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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
Alternate Title: Sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: March 30, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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Glenn Jr., withdrew today from ; t !
the Ohio U.s. Senate campaign ; :#! r. .
because of injuries from a bath Weary: Alaskans

room faD last month. 6 "# Estimate <
"No has ask ,
to
man a right y5y 'c ly a:
for a seat in either branch of '
' the Congress merely becauseof A GrowingANCHORAGE
a specific event such as or
biting the earth in a space Keep Spirits High :

I craft," Glenn told newsmen aft :
er one of his physicians said S Alaska (AP) )
participation in the campaign { Shuddering through succes-

would be detrimental to his sive strong after-shocks, Alaska ,ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP-) keep one's own 'family warm ful minutes that began at 5:36
health and recovery. a today laboriously dug out of the The melancholy' quiet of disaster .and fed is exhausting.At p.m. Friday.

His statement was made at ruins of an historic earthquake '. aftermath has settled over the home of construction "Are you sure it was only

the Air Force hospital wherehe disaster. this pitifully scarred city.. worker Victor Paal seven chil, minutes?" said Clarence Colbert
was brought March 6 to recover The, death toll from Friday. Soldiers 'guard deserted dren, five of them neighbors, an engineer. "I'd swear
from inner ear damage. evening's record quake was approximately streets., Weary people line '''up huddle before the fireplace. For that damn thing lasted at leasta

Glenn's announcement ended 70, an amazingly with bottles; buckets, jars, coffee them Good Friday's wicked half hour. We were all at
reali-
weeks of speculation on how the low figure, bat the grim ruin tins; at big water-tank' earthquake has brought only home. At first I thought it was
economic'
zation of was '
injury would affect the futureof trucks. Others 'line up at a grand adventure, just another small quake-we *
to sink in <
beginning
the spaceman turned politi only stunned population.r upona school building' for typhoid They melt snow'in a big'yellowplastic get' 'em all the time here.

cian. Gov. William A. Egan revisedhis shots, others at' the city park trash basket on the "Then I heard a sound, like .
The ear injury impairedGlenn's .for, in steaming vats. hearth, eat lunch from olive drums and
makes bicycle estimate of dam- soup rolling I knew it was
Kim Simpson got tips on what a a property
sense of balance and dull from shock and drab tins spend the night together I hollered 'Let's
safe bicycle from Hershell Streit, while Mrs. Monnie age upward to a conservative Eyes are big. get out of
curtailed his plans to retire Williams, chairman of 'the Bicycle Safety Drive which $350 million. Other unofficial fatigue, but. if voices are low, in sleeping bags. A here!'-and we did."
from the Marine Corps March checklist. estimates higher. spirits seem amazingly high. neighbor, Frank Reed, has an Strangely, few others recall
starts Wednesday, provided ,the safety were
1 to enter the Ohio Senate race. The governor raised his esti- The crucible of common misfortune electric stove, so Mrs. Paal is hearing any sound at all other

Glenn said he sent a telegramto mate after visiting his home has,brought out the best in able to cook one hot meal a day. than glass breaking and furniture

Ohio Secretary of State Ted town of Valdez, which had 32 nearly everyone, and selfless- As neighbors swapped eXperiences tumbling. Jean Miller, for

Brown requesting that his name dead and suffered heavy de. ness has. become'' contagious, _it became ,more clear instance, was at the doctor's of-
be taken off the Dmeocratic struction. though the straggle simply to what it was like during the aw (See. RUINS on Page 2))

,ballot The Marine Corps lieutenant Time to Accent Edward,A. McDermott, President 1 I

colonel said he might return to Johnson's personal representative Not Much :{
on the scene, .was fly MacArthur. :
his home near the National Fights -
ing back' to Washington todayto
Aeronautics Administration
Space BIKE SAFETY
,,recommend special relief
center at Houston within a Relaxing At "

week or so. legislation.The President. already has "
New
As to his future plans, Glenn "The Safest Cycling Countyin membership card with 12 rules declared the 49th state a major Complication a)
said: "Perhaps there will be America!" That is the goal for safe riding, a safety decal,' disaster area. McDermott LBJ Ranch
other opportunities for serviceto set for Alachua County's schoolsin bike.inspection chart and :
reflector said it was obvious the full disaster WASHINGTON APGen.. ing reports had been of "no
our country or be a later drive starting tape. JOHNSON'CITY TeL (AP-
a bicycle safety relief'program permitted ,
time when I conduct the Douglas MacArthur, fighting change" in the general's condi-
type of campaign can I think every April LService Each. school .will, be given"'a under present law would not be President Johnson is Extending! for his life, developed a kidney tion. His family was close by-

candidate should conduct" safety and civic safety poster to display. enough.At the Easter holiday he says is no condition of "grave concern" either in the recovery area or

groups have pooled,their facili- Parents can_also help in the best, he said, it would ,vacation. .. into.another day or two.. during the night i doctors at in the executive 'suite of the
...., ties and personnel' under the., campaignMrs**WflKaros-said.- ..">4take.twa.ta.fc %,?aollklista.get.Alaskani ;- LBJ- Ranch' '- -- 'Walter Reed-Hospital reported 'J. Walter Reed Army Medical
.
aroijnd the .
I Long IUghts.FigJIt directionofMrs.Monnli'Wl1. .'. She gave" several' tips for economy into any- today' They,.said .his condition Center... __.. .
Hams, Home & School Safety' parents of young bike riders: workable shape. Again 'today no appointments remaiDed-criU aI. Mae Arlh -'entered the hospital -

Chairman of the Gainesville-" Don't turn a youngster looseon Alaska Senators Ernest were announced for the chief ex- The doctors also reportedthat 28 days ago today suffering

Opens. County Citizen's Safety' his first ,bike without teach-. Gruening,and E. L. (Bob) Bart- ecutive. That's been the patternfor the general had "unfortun- from severe jaundice and on
Council to'.make the county's ing' him the rules of the ro d. lett:-.Washington-bound, in- his stay here, now in its fifth ately" developed a recurrence March 6 underwent his first op
school cyclists safety-conscious. -Make sure he ,understands dicated they would press for an of intermitent bleeding from eration. Doctors removed gall
In Senate Almost every' bike accidentcan .how to.operate the'''bike.safely. immediate, aid grant in. Con day.But his esophagus, the condition stones and his gall bladder to

be traced to lack of know- -Insure the bike is 'in good gress. ;Johnson has been getting that prompted his second oper- relieve a' bile obstruction causing
WASHINGTON: (AP) Sen. ledge or negligence on the partof ;(See BIKE on Page Z) Typically, Seward, 60 miles in some 'work-a president always ation more than a week ago. the jaundice
Hubert H. Humphrey leads off the rider according to Mrs. south of Anchorage, had only does. And he sort of grumbled MacArthur is attempting to Recovery progressed normally
Williams. two known, dead, but its busi- "haven't had one," when ,. with the
with a challenge today as Senate Frost LikelyIn weather the impact of his third general receiving
backers of the civil rights '"National 'statistics compiled, ness was 95:per: cent destroyedand asked Sunday I bow he was j enjoying major operation in 24 days.. He visitors, taking short walks and
of its still had .
Institute of America few men
by the Bicycle his Easter vacation.
eating a regular diet
bill launch an all-out campaign has been receiving bedside aid
N. FloridaBy
aimed at winning passage of number show of mishaps that the occur greatest be- jobs.The. Alaskan .Railroad, vital Over the weekend, the President of an arsenal of life-supporting with Last the Monday rupture he and was stricken
equipment bleedingof
the controversial measure. from Seward to the interior speedily proclaimed earthquake
-
cause of traffic rule violations THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. route a varicose vein in his
The Senate battle is expectedto jumble of wreckedcars ravaged Alaska a disaster The 84-year-old general was esophagus.
or bicycles improperly cared Cold air funneling down from was a Doctors
last for weeks. Although today for by owners. Canada spread over the South and twisted rails. A mile- area 'and mustered federal under sedation during the night, this time under operated again,
is the first day the bill is waterfront collapsedinto help for the state as reports and was receiving intravenous emergency con-
"We're going to let every cy- today and brought a threat of long, area ditions, to stem the
bleeding. :::r;:
fluids blood transfusions and
before the Senate, opponents the flowed in from the 'scene and ,
clist 'know what he. should do scattered. frost in north Florida sea. They rerouted major veins
have been talking against it for All the ring of the Gulf from Washington. oxygen as he required it. to
and then try to see,that he docs tonight. along relieve the pressure, removing
almost a month. it," she said. "It takes, very Temperatures in the 3Qs were of Alaska where the great quake Among other things,. Johnson But, the doctors said, the five- the spleen in the process, and
The subject of the civil rights little extra effort to avoid acci forecast for northern portionsand struck in fury'at 5:36 p.m. Friday got in some paper work, an- star general was still in critical stopped the bleeding.
bill was brought up by newsmen dents. Riding by, the rules is in the 40s in the interior of it was a similar story 'of nounced some appointments and condition, as he has been for Again recovery seemed to

late Saturday at a news confer- the best'way to keep your bikea southern portions. low casualties but mighty ruin. drafted a bid to Congress to.set several days. continue normally, until the
ence President Johnson held at vehicle for ,good health. and Some early morning readings Anchorage, the metropolis of up a committee to find out why Late Sunday night, hospital general was hit again, this time
his Texas ranch home. pleasure.'.' today included 46 at Tallahassee the state with an area popula- farmers are getting less for food spokesmen said that Mrs. Mac- by pneumonitis, an inflamation .
In reply to a request for his As part,of the indoctrination, 47 at Gainesville, '51 at tion of 100,000, counted 12 dead.. and housewives' are paying Arthur had visited J her husband at the base of his right lung.
views on' school boycotts, the each school bike rider will ,be, Tampa, 65 at Miami and 71 at Its business district and its best more. several times through the day. Under antibiotic therapy, the

I (See RIGHTS on Page 2)) given .Bicycle Safety :League. 'Key weSt. (See QUAKE on ,Page 2) Earlier, they indicated the gen- lung showed marked improvement .
eral was wavering between con and he
was.
reported recovering -
... h AuditDue
sciousness and sedation.
City .
until
Baker I)ead The latest emergency came gency'Sunday.the second emer-
Isn't.
II Case Review early Easter morning and doctors

had to operate for a third l,. -i Ii"
: The latest city audit win be time the second emergency

By CLARK MOLLENHOFF ing onward. Now. his attitude reviewed' .tonight by the Gainesville surgery in seven days. WHERE 1

Cowles Washington Bureau has changed, and he believes a City Commission at 7:30 at They: removed about eight ;
GOP Still Wants political fuss is the only solutionin the Utilities Operation Center. feet of small intestine after a TO FIND 'ij,
WASHINGTON D.C. The Jf the face of whatRepubUcansare portion of it had become IT
Commissioners will also discuss
end of the Senate investigation "brutal trapped in an old hernia. It had
of Bobby Baker's activity marks Questions Answeredradio "calling a power the latest financial state literally strangled for lack of Comics . . TO
the beginning of the Republican play. ment devoting the entire meeting blood. Classified . .1113'Entertainment
All hope of ,Democratic sup- to the audit and budget re > 11
attacks on Baker, the Democratic Doctors said they had founda
port vanished last :week and view. The Carol Estates apartment Obituaries . 2'
in the Senate and
,
majority and television stations"an .gesting it was "ridiculous" for Republicans in the Senate and zoning request will,be on small perforation in the re- Opinion Page . 4' *-*

President Lyndon B. Johnson. example of political .influence President Johnson to deny that the.House started to'warm up next week's agenda. moved section-but that there Sports . . 8,9Women' t
Senator John J. Williams, ,' ,and said that if Bobby Baker was his protege had been no gangrene.
anyone
supreme .
the.Baker case,u'a campaign . 5"
Rep., DeL formally launched in lesser position had done the,Senate. issue. The Operations Center is at From the time that report
I the attack last week and for 'the'same things he would have The attacks can be expected, 555 S.E. 5th Ave. came Sunday, the only succeed
They didn't need to much
the first time ,been "hounded ,out of office." say .
JoJncreaseJn the weeks ahead;*,
about the details of the wheelingand .
was publicly A few Republicans I *pictured for Senator Williams will be dealing of Baker in business Noted Anthropologist Greek
critical of theinvestigation
Analysis: Baker.as'following the.pattern leading the way. The lanky that boosted his fortune to more .Authority.
What The of of President Johnson in mixing Delaware Republican has served than $2 million dollars. When I
the affairs of
1 News Robert G. (Bob politics ,and business dealings, notice that he will have a lot Baker took the Fifth Amendment Schedule Lectures at UF During WeekDr.

; Means by) Baker, the and a large number were sug- more to say on the Baker case. on more than 100 questions .

former secre- He has explained thalTje has dealing with his political and Louis L.; B. ,Leakey,; intematioDaDy' 'established. Africa as the cradle -

tary of the Democratic .. withheld criticism ap to this financial dealings; he. placed known: :explorer- of civilization.Dr. I
point because be wanted to give himself in' a position that none and ,
majority. anthropologist, Dr> Hoses Hadas, an authority on f
And, before the week was "- [ the Senate Rules Committee an of the most friendly Democrats Ha 11 a s, renowned Creek' classical antiquity, will deliver : PY
through there were dozens of 1.i oppOrtunity'to do a thorough job. could defend openly scholar take the 'rostrum for ,' the annual Phi Beta Kappa
Now_be knows it won't be dsB .' .
Republican senators and congressmen 1 In' the House in.the Senate, public lectures at:'the University lecture Friday at 8:15 pjn. in
t
'I in the act with their x While Chairman B. Everett and in the Rcpublkaa news letters -* of Florida this week. the Physics Building Auditorium. -

::3 I criticism usually aimed directly Jordan, Dem.-.N. Car., aad his the major .focus,'was 'on ,; '' + .. His talk, "Humanism -
at President Johnson or at the .- five Democratic colleague weremoviflg .the "Democratic cover-up" of Dr. ,Leakey's taSqon prehistoric The Ancient Ideal and Its Modern -
"'cover-up" by the Senate Rules ahead .kith iheariags t fte.Baker case by,a 1&03 party'lee man are> aefrpdrifd' far Survivals," follows the in-

Committee. r. ,Senator. ., ,vote.and on.Baker's"past today ,in .tee Florida UnksfAnditerfasn i&atioft of 96 new members in-
at 3.pjn.,and.the to;the honorary scholastic fraternity.
with :
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Wsthe gyp President John1 1 F-
John
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brook, Rep., Ohio was most 1 : .1 ; : .
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Professor
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Thurmond.SlateQff I I Weather Roundup More About i
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Met by ,Cuban Opposition Fla. Ballot s. From Page 1 ,,I


erne.c whole Senate and "no protegeof tege and made a feeble effort to

The "soft" versus the "hard" and distributed literature say under Communist rule. TALLAHASSEE (AP) The B, C, -Colder: tonight anyone." convince his audience that Baker .-

line on Cuba was on display in ing there is no peace in Com- In his speech;, Lyttle.,assailed slate of Democratic natIonal with low of 28 to 35 and "He was there before I came was just another Senate !

j Gainesville' yesterday, when a munist countries. his fellow marchers and other convention delegates pledged to l 'scattered frost,High'Tuesday to the Senate for 10 years,," employee." *

group of,Cuban students stageda I .Lyttle.-is. :coordinator a bystanders to rise.above the South CarolinaDemocratic Sen. 55 to 60. Fair through Tues .-' President Johnson said. "He "Let the record speak for itself .

countermarch in protest of a peace group which is now mar- oppressive powers of the time Strom Thurmond went off the I day. Small craft warnings was elected by all the senators, ," Cross said. He then quot

peace march by the UF Student ching from Canada to Cuba. and, like true Christians, fight Florida primary. election ballot displayed for northwest to appointed by no one, Including ed the August 30, 1957, Congress. i\f

Peace Union. He told a small audience, including against those who would drive today at Thurmond's request. north winds 20 to 30 miles an the Republican senators." ional Record in which Majority I

The peace marchers repre- the Cubans, that United the world to war." Toe action left unopposed the hour, diminishing tonight and M Republican regarded it as a Leader Johnson had character. ,

sented the newly-formed organ States policy in Cuba was "dis Lyttle said those who make slate ,of Democratic delegates becoming northeasterly Tues denial of Baker by President ized Baker as "one of my most
ization at the University of and the decisions' about United da r
graceful" what had happened pledged to President Lyndon Y Johnson and effort to saddle trusted, most loyal and most
an
Florida. They climaxed their in Cuba is the fault of States foreign policy have been Johnson. "
E, F, 6 Fair through M the Republicans with some of competent friends.
march downtown .
through this the
country. manipulating people by controlling CoWer tonight with row of J4l5 also
The South Carolina senator 4 He quoted Johnson
Gainesville by hearing a speechby Juan Ramirez, one of the Cu- the communications of and chance of scattered frost. High" the responsibility for appoint- as
said he did not want his name Tuesday to the MI. S me telling the Senate in
.Now of to the August
ment the secretary ,
Bradford Lyttle at the courthouse ban students, said his group was the country.The .arnlngs displayed 1 for iort.r1yy :
the presidential preference winds 20 to 30 1958, that "a great deal
1 on miles an flour Clmlll Democratic majority.The of the
square. not necessarily against the speech drew little reaction I ailing .
ballot in Florida. ecornlnl torah of this
The Cuban group, also Uni peace marchers but wanted people from the crowd except for MferIJ lueedsy. fw ,. OS. Republican National: Com success Congress has ,
j versity of Florida students fen realize that couldbe brief > Secretary of State Tom Adams H. I Fear thrugh: Tusidey. and been due to Bobby Baker's alert. '
to there one argument from a Cuban er ant i low N the 1oh. = GAINESVILLE 'WEATHER mittee the Republican policy .. .
in ahead of the peace marchers no peace as long as Cuba was student said he followed a precedent set Tuesday Irgs dl around'70. Smai craft wam- committees of the Senate and.ness, his diligence, his devotion,
A several weeks ago when former 2t to'30 miles pia roe M for flout:nor1ftIrtr becomlnt Winds Municipal Airport ,readings House researched the congressional his dedication, and his insist

Vice President Richard Nixon .asterty-and Tuesday.and cflmlnlslling 101M tofIlpt, for 24 hours to 8 ..m. records for evidence of ence that things be done right"

I Film Likens Man to AnimalLay asked to have his name strickenon taut- Fair through Tuesday. 'Colder today: High' 74 at' 3 p.m., the close relationship that existed Representative Anther Nel-
with low low 47 at 7 a.m. No rain.
.
the Republican side of the M on the coast to the rql.40. M from Hnur between Johnson and Baker sen, Rep., Minn., commentedthat

delegate election. Tuesday bgs displayed around 70. Small ad wari. ALMANAC and the results of the researchhas the investigation was "too

scientists will be treatedto Dr. Leaky recently startledthe key Is using the film to illustratethe The Thurmond slate was headed to 30 miles .n for hour nortneny'becomlnt was, north-20 Sunset sunrise today ':Q pjn. been made available to hot to handle" because of political .
ustery TveacIq. tomorrow ':20
ajn.
an outstanding film on African scientific world with the discovery likeness between man and by,Tom Gaskins of Palmdale Moonrftt tonight ':1C pjn representatives and senators.In Implications, but that this

animals, birds and insects in East Africa of what animals. It was viewed by politicians as TEMPERATURES KUIWHIRB. The Lat planet Quarter Venus b Saturday now hi night.theconstellation. the week tnat the hearing was no justification for the

by world famous explorer-an he believed to be ,the world's Dr. Leakey told the Sun this means of determining the degree M'-mI JacbonvUl.' ...i..............;............ 77"71 H a L PrcJo. of dim. tars. Taurus.directly. The abevt clutter Venus. was coming: to a close, the Democratic majority voting to

thropologist Dr. Louis L. B. first man. morning his last showing of thefilm of dissatisfaction of rank. TanIN/ ................ n n tonight to ft* Haiadu.CIDAft. speeches and newsletters contained reject all witnesses ,suggested
At/Mt.
Leakey today at 8 p.m. in University Now on a lecture tour of the was in Washington's Constitutional and-file Democrats with the policies Boston .V.V.V.V.V.V.V.... 4f 47 n KIT TIOISTveeday a fair sample of what can by the Republicans.The .
n High at 9:40 e m. and+
Auditorium. eastern United States, Dr. Lea Hall. Capacity audiences of the President and the Washington New York .......................... II 91 9:03 OJTU tow at 1:14 ...... and ':17. be expected in the weeks and lengthy and detailed Wall

of 4,000 packed the hall national ,Democratic party. Chicago ................ 3 u* D It JO.U t'RN., PORICAST months ahead.Representative. Street Journal articles on the
!! ...!. -L ..J... .. I Kansas City .......... at 17 lAST GULP Small craft warning* LBJ I
tl for each of two showings while Removal of the slate leaves Denver ................ a D for northerly wind M to M, Company,radio and televis
Ft. Worth ............ kneel Clark Mac-
others turned : only the Democratic n 42 becoming northeastorty and ion ,station operations '
1 many were away. party regular Los Angeles ............ S3 were
.......... .. 5S diminishing tonight and Tvatday. Gregor, Rep., Minn., pointedout
&? More About According to Dr. Leakey, early ; delegates on the ballot. Seattle .. ... ,n" ,.I r. among the best' read material :)
that
Baker's rise from net
a
man, like animals, fell in two This group is headed by the In Republican circles an week.:
groups vegetarians and car state party chairman, Warren ,Five-Day Forecast worth of $11,000 in 1954 to a for In[ the carefully documented material .
tune of million in the
VF nivores. Goodrich of Bradenton. It includes $2 came they found explanationsof
'''This film and the talk tonight the governor, -cabinet Temperatures win average the seventies in the north to period.after Baker became secretary the,large.number of decisions

is especially aimed at the layman members and other party lead.! five degrees below normal during around 80 in the south portion.A to the majority on January by the FCC that had aided Mrs.

," Dr. jlgakey said. "The the five-day period ending warming trend was forecast 5, 1955. MacGregor said: Lady Bird Johnson in
From 1 buildinga
Page- other lectures! am giving at ers.On the Republican ballot are Friday. The, normal low ranges for Wednesday. Widely scat-' "It was'on that date that Sen $17,500 Investment into a mul-

the University of Florida are rival slates, one pledged to Sen from the sixties in tered showers are predicted for ator Lyndon B. Johnson submit- ti-miUion-doUar business.
Fredson Bowers of the Univer- at the College of Medicine the extreme the weekend with around
technical. one
Goldwater
Barry of Arizona and ted the following resolution: The \
articles
sity of Virginia, will be the Thursday and Friday for discussion The films were made in Ken- the other unpledged but unoffl south to the fifties elsewhere.The tech forecast for the south pore 'Resolved that ,Robert G. Baker this wealth explained how ,]
was in
final-public lecturer in a series of recent developmentsin ; ya and Tanganyika by Hugo dally for Goldwater too. normal'high varies. from tion. of South Carolina be and acquired the 1
-celebrating the fourth centennialof I obstetrics and gynecolgy. government-regulated radio and
Vanlannick 'I
in
be elected
cooperation with is hereby .secretary
Shakespeare's birth. It takes Dr. Conrad Collins of Tulane -. television industry while John
the National
Geographic Society. for the majority of the Sen-
place tonight at 8 p.m. at Mc- University and Dr. Robert ,Leakey, who has been Brazil Rebel ate." son was in public office as a

Carty Auditorium.Dr. A. Ross of the: Universityof scratching the ground near his <@! bituarie saW it "was congressman and as a senator.
MacGregor, wrylyamusing"
Bowers, a noted literary North Carolina, will be vis- native Kenya for 40 years, found "It would be very interestingto
critic and author, will discuss -: iting speakers. This is one of the bones of Zinjanthropus, AmnestyRescinded to hear President: know just who advertized on
,_ education Johnson "gloss over his friend- this'
"Death in Victory jaBBaBiBjg giijuate which pre-dates the Java and television station and how
Shakespeare's Tragc! Reconcil- seminars designed to help Peking men by a million MARY BERRY 56, Hawthorne equipment. operator ship with Bobby Baker and deny much?" Ashbrook told the
practicing physicians keep years. for Alachua County who that he was his protege. House. "We have
iations. "I knew what I was looking LAKE BUTLER Funeral 1 already seen
In other campus events ..___..,:' of new developmentsin for," Leakey commented: this service for Mrs. Mary Ellen was killed in an, accident at "The truth is that the relationship one political kickback which

scheduled for the week: the medical specialties. morning when asked about the: RIO DE :JANEIRO (AP) Berry, 84, who died Saturday in Lochloosa Saturday, will be between Mr. Johnson was routed through the televis-
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-Over 100 safety engineers The Gator Variety Band discovery which. is expected to. Rear Adm.: Paulo Mario da the Lake Butler Hospital, will Tuesday ,in' Summerville.He and Bobby Baker was an intimate ion station. Were there more?" ,

and administrators from all over presents the 14th Annual Jazz rewrite: anthropology text-. Cuba Rodriguesv a leftist who be> at 3 p.m. today in the Elzey was a: Hawthorne resident one during the six years Republicans found great siml- 'I

j the southeast come to campus Concert Thursday at 8:15 p.m. books. was appointed ,navy minister. Chapel Cemetery. for 20 years. that Senator Johnson served laxity in the business success of

April 1-3 for the 11th Annual in the University! Auditorium. "It was through a combina after a sltdown rebellion in the Mrs. Berry was born in Sura- MRS. A. L. WOLFE with distinction as the leading the Johnson family and the storyof

Accident Prevention Engineering Conducted "bySSrry N. Smith, t ton of luck, hard work and persistence ranks last week, did an about ter County, and had lived here Democrat in the United States' Baker's financial success

Conference sponsored by instructor in music, the band that I made the discov face today and rescinded an I since 1950.'She was a memberof Word has been :received 'ofth'e Senate," Representative Mac while serving in the influential

the College of Engineering. will play awide variety of jazz ery. Ever since I was 131 amnesty for the rebels. i the First Baptist Church. death of Mrs. A. L. Wolfe, Gregor said. post as secretary to the Democratic I

-PractIcing the physicians state will meet from band selections.A thought it was a shame that we The Navy Ministry press of. She is survived by a son, Eugene of Tenafly, N.J., mother of Dr. The Minnesota Republicanread majority in the Senate.

throughout I knew so much about the evolu- ficer said investigations had Halle of Lake Butler, three Herbert S. W 0 1 f e. Memorial from a tribute the majority They had hoped to prod the ,

program of sacred and ion, of animals, but so littleabout been ordered into the action omen grandchildren[ and five great- services will take place tomorrow leader paid to Bobby Baker.on Democrates in the,Senate Into a
secular music will be "
More About : presented man. and officers involved in incidents randchUdren.[ night at the Tenafly Presbyterian July 27, 1956, as one who "has comprehensive investigation of
by the 61-member University ,'The first of Leakey's :talks is I Church. the LBJ '.'.
radio and
I that caused a crisis in Wilson and Brannon Funeral kept the machinery on this side Company
Choir its annual '
during a tt 3 pjn. today in the FloridaJnion the Brazilian navy and gOVelnmenb Home is in charge. Mrs. Wolfe, who.was 97 years of the aisle working: with smooth television Interests in Texas, j.
Concert the
Bike Spring Tuesday in Auditorium. Tomorrow he old, visited, her son and fam- precision." and for that reason had been ::
University Auditorium at 8:15: speaks at McCarty Auditorium TOMLINSON
A number of men were ARTHUR ily in Gainesville many times. Representative MacGregoralso restrained In their political com-
p.m. at 8:40 ajn. and at the J.
r EU. ,- Miller ,Health HOlls wounded in clashes an d..:there WILUSTON Arthur, Tom. She is survived by three oth- called:attention to similar ments. Now they are sure that
:: Center at 12:30: have been-sonic er sons: Dr. Hugh C. Wolfe the time for restraint Is passed,
may killed inson, 83, died yesterday at Johnson tributes to Baker in
From Page'lmechanical More About press reports said. his residence here, following a and E. Winslow Wolfe, both o! 1957 and: 1958, and then quoted and it Is time to broadcast the _''.
Tenafly, and Dr. Austin R. issue *"
p.m.More as of major significance
and the The ministry's action came lengthy illness. from a speech by Senator Alan
condition I Wolfe of Ganado
site for the rider. About after sharp criticism of the amnesty He was a native of Chester, Ariz. Bible, Dem., Nev., which said in the 1964 election campaign. .;

proper-Permission to ride a bike QuakeFrom : by the press and by naval England, and ,moved to Wil KELLEY KOPMAN ". I like to refer to Bobby No more investigation is neededto ,

should be on condition that the. RuinsFrom officers, including more than listen from Columbus, Ohio, 13 Baker as Lyondon, Junior, an demonstrate that Bobby Baker -'
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not to 30 admirals. They protested years ago. He was a memberof Services for Kelley H. Kop-1 accolade he well deserves. ." was a wheeler-dealer who

child promises. The bike should carry pass-have Page 1 government failure punish en- the Methodist Church. I man, 52, 2191 SE 15th Ave., Representative H. R. Gross, betrayed> his trust as a public .

racks engers.for carrying parcels. Page 1 listed sailors involved in a 40- Survivors include a daughter, will be Wednesday at 10 aJl. Rep., Io., commented on President figure. Now the Republican goals

-Bikes should have a residential sections,'were totter hour rebellion, which was most Mrs. Evelyn Worsley, Willis-, attic Williams Thomas cha Johnson's television Interview to simply establish that the ,

In front for night riding lighl tog heaps of awesome wreck flee with two of her seven chil ly passive. ton; a son, Wilfred Tomlinson,I pel.The in which "the President leader of the Democratic Party
dren and didn't even feel the Villiston livestock transfer operator -denied that his is Baker's friend."
"Bobby
red reflector or light on the Rodrigues acted after conferring ; one grandchild and ; died Bobby was pro- .:
age.Kodiak earth shake Sunday at Alachua -
at first -
three great grandchildren. -
rear.. Island enumerated 12 with President Joao Goul -
Also, Mrs. Williams cautioned r dead. Its fishing fleet and canning "I started to lean against the art, who flew here from Bra. Funeral services win be tomorrow General. Hospital after an apparent Ga'inesv re S-un ,:

youngsters should be warnednot plants were wrecked. wall to talk with Dr. Mills;' sills, the capital, where Congress at 2 p.m. at 'the First t Service heart will attack.be conducted Moose PlansCeremony ,.--

to shoot out of driveways or One hundred and five miles Mrs. Miller said "and the wall was convening to consider Methodist Church of WiUIston, Rev; N. B. Langford with burial by. Saturday Published, and evtnlnos Sunday except mornings "

stunt in traffic. They'should southeast of Anchorage, reports moved away from me,,The doc the crisis. with Rev ,Alfred Eustes off at Micanopy : I by the Gainesville Publishing -,

obey all traffic lights and signs from the small town of Valdez tar.pushed me and the Childrento Brazil's Communist-dominat elating.I Cemetery. Company at 101 SE :.
He born ..
in Ocala and
was
and walk their bikes across in- pronounced "Valdeez said the floor and fell down on top ed labor leadership chargedthat I Burial will be in Orange Hill lived in Alachua County for 35 Charles McCaU of Mooseha 2nd and ,Place.entered GalnejvIer as second!! Florida class, "

tersections. many of the 32 dead were on of us. When it first happened, ,conservative military men Cemetery under the directionof ven win be the guest speaker matter at the Post Office at
years.
Nine other agencies are cooperating a dock that collapsed when hit I thought it was just a truck were planning to overthrow left- Knauff Funeral Home. Survivors include his wife, tomorrow evening when the Gainesville, Florida.CIRCULATION ...;'

in the bicycle safety by a huge sea wave. going; by. leaning President Goulart. Mrs. Oran Ward Kopman; Gainesville Moose Lodge honors RATES BY. : :
ROSE PAC
campaign. The sea waves also worked Out at the fashionable Tura- Circuit Judge J. C. AdkinsJr. CARRIER OR MAIL' .
five .
are Sheriff and Police terrible and deadly destruction'thousands gain section Panel Give Mrs. Rose Pac, 68, New Britain stepchildren, Mrs. Mar- -
They : Esther to
McCreedy tha Woodard Mrs. Julia Hood, 1 Week .45 2
Conn. died
at the University -
,
departments, County School of miles away, kin- knew it ,was no truck. Mrs. Joy Bardon and Cathy Ceremonies, during which 60 3 Mes. $5.85 ;.

Superintendent, safety department tog at least 16 persons in California : "I was in the rear corner f Cancer Program She'' was Hospital here'this visiting morning.her Kopman all of Gainesville, and will be initiated, begin at 8 All mail subscriptions must: ::

.of Gainesville Woman'sClub and Oregon. Worst of the room fixing dinner-a ham, Mrs. Ren aSt ft Y pjn. tomorrow in the Moose be paid in advance. :,;
IOn, Fran, personnel
Junior Woman's Club these. sufferers was Crescent with pineapple rings and brown A panel of volunteer leaders manager Mrs. Rena Starling, Ocala Lodge.
a
at Sperry. ; Member of Audit Bureau of :.:,
AAA, Medical Auxiliary, Bicycle ,City, Calif., more than 2,000 sugar Mrs. After the new candidates
McCreedy said.: in the Alachua County unit of Services to be held in New half-brother, Marvin Syl Ii Circulation(
Institute of America and Streit's miles from the quake's epicen "I was just vester have! been enrolled, women of ::
thinking how good the American Cancer Society Candler, Fla.; a sis- :
Britain will be announced later AH -
.material contained herein Is
Bicycle Shop.Afore ter. There 11 persons died and it[ was going to ter Mrs. the' Moose and wives will be -
taste. will appear on "At Your Service Williams Vernell Rawlins, St the property of the GainesvillePubfhhing
15 were still missing. "The'first shock came. It'was 1 ," .an education television Home.by Thomas Funeral Augustine, ,and two. half sisters I invited to hear the talks by I I'I / Company In whole, or(e)hi 1964.part Reproduction U :_.:

About Anchorage, center of the Alaskan Ii series of quick jumps like the program, on Channel 5 at 9 p.m. In addition to'her son, she Mrs. Rena Belle Thom 'Judge Adkins and McCaU. strictly.forbidden without the written .,
recovery effort, went soberly Refreshments will I I armtuhar of the publUner. -
be
serir
d.
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ground was stuttering. I had as, Jacksonville and Mrs. Elizabeth .
l about its business, flinching felt Tuesday. is survived by a ,sister, Mrs. '
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at successive aftershocks.One worse and wasn't alarmed. Then' Dr.: Margaret Waid, staff pathologist Marian Wiencek of New Bri Styron, New Orleans.

shake felt, In all of a sudden.I was being >at Alachua General tain. Pallbearers are J. M. Crevasse
strongly
RightsFrom Easter knocked from one wall to an- Hospital and Brevard General Jr., Don Petersen Lou
Anchorage
rated at 7.3 on evening the Ricbter was ither. Hospital, will discuss the .sodety' GUY PAYTON Hendry, Dewey Henderson, Gas Genie says:

scale of' "I flicked off 'the stove- burners research and service pro SUMMERVTLLE, Ga. Funeral Wayne Peirce and Johnny Yar-
the University
1 by
Page energy and She is chairman the : services for Guy Payton, irough.On .
in
of Washington at Seattle, got .a corner. It was grams. '
President said "We believe in 1,500 miles away. University all I could do to stay on my Florida division's: leukemia GET ALL 0,

scientists said it feet.. Cabinet doors flung committee and past chairmanof .
the right of petition as given was a separate 1 open edu I -
in the the dishes came tumbling out the statewide' public .
under the Constitution, but he quake, Aleutian THEFACTS =
.
said he believed:the civil rights trench 600 miles northwest of everything began bouncing cation committee.Ed 1 1
chairman of the -
Friday's epicenter, but Anchor around and the walls WeN almost Peck, -
bill would be ,,a long step to unit's special events call '
age felt it with jittery apprehension. rippling. county .. '
ward solving problems that,re- .
discuss
cult in petitions. I "I sat right down on the floor. committee will public .

An earlier midafternoonshock Then I could bear the house education slncelS7S
Asked if he .thought it wouldbe
W. S. "Tiny" Talbot county
led to civil defense creaking and
a groaning. I started > ABOUTnatural
possible to get a cloture vote '
the
chairman for society' annual -
warning of a new tidal for the front door and I .
to cut off the ,,expected Senate wave re.member April education and fundraising s
beaded for Seward. It was saying out loud 'U only _
filibuster against the bill, Johnson crusade, win discuss
called 'off quickly but people Bob would] hurry and
" said: "I haven't gone into up get bow contributions win be spent I
that I think that win have' to who had lived through Friday here,' then I began screaming.

be determined after the debate. evening's terror fled to high "Just as I stepped on the front (fADVEBTUEkUENT gas

I don't know whether it will be ground. steps, the whole house collapsed Iwial InswaiKtSeU

necessary or not" The Friday evening' quake behind me. I turned around and NFC's trutmrtty mmj service

In his prepared Senate speech was rated by experts at ..2 to It was'almost out of sight" Mail

today, Humphrey said, bipartisan 8.7 on the Richter scale. This "We're just grateful" said by Household fi"the: oldest and meet> experienced AIR CONDITIONINGFOR

backers of the civil right scale measuring the release of Bob Mct reedy, 37, "that we're company outs land-has been standing; ready to astift
has before rateda -. You may be qualified for with needs for
energy never both alive and enough to family money more than 86 yean.
bill are anxious for "full and young
fair, debate." quake ,higher than 8.6 and stan again." f1,0001ife insurance so you When you need money help, trust the experience of SUMMER COMFORTNow
then only rarely and !in unpopulated will not burden your loved ones the understanding folks at HFC.irew .
The Minnesotan, assistant places. with funeral and other expaoeaThis you con Air Condition your home and hove -
Democratic leader and floor Anchorage wholesale NEW policy is especially ... tip .. +H9Tafca the luxury of a gas fired air conditioning unit with 'I

manager for the bin, said "We estimated. they had about grocers a 30- PROPANE helpful to.those between 40 up a at iiiaMiU tt repayASK no engine, no compressor, only whisper-quiet cool _/

are also willing to come to a I day stock of essential foods onbttd and 90. No medical examination AKX7T CMDTT Uf PtfUKAMC* ON LOANS AT clout UTII ing with longer 'lasting trouble free comfort. ..

decision on each title of the bffl '. -mostly wrecked H LP MS' necessary. .. ,-
W eta
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"We are wifllag to let a'majority Electric LIFE U 8U1 ANCE. ,
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i Gambling Cooled : : I School. Bus J:orJ5tamps.. ;.. --, II

DALLAS, Tex. (AP-Parents) stamps and trade for a single
and pupils have licked the transportation variety. _
.In Hot 'problem '9DaHa5 l IT -.
Springs In : Christian grade school hi collecting :Mrs. Witmer and principal .
:I 1,305,000 trading stamps.:David C. Higgins arranged to Dtre
HOT SPRINGS Ark. (AP- tables and slot] machines were the' UF McCarty It took two.years fora com-I swap the stamp collection today -" i.to
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I Police start checking today to stilled Sunday,by order of Gov. ) and is open to the mittee headed by Mrs. for a new DUS, the third in the i
see that this mountain resort Orval E. Faubus. I snowstorm I Witmer to .collect assorted private school's fleet. -*-' toto
I city's biggest industry, illegal Whether the closing is perma- I:white Easter authored sever ....... ,:h
gambling, is really dead. nent is a question. One club operator weather his fields :of spe \
Roulete wheels, dice, card predicted the casinos day of well as on Walt
would be in 'full swing next mas. and' literary e.id
year. A .move is under way to his ,latest, work,
Don't Want legalize gambling through an The and Textual I,- ........ St r-
initiated act in the November with the is due publication
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To. Join Ala. general election.A ,,'i
"The Complete Office Supply Store"w ct
editor of the -';
city official estimated that Up to ie
PENSACOLA (APt) ,the 25 per cent of the city's 28,377 in _some journal BOWERShe 7
t people of northwest Florida want residents would -affected,immediately -depth of Bibliography," and I vrt. WILL BE CLOSED
to join-Alabama; ? No. by the shutdown way i I of bibliographical Is also a philatelist and a .. e01
Such was the reply to Pensa- Mayor Dan Wolf said gambling i record for London and at Ox- judge in the American Kennel ..- fSJr
cola Journal managing editor has been a: steady part of 'previous 8.'T": Club. FOR INVENTORY ALL DAY APRIL 1st :.. _
who has lectured
Arthur Cobb's straw vote election the city's economy. "You can't ;on Easter -
u.s. and at Cam-
on the question. just yank" it out, like a bad The Oxford, is a na- Select. your new Telephone Orders Will Be Filled -: pI'I'p
The'.results were overwhelm- tooth, he said. were I Haven and took SPRING''FABRICS a !
ingly in favor of staying Florid- Almost 1,000 casino employeswill to show degree at Brown 'at a Chesnut Office Equipment Co. : .ie
ians.. be without jobs. One of the little his doctorate at SINGER *
Some .folks said they would largest casinos had a payroll of churches I 104 W. Univenity Ave. Ph. FR 2-8421 __ e.
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move if Alabama annexed north- $1.5 million a year. winter active in the Na-
west Florida. Hot Springs will lose $140,000 and rain of the Shake- ra.. b
Some said they already had in taxes it collects. each year'on and Is Committee .... ,
escaped from Alabama once. gambling. blowing lui .
The poll followed the idea of Estimates of the amount spent "Merry : TAX to l>-
a group'of Alabama legislators here annually on illegal gam- facetious ""
who even passed a resolution in bling run to more than $50' mil thousands I' to
the last session of the Alabama lion. The amount.spent on housing -deep Js
legislature'opening the door for food and services probably services. ... 1SIe
action on possible annexation. would double that. shortly I 6th St. FR 6-2924 \ .s,
Hot Springs also is the site of tinued '
Oaklawn Park, a legal horse The -
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"For race track. With six days left chiefly on i if
A : in the 43-day race meeting the fore MUCH f s ef
park's mutuel machines have ley. Snow
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enIY. handled $22.6 million.. Illinois Iii
Police also will visit bars, restaurants -tions but ito

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::._. 4 Gol.q YiMa:Sun 'Monday, March 30,. 1964

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JOHN B. HAKXUOX. FrMUMt sad By WALTER LIPPMANN which would have come from tie. We are still assuming, 12 there has been no \1 i

'. '. .':', r bak ri FAT COWL** vie *? .4 As one of the old hands who the fall of an indispensableand years after the Marshall Plan advance of
.a. tail ED JOHHSON. TIM ..........* has been writing about foreignaid gallant ally. that the effective way to get cept in Cuba, which Importan1 ,

,Florida's. Beautiful,..'.. >.EBEKSOLE.M K::....... .Miteri. TttfUat W. O...*CBffl A.)- since President Roosevelt When President Truman the money from Congress is have been impelled 1 I

.,;: 'University CityY, T rtJt. DfrMteri BOB TABTAGLIONC. invented what was called asked the Congress to authorize to use the ideas and the slogans arms of Red Russia '
.. TU ..,....... ... arnJ Fvltaer By RALPH rife fTtonlaf McGILL r.kU.kcrOf "lend-lease." I find myself the appropriation of some of the Marshall Plan. everybody i 1
.. tin. 11..1' tt. AtluU. (Ga.) CMitttmtlM'Passion wondering why the whole sub- $17 billion for the Marshall As we had put money into Cuban policy seems to have .'

# ., ject has become so stale. Plan, the country knew that if Britain, France, Germany, made every possible mistake.
THE SUN'S POLICY Some kind of vital spark has Western Europe could not recover Italy and the Low Countriesto What. is wearing thin and "j

!t gone out of the argument.The and be reconstructed we stop the advance of the becoming tiresome is the argument
1 1.
Report the news fully and I
l the
in columns.
2. Express the impartIally news annual plea for appropriations would be left alone without Soviet Union, so we shouldnow that these funds must
( opinions of the Sun 1nb&Jt.only in-editorlar.
1 3. Publish all sides of important controversial. Issues. becomes increasingly strong friends and allies in put money into South be handed out to various governments
a' ForPrudence'' a :repitition,of tired slogans.Yet a world convulsed with mis Korea Taiwan, South Viet in order to protect
The Sun's: telephones: All Departments-372-8441 I am satisfied that the ery. This was all relativelyeasy Nam, India, Pakistan, Greece, the short-term security of the
!{ Want Ads-376-4672 reason why foreign aid has to understand.The Turkey and Latin America.IN United States.
;. become so boring is not at all aim of foreign aid has There Is, of course, some-

J'. that it is useless. It is not at changed radically but the A FASHION, the tactic thing in the argument that all

t all, as Rep. Otto Passman rhetoric employed to per- has paid off. Since the collapse great powers have always
"As we remember John (D-La.) and the other bitter- suade a'reluctant Congress of of the Nationalists on used funds to promote their

; s Wallace's Meddling Backfires Kennedy, let us separate the enders say, that it Is a way its necessity has changed ,litinterests the Chinese Mainland in 1949 influence. Thus, a quite con- ,
essential from the comple- of throwing good money downa siderable amount of the for

._., The Justice Department has submitted federal court suit demanding: that mentary. The youth, the grace rat hole.It is not that we can eign aid money goes to keep ..

... a supporting brief in a suit they use their self-proclaimed con and the wit were wonderful, stop giving foreign aid now BELOW 'OLYMPUS the armies in several of the
but they were not the center. or for generations to come. By ,Interlandi, beneficiary states contentedand
trol over local schools to desegregatethem.
asking for court order
I a directing
What must dwell Is
side
There we on on our' of the fence.
lay courage,' vision,
Wallace and the board
desegregation of public schools lamely humanity-and, strength testedon that, the problem ceasing A certain amount goes into

throughout the state of Alabama.The attempted to retrieve the situationby the path, to the office and to be that of providing emer IMPORT subsidizing weak, but friendly
arguing it was all a mistake tempered by the ,office itself gency relief for friendly countries WUt governments.It .
).. suit marks ,the first, attempt to in time' of 'war and its PARTY is all not
claiming they really didn't have authority It is these qualities, appliedto FUND iI90-M very inspiring,
.?: enforce school desegregation aftermath. It has become very' especially in view of
on a over local schools and rescinding the greatest issues, that E the pub-
I RAISING a oas
.$ statewide basis. Separate desegregation the orders on school closing belong not only to the man but largely' the problem of helping (cAAi&$ f p oascomnBmats lic money we do not seem to
suits heretofore have had to be to the job." the less-developed coun- f CAMPAI&tf be able to"raise in .order,.to
and tuition tuck 1Th 1 MERE
payments. tries build the foundations of rebuild rat-infested schools
filed in each school district maintaining This conclusion, by Me- their own wellbeing.This 25t in our own slums. But we must

; segregated schools. Macon County residents had showna George Bundy, Special Assis- is a less exciting and ; realize that this isn't all there

.. willingness to accept the court's tant to the President for Na- a slower effort, and it is asking 4 is to foreign aid.
; Alabama Gov. George-Wallace and tional Security Affairs, appears a lot that, each year a '
original desegregation order. It was in an article "The elected from
Congress, con- THE MODERN problem of
the state school board of which
only after Wallace agitated on the Presidency and the Peace," stituencies where public mon foreign aid confronts us be-
Wallace is ex-officio president, opened segregation issue and blocked the featured in Foreign Affairsfor ey is very short, should allocate cause about two-thirds of

themselves to the suit by pro admission of Negroes for a week by April. about 3.5 per cent of the mankind is poor, has become

}; claiming last January that they had use of state troopers that the white federal budget to foreign aid. aware that this Is not inevi-
i: authority over all schools in the THERE IS, In the further table and Is determined to
boycott developed. The ironical re- development bf the place these IN A DEMOCRATIC
gov- overcome its
state and ordering the closing Tus. misery and its
sult 'of Wallace's attempt to meddle qualities of the presidency ernment there has to be some twos immemorial servitudes. At
kegee High School in Macon County. and block have in and out of the office 7'J
and obvious
i desegregation in this one compelling rea- the same time the drop in the
school district is to make possible the what some will see as a be- son for doing so unnatural an death rate, brought about by

The school has been desegregated broadest attack yet against school tween the lines prophecy act as giving money awayto advances In public health, has

:: earlier by court order but was attended about the next election (and foreigners. When President caused the poor to increase in
segregation in any of the Southern
others that will follow it). Roosevelt pushed through number.
t only by 12 Negro students states. lend-lease in 1940 he able "
was These'are
the elements of
"It Is
conviction
writes
my ,
after white students instituted 2/
a boy- the President's brilliant to do this because public opin the great revolutionary move

cott. The state school board also ordered The three-judge federal court hear- assistant, "that this kind of ion insisted upon it, enough 1 N01 e vrAOSasi cs ment of our era. It has createda

i the local school'board to make ing the suit has been provided president and this kind of of the people having realized complex confrontation whichis
:, tuition payments to the white stu an presidency reflect the generalwill that the measure was neces- "No wonder only wealthy men can afford to go into triangular in shape as be-
dents attending private schools. opportunity to speed up the pro- of Americans. Temperateuse saJ'Y.to. prevent the disaster politics it takes money just to be a voter!" tween the various Communist,

r cess of school desegregation in Alabama of strength,. respect for ''the various nonCommunistand

r while administering a lessonto honest difference, sympathy the various underdevel-
; An Alabama Negro attorney took demagogic state officials who for those in need and a readi- CHARACTERIZES THE EXECUTIVE WIFE oped peoples.

: Wallace and the school board at would interfere with local desegregation ness to go our share of the The crucial question is how

: their word and promptly filed the efforts. distance these qualities, the countries with a back-
t : which I have described in First Lady's Own Power ward economy are to find the

.".. phrases borrowed from our capital, 'which includes know-
new President, are qualitiesof a, how and organization to de

I the American people. RICHARD WILSON admired. Their such will velop. A century and a half
By were ways as not divertor ,
I Voice of the The foul deed In Dallas, be Chief, Cowles Washington interests were conventionally harrass him underdeveloped ago the United States was an
I IM country. Al
People cause of its foulness, seemedfor Bureau those of 'women, such as though it started
a time the embodimentof WASHINGTON A new the promotion of the arts, or IT IS QUESTIONABLE, of out with

I u 3-i .. *.. the real America. But, Mr. political factor has been in- occasionally center- course, whether a man of Mr. an great adult natural resources and
::1 : troduced this in the ing attention on human prob- Johnson's tempermentcould population educated
BOn TKe'Suh's;Opinion Page ,Bundy writes, this was not year per- abroad, it could not have de-
true and, despite all the hate son of Mrs. Lyndon B. John- lems. We have had recent ever be diverted or veloped fast had
The has First Ladies who travelled for harrassed wife but in so it not been
son. country seen by a
M and hateful ,
of it
Opinion end of $ .dtr. uses by extremists 'for
... mutt bt lantd end bier the. writer address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter the dead president nothing of this kind of political pleasure, or to get away fromit any case Mrs. Johnson ap ;
not a:ct l.OChr. '...* i.u.'frrtrrttteiroa.only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used.should The himself was the embodimentof and public activity by a all, but none like Mrs. John- pears to make no attempt to ropean By 1913 capital billion
Sun 1.-reserves the naht.to reject any letter or to shorten It, without changing the writer's meaning or the real America. ,"Asa First Lady in more than a son who travels regularly as do so, except when she triesto $4 of British

-. un.n. man. as a cresident. as a generation, if ever. In fact, an extension of the eyes and get him to go to bed ear- United money States.was invested in the

: 'Smokescreen's'RealSource distrust of our government" Committee for Fundamental servant of the peace,--he-was Mrs. Johnson's public positionis ears of the Peesident lier.What the Threequartersof I

-"What is wrong with giving American Freedoms, Inc., what we are, and his achieve- unique and probably re Mrs. Johnson is scheduling is seen here is one of build 'capital required to
I our
: the government the power to Suite 520, 310 First ment belongs to us alL sembles'most that of the late about one trip a month, similar those cas e s of husband and railways came from
St.
.. .. ..... .... NE, Great Britain. I have seen it
these Mrs. Martha Taft who died in to her recent to wife of
rectify wrongs? After Washington 3, DC. Ask for: Strengthened by his service, journeys cooperation 29 years estimated that if the
L, EDITOR, 'Sun:' The view of all we are the government"And Unmasking Civil Rights Bill the presidency continues and 1958.Mrs. the Pennsylvania coal mining duration in which a large per- States United I
the March l 19 editorial con- as in the editorial under The dissenting Views of so does the quest for peace." Taft, as the wife of the areas and the Marshall Space sonal fortune has been built, abroad today were to invest

cerning the so Balled-Smoke. ,discussion: "The' big government Members of the House Com- late Sen. Robert A. Taft, wasa Flight C e n ter at Huntsville, a family has been created to national as heavily in proportion
screen on:CivirWrohgstThal: ; "issue is in this case a mittee onMhe Judiciary. THIS ELOQUENT conclus political entity in herself, Ala. A Latin American trip and the pinnacle of political Great Britain income as did

"big government," "social smokescreen attempting to Make your own informed ion is one for all seasons a woman of great charm and has been suggested.. Mrs. power has been reached.It would In the 19th century
ism" and "federal dictator- cloud jilt fundamental issue of independent 'judgment concerning and for all men of thoughtful wit and fully capable of politi- Johnson speaks Spanish and is an amazing success we make loans In
ship" are just lines being civil wrongs based on race this most important, vision. cal campaigning on her own. has some familiarity with story in which Mrs. Johnson one way billion or another approaching

peddled by the insincere and discrimination." matter, and you will know She was an excellent speaker the Latin American culture.IN has played her part as mother $30 a year.

I swallowed by dopes. needs This all may sound ,plausible from what source the smoke- President Johnson is our and never better than when political wife and business -
AT THE
careful examination. "" ,- but historically it is screen is fourth President of the Nu- addressing integrated au ADDITION to journeysout manager. She would today PRESENT time,

It is further stated the proposed unwise and, indeed, dangerous. coming.OBSERVER clear Age. The Assistant for diences. of Washington Mrs. John- be a newspaper publisher the total flow of capital of

civil rights bill gives As one who believes in National Security Affairs son has been entertaining if any properties had been grants, government loans and

little authority for dealing government I would -never notes that each has rejectedthe MRS. JOHNSON'S ap outstanding women in many available when she inheritedthe from private the foreign investments-

with discrimination that has sell distrust of government; Holds No FearOf'Transients' gamble of limiting our proach to politics is somewhat different fields at the W h i te relatively small sum backward advanced to the
not for years been exercisedby but as George Washingtonsaid strategic strength in terms of softer and more indirect, but House.It which was to become the world Is only about

state and local govern "Government is n o treason any absolute concept of whatis effective. She differs from is said that Mrs. Johnson Johnson family nest egg. few$8.5 billion a year. In another

ments. That's just the point it is not eloquence. It enough. We have maintained Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt in does give to the President her Lacking a suitable newpaperto years this will be not ,

-this measure would take to is force. Like fire, It is a dan- EDITOR, Sun: While Ponce superiority. Its value for that Mrs. Roosevelt, when in impressions of what she has buy she put her money in nearly enough" to -do'- 'the job,
the federal government con- gerous servant and a fearful de Leon arrived here In Flor- peace has not been small as the White House, was a champion seen and heard, but that she a small radio station as a especially in view of the declining

stitutional powers powers master ." ida some time prior to. my we have seen in ways small of many controversialcauses. makes no conscious effort.to second choice. This property prices of the agricultural

from state and local government Our Constitution recognizesthat coming, I feel qualified as a .and large in Cuba, East Ger- .; Mrs. Johnson finds influence his policy. has been developed into a which and mineral products
not delegated by the it is just as importantman "long time resident" of the many and Moscow. her role in fixing public attention Her theme, as she travels multi million dollar enter- the represent 90 per cent of

Constitution to the federal be protected from all Carol Estates area. It well may be that in the on specific problems, from coal mines to space prise over'which.she and her developed export earnings of the less-

government. powerful government as it is In this day of rapid trans world that we see changing or in lending presidential recognition centers, is the importance of husband have kept careful Thus countries.
One might say "Oh, well, that individual civil rights be fers from one area to another before us by the emergence of to phases of American local community developmentand watch foreign,aid the is real problem: of
what's a Constitution and es- protected. Hitler and Khrushchev there are only a few of Red China's power estranged life which deserve encour- individual efforts in cooperation In a sense, we now have a President not the one that
tablished legal principles be- did not visit their oppression our original neighbors who from Russia's and by De agement. with the .federal working woman In the White Johnson-and Representative

tween friends?" What's the on people through settled here when we did se- Gaulle's maneuvers in searchof Some might say.that this is government. In this she seems House, and an executive type, ling with.Passman are wrest-
Jt js:the of
difference? My friends it local government or a con- ven years ago. In view of glory. and grandeur, we not political activity, at least to be not merely expessing at that. problem
is the difference between law stitutional system. It came this I can hardly get steam- may often have need of this in the partisan sense. This her own view but to be reflecting countries devising ,way cam by.which! ,rich
help the
and order, between an orderly about by a strong centralized ed up when at a recent meet- nuclear power in the quest can be argued, but it remainsthe the attitude of her meet'
capital needs -of
society and a chaotic one government with near absolute ing it was reported that the for peace. And this brings us fact that the net effect of husband. He has been seeking The average man has 65 .poor coun.
where man has no rights. delegation of authority to objection to a new apart' to the other side of the ndcelar Mrs. Johnson's activity is a how to encourage individualand pounds of muscle and three In
one "way'or another Con-
.. ,- AH should be committed to men. We cannot afford to take ment house was the transi- coin. political asset to her husband. local initiative within the pounds of brain-which ac- ;
: the principle that constitulon- this path. ent character of the occu Moreover she has found scope of a centrally directed counts for a lot of things. of gress the is vanIationsof bound to:support one

al rights of all citizens should The effect of the civil rights pants. The other objectionwas Nuclear power can be pro constructive things in pUblic welfare state, an undertakingwhich (Dnnlap Reporter.) that the idea
be protected and all should bill, however laudable, would a traffic matter and I vocative. It is "full of' the life for a First Lady to do, and is not only hard to do the richer countries
should
be afforded even and fair jus- take away individual rights feel quite certain that an ex- hazard of accident or misuse does these things with inter- but sometimes hard to under- find generally.: }] : accepted

tice. At the same time, the and bestow more arbitrary tended shopping center could ." Because of this, Mr. est and enthusiasm.Ms. stand and explain. An optimist is one who be- way to transfer capitalto

Congress does not have pow- authority and control by the contribute more to traffic Bundy believes there is imposed Johnson's three immediate Mrs. Johnson thus appearsin lieves parking spaces can be tries.selected backward coun
ers other than those enumer- government over our lives. problems than the apartmentAs upon the commanderinchief predecessors showed little a reassuring role as a con- built faster than 'new cars This principle Is follow-
ed
ated in the Constitution. In We have already gone too a resident and with con- "a passion for pru interest in the impact ,of ventional and successful woman can' be built to fill them. rather well In the proposed

my judgment this bill would many miles down this road siderable interest in property dence." public policy on people, although who is trying to' help (CwDpaJp-U r b al& (DL) ban aid budget: two-thirds of the

violate the Constitution in and the individual is in danger values I would] welcome an The four nuclear presidentshave in other respects their her husband do his job in Courier.) money Is to go to six
'' countries to
half a dozen different ways: of 'losing too much of attractive and well main- recognized this and Insisted promote their
It would tend to destroy the cherished liberty under the tained apartment and I on disciplined and responsible long-term development
.
states' control of their own guise of protecting him, giving have found most of our so- control of this POTOMAC FEVERBy
pow. UNTIL A 'FEW
voting requirements.It him security and providing called transients a group thatI er. The action by President years ago,
would stretch the Com- for the United States has been
his like
every want More to number among my in
Clause and Kennedy confronting the Fletcher KnebeL Cowles Washington BureauA very nearly the sole supplierof
merce beyond recog- more people have come friends. I don't think we attempted and intended abuse

nition.It to realize that they do not get we have anything to fear and,misuse of this power in group of economists says every American should be guaranteed a fair Communist low-cost capital world.to The the non-best

wrongly would invoke the anything for nothing. Every- from' the transients who at Cuba remains one of the real- income whether he works or not. This opens a new career for anxious high way to dilute responsibility .
14th Amendment time the tend our
government tells our university'r' have
ly important pivots in the school graduates: Instant retirement.
and to share the financial
It would undermine the most them it will them assignments at medical
give some- our nuclear age. 1 _ _ _
fundamental rights. of ,prop thing it can only come from Installations. Dick Nixon journies to the Far East. After seeing what happened to Lodgein burden is institutions by supporting, such International as

erty.would one place from them. JOHN W. HASTINGS The article suggests that New Hampshire, Nixon figures the most solid link between the voters anda the World Bank and its affiliate
It raise Each
grave ques- person: :, should' examine perhaps one reason why Vice Republican candidate is distance. the International Devel
tions of a citizen's right of the civil rights bill
Jury trial. Itself and take'aiy A man really appreciatesthis President Johnson was able opment Association, known,
not
It would new doors"' Wi, word editor thing called freedom of to make the transition to pow- The big battle of statistics over cigarette smoking grows hotter and ang- for short as IDA.
as
the forces open of governmental whether or not or it a is letter an attempt to speech'especially when he has er quietly and with a tremendous rier. Remember the old saying: Where there's smoke there's ire. The house recently and

i regimentation. And in the end, to expand the role of just hit his thumb with a groundswell of confi- without enough considerationcut
because of the violence that government the federal hammer. (MarshaHtown dence and support was that Hair-dresser's motto: When it's a matter of conviction, she'll dye for it. off our contribution to
; The bill
would be done to fundamental speaks 'for itself.raxILMnywould.like. Ttoef-Repobllcan.) the people saw (and still see) IDA, and it did so in a way
law, Americana oLey: : to in him the ability to handle LBJ speaks' to the United Auto Workers. It's strange Johnson is admired by which is embarrassing and Indeed

., would suffer eqaaI-harm first .bind, a 'pamphlet read from, While isnt with prudence and firmnessthe labor-All those extra hours he puts in on the job-without a cent'of overtimepay. humiliating to this coun
money every business and the military try. It is also against our real
? Those of -
us who rely heavily the committee
referred to in thing it; does keep you: in power of the ,United States.To .
!TonHIT cf- titutlonal precepts the editorial write interests, and the refusal will
7 lu* icorued: "You.nrt itllia from The for a free touch with your children. be able so to do is to Several men who've served jail sentences are running for office. Campaign certainly have to be recon
Ci. 7 : Coordination .(Dttfce,Power.): have a great force for peace song: "For lies a jolly good felon.!" sidered. .. r

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( Oi hwJ3 ilk Sun B. F. Childs, Foreign Aid's Dullness. I IBy j



JOHN B. HUUUSOV. Presitat uirrtBdwrt Colored News Editor WALTER LIPPMANN which would have come from tie. We are still assuming, 12 there has been no important

I, FAT COWIJU. Tie hed- As one of the old hands who the fall of an indispensableand years after the Marshall Plan, advance of communism ex- IJ
VOTERS
: .*.*! ED JOHNSON. VU J'nSYea1 LEAGUE has been writing about foreignaid that
gallant ally. the effective
way to get cept in Cuba which #
,
; : Florida's Beautiful ... Cx..tlT. Eiiteri W. G. CBffl seems to
EBEUOLE. Tic rresUeai .... ATcrtUiar *- The April meeting of the Ala- since President Roosevelt When President Truman the money from Congress is have been impelled into the .II
',; University City" Director BOB TAKTA&LIOHE. chua County Voters League will invented what was called asked the Congress'to authorize to use the ideas and the slogans arms of Red Russia because
t< Vte rraiiwt ftM Oral be held at the Douglas'Elementary "lend-lease," I find mys elf the appropriation of some of the Marshall Plan. everybody concerned with
&lea ...... wondering why the whole sub- billion for the Marshall As
:;: School at High Springs, on $17 we had put money into Cuban policy seems to have
-. ;" Thursday at 8 p.m. ject has become so stale. ,Plan, the country knew that if Britain, France, Germany, made every possible mistake.
,' THE SVN'S POLICY The local program will includean Some kind of vital spark has Western Europe could not re- Italy and the Low Countriesto What is wearing thin and

1. Report the news fully and I Impartially In the news columns. address by Joe Crevasse, ..gone out of the argument.The' cover and be reconstructed we stop the advance of the becoming tiresome is the ar-

2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in-editorials sheriff Alachua. County He ,annual plea for appropriation would be left alone without Soviet Union, so we should gument that these funds must
3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. spoke recently in the Waldo becomes increasingly strong friends and allies in now put money into South be handed out to various gov-
area, and the representativesfrom } a repitition of tired slogans.Yet a world convulsed with mis- Korea Taiwan, South Viet ernments in order to protect
The Suns telephones All Departments-372-8441 the High Springs area I am satisfied that the ery. This was 'all relativelyeasy Nam'India, Pakistan, Greece, the short-term security of the
Want Ads-376-4672 were -impressed with his pre- reason why foreign aid has to understand.The Turkey and Latin America.IN United States.
sentation that they invited him become so boring Is not at all aim of foreign aid has There is, of course, some-
to speak at their turnout to host I that it is useless. It is not at' changed radically, but the A FASHION' the tactic thing in the argument that all

j the county group. all, as Rep. Otto Passman rhetoric employed to per- has paid off. Since the col- great powers have always
Wallace's Meddling Backfires The Voters League goes on (D-La.) and the other bitter- suade a reluctant Congress of lapse of the Nationalists on used funds to promote their

record as commending Mrs. Al- .,enders, say, that it Is a way its necessity has changed lit- the Chinese Mainland in 1949, influence. Thus, a quite considerable -
ma Bethea, supervisor of regis- of throwing good money down amount of the for-
The Justice Department sub- federal court suit demanding that tration, for her dedicated effortsin a rat.hole. It is not that we can eign aid money goes to keep

mitted a supporting brief in a suit they use their self-proclaimed con- increasing the county vote stop giving foreign aid now. BELOW OLYMPUS Interlondi the armies in several of the

asking for a court order directing trol over local schools to desegregatethem. registration in the county. Chester or for generations to come. By beneficiary states contentedand
What dwell
must "on is
Shell chairman.CONVALESCING we
on side
Wallace our of the fence.
and the
board
desegregation of public schools lamely that the problem is ceasingto A certain amount

throughout the state of Alabama. attempted to retrieve the situation be that of providing emer- -LJPP0iii: subsidizing weak, but goes friendly into
by arguing it was all a mistake gency relief for friendly coun- ( governments.It .

:M: The suit marks the first attempt to claiming they really didn't have authority -Mrs. Susanna Chisholm ofNW tries in time pf war and its FUND WRTY 310o Ar is all not very inspiring,

enforce school desegregation on a over local schools and rescinding 6th Ave., who is ill in a aftermath. It has become very RAJS1N&CAMPAJ&H especially in view of the public -

M statewide basis. Separate desegregation the orders on school closing hospital, was reported as, im-' largely the the problem of helping r a" NQ ca rwsonatsw money we do not seem to
: suits heretofore have had to be and tuition proving. less-developed coun- be able to raise in order to
payments. tries build the foundations of s Mar
:; filed in each school district maintain their 25f rebuild rat-Infested schools
own well-being.
: ing segregated schools. Macon County residents had showna NOTICE This is a less exciting'and ft in realize our own that slums.this isn't But all we there must

fill q The University City TempleNo. a slower effort, and it is ask- is to
willingness to accept the court'soriginal foreign aid.
900, Daughter of Elks will '
'::3 Alabama Gov. George Wallace and ing a lot that each year a
desegregation order. It was sponsor a popularity contest on elected from
Congress con-
,
:: the state school board, of which only after Wallace agitated on the March 30 at 8 p.m. at the Mason stituencies where public mon- THE MODERN problem of
Wallace is foreign aid confronts us be-
ex-officio president open- segregation issue Hall. is short should allocate
and blocked the ey very cause about two-thirds
ed themselves to the suit by pro admission of Negroes for a week by The public is invited. about 3.5 per cent of the mankind is poor? has become of

claiming last January that they had use of state troopers that the white federal budget to foreign aid. aware that this Is not Inevitable -

authority over all schools in the boycott developed.. The ironical result DOOR RALLY SET IN A DEMOCRATIC e80 E $ c s and is determined to

state and ordering the closing of Tus- of Wallace's The Floral Court Lodge No. gov- k95 t overcome its misery 'and its
attempt to meddle ernment there has to be some
S 112 will its 'door immemorial
sponsor rally l servitudes. At
kegee High School in Macon County.
and block desegregation in this one Saturday, April 4, at 8 p.m. at compelling and obvious rea- the same time the drop in the
i school district is to' make possible the the home of Mrs. Ona Mae son for doing so unnatural an death rate, brought about by

2 The school has been desegregated broadest attack yet against school Pyles. act ,as giving money awayto advances in public health, has

.* earlier by court order, but was at- segregation in any of the Southern The members are asked to foreigners. When President caused the poor to increase in .
10 cents for each door in Roosevelt pushed through number.
pay
tended .1
only by 12 Negro studentsafter states.
lend-lease in he
1940 was able
their
homes.PROGRAM ? These
: I are the elements ol
white students instituted a boy- I to do; this becausepub1ic opinion the great reyolutionary'moye.ment

jt cott. The state school board also ort The three-judge federal court hear- insisted updn it, enough c4n ,( snus esr s of our era. It has createda
dered the local school board PLANNED 'of the people having realized
to make
the complex confrontation which
tuition ing suit has been provided an There will be a program entitled that the measure was neces- "No wonder only wealthy men can afford to go into is
triangular in
to the
payments
white stu- shape between
opportunity to speed up the pro- "Mental Retardation"held sary to prevent the disaster politics it takes money just to be a voter!" the various -as -.
: dents attending private schools. Communist,
cess of school desegregation in Ala at the Mt Carmel Baptist the
various
I' Church with Rev. T. A. Wright: non-Communkt
4. bama while administering lessonto and the
a various
An Alabama pastor, tomorrow March 31, at CHARACTERIZES THE EXECUTIVE WIFE underdevel-
: Negro attorney took demagogic state officials who 8'p.m.. oped peoples.

t Wallace and the school board at would interfere with local desegregation During the program there will The crucial question is how

their word and promptly filed the efforts. be a 'film shown entitled "Who the countries with a backward .

.; Cares About Jane?" First Lady's Own PowerBy economy are to find the
capital, which includes know-
R how and ,organization, to de-

r NOTICE RICHARD WILSON interests were admired. Their such ways as will not divertor velop.' A century and a_ .half___
The Floral Court No. 113 will Chief, Cowles Washington interests were conventionally harrass him ago the United-States was an
Voice of the hold its final business
meetingon underdeveloped ,
People Bureau those of women, such as country. Although
Monday, April 6, at 8 p.m. WASHINGTON A new the promotion of the arts or IT IS'QUESTIONABLE, of ,it started out with
at the home of Mrs. C. W. political factor has been introduced occasionally center-, course, whether a'man of Mr. great natural resources and

sOn I Wright, on Ocala Road. this year in the per- ing attention on human prob- Johnson's tempermentcould an adult population educated
,: The Sun's Opinion Pages During the meeting, the son of Mrs. Lyndon B. John- lems. We have had recent ever be diverted or abroad, it could not have de-

taxes, fines and Grand Union son. The country has seen First Ladies who travelled for barrassed by a wife, but in veloped so fast had it not been

must Opinions pe;.;,.end.. .comments..4.bear wjiUr't.addrets.of Sun readers are Nam welcome**.will in fc the'..withheld Voic. of if the requested.People column.A letter Letters fee are to be paid. nothing of this kind of political pleasure, or to get away fromit any case Mrs. Johnson ap- for huge investments of Eu-

not exceed 500 words and must bo written on only one tide of the paper. Poetry cannot be used.should The and public activity by a all, but none like Mrs. John- pears to make 'no attempt to ,ropean capital.
Sun Intent.reserves the right! to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or PERSONALSMrs. First Lady in more than a son who travels regularly' as do so, except when she triesto By 1913, $4 billion of British

Adams and granddaughter generation, if ever. In fact, an extension of the eyes and get him to go to bed ear United money was invested In the

'Smokescreen's'Real distrust of our government." Committee for Fundamental of St. Petersburg, arrived Mrs. Johnson's public positionis ears of the Peesident lier.What the States. Threequartersof
"What is wrong with giving American Freedoms, Inc., here recently. unique and probably re- Mrs. Johnson is scheduling is seen here is one of build'our capital required to

Source the government the power to Suite 520, 310 First St. NE, Miss Mary H. Thomas and sembles most that of the late about one trip a month, sim- those cas e s of husband and Great Britain.railways came from
rectify these wrongs? After Washington 3, D.C. Ask for: Miss Sarah H. James, both of Mrs. Martha Taft, who died in ilar to her recent journeys to wife cooperation of 29 years estimated I have seen it
EDITOR; Sun"The ,view of all ,we are the government." Unmasking Civil Rights Bill Ft. Lauderdale, were visiting 1958. the Pennsylvania coal mining duration_in which a large per- States that if the United
the March 19 editorial concerning And as in the editorial under The dissenting Views of with relatives and friends here Mrs. Taft, as the wife of the areas and the Marshall Space sonal fortune has been built, abroad today were to invest
.the so.called ""Smoke discussion "The big government Members of the House Com- for several days. late Sen. Robert A. Taft, wasa Flight C e n ter at Huntsville, 'a family has been created tion to as heavily in propor-
screen on Civil Wrongs" that Issue is in this case a mittee on the Judiciary. Mrs. Willie Mae Douglas re- political entity in herself, Ala. A Latin American trip and the pinnacle of political Great national income as did
I "big government" "social- smokescreen attempting to Make your own informed turned to Gainesville yesterday a woman of great charm and has been suggested. Mrs. power has been reached.It Britain in the 19th cen-

Ism" and "federal dictator- cloud the fundamental issue of independent judgment con- from Washington, D. C., fol- wit and fully capable of political Johnson speaks Spanish and is an amazing success tury, we would make loans in
ship" are just lines being civil wrongs based on race cerning this most important lowing a two-week visit with campaigning on her own. has some familiarity with story in which Mrs. Johnson one way or another approaching

peddled by the insincere and discrimination." matter, and you will know her daughter, Mrs. Carrie Simmons She was an excellent speaker the Latin American culture.IN has played\\her part as mother $30 billion a year.

swallowed by dupes needs This all may sound plaus- from what source the smoke and other relatives. and never better than when political wife and business AT THE *

careful examination.It ible, but historically it is screen is James H. Jackson, of Tam addressing integrated au ADDITION to journeysout manager. 'She would to- the total PRESENT time,
is further stated the proposed unwise and, indeed, dangerous. coming.OBSERVER oa, passed through Gainesville diences. of Washington Mrs. John- day be a newspaper publisher flow of capital of
civil rights bill gives As one who believes in yesterday en route to Jackson son has been entertaining if any properties had been grants, government loans and

little authority for dealing government, I would never ville.Miss MRS. JOHNSON'S'p outstanding women in many available when she Inheritedthe from private foreign investments-.

with discrimination that has sell distrust of government; Holds No Fear Mattie Williams, of proach to politics is somewhat different_________ n fields____ at_ the_ W h i te relatively 1 ; small sum backward the advanced to the
not for years been exercisedby but as George Washingtonsaid Jacksonville, arrived here yes- softer and more indirect, but, House.It which was to become the .$8.5 billion world is only about
state and local govern- "Government is n o treason Of 'Transients'EDITOR terday on a two week visit effective. She differs from is said that Mrs. Johnson Johnson family nest egg. few a year. In another
ments. That's just the point it is not eloquence. It with relatives and friends. Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt in does give to the President her Lacking a suitable newpaperto years this will be not

-this measure would take to is force. Like fire, it is a dangerous Sun: While Poncede Mr. and Mrs. W. G. McLaurin that Mrs. Roosevelt, when in 'impressions of what she has buy she put her money in nearly enough to do the job,
the federal government constitutional servant and a fearful Leon arrived here in,Florida of St. Petersburg were the White House, was a cham- seen and heard, but that she a small radio station as a especially in view of the declining

powers, powers master ." some time prior to my visiting here on Easter Sundayas pion of many controversialcauses. makes no conscious effort to second choice. This property tural prices, of the agricul
from state and local government Our Constitution recognizesthat coming feel qualified as a guests of Mr. McLaurin's Mrs. Johnson finds influence his! policy. has been developed into a which and mineral products
not delegated by the it is just as importantman "long time resident" of the mother, Mrs. K. D. Childs. I her role in fixing public at- Her theme, as she travels multi million dollar enter- the represent 90 per cent of
Constitution to the federal be protected from all Carol Estates area. Mr. and Mrs. McMurray and tention on specific problems, from coal mines to space prise over which she and her export earnings of the less-

government. powerful government as it is In this day of rapid transfers Miss Elouise, Perkins, all of St. or in lending presidential rec- centers; is the importance of husband have kept careful developed Thus countries.
One might say "Oh well, that individual civil rights be from one area to another Petersburg, were visiting hereon ognition to phases of Ameri- local community developmentand watch.In the real problem of
what's a Constitution and es- protected. Hitler and Khrush- there are only a few of Easter Sunday. can life which deserve encouragement individual efforts In cooperation a sense, we now have a foreign aid is not the one that

I tablished legal principles be- chev did not visit their op our original neighbors who Miss Betty Daniels, of Miami with the federal working woman in the White President Johnson and Repre-
tween friends?" What's the pression on people through settled here when we did seven | who has been visiting here Some might say that this is government. In this she seemsto House, and an executive type, sentative Passman' are wrest-
difference? My friends' it local government or a constitutional years ago. In view of for several days, left yester- not political activity, at leastin be not merely expessing at that ling with. It'Is the problem of
Is the difference between law system. It came this I ,can hardly get steamed day for her home. the partisan sense. Thiscan her own view but to be re- devising :ways, by which rich
I and order between an orderly about by a strong centralized up when at a recent meet- be argued but it remains flecting the attitude of, her countries can help meet, the

society and a chaotic one government with near absolute ing it was reported that the CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS I the fact that the net effect of husband. He has been seeking The average man has 65, capital tries. needs of poor' .coun

where man has no 'rights.All delegation of authority to objection to a new apartment Mt Carmel Mrs. Johnson's activity is a how to encourage individualand pounds of muscle and three In
I. should be committed to men. We cannot afford to take house- was' the trans will be Baptist There political asset to her husband. local initiative within the pounds of brain-which ac- one way or another Congress
mid-week
'
Meditation Is
bound
the principle that constituion- this path. ent character of the occu Moreover she has found scope of a centrally directed counts for a lot of, things. to support' one
Services
[ tomorrow of the
al rights of all citizens shouldbe The effect of the civil rights pants. The other objection Youth Forum, Wednesday, 7:30 pm.7:30; constructive things in p u blic welfare state, an undertakingwhich (Dunlap Reporter.) that the variations, of the idea
protected and all shouldbe bill, however laudable, would was a traffic matter and I life for a First Lady to do, and is not only hard to do richer"countries
afforded even and fair jus- take away individual rights feel quite certain that an ex- and pjn., and also Choirs Nos. 1 does ,these things with interest but sometimes hard to under- .. should find a generally accepted -

tice. At the same time, the and bestow more arbitrary tended shopping center could 2 will have their joint rehearsal ,and enthusiasm stand and explain. An optimist is one who be- way to transfer capital
,, 8 there will be 1 to selected
Congress does not have pow authority and control by the contribute more to traffic Teachers' pm.; Ms. Johnson's three immediate Mrs. Johnson thus appearsin lieves parking 'spaces can be backward coun
Meeting Thursday 7pjn. :1 tries. This
ers other than those enumer- government over our lives. problems than the apartment. ., and also Business predecessors showed little a reassuring role as a con- built faster than new_ cars ,ed principle follow
ated in the Constitution. In We have As a resident and with meet- interest in the of t rather wen in the proposedaid
already gone too con- ing, 8 Rev. T. A. impact ventional and successful wo- can be built ,to fill them.
my judgment this bill would many miles down this road siderable interest in property pastor p.m.Mrs. Esther W. Hamm Wright, public policy on people, although man who is trying to help (Champaiga-U r b a n a (in.) ]J loan budget: two-thirds of the
violate the Constitution in and the individual is in danger values I would welcome an ; in other respects their her husband do his job in Courier.) money is to, go to six
half a dozen different ways: of losing ''too much of attractive and well maintained reporter. countries to promote their
Archer Church
of
God in l
It would tend to destroy the cherished liberty under the apartment, and I Christ Church long-term development.
School
states' control of their own guise of protecting him, giv- have found most of our so- 10: POTOMAC FEVER .
a.m.; morning worship, 11 30
: UNTIL
A
voting requirements.It ing him security and providing called transients a group thatI FEW years ago,
a.m. Young People's WillinWorkers'
would stretch, the Com- for his every want. More, like to number among my g i the United States has been
Meeting, 7 pjn.; and By Fletcher Knebel Cowles Washington Bureau t very nearly the sole
friends. ,
merce Clause beyond'. recog- and more people, have cometo I don't think we evening worship, 8:30 Mrs. supplierof
nition. realize that they do,not get we have ,anything to fear pjn. low-cost capital to the non-
of economists '
Ruth.Jenkins, reporter. A group says every American should be guaranteed a fair Communist
It wrongly would invoke the for from the transients who attend world. The best
anything nothing. Every-
whether he works
Mt Olive Primitive Baptist- income or not. This'opens a new career for anxious high to dilute
Hth Amendment. time the government tells our university or have way our responsibility
Sunday School, 10 am. school graduates: Instant retirement.
; morning
It would undermine the most them it will give them some- assignments at our medical and to share the financial
11
worship, a.m. and evening
; --
fundamental rights of. prop- thing it can only come from Installations. worship 6 pm. Rev. H. Dick Nixon journeys to the Far East. After seeing what happened to Lodgein burden is institutions by supporting international -
erty. JOHN W. HASTINGS such
as
It would raise one place from them. Kinsey, pastor. New Hampshire, Nixon figures the most solid link between the Voters anda the World Bank and- its affiliate
grave ques- Each person should examine
East Side Church of God Republican candidate is distance.
tions of citizen's right of the civil rights bill the International Development
A in Christ Sunday School) .
man really appreciatesthis 10ajn.
Association
known
i jury It would trial. doors itself and not take an editorial's thing called freedom of .; morning worship, 11 The big battle of statistics over cigarette smoking grows hotter and ang- for short as IDA. ,
I the forces open of new to whether word or a letter as to speech especially when he has ajn.; and evening worship 7 rier. Remember the old saying: Where there's smoke there's ire. The house recently and
governmental or not it Isan
attemptto just hit his thumb with a, pjn. Elder J. C. Carter, pas- t without
enough considerationcut
regimentation. And in the end, expand the role of the fed-
'- .. because of the violence that eral government. The bill hammer., (MarshaDtown, !tor.Church ,,Hair-dresser's, motto: When it's a matter of conviction, shell dye>for it. off our contribution to
of
God
in ,
would be done ILl fundamental speaks.for .itself._ Times-Republican) ChristChurch -- IDA and it did so In a way
:.: ,r, *. law. Americans of every race. If any. would like to read, School, 10 ajn.; morning' LBJ speaks to the United AutoWork-ers. It's strange Johnson is admired by which is embarrassing and Indeed

;: .... would suffer equal harm. first hand, a pamphlet from While money isn't every- People's worship Willing 12 Workers'noon; Young labor. All those'extra hours he-puts in.on.the job-without a cent of: over-time humiliating to this OHHJ-

_'_ .:. ; ;- Those of us who rely heavily the committee referred to in thing, it does keep you in 7 pjn., and meeting pay; try. It is also against our real
f r on our .COnstjhti oral-precepts, the editorial, write for free .,touch with evening wore interests, and the refusal will
a chiIdren.;
your : ship, 8
Bishop H.
pjn. Several who've
Williams men served jail seateaces'are running for office.'Campaignsong
': certainly have to be
scorned :
are
: "You reeDiD copy from recea
The
Coordination Date -
; ,( ,Power). pastor. :. "For- -he's -a.jolly good felon!" ', -Y sidered. -
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Gambling Cooled ,' Looks LikeChristmas Final Shakespeare I: School i Bus For Stamps f (_:.: I

DALLAS, Tex. (AP-Parents stamps and trade 'for a single w +

In Hot .. Lecture and pupils have probjem licked... of the Dallas transportation variety. _' r'
SpringsHOT Tonight
In the NorthCHICAGO P t.r Christian grade' school ,by"col- >'lrft -Witmer. and principal .; j
lecting 1,305,000 trading stamps.It David C. Higgins i arranged to 'f

SPRINGS, Ark. (AP- tables and slot machines were Tonightrending the UF's lea o'clock in the UF ,McCarty took two years,for a com swap the stamp collection todayfor
Police start checking today to stilled Sunday by order of Gov. (AP) A heavy ture series celebrating the Auditorium, and is open to the mittee headed by Mrs. John A. a new bus, the third in the -
see that this mountain resort Orval E. Faubus. snowstorm left a blanket of 400th anniversary of Shake- community. Witmer to collect assorted private school's fleet. -- -.
city's biggest white across the Chicago area speare's birth will be Dr. Fred- .
industry illegal Whether the closing is perma- Bowers' bas authored sever-
Easter and the
Sunday wintry
gambling, is really dead. son Bowers of the Universityof al books in his fields of spe-
nent is a question. One club operator weather scene made the 10th ...
Roulete wheels, dice, card predicted the, casinos day of spring look like Christ Virginia.An ciality, as well as on' Walt :: : "
would be in full swing next mas. internationally. stud- Whitman, Dekker and literary'criticism
year. A move is under way to ied Shakespearian and bibliographic and his latest work, :
Don't Want The Weather Bureau, along "Bibliography and Textual .. fnei.
legalize gambling through an expert, he will explore -
initiated act in the November. with the city's millions, was the topic "Death in Vic Criticism," is due publicationthis .: .. '

To Join Ala. general election. surprised by the freak storm. tory: Shakespeare's Tragic year. "The Complete Office Supply Store" .:: "
A city official 'estimated that Up to nine inches of snow fell Reconciliations." He is general editor of the -
PENSACOLA (APDo the 25 per cent of the city's 28,377 in some areas. The official The program is slated forGet 8 b a's i professional journal"Studies Ult. BOWERShe '
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people of northwest Florida want residents would be affected immediately -depth of seven inches at Mid-I in Bibliography, anda WILL BE CLOSED '
to:join Alabama? No. by the shutdown. way Airport was the heaviest on member of bibliographical is also a philatelist and a -
Such was the reply to Pensa- Mayor Dan Wolf said gam- record for Easter, topping the : 20,000 societies in London and at'Ox- 'judge in the American Kennel '
cola Journal managing editor bling has been a steady part of I.previous high of 6.4 inches seton ford and Cambridge. Club. FOR INVENTORY ALL DAY APRIL 1st : \9:
Arthur Cobb's straw vote elec- the city's economy. "You can't Easter Sunday, April 4, 1920. I Quake Queries Bowers, who has lectured ........
widely in the U.S. and at Cam -
tion on the question.The ;just yank it out, like a bad Select your new, Telephone Orders Will Be Filled
The usual Easter paradeswere bridge and Oxford, is a'na- I
overwhelm- tooth," he said. WASHINGTON (AP) The .:
results were SPRING
missing. Women, anxiousto tive of New Haven and took FABRICSSINGER
ingly in favor of staying Florid- Almost 1,000 casino employeswill show their Easter finery, had American Red Cross says about his bachelor's degree at Brown at a Chesnut ,Office Equipment Co. E ; ;
be without One of the 20,000 inquiries about the health
ians. jobs.
little chance to do so except at University and his doctorate at
Some folks said they would largest casinos had a payroll of churches and parties. Heavy and welfare of persons in the Harvard. 104 W. University Ave. Ph. FR 2-8411 1

move if Alabama annexed north- $1.5 million a year. winter coats boots, umbrellasand Alaskan earthquake zone had Currently active in the Na- .... I
west Florida. Hot Springs will lose $140,000 rain scarves were in style been received at national head- tional Committee of the Shakespeare .
Some said they already had in taxes it collects each year on and necessary to ward off the quarters and at various Red Anniversary Committee ,,.... !i
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escaped from Alabama once. gambling. blowing and drifting snow. chapters.The ..
.The poll followed the idea of Estimates of the amount spent "Merry Christmas" was the Red Cross said Sundaythe INCOME TAX ..NE ....
a group of Alabama legislatorswho here annually on illegal'gam facetious greeting heard as inquiries have been sent to .
even passed a resolution in bling'run to more than $50 mil thousands trudged through the the Seattle office for handling, GAINESVILLEBOOKKEEPERS ,
the last session of the Alabama lion. The amount spent on housing deep snow to Easter church but. that replies might be
legislature opening the door for food and services probably services. The snow started slow because of communications -
action on possible annexation. would double that shortly after sunrise and con- problems. I I 1328 N.W. 6th St. FR 6-2924 I
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Hot Springs also is the site of tinued until late in the day. 6 ..'

Oaklawn Park, a legal horse The snowstorm concentrated I II I
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chiefly on Chicago area
A in the 43-day race meeting, the fore moving into the Ohio Val- You'll PAY TOO MUCH I
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cnIY. handled $22.6 million. Illinois[ and in Midwestern sections

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TODAY,:March 30 S
TUESDAY, March 31
'
C Gainesville Fine Arts As- demonstration of methods of .
It Final lecture in the University J
Kitchen shower honoring. sociation will'hold an auction, design and techniques at the '
: of Florida Shakespeare Collegiate Houseparty Miss Anne Purvis, bride- of art Wednesday at 8 of'the
Series p. nu February meeting organization .
commemorating the S elect of' Billie Nim- j
Nugent
Fourth I in the City Recreation.. Cen' S ;,
Centennial 8 p.m., Mc- Club nicht- Jr. of ,Jacksonville, 8 :"<
Carty Auditorium Prof. Fred- p.m., Mrs. E. R. Hendrick-I toi-, t :*7 Drawings, prints, pottery,
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son Bowers of"th'e Universityof ice 'son and her daughter Miss This will be the l second auction ceramic jewelry and crafts

Virginia. Lynda Hendrickson, 2044 NW held by members of. the of all kinds from the studios "i

Gainesville Bridge Club 7:30 7th Place association. 'of local craftsmen also will .

p.m., Recreation Center. Iv to I be exhibited and.sold,during
are: 1\ /S '" FRIDAY, April 3 Hostesses for the affair, the evening. 'S : ':

TUESDAY, March 31 Annie S which will take the place of The public is invited to'at. .

vice 15AA z4T U : fr .Tea honoring Miss Susan the ,April meeting, will be tend.. j
Education Wives Card Par- : Virgin; 'Wa: Clara Mathers of Orlando, Mrs. Hugh C. Davis, .Mrs: : A'S "?

ty, 8 p.m., University Women'p. tfrs. 3.:1; ,,, bride-elect of, William 'Slera- S. ,S.- Ballard. Mrs. Caroline .

Clubhouse, W est NewberrrR6aLI. I nionS: III of Orlando, '4 to 6pjn. Mizell, and Mrs. J. L. Howe. UFBridgeGroupstoMeet ,1

Laura "S .5' ., ,Mrs. C. Addison Pound, '
Beta Lambda of Epsilon Sigma SSr' Mrs. C. Addison Pound .Jr., :Pictures donated by

Alpha, Rush party work Mrs. ,1 ic 't ., Miss Elizabeth Anne Pound, Gainesville artists. will include -

meeting. 8 p.m., Community Earl "r.; S4 hostesses at the Pound Jr. : those by Hiram Williams -.
... Room of Guaranty Federal Welch.Mrs. 54L home 1647 NW 19th Circle. :: Canning Young. Kenneth -I Guests of the UniversityWomen's

,Savings. and Loan Building. 5',, % \ \ Kerslake, Jean 0. Mitchell : Club Eve ning
t Rehearsal dinner Bridge group will be members -
honoring
Caroline
Tuesday Evening Supper other 5"S I Mizell Dorothy -
: Miss Sarah Ortoa and David of the Newcomers Bridge
.Club of Gainesville, 6 p.m., Newman and Gladys
,, 4 4S'c s
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I Group Thursday evening.
1404 West University Avenue. I : George Decker ,6 p.m., Dr. I Johns. .

University of Florida Choir, nating .5 55S4 S "S and .Mrs.,; Phares Decker Play is scheduled at 8 p.m.
S Park Lane Cafeteria. Riley Napier of St. Peters- in the
University Woman'sClubhouse
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Concert Uni-
Spring ,.8:15 p.m., ment s'a' "
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burg also has
donated
the West N e wber-
versity Auditorium Log, s'p 'S SATURDAY, April 4 painting he made
'' during a ry Road.
Yale University Club dinner S S'-4' S .

meeting 6. p.m., GainesvilleGolf 4 ep", .5'S''S'S S/; ,:',, '--', .,_ 49"': Tea honoring Miss Virginia -

and Country Club. will -S"k" Kay Davis, bride-to-be of
dale 5 '* John Mathew Fedison, Mrs.J. .

WEDNESDAY, April 1 time *' ,,s' Wayne Reitz and Mrs. Har- iiii'i.iIiMvS
.
Chapter I,- PEO 10 a.m., 4 S 4' ry Philpott, 4 to 5:30 p.m., at

Mrs. Thomas La r rick, 730 tee's school yearbooks are the houseguests of Miss Sherry Roberts, the former's home, 2121 West

NE 9th Avenue. to of Dr. and Mrs. Lamar Roberts, center, who accompanied home University Avenue. '

O. E. S. Auxiliary 3 p.m., Spring Vacation. Left to right are three' of her classmates at Mount Tea feting Miss Courtney SINCERE

Mrs.Jesse A. Vitatoe, 1208 Junior College, Washington, D. C., ,Miss Idalane Bardeen, Miss Wendy West, bride-elect of'Nath Cul-

SW 1st Avenue. will and Miss Jane Barrier, and her cousin, Miss Diane DeLong, who at- pepper Doughtie, 3:30: to 5:30

University of Florida Medical the Mount, Vernon Preparatory School. The girls, who have spent several days p.m., Mrs. John L. R. Grand

Dames 8 p.m., Mrs. Ward July Beach, will)) return to Washington later this week. Mrs. Percy Beard, and Mrs. THANKS

Noyes, 2227 NW 7th Lane. Lewis F. Blalock," at the

University Women's Club Grand home, 1908 NW Tenth

house Choral Group, 10 a.m., Club-' Enter Best-Dressed' Contest by April 5 Avenue. I'' Far


Democratic Women's Club, a Tea honoring Miss Sharon -

I S p.m., Guranty Federal Savings Max Hess,. the nationally- I not exceed $250. This outfit ingenuity and fashion taste Fagan, bride-elect of''John I !- YourEndorsement1:

and Loan Building. known Allentown, Pa., retailer i i't+ must include bat, coat, dress; displayed in completed outfit. Douglas Rogers, 2 to 4 p.m.,

. Gainesville Bridge Club, 7:30 has some kind thoughts for the $ handbag, shoes? accessories This is a unique search that Mrs. T. W. Gause, 1022 NW'

4 p.m.:, Holiday Inn. little lady around the house ', Then, a full length photo or should appeal to all. types of 16th Avenue. :

Fine Arts Association Art who looks like a million dollars !- snapshot must be included of women. Mr. Hess in honoring
'Wedding of Miss Sarah De-
I Auction 8 p.m. City Recrea- for far less. He believesit 4'k'c the participant in her out- them emphasizes that the retailer lores 'Orton, daughter of Mr. To:' 9,000 Voters My appreciation for
tion Center. Open to the pub- is time someone honoredthe 'fit. She' must then completethe is interested in more your
and Mrs. Timothy Orton, and increased civic interest and
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lic. fashionable women sentence in 100 'words 'or than jut selling fashion my guaranteethat
David George Decker, son of J I shall of
represent.pll to the best
throughout the who less "I BELIEVE MY WARD- items. He is you
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country .5'S, v"-4- strongly aware '
THURSDAY, April 2 ... + S Dr. and Mrs.. Phares Decker of my ability.
because of thdr..ugJaue fash- S ROBE IS FASHIONABLE BE- that many women throughoutthe
10 a.m., St. Patrick'sChurch.
,University Women's Club, ion know-how look'ovely on a CAUSE". United States look lovelyon Reception followingat To: 4.436 supporters, workers, donors and 4

Evening Bridge, Guest Nightfor little budget. This entire list, photo and very little' and this is one the' home' of the bride's friends.My sincere thanks for your con-

Newcomers Bridge Group, Hess has announced a 'S"S" essay should be sent to the man's way to say "Thank parents. 'fidence in my independence. integrity and '

8 p.m., Clubhouse, West New- unique search that will focuson : Gainesville Sun, 'the Women's you ladies." patriotism.
berry Road.Gainesville. ''' S Department before April 5. Don't delay '-' do it today. Wedding ,of Miss Elaine
the "Ten Best-Dressed To The
: opposition My congratulations for
N. Y. JudgesNo Hardee, daughter of Mr. and
Junior Woman'sClub Women of Main Street, You may find yourself'on that efficient and
on
I brand of Mrs. J. E. Hardee and Thomas hard-hitting tampaign.
General Meeting, 9:30: U.S.A." particular very special list You'll.be in. .
a.m., Clubhouse. clothing yarns or sewing ma- : C. Beaty, grandson of To: My running mate. Mr. Butt My thanks

Gainesville Cootiette Clbu, 8p.m. Each of the 'Ten Best" will chine need be utilized. Judging good company, and your fash-- Mrtj and Mrs. S. S.. Kirby .6 for his' gentlemanly campaign.- '. : ,

., Mrs. Mary Furry, 317 receive the covered Hess by a 'panel 'of fashion ex-' ion sense will win you the acclaim p.m., Antioch 'Baptist Church.
IJ. SE 3rd Street. Fashion Trophy. Then the perts will be based solely onteenage of your community. Reception following. To: The future -A responsive city government

"Best of Ten" will be chosen MAX HESS serving a great end .friendly: people.
\: S American Association of Uni- ,. ... ;iI tII fit.. .. I I
f} versity Women Morning Interest and will receive the Trip of
such sights as the'Liberty Bell
9:15: a.m., Mrs. a Lifetime. She will be flownto ul
Group other national shrines.
,i Sheldon Lee 610 NW 36th New York during the weekof and ma Byron M. Wynn Jr.

" Street. April 27 with a,noted fash-. Any,woman, single or mar- ,. ,
OES ion editor or commentator.Her ried who is over 21 years of
Gainesville Chapter 44, DEAR MRS., RICKER DEAR VIRGINIA point code to make .
: : help
and American citizen your CITY COMMISSIONER
J 8 Masonic Temple address will be one of age an ", ,
p.m. dates the teen : sibi t 1*tnv .rit ..*. "n% as.es! t .5
t University' Mothers' Club, New York's most chic hotels. can participate. Mr. Hess "I have a very unusual You do have an unusual during years',

Mother and Daughter Luncheon Highlight of her trip will bea hopes the search, because of problem one I have never problem; most mothers want happy and successful exper-

"IJ I 12 noon Holiday Inn. visit to the World's Fair and its appeal to fashion sense iences. It is ,FREE! Please The Home Of Gourmets
rather then beauty will appealto seen in your .column., I ,am ,a, ,to meet the boys their! daugh-
Chapter CQ P.E.O.. Mrs. visit famous landmarks.The I enclose a stamped, self-ad- '; ,
TryQurNonunchs. .4
many women. junior in high school and I am ters ,date. In fact, they insiston 1 "
; Dallas C. Dickey, 1405 NE Sixth second part of her trip dressed envelope with your
allowed to date but my mother meeting them., If your ."
Terrace. will take her via chauffeured Rules Are Listed request for the leaflet. Mail to I 'tamattelli'
doesn't like for the boys to mother is not well and doesn't
FRIDAY 3t' limousine to Allentown, Pa. To compete,. all one has to Dorothy Ricker in'care of The i
April
call for at home. She is like 'to meet about all 706 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE
to visit Mr. Hess's famous department do is list her Spring ward- me people, Gainesville Sun.: S
of the Ala-
t' Annual Meeting store. At Hess's, she robe, whether it was made at sort of sickly and a very nervous you can' do is tell the boy the
chua Association for
County will receive a free Summer pr home 'or purchased and, the person and she says shedoesn't truth.I .
Mental Health Dinner 7:30
J Fall wardrobe. Finally, she price spent for each item..The
Inn. U. S. Senator like to have' 'strangers -
-
Holiday ,
p.m. suggest put the em- ING'ER'I
I will do Philadelphia, taking in entire! Spring ensemble can- you '
L. Holland the house.:
, Spessard cluttering up
phasis on her ill health rather -
guest speaker. About six weeks ago I met a
than her
aversion
Gainesville Garden Club 'for very nice boy who is a senior, to
Application :
Spring Flower Show, Potted we have been dating twice, a "strangers 'cluttering up the 113T'BIRTHDAY

Plant Entries, 4 to 6 p.m., week. house." I also suggest you
10 Best Dressed WomenOf ,
Gainesville High School ask your father to casually be
he has mentioned
I Gainesville ,Bridge' Club, 9a.m. several"Recently times .that he would doing ,something on the front
S ., Holiday Inn.ACROSS. U. S Main Street'Please
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porch the next time have
l .. ,, like to meet my parents and I yon .. ..
a' date
so can introducethe ,
you
print or type: I've about run out of excuses.

THECOUNTER NAME ADDRESS I'm always outside on the i boy to him.Dorothy But you get the gift! ..&

CITY STATE PHONE: porch, waiting for him, whenhe S 0 0 S
My Spring wardrobe, which did not cost over $250 for all comes to pick me up. I've A,free gift for every lady who attends our party

? items was purchased by me in its entirety ( ) includedthe met his parents and they are, Ricker's 'TEEN

A commentator laid not items circled which I made ( ), very nice, friendly people. I COmIAND IENTSn for happy

long 090: "It takes tragedy CHECK WHICH AND BE CERTAIN TO CIRCLE THOSE don't know ,what to tell the dating is. .a brief, right-to-the- :/
to prove the incalculable value --...... : 44
.f all kinds of insurance.** I MADE) consists of :, boy Mrs. Ricker, I think he Save

Unfortunately his statement is : Dress (Cost: ); Coat (Cost: ); Hat (Cost ); is beginning to suspect we've '3'

probably true. Oftentime the Shoes (Cost: ); Handbag (Cost: h Other got 'skeleton. in the closet,'
enlr .0' we learn is by obtervina I' Accessories (Cost: ). or something. What should I I fa" ,...
.r reading .bout. somena's I I BELIEVE MY SPRING WARDROBE IS FASHIONABLE do?" I SUNT.o. Anc- Dt M M '- -

misfortune.;ourselves.or e perieaemissfortune i BECAUSE (complete in 100 words or less) VIRGJr."IALESS ': tl i SOfIIIe NW-IOIIIe dem.atraton j ",,
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'WI 1 I some floor '
there is a maiorKm II
tim. ,
Every
I II ode" 101M sewing
eG.ln.svills. *e receive rOOlll mach4nsS
*. few calls I SHOE .
Zig-zaos for dsang.m.nd 'J.H: :
from peopb II IIg, broid.riftg. ; ? : Switl
to 't spacial attach. : ,,
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? well publicixed. natural combination for i-"t L, ,
f ore a : ellt.r '
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may cous* damage to clothes. Especially! i .. .
to m- -rse-- .cMOle -- ner L, 1-
someone
from moths. -
, Frank Green- geirs about BRING YOUR, PLANS TO OUR '
Late.parsOftSl Moths feed stains
m Insurance. on
wnstor;
RESTAURANT
injury suits from Ciabc.1 .EQUIPMENTDISCOUNT soil ,and organic fabrics and-I
ic occicl."h piOJUCS i.- HOUSE as wool and silk. NEW.SINGER* Portable Special
CbS boddy injury I
( tenet In outomoblle 'O'IC "$. Hotel China And Glassware Company The only way to prevent this I Offer
I .limit* OT oftn IL ,is to make sure that all the I Adjustable fabric feed-
touches .n41uiry 129.W
A crime w.ve 640 W. BAY ST.. P.O. BOX 4313. JACKSONVILLE. FLA. Regular
knob for
'clothes turn
crime covereae. U you're putting away are : just a easy 1963moderSINGER
words* local traqediM S :clean and treated wtth reliable ; darning, mending. *Floor
other nearly "vIkere Advertisement mothproofing agents. Then' Exclusive SINGER* Pobsrter for

ier9e_ cause losses some locol ertU. High School "Dropouts' L $199 moths can't set started and numbered pressure dial $19 95.Saveonethird

.. 'to coftsid... the ody..d .,,- you can't experience lou I Automatic bobbin !

.s .. desirobiktv of ode All From of experience -. IPolka winder. Reduced toS1Q9S
SqSS many years
S tuato insurance. ; Lose 25 to 50 per weekThis !I in this business of textile :; Micro-stitch h regulator

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The *reotest traaed.es who; of SUE sLInvolvi ;I New York N.Y (Special)- ReCent 'preparation, can be, completed -'I The wilting weather: of maintenance. we, hove
those people which mothproofing leamed'I'I'
without pro- Government reports show as quickly as your spore I! summer calls for shoes :
fir a bed loss I thot persons without a High time'permits. I'I'I that cool much and solutions ore the
jer5 Insurance coverage. IIMIY- School Diploma earn $25-550 less I The State diploma issued ,when:: as as S liable and give yoU the Greatest 1 CLEANER'SPECIAL
doe" Dot VACUUM
Please I possible. Smartest answer :
of Take
assurance, protection.
b. eve per week than High School Grad- you pass,the High 'School Equivot I
own case fu"ishtrogic Exams !, ..- this triple- no chance. 1
l.tyovi uates. A High School! Diploma! lecy receives genera
ro"i.de, for tho reI has actually been estimated to be,acceptance ,in business end Chi I: buckled flat sandal in ,ln addition to moth proofing i Dacron u
of us* Insure MOW :worth $250.000 during a person's Service as the equivolent of o! open-airiest white up- each we con also fur [ ". 2 ,
help garment
he eUased to '
would
We, ,lifetime. 'I regular 4 year High School Diploma. leather bogs for bar $ ,79 :
arrive et the proper "Pro Men and who I per nish moth-proof S Fits.AIl: Models ;
you ." S To help overcome the tremen- women storage We also seal all blan'; .i "" Pkts. ,
Ir." of Protectoa.cahl :dous "Dropout" problem. States lock a High School Diploma! are I Utt CENTRAL CHARGE kets in cellophane and, if you<< I Crepe leg. 98c Packet S '
: or stop by rijht away! I from coast,to coast now' offer a being' urged to follow the thousands -: wish your sweaters & knotS Yd. HOW ONLY. S 13 :
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of "Dropouts" who hce'already I
:Special High School Equivalency charge- \
McKINNEY- Diploma. This diploma is being bettered themselves ,by suits ot no extra I SPECIAL 4 F
I I made available to the 62.000.000 getting. o high school education.I BOB'SSHOE !
S Inc. I adults who never finished High An informative Home Study CALL OR. BRING THEM TOS&SCLEANERS ?
GREEN, I I School School Booklet is''being offered J t, := SINGER SEWING CENTERS ;'.
I! The Board of Regents of the free pf charge to- serious minded 5 1. rf>
.Insurance Real EstateS 'State of New York has chartered persons who need a High ,School. STORE' ..Trarfxrw*.l THC MCU COM'IM't'........a_k_KM...*".*$**CQMPIMt ._'.> ".
& Mortgages the National School of Home Diploma. Requests should! be 216 W University Ave. FR :6-6310 "
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1010: W. Univenity Ave. Study.. This school now offers o mailed to the Natlcnol School o* 21 W. University A... Delivery ot C.sh.olld.C."" 'I Gainesville, Flo. -
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S Phone FR 2-3617 home study course that helps"Dropouts" Home Study Depu GS3 34' OPEN EVENINGS TIL 9 ,503,SW.3rd. St. Ph. J7, -4.1' '.,. S -'<-
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I < Cabinet WaiusLtdi; on Prof Salaries

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TALLAHASSEE (AP) The :ident Gordon Blackwdl to elicit professors. The result was that their offers as low as possible
State Cabinet is working quietIy I his cooperation.He the school which offered the to avoid later'conflict and turn

REVIEW V to. put a lid on salaries said the presidents of.most money got the man. over that could lead to "the 1
paid to top professors and university
administrators, Secretary Florida's four other state universities Adams said the presidents promotion of mediocrity in
Frmst Da -10 Studebak 7% of State ,Tom Adams disclosed .also would be told would be'' cautioned to keep Florida's schools."
STOCK Late Morning Frept Sul 37 Swift 46% I today. that "The, cabinet will only go
I J FLASHES Gen Dyn 29%, Thiokol 17% so far. In the- name of higher i Our Gracious: Host
MARKET N. Y. ListingAllis Gen El 86% U Carbid 124% Adams told newsmen that education." Presenh TONIGHT'S DINNER SPECIAL
,f) Gen Fds 90 Un Fruit 22% the Cabinet Budget Commission '
Adams said that in the
: NEW YORK (AP-Cigarette) erage at noon was up .08 at Gen Mills 41% US Steel 59% met privately today with Delicious
I:I r Issues, airlines and coppers advanced 815.99. Chal_17% Greyhnd 52% Gen Mtrs 82% Univ Mat 12% Florida State University Pres- current campaign for gover- GRILLED LIVER SSC
Alcoa 76% Gulf Oil 54% nor the candidates were mak-
in an irregularly higher Gains of a piont' or better Goodrich 57% WestgEl 35% ing much political hay out of and Lyonnalse Potatoes . . . .
I stock market this after- Am Air 49% Int Harv 70
early
were] posted for Liggett & My- Goodyr 45% WinnJix 30% Frat Schedules conservatism & spending and
noon. Trading was, active. ers, American Tobacco, Loril- Am Brk ,54% tot Nick 74% TOMORROW'S
holding down taxes. Complete Luncheon
; Gains of key stocks ran from lard and Reynolds Tobacco. AmBdPr 39 Int Pap 32% UF StudentIn Latin_ ProgramDr.
fractions to more than a point Among airlines, Pan American AmCan 42 Jones & L 78% He warned that some professors BIGGEST VALUE IN GAINESVILLE
A lower tone prevailed among and United advanced well Am Cyan 63% Kais Al 38% Manuel Diegues Jr., di- drawing salaries on a par
steels and motors following a over a point. I Am Mot 16% Ken'cott 83 TravelogueA rector of ',the, Latin American with Cabinet members and the if L Pork Lanes

published report ,that the first Phelps Dodge was up nearlya AT&T 138 Lig & My 75 short travelogue film featuring Center .Research in the Social governor up to $25,000 a year, 1 58c1
sign of a leveling-off in steel demand point. Kennecott trimmed an I Am Tob 31% Lorillard 45% University of Florida Sciences: Rio de Janeiro, might, have to take less undera & I'JI
j' has appeared 'and there early gain exceeding a point to Ampx Cp 16% Mag'vox 39% graduate a student is currently is: main, speaker,in a special new administration if taxes Tossed Green
has been in the orders of rolled back some Salad'
a lag fraction. Anaconda 47% MplsHon 122 program on Latin America to are as
a ,
showing with the feature at the .
l auto plants. IBM rose 4. Armour 50% Mohasco 13% State Theater. be heard'by members of AKD*, candidates promised.The Hot Hot Roll Coffee fir Butter or s.....With. onion Yew Srvt4Fr Salad"
The Associated Press aver- Jones & Laughlin, strong last Babcock 61 Mons'jto 71% honorary sociological fraternity Cabinet also was concerned Iced Tea
age of 60 stocks at noon was up week, dipped nearly a point B4O 42% Mont Wd 37% The film, "Journey to Un- Wednesday night about being the inter- I
.3.at 302.0 with industrials up Dair 70% derstanding," a round-
Nat portrays
while Bethleham and U.S. Steel Beth Stl 38% Dr. Diegues is responsiblefor mediary between the univer Your Second Cup of Coffee or
.4: rails up .1 and utilities up 27% the-world tour taken by Jack
Dist
declined Boeing 43% Nat
fractionally. Republic '
current scientific research sity presidents and the professors Iced Tea Is Always FREE
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Borden 74 Pa RR 31% Helseth of Gainesville. -
Steel held firm. : wanted to hire. Ad- 1
being done in Latin Americaby they ,
The Dow Jones industrial av- Brunswk 10% PepCola 48% I :
Chrysler declined nearly a The film is a 19minuteshort the center under,auspicesof ams said the argument over
point Cater Tr 59% Phil Mor 74% salaries too'often ended before -P .e
: subject. UNESCO and participating up; :
Food Chain Rails, oils and utilities were Celanese 66% Phill Pet 48% ..Latin American nations He the Cabinet.In I
46% RCA 36%
mixed. Drugs'were lower. Chrysler
Buys Markets I Aerospace issues were up a CocaCol 123 Rep Stl 47% Fire VictimsIn will in Latin speak,America..on social. research- ,addition, there was some CAFETERIA. i
shade on balance. Chemicals Com Ed 48% Revlon _37% competition among the univer- Lunch U30. ; *.m. to 2:05 p.m.
: MIAMI (AP-The Grand UnIon maintained a moderate un- Con Edis 86% Rey Tob 42 Need of AidA He is the author of "Cultur- ill II Dinner 4:30 p.m.to 8:05 p.m. ,
Co., one of the 10 largest trend. Cont Can 45% StReg P 35% ural Regions of Brazil' and llI 1212 North Main Street J
food chains in America has Control Data lost 2 and Pola- Dow Che 70% Seaboard 47% request for bedding and a several other books and arti- Summit Planned GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTERAir I
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i' I purchased nine Stevens markets roid more than a point. DuPont 260% Sears 105% stove for ,a burned out family tide on Brazilian sociological Conditioned Open Doily &.tSunday,
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in Greater Miami'' for approximately Prices were mixed in moder- EAL 35 Sinclair 45% :was made this morning by,the topics. COLOMBO Ceylon (AP-A Free Packing .
t e $5.4 million. ate trading on the American E. Kodak127% Socony 71% .Gainesville Red Cross chapter. worldwide summit conferenceof BanquetFacilities.fHONE 376-4491
'! j. Control of the south Florida Stock Exchange. Firestone 43% SouthnC 54% The meeting, 'open to the nonaligned nations has been 58c SPECIALS Doily Mon. thru Sat:
supermarket operation passed to Corporate and U.S. govern- Fla Pw 46% SperryR 18% I The Red Cross asked donorsto public, is to be in' oJhnson scheduled for Cairo during the .l,
contact George Miller, father of the Florida Union
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Lounge at first week of October.
Grand Union when Bernard Stevens ment bonds were mostly unchanged Fla P&L 75 StBrand 75%
, president and son of the with some losses. Ford 55% StONJ 84% I of eight children or Red 8:15 p.m., Wednesday.
founder, signed an agreement at Cross headquarters. t

'1 noon. $100,000> Yacht Lost According ,to chapter director Prof to, LectureR.

Mary ,Medlin, the bedding .

But He Has the MarlinMIAMI and.than stove clothes.are needed more Florida. W. Bradbury'professor; Universityof of economics THE BEST FOR YOUR

has been invited to lecture -
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,I HERE (AP) James L Knight said the yacht, built in at the Social Science Work- PET. THE LOWEST !
; Knight, executive vice presidentof 1954 and valued at more than I An estimated 30 million of the shop in Gautemala City, Aug. 17 .
to 29. He is to attend a meetingof ,
Knight Newepapers, Inc., still $100,000 apparently tore a plankor nation's approximately 65 million -
had his prize blue marlin; today opened a seam and was the workshop faculty in Wash- 1auauTY
but his $100,000, 60-foot yatchwas awash for 90 minutes. license plates for passenger ington Wednesday and Thurs f
m) down in the Atlantic Ocean. cars carry some slogan. day.MOIIIEY.
I, IS They salvaged only a few
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l Knight, his wife, Mary Ann, iOIScQ
sonal effects, including Mrs.
their daughter, Beverly, 13, and
I two crewmen aboard the Jimi- Knight's jewelry his golf clubs 0I
I and a stereo radio. Knight also jt
ana were taken aboard another
J THE boat Sunday when the custom- lost clothing and his keys. [ (Of course!)
built yacht foundered 40 miles But he said he saved the
east of Miami. "most important" evidence %
[ "The bottom just let go," said needed to press his claim for a k
MANe Capt. Harold Graves. A Coast world record blue marlin'caught Just tell us how much Cash 24 Cask 24 I Colorful Talking Variety
II you need to pay old You MonthlyPayments You Monthly
o : Guard plane dropped a portable on 50-pound test line. He landed bills, for home improvements Receive Receive Payments '
t pump but the Jimiana went the 585 pound fish Saturday car re$185.00 $11.00 428.00 25.00 PARAKEET '
TO CALL FOR THE BEST down about 1:50 p.m. aboard the Rerun. The current pairs, for all your 269.00 16.00 537.00 31.00 ___' .:k
5 f !BUY* ON YOUR INSURANCE I The Knights, Graves and mate record is a 551-pounder caughtin seasonal Phone for expenses.'prompt, 338.00 20.00 60p.OO 34.39
John Wells reached the fishing 1960. courteous service. Payments include interest and
"li principal.
1 jl .::::: RALPH, cruiser, Rerun, also owned by I The marlin was tied to the I Adult birds I5'BABY T
another LOANS UP TO $600
Knight. Standing by was, ,stern of the Rerun and Graves
I -- TURLINGTON boat, traveling with ,the 'party, brought the hook, leader, pictures I t
Miami Marlin owned by George application and sample of I FAMilllVI: I PARAKEETS . 7.67 I
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I 117 N.E. 16th Ave.I I 3. Storer Sr., owner of radio. I,the line to submit to the International I 4
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(l j ,Monday March'30: .1964Gainesville. Sun y 7

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; HERIERT DORIS MARLOWE PERDUE aaaR By MIKE POWER "We begin a reshaping of the in a revolutionary new drug hours, Dr. Williams said. .. .

The Alcoholic "Rehabilitation' person's life patterns." developed by Dr. Helen Willi- After medical treatment the

.I. Right now we should be somewhere Hill, Glenda Green, Cindy Center in,Avon Park offers the The Avon Park Center is a ams, senior physician at the patient is ready for communitylife .- '' ? : ..

U. S. 27. Although Green and Doris Perdue., The alcoholic a start in arresting series of one-story, ran c b- Center.It at the Center. He takes _. f ,,,;S5, ...:. .
.: we are writing this a week alternates are Elaine Holder, his disease. It doesn't claim to style buildings connected by consists of a combinationof part in individual, group and ; -I .- ,]

ahead we're sure we will be Lynn Chastain and Ann Smith. offer a sure-fire cure, as nc open-air walkways. It contains amino acids as a protein sup- occupational therapy. 1 ; .p : -j

able to say this to everybody: The sextet is directed by Mrs. such thing exists. 64 beds, including a 10-:. plement and an aid in liver "We try to make it as much "t !

"We had wonderful time in Jacquelyn Toy. During a 25-day program, the bed intensive treatment unit repair, magnesium to combat .
like outside life possible,
Nassau but we sure are tired." We welcome two interns to Center tries to show the afflicted for "drying out" purposes. I delirium tremens (D.T.'s) and as.
main
Pinardi said.c'The thing
We had an assembly Wednes- our school In the music depart- person a course to follow ir'recovery. Admittance to the Center 'is potassium to help the body's ,
is getting the to realize
day March 25. Our chorus ment we have Mr. Ed Rolf. ." entirely voluntary.The chemical 'decomposition. person ,
what his is.
'problem
sang Evening Song" and "Ca- Our library has'MisS Carol Myer. "Our program is j just i alcoholic is first given Patients formerly spent threeto i

roL'af-thetSheep Bells." The ., They are both from the University start," said Norman Pinardi, director nedical treatment to prepare five days in the Center's "de- Dr. William P. Hill, cl efc1inicat EngineersDraftsmen

: Girl'jSextet sang "Sentimen i of Florida, and we hope of informational service.at j lim for psychotherapy. 0 n e: toxication" unit, but with the psychologist at the Center '

tae Joamey" and John Sweet !they enjoy their stay. the Center. part of the physical help comes! new drug, require only 24 developed a "psychodra-

; sang '"By the Bend of the River I Our student of the week is ma" in which patients act out

." Our speaker for the as- Cindy Green. Cindy is a sophomore their own problems in a play.

: 'sembly was Mr. Bob Jordan, and is secretary of the S. 5> 54S The entire Center populace attends -
: past Juvenile Counselor for Ala- Student Council. She fa an FHA the dramas. I

chug County. He spoke on the officer, a cheerleader, and a

:. problems. of juvenile. delinquency. member of the girls' sextet She Pinardi'* said the "psycho-
Is the daughter of Mr. and S dramas, staged twice a week,

Our sextet did well Green. Our- help the "actors" understand
girls' .very Mrs. A. M. : cOngratulations -
I : fcrdjstnct,competition. ,They received Cindy. their own problems and also .'
: rating Superior: at Panther Patter: We hope the help a person in the "audience"solve Architects
his
the ,Jacksonville contest. The ,secretary In the office is feel- own conflict S ;;

.. s xtet.s. .composed. Robin ing better. It sure is hard to "Someone in the audiencecan

Russell, Judy Hill, Carolyn get a key in a T-Bird. watch the play and say,

.. That's a lot like my own probem -.
.. ,' Pinardi said. I :
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Pinardi expressed the Cen-
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1 K. "A problem is always a trig

ger to drinKing. The alcoholicuses

Heckles liquor as a solution to his h:

S wN problem. He's getting something. .:.).
out of it even if no one else is. .t
Drinking doesn't cure his sit-' -
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Nql.Arr 8.4.q uation, but does help it, he :
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By JOHN WATERS and MABELLE GLASS thinks. Until he reaches a low < > f ":: :' ;

II / v f'. : .X point, he won't seek help." r ., \, r
,'_The:senior class finally made appropriate for the season, and d 'i 'V 1 '
Pinardi said and l' A :}i'i1 ( : > .t'li
II I 'a decision on the play they singing of hymns. The Methodist sobriety .,. -#4".. -.;J[ .1i ..4.'l" ", .
work .
is the basis of
would present this year. The Rev. C. M Sappington, and recoveryat ._ ;:>
is ,"A Rocket In His Pocket a p a 3' the Center. He said that one- ". .
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play the Baptist Rev. Presely Pen- .. .
third of the "recover
patients ,
and Is to be hit : '
sure a dergrass, participated in the (4 1. .
one-third back and im- _
'j The cast Is composed of 6 boys program..Also at this program, come each return and .,"" \ "'. "-
Beautiful prove upon ,
and 5 It,Is farce SurroundingsA
girls. a com Mr. G. Hugh Williams presented one-third do not recover. .,\ '
edy about the riots, romancing a cup to the Hawthorne Stu- '.-I?
and, rocketing at a western dent Body. series of one-story, ranch-type dormitories at the Avon Park Rehabilitation Informational Service Officer .

high school. The F.H.A. Career Day was Center gives it a beautiful appearance as part of theraphy' the cure of Jeifry Hilliard said if Florida's

I Dexter Bender, a senior at held at Gainesville High School alcoholics number of alcoholics remainsat LlJ.JLC f' j jr
H.H.S. Teturned from a visit its present figure of 150,000 I -r '
to Nashville where he :was last week. Hawthorne ,was rep- it would take the Center 100 r\\ :
resented in the Fashion Show
'J a guest oLhis cousin, Billy I years to treat all of them.
by Claudia Hughes, Linda I ..
Tompson. He stayed on the Willits, Nancy Willits, Sandra / SEE "Our program" philosophy"Pinardl r s ,.+
of Vanderbilt Univer- I said, is that alcohol- ....
r campus ,
Bonds, Nancy Hunsucker, and by.

g sity College, where of Diesel he inquired Engineering into the Home Shirley Economics Bell, all members III class.. The the not We'd Ism a is like state a to community or federal problem.problem Health: KEUFFEL &. ESSER CO. announces

see County
: and talked with the coach about Club made $23.80 towards the installation
J Departments take financial aic the opening of a new ;Florida Branch Of-
. football scholarships. price of a powder S .theSUN 'or operation of out-patient clin- ,
( Last Thursday night the HawThorne class I.
room for their room by i ics; to let that clinic become a
Lions Club presentedthe selling magazines.The I' iI central part of the communityfor fice-fully stocked with tHe"COMPLETEline
I
"Womanless: Wedding, at Para-Medical Club bas' treatment.

I the school auditorium after the been assisting the school nurse ALACHUA GENERAL ryman, MorriSton; Juanita J. Williams, 621 NW 5th Ave., Pinardi said the Center Is of ,K&E, products/Afc is to
purpose
Hawthorne- Band's fish fry. Both and the County Health Clinicin HOSPITAL ,Darling, Newbery. about 7:21 p.m. Saturday NE also moving "m 0 r e and w

,the play and the fish fry werea getting the children of the March 26, 1964BIRTHS z: 35th Street more" into alcohol education at '

J great success. The proceeds school and community to get DISCHARGED Fred M. Shogreh, Rt. 1, Carlton the secondary school level in .bring you fasten..deliv 1=Y iInprqved: serv- .. .
will go towards the purchasing their Oral Polio Vaccine. i Ms. Karen Boetcher and son, Florida.
Minn. and Carl Louis
\ of new uniforms for the band. Science class 7B decoratedthe Mr. and Mrs.NE 20th Ronald PL A. Bennett Mrs. Betty Home, Walter Es- Thompson, Jr., 739 NE 10th "We're moving into schools ice, immediate information on the latest
1412 city,
J The annual Easter Program kau, Mrs. Tammie Durden and and lecturing on alcohol and ,
Place about 5 Saturdayat '
cafeteria's bulletin boards Mr. and Mrs. Harry M. p.m. -
boy .
f was held Thursday in the ; !son, Copeland Newbern, Mrs. alcoholism. We simply give the
the intersection at NE 1st in
Baker 103 NE 11th St., city, developments draftlnreProductio n
auditorium. The this week to correspond with : ,
.
school program Ora Lawson, Joseph Bullington, Street and 7th Avenue., pupils the facts. We're not say- 1
) consisted of a message the Easter Season. boy; Mr. and Mrs. Randal L. Wylie Gordon, Mrs. Ruby Kuy- ing not to drink. ,That ,would be

; Avery, 2206 SE 49th Drive, city kendall, Mrs. Janice Richardsand Dall Greene, 1451 LeBarron pretty ridiculous since this"' is 'sliFveytngTirptics:-& inetrology, photo-..

Westwood boy; Mr. and Mrs. James D. son, Mrs. Elaine GriffIS, Ave., Jacksonville, and Alphonso an.agency of the stateand'thestate .. .....*..
lij"1)} Whispers I Loyd, 104 SE 14th St. city, Cohen 613 NW.2nd St., about
Lewis Baby Girl; Lilla Mae legalizes sale of alcohol. grammetry and related fields.1 :: r..,
I boy; Mr. and Mrs. Morgan P. Halle, ,Nancy TurbyfilJ, ,Tar- 12:40 ajn. Saturday at the ,intersection A, ... ..4. __ .... ....
PAM WHITLOWand I This week the Westwood Cobb, 276-B Corry Village, city of SW 13th Street and ....
Bass, Thereasa Keith, Roger ,
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and Mrs. Otis ToUristTallyin'63 ..
Mr. .
LYLA BROGDONThe track team placed second at girl; 5th Avenue. Fla. ,...
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Westwood Band won su Jackson, 4205 NW 21st Dr. city Whitney. .. ... .J...... .."..... ..... .,'y.
The ,
their first meet at P.K.Y. ,
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from all three boy. ALACHUA GENERAL Patricia A. Sciotto, 319 E. Fla- ..... '
perior judges rating and. the slghtread I n g schools that competed were ADMITTEDMrs. HOSPITAL vet I, and Betrico Eby Ratcliff, : ; :.. ::- .. JQ

at the District Band con- PK Yonge, Westwood, B u c h- Marlene S. Avery, Mrs. March 27, 1964BIRTHS 1125 SW 4th Ave., about 1:20 p.m .. ? :-" "#
judge lolz and Howard Bishop. The .. .. "S:.;'>'''
test. Sandertte Dowd won a superior Hattie B. Hawkins, Mrs. Mars Saturday at the intersection of TALLAHASSEE (APMore) I . . . .. .. .". .. .! .". .' ". .. ...
results are as follows: Tom -
W. University 7th Street. --
rating: on her flute solo. W. Baker, Mrs. Caroline M. than 14.2 million tourists visited I ...
I Gassett, placed second in the : *
also receiv- D. Larry Mr. and Mrs. John P. Shepherd Sadie L. Fountain, 12224 S.
Saunders Cobb
Whitney,
Roger
Rebecca Florida last The
t and the 880 : year. previous I
220 broad jump
rl$ Road,. Svannah, and! Terrell O. Write : :
ed a superior rating for her piano relay Richard Shelling, thirdin J. Bass, Theressa Ann Keith, boy; Mr. and Mrs. T. H. year's record was eclipsed by n. ,
l' ; Wiggins, 1905 NW 10th St, about
Willis and San Ellen Mrs. Hallman 4117 NW 36th St,
solo. Moria Nancy Turbyfill, ,
some 9 cent Gov. Farris
the 440 and fifth in the discus per letterhead :
C 12 Saturday at the inter- on for :
noon
dertte Dowd, received a super and low hurdles Mike Wilma C. Loyd, Robert A. Anderson city, boy; Mr. and Mrs. Mar- Bryant reports. your .

,ior for their flute trio. loams, second in the; 880 (he Mrs. Ellen W. Worley. vin J. 'Berkman, 316 SW 10th section 10th Avenue.of NW 13th Street .and "Florida'is continuing to growin the complete K&E ::1
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Mr. Joseph Benson, seventh was I also 'on the mile relay Mrs. Sandra F. H a 11m a n, St, city, girl; Mr. and Mrs. popularity throughout the na-

grade English and social stud- team which came in third). Mrs. Florine M. Rogero, Mrs. John M. Dix, 1313 SE 17th Arbon W. Stratton, 223 ForrestDr. tion and the world," said Bry 43rd Edition :
, ies teacher; is now in St. Bensons Katherine L. Jackson, Mrs. Terr., city, boy; Mr. and Mrs. ., Falls Church, Va., and Joseph

Hospital recovering from James Gavan placed fifth in Iris B. deMaupassant, Mrs. Rod P. Carlos, 2823 NE 11th Fitzgerald, 120 NW 9th St, antThe State Development cOmmission .
surgery on Friday. Mrs. Carroll the mile; John Boyd, second in Sylvia M. Cunningham, Harri--Terr., city, boy; Mr. and Mrs. about 11:50 pjn. Saturday at in an annual report on . .: .: :. .::. .. ..

is taking over,his classes until the discus, second in the 880 relay ett W. Scott, Larry J. Gagner, William M. Epperheimer, 2831 the intersection of W. Universityand tourism, said that 14,208,279 visitors ''

he ,,recovers. His classes and third in' the mile relay Mary D. Eng; Hugh E. Folds NE 13th St, city, boy. 8th Street entered Florida during the I, : Catalog'J

nave presented him with a'crazy Lamar Pierson, fourth in Zella H. Phillips, Mrs. Mary ADMITTEDHannah Mary Kay Dean, 1117 NW 3rd year. !' ,

box" which contains the discus, second in the 880 H. Wright, all of Gainesville; Ave., and Anna Cunningham, This record accomplished '" '

,marry articles to keep Mr. Benson relay and third in the mile; Julian T. Langford, Alachua; M. Dix, June A. 675 NE 17th St, about 9:20 a.m. in spite of cold weather in some -->[ nl'At-! -:

:Occupies.: relay; Vernon McDanial, second Mrs. Opal 0. Heddlestcn, Ala- Berkman, Mark B. Lewis, Mrs. Saturday at, the intersection of of the months and labor'difficulties :
This week. the. Westw o o d in"the 880 relay; and BillDeese chua; Arthur. Jackson, Lake Bonnie P. Carlos, Mrs. MaryS. E. University and SE 14th SMack by a railroad and an air-

\ Whisper went on sale throughout -, third in the mile relay. Butler; Mrs. Lavenia Aldridge, Shephard, Barbara P. Ep. Arthur Jones, 665 NE :

the sch 01.'The cost oL :the We .would like to, congratulate Earlton;' Jessie Mae Benton perheimer, Terry M. Bartley, 17th St, about 10:40 a.m. Satur line.Tourist volume topped one 3

:paper is,'ten:cents per :copy these,boys for the fine job they A 1 a c h tin; Billy S. Thomas, ill of Gainesville; Kate Mansfield day in the 3300 block of NW 16th million in nine months in 1963.

We are :.sure that It. was enjoy- did. Hawthorne; Mrs. Jean R. Per- Keystone, Thomas J. Avenue. This was true in seven monthsof KEUFFEL & ESSER CO.
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'.Cu.1 'By- _.BU. Bass, Newberry; Margaret R. Willie F. Culpepper, 4147 NW 1962 and five months of 1961.

t .Much to our joy, spring. vaea'Uon % McCall, Chiefland; Dorothy H. 13th Terr., and James E. Co- August, for the first time, be- 1012 Sligh Blvd., Orlando, Florida 3
will start''Friday the 27th, Cello, Alachua; Martha H. marty, Rt 1, Box 302 about 7:30 came Florida's largest tourist

and last through the 31st. Have Benton, Micanopy; Pauline F. a.m. in the 200 block of 4th Ave- month with 1628433. July was 1

c fun!!! ., Bishop Rain, Newberry. second with 1,594,268,June 1,. '
I We would like to apologize to nue.Herman H. Munden, 510 SE 551,113 and December, 1334012. f
'john.Foshee for forgetting his DISCHARGEDMrs. 4th Ave., and Rowland Grant Automobiles brought 82.9-percent : Tel Dhone: 305423-1641 ..
Bulletin Elizabeth T. Burek, -
name on the seventh grade A 'Allen, 3620 SW Archer Rd., of the tourists, airplanes
Lucille .
Johnnie L. Carter Mrs.
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honor roll.Boy about 5:10 ajn. Saturday in the 11.6 per cent trains 2.7 per cent
Hatch and Mrs. Juan ,,
N. ,
son "
: 500 block of 4th Avenue. and buses 2.8 per cent ', J
ita C. Jones. Julian T. Lang- I '
I : EscapesNiagara By GARY MARTIN Inez Henderson, 824 NW 3rd -
ford, Mrs. Evelyn R. Law, Alfred S ..
Ave., about 2:30 ajn. this mornIng .
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Leno Mrs. Elease G. .
Fall I L. %. ; .
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/ Bishop, along with most other grade students, if and or when Lindsey[ Linda B. Logan and 503 JOIN.filE ,'':. ;;, 1
James Saffold Brantley "
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. i NIAGARA 'FALLS, Ont (AP) schools in the county, will they get there. :son Jenny Morgan, Ellen Tyler Beach .
Banker Rd\ West Palm ,
_A 5-year-old boy, who fell be closed Friday and Monday.The The Cedar Key trip was a ,: Foster W. Young. ..
and Lawernce C. Boyd 20665 _
down the sheer side Bishop Bulletin extends to great success. Members of the NiEAM ,
J of part the way Niagara River gorge and each reader our hearty wishes Science Club ,were allowed togo ,ACCIDENT ROUNDUP Telegraph Rd., Treyton, Mick, J ,

I I clung to'a ,tree 'for an hour, today for a happy Easter, holiday.We I to Sea Horse Key last week. The Gainesville police this about 6:50 this morning.Driving .J > .Ii

has only 'a chipped tooth, had a very inspiring assem- They'used the University's boat :morning reported the following r While 'IntoxicatedThe I 'f'

scratches .and bruises to show bly program on Thursday, with and explored whatever Is persons were involved in accidents ,.
I for it our chorus and Rev. Mitchellof there! For those of us who real- during the weekend: Gainesville police re- --

.r, Wayne Stadnyk climbed a retaining the First Methodist Church.In ly know nothing about it, because Thomas Arthur Monday, 1606 ported the following people were I .'

wall Sunday and P., E., track meets, and we didn't go, there win N.E. 8th St, whose 1962 sedan arrested during the weekend.I ..- t____., .... ... 1"'t "'
plunged 150 feet down the gorge almost everything else is all be another trip on April: the struck Jack Parrish about 7 p.m and charged with' driving while .1 T ". -t

I .three miles downriver from Ni- going smoothly. We were disappointed eleventh. We have already signed yesterday In Orange.Heights.. intoxicated: 55. S r .

agara Falls. He grabbed a tree to learn that,. so far, up and hope that these who Parrish is listed in fair to poor Elbert Bishop, Atlanta ar- -. "- ,. ..'... .-...KMM. 6..... -, t-
growing out of the cliff and we can see no hopes of having have not signed up and did not condition hi Alachua' General rested Saturday in the 500 block t .

saved'himself from falling an- swimming in our,P. E. classes.I go, on the first trip will figure HospitaL r of NW 13th Street c' .... ,

tther 100 feet to the bottom. However, we can be Sure that some,way to stow aboardl .1 !1 Curtis Jerome Pafford Route John Alvin Mathis,' Gen. Del, .. ..+". '. .
The from Bishop 3 Box 105 Lake City, on the Evinston, about 11:20 pjn. Saturday ... -' ..
A police officer: summoned by Coach ,Rivers ,will plan some- delegates sariwa1'.4YNIIATIIIAL t err, gc sus s
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residents' who had seen Wayne thing just as great that attended the Junior Academy -NW 39th St exteaskm'about 5:30 on State Road 234. (

On the second the ninth of Science had a great timein pjn.. Saturday. __.. ,
go over the wall heard his cries. April FIRES : .' II. ..r,. .. ':::
., A" volunteer rescue. worker graders from Bishop will take the Orlando-Winter Park area 'Donald Gum Vaugh 19 NE ,. ., ;"-! "...... "":: :
climbed'up: .to the tree, clasped. buses to Gainesville High 'last week-end. We are happy 13th St, and Marion Eugene Tl Gainesville Fire Department : *' .

f Wayne and fashioned a rope. School, where they will be given to report that Mrs. Ash, Warren, Rt 1 Box 29Z, about reported this morning thata HAIl t". .. .. *. ... *..>-* ** .'.. -.. t.i -. !:
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seat. Other rescue workers, including tests that will, with the help teacher at GHS, has been 'reppoiated 5:8.p.m., Saturday fire did about $ 60.damage to !. '. : : :: 4

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in with Missis- it t S ;
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:Legs Hurt sippi State at Perry Field, as \

Besselink Seeks First the Gators perhaps look ahead

.. toward their big Eastern Division -
Eyes Still *v,. series with Auburn this

weekend in Auburn.

: : 4 Coach Dave Fuller said he .
Win in 7 Years '
fn Target Tourney p s3 would use Danny Eggart and r

,.. Adrian Zabala in ,today's game, ,

Z By MIKE RATHET ., S'td. with State, sceduled for 3 p.m.:

Associated Press Sports Writer WILMINGTON ,N.C. '(AP-t round of the $20,000 Azalea Opeq bogey seven on the 17th, where t. at Perry Field. In tomorrow's!

t, sport No. 2 is in on Mickey It's been almost .seven years(started. Besselink's par 72 Sun-I be hit a ball out of bounds, cost. action, also starting at 3 p.m.,:.
I1 $
Mantle, whose fate apparently years since, Al:Besselink won a day after earlier rounds of 70-65 t him second place. ,' A > 4. 2k + Jim Biggart and Charlie Anderson -

niages.on tape. regularPGA circuit i golf tournament -gave him a 207 total, nine under Harrison, Jack McGowan and 4 5a are to hurl.

I Last Thursday, Mantle's case .. Not since the 1957 Kansas par, and a two-shot edge over Jerry Pittman were tied with :; State, coming here from three ta.

hi pry had an expenditure for City Qpetf' has the big blond Joe. Campbell, the first round, Gajda. i games in Tallahassee where it $ ii
from Merchantvflle N.J. leader. + I posted a 2.1 record, is likely to .
, tage-to bandage his legs. 'Sunday won Mike Souchak and Pete Brown I Mt .. '
on the tour.. I use Jim Carroll or Doug Hutton *
Mantles had Asked how he planned to play stroke
case history followed at 212, one : :
expenditure for tape to But fie;'was '18 holes away the final 18 holes over the 6,744- ahead of Gene Littler, Funseth s ;against Russ Gatlin the Gators today. from < J, .

measure his homers. from victory .today as the final. yard Cape Fear Country Club! Bruce Crampton, Doug Ford GATOR CATCHER DAVE PORTER Sarasota is one, sophomore of State's top
,
course, Besselink replied: and Billy Casper.By .clutch hit beat Tech, 2-1, last Friday
Mantle, the New York Yan- hitters as is Butch East, sopho- tWr
"Well, IVon't do unnecessary -
faS' $loo, -a-'ear slugger any J more catcher from Pascagoula, -
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gambling, but I certainlywon't ,'i
tf(th the dime store legs, raised Miss. Del Unser, first baseman wt

h.t,..batting average, to ..318 Sun- be playing safe. I've nev who also can pitch, is another '
rM m0 r a. er: been known' to be a safe Derby HopefulsFace t.
dad, by lifting two long drives n: State standout
player. I won't do anything to I
0the fences at Tampa, Fla., lead but I'll be $ The Gators, ahead in the Eastern M.nda7, darcti 3ti' !
: baseball jeopardize my Division mark
fib 6-Texhibition victory on a S-0
at the hole. I 1
over the Cincinnati Reds.The firing Testswill '. : thanks to Georgia's win over

'homers "If I don't win, maybe next Many Auburn last Friday, need only . .
the first of
; were week it will be better or if not split their with the I .
: games Tigersto
t tarp spring training grind for
then, maybe the next week..I'm -
Mfljtle, who had been forced r well that ORLO ROBERTSON I bring together the leading grab an edge in their bid I Golf W9rl[I .
playing so now some- < : :- for the in .
crown 1964. Auburn'
f it t; a four-day layoff by his ail- thing has to bust." Associated Press Sports Writer Kentucky Derby eligibles quar- .
iil: legs. He had complained The 3-year-olds move front tered in the New York area. won both the Eastern Division Series DateSept.4216'
Besselink picked up $400 in and the SEC crown last i
I h mlt his left knee-operated on and center this week in a full They include Chieftain, winnerof year "
bonus money for leading after State brings a 7-2 record into
the winter for carti- to Bowie's Governor's Gold Cup
(stung, torn scale production leading up ; ,
54 boles' to go along with $1,000 a action today against Florida.
IC.+ ,the May 2 running of the Ken- Determined Man, surprise win- a
he pocketed Saturday for lead :tucky Derby. ner of the Bay Shore at Aque- The Gators are 8-2 and have I AKRON Ohio ....,
J :c was running reaj good 4 ing the .second round and also won six games in a row. fAP) Theo
'J i ttlMli; I came down isoss shooting its low score. i Hill Rise, the Kentucky Derby duct; Mr.and Brick, Bupers, Quad- y State has won from Arkansas o I I third annual World Series of

Isn't been running good the He made only one birdie Sunday favorite is expected to be the rangle Traffic. State, 7-0() and 21.1; split with Golf'will be played at Firestone

I 11E couple: of days," Mantle f Y.ItY. but,an eagle on the 565- only top sophomore absent from Hill Rise will be'the chief West X. Alabama, 5-3 and losing 7-4; Country Club here Sept. 1213.

f n 3 when he issued Report No. yard third hole gave him his big the competition that starts today Coast representative at Churchill ;f topped Nicholls State 1-0 and Competing will be winners of

1:.Siursday.r push: He used his driver twice with the F20,000-added Maryland Downs the first Saturday in : 5-3; beat North Carolina, 3-2; this year's Masters, U. S. and

and then needed only a five-foot Derby at Laurel.On May. But the Trial and the Cali- -' and Northeast Louisiana British Opens and PGA cham
4.1
,
He Trotted fornia itself ;
Derby April 18 could
lie concentrated on trottingagar y KK putt for the eagle. Saturday comes the $100- well while losing to FSU. I pionship. The WorldSeries, win
' Two traps and a hooked shot 000-added Florida Derby at Gulf- produce another! candidateor ner will receive $50,000, with
: the Reds. Both homers two. The DANNY EGGART
into the woods cost him three stream Park, the $50,000-added same goes for the $15,000 going for second and
hit with Mantle batting Hi miles of the Arkansas ;:
{ were Derby. .faces State today
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right-handed against southpawJoe bogies. Gotham at Aqueduct the $25- $5,000 each for third and fourth

Nuxhall, the first with a Campbell, first day leader 000 Arkansas Derby at Oaklawn places.

man on in the first inning trav- with 67,, had slumped to 73 in Park and the $15,000 California I If a player wins more. than
the next round but Derby Trial at Golden Gate Eastern
eling 350 feet and the second in charged Division Race one of the qualifying tournaments

the fifth with the bases empty 4 back with 69 for second place. Fields the four man field for

430 feet. The. 69 was the day's low Repeating, one of the three the 36 hole medal play event

locketing AL BESSELINK. score,.tied by Dutch Harrisdn, that trainer Lucian Laurin is will be assured by having defending
I long tint sine win
!
No.2 however still
Report celebrating his 54tfr pointing for the Kentucky Derbyis
birthday, Focuses l/F Auburn champion Jack Nick-
left doubts about the conditioncf 4VO. and -Rod Funseth. The three the best known performer in on I j laus as first alternate.The second
Mantle's taped legs. In the the mile of the Maryland
divided $600 in bonus money. one
DriversInjured alternate will be the loserof
field, he ran without any indica- :{) third Derby. He packs top weight of '
' tion of lameness, but he let one t' Sharing place; at 210 124 By MIKE BARRON day finds Mississippi State at:lege, VMI at Georgia and Ten- a playoff in any of the ma-
pounds.
4e .o were Tommy Jacobs, Lionel Associated Press. Sports Writer Florida. Non-conference clashes nessee i is' host to Cornell in a jor qualifying championships.
t'I hit fall in front of, him instead tfebert and Northern Dancer, the Kentucky -
of charging it in the Mantle In Larry Mowry The Southeastern Conference include Notre Dame at Louisiana : doubleheader. If Nicklaus should win one of s
choice off
Bob- Derby's second ,
Gajda, who held :second
I State Cornell at Tennessee:
Eastern
manner. / wr ...... his in the Flamingo at Division baseball Wednesday at' the four major championshipsand
I "' place} in each of the first two victory and I Mississippi
:a Hialeah Park heads the field in scramble is shaping up as a Mississippi at Mississippi Southeastern Louisiana VMI at there are no ties in the
,
rounds 'with pair'of'
a 68s;
I Leegue Race Mishap : battle for 'supremacy between Southern. events the fourth entrantfor
While the American ,
I l slumped to 75 for a fourwaysixth the: IV miles of the Florida Derby Georgia.
champion Yankees were.ettinj i i The Canadian-owned colt Florida and defending SEC The rest of this week's schedule ', the world series will be decided
I' s tie '
place t 21L A triple "
'rj a boost from their No. 1 product,' DREADING, Pa. (AP)Roger ? showed Be was ready by matching champion Auburn.! : Thursday Southern- Georgia Tech at by an 18-hole playoff involving -

Sandy Koufax of the world McCJuskey, of Tucson, Ariz., '-. .f-- the Gulfstream record with Florida is out front with a Tuesday -, Notre Dame at Georgia, Mississippiat second-place' e finishers

t champion Los Angeles Dodgers and;-q)01Jf Branson, of Cham- Robbins' a 1:22 2.5 clocking fpr seven furlongs 5-0 SEC record. Auburn, which LSU, Mississippi State ,at Flor- Mississippi Southeastern State, Mississippiat of the four tournaments.

turned in his sharpest pitching paign.,;nL, appear questionablestarters.in .. l in a four-length victory l lost its first game of the season ida, Mississippi at, Mississippi Louisiana.

performance in a 3-1 loss jo : the Indianapolis 500 ..... last Saturday. last week, trails at 31. Southern, Kentucky at George- Friday Furman at Georgia Rich Races

Minnesota. on Memorial Day after being Is Named The Dancer's rivals will in- In the west, 'where no confer.ence' town, Tulane at Mississippi Col- Tech, Georgia at Vanderbilt,

Koufax became the first pitcher hurt in a sprint car race here. ,clude Dandy K., surprise winnerof .games were played last Florida at Auburn, Tennessee at AP The monthsof
CHICAGO )
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to go all the way this spring A.: J. Foyt, 'of Houston,. Tex., last week's Fountain of Youth week, Tulane clings to the lead Kentucky, Alabama at LSU, Illinois and will
September
k as he limited the Twins to five "won theJMyap Reading. InaugurkUS..AutoClub AllAmericas !Stakes; Roman Brother, a with a. 2-0 mark..' Alabama- and Rodeo Slated Wesleyan' MississippiState August six thoroughbred with
races
I'l I hits. Jimmie Hall ruined, Kou ; 'Race Sundayin ,s.; strong second lathe Fountain of Mississippi State are" ,tied for and Mississippi at Tulane. see$100,000: added value at the

I li fax' effort with a two-run homer 'which nine laps were run Youth and attempting to regainhis second at 1.1.'Dogs In Palatka Saturday-Same as Friday. Arlington-Washington meeting.
Robbins (-8 .
''r in the fourth and the Twins add- under.caution.flag. Two :other Chipola early season form; Ky. Pio- Top Auburn Richest event is the Futurityfor
basketball star has SEC
been Standings
ed an unearned run inn the fifth. drivers uere injured and oite to the selected neer, who still appears to be Georgia handed Auburn its PALATKA '- The Palatka EtiUni Division 2-year-olds. It will be run

't Joining Hall as the day's hit escaped injury. Foyt's time was All-America first junior team college Calumet's leading Kentucky first loss Friday, 65. But the Ti- Horsemen's club is sponsoringthe W. i. Pet. Saturday, Sept. 12. The distanceis

f ting stars were Detroit rookie ,3:24: .69, and he won by a half. nounced by the National an-JC Derby hope, and probably Salt- gers bounced back with two Fifth District Rodeo, April Auburn FLORIDA S I 0 1 1.000..15021.U7 seven furlongs.

Willie Horton, Julio Gotay "fcf lap over' Jim Maguire, of Pun- .Athletic Association.. ville and The Scoundrel.The ninth-inning home runs .to ,even 3, 4 and 5 at Motes'Arena, five Georgia Kentucky 2. .333

Pittsburgh, Tim Harkness of ,ellen, N.J.McCluskeywas. :- tjured'when Robbins, a native of Grove' one-mile of the Gotham the two-game series Saturday, miles west of. Palatka on High- Tennessee Georgia Tech 0 0 0 1 .000.000 Good CLEAN Cabs

the New York Mets and 'Tony land, was named the state's beating the 'Bulldogs 32. way 20.. Vanderbilt I I .000 GAINESVILLEDIAMOND
tus car flipped over just as he Florida beat Georgia Tech 2-1 Six events bull-dogging, calf-
Conigliaro, a rookie with the : Wcsttra l
outstanding
Boston Red Sox who may be had'finished his :Second qualifying player last junior week college by the Griffith Now Friday in its only SEC game of roping, bull riding, bronc .riding Tulane Divisionw L 0 1.000 Pet.t .I

compiling one of the oddest hit round. The accident occurred Gainesville Club the week.,The Gators' Saturday: girls' barrel racing and Alabama 1 1 .JOO
at, the same spot where Tipoff with Tech rained out. ribbon featured. Miss. Staff S e .500
was roping, are
records
game
ting ever produced.
University of Florida is Mississippi I 0 .000 CAB
his car had spun out of 'controlon In BusinessATLANTA Vanderbilt, lodged in the east There will be $300 added mon- tU e 2 .000 j

Pinch Homer the:first qualifying round. one of the many major universities cellar with a 0-5 mark, lost a ey. Contestants are from all I

Horton connected for a pinch- He suffered a compound fracture trying, to recruit Robbins : (AP) Former chance to win its first game parts of the U. S. Many area Jim Grabowski of Illinois and I! Across From Station GreyhoundBus :

hit homer in the ninth inning:of, .of the left forearm, bruisesof i for his final two- years Georgia football coach John- when its Saturday clash with cowboys will ride. Mel Anthony of Michigan scored j S.W 4th Avenue: '

the Tigers' 2.1 triumph over the the, right_shoulder and hand, I of eligibility. ny Griffith made it official to- Kentucky was rained out. The Topnotch bull fighters and three touchdowns each in Big 3723376DAY

Chicago White Sox in the opener' a cut right forehead and a.con Dan Goolsby of Ashville- day. He's in the insurance busi- Commodores are ().6 over-all. colorful rodeo clowns will be Ten games last ,season. Gra- Call

of a doubleheader, then homeredin cussion. Biltmore College, who playedhis ness now.Griffith. Tulane beat Notre Dame 5-0 on hand to amuse the crowd bowski got his against Purdue,I or NIGHT i

the third inning of Detroit's Branson, Jim Hurtubise, of high school ball at Apop- accepted a positionas in the first game of a nonconference and protect the riders' from the Anthony against Iowa. I_ _

3-0 nightcap victor}'. Horton now North 'ToribVahda, N.Y., and ka, was chosen to the second an associate member of Mas- doubleheader Saturday, but wild-bulls. I --

hasTtve homers. Bob Harkey, of Indianapolis, all team. sachusetts Mutual's Atlanta office the second game was called at One of the many girls: enfered -l!

Gotay collected two homers were injured when they were putting an end ,to an ath the end 'of seven because of will be crowned rodeo I'

and- 10 singles for five runs hit by flying dirt during the California letic career that began at old darkness with the score tied 3-3. queen and will rule over all the' TOMORROWLAS

battedvin, as the Pirates wallop -(afternoon's program. Boys High School here in pre- In other non conference festivities including a parade -

Philadelphia 13-4 while Branson suffered a compound Team Third World War n days. games, Mississippi beat Illinois that will take place on St. -'I

Harkness broke a hitless string fracture of the right forearm "I thought about doing a lot I Wesleyan 5-1, Mississippi State Johns' Ave. at 2:30 p.m. April, ... .

that had extended to 16 at-bats and was hospitalized along with In ABC Meet of things," Griffith said, "andI defeated Northeast Louisiana 4, and a dance at the Local 641 !

by slamming a homer, double McCluskey. Both were reportedin guess I decided on insurance: 4-1 and Carson-Newman upended Union Hall on Highway 17, a;:

and single in the Mets' 8-3 belt- satisfactory condition today. OAKLAND, Calif. (AP)- The ,partly because it's so much like: Tennessee 6-2. mile north of Palatka, April 3,

ing of Washington. Hurtubise and Harkey suffered Belaire Merchants team from I recruiting." I The only conference game to- at 9 p.m. I!

Conigliaro led the Red Sox to bruises and cut ejes. Napa, Calif., broke the Easter I It was largely Griffith's recruiting j

a 6-4, 13-inning victory over the I week scoring drought at the which brought together i

Los Angeles Angeles with a RegaliaLaurels American Bowling Congress I the 1959 Georgia team whichtwon I :I

homer, two triples and a dou- tournament: Sunday night with a t the Southeastern Conference BAD BRAKES? I
ear-old outfieldernow and then
ble. The championship
19-j .
i iI i 3013 series for third place in the ; '
has collected 15 hits-13 for the Orange BowL I I
regular division title
extra bases. His batting averageis Shared race. Two years later Griffith took
Only a rash of in the
splits
.288; his slugging average I over as coach when Wallace: II
final two
frames kept the Bel-
.750. I ST. PETERSBURG (AP) Butts resigned. Griffith resigned I
aire Club! from grabbing the a .
In other games, St. Louiswised Harvard St. Johns River Junior team lead from the all-coast last December to make I DAY
Milwaukee 6-5 in 11 in-I College and Brown took honors way for present coach Vince I
Vancouver Club of
niqgS Kansas City defeated Sunday over 13' other colleges Seattle, pace- Dooley. 1
Houston 2.1, the Chicago Cubs and universities participating in setter since March 1 with a 3055 Griffith turned down an offerto

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oujslugged San Francisco 11.7, the Intercollegiate Invitational outing. remain at Georgia as an in- i \
The 3013 series, on games of structor in the physical educa- i ..
Regatta.
Baltimore nipped the Colts' B( file for
team 2-1 and",Cle\'eland downed! Harvard scored 45 points for 998-1018-997, was the first regular tion department. I I to

the.Angeles' B squad 76. first place in the Fish class.i division score over-3000 since

Florida State University and' the Dunes Heating Club of Gary, !
t HIALEAH, Fla. CAP). Iron-: HOMESTEADEXEMPTION
-. Yesterdays Results Florida were second at 44 points I I Ind. made a run for the lead on \s.
Ne" York (A) 4, Cincinnati 4Baiflmore followed by Tulane 35, St. Petersburg -! a 3053 total on March 10. shire, a 3yea.rold.home bred a I
2. Houston "B1 filly'owned by Logan Grier of aS
K mas., Ci'y'3sV'Houston "A" 1 Junior College 34, Florida ti i
Minnesota 3. Los Angel (Nl 1 I! Milford, Del., is being regardedas S
St ftMl*' '. Milwaukee s. -11 bvxngs Presbyterian 23.and Georgia Emerson ,Special. !
Roy miracle horse
a
1
NW York (N) Washington 3 19. : '
Pittsburgh IX PhiladelphU 4Ch.cago When she won the Mimosa 5 i
; (N) 11. San Francisco 7 Brown won the Flying Juniors J I BRAKES \i
Detroit 23. Chicago V4. second game Tops Santana Stakes here this winter it was
with 62 points,, followed by St. 149-
7 innings
Boston ... Los Angeles (A) MA4. ,Petersburg Junior College 61, revealed that her chances of -.I RELINED ; .
13 inningsClev.land MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (AP)- ever getting to the races were You can SAVE to $250
7. Los Angeles A" ;Holy Cross 54, Michigan State H : up "
Roy Emerson of Australia ex- exceedingly slim. When foaled with Bonded LiningsFord
Tomorrows Games ISO Dartmouth 39 M.I.T. 38.8
,
Cincinnati water. Fla.vs. x-Philadelphia at Clear Cornell 38, Tulane 35, Florida 29 hibited a powerful service and she had corpuscle deficiencyand Cher.;.Plyra....Rambler If You File Before April 1st.
Houston vs. Los Angeles (N) at Cocoa,, and accurate ground strokes in de- was in a coma. A groom
Georgia 16
We. kept her alive by forcing hot
Milwaukee vs. Detroit at Lakeland Bill Mains,.20,.of,Jacksonville feating Manuel Santana of Spain THE See Your Tax Assessor
FJa. Sunday ,for the Good Neighbor coffee down her throat County
few York (N) vs. Pittsburgh at St. won the individual trophy for
Petersburg. Fia highlpoJhU; nd ltd his St.Johns Tennis Tournament title, *
tt_ Louts vs. Chicago (A) at SarasotrFla.
-t:,Rive?Junior-tSfllege team from' "Emerson,. who has riot lost a 1 Earl C. Ma1,
Chicago (N) vs. Cleveland at Mesa GAS WELL
tch'in
Ariz. I 11 Palatka. Fla., to victory in the singles m the Good J.. PIERCE SMITH

Washington. vs. Baltimore at MiMnt.Fla. ,, Tech Dinghies competition. St. Neighbor since 1960, fought off: Representing _. ...R, .

Mew York ,(A) vs. Kansas City at, Johns bad 42 points, followed by a Santana rally in the first set,. The Mu Bradenton Fla. ; SeeMly -
Philadelphia 'vs. Minnesota at Or, Florida 33,.Florida Presbyterian then assumed command for the :, "
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.Undo.. Philadelphia Fla. Mloa divided squat 133 I ,Purdue 33 and Rollins..11.I match, 13, (4. t-2. 1 t '-< <

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; $Asuut.YlrEREAREm PHOENIX Ariz. (AP) Rico, defeated Dennis Ralston Miss Albert, of San Francisco! more experienced opponent..

76ers t one G tvpg TYPES PEVPIOP&Of WET tilREEH INMOI&1URE Charles. Pasarell, ,the, fiery $-3, 364 Sunday ,to win beat veteran'' Mimi Arnold of >Miss"*' Albert teamed wife

FAR1.Y S'PRIN6: WHEN 9HE young Latin with the big game, his second straight Thunderbird Santa Barbara, Calif., 6s5, Southern California's Bill Bond
GO&9 AU.THE has served notice he may be Tennis Tournament.
y WAY THROUGH THE 6R 69 for the women's title. Janie, for a 6-3, 2-6, 7-S victory over
ready for tennis stardom.
, By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS !last of their fivegame'series.. 4 r., AMP TV4I&INTO 5UWMS 1116 cRCUNP.; PUTT, The hard-hitting UCLA student Pasarell, ranked 10th nationally daughter of former pro football Julie Heldman of San Franciscoand

I /'1. think Boston will 'take it." The survivor plays San Fran- If CONSlPERA8IYANP: REQuR5.z from San Juan Puerto dominated play with a star Frankie Albert, scored repeatedly Ian. Crookenden of &yr
I 'Cincinnati ,had j just knocked cisco. A "' < -rItAT THE RAM.WIU.NOT
his .club .out, of the National Lucas was sub-par in the Phil- CP6AKAS MUCH Ad UNPEJ ground. strokes that constantly
, Basketball Association playoffs adelphia series, although the N0KMA1 CONPrOCNS EMA0U5OU kept the second-ranked: Ralstonon

), but Philadelphia 76ers Coach rookie star.pulled down 11 rebounds > 114 TO?,JW HOLD MORB. KXPiyAT Rodriguez, the defense. at CLARKE'S: .

JoIPh'Schayes saw nothing but and scored 15 points Tin playing 'much better .

'trouble. ahead for the Royals.. Sunday. He reinjured his backa \ Smith Await than ever before," said Pasa THINK QOODYEARS COST MORE "

.'If Jerry Lueas' back,doesn't week_ago and has been playing a.I rell. "I thought Ralston played

. t come around it should be Boston part-time since. well against me but I still han TRY THIS BIG BUY! 4,
in five or 'six games," Schayes "I'm getting a little better," Friday Bout dled him. I'm looking forward to to.

I ;j skid.- I he said after the game. "I stillcan't a good year." NYLON'AIIWeatherN42M ". .
i earned shot at -nli 0NER .TYPE 00cLRS Famous .
.Cincinnati a ; jump as well as I should:
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Pasarell
has
reason to be
lATgR WHEW 1UE COURSE op
. the formidable Celtics by outgunning But in a couple of days I hope f I.t
FIRM-AFTER A fMCXt RAIN Luis Rodriguez, a familiar face timistic. Among his other tourney
I Philadelphia 130-124 1 to'be ready." Cincy Coach Jack THAT w4qor-QQp Wars 6URFAC"CHLY.K&AUY 'IS to television boxing fans,'win be victims was Chuck McKin- }k 1 with TUFSYN );
night in the decisive otherwise
, Sunday McMahon happy aft y4' .KEENS RENT I featured again Friday night ley, the nation's top ranked am ,.
Plne'of a best- f.five _series. er the Royals streaked by Phila- W'f UNP68XIEA1U. when he meets middleweight ateur. McKinley fen in straight
But back THOUGH THEY APPEAR TO 8. 3-T Nylon cord lives this tin
Lucas' aching
i may jhia on the strength of dead
.wlrestr
Jesse Smith of
mie euKFA&e P/WA/ wiu.purr Philadelphia at sets 7-5, 6-3, in Friday's quar : I.
th
cripple the Royals' board game ly second-half shooting, hopes so .Of' FF EG''rNE &&- Miami Beach in the television terfinals. r >*Bfth flan reoBomyliiM -
When they open a best-of-seven Flc.wn.y.-oNIY A'f'RIFLa. I tires And Tufyn .,
fight of the week.
Eastern'Division final set Tuesday -! too.The Royals hit' on seven of _._Iir6 Ralston and McKinley still gota is the touffaMt rubber

i in Boston. i iI' their first eight shots in the sec- r The busy welterweight contender share of the glory. The DaVis Goodyear hu ever used la ,

{ The pairings for the Western ond half and turned a 59-59 from Miami will be out Cup stars combined for a 10-8, _i1i S auto farts. 1
to run his victory .streak over 6-4 victory over Yale's.Gene
Division finals -wQl be deterhied deadlock into a 74-61 bulge.
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, heavier Luis NOW JUST '
to nine.
fighters Scott and
; :" tonight when Sl'Louis Robertson didn't miss on nine veteran Ham Richardson
r never has lost to a member of of Dallas W-
in men's doubles.
and Los Angeles. tangle in theIt's shots in the last 24 minutes. .awi.anrr.u --". the 160-pound division althoughhe $795
John Kerr led Philadelphiawith McKinley and Ralston'pleased :
usually spots the bigger boxers
I 31 points. the crowd with their hustling I s.n .u,nsct. .
from five to 10 pounds.It Tibe-Type. Pto,
Los Angeles came from 10 retrieves and scoring slams Tax and RKar
r Derby I It points down in the second half College MermenSet 'will Rodriguez' second which bounced out of the Phoe- WHiUwan only, |2M Mrt awe Tire ; -#

t '. 0 whip St. Louis 97-88 Saturdayand outing in two weeks against a nix Country Club center court WITH GOODYEAR'S NATION-WIDE ',
even the:Western series at middleweight. On March 20 he area.
Week Again outpointed Holly Mims at New NO-TIME-LIMIT GUARANTEE ,
i two victories apiece. MarksNEW York's Madison Square Garden. Janie Albert, who has been y
k / Many drubbing the nation's best junior ',.
Rodriguez is getting in fighting NO MONEY DOWN WITH RECAPPABLE TRADE-INS
k In Florida Baby Gators trim for his third title fight players the past couple of ..
with welterweight champion I years, showed she may be FREE MOUNTING EASY TERMS

'f I MIAMI (AP-This Is Florida Play Dykes HAVEN, Conn. (AP- fell Saturday, the other on Fri Emile Griffith of New York at ready to hold her own in thewomen's.

College swimmers have some day. Las June 12. ranks.Basketball .
t Derby week and the center of Vegas
:'I w sports ,activity in the Sunshine Florida's freshman baseball new records to thrash at-20 of Walt Richardson of Minnesotawon "I'm ready to fight any time SHELL \

State will be Gulfstream Park. team was to go for its seventh them. the 100-yard butterfly in my manager says" Luis said Coach Ray Mearsof CLARKE'S .

II I'' Featured event will be the win in 13 games today when it The\i records-three NCAA marks-tumbled Americanand 50.2 seconds to better his own I when told of the bout with the University of Tennessee i Tire Service I

13th running of the $100,000- met Dykes High School of At- 50.6 performance last year. Smith: "I'can beat any middle- team went to the Knoxville 1 _
the three NCAA
; lanta at 3 in .Iat during day r weight around today. In another school after 'recordas I
added Florida Derby at lye p.m. a game that Bob Bennett and Rich Mc- a winning .
.;I miles on Saturday, with such Harris Field.Tomorrow swimming ended Saturday championships night in the Geagh of Southern California year I'm going to"be the middle- coach of Wittenberg Collegein II S. MAIN ST. AT 4th AYE. PH. FR 6-6563

speedsters as.Northern Dancer, the UF yearlingswill Yale University pooL finished in twin times of 53.1 in weight champion. Springfield. Ohio. ,.
Roman Brother, the Scoundrel, play a return game with The team title went to South the 100-yard backstroke for another w: 1
Ky. Pioneer, Dandy 1C.,,'He'a A St. Johns River Junior Collegein ern California with 96 points. American mark. .... 1 14r:4 }
Gem, Saltville, Greek'' Episode, Palatka, starting at 7:45 ." ': ]
Favored Indiana finished five ;
The
judges said Bennett was ... .
Ishkoodah and other 3-year-olds at Azalea Park. I
p.m. -
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points behind. the winner but both swimmers .: ,
going for the big,money. Coach P. A. Lee plans to use Southern California's 19yearold received the credit of ,slicing ':., .!' ", .1


Before that, however, comes Danny Orr in one of the games Roy Sarri accounted for two-tenths of a second from the !.' ./3iJ'J '>:.t .'. p ftdk ..I. ..'," !
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I the $15,000 added Gulfstream with the other pitcher unde- three of the records the 1,650 old mark held by Charley Bit- .fJ/ .. it. : r.o, ,." ..
r Park Dinner Stakes, a five fur-, cided. yard freestyle, the 500-yard free- tick a Navy ensign. {"b. tJ :
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longs dash for 2-year-olds owned ... .. .>. ..\ ... to.. :W4
style and the 200-yard individual .:.. I, ..., ..._
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Florida Team Clark and Southern Callforum's .. h t .....
taxpayers of the state. Sarri's time of 16:49.5 in the 4 ,tc' _. .' tir :
Instead of receiving awards in 1.650 chopped more than a half Bill Craig won two -j : ;' r., '
events each. Clark took the 100- ,
Wins Event '
t. < vL ;pia'
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the winner's Australian
circle there will be minute from
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yard and 200 yard freestyles. 'A .A. ''' Vt ,
a dinner party Tuesday night NCAA mark of 17:24 .' '
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when, the owner, trainer and HOLLYWOOD, Fla. (AP) set last year. I His time'of 46.3 in the 100 was .... ., i .... .f. "-,,"'' -' I

Jockey of the winning horse will Jack Veghte of Clearwater, Two of the American records better than former Minnesotastar < zf, :, -
be honored. Fla., and Truman Connell of Steve Jackman's' markof : ,, .;: .

Jupiter, Fla., defeated Sid Salomon 46.5.
Wednesday's feature will be School 1=t : :" ,
of St. Louis and Labron High Craig won the 100-yard and '''II''iI
the $15,000 added
Suwannee : < : s ..: .
River. Handicap at fur. Harris of Stillwater, Okla., Sunday 200-yard breaststrokes. His performance ,"
seven : : .
I longs, for fillies and mares. in a sudden death playofffor Sports in the 100 in 59.9;bet ...- ;: tj .- .. -; _.
t- .
the men's international four- tered the 1:00.4 set by ChetJastremski r. i.l .i.
I In its short history, five Flor- CalendarTomorrow .f1 t":, .....'_
ida Derby winners have gone on ball golf championship.The of Indiana. + 4 H ; .
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I to win the big race In'Kentucky two teams tied with 19 : IW'f

six the Preakness and three the under par scores of 269 in the .' -- "
Belmont Stakes. regulation 72 hole tournament Softball Cedar Key at "
Bronson, Bell at Bronson I ULL.rez i t
Forced into a playoff Vegh k /
(double header). ; ; :
UF and Connell won on the fifth 4 .I'.
Sports hole with par.Defending Baseball Santa Fe at P. C0UATS SO CATlCTltit '>'tV" \.. ,_

champions John K. Yonge x tooMAM AS A DOUBLE. S S .... .' ,'' -:',' "
CalendarToday Track- P.. K. Yonge, San- .:2 HIM 1 ?--oo HER H as BAUD'S, j -.. "-". .' S 0 5 .oJ.
Guenther of Reading, Pa., and IF; .. ..
Branford F6RMER GIRL "
ta Fe at FP/BUDS. ,
Dick Siderowf of Westport, Baseball Lake City at '1:7::: ..11HIrv.r .
Conn., finished third with 270 on
Baseball-Mississippi State Starke 1
',Tennis-Duke the 6,631yard par 72 Orange 11'I ..... '
Brook Golf course. 1 Wednesday ..
4Tomorrow '1 ,
I Track-North Marion Marion w1l.IA '
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"Baseball-Mississippi State. Rain Rocks Co. meet at Ocala. f 4WNr a i
Tennis Amherst ,
.... .. Baseball Williston at Taylor [

Wednesday Slow Safari High of Pierson r ," '1'.

:Track-Navy,.Furman Track .- Levy Co. meet at r -

4 Thursday NAIROBI, Kenya (AP-Mon- Chiefland I

Golf Florida Intercollegiateat soon rains and rock-throwing Thursday .......
Cape Coral Africans plagued drivers Sunday -- .of \
Track Junior high meet at
as the East African Safari ;
Z.Frida'y: : neared its finish. P. K. Yonge A DOLLAR. ': .\
-Golf-Flo ida Intercollegiate Softball -River land Conference I
still buys hundred ,
The rains hampered the you one .t. I
TBaseball.:,:
at Auburn playoff at Hawthorne
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cents of .
of of the cars expert repairs at '
Tennis progress many
-Hope (Michigan)
our shop Our engine, ,iA 111 I
while the rock tossers injured Friday Ii
College three drivers. brake and transmission work i

":' Saturday I The incident within the Track P. K. Yonge relaysat ;will help your old car hong jS\/
UF 1
Golf -Florida around a few more ..
years.
Intercollegiate .
shadow :of 'Mount Kilimanjaro Starke in at .
tourney
Tennis I group .
Florida State
touched off an investigation by ,Jacksonville.,. t
SAVE HERE .
Baseball .
at Auburn .
Tanganyika police. Safari officials .
Track-Georgia Tech could not the injured Baseball Green Cove oa Rebuilt Generators, .',' '.. .....;
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._- ...- .. drivers but said one suf- Baseball -, Starke at Lake Water Pumps Clutch Discs .-. .i fl t' ',' .. ,

DEWSEAFIShING........ ., fered'an* eye'injury. ;;City and Pressure Plate ,' .' >I'" .:;: .. ':t : ::
As the cars reached Dar& Baseball- Jar Jackson at / :

Salaam.they were Jed by Peter ,GHS, (Harris Field) .
Hughes, a Nairobi motor dealer -a ..
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I FiromSteinhetchee, minutes. The leading American FR FAM AIRlIA1'i / e'a'r
Baseball P. K.
i Yonge vs. I '

Fla. entry was driven by Viscount GHS at Harris Field Slit can clip itand keep 'lt- } : ..g;
! Kim who had lost
Mandeville. Golf Starke in group ... '},.......
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''I i DEAR ABBY: I beg to inform you that the female parakeet his-,office when she's called. She claims, she wants nothing I I -

does not talk. Only the male can be taught to talk: It.is thei from him, and only calls to give him news and health reportson 1 I

I with canaries.. The female will with their This married.in good health, .
l .sUne. canary give out an daughter daughter is 24, TELL.ME V EVER HEAR THE AATHESOUTH CHICAGO MOB50 HE HE lNES'HER BEDTIME
oeeasional chirp but ,only the male will burst forth and is able to take of herself. I don't trust this "ex. i
; canary care ,, MOTHER./// ONE ABOUT MOE )[ WAS UMLOADlNr HOT FURS TOOt< HIS STORIES MOR E'N HE
t t I info song. If it will make you feel better, Abby, the female of What do you ,think she really wants? I am just about readyto STOPC/ZM V WHITE AND THE
I the feathered family is more beautiful. But let's be honest, let her have it (Right between the eyes!)But I don't think SEVEN WNAPFS'? / AN*NOT OJTTJM'MOELUKEY'S AN --- '
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OTHER WIFE
J' : -DEAR KNOWS: Is that so? The rooster does the crowing, JOHN'S !' pry sz
But she could use something '
DEAR WIFE: Hardly. probably '
:, but it's the, hen which lays the eggs.
t n between the ears. Your ,husband can't help, it if she ,. .
: calls him, but you might ask him, how often she ,calls.. If she, = I Ir
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| ABBY: I recently visited a young dentist who was
overdoes it, it is to HIM to straighten her out.
j recommended to me by ''a friend. When I got into the chair, up -< Je

It > rock and roll music started playing right in my ear. I am a
r CONFIDENTIAL TO -"DOUBLE A": Let L-year-old
6 ,your >
matron, 58, and I never listen to that kind of music at home as .. &
: son find his own job. You are protecting him from the same .
it*is nerve-racking. I enjoy soft, semiclassical.music. how- .
hard knocks that made a man out of .....
you. .
, # ever. I debated whether I should ask the dentist to shut if off S \ I 33

a but decided not to say anything. Then the dentist started
DEAR ABBY: My mother-in-law is a very outspoken per-
with the music
HUMMING along I didn't want to upset him
r son. When she invites my husband and me to her home for,din- ---. ,
while he was working on my teeth, so 1 kept silenL I wish
ner she asks us to leave the children home. She says too much ARE YE SHUX-rcOUlDNT TEE NEE --- I AIN7 GOT -. o
there were some to let him know I, back
way why never went
t "commotion" makes her nervous. Ours are 5, 7, 8 and 10, and GOIM' G01 N'. GO OFF AN'LEAVE .n,, HEE CJ TH' DADBURN
to him although he dentist.
was a good
PAW YOU, HONEY POT d
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they aren't any worse than anybody else's. She lets us bring == TO CAHFORNV. -' 4 r MONEY
i FAITHFUL, READER rC"t
\ them Sunday for when she has all her other MAW AN'WANTS/
I every supper
DEAR FAITHFUL? Let me help: Confidential to all dentists
ME TO TAG + I
there. There eleven in'all and I wonder why
grandchildren are ,
I who>> use music: Ask your patients if they want music and, if 1".. ALONG % r
the "commotion" doesn't make her then. I readyto
nervous am,
,
so, if they have a preference. P.s.: It's all right to whistle
husband if his mother doesn't children during
tell my want my -
while you work but don't hum. .. 00.
the week, she doesn't have to put up with them on Sundays,
either. Am I wrong?
DEAR ABBY: My husband has been divorced from his first ".

i. wife for twelve years, and married to me for ten. She has MENDELL'S WIFE ...

;never remarried. She still calls him on the phone, but; never DEAR WIFE: Yes, you are, wrong. Take the children to their ,
at.nliS' home, only at his office. I know this because I have been at grandmother's on Sundays and keep quiet. urrraL 3.50 }'

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I :: WASHINGTON It Is very: talking about are the cigar pushed around by airline stewardesses Not only were we sought aft ; ARCHER PULLING AS ONE:mm USED TOAXXI- WSJwHxnTn CAHMCT, BEHIND MASK Of ytt1 ASK tF TWO CAN AI3a "'ALL YOUNG ,rl

rare that a minority can win smokers of America, of whichwe held in contempt. by er as a cigar smoking teacher HAS SOU6Hi T OLD 6UDW I SEE YOUR 1KG.F4RAN EIYE / p EApLY TRYiNGTO GET
i a"Sattle: for freedom to be member. children EOUNSEI OF.HK Fes, ? tJtll AS ONE? STARTED IN THE THEWIMRS. ;
overnight. happen a and persecuted by but suddenly we were hi FRIEND JEC COUR5 CLEARCyj! mr BUT OU MUST 6E EASYt .WORTH.!
But ,we've seen it happen Up until recently cigar smokers -, our wives. demand socially. Hostesses hI AN ASPIRiN6 WORK WITH YOUR .. MEAN!

right here in the United! were treated as lepers. We Even the movies gave cigar -!would introduce us by saying,I t OVELIST .. SECRETLY ADOR D .EASY. -

States. The minority we're f were i insulted I by hostesses, smokers a bad image.. Only -'"I want you to meet Mr. Buch- GEORBE EXPEll1 t ;
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CAREER HtVERI films. But despite the perse- port came out." LI

AVIATE TRADES cution we cigar smokers stuckto People were immediately impressed

i ACROSS 25.-Removethe M I S G U R E E our guns or whatever' other and several asked for

r 1:Barge hat A3H ROP t NESS people called them. Many our autograph for their chil

5.Cite u a'26.. Hebrew SM FEH GAS times we had to choose be- dren.
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people Corona
f. fi Parent 27.Smell H O R R I B L E G e. R Puffing happily on a
14. Defeating 29.Skillful o V A SEA E R S Et we always chose cigars, be- we tried to act modestly. )

t i ovcrwhdm30..Acrid R E V E T STRATA cause they lasted longer and "It's really, nothing. I had a

ingly 31.Statue SNARE TRIPOD'' we enjoy them more.It feeling about 'cigarettes whenI SLOW trc FA.L .- ccLCMYON, astir MRS.' v-Dav7 o Tiy: WAA'rA WHfCFi YCU +SJ A'QTizt'A,1
Anent SEV"J CVTA w V BEEN N'T YEER lcN.Y CA1L ct'1 TNe Dlsig ss cAt L .
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metal pursued it for the pleasure it the neighborhood used to UoWT A1R- IMFs ENIT N REAL: s17N Tlus?, USET 7AP6 ts1 ,

17 ience%Astronaut'sword 35.!:Julttsu (Solution to' Sunday's Puzzle) gave us. If jou're going to smoke cigarettes behind the CRAFT? FiLM5! Yraa TO PRo'APPti.rACIIz !; W e' -

". 36. Repair 45.Cause to 5.Land meas have a vice, it might as well railroad tracks and I noted i f a- i A NaartAi".iSJw :

'- Ifc Collection 37.Word of detertowe'1ure be one that society doesn't approve -they started coughing. It occurred :0 8.1Sc'
li 3 aP. .tachoice 46. Bumper 6.Suspicion of. to me that there wasa rz
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25.Westward 41.It&l. magistrate 2. Gem carved 9.101 cigarettes was issued and all years old .I'started. smoking I r.1lI;
l .* In relief 10.Obligate of a so d'd en'cigar smokers cigars.**

23.Hoist .44.Annealing 3.Leave out 13. Frocks were, in, and cigarette smokerswere .The best ,part of being a' cigar I

24.Presage oven 4. Existed 20.15.:Light cra& out Cigar smoking, theS. smoker,is, that women 'are :>

Away G.; report said, had little effect now smoking. cigars and
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Monday, March 30, 1964 Gainesville Sun ,l1

IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTt ---._ --- -- -
I "' r 12 ,Male Hals Woated -
There.q .
JUDGE; ALACHUA COUNTY FLORIDA T -S
,, IN PROBATE. .r .
Daytoria oes .
I In IN RE Estate of,
People Is '<; & :"' SALESMEN needed-2 peed men for
ceased.Alberta M. wiiiinghanv deceased .: .., -- .... .. .beverage route age 25-50. Salary WANT-AD RATES
plus commission. Write P. O. Box ,
To All Creditors and Persons Having 322. Gainesville. <
Claims or .Demand Against! Said Es- ,No "
f II TheNews Back to NormalDAYTONA tate: ROUTE ma a for established PH. 372-841

You and each: of you are Hereby notified ;; route. 21 te 2S.yrs. Mast
and required to present any claims Time. be married. Apply 1847 S.,Main. t" To?
and demands which you, or either of American Bakery Co. 3 *S .. .' t S
NEW DELHI (AP) Prime: you. may have against the estate of r S sClassified .
Minister Nehru told cheering BEACH (AP) reinforcements.Police ALBERTA M. WILLING HAM, deceaSed. Like It.' CAREER opportunity with national OnlyDEADLINES
organization. Young man
late of said County to the Judgeof
County
Parliament today he 1-* Many of the estimated 75,000 Chief A. 0. Folsom Jr. Alachua County. Florida. at his of- 21 to 35. Ambitious and- willing
raR students that fica In ,the court house of said Countyat They: to work. Salary and commlaalon. -
this said
ered "a great deal" from his 'b" packed 1,400 students have been Gainesville Alachua County. Florida Stock purchase plan, 'for

resort city on their annual Easter arrested since the invasion be- within six calendar months from the permanent employees. C o m- S
recent illness.
time of first Present '. (:,. pany car and toads furnished. Tues. thru Day before
the publication of this no Fr
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; "Although it .is dafSsili for vacation started moving gan, an average of about 100 a tice. Each claim or demand shall be fits.Retirement No experience and group bene. For 1 S -12:00 ejn.J

north today, leaving some be- day mostly on drinking charges.: In writing, and shall state the place of train you. Opportunity required.We for For ads te 1 In M paper 1 p Sat.
me to talk in categorical terms, residence and post office address of the to S
advancement the
I am perfectly fit," he said. hind to face police charges. However, there were no incidents claimant and shall be sworn-to by the t Apply Singer.to Ce, 216 right w. .Univ.man. 'CMtnhnum .4 lines)

-. City police, working 12 hour resembling the riots and claimant his agent his attorney and Get ._ : Ave. ..
t The prime minister, 74, suf. any such claim or demand not so filed FAMILY RATES
shifts seven days week since shall, be void. ROUTE man wanted Eelbeck Mill-
a mass arrests that occurred at
fered a mild stroke Jan. 7. i S W. Joseph WRtlngham' As administrator Ine Ca. Call 376-4138. 1 Insertion ...............:................... :
the students started arriving two Fort Lauderdale in 1961. of the Estate of :.that :,_ '_" WANTED middle S Insertions .............................. S l
.. weeks had to call for ALBERTA M. WILUNGHAM man. Mechanically young or inclined-aged to 4 Insertions ....... ...................................... We line
ago, state Police in Fort Lauderdale said deceased BETTER .' .maintain fleet of golf carts, 12 Insertions ....... ....................... I4c line ..
LONDON (AP) Lord Nor- hipvfey patrol reinforcements the 6,000 college students there Lazonby, Del Graham, WIHcox S S also cart for members dubs. To charge aP by, mvttlpfytng total tines x rate earn .

-{-manbrook, secretary of the Sunday to quell a blanket tossing were "very quiet. &P. Barber O. BOX 123 CAR! Can for IntervIew.SPORTS BUI Etharidga. FR 2-061 e number 0 ii ,

\British Cabinet for Gainesville. Florida
15 is part .
'years, First publication March 23. '"... CAR enthusiast for full
.regarded as the probable All undetermined number of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE (3186) 3:23. 30; 4:6. 13 time sales work on B.M.C. line 5 par
fl EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN ANC -- ., sedans and sports cars. Call FI lt w l .

I choice for ,chairman of the students were arrested on dis IN CHANCERY. Legal Notice M. A. Baldwin 3-2583. A

r state-sponsored British Broad orderly charges when failedto DOYLE 11887- Alachoa"The Board of Public Instruction of WANT retired or semi .. retired Lame as 2 l
: they ARCHIE LINDERMAN. County Florida will receive man. licensed driver for errands .- 8 Pt. ordinary tip.S

casting Corp.Nonnanbrook. move on quickly enough to Plaintiff bids for the following: Teacher's role etc. Reply Monday, mornIng -
vs. DIVORCE: and plan books. Science supplies combination Call 3764315. 12P SameasIllinsa _
who retired in suit officers. JOHNNIE BROWN LINDERMAN padlocks Tractor-mower Re- S ordinary type
S Defendant tubing of boiler. Buffer and Floor Po- CLASSIFIEDDial ONE of the largest Insurance companies .
t .19$2, ,served both Labor and The disturbance resulted whena NOTICE TO DEFEND Usher, Machine shop tools. Mimeograph bi the country has a position as 4 .
Conservative small blanket TO JOHNNIE BROWN LINDERMAN I machines. open for man between ago 18 Pt. ,= -
f governments as tossing party, Rout. X Box 153Weeverville Sealed bids will be opened at the School 21 to 38. Unlimited future. Startat -

Cabinet secretary., where someone preferably a North Carolina Board Meeting April *, 1964 at 3:00 SM per week. After first 2 ,.
YOU ARE HEREBY notified, pjn. Persons Interested obtain weeks $100 and better. Call
that a I may a
: -The""new BBC chairman 'will girl -.is tossed high in the air Complaint has been filed against you, copy of "Call for BidSand further 373171 for appt 24 Di. Samias5flL.

from blanket In the above-styled Court wherein the Information on these Items from E. D. ordinary type
take in July. a held .
over ,
: by several
Plaintiff seeks a divorce and you are Manning. Jr., Superintendent of Public I J-Help Male or Female
I boys, got out of hand. required to serve a copy of your Answer Instruction, 1817 East University Avenue '.
or other pleading to the Complainton Gainesville, Florida.
: A witness said the party attracted the Plaintiffs attorney WILLIAM (3"' ) 3:30 376-4672 Cashfer-flostMs Exp secretaries, ,attractive salary open The Galnetvnie Sun win n be responsible for more than -

.P lUS. (AP) -' Paul Key 'students and down N. LONG. at P. O. Box 506 Gainesville, White houseneeper $25 ,wk. tisement Incorrect irti n be lib for any e fei o ..
up
naud former premier of Florida, and file the original Answeror IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, Bookkeeper, salary open grelt extent than cost 0 space sect
the, beach and police started pleading In the office of the Clerk ptthe Iii AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY Exp. Waitress salary .* comm. Pled by the the advertisement. aJustinn

t France, says President Charles moving into Circuit Court of Alachua County, FLORIDA.. Exp. mechanics the Iiertnnrlr; ; t d l materially effect the value wil
disperse the crowd. Florida, on or before the 23rd day .ot In Re: Estate ofWILLIAM Store trainee M sent. pred.
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d $anlle. "refuses to build a Some of the students the wit April, A. O. 1T64. Gainesville' Florida. J. C1NSKIS' Off. trainee, M schL orad,
united at a-time when : If you fall to do so, a Decree Pro Confessor Deceased. Tree; surgeon foreman, 82 hr.
Europe ness said, suggested offering a will be taken against you for the. NOTICE,OF FILING PETITION FOR Auto salesman, Exp. T Ga1DI Sun reserves the privIlege ftf revising or I
everywhere in the world were relief demanded In the Complaint. FINAL, DISCHARGE OF Short order grin man ll ale which I d Objictional
police officer a "toss or two." DONE AND ORDERED at Galnes- ADMINISTRATOR Announctments Insurance trainee 8100 wk. a the dttl o a ha from e ,

,witnessing big concentrationsjn.the They surrounded a patrol car : villa, Florida this 11th day of March, TO ALL" S WHOM IT MAY ,CONCERN- : Route salesman Levy Co. der conf pl the =. ..0T
economic and A. D. 1964. Notice Is hereby given that I have CONNELL EMPLOY. AGY.
political chanting: "We want a cop. We 'J.I B. CARMICHAELClerk filed my final returns a* Administratorof 3 LOST 6' FOUND 120 SE 1st Ave.

I of the above-styled Court the estate of WILLIAM J. CINSKIS Phone 3764234 .-.-- I't T T
fields'j
-.. want a cop. The witness said By: Emily Waterhouse deceased that I have filed my Petitionfor LOST SIAMESE CAT light dark

'In 'Tew1ok; titled "The it was then that police called for (SEAL) Deputy Cleric Final Discharge and that I will tail heartbroken.A ears Call female.PInIwood Child SODA for evening fountain shin.man Apply or College woman 35 Houses for Sate 35 Houses for SaIa l .
apply to the Honorable H. H. McDonald,
Inn. 1721 W. ,Univ. Ave. No
: (31..) 3:23, 30; 4:6. 13 County Judge of ,Alachua County Florida Nursery School or 2224 NE ,tit
of GauHism
Foreigo Policy _Terr. phone calls. BY THE OWNER In iyliwIHoj
said De Gaulle had NOTICE OF PUBUC HEARING on the 27th dey of April 1964 for 8170 PER HR. Servicing Fuller IDYLWILO. 113 3 BR, 2 bam, BR, CCB tile bam,
Reynaud ; approval of the same and for final discharge hs
NOTICE Is that public fenced dbL h
hereby given a 4 Ily
Easter Personalized Services Brvsh Customers. Part time b yad crprt. room S7MOM
/ as Administrator of the estateof CII
suggested a federation of Eu- Skiing hearing will be held by the Florida WILLIAM J. CINSKIS deceased. openings In Archer, Wllliston fo 5:30 P.M. .t.
I Milk Commission for each and all of St. FR 3
March 20, 1964 Ercell L. Lindsey. Administrator LEARN TO DRIVEl i 1- McIntosh & Cttra. 3727117 or ater pm
he
rope when was out of office the Milk Marketing Areas In Florida Special 530 NW 57th St., Gainesville. OPEN HOUSE Sunday Apr. 1'.
For of the estateof tention to
KennedysSTOWE now under Its supervision and regulation nervous or elderly. NEED SPACE? 3 br home, Cherokee It
but now wants nothing but WILLIAM J. CINS Easy Way Driving SchooL m deslf engineered -
at the Robert Meyer Hotel Jacksonville FR FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES. INC plenty of storage qi neigh
"simple cooperation.". Florida, on April 3, 1964 relave KIS deceased 2-7002. Lie by State of Fla. has opening for qualified Real b 2626 NW 2 Ave. Homis Divii 2100 t. Co.

Vt. (AP-The adult to the following matters: Ercell L. Lindsey IN GAINESVILLE ITS Estate Broker or Salesman. Call P 2.2.HAEL BR 2 bt. condT brick
I I Consideration of and the advisability J. EMORY CROSSAttorney GDI'S or Contact Mrs. Grace S. For- Veneer, garage.
Reynaud 86 accused De Kennedys went home but left a of any change or changes In the at Law 116 Central PHARMACY Plaza dyce, 924 West University Avenue HEIGHTS 36th Dr. Aladlua H 11 In N
' Gaulle 'stoPPng lowing( orders for any or all marketing 10* North 'Main Street ,(next to Wlm-Dlxle) 376-123 or MA 9-5885._ Phone 3 .
of the march of the Gainesville, Florida
: group young fry at this areas under the Jurisdiction of the For prescriptions & cosmetics r and J
'r 1oward European UDlty, 'weak- ski resort today ready for Florida Milk Commission: Attorney for, Administrator I.D.L. DRUGSTORE 16-Work Wanted ,...... room, 2-bath CCB homes J. W.
(1) Base Orders 3189) 3:23 30; 4:6. 13 built-in electric stove and oven. ;

""ening the Atlantic Alliance, more fun on the slopes. (2) Allocation Procedures Centra heat city utilities.
snowy IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY 6 SPfcCIAL NOTIcES EXPERIENCED Medical Technl. for television and tele

breaking! France's traditional ,The family plane, Caroline, distributors(3) Prices and to be producer paid .producers distributors by JUDGE, ALACHUA COUNTY FLORIDA .clan desires position with private phone. Large yards completely Ki
IN PROBATE.IN practicing doctor or laoo- Hazel Is In
ties with the United States and took off Sunday night from Burlington (4) The Fair Trade Practices Order RE, Estate of DRIVER Chicago wanted to drive couple to ratory. Phone 62741. Gras Heights Equipped rkpatrict
(5) School Milk Order known or Minneapolis April 1st. cty lmit "
ED HINES also as EDDIE
Great Britain, and sacrificing Airport with' Mrs. John (6) Territorial Limits of marketing Hines and EDO HINES; Deceased. Wm. Well FR 2-7440. 1214 SW TYPING wanted to do In my low ln cI to bus conventional EtaTntv of.
2nd
.France place at the head of F. Kennedy Atty. Gen. RobertF. areas To All Creditors and Persons Having Ave., Apt. 25._ home. Please cell 3721669. d ln payent.on Nor room home In Immaculate
(7) Consideration.of all current emer- Claims or Demands Against Said, Estate DUE to divorce I have a new 3th .. West 'of C1 with 1JH acres. 822.-
the Common Market. Kennedy and his wife, Ethel; gency orders : : 144 model ZIg Zag automatic 18 Schools Instructions w. SI by appointment owners will carry
(I) Consideration of the feasibilityand You and each of you are hereby notified sewing machine that .does every phone 2- mortgage.
'. Sen., Edward M, Kennedy, D- advisability of the adoption of a and required to present any claims thing. We would like someone ONLY $15.00000 for this lovely
.' Mass. and his wife Joan arketwlde Producer Equalization Pool and demands which you, or either of to take up payments of 85 REAL ESTATE FOR Sale or trade. New 4 BR. three bedroom, two beth home
: Poor HarvestJAKARTA and Order for a given marketing area, more, you may have against the estate ofED per mo. Ph. 376-1075. home located In Westmoreland I the NW section. Large,fem>
Eunice Shriver wife of the than one area or all areas under the HINES, deceased late of said EXAMCOURSE Estates. o d sr paved ly and
urlsdiction of the Florida Milk Commission County. to the County Judge of Alachua I WILL not be responsible for St 2 Ig. -. familyRm. Itre'b."tlf l some
Peace Corps director, Sargent ; and to review I a -proposed order -County Florida,' at his office In the any debts Incurred by anyone ATTEND FIRST LESSON 8> living Rm dining area. pvI .
,(AP) Indonesia Shriver. submitted I by the Committee appointed court house of said County at Gainesville date.other than myself after wW: FREE HOWELL'S BUSINESS Central ht kitchen In LAKE ROSA fltur .,,iHrfd-

expects to harvest only. 9.5 million to make a study a survey end a Florida with six calendar Seldenstucker March 27, 164. COLLEGE 218 W. Univ. Ave. FR eluding disasr. 2 courtyards .m masonry, three b
had da reol.o.th Commission Inconnection i months from the tIm *of the first. publICation "' 6-3507 372-3727. walk dO to year round lake
They Easter
tons of rice this year due spent a long of this notice.' Each claim or U of P 81 medical cter reduCe to 818,00000 now
weekend skiing on Mt. Mans (9) Determination of the time .when demand- shall be In writing and shall 8 II:', Sitter, Child' Cart LEARN EARN Down payment and for
to a long drought-short of its any order, change,' of changes' In lIsaorders tate the place of residence and post Secretarial courses speedwrltlng 170 Dv,7 '. opn.r.ld yr
10.25 million field. entered by the Commission asa office address of :the claimant, and TINY TOT shorthand Classes now tormina. 1027 NW 4 ocn. HAVE SEN RIDGEWOODf
originally anticipated result of such hearing and Investlgaon shall be sworn to by the claimant his Howelfs Bulness College 218 W. Brottl.r Dr. This beauif new subdivision

tons, the official Antara It was the former FirstLady's effective.by the Commission. are to become agent. or attorney and any such claimor PLAY SCHOOL Untv Ave. niht. m-S _36_____ lust .N West School
demand not so flied shall be void. Im-
I news. agency reported Sunday i .first try at the winter I (10) Consideration and determination Cerra hauls, As administratrix Visit us and see. for yourself. 22 Special Service' GLADYS SMITH proved I"y, reasonableprices. .

sport, although she is an adept of all matters relating to the foregoing of the Estate of ED 24 SE 8th St. FR 6-7808. .
that. In the Commission's .
Judgment HINES deceased Newberry Quality home
TIKE NEW" That's what
yoVtl
water skier. should be considered PLANNED program awaits RH .J. W. *
and determined.ALL First publication March 23 1964. your say about clothes cleaned at complete detail. Excellent KIRKPATRICK
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT parties Interested, and the public 3182) 3:23, 30; 4%, 13 pre-echool youngster at JACK AIR-WAY DRY CLEANERS 2 cltrl Large tot with RealtorS .*
UNDER THE PROVISIONS OF CHAP- It was the first time on skis, are Invited to attend and present such & JILL NURSERY SCHOOL. hr. service free pickup and many shrubs. Three Mftnber, cf Multiple Listing

TER SECTION II OF THE CODE OF too for her children Caroline relevant evidence and testimony asmay NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Music programs educational delivery" ) AIRWAY costs' less bedrooms, t tile baths. Extra 11 N. .Main. St Phone, 3734404
THE CITY OF GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA be desired. PARTIES WHO DE- REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME film-strtps. 7:455:16Mon..Frtg 30? S.E, 14th St FR 5.5165. 'large Room. Carpeted ASSO.TESz
THE FOLLOWING ABANDONED 6, and, John F. Kennedy Jr. SIRE'TO BE HEARD"ARE 'REQUESTED Pursuant to Section 865 W, Florida 1331 3W. 13th ARTICLES WILL BE OFFERED FOR TO FILE NOTICE OF INTENTIONOF Statutes, notice Is hereby given that built-bi kitchen. Hardwood Capt. A. W. Re. USN.
.- SALE AND SOLD TO _THE HIGHEST They remained with a numberof APPEARING IN ADVANCE! OF the undersigned Chester M. Paulson, DAY NW care for children In my home.. 23 Horn ImpreveeMtrtf floors. 2V*". well. The Owner has ''tis
BIDDER FOR CASH AT 12:00 NOON, and Shriversin THE HEARING WITH F. B. LEVER. doing business under the firm name of section. Allday or H day. reduce the price and wants to 'N 25th St. Near campus.* 3
S THE THIRTY-FIRST DAY OF MARCH young Kennedys TTE. ACTING ADMINISTRATOR alnesville Upholstery & Repair Galneslie. Big yard playground equipment. THINKING OF. PAINTING? Call 3725393 to.an ap den central heaL. 8450
i, A.D.. 164 AT THE CITY_ POICE DE- the care of some family em FLORIDA MILK COMMISSION. 725 ( Alachua County Florida Intendsto FR 2- 741._ us for an i estimate on Aluminum plntmt to see this fine bar down P m to FHA qualified
PARTMENT 721 NORTHWEST SIXTH FLORIDA MILK I COMMISSIONBy register said fictitious name under LADY desires baby-sitting in her siding. End painting worries I home. Buer. 3716.

STREET. GAINESVILLE FLORIDA. ployes.IN J. C. Pinkerton the provisions of the aforesaid Statute home from noon to 10 p.m.. forever. 3761131'or'S 372748. .
I BICYLCES: Chairman i Dated at GainesvIlle Florida thl} Reasonable rates call FR 5- Black .c Contemporary h : PARRISHPRESENTS
(child's), Murray, red, THE CIRCUIT: COURT FOURTEENTH (3197) 330 31 Slit. day of March, A.D.. 1964. 6-0607. _- EMRAYS *.+ built t Excellent In ,
I t ":'iart.no.B 91424 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE S -Chester M. Paulson tails. Easy to heat and cool

\ No. 2," 8oY'...- Schwton blue serial poJ62I04 :STATE I BAY COUNTY.OP FLORIDA IN .AND S FOR -- INVITATION SURPLUS PROPERTY"TO BID 3141) 3:" 16.. 23,.. 30 .',*.! %* !4.i WILL my home keep 'foo pro-school Working child mother.in 27 Fee 6' Fertilizer Large overlooking living area a ,.with secloded fireplaceand garden /

In accordance with Chapter 27307 Fla. 2>1* N. E. 13th St.' Ph. 3764818. ,. Beautiful
.No. .3. Boy'.. Western Flyer red, and I NELLIE MANDEL. i NOTICE OF INTENTION TOREGISTER kitch,1wltbbreakfast
white serial no. 71204 Plaintiff, Statutes The Sunland Training CenterGainesville FICTITIOUS I NAME REUABLE sitter wishes DAIRY FERTILIZER 88.00 r 'hrf
to
cart per
No. 4. Boy's Dunelt. black serial no. .VI. at Is soliciting. bids on alist Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida S for Infants or small children In i 81.25 per bag. Phohe '3742t Irv. br .tU baths.
645754 1 PAT J. MANDEL of Surplus Property. The list Includes Statutes. notice Is hereby given that her horns Reasonable, call FR Iss fiancing.Let ce MASON MANOR Just lilted

, No. 5. Boy's, no name' black serial Defendant. Beds: the undersigned, JULIAN N. MURRAY 6-387._ ti FH v y very neat 4 br t bath
K2077 NOTICE OF LIEN doing business under the firm name h today .
no. Livestock 6' Supplies Cen
No. 6. Boys, no name black serial no FORECLOSURE SALE Chairs Greater Gainesville Guide 1511 NW 6th WILL care for children In my 372-533 f I apntr.GY 'tl h.hat Lrv. lii conditioning.
47357 NOTICE Is hereby given that In accordance Photography Equipment St.. Gainesville Alachua County, FlorIda home five days t week.. II per f old saddle ,lot with lovely fenced
year horse and brI- auulf
Laundry Equipment week. 311 SE 48th SI
No.7. Boys. Norman red. serial no.I I with Order and Decree hereofore Intends to register said fictitious dle For children. 3125. Phone SI'RETOR yard. A perfect house
( f2240 1 entered In the Circuit Court of Kitchen Equipment name under the provisions of the aforesaid CHILD or Infant care $10 week 485-2311 Broofcer growing family. Convent
No. .. Boys, J. C Higgins red serial :the Fourteenth Judicial Circuit of the Cans Milk Statue. ly. Can pick up and deliver. ASSOCIATES: : Elementary and Ju n I e r
no. 182661 State of Florida In and for Be,. County, MiscellaneousBidding Dated at Gainesville, Florida this. _Phone_ 376-1961. SUPPLIES Ben Griffin Dan Sheldon Schools.
30 PETS &
No. t. Boys, Robin Hood, red and I In the above style cause therein pendIng Instruction and a list of the 20th day of March. A. D., 1964. Car Hayes Florence Bur S '
white serial no. 3830 WH I on the 29th day of January. '". property may be obtained from- Julian .N. Murray 12 University_272533NW SUMMER IS AROUND THE COR.
No. 10. Boys no name red and white, .and Supplemental Order and Decree Business Manager 3187), 3:23, 30;, 46, 13 EmploymentII GERMAN shepherd- ACK regis' SECTION tor or rent 3and HER and w have t perfect
serial no. 2718 I entered pn the 11th day of March *". Sunland Training CenterP. tered. 22 mos. old. Mrs., Barnes 4 2.I bath, CCB Florida to Im
No. 11. Boys Dunelt. black serial 'no.R6021 :the undersigned as Special Master be- O. Box 508 Gainesville, Fla. Call Mon. or Toes. 372-f561. home. br lights ands and winter delight. Tlr.
Ing appointed by said Order will offer Bids to be opened 2:00 PM EST Tues- S rooms, 2 living with
Shown
FEMALE GERMAN shepherd AKC by el.P Nt r
day. April 14 1964 HELP WANTED pups.
for sale and sell to the highest and best fireplace to car.
No. 12. Boy's. Dunelt red serial no. SUBURBIADRIVE regist red. Bred for Temper-
2fOR
(3199) 3:30; 4:6 pet. Family room,
front screened
H38203 I It bidder for cash at the North door
melt and Quality. See at 3501
J No. 13. Boys, Bendlx silver serial no. I of the Alachua County Courthouse In ALACHUA County Florida, IN THE ATRi1 BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORS N. W. 18th Terr. or Phone FR SALE BY' ONER Forfamily porch, central heat and air con
t F346981 I Gainesville, Florida between the legal I" Probate.In Earn up to $5 per hour demonstrating .-.2310.FOX liing. t ellt dltllng.. plus with lovely fenced In
No. 14. Boys no name, red and white, I hours of sale, to-wlt: 11:00 ajn. to 2:00 re: Estate of famous Studio Girt dig h dining li and shuffle board swimming pool.
serial no. 11478 NM I II p.rit: on the 6th day of April. 164 the MAY A. MOORE Deceased.To TONIGHT AT 7:15 Cosmetics. Full or Part Time.. TERRIOR puppies. S wks. In with r court.
No. 15. Boys Schwlnn maroon serial 1 following' described real property located All Creditors and Persons Having Phone 376-4336 after 6._ old Phone, 815 & 820. No Sunday calls. Carpeted built kld& pntry. FINLEY AREA We have two
no. C42S I In High Springs. Alachua County, Claims or Demands Against Said Estate 3764764. baths' 1111. S lovely 4
I Florida. to-wlt EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPH.ERS. BR, 2 full tilt Lltedon bro h. Walk
LAWN MOWER : : AMERICA'S most wanted dogs, near new ing .
t Eversharp.' Model < BH. Serial no. Begin at the Northeast Comer of You and each of you are hereby notified EXPLOSIVE Sperry.Openings. Typing and available dictation at mineture Schnauzer puppies. Sa l school Ctry built dllta. ni wooded Fie Botivowners
Block 26 In G. E. Foster's Addition Clb IL
1599379 and required to present claims Call
any skills AKC registered. 372-761 Univ." both
to the Town City of High necessary. Starting salary Pr S11f l to 1
AUOMOBILES now which < '
: you or either of you, may have for are wetting famJ.
No. l, 153 OldsmobIle 2-dr grey and Springs, Florida and run Westerly against the estate of MAY A. MOORE based In on .experience. Submit resume 33 LOTS FOR SALE 3.2 ap. lies for Immediate lar
along the South line of North 1st .E?TERTAINMEN1 confidence or telephone 2V* baths, family =
bUdc, ID No.'I31A17" deceased, late of said County to the 372-0411 Ext. 225, for J BR 2x Call for complete
No.. 2. 1953 Plymouth sedan white and Avenue 50 feet to point of beginningof County Judge of Alachua County Flo- ,appointment. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY r Ig. living n el both hs. r
tract of land herein described FOR SALE 1 acre land Rainbow central .
green. ID No. 1374800S Ida, at his office In the court houseof EMPLOYER. garage co
'No. X 195J Oldsmobile 2-dr. ID No. run Southerly 100 feet parallel with said County at Gainesville Florida Lakes Estates, selling for Lot beautifully landsap LARGE BRICK HOME near that
SS7L6508 West 1st Street run Westerly 25 within six calendar months from the EARN up t. $50 a week. Full or 82, *5. Will I sell for siftM cashor NW 12th Ave. forappointment. University and convenient to J.
No. 4. 154 Ford Convertible blue. ID feet parallel with North 1st Avenue time of the first publication of this part-time. No soliciting or colleenIng 800 and take over p a yments. J. Finley. Til lovely h has
No. M6UCI26055 and run Northerly 100 feet parallel notice. Each claim or demand shall ben .' car. neccessery. Call FR 6- Phone 372-4645. FIRST TIMEAVRTISED a large r fires
No. 5. 151 PontIac sedan, ,blue and with West 1st Street to North 1st writing and shall state the place 196$. 4 NICE lots connecting on NW place, lar room, three!
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te.-.ID. No. P TS1S84William Avenue) thence run Easterly along of residence and post office address of -SECRETARY wanted, experlenced 35th Ave., lust 4 blocks off 39th baths Florid
t S u D: Joiner the South line of North lit Avenueto the claimant, and shall be sworn to by In using IBM Ave. sr x 1ST. Bargain price.Phone room plus a study. Large wooded .-'.
a Chief of PolkaS point of begInning. the claimant his agent Ms attorney, equipment. Must be able typewriter to 6-646 9 SR pre-owned home, completely tot.
J (3188) a:23. 30NOW t o satisfy the Indebtedness of Pat J. end any such claim or demand not so a'') shorthand efficiently.I Experience use reconditioned. Fla. r refinished -
Mandet the defendant, mentioned In filed shall be void. parqua floors. lo JUST LISTED l.I
absolutely 14 Waterfront c
said Order and Decree a certified copyof -s- Glenn D. Moore, Jr. ,Write Box 376-A Gainesville necessary Property An excellent value at113J pa home In
Sun. cati
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which has been recorded In Alachua As executor of the Last Will PItA down Includ br 2 baths, Ivl
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County: official record book 164 at page and Testament of May A. "AVON IS CALLING" .In yourniighborhood WINFRED H. CRAWFORD 1 r fireplace
Moore. deceased through T.V. Be Reg. Broker, c to wall carpet. Separate
26.Said' specaming bi
: 10, o.m-l, p.m. property shall be sold subJect'to Clayton, Arnow. Duncan & Johnston tilt Avon Representative In LAKe PROPERTIESACRE HUGH dining room, family room, lovely -,
) I the existing first mortgage held by 226 South Main Street your neighborhood and turn AGE. 3 mile No. of MeJme EDAD INC screened Iii patio-built -in"
: :.AL1YOURSFAVOR1TE, High Springs Bank, dated Jury 31. '''I. Gainesville Florida part time Into money. Call GR S2W.BEAUTIFUL. NE kic Lovely Urge w
and recorded In Alachua County official Attorneys for Executor Mrs. Burns FR 2-0421._ 3 BEDROOM Mode for sa/Z l. J b. o
S _. \ BRANDS .. ? Record Book 151. Page 23 which the FIrst publication March'", ,,"' COCKTAIL waItress must be over lot on the Suwannee 2 Baths. Would I equity
'"t Liquors ,'- /:.. successful purchaser must assume. In 3144) 3:9, 16, 23. 30 21. Apply In person. Thirsty River at Rock Bluff. Call 37e and take up payments. Call FR
; ; .. addition to the amount of the bid the Gator 4160. 6-430. M.M.
t .,Wines.- I I Mghest and best bidder shall be ..... ..... Lounge. 633 NW 13th St. -
required to deposit and pay to the .**. ** WAITRESS neat and with some FOR SALE have a few lots left FOR Sate by towner. 2 8I b"
: > Beer 'S Special Master a Special Master's fee S *C experience must be 21. PrImrose on Beautiful Lake Santa Fe.Don't concrete Mode home
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of $100.00 and also the costs Incurred .' CM !-*.* a** I Inn, 214 W. Univ." Ave.' mIss this MCktlll finest" corner tot. NW section. 1730 N PARRISH2&Associatesf
In
property of thewoods.
\ : by.the -Special Master In publishing the WANTED Te. FR -217f..
IMMEDIATELY Priced reasonable. 0. '
; PAUL'SPackage
:. Notice of Foreclosure Sale. CO-FEATURE AT 10:30 EXPERIENCED P. Rlppey. Mal,... GR J-SS71.
t Said salt shall be sublect to confirmation SECR1TAY a L. BR, 2 bath, panelled U
by the Court and deed to the '. Must be neat attractive and able CLEARED. fenced tax200 lot endear 'attached garage,
; Store successful purchaser will not be Issued -- STRAITJACKETWITH to take dictation. Age limit 40 tend bottom lake 2S = ig. fenced- comer tot. 1
until after confirmation of salt has "1 .* yearLEXPERIENCED miles from town SUM cash. ;Stephen FO.*14JOQ, Inc.I
r S. .S BOOKKEEPER Phone 3764342. PR,
been entered. 5
'l fL Univeniry Aye.D..N SSS IS JOAN CRAWFORD MUST have experience hi Bank 1 d U
The Special Master's Deed to the 214 NW 13th FR 6-6472 bookkeeping operations. Neat LAKE WINNOTT 3 Bedrooms fUll i BR. 9 bath with central heat MIM* MULflpt.E UTj.
uccessful purchaser when executed aM ettractM., Ap .,y cm.ne mod. bath, year-round cottage & alr- 4123 NW. H Wa HID Helen
shall contain the following provision: Bank: of Galnaavllle. for tale or lease by ........ St. FR ,1.l GaisaenetgMav .
'The United States of America hasthe Terms. GR 1-2242 Melrose. I* NE First St. TeL 372-Wi
right of redemption of this pro. Waitresses ApphIn person, -
party for and during a period of one Jerrys Restaurant,' 2310 S.W. 4 BEDROOM 2V* bath lake home. '
year from the date of this deed as 13th Street._ 6 mL from courthouse canter McKinney

I VHIATRIF provided by Title 2 Section 2410, WANTED reliable woman to take fireplace In 26' square living FREDARNOLE.8 I'
U.s. COde.WITNESS." vver housekeeping responsibil room. Private channel and turn
..-.Jt.H my hand and seal this lflhSay Itles and care of two chlieVen. around. Utmost In beauty and Green
of March. 1964. Phone FR 1-29<<1 after 4:08 p.m. tranquility. PR 2-568.
7 'Color Laff Hits! -.- Clinton Foster
,tfowe
ONCE IN A LIFETIME. Lakefront
S Opea 6.45- Skew at 7:15 As Special Master 12 Melt Help WtustaJ living at Its ..... Three
(3185) 3:23. :30
See Bet* Late 9 M DeatonRealtors
S. ". \InIa.* as : bedroom sturdy frame constructed -
S TONY RANDALL WANTED SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE home. Rubber tile floors en :

-- t'THE BRASS ,BOTTLE" VISIT or ALAN'S CUBANA To Inspect & repairpostage huge tr x 200' lot en the beautiful REALTOR
meter machines a> shores of Uttte Lake Kerr,
I tJ l1' 2nd Hit ,At 9:M WEEKI the most delicious mailing equipment for PITNEY lust off U. S. 1*. Deep wed.
Positively -- Your
DEBBIE REYNOLDS BOWES INC World's largest .purest drinking water. PLUS these OpportunityTe Country Living
I "MARY MARY" 'WACHEE manufacturer's of this eojulp extras-property fenced furnished own e 9 R. 1 bath home hi
l ., S ROAST BEEF SANDWICH ment. We will train' a y t n g beautiful lake view beach the N. I. area. Ha lIvingroom 1 Acres, good twe-etory mode,
Z STARTS FRIDAY man wit mechanical ability boat house giant ICO dock carport with diningroom nlzed home, M Inside baths,*2
you have ever tasted made on our own delicious that meets this requirement. utility house and a million f All this b sheds. Everything big but
; : "SHOCK'TREATMENr. Permanent position with perto dollars worth of healthy outdoor for a down payment of price. Only 810, 00. CaLl.fc
French Bread dical salary Increase while train living all for the small sum of and monthly charge Of s.o 3 ,
FLORIDA ing. Paid ,vacation, holidays & S6000.00 cash. First come. first which kxfudes taxes o "
retirement other benefits. Position served. DoW miss this opportunity s quIcUyl Call fro Living
"WILDLY.coMic" Is open Gainesville & Ie; ; I _
of a 11f Ime. Call 419-5M4 Cit ,
% 'MAGAZINE Be Sure to stop by today at 318 W. University Ave.or surrounding territories. Must have Ocaia or write f* Lake House, 2-317. S .
S LIFE BRING Phone car. Traveling expenses paid, must Box 1030 Ocaia. or better yet, paved street. Family.
AT 1 3 5 > 709 I I have at least high school ed. visit this heavenly spot .In parson NorthwestSEE economical price. Owner
Write stating age I. quenflcettons. all day Sunday March 2* and ,beautiful three ferred Immediate ,
FAMILY! 'b
I THE FR 6-1252 This to no pert-time fob. April S. Watch for pieptate stone n MASONRY HOME available. Drive by 515 HE
PITNEY-BOWES INC, 268 W. )lust off 1* excellent oak floors, Spacious livingroom Court, we have the key. w.
mn for Fast Free Delivery _Bay Station. Jacksonville. fishing, boating, right In..I and Florida loom Fire .

WALT DISNEY COLORED WAITERS Ocaia National Poret Living reamCentral. Northwest _:
fully equipped S
and try our newsstand extra delicious r1D lot 182 wooded lot. central heat. *
for Scte L
Hawse
MEN with exptrltnct preferred, 35 C .
Lots charm, .
'Peter Setters'GwrfellScitt ROAST BEEF CUBANAWE good working conditions, exce.. CaU. I G finance $o wtth eea.neighbors
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USE ONLY TOP GRADED PREMIUM BEEFci$1NAS phone calls.SALESMAN 706 .W.' Ualv.. Ave. Me month thy for payments 4 BR, 3, y.C .1 J. J T at 817,00 w t 8790. doUtttewood I".

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or real estate .......... see caR 272-0681. I I. e N' and Need' 1 bedrooms a two-car ge.
Dra'Stra.-. Call 376-3507 for appointment. r located m.r 3 or rage Florida Room en pave4

4 blocks of the School and the streett 1. w FH t
i 11.1.. T... ROUTE MAN for FURNITURE Univ. Fireplace Beautifulshaded less If b |
city route. Experience <... to-t -window A-Cs''- 4 loan.' J

f WLMDI... S able, but eat Necessary.' Tiportatloa .. Nearly new Detuxa gas- range. .
.f. r_ ...... Hei... UPHOLTERY wills rotisstere Large
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ROUTE snail ....... Old pm.- a' 372-6142 tag area-.Yo should 1 this .
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35 Houses for SaleFORMLEU.0fFF3 35 Homes for Sale 35 Houses for Sole 45 Famished Apts. 45 Fyrmlshed ApH. 47 Houses for Rent Furs.

Shadow Lawn Estates

Custom-built homes that look
CLASSIFICATION INDEX UNFURNISHED CCB house for OWNER. Income property, close- 1 BEDROOM air conditioned FURNISHED 1 Br. apt. water 2 BR. CCB furnished N. E. sec- custom-built. U you are tired
& sale 3 .BR, 1 bath cent. heat in. Lg. house. garage apt. Bargain furnished apartment. New turn. 31st Ave. N.W. fc 9th Terr.. tion. Call FR 2-7154. of homes with that au.cUn.I1a .
4 unit apt. ttdgs. Ideal for lake built-in oven & range. Locatedon for cash. Phone 372-7163. .Apartment till. 1216 S.W. 2nd 3129 call FR 6-ttl7.
place or inexpensive rental un paved street. Nice yard. 23 SE 4th Ave. Ave. Colonial Manor Apts. $115. 3 BEDROOM furnished suburban look. see
ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE its. Must be moved from Univ. Phone 376-0880 between 5 P.M. 1 block from campus. Occupancy SPACIOUS efficiency. Heat water. home. Plenty of room, dose to F. D. Oiv! "r. Bldr.
1 !. McBorUM property by Apr. 30. Phone 3761462. and 7:30 P.M. weekdays and NE 11th Dr. 3003 4 BR. 'IV* by February 25. aerial, air conditioner turn. Suit- school. Available April 1st. $120 ... FB 2-888
\ CM .f 'Thuka f1 Waatc .. Bu week-ends. baths. CCB home with air-con able single or couple only. No per month. Can FR 2-4957. L J. West en NW Sih AT*. past
S Lt F..B4 a Macktaerr TlsMaterials ditioner. Tappan elec. range8.. SUMMER special 1 & 2 Bedroom pets. $75. Avail. Apr. 1 406 NE Moratto 2505 N.W. 6th St. tk* Glen SprtafS taterse
4 Fr**BUse4 Serried II fl.Ud1g BY OWNER 3 bedroomCCB WIMBERLY ESTATES. Just breakIng central heat. Low down payments apartments well furnished, quiet 6th St. ..... See alp is left.
$4 Beue.... .. home. Located at 310 NW of $89.16. Call 372-
I Travel bfermatlMi G. ground on new Imaginative location. couples only no pets. 3 ROOM furnished apt. nice a,
S SpeeUl Ktiea IS bU._ 20th Ave. .Down payment only homell Now Is the time to buy 1049 after 5 & weekends. $100 per moo L. J. Moratto. 2505 dean. For married couples on 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn.

1 FlorUU M BUM. rr Sal I $300 $SO monthly, phone 6-2734. under I contract .. choose dejer REDUCED TO S1&500. $1,300 eq NW 6th St. Phone 2-4957. ly. Adults. no pets. Rent rea

Bsb7 Bitter CfcM CM 87 Tre4ttBff ..*.* 3 BR. m baths. carpeting & other thru out. Lloyd D. Myrtek Bidr. uity. $77.50 Mo., Includes taxes sonable. Call 374-7M4.. 2 BR. 1 Bath unfurn. at 1421
t Places T* C. Lad 88 Articles W..... I features. Ideal for small chil FR 2-5689. and Insurance. 3 BR. TIle bath. NICELY furnished 2 BR. apt N. w. 13fti $L seo moo Call University
TIngs. T. ... (S F... OH W.... I dren. Close to schools. 719 NW Built In kitchen. Come by lIla Spacious Excellent neighborhood .NEW 2 bedroom mobile home water Realty, 372-4351. FOR SALE NEW HOME
70 B wl Maria _..... Lane FR 2-3784. 3 BEDROOM, 2 bath home separate N. E. 20th Place. 376-2192. --417 N. E. 6th Ave. $90 furnished; 1 mile past Glen
71 CAM* .But. risk. 19th dining room. Take advantage moo TeL FR 6-3985. Night & Springs on 23rd BlVd., George 2 BR house. fenced yard. 1X17 NW No Down Payment

AUTOMOTIVE 'II Offle Jr._ .-_--_ _. NE section for sale by- owner. 2 of owner's having to REDFRANKSREALESTATE _Sunday FR 6-7142. Orton. 30th Avenue. Phone 376-2927.
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7S Alrplaa. S lese Ul* BR, Fla. rm., Ig. landscapedlot. move & have spacious rooms
73MasialREAL Ig. 3 bedrooms 2 tile baths central
77 MpQ B..... fr Bale Cx.iS* FHA $1X000, $400 dn. $75 & wardrobes in new home area CLEAN 4 room apartment. Good 46 Unfurnished Apts. FOR RENT 3 BR. 2 bam. bunt-In heat. General Elec. kit-
78 Tracks fer Bale moo 1515 NE 6th Terr. Call FR among young executives. $19. neighborhood. Close to shop kitchen, corner lot. 2 blks. from chen. Payments S115 per mooI
te4sa FR 2-5689. ping. $60 month 609 N. E. Metcalfe School & | high. 1943
79 Trtk. W 2-8629 for appointment 000. per 2 BR. duplex apt. $50 moo J"
per
Tri *Track Bwubn ESTATE FOR SALE $60 A MONTH. New 2 BR. CB A BIG WHITE COLUMNED 6ttl $t. Call FR 2-1391. 2207 S. E. 45th Terr. Call 372- NE 15th Terr. $ per month.Call I I FR 2-9569
PORCH the front of this 372-5738.
Trailer BeataJSU graces
.SS Lets far Sato home, terrazzo floor Ig. lot, low 2372. I
Metorcycte* Bc e.ten IMMEDIATEOccupancy modern home situated on wooded -
$4 **t..blls Repairs 34 WaterfrBt Frepertr .. down payment See at 222 S.E. hill top lot In desirable Northwest EAST SIDE NW section. 2 bedroom duplex 3 BR, masonry home with gas
U AtB Ue* fer BatoM 88 Huea F.r Sato 20th St. 3724692. 3 large bedrooms, 2 luxurious with carport.. kitchen equipped. range $IS per moo John Merrill.
Swap CATS M CeUaces Fer Sato READY FOR OCCUPANCYOWNER baths modem kite hen GARDENAPARTMENTS Phone after < P.M. Monday 376- Realtor 372-1494.
87 a... Eitat EzebaagsEDUCATINAL. TRANSFERRED, 4 bedroom with built In range .. oven 2596. HOMES -

88 Seal. Eitat Waate4 MOVE INTO YOUR OWN one with private entrance dishwasher. Spacious step-down FORDYCE Several homes available Bunt to your plans and specifications. .
a.o. *f Twa Frpert49 livingroom separate din I ng lovely
18 Bek..l* iBstnettm .. Bailacf i Properties / MODERN HOME ON 2 bath. huge family room street, extra room Florida room with sliding 857' per month up 47 Houses for Rent Furn. at this time.FORDYCE Built anywhere In

U Mash.. Daceta 41 KesUratlal been* RENTAL BASIS BEFORE storage room ft. living paved glass doors to patio. Luxurious Gainesville's Finest ASSOCIATES INC. Alachua County.TOMMY .
2000 space.PrIced
M Wanted-lutraettea over sq. wall to wall carpeting central 926 W. Univ. Ave. 376-1236
43 Farms Acreage YOUR LOAN CLOSES. to sell at 21000. LAKE GENEVA 2 and 3 bedroom RIDGELL
43 Clrd Property Rentals heat & air conditioning for year Furnished or unfurnished houses, month or year. Mathew-
Priced from $12,750 to $18450
3 BR home $90 month. 2 BR
EMPLOYMENT 41-1 Catered Property Sales NO MONEY DOWN VA RANCHETTESNEWBERRY round comfort. REALISTICALLY Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart- son Manor. Call 475-29H. per furnished BUILDERSCall
17 Werk Waate Mate PRICED at $7X000. Call 376- ment. 30t NE tth St. Phone 376- home SAO per mo. Partly
W aU4 Femato pay only $100 closing ROAD 5 acre home- OS17. W08. FURNISHED air conditioned 3 2 BR home $60 per ma; Fur- FR 2-4125
Work
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Sales Help Want** RENTALS Best terms FHA Sites, financing available. Br. 2 bath CCB, 1101 NE 14th nished duplex apt. 2 BR $90 per
14 Femato Free lifetime Swim Club Mem ALACHUA REALTYAssociates BUILDING? We have JUST LISTED EFFICIENCY apt. for settled Ave. Excellent neighborhood mo. Call FR 67466.
U B.lp-H.
44 Cettsr.es Fer meat bership. Walk to Schools.
flit W....* a nice lot In Northwest seetlon couple or settled single woman.No $130 per moo FR 6-4898.
U Mai ,
43
Fvralshe
Apts. UNFURNISHED 3 BR. house.
HUGH EDWARDS on paved street with all pets. 703 NE 6th St.
Draaaue .Cararalshed FURNISHED 2 bedroom house. with stove & refrigerator & -
Apts. Member Multiple Listing city con v e n tenets available. '_ _
11 Female Hely Waited 47 B..... t., Bent Farm. INC. Arle T. Smith Broker Trees. $3.000. Call 3764)817. FIRST float2 BR apt. clean 732 N.' W. 23rd Blvd. Phone FR fenced back yard. 2119 NW 7th I

48 Besses for *eat.Varan.4t Mabel L. Gore Associate freshly painted, Orkin treated 2-5452. Terrace. Call 372-1932 or FR WATCH FOR
FARMS & LIVESTOCK Bems fir Beat N.E. 16th Ave. & 15th St. 635 N.E. 1st St. Phone 376-2448 BUDGET MINDED? Try this neat monthly. Water fum. Phone FOR RENT furnished 2 BR homeon 2-6179.' IMPORTANTANNOUNCEMENT

28 Fcrm mlpmeat M Betel B*.msH 372-1551 3 bedroom 2 bath CCB home located 376-5883. Lake Santa Fe available now. 2 BR house for rent 6 miles I I
27 Fee Fertiliser Mla*. Beatals I on pine shaded landscaped Phone FR 2- 169. or 372 545*. north of Gainesville on the WIdo !-' '
28 Llveiteek SnppHeset 11.& Waated T* Beat FORDYCEREALTOR lot where the azaleas are PRIVATE 1st floor efficiency, 2 Rd. 3761502.UNFURNISHED Cooperative apartments to
.*.....BlBK Tip 8oUSO S3 Bearders W..... YOUNG blooming. Only $400 down t, rm, bath utilities fum. Off 3 BEDROOM unfurnished houseIn i be built In Gainesville. For
Pita SappllesU U Office Desk Spae! appx. $89.50 per mo. IncL taxes pets. 15 SW Brooker. Dial 485-4681. 1 side of duplex I Information call FR 62921or

UiesUek Waat4FINANCIAL M Basmess Beatals & Ins. Convenient 'location. 2nd ekParkingD.no 2 BR furnished house 505 NW 3 Br. living rm. kit. 8 :tsthe I write: Ii

AMERICA Call 3764817. 14th Ave. No pets or small chIldren. ml. from downtown, P. O. Box 13956 ,
SERVICE $55 SUMMER rate 1 Br. duplex $100 per moo Phone 376- moo Call FR 2-2648 after 5 or
Gainesville Fla.
NEAR LITTLEWOODW E ST. Sat 81 Sun. ,
seeat589SE 1st Ave. Call 2823. .
M Bulaess OpprtolUes 23 Special SerrUes .
(7 MeneT t* Laa I 23 Bern Imprevemeato HOMESPRESENTS Roman Patio WOOD bedroom SCHOOLS 2 bath -central Modem heat 3 FR 2-4425. 2 BR. furnished house. 807 N.W. 4 BR 2 beth house for lease, 6 University Park
miles west of town, $150 mooCall
U MertxacesWaateA 24 Baal TT Serrle built In kitchen. Large lot. EFFICIENCY. water turn. 3505 31st Ave. House open. Call ,FR
a. 39 Aapliaac Faraltar yes this lovely home has a Roman PRICED BELOW $20,000. Good NW 17th St. $35 per.mo. Call 1 i 2-8144. 376-3401. Apts.

Inspired patio. Truly a hometo terms. Call 3760817.REDFRANKS McKlnney Green Inc. 373-3417. FORDYCE RENTALS
NEW BRICK of. Four master size
be proud 2 BR house with tile bath, par-
bedrooms two glamorous bathS. DELIGHTFUL que floors & T-V antenna. AvaiL
REALESTATEClaude surroundings. SEVERAL attractive homes
Sole 35 House for Sal MODELSOPEN long living room with hand- Apr. 1st. Call 3761742 .
35 Houses for Furnished.
some fireplace, large family' Mo.MRecr': Franks. Realtor 2 large rooms. Private available and also apart-
10 .a.m.1 Til Dark room opening on terract Myrtle Lasstter Associate bath and entrance. Couple. BR furnished house within walkIng ments. Call or Contact For-
kitchen to delight the heart of W. E. "Bill" Harris, Associate First floor. 700 E. Univ.' distance of Med. Center. dyce & Associates Inc.. 926
NEW HOUSE. 3 bedrooms 2 FOR SALE BY OWNER. spacious FEATURES : a woman. $31,710 with $2,000 7 N.E. 1st Street Phone 3764617 Ave. AvaiL Apr. 16. Phone 376-2435. West University Avenue 3761236. -
nt' al heat. C.C.B. 3 BR 2 bath Fla. Rm. closeto any
baths. c i Complete Real Estate Service Rule .
Built-in kit c hen. Save $1400. school. LIttlewood Estates. $24,. Fireplaces down and balance to be arrang Associates Member MULTIPLE LISTING 'FURNISHED apartment. Near I WHAT'S
Screened porches ed. Consult Fordyce &
Call for appointment FR 44774. 500. Reasonable down payment business center. Water Furn-
Custom kitchen cabinets Inc., 376-1236.
or FR 2-382. *20 NW 37th Terr. Phone 372- 37 Real Estate ished. $60. Phone FR 2-1823, or
Oversized bathroomsPlus ExchangedWILL
5738. 23724.FOR TO BETTER SERVE YOU
many other custom
Architect BACK
) AND 4 Bedroom homes. On features .
Acre lots. Go out NW 16th Avenue IF you plan to build and would exchange $1300 equity on sale or rent, furnished duplex .
like custom built home designed accounts for the beautyin 3 BR house in Tallahassee for apt. 17 miles east of These Answers.Do
to 43rd St. intersection. turn a by experienced VA & FHA'TERMS Wo Need To Know .
this three bedroom two bath.centraly like amt. In Gainesville. Withins '
builders that Gainesville Melrose,
have near access
- right.see sign go bo approximately left. 1 mile, the time to discuss plans with ) heated and air-condi : min. of FSU. 372-2326. to lake Santa Fe. Phone You Wont to BUY or SELL Acreage, of the

T. D. ZETROUER. BUILDERFR you. call 372-2527 ask for Gene tioned home. Large living room 475-5571. G. p.. Rlppey, Melrose, a lot home or business property -

4-3848. our Paramore.80 plans We to have choose avallabl.from. with room.fireplace Completely spacious built In Florida, electric 38 Real ,Estate Wanted Fla. Tell us what price range size, amount of down payment,

Complete financing can be ex. Walking distance to elementary kitchen with stainless steel AVAILABLE tor summer trimester and monthly payment.Let GROWINGDEMAND

plalned to you right In your own &Jr.Hlgh Schools" Shopping & countertops. First time offered. WANT TO BUY 1 end 2 bedroom furnished us help you with your real estate problems.
I Churches. J. J. FInley SchooL apartments. Some air-
l STORYRED home. For appointment call. Located near
THE JAMES CO. I $31500.00. Consult Fordyce & 2 or 3 bedroom home with conditioned. Near University.
Of Gainesville Inc. YOUNG Associates Inc. 3741236.Genteel family room and 2 baths. Kitchen ,U S.W. 7th Avenue. FR t-UU. DAN BYRD ASSOCIATES, INC
must, be equipped. Central '
BRICK I Builders v of Klngsberry Homes heat preferred. Must be priced LARGE 1 BR upstairs well fur 825 N.W. 13th St. Dial FR 2-2511 Day or Night
Ph. 372-2527 nltes 372-7401. AMERICA LivingIs nished excellent neighborhood.
right with reasonable down
pay $72.50. 904 N.E. 5th Ave. Fr *- Jack DeYot-Realtor.
Fireplace-strip oak.floors- I ANGLEWOOD by owner 3. BR, 2 descriptive of the life you will ment. Write to Box 345-A, 0969.. Associates for
with lead In this attractive two bedroom Gainesville Sun. :
very large kitchen built I bath Price 17800. $800 down. HOMESNW
In appliances rear screened Call 372-2727. home. Centrally heated DUPLEX lot wanted Write Waiter! Stoddard. E. E. Holloway Christine Stone
porch can be converted Into and beautifully appointed, planned price and terms to box 385-A Member
Multiple Listing
34th & 7th Avenue economical living. This E. C. "CURLY"
Fla. room-rear patio for privacy ST. AUGUSTINE for In care Gainesville Sun. BUTLERBROS.
with a
1 very large bedrooms 2 Phone 3727070CAREFULL home can. be handled I
baths. Floored upstairs and BEACH small down payment of $300.00 KUEHN, JR.
40 Business Properti'nOFFICE
ready to convert Into 4th end Brand new duplex opposite and monthly payments of only
and Inter. Bomes. Lots. Income.: Business
tax
5th bedroom or play room as marker No. 64 on 'the Inter- $73.00 Including and Lake Property.
needed. LIKE NEW Inside coastal Canal atCRESENT est.Total price $1X30000. Consult or store bldg. at 534 N. .
FORDYCE .. ASSOCIATESINC. Main St., Farmf and Acreage. .
LIKE OLD yard and landseap- I BEACH Formerly occupied by
.
II: C. "CUM.KUEHN.. Jr.
wonder If FHA .; 376-1236. Associates Discount. Call 3727470or
Ing. Frankly we completely furnished. 60 ft. pier
63* N. MAIN ST.J"B .
did not make a mistake when large lot. many extras. Write Protect yourinvestment 372-4065. ,HOMES?
1-2032 C4B44
Broker KB
they valued this property at only for details and -photos. Price reduced Cathedralceilings .,. ...
$17400. with lust S1XXXJ down for qukdc sale. TEN unit apt.. house, excellent "
Including closing costs. You JOHN A. HART In this lovely home. It Is Gainesville location 8 apts, furnished Uy:: :;j t.%iRs1T6Mi1
may drive past 636 NE 10th Realtor truly one to cherish. Four bedrooms Income $650 monthly. Locationand
Ave. for an Idea of the value Granada 4V King St. Don't buy a new 3 or 4 bed two baths large living Approx,, $5400 to,' .handle. FR
then call FR 6-2020 for- an appointment Augustine, FloridaVA room. One Bath house. Hugh room, fenced patio, modern kitchen 6-0969." NorwoodHope
Edwards Inc. recognized the National
to see bultte lit looks 4-2927 with built in stove and -- -
even better). Trend away from the one oven s e pa r ate dining room 42 Farms & Acreage .., ." .N' rsPiic +>#' ".<"
Warner W. Weseman-Realtor 3 BR. 1 bath, 3 blocks Little bath home In 1963. Hugh Edwards large utility storage double car. "t.:;;KW /. tL :
1113 N. Main St. wood school. Stove refrlg.! carpet no longer ,builds I bath port. this lovely home resting In RETREAT FROM THE HEAT ,>.'.,,, SCHOOL'3 n. ..'g" I
.
$500 down.. $95 me.No homes. a beautifully landscaped yard. ... ; QualityWhen
To country living In Los Trances
OVER MOO Ft. plus carport and ,
closing cost $1100 total. FR Priced at $27400 and you name "H"
Inc.
porch. 3'BR. and study. 1-to 2-6060 528 NW 34th Terr.A They are obsolete your terms. CONSULT FOR. Woods. 2.4 Acres for only $365
bath attic fan built In drawers Choose a modern Hugh Edwards DYCE & ASSOCIATES. IHe.. down. Paved road frontage
vanity and storage galorel 80- HOME for I Florida. La. open TWO BATH home. You'll 376-1236. school busses utilities. Drive We Trade Homesor It Comes To
X140 Convenient to Metcalf living, area with walnut panellng I enJoy( your two bath more and west on Newberry Rd, turn right
Bishop Parochial Schools. $80 I built-in: --planters 24', ft.1 get more resale for your SR 241. Watch for the sign on Property LOCATION
Mo. V.A. 4% percent. FR 6-277S. sliding glassdoorvcpenlng onto home Homes priced from $13r Colonialhome right.
enclosed covered patio. 3 Bit I 650. "Selling Florida Since 1906
NO DOWN PAYMENT 3 BR.. 2 I 2 baths central alr-condltlon- with traditional charm -*o Ralph Realtor Cr QUALITYWe
heat, central air I beautiful with lovely trees and
bath Central I Ing and heating eat-In kitchen VA no money down pay only FOSSEY
cond. Northwest. $19,000. Call with built-in stove dishwasher $100 -of closing cost. FHA $500 shrubs abounding. Only $22400 The following are ready for
11 W. University Ave. Ph. 376-1359
3762927.' and I disposal. Close to schools. down, no closing cost. one of a kind located In finest occupancy. Have Only
Member Multiple Listing I I
Con 11
$22,000. 922 NW '36th Terrace. N.W. neighborhood. s w
HOUSES FOR SALE: 3-BR 2- HUGH EDWARDS
FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES
after 5. FR 6-4945.
Week days
3707 NW 21st PI.
Bath central heat with fire INC. 3761236. For Sale THE CREAM
place. *NW 47th Terrace. Price WESTWOOD LITTLEWOOD INC.N.E. 4 BR 2 bath $800 dn. $107
$15,900. Walking distance to schools. 3 per mo.
CHEAPER THAN RENT: 3 BR ,BR. 2 bathS'home' In Skyline 16th Ave. and 15th St. FORDYCE 60 ACRES -
1-bath SE 46th Terr. $ .soo. Heights. Study, hardwood floors 372-1551. 1021 NW 40th Dr. [ mnW3 jw.
Payments $&S per mo. built-in range & oven. Cent. S Miles North of High Springson 3 BR, 1V4 bath, $400 dn. $99.50
t-BR l-bath. SE 46th Terr. $6400. heat. Shaded bade yard. Call 4 BEDROOM 2 bath home wIts the Bland Road per mo.
$45 per moo 3764862. i heated pool. NW section. lust out AssociatesInc.
And alto, semi tr di-in Houses. of city. 23000. Phone FR 2-5689. (28 In Soil Bank)
Can FR 6-7466. NEW 3 bedroom CCB ",995. 1442 NE 16th PI. .- -. --
$450 down $65 month. Phone 'I 2 BR. CCB house furnished or 38 Acres of Pines l BR m bath $400 down.
BY OWNER. Move Into a nearly Day 495-2441 Night FR 64311. unfurnished on beautiful landscaped 10 Acres In Cultivation 198.per moo
new 4 BR luxurious home complete lot. Furniture and house 12 Acres of Woods
with carpeting drapes & 1311 N. E. 20th PL By owner 3 I like new. Equity & take up pay REAL ESTATE EXCHANGERS 1500 ft. on paved HiWay 4527 & 4617 SE lit PI.
GE kitchen. Walk to new Elem. BR. Fla. rm patio; $77.14 moo I ments. 230 SE 71st St. Phone MULTIPLE LISTING .
school. $31400. 529 NW 58th St. VA loan; alr-cond. I 372-8949 after 4 P.M. and all REALTORS 4518 & 4608 SE 2nd PL
In Durant Estate. FR 6-3569. tional. Make offer, tRa- .op.l day Sunday. Grace S. Fordyce, Mary Moeller 120 Acres 3 BR 1 beth $500 dn.'$61 -

926 E. W.West Moeller.University Harvey Avenue Benton per mo. bIck.:ama; .;j PALM VIEW

376-1236 PAVED HIGHWAY AND ... .
IN THE 218 SE 39th St. ""' <; ESTATES

FUN I'M LONESOMEIs COUNTY ROAD FRONTAGEWill 3 BR, l bath $350 down $67 _
consider selling per mo. NW 39th Terr. &

the sad cry of these empty In 40>> acre tracts NW 16th Ave.

houses. Only you can do something 303 & 313 SE 38th St.
1 Mile North of City Limit $16,000 to $20,950
about It. Take another look La
end LETS DEAL. High Springs 304 & 314 SE 39th St.
3 BR t beth $500 dn. $64

2141 N.W. 49th TERR. Don Witherspoon per mo. -
3-2 Outside City S16JOO
3659 N.W. 16th AVE. I FERNWOOD
NEW ..z.YJ A. Lot $25X100 REALTOR-BUILDER
316 N.E. 44th STREET 454-1727 High Springs The following are under conctrvctlon i MANOR
SUN 3-1 Small D.P. SKUXXJ I and will be ready
607 N.W. 19th AVE. FARMS RANCHES ACREAGE for occupancy soon. I NW 39th St. &.

NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA 3-2 A BEAUTY $17,500 RURAL PROPERTIES I ; 13th PI.
3525 N.W. 7th PLACE 3225 NW 29th AT*.
3-2 Ocala Blk. $19,100 ROBERTS C SMITH REALTORu.s. BR 2 bath, $850. dn. $112 I I $12,250 to $16,000
BOATS & MOTORS OUTDOOR RECREATION 3669 N.W. 16th AVE. ...Hwy. 441 Mkanopy. "... per mo.
NEW 3-2. Vi A. lot $2X500 Ph. 466-3120 .
_ BOATS & MOTORS _ -
WHO WOULD ,LIKE THE 70th _ TRANSISTOR RADIOS 4.6 ACRES, beautifully wooded 3224 NW 29th Av*. I
HUNTER Fiberglass Fishing 1..' Lone war "Big Fish" aluminum Fnm $13.95 to SI9.t50 home site. N.W. 39th Ave. pear I 1 BR 2 bath $750 dn $102
BoatIntroduced by FRANK boat with 1962 5 H.P. John AM-FM Shortwave UNIVERSITYREALTY MiUhopper Rd. Intersection. per mo WESTMORLAND3ESTATES'
'
PHILPOTT son outboard motor and 14 Black's Audio 900. terins.FR6.4413.- "I I
14 HUNTER $295.00 Barrentlna trader (best 3236 NW !29th Ave. .
ftT.ne 229 W. Univ. Ave. 372-0440.
14* MURRAY ; S142J5 In town) for only $525. T-put _ _ Fordyce AcreageA I 3 BR a bath, 8700 dn. $91 Addition No. 2 .
18
.a EVINRUDE HP motor
.$325.00 you where the fish ere.BAIRD'S 19 Olympic Mower S29.9S 1115 N. Main :St.- Ph. 3724351W. per mo. NW 39th. Dr. &'

TOtaIRetalILIst ...... $762.95 MARINE CENTER dose lounges ............ 11",, M. Munroe, Realtor TEN acre parcel available at i _
SPORTS CENTER, SPECIAL 601 S. Main FR 24531 Goodyear Service Stores Ass: S. E.' McLaughlin, Frank this time. Perfect home ,sites. I 3301 cV 3311 NW 8th Aye. .-"

.............................. $675.00 1? Plywood fishing boats. 725 N. M an.I las Roby.Jr.Roy McCam.- T. C Doug- $..65D an acre. NW 30* AT*. Highland Court ManorCONVENIENCE : $20,000 to $30,000 -

$295.00W $49 JO ill ACRES available S16SJO aftKI'eo 4 BR, 2 bath S650 dn, S91
MURRAY Tut Trailer $142.95 THE TACKLE BOX FLYING INSTRUCTIONS Fenced and ciuss fenc per mo.

62 EVINRUDE 10 H.P. motor Heart East _ _ $300 DOWN .
A he Of Galnesvtn ed. Good ranch, 60 acres hi per- .
r ........................ $225.00 Check with Charlie -
manent
pastors.FARM 3236 cV 3224
SPORT. CENTER SPECIAL FR 2-1791.' If you want t* fly. end can atv.S All City Services
..? ... /!..E.r ford little more than gas and $300 DOWN will buy this attractive land 160 acres for $16540 NW 30th Ave. -
TERMS R. ir Lone StarLittle Fish" oil. Inquire Immediately. Open 3 bedroom masonry home. an and 3 BR 2 bam 8600 ... 886
CHARGE aluminum boat with 1964 3 H.P. to limited number only. Flight Ira vacant so you can move right thrSerry per mo. '
Manor's location hord beat for
Highland Court is to con-
twin outboard
FRANK PHILPOTTS Johnson motor. Instructions available. Meeting 8pjn. In. NO QUALIFYING NECES-
SPORTS CENTER.Only $349. To put you where the Friday Mardi 20th and SARYISPACIOUS FORDYCE&ASSOCIATES. 3330 5' 3320 venience. And H.C.M. homes are hard to beat for Monthly Payment

Where Quality Sells Itself are.BAIRD'S. Mardi 27th at 1860 N.W. 44th Inc. NW quality at a reasonable price... WhY not see our many From $74.38
: 2 bath 30tfc Ave.
MARINE
20 N.W. rI"'R Ave.FR23011 601 S. Main FR CENTER 24531 time Ave.. at Gainesville your convenience.MThruFrl.54p.m.Sat..4 or come any horn on large 9 bedroom.corner lot. Family 926 West University Avenue 3 BR,.t,bath, S550 dn, .STfJO" models today after work? They're priced from $12.500

4-6893 room, utility room terrazzo 376-1236 per,mo.. to $17.250 all constructed to VA and FHA standards.See I
floors. built hi oven and range them today.
xm.Sun. SWIMMING POOLS LIst Classifications to choose central heating system end car 43 eoPropertr Min. Down FHA
: -
m port. IT'S V AC A NT.. OWNER ,
_
Skiing Swlmmlng-DMng. READY TO SELL HOMES FOR SALES FOR RENT I Nothing Down .YA

& 3 Bedrooms SE 14th St. _
AdsBE CAREFREE FlohIngSefely Equipment DUPLEX Near the University SE ills Ave. Some down
Want Items. 2 bedroom apartments kitchen no pay 124 SE 7thS .
Enjoy a dean and healthy pool. Golfing Equipment equipment Included. ONLY ment. Some small down pay- 31R.lBattiI
ment. Monthly payment S57 to
Get Results Master Pool Service Inc. Tennis Equipment. S14JOO. OWNER W I LL FINANCE S65. Also homes built on your Year- Lease. S100 per Ale. SALES OFFICE
Supplies 8.
Monthly cleaning Baseball Equipment. lot for iw down payment.
service. Where to Fish. Call TOMMY RIDGEU.Bufldec' NW 39th Terr. 6-
FR 2-5363 6-0060 2-3171 Plus many many more. Phone FR t-412S
John Merrill ALLOUR HOMES ARE I NW 16th Ave.

47 f.&.... Apts. OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY Tel. FR 2-9545
: or
MR. MERCHANT: To place ad in the Realtor SEEING ANYTIME IF 'Sales Office Located at N.E. 23rd Blvd.

your MULTIPLE LISTING WANTED 1 girl $18 per. week, or YOU WILL JUST CALL. Nights and HolidaysFR

Fun in the Sun section PHONE 372-8441 ASSOCIATES Phone 372-1494' 2 2 Br.dna home$15 with per 'week.young to divorce share FR 1123*S.E40ls 301 er FR STREET*79$ and 11th Terr. Phone 372-3471 J 6-9048

MARCELLA PARDIW. Call 485-2735 after 5 pjn. Moo.

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41 He.s.. for Rent Unfum. 56 Business Opportunities 66 Mise Joe Sale. 77 MobIle Ho AUTOMOBILES for SALE ---- .

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1 GAINESVILLE

UNFURNISHED S BR. house. Stove ESTABLISHED grocery store. real CUT a. pattern glass. Antique. rWO bedroom WZ 340nz$. Moor, .. VOLKGEN
refrigerator. 24)4 E. Univ. estate stock. and fixtures. Excellent dining room set and chest of one bedroom speed transmission. R a ell 0. AUTO SALES .
Ave. Phone FR -S7O* after 5:30 opportunity. reasonably drawers. New set of Birch Can be rented. neater white tires. Excellent FR 2-1411 "
P.M.'for appt. priced. Worth Investigating and wood kitchen built ins. Many Monday to Friday condition. SU400 actual miles. 1007 N. Main St. ,
Investing. Robert C. Smith. other Items. 3-T-Shop rTway S14H. High allowance on your Phone FR 2.6S13 -
Courtesy Of
FOR RENT 3 BR unfurnished Realtor Mlcanopy. Ph. 464-3120. 100 S mile S. Starke. 40 old car. Phone FR *400 .
Northccntral Florida'sLargest :
house located 2121 NE 3rd PU OTHER business forces me to WJ7 station V... URirtnHy Cfttrrole .
FORMICA showcase with register wagon .

_U5 per mo. phone 373-4690. sell grocery store this week. well .. sliding; doors, like excellent cond, new tire N. Mala St. at 145tla..... MILLERI.V>.
3 BEDROOM living room. dining" Doing good business all col47231. : new SUi. Call slnu belweosss.m.as.m. V ON DISPLAY ..... Pfcene STMta. or Independent Dealer :-
room, tile-both. Screened porch. ore' 1ft\ .... peymwd FR &st4. BROWN J
PROM
Convenient to Shopping Center after 7 ....... FR 2-0441. ".
yvater.tumhhed. Available now. INVEST to the thriving cosmetics HOMART.multi -. stage let ....... SMALL DOWN WJ Bbcayne 4 dr. 4 cyl AOVamTXSC IN IBSSXBVICZ 1030 E. Unlv.H HAW! '
I' su._Phone FR ... Industry.. 14 county distributorship Hke new, pressure tank* pipesefter TRAILER ... JT.. .... *., fee* gftor. P. ,DIRECTORY 2-3512
: FOR RENT S BR unfurnished for sale. Wilt sacrifice. PS fillings, tall 4 s-ltM 4 Hwy. 17.. ... .F. .,.. -

...... located In NW section. Write Box 387-A, care of Calna J.Ifte OPEN

I Call 372-1171 after 4 PJtA.weak- vtiie Sun. BABY bed. stroller car bed. txcellent UNTIL 9 'U. I-T_' blue art i
_days_ or all day Sunday. quality & condttton flU. SUNDAYS 1 white 4e.. ...... AT. w-.w.OM "
TWO story, four bedroom house 61 Wanted t* Iii NW 34th Ave. FR 6-3409. EAST owner. Must see & drive to ap NEW 1964 GMC 1
recently redecorated Inside predate. FR 24772.
I 2111 N. W. 6th St.. $70 mo. TeL FEDDERS. 1 hp alr-cond. 845 ...
WANT to buy U.s. foreign
4-385. Peter's baby stroller 810; Babes ,- MS*, ttandard shift. 4 cyl.. ..
night 4. Sunday. FR 47142. .
coins. old < new. Rebel Stamp PICKUP TRUCKSAS
tend. table S15; Little Brown radio. Good condition. Price $27)
Coin Shop. lOt W. Unhr. Ave., Ice chest 815. FR 2-2148. or make otis.. Call Vt-Utt.
2 Bedroom house, plus dent stove Gainesville Fla.
t furnished., S12S month. 24 S.W. SPOTS before your eyes..on your Ranch Wagon VI -
Trailer 119
ELECTRIC or ceramic kiln.
gas them wIth
24th Realtor.St. Call Gladys Smith, Contact Allen Edgar 372-53fS. or new Blue carpet Lustre.-Rent remove electric ......... engine. Standard shift. Good LOW siwr .. 4
3725391 after 4 P. M. 372-1763. pooer 81. McDenteH FurnitureCo. HorN I condition. Phone 4tMUS. Ala Down '. -
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l FOR RENT unfurnished house 3 WANTED: water cooler must be Gainesville Shopping Can- Pacemaker I chva. AS
BR. hving mx, dining mv* kitChen priced reasonable and In good ter. Shasta and 4l.litod47B4' Or. ....1dI.
2 baths, garage fc stor- working condition. Call 373-4441 dresser Travel new tires >>.000 mi. Sal $960. .... .".
age. Stove 8 retrlg., turn. US MATCHING chest 822. Ocalas First AND -
ext. 20. 8-5 weekdays. Mr. Balwlik 37M404.
Phone 372-4228. 820. Firm double bad $30 Sealy Dealer -
t WANTED 20 gallon aquarium twin 830. trunk S2JO: new W2S Silver $ 1"4 dr. hardtop ". "
4 2 BR. CCB $aO per mo. 220t'SB with or without pump fitter stove. FR 4-0418. Phone loaded with extras for tt a week. Per Month Uchtdlag tax. title 1* -
45th Is,,. Call FR 22372. etc. Reply Nik Gravenstetn 101 GOLF CLUBS. bag. cart. guns, Ocala Call Bill 371310. H a.ta Motors. 5633 63 Rambler = ::

a BR home with IV.* acres el land NW 4 located In Orange Heights. Ph. 3584. typewriter, calculator. Like new S2JOO AT. PB. PS. WoW R&H. STO. air conditioned radio heater -'
p. 462-1001 TO BUY 1 to 4 bird dogs. Make offer. Phone 3725*.4. I Call FR 4-270 Low mileage.. 3M1 NE J3tt St. NO GIMMICKS Can be bought>> charl.s.1 ,. like new bi and out. .....

411 NW 7 h St. Small Call 372-4733 after 5 PJTU UNDERWOOD elec. typewriter YES. we cwi FR 2..... terms! 2-doxen in stock t. choose $2395 .-

.h. neat 2 BR bungalow. US per WE BUY end see ell kinds of furniture excellent cond. $175 157 Chev.. But not with
_mo. Call 374-2547. stoves refrigerators Vt ton pick-up excellent cencI.e We dont NIt $ mo. V Moor factory stick. Tropical 1 Pontiac
FOR RENT }. bedroom semi-fur- clotheS. radios, ,TV etc Call "' 50 Call 374-0887. W. ONLY Good COnd. .,,5. 1954 OLDS. -
1 nlshed .house. Anr Road. S45 FR 1-3V37 __ Town Country Good running cond. WS. Ronnie :
MAYTAG wringer type washer : :
_month..Phone FR 20235. 835. Call 46J-1W8 Aiachue. 3S40 SW Young 371-501. .. GMC Truck Center 62 RAMBLER '

NEW 3 BR 2 bath brick house 64 HouscBoU. Goo* WJ, two ton paint. Ambassador 400. wide bucket _
t FOR SALE combination cutting 71 TRUCKS 220 N.W. 8th Avt. FR 2-3582 -
with built In range. Large loided with extras for tt a seats. Automatic transmission -
lot 4 miles .. of Univ. T.A.GAPPLtANCtSTested torch with holes. Excellent COftoClition. C .edt.caa.sluvSUa. H&N V radio. heater. AIR CONDIT r
shady '
L = ...
Price 845. 3831 U flIts BCONOLINE
ttaering. -
on 44U S125 per mo. Phone 372- and Guaranteed Motor ION ED. power power ...
St. excellent
Phone U-2744. driven
steering power brakes, like -
29543 42 Refrigerators from S3* up
I low mileage $ PONTIAC WAGON 58 1
9 Ranges from S3* up LOVELY mink collar make 0 new -
BR m bath family room, cape after 4 pjn.FQR Custom Safari new tires shocks
17 Washers from Si* up offer. .42 am. washer rune per : $2295 :
dining" room, walking distance brakes exhaust system. Overall
I Dryers from *4. up fectly 80 baby bathlnett. excellent SALE dtei% $17 DOWN !
to elem. a. |r.-hlgh schools city 2 Food-Freezers from S9> up .cond. 810 FR 2-1783.' etch-up., good ,tli- good condition SSS. 4107 -
park. NE section. SIB p.rmo.I : MW 13th Pi. "
2 Dlshwashera from..* 3-1510. :
Phone 372-1402 before S P. M. 10 TV. Setsfrom S3] up up J U I C ER.ail metal excellent V Classic 1963. white 2- And a FREE Set of Seat Covers 62 RAMBLER

p or 374-5013 after < PJM. JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. '8138/cond. Will Used sell 1 for yr. S45.1g.s price at 912112i2.f' fO TrtcHn door power steering ,R&H. Can on ANY Car You Own! Custom 4-dr. Sedan. automatic I#
Ave-Wv. 372-5303
NW Slit
I 2 BEDROOM unfurnished brickhouses. 41 935 NE 3rd Ave. .or call FR 4- I bo financed or take up pay radio heater air conditioned "
ItO per mo. JOt N. E. USED Maple sofa by Willett S40 3404 after 7 P-m.' ''' I RENT e truck ... ments. ExceL cond. FR 2-5992. 1957 CHEVROLET V-8 automatic power steering. Individ .
2nd Avenue. Phone FR 1-<<165. 39" Bunk-Bed mattresses like hi the USA. I ALPINE I960. $1,500. wagon. ual reclining Mats. A beautiful s'- -

!: 3BR.1W baths central heat new.. 825 for pair. Call FR 2- CAMPING radial arm trailer saw, and HO equipment train ''r 1ItM'901W4teaONE All*. 415 NW 8h call FR 4-78Z4 or see at 324 radio heater power steering, good carl -V. ,.

silo a'mon"1t43 NE 15th -St.McKlnney $ fit, record player; tape out-I 33 Motorcycles N. W. Itth Lane. condition . . . . $595 $1695OPEN ; T
Green Inc. FR 2- er miscellaneous pieces of Ittt. AM-FM radio. .
t 3617. 65 Antiques niture! B-flat clarinet; Is a beautifully basic Clio I Seat belts. White wall tires. 1957 CHEVROLET 4-dr. sedan 6-cylmder. ':. --
ualj TWO e dressier version with 1157 MUTATE ,
several cameras and darkroom LIke new. S1.* S. Call J7M6W. _
; 49 rUonu For Rent, equipment. riding mower set of scarf-eoft neckline. Sew BOTH. ..... running I automatic radio heater . $595 8-8 -
ANTIQUE organ for ..... Cell golf clubs 3-bicycles. See John joy spring with lie what-toweer body repair. 845. Grand Prix. A/C P.s. P/B. :
J 372-4310. Teter, Alachua late afternoonand worries. V I P.W. Radio and heater. $400 down 1956 CHEVROLET Bel-AIr 4-dr. hardtop MON..SAT.
m 50
) NICE room close In. Prh/ate entrance evenings. Printed Pattern 9121: Half Sizes cc and take ever payments. FR i Meet our ..iesmin: Carl I" -
ell channel antenna. Off 66 Misc. For Sal.* 2V4, 1 CYJ, 14V*. 15. 20VW 22V*. tion 4 '.sss. Call I J-J4J4. After 4 ".Me two-tone paint one owner . $595 Davenport. P. O. Holder -
\\
street parking. 431 S.E. 2nd GAS WATER HEATER SIS allowance 24. Size 16V* takes 3V4 yards 39- ILlUS Elmer Miller. Clint Fleming .
,
Place. FR 22582. for your old. costly tooperate inch fabric.FIFTY CUSHMAN /high CHEVY performance Impale 348 sports**. coupe R&H. 1955 FORD Fairlane. new white paint radio end Albert Plant -
i
heater.
electric water CENTS In coins for
ROOMS for men. Weekly maid DOWLING'3 UPHOUTERY, Hot water at about half your this pattern-add IS cents for each hauled running and condition.. I SSOO Cash. Ph. 4-7901. heater. automatic transmission $395 tales manage .V. ,r
service. Linens and refrigerator Chairs low as SS. No money present cost with our LP gas. pattern for first-class mailing PB 4-31M after : blue 195 T.BIrd. full pow. --
furnished. 372-1185. down, low as 85 per month. Ask us. PROPANE SW Archer and special handling. lend to or Including factory .Ir Free estimates pickup and delivery Road. FR 6-SllO. Marian Martin. Gainesville Sun, ttonlng. New tires. Ph. FR 61 VALIANT -
MEN WOMEN Rooms and service. All work 14 il automatic transmission . $495
guaran Pattern Dept., 232 West 18th St.. tut after S:30 p.m. automatic transmission .
apartments near Campus. Day. teed. Phone 376.fl$&. 12 GA. shotgun new Ram. mod. #lew York 11. NY. print plainly V 4-dr Sedan -
Week Month. FR 4-2937 or FR 1100 with "B" grade fiddle back AME. ADDRESS With ZONE SPRING AUTO out the best In your car. 1949 FORD pickup flat bed. runs good. 4* heater titan premium ...
4-1082. GIRL'S heavy bicycle 24" for 820. grain wood In, stock & forearm. SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. Superior Auto painting & body car
Call FR 4-2444 or FR 4-8870. Matching set of Interchange' YOUR FREE PATTERN IS Your with cars pep i work. Fast dependable service speed transmission . . $125 $995 i" ::
up a -
MCE quiet room. carport 8. telephone .able barrels. 24" cyL choke Ii25' READY choose It from 230 de. SERVICE free pickup. delivery. WRIGHT'SBODY ..
or kitchen privilege.. ItO f CU. FT. Phllco refrigerator roe* full choke. Both barrels sign Ideas In new SPRING SUM I WORKS 2031 NW 6th St. ..
weekly. FR 4-1961. aonably clean. 830. Phone 3764382 have vent. ribs ft have Ivory recapping 4 '
MIR Pattern Catalog.. |lust out BOt N. Main. Pit 7515.:1! FR 4-9707. Sixth St. Motors
front sights ft metal middle 60 Chevrolet -
after s P oM. or see at 1113 Dresses, sportswear c..t.
QUIET desirable. In private home.Convenient NE 20th PL ,sights. Engraving on receiver. CHEVY II Station Wagon
to University and Gun is like new. Orlg. cost $281. morel Send 10 cents now. Air conditioned auto. trans., .plssenger station wagon auto :- .
town. See 202 N.W. 12th Terrace. FOR SALE CHEAP. Restaurant will sacrifice for 8210. Call FR 85 radio heater. three seats. 2031 NW 6th Street FR 64664RAMBLERS matic. radio heater low mileage _"
Call FR 4-5368 "210C1.A formica counter and 26 stools .-.,31 after 4 P.M. ft all day 70 Boetf-MarlM qiiiip white side walls 4,000 miles Nice '
equipment. Complete fountain" Sat. ft Sun. Buick, 1961 less than 5 mo*, old. S100 cash. : :.r.
COMFORTABLE front room a and short order equl ment. 5 2* dan. Standard take up payments. Call 372- $1395V .. ..
windows off street parkin gentleman Call FR 2-075 or 2-9J07. MI. CAR REFRIGERATORS. Regular 111fT. oa n-cock pit 0ftIh0N dio heater, -w 1m I to S-37J-S7JI after I ..
only. Call FR 4-S57J. Page. ....so. will sell 4 or more fiberglass boat complete controls condition. 17.800 P.M. V 04 -
at wholesale price. 485 4481. lights. 11 A gal tanks smi Good
ROOMS for rent for gentlemen. ANTIQUE brass plane lamp telephone Breaker Green's General Store. 40 h.p. Johnson tilt trailer, skis car. Phone PR,V '*J BuKk. Beige 59 BUICK -. .
Maid service near the U of P. box. large carved buffet ski ropes, belt life preservers every extra even air. Private LeSsbre station wagon automatic
1128 N. W. 4th Ave. Call FR 44983. mahagony sewing cabinet. DANISH mod. tv. rm. furniture.dmiksg & ladder. $1,100 Phone 372-5738. CHEVROLET 1958 Individual must V settle estate radio. heater power
record cabinet solid walnut table desk b.reo case You can buy FR 2-7000 nights 4 weekends. 7 and brakes. Vinyl I .
steering
single bed.' 2 commodes. Western rugs, dishes, Ironer, t pervflt 16" FIBERGLASS Sea-breeze,. 35 a WMk. Call Bill N. W. 36th St. Etra nice car. .
WANTED mature working lady saddle and bridle. Also odds dishes Ironer, stereo. tlpeno..r hp Evlnrude elee. seminole BF Motors.CHEVY Interior. -
to share 2 BR home In NW section odds ft ends lamps trailer. mos. eld. 81000. 2010N. $ OFFER will buy 195 Olds $995 "
and ends. FR 4-1283 Treasure 55. R it M. radio heater, PB 8. PS. air
.
Phone 4-2024.
with working lady. moving. FR W. 13th St.
3n.m20 after S P.M. Chest at Fairbanks. Turn left shift good cond. Drive It. Phone 3725934. Wide Selection of 6's and V-8's in all series.
at Gulf Station. FOR SALE 10 Admiral refrlger. 1. CABIN CRUISER and triter. to appreciate at 323 NW Uth St.
eter 855. Phone 372-4657. 5..VFR 2448. St. '
Call FR 59 FORD
51-A Wanted Te RentS ALL CHANNEL T. V. antenna FORD S passenger business.
Double stack complete. Nothing ZIG ZAG Ml THUNDERBIRD Boat 14*. 40 CHEVROLET. 1154. coupe red & white leather Interior Country QuIre -pais nger -
else to buy. SIS. Brents.fl SEWING MACHINE SALE H.P. Gale.. Excellent condition. Is going for body solid. 53 fiathoed. station heater .
or more bedrooms. 1 or more Call NW. Ith Avenue. BRAND New S4 .00 UP Very little running time. Mitchell Call Bill new WW tires radio 4 heater. WE HAVE MET OUR QUOTA .tICsrI =", power .'a :
bathroom house.
unfurnished USED Chain Saws 850 New Cabinet 8it UP. tilt trailer. 4 life preservers Mot...... Call 371-7734 days or after I steering and brakes. Factory '
FR 2-9500 after 4 M .m weekdays up.
t. or all day weekends. 4 hp saws 889.95. We repairall. Buttonhole attachments V. ell weather rubber anchor. F\M 3764002. The first 20 days of Merck. 10 Days left. Ridgway air condltlonlno. -. -
CHEVY. 153
PHYSICIAN'S family of three desires chain saw saws rentals.t lawn McCulloch.mowers.Chain 815 Sewing W. Unlv.Machine 374-1075.Service Co. ,AH PR 24484 running or ri7.8995. Phone new brake V pick Volkswagen.VB ,truck. 1 4 owner.pauenger low Motors is, offerinj .the HIGHEST TRADE-IN Allowances $895

3 Bedroom. 2 bath Wisconsin: and Briggs. Stratton THE BEST costs 10 s.. Dry 1. CROSBY,' fiberglass. 50 H.P. tional covers car.good For e mileage. Excellent condition. everlBEFORE.
_home UnfurnIshed. FR 23021. dea""' Florida Saw Co. FR clothes for less with Phltoea Evlnrude. Top windshield and 374-W38 after 4 Phone FR 64151.V No Down Payment V
43411.ANTIQUE. from Full,... Inc. phone Vt tilt trailer. Reasonable. Call Sat. & Sun. .

52 Boarders, Wanted heavily carved walnut 5302. ends.PR 4-741 after t or en week CHiVY I'M 210. YOU BUY GET OUR DEAL 57 FORD. wieew $395 .:< .

library table from the estate of ,ANw: guaranteed Dominionfan AT. excellent Ford 57 PLYMOUTH $195 :. 'I'
Dorothy Dix 8100 or !best offer. with portable stand new In 12' PLYWOOD boat t trailer S75. Price $450. call ON THE LOWEST PRICED AMERICAN 5591'M': .
WOULD like to board the elder.ly. FR 44454.CLOSE. Sept. 1943. $20. Phone FR Call OR 475-2920 Melrose. 57 CHEVY. wagon .
t best In food best In care. S19S. CORVAIR Mania. I Falcon BUILT CAR 59 RAMBLER WI,. 559p"
no bed patients. Reply to box OUT SALE with radio, 11M.
$295
384 A In care of GainesvilleSun. On Wallpaper. tee a Ron GREENHOUSE frame ft shed of 72 OffIce Equipment wall tires. 1,000 Fairlane 55 CHEVY. 4- > -h::
wolmanized lumber. aluminumroof Assume \' 59 OPEL. Sedan $395 '
HARPER PAINT CO. kerosene heater ft tank. GAINESVILLE'S lergett volume office ty. Will consider T-Bird Watch your favorite magazines for Rambler's "
54 Business Rentals 10 SW. 7th St. 372-4364 See after 4 p-m. 3t23 NW 15th supply dealer, ChesnuTs equity. ,Call Many ,more to choose from. -
GE ttotpolnt 1 ton air condition St. Office Equipment Co. Invite. you ext. 33. M -. Fprd $3 Million Surprise Party Coupons!
t to came In and shop or call for <<
WAREHOUSE space tar rent. Located ere 11.000 BTU. 110. Volt. 8100. HOOVER free delivery. Chesnufs Office Chevy 155. Trucks
.
Phone FR 23981. RIDGWAy. .
at 620 S. Main St. Call Equipment Co. 104 W. Unhr. auto. trans r :

JOHN. MERRILL Realtor. FR 15 FIBER glass boat motor & Vacuum like new. was $69. Ave. In Downtown Gainesville. 3122053.Corvair Excellent. Price Used ._,.
21494.OFFICE trailer. 1425.00. Saw mandrel Now $29.
space for rent. Univ. with 20" blade. S ..1tip gas THE KIRBY CO TAX TIME Adding machines and 142 Cars RIDGWAY MOTOR CO. : MOTOR CO.
calculators. New end used. Park
Ave. Main St. 2nd floor 20c motor. 7W table saw. ..Spraypaint 712 N. Main." FR 4-7111 or t-1117 4 speed t r
Cart er's Office Outfitters.
Go Complete
outfit. Racing heater white .
foot. John Merrill Rial- St.
per so. with J-cyU engine. 3-T-Shop, Hway WHY take a chance For rebuilt The only authorized Olivetti lent condition.' Got TOTAL 1132 S. Moln .:
tors. 372-1494.
100 1 mL S. Starke. washers and dish washers or Underwood Agent In Gainesville. 495. Will take 1132 S. Main St. FR 2-8433 FR 2-8433 -
AIR CONDITIONED BICYCLE good condition. Phone for repair service. Call FR 6- Ph 372-2555. 401 W Unlv: _Ave. 4-4009. PERFORMANCESHAW I
NEARLY new modem office or 0267. -
FR 2-2573. 325 N. W. 7th Ter. AT _
location at 3733 West Univ. Ave. A-1 HANDYMAN SHOP 73 Music Merchandise V C -
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Ph. FR 4-2472, Weseman Realty. BRAND NEW 1964 MOBILE
I SUNBEAM electric shaver broken & I
1113 N. Main St. FEDERAL
MODERN HOME I HI-FI fire-side set weei ORGAN SALEOf I
2 OFFICI spaces for rent 2 blankets sandwich grill ft ,hot Christmas Left ysr5. All
1 MI. N.
rooms Meal for front office 1 Automatic sewing machines but plate.' FR 44801. new .(. ?.. Savings up to 30 I] KEETER
1'00I'Iwith back entrance. Will tonholes fancy stitches Etc mattresses.' par cent. Earl's Piano Co. I at City .
with
rent separately or all together. Full size head. SINGLE 4 chests of beds drawers 4 plastic 702 W. Univ. Ave. 312-= CALL 230 W. UniversityFR .BARGAINDAyS
between $88
Call 374-1480 or come see Only
WE
4 end tables 1 coffee '
A.M. end 5 P.M. weekdlYS. 813 W.' Unlv. Ave. 31 -107S table chairs.with S matching end tables ORGAN used. Hammond spinet .1 FOR 2-050)
424 N. Main St.
MACHINE'SERVICE
SEWING 1 platform rocker 1 occas- with tone cabinet. Bar-
3 STORES FOR RENT on South CO. slonal chair, 1 drop leaf table. coin $795. Grldley MusicCo. : =
Main. Phone FR 4-47U or 6- 4 '. mirrors 1 kitchen cabinet iiij-- : :
FR 25353.
7278. WAR surplus mine detector. excellent 1 32" Kenmore space heater FINE THE REST OF MARCH :;.
condition used by with oil drum. 1 34gas .
ModemBuilding HEATHKIT FJVU tuner. Good sensitivity -
6th St.
2117 N. w. .
plumbers 1 treasure hunters range. 1 14 cu. ft. GE refrlger- FAIR
Over 1000 .. ft. good performance. $35. PAINT JOB >
850. Call 374-5347 after 7 P.M. ator with freezer chest across
outlet. zoned Phone 3764009.WALNUT .
office retail
For B".1.Eo or FORMAL wedding fOWIwll.. top.book separate case 4 door.am. table 1 44"lamps open' Spinet prize winner. SOME CARS GOING AT COST
C. (CURLY) KUEHN. JR. size 7. Ortg. cost S15Q win sell
1 floor lamp. FR Save.8200, Early American Maple.
2 pole amps.
'
Broker for half price. Phone 374784.KENMORE Was "' 1. New ", s.EARL'S c'ial
438 N. Main St. TaL PR 4-2032 2.3019.UNUSUAL Spring Sp. AND SOME
PIANO BELOW!
electric: range. 10"wide. BARGAINWatertight co. 102J W. ,
house recently redecorat. Unlv Ave.
LARGE auto. even ft warming V
ed with wallpaper Inside. Zoned compartment. 825. Phone 37- tank. 12' U r W. r H. Det ch.

B-A-1 2111 N. W. ,KUEHN.tit St. JR. 7811FRIGIOAIRE able blower entrance, air pipes.hatchway Designed bunks.as Automotive AH these ....
E. C. .(CURLY) TRY US THIS WEEK! :
Broker Ironer, heavy duty. fallout shelter but usable for 8tandare at: $3995HAWES r

good condition, cost SMO Sell many purposes. List $1.400- now 77 Mobil H.tt for Sale .....
(38 N. Main $. Tel. FR 6-2032. 150. Phone 443-1441. S400. FR 4-2377. '
63 VALIANT 2-dr. V200AT H 14,500 miles.$1795 d=.r :
&
SS GREAT Lakes for sale excellent -

after condition.4 P.M. Phone 272-4400 '63 AMERICAN 4-dr. AT, heater, like new............. $1325 :. =

1 SERVICESHome OBEY THAT IMPULSE. Drive a '63 VW Station Wagon, heater, only 7,000 ml ........ $1645
little to save a lot. Below mar '
t.SI clean. Lake Geneva Trellrs..51t Authorized 62 VW 2dr., sun roof, real sharp ............................ $1395 ..

; RU 100. SE Keystone. POWERSBody '62 TEMPEST 4dr. wagon, radio and heater, nice .... $1595 : -:


t And Business WE BUY Hew 115 Cars S.E.: Shop '61 PLYMOUTH 4-dr. wag. ((2)) PS, PB, R, H, AT AC $1395 ::

USED MOBILE HOMES.Top I '
FR 61 PLYMOUTH 4-dr.Savoy, AT, R&H, V-S ........ $995
dollar paid phone 374-<57t.
i---- 611 SW IreSt.. '61 OLDSMOBILE 4-dr. 88 PS AT ::
PB R&H
Broker nice $1595
ADVERTISE IN THE Bulldozing Mortgage S x 30' MOBILE home newly Used Cars: ,

SERVICE DIRECTORY j loader constructed.5 mln. from 10 campus.x 20 Town cabana.. a> 2001 N.W.' FR 2-0518 '60 RAMBLER 4-dr. wagon, OD, heater .................... $890 i
bulldozer
SMALL :
PORDYCE and Associate. Inc. FR '- ;
truck*, fill dirt. lime rerc-. Convention and F.H.A. loans Country Trailer Lodge. ''Ph.- '60 DODGE 4-dr. PS PB A/C AT. radio & heater $845
U. Phone J71-7WA. ToJ with low rites end long term 374-2841 W. A. Kelly._------- -__ 5 ... ""

a ,loans our specialty. Quick ceur AIR conditioned Sflf x 10 mobile '60 PLYMOUTH 2-dr. hardtop AT V-8 R & H sharp $1095 ::
.._ _. _ teous. confidential service. Call home. Set UP with 20 x 10 awnIng. V
hot; ... 3K-1234 er come by *M West and SO TV antenna en '60'NEW YORKER 4-dr. HT PS PB A/C AT R&H $1595 : .:
..
r Free 01111\ ::Diversity Avenue. Grace Fertfvce. shady lot In Hickory Hltt. Reedy DODGEDART'sedan ,

_) Jotvwon._ _FR_ _642"_ Realtor for excellent Florida ene.Jvtf: '59 IMPERIAL 4-dr. R & H
HT PS PB A/C"AT $1245
MI,. 8X250. Call FR .44548 ::=..

Snll Carpentry PAINTING PJM. '59 PLYMOUTH 4-dr. AT heater V-8 nice $795

Gladys _ _ PAINTING. Also Screens repaired I NOW SHOWING Hearer $ *l QOS O I waqon. : =

Sm115 GRADY CABINET WORKS 61253.replaced. Phone I 1944 MOBILE HOMES Floor (Includes J. Fir I '58 BUICK 4-dr. HT PS, PB, R & H, A/C, AT ............ $745 : ..
W343 I 2 and 3 bedrooms all

i Custom Ings refinlshing built cabinets and and spraypainting moldFR. I If your Plans.budget.Terms Drive tailored a little to meet end SPECIAL AT '58 "CHEVROLET 2dr., heater 6 cylinder, economical <*45 .I' .. !:


183 E. University 371-blJ Avenue Plumbing eve riot CONNOLLY at 5-YEAR OR 50,000-/v\ILE WARRANTY 'PLYMOUTH 2-dr., HT, ((2)) AT, R & H, nice .... $395 ', w

f Phone SEWER INSTALLED Mobile Home ...... V Inc. ., >>
I WORK wanted: Carpenter desires NEW used fixtures complete t .Miles Norm on U. S. 441 Poole-Gable Motors, 1a..
plumbing service "BIO" JIM .
work. Repairs fM'OdIIl. Phone 422-4144 i

t Conditioning Ph. ...-,," ,. _Inc.HUGULEY._ _FR M58_ _Gainesville. _Plumb_ McMURRAY V Closed Mobile Sundays Home. Sates.01S (Dodge-Dart-Dodge Trucks) i $$$ SPECIAL $$$ -

'
f L _-_ _ _ Cosmetics .......... er house wide,'trailers 1 or 2 from BR,- used 11.tfS1 lake 119 S.E. lit Aye. 372-4345 I '63 PLYMOUTH FURY 4-dr. hardtop, power steering, radio _A. :

(ci -ART 1AU. Air conditioning" An HOUR OF BEAUTY will make NEED A NEW FlerWe room car.port office Trailer. for rent or sale.. & heater automatic V-8 air conditioning. : iI.
I (Hot Air-Hot wittr) toeting. and e "new youet MERLE NOR patio, $screened% porch, 3 mL So. of Starke en SOU 944esn. ;...
rtrlgMtlon. Ph. jn-IUi. U MAN COSMITICS STUDIO. etc? Call now and get It dIM Greene Oaks Restaurant.
Years Ixperlence. Learn professional make-vp for the summer months. Call I $2895
secrete by trained beauty is- -BIG SALEV I.
37MOM after 5 ,.Me for free .
tI
pert 511 W. Unlv. A- .FR .
Strvice estintatas.FASCiNATiNG SATISFACTIONTODAY
Appraisal 24124. CONTINUES BUY
"
BUILDING remodeling painting
_ _
profession lagerto block end cement work. Goodwork. r ifV
ARNOLD learnt $464p.fi,.11fy you Coed prices. Phone 4ieMrs. > We Will I
PUB B. may earn week Mile .. .
training for advancement: TOMORROW

\ RIAL tSTATR IIItVICI APPUISAL.1ft call "374.100.PIRI .capacity. For appt. _ _ $$$ SPECIAL $$$ -


mt W. UNIV. Ave. PH sn-sm EXTINGUISHERS Upholstery Not Be 63 METEOR _. $2395 61 MERCURY Sins '60 OLDSMOBILE. 2-door automatic, power brakes, heater.'o-

Appliance Repairs UPHOLSTIIt.our. furniture at STUDEBAKER $1995 _RAMBLER $1395
FIRE 61 .
_ _ FLORIDA reasonable prices. Call laity.EXTINGUISHER Undersold
__ CO. Experienced. FRtt.. $1045 ;
62 CORVAIR $1395
A.1 HANDYMAN SHOP Sales' end Service V 60 COMET .-. $1045

First In Air Conditioning end AH types of Fire Extinguisher" ,Sewing-AlterationsSEAMSTRESS M x 10 2 bedroom 1944 fully 62 FALCON $1395 ; -
Appliance Reeetn. FR KMT. Pick UP and delivery service _ _ furnished Mobile. Home delivered :: :60 iMEICURY_. ._$1295 I
c. R. Thomas Ph. 37M tfGalnetvine I ao sewing of ill M! ,.. twtaistU-vtfir, 62 COMET $1495 .
:: BUICK $1295
59
Serv. Fla.Mortgage kinds I Dressmaking. Mrs W
Parker Appll. 62 $TUMtAKER $1295 G.WWARRANTY
C AsbolL 34M N.W. ]J* Torrace. : YEAR

I Ice.Expert Prompt.MaJor Efficient Appliance Sery.1. Broker ._37KM8.Senrmfi_ _. _. $3388MHMA 62 VW. ._ $1395 59 CADILLAC $2195 I .

_courteous_ _yn-tat_ _ PItA end conventional at lowest MachhM .MISIJP- *. Many other 61 CHIVY . $1395 59 DOMI . $795 t I ,. SEE' ,' 'C"
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;,4' month World's NEW will YORK Fair be, symbolized'opening(AP) next The by Sensational SaYingst ill P1i1 Florida-Wide: \ 1 Pin IL1IOtJII!


the Unisphere,which stands for -" .
n, peace through understanding.
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: For years visitors will remember -
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globe,showing all the continents fM!
:i and with three orbital rings.

r There have been more than
; 30 world expositions since the
'. first was held in London in 1851 4
. and each has tried to be a little

;. more tastic lavish than the, dazzling preceding.and fan- I This Week Only! -


. The first fair was staged in
an immense and remarkable

.. dubbed building the of Crystal iron and Palace glass and, Du Pont TEFLON Removable Oven Liners FBEE 102I

erected in London's Hyde Park.
I I It.ii ovrn limr -napr out to niak. on t-lcaiiin a-irr than < \.r l for- po-iM, ruinato- .looping and hon't
I It was made of 300,000 panes Dt.oa\ a> u.ll.. -iii.-IK .,%, ., 1-anrr-. Mirarlr Dul'ont T.-fl.m Imi-li ih. ..mh I.urn ,n ,7r -tuk
) of glass and was so large-as of
long as six football fields-tha PACKAGES
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Opened by Queen Victoria,the t C
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from the beginning, attractingsix i
million spectators during its (;

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There were 100,000 exhibits :t: f -- $ 102 packages of frozen food with the purchase of
and a multitude of fountains, YOUName this deluxe
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freshen the atmosphere. A new i
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The French International Exposition -
in Paris in 1855 offered
immense exhibition space in
two big halls, many fine art displays -
and a fountan that eject. HOTPOINT.. .
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President Ulysses S. Grant
opened the Philadelphia Centen- i L a. r GENERALELECTRIC
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the first of the really"mammoth
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and more than 100 smaller I 'N .a, .r.
ones occupied 60 acres.
. The Gallery of Art still sur- 2 J I
vives and was the home of the -.
Philadelphia eUIl\. until it -
moved to its present site.... ,
,10' The nearly 10 million visitors I ght.er.Set of 4 .Hand painted Mixing Rio >
got a look at':'another dev in NEW"arcal :
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!. 934-foot Eiffel Tower'went up as I .omhination No Trade-In Needed-Name Your Own Terms!
i the center attraction and the
world's tallest structure.
Visitors to Chicago's Columbl
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electric light powered by a new
generator created by George : "
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" A tragedy marred the show.
President McKinley was shot by "
an assassin at the Temple of
w Music on Sept. 6 and died eight

days later. NO FROST FREEZER IN THE


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