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Gainesville sun
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Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
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Gainesville Pub. Co.
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May 25, 1964
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Daily[Aug. 21, 1966-]
Daily (except Saturday)[ FORMER June 24, 1963-Aug. 19, 1966]
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Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities:
Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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(AP-Soviet Premier "

II Khrushchev ended a 17-day visit 'No Link' \
to Egypt today after warm- Hundreds Die

.(( ing up the farewell with a promise
of a $277 million loan for

President Gamal Abdel Nasser's In Sports Melee To Aide
I If ti1 second five-year plan. I
4 In return, Nasser gave Khrushchev -
a wholehearted endorsement LIMA, Peru (AP-A stampede This was a reference to the

of Soviet foreign policy, in- of 45,000 spectators in a fact that the riot erupted aftera OusterCity
1 cluding the Kremlin's views on Lima sports stadium after police fan jumped from the grand-

peaceful coexistence.A fired tear gas at rioting stand to protest a referee's
ff % s s, r3 joint communique by the soccer fans left hundreds dead decision in he soccer game be- Recreation Director Ray
f 3: a y two leaders placed the Egyp- today in possibly the worst tween Argentina and Peru. The Massey resigned late this morn-

I tians squarely behind the Sovietsin sports disaster in history. teams were meeting for the ing "for personal reasons."
the struggle between Pekingand Authorities still were unableto right to play in the Tokyo The resignation was sub-

Moscow for influence in Af .come up with an official Olympics.The mitted to City Manager Bill

rica's new nations. count of victims in Sundays' crowd had witnessed a Green just before noon.
Posse gathers at house where convict was captured. Cheering workers, given a tragedy. Lima's La Prensa said close contest with neither side Green said the resignationhad
(Photos by Skip Haviser) half holiday, jammed the airportfor 260 bodies were counted. The able to score in the early no relation to Massey's recent -
Khrushchev's departure, and newspaper Expresso said 315 action. firing of Negro Community
upwards of 2,000 troops and se- were killed. Hundreds were in Center recreation super
After 15 minutes in the final
Escapees Caught; curity men were on hand. Nas- jured. period, Argentina scored the visor Harold Acosta "to my
ser gave his guest a warm em Many blamed the tear gas for first goal. Within minutes of knowledge."
brace. A 21-gun salute boomedout the frantic rush to the exits, the final gun, the Peruvianssent Opposition to Massey's action -
as the Soviet leader waved and a government statement, the ball into the net. began growing last weekas
before entering his airliner. taking note of this, declared: The crowd roared. But the Negro citizens began circu-
Deputy WoundedBy Khrushchev's departure was "I was necessary for the police referee refused to allow the lating petitions supporting Acosta. -

delayed an hour and a half, but to use tear gas in an at- score, saying > Peru had com- The petitions will be pre-
., the reason was not announced. tempt, however unfortunatelyfutile mitted a foul. sented to the Gainesville City

By BUZZ MIXSON handler for the sheriffs depart my head, that's where I would The joint communique was to prevent further disor Fans screamed in protest. The Commission tonight.
made public after final ban- der. The government is deeply Peruvian players continued to Green said this morning he
Sun Area Editor ment, had come up on one of have been hit, Cason said. a
in the concerned the fatal results although they also protested did not know whether the recreation -
BRONSON Two convicts the convicts in a wooded area Levy County Sheriff J. W. quet Sunday night gar over play
dens -former King Farouk's that originated in a trivial in. the decision.See director's resignationwould
who on the Suwannee River about Turner identified the convict
were captured yesterdayafter luxurious Kubbah Palace. cident." ( RIOT on Page 2)Burns ) be discussed at the com-
shooting a Levy County five miles south of Fan n i n who shot Cason as John David mission meeting tonight."I .

deputy sheriff, are in county Springs. Cason said he was Strong, 31, who, with David have accepted Ray Mas-

jail here facing charges of escape holding his light on one of the Ralph Brown, 26, had escaped Final sey's resignation," the city
Candidates in
breaking and enteringand escapees when the other firedat from a prison work crew in Getting manager explained.He .
assault with intent to com- him from the darkness.The Suwannee Swamp last Tuesdayat said the effective date of

mit murder. deputy said after he was noon. the resignation was not immediately

The deputy, Sammy Cason, hit, he emptied his pistol in the The .410 single barrel shot. established.
was in good condition at Alach- direction of the convict he had gun and a .22 rifle had been Campaign Wind-Up "This is quite an unfortunate

ua General Hospital this morn- in his light but did not hit him. stolen from Thompson's Campat situation," the city manager
ing. He was shot from ambush Cason caught most of the bird- Fowler's Bluff. Cason said he TY1 said. "We need his help for the
by one of the prison camp escapees shot from the convict's gun in thought he had been shot with riignBy summer program."

with ,a .410 shotgun his.hip.. He said the convictwas the .22 rifle url he got to the Poster War He indicated that Massey
about 1:30 ajn. yesterday.From firing at his light,and that, hospital where doctors' found F, T.. MacFEELY By CHARLES STAFFORD would be asked to continue as .
his hospital bed this luckily, he was holding the birdshot imbedded beneath his MIAMI (AP) Robert King JACKSONVILLE (APHaydon recreation director until the'details '

morning, Cason told the Sun light at hip level. "If I had been skin. High said today he considers Going On? Burns today predicted a resounding of the city's summer recreation -

that he and Ralph Pedrick, dog holding the light on a level with Strong and Brown, who had that his opponent in the race for victory for himself at program can be workedout.
the polls tomorrow in his battle .
governor has insulted the people
imprisoned at the Bronson
of Florida by reportedly say Campaign poster problems apparently with Robert King High for the Massey took over as recrea-
Road Prison Camp, were recaptured -
ing he would continue his private are plaguing both can- Democratic nomination for gov- tion director in September when
later yester day. didates for in Alachua
Saturn Rocket business if elected chief governor ernor. the city and county school sys-
Deputy Pete Smith captured County..
executive. At a news conference the tem discontinued their joint
Strong about 8:30: a.m. He was
King High supporters recreation '
Jacksonville said program under
would he devote mayor :
"How much time -
holed in
a palmetto patch
up complained Friday. Dwight Hunter and each estab-
to the people how much "I predict that the people of
about a half-mile from EltonClyatt's ;
Then Haydon Burns backers lished individual recreation
Countdown BeginsCAPE home. time would h e devote to the Florida will be alert and that pro-
registered their i complaintsabout
the will be grams.
businesses he serves? High victory a resoundingone
Brown captured about the treatment their
was Massey was formerly an as-
asked conference in Mi- with the exception of Dade
KENNEDY, Fla. (AP) sixth test success in as many 12:15 p.m. by Gilchrist Deputy a news signs are receiving. They're County, where we will lead in sistant director for the recrea-
Clayton Strickland at the campof ami."As being stolen, knocked down, de- tion program sponsored by the
the white but will be
firings. voting overcome -
launch today
The crew Dennis Andrews. He had just governor I would devote faced and sometimes replacedwith City of Orlando.
the long countdown for the first The Satellite to be orbited finished taking a shower in An- full time to the duties of gov- an opposition poster. by the bloc voting.

attempt to orbit an unmanned weighs 37,300 pounds. The Apollo drews' house and had ex- ernor because this is a serious There are more signs being Burns used the conference to

model of the Apollo moonship.A spacecraft, a so-called "boilerplate" changed his trousers for a business. The welfare and needsof damaged now than when six reiterate announced his campaign at the pledges.He outset., AcostaDischarge
better pair. almost six million people are candidates were in the race, one
Saturn 1 rocket, which in model, weighs 17,000, involved" High said. Burns complained. "there are not going to be any
had been
and Brown
but because of the test nature of Strong ,
with the spacecraft questions. I will give a
combination the object of a search by the He said he would divorce him Supporters of both men com- you
the shot, no efforts will be madeto :
than 19 stories highis statement andthat's it.
towers more Gained to city police.
Levy County sheriff's department self completely from his law
detach the burned out second
scheduled to thunder into the Burns pledgedTo :
and prison camp guards business, even to taking his Due ProtestPetitions
from the
stage payload.
the fiscal affairs of
sky at 9 a.m. (EST) Tuesday. place
since noon Tuesday.The name from the firm, and "I will
the state in order.A .
The 18-hour countdown was search was renewed Sat- receive no salary except the sal
He merger, bankruptcy and such well-planned and ade- protesting the recent '-
split into two segments. A seven Escapes, urday night after a boy and girl ary of the governor's office." things. quately financed university and firing of the Negro Community

hour period which began early reported seeing the convictsnear High said Haydon Burns was High predicted victory for junior college system.Introduction Center recreation director will
today included battery installa- Wife CaughtBERLIN Cason was following the trail quoted as saying he saw no con- himself in tomorrow's runoff of a variety of be presented at tonight's
tion, propulsion system checks, with dog handler Pedrick when flict in carrying on his private primary, saying "The state is technical training courses in the Gainesville City Commission
ordnance installation and elec- (AP-A young married occupation as business con- going to reject boss politics." junior college program.A meeting. .
he shot.
trical and fuel line connections. couple struck out today to Sheriff Turner said that after sultant while serving as gover- His last chance of debating return to the semester Three of the four requests to
final 11-hour count was flee from East
The Germany. Haydon Burns of Jacksonville system in both universities and address the commission are related -
Cason shot of
was a
at 8 to-
to start nor.Burns
scheduled p.m. West Berlin police reportedthat about 300 men gathered and has said his business apparently gone; High decidedSee junior colleges.See to the dismissal of Harold
night. the husband, 23, got started combing the woods. In- involved advising companies on ( HIGH on Page 2)) ( BURNS on Page 2)) ((See CITY on Page )

) The Saturn 1 claimed title through five rows of barbed cluded were men from the Sher 2)r

as the world's most powerful wire into the West Berlin sub- iff's departments of Levy, THE HARRIS SURVEY r -,'
rocket last January when it or- urb of Spandau. But he had to Alachua, Marion, Gilchrist and -.,"
bited a 37,700-pound satellite, watch helplessly as East German Union counties, the Florida -,"" ,
the heaviest ever sent aloft. The border guards caught his Highway Patrol, Florida Forest :

big booster will be seeking its wife,.19, and led her away. (See CAPTURE on Page 2)) \ California Vote Has ? ? ? : .

Court Orders Mixed Schools .

By LOUIS HARRIS -However, if these voters were to decide between the two .
Gov. Nelson Rockefeller continues to lead in the showdownJune men on the basis of their stands on public issues, Rockefeller :
2 California Presidential primary ir. a head-to-head would win by 59 41 per cent. In fact, for every two California
In Prince Edward CountyWASHINGTON contest with Sen. Barry Goldwater.As Republicans who are favorable to Goldwater on the -

reported in a special survey last week, Rockefeller re- issues, there are thee who are critical of what they understand ,
ceived the' votes of 57' per cent of a carefully chosen sampleof to be his stated positions.The :-

(AP) The Virginia "with directions to en- equate to re-open, operate, and citizens and Goldwater 43 per cent. mark of almost every GOP primary this year has
Supreme Court ordered Prince ter a decree which will guarantee maintain without racial dis- In a year of Republican primary surprises, however, the been that the man tabbed as the underdog has done better
Edward County, Va., today to that these petitioners (Ne- crimination a public school California campaign is complicated by the fact that nearly than expected. Barry Goldwater is now the underdog in _
reopen its public schools on a gro students) will get the kindof system in Prince Edward Coun- half the state's Republicans prefer a candidate other than the California. In addition, charges about a Lodge-Rockefeller .
desegregated basis by next education that Is given in the ty like that operated in other two whose names are listed on the ballot. "gang-up" could win the senator votes. The late President
September. state's public schools." counties in Virginia." Here are the pivotal facts on which this California primary Kennedy capitalized on this issue during the 1960 West Virginia

education officials hinges: primary. ,
closed' the schools in 1959 to He declared that the federal Black added that "If it be- -The real first choice for the GOP Presidential nominationis The line-up of first and second choices among California --

avoid court-ordered admissionof district court in Virginia may, comes necessary to add newparties" spread among four men: Rockefeller, Lodge, Nixon and voters before and after the Oregon primary:
Negroes. if necessary to prevent further to the lengthy litiga- Goldwater with the preferences all bunched closely together.But FIRST CHOICE AMONG GOP ..

The Prince Edward racial racial discrimination, requirethe tion to accomplish the purpose the voters in the California primary can choose only After Oregon Before -Oregon .
controversy has been fought hj county supervisors "to exercise ordered today, the federal courtin Rockefeller or Goldwater, for no others are listed on the Per Cent Per Cent -
Virginia "is free to do :)
state and federal courts since the power that is theirsto so. ballot and no write-ins are allowed.In Rockefeller S 5S 26 10 ..
May, 1951. It was one of the or. levy taxes to raise funds ad- The U.S. District Court in terms of hard-core or real first choice votes, Rockefeller a Lodge .-. -i 24 32 ; -

iginal school desegregation' Virginia, Black said, has powerto is not much ahead of Goldwater. However, the New York Goldwater 21 28 .- -.
cases decided by the Supreme order the public schools opened governor is now acceptable as a second choice alternative to Nixon 21 23 } ,
Court on May 17, 1954. if such an order is "re- three times as many voters as the Arizona senator. Scranton 2 5'. ,-
Justice Hugo L. Black deliv- WHERETO quired to assure these petitioners -The outcome in many ways will depend on the residual Mrs. Smith 2 _.
ered the court's main opinion (Negro students) that their choice of voters who prefer Lodge or Nixon. The Lodge voters Not sure. 't' > h" 4 2
today. constitutional rights will no for the most part had already come over to Rockefeller even !' .SECOND CHOICE AMONG GOP
Justices Tom C. Clark and FIND IT longer be denied them." before the ambassador's backers had thrown their support n. After Oregon Before Oregon '. :

John_ M._ Harlan ,noted they "The time for mere 'deliberate officially to the governor. Today, more Nixon supporters are .. Per Cent Per Cent r
agreed with the reasoning in Comics . 12 speed' has run out, and that for Rockefeller than _Goldwater, but over a third of them are LodgeNixon 28 20 t
Black's opinion, but disagreed Classified . .. 13.15 phrase can no longer justify still undecided.In 26 24 *
with the holding that federal Entertainment .. . 7 denying these Prince Edward a straight-out contest over which man has the most Rockefeller 21 23
courts are empowered to order Obituaries . 11 County school children their appealing personality and character, Goldwater would win Scranton '..... f 8' 8 .
re-opening ofthe county Opinion Page . 4Sports constitutional rights to an edu- over Rockefeller 58 to 42 per cent. He is seen as a forthrightand Goldwater 7t .14 .
_schools. ; ... .. 9,10omen's cation equal to that affordedby blunt Westerner, with whom many Californians feel at Mrs. Smith 2 >'4 .*.
.. .. .. .. .. .. .6.
: Black said the case would go the public schools in other home. Rockefeller the invader from the _East, still suffers Not sure j :i;; .*;i. 8 7
tack to U.s. District Court-in parts of .VirginiaBlack stated. from criticism over his divorce and remarriage ,(See HARRIS on Page 11))

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2 Gainesville Sun Monday May 25, 1954

Weather Roundup More Ah9utCapture. 1l\lore About ., More About :

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Issues BurnsFrom High :..

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On Ballot From Page One Froin.Pag' 1..

/!t eY wa' -Continuation 'of "free public efforts in the field of citrus con- ito
Tomorrow's election day. ;ru.Ks.d' Service, conservation cff'cers and open schools." centrate. wind up the campaign beforeTuesday's 'uphold the law, if passed or Invite -

ZOXESH and Chiefland VFW Sher- on the eve of the run- runoff in Dade, Brow.I' federal marshals and economic
Even though the fanfare has ... the -Emphasis on extension of Today
---- state.
gone to two men named Burns BeE F I Partly \ \ ..+ia. iff's Auxiliary.Turner the interstate highway: system off primary election with Mayor ard and Palm Beach counties. chaos into his

and High, there are other ques- cloudy through; Tuesday with' / '/ 9 gave special credit to and development of the primary Robert King High of Miami for for Those three southeast counI In a Sunday afternoon tour of

tions on the ballot for 24.185 widely scattered showers. ,w this latter organization whichhe road system. the Democratic nomination I ties have 560,000 of the state's!six shopping centers around Miami

Alachua County Democrats and Low tonight in the 60s. High : '; '/ said had been especially governor, Burns planned to remain 1.8 million registered Demo- High accused newspapers

1,770 Republicans. Tuesday 86 to 92. Variable E trained by his department for Appointment of qualified in his hometown. crats. in two north Florida cities of rejecting -

winds 5 to 15 miles an hour. .... women to important state posts He had an 11:30 a.m. date in campaign ads which
Democrats have a choice be- this type work. He will have a 30-minute paid
Zr.. such as the university board of the Gator Bowl with membersof of endorsements
tween Haydon Burns and Robert A Partly cloudy this afternoon telecast over Channel 5 in West were reprints
tonight and Tuesday. Widely scatter Union County Sheriff the Burns' Blitzers, was the Gainesville Sun.
King High for governor; ed afternoon and evening thunder:how- Whitehead had brought his to: parade with them through Palm Beach tonight. I
ers Low tonight e4 to 72. High Tues -Promotion of travel and
Claude Brandon and Arthur W. day in the 80s. bloodhounds down to help with downtown Jacksonville. High reiterated his desire for He said rejections came from

Thompson for County Commis- D Partly cloudy through Tues- ''W the search. an endeavor "to make Floridathe I No formal speeches were on joint debate Sunday night in a the publishers of the Jackson
sion, delegates to the Democratic day with widely scattered afternoon sports center of the world. i his schedule. telecast seen in Miami, West ville Times-Union and the Jacksonville
showers. Low tonight <4 to 68. .1\
National Convention and the Tuesday: 10 to ts. Variable winds i Turner said that the recaptured Development of new industry -I Flying home from his Tampa Palm Beach, Tampa, Daytona Journal and publishers
to 15 miles an hour. convicts would be and improvement of the tax :
committeeman and woman. r I trip Burns told newsmen he :Beach and Orlando. It also was of the News and Journal at Pen-
G J K Partly cloudy through do pt' a+ charged with escape, two climate for both old and new in had traveled miles in his
50,000 heard four Jacksonville radio sacola.
Republican vote for either the Tuesday with a few scattered show and on a
i counts of breaking enter- dustries. I
ers. Low tonight 70 to 7$. .Tuesday for
, High double-primary campaign stations.
spokesman -
unpledged National Convention K ta 84. Easterly winds to 15 ing and assault with intent to extensionof An advertising agency
miles an_hour. GAINESVILLE WEATHERCEDAR -Opposition to any the Democratic nomination, 36- Jack-
delegation .or the slate pledged! murder. "I've wanted to debate so we Joe Dwyer, said the
to Barry Goldwater and fornational KEY TIDES -Municipal Airport readings legalized gambling. 000 of it by air. can ask questions of each oth- sonville publishing firm rejectedit

committeeman and Tuesday High at 2:10 I.m. and for 24 hours to 8 a.m. today I Strong, of Auburndale, was -Leadership for reestablishment Hard on the heels of his er," High said. unless part concerning a for

woman. 1:02 p.m. pjn. Low at 7.23 am. and 1:13 : High 85 at 2 p.m., low serving time for robbery and of Bible study and prayerin pledge to the citrus interests in He had invited Burns to share mer Duval County sheriff was

61 at 6 a.m. No rain. auto theft. Turner said this was the public schools. his television speech came a the program but Burns once omitted; and that the Pensacola

There are 580, Democrat and ALMANAC.TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE the eighth escape for Strong. Speaking Sunday night on teLevision warning to the phosphate indus- declined publisher claimed It was received .
again joint
21 Republican ,absentee. voters Sunset today ................ 7.22 p.m. High Low Prec,. Brown was serving time for station WFLA, Tampa, try that it must take care of its appear- late.
Sunrise tomorrow........... 5:31 Jacksonville 84 63 ances. Burns called them off a too
am. the end of the citrus Burns said
at western pollution problems.
eligible to vote tomorrow witha _.... .. grand larceny. Florida
Moonrise today .. 6:53 p.m. Miami 11 76 .21 week ago after four debates at Dwyer said 15 other
total of 26,267 registered vot- Full Moon tomorrow ,........ 4:2 a.m. Tampa 90 74 belt, the Jacksonville mayor the industry must organize a
Our next Full Moon, on June 24; will Atlanta 165 Cason said the blast from the said he would in efforts with good land reclamation Orlando, Tampa Cocoa Beach newspapers printed the ad.
ers signed up in the county. be totally eclipsed: and this eclipse will New Orleans 86 67 .OS program
be visible throughout North America Boston 93 67 shotgun felt like "somebody had the federal government to improve for mined-out areas. and Miami.
and exceDt in the northwestern part. of the New York t1 70 shoved their fist High clarified his position as Only 43 per cent of adult
Here are the 32 precincts, continent. Washington 92 73 through me. the quality standards for The industry is concentratedin
voters registered in each, in MARINE FORECAST ,Chicago Kansas 79 11 54 63 He said he hopes to get out of citrus products. He said he Polk and Hillsborough coun a moderate on civil rights. He Americans have completed
City the hospital either tomorrow said no has a vote on high school, according to the
Alachua County: Denver 85 61 or :would also oppose any off-shore ties. governor
mainly EAST In GUlF the-afternoon., Scattered Variable showers Ft.Los Worth Angeles 77 to 61 68 Wednesday.He it, but whoever is governor must U. S. Office of Education.
1. Waldo 482 registered Tot- winds 5 to 15 knots. Seattle 56 38 .If I ,
will be carrying the load Tear Gas Puts Down '
ers. Support and Re-Elect a
Five-Dav Forecast of birdshot under his skin, he
2. LaCrosse 334. .
... -' said, until the shot work out of CLAUDE BRANDONCOUNTY
3. Alachua 837. '" their own accord. Prison Disturbance HereA I
Temperatures are expected to going from 63 at Tallahassee to
4. Kirby Smith School 881. COMMISSIONER
average about normal for the 69 at Miami and 75 at Key West. I
5. J. J. Fjnley School 1,697. More About pair of unruly prisoners, him,threatened them with razor "The Effective
five-day period ending Saturdaywith Widely scattered showers, most-
6. Newberry 614. I who threatened deputies with blades. i
7. Sidney Lanier School no important day to day ly in the afternoon, are expectedwith Candidate"Vote
1,429. changes forecast. Normal highs I: most places accumulating razor blades, were routed from When officers couldn't get for the with PROVEN -
Riot close enough to subdue him: man a
8. Hawthorne 563. range from 86 to 88 with lows around one-half inch of rain. their cells at the county jail
without : record of and .
9. Island Grove 124. yesterday with tear gas. risking injury they, experience
10. Micanopy 378. used tear gas. I I know-how in getting the job

11. Archer 508. CANDLELIGHTFOR From>< >< Page 1 They started causing a distur- No charges were made in the 11 I done. Pd. Adv.

12. Stephen Foster School o bance just before visiting hours incident.

1,611. HIGH WORKERS j The clock ticked on. Only started Sheriff Joe Crevasse

13. School Administration i moments were left when a spec- .

Building 1,333. tator jumped out of the lower- said.A .
14. Melrose 196. JACKSONVILLE (AP-In the George Proctor, charged today I priced seats and raced across deputy closed a window on

15. Rochelle 150. Jacksonville governorship cam- that the city-owned power plant the grass toward the referee. their cell door for security pur- AT Me DUFF .
of won't turn on High's lights. For poses during the visiting pe-
paign headquarters Mayor
Girl Scout Hut 1,156.
16. two weeks his workers have Police cornered the fan and riod. The pair previously had

17. Gainesville High 662. Haydon Burns, electric lights used candles stuck in bottles. dragged him off. Other spectators -i tried to escape the jail. They
18. Arredondo 302. glow by night. Across the street, .
poured onto the field. pleaded innocent to escape
19. Orange Heights 132. the headquarters of Miami's "The Burns headquarters has charges Friday. DOWN LDSGRADUATION

20. High Springs City Hall Mayor Robert King High oper- light,*' said Proctor, an attor The referee called off the

629. ates by candlelight.High's ney. "So did the office used by; game. Police escorted him off. One of the men, Wayne H. $

21. High Springs Clinic 483. High, until High moved in. the field. The players headed. Brooks, became unruly, and tilI
22. Campville 93. I Duval county manager, I for the dressing rooms. I when deputies tried to quiet I ,

23. P. K. Yonge 1,214. "We called the city's electric'"

24. Westwood School 1,322.. department to have the lights !
25. Buchholz 1049. Deputies turned on. I was told a $50 deposit : No One BURNS With More DesireTo :

26. Littlewood School 1,394. was required. I took my i Serve His State I
27. Recreation Center 793. personal check for $50 and de-I I II

28. Voting Machine Warehouse To Watch posited it with the city. The city Won't You Help I .

1,402. is still holding it. Napoleon B- Broward Be HIGH? FAMOUS :

29. Howard Bishop t,137. "A company man came and'
ElectionTALLAHASSEE I' ,. .
30. Lake Forest School 966. looked around and told us he <':.," ... NAPOLEON B.

31. Florida Union (UF) 996. couldn't turn on the lights 4 $f. e g..; ELGIN RADIOS.

32. St. Michael's Church 340. (AP) Spe-- cause the wiring was ::' fl : Broward portable ::5
cial deputies will watch Florida Burns and High are rivals intomorrow's : $ .
voting Tuesday and report ir- Democratic ,;1i /-.,:.,.: ..: rA ,. ,
primary &
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regularities. runoff election.J. ,, -:< '
.'t-.K for Better Styling Than You'll Find Anywhere Else
: Dillon Kennedy, commis- i At These Prices.
Secretary of State Tom Adams ,: .
sioner of electric and water util-1 DemocraticCommitteeman
City told newsmen today he orderedthe lht;
ities, said High was refused
deputies to observe the vot- 1 ., f.&j National
service because the wiring was
ing in each county not their 1 .' gaTIiniiI ;U',.
defective in the building and' .l ;
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From Page 1 own by request from Mayor :: f J\

Robert King High of Miami, one turning on the current could ," J; ;:: !' Napoleon B. Broward '. <,..,.. '[ '.
create fire I f"
a ... i. .:
Acosta two weeks ago. A fourth of the two candidates for gov- .. .. i.x4. ;. : will be heard in national 'Z: 4"$;; "';tt.- if.4>'
be from : f. party councils as yourCommitteeman {{I.f.5% .#; ,; ::l
request is expected to ernor. ., .
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Monday.. May. %S. 1964 Gainesville Sun 3I

II I Purposeful{( Life Without Fear Is Best i n ; r 3


nod By ALTON BLAKESLEE M in higher brackets. The higherthe living with a purpose and with ..: ... i'a
STAMLER, position'the more satisfac-II out fear as though you would'
M.D. YOUR HEART HAS NINE LIVES7are tion men and women may derive -live forever."' I' Just tell us how much you need
I old bills, for home Im
Many men comfort them- from the demands of their Dr. E. Grey Dimond, La provements pay car repairs, for all
selves that it is mainly the bigman jobs, while employes in lower Jolla, "I work and drive as hard your seasonal expenses. Phone

in the big job who is hur- good for us if we're not adrenalin and chemical changes :sistent high cholesterol because income levels may feel more as I am capable, and fully be- for prompt, courteous service.

ried to the grave from a heart to live dull, vegetable lives, in our blood to make us t of chronic nervous tension and frustration, or even resentment. lieve that I would have found, or a r R.nn... .e.r ...

attack. because of tensions and empty of change and progressand more alert, to prepare for fight :stress is still not known. Other studies all show exec- made, life just as stressful had Il $185.00 26900 $11.00 1600 $42800 537.00 $2500 31.00
stresses. richness of experience. The or flight But invariably we It's certainly not unreasonableto utives and professional peopleto I lived in ancient Egypt, in 33800 2000 60000 3439
There's also some general impressions question is whether too much don't find it either permissable susupect that the kick-ups in be no more prone to coronary Greece, or in Rome I do 14 Payments iocludi interest and pnneipaJ.

that the tensions of stress somehow is doing some or possible to run away or I cholesterol and blood pressure disease than people on not personally feel 'stressed' 11 LOANS UP TO $600FAMILY
our big modern living are one of us in. throw a punch. This may be from stresses could help promote other economic levels. and do not believe modern liv-

of the great enemies of our All this is very difficult to as- hard on our arteries and heart, I atherosclerosis, especiallyin solid ing, or my version of 'it, has
There is little informa-
hearts, and that nothing much sess. If psychological stress in unless we can find ways of : people on high fat, high- changed my survival time one !
tion that psychological and cul-
can be done about it. general is a KEY factor in coronary handling stress. t cholesterol, high calorie diets. day."

We are all too well aware that heart disease, then we In the person with angina pec- Our personalities, and ways tural stresses by themselves Dr. J. Scott Butterworth, New FINANCE SERVICE, INC.of .
of and
people drop dead of heart at- must assume that similar stress toris from narrowed arteries, 'we react to stress, could well be produce enough a large York: "If more of us were con- Gainesville

tacks at thrilling baseball either doesn't exist, or else it physical exertion can bring pain i involved. Two men on the same lasting change in blood choles- cerned with the art of living t 204 S. E, First St. ... .%..-. .FR 64661
games, or during fires, or on operates differently, in coun- when the heart is forced to work 'job, even a menial one, can re- terol or other mechanisms to with the quest for longevity, "gg-*''*
of the
other occasions of stress and tries where the incidence of harder, and suffers from lack ;act differently, with one being Slurry the development than with the quest for longe-
disease. But
excitement heart disease is very low. of oxygen. Emotional excitement 1 ahappy and frustrated, the oth artery clogging vity, we'd live more happily and Dine With Your Gracious HostTOMORROW'S
stress could be a factor, actingin
Stress and tension do have Is a particular kind of stress or anger brings similar effects I er quite contented. productively, and perhaps longer
powerful effects upon our bodies involved in bringing on athe- in such a person, putting a Even if the two men react the concert with other influences. too." COMPLETE LUNCHEON

and can even raise blood rosclerotic disease? Or is stress, heavier work load on the heart, :same way to their jobs their What is your defense? Here I (Tomorrow: Four Conspirators AZ COUNTRY

cholesterol temporarily.But or certain types of stress, signif- and can even result in a heart J stresses at home from family or are some tips from- heart spe- . And Your Defense.]) er SMOKED

it is still far from clear icant only when linked with oth attack. health problems can vary greatly. cialists: Nine(Condensed Lives," published from "Your by Prentice Heart Hall Has I SAUSAGE( ),
I that tension and stress INDUCEthe elements such diet smoking Dr. Irvine Page of Cleveland Hash Brown r
er as Humans also vary in how : copyright 1964 by Alton Blakeslee) {
artery clogging, or are a high blood pressure? But the fear or anger simply much they either suppress emotions A formula for hygiene of good 1f Potatoes B !
cannot reach out suddenly to' Spring Salad
key influence in setting us up What kinds of stresses (if any) clamp off a healthy heart ar- of let off steam, how living "consists among other Earl C. MayRepresenting Hot Biscuits&
for heart attacks. And it's de are really harmful fear and much they find outlets for ten- things of good weight control, Butter
batable whether our way of life, anxiety anger and frustration, tery. A long series of reac- :sions through hobbies or ex regular exercise, disciplinedlife Hot Coffee or COMPLETE
combined with
tions to stress Iced Tea
today really involves MORE uncertainty and boredom and ercise.In l participation in those things' The Equitable Life Your
Second Cup of Coffee teed TeaIs
other factors, might have some Assurance Society or
stress than our ancestors faced. restlessness, rapid change, time effect. any case heart attacks are you can influence and avoid I' FR 2-3576 Always FREE.
Poverty, economic depres, pressure, working too hard, fa assuredly not primarily a dis- ance of those you cannot, and

sions.fear of unemployment tigue, not getting enugh sleep?, Some researchers hold that I ease of executives now. -I p
.!J anger over social injustices -. Clues to clarify the role of high blood pressure is a response In a three year study of du- xT ;
I and Re-Elect
I Ji anxieties about 0 of a vulnerable person to Pont Company employes, initial'I Support :

children, the race between coming unfavorable life experiences and heart attacks after age 45 were! r CAFETERIA-
f come and debt, personal tragedies Everyone knows our hearts stresses. Stressful situations found to have ccurred more! CLAUDE BRANDON (I I' ; ;

the pressure to make critical beat faster and blood pressure, can also kick up blood cholesterol frequently among lower salar- I Lunch Dinner 11:30 4:30 a.m. to 2:05 p.m.
to 8:05
decisions these stresses i rises and our hands may gel: levels. Blood cholesterol] ied male employes than those I COUNTY COMMISSIONER p.m. p.m.
have been with us for a very I clammy when we become has been found to rise sometimes II I 1212 North Main Street

long time. scared or angry, or anxious, or, when a person has an reciting Paid Advertising : 'The All-County Candidate" I GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTERAir
Some challenges call them I even when we ask for a raise. dream. "t ,
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stresses or tensions if you will l We react to stress with more But whether people have per- s Vote for the man with a PROV- Free Parking

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Ir Ike Statement Puzzles GOP 1"I....,.........r_I. ENTIRE county. Pd. Adv. I I," -.I

'I', By LARRY OSIUSI er was still up in the air. cover all of them.
I WASHINGTON (AP) Re- Rep. William E. Miller of New I F. Clifton White, co-director

< publicans gathered here todayto York, the GOP national chair- .of field operations for Goldwater -

complete arrangements for man, has considerable backingfor said "the general is just re-
their 1964 convention and poni the job, but he said Sunday iterating Republican principles.I .

dered whether a new statement night that he does not want it. am sure the general is not

/ by Dwight D. Eisenhower would There also were reports that going to participate in any stop
influence that convention's Hatfield would be proposed for movement or any gang up
I choice of presidential nomi- the dual role of
a temporary movement on any other Repub- ARMED WITH THE
chairman, to open the convention lican." _
nee.The and keynote speaker, to de-
former president called liver the quadrennial indictmentof John Wells, national director
Sunday for "responsibile, forward the opposition party. of Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller's POWER OF THE PEOPLE

J looking Republicansim"and campaign, said, "It appears to ,
I a candidate who would carry Backers of Sen. Barry Gold- I me that Rockefeller sits right!

out that program. But he did water, R-Ariz., an active candi in the middle of Gen. Eisenhower's 'EKE
t not name any names, and he repeated date for the presidential nomina- I statement." HE CAN DO IT!

I that he does not intend tion, indicated they would op- - 'i3vAKsJI
to dictate the convention's pose such a move. I. Retired Gen. C. T. (Buck)
\ choice of a nominee. Lanham, active in the campaignto
I Many committee memberswere draft Ambassador Henry
The convention arrangements more interested in Eisen Cabot Lodge for the nomination,
committee's main job today was hower's statement in a copy- said Eisenhower's statement of GOt1AtK
to slate of officials right New York Herald Tribune
pick a acceptable GOP principles fits Lodge and
to backers of all the story than in convention ar- could cover Rockefeller or Gov. / SC)

major potential nominees.Sen. rangements.The William W. Scranton of Pennsylvania \ 0
big question was: Had the as well. )1)
Thruston B. Morton of
former statement
Kentucky, a moderate, and Gov. president's of Harold E. Stassen, an announced ,
hurt the chances
helped or
Mark Hatfield of Oregon, gener- I candidate, said in Phil.
of the potential nominees?
ally considered a liberal Repub- any adelphia: "We needed these
Miller had no comment. Other
lican, were the likely choicesfor words from him (Eisenhower).
party leaders who are not open-
permanent and temporary I hope he takes an increasinglyactive
ly backing of the candidates
chairman respectively.The role in the crucial 1964
seemed to think Eisenhower had
position of keynote speaki decision of our Republican
1 knitted a blanket big enough toVOTE party."

i China Snubs

,1; UN Border Floridians can look for-
ward to a typical sum-
this with hot ,
A mer year
Patrol Plan weather and limited rain-
ForDEMOCRATIC fall. To insure that your
Communist t NATIONAL lawn and shrubs receive
adequate water why not
China today called U.S. proposals -
for guarding the South call --
Viet Nam-Cambodia border with CandidateWith BEVILLE'S A
United Nations patrols a plot to *. .
expand American aggression in florida A NURSERY MODERATION VS. DIE-HARD EXTREMISTS ''

Indochina. lackrolladOf and Garden Center fora
FREE estimate without Miami under High has achieved peaceful race relations and economic growth ;
"U.S. aggressors must get out t JlldiclolEzperieace '
of South Viet Nam; they must: obligation on the bestunderground Jacksonville under Burns, and all Florida as a result, received a black eye
Y k I
i sprin e r
get out of Indochina, a Peking Party Aid system. throughout the nation with its record of violence.
Peking ,
radio broadcast quoted a i Services
People's Daily editorial aR Call FR 6-4030
Pd. Adv. .I

Replying to U.S. Ambassador
I Adlai E. Stevenson's declara- !In the last three years fo-which.ffetra are available (both High and Burps

tion Security May Council 21 before the the Chinese U.N. ALERT TODAY being mayors): Jacksonville expecxfitures are up $5.5 mlioa with a'declining

said: "China absolutely cannot ALIVE population; Miami expendfcwes up only$lpty)00) with a ho .expanding

allow drawn the into United the situation Nations in to Indochina be- \L.TOMORROW population JacksonvSe municipal 'debt; up $24'm3fion (to $55f( per person. );

I :' Miami municipal debt down $7 miffion (to $290 per peon) ,
The Red Chinese rejection A "SAFETY CIRCLE"

was spelled out in an editorial INSPECTION STATIONBROWN'S
wise unidentified but highranking TEXACO SERVICE I

official. Bums advocates "more sales tax"; High opposes further sales aiAcs and
1206 W. UNIV. AYE. 372-9147
Security Stevenson Council proposed request that Ca.n-the urges "special interest" industries including railroads to pay their.fair share.

bodia and Souht Viet Nam to

establish a military force to pa- .,

have crossed in .
!I recent etnamese weeks troops in pursuit of Communist High is committed to no one except the,people of-Florida; Bums has the '.; -

Viet Cong units. He said "'',," } your responsibility backing (and the obligations which go with ft) of the Big Money and Big Power. ..
this bilateral force should be Don't let Florida down! I
f augmented by, and possibly r
I commanded by U.N. observers. t FREE RIDES TRUTHFULNESS VS. DISTORTIONSecretary
Alternatively, he suggested .: I

t formation of an all-U.N. forceto TO POLLS of State Tom Adams, Communer; of Agriculture Doyle Conner,
which the United States
t would be willing to contribute. :' :: CALL and U.S. Senators Spessard Holland and George Smathers have publicly stated

U.S. advisers contend the .. iiat they are endorsing no candidate in the run-off, despite Bums' claim
Communist Viet Cong openly I ..-.;:
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Cambodia before r to their endorsement
us as sanctuary -
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and after raids on South .. -- -

I Viet Nam. t'A 376-7839 I :
The editorial broadcast by Pe-I < { ;

king radio said: "These proposals Let's Give : IT'SHIGHTIME '
Stevenson :
by are
becom-I Haydon Burns A .
Landslide! !!
designed to draw the United Na- :
tions, which is under U.S. con- II I
trol, into territories close to'i Jii- HAYDON BURNS i I > "

South Viet Nam and Cambodia I I Pd. Pol. Adv.II .

and thus to draw the U.N. into Governor of FloridaPd.
the contaminated South Vietnamese j
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.! (iafritzuille Sun :APeriod Reconciliation n

S THE By JAMES RESIGN and technicians into the South and they are adding to the

\: 2fr m Dark W\msa power of the Negro and the rising Southern middle class

JOHX R. HARRISON. Preildent and FIERY RUN, Va. In the first six months of his ad. which wants to concentrate on the future rather than the past.
ministration President Johnson has raised three hopes:
denti ED JOHNSON Vice Preiidcntud
dealings with the and the
Florida's Beautiful ExeotiT Utter W. G. (BID I that he may be able to ease the tension between the North Congress
business commmunity the old
President has minimized the
Proldent .ad Advertising executive branchesof
EBEESOtE Vie and the South, between the legislative and
University City' DirtcUri BOB TARTAGLIONE. RALPH McGILL I the government, and between the White House and the ideological arguments and emphasized the practical.At .
Vie President ucl CireulUoa *- Pulitzer Prize Wtauinr PublishtrOl no time since the war has a president had more
Miatfcr. the AtUnU. (G&.) ComUtBlto* business community.His cooperation on Capitol Hill. Even his foreign aid bill, of all
with the and the intel-
relations diplomatic community
things, is going through without the usual cuts, and part of
at home and abroad still insecure
lectual community are ,
His LastBook the reason for the failure of the influential Republican king-
these three other fields the hmoe front he has
but in
i 1. Report the news fully and Impartially in the news columns. makers to get involved in the battle over the Republican

2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in--editorials. made visible progress. presidential nomination seems to be that they are really not

'I 3. Publish .all sides of important controversial issues. very mad at Johnson.
OnParis FOR THE FIRST TIME since the war, there Is now a free
The Sun's Even the intellectuals, who opposed Johnson's political ambitions .
; telephones All
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the of for
.. and frank discussion about problem equal rights for the presidency in 1960, and were at first savagein
1k, Want Ads-376-4672 I the Negro between the White House and the political and busi- their criticism of his methods and style in the first coupleof

ness leaders of the South. months, now agree that his progress in easing the ten-

Il A Question of Journalistic EthicsThe Senator Russell of Georgia Is not convinced of the validityof sion with the South, the Congress and the business community
Johnson's civil rights bill, but at least he is listening. is impressive.

More important, Senators Hayden of Arizona, Cannon of Mis-
Ford Motor Company was The student editors probably It is perhaps well to stipulate
are souri, and several other key Democratic doubters may not
at the outset that I am a THEY ARE STILL not comfortable with himprobablynever
sharply criticized last week by Sigma telling themselves that the Ford be convinced than Senator Russell but
now Hemingway addict. He did not any more they are so will be-but they have to admit that he is healing

Delta Chi, national college and pro Company's loan of a car was really write anything that was not close in their personal relations with President Johnson that some of the most serious wounds in our society.

fessional journalism society, for offering just a generous gesture with no well done, although, to be they may in the end either vote to close the civil rights Accordingly, the general feeling here is that the Presidenthas

to lend some of its new, sporty strings attached. We hope that be- sure, the quality of some debate or at least not vote to continue the filibuster.In done better in his first six months than either his enemies
his endless talks with his influential Southern politicaland
books excelled that of or even his friends expected on that tragic day when
Mustangs to college newspaper edi- fore they turn the cars back to the some business friends, President Johnson has emphasizednot President
others. This judgment for Kennedy was murdered.The .
tors. dealers will ask themselves goes the moral but the economic
they only political and argumentsfor
"Across the River and Into basic question is: What is the end and purpose of all
why they were chosen by the Ford the Trees." It may be, as the his civil rights bill._ this remarkable political skill?

The offer was a sales promotion Motor Company over the school's critics said, that in it Hem- This, of course, is what has troubled the President's critics

gimmick. The student editors who highest ranking Phi Beta Kappa ingway was writing about HE HAS POINTED, for example, to the results of the and it may be significant that on the six-months's anniver.
presidential election in where Governor
himself and merely cloakedthe primary Maryland, sary of his stewardship he went to the University of Michigan -
accepted the offer ((44 of them did) winner or the outstanding history central character in the Wallace of Alabama got 43 per cent of the vote. WaUace'striumphant and tried to define his goals.

are permitted to use the cars until major in this year's senior class.It uniform of a general. This is claim was that he carried a majority of the white

the end of the present school term. not important. But in passing, vote in that state and would have won if the colored people "TIlE CHALLENGE," he said, "of the next half century
I Then they will turn them in to the was heartening to learn that the one could say that there wasa not voted. is whether we have the wisdom to use our wealth to enrich .
student famous general of the Sec But that, President Johnson has emphasized, is precisely *and evelvate our national life-and to advance the
local dealers. editor of the Florida Alligator qual.
the point for the Southerners
I- to recognize: That the colored -
of American
ity civilization. The
ond World War who was very great society is not a safe
. the University of Florida'scampus people are going to vote in increasing numbers, and that
harbor. The
much like the character in the great society is a place where men are more
The journalism society was properly newspaper, is one who tookto novel. He could talk only of they are going to hold the balance of political power before concerned with the quality of their goals than the quantity

b indignant that such an offer heart the ethics of the profession. wars, hunting, himself and his too many years in Alabama, and maybe even in Mississippi, of their goods."

should have been made and acceptedby He is John Askins. John told the theories of life and battles. as they did in the latest primary election in Maryland.This Maybe this is merely the beginning of his attempt to bring
pragmatic argument by the President to his Southern the intellectual and
community his
a good many of the editors. Itt Ford representatives unless they PERHAPS Hemingway did friends has probably had more effect than is generally real but at least even the intellectuals agree administration that a reconciliation together,

vented its indignation, however, on could remove all influence peddling invest the general with some ized. The industrialization of the South, which segregationistswant with the South, the Congress and the business communIty -

I the wrong target. Criticism of the from the offer they should just for- of his, Hemingway's, emotional as much as Johnson, is bringing a new class of managers is a good beginning.

deal should have been directed chiefly get ::it. responses to these same

I : at the student editors. experiences. But it was not

Askins felt the offer might have true to say the aging military
t figure was an artificial figure
:'' : Some of it might have been directed some strings attached which might created merely to express Voice of the

; :: also at the schools of journalism lead to favoritism in news releases.All Hemingway's philoso- People

which appear to have failed to get phy. There are a few critics ,I IOn

\ : across to some of their top students college newspapers are not who suffer from a sort of 1 I
Hemingway syndrome. The The Sun's
under ; Opinion Page,
: one of the first rules of practical necessarily published mention of his name sets them

4 I : newspaper ethics. This is: Avoid like journalism. Indeed, not even a off into a sort of jerky, St. Opinions and comments of Sun readers are welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters

the plague the reality or the appearance majority of American colleges and Vitus like dance of verbal must be signed! and bear the *" "'* oddres Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should

,, I I that a journalist's position of universities even have journalism rejection. The living Heming- not Sun exceed 500 the words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The
cared little for critics.It right to reject ony 'letter or to shorten it, without changing! the writer's meaning or
I : influence can be bought and paid for. schools. But all have a student news way intent.
: is highly unlikely that they

paper of some kind. will trouble Hemingway dead. Why Be 'Cute' potentates", but just how who had the guts to get this Endorsement

: Sooner or later most* of these stu- "A Moveable Feast," the many powerful potentates are far out on a limb.
: dent editors, if they stay in the pro- The Alligator is strictly a student last book written and organ. Endorsement? there list ? 300,000? Evidently the Just who are our "depressedcitizens" Backs ProgressEDITOR
must also
ized by Hemingway, has now include
fession will find themselves publication with no supervision by ? Those working at
EDITOR, Sun: If there were of thousands of
been There 20 non-po
are less than
$1.25 hour Sun All
or : throughthis
: to handle news involving a member the UF journalism faculty. But the sketches in this book. They an award for "courage against tentates who just want Hay- those without jobs per at all. Even yea r 's gubernatorial

: of Congress, a town mayor or a Alligator staff, especially at the were written out of old note great odds" editorials your don Burns to be their Gov- the Federal Government has campaign I have heard the

: member of the state Legislature accused top, is traditionally dominated by books covering the years 1921- endorsement of Robert King ernor. been unable to attack this cries of the workers of Jacksonville .

f : of accepting gifts and favors journalism majors like John 26. Mary Hemingway has for High would win another laurel "Thirty daily newspapers problem on an across the Mayor Haydon Burns,
written that when she and her your already well deco- have endorsed Burns." It board
basis and Mr. High that all Bob High has
from with to A Askins. going
: persons an ax grind. rated crown. It has always
husband went to Paris in 1956 seems to me that a note of would be better advised to advocate for him are some of "those
f : reporter or editor who accepts favors they stopped at the Ritz, an seemed to me that editorial a "holier than-thou" attitude such a Utopian Ideal nutty college kids."

from advertisers, politicians or anyone The UF School of Journalism and old favorite of her husband's. writers should sign their mas- seems to creep in at this than to promise it, especially

I I : else he is in a position to "payback" Communications can take a bow for There the baggage room attendants terpieces and preface them point. Just why does the editorial when he makes no promises We're bedragled and taggJ

: is in no position to criticize influence its ethical and professional nettle. It insisted he do some- with the statement that "thisis policy of these papers whatever about the new jabsto as the effervescent liberals.
one man's opinion". At
J thing about his trunks stored reflect the views of "conserv take care of those whose do-gooders and egg-heads.
: peddling in government. shows up in editors like Askins. there in 1927. They were, she least all of the other "World's ative publishers and busines'sbackers" wages now are just plain We still like Robert King

wrote, two small fabric-cov Foremost News Analysts"who while that of the zero. High.
boxes share the Sun's editorial Gainesville Sun alone is The Gainesville Sun has
ered rectangular shaped com On the issue of civil
: THE CONSERVATIVE VIEWPOINTIke's and they were about to page seem willing to do this. pletely untainted by consider- the attitudes of both rights Mr. stepped out into the wilderness .

fall apart. In them were note- Perhaps the aura of the anon- ation of its ownership back- Burns and Mr. High are well of humanity, the daylightof
I ymous editorial "we" clothes ground and reflects the society and niavete in
books, sheaves of typed papers only known to the voters who undoubtedly a
books and a few related the writer in the mantle of all-knowing wisdom of its editorial have made their politics. To support Miami
Part in GOP up
: UnityBy after a mental Superman who, I'd Mayor Bob Is to
odds ends. It was pool. Personally give High ( paraphrase -
anSI .. ., .- fhnrofiv....." honmoo u..u.u... <..Vio.. .all-:...- own minds without help from
loosing into me pencuea notebooks 'UJ these other 30 editorial writers the Sun and certainly without Alabama Governor
that the idea came to knowing source of all wisdom. just as much credit for integ- help from in this letter.I George C. Wallace) "to throw
DAVID LAWRENCE pertinent to quote, for exam- stands would satisfy Mr. Eisenhower This doesn't apply only to this me
do a book. It is, therefore, a rity and honesty as the Sun's find it difficult myselfto the gauntlet to the wind and
.\ ; WASHINGTON-The Republican ple, the following: at the San Francisco book of youth and of begin- editorial or only to the Sun's editorialist would like to claim find any very clear cut answersto stand and defy those irrepre-
Party certainly needs convention the former could editorials, but it does certainly for himself. sible interests
nings. (Young writers this series of problems, seeking more
"I AM TRYING first of .
:. a psychoanalyst or a mentor learn from it.) apply.It "Behind Burns unlimited power.II
president replied: are but, of course, I do not possess
of some kind to save it from all, to be one individual whois is no secret to anyone in financial resources" Bob
"Sometimes it's a little bit you the social omniscience of the High has brought to
: suicide. There is no more not becoming involved too difficult to figure out exact- THERE IS LOVE and hate, Gainesville who knows me say, leaving reality com. editorialist.I Florida politics a rational

certain way to break a party much in the personal campaigns what individual two of life's most common elements that I am an ardent supporterof pletely behind. As deputy treasurer do not doubt that Mr. symbol to an irrational tradi-
ly an means.
,( into pieces than to do what in its And since Haydon Burns. But the editorial -
of individuals, so thereis Now, I have been readingsome pages. for Alachua County I High is a gentleman with tion. As the ninth largest
the California campaign I the mix of love and hate is pool in the first primary know something about this. It
Cabot to be at least one to preachthe of Senator Goldwater's many fine qualities. Those state in the union and the
manager for Henry doctrine of party unity position papers and, for example bitterness, that quality, too, could apparently not is true that a large numberof who feel that he has more of fastest growing, Florida can-
Lodge did when he announced make its collective mind
that and who, believing-like I he has made a long was a part of the Hemingway up people gave generously to the qualifications required ofa not stand still; the Gainesville
all the
that strength and declined to commit
t have been. mobilizedfor think all of us do-in the explanation 'of what he meant youth. There is regret in shyly insure that Haydon Burns Governor than has Haydon Sun has shosen to step

might Ambassador' Lodge wouldbe two-party system, will be in when he first said, 'I want to it, and self criticism. Thereis itself. Now, with only two could get his message acrossto Burns should vote for him. out and support this progress-

thrown to Governor Rockefeller the position probably to soothe sell TVA down in Tennessee.' a tenderness of love whichhe candidates to confuse them, the whole State of Florida. Those who feel, as I do, that hoe move into a new era for
the decision is made and the
in the California r 1- ruffled feelings."I The way he tells it in explanation felt for' his young wife of But it has surprised me to Haydon Burns has more to our state.
p die is cast. Again I have
those and a bitter sizable contributions from
years see offer the of Florida
think this is it is not a radical move people Three cheers and a huzzah!
mary. important at ,all-it's just getting private condemnation of himself for plaint against editorial en- people who have absolutely no should vote for Haydon Burns. ERNIE LITZ
This is amazing because on one side we hear dorsements when
having allowed others to blind except they personal ax to grind who tie
enterprise into a lot of And let's just leave it at that. Associate Editor
announcement. It means in some individuals saying, distort matters to be
him with vanity and the smellof or try to their
things that are now the gov- no strings support, Let us not have Haydon
SWell if so-and-so is nominated The Florida AlligatorWoman's
effect, that there are thosein cute about their descriptions.It .
ernment's doing. weath and the bitch goddessof and ask for nothing in return Burns leading his vested interests ..
the Republican Party who I don't think I could support is their option to state their
being famous and accepted"by other than the satisfaction of
powerful potentatesand View
far interested in him,' and on the other "But, see, a statement
are more you preference as to a candidateand have
the rich. (Hemingway, knowing they helped
knocking off someone who ,is. side, you will hear another made during the past months give the reasons for their pressured newspapers
in my opinion, knew two Unselfish elect a good man, and perhapsan a vicious charge against the Of GovernorEDITOR
likely to get the nominat ion say, 'Well, we might just and years that is now takenas loves that of the choice but why can't they be invitation to the inauguralball. who have
hedge-clippers only
in his merIts walk out of the convention gospel-it means to the average Sun
than presenting on realistic and honest about it? : I am a woman
of the early Paris There is something
girl years the ferocious Mr. High and
rival candidate with words to that effect. citizen that somebodyis and
a a or The proclaimed leaders a teacher. Politics isn't
and of Mary Welsh, a remarkable weird about your implicationthat the Gainesville Sun editorial
different or even better "apf very much to the right or forte but interest in
.. ; -"NowIthinkthisi.tailveryChildish woman should try to set an examplefor 45 cent votes my my
are somehow
young columns to protect them
the left and otherwise. And
peal. the "led". good government has been
and is very bad. But whom he married after the more honorable than $1.13 against the onslaught.This .
if we going to fight this this applies to the only other The Gainesville Sun rising since I have been in
are Second World War, and prefersMr. votes. Is Mr. High holding his is opinion and
whatIamtryingtodois my
NEGATIVE attitudes never announced candidate. So my
type of inner .struggle, then be who was with him in loyalty High but why try to be price down to this level in name is attached hereto. Florida probably because I
have won prestige for a par- : think it's more than ever to and love all the rest of his so cute and colorful about the this primary also? JOHN F. SELLE have seen so much of the other
able do in
have resulted in to my part gettingthis
ty. They kind.
... important that someone is In questing journey.) "ferocious little redhead". I The paragraph on taxes
in disunity together. That'swhat
nearly every'Instance sacrificed a the- a position to say, 'Now' let's I party really want to do." "A Moveable Feast" (which have watched Mr. High's TV leaves something to be desiredas Gives Advice 011Conlmitee"Onlan I have heard many political
that has.
get together and be Republicans was how he felt about Paris) appearances with interest and presentation of "evidence". speeches filled with the usual

final election. and not be babies. '* EVERY preconvention is a book chiefly about writ- noted no evidences of ferocity.He Haydon Burns is realistic nauseating banalities but very
Senator Goldwater, on the When asked whether his position is naturally a contest between ers. There is a generous discussion does not bare his fangsnor enough to realize that the demands few that deal with the basic
face of it, seems to have EDITOR, Sun: Because I issues and problems that
of neutrality would not different sets of views. of Gertrude Stein and snarl at people generally- for increased educational -
the largest number of delegates perhaps work out in Senator But in the long history of political Ezra Pound. There is a revealing only at Haydon Burns. Our facilities will demand have represented this districtfor should be decided at the polls.
far and this has
thus to des- Goldwater's favor, Mr. Eisenhower parties, there has been, unforgettable pictureof neighbors have a ferocious higher taxes in the future. He several years in the recent And the voices I hear are

led his opponents a said: for the most part, a tolerance Ford Madox Ford, whom chihuahua who regularly invades is realistic enough to realize past in the Democratic Wom- practically all men's voices.As .

perate and frantic maneuver of differences of opinionand Hemingway did not like. (He our yard to ferociously that the sales tax is the only en's Club, I know three of the a woman I should like to
.: to block him at aU costs. The "Well, don't know. But I candidates for Florida National bear more women
attack German Shepherdwho
because an effort to compro- does tell us why any more our major source of these revenues -
move is incomprehensible think this: I personally be- mise and reconcile conflicting than he explains why he did simply withdraws in a and that oppressivetaxes Democratic committee- up" for good government. Andas
.: the effective
only way lieve that Senator Goldwateris viewpoints. Rarely does any like Pound.) sort of embarrassed wonder- on business can kill the woman. My considered opinion a teacher I should like to

2 to defeat a front-runner is not as extreme as some faction within a party issuean ment. Perhaps Mr. Bums reasons goose which lays the golden is that Mrs. Ann Crameris 'see the social, economic, and
: else who
to present better able someone to articulate people have made him. But, ultimatum and say that _THERE ARE other person- for refusing further con- jobs which our growing pop- the wisest and best choice eucational 'problems of the
: Is in event, we are all Re- .
: the issues in a that will any under no circumstances wouldit alties out of those years of frontations are somewhat similar ulation needs. Mr. Burns of. for this office. people approached with intellectual -
way publicans. We all have a certain -
to larger number of support a candidate who the lost generation, but it is fers a tax program which he Mrs. Cramer is a Hollywood honesty.
= appeal a set of basic principles, housewife who has worked for More is at stake in Tuesday's
voters. and the has come holds opposing views. This Scott Fitzgerald who is given You say in your editorial vocates. -
problem kind of threat merely aggravates the most attention. Insofar as endorsing Mr. High "Examine But Mr. High has guts. Guts the party and good government election than appears on
= Perhaps the most sensible about in how we apply themto
man on the sidelines today the issues of the day. Andif the situation and intensifies Fitzgerald is concerned thereIs the evidence". No one can enough to make "promises." with high ideals and intelligence the surface. U the "specialinterests"

= among the leaders of the Re- we don't have some kind friction.To no bitterness or malice. change the evidence but many He promises no extension of and great devotion. are allowed to

publican Party is former Pres.IdentEisenhowei.He of consensus, why then every gang up.on Senator There is sympathy and an affection different conclusions can often the sales tax. (Rememberback She has been working closely tighten their grip on the

: never body wants to run away, or Goldwater today is a wrong that was made difficult be drawn from the same evi when Fuller Warren with the State Democratic political machinery of' the
Fitzgerald's several dence. promised that he would veto committee for the past three state, government "by the
has been regarded as a politician they talk like they are goingto tactic, and it is surprisingthat
but he certainly has run away. I will say this- the move has not been weaknesses. There Is, how "Behind Burns is the most any sales tun!) He promises years and I have full confidence people and for the people" will

: always displayed commonsense in the other party, when it repudiated by the top men in ever, cold contempt and dislike powerful coalition in Florida economies which can lower in her ability to repre- be only phrase and fiction.

: and the courage of his comes to election time, they the Rockefeller and Lodge for Zelda. Fitzgerald'swife. History" (that goes back a taxes. (Remember Governor sent us on the national committee And the "little people' Kthat

: convictions. In an interview all coalesce, and I think it's organizations. For it's not the In the chapter, "HawksDo long way but I trust that the Bryant and the echoes of his with distinction.I means most of us) will pick up

: the other night with Walter time we were doing it." way to produce harmony in Not Share," one will reada writer is also an expert on $50.000.000 "economies"?) He hope this knowledge and. the tab for the feast of the

Cronkite of CBS, the former a political party which, after clinically savage diagnosisof Florida political history). It promises a $1.25 an hour minimum opinion of mine may be a moguls at the state's tax I

: president said several things WHEN ASKED specifically the convention, must do bat. the one whom Hemingway should make Haydon Burns wage?For this the past help to my fellow voters on trough. I

: which were not printed in the whether the principles for tie against the opposing par blamed for Fitzgerald's crackup. proud that his list of supporters has no counterpart for I knowof Tuesday.MAXINE Only two thirds of the reg-

:- newspapers generally. So it's which Senator Goldwater ty. includes these "powerful no aspiring Governor GADDUM (VOICE Continued on Page- 5)) "


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1 74: Gainesville Sun Mwiday, May ,23: 'Iv64



; It S4 Oicrfnrzuil1e .iU1tJ. Colored NEWSB.. F.News Childs Editor, A Period of-- Reconciliation

I .. CLEAN-UP DRIVE By JAMES RESTON and technicians into the South and they are adding to the

... AT SCHOOLBy power of the Negro and the rising Southern middle class
2 N Unrk JTlnua
'"0' JOHN K. HAKEISOV. FrciUemt .ndPublUher MRS. F. M. GOODMAN rw which wants to concentrate on the future rather than the past
-: that this FIERY RUN, Va. In the first six months of his ad-
Presl- convinced
; PAT COWIES. Tics I am type
=-.. denti ED JOHNSON" Viet President of> exposure for studnts and ministration, President Johnson has raised three hopes: SIMILARLY, IN HIS dealings with the Congress and the

Florida's Beautiful and Executive Editor W. G. (Bill). the involvement in it is the right that he may be able to ease the tension between the North business commmunity, the President has minimized the old
EBEESOLE. VIce President and AdvertUlBf and the South, between the legislative and executive branchesof
: DlrecUri BOB TARTAGLIONE. kind to make them aware of ideological arguments and emphasized the practical.At .
T 'University City :. Tic Pretident and CircuUtio the importance of cleanliness, the government, and between the White House and the no time since the war has a president had more

Jlaaarer. beautification, and attractiveness business community.His cooperation on Capitol Hill. Even his foreign aid bill, of all

for their surroundings. relations with the diplomatic community and the intel- things, is going through without the usual cuts, and part of
lectual community at home and abroad are still insecure,
" During this time our campuswas the reason for the failure of the influential Republican king-
j 1. Report the news fully and impartially in the news columns. beautified with the plantingof but in these three other fields %on the hmoe frent he has makers to get involved in the battle over the Republican

r 'j 2. Express the opinions of the Sun in- but only in-editorials. lovely flowers and shrubberyby made visible progress. presidential nomination seems to be that they are really not

.1 3. Publish all sides of important controversial i issues. the Primary Department. very mad at Johnson.

: The Sun's All Postures were made, original FOR THE FIRST TIME since the war, there is now a free Even the intellectuals, who opposed Johnson's political ambi-
'I telephones
frank discussion about the of for
and problem equal rights
skits and first
and at
poems were composedby tions for the presidency in 1960, were savagein
Want Ads-376-4672 members of the fourth and I the Negro between the White House and the political and business their criticism of his methods and style in the first coupleof

fifth grades. leaders of the South. months, now agree that his progress in easing the ten-

A Question of Journalistic Ethics Friday, May 8, at 9:30: a.m. Senator Russell of Georgia is not convinced of the validityof sion with the South, the Congress and the business community
. i the kick-off program sponsoredby Johnson's civil rights bill, but at least he is listening. is impressive.
1 Nurse was held in More important, Senators Hayden of Arizona, Cannon of Mis-
i The Ford Motor Company was The student editors are probably souri, and several other key Democratic doubters not
the auditorium of the school.A may THEY ARE STILL not comfortable with himprobablynever
% sharply criticized last week by Sigma telling themselves now that the Ford film eqtitled "America The be any more convinced than Senator Russell, but they are so will be-but they have to admit that he is healing

Delta Chi, national college and pro. Company's loan of a car was really Beautiful" was shown. Follow- close in their personal relations with President Johnson that some of the most serious wounds in our society.

offering the film the fourth and they may in the end either vote to close the civil rights the here is that the Presidenthas
fessional journalism society, for just a generous gesture with no ing Accordingly, general feeling
fifth classes debate or at least not vote to continue the filibuster.In done better in his first six months than either his ene
to lend some of its new, sporty strings attached. We hope that be. grade presented his endless talks with his influential Southern .
their skits politicaland mies his friends that when
I presented original or even expected on tragic day
Mustangs to college newspaper edi. fore they turn the cars back to the and poems. business friends, President Johnson has emphasizednot President Kennedy was murdered.The .

I tors. dealers they will ask themselves only the moral but the political and economic argumentsfor
Several visitors were present. basic question is: What "is the end and purpose of all
why they were chosen by the Ford his civil rights bill. skill
.. L. V. Davis gave timely remarks this remarkable political ?

The offer was a sales promotion :Motor Company over the school's and also presented the This, of course, is what has troubled the President's critics

gimmick. The student editors who highest ranking Phi Beta Kappa trophy to Mrs. T. M. Jordan, HE HAS POL TED, for example, to the results of the and it may be significant that on the six-months's anniversary -
the principal.In presidential primary election in Maryland, where Governor of his stewardship he went to the University of Michi-
accepted the offer (44 of them did) winner or the outstanding history the auditorium there were Wallace of Alabama got 43 per cent of the vote. Wallace'striumphant gan and tried to define his goals.

are permitted to use the cars until major in this year's senior class.It beautiful posters on display. claim was that he carried a majority of the 'white

i I the end of the present school term. They were inspected by lay vote in that state and would have won if the colored people "TilE CHALLENGE," he said, "of the next half centuryis

J' Then they will turn them in to the was heartening to learn that the citizens of the City. Henry I. had not voted. whether we have the wisdom to use our wealth to en

. student editor of the Florida Thomas, of the fifth grade, was But that, President Johnson has emphasized, is precisely rich and evelvate our national life-and to advance the quality
local dealers. Alligator -
the point for the Southerners to That the colored -
"-II! recommended as first place for recognize: of American civilization. The great society is not a safe
the University of Florida'scampus people are going to vote in increasing numbers, and that
this school's best poster. Mrs. The great society is a place where men are more
C The journalism society was prop newspaper, is one who tookto Goodman is Henry's teachers.II they are going to hold the balance of political power before concerned with the quality of their goals than the quantityof

\ erly indignant that such an offer heart the ethics of the profession.He Carolyn Griffin. also a fifth too many years in Alabama, and maybe even in Mississippi, their goods."

i should have been made and acceptedi is John Askins. John told the grader, received first place for as they did in the latest primary election in Maryland.This Maybe this is merely the beginning of his attempt to bring
pragmatic argument by the President to his. Southern
her original poem. She was the intellectual community and his administration together,
; a i by a good many of the editors. It Ford representatives unless they highly commended by Mr. Davis friends has probably had more effect than is generally real- but at least even the intellectuals agree that a reconciliation -

f I j 7" vented its indignation, however, on could remove all influence peddling and others. Mrs. L. M. Cov- ized. The industrialization of the South which segregationistswant with the South, the Congress and the business community -

t i the wrong target. Criticism of .the from the offer they should just for ington is teacher of Carolyn. as much as Johnson is bringing a new class of managersVoice t is a good beginning.who .

I : deal should have been directed chief- get :it.Askins. Each room and the corridorswere
i inspected also by lay citi
ly at the student editors.
zens. The results of their find
t felt the offer might have ings were gratifying.The .

'f : Some of it might have been direct some strings attached which might last activity was the parade 0 the People

t : ed also at the schools of journalism lead to favoritism in news releases.All in which the primary pupils -
with i iI
participated along
: which appear to have failed to get
other marching from
t I across to some of their top students college newspapers are not this school. Mrs. A. M. Cunning- I_ On The Sun's I

t| one of the first rules of practical necessarily published under schoolsof ham, supervised this group. ; Opinion Page;

: ethics. This is: Avoid likeI journalism. Indeed, not even a
newspaper Opinions and comments of Sun readers are welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letterlmust
the plague the reality or the appearance majority of American colleges and WSCS INSTALLATIONThe be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld' if requested. A letter should'
I officers and members of not exceed 500 words and must be written on only I one side of the po?er. Poetry cannot be used. The
'I : that a journalist's position of universities even have journalism the Woman's Society of Christian Sun reserves the right to '*'"" any 'letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or

: influence can be bought and paid for. schools. But all have a student news Service of_ the Mt. Pleasant intent.

i paper of some kind. Methodist Church, which includeall Why Be 'Cute' potentates", but just how had the guts to get this Endorsement

circle members, are askedto many powerful potentates are far out on a limb.
: Sooner or later most of these student -
I[ be present Wednesday at 8 In Endorsement? there? 300,000? Evidently the Just Backs
The Alligator is strictly a student who are our "depressed ProgressEDITOR
in the
editors if they
: stay profession p.m. at the church. list must also include hun- citizens"? Those

I will find themselves requiredI publication with no supervision by The installation services, EDITOR, Sun: If there were dreds of thousands of non-po less than $1.25 per working hour or at Sun: All throughthis

:; :: to handle news involving a member the UF journalism faculty. But the which will be conducted by Rev. an award for "courage against tentates who just want Hay- those without jobs at all. Even yea r '5 gubernatorial

:; of Congress, a town mayor or a Alligator staff, especially at the \V. M. Ferguson, will be followed great odds" editorials your don Burns to be their Gov- the Federal Government has campaign have heard the

t t :: member of the state Legislature accused top, is traditionally dominated by by a fellowship hour. endorsement High would win of another Robert laurel King ernor. been unable to attack this cries of the workers of Jacx-

I : of accepting gifts and favors journalism majors like John for "Thirty daily newspapers problem on an across the sonville Mayor Haydon Burns,
PLANS PROGRAMThe your already well deco- have "
Burns. It
basis and Mr. High that all Bob High has going
: from persons with an ax to grind. A Askins. Little Mt. Olive Baptist rated crown. It has always seems to me that a note. ofa would be better advised to advocate for him are some of "those

: reporter or editor who accepts favors Church Choir will render a seemed to me that editorial "holier than-thou" attitude such a Utopian ideal nutty college kids."

:! from advertisers, politicians or anyone The UF School of Journalism and spiritual program at the Greater writers should sign their mas- seems to creep in at this than to promise it, especiallywhen
Ft. Clark Baptist Church in terpieces and preface them Just We're bedragled and tagge-J
point. why does the editorial -
Communications can take a bow for he makes no promises
:I else he is in a position to "pay
behalf of both Choirs Nos. 1 with the statement that "thisis policy of these as the effervescent liberals
i :; back" is in no position to criticize influence its ethical and professional nettle. It and 2 May 26 at 8 p.m. one man's opinion". At reflect the views of "conserv-papers whatever take care about of the those new whose jabsto do-gooders and eggheads.We .

peddling in government. shows up in editors like Askins. least all of the other "World's ative publishers and business still like Robert King
wages now are just plain
SLATES PROGRAMThe Foremost News Analysts"who backers" while that of the High.

Greater Ft. Clark Baptist share the Sun's editorial Gainesville Sun alone is completely zero. The Gainesville Sun has
On the issue of civil
: THE CONSERVATIVE VIEWPOINT Church will sponsor a pro- page seem willing to do this. untainted by consider- the attitudes of both rights Mr. stepped out into the wilder.

gram, entitled "Choirs In Par Perhaps the aura of the anon- ation of its ownership back- Burns and Mr. High are well ness of humanity, the daylightof

ade" at the church Tuesday, ymous editorial "we" clothesthe ground and reflects only the known to the voters who society and a niavete In
undoubtedly -
May 26, at 8 p.m. The Little writer in the mantle of all-knowing wisdom of its edi- have made their politics. To support Miami

Ike's Part in GOP Unity Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist i a mental Superman who, torial pool. Personally I'd give own minds without help up from Mayor Bob High is (to para.

Church will be in charge of the thereby, becomes the all- these other 30 editorial writers phrase Alabama Governor
the Sun and without
_______ certainly
program. I knowing source of all wisdom. just as much credit for integrity help from in this letter.I George C. Wallace) "to throw
By DAVID LAWRENCE pertinent to quote, for exam- stands would satisfy Mr. Eis- This doesn't apply only to this and honesty as the Sun's find it me difficult the gauntlet to the wind and

WASHINGTON-The Repub- ple, the following: enhower at the San Francisco CHOIRS' PROGRAMThe editorial or only to the Sun's editorialist would like to claim find very clear cut myselfto stand and defy those irrepre-
: lican Party certainly needs convention, the former Undenominational Choirs' editorials, but it does certainly for himself. this series of problems, sible interests seeking more

a psychoanalyst or a mentor "I AM TRYING, first of president replied: Union will present its program, apply.It "Behind Burns are unlimited but, of course, I do not possessthe power."

: of some kind to save it from all, to be one individual whois entitled "Choirs In Parade" at is no secret to anyone in financial resources" you social omniscience of the Bob High has brought to
"Sometimes it's little bit
suicide. There is no more not becoming involved too a the Second Morning Star Bap- Gainesville who knows me say, leaving reality completely editorialist. Florida politics a rational

certain way to break a party much in the personal campaigns ly difficult what to figure individual out exact- tist Church today at 8 p.m. that I am an ardent supporterof behind. As deputy trea- I do not doubt that Mr. symbol to an irrational tradi-

I into pieces than to do what of individuals, ;*. thereis Now, I an have been reading means. Haydon Burns. But the editorial surer for Alachua County I High is a gentleman with tion. As the ninth largest
: the California camp a I s n LACROSSE NEWS pool in the first primary know about this. It
something many fine qualities. Those state in the union and the
Cabot to be at least one to preachthe some of Senator Goldwater'sposition
for could not
manager Henry doctrine of party unity and, for example Presents EntertainmentThere apparently is true that a large numberof who feel that he has more of fastest growing Florida can-
did when he announced papers make its collective mind
: Lodge will be a program at up
people gave generously to the qualifications required: of not stand still; the Gainesville -
and who, believing- like I he has made a long
that all the strength that the St. Paul Baptist Church,: and shyly declined to commit insure that Burns
Haydon a Governor than has Haydon Sun has shosen to step
think all of us do-in the explanation of what he meant I
.. might have been mobilized Edna Cooke Willie itself. Now, with only two
featuring could get his message acrossto Burns should vote for him. out and this
would two-party system, will be in when he first said, 'I want to support progress
Ambassador Lodge
for James and Mary Moore todayat candidates to confuse them, the whole State of Florida. Those who feel I do that ive into
T thrown to Governor Rockefeller the position probably to soothe sell TVA down in Tennessee. as move a new era for
be the decision is made and the
i- ruffled feelings."I The way he tells it in explanation 8 p.m. But it has surprised me to Haydon Burns has more to our state.
in the California r
p die is cast. Again I have
: The admission prices are: no sizable
see contributions from
offer the of Florida
It is not a radical move people Three cheer and a huzzah'
mary. think this is important at all-It's Just getting prIvate adults, advance, 75 cents; at plaint against editorial en- people who have absolutely no should vote for Haydon Burns. ERNIE LITZ
/ : This is an amazing because on one side we hear door $1.00 children, advance dorsements, except when they
enterprise into a lot of ; personal ax to grind, who tie And let's just leave it at that. Associate Editor
announcement It means, in some individuals saying, that the 50 cents; at door, 75 cents. distort matters or try to be no strings to their support Let us not have Haydon
things are now -
The Florida
H effect, that there arethose 'Well, if so-and-so is nominated doing. government's cute about their descriptions.It and ask for nothing in return Burns leading his vested interests Alligator

in the Republican Party who I don't think I could support ANNIVERSARY SCHEDULEDThe is their option to state their other than the satisfaction of powerful potentatesand Woman'sT1CW

: are far more interested in him,' and on the other "But, you see, a statement Pallbearers' Lodge No. preference as to a candidateand knowing they have helped pressured in
: knocking off someone who is side, you will hear another made during the past months its give the reasons for their newspapers
113 will observe anniversaryat elect a good man, and perhapsan a vicious charge against the Of Governor
IT likely to get the'nominat i 0 n say. 'Well, we might j just and years that is now takenas the regular meeting place on choice but why can't they be invitation to the inauguralball. hedge-clippers who have only

: than in presenting on his mer- walk out of the convention gospel-it means to the average Tuesday at 8 p.m. realistic and honest about it? There is something the ferocious Mr. and EDITOR, Sun: I am a worn-
its a rival candidate with a ,* or words to that effect. citizen that somebodyis there The proclaimed leaders an and a teacher. Politics Isn't
During the anniversary, weird about implicationthat
your the Gainesville Sun editorial
: different or even better ap- very much to the right or should try to set an examplefor my forte, but my interest in
"Now I think this is all very will be an excellent program 45 cent votes are some- columns to protect them
peal. to the left and otherwise. And the "led". good government has been
childish and is very bad. Butif rendered. Several outstanding how more honorable than $1.13 against the onslaught.This .
this to the only other since
applies I
rising have been in
: we are going to fight this announced candidate. So what persons will appear in the pro- The Gainesville Sun prefersMr. votes. Is Mr. High holding his is my opinion and my Florida
NEGATIVE attitudes never type of inner struggle, then gram. High but why try to be price down to this level in name is attached hereto. probably because I
: have won prestige for a par- Iamtryingtodois to be have seen so much of the other -
: think it's more than ever The public is invited. so cute and colorful about the this primary also? JOHN F. SELLE
have resulted in able to do part in gettingthis kind.I .
ty. important that someone Is in "ferocious little redhead". I The paragraph on taxes
I 7 nearly every instance in a dis. a position to 'Now let's party together. That'swhat watched Mr. TV have heard many political
say, do." CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS- have High's leaves something to be desiredas Gives Advice OnCoinniiteewomau
unity that has sacrificed the get together and be Republicans I really want to Emanuel Baptist Choir No. appearances with interest and presentation of "evidence". speeches filled with the usual

IT find election. and not be babies.' EVERY 2 will have its rehearsal today, noted no evidences of ferocity.He Haydon Burns is realistic nauseating banalities but very
preconvention campaign -
r Senator Goldwater on the will be does not bare his fangsnor to realize that the demands few that deal with the basic
When asked whether his position is contest between 7:30 pjn.; there prayer enough
naturally a
face of it, seems to have EDITOR, Sun: Because I issues and problems that
of neutrality would not different sets of views. meeting tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.; snarl at people generally- for increased educational
I! the largest number of delegates perhaps work out in SenatorGoldwater's But in the long history of political and Choir No. 1 will have its only at Haydon Burns. Our facilities will demand have represented this districtfor should be decided at the polls.

thus far, and this has favor, Mr. Eisenhower parties, there has been, rehearsal Thursday, 7:30 p.m. neighbors have a ferocious higher taxes in the future. He several years in the recent And the voices I hear are

ledhisopponentstoadesperate said: for the most part a tolerance Rev. T. D. Davis, pastor; Mrs. chihuahua who regularly invades is realistic enough to realize past in the Democratic Wom practically all men's voices.As .

.. and frantic maneuver of differences of opinionand M. E. Middleton, reporter. I our yard to ferociously that the sales tax is the only en's Club, I know three of the a woman I should like to
to block him at all costs. The "Well, don't know. But I candidates hear more
for Florida Na- women "speakingup"
There attack German Shepherd
be- an effort to compro- Mt. Carmel Baptist our major source of these revenues -
: move is incomprehensible think this: I personally be- tional Democratic committee- for good government. Andas
mise and reconcile conflicting j will be mid-week Meditation I who simply withdraws in a and that oppressivetaxes
cause the only effective way lieve that Senator Goldwateris embarrassed wonderment woman. My considered opin- a teacher I should like to
viewpoints. Rarely does any Services tomorrow, 7:30: p.m.; sort of on business can kill the
1 to defeat a front-runner is not as extreme as some I Burns ion is that Mrs. Ann Crameris see the social, economic, and
faction within a party issue Youth Forum Wednesday, 7:30 Perhaps reasons goose which lays the golden
else who !
j : to preseiit someone people have made him. But, further the wisest and best choice eucational! problems of the
an ultimatum and say that !p.m., and also both Choirs Nos. for refusing confrontations jobs which our growing population
is better able to articulate in event, we are all Re- J
I that will any under no circumstances wouldit ,II and 2 will have their joint I are somewhat simI needs. Mr. Burns of- for this office. people approached with Intellectual -
the issues in a way We all have -
: a certain
number of support a candidate who ,rehearsal 8 p.m.; and there I fers a tax program which he Mrs. Cramer is a Hollywood honesty.
I appeal to a larger set of basic principles, ilar.You
housewife who has worked for More is at stake In tuesday's
holds opposing views. This :will be Teachers' Meeting,i say in your editorial vocates.
Z voters. and the problem has come
kind of threat merely aggravates j Thursday 7:30 p.m. Rev. T. A.: endorsing Mr. High "Examinethe But Mr. High has guts Guts the party and good govern- election than appears on
sensible about In how themto
the most we apply
I :I Perhaps the sidelines today the issues of the day. AndIf the situation and intensifies ]f Wright, pastor; Mrs. Ester W. i evidence". No one can enough to make "promises." ment with high ideals and In. the surface. If the "specialInterests"
man on friction.To 'Hamm He extension of telligence and great devotion.She are allowed to
kindof reporter. I change the evidence but many promises no
the leaders of the Republican we don't have some .
: "among Senator East Side Church of God in, different conclusions can often the sales tax. (Rememberback has been working'c10sely tighten their grip on the
is former President consensus, then on
Party evelJ'body gang up
Z EisenLower. He L eve r wants to run away, or Goldwater today is a wrong Christ-Church School, 10 a.m.; be drawn from the same evi when Fuller Warren with the State Democratic political machinery of the I
and afternoon 3:30 r promised that he would veto committee for the past three state, government "by the
woship, pjn. dence.
has been regarded as a poll.t they talk like they are goingto tactic, and it is surprisingthat II
Z titian, but he certainly has run away. I will say this- the move has not been Elder Rufus_Armstrong pastor; "Behind Burns is the most any sales tax!) He promises years and I have full confidence people and for the people" will

I always displayed commonsense in the other party, when it repudiated by the top men in Mrs. Mary Hall, reporter. powerful coalition in Florida economies which can lower in her ability to represent be only phrase and fiction. I
History" (that back a taxes. (Remember Governor us on the national committee And the "little people" (that
and goes
= and the courage of his comes to election time, they .the Rockefeller Lodge
convictions. In an interview all coalesce, and I think it's organizations. For It's not the P.T.A. MEETING SET long way but I trust that the Bryant and the echoes of hSd.OOO.OOO with distinction. means most of us) will pick up I
** The Parent-Teacher Associ- $ "economies"?) He I hope this knowledge and the tab for the feast of the '
: the other night with Walter time we were diing It. way to produce harmony in i writer is also an expert on \
Cronkite of CBS the former a political party which, after ation of Williams Elementary I Florida political history). It promises a $1.25 an hour minimum opinion of mine may be a moguls at the state's tax

Z president said several things WHEN ASKED specifically the convention, must do bat- School will hold its final meetIng -i should make Haydon Burns wage? For this the past help to my fellow voters on trough. I

which were not printed In the whether the principles for tle against the opposing par- at the school on Tuesday,I J l proud that his list of supporters has no counterpart for I knowof Tuesday.MAXINE Only two thirds of the reg- I

Z- newspapers generally. So it's which Senator Goldwater ty. May 26, at 8 a.m. \ includes these "powerful no aspiring Governor GADDUM (VOICE Continued on Page 9)III


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j' With The
-: ; Dateline LYLA BROGDONand the wonderful work they
*. Bishop PAM WHITLOW have done for the school

1i : GHS .iC The Student Council electionswere Invitations have been issued

I IJ J BulletinBy completed on Friday. The by the Home EC. classes for

f r results of the election were: the Mother-Daughter Banquet,
BoysBoys' President: Bill Harlan; Vice- which will be held on May 29

MARY By I II President, Hal Walker; Secre- at 6. Marci Cobb is the general

-- WATSON -." .. GARY MARTINWith tary, Mary Jane Bethel. chairman and Terry Young is
I.. I
the co-chairman for this occa-
J f The day the school Annual Is the First Baptist Church on Representatives for 9th grade:
only eight days of Carolyn Emo, Mary Haem- Club Newspaper A Boys' Club T-Shirts all sion.We
more day on
presented to the student
Sunday May 31 at 4 p. m. I Beth Ayers, Teddy George, Pat- would like to apologize for
and faculty is always an ex- Speakers will be Reverends school to go, all of us at Bish- merlie, and Reba Stone, our staff made up of Boys' Club this date.Boys' sy Jordan, Charles Musgrave, omitting the following two per-

citing one, and Wednesday last Laughon, Shea and Keyes. op are looking forward to June ninth grade officers. The teachers members is now being formedto Club Olympics TheBoys' and Pam Whitlow. sons who made straight A's -

lived up to the tradition. The Seniors attending are to be at 3. But, to keep us from gettingtoo who helped were: Mrs. publish a Boys' Club news- I Representatives for 8th Diane Harjes and Kathy Koch.
Hanna Mrs.
Jones Mrs. Mc- Club
will be
1964 Hurricane was the subjcd the church basement at 3:30 sched- paper. All boys interested in grade: Jan Barger, Ann Bow- Seen N'Heard: Birds flyingin
a testing Mullen Mrs. Lewis Mrs. Pot-
of a special presentation assembly in the afternoon in and with the of held June 17 for all Boys' Club man, Robena Eng, Vince Galla-
caps ule has been formed. On the ter, Mr. Hendrix, and Mr. Riv- helping publication I' classes??!! Sleepy-eyes stu-
; with Editor-in-Chief'Nel gowns. the should members. Age will be 1) gher, Kent Ostrander. All
last Tuesday, the second, ers. The officers and the faculty newspaper contact, groups dents anxious for summer!
f'' Laughon giving the first copy Monday, June 1, senior boys fourth, and sixth period classes would like to thank the many the Boys' Club. Meetings will 10 and under, 2)) 11-13, 3)) 14 We congratulate these students -of the girls P. E. classes now

to Principal William S. Talbot, are to report to the Main will have final tests. On Wed- .'I people who helped with decor- be held each Saturday at 1:00 and over. Boys may choose one and we know they will doa have a 9-hole golf range. Teachers -
to whom the issue has been Auditorium at 9:30 fora P.M. track and two field events fine job. We congratulatethis with the measles and
: a. m. nesday, first, third, fifth,, and !ating, refreshments, and all or
dedicated. Copies of the Annual short meeting. Senior girls two field and one track event. past year's Student Council
seventh periods will do the of the other essential work con- Club Officers for mumps. _
were also presented to Mr. Joe to at the Applications will be available at
are report same placeat same. We all students II
Hudson, to County School Super- 10:30 that morning. especially those urge who wish to, nected. 1964 in the Keystone Club are as .the Boys' Club starting June 8. VOICE OF THE PEOPLE I
Ken Van Nortwick
intendent E. D. Jr. The student council who follows: ,
All the events will be listed
June 2, senior awards will be to study hard, beginningnow I on ... .
City Librarian Miss Beth pass has served so faithfully this President; Richard Spongberg, the applications. (\'DICE; Continued Irom Page 4)) education, or carbon copies of
Daane, and to Gainesville presented at Class Night which and not Monday night. I year, was rewarded by a swim- Vice-president; Charles Isaac, I istered voters went to the the down graded schools of

Chamber of Commerce Man! will be held that evening in the The ninth grades, especially, ming party at Magnesia Springslast Secretary and Al Eckdahl, Sar- German Club One of the polls at the first primary. If Duval County.

ager Billy P. Mitchell. I Auditorium at 7:30 p.m.will be has had many activities in con- Tuesday. All had a nice geant-at-arms. most successful activities at the those who care those who Many voters are not too well
Graduation rehersal
junction with the end of time. HIGHLIGHTS: Next week Boys' Club in recent months has want honest governmentwillmake informed on the basic Issues,
The 1964 Hurricane is bound. held at 1 p. m., Wednesday, school. Ninth graders who take will be our last column. We hope Intermediate, Bas eball been the formation of the German : their voice heard by but they must be struck by the
Pelt took the reins. Since
of Coach I
in a striking cover of black! June 3 in the University biology were tested last Tues- that all of our readers will be has 2-1 Club. This Club is open to way of the ballot, they will continued vacillation, contra-

and gold. The layout, the photographs Florida Gymnasium.The day. People who took geometrythis sure to see it next week. We baseball team far in posted the Central a all Boys' Club members and keep control in their own diction, evasion, ambuigul-
the features, the text long-coveted ceremonyof year, were tested Tues- will have a wrap-up of the year so :meets each Wednesday at 4 hands where it belongs. In ty, distortion, and secre-
Club Baseb 11
Graduation will be held the Florida Boys' a
and the advertisements clearly I day. On Wednesday, the lunch and a few closing remarks. p.m. Simple German words, as spite of the money that is be- tiveness evident in the weird
the first .
point up the enormous amountof evening of June 3 at 8 p. m. beaded Mrs. ,DeShea League. They lost gameof well German the Burns' back-
room, by the month 13 to as history are ing spent by and noisy campaign of the
of Florida During April the to Orlando before
the season
work done the Annual at University
by treated the ninth grades witha 13 circulated taught by Max Sommer. Interesting ers to hypnotize the voters Jax By contrast the
staff. Gymnasium. Seniors are to be May our library Coach Pelt took the reins. Since mayor.
special lunch. The seventh German articles are and deaden their mental facul- honest clear, and
2,774 books among pupils. have forthright, ,
7:30 then posted consec-
at the Gym at : incaps they
and eighth graders were given brought and discussed. ties there is tide of
Also in the field ofschool and to be positioned for This is nearly five books per utive victories over Inter Bay of a protest intelligent statements of Rob-
the Senior Edi- gowns picnic lunches to take outside. rising a HIGH tide.It's .
publications, the procession.At pupil for the month. We believe Tampa and Winter Haven. Ear- Learn To Swim The Learn- ert King High are refreshingand
tion of the Hurricane Herald Freshman Prom heldon this is high circulation a crucial choice the people inspiring.
10 pjn. after the cere- The was a fairly ly season stand-outs have To-Swim program, co sponsored -
*(I was sold Friday morning. This mony, a reception will be held I May 15. The theme was carrousel statistic, especially since been: Kim Helton, Ronnie Ray, by the Gainesville Daily Sun are making. They can Even if other things were

rc final edition of the year feat in the area of the G. H. S. I and the room was decorated our library has approximatelyfour Rocky Flanagan, Gary Matako- and the Boys' Club, will start have rationalism in govern- equal (and they are not) Rob-

tared a 10 page layout and lunchroom for graduates, their with elephants, tigers, books per pupil. Accordingto vich and Steve Tinney. Mata- June 4. Watch for informationand ment or they can have racism. ert High's high standard of

; sold for 20 cents. relatives and friends. clowns, and the like. The Cobras national standards, each kovich threw a no-hitter against applications in the Gaines- They can have administrativeskill integrity should tip the bal

1 To the editors and staff of Lastly, at 11 p. m., the provided music. This school should have ten books per Winter Haven in his last outingto ville Sun. Foy Stephens of the or administrative bungl- ance. We need a governor who
I the Annual and the Hurricane Graduation Party will begin at 'dance was the result of the very pupil. We hope to have that lead the mound corps. University of Florida will again ing. They can have just tax- says what he means and

I Herald, we extend our sincerest the Faculty Club (formerly the hard work of Glen Brasington, many in the future. serve as director of the program ation, or favoritism and in- backstage to say it.
quitable representation.
T-Shirt Day May 29 has Theycan
I appreciation and thanks for the Gainesville Golf and Country I and will conduct classesat I. J.CRAMER'S .
been proclaimed Boys' Club T- have better schools and
!, memorable year this has been. Club) on the Newberry Road. the Carol Estates Pool. -
All Club
Shirt mem-
The student body has had many Thanks to the Annual staff'sforesight Day. Boys' .
Bucliliolz 8 bers are asked to wear their Baseball
Buddy Applica-
I fine moments of literary pleasure there are a few blank 1
result of efforts. for autographs and tions are still being taken from
1 as a your pages pen- REPUBLICANS!
boys interested in taking part in
ned remarks. But how many
Junior Bill Arnold won Buzzes Rocket DelayedADELAIDE
the Jaycee Buddy Baseball pro-
will still t
students do
i fourth-place honors in a Statewide you guess
Boys interested should
gram. '
| contest sponsored by the write their names smack Australia (AP-) report to the Boys' Club and GUTTER POLITICSHIT
Association for the,across their school pictures?
American clouds forced cancella-
I Heavy pick up their application. The ALACHUA COUNTYIn
United Nations. Bill brought Twenty years from now you By tion today of the first rocket Buddy Baseball is

distinction to our school by won't be able to recognize them t MARY ANN RIDGELL launching by the six-nation Eu- sponsored by the Gainesville program a display of GUTTER POLITICS unequaled In our County's
in recent test unless they have their "Butch"or in the current race for electionas
participating a J and BARTON DOUGLAS N Launcher Development Junior Chamber of Commerce. political history my opposition
the U.N.Graduation. "Sally" or "Clyde" writtenall .. k >'P ropean Deleaate to the Notional Convention has resorted to on IN-
on Organization at the Woomera Every boy will be assigned to SULTING AND DISGRACEFUL telephoning technique which I am
looms in the nxet across their face! I This pat- week at Buchholz The Buchholz Chorus had a
rocket range. a team and every boy plays. confident will be repudiated by all who are subjected to this
few weeks for the 485 seniors. Five ((5)) more days, Seniors. has been filled with much excitement -swimming party at Magnesia Vr-''US MANEUVER.
examinations will be Juniors and Sophs only 8 because of
I Final the onrush-
Springs this last Saturday. FALSE ENDORSEMENT CLAIM!
Wednesday, Thursdayand more. Or am I telling you ing climax of the school
given year. I time was from 1 to 7. The band: An apparent desire for personal political power has led the op
don't already
I Friday of this week. II something you The Freshman Hop of 1963 6! VOTE TUESDAY posing delegation to invoke the name of a vital and active local
Baccalareate is to be held at know? Happy aftermath. was a tremendous success. The will have a similar party the force for decent Republicanism.

atmosphere was Hawa i i a n. next Saturday at the same SPECIFICALLY-Unbelievable as It may sound, MY OPPOSITIONHAS
The decorated for fi' '( It's responsibility! FALSELY CLAIMED THE ENDORSEMENTOF
stage was time at Magnesia.The your THE ALACHUA COUNTY WOMEN'S RE-
this. We had a fine band who Don't let Florida down! PUBLICAN CLUB.
Buchholz Band and Chorus S7
known the Islanders.
were as
Panther'sTale Roundtree and B ice had their annual spring con- FREE RIDESrr'
j Hope were crowned king and cert May 21, from 8 to 9:30. DISCUSSED OR VOTED ON! AND MY OPPOSITION KNOWS

queen of the hop. David Wilson They were directed by Mr. TO POLLS THIS IS A FALSE CLAIM!

; and Gale Beggs with La Rue Frye. This will be their last This Is an illustration of what we can expect under the one-man
cr"Yy Lacky and Beverlie Hartwellwere performance. The band and I L1j CALL BOSS RULE cf Cramer and his cronies.
By goes to all who participatedin chorus will lose many of its seniors 376-8990 THE HANDS OF DULY-ELECTED PARTY OFFICERS.
this memorable event we
HERBERT MARLOWE and II gratulate all the seniors for the I OR THOSE WHO SEEK TO DIVIDE AND WEAKEN US.TO .
DORIS PERDUE especially want to thank Mrs.
dance. fine job that they have done I 376-7839 ASSURE CONTINUED PROGRESS AND RESPECTABILITYTO
Bandy, who headed this
iJ The big event of the school school events have been made Also this past week all the this year and we will miss them NOMINATION
year was held Friday night. "livelier" by the band. boys who participated in any all. Let's Give -SUPPORT YOUR OFFICIAL STATE COMMITTEE DELEGATION

"Rendezous in the Stars" was athletic event for the school Haydon Burns A
the theme of the juniorseniorprom Joe Sapp, F.F.A. president, such as football, basketball, and York Improves LxSN Landslide! VOTE FOR THE OFFICIAL UNPLEDGED DELEGATION
the has announced that the annual (LEVER 7-B)
which was given at dinner at
were given a
Municipal Building. Music for Parent-Son banquet will be Fri- the Primrose Inn. The cheerleaders Medal NASHVILLE of Honor, winner Tenn. Sgt.(AP-Alvin 8M? HAYDON : VOTE FOR
in the Municipal ; BURNS BUTTERWORTHfor
this occasion was provided by day night were also invited. The York was listed in satisfactory JAYNE B.
"Hustlers". The decorations, I Building. Chapter awards will lasted 7 to 8 andon. very
the dinner from] DISTRICT DELEGATE LEVER 7-B
condition at Vet-
formals and music blended fora be presented to members of All who went enjoyed it where today he I Governor of FloridaPd. VOTE ON TUESDAY. MAY 26 VOTE BY USING LEVER 7-B
erans Hospital, was
wonderful evening that will the F.F.A. at this time. much. '' VOTE FOR THE OFFICIAL UNPLEDGED DELEGATION
very admitted Friday for internal' ( .) .'4, J.d.'
long be remembered. Graduation is drawing near! Another special event at .
.hemorrhaging. ;;;;;;;;;-=- --- .
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Buchholz the fine performance -
School annuals finally arrived Baccalaureate will be held in was I --- -
and were distributed Thursday.The 'the Newberry First Baptist of the G.H.S. chorus directed Doctors stopped the bleeding

black and gold "Panther"was Church :May 31, 8 p.m. Rev. by Mrs. Murphy. Among several hours after the 76yearold -
dedicated to Mrs. Essie John Martin, pastor of the the; features were the all girl World War I hero was I Haydon Burns Pledges Dedicated Leadership for All He

Nagle in an assembly program First Baptist Church, will chorus, the mixed chorus, and rushed here by ambulance but ,
Wednesday. Mrs. Nagle, first be the speaker. Rev. Gerald many individual solos and en- said he must remain In the hospital -

grade teacher, taught the pre- Williams, pastor of the Methodist sembles. several days.

''I deserving sent senior of class this and most: Church and, will Benediction.give the Invocation F FILESALE Asks Florida Citizens To Make Him Governor on May 26

Results of cheerleader try- STUDENT OF THE WEEK:

outs have been posted with the The co-writer of this column, 4 DRAWER, FULL SUSPENSION
I, following girls being selected: can think of no more deserving I '" gilllF 111t r tr
Glenda Green, Marian Holder, student of the week than Her-I LETTER SIZE FILE

Kitty Rutledge Gloria Parker, bert Marlowe. Herbert is the .E REG. $59.95 .

Patsy McElroy, Cindy Green, son of Mr. and Mrs. Her- I O ,
and Robin Rus- N r
Nell Rutledge bert A. Marlowe and Is very r

sell. Alternates are Pat Jones active in school affairs. He is $4250COLORS ,: .
and Lynn Chastain. These girls presently president of the senior w r" g '4-s r

will add much to next year's class, reporter of the F.F.A. _

; football games. and a member of the Beta 1 7 k ,
Thursday evening, 8 p.m., the Club. In sports, he was co-cap zim
Band Boosters are sponsoring a tain of the 1964 Panther foot-I i

j covered-dish supper for bandmembers ball team and has won several

and their families. conference honors. He was a i Coalplnei

Presentations of band awards member of the basketball team. Offill Oat/illnl s

high-light the supper. We thank Herbert will enter the University 601 W. University Art, Gainesville! Florid!. Y Rr 1
the band for the fine job it has' of Florida in the fall and +
done during_ the year. Many'l'I'I we wish him much success. Ph. FR 2-2555 J

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New Hospital Facilities Effective and Sensible Zoning and WITH ECONOMY

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<6< Gainesville Sun Monday, May 25. 1964

r: women 0 f f HnD Birthday Party Honors Dr. W. C ThomasEverybody Brides.. '

was there to wish .,. BOokTUESDAY
! Dr. W. C. Thomas Sr. "Happy

Birthday" yesterday afternoon H\. May 26 1

THE E family f f when General the cafeteria of Alachua x ,, ,< Coffee feting Miss Judith

Hospital was pac k- w< w Diane Tucker, bride elect of
jammed for a reception given William Dale Arnett, 10:30

by-his countless friends. Pinnell and
Ruth Weimer . Women's Editor a.m., Mrs. Paige
555F :Mrs.\ John Hoover hostesses at
The occasion for this special *
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2107 NW
the former's home,
party was to pay tribute to the Fourth Place.
Couple city's senior practicing physi- Patio party for Miss Caro-.

cian, who was 73 years old Sun- W,se"'"1 r ak lyn Ridgell and her fiance

day. 12 t da C. B. Daniel Jr., 7 p.m., Mr.
and Mrs. Henry McLaurin and
Feted At Dinner' In tribute to one of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Duggan

ville's outstanding GaineS-1 hosts at the McLaurin home,

40 years friends \ 2238 NW 16th Avenue.

Complimenting Miss Ann;daman Miss Jerrie Carmody, present his portrait to the hos- .WEDNESDAY, May 27 *
Jean Fishback of Orlando and Miss Mary Alice Day, Mr. and :
her fiance, John Franklin Ben- Mrs. Ben Fishback, Mr. and pital on this particular day. \ I Miscellaneous shower complimenting

nett, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Davis Mrs. H. D. Fishback, Mrs. Lou- The portrait, painted by Ray- I Miss Judith Di.

entertained with a dinner partyat ise Thwing and John Thwingall mond Kinstler of New York ane Tucker, bride-to-be of Wil

their home Saturday eve- of Orlando. will hang in the hospital,lobby R liam Dale Arnett, 8 p. m..

ning. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Adkins, Covered by a surgical gown S 3b Mrs. Paul Tarrant Mrs.
Shelton Boyles Matt C a n n on, it was unveiled by the "littlest : John Baxter and Mrs.
The of Miss Fishbackand
wedding Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hampton Thomas" three-year-old Valer George Butler at the Butler
will be
Mr. Bennett
event of August 15 in III, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin W ia Thomas.S. f::: home 1722 NW 11th Road.
and W.
Peck, Mr. Mrs. P. THURSDAY May 28
Magnolia blossoms were used Peck, Dr. and Mrs. Glenn 0 T. Dell, master of ceremonies 1. "Coke" party for Miss

f to center the serving table and Summerlin Mrs. J. T. Ward, for the afternoon, paid trij j Gayle Cross, bride-elect of

arrangements of gar denias Jacksonville; Miss Joanne bute to the veteran phsyician j Caspar Rappenecker Jr., 4 to

were used in the living room. Woodward Mr. and Mrs. Bur- following the invocation by Dr. j ,wz ra, 6 p.m., Mrs. William C. O'-

Guests included the honored ton Woodward, Mr. and Mrs U. S. Gordon. A Neal and Mrs. William Ave-

couple Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Ar- Newton C. Ebaugh. Percy Beard spoke on behalfof ra at the former's home, 621

the donors and J. N. Anderson SW 26th Place.

I Thrasher Rickman Jr., chairman of the Boardof Rehearsal dinner honoringMiss I

Trustees, accepted the por- Jennifer Brown and

trait for the hospital.uiiis their son, Hugh W. HarlingJr.
Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Thrasher I
...... !L ___ ., 7:30: p.m., Mr. and Mrs.
announce the engagement to me portraIt fund were
and approaching marriage x so great that a special nursing Dr. W. C. Thomas Sr., who was honored on his birthunveiled preceeding a reception given in his honor in the 1 Hugh W. Harling Sr., Holi-
.. Inn.FRIDAY.
their daughter, Miss Vera Eu-I scholarship has beeen createdin day yesterday, Mrs. Thomas and their youngest granddaughcafeteria of Alachua General Hospital. The portrait will hang day l

genia Thrasher, to Otis Dr. Thomas' name. ter, Valeria Thomas stand by his portrait, which was in the lobby of the hospital, where the senior physician of May 29

Rickman Jr., son of Mr. and j Gainesville has served forty years. Wedding of Miss Jennifer B.
Mrs. Otis Rickman of J During the ceremony, the of Mr. and
Wayne three children of Dr. Virginia Alison, and Dr. W. C. introduced. were Mrs. Alison and Mrs. going and incoming presidentsof Brown daughter
Milledgeville Tenn. I a. Mrs. Austen B. Brown of At-
and Mrs. Thomas, Mrs. Lee I rhomas Jr., both of Gainesville, Presiding at the tea tables Thomas and Mrs. Frank Lee the Alachua General Hospital
The wedding will be solem-i? Graham of Tallahassee Mrs. md their 12 grandchildren, were.throughout the reception hour and Mrs. Edward Byrne, out-. Auxiliary. lanta, and Hugh W. HarlingJr.
., son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh
nized July 12 in the First Bap- s f" ,

I"L tist Church. I IL I tq7 Calendar Of EventsTODAY BPW Has Installation DinnerMrs. W.First Harling Baptist Sr.Church., 7:30 p.Recep m.,

Miss Thrasher Is a graduate j tion following at the Chi Omega -

of Florida Southern C o 1 lege, j j Sorority House with thebride's

,; where she was a member of Alpha hosts.
Chi Omega sorority. She is \i May 25 9:45 a.m., Magnolia, Mrs.J. Hazel Fisher was installed the engraved plaque to Mrs. I Carswell of Tallahassee, Mrs. parents as

presently teaching in Orlando. University City Bridge i M. McClamrock, 1951 NW president of the Businessand Cherry for having sponsored the ,John Fain, Cliff Morrow Mrs.
Club 7:30 p.m., University of 10th Avenue; Professional Women's Club most new members during 1963-
o The bridegroom elect was Ernest Rhodes, Mrs. Claire Edwards -
Florida Faculty Club, West recently at the University Inn 64.
graduated from Memphis State Newberry Road. 10 a.m., Begonia, Mrs. C. following the annual spring ban- Miss Dottie Paulling,
University and is now athletic Gamma Delta Alum- H. Janes, Cowpen Lake; Gardenia quet when Mrs. Hortense Wellsof A tribute to the "Boss of the .Mrs. Dollar, Miss Beth Dovell,

coach at Cherokee Junior High tin .-....,,'.-- -- Alpha Mrs. Graham Haile, Tallahassee Year" John Selle, was given Miss Margaret Hardee, and n
Club Mrs. president
nae Clyde clufI
Miss Eugenia Thrasher 547 NE 4th Avenue Miss Kay Herndon.
Orlando. in
3506 NW 3rd Street. ; of the Florida Federation of the form of a BPW paper '
uue.r arous unlaitaotaro rJ autstailt>msurtr/stu ttuaittm l weight to her employer by Miss -.
Gainesville Bridge Club, 10:30: ajn., Chrysanthemum, BPW Clubs, served as installing I
1I 7:30 pjn., Recreation Center. Mrs. James H. Smith, 1500 officer. Mrs. Wells is librarianfor Miss Albright.Mrs.
TUESDAY, May 26 NW 36th Way; Daisy, Holiday the Florida Supreme Court. Cherry, outgoing presi- FIT I By William C. "Bill" Smith

Inn; Dianthus Mrs. H. Officers serving with Mrs. dent, presented her officers I

Lutheran Women's Mission- B. Goodwin, 4104 NW 19th Pl., Fisher will be: Mrs. Edith with gifts. She also recognizedthe That Won't I: TWO EASY .
jWd ary League of First Lutheran husbands of three mem
Gloriosa Roundtree Mrs.
Mrs. J. Gibbs president-elect
1 ;
Church 9:30 a.m., Parish Ii BUYING
Bethea Eddie Fish.
bers-Henry RULESt
Chesnut, 519 SW 21st Avenue Jayne Butterworth, first vice-
I Hall.Xi president Mrs. Jeri er, and Bob Roundtree for QUIT
; ; Dollar Ii for clothing life i.I i.
Phi Beta longer
/ BYt Sigma second vice-president; Mrs. their continued help to the club I

Phi Sorority, 6:30 pjn., Guar- 11 ajn., Hibiscus, Holiday Margaret Brennan, recording in its projects and special I -
anty Federal Building, Cover- Inn; events. : 1. READ LABELS t
Mrs. Jewell
t secretary; King,
ed-Dish Supper and Exemplar After :Mrs. Cherry received a manufacturers
corresponding secretary, and Most garment
11:15 ajn., Camellia, Mrs.
Degree Ceremony. past president's she was i label their merchandise. Items
\ LOW/MAM Maurice Boyd 2236 NW 9th Mrs. Loulie English, treasurer, pin
Great Books {
Discussion with of :' which are dry-cleaned or sun-
and Mrs. Ann Paulling parlia- presented a pair green .
Final Place; derable are so labelled. And if
Group, Meeting, 8
mentarian. crystal vases in appreciation of special handling 4s req r d.-to.'
p.m., Gainesville Public Library Noon, Azalea, Holiday BPW's Annual Awards presentation -her service. maintairr the garment-or fobnc,
Inn; Dogwood Mrs. Mark followed the instal- Boys' Club Award the label instructs and forewarns -

Anna Miller Circle, 8pm. Richardson, Evinston, Flori- lation with Miss Adelaide Seele, Mike Kreshka, Executive Di- If a label! Is missing"low,
Exercise Must Be be buying a
you may
Elk's Lodge, HostessesMrs. '
da; assisted by Mrs. Jean Mac- rector of the Gainesville Boys'Club I service" item. Therefore-
Gene Liddon and Mrs. W.
Clellan and Mrs. Roundtree was present to present,i
Regular For Value"You A. Anderson. 12:30: p.m., Daylily Mrs. C. 2. ASK QUESTIONSYou
in charge of the program. that organization's Man and Boy
Altrusa 7 A. Pound Jr., 1647 NW 19th
p.m., Holiday
Award to BPW. The plaque was have the right to askwhether
cannot 'can' the benefits losing oneself in physical ac Inn.Merrysteppers Circle; Rose, Mrs. John Van Bouquets Presented given to Mrs. English, Civic the item can be either
Workshop 8 Dyke Saunders, 108 NW 22nd Bouquets, featuring appropriate laundered or dry cleaned. If
of physical exercise. The benetivity is one way. It would befits I Participation chairman for theclub's
Drive it cannot why not pass it up?
pjn. City Recreation Center. ; humorous mementos for
cannot be stored up. Many difficult to worry when playing volunteer services and It isn't so pretty it's worth
middle do not of fast WEDNESDAY, May 27 particular services were pre-. clerical assistance in Just two bonds so that discarding it's
aged women understand a tight game golf or a 12:45 pjn., Founders, preparation as soon c$
the physiological importance game of tennis. You are not like Gainesville Bridge Club, Gainesville Golf and Country sented to Mrs. Myrtle Cherry,I for the'Boys' Club adult every cool breeze can soiled is it? There ore too
in when 7:30 pjn., Holiday Inn. Mrs Rosanna Laurie, Mrs. touch your toes but many good fabrics, garments
of regularity exer ly to worry playing table Club; membership drive. etc. on the market fo waste
the braided band
cise." tennis, riding horseback, swim Cosmos Club Picnic 10 Brennan Mrs. Roundtree, :Mrs. As program coordinator, Mrs. good and practical idea to keep
ming or even taking a very ajn., Mrs. and Mrs. Vernon 2:30 p.m., Amaryllis, Mrs. Martha Hancock, Mrs. King, Roundtree recognized Mrs. elasticized for the fin- your money and time on un-
This IS what Dr. Charles A. brisk walk. Schafer's Swan LaKe Home. Julian H. McCranie, 716 NE Mrs. Lula Rich, Mrs. Fisher, Laurie and Mrs. English, respective est fit ever. Shiny little serviceable things. And it is a

Bucher told me during a recent Chapter AF, PEO, 10 a.m., 7th Street; and Miss Peggy Albright.In World Affairs and Civic scuff in white Potent- may et: : "r have vo-j or special cleaner instructions
lite. your
interview. Dr. Bucher also feels that utilizing Luncheon meeting, Mrs. Roy i a more serious vein, certificates -Participation chairmen, for out- need later. may
4 Lotus Mrs.
one's talents, being creative Green and Mrs. L. E. Schoon- pjn., George for meritorious service in /vnj tie third rule for get-
Dr. Bucher is Professor of in fact, becoming engrossed maker at the latter's home, W. Fletcher, Newberry Road; were awarded to Mrs. Dollar standing their accomplishments Central Charge ting the most from yourc' I
Education in the Department ofPhysical 6 pjn., Mimosa, Mrs. Hil- particular areas duringthe : ieis have them cleaned
in creating, is an equally effective 800 SW 25th Place. Mrs. Paulling Mrs. Doris
Education, Health and past year.A regularly-
T. Bevis, 2730 NW 39th
f Recreation at New York Umver.of way to break the stress University City BridgeClub Avenue ory ; Coker, Mrs. Mamie Van Horn, Spring motif was used in BOB'SSHOE

sity School of Education New life. 7:30 p.m., Weed Hall, Mrs. Cordie Bailey, Miss Ma the decorations. Miniature May
6:30 pjn., Geranium, Mrs. bel Mrs. Ora and CALL OR BRING IT TO
107 NW 15th Terrace. Voyle, Wynn,
baskets filled with flowers and
York City. His distinguished accomplishments Anyone can be creative in
W. H. Pierson, 1831 NW Tenth
Chapter AP, PEO, 10:30: Mrs. English. I placed along the S &
are numerous some way and to some extent Avenue Gladiolus Mrs. Tom- greenery were STORE S CLEANERS
and varied. A high I.Q. is not ajn., Mrs. W. W. Little ; Miss Betty Sanford, Beacon tables. A May Pole, with labeled -
ncessary.He my Ridgell, 1715 NW 16th Delivery or Cosh and Carry
Mrs. Guy Fulton, 2245 NW 5th Club President, received a streamers for in-
is the author of many Why not become interested in Avenue; pastel 21 W. Univ. Are. 503 SW 3rd St. Ph. 372-4184
Place. scrapbook on behalf of her club
some hobby or skill into which qpming officers centered the
books and articles. He is Direc ::
University Women's Club 8:00 p.m., Carnation, Mrs.E. Beacon is a BPW sponsored
head table.Invocation.
can throw with real
tor of Graduate Study for the you
W. Johnson, 2803 NE 11th service club at Gainesville High
Department of Physical Education enjoyment? You would find it Newcomers Bridge 8 p. m., was given by Mrs.
at New York University. In very relaxing, gratifying and Clubhouse.Old School. Wynn, Mrs. Roundtree wel- I
and New Miss Albright, last year's recipient -
1962, as an American specialist, youthifying. FRIDAY, May 29 comed members and guests
Fine Arts Association 8 of the Hazel Fisher
he traveled around the world and Mrs. Alma Bethea introduced
for the U nit e d States Department If you would like to have p.m., Mrs. Earl Killgore, 2200 Gainesville Sectional Bridge Membership Award, presented the installing officer. SINGER ,
my list of hobbies, send a NW 11th Avenue. Tournament 1:30 p.m., Men's J
Guests included Mrs. Mary
two hundred of State lectures giving more concerning than- stamped self addressed en- May Dinner Meeting Junior Pairs and Women's Pairs 8 SUNDAY, May 31 @[lJM\OOM@EU\ [

health, sports, physical education \elope with your request for Welfare League, 7 p. m., p.m., Mixed Pairs Holiday Gainesville Sectional DON'T HEAR WELL? 1
and similar subjects. It to Josephine Lowman in preceeded by social hourat Inn.Gainesville Bridge Tournament, 1 p. m., Custom-fitted Hearing Aids SEWING

This just scratches the surface.Dr. care of The Gainesville Son.Oldtime 6 p.m., Gainesville Golf Garden Club In- Open Teams, first session, and Accessories MACHINES I >,

Bucher feels that daily ex- and Country Club. stallation Luncheon, 12:15 Rutherford Pairs; 7:30 p. m., Repair On All Makes
THURSDAY May 2S pjn., Gainesville Golf and Open Teams, second sessions, GAINESVJLLEHEARING 'We !
ercise is extremely Important took fem in trade) J11V
cooks aften added Gainesville Library AdvIsory Country Club.SATURDAY ._ and Mary Turner Pairs, Holiday ] .
for the middle
aged '
woman 622 N. Main FR 7-6715
although of course it should be a little lemon juice to the Board, 8 p.m., Li May 30Gainesville ...,..... Inn. Put 'em in top condition I i

adapted to the individual. He al- water in which a stewing brary. I
so said the well adjusted person chicken was being cooked. Colfax Rebekah Lodge No. Sectional You take fem away at .

must have some interest 2, 8 pjn., Odd Fellows Hall, Open Pairs; 8 pjn., Open n +
740 SE 2nd Avenue Pairs; second session, and Need BARGAIN ICI
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mid life many women are Soft cookies do not make Gainesville Garden Club Henry L. Gray Pairs Hol- money tj

nervous, worried about chronic good room-mates for crisp Circles: iday Inn. PRICES! \j

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Monday May 25. 1964 Gainesville Sun 7 I II Ii
Nr alarm at SE 4th Place and 13th Assn. v. Wayne L Sparkman and wife
I' mortgage foreclosure. I I, SaboteursHit
Street. Prudential Insurance Co. of America
SEE v. Edith B. Tlnsley, mortgage fore-' I
r by COURTHOUSE RECORDS closure. RailroadSAIGON !i
I ,
May 1S-22 Bristol Savings Bank Inc. v. Kenneth ,
Marriage License Applications McBumey and wife and the United
Patrick Alan rlnl@v Gainesville, and States of America, mortgage foreclos' South Viet Nam REPUBLICANS
Elizabeth Jean Flskell. Gainesville. I
Earl Mahamery. High Springs and ure.Hartford Federal Savings and Loan i(AP) Viet Cong saboteurs II
the SUN I Lorrain MeNish, Ataehua. Assn. v. Lcnn McElroy and wife mined the I
I Saigon-Hue train
t i iJ James Harvey Thexton Jr.. Am@r&CUI. mortgage foreclosure. early -
Ga.. and Juliet Wood. Alachua. "I l Sunday, killing eight ,civilian?
I John Cab Gaddy Hawthorne Juanila Other Suites FinishedMidContinent .
Ii t Angela HeHnes Alachua. 1 passengers, the Vietnamese De- GO GOLDVVATErj
J Thomas. Eugene: O'Dell Jr., Gaines- Casualty Co v. William I|'ence Min announced :
ACCIDENT ROUNDUP and charged by the Florida Vi': t, K en Jo MacL,ren P,+rato'a.Chassan !! A. Bessent, collection of promissory fry t"-ay. '
k .. Saml Nachawai. Galvesv note.Brian. ]Eight other passengers were VOTE For Candidates! G !Kv/-t-r
Involved in accidents reported Highway Patrol with driving :'e, and Kay Frances Jones. Gaines ,_ M. Foley v. George'b'i preferring Berry
to Gainesville Police while intoxicated. ville.!: rver Jr., ttdividuelly end wounded.In i
duringthe TUESDAY
Johnny Nathaniel Stanley. Gaines. malicious prosecution. I MAY 26 PRIMARY PULL LEVLR 7C
last 36 hours: vine, and Betty Lou James Gaines. Watson and Eiiett; ins. inc., v. August -I Phu Yen Province, Communist
James Lewis Fisher, 1513 NW Edwin Crosby, 45, Archer, vide.Carroll Raymond McGehee, Newber- sory note G. ,Pagnozzi.(dismissed collection). of prom is-'J r guerrillas attacked a Civil/ This is the official Goldwater slate authorized; by Senator Barry

5th Ave., ,and Albert R. Mas- was minor arrested by city police: aftera ry Johnny, and Lelia Lafayette Mae Yarbrough.Benton Newberry.Gainesville Arthur and Garibaldi Services d-b-a v. National Aviation Insur-i Careen I(Guard: unit, killing nine, wounding -, Goldwater in accordance with Florida law and headed by our
sey, 218 NW 36th St., at W. University accident at E. Univer and Minnie Lee Thomas. Gaines. once Underwriters.S. eight and capturing '28..
sity Avenue ville. A. Webb and wife v. Eugene Thomas Defense Florida Congressman William C. Cramer.
and the Waldo the
weapons Ministry I
Avenue and 24th Streetat David Eugene Bartee, Gainesville, and wife mortgage foreclosure.
12:31 a.m. yesterday.I. Road at 9:30 p.m. Saturday and and Helen Cave Gainesville., said A government pursuit i

X. Cheves, 3 SW 25th St., charged toxicated.with driving while in June Marlene Divorces Bowen Started v. Gene .A. Bowen Kashmir Talks force recovered some weapons.Ii I WHY WE NEED SEN. BARRY GOLDWATER

and Wilbur Floyd Holder, 705 Essie. B. Lucas v. William B. Lucas. ........... i I 1. Barry Goldwater is the unifying force for American regardless of race, creed or color.
NW 10th Ave., in the Jerry's Leonard Hall, 37, 618 NE 16th Divorce Decrees RAWALPINDI, Pakistan (AP) .....''tj .. "'\ I ths GOP-the single most popular man in 6. Barry Golawater! is a practical businessman
Drive Inn parking lot on SW Ter., was arrested by city police Joyce Van Winkle v. William Ernest -Sheikh Abdullah the nationalist chd aa. ,1. j. oil sections of the country north, south, who successfully! mancged a business the

13ih Street at 9:30 p.m. Satur in the 100 block of NE 16th I Van te:Winkle., Jean Jr.Perry v. Rudilph Charles Kashmir leader, and Presi- *4lb frld Ckilc... east and west. l wDepression.and met a payroll, even during. -
is experienced: :
2. Barry Goldwater on
I day.Edwin Avenue at 7:30 p.m yesterday: Perry Margaret Lou Pulp v. Donald Keith dent Mohammed Ayub Khan of ._ ) maker with 11 years service: in the United 7. Barry Gsldwoter I is a Wcrld War II veteran ...
i Crosby, 45, Archer, hit and 'ai11 r a pilot presently a mojor general -
charged'with driving while Fulp Pakistan began discussions of rt States Senate, our Nation's most: important .and jet -
a railroad sign at E. University intoxicated. Williams.Joy Cason Williams v. Henry Alton the thorny Kashmir dispute to -.. . ...- n legislative body. In the U.. S. Air Reserve-*ho knows _.--
:1 Avenue and the Waldo Road Ltzzi Mae Cavalier! v. Pace L. Cava- day. .214 NW 13th 3. Barry! Goldwater has traveled J widely I and we 8. Barry must remain Goldwater militarily is a man strong.devoted to his
r at 9:30: p.m. Sturday. Orion Collon Nelson, 30, lierl Norma U Landsman v. Murray J. AIM III CXlt Is.a widely.acclaimed expert in foreign af family, with a lovely wife and four children.
Route two, Box 21 Landsman who will lead the Free World to greater oilunity
is extraodinary -
t Joseph .A I b e r tWilling- was arrested 9 Borry Goldwater an
Marlene Bass Beasley v. Claude M. and resolution in the Cold War. ,
ham, 5915 NW 19th Place, and in the 1800 block of NW 16th Beasley American man author explorer linguist
4. Barry Goldwater is a fiscal conservative "ham" radio
Other Suits Started historian pilot, photographer
: Ethel Hodge Hiers, Newberry Avenue at 4:20: a.m. Sunday by 'Frank Hammond Loomis and frank I who believes in a balanced budget and a operator and athlete. --
at 6:30: p.m. Saturday at W. city police who charged him damages.Ernest Loomis v. Carlton's Dairy Incw Caft/r.iage.Q/ teak //r.00t11 tax structure which will promote economicgrowth 10. Barry Goldwater is a dedicated Party .
University Avenue and the New- with driving while intoxicated. Stallworth Pine Products Co. V. Raymond and individual initiative. man who will actively support every Republican -
E. Campbell and wife. 5. Barry Goldwater is a staunch defender running for office at the local state
Road. Patricial Booth Leaterwood Marilyn Dee Marlamaa by Helen 1
I ,
Jane McDavid, change of name (grant- of personal freedom and the rights of every and Federal levels.
l D. H. Hill, Owosso, Mich., and 43, 815 NE 10th Ave., was ar- ad L I l
rested in the Century Federal Savings and LeanToday DINING
Mohammad Kazen Mow, 304 500 block of NE
I NW 15th St., at SW 13th Street 10th Avenue at 7:30 p.m. Satur I\ : : FOR FREE RIDE TO THE

j and 8th Avenue at 1:55 p.m. day by city police who charged I &; a : DANCIN POLLS CALL GOLDWATER -
I her with driving while intoxicat-
Tuesday I'
i Univ rsit Inn
Charles A. Davis, Micanopy, ed. COCKTAILS., HEADQUARTERS FR 6-5896
and hit and driver in i .
a run a : ,
Fire Calls .. ; \ < .r. :=
"' 'f' ) f I 4 ta
parking lot in the 1300 block j ..... J ( Gj (Pd. Adv.)
At 8.04: p.m. yesterday, a false III-.W. It. ,
cf NW 23rd Boulevard at 1:3C t
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p.m. yesterday. NE i 1 "lit\
August W. Staub, 2842 NE 14th -l. totr
Drive, in the 500 block of NW I "
f' ,' (, ,::,: ,
39th Avenue at 8:15 a.m. yes OtlVLIM THEATRE I ::'J7 .1
terday. 2400 r/_/ _Rued.ft.M'f K t.'011. t ; > .:.:?,: 1 '
NOW! 3 LAFF HITS! I', "" sf"
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Charges ,
Open 7:00 Show .ff-f.!. ; I IT'5
of 7:45 ;
Raymond Roland Doke, 48, I l \8 '
See 2 Hits Late os 9:30 \ >.,>., 13MOAURf. JrA ...w
Ocala, was arrested on S.R. 200 At 7:45 I .&
i in Waldo at 6 p.m. Saturday I TONY RANDALL LJ \ l .

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J 8 Gainesville Sun Monday May 25, 1964 __ 'n A .
residents owning property or suoieci TO
NOTICE UNDER In the Court of the County Judge, Alachua taxation therein and others having or of Former VINYL FLOOR TILE
II FICTITIOUS NAME LAW County. Florida In Probate.In I Claiming any right title or Interest in I New Orleans l\lournsDeath MayorBy I
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the re: Estate of property to be affected by the issuance 42 COLORS IN STOCK
undersigned desiring to) engage In business IDA MAE WILLIAMS by the Board of Control, an agency of PER
1 at 407 N. W. Stti Avenue. Gainesville Deceased.To the State of Florida of the Sl.786,000 10.9* .

t SOFSPRA. Florida COIN-OP under the name CAR WASH of GATOR, Intend Claims All or Creditors Demands and Against Persons Said Having Es-!University Certificates of Florida of 1964 Apartment hereinafter Revenue more BEN THOMAS office in Gallier Hall-the for Pellegrin 47, of Montegut' a 11 plane took off shortly after 5 TILE

to register the said name with! tate: particularly described. or to be affectedIn mer city hall where Morrison,Cenac employe; Hugh Ward, the I]p.m. Friday from Matamoros, Sinclair Eaton Co.,'
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Alachua You and each of you are hereby notified any way thereby. are hereby requiredto NEW ORLEANS La. (AP- Main St.
I County, Florida. and required to present any claims appear before the Circuit Court of had served many of his 15 yearsas pilot Brownsville Tex.; and i J Mexico, across the border from' 716 N.
Joseph C. Hamilton, Jr. and demands which you or either of Leon County. Florida In the Second Ju- This historic city paused in sorrow -
Maxene E. Hamilton vou may have against the estate of IDA dicial Circuit of said State at the Court mayor. Carolyn Vandergrift 35, and her Brownsville Tex. I'
Herbert J. Jones MAE WILLIAMS. deceased. late of said House in Tallahassee. Florida on the to tribute to
25 day of June. 1964, at ten o'clock I I today pay 7-year-old son, Christopher, who Paid AdvertisingPROPANE
of Bates & Jones. County. to the County Judge of Alachua Morrison 52 his son A search
youngest found
A.M., and show cause why the prayers ; party the.
Miller Building County Florida at his office in the S. Morrison who recently had moved from Washington -
, 11 West University Avenue court house of said County at Alachua of the Petition filed in the above proceeding I deLesseps John Randolph, 7; and five wreckage the next day in remote .I.Ia
should not be granted and the in politics diplomacy West Palm
, Gainesville Florida Florida, within six calendar months from achieved success D.C., to
. (3358) 5:25; t:1. 8. 15INVITATION the time of the first publication of this revenue certificates therein describedand other: persons perished in the 11 terrain 45 miles southeast
notice. Each claim or demand shall be the proceedings of Petitioner heretofore and soldiering.His Beach, Fla.
crash which occurred of Ciudad Victoria the
f TO BID in writing and shall state the place of! taken authorizing the issuance thereof reportedly capitaof

! Bids are to Sunland solicited Training for fornishing Center following for- residence and post office address of the the Said validated revenue and confirmed.certificates are dated body broken in a plane during a blinding rain- In West Palm Beach Margaret the Mexican state of Tamaul
claimant and shall be sworn to by.
period covered. claimant agent attorney and any such January 1. 1964 bear interest at not crash in Mexico's Tamaulipas storm. Price said Mrs. Vander- ipas. There were no survivors. ,
Florida. Grade A three and one-half centum
Eggs. Fresh Large ; exceeding per
Approx. 480 Doz. Weekly. July 1. 164 claim void. or demand not so filed shall be 3Vi per cent) per annum, are in the Mountains last Friday will lie grift her daughter, and Morris
through June 30th. 1965. aggregate principal amount of $1.786,000. An Air Force Albatross land-
Opening Date: 2:00 PJA. EST June Leona HardyAdministratrix of the Estate and mature in annual installaments in in state for 24 hours in his olds. Callendar were engaged to be married. TOMORROWyou
16th. 1964.Specifications. ,the years 1967 to 2004 Inclusive. all as ed at nearby Alvin divorced.
and bid forms may be obtained of IDA MAE WILLIAMS-more fully described In the Petition Naval Air Station Sunday with Mrs. Vandergrift was
upon request from: ceased filed herein and exhibits attached thereto. L. SCRUGGS. P. O. Box 197. Gainesville Morrison's wife died in 1956. FOR
BARTON & BUR WELL the original in
O. K. Matheny Florida and the flag-draped coffins of the .
Business Manager Attorneys for Administratrix DONE AND ORDERED at Tallahassee the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Sunland Training Center. 212 Southeast First Street Florida, this 19 day of May, 1964. Court. Gainesville. Florida. on or before seven victims. The caskets of Morrison and
P. O. Box 508 Gainesville, Gainesville. Florida s-W. May Walker the 9th day of June. A. D.. 1964 other-
Florida (3314) 5:4. 11. IS. 25 CIRCUIT JUDGE wise. the allegations of said Complaintwill his son will be taken to St Lou- If-
(3351) 5:18.25; 61 (3361) 5:25; 6:1.8 be taken as confessed by you. Morrison who resigned a t
for a high
Dated this 8th day of May. A.D., 1964. is Cathedral Tuesday
Statutes. notice Is hereby given that Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida Stat- By: Cherrie Hales States to make his third try for The Morrison party left New !
the undersigned. Elizabeth N. Pittman BOARD OF CONTROL a public tes. notice is hereby given that the Deputy Clerk I Cook & Heat Water
and John T. Pittman. doing business corporation of the State of Florida. undersigned. Walter George Lavers doing (Court seal\ governor will be buried with Orleans Friday to fly to the
under the firm name of The Little Petitioner business under the firm name of (3338) 5:11. 18. 25; 6:1 full military honors. He was a Rancho Santa Clara near Tam- Low Cost
Associates 1120 N.W. 55th
G'llery. 1121 W. University Ave. Gainesville vTHE Engineering
.- Alachua County. Florida intends STATE OF FLORIDA et al. Street.Gainesville Alachua County Florida major general in the U.S. Army pico, Mexico on a combination
8 to register said fictitious name undert ORDER TO SHOW CAUSETO intends to register said fictitious IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA. FR 6-5110
the provisions of the aforesaid Statute. FLORIDA. name under the provisions of the afore- CIRCUIT. IN AND Reserve. business-pleasure trip. Their
Dated Gainesville. Florida, this 15
at said! Statute.
day of May A.D..1964.ELIZABETH Dated at Gainesville. Florida this 7th I
JUDICIAL Others killed Ovide J.
day of May. A.D., 1964Waiter
(3336) 5:11. 18. 25; 6:1 OF PHILADELPHIA -
NOTICE 1$ HEREBY GIVEN that the COUNTY, FLORIDA. INCLUDING a corporation authorized to do a towing company; Raleigh Recommend a FREE Esti- REPUBLICANSTOMORROW
Undersigned desiring to engage In business NON-RESIDENTS OWNING PROPERTYOR AGENDABeard business in the State of florida. mate without obligation on the
at 2325 Northwest 13th Street. SUBJECT TO TAXATION THEREIN. af Adjustment Plaintiff sprinkler
Gainesville. Florida under the nameof AND OTHERS HAVING OR CLAIM- Utilities Operations Center v. Rain Bird underground
to register the said name with EST IN PROPERTY TO BE AFFECTEDBY Thursday. June 4, 1964 I:M P.M. MINTER JOSEPH E .GUM and MAED.
the Clerk of_the Circuit Court of Alachua THE ISSUANCE BY THE BOARDOF 1. A request by Helen Conaway that the CUSTOM INSTALLEDIN
County, Florida. CONTROL AN AGENCY OF THE Board of Adjustment rehear her re GUM.Defendants.. Guiana YOUR YARD OF DECISIONFor
TEMCO OF GAINESVILLE STATE OF FLORIDA, OF THE 11,786.- quest. Section 254 (e) of The Gainesville GEORGETOWN
INC. 000 REVENUE CERTIFICATES THER- Code of Ordinances for a special NOTICE OF SUIT AP Two battalions of CALL FR 6-4030 to
( ) several have been subjected a seem-
the weeks
past you
BY: William F. Erwin INAFTER MORE PARTICULARLY DE exception to locate a child care centerin
Its President OR WHO MAY BE IN ANYWAY an R2 zone Section 2931 (1) IN THE NAME. OF THE STATE OF British troops are en route to I, ingly endless barrage of personal visits telephone calls false
(Corporate Seal) B.PFE. E THEREBY: of the Gainesville Code of Ordinances. FLORJDATO BEVILLE'SNURSERY claims of endorsement, and misleading statements by my opposi
at 1406 Northwest 5th Avenue. this strife-torn colony requestedby
I Bates & Jones The State of Florida through the : Fred T. Minter tion. I REFUSE TO COMPETE FOR VOTES ON THIS BASIS!
Post Office Box 39* State Attorneys of the Second and 2. A request by Howard V. Bickford to 3424 Natchez Avenue Gov. Sir Richard Luyt to en-
Miller Building Eighth Judicial Circuits of said State. construct a 2 car carport with an Chicago. Illinois force peace between warring GARDEN CENTER I HAVE NOT AND WILL NOT annoy and irritate you by
11 West univprsitv Avenue and the several property owners taxpayers Interior side yard setback variance. to vote.
Gainesville. Florida and citizens thereof and of from 10 feet to 6.7 feet. Section 29 35(2) Mary Jane Minter Negro and East Indian factions. telephoning to ask how and why you are going
J (3360) 5:25; 6:I. I IS Alachua County. Florida. Including non- of the Gainesville Code of Ordinances Address Unknown I 0 I HAVE NOT AND WILL NOT seek your vote by making
at 1909 Northeast 7th Terrace (lot 36. office.
I offers of to
block sion as 2 of recorded Michigan in Heights Plat Book SubdivI-D. Joseph 342 North E.Water and Mae Street D. Gum . SSSS' 00 8 8 8 8 8 0 misleading I HAVE NOT AND WILL appointment NOT make false claims of endorsement -

page 69) in an R-la zone. Milwaukee 2. WisconsinYou b" a "nl l political: pro'"..

MEET TONIGHT Lutheran : 0 I MAVE NOT AND WILL NOT seek to divide and disrupt
3. A request by the Gethsemane are hereby notified that a suitin Let Beneficial put
Church for a special exceptionto equity has been brought against you : : your official I County and State Republican Committees by
locate a semi-public use (a church) by CAYUGA FEDERAL SAVINGS AND riding the coattails of any notional political figure.
In an R-lb zone. Section 2954(2) of LOAN ASSOCIATION OF PHILADELPHIA
a with other the Gainesville Code of Ordinances. on a corporation authorized to do .nn 0 0 I HAVE NOT AND WILL NOT use the name goodwill or
the West 396 feet of the Southwest Vi business in the State of Florida in the facilities of any auxiliary political group without proper. approval -
persons who are of the Southeast V of the Southeast Vt Circuit Court Eighth Judicial Circuit. ; : .
of Section 28, Township South Range in and for Alachua County. Florida. :
20 East (the Northwest corner of and you are hereby summoned ordered @. ] 0 I HAVE NOT AND WILL NOT be listed in the GainesvilleSun
t HAYDONBURNS Northeast 23rd Avenue and Northeast and required to file your written answeror -' '= I as a contributor to local Democrat candidates as has one

13th Street). defenses against to you the in Complaint the above filed entitled herein : / I j : of the more vocal and critical of the opposition (see Gaines

I a. P 4. A request by A. McQulnneY to locate cause in the office of- the Clerk of the i ville Sun. May 10 1964. p. 8A1. J
a hause trailer in an R-la zone. Circuit Court in and for Alachua County.
; I Section 2928 of the Gainesville Codeof Florida in his office in the Courthousein ON THE OTHER HAND .
Ordinances at 2406 Northeast 5th Gainesville Florida on or before the in your pocket todayi i and
AND I WILL CONTINUE to represent openly
,. WORKERSAT Place (lot 4, block 3 of Ward's Re- 22nd day of June. A.D. 1964, and to : 1 HAVE
I plat as recorded in DB 278-267). serve a copy of such answer or defenses Golden 8i above-board Alachua County Republicans in oil phases of
5. A Elvin and Louise Get it and get it fast during Beneficial's
request by Hayesto upon Gray Chandler. O'Neal Carlisle 8 political activity to the best of my ability.
construct a one family residence Avera Plaintiffs attorneys herein 8 Get cash to paint ;fix tune up.
Jubilee Spring up up the official and
F. on a substandard lot. Section 29.14(3)( whose address is P. 0. Box 44 Gainesville 0 I HAVE AND WILL CONTINUE to support
of the Gainesville Code of Ordinances Florida. on or before said date dress up .any good reason! Remember Beneficial is elected Republican County and State Committees until the
with a front yard setback variances,as required by the laws of Florida. If '
7:30 June 66.
: p.m. from 25 feet to 183 feet In an R-lc! you fail to do so. a Decree Pro Con- the one place to call for money the minute you want expiration of my term as State Committeewoman in ,
zone. Section 2935(2) of the Gainesville fesso will be entered against you for it! Call up or come in..this very minute! I I HAVE AND WILL CONTINUE to resist with all my efforts }
Code of Ordinances on lot I. the relief demanded in the Complaint.You the attempts of anyone Democrat or Republican to divide I
block 5 of Waite's Subdivision I as are further notified that the na
1 ture of said suit Is .1 and weaken Florida's Republican party.
301 S. MAINThe recorded in Plat Book A, page 142 closure.It a mortgage fore- BENEFICIAL
(North side of Northeast 5th Avenue
Gainesville 50 feet. East of Northeast 15th Terrace -and is notice hereby shall ordered be published that this once order a 1914 FINANCE SYSTEM 1964 .1 VOTE FOR JAYNE B.
) week for four consecutive weeks In the I IC
1 Burns for Governor Gainesville Daily Sun a newspaper pub BUTTERWORTHLEVER i
6. A request by M. D. Anderson to construct Car Note -I
lished in Gainesville Alachua County, Loans up to $600 on Furniture. or i IC
Headquarters an accessory building (a garage) Florida and having a general circula-
in an R-1C zone with a rear yard tion in Alachua County Florida. Beneficial Finance Co. of Gainesville -I 7-B 8TH DISTRICT DELEGATE
Meetings every Mon., Wed. & Fri. nights. Join with us and I setback variance from 7Vi feet to WITNESS my hand as Clerk of the ,
support Haydon Burns for Governor. \Vi feet. Section 29-35(2)( of the Gainesville -, said Court at Gainesville. Alachua County 301 N. MAIN ST. (Opp. Masonic Home) GAINESVILLE
Code of at 431 North OFFICIAL
Ordinances I II I FOR YOUR
Florida on this 20th day of May. VOTE
PHONE 6-8990 or 6-7839 east 9th Avenue (Lot 41 and the West A.D. 0 Phone: 376-2676 Ask for the YES MANager _
We Welcome the Active Support of the Supporters of 35 feet of lot 42 of Highland Parkas 1964.J.. B. Carmichael. Clerk OPEN EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT-PHONE FOR HOURS I UNPLEDGED DELEGATION-LEVER 7BPd.
All the Other Candidates I recorded in Plat Book A, page By: Emily Waterhous 'I
135). Deputy curJc "64. BENEFICIAL FINANCE CO.
(Pd. Adv.) I(Court Seal) .r* . . 0 . . ( Adv.)
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Jo.e Torre Still Stuart SnapsHitting j' ;'


'Fat, on .370 BA Slumpf. ;

I By MURRAY CHASS Grand Slam hits in the second game. The I

t Associated By DICK Press COUCH |Tom Butters drove in three Prate Associated Press Sports Writeri the first on singles by Don Blas- t

Sports" Writer runs in the second game Dick Stuart, whose glove ingame, John Kennedy and j
f "Boy, are you fat! Warren and recorded his first Blast Aids
major ,sometimes beats Boston, now Chuck Hinton and Don Lock'ssacrifice I

I Spahn exclaimed nine years A league victory with help from f has come close to whipping the fly. !

ago when in Joe Torre first appeared relievers Bob Priddy and Al Mc. [Red Sox with his bat. Bosox Win Pinch hitter Floyd Robinson t

a Milwaukee dressingroom Bean. I\ The Boston slugger's bat put I doubled with the bases loaded in

accompanied by big; Mays had one hit in five at- Kansas City ahead with a home 28 when he also smashed a the eighth, driving in two runs I

brother Frank, then the Braves' bats and his batting fell grand slam. He also connected!
average :run in the first game of a doubleheader and bringing the White Sox from

regular first basman. -'.- from .400 to .393. tt (; Sunday. with a man aboard in the fourth behind in the opener. J. C. Mar-

Spahn didn't get an argumentthe Chicago's Billy Williams- Then Stuart clouted a grand Inning _of the nightcap, givinghi tin's sacrifice fly accounted fora

younger Torre, at 15,' gained the top spot, going 3-for ,- 1tt .. mfour this
season. third in the The
slam home run for a 6-2 vic run inning.

', weighed 240 pounds-but today ..' 6 to climb from .394 to .398, but tory. He came back with a two- I Stuart's avenge is only .230, Senators had taken a 4-3 lead in
Braves' pitching ace wouldbe the Cubs succumbed to Bill Henry's '
: but he has
the first run homer that gave Boston a 28 runs batted in, the eighth on Kennedy's single
admit that the
clutch relief pitching in the
3-1 triumph in the second game. third best in the American and Hinton's double.
fattest about
thing Joe is his
and an eight-run Cincin-
.370 opener [ The home run that put the League. Last year he hit 42 Mickey Mantle sparked the
batting average.On nati inning in the finale.
homers and Yankees to their
in second-game
i Athletics into a 2-1 lead actuallywas drove 118 runs.
the other hand if
you had Henry halted Chicago's two- -
hit by Jim Gentile who Of five scheduled doubleheaders -triumph after Dean Chance
Bobby Bragan Sunday, run ninth inning rally to save the had borrowed one of Stuart'sbats. in the AL. Baltimore ha blanked them on three hits in
after Torre's hitting for Jim O'Toole. Tom.
rampageled victory
the Mantle homered Lithe
the only other opener.
sweep beating
the Braves to -
a 7-4,10-0 dou- my Harper and Vada Pinson
second. then triggered a
Minnesota 2-0
and 7-6.
Breaks Chicago
bleheader 4/ Tie
sweep of St. Louis each hit safely twice in the :
four-run in. the sixth with
; The big first baseman's grand downed Washington then lost rally
the Milwaukee manager would BOB BRUCE Reds' third inning second-gam 4T : c ,
--.o A .x''X-''''' <'- }'-" ,-.:- -- a two-strike bunt. The Yankees
3-0 whift New York
slam off Moe Drabowsky in the defeatedLos
hay told that Joe is the wins sixth! outburst. I
you e game
f fattest commodity in the game. Koufax, making his first relief RED SOX' DICK STUART eighth inning broke a 2-2 tie. It Angeles 8-5 after- dropping trailed 5-2 going into the inning.Ed .

"He's the most valuable piece Pirates stunned San Francisco appearance since 1962, breaks slump with grand slam blast. was his first bomer'since April a 3-0 decision. Detroit got by I Kirkpatrick hammered a

of baseball 3-0 and 5-3; the Reds downed Cleveland 7-5. Rain washed out two-run homer for the Angels in
property today, quelled a Philadelphia threat in

Bragan said, following Torre's7for10 Chicago 6-5 and 12-4. Los Angeles the seventh inning and the Dodgers the second game. .the second.Quick

I spree that lifted him employed Sandy Koufax in whipped the Phillies for the Paschal Victor in '600 Stuart's. blast in the opener Victory
relief to nail down Los Angeles actually won the
from seventh to third position in a victoryover first time in seven meetings. enabled Jack Lamabe, who

t the National League batting Philadelphia! and Houston Moeller Falters came to Boston from Pittsburgh first game in the first inning.

derby. "I wouldn't trade him for oianKea new YOrK : -u m a nigm Joe Moeller, the winner, allowed !- with: the first baseman to win Billy Moran doubled home Lee

anybody, not even Willie Mays, game. [ only one hit through the Fireball Roberts his fifth game in six decisions. Thomas and Bob Rodgers, then

because I'd be giving up eight Torre singled four times In first six innings but faltered in InjuredCHARLOTTE Rookie Ed Connolly won his scored on. a double by Tom

the Braves first-game victory, 4%._ __..__.1. ..4.__ TI..___. 1"11:. first major league 'in th Satriano.
years. game:
un: ltVtUUl: : : WUtll: oIVIUJUYi1W.; 51l
.418 Clip credited .to Spahn, and drove in son led off with a single and Bob Heffner and, Dick ''Radatz Dave Wickersham received

Torre's current streak lends two; runs. His two homers and a Wes Covington followed with a N.C. (AP) -. Junior Johnson of Ronda, N. C.1r ,l The Orioles were on the verge relief .aid from Larry Sherryand

weight to Bragan's claim. The single good for three more double. Koufax retired the next Veteran Jim Paschal finally and Ned Jarrett of Camden, .. k of losing the second game when became the first AL pitcher -

RBI Backed Denny Lemas- struck it rich Sunday, winning: S. C. were involved in the worst to
catcher-first baseman, whose three batters and gave up one they struck for three runs in the win six games. The Tigersled

three-week spring holdout led ter's three-hit pitching in the hit the rest of the way. a stock wreck-marred World 600-mile' of several wrecks. ninth. Jerry Adair's homer, a 7-2 when the Indians struckin

both leagues, has hit at a .418 nightcap.The Rookie Wes Parker cracked Fireball car race which left Glenn Johnson admitted triggeringthe walk, an infield hit and an error the seventh.. Four singles

clip since May 1, raising his average Brooklyn native has 54 two doubles and a triple to pace with( critical) Roberts burns. hospitalized fiery crash by hooking Jar brought. home the tying runs. scored two runs and brought on

79 points from .291. He hit hits, second in the league, and the Dodgers' attack. rett coming off the second turn Then Luis Aparicio knocked in Sherry, who ended the threat

his fifth and sixth home runs of is third in RBI. Houston right-hander Bob Roberts, biggest career of the seventh lap. : ; Jackie Brandt with a sacrifice after another run scored.

the month Sunday for a total of Veale, Butters Bruce ran his record to 6-1, firing money winner in NASCAR history Johnson's Ford spun clear in .. fly.

9-five less than his 1963 output. Pittsburgh southpaw Bob a four-hitter and striking out : remained in critical condition -the middle of the backstretchbut $ h4 \ Another for Killebrew

While Milwaukee closed to Veale stopped San Francisco on 10 Mets. Mike White drove in early today. He had third- Jarrett's Ford hit the retaining Harmon Killebrew socked a Post Office,

within 1& games of the NL lead, two hits and fanned seven Giants -! three; runs with a first inning begree burns over most of his wall. Roberts, also in a ; ,. : wo-run homer for the Twins in

Pittsburgh and Cincinnati kept in the opener for his fourth I single and a double in the sev body.TJofnViol. Ford, rammed the wall and W-r -,, the eighth, tying the game 4-4 Livestock

pace with double victories. The victory. Rookie right-hander I enth. overturned, trying to avoid Jar- and Oliva connected wit ,
A .......... .u, .ia... UU'4 and U a 17-iroQi A.-J.......* .PQS......- __ t Tony
rett. Both their cars burst into Smith's
in the ninth.
, ing veteran, breezed to his first
flames. Robin Roberts set down th .
i major victory and $24,555 after ;

Jarrett jumped from his car Twins on five hits in the Sinclair beat
the other contenders were eliminated ,. opener, Sunny-

by wrecks or mechanical to help free Roberts, who was '- .. reducing his earned run -average I and Packing 17-8, Post Office
difficulties.His halfway out of his, and crying, : "-.. : to 1.88 on a 2-2 record. I downed General Electric 19-13

M2564 "Oh my God, Ned. I'm on fire. ......... .', _Jib The White Sox had a five- and Gainesville Livestock

triumph in a 1964 Plymouth Please help me." .- FIREBALLROBERTS --- ame winning streak until Bus- !I blanked Penn Chem 10-0 in Bus-

gave car-owner Lee Pettya Jarrett suffered minor burns. critically injured "t:er Narum limited them to six J ness League softball games at

1-2 sweep in the race. Petty'sson City Park Saturday night.J. .

Richard, finisher second, Smith hurled the shutoutor

four laps back, after blowing a Livestock, scattering seven

leap tire and burning ignition wires. .l : n hits. Six runs in the last inning

............ .. .? Richard, winner of this year's : -r- .. made it easy for the win
Daytona 500, earned $11,460. ners.

I_.. "" .__ .. .. .. e. __ ..... .._... _,.__ WASHINGTON First Game Second Game Stigman ......... 2 1.3 2 4 2 9 1
n'lIlII .mw Beach : CHICAGO KANSAS CITY BOSTON Perry .. .......... 11-30 0 0 2 1 Smith Sinclair scored In every
PlnSiURCHr.n. S' N'w .j" Roberts of
FRANCISCO xBroglio L, 2-4 .. I 1-3 2 3 0 0 NEW YORK HOUSTON Daytona abrhbi abrhbi abrhW brhb) Arrigo .. ......... 2 0 0 0 0
abrhbi abrhbi Taylor ... ....... 5 10 4 4 4 3 abrhbi abrhbi Junior Johnson of Ronda N.C. Blas'ame 2b 3 0 0 0 H'shb'er rf 4110 Causey ss 21 1 Meflas if 3110 Pleis ......... ... 21-3 1 2 1 2 2j inning for its first victory of
Schofield ss 3110 Kuenn If 4010 Shantz ........... 12-3 2 1 1 0 0 Kanehl 3b 401 Spangler If 3100 aCottier 2b 1000 t Mart in c 0001 Mathews cf 4011 Bressoud ss 4021 Stange, L. 1-3 .... 1-3 1 1 0 0 0 I he season. Eleven in the
Virdon cf 511 OJ.Alou rf 4000 Lemaster W. 5-2 .. t 3 0 0 0 10 Hunt 2b 4000 Fox 2b 3110 and Ned Jarrett of Camden, Kennedy ss 4120 2b-is 5121 Charles-3b 4000 20 3000 WP-Stigman. Pappas. PB-McCabe. U runs
Clemente rf 4 0 1 1 Mays cf 3000 WP Shantz. U-Weyer, Conlan, Harvey Gonder C 4OOLUuis 2b 0000 Hinton If 4011 Landis cf 4011 Colavito rf t7 0 0 0 Y'trze'ski cf 2 1 0 0 -Soar, Salerno Valentine and McKinley. first frame got Post Office off
Lynch If 4021 Cepeda Ib 3000 Venzon. T-2:15. A-26,081. Thomas Ib 3000Wynn cf 4220 S.C., were.involved in the worstof King rf 4111 Ward 3b 4000 Alusik Ib 2010 Stuart Ib 3122 I T-3:02. -1S, 17.
Mota If. 0000 3b 3000 Altman It 3000 White rf 3123 several wrecks that sidelined Skowron Ib 3110 Hansen ss 3120 Edwards c 2000 R.Wil'ms 3b 3 0 0 0!. and running but losing GE
Freese 3b :1 1 0 D'enport 2b 3 000 First Cam Smith If 0000 Staub Ib 3011 Brumley c 4 0 1 bBuford 2b 0100 bLau c 2000 Nixon c 3000 First Game I rallied with 11 in the fifth
Maz'oskl 2b 4 02 0 Pagan ss 3010 CHICAGO CINCINNATI Chr-fpher cf 2 0 0 Aspro'nte 3b 4001 other top names such as Marvin Lock cf 3122 Nicholson If 311 1 Jimenez If ,4010 Clinton rf 3010 LOS ANGELES NEW YORK to
Clenden'n lb 3 0 0 Crandall c 2000 I abrhbi abrhbi Bearnarth p 0 0 0 0 Bateman c 4010 Zimmer 3b 3000 McCraw Ib 4120 Green 2b 3010 Connolly p 1000 abrhbi abrhbi nake it interesting.
Pagllaroni C 1 0 0 Sanford p 1 000 I Stewart 2b 5012 Rose 2b 5011 bTaylor 1 00 Kasko ss 4020 Panch of Daytona Beach. gValentine l000Carreonc 2000 dGentile 1000 aMantilla 1000 Pearson cf 5000 Llnz ss 4020
Burgess C 200 OaM. Alou 1 000 Brock rf 4110 Harper If 4220 Locke p 0000 Bruce p 3010 Osteen p 3000 cRobinson rf 1 0 1 2 G.Wil'ms 2b 00 0 Heffner p 0000 Knoop 2b 5010 Rich'son 2b 4000 Tonight's Business loop action
Veal p 4 0 0 MacK'zie p 0000 eBurton 1000 Pinson cf 4220 McMillan M3010 befell Fred Loren- Kline p 0000 Herbert p 3000 Segui p 2000 Radatz p 1000 Thomas rf 4110 Marls rf 30. 0 sends; Fulps Radiator ..
bPeterson 1000 Williams If 4 1 3 Coleman lb 3011 Hickman rf 3 0 00 Misfortune Rudolph p'' 0000 Mossl p 0000 cTartabull 1 0 0 0Handrats'n Rodgers c 3110 3000 against .
Pierce p 0000 Santo 3b 4011 bJohnson Ib 1 0 0 0 Stallard p 1010 of Elmhurst Ill who was idzik p 0000 dStephens 0000 p 0 0 0 0. Moran 3b 3122 Trash elfd 2000 (:Jainesville Livestock at 6:30:
zen ,
20020 Robinson rf 2 0 1 2 .Ste hPhllllps 1000
Totals 33373Tsta11 Banks Ib 4221 fl'n cf 2 0 0 0 eMinoso 0000 eBryan 1000 Satrlano Ib
a Fouled out for Sanford In 4th; b- Rodgers ss 4000 Cardenas ss 3022 Totals 30545 Totals 315155 seeking his seventh major victory Wilhelm p 0000 Totals 30151 Totals 27343 Kirk'trick If 3 0 2 Howard Pepitone c Ib 4000 4000 Sunland; Training Center takes
Grounded out for MacKenzie In 8th. Bertell c 4010 Boros 3b 3000 -Popped out for Stallard In oth; b- this season. He Totals 34454 Totals 330154 a-Flied out for Connolly In 5th; b-Flied bTorres 1 0008oyer3b 3000 C In Road Prison at 8 and Publix
: Cowan cf 4110 cKeough 1000 Struck out for Bearnarth In 8th. in a row -Called out on strikes for Blasingame out for Edwards In 6th; c-Flied out for Simpson I
Pittsburgh ............ ell 000 000-3 Jackson p 3000 Klaus 3b 0000 New York ................. .000000000-8 but was forced to In Sth; b-Ran for Hansen in 8th; c-Dou- Segui in 7th; d-Struck out for Green in Koppe ss Cf.00008outonp 4020 aMoore' 2000 1 0 0 0 r neets Howard's TV at 9:30 on
........... OM 000 000-4 3100 Houston .... led 63 laps bled for Carreon
San f.nellCl Schurr p 0000 Smith c .. .. .. 200 818 20x-5 in 8th; Announced 8th; e-Struck out for Handrahan in 9th.Kansas Chance p 3010 Daley p 0000
aBurk 101 OO'Toole p 4100 E-Hunt. Christopher, Wynn. PO-A- make 11 pit stops and wound up for Mossl In 8th; e-Given an Intentionalwalk Totals I ield No. 2. On Field No. 1
34 ,
E Schofield. p -Pittsburgh 27-t. Spring p 0000 Henry p 0000 New York 24-15 Houston 27.. LOB-New I for Stephens in -Hit sacrifice City ........... ... ..100000000-1 311 ;1 forT 31 0 3 0
San Francisco 2715. DP Maieroskl. Elston p 0000 York 3. Houston .. fourth behind MercurydrivingRex fly for Hershberger In thtllf; g-.Grounded Boston ...................101 200 OOx-3 Grounded Grounded Into out double Boston for In 7th; C CWA plays Gainesville Gas at
Schofield and Clendenon; Pagan. Daven- dAmalfitano 0000 White. out for ZImmer In 9th; "Fouled out play Kirk- e;:30 Medical Students
; : SB-Wynn. S-Fox, S.C. Patrick in tth. take
port and Cepeda. LOB-Pittsburgh .. San Totals 37 S II 4 Totals 34 < t 4 B .KlSko White of Spartanburg, for Ridzik In th. E-None. PO-A-Kanes City 24-18. Boston on

Francisco 3.20Lynch.. a Singled for Schurr in 7th; b- I I' R 88850 Roberts of Daytona Beach, Washington ..... ........... 010 001 lit-4 27-8. DP-Causey and Alusik; R. Williams Los Angeles ..... .... j.. .. 300 000 000-3 J Iav-A-Tampa at 8 and Utility
Grounded out for Coleman in Tth; c- Stallard L. 2-& ... 5 4 3 1 3 2 Chicago ................... 100 (II 03x-4 Jones and Stuart 2; G. Williams. New York ..... ......... .. ooo ooo oooE .... I faces
IP H R ERBBSOVeale Hied out for Boros in 7th; d-Walked ieamarth 2 :1 2 2 1 0 E-None. PO-A-Washington 24-13, Chicago unassisted. LOB-Kansas City 10Boston 2. Department Pen Chem
W. O .... t 2 0 0 2 7 for Elston In ,th; e Struck out for BrockIn Locke i 1 0 0 0 0 2712. LOB-Washington 5. Chicago 8. JB-Mathews, Jimenez. Clinton. 3B-Me- -Chance, Thomas. PO-A-Los Angeles j at: 9:30.
Sanford. U 4,4 .. 3 3 5 5 tth.Chicago. Bruce W, 4-1 4 0 0 0 10 28-Hansen. Brumley Nicholson Hin- lias. Causey. HRStuart.IP 27-11, New; York 27-10. DP-Knoop. Koppe
MacKenzie 2 1 0 0 0 0 ................... 200 100 001-5 hT .a7.i'iryor. Scory Burk- ton. Robinson. 38-Wels 2. HR-King, H R ERBBSO and Satrlano; Koppe and Satrlano; Boyer. ]Livestock[ 001 012 6 10 14 1
Pierce .. 1 0 0 0 0 0 Cincinnati ................. 200 030 10x-4 : I1IfllftU: Lock. SF-Lock, Martin. Segui, L, 204 .....6 5 3 3 1 2 Richardson and Pepitone. LOB-Los Angeles ]penn Chem 0000000. 0 73
U-Smith, Sudol. Pelekoudas. Williams. IP H R ERBBSO Handrahan ------2 1 0 0 1 1 I. New York 7.
7-2:27. E-Santo, Rodgers. PO-A-Chlcago 2411. Osteen ........... 11.3. 4 4 2 2 Connolly W, 1-2..5 2 1 1 6 5 2B-Moran, Satriano. S-Chance, Moran. Smith and Jetter; Perry and
Cincinnati 2710. DP-Stewart and SATURDAY NIGHT SCORES Kline L. 3-2..... 1-3 2 2 2 1 0 xHeffner ........2 3 0 0 2 0 IP H R ERBBSO
Second Gam xRUdolph ......... 0 0 0 0 .. ...... 'core.Smith's.
Banks; Cardenas Rose and Coleman. AMERICAN LEAGUED 1 0 Radatz 2 0 0 0 o 5 Chance, W, 3-1 ... 0 3 0 0 4 1BoutonL33..7
PITTSBURGH SAN FRANCISCO LOB-Chicago 4. Cincinnati 7. Night Game G... Rldzlk ........... 2.3' 0 0 0 1 x-Faced 2 men in tth. 10
all .. bI abrhbi. 28-Harper. Pinson. 38-Robinson. HR NEW YORK HOUSTONabrhbl Chicago l' 10 .655 Vs Herbert .......... .4 5 2 2 0 0, WP-Connolly U-DiMuro,' Paparella, Daley .... '.2 1 0 3 0 3 1 t 1 ; 452 123- 17 12 2
Schofield ss S 0 0 0 M.Akw rf 5016 Banks. SB-Brock, Williams Santo. SF Samuel abrhbi Baltimore 23 13 .639 Mossl W. 1-0 .... 2 3 2 2 1 3 Drummond, Umont. T-2:30. A-15,869. HBP-By Daley (Rodgers). U-Mailer, >Sunnyland 103 220 8 78
ss 3000 .. ..
Virdon cf 4011 Hiller 2b 4210 Cardenas. Spangler If 5130 13.511 *'/. Wilhelm 1 0 0 0 0 1 Hurley. Flaherty,
Clement rf 4 0 2 0 Mays cf 2010 IP H. ER BB SO bD. Smith 1010 ss-2b 3000 Cleveland York JJ 14 .543 3 x-Faced 1 man In tth.U First Game Carrigan. T-2:02. filler and Mote; Morgan
4000 McCovey If 3011 Kanehl cf 3000 Wynn cf 3110 New 17 SM 4 -Smith, Honochick Runge, Chylak. MINNESOTA BALTIMORE Bib
Lynch If Jackson. L 5-4 .. A 2.3 8 5 2 2 2 cHickman Minnesota Second Game 1
McBean P 1000 Cepeda lb 4011 Schurr ........... 11-3 0 0 0 0 2 Hunt 2b 1000 Bond rf 4110 Boston 18 18 JOO 5 T-2:50. abrhbi abrhbi LOS ANGELES NEW YORK er.
Burgess c S H 0 Haller c 4110 Spring .......... 0 1 1 0 0 0 Altman If 4000 Kasko ss 0000 Detroit 16 If .457 6Va Second Game Versa lies IS 4 0 1 8 Brandt cf 3011 abrhbi .lIrllbi I Post Officell( ) 0-19 17 4
Frees 3b A 2 2 Davenp't 3b 4 0 1 0 Elston ........... 2 0 0 0 1 1 Thomas Ib 3 0 0 White 2b-rf 4012 Washington 17 24 .415 1'12 WASHINGTON CHICAGO Rollins 3b 401OAp.ariclo ss 4110 Pearson cf 5 1 1 Llnz IS 5121 0 3
Clenden'n: lb 4 1 2 1 Bolin p 0000 O'Toola W. 3-1 .. 8 2-3 10 5 5 1 5 Chrfpher 30lOAspront.3b4l3 1 Los Angeles 15 23 .395 0 drIll abrbb.BIas'ame Oliva rf 4000 Bowens rf 4031 Knoop 2b llOORich'clson2bs000 ;. E. 101 0 ( ) 0-13 92
Mai'oskl 2t 3lOOP090fl ss 4020 Henry ........... 1-31 0 0 S 1 C. Smtih rf 3 0 1 0 Staub Ib 4020 Kansas City, 12 24 .333 11vesterd..s 2b 4 2 3 0 McCraw Ib 2010 Allison Ib 4010 bKirkland rf 0000 Thomas rf 311 Maris rf 4011
Butters p 2013 Shaw p 2000 x-Faced two men in 7th. Can'zaro 3b 3 0 0 0 Grote c 3000 Results Kennedy: ) 4 1 1 0 Wels 2b 4000 Hall cf 4000 Siebern Ib 4000 Adcock Ib lOl2Mantlecf 4231 fail and Hartwell; MaDnd,
0000 bSnlder 1011 c 30lojohnsonp 4010 Hinton If 4031 Robinson rf 3 0 2 0 Killebrew If 3000 Robinson 3b 4 0 1 0
aBaUey WP-Jackson. JackowskU, Crawford, And.rsonp 2000 New York 04 Moran 3b-s 4 1 1 ObGonz'lez Ib 0 0 0 0 1 laynie and Herd.
Priddy P 0000 cO-Dell 0000 Vargo Forman. T231.SScond Los Angeles 3-5 King rf 4000 Ward 3D 3010 Allen 2b 3000 Powell If 3 0 1Battey e Satrlano C3 0 0 1 Tresh If 4110 _
Pierce 0000 Sturdivant p 0 0 0 0 Boston 4-X Kansas City 2-1 Lock cf 3011 Hansen 4000
Mote If 1000 p rain ss C 3010 Snyder If 0000 Oslnskl p 0 0 0 Pepitone Ib 4121
Kuenn 3b 1000 Game aGonder 1010 Detroit 7, Cleveland S. 2nd game Brumley e 4010 Nicholson 11301 0 Roland p. 2010 Johnson 2b 3010 R.Leep
0000Blanchardcl2lll DETROIT
Totals 243183Walked Totals 30 as. Totals 34 4 11 3a Baltimore 2-7 Minnesota t-* Phillips Ib 4000 H'shb'er CLEVELAND
Totals 37 31' S CHICAGO CINCINNATI cf 401 0 Pleis p 0000Adalr 2b 0000 csmith p 1010 Boyer 3b 4123 brhbi
for Butters In 4th; b-SIn- abrhbi abrhbiabrhbi -Singled for Sturdivant In Ills; b- Chicago M. Washington 4-3 Brink'an IS 4000 Martin c 4000 aGreen 1000 Orsino c 2110 Duliba 0000 SbrkbItrUtofI
p Terry 1Kirkpatr'k.JfAl
Singled p 0000 cf ,5 0 0 0 Howser ss 40 1 o
In 4th c-Ran for SniderIn folSamuel In ,th; c-Struck out Todays Games Nsrump 4000 Horlen p 1000 Roberts 2000
,led for Shaw ... ... .. Rose 2b 4033 for Kanehl p Hamilton p 7005 G 8rpwjilf4lI5L8rows2b30iamuJf. I 1
In tttI
4th Stewart 2b 4100 Harper If 5232 I \ Washington (Daniels 5-2) at Boston aStephens 1000 Totals 32050 Totals 20292. Koppe. s*' 2000L pn1000 # 5500Wag'ser If 4000
......... ,. .. OJl 00* *oo-S Brock rf 4110 Pinson cf 3133 I New York ................. ooo ooo eot-o (Morehead 2-3), night Baltimore Fisher p 0000 Grounded out for Roland in 8th; ttrr dOses -. i-. o o Mikkelsen p'O 0 0 0 KaJina rf S 4 3 2 Abernafhy 00 0 0
SO"* Frlnclsco ... ... .... 001 ." IOCI-J Williams If 2 0 0 0 Keough cf 2000 'Houston. _................ 010 001 MX-4E Detroit (Aguirre 1-0) at bBuford 3000 Ran for Bowens in 8th. Torres 38'S 0 0 Reniff p 1 0 q.o Cash ,1b 3114 Alvls I 4010Freehan

PO-A Burton If 3000 Johnson Ib 5011 -Smith. PO-A-New York 24-7. Hous- (Barber 0-1)(Peters. night ..21 at Kansas City Totals 3S392 Wilhelm Totals p 30040a 0000 Minnesota .............. 000 000 000-0 Newmanpl054 C 4101 Chance 3 rf 3110
E-Mazeroskl. Davenport. Pagan. Santo 3b 5110 Robinson rf 2 1 0 0 Chicago ...........- .. Rodgers 2010 L.IJmPS.28 4012 cSmith rf 0000WAwMfe
White and In Baltimore 000 02* OOx 2E .
ton 27.' Aspromonte 1.2). night -Popped for Horlen 5th; -Grounded "-
2711. O'Donoghue Totals
_Pittsburgh 2710. San Francisco Banks Ib 2010 Queen rf 2000 ( 33 S 15 T.31.12., ta sv.*> S Whitfield bi 4221
unassisted Hiller and Burke Ib 3132 Staub; Canninaro and Anderson: LIUis. Minnesota (P.scual 5-2) It Los Angeles out for Fisher in 7th. Struck out Hamilton ..
np Clendenon. ; Cardenas ss 3111Rodgers -Johnson, Robinson.' PO-A-Baltimore for Ifl.gthb. Mtart-3fr* -3121 Romano c 3000
Cepeda. LOB-Pittsburgh ,. San FranERBBSO- U 401 1 Klaus ss 1000 Kasko and. StoubLOBNew York 3. (Latman 2-2), night Washington ................ 200 010 000-3 27-4 Minnesota 244. OP-Johnson, Apar. Ran for Mantle in': 7th; '-5ingl for. R. 3 0 0 0 Held cf 2000
Renew c 4010 Edwards 4221 Houston (Only games scheduled ................... Lea In ttrlJ' IIks I
cisco .. c 28-Spangler. 3B-Bond. S-Llllis.IP Toman Ws Gamu Chicago too sos 000-0E kin and Siebern Rollins, Allen and All! -Popped out for Koppe In 2 1 .Kelley p 0000
2SCiefde0"58Bailey.. Cowan cf 4020 Boros :3b 4121 Roberts Johnson and Siebern. LOB jltt\. !J If 1 1 1
H R ER BBSO Minnesota at Los Angeles. N -Ward. Weis. PO-A-WilShl.gton 27- son; -,
I" H Toth p 1000 Ellis 3100 "
ButteriW.l-0.S 6 2 2 4 2 Hobble p 0000 p Anderson L, 0-1 7 11 4 3 2 4 !Chicago at Kansas City, N 10. Chicago 27-13. DP-Weis, Hansen andAcCraw r Minnesota .s. Baltimore 7.: Us Angeles. ?,...,.,....,. OU 00 *00... ,.J. 'Ram p p00 1111 0 0
Priddy .... 1 :1 1 1 0 1 Schurr p 0000 Sturdivant 1 1. 0 0 0 I Detroit at Baltimore. N ; Narum Brink/nan and Phillips Roberts.2B-Orsino.. Brandt.Bowen $Aparicio. So-. New York _...__.........*llE 154 n.-t "" ".. 4Lup.'ow JOt 1
1 0 S 0 1SkswL33 Slaughter 2 0 0 0 Johnson.W.4-4..9 s. o s Cleveland at New York. N ; Narum and Phillips; Brinkman and l ,
( ,
Mciean .... 3 p IP H R ERBBSO .. "T"" $ u7S Totals 35 5 Saoulec"
7 2:04.
.... 4 t S 4 3 2 aLandrum 1000 U-Burkhart, Pryor Secory. A I Washington at Boston. N Phillips. LOB-Washington 6. Chicago t. RobertsW,2-2..O S 0 0 eRolandL.l2..7 4 ; Knoop. PO-A-Los.Angeles 244ew out for Ah In 5th; b-
......... 21-31 0 S 1 2 McDanlel p 0 0 0 0 -G.C1. LEAGUE SF-Lock. 7 2 2 2 4 York V..J..Ds.Los. Angeles 7, New $j KeUy ran
Bo'S .. 0 0 0 1 Totals 3t 4 18 3 Totals 37 12 IS 12 I NATIONAL IP H R 81850NarumW.12..0 York &. f. .1 C fo
.....Pelekoudas... -2-3 Wllllamv Smith. a-Popped out for Slaughter in 8th. Night Game W L Pet G... 4 0 0 5 2 Pleis ........... 1 2. 0 0 2 2&Moraa. Llnz Mantle-. BlanchardL -I _
U-Sudol. Chicago ................ OO* 001 200- 4 PHILADELPHIA LOS ANGELES Philadelphia 21 13 Jll llorlenLl.2..5 S 3 2 .0 4 U-McKinley Soar Salerno. Valentine.. HJMUrkpatrickManttr Boyer. S-; CD" .2 ni 000-7
T-2:38. A- U41.First aciMiatl ............. HI tit MX-12E akrhbi alt r II III San Francisco 22 IS .SM % Fisher ........... 2 0 S SO T-2:13.- Newman.' $*-$ trfan." ..1 000 300-1
Game -Santo, Johnson. Klaus. PO-A-O\i- Taylor2b! >> 402 Wills ss 5010 'Milwaukee 21 10Ao* 1112''Wilhelm .......... 2 1 0 0 0 0 IP -
7 2 3 GUliam 3b S021 17 J64 IV Second Game H ERBBSO EBrow PO-A-Detroit
Allen 3b 22
U-Honochkk, Runge, Chylak, Smith. 2.)0
ST. LOUIS MILWAUKEE cago 24-10. Cincinnati 27-5. LOB-Chicago Callison rf 702 2 T. Davis If 4000 St. Louis 21 17 JS3 2W MINNESOTA BALTIMORE I Newman ....... 5 I.' 7 5 5 0 1 CI 27-4. -Wert, LP
Pittsburgh a
abrkbl abrbbiFlood 11. Cincinnati 5. CovlngtonifSlllHowardrf 5010 ll500 4Houston First Game abrIbi ab r h biVersallcs I Osinski L. 0-2 .... 1-3 3' 1.. l'' 5 1 Ci ash. LO8-D frott 7, .
Cf 5141 Alou cf 5233 2B-Brock. Burke. Rose. Harper. Pin- cCater H 2SlOMCMuIiefllbSO2O Cincinnati It 22 .443 SV4 KANSAS CITY BOSTON ss 4 0 1 0 Brandt: cf 4110 I R. Lee .. .. ..... 11-31 0 0 I 1 IB-C.. HR-Kaime. Whitfield, .
Groat ss 5100 Mathews 3b $232 son. Boros 2. 38-Burke. Harper. Ed Gonzalez cf 5010 Camilli c 4010 11 21 Ml SVi alt .. III Rollins 3b 5011 Aparicio ss 3101 1 Smith .... '...... 0 2 2 2 0 em o SB-Freenan. G. Brown.IP .
White Ib S 0 1 0 Aaron rf 4010 wards. SB-Brock. S-Ellis.IP Hermsfn Ib 5 0 OTrace'skl 2b 5 1 2 1 Los Angeles 14 20 .412 7New Causey ss 4110 Jones 2b 3110 r Oliva H 5122 Bowens rf 4100']Terry ..__....... 2 A 5 f I 2 H. ER BB SO
Mathews cf 4 O.
Boyer 3b 3122 Torre c 5042 H It ER BBSOxToth. OOOOhMoon 1000 Chicago 12'A Stange p 0000S.ebernlb 3111'I Hamilton' W, 3-0 .. 4 5 0 0 1 2 W 6-3 4131 5 5 1 7
dSievers 11 28 J82 'kersm
James If 5010 Carty If4020G'b'lson SOlO L.O-2..2 7 5 5 5 0 0.0 0 W. Davis cf 4120 York Charles 3b 3010 Bressoud ss 4121 Allison Ib rf 5 1 2 0 Robinson 3b 2 0 0 1Hall Mikkelsen .. ..... 1 2.3 4 0 0 5 0 5J .2212 0 0 2
LOM rf Ib 4000 Hobbie ......... 2-3 2 A A 2 1 eBriggs Anarelb 10 0 Ortega p 1 055 Saturday Results Colavito rf 401 OConigliaro If 3 0 1 0 cf 5121 Powell If 2100 I Reniff ......... __ 11-3 5 0 0 J 0 RsFaced ...:42-3 4 5 3 1
jivier, 2b 5000 Boiling 2p 3100 Schurr "....... 1-34 2 2 SO Dalrymple C 4 00 OaWalb 1000 Houston .-.. New York ** twl-night Gentile Ib 1111 bwuson oooo Killebrew If 4 1 1 2 Adair 2b 4122 4 men in 3rd y-Faced 2 U= _. .1.35 a S Si
Uecker c 3120 Menk ss 4220Washbum Slaughter ...... 4 2 1 1 1 2 fTriandos C 0 a 0 Miller p 1000 Philadelphia 4. Los Angeles 2. 14 in- Alusik If 3011 Clinton rf 0000 Allen 2ta lOlOBrownc 3001 ,r nenineth. ...-_- '. 2 l' 1 0 obemathy
p O. 0 0 Spahn p 2 0 1 1 McDaniel ...... 1 0 0 a 0 1 Wine ss 400 bParker 1000 nlngs. NYesterday's Lauc 4000 Malzone McCabe c A 1 IlPappasp 3000 HBP-By Terry (Knooe). U- Hu'rfey.laherty AI .2 J a a 2 2
Sadeckl p 1000 Sadowskl p 1000 Ellis W. 3-1 _n. t 10 4 3 3 13 BennettP SO2OPervan'skIpSSSO Results Green 2b 3000 Ytrze'ski cf 3b 2 41Drab'skyp Zim'man 0000 Miller p 0000 I Carrigan, Hailer J-2:48. A- P8-Ro U-Nacp, Rice, Stewart,
3 1 1cJimenez
Burden p 1 0 0 o x-Faced 2 men In third. gRoias S 1 0 IFairly 1111Buktechun Los Angeles 3. Philadelphia 0 3000 ISISSluartIb 4114 Stigman p 1000 cOrsIno 0001 ZO.6Ot. SI!ever*. T-2:5. A1ZO$1.VOTETUESDAY.
aClemens 1000 Crawford. Vargo. Forman JackowskL p 0 0 0 0 Milwaukee 7-10. St. Louis 44 Williams Ib 0000Tiltman Perry 0000 dSaverin 0100 -
0 000 T-2:32. A13.12&PHILADELPHIA Totals $34123 Totals 472112 Cincinnati 4-12 Chicago 5-4 aMincher 0000Arrlgo
2.P ni Total 31 71S 7 San Francisco 0-3 C 3010Mefias
31 Pittsburgh 0000
a-popped out for Ortega in 4th; b- p
rf If 4 0 0 0Lamabt
-Fanned tor Burdette in tth. LOS ANGELES Struck out for Miller in 12th; c-Doubled Houston Sr New York L N 1000 bGreen loa
St. Louts .. 211 lOt "- ab r h bi ab r h M for Covington In 13th d-Walked intentionally T"'y'S GameS Nixon p 5055 Pte s p 1110 ;
MOwaukea .. 111 4i> ***-* Taylor Ib 4000Wtlts u 4020 for Hermstein in 13th; -Ran None sdduledTsinerTW'I Heffner p. 00 0 Power 15 0000
Allen 3b 4000Gilllam 3b 4000 GamesNew Total 3t41J4 Totals. 21744
for Sievers In 13th; Walked for Dal- Totals 302S2 Totals 3474a
E-$ ahn. PO-A-St. Louis 2.. Milwaukee Callison rf 401 OT.Davis If 4111 rympl in 13th; g Walked for Bennett York at Chicago for Lamao In tttu BRan Walked for Perry In 5th;
Covington H 3 0 3 0 Roseboro c 4550 Los Angeles at Cincinnati. N out out for in b-I
27-13. DP-Menke. Boiling and in lIfts; h-Grounded out for Tracewskl In 8th Struck outlor Popped Arrigo 7th c- _
LOB-St. Louis 12. Milwav H.mwrnlb2losHoward rf 3110aAmaro In 14th Struck out for Perranoskl bi San Francisco at St. Louis. N for Conigliaro ; c for Miller In Otis; d-Ran for Orsino In I -' i iDon.t
Gabrielson.. Ib 2. 0 W.Davis cf 1550 urn.Philadelphia. :PMUdelphla at Pittsburah. N Drab wslty to tin. tth.MiMWMta. I :. ,; .- It's your
tee 10.20Flood. Menke. Dalrympl e 2 OOOFalrty Ib 3120 Houston at Milwaukee N Kansas _............ !*. Ml _-2 f repnsibitf
Mathews 2. City
AIou. .
........... ... .
...... oei eot ooo lOt o> 4 STATE LEAGUE 0010031-41
0 0 0 Parker cf-rf 4031 FLORIDA .. .......
bTrlandos c 1 I Bostwi .... OM 00 U &-4E le
SFS00W.iF ?? ........ ... ......
S-W.hbum. H It CR1850 Cater cf 3000 Trace'skl 283011 Las AIIgeIes ....... *M oeo oo* ooooo l W L I'd G.L attune** n* oo* II-J'I .- ,

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I Texas Event Wins Memphis Open TitleBy For OlympicsYONKERS THE TUPLE IMPROVED KNOT

sZ2 DALE BURGESS I I, While Clark was winning the

By HAROLD V. RATLIFF VAN SAVELL only three inches from the pin MEMPHIS (AP)Money win- N.Y. AP-Bud- RUNNING GOT> 'Associated Press Sports Writer a Dutch Grand Prix Sunday in ,a.

Associated Press Sports Writer MEMPHIS AP-When) Mike and rolled past. I ners in the $50,000 Memphis dy Edelen, who did his training LooP INDIANAPOLIS (AP-If) Scot campaign to repeat .as world
swathed in five sweat shirts and ) '
DALLAS AP -There Souchak enters a. golf tourna- and I Open Golf Tournament over par goad racing champion, the.
( ) was Billy Casper Tommy his mail /C Jimmy Clark dominates the 48th I
I talk of how much home cooking ment he figures to win if he attacks Jacobs came in second with :343610, 6,466-yard Colonial got secured coaching himself by a ticket, has toTok'o ,/.; PASS OVER LOOP HOOt Indianapolis 500-mile Auto Race i fourth and final session of qualU.

does for you in golf if it's the par 5 holes and does 271. Six golfers-Bob Rosburg, I Country Club course: and the 1964 AND HACKL E' fications was run off at the In.
well. Olympics.The ,I i Saturday as he did the 10-mile()
done by your toughest rival Art Wall Jr., Mason Rudolph, :Mike Souchak, $7,500 dianapolis Motor Speedway's.
when Betsy Rawls won the $13,- The former Duke Football Gene Littler, Doug Sanders and 69-65-67-69-270 lanky, 26-year-old from -HOOKMINUS time trials, he will start lappingthe 2-mile oval. It mostly was an.

500 Dollas Civitan Open Sunday. player fired a 69 Sunday and Gay Brewer were tied for South Dakota scored a four- .. j field about 15 minutes after exercise in futility.
Billy Casper, $3,650
slipped past three other golfersfor fourth with 272. 69-63-69-70-271 mile victory in sweltering heat tRE5SING the start. There were four positions
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Betsy stayed with her pal in the Yonkers -
a one-stroke victory in the Sunday mara
Going into the 18th hole Littler in the 33-car Memorial
Mickey Wright, here while play-:50,000 Memphis Open Golf I Tommy Jacobs, $3,650 thon, finishing the 26 mile, 385 PASS END
Casper and Jacobs were BACK THROUGH VictorIn Day field and after 21 drivers
ing in the And it 69-68-6 .63-271 in 2 hours 24 minutes Lopez
Civitan. was yard grind ,
i Tournament with a 10-under-par() tied with Souchak with nine tinder LOOP BEFORE TteHTENINQ presented themselves at the..
Miss Wright the biggest winnerin Bob Rosburg, $2,216 and 25.6 seconds.He .
270 total State PGA
par. Each had birdies on the starting line, the four best per
women's golf, with whom she i Souchak noted his four 69-67-69-57-272 THE TURLE KNOT-OFTEN MISCALLED formances from 151.2
rounds par 5 No. 16 and pars on the won by almost 20 minutes, ranged
staged a duel for the champion-lover the Colonial Country Club short 17th hole. Little bogied 18 Art Wall Jr., $2,216 68686368272Mason 'with Adolf Gruber, an Austrian, A DANDY THE FOR TURTLE USE WITH NOT.-1S DRY' ORMOND BEACH (CAP-) miles an hour by ArC Malone of

ship. She won tle $2,100 first course and his performances onthe after having fairway trouble! second in 2:44:11.4 and Johnny FLIES. IT 1 IS SAAALL AND, TIED Medalist Joe Lopez Jr. of Miami i i Tampa, Fla., in the third StUtfe-

money by two strokes with a 72- par 5 holes, 13, 16 and 18.He and Jacobs and Casper barely Rudolph, $2.216 Kelley, Groton, Conn., who had BETWEEN HOOK EYE AND HACK- played fine golf throughout the, baker-Novi to make the field, to
hole total of 282. birdied each of those four missed long birdie putts. won the event eight straight LE, DOESNT PULL TINY FLIES 148.7 by Bill Cheesbourg of Tucson
HOWEYER, IT IS Florida PGA Match Tournament
Play -
I "She just fed me too well," times except No. 16 the first Golfdom's perennial tourna- Gene Littler, $2,216 'times, finished third in OFF APT TO PULL LOOSE IF TIED Ariz., in a conventional

L said Miss Rawls, the talkative round."I ment favorites, Arnold Palmer 66- 9-66-71- 2:44:46.4.: : WITH FINE MONORLAMENT. TO and easily won the title., front-engine Offenhauser.

ex-Texan from Spartanburg think that's what it takesto and Jack Nicklaus, were far: Doug Sanders, $2,216 PREVENT THE KNOTS UNTYING
"The heat murderous The ol f t
was THROUGH 27-year-old Lopez, son The 158.8 record set by Clark
S.C. "She stayed with me' when win-attack the par 5s, do back in the pack. Nicklaus fireda 67-68-66-71-272 Kelley said. "All credit has to SUP THE END BACK .
THE LOOP BEFORE TIGHTENING. a two-time Florida Open winner in a rear-engine Lotus-Ford, in
well and take home first place second straight 66 and had Gay Brewer, $2,216 -
we played at Spartanburg andI to Edelen. He have cut A TURLE KNOT.
go might TWS IMPROVES .
the opening hour of the trials
66-71-68-67-272 defeated 41 old Francis
: year j
had final
274. Palmer a round 69
fed her blackeyed: peas and money. eight or nine seconds off his
\ other good stuff. So she beat Souchak clinched his victory, for 276.Souchak's. Jerry Steelsmith, $1,450 time if it hadn't been for the Cornell Wins Brown of Plant City 11 and 9 in I May the 16, was never approachedin

. me. Now I stayed with her here and $7,500, with a birdie putt on winnings jumped tot 70.694747-272() heat." the finals Sunday. subsequent sessions.

h.c and she fed well:I went the final hole from four feet, $22,463 with the victory and put Johnny Pott, $1,450 Except for outstanding
,,me _so The temperature went well ITHACA, N.Y. (APCornell's Brown was two under par for performances
after an exploding sand shot hit him sixth on the money list. ,
former winners
out and the Civitan from by
won into the 90s and a bright sun crew captured the Made. the first 11 holes and made a!I i
'. her. shone the 128 starters. Only Parnelli Jones and A. J. Foyt
, 3a C 37 had on finished when the count ira Challenge Cup Saturday by match of 85. But he bogeyed the and by young Jerry Unser in a

Ni Ck lauonGOLF was abandoned after four hours. beating Wisconsin and Pennsylvania 185-yard par three 12th hole andwent I four-wheel drive Ferguson-Novi,

Boston Eyes I in a 2,000-meter race on three down. the new rear-engine cars stole
I The race was a tripletitledaffair
Wins in :9.6 Lake water. the show in the qualifications.
I 7Ae. OOWNllltlt.IE serving at one time as flat Cayuga Lopez finished the first roundon I

t. Jump Record the annual Yonkers run, the the 6,400 yard Oceanside The front row in the line-up-
&.t6 E'IE6r WAV tO AVOW A 51'ee.p POWNHILUptAV MIAMI (AP) Frank Mc- National AAU marathon cham-
with and
Country course s I Clark, Bobby Marshman
W !'So 'f0 AJOUNP IT, BU1 IF 1'tz:;; PROSI.EM BOlvlingSWlldillgS
By JACK STEVENSON ARISES J 1 60Lve-1" THUS: Donald of Tallahassee Lincolnran pionship and an Olympic trial, Four under par 68, and held a 7- two-time winner Roger Ward-

I Associated Press Sports Writer 'PLAYALL FARTHER BACK the 100-yard dash in 9.6 with the winner gaining a spoton up lead. He closed out the averaged 157.7 miles an hour.

MODESTO, Calif. (AP) -rr'61ANCE>NARf7'RIG AND l" Poor OF WITHMO6T W&l&HTW1UTKAVEU OPEN Saturday as high school track the team that will representthis .match on the 27th hole with z i All drove cars with the new

I Ralph Boston serves notice he -torue .E'1. pf6oHO < and field stars from over the country in the Tokyo Olym WED. NIGHT birdie and was three under pal r Ford racing engine mounted I
t wants the world broad < ( LOW L on the round. over the rear wheels.
in the Sunshine pics.The
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record back from Russia's ,Igor other two Olympic mara- ,Tean No. 11 0 I
NOfcMAUVOf N gDel7. track meet.
Ter Ovanesyan this Olympic ett 8t..A7f0 AVOW thoners will be chosen in Culver Team Team No.No. I 5 3 3 1 1 AUTO FINANCE

year. PUt. ING1,THgN TAK& AN 1 McDonald was comfortablyahead City, Calif., in July.Mulloy Team No. 4 2 M 2''''
I. In the 23rd renewal of the California BREAKING: WRI$1' VERY of the second-place man Team No. 1 I *2 i 1 'b GENERAL FINANCE CORP.
No. 1
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-- Team No. 4
i Boston smashed his own American Team No 7 1 3 Your Present Car and/or
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ing back the world mark. Harvey Nairn of Miami North ATLANTA (AP) Miami's Fenders 79''' 561Radiators and Cut Your Paymentsby

I. The former Tennessee A&I ..wRr dies and 180 low hurdles with Gardner Mulloy wore down Horns 70V4 7.* 6SV"'*' Vz in Most Cases.

star now competing for the VERY lflARD western won the 120 high bur- younger Frank Froehling III to Plugs Frames 67 tr/l 8'/I 66 $550 up to $5,000 I
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leaped 27 fet 2% inchs / S. '1 1wRS1 Tennis Tournamen's men's sin Wheels Spares 52** 14alSULTS n .. or Stop In Our Office
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Jesse Owens. A6 THECLe8HEAD s + won the 440 with a 48.7 and than Mulloy, took the first set COIN t STAMPW w

Boston, named the outstanding MovPS "= Mike Williams of Dunedin won 7 5, but Mulloy bounced back to Silver Dollars <7 37
I win the next two 8-6 and 9-7 in Non Cents 76 48
athlete in the meet, wasn't over- Low the mile with 4:27.2.Tampa : Coins n 52

joyed as he explained, "I fell TOIYARPrw 0 Sunday's finals. Froehling also Triangles Half Cents MV 5.',.. 59V 5Vt* w H YP AY M 0 R E
short of what I expected to do. TARGET. it Plant took the 880 from Miami. Three Centers ** 75
I was aiming to get my world< 1JN relay, clocked at 1:28.5. Wayne, Carol Hanks of St. Louis defending -I' Buffaloes Pinchers 48'42Vt''* 75tPenny t\Vt
IIBoston Owens of West Palm Beach RESULTS
record champion in the wornen's -, Non Cents 4, Half CentsO; Triangles 4,
Forest Hill took the shot put, Three Centers 0; Silver Dollar 3. Coins
took swift 6-2 8-6
the first a ,
was man ever 1; Buffaloes 3, Penny Pinchers 1._
to jump 27 feet and held the with a 56 foot 10 inch throw victory over 17-year-old Mary

world record at 27-Bi until the and Anthony Cinicola of Lees. Ann Eisel also from St. Louis. Good CLEAN Cobs

Russian went 27-3%. However, A '" Knwr rt S..n 'onI burg won the discus with a l The two teamed up to win thewomen's GAINESVILLEDIAMOND
distance of 165 feet 11 inches., CARTER PAINT
has beaten
Ter-Ovanesyan never doubles, beating Stephanie -
the U.S. Olympic championIn CaptuJ.esStarke Marcus Jones of Gainesville,I De Fina of Hollywood andin

head and head competition.The I state Class AA champion I Peachy Kellmeyer of Charleston OIL BASE HOUSE PAINT

wind was: only 1.6 -mile both the highs and lows this; S.C., 1-6. 7-5, 6-4. CAB

per hour when Boston made his Golf Test year, was third in the former In men's doubles, an unseed

American record leap on his and second in the latter. Naur I ed team of Bill Tym of the University Acru Frwn GreyliMjaJ. 7 CONTAINS THREEs

third jump. His series was: and Tucker of Miami Palmetto, of Florida and Lex Wood 4 Station H AveriM MILDEW INHIBITOR.

I 26-6 2G-64i, 27-2Vz, 26.51i, 26-8V* STARKE Gene Conner of 82-158; Bob Firth Starke 76- topped Jones in the highs and I of Florida State University upset SELF PRIMING OVER
and 26-8. Jacksonville bazed: around the f 12-158; Closs West Jesup, Nairn equaled the state martin ; the top-seeded team of Froehl- Call 372-3376 Qi SELF CLEANING

The mile run lived up to expectations -Starke Country Club course (3a., 78-81-159; Bill Fisher, the lows to nudge Jones who I ing and John Skogstad of Atlanta ''I DAY or NIGHT r UP TO 450 SQUARE

as a tremendous duel yesterday in a record round of ]Keystone Heights, 77-82-159; did :19.8. 7-5, 36108. b FEET GAL.EXCELLENT OF .COVERAGEPER

between America's two 66 and wen the invitational golf Clarence Porch, San Mateo, 76-
premier Merrill Moore of GainesvillE DURABILITY
runners at the distance with Dy- tourney by five strokes. He I 54-160. did not run in the mile et I FOR USE ON EXTERIOR
had a 139 total for the 36 holes. WOOD METAL OR
rol Burleson just catching Tom Gerry Green, Gainesville, Boyd Welsch of GHS did no: MASONRY SURFACES
O'Hara to win in 4:00.2.: The Harold Bishop, Bradford Co. Non the first flight with a 79- place in the pole vault.\
School star who is headed
Oregonian trailed by five yards 74-153. Jack Vidal, Gainesville,
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sprintedin had a 156 in the first flight. Paid Advtrtiiing
to win his fifth triumph in a scholarship was runnerup ii Q $698 PLUS
with the Loyola with a 144. He had a 71 yester- Jay Scrafford of Gainesville
as many races
f ook:: second flight honors with Q
of Chicago star who set an in- day.Jack 2nd GAL.
an 8276158. Ray Stepura of
door record last winter in New Rountree, a winner in
York. O'Hara was timed in 'he[ May tuorney last year, was Gainesville had a 164. Roger -

4:00.3. third with 146 and a final round Bryan, Gainesville, won the
: j fourth flight with a 9389182. r FREE

Surprisingly !in third place 71.Other scores in the championship i[ 4 r.

came 17-year-old Jim Ryun In flight: I, D.EL"JEI1eI7ll
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James Kirby, Lake City, 14I I rust
junior from East High School i in 75-149; Gordon Bullock, Melrose -

Wichita, Kan., finished in 4:01.7 74-76-150; Charles Parker 1 1r III
and bested such established mi- Cocoa 74-77-151 Clyde I
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Seaman and John Camien. Richard Hobbs, Starke, 76-78- I. WALL PAINT. MI.INAM
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from breaking four minutes and 78-77-155; Harvey Reynolds, ar ,. ritMAMMT.MCAY. / .. CAM* ors II WA1HU MI

admittedly Burleson was run Pal'] 78-77-155, Jim Erwin, ., .. IISUTANT ITA1MUCIU.INT etui M MMIMWTII
WOO* .
ning to win and not worrying Jac lle, 76-80-156; Frank T .. MUllVAmtMUTMMJM ;:: M upT04M VAIMTT N ODOR fT Of ,
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)j 18 in Battle for Democratic Committee Posts -

By LEE LAPENSOHN territories and the District of holds no elected party position. party post. He said his cam- He said he thought the post re- -Rex Sweat of Jacksonville, Committee. Whitehurst said he mated her campaign costs totaled -

TALLAHASSEE (AP) ,- Columbia.The Broward estimated that he paign cost him $250. He is seeking quired a person who has beena 69, said he spent $350 on his spent $3,000 on his campaign.He $400. Mrs. Cramer, Flo-
Fourteen new and veteran Flor- job pays no salary, has sprnt $750 on his campaign. He the post because he is "re- long-time resident "able to campaign. He is a former Duval said he wants the job be- rida's 1960 Democratic womanof

ida Democrats the highest no patronage doe s not quali- wants the job to "get some of tired: now and I want something interpret feelings and philosophyof County sheriff who holds no cause he "likes to work with the year, said she wants the
number recorded in many years fy one to speak for the party the apathy out of state politics, to do." the Florida Democrats and party post. He said he wanted people," and is qualified be- job to "bring closer liaison be-

have been campaigning vig- except before the national bring new industry to Florida I -Bill :McCoy of Jacksonville, relay them to the national com- the job because he could be "a cause of his legal training and tween workers on the state,

orously to win the non salar- Committee.The and bring dignity to the post." 36, works in education admini- mittee." whole lot of help to the party background.The national and precinct level.
ied job of state Democratic na- candidates, however, are He is a son of the late Gov. stration. He said he spent $155on -Elliott Roosevelt of Miami, and could help some of (his) candidates for national -Mrs.
W. Evans of
tional committeeman in tomor battling for the post be- Napoleon D. Broward.Joe his campaign. McCoy is a 53, consultant for American and friends.. committeewoman are: Miami businesswoman Namcy in real
\ cause each believes he can Carrin of Tallahassee of the State South American businesses, said -Leon ,
row's second primary. past president Whitehurst Jr., of
-Mrs. Annette Baker of estate said
she to
prestige to the job and spent
41, real estate broker, holdsno Young Democrats organization. he spent "a minimum of $10000' ,- Clearwater, 39, a lawyer who
Clearwater businesswoman
the who $13,000 campaigning. She is leg-
And in another serve party by
: race, four party post. Carrin said he He said he is "better qualified"than to win the post. Holds no served on the bench of the civil
acting active liaison manages a machine tool firm islative chairman of the Dem
have also been as an
women campaigning of the other candidatesto party post and has been a registered
spent less than $1,000 to win any and criminal court of record in and
tween owns and ocratic Women's Clubs of Florida
t from as sections state and national party for less than groves
many Floridian
the he : do'what he called a Pinellas County and a former
post so can "bring more real
estate. She is
leaders. president of and of
of the state in an effort to be said he wants a past president
the two He
liaison for
job" party.J. years. Clearwater municipal judge. He
Democrats into the
The young the Democratic Women's the
elected tomorrowwon't Clubsof organization. She said the
! elected Democratic n a tional B. Rogers Jr. of Orlando, the job "to give the state representation -is a member of the Pinellas
He wants to "act '
: party. as Florida and
committeewoman. take office until after the at the national estimated her job poses 'a challenge to me"and
I liaison between state and federal 52, former state senator. He County Democratic Executive
Democratic National Convention campaign spending at less than wants it because she is
1- In the men's race, candidates leaders." if he wins. holds no party post at this tir.ic. level. $1,000. She "
to be held in Atlantic City wants the job be- "fascinated with politics.
have spent as ,little as the reg-!Aug. 2429. -Grover Cleveland of Punta cause "I can do more for the
istration fee and as much as The candidates for national Gorda, 68, a retired civil service Air Show women in this capacity." TOMORROW
over $10,000 to win the I
4 committeeman area: worker, withdrew but his name -Mrs. Catherine McCall of
,) One of the busiest candidates -Richard D. Barker of Jacksonville will appear on the ballot any- Vigorous Race for GOP Viewed Ocala, housewife who is a member VPTE f OR
was Elliott Roosevelt, son of the 57, a real estate broker way because he was too late. of the state committee. She
I late President Franklin Delano who has been chairman of the He said he stepped down to said she spent $100 on her cam-
Roosevelt. Many of the other 13 Duval County Democratic Exec- give support to candidate National Committee PostsThe By 2 OOO paign. A member of the New l

1 men said that they wanted bad- utive Committee. Barker estimates -James (Jimmy) James. He aMore York State bar, Mrs. McCall

I ly to beat Roosevelt, claiming that he has spent $100on said he spent nothing more TALLAHASSEE (AP) Four candidates, however, are said she wants the job "to give:
I\' that he is running on his family his campaign to win the post than his filing fee. top Florida Republicans are battling vigorously campaigning for the the than 2,000 at spectatorslined Stengal service to her state and coun
name. Roosevelt, however,' nonsalaried of runways try. 1
and for the
: denies these charges, claiming "help the party. He held -Jim Fair of Tampa, 46, retired posts post.Persons Field yesterday to view Gainesvflle's I
the sought-after job from 1952 national committeeman and national elected Tuesday will -Mrs. Ann M. Cramer o? DEMO.NATIONALCOMMITTEEMAN
I lieutenant commanderwho first air show. .
: that he is best qualified for the to 1956.A. committeewoman in Tuesday's take office after the GOP national West Hollywood, housewife who,I
is involved in civil mili-
post.The G. (Al) Broderson of second primary.The i convention in San Fran- Hundreds of others wathced is vice chairman of the State.
1':1 winners in each race will tary buying. Fair a precinct winners will become,cisco July 1318.Candidates from cars parked at a distance Democratic Party. She esti:
Merritt Island, 39 citrus fruit
become members committeeman, said he
I of the National spent members of the national committee I for national com- under a hot afternoon sun while
Committee form grower who holds no current not a nickel on his campaign.He .
I helping na- William C. professional air pilots Bob
helping form national mitteeman are Rep.
tional policy and the party post. Broderson said he wants the job to "pull the
party Nance and Bill
campaign Adams -
of St Pet- performed
party policy and the campaign (Bill) Cramer, 41, ,
wants the he "can
i job so
I platform planks. They will repre- people together and.clean up platform planks. They will also ersburg, R-Fla., a lawyer who their daredevil aerial YoullPAYTO MUiGH.IF
also represent the state at the sent the masses" and has spentan the party." acrobatics.A .
represent the state at the national -has served five terms in con-
$1,200 to be elect-
,I National Convention. -James (Jimmy) James of convention.The gress; and Albert Roberts III, crimsonclad sky diver
i The National Committee has I 'Napoleon Island B. Broward of Fort Miami, 39, advertising executive national committee has 35, of St. Petersburg, a securities -thrilled the crowd as he spiraled YOU tafc
two George 54, a businessman -
representatives one man who is state committeemanand broker down followed by two planes .
two representatives one man ;
and one woman from each dealing in timber and nautical -
trailing smoke to start the
I has been active in state and one woman from each of Candidates for national committeewoman -
of the 50 states, plus representatives supplies, who is on a mos I show.
party politics for 12 He the 50 states are Mrs. HeleneM.
years. plus representa- lUl
from various U. S. control commission
quito but
;::1 said he spent more than $2,500on tives from U.S. territories and Morris, 61, of Sarasota, state Outstanding act of the afternoon BEFORE OiTfl

a::1/ his campaign, and wants the the District of Columbia.The GOP treasurer, a precinct committeewoman was Nance's inverted rib-
More About job "to serve the party on a job pays no salary, has and a state committeewoman bon pickup. Flying only 30 feet

'1 higher plateau, to increase the no patronage, does not qualifyone ; and Mrs. Fran off ground Nance snagged a OUR pRiei

''i Harris Survey image of the post and solve to speak for the party except -ces C. Salmon in her 50s, of St. ribbon fastened between two
with the tail of his
poles plane.
some of the problems in the before the national com-[Petersburg, housewife and for-
state mittee. mer teachers.
From Pace 1 John J. Kennedy of St. Petersburg I

His Oregon victory has propelled Rockefeller to the top 58, a retired attorney who County GOP Chairman Low in BritainLONDON

of the heap, much as New Hampshire for a time rallied holds no party post. He estimated AP
I ( ) Unemployment
GOP voters to Lodge. Goldwater has slipped some as either that his. campaign cost The Furniture
I in Britain is at its lowest
a first or second choice. Significantly, voters tend to be for him about $250. He said the I Backs Unpledged SlateHershel rate in 2% years.

Goldwater as a first choice or not at all. post offers a "lot of opportu- The Ministry of Labor said today

A change has taken place as well in the numbers who say nities to do things and wants to Haynes, chairman 1 tie boss rule we can expect if there were 369,121 unem- AMPLE

they couldn't vote for various candidates even if they were be elected so he can change.of the Alachua County Republican I gamer: ever gets his hands in-I ployed in May, a drop of 42,477
nominated by the Republicans at San Francisco: methods of selecting Democratic Committee, today threw his 1::0 the Republican Party affairs from the April figure. In May

COULDN'T VOTE FOR: nominees at conventions.S. unqualified support behind the .- the same kind of takeover last! year the figure was 554,000 South Mom St ol WlltH &
After Oregon Before Oregon L. Kilgore of Leesburg, state Republican Party's Un- I iias occurred in several other or 2.4 per cent. This month's i

Per Cent Per Cent 67, former manufacturing firm pledged Delegation to the GOP I pities in Florida recently, notably percentage is 1.6.
Goldwater 35 20 executive who does not have a National Convention.The St. Petersburg."
Mrs. SmithRockefeller 28 35 state's Republicans have
,, 15 19 Haynes said this was a fight
split over efforts to pledge its
Nixon 10 10 Car Crash delegates to support Sen. Barry for a unified Republican Party' Vote May 26
Scranton 5 10 Goldwater."I and every effort must be madeto
Lodge 4 4 avoid "the splintering effec1which t
None or not sure 35 35 Fatal To cannot stand by and see will surely occur if the;! ARTHUR W. __ 3HY
of solid organizational effort -
years "
add to than 100 because Cramer forces win.
(Percentages more per cent some by dedicated Republicans N
voters named more than one candidate.) TOMORROW THOMPSON
thrown just to satisfy
The key is what happens to California GOP voters whose real UF StudentA (Congressman away William) Cra-

choices are Lodge and Nixon. Here is how they divide today mer's demands," Hajjnes said. VOTE FOR FOR YOUR COUNTY COMMISSIONER .,
between the two candidates listed on the ballot: 19-year-old University stu- in a prepared statement endors-' James "Jimmy"JAMES
HOW NIXON LODGE SUPPORTERS GO dent died yesterday from injuries -ing the unpledged slate in to- Thompson has demonstrated in his business and g i

REAL CHOICE he suffered in an accident I morrow's election. i his public service that he can get things done and J

Nixon Lodge Friday afternoon near Cross Haynes charged that Cramer,! that he can get along with people. q.
Per Cent Per Cent Creek. of Pinellas County, wants to ''
Voting for: He John Scott A FJLOtiDA DEMOCRAT Thompson has the ABILITY and ENERGY to serve 4. _
was Howard take over the state GOP Party,
,Rockefeller 43 61 South Hall, a passenger in a and that his people have goneso For Alachua County with an honest, efficient and bus- _
Goldwater 23 28 car driven by Melvin Black, 20. far as to attempt to take DEMO. NATIONAL iness-like administration.
Not sure 34 11 Black was in good conditionat over the local Goldwater head- (Pd. AdvJ
The Lodge vote has swung heavily to Rockefeller. The Alachua General Hospitalthis quarters. COMMITTEEMAN

Nixon vote, on the other hand, is less enthusiastic about morning.A "This is a typical example of
choosing between the two men on the ballot although the third person injured in the

swing up to now has favored Rockefeller. crash, Frances Mercer, 19, was
If Goldwater can find a way to reach the Nixon vote, if he transferred to Miami over the

can capitalize on his new position as an underdog, he could weekend for treatment of a
conceivably pull this election out in the closing days. But broken leg.

today the odds all seem to favor Nelson Rockefeller in The crash occurred after WHICH CANDIDATE
California. Black swerved his car to avoid

a truck that was backing into I
the highway. The car went out

; bituarteg 5 of control and over turned.
The three all were rushed to

HENRY PATTERSON band, W. B. (Bill) Phifer; a Alachua Howard General later was Hospital.transferredto BEST
the J. Hillis Miller Health IS FOR YOU ?
MELROSE Services for daughter, Mrs. Patricia Ann Center where he died yesterday
Henry Merritt Patterson, '75, Waters and t h r e e grandchildren ]- morning.He .
will be Wednesday at 10 a.m. High Springs; her mother -
New York native
at the Melrose First Methodist Mrs. Lillie C. Brady and a was a
and student at the
Church with Rev. Kenneth Griffith brother Walter, both of Georgetown Florida.a Universityof

officiating.The Texas, and a sister, Mrs. i .
Williams Thomas Funeral
retired civil service em- Mabel Gandy, High Springs.She ii i ,
Home is in charge locally. Funeral -
ploye of the U. S. Army Dept. was a past president of services and burial will i z Consider each candidate carefully Study their background, their
died Sunday afternoon at his th|New Century Club and be in Miami Beach, probably to-

home attack.He .after suffering a heart: American secretary__ _L Legion of and the was 111.. g_apast h -morrow.:; I .. proven leadership ability, their previous experiences. Stucfy their

moved to Melrose two Springs Garden Club. .
years ago from Red Bank, N.J. NOW OPEN I i t stand *' issue vital to Floridians, elementary as

Survivors include his widow, NIPPER INFANT 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. .. .
Margaret; two sons. Wesley, NEWBERRY The infantson ALL YOUR FAVORITE her education. Ask candidate** has the
Gainesville, and Theod ore, yourselfwhich. ; .. ,. ,
of Mr. and Mrs. James Calvin BRANDS r i -
New York City; a brother A..
Nipper died Sunday morn-
Ross, Galion, Ohio; two sisters, ing at Alachua General Hos Wines ,4i7r of accomplishment. .
Lucile Hart Findley, Ohio, pital. Beer ,
and Mrs. Martha Cappell, Free- .
mont Ohio, and one grandchild.He Graveside services w ere FREE DELIVERY
was a World War I veteran scheduled for 5pm. today at PAUL'S
and member of the Metho- Newberry Cemetery with Rev. I
dist Church. ('John First Baptist Martin Church of the officiating.Newberry Package Store i WHICH CANDIDATE WILL BE BEST :

Jones-Johnson Funeral Home 1318 E. University Are.VOTETUESDAY .
is in c ha rge: o f arran g ements I He is survived by his parents. __ __ __ n __ I
Burial will be in Melrose Ceme '


HIGH SPRINGS Servicesfor

Mrs. Nora Phifer, 51, who I U _,' :
", : : ] It's your responsibility!
died yesterday morning, were

scheduled Box The died owner Sunday for of 3 p.m.Nora's morning today.Flower at 1 I I, r I. ] < J' 1 j Don't FREE let Florida RIDES down! WHICH CANDIDATE WILL BE BEST FOR ALL OF FLA.!

University Hospital after a! ..
short illness. J I 1. TO POLLS
The services were scheduledat i 1
the Springs First Presbyterian -' CALL
High l -
Church with burial in I :
High Springs Cemetery. Jones-:: : 376-8990

Johnson Funeral Home was in: f' ,;. .
charge of arrangements.Mrs. \!
Phifer was born in 376-7839
Georgetown, Texas and livedin ,
High Springs for 23 years. I II Let's Give ri
Survivors in elude her hus- Haydon Bums A

Landslide! !
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12 Gainesville Sun Monday, May 25 1964 ________ ._ _
; z. 't I ':; -.- rI) 9EncE; 5EE SOMEONE WH0'5) ( NOTHIN62
I w.
t What's your problem For a gen

1 enl reply, write to Abby. Box 3365 ;:)
Lot of Scratch
Beverly Hills, Calif.. 90212, and Z

include a self-addressed stamped en -<
I ivy t ,ftx velope.Ally answers all maiL r...".

1k Abigail Van Buren I c..

H t NO CHARGE./'_Irs YAM.Fr._SKIS ISTH/F! / YOU ('cNucxtE.'.- rRSr THING rdj
;t | DEAR ABBY: I love flowers. For many years my tulips DEAR HURT: No. Your friend was just blabbing and unmindful YOUR PLANE', SLICE OF ROOF I'VE CREATE DEMAND POK
have taken prizes. Last year some new neighbors movedto of the hurt she was causingat least if she is a & HAVE SOMEREFRASHMIMTS.r TR/THIS GOOD n7URGRG0.! -

the north of us. They keep chickens. But their chickensare GOOD friend. DOORKNOB!!
not cooped up or fenced in to keep them on their own *
property so every morning those chickens head right for my DEAR ABBY: My daughter's girl friend has asked my
bulbs. So far I have had about $200 worth of fine imported daughter and four other girls to be her bridesmaids. She
(_ bulbs scratched up. I don't want to fence in my property made it clear that each girl was expected to pay for her
because it will ruin the looks of it; neither do I want to own gown. The bride and her mother picked out the gowns 1
I start a feud with my neighbors. Have you any suggestions? without asking any of the bridesmaids for an opinion 1I
LOVES FLOWERSDEAR i about price. Both my daughter and I were shocked when we
found out how much the gowns cost. This bride has very I
, LOVES: I assume you have already complained to expensive tastes, which she herself cannot afford. I think if JA; : ': 'U1
your neighbors. If you have, and were ignored, ask your lawyer the bride wants her bridesmaids to wear such expensive
to write them a letter pointing out their legal respon- gowns, she should pay for them. My daughter says she would
I L siblllties. If that doesn't work, you may have to sue. Two rather turn down the honor of being a bridesmaid than com- I'M DRETFUL SORRY i A
hundred dollars worth of bulbs is not chicken feed. plain about the price. To give you an idea of how overboardthe LEETLE JUGHA1D\TO HEAR THAT, fO
bride went, each dress is $69.95, plus tax! And my CANT COME TO MR SM I F + O

I DEAR ABBY: When a child must go to the hospital for a daughter has never spent more than HALF that amount on r SCHOOL PER TWO ,:
tonsillectomy operation and the mother is unable to go, even her best dress. I would like some advice. r OR THREE DAYS, -
isn't it all right for the father to be there instead? A WORKING MOTHER MISS HAWKINS- a ,/ -
friend of mine, right out of the blue, asked me how I could DEAR MOTHER: Since the price of the gown is more s' HE'S AILIN- l
I have stayed away from my child at a time like that. She than twice what jour daughter would ordinarily spend on a Jr
I said nothing in the world could have kept HER away if it gown, I think she would show good judgment to decline the
' had been her child. She hurt me terribly when she said that. "honor." ( az
Abby I have small children at home and no one to leave *
them with, 'and things beyond my control made it impossible CONFIDENTIAL TO "E": If you let a man know that
, for me to go to the hospital that day. Did I do wrong? you believe him to be faithful it will help to keep him
I 'HURT that way. Call a man a cheat and you give him ideas. -
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O Andy Griffith O Love Of Life
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Awards. SIGHT t EVER
12:30 O CD Truth Or MOON?
or 10:301E1 Compass 12 ConsequencesO AND TRACY HOVER UNTIL THE VALLEY.
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11:25 O Move 12:55 O CD News I fo l f
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j MONDAY EVENING life. into a box car to escape 1:05 CD Match Game U

5:00 O Best of Groucho O What's NewT from a loveless marriageand 1:15 Q Focus LL
O 'Mystery h e development of finds herself in the O Elementary Spanish A o .

, 5:25 O Moments In Sports- steamboats; owls and midst of a gang of rodeo 1:30 O Science
5:30 O Newscope Daytona lions; tips for photogra performers. Bing Crosby, O As The World Turns IM GLAD YOU A HOMETHRT LOOKS REAL YOU5AID YES...AND A RATHER
phers. Martha Raye Bob Burns, CD Ernie Ford
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. Sports, Weather O Changing Community S. Hinds, Warren Hymer,I Peal NOT SEEN THE MELISSA/ }\\ BUTTHEPOORGUY L > CBVIOU5LYSICK&UTREFUSES ,''
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I 6:30 O D NewsChetHuntleyDavid pressed in art, is ex- TUESDAY O House Party :JUNE TO
Brinkley amined by Prof. Didier 3:00 Q Slimnastics 3:00 Q CD Loretta YoungO O DINNER .s
O News-Walter Graeffe using examplesfrom O Sunrise Semester To Tell the Truth kHf
I Cronkite Durer Dore and 6:10 Continental Classroom 3:25 O News i wt aro+a .

O Compass Kathe Kollwitz. American Government. 3:30 O Edge Of Night j -
7:00 O Zane GreyWestern"Let 9:00 O Danny Thomas. 6:15 O Sunshine Almanac 3:30 CD You Don't Say 25 4' \
the Man Die." Dr. O News in Perspective. 6:30 Q World Civilization 4:00 O Match GameD ) _
Reynolds faces a painful Hollywood and the O Pastor's Study Secret Storm c=; __ ____ / _

temptation if he allowsa Stars 6:35 O Sunshine Almanac CD Popeye's Pals
patient to die, his son's "Sirens, Symbols and 6:40 O Living Words 4:25 Q News VIII ( WATCI-t OUTRERE; 'I WHAT
future will be assured. Dr. Glamor Girls," last of 6:45 CD Hi, Neighbor 4:30 Q Burns And Allen >I CLEANING THE WOMAN NEW WA
Reynolds: Dick Powell. two parts, views movie 6:50 O Farm and Home O Woody Woodpecker ''HURRY HURRY DEAR- n THAT?

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Akins: Brent King. Tom roe, Brigitte Bardot and 8:00 O Captain Kangaroo ?
: Menken: John Hoyt. Elizabeth Taylor. Joseph 8:40 O Americanism vs. r 4
O Rawhide Gotten is host. Communism. Special
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first in a series of reruns. Stars. O Bachelor Father 'Wives Niaht'o I Ih
Rowdy recognizes the new "The Wild and Wonderful CD Romper Room (color) o
drover as John Shepard, '30." 9:30CD Jack La Lanne Gainesville Toastmasters G'c

a former ,Army officer, O The Essential Nehru O People Are Funny Club is inviting all men over 1 s zs

but Clay says the newcomer -Interview 10:00 Q Say When 21 to bring wives or dates to a SURE....YOU WANTTOPOURITQN.TOO WOULD YOU MIND LEAVING
is a bounty hunter, (Special) India's ,Prime O News
special Ladies Night tonight at US HERE ALONE, MR.ZAWIL! 1'll
and that his isn't Minister Jawaharlal Nehru O Science Around You ASDEEDCE
name the Park Lane Cafeteria. COME BACf: DANE!. WEII GO SEE YOU AT REHEARSAL
Shepard. gives his views on m Waldo Norris (Color) STARTS LEAVE- Zr HERE! AHEAD! I DE E r, TOMORROW MORNING!
O Compass Rose world affairs in a conversation 10:25 Q CD News The club has scheduled a 6 == DANE
Navaho Indians. with Arnold Mich- 10:30 O CD Word For Word p.m. Dutch Treat meal and 7! SPEAKS '/ s i

D Movie aelis. Topics discussed in- Q I Love Lucy p.m. meeting designed to dem-I FOR THE ,,, + t,
"Fort Dobbs. clude India's economicand 10:45 O World of Numbersand onstate the club's function of TIRSTTIME .- y ( r t

7:15 0 Friendly Giant population problems, Forms teaching better speaking, thinking o
7:30 O Movie the Kashmir dispute and 11:00 Q CD (Color) Concentration and listening.The .
(Color) Monday Night at India's relations with the
the Movies: "Count Your West and Red China. Neb O Price Is Right Gainesville Club Is one of

Blessings." ((1959)) An Eng- ru's daughter, Mrs. In- l1: .O Q CD Missing Links more than 3,500 such clubs szs Q -
lishwoman, married to a dira Ghandi also appearsin O Pete And Gladys across the world. i
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raged by her husband's ed in New Delhi. Produced 12:00 Q CD Your First Spy Trial awl
Gallic view of married by Michaelis. Impression

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VOTE FOR Party Growth j''.IIA..

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:.:. Mr. Barney Colson, 372-0474 Mrs. Hershel Haynes, 3762930Mrs /:::: L't'6E PMKIDt t,.' r _

Bertha Garris, 372-1981 Mr. Matt Meaden, 372-9545 ..G IS HOME WALKIK6

He SPOTS A. ---
"I 1 ask you to support your official party delegation, the Pawley w CAR PUJ1B7 WMCH' UP TO HAS / / : 'I

Unpledged (No preference) Slate. USE LEVER 7-B." '', THE GARY CURS JAYS AND 1 : ,

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8 Baby Sitters. Child Car 15 Houses for Sal _-.-".., "'... ii- --

I WA--::::; 35 Homes For Sole

Child Care In my home. Fenced IIIIDI BY OWNER Mason Manor. 3 BR.
2 bath. will like the colors In this
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I references. Phone 372-3713. : : huge screen porch paved deaden 3 BR 1 bath home. If you

II PLANNED program awaits your ACROSS 30. Strikes out N I A M A j priced. FR 22373.SPACIOUS. 372-8441 buy at $15,750. Fenced yard WN

pre-school youngster at JACK I I T 0 R I Carpets and drapes. Call FR 2-
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Music programs educational 33.Utmost T 2 L a N C A T E I for I

IiI film-strips. 7:45-5:15 Mon.-FrL; 6. Deny hyperbole Over 2900 Sq. Feet living area In

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: river Bellowing 3 A-C units. HW 81 tile\ floors. Tues. thru FrL paper -5 p.m. Day before publication LOSS could be your gain.
11 FEMALE HELP WANTED 15. Barrier Harmonize I Some of the most gorgeous pan- For ids to oo In Sun. paser-UiOO: en' ...t. See this excellent listing. Threefcetfrcam
elling you've ever seen. 0 pen I For ads to go In Mon. p per-1 p.m.Pf.. two bath centrally heated -
BEAUTY 16. Inlet 43. Cosmetic (Solution to Sunday's Puzzle) beam ceiling. You'll have to I and air conditioned house with
DEMONSTRATORSEarn 17. Moccasin 44. see to believe such exists. Can (Minimum ad lines) Florida Room and screened porch
t up to $5 per hour demon- Iorepre- be used as two large Apts. So overlooking\ a spacious landscaped
strating famous Studio Girl 18. Oven poet. cipitous 4. GL Barrier Loosen convenient to town. All' this and FAMILY RATES garden.
I ,
. Phone Cosmetics.376-4336 Full or Part Time. 19. Twitching 45. Donkeys U>nd 10. Piece of more for $17,700. Excellent terms. "
after 6. $4 .OO DOWN and $80.09 per
20. Junto DOWN 5. Flower r rt fired clay 1 Insertion ." S* tine n'-:'I!h will buy this three bed-
"SARAH COVENTRY" Insertions ....,. 7" lflP
UNDER new management. Openings 22. Mite 1. Bovine 6. Bib. 11. Dan. UNIVERSITYREALTY I < Insertion IT- .> 1 Thouse Rr-3: and refrigerator with Florida included.Room.

for fashion directors. Part 24. Medicinal animal monster weights 1? insertions -rn

time or full time. For appointment herb 2. Greed 7. Instructs 17. Tablet 1 00 Total charge computed by multiplying total lines x r<'t earned = 2! bedroom masonry home and 3.34

call 3727049. x number of Insertions.
I OFFICE MANAGER to take full 28. Purposeful 3. Basic 8. On behalf 19. Use ashuttle 1115 N. Main St. Ph.. 3724351W. miles from the city limits. Sir

charge of all our office routines 29. Small principal of M. Munroe Realtor I 000 DOWN

and records. Including handling 20. Guide: Ital Asso. S. E. McLaughlin. Frank 5 Five letter words per lint I
t most correspondence. Good work. Roby. Roy McCann T. C. Doug BLACK ACRES We have 2 love-
tI I ing conditions and pay. with exCellent rrrrrrrrrr-r 21.Buddhhtpillar las Jr. I ly 3 bedroom 2 bath masoniy

future for girl or woman y Same as 2 lines homes In this very desirable: area.
able to assume responsibilities. FAMILY HOMES 8 Pt. CALL US FOR DETAILSI
No shorthand required. but must ti 0' IJ 23. Disencumber a ordinary type g

be good typist and know some .-. _ Same as 3 lines ACREAGE -We have several
, bookkeeping. See Mr. Sandefer Ii If 25. Pert, to $24,500, Three bedroom. 2 bath. famIly I 12 Pf. ordinary: .type large and small tracts of I and
at Rutherfords. 1C3 W. Univ. Ave. room paved street. Central I: available. CALL US NOWI
No niter Heat and Air-Cond.. fireplace
phone Inquiries
please. - j

COUNTER GIRL for cafeteria line !. "! W4 : --26. Safekeeping Westwood paved patio.schools.walk 3403 to Llttlewood-N.W. 7th 18 I Pt.ordinarytype John Merrill

and soda fountain. Apply CollegeInn Place. =
1728 W. Univ. Ave. No phone 19et z 11 27. Tree II E=

calls please. 29. $16.600 Three bedroom. 2 bath. 24 D4II.- Same .S lines Realtor
ZJ 2+ 2S 2ft Z1za Florida room. Central heat. Walkto ordinary type MULTIPLE LISTING
UNIQUE positions open now for ladles I counter Howard Bishop and Metcalf Phone 372-1494

who quality for personallz e d - 31. Ocean schools. 906 N.E. 20th Ave. ASSOCIATESMARCELLA
services. Vivianne Woodard Prestige
I Line Cosmetics. personal interview a vessel $13,000 Three bedroom. 2 bath. = The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for more ttan one H. BUCKHANNAN

awLAWlt&I In the privacy of your 31 33. Modified large lot with sprinkler system. Incorrect Insertion. nor will It be Hat:. for any error in = TEMPTING BUY
J home. Call 376-1480 for appoint AJJ Jl. life Walk to Sidney Lanier school. tisement to he'I greater extent than the cost of the siace occupied = 3 Bedroom. 2 bath. kitchen built-
ment. 410 N.W. 19th Lane.ALACHUA Ii by hi the advertisement.i No adlustment will In. family room. central heat and

(I WANTED r. 'J 3f 3f 37 34. Recent 5 be made on errors that do not materially effect the value of lithe air conditioning. Fen ced back
experienced bookkeep e
Add elegance to sofa or bed with Insurance experience desirable but ,,] 4 J 35. Poker stake advertisement.The E yard. Outside city limits. Priced
( - g very reasonably. Located 3945
rose pillows that complement each not necessary. Salary commensurate 5 iT -7 i 41 37. Love god N.W. 36th Street. Phone FR *
( other so well. with experience. Good working
I Rose pillows one. cross- conditions with congenial peop I e. 39. Head of a Gainesville Sun reseves the privilege of revising or f..1 2969._

stitch. other quilted. Transfer quilt- Please send complete resume of 42 I I 43 steam a lectlng any advertisement which it deems objectional/ and to E
Ing design on back of muslin. Pat experience to box 422-A c-o hammer a chance the classification ot any advertisement from that ordered
e to conform to the of
Gainesville Sun. - - policy the paper.
tern 531; transfer of each Redfranks
: I I : 40. Pepper
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tern for first-class mailing and special -. NO delivering or collecting car Par time 26 ir.In.: Nwtfaluri Legal 35 Houses for Sole RealestateTHE

handling. Send to Laura Wheeler necessary. Call Connie Robbins.FR action. 35 Houses for Sol!*

; Gainesville Sun. Needlecraft 6-1963 after 6:30 p.m. KENTUCKY COLONEL & his

Dept.. P. O. Box 161 Old Chelsa I CASHIER good salary. good FOR SALE BY OWNER. NW section lady will enjoy living In this
Station.: New York 11. N. Y. Print hours. Apply in person Wonder- REALTYAssociates 3 bedroom. 2 tile baths. BRICK HOME. fenced wooded lot. modern Southern Colon I a I
built-in double
plainly PATTERN NUMBER house Restaurant 14 SW 1st appliances. carport 4 BR. 2 bath. Ig. living rm.. home situated on ONE
NAME, ADDRESS and Zone. St.. behind Sears. 14 -Sales Help W.ntedOPPORTUNITY 33 LOTS FOR SALE 35 Houses for Sale I AIre T. Smith. Broker paved street. connected to Fla. Rm.. & screened porch. HALF ACRE of well maintained -

. BARGAINI Big new 164 Needle-' Mabel Gore. Associate sewer. Small down payment. Elect. kitchen cent. heat & air grounds JUST OUT.
WANTED experienced Legal Sec Days phone 372-3824. After tPM.
! craft Catalog over 200 designs. 635 N. E. 1st St. 376-2448 cond. Many extras including SIDE CITY LIMITS. Modern
to work before 3744774.I
retary begin on or
only 25c1 A must if you knit. crochet June 1. Salary commensurate KNOCKS! LOTS LITTLEWOOD AREA swim club membership. NE sec. bullt.ln kitchen CENTRALAIR

I quilt sew. embrodier. Send I with experience and ability.i You've read about fabulous VIllage 4 BR. 3 bath. 2050 sq. ft. living McKINNEY I BR., bath. CB house on acre. 2 tion. Reasonable down payment. CONDITIONING. All
J123 rooms are extra spacious.
:sc Fringe benefits. Blue Cross and Green. Now-help sell Ill SALE OR LEASE COMMERCIALNear area central heat built-in kit. gas heaters gas range. util. Rm. per moo Call FR 2-5953
I SPECIAL VALUEI 16 COM Blue Shield. For Interview contact Excellent earning opportunity for new V.A. hospital. 5 acres 1 bik. from Westwood Jr. High. GREEN with Vi bath. Encl. pump. ladders. evenings. Including Uvlng room. Separate -
dining Florida
PLETE QUILT PATTERNS In deluxe James E. Clayton. Phone licensed Real Estate salesman. appr 4 acres plus. N. side of 2 blks. from Llttlewood elem. tools. some fume Shade trees. 3 BR. family rm. home. Treed room 3 2 baths.

. new Quilt Books. For beginners o 372-9591. Allen Dorman. sales manager. Archer Rd., call school. Ideal for Ig. family. or DEATONREALTORS Homestead exemption. iVi mi. lot. Littlewood Westwood dist. large foyer winding drive
nowl Hugh Edwards. Inc. 372-1S5I MARY MOELLER. REALTOR family and from Gainesville $8,000 cash. FR
I experts. Send SOc elderly persons. Top shape. Avail. Aug. S1J.JCO. thru the grounds. MUST
EXCHANGE HOURS FOR CASH 1019 W. University Ave. FR 6-4471 Priced for Immed. sale. 3449 Satisfactory financing. 327 NW 35th BE SEEN TO BE APPRE.

16 Work Wanted Female I __N.W. 13th Ave. 372-2893. _St. Ph. 376-0417. CIATED. Ideal for professional

OPPORTUNITY for (3) women to 34 Waterfront Property CENTRAL AnglewoodAn 21S41.PARRISH BY man or executive.
AIR CONDITIOING OWNER 3 BR. 2 bath dishwasher
make good money in a business attractive well built home Just $24.500.
of their own. start earning at WANT lob as practical nurse or FENCED REAR YARD situated on a beautiful land- Small down privileges.VA
once. Representing Avon. Call FR companion. Call FR 6-6319. t WINFRED H. CRAWFORD A complete home: Wall-to-wall scaped lot. 3 Bedrooms and 2 gage. Phone 3741383.ONLY BEFORE YOU BUY or build you
You 20421. carpets.. draperies.. central air tiled baths. Large patio Wall owe It to yourself to let us I
Reg. Broker. specalizing In PRESENTSANGLEWOOD.
17 Work Wanted Male LAKE PROPERTIES -ACRE conditioning. fenced rear yard. to wall carpet In dining and S4JO DOWN show you this NEARLY
12 Male Help Wanted AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose.GR Quality Chambers gas oven. living area. All modern conven- Closing cost Included. NEW home with well established
range. and hood. Vanltied laundry iences. Priced to sell Call 2 BR $62 per mo. yard. 3 large bed-

COUNTER MAN for cafeteria line PAINTING and PAPERHANGING.Free 52981.ON sink in connecting utility room. FR 2-3617 for appointment. Almost new 4 bedroom 3 BR S72 per mo. rooms, 2 glamourous baths
and soda fountain. Apply CollegeInn. estimates. Phone 376-0726. THE GULF Large living room, separate dinIng attractive home. with central See at 2030 N.E. 55th Sf. living room of entertainment
1728 W. Univ. Ave. No phone room. Three large bed Forrest heating and fully air-condi Phone FR 2-025S proportions separate din-
: calls please.MECHANIC Cedar Key Shorestr rooms. Hugh Edwards Inc. Holly : tioned. This was one of the new ing room. panelled Florida
Can 18 Schools & Instructions 376-7971. Attractive 3 B.R. 2 bath Ocala homes In the 1962 Parade of NOT IN SUBDIVISION 3 BR, block room with old brick fire
experienced. Good Other Properties Block Home situated on large Homes Show. Let us tell you & shingle colonial. Kirby Smith place. Oak strip floors. Central -
working conditions. Excel lent David AndrewsCedar HOMES BY GINGRICH corner lot Sunken living room more about this one. & St. Patrick Schools. Near heat & AIR CONDI.
pay. See Service Manager. Bark- No down payment. on your lot. with fireplace Florida Room Park. Fenced yard fireplace TIONING. Big modern kit.

ley Motors. FR 2-2533. Real Estate Exam Key 3841 low monthly payments. For free Dbl. C.P. Central heat and Air FLORIDA PARK AREA. A pleasant hardwood floors. 512. 00. Owner. chen Including Disposal,

DRAFTSMAN. full time permanent COURSE lilerature. Write Gingrich, 1225 condition Modem kitchen with masonry 3 bedroom home on Phone F R 22736. Dishwasher Built In stove

position. Experience In civil engI- ATTEND First lesson free. AIR CONDITIONED gas heat NE 22nd St.. Ocala. Fla. Phone refrigerator Designed for luxurious a nice lot 110 x 154 located withIn & oven. refrigerator. .
neering drafting required. 5 day rlOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLtuE completely fUrnished 2 bedroom 622-3346. living. Call FR 2-3617 walking distance to J. J. Fin- 4 BEDROOM. 2 bath. Central heat. washer. Double attached ga
Equity for sale. 121$ N.E. 201 h Excellent westside lo-
. week. 2 wk. paid vacation. Group COLLEGE. 218 W. Univ. Ave house on Cowpen Lake. 22 miles le> Elerrr-.tary School and Gainesville rage.
FOR SALE BY Place. 376-9910. cation. Shown opt. only.
life & hospitalization avail. For FR East of Gainesville. Price $8,800. OWNER. spacious High School. Owner leaving fey
4-3507 3723727.
Bay app?. call! FR 22591. Terms available. Phone FR 6- 3 BR 2 bath. Fla. Rm.. close Madison Park : town. Call FR 4-CJ17. Asking only
MEN & women IS to 55 to train tor 3672. to school. Littlewood Estates. Owner departed Desirable N.W. KOREAN 525.400.Claude
GOOD reliable meat cutter wanted. 12 .500.
CIVIL SERVICE Reasonable down pay. location F.H.A. financing. Only GOOD BUY. Owner leaving town
Eastslde Market. Apply In person. BEAUTIFUL lot on the Suwannee men?. 920 NW 37th Ter. Phone VETERANSOnly M. "Red" Franks. Realtor
. Examinations. For Informationsend River at Rock Bluff. Call 376- 372-5738. $750.00 Down for this attractive and must sell 4 bedroom. 2 bath Myrle Lasslter Associate
ROUTE SALES MAN Sealtest name address & Phone No. 6160. 3 B.R. 2 bath home. Priced below home. living room family room. $100 down. N.W. New 3 Wm. E. 'Bill" Harris Associate
Foods. Division has an openingfor Key market Near school and shopping built-in kitchen and screened
Training Service. 112 W. $450 DOWN BR. 1 and 2 Bath Homes. Immediate 7 N.E. 1st St. Phone 376-0817
an aggressive young man Adams St., Jacksonville. FOR SALE Call FR 2-3617 for appoint. porch. Central heat and centralair occupancy. All city servo 376-2927
between 24 or 35 yrs. of age to Fine home at St. Augustine 3 bedrooms and 2 baths. central ment conditioning. Priced to sell. ices 3 biks. to elementary and Res.
I sell SEALTEST products on an SPEEDWRITING Shorthand Beach. 155 feet of ocean frontage heat. screened porch and large lunlor high schools. Price $12,250 372-7943
Hire established route. The man we're TYPING BOOKKEEPINGHOWELL'S and 300 feet deep. Large living family room beautifully landscaped FINLEY School area. Attractive 3 to $13.000 Including brick colo MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTINGGracious
seeking Is hardy. has lived In the BUSINESS COLLEGE room. dining room with 20 x 18 with back yard fenced. i bedroom. 2 bath masonry homeon nials. Total monthly payments
Gainesville area for the past 12 218 W. Univ. Ave. FR 6-3507. front glassed-in Florida room ex near schools and shopping. $15,00 nicely landscaped. large lot. from $75. Located N.W. 39th St..

months and has a stable employ' PIANO Instruction openings available tending from the living room and 611 N. W. 34th Drive. Call any. Immediate possession. May we N.W. 13th and* 14th Place. Call M

ment record. If you meet these for summer Instruction. I facing the ocean. 3 large bed. time show you this one. 2-9545 daily and 6-9048 nights.

qualifications apply In person to Adults or children. Mrs. Burko I rooms. each with full baths. I BUTLER BROS.
Mr. Schaffer at the Univ. Inn Motel 372-9896. Servants quarters downstairs. For I MASON MANOR. Very attractive 4 -
between 5 P.M. and 8 P.M. further information contact the- bedroom. 2 bath home located on & Spacious

Tuesday. May 26 or between 9 SIX weeks junior typing class. VERLE A. POPE AGENCYP. I a large lot with fenced back yard. 3 BR. 2 bath. CB. appr 2003 sq ft
S311 A.M. and 4 P.M. Wednesday. May Summer school. Registra I Ion.. O. BOX 519 Ideal for children. Walking distance REALTOR living space restricted residential -
27 or Thurs.. May 23. June I. Howell's Business College. St. Augustine. Florida to Westwood Jr. High. Cen- area Fla. room. Ig modem kit.

WANTED Caretaker on Lake Place. 218 3507.W. Univ. Ave. Phone 376- Pitme VA 9-9061 tral heat and air conditioning. chen dbl. gare<:,. like new. Ex

Must be sober and have refer. WEEK clusive. Call for appointment. Call
ences. Furnished house and good 35 Houses for Sole ASSOCIATESJ. UNDER 10000. New 3 bedroom Mary Moeller.Spacious .

salary. Apply Lewis Jewelry Co. U. S. CIVIL SERVICE TESTS! Fred Guy Jayne ButterwrothCol. homes and built available under FHA to specifics.lions qualified

200 W. Univ. Ave. J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire No &
with FHA financing.
Men-women. 11-52. Start high as 3 BR 2 bath. house for sale. Total Multiple Listing buyers SPECIALS i iI iI
with ( closing costs and no city taxes.
BOYS WANTED bicycles no
cost $11,500. Call FR 2-6936.
$102.00 week.
e Preparatory
scooters) for morning paper CharmingOlder
routes ages 12'4 to 14. Call training until appointed. Thou 4BR. 2 Bath home in N.E. Sec Ralph SEE BEAUTIFUL WESTS'lDE. New residential subdivision I home. near J. J. Finley.
FR 2-4451 sands of lobs open. Experience tion. Den. screened porch. air- Realtor opening soon. Acre lots. New Listing
anytime. Realistically priced. 3 Br.. C.B.L .
usually FREE In- heat. Price MALORE GARDENSFOR I
unnecessary. conditioning central FOSSEYDick streets now being paved. May we R Dining rm family room &
formation on lobs. salaries re $16.900 $600 down pay. 2809 N.E. tell you more about this restricted 3 bedrooms. 2 baths extra large
yard. lovely
MOOCOMM. quirements. Write TODAY giving 10th St. Call 2-6455. RobinsonAssociatePh. THISOUTSTANDING residential area outside city limits. family room. The kitchen comes study. Call Moeller.
area 514.750. Mary
and Lincoln HOMEWe equipped with range. oven and
name. address phone. 376-1359 .
Sacrifice price. 3
Service Box 410M, C/o Br. 2 bath. wooded lot 140 x 210. 11 W. University Ave. brick fireplace. Living room and
Rent family room offer wall to wall
Gainesville Sun. offer for Inspection this New ListingSee
Faculty neighborhood. 3436 S. W. "Selling Florida Since 1906" your I carpeting. Central heating and
fine new home. located In beautiful -
20th St. this charming home, S BR
situated on paved street. FHA
1 BR CB. city water. lot 50x140', Malore Gardens. lot 20 3
C.B. Fla room with fire place.Ig .
SALESMEN In any area of local 28 Livestock & Supplies FOR Sale or trade. New 4 BR. : paved street. down payment $200 miles south of Campus on Ocala 450 qualified, full Buyer down payment $! yard. excellent neighborhood
area to sell finished block homeson home located In Westmoreland and $45 monthly. Immediate oc Hlway. 21750. $17.900. $150000 equity. Monthly

owners lot. Straight 20 year Estates. On city sewers pavedSt cupancy. Located near bus line payments like rent. $125.00 month.
payout. If experienced see Mr. 2 Ig. bath Rms.. Ig. family and Stephen Foster School 1114 Situated on large wooded lot. 4004 N.W. Call Mary MoellerSuburban
McMurtry. Tampa Builders. a 11 WANT AN ECONOMICALL Rm. & living Rm.. dining area. NW 39th Ave. See It and phone constructed of Ocala limestone
day Monday. May 25 at Holiday PRICED FEED? Then try CPA Central heat built-in kitchen including 376-7170. block. 3 BR & den. kit., laundry 13th PlaceCentral
Inn. Route 441 S.. Gaines Cooperative Mills 16 per cent GE dishwasher. 2 courtyards space. entrance porch and toy Beauty
ville. Production Dairy. part pulleted. walk to schools. close to er. large LR with fireplace sep. air conditioning and central -
3 BR, C.B. lot 159 x 105. sparkling
Ideally suited for feeding on heating are offered in this i
U of F & medical center FHA FORDYCE dining rnvfamily rm combination. -
EXPERIENCED appliance service pasture. Special for May only. $22,700. Down payment $1.700. large double carport with 3 bedroom 2 bath residence. I cozy In country-like aret
man. Permanent work. Give qual- FMX Gainesville or Alachua. Immediate occupancy. Drive by generous storage facilities. Beautiful large live oak shade I near shopping. 112.750. Excellent
ifications. Write box 423-A c-o Phone FR 2-1095 or 461-2105. 1027 NW 40ttI Drive. Call Butler PLUS FEATURES I tree. Drive by then call us for financing call Mary Moeller.

Gainesville Sun.CABINET. 376-9C48 REALTOR details on this reasonably priced
Brothers. 372-9543 daily
BUTCHER GOATSFOR 1. Near the new Gainesville home.
MAKERS SALE night.IHA Country Club New Listing
_. .._ __ .
f. o 9-non__ h 2. Designed by local architect I i
Wanted Immediately: cut out n abuse for saie ne section Jumbo brick. quiet simplicity. 3 br.
man. bench & formica man. at appraisal value of $10.000. WONDERFUL 3. Near new elementary school Building LotThis Fla room & breezeway excel-

Write or apply to Custom Cabinets 30 PETS & SUPPLIES $300 down payment. low monthly 4. Only a few minutes to Med. lot Is located In prestigearea lent condition and priced on to-
2510 NE 18th Ter. Gainesville payments. 3 BR. 1 bath carport Architecturally designed 4 bedroom. Center. and downtown |lust off of N.W. 22nd Street days markef.Budget .
Fla. State Qualifications. large storage. Call after 2Vj bath home. Central alr-condl- 5. Loveliest lots In town are on N.W. 7th Lane. $6,750 Is the
age L experience. ENGLISH shepherd puppies. Good 6:00 P.M. FR ft-4774. tlonlng and heating. Fully equipped located In Malore Gardens AND ASSOCIATES. INI:. price. t HomeC.B.

:--: Dial TWO MEN WANTEDto for stock, and pets. FR i NO DOWN PAYMENT 3 BR.. air 2 This kitchen.Is a Terrazo very unique.floors two throughout.- story Call today for InformationFR .MEMBER Wayne Hill MULTIPLE Helen LISTINGH. Graham 3 br. 2 bath cent heat. Buy

assist me In my business. Car bath. Central heat. central home with structural steel and 2-4625 or FR 2-8336 Carolyn Gardenhire Mary Parrlsh Near University like rent. $11500. Call Mary
necessary neat in appearance.Age GERMAN shepherd pups AKC. all cond. Northwest. 19000. Call glass. Call 3761236.EXECUTIVE'S. WOODROW SEAYBUILDER 19 N.E. First St. Tel. 372-5375 Moeller.
Economy and comfort be
20-35. Call Mr. Haney Tues- shots ready to go. Shown week 376-2927. yoursIn
.day only 9 to ':30 A.M. sharp. days after 7 P.M.. all day Sat. i HOUSE and 6 lots in Lake Shore Full this 3 bedroom 2 bath home.
GLADYS SMITH price $13,250 $400 down
FR 47110.DISHWASHER.. and Sun. See Don Carney. 3501 Homesltes. Price $12.500. For information ment to FHA pay.
Buyer. Why
.i apply in person NW 18th Ter.MINIATURE call 372-2840. home. 4 bedrooms T/t baths. Situated PROFESSOR will sacrifice for rent? Dial 372-3522 for complete pay

-376-4672 Wonderhouse Restaurant 14 S.W. Dachshund Puppies 5-ROOM FRAME house. screened on a spacious lot in the NW quick cash sale 4'/S yr. old custom EXCLUSIVE AREA: deails.
1st Street behind Sears. AKC reg. 6 wks., 2 males 8. 2 porch reduced for quick sale. section. An extra bedroom and bath built house in Golf View. Acre lot in prestige area with
females. have had shots $50. $2,495. Phone Cephis Goodman. can be used as a study or den. with ducted central heat and four bedroom panelled home. Two Act NowVery
COOK. White married. 30 to 55 Phone 6-33CO. 2923 N.E. 10th St. 528-4384 Williston. Walled In patio area. Wall to Wall central air yr. I hour day. 5 day week ",art>@fina -in.. the.--- .livi.......... .r x.--.....-. Call--.. rhil..n J;...,.4 ...u* ... ..ith is $21,000. Call 3725393. choice large custom built
vacation. sick leave. social security NINE week old American shepherd WESTWOOD LITTLEWOOD I ,::1':1236.- paved-'walks' "and" terrace.- Idea home In beautiful wooded area
and state retirment bene pups. well marked. registered Walking distance to schools. 3 for West outside limits
trlc/cles and skates. 12-ft. HORSE FANCIERSWill city at 32.
fits. For interview contact Per. male and female $35. in Skyline
BR. 2 baths horr.e
swimming pOOl. 2Vfc ft. deep. 000. This won't be "on the mar.
QUIET like this :3 acres outside ef
sonnel Director. Sunland Train- Phone 6-3470. hardwood floors.
Heights. Study '
kef for
6x24 LR. Tiny kitchen 1 large long.
limits. In exclusive section.
Ing Center. P. O. Box 508 & Cent. City
built-in range oven. neighborhood for this 3 bedroom. 2
BR. 21m. BR's. 1 plain bath.
FREE! 2 kittens. Call 376- Call House Is modem in constructionwith ---
Gainesville, Fla. or Phone 376- heat. Shaded back yard. bath home. A spacious patio adds
laundry room. Needs redecoratIng -
large sleeping area. Guest
53S1. Ext. 362.13Help 5350. 376-OS62. to its desirability at only $10,000 and yard work. $14.500. S4JOO cottage. Uvlng room will fire

SIAMESE KITTENS. I weeks old. FOR only $450 down. $91.27 per with a very low down payment cash, and $86 mo. IncL taxes. plac $30,000. Call us at 372- MARY
Male or Female sea''point. SIAMESE mother cat. month payments. you can qualify Call 376-1236. Ins., and VA mtg. payments et I39X
2 yrs. old. Phone 376-8996. for 4 BR 2 bath home 1806 4% per cent Int. Will throw In
NW 38th Terr. Will paint inside CHOICEarea stove rfg. and other things. Ph. PASTURE
Announcements PLACEMENT SERVICE BEAGLES for sale partially trained & outside completely. For FR 20376.BEDROOM. MOELLERREAL
Office. Professional, and some have shots. $20 see call 372-0481. Is the location of this 3 bed r-4 acres fenced. Two bedroom
Technical and $30. Good stock. Phone room home with hardwood floors S house for Sale by house. Deep well. Price is $12-
College GraduatesFor 25135. SACRIFICE $2408 equity for $700 Owner. Partly furnished. Near 750.00 and can be financed.
throughout. Large Florida room.

PERSONALIZED SERVICE 10-12:00 AJM.appf. call 2-4:00 372-6377: P.M. FREE 4 kittens. 7 wks. old. cash.Modem Total 3 B R cost, \Vt only bath $11,427.home. tioned.attractive kitchen. All air cond ment.University.FR 2-889.Shown by appoint TORII

Near schools. Refrlg.. elec. y 0
Monday through Friday Call FR 60034.FOR Can 376-1236. N.E. SECTION. For sal* by owner
LEARN TO DRIVEl Special attentton PERSONNEL CENTER range air cond.. and drapes. L1i W. Univ." Ave. FR 44471
or elderly. SALE AKC registered Chihuahua No qualifying. 1432 NE 14th Ter. 2 BR. paneled Fla. room large II Member Multiple Listing
to nervous 101 NW 2nd Avenue
lot, 2 air-conditioners FHA. 1.515
Way Driving School. FR puppies also Collie pup- Phone 376-4068. SPANISH Mary Moeller, Broker
Easy by Stat. of Fla. Exp. secmtari salary open pies. Hubbard Circle Grocery N.E. 6tn Ter. call for appoint Associate
._ 7-7002._ Lie. Cashier-bosl.'s. attractive Milhopper and lam Ave. 6-3324. NEARLY hew4 BR home withall Inspired terrace provides the view ARNOLDREALTY E. W. Moeller Foster Kessler
White housekeeper. S2S wk. luxury features within I from the living room of this attractive 3728629.OPEN
4 SPECIAL NOTICES Bookkeeper salary ,open EHRBAR KITTEN RANCH otters Ing distance of new school. I 4 bedroom. 2 bath home HOUSE COMPANY STUDENT sacrificing 2 bedroom
Exp. Waltres. sala. & comm Its select herd for your free se 500. Easy tersm. 529 NW wa''j' Situated i on a I lushly landscaped totExcellent Multiple Listing Member CCB home. Partly furnished. In-
lection. 818 N.E. 7th PI. after St. Phone 3763569.NE i tow down and 3-6 P.M. .
Exp. mechanics payment 1219 W. Univ. Ave. 3723522Associates eluding app!. and washing mach.1S
DUE to divorce t have e like new Store trainee hi schl. grad. 5:30 week days Sat. and Sun. all. 2 yrs. old. 3 BR. 1 bath.;I I monthly terms to suit your budget EXCLUSIVE NORTHWEST : Pete Sieg I minutes from Unfv few
1964 model Zig Zag Automatic Off. trainee hi schL grad. day. FR 20717.BEAUTIFUL C/H. screened porch. patio. 'I I Call 376-1236. SPACIOUS 2090 Square Feet Jane Caldwell F. W. Hodge blocks to grade school: Ig. lot.

sewing machine. that does ev Tree surgeon. foreman. $2 hr.- and loving male German stove. refrig.. d-wssher. $500 WOODED 93 x 164 Lot Jim Sheppard Charlie! Mayo $9.500. 4117 N.W. 11th St. FR 24435. -

erything. We would like some- Auto salesman. Exp. Shepherd pup. $65. Avail da.. $75 mo. FR 22774. AIR-CONDITIONED Throughout Boo _Kalkman Jimmy Greene. After 5:30.
to take up payments of $6.00 3 Bedrooms. 2 baths. paneledDen.
em Short order grill man 3136 East UniversityAve. GLADYS SMITH .
per mo. Small balance. Ph. 372- Insurance traWe, $100 wk. anytime. AN exciting home with space. excellently Living Room. Dining Room. -
2051. Route salesman. Levy Co. Cottage 1. built air conditioned. electric built-in Kitchen large REALTOR THE STRIETMANN BISQUIT CO.
CONNELL EMPLOY. AGY. 3 BR. 2 Bath family room and Family room. Hardwood floors. I
Cory Line Away WRINKLES 120 SE 1st Av*. 33 LOTS FOR SALEBY fireplace. now being completedby FR 2-1053. Associates has on opening; for a man between 25 and 40. who

IS plus Tax Phone 3764234 Wimberly Lloyd Estates Myrick outside Builder city in 1t18 N.W. 11th RoadIN Anna Hinson Florence Bums wants t3 make selling a career and is willing to work
Odi's Pharmacy I WANTED Inventory Clerk man or limits. N. W. 36tn Terr off NEWBERRY 3 BR. Fla. Rm. Caroline Noyes Multiple Ben Griffin I II for advancement. This is one of our established terri.i .
116 Central Plaza (Next to Wlm woman 40 hour week. Good pay OWNER for $2L- dining Member Listing based on
N. W. 39tn Ave. Offered t bath kitchen living rm. __ tories in the Gainesville area. Compensation
4.D.L. : lot. 900 blockof i
Dixie) Drvgstore.,4.LUMNAEusWho Should have some knowledge of BEAUTIFUL wooded
500. Phone 25489.WHY Block home wilt Ti
rm. This position requires
and bonus plan.
lir xl55', sales commission
bookkreplng. Write Box 425-A N.W. 22nd Street. F
of land within city limits. I
? c-o Gainesville Sun. Also lot h s Gwytw Oaks 2WXisr PAY RENT? acres FURNITURE that applicants be married. hish-school' graduate
Price S14ACO. Phone 472-2459.
Local Personalities with view and privileges New homes. $9,500. 3 bedroom. tile
DISTRIBUTORS and CARRIERS UPHOLSTERY with a good car. Experience selling groceries restaurantsand
Clear Lake. 376-5109. bath $61 per month. Located on
28 of 516.100
Thursday, May needed for morning newspaper institutions will be considered in filling this position.An .
S. E. 45th Terrace. Also some
4 2 Bath Lr. kit.. perch
__ 8:00 P.M.. Channel 5 person.routes. Real Dependable opportunity transportation for rigid I Beautiful a 60 ft. 3 Wide Acre Private Tract Drive.Entered trade-ins. Call FR 2-2372. FORDYCE extra Br.. utility Ig.air, cond.. stove.I can For top quality workmanship equal opportunity employer job benefits include

Sitters. Child Car and caSh bond required. Call Section. Out of City Limits.E. $14.775 up ON YOUR LOT. Open S1C2 Mo. TotaL Equity on terms. 3726142GAINESVILLE I fully paid expenses, paid vocation and a liberal health
8 Baby
372-4532 or write R. S. Ludwkk C. "CURLY" KUEHN JR. House Sunday. 1 to 6 PJTU Designed Associates Inc.Real 3731134.TRILEVEL. and accident insurance and pension program. I If you con
8. engineered by U. S. ,
3620 S.W. Archer Rd. 43* N. Main St. Steel Corp., Homes Division. 2100 Estate Exchangers HOME 3 BR. 2 Batn. meet the above qualifications. call FR 2-6333 at the

TINY TOT ; FR 6-2032 Broker FR 4-6544 W".Ir cond. Multiple: Realtors sep. dining rm. fireplace. cen. UPHOLSTERY Inn Gainesville Fla. and ask for Mr. Felix
HELP turn your spare time intc t SQ. ft. 3 B R. 2 Listing no NW. ixn 5?. University ,
money. No soliciting or deliver, LOT tor Sale m 1500 block of S.E. brick veneer. 2 car Garage isai Grace S. Fordyce Broker heat buitt-ki dM.-car Ri? equipscreer West-I Free Estimates-rIck cc a.4elivery. Herndon between 6 ond 9 p.m., beginning Monday,
PLAY SCHOOL Ing. Adjust your own working I 4th Ave. t acres. Will sell for NW 36t Dr. Alachua Home I Dudley Goulden Associate ed patio. garage. .
hrs. tt-30 pe rhr. For appt. call I S2&COO on time or cash. Phone Call Frank Thomas FR 6669 Harvey Benton Associate woodGH5.. area. See at 2247 May 25.
Visit us end 1M tor yourself. t26 W. Univ. 374-I2M N.W. 14th Ave.
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14: Gainesville Sun Monday, May 25. 1964 _ _ _ _ _ _ .



NATIONAL REALTOR WEEK 24 to 30 ((f.The f.\O.\ )

for members of the National Association of Real Estate Boards and It stands for business competence combined with IngJi standards of business conduct.

Every Term REALTOR REALTOR is pledged is a distinctive to observe designation a code of ethics. The{; right to use the professional title REALTOR is given to men and women who have sound real estate experience, ability and knowledge and to

those who adhere to the REALTOR'S Code of Ethics.

39 Out of Town Property 45 Furnished Apts. 45 Furnished Apts. 45 Furnished Apts. 45. Furnished Apts. 46 Unfurnished Apts.


1 BEDROOM furnished duplex. nice & TWO BEDROOM DUPLEX 1917 NEW 1 BR duplex apt., kitchen
furnished apt.
rent :3 ROOM
HOUSE FOR sale In Keystone FURNISHED Apartment for Newly decorated. $SO month. 17 clean. For married couples on NW 36th Avenue. $52 per month. equipped. $40 per month on a Macoma Homes I
Heights Fla. 3: BR. 2 baths 1 with living Rm. bedroom tile N.E. 13th St. Phone FR 2-C374. Rent rea FR 24224. year's lease. Ph. 376372: days, ,
ly. Adults no pets.
acre lot will sacrifice. Appraiseat ; bath alr-cond.; U 2 bedroom 376-7327 evenings.
THE TIME IS NOW $18,000 will sell for $14,990. Apt. FR 29569.FOR REDWOOD APT$. 4401 S.W. 13th sonable. Call :376-7844. 1 BR apt. for rent. completely Inc.For .
Call :376-1168, Gainesville, after 5 furnished St. New air conditioned 1 BR 2 ROOM, one bath garage apartment furnished. $65 per mo. Lights & LARGE 2 BR ground floor apt. Sale very attractive ,
p.m. RENT 1 bedroom apts. water furn. $90 per mo. very quiet neighborhood. water furnished. See at 301 NW Stove, refrig. & Venetian blinds bedroom. 1-bath ,home. 4417E.
cooL $60
apartment. Clean and Call FR 6-0427 2nd St. furnished. 1018 SW 8th Ave. $75
Water furnished. Call or 2-6723. suitable for one person or cou- University Ave.i walking
40 Business PropertiesGOOD Ronnie month. Hayward, FR 2-4741 or CLEAN 2 BR. upstairs apart ple. Call FR 6-1730. NICE 2 BR apartment. 3 studentsor ask per for mo.Mr.Call Haynes.376-2641 or 6-293C distance to Lake Forest
FR 64134.FURNISHED. ment near Campus, $90 per mOoPhone couples. Now or June 1st. Schools. Price $11400. $500 -
Do You Have A Room, Apartment 23329. TWO bedroom furnished apt. Will lease for one year. 62721or DESIRABLE well located 2 BR down and S7T.50 per month. -
going business for sale. Apt. for rent $55 per near Univ. & Alachua General 495-2312. duplex apt. with utility appliances Call Gerald or V. Q. McCay
Water turn. Call FR 3-1823 1 BR furnished apt, water furnish Hospital. Ph. FR 6-7955. Gainesville furnished. Avail. June 12th. Rental Jr. Day FR 6-7290. nights FR -
Dance hall beer bar. snack bar mo. -
ed. 4131 NW 12th Ter. $60 or write R. T. Stroud P. O. TRAILER <. cabana 2 BR. fur. N. Main
Or House to Rent? building 40 x 80, 1 acre land. or FR 2-37M. per SE 47th $35 monthly, yearly basis. No 6-5015. Office corner
located near High Springs on mo. Call 376-2641 or 376-930 ask Box 365. St. Augustine. nished $55 per mo. 1724 children pets or students. 815 and 23rd Blvd.Quality.
441. For Information come to ONE-1 BR furn. apt with privateent. for Mr. Haynes. modern clean 1 bedroom Ter. Couples or couple with NW 13th St. Phone FR 65323or
Motel 41, 5 ml. No. of High Also a 2 BR apt with air NICE. freshly painted 1 Bedroom. apart., $75 per mo. Call small child. Ph. FR 2-1576. FR -M33..
Springs on 441, Lake City road. conditioner. Walking dist. to $45 per month. Phone FR 4-6481. FR 2-4625. 2 BEDROOM 5 room apartment
REMEMBER-A rental vacancy COSTS town. Call FR 2-5514. See 15 SW 3 Avenue. N.W. 7th Ter. Available June
IF want bargain a good
you a
BEDROOM apartment, 1st. Seen by appointment. $75 !
1 garage
store all colored trade. ,
grocery Closeto 1 completely furnished
CLEAN 4 room apartment.
YOU MORE than the ad that will rentit call me.8. good You must credit.have Ph.collateral FR-. shopping 609 N.E. 6th St. upstairs center.or downstairs, near 9th furnished.St. $50 For FR at 6-2641 309 S.E.or Month. Phone F R 6-3825. See real dream living In Shadow Homes
Phone FR 2-1391. $65 per month. shopping See at 612 N.W. Lawn Estates. Models .
6-7231 days, FR 2-0641 nights. 10th Ave. or phone 6-3549. $75 6-2930 Mr. Haynes. 46 Unfurnished Apts.
1 BR living room large patio, per mo. NICE downstairs efficiency apt.. D. Oliver Bldr. WESTVILLA
walk-In closets. large built in Ideal Ph. FR 2-0866
42 Forms & Acreage kitchen. Phone FR 2-3826. 2 BR furnished apart with porch. close in. Util. & or woman. TWO bedroom duplex, kitchen West on NW 39th Ave. past
Near University. See at 411 N.W. for working man equipped. $85 per month. I the Glen .
2-2582. Springs intersection. N.W. 16th Ave.
NICE I BR furnished apt. Private 531 SE 2nd PL
15th St. or call 2-4647. $55 per See at 4166 NW 6th St. See sign on left.
Here's what your Vacancy COSTS YOU BEAUTIFUL roiling 2 to 5 acre bath & entrance. Hot & cold mo. L
estates. Choice of wooded or water furnished. $50 per mo. EAST SIDE TWO bedroom apt. available immediately & 37th St.
permanent pasture. 7 miles westof Phone 2-9704 or 2-1995. EFFICIENCY apt., private entrance ; lower level of duplex -..--

EVERY DAY until it is rented : Gainesville. $600 per acre- UTILITIES FURNISHED close In, ter furnished.& bath. Summer Lights & hot student wa- GARDENAPARTMENTS ; stove and refrig., situated 1105
be the first to make your choice! 2 rooms private bath, off-street about 3 tlks. off campus. WATCH FOR I
preferred. Ph. FR 6-5824. Phone TERMSWALTER
4th SO
NW Ave. $ per. mo.
U nUed Farm PI.
Call or see parking no pets. IS SW 2nd IMPORTANTANNOUNCEMENT

IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: Agency 372-2954. NICELY furnished all private cot CB rated duplex private 3 rooms bath and newly entrance deco $57 per month upGainesville's FR 6-5871.

FARMS RANCHES ACREAGE tage type apt. 1 BR, screened hot water and lights furnished Finest Cooperative apartments to
RURAL PROPERTIES porch & carport cool shady yard. nice yard for Barbecues. Ideal E. C. "CURLY" be built in Gainesville. For I
$40 per mo. . $1.33 per day No pets. 410 NW 24th St. Call for 2 or 3 gentlemen or girls. Furnished or unfurnished information call FR 62921or
ROBERTS C SMITH. REALTORU.S. 1 and 2 bedroom apart
372-8087. Lovely write:
Reasonable. 814 N.E. 11th Ave.
$50 per mo. . $1.66 per day Hwy.Ph.441 466-3120 Micanopy Fla. FURNISHED apartment for rent Sat. or Sun.. after 5:30 p.m. week. 9608.ment. 309 NE 9th St. Phone :376- P. O. Box 13956 I STUBBS,
Homes Lot Income Easiness -
air-condi- days. '
for two male only Gainesville Fla. INC.
2 ACRES 10 paved miles out. central heating u t II. 1 BR, 1226V* N.W. 8th St.. $65. and Lake Property.
$55 per mo., .-? % $1.83 per day Comfortable older :3 B.R. home tionlng furnished. Phone 2-8433 or 64173. ON 301 In Waldo furnished kitchen 1 BR 419 N.W. 2nd Ave., $55. Farms and Acreage. University Park
and all utilities
bedroom private bath -
'W with modern bath; 16 bearing pecan EFF.. 419 N.W. 2nd Ave.. $45. E. C. "CURLY" KUEHN, Jr. I' "We Trade Houses"WIN
$60 mo. .7. $2.00 day trees; Whole price $4,000.00. EFFICIENCY apartment private etc. Weekly rates. 448-1184. 1 BR, 3505 N.W. 17th St., $65. 63S N. MAIN ST.
per Apts.
per Requires 3000.00 cash. OUCHI bath and entrance. Very clean. :NICELY furnished apts. for rent. 2 BR 1010V* W. Univ. Ave., $75. FR 6-2032 Broker FR 6-C5U
ARCH CAMPBELL. REALTORPh. Adults. 708 E. Univ. Ave. 1-1 BR apt. 2-2 BR apts. 503 MCKINNEY-GREEN INC.
$65 per mo. . $2.16 per day 376-5707. ANYTIME DUPLEX 2 BR furnished apt. Gas NE 4th Ave. Realtors FR 2-3617

for cooking & heating. Cold UIfflntnnglln3ii1nggmmm0nntftqfflgnnlifnom08mnnBimmm8mnmmb! '' IHIIIIII
$70 per mo. . $2.33 per day FORDYCEACREAGE water furn. Private front & back 1806
entrance. Phone FR 24400.

$75 per mo. . $2.50 per day ROOMY NE 18th 1 Place.BR, living room, kitchenette I= COMPARE i iI THIS iiowk'

NEW LISTINGS private bath & private
$80 per mo. . $2.66 per day Approximately 20 acres $4,400, entrance. No pets. Apt. 208. 204
beautifully high and rolling. Just NE 5th Ave. Ph. 6-0266. II

$85 per mo. . $2.83 per day off a paved road. Excellent for TWO Bedroom Trailer $60; one THESE HOME VALUES -
truck farming. Wonderful soiL bedroom, $ &. On 5 acres. Adults
only. Sorry no pets. -. -,
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$90 per mo. . $3.00 per day Small farm. IS acres with beau- 6th St. Call 29838. gi '
tiful view. 5000. North of i t ? .
2 BR 1st floor furnished apt. large $ 111'v, ,_ -:
$95 per mo. . $3.16 per day Gainesville. $110 rooms, screened porch clean, Norwood E '.; -i'
Approximately 160 acres an
( :
freshly painted, sprayed monthlyfor _

$100 per mo. . $3.33 per day and property 12 won't miles last from Is an long.Gainesville.This excellent. per Phone Water FR furnished.6-5883. $60 i SAVE! Hope"H" I ,. I

YOUNG COUPLE or aged couple Inc.
FORDYCEAssociates preferred, but no children or 53 I
pest Upstairs apt. Available now. 0nhl1ltltilllh1s1llllu1uhim1lfflubnlffiffffmen
Inc. Call 6-6512. We Trade Homes | ,
.26 W. Univ. 376-1236 1115 NW 40th DriveS or Property


1575 Acre working cam ranch The following are ready for
within :35 mi. Gainesville appr. 1 = We must sacrifice this occupancy.
mL paved road highway frontage -Our inventory is too
well fenced $125.00 per acre with much-We will take 3707 N.W. 21st PI.
nice 3 br, cent heat & A-C home 4 BR, 2 bath, $650 down. E ..
35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for SaleI I Included. Call Mary Moeller. You$750 for our $17.000 equity. $105 mo.
40 Acres 10 ml Gainesville, off GUIDEby Approximate mortgage. 1442 NE 16th PI. I

:3 BR Fla. Rm, Carol Estates SPACIOUS 2 story 4 bedroom 2 state Rd 26 $350 per acre g Hurry to take advantageof 3 BR, IV* bath $350 down. E

&near assume schools.VA Pay loan with low equity$77.94 bath pool. N.E.frame Phone house.FR Swimming 2-3738. S.W. Th acre Ranchettes restrict.ed. The James Co. = this. $98 per mOo and the TAPPAN appliances! in it

mo. payments. Ph. 376-0539. 2024 NE 16th Terr.
The James Co. of Gainles-
2 BR Home corner lot. West Park BY OWNER attractive 4 BR 2 3 BR 2 bath, $350 down. $93. 5
available vllle. Inc.. Builders of Kings-
area. Reasonable payments. Ideal bath. lovely yard. Air cond.. S.W. one acre berry Homes for this area will 1115 NE 5th St. per week. Come out and see this luxurious new home-The Chesterfield. Enter
cent. heat. dbl. util. rm.. swim
for June young 1st. See 1031 Available N.W. 55th by tance club Metcalfe membership.& Howard Walklna Bishop.dis. 95 on acres property.Colonial borders Home.on 2 another lakes be tions happy you to might answer have any concern-ques- 3Br.ZBath 3330 & 3320 I the Toppan Sweepstakes-first prize is $25.000 which Tappan will

Ter. FR 6-1351. $98 mo. 2832 NE 11th Terr. Ph. within 25 ml. Gainesville.Call Mary Ing home one of ownership.those people You mightbe that Our Loss Your Gain NW 30th Ave. deposit in a bank for you to apply towards purchase of this home.
376-2349. $30.000. good terms. 3 BR I bath $500 dn, 79.50 ,
J. W. Moeller. now owns a home but found -Our inventory must Hundreds of other valuable prizes. too. And nothing to buy. All
NEW that it Is now Inadequate, if be lowered We will permo. you
KIRKPATRICKCHARM home In Melrose Large this Is the case a call to The have do is in the when
2-Story to enter
3 bedroom 2 bath homes near beautifully landscaped. James Co. could very well take $750 for our equi- 4617 SE lit PI. i your name Tappan Sweepstakes you

In a colonial manner on a school V.A. nothing down only yard solve your problems. By this ty. You assume $13.600 4518 & 4608 SE 2nd PI. visit our model home.TAPPAN .
corner lot in Black Acres. Brick $100 closing. FHA minimum 2 Story home, near Gainesville Approximately we mean trading in your pre- (Approx.>)> mortgage 3 B R, 1 bath, $400 dn, $68 =:
down payment/ N.W. 6th St. and 40 acres. Suitable for sent home. ocr mo.
and frame dbl-hung windows with Hurry! We must sell
shutters, fireplace carpet 3 bedrooms 37th Place.NORTHEAST. guest or nursing home on lake. There are I number of ques- now! 303 SE 38th St.304tr314SE39thSt.. : Built-in appliances as featured on
baths two car ga .
rage. 23800.00 3 bedroom. 2 bath home many MARY MOELLER. REALTOR tions that trading.we can We answer feel concerning that- I 3 BR 1 bath, $400 dn. $44 E THE TODAY SHOW LIFE LOOK SUNSETGet
SPECIAL in Size-
so many ways: Ave. FR 6-4471
1019 W. University
built-in features on large lot. FHA by talking with us you > can permo.
3: bedrooms 2
Area Llttlewood financed $500 down payment pick a suitable floor plan and 3236 NW 29th Ave. E
Bonus A playhouse 43 Colored Property exterior design that will suit :I Norwood 3 BR 2 bath, $650 dn, $91 ::!

Terms Price -- Very$14,400.00Mortgage flexible DAN BYRDASSOCIATES your plans needs that we from keep our on many hand.A per mo. II full details and enter the Tappan Sweepstakes at our
HOMES FOR SALE call to the James Co. will Hope
414 pet. & 3311
INC.Jack 2 & 3 Bedrooms SE 14th St. &
SPACE for get all the facts about any model home NE 31st Ave. in
for your full-size your grand buffet piano space space for DeVot Realtor SE 7th Ave. Some no down pay type financing, any questionsyou I "H" Inc. NW 30th Ave. I on
AssociatesE. ment. Some small down pay- might have without any 4 BR. 2 bath, $600 dn $91
king-size bed. and elbow
room for you and all the family E. Holloway-Christine Stone $;.Also Monthly homes payment built on$57 your to obligations on your part. per mo. I

too.Superior construction and reasonably 825 N.W.Walter 13th Street Stoddard- 372-2511 lot for no TOMMY down payment.Call RIDGELL. We have lots available Inmost p We Trade Homes 3224 NW 30th Ave. Highland Court Manor

priced at $24.500.00. Call night or day Builder Phon FR i-4175 any section of town for or Property1IIIJIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIUIlHIJIlIIIIIIIIIlllnlll 3 B R, 2 bath, $550 dn. $86 ,
LAKE ROSA frontage and a you to choose from. I permo.IllUlBW1IIHIIIIIII1IIIItIIIIIIIIlI. _.
year == =:=
round, modern 3: bedroom ARMY Officer transferred must ? the swim club communityby
masonry. -
house with 4 car garage sell 3 BR. 2 bath. Fla. room. 44 Cottages for Rent Jimmy Womeldurf and Gene !!! llll1IIII! } I
and large lot. Recently reducedto In N. W. Near School. $15,500. Paramore have over 30 years :9y
Negotiate equity. FR 2-5043. combined experience In the FOR RENTl24SE7thSt.
$18.000. Ready for immediate FURNISHED 1 BR cottage all ALL OUR HOMES ARE
Consider construction of homes. By careful 5 OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY .
occupancy. rentingfor UNFURNISHED house for rent, 3 electric tile shower good ventilation i I
I six month period.J. bedroom 2 bath, kitchen equipped located on Santa Fe i supervision by Jim and S SEEING ANYTIME IF 3 BR. 1 Bath
large yard. 2110 N.E. 12th Lake. Phone FR 2-5458 or FR 2-' Gene homeowner It will to enable get more you as home the YOU WILL JUST CALL. 1 Year Lease $95 per Mo.BBOmIOOB080BBO31100BBBIBIIIOM. by Kirkpatrick & Pierson -
1123 S.E. 4th STREETFR
Ter. 372-6450. 8169. for your money and certainly. 6-53O1orFR6-7939 .1 Office-NE 23rd Bird. & llth Terrace-Phone 372.3471
Santa Fe makes construction
HOUSE on Little Lake The James a .
37 Real Estate ExchangedTRADE private beach. dock boat. $40 to be beyond compare. r.-.m--.--..-......-......._ .. -
weekly. Call FR 64943.
I By building primarily the
1962 Lande 1 BEDROOM TRAILER, NO Klngsberry home we feel we
Home 2
10W52 for 3 BR home Gaines- PETS FR 2-5633. have a great advantage and HOUSE HUNTING?
ville. Cash difference If price great opportunity for you as
BEACH HOUSE on Crescent Beach
the purchaser to pick design
right. Contact L. B. Earls. Legion
a few weeks still free. Call FR
Trailer and floor plans that are create
Park. Starke. 5-SMi ed by some of the country's CHECK THESE NORTHWEST

38 Real Estate Wanted 45 Furnished Apts. leading architects.If REALTORWEEK

W. KIRKPATRICKRealtor you desire complete Infor. HOMES TODAY:
mation call The James Co. and
91 N. Main Phone FR 2-6404 TEACHER wants to buy 3 or 4 NICELY furnished convenient we will be happy to come to
Member Multiple Listing bedroom .country home with downtown area. $75. Also garage your home and spend any FHA & VA
ASSOCIATES: acreage or home In nice older apt. air conditioned. $90. Adults amount of time necessary to
Floye Mathiasen Irene Bunnell ; section of town. Send details to only no pets. Inquire .Lillian's explain The James Co. systemof
A. W. Reece.. Caph. USN. Ret. box 424-M, Gainevllle Sun. Music Store. home ownership.We .
can secure FHA VA and
IN THE several different types of conventional
FUN financing.Let bedroom, two bath colonial model. "All brick

: us mention a few of front. comer lot, paved street all city services, walkto
the Homes that are either under elementary and Junior High schools. Only $550

construction. or In the down; only $94.53 per month complete. These homesare
planning stage.4Bedroom new and almost ready for occupancy.

3 full tile baths
with over 2300 Sq. Ft. living
area. You must see this hometo
appreciate it. We will tradeon $13,500Three
this one.3Bedroom. !

SUNBOATS 1bath with I
NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA I hardwood floors located on bedroom one bath model with double access Ii
well shaded lot. Small down- I to master bath. Stunning exterior elevation. lOOx

payment. FHA.Construction I 1 00 foot lot. Lots of windows. Only $450 down FHA. REAL ESTATE

& MOTORSWHO to start soon on Monthly payments only $81.00 per month.
N.E. Gainesville. Call now
WOULD LIKE THE 76th] 24" GRILLS and make all color selections.All $15,000Three
HUNTER Fiberglass Fishlgg:! 12 Plywood fishing boats. HOOD-SPIT AND MOTOR these will be brick veneer.
Boat Introduced by FRANK $49.50 $10." We have 40 lots on 39th Ave.
PHILPOTTT GOOD YEAR SERVICE STORES 1CWX276'. Pick a lot and house bedroom two bath Sherwood model. 1200 FORUM"Home
CHARGE THE TACKLE BOX 725 N. Main 372-3537 plan to suit you. square feet of modem living space. Only $100 down

TT> Heart Of East Gainesville Now under construction 3- VA or $450 FHA. Monthly payments of approximately
FRANK PH I LPOTT'S Check with CharlieFR Bedroom, 2 baths with 1453 $91.00 per unit complete. -
SPORT CENTER 2-17'1- List of Classifications to choose Sq. Ft. floor area double car.
Home Of HUNTER Fiberglass from port on shaded 100x276 lot. Will
Fishing Boats.McCULLOCH trade on this one. $12,250Our Ownership1will

Trailers and JACKSON Sailing ONLY DEALER Skiing Swimming-Diving.
Canoes.Whet. JOHNSONSEA best buy at a popular price. Three bedroom be discussed in forum
Fishing Equipment. bath different open
one home. new and distinctively at $400
Quality Sells Itself HORSE MOTORS I down FHA. 100x100 lot with trees $74.00 a month
SALES AND SERVICE Safety .Items. ,
20 N.W. 14th Ave. lone Star Boats. Orlando Clipper II I I total payments. Newly clean and ready for a family.All Wednesday May 27 -
FR 2-5011 or FR Ul93 Boats. Ski supplies. Sailing rigs. Golfing Equipment. II I city services walk to elementary and Junior High .

BAIRD'S MARINE I I schools. .
Men. Thru FrL M p.m. Sat. MOther Tennis Equipment. I 8:00 P.M.
Times by Appointment 601 S. MA'N ST. All of these homes are located on N.W. 39th Street

Baseball Equipment. N.W. 13th and 14th Place and are readily acces-

SWIMMING For More Information sible 'to downtown, medical center, VA Hospital and -
Ads POOLSBE Where to Fish. First Federal
Sun Want Call nearby shopping center. -

CAREFREE Plus many many more TheJames WHY PAY RENT? Savings & Loan Lobby -, -

Get Results Enjoy Master a clean Pool and Service healthy Inc.pool. ADVERTISE IN' THE Co. Sales Office N.W. 39th Ter. in Palm View

Supplies 3. Monthly cleaning
service. sponsored in the public interest by
FR JS343 44060 2-3171 SERVICE DIRECTORY Of Gainesville Inc.

Builder of Kingsberry Estates.BUTLER

Homes BROTHERS The Gainesville

MR. MERCHANT: To place your ad in the OFFICE 372-2527 PHONE

Fun in the Sun section I, NIGHTS & HOLIDAYS Board of Realtors
PHONE 372-8441
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49 Rooms For Rent <<54'Household Goods <65< .MIic Fir Sal. 77 Mobile Home* for Sale -

Tio DEx"1l- FREEZER CHEST TYPE. Guar 85 AufflmoBiles for Salt 85 AUTOMOBILES for SAL 17 Automobiles Winter I

NICE downstairs rooms. close anteed. Can deliver. 85740. ROUND OAK table with 6 chairs. 1958 HICKS trailer. 5 x 4T. with :
in, private entrance off-treet 11 x 30 cabana. Air
Refrigerator service In your washstand. Empire style love conditioned
HILLMAN convertible 1958 Minx ELECTRONIC TEST
Parking. S31 SE 2nd PL Ph. FR 3 BR. furnished. EQUIP. KITS. CARS WANTED. 1950-54 Fords. I.
ANNOUNCEMENTS home. No service charge on repairs. seat with 2 chairs. Wicker chaise 374-7317. in
MERCHA 22582. good condition. $450 Call Fit No time to build. EICD SCOPE t Chevrolet AI Herndon Service -
1 1. M..rIa.I Wanted refrigerators and lounge. Reupholstered 2I e c e NOW SHOWING 2-9702. w-sw. SIG TRACER. RCA
Station, tU SE 4th St.
C&rl .1 Tknk. It 'hilt.. a. an LARGE clean cool room accessto freezers needing repair. FR 2-1330. sectional. Mahogany bedroom 1944 MOBILE HOMES VTVM. MiSCf. See at 2911 N.E.
IL at A P.u.A l2Macktht,7 A 1..1. = shower & refrigerator. Linens REPRESSED suite with twin beds. Other household I and3 bedrooms all Floor Mercury Monterey. 1959 4-door se 11th Ter, after 7:00 P.M.
4 Pers.nflied Senlen a Bgfl4Jg Materials & maid service weekly. FR 2- items Nearly-Nu-Furniture Plans. Terms tailored to meet dan. Air conditioned radio. heat.
I Trani ....raaUO. SI H..a.k.4 G.... 1185 or 21981. 416 NE 2nd Ave. HELP 4-4892.Shop. 316 N.W. 8th Avenue. FR your budget. Drive a little and er white side walls. ExceptionAlly 86 SWAP CARS FAIRERBY
I Spest&I N.tlui m save a lot at clean. Reasonable. FR 2-131X
a COZY single room. front corner.
1224 E. Univ.
FIrIM Mb.. r..rSal.- window awning well furnished SAVE MY CREDIT ROSE'S Lawn Mower Service. I CONNOLLYMobile
a &I7 suters, on C&r .1 Tratiac P..ta B gentleman only. 231 SE 2nd St.. I've been transferred out of town am back at old stand, 516 W. Home Sales. Inc. MERCURY. 1955 Station wagon. WILL trade 157 Oldsmobll 88 in
p rlNel T. G. Lad U ArUeI.. Wnt. near post office. cred dept. seys responsible party University Ave. I buy. sell and 2 Miles North on U. S. 441 Radio heater automatic trans excellent Condition. with premiumtires :
Tktgs T. ... .9 F... OU A W.... i can take over pmts. on my turn. trade. 1st class repairs, as *t- Phone 622-8144 mission. Good tires. Good condi for Jeep bi like condition.
':. Boati Haria. EaI. NICE room also small efficency. 2- e-Tllar'-e/ now In Sor"e. Group ways._ Closed Sundays tion. 1. owner. 3772340. Phone 244 Cedar Key. FAR :
71 5 beds. private entrance bath. consists of nylon covered sofa bed -
I.UTOMOTIVI Calli' Baar. na. 1944 FLEETWOOD 57 X 10 3 BR.
Ei screened porch. $55 Mo. I or 2 also matching chair 2 end tables I. 70 Boats MERCURY 1956. Black and White.
11 OflCS .. -Mann* Equip. $330 down.
7$ ZP1S lalli-Entail E.I Take over payments
bachelors. N.W. FR 2- m. matching cocktail table with mar t v-8 A.T.. P.S.. P.B.. radio heat- GAINESVILLEAUTO
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77 M.aDe B..ea for lale H..ltIJ Mete&JIs i ot S70B3 per mo. James H. 1964 :
LARGE proof tops. Bedroom suite dresser er. Phone 3764063. Very goodcondition.
78 Tr.eks tar lal. room for men. twin beds 1 Fiberglass boat trailer 8.37 Brown. Waldo. 448-1755. SALES
rent with tilting mirror on chest .
singe: or double. Showers,
7' Tracks Wallte' h.pScott motor
.0 A Truck Ih.tala REAL ESTATE FOR SALE E 2nd refrigerator.Ave.LARGE Call 2-1981. 416 N.E. full with size foam bookcase padded bed.chairs dinette, family set tras. $500 cash. Phone with 372-0786.many ex- 23 ness.years Deals in Mobile Service Homes to satisfy Busi PLYMOUTH 1961 2-door sedan VI 1007 N. Main St. FAIRLANE :

az TraDer a..I&1I 25 Special attention AT. heater, 4 new W-W tires. Phone FR 2.6315
size Norge refrigerator with full Crlscraft cabin cruiser hull you. given to
II M.terCJe1e. & Sc.otera 13 L.te for. Sal. E_! room with private entrancefor size freezer & crisper shelves on No. C-1D-062. power with Crls- U of F students. Butts Mobile Whte with black Interior. $900 or AS LOW AS :
-.110.. Zepafro U Wa........' r..1'tJ businessman or woman. Call door deluxe range Is also included. craft KL.1OS engine in first class Homes. Inc.. across from Gainesville equity and take up payments. Northcentrol Florida'Independent
-.IIUe.. tar 1&Je 14 ftsuu 1'01' I&1e I FR 2-8242. This group originally sold for 1949, condition. Price $2,500. Boat docked Livestock Market. 441 Northat Mr. Edgar L. Wight 462-1173. Largest

14 Swap. Can 31 CeUaeI F... Ssl E NICE rooms for rent. 1607 N.W. Now only at Old Clay Landing. Suwannee city limits. 3744341. VOLKSWAGON 1957 Recently Dealer
St aeal Esta$. ZulauCt' Ei 12th Road. Phone FR 2-4972 or River near Camp Azalea. Only 3 left at CLOSE-OUT PRICES overhauled. Good condition 475. I 1996 J I
EDUCATJNAL II a.aI Ealat. Woated FR 6-6083. $263 test cruise by arrangement. Call SAVE to $1,500 Call 376-8615 or 372-2881.

U Id.11 A .tncUoa* :: Ois of Towo Property Ii NICELY furnished newly decoratedroom Archer 495-2121 during day or BANK FINANCING VALIANT 1963. clean. WW tires,
Butisa, No take 495-2402 at
1.1 Maui. Dutla,. Pr.perii. money down over payments night. NEW 10' wide mobile homes
IA..W&aM4-JaaWa.u.. .. RUltle.Ual 1ams for career girt. Share bath 82.25 wk ask for furniture automatic. V-200. Small equity or VOLKSWAGEN
Town &
Country Sales
With one girl. Limited kitchen and assume payments.
n Vaa i in storage at 72 Office older car :
Equipment 3860 SW. Archer
Rd. FR 222900IT'S
4J Colored PrOJl'rty == privileges. Phone 376-5426 Call FR 23813 after 5:30 or FR SHAW&KEETER
.J.I 6-3162 in afternoon and ask for
Color" ..
11 Work Wasted Mali1rW.rk'Wsated .perty. Silts S NICELY furnished room. Maid FOOLISHto
Icmals S service. Parking space. Reason- WAREHOUSE GAINESVILLE'S largest: volume office Bob both places. :
n RENTALS able rates. 210 E. Univ. Phone 3622 Beech Blvd.. FL '5541 supply cealer. Chesnufs pay more. RECKLESS to Jetfire hardtop
lIalea Oldsmobile! -
Help Wao'ed FR 6-7423. Open dally .... Sat. 94. Sun 12 tJex. Office Equipment Co. Invites pay less. GET THE REAL 1963
r n fleIp.-MaI& or Felllal. .. Cou.C" F. Fla. Delivery assured any to coire in and yew FACTS. Payments as low as coupe. air conditioned 230 W. University :
Rut shop. or call
U Mal. Wantod Cl SEIN. ,'ee",, coo1 mad for
Draaahe Furuhtd Aria. i ice dally use of phone. reason-serv-I whereSMALL. free delivery. Chesnufs Offce 137.29 per month with $300 down.LAKE 4 speed transmission. Caris MILLER- V'A i FR 2-0503

U a&1. Jisip W..ted 46 UllfUl'IIlslled Apt.. 2 able. Mevin: L. Smith 622 N.E. I refrigerator for sale Equipment Co. 104 W. Univ. GENEVA parked on Univ. City BROWN -J
n H..... Ave. In Downtown Mobile Homes SalesRt.
for R..I "ara. Gainesville.
Mr. ._
2nd St. 6-1423. coll FR 6-8869 100 SE Bank parking lot. See .. u. I
fA flavors for Rent Keystone Hts Fia .
FARMS LIVESTOCK u a..... r... B.llt $35 PER fro Large corner room 73 Musical Merchandise Foster or Mr. Johnson at DIRECTORY
U F&ri Eq.Ipmoat : Hotel Ro.i I and office room cross ventila- 66 Misc .For Sale. BELIEVE IT the bank. FR 2-3582 SERVICE -
Z7 Feed rrUUzer EentIi tion. best part of city. 321 N.E.
tl Lh..teek .. S.pplle 3rd St.DOUBLE. WURLIT2ER Mahogany spinet OR NOT 1964 RENAULT 2.000 miles $1195. -
II Laada..pla Sail IU Woated. T. Real ADMIRAL I( cubic Ft. Refrigerator piano. Queen Ann style WOO 63 Comet ......... .. ......... S1393
Pots A Buppile<< Top. .I: sarder... "a.'ed ii room with private bath frost free Good. S45. Enghsh -PIANO, Save MOO. 10 x 46 2 BR fur- 61 Renault ................. $"5
11 Lh.&oclt Wanted 1&IS ome. D.ik apace Ii: and entrance with pool privileges. Bike Loaded $16. FR 23075. FR 2-2487 good after condition.6:00 $100. C a 11 nlshed only $3195. 1330.40 down. 63 Renault ....._............. $795 ENGLISH FORDPRICES
ilvaincia P.M.
&eat&Ja Call FR 6-8115 until 5.30. 26748 SS4.IW per month. 1960 Vouxhall. $320

FINANCIAL "Ightl.LARGE ALL CHANNEL T. V. antenna ORGAN SALE Over 50 models to choose from 1962 Ford Galaxie .......... 1495

.. aula... Op"rt..1&J. SERVICE bedroom. private bath, facilities Double stack complete. Nothing Of Christmas Left overs. An TRAILER MART Phone 372-3407 or FR J-0245.
n 5pe.ta Senlcea for light meals. 306 N.E. else to buy. $15. Brants. new
11 Savings
M.II." a. lAu up to 30 MUST SELL Pontiac Catalina 1963
as Morigage. ZJ H.o laprena.llt. i!! 7th Ave. FR 21708. 513 NW. 8th Avenue per cent. Earls Piano Co. HWY. 17 PHONE 321-1050 factory eirCondltiOnlnRpower.. .

II M.7 Wllltel U IS aadl. TV Senlct' i5 COOL. quiet study room. adjoining DOWLING'3 UPHOLSTERY 702 W. Univ. Ave. 3722222 SUNDAYS I TO 6 steering power brakes R 6H
AppUaact ..
).rnlara !Ii sleeping porch. kitchen privilegesto Chairs. low as $8. No money SPINET PIANO. to transfer to EAST PALATKA FLORIDA $2.. 00. Call 25457. NOW START :

---! ---.-..-....."-'"".'.".'._.. ..... .. ......._._ right people. Between Campusand down low as IS per month. good local home. Simply assume 1961 PEUGEOT 403 excellent con-
WIIiJUW-HttIlllllllflD'1I1I1IIIJ i town. See 202 N.W. 12th Ter. Free estimates pickup and delivery small payments. We'll transfer 78 TRUCKS FOR SALE dition. 1 owner. $99 or best .

46 Unfurnished ph. 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. Call 6-5348 or 6-2100. service. All work guaran and fully guarantee Write for offer. Call FR 259S3 evenings. .
teed. Phone 3767780.TRADE details and :
NICE for rent. 1607 N.W. Inspection, Credit TON 1956 Ford
rooms Pickup, enclosed 1960 Alpine new paint lob.
Mgr. 105 Dodd RED
2 BEDROOM 12th Road. Phone FR 2-4972 or your costly to operate gia.> St.. Rome Geor. steel bed. price S45 Call 376- wire wheels good condition. 9395E.CRANE
unfurnished apart FORDYCE FR 6-6083. ELECTRIC water heater and 2978
RENTALS Phone 376-7824 after S PJA. .
ment. :323-B N.E. *th Street. US $48 for a new glasslined GAS WURLITZER :
Month. Water furnished. FR 6-5197 Call our agency to find the water heater. Much more hot America's No. 1956 and. 1957 Ford pickups. Excellent EXTRA clean cars $95 to $595
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after 5.GARAGE. house you wish. Many listed. 51-A Wonted To Rent water at about half the cost with piano and cond. throughout. Will sell 98 day 5C-50 guarantee. No down
organs are at Earl's
Also apartments furnished. OUR LP GAS. PROPANE, Gainesville's Piano Co. Cither one. FR 3T?.4904. payment, small weekly or monthly MOTOR CO. 516 S. MAIN ST.
Apt. I bedroom. rlVIt.. FURN. 2 or 3 BR house or equal Wurlit- -
like new hardwood zer Deaie. 7W W. payments. .
floors. stove. ly large apartment for Sept. 1. university
Ave. Phone 80 Tractors & Truck Rentals 1636 SE 3rd Ave. Phone 3723749. = --
& ref. turn. Garage & storage INC. Call Roger Hatten 376-9361 or HOOVER and KENMORE home 372-1222. ti .
space. 1817 NW. 6th St. $65 Per nt W. Univ. John Hundley 3729128. floor polishers excellent operating PRACTICE PIANO SALE 1964 4-door air-cond. CHEVY II _
month. Phone FR 20929 after 6. ____ 376-1236 condition, $1150 ea. PLAT RENT a truck one-way anywhere Nova. This car Is one month
UNFURNISHED STEREO Optigon, Victorian Lowe- FORM ROCKER. S12SO. 3764640. Upright pianos, some as is, some In the USA. from United Rent. old and is being offered at $450
SPACIOUS 2 bedroom duplex, kitchen 2 bedroom house. Seat and other furnishings appropriate factory rebuilt priced from $25 below lowest available Gainesville I
equipped. 4146 N.W. 10th St. $70 month. Unfurnished 2 bed- to'this period. Call BUYER'S CLOSE OUTS. Have new and up. Gridley Music Co., Ails. 625 NW 8th Ave FB5 JS. price. Call FR 6-9950 days
_No pets $85 mo Call FR 6-1897 room house $60 month. Furnished Florida Players 6-3261 ext. 2671 merchandise daily. Special Extra Gainesville Shopping Center. FR 1
duplex apt. $90 month. FR or 2-1213 after 5:00 P.M. Discount Prices. Always wel. -5353.. $3 Motorcycles & Scooters 0" 372 5032 evenings Yes! It's True!

47 Houses for Rent 6-7466. come. DIXIE MILLS SUPER I960 RAMBLER deluxe Six. 22.500
Furn. DISCOUNTS. 1* S.W. 1st Avenue. actual miles by original owner.
HOUSE for rent. See house 2400 52 Boarders Wanted Automotive LAMBRETTA '63 Mechanically ex- Needs minor body work. other-
blk. Hawthorne Rd. 2 BR $40 SIMMONS HIDE-ABED. Slip covered cellent. No reasonable offer re wise perfect. Reasonable. Movingto
ON LAKE GENEVA 2 bedroom. I monthly. Medium standard house. ROOM and Board for girls. Privalt grey frezze upholstery like fused. Call FR 21426 or Univ. Calif. & must sell. call C. H. NO FLIM- lAM
large Florida room month or 1 __Call FR 22840. to rent. bath Washing Machine. Phone new. $90 2 pair gold drapes 77 Mobile Homes for Sale ext. 2355. Marlowe FR 2-1369 after 5 P.M.
it.s..ft.:: w,", M.MK. C a U I FR 6-6083. length 54" $I pair FR 6-7978
FOR RENT OR SALE 3 Bedroom. after 5:00 P.M. BRING out the best In your car.
2 BEDROOM heat built in 54 Business Rentals HOMES Superior Auto painting
duplex at 2O16i.E. stove. Call 485-3811 after 3pm. 4 1 LADIES cotton uniforms. reg. 420 NW 13th St. 441 South work. Fast dependable service;
2nd Place. Corner 21st St. House $298 all colors (No white), Closing Gainesville WRIGHT'S
3725113 free pickup delivery.
_open. Call FR 6-4230. I' 2 BR. unfurn. house with stove AIR CONDITIONED out $1.27.Boy's Hours I to 8, Sunday 11 to 7 SPECIAL auto painting 2995. Automotive BODY WORKS. 2031 NW 6th St.

VERY nice. 2 bedroom. CCB. carport large yard quiet street $65 per NEARLY location at new 3733 modern West Ave.or and. girl's knit tennis shirts. Service is a must with us. repairs and tuneup. FR 69707.CONSUL New 1964 1 GMC Pickups
and front porch. Furnished 1 mo. Phone 23329. reg $1 89. size 10 through 1$. 49 Miller 81 Sons. 732 N.W. 1st St.
Ph. FR 6-2472. Weseman Realty cents. Phone 372-0088. 1961 all extras excellent
Including automatic washer. Near I LEASE or SALE. Prof. moving. 1113 N. Main St. DIXIE MILLS SUPER DISCOUNT WYATTTrailer condition. $600 Phone 3728907.
school and shopp'ng center. $110 I 3 6,. 2 bath. Hardwood floors 19 SW. 1st Avenue AIR CONDITIONING. Tune up See after i at 1617 NW. 10th
month. 311 N W. 20th Ave. Phone double garage. Ig. wooded lot. GARAGE. space tor rent 613 S.W. Special $250 for performance
3723039. Faculty 2nd St. Call John Merrill. Real- SEWING MACHINE test. All Ave.
neighbors. 3436 S.W. makes and models. $175 DOWN
2 BEDROOM house, completely furnished 20th St. tor. FR 21494. 1964 Automatic Zig Zag. Looks SalesHome Hawes Powers Motor Co.. Air
000 ft. warehouse space or business and sews like new. Makes Conditioning Servicing Center. FOR THE CORRECT
for summer months. Call
3 BR. 1 Bath complete kitch stitches with In
e n. fancy drop
in the 200 block S.W. 5th of
FR 6-8869. 204 N. Main St., Phone FR 2-
near schools and shopping cen St. $50 per mOo Call 62641 or cams button holes, sews on Pacemaker Mobile Homes 2561. TIME .
2 BR furnished house no pets. ters. For information; Manaro's 6-2930 Mr. Haynes or call 24060 buttons blind hems. overcastsraw Shasta and Airstream $56uIncluding
$70 per mo. 3037 SW ArcherRd. Restaurant. FR 24690. Mr. MizelL edges dams & mends. Travel Trailers 85 FR 2-1411 Per Month
Only $5812. 7 payments at Ocala's AUTOMOBILES for SALE
FR 25633. 3 BR house at 1311 NE 14th Terr. or First Mobile Horn
FOR LEASE OR SALE. Use as 355. Call Dealer
3 -2051. Since 1948
2 STORY. 3 bedroom 2 bath furnished Stove & refrigerator, $115 per offices or retail business. Vi blk 1923 Silver Springs Courtesy Of
house. 1005 SW 13th St. mo. Phone FR 6-2472. Wejeman from Univ. Ave. behind Colonial 30" KENMORE gas range. $65; 2 Phone Blvd. CORVAIR Monza '63, equippedwith

$125 per month. Phon. FR 6- Realty. PIe;. Call :V23695 dr. Phllco refrlg. $85; 10.500. BTU, Ocala 4291358 Fla. I radio heater white side University ChevroletN. : License tag, state sales tax, life

3672. 2 BR house with 2 screened porches 110 volt air conditioner dehumidifier -. I wall tires. 8.000 actual miles. Main St. at 16th Ave. insurance and finance
in NW $165. maple dinette table SPECIAL THIS WEEK Assume payments, small equI- charges.
section. Good condi
I 56 Business Opportunities
BR, 44th .
4221 S W St. $9J.
$25; other misc. items. Phone lO" Wide ty. Will consider -
tion. Water furnished. $75 per used mobile home. I older car for -- ------- -
Call FR 23617 mo. Phone FR 6-3268, ext. 2523. EXCELLENT downlown Sincla i r 376-9909. large lot $2895. 1 Mile S. of equitv call owner at 372-8<<',
Realtors- GREEN. 2 BEDROOM house unfurnished Service Stationopen and doIng ONE hide-a-bed, end tables and call Paynes FR Prairie., For appointment ext. 33. 8-5 weekdays. DODGEDARTDODGETRUCKS Tropical Pontiac

Stove refrigerator and heater. business will lease to responsible coffee table, one large wing- 6-3052. DODGE STATION WAGON '61,
/VAILABLE about June 1st. Furn. 4431 NW 13th St. $70 month. party with adequa t e backed chair. Inquire 1817 N.W. good condition take up paymentsof
3 B R, 2 bath home. Ig screen- FR <-Hl 6-29311 Mr. Haynes. capital. Sinclair Refining Co. 12th Ter. WE BUY $5424 per mo. Call 6-8153 or
ed porch. carport fenced backyard Phone FR 6-0222 or 2-6512. USED 6-1510. POOLE-GABLE CMC Truck Center
with large shade trees. Good CLEAN 2 bedroom house kitchen 30 GALLON glass-lined gas water MOBILE HOMES
neighborhood. Close to high school furnished 838 SW 9th St. $80 i 2 LANE BOWLING ALLEY On W. heater. In good condition. Call ._Top dollar paid, phone 37A-C571 FORD 1956 2 dr. V-a, Automatic 302 NW 8th Ave. FR 2-2583
Univ. Ave. for lease. Opportunity 2.2903 after 5:00 P.M. or weekends transmission, radio, 119 SE First An.
..-U of F. S150 per mo. Phone month. University Realty, FR 2- WE have installed good mechanical -
376-7768 for app 4351.ills for the right man to get In Reasonable price. & have made additional sewer system condition. Call FR 22809. 372-4343 I <;. .

the bowling; alley l business with a Chrome dinette set and 4 chairs new large FORD 1959 V-8 auto, .-.- .. .1
C'CSE In. 2 bedroom furnished NW 40th Ave. 3 BR. CCB small amount of capital. Call. FR spaces which are available now r seatbelts '--- '- --- r.
h....*e. 40] S.E. 2nd St. Call 372 home, separate dining rm. carport 6-26-41 or FR 6-2930. Ask for Mr. with turquoise cover, $25. 906 at Shady Nook Trailer CU 3101 Entering Peace Corps. $500 -- -
1185. front porch. Near Stephen Haynes. N.E. 20th Avenue.PATIORAMA _SW_ 34th St. 374-7559. Ph. Gary Newman at 6-3211 ext.
: 5676 after 4 P.M. or at 2-6189 Value Rated I
saD per mo. 376-5920.
WRY: CLEAN 2 BR house owners -Foster._ i DISTRIBUTORSHIP available. Item sliding doors cornT WO bedroom house trailer S900
have gone North until Nov. CLEAN quiet. 3 BR. 1 bath home allied with new construction. $500 plete 6* x 48". heavy type ana- one bedroom house trailer $750 FORD 1961. 2 dr. 6 cylinder standard HAWESPOWERSMOTOR
15?. Very good deal for right near elem. school $100 per mo Investment secured. Write Box dized aluminum. Traverse rod Can be rented. Phone .V4-8234 shift radio & heater 30. UsedCars
family. Phone 376-2892 515 N.W. 36th Ave. Phone 2-8989. 427-A. COO Gainesville Sun. and drapes. One 10' traverse rod. Monday to Friday 9 to 5.FOR 000 miles. $895. Will trade. Phone I
left draw. Phone 374-5085. 64409. MOTOR CO.
S*.LE. TRADE. RENT. Furn Un- MODERN BR. lYe bath air-con- i DISTRIBUTORSHIP to taverns, restaurants SALE newly redecorated 2 BR, CO.
furn. 3 BR. Fla. Rm. Breakfast ditioned with large screened stores, for beautiful 10 FRIGIDAIRE electric range full trailer & cabana. $600. Owner FORD, 1954 4 dr., auto trans, excellent I
Rm. garaqe. fine location. 725 porch carport and utility room cent to 25 cent candy and drug size with warmer oven and deep leaving state must sell Immedi- condition. 24,000 actual Cadillac Oldsmobile
N.E. 7th Terr. 372-8223 Baaum. with washer-dryer specialties earning high Immediate cooker. good condition. $60. four ately. Archer Rd. Trailer Village miles. New tires. $475. Call 372- 2001 NW 13th St.
601 N.W. 36th Ter.. $125 per cash profit. Expanding manufacturer kitchen bar stools $8; small .lot 16. J. Chaftec. 8304. i New car sales hove been terrific. were loaded with
FURNISHED 3 bedroom home.
mo. Call FR 2-1476 or FR 6-2735. will furnish complete career formica desk $10; Stauffer Pos ---=
Clean. nice neighborhood. $105 ture-Rest reducing lounge cost locally owned trade-ins. Completely reconditioned and
Mo. 1732 N.E. 21st Place. Ph. BUNGALOW furnished 2 BR air- program with exclusive factory S150. will sell for $75. Call daily
Write CHEX. ready to
376-4873.6-4402 McDonald. conditioner located downtown. connection. : weekends 376- go.
after S P.M. or
Phila 32 Pa.
2910 N. 16th St.
$75 mo. Call Mrs. Jones FR 6-
3 BR $75 per mo. & $ rm. $30. 5636.MODERN. 2348 SMITTY SAYSIf
Go Archer Rd. to Tobacco Barn I 61 Wanted to Buy
turn left over RR tracks go to 2 BR home spaclus let BRAND don't like our low prices .
1st rd. turn left. go V mile. on school bus route. 3 mi. from WANTED: water cooler must be

W. Hunt. Brooker! on hiway 231. Call priced reasonable and in good NICKELS. DIMES and MAKE US AN OFFER
FOR RENT 2 BR house furnished 435-2710. working condition. Call 372-8<<1, SILVER DOLLARS. Key Dates &
20" SE 48th St. Call GR 5-5743 ONLY $450 DOWN ext. 2(', 8-5 wsekdays. Commons. Call Larry Levin at

after 5:30 P.M. Closing cost Included.7BRUtpermo. FR 2-2405 between 10 A.M. and
CASH for your used furniture re- ,
VERY nice.. Clean 2 BR. furnished frigerators stoves TVs, clothing 8pm. if A fllf\l Super Sport. Radio, heater,
house near Archer Rd. S minute- 3 BR $72 per mo. etc. FR 23937. William's DUE to divorce I havt a like new I vflLv
drive to Health Center. $95 per See at 2030 N.E. 55th St. Service Center Hawthorne Road. 1964 model ZIg Zag Automatic NEW I automatic trans$3095

me 3722316.SMALL2 Phone FR 2- 2S8. sewing machine that does every I mission steering. .
block house near: 2 BR unfurnished house avail 62 Machinery & Tools thing. We would like someone to power _
June 1st. $50 per mo. 411 SE 17th take up payments of MOO per hard-
Adults Call FR 6- Galaxie 500" -
Campus. only. St. Contact Clyde Dunn.RENTAL TWO A.. Case combines with mo. Small balance. Ph. 372-2051. '

6549.I motors both for $500. Call or USED refrigerator gas range and 04 FORD top. Automatic transmission,

I -BR house. $35 per mo. For write Eugene Haufler Rt 3. 55.000 BTU oil heater with fan. !
Box 217 B. Gainesville, FR 6- steering brakes
almost Phone 374- power power
-tnforrnotion call 376-1467 Heater new. $3095
We have many attractive rentals 3336-
: i In houses turn. & unfurn. 7781. RAMBLER air conditioning. . . . .
ONE bedroom house. $65
per -
BEAUTIFUL. colorful mounted
>o.T5 pe '2-.1529. Lake Cottaqe. call 64 Household Goods sailfish. 62". By AI Pfteguer. / Fury 4 door hardtop.! Radio:
Miami. Fla. Only $145. The Tackle 00 PLY
t frR. ilvrnr.r.It.- in. rm. comb. Box. 1490 Hawthorne Rd. heater, automatic $070 C
mto neighborhood couple or 1ertild. 1019 W. University FR 6-4471 T-A-G APPLIANCESTested
2tcs-3 I!.--46M "?er. $75 HIGH SPRINGS and Guaranteed USED furniture. Single bed '1D. transmission air conditioning. JLIiJ
mo-8- per
42 Refrigerators from $39 up -
2 HOMES for rent. One 3-BR unfur-
< fucauhed .air conditioned: nished. one 2.BR completely fur. t Ranges from $39 up chair $5. Phone FR 4-9631. 326 5-possenger; sedan at i Kombi. Like
SW. 12th St.CLOSE. 163 v'w new1495
17 washers from $1*
house. -.$90 poc mo. Call 3726 nished; $60 each Call or see S.E. up 8000 miles. .
.34 or 6427.TEDROOM Sapp Realtor. Newberry. Fla. a Dryers from $49 up OUT SALE never before price. _.
2 Food-Freezers from $99 up
cottage Quiet. cool 3 BR. 1 Bath CCB house about 7 2 Dishwashers from $49 up On Wallpaper. tic a Roll I ACT NOW! I SuPer Sports. Power steerIng -
tuburban re.. Just off N.W. 34th ml. from city limits of Gainesville 10 TV Sets from $35 up HARPER PAINT CO. 62IMPALA
St. Couple only no pets. Call FR on Newberry Rd. Call 472- JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. 10 SW. 7th St. 373-4344 I automatic transmission -

4:5555. 2003 or 472-2283. 419 NW 8th Ave.Ph. 3725303
NEW clothes for 11" fashion dolls radio, heater. $2095

V* retail price. Many unusual de 17,000 miles. . . . . _
Must to .
signs. see appreciate. _

SERVICES 1004 NE 5th Ave. FR 2-6512. L / / 4-door station wagon. power

. GE apt. size refrigerator, late 'PLY
model $50 or best offer. Call $1763 I 01 steering, power brakes automatic -

374-1128 after 5:00 PM. I I tronsmission. Radio i heater. $1295
RCA PORTABLE record player
leather case. 45 speed Good :: I Air. . . .

Home And Business dition. S25. Call 374-1131. 4-door AuomatitransmiSSion

IF SOMEONE IN YOUR FAMILYis 6 Passenger Station /62 FALCON wagon. !

hard of hearing encoura g e radio,

him to enloy the benefit of a hearing Wagon at never _ _ miles.
Auto Glass Plumbing aid GAINESVILLE HEAR. heater 17,500 $1 [
ING AID. 620 NORTH MAIN before price. 545
CO. Real Sharp. . . . . .
AUTO GLASS is our only busi Act Now
ness. Immediate Installation; 6used fixtures complete TRADE-IN SALE 4-door edan. Automatitransmllllon
free pickup & delivery. Add plumbing service "BIG" JIM II /62 FALCON
beauty 8. value HUGULEY, Gainesville Plumb- $
to your car. FR 2-1589. 1 Elna Freearm $60 TjyiVirR7dio7TQ95

MAULDIN'S AUTO GLASS Co.nJ ng 1 Singer Featherweight $65 radio. heater. Clean car. . .
N W 6th St FB '2551.
UpholsteryUPHOLSTER I New Home Rotary $45

BulldozingSMALL 1 Pfaff Model 16 $62 62 Valiant 4-door. i

reasonable prices.your furniture Call Sally.EvoeriencM at. 2 Singer Portables $19 heatez.

bulldozer loader dump FR 4-9(88 1 Singer Automatic $85 2038
I trucks Phone, fill dirt 3727844., lime rock. TopsoiL 1 Domestic Console $80 j ; // //"UClf Impala' 4-door. Automatic

i Remodelinq 1 Necchi Console .$1 19 OU VillCV transmisiton, $1195
6Dragline.. Backhoe
wheel tractors. motor DO YOU NEED Florida room. Used Buttonhole I radio heater air. . . -
grader. Free estimates W. G. tra room. more room, roof ex-I Attachments . $5 .t DELIVERED AT RIDGWAY MOTORS-Plus Tax & Tag. '

c BuckS Johnson. PB 4-4J19 I roy free a complete estimate' new 4 guaranteed home*-I :SEWING MACHINE Ridgway Motors has put their entire inventory en special sale! 159-PLY Fury. Power steering automatic -

Concrete work. phone Carl C.Waters. SERVICE CO. If you have been thinking about a new car, transmission, $745

3724019.Sewing this is your chance to save big!! radio heater. V-8. . .
CONCRETE finishing. Walks 815 W. Univ. Ave.
drives patios, slabs and shuffleboard Machine Repol
376-1075 / 4 door, star. Power

VICE co. 815 W. University ft.. 1 1095
good condition; $40. Call FR -
Landscaping Ave. 376-1075. We repair all 2-8071. 1 power brakes. Radio. heater, air. .
Makes War* fully guaranteed. _
GE RANGE i years old-good 61 PONTIAC Bonneville wagon 60 RAMBLER Station Wagon, I /jF*
Appliance Repair & LANDSCAPE. SERVICE Tires Alignment condition. FR 2-8342 or see at automatic transmission radio. PLY ,
Crass Sod-Garden MainNurserystock 1427 N.E. Slits St. overdrive radio heater extra 37 Radio, heater power
Air Conditioning of all kinds.CREVASSE'S Broke Service heater I $495
power steering. power
NURSERY FOR SALE recently acquired com clean . . . . $995 steering. 1 owner. . . .
Landscape Co. pact Columbia Stereophonic, S2S. brakes extra nice, low price. I,
FR 4-2514 for free estimate. VACATION SPECIALON Call 3T2-4&24. $1895 Sedan. Automatic tvansmis'sian :
A-l HANDYMAN SHOP famous nationally known Mohawk UPRIGHT PLYMOUTH 157 FORD
First In air conditioning and Appliance fire . Save vp to piano excellent condi "" 59 9-passenger radio. heater.
repairs. We sell guaranteed -. Mortgage BrokerFHA 50% on new tires. See our new :=; T.V. Set. S25. actor : IO. $495
$19. 303 Nw 36tti St. 63 FORD Fairlane 4-door sedan Station Wagon automatic trans Real nice
washers, refrigerators, etc. wraa around retread that gives cell 62353.OIL car. . . . .
FR I and conventional! at lowest more mlieege & tr.ctiorLIt!. automatic transmission. radio
44247.WE I current rales. Terms to 25 i w Tlrp Co 43 N Mel 5' DRUM, stand. 20 gal.I! mission, radio, heater, powersteering 2'do.or' h.ardt P..000"
FIX IT years. WIll gladly discuss at no heater . . . $1995 /-jC CHRSI
Any type appliance, electrkalwork I' obligation Call tomorrow. 'I Tree S"I, oil. $10 $80 screen tent . . . $795 JJ |\ motic transmifsicn,
or gasoline engine repairs J. W. KIRKPATRICK. Rea.tor: $40 Oil heater; Emerson i
done Immediately and economically. 31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 2-8494 A-I TREE SERVICE air conditioner: needs re-1 '63 RAMBLER Classic 4-door automatic radio. heater. 5395

Pick up and delivery. FRED B. ARNOLD Pruning demossing. bracing & ca- pair. Phone 372-9725 I transmission radio air- i Real Clean. . . . . .
BUTLER 4SONS REALTOR bteing & tree removaL Cavity after 5.KITCHEN I ,
SERVICE CENTER FHA AND CONVENTIONAL work l> tree feeding. Lawn service -
1538 NW 6th St. 374-2844 and maintenance.: Licensed conditioning. Extra nice $2095
LOANSHit Rang Kenmore $80. GE |
REFRIGERATORS. electric ranges. W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 3723522 81 insured. Free estimates. Troy Inner $20. Hotpoint Washer $40. ; ONE WEEK SPECIAL
and washing machines repaired Thames 374-2943. Jack Hoover, 303 NW 34tn Terrace. I I }UawesPowersMotor
nd serviced. One day service. 18 MORTGAGE MONEY 166-3451. Gainesville Fla lawn''I 62 RAMBLER Super 4-door automatic -
SVt per cent interest. Terms to NEW and used cttan saws
C. A. Bohannon.
years lUG N.E.experience 23rd Blvd. FR 4-414. iS years. .,. Well Drilling mowers. edgers, tampers, light I transmission, radio i 59 MERCURY 4-door, auto I
BUY m.D REFINANCECall plants. cattc. Wisconsin Brtggsa. '
WALLACEBURCHWELL DRlL- Stratton new and used; mo I heater. Nice . . $1495 matic transmission, radio i ,

ServiceFRED Dan Byrd LING tors. Rental. sales and service heater . . $795 I Co.SEE
Appraisal _125 NW 13 St. P"Fa 2-2511 Quality Work at Fair Prices. Meyers Power Tools. tM NE '
2 to 4" Wells. Sells Ave. Phone 3743411. 61 FORD Falcon, 2-door, extra I
Realtor. FHA .
and conventional loans. Low Call 372- St1. AIR CONDITIONER Coidspot li. sharp, heater . . $945 59 RAMBLER Station Wagon
B. ARNOLD rates. Terms to 25 vears. 1221 50 kTH. 250 v..ts. t><<:teM con- J I I
IALTOR ___W. Univ. Ave 37J-J373. WINDOW CLEAHIHGWlNDDVWS ditlon 1150. See at Lot 4] Pin*. : automatic transmission, radio. : J L Smith. Frank Gr.,. Wilbur Slif

REAL IITATI StXVICC APPRAISAL FORDYCE and Aocietes. Inc. cleaned floors cleaned tHirtt Trailer Parfc.IT .: '61 RAMBLER 4-door American heater . . . $795 Meg MiCulloujh

frit W. \NIV AVE. PH. 372-3522 Conventional and F.H.*. I. ans. and waxed house washed. I'I ALUM. John boat I motor Pymouth-Vosiat-CJsrysl.r--l mperi.I-Simce

Car 374-1234. Grace Fordyce. yrs. experience. Free estimattt $290; camping trailer. $150 utility heater . . . $995 _ _ _ Soles and Service
Realtor Fordyce 4 Associates. Phone FR f-59U. trailer 47", Vll camp stove. fFr.Lrn1lLj
Auto EqupmentHYDRAUUC Inc.. 924 West University Avenue lan'erns. misc. furniture. too!.. MWe will ..* be undersold out-traded"
& camera equipment. See John

JACKS rebuilt t PAINTING : Sun Want Ads Teter.nings. Sat SW &3rd Sun.St. AJacftu. eve- RIDGWAY I MOTOR CO. 312 N. MAIN ST.

exchanged Repair kits to. J33 model Polaroid camera. Like
Walker Jacks. Factory avtttorud WANTED: Painting. Free es- new. 8M. Call 3324020.THE I

Service- Walker Agent. Hydreui HULL'S 6RMCE Jack Work timates. No job too small. I Get Results best costs less. Dry ClotheS I 1132 S. MAIN ST. FR 2-8433 I I FR 63400CLASSIFICA

SERVICE SUPPLY 1114 $. i guaranteed. Phone for less witti PMiges from FuB1(1. -
I Mate FR 2-141' I I FR 25630. Inc. V4-53O.:

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Bargain Bonanzaget '
SPRAY by Proctor & Gamble it for only 208 W. UNIVERSITY AVE. !!
Regular and SuperHoldLIST
$1.50 87cur
O PriceREDEEM RCA Whirlpool 11 Cu. Ft.Freezer RADIO KIT $6"

YOUR MAILED COUPON Million Magnet Door Seal-holds. in cold IVY and t PERK 888
.AT SUPER D 3 Fast-Freezer'Shelves- G.E. J-60
Adjustable Temperature Control CONTINENTAL
for an Open Bridge Shelves for cold air circulation STEAM-DRYIRON888
20" All-Porcelain Liner
additionalPLUS 5-Year Food Spoilage Warranty STYLES ADMIRAL
Rack of
Special RecordsALL
Wt Reserve The Right To Limit QuantitiesSUPER $ G.E. EKA ELECTRICSLICING

CENTER TO $5.98 I ti

NEW STORE HOURS $4.95 12 E. University Are
9-9 MONDAY THRU FRIDAY-9-6 SATURDAY 7 S.I. lit St. "On the Square" FR -5348
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ACTION i CIT Y Loy-sss: .
JDmliiDD HALL tasavuut5. REG. $12.99 SKY STREAK AMERICAN
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Fem M swivel top
DML'-cti.' "flfloor eN Shoe.... ?1
It"0 I..her !::
Easy Hand grip' H 1 DODD H U $2.99 20-PIECE BLUE WILLOW
Complete With makes it easy to
reach all areas W NIVf SITY f._ UNIVERSITY' _AVE._ _ DISH SET *2

All Attachments. ((4:1 of Quick shoe COUNTY ..............
brush .. U :':':':':': LOT.-7
both polishes and DAVE. D COUll S5 SPACEU S REG. $1.00 PLASTIC 100-FT.
buffs shoes to a HOUSI .
1-Yf. Guarantee FREE
,bright shineTidy
LOT-4. vo uMlrY CLOTHES LINE 50'

connect Attachments :;; sr.ct.uoutllT :............
[ automatically
$ \-no stained finger ::: NtwItDERAI MAX FACTOR
REG. $1.25 t
DOO U i ::::: 'UILDING

29 _ : t flit_._.. SPRAYAWAVE13th 99*
$1995 .............. .,; 1

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Chace & KitchensYour roe srress PharmacyN.W. 1
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ALWAYS,!!QUALITY" SALE! On Our Budget- HorseSCOTCH Mahogany your choice finishes.of Mopleor ,t

Priced All-Weather "42"3T 86 proof 4.99 just Need the a Rocker one for Cora you! This hoi
authentic reproduction is
GIRLSHORTS tIl made of solid hardwood and,
SEAGRAMS 7 86 proof 3.89 finished worm maple or

The super-durable synthetic-toughest rubber.
Goodyear ever used in auto tires. \,\t OLD CROW 86 proof 3.89SAVE t.

>\': SAVE SAVE 1
; $ 1695

95 i '. I

2 for $100 ; / PRICES GOODTOMORROW ONLYTheUJflvexsity $2 DOWNfor

O1.70115 limited time only!

bold, solid colors GOODYEAR
92 more for Whitewalls
1 10096 cotton i hiP71 FRI. NITES 'TIL 9

red, blue, black, pink, orange / r sl I
., elastic waist band NO / "furniture city"

S. Main St. at 4th Ave. Ph. FR 6.653i PHONE 2.6333 19 S.E lit I....

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MILLINERY I ItQ Box mad of Aluminum

fainted Galvanized Steel. .
dM ggRRE tytElt fill /.z.' <',<.. f
REG. $2.60 $'9Q
GROUP 1 1 DAY ONLY I Choice of 2 Vegetables
Dark and Pastel Colors $500 Hot Rolls Butter Honey
To $10.98 Regularly_..Up......... Coffee or
No. AL $
GROUP 2 Aluminum Reg. $1.95
\\\ $115

Sold $QOO .;M No. BLBlack Aluminum- 85BIIRD I I'

RegularlyUp Reg. 51.35

To $16.98 HOUSE PLASTIC HOLD 2 fer 99c 2 and to 8
Served 11:15 to 5 p.m. p.m.
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