3 BR, Fla. Rm. BreakfastRm. 49 Rooms For Rent NATIONALFURNITURE pact Columbie Stereophonic $25.
45 Furnished Apts.. .. garage, fine location. 725 372-6626.
45 Furnished Apts. N.E. 7th Terr. 372-8223. Baaum. WAREHOUSE UPRIGHT piano, excellent
NICE downstairs close Blvd. FL 12561 $200 condition 6 Passenger Station
bedroom home.j rooms 3622 ; T.V. Set, S25
FURNISHED 3 ; Radio-
I TWO bedroom furnished apt. in, private entrance off-street Open daily ,-,, Sat. 9-4. Sun 12-6 Phonograph, $10. 303 NW
HOU 2 on Little Lake Santa Fe near Univ. & Alachua General Clean Mo. nice N.E.neighborhood.Place. Ph. parking. 531 SE 2nd PL Ph. FR Jax, FI,. Delivery assured any. or Call 6-2355. 36th St. Wagon at never _
1732 21st
private beach dock boat. $40 Hospital. Ph. FR 6-7955, Gaines I 22582. where. .
weekly. Call FR 6-4943. ville or write R. T. Stroud .P. O. 376-4873 6-4402 McDonald. I OIL DRUM stond. 20 gal" before price.

Box 365 St. Augustine. 3 BR, $75 per mo. 85 rm. LARGE clean cool room. access NORGE automatic ,",washer oil 1, $10; $80
to shower screen
NICELY furnished all private cottage refrigerator. Linens tent Act NowDELIVERED
Archer Rd. to Tobacco
type apt. 1 BR, screened LARGE. modern clean, 1 bedroom turn Go left over RR tracks, go$30.1 & maid service weekly. FR 2. $25. Phone. FR .6-7539. $40; oil heater; Emerson
porch & carport, cool shady yard. apart., $lS per mo. Call 1st rd.. turn left go Vt mile. 1185 or 2-1981. 414 NE 2nd Ave. air conditioner, needs re- -

No pets. 410 NW 24th St. Call FR 2-4625. W. Hunt. COZY single room front, corner, SMALL refrigerator for sale, po ; r. PHOne 372-9725
377-3087. window awning well furnished call FR 68869. after
1 BEDROOM garage apartment, FOR RENT 2 BR house furnished. 5.KITCHEN .
gentleman only. 231 SE 2nd
SMALL apart., private bath and entrance furnished. For rent at 309 S.E. 20 SE 48th St. Call GR 5-5743 near post office. FRIGIDAIRE refrigerator, washIng Range Kenmore
util. and linens turn., suitable 9th St. $50 month. FR 6-2641 or after 5:30 P.M. machine and dryer like Ironer $20. Hotpoint $80 GE
for quiet student or career 6-2930 Mr. Haynes. NICE room also small efficiency. 2. Washer, s-to.
VERY nice, clean 2 BR furnished new. Will accept best offer. Call 303 I-LW. 36tll Terrace.DDEALERorCitl.
,irt. Car necessary, tlO per week. -- house near Archer Rd. 5 minute beds private entrance. b a th, FR 25628. $2038
Available May 22nd. Call 376-515 1 BR trailer $65 per mo. No pets. Health $95 screened: porch. $55 Mo. 1 or 2
drive to per
I' _Ifter 6 30 P.M. Utilities furn. FR 5633.. mo. 3722316. _bachelors. N.W. FR 2-0779. SINGLE bed couch, table, high Band equipmentS If Interested
chest, misc. coffee tables Teak contact P. O. Sox 464
I FURNISHED apartment for rent NICE downstairs efficiency apt., SMALL 2 bedroom block house near LARGE rent room for men twin beds, Br. cults Walnut living rm. Icr Fla. Lake But-
for male only, air ) two Adults Call FR 6-
Campus. only.
Call FR 25628.
chairs. NEW
honing, central heating u t II. for working man or woman. 6549. refrigerator. Call 2-1J81, 416 N.E. and used cham saws, lawn AT RIDGWAY MOTORS-Plus Tax & Tag.
furnished. Phone 2-8433 or 64173. 531 SE 2nd Pi. 22582. 2nd Ave.LARGE WESTINGHOUSE automatic wash. mowers, edgers, tampers. light
I I FOR RENT Modern one bedroom room with private entrance er, $40; Cosco playpen, $12, like plants, cable. Wisconsin Briggs Ridgway Motors has put their entire inventory on special sale!

; EFFICIENCY apartment. private EAST SIDE house completely furnished. Ideal for businessman or woman. Call new Bathinette, $8; large car & Stratton, new and used mOo If have been thinking about a new car
''S bath and entrance. Very clean.Adults. for couple. Nice tree shaded lawn FR 2-8262. bed. $4. Call 376-4881. tors. Rental, sales and S5rvlce. you
and close to downtown Meyers Power this is chance to big !!
I 708 E. Univ. Ave. GARDENAPARTMENTS with privacy NICE rooms for rent. 1407 N.W. Uth Tools. 230 NE your save
and University. Only $65 Phone 37 :s.c11.
nth Road. Phone
2 or
CLEAN BR. upstairs apartment
a month. Phone FR 22357 or 6- FR 4-6083. 66 Mise .For Sale. AIR CONDITIONER
near Campus $90 per mo. I Coldspot, 12,
Phone 23329.DUPL.EX2BR. I NICELY furnished newly decorated 2SO volts eXCellent con- VACATION PLANNING IS

furnished apt. Gas Gainesville's$57 per month up Finest 1 BR house, $35 per mo. For ::1 room for career giri. Share bath ADMIRAL 19 cubic Ft. Refrigerator hurst dillon Trailer 5150. See Lot '63 Pine-

for cooking & heating. Cold information call 3761467. with one girl. Limited kitchen frost free. Good. $.45. English '
water furn. Private front & back I Furnished or unfurnished privileges. Phone 374-5426. Bike, Loaded $16FR 2- 'SOFABED. One owner bought '61 PONTIAC Bonneville wagon 60 RAMBLER Station Wagon,
entrance. Phone FR 2-4400. 1806 Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart. ONE bedroom house, $65 per NICELY furnished 3075. new 10 Years ago. Now .
room. Maid Phone automatic transmission radio
NE Utti Place. ment. 309 NE 9th St. Phone 376- mo. Phone 2-1529. service. Parking space. Reason FR 2-8297 after 5 pj overdrive, radio, heater, extra
ALL CHANNEL T. V. antenna jveekdays or all
ROOMY | BR, living room kitchenette I 9608. 2! BR, liv. rm., kit.-din. rm. comb. able rates. 210 E. Univ. Phone Double stack complete. Noth- 12' day Sat. & Sun! heater, power steering power clean . . . $995
I private bath & private 1 BR, 1226W NW. 8th St., $65. nice neighborhood couple or 1 FR 67423.IN ing elsa to buy $15. Brants. $200 u'LJiti! boat & motor: brakes, extra nice, low price.
I entrance. No pets. Apt. 208. 204 1 BR, 419 N.W. 2nd Ave., $55. child. 2106 SE. 46th Ter. $75 private home nice clean furnished 513 N.W. 8th Avenue. Ity trailer; camping trailer, IISO; util.
( NE 5th Ave. Ph. 6-0266. EFF., 419 NW. 2nd Ave., $45. per mo 6-0609. room for reliable gentleman DOWLING'S UPHOLSTERY lanterns ,misc.4xr, $75; camp stove $1895 '59 PLYMOUTH 9-passenger

TWO Bedroom Trailer. $60; one 1 BR, 3505 NW. 17th St., $65. 2 t BR furnished air conditioned no drinking. Phone Chairs, low as $8. No money & camera, tools,
bedroom M*. On 5 acres. Adults 2 BR. 10104 W. Univ. Ave., $75. house. $90 per mo. Call 372- 5047. down, low as $5 per month. Teter SW 3rd St. Alachua See, John '63 FORD Fairlane 4-door sedan Station Wagon automatic transmission -

only. Sorry, no pets. 4611 N.W. McKINNEY-GREEN INC. 6934 or 6-6217. CLOSE-IN, lean, cool; maid serv Free estimates, pickup and delivery nlngs. Sat & Sun. eve-
6th St. Call 2838. Realtors FR 2-3617 ice daily usa of phone .service. All work guarwa.teed. automatic transmission, radio, radio heater powersteering
I BEDROOM cottage quiet cool ODDS ,
I t BEDROOM furnished duplex. TWO BEDROOM DUPLEX 1917 suburban area Just off N.W. 34th Melvin L. Smith 622 N.E. Phone 376-7786. Monday & ENDS SALE heater . . . $1995
17 2nd St. 4-1423. Only-Begins at 10:00 A.M. . . . $795
Newly decorated. SSO month. NW 36th Avenue. $52 per month. St. Couple only, no pets. Call FR TRADE your costly to operate Studio couch, .
I' N.E. 13th St. Phone FR 2-0374. FR 2-4224. 6-5555. __ 1 102 NW 13th St. Men-Women ELECTRIC water heater and chairs, tables, period rol-a-way furniture'bed; '

1 2 BR 1st floor furnished apt. large ONE bedroom air-conditioned apartment I and apts. near campus, day $48 for a new glasslined GAS antiques, stroller, car seat, T.V. 63 RAMBLER Classic 4-door automatic -

J rooms. screened porch clean, upstairs. $75 per mo. Phone 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. week 6-1082. month. FR 6-2937 or FR water water at heater.about half Much the more cost with hot HI-FI, bikes, picture frames, Mlft transmission, radio air.nditioning. -
freshly painted, sprayed monthlyfor propelled lawn
I 372-1529. mower, $45, used
pests. Water furnished. $60 $35 PER OUR LP GAS. PROPANE 3 times. Everything In perfect Extra nice $2095
RENTALSCall mo. Large
FORDYCE room ARCHER ROAD. FR 6-5110. 1
1 BR apt. for rent, completely
Phone FR 6-5883. condition.
per mo. the and office room, ventilation MANY OTHER ONE WEEK SPECIAL
our agency to find cross .
furnished, $65 per mo. Lights & h ITEMS TO
and KENMORE ome
S.W. 13th listed. best part of 321 HOOVER LIST. ALL BAR.
V REDWOOD APTS. 1 wish. Many city. N.E.
r water furnished. See at 301 NW house you 3rd St.DOUBLE. floor polishers, excellent operatIng GAINS Residence 3420 '62
St. New air conditioned 1 BR 2nd St. Also apartments furnished. condition 111.50 ea. PLAT. 21st Place. N w- RAMBLER Super 4-door automatic -
water furn. $90 mo.
apts. per FORDYCEASSOCIATES room with private bath FORM ROCKER. 1250. 376-4640. transmission radio i MERCURY 4-door auto-
Call FR 64427 or 2-6723. NICE 2 BR apartment. 3 studentsor and entrance with pool privileges. ROUND OAK table with 6 chairT 59 ; ,

YOUNG COUPLE or aged couple I couples. Now, or June 1st. INC. Call FR 64115 until 5:30; 2- BUYER'S CLOSE OUTS. Have newmerchandise Extra seat wasnstand with 2 Empire style love heater. Nice . . $1495 matic transmission, radio i I
Will lease for one 6-2721 daily. Special chairs. Wicker
preferred but no children or year. .26 W. Univ. 3761236UNFURNISHED 4748 iwght chaise I
pest Upstairs apt. Available now. er 4952312. Discount Prices. Always wel lounge. Reupholstered 2-p i e c e heater . . . $795
2 bedroom house LARGE bedroom, private bath facilities come. DIXIE MILLS SUPER sectional. Mahogany bedroom '
r Call 6-6512. SMALL furnished cottage, also 1 & $70 month. Unfurnished 2 bedroom for light meals. 306 N.E. DISCOUNTS. If S.W. 1st Avenue. suite with twin beds. Other house 61 FORD Falcon, 2-door, extra I
1 BR furnished apt. water furnished. 2 BR trailer for rent. Moore's house, $60 month. Furnished 7th Ave.. FR 21708. hold Items. Nearly-Nu-Furniture 59 RAMBLER Station Wagon
4131 NW 12th Ter $60 per Trailer J76-8164.Court 2330 E. Univ. Ave. duplex apt, $90 month. FR COOL quiet, study- room, adjoining SIMMONS, grey HIDE-A-BED frezze upholstery Slip covered like Shop. 316 NW. 8th Avenue. FR sharp, heater . . $945 radio I
6-7466. 4-4892. automatic transmission
376-2930 ask
mo. Call 376-2641 or sleeping porch kitchen privilegesto new. $90. 2 pair gold drapes ,

for Mr. Haynes. TRAILER & cabana 2 BR fur. HOUSE for rent. See house 2400 right people. Between Campus length 54", $I pair, FR 6-7978 STORK LINE crib, in good condition '61 RAMBLER 4-door American heater . . . $795RIDGWAY
1724 SE 47th
rushed $55
per "'0. BR 840 and ,
NICE, freshly painted 1 Bedroom. blk. Hawthorne Rd. 2 town. See 202 N W. 12th Ter. after 5:00 P.M. with Simmons mattress

$45 per month. Phone FR 6-6481. Ter. Couples or couple with monthly. Medium standard house. Call 6-5368 or 6-2100. :- $30; upholstered bedroom chair. heater . . . $995
I See 15 SW 3 Avenue. small child. Ph. FR 21576. Call FR 22840. to rent. 41 LADIES cotton uniforms reg. $S; mapla bookcase, $5. Phone _ _ _
\ $2f8 all colors (No white), closing 12-5881..
BEDROOM completely furnished SUITABLE upstairs apartment for FOR RENT OR SALE 3 Bedroom 50 Hotel Rooms out 129.
/ upstairs or downstairs near boys. or a family.; 317 N.W. 2nd 2 bath central heat, built-in Boy's and girl's knit tennis shirts iiD model organ, 1 Used auto
shopping center. See at 612 N.W. Street. Call 6-6512. stove. Call 485-3811 after 3pm. VACATION AT FLAGLER BEACH reg. $l.8', size 10 through IS, 4 9 washer I Mo Ped Motercycle, I

I" 10th Ave. .r phone 6-354. $75 i-BEDROOM, S room apartments 2 BR. unfurn. house with stove HOTEL.ocean breeze.Enjoy miles Request of beach- cents. real good garden tractor and at. MOTOR CO.

per mo. 7th Ter. Available June large yard quiet street, $45 per discount card for SPECIAL patron SUM. DIXIE MILLS SUPER DISCOUNT tachments. O. G. Harrison Rt. 4
with porch. 1st. Seen by appointment. $75 Phone 3329.. 19 S.W. 1st Avenue Box *-AvTorn J" ATelier Rd.
2 BR furnished apart. mo. MER RATE ON ALL ROOMS. $5 south
at 411 N.W. Month. Phone F R 6-3825. Gregg Construction. 1132 S MAIN ST. FR 2-8433
t Near University. See LEASE or SALE. Prof. moving. DM. Each add'l $1.50. Sgl. S3. SEWING MACHINE ,
I 15th St. or call 2-4647. $5S per 3 Br. 2 bath. Hardwood floors Ph. 439.2099. Walter Green, Owner. 1964. Automatic Zig Zag. Looks J 33 model Polaroid camera. Like
46 Unfurnished Aprs. new. *50.
mo. double Ig. wooded lot. and sews like new. Makes Call 37246U.
garage In .:: --
stitches with drop -
& ROOM furnished apt. nice Faculty neighbors. ;3436 S.W. fancy r -- ------ --- _=- -- -
button holes, sews on 1
1 51-A Wanted To Rent cams
clean. For married couples on TWO bedroom duplex, kitchen 20th St. buttons, blind hems, overcastsraw
ly. Adults, no pets. Rent rea- equipped. $85 per month. Bath, complete kitchen, edges, darns & mends
3 BR 1 FURN. 2
I 3767844. 3BR house
Call or
sonable. or equally
See at 4166 NW 6th St. near schools and shopping cen- large apartment for Sept. 1. Only $5812 or 7 payments at IS SHAW & KEETER
I apt3 private entrance Manaro'sRestaurant .
information 3722051.
TWO bedroom apt. available immediately ters. For ; Call Roger Hatten 374-9361 er $8.55. Call
I & tatH. Lights & hot water lower level of duplex FR 24690. .
student ; John Hundley 372-9128. PHILCO refrigerator. 9 feet. Good
preferred. Ph. FR 6-5824. 'stove and refrig. situated 3 BR house at 1311 NE 14th Terr. MEDICAL- STUDENT desires condition. $45. FR 6-0326. I bought
r about 3 blks. off campus. 1105 Stove & refrigerator, $115 per a ColdspotlG.E.
CB duplex. 3 rooms newly decorated NW 4th Ave. $89 per. mo. Phone mo. Phone FR 6-2472, Weaeman private home within walking
distance of J. Hllhs Miller Medical
private bath and entrance FR 6-5871. automatic washer. -
Realty. Center. Must be availableby 454-1977
furnished, dition. Reasonable price.
(, hot water and for Barbecues.lights Ideal NEW 1 BR duplex apt., kitchen J BR house with 2 screened porches June 15th. Will lease for entire High Springs Fla. I bought a Ken-
nice yard or girls. equipped. $60 per month on a bi NW section. Good condi year. Write rates & address morelMARKHAM'S '
2 3 gentlemen
for or
Reasonable. 814 N.E. 11th Ave. year's lease. Ph. 376-8372 days tion. Water furnished. $75 per to 4610 SW 75th Ter., S. Miami, Mcintosh
376-7327 evenings.LARGE FR 6-3268. ext. 2523. Fla.
Sat. or Sun.. after 5.30 pnw.ek. mo. Indian River oranges & grapefru
furnished kitchen Stove refrig 8. Venetian blinds stove refrigerator and heater. Seat and other furnishings appropriate smoked sausage.
In Waldo
ON 301 '
furnished. 1018 SW 8th Ave. $15 4431 NW 13th St. $70 month. to this period. Call '

bedroom. etc.and Weekly private rales.bath 468-1184., all utilIties. ask per for mo.Mr.Call Haynes.3762641 or 6-2930 FR <-IJ4l 6-2938 Mr. Haynes. or Florida 2-1213 Players after 5:00 6-3261 P.M.ext. 2671 30"dr.KENMORE Philco refrig.gas$85 range; 10,500, $65 BTU 1, TO WIN NATIONAL CONTEST?

NICELY furnished apts. for rent. 2 BR CCB house at 1070 S.E., 110 volt air conditioner dent
I 1 1 BR apt. 2-2 BR apts. 503 1 DESIRABLE well located 2 BR 21st Ave. $50 per mo. Phone 2-. WANTED Sm. hourse or quiet midifier, $165; maple dinette table -.
duplex apt. with utility appliances 4136. apt. furn., Sept. '64 to July '65. $25 other misc. items. Phone
Ave. --
I. NE 4th furnished. Avail. June 12th. Renal Faculty couple. Like &1I' i 2 ROOM one bath garage apartment $85 monthly, yearly basis. No CLEAN 2 bedroom house kitchenfurnished. good heat. FR 64704.
ver"quiet neighborhood, children, pets or studentt. 115 838 SW 9th St. $80 I ONE hide-a-bed end tables and i 1964 FALCON 4' .I---- _
FR large wing-
suitable. for one person or cou;. NW 13th St. Phone FR e-532 month. University Realty 54 Business Rentals coffee one N.W
pie. Call FR 6-1730. or FR 6-6833. 4351. backed chair. Inquire 1817
1t....... T.r.-.._
NEARLY new modem office or 30 GALLON glass-lined gas water

: location at 3733 West Univ. Ave. heater. In good condition. Call I" ..-, -
I SERVICESI Ph. FR 6-2472, Weseman Realty. 2-2903 after 5.00 P.M. or week -

1113 N. Main St. ends. Reasonable price. uri'w -- '---- -,- ww .,

: GARAGE space tot rent 613 S.W. Chrome dinette set and 4 chair ii-iri-- : : :
2nd St. call John Merrill Real with turquoise cover $25. 906 .
tor. FR 21494. N.E. 20th Avenue.PATIORAMA

1000 ft. warehouse space .r usi- sliding doors, complete -
! And Business ness in the 200 block: SW. 5th 6* x 4'8", heavy type ", a- i-
I St. J59 per mOo Call 6-2641 or Sized aluminum. Traverse rod -
6-2930 Mr. Haynes or call, 2-4068 and drapes One If traverse rod, "
Mr. Mizell. left draw. Phone 376-5085. Self Adjusting
Auto Glass Plumbing
FOR LEASE OR SALE. Use as FRIGIDAIRE electric range full Brake
SEWER INSTALLEDNEW offices or retail business. blk. size with warmer oven and deep 6,000-mHe Oil
AUTO GLASS is our only busl- from Univ. Ave. behind Colonial cooker, good condition, $oO; four
& used fixtures complete
ness. Immediate Installation; plumbing service "BIG" JIM Plaza. Call 372-8695 .kitchen bar stools, $8; small $ Chang*

free pickup & delivery. Add HUGULEY, Gainesville PlumbIng formica desk, $10; Stauffer Pos I 789 36,000-miU'
beauty 8value to your car.MAULDIN'S FR 2-1589. I 56 Business Opportunities ture-Rest reducing lounge, cost SPECIAL Lubrication
AUTO GLASS CO. $150 will sell for $75. Call daily
321 NW lot" St. FR 6-J558 UpholsteryUPHOLSTER EXCELLENT downtown Sinclair after t PM. or weekends 376- S Oil Filter anJ

Service Station -open and doIng 2348. Air Cleaner

BulldozingSMALL your furniture at business will lease to responsible .MILL ENDS HENDERSONS
reasonable prices. Call Sally. party with adequate MILL STORE, U. S. Hwy. If. 1 I NO But Our Trading Policy Is
bulldozer. loader dump Experienced FR 6-98B8 capital. Sinclair Refining Co. Crystal River Fla. Only 1 hr., ,
trucks, fill dirt, lime rock. Top Phone FR 6-0222 or 2-4512. 15 miiu. from Gainesville. Uter-
soil. Phone 3727846. RemodelingDO 12 LANE BOWLING ALLEY On W. ally TONS OF TOWELS a lid The Next Best Thing To It !

Univ. Ave. for lease. MILES OF FABRICS. Selection.
BULLDOZERS & Dragline, Backhoe .
YOU NEED Florida room, extra Quality Price. Irregular bedspreads -
grader., wheel Free estimates.tractors. W.motor G. room more room, roof work the for bowling the right alley man business to get with in a beautiful and one third Talk to anr Shaw (; Keeter customer (there' probably one near you right now) Let him tell

(BuckS Johnson, FR 6-6719 or maybe a complete new home? small amount of capital. Call FR Off, Lovely carpet ends. three how little it takes to own o new Ford T-B ird or Mustang. When hear HOW little
For a free estimate, & guaran- 6-2641 or fit 62930.Uk for Mr. fourths off, first quality/ Cabin you you

: Concrete Waters teed ,work 372-8049, phone Carl C. Haynes. Crafts perell sheets.carpets Throw and rugs rugs, and$1.98 Pep-up. you'll think he bought {It WHOLESALE. It's not true. Our trading policy is the secret. It guarantees -

DISTRIBUTORSHIP available. Item Tel. 7953399.CoIman9S.000. the best can buy!
you money
CONCRETE finishing. Walks, allied with new construction. SSOO .
drives patios slabs and shuffleboard Sewing Machine Repair Investment secured./ Write Box BTU forced air heat
etc., expertly done. Estimates _427-A, C-O Gainesville Sun. ing unit. New Ignition transform

Call 372-3884. anytime. CALL-SEWING CO. 815 MACHINE W. UniversityAve. SERVICE $300-$400 Weekly-Interested? er.372-1228.Excellent condition. 8100 cash. 2 MORE EXAMPLES OF SHAW & KEETER TREMENDOUS VALUES!!

370-1075. We repair all Franchise available for ReVeal BRAND NEW 64 FAIRLANE BRAND NEW'64 FULL-SIZE FORD
Landscaping Makat. Work fully guarant Small investment required. Write RARE COINSPENNIES
$1996 $175 I $2096 $175
Applionce Repair Tires -. Alignment Mr. Hal Himeistem. 79l West
Grass-Sod-Garden Mam-Nursery Drive, Harbor Island. Fla. NICKELS, DIMES and
Air Conditioning stock of all kinds.CREVASSE'S Broke Service SILVER DOLLARS.; Key Dates & TOTAL PRICE DOWN TOTAL PRICE DOWN
NURSERY DISTRIBUTORSHIP to taverns restaurants Commons. Call Larry Levin at

Landscape Co. VACATION SPECIALON stores for beautiful 10 FR 2240 between It ,-.M. and
FR 2S14 for free cent to 25 cent candy end drug 8 p.m.
A.I HANDYMAN SHOP : famous nationally known Mohawk specialties earning high immediate MOTOR
First in air conditioning and Appliance -:I tires . Save up to cash profit. Expanding manufacturer DUE to divorce have a like new
repairs. We sell guaranteed Mortgage Broker 50on new tires. SM our AW win furnIsh complete career W44 model Zig Zag Automatic KEETER
waShers. refrigerators. etc. wrap around retread that gives program with exctvwve feo sewing mechine: tnat doe every SHAW & COMPANY
FR FPl'1nd conventional at lowest more mileage & traction. Lati- tory connecti n. Write: CHE. thing. W, would tike someone te
40267.WE current rates. Terms to 25 mar Tire Co. 623 N Main St. 2910 N. 140) St., Pnila. 32, Pa. take vp payments of UM per
FIX IT years. Will gladly discuss It no mo. Small balance. Ph. 372-2051.
Any type appliance, electrical obligation. Call tomorrow.J. COIN-OP CAR WASH Scrying Nortluent/al ,, 'SrKfie4 Customer -
work or gasoline engine repairs W. KJRKPATRICK Realtor Tree Service On-The-Spot Investigation leaves no VSED rerngerator, gas range and Florida Since 1924 ,.'mw.m {1 -:=-: -" Our Most Mst.
don Immediately and economi 31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 2-8414 A-I TREE SERVICE doubt that Magic Wand". offers UJOOt BTU oil heater with fan. Imenftjnt

A cally. Pick up and delivery. Pruning demossmg bracing 8Ca. tfie most dependable equipment Heater almost new. Pttene77B1. VIJp
BUTLER .. SONS REALTOR blemg! & tree removal. Cavity and more attractive ana practical t.ifr'dJlttljy.Q}:

SERVICE CENTER FHA AND CONVENTIONALLOANS work & tree feeding. Lawn serv- building. Requires no at- THE best coats less if you l *t. Hague Ido!
1531 NW 6th St. 376-2866 ice and maintenance. Licensed tendant. Operates on low overhead water electrically. Find. out now'te i :

REFRIGERATORS electric ranges 1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 3723522 insured.. Free estimates. Troy gives excellent return. Callor TtftMff M4 get CMft divi '
and washing machines repaired Thames. 31-2UO. Jack Hoover, wnte Southeastern Magic dends. Cad Fuilgas. your Phiigas .
oervice. II MORTGAGE MONEY 466-34S2 Gainesville Fla Wand. K-Mart Plaza GreenvHIe, Distributor. 376-5392. fJ
and serviced. On day
South Carolina. Phone CE 2-8035.
5 4 per cent interest. Terms to -
experience C. A. Bohannon
years EXCELLENT condition double feed -
1960 N E. 23rd Blvd. f R 6--41" years. Well Drilling
BUY BUILD REFINANCECall 61 Wanted t. Bay wim bookcase headboard and
foam rubber mattress. Reasonable .
phone 2-056
Dan Byrd WANTED: water cooler, fntM C*
Appraisal Service 82S NW 13 St. Ph. FR 22511 QualIfy Work at Fair Prices. priced reasonable and In good BEAUTIFUL cater** mounted

GLADYS Smith Realtor. FHA t to 4" Wells. working condition. Call STJfiTl.ext. aUSsn. 6'8.., Al fHteouer,
and conventional loan Low Call m- 59I. .' 20. e-i weekdays. Miami" fit. Only JUS. Ttt TC

FRED L ARNOLD rate Term to 25 yell*. 122 CASH for your used furniture, refrigerators kle Box, 1490 Hawthorne Rd.
REALTOR W. Univ. Ave. 372433 WINDOW CLEANING stoves TVs clothing WESTINGHOUSE washing machine
REAL ESTATE APPtAISAL .-c. FR -3937.. William's lfS3 4
Westmgnovsc stave *r
FORDYCE and Associate* Inc. WINDOWS cleaned floor cleaned
|fl' W. UNIV.SERVICE AVE. PH. 3723522 Conventional and F.H.A. I o arts.Car and waxed house washed. II _ScNkc Center, Hawthorne Road. Chrysler piece 01 lake front property NSVI7
on LanG Pend. front footage
376-1236. Grace Fordyce yrs. experience
Ceailor Fortfyce & Associates. Phone FR JS' estimatts. 61 Machinery fir T.... 10-, depth JOOl.n ne FR 6-41J : :; ..
Auto EquipmentHYDRAULIC after 5:00 P.M. '
Inc.. 926 West University Avenue
TWO A.. Case combines with USED fvrmture.. Single bed. Sil ; :. '
motors. been for $500. Call or Upholstered chair $I. Reclines :..- ... .\.h:*4Mconopy OPEN'TJL9PHONE
: JACKS rebuilt & PAINTING Sun Want Ads write Eugene Haufler. Rt. 3, chair S5. Phone FR -fttl, :32* """ ;;;:. ;"
exchanged Repair tuts for Box 217 8. Gainesville! FR 4- $.W. 12th St.CLOSE. FR 6-5371 Archer ; JUl \ MON. thru FRI.

waikar I Jack,. Factory author, WANTED Painting. Free as.tmates. 3336.

ed Walker Hydraulic Jack .. No job too small.! BULLDOZER Caterpillar 10. Very OUT SALE
Service Aeeot. HULL'S .BRAKE DI-.. Get Results GOOd condltloa, $1708. Catt Alt 0* WaIl lI*'. fie. ad 23.8 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA
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L :73 Musical Merchandise 73 Musical Merchandise 73 Musical Merchandise 77 Mobile Homes for Sale 177 Mobile Homes for Sal 85 Automobiles for Sale 85 Automobiles for Sale I
WURLITZER Mahogany spinet
,piano. Queen Ann style. $450. PIANO. good condition. $100. C a U SPINET PIANO to transfer to 1958 HICKS trailer, I x 43. with DODGE '57 Royal. 4-Dr. AT. PS. PLYMOUTH 1961 2-door sedan. V-
FR 2-2487 after 6:00 P.M. good local home. Simply assume 11 x 3V cabana. Air conditioned BELIEVE IT Air-cond. -needs some minor repair 8, AT. heater. 4 new WoW tires. I
small payments. We'll transfer 3 BR. furnished. Phone 3767317. $445. Joe Boone. 4-0222 or Whte with black interior. $900 or
;Sun Want Ads ORGAN SALEOf and fully guarantee. Write for OR NOTSave 6-7'<<7. equity and take up payments.Mr. Largest Stock of New Car
details and inspection. Credit NOW SHOWING Edgar lWight.. 4621173. I
M Christmas Left overs. AU Mgr. 105 Dodd St., Rome Geor- 1964 MOBILE HOMES $400 10 x 46 2 BR fur DODGE STATION WAGON '61.
new organs. Savings up to 30 gia. 2 and 3 bedrooms all Floor nished only $3195. $350.40 down. good condition take up payments DAUPHINE 1959. Good I
Get per cent. Earl's Piano Co. Plans. Terms tailored to meet $54.09 per month. of $5<&.2" per mo. Call 4-8153 or condition reasonable price. Call I Trade-ins In GainesvilleSee
- 702 W. Univ. Ave. ]I)-2222 WURLITZER your budget. Drive a little and Over 50 models': to choose from 4-1510. -
America's No. 1 piano and 374-8414.
save.a lot at TRAILER MARTHWY.
i. organs are at Earl's Piano Co. FORD 1956 2 dr. V-8. Automatic
Gainesville's evclusive Wurl- CONNOLLYMobile Inc... 17 PHONE 328-1050 transmission radio good mechan- VOLKSWAGEN 1961 2 dr. deluxe. Our One Owner Cars
Home Sales. Extra clean. $1125. Will take
Mr Dealer 702 W. UniversityAve. ical .
6 condition. Call/ FR2.2809.
1 TO
Phone 372-2222. 2 Miles North on U. S. 441 trade. FR 44409.VOLKSWAGON .
Phone 622-1166 EAST PALATKA. FLORIDA FORD 1959 V-8, auto r & h, seatbelts
PRACTICE PIANO SALE Closed Sundays Entering Peace Corps. $500. 1757 -Recently
Yes! It's True! Upright pianos some as is. some TWO bedroom house trailer. $900, Ph. Gary Newman at 63211. ext. overhauled. Good condition. $475. Today
factory rebuilt priced from $25 one bedroom house trailer $750. 78 TRUCKS FOR SALE 5676 after 4 PJW. or at 24189. Call 374-8415 or 3722888.
and Gridley Music Co.
Gainesville Shopping Center. FR Can Monday be to rented.Friday Phone 9 to 5.:376-8234 FORD. 1954, 4 dr.. auto trans., excellent VALIANT 1943 clean WW tires. Open 8 a.m. Till 9
25353. condition. 24.000 act ual Small equity or
NO FLIMFLAMNO % TON 1956 Ford Pickup enclosed automatic. V-200.
FOR SALE newly redecorated 2 BR. steel bed. price $450. Call 376- miles. New tires. $475. Call 372- older car and assume payments.Call .
trailer & cabana. S600. Owner 2978. 8304. FR 2.3813 after 5:30 or FR
I leaving state must sell Immedi- 4-3142 in afternoon and ask for For Your Shopping
GIMMICKS! Automotive ately. Archer Rd.' Trailer Village 1956 and 1957 Ford pickups. Excellent HILLMAN convertible. 1958 Minx.
lot 16. J. Chaftec. cond. throughout. Will sell in good condition. $450 Call FR Bob both places. I II
either one. FR 3724904. 2-9702. I
77 Mobile Homes for Sale 1964 FLEETWOOD. 57 x 10. 3 BR. 1963 Oldsmobile Jetfire hard I Convenience
$380 down. Take over paymentsof 80 Tractors & Truck Rentals Mercury Monteray 1959 4-door se- air conditioned I
New 1964 CMC Pickups $70.83 per mo. James H. dan. Air conditioned. radio heater top coupe
FEDERAL QUALITY HOMES Brown Waldo. 4681755. white side walls. Exceptionally 4 speed transmission. Caris
4820 NW 13th St. 441 South RENT a truck one-way anywhereIn clean. Reasonable. FR 2-1313. parked on Univ. City
Gainesville 372-5113 123 years in Mobile Homes BusI- the USA. from United Rent- 1224 E. Univ. Ave. lot. See Mr. 60 FORD $778
Hours 8 to 8. Sunday 11 to 7 ness. Deals & Service to satisfy Bank parking
Alls 625 NW 8th Ave. FR 62835.
Service Is a must with us.WYATT. you. Special attention given to MERCURY. 1955. Station wagon. Foster or Mr. Johnson at
$175 DOWN U of F students. Butts Mobile Radio heater automatic trans the bank. Station wagon.62CHRYSLER.
Homes. Inc., across from Gaines i 83 Motorcycles & Scooters mission. Good tires. Good condi
ville Livestock Market. 441 Northat tion. 1 owner. 3722340. *1978
city limits. 3768361. 'I
LAMBRETTA 63 Mechanically ex MGA. 1958 Top condition like GAINESVILLEAUTO
$5611'; SHADY Nook Trailer Court. We cellent. No reasonable offer re- &cir conditioned.
Trailer I new Interior. Call FR 2-3056 aft 4-door. fully equipped
Month SalesHome have Installed sewer system. Can fused. Call FR 2-8424 or Univ. er 7:30 P.M. SALES
accommodate trailers with wash- ext. 2355.
of ers. We are expanding large OLDS. 1956. 4 dr. 98, radio heater. 1007 N. Main St. 63"MONZA 1978
Pacemaker Mobile Homes spaces. Available by reservationsonly. I 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS white walls. auto. trans. full power Phone FR 2-6313
Including: License tag state sales tax, life Shasta Travel and Trailers Airstream 3101 S.W. 34th St. $295. Will trade. FR 64409. Northcentral Florida! 4-speed. 110 engine. Radio Cr heater f
Ocala's First Mobile Horn Only 3 left at CLOSEOUT PRICES PONTIAC CATALINA
insurance and finance charges.
Dealer Since 1948 SAVE to $1,500 SPECIAL auto painting $29.95. Automotive 1960 4-dr. HT, new tires, air-cond., Largest 57 BUICK *278-
1923 Silver Springs Blvd. BANK FINANCING repairs and tuneup. auto-trans.. PS. R & H, Price Independent Dealer
Phone 629-1358 NEW. ICC wide mobile homes Miller & Sons. 732 N.W. 1st St. $1125. Phone 3769839.
Tropical Pontiac Ocala. Fla. Town & Country Trailer Sales Phone 3720080. 4-door. Fully equipped. _
3860 S.W. Archer Rd. FR 22290.
I 10' Wide used mobile home IT'S FOOLISHto Special. $2.50 for performancetest. 63 FORD $1978
CMC Truck Center large lot. $2895. 1 Mile S. of All makes and models. ENGLISH FORDPRICES
Paynes Prairie. For appointmentcall pay more. RECKLESS to Hawes Powers Motor Co.. Air Galaxie sedan. Fully equipped.
302 NW 8th Ave. FR 2-2583 FR '3052I pay less. GET THE REAL Conditioning Servicing Center.
FACTS. Payments as low as 204 N. Main St., Phone FR 2-
WE BUY 157-29 per month with J300 down. 2541. 60 CHEVROLET 578V8.
'., -..- '_ '. T ... I LAKE GENEVA
.''' I USED MOBILE HOMES Mobile Homes Sales 85 Radio and heater.
,, ..---.- -.-. Top AUTOMOBILES for SALE .
dollar paid phone 376X1571. Rt. 100 SE Keystone Hts Fla.OFFICIAL
-. -, '!. -- "' ... ., NOW START
CHEVROLET. 1955. Four door sedan 55
six cylinder, standard shift.
LOOK! LOOK! II 6483.First $275 takes. Phone FR e- 00 4-door, automatic trans., radio & heater

CORVAIR Monza, '43, equipped i $1395 63 BUICK 2278 ;
NO with radio heater white side P.O.E.
DOWN PAYMENT I wall Assume tires.payments 8.000 actual small miles.equi- Special, convertible. Fully equipped.' \

57 OLDSMOBILE2dr. ty.equity.Will Call consider,owner older at car 372-8441 for I CRANE MOTOR CO. 516 S. MAIN ST. 5878

Hardtop ...._...... $9 wk. I i ext. 33 8-5 weekdays. ..n ___. _._ 61 FORD \1
57 MERCURY4dr. Radio and heater.
Like new ....__.... $8 wk. I

Extra nice .......... $8 wk. NADA I l
Automatic trans., radio & heater.
56 FORD2dr.
Hardtop ............ $8 wk. 1 GET READY FOR THAT VACATION TRIP I 6

4dr. Like new ............ $8 wk. I I
59 FORD i Sport coupe, fully equipped & air cond.

4-dr.: Real nice ............ $8 wk. I. 60 ,
IMPALA 51278
Station 57 FORD wagon .............. $8 wk. PRICE I ;I Fully equipped.

Station wagon ............ $8 wk. 63 CHEVY II $2078 ri t''
White. Low i
Sedan De Ville. Factory Air.
Big Pulp Wood Truck $8 wk. I
63 CADILLAC mileage. One Owner. On factory $ QQC I Station wagon, fully equipped. :

; warranty. List new about $6800..T'___ J_ I 62 FORD T978 :

25 MORE TO CHOOSE FROM! .... : Sedan 6 with auto. trans. 13,600 '
/ Impala. Galcxie 500. hardtop, fully
COLEMAN MOTORS DO > miles. One owner. $ I *r-1d8

;302 NW 8th Ave. FR 6-1451 In factory warranty.o All_JO I 59 CHEVROLET t

OPEN TILL 8JrV / AAAE17A Coupe. 4 speed standard shift. Bucket seats. Kingswood station wagon, equipped. 'I

F NADA 00 IfflUNIiA 15,200 miles. One owner. 6 3 CHEVRO.LET $1978
=-;..s_ 1./; : .. j Barkley I' In factory $1QK .
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Price 4-door sedan.

1963 CHEVROLET. Impala 4 I Nova Sedan. Auto trans. White and $ -
0 62 VOLVOExtra ,
HAWESPOWERSMOTOR $2805 mission door: hardtop. power automatic steering trans-radio 2595 i 63 CHEVY I gold. One owner. In factory warranty. I JlD I 1378 ,
heater Air. Factory Warranty.

CO. $2785 to.1963 FORD.door rans. radio heater hardtop. power au- $2495- 62 CADILLAC Sedan& serviced De B Factory& G. Just air. Fully the car equipped. Sold I 62 COMET $1478 it
I $3795
New car soles have been terrific were loaded with. I I from.steering Factory Air. 4-to choose ; for that trip to the World's Fair. . . . . . _4-door_e, V8, automatic/ radio & heater. r's I;'

locally'" owned trade-ins. Completely reconditioned and :I $n 1 5 steering 1963. FORD, automatiC convertible' transmlsI power- 2395 I I Sedan. Factory air. One owner. $O/IQC 62 THUNDERBIRD *2978Fully

ready to go. I clan, radio heater 10.000 mile 62 CADILLAC Excellent . . . . . OtVJ
car. Factory Warranty. H equipped and air i conditioned. .

SMITTY like SAYSIf low $2655 1963 Fury PLYMOUTH Automatic. 2-door transmission hardtop. 2598' 62 OLDSMOBILE 98 Htop. Sedan Factory .oi.r- $2595 58 RENAULT *378 "
you don't our prices .
jl power steering radio heater. Fully equipped . . I II
MAKE US AN OFFER 10.000 mile car 4-door. extra clean, radio & heater.

$2355 1963 radio i .PLYMOUTH.heater automatic-door sedan.transmission $2295J2595 I /LI PONTIAC Bonneville. Htop. Factory! air. Electric $2495-I 60 PONTIAC $15-18

power steering. Fac OA windows & seat Solid vinyl seats. I II
Super Sport. Radio heater, tory Warranty. 10.000 Mile Cu.
/ /"Lir\/ Bonneville station wagon, air cond. .
64 V.FlkV automatic $2640 1963 CHEVROLET. Impala 2-door $ Sedan De Ville. Factory air. Fully equipped, one I
trens$3095 hardtop. radio. heater automatic I 61 CADILLAC
:'mission, power steering.64FORD transmission. Power steering. owner car. Jet black. .!Inspect this $2995 61 CADILLAC 2678 .:

Galaxie "500" 4 door hard-: one to see what a remarkable value a used Cadillac can be. Convertible fully equipped.
1962 CHEVROLET. I Impala. 4 _

top. Automatic transmission, $2170 door mission,sedan power automatic steering trans radio. 2095 Li Super 88 Htop sedan Outstanding $1 Of> 61 VOLKSWAGEN HITS

power steering, power brakes, $QftQ'i heater. air condltlonlno. I 0 I OLDS condition . : . . . . I O7D I .
!air conditioning. . . . $ Sunroof. Like new.
$161 1 0 CORVAIR. Monza. 4-speed.
,/r g\ i Fury 4 door ho dtcp. Radio- 1962.RadIO. heater. 1 1595r795 61 DOMTIA Station i wagon Factory air, power brakes. Local : 63 OLDSMOBILE 2778

UO PLY heater, automatic I I Uli I lAv one owner. This is a very nice $ M

:transmission, air conditioning. $2795 $885 1959 door CHEVROLET.hardtop. 6 cylinder Bet Air.stand-4 $ p station wagon. . . . . . . . . 1995 I _Fully equipped, air conditioned.
ard transmission radio. heater.
; jijj Kombi. Like new. l 60 MONZA $1278
63 8000 miles. . $
$1 stand- Spotless. Fully equipped.
1 095 1961 COME -kloor .sedan. 1045 G WWARRANT1 -
and transmission. i iI
I"/ SuPer Sports. Power steering 62 VALIANT *978
U-Z "pALA --1f ;
automatic transmission 1963 CHEVROLET Impala. 4 $ J I@m j
radio heater. $OfiQ' $2680 door sion. sedan standard transmis-- 2595WEEK YEAR GOODMost Excellent condition.

:17,000 miles. . . . . ZU7JJ1 of U.S. & Canada -=- =-- 63 PONTIAC$247tf-

4-do0ir station power I i
01 PLY brakes, auto- Tempest fully equipped.
steering, power END SPECIALS
jn.3tic transmission. Radio, heater. $1 61 ENGLISH FORD Consol sedan $595 59 IMPALA $1178
: 00'J ::
: Economy . . . .
. . . . . . Station _
wagon $795 4-door hardtop, fully equipped air.
:Air.62 4-door wagon Automatictransmission 1957 FORD Extra clean car L.1 Galaxie. Htop sedan. Factory air $129S-

FALCON radio CM rUKU & power steering . . . . . I 59 FORD *778

Meal heater. 17,500 miles.. . $1545 2-dor. V-8. 595! -Al- DAMDI CD American. Two door sedan. Stick shift. $OfjP- 4-door fully equipped.TRUCKS.
Sharp. . . 1957 FORD Standard Trans. .
Low mileage. Good mileage. . O7 JAH
4-door sedan Automatictransmission .
$1445 4-d sedan. Auto. Selection of models. Fleetwoods, Sedan De
radio heater. Clean . fUCW or OU CADILLAC
car. 'I 1956 V.ritV Transmission. 6 $ Ville; & Regular models. $

Valiant, 4-door. Radio, $1 095 cylinder. Local owner. Cream Puff. 695 Priced from . . . . . . . . . 1995

162 heate.r. . 63 FORD 1478

/"LC\/' .Impala, 4-door. Automatictransmisison 60 CHEVROLET With Station Stick wagon Shift.6.: $1 1 95 -ton pickup, V8. automatic.
\.rltY $11 QC 63 FORD
radio heater air. . . . II tJ 59 CADILLAC Sec.'an De Ville. Factory air.' 1995 i 1578
IF I----------- Fully equipped.: . : ... -ton pickup. Econoline.
Fury. steering! automatic _

59 PLY transmission, $745 : Super 88 Htop sedan 63 FORD 1578

radio heater. V-8. . . . .. 59 OLDSMOBILE Factory air. .: : $1195 1 .1 I 1/z.ton Ranchero.
4 -door, str. Power -

y59 PONTIAC steering. $ 59 CHRYSLER New Yorker Htop coupe. $1 1 095 61 FORD 1278
1095 Factory air. Reduced! .
power brakes. Rodio heater air. . '.v !/ -ton pickup.
'" -- -- __
4-door, automatic transmission, ,p 1 1R CO DnilPEAV 403 Sedan. Sun roof. About 28 miles ----
157 PLY $450 60 CHEVROLET$978
Radio, heater, power $ ftC Y _J7 rCUUfc._ !! per gallon on highway. . .

steering. 1 owner. . . r /JSedan. t.-.. :"" """- ----- ...- Vz-ton pickup.

/rf 37 FORD lion, .radio Automatic heater.transmit- 1 R 1964 FIAT $1199 58 OLDS 98 Reduced convertible.: .I.: .Leaded.. . : . . . . S595 63 CHEVROLET 1578

Real nice car. . . . $495 I 2 DOOR 58 PLYMOUTH Sedan. $395: I Corvoir panel.

2'door. hardtop, automatic I EXCHANGE WITHSEDAN Air nditianer. ... .... . .


heater. $395 I ON TO OUR LOT! S7 CADILLAC I Air Conditioned. . .'. . . 5O01 USED Bring us the deals
Real Clean. . . . . I others turn down.
Features at NO additional Cost:* Bel Air
56 CHEVRO! FT ; $495 O( We don't,meet
Standard Shift. V-8. . . .
HwcsO Powers Bucket seats heater defroster dUAl electric windshield wipers. CARS Competition.We .

windshield washers. self cancelling turn signals undercoating. 55 PONTIAC CA ou rr..v-8: : $250 MAKE
1 : ;. ... . . . ItUNIVERSITY
safety belt anchors leatherette upholstery bumper guards. ivy at At OK S/g

I (front & rear) courtesy tights, ashtrays emergency tool kit. C'3 Good. Dependable $1QC-

Motor Co.SEE JO BUICK transportation . . . . . I YD
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: J. L Smith. Frank Gray. Wilbur Sligh i i
Mac McCullough i
Valiant Chrysler Simca j, B&GMOTORCO.
Plymouth -Imperial-

Sales and Service [ "1n The Auto Game Berkley's The Name" CHEVROLET
"We will not be undersold or out-traded"

312 N. MAIN ST. I 2201 N. .MAIN. ST. i NEW CARS: 115 S.E. 2nd St .................... . FR 6.7515 Gainesville's Largest Volume Dealer

FR 6-3400' I FR.2-4373. .OPEN SUN. 1.6 I USED CARS: 2001 N.W. 13th St . ... .. FR 6-7515 I I 16th At Main St. Phone FR 6-7584

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J 1950$150 Model casn.Good.-V-a Phone paint.Ford FR,1-car 2-door 4-3571 owner., after good y3 J. :NNY HIPP Northcentral Florida's No. 11ndependent says:

W44 A3 Comet RENAULT.......2,000.....:.miles......$1195$1395 BIG
,... ...... .
61 Renault $495
63 Renault I ..:....::......:. $7951 i I
.. 1962 1960 Vouxhall.Ford. Galaxie$350 .. 1495 VIE MEAN BUSINESS! f
t Phone 37?34 of FR 2.024s.. WHY YOU
MUST SELL PontiaC Catalina 1963
t factory air-conditioning, powerI I I
-r steering, power brakes RAH NEXT A-l :
$2,500. Call 15457.
1961 PEUGEOT 403. excellent con-1 i DiscountedTo
ditlon 1 owner. $999 or best
offer. Call, FR 15953 evenings. ,
I RED 1960 Alpine, new paint lob, SHAW
wire wheels, good j I
Phone 376-7824 after 5 COfIdltion.l I
KARMAN CHIA, 1958 Excellent I :
condition. Phone FR 2-6545 2720 I
S.W. Archer Road. Private Own- d

EXTRA er. clean car, WJ to U95. 1.
91 day 50-50 guarantee.' No down
payment, small weekly or monthly Clear!
payments. H 4 H Motors
1636 SE 3rd Ave. Phone 3723749. I
1964 4-door alr-cond. CHEVY II
Nova. This car Is one month
L old and Is being offered at $450 2.
below lowest available Gainesville
price. Call FR 6-9950 days
1960 or 3725032 RAMBLER evenings deluxe six. 22.500 DURING OURENDOFMONTH

actual Needs minor miles by body original work,owner.other- I
wise perfect. Reasonable. Movingto 3. PRICE
Calif. & must sell. Call C. H. is
Marlowe FR 21369 after i P.M.
SACRIFICE reconditioned 1954
Chrysler. All power air-condi- SELLTIC
tiontng' new tires. Call 376-8547 NORTH CENTRAL .
after 5pm. I I
JEEP station wagon for sale
motor lust rebuilt. Call 4852881. PRICES ON
DEATH In family must sell '59imca
$ also '48 FORD and '62 DEALER YOU SAVINGS
ALPINE Roadster. See at 2818 N.
E. 12th Street. n
BRING out the best In your car.
Superior Autopainting a body 63
work. Fast dependable service
free pickup delivery. WRIGHT'S rj XL500 4 door. Radio, heater, ,
\.,. FR BODY 69707.WORKS 2031 NW 6th St. air i conditioning.i i Automatic i i r"j % 63 VW $1645 63 BUICK S3895

CONSUL. 1961 all extras, excellent I white. . . . . .r.a. .i .. }, .
condition: $600. Phone 3728907 't v :
:JF *
See after 5 at 1617 N W. 10th 'J '!: 2-dr. sedan., R & H.wsw Convertible.' Electro, 225. AC.AT. PS. PB. R & H

300 Ave.body SL'; Mercedes excellent I with mechanical fiberglass: con-I Galaxie 4 door. Radio, heater 63 59 (HEY M3952dr.
dition. $1500 Phone 376-0861 f t1
air conditioning automatic : 62 VW 1495
ELECTRONIC No time to TEST build.. EQUIP.EICO SCOPE KITS. and: green . .* . . a' r'. :. Imp. Convertible. AT Y-8, R & H, PS. wsw
VTVM.wsw. SIG Miscl. See TRACER at 2911 NE RCA sunroof, R & H, wsw
1 11th Ter. after 7:00 P.M. I 62 $; 2 63 FORD S2895

Foirlane 4 door VS. Ra*' 59 FIAT 195 ,
t. J Convertible. V-8.AT PS. UH ,
WILL excellent trade condition 1957 Oldsmobile, with premiumtires (8 in automatic transmission, soliu
4 for Jeep in I like condition. JOHNNY HIPP 600, 2-dr. 62 ( S3895
Phone 2441 Cedar Key. addy .

62 ,.,,
Es ts' ;e*
87 Automobiles Wanter
Station wagon. V8, power ; 63 VW s2395 Convertible.AT. PS R & H, AC. bob..h
CARS' WANTED 1950-54 Fords brakes, radio!, heater, air t' ,_ .. :

., Ice& Chevrolets.Station. 916 Al SE Herndon 4th St.Servo matic transmissicn. Green . tt it t .'.; .." ., "v"' ,'" .,(: 8-poit. wagon 5.000 mi. R & H,wsw 62 (H EV $2 2 95

I FOR THE CORRECT 61 < L'' ; :: Imo Convert*. AT. PS. R & H. 12.COO milesConvertible :
4 door V8, Galaxie. Radio, .3?. > I II.r'
FR 2-1411 ;Ing, air.conditioning, S r" $ 63 1Bird I $3995
Courtesy Of t solid whIte. . . . : j 4-drr. sedan. heater
I v x j AT.AC. PS. R & H ,

-.University-Main-St.-at-ChevroletN. -16th-Ave.- r 4 door Hardtop. Radio 61 heater, I L''*; 1. :. =1 63 (rv AIR $$2395 62 falcon s1695 :-

DODGEDARTDODGE power brakes, power windows, "Friendly Bob" Adams Convertible. AT, R & H, wtw Station wagon. AT, R & H
TRUCKS automatic transmission. Solid b

119 SE First Ave. !
372-4343 4 door, V8. Radio, heater,
I conditioning t at I We sell more-save you more Get any other dealers offer to trade. John
and blue :, . .n : guarantees to beat the deal. Make, model,

Value Used Cars Rated c'6 ; f I 24 hr. financing, immediate delivery \ year and condition being equal. Why not ..

6Fcirlane save hundreds of dollars at Gainesville Auto
B&G MOTOR CO. 500" 4 door. No money down-100% financing on many cars. ((1?) Sales :
Oldsmobile heater' power steering, air I
2001 Cadillac NW- 13th St. 'and grey . . . . : : : 1
36 months to pay on many cars i
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60 -' "z ;:;: r F 4':i

MELTONMOTORS i.14 door. Heater, air conditioning.: i : 'i t. jJ 62 (ry AIR S1295 1 M895:!,

Convertible 6 pass wagon R AT. PS
Double Checked 4-dr. dlx..AT. R & H

'Used Cars I air 4 door conditioning Hardtop., radio Power 59, heater steering, I r 7 .{ 59 (HEY $ 1 095 62 C ry AIR S1195

59 FORD solid I mission. . . . . I .' < Gataxte 4 door sedan
white clean. a.I..i..4.dr. sedan V-8. 0-Drive R & H
: 64
$895 58 FORD s3324

Leon ULLto Stanley 56 DODGE $495 ;
'59 BUICK Gal" 500, -
2 door hardtop automatic transmission 2 door Foirlone "500". Radio. I I ( )
power steering power 2-dr. sedan AT. R & H
brakes air conditioning. I : FORaDPS595 s
;; t
$995 4 55 HEY 595 6 E.

'57 BUICK I IV I =_c 1: A.oUd.... sedan, htr.

Convertible automatic transmission I'' '63 FORD / ; ,ag#;' Bel-Air.V-5. AT, R & H
brakes clean.power steering power '62. FORD I i k 56 HEY S595

$595 I '62 FORD :
60 CHEV $109S 1
'62 FORD 4 ton VS. Radio, \ r 4 4.., sta. wagon. V-8 AT U H .
I mission door 58 hardtop power BUICK automatic steering power trans ''61 61 FORD FORD 1/2 .1 lill..d.d cyl. Std. I'..'., htr.. wsw 56 FO RD S 395

brakes. A. "Little Bill," Tutcn
60 FORD 6
$545 ..,. ', 4-dr. custom. AT. RAH
I .1<< 63 CHEV $2495

'56 GMC 1 ; 63 Fa'icon $1495
pick up automatic transmission I Imp. Cpe. R & H. std. trans. V-8

$495 4 4S 0. e? 'Jlr& 2'Jr- "*.". crl>...t.. trans, htr.

4M t, 56 FORD $295
j/ '56 BUICK M ); 60 FORD 51295 r
2 door Hardtop. : i !
$350 2.HT.V.I.ATR & H
I ', G r. 4-dr. HT, AT, V-8, R & H.AC
'58 PONTIAC l 52 FORD $125 62 Falcon = 1595

4 mission door sedan power automatic steering trans.Radio b .. m .
htater. A R Ray "Stockcar"Wood 2-oV. HT R & H, V-8 Flours ep.., bucket sects 6 cyl. ltd.trans R & H


$195 j % ..

'56 OLDS ..
2 door hardtop I I .
$295 .
I ..
'59 MERCURY v& .
4 doer hardtop power steering M r j t 1 R k"r .
power brakes. I ..
$695 : ; .
i/ + V'y r't. es a a T y 1t!r.y a.i .i ..-

'57 PLYMOUTH .. ;/ *" '' fl ... ee r e'* a9 s i". t.'z; ..
4 door sedan. Y'.. i .
$395 'li I'. -a
:.I:; to..
'59 FORD JKtl y
4 door V4 sedan standard transmission %' "YOUR .

$595 .. DEALER xl ..'

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N. MAINFR Across from the Gainesville Shopping Center, 372-6313

'to 6-7571 I t4_ t I ''Remember..OPEN. Saturday 8 'til 9 & Sunday 1 til 6I ;

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16B Gainesville Sun Sunday, May 24, 1964 1


SPECIAL 1.99 REG. 5.00, SALE 3.95

200 Famous Make Men'sSHORT

Were 2.50 6.00, NOW 1.50 4.00 eMom 69 Compacts, Special 1.99

34 Perfume Nips, Spec. 2.95
Tussy Deodorant (Stick
WERE 1.50, NOW.99c
Cream or Roll-On),

WERE 3.99-16.99, NOW 1/3-1/2 OFF
WERE.' 3994.99. ,.NOW 2.99 80 TODDLER & LITTLE GIRLS SHORTS Cosmetics ShOD-Stteet Flow
WERE 79c-1.99, NOW 50c-1.50 ;: '
:_WERE 1.00-2.99, NOW 79c-2.00. 8.99 12.99
WERE'2.00-5.99,NOW 1003.00' SUMMER PJ'S & GOWNS, NOW 5.00-6.00 CLEARANCEHATS
WERE 2.00-4.00, NOW 1.50-2.50

'. .- WERE 1.99-3.99, NOW 1.00 HATS WERE 1 O.98-12.98.NOW 5.00
S-L-XL :"" 16 TODDLER & LITTLE GIRLS 122 MISSES', WOMEN'S HATS, WERE 15.98-39.98 ..... NOW 7.00

WERE 2.99-4.99, NOW 1.99 Millinery Shop- Floor
WERE 2.00-7.99,NOW 1503.00 WERE 14.99 19.99
WERE 3.99-14.99, NOW 1/312 OFF NOW 8.00-13.00 BLOUSES,
WERE 2.99-3.99, NOW 2.00 NOW T.50-5.00

12.COLORS.TO.CHOOSE.FROM! I' WERE 2.00-3.50, NOW 1502.00 82 MISSES', WOMEN'S
SPECIAL 69', 3/2.00 WERE 1.99-3.99, NOW 1.00 & JUNIOR'S BETTER

1.99 WERE 3.99-8.99
100 LIGHTWEIGHT WERE 8.99-17.99, NOW 1/3-1/2 OFF
WERE 1.99-5.99, NOW 1.00-3.00 21 MISSES' & JUNIOR'SShorts ,
WERE 1.99-3.99, NOW 1002.50
WERE 3.99 14.99
REG. 7.99 SALE 5.99 WERE 3.00-4.50, NOW 2.00-3.00 13 MISSES' & JUNIOR'S NOW 2.00-8.00


Men's Shop-Street Floor I Girls I Girls I Young Jrs.- Street Floor 199965.00 SWIM SUITSWERE

45 Pairs Boys' Casual Slacks
WERE 2.99-5.99, NOW 1.99-4.00 NOW 13.00-40.00 NOW 9.99
WERE 2.99-7.99, Now 2.00-3.00 86 INFANTS, 6 MOS- 24 MOS, 4

100 Pairs Boys' Double Knee WERE DIAPER 2.99-4.99 SHIRT, NOW SETS 1.99-3.00 Dress Shop-2""Fl" Sportswear Shop2"'Fl80rCLEARANCE

Jeans Sizes 4-12, Special 1.99 150 FAMOUS MAKE INFANTS
WERE 1.19-1.49, NOW 1.00

1294.98, Now 1.00-2.50 .3.89, SALE 3.00 DOZ. ,
200 BOYS' POLO SHIRTSREG. WERE 79c-l.99, NOW 50c-1.50
2.00-3.00, Sale 1.59, 2/3.00
Boys' Shop_Street Floor WERE 1.00,NOW 50c SHORTY GOWNS BRAS

WERE 2.50, NOW 1.99 AND WERE 3.00-10.95
50 Little Boys, 4-8, WERE 1.99-3.99, NOW 1592.59 NOW 1995.99

WERE 2.99-3.99, NOW 2.00
Leg Summer Pajamas


NOW 2.00-7.00 26 LADIES COATS & TOP- .

Little Street Floor PERS & JACKETS, 6.00 GIRDLESWERE
Boys' Shop-
WERE 10.99-49.99NOW 8.00-35.00 SALE 3.99SIZES 4.95 27.50

48 Misses & Juniors Suits
WERE 59c-1.00, NOW 39c-59c Floor Lingerie Shop-2nd"'"" Foundations Shop'
& Suit Shop-2 iE.O.M. I

WERE 1.00-3.00, NOW 25c-1.50 3.99-6.99

FAMOUS MAKE NOW 2.00-5,00,

ORIG. 45.99-89.95, SALE 24.88-29.88 59916.99 / \ V

Floor' Dress Flats &Casuals 5.90
Jewelry ShopStreet NOW 30010.00 7.99 TO 9.99 VALUES .... :" : / j

24 MATERNITY Dress Flats & Loafers 7.90 :. r
174 SPRING & SUMMER 9.99 TO 11.99 VALUES .... .
WERE 2.99, NOW 1.49-1.99 .#:
& SPORTSWEARWERE Stacked Heel Walkers 9.90 ::: ':." .-
83 SPRINGG & SUMMER BETTER 6.99-17.99 11,99 TO 14.99 VALUES. ,:t:_;

WERE 4.99-15.99, NOW 2998.99 NOW 4.00-10.00. Dress Styles 10.90 '. .
1299 TO 14.99 VALUES ... ..- f- -"
SOFTSIDE SAMSONITE LUGGAGE Uniforms, Maternities, BudgetDresses2nd ::
Fashion Heels 14.90 "
16.99 TO 21.99 VALUES_. %
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MONDAYAdopt a student program.. University of Florida Real Estate

May 25th. Students spend a. week with each. Gainesville Realtor.

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i TUESDAYLuncheon honoring local News Media, 12:15 at the Holi-

May 26th. day Inn. Guest Speaker will be Mr.. Ray O. Weimer, Director of

the School of Journalism, Radio, and Television, University of

Florida. .

WEDNESDAYReal Estate Forum on Home Ownership. Public Is Cordially -

May 27th. invited. 8:00 P.M. in the lobby of The First Federal

Savings and Loan Building. Refreshments will be served.

THURSDAYPanel Discussion and the Award winning Movie '"The' House

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May 29th. is Mr. Harry J. Vordermeier, President of Florida Associa-

tion of Realtors. 12:00 Holiday Inn. .

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May 31st. 2:00-5:00 P.M. Watch for special location Map

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"In your letters, in your ads, in your signs, always capI-
talize the R in Realtor, a service mark registered in the
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This is a statement that appears in every issue of "Real
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The term Realtor was adopted in 1916 by the N.A.R.E.B.and .
4 is reserved for sole use by the Association's active

I "The right of the members of the National Association to
7 yw this term has been upheld repeatedly in the Supreme Courtsof
the various states," said Dr. Alfred' A. Ring, head professor
of real estate at the University of Florida.All .

members of the Assocation are registered real estate
brokers. Requirements to become a broker include passinga
state license examination, fulfilling educational require
ments, having a real estate salesman's license and prac-
ticing for one year under a registered broker.
I All Realtors are members of the National Association of
Real Estate Boards and also registered brokers. -

Gainesville's mayor commissioner and realtor, Howard McKinney, signs the Other qualities of the term are outlined in the N.A.R.E.B.
document proclaiming National Realtor Week. Alonzo Frank Green, right, District Code of Ethics.
One vice president for the Florida Association of Realtors, and Mayor McKinney "The Realtor is a creator of homes, both urban and rural,
have acted as informal advisors in preparation for Realtor Week. E. and by his activities helps mold the form of his future com-
M. Deaton, center, president of the Gainesville Board of Realtors, and Dick munity not only in the living of its people, but in its com
Robinson, left, chairman of Realtor Week, are witnesses to the signing. mercial and industrial aspects."
"The Realtor has husbanded and developed the land resource -
of the nation, and, with his help, ownership has attained
Realtors Plan Press KudosA its widest distribution a distinguishing mark that
differentiates this from other civilizations and provides a

A luncheon honoring the local the main purpose of the lun- ing the realtors successful.Rae real safeguard against radical penetrations."
news media will be held cheon was to give the local O. Weimer, director of "In conclusion," states the code, "the term Realtor has
I at the Holiday Inn May 26. board of realtors a chance to the UF school of journalism, come to connote competence, fair dealing and high integrity .
Mrs. Grace Fordyce, chair. thank the news media for their will be the guest speaker at resulting from adherence to a lofty ideal of moral conduct I
man of the affair, said that help and moral backing in mak the luncheon. in business relations."


They know their business! And they understand the

> necessity of dealing only in carefully searched and t

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Open House at 20 Homes Next Sunday -

various realtors will be at the houses to show visitors'around.
National Realtor Week will be concluded in Gainesville
A showing the location of these houses for the convenience -
with House"program 31. map
an "Open Sunday May
Section of
in the Classified
of visitors will appear
The Gainesville Board of Realtors will have about 20
the Gainesville Sun that morning.
houses on display from 2-5 p.m. A representative from the


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'"4 tion of Realtors, and the Gainesville
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?'_ lic interest activities sponsored
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Dick Robinson, Mrs. Glajds I
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some. We plan our banking services cial questions you have in becoming. .
with our customers' convenience in settled in Gainesville. '
mind! Newcomer or old established resident ;
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WILLIAM.WALL _a ._"T. ... .. ,_-- ,. ',--=" .- ---3- where I to buy a home; and thefiriancmg tures of home ownership; location
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forum will highlight National 3. Questions, discussion and

Realtor Week this Wednesday' At Wedjiesday Session answers. on each phase of home The forum highlights National -
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the First Federal Savings ownership.. Sheppard said that

and Loan Association. IJ-.i-I ll.Ui U } .'. ..,;, ,.._ ,,- ... "Each of the presentations will of activities beginning May
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be short and toallow
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public and will deaf on 'all pard. Panel the public to ask any Sheppard emphasized that
aspects of home ownership," "It is organized to appeal to M. Deacon, president of the specific questions on home ownership this is a public service of the
said forum moderator. JamesD. two groups," Sheppard said. Gainesville jBoard. of Realtors; they may have. Gainesville Board of Realtors.
M. 'M. ParrishV; local realtor; "
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asked to Sheppard
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is strictly a noncommercial purchase of a home and has ;(John'Merrill; local realtor; "
discussion designed as pub- questions about it, and also and James D. Sheppard. with any questions on the de- otherwise.
lic service by the Gainesville those owners wishing to sell tails of home ownership they Handouts distributed at the
Board of Realtors. Everyone is and have questions on how tsell. 2. Presentation by panel members wish to know about- such as meeting will include a* map of
toOrder on each phase of home liow; to about
go locating a
welcome to come and ask any the city, brochures from the
questions on home ownership," ownership. Subjects i include l dome; the price range they material from National Real-
Sheppard said. of business for the home ownership-a way of life; should consider; monthly pay-
panel discussion i "'is. as ''follows: why own a come; the costs of ments; costs involved in mort- tor headquarters.
"No questions will be over- 1. Introduction of the forum home ownership; when and gage'I financing estetic fea- Dress will be informal.
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I i < Real estate is a big industry three-member,-governor appointed tions to issuance of licenses- ing. A staff of about 40 em- C. Jones Freshman of Naples member is vice chair of

S| in Florida with more than 40- Florida Real Estate but it also imposes regulations ployes, including field represen-along man.the team is Richard D. BarkerSr.
and investigators
( 000 persons certified to operate Commission.This and all tatives All Com-
on the industry polices conductthe of Jacksonville.
I as real estate brokers or sales- Commission, with its with a legal division,
certified to
individuals carry business of supervising missioners are Realtors.
i men. membership made up of two transactions.
en real estate in
This large and far-flung groupof holdover members and one new real estate activity Complaints lodged against
f professional people who appointee each year for a three- Commissioners receive no pay the state. individual certificated brokersor
conduct the real estate activity year term is charged not only for this service and headquarters Orlando Realtor S. Merle salesmen are channeled
cf fast-growing Florida come with governing the entire indus- is maintained in Winter Heasley is current chairman through the investigation de-
under direct supervision of the try, from conduct of examina- Park at the State Agency Build- of the Commission and David partment to the legal depart
ment. Here formal charges are
( entered if investigation shows
t 4 .; fr** foundation for charge of breachof
real estate laws or regula-

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conducted by the Commission.
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man found in volation of the
estate laws or Commission regulations -

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______ pension or his license revoked,
in accordance to the rendered
r. judgement of the Commission.That .

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ness is borne out by the large
z 39 t number of persons who apply
1... each month for examination
submit to the written tests,
and keep the ranks of regis
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Directors of Local BoardThe for salesman certi-
are held twice each
Board of Directors of the Gainesville Board of Realtors plans and coordinates the activities of the month in Orlando with an average
local board throughout the year. Shown, left to right, are E. M. Deaton, president; Gladys Smith, secretary of 300 participating in the
; W. M. Monroe, treasurer; Fred Arnold and Dick Robinson, associates to president; H. Wayne Hill/ exams the first and third Mon
past president; and Grace Fordyce. Not shown is Ernest Tew, vice president. days.

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advantage in dealing with sized. State educational meet wr r

members of a board of realtorsis ings are held with the purposeof

that everyone adheres to a informing realtors on meth-

uniform code of ethics says E. ods of better.service, he said.

:M. Deaton president of the
Gainesville Board of Realtors. Deaton dated the board as '*; a a ru

Deaton is manager of McKin- being approximately 40 years

ney-Green-Deaton Realty. old. "M. M. Parrish Sr. was

"Also, board members attend the first man to practice real -

quarterly state educational estate in Gainesville to my '

meetings and are better informed knowledge. Parrish helped organize

on new ideas" Deaton the real estate board," ::4
he said. "Kirkpatrick's Realtywas

Membership on the board of also one of the originalreal

realtors is by invitation. Real- estate offices. Then I open- y flY S

tors in good standing are invit- "
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ed to join and it is their decision my
Deaton said. Membershipin ton . __ :.zf V :i.BiI1The
the local real estate associa- Current membership on the
Associates of the Gainesville Board of Realtors consists of all the sales-
tion automatically assures board i includes 25 agen-
of the local board and represented here by their officers.
membership in the state and cies from Gainesville High i men women are
have been conducting monthly educational for their members.
national associations.State Springs Trenton and Newberry. They programs
Left to Jim vice president Jane Caldwell secretary and
Officers are E., M Deaton, right are Sheppard, ; ,
association headquarters Dick Robinson
president; Ernest Tew vice-
in Orlando govern t h eboard's
Gladys Smith, secretary -
code of ethics. The code
and W. M. Munroe trea Needs Realtors First
states that everyone shall be surer. The board meets the Buyers } StepThe
accurate in what is said to clients -
last Friday of each month.
and in the payment of dues main thing a buyer this information as a guide in of the Gainesville Board of

and moneys handled. But main- The National Association of should expect from a Realtoris showing him houses, said Realtors, estimates the market

ly it assures co-operation Realtors was formed so that the service of being shown Dobson. value of the houses for sale

among real estate agencies, members in the U. S. and Can- the various neighborhoods that in the area. The service only

Deaton explained.A ada could meet and compare meet his family's needs in such Another aid that will insure lists the houses that it con-

information concerning the latest that the buyer pays a fair siders to be fairly priced.
Board of Ethics and Arbi- areas as schools said Tom Dob-
developments, real estate price for a house is to deal l Also it is a good idea to
tration is set up to review any son, a local realtor.
figures and commission scales. with a realtor who is a member deal with an agency that is a
cases of conflict.
The State, Association in Orlando "The realtor determines the of the Multiple Listings member of the Gainesville

"Each year we want to be has a similar purpose but on amount the buyer is able to Services, said Dobson. Board of Realtors said Dob-

more perfect" Deaton empha- a smaller scale, Deaton added. afford in an interview and uses This organization, a branch son.


Invites You ToInspect

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1 Real Estate Buys! I

SS Acres of choice cultivated land. Included is BUSINESS LOTS RESIDENTIAL LOTS I.
3 bedroom, 2 bath home with fReplace. 1963
tr APrIImBrl Income from Pecan Grove, $800. Farming 'f.-: :'

equipment included. Let on N.W. 13th Street, with 100 ft. frontage. Beautiful West, Hills. Two lots with a wonderit:
L Priced at $29.500. Zoned Business. ful view. Each one 200 ft. by 230 ft. Restricted. \
Near new school. ;

ACREAGE Business Let on N.W. 16th Ave. at 23rd Blvd. fil'\
53 x 100 feet and priced at $4,500.
; Choice 75 x 100' lot in N.W. Residential
...' area.
y ; i Zoned for duplex or home. $2,000. f:4:f
4' ti 3301 Acres In Newberry area-can be bought S Acres 375 ft. frontage, on Hawthorne Road t'f.i
In smaller parcels. $150.00 an acre and up. close in. Excellent location for wide variety of :
Easily accessible to Gainesville. business uses. :


Edge ef Town three beautiful wooded acres The best In construction over 2200 sq. ft. of New FHA appraisal on this Ideal home In ?
with large home Ideal for growing family. living. Built-Ins In a beautiful kitchen.. Airlovely Idylwild. Three bedrooms
family room. tW-j
Vie. Fireplace; built-ins, and ready for conditioned. ..
occupancy. Large tree shaded k>f Exce'lent! fireplace In living room built-in range and n{:;
neighborhood. Northwest location. oven. Lovely lot plenty of privacy. Excellent f::,.
Best Buy near University. A 3 bedroom 2 financing. ff
z -. bath home with Family room. Comer Lot. Low :
Easy terms on this Northwest home. Low price tL
down payment and priced right. and move right in. 3 bedrooms 2 baths. Lovely large home In West Hills. Over an ,<
Central heat Florida room large lot. Fletcher acre of land beautifully landscaped. House <:'
Twe Story comfortable large home. In the Heights. has six bedrooms upstairs, one down, with" corn- .i
Finley area. Ideal for family living and en plete air-Conditioning and central beat. Many
S5 tertaining.." Large lot. 180 x 137. bvilt-ins lots of storage. Stable for two
horses with" stalls & feed'room. Large garage. N



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I I It's a Woman's World, Too 1 IMrs. I

' Grace Fordyce is an attractive the bank to negotiate a loan some more about women in bus- when you might want to give she characterizes as "true gentlemen
( i lady realtor who believes for a client purchasing some iness. up," she said. in every sense. They'rewonderful
l'f a woman's first career is commercial property, went to "If a woman is a success in Her pet peeve, she said, is people. There's not
I would hesitate to
in the home and thinks of her the Chamber of Commerce to the business world, it's because businesses that treat their one buy
bustling real estate business as call a meeting of my subcom- she's a good manager. She wealthy clients better than their property" or sell a house
her "outside interest, the way ittee, put signs in front of two should try to organize businessso through.
other people play bridge and listings and secured the listings, it's not aware it's being or- poorer ones. "Everyone shouldbe Her offices at 926 W. Univer-
fish." then attended a League of Woman ganized." treated the same, wealthyor sity Ave. are white on the out-
"I don't consider myself a ca- Voters meeting at noon. No, she didn't think she wasa poor. We endeavor to treat side, trimmed in turquoisetwoof
for rentals as her favorite colors, she
students looking says.
reer woman or a businesswoman "This afternoon I've been "born saleswoman."
just a good realtor" she kindly as a client who becauseof The interior is her own work, a
helping get a sale ready for "I think a good sales personis the nature of his purchase combination of French and Italian

said.Most people would consider closing and I have anotherone good because they work might seem more important." Provincial.On .
her work a full-time career, ready for closing at 4:30.: hard, think, create and initiate. Mrs. Fordyce has been a the walls of her office are

nonetheless. Her day Thursday, As she talked, she was busy "There's another factor, too realtor here for seven years and pictures of her sons Mike, a
a typical one, went in part opening letters. A long-distance -genuine concern for other In business for herself the past college sophomore; Steve, a high
like this: call interrupted; when she had people. I think it's that genuine three. She is a native of West
"I got into the office promptlythis finished with it, another call concern for people, whether sell Virginia has lived here since school sophomore; and Jimmy
morning, but I wasn't here came, and then two more. er or buyer, that inspires you, 1952.Male a 5th-grader. Her husband is in
long. I had to make a trip to Then Mrs. Fordyce talked makes you go another mile realtors in Gainesv i 11 e education.

I It Takes Money to Save Money To Students Observe

By BOB THOMAS "An FHA insured mortgage or but the overall interest pay- Savings and Loan, Gainesville RealtorsThe
"The best way to finance real GI or VA loan usually offer ments are lower," Deaton said. Mutual Building and Loan, or
estate is cash," says Jack De- the lowest rates." Deaton said the heaviest real Guaranty Federal Savings and Gainesville Board of Real-
tors is sponsoring an "Adopt aStudent'
estate traffic around Gainesvilleis Loan.
Yot of Byrd Realty. DeYot says the FHA mortgage '
the buying and selling of "All three of these places program during Na-
"Cash saves you interest runs 5tt per cent plus one tional Realtors Week.
rates on loans and mortgages" half of one percent which goesto offer very liberal rates and
he says, "It's the old story, it the federal housing peopleto "But," said Deaton, "while services,'* Deaton explained. Mary Loyd Coleman, chair.
takes money to save money." cover the loan insurance rate. homes make up the largest DeYot said that loans from man of the program said that
"But many investors do not "But," pointed out E. M. Dea- number of real estate transactions individuals instead of banks are each of the 11 real estate majors
have ample cash for the pur- ton, another local real estate the overall dollar andcentS usually a lot harder to come at the UF will have a
chase of real estate. This man, "It takes 4 per cent justto volume of property saleis by."It's chance to visit at least four real
( means borrowing or mort- set up business for an FHA probably from business property hard to locate individual tor offices.
gaging from individuals or loan. It is good for those who ." creditors who are interested in The program will give the
banks" he said. can and want to put up a little Deaton claims the best three the long-range loans required students a chance to observe
"Interest rates on loans covera more money to start with." places to get a conventionalloan for most real estate buying," the everyday operations of real
wide range," DeYot explains, "The initial outlay is more, In town is First Federal he ..explained. estate business.


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I 1. Here's How 'The Price Is Right' I IBy

PAT HOGAN ized in Gainesville in December,
1957. Currently there are 85 individual -
"A Multiple Listing service
members from 17 local
best aids the public by securingreal Multiple Listing Servicethat real estate offices.
estate listings at realistic .
prices," says John Merrill, Multiple Listing is governedby
chairman of Gainesville's Mul- an executive committee com-

tiple Listing. posed of six members, includ-
he must obey the real and establishes definite under- An agency both listing and
"Property is professionally estate laws of Florida, but he standing among realtors," ed, but Multiple Listing is ing Chairman John Merrill,
appraised and made availahle is not bound to a specific code Merrill stated. strictly a non-profit organization. Committee members are Tom
to all realtor members. Thus of ethics. Dobson, Gladys Smith, M. M.
the individual seller is assuredof Property commissions are Parrish, W. M. Monroe and
the best possible coverage, Multiple Listing also works determined by the agency list- Members of Multiple Listing Wayne Mason. Officers are
and the chances of a fast, for its members. "Realtors had ing or the agency selling the contribute four per cent of each elected each year.
satisfactory sale are greater," been working on a cooperativebasis property. The selling agency, if commission to the central of-
Merrill explained. for years, but there were it is not the original lister, receives fice for expenses, Merrill added Executive secretary is R. M.
no set rules for operation. Mul-- 75 per cent commission.The ,but Multiple Listing is strict Walbeck and the secretary of
Realtors belonging to Mul- tiple Listing ties everything together listing agency receives 25 ly a non-profit organization. multiple listing is Mrs. Ellie
",. tiple Listing submit new prop- with a set of by-laws per cent of the commission. Multiple Listing was organVORDMEIER Jenkins.
erty listings for group approvalat
the weekly business meet
ings. The new property is Florida Realtors Local RealtorsTo
visited the evaulated by each
realtor. An average evaluationis Initiate .
taken, and if the asking
price of the property is within Head to Talk HereHenry ,
five per cent of the realtors' ScholarshipA }
average, the property will be
accepted by Multiple Listing. J. Vordmeier, presi- ship will be given to the real luncheon will be held at the
dent of the Florida Associationof estate department at the Uni- Holiday Inn on May 29 for the
"The owner receives a pro- Realtors who will speak here versity of Florida. members of the Gainesville
fessional appraiser's estimateof Board of Realtors.The .
next week, is a 19-year veteranof
his property's value, which Vordmeier was vice president -
the real estate business.A guest speaker will be Harry -
enables him to have a more of the 1900 member Flor- .e x J. Vordermeier, president of
realistic listing," Merrill add- native of New Jersey he ida Association of Realtors in a the State Board of Realtors.
ed. moved to Ft. Lauderdale in 1943 1957 and has headed state convention
York Uni- The board will initiate an an-
after New
attending and building committees -
The only requirement for versity. He has been a Ft. Lau- as well as the Board Serve nual $100 scholarship programfor
being a member of Multiple derdale Realtor of the Year. ices Committee of the National some worthy student majoring
Listing is that one must first Association of Real Estate in real estate at the University
be a realtor. Realtors are members Vordmeier will be speaker at Boards. of Florida. Dr. Alfred A.
of the local board of the regular monthly board Ring, head of the Real Estate
realtors and agree to follow a luncheon of the G a i n e sville Two of Vordmeier's t three and Urban Land Studies Dept.,
professional code of ethics. A Board of Realtors Friday. At sons are in the real estate bus will accept the scholarship in
real estate broker differs in the same meeting a scholar- iness. behalf of the school.
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Closest new subdivision to

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a RiDEOOD Westwood Jr. High School.

Located on 'beautiful

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/ Is Going All Out in i Training TV Prb'o-l.mnt, .

On- H iSe.1i

Students. in Re'cit l Estate Busin'&ss' nSeerA.

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The University of Florida is had only 24 students, Ring no-
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the only school in ted., be J.> telecast on chann l'.5, ?lay2tf
offers a major- in real estate. "Some o'f( our I graduates i acenow at 8:30: rimas! part of Na-

In addition the school offers rf bank and tional Realtor' Week. ,
presidents mem-
.. both* a masters and a doctorate bers''of insurance' corporations; ," The I program I ,.wilI.conslSt, t of

program through the College Ring said. "One is now the a film entitled "Th'e'jH'ouse

of Business Administration' chief appraiser for the'Jackson- Hunters"' and a panel' .discussion
"Statistically,'we have one of ville Corps of Engineers" by four Gainesville realtors:<

the'largest graduate and undergraduate m. "The U.S. Government' takes The:.panel will consist'of' E..
M Deaton speaking on the National
programs in the coun- a high percentage of our grad '
Assoc. of Realtors Mrs.Arie .
try;" said Dr. Alfred A. Ring, .. uates. Representatives of, projects i Smith, ing.the;
"o"T" cove.
head- of the Department o'f t'of / F like>the'Tennessee Valley home p tase' of, real"estate; Ernest -

Real Estate and Urban K' Authority and the Federal Tewr on th; investmentt! .

s Lan'd Studies. t Housing" Adnunfstratfon$ come phasevand: Fred Arnold" .coverir'g' .
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r '' th? area of property man-
"We are also the first. university here eVery'yeaf?; .
in the United States t to' -
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establish a program in industrial 4 '
three requests for each grad- '
real estate principles," Siiii AMiiiatf
Ring said. uate," Ring' said.. "The troubleis
s we don't train enough."
A"$10,000, grant, was given to In Slafc'PostWEST :
the school ,by' toe. Society of "Eleven'scholarships are offered .
Industrial Realtors to establish a* real estate majors by PALM' BEACIitAPI{ ))
Heidt Swearingen of the Tallahassee .
this'program. the larger Boards of Realtors
Democrat was elected
The faculty includes four i'f in' the*stale:" Ring said. president Saturday of the Florida

specialists) in the real' estate The Florida Association ofRealtors Newspaper,Advertising1'Executives :
field. These areas include finance '1 Association. ,
commercial l and'.indus t Scholarship: goes to' Other'new officers were' Harold -

trial'' real estate use: housing i ; the graduate having the high- Canning, St., Petersburg
and home ownership, and fund- est' scholastic average. The' Times and Independent), first
amentals in real estate. G rton'AW td is' given by'theJacksonville vice president; Thomas Hufson t ,

"Between 4 /and 500'stud nts. E. M. DeaUif, president of'the"Gainesville rl# ard Society' yo' Reap t; Gainesville Sun, second' vice

take'real estate codrses'] ut'ourbasic' : of1 Realtors, presents' a $100 scn'olarsh'fp{ to Dri AI- Estate Appraisers Ho,the student president Miami Herald; Lester ,Barnhi
secretary; Dpug-
program, said Ring, submitting the best land
"while 35 students major in fo'fH'Av.' ltin i: h'ead of the Real Estate Depdrtnient, appraisal."Gainesvtae's 1. lag Hunter, Fort Lauder t 1eNewsPompano
Beach Sun-Sen-
self.the "real estate curriculum it- University of Florida?; to.b varderf'to'( st serving '''Bo'ard':off R a tinel, treasurer; Clarence Bracer -

student majoring in real estate at the University1 ; tors will also'off era"$I00S: 1ioI :. P\iDlishers't> : ,Represenaive' | *

Fodr 0- years_ ago..,__the_, _school_ arship'' this year,". Ring added] of Florida', 'executive secretary:


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I Vacant Land Pays Off-In TimeBy

BOB THOMAS make money on it," says Jack E. M. Deaton, another local ly good price and hold on to it, main reasons for this outgrowing

The best real estate invest DeYot of the Dan Byrd Realty estate man, agrees with DeYot, he should certainly stand to trend was the better parking .

said Deaton.In provided by the s h.o pping
idea that
ment in Alachua County seems Agency."Of stressing the profit profit,

to be vacant land, according to course," DeYot pointed j t. will depend mainly on the priceof discussing business property centers.

I; two Gainesville real estate out, "You can't expect to purchase against the lengthof Deaton says that more "The city will have to pro-
time a buyer can hold onto parking fa-
vide adequate
men. make a fortune overnight. You the land before selling. and more the good land buy cilities more to keep up the overall

If you buy vacant land in have to hold on to the land for business establishments is of downtown business
at almost for a long enough period of "If a man can buy vacant
Alachua County County moving outward from down "
he explained.
stand to time." land around the city at a fair- property,
any price, you town Gainesville.Of .

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9Saok.ea' r.; .r .t',v.r.A S ftMoy course property value on growth in real estate sales and

the Square will probably alwaysbe values to be in the northwestand

good and won't go down," Southern sections of town.
: E 3 gs ab'.x.kiewd he said, "but the overall mar-

.. ket seems to be shifting towards He particularly cited growthof
Fib '.n. ,* '3'x shopping center areas." real estate activity along

Deaton said that one of theThere's the north section of 13th St.

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least once a year Gainesville Relationships.About .

Realtors avail themselvesof 25 Gainesville realtors

t .,, .. the opportunity to gain new
; '. attended the March 6 meetingin
; insights into the real estate pro
fession. Silver Springs. Other Gaines

ville realtors attended a forumin
Y The Florida Association of
tit Jacksonville.
Realtors a series off
R Jay3 i- v r sponsors
+A I n.n M one-day Annual Educational Institutes According to Realtor Gladys

d 'v..F in various cities in the Smith, "We came back all excited
state. about our profession." She

feels the Institute is of "great
Realtors attending these pro- benefit" to anyone who attends.
grams are able- to hear talks

and exchange ideas on such Other programs took place in

pertinent topics, as Exclusives, Tampa, Tallahassee, St. Augustine -
Mrs. Marchella Pardi is shown displaying the window posters being placedin License Laws, Multiple Listings Winter Park, Winter Haven

. the stores of Gainesville merchants announcing Realtor Week. Ethics, Profess i ion a 1 Hialeah, Sarasota, Tampa

Standing, and Broker-Salesman and Boca Raton.


American Walnut finish I CALL US FOR SALE OR APPRAISAL!

With Mar-Proof, Heot

I '' Resistant Plastic Tops A LITTLE JEWELat
e' You will be amazed at the remarkably a little price of 12000. Built In 1952 of concrete block this fine
this home. has 9 bedrooms, bath, Fla. room. Range and refrigerator in-
I low prices on cluded. This home is situated on a beautiful ittxioo ft. lot in the north
handsome dining room suite. east section.
.., Perfect for Florida's modern
rtti homes Available ii in open stock
_T if desired. FOR A GROWING FAMILYto
live In. Built In 1952 this beautiful 4 bedroom 2Vj bath home with
a 12x45 ft. screen porch Is waiting for your growing family to move In
to. This home comes equipped with 3 air conditioning units. dish washer
electric range, refrigerator, deep freeze dryer, traverse rods end
Venetian blinds. This home Is located In the southwest section on e
landscaped 230 x 250 ft. lot.,Terms can be arranged.


Is this exclusive southwest section residence. Built of brick and concrete
this home has e recreation room, Fla. room, 3 bedrooms. t
t < I oven and range, dishwasher wall to wall carpet, drapes. priced at
BUFFET l W "_ only S28,000. Owner Is moving and will consider any reasonable offer.
HUTCH '- +
$$9.95 r'

Is this 3 bedroom frame residence with attached 2 bedroom apartment.
i Located in the northwest area. Complete with all furnishings.: Apart
ment rents now for ,JIG per month. The owners are moving and
ROUNO ready to set).

Liberal Is not necessary when you consider the many features of this nearly!
new home. This home located In the northwest section has 3 bedrooms.
:. > Trade-in 2 baths, Florida room, central oil heat terrazzo floors, plastered walls.
Check Each of These Prices: AllowancesFOR This spacious home Is on 133 x 125 ft. lot.
(A) 5 Piece Rectangular SOO95
( ) 5 Piece Round .
$ 10995' DINING_ROOM will take pride In the acquisition of this beautiful home on
Extension Table ...... West University Ave. Built In 1954. this home can be bought for only
(C) 7 Piece Surfboard $11.000. siioo. down, SnUG per month. Concrete block construction, ft
$13995 < has 3 bedrooms. 2 baths oaK floors. plastered walls. This home Is
Extension Table .. .
on e beautifully landscaped 105 x 112 ft. lot.
54" Server i& Hutch .. $69.95 ttde .
Chairs 12.95
50" Buffer & Hutch .. $89.95 Arm
50" Buffet .. ... ... $49.95 Chairs.. $16.95 .- JOHN MERRILLREALTOR


STORE : '; "Multiple Listing Member"

ASSOCIATES: Morcello Pardi W. H. Buckhonnan

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i H! And So -Why Own a Home?

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ADVENTURE-Home ownership, as well as the SECURITY-The renter is always insecure. His debts, and after awhile the home is paid for and
I selection of a home, is one of the most interesting rent may be raised or the landlord may want posses: becomes a real refuge.
adventures in family life. It involves, in most instances sion. The home owner is "set." Conditions may I

I the largest single financial transaction that change, the economic cycle may go up or down but CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT community
a family undertakes. It is, indeed, adventurous not he has his roof over his head and if he meets his i
only to invest one's life savings, but also to roam payments regularly no one can disturb him. where homes are largely owner-occupied reflects
I around the community or countryside to find the better care of properties better landscaping, cleaner

best location, choose a plot and select the designof CITIZENSIIIP-The owner of a home brings withit thoroughfares and stability of home and property

a home. an entirely different attitude toward social, eco- investments. As a rule, a home owner wants a

I nomic and political problems. Home ownership as nice home. Therefore he must save and can ill
EDUCATION-With home ownership an entirelynew a rule contributes to better citizenship by promot-
afford to be shiftless.
world is opened to the buyer. He learns about ing civic pride.PURPOSEMany. !
K values and prices, contracts and building materials. i !
FUN-It is a delight to one's home to have :
Sooner than he realizes the home owner develops a drifters. haveno own ;
people are
in which to entertain and do that
a place things a
feeling of "belonging" which induces him to takean definite goal or purpose. Buying a home suppliesthe
tenant be from The childrencan
may prohibited doing. I
active part in community affairs.
stimulant they need. It gives them something to
play around as they please without any
work for. They must meet the payments, and each
plaint from the landlord. com-I'
CREDIT-Home ownership improves ones credit one met stiffens their confidence.INDEPENDENCEIt .
standing. It makes for stability, better employment
CREATIVE INSTINCT-The ownership of a home :
relations and discourages the restless, wasteful prac is a wonderful feeling in-
gives the owner an opportunity to play with his ideas.
tice of frequent moving about. As a home owner reduces deed for a home owner to stand on a segment of I
his mortgage, he comes to be known as a mother earth and call it his own; to be king of his People do not design or build their rented quarters-
"property owner." castle no matter how modest the realm. To a large they take them as they find them-and very often
extent the owner can do as he wishes. There is no simply because they are the best they can get for the

THRIFT AND SAVING-Home ownership en- landlord to restrict him. price or most conveniently located. Home owners

courages saving, unwittingly as a rule, for the are people who satisfy their instinctive desire to develop -
mortgage amortization provisions are specifically designed PEACE OF MIND-As soon as the initial pay- their own background. If building the archi- .
to increase the owner's equity or propertyat ment on the home is made, the owner commences tectural design and layout may be what the home
a rate faster than the counteracting losses in- building up an equity, and thus gains peace of mind. owner wants. Even.if he is purchasing an old house,
curred through wear and tear, depletions, or other 'To be sure, he-has payments to make but the renter he may bring into play his ideas of alteration and
forces contributing to depreciation, i.e., loss in the also has his obligations each month.. The great remodeling. He gets an opportunity to work in his
value of the home. The home owner, too, must set difference is that the renter is building up nothingfor garden. He landscapes his ground. He may have,
aside sums to meet his various payments, and the himself. The home owner, by making equal or even without a large expenditure, a delightfully
thrift habit becomes ingrained. slightly higher payments, is slowly paying off his balanced home, set in most attractive surroundings.


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local real estate- his knowledge of prop- offer more in assistance. Try us. Their Week

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. What is the most important fact-

you should know before ..T:;:

buying or selling 'Real Estate ? {


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estate nJ. vQ a Q b. RZ 4 v

can display 1' 4! ;1Y

this seal.This Kati soc ; Y k T

seal tells you that the firmIs
headed by one or more Realtors z y
-men or women who are members p y ..
of the National Association of Real m 4 k"
Estate Boards and their local board ? ,e
and who subscribe to the pro- q
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code of ethics.
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This means, if you wish to sella
home or any other real estate,
that a Realtor will be able to tell x
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bring in the current market: And .l -- ,
to market it for you as quickly as ': 'qka
with minimumof 7 z
conditions warrant a y x
bother to you.

If you want to buy any kind of rr
real estate, it means that a Realtor
will be able to find property for you ";.
which suits your needs and pocket- ". J .. .'' x Ma w'
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We are Realtors, qualified to i'
give you experienced, skilled coun--.6. ,
sel whether you are buying or sell- ;iIi. __ :..,
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on how we can help you call
us. No obligation of course. I
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To be honorable and honest in all dealings; .


To seek better to represent my clients,by ,building my.knowledge.and competence;

t To act fairly towards all in the spirit of the Golden Rule; .

{ To serve well my community, and through it my country; %\

+ ._- To observe the Realtor's Code of Ethics and confo rm my conduct to i s'l lofty f ideals I !"*

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