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Gainesville sun
Uniform Title:
Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
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Place of Publication:
Gainesville Fla
Gainesville Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
June 7, 1964
Publication Date:
Daily[Aug. 21, 1966-]
Daily (except Saturday)[ FORMER June 24, 1963-Aug. 19, 1966]
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v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.


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Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )


Dates or Sequential Designation:
87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities:
Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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rt \ L y I-- '. '\- ..: ; :':\\1>'-, ? < I arose early on June 6- at approximately 3:30 a.m., ate a small After spending the night huddled in a cramped position on the

breakfast and went up on deck to see the, fireworks. It was an deck of an LCI that carried us across the English Channel, we were
awakened at about 3:30 on the morning of June 6 by the continuousroar
< far the could see there were shipsof
af (Editor's Note: Twenty years awe-inspiring sight; as as eye
of overhead.As .
ago yesterday the greatest inva- all kinds.Battleships.
f the first light of,dawn broke over the channel we could see it
sion armada in history streamed blasted away at invisible targets, and cruisers moved was a blustery day. Low clouds passed swiftly overhead, driven by
across the beaches of Normandy about.quickly firing in the direction of the shore. Hundreds of other 'gale-force winds. Rain fell intermittently making the weather
in northern France, mark- of them with balloons attached moving
ships, many barrage were damp and chilly.
{ ing the beginning of the end for through the rough seas toward land. At times the sky seemed to be
Hitler's Nazi Spread out before us as far as the eye could see lay over 4,000
Before Adolph the bloody beaches Germany.were filled with planes, mostly fighters P-38's, P-47's and P51's.We ships the greatest invasion armada in history. It was a reassure

secured, nearly 10,000 Americans had crossed the channel in an LCI ship. At a rendezvous approximately ing sight, but everyone kept an eye overhead in anticipation of the

had died and hundreds' two miles from shore we boarded LCVP's, small land- arrival of the Luftwaffe.The .

thousands were wounded. Oth- ing boats carrying about 30 men. In the distance we could see invasion was to follow an exercise we had carried out on

ers like Ray Davis and J. boats burning near the beach, and as we got closer we could see the shores of England and, up to now, it almost duplicated our prac-

Pierce Smith came home unmarked shells spewing up columns of sand and water. tice. The only difference was that this was the real thing.
Our had the mission of at beaches marked
except for the memoryof About 300 yards from shore our craft hit a sand bar' and the regiment landing
the ordeal. Both were 'Tear Green" and "Uncle Red, both on what was known as Utah,
boat was stuck. The shells were coming too close for comfort andI
captains in the 12th Regimentof yelled to the colonel to give the order for the ramp to be lowered.We Beach.
the 4th Division As we neared the shore in a small LSVP landing craft, I could
Infantry ,
jumped off in three feet of water and began the long walk to the
1 4 Smith commanding an anti-tank beach. see by the shoreline that we were headed for! the wrong place. It
company and Davis a battalion did not resemble our sand table model we had studied for so long.
adjutant. Smith is now the Ala- My job was to take reports from the battalion's companies as Nevertheless we were unloaded several hundred yards out in the
I if Ray Davis (left) and J. Pierce Smith examine cap: chua County tax assessor and they landed. The smell of cordite, smoking oil, and gas was water and waded in to shore.

tured German weapons while reminiscing over war experiences Davis the manager of Seaboard everywhere. I quickly dug a shallow trench between two sand After reaching shore under artillery fire, I quickly assembled my
on the 20th anniversary of Normandy landing. dunes. Between lulls in the I would crawl out and
Finance Company in Gaines. shelling run up troops and headed inland, following a taped path laid down by en-
ville. We asked them to tell in and down the beach trying to find the company commanders. Each gineers who had cleared the mines for us to advance. After cross-

their own words how each time there were more dead bodies on the shore. After about two ing the dune area, we encountered low flat ground which the Germans -

remembered D-Day in Normandy hours all our companies had landed, and I was glad to be able to had flooded with about six feet of water..It was about a

Ike Pushes on June 6, 1944) report to our battalion commander that our own casualties bad mile in width and in places we had to join hands and pull the short

been light. fellows through.

(See DAVIS on Page 2) (See SMITH on Page 2))

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CLEVELAND Former President Dwight D. Eisen- ONE WEEK DAILY AND SUNDAY 88th Year, No. 288 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, JUNE 7, 1964
hower acted Saturday to hold the Republican convention BOMB DELIVERED :SeJax I
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!, open for Gov. William W. Scranton.
The Pennsylvania governor, in an 85-minute Gettys- \

burg conference with Eisenhower, agreed that if a ma- HitBy

jority of the delegates indicated they wanted'to make 1-75 A Better G'ville

him their nominee for president. was available. :

Eisenhower asked lor tne .
conference and had offered to
Johnson meet Scranton at the state High

capitol in Harrisburg.News .
l of Eisenhower's action i >.
Vows Firm
elated Republican opponents an- WindsJACKSONVILLE
r tagonistic to Sen. Barry Gold- '

Law water as they gathered here for
Rights the annual governor's confer-
x (AP) A
r ence. squall line with winds estimatedat W1'u
NEW YORK (AP-President
The former inter-
75 to 100 miles an hour cut a
Johnson made a quick trip to vention revived a sagging "stop swath through Jacksonville Sat-

New York Saturday and predicted Goldwater" movement. Some, urday, lifting roofs, overturningcars

r to wildly cheering union adherents however, thought the governor and toppling a 300-foot radio slti.
have made his too
may tower.
that "We will pass the
late to head off the Arizona
I strongest civil rights bill in Electrical power was cut off x 1
senator, who may go into the \
to much of the and
American history.? San Francisco convention on city, police
estimated that 1,000 wires were
13 with 600 of the
July or more f
Moving briskly about Manhattan's down.
655 votes needed to nominate.The .
West Side garment dis- conference is No serious injuries were re-
trict in a four-hour visit, Johnson governor's
nonpartisan, but 16 of the 50
received enthusiasticand
an state governors are Republicans. Several .roofs were lifted off ..'
sometimes thunderous wel- .
{ and others damaged. One house 4. T
.'They become for the w
in the and in"for- qwY
1) next few days the focus of internal slid off its foundation. Signs f _
mal before 4. y
members yp.y
appearances ?
agonizing over the par- were blown down at least one >wt
of the AFL-CIO International
ty's leadership and course for on top of an occupied car. Three >
Ladies Garment Workers Un-
the next four years. Only threeof persons trapped inside anothercar .1 3
ion (ILGWU).
the 16 are avowed Goldwater by electrical wires were I

In his main address at a un- supporters. safely extracted. i

ion rally, Johnson coupled his Arrivals in the next few days Trees were snapped and up

war against poverty with his will bring the Republicans'problem rooted.
hopes for civil rights. into even sharper forcus. John Williams said his wife
1 Scranton is booked to arrive was caught in her car when it
"We have mounted attacks Sunday. Eisenhower is coming stalled in an underpass as the

upon the final fortresses of pov- Monday and will meet with the water rose. She crawled from a
erty," 'he said. "Your children Republican governors that aft- window to safety.

'. will live to see the day when ernoon._Goldwater has. acceptedan The damage was restricted s>7 ez ;

1 poverty has been transformedfrom invitation to be a special mostly to the south and south- .r
a real menace to a remote guest of all the governors at west sections. Although winds '' rF

j memory." dinner Monday night, and will were estimated at 40 to 50 milesan View of new Interstate Highway 75 as it. crosses over U.s. 441 west of Alachua.
"1 (Sun atrial phot fcy Etfdlt Days)
Then Johnson raised his voice, breakfast with the Republicanson hour in parts of downtown
Tuesday. Jacksonville, an American Legion -
s stressing each word against an
intermittent din of applause parade finished its march,

# from 1,500 workers frankly, to declare partisan: garment Hanging Wash_ damp but persons unharmed.Two received. minor Bypass Opens Here July 15 I

(See JAX on Page 2))
.J "We will continue the 100- In Yard, She'sStruck

year struggle to give every Settle StrikeIn A pair of parallel concrete way and expressway in Califor

American of every race and by CarA ribbons are drawn across Ala- nia's experience, based solidlyon
color equal opportunity in Michigan chua County. Facts Show Interstates factual research, puts the

American society. We have pro- Gainesville woman was Interstate-75 misses. Gaines case strongly for the freeway
posed, and under the leadership hanging wash on the line in her LANSING, Mich. (AP) In ville. facility as an economic force for :
F,. their fourth nightlong bargaining 'Roads to Prosperity9formed community betterment states L I
when ,
of Sen. Humphrey on this plat yard Friday hit by a parked To most of the millions who
session since spike\ violence the Traffic Quarterly, a pub- I
form, we will pass the strongest car. travel it, Gainesville will be just
civil rights bill in American history Police reported Mrs. Julia brought out more than 800 'another town. The ------ lication dedicated to improving :

." Hill, a nurse at Alachua General troops nine days ago, negotia- traveler will by-passed see a name, an has run since the 1-75 open. The road already is open highway safety and traffic con- '

Hospital, was in a side yard of tors reached agreement Satur- arrow and an irterchange. route first was announced.Now north of Alachua.In trolAn I
a residence when hit by an auto day in the 99-day Essex Wire the era of speculation is search of a preview of article by Frank C. Balfour -
Freshmen strike at Hillsdale. Many of the 1-75 travelers win chief right-of-way agent for
that had rolled from its parking Corp. ending. what's ahead for Gainesville's ,
W. be persons who in years past the division of highways in'California -
Gov. Romney
space behind the Medical Phar- When Interstate 75 opens to economy, The Sun explored
the chiefs of Essex Wire would have driven throughthe it outlines that state's
pressed im- available indicators on inter- ,
macy. traffic her economic
To Get UF city via U. S. 441. They
SamuelC. and the striking International findings.
,. The auto, owned by pact will become a reality. state highway impact.
would often have
Palmer, of Newberry, pinned Union of Electrical Workers in _bought gas- That opening: is scheduled for They're optimistic. California's economic survey
l Preview' Mrs. Hill's left leg against the to staying closeted in his office oline, food and lodging as they July 15, only about 40 days They show that interstate work is of a pioneering nature. i.
traveled Gainesville.
clothes line pole. She suffered until terms of a four-year con- through from now. The section of the highways are almost always Florida hasn't done any. I
s cuts and bruises.Dr. tract were worked out. But 1-75 is a bypass. And road from Alachua south, to roads to prosperity. At least one important Call-
their school its economic effects have had
Fresh from high
See 1-75 on Page 6A) II
Wfldwood about 70 miles-will "Economic effects of the free- (
graduation ceremonies, 170 September amateur business prognosticators -
college freshmen arrive UF College of Education buzzing for quite a while

I on the University of Florida now.
I campus Monday for early reg- Speculation, most of ,it unin- City FinallyGot Tampa's.Threaten. NursesStrike I

istration and a two-day previewof Dean Is Named by Reitz

college life. Queen PhilipIn Itself I
Kimball Wiles, nationally dent, and as chairman of its ,
The University's early regis- in the field Commission on Education of '
recognized authority Car Crash
tration program, now in its sev-
held of supervision and curriculum Adolescents, among other lea- Needed BathIt
enth year, is for freshmen
who have been admitted for the development, will become dean dership posts. LONDON (AP) .- An automo- TAMPA (AP-Two wings of chance of error, Kemker said

1964 fall term and their parents. of the University. of Florida's With an active career as an. bile driven by Prince Philip finally rained a respectable Tampa General Hospital were and a tragedy "could happen tonight /

The June 8-9 session is the first College of Education July 1, with Queen Elizabeth II as a rainfall yesterday.A closed Saturday as nurses or tomorrow.?
( on Page
of five sessions scheduled University President J. Wayne passenger collided with another General he saId Is 69
sloshing inch and a half of threatened a strike because of a Tampa ,
Reitz announced Saturday. at Maidenhead in Berkshire on
for the month. Five sessions staff shortage they said could nurses short of the standard ;
Dr. Reitz appointed the 50 Saturday 'night The queen and the stuff fen on downtown the
are scheduled for July and lead to tragedy.Dr. number recommended by
old educator to succeed her husband escaped injury, but Gainesville to the
two for August. year according David Babnew, director of American Nursing Association.
Dean Joseph B. White who announced the driver of the other car was utilities plant meter on SE Fifth the Hillsborough County Hospitaland Babnew said Saturday he had

The sessions provide for aca- last year that he was injured slightly. Ave. Welfare Board said the two tried to meet with the nurses but

demic counseling and registra- relinquishing the deanship at wings with 93 beds were closed they had refused on advice of
tion for the entering students to t. It was this city's first rain at
this time to give full time to w' a except to emergency admis- their attorney.,
avoid the hazards of last minuteacademic teaching and research.Dr. wVst ?Y' WHERE an since May 25. sions. He said Midtown Hospital He said he had "not the slightest -

choices; and introduces Wiles is currently professor > And it was almost as muchas might be shut down.A intention" of resigning.Dr. .

them to first year courses of education in the College fell during the entire past delegation representing a Tom Edwards, board

professors and counselors. of Education. He has beenon .ax aA TO FIND IT month. large portion of the nurses at chairman, called the situation

record students is the faculty of'the college Tampa General a major public ridiculous."
A for the 2,400 ex- since 1950. ?. -, Area . . . 1C The utilities center reported facility in the Tampa Bay area "How can a man run an or-
early registration =
_,pected y'; Classified . 3C-7C exactly 1.56 inches, while the when he can't meet
cessions during the summer. He has just ,completed a 1963- said Friday they would walk out ganization \.
The total represents better than 64 term as national presidentof < Comics . . 2C airport on ,Gainesville's outskirts unless Dr. Babnew is fired. with them'" Edwards Mid.

vjo cent of the anticipated the Association I for Supervision '. Markets .. ; . 06 measured L31. Harry Kemker an' attorney Those women have done Tam-
per '
Movies ,. . . 7B and their profession a great ,
freshman enrollment. In 1962 and Curriculum Develop The rainfall for the five previous 'representing the nurses told the pa
the growing program registered ment which is made up of some Obituaries . '2A weeks was: May 25,'..94 board at a stormy session 'that harm." '

52 per cent of the freshman enrollment 9,000 directors of curricula and Opinion, Page .? 4A inches; May 21.05 inches; May one nurse wasrequired to give; Midtown is a former Negro

during the summer educational leaders in the na- Sports . . 01-05 13, .05 inches; May 2, .68 inches; 15 injections to patients in 90 hospital recently renovated and

months, and in 1963 the figure tion's schools. He has served Women's . ., 1B-6B May 1, .29 inches, according to minutes. reopened as an integrated facil

I climbed to 69 per cent. that national body as vice-presl- .1 utilities center records. This sharply- increases* the ity.r' -. f


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j ..2AGainesville Sun Sunday, June 7, 1964 t\

Weather: Roundup. More About Your TV: Going Berserk? j 2)

1'-\\ <@bituartt! r
\ Davisn
A ,

'\': I B \\. 1 It Has Its Own Problems

EDWARD SMITH dist Church, he_was a veteranof .
World Wars I and II. ....... \ As we moved inland we were

Funeral services will be heldtoday I .',. C'IIIA IIIoaI faced with a long walk throughlow "1 turn my TV dial to Channel engineer of Channel 5 ETV putit In effect local sets pick up

for Edward J. Smith; 70, Graveside services will beheld : .._.._..\... inundated farm lands. The 4 and get a picture from 5 "I got New Mexico last nighton this "diffraction" from the
-..-fonner Alachua resident who 'at Hague Cemetery in I ZONESA : : .-... Germans had flooded the land with sound from 3," said an outraged mine." Jacksonville TV signals not

meet ,Friday at his home in Hague. Rev. ,Charles .E. DavisJr. : Partly cloudy with widely. scat. 1 and getting across was a nIght- woman yesterday.Her I Why does this happen in the main beam.
-Sriomasville, Ga. will officiate. fered thundershowers through Sunday a .YO" mare. We kept on our life pre- complaint echoed protests
night. Not much change in tempera ,4 ; \wsrp ,Gainesville? j Thus the pictures received
= fr. Smith was a retired printnprwho hires. Highest 15 to, to Sunday. et \ servers, which were an added that have been mounting in here weak.
Survivors include: two sisters, 1= \ Generally, TV waves travel in are extremely
was born in Alachua in4894. \ load, but they enabled us to Gainesville the four five
B fair past or
: Mostly through Sunday. High \ G
Metho- Mrs. Kate Van Ostran of Long Saturday mid 80s. Variable mostly E a straight line. Thus, becauseof Gainesville is in the "fringe
A member of the .._ float places six or
Island, N.Y.. and Mrs. Alice southwest through northwest winds a \ -+-;:.. over many days. the curvature of the earth, area" of Jacksonville TV broad
to IS miles per hour feet deep. local viewers
seven settling
Smith of Ochopee, Fla. a.nM t- Many the signals from Jacksonvilleare casting which apparentlymeans
( S The airborne units had taken JacksonvilleTV
down the
C D: Considerable ,sunshineon to enjoy
feet when
perhaps 1,000 high sets here aren't supposedto
Injured WM. R. CAMPBELL Sunday with high in the \ I i the small town of St. Martin de shows are experiencing the 'they reach Gainesville. pick up the Jacksonville programs

80s. Variable mostly southwest H ; ,U Varreville, and when we got same interference problems.A I I
MELROSE Funeral 'services I Therefore the Gainesville TV but do. ,
there only scattered sniper fire vertical bar will wander
EIn Wrecks for William R. Campbell, and west winds 2Q miles :...._ was heard. Some of the air- through the picture.Or sets don't really pick up a main, I The Federal Communications
Melrose resident, will be' jcon- per hour Sunday.: wtw TV
strong signal. Commission does not even con-
borne a ball- of
boys were having a quick sequence pictures I
=Four persons received minor ducted in Lynbrook, Long E F G: Partly lu"nv'en Sunday racing horses, milking cows from a far-off station will "It's like automobile headlights sider Gainesville within the
!Island, Monday. Mr. Campbelldied with some rather widely scattered Medler Jacksonville area.
night explained. coverage
and few sitting under apple be the ,
a superimposed origi-
Injuries last night in two sepa- while showers mainly In afternoon. High over '
Friday night visiting
Sunday In the 80s. Mostly southwest- trees sipping French wine. nal They look like a The sets are apparently ex-
accidents in which the driver winds program.
tate friends and relatives there. erly 10 to IS miles per hour !
locally a little higher showers. ALMANAC We began to dig in before stream of motion picture "The main beams focus on a tremely susceptible to interLrence.
lost control, of his vehicle, Sunset today ............... 7.28 p.m. .
; He is a former resident of H I J: Considerable sunshine on Sun Sunrise tomorrow 5.28 a.m. nightfall. I inspected the sentries -frames. spot on the road ahead. But the Two types cause the trou
line Sheriff's of- :::::::::
Alachua County day with a few showers.The Moon rises 4.11 a.m bles referred to above.
fice Rockaway, L.I. Funeral services High Sunday upper SOs. South and tomorrow. The dim.M"star" right above who were supposed to It's not an easily. solved prob- diffraction from the beams is

:. reported. will be at the T. Perry hour southwest wind 10 to IS miles per New It Is the Moon planet......Mars.............. Jun t guard the command post and lem.As enough to light the sides of the The first is that phrase made
3 Sheriff's 'Deputy Jerry D. Funeral Home, 118 Union Ave., showers.occasionally a little higher in A partial eclipse of the Sun visible found that they were exhaustedand Rowland Medler, chief road too." notorious by TV people, "atmos-
'-Goad'said Ancil Counsil Tet- lynbrook, at 8 over Australia will occur of at this New. not too alert. pheric conditions."
p.m. K: Partly cloudy through Moon; the last eclipse this series.
stone Jr., 19, of Starke, lost con- with scattered showers. High Sunday Sunday In fed,Ocean.was seen over the South At about 2230 hours the C-47's I How to 'Fix' Channel 5 I TV signals flare in all direc-
Survivors include his wife upper SOs. Mostly i
southwesterly winds
:trol of the Ideal Laundry Truckhe 12 to 20 miles I per hour. TEMPERATURES ELSEWHEREHigh began to come over very low tions from the broadcast point.
was driving about 6 p.m.on Mrs. Ethel Campbell; two Low Precip. towing gliders. Up in front Jerry The many, waves that head up
Want to cut out interference wave length of Channel 5. You I
daughters, Mrs. Margaret Nor- Jacksonville 82 61 2.66
:SR 234 at the Rochelle Cut-Off CEDAR KEY TIDES Miami 83 73 1.44 began firing machine guns, .generally continue to do jusfr
from antenna's
Channel 5 on TV set? have cut pick-up
I miles east of Gaines- ris and Mrs. Phyllis Ingle; a Atlanta 75 67 ack and everything else in your and
-about five Lt. Col. W. R. Sunday.- High at ll.M a.m. Low at New Orleans 89 63 ack ETV Channel 5 chief engineer, of the local station while not that. They go flying
son, Campbell; 5:08 a.m. and 6.05
p.m. Chainsof
:ville. Boston 74 49 the book at our planes. are lost in space.
Rowland the flow
brother and New York 48 54 .07 Medler, proposes the interfering
a Harvey seven
Monday High at 12J7 a.m. and 11:41 light from tracers would appear But sometimes, radiations in
trees WashingtonChicago 85 61 .04 following quick solution other stations. They have different
He sideswiped two palm grandchildren. a.m. Low at 5:52 a.m and 6.51 p.m. 65 58 .01 around the aircraft, but : I from different
crashed head-on into a third and Kansas City 76 60 Take a 60-inch piece of twin wave lengths. space many
turned over, Goad reported. PHILLIP ROBERTS MARINE FORECAST Ft.Denver Worth t3 82 60 51 they kept. going. Hundreds of lead TV antenna cable-no other Thus you have cut the powerof causes will cause ionosphere
EAST GULF: Northeasterly winds S Los Angeles 76 59 them kept going over and after kind will do and attach the Channel Five signal one of the manyblankets: 1 of
father Funeral services are scheduled to 15 knots Sunday. Generally fair. Seattle 6S 53 .11 the Germans began -
A daughter and her they passed us ,the wires at one end to the reaching your: set to the point air covering the earth to start I
"were in the truck. Wanda Hol- today for Phillip Russell shooting them down. Some reflecting the TV signals-
where the it is weak the
More About screws regular an- where as as I
Gainesville Roberts, 62, of Kingsley Lake, hit in trees and others crackedup
.lingsworth, 15, of tenna wires lead in to the set. Jacksonville signal. This means When this happens, a reflected I
was treated for cuts and bruises who died at Bradford County on the ground. It was a terrible "main beam" from 'a far-off
Let the wire dangle from the your set will be easily able to
'at- Alachua General Hospital. Hospital yesterday following a lax scene of destruction and set, but cross the wires at the distinguish between the two. station will be able to overpowerthe
Her father, Horace Cecil Hol- sudden illness at his home. death, and casualties were weak "diffracted" signal
other end. You should get no Medler says' he will preparea
.lingsworth, 43, of Gainesvillewas Mr. Roberts was born in Columbia heavy. more interference from Channel mimeographed sheet of in- from Jacksonville.The .

: uninjured and was charged County, Fla., Sept. 29, From Page 1 I crawled slit trench structions on this for anyone other cause and it,happens
-with drunkenness. around 0200 hours, and as the 5.What round is the natural -
.. 1901. He was a carpenter and have you done? who cares to write WUFT for year
injuries when their house trailer inch in diameter battered rain fell in face I
gently ,
some my competition between
Tetstone was treated for head a member of the Baptist Church. The 60-inch wire is the exact it.
: was blown over. sections.A slept. So ended D-Day for me. "main' beam" of the Channel
-cuts and released from Alachua Services will be held 2 p.m.I About two inches of rain fell, Weather Bureau meteorologist Five and the weak Jacksonville
General. He was charged at the Jones Memorial Chapel in and hail up to three-quarter John Watson, said he had More About More signal.In .
have his vehicle
&failure Starke. Rev. Wilbur Bates will reliable reports that,, the _winds AboutWiles terms of the effective power -

officiate. reached 75 miles an hour. The difference, "Channel 5 couldbe

In a second accident, Willie Graveside services will followin 3-Car Crash fact that the tower blew over in- Smithn a million to one times as

r James Kater, 53, of Worthington dicated that the winds probably strong," Medler said. 4
in Colum-
-Springs. was traveling about 5 bia Phillipi Cemetery In AlachuaA reached 100,m.p.h., he said. 1 From Page 1 This in itself isn't enough to
: SR 121 north of La- County. The storm caused
p.m. on was by a cause a problem. But the chan- \
-Crosse when he left the road on Survivors include: one daughter -' tropical depression that crossed Finally we reached dry land educator particularly concerned I University at Oxford, Ohio, in nel selectors on many TV sets J

la curve and traveled some 310( Mrs. Mary Edna Crews of three car chain collision occurred -the state-from the Gulf of Mexico -' completely exhausted and we with improvement of schools, he 1934.At I just aren't precise enough to Ij

-feet before stopping, according Lake City; five sisters, Mrs. at Alachua yesterday merging with a low pressure assembled around a small farm has served as consultant in 40 the University of FloridaDr. distinguish between the wave \\

"to Deputy Sheriff, Fred W. Bell Tanner and Mrs. L i 11 i e when a car skidded after being system from the Mississippi Val- house. There we dried off as of the states and over 200 school Wiles has held positions as beams on channels right next to

-Woods. Thompson, both of High Springs flagged to stop for road con- ley, the Weather Bureau said. best we could while waitingfor systems.He chairman of the Division of

Mrs..Mary Vinzant of Ft. White; struction work, according to Tornado warnings had been issued other men to join us. Secondary Education; chairmanof 5.This is why Channel 5 seemsto
Both Kater and a passenger, Highway Patrolman A. T. An- As soon as I had assembled is author and co-author of
Bertha Witt of Lake City for parts of northern Florida the Division of Curriculumand
Mrs. ; bs interfering with the Jack-
i Williams 29 of Worthington derson. forward four
I :Clay the men that were to go widely accepted books
Tanner of Provi- but not for Jacksonville. Instruction assistant dean
Mrs. Emma
sonville channels the FCC
; yet
Springs, received minor in- Anderson said driven with advanced with
a car by me, we througha dealing better schools, the
dence and three grandchildren. As the depression moveda and acting dean of the Collegeof checked it just weeks and
Kater charged with ago
:juries. was Donald H. McCosh, 19, of Glen wooded area occasionally most recent being "The Chang-
failure to have his vehicle under DeWitt C. Jones Funeral I coe, Ill. had stopped on US 441 c r 0 S s Florida, a tornado meeting a Frenchman who ing Curriculum in the American Education.Dr. proclaimed it in normal operat
I touched down at Perry and unroofed and Mrs. Wiles the for order.
control. Home of Starke is in charge..lnne..J when ing
: flagged at the construction would point out the directionof High School" published in
I r a service station, the mid- mer Miss Hilda Long of Beth- Medler has a cheap, easy solution
the enemy. Finally 1963 by Prentice Hall.
I site.Behind him came Rose Bell Highway Patrol reported.A afternoon we reached a small any, Ohio, have four children: for the interference prob-

I Camps, 57, of Gainesville, who tornado-like wind demol--town by the name of St. Mar He received the doctor of David 22; Jon, 19; Wendy, 14; lems from Channel 5 and

i [was slowing when rammed bya ished a concrete block cottage tin de Varreville and there we philosophy degree from Ohio and Kimi, 5. i he'll send mimeographed in- i,

II third auto, driven by John and destroyed the roof and car- found our regimental commander State University in 1940; his The Wiles live at 2221 N. W.! structions to anyone who writes I

'Thomas Howard, 16, of Less- port of another at Lake Marion, who had established a master's from the same institution -3rd Place. He is. 'a member of WUFT, University of Florida.

: ALWAY&FIRSLQUAUT' : ville, La. Howard skidded on 5 miles east of Haines City. temporary headquarters.After in 1938; and the baccalaureate the University' Methodist But he can't do a thing abort
Heavy drenched "
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parts of the state, but they were ......
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)4 1$" A Rights Showdown Is Delayed .. '_. OPEN

T'WASHINGTON (AP) The contempt of court actions grow. sonnel to deal with problems
Senate Saturday postponed for a ing out of the bill, except those arising from desegregation.
day its showdown on halting a May Help Strengthen involving voting rights. Morton Mansfield denied there has
Southern filibuster against .the offered this earlier and it was been any deal with Republicansto
civil rights bill. In doing so, Anti-Filibuster Forces defeated 4645.A grant the preliminary votingin
leaders apparently strengthenedtheir Tuesday morning vote on exchange for promises to
chance for winning a stop- the Morton proposal is to be followed ,support cloture. But he acknowledged -
thetalk.order.. by debate and votes the to newsmen before Saturday's -
By unanimous consent, the I This means the showdown will decision by or before June 20 on, same day on amendments by session that leaders
chamber agreed to vote Tuesday come Wednesday, instead of the measure which the House Sens. Norris Cotton, R-N.H., and hope "if this unanimous consent
t 1 on three Republican-sponsored:Tuesday, on this motion which apiroved Feb. 10 on a 290-130 Bourke B. Hickenlooper R- agreement is adopted we can
amendments to the House- would limit each senator to a vote and which was offered in Iowa. get the votes for cloture."
hour's talk' 'all amend- the Senate March 9.
one on
Cotton's amendment would
passed civil rights bill which has
i been under' Senate debate for ments and the bill itself. This Under the agreement for preliminary -limit the equal opportunity employment Egg Market nu urro
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T : v

Oiaimsuillt inn r. Irony Pervades Politics ,*

. I THE t .

2frui Vnrk cimr employed and the world, with the Allies and the Commu-
JOHN R. HARRISON, PrasUtnt and in Novem-
nists and probably lead to a humiliating defeat

'- dean ExccmUT ED JOHNSON.EdlUri Vie W. G.FrcsUeitud (BUI WASHINGTON Politics has a rough justice of Its own. ber.Who is right is a matter of opinion. In my view, Barry

Florida's, Beautiful i {.:, EBEESOLE. Tic PreiUut an* Ai- The Republican conservatives have been rewarded at last has given the Republicans a "choice," but he hasn't given
= : 'University City *'i'11ii vcrtteiBf DlrccUn BOB TAKTAGLIONE. RALPH McGILL I for their patience. The GOP liberals have been paid off for them a chance. No doubt a glorious last-minute charge by the
an4 ClrenlUe *-
Vic their indifference.The .
hUber Prix Winning h1lUaJaerOf the TV
liberals would invigorate the campaign, improve
M n ,tr. the AtUnU. (G. ) CMitltitloa
1964 race is full of paradox and irony. shows and ease the conscience of the old Eisenhower "cru

:. THE SUN'S POLICY Lyndon Johnson, who genuinely thought he was making a saders." But for what?
SpreadInPrice personal sacrifice to take the vice presidency, inherited the
1. Report the news fully and Impartially In the news column.
presidency. TIMING IN POLITICS Is as important as is love. Barry
the opinions of the Sun In--but only tn-editorills.
t 2.3. Publish Express all sides of important controversial issues. Dwight D. Eisenhower, who fought the conservatives for may be old-fashioned but at least he made love to the girl.

himself but would not fight them for anybody else, now has Any. move to replace him now would merely start a new '..
: The Sun's telephones: All Departments-.372-8441 to swallow Goldwater rather than Taft. rush of delegates to hL side, and weaken an ,opposition party

: Want Ads-376-4672 Nelson Rockefeller, who put his personal life above his political that is already too weak for the nation's good.

ambitions, is now free to follow it. Besides, an ugly divisive row that failed would do another
Of FoodAmerica Barry Goldwater, who worked harder for the party over thing. It would blur the issue the conservative Republicanshave

the last few years than anybody else, is now being paid insisted on making for over a generation. This is that
i A Salute to Levy CountyTime an attractive Republican nominee, standing on a genuinely con
has no farm prob- off.And final irony of all: Governor William Scranton of Penn servative platform, could defeat the wicked democrats.The .

lem as such. It is a surplus sylvania, who would not help his fellow liberals stop Gold- party question has been settled: The national ques
was when the mere mentionof basis to work for the betterment of of food and fiber that water, is now probably going .to have to run with him as tion remains. The Eisenhower Republicans have waited too

Levy County elicited a snicker the entire county. One of the cham- constitutes a dilemma (The vice presidential nominee.ROCKEFELLER long. They have lost control of the convention even before
the meeting in California. They cannot now give Goldwatera
the city slicker. ber's first projects has been to take only agricultural "problem"is
AT LEAST tried to pay his debts. By race-all they can give him now is an excuse.
inventory of Levy's sprawling re- the human cne of the per- his divorce and remarriage, he forfeited his commandinglead

With a smirk, big city and big sources. haps two million farmers who for the nomination and opened the door to 'the conserv- ON THE RIGHT
= =
r 1 1r do not have the land or capi- the end
brethren would ,pounce with atives whom he had fought for a generation. In
r county tal to keep on "farming.") he lost, but at least he fought.
1 i belittling glee upon the hapless indIvidual Working hand in hand with the This is more than can be said about many of the best Notes FromTheDayAfter
Food prices are an acute
who identified himself as a Chamber of Commerce in assessingthe issue. of the Republican liberals, who had control of the party I
from 1952 to 1960 but did not prepare a strong line of succession -
Levy Countian. Less than two dec- credit and debit sides of Levy's
e' The Congress will soon set to Eisenhower, and who then sat silently on the
ades ago, this sprawling area knownas ledger has been the Rural Area Development in motion a food industry sidelines and let Goldwater take over.

Levy County was considered Council. It's a fledging study. Cattlemen complainsome Scranton is now the symbol of their frustrations. He
of the large chain stores would not lead the party, so he must follow it. He triedto
strictly rural and somewhat back- organization that aims to promote raise their own cattle and avoid the battle and must now plunge into it alongsidea

ward, where the natives' idea of rural welfare and development. The are able to control prices. Re- leader whose approach to the race problem and to many By WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY, JR. I IA

RAD Council has conducted seriesof tailers counter that charge by other fundamental problems at home and abroad are radi- J
1 culture was to attend a Saturday a that cattlemen cally different from his own. This is true of many othersas PERSONAL TRIUMPH? that if they desired to see the
t night movie or "hoe-down," and the self-evaluation meetings whereinthe saying have well. 1. Senator Goldwater, with Party nominate anyone at all I

principal industry was deer-hunting. shortcomings and the needs of greedy are, themselves overproducedand to blame Since the Arizona Senator won in California, there has characteristic modesty, in- other than Goldwater-Lodge,
been vague muttering about a last-minute drive to stop him. sisted on Tuesday night that Nixon, Scranton, Romney-
the county have been candidly pre- for lower income. The aver- This is understandable: Barry's victory in California does the victory was not personal], they should vote for Rockefel

t Not so anymore. sented. age citizen will be puzzled. In not make him right about how to deal with Mississippi, rather that it was a victoryfor ler.

a free enterprise system is Cuba and Viet Nam, with the poor, the unemployed and the "mainstream of the Goldwater did more, then,

Much of the bucolic lore on Levy The most recent of these meetings production of? cattle The to becomea the old. But these tardy heroics raise several practical ques- Republican Party." than beat Rockefeller. He
privilege consumer
tions. It is of course impossible to beat the field. He did so, more
County was unearned in the past. dealt with the county's educational citizen will welcome the con- say whether the victory could over, after absorbing the fier-

And he who today looks down the system and came up with the let's- gressional study. If he is WOULD THEY SUCCEED? Or would they leave the Re- have been achieved by an-' cest punishment meted o u t
\ being "had" he wants to publican Party even weaker that it Is today? How do you other Republican clearlyGoldwater's upon any American political
of his at our neighboring -
length nose face-facts that the
consensus county know.
beat somebody with nobody? personality fig- figure since Joe McCarthy.
county to the south and west of would do well to consolidate its The main threat to a vigorous and healthy two-party political ured greatly in his favor. All the pollsters, who had

us does so without knowledge of the smaller high schools. School consoli- THE BIG FARMERS the system in the United States is the weakness of the But Goldwater was correctin buried Goldwater before he
small percentage that produce Republican opposition. Goldwater and Rockefeller both insisting that there is a was quite dead, conceded
cultural and economic progress this dation is "fighting words" in most more than 90 per cent agree about that. The GOP is seriously outnumbered in the meaning to the vote in California there was a groundswell in

geographic giant of North Central counties. of all the nation consumes federal and state capitals. It has only 17 governors to the that transcends his per- favor of him.

has made of late. also want a hearing. Evi- Democratic Party's 33. The division in the House of Repre- sonality. And sure enoughmany WHERE IS THEMAINSTREAM 4;
i Florida dence offered is that the price sentatives is 254 Democrats to 178 Republicans; in the Sen- commentators are already ? 1

Another healthy sign of economicand spread began after the second ate it is 33 Republicans to 67 Democrats, or less than a reading the result in 2. Senator Goldwater's showing ,

(' As items of cultural progress in sociological-progress in Levy great war. Since that time re- half.The California as suggesting noth- is of considerable consequence

f Levy County, we point to: County is that the County Housing tail food costs have increasedby basic difference in the GOP and the nation-For this ing much more than a pref- on precisely the point, I
about 29 per cent. is a national and not just a party matter-has been how erence for Goldwater, "t h e Where indeed IS the main-
Authority has undertaken and half to strengthen the Republicans and establish a more secure kindly Westerner and the fam- stream of contemporary Re. ,
i The first Cedar Key Art Festi- The nation is eating more "
t ti completed more than $1V& million balance. ily man, over Rockefeller, publicanism? The rhetoric of I
val, being staged this weekend, is and better than ever be- "the slick Easterner and wife- the past six months issued
worth of low rental the
housing in fore. We are consuming more "
GOLDWATER BELIEVED the to do it mini- snatcher.
way was by from the camp of Governor
artists and art
expected to attract towns of Bronson, Williston, Chief- meat and we are demand- mizing the power of the federal executive in dealing with That analysis would appearto Rockefeller and his supporters I"

lovers from all over the state and land and Cedar Key. ing the better and more. expensive social and economic problems of the country and by creatinga break down, in the light of has hammered on the

Southeast. :Mrs. Bessie Gibbs, who cuts of beef. Steak, stronger military establishment to use as the basis of a the success with which the theme of modern progressive I
always a favorite, dominatesthe more nationalistic and aggressive foreign policy. political realities had been Republicanism defined 1
as excluding -
. r directed planning of the festival, Alachua where the need better incomes tables.
County, Rockefeller just as sincerely believed such a policy would communicated to the votersof Goldwater and his !

yt said most of Cedar Key's hotel and for such housing is just as great or seriously aggravate relations with the Negro, with the un- California. They knew supporters.

'/ motel rooms were booked well in greater, has had a nominal "housing CATTLEMEN of other meats and, poultry producers ,- "ultra-conservative They are a thing" whereas called

advance of the event. authority" since 1960 that, as far vegetables and fruits com- DEAN OF INTERPRETIVE NEWS COLUMNISTS Rockefeller-Javits, -Case-

as we know, hasn't functioned even plain about the price spread. are "moderates" (the termi-
Because of price increase, in does
An library
up-to-date program nology question
N to the point of getting organized. and our prosperity which en-
\ which in cooperation with Marion Goldwater After Californiadidate appear to acknowledge the ex-
ables us to buy more expen- istence of any ultraism on the
I( 'I and Citrus Counties and with the Then add to all the above: sive food and eat more of it, Republican left -merely on

J1 backing of the county commissions, we now pay a little better the right).
than $26 billion more for food By WALTER UPPMANN by the determined minorityon of their own. But the
California down the
: has led to the establishment oft The current construction of a than in the late 1940s..the the right. constituency of the moderate split
Sen. Barry Goldwater's victory middle-made, one might putit
$115,000 natural gas distribution total food bill is about leaders will crumble; and con-
of $67
branches in all the municipalities (surrendering completely to
in California is the be-
IT WILL BE difficult, especially fronted with Barry Goldwater,
Levy County and the bringing of system by the city of Williston, the billion.Of ginning, not the end, of the if General Eisenhower large sections of the Republican the fashionable terminology).

regularly scheduled bookmobile serv- planned construction of a modern 20- the increase $23.25 billion drama and ordeal of the Re- retires from the strug- voters will turn to Lyndon a moderate the moderate decision on for whichis the
went to the food gle, but it is too early to Johnson. During the California course
ice to every community and hamlet. bed hospital by that city and the recent proces- publican Party. For Californiais say future of the Party. Got 1 dwater's -
sors and stores..and $3 bil true that it is impossible. Thereare primary campaign it was
by no means a sampleof lead of is
adoption of an up-to-date zon- lion extra to farmers. Con- the Republican Party in the powerful segments of the estimated that about 40 per in course, crucial
winner.take. all
The initiation of music pro- ing and building ordinance. sumers are eating more nation, and if Goldwater is Republican Party which have cent of the Republican voters tem. He a would now sys-to

grams in all the county high schools yet the net income of the nation's nominated it can be only be- everything to lose if Gold- preferred Johnson to Goldwater have the nomination appear in the
water is the head of the ticket. or Rockefeller.
which has resultedin Current planning of a munici- agriculture declined in cause a majority of the dele- bag. And the very fact that
some years ago the past 20 years from $17 billion gates decide to ignore and override In great states like Illinois,
It can be said, of course, he has it will force calmer at-
well-drilled bands that hold their pal water system in Bronson, con- to about $12.5 billion. the wishes and the opin- Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, that this is a delightful pros- tention to his position than ;

own, musically and in marching, struction during the past five yearsof The food industry proces- ions and the interests of the New California York,it New Jersey be that and pect for the Democrats. But, has been given it by those hys

with most other bands of their size. a modern county health center, sors denies with some heat majority of the Republicanvoters. available Republican may candi-no much as I prefer Lyndon John terla-ridden folk who have

and an imposing addition to the that they are responsible.Food date can defeat President son to any of the available Republican spoken as though to open

county courthouse at of industry profits also are candidates and hope their eyes and look at, rather
a cost more Johnson. But in these states
We could mention too, the bring- down from the 1947-49 period. THE REPUBLICAN drama the for his election with a decisive than merely to curse, 'Senator -
than $300,000. Republican tickets, which
] ing of the famed Texas Boys Choirto Average wages in the food in- turns on whether the moder- include governors and sena- mandate, the prospectof Goldwater's dream for. a
ate leaders are prepared to a better world is risk
Republican Party con to being
Williston last year as a cultural The bringing of a $1 million-a- dustry were $1.03 an hour in risk the disaffection of the tors, would be ravaged by trolled by an extremist factionis turned into stone. ,

highlight and the fact that when year beverage crate industry to Bron- 1947. They now average $2.17. extremists of. the right in Goldwater's nomination.As disturbing. It will rupture AN EMANCIPATION I
The consumer prefers food in many of the Republican
order the main
various University of Florida Lyceum son by Brice Crates, Inc., throughthe packages. The housewife buys to preserve leaders in these pivotal states that cohesiveness around the PROCLAMATION?
traditions of the It
party. was moderate center which is the 3. The refusal of Califom-
Council in Gainesville newly-formed Bronson meat if it is will have their political lives
events are staged Develop- more readily pre- these traditions which Gen. special genius of the American fans to repudiate Goldwater-
the proportionate number of ment Corporation. cut and wrapped in clear Dwight Eisenhower describedthe in jeopardy, they may yet party system.IT which they had been Invitedto

Levy Countians in the audience plastic. She selects vegetables other day in his article find courage and the will to do by everybody from U r

likely is as great as the number from The creation of a water and packages in clear plastic for the New York Herald Tri come is together still possible and to to do do-to whatit IS A DANGEROUS thingat Thant on down, or if you prefer
than those (
more frequently bune. .
this time to inject into our up suggests, more-
Alachua County. sewer district to provide the island loose in bins. The frozen foods stop the nomination of Gold-
public life such a divisive over, a vital act of sectional
city of Cedar Key with fresh water attract more and more cus In view, however, of the water and to rally to the tra- force as Goldwater incarnates.We emancipation of enormousand

And what of Levy's economic pro- from the mainland and with a mod- tomers. The sale of ready din- fact that on the eve of the ditional Republican, like Gov. are a great continental enduring cultural signifi-
California primary General William Scranton who unites
gress? ern sewage disposal system. ners, meat, vegetables and Eisenhower himself the plural society, and we cannot cance. New York, after a bit-
soup, booms. The packagingof ated Roscoe Drummond'sapparently party. afford to have a politician ter contest, appears to have
these is expensive. Some running for President who its
There's the move now to establisha Booming building in Chiefland, authorized inter- FAILING THIS, the Republican yielded pre eminence. \
persons still squeeze orangesfor makes it his vocation to shar- The victory to I
federal savingsand loan association including construction of modern pretation of the article, it is convention of 1964 prove
and embitter
juice. :Most do not. They pen to the sec- be pyrrhic but that often is
in Levy County to augment the shopping center and work underway reasonably certain that Gen will be in many ways like the tional racial class -
now buy the processed cans of ideological the case, if only for the time
eral Eisenhower has disastrous
no stom- convention of 1912
banking services available. A what issues that we must learnto being. The condition
now on will be one of the concentrate. of the
ach for the he which the when
fight. Perhaps split party
name-Tri-County Federal Savingsand finest high school athletic fields in i can be fortified once more. the old guard machine dele live with and to outlive. Negroes, after their formal

Loan Association-has been se- this part of Florida, plus the expansion FOOD PROCESSORS, not- For if the moderate Republican gates rode over the Theodore Nor can we afford the tom- manumission one hundred

lected for the proposed facility, and of present utilities and the plan ing this trend to buy more center cannot rally around Roosevelt progressives. The toms and the flagpole sitting years ago, deteriorated in the '
expensive cuts of meat and the then it will party will not split this which he substitutes for period immediately ensuing.
ex-president, yearas serious -
Bronson, the county seat, has been ning of a sewerage system by the And Goldwater's ,
to shop for_ frozen delicaciesand be exceedingly difficult to prevent it did in 1912. The moder- consideration of the ter- victory,
4 chosen as a possible location. city to provide for anticipated ready-dishes of souffles the capture of the party ates will not nominate a can- rible !Issues of peace and war. which will almost surely result -
growth. creamed spinach, corn andso in a sullen, if not mutinous

The association would serve a 50- on, naturally exploit it. But I resentment by the East-
ern forces of which
mile radius, including Dixie and Gil- Levy economic someone must pay for the Rocke-
County's feller
progressis the
Christ Counties, and would make being built broader base packages and the productioncost was well spokesman,
upon' a of them. Food Voice of the may very appear empty
available building and business loans than those rural counties where stores say this processorsand is where People in November. But its sIgnifi-

which out-of-county banks often are agriculture is the prime source of the most "spread" occurs.A cance transcends the expected
f reluctant to make in Levy County. I defeat of the Republican ticket -
revenue, according to the latest Eco- I
i study, ordered by Con- On The Sun's Opinion Page in the fall by however .
nomic Leaflet prepared by the University -
gress, will be held. (In an great the majority.To .

The proposed association is being of Florida. election year that was inevi 0"..... ... '.s'a'lt'. .. Sea.'alas .rt W.| ... !. It.. Vile. ef IU ,...... oLt. Left.,swart begin with, Lyndon John-
promoted by the Levy County Cham- table.) There will be wit- to aI.... sad tow tto writers tUnn. NJMM wffl to .......W if mtt4. Utttr ..buLllIet son will move right, Just as
ber of Commerce. And the formation But primarily it has been the nesses and hearings. The food weed 500 wtvds sad stet to written .. Mly U. .f .... MPf tafry <..... to MM*.n.s. be would have moved left if
peo- .. mina the rJffct to nft mr ktttr w to .torft. h, wHtovf c.......*. ... vritcr'c Klahat. Rockefeller had been nominated .
1 of this organization a coupleof ple that have lent impetus to what processors,, on the face of .
is in itself things, have _a good argument by the Republicans. And {
years ago another can be described. as Levy County's"Operation Lincoln MightGive rejected Mr. Burns political their virtue and vigilance, no secondly the traces to the

Levy County progress story. Bootstrap." The countyhas "philosophy" I recommendthe administration by any ex- East having been broken;

come a long way during the past Who remembers when the Solace conditional optimism of treme of wickedness or folly the Republican Party will never

The municipalities of Levy County decade and its citizens can be just average family had meat but Abraham Lincoln as expressed can very seriously injure the again be dominated by the

,I lacked Chambers of Commerce, so l ly proud of Levy joining the ranks once a week the Sunday EDITOR. Sun: For those in his First Inaugural Ad- government in the short spaceof editorial writers for the New
one Was roast hen or "joint" of beefor 450,000 citizens of the stateof dress: four years/ York Herald-Tribune. Free at
organized on a countywide of Florida's leading counties.
a pork? Florida who by their vote "While the people retain PAUL R. ELLIOTT last.


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4A.' GoiimvilU(( SunSundoy., June 1% 1964

COLORED NEWS There will be a joint meetingof I
E2 R' .
\ the Ushers and deacons of the

Shady Grove Primitive Baptist :
iahttsuillt i ttn B. F. Childs, Colored News EditorA Church at the home of Mr. and'. IIR

: LANDMARK "Life of the late President John 5.Irs.p.m.ST. Sammie. Campbell today at 3

Bible Thought "The harvestof \ Kennedy" shown.

the Spirit is love, joy, peace; Interested children and adultsare PETERSBURG- NEWS 4

JOHN R. 'HARRISON, 'raie.M ... patience, kindness goodness, fidelity invited. There is no admission Registration for School aY'
*tkUk ri ?AT COWIM. Yk *rtrt- gentleness and self price. ,
Registration for Gibbs Junior *,
__ ."" ZO JOBWSOX.' Ytc PraisesFlorida's control. There is no law dealing '
(BOl) College summer session will be
aM ZitcmtlT* EcJtou W. !
Beautiful with such these. Ga- LEGAL AIDE TALKSST.
things as (
LDL&DOLL. Vtc TTttittmt M A4veCity' held June 12 from 9 a.m. to 5
-'Un ? r1 TtriUtef Director BOB TABTAO1JONE. lations 52223.: NEB.) PETERSBURG The p.m., it was announced.Miss .
1 TU rreiUwt &.t I nation's top legal advisor to the Esther Harris, registrar, 1." f ,
tlMt lbaaer. DAYTONA BEACH U.S. Government deliverd the +tr
said regular class session for a
Methodist Conference keynote address for Gibbs Junior -
THE SUN'S POLICY summer work will begin on \
: The Annual Methodist Church College's Commencement Monday, June 15, at 9 pjn. ) tr

1 = ..... 1. Report the news fully and impartially in the news columns. Conference,. which began Wed- Exercises. "Both day and evening sessions ,- ., -' qi' ,
t '. 2. Express the opinions of the Sun In-but only in-editorials. nesday, Is closing today. Duringthe Abram J. Chayes, the legal will be conducted for 10 or jt .. ;
: 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. advisor for the of
morning worship ajn. more students who desire any of t ... .J
: The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 Bishop Marcus Harris will State was on campus June 3 to the 90 courses'listed in the sum '*\"-" -' \$"

= Want Adi-376-4672 preach, followed by the reading deliver[ the main address to 201 mer bulletin," Miss Harris said.A ej --- ,j' v i .,

- ? of the appointments which sophomores representing t h eCollege's special program will be offered .- ,> ,'- \ ._, -,r -
will bring the conference to an sixth graduating class. for recent high school 1 GET SPACE JOBS gram' said Mrs. Scurry, "butwe
Chayes spoke on "Civil Rightsand graduates. Instruction will be DAYTONA BEACH Three don't know yet just what

;j A Salute to Levy County end.The attendance has been good. the Poverty Program and I provided for in-service teachers Volusia County Community College we'll be doing." Project
their Relationship to our Total I
and regular students, also. electronics students, one a Gemini calls for developmentof

t CHURCH, PROGRAM Foreign Policy. Cost of summer school in $53. coed, will be graduated into a two man space capsule
Time was when the mere mention basis to work for the betterment of There will be a program at He discussed both major America's space program next capable of prolonged lunar ex-
R American issues from the
; of Levy County elicited a snicker the entire county. One of the chamber's the Mt. Herman Baptist Churchon standpoint that "the problems of FRIENDSHIP CHOIRS UNION month. ploration flights.
June 9 at 8 p.m. in behalf The Friendship Choirs' Union The three, VCCC's first stu- The three said they have
slicker. first projects has been to take the United States do not exist
1 from the city of the Women's Home Mission. from will present its Inspirational dents to be employed in the been interested in working in

inventory of Levy's sprawling re Independently or apart I Program Monday at 8 p. m. aerospace industry, have been the electronics field for several
problems of the other nationsof
:' With a smirk, big city and big sources. NAACP MEETING SET the world. While other nations -at the Mt. Olive A.M.E. Church hired by McDonnell Air raft years and "this was the best

county brethren would pounce withY There will be a very important are struggling to achieve with Rev. Arnold, pastor. Corp., Cape Kennedy, as laboratory offer so far."
meeting of the National As- There will be a business technicians. To prepare them for the job,
economic and ad
individual Working hand in hand with the improvement
belittling glee upon the hapless sociation for the Advancementof I vancement of their people, the meeting following the program. They are Mrs. Ruthye Mae VCCC has given the studentsan

who identified himself as a Chamber of Commerce in assessingthe Colored People on the United States is struggling to Scurry, 423 Pine St., Bonnie extensive background in

Levy Countian. Less than two decades credit and debit sides of Levy's ground floor of Mt..Carmel Baptist -achieve human rights as well asa Campville-Demastions Mis-! Paul Johnson, 316 Ocean general electronics courses-and
Church June 8 at 8 p.m. eliminate pockets of povery sionary Baptist Sunday School Dunes Road; and Harold C. calculus in addition to the nor-
ago, this sprawling area known ledger has been the' Rural Area Development that still exist in our prosperous with the superintendent in Pinkney, Sanford. mal college courses.

1 as Levy County was considered Council. It's a fledging HAWTHORNE NEWS nation." charge, 9:30: a. m.; morning "We've been told we'll be They're scheduled to join

Panel DiscussionThe It was through the efforts of worship Communion, 11 a.nv; working on the Gemini pro- McDonnell June 15. .
back- organization that aims to
and somewhat promote
strictly rural and evening worship 7:30
f Baptist Training Union of former Michigan Governor G. p.m. I
ward, where the natives' idea of rural welfare and development. The Galilee Baptist. Church is spon- Mennen Williams that Chayes Rev. C. Nelson pastor.Mt. .I rick, host pastor, June 16 at SAMUEL J BROCKINGTON ,
: culture was to attend a Saturday RAD Council has conducted a seriesof soring a panel discussion on the spoke. The latter has the offi- Ft. Pierce.
14 self-evaluation theme: "Decisions Ahead" at cial rank of Assistant Secretaryof Communion, 7 p.m. instead 11 The subject for the oratorical Final rites for Mr. Samuel
ri! night movie or "hoe-down, and the meetings whereinthe the church today at 5:30: p.m. State and was appointed to a.m. contest is "Christian Steward- Joseph Brockington will be

I ; principal industry was deer-hunting. shortcomings and the needs of The panelists are: Mrs. A. M. his present position by the late ship and Christian Principles held this afternoon 3 p. m.
from Florida President John F. in PLANS MEETINGThe through Sunday School Train- from the Church of God in
the county have been candidly pre- Madison, a graduate Kennedy
t 9 deacons and ushers of Christ at Alachua with the
i ,
ing. Rev. C. H. Samuel
A. and M. University and president
Not so anymore. sented. 1961.Lincoln the Grove Primitive Elder Mills and Elder
Shady Baptist Hugh
Mrs. F. D. Shannon
.. also the University of Pennsyl- High graduates in the ; re'
Church will meet jointly at Anderson officiating.Mr. .
vania, Mrs. A. G. Moffett, a graduation ceremonies were: porter.
Much of the bucolic lore on Levy The most recent of these meetings graduate from Florida A. and Eva Burney, Emma Cooper, the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam- Brockington, a former

: County was unearned in the past. dealt with the county's educational M. University; Mrs. Idella Mattie Jones, and Susie Wal- Campbell F. D. Shannon Sunday, at reporter.5 p.m. TALLAHASSEE NEWS citizen of Alachua who had
Parker, attended Florida Mem- ters. Maebelle Hicks of Alachua !Award PresentedA been living in St. Petersburgfor
looks down the
: And he who today system and with the let's-
came award has
up also graduated. qualifying year
attended several
orial College; Hansel Maxey, PERSONALSMis years, died Wednesday
: length of his nose at our neighboring face-facts consensus that the county Florida A. M. University Celestine Williams been presented by the Wood- in the University Teaching
county to the south and west of would do well to consolidate its ; Joseph Williams, a graduate -CHOIRS' UNION recent graduate of Lincoln row Wilson to Fellowship Ann Foundation Jones Hospital following an extended
The Friendship Choirs' Union Penelope ,
1 : us does so without knowledge of the smaller high schools. School consoli- from Don Vocational School; will present its monthly Inspi- High School *is leaving for of Miami, well known in Gaines- illness.
"' and Rev. B. C. Clinton, pastor. Washington, D.C., on Tuesday.
ville and 1964 graduate of His survivors include one
rational June a
and economic this Program Monday,
cultural progress dation is "fighting words" in most
8, at 8 p.m. at the Mt. Olive Miss Brown, a student at Florida A. and M. University, adopted son, Harrison Dewitt
. I : geographic giant of North Central counties. BIBLE SCHOOLChildren I A.M.E. Church. Lane College, Jackson Tenn., according to an announcementmade Williams of Jacksonville; his

Florida has made of late. who plan to attend There will be a business meet- recently arrived here to spend at Princeton, N. J., by mother, Mrs. Marie Lee of

Another healthy sign of economicand the Daily Vacation Bible School ing following the program. F. the summer. Hans Rosenhaupt, national director Madison; four sisters Mre.

As items of cultural in Church, are asked to register G. Wingate, president; Mrs. G. Lynwood Simmons, an alum- of the foundation. Lena Clark of Clearwater; Mrs.
progress sociological-progress in of Lincoln School
nus High
today at 5 L. Siuder, reporter. Tantamount to an award for Camilla Peterson, Mrs. Daisy
''Levy County, we point to: County is that the County Housing pjn. I. student at Edward Waters College -two years' study, the qualifying Harris and Mrs. Elizabeth

j ALACHUA NEWS Jacksonville, recently returned award will enable her to Reese, all of Leesburg; and
Authority has undertaken and half SICK MEMBERS
i to the University City.
Art Festival Quarterly ConferenceThe study for enrichment duringthe many neices and nephews.
The first Cedar Key -
.( The members of the Friend Mr. and
Mrs. Jesse
completed than Gaineyand
more $1i% million third quarterly confer- academic year 1964-65,
being? staged this weekend, is ship Baptist Church, who are children all of Cocoa satisfactorily completingthe Interments will be made in
worth of low rental housing in the : ence will be held at the St. upon
I "shut-in, are as follows: Mrs. Beach, were the past weekend qualifying she will the Newansville Cemetery under
I :expected to attract artists and art Luke A.M.E. Church today with year
: towns of Bronson Williston Chief- Sarah Mrs. Rawles, of Mrs. the
Ivory, Mary Rev. Jenkins in charge. guests Gainey's parentsMr. receive a regular Woodrow direction of White and
;lovers from all over the state and land and Cedar Key. Mrs. Lucile Barnett and others The class leaders' contest will and Mrs. Glenn Banks, Wilson Fellowship for 1965.66.Q4bituatit Dorsey Funeral Home.

Southeast. Mrs. Bessie Gibbs, who whose names were not avail- at Brooker.
.I: come to a close today at 3 p.m.
able at time. :Mrs. Liza Mae Gainey of
.' directed planning of the festival, Alachua County, where the need press Each member is asked to see Umatilla, was the past week REV. E. B. DANIELS
his or her class leader.
: said most of Cedar Key's hotel and for such housing is just as great or SPECIAL NOTICEThe end guest of her aunt, Mrs. I Final rites for Rev. E. B.

::motel rooms were' booked well in greater, has had a nominal "housingauthority" young people of the HIGH SPRINGS NEWS Emma R. Smith, and other MRS. WILLIE MAE PORTER Daniels of Micanopy, who died
a Friendship Baptist Church are relatives at Brooker. services for Mrs.
Plans "TeaSip"The Funeral June 3 at his home followinga
4 :.:.advance of the event. since 1960 that, as far sponsoring a special service on Organ Guild of Mt. Car- Miss Lillie Mitchell and Er-' Willie Mae P.orter, of 546 Jor- brief illness, will be conducted

as we know, hasn't functioned even Sunday, June 14. mel Methodist Church is spon- nest Howell both of Umatilla, dan Park, St. Petersburg, will Wednesday, June 10, at 2
; :: An up-to-date library program to the point of getting organized. The speaker during the morn- soring a "Tea-Sip" today at 4 were guests of Mr. HowelTsparents be held today at 2 p.m. in the pm. from the Mt. Zion A.M.E.

t :;:Which, in cooperation with Marion ing services at 11 a.m. will be pm. at the church. Mr. and Mrs. Alphonso Church of Christ. Church in Ocala, with Bishop
Rev. Jerald Williams, a mem- There will be an interesting Howell, the past weekend at She is survived by her son, E. C. Hatcher and Rev. M. M.
::and Citrus Counties and with the Then add to all the above: ber of the Mt. Pleasant Methodist program rendered in the main Brooker. (Mrs. Nellie Moore, James Oscar Daniels, Detroit, Lindsey officiating. Interment

backing of the county' commissions, Church; and there will bea auditorium of the church by talents -reporter.) Mich.; brother, Oscar Lewis, will follow in the Citra Ceme-

:'has led to the establishment of The current construction of a variety program at 7:30 p.m. from the various churchesof Mattie Miss Mary Smith H.both Jones of and Miss city; sister-in-law, Mrs. Louisa tery in Citra.
Everyone is invited to attend. the city. Lewis, city; nephew. Private
:branches in all the municipalities of $115,000 natural gas distribution Miss Annie Mae Bradley, Miss The "Tea Sip" and Social were sightseeing in the Univer First Classman Harold Lewis, Rev. Daniels Is survived by

;:.Levy County and the bringing of system by the city of Williston, the Rilla Mae Harrell and Mrs. Har Hour will be observed in the sity City yesterday. Ft. Braggs, N.C.; and 9 grand his ten wife, Mrs. Susie B. Daniels;
r Mrs. Dora Anderson returned children, Mrs. Asza Lee
:regularly scheduled bookmobile service planned construction of a modern 20- riet Burton, sponsors.ANNIVERSARY basement The president after,the Mrs.program.Arizona here yesterday from AtlantaGa. children.Creal Funeral Home Is in Hart, Solomon D. Daniels,

': to every community and hamlet. bed hospital by that city and the recent PROGRAMThe Willard, and members of the ., where she was called because charge. Charlie W. Daniels, E.B. Dan-
of business. lets Jr., Mrs. Viola Blake
adoption of an up-to-date zon- Juvenile Lodge No. 113 Organ Guild are expecting you
Rev. R. Sams and Mrs. Mrs. Willie Mae Stockes, Mrs.
The initiation of music programs ing and building ordinance. will celebrate its anniversary at and yours to attend. Bessie Mae Wesley, both of Funeral services for Julius Dorothy Bell Morris, Rev. Rich-

in all the county high schools the Mt. Moriah Baptist Churchtoday AILING AT HOME I Williston, attended the meetingat Cook, pioneer citizen of the ard Daniels, Mrs. Annie Mae
Current planning of munici- at 3 p.m. The following are ail Hampton Junior College Ad- will be Best and Mrs. Margaret E.
which has resultedin a persons Rutledge Community
some years ago During the anniversary, there Tate 37
visory Committee held at the ; grandchildren three
at their homes: Tom Ma- Greater Fort Clark ;
ing held the
well-drilled' bands that hold their pal water system in Bronson, con- will be a Talent Program rendered Fin- college at Ocala recently. great-grandchildren and other
thais and Mrs. Margaret Baptist Church today at 4 p.m. "
own, musically and in marching, struction during the past five yearsof and also the crowningof ley. Mrs. F. D. Shannon;reporter. Alfred Williams, of Ocala, returned -instead of 3 p.m. as was pre- relatives.

with most other bands of their size.We a modern county health center, the members queen for are 196465.The asked. to a to week his home at Williston after spending as viously announced. Rev. W. A. Rev. Daniels will lIe In stale

and an imposing addition to the be dressed in white. _, w,>,>.v..,>',' """-"" __.....-.....-' house guest of his sister, Mrs. Miles will officiate. Intermentwill at the Hughes and Chestnut
could mention too, the bring- county courthouse at a cost of more :: si> Susie Waters. (Mrs. Bessie follow in the family plot Memorial Chapel from this.
1 there.[ morning until
than $300,000. SUNDAY SCHOOL s Mae Wesley reporter.) Tuesday after-
ing of the famed Texas Boys Choirto ,/ j s Relatives are asked to meetat noon; from 5 p.m. Tuesday till7pm. I
There will be services at the
the home of Mr. and Mrs. at the St. Stevens I
Williston last year as a cultural The bringing of a $1 million-a- Hopewell Baptist Church June < s WACHOOTA NEWS Julius Cook, Jr., of 1206 NW A.M.E. Church in Leesburg

highlight and the fact that when year beverage crate industry to Bron- 11 at 8 pjn. in behalf of the ai i Women's and Men's DayWomen's 5th Ave., at 3:15 p.m. and will lie in state at the
I and Men's will
various University of Florida Lyceum son by Brice Crates, Inc., throughthe Sunday The speaker.School.on this occasion l' /' t, be observed jointly at the Day Hope Home is in charge. Ward Chapel A.M.E. Church. in "

" Council events are staged in Gainesville newly-formed Bronson Development will be Rev. L W. Washington.I t-z' Well Baptist Church Sunday, JEFF BOOTH ing Micanopy until 12:15 on Wednesday morn

I the proportionate number of Corporation. !kw"';"'. .,iit June 14. The schedule of services -! Funeral services for Jeff p.m.

Levy Countians in 'the audience NOTICE is as follows: Sunday Booth of Trenton will be held The family and friends are
1 I The choral of School, 9:30 a.m.; Rev. C. Nelson ) kindly ask to meet at the homeof
LodgeNo. Churchat
likely is as great as the number from The creation of a water and group at the Ebenezer Baptist
y Alachua district '113 is asked to meet at and his congregation from Trenton today at 1:30 p.m. Rev. Daniels In Micanopy
County. sewer to the
provide island
i I the home of Charlie Ross, of the Demastions Baptist Church with Rev. W.M. Houston of at 12:30 p.m. to form the cortege -
r city of Cedar Key with fresh water 704 SW 5th Terrace, June 9 at will conduct a joint service at ficiating.His that will proceed to the

1: 1; And what 'of Levy's economic pro- from the mainland and with' a mod- 8 p.m. for rehearsal. 11 a.m.; and Rev. Wright and immediate survivors include church. The pallbearers are
: gress? ern sewage disposal system. e his congregation from the Second his wife. Mrs. Claranell Rev. G. W. Martin, Rev. C.D.

SLATES MEETINGThe 4< Bethel Baptist Church Booth; daughter, Miss Ann Lazier, Rev E.L. Walker, Rev.C. .
Micanopy, will also conduct a Strong, Rev. James Nead
: sisters Mrs.
There's the establisha City-Wide MissionaryBand Booth, Trenton; ,
move now Booming building in Chiefland, joint service at 3 and Rev. Dan Williams.
will meet at the Bell Nur- p.m. Lottie Bailey, Georgia; Mrs.
federal savings and loan association including construction of a modern The members are urged to S. Sanford and These services are under the
Ann Douglas,
on Monday at 4:30
i I : in Levy County to augment the shopping center, and work now under p.m.sery The book is now open for be present. Rev. C. Nelson, Mrs. Elnira Waits, Jackson- direction of the Hughes Ts

i banking services now available. A way on what will be one of the new members. DISTRICT SUPT. pastor ville.Duncan Chestnut Funeral I Home.

name' Tri-County Federal Savings finest high school athletic fields in Elder Hugh Anderson (above), SUNDAY SCHOOLCONVENTION Brothers Funeral

:and Loan Association-has been selected this part of Florida, plus the expan- LIBRARY HOUR District Superintendent, of the Home is in charge. MRS. FLORENCE, JAMES

I for the proposed ,facility, and sion of present utilities and the plan- The library at the Friendship Gainesville District, meeting The Sunday School Conven- MRS. JOHNNIE BELL WOODS
Baptist Church will be open today which win begin at the Church tion held Final rites for Mrs. Florence
Bronson, the county seat, has been ning of a sewerage system by the will be at the Mt.
chosen at 5:30 pjn. of God in Christ at Starke, from Pleasant Primitive Baptist Friends will regret to learnof James of 114 NE 15th St., who
\ as a possible location. city to j
provide for
I anticipated There will be a film entitled June 11 to June 14. K Church with Rev. S. P. Kilpat- the death of Mrs. Johnnie died Thursday at her home fol.
growth. Bell Woods, of.605. NW 2nd St.. lowing a brief illness, will be
The association would -- -.- which occurred araet el rbff
serve a 50- conducted today at 2 pm. from
I ,mile radius including Dixie and Gil- Levy County's economic which occurred after a brief the WiggingsvUle Baptist
christ Counties, and would make being built illness. Church in Greenville with the
a broader base I'
Voice of then She was transferred to her Rev. W. J. Taylor officiating.
available building and business loans than those, rural counties, where People I home at Orlando. Interment will follow In the

:which out-of-county banks, often are agriculture is the prime source of | Duncan Brothers Funeral WiggingsvUle Cemeter

:reluctant to make in Levy County. revenue, according to the latest Eco- I ;Home was in charge of local Mrs. James is survived by ..

nomic Leaflet prepared by the Uni- = The Sun's Opinion Page; I arrangements.MRS. her husband, Jake James;

:. The proposed association is being versity of Florida. three children, Mrs. Mattie B.
Opinions and co...... .. $.. reoders ore welcome !. tfce V.ic..1 tbe People colon. Letters MARY ANN THOMPSON Welcome, Mrs. Rossie Lee
,, by the Levy Cfcunty Cham- Must be signed end beer tke writer address. N.... win .. withheld if ree,.e.t.d. A Utter .....14 Funeral services for Mrs. Mann and Lonnie Nixon; three
ber of Commerce. And the formation But primarily it has been the not exceed 500 weeds ... Must be written on oaly oae side of the peper. Poetry COMBO be sed. The I Ann of Wil
people Sea reserves the right to reject oy letter or to shertea it, without cb.a, .. t.. writers ....... or Mary Thompson, brothers. Sldny Fuller Isiah
; : of this organization a couple that have lent impetus to what iat..,. II listen, will be held Sunday, Jackson and Harold Higgins,

6f years ago is, in itself, another can be described as Levy CountY'a"Operation June 7 at 2 p.n. at the Mt. and three grandchildren.The .
J rejected Mr. Burns' political"philosophy" their virtue and
Lincoln vigilance, no
Blight Pleasant Church and
:Levy County progress story. Baptist at family friends are _
Bootstrap The "
.... county I recommendthe administration by any ex- Chiefland with Rev. M. Brown to meet at the home of Mrs. ,i
has come a long way during the past Give Solace conditional optimism of treme of wickedness or folly officiating. Interment will be James at 10:45 a.m. to form! .
:: The municipalities of Levy County decade and ,its citizens can be just- Abraham Lincoln as expressed can very seriously injure the made in Levyville Cemetery. the cortege.

lacked Chambers of Commerce, so ly proud of Levy joining the ranks EDITOR, Sun: For those in his First Inaugural Ad- government in the short spaceof Samuel Funeral Home is in These services are under the'

I one'.was<,organized on a- countywide of .Florida's leading counties. 450,000 citizens of the stateof dress: four years." charge. (Mrs. Bessie Mae Wesley direection of the Hughes ft
Florida who by their vote "While the people retain PAUL R. ELLIOTT reporter.) Chestnut Funeral Hone.

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Florida Fine Arts Exhibit to Open I t I I

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SARASOTA The ninth an- mention are Ernest L. Cox Wallace hibitlons. Drawings held at Ohio University .
nual Florida State Fair Fine F. Green and William C. Athens Ohio, and the I
Arts Exhibition will be on display -Robertson, Jr. of Tampa, Mar- A woodcut "Head Studies"was Western Michigan National .
included in the Fifth Dixie
R Print Exhibition at Kalamazoo.The .
in the Ringling Museum of jorie Armston of Clearwater,
Art from June 10 through August Daisy Koenig of Temple Terrace -Annual, held at the Montgomery 50th Annual Californian
26. The showing contains and Craig Rubadoux of Museum of Fine Arts Society of Etchers in San
Montgomery, Ala., and of
1 41 works of contemporary florida -Sarasota. one Francisco also selected an example
two selected for reproductionin Our Personal
artists. I The State Fair Fine Arts Exhibition the catalogue. He also had of Skelley's work for

The Florida State Fair Art I is an attempt to com woodcuts exhibited in "Ulti- showing in their recent exhibi
t Committee prepared the exhibition -municate and pool art resources Brand of Service
.. : ;4 mate Concerns", the Fifth Na-
which was first displayedat throughout Florida, according to ,
t L "t I, the Tampa Art Institute. Following -! Manatee Jr. College art professor tion.TERMITE I
the Ringling showing it Elihu Edelson. I We Want You To t
y--: :; ...-. ,.:' '. a I
J' will travel to the Norton Gal
y :< ( ."" < : ; "As a state that desires to I Know Our Employees! i
r r;;;; ( .; '/ : ; lery and School of Art in West project an attractive image," ,'
: ,: Palm Beach and the Jackson- Edelson said, "Florida is faced I
'I "
Ltt; ;1' ville Art Museum. with the challenge of creatinga :

I[ .d The annual exhibition is opento valid cultural atmosphere that ;[SAFETY t
:j T ,. all artists who reside in Flo- lives up to the boasts of its
r s rida six months of the year. publicists. The new concept of t.
i .". ..x 4t4.. Yt Original works in all styles the State Fair Fine Arts exhibition -

, L.' '_H",_ ,___ ,: .-,.,>" *-><:.. : ..:and media are judged by an whereby it will be shownat vC HECK-DP
out-of-state jury composed of four leading are centers I
Vernon Voelz' 17 inch work in steel, "Owl, was 1r
three authorities of national the state is NO
rep- across a
the only sculpture to win one of the top awards of tI
utation. This in the direction.? .
year's jury con- right OBLIGATIONWHATSOEVER
.'. merit in the Florida State Fair Fine Arts Exhibition -
sisted of C. V. Donovan, pro- PICKED FOR SHOWING ,
which opens at the Ringling Museum of Art on I i
June 10th. fessor of art and director of Robert Skelley, Interim Instructor ; .t :i .
Krannert Art Museum of the of Art at the Univer- Termites could be working day and night to .: .'V ,.,, ,.' ...
University of Illinois; John sity of Florida, has been hon- destroy your home! They work silently but swiftly. f""',;;'; ii'i -'' .

UF Calendar Gordon curator of the Whitney ored this past month by hav- They graduate can be stopped if you ACT NOW. Let a i .(,.:.......... 4.., ,....
Museum of American Art in ing his woodcuts selected for entomologist Pest Control
New York and Harris Prior inspect your home. FREE inspection and estimate.tdtida'Pd .
; showing in several national ex-
7.l (Week of June 8-14)) CONFERENCESAND
director of the Rochester Mem- Margaret Bird

r. ACTIVITIESlU SHORT COURSES orial Art Gallery of the University
handles the full
of Rochester Margaret
i New York.
Tuesday University Sum June 7-13 Florida Bankers More than 800 works were SEWERS time duties of a paying

111 mer Symphony, Edward Trou- School, Broward Hall. considered this year with 101 } and receiving teller. If you 4
J have a Series "E" Savings
June 8-12 Instructive Training selected for the INSTALLED
pin, conductor, University Audi- Tampa open %, CONTROL Bond to cash in, she will
for Social Security Supervisors -ing in February. From this
the highest au-
Wednesday Twilight ConiI Now is the give you
Holiday Inn. number, forty-one were finally AND
tho i d If
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cert Summer Gator Band
I : June 8-20 Communications chosen for exhibition in Sara- time to have asks to
Margaret: you use
Richard W. Bowles, conductor; sota, Jacksonville and West FINANCING CHEMICAL CO
Sciences Seminar in Hearing, your home your account number on
Plaza of the Americas, 6:45 Palm Beach. Ten of the paintings AVAILABLE
Engineering a nd Industries your deposit, its for your
r p.m. Building. have recently. been on display COMPLETE PLUMBING Convenient double protection and quick
at the Florida Showcasein SERVICE
EXHIBITS June 11-13 Region III. Student New York. SAFETY payments credit to your account.
4 Branch of the American
1 June 1-14 Backgrounds of Pharmaceutical Association Annual The five artists who won the GATORPLUMBING Continuous \
Modern Painting, National Gallery top $500 Awards of Merit are maintenance
Convention Medical
of Art, Florida Union Bryan -Sciences Auditorium.June Kenneth A. Kerslake of Gaines contract
Lounge. ville Fonchen Lord of Lake-
20 N.W. 16th Ave j
14-16 Association for jt
land, William Pachner of Clearwater 1f
June Ml One Man Show, Childhood Education Workshop and Syd Solomon and 901 WALDO RD. CHECKED Phone FR 6-2561
Mrs. Kay M. Welborn Florida I Medical Sciences Build Vernon Voelz of Sarasota. Phone 372-4657 "
\ Union, North Wing Gallery. ing Auditorium. Those receiving honorable J
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Catholics EaseCremation

I. How 1-75 Will Pay. ? Its Own Way Rule ,. :. ;i1-\ I.

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Interstate Highway 7S Is a matter of life and death and section with the Sunshine State Parkway, 1-75! will cost -$86 known-about $2,000. ROME Pope Paul VI has I II
t I million. Based on $2,000 per accident, millions of dollars should be j
dollars and cents.It approved rew regulations end
saved annually along Interstate 75. Other important savingscan WE ELIMINATE .
should save: That,section will be open July 15. be found in travel expense. ing the severe penalties imposed HOUSE PESTS
Still left to be built is the 70-mile section between Wildwoodand on Roman Catholics who
Literally hundreds of human' lives 'during the, next few Tampa. The average cost to drive a car a mile is nine cents on a j
ears. freeway and 11 cents on conventional facilities. Figuringtwo chose cremation for themselves I I trJtN_
J Exact figures on the savings that will be realized from cents a mile savings Interstate 4 travelers .should save or others according to Vatican j

-.Untold suffering. that would. :accompany! thousands of in 1-75 haven't been compiled. But estimates based on a studyof $36,000 a day-$12.8 million a year. sources. I 20 NW 16th Ave. FR 6-2661 I
t Interstate-4, which runs from Daytona Beach to St. Peters- ,
juries. The survey of Interstate-4 states that the road should pay I
burg, can effectively be transposed. The State Road Department
for itself three times in the next 13 years in savings to the
-Millions of dollars in damages. them from
compiled recently statistical averages.
people who use it.

More millions in, gasoline, oil-and.other wear and tear Regular highways had a total of 430 accidents per 100 Interstate-75 should rank similarly on the economic scale.ANYWHERE..
on cars. million vehicle miles traveled. (MVM). ''

f -And millions of hours of driving time. Interstate-type highways have only 169 accidents per 100 Sukarno Dances '\: Your .

MVM almost 60 cent less than conventional high-
All the savings life, suffering, dollars and time ways. per on For Birthday SatisfactionAlways 8 /t

should easily add more than the cost of the road, -
according to State Road ,Board Member Ralph Powers of At the same time, traffic fatalities are cut in half under MANILA, Philippines (AP Assured GET 2 FOR THE MONEY :
Lake City. normal conditions by an Interstate Route. Indonesia's President Sukarno w
celebrated his 63rd today CREVASSE FLORIST CARTER
From the Georgia state line to Wildwood and its inter- The savings in life and limb is difficult to translate into and birthday 2015 SE Hawthorne Rd.
by singing dancing at a
dollars, but the cost of an average automobile accident is Phone FR 6-2514 501 N.W. 8th AVE. 376-7588
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fornia survey problem Is similarto the freeway opened, the property highways going through Gaines- -. '
the situation in Gainesville values on land borderingit ville should become more pros- __ JELL0ftvn SA'ff37 3oz J i
where Interstate-75 will bypassthe had leveled off at $10,500 an perous and less congested. 3 25fc
community.In acre. Later industrial develop- Interstate-75 should be one of : W'I, PKGS ,

freeway-bypassed North: ment pushed the value even Gainesville's roads to pros I 1 _..
Sacramento, "Removal of higher. perity. FREE EXTRA I I Y I''I
through traffic from heavily Freeways also bring industry. MERCHANTS GREEN I I

in traveled the urban business area's streets communitieshas with "The studied large majority selected of industries their Sob,StoryiExpertHappy i vm LADY CAKE MI co.roll.Ie FAIR "F a 1 1 GRAPE JUICE 3 1oi CANS 99'NEW -

resulted in substantial busi
plant sites in of
anticipation t -_.I0..s______t .l
ness gains. .
highway improvement. --------6-JO-6.C -----
Traffic volume in North Sacra'
mento dropped 44 cent, but' Traffic Quarterly states that About Jail -, ,., .. .. '" 'FF -
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per in Alameda County in the San '.7' .f .....lZ' 'T ',? % .
business climbed 31 per cent.I '

"All classes of retail business Francisco, property'Bay adjacent MetropolitanArea to the TAMPA (AP-A sob-story ex y F"" YEE&Lu' ?--.. 10US- -NORTH CAROLIMABLUEBERRIES:# .:.Y, ';' '
abutting the bypassed highwaywere East Shore Freeway supported pert was in jail under $1,000 Better Homes :
benefited. In every case, 43.1 per cent of the county's bond Saturday on a federal, Y
their gross sales exceeded the I total industrial development, al- charge of fraud by wire. The I and Garden
average throughout the county.though it was only nine cent FBI said he was happy to be a i
in the two-ear period followingthe per there. I .
of the industrial land. J COOK BOOKS .
freeway opening. J. S. Santoiana Jr., agent-in- ); .
"Further studies emphasizethe Certain forecasts can be made charge of the Tampa FBI. said) j ;
fact that beneficial effectsare for Gainesville on the basis of David Slenker McDonald 61, of PINT
similarly experienced in the California studies. : t
Tampa was arrested ,in Clear-! !
smaller, agriculturally-centered All other things being equal, '
water while awaiting a Western" ; ,r-
'* the 8'OX'
communities. depression along U.S. EACH -
Union ; '
money order from Buffalo : r .-ff-
"There is little evidence to 441 and other heavily traveled N.Y. He said McDonald told' ; ? :
indicate that the benefits of con- through highways in the city the that GET THE COMPLETE SET ,': ;fx
arresting agents it was
trolled access development are should never come about. Instead --, +
necessarily slow in coming," the relief of congestion "a welcome arrest" :.._ L:. ." 4., .I LA' l __ -4n.i ;
By the time he gets out of
Traffic Quarterly adds. should improve the business prison, McDonald told the CRISP CALIFORNIA ICEBURG't7I'rf'
Another survey,outlined in the he BETTER HOMES
can qualify for social
Quarterly, it's shown that "Con And for West Gainesville security and won't have to relyon AND GARDENSCOOK 1/
trolled highway economic i i -jEi.'i +
exerts access a highly development beneficial ahead. prosperity should be his money-raising specialtyany BOOK 1r f+
longer. E
effect upon abutting and Residential develop m e n t Santoiana said McDonald ; FREE EXTRA : .
adjacent lands." should begin moving toward the would place a collect call to a : MERCHANTS
In 1341, San Francisco freeway Interstate at an even faster rate telephone number in some other BONUS : &tCH&G:;;. 4. 2 29
acreage was worth $jOO an than it has been IE.
moving industrial state tell the person who an s COOK BOOK s C +
acre. When the freeway was development can be ex- swered a hardluck story and .. VOLUME___A d .HEADS
announced the property in .. ...L ....
jumpedto pected the areas around interchanges talk them into wiring him money '" ,.
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V IS I I I Boys Club Taps Basic CD Needs Told bv Teller

It \ : : Safety Delegate i J I

Howard Weems, president of; Dr. Edward Teller, nuclear atomic and hydrogen bombs, budget for shelters and other back on its feet in a short time! power would be the next most
0, the Boys' Club, has appointed physicist famous for his roles in told a gathering of Florida civil civil defense needs. if it were attacked he
] said. important asset in
) .T Boys' Club board member E. A."Pete" .! America's of the defense I recovery op
ur development officials here Friday the Instead, he said, a paltry He said Russia was doing erations, but that problem can
"I'x ovn"'j" Bethel as Boys Club Four ArrestedFor United States is too rich a nation three tenths of one per cent is more in the way of civil defense be anticipated by building emer
representative to the Gaines to ignore the need for fall-
allocated from federal funds for preparation, but they would gency underground nuclear 1
x ville Alachua County Citizens Staging out protection as it has. that purpose.He probably not be able to over- power plants.
By JEAN CARVER -I :Safety Council. Teller addressed a luncheon come a nuclear attack becauseof State
_. urged that the "simple and Rep. Ralph Turlington ;
Bethel will attend all meetings 'Sex Shows9MELBOURNE gathering of the Florida Civil their marginal subsistenceeven of Alachua masterof
inexpensive" things like the County was
thing about Edward Ten leaders at the of !
University Defense
Conference the
of the safety on in
group repre- peacetime. ceremonies and introducedDr.
stockpiling of food to be used in ,
e's (AP) Two
not a "en- Florida this -
particularly week. the Club in all campus of the University of
senting Boys' Besides food, Teller said Teller.
the event of a nuclear attackbe
our men and two held
chicken la women were
a king"eon'speaker. You didn't ,spend toovery matters pertaining to safety.a Florida.He started Food
now. supplies
t ; : much time laughing. Or grin- without bond Saturday on said the United States I
should be stocked to last at least
against nature in connection : ,
ning. Or for should spend at least 10
smiling that mat- per
noted better "love
physicist- strong thy neighbor"'central three he said.
of years
committing a crime I 4 :
ujor'his"_nuclear:,offspring ter.You theme.) with a lewd sex show for pay. cent of its $50 billion defense "If we have the food to nour;i l

L the 'two r"children. be told seethe' Edward Tellers I But the Civil Defense message They were arrested in a Mel Rain DanceBrings ish our bodies and good fallout;i .
h Turlington he, preferred don't'speak in terms of ifs. emphasized by Teller is one bourne motel Thursday night. shelter there is no reason;
: identified the'"father" It's when. And'those whens in .. '
\ :that calls for a "realistic" at Sheriff Deluge
.4 Leigh Wilson said they why this country could not get
. : ;rte to state CivIl Defense volve things like 100 megaton titude about i iI
the whole thing. had been staging sex shows in PROSSER, Wash. (AP-This iI I ..,
bombs, missile defense and the
: "Cold War." "My main reason to build up Brevard and Orange county motels i southeast Washington commu Gotd CLEAN Cobs. I \ ..: f 3 i '
\ civil defense is that then peace and charging spectators $100 nity's do-it-yourself rain dance GAINESVILLEDIAMOND CREATES'--' i i'.' /
J leclricalYARD Somebowthat "Cold" leaves will be resolved in our gener and up. I was a drenched success. : : r .
one feeling that the adjective is ation," the University of Cali- The women were identifiedas Abot 1,000 persons turned YOUR NEW ;

;i somewhat inappropriate. fornia physicist and "father of Rubenbelle Sue Turner, 27, out Friday night with noise- *
<<' AND I Philip Wylie,of late, has tak the H-bomb" explained here. "If of Goldenrod and Eteen Jack makers to coax rain from the CAB -n COIFFURDENA'S... AT
\ RDEN LIGHTING en to writing about Civil De- not we are doing worse than son, 38, of Orlando. skies. A slight' drizzle, thatdidn't + v
es'i tfiar '. Commercial' I Ifense. His approach has pri- playing with fire. We are play- The men were identified as dampen their enthusiasm, Acroc* From Greyhound
e Industrial 1
CALL :marily been one of wondering ing with atomic explosives. Civ.Larry Howe, 34, of Palm Beach soon turned into a deluge. in StHnS.W.4M. I for BEAUTY
;. P. Dressier I why, in the face of somewhat il Defense is the road to peace." 'and Denton Stephenfield, 31, of Parched Prosser has had only Ave y.Coll Ii i
\ I widespread nuclear exterminatIon He endorses a $5 billion CD Winter Park. The men also were one inch of rain since the first 372-3376 MARY McDAVID PAT WILKASON
Electrical can't concentrate Hair Coloring Hair Stylist
Contractor people on
i The program or 10 per cent of the charged with possessing pornographic of the. year compared with the DAY or NIGHT 2902 NW 13th St. Ph. FR 2-4097
Phone FR 6-6193 being; a more friendly. current ;$50 billion defense bud literature. normal 3% inches.
910 N.W. 4th Sr. rings slightly similarto i .
message --
I get with the reasoning that i if -
t. ; one in another book that has .
Russia___ __._is__.u shown_ that, the .U.. .Scan .. -

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ush Puppies. For Dad The sidewalks are !r a conflict that Teller doubts the DAY JUNE
I USSR could withstand. ,
ftor-with Hush Puppies. For Dad The
I Sort of "love thy neighbor after .,
Jtwalkr-are softer., Hush Puppies. For ,
: : you make sure you have a 21stFather's i
'.iThe..sidjppiei. softer with Hush very firm grip on that very

For: ,walks are softer big stick."

5 th HusKPuppi: The sidewalks Although the argument for i

e softer with H For Dad The avoiding a Pearl Harbor type .,

ewalks sh Ford attitude that refuses to recognize ,. .,
are so t Puppies. I potential atomic attack ..
The s Cam., fter with Hush and the need to defend the nation .! -

ppies. For Dad, walks are softer i from the after-effects is reasonable : :. t .
th Hush Puppie i. i' The sidewalks perhaps the argument I; ...
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combining proper precautions -
softer with H For Dad. The %
: I : color. favorite brands
with a sincere attempt ? name too, that assure comfort, quality,
ewalks are "'" Puppies. For I ,
to negotiate harmony among good looks and durability.
d The'.sideswalks Oh, well They I I the world's peoples also carries : .h. .. .

e softer with Hush Puppies TRY THEM. some weight. ,:.;.

Somehow the thought kep t r.:. .
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"SOFTER SIDEWALK" HEADQUARTERS !tion as Dr. Teller spoke: -

I Assuming that the U. S. pro .. 100% DACRONLightweight Y. g ,
tects its citizens, the nuclear : y ,
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\ City Court Walter Pierson Wynn, 318 NW 15th 19
.. Judge W. W. Hampton Jun Jclgned Ave, parking in truck loading zone. $5. head ...;.... Wed J"". I" .IN-C :
'- written pleas of guilty Au- William Orsen Carrell, Rt 3, drunk, 25.* M A g! K E T EJ B rQ 2B
bray McPhadder. 1833 NE 6th Place Alice V. Davis 501 SE 10th St. disorderly VJ111'iQJ1PPPPPPPPlI}
speeding $10; Virginia Dean Sutton conduct. $25 Marie Heloise Bee.sette
Boyd Mleancpy speeding. $10. William 912 SW 25th Place, ran stop sign
St., violation oft
Sparrow <25 NE 19th $10.James
driver's license restrictions, $20 careless William Fisher, Newberry. # EXTRA
; .i driving $.. Bruce Eugene Knight blocking traffic $7.54. Thomas o ,' IOO FREE IOO
238C Fla. III Improper left turn, S10. Price Heckard, 1213 NW 6th St. disorderly "
Larry Alan Havill 6205 Jennings Rd, conduct $25. Dewey Jack Mor :
-. ,, speeding, S13. Wayne Michael Toohey, row. 229 SW 8th Ave. faulty muffler ,, : Jftf Green Stamps
2131 ..W 55th Ter.. speeding, $20. Richard $15. Barbara Schrodel Ackerman, 233A .. .. .
Eugene WIlliams. 2240 NM 7th Lane. Fla. III, speeding $25. ih tis
speeding $10. Wilbur Adelbert Scott 1029 Ozie Bythan Toole 301 SE 49th Drive. NEW BLUE HALOO
NE 21st Ave.. ran red light $10. Marl ran red light, $10. Warren James Ca-
: lyn Gertrude Ruftlnt Keystone Heights puto. 217 SE 6th Sf. parking in truck .
; failure to yield' right of way $25. Dennis I loading zone. $5. Richard Maurice Cow- giant size $1
: Russell Job*. 1S21 NE 4th Ter.. en. 1101 NE 14th Ave. parking in
careless driving $50. Willie Holmes. 2005 truck loading zone. $5. Maury Jelks FRESH BAKED B 000000000000002002B
_ NE tth Ave.. improper changing of i Blalock 3860 SW Archer road, parkingIn
lanes $25. Columbus Hill 1SJ7 SE 12th' truck loading zone, $5. John Stanley -
Place U-Turn, $10. Edwin Charles Fisher Fisher. 425 Thomas J. ran red light .
3930 SW Ut Ave fIred light $10
Donald Arlington Robinson, 1524 NW z 'x PIES
$10.Oamerls g
Duval Clayton, 517 NW 10th 4th Ave. ran stop sign $10. Leland Edward ; 550r
It St. traffic violation. $10. Richard Cobb. Metcalf, 398 Thomas Hall, speed- r
to7 NE 19th Ter.. ran red light $10. Ing. $10. Talmadge Ray Lswe. 722 E. .
t Paul Reese Grimes 2711 SW 4th Place. Univ. Ave. ran stop sign $10. Lee Kirby Y"T' JW
I ran red light, $10. Billy Charles Can- Smith Frazer 2218 NW Tth Lane, t Green Stamps
trell 1005 NE 12th Ave ran stop sign. ran stop sign, $10. Lee Harper Purcell 2: BORDEN tai1611+"1a6ep6.a.dp rdeaets
John Henry Green, 1027 SE 5th Ave., speeding, $10. I I
ran red 'light $10. Susan Louise I Godwin -sentencedJohn Foynes Pope. 350 5-DAY DEODORANT PADS
t) 1432 NW Tth Ave, ran red light, $taI Thomas F, speeding $20 or 10 days COCONUT
Adelaide Frances Barber. 511 SE 7th having an unauthorized car In Alachua .. .' 30-ct. jar 69c: plus tax
St., ran red I I gilt, $10 Helen County not guilty. Arthur Lee Graham, rm. APPLE 59 ,-
\ Hortense Crenshaw Archer, fIred 5630 W. Unlv. Ave. violation of restrictions j (LIMIT 4)) MINCE aaNra W". Jun 'a 1$.4
light. $'0 Mary Myrbe-g Guy 208 on driver's license, $20 or 10 days. / PEACH DUTCH J B
j NW 21st Ter., traffic violation $10. Vivian Alan Irwin Lederman. 318 W. Univ. r \....
Beatrice Vereen 1129 NE 25th St., Ave, ran red light. $7.50 or three days. PUMPKIN APPLE
failure to yield rlght-f'way. $10 Robert William Davis Flannery. 3006 NW 13th EACH
Charles Crown. Rt. 4, ran stop sign $la St.. careless driving $10 or three days. d '
David Eugene Streit, 1905 NW 12th Ter. Felix Small. 4015 NW 6th St.. ran red XTRAa
ran red light, $10. John Paul Cole. 235 light $20 or 10 days. Thomas Joseph BISCUITS 50 REE mso
.1 B Flavet III, following too closely, $25. Moo.| 274-6 Schucht Village careless t
George Taylor Gross 590 Murphree L, driving, $10 or three days. Jeffery Isa-
U-Turn $10. Monol Kumar Gupta 1103 dore Rubin. 1322 SW 16th Ave.. failureto J" Green Siam
SW 7th Ave., failure to yield right-of signal left turn. $15. dairy specials .
t .1 way. $25. Robert Jay Leacock Physics Arthur Lee Graham 5630 W. Unlv fir' ,,, a I hie 410YIOat psi
Department, UF ran red light $10. Ave.. speeding $10 or three days. James LYSOL FOAM
Isac Cummings 115 SE 10th Ave. care- Frederick Niblack. 2418 NE nth St. Bordens
less driving $25. Edward Oqueido Lag- faulty brakes $15 or five days. Julia Tasty 14-ox. size 89expirM :
Irez 751 NW 8th St., drunk, $30. Alice Schweitzer, 402 NW 18th St. ran
Thomesene Movley Townsend 201 SE red light. $5 or three days. Donald Raymond aa CREAM CHEESE W.d. .... 10, 1S.4
13th St.. disorderly conduct $25. David Monath 1757 NE 21st Way, speedIng reg. C B
.j Edward DeGraff 722 E. Unlv Ave. $15 or three days. 0200000000000000000
Drunk $25. Andrew Clark. 621 SE 6th Buber Newsom. 1312 SE 7th Ave., no
Place disorderly conduct. $30. Lloyd driver's license, $25 or 10 days. Jimmy
Rogers 2221 SE $lh Place, disorderly K. Phillips Soperton Ga. driving while
r -t conduct. $100. Stell Sylrla VcCleod. 925 Intoxicated. $150 or 60 days. driver's 8 P933c
-\ IW 10th St., shoplifting. $101 license revoked for three months. Fred 5O1OO5O
: Gus Williams, 421 SW 7th Ave., drunk Collier. 410'* S.W. 8th Ave, disorderly
and disorderly. $30. Virginia O. Cannon conduct $25 or 10 days.
.1 Branford shoplifting, $100. Moses Stanton Vernon Hall 1242 NW 5th Ave, disorderly J" Green Stamps
Jr. disorderly conduct. $100. Marcel Em- conduct, $25 or 10 days. Nora. .
ory Marty. 101 NW 99th St.. reckless Oglesby Swilley, 115 NE 10th St. blocking I will&U eouMa aadmreasa.L !
driving $50. Maria H. MoMsh, Tampa traffic, $5 or two days. Willie Lee frozen foods WISHBONE ITALIAN DRESSING
no valid driver's license. $20 speeding Brooks, 619 NW 7th Ave. possession of
$25. Jeanie Mae Forrest Pompano lottery numbers, $50, drunk and disorderly
J Beach shoplifting $100. Duane Alex $25 James Maxwell 701 NW Southland WholeSTRAWBERRIES 8-oz. bot. 39c:
J Dykes, Mlcanopy ran red light. $10 7th Ave. blocking traffic, $10 or three a ,
Wayne Michael Toohey, 2131 NW 55th days physical control of automobile while i "
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Ter., faulty muffler $20. Marjorie Hods- intoxicated $150 or 60 days, driver's II. rpW OOQj .Olio1 o20
cense suspended 90 days. EJ- --wr----TrHu
don Brown 1334 NE 9th St. driving ,
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while Intoxicated, $150 driver's license Robert Paul Bennett, 328V NW 14th
suspended three months. Sty false university registration of motor N.v

Thomasx Pletrzkowskl. 528 SE 1st Ave., vehicle.nold Moraitis$20 ,or 10 days. George. Reg. A
328 NW 14th St allowIng O
ran stop sign $10. lone Lamonte Collins false university registration of.motor BREAKFAST CLUB 16 oz.Pkgs. SO FREE 50
3 $1
1714 NW 6th St. ran red light vehicle $10 or five days. Ronald Add- 3
$10. Winfred Monroe Hazen, 1406 NE
bert Gadapee Jr.. 1937 NE 8th St. park .
4th Ter.. red light, $10. Vera Hut-
J" Green
Ing In truck loading zone $3 or one day EVAPORATEDMILK
to Darby. 409 SE 10th Ter., traffic violation ,
Donald Charles Sr. 405 NE
$10.James 2nd St. driving while Intoxicated $150 I with Alt covpoa stampsl
Milton Thornton, 207 NW 36th or 60 days, violation of driver's license Chase & Sanborn ]
r Ter., speeding, $10. Janet Long Dowl- restrictions. Christopher Thompson x r Stouffer'sCORN
Ing 1521 NW 13th St. careless driving Wormwood. 13 Fraternity Row. willful ;'r 4 10-ox. jar
$25 Willie Willlford 828 NW 2nd Ave., and wanton reckless driving nine days SOUFFLE !
ran stop sign. $10. Agnes Epps 921 NE and $35.Harold. "+" expire *. June 10, 164poooooooooooo
19th Ter., ran red light. $10. Lottie Ber Wahl Jr. 236 SE 1st St. B
petite English Gainesville failure to drunk $35 or 10 days. Herbert Hoover
yield right of way $25. Willie Henry Hocutt NE 8th Ave., drunk $25 or 10
Ergle Jr., 524 NW 31st Lane, failureto days. Oscar Lee Davis, no address,
yield right of way $10. drunk, $25 or 10 days. Ernest Jones q 12 oz.pkg. .
Harry Lee Gasklns Gainesville ran Lacrosse drunk. $25 or 10 days. Oscar 49C
red light. $10. James Hampton DowlingJr. Henry Ford 907 NW 6th Ave. drunk, SOWFW Amsa
., 301 NW 19th St., ran stop sign, $10. $35 or 12 days. N: ail
Steven Robert Hanssen 924 NE 20th Danny Tonnelle Johnson, 1220 SE 4th
Place. careless driving $25 Katherine Ave. petit larceny 30 days. EliJah Griffin Nn Green Stamps
Garrett Hester, 1611 NE 16th Ter. ran 724 NW 6th Ter, shoplifting five
red light. $10 Cora Katha Lee. 914 NE days and $25 or 10 days. Sherman toll C ;.. ; in our dept. 9MyTFin I'J" ni6li>44x111p6acadeMrbeeeorb !
23rd St. speeding, $10. Cooper 750 NW 5th St. shoplifting 10 M., cn HOT SHOT HOUSE &
days and $25 or 10 days. ,
Robert Lowery Nabors, Keystone GARDEN PEST KILLER
Howard L. Hughes, 3927 NW 13th Sf.petit ;; Assorted InstantPuddings
Heights. ran red light $10. Cleo Anne
larceny five days and $25 or one M reg. size $1.39
Acree. 1115 NE 5th Place overtime
Ing. $5 on each of two violations. additional day., Clyde Clinton McMullen, ssc, x 4 reg. 45* .xoirM W4 .... 10. 1M4 i
James Charles Weeks. 715 SW 9th St. Moultrie. Ga. drunk, $25 or 10 days. 'sv? . *. f11(.
Raymond Edward Hill. 194 NW 4th st.. ".
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parking truck loading zone. $5. driving! while Intoxicated. 10 ....""
t doing Gerald business George without Lawrence a permit, Jacksonville, $25. $150 or 60 days, driver's license days revokedfor and g LIMIT 6 PER CUSTOMER WITH PURCHASES Smucken Assorted Flavors Dessert

Houston Osteen, 2300 SE 45tn Ter.. disorderly estreated six months.the bonds of: Harold Lawrence OF $3.00 OR MORE. : 31
hi conduct, $25.. Royce Randall Cunningham. 823 SW 8th St. no r Toppings . . ,
Sparkman 724 NW 30th Ave. faulty decal $S. Bernard D. Shepen, 1014 NW ,
muffler $15 Hans Joachim Heinen, 734 11th Ave., ran stop sign. $10 Frank E. ;e""" 1 ', N -' Y.'"- :> Famous Kaiser AluminumFoil
E. Unlv' Ave. parking In truck loading Menke 111, 1930 SW 34th St speed : ._ ,ll ,
zone $10. ;ll"t 25 ft.
i Ing. $15. -- -.. _._._n-Jlf' >>' 29*
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II ;; Police, Fire Report I !j.1.1PENNYSAVER

'E ACCIDENT ROUNDUP at S. Main and 13th Rd. at 9:14

Involved in accidents reported
a.m. Friday.
I :: by the Gainesville Police Department -
; and Alachua County Breaking and EnteringThe LYKES SUGAR CREEK

Sheriff's office in the past 24 following attempted or 't a e

Iw hours were: successful breakins were reported -

... Henry Lawrence Norsworthy, within the past 24 hours: J SMOKEDPICNICS

; Keystone Heights, four miles The home of Queen Esther n n
:.. east of Gainesville on SR 329-B
Williams, 710 NW 2nd St., Record
t; at 1:45: a.m. yesterday. i 1

t John Anthony McNellis, player and records reported :

t 1020 NE 6th St., whose parked missing.

t auto was struck by an unknown Fire Calls ,. PRICES

+ auto in the VFW parking lot on At 3:41: p.m. Friday, a garbage half "" EFFECTIVE -
N. Waldo Rd. at 2:35 C
: a.m. yes- .
disposal dumpster at
terday. gal. e TIL ,
\ Gainesville Post Office.
:1 Larry Burnell Lewis, Alachua, 4 : NOON ,

I and Herman Millwood, Signal Ib. C

Mountain, Tenn., at NW 13th We Wouldn't Thinkof WEDNESDAY,

St. and Third Ave. at 8:44: p.m.I Putting Life s (LIMIT 1 PER CUSTOMER WITH PURCHASES A." JUNE 10 : -

I Friday. Guards Out of Business d OF $3.00 OR MORE) 1954 .'-,,

Robert Neil Soloman, 1101 NE I

14th Ave., and Jack Parkinson, ____

Townsend, Ga., at'NW 8th Ave. i rSwift's
1 and Second St. at 8:27: p.m. v

Friday. .
i Donald H. Squire 209 NE I I ,

I. Blvd., and Ernest Howard Mel-; Premium Smokies or

rose, at S. Main St. and SE;

First Ave. at 7:33 p.m. Friday.)]! I i F&P Delicious Polish Sausage 12 oz.pkg. S9t

'" Martha Diane Walker, Branford -, I .,

and Robert Gracey Rut- .
Swift's Premium Smoked
ledge, Pompano Beach, at NW i' Sliced Beets can 10'

13th St. and 23rd Blvd. at 7:20 .

p.m. Friday.Robert BUT Beet Tongue lb. 4ftGreen
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Strickland, 2260 NW

11th Ave., whose parked auto If You Do Not Know Beans.10c Premhjm Label Sizzle Sealed AH Meat .

t was struck by an unknown driver How To Swim, or

f in the Tower House Parking I Would Like To Be SwisFranks3 12 os, $1.

Lot on E. Univ. Ave. at 6:15''' A Better Swimmer. Ga-Red Standard Canned pkgs.

t p.m.Bell Friday.Elgin Spencer 1004 SW I I IStandridte. CALL I Tomatoes.IOe: .' r ; _- < [ (

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St. and Third Ave. at 5:36: p.m. 372-7178

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f[ Check Your Home -Record Day at City Library .': i

The Gainesville Public Library are attributing the high rate to Mrs. Pauline Valk, publicity The program is open to all
?( : For Fire Hazards checked out a record:school children enrolled in a representative for the library children .who can, read, Mrs.
number of books in a single special summer reading pro- said 1234 books checked out Valk said. They can join any
. The Gainesville Fire Department inspection by calling the fire;day recently and librarians gram. Thursday broke the daily rec- time in Gainesville or in the
,. is conducting a special station, Dickinson said. --- ord for the month of June by branch library system in Alach-
drive to help residents spot potential ,' School Prayer Dog's Estate "two or three hundred books." ua and Bradford Counties. I

fire hazards.Homeowners Claims Rare Table Action On Aids SocietyLOUISVILLE She attributed the jump to Under the program, the Mut I
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across the city' some 166 children the library brarians help the children m
have been asked to volunteer has in read- their and re
already registered a ure progress
LAKELAND (AP-The Flori- Ky. (AP) =-
:for the program under which asixman Germ CausingScot da Methodist Conference has referred -The Kentucky State Humane ing program with a target of them with a reading achieve-
f inspection team entersthe to a committee for a Federation is $20,000 richer be- getting each child to finish 15 ment award if they finish all 15 1028 N. MAIN STREET
house and makes a thorough' 'year's study a resolution favor cause a dog named Boy perishedin books by August 15.. books. SUNDAY STORE HOURS
search for possible trouble spots TyphoidATLANTA ing Bible reading in public a fire. I OPEN 10 A.M. CLOSE 8 P.M.
where fire might occur. ot
schools. The vote was 333-252. The master, the late attorney
-Asst.. Chief O. B. Dickinson Ga. (AP-A rare dog's GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER
I Opponents said the Bible read- Edwin P. Mengel, left tI
says some 300 persons have al- type of germ is causing a typhoid BEGIN A NEW CAREER IN I
: I ing issue was obscured by tech- $20,000 of his estate in a trust! i
.ready signed up. epidemic in Aberdeen nical legal problems that fund for benefit. McCOLLUM, 1124 W. UNIVERSITY
The team is already operatingIn : Scotland U.S. Public Health required Boy's I REAL ESTATE }f, ( I I
'. :- southwest Gainesville, Dickinson -: Service officials said Saturday. study. However, Boy perished a year .i. "" ": GRESHAM, 12 W. UNIVERSITY[ I
said. It plans to cover the i The conference adopted a report -ago.The Attend First Session As :I ;..J. :: l I
ItYD ,lections.UThe I The germ is so rare that doc- urging ministers and lay- executor of the $215,000' Begin"Q '. J} 13th PHARMACY 1522 N. W. 13th ST. .
: men investigate attics I tors at the Comunicable Disease -ment to help eliminate violencein estate said Friday that the $20-: A Guest and McCOLLUM 1324 EAST UNIVERSITY ;
'utility rooms, storage: places Center in Atlanta are con- race relations and other areas 000 would go to the humane so-1 Course Any Week )} i til
I "everything, around the house fident it would be spotted immediately -of human conduct. ciety. 1 I II RIGHT RESERVED TO LIMIT QUANTITIES Q i
oq* of our mn t. women graduates q %.
that might be a fire hazard," should it turn up in' pass the State Examination for Real
this country. FLORIDA PEST CONTROL OFFERS Estat Brokers and Salesmen the first : .
the assistant chief said. I I .-[ COMPLETE
time. This school Is permanent InGainesville I l j SUNDAY DINNER
\ Every hazard is noted on a and part of a chain of !l
Health workers at ports of
entry TREE SURGERYPROFESSIONAL schools in Florida. Kw
l form-and turned to the
over and t SERVED AT -
other populated centers
:t Jiomeowner. The fire department .1R1 .a l.wila.fCLASSES \.: GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER
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keep a copy have been alerted to watch for Pruning Tree Feeding Transplanting
findings Dickinson said. I Cavity WorkDemosiina Tree Removal Spraying HARVEY REAL ESTATE SCHOOL BAKED HAMWITH
34" the
team "Phange Type typhoid Cabling
The can schedule inapectfons' I
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"" during morning, aft. the Aberdeen cases. Howell's Business College -
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.. cases Type typhoid Gt1t&ti
have been cir- CHOICE OF:
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culating through the city's --- --' 218 W. University Are. FRUIT JUICE
ed States for 13 months, so J
,. T neighborhoods asking homeowners sudden appearance of the germ CHEMICAL.COMPANY'S :- _- __ Phone 376-3507 VEGETABLESTEA 1C
*:'*[ ,Jo sign up, but any who here would be linked to the 20 N.W. 16th AVENUE PHONE 376-2661 OR COFFEE 99-
-.. were- -:missed- ,can get the free Scottish epidemic, doctors said.I j FRUIT JELLO



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L :'T Legion Awards i- p a4

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ThIrty two students in Mrs. Jessie N. Karp, and Bill derson, son of Mr. and Mrs. G.
I Gainesville and county schools Feaster, son of Mr. and Mrs. K. Anderson. ; C Y
received American Legion: John P. Feaster.
School_ Awards from Haisley i -LITTLEWOOD ELEMENTARY a Yt
Lynch Post No. 16 at assembly '-WESTWooD JUNIOR SCHOOL, Legionnaire

programs last week. HIGH, Legionnaire Reyes presented -Spencer Jones presented med- :

They received medals placing medals to Carol Dur- als to Judith Rae Banks, daughter %

emphasis on qualities of honor, rance, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. Milton W.
courage, scholarship, leadershipand 0. L. Durrance, and Frank Banks, and Tony Tomlinson, son
service. Hartman, son of Mr. and Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Tomlinson. -

Legionnaires presenting the M. T. Hartman. .___ ___ .. I MISS..:.,,....H"JORDAN._ .,_.::'_mrR "_,J:.;MISS y...,.'.."CUMMINGS_.'.I.,..........w.u.. -DEKLE_ .", RHINES SEARS
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awards made .talks at each of -METCALFE ELEMENTARY rr -
the 15 schools represented. The SCHOOL, Legionnaire Bob Jor- P
awards were made as follows: '. dan presented medals to Nancy I __ !
Taylor Gregory, daughter of Mr.
-G A I N ESVILLE HIGH and Mrs. Edgar Gregory, and I I'I'
SCHOOL, Legionnaire Bob Han-
Richard Allen Harrell, son of Mr '
cock presented the awards to and Mrs. Robert E. Harrell. ; g I
Kristine Jordan, daughter of Dr. %
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and Mrs. Paul H. Jordan Jr.; -KmBY. SMITH ELEMENTARY ffy i iI I I'f ""
Carolyn Cummings, daughter of SCHOOL, Legionnaire I I
Mr. and Mrs. Theo H. Cummings Jordan presented medals to bAk I \
; George W. Dekle Jr., Juanita Glenn Ebling daughterof xe11" I
son of Mr. and Mrs. George Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Ebling '
Wallace Dekle Sr.; Walden C. Micanopy, and Billy Daniel
Rhines, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. Thames Jr., son of Mr. and .j !, ,
N. Rhines, and Paul A. Sears Mrs. B. Thames.
son of Mrs. Raymond H. Sears. I
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JUNIOR Legionnaire :
HIGH, Legionnaire Hancock Kermit Combs presented medals jJJ .., ;'
I presented awards to Mary Eliz- to Cathryn Janice Davis, __",...;,_._. J.N.; "_ -
abeth Haemmerlie, daughter of daughter of Mr. and :Mrs. C. I

Mrs. Henry J. Haemmerlie Davis, and, Gordon_Kenneth_ _An- MISS HAEMMERLIE .. ""BRASINGTON,...."..-_.., -_ MISS,.,.._SHOEMYEN<...,_w:...< '!;.>, ". """ ..,.. '"HUNT...._w____ MISS PHILMAN HOPE I
and Glenn Taylor Brasington, : F t.;
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to Sibet Clare Shoemyen '

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Janos tPaA. f a P aib
Shoemyen and William Blaine <
Hunt son of Mr. and Mrs. I
Lloyd R. Hunt.

HIGH Legionnaire Bill CoramJr.
presented medals to Joan c a i
Dianne Philman daughter of .
Mr. and Mrs. 0. C. Philman, ,:
and Alva Bice Hope son of ,t .
Mr. and Mrs. Norwood Hope. : \

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daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. ADVERTISEMENT
Crawford, and A. J. Boles son a
More than 20 million in the U. S. have Nevertheless
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-MICANOPY JUNIOR HIGH, I [fk.r; ; average day.
Legionnaire Coram presented a 111MISS ".
medal to Jessie Lou Sanders, ,""" :,:;.-,."...",.'.'. .

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse : : :::'
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TARY SCHOOL, LegionnaireKeith ;4t. >M Fabulous
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medals to Brenda Sue Gresh- 9 (
am, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
W. N. Gresham, and Robbins j ,. t '1 fun Col. Sande !
Pharr McIntosh Jr., son of Mr. 1k

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als to Ann Stewart, daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Stewart, and :RAO Y ;
Darryl Tower son of Mr. and
Mrs. Roy E. Tower. : a

SCHOOL, Legionnaire Ted Gri
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Allis Tanner, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Roscoe Tanner, and .
Michael Richard Shoemaker,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam t'r

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r ): was opened for members and scheduled classes. The clubhouse and -
;& golf course have been in use since November.

g ;;'. t, > N One of the social highlights of each calendar year is,the Past Presi- '
-: dents' Ball given in the spring.

.ac I : The roster of club presidents since 1927 includes: W. A. Shands, ,',
;j : '+ Sam McK. Mixson, Dr. G. B. Tison, Hart Stringfellow, L. Calvert '.

;' Pepper, Judge John A. Murphee, Edward R. Stephens, Earl Powers, J. .
nLt i' i D. Anderson, W. J. Ferazzi, now of Mobile; J. Watt Kirkpatrick, S. .

:. ', :' '. M. Wall, Dr. W. W. McChesney, A. E. Melton, E. B. O'Kelley, W- B.' r ..
s .. w .:' McMullen, John Jennings ana Wayne Carlisl. '

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try Club this'year, and Mrs. Hall were pictured during .1: -- <"
the recent Past President's Ball given for: the first time .'. .
in the new clubhouse
Past presidents of the club In attendance for tHe boll in tHeir Honor were Wayne
Carlisle, Sam Wall, Aubrey Melton, L. Covert Pepper, Edward R. Stephens and I
.'1 : Judge John A. Murphree, standing from left to right. Wives.of the presidents are
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Hawaiian Vacation Faculty Garden Club- Names Honorary Members Ladies Presidents', Too, ](l

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1r yiX MembersHonored 2 ; i: k NEW YORK (AP) Presidential ''I|

: .. cia first ladies are no dif-
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Their husbands'
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.4 .. F; like to joke President about them. S. ,'

; Dtr "!.. Former Harry
Truman designated by President |I
Faculty members of the
to be his \
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School of Journalism and
sentative with Mrs. Johnson at I
Communications of the University
the funeral of King Paul of
of Florida and their \
'.t. Yy w wives honored Associate Professors Greece later met Johnson .at \
World's Fair. ,|
Manning D. Seil andJ. the New York
hands with
Clark Weaver with a din- k r Johnson shook

z w fry ner Friday evening at the Truman and pecked Mrs. Tru ,
man on the cheek.
r Holiday Inn.Professor. F ti
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Sell head of theadvertising \
1 a First 80 Years," in the Satur-
;mss program of the 1 day Evening Post, said he remarked -
school for the past 11 years, Johnson I
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will retire June 30. -I----
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Professor Weaver, has 'let kiss my wife."

4 S been a member of the facultyfor .'f \ ,! "There aren't many I'd let go

; 15 years and serves as ,.....,""{,. '.. -'- ,to Greece with mine," Johnson t
____ head of the UF Radio Center, Gainesville Garden Club Inc. added four honorary members replied.
,, A : rP.S will join the faculty at Florida to the organization during its recent spring luncheon

State University.Gifts Bridal and installation of new officers at the Gainesville Golf and Sue Earnest Cinnamon toast is as delicious t
54 were presented to Country Club. Mrs. Joseph T. Hudson Jr., left, who will as always! Keep the

!r 41 both honored guests follow- continue in office as president for a second term is pictured Ronnie Wirrie'sTo spicy sweet mixture on handto 1

ing an informal program in LuncheonMrs. presenting M. E. Liddon one of the certificates of sprinkle on hot buttered

film and radio highlightingtheir honorary membership. Others honored with the award were Wed toast. Try Using a cup of .

wand careers on campus. John Fain, Mrs. Archie left to right, Dr. Howard N. Miller, L. T. Neiland and NoeLR. Today sugar to a tablespoon of cin

Mr. Mrs. Flake Parker are shown above at the The committee in charge of Bryan and Mrs. Louie Echols Lake. Included in the group of previously named honor- WAUCHULA -The weddingof namon.

: Hilton Hawaiian Village, Honolulu, where they are staying arrangements for the evening entertained yesterday witha ary members of the club are Joe Crevasse, Dr. Harold I

;;.'while the former attends the Olivetti-Underwood Convention. included Dr. Mickie Newbill, luncheon at the GainesvilleGolf Hume, Wilbur Harling Jr. and Dr. Herbert S. Wolfe. Miss Sue Oarnest, daughter ( Utq&th

.Gaskins of Jacksonville is staying with their young son, Ken-.. Dr. May Burton, H.G. Davis and Country Club to com- of Rev. and Mrs. E. E, .
will return the end of the week. and Rae Weimer, director of }{omt a.ktM!
: ny. The couple pliment Miss Rebecca Wan- R OF Wauchula, and formerly I
the school who served as
master of ,ceremonies.Mr. ninger brideelect of Jesse League Makes June PlansThe of Gainesville, and Ronnie By BOB OAKLEY

and Mrs. Weaver expect Allen Hunt. Wirries son of Mr. and Mrs. YOUR HOMEREFLECTS i
Smith-Cooke The hostesses presentedthe work and aims of the Plans for the local programon YOURPERSONALITY
Nuptial to move to Tallahassee Walt Wirries of Bradenton,
during the summer, while bride-to-be with a gift of League of Women Voters will education will be presentedby .
china in her chosen will be solemnized in the
pattern. be presented to new and pros- I
Mr. Seil will join Mrs. Seil Mrs. Glenn Hoffman and
Seated with the honoree members at two meet- Northside Baptist Church of If you could
in Spring City, Tenn., where pective finances will be discussed by afford to enf.J -
Read in Tampa they purchased a home this and hostesses were the following ings planned for the month of Mrs. Charles E. Whitney.Mrs. Wauchula, this afternoon at 3 ...' < gage. the finest
guests: June according to Mrs. JohnE. o'clock. -- interior decorator -
Mrs. Mildred Wanninger Signor, membership chairman Frederick' K. Hardy r' the first
mother of the bride elect; a will Rev. E. E. Earnest, fatherof I thing he or sheW"
answer questions con- '
TAMPA-Miss Constance best man. Ushers were DaleC. ... would do is to .
Tea Given cousin, Mrs. Kenneth L. Harrison cerning League policy.All the bride will perform the study -
O'Neill Cooke and John Hen- Dixon of Kingsport, Tenn., i your personality ,
The first will be
of New Beach meeting a .
Syrmna ; ; your
Satur and of ceremony.A
married Badger Moring
ry Smith were Mrs M. M. Hunt, mother of morning coffee at the home of persons interested in the ...urR likes and dislikes
day afternoon at the MacDill Gainesville.The For invited attend will follow in the' : $>>" your living
the bridegroom elect; his Mrs. Maurice Ahrens at 10 League are to reception .
Ari Force Base Chapel, Tam bride's mother worea sister, Mrs. David Hunt; Mrs. a.m. Tuesday.The and may call Mrs. John E. social hall ,- .. your hcbits color pret-and I
pa. Chaplain M.A. Lanning pale blue sheath dress with GHS GradsMiss Maxfield Wallace, Mrs. Carl Signor. are invited to attend. Bob Oakley erences before

performed the couble ring appliques of Alencon lace Cline Mrs. Frank Tuttle, Mrs. second, an evening des- h. .. ".II- -!:!":'.:......- ,.:..., -' It even attempting -
ceremony.The and seed pearls, and Carolyn Walters and sert will take place at the ; I to make any suggestions
John L. Coker, Mrs. Carolyn
altar was adorned corsage of white roses. The Miss Sherry Johnson, June home of Mrs. Warren W. Men- on furnishing your home. .
Deane, Mrs. Harold Stringer, But whether hire a"pro" '
with palms, similax and stand- bridegroom's mother chose a graduates of Gainesville High Mrs. John W. McCammon, ke at 8 p.m. Thursday, June or act as you your own

ards of white gladioli and pink linen sheath dress with School, were honored at a tea Miss Sherrie Ford and Mrs. T1 decorator with our help, everything -
chrysanthemums interspersed white embroiders. She wore a recently given by their mothers Judy Crown Finley. overall picture of the r fi y. in your home will reflect -
with candelabra holding pink rose corsage.A Mrs. James Walters and The wedding of Miss Wan work of the League on state rh :i That is your exactly as it should .

white tapers. reception was given by :Mrs. Raymond Johnson at ninger and Mr. Hunt will be and national levels will be be, because furnishing your
The bride is the daughterof the bride's parents at the the Johnson residence in an event of August 8 in the given by Mrs. William Shen- home is one of the greatest

Major and Mrs. Addison and Hawaiian Village Aloha Black Acres North Central Baptist Church. kel and Mrs. Herbert Sawyer. means A music of self-expression.lover's home
Cooke of Tampa
Stuart Room.
white flowers I I
Purple would naturally evolve I
the bridegroom is the son of SH Grandmother cake
serves were used throughout the liv- around a piano organ. Hi-Fi
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Ralph Mrs. John H. Barrett, radio or other musical instruments -
Smith of Gainesville. grandmother of the bride, cut ing room and Florida room. The focal point in an
her The tea table was Jaid AROUMP +l i 11 artist's home would likely be
Given in marriage by and served the wedding cake. tbVOro.P
with a white lace cloth and a 1, an oil painting or sculpture
father, the bride wore a Miss Linda Lynne poured arrangement of white p c, You must therefore not be
gown of silk faced peau over punch. center afraid to incorporate In your
chrysanthemums, white glad- -e home the items and ideas
bridal taffeta, featuring bod-an Assisting with the hospi ioli and lavender carnationswas RlSWKBM _ _ which you like best. You
imported Chantilly lace talities were Mrs. A. E. Bos-
WORLD may need some help us
ice and a controlled skirt selett, Mrs. Howard A. flanked by silver cande- CRUISES : Wt, in arrangement and color
with applique of Chantillylace Smith, Miss Jeannette War- labra holding purple candles. schemes, but in the final

-' and pearls. Her bouffant ren and Mrs. Michael Lynne. Assisting in the courtesieswere analysis, you must like whet

__ veil fell from a silk Miss Linda Lynne and Miss'Carol Miss Clementine White, r > decorator you see, whether or not. you use a

organza rose. She carried a Vaughan kept the Mrs. Dexter Deloney Mrs.R. When oil Is said end done,
bouquet of white roses and bride's book. L. Heisler and Miss Susan e good rule to go by is this:

-: lilies of the valley centered ,For herff traveling .outfit, Johnson and Miss Nancy 11 .t very if you much like USE on item IT. Then or idea you

with a white orchid. the bride chose a pink silk Walters. will be happy' in your home
: SH Sister is attendant sheath dress 'and matching Fifty friends of the honorees i decorator service Our decorators will be most

Mrs. Dale C. Dixon, Kins- accessories. called during the afternoon. happy to assist you. Call

port, Tenn., sister of the 1- ___ ( R ) JiI I1' 376-4433. for on appointment .

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Bridesmaids Miss Linda CenterWe There's so much to see and do on a Four Winds World
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Sunday; June 7, 1964 Gainesville Sun 3B

I I' Daniel-Ridgell' Vows Exchanged Brides BookToday Rappenecker-Cross Nuptials

I Solemnized Saturday afternoon Jane 7 and Mrs. Woodson Coleman -

j. the wedding ,of Miss .. Luncheon honoring Tucker- Tucker Jr. of New Orleans, The First Presbyterian
I Carolyn Rose Ridgell and Arnett wedding party and out formerly of Gainesville, and Church was the setting for the

r Charlton Bradford Daniel Jr. of town guests, Mrs. L. G. William Dale Arnett son of wedding of Miss Gayle Cross,

took place at the St. Augus- Gramling and Mrs. J. E. Harlow :Mr. and Mrs. William Tobias daughter of Senator and Mrs. t

I' tine Catholic Church. at the Gramling home, Arnett 4 p.m., First Methodist James Emory Cross, and
Father Thomas R. Gross 640 NW 36th Terrace. Church. Reception follow- Caspar Rappenecker, Jr.,

officiated at the double ring Wedding of Miss Judith Di- ing at the Bethany Room of son of Dr. and Mrs. Caspar

ceremony whch was performed ane Tucker daughter of Mr. the church. Rappenecker Sr. on Saturday
evening.Dr. .
before an altar adorn-
U. S. Gordon pastor, '
ed with arrangements of white .
officiated at the double ring a
gladioli chrysanthemums, and AndersonPowellMrs.
service before
pompons. H performed an _ _
altar banked with palms and
The bride is the daughter of
brass candle trees and arrangements -
Mr. and Mrs.' Thomas Allen white
of gladioliand
< .
Ridgell and the bridegroom is W chrysanthemums.Miss v.

the son of 'Mr. and Mr s. Patricia Rehbein was

Charlton Bradford Daniel. soloist and Dr. Willis Bodinewas \ Jk.L

I Given in marriage by her z. a6tt k. ;.xsr x. organist. .

father the bride wore a gown Given in marriage by her 5SS
cf imported silk organza over d father the bride wore a traditional t
5SS5p* t 5S5s
1 taffeta with > 5
designed a gown of organza and
dome skirt that swept into a > lace in ante-bellum style. AS
I detachable chantilly lace ;ar Her skirt featured cutaway

I Watteau train. panels of organza edged in
Her veil of illusion fell s lace that fell over a lace

J from a crown of lace, pearls skirt and swept back to a \
}. and crystals. She carried a cascade of ruffles ending in "zk _
cascade bouquet of white roses a sweep train. Her veil of t

1 and stephanotis centered silk illusion fell from a tiaraof
I v
!/ with a white orchid. r. re-embroidered Alencon

Sister Maid of Honor lace and seed pearls. She a'r
,. carried a bouquet of carna-
Attending the bride was
.. Miss Dorothy Ann Ridgell tions and orchids. :

j I sister maid of honor. Brides- Attendants wear Coral

maids were Miss Gwen Mc- Attending the bride was 5 ;
Leon, Orlando, Miss Nancy Miss Carolyn Mooney, maidof S\ 5 _
m honor and Miss Ann t.. --,- ----
Russell, St. Petersburg, and Mrs. Charlton Bradford Daniel Jr. Wig-
Miss Coleen Flynn, Tampa. ley, Miss Dianne Cook and Mrs. Caspar Rappenecker Jr. I
line was Mrs. William J. Edwards cousin of the bride, and Ted Miss Haines
They wore dresses of blue of Archer. Brundage, cousin of the bride, maids.Sonja brides tained with a reception at the Mrs. William Frazer Jr., and,
organza over taffeta, match- Holiday Inn following the Mrs. Randolph Clarke.
ing headpieces and carried Miss Mary Vivian Garing all of Quantico, Va.; f All wore gowns of candy-
presented organ music during Joseph Sabolchik of Weirton coral sata-peau featuringbell ceremony. Serving punch were Mrs.
cascade of white .
bouquets ros- the reception.The W. Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Free- shaped overskirts and Punch was served from a Robert Decker, Miss Marcia
with blue satin leaves.
es bride chose light blue man Ashmore, Tallahassee; 'b o Su bustle back fullness. Their table centered with an arrangement Mase, Miss Carol Meyer,
of Ocala
Melvin Goolsby lace suit and white accessories Mr. and :Mrs. Roy A. RidgellJr. yA. t veils were attached to double of carnations, Mrs. Norman Yost Miss

1 f was best man. Ushers were for her traveling ensemble.To of St. Cloude, Miss Col- bows. snapdragons and white Lisa Wigley, Mrs. Mary Lou

Hugh Starnes, Carl Magahaand Live Here leen Flynn of Tampa Miss Pat O'Neal served as best chrysanthemums and the Owens of Live Oak and Mrs.

Ernest Hatch. After a wedding trip to Gwen McLeod of Orlando, and 1igr- man. Ushers were Blair wedding cake. Emory Cross.
I The brides mother Miss Jean Cross sister
wore a Betty -
South Florida the newlywedswill Miss Nancy Russell of St. Pe- Pierson Sam Martin How- Those assisting with the
blue lace sheath dress an d of the bride, Miss Carol
make their home at 2010 tersburg.Mr. John Wes ley Anderson III ward Fagan, and Emory hospitalities were Mrs. Wil-
accessories. Thebridegroom's Hanes and Miss Terry Young
matching mother chosea NW 55th Street. Mr. Daniel and Mrs. Gerald Foster Cross brother of the bride. kept the bride's book. liam O'Neal, Mrs. William

powder blue sheath dress will resume his studies at the of Knoxville, Tenn., sister ROCK HILL S.C. Miss I I her sister, Miss Kathryn Alice The bride's mother chose a Mrs. Herbert Meyer greeted Avera and Mrs. Stanley

and white accessories. Both University of Florida. and brother-in-law of the Bettiane Powell, daughter of Powell, maid of honor. Brides- champagne silk sheath with guests at the door and Cooke.
Out of town guests included bridegroom, Mr. and Mrs. matching accessories, and For traveling, the bride
Mrs. John McDaniell
wore white orchid corsages. Dr. and Mrs. Orrin Bert Pow- maids were Miss Kent Anderson was
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur R. Kirby Virgil Tomlinson Moultrie the bridegroom's mother floor hostess. chose a beige linen two- \
Reception At ClubA ell Jr. of Rock Hill, S.C., and Marietta, Ga., Miss Eliz- wore a pale blue dress witha
aunt and uncle of the Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. Floyde Cutting and serving the piece dress and matching
reception given by the bride; Mr. and Mrs. ZebulonP. Goolsby and Melvin Goolsbyof the granddaughter of Mrs. O. abeth Bennett Winter Park, sheered top bodice, and wedding cake were Mrs.A. accessories.The .

bride's parents, was held at Brundage, aunt and uncleof Ocala. Kip Tomlinson, B. Powell Sr. and Mrs. M. Fla.; Miss Joan Browning, matching accessories. Both M. Pirenian, Mrs. Darrel newlyweds will live in

the Gainesville Woman's Club- the bride, Robert Hardisty, Moultrie, Ga. P. Summers, both of High Greenwood S.C.; Miss Nancy had pink carnation corsages. Mase, Mrs. R.S. Mullin, Miss Gainesville and both will

house. Springs, and John Wesley Deane Safety Harbor, Fla.; Reception Follows Carolyn Huffman of Live enter the University of Flo-

I The bride's table was cov- Anderson III, son of Mr. and Miss Ann Shephard Dunlap The bride's parents enter- Oak; Mrs. M. M. Fletcher.PageFerrazzi rida on June 15.
ered with white organza cloths Mrs. John Wesley Anderson Rock Hill and Hiss Becky
over satin with garlands of Arnetts Give Dinner Jr. of Rock Hill, were mar- Parks, Jacksonville. Miss Jan

smilax. The cake table was ried'on Thursday, which was Anderson, sister of the bride- Nuptialsin I

I centered with the wedding the silver wedding anniver- groom, was junior brides-
cake and silver candelabraand sary of the bride's parents.The maid. -

the punch tables were For Son BridetobeDr. MOBILE, Ala. The mar- Memphis, Tenn. Kenneth A. Webb sisters of
ceremony was performed Little Alexa Marie
,I adorned with candelabra in the Oakland Avenue Wright, riage of Miss Mary Jane Out of town guests attend- the bride, Miss Elaine Webb}
cousin of the
with blue carnations and ros- bridegroom, was Ferrazzi and Channing Nel- ing the wedding from Gaines- Mrs. W. H. McDowall, aunt
and Mrs. William T. bridal party and out of town Presbyterian Church with flower girl, and Gary Anderson -
Jr. was solemnized ville Mrs. W. E. Baker of the bride Mrs.
son Page were Joseph
William Klein offi
the Rev.
will be
entertained last night guests brother of the bride-
t es.Cutting and serving the wed- Arnett their home Yellow and white spring ciating. best Saturday morning at the St. grandmother of the bride; Wise Jr. and Mrs. Harvey Hut-
with dinner at groom, was man.
s ding cake were Mrs. Henry a flowers and candles in cry- Pius Catholic Church of Mo- Miss Nancy Ferrazzi and Mrs. chinson.BRIDESTOBE.
wedding rehearsal -
McLaurin Mrs. C. Grant Ed- preceeding of Miss Judith Di- I' stal holders will be featuredin Palms, white tapers and arrangements John Wesley Anderson Jr.
Mrs. William Reynolds of daisies and served his son as best man. bile.The
the decorations of the serv-
Tucker, daughter of Rev. Joseph Jenning of-
Miss Ann Reynolds, Mrs. Art Mrs.'Woodson C. -Tucker- ing table which is to be laid garza chrysanthemums Ushers were Tommy Anderson and Max Daumer l
and ficiated
nold H. Nevis, Mrs. Freeman Orleans formerly of with a handmade lace cloth, the church. b r other of the bride- traditional music. Frank N. Anderson '
of New provided
Ashmore of Tallahassee, and small luncheon tables. her groom, John Burrell and John \
Gainesvile, and their son, Given in marriage by { announces his '
aunt of bride, and Mrs. Zebu- William Dale Arnett. Those attending from out of father the bride wore a gownof David Good, of Rock Hill, The bride is the daughter of I :, ..lP. ; ,
;; Ion P. Brundage, aunt of town will include Mrs. J. H. bouquettaffeta with re- cousins of the bridegroom; Mr. and Mrs. William Joseph i ,'{, ,' "WEDDINGPACKAGE
I bride. The nuptials of Miss Tucker Folliard of Sarasota; Dr. and embroidered roseprint lace. John Marshall Wilkins, of Ferrazzi of Mobile, Ala., for- 'ii' 1 PLAN"

J Pouring punch were Miss and Mr. Arnett will take Mrs. Harry G. Hunt and Wal- The skirt fell into a chapel Falls Church Va., cousin of merly of Gainesville, and the 1Jf'? .? >>

Becky Cunha, Miss Lynn New- place this afternoon at 4 ter Hunt Jacksonville; Mr. train. She wore a mantilla of the bridegroom; James Ed- granddaughter of Mrs. W. E. ''IW.< ,""'p5 ,5.L : ;'v't ", Including your engagement

some Mrs. Bobby Johns, Miss o'clock in the First Methodist and Mrs. Charles Seaver, Mr. English silk illusion bordered ward Farr Jr., of Greenville, Baker of Gainesville, and the r..wJ'r: <; "' I', photograph. Your formal studio
\\1' Nathalie Bessette, Miss Diane Church followed by a and Mrs. Oakley Seaver Mr. with rosepoint lace. S.C.; James Webb Whie and late Mr. Baker. ..f ; <1 portrait.; (Made in studio; in wed
Copeland Miss Judy Fer- reception in the Bethanyroom and Mrs. Dick Watson, all of Robert Cox of Rock Hill and {": ;t" ,II! > ,, ', ding dress.) And 8 informal
of the church.No Clermont; Miss Jane Seaverof Her flowers a bouquet of Orrin Powell III, brother of The bridegroom Is the son 'f ::""1, photographs made on your wedding
guson, Miss Peggy Bartlett "UV. ,...... '
t Miss Atlanta, Mr. and Mrs. RossV. white sweetheart roses on a the bride. of Mr. and Mrs. Charming Nel- \ti '''',. ., ,' "><("" "f, day.
Miss Linda Jones, -
invitations have been Swartzel, Vernon and Miss white Bible, given to her by son Page Sr. of Southern 'It. :.(
Chamblmess Miss Carolyn issued in Gainesville to the Tara Swartzel of Mount Dora, her godmother when she was The bride's mother wore a Pines, N. C. $4950
Whitehead and Miss Ann Sing- wedding and reception and and Woodson C. Tucker III christened.The silk candlelight beige sheath All for only

I I all friends of the couple and of Pittsburgh. bride was attended by with appliques of re em- Given in marriage by her
er.Assisting with the hospital- their families are invited to broidered Alencon lace, and a father, the bride wore a ($62.50 VALUE)

ities were Mrs. Gerald Foster ,attend. corsage of white gardenias.The street length dress of

of Knoxville Tenn., sis- the Arnetts in the bridegroom's motherwore white lace. She carried a bouquet When you are ready to announce your engagement phonefor
ter of the bridegroom, Mrs. Assisting Two Hostesses a gown of whisper green of white roses. on appointment stating that you want to take advantage
hospitalities during the din- of our "Wedding Package Plan" later we set the second
Charles Mayo, Miss Carol ner were Mr. and Mrs. A. peau de soie and lace. L Meade of appointment to make your formal studio portrait and .
Meyer Miss Anne Pearse Mrs. James finally on your wedding day we tell your wedding story In 8 W
Frank Green.A Dr. and Mrs. Powell enter-
sister of the
Jacksonville, lovely informal wedding photographs. :
and Miss Ann Pierson.
silver and white color Chris CarlisleMiss tained with a reception at bride was matron of honor.

Rice Bags DistributedRice note was emphasized in the Fete their home following the nup She wore an aqua dress of ...
bags were distributedby with all-white tials.
appointments and carried
lace and linen a
Miss Sherry Mock, Miss flowers and candles used to ....- 4 "Outstanding Photography.. ..
Chris Carlisle bride- lyn Pooley entertained at theletter's bouquet of yellow and white
Beth McLaurin, Miss Susie decorate the dinner tables. home. In Gainesville Since 1933"FR '
Cunha, Miss Gennie Sandefurand Luncheon Today elect of Hardy Wylie Jr. of How to do it: To remove the roses. I .
Mrs. Lowell H. Mock. This noon, Mrs. L G. Gram- Augusta, Ga., was honored More than 40 guests called casing from a twoto six- Andrew Page, of Southern 6-5323

Greeting guests at the ling and Mrs. Justin E. Har- with a coffee yesterday during the party hours. pound piece of Canadian style Pines N. C., brother of the 821 N.W.13th St.

door were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur low Jr. will be hostesses fora morning when Mrs. L. J. Miss Melanie Carlisle, sis- bacon that is to be 0 v e n- bridegroom, was best man. a a/ al

R. Kirby, and introducing luncheon at the Gramling Thomas Jr. and Mrs. Caro- ter of the bride-to-be, and cooked before slicing, hold the Following the ceremony the .
guests to the receiving home when members of the Mrs. John Harrison presidedat bacon under cold running bride's parents entertainedwith

the serving table. water, then slip off the casing. a luncheon-reception at

Coin Club Sets Gardenias were used Bake in a slow (325 degrees) their home. .

I 'D I I throughout the house and oven to an internal tempera After a wedding trip to New .
J I! spring flowers adorned the ture of 170 degrees. Orleans, the couple will reside R. R. i
New ScheduleThe coffee table where a yellow I

and white color theme was o ep
Gainesville Coin Club featured.A .
announces a change in their ONLY 6.00
corsage of daisies was
dates.Meetings .
meeting presented to the honoree. Sr

I are slated for the The wedding of Miss Car- MONDAY One Day Only p ..

We'ddinrrl second Monday and the last lisle and Mr. Wylie will be Ret. t.00-LLnM 1 Per Custom.

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W'twood' ,- PKY Class Gives Luau Calendar complete' without a cup- 'of.
coffee. -- -

I'j1 I _.:III[ Hither And Yon ,I. FHA Gives 'I Of EventsMONDAY . ....

f -' By RUTH WEIMER : June 8 ..' .- -
I = Graduation ceremonies at the United States Military Acad- Parties Supreme Forest Woodmen ..,.. ... .'..

.: I emy, West Point, N.Y., culminated the end of eight years of Circle, Sunshine Service Club, ... .._.. -.. .
p "school for three Gainesville who have been .
days" boys Mothers of girls taking y : 7:30 pjn., Mrs. Emil Biel- ... .
I classmates since four years of high school at GHS and a yearat home economics at West- M<. mann, 2602 NW 8th Street. ...... ..

the University of Florida. wood Junior High School .w s Past Matrons Club, Gaines- ::;:..... I...-. .. ._ ...._
Lassiter Mason Jr. and Albert : "
The trio Jacnnski,
were honored at a Mother- v ville Chapter 44, OES, 6:30:
,. .r
Wass received lieutenant's commissions Wednesday y C
deCzege, Daughter Banquet given r ,. covered dish '
recently supper
and soon will be off for active duty. George is the at the: school .'r s. Mrs. Walter Wynn, 318 NW >..... 'THE -.v

I son of Lt. Col. and Mrs. E. W. "Jack" Jacnnski; Lassister Vicki Krezdorn, presidentof ; 15th Avenue. MOTHPROOFING'Swith I

i is the son of Lt. Cot and Mrs. L. A. Mason, and Albert the Westwood chapter of --- .. University City Bridge Club,
is the of Prof. and Mrs. Albert Wass deCzege.
son Future Homemakers of '
1 !s: v't < 7:30 p.m., University of flor-
America, presided and gave ida Faculty Club, West New- FREE
At the Point for commencement the opening and closing cI
entsMr. and Mrs. Fred Guy. N s<4 berry Road.TUESDAY !
and June Week festivi W.e
Jane attends Wesleyan College monies. Co-chairman for the I II ,J''' : June'Gainesville
1 ties were George's parents, banquet were Marcia Cobb c our drycleanlng
Macon, Ga. and Jim is a League of Women -
Mary and Jack, his sisters, and Terry Young.Decorations I but it's small
{ student at Berry College, Voters, Coffee for new I only a port
.Jan and Jinx who is
now were carriedout of the professionolly thoroughway
l Rome, Ga. members, 10 am., Mrs. Mau
Mrs. David Travis of winter'woolens
Timothy in red and white, the I we prepare
rice Ahrens 1704 NW Tenth for With our notionally -
Jacksonville, and his aunts, Jim will fly West tomorrow FHA colors, with arrange- l storage.famous SANITONE DRY-

.I Mrs. Charles West, and Miss with Yellowstone National ments of red roses, the flow- Avenue. 'I CLEANING service we get I
Blanche Guiteras. Park as his destination. He ers of FHA, and white can- WEDNESDAY, June 10 them completely CLEAN end j
University City Bridge Ciub, SOFT end SWEETSMELLINGthen
e dles used.
will work at the until
Jan missed her graduation MOTH PROOFED and
own -
t 7:30 Weed Hall 107 NW
I from Gainesville High September when school be- The welcome was given by p.m. placed in BOX STORAGE .
gins. Mrs. Catherine Mullin, home 15th Terrace. the meticulous way to tuck
School on Wednesday to be economics teacher at West- -,-, ----- .... Arts and Sciences Dames, woolens away
s..r.rr awa-.ra.
)s with the family for her brother's wood, and Mrs. L. W. Cobb Fourth graders at P. K. Yonge Elementary school recently held a luau at the.. 8 p.m., meeting followed by

graduation. Mr. and Mrs. Billie Nugent gave the response in behalf .home of Celia Matin, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Sam Martin, when their teacher, Bridge University Women's

1 The Jacunski family, Mrs. the mothers.SH :Major Frank W. McGraw, and Mrs. McGraw were crowned king and queenof Club. '
of Jacksonville
Nimnicht Jr.
i West and Miss Guiteras were reports made the party. The McGraws are shown above during the luau with Celia and THURSDAY, June 11 ...'10"',
are now living in Detroit, ""/ .
I, in Weston, Mass., yesterday where the former is takingan The executive board was Chuck Hogan. Decorations, entertainmment and the menu for the affair were Colfax Rebekah Lodge No. II .

I ;' for the ordination of a nephew, automotive course for introduced and each member planned by the class following the study of Hawaii. Classmates and their par- 2, 8 p.m., Odd Fellows Hall,

Gregory Strickland, son of gave a brief yearly report. ents attended the late afternoon party. 740 SE 2nd Avenue. 1
Nimnicht the
dealers. Mrs. ,
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Strick- They included: president- FUR STORAGE

land of Bethesda, Md., Greg- former Anne Purvis before her Vicki Krezdorn; program of

I ory, who has been a studentat accustomed April wedding to, is life trying in a to motelin get work dents, Pat Jones; vice-presi- Bridge Club NotesBy ChurchCircles REPAIRING.REGLAZING RESTORINGand I

the Jesuit Seminary, was ; projects, Susan McKinney Bonded and
Pick-up DeliveryCall
\ a big city. -
ordained during ceremonies ; public relations, RALPH H. BLODGETT direction with a score of 78 By JOHN E. CRAPS ,
conducted by His Emminence Purvises who took off Carol Durrance; recreation,
The master point game of match points over an averageof Thomas L. Rowand and the FR
James Cardinal Cushing of after the wedding for a lei- Marcia Cobb: degrees, the University City Bridge 72. Miss Carol Ruppertand writer captured first place

Boston. surely week in the Virgin Is- Gloria Williamson; secretary Club at the University Facul- Mrs. Jean Yerry were I
Terry Young treasurer among the North-South players TUESDAY, June 9, IDEALLAUNDRY
lands, remain custodians of ; Club at- second with 77 and Mrs. Ruth
Mary and Jack and their Donna historian ty Monday in the Wednesday evening First Lutheran Church La
I J daughters plan to go on to the young couple's wedding Cathy Waldrop Wagoner; tracted ten tables of players.The Thurman and S. L. Williamswere game of the Gainesville dies Guild. I
; parliamen-
Orano, Maine, where Jack will gifts which they will keep un- tarian, Patsy Smith, and dis- average score was 96 for third with 76. Bridge Club at the HolidayInn 8 p.m., Esther Circle and

attend a national meeting of til the Nimnichts establish trict reporter, Nancy North-South and 84 for East- D. R. Frazier and R. Pel- with 83 match points. Dorcas Circle, Mrs. Harry 517 S.W. 2nd Ave. I

the American Society of En- their own home. Mitchell. West. lum won the laurels in the There were eight tables in Weber, 1415 NE 6th Terrace.
I Education at the Mrs. John C. Scderstrumand East-West direction with and the
gineering Musical entertainment was a play average score ---- II
University of Maine later in provided by the Mrs. E. 0. Davis were score of 72 match points over for all pairs was 63.
Villagers, a
the month. Linda Rogers will arrive folksinging group made up the happy winners in the an average of 63. Second wentto Mrs. E. C. Kirkland and EDMUND DWYER

home Monday to visit her of five Westwood girls. North-South direction with a Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Trim- Mrs. W. E. Baringer were

I Lieutenant Wass deCzegewill father, Thomas Rogers, before Speakers for the eveningwere score of 112& match points. mer with 70%, and third to second with 74 and Dr. and I Electrologist I"I"I

be married to !Miss Susan leaving for a trip to Europe. Mrs. Forest Hillyard, Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Frazier Mrs. R. C. Lindquist and Mrs. E. R. Woodward took i UNWANTED

!\ Davis, daughter of Col. and Miss Rogers, who was gradu- home economics teacher at were second with 108%, H. C. .. Mrs. E. 0. Davis with 69#. third with 73. I
!Mrs. Walter W. Davis of Sta-
ated from Hollins GHS and Mrs. Boardman and the writer The club meets again tomorrow
College, Crystal Mrs. F. S. Hubbard and on
ten Island, N. Y., this month.
were third with 102, and Mrs. at 7:30 at the
May 30, has been visiting Miss guidance conselor at p.m. Mrs. W. H. Miller the
and S. L. Williamswere won
Nancy Royal in Richmond, Westwood.SH M. Herget Faculty Club on NewberryRoad FOREVER
Va. Faculty Luncheon fourth with 101. and on Wednesday at laurels East-West with 87%, 't I Medically Approved Method

Flying to Nashua, N.H. Friday .. Friday, a Faculty Luncheon Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Schoe- 7:30 p.m. at Weed Hall, 107 followed by Mrs. L. E. Grinter by Appointment Only
were Mr. and Mrs. Ray other East- NW 15th Terrace. All inter and Please Call FR 2-8039
was given by the FHA nau outran the E. E. Phillips with 79,
107 West Avenut
Tassinari and their young Mrs. Bayonne Soxman recently girls with decorations following West pairs with a score of ested bridge players are invited and Mrs. Herbert Stern and I .

daughter, Jeanne. Ray pilotedhis .returned from Tyrone, the theme of "Bon Voy- 125 match points. Secondwent to attend. Mrs. K. H. Kent with 69%. \- p .
plane up for an overnight 1 1.
R. War-
Pa. age". to Mrs. Harry I
where'she attended the I
flight, the longest trip he'smade graduation of her The affair was a special fel and Mrs. J. Moss with
in some time. "thank-you" for the help, encouragement 112%, third to Mr. L. A. Gar-
Peggy, the Grier School
and under- rard and Cliff Landers with t
The Tassinaris will visit
friends and relatives there and Another daughter, Jane, al- standing given ninth grade 105%, and fourth to Mr. and
so a student at Grier attendedthe
Home Economics students. Mrs. Dan Roberts with 90%.
go to New York City tomor- graduation ceremonies.Both .
\ row to see the World's Fair. Special guests in additionto At Weed Hall Wednesday :

They will be joined at the Peggy and Jane were the faculty were Ed Man- evening, Mrs. M. S. Kirkpat- a&i.

Statler Hilton by the W.W. students at Buchholz Junior ning, Don Allen, Marion Bish- rick and Cliff Landers won $

Gays and their children of .High School. op, and W. S. Talbot. first place in the North-South :. :

Jacksonville and do the Fair

1 together. Four Win HonorsIn u', ....
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Hilda and Ed Peck are

spending the weekend with ContestLocal
Recipe bras
their daughter, Sherry, and All NEWDIALCET playtex

R her husband, Terry Davidson,

t who The now Pecks live will in LargQ.leave from winners of the 1964 sent to Tampa for statewide the modern way and playtex living girdles :

Florida Beef Council Annual judging by the Florida Beef to bathes
i the West Coast
by plane for
Beef Recipe Contest are an- Council. Results will be an- .
Toronto, Canada, to attend the nounced today. nounced late this month. made without rubber rys '

4 Rotary International meeting. First prize is awarded to The special Gainesville Sun r

j. They will be home Friday. Mrs. Linley B. Leighliter, 204 prize winner is.Mrs.. Lamar

\1 Ed is the incoming president NW 21st Terrace, for her Roberts, 2220 NW, 3rd Place, > K+ &

of the Gainesville Rotary Club- "Stuffed Florida Beef Loaf Su for her "Party Smarty" rec

i\ succeeding Fred Laughon. preme" recipe. ipe. This recipe was selected I ----
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I Others from Gainesville at- Second prize winner is Mrs. because of general appeal to SHOCKLEYPLUMBING --- S
i i tending the Toronto convention Delores hostesses of Gainesville. Mrs. INC. .
i will be Mr. and Mrs. Harold .Bailey, 288-24 Corry Roberts will receive a $25 515 S.E. llth PLACE r.29Ereci.$395.
:Village, forher for
.,. 3720405MAYTAG
Gertner and Mr. and Mrs. L. prize. .
"Florida Steak Rolls"The .
1 A. Gratz.
third prize winner is ,. .
iJ] a0ny ,
The. Gertners left Friday for 1 SlzeS
Mrs. E. C. Strump for her a' to42 C oose lro"' .
New York where 32A <
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"Favorite Florida Beef Steak"
I 1\ visiting their daughter, Linda, ill W / -
Recipe. .a41 pylIrv 1r
who is at the Florida : only
1r i; These three entires of the : I, a bra ob

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Ir.ya. Y FM ,, ; ei %U Bros WItTI.cut$ sde panels.d xr ry
CarmaneUa's"Gainesville's .n bios
Alice Schwejer,. one of the

many UF students working for ,w ra-'r
the Brass Rail Corp. during Favorite

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1 1 quick trip home from Manhattan featuring:
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I, Patricia Ann Cook Miss Margaret Simons Miss Lillian Friedman Miss Dixie Lee Cone Miss Ruth Young II Select your the next homesite increase now before

Classmates .., ..-;' ''." ... II
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Compliment i .
HIGH SPRINGS-Mr. and of Kappa Delta Pi, edu- AUGUSTINE-Mr. and Alpha Lambda Delta and
Mrs. E. P. Cook of High cational honorary. Bride-to-be Mrs. A. R. Friedman anPhi Kappa Phi honor socie- .
I' Springs announce the engagement Mr. Witt was graduatedfrom nounce the engagement of ties. She is employed by It & ASSOCIATES
c and approaching mar- Santa Fe High School.He elect Miss of Kay James Francisco bride- their daughter Miss Lillian Fairchild Corporation of St. 19 NE 1st Street Phone 3725375POOL
riage of their daughter, Miss is employed by the Thames was Friedman to Joseph LeonAugustine..
Patricia Ann Cook, to Allen Gainesville Police Depart- honored recently at a party ard Halberstein son of Mr.
Delroy! Witt of Gainesville, ment. given by her classmates at and Mrs. David Halberstein, Mr. Halberste.ffi was graduated -
son of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy The wedding will be an Howell's Business College, in Sidney Ohio. from Ohio State University
Witt of of 8 in the home of Profesor and where he was a
High Springs. event July 18 at p.m. Miss Friedman was graduated
Church of Mrs. Wilson Riggan.A member of Sigma Delta Chi,
the First Baptist from Ketterlinus High
gift of silver in her chosen honorary journalism frater-
graduated High Springs.No School attended Florida OWNERS
invitations are being pattern was presented to the State University, and was nity. He is sports editor of :
School and Florida State Uni- honoree Gainesville Sun. ,
by the hosts. Unithe
I sent and all friends and relatives graduated from the
versity. She is a member of are invited to attend The guest list included Mrs. versity of Florida with honWedding plans will be an- 1.00
Delta Delta Delta sorority the ceremony and reception. Mary Lester Miss Judy Ferguson ors. She was a member of nounced.
Miss Brenda Bostick, Miss
SimonsHughesMr. Sharon Robertson Miss Bev- YoungHyattCOCOA out this ad and take it to a dealer listed ?j
r erly Cannon Miss Alice Ruth below for a $1.00 saving on PITTCHLOR or <
PITTABS dry chlorine (calcium hypochlorite) k
Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Simons ing in Architecture and Fine Home Miss Kay Fraser Miss and Mrs. M. Cocoa son of Mr. and Mrs. sanitizers. Get fast-acting protection against '

announce the engagement and Arts Music Education.The Pam Mathews and Miss Mimi Julian Young of Cocoa an- R. L. Marienthal of Cocoa. bacteria and algae in pool water. Coupon good wu.c luw ,,;
approaching marriage of their bridegroom-elect was Martin. for $1.00 saving on 100-lb. drum, 25-Ib. pailor
the and
I daughter, Miss Margaret Eu- graduated from Melbourne nounce engagement The wedding will be an 45-lb. case. PITTCHLOR granular and PIT- -TT "
lalia Simons to Byron Mason High School and the Univer- Rose Society approaching marriage of event of August 8 at St. Glass TABS: tablets are products of Pittsburgh Plate
Company Chemical Division
Hughes son of Mr. and Mrs.S. sity of Florida. He is presently Meets In their daughter, Miss Alice Mary's Catholic Church in Pennsylvania 15222.
M. of Melbourne.The work at Ruth of Gainesville >',
Hughes, doing graduate Young Rockledge.Miss .
Free with purchase. Debbie ( .
bride-to-be was grad- the UF.Plans. Lake Butler to Robert M. Hyatt Jr. of "SWIMMING FOR FUN& ( 'if
I uated from Gainesville High are being made for an Young was graduatedfrom booklet. t.
School and is a senior at the August wedding at the Carol Dr. and Mrs. George F. Cocoa High School and DfakJ'S
( University of Florida major- Estates Baptist Church. Rolls of Lake Butler who en- Luci Lynda attended the University of Don MacClellan Company
tertained 50 members and Florida. She is presently em- I ,; 1315 N.W. Fourth
their families of the Gaines ployed by Southern Bell Tel- / '
I ConeRegisterLAKE ville Rose Society recently May Set U.S. ephone and Telegraph Com- Swim Queen Pools

plan to make the event an pany of Gainesville.Mr. f1.j 413 NW,12th

CITY-Mr. and Mrs. graduated from Gainesville annual affair. Hair Style Pace Hyatt was graduatedfrom PPG Store

Fred W. Cone of Lake City High School. The Bolls whose rose gar- WASHINGTON AP Be- Cocoa High School and 724 N. Main I
announce the engagement of The wedding will be sol- den includes over 600 bushes ( ) is a senior at the Universityof ..
their daughter Miss Dixie Lee emnized July 5 at the First have one of the largest collec- cause White House females set Florida, majoring in elec- )
Cone to Larry Edward Register Methodist Church of Gaines- tions of roses in a Florida fashion trends it's safe to pre- trical engineering. He is a errs UriltS Auvn II.1114 i ia I.
of Gainesville son of Mrs. ville. home garden. dict that many young American : --'
member of Delta Upsilon
and Mrs. Charles W. Registerof All friends and relatives of Society hostesses assistingthe girls will go "long hair" fraternity.This.
Hastings.The the couple are invited to at- Bolls during meeting were before long.President.

bride-elect was graduated tend the wedding and recep- Mrs. William Rulke Mrs. Johnson's daughters .
from Columbia High tion following the ceremony in Robert Nadeau and Miss Elizabeth Lynda Bird and Luci
School. the Bethany Room of the Waltman. Baines, will have been respon "
The bridegroom-elect was church. Newly elected officers of sible. They showed up Friday at
the Rose Society, which is con- the inaugural meeting of
cluding its first season of organization "Young Citizens for Johnson"weariQg
I RidenourMcCallAnnouncement
are: upswept hairdos.
Dr. A. P. Black, president
is made by Miss Ridenour attended who will succeed CommanderN. Their coiffeur, Jean Louis of
Mr. and Mrs. A. Warren school in Melrose and was L. Smith Dr. John W. Washington described the stylesas
Brantley of Grandin, of the graduated from St. Johns Sites vice president; D. D. "in the romantic line" witha
bethrothal of her daughter, River Junior College, in Pa- McGuire, secretary and Miss chignon on top. He didn't needa
Miss Bessie Mae Ridenour, latka June 5. She was sec- Eunice M. Disney treasurer. hair piece to do it, either.

to Dehryl Ray McCall son retary of the graduating F : zr.
of Mr. and Mrs. Emmett class.
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EDMUND DWYER z s 3 i :
Dehryl McCall of Green : 'f
Mr. McCall of Y4 i s
Cove Springs.The a graduate fr
bride-to-be is the Clay County High School attended .. Electrologist
the of Florida I UNWANTED
University i
'granddaughter of J. J. Bras- (
and St. Johns River
ington Sr. of this city and tY
:Rev. H. E. Ridenour Sr. of Junior College. 11.\111 '"

Florence, Ala. She is the Friends and relatives are s FOREVER {4y
:daughter of the late Major invited to attend the weddingat \ Medically Approved Method )'g#'
:Ben F. Ridenour former 7 p.m. June 26 in the a by Appointment Only I In <
;ROTC instructor at the Uni- First Baptist Church in Key- s'$ Pleot. Call FR 2-8039
versity of Florida.. stone Heights. 107 West University AvenueLet's.



I have stain in bathtub : 4 :.
a my Did you ever break a glass on r
from the rubber pad... y'Our floor? The best way I knowI
keep the pad in the bathtub to pick up the bits of glass
to avoid slipping when I'm takwhich you can't see is to wet a
ing a shower. piece of woolen cloth and wipe i
Would some of your dear up the floor.
readers please help me by tellAll the tiny particles of glass
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Go gallivanting with all-charm, no-chore
bold black checks reported to be on seersucker suits in many beautiful colors

their way back. Solid color bonded knit and styles. World's Fair Europe good ole

pants and striped cotton knit, turtle neck, U.S.A. wherever you go well-mannered
seersucker is a weightless wonder, sheddingdust
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very popular. Madras boy jackets very big lin's see them all.

now with teen-agers./We have so many from $23.95 to $39.95
ideas for summer wardrobes-why don't THIRD CADILLAC HIS FIRST NEW ONE .

you stop by? This season's patterns and

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Sunglasses Shade Eves And Glamorize Too '

rY. .." ,,<(? No one today believes that ago after Audrey I Hepburnwore However, sunglases, can If you are more, interestedin

.- men don't make passes at big black-framed sunglasses be harmful if they are not chosen avoiding eye strain than in

-- .girls who wear glasses, especially in "Breakfast at Tif- carefully. Medical eye being ultrachic, and I hope

'i The largest class in the his- sunglasses! It has be- fany's"' and the trend is be- men warn that the color of you are, buy a frame with

tory of Gainesville High' come fahionable to wear coming more prevalent each the lens is important Brown, lenses big enough to shade

School was graduated Class of 64 PKY these day and night, indoors year. Smart restaurants are green and grey lenses are the your entire eye rather then

Wednesday night in the Uni- ,and outdoors. The great va- full of dark-goggled personalities best sun filters. Pale-blue. the little squares or extreme

versity of Florida Gymnasi-I riety of glamorous lens shapes many of them famous, yellow and other colors may harlequins. Some shapes suchas

um. I II Commencement Calendar ToG iveDiplomas and fancy frames obtainable trying to read menus from match your outfit, but are I extreme harlequins or
I to have made sunglasses a chic
Diplomas were presented
wide wrap-arounds may
behind their fashionable incog- not so effective in protectingyour very
:: some 460 members of the accessory.
Senior Class by William S. This mysterious shadoweyedlook nito. eyes against the bright I produce distortion your

w: Talbot, principal assisted by SUNDAY, June 7 took hold a few years Can Be Harmful sunlight. peripheral view.
PKY Baccalaureate School Auditorium 4 .
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Joseph T. Hudson, principal- '
Those receiving diplomas included I PKY Senior Banquet, Holiday Inn, 6 p.m. Wednesday at 8 p.m., sen-

: Graduation Ceremonies, School Auditorium, 8 p.m. Recep- iors of the P. K. Yonge Lab

Christopher Dick- tion following, School Patio. ratory High School will re-
Shirley Ann Hodge.
erson Hodges Beverly Ann Hoover. Edward ceive certificates of gradua-

! Kerry, Wrltner Home Hostett, Mary r Margaret, III, Margaret Hortenstine Louise Godwin, Jerome Stuart Goolsby Jo Smith, Richard Caldwell Smith William J tion during ceremonies in I
Lawson Hul- Michael Frank Gotro, Peter Edward C. Smith Jr. Donald Byron
slander Joanne Fay Hugutey.Salisbury Humphrey Annette Souck Terry Lee Graham Kathleen Ro- Spangler, Clinton William Sparks., the School Auditorium. MONDAY TUESDAY I ,
Ivy, Carold K. Jackson Janice Ce- :hon Grand. Ursula Green. IV, Joseph Linda Jane Sparks, ,Lesley Kendall Those listed to receive diplomas I .
Curtis Grant. '
clle JacunskL Spivey Dennis Bowen Squires Rheua include: WEDNESDAY NOON 571 N.W. 13TH ST.
Dennis Russell Jobe, Sheryl Anne John- Nickl Lee Greenwalt. Nancy Jean Guy Susan Stakely. Bruce Keith Stechmlller.
son. Thomas Rufus Johnson Andrew Bar- John David Haemmerlie. James Christopher Herbert Jay Stevens III, Randy Earl Josephine Bryant Shu Eng Chiang
bour Jones J. Alfred Jones III. Lonn* Hahn Richard Larry Haines Heny Jortor Virginia Kay Storter Mary Katherine Hal Diggs, John Drummond Leslie _: I
-' Joe Jones. Marcus Claude Jones Robe; Harvey Halbrook Ill, Judy Gale Hal- Strom. John Lee Summerlin, Roger Eggert. Anne Eary. Jayne Everett, '
-w Paul Jones Kristine Marie Jordan Elizabeth rook James Howard Hall. Jr.. How- Kirk Sutton. Cynthia Hill Cindy Holmes Rich- _
.. Carolyn ird Bill Hamilton, ard Hord Mike Justiss John Martin,
Ann Joseph Rebecca Jr. David Gary Hammond -
Vickie Dianne Paul
Tadlock Henry "TABLE
... Kalb, William Henry Keeter. Jean Hanna, John Edward Han- Talbert, Frances Ann Taylor, Mary Ka- Tom Charlotte Newberry.Olson, Jean Penny Purser. Nickolls SOLID
-- Barbara Ann Kelley. Chris Patrick Kel- sen. therine Taylor' Linda Kay Teuton. Jinv Charles Ray Gary Richards. James \
ly. Carol Anne Keesler, Susan Jeanette Steven Robert Hanssen, Wayne Randol mie Marcus Thomas, Larry Dean Thomas Russell Mary Swartz, Sue Simmons. I
Keyes James Edward Kirkland. K e n-I Hardwick, Marian Lee Hardy, Benl Lee Linda Gail Thomas. Virginia Lynn Janice Stone, Tony Trulillo Rick 1
neth Warren Knight. Marva Jo Koger. Hargrove Mildred Loralnne Hare. Carlos ,Thomas Patricia Eleanor Toole, Wil- Waglow, Bill Wells John Wiegman,
Sharon Kay Kuitert. Gloria Jean Laird. Gene Harling. Pamela Allene Harpe. liam Roderick Toth Dennis Ray Tower. Clmtonia Will.
! Benjamin Gaines Lang. Madeleine Cher- Jacqueline'lrene Hart. Susan Paige Hart. Worth Winston Townsend. Jr., Gail Ann Peggy Adkins Sue Baker David (
lyon Land Charlotte Jane Lasseter. Michael Sherman Hartman. M I c hael Tyler. Victor Lynn Vogel. Margaret Bledsoe, Elsa Kressman Marie Chap-
Vaughn Haveard. Donnie Wayne Hawley. Anna Voss. Thomas Eugene Wakefield. J@II. Jose Couret. Cookie Cushman. OLEO
Joseph Rebecca Jane Hawthorne Radford Byron Carolyn Rita Walter, Linda Lee Ward. Diane Davis, Lee Eggert. Ronald
Marc Arnold Lawrence. Bruce Champion Hazen, Winfred Monroe Hazen Jr.. Michael Howard Warren Jerry Glen Greer Richard Hmton. Frank Jones
Leavltt Erman Chester Leavitt. Michael Alan Helton. Beth Louise Hen- Wasdm, Mary Farrell Watson Paul How Bert Kinsey. Susan Lane Don Luca I PKG.
i. Jr., Nettle Sue Lee George Mallory Lind- derly. Frederick Leigh Henderson,'Penny ard Waters, Helen Ann Weimer. Betsy McMillan, Shannon Menge.
sey III, Harold Wayne Lovett William Fay Hendry Carolyn ,Renne Hicks. Sherry Mullis, Bea Nettles, Becky
Edward Luckhurst. Mary Frances Luns- Brenda Phyllis Hill Barbara Ann Hines. James Joseph Welch. David Noel West- Olson Xiomara Ortiz, Curtis Prevatt. r t
John Kenneth Hines, James Robert fall Mary Lois Wheeler Anita Sue Wil- George
_. ford Janis Lynn Lydick. Joe Reames. Sandra Shogren
kerson. Lewis Harvey Wilkerson, Charles
Hirschfeld. Robert Stearns. Bea Taylor,
I _. Billy Herman McCallister Cherlyn Morris Solley.
Williams Christopher Delrdre
Clyde McCranie Susan May McCrone Barbara Lynn Scott, Erik Thomas Williams Lura Virginia Williams. Rich- Walkup Harold ,Trujillo.Cynthia Leo Babers Trujlllo, Kent Helen Bergh I (Limit: One With Your $3, or More, Food Order Please:: ) _
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John Worth McDanlell Jr. Marilyn Scott Robert Edward Scully, PenelopeJo ard Eugene Williams. Tommy Williamson. Ste.yen
McDavld. Diane Le McDonough. James Shannon Susan Shaw, Patricia Carol Donald Ambros Willingham, Nancy Yvonne Booth John Coulter Brasington, Jack Cush-
Carr Joyce
Douglas McDowell John Texada MeGriff. Shea, Carole Ann Shee Felton Marshall Lee Kelly Willingham.Roy ,
Bill Feaster John
Marsha Kay McLendon, Addie man Joyce Dupree
June McMillan Frances Arlene McNeill. Sheffield. Nancy Carol Shepard. I Ellis Willingham, James Cham- Flowers.
Joyce Linda McPhee. Ralph LeGrande Sherouse Jr., James berlain Wilson, George Howard Wodey, bara Lynda Johnson Coin Sam Jackie Hintermtster Kalway, Mar.Bar. "EVERFRESH" "ROYAL" "MR. G"

James Keith McPherson. Brads haw Nelson Taite Silk. Susan Irene Silver- Frances Roberta Woodcock, James Bennie teen Layfield, Janis Loften, Chery
Michael 1 Mallard, Dwight Arnold Mang- man. i Wooten, Thomas Worm Charlotte Lopresto Catherine McClane H o w- ASST. FLAVORS
hue James Melton Marable. James Hart- Robert FRENiCHROLLS
I ley Maren Donald Lawrence Marshall. Jimmy Singletary, Carolyn Lee Smith Garrlgue Wright Randall Edward Wy- ard Mullin.Meyer Sharon Karen O'Steen MIckler Lynn Phillips.
Jr., Gerald Edward Martell. Jr., Bennie Charlene Ann Smith. Cynthia Jerwanne att, Richard Lee Yelverton. Jr., William Sue Rising. Sandra Stalling Tommy
Eugene Martin Bryant Dunn Martin. Smith. David Barry Smith, Jr., HaroldE. Lacey Young and Jane Elizabeth Stalnaker. Tim Sterling. Gina Whid-
Samuel Preston Martin William Barrlen GELATIN
Martin Barbara Dolores Martinez. Smith. Jack Houston Smith Peggy-i Zorn. I don and Steve Yerry.

Robert Morgan Matheny, Reeda Gene and the best of families. FRIES
Mattair Carol Elizabeth Mauldin, Mich- I I
Exotic DessertServe GOURMET HONEY
ael Love May. Margaret Lois Mayhew,
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A/eerman.ry Wayne Middleton.Robley Bruce Linda Melton Irene Jr.Mikell. Lar. up a bit of the tropics, travel to the Poles or the SUNDAE CAKE PKG. OF 12 PKG. 9 OZ. PKG.

Claire Ellen Miller, David Aaron Miller, a scoop of the Arctic and the Equator or even to your garden Vanilla ice cream

t e Gary Lee Miller. flavor of flowers all in one to make this Honey spe- 4 squares sponge cake

Harold Virginia Lamar E. Miller Monk Jr.Mary, Franklin Alice Monk Mark, fantastically delicious and fan- cialty. 2 bananas, thinly sliced

Montgomery Julia Carolyn Janet Moore Claire Merrill M o or Kyle e. tastically easy dessert crea- It's as simple as taking 1-3 cup diced canned pineapple

Moore. John David Moratto. James ice cream from the freezer,

Douglas Franklin Lloyd Morgan.Mowry James, James Arthur Edward Morris tion.Warm Honey gathered from opening a can of pineapple, 1.3 cup honey, warmed

Moxley.Thomas Stencil Moye, Margery Ann the flowers, ice cream as coldas slicing a banana and cake Place a generous serving of C C (

Munroe Hazel 1 Helen Nails James Arthur snow and luscious tropi- and heating a portion of Hon ice cream on each piece of
Neff. Sharron Irene Newman. Geor-
getta Nipper, Ronald Bruce Nobles. Sara cal fruits are combined in sponge cake. Mix banana and

Bobby Frances Lee Nolting Oglesby Terry Janet Eugean Marie Olson Nutt. Gourmet Honey Sundae ey.In fact that's exactly what pineapple together lightly and

Carol Elaine OBerry. Cake. you do.The spoon over ice cream. Driz-
John Patrick O'Neal, Eugene Marlon ti I
O'Qulnn. Gwendlyn Jo Outlaw .Mary Though it sounds exotic and result will please gor- zle warm honey over each
Sue Parker, Phillip Arthur Parish. Edward mets from around the world serving. Four servings.
don't have
Ernest Pavelka. Roger Chase Peek. away you toCHESNUT .. -
Stuart Darwin Penk, Phyllis Perry. Donald ,; J
Paris Petruccl Jr.. Charles Jerry I
Phllman Russell Edward Pierce. 'M FREE VACATION !! (Limit: 2 With Your $3 or (Limit 3 With Your
John Pinho, James Benny Pens Michael NOW-You Can Afford to- : $3 or (Limit: 2 With Your $3 or
Joseph Pons Scott Richard Pothler, More, Food Order Please) More, Food Order Please) More, Food Order Please)
Richard E. Powell Thomas Shaw Pow- r ]
ell. Fred Anthony Primo Jr., Linda
Christine Proctor Wanda Jan Purvis, TYPE ELECTRICALLY
Janlta Ruth Guillen Cornelius N. Rain, ,
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Sunday June 7, 1954 Gainesville Sun 7B


Plan MOSCOW Meet, Tito T '"i1e't s.. f l ln CHORDS $ $ $ SSSS$5$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

(APSoviet Pre-
And Discords
mier Khrushchev will meet

President Tito of Yugoslavia in Sun's Prizeword Puzzle Corner

Leningrad this week., Tass said BY VERE RICHARDSOn

Saturday.The I j Y

cy said official Khrushchev Soviet had news invited agen- Sunday, May 24, at the with all the soloists and the It is one of the best things I GAINESVILLE SUN FRIZEWORD CONTEST RULES

entire choir. that Danburg has written, with Last 1. The prize for the correct solution to this Sunday's PRIZEWORD PUZZLE come to Leningrad at the morning service in the First will be $400. If no correct solution is reached In this Sunday's puzzle then $21
end of the leader'scurrent a fine simplicity that guides the In prize money will be added to next week's award making next week's prize S.(2!.
Church of Gaines-
Methodist The soloists were Marshall fire of his inspiration in pathsof 2. If the winning entrant has been a homedellvered subscriber to The %1Iftfor
state visit to Finland. the preceding 30 days an extra bonus of S100 will be added If more than
ville, a new oratorio by Russell Thomas, baritone,. singing the unusual beauty and richness, correct puzzle is received from home-delivered subscribers the bonus will
The visit ends
Monday. with libretto Hel- role of Wesley (the work was be divided among them.
The Tass announcement did Danburg, by at all curtailing the pow 3. The Sun will pay at least S25 each week for the correctly soved! PRIZ&
especially written for the 225th All the solos interest- WORD PUZZLE. If more than one correct solution to a week's puzzle Is relved .
: notTgivelihe day of the meeting en Jones, organist and choir er. were the prize money will be divided equally among those submitting the cor
',[ It said ,Tito would make a director of the First Methodist anniversary of Wesley's Alders-ling and several of the Wesley red solution.

"short visit" to the northern So- Choirs, was performed by the gate experience), Melville Laite,arias as sung by Marshall 4. Solve floe clue as you would any crossword puzzle. Determine from art
tenor Robert J. Smith, tenor, and clue the word which you think best fits the clue definition. Clip out the puzzle
Thomas unusually -
viet-City. Chancel Choir, with Mrs. Jones were or use a good, exact-size hand-drawn facsimile. Mechanical or otherwise whole-
I Gene Dunnam, baritone, George attractive, and the choruses CLUES ACROSS: sale reproductions will not be acceptable. This contest Is based on skill. Tile
Th:two last met in the fall of conducting. was listening to
decision must
of the fudges shall be final and all contestants taking part
, : 1963 while Khrushchev was on a music in another church on that Mason, bass, Joe C. Wilcox were not only well sung agree to accept this decision as a condition of entry. All entries become the
narrator Bert Kinzey III, trumpet 1. SEE not set. property of the Gainesville Publishing Company and none can 5 e returned.
'. "working vacation" trip to morning but I heard a complete but> built up the earnestness of '
, Yugoslavia. repetition of the work the following Barbara Kirby, organist.By the search for faith, under the more apt of families 5. Anyone* may, except en'er this employes contest.of the Gainesville Publishing Company and theli

.. Tito was last in the Soviet Thursday, in preparationfor the words of the narrator Tines. "man"
or .
After ,
you have filled In the puzzle paste It on the back of a four-cent
Union in 1962. anotner public performance, and recitatives by Wesley and "wouldn't want to .postcard Mail it from a Florida postotflc * I P. O. Box 57. Gainesville. Florida, It to the Gainesville Sun Circulation
other soloists we learn that Wesley The duo team of Edward and or bring -
Department Office. 101 SE 2nd Place. All entries to be eligible for the
doubts his own faith and Carolyn Troupin, violinist and SEE. There's prize. must be received at the Gainesville Sun office not later than Wednesday .
at 9 am. We are not responsible for entries lost In the
or delayed mails.
goes seeking light. In Alders- pianists, gave a well-knit performance tion of a "decent Entries enclosed In envelopes cannot be accepted. *

I A 4-hour drive-then ALL your time gate; he hears words of Luther of four sonatas the his son on the I T. There can be no correspondence or telephone calls regarding the contest

and 'Truth breaks through his evening of June 2 in the air- Each reader may submit not more than FIVE entries In each week's contest.

/or a REAL SUMMER VACATION mind and heart" and the rest conditioned Medical Center au- 5. OUTRANKED I I 8. A copy of the Gainesville Sun may be examined free of charge at the
Circulation Department of the Gainesville Sun at 101 SE 2nd Place, Gainesville.
of music by soloists and chorus ditorium. The program was ed. "Military ia4 during regular office hours.

225 miles from you are-sonss of praise. I.landers Sonata No. 1, Mozart's I 9. Winners, If and
completed gests questions of any correct solutions to this Sunday's PRIZEWORO
II The libretto is excellent, witha Sonata No, 10, Hindemith's Sonata PUZZLE will be announced end a new PRIZEWORD PUZZLE published In nextHindsys
ministration etc. Gainesville Sun.
clear thread of his search in E ((1935)) and Franck's ,
I fan'Vtere actual warfare, 10. The Gainesville Sun reserve the right to correct any typographical
and of his truth, and Sonata in A
finding Major.
errata or any other across nhicli may appear in aol published material
t the[ music follows this thread -- -- OUTRANKED I In connection with this contest.
All were extremely well done, prize
and builds a strong and thrill- ranged.
OH FLORIDA'S FAMED EAST COAST- ing structure for the performers. With perfection of time and dynamic be a Puzzle No. 21
unity the artists have if
Safe ocean beaches cooled by trade winds-! 8. BLANK not
before with
displayed even the
fresh,and salt water fishing that ranks "tops." Golf, r----------I more stress on the contrasts. is especially apt, Clip and Paste on a 4c Postcard
scenic drives through famous Indian River I :
citrus *
country.A friendly "family vacationland" with low I'.d I/; I I The piano themes were vitally. "looks" may be to-
summer rates an r..rr- I : brought out so the ensemble dissimulate. Why -
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added Inducement. I Chamber ef Commerce Cept GS 4 "ey l I gave an even stronger perform- be if
I question (
__ J Hy U.S.1,Fort Pierce,Florida any /
.._ '\. I Please 0 FREE Vacation Folder I I I I ance. The sparkling interplay fined as: quali- 0 OULDo I
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I II of the Mozart and the effervescence
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Address .......................... II der. You can't, beat our beaches, of Hindemith's imagination $100
.... ..... State ....1 I cool breezes good fishing. Loafing? would be well
1 City the best. So you come al Or were delightfully brought IN ECTiO E
Area Development Council of SL ru.cii Ctyi.rrrrrr.rrrrrr I write for brochure ( ;gsleI ,
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out as was the eternal freshness being be i in
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I SIESTA KEY CHAMBER OF 1I I The exultant atmosphere produced not ET' 0Io D /
mY.NnmE15 I
I COMMERCE 12. LIE not you
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Gainesville High School was in- man" implies
I NAME ............................ I Sun 16 I ,
IYJ.\N\ spiring to the Band and Chorus rather than ; I DES
i BEAUTIFUL I ADDRESS .............,............ I both excelled them- quali
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TO BE SEIZED L _ _ J, ready for things to happen long to I A E 0
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on -
FIRST TIME TONIGHT was also well received. It was TONE." -- 1964 BELl.McCLURE SYNDICATEIf

7:30IF all under the knowing hand of you are not now a home-delivered subscriber -
ttMOVIE" YOU NEVER SEE ANOTHER FILM Bardwell Donaldson, G. H. S. D : and would like to have The Sun
21. FIRM not started
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Band director. ble, of course, puzzle subscribers. See Rule No. 2
-Judith fold. Hanld Intrant THRILLER EVER MADE! The Mixed Chorus, conductedby be guilty of Name
GRAND PRIZE ..,.. Is normally said
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\ top sopranos CLUES ACROSS:
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fine last lift on the "amen,

e D TODAY! I II ARGUED CAIVL' with all the rest very much 24. LEAN not I telei 6. To in a race is nothing to get too excited about.

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whom a good champion would hardly say no.
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I final solo and duet recitals to favored.. A a certain. -.

I 1. I I II 2nd FEATURE I come. They will all be mentioned consideration," be on' 9. After a lecture, a student could quite easily query some

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8B Gainesville Sun Sunday, June 7, 1964

You Who Are So Rich_. Are On Your Own i iI I!

to bow your head in prayer, we under your name you have

never taught you the magnificent -about two inches of space I

At last Sunday night's baccalaureate services, the gradu- What Must Be Given Up truths of the sacred Scrip- printed about you, and others

ating class at Gainesville High School prepared to hear the lures. If you lack something lines
only one or
traditional sermon, delivered by First Baptist's Rev. Fred T. here, we fathers and mothers
what a leader you are you
Laughon Jr. know that it was our fault that
To Gain Success? we have denied you all of this. are proud and conceited over
It was not "traditionaL" -411r. your leadership, you better
It was memorable. Regardless of what you lackit give it up. ""i better move
-.... -- '" does not mean that it will heip who
out and someone
For Laughon spoke as a minister-but more-as a father. The Scripture, Mark 10:17-22, eternal life?" the youth and"say, "One thing young people have ever livedin. completely disrupt your life needs lead!*. Jp, not just for
of the graduating still lack. How could any- You have been benefici-
Elizabeth one you
: His daughter Neville was has four words which describea and your future. For after all, their good, cut: for yours. The
seniors listening.His high school senior-if it is Make no mistake about it, one this good* *lack* anything? aries of the finest salaries that Jesus looking at this young same could be true if scholar.

words will long stay in the minds of young peopleto possible for just four words to my friends, acquiring that people have ever had. You man seemed to say, "I will tell ship is your pride. It may
in life does want to
which is lasting Now I' transgressjust
whom they were given-and, we think, in the mindsof describe a high school student have had better food, better! you what you can do. If you mean that you need to give up
Recall how it began: a not depend first of all on what for a moment. You see
our readers, for whom it is reprinted.Oiaine5uille ; equipped schools and teachers,! are concerned about what you your scholarship and find a
young man ran to Jesus. Remember you do. Some of you have itall three of us pastors here on the larger churches, faster cars of lack, your problem is that you group of young folks in town
the word "ran." He figured out what you are platform are very close to your
your own, better clothing, bet- have been interested in life for who are retarded and slow. If
knelt in front of Jesus. Remem- going to do. class: in that we have daughters ter health. You have had bet. what you could get out of it, you would visit them once or
ber "knelt." He asked Jesus a Please remember, inheritinga ; in your class. For this
ter things than any other gen- for: the thing you have just twice a week this summer, you
question. Remember that curious quality of life that is per- cause, I think we know how eration has ever had in the asked me-"What good thing could teach them to read, and
iun question, "What can I do manent is not based first on every parent in this room feels.
world. If that young man was can I do to inherit eternal spell. You could give them a
to inherit eternal life?" These .what you do, but what you are. .Ve. remember when you were !
rich, then you are even more life? An inhitance of qual- love for learning for the first
That is why Jesus pointed him born back in 1946, maybe a I
words can be the primary life does what
But one thing is lacking.I ity not come by time in their lives.
to the commandments, for the few of in 1947. But in this
colors with which to paint agraduate's you
predict that mothers and fathers you do, but what you are and
RELIGIONHomecomiij portrait. commandments were given to particular period in which you who hover so near you what you give to life. When Whatever it is that you feel

us by our ancient forefathers were born, we parents remember -begin to feel heavy-hearted and the Master saw his wealth, he you cannot give up, the teaching -
This word "ran" suggeststhat to help us be something. Only it to have been one of the him of Jesus is that you must
to "Go
discouraged because if suggested ,
you are busy! For in- after we became somethingcan weariest, one of the saddest, you sell out that be willing to give it away, and
stance here's a girl: "Mom, lack anything, we know we are everything you
we do something. one of the most frighteningtimes have and to the and then turn, and follow Him.
NCB let's run down to the shoe store of all our lives, for we to blame. and give follow "poor ." I

and buy some" shoes for the He squared his shoulders and were jiLt ending one of the come This did not mean me. that everybody Now this is the last time, my ,

party tonight. You rush her,' looked straight at the Master. worst wars in which human If you are not very respectful had to 'give up his friends, that you will have an t'

breathlessly along, sliding to a beings have ever been. Tele- around adults, then we wealth. He was not like the opportunity to condemn jour

To Highlight Day stop at the stop light, screech-! "Thou shalt not commit grams trimmed in black had parents are disappointed because doctor that gives every patient mothers and fathers for their

ing the wheels when it eventu- adultry." This means that we come to our homes and thrownus we did not teach you the same pill for different dis failures. Even when you go to

uallv n turns creen. You hastenIn are not supposed to take this in great despair. We were courtesy and respect at homeas i eases. The thing that was recline on the psychiatrist'scouch

Homecoming and dinner on er"; "A Prayer For Forgive- In, hasten out, you screech beautiful aspect of creation working all around the clock we might have. wrong with this young man some day, don't blame

I the ground are the order of the ness"; "A Prayer For Faith" your way back home. Rushingto and affection that God has when the word came that you i. S was that he was so dependentupon jour parents. For the last time, ,-

day at the North Central Baptist and "Learning How To Pray." the dance, whe kicks off her given and make it cheap and were born. There wasn't muchto ; If you have not grownup and so in love with his )you can condemn jour school

Church today. The day will shoes at the side of the room ugly. For one day we will wishto be happy about in those at this point to appreciate -money that he would never and jour teachers for what they I

, be climaxed by a "Record Rev. Langford stated that in and runs out to dance barefooted use it well in loving home days. But when you moved into I a good book and quality achieve anything in life until did or didn't do. No more can
So So fast! She
Breaking Attendance" in which starting the sermon series at busy building, only to find that our lives we began to smile literature, it could well be our he could put wealth second and you blame the society in which

each department that breaksits the evening service of Home- cannot let*shoes*get *in her way. when we were in high school again. We began to be filled fault because we have not in- develop Christ first. )you live for its inadequacies, J'

I record attendance will liter- coming Day, it was hoped thata and college we made it a with hope, and in some cases, spired you to like better books. its failures and its pressure

ally get to break a phongraph large number of persons to Then Jesus the and young knelt before man came Him. crude, vile thing. your mothers with the help of SAnd What is it you have to give You now stand close to life

would begin attending evening the Red Cross were eventuallyable if not a and to God and know
record with the groups attend- "Thou shalt not kill." You you are gen- up if you are going to succeed? you
ance goal written upon it. services. to look to send a message to the erous, loving gregarious per enough, and lOU are ready to .
not supposed
I think of ded- are upon
you as a very mid-Pacific, to France, and the son, it could be that back commit yourself to that which
and with cf
six some
A goal The Brotherhood of the icated young generation. What any other human being made you I
far corners of the earth so home, whenever we ate a is fine and good. And if 'OUdon't
one has been set for the Sun- church, R. L. King, president, ever it is you believe in, you by God, under any circumstances beautiful girls, it could be your )
that father would be ableto meal fathers mothers do
and it have
we ia
no one
your It is shame to you
day school.As has charge of setting up the will kneel before it with a passion and think that you very beauty. a
shout, "I have a son! "We did not kind things about the world to blame from hereon ;
a climax to the day, the tables for the dinner on the that amazes the rest of us. have it in your power to erase say say it, but the worst thing that
Rev. N. B. Langford, have a baby girl, and she looks neighbors. We belittled other can happen to some girls is to out but jourself.
pastor, ground. Mrs. Herbert Ennis We wonder what is wrong with this life out of your way. "
the first like her mother! classes, other groups, other religions -be born beautiful. Like the
Jr., will preach ser- and her committee will receive ourselves that we have grownso *. *
mon in a series on prayer. the food and Lyman Thomas, cold inside, while when you Thou shalt not bear false A soldier on the other side other races, and we I worst thing that can happen to We love*you *as we* did when
of the world his filled with
ugly prejudicesat
The sermon series on prayer, the tea. believe in something, you be- witness." You will not abuse up you I some young men is to be born you were babies, and we would

scheduled to be heard for the I lieve with every nerve, every another person, and by twist- dreary duties of cleaning upa home so that brotherhood is with a strong, athletic body die for you today and tomorrowif
next six weeks at the evening wrecked world and couldn'twait the one thing you lack, and it and be proud of their muscles -
I cell, every gland, every power ing the events of his life to so we but could-if it would
services will deal Brotherhood to come back home and is easy to see the cause. and that think
worship that is within you. make him appear worse than S S S might they make a difference-but it
with such matters as: "Does! he is, you are bearing false hold you in his two hands like athletics is all they need. May- would make no difference.You .
.It Do Any Good To Pray?"; I He asked a question. witness. this, look at you, and love you. If you lack a strong religious -be you need to put your beauty friends
my are on your
Strong men who never wept, faith, then here againit
"Conditions of Answered Pray- Organizes aside, or your athletic ability,
You are great question- "Thou shalt honor thy father held you across their shouldersand could be that when we fathers and major on mind, own.
; your your
askers. Of course, we only and thy mother." You will live : cried for joy. You were came home, we were so major love in- S
personality, on
'Alllbassadors'Plan Blood BankA hope you asked the right ques- in such a way, under all circumstances the new hope for your mothers proud to have boys that we stead of worrying about how to This poor young man lookedat :

tions. This youth's questionwas that your parentscan I and fathers in those days hope wanted to teach you to fish, to get in the next beauty contestor Jesus, hearing the requirements -

Retreat Blood Band Deposit Pro- profound enough: "What say, "I am proud of him," for a day that would never be hunt, to golf-this we did well. on some big team so you .

gram has been started by the must" I do to inherit" eternal or "She brings such joy and like the days in which they just You are the best fisherman, can have some big name. Why *
life? "I look about, he must honor to lived. This is have hunter golfer. But
Brotherhood of the North Cen- our name. why they or we never don't gather a of
For Weekend tral Baptist Church. To participate have thought, "and so much put so much into you, have taught you to sit by us in boys in you community group that He lacked the faith and th?
that people do looks so worth- I And the young man said to your to give the .
courage up good
members of the church given you better houses than church. We never taught you has to teach them how
The Royal Ambassadors of to the blood'donor less. My own folks do the same .Jesus, "Teacher, all of theseI no one for the best, and he turned an/
may go center and ath-
the Sante Fe River Baptist located in the old Alachua routine things, day in and day have observed from my to play, give up your walked away. The Bible story I
letic to teach other chil-
Associations will hold another out. I don't want to live like youth." ability chose a pathetic adjective 1)
General Hospital and sign to with \
dren who will
retreat this coming weekend. 1 give blood in the name of they are living. I see no futurein Them College Edjeecaters ? never play describe his exit: "sorrowful. \

The over-night camp will be- North Central Church. it. What can I do, so that out your help "He went away sorrowful; for I
Baptist Don't wish
gin with the evening meal Fri The file the things I do will be thingsof you graduates Dr. Laughon sprinkled his Baccalaureate address at You who are so beautiful, he had great riches."
is set for
already could him and
day and last through Sunday donors. up quality, so that when I am you join say Gainesville High with a few stories to illustrate his points. find someone who has nothingand .
receiving that? Have made such a about *
afternoon. There will be Bible as old as my parents: are, there you One of the best: who knows nothing You're on your own now. Absolutely -
record thus far in the delicate
The blood will be A lived out in the and went to col- the nice things of life, and let
study, Christian speakers, wild- depositedin will be some sense of perma- young boy country on your own!
life study and fellowship. the regular blood bank and nency in the things that I have areas of life? This is more important '- lege. Neither of his parents had been to college, and they your beauty flow out into them.If .

All registrations shoud be the church will be credited for done? Teacher, what must I do than upi R Square, were so proud of him. When he came home Thanksgiving, you are a natural-born 1 II

made by tomorrow to Howard one unit for each pint received.As to inherit eternal life?" Now science, American History and the father took him by the arm to the little village storeto leader and if you are so proud I: Power of PrayerA I
athletics.If .
Purdy, the associational R. A. a need arises, a check is you see the problem of the exhibit him. of your leadership that you I

Leader. For more information issued in the name of the individual young man might well be then, one lived so well, "You know my boy, Harry; he's been to college." The love to go back to your high

call any Associational Brother- needing blood for the yours. why was it necessary for Jesusto I natives didn't know whether to be afraid of hint or not. Finally school annual and notice that I reader

hood worker. number of units required. "What must I do to inherit look back into the eyes of as they observed him quietly, the father said, "Come ;r writes, "lis-

on, Harry, just stand up and talk college for the folks." Aid I tening to on

"Aw, Dad, you don't talk college." Urges i interview
I Community Church DirectoryGAINESVILLE "You do, too. You have been up there and you have been i'

talking to those college folksso just say something in with a well

college. Stand up and talk arithmetic for them." alL known div

CHURCHES 11 ajn. and 7:30 p.m. a.m.; family service at 9:30; Nazarene I Awkwardly, the poor, frustrated boy stood up, and as bestas To orce lawyeron

Advent Churches Ridgeview Baptist Church, morning prayer at 11 a.m. on First Church of the Nazarene knew how, said "Pi R square." So embarrassed was Baptist the radio -

Advent Christian Church, 617 NW 19th St., services at 11 1st and 3rd Sundays, Holy Communion 302 SE 1st Ave., servicesat the father that he put his arm around him and said, "You I

NE 1st St., services at 11 a.m. I a.m. and 8 p. m. on 2nd and 4th Sundays. 10:45 a.m. and ;:30 p.m. all will have to excuse my boy. Let me help him a little Harold A. j gath-z

and 7:30 I Westside Baptist Church, Holiness Trinity Church of the Nazar bit." Johnson ere rom

p.m.Umbarger Memorial Advent;'4039 Newberry Road, services Eliam Pentecostal, SW Ar- ene, 926 NW 31st Ave., servicesat He turned to the boy and said, "Now, Son, you know we SchoolsDr. several of his remarks

at 11 a.m. and 730 p.m. 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. taught you all your life, 'Pie are round, and Son, corn- that he was not a religious -
Christian, 19th St at 45th Ave.. CatholicSt cher Rd., services at 11 a.m. "
University Ave. Church of the bread are square. man. Then the interviewer
and 7:30 .
services at 11 a.m. pjn.University
Augustine Chapel, 1738 Pentecostal Holi- Nazarene, 3545 W. Un'.v. Ave., ,' turned to religion -
Thomas Hansen, heading
p.m.Alliance W. Univ. Ave., Sunday massesat services at 10:45 ajrf. and 7:30 and mentioned God.
Church Odd
Churches Fellows temple
ness the Florida Baptist Convention:
9:30 and 11 a.m. and 12
First Alliance, 11 a.m., wore Mon. at 740 SE 2nd Ave., serv- p.m. Lutherans Church Committee in the Christian -i The lawyer quickly replied -
noon, daily mass throughFri.
Begin 'I 1 don't know what
ship at Bishop Jr. High, 1901 at 6:30 and 11:15 a.m., Sat. ices at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. PresbyterianFirst education campaign, will bespeaking '

NE 9th St., 7:30 p.m. service at at 9 a.m. Confession Tues. and Inter-denominational II Presbyterian Church, in several area: you mean by God, etc.,

637 SE 1st Ave.Assembly. Thurs. at 7 p.m., and Fri. at Gainesville Drive-In Church, 300 SW 2nd Ave., services at 11 churches during the next two and the confused logic
of God Hawthorne Road, service at that come forth from the
5 p.m. a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Summer Schedule weeks. I
First Assembly of God, Wal- 8:30: a.m. lawyer made me feel
:st. Patrick's Church, 704 NE Grace Presbyterian Church Churches are being urged to.
do Road, services at 11 a.m. 1st St., masses at 6, 7:30, 9, The Salvation Army, 22 SW 3146 NW 13th St., service at 11 give in a campaign to raise $2 sorry for him. He said

and 7:30 p.m.Baptist 10:30 a.m. and 12 noon. 2nd St., services at 11 a.m. and 'First Lutheran Church will each month, including today, million in three years for Stet-: that there was no such
7:30 a.m.Highlands 1 thing as happiness in the
ChristianFirst p.m. II Presbyterian Church begin its summer schedule for July 5 and August 2. son University at Deland and
Calvary Baptist Church, 2500,' Christian Church, SW Jehovah's Witnesses 1001 NE 16th Ave., servicesat worship services today with the All members and friends are Baptist Bible Institute at Grace-I world, and from his pointof
SE 15th St. services at 11 Hall of Jehovah'sWitnesses view he must be right
Kingdom 11 ,
2nd Ave. at 8th St, service at ajn. and 7:30
I p.m. schedule to continue th rough urged to take note of this sum vile, both of which are Baptist -
ajn. and 7:30 p.m. I 11 a.m. 1124 NE 3rd Ave., Kanapaha Presbyter Ian for no doubt there is no
June, July and August. mer schedule and attend these schools.
Carol Estates BaptistChurch service at 6:30: I such thing as sustained
West Side Christian Church, p.m. Church, Archer Road past
II Only one divine service will be services. The Ford Foundation last year
1428 NE 20th Place meeting at Gainesville Little LutheranFirst Medical Center, service at 11 I happiness for an agnostic.
held each Sunday at 9:00 The church will be announced a $1.5 million grant 1
Lutheran Church 1801 nursery
services at 11 am. 7:30 Theatre, 4039 NW 16th Ave., ajn. It brought home once
p.m. I service at 11 ajn.Christian NW 5th Ave., services at 8:30 Quakers I I be followed by Sunday school open for both the"worship service for Stetson if the school would again the fact that a man

Eastside Baptist Church, 1501' Scientist and 11 a.rn.Gethsemane. I and Bible class at 10:10 ajn. and the Sunday school and raise $3 million in matching can be positively bril-
Religious of Friends
E. Univ. Ave., services at 11 Christian Science Church, 420 Lutheran 1921 NW 2nd Society Ave. service at, Holy Communion services will Bible class time each Sunday funds over a three year period.I liant and successful as a

a.m. and 7:30 p.m. I SW 12th St Service at 11 a.m. Church, 1905 NE 12th St., ser 11 ajn. I be held on the first Sunday of throughout the summer. Stetson' is the only college in the! lawyer or a scientist, or

Faith Independent Baptist Church of Christ vice at 11 am.University Unltarian-Universalist entire South selected with 12' what have you, and still
Church NW 31st Ave. at 7th Lutheran Church, other colleges in the nation to
of Christ 639 E. Univ. Unitarian Universalist Fellowship be woefully unsuccessfulin
Ter., services at 11 a.m. and Ave., services at 11 ajn. and 1826 W. Univ. Ave., service at 1204 NW 10th Ave., Parkview Baptist Church receive the Foundation's "Spe: achieveinq what he

7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m.Fourteenth. 11 a.m. Sunday school and services cial Program in Education"I I really wants most, happi.
First Baptist, 425 W. Univ. Methodist .
St. Church of both at 11 ajn. I ness and contentment.Yet .
services at 11 and Methodist 1400 Readies for Bihle SchoolParkview Hansen will be speaking'
Ave., a.m. Christ 205 NW 14th St, services Centenary AREA CHURCHES : I'I it is there for all the
SE Hawthorne Road servicesat Christian Education today at
7:30 p.m.Forest at 11 ajn. and 6:30 on
p.m. time for all of us if we
Park Baptist 1621 Northeast Church of Christ, 11 a.m. and 7:30 pjn. Baptist Baptist Church will to V. Miles Patterson, pastor of 11 ajn. at Pine Grove Baptist i will but, follow the ,simple

NW 5th Ave., services at 11am. 418 E. Univ. Ave., services at Faith Methodist Church Ho- Archer Baptist Church, services begin'its Vacation Bile School' Parkview. Church, and at 7:30 p.m. at: formula. Thank

and 7:45 p.m. 11 ajn. and 6 p.m. ward Bishop Jr. High Cafetor- at 11 ajn. and 8 p.m. I Parkview Baptist Church. I you

Gainesville Primitive Baptist Thirty-ninth Avenue Churchof ium, 1901 NE 9th St., service Eliam Baptist Church, Melrose -, by having Preparation Day again, A reader. Do you

Church, SW 34th St. at Archer Christ, 1811 NW 39th Ave., at 11 a.m. worship services at 11 during the Sunday school hour Pine Gr. BaptistSet THIS SUMMER want your viewpoint published or?
Road, service at 11 ajn. First Methodist 419 NE 1st experience
seryices at 9 a.m. and 6lb ajn. and 7:30 p.m. Plan for a
North Central Baptist p. m. St., services at 8:45 and 11 First.Baptist Church of Mic- today. to Start Write in confidence to

Church, 404( NW 14th Ave., services Church Of God ajn. Fellowship at 5:30, ser- anopy. services at 11 ajn. and "Southern Keswick"FAMILY Editor, P O. Box 13, Norwalk -

at 8:30 and 11 a.m., and Church of God, HawthorneRoad ice at 7 p.m. 7:30 p.m. The school will be held VACATION Conn (Editor may

7:30 p.m. and Third Ave., services Trinity Methodist Church, Hague Baptist Church, services each morning from 9 to 11:30 Bible SchoolThe IN FLORIDA jdit, comment, and be

Oak Hill Baptist, 800 NW 40th at 11 ajn. and 7:30 p.m. 3536 NW 8th Ave., services at at 11 ajn. and 7:30 p.m. o'clock until closing exercises sole jud'qe as to publica
Ave., services at 11 a.m. and EpiscopalEpiscopal 9 and 11 ajn. Wflliston Baptist Church, services Pine Grove Baptist S S 0 tion. Copyright 1964,

7:30 p.m. Center, Chapel of Wesley Community Methodist at 11 ajn. and 8 p.m. on June 17 at 7:45 o'clock, in Church will conduct a ten day JUNE four 22 great-JULY weeks 19! Efco) Sponsored by:

Oak Park Baptist Church the Incarnation, 1522 W. Univ. Church, 826 NW 23rd Blvd., Methodist the evening. Bible School beginning tomorrow at St. Petersburg

4610 Archer Rd., services at Ave., Holy Communion at 8 sen-ices at 11 a.m. and 7:30"( Alachua Methodist, SE 1st and ending June 19. The DAILY BIBLE CONFERENCES JONES-JOHNSON
9:45 and 11 a.m. and 7:30 pjn. Mrs. Jones L. Mauldin is serving S *
a.m., morning prayer at 11 St, service at 11 ajn. school r"1 run from 8:30 to
Old Fashioned Missionary a.m. First Sunday, Holy Communion p.mWesley Foundation and UniverSity Melrose Methodist, services at as superintendent and has 11:30 ch morning Monday AIR CONDITIONED COMFORTS
Baptist Mission, at corner of FUNERAL
at 11 ajn. Methodist Church. 1320 and 7:30
11 ajn. p.m.
enlisted a of workers for through Friday. PRIVATE SWIM POOLS
NW 6th St and 34th Place, services Holy Trinity, 116 NE 1st St W. Univ. Ave., services at 8:45 Orange Creek Methodist, US- *

at 11 a.m. and 7:30 pjn. Holy Communion at 8 ajn. and 11 a.m. 301 north of Hawthorne, serviceat Bible study and handwork. Re- 'The program win consist of NEAR FAMOUS BEACHES 311 S. MAIN ST.

Parkview Baptist, 3403 NW morning prayer at 9:30 and 1Lirsi Mormon 9:30 ajn.Newbeny.. freshments will be s rved-dally Bible and mission studies, Send for complete information
13th St, services at 11 a.m.1 ? Sunday Holy Communionat Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Methodist, servicesat during a recess 'period. character stories, ,creative SOUTHERN KESWICK BIBLE

.and 7:45 pjn. 8, 9:30 and 1L Day Saints, 1220 SW 5th 9:55 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. activities and recreation. CONFERENCEST. FR 653611

Pine Grove Baptist Church,I St Michael's, 2180 Mflhopper Ave.. Sunday school, 10 any, Wiffiston Methodist Church, All children 3-12 years of age Classes are dated for ages PETERSBURG 8 I

4200 NW 39th Ave., services at Road, Holy Communion at 8:30 Sacrament meeting. 6:30 p.m. U a.m. and 8 p.m. are invited Attend, according 4-12. __ _. _

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: Sunday, June 7, 1964 Gainesville Sun 1C -


' .Judges Job Tough but Nice .Fror 800 Boys Ready

I At Chiefland FestivalCHIEFLAND .,

For 36th State
'; ""0' ' r. : '
If anyone is going to have a tough"yet *, .
enviable job at the llth annual Chiefland Watermelon -
Festival next Saturday, it will be the judges of .
the queen contest. Beauty Decision Hard,

I On the other hand, the judges 'of the big melon con- FFA ConventionCedar
tests will have a simple job. All they will have to do is T> Melon Easy
of scales and and theBUI Judging
place the melons on a set springslaw .,
of gravity will do the rest. i
The queen contest judges will
be in the enviable position of 17, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.A. MISS JENNINGS

ringside seats for a lot of G. Parker of Chiefland; Jo 24
beauty and glamour paradedby Ann Jennings, 18, daughter of JeyCllurch to Represent

25 or more candidates for Mrs. Margaret Bailey of Red- s .
the queen title. But when it dick; Carole Brown of Trenton Sets

comes to making the difficult and Shirley Ann Geiger, 16 in AreaDAYTONA
decision as to who will secceed whose parents are Mr. and cf Bible SchoolCEDAR Chapters

Susan Lewis of Williston as Mrs. J. A. Geiger of Orange c' tiiLLi -

queen, the judges' jobs will be- Lake. f KEY The First BEACHThe :team from Santa Fe and the
unenviable ones. The festival activities beginat Baptist Church in Cedar Key district
come Gainesville
36th annual State Future Far- Chapter
entries in the 10 a. m. Saturday. The will begin its annual Vacation .i of
Latest queen mers of America convention champion quartet composed
contest include Linda Parker, queen contest will be a final : : : Bible School tomorrow. It will starts here Tuesday, with more I.quartet composed of Earl
event, starting at 8 pjn. in the i continue through Friday, with than 800 farmer-school boys ex- Standridge, Mike Runnels,
high school gym. It will be preceded -i classes from 8:30 to 11:45 a.m. pected to attend. Tom Parker and Austin Kelly.

Donates ': by a twist contest out I F daily. I Other Gainesville delegateswill
side the at 6 with 1 The FFA delegates will in-
gym pjn. All churches of Cedar Key include Tom Castell, Don-
music by the Williston FFA are invited to participate in this clude 24 FFAers from 10 chap- ald Gotcher and Ronald Got-
Buildings To I string band. i\ :; .SA Y school. Children, ages 3-18, will ters in the Gainesville area, cher.
James Quincey of Gaines: attend. who are to receive the State

ville will emcee the program: : :s : The following will be the faculty -Farmer Degree, the highest Other convention highlights
Starke CofCSTARKE starting inside the gym at 7jpjn. and workers for the school: awarded by a state associa- will include the sweetheart

He will introduce special MISS BROWN MISS PARKER MISS GEIGER Principal, Argie R. Windham; tion.. A total of 191 FFAers contest, selection of the state
The Hercules from all the state to and district Star Farmers,
guests, including Walter R. secretary, Ronda Kirkland; as- over are
Powder Co. has donated two' (Sonny) Lee, district Lion's sistant secretary, Mrs. Ann receive the degrees. Their election of officers and bestowing

office buildings to the Starke- Club governor. Windham; pianist, Evelyn Wal- total labor income from productive honorary memberships.Persons .
Bradford Chamber of Com- Earl Faircloth, a native Smokey Bear to Lead rath; Beginners Department, enterprises was $570- to receive the honorary -
merce, according to H. A. Bish- Chieflander and state attorney Evelyn Walrath and Laverne 282. memberships in the FFA

op Jr., CofC president.He general-elect, will speak at Castell; Primary Department, The Santa Fe High School;include, from Gainesville, Dr.

announced Friday that 7:30 pjn. And then the paradeof : Mrs. Lucille Wilder, Mrs. Ber- Chapter with seven candidates, E. T. York Jr., provost for
Hercules, through Jim Vickersof beauty starts.Intermission Levy Kids to Libraries die Rice and Mrs. Bobby Joe leads all other chapters in the Agriculture, University of Flo-
rida and Joe assist-
the Brunswick, Ga., office, entertainmentwill Wilder; Junior ..Department. state in the number of State Busby,
has donated the two frame include Jimmv Deuel.-. ma- Mrs. Lena Bennett and -Mrs.- Fanner degrees to be awarded. ant director Agricultural Ex-
With Smokey Bear as an in- Store 1:30-2( On the first and third Fri- perdue
buildings to the CofC. The gician, the Kay and Carolyn p.m. Kathleen Hudson; Intermediate tension Service; and John -
buildings are equipped with cen- dance team (University of Florida spiration, youngsters of Levy Morriston First and third days, the bookmobile will be at: Department, Mrs. Mary Ann Newberry High School

tral heating and air conditionng majorettes) and the High- County have embarked on a Thursday, 9-9:45 a.m. Inglis from 9-9:30: a.m.; Gulf Delaino, Archie Bennett, Mrs. The Santa Fe State Farmer principal.
; equipment. landers, a hootenany group. summer reading program at libraries Montbrook First and third Hammock, 10 10:30 a.m.; Otter -Alice Richburg; refreshment degree candidates are all sen- Special recognition trophieswill

Bishop said that use of the Benny Rodgers will sing the served by the central Thursday, 10.10:45 ajn. Creek, 10:45 11:45 a.m.; committee, Miss Eugenia John- iors and all have been in vocational go to J. Francis Cooper,

buildings by the CofC has not coronation song. Florida Regional Library. Williston Vocational School Bronson Elementary School, son, Miss Agnes Tooke and Mrs. agriculture four years. retired editor, Agricultural Ex-
yet been determined. The Festival is sponsored- Children who do not have access -First and tird Thursday, 11 1:15 2 p. m.; Bronson Road< 'Anne Windham. Their names and their total tension Service; and C. H.

t Hercules operates a fleet of the Chiefland Lion's Club, as- to one of the library ajn. to noon.Raleigh Camp, 2-3 p.m. The commencement programwill labor income from supervised (Hux) Coulter, state forester,
J heavy equipment in this area sisted by the Chiefland Wom- branches in the various municipalities First and bird The schedule will be effective be Friday night at 7:30 to projects: David Fugate, $2,162; Florida Forest Service.

for collection of fat w o o d an's Club. Donald Quincey is will pick up their: reading Thursday, 1:30-2( p.m. through Aug. 21. close the Bible School activities. Louis Hagan, $1,054; Donald\-
stumps, used in naval stores.A general chairman. material from a bookmobile I i Fred McDavid, $5,191; George I
which will make twice monthly Presnell Jr., $2,077; Cecil i

visits to Levy County com- Bradford HospitalHenry Quates, $2,052; Marion C.\ 3 3t t Buzz

Registration TomorrowFor munities.As (Bud) Riviere, $1,297; Kenneth MixonSun

an incentive to take partin Young, $742. \ Area
the summer reading pro- ADMISSIONSMay of Lawtey; Mary Reames Luke, Hinson, Hampton, a son, The Santa Fe Chapter also! Editor
Bronson. RecreationBRONSON gram, the youngsters, when they 21 Phyllis Mosley, Francis Marion Crawford both David Wayne. will be recognized as a district -
register: receive a Smokey Lawtey; Emily A. Murray, Mid- of Starke; Maggie Lee Dillard, DISCHARGEDMay winner of the FFA Coop-,
Registration for rules will be used. There will bea Bear- button, the conservation- dleburg. Lake Butler. 21-Edna Marie Wrinkle, erative Activity Contest spon-

the Bronson summer recreation practice game Friday at 5:30 pledge, a bookmark, Smo key May 22- Wilman Katherine May 31 Mary Ann W i 1- Thelma Littles and son John- sored by the Florida Council of 1 I
program will be tomorrow from Bear "Read and Color Book" Zike, Martin Lee Darden, both iams, Hampton; Melissa Cor- ny Jr. Farmer Cooperatives. The:
3 to 11:30 ajn. at Bronson p.m.John and become Smokey Bear's jun- of Keystone Heights. bett> Lawtey; Steve Donald May 22-Melissa Corbett, Ed chapter will receive a cash
.school. Rutledge, Bronson coach, Shackleford award of $100 and will be in;
ligh ior forest rangers.At May 23 Joseph B. Whit, Keystone Heights; Stone. i
There will be no recreational is in charge of the overall the end of the summer Starke; Ida B. Jones, Graham. Raymond Stone, Starke. May 23Phyllis Mosley, Mar- the running for state honors in
Bronson Theron T. Sam
programs tomorrow, but Tues- program. reading program, a certificatewill May 24 Myrwin Jackson June 1 Elizabeth Brawn, tin Lee Darden, Annie Mae Grif- this contest. I 'p
Morrison will work in elemen-
day activities will begin on an be awarded to the junior Long, Starke. Gainesville; Bobby Dean Bal- fis, Mary Katherine Griffis, Ada Two Bell Chapter membersare vUGarvy

ev ry.eek. y__basis. tary and junior high recreation, rangers who have read 10 or May 25 Robert James Starling dree, Green Cove Springs; Carter Ricks. to receive the State Far Sun Area
including the Staff
girls softball league is being n swimming program more Horary DOCKS. Bryon Cromwell Tit u s. Phillip Wayne Chance Jr., Harvey Mav 24 Thomas Johnson. mer degree. They are_ Hugh
formed with a school team anda The Central Florida Regional Annie Mae McRae, Willie B. Rice Jr., Jessie S. Rod- Cleveland Driggers. Martin, whose labor income i,' Writer

town team taking part. There Mondays, Wednesdays and Library is a joint effort of Levy, Reason, Vida Lou Dyal, all of dy, James L. Gentry, Carolyn May 25 Gayle Renfroe, from four years of supervised: N1 I
also will be countywide softball] Fridays, from 9 a.m. to noon, Citrus and Marion counties and Starke; Vollie Padgett, Jack- McKinney[ all of Starke; :Mary Johnnie Thorode Phillips. Randall Roberts, who has I
and basketball league play for will be devoted to elementaryand the City of Ocala. Levy County sonville; Burtis S. Brown, Elizabeth Richard, Raiford. May 26 Gilford Arnold, Ro- projects totaled $3,838, and,
boys through 15 years of age junior high recreation. The branches are located in Bron- Kingsley Lake; Melvin N. Robertson June 2 -Alene Bryant, Flora- bena Ann Lewis, Vida Lou Dy- earned $1,950 in four years of The 1lostCOlnplctc

and a senior basketball leaguefor junior high girls softball team son, Cedar Key, Chiefland, Wil- Melrose. 'home; Dempsey Larry Raby, al, Carrie Bell Littles. vo-ag. NClvsCoverage
high school boys. 'will practice at this time and if liston and Yankeetown.The I May 26 Edythe Armstrong, keystone Heights; Sondra Copeland i May 27 -Ida B. Jones, Wil- The Chiefland Chapter has
'Starke Olson Melrose; Horace Sellers, ma Katherine Zike, Joseph B. four State Farmer degree cand-
Towns in the leagues include there are enough players, games bookmobile schedule in ; Fay T. Keystone of .
Ralph Edwin Starling, both of White, Hazel S. Rodgers idates all of whom have beenin
Bronson, Chiefland, Willistonand will be scheduled.The Levy County ,this summer will Heights. BryceC. I
Cedar Key. Tuesday and Thursday be: May 27 Mary Elaine Chil- Lawtey; Pearl Prevatt Griffis, Titus. vo-ag four years. They are NorthccntralFlorida
Starke; Beatrice Brown, Archer May 28 Neta Gertrude Coleman with total 1
Starke H.
Bronson girls Interested in activities will include junior Hardeetown First and son, ; Harvey Monroe. Barbara Jo George ,
softball play may contact San- softball from 8-11 ajn.; swim- third Wednesdays, Rain's Store, May 28 Gayle Patricia Clif- ; Hinson, Hamp- Hicks. labor income of $2,267; William -,

dra Hicks for the school team ming, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.; and 10-11( a.m.Chiefland. ford, Merritt Island; Lila M. ton.June 3 Eugene Smith Jr., New Santa Fe Hiers Jr., $685; Martin'
I Caldwell, William C. Dixon Jr. Reid and Webster
$907; Johnny -
and Mrs. Louise Cobb for the senior basketball from 7-11 Junior
p.m. High I Lula Torode, both of Starke I Have the
Daniel Ray Crews all of ; I
town team. For the girls, a mod- Senior softball play will. be on School first and third Wednes- i' Robert J. Johnson, Lawtey; Bridge NearsCompletion $2,465.
Dorothy Legh Stuart has
; The Starke
Chapter one
ification of regulation softball Fridays from 7-11 p.m. days, 11 a.m. to noon; Ruth's Minnie Octavia Weisner, Wal- i
August Fay Stuart, both of Coral candidate, Wayne Clemons,! Sun Home
Gables; William Byrd, Lake do; Dona G. Corey, Melrose. I who in three years of vo-ag''i
June 4 Woodrow Wilson
Butler. STARKE The new bridgeon has earned $1,227; and the DeliveredToday
GREAT DAY May 29 Ruth Winifred Cran- Cox, Lake Geneva.BIRTHS SR-125 over the Santa Fe Starke-Bradford Chapter has i,;

dall, Keystone Heights. River in northwest Bradford three members that will receive !
May 27 Mr. and Mrs. Ed-
May 30 Ethel Leona Nor- County will be completed in the State Farmer degree: I
man, Mary Jane Reddish, both win L. Chilson Travis., Starke, a son, about six weeks, according to Donald Brandes, who in four I
Douglas To Order
.In The Morning May 30 Mr. and Mrs. Carl Howell Mayo, project superin- years has earned $676;i THE GAINESVILLE SUN
ITo Renresent William Norman, Lawtey, a tendent. for Scott ConstructionCo. Michael Waters, three years, Phone or Write:

-- --- son, George Marvin; Mr. and and $3,602; and Ronald Williams -, BRONSON. CEDAR KEY,
By SAM McGARVEY Mrs. Mark Lee Luke, Starke; He made that prediction three years, and $583.; OTTER CREEK I I
Sun Staff Writer Hawthorne a daughter, Dana Markaye.June based on dry weather. Harry Glen McElroy and Joel 4M-224S-

If the Irish have a fault, and truth, etc., and was given the toning of Pat, demanded to' 1 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph "A while ago," he said, "we Sapp are the Newberry Chap-; BROOKER Brooker LA 2171 CROSSE
with all their shining virtues following account: know what was going on. Pat Robert Richard, Raiford, a son. had a rain that about washedus ter candidates for this highest
they should be allowed one- it squirmed and squirmed and Boys State June 2 Mr. and Mrs. Law- out, and if we get another state degree, with earnings, respectively -' WALDO.CainetvHie FAIRBANKS Sun
is a tendency to garnish the Many years ago, a whole boatload finally blurted out, "I can't tell rence Bryant Jr., Florahome, a like that one, we'll be delayed. of $1,472 and $1,534 Ore. 3121441ALACHUA
truth with exaggeration. Their of McMahon arrived in you. They give me $40 to keepme HAWTHORNE Larry son, Reginald Rainier; Mr. and ." Both have been in vo-ag four;
accounts of a happening, there- New York City from the Old mouth shut"Brandishing Reeves, 17-year-old junior at Mrs. Billy Harold Copeland, Known as the Rosier Road, ;years. I 462-1424
Sod and settled in
fore, are likely to be a blend of nearby a chair, Thomas Hawthorne High School, has Melrose, a daughter, Donna SR-125 is an important eastwestlink The Newberry Chapter also. WILLISTON
fact and fancy, with the latter Newark. The eldest, Kit, soon got the story then, and in due been named to represent the local Louise. between Union and Brad- will be represented at the convention -; 521SUJTRENTON.
often riding roughshod over the, afterward learned that a for lawyerin descendants time all members of the Mc- American Legion Post and June 3-Mr. and Mrs. Wayne ford Counties. by Pace Getzen, district -, BELL
N.Y.C. searching

former. : was_ Mahon clan got 'their rightf ul the Hawthorne Lion's Club at tractor driving champion,! HO 3-2557 .
of Lord Barnaw e 11
As the grandson of Jimmy parts of the estate. Boys State in Tallahassee.He who will be competing for I' CROSS CITY OLD TOWN
McMahon, from infancy, Sam veniently. Jimmy, in true Irish exuberance is the son of Mr. and Mrs New Bradford-Clay Farm state honors. 491-3091

was regaled with stories of his Lion at all that he had three celebrated his inheritance -Mitchell Reeves of Lochloosa. At The Williston Chapter also HAWTHORNEGR
noble ancestors. "Never for- brothers and a sister, and set I by going into the near- Hawthorne High, he is a varsity has a State Farmer degree $5111MICANOPY.
get," Sam's mother counseled, himself up as the sole heir. est saloon, where after a few basketball and football player Forester Arrives on Job candidate this year. He is MciNTOSH
"that you have the royal bloodof glasses of Irish whisky, he let and a member of the band. Dan Royster, who has earned Fritz! AthmortMiCMOpy
Ireland in your veins; that The strategem failed, though, out a banshee wail and flung ""'--" -'- STARKE Jack Barnhart, $1,625 in three years of vo-ag.1
.you are a direct descendant of for Kit died before the estate $10,000 up in the air in a showerof the new farm forester for Brad- Branson's Eli Beasley, with MELROSE.Ore.KEYSTONE 3724441 HTS.

Lord Baraawell, who had a was settled. The lawyer at- banknotes.It ford and Clay Counties, has ar- earnings of $3,785, is to receive I .WBERRY
grand castle and hundreds of tended the wake for Kit, and must not be imagined that' rived on the job and is work- the degree; and the Lake But, 372-MU
servants and owned thousandsof on seeing a man wailing over this account is exactly as re- ing out of his office here on ler candidate for the degree is: WINDSOR. ORANGE HATS.
acres of lancL"Invariably the coffin, remarked on the lated. Sam's mother, God love Washington Street. His appointment Sam Jackson, with earnings Of' CAMPVILLE. /
the story broughton man's deep grief. her, gave good if not plausible as a successor to Don $1,683. SANTA FE SHORES

boots of derision by Sam's "And well I might grieve,' reasons for each part of the Champion was announced recently ftiw. Phillip Finley, with earnings: Ctrc. 3724441
father, a Scotch-Irishman (from episode, and made lovely ex- by the Florida Forest and Carson ARCHER
the sobbed "with me of $3,719, Johntry,
mourner ,
the OTHER part of Erin) to cuses for every part of the chicanery Service. earned the 495-2244
brother Kit lying here who has $1,233, are !
this effect: "Royal blood my poor 4 Barnhart is 28. He is a nativeof CHIEFLAND
candidates for the
dead and him one of the best Melrose
eye. Not unless you count the But, indignant howls from Pittsburgh; he was raised
that God breathto. State Fanner degree.
coachman's daughter!" Tha men ever gave Sam's sisters 'and his cousins there but attended and was :I LAKE BUTLERHY
identified himselfas the convention which
He then During 6.3131STARKE.
jab usually resulted in a spirited and aunts notwithstanding, the graduated from .the Universityof I
Jimmy McMahon, and admit- .1 concludes Friday nightthe ,,
family debate cluttered more account given is loaded with Georgia. Following graduation LAWTEY
ted he had a brother, Pat. But FFAers will be competing; 944-7774
with emotion than fact facts. he worked for about a year
on learning of the estate, he for cash prizes totaling more
Not caring one way or other The coachman's daughter? for a Georgia paper company, I HIGH SPRINGS
about Thomas and and for 47 i GR !-* 1
kept quiet than
about the claim. Sam forgot it Oh yes, father was right about and then went to Sonora, Calif., $5,400 expense-i I
until several years ago,' whenin his sister. that. One of Lord B's sons ran where for tee past three paid trips to the national con- or WRITE or CALL

a heart-to-heart talk withhis Again the estate was .near off and married a daughter of years he served as a timber vention in Kansas City, Mo. I CIRCULATION BOX 57 MANAGER I II

mother, he asked pointblank settlement, when, Thomas got Christopher McMahon, his lord management assistant with the The contestants will includethe I I GAINESVILLE 372-8441] I
for the truth, the whole suspicious, ,and in close quo ship's.coachman. I-n REEVES U.s. Forest Service. BARNHART parliamentary procedure


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IT Gainesville Sun Sunday, June 7, 1964
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What's your problem? For a ...- to I I ,/ II i 'I WI!(I j ill I II I 14 0u1, ){E E OOWNSTAlRS

"i' j Proved His Love era) reply, writt to Abby. BOlE 3365. iI I I 'I ,, I I ,) I II r fttVlWGNMVPOOL'TABLE!

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include a selfaddressed stamped enAbigail : 1,1, aI
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Van Buren velope. Abby answers ail: mail. < !, II""" I \ II' j I II IIII\\II
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DEAR ABBY: There is this real good-looking guy I'll call DEAR ABBY: I asked my girl what she wanted for her
"J". I have seen him around for about a year, but I never birthday and she said "Give me a big colored picture of KGS-OCTLV/f AS THEY COME SOON Y/HATIL/ BirV YOURSELF ANOTHER THANK YOU71
thought I had a chance with him. Well, all of a sudden "J" yourself in a real nice frame." Like a dope I had some SO VOU SOLD SLOBBOvlA NEXT5HIPLQADWE'LL DO? IT AND VOU OUGHT TO
called me up and asked me for a date. He is 21 and I pictures taken which cost me 22 bucks. Then I got a frame ICE CREAM AMD NOW IOU CAM All-Sos-DROWtoJ !f GET ONE AS GOOD AS
am 18, but I'm very mature for my age. On our first date which set me back another 12 bucks. We broke up last week ALL LIVE WELL,EXCEPT SLOBBOVIA, ,cH1=APr
we got along swell. "J" is the kind of guy you can get and this girl sent my picture back, but she kept the frame.I THERE'S MO h'r
acquainted, with real fast. He told me he loved me, and said think she should have given me the whole works. What = PLACE TOUVEON.1.'

that maybe he would ask me to go steady, but first I had do you think? SEYMOUR .

to "prove my love" (if you know what I mean). How DEAR SEYMOUR: You got the "works" all right. But Wtf try' \

can I hold him without proving my love I would give my you did GIVE her the picture and the frame as a gift,

right arm to get this guy. FALLING IN LOVE so it all belongs to her. (Maybe she's framing somebodyelse < 'I
DEAR FALLING: Lose him. He's not worth your right now.)

arm. What he needs is a right hook! ht. jJI
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DEAR ABBY: What do you think of a husband who goes DEAR ABBY: I just read the letter signed "TWENTY- II
fishing every Mother's Day and leaves his wife alone with TWO AND MISERABLE." She was the young bride whose I

the children? This has been going on for as long as I can husband informed her shortly after their marriage that he I
remember. I finally got fed up this year and asked him had spent $500 on an investigation of her past, and he r STOPJAWIN'LMPAW i LOST HOW ON AIRTH COULD --TO AM
what was the big idea leaving me every Mother's Day, and took great pleasure in throwing up to her a "mistake" she YE FERGOT I DIDN'T Trt'DADBURN ) VE LOSE A DOZEN ACEHIGHSTRAJGHT '!c

he said, "I just can't face this town on Mother's Day be- had made. TO FETCH HOME FERGIT THINGSJ HEN AIGS ONTH'WAY

cause my mother" is dead and I have to do something to Tell her to ask her husband what a $500 investigation of sH TH*HEN AIGS d J ClA X GENERAL HOME FROMTH STORE*? .

give me a lift. HIS past would have turned up. It's strange how, when a = I I fr
I guess it never occurred to him that I am also a mother, 1
girl makes mistake it's crime but when makes
a a a man
and maybe I could use a lift. NOT LIFTED IN ROANOKE ;
DEAR NOT: If you wait for the obvious to occur to some the same mistake 30 or 40 times, it's just an incident. WhenI 00 _

men, you will wait a long time. It's high time it occurredto became engaged, my husband asked me if I was "pure." I _

YOU to tell your sentimental sweetheart that someone told him I was just as "pure" as he was, and he marriedme

besides himself could use a lift. anyway. TWENTY-FOUR AND EQUAL

handsome and eligible AND AFTERNOON I e

suitor through a marriage 6:00 O Summer Semester
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6:10 CD Continental Classroom _
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bridegroom takes out a 6:30 Religions of Man 30UR HEAT AND HOT SPRINGS BOTH WE: DO NOT HAVE WHAT WE COULD HAVE DESTROYED
Grindl's life.
6:35 O Sunshine Almanac WOULD END OF THE VALLEY HAS
9:00 O Burke's Law- 6:40 CD Living Words (color) ( ROPlCAL.HARDWOOD SAYS TREES AND SNO; OR WEAPON WITH OUR I
Mystery 6:50 O Farm And Home THE GOVERNOR. BUILT ,LASER YS.

"Who Killed Alex Debbs?" 6:45 CD Hi, Neighbor (color) 1 J( \\w ,
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one who was jealous of 7:00 Q CD Today
.. the late publisher and the Scheduled guest: Dr. Martin ,
SUNDAY MORNING chronicled in film clips gorgeous dolls he picturedin Luther King Jr., who t t +

7:00 CD Living Words and interviews with his his magazine and em- discusses his new book zUi14 #,
7:05 O Religion Is Relevant contemporaries. Wilkie, a ployed at his swanky "Why We Can't Wait." 'I'f' /
'7:30 D Gospel Caravan Democrat turned-Repub- clubs. Appearing in cameo 7:05 O Ranger Hal I Qwv.rnlsa

8:30 CD Gospel Songs lican rode the crest of a roles are Suzy Parker and 7:50 O News C
8:35 O Sen. G. Smathers "We Want Willkie!" chantto Jan Sterling. (,
8:00 O Captain Kangaroo f fc fo
8:40 O Lippy the Lion the Republican Presidential O CD Bonanza -
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9:30 O Children's Dour against FDR and, following CD Romper Room EMBARRASSED GOING TO BE EASY TO THINKINGTHATWHEN GOING TO BE ANY .
tle Joe makes firends
(Color) Together We world statesman. boy friend-Don Holiday CD Jack La Lanne DAD'S PLACING THATANNOUNCEMENT WHOM YOU ARE = GOING WITH YOU/A TRIP GOI TO GO TO THE
Worship Q CD Meet The Press 9:55 CD Sen. Spessard Holland IN ENGAGEDWHATS ---_ I AROUND THE WORLD WILL HOSPITALBUONDIE /
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10:00 Q The annual Governor'sConference DR.MORGAN.'
10:00 O Du Pont Show-
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10:30 O This Is The Life panelists question two "The Paitent in Room 10:25 Q CD News
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Rocky and His Freinds Gov. James A. RhodesR. a 1958 Nantucket O The McCoys G F A

: O Church Service ( ., Ohio), the host gov (Mass.) crash; two yearsof 11:30 O CD Jeopardy
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nark eimrfl something dynamic to show nessmen into camp Mr. Johnson _
pick for vice "
president? The
their mettle.
plans to
complete the
construction question is
make life easier all around if These poor devils must fly to of One Big Party by[night in dropping 30 times a
every parlor in Wash-
President Johnson would quitplaying New Orleans or Butte to make choosing a vice 'president from
setting off hours
and his speeches or on "Capitol the futile
coy announce appear leading Republican contenders. speculation. BUT, I SASF
choice for the vice Cloakroom" to be asked, "How[ whole
presidency uu( i sA26'e... !
litany of T IS 1zoA0ISN'T voN'r DON'T WORRYI
does it feel to be mentioned names from Albert wtat2)! _
right now. as Should Governor Scranton and Aardvark to Zeke Zutlin WIDE WE'LL MAKE CANS
For months now, he has been a possible vice presidential can-j Richard Nixon out of the comes trio a Fox R 1 l, .,. S JEAT?
stay spouting out
smiling first at one fellow, then didate? (Answer: "Well heh,' Republican with a monotony ... TkS TA\IC! .. I t l I
presidential to th4t stifles
at another, until there is scarcely -[heh, heh-.") race the survival instinct.r <
I keep themselves available fo "It'll be Bob Kennedy." "Mc- 5
a man left in either party, or It is even harder on their the vice presidency? Namara. "Adlai. "Gene McCarthy :Q 9

outside, who has not been "men- wives who keep the dinner en- Or will Mr. Johnson be dis- or Hubert. "It's got to :, r II I

tioned" as a potential vice presidential gagements for them. For them posed to let the Republicans be a Catholic." "A Catholic ur-! 1 ,I It
candidate.At there is the embarrassment of nominate their -ban liberal."
strongest presidential "A Northern Prot- La:
this point only three men running into other wives whose o
runner, then reward him estant" "A woman from the f.
can be ruled out of the husbands .. I pe
specu were "mentioned" last with the vice presidential prize: farm belt" "Somebody young""Somebody

lation. They are General Eisen- week, but are now written off. As matters now stand, a Republican -: e x per ie need." eIi
hower (barred by the I In addition the wires invariably 0
Twenty- are cannot tell which is "Henry Luce." "Clare." "A 0 o o 0 0 0
Amendment); Gov. asked. "How does it the best way to success._ A mis-; Polish Protestant with a Negro!I
George Wallace (he keeps con- feel to be the wife of a man whois calculation that leads to the Re- wife."

fusing a last place finish with mentioned as a possible vice publican nomination could be Groggy with vice WELLPIP VOU TALK YOOK I 4ES TED UP, PlO TWAJJK VOU. IVE
victory); and BIbby Baker (the presidential candidate?" What humiliating if the President decides presidential !?t IC YJU W5J5T THAT I TAKE AIL RIGHT GARY... ASSISTANT INTO PLAYING PATn.. IT IUOO CHANGED MY MJNP Z
President doesn't know him). can a wife reply? To say, "Well, against putting the Re-- speculation, one finally: be- LE55ON.I MISS LEEP5 WlLUMR.COKNE OLT FOR A CO AHEAD'AN7IU WITH\OKK NINE MR.WfNEELYT I4OLE5 YVITH ME 'VU OUT!WITH THINK TLU50 HOME r

By keeping everybody else on heh heh, heb-M or "Swell!" publican candidate on the Democratic gins to think, "It could even be ..bur rD Nor: TAKE HER our! .

tenterhooks, the President is and, "My husband is too good to ticket. I me!" And, while the names are T1r

creating ugly problems. The situation { be lost in the vice presidency of j i Even for nonentities who are flying "Muskie," "Lodge," L %
is particularly hard on the United States while deserving '
not widely "mentioned" outside "Wagner "Karloff to ar-' !
Washington hostesses. A hostess I high marks for candor, their clubs
the President's ca gue silently with oneself. yr
works a dinner list only to would .
up neutralize _
only effect
I and-mouse game Is wearing. For Should I accept if asked?"
discover at the last moment of his speech in Butte. six months past it has been Impossible "No man can refuse the call of

that three of the male guestscan't The President's dilly .- dallying to get five minutes into -[duty." The President should
come because they have is not dong! the Republicansany any conversation,without bay his f I
name, man at once so the
Just that afternoon been "men- I
good either. It is LT
quite pos-| ing to guess which man will get rest of us can make our plans
as possible vice presi- sible, for example that
having the accolade. for
,going to the World's
; Fair
dential candidates and have toy
(I brought the Republican busi- "Well, who's Johnson going to this summer.


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Sunuoy June 7, 1964 Gainesville Sun 3C

Your Sunday Visit To 6 SPECIAL NOTICES S3 LOTS FOR SALE ." sr9feenos89--J

I WRINklEs? _. IA ID ID $$0 ILIA AIS I1 : :

Coty Line Away ,CROSSWORD PUZZLE BEAUTIFUL and loving male German r.
: S5 plus Tax Shepherd pup US. May be RATES

THE LIBRARY Odi's Pharmacy IEIV Ic p it ITIIA IGIO I lvi seen anytime 3631 E. Univ. Ave..
116 Central plaza (Next to Winn _Cottage 1.
: Dixie) I.D.L Drugstore.
I ACROSS 28.Runbe- BY OWNER PH. 3728441for
," HORSES I 1. Two pints tween ports AINItOITITJtIRI BEAUTIFUL wooded lot. tOO blockof
We buy. sell. rent board horses.
N.W. 22nd Mreet. 119- xisy,
Birthday parties hayrides. Western 6. Nut 29. Radium Also lot in Gwynn Oaks 200'x- I
t! From the ,Loan Desk I parties cookouts. we give 11. Fanciful symbol iOlRlBAIUISftItIRIEI ISO with view and privileges

I riding Cowboy's lessons.Riding Stables 13. Nullify 31. Risk of Clear Lake. 37.5109. Classified OnlyDEADLINES -

$ ) By.ARDIS BLACKBURN"The ers of the Sea" Guberlet) _Klncald Road Phone FR 2-8460 14. Esteemed 33.Onbchalf tRAISFIRIOIZItI Beautiful 40 ft. 3 wide Acre Private Tract Drive.Entered N.W.bya

accounts of oceanographic Riverboat of 1AIL.1ARMIII5I1IWItIDI Section. Out of City Limits.E. I
expe. Baby Sitters.;Child Care
Transcendental Mar- i7Strivesto 34.Bad prefix h'ItIs tIRIt C. "CURLY" KUEHN JR.
ditions. EiRIF4IE 631 N. Main St. Tues. thro FrL papers-S pjn. Day before publication
der," by Jane Langton. Harper TINY TOT equal 35.WWII are* IEIAIT SItIAIRDIOII-II FR2032 Broker FR t54t For ads to go In Sun. paper-12:00 am Sat.

t 18. Doily 36. Match Desirable homesites iI! For ads to go In Mono paper-1 njn. Sat.

f r & Row, 1964. CRITICISM PLAY SCHOOL 20. Eur. forage 37. Astringent (Solution To Friday's Puzzle) stricted In the attractive sensibly rural re- II (Minimum ad 4 lines)

VIsit III and see for YOUI"5eIf. 39. Ream community of Mcintosh.

I j Here is a very pleasant little "French Poets and Novelists" 24 SE 8th St. FR 4-780( plant 41.Wrinkles Manned 8. Herb ot Roberts. C. Smith, RealtorU. I FAMILY RATES
I 21. Tip S. Hwy. 441, Mfcanopy, Fla.
with assorted (James EXPERIENCED elementary school 43.Male with weapons genus myr- Ph. 466-3120.
story trimmings ) essays by Henry teacher to care for children. 3 22. Small goose 4. Old Port this 1 Insertion ................................................ 34c HneI
} which should please read- James on French writers of the acre play area. Planned program compartment 44. Study FOR SALE ty owner 2 corner lots Insertions ......... .................................... 32c line
' I every 372-7150._ 45. Untidy( money ofaccount 9. Honor at $1500 ea.. 2 inside lots at e 4 Insertion: .............................................. 17c line
\ *er. It is a love story-and what 19th Century; "The Hyacinth BABYSITTING In mv home. $8 24.Anent 10.Tidings $1200 ... Located 2 miles south i 12 Insertions ............................................... 14c line
1 t Room" (Hoyan) attempt to per wk. Call 3741534.KIDDIE 25. Combat DOWN 5. Pitch 12. Nocturnal of Crystal, River. Fla. on U.S.. = Total charge computed by multiplying( total lines x rate earnad -
19 In Paradise Gardens Subdivi
I }1 is more delightful than love, especially redefine the traditional con- KORT 26._ Plaything 1.Tremble 6. Hebrew- mammal sion. Call C. Emory Cross, 374- Iii| x number of Insertions.

; in June. It is a murder cepts of comedy, tragedy and _Child Care Center 3724447Employment 27'.Legalpro- 2.Water: letter 15. Smear 4582.
WILL pay cash Immediately for
fession spirit 7.High railways 19.Name i Five letter words line
: mystery and murder mysteries tragicomedy; "What Is Poet lot or parcel of land outside city per

: J( are designed to hold your attention try?" (Wheelock) study of 22.thrust Fdisgrrrrr7)rTrrr nice limits.duplex but close house In,all on ready which on a & I Same as 2 lInes

the nature of poetry, a Notable Demure moving equipment can be move4 8 Pt. ordinary type
to the last Moreover t'//
/ page. this week. Or will sell you fee
Book of 1963 "An Introductionto 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED r Pallid
17 I 12 building furnished and ready togo
Sam 3 lines
4 as
has distinct flavor ofI 12 Pt.18Pt.
< it a at
; the Sonnets of Shakespeare"Wilson White bargain price on easy ordinary type
---4 terms. You can move in same or
I scholarship, enough to be pleasant (( ) the case for Pem- BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORSEarn /5 rent out by end of week by actIng Same as 4 lines
I up to $5 per hour demonstrating 14n Tine now. FR 43012.
but not enough to con- broke, a study opposing the recent famous Studio Girt - ordinary type
i /8 Cosmeti
Cosmetics. Full or Part Time. =
fuse or distract. Just the right work by Rowse. ._Phone_374-4334 after 4- --23. Blood yes.
\ 21 at Furnished home on lake $125.00 mo. DiSama .
\ I amount. WANTED Claims secretary. Must 24 s 5 lines
; be fast & accurate typist. aMuse Loretnary type
I FICTION dictaphone. Shorthand not essential. Prize Many fine homes evllable for oc;

All the necessary attributes Salary commensurate 24 ZS Western cupancy.
: ; witb ability S. experience. Reply
of a good murder story are present "The Spire" (Goldinghowhuman ) to box 433-A Gainesville Sun. / "i.z1 /. 20 1019 MARY MOELLER REALTOR I The Gainesville Sun wm not be responsible for more than one
= __W. Univ. FR 6-4471
; lives are affected by a /'/ r//' 'lh Crosses a incorrect Insertion nor will It be liable for any error In edver.tlsemeni .
There is office to a greater extent than
,a young woman the cost of the s aa ocaJo
I mature and experienced. Salaryopen. 31 32 33 34 Waterfront Property g pied by the Item In
I build the
superhuman effort to a Cathedral : advertisement. No adjustment will
of wit and charm. There is a Reply Box 429-A Gamesviiie 34.Fertilizer ii be made on .rrors That cIo not materially effect the valve of
spire "One Day in thea Sun. the .
detective, hawk-eyed keen and ; 3437- 35 .2' 35.Poison WINFRED H. CRAWFORDReg. advertisement.I
: :
"I I fond of books. There are local new twist; "The Grandfat- HAVE BUSINESSOF I 38.Damage Broker, specallzing In

Afternoon of the World" (Saroy- YOUR OWNSet 3b 39 4* 40.Necpro. LAKE PROPERTIESACRE- The Gainesville
: people to be enjoyed and laughed your own hours no Investment AGE. 3 miles No. of Mel rose, reserves the privilege of revising or nkctlng -
I an) the Saroyan theme withers" no high pressure people cipitately GR change any the advertisement which It deems cblectlonal and to
at. Mysterious strangerslurk wanted. Apply Hotel Thomas 41 42. 43 slang 52M1.ON classification! of iny advertisement from that It-
in the offing. There are (Richter) story of a Wed., June 10 at 7:30 p.m. :,; 42. THE GULF 3 dared tit conform to the policy of the paper.

and of young girl in a fatherless homein ELEMENTARY teacher to help 4+ 45 Type Cedar Key Shores
plenty measure
: =
some corpses = :
/ 0:
"The teach child to talk. In private / lBBnBmilllI 1III1IIIIImUIID
mountain community cr Other
blood. And there are overtonesof ; home or her home. Phone FR 2- Properties -.---

I good literature. Trail to Ogallala" (Capps) 8857. Par time 23 min. ** Newire.. w 4-fc David AndrewsCedar 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sale

account of cattle OPENING for resident nurse at
aday-by-day a Key 3841
Camp Crystal Lake four to eight -
Miss Langton has assembled drive from Texas to Nebraska weeks this summer. If Interested AIR CONDITIONED. gas hear, 4012 S.W. 19th St. Owner readyto CAROL ESTATES

.. all of these spare parts. Whether ; "Pilgrim Project" (Searls) contact Administration Dwight Bldg.Hunter Phone at School FR 2- 13-Help Male or Female 14-Salel Help Wanted completely house on Cawpen furnished Lake 2 22 bedroom miles 3 BR leave.2 bath Selling, sacrifice room plus price.ex Central wall to air wall& heating' fireplace ..

she has merged them into a of a to the moon 4391. East of Gainesville. Price 13.800. tras. Must sell now. Phone FR bookshelves, enclosed
b -story race ; EXPERIENCED automobile sales- Terms patio. lawn pump fence,
available. Phone FR 29026.
I the Katcher- SALESPERSON COUNTER help & cashier. Sundays man to start work clothe* lines :3 BR. 2 baths,
satisfying whole is to "Now Is the Time" ( immediately.Best -4454.
I up For ready to wear, age 23-45. experience and-or nights. Part-time pay plan In area. Free hospitalization EXCEPTIONAL BUY availablenow living room family rm. & dining
reader decide. would-be preferred but not required. only. S. & M What-A-Burger, BEAUTIFUL lot on the Suwannee room Matching stove &
to :story of a judge,va candidate Insurance & demo. 3 bedroom 2 bath, near refrigerator
This is full time. permanent -8525. plan. Plenty of action. Gateway River at Rock Bluff. Call 376- schools and University. Central disposal. Antenna. $1200
for governor, and a difficult position with all employee bene down on VA mtg. Ph. 373-3093.
Chevrolet Inc. Heat and Alr-Cond. Call ALA.
Starke FI
: The story is laid in Concord fits. Apply Wilson's DepartmentStore. GFFICE man or woman for gen- a.
courtroom decision; "An eral office work. Must have know- Phone f64-3900. 6160.LAKE CHUA REALTY ASSOCIATES. FOR SALE BY OWNER. 3 BR.
a New England town teeming ledge of posting journal and led HOUSE 376-2448. 2 bath masonry home hardwood
Honorable Estate" (Kauff-- OLAN MILLS female white 6 telephone ger. Submit resume and salary 16 Work Wanted Female COMPLETELY FURNISHED floors throughout. Dining rm..
culture -
with rich in ) $14.775 ON YOUR LOT. Open
history up '
i requirements to Box 14422 University Ig. kitchen fireplace, air condition
of of solicitors. 6 hrs. day.
mann) story a group per Spacious 2 BR home with large House Sundays. 1 to 6 p.m. Designed ,
of people who love to S days per week $1.25 per hr. Station Gainesville. living room fireplace, on nice lot In Colfvlew.
Jull WHITE LADY. will do garage & engineered by U. S.
ironing price $21,000. If Interested
by ,
together. a
people brought Apply Mrs. Myers Holiday Inn. covered ,
pier large shaded lot
books and let- MALE OR FEMALE in my home. 10 cents a piece. Ph. Steel Corp. Homes Division. 2100 .
into ancient phone 3747400.WESTWOOD
dig Room 121, Monday & Tuesday.No etc. $12,000 with _
New York wedding; "Knight'sHonor" Real FR 6-1524. easy terms. sq. ft. 3 BR, 2 bath air cond.
Estate Salesmen wanted.
ters and dredge up bits of gos- phone calls accepted. Will trade. Call anytime. brick veneer. 2 car garage. 1(01 LITTLEWOOD
(Gellis) historical fiction Start a new Career port WHITE lady will do Ironing In her ERNEST TEW. REALTYFR NW 36th Dr. Alachua Homes. Walking distance to schools. 1

sip a hundred years old. They Hereford his LADIESDo or full time. Become a horre. Good work. Reasonable 4-4461 2918 NW 13th St. Inc. Call Frank Thomas FR 44490. BR, 2 baths home In Skyline
Roger price. Phone FR 2-1883. Heights. Study hardwood floors,
are people of education, for member of Florida's Finest FOR RENT built-in ..
and his in the have need to IF want range oven. Cent.
marriage part rebellion you a earn mon- your Ironing done. Call
the Profession. Multi -Million 2 Bedroom house on Lake Wau- WESTMORELAND. low G. I. equity heat. Shaded back yard. Call
? Pleasant and profitable work FR 6-2911.
4 the most part worshipping ey ISIS SE 13th PI. Lln-
of 1149. near your own home. Avon offers Dollar Real I Estate Corp. _coin' Estates burg. Newly decorated, $125. all offers considered. :3 BR, 2 376-OM2.
their and Phone 466-3130. bath Ig. living room, Ig. kitchen
history of town upholding this opportunity. Call Avon has openings in this area t LITTLEWOOD AREA
u e
separate dining room. parq
its traditions with proper Manager!! FR 2-0421. for 10 salesmen. Only top 17 Work Wanted Male JUST over one acre heavily wood- floors central oil heat double 4 BR. 3 bath 2050 sq. ft. living

r Plot Stalin? quality salesmen need ed. Lake Ann. 20 miles from carport Ig corner lot. 807 NW area, central heat built-in kit.
I pageantry. When rivalry over on Maid to Work Tuesday thru Satur .For apply DO YOU NEED Male with Gainesville/ 80 front ft. on clear 40th Dr. 1 blk. from Westwood Jr. .High
interview call
these very bits of history appears day. Must be dependable good Broad Pract. & Educa. lake. $3500 with $1500 down and 2 blks.' from Uttlewood elem.
with children cleaning. Call FR 2. Ocala 629-7921 collect. financial management at $50 monthly or $3000 cash. Call 6 BEDROOMS school. Ideal for Ig. family, or
; in their midst, there is TOKYO (AP) Albanian 1706. YOUNG man or young couple 25 retail. whsle A mfg. levels. 376-3211 ext. 5548 FRED 4 baths. living rm.. fireplace. wall family and elderly persons.

and and the strongman Enver Hoxha has to 35 capable of handling considerable mngment repts. budgets acctg BRYANT. to wall carpeting formal dining Priced for Immed. sale. :344 !
I': jealousy anger LADY to age 35 for general accounting responsibility must not systems & controls. Salary reg- YOUR VACATION HOME? rm., all elect. kitchen. cent. heat _N.W. 13th Ave. 372.283.

( shedding of blood. charged that Soviet Premier office typing. adding be afraid of long hours or hard ment. Reasonable. Inquiries may Fum. house In Yankeetown 2 & air conditioning. 2 story on STUDENT sacrificing 2 bedroom
Khrushchev and his followersonce machine exp. necessary book* work. Must be ambitious and be tx; directed at Eox 434-A Gaines- blks. from River on paved street. landscaped acre. $34,800. Call own- CCS home. Partly furnished. Including
keeping background helpful. Ph. able to work for yourself with- villa Sun.YOUNG Only $3000 cash total price. S. er. 374-9914. appl. and washing mach.
An impression which one gathers the murder of Stalin McCoy Mfg. CoInc.. FR 6-7290 out E.
plotted supervision. Starts $100 per Sapp Realtor. Newberry Fla. 1* minutes from Univ., few
man high school Fla.
for appointment. graduate 3 BR IVj Bath dining rm.
in reading the story is that Radio Peking said Saturday. week build to better than J10,000 desires office or store workof FOR SALE. If you have put off rm.. back yard fenced. In Carol blocks to grade school. Ig. lot.
WANTED assistant for doctor'soffice. a year. Large Southern corp., $9.500. 4117 NW. Urn SI. FR 24635. -
j evolved any kind. Knowledge of library buying that lot on beautiful Estates near schools and churches
/ Miss Langton once a Must be able to not Insurance or sales, or anything work After 530.
type and typing. Call Santa Fe Lake. You have little' Call 3714776.EXCELLENT .
\} startling and provocative theory i Hoxha made the assertion at complete insurance forms and &like opportunity that but on the this best paper.future anytime 37J-7273. time left to secure waterfront BUY FOR SALE BY OWNER 4 BR year
file. Salary depends on exper- property (AT A REASONABLE around home SW
side Lake
about some of the great literary a banquet in the Albanian capital !- lenee. Phone FR 23695. See R.Inn G.Wed.McElroy A.M. June at the 10th Holiday 10 18 Schools & Institutions PRICE). G. P. Rlppey Melrose.. Central BR, 2 air bath conditioning built-in kitchen& heat famIly 3 Santa Fe $23,000.on If interested of

i figures who lived in and around of Tirana May 24, accordingto WANTED survey workers $1.25 A.M. on and all day Thursdayand Ph. 375-5571. rm., fenced back yard outside call 475-5475.
per hr. plus Incentive. 3 firs.per Friday June 11th & June city limits. Only 16250. Locatedat
; Concord. She found, to her disappointments Radio Peking. day. 5 days per week. Call 12th. Call for appt., no Interviewsover Real Estate Exam 35 Houses for Sole 3945 NW 36th St. Ph. FR 4-2969

,\ that her theory been Communist FR 2CS87rEXPERIENCED phone COURSE N.W. SECTION. 3 BR. 2 baths. MOTEL AUCTION
Albania SALESWOMEN ATTEND First lesson free. large carport and util., lots of
had discrepancies which rendered China's staunchest ally in the EXCELLENT opportunity for two 14-Sales Help WantedWE HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEoE: NO DOWN PAYMENT 3 Bfc.. J cupboard and counter space. Well
it of no value as a plum of live-wire young women who COLLEGE 218 W. Univ. Ave bath. Central heat central air landscaped. rear terrace excel-. Melody Lodge
struggle with the Soviet Union. know how to sell and enjoy FR. 6-3507. 372-3727. condo Northwest. 19000. call lent cond. 372-575.
research. But where it failed her sales work. These are permanent are an Orlando company readyto 376-2927. Waldo Florida
MEN & 18 to PAY RENT?
excel. expand throughout Florida. women 55 to train for WHY ,
positions good pay Sale
or trade. New 4 BR.
as a serious thesis, it was so lent future and fine working and we are looking for a mature CIVIL SERVICE home located In Westmoreland New homes $9400. 3 bedroom tile
man or couple to represent us In Examinations. For bath $65 per month. Located on Mon. June 15th
battleground conditions. 5Vi day week vacation Informationsend Estates. On city sewers paved at
much velvet as a S. E. 45th Terrace. Also come
Alachua Co. If you have had experience name address &
hospitalization. etc. See Mr. No. St 2 Ig. bath Rms, \Ig. family
trade-Ins. Call FR 2-2372.
of opinions for some of her lead- Sandefer Rutherfords Jewelers In selling & service and Key Training Service. 112 W. Rm. & living Rm., dining area. 2:00 P.M.
; 103 W. Unlv. Ave. can withstand our Investigationwe Adams St., Jacksonville. Central heat built-in kitchen In- 2 BR frame. freshly' painted In
ing characters. We find the will put you in business for & OUt. Back porch shade trees.
eluding GE dishwasher. 2 courtyards
WANTED beautician.
Negro Lodge
with Invest-
yourself absolutely no
oak floors. terms $200 dn. and
I and of several eminently Ave. Phone Secretarial Courses. Classes walk to schools close to
words at 507 SW 7th now
ways ment. Write P. O. Box 9712 Or- Located Univ.
U of F .. $55 monthly. near
FR 6-4784 after 6 P.M. lando Fla. forming. Howell's Business Col medical center FHA is one of Waldo's major
respectable personages __ lege. 211 W. $22,700. Down payment $1.700. Ave. bus at 1324 SE 2nd Ave.
Univ. Ave. FR *
,I See It and motels
EXECUTIVE secretary. Typing Immediate Immed. occupancy. --consisting of 12
BEST real estate sales 3507. occupancy. Drive by
sub- opportunity
dead these hundred years .. shorthand knowledge of bookkeeping 1027 NW 40th Drive. Call Butler phone 67170.UNUSUAL.
Gainesville. Draw- centrally heated and oir
desired. Ample starting in PIANOopenings available for Brothers
to the breath of scandal.In 372-9545 dally 374-9049
jected wage. No age limit. Unlimited ing account. Leads ?urn- summer Instruction. Adults or night. OPPORTUNITYWell conditioned units plus a
the end they are allowed tot career opportunities for woman ished. 3721551.BIG children. Mrs. Burko. 372-9896.
with quick mind.: Prefer permanent restaurant and large 3 bed
rest quietly in their graves, but resident. Send resume or MONEY IN YOUR OWN I INTERNATIONAlCORRESPONDENCE 3-ROOM FRAME house. screened established firm has opening
porch, reduced for quick for 1st class secretary en room home. It is on a lot
works of interview request to Box 435 C-O BJSINESS Build your big sale
1 from the $2,495. Phone permanent basis, salary .
quotations Gainesville Sun. paying house-to-house route business Cephls 'Goodman, 300' 400'
528-4384. Willlston. working conditions attractive. x facing onto
long-dead writers sparkthe steady Income for life
these WAITRESS. good "rmurs good pay. with finest SCHOOLS Apply in ewn handwriting giving
In Wonderhouse over 250 quality 3 BR house wall to wall carpet the new 4" I lane U. S. 301
book. Apply person
of the qualifications. Applications
pages Restaurant. 14 S.W. 1st St. Behind Beautiful packages fast sellers. 236 courses Including high school screened porch central heat and confidential. Write c/e Gainesville which is now being com
Sears. business technical and engi air conditioning $15,700, low down
The story is entertaining, def CLASSIFIEDDial advance Distributor.Start others Write selling your neering. For complete Information payment. Ph. 372-5514. Sun. 417A. pleted. This is a moneymaker

12 Male Help Wanted call 3764067.U. i: BR. full tile bath ----
has hardwood -
initely amusing, and it plans experience.. Old 97 Com- and should have a
pany. Dept. N. Tampa. Fla. 33605. floors very low down and low
many odd and erratic personalities LIFE GUARD with Senior certift- S. CIVIL SERVICE TESTS! monthly payments. located In S- FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY high potential for the
WANTED AT NCE Man or woman
cater work for summer. Phone E. section. Ph. 3744)203) anytime.BY .
some of whom are concerned FR 4-3012 to supply families with Raw future because .of the"new" I
Men-women 18-52. Start high as OWNER Choice N.W. location.
leigh Products In W. Alachua Co.
in the plot and some just MAINTENANCE MAN. experienced.To or part Gainesville. Many Deal- $102.00 a week. Preparatory trainIng Skyline Heights clew to Little- For top quality workmanship U. S. 301 high J

for free. In either live on premises. Phone FR ers earn 150 weekly part time- until appointed. Thousands of wood and Westwood "300 Club" call way. Send for colored
thrown 6-3012. $100 and up full time. Write Raw- lobs open. Experience usually un membership available. 3 large bedrooms

case they keep your interest YOUNG man wanted who Is Interested leign Dept. FA E 320 1. Memphis necessary. FREE information on 2 full baths living room 372-6142 picture and brochure.
lobs salaries
requirements. Write
Fla. breakfast
Tenn. room room GAINESVILLE
alive. You may even find that in learning the home TODAY giving name. address and room and tile kitchen. Landscapedand John K. Davis Owner
building trade. Some drafting UPHOLSTERY ,
Phone. Lincoln I
Service Box 377M fenced wlK 2000
the book has brought you new experience necessary. Call FR SALESMENOR C-O Gainesville Sun. sq. ft. living yard area plus< over 2-car ga- ISM N.W. IJth St. I
his- 4-7290 for appt. Free Estimates-nek up 1114Id.llv.ry Waldo FI,.
interest in some very old WOMENNew rage. Price $21,900 with flood ,
PARTS MAN. Permanent employ terms. Call Ronnie Hayward
tory and some very eminent ment. Reply In own handwriting factory distributors expansion 28 Livestock & Supplies 374-4134, 912 N.W. 34th Drive.
giving age. experience < refer creates lobs for ambitious young _
American writers. ences. P. O. Box 503 Gainesville. men or women. Age 20-40. No loo HEAD of beef Iype calves av.
station attend- experience necessary. No lay efts. wt. 300 Ibs. Will sell In lots of 10 IN THE
Wanted one service
advancement with top earn-
Rapid up for .22 to JS cents per Ib. FR
ant. Must be local area married ings. Start Immediately. Call FR 6-4444 or FRS497..
21-35 with at least 10th grade education 4-7119 A.M. thru ':45 A.M. _
with Service Station or Monday only. Mr. Haney.SPECIAL. WANT TO properly condition cows
4 New titles available at the library mechanical ability. 931 W. Unrv. before freshlng? Then try cooperative .
Ave. Mills 13 per cent fitting
tomorrow are: GM trained MECHANICS wanted.To feed. Ideal for bulls & herefords
start work immediately. must too. On special during June.
tools. of work. FMX Gainesville or Alachua.
have own Plenty
376-4672 Insurance _Phone FR 2-1095 or 441-11 M.
GENERAL INTEREST Free hospitalizatlon 2 Days Only
salary guaranteed equipped with
1 "T h e Wasted Americans"May most modern service facilities 30 PETS & SUPPLIES

of millionsof in area. Gateway Chevrolet Inc. 1957 FORD SUNBOATS
1 ( ) -study why Starke. Fla. Phone 964-3900.
V-8. Fleet side. 4-speed ENGLISH shepherd Good
Americans are living on relief WANTED new & used car salesmen transmission. Overload I for watch stock, and pets. FR
differ!" (Mills (2). Salary & commission. 2-0033. I
"Mind If I
; Apply at Melton Motors 703 N. springs 2 new 6 ply mud

and Hasley) a Catholic-Uni Main St.MANAGER. grip tires. Heavy duty GERMAN, shepherd pups AKC, IIIshots & MOTORS
to Shown
ready go. weekdays OUTDOOR RECREATIONWHO
tarian correspondence; "Mer trainees needed age trailer hitch. Also heavy after 7 P oM.. all day Sat.

21-50. steady employment fringebenefits. duty Tandem trailer, 6 x and Sun. Vi. 3501 NW lith Ter. WOULD LIKE THE 76th 24" GRILLS
J Make History" (Samha- Jackson's Minit
chants Apply
1234 N.W. 16m Ave. 12. Good body. Good AMERICAN Shepherds, 1 male. 2female HUNTER Fiberglass FIshlog IT Plywood fishing boats. HOOD-SPiT AND MOTOR
ber) -how trade has influenced Market combination buy. well marked. Reg. S40, Boat introduced by FRANK $49 JO S1099
the course of history; mation. Construction. other work $795 TERMS OR CENTRAL I THE TACKLE BOX 725 N. Maim 272-3537
TOY-min. AKC Silver Po
i ple and Policy in the Middle I prelects.lobs with Good extras paying, travel over expense seas I Ifl. 1954 CHEVY dies. Champ blood reg.line $100. Jack-* CHARGE I The Heart Of East Gainesville"

East" (Thornburg) study of Write only: Foreign Service 2-ton. 2-speed axe!. Motor sonvllle RA 4-0420. FRANK PHILPOTT'S Check with Charlie
in Bureau Dept. 501 Bradenton GERMAN She herds. Registered tweeks. SPORT CENTER FR 2-17T1. List of Classifications to choose
social and political change ,Announcements Beach. Florida. recently overhauled. Wormed S4i Phone Ft. Home of HUNTER Fiberglass I from

'V the Middle East; "Voices DISHWASHER. apply In person $495 White. HY 7-1437. Fishing Boats.

the Iron Curtain" (Mi- 3 LOST FOUND Wonderhouse Restaurant 14 S.W. AleC Chihuahua puppies. I male 1 McCULLOCH Motors. MURRAY I ALACHUA COUNTY'S
Through behind Sears. 1955 FORD female SOS. Also male Skflng Swimming-Diving.
1st St. I and 1 female Trailers and JACKSON Sailing ONLY DEALER

chie) -an account of Radio LOSlc Key ring with cnange purse STEADY work for experienced roof- Flat bed. Collie puppy.' Female SIS, Canoes. JOHNSON
V8. l
attached. Engagement ring InPUI"5e. Male S30. FR 2-2120. FR t-3324. .
broadcasts "A en. Apply 2314 NE 19th Dr. or I SEA HORSE MOTORS
Free Europe ; Sentimental reasons. Please $495 'Where Quality Sells Itself
call 37 15.CAPABLE MINIATURE Silver French SALES AND SERVICE Safety Items.
call 464-3130. Reward.
L Southern Prophecy" (Blair) man to run residential 1960 FORD Poodles Best of pets. weeks. 20 NW. 14th Ave. Lone Star Boats. Orlando Clipper

a reissue of a 1889 argument for 4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE home building program. Must and Fleet- 410 Ready N.W.for 4Mh new Terr.home.Phone See J7 at- FR 15011 or FR 4-693 Boats. Ski supplies. Sailing rigs.BAIRD'S Golfing Equipment.
know construction tttroughly 6 cylinder /2 ton mn. I MARINE
integration on economic be able to coordinate lobs. Salary $side A-l shape. Men. Thru Frt 5-4 pjn. Sat. 9-4 601 S. MAIN ST. Tennis Equipment.
LEARN TO DRIVEl SpMiM attention -
grounds. to nervous or elderly. plus P.O.extras.Box 14527 Please, University send resumeto Sta- $895 SIAMESE choco and kittens blue,pt.mZ Champ.lilac Iliac Other_ _Times_ _by_Appointment_ _ _ _ Baseball Equipment ;

Easy Way Driving Sth ol. FR Gainesville. and blue and cnoc.
1-7002 Lie by State of Fla. tton. 1961 CHEVY reg. SWIMMING POOLS Where to ,""-.
Motor Grader operator top limerock males. at stud. Ph. wmtston XU444 Sun Want Ads
45 SPECIAL NOTICC flnislIn.. We pay top 'A ton pick up
wages. Phone 37J-7T34. Mr. Etred KITTEN. Free. Pure white andsmokeygrey. BE CAREFREE Plus many many more.

I View of Life" (Simpson $1095 Phone 377-5044. Seat

view DUE to divorce nave a like new 13-Help, Male or Female Several good late model 1024 N.W. 34th St. Cftjoy a dean and healthy pool.
1 ) an evolutionist's 1944 model ZIg Zag. Automatic to choose from. FOR SALE Miniature Bronze Get Results Master Pool Service Inc.SuysUn ADVERTISE IX THE
of life "Gara-Yaka" (Varaday) sewing machme, that does everything PLACEMENT SERVICE; cars poodle. ,Male, months old. t Monthly cleaning
; we would like someone Office. Professional Open Sunday 3 to 5 ,.... Grandson of '43 Grand Cham service. DXRECTOBYMR.

-story of a naturalist's friendship to take up payments of $6.00 Technical Raulerson pion.. May be seen at Martins I Fir 95343OC60 2-3171 COYlCE
per mo. Small balance. Ph. 372- College GraduatesFor Animal Hos itI1. AM permanentshots.
cheetah "The Sing
with a ; 2051. appt. call 372-4377 .
1-Uoa A.M. *4.00 PJ*., Motors
ing Forest" (Batten) story I have new 1944 model automatic Monday through Friday PUREBRED AKC Beagle Pupp**.

of a red deer in the Scottish Zlg attachments\ Zag sewing needed do the No PERSONNEL 102 NW 2nd CENTER Avenue 1611 HAWTHORNEROAD We, Rt1 board dogs.Box 7S James'KeystoneHeights. Kennel MERCHANT: To place your ad in the

"The Science of Sci following decorative Iitthti.bmgc.i. .
Highlands; 372-5285 An49SLSMALl.
appitques. mono-" TEACHERS Register now for tail section PHONE 372-8441
Fun in the Sun
ence" (Fox) an examination rams.. Mind hem Etc. $5.15per openings no tee unless placed. Home of A-l Used Cars miniature black poodles. 1 -
me. 54JO total price. (U Ask Southern Teachers Age ncy CARS TRUCKS JEEPS male 2 females. Phone 374-
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35 Houses for Sal. 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for :Sale I 42 Forms & Acreage 44 Cottages for Rent 1'

FINLEY AREA 4 BR. 2 both CCB 3 BR 2 bath Fla. Rm.. dining -
CENTRAL AIR CONDITIOING home Ig. wooded lot. spaciousFla. room dbl. carport. extras. SliO HIGHLANDS. 2 Story 3 BR., 2bath COMER'S Lake View Beach on
FENCED REAR YARDA mx fireplace disposal. FM- 902 down. 4012 SW Wh St. FR 24024. residence. Brick over hollow Fordyce Acreage Big Lake Santa Fe now open
TV rotator. Phone 374-0436.' tile. Cent. heat. Priced under Swim and picnic. Furnished cot
THE TIME complete home Wall-to-wall
: PRICED TO SELL 25000. See at 530 N. E. tages the week. For reser
carpets- draperies- central air 1 BR, bath am. CB house. util. 7th Ave. 40 acre tract beautifully' wooded by
to Cor. Blvd. Ph. FR 2-8245. southwest of town only $145.00 an vatton call 448-1129 Eartton. I
conditioning, fenced rear yard- rnx bath gas htrs gas 3 BR. 1 bath CCB. carport and
Quality Chambers gas oven. range tools, etc. End. pump, utility room. Established lawn acre.
range. and hood. Vanltled laundry ,3., fro nta g e. Homestead shrubs and shade trees. Lot llOx- A beautiful ranch, with magnificent 45 Furnished Apts
sink In connecting utility room. Exemption. FHA commitment. 114, close to schools. S500 down MaryMoeller pastures. water tobacco and peanut

Do You Have A Room ApartmentOr Large living room separate din- SVfe mile from Gainesville. FR $87 total monthly. payment. Appraised allotments and timber at
Ing room. Three large bed 2-1541. at $1X475. reduced to $12,- $145.00 an acre, I real buy on NICELY furnished convenient

rooms. Hugh Edwards, Inc. 4( ::- : -<- 300 to sell. 3532 N.W. 7th Ave. today's market. downtown area. $75. Also garage
374-7971. McKINNEY FR 2-47S. Investment acreage close to MedI-
House Rent?
to apt. air conditioned. $90. Adults
cal Center In southwest. 20 acre
SWIM FREE GREEN parcel approximately. 440 x 1320 only Music, no Store.pets. Inquire Ulllan

NE Lovely' 4 B R. 2 baths. spacious FORDYCE Realtor for $5,500.1Beautiful I

roo.T .. Large scr. porch DEATONREALTORS rolling hilts over 100 '
NICECLEANx45 1 bedroom
REMEMBER rental COSTS Air cond. V.A. loan. $102 month. acres perfect for horses and
vacancy TRAILER. Lot 16<. Archer Road
Equity terms. 3721854. : cattle $37500 an
Dignity & Villas Phone FR 4-2M9 after
Beauty Also other listings available from
YOU MORE than the ad that will rentit 3 BEDROOM. central 2 bath heat. built reasonable in kitchen Holly Forrest : C. Brick 2 4 bath N.W. with large S75 00 an acre on up. 4.ONE

Attractive 3 B.R. 2 Bath Ocala L.R.. separate D.R. family "".. bedroom cozy apartment
down payment. take up pay. Block Home situated on large .: L+ Ig. kitchen with dining area Lg FORDYCE ASSOC. INC. walking distance to town, private
ments. FR 4-1105 1370 S. E. 24th corner lot Sunken living 5. car port this home Is situated on REALTOR entrance. E. Univ. Ave. Call FR I.
PI. room Yes. this home really Is. A beau- .
with fireplace beautiful lot. 22nd St. area shown 23514.REAL
Florida Room 924 W. Univ. 376.1236ACREAGE
tifully landscaped lot In the J. J.
by Call
appt. Moeller.
HIBISCUS PARK. J. J. Carport Central heat Area Mary
Finley Finley Wall to wall carpeting NICE 2 BR turn. duplex
School area. 3 BR spacious house. and air conditioning Modern fireplace and fully equipped apt. 503 NW 14th Ave. No pets
Here's what your Vacancy COSTS YOU attic fan lots of storage quiet kitchen with refrigerator De built-in stainless steel kitchen. Price Reduce l or small children. $100 per mo. 1
signed for '
neighborhood FR 20992. luxurious living. Open Only S3Z500. SZSOO down and $200 Appr U Acres near new Country Ph. 374-2823.
house Sun. 2 I II 3 Br. Lg family Rm study Lo.
to i 4119 S.W : I month. Call Club. suitable for -
EVERY DAY until it is rented : IN NEWBERRY 3 BR. Fla. Rm, I Sth Avenue. : INC. 3761234.DELIGHTFUL patio C.B. on beautiful shaded lot. or fine homes LARGE one bedroom apartment
to see this lovely home drive
1 bath. kitchen living .
rm. din
_. S58 per month includes gas and
ing rm. Block home with T/i AnglewoodBeautiful I 840 Moeller.NW. 20th St. It call Mary 12 Acres W. of Gainesville. on water. 303 NW 1st St. Phone

acres of land within city limits. pavement $480000 FR 6-2012 or 4-7548.
: : Price 11 ,000. Phone 4722459. 3 B.R. 2 bath home 2 bedroom home In the N.E. sec
surrounded by spacious park like tion. This lovely home Is equipped BeautyAbounds MARY MOELLER. REALTOR STOP LOOKINGI! Sub-let June 1$.

$40 per mo. . $1.33 per day OPEN HOUSE grounds equipped with under with central heat paved drive In this Lg C.B. 3 BR. 1baths 1019 W. UnlV. FR 4-4471 Aug. ISo 2 BR completely furn.
ground sprinkler system This and air conditioning. Only. $13. air condo apt. T.V. antenna loci.
home has home near St. Patricks Parochial 80 ACRE FARM, 12 miles from 2 blks. from Married
P.M. many attractive extras 000 $250 down and $89.50 a month. campus.
$50 per mo . $1.66 per day EXCLUSIVE NORTHWEST and must be seen to be appre Call FORDYCE a ASSOCIATES Metcalf I Howard Bishop city. '/4 mile hlway. frontage. couple preferred. $89 per mo.
SPACIOUS 2090 Square Feet ciated. Let us show It to you. INC., 374-1234. schools all rms Lg & spacious.For good vegetable land. planted pasture 372-4753.

$55 per mo. . $1.83 per day CONDITIONED WOODED 93 X 164 Lot Open S.W. 41st house Street.Sunday 2 to 5-411 screened extra porch.comfort an abundance a very of Ig well.. farm small equipment frame house.Included.deep 3"rooms & bath close-in adults.

3 UNUSUALLYdesigned storage room. Call Mary Moeller. $250 per acre with terms. Con- no pets. Water furn. $55 per ma.FR
Bedrooms, 2 baths
paneled 2-4621 or 3721633.CLEAN
$60 per mo. . $2.00 per day Den Living Room Dining Room. ASSOCIATES patio really I sets this 3 tact ALACHUA REALTY AS-
electric built-in Kitchen large J. Fred Guy Jayne Butterworth bedroom home apart. Wall to wall I Contemporary SOCIATES. 374-2448. 4 room apartment. ClCM

$65 $2.16 Family room. Hardwood floors. Col. J. w. Davis H. J. Wiltshire carpets kitchen equipped. In a 3 BR 2 bath family rm with fire BEAUTIFUL rolling 2 to S acre to shopping. 409 N.E. 4th St.
per mo . per day FR 21053. Multiple FR 2-3617 beautiful neighborhood. N.W. sec- place dbl garage excellent nlgh- estates. Choice of wooded or Phone FR 21391. $45 per month.

1911 NW. llth Road Listing tion. Only $13.500 $1,000 down borhood shaded yard. $120000 permanent pasture. 7 mites west NICELY furnished 2 BR duplex apt.
$70 per mo. . $2.33 per day 1 i BR, CCB city water sfladyi lot ; end $9540 a month. Call FOR. equity, take up payments $12500 of Gainesville. $400 per acre- for rent. No pets. 704 SE 4th Ave.
CAROL ESTATES EAST. $18,200 50 x 140- paved street located dwLAWkt& DYCE a ASSOCIATES. 'INC, 374- mo. S.W. section. See Mary Moel- be the first to make your choice
FHA 3 BR 2 bath Fla. room. near bus line and Stephen Foster tI 1234. Call or see United Farm FURNISHED apartment for rent
$75 per mo. . $2.50 per central air cond. and heat built School' at 1114 NW 39th Ave. Down Agency 3722954. for two. male only ir-condi-
I In kitchen swim club member payment $100 & $45 monthly., |n> So g'aceful Button on this lovely tionlng central heating u 111.
med. capelet when breezes whip uP. or QUIET See This Lovely FOR SALE BY OWNER small acreage furnished. Phone 2-8433 or 6-4173.
$80 per mo. . $2.66 pe ship walk to schools. 2111 NE occupancy. See it phone
for neighborhood for this with hard road
evenings 3 bedroom frontage
16th Ter. Ph. 3744379.LITTLEWOODWESTWOOD. FR near
Jumbo brick 3 br, breezeway LR 2 BR upstairs furnished apt. large
Jiffy knit elegance Use big home. Spacious living In the S.E. Hampton. Phone 448-1487. W. H.
$85 per mo. . $2.83 per day AREA 67170.JWK needles. 2 strands mohair or knit- area for only $12,250. Call FOR. dining rm. quiet St. Realistically Maxwell Hampton. Fla. rooms. screened porch c'ean.!
priced. Drive
past this fine freshly painted sprayed monthlyfor
3 BR. 2 bath Fla. Rm. large Storage ting worsted. Just alternate knit DYCE & ASSOCIATES. INC.. 376- prop.erty
room. screened porch carport 1236I 1114 NW. 13 Ave. & call 60 ACRES woodland with stream pests. Water furnished. $58
purl stitches. Pattern 902 directions
$90 per mo. . $3.00 per day established yard. shrubs all sizes. I Mary Moelier.Retirement. from running thru It. One half mile per mo. Phone FR 4-5883.
shade trees. $500 down. 527 NW I paved road. Good hunting
or aged couplepreferred
$95 per mo. . $3.16 per day 34th Ter. Ph. FR 25043. 372-8.404 Thirty-five cents In coins for this I TREES and Tom fishing U. Greene.$4500 Cash.Realtor. but no children or
pattern add 15 cents for each and shrubbery surround this Colonial -
WEST PARK 3 Br 1 bath frame. Ig lot quietSt. Contact D. U Rogers Associate pest Upstairs apt. now.
2030 NW. 55th St. BEAUTIFUL traditional residence. pattern for 1st-class mailing and home overlooking a picturesque paved. $320000.Investors Chlefland Fla. Call 4-4512.
$100 per mo. . $3.33 per day By owner. low down payment. 3 Space design, quality and custom special handling. Send to Laura pond. This house has wall .
bedrooms payments less than details throughout. Lovely I Wheeler. Gainesville Sun. Needlecraft to wall carpeting fireplace. and $145 Per A. Columbia County CLEAN. 2 BR upstaIrs apartment
rent. Phone FR 2-0258. lot. More expensive than large the Dept.. P.O. Box 141, Old Chelsea has been completely redecorated. Building 942 Acres. 450 acres In pasture. 3.75 near Campus $90 per mo.

average price range but I Station, New EYrfNTIMBN. Within walking distance of University Tobacco allotment. Tenant house. Phone 23329.

CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR BUY OF A will agree this house is more you Print plainly of Florida. As little as $1,. SiteNear Vi mile River Frontage Terms. 1 St 2 BR turn. apts. near Univ.
than worth It. NAME. ADDRESS and ZONE. 500 down can handle this lovely Country Club 162 ft Tom U. Greene Newberry Road 914 SW 7th Ave. Phone FR 4-2444.
LIFETIMEDistinctive the
most in contemporary woods with the BARGAINI Big. new 1944 Heedl INC.. 376-1236. I appr. 45 acres. Near U.F. 1BR. 1 bath kitchen t. living
2500 sq. ft. suburban overlooks styling craft Catalog over 200 designs Campus with Income establishedwill room garage apt. $45 per mo.
SUN RENTAL WANT ADS home priced below replacementcost. handsome a fireplace creek.' five bedrooms only 25 cents A must If you knit. lease or sell call Mary 43 Colored Property water furn. Gas heating. Phone

4 BR 2 bath, sunken livingrm. kitchen. Not quite mod. rn crochet. quilt sew. embroider. Send FORDYCEAssociates Moeller. FR 6-7103. Colored Section; JM
.. wall to wall carpeting. Ig. and completed 25 cents. NE 16th Ter.
a steal at
$11,500.00. HOMES FOR SALE
kitchen with built-Ins. suspended MARY MOELLER
china closet etc. Set among Substantial_ cash payment required SPECIAL VALUE 14 COMPLETE Inc. 2 & 3 Bedrooms SE 14th St. t 4? air conditioned trailer water
beautiful trees 1V4 frontIng Real Estate SE 7th Ave. Some no down pay. & garbage furnished. Student
on acres FOR $$15,250 FHA QUILT PATTERNS In deluxe Exchangers REALTOR
you ment. Some small down couples only. Near Univ. 175.
Mlllhopper Rd. Monthly pay new Quilt Books. For beginners Multiple Listing Realtors payment.
can buy a four bedroom
two bath 1019 .
35 Houses For Sale I 35 Houses for Sol. ments of $117. Phone 3722345 house in the Littlewood/ area. Spacious experts. Send 50 cents now! Grace S. Fordyce Broker W.Member University Multiple Llstinq FR 6-4471 $45. .Also Monthly homes payment built on$57 your to Ph. 372.5112.DESIRABLE
for appt. to see. Dudley Goulden Associate well located 2 BR
living room and separate MARY MOELLER. BROKER lot for no down payment.Call .
dining room, parquet. Appoint Harvey Benton Associate TOMMY RIDGELL duplex apt. with utility appliances
FOR SALE BY OWNER 4 BR. 2 EXCLUSIVENORTHWEST OPEN HOUSE ment only. 35 Houses for Sal. 926 W. Univ. 376-1286. E. W. Moeller ASSOCIATES Foster Kessler. Builder Phone FR 2-4125 furnished. Avail. June 12th. Rental
bath. Ig. Fla. rm.. utility area 3 Bedroom. 2 bath Florida room SEVERAL lovely lake homes for Dick Durbln $85 monthly. yearly basis. No
COLORED ultra modern 2 BR duplex children. or students. 815
separate living rm. dining rm. only $450 down. Assume loan at sale. These are year round resIdences pets
kitchen wall to wall carpeting In $94 month. within FRED apartments large living and NW 13th St. Phone FR 4-5323
per By owner. 1937 easy commuting
living rm., glass sliding door SPACIOUS 2090 Square Feet N.E. 7th Terr. distance. NORTHWESTClose 37 Real Estate ExchangedTRADE. dining area modern kitchen with or FR 4-4833.

leading to 16' x 24' patio fencedIn WOODED 93 X 164 Lot to school and shopping. 3 bedrooms fan large storage closets terraz. furnished apt.. water furnished.
back yard. 1325 NE 12th Ter. CENTRAL AIR-CONDITIONING 3 Spacious 3 bedroom home. 2 baths J. W.KIRKPATRICK. 2 bath home with famIly ARNOLD Will trade waterfront zo floors. tile baths space heater IOR. 4141 NW 12th Ter. $40 per
$19.500. Bedrooms. 2 Baths Paneled Den built In stove. garage screened room. This Is a very nice property on Beautiful Sante Fe and hot water heater. facilIties mo. Call 374-2441 or 374-2930 ask
Living Room Dining Room. Electric porch patio. Down $490. Monthly home for the growing family with Lake. Price $1250 to SSOOO. Must for washing machines and
SEE NOW $109. FR 4-1195 2016 N.E. 17th paved streets. See at N.E. 24th tor Mr. Haynes.
Built In Kitchen Large Realtor only $1,500 down payment. travel need extra car. G. P.
Malore Gardens Family Room. Hardwood Floors. Terrace. Carol Estates. 31 N. Main St. Phone FR 2-404 REALTORSWIMMING Rlppey Melrose Fla. Ph. 475S571 Ter. or call for appointment 372- 1 BEDROOM completely furnished -
3 ml. S. of Univ. on 441 FR 2-1053. LAKE HOME Member Multiple Listing REASONABLE 5321 or 372-5322. upstairs or downstairs. near
2-1145 2-4425 2.4537 1918 N.W. 11th Road ASSOCIATES: shopping center. See at 612 N.W.
Three acres 100 feet fronting on
Floye Mathiasen Irene Bunnell DOWN PAYMENT- 38 Real Estate Wanted 44 for Rent 10th Ave. or phone 4-3549. $75
Little Santa
4 BEDROOMS BATHS Fe Lake cleared Cottages
LIKE NEW-3 Br.. 2 bath Ig. Fla. fenced
A. W. Reece. Capt., USN. Ret. 3 br. rm. Large yardIn POOL per mo.
Fla. Room Fireplace Central I.r., with fireplace. D.R.. built high and dry. lots of shade. good beautiful Idylwild.' Priced at
heat -you name It-this lovely In kitchen. enclosed 2 road Modern home fully furnished Three bedroom. two bath house with TEACHER wants to buy 3 or 4 2 BR furnished apart. with porch.
modern masonry home has itl! central air-cond.patio and car dock and garage. $15,000. $4.. SAVE $14,000. enormous living, room and most bedroom country home with HOUSE on Little Lake Santa Fe. Near University. See at 411 N.W.
carport .
N.W. of course. Big fenced corner heating. Near schools. Priced to 000 cash balance $iOO plus int. attractive kitchen. Drapes and acreage or home In nice older Private beach. dock. boat. $40 15th St. or call 2-4447. 155 per
lot; double garage plus car. sell. 3505 N.W. 13th Ave. Tel. per month. Shown by appt. E. W. DAN BYRD wall to wall carpets included. section of town. Send details to weekly. Call FR 4-4943. mo.
port. Inspect this amazing buy at 2-4795. Hayes. Starke Fla. Phone ',,,1 1 BUY FROM Wonderful outside entertainmentarea bow 424-M Gainesville Sun. FURNISHED 1 BR cottage, all
$17.50000. Attractive terms. or 533-2387. 526,500.00. EAST SIDE
ASSOCIATES. INC electric, tile shower. good ventilation
ARCH CAMPBELL. REALTOR FOR SALE beautiful rural home 3 BR 2 Bath. CCB home central I BUILDER Jack DeYot Realtor 42 Farms & Acreage located on Santa Fe
a Ph. 374-5707 ANYTIME with up to 4 acres pecan groves. heating Fla. Rm.. Located near Associates NEW HOME Lake. Phone FR 25458 or FR 2. GARDENAPARTMENTS

" BEST VALUE In 3 BR htm*. $40 Overlooking Santa F. Lake with Littlewood. Terms to suit buyer. Walter Stoddard E. E. Holloway Only a few months old end In per 8149.
monthly payments. buy our access to boat basin and beach. Owners moving out of state. Call 3 bedroom IV* bath. Pay only Christine Stone fect condition. Three bedrooms ACREAGE 1 BEDROOM NO
two baths. TRAILER.
equity reasonably. no taxes own- Must travel. doctors orders. Bar. 372-3793. 621 N.W. 35th St. $80 per month Including taxes S25 NW. 13th Street 3722511 porch. marvelous
month uGainesville's
closets. Paved street. Closeto 80 Acres near Gainesville per
er leaving city. Call 372-0044. gain at $20,000. G. P. Rippey. and Insurance. Wooded lot on Call night or day good PETS FR 25633.ONE .
Melrose Fla. Ph. 475-5571. NO DOWN PAYMENT required. 3 safe dead-end street. schools. $1,300 down and $119 land Finest
BY OWNER. Mason Manor. 3 BR. BR, 1 bath CCB home. Built Perfect' for per month Including taxes and In- bedroom furn. cottage twin
2 bath. cent. neat built-in kit. 3 BR. Fla. Rm. Carol Estates, 1941. Screened porch, fenced yard. young down growing family. NO money CALL US lurance. 95 Acres Colonial home 2 lakeson beds water furnished no pets Furnished or unfurnished
huge screen porch paved dead- near schools. Pay low equity I Lovely trees. Paved street. Payments $450 to qualified Vets. Only prop, borders on another. with 3037 SW. Archer Rd. FR 2-5633. Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart-
end street. shaded lot. reasonably & assume VA loan with $77.94 $75 per month. 1611 NW55th no. 47. FHA. Ask to see lot TO SEE THESE FINE LISTINGS AIR CONDITIONEDBeautiful in 25 ml Gainesville. $30,000 good LONGBOAT KEY ment. 309 NE fits St. Phone 3749408. -

priced. Phone FR 22371. mo. payments. Ph. 374-0539. Ter. 376-5770. large 3 bedroom. 2 bath terms. Call\ NEAR Bradenon New air conditioned _______

Advanced Design 3-2. One of Gaines. $474 DOWN-3 bedroom masonry home with central air conditioningand beach cottage. Available 2 Bedroom furnished garage apart- J
vllle's most advanced home de home with built-in oven and heating. Spacious kitchen MARY MOELLER REALTOR weekly or monthly. For Information ment. Located 213 N.W. 2nd Ave- I
signs. Eye level built-in oven range 1 year old ONLY $75.00 .panelled family room with fireplace 1019 W. University FR 6-4471 call FR 24851. nue. Can be seen after i p.m.
per month. huge screened porch. All FR 4-3593. |
SERVICESHome and range In kitchen. Breakfast 15 ACRES ON Archer Road. Includes LAKE HOME for rent completelyfurn
sliding doors thermo-
bar. walk In closets. Terrazzo glass are 2 CCB 2nd floor. utilities fur
buildings and 200' on beautiful Swan Lake. 3 rooms.
floors. Large rear lot with fenceon $500.00 DOWN Large 2 bedroomtwo pane. Large. nicely landscaped 4" well with water $55. Located .
system. Phone boathouse Ig shady lot; $80 plus nished. Couple ,
back story frame home near Kirby lot. $32,00000.FINLEY :rnlt
line. Save nearly $1,000 FR 2-2649 after 5 or weekends. Vtil.. FR 24313. at 727 E Ave.
on this one. $15.150. $500 down Smith School. ONLY $60.00 per -
FHA $94 month Includes all.\ month. .. AREA
Ask for lot no. 2. 3 bedroom 2 bath centrally air-
And Business WE HAVE several 3 bedroom 2 conditioned home on extra large
Model Home Sacrifice 4-2 bath homes with central heat air sloping lot. Cork floors. Nice de See Them All ThenCOMPARE

Huge corner lot with hundreds of conditioning and Florida room sign. 2200000. I
dollars In additional landscaping. In the Littlewood School area the
Gainesville High School area and
Bulldozing I Plumbing Take sidewalk schools. to Save public big or money parochial Idylwild. ARNOLDREALTY '

on this one. Lot 24.
S SMALL bulldozer loader dump SEWER INSTALLEDNEW no. 4 BEDROOM. 3 bath home complete i'I l
trucks. fill dirt lime rock. TopsoiL with swimming pool and COMPANY
& used fixtures.
Phone 377.7544.BULLDOZERS i complete HUGH EDWARDS central heat. Multiple Listing Member
plumbing service "BIG" JIM 1219 W. Univ. Ave. 3723522
Dragline Back HUGULEY. Gainesville Plum INC. INCOME PROPERTY 3 bedroom Associates: Pete Sieg
hoe, wheel tractors. motor Ing. FR 2-15BV. (you need
LOT SIZES enough
home with 2 bedroom apartment Jane Caldwell F. W. Hodge
grader. Free estimates. W. G. 2837 N.E. 15th Street for )
completely furnished. ALSO 3 Jim Sheppard Charlie Mayo room privacy
(BuctO Johnson FR 4-<719
UpholsteryUPHOLSTER unit apartment house completely Bob Kalkman Jimmy Greene

Concrete your furniture' at WESTWOODIt's furnished. ONLY $10,000. / SQUARE FOOTAGE ( PER DOLLAR)

reasonable prices. Call Sally. 3 bed- PARRISHPRESENTS
$1000 DOWN Spacious
CONCRETE finishing. Walks. Experienced. FR 6tISLRemodeling room. 2 bath masonry home In (ours ore published on our price list)
drives patios. slabs and shuffleboard I Brand New Westwood. Large corner lot.
etc- expertly done. Estimates SERVICE askanyH.C.M.)
-3 BR's 2 Tile Baths
Call 372enytl" -Central Alrconditioned Home Owner)

Landscaping DO YOU NEED Florida room. extra Hardwood-Huge LR Floors S. Family R. JOHN Plus Gainesville's Only Resident-Restricted Swim Club
room, more roof
work. -3649 N.W. 16th Ave. ANGLEWOOD -Almost new 4 BR
LANDSCAPE SERVICE or maybe a complete new home? -Easy to buy. See now. MERRILLRealtor 2 Bath Contemporary home. Central

! Grass-Sod-Garden stock of all kinds.CREVASSE'S Maln-Nurstry For a work free &Carl guaranteed C. LittlewoodSmall back heat yard.and Family central roombeauti A-C. Fenced- You owe it to yourself to buy a home you'll be comfortable in a Kirkpatnck &

NURSERY Waters 3726049.CARPENTER Multiple Listing ful built In kitchen. Immediate Pierson home. Before you buy, consider your future plans check room sizes for

Landscape Co. desires work. additions Associates: Marcella PardI occupancy. furniture placement look for convenient traffic patterns. You'll find exactly wrjot
Cr Down
Repair W. H. Buchannan
Appliance FR 4-2514 for free estimats.ADVERTISE
& repairing. Phone FR NEW LISTING B.R. 2 Bath you need in one of our I H new models. Live in an established community of happy

Air Conditioning 2-4102. Payment3 home. wall to wall carpet In living home owners (27 families have purchased two homes in Highland Court Manor -

IN THE Sewing Machine BR-1 Tile Bath RedfranksRealestate room and dining room. Lovely one family has purchased three).
Repairs built
-Stove & Ref. Included527 kitchen with nice family
A-1 HANDYMAN SHOP SERVICE DIRECTORY room. Excellent financing.
First In air conditioning and Appliance CO. 115 W. University _Total price $12.000 VISIT OUR MODEL HOME TODAY t.
repairs. We sell guaranteed FLORIDA PARK AREA A pleasant
Ave. 376-1075. We repair all Best Buv-See Now

.R 4C247.Appraisal washer. refrigerators etc. Mortgage BrokerFHA MAkes. Work fully guaranteed.TELEViSION UNIVERSITYREALTY a nice masonry lot 110 3 x bedroom 154 located horn within on THE CHESTERFIELD 3 Bedrocm-2 Bath.Fla. ROOM

and conventional at lowest ULTRA MODERN with Roman Inspired walking distance to J. J. Finley 0 1554 Iq. ft. Enclosed Space
Service current rates. Terms to 25 arthim with sliding Elementary School and Gainesville
Drive North Main turn right at NE 23rd Blvd. continueto
years. Will gladly discuss at no glass doors opening from High SchooL Owner leaving on ,

obligation. Call tumorruw. PICTURE TUBE Repair SpeciaL SI nearly every room. Striking town. NE 12th St. and turn LEFT. Follow Signs to NE 31st Ave.
J. W. KIRKPATRICK. Realtor per Inch plus $10 to Install most 1115 N. Main St. Ph 372-4351 entrance patio. ARCHITECT '
FRED B. ARNOLD :31 N. Main' St. Ph. FR 2-8494 tubes. 1 Year Warranty. Special W. M. Munroe. Realtor DESIGNED tar the latest In FINLEY SCHOOL AREA Attrac-
REALTOR FRED B. ARNOLD Reconditioned TVs from SVfS. Assoc: S. E. McLaughlln.' Frank luxurious Florida 11 v Ing. home tive 3 bedroom.. 2 bath masonry Cirkpatrick & Pierson offers many built-in benefits and quality

REAL ESTATE SERVICE APPRAISAL REALTORFHA THE VARIETY STORE Roby, Roy McCann T. C. Douglas Nearly 2700 sq. ft. of living lot. Immediate on nicety landscaped possession. large May features which they feel are of utmost importance to their customersin
7 S.E. 1st Ave. area. Triple car port. Cen-
1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 AND CONVENTIONALLOANS 4 Technician's with $4 years experience Jr. tral heat I airconditioning. we show you this one. Highland Court Manor. A few of these:

1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 on all makes. GLADYS SMITH Of course. FOR BUYER.THE DISCRIMINATING Es- GWYNN OAKS Large 3 B.R. Wolmanized pressure-treated lumber is used from shoes through studs

Auto Equipment MORTGAGE MONEY clusive with this office. Call 2 bath home on large wooded lot and plates to insure you a lifetime ol termite protection.
Tires -family room. built In kitchen
5V* cent Interest. Alignment 80 ACRES 60117.WESTWOOD.
Term :
per to with large screened In patio- Del Mar natural finish wooden cabinets for
25 years. Brake Service Plus 3 bedroom, 2 bath home-cen must lasting chip-proof beauty.
be .
seen to be aecIat
HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuilt AexchanQ.d BUY BUILD REFINANCECall tral heat oak floors 20 miles most SCHOOL AREA-Al- Your choice of gas or electric Toppon built-ins America's favoriteline.
new modern 3 bedroom
Repair kits tor Dan Byrd VACATION SPECIALON from grove.Gainesville 45 acre permanent IS acre pasture pecan 2 bath with central NEAR UNIVERSITY 3 B.R.. 2bat .
Walker Jacks. Factory authorized 825 NW 13 St. PtFR famous nationally known Ma- heat Large penciled family brick home. Large kitchen
J-2511 -20 acres unimproved. Tractor lines for lifetime without
Hydraulic Jack Copper voter a corrosion.
Walker hawk tire . Save MB to mower, harrow. fertilizer distributor. room. Patio. Extra nice famUy room. On lovely lot. Also
Service SERVICE Agent.t SUPPLY HULL 1114 BRAKE S. GLADYS end Smith Realtor FHA S0% on new tins. See our newwr'D Call 312339LSERENOLA built-in kitchen. Beautiful private away from family Moen Diol-Cet shower and tub fixtures just set the temperatureto
conventional loans. Low
around retread that givesmore lot. Less than iooo with
M..... FR1497 rates. Terms to 25 vean. 1228 mileage A traction. Lati- excellent" terms. Call 6-0117. your liking and turn off and on without adjustment.
W. Univ. Ave. 3725393. m.r Tire Co. 623 N. MA'n St. ESTATES: WESTSIDE New residential subdivision salesmen whose
Courteous cooperative goal is
Auto Gloss Lovely residential lots -new school opening soon. Acre lots primary making younappy
FORDYCE SPLIT LEVEL3 bedroom. 2bath.
and Associates, Inc.
opening in September priced from streets In new home.Highland.
now being paved. May we your
Conventional and F.H.A. I e ans. Tree Sem,-" $3500. Call 372-5313. Large 4Yfc pet. mortgage tell
about this restricted
you more
Cat 37H234. can be assumed. Price
Grace Fordyce.
AUTO GLASS is our only busK residential
Immediate Installationi Realtor. Fordyce & Associates A-I TREE SERVICE $14. 00. Can ft-4(l7. area outside ctty lim-
Ore ness. pickup 4 delivery. Addb.uty Inc., 924 West University Aweno Pruning demossing. bracing I ca- N. W. 7th PLACE:
) tiemg I tree removaL Cavity Nice 3 bedroom 2 bath home closeto NICELY FURNISHED 2 bedroom
S. value to car. Court
MAULOIN'S AUTO GLASS CO. work & tret feeding. Lawn service schools good financing. Call frame home lit over acre Its.M. j

32J NW .m St. FR 4-25M. PAINTING and maintenance. Licensed 372-533. of land convenient to Medical M.
1 Insured Free estimates. Troy Center. Everything like the swim club community ,
WANTED: Painting. Free es- Tnamesj 37--240. Jack Hoov t r. GLADYS SMITH New. Total Price. SOW wfNi

timates. No lob too small.! :s..n. Gainesville Fla low down payment to responsible ParrishAND

ADVERTISE IN, THE Work cwrant ed. Phone WINDOW REALTOR party. Call 4-M17.
CLEANINGWINDOY. by Kirkpatrick & Pierson
. FR 2-5630. Claude M. eRode Franks. Realtor ASSOCIATES, INC
;* Cleaned Moon cleaned Associates Myrtle Lassiter AssociateW. MEMBER
SERVICE DIRECTORY: PAINTING Paper Hanging. Free and waxed. houses wasKcd. 10yn. Ba o Griffin Anna HMMM E. -Bin- Harris Associate H. Wayne Hill MULTIPLE Helen USTING Graham Sales Office-NE 23rd Blvd. Cr llth Terr. Phone 372.d47J
stimctc CU, 374-C7M or 372- eX f'rllfta. Free estimates. Carolyn Noyes Florence Bums 7 N.E. 1st St. Phone 44117 Carotyn Gardenhtrt Mary Parrish
f 0717. Phone FR 2-SVSS. Multiple Listing Member Home: 2-7943 er 4-227. 19 NE First St. Tel. 37253751

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,\ Sunday June 7. 1964 Gainesville Sun SC.

; 45 Famished Apts. 47 Houses for Rent Furn.SBR.$75termo.3m.$30.. 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn.! 49 Rooms For Rent I - - - _" :


n .POli RENT on* bedroom furnished 1 BR house at 1311 NE Uth Terr. LARGE clean cool room access ;
.I Mrtment near Univ. & Alechue Go Archer Rd. to Tobacco Barn Stove *. refrigerator. $115 per t. shower refrigerator. Linens LikeFully : You buy Iwo kinds
J!, General Hospital. 963 month. turn left over RR tracks go to mo. Phone FR 4-2472. Wr.emanRealty. I maid service; weekly. FR 2- :
1'. Available June 15th 102 NW 7th let rd., turn left go V* mile. 1185 or 2-1981. 414 NE 2nd Ave. I
It. Phone 374-755. W. Hunt.
x 2 BR new home located on paved NICE cool downstairs comer
ONE room furnished apartment LAKE WAUBURG 2 bedroom street. Hampton. Fla. 20 miles room close In off street parkIng SODDED
Isle per week. One block from house for rent. Newly decorated. from Gainesville. Wired for elec. antenna furnished. 531 S.E.
square. 12 N. W. 3rd Street. Ph. Phone 466-3130. stove. hat elec. hot water heat- 2nd Place. FR 22582. of
; 374-7074. er. $45 per mOo Contact G. P. buildings
1' 1 BR HOUSE suitable for 1 person COOL corner, by day-week-month. 'I :
SMALL furnished apartment consist- or couple, $50 per mo.. Haw Wadsworth. Hampton. Hot water electricity. Beauty
;. ing of bedroom bath and kitchen. Front Lawns?
thorne Road. rest
11 Convenient to town and University. Phone 3724762. 4 BR( 3 bath. 511 NW 15th St. mattress. Cross ventilation.
Close In.
321 N.E. 3rd St.
I i1 Also one front bedroom. 3 BR bath turn house. Shady $125 per mo.
Phone 3766857. yard. garage antenna. Convenient 3 BR. 1 bam 1414 NE 9th St. $95 ROOMS single and double on
to shopping center. 713 NE per mo. bus line. walking distance to town.
i I by footage .
LARGE, BR Reasonable. '
I 2
I: Clean convenient or location. Excellent 10th Ave. 374-59M. Call McKInney Green Inc. 23617. 2877.kit. privileges If desired. 374- square I.

t:: neighborhood. Adults only. ON BIG LAKE SANTA FE furnished 2 Bedroom unfurnished house. 307
306 NE 5th Ave. FR 60969.I modern 4 rm. house. See S.E. 9t" St. $55 month newly decorated COOL room on large shaded lawn. 0S
I NICE efficiency furnished apt. In Frl. Sat. or Sun. Directions: Inside. FR 4-2641, FR Private bath and entrance. Near I I :
convenient location close to shopping Mid-way Melrose & Keystone 4-2930, Mr. Haynes.UNFURNISHED University and University Ave.
SRD 21 turn at white PresbyterIan Bus lines. FR 4-4342.
II center. Ideal for couple water Church to lake. follow sign 3 bedroom
J Available MOper house. IN furnished kitchen
furnished. WALDO
now cottage -
f, month. Call FR 6.3070.AVAIL Vi ml. J. M. Williams. S50 month. Unfurnished 2 bed- Ig. bedroom & private bam.Porch I :
room house. $40 month. Furnished j
MEN-WOMEN. Rooms and apart- & carport. Twin or dbL jI
June 15. Air-ond., aerial. duplex apt.. $90 month. FR
No children no pets. ,,6$. 404 NE ments. Near Campus 102 N.W. 4-7444. beds. 448-1184. f jj I :
13th Street. Phone FR 6-2937 or I
j 4th St. 4-1082. 3 BR. 1 bath. 1421 NE 18th Avenue. .
2 BEDROOM. 5 room apt. N.W. furnished $115 per Month. Call McKinney 51-A Wanted To Rent jI j
NEAR Campus. 3
7th Ter. Seen by appointment. $75 room Green Inc. FR 2.3617.
t house. 1310 NW. 1st Avenue. I ;
FR 6-3825. 114'AN
month. Phone
Phone FR 4-237 or 4-1062. 3 BR house clean. Cook stove and
.w. 7th Ter. Upstairs. refrigerator. Oil circulator. Water UNIVERSITY professor wishes to I .
3 BR. 2 bath 411 SW 27th St. $150 rent 3 or 4 bedroom furn. or un-
furnished. Auto
refurnished water heater.
CLEAN living room |lust
newly painted. 1 BR apt. per mo. Call McKInney Green. $15 wk. $40 mo. 417 S. E. 4th St. fum.. house for 1 year beginningAug. I :
Inc. FR 23617. 1st. Write Dr. Sidney
.I at 1204 NW 23rd Blvd. $75 per 135 Mar 2 Br. 10 miles W. of New- Stetson Univ., DeLand. Fla. .:
mo. Immed. occupancy. Phone I 2 HOUSES COMPLETELY FURNISHED berry Road.
K 6-2472.. Weseman Realty. I, 1 BR house for $40 FAMILY of three wants 2-3 bedroom
$40 MOo 2 Br. 16 Mi. E. Near
per mo 2 BR house for $45 per house. below $100. Five I :
.f 1 BR air cond. furn. trailer & en- Hwy 301.
mOo See at 3721 SE Hawthorne year resident here. Phone 22913. .
cabana Excellent condi FR 25091.
I'n.sed Rd. Phone 3766031. -
I 2884. 4-1 A.M. and 3 BR seTti- furnished house .. .
4-12 P.M. 2 BR. CCB furnished onN.W. .
completely; :
4 house with automatic washer. 43rd Ave.; $45 per mo. 52 Boarders Wanted D..t I
UTIL. FURN. close-in. 2 rooms. private Phone 3720235.
Call FR 4-453 for appt I .
street parking no
tl\ bath off :3 BR. C8. 1 bath. 2 room a-c. _
pets. Also newly papered 1st floor 48 Houses 1515 NE Sth St. Avail. 7-1-44. ROOM and Board for girls. Private :
for Rent Unfurn. u
1 BR apt. 15 SW 2nd PL Weseman Realty. 4-2472. bath. Washing Machine. Phone I
I j RENT Duplex apartment FR 4-4083. :
3 BR. CB 1 bath almost new. .
furnished 1336 N.W. 5th Ave.
Phone FR 2-4384. FORDYCE RENTALSCall near Lake Forrest School. Avail. 49 Rooms for Rent
Butler Bros. BuildersInvites I
our agency to find the June 11. $95. Weseman Realty.
BETTER HURRY If you want this house you wish. Many listed. 4-2472. .
1 BR leml- uplex. Just remodeled. Also apartments furnished. ,
3 BR, 2 bath house. Kitchen equip NICE for rent 1607 N.W.
attractive Ioc.tlon.IIot rooms
water Sleeps&I.electric furn. Reasonable FORDYCEASSOCIATES. ped. Air conditioner. $130 per 12th Road. Phone FR 2-4972 or BARNSWAREHOUSES I
Ave. Ph 372- month. 1030 NE 21st Ave. or call FR 440CX
114 NE llth INC Youto :
FR 6-0989. II H
Jl" after 5:30 PM or anytime T24 W. Univ. 376-1236 BOARD & room for working men.
Sat. or SunS 2 Bedroom. CB house. $40 per Good home coeked meals. good
FOR RENT 2 BR house Stove & month. Call 376-2927 I A.M. to 5 beds plenty of hot water. 225 II I
Bedroom kitchen dining room.
refrig furnished fenced back P.M. SW 2nd Ave.
living room and private bathh.Phone yard. $70 per mo. 1133 NW 22nd
374-4512 Ave. Phone 372797. 2 Bedroom unfurnished house. stove IN PRIVATE HOME nice clean :
and refrigerator. $80 month. 1030 room for reliable gentleman. No Palm View Estates I
46 Unfurnished Aprs. SMALL house I large room kitchen. NW. 55th St. Phone FR 28819. drinking. Phone FR 4-5047. .
tile bath stove t. refrig. 5 ..Ht..H'......__.___.___...---..-
miles out Archer Rd. $30 II_ '
TwO bedroom apt. avaddDte immediately
FR 4-3327. -1 I :
; lower level of duplex
; stove end refrig., situated TWO bedroom house for rent. .
about 3 blks. off campus. 1105 Apply Frank Dickerson. Orange i COMP;: ARE A new community of dis-
NW 4th Ave. $80 per. mo. Phone Lake Marine Boat Works, P. O. I I
FR 4-5871. Box 221. Orange Lake. Fla. tinctive homes in the fashionable ;

NEW I BR duplex apt., kitchen 3 BR. 1 Bath, complete kitchen. Northwest.
equipped. S40 per month on a near schools and shopping cen I THESE HOME VALUES Ii :
year's lease. P"3761372 days. ters. For Information Manaro'S I

376-7321 evenings. Restaurant. FR 2-440. BEFORE YOU BUY Featuring : I .
LARGE newly decorated garage AVAIL. Immediately. 3-4 Br., LR.
apt. 801 NE Ith Ave. Partially DR. Kit. Equip. Near Park. I :
furnished. Phone 374 3015 orG shopping. schools. $100. 1203 N.E. Norwood I FHA homes from
R 5-5485. Sfh Ter. FR 4-243. I .

( rooms & bath, downtown area. SAVE''

water refrig.furn.& stove.$40 per Adults mo. no FR pets.2- McCOY'SMacoma Hope :; ll $16,000-$Z0,250 ;

4621 or 3721633. e "H" Inc. s Down payments from $$400$

DELUXE 2 and 3 BR. alr-ond.. Homes, Iii llllwfflllhIuffluIllifflhIJuImuIIlfflfflhJ
gas appliances. wood paneled. W Trade Homes
spacious yard quleti $110. Phone Inc.For I gI VA Loans Available
3744)983) or 3725400. Sale very attractive 3- or Property

TWO bedroom duplex, kitchen bedroom.E. University 1-bath Ave.home.; walking 4417 = 1115 NW 1 If you're buying a home, lookat I
equipped. $85 per month.
See at 4166 NW 4th St. distance to Lake Forest I Ttmmlhe u .for I
i Schools. Price $12,500. $500 40th Drive following are ready
New 2 bedroom duplex apartmentfor down and $79JO per month. occupancy. gi the TOTAL PICTURE I
$7500 per month. Call John 3 & 4 BEDROOM
Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoy !
Merrill Realtor FR 21494 Jr. Day FR 4-7290. nights FR 3 Br 2 Bath
65015. Office corner N. Main 1442 HE 16th P1. i
47 Houses for Rent Furn. and 23rd Blvd.EYES You dollar-for-dollar
$350 Dwn. 3 BR. P6- bath, S35D down. 08 get more
I BEDROOM duplex at 2016 S.E. 5 m per mo. & Palm View Estates
2nd Place. Corner 21st St. House $115 mo. I
t open. Call FR .-..230.J RIGHT! I 2024 HE 16.1. Terr. Value in a Hugh Edwards home I II

BR house for rent. $45 per mo. == 3 BR. 2 bath. mo down. 189I 80 is planned for professional men and their '
402 S. E. inn St. See real dream living In Shadow 'I
per ma
Lawn Estates. Models Open.F. 1115NE families. I I '
D. Oliver. Bldr.Ph. HUGH
FR 2-0844 3330 rs 3320 BLDR. 2 BLDR. 3
West on NW 3fUl Ave. past II 5th St. NW 30th Av. FERNWOOD
JR. the Glen Springs Intersec 3 BR. 1 bath 1500 dry S77. I il

j Homes. Lots. Income., Bus- tion. See sign en left. I 3 Br. 2 Bath per mOo from REAL PLASTER WALLS YES NO NO I'
Incas and Lake Property a 41517 SE lat PI. up ::1 I

E.Farms C. "CURLY"and Acreage KUEHN. Jr. Ii $350 Dwn. 4518 v 4608 SE 2nd PI. 3 1 Sound-absorbent normally fI
{ 838 MAIN 3 B R. 1 batll. $400 dn. U8 aI used in higher-priced homes.
N. ST.
Quality Homes from $400 down
.1 FR2032 Broker FR 66544 $94 per mo. '3 3mS'E 38th St. I 1 I I II

WESTVILLAN.W. 304 39th St. 55a
---- SE
per mOo 5
HOME 16th Ave. orwoo d 3236 NW 29th AYe. 3 MODELS YES NO YES

3 SR. 2 bath 1650 den S91 Easy-to-care-for permanent
& 37th 08
St. per mOo '
Hope color no furniture '

BUYERSGUIDE g 3301 & 3311 i iOpe indentations

a_ We Trade Homes 4 BR 2 bath S600 dn. 189. '

or Property per mOo Palm View Estates n ALL BRICK FRONTS YES NO .NO
t by The James Co.
Lasting beauty
STUBBS greater
I t The James Co. of Oeinies- = OPEN FOR YOU TO EN- 124 SE 7th St. I resale value. I
vllle. Inc.. Builders of Kings- INC. a JOY SEEING ANYTIME IF 3 BR. 1 Bath = 372-9545 day 376-9048 night I
berry Homes for this area will' iii YOU WILL JUST CALL 1 Year lease S95 per Ma
be happy to answer any quern "We Trade Ei 1123 S.E. 4th STREET =
Drive West 16th Aye.
tions you might have concern- I. :: 6-5301 : : 6-1989 :: 1E I on Fully Sodded Front Lawns YES NO NO
Ing home ownership. You mightbe _' '. _..'- I
._ _____ .. '
one of those people thatnow ya """' la@; .GllllIIIWIIIIII:umsnma wuM t
owns e home but found I Keeps send out of '
that It Is now inadequate if
this Is the case a call to The new home gives you nearly
James Co. could very well If you're at'll find
two head-start. Saves
solve your problems. By this young I years '
we mean trading In your pre- VISIT OUR money

{ sent home. plenty of cofnpany. and the KEYto
I There are a number of questions / / I '
that we can answer concerning MODEL HOME
trading. We feel that SIDEWALKS
by talking with us you can fine family I living In. YES NO NO
I pick a suitable floor plan and
exterior design that will suit Safety for your children. No
your needs from our many p.m. I future assessments.
plans that we keep on hand.
A call to the James Co. will i I '
I get all the facts about any A
type financing, any questions '
you might have without any COMMUNITY YES YES NO
obligations on your part. I I

We have lots available Inmost Court Manor SWIM CLUB
any section of town for
you to choose from. I Swimming end summer I

Jimmy Womeldurf and Gene recreation with your
Paramore have over 30 years neighbors.
combined experience In the I >_ '
construction of homes. By care- I If you like flying kites and weekend cook- '.
ful supervision by Jim and #
Gene It will enable you as the outs or just plain sun worshipping -
homeowner to get more home GAS LAMP POSTS
for your money and certainly Highland Court Manor is for you! You'll YES NO' NO
a' 8 makes _The James construc-
tion to be beyond compare.By I have "think young" neighbors who enjoy I Adds distinction to your home '

building primarily the : outdoor activities and informal living. But Gives you added burglar
Klngsberry home we feel we :
flhtjiEr1 protection.
have a great advantage end (. activities are not confined to the backyard I '
great opportunity you as
1 the purchaser to pick design i variety. There's the exclusive Swim Club
and floor plans that created .
by some of the are country r and Community Center with interests for FORMICA CABINETS YES NO. YES
leading architects. '
the entire family!
If you desire complete Information Always clean never needs -
call The James Co. and t. { I refinishing. '
we will be happy to come to

your amount home of time and necessary spend any to $ ..'-,% a Indoors you'll be even more pleased. Our

f explain home The ownership.We James. Co. systemof '-1- ',t44 '' carefree homes are designed to keep Mom's FLOOR TO CEILING YES NO NO I -

t e : work to a rrjinimum with ample space for i
can secure FHA. VA and Iv-- fnw a. CLOSET DOORS
I several different financing.Let types. of conventional --- 4 everyone. Many of our homes feature '

t family rooms for informal Florida living. Double shelved for 100%
us mention a few of
I the Homes construction that are or either In the under You can enjoy living at its best in.o new I more storage space. '

I planning stage. r. home for as little a't 79.34 per month t

with 4-Bedroom.ever 2300 3 full SQ. tile Ft. living baths ." 'L c.t ? v R. i (includes insurance and taxes) Why not TRUSS ROOFS YES NO YES

area. You must see this home .t inspect our 14 models to find your key to -
to appreciate It. We will tradeon r Full 8 ft. ceiling
this one.3ledroom.. fine family living? throughout '
( 1 '> home. Attic space for
Ui bath with
hardwood floors located enwell -' additional insulation fuel

payment.shaded FHA.Construction lot.. Small down- I savings. '


to start soon en 's 3', .
r S V. A. 3-4-Bedrooms homesIn t,,'
..'4, N.E. Gainesville. Call now ."V TILE WINDOW SILLS YES NO YES .
and make all color selections. d'
All these will be brick J. ,
veneer. /
.1 We have 4 lots on 39th Ave.l00'x276' '- I No wood trim around windows .

Pick a lot and house to rot from natural
plan to suit you.under .

'( Now construction 3- Choose from 14 Models I condensation. '
Bedroom 2 baths with 1453 -: ,
Sq. Ft. floor area. double car
I port on shaded 100x276' lot. Will $13,400 to $18,200 I I
trade on this one.

lT epa110e M Mar $100 CLOSING

($100 Closing 1S ) FHA FROM $450 DOWN _



":!1 I

j wrrllsta l -- > : As Low As $79.34 I

For More Call lufermati Model homes located on NE 31st / .

Soles office I located at : \
TheJames Ave. Drive north on Main turn W
', Village Green
N.E. 23rd Bird and 11th Terrace -

n Co.Of right at NE 23rd Blvd. then left at ,. '

Gainesville. lac. 12th St. Then follow signs. 1 I

Builder of Kin,...", 1 1J


( 172-7401 BUILDERS 1 1a l, 2837 NE 15th STREET PHONE 376-7971

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IIC Gainesville Sun Sunday, June 7, 1954

1 M 66 Mise .For Sale. 73 Musical Merchandise 77 Mobile Homes for Sal 77 Mobile Homes .for Salt

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CLASSIFICATION INDEX Large GE stove, $35 cash. Phone NEEDED good auto for trans :- "

FR 21476. America's WURLITZER No. I piano and WE BUY portation. Will take ,in trade on

MERCHANDISE 70 Boats-Marina Equip organs Gainesville's are at evclusive Earl's Piano Wurlit-Co. USED MOBILE HOMESTop house trailer. Phone 376-8341.

ANNOUNCEMENTS zer Dealer 702 W. University dollar paid, phone 3764571. it Is a good policy to do business
2 In Mem.rlam
Z Card d flanks II w..tet te Bay BARGAIN1960 19 Glasspar 75 family hy Evinrude.cruiser, Ave. Phone 3722222. WE have Installed sewer system In your own community. You can 3 BIG REASONS
IS: Machinery i TNb depend friends tor top
a Less i F...e Tandem trailer. Cost $6,000 orig. PRACTICE PIANO SALE & have made additional new large on your
IS B1I11.. Materlalaa service. 23 years in the mobile
4 rUIOD.lin, Senlen N B..e.... c.Speel.1 .-.. Priced for quick sas: $1695. Want Upright pianos, some as is, some spaces which are available now home business. See
Worm.t1oa at
Travel larger boat. Call 472.2213 factory rebuilt, priced from $25 Shady Nook Trailer CL 3101

S NeUeea .. AaU.n JI1ae. F.r Sat. NEW Fishing Boats painted and and up. Gridley Music Co.. SW 34th St. 3767559. 1 BUTtS MOBILE HOMES A
T FI.rbta Gainesville WHY YOU SHOULD
Shopping Center. FR I BUY YOUR
a Baby Sitter- Can 11 TraiJac ready to go. 8th Anniversary 25353. NOW SHOWING .
Planes '1'. G.Cloud. II Articles Wanted 15 day sale. June 1st to 15th. 1964 MOBILE HOMES today. Open 1 A.M. to t P.M. Closes
Tblap T. .a a Fad OU i w-w 10 ft. $24.95. 12 ft. $39.95. S years ELECTRIC Harmony guitar 3 pickup 9 and 3 bedrooms, all Floor Sundays. Phone 3764361.. NEXT A-l USED CAR FROM
:. Beats Marine Etm.- in same location. Turn East at very good condition case Plans. Terms tailored to meet ,
.TI Csmp .Bu' Flab post officeS bike Frank Dicker and cord included; $80. Phone your budget. Drive a little and
AUTOMOTIVE on Offlc. son. Orange Lake Marine Boat 322....". save a lot at
'2' AJrpJaaa 1&le..Butala ulcal MorohandlasTs Works highway 441, P. O. Box CONNOLLYMobile Value Rated p SHAW
on Trucks Mobfa Homes for Sao r.f aw 221, Orange Lake Fla. rebuilt pianos.very FULLY factory GUAR Home Sales Inc. I'\ KEETER

18 CorrectCrett boat, 135 h.p. ANTEED. LILLIAN'S MUSIC 2 Miles North on U. S. 441 Used Cars
: Trreetars iaTruck Rentals REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Gray Marine Engine & trailer. STORE. 112 SE First St. Ph.. Phone 622-41M
Trailer Rentals Total price $750 cash. Phone FR 65931. Closed SundaysITS B&G MOTOR CO.
:: 13 Lot for & 372.0215.Dickerson's. ;
Motorcycles i lleooten l.r '
U Waterlro.' ., FOOLISHto
: U Aat.mobf aepaln et9r Boat Works, Cadillac Oldsmobile
new plywood 1.
as DO..ea For ala 5: QUALITY
lIS Automobiles ter Iw 31 Cottages F.r Sal- E boats, boat painting end pay more. RECKLESS to 2001 NW 13th St. :
iswap Can cU repairing. Reasonable prices. pay less. GET THE REAL
17 Real E.tat.
to Varnon's Discount House Payments as low as
EDUCATI.NAL Real Estate Wanted on 441. Orange Lake, Fla. S57.2 per month with $300 down.
II 0. .f 'I'.wa Properl7 1.1 77 Mobile Homes for Sale
Schools i IDIlneUea .. B.rduss propenlf 10 ft. aluminum fishing boat with LAKE GENEVA GET ACQUAINTED
1s Mule. DUIID TVt h.p. motor and limn Mobile Homes Sales
U Residential [ 5 loader
U Waata4-lastr.cU.. seem. cartop carrier. Rt. 100 SE Keystone His Fla. SPECIAL
4. Farms i Acreage == 372-6172 see at WYAI I-
C3 Colored Property Rentals 2818 NE 13th St. 1963 Titan 10 x 51, 2 BR trailer, I 2. REPUTATION

EMPLOYMENT 0.1 Colonel Property SailS r Hydro-plane, 15 h.p. motor, and $150 down. and take over payments
17 Work Wanted, lIaloJ' trailer. All for $150. Boat & Trailer Sales ; of $67per mo. Phone TRANSMISSIONS
Work Wanted Femals RENTALS _trailer only, $80. Phone FR 21290. 454-1 uo.

U ales B.lp Wasted Yes 1 TVt h.p. outboard motor, excellent Home of Overhaul $69.50plus I
11 Belp-Mal. or U C.ttaeea For Real
Pacemaker Mobile Homes
12 lIalo Help Wanted U l.raWl.d Apts.DnmaW condition. Phone 372-5456. Shasta and Alrstream GAINESVILLE oil
el Vnlanbhed Apt1.S 14' fiberglass bottom boat. light Travel Trailers 3. PRICE
U Female Bolp Wanted n Hearts far Rent Fu. weight, semi "V" bottom run- Ocala's First Mobile Home AUTO SALES, Includes Clutch Plates. I ;
:: Hues for Rent Val.... ning lights. 5Vi h_p. JohnsonEx- Dealer Since 1.4 1007 N. Main St. Seals & Gaskets
FARMS & LIVESTOCK Rm. f.r Real celient cond. Gator trailer. All for 1923 Silver Springs Blvd. Powerflite, !
i' Hydromatic,
a Phone FR 2.6313
28 Form Equipment Hotel Rooms $325. Call FR 2-0949 weekdaysafter Phone 629-1358
27 Feed i FertWser : f1 Rentals IZI -5.- Ocala Fla. Northcentra! Florida Powerglide. Ford-0-Matic NORTH CENTRAL FLORIDA'S LOWEST
s Livestock i Supplies Wasted T. Rent LargestIndependent No Money Down
Landscaping '1'., Son 53 Boarders Wanted
SO Pets i Supplies IJ Olllu Desk Sps31 .. Dealer EASY TERMS : PRICES ON QUALITY CARS FROM A
U..toeJ Wanted U Bulness Rentai. MOTORS


sa Business ODportenlOes ZI Special lenl," Ford V-8 189.50 cxch.: :
17 lIonlY te Lou Z3 B... lar..ata I DODGEDARTDODGETRUCKS Free Pick Delivery '
II Mortgages Z& .alllo i TV SanleaU I up I 63 FORD CALAXIE I
Wanted U Uplane i Fara1i..
loner 376-0040 $2045
4-door V8 radio I heater, power steering, auto
... ... a
POOLE-GABLE SUPERIOR matic transmission, maroon and white . .

49 Rooms For RentIN 66 Mise .For Sal*. .119 SE First Avt. REBUILDERS

372-4343 2017 NE 27th Are.HAWESPOWERS t- '63 FORD CALAXIE i I
NEW MODERN HOME, mod THE best cost less. Every pot you
ern furniture, dbl. bed., private own Is automatic with Fuilgas. 4-door radio heater air conditioning $2245
bath. Rent single or double to Burner with a brain. Your Phil- power

men.376-0814.must be gentlemen. Phone gas Dlst. 376-5392. blue and white, automatic transmission i

ONE Hotpolnt chest type deepfreeze
Rooms for male students near campus one 40"" by r custom-built
summer rates. By week or bookcase with adjustable shelves. MOTOR CO.SMITTY 14 I
month. Kitchen 4 maid service. one % width roll away bed $4
FR J-2726. C. M. Caddetl 1045 N.E. 4th St.

NICELY furnished. newly decorated Phone 372-0115. SEZ : 4-door, V8, radio heater, dark blue . . J 7J
room for career girl. Share
bath with one girl. Limited kit $200 wedding gown selling for $60. This : I
chen privileges. Phone 376-5426. Full length, satin. Size 12. Call Fully Reconditioned The new fS4's awe re selling like hotcakes. _

4 Eedroonv 2 bath, home. Also 3720030.Fran at Blanch's Beauty Salon 100% Parts & Labor; Warranty now have on excellent selectionmeans '62 FORD CONVERTIBLE
adjoining rental property. 200 ft. have been
frontage 300 block N.E. 3rd Ave. THE proven carpet cleaner Blue Excellent Selection of late model used cars S1995
Will sell together or separately.. Lustre is easy on the budget. Re- traded in on the '64's. If you're thinking! V8, radio, heater, power steering, automatic
316 N.E. 3rd Ave. FR 24752. stores forgotten colors. Rent
\ electric Shampooer $1. McDanlelFurn. about a better used car check this selection transmission light blue . . . . r/,
ROOMS for working men. Break Co.
fast and lunches If desired. Phone SEDANS today'
3766036. GIRL'S ENGLISH BIKE 3 speed 4'door Galaxie 500' Auto" "

50 Hotel Rooms One transmission year ,old lights and, and in perfect rack. '63 Turquoise Like new . _. .' $1595 '64 FORD matic transmission, power 62 CHEVROLET S1595

condition, $29. Phone 372-2735. '62 Pearl White Radio. Whitewalls. 1395 steering air conditioned. Radio, $3095 4-door, Y8, power steering power brakes radio -

VACATION AT FLAGLER BEACH SILVERTONE stereo AM-FM radio '61 Turquoise Looks & Runs Like New 1195 heater air conditioning blue and white <
HOTEL. Enjoy| miles of beachocttn V 8. '
console. $150. Also Motorola port heater, -
breeze. Request patron able T.V. $40. Phone 3764567. 60 Arctic Blue, Radio, New Paint.. 1045 WoVr'Galaxle 500. Auto-

SUMMER discount card RATE for ON SPECIAL ALL REPOSSESSED Singer gig Zag' '57 Coral Red A fine second car. 695 '64 FORD matic transmission, power '61 FORD

ROOMS. S5 Dbt. Each add'l S1.50. makes decorative stitches, appli '57 Powder Blue Sunroof Clean 495
Sgt. S3. Ph. 439-2070.: W a I Iter que, buttonhole, monograms, etc. steering radio, heater. 2795 S1245
Green. Ow""r. Only $67.20 payments $6.50 per 55 Sky Blue, Excellent Condition 495 4-door radio and
heater red and white
mo. 115 W. Univ. FR 6-1075- V-8 . . . . . . .

54 Business Rentals Mlsc. furniture for sale beds. Super Sports 2-

chests, lamps. etc. Also camping KARMANN GHIAS 64 CHEVROLET door, hordtop. Automatic
GARAGE space tor rent 613 S.W. trailer and equipment. See John 61 VOLKSWAGEN
2nd 54. Call John Merrill, Real Teter In Alachua.REFINISHED transmission radio and heater, CfT

tor. FR 2-1.,.. oak slant-front desk '59 Black Convertible. White top 1195 steering, v-s, : 045
APPROX. 6,000 sq. ft. on ACL oak dresser and wash stand. '61 power $3095 Convertible radio i heater, yellow I . .
rail siding. Yard space at rear, large empire mahogany buffet Black Coupe. Extra Clean . 1395 3600 miles . . . . t
all on paved street. 536 SW 2nd sectional sofa, blond drop leaf Imp. 4-door hard-
Ave. Call 376-7511. Mr. String table and 4-chalrs. Lamps Antique -
fellow. Bric-A-Brac, other house- 63 CHEVROLET top auto. trans- '
hold Items. Nearly-Nu Furniture FALCON

56 Business Opportunities Shop. 316 N.W. 8th Avenue. FR mission, radio, heater, power $495 S895

6-4892. '62 White With Red Interior 5/90 3595 steering. V-8. . . . t 2-door, radio, heater, dark blue . . .
EXCELLENT downtown Slncla I r T-V antennas $4 single stack $8 hardtop .
Service Station -open and doing double stack. $1495 complete kit. Fury :r' t
business will lease to responsible Jim Voyles 419 NW 8th Ave. VW STATION WAGONS 63 PLYMOUTH transmission -

party with adequa t e CLEAN your rugs & upholstery with Radio $ '60 FORD FAIR LANE
capital. Sinclair Refining Co. conditioned.. ,
amazing Lustre-Foam. Use our ,
Phone FR 6-0222 or 26512. applicator free. Call Home Beau- 61 Excellent Condition, 9-passenger 1395 V-8 . . *' 500 4-door S1145
12 LANE BOWLING ALLEY On W. tiful Furniture, 1703 N. Main St. '59 Runs & Looks Like New 995 power steering, 4-door: automatic automatic transmission heater WA i

Univ. Ave. for lease. Opportunity MILL ENDS HENDERSON'SMILL '62 FALCON / V-200. steering air conditioning white & ttl
for the right man to get In Wagon 4dr., White with 63 VALIANT gray. .
STORE U. S. Hwy. 19 transmission -
the bowling alley business with a Black Interior Radio & Hoof 795
Rack 1495MillerBrown
Crystal River. Fla. Only 1 hr. ,
small amount of capital. Call FR 1
IS min., from Gainesville. Liter radio. Real sharp . tJ awlli
6-2641 or FR 62930. Ask for Mr. 60 COMET
ally TONS OF TOWELS and V 200. Covertible.heater .

MAN Haynes.end wife team free to live MILES Quality OF Price.FABRICS.. Irregular Selection b e d- 63 VALIANT Radio- : $ 4-door, heater, automatic transmission, red and S995 4i

out of town and operate a small spreads beautiful and one third 795 '
Sundry and rental business. Phone off. Lovely carpet ends. t h ree '1 . . . . white . . . . . . . .
FR 43012.ABSENTEE fourths off. First quality Cabin ill1 V-200 4-door. radio,
Crafts carpets and rugs. and Pep- ,
ownership makes necessary perell sheets. Throw rugs $1.98 up. 62 VALIANT heater $ 4 '60
sales of popular local II Tel. 7953399. .12954door PONTIAC C
hole carpet golf course. Inquire 1i"tUlFR .
Gainesville P. O. Box 13427. DISCONTINUED MURALS clean - l 4-door, radio, heater automatic transmission T 1345
1030 E. UNVERSITY Wagon, radio ,
Interested? Complete set $19.95.HARPER l
S300-S400( Weekly -
Franchise available for ReVeal PAINT CO. 11f1J.1RIDGWAY 62 TEMPEST and power steering, bronze . . . . .
Temporary Wrinkle Remov e r. IB S.W. 7th St. 372-4364. 2-3582 1395
Small Investment required. Write heater .
Mr. Hal Himelstein 7910 West WHITE excellent portable condition.sewing Phone machine 376- 4-door Wagon, auto- '59 MERCURY
Drive. Harbor Island. Fla. / .

FOR LEASE. 1500 sq. ft. downtown 1947. I bought a Kenmore.with Ga- 62 FAL'CON matic tran- 5liQt 4-door, hardtop, power brakes, power steering, r945
59 Buick Sabre. 14boat
store building suitable, for retail trailer & 17,000 mi. air conditioning, radio, heater automatic
business drugstore, or offices. tor 35 h.p. Mercury mission, radio, heater transmission

Call ALACHUA REALTY ASSOCI for Phone the 376-2877.above or trade MOTOR CO. /rll 4-door 707* Automatictransmission white and blue . . . . .
ATES. 376-2448. LANCER
OTHER BUSINESS forces me to KENMORE stove. $45; Norge re- 01 radio, 1
store & meat frigerator 11 cu. ft., $55. Phone 63 VW 63 RAMBLER '
sell good grocery 376.1960.GENERAL heater power steering. $1145 59 CHEVY I
market. All. colored trade. Small 'I
down payment but must have ELECTRIC 40" Deluxe Karman Chla/ factory air consso. 4 door sed..n. automatic Clean . . . . . 4-door, station radio S695 .
good collateral. Call FR 6- electric stove, first $25. See at ditioning radio, heater whitewalls transmission radio, heater air 2door.Real wagon, heater, automatic

723U Sundays.days or 3-0641 nights & AIR 518 N.W.CONDITIONERS 35th Ter. Call: 3761392.1961 GE like new. conditioned.52095 Extra nice. '61 FALCON' nice . $895 transmission, brown . . . . . \

Thinllne. 125000 BTU's, 230 volt 2195 New Yorker, 4-door
61 Wanted to BuyCASH operation, ISO; 1961 Vornado Mighty j 01 CHRYSLER '58 OLDS
Mite, 7.007 BTU's, 115 volt 63 63 FORD hardtop, power
for your used furniture, refrigerators operation. 5100. Both excellent Falrlane brakes, air condi- $ Station wagon power steering radio heater S645
stoves TVs clothIng 500 automatic transmission steering, power ,
condition. Home freezer, $20. Ph. 095
etc. FR 23937. William's 2 door, automatic transmission radio & heater.S1895 automatic transmission
brakes air
Like ,
Service Center Hawthorne Road. 3725433. heater. tioned, radio heater. new power conditioning -

BARGAIN. ARMCO Steel water tan . . . . . . .
62 Machinery & Tools tight underground fallout shelter. $1695 61 CORVAIR TRUCKRadio
List $1,600. Closeout $600. FR 6-

ONE D-o Bulldozer and equipmentalso 2377 anytime. 62 FORD heater $ '57 FORD
Ford Tractor all In 62 RAMBLERAmbassador 095
one NEW and used chain saws lawn 1
good condition. Call MA-9-1571 mowers, edgers. tampers light automatic trans Galaxie 500 4 door, hardtop Nice . . . . . S195
Mrs. Frank, Cox. Rt. 2, Box 155 plants, cable. Wisconsin. Brlggs mission radio, heater power automatic transmission radio, door 4-door, V8, radio, heater white and tan .
Salt Set Cltra. Fla. aV Stratton new and used mo steering, power brakes, wide heater, power steering. 60 METROPOLITAN I
tors. Rental, sales and service. bucket seats. Extra nice. p.
64 Household Goods Meyers Power Tools. 230 NE Special.
16th Ave. Phone 3763411. $1695 Radio, heater. $ '

BEAUTIFUL colorful I mounted 1995 . :. . . . 55 FORD r

T-A-G and APPLIANCESTested Guaranteed Miami sailfish Fla.rr Only. By$165.AI The Pfleguer Tac-, 61 FALCON Nicen CHEVROLET Impala, .4"doort I 2-door, Victoria, radio, heater, automatic trans- .

42 Refrigerators from S3* up: kle Box 1490 Hawthorne
9 Ranges from $39 up Rd. 61 PONTIAC Station automatic transmission automatic trans- mission, tan and white . . . . .
17 Wishers from S19 up GOOD HEARING Is one of your Bonnevlllc station wagon, automatic , heater. Nice. mission, radio, heater, air
. I Dryers from $H up most valuable assets. Don't neglect transmission, radio, heat $1295
2 Food-Freezers from $99 up it. Visit Gainesville Hearing er, power steering power conditioning . . . . r7lC
2 Dishwashers from $49 up Aid Co. Today. 620 North Main brakes. Beautiful car $1 0 9 5 2-door radio
10 TV Sets from $35 up St. Phone FR 60095. "i FORD ,
JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE. CO. GOOD Hoover Upright cleaner 1895 60 and heater air $
419 NW sill Ave.Ph. 372-53C3
with all
attachments. $30. Phone I
conditioned. Real nice /J
FULL SIZE crib. S9; General Electric FR2-5 89.
refrigerator. $60. Call 372$108 61 FALCON 61 RAMBLER
GOLF, set of 9 Jack Burke Irons, SMITTY'S SUPER SPECIALS
by McGregor. 1 mo. old. Must 2 door heater.
selL Call 372-2002. See at 804 S. Station wagon automatic transmission I 4.door Wagon,
66 Mise .For Sale. Depot Ave.SINGER $845 tra nlC,!.radio! and heater. Ex. 760 CHEVROLET power steering

FREEZER, CHEST FEATHERWEIGHT radio heater automatic II
TYPE. Guar Good ,
.nl.. Can deliver, $57.50. condition sold new $169 ..transmis$1245 1
Refrigerator service In your balance 51195 sion, air conditioned. G N
home. No service charge on repairss. $68 or $7 per mo. Extra nice. 4-door, automatictransmission
Wanted refrigerators and 115 W. Univ. Ave. 376-1075 ILf\ FORD

freezers needing repair. FR 21330. CAMPING TRAILER. 7 X 8', new 495 Oil radio $QQJC

AIL CHANNEL T. V. antenna tires condition.sturdy Will frame In very good. 60 BUICK and heater air condo . . VD a R WARRA
sell for
Double stack complete. Nothing reasonable
else to buy. $15. Brants. price 372-4079. 60 CHEVY Eiectra automatic trlns.'TIb- 2-door hardtop' >

51) N.W. 8th Avenue. BICYCLE. 2611 brand new. has Station wagon t passenger, slat: radio heater, powersteering 60 PLYMOUTH automatic
DOWLING'S UPHOLSTERY been in storage made In Eng. automatic transmission, radio power! brakes. Sharp.
Chairs lew es SS. No money Real buy at UO. Call 374-0002, heater and power ste- !ng. transmission, radio

daw Free.estimates low es $5 per morth. 1510 W. Uni Ave. Apt B. 51495 and heater . . . . $795 .
pickup and delivery WESTINGHOUSE clothes 51295
service. All work guaran roll-aay dryer. Fury, 2.door
single bed 2 chests
teed. Phone 376-7786. et drawers, sin's 59 PLYMOUTH SHAW
Chicago shoe
4 Model: walnut finished chairs' roler skates, size 8. Cheap. 60 RAMBLER I hardtop, power
Phcn *,&7,. steering automatic transmission.
contour moldeJ. Good for dining 4 door sedge with heater. Nice 60 RAMBLER ,
or desk use. Cwt $16 ,. $845
ea. se'l
for $7. Also 30 gal National I ha"SUE TO DI Z RCEZag I tar. Radio and heater. . . . .
water heater. Electric, good con makes Fancy stitches tha $ Station wagon. radio I /CO Dill4door, steering
dition. $15. 372, )I. kelly automat 8 9 5 and heater. power ,
sews on buttons, makes 1 JO DUlV.i\
SOLID Maple *tw;:e d;. bed. bunoohoies., mon I power brakes, $495 .
with nearly new mattress &. dbl. ograms$7.44 etc. Take up paynennof I 60 FALCON 5995 Radio and heater. V-8, . . &
dresser with mirror. $50. J6C2 per h. Very small
_.NE__llth St. Ph. 3761436.T7AOE balance. Call FR 2.2051. 4 door wit[ heater.S750 '53 PLYMOUTH 2 D00T' $ 145 1'

your costly to cpera'e Modern maple S Dr. ChIS!. DM 59 DESOTO Runs good
ELECTRIC water heater and Dresser, pt* Mirrcr 8.C BM
All for 3 new cj* troter. Much more ha Mattresses i Coil Spring 400 oo healer power steering power
OcTS color 59 Volkswagen brakes. & air conditioning. 1 ?
waer at bout r-aif the cost wish wing chair S.C8 1 >IC
OUR LP GAS. PROPANE. COX WAREHOUSE td S. Main Radio & tetter.S895 owner. Nice. Runs real fD
65110. Drop>> leaf I
round may table/ Early 5895 $
DIAMOND RING one tal llw- American upholstered chair. CoH 55 CHEVROLET I25 tM1.s
less with pittl-wrr fteh'e'l rr.ount- >nlal style coffee table knee 2-doar. 4
In:. Apptaitsl value S'iOO, wall hole desk AUrw tM table 59 BUICK f
sell aprox. for haft crke. Can small oaK secretary tampa. other 59 PLYMOUTH 56 CHEVROLET y
Gds McGrlft at 3/64U9 between Items. Neany-Nu Turnltur Shop. Automatic tranvn$".x radio 2-door
6L8p.m. 316 NW-4th Av*. FR 6-4St2. passenger radio heater. heater, & poorer steering. 5

ROSE'S Lawn Mower Service. I FRIGIDA1RE air conditioner I ton 5795 895 V-8, Runs Good, Power Pack. 245 "YOUR FRIENDLY FORD ; t1

am back at old stand 514 W. 110 we h. se$; crib & Kant. et I i ..
University Ave. I buy sell and maths.. 520; oak offtce CIeSIr. I Il iI I __ DEALER SINCE 1924"
trade. lit class repairs as al 813.376-7136.
I HawesPowersMotor
ways. LACE floor Ssngth wedding dress .
LARGE fate Monday 9:30 A.M.-to with hoop size 9, $25. 3 Pink : .ia 238
.:03 PM Youth bed brlc- brc.todies' bridesmaid's d,>** *. Uxe f, Ate

,! ewelrv( and meVs household otter goods clothing Now each.SpeclalUlrg Phone Ladies' Better 59 Rambler. . .$38 58 Ford ... ?$32 ', W. UNIVERSITY AVE.rrr. .

ru... many Uiefjl Items. Please. Ore ..s. Clc-e out Buys. Sizes 8 57St 4 b.kcr. .. 18 56 Ford SW .. .. .. 15 Co.
come to rr er-t'etce 2011 N. W. ihrougn : -i i
32nd 'er. .off tt. w. 34th U. and Va...... DIXIE 53 Each.MILLS Exceptional SUPER 56 Fwd ...... .. 21 57 Ford SW .._. 23 OPEN 'TIL 9 ;

I6th Ave.) DISCOUNTS 19 S.w. 1st Ave 57Stod !>.k r SW21 59 Rambler AM SW. 34 SEE: J. L Smith Frank
nue. Grey. Wilbur SB *
$80. 1 x 10 twt screen i four Phone
sides. Idol for bece/a>4 picnics. S year old 41GE range Excellent 56 Rambler . 23 56 Chevy . .. 29 Mac McC.n .sli
I40. Stove &. tank with Jfl gala condition M. See at Mil Plymouth Valiant-ChrysI ._. jperi il-Siinc :
-m 7U" you trke ell .. N.W. 31st Street. MotorCo. Sales and Service 3720503ro
Ph- twwM 5 l 7.
FRJNT load Westinghouse washer. RIDGWAY I MWe will not be undersold .r
4 SPC75 Has-e type evwlr 9..< carffon. make rffer. Call .
ling '.n. 21" Syl..-* c. oe FR | BOUGHT A K5N- W J$ .
T.V. Tehogany eabhrt. 811Ite 8 REICOMPLTE 312 N. MAIN ST. a. t
..s jrf-ct. rho FR. 45a 02 f

tfer t / X.- oom uHe.modern Carr..,dojns..ioi: trd Air I' 1132 S. MAIN ST. FR 2.8433 I FR '6-3400 Ij t .5
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77 Mobile Homes for Sale 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE 85 Automobiles for Sale) 86 SWAP CARS 87 Automobiles Wanter
1 1 ,
CAR nVANlcO, ifjO-<4 .Fords
BUYING PLANS NEW palm camping trailer. One VALIANT. auto. trans,, ww tires FOR SALE 1948 Plymouth, radio. WILL trade 157 Oldsmobile E? In & Chevrolet Al Herndon Service t
only 25 per cent off list. See John radio and heater. No equity lust heater good condition $125. Call excellent condition. with premium Station. 14 SE 4th St.
Teter afternoons, Alachua.SPECIAL assume' payments. Call 3723813 376-lStt/
TO FIT YOUR after S P.M. 1961 VW. sedan extra clean. Whitewall tires. for Jeep In like con- NEEDED. good auto for transpartition.
dition. Phone 1441 Cedar Key. Will take h> trade Oft' VACATIONFUN
104 x 20S Lot for mobile home .i CORVAIR coupe, at ...... $995 $1050. Will take trade. House Trailer. Phone 576-6361. ;{
BUDGET AT s1500..I Mile S. off Paynes 63 COMET __............... $1.395 1
Prairie' For appointment call 61 RENAULT ...............: $495 1963 VW sedan. sunroof less than
FR a-3052. 63 RENAULT ................. $795 1.000 miles showroom condition II
160 Magnolia 41 x 10' 2 BR IV* 64 FIAT 400 ml. ............ $995 $1450. Will trade. 4-4009.
MELTONMOTORS bath. extra nice. $200 & finance 62 FORD Galaxie ..........- $1,495 1951 Metropolitan new tires. new
: balance. Full price S2995. Call 374- Phone 3723407: or FR J-024S. t'M>tone paint lob. like new $295. riVEII
tin or see It at Hickory Hill Will trade. 64009.
Trailer Park. MGA. 1958 Top condition. like
new Interior. Call FR 2-3056 aft 58 Olds 88 tudor Holiday Coupe.
Ooed condition i4oX Harry E.Stroud .
7 30 P.M.
FR 29644. 4721 SW
60' CORVAIR Monza red and Archer Rd
white clean white walls radio. ,
62 Ford Falcon 4 dr. deluxe.
Save 1400 10 x 44 2 BR furnished stick, shift. Must sell. $500. Also nothing down assume payments.
On Our Newly I only $3195. S3S0. 0 down. '49 Ford body engine like new. Phone 376-8567. crankshaft bearings in Volvo's new 64 I
SS-4.Of per month. 1 owner. low mileage $150. FR 2-
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Quadrangle Romps Home in Belmont

I six DROPPED I. !'The Dancer Misses TripleNEW I

YORK (AP) Quadrangle time," Ycaza said of his win- off the pace with Northern Dan-
UM Gridders HitBy I
a strapping bay colt ner. "Orientalist, in front mostof cer.With
from Paul Mellon's Rokeby Stables the way, was trying to bear one-half mile to go,
I II spoiled Northern Dancer'sbid out, but I decided not to make Quadrangle was ready to take
BEN FUNK two first-string linemen" Tate Dr. Henry King Stanford, the w for the Triple Crown Satur- the move until I heard Northern the lead from Orientalist with
MIAMI (AP-Coach Charlie said. "We were hit where we university president, ordered day when he won the 96th running Dancer coming on the outsideat Northern Dancer less than a
Tate said Saturday the ,Miami thought we were the strongest Tate not to disclose the names. of the $154,600 Belmont, the three-eighths pole. length back and Roman Brother
football team has been drasti- ,"I would say that our 11 in All Stakes by two lengths at Aqueduct -' "Then I let him go. I hit him lapping over him. At that point
cally weakened at its strongest strength has been reduced 20 Eleven students in all were Pulled Awaya Hill Rise also was well-placed.
positions by an Honor Council per cent." charged before the council with Northern Dancer, winner of couple of times and he pulled Rounding the final bend with

request that six players with- The players were not named, violations of the honor code, apparently the Kentucky Derby and Preak- away. one-quarter of a mile to go,
draw from the school. under a policy of the Honor for cribbing on final ness, and the odds-on choice of "This horse has all the abilityin Quadrangle started to open up
"We lost four boys we had Council not to identify students exams. Two were ,exoneratedand the record Belmont Stakes the world. He can beat any :daylight with Roman Brother
counted on heavily, including involved in disciplinary action.I7foot the others were asked to crowd of 61,215, had to settle for horse in the land." second and the Dancer on the

leave the school. They would be third place as Roman Brother, Orientalist, a 40-1 shot, move.
eligible to apply for readmis- s 1 the mighty mite from Louis I showed the field through the !' For one-sixteenth of a mile it
sion next Feb. 1. : : Wolfson's Harbor View Farm I first mile with a half mile in looked as if the Dancer would
Vaulter 'We didn't have much came up for second place, four I 49 seconds, the six furlongs in stage another of his sizzling finishes .
depth," said Tate, a former lengths in front of the Canadian- 1:144-5 and the mile in 1:39 25. I and give the sport its first
Georgia Tech assistant hired in owned Dancer. But Ycaza had Quadrangle within Triple Crown winner since Cita-

December. to succeed Andy a wk Hill Rise, second choice, was striking distance from the tion in 1948, but Quadrangle was
Predicts HigherHOUSTON Gustafson, who became full- tl .:! fourth in the field of eight 3yearolds start and Hartack never was far full-of run.Jockey .

time athletic director. J half length back of
"That's where we got hurt- Northern Dancer.
AP Confident like lot of think. Vault- if if if
( ) a people in depth. We get injuries in key k Close to Pace i
Fred Hansen predicted Saturday -ing is much more. technicalnow. spots where these boys played f Manuel Ycaza sent Quadrangle
he could vault 17 and a It will get better, too.", and we get down to players who over the grinding 1%-mile

half feet. inferior. _-u_ u_____ ___ distance in 2:28: 2-5 after racing Ycaza
are really
Hansen, 23, son of a Cuero,
The ,Rice university graduate Tex., turkey raiser, gave a light Young Squad They're Fit TooTwo He close earned to the$110,850 pace from, boosting the start.his
student rode his fiberglass poleto rain that fell Stadi- ,
on Jeppesen
"We had squad to
a young total winnings to $340,499. The
a height of 17 feet, 1 inch um some of the credit for his start with. There were only five playful porpoises at the Florida World's Fair exhibit Rokeby Stable colt, a son of Has His MostRelaxed

Friday night, higher than any I history-making leap. seniors in the top 14. But I was line up for a "physical fitness check" by Stan Musial, direc- Cohoes-Tap Day, by Bull Lea,
other man.Hansen's. "Conditions were ideal," he pleased with the enthusiasm the tor of the President's physical fitness program. After watching had finished fifth in the Ken-

effort came at a U. said. "The rain cooled things off boys showed in spring practice."We the porpoises play baseball and basketball, the formerSt. tucky Derby and fourth. in the
S. Track and Field Federation 'and there was no wind at didn't expect to be great, Louis Cardinal great decided porpoises must be in ex- Preakness before he came backa RideBy
district championships. It was a bother us." : but we thought that if too many cellent condition to stage 10) shows daily. Standing by are week ago for a powerful sec-
quarter of an inch higher than The vaulters took about a 30-: didn't get hurt, we would do (from left) Skip McDonald, assistant porpoise trainer; How- ond against elder! horses in the

the pending world record set by minute break between showers.I well. Now, I just don't know. ard Jenkins, assistant manager; and Jim Hernandez, por- Metropolitan Mile. I was a little bit worried
It's hard to measure the dam- poise show trainer.TOP But baiiauay was his day as so I hit my horse, but not
John Pennel of Northeast Barely Missed NEW )
age at this time. he turned back the bid of Northern hard. He doesn't respond to
Louisiana State last Hansen a 168-pound 6-footer
year. Ycaza
"This is one of those embarrassing Dancer in a great stretch whip, you see. So I hit him
And Fennel the other missed 17-3%
only barely clearing Dancer's
things you hope you'llnever twice and he really let
vaulter to hit 17 feet, did it with later. He was over at that FIELD SET run.The Triple
have to go through. It Dancer, seeking to be- Man, did he fly! I knew we
one of Hansen's fiberglass height on his final try but rangle to
makes sick.
you come the ninth winner of the home then.
poles. Last Pennell borrowed -knocked off the bar on his the
year way "We had done
thought we a Triple Crown, couldn't even
one of Hansen's sticks down. good job in bringing these boys save second money for E. P. knew he kept calling to him 'Let's
and set his mark. He liked thepole around academically. Some of IN DIXIE 400ATLANTA ,Taylor of Toronto. Roman quarter of : the Belmont, let's get the
But he remained confident "' "
well he still has it.
so them kids who had not and left him "This
after the effort."I were I Brother came up
Owes a Pole caused kind of trouble.We : behind final sixteenth ride I
in the
us any lengths Two Lengths
"In fact, he still owes the Rice thought I could have made had warned them against (AP-Junior Johnson City, Mex., who will start on the of mile.
a a 3-year-old son
17-4 he said. "I know I
athletic department a pole. can such a thing as this. But you who will start in the pole second row next to Lorenzen. I Bill Shoemaker, astride the up more finished two lengths

Hansen said.Fennel make 17-4 or even 17-6. can't hold their hands every position, and Fred Lorenzen, Johnson, Ronda, N.C., won the Hill Rise from George A. Pope .for his of Roman Brother, with

competed Friday nightat Hansen: will compete next minute who has mad,,_ajiabit of winning .: pole position earlier in the weekI Jr.'s El Peco Ranch lodged never Dancer, 4-5 favorite
the-Compton, Calif., relays: Saturday in. the Olympic devel- "ThiS goes on everywhere, at Atlanta International]I I > piloting his 1964 Ford at 'an claim of foul against Bill Har- until I his victories in the Kentucky

He sat on the sidelines while opment meet in San Diego, and only some get caught. But Raceway, head a list of 35 driv. average speed .of 145.906, miles tack, up on Northern Dancer. coming and Preakness, third,
others struggled to get over 15-6 Calif., and after that he wantsto it's something that can't be. ers who will start Sunday in the, per hour for his four-lap quali- Shoemaker claimed the Dancer running lengths behind.

then missed all three of his own vault in all the big pre- condoned." I Dixie 400-one of the South'*: fying'run.' Lorenzen, Elmhurst, came over on his horse roundingthe
tries at that height. He has been Olympic meets. It would be almost impossibleat biggest stock car Ill., qualified at 145.405 in his final turn, but the stewards Hartack, who had ridden
plagued since mid-winter with I He plans to enter dental this late date, Tate said, to races. 1964 Ford. allowed the order of finish to Canadian-bred Northern
injuries. school either next fall or winter, fill the gaps through junior college Two other drivers given ar I stand. That placed Brave Lad in the Derby and Preak-
Pennel and Hansen both competed depending on whether or not he recruiting."The excellent chance of winning th. A controversy over special fifth, Orientalist sixth, Deter- took the defeat gracious

at the Modesto, Calif., relays -makes the Olympic team. good junior college boys race are David Pearson, Spar,. fire-fighting of the equipment on but some then mined Man seventh and Shook
cars popped ,
two weeks ago and the Hansen competed in the meet already have been signed," he tanburg, S.C., who will start o device up which eighth. have no excuses," he
Florida native then predictedthat unattached. His eligibility ex- said. "We couldn't find anybodyto the front row next to Johnson, equipment-a en- Quadrangle, trained by El- "He tried hard. He showed
the and driver in foam
Hansen would clear 17 feet pired at Rice last year. take the place of these kids." and Paul Goldsmith, Mexicc in gulfs of car its tests. liott Burch, paid $15.10, $6.80 ) could run a mile and a half,
case _fire-passed and $2.70. Roman Brother, an Tom "
in the near future. not fast enough.
PotentialHe Fire marshal Tom Gossett 839-pound package of dynamite the ninth

No Less Than EIGHT said the tanks of foam would piloted by Fernando Alvarez, Francisco if he was disappointed
also rated Don of his failure the
Meyers get hot and explode under just paid $8.10 and $2.90. Northern sweep
Boulder, Colo, as a potential the: normal heat of the automobiles Dancer, who went off the 4-5 vaulted the Crown, Hartack ''said:
17-foot vaulter. choice, was $2.10 to show. into first could it be a disappoint
but the tanks sub-
"He running and ? My horse ran his heart
was easy League.
"But no matter what they do, Four-Minute Mile jected to heat tests, passed and
Top could have taken the lead at any Haller's for me. I'm sorry he didn't
I'll win the gold medal in will be on the cars Sunday. gle by but I'm by no means dis
Tokyo," said Fennel Saturday Tiny Laird., the big fisherman I wasn't
---- ---------- er the He just good
when told of Hansen's achieve By BOB MYERS in coming international compe- Wash., high school student, l from Cross, S.C., led a list of Sanford ."

ment. COMPTON, Calif. (AP- tition. 13:44.0, and Danny Murphy l seven qualifiers Saturday, send- Cassius Vs. 2-2 with a who has had his tiffs

Hansen was quick to praisethe American runners have served No fewer than eight speedsters San Jose, Calif., State, 13:49.2. ing his ,1964 Plymouth round ,eighth. newspapermen, couldn't
fiberglass pole. notice on the world-Russia in bettered the once fabled Canada's Bruce Kidd, whospent the 1mile asphalt oval for giving the press a slight
I "It's progress," he said. "It particular-that they pose a sol- 'our-minute mile in the Compton -I most of the race in a four-laps at an average speedof The CamelCAIRO lieved

doesn't throw you over the bar id threat in the distance events ; Invitational Track Meet Friday -. fight for the pace with the; 142.704. victory of In Trouble

night crowd pleasing Lindgren, fin Eight drivers who could not (AP) Heavyweight Roebuck, 1 knew we were in trouble
Leading them was Dyrol Bur- ished a tired sixth, with no time qualify during time trials drew champion Cassius. Clay got the runs of all the newspapermen

leson of Oregon, who outkickedChicago's recorded. for positions 29 through 35. lip from a camel Saturday but took his us," he said with a grin.
young Tom O'Hara In Others qualifying Saturdaywere as usual the champ got in the
said he knew he was
R11 the gun lap. Burleson's time set the previous American Ken L. Spikes, Cordele, last word. The ,4"I "when I couldn't take the
record here in
'was 3:57.4, O'Hara's 3:57.6.: 13:43.8.Little. 1962 with Ga., 1964 Dodge, 136.734; Wen- Wearing the sweeping robes in the I at the turn for home. I
And in the 5,000-meter run the dell Scott, Danville, Va., 1963 presented him in Ghana, Clay Covington then he couldn't do it."

winner was fast developing Bob Jim Beatty, a belated Ford, 135.721; Larry Thomas, journeyed outside Cairo to view field wall I who was 27 in Janu,
$ Schul of Miami University of arrival on the scene, droppedout Thomasville, N.C., 1964 Ford, the pyramids. Like countless Tony I was making his fourth ride
Ohio whose 13:38.0. set an American with 2% laps to go. The 135.721; Curtis Crider, Charleston other tourists, he boarded a scored on I I the Belmont. Twice he had

record. North Carolina veteran obviously S.C.,1964 Mercury, 134.663. cameL John third, with Guadalcanal
This is just I three seconds off is not in form. I With Cassius aboard, the The I 1961 and Crimson Satan in
the world record set in 1957 by Trailing in order in the mile camel reared up, began to Dennis .
Russia's Vladimir Kuts13:35.0.Schul were Archie San Romani, Ore- Tied UpLOS prance around and make noises Orlando little fellow, touching two
i a strong runner, upset gon, 357.6; Morgan Groth Ore- like only a came} can. The cam- Jim Hart he had taken from
New Zealand's ace, Bill Baillie, gon State, 3:57.9: ; Jim Grelle ANGELES (AP-Dean el's owner sped to the rescue the horse's victory garIand- I

I ri whose time was 13:40.0. Not far 3:58.5; Bob Day, UCLA, 3:58.9; Chance of the Los Angeles Angels only to be waved away by Clay, Alou for my wife and one for
; back were three challenging Cary Weisiger, unattached from allowed New York only one holding on bravely and gradually seventh son, Manuelito" never
i young Americans-Ron Larrieu, North Carolina, 3:58.9, and high hit, but the teams went into taming the ship of the desert league singing the praises of
Los Angeles, 13:43; Gerry Lind- school youngster Jim Ryun,: extra innings with a scorelesstie "I'm the champ' proclaimed the left horse:
j : gren, 17-year-old Spokane,' Wichita, Kan., 3:59.0.: Saturday night. The only hit Cassius, "and I can tame a foul pole. think he can beat the best
off Chance was Roger Maris camel just like I handled Son- Sanford the country and he can do

; single with none out in the ny Liston." out i better than today."

j N seventh. through But in I again Hill Rise was a
finishing a poor
%PE Kansas Ace First PrepsterTo jas on Richie I He was second choice
SAN I being the favorite in both
and Preakness.

S Hl Crack Barrier ((3:59.0)LOS ) Agars Carrldo KUCMI cf H ss Shoe" Bitter

Cepeda IB usually amiable Willie
ANGELES (AP) Jim runs for Wichita's East High I D'enport Hart 30 2S first to enter the

Ryun of Wichita, Kans., bol-I School. He has a fine record in I NATIONAL* LEAGUEw. Lost Pet Behtatf AMERICAN We LEAGUE Lest Pet. ....,.. JMou HiUer 2b rf room after the race,
stered his national prominence I competition against older run San Francisco .. 29 11 M Baltimore ... 31 16 MO Hatter c bitterly about being
in the world of track becauseof Ptuladetpnia 27 II .400 Vl Chicago ... 27 it ju 1 Sanford p
ners. Two weeks ago at Modesto -i Pittsburgh ... .. 24 22 .542 3 Cleveland ....14 1*, JU S 70tI1P ) by Northern Dancer at
a race In which he finished Calif., he was third behind Cincinnati ..... 25 22 J32 T/ Minnesota _.. 27 22 .SSI i three-eighths pole.
1- eighth. St. Louis ........ 26 34 J2fl 4 New York ....23 1.S4 SW
Burleson and Tom O'Hara in i Milwaukee ..... 2$ 24 .s1' 4'4 Boston ......24 24 JOO TYt Totals had a sure third and may
i Ryun was eighth Friday night Chicago .. ... 22 24 M 4 Detroit .., 24 .422 It a-Wahed I "if
second he said
1 4:01.7. a
: even ,
Los Angeles.:..V 23 24 jot 4,4 Washington ., 21 39 Ml 12 J".ewrs ill
f in the first mile race in,history I Houston '/....22 21 .440 I xLos Angeles ...20 30 .ACt' 12VaKMIIS nett 11I11"SU -. I' Dancer hadn't crowd
I f gBB MW-5BM>"BH HB w r- K B HBI B in which eight finishers were all In Friday's race he was 'never New York .". ,16 Results 34 .320 14Yesterday's x-, City night 15 game.Yesterdays. 31. JZ 150"lIred PltitldelptJil. .

Uniform DayEightyearold clocked under the once unbe- among the front-running five,,, SM Francisco,.4. Philadelphia 2 .Resets E-None. got him to run again and
Los Angeles New York 2 Philadelphia
lieveable time of four minutes. staying off the pace, timing Milwaukee 4. Chicago tCfctcinrvitl Baltimore 2. Mmeseta 1 (. PI\ came on real well In the
Nelson Scarborough gets fitted in And Ryun is still a high school himself carefully. His strong I Houston at 3.Pittsburgh St. Louis rain.. night Detroit Boston 4,... Chicago Kansas City 3 4 28 Mart.,- HR.' but it was too late.
Jaycee Buddy Baseball uniform in distribution day boy-the first prep runner ever finish placed him across ,the I TODAY'S GAMESSt. Cleveland ...' Washington 4 Hermsfeill. a horse gets knocked off
2-4) at Chicago (EnsHouston New York at Los Angeles (tied M
Louis (Brogltt
yesterday at the Boys' Club. Bruce McCray, first to break the four-minute mark line ahead of Bill Delaney of i -w rta 4-41 after X toning*> jSanford it's hard to get him going
vice president of the Junior' Chamber of Commerce, He was clocked in 3:59.0 at Santa Ana Calif., running unattached :I son 37)Cincinnari(Farrell 7-1) at New York Jack- New York TODAY'S(Downing GAMES 21)'at Minnesota o Bennett-Detf w.3-4... ."
helps Nelson with the cap, while Boys Club executive the Compton Invitational Track and Southern California (OToole 3-2) at Milwaukee (Pascval 7-2) Roebuck U lodged a claim
;' director Mike Kreshka,looks on. More than Meet The winning time was Dy collegiate distance champion.:. San(Ooainger Francisco 3-5)(Bonn 1-1) at Pittsburgh Baltimore(Drabowsky(Pappas421 1-4).ntght at Kansas City a NIP-Faced-2 .Hartack, but it .was dis
hand. rol Burleson's 3:57.6. Times weren't kept on Delaney (Bliss 1-2),' night, Chicago (Herbert 1-)) at.Cleveland. (Donovan -Roebuck ( .
400 youths were on ,
2-11. iwgM Varao
< Los Angeles Kovfar S-4) at Philadelphia
(Sim fMt Of Coda Davis) Ryun is 6-2, weighs 155, and and Marin (Short 3-=), 091. I Only games Khe ,
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I Gainesville Sun Sunday, June 7, 1964. V .

Pancoast 'Sold' Spartans on Biasing New TrailWhat 'I

a difference a year makes. for just one of those things. It does lift a load off your difference between a small and big school this fall when the f

In the spring of 1963, Fred Pancoast, personable new Uni- shoulders." Gators take on Ole Miss here on.Oct. 10. I

versity of Florida offensive end coach, was somewhat disheartened V The Gators' end mentor said he believes there is a growingnew The week prior to that game the Gators play LSU in Baton 'i

young man in the head coach's office at the Uni- trend toward small college coaches moving into the big Rouge and the week after clashing with the Rebels the UP is I

versity of Tampa. school level "Paul Dietzel went- from Miami to LSU," he host to South Carolina. '.

t His dream of a banner, football season for his Spartans had noted, "and there have been others. I think age is a big The Gator coaches will be worrying about Ole Miss as well i

been dashed by an announcement right after spring drills factor. Youth seems to be the thing today in coaching." as LSU and South Carolina. l:

by Tampa officials that the intercollegiate grid sport t i f Pancoast could have stayed ;at Tampa. A civic-minded i iSloan

I would be dropped following the 1963 campaign. group got interested last fall and pledged funds to maintain Camp
Tampa had the unenviable task of facing a slate with such scholarships and continue football in the Cigar City. But he 1 I II 1

I names as Western Kentucky, Mississippi and East Carolina, made the change when Gator head coach Ray Graves offered Draws 23 I

among others, with virtually everyone at a low ebb in the him a position.He .

morale department.To season small college polls and played the Hilltoppers to a said he felt the opportunity to join the UF staff was From Area Service Center 1
compound the situation, five of Pancoast's best sophomores 14-14 deadlock. Western Kentucky went on to a brilliant year tremendous. "Any coach who wants to progress in his field 1
most of them starters, quit Tampa to>> transfer to and capped it with a lop-sided victory over unbeaten Coast has to make the move eventually from a small to a big HOWEYINTHEHILLSTwentythree CLEANING I
other schools where they still would have their full eligibilityin Guard Academy in the Tangerine Bowl at Orlando. school." boys from the 1 Io

front of them.It From that point on the Spartans lived up to their name. Pancoast had Interesting observations on his experiencesat Gainesville area will be among REPAIRING
would have been a good spot to toss in the towel. But They finished 5-4-1, remarkable under the situation. One loss Tampa. -"I think every small school has perhaps one or the more than 100 youths attend- ,
Pancoast, a one-time grid star at Tampa, is a man who can ing University of Florida bas- "We Rod
that the hard-
was to mighty Mississippi in Oxford, 41-0. At two players who could make the squad on any large schooLI
grab a challenge with both hands and bend it to fit. the trying Tampa team trailed only 7-0 with seconds remaining know I felt Tampa had two that could play for Florida. ketball coach Norman Sloan's Them Out" 1

occasions. until halftime and only 19-0 after three periods. But it's always like that, I think, at small schools. Here school here this week. Classes

He 'Sold' Them And How! And two other losses came by close scores, one when a though, the material is so much better and the players are open tomorrow. S Motor Block i

I Tampa player dropped a wide-open pass in the end zone; more specialized. Just look at the difference in coaching From Gainesville are RobertBo'd Flushed I
when first down the one-yard line ,failed to alone}At I had assistant."
last week he had to to work the other on Tampa, one Jim Batts, Sandy Cruich-- )
As he told it one day go
the theory of "selling" his gridders that they could blazea payoff in the dying moments of the game. And East Carolina, The Gator assistant- grinned broadly' with this one.ult's shanks, Tommy and Johnn) We Pick & Deliver
on trail in 1963. another power' (they beat Richmond worse than the Gators true that you learn more when you lose than when you win. Dulaney, Jim Davis, Frank

"I new tried to show them that we finally could play a football did) among small schools, had trouble getting by Tampa, You'd be surprised how much you learn when you're a six or Hartman, Tommy Pepin, Ed RADIATOR SHOP

season strictly for ourselves, for what we put and what 97. That's the game the Spartans had the clock. run out seven .touchdown underdog (the Spartans were that againstOle win Peck Jr:, Jack Ryals, Rich- White Electric V
when they reached the one-yard line. :Miss)." ard Michael Scott .
values we would get out of it I told them that this was the Squires, ,
last season, that we had a student body and fans who prob- James Wilson, Michael Wilson, & Battery
He Has the There Were
Experience High Spots Wilson Wilson,
ably didn't care whether we won or lost, In view of the Tommy Sandy
that he would be out-manned by our opponentsall Boyd Wooten, John Webb, :Mike Service
Precast Is happy to be a part of the Gators' staff and Actually, Tampa has had its high spots in past years. Sloan and Jimmy Roundtree.
this. eager for the opening of the "big show" next fall. He feels The Spartans beat Chattanooga a week after the Mocs upset From Starke are Emmett Ak- 118 N.W. 8th. Ave.
back last fall for the Psncoast
. smiled It was wryly a long as he reminisced, "After a Spartans.couple of weeksof his experience as head coach at Tampa two years has Tennessee for the first time in the school's history. And ridge and Dale Crosby and from FR 2.8581 I
served him well. there have been glory moments like
scoring leading early Cedar Key, Myles Smith.
practice and the usual amount of injuries, we couldn'teven
We didn't have enough players remaining." "At a small school," he said, "the head coach has to in the game against Ttnsessee, or maybe it was Alabama. ,
handle all the administrative details involved.. This means Pancoast also tossed this one out for digestion. "You know, !
The entire roster listed just 32 players.Standout I
recruiting, planning trips, making schedules, buying equIp- when Tampa played someone like Mississippi Alabama or i ALL ELECTRIC

J A Season ment, securing scholarship funds feeding and housing the Tennessee we never worried about that game itself. We HUNTER FIBERGLASS
players, locating practice facilities, handling job placementafter worried more about the one the week before and the one

Pancoast did a remarkable job of selling. The Spartans graduation, scouting, filming- all these things. the week after." FISHING BOAT SPECIAL

1 opened with Western Kentucky, a team ranked No. 3 in pre- "At Florida," Pancoast noted, "each coach is responsible The new UF staff member will understand full well the ,>'

h'::ft <, ."

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Kansas City : ''I
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With HomersKANSAS

MILWAUKEE (AP) Lee I Cubs. 'earlier this week and a former
CITY (AP) Home i.i I I The Braves' nullified I
Mayeslashed a two-run single rally a Brave, retired the first two Milwaukee .
runs by Tony Conigliaro, Dick r" *lon in the '
I seventh batters in the ninth before
Stuart and Lee Thomas in the with two out in the ninth inning that put the Cubs ahead 54. I Mike de la Hoz singled. 1964. 13' 3" HUNTER with steering wheel steering cobles
first two innings powered the Saturday, boosting Milwaukee to aluminum trim, forward casting platform forward casting seat
1 L-iutago reliever Lew Bur- CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE double bait wells, rod fielders, adequate floation. steering connector -
Boston Red Sox past Kansas a'.a'mra a 6-5 victory over the Chicago I I dette, acquired from St. Louis A'lfltano 2b 4000 Maye If brhbi 5022 Upstroke design, 1962 electric 18 H.P. Evinrude motor,
City 8-6 Saturday. --. J A Brock rf 5010 Mathews 3b 3200 gear box remote controls junction box switch key, 6-gallo.
\ Conigliaro smashed his eighth a Williams Santo 3b If 5111 4110 Torre Aaron c rf 3023 4131 i tank, 1964 Murray trailer, tie down strap, trailer lights.

home run following Chuck 4T ifV t FSU Grid Clinic Cowan Banks Ib cf 5 4111 2 3 Oliver Alou cf Ib 4000 4000 I Value . . . $802.95
leadoff walk in Boston's Schaffer c 4011 I $59500
Schilling's V V V V V Vw V Rodgers ss 3010 .I Frank PJiilpoH's price . .
five-run first. After one ;; Jackson p 1000 Menke sa 4000
connected for his P aBurke 1 0 0 0 de la Hoz 2b 4 0 2 0
Stuart .
out t: ,1Y Burdette p 1000 cW'dward 0100
11th homer. He also singled in a Slated McDaniel p 0 0 0 0 Spahn p 2110 Frank Philpott'sSport
J run in Boston's three-run second; 4 '. f x<, This Week bCIInt Sadowskl p 0000 1000

J and scored on Thomas' fourth. Yk', ; ao I dCarty Hoeft p 1110 0000 I I It -
, homer. I Totals J7 5 'S Totals 35411k t CenterNorth
.'E The Athletics knocked starter' TALLAHASSEE More than I annual basketball clinic are Grounded out for Jackson In 6th; b-
Forced runner for Sadowski In 7th c-
Lamabe from the moundin r .. 300 high school and college foot- Haydon Riley, whose Alabama Ran for de la Hoz In 'th; d-Singled of Belk-Llndsey'*
Jack ...
q t. Chkag .............. ooo Ml 400-J
the seventh when they rallied ball and basketball'coaches are team upset the Kentucky Wildcats Milwaukee ...............103 000 Ml-4 20 N.W. 14th Ave.

for four runs. George Williams expected here this week for the late in the 1963-64 season, out E-Matnews.when winning PO-A run Chicago scored), Milwaukee Z6-13. (2 "WHERE QUALITY SELLS ITSELF"FR '
with single and 27-13. DP Burdette Rodgers en-i 2.5011 or FR 6.6893
drove in a run a opening of Florida State's, 11th and Norman Sloan of Florida.In Banks. LOB Chicago f, Milwaukee 5.
scored on a double play. Then annual 2B Rodgers Williams Santo, Aaro.i. Open 5 to 6 p.m. Man. thru Fri. 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturdays
after Nelson Mathews doubled, 1 x a" ...laasaw coaching clinic. addition the entire Florida Torre. HR-Banks, Cowan.H R SFTorre.IP ERBBSO. I Other Times by Appointment

Ed Charles homered over the An impressive list of guest State football and basketball Jackson Burdette ,5....... 3 2.3 f 3 4 1 4 1 0 1 1 1 I HOME OF HUNTER BOATS, McCULLOCH

left field fence. <19K 1 speakers includes Wayne Har coaching staffs will assist dur- Spahn xMcOaniel L.. 1-3... 0 2, 1 1 0 0 MOTORS MURRAY TRAILERS! AND
Jim Gentile of the A's crackedhis din, coach of Navy's Cotton ing the clinic.Registration. Sadowskl" .y. '2-3 1-3 0 5 0 5 0 3 0 3 0,I JACKSON SAILING CANOES.
10th home run following S. Bowl team; John Bridgers, Hoeft. W 2-0./.I, 0" 0 1 1
x-Faced 2 men In "h.
Rocky Colavito's single in the whose Baylor Bears defeated the football -.
LSU clinic will be held all day Wed-
fourth. 1 in the 1964 BluebonnetBowl ,
BOSTON KANSAS CITE ; Paul Davis of MississippiState nesday and again Thursday,
rh M
t+ Schilling 2b abrhbi 4110 Causey ss 5010 DOG IS TAUGHT TO SIT AND STAY Southeastern Conference morning, followed by opening 1 r.Y,
2 2 Mathews ef S 1 1 0 sessions at the School
i Conlollaro,,rze'skl ef If S SO 2 1 0 Charles 3b S' 2 2 Trainer's Hand Means To Keep Position Coach of the Year in 1963; and University \
I Stuart Ib 4222 Colavltort 4110 Jim Hickey, coach of 'NorthCarolina's auditorium. Basketball clinic :
Gentile Ib 4 1 1 2
Malzone 3b 4110 'I
will be held
V Thomas rf 4 2 3 2 Atuiik If 401 0 1963 Gator Bowl registration Friday
I Bressood M 101 1 Bryan C 3110 SIT AND STAYEDITOR'S morning and sessions will be
Tillman e 3 0 2 0 Williams 2b 41 11 Champions.The
Lamabe p 3000 ODon'hu p COO 0 held in Tully Gym all day Fri. {
3' Helfner cMantlllaRadatr p 0000 100 OeGreen Bowsfield' p 1010 1000 football clinic lineup also day and Saturday morning.

p 0000 Mont'gudo p 0 0 0 0 NOTE This is the chances are he will, the includes George Terry, defen- .
bleu 1011Grzenda Hardin is to lecture
p 0000 the seventh in a series on dog leash is snapped upward and the sive genius and Paul Dietzel's I
f dEdwards Hcndrah'n p0000 1000 training by Harry M. Hatcher, dog is pushed down again to the first lieutenant at LSU and on around the Heisman Navy offense, geared winner I

t Tltlll 17. 131 Totals Mill trainer for the Alachua County sitting position. The commandis Army, and Coach Tom Jones, Trophy
!; Singled-Doubled for Monteagudo for Bowsfleld In 7th In Sth e-)riled b- German Shepherd Dog Club. repeated more forcefully.The who has compiled a record of Roger Staubach, All-American I
in 1963.
out for Heffner in Ittu d-Struck' out for This week's lesson is The Sit 77-9-4 at Robert E. Lee High quarterback as a junior ,

Gnenda lSoston.In Otto............. ')11- f"4Klnsas -. and Stay. trainer waits a few moments School in Montgomery, Ala. Hardin's Friday morning lecture i' I
City .............. COO 200 400-4 and if the dog doesn't will be entitled, "The Passing
City E-None.2714. PO-A DP--BowsfielaV Boston 27.10.Causey and break he pivots back to heel Guest speakers for the third Game with Jolly Roger." I
The next lesson is
Charles. Williams and Gentile.Causey ; '
Gentile: .
position without circling the dog. 0411.
Williams and Gentile Lamabe. to teach the -
Bressoud and Stuart. LOB-Boston f.Kansas dog to stay on This is done so the dog will not s.4 '
City 4. command. With the dog
2B-Causey. Conigliaro Green. Bryan, sittingon be tempted to get up, as he i I / .
Mathews Charles Colavito. HR-C"nlgllrro. the trainer's left side and might be if the trainer were to I
Stuart Thomas. Gentile. SB -
with the
leash in the right handas
; Thomas. Bressoud. pass in back of him. The dog is ,.
IP H R ER ISI SOc usual .;
the left hand is placed ;
Lamabe. W, *-3 .. 42.111 4 4 01 then told to stay and the trainer
Hefmer "' .. 1-3 1 : 000 around the dog's muzzle, and leaves him a second time. I I
i .. !
Radatz 2 0 0 1 2
t O'Donoghue, L4 N3. 4 5 5 3 0 the trainer steps forward with If the dog, after be has been'
Bowsfleld ....... .2-3' 3 3 0 3 the right foot. II
Monteagudo. .... 2 2 0 0 1 I told to stay follows the trainer "
Handrahan ..... 1 0 0 0 0 0 He turns and faces the dog. when he steps forward, the I A w C3V -
WP-BoWfiekS. P8-8ryan. U-Hurley.
p The command is "Sit and stay"with trainer, as he moves his right

the emphasis on the "stay." foot, should drop his left hand I, .* ,
i North Cage Notice that the dog's name is quickly and bounce the palm of I
not used here. The trainer his hand on the dog's nose. o ,> .\;.', a4j kf fir' ;r a fi

t[ Star SquadAnnounced should avoid saying the name Another correclttn Is for the I i :., V 1t ..'-4 SI

whenever the dog is to stay by trainer, as he steps forward to I ., eq Tvftl -; ,

limself. hold the leash short in his left ; LI 0 e r te
The left hand held in front of hand and jerk the dog back I <'J :'. :

The North squad for the the dog's muzzle, palm back, ward. :I : nr

t FHSAA high school all-star bas- is the signal to stay and should When the dog gets the idea I.I .. .". ... ..wl we' fended as sfave o

ketball game was announced he used whenever the dog is of remaining in the 'sitting position i i si Irs dffj 1 +lr ytiex f

yesterday by Carey MacDonald, left in the sitting, the lying the trainer slowly backs:! ** r.; the if/0i/alt
executive secretary of the Florida down, or the standing position. E: V 7 from him to almost the I.I.. .... rV sport shirts > +ti/ rti
Athletic Coaches AssocIa- If the'dog starts to move, and fUll length of the leash. I I II a erf

tion.The squad which will be! HUSKY, 6 H.P. RIDING MOWER I WHY DAD CANT he wonts for f ,., 1; s /a r 4e 4r

coached by Marvin Beck of state i Father's _.y. .t 'fi t r r
class AA champion Pensaeola I THE ISLANDER 4\

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WHITE SOX x : : :, .J-. Lema Ups Lead in ThunderbirdBy

ON ERRORCHICAGO =f<-o._.. "k.a "S.-" -ftSJ=: __. .

)', .K .. F WILL GRIMSLEY Nicklaus-, ,playing better gol' Souchak, who already has won missed a two-foot putt. ment victory promised the'lip-

(AP) -DIck Mc- a. -- .- l",, < m lS0. RYE, N.Y. (AP) Cham ;ach day after an opening roun ro tournaments this year but Lema acknowledged that he I smacking press: I

Auliffe scored on Ron Hansen's -;-- t- pagne Tony Lema- pulled of. /3, was tied at 210 with U.! ailed to qualify, for the U.S. was playing it safe, protectinghis "I sure hope I'm in here Sun-

error with two out in the ninth ;,.",":'.;j > another dramatic eagle in the : pen champion Julius Boros )pen two weeks hence, played lead.
feokf Saturday, giving Detroita clutch for a two-under-par 7( Tommy Jacobs each shootinj an erratic round. He bad con- day night. Bring your sleeping

4-3 triumph over the Chicago tiza Saturday and increased his leadto a 71 and Phil Rodgers, whc :ecutive bogeys at the third and The man who springs for bags. We're going to have a

White Sox that ended the Ti i9 three strokes through the bad 72.The 'fourth, but he rallied! with birdies champagne after every tourna ball. It will be a long evening."

gers' losing string at six games. third round of the $100,000 third round over the hilly, at the fifth, 10th and 12th. -
(. Thunderbird Golf Classic. He 6,573-yard Westchester Country

The defeat dropped the White had a 54-bole score of 205, 11 Club course started under Nichols, wild occasionally off

Sox out of first place in the under par. cloudy antes in winds that the tee, was all over the prem-

American League, one percentage Just when pursuers, were whipped up gusts of 20 miles an ises during his round but three A

point behind Baltimore, breathing hotly down hI, neck, hour. It was drizzling slightly big putts 20, 14 and 10 feet I

+ which nipped Minnesota 2-L I the slender slylist from San Le- when Lema came in with the -helped bring him home two I I I

andro, Calif., rolled in a 20-foot final threesome. I under par.Palmer I
Thomas Singles eagle putt on the ninth bole, Conservatively I who hopes to add the I 4
I Open to Masters
George Thomas singled withone and the pressure was off. later this month FLORSHEIMKNOWS
crown !
out for the Tigers but was Defending champion Arnold
playing even par golf as over his play, saying, "It's:
forced at second by McAuliffe, F Palmer his putter ice cold,
r'vdrs r t) .ajcFk if daring his pursuers to catch a crime to putt as poorly as I
Billy Bruton batted for relief dropped from the running witha
He took a fat six on the easy,
pitcher Larry Sherry and popped ,74 for 213 eight shots off the him.Bayer, Rodgers and Nichols did." I FATHER

to short center field. Han- f 4 s pace, but big Jack Nicklaus rallied were making threatening gestures

sen dropped the ball, allowing for a 68 which put him back when Lema, after shoot- par five 12th, hitting a bad two-1! BESTS
McAuliffe to all the iron and then taking four from':
score way into the fight at 210. ing eight consecutive pars, :
from first a.- the edge. Then he had a double
came to the uphill, 480-yard
Three Up bogey five at the short 16th,|
The Tigers, down 3-0, tied the r.. When Lema knocked in a ninth hole, a par five. where he overclubbed, got behind -;, I

game in the fifth inning. Jake four.foot putt for a hardearnedpar The tall Californian split the some trees and then

,.. .'!'li-tirow with a 9fifl yard drive.
Wood singled home two runs on the final hole, he found nii n**j -- -
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Norm Cash singled across the himself three shots ahead of and then laced a four-wood to I FOR COMFORT

tying run. wee seAwards former footballer Mike Souchak the green 20 feet from the cup. I THIS SUMMER -

and Bobby Nichols, tied at 208 He rolled in the putt for his
Pete Ward slammed his sixth :Mary Kelley swept awards in the Chester's loop going Into Sunday's climactic eagle while a large part of the I WITH

home run for Chicago in the sec with a brilliant 627 series and a 234 high game from i round for the $20,000 first prize. record 18,986 gallery was lined

ond. The White Sox added two scratch. She had a 753 set with handicap and a 276 Nichols, starting off with a 20- along the fairway and hugging HarcarALUMINUM

runs in the third. Tom McCraw high game four awards. (Sun photo). Foot birdie putt and scramblingmost I the green. i r

doubled, was sacrificed to third I The spectacular shot was:
of the way, shot a 70. Sou
and scored on Ward's infield reminiscent of the two he madeon
chat, the one-time Duke University -
out. Three walks and Mike the finishing holes Friday
end, fired a 71. .
Hershberger's infield single Free-Scoring Frays Big George Bayer came out when he birdied the 17th and WINDOWSALL

scored the other run.AAAU'U. of the pack with a streak of four eagled the 18th and surged pasta .

.., AT CHICAGO birdies in a row for a strong tightly packed field into first TYPES x
.brhki OB rhb Top Church Action move at the lead, but he three- place.
Wood :3b McCraw Ib 3110LeUch PUtted two of the last three Lema took three putts on the IndividualNeeds
e 0 0 cMlnoso 1 e
l p. : !... ... .! 11th for his only bogey. But he
Lvmpe Jo 4 o 1 1 .reel "'u v -- holes the 16th and 18th'for
Cash Kallr ib rf 3 3010 001 Ward Robinson 3b rf 311)Freahen 4 1 1 0 Free-scoring games marked Hall. a 68 which put him into a three- got the stroke right back on the Large Stock

Demeter e If 4000 S' 0 0 Hansen Nicholson ss :3000 I 600Wer Church League softball play at I Calvary 200 025 6 way tie at 209. par five 12th which he birdied On Hand Black Calf

? n 101 0 H'shb-oer ct 4121 City Park Friday night with Highland 34 ((13)) 2x-23 21 with two putts from 12 feet, almost for
Thomas cf-If 41 t B Martin c 4 0 0 0 : Venturi at 209 sinking his second eagle. ImmediateDelivery Perfect Brown
McAuliffe M 3 110 Peter 9 2010MOaifl five contests and one forfeit Gibson and Johnson; Alexander I
!..* p P 4000Phillip I00 o Fisher .2010 going on the records., ;.and Taylor. I At the 209 figure also were He parred In the rest of the _ Calf $2295Because

tie Southside Baptist picked Dp a First Meth. 013 033 111 11 5 Ken Venturi. San -Francisco'shardluck way, scrambling from the roughon
Sherry pl' D 1 guy who, with Sou. the final hole to salvage his
beNton cf 1000 win over Grace Presbyterianwhen No. Central 000 102 69 92
Tet.l* 21 4 S I Totals JJ 3 11Walked the latter failed field chak, started the way two shots
to he's
and par. probably
for Egan In fthi b-S.f* on a Loggins Summers; Strawn a regular Florsheim wearer
error for Sherry. In fthf e-Fouled out for team. and Addison.1st back of Lema, and Bob Duden, -and would like nothing better for Father's Day

McCraw Detroit In...211...%............. 000 010 Ml.-I In other results, Wesley Meth- Presby. 00004239103 the little Portland, Ore., pro than another pair. Incidentally, Florsheim Gift
Chicago ell tot 00 -* odist downed who putts croquet-style. State
E-Wood. Hansen. W ls. PO-A-Detroit Latter Day Saints 1st Baptist 004)() 133 x-11 16 2 Loop Certificates save shopping time.FAGS.
37.14 Chicago 27DP-Ward. Wets 8-2, Highlands Presbyterian rolled -Fletcher and Vidal CALL
and McCr_. LOB-Detroit .. Chicago ,. Grussmeyer Venturi shot an even par 72,
i IB McCraw. HR-Ward. S McLaln over Calvary Baptist 23-3 ; Powell, Hope and Langford. after a front nine 37, and Duden :
Wels. McC/aw. IP H .R ERUSO First Methodist topped North 'Parkview 3020201-8131 came in with his second straight May Expand FR 2-4361

McCUIn ........ 2 2-3 4 J 3 1, Central Baptist 11-9, First Baptist Kanapaha 010 100 0-2 62
Egan 11-32 0 0 0 01
Sherry. W, 3-3 ... 4 1 0 0 1 2 beat First Presbyterian by Bryant, Campbell and Thomas;I 12 TeamsLAKELAND
Lollch ..........1 0 0 0 0 1 the same score and ParkvlewB Cushr.nanJones
Marshall Cake
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Peters ..... 1-2 4 J 342
Fisher, L. t4'.3 1 1 0 0 3 apt 1st defeated Kanapaha and Kenyon.CITY. Telephone Co.
HBP-By Peteri (Demeter). (AP-The Florida McCOYBUILDING
Presbyterian LEAGUe
P8-Martln X U-Rwnge. Smith/
Stewart Honochlcfc. T-2.40. A-#,"'. Walker had W L Pet. State League may expand p
singles for
Budweiser 12 1 .923 5th Win
Wesley while Andrews had a Gainesville Wings I S Mi Eyes next season, but President

Duval Downs homer and single. Doak led Guy Schlitz Cleveland 310 10 ..131.23JTutsCI.v George MacDonald is concerned SUPPLY I
North Florida
THIS WEEK'S about this season's attendance.The CENTER 102 W. UNIVERSITY AVE.
Highlands'21-hit attack with two
singles, a double and a triple. 7:30 Schlitz vs. Guy Cleveland; f," Bud- Telephone Co. will go afte r Milwaukee Braves have NORTH MAIN I Free Parking on 1st Federal Lot
Its fifth straight win in High
Spotlitcs vs "USE CENTRAL CHARGE"Ofl,4tE
1 Owen and Allen had three hits Wings.Thursday j Springs softball play, when it applied to own and operate a AT 23rd_ BLVD. .;..;
each. 7:30. Guy Cleveland VI. Wings f, club next season at West Palm ,
vs. Budweiser. ---
Spurs Tuesday. --
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Duval Shoe Shop notched a opposes said. Hous-
Hal Ingman had two singles, Carton in second witha
10-6 win i (Division I) place
over Community Spot-
a double and homer to pace ,. wI.Pct. 3-1 record, takes on Rebels in ton is interested in establishing:
lites in a Community League Gainesville Llv 1 .157 Cocoa. I
First Methodist. Tueton had a Utility Depart. 5HavATampa 2 .714 the second game Tuesday night a farm team '
softball at Lincoln Field.
game double and two singles for North CWA 4 43J71 2 Ml I HIGH SPRINGS LEAGUEW But two more teams wouldn't'be 6'
L Pet.
t Seven runs in the second in- Central Baptist. Kenny hit a Pest Office 3 J .300 .North Florida Telephone 101.000 enough, he said Friday."I -

ning made the difference for home run for the losers. Sunnyland PwWU Packing I 3 4 I .143.42* Carlon Soitrieast Trans. 3 3 1 1 .750.750 think most directors around;, 1 .

Duval. R. Green led the attack David Bristowe had two homers Road Prison (Division 1 4 .143 FOIl Whit 0 2 .000 league would only expand oper-j i Wf96S/ -
0 3 .000
with three hits, A. Swan had a and a triple to lead First 11)W L Pct. Spur Rebels SCHEDULE .000 sting expenses, so if these two ,
Pulps Radiator
f I
pair for Spotlites as did F. John Baptist while Bailey had a Howard's TV S 1 .133 THIS WEEK'S T morrow towns were admitted I think you. ,

son. single, double and triple for the Gainesville Penn Chem Gas 3 s 2 2 .714.600 Southeast Transformers vs. Fort White could look for us to find two'

Duval 0721000-10 72 winners. Red Dulaney and B. Sunland/ Train. Can. 3 3 .500 Spurs v*. North Florida Tuesday Telephone Car more to make it a 12-team t

Spotlites 210 001 2. 6105 Hudson each had two hits for Gen.Medical Electric Students 2 1 J S .214.147 Ion vs. Rebels Thursday league." R .z..

Wilson and Hutchinson; Johnson First Presbyterian.D. Smith THIS Sinclair WEEK'S SCHIDULS 0 7 .000 Carton vs. Rebels Southeast Transformer I The league could then be divided .
vs. North Florid Telephone
and Foreman. Creshaw had three hits for 430. Post Tomorrow Friday into eastern and western
Office vs. Gainesville Gas
Parkvlew and W. Criss had two I. Penn Chem vs. Sunnyland; f:30. UtilIty Spurs vs. Fort WhiteTable I divisions. MacDonald said this
Rally Today for Roberts homeredfor Department vs. Howard' TV, Field costs and 1
t Kanapaha. No. 1; 4:30. Fulps Radiator VI. Road would lower traveling
The Gainesville Sports Car Kanapaha. Prison, I. Sunnyland vs. Mid Students Tennis increase rivalry for the all-star 0c
f:30 GE VS. CWA. Field No. 2.
Club will hold a rally today at Wesley 4000211-811 Wednesday and playoff games. He mentioned I

the Belk-Undsey parking lot in LDS 002 000 o.2 5 Sinclair':20, post vs.Office Publlxi vs. Suntandi':30 Hav-A-Tanv I. Smith Tourney Set Leesburg and Sanford as Don't Miss

the Shopping Center. Yates and Shipp; Brown and pa vs. GE, field No. 1, ':JO. Gainesville possible additions.
f Gas vs. Sunnyland; 8, Gainesville For OrlandoORLANDO II
1 Livestock vs. Med Students} 9.30. Penn i Attendance this season is on-
Chem vs. CWA Field No. 2 a
Thursday ly fair, MacDonald said.St ..
Baltimore Bullets Ready 430. Post Of/Ice vs. Pulps" Radiator, The Orlando Is with The Boat.
I, Penn Chem vs. Road Prison ':JO. Open table tennis tournament Petersburg leading .
Hav-A-Tampa vs. Sunland, Field No. 2. about 1,000 fans a game. Lake-
with entries
Saturday expected from 10
f ':30. CWA vs. Post Office t. Gainesville land is last with about 200.
I To Show Profit Finally Livestock vs. Howard's TVs f:30. southeastern states-will be heldon
Smith Sinclair vs. Utility Department Saturday and Sunday, June "Lakeland isn't drawing, BEGIN 1'0
Field No. 2.
MacDonald said. If things don'tget
CHURCH LEAGUE 2021.( This two-star tournament
I Associated Press Writer at the end of the .
Sports tailspin sea
(Division I) I will be held in air conditioned better I don't see how the!
I BALTIMORE ,(AP-The Baltimore son. Even so, their 31-49 season wLPd. ,
be back next
Latter Day Saints 4 1 .100 Orlando Municipal Auditorium.The club can again I
Bullets looked into their record was a six-game improvement Highlands Presby. 3 2 .600 I
First Baptist 3 2 .600 tournament is being sponsored year.
financial future Saturday and the previous SAVE NOW!
year. i aV
I Kanapaha Presby. 3 2 .600 by Martin Table Tennis MacDonald said, "That's one '
I made a startling discovery: On the of season-ticket North Cen. Baptist 2 3 .400 I
eve a Grace Presbyterian 0 S .000 i Club of Orlando and the Orlando thing we've got to decide beforewe i '
They have a chance to show a drive, Hoffman said all ,but a (Division t
11)w think about adding clubs. fIt a
Department There ,
I t. Pet. 1 .
f the next basketball
" profit few of last year's more than 300 i 0 1
First Methodist 1.000
season. ticketholders have Parkview Baptist 4 1 ..MOSouthside will be events for men, women, Can we count cn the eight we: f
Baptist 2 2 .500 novices, seniors and juniors. have',this year?" :
That's quite an achievementfor their plans and another 100 have Wesley/ Methodist 2 3 .400

a club that has gone deeper been added. The goal is 1,500.. flnt Presby.Baptist 0 2 S 3 JOO..400Calvary I

into the red than Castro's Cuba "That would give us a good THIS WEEK'S Friday.SCHEDULE II

during the past three years. hard core of fans to assure financial 4:30. First Mfttwdist vs. Grace Presbyterian I I Open Your Florida

While based in Chicago duringits success," Hoffman said. land Presbyterian; .. First Presbyterian':3Q. Wesley vs.Methodist High- Corn Growers. 5-

first two National Basketball "We can't depend on promo. vs.,Norm Central Baptist Field No. i National Savings
U ':3Q Calvary Baptist vs. KanapahaPrsbyterleni
Association seasons, the organ!. tions the backbone has to be S, Parkview Baptist vs. .

I ration lost an estimated $250,000or season tickets." vs.First Latter Baptist Day Saints.':300 Field$ouflsldBaptist No. 2. Get HiYield Account Soon

more each year. In Baltimorethis .

past season the deficit
dropped below $100,000. '

Three factors point to a sharp with Du Pont Next year at this time you'll be happily making and arranging -

reversal next season: Lucrative & } s your itinerary thanks to a little advanced planning!
and club television f
league contracts

I an improving young : Nu GREEN. l You'll find it isn't hard to do once you've got the saving
, team, and public acceptance off I II

i f Baltimore's NBA. re-entry into the habit. Come in soon open your account or add to

: General Manager Paul Hoff I the one you already have we think you'll like our friendly

man said the Bullets figure to 45S lIuJIII.WCIEISTAIIT I and courteous service.

receive about $100,000 from the '.i'a I t

I $1 million league television 45,tfI1'IOGN I

t package, and pick up another '', ..............-..II. a UDriy. ewcwfrstod source.f I
v. .. *Thts SMBW tm is tee See Us For All Your Banking Needs
$100,000 from local television 0 ady ......It..................... I
radio rights, concessions, endorsements wYMe ITiro I

t and sale of programs It t:

sdMaaal-Hu4)ra.* M>sol i
; But things were a bit touch- 1w0a10......-".nlMinl tad+ing Ios8oL !
n..o ass eAaaaa r Mllbb M 4 ihe.a x -FIe ri d.a
:: tnd-go last year as the Bullets Mara ..l_. I I :>>
!I lost 12 of their first 15 games The only motor scooter with a lifetime guaranteed trans i

and losses soared above $100- mission. Now. she models to choose from starting at the .

' 000 before the season was half lowtst VESPA history $269.eStreit's' EASYJOWLYtoeasty 1s.asarr'UO11 Iarw.eelsa NATIONAL BANK AT GAINESVILLE

over. For a while, dab promo- ., *=ftpsat -

1 nose accounted for about 60 perceat 'Bicycle Shop .gu.....a....R..R.....aer...b............ to plan

of the: home attendance.As : GAINESVJLLE, FLORIDA

the promotions lured the 615 W. AVE.
PH. FR 6-7761
fans, the young team jelled and Member: Federal Reserve System 'With Nation-W Facilities

'\ won All Star U of game 20 games break.after the \\Tit! KNfcort SlId. Company Federal Deposit! Insurance Corporation -

. After upping their record to: Division of Aigrwr Seed Company Florida National Group of Banks -
1 Mad.,fe acct tfetftetta Ml ft*W ctItI.
17-34 I in a run fer a playoff I. Alacbia, 441 SMIII ..... 462.1241a.
beta, fee Bullets went late a 4-13
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I NEW YORK CAP) Tommy I. Wally Moon, who played right Assistant Sports Editor

Davis and Frank Howard were field in place of Howard, sin- '

I benched Saturday and the; gled home two runs in the 1'r The annual supremacy of University of Florida golf-

1 shake-up paid off for the Los: Dodgers' three-run third inning. ers is expected to come to an abrupt halt next weekend "

Angeles Dodgers in a 9-2 victory I II And rookie Wes Parker, who when the Sun City Open swings into action. L I

over the New York Mets. took Davis' place in left field, The townsfolk should I I

I singled in the fourth and scoredon with glee in the absence of romp the ford, a University student who

John Roseboro's double. 4* .. { f454 \ Gator golf team, including last '.won the club championship dur-
Rookie LeadsIndians'Win Parker also ing the spring and Ger-
1 singled in the sixth, year's king Laurie Hammer. young
starting another three-run burst : ry Green and John Shirley.
) Hammer and UF captain

that knocked out loser Jack j, ;;zcy s Richard Leckey leave Fridayfor White Tees
4 : Colorado Springs Colo., to Play will be from the white,

The 'shakeup by Manager compete in the NCAA tourna. or regulation, markers at the

CLEVELAND (AP) -Rookie Walt Alston, following Friday ment. The remainder of the i club which is rated in excellent

Bob Chance belted a homer night's 8-0 shutout by the Mets, ,4ta; 4 aw ,I1Chester's team won't be back in school' condition. The distance ,is 6,320

double and two-run single Sat was a drastic one for the World until the fall. yards.An .

urday in backing the Cleveland Series champions. Tommy I' entry fee of $5 must be -;:

Indians to a 6-4 victory over the Davis was the National League ____n__._...___._, ._ Door OpenIt paid to club pro Bill Etheridge i
Washington Senators. batting champion the last two leaves the door wide open before teeoff time. The field is

and Howard is the team's for such talented club playersas k, .
years Champions expected to easily surpass the
Jack Kralick
Southpaw won
leading home run slugger. Ed Stephens Clayton Hawk, 86 of last year. ED STEPHENS J
his sixth of seven decisions and Phil Ortega, who survived a 315 Chester's Champions i Jack Vidal, Frank Miller and

ran, his scoreless inning stringto bases loaded situation in the This threesome won the championship in the Chester's Garage Coffee League Gordon Bullock.

\ 16 innings, but failed to fin. second when he struck out Fisher this year. From left are Avis Leilich, Helen Sisler and Helen Parker. (Sun photo)
ish. He was tagged for Chuck Four current touring pros Local Nine
knocked out the
was by Legion
Cottier's homer in the eighth Tommy Aaron, Dan Sikes, Dave

and four straight hits in the Mets in the fifth. I Regan and Doug Sanders all
Winner Bob Miller came In Rules Asked
ninth before giving way to Don Tighter Safety ,captured the title while members -
and fanned Joe Christopher
McMahon. of the Gator squad. -
_I leaving the tying runs on base To Open Campaign

I Chance, a 222-pound outfielder .' and also turned back a Met Eighteen holes will be played
accounted for the first Cleveland threat in the sixth. For 500' Race both Saturday and Sunday in

run in the second with a LOS ANGELES abrhbt NEW YORK abrhbi Indianapolis the all medal play event at the The Gainesville American the mound for the opener to-

single off Bennie Daniels after Wills ss 5121 McMillan ss 4 1 1 1 Golf and Country Club. Legion baseball team will open morrow and Tommy Simmonswill
Gillian$ 3b 3210 Hunt 2b 5021
John Romano doubled and Fred Werhas 3b 0000 Gonder C 5010 INDIANAPOLIS (AP) The urday, triggering a seven-car that two-time winner Rodger its season in a double-header hurl the nightcap.
\Vhitfield singled. W.Davis cf 5123 ChrTpher rf 4 0 1 0 Put in Flights tomorrow night against an At- Simmons played with Gulf
Moon rf 5O22Kran'p0011b4010 Indianapolis 500 .mile race pile-up which claimed his life Ward drove to second place this
Whitfield homered in the sixth Fairly Ib 4000C.Srnith 3b 4000 lanta team that is on a tour of Coast Junior College last season
Parker If 5220 Taylor If 3000 should tighten its safety rules, and that of Eddie Sachs of Detroit year said his group was con Players will be placed In

and Chance followed with a tremendous Roseboro c 4 1 2 1 Hickman cf 2000 1100 the head of the association of as exploding gasoline sidering up to a dozen recommendations -flights for Sunday's round according -Florida. and is eligible for Legion baseball -

drive over the center Torborg' c 1010 Fisher p 0000 owners' entered in the The Georgians won the state since he has not reachedhis
Trace ski 2b 311 Locke p car event tanks touched off a holocaust to offer the U.S. to Saturday scores.
field fence at the 410-foot mark. Ortega p 2110 aSteph'son 1000 championship in 1961 and 1962 19th
Miller p 2000 Sturdivant p 0 0 0 0wniey suggested Saturday. which engulfed the width of the Auto Club's rules committeenext There will be A and B divisionsin birthday.

WhitfieH added another RBI p 0000bCan'zzaro Milwaukee businessman Robert track.' Tuesday in Indianapolis.These the championship flight and and were runnerup last :year. Local players will Include

with a single in the seventh aft Totals 41 14 0 Totals 34262 1000 Wilke recommended a minimum included: then additional flights of eight First game will be at 6:30 I Combs, Jim Culpepper, outfield.

er Leon Wagner singled home Grounded a-Flied out out for for Willey Locke in In 9th.6th; b-. weight for cars, a ban on Many drivers blamed heavy players each. p.m. with the second contest to er; Bill Deas, pitcher; Jack

one run and Romano was pur- Los Angeles ................003 103 020- racing gasoline, a limit of the loads of gasoline which is morehighy 1. Place rookies in the rear of follow. I Eckdahl, first baseman; Mike
New York ......*..........000 020 000-2 also .
walked. the them Several outstanding juniors
posedly E-c. Smith. Gilliam. Sturdivant. PO-A Fuel loads, and a rule that rookie flammable than the alcohol starting field to keep Wesley Dicks, Gainesvill. Gibson, shortstop; Rick Guen-

WASHINGTON abrhbi. CLEVELAND abrhbi -Los Hunt Angeles McMillan 277.and New Kranepool.York 279.LOB-DP- drivers automatically start at racing mixture normally out of heavy traffic: "They need should put in a bid for the High School baseball coach, is' ther, catcher; Howard Hamilton .

Valentine! rf 4OlOHowser ss 4000 Los Angeles .. New York 10. the ,back of the 33-car field. used, for making the accidentthe a race or. two to get used to the title, headed by club junior tutoring the local Legion nine outfielder; Brian Hipp

Hinton Kennedy If 4120 4000 Davalillo Wagner If cf 4130 4111 SB-W 78 -. W.Davis Davis, Christopher.2, Roseboro McMillan. Rookie Dave MacDonald, 26, worst at the Indy oval since track and 'the traffic," Wilke champ Billy Armour. this season. second baseman; Ed Pavelka,

Zunmer Skowron 3t 4110 1111Roinaroc Whltf eld lb 4232 3110 Ortega .__.......IP 4234 H R 2 ERBBSO 2 3 2 of El Monte, Calif., spun on the 1933. contended. And then there's Jay Scrof. He will have John Combs on first baseman outfielder; Pete

Leppert lO3lHeIdrf' 0000 Miller. W. 1.3 .... 4 3.3 2 0 0 2 4 second lap on the race last Sat. Wilke presiding officer of the 2. Limit fu loads to 45 gal Roberts, first baseman outfield
Hunt cf 30 II-0 Chance rf 4132 Fisher L, 3-4 .....S 2.3 10 7 6 2 3
bKIng 1000 Kindall lb 0000 Locke ........... 13 0 0 0 0 0 sociation and owner of the car, Championship Car Owners As- lons, forcing frequent pit stops. er; Wayne Rick pitcher; Dale
Cottier 2b 3121 Alvls 3b 3000 Sturdivant ...... 2 3 2 2 1 2
cPhilllps 0001 Brown 2b 3001 Willey.......... 1 1 0 0 0 0 MacDonald was reported carrying Buddy League Turlington, outfielder; and Sim-
Darnell p 200 Krallck P 4000 WP Sturdivant. PB Gonder. U- up to 100 gallons of gasoline.
Bridges 0000 McMahon p 0000 Barlick. Donatelll Landes and Steiner. mons. j
Lock 1000 T-2:57. A34730. Blanks 3. Forbid use of gasoline. The remainder of the schedule .

etBlas'ame Cheney p 1000 0000 Cincy 4. Establish a minimum :

Totals 35 4 10 4 Totals 33 (11 ( I of at least Opens Monday
1,200 poundsfor
a-Struck out for Bridges In 8th; b- Pay.Yisits June 16, at DeLand 7-30;
Fouled out for Hunt In 9th; c-Hit sac cars. in contrast to the light June 19, Ocala June 20 Fer-
rifice fly for Cottier In 9th; d-Filed out -- ; ,

for Washington Cheney In.. ........,000' 000 011-4 STANFORD, Conn. CAP) Cardinals 30CINCINNATI < in er this weights of rear-engine cars Over 250 boys eagerly are dy Moore, Randy Burford Gary I nandina Beach; June 24, at Lees-

., Cleveland .., .... ., .. C20 002 20x-t There is always much secrecy year's race. "This would awaiting the official opening of Lane Ray Cauthen Clinton burg; June 26, Palatka; July 1,
E None. PO-A Washington 24-12. prevent someone showing
Cleveland 27*. DP-Howser. Brown and !attached to the building of up league play in the Jaycee Bud Thompson Billy Powers, Jack at Fernandma Beach; July 10,

Whitfield ron. LOB; -Daniels.Washington Kennedy 5, Cleveland and Skew-6. America's Cup yachts'but A. E. (AP-John Tsi- burn gave only singles to Edwards with bug a Wilke dangerous said. too light dy Baseball program at the Gardner David Heathcoat Starke; July 11, double header

2B Romano. Cattier, Chance LeI :'(Bill) Ludcrs Jr., designer and touris and Sammy Ellis combined in the fourth and Tsitouris Boys' Club. The Dodgers and Joey Dowling Phillip Alexan. with DeLand; July 14, at Ocala:

pert Chance Hinton.Cottier.Skowron.SB Hinton.HR Whitfield.Davalillo builder of the new American on a five-hitter'' Saturday in the fifth. He suffered his 5. Require that all fuel tanksin Athletics are set to kick off der, Craig Cauthern Mike July 16, at Starke; July 17, Lees-
Wagner. SF- Brown Phillips.IP H R.ERBBSO Eagle, says: night as Cincinnati blanked St. third defeat in five decisions.Night pit area be buried under- league play in the Seminole Miles.. burg: July 21, at Palatka.

Daniels L. S-4 .. 6 I 4 1 1 2 "We know pretty much what Louis 3-0, two of the runs scoring ground. League at 1:30: p.m. Monday. Braves, Pat Padgett captain;
.... .... .
Bridges .1 3 2 2 1 1 GameSt 6. Increase fire-fighting per.: Chrysler Corporation
Cheney ... ...1 0 0 0 0 1 the others are doing, or closeto on Jerry Buchek's error in LOUi: CINCINNATI The list of players taking part Donald Brooks, co-captain;
:xKralick W. 6-1 .... 10 4 4, 0 5 it. For instance Olin -the first abrhbi abrhbi sonnel and equipment. I Space DivisionNew
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. in the Seminole League: Randy Ricky
McMahon .1 0 0 0 0 0 Flood cf 3000 Rose 2b 3000 7. Require that fuel tanks be ,
Pitched to 4 men In fth. paid us a visit and I went Groat ss 4010 Harper If 4110 the 9 and 10 year old group) er, David Drylie Mike Smith Orleons
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1 57. A-2.308Besua up to City Island to see his boat.i Boyer 3b 4010 Coleman qb 3 1 1 1 Phils, Steve Hanks captain; Buzz McCray, Joey Robbins, interviewsin
eighth when his cars ancfthen be attached to the
arm tightenedafter
James If 4000 Robinson rf 2 0 0 0
rain forced 22-minute McCarver c 3 0 3 'Cardenas ss 3000 frame. Both MacDonald and Hal Ingman, co-captain; Jerry Steve Sutterer Danny Burden,
1 AL Boxes -I Lewis"rf 4000 Edwards c 3010 Dowdy Greg Dudley, Wayne Ricky Sharp Kevin Rolfe David GainesvilleJune
Friday delay. Ellis retired the Cardinals Buchek 2b 3000 2 0 0 0 Tsitouris 2010 Purvis Randall Heron Bates McCann Jack Gardner Kenney
Washburn p p ,
on two hits in the final two 1010 Ellis 1000 tanks on each side of the cock I I
L aLong p Mac Tancsley Steve, Sykes John Box Hugh I
Fox For:
Night Game innings.The Taylor p pit. Race winner A. J. Foyt '
abrilbi sbrhbi NEW YORK LOS ANGELES bWarwick 1000 Morris, Guy Harvey, H a ro 1 d' Gunter Rusty Harvey. I VALVE TECHNICIANSMinimum
33 0 4 0 Totals 27 3 4 1 compared it with sitting "in
Blas'm 2b 4100 Howser ss 4210 alt r" iii abrhbi Reds scored Totals a
all of their
Ken'dy IS :3110 Davie 'cf 4122 Kubek ss 5010 Pearson cf 4010 a-Singled for Washburn in 6th; b-HIT bathtub of Brook, Mike Shannon Peter Pirates, Roger Revell!, captain -
Hinton If 4000 Wagner If 4000 Rlch'dsonlb3l 0 0 Moran 3b 4110 runs in the first off Ray Wash. ,into force play for Taylor in 9th. gasoline. Uoskal, Richard Addison, Alan ; Greg Webb co-captain; 2 years experience In
King rf 3112R&no c 3010 Tresh cf 5130 Clinton rf 4132 burn I 8. Enforce the rule that tires assembly repair, refurnishment
Skow'n lb 4031 Whitfd Ib 4000 Howard c 401 OAdcock Ib 3000 who pitched a four-hitter. st. Louis .................. 000 000 000- Fraser Mike Quick, Tommy Chuck Mendenhall Joe Broil- test set-up and functional check.
Brumley c 4100 Chance rf 3020 Howard 4010 Satrlano c 4000 Tommy Harper's single, a hit Cincinnati ..o. .......... 300 000 OOx-3E used in the race be tested and David Sneed Steve nan Jimbo Rowland Steve out of critical mechanical. pneumatic
Hatchett ,
Zimmer 3b>> 4 1 1 ObGrant 0000 Lopez If 5 0 1 Kirkpat'k If 4130 proved at the track the I cryogenic hydraulic, and
Val'ntne cf 4011 McMa'n p 0000 Marts lOllKoppess 4010 batsman and Gordy Coleman's Po-A-St. Louis previous Walsh, Charles Rowland. Benesh, Kenneth Roper, Ray- electrical/ .type valves and con,
Narum p 3000 Alvis 3b 401 0 Pepitone Ib 400 OKnoop wb 2010 -Buchek Coleman. summer. World road racing .
double in first ponents used In missile construction.
the ,
Duckw'th p 1 0 0 0 Brown 20 301 0 Boyer 3b 100 OBellnsky 2000 brought run. 24-15 Cincinnati 27 7. DP-Washburn Bu ford Langford David Redding,, .
Duck'th p 1000 Rames p 2000 bBlanchard 1 0 0 sFregosi p 0001 After a walk to Frank Robinson chek and. LOS-St.White Cardenas Louis 9. Cincinnati Rose andColeman. 3. champion Jimmy Clark of Scot I Cubs, Rusty Witt, captin; Billy Kevin Rolfe, Darrell Minnich reading Good blueprint ability required.and schematic
a Fran'na 100 0000 !
Llnz3b Steve
I A'rnathy p 000 Terry p 2010 R. Lee p 0000 leaded the bases, Buchek I 2B-Groat, Coleman. SB-Harper.' land was leading the race when Warner, co-captain; I Steve Wilson, David Harrell I

Held rf 1000 Hamilton p 0 0 0 0 fumbled John Edwards' IP H R ERBBSO chunks began falling off one tire ,Simmons, Mike Wilkerson, Kevin ,
cMantle 1000 two-out Washburn, L. 2-3 6 ,4 3 1 1 4 Greg Griner Steve Thomas. and
Totals 34574 Totals 33302 Renlff) p 0000 grounder, allowing Vada Pinson Taylor .........2 0 0 0 1 1 setting up a vibration which Eiwer, Richard Hunt, Joe I INSPECTOR.FINALFUNCTIONAL
Dodgers Liston Pickren
_Filed out for Rames In Tth b-Ran for Totals 37 2 9 2 Totals 31 318 3 a-Singled for Washburn In 6th; b-Hit and Pat O'Byrne Patrick I captain -
broke his causedthe Willis ,
Chance in 8th.Washington in 6th and Coleman to score. into force play for Taylor in 9th suspension !
Belinsky David
a-Hit sacrifice fly for ; Spongberg
,St. Louis ._ ,.............. 000 000 006-A Steve ; cocapthin -
b-Struck out for Boyer In Otto; cStruckout I All of the hits off Tsitouriswere Cincinnati '..-. ....-....- 300 000 OOx-3E wheel to tilt, dangerously.Clark (Tracy, Greg Baggesen, ; Fred Pace, Steve Berry,'I CHECKOUT
In tth.
000 JOt 11*-5 for Hamilton Steve Wilson -
Po-A-St. Louis able to the :Johns Bobby Sloan,
singles, two in the fourth -Buchek. Coleman. was stop car ,
Cleveland 100 000 n0-3 I Bu Paul Lambert, Lamar Harrison, I
24-1S .Cincinnati 277. '
New York 200 100 MO-2*' and two in the seventh. The chek and White; Cardenas Rose and safely after a perilous ride down Bryant Newsome, and Mike
E-Ram Alvls. Whitfield PO-A LOS ANGELES 002 001 OOx- Bobby Toombs Weber 3-5 years experience performing
Washington 27-4. Cleveland 27-9. DP-Kennedy Cardinals loaded the bases with Coleman. LOB-St. Louis 9. Cincinnati X the straightaway at 150 miles Richard Coleman. final checkout of complete missile
28 Coleman. Steve Thomas Chuck Anderson
Blasingame and Skowron. LOB -' E-Knoop. PO-A-New York 24-11. Los -Croat SB-Harper. ,
Angeles 2715. DP-Richardson. Kubek one out in the fourth but Tsi. IP H R ER BBSO per hour. Giants, Donald Suereth captain systems In accordance with
Washington 4. Cleveland 7. : Glenn Whittington, Jody Dru.I, established test procedures. Tech.
Washburn L. 2-3 4 3 1 1 4 .
HR 2B-Alvll..King. Davalille.Kennedy SB.Howser.xNarum.W.33 Skowron., Howser, Angeles and Pepitone.7.28Maria.. LOB-New York 12. Los touris, now 2-3, induced Johnny Taylor ._..._...2 0 0 0 1 1 The U.S. Auto Club will openan ; Mason Padgett, co-cap ash, Bobby Cook Freddy Hew. nical schooling or training re
: 773314Duckworth Knoop. Kirkpatrick. Kubek. Lewis to force Bill White at the Tsitourls, W, 237 4 0 0 2 4 investigation into the Sachs. tain; Victor Spencer, Walter quired.
S Knoop. SF- I Ellis '..''...... 2 2 0 0 0 3 ett, Ty Sterrett, Mike Isaac,
Rames, U ,-4 744305Abernathy 210011 HR FreflOSU-Clinton. SB-Tresh plate and got Buchek on a fly HBP_By'Washburn (Pinson), by Tsitouris MacDonald accident at its meet Anderson, David Drake Ricky and Joey Stanford.
111010 IP H R ERBBSO (Flood). U-Smith, Gorman. Pele- Ronald Heron Ron- To arrange for OH interview'
to Pinson. : ing next week. I IGrounded rtoorhous,
McMahon 100002 Terry. I. U 5 1.3 10 3 3 1 3 koudas. Williams. T2:12. A-.17.38i. Athletics, Randy Hodges cap- Call or apply in person toM
x.Faced 2 men In 8th. Hamilton 1230 0 0 0 0 After the first inning, Wash- ain Mike
; Branch co-captain ,. G. GANAGA
Gap -by Narum Chance. By Duckworth Reniff 1 0 0 II 0 1Belinsky. I ; .t 372-8333.
Romano. Baik-Narum. U-Stevens, Valen w, 3-3 < '7 2 2 3 2 Mike Seaton, Jimmy Centifanto The University Inn from 12
tine. Napp Rice .T-2:25. A-4.<2t. R.Lee 3 2 0 0 1 4 Friday NL Boxes .
BOSTON .KANSAS CITY McKinley Chyiak Soar. Salerno. T Narvaez Mike O'Byrne, Brian Leland, noon to 8 p.m. on Jun. 12

abrkbl brbbl 2:49. A-29,711. Tim Mote, Milo Helton, bye only.
Jones 2b 4112 Causey IS 4131 Night Game NIGHT GAME ,
Con'aro If 4232 Wil'ms 2b 5000 Night Game CHICAGO MILWAUKEE. HOUSTON PITTSBURGH Night Game Abbey, George Holston, Mike,
Mania cf abrllbl a..rllbll. abrkbi abrhbi abrhbi Davis, Mark Johnson Steve I
2000 Col'vito rf 4 I 1 1 Wins On Sch'f1d 4 1 2 0 abrhbi. abrkbi
Spang'lr If 4 0 I.2 ss I
Stuart Ib 5114 Gentile Ib 4010 A'lftno 2b 5122 Mayo If 4000 I cf 4010 Killer 2b 4121 Roias 2b-lf 4320 Mathis, Patrick Mike Corporation
Thomas rf 5231 Charles 3b 4232 Wood 3b 5021 H'sbr r-cf 4 1 2 CLumps Brock rf 4110 Math'ws 3b 4 0 1 0! Fox 2b 3000Virdon Allen 3b 4012 Tracy,
White cf 4 1 2 0 d..lofa 1 0 1 1 McCovey If 401 2 SPACE
Mairne 3t> 2100 Bryan c 3000 2b 5031 Wels 2b 4120 Williams If 4220 Aaron rf 4120 Bond rf lOllCiem'te rf 4011Asnti Garrido ss 0 0 0 0 Callison rf 020 loldridge, Bill Keller, Mike I Division
WU'_ 3b 1000 cEdwards Kaline rt M 0 1 0 Landis cf 1000 Santo 3b 3000 Torre c 3111 0
1 0 1 0Bresod 3b ,4000 Star'gl Ib .01 1 Mays cf 501 OCovington If 2 0 1 Minnich, Glenn Mitchell. An equal opportunity employer
IS 331 Math's cf 4111 Freehan c 3000 Robin rf 2010 DecisionNEW Gabr'sn Ib 3010Baileyc 1000 3a10Batenanc Cepeda Ib Sl2lbTaylor2b 1050
j Nixon c 2222 Dra'sky p 0000 Demter If 4000 Ward 3b 4000 Banks Ib 1000 Oliver 1 b 3000 lltOLyncf'If IllOFreese 3b 4014Kosko Snider rf S 0 0 0 Gonzalez cf 2051
I Wilson 4111 Mont' Cash Ib 4000 Hansen IS 3000 Cowan cf 4032 Alou cf 2001 30011!
p de p 0 o 0 0 :I 0 0 OM'r'Skl 2b 1010Nerbi Hailer c 4110 Herrnsfn Ib
Earley p 0000 aLau Hand'n p 2110 1000 Thomas MCA'IIC IS cf 4130 4011 MtCr-w Nich'sn Ib If 3010 4120 YORK (AP) Frankie Schaffer Rodgers c 3100 4000 Menke delaHoz ss eb 2001 4010 p IS 3 0000Friend 0 0 0 Pao'nI C 4 2000 1 3 0Woodsk D-Vp-t Hart 3b ss-3b 3 SO 0'0 0 0 ODalrympliC3OlI dCater Ib 2505'i, HEAR THE ATLANTA
I Grzenda p 0000 Lelkh P 1000 McNery c 1110 Narvaez' winning streak has in- Slaugh'tr 4010 Fischer p 2000 Jones p It 0000. Burg's 1000 Herbel p 0000 eStevers 0 0 0 0:
bTar-bl 1 0 0 0an'100 Rakow p 0000 aMartin c 3000 aCarty 1000 0000 Marlchal p 1 1 0 0 fWlne ss 1010 I
$ p 0000 bWert 1000 Pizarro p 3021 creased,to 14 but even the New Hoeft p 0000 CC1end'n Priddy It 1111T.taIa aJ.Alou 1000 Amaro ft 3000 I' "
1000cPhilps Smith 0000 ANNUAL DIXIE 400"suwe
dGreeii 1000 Fox p 0000 Wilhelm p p oi100aldsctwn91550
Totals 39 14 13 13 Totals 3970371Popped ll0OMessIp 0000 Yorker's most ardent rooter Totals SS 5104 Totals 31212 33SlSTefaIs 374124 Perry IBriggs 1010cPetersoVi
out for Handrahan: 5th; b- Wlck'sinp 1100 has to admit he's a long way out for Fisher in 7th. Grounded-- out for out Lynch for Friend In tth;In Singled 7th; b- Pierce P 00 10 0 0 Mahaffey p 3010
J Fouled out for Graenda in dBruton 1110 OOOO
Tth; c-sing 0 0 Roebuck P
from for PrIddY In 9th; d-Slngled for VIrdon In MacKnziep00 JUNE 7th
led being
for Bryan In 9th; d-Flied out for ready to take on Chicago 002 100 020-S 9th. Shaw p 5500gTrSandosC2500
Santiago In 9th. Total 37 3 11 Totals 334113
Milwaukee 000 200 000-2 1111
lightweight champion Carlos
h' ". .............. eto 111 NJ-...., a-Struck out for McNertney In 3rd fa- Or. Houston l..m 000-3 BS.? 395.S TOMS 3131.3
Struck out for Rakow in Sits; c-Hit Into tiz. Marlchal In 7th, b-
Kansas City 121 SOS 120- Pittsburgh 000 100 003-4 a-Struck out for 12:45 P.M.
for E-Wtiliams. Meike, Aaron. PO-A -
force play for Fox On ; d-Singied out for Covmgton m Otis; c-
E.Santlago.1"C.A.B05ton 27.S. Kansa Wickersham In ,th.Detn.t Narvaez, the seventh-ranking Chicago 279 Milwaukee 27-10. DP-Rod- E-Mazeroskl. PO-A-Houston 24-17 two Grounded Flied out for Pierce In Otto; *-n out
City 279. DP-Bressoud. Jones and Stu gers. Amalfitano and Banks. LOB-Chi out when winning run scored Pittsburgh Herrnsteln In Otto; e-Waiked for Dal-
art. LOB.Boston lightweight contender was 5, Milwaukee 6. 2T-12. DP-Schofield. Mazeroskl and Star- for
7t Kansas City 11. tot OM 201-3 cago in 9th f-Ran for Slavers *t Otis
2B.cha"Jones.: 2BTorre. 3B-de la Hoz. HR-A/nalft-I geH; Nottebart. Fox and Staub; Mazer.oskl. rymple WUWU
HR-Stuart Thom Chicago 121 tot Ml-4E lucky to gain a majority decision o-Struck out tor Roebuck In Otte I'- DIAL 1390
as. Charles Alusik. Colavito. S-Earley. tane. SB-Cowan.: Aaron. SFAlou.IP Stargeil and SchofieW; Bateman. Singled for Shaw In llth l-Singled for
IP HRERBBSO over bouncy Johnny Bizzarro Kasko and Fox. LOP-Houston 5, Pittsburgh Baldschun In 11th
WlIso.W. 723127769 -Wood. Lelich. PO-A-Oetrelt 24 1L HRERBISO t.28PagliaronL. I I
Er L. 11-310003 Chicago 2710. DP-McAuhHe and Cash a pesky type of fighter fromErie" Slaughter W. 2.3962130 3B-Bond, Pagltaront.- HR Sea Francisco ... .... ... m .1. n-s !
sky. 1.1.7 1 1.3 4 5 S 1 1 Wood. Lumpe and Cash; McAuliffe. Pa., at Madison Square Fischer.. 5-3773124 .Stargeil. Philadelphia ... ....... Ill 010 lOt 80-3,
Monteegudo Cash IP R ER BB ST
1-334410 Lumpe and Hansen and McCraw. Hoeft .1-312100
Handrahan 31-321120 LOP-Detroit 9. Chicago I. Garden Friday night. They're Smith 12-310001 Nottebart 7 3 .1123Woodeshick PO-A San Francisco I i
Grzenda 2 21120 2BLumpe. McCraw, Thomas. 3B-Lun Balk-Fishcher. U-Sudet Pryecr Seco- U 1.5 1 1-3 43Woodeshick E-AHen. Davell ,
Santiago 2 23011 pe. S-Landl*. virtually set for a return bout ry. Burkhart. T-2;25. 21,540.. I.. 1-511-343300 33-11. Philadelphia Hcrmstein 3311. Df and-!
-. WP-Gnet'lda.' U-Haller.! Hurley. FlaIterly. IP NRERBBSO at the Garden July 17 24. xjones 110000. Amaro Roles' IIId ; Perry LOB-I
or end Cepeda.
Hiller Ga/rldo
ST. ; _
Carrlga. T-3:11. A-4.295. L.lido.L43 21334300Rakow LOUIS abrbbi !Friend 110 0 0 0 I I2BRolas
"I should have San Francisco f, Philadelphia 10. '
3rIbylp 12310013FOX thrown more abrbblRoso2b 4210 Prday.W 1-12 000 0Faced 2. Allen McCovey. !
NIGHT GAME 2 40000 Flood cf SS10HPr If 4111 (- 1 man In 9th. _'
BALTIMORE MINNESOTA Wickersham 2 00011 uppercuts, wailed Johnny after Cte-mns rf 4000 Pinson cf 4021Gioat HBP-By Friend Fox. U-Venzon, Weyer Hiller. Ha-Cepeda., s-Amaro. Dav :
1, abrkW abrk. hi Puarro. W. 4-2 42-372225 losing by a shade in his Garden ss 4llICoIVmelb 4010 Conlan Harvey. T213. A-M93. port. SF Allen Gonzalez.
Brandt cf Wilhelm 2 NM IP H R ERBBSO!
4111 VersTes ss 4333 31101 Boyer 3b 401 OeJohnson 10 2 Game
klrk'nd cf 0 o Rollins 3b 5121 Moss 1310000s and television debut as a main White Ib 32llRob'snrf 4020 LOS ANGELES NEW YORK Marietta ........ 6 4322 I II
Apariclo IS l110Oiiv rf 5333 PIS-Nartt. SmWwBowling James If 4021 Car"as si 4000 Ikrkbi ibrhbi Perry ........... 1 1 S S II :
ttSS- eventer. I .......... 1 5 S S tetH
s* 1000 Allison Ib 4332 : cLewis SaloEdwardac 3100 WIlls SS 4000 McMTn ss 3012GUfiam I Pierce 1 6
1 Siebern Ib 3000 Hall cf S 1 2 :3 U he had thrown as McC-rvr c 2010 Bores 3b 1000G 3b 4SSlHwot 2b 2111 MacKenzIe ....... 1-2. 0 SI ,i
Rob'sn 3b ll33KIrtww If 2011 many ;gTno 2 4 0 11 Queen 1000 W.Dalscf 4. 1 0 Gonder c 4110 ShawW,43..l2-3l I 031 :
earlier in the HerbelxMahaffey. ..._.. 1 2. 5 0 5''I
II2blf 4111 Allen 26 4000 fight as ho did in, Craig p 100 Klaus 3b 2110Hobbie T.Dalslf 35510sr'rprrf 4110 -
Adair 7 4 3 3 6 7!
'S2OZirnrnnc 3121 Fairty lb 4000 Krarr-pi Ib 4113
I Brown c 4 0 0 Stange p 3100 4000 the last two rounds, he would I p p SI5SJayp Puffy p 0 0 0bSkmner Howard rf 2SSlCStll 3b 3111 Roebuck ........ 2 1 I 5 I 5'I WITH DRIVERS
I Pappas p 0000 have romped off with 1000dKeoogti RoTxvo 2015 Altman If 2110Terbg Baldschun. U 3-2 2 3 2 2 1 2' 4.
II'I Estrada p 1000 a decisionover 1000Tatate c 1.0. KaneM cf 2.0. x-Faced 1 man to tin. ,i I '4i,__ FRESH FROM THE
Stock p 2000 the 2-1 favorite. 24 4 10 4 Total 34394 Trrskl 2& 3S2IWknVOd4f 4110 PB Haller. U- orman.' JackowskL
i Haddix p Solo StandingsSUMMER BiZzarro, the No. 2 out for Bores in 5th b-Grgund- Moeller p 1SSIC1SCOP 31.1 Crawford. Varoo. T-3.J7. A-J1.774 i iI i -u-- CHARLOTTE "600"
JohnsonTotals 1010 contender ed out for Purkey in Tth c-Ran for Brewer p lOSSsParker I ,
341 tS Tatali Mil 1311Savne in the 130 pound James in 9th; d-Struck out for Jay in 9th 1555 '-u
-Singled for Haddix In 9th. CLASSIC junior-light.: e-Singled for Coleman hi ?t1I. Miller p '0000Tatat Bout Delayed I
WL. weight division, elected to fightat 30 0 4 0 Total* 39S I
IsUins til tn tit- s ,
NYUC Brewer to Ith. More Than $56,000 in Posted Money and AwardsA
a-Flied out for -
Misaisots 420 1. 4 I
00) MX-IIE long range and he had the St. Laws Oil 092 000-4CiaciBaati
TeamNo. I u 4 tM OM 1145I Las Aageles OM OM O304New TOKYO world' Real Contest Is Expected Between Ford Divers
Versalle* Brown. POABaltimore. Palm Lanes a 1 squat little Puerto Rican battler I Yerfc ... .. ......__. M7 I. 11>-. CAP) The
24-1. Minnesota 27DPStange, Venal- Team No. S 13 3 junior lightweight title fight: Fred Lorenzen, Jr. Johnson, and Dodge Driver Bobby
let and Allison. LOB-Baltimore a, M I nItcsota Team No. 10 7 ? chasing him for most of the 10 E-Groat & Boyer GagCano. PO-A-SL E-Fairty. PO-A-Ces Angeles 24-9 New Isaac
4. TeamNg.3 79 rounds. louis 25-13 one out when winning run York 27-14. DP-Tracewski. Wilts and Fair. her between champion Flash, ; Plymouth Drivers Richard Petty and Jim
JB-Ollva. Klllebrew. A arlclo. Allison. ,Team No. 9 7. scored Cincinnati 27-12. D dwards and ty 1} GiHIam Tracewskl and Fairly; Paschel.
3B-RoilUu. Allison HR-Versallea 2. KOletorew. 'Team No. 7 7 9 Referee Petey Della, by W-2 ,Rose. LOB-SI tools 6. Cincinnati 10. Kranepool. McMillan. and Cisco. L O B- Elorde of the Philippines and,
Team No. < 630 2B-Groat. GaGliano. Hofebie. HR-Whtte. LM Angeles 5, New York 3. Teruo Kosaka
I* HREIBBS, Team No. 3 j. jjj and judge Leo Birnbaum, by ,Hobbie. S-McCarver. Harper. 2B-Hunt. 3S-W. Davis. HR-Kranepoot, of Japan has been
Pap ws. 1, .3 13344I0 C.: SB-Hunt. S 5-4-1, voted for Smith. postponed until July 6, it was :
I Narvaez
Estrada 4 3 3 1 3 RESULTS Judge IP HRE1BSO IP HRIRIBSO
Stock 4 4 3 3 1 ::1 ream No. S (3) Team No. 3 Cl). NYLIC Johnny Dran had it a draw. Hobble 71-361133 ,Moeller. .... 34 22.367513 announced Saturday. j
HaddU 22310015 (3). Tem No. 10 (1; Team Na.,1 (2) Craig L. 3-3 1 24121ShanU Brewer .. 1-' 31134 I AJ Herndon Service Station, Gainesville
I Stange w. ,.J t t S S 2 t.Team No. 9 (2), Palm Lanes (2>. Team giving each five'rounds and I 1 lOll 'Miller 1 0.11 A spokesman said suitable Edwards Building Co. Gainesville
Ii HBP-By Estrada Allison. I No. 7 (2J; Team No. 4 (2)j Team No. I five points. 'vrkeyy 1 01420 Cisco. W 3-5940013 a Supply
U-Drummond. Umont Dlmora Papafella. !TeamNo.3 24 I The AP card had it Jay.W,2-3 2 lOIS 1 HBP By Cisco T. Davis. WPCtaca.iJ4teiner site could ot be obtined for the' Odom Hardware, Melrose Florida
I I T-3.02. A-U.949. 7 a I No. I (I). even, 5-5. PB-Edwards. Williams, Smith German Barlick, DonateUi Lane T- I'
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Sunday June 7, 1964 Gainesville Sun O5


tr- f[ Northern Dancer' Never Came Close to Target I .'

II '-""'" II
I Sfan fork aimru morning, "that's disappointment enough. In fact I bet very winning an Olympic championship and it's old hat to the the second straight year. There will be a third year at the

ARTHUR DALEY little these days. Actually I bet less now than I did in the Toronto Maple Leaf hockey team for winning the Stanley '
By .. big A next season, too, because beautiful Belmont has been
old days when I couldn't afford it. Cup.
NEW YORK It was no waltz for The Dancer It was razed to the ground for a complete rebuilding program and
mechanics of such a parade might prove baffling,
no his merry Sid spin to equine immortality Northern Dancer in the missed As 'if the Belmont and the prospect of a triple crown_ aidn't though. Would Northern Dancer be perched in the back. of a the new stands will not be ready until 1966. So the mile-
for elusive
the increasingly triple crown grey
finish sec worry him enough Taylor was squirming in embarrassmentat convertible so that he could wave to his admirers? and-a-half Belmont turn at this equine supermarket is I
and didn't
at Aqueduct yesterday even
the proposal from Toronto civic officials that Northern not as true a test as it should be. But the holders of all

ond.The Dancer be welcomed home with abig parade on Bay Street Yesterday's race did more than serve as .a jumble In inning tickets didn't care. The cashier's window Is their main

compact Canadian colt, winner of both the Kentucky next week. Barbara Ann Scott got such a reception after nomenclature because the Belmont was held at Aqueduct for Interest anyway.Christine I
Derby' and the Preakness, drew a bead on racing's most

:glamorous prize in the famed Belmont Stakes. He never -

came close to the target.. "

:.-.Quadrangle held him 'off'and Roman Brother swept past i Truman

ihlm, as Northern Dancer labored down the stretch and _

achieved only one relatively inconsequential accomplishment. I

At least he beat Hill Rise again. But even this was in doubt ti

'lor a few moments because Willie Shoemaker on Hill Rise Out of

lodged a foul protest against William Hartack on The Dan- WightmanLONDON

cer for obstructing his passage at three-eights of a mile
2'vrie3 7i$
from the finish.

Hartack put the squeeze on The Shoe all right, but the (AP) Christine petition has been curtailed Lot of Surprise

stewards didn't think it was important enough to allow Truman withdrew from the Brit. since was not named as replacement -I I caused a lot of surprise here.

the protest. So the order of finish remained undisturbed and .x ish Wightman Cup tennis team for Miss Hard, to the. She recently returned to tennis

thus did Quadrangle, trained by Elliott Burch and owned by uXe Ft'M: Saturday because of an injury amazement of the rest of the after having a baby. Although

Paul Mellon, rocket through with a major upset. and American hopes for victory team and of the British. Donna .she hadn't played in almost a

With this glittering triumph he earned $110,800 for Mellon, a i zt soared again. Floyd Fales of New York became I year and was unranked in 1963,
a Coals-to-Newcastle operation because the Pittsburgh financier 4
a playing captain to com British experts had expectedher
3. Miss Truman wrenched the
is of the world's richest
one men.
z the team. The other be nominated
plete mem- to as replacement -
No horse has won the triple crown since mighty Citationin muscles around her right elbow
bers are Miss Caldwell, of Santa for Miss Hard.
1948 and the degree of difficulty would seem to mount when she fell while playing
Monica, Calif., Billie Jean Mof--
with each passing year. Now Northern Dancer has plunged Carole Caldwell, a member of Miss Moffitt, now the No. 1 on
all Canada into failed his ', the U.S. team, in the North of; fitt of Long Beach, Calfi., and
deep mourning. He just as grand- ;, the U.S. team, spoke out about
of Dallas.
pappy Native Dancer failed. Each had seemed such a sure 45rr'4 $ England tournament at Man Nancy Richey the omission of Mrs. Susman."I .

thing, too. chester Friday. I
The last three refused to playon
think it's crazy to leave
1 When the injury became even a wet court Saturday in the "
she said. "She
The and Hartackhas ,
sweet-tempered easy-to-get-along-with _
more painful Saturday, she told semifinals of the Manchester
parted company with another of his jockey agents. He seemed a natural to step back
Angela Mortimer the British tournament. They said they con-
has had so many over the years that he seems to change onto the team. What happens if
that she could not sidered the courts
captain, playin
them about as fast as Maine Chance farm changes trainers.If ELEVEN.YEAR-OLD BRUCE LELAND WORKS ON 'SOAPBOX' RACER one of us gets hurt? We couldbe
the international matches at wouldn't risk accidents
the box score is correct Lenny Goodman is the 12th to they in real trouble."
Dad, Dr. Stanley E. Leland, Watches Progress And Reminisces Wimbledon Friday and Satur- such as the one that befell Miss I
handle Hartack's book. This morning the able Goodman I
day. She said a specialist had Truman. The British have won the
finally had as much of Sweet William as he could take.
told her she must not play tennis Wightman Cup only six times
So he of "
quit as Monday.
"I'm about Christine
Bruce Leland ,
Following again for at least a week. sorry the last in 1960-against the
Perhaps Hartack, who doesn't confide in the press blames said Miss Moffitt, "but I don't victories. Miss
Goodman for the fact that he has not had a winner overt Her withdrawal reduced the know whether it will make Americans' 29

the past fortnight. But: Lenny still is the guy who maneuvered British team to three-Ann Hay I much difference. Deidre Catt is Mortimer Mrs. Jones and Miss '

Hartack aboard Northern Dancer, even signing for him don Jones, Deidre Catt and Truman all were members of

without the jockey's knowledge. For an agent, this had to be In Father's FootstepsEleven Elizabeth Starkie. she a very now fine will player play No.and 2 I."guess. the victorious 1960 team.

the coup of the year. But it apparently made no enduring Could The series is decided over sev-

impression on the man who should have appreciated it,most. Play The omission of Mrs. Susman en matches five singles and I
year really enjoy watching 9, and Clayton, 6, to plan on Miss Mortimer could play in from the American team has two doubles. I

Northern Dancer went into the Belmont without even a land is already construct his racer, and entering the derby when they one of the doubles matches herself .

sentimental $2 bet by his millionaire owner Edward father's all in favor of my son or she could ask the Ameri Women's

Plunkett Taylor."If when it comes in the derby," age."The derby is a wonderful cans' permission to name a Teenager Betters

you lose a big race," said the Canadian magnate this soapbox" : Leland stated. "Building event not only for the boys entered substitute. The British captain

Bruce, a sixth 11 actually helps the boy in the race but for their retired from big-time tennis aft- World 100-Yd. Dash Mark
the Wimblmedon
I calfe some dexterity with parents and other adults, he er winning

Close Races Form of 45 boys and teaches him the dif said. "There is a tremendous championship two years ago.

ville Jaycees between a nut and a satisfaction in watching and She told newsmen: BALTIMORE (AP) Debbie!''In 10.2 seconds. I

tiac: Derby to The race itself does a lot helping these youngsters build "I cannot say yet whether we Thompson, 16-year-old track I The high school junior was

University his competitive spire their racers at the Boys' Club shall ask the Americans for permission star from Frederick, Md., bettered clocked in 10.1, 10.2 and 10.3 by

; In Twenty five sense of sportsmanship. workshop'' and at home. I only I to play a substitute. the listed women's world I three timers. She finished about

; Midget Leagues father, Dr. it for me and I can see wish more adults would help I That is up to the selectors. If record for the 100-yard dash nine yards ahead of Tammie

Jr., was a all over again in either their own son or someone not, I shall definitely play in one Saturday running the. distance Davis, her teammate on the

Close in Chicago III I else's boy on this project. Not 1 of the doubles matches myself." Frederick Track and Field
I races are shaping up The winner takes the top spotin son.
the various Midget League di- the Dixie race.NATIONAL only would they thoroughly en- The loss of Miss Truman restores Milling Co. Club.
"I built my enthusiastic about The listed world record of the
derby joy themselves but they also
visions with two loops tied and the balance of power. The
competed in To Seek 4th distance is 10.3 seconds, set by
LEAGUEW is Dr. that would be performing a serviceto
two others finding a British had been at
just game L Pet. riding high
Moose 12 .667 South Chicago already has begun encour the community and the boy Marlene Mathews of Australia,
the two clubs. .the of
thought meeting
separating an
Lions 4 2 .447 wide Loop Victory March 20 1958.
city in Sydney on ,
Only in the Rebel where Chesnurs 3 J .500 Bruce's brothers, Steve, concerned. I American team shorn of two
Carlo Hope .1 5 .167 Derby in 1939," There was a negligible wind
Gainesville Shopping Center has This Week's Schedule outstanding players Darlene ALACHUA The Alachua
r land 38 during the junior Olympic track
Tomorrow Lions Carlos H a
vs. o t
p ;
a two game edge is there that Tuesday; Moose vs. Chesnurs Wednesday science at I Hard and Karen Hantze Sus- Milling Co. will seek its fourth meet in Clifton Park but there

much difference. Lions, Carlos vs. Chesnut's.Hope vs.Kirby Moose Smith Thursday field. of inary Florida. Baseball man. straight win Tuesday night in was immediate doubt as to

Moose.and ,Lions are tied for AMERICAN LEAGUE was disqualified Turned Pro the local softball league when it whether the mark would be accepted -

r the top spot in the National with wLPd. plays Copeland. Lions and Legion as official because no
Trades leads University -G'vllle Build. Trades 5 1 .833 wide race Miss Hard, of Long Beach, in the other contest
Building University City Lions 4 2 .667 racer did meet meter was available to clock the
City Lions by a game in the Hughes Supply 2 3 .400 my Road Calif., had led the American slated. wind velocity.
Baptist D.O.W. 0 5 .000 cations. It on
I .;' National. First National Bank!' (Hughes and D.O.W. to make up tie half inch too team recent years. She Alachua Milling Is the lone Amateur Athletic Union offi-

has a game edge over Fire game) This Week's Schedule turned professional two weeks team with a perfect slate. Cope- cials, sponsors of the meet, said

Department in the Western.I Tomorrow.. Hughes vs.D.O.W.Building vs. Trades Lions ; Tuesday Wednesday --,i "Old I least eight University of ery ended at .305 and first base- ago and became ineligible. land, which won a pair last they would submit the time any-

Citizens Bank and First Federalare Lions= vs. Hughes; Trgrs day,I Dr. Leland baseball players will man Tom Shannon hit an even I Mrs. Susman, Wimbledon week, can tie for the loop lead way in an effort to have it ac.

tied for the lead in the I Building I Trades vs. O.O.W. Flnley field. the "old days" the summer performing .300. :champion in 1962 whose com by winning. cepted.

Dixie. WESTERN LEAGUE W L Pet.I vide their own sport they like best, play-

One of the highlight games First National Bank 4 1 .800 and steering baseball, Gator coach Dave Shannon, Montgomery and
Fire Department :a 1 .750 outfielder Bill Blomgren a 11
this week will match Citizens Sudden Service 011 Co. 3 2 .400 their racers has announced.
University City Kiwanis 1 4 .200 these items drove in 27 runs to tie for the
Bank and First Federal tomorrow
Plumbers Union 1 4 .200 lead in that
will Duncan
Danny Eggart department.
at Lanier field.I This Weeks Schedule specifications
Sidney Tomorrow, First National Bank, vs. for Pierre, SD., in the Ba- paced the Gators in hits (41)

Plumbers vs. Fire Union Department; Tuesday. Sudden Wednesday Service chased box from the League while pitcher Adrian and stolen bases ((8)), while sharing -

Fire Department vs. First National and pitcher infielder the runs scored crown with I
Birds Ed Bank Thursday Plumbers Union VS. "When I was
eT'ins UC Klwanls. Llttlewood field. Pendley will be on the Shannon (26)).

t i, DIXIE LEAGUE to build our Falls, S.D., roster. Florida's top hurler was sen-

I W L Pet. materials were Dan Griffin outfield- ior Anderson, who finished the
2-1 Citizens Bank 4 2 .667 what could
First Federal 4 2 .667 we Ron Creese and season at 5-2, with a sparkling
North Cen. Baptist 2 4 JM he
Johnson & Faris 2 4 .333 on, Jim Boyesen will play 0.88 ERA. Anderson fanned 75
On This Week's Schedule piece'of rusty the Ocala Oranges. Pitcher batters in the 82 innings he
Tomorrow. Citizens Bank First
Pitching vs. Federal
; Tuesday, Johnson & Faris vs. North axle and the Rollyson and infielder Earl pitched to lead in that depart

Central Baptist Baptist vs. Wednesday.Citizens Bank North Thursday Central my wagon for will play with Gib- ment, also.
ST. First Federal vs. Johnson & Faris. was also more
t ; of Tampa. Junior Eggart wound witha
( ) Steve Barber and Stu Monday and Wednesday at Lanier; Tuesday up
and Thursday at Foster. a racer then other Gator hurlers, 9-4 record, working 83 inningsand
Miller combined for five-hitter,
not have all of
Anderson and in 15
REBEL appearing
LEAGUE I Big- games.
the Baltimore Orioles
as Gainesville Shop. Center W L Pet. tools that boys are expected to play in Most of this year's team returns -
the Minnesota Twins 2-1 Satur 1 .133
r Life Underwriters 3 3 .500 day. It took Central Florida League. for at least one more sea-
day. Florida Pest Control 2 2 .500 .i..k."I
,. Kirkpatrick I Pierson 0 4 .OCO three months outfielder Jim i son. Gone will be catcher Dave

Miller came on in the eighth Pierson(Pest have Control two games and to KIrkpatrick make up).& get my car Gator captain last sea Porter pitcher Anderson, and .r

( with one out after Zoilo Ver- This Week's Schedule test." wound up as leading hitter outfielders Duncan and Jim El- rhTI

salles singled and Barber gavel Control Tomorrow.Tuesday Life Underwriters Shopping Center vs. Pest vs.I Dr. Leland a .331 average. Montgom- liott. ::

up his fourth walk to Rich Rol Kirkpatrick Pierson/ Wednesday, Kirk-i put almost two
Patrick & Pienon vs. Life Underwriters ; FINAL UNIVERSITY Ofl FLORIDA FINAL
V lins, then went 3-0 to Tony: Thursday.. Pest Control vs. S hopping into his nearly U64 TNIRTY.FOUR GAME BASEBALL STATISTICS I
I Center. Monday and Wednesday at City I Overall Recctlll nnSEC CIDAA
Oliva. Miller completed the Park. Tuesday and Thursday at Metcaife. cer. In Record:. 12SAB I
walk to Oliva but then Bob Alli rules and R H .tA 231 HR RII sa
'If 124 26 .1 .331 2 1 1 16 1
son hit into an inning-ending has done all Montgomery 2b 121 21 37 .J06 5 4 1 27 5
double play. 43 U.S. Net his racer shennon Ib 120 26 36 .300 6 2 2 f1 6 jis big beautiful Chrysleris
Blomgren rf 122 2. :as .217 I 1 Z 27 1
father has Elliott cf 62 3 17 .214 0 1 1 7 3 '
Until the eighth the only hard pendley. 3b 66 IS II .m 1 J 0-4 5 priced less than
blow against Barber was Alli Stars EnterAt day helper and Creew. 3 b II 22 n '.212 3 0 1 6 6
Porter c 111 1. 29 .246 9 2 1 n 3 ,
son's 12th homer in the fourth Morcrort IS 121 16 21 .117 2 e 0 17 I I $7 a month more than you'd payfor
Loss flu N At Bats
inning. Barber evened his record WimbledonLONDON .
Tremmelb cf 27 5 11 aVO 1 1 1/ 2
at 2.2 while Dick Stigman Boye5en. cf 21 J 7 .m 2 0 1 1 0 Ford or Chevrolet* .
Ep0ert p 3J 0 12 .32' 0 1 2 0 0
dropped his fourth in six deci- (AP) Chuck McKinley Grlttin II 14 J 4 .2N 1 0 2 .
lions. I of St. Louis, the reigning BIg art. P 12 2 4 .2SO 1/ 1 4 1 ,
Zabeia. F 2003 .150 0 .

Boog'Powell homered for a 1- Wimbledon tennis champion, To Anderson"allnel, JI P 27 J 1 12 1 .074.coo 0 5 1 1 1 1 1. 1 0PltcJaiat We're comparing prices on .a Chrysler Newport, Ford .',

J 0 Baltimore lead in the third in heads a contingent of 43 American Galaiie 500, and Chevy Impala. All 4-door sedans. All
players In this G W-L Ir H IEIt BB SO EEA
ning. year's tour- Play will Anderson --12 5-2 U a. 22' 7S .... comparably equipped. The difference is less than $7a
The Orioles scored their second nam nearly one-quarter of Griff" 5 U 361-3 20 4 12 n .092 '
I the in Junior and J 1.1 91.3 5 2 3 6 1.9' month!
total entries.
and deciding run in the art 7 2-2 32 21. 13 17 2.24
when Luis singled ,! baseball at Zabala 11 2-2 451.1 29 1J 25 49 2.S6 We're talking about a beautiful big, 18-foot, 2-ton
i fourth Aparido The All-England Club which "allN: 3 0-0 61-3 4 2 4 3 2."
I and stole second. Sam Bow- The Junior Ergs U ,.. U U 31 21 35 1'7 Chrysler. With a 361-cubic-inch V-8 engine. Power f* ,
the Wimbledon championships tomorrow and 1 5.5 117 16 J I. 6.1S
doubled to the left field 614485 Radio. : %"
i' ens during the two weeks. the Major OpptlMal" Fiends steering. Power brakes. Automatic transmission. *

corner BALTIMORE scoring MINNESOTA Aparicio. starting June 22, said Saturday: Tuesday and Florida. Southern ou11lem'. I 1 J 6 TtMeSIft'Kentucky S 12 Heater. The works! '

2b .41,1Versanes brfcbi M eferhMAdalr 2" IAparicio 1 that 118 players- have been accepted Bob Erwin is I Miami #.: 3 2 3 12 Alltlurft T__ -, 1 Come in. We'll quote you a price you'll go for. And, ? :,

M 411 *RelllM 3b 2111 for the and I Junior League "'. ..- :. .. 7 4 Auburn __ I n subtract a big bundle for your car to boot.
I' ,
( B wen* H-lf 411 1 Oliva rt' 3101Siebern >? 1
86 for the 1. Geotg
women's Ten' 1 .
Ib 4. CAfllsen lb '111)ROOlraon singles. Jim Niblack is :Jt I .s ROllins 4 'P.--u IMM M raanofecturcr' eucCMUd retell ..--. Vi **.. M eaothljr P7MU. .
36 4 0 a OHell d 4111CknoU places in,each division.still ere I' jor League. _': ., 1 4 R'lIins J Zxdudtef daefceattaa chacfM, KM. taut local tu**, fate*** cad -..w..c..
cf-rf 4111 tKHiebrew 4' a r RoIUIt&
Georgia > J 1 2
Powell If 2.'AIIM2b 4010KlrMnd to be filled through ',qualifying This week's '.o'
Ted 1J JadtlOftYUIe
1 U.' J
IK 1111 Wm-rman e 3 1 1 0Browne : SEE YOUR CHRYSLER DEALER-THE
SOOObMlncher 13 00 competitions Junior Fpl State t. 6 Florida State Z ," < "
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State 1 :3 Florida State 4 .
L :3011 Stkjmen P 1111 f.' :
Berber :
A. Wilier p 00 B aCoryl lilt McKinley is one of 25 Americana Knights of unI .I' 14 2 JachsotvlIS FlorIdA State: u.. 4 1 BEST OF THE BIG> CAR MEN "f'>
c- Arrig p' ISISP r .
.Tatata 3J 2J2 Tatatt Ml SI accepted for the men's National Bank, Tech 3 2JortcIa state 1 .
"." a-.Flled out for Stigman bi tttii b- cial Travelers Tecta. 4'; 4 FlorIdA Std. S MTIHOMKOfAUM CHRYSLERHawesPowers ,
t' Grout sd out Zimmerman 1ft ttL' slaves.:There re 13 Britons 5' ;1111 q.oa.+ae
Jo ......... ,.X._ ...... II' 'M.... and 12 AiHtratoffis. Wednesday.I
Bel...ssMI'.A..a.... MlMtt-! National- of
E- o I. rXXA-8 nimore' XMU Mfo- -
I. I NSOtt 27-12. DP--AJlen,'VerMlle and AtHtani .Margaret: Seutt of ,Australia sey. Games at Tops Aussie _Star Motor Co.

J Adair and AparicJa Stetanv. and. LOe-BS Siefienir ftimw Aparicio.*_.... will.r...f >tlt.tie 'wema'atliNe.. ". ..... -- # :
kn a+ 7. Major; League Switzerland In the quarter-finals of the Swiss
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a'r'ti.M ttey vs. Boys' Cliff
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'> ,O6 Gainesville Sun Sunday, June 7, 1964'l'


r"; 1 BUSINESS MARKET With TheBoys


: stiyaqLffii.Building EL SEGUNDO, Calif. (AP) "What'll we do after the

prom?" '

Ninety boys and girls at last night's El Segundo High

junior-senior prom didn't have to worry about this questionthat

Stocks in Mid-Week Dip perplexes teen-agers, impoverishes fathers, ages mothers .
and taxes tempers of traffic cops.

&"We've chartered this plane," explained Nancy Hereford, Jaycee Buddy Baseball- members.,

In G'vffleUp 16, Saturday.. "It's a jet prop. We all go out and get, aboard Over 300 boys have signed up Summer hours starting

But Danger Flags Not Out and fly away." for the Jaycee Buddy Baseball June 8 the Boys' Club will be

but Down The kids and parents were delighted.The program at the Boys' Club. the following hours: Monday
pilots promised to have the youngsters back at dawn. tendence and participation is thru Friday 9:00-5:00()( and
Sfrro fork 1 HnttlJ back, though not too convinc- blue chip issues, such as American Between departing and returning, 45 couples and a few expected to exceed 'last year's. will be Closed on Saturdays.

Gainesville building boomed a ingly, on Friday. Telephone, General Motors, chaperones were to: Three leagues will be offered: I
little better last month' but still : By, THOMAS E. MULLANEY. Thursday's loss 9.31 pointsin I.B.M., Standard Oil (New Jer- Fly 110 miles to San Diego. .' Salt and Papper (7 and 8 year Junior Deputys ClubMem-

failed to meet last May's total I Financial Editor the Dow Jones industrial average -sey), Eastman Kodak and Bus to an exclusive inn on Shelter Island for a steak- olds), Seminole ((9 and 10 year bers of the' Junior Deputys I
and 5.84 in the New United States Steel under Club embarked on a trip
City records show 141 permitsfor NEW YORK- Investors were points were and-egg breakfast. olds), and Gator '((11-13)). Every
$1,132,568 worth of construction -looking the other way last week York Times combined average pressure. Take a moonlight (moon permitting) bus tour of Mission boy is placed on a team and through the Smoky Mountains
were issued last month, in- while the parade of continued was the steepest this year Thursday's sharp loss, which June 6 and will be gone over a
and the biggest since the day of might have been caused by investor Bay.And "Every Boy Plays" week. Advisor Ed MacClelland
cluding a $338,900 shopping encouraging economic and busi- then make a 400-mile-an-hour()( return to Los Angeles ,
center on N.W. 34th Street. ness statistics marched by.. President Kennedy's assassination nervousness over' South- International Airport. Model Railroad Club-Mem- will be in charge of the group
week last Nov. 22. Turnover pick- east Asia problems, pared 1.15 bers of the Boys' Club Key- and stated that meetings will
The figure was substantiallymore In the early part'of the Buses will take them back to the darkened ballroom. Then
than April's $600,345 mark. the stock mar- ed up as the indexes declined. per cent from the Dow .Jones the youngsters, face to face with the rising sun, will go stone Club took on the projectof resume June 17.

May, 1963, however saw 159 ket drifted lower Fifteen of the 20 most active industrial average. home-their parents hope. repairing the model railroadat Jaycee Derby Work is

permits issued for $1,624,150. in extremely Week issues showed losses ranging to .I" Despite the general confidencethat "We though of it by ourselves," said Nancy, president of the Boys' Club and under the continuing at a feverish paceas

Reports for last month's build- dull trading'' as 9 points for Control Data and I. no serious further declineis the junior class and boss of the prom. supervision of club advisor the deadline for completionof

residences worth $412,000; 11 it traced the indecisive m 5% points for Xerox Corpora- in prospect, there are bears The ride cost the boys $33 per couple. Don Large have completely re- all racers that plan to enter
new non-residential buildings, patB tion. Sperry Rand showed the in the street who feel that the modeled the set and is now the Soap Box Derby in Jack

$539,550 and five multi-unit tern that has U81DCSSprevailed best gain of the active list as market might still have to worka ready for use by Boys' Club sonville July 4' and the Jaycee 1

buildings $1,642,150. for it advanced % to 15%. bit lower before any real reversal Derby race in Gainesville July

In addition to the shopping three months. For the week the Dow Average occurs. The real test Optimist .. 18. Winner of the Jacksonville

center, the major projects start- But It briefly broke out of this was down 14.53 to 806.03 might come this week. Named to Her race will compete in the Nationals I

ed last month included a 12-unit narrow trading range on Thurs- and the Times average lost 8.14 Nothing in the week's rationOf in Akron Ohio, while.

apartment building and four du- day and set off on a sharply points at 474.29. statistics could be construed Club Seeks ConsultantsTALLAHASSEE the winner of the Gainesville trace
plexes. i lower course. It then bouncede No red danger flags were as anything but strongly bullish. \ will receive an all *

hoisted in Wall Street, however. The most constructive news, ea Branch Here (AP-Dr. C.. paid trip to the Ba ,
With of expense
nothing major -
proportions of course, came from Detroit, W, McGuffey, staff "member of
) New York Time 1
developing in the economic hama Islands.
NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES, JUNE 5 where the automotive industry : the Florida State Department of
High Low Close Net Chg. or political spheres that couldbe again put out glowing sales and r. Optimist International serv- Education for six years, was

25 Rails "_ 141.83 140.23 141.38 Up .40 construed as particularly production reports.. ice organization with emphasison named executive director of the t
bearish, the market's weaknesswas aiding and encouraging the
807.21 3.77
25 industrials 811.71 802.59 Up Associated Consultants in Edu-
considered merely a tech- Dealers sold new cars in Mayat development of youth throughclub
50 Stocks 476.77 471.41 474.29 Up 2.08
ass The firm
cation Friday. conducts r
nical correction. a faster rate than ever before ..vN sponsored programs, is
and assemblies set record aS research analysis on education 1
-................-. car a seeking men to establish a clubin for public and private
STOCK for the month that was 1 per Gainesville.
FLASHES cent ahead of the high output organizations.

MARKETNEW achieved in May, 1963. Rev. Lou Leigh, Florida District Blind Council I

Construction activitiy is main- fovernor of the men's serv-

YORK (AP-A "tired" Friday, however, there was a taining its record pace, and so ice organization, said increased
stock market slipped last weekto fairly vigorous rebound which w is steel production. It appears, emphasis on community respon- Moves Center

its sharpest loss of 1964. brought the Dow back to 80603. too, that retail sales are moving English Teacher sibility for youth activities here of
Trading was dull. The loss for the week was 14.53. higher. attracted the attention of Opti- DAYTONA BEACH (AP) m I glad

Not a single day provided vol- The Associated Press aver- mists in other areas of the state. Tallahassee will become the new
ume of five million shares, age of 60 stocks this week declined With industry humming, the At Westwood headquarters of Florida's Council that I found cfct in time that an

which has been about average 4.4 to 301.6 in the largest nation's unemployment rate Gainesville area residents in- for the Blind. independent agent makes The Big
this year. decline since the week ended xwx took an encouraging dip in mid- Plans to RetireMRS. terested in establishing a club I Difference in insurance! His con -
The council's board of direc-
Various analysts, noting the Nov. 23 when it fell 9.8. May = to 5.1 per cent of the should contact William T. tors voted Friday to move the insurance tinuing, personal needs saved me to thou my ,
decline of Volume totaled 21,592,230 labor force from 5.4 per cent a ALLEN Baker "
dribbling irregular Optimist lieutenant gov- where it has been since the sands of dollars. Be glad,not sad!
the previous two weeks, described -shares compared with 17,292 month earlier. Mrs. Della C. Allen, Westwood ernor for this district, at 3810 in Call us, any time!
council formed 1941.
the list as apathetic, in- 511 shares for the previous Meanwhile, investors had another Junior High School English Valencia Road, Jacksonville.To Executive Director Murdock
different to good news, unim- week, shortened by the Memorial a teacher, has announced she will Haythome
batch of
pressed by bad news and lack Day holiday. earnings good and dividend corporate actionsto retire at the end of this school fulfill the Optimist slogan, Martin made because said the"over mow was the being INSURANCE AGENCY 'I

ing incentive. year, having completed 28 yearsof "Friend of years 107 N. Main '
U.S. government bond prices digest. the Boy Baker said the council has been isolated ;
For nearly 10 weeks the mar- inched to the upside although on service as a teacher. I the organization needs "men Phone
President Johnson, who has Mrs. Allen began her teaching; from the mainstream of state FR 2-1433 Vtrr'liefee
ket had confined itself! to a the whole the bond markets who are interested in boys work
range with a low point of 810.77, I showed little change for the been wont to cite favorable economic career in Jackson County in whether they be older teens or government." a

set by the Dow Jones industrial 'second consecutive week. Funeral Home statistics at his periodic 1936. Since then she has taught those still young in spirit but

average April 30. Thursday, as press conferences, referred to Buchholz Junior High. old in with an opti-
Corporates were. practically various production and spending Milton, Leesburg and Deland. .
prices edged lazily down past .mistic attitude and plenty of 1 1 ,
this "support" traders unloaded. unchanged. DirectorTo figures last week in support of Before going to Westwood five energy."

Before the day ended, the I Of '572 issues traded 226 de- his contention that the economyis years ago, she taught English at
responding well to the tax speech English and in
Dow industrials plunged 9.31 Spanish
points to 802.48 in the steepestloss were clined,unchanged.206 advanced and 140 RetireWHITE She is the wife of Don Allen, He is said the fastest.Optimist International *Hew York Sjfoe JTxfehoJig* 4 .1
growing civic
director of instruction for Robert W Kuhn
since Nov. 22, the day President also said that club in America.
President Kennedy was assas- Volume totaled $55,449,000par the nation's record-long economic -Alachua County School Board. -- .
sinated. The average fell 21.16 value compared with $38587,000 ,- Rev. D. E. White is announcing expansion (now in its 40th
that day. [ the previous week. his retirement as a funeral "new vitality" Polk Co. Raid
month) was displaying 3 4
director and the purchase of his and would "roll la Y6 tl Budfje\
on Finds 2 Stills od
_. -- ----- ... share of the firm White and and believe well \
', 1964
: through we
r'o'::: : ::: .'. Dorsey by his partner, ArnoldD. into 1965." One in Bedroom>t :,-..

.Rev.Dorsey.White began the firm in Most businessmen would agree MULBERRY with plentiful summer
(AP-Six men I I
business briefFord 1932. He has also served as a with this, but some have been
were Friday in a raidon
public school teacher, and as disappointed with the impact of a Polk County moonshine op- fruits, vegetables & meats!
a mail carrier for 20 years. He the tax cut to date. While con- eration.
Two stills, one in a bed-
has pastored the Friendship sumer spending is on the rise,

___nmnnnnnmo_ Baptist Church for 28 years. it is not increasing as dramat- I room Al ,Scheuck were destroyed., tax agent, said INVEST IN A FRIGIDAIRE
He is ,married to Mrs. SusieM. ically as many had envisioned.
G. retired "New :state and federal officers co I
Bailey, Army phosphors, including
indicate the '
White, county psychologist Recent figures pub-
officer is the of based the earth element operated in the raid on the homeof
new manager one on rare -
and is the father of Mrs. Gwen- lic is continuing to use large I
the ,Bus Terminal europium and 'a Ostell Haggins at Bradley
Greyhound unique -
here. screening method have dolyn Hill. portions of tax savings to pay !Junction, just south of Mulberry. FOOD ;REEIER !
With the purchase of Rev.White's off old debt or to nest it awayin A
still found be-
Bailey entered the Army In provided the industry with a 350-gallon was
share by his partner, savings programs. Thus, the
Michigan 1937 and served In I major breakthrough in color hind the house, and a 1,000-gal-
the firm will now be known as rate of growth of consumer
the Pacific Theater television said Gene K. Beare ion still in the bedroom. Hag-
during ,
I Funeral Home. credit slackened in April Compact! I
'World War II and in Korea. president of Sylvania. Dorsey ;;ins; his wife and their ten Budget saver Bargain Buy!

He received a battlefield com- children also occupied the house;
mission in Korea and was NEW YORK (AP) Bank Fla. Sunflavor'Making Scheuck said. I Family size Value WiseFRIGIDAIRE I

wounded in action there. clearings in 26 leading cities in Three cars were confiscated FRIGIDAIRE

He then was assigned to the the week ended Wednesday to- along with sawed-off shotguns, FRIGIDAIREFood t

;Army's transportation section taled $34,846,653,000, off 0.7 per pistols, switchblade knives and Chest Freezer! Food
Debut Freezer
Its !
and served In that departmentin cent from $35,076,878,000 the : quantities of illegal liquor and Freezer!

Europe and at Ft. Jackson previous week, Dun & Brad- mash, Scheuck said.
S. C. He retired from the street, Inc., reported. The six men'were taken to -l ===:i : .. !
TALLAHASSEE (APSun interest in the campaign s 4 : r i
Army as a major three months says Tampa where they appeared be-
NEW YORK *(AP)*- William flavor, Florida's emblem of top Dr. Elmer Close, marketing spe- fore U. S. Commissioner Doug-

'ago.Bailey and his wife and two McChesney Martin Jr., chair- quality fruits and vegetables, is cialist at the department.' A few las Hampton. ,

children reside at 3921 S. W. man of the board of governorsof undergoing its trial run in the are waiting see how it will af- Haggins and James Aiken of

38th St. the Federal Reserve System, grocery stores of the nation. fect their businesses. Perce were released under $500 Yl

has won the 1964 C,Walter Nich- Potatoes, sweet corn and wa- Standards for marketing flor- bonds on charges of possessing
terinelons are leaving Floridanow ida Sunflavor food products are selling manufacturing and transporting
Morgan Typewriter Agency, ols award of New York Univer-
901 N. Main St, will sponsor a sity's graduate school of business for Northern supermarkets determined by the departmentand illegal liquors.
"Remington Office Mach- administration.The bearing the distinctive emblem. "the products will be notice- Lige McCormick, 40, of Lake i 1Moiler W,

ines Business Show" Thursday, I award honors "a business Aim of the program is to teach ably better than the bulk in mar- Wales and Willie Lewis Cook of eFa.1.II. .

including a color film relat- leader who has exemplified the housewives that any product kets across the country and in Pierce were held under $5,000 .... 12.52 cUe fl. Midst Urg.1,"
the emblem is high qual- most instances better I UFD-12-e4 .
than the
bearing "I e..ft.
ing to the development of the precepts of integrity enterpriseand 11.33 CU.ft.
new Remington 25 Electric service." ity. Therefore, only the best top U.S. grades," Close said. bond.Willie Lee Burnett was held Big 473-Ib.freezer! Big
.. fruits and vegetables the state The cost of national advertising -under I zone
Typewriter.A $500 and Willie M. Biz 404-fo.freezer! Fast-freeze shelf fre -*!s freezer
management team from NEW YORK SAP( )*-New ad- produces can earn the label. Close'said, will be paid Dockins, a juvenile, was released 4 full-width shelves! foods extra fast.
Eventually, many kinds of from member fees. under a $500 4 full-width! shelves
Jacksonville will demonstratethe ,vance planning of heavy construction recognizancebond Porcelain Enamel! Roomy Slide-Aside
will be marketed under
company's line of office rose to $749 million produce on charges of violating the
cabinet liner basket Lock 2 keys. Porcelain Enamel!cabinet
the Sunflower label By next
machines, which will be shown last week, bringing the 23-week HST firearms act. I
spring, the State Agriculture De- Says Firing 4 extra-deep roomy Frigldaire refrigerator liner,deep-shelf door
from 10 ajn. to 8 total additions to the backlog o1
said about 20 items door shelves! Meterdependability plus pw
Gifts and refreshments will advance planning to $20.3 billion '
Of McArtlmr Miser economy.And it'sFrlgidairedependable
would be carrying it. IWANTYOUr economy. Meter-Miser economy! 0
be available to the from I
public. up 60 per cent a year !
Sunflavor emblem consistsof !'ezi
The Fri: -d!pendabrel!
the trade publication, en-
.' ago
outline of the with
Th e' gineering news-record, reported. EXCEPTIONAL
the word "Sunflavor" superimposed i
Line Railroad office has been
awarded a Certificate of Merit NEW (AP) McCrory ) <
for a perfect record of persona]! i Corp., variety store chain.saidit rounded by a picture of the sun President Harry S. Truman I r FRIGIDAIRE FRIGIDAIRE FRIGIDAIRE

injury prevention for 1963, according signed a two-year $50 million as a 'means of reminding the i: Saturday defended his removal: I I ,
to T. C. Siebert Jr., revolving credit agreement with buyer that the produce camelfrom of Gen. Douglas MacArthur as, i I WEEK WEEK WEEK
freight agent. Chemical Bank New York Florida. j i I I! Far 'East commander in 1951- j I J

The award presented to each Trust Co., the Chase Manhattan State officials regard the sym-'' and said he should have taken
SAL agency for injury prevention Bank, the First National bol as Florida's answer to Califorma's the action two years sooner.

was last" n by the Bank of Boston and Franklin Sunkist emblem. i Truman, writing in the Satur- OUTSTANDING: VALUES ON AIL FREE-STANDING

Gainesville station in 1960. National Bank. The plan was the brainchildof day Evening Post.on "My First .
Siebert received the award State Agriculture Commissin 80 Years," said that two years to join ,* FRIGIDAIRE MODELS NOW Porcelain

from L. C. Bates, of !r Doyle Conner. He Before the dismissal 1. the latejeneral *
Tampa, To Be Honored I, Snericar Refrigerators, Ranges, Washers, Dryers, Air-Conditioners
the the
SAL division superintendent, on proposed plan to 1963 had approved an action j jof { ,
behalf of J. N. Broetzman, general Legislature which, adopted it the Japanese Diet which ran IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN 4 .
manager of the jailroad. By Tampa Univ. and passed the law to regulate contrary to policy laid down in *' AN OUTSTANDING **

and j. w..inojnpson, chief of it.. Washington. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY o ic ': wiseen' Your Frs i idaire
w l
.. guatfibr.M Faro
and TAMPA (AP-The University But. te ouroM I
safety operations rules Florida sends vegetables and fully protected ant rutty promoted ,
' *
\ both of Richmond,,-Va. of Tampa will grant three I fruits to every section of the na- Without giving details Truman Z* uooat*! mwsb w 'I: today in W ek1y Dealer .
z honorary degrees Sunday at its ion and said that Secretary of the L Be make sub1t Ualinvestment. _
i provides 37 states with, i
NEW YORK (AP) General commencement exercises. Recipients -.fresh vegetables during the win- Army Kenneth Royall counter- 2. B*prepared to enter our train.v
team and
fe to n to
f procram
Telephone & Electronics Laboratories will be Dr. Carey Crone- ter months, he said. manded the action and asked umfefsund the pole** and proccdurM 4c I

> Inc., has Introduced is, chancellor of Rice University Not all of Florida's estimated whether he had done .the right 2r Americar aiMd hcoftM* to in .*Uc tao-proM cacti -tr WILSON'S EXCHANGE

.,. what it calls the brightest tele- Gen.Paul D. Adams, USA, commander 500 shippers-those who handle thing. bracket.M you fttl jrw ca* (uaGr/,wrHt* .1
vision color tube available. of the U.S. Strike Command *' .;
products and others
I they grow-i$ 1 told Royall he had and if & I '
Sylvania Electric Products and George W. Jenkinsof Wl'IW *
have become licensed members'of j MacArthur didn't obey, I'd bust,
: 'Inc., announced color televisionsets Lakeland, president of the the Sunflavor program. f'i him to sergeant," ,Truman j>i| *+DipLOMATICCEMER.SOUTH DAYTONA SCACMt FUL TOWCX it* 111 S.E First Street Phone FR 6-6479
.using the new ,tube. Publix Supermarkets. Most
t of them have indicated}wrote. J I I IIi

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