Gainesville sun
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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: April 1, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000098505
oclc - 01446379
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System ID: UF00079931:00084
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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1 .i1.: _By CLARK MOLLENHOFFj criticized by Democrats and There was testimony that Bak lion of facts to a federal agency Md., which Baker- owned in a \ $3.:j.t

Cowles Washington Bureau "'Action Was Republicans, most of the criticism er obtained a 1100,000 "loan" the Small Business Ad- partnership with the Novaks. 'I ;
WASHINGTON The Justice DelayedBy has been aimed at alleged from a Silver Spring,.Md. bank ministration and that this Also, in the last week, Senator -' 'e
= Department will launch a grand improprieties rather than acts with the; provision that this John J.Williams (&r. Del) !y

..a. jury investigation of the activities Senate that might be in violation of money would be simply trans- constitutes an, indictable of- has pointed out on the Senate

,, 1-' of Robert G. (Bobby) Bak- Hearingeral federal law. ferred to one of his bank accounts -' fense.' floor that the name of Milton !x

I \4 er-within the,next two weeks. While serving in the Influential but that he would haveno It has also been pointed out Hauft, an accountant, was
<*! According to government position as secretary to right to withdraw the, mon that Baker has engaged in a forged on the federal income

'.'':;1' sources, the grand jury investigation !- Robert F. Kennedy and his of Coumbia, which means that the majority, Baker boosted his ey. It was testified ,that Baker number of misrepresentations tax returns of the Carousel i,

.. of the Baker case has top aides are now trying to de- either a Maryland or District of net worth from approximately then took the bank statement to Mrs. Gertrude Novak, the widow tel, which were filed by .

,; been delayed until the Senate termine 'whether' to start the Columbia federal grand j jury $11,000 in 1954 to an estimated showing the $100,060 deposit of Baker's former business er., Senator Williams, the

.11+, Rules Committee completed its grand,jury probe in Baltimore, could have jurisdiction. $2 million in 1963. and used it as evidence of avail- partner. Some of these trans- who started the Senate j.t

_ *.., hearings to avoid any complaint Md., or in Washington, D.C. Baker has been engaged in a Republican members of the able investment money in obtaining -. actions took place in the District gation of Baker last j.h

...::.. that the Justice Department and Many of the business activities wide, variety of outside bus- Senate and House have placed a $54,000 loan from the of Columbia in Baker's office states that Baker is 2)i

I ,- the grand jury were interfering .of Baker, the former secre- iness activities while employedas particular emphasis on several Small Business Administration. or at his home, and others for these forgeries since

.Z;: with the,congressional inquiry. tary to the Democratic majority the $19,500- a-year secretaryto areas where they contend that Republicans have contended took place in Maryland at the ed the tax returns. ;

e4 Jt Is reported by usually reliable ,of the,Senate, took,place the:Senate majority. While Baker may be in violation of the that Baker's action amounts to home of the Novaks or at the Senator Williams, : 1.Fair

,w-_,.,__ sources that Attorney,Gen- 5n Maryland and lathe District many of his activities have been federal laws. a fraud and a misrepresenta.Brazilian- Carousel Motel at Ocean City, (See BAKER on Page :

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-, By JEAN CARVER red to wait until today to buya :. b'ae .
I' Y's Staff Writer cheaper'half year license. + '.rsT.sOl' f.a''py k' S, f 3'w'

C .':w ,"No foolia" thirsty tipplers Sheltie McKinney reported '".'...,"'.,> .. ,
today found that the substance these half-year licenses boughtby .
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\ in their glasses was for real, mid-morning: L ; ; ?"; d .;d.X?rY?ko o.J N,F, tr r" vyc $ !' Alternate Military '
( .:' not just an April fool prank. Tom Sawyer' Motor Inn, U.S. E a xJ( jt 4; I4Ff
441 south of Gainesville.
+ Liquor dealers"who have been Aides
j ,-..... 'six months sift B and B. Package Store, Hawthorne JoinInsurgents
watching nearly 301
Y Bridge
Y" :xurA :" ia9ne
through the hourglass since the
Schenck's Restaurant, Waldo.
3 wet-dry election
September :
Fred Lewis' Locker Room 205
t ._', changed the dry status of the S.E. lit St. Plan SoughtCounty

',: :' county began buying the more Page's Package Store 2133 Y ; RIO DE JANEIRO APA ,
: *: popular! half '- year liquor lie V revolt
:7 N.W. 6th StRosallo's Commissioner Edgar to oust President Joao
:.-* censes this morning. Y kx Johnson .: ,._ Goulart gathered
Restaurant, U. S. yesterday, asked speed today.
,I; There were few takers for 441 south of Gainesville. the county to allocate between : .< Declaring Brazil will never
the full year licenses when Thirsty Gator, 633 N.W. 13th $5,000 and $6,000 for alternate' become another Cuba, army,
I they were first announced plans for a $90,000 bridge on ri y tor. navy and state political lead ..

March 17. Most dealers prefer- St.At least one bar, ,the Thirsty aFf + U. S..301,Lochloosa Slough.He %4q xa; ers deserted Goulart. The .,J \I

Gator, was scheduled to have asked that contractors bid ,rebels said their army columns

N its glasses shined and ready for ding on that segment of the marching on Rio de Janeiro ..

use this,afternoon highway's four-laning work be y.x were being joined by soldiers '
n x : = 6.a Owner Sam Darby said. this asked to prepare their bids two sent out by Goulart to repel

morning carpenters were still a. ways-:-one with the small span them.

busy,building his package store .at currently planned and the other GOULARTShe.Was Firing was reported in Rio :..

but said the bar: would be. open with a larger bridge that would itself. Some soldiers in famed t

,f business, "just as soon as we allow small boats to travel. Copacabana fortress, in the .

,.... 'caq this afternoon Y under the highway. : fashionable beach. and apartment 1
The tax collector's office, Johnson said the larger'bridge section of Rio proclaimed '.

which sis responsibl or selling will be needed if'state officials '- their solidarity with the rebels.
n the licenses after _they ,are, issued authorize linking the proposedlake Ready ,Tc; ,Shortly afterward, firing be-
roy by the State.Beverage Pe Ronnie Friedman isn't .fudging;: bul bCw.knuckling: in Payne's'Prairie and the : tween the fort and soldiers on

partment, said more of the licenses down" early, for a crack at the glassies in next 'week'sannUal Cross,Florida Barge,CanaL nearby hill broke out, a radio I

would probably arrive. -in Boys Club, Marble Tournament.: (Sun photo He said timing is important; Go To JailST. station source reported. He said ,

the late morning mail. by Eddie Davis). since ,State ,Road Department one officer and nine soldiers \..

,officials want the 301 four-laning AUGUSTINE (AP) Police were wounded when the reEelr ,
work to be ready for bids by quickly broke up another took over the fort.

late May and the State Recrea- march of Negro school children In a series of broadcasts! ,
Quake ,
Casualty Figures .tion Council is not scheduled to today and the civil rights fight rebels claimed seven of Brazil's 0

'. ____ discuss linking the Orange Lake that sent the mother of the 27 states had rallied to their -_ v

\ ',: ; Watershed, with the canal until Maccach tts governor to jail banner in a drive to "lift the ;,; '..

HOLLAND Revised Advances" C mid-May.. raged on in this ancient city. Red yoke" from BraziL 'J
Mop- Up His foes
; "I think it would be a wasteof charge Goulart is
,"fc to either About 60 Negro student, some leading the country of 71 million -
money begin con- in their early teens, were stopped inhabitants .
$ HollandSpeak ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP- determined, .Figures, gathered missing and resumed dead struction or actually build a by city and county police by nationalization to of communism; ;;

"...., ,', -- New chilling stories of earth- independently by various state plus 55'bjuredThe bridge and then have to tear it with trained dogs shortly after dustry private in- .
.. expropriation of
.. -- and tidal Coast Guard had 'out," Johnson told members of land
quake wave terror agencies, changed constantly.It one they had moved out of the Negro and his demand to legalize the :
.o mingled with constantly changing may be weeks' before an death, at its Cape St. Elias station the county commission yester- district. Communist
; party. Goulart
casualty figures and prom- accurate count of the dead 'can which was not included in day afternoon.He he is says
ises of aid for the stricken areasof be obtained. the civil defense figures. There noted it was likely that About 40 'were loaded into a the lot working to improve ',

:!... .Here Friday Alaska today. State, civil defense said its were unofficial reports of single the bridge will be built with large truck and hauled off to peasants.of 20 million illiterate ,.

The loss of life was still un count showed 19 dead and 77 deaths elsewhere. state primary highway funds jails already crowded with Ne As Goulart ;

-.' Sen, spessard'' Holland win Additionally; there were unofficial rather than county monies if groes and whites arrested ear- forces loyal to sought him to rally .
,wr' fpeak Friday at the Ala c baa reports of 31 persons miss- the project is ,approved by the lier after demonstrations which berto Castello Branco, Gen. Humri;

"'Z.-::County Mental Health Assoda- Please LBJJ ing who did not show on the recreation council. began over the Easter weekend. the chief of
army general staff, and two ,
: civil defense list including 23 at Johnson's recommendationwas
_ !' lion.. annual banquet The 20 others, guarded by policemen other high commanders declared ..,.',
I Holland Chenega, 5 at Port Ashton and questioned by Commissioners
honor -
will had
The association holding the dogs, they to the
--'- swung j1fi
I 3 at Port Nellie, Jan. Jack Durrance and Sid
: reception at the University danced and clapped in the street rebel cause
il! a.e at a In Anchorage the state's largest Martin, asking that action be i'
:.*: Inn at 630.. The dinner Take It Easy! ,and sang, "We want freedom." Rebel broadcasts said the vanguard ; ,t',
deferred week the
{ Friday city,> a bright spring sunwarmed a so com- '
r ; is scheduled for 7:30 Some of the more boisterouswere of the 2nd Army commanded '"""t' .
wreck- mission could it five-
\. crews removing study as a
fl night loaded into a car and by Gea. Amaury Kruel
: JOHNSON CITY, Tex. (AP- LBJ Ranch to the hairdresserone age from the Friday evening man committee. taken while policemen and a force of 3o,0401ed by Gel .
: will discuss the coordination away
Holland quake. Johnson asked that the matterbe
Memo from the White House estimated her driver .
** federal, stateand' day smiled and waved goodbye to Olimpio Mourao, commander of '
:..".** between mental bealth or- press corps to the man in the was zipping along at 75 to ,80. By this morning, most debris, given immediate consideration them. the 4th Military Region at Belo ;...:;
county had been cleared. Workmenwere explaining that engineering -
White House: Please ease up on In New York, the World-Tele Horizonte, were converging on !
'r .ganizations.The the throttle; it's a tough job gram and the Sun, in a story preparing to remove what plans for the larger bridge Mrs. Malcolm Peabody, the72yearold Rio de Janeiro to try to depose :.
business items of value they could from need to be prepared immediately Massa.
program Includes a trailing a president and an Impossible from Johnson City, 'quoted an mother of Goulart
-w_ meeting conducted by Pres- one at 75 miles an hour. unidentified veteran White condemned buildings and start if the project is to ,include chusetts Gov. Endicott Peabody, Downtown Rio was virtually '1

'" ident Sidney Martin with ,a reSort Besides, with the traffic House photographer as sayinghis the mammoth job of reconstruction. alternate plans. politely declined brealiast today deserted this morning as a general ...,*
..-.* mental health essay afttr spending "a good night"in strike
on the casualty figures what they are, own speedometer read 90 as called by the Com '.4i
".....< by Mary Cox a n1natlng In Washington federal agen- jail for her efforts on theNegroes' munist-dominated ]
contest we'd all breathe a little easier he,"was keeping up" with John- general confederation ;1t
by J. cies charged with meeting the behalf.
>:,"" committee report if you'd confine your haI:drive son's car after church Sunday.The of workers in support ,
C. Adkins Jr., discussion of the lag to your White House desk. newspaper also sid that emergencies of natural disaster WHERETO "Everybody has been fine," of Goulart paralyzed transport
under orders from Presi-
fair scheduled Ap- were "
health The chief of the
.-1L mental Not that drive Saturday the Presi- said tall white-haired wife Commercial
and special anyone can exactly on a dent Johnson to hurry relief. the ,
Muriel .
Aviators Union ..
Awards be made by Martin. prove Lyndon B. Johnson is a bit dent was reported to have covered Supplies were being rushed to FIND IT of a retired Episcopal bishop."I went on the government :
1 1 to network to urge pacts! :
heavy footed when he gets be- his speedometer with his the ravaged south central section had a good night.

.',_* New officers for the year will hind the wheel of his big luxurycar. broad-brimmed hat when a pas- of the state in a giant air Comics . . 21 Racial demonstrators often refuse navigators and other, commer. '.,

.;; be elected. But newsmen found over senger remarked that the needle lift by military and commercial Classified . 25.27 to eat in jail and Mrs. Pea- (See BRAZIL on Page 2)) -.
.. ':: -Rev., William E. Shea pastor the Easter holiday that when was pointing, to 85. planes. Entertainment 24
of than 100
Tof ]Highlands Presbyterian they trailed him at 60 to 65 The matter was brought up to The Air Force, Navy and Military Obituaries . 2 body,arrested one more:Tuesday in per-this
will give the invoca- miles hour they were only White House secretary . 4 sons
Church, an press Air Transport Service flew Opinion Page ,of ancient racial barriers, NEWSPAPER :. ,
doing exactly that-trailing. George Reedy. He said he was to both Anchorage and Kodiak. Sports . 15,16 city the others in turning

:r Tickets are $1.75 and are on If this weren't cause enoughfor unaware of it if the, Presidentwas Four commercial airlinesSee A Women . .' 3 down joined a breakfast of sausage, SELLS

**!,i sale at Canova Drugs and Wise dismay, a reporter who tried hitting the reported 80 or ,coffee and bread.
.*...*. Drug Store. to trail :Mrs.. Johnson from the 85. ( QUAKE on Page 2) grits, TELEVISIONs
't' .
'" s[Mr. E. W. Johnson was very a s

I i iI"Free" Car Safety Check Under Way :. "Veo ad.lines' Using ed for with 10 our his days SPECIAL classified! at $2.00 of wont 4 -.0'4'

f =*': .- Mr. Johnson canceled after the .
of automobile
( 'k :: By NANCY SPIEGEL "Your car develops, symptoms also. But the average person However Haythorne said he felt that the major portion second day when he sold hu "

I ..w..i will not see' or feel them. owners were not reached. portable television! to the first III
t*: examinations for automobiles" began today as "This brought about the idea of the Gainesville Safety Circle,
"Free physical Haythorne pointed out that from 40 to 70 per cent of automobile caller.
"* the Gainesville Safety Circle opened a year-round safety inspec- accidents are "caused by"' or "CO tributed to" by mechanical sad Haythorne. Gainesvi11eAssociation ;
within the
""-* Lion and education campaign. The Gainesville Safety Circle'originated RCA TV.. portable with sans Us 1
i ... ; said failure and defect of Insurance Agents Safety Committee and with the man 2 years old. all tad cubes rafaced. r
of the
t, :,. :Keith Haythcrne, coordinating chairman program, "People who own automobiles, by and large know little about' with the Gainesville Chapter of Independent Garage -. Excellent condition. PbcnaW2S1 I I'

;;. that the examinations are'open to the public,, and will be free year- mechanically. Nor,do they have a knowledge of the possible Owners cooperation and the Galpesvi le-Alachua: Citizens Safety Council he ex- *.

round. causes cf accidents brought:about by mechanical defects." .

1 ."* -:Their purpose Is to cut down accidents caused' by,automobile de- Thus," Haythorne continued, "It becomes apparent that the plained.The Safety Circle, plans not only to ,inspect cars but to run a Economical Sun Wont."

7, eels that a car owner may not even be aware of, he said. the only means,of ,saving lives by avoiding mechanically defect accidents safety education campaign. Hayt erne said that plans are under Work hard at such low cetts.
'L .'According to Haythorne, the program is designed "
is safety inspection. to distribute information through radio stations, newspapers, Place your family want-ad on
} Mf4: that like human beings, are not infallible. way
aware cars, )
public The ,Junior Chamber Commerce was a forerunner in voluntary lectures forums asd discussions. -the 6 to 12 day low rote plan!
not cot
i: examinations. Why
"People have periodic physical National Beck is directing driver training students
safety inspection under the guidance of the Safety Presently the Safety
rked Haythorne." It is far more important to have a car Coil us today 3728441..
at fee schools and junior highs
Council, according to Haythorne.Their in visually chug cars high I
examined because it maim or kill ,. family, and other s '"of a
I can yoa your we Proof ResulJ
i ::;.*perms in one instant of'terror. But, a defect in the body usually ,' efforts.have grown to.,'the point. where. some states have around, Gainesville'Thursday and Friday of this k. ,f .. '. ... "
'* (See SAFETY ea Page 2)
." gives you advance notice symptoms.. compulsory inspection. :r'

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I i On Laos = Page 1 Pancakes > Sizzle! I

): Okayed 1'" j "Later on we hope to work

I C Fair through Thurs with the Jaycees by asking themto

f \ By PETER ARNETT' Khanh reportedly won Phou- Low tonight In 40s, high. give lectures to the schools How do you prepare breakfast success. Everyone knows that

), SAIGON, South Viet Nam mi's approval to a plan under [N' ; 70 to 75. Variable lathe_ area on safety education," for 2,500 people? Simple. the money raised at Pancake

I (AP-South Viet Nam has which Vietnamese raiding'parties carried: 15 mile winds becoming "4' s said Haythorne. Just cook 700 pounds of sausage, Day will build us a better Boys'

\ I I reached an understanding with can strike into Laos against and Thursday.: : Further plans also hope to order 60 pounds of coffee Club and the volunteer dedication -
I forces Communist tar- enough pancake mix to fin a toward this project Is most
the leader of rIght-wing ffedesignated this Include close work with the
Partly cloudy and mild "
In Laos that will enable Vietnamese tonight and Thursday. Low hIghway patrol, sheriff's office good size room, plenty of sugar, heartwarming, he said.
gets.Elements In 50$. high Thursday M to 150 pounds of butter, 70 gallonsof Pancake eating will only bea
troops to strike inside of Phoumi's 50,000- gency; Variable S to 15 mile winds this and police departments.
Laos against Communist Viet man rightist army operate along to and tonight becoming sou syrup, and a dairy full of part of the day's activities,
33rd relief I to It miles per hour Thurs Haythorne said that the results milk.If Hancock pointed out A carnival -
bases and supply routes the Vietnamese border. His
\ Cong under y.D of the camgaign! plannedto you're expecting that many to keep the kids entertained
Informed sources reported to Infantry Battalion is at an outpost Fair through Thursday. Low
the what .41 to 55. high Thursday to last at least one year, will for breakfast this Saturday save .will be going on all day long on
f day.This development was said to Vietnamese a stone'so outpost throw of Lao Bao.: Mostly becoming northwest northeasterly a to II Thors--mil. be> statistically compiled and yourself some time and bring the Boys' Club lawn. Game and
recent : presented> to the state legislaure. -them out to the Annual Boys' refreshment booths, will be operated
resulted from a Informed sources' said Khanh
i have F G H I Fair through Thurs- .
Club Pancake at the Clubhouse by Boys' Club staffers
; meeting in Dalat, the South argued that his plan to root the waves. mld-TOs. Variable 5 to 1$ mile i Day i -
i becoming northeast Thursday. "Our ultimate on Waldo Road Club I and volunteers. = Z
between The goal. stated I says
Vietnamese hill station Viet Cong out of South Viet Nam -
i vice Home Fair through Thursday. Low GAINESVILLE WEATHER Hay thorne, "Is c mpuIs ry director Mike Kreska. I Jacksonville television 'per
the succeed if Communist
rightist premier
can only Ms on beach 50s Inland. High
Nosavan mld-TOs. VarUbia mostly -Municipal Airport readingsfor state inspection. We hope thatif Kreska says that it will take sonality "Ranger Hal" will bea
Phoumi ,
\ Gen. and in Laos
bases routes
V supply 5 to 15 Iftl!. winds becoming
24 hours to 8 a.m. today; Gainesville's is all of the ingredients listed special guest for PancakeiDay
1 and South Viet Nam's strongman out of action. gency \ 10 to>> II miles per hour response
\ premier, Maj. Gen. Ngy. are These put include the Ho Chi Minh speed High 66 at 4 p.m., low 42 at I strong enough the legislature above and more to serve the this year, Director"Kresl :|ays.
nity Fair through Thursday. Low 4-5 a.m. No Rain. will pass such a bill." crowd expected to attend the "Ranger Hal" will be at the
yen trail, an ill-defined maze of jungle mld-60s high Thursday mid-
the North to>> northeast IB to II mile ALMANAC At present the program Is all-day event. Club most of the day to sign
beena Sunrise tomorrow ..... 4:17 ajn.
which has
I: ; trails long : tiDn Sunset today ............ 4:41 p.m. limited to radio and newspaper Who is going to cook all that autograph cards, and make
supply route from North VietNam ELSEWHERE The Moon rises .........11:04 pjn.. food? several tours of the carnivalarea.
advertising to educate the I
Starts tonight and Is at Apogee. public
High Low Preclp.
:\: April to the Communist guerrillas. 65 a Highlights of the phenomena In the and inspections, he said. "Volunteers do it all," Pancake The television performerwill
skies above In April will be the ap
70 el -
I said it 66 45 .- pearance of Mercury this week and The cars Inspected and approved Day Chairman Bob Han- also sing with the Boys'
Mostly Dry Phoumi reportedly gave his; a Orleans' '. 70 n 40 3* .-.:. the 'Increasing of Venus throughout prominence the and entire brilliance will be. given a Safety cock says._ "The workers will] Club cyair: at a special performance
consent to Khanh's proposal 34 24 month. Circle, similar to the emblemon come early and stay late to do beginning at 6 p.m.

; By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS I only if the raiding parties werelimited York ton 38 43 24 32 .10- Thursday CEDAR- High KCT et- TIDES S.C1 e-m. end the garages acting as Inspection their part in making the day aMore at the Club
Showers sprinkled areas in the! in size, were in hot pur- and in 35 26 4:54 pjn. Low at 10:04 pja and 11:11 stations.
City. 63 42 ,p m.
I far West and rain end snow suit of Communist Vietnamese, suiting t* 41- MARINS FORECAST "The theory behind the circleis
I fell in Eastern sections but and if the targets were -desig-- The Worth Angel W 79 58 54 .28- 1$EAST knots GULF becoming: Variable northeast winds to S cut to that if you have had your
started with nated In advance. 59 40 12 10 to II knots Thursday. Fair. car inspected .
April today dry dustry recently by a competent '\
4 I weather In most other parts of Phoumi also reportedly insisted than $ mechanic following a detailed BakerHugh --
\ the nation. that he wanted no part of a Inspection guide, you

i Cold weather continued In sections military alliance with VietNam. would have placed yourself withIn -

of the Northeast but temperatures a move that could bring down the safety of that circle," FrOlll Pagcj

I 1 moderated in the the Laotion coalition govern- last <@bttuartt Haythorne explained.

J i Southeast after two days of unseasonably ment. For that reason Informed< rived "These Inspections will not Scott (Rep., Penn.) and :after President Lyndon BT JOB>

t. freezing weather sources said, Laotian troops will The be like the watered down Inspections Senator Carl Curtis (Rep., son came to power, and in same .

i which caused, millions of dollars not participate in any actions 80-foot TERRELL 'and Mrs. Doris Harrison of required in some Neb.) have also raised questions -respects there Is even more:f
; damage to early spring vegeta.I with the Vietnamese. Jacksonville; two sisters, Mrs states," said Haythorne, '-'Weintend about the federal income I
away sentment of sugge
I and peach crops. There also is no likelihoodthat Services for Maggie Prevatt of Jacksonvilleand to hold nothing but thor- tax returns filed by Baker. They today any
ega ion that the Baker Jnvesttga
Readings were near zero in the U.S. government will of the _James Terrell, 72-year- Mrs. Emma Prevatt of ough extensive examinations." have placed considerable emphasis lion would be allowed to""'die?

1' parts of northern New England, let American military advisers by retired farmer, will be to- Florahome; seven grandchildren ]- The inspection, lasting approximately on the fact that Baker without being presented i tofa
I some 30 degrees! below norma) enter Laos with the Vietnamese at 1 p.m. and two great-grandchil thirty minutes, con did not produce documenta-federal grand jury. n :=: I/{
i marks. There was a warming raiders. She F. Oland Wilson will dren. sists of four main points: "Dri- ion for sizable deductions onus I ,-
\' I trend in the Midwest fter several The South Vietnamese govern the graveside services vision," examining everything income tax returns. Also, While I President Johns W-i

days of abnormally cold ment has long wanted some kindof Melrose Cemetery. Funeral services will be held< from windshields to lights; "Dri-, they have pointed to a $40,000 name became involved in some
spring weather. border agreement with both swept" lifetime resident, he died Thursday at 11 a.m. at the First ver-bility," checking the car's lump sum for "fees" that was aspects of the Senate investiga-
The showers in the West Cambodia at Bradford County ,Baptist Church with ,the Rev. steering, brakes, tires, gears; listed as income by: Baker with- ion of the Bobby Baker case,
i splashed the length of the Pacific Laos and neighboring out of In Starke. He was born W. A. Hogan officiating. Burial "Driver Safety," seat belts out further explanation. Senator there has been no allegationthat
\ I'' Coast and extended into to stop Communist infiltration.Ithanli the[ l< Campville. will be in Kingsley Lake Cemetery and seats; and "Auto-General, Williams has stressed that the the gift of the Magnavox

some inland areas, bringing is known to be tryingto said. include his widow, under the direction of De- which Includes everything from Internal Revenue Service has stereophonic set to President
much-needed moisture to Western reach an agreement with the '" Guthrie Terrell; seven Witt C. Jones Funeral Home. the ,car's frame to pedal condi., an obligation to determine the Johnson represents any'serious

river valleys.In Cambodian chief of state, Prince went Corbett, Keystone tions. source of this large amount of legal problem for the Wilt te
for "hot '
the East, rain fen in the Norodom Sihanouk, a I the ; Arlee Terrell and Haythorne pointed out that accidents money. House. It Is a political problem.

Middle Atlantic States while pursuit" agreement under whichKhanh's even John Thompson, Melrose; Speaker have been caused by, In the House as well as the \
I snow flurried In sections of Ohio forces could follow VietCong Crescent City; Mrs. Cliff- such minor mechanical defectsas I Senate, attention has been call- \
in the [More About .
and Pennsylvania. guerrillas operating Jordan, Palatka; Mrs. Rob a smooth brake pedal ed to the fact that Baker listed
Temperature in most of the Mekong Delta when they cross Ford Bunnell and Mrs. Mil Award Goes Haythorne hopes that people: his 24-year-old secretary, Car-

Southeast generally were in the. into Cambodia. Talks collapsed Drake, Orlando; three bro! will have their cars inspected at: ole Tyler, as his "cousin" on an Brazil

40s and 50s, some 10 to 20 degrees recently after the South Vie miles.'B Albert, Hawthorne; and To Collins least twice a year to help avoid: application filed with the Federal -
higher than the past tw I namese attacked a Cambodian and Judge, Cocoa; and two I mechanical defect accidents. Housing Administration in

mornings. border village. W ) I Mrs. Mamie Sherouse! Although these Inspections arc connection with the purchase of From Pag L

Alfred and Mrs. Lizze Clark,I INDIANAPOLIS LeRoy free to the public each examination .. $28,000 town house at 308 N
as ]l .> I Collins, former Florida gover. will cost the volunteer stations .. Street, S.W. cia aviation employes tosta:

I r SEE TI Red had I Thomas Funeral nor and now president of the $125.Garages. The regulations on this hous- off the job today.International '5

by'I three Is In charge of arrange National Association of Broad. thoughout the Gaines,. ing required that the person occupying wireless -' oin.
casters, last night was named vile area volunteered to do this I the housing be owner panies continued operating. :
winner of the Delta Rho-
At Sigma or a member of the of
a service. Each application wa!I family
tthe SUN lobby 'STRICKLAND Tau Kappa Alpha Society's inspected by a committee: to se i the owner, and Republicans The Merchant Marine Union

.I..,,.::.T. I he s -CasshirB.' : Strick. "Speaker-of-the-Year' I ." : 83, died at his residence for 1963. Circle requirements.The misrepresentation' of a material : workers joined the strikein

- 'I l Starke Tuesday morning af- Students and .faculty from requirements were' that. fact on an application filet Rio. A spokesman for the

ALACHUA GENERAL I Young, Cedar Key; Mrs. Rose I E. an extended illness. over 100 chapters of the nationa the station: with a federal agency. I union said all merchant ships
H. ,Archer Mr. Kenneth had been placed at Goulart's
; .
These few of the obvious .
was lifelong resident of speech honor society were pro.sent 1. Shall have a qualified automobile are a
March 30, 1964 M. Clyatt, ,Lake Butler; disposal
as their top accolade was mechanicpn duty at all! matters that the Reputlicans
Mrs. Clara E. Futch Cross County, a The Correla'deManha :
BIRTHS: have newspaper
awarded Collins at. a banquet times during normal working pointed as requiring
and member of the
Mr. and Mrs. Howard,McNul-City, Maude M. Glass* .Hawthorne a I grand and there said War Minister Jair
session of the annual national hours, Monday through Friday I Jury study,
Church of Starke.
J ty, 1031 NE 5th St:; City,'a girl; ; Eva W. Perkins, Willis Baptist Include his widow, convention of Delta Sigma Rho- and,half-day Saturday. have been the broad allegationsthat Dantas de Ribeiro, convalescingfrom ,

Mr. and Mrs. William Godwin ton. Nezzie Anders Strickland Tau Kappa. Alpha. > 2. Shall have the necessary Baker's activities violatedthe a kidney operation,: suf-
Rt. 2 Box 367. City, a girl; Mr. DISCHARGED: h federal "conflict of interest" feted a hemorrhage during the
for normal
and Mrs. Adrian Hay, 211 SE James J. Hunter, Mary JuneD. Starke.three daughters, Mrs. Making the presentation was equipment on a n laws. I. night and was in serious condi.

2nd PI., City, a girl; Mr. and Eng, Timothy E. Powell, Eli- The Henry of Starke, Mrs. Mrs. Annabel Hagood of the repairs work, Including head- Baker has taken the Fifth tion. Earlier he had Issued a

III Mrs. John Maxfield, Rt. 3 Box shah McBride, Arthur Jackson Hayes of El Paso, Texas, University of Alabama, past lamp alignment equipment. Amendment more than 100 times bedside communique saying he .

18&C, City, a boy; Mr. and Mrs. Stella C. Hillh] o use. Jazz president of Tau Kappa Alpha 3. An established reputationfor before the Senate Rules Committee was resuming his post in sup-
Leath 537 SW 7th and chairman of the integrity In dealing with the of Goulart. .
Mrs. Henry Robert A. Anderson, Susie P. Car Speaker- and has stated that if he port
::1 Ave., City, a boy. Campbell, Mrs. Sylvia M. Cunningham p.m.The of-the-Year Board of Awards. public. answered the questions that It! Gov. Ademhar de Barros of
ADMITTED: Mrs Bonnie P. Carlos Noting LeRoy Collins' activilies Haythorne, representative of might tend to incriminate him. Sao Palo State, long-time foe
Elisha McBride, Grady Thomas and daughter, Barbara P. alists Charge in connection with his the Insurance Association; Dale All of these matters and others -of Goulart, broadcast 'claims
Crowder, Mrs. Martha Ann Epperheimer and son, Mrs. NAB office, Mrs. Hagood said: Drew, IGO: and Ed Connerly are currently under study that six states had joined in the

Hay, Martin Ranzo Taylor, Mary S. Shepherd and son, T. Thomas, 21, was "He has been a forthright and from the Police Department in the criminal division of the, revolt and were sending troops
Mrs. Frances Berger Wilson Mrs. Judy C. Stebbins and last night by sheriff's courageous leader in the broadcast Traffic Safety Division were Justice Department. One of the against Rio.Thirty .
I Mrs. Lillian Mae Swift, Mrs. daughter, Mrs. Donna F. Starke on charges of stealing industry. While making in. charge of selecting the sta major concerns of the justice I tanks circled the War
I Elaine Allen, Mrs. Ruth Peek, and daughter, Mrs. Nancy M. after trying it out from a clear his philosophy that thereis tions. department is the fearof Ministry in Rio and additional

\ Arthur Brown Fanny Maud Bennett, Alan H. Carroll, Deborah Dr. car dealer. always room for improvement Haythorne said that"these stations a "run away grand jury" that troops reinforced the,city's gar- I

Parrish, Roy Edward Turner, G. AlIen, Dawn M. John- a warrant for Thomas' ar :within the broadcasting must be qualified. If they would d I s egard the legal advice risen.
\ Richard Wilder, Jr.; Joseph son, Mrs. Elaine F. AlIen,. Ca- and was signed by Bill Barkley industry, he has spoken vigor' should be the least negligent in of the department and seek Goulart's government announced "

Haskins, Donald Randolph Jol- thy E. Everett. Barkley Motors. ously against increasing government -' inspection giving a faulty clean indictments that would not be a three-day nationwide ..,I
ly, James Coney, Mrs. Margaret ACCIDENT ROUNDUP Barkley told deputies Thomas regulation." bill of health resulting in an accident -sustained by the evidence.In school holiday. 'h" ;,
Maxfield. Alice Kay Jung, to return the car after they might be liable.t' To prevent a run on banks, ;f,
Mrs. Mattie Lee Leath, James to loan Haythorne stressed that only Wa s h Ington, where the ordered '
I City police reported the followIng arrange a with SupportersOf Baker the Finance Ministry a 'i
investigation has
Hillman Cannon, Alice Marau University of the a ,
Florida stations
arrests after accidents yes- credit displaying Inspec- three-day bank holiday. -
Simmons, all of Gainesville; terday: ( ) and then claiming his Burns To tion Station Emblem are auhor major continuing story for A pledge of loyalty to Goulart
months, it Is believed there
Timothy Ethan Powell, Bell; Wayne Malcomb Dean, Archer vania would bring the money Meet TonightBackers ized by the Gainesville Safety could be a serious problem in came from Miguel Arreas, leftist
Busick Cul-
1 Mrs. Georgie Rust was charged with careless the car to Barkley. Circle. governor of Psraambuco
this One Justice
(i pepper, Virginia: ; Mr. Janies T. driving;; causing a minor accident dealer told deputies he of Jacksonville'' These stations carrying the source said that It- State in the poverty stricken
J Cochran, Sr., Dunnellon; Mac to locate Thomas at the *-
on North Main Street at I emblem are: :
Burns' would be
i L mile Mayor Haydon for embarrassing if thereIs
R. Michael Micanopy; o
1:50 Air agricultural experiment sta Dale DrewA&B Garage The state capital of Recifewas
yesterday with Arthur
I Williston John pjn. governor will meet at 7:30: p.m. no grand jury action on the
Mae Graham. :
where he ,said
:: he
McNeal ,Waldo John O'Neil Jr., 611 SE 14th SIn out worked tonight in the Burns for Governor 2721 N.W. 6th Street; Clinton W. Baker case, but that it would be reported quiet, but as-a
Henry ; he
f Driggers, Old Town; Allen accidents reported by the The there.was no longer work 'headquarters on S. Main Hollander H o 11 an ders No, more embarrassing If a "run protective measure, the govern
Main Sinclair Service 627 H'S palace was, placed under
Chesser, High Springs. sheriff's department, Paul How- Street. away grand jury," influenced by
I DISCHARGED: ard Joyce. 35, Hawthorne, was data Real Service The meeting win be aimed N. Main; W. M. MorrisF&M the flood of derogatory stories heavy guard. : : j
Mrs. Roberta Taylor, Mrs. charged with failure to have his signeJ starting Bum campaign in Service Center 525 N.W. 8th about Baker, returned a number Leaders of the rebellion I insisted -

Susan Synthie, Mrs. Mary Baker vehicle under control after an K n. (AP) A Alachua County rolling. Ave.; Dozier Dowling Dow- of Indictments that had to. they were not trying {to. :j'
and son Mrs. June Berk- accident on State Road 20 west dio housewife had to ask Burns will visit here next ings Shell Service Station, 1521 be dismissed. seize power but were determined I I'
of Hawthorne when he The NW 13th SI; Dan Davis-Neigh- to save Brazil from .*
man and son Jessie Mae Ben- attempted phone company to bring in Wednesday. While there has been some Communist takeover. .
borhood NW
Service 637
ton, Mrs. Beulah Kortes Larry to pass a logging truck. under wash. Calling the meeting here to Station fear of White House pressure on
De Barros said he and the
Joseph Gagner, John Wes- Joel Bruce Krieger. 19, 9 tract, night is local attorney Wayne 13th St.; W. K SaundersThe the Justice Department, it was people of Sao Paulo would .-;
ley, Mrs. Minnie Bell James Franklin Drive, a Universityof bility woman hung a shirt on a Carlisle. In calling it, Carlisle Gas Well Service Station; Henry reported this week that no such never "permit Brazil to be
Mrs. Ellen Woriey. Mrs. Sandra Florida student from Brooklyn line at her house to dry. said that the get together isn' Deloach -Deloach's Settle- pressure has become apparent at Cubanized."

Hallman and son. was arrested for driving stiff wind quickly dried it- just a committee meeting. He wood Service Center, '3410 W. this ,stage. While indictment of Kruel said his 2nd

while :his license was suspended biting t blew it along the line to asked all persons interested In University Ave.; R. E. Brown- Baker or others might! provide marching on Rio "to Army save was the

4' yr 2,000 top of a utility pole. backing Burns to attend. Brown's Texaco Service, 1206 W. some political ammunition for fatherland In danger freeing it'from <
March 31, 1964 University Ave.; Carl De This I the Republican campaign this the Red yoke.", .'
BIRTHS: and Don Carney Carl and it could be political disas-
year -
Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Don's Standard Service, 223 S.' ter for any high-level official I-=--

Leath. 737 SW 7th Ave., City, a Bargains Turn Up at Police Auction Main St.; and C. J. Bush Garage -to be caught trying to tamper II' Gainesville Sun

I boy; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. 1017 SE. 2nd Ave. with the investigation.The Published evenings except
Squires, 1221 SE 22nd Ave., City, high degree of political Saturday, and Sunday nxxnngs -
a boy; Mr. and Mrs. J. C.'Lau-: By BOB WILSON the bikes and cars were found bike bought /or $1.75. A 1951 Pontiac went to a local sensitivity t hat has surrounded by the Gainesville( Publishing
ramore, P. O. Box 56, Glenn St., Items ranging from a miniature abandoned in various parts of New owners of five of the man for $13.25. Short Lease? the Senate Rules Committee 2nd Company at 101 SE
I : Mary, a girLADMITTED bike, with handle bars like town. bikes said they plan to fix them A Cross City bidder scored a investigation of Baker is also a and entered Gainesville.as second Florida clan: -
\ : the business end of a Texas Most people at yesterday's up for their children. double He LOUISVILLE (AP) Mrs. factor in the current decisions smatter at the Port Office -ataktesvIfle.

Ella Mae Sumpter, Alan H. Long Horn steer and a seat auction were looking for bike Condition of the bicycles rang- three-speed bargain.bike for $3.74 bought and a Keen Johnson, whose husbandonce being made In the Justice Department Florida.CIRCULATION ,
''I Carroll, Dawn M. Johnson, Deborah -built to accomodate a well-stuff bargains for themselves or their ed from dilapidated to good. lawnmower for a served as governor, still RATES BY
I G. Allen Mrs. Frances ed pair of size 48 trousers, to a children. Most of them got what Price varied from a low of 50 $830. chuckles when she recalls one Attorney General Kennedy CARRIER OR MAIL :

f M. Haefele, Mrs. Madalynn swayback 1956 convertible went they came after. cents to a high of $10. Capt. Howell said items are of her shopping trips here. last September gave the orders 1 Week .45 :i '

I M. Squires, William S. Raines, up for grabs at public auction Top bidders got some real Second hand dealers in the held for 90 days and advertised Handing the clerk In a down for the investigation of Baker 3 Me*. 55.85 ,,:
/ Guy J. }Hamilton Mrs. Cath- yesterday. at the. Gainesville bargains. : crowd raised their voice, and for two weeks prior to the auc- town store a bunch of packages, by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. i All man subscriptions -
rine 0. Mickens, Mrs. Dora C. Police Department. A ,UF student win soon be the bid, In buying four of th tion. Money from their sale goes Mrs. Johnson asked that they At the MTIS time! the i paid in advance. --

Hinton, Sherman' Sharp, Miss About riding to class a $40 English-, five cars sold and four bikes.A into general government and Is be charged and gave her name. Internal Revenue Service re' Member
I t'' Nina A. Furois, Walter B. Chandler -at the 20 persons, showed up built bike that his wife bought! local salvage dealer notchedthe held in escrow for one year. "Where do you live In FrAnkfort calved the approval from Commissioner -, Circulation. of Audit Bureau of J'be
police impounding I
j I Cathy E. Everett, FebbieJenkins. to bid 14abandoned area for $5.50.One I top bid of $tO for a 1955 Ford "If someone claims and can ?" the clerk asked. Mortimer Caplin to I
,on bicyclesand AM
f Mrs. Carol B. Cren-' five cars.: student picked up a $6150! convertible, $24 for a 1955 Olds- prove ownership of an item afterit "Governor's Mansion," replied proceed with a federal income I tilt material property contained of *. G tttretn*' esve tii
t shaw, Dorothy H. Husley, al] three-speed ,English racer for mobile, $11 for a 1953 Oldsmobile has been sold, the buyer will Mrs. Johnson. investigaion of Baker. I Publishing Company (ej tM4 ft*. i
of Gainesville; Mrs. Hazel S. Police captain, and part time $10 while another can now make' and $12 for a 19C3 Ply be refunded the auction sale, "Is that an apartment hufld-I The Attorney General:pushed strictly production forbidden In whole without or fee lit.prt'h written ,..:
I I Lauramore, St. Mary; Bell S. "auctioneer" W. W.'Howell said the run between classes on a: mouth.- price," Howell said. trig?" 'the clerk inquired. the investigation' ahead even I[- oermlssloR-_.ef fee publisher. -:'"'


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I L LI IkftxrzuiIkiunJOE THE OF *.x x.. I Aims of Foreign Policy

1 .
By RICHARD WILSON have softened but for how about our position so that president from trying to finda 1 .
'I L BABKISOX. President sad Chief, CowlesWashington long no one knows. But we do there can be a more realistic way to get rid of Castro.
Fibllsheri PAT COWLES. Tie TttHJeiti .
I, ED JOHNSON. Tic PretUemi SOUTHBy Bureau not feel, and the world does discussion of what we are to Nor will any president, ;-

I ,; e.u :Florida's, Beautiful a4 CxecitlT Edttrt W. G. CBOli WASHINGTON Senator not feel, that we stand any do about it-though the Sena- drawing on the lessons of his-
__ w< 3t'; EBEKSOLE.: Tie PreiUeat wU A- j Fulbright's speech reflects longer on the brink of the tor does not offer much of a tory, be likely to find any I

I : University* City', UONE.rtitiBf Tie DtrteUrj President BOB....T.tKUG.I ClrraU- RALPH KcGILLr I the disquiet among those in- :precipice. And, in any case, positive nature. comfort in temporary Russian
Uo. Huarer.I .tk. AU Prix..&&.irtoBtaf(Ga.) c..tu.u.. side and outside the govern- we are not now worried about But he has, as a leading reasonableness, nor ia appeasement -".
n .. ment who are trying to shapeor our strength compared to the Democrat and chairman of as a safe policy. !
I.I .. >.' influence American foreign Russians; we are far more These factors cannot be I .
.. the relations committee
foreign -
I .I: t _,'"*. .,-'i- !.> .-i': '6 MonthsOf policy. They are trying to find confident and composed.- recognized, in effect, certain classified by Senator Ful- .... :
\ Report the news fully and impartially In the news columns. 'Fz and rationalize some new visions in the Communist facts: The net of it in bright as myths. What shouldbe
: ,.tr j=. 2. Express ,the opinions of the*Sun In-but only In-editorials 4 *> :"' and calmer line of policy in world have become more apparent Cuba is that we blundered and better understood is that
I I tf' rr'::_: ', '_*. 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. very confused and contradictory and more significantA have found no practical wayto Fulbright is nc; criticizing ,
FollyIn situation. more stable condition, even Johnson policy; he is aimingat
Suns All Deportments-372-8441 correct our errors; we have
p .The telephones:
I What confounds them is thata though with its seamy side, fumbled in Panama and prob- a continum of policy f ,
Ads 3764672100Megaton
Want be made seems to exist. through five presidents on the
( strong case can
w ably will have to move soon to
f affairswe premise that a new conditionin
1864Historians that in international
change conditions for
I I' ... WHAT HAS BEEN described operation the world !has
since suddenly
,. have lost ground
1 and control of the Pana- ..
1t 1960 The Berlin Wall the above represents opposing been discovered.
j Bomb? : ma Canal; sooner than we ex- .
views the American t
on present -
Russian base in Cuba, the pect or hope, we have to ad- <
of the Civil War position. Those who think THIS IS AN old story. A
trouble with France, trou just to the rising position of
4 Release of last summer's testimony the megatonnage of the nuclear view the period of February ble in Panama, the setbackin and write, speak and act, are Red China.It senator, a philosopher, a poli- : -.

; in connection with ratifying weapons of the strategic alert forces. 15 to August 1, 1864, as that Viet Nam, the weakening trying to sort out the conflictsand tical critic can cleverly ana- "-. -: '
\. o hi which the madness of states world influence of America's find a new policy. is vary easy to write theis lyze and define. He can attract .t-- "':H...
I+ the nuclear test ban treaty showed rights reached such a peakof voice. Senator Fulbright's contri- elf as appeasement, and in- attention and praise for doingso ... "

I i !'I Gen.:Curtis E. LeMay unhappy with A 100-megaton weapon can do irrational. action and word But there is a brighter side. bution has been to strip away deed there is an element of and satisfy his own ego.
: some things 'a 1-megaton or a 30- that the Confederacy was appeasement involved. But it
the future he
Maybe.in can
and delusions
in Russian attitudes some myths
a degree, ....
.. t the repeated decision of his military megaton weapon can not but not thereby deprived of any last must be recognized at' the point out that he was right,

: and civilian superiors not to.build many. The giant weapon can de- hope of effectively continuing same time that Senator Ful- at i<*'et fn some degree.

I a 100-megaton bomb. stroy a target heavily protected by either the war or a functioning BELOW OLYMPUS By Interlarii bright is doing no more then Bu when faced, as PresIdent -
conditions which well
central governmentA defining Kennedy was and Presi-
concrete and rock, or destroy a big- beleaguered Congress at informed people know to exist. dent Johnson is, with what are
\, The Russians claim to have one. ger metropolis. But most of its Richmond suspended the writ We are moving in some of the called options in today's for-

strength is wasted in "overkill" at of habeas corpus for the directions he indicates. eign policy lingo, it is a different -

d r In recent years, the U. S. has been the center. months above indicated. The MONEY matter, as so many
converting from reliance mainly ont reason was embarrassing.There GaN't BUS BUT'THERE is no sign that presidents have found once
1 were so many deserters the general attitude expressedby they got into the White House.
10-to-30-metagon weapons to reliance Whatever is known about the effects N
I maliijjeres and evadersof Fulbright is going to prevail Whether Republican or Dem-
\ r mainly on ItoIOmegatonIt of a big blast high in the air the conscription law that it Quite to the contrary, ocratic, the choice they us-

weapons for long-distance striking or space on radio communicationsand was not possible to maintainthe President Johnson has now ually make is to try, by what

i I. power, with a great variety of still .missile controls is secret. But armies. Yet the flood of SSIiJ1 committed himself to victoryin ever action or attitude seems

t smaller explosive-power weapons these secrets are available to LeMay's rage and invective against Viet Nam, a long, hard and best in the circumstances, to
President Davis and the gov ; expensive process which may stop the outward thrust of
I for battlefield use. military and civilian superiorsand ernment was unbelievable in yet directly involve major communism with the recognition

in large part to members of key pettiness and blindness.IN I American military forces if it that this may mean we

To cracker-barrel strategists congressional committees. 1864 it was obvious that ... is to be successful. No neu- will be forced into war. si

I this looked like a huge reduction in under Generals Grant and tralization. No appeasement.In The rest can be left for >

\ total N.S. megatonnage and charges Evidently the debate within the Sherman the spring offensive fact, the fight is placed in learned discussions on the h
a broader frame as a critical Senate floor and articles in-
of U. S. "unilateral disarmament" government is not and it is would be heavier and more
II Red'China's
test case new foreign affairs quarterly, all,
decisive. So witless and reck-
II began to fly. But Defense Secretary healthy for the public to get' a less was the passion for states strategy to dominate all South- of which serves a useful and ro rd

;, Robert McNamara assured the country glimpse of it through LeMay's testi rights that the Confederacy, I II east Asia. interesting purpose. Meantime -

!1 in a speech Nov. 28 that in the mony. But from what has been already hopelessly weakenedby The Cuban matter still it does not seem likely o5, .,

\ ,: previous two years the U. S. had not made public now, we strongly favor those "rights," was doomed tJ rankles deeply. However dis- that the Johnson administration <
: to final dissension and de- appointing the attempts to will be diverted by the
: only doubled the number of nuclear McNamara over LeMay on the 100- nv
struction of morale. It was cope with it, however little our new semantics from the ma-
warheads but also more than doubled megaton weapon. allies will and how- of American for-
useIss to argue that loyal,citizens cooperate,, jor premise 'd
would feel no danger JI ever illogical our position may eign policy for the past 20
from suspension of the writ- El'lhJ 1 e1 gpshYreatdes"It seem to them or to Fulbrightand years direct and indirect

I that only the disloyal would may not bother you, but I'm not happy obout not George Kennan, it will be opposition to the expansion of

Voice of iIiiE fear it. The states righters :getting! my share of the affluent society!" hard to divert for long any world-wide communism. t

_ People: would not have it so.

The vice president of the JULIUS NYERERE, TANGANYIKA'S CHIT'A.frica'
Confederacy, Alexander Ste-

On The Sun's phens, appeared before his
= Opinion Page- state legislature to demand

that they reject it. Jefferson Brutus Called Caesar
Opinions end comments of Sun readers are welcome in the Voice of the People column.! Letters Davis attacked
must be signed and bear the writers address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter shouldnot was as "ty-
exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The rant," "rascal" and a "dic
Sun reserves the right to reject any 'letter or to shorten if, without changing the writer's meaning or tator." Georgia's fiery Robert Nf in ftnrk li tints lectu&l sup e r for of many of known, and despite the fact
intent. Toombs denounced Davis that he translated Shake-
as By C. L. SULZBERGER this burgeoning ,
Women Voters' tern urging voter turnout for vertising, as they claimed "that scoundrel." District jud- SALAAM, Tanganstatemen.. speare's "Julius Caesar" into

I the March 17 election. their.motives were In the originat ges continued issuethe_ writ'.,jika One, ":oi, \tjie ,more in- Everything comes easy to Swahili, he has little admiration
I it Purpose We' are grateful to' be of .campaign? Who will be of habeas corpus to any per teresting leaders*projected to him' save making decisions. for that Julius. He t r. 1 )

service to our community. We the first to put up a 15 by 30 son asking it. North Carolina world prominence by Africa's He is enchanted by visions prefers Brutus.IT .

EDITOR, Sun: The Leagueof wish to thank the GainesvilleSun ft. sign "cut rate liquors" over passed a. law nullifying the nationalist revolution is Julius and tortured by doubts.? Some SO HAPPENED that when

Women Voters is a nonpar- for this opportunity to his store? act of the government at Rich- Nyerere, the youthful, slender Americans compare his cha- Nyerere; took examinationsfor I II

tisan organization establishedto state our purpose. Ask any sixth grade son ofa mond. Most newspapers con-" president of Tanganyika. Nye- racter with that of Adlairere Ste- Edinburgh University, I
promote political responsibility MRS.:: W. M. SHENKEL liquor dealer whether daddy demned this "loss of liberty. is a complex, intricate venson. Despite his first "Julius Caesar" was assignedas

through informed ,and President.Gainesville Leagueof got the license to be nice to Here and there an editor was man who is plainly the intel- name, by which he is widely a "set book and he stud-
active participation of citizensin Women Voters people, or to "make moneyson honest enough to know better. ied it thoroughly. He concludes I Ira

government.By !" THE FOLLY, however, con- : 11 !c

,-irtue.of our nonpartisan Keep Bar Signs Ain't nothing wrong with tinued. Governor Brown of Memo "Shakespeare's Caesar was i,
viewpoint the League of Wo earning money, but, for the Georgia declared that "even arrogant and old; his Bru- ,,
Voters for number of Small Neat the Lincoln des- rere Is in the forefront of what t:
men a sake of the'.best community government, tus was a man of principle.
has been invited to it had not dared FromWashington the Cowles Washington Bureau might be called the revolutionof I
years par- in the entire state of Flori- potic as was Nyerere chose quiet precep- in
ticipate in voter registration EDITOR, Sun: It does not let's keep it clean boys! any such encroachment upon SCIENCE PROBLEM: Government scientists at Los Alamosare tors for his independence reV- tolerance. He not only favors 1i '

drives by various orga- take a, great deal of percep- Keep those signs smalland the liberties of the people as using harmless doses of radioiodine to find out how chil- olution,: Lincoln, Gandhi, Neb-' a multi-racial society for '
nizations. Some of our members tion and feeling to appreciatethe neat Please., the Confederacy' dren's thyroid glands retain Iodine. All the kids have to do is sit ru. He clearly gives stabilityand TanganyIka; he wants a non- alto
II have been instructed and beauty of Gainesville at STRAIGHT, PLEASE Anti-Semitism entered it. still in front of a radiation detector for 15 minutes order priority over flam- racial society, saying: "In
this world all multi-ra-
deputized by the office of this time of year. Visitors Individuals and editors said the radioactive material. How to keep young- boyant experiment Thus, this we are to .
while it traces
Supervisor of Registration so marvel that President Davis had cial There is no mono racial ..r'f ,
at town You Intellectual
our even four to nine years'old absolutely still for 15 minutes? mild mannered
I I that we could help these or- without the spring color.It Cry of 'Bloc'Still been persuaded by Judah P. conduct the experiment in the afternoon when there's a car- called in British troops to save country. What chance havewe
if don't
got people to
:) ganizations.For Benjamin, who held three ca- TV set they can watch it his government last January
occured to me that one of Heard toon show on television, and rig a so live together? The only alternative
example, in January of binet positions during the So what's the problem? when an mutiny threat- tem
the many reasons why Gaines- if they stay in just the right position. army is extermination."I .
I 1962 we cooperated with the ville Is such an attractive EDITOR Sun: It is lamentable years of war, not to mentionthe Getting them out of there while the show is still going on.TWOPARTY ened chaos.
Jaycees in their precinct-by- place is the relative reason that in name of Christ in his proc- He recalls: "Obviously one admit I can't legislate ,d
a city electionin
., precinct city-wide voter regis- ableness of advertising signs. which the Issues were oft-. lamations for supplication and Y HORSES: To give you some idea of how lean feels most unhappy about ask- against p rej udice. That Is a If-

drive. That drive was Businesses need signs to ad- en skipped and in which ,no- prayer. things have been for the Republicans here these last few years, ing foreign soldiers to deal psychiatric problem and I'm Is
[ a state wide Jay- vertise The ferocity of states rights The with, one's own problems. not a doctor. But I can and
sure enough but a thing roved the for something to do at night:
wasp and how starved they are
I On January 18, 1964, certain restraint is necessaryto of "bloc voting and minority-cry emotions led the states to op- Women's National Democratic Club is putting on a benefit here Qne would avoid this unless it will erase legal) distinction be- .
booth demonstration avoid the unsightly mess pose not merely the central Horses from became absolutely essential.I tween ra c e s. This world is fs.ti
manipulated famous Dancing
thinking" is still 15. at which the Lipizanner
of voters in of the April i-
which exists in the larger cities heard in the land. government Confed- School in Vienna, Austria, will give their admit. mine ,was neither' a non.racjaL"
the Riding
Dixie store on NW but each >..tIg
other. Both
eracy, decision
popular nor a happy ;
was held by the In a recent issue of the North Carolina and South opening show. Tickets, at $25 a copy, are in heavy demandeven but it was what a responsible Dominated by generous visions
of Women Voters to Now come the lip-smacking Sun, one defeated candidatefor Carolina embargoed food by people who admit they are Republicans. had to do." Nyerere is also practicaL ;s..
voter registration in liquor lucky-numbered few, the City Commission in supplies. Virginia was damnedby Q person He still dreams of East
//tration County. who will most surely begin to a "i.v.ank-vcu" ad, again spokesmen from other THEOLOGY DEPT: Excerpt from the debate on the National NEVERTHELESS, !having African federation Including E
:; the recent compaign deface Gainesville with sounds these false chargesand states as the "pet" of the government Space Program: Rep. Louis C. Wyman (R., N.H.): "I wonder if been pushed to extreme recourse Tanganyika, Kenya and Uganda. -
of our voters service shameful signs. The bars will shows how ungracious and The "Athens South- it will be taken for granted that the program will be called suc- ,unlike his peers in Ken- He regrets this was not ..

t it has been very priv- consider putting up a huge unregenerate he is even in ern Watchman," Irritated by cessful if we assume the billions of dollars are spent that our ya and Uganda, Nyerere refused achieved In 1960 by granting
serve the community long stemmed cocktail glass his political death throes. Virginia's frequent reference astronauts have gone to the moon and have come back with to sign military training all three simultaneous In. tngo

following manner: sign bubbling with energy, He implies that all on the City to her glorious past and her proof that the origin of the universe is materialistic, that the pacts with Britain. He is obsessed dependence as a single state.
City Commission Can- with a bunny girl thrown in Commission who disagreewith superior citizenship, said earth is but a chance part of a planetary system derived from with keeping Tanganyika
Forum at Gainesville for kicks. It will be "this him are dishonest, dis- 'Their claim to this bastard* the sun, and that the Bible is a big fairy story, underminingthe isolated from the cold war. But now, although he still
on March 5 spon- cocktail lounge" in big red, loyal and easily controlled. heraldry will appear basis of faith for millions of human beings? I wonder if the He thinks evolving Africa pushes the idea, he sees its
jointly by the Leagueof white and blue neon, blinkingon Every one who is acquainted ridiculous when it is recol- chairman feels that this will be considered progress for man- "must struggle all the time to chances dimming as each potential belin

Women Voters and the Jay- and off; and "that bar-li with the record of the City lected that their great-great kind?" stay out of the great power member consolidates
cees. quors" in orange and blue, Commission knows that for grandmothers were the refuse Rep. George P, Miller (D., Calif.): "I would imagine that competition. There isn't any national sovereignty. "To go '"
2. Distribution to the publicof 'adults only.' the place full two years, beginning three girls of Britain, gathered up, any information that could be developed or any positive know- simple formula-we just must back to 'Julius Ceasar'," be
3000 fact sheets on candi- of persons under 24. years ago, many votes were shipped over here and sold, ledge that could be gained would contribute to the wealth of keep trying to avoid involve- observes, "there is a tide in

dates' qualifications and their Will that great organizationof 4 to 1. No cry of bloc votingwas each for one hundred and mankind." ment. the affairs of men. Perhapswe to
stand on issues as expressedby local liquor leaders assocI- then heard because those fifty pounds of tobacco." Nyerere endorses both conservative have missed the tide. Terml's

the candidates themselves. ation or whatever they call who now raise the cry were At the end of the war there and liberal tactics in
3 City-wide announcements themselves, really respond to among the four. During, the were many who agreed with NEW MAN, NEW DEAL: Replacement of Pierre Salinger by his search for 'progress. He NYERERE PREFERS to be
j through a public address sys- altruistic motives In their ad- (See VOICE on Page 5) Mrs. Jefferson Davis when George Reedy as White House press secretary has producedsome would like to conserve Africa's see in revolutionary Zanzibarno
f side-effects. Newsmen who had become as- d to East Africa's Jl.fn
I she said, "I am disheartenedwith interesting existing national borders not a n g er
customed over the past 3 years to by-passing the press officein because they are inherently mainland. "How can that be
popular sovereignty, still requesting spe3al stories suddenly discovered it isn't that looked as an African Cuba
POTOMAC FEVER more with state'sovereignty, good but because the only wayto upon '
: : and fear both are fallacies." way any more. Now the word Is "Ask George." He's a long- alter them Is by force. He ?" he asks. "I don't see why !
In 1964 the nation hears time LBJ man and apparently the boss1 has passed the word to thinks the establishment of we should treat Zanzibar differently j
By Fletcher' Knebel Cowles '* make sure reporters follow channels' from now on. from our other seven
Washington Bureau from the small band of states- even illogical African fron- I
Y "
i r rtt
righters in the Congress and tiers, bringing together an an-
Indonesia's Sulcarno'says to__ ell'tdtlrAmerican aid. Now, hold on.there, Suky. in a few state capitals, state- SPLASH: Everyone else has been kidding about President archy of tribes, was one of Perhaps be is being discreet
e Nobody is going to frighten us into:solvency merely by swearing at us." ments equally as rash petty. Johnson's use of the White House swimming pool and now the colonialism's few concrete ac or optimistic. Some 'd'
preposterous, irrational and chief executive apparently figures he might as well get some complishments."I his security officials remember
Senator Fulbright says; IT.S. loreign pblicy,ts hoked up with "myths." Title false as those made so loudly mileage out of it too. He told a visiting group of Baptists about don't see bow either now how violence leapt from 1\\

for new movie'script by Fulbright. r How The'West. Was Hung. :. in 1864 against the efforts of the day the Rev.Billy Graham and Bill Moyers, a young White or In the future we can ever that island all the way to :
-', -' a central government. House aide who! Is an ordained Baptist preacher, were amonga play with these borders," be Uganda less than three :

t Barry G c,gwatef"' Brands' Defense;':Bpss; McNamara "an all-time loser." There are no sovereign group of swimmers. "Everyone else was already a Christian, says.' "That would only produce months ago. But Nyerere, the: 1I

x Whereas Barry has only,lost once this earand, then nothnz"[ but his shirt. .' states and there have not so they just took turns-baptizing each other' Mr. Johnson said. war and Invite great power visionary, chooses to avoid <
1 intervention. I know of no contemplation of problems hs
been any since 1789. It Is only
Kennedy halfwddllars are-a':selto'ut' around.-the nation. Next, Republicans are the central government and 1 instance in history where cannot easily Influence hJm.. I
predicting a spedaTJssue of LBJ $3 bills., ', the Constitution of the United / 4. there has been peaceful revis- self. It is hard enough to face tit i I
.' ion of boundaries. The answerto decisions at home. ,IAn .
-- States that give us the equal
I Friends hope CassiurClay' ;wttT;>e,5Accepted- Casdus $. Sports fans go further rights and make us a nation. F R.9ttiet.tJjl Africa's problems is African intriguing man Nyerere, .. ;:ci
I and hope lie's "' unity, not frontier brainy and open. minded j but
soon Known as-3 champ. : The harvest of "states rights"as 9- i {
>WB MOTPM f?; \ wed today cafe only ; ); :;'I! :. -V changes has be the resolute stay. I
4' If this government had a heart, the Post Office would at leastgrant- as be grief and loss for the states ,. '- > leg power for this! ardseuj I i
I free franking*pdri1eges' when mailing In income tax returns. and region involved. IN .LITERAL sense Nye course? _
''ct ,-

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l 4_ Gainesville Sun Wednesday, April 1, 1964Florida's'Beautiful
guests here en Easter Sunaay


Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Jones, of

iuti OFi B. F. Childs Colored News Editor 'Jacksonville, were guests of
<& ti1ttsuill I
friends in the University City on

THE 500 dramatics
; "
'_ ri :
Floral of Tho-
# ', 1 University City ,advisor and students from 32 Mrs. Helen Stephens,
o' .jt': : Club will bold its meeting at the I visit here
Ga. whose
1:... ;; :. JOHN B. HARBISON. rrcsUeatrsblUken $34 schools throughout the state are masville ,
-" ..... '. PAT COWLES. Tk Prcct4eati SOUTH home of Mrs. Emily Davis, on to participate in the with
f. :T :: : t1 __ I expected her daughter. Mrs. Nancy
;, ED JOHNSON. Tic FtcsUeat NW 6th Ave. today at 8 p-m.
':: .. Annnual Florida Interscholastic '
3a d Ez.cutlq E lt'rt I!. G.. CBmEBEKSOLE. ) Speed, and other relatives was
4 ,I r _;. t4 Tie President ..* AoVTCrtUtoc 'Speech and Drama Conferenceto 'pleasant, left yesterday for her
,',. ..4. ? w DireeUri BOB TABTAGLIOKE. By RALPH McGILL be held April 5, 6, and 7, at '
I .......... University CUr. Vice rrenidcM M* Ctrcal- PvIIUer Prize Wbmlflf 'Baker CONVALESCINGMr. 'Florida A. and M. Univr ity -,.-S 'I home.
.ff. .... Ku.rer.i Of U* AtUaU. (G$.) C.Ut.u.a
: at Tallahassee. / Henry WashiIgton, of Ocala,
i Times of N.W.
Dr. Melvin B. Tolson, in.er-; L. C. (Ike) Parker Sr., shown
.. ,, /. Street, who is ill at his home, I passed through Gainesville yesterday
of his
; : THE SUN'S POLICY nationally famous poet and pro- (above) performing one
4 .', was reported improving.John I Jacksonville.Miss .
6 Months fessor of creative literature at annual civic duties in present en route to
.. ; 1. Report the news fully and I Impartially In the news" columns.!
I ;: of N.W. 8th Langston University, Langston, ing a gold wrist watch to the
... 2. .Express the opinions of the Sun in--but only in-editorials .' McCray Mattie Mae Jones, of St.
Street, who ill at his home, !Okla. will serve as guest critic- winner in the Club Council spon-
3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. : Petersburg, passed through
I Of Folly was reported as doing all right. I judge for the student competition. -sored Talent and Beauty c 0 n-
-J"ii: The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 .{ : Dr. S. Randolph Edmonds, test. The judges selected Miss I Gainesville yesterday en route

t:: .. "> Want .Ads-37 -4672. .j head of the FAMU Departmentof Rosemary Dennard, Lincot'1High I to visit at Edward Waters Col-
,! '. If.C": : ;'f' -, CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSMt. Speech and Drama, under School Junior, as the win legt at Jacksonville.Mr. .
In 1864Historians and Miss Club Council for
.' whose auspices the conferenceand ner
I : Pleasant MethodistThe festival will be held, said 1964. Miss Dennard will enter and Mrs. Al Johns and
: ?.1OOMegatonBomb? : r : : Board of Trustees will meet to- categories for student participation -the State Talent and. Beauty I son, Joseph, all of Albany, Ga.,

J of the Civil War day, 7:30 p.m. Hamp Williams, will include: one act plays, contest in Daytona Beach on i arrived here yesterday as guestsof
J 0 chairman. Choir No. 1 will have orations choral debates Labor Day, Miss Yvonne Hay, Mr. Johns' relatives fer two
Jt Release of last summer's testimony the megatonnage of the nuclear view the period of February speaking, .
t t : 15 to August 1, 1864, as that its r e h e arsal tomorrow, 7:30 discussions, monologuesand placed second, and Miss San weeks.
\ I .'.' in connection' with ratifying' weapons of the strategic alert forces. in which the madness of states p.m. Rev. W. M. Ferguson, pas- dramatic readings.Aim dra Bogan placed third. L. V. Miss Helen Glass and Miss

Ii ,. =; the nuclear test ban treaty showed rights reached such a peakof of the event, Dr. Ed-:,Davis, President. Catherine Miller, both of Ft.

'. = Gen. Curtis E. 'LeMay unhappy with;' A 100-megaton weapon can do irrational action and word tor.Mt.. Carmel Baptist Youth monds said, is "to extend Lauderdale, passed through
and communication arts
some things a 1-megaton or a 30- that the Confederacy was speech ALACHUA NEWSANNIVERSARY Gainesville yesterday en routeto
Forum and also -
today ,
)-. p.m.
of his military in. the schools of Florida
; the repeated megaton weapon can not but not thereby deprived of any last Choirs Nos. 1 and 2 will have public BEGINS Deland.
I and civilian superiors not to build The destroy hope of effectively continuing their rehearsal 8 and and to provide greater facilitiesfor
giant .
many. weapon can joint p.m.; ,
students and '
in the
speech The 27th anniversary of Rv .st'r James B e n net t, of
either the or a functioning .
!. a 100-megaton bomb. a target heavily protected by central there will! be Teachers' Meeting dramatic arts." W. HAins, pastor of the Damascus -Tampa was visiting here with

concrete and rock, or destroy a big- A beleaguered government.Congress at tomorrow, 7 p.m., and also Business The guest critic judge, who Missionary Baptist I relatives during the Easter hol

; The Russians claim to have one. ger metropolis. But most of its Richmond suspended the writ meeting, 8 p.m. Rev. T. A. has won numerous prizes in Church, begins today at 8 p.m. idays.
; Mrs. Esther W. :
Wright, pastor; speech, debate, dramatics and at the church and lasts to April
is wasted in "overkill" of habeas for the
strength at
corpus Hamm Miss Helen Foster of Miami
reporter.St. ,
classical literature is a fellowof 5. The schedule of services is as
l In recent years, the U. S. has been the center. months above indicated. The is visiting in Gainesville for
the famed Breadloaf Writers'Conference.
:- follows Today at 7:30:
Paul C.M.E. ; p.m.
reason was embarrassing.There Morning
from reliance mainly on two weeks.
Langston Universi the Mt. Herman
I BaptistChurch
were so many deserters worship, 11 a.m.; and evening
10-to-30-metagon weapons to. reliance Whatever is known about the effects maliri'eres and evadersof worship, 6:30 p.m. ty's Dust 'Bowl Theatre, whichhe will conduct a joint service -: Mr. and Mrs. James Monroe,

I r mainly on l-to-lO-megaton of a big blast high in the air the conscription law that it directs, is widely known I ; Thursday at 7:30: p.m. the of Tampa, were it1ng here
East Side Church of God in throughout the Southeast. For: pastor Rev. S. A. Clark, and
\ t weapons for long-distance striking or space on radio communicationsand was not possible to maintain yesterday.
:. Christ -' Church School, 10am ,his long, modern poems, a libretto congregation from St. John
with a great variety of still missile controls is secret. But the armies. Yet the flood of '
t power, and invective ; morning worship, 11:30: for the Republic of Liberia -Baptist Church will conduct a
I \ smaller explosive-power weapons these secrets are available to Le- President rage Davis and the against gov- a.m., and evening worship, '71 he was made official. poet I jo'nt service; and Friday at

t for battlefield use. May's military and civilian superiorsand ernment was unbelievable in p.m. Healing services! have begun laureate of that country. 7:30: p.m. Rev W. J. Taylor,

r in large part to members of key pettiness and blindness.IN each day at 8 p.m. Elder' pastor, and congregation from.I Tamer TodayGOLDEN
J. C. Carter, pastor r Hopewell Baptist Church will
To cracker-barrel strategists congressional committees. ARCHER NEWSDEDICATION
1864 it obvious that
was also conduct a joint service. POND Ky. (CAP-)
_I i this looked like a huge reduction in under Generals Grant and Pilgrim Rest Church of Unity SERVICES Sunday, Sunday School with'
This WesternKentucky town Is
total N.S. and charges the debate Sherman the spring offensive No. 1 Church School, 10 ajn.; :
megatonnage Evidently within the There will be dedication services Nelson Washington, superintendent -
.. of U. S. "unilateral disarmament" government is not over, and it is would be heavier' and more and afternoon worship, 3:30 p.m. held at the St. Peter Baptist in charge, 10 a.m.; morning In the center of a proposed
rn decisive. witless and reck- Elder Rufus Armstrong, pastor; Church at Archer, on Sun- worship with Rev. N. Jonesin recreation area to be developed
_ began to fly. But Defense Secretary healthy for the public to get a Mrs. Hall :
Mary reporter.
less was the passion for states day, April 5. The schedule of charge. 11:30 a.m.; lunch by the .Tennessee Valley Au-
\ Robert ?McNamara assured the coun- glimpse of it through LeMay's testi-
that the I
rights Confederacy, services is as follows: Morning will be served at 1:30 p.m.; thority. It last was famous dur-
try in a speech Nov. 28 that in the mony. But from what has been already hopelessly weakenedby PLANS MEETING I worship, 11 a.m. Following the Rev. Boykins, pastor of Old' nestled

previous two years the U. S. had not made public now, we. strongly favor those "rights," was doomed There will be a meeting of the service, dinner will be served. Siloh Baptist Church, will ing prohibition when

-, ;: only doubled the number of nuclear McNamara over LeMay on the 100- to final dissension and destruction Floral Court Lodge No. 113 business I The pastor and members of the I preach the anniversary sermon. between the then unbridged Ten-
of morale. It was Gailliee Church from' I nessee and Cumberland rivers,
warheads but also more than -. uselss to argue that loyal citi-. Mrs. C. W. Wright on 0 c a 1 a Hawthorne will conduct a joint its residents developed "Golden

zens would feel no danger Road on Monday at 8 pjn. service at 3 pjn. PERSONALSMrs. Pond White Mule" (named for
I from suspension of the'writ- The dues fines, taxes and The public is invited. Rey. C.
:: I thai only. the disloyal would Grand Union.fees are to be paid C. Henderson, pastor; Mrs. Katie Mary J. Bonner and its color and kick), a household

: Voice of the People fear it.. The states righters in full,,during the meeting. Mae Nattiel, reporter. daughter, Hael of Tamp, were word in thirsty big cities. !,
would not have it so. '

The vice president of the' JULIUS NYERERE, TANGANYIKA'S CHIEF :
I Confederacy, Alexander Stephens
appeared before his
I I- On The Sun's t I
= Opinion Page= state legislature to demand

that they reject it. Jefferson S Africa's Brutus Called Caesar
Opinions and comments of Sun readers are welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters Davis attacked ,
was as "ty -
...- must be signed and bear the writers address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should I
not exceed 500 words and must be written an only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot ba used. The rant, "rascal" and a "dic
Sun reserves the ,right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or tator." Georgia's fiery Robert ( ) 2fr ro Unrk GTtm*a lectual s u p e r ior of many of known, and despite the fact
Intent. Toombs denounced Davis as By C. L. SULZBERGER this burgeoning continent's that he translated Shake-

Women Voters' tem urging voter turnout for vertising as they claimed "that scoundrel. District judges DAR ES SALAAM, Tanganyika statemen. speare's "Julius Caesar" into
the March 17 election. their motives were in the orig- continued to issue the writ One of the more in- Everything comes easy to Swahili, he has little ad-

Purpose We are grateful to be of inal campaign? Who will be of habeas corpus to any per- teresting leaders projected to him save making decisions.He miration for that Julius. He

I 1 service to our community. We the first to put up a 15 by 30 son asking it. North Carolina world prominence by Africa'snationalist 1 is enchanted by visions prefers Brutus.IT .

I EDITOR, Sun: The .League wish to thank the GainesvilleSun ft. sign "cut rate liquors" over passed a law nullifying the revolution is Julius and tortured by doubts. Some SO HAPPENED that when
I of Women Voters is a' nonpartisan for this ,opportunity to his store? act of the government at Rich. Nyerere,. the ycuthful, slender Americans compare his character Nyerere; took examinationsfor

organization establishedto state our purpose. Ask any sixth grade son of mond. Most newspapers con-" president of Tanganyika. Nye- with that of Adlai Ste Edinburgh University,
promote political responsibility MRS. W. M. SHENKEL a liquor dealer whether daddy demned this "loss of liberty. rere is a complex, intricateman venson. Despite his first "Julius Caesar" was assignedas
through informed and President Gainesville Leagueof got the license to be nice to Here and there an editor was who is plainly the intel- name, by which he is widely a "set book" and he stud-
active participation of citizensin Women Voters honest enough to know better. I
people, or to "make moneyson ied it thoroughly. He concludes
government. !" THE FOLLY, however, con- :

By virtue of our nonpartisan Keep Bar Signs Ain't nothing wrong with tinued. Governor Brown of Washington Memo "Shakespeare's Caesar was

... viewpoint the League of Wo- earning money, but, for the Georgia declared that "even arrogant and old; his Bru- h
men Voters for a number of Small Neat sake of the best community the Lincoln government, des- tus was a man of principle." rere is In the forefront of what t-
years has been invited to par- in the entire state of Flori- potic as it was, had not dared From .the Cowles Washington Bureau Nyerere chose quiet precep-: might be.called the revolutionof i

ticipate in voter registration EPITOR, Sun: It does not let's keep it clean boys! any such encroachment upon SCIENCE PROBLEM: Government scientist: at Los Alamosare tors for his independence rev- tolerance. He not only fav-

drives by various orga- take a great deal of percep- Keep those signs small and the liberties of the people as using harmless doses of radioiodine to find out how chil olution: Lincoln, Gandhi, Nehru. ors a multi-racial society for ''t
nizations. Some of our members tion and feeling to appreciatethe neat. Please. the Confederacy.? dren's thyroid glands retain iodine. All the kids have to do is sit .. He clearly gives stabilityand Tanganyika r he-. wants a non- ,
have been instructed and beauty of Gainesville at STRAIGHT, PLEASE Anti-Semitism entered it. absolutely still in front of a radiation detector for 15 minutes order priority over flam.. racial society, sayfag: "In !
deputized by the office of this time of Individuals and editors said this world we'are.i rmulti-ra- !
year. Visitors while it traces the radioactive material. How to keep_ young- boyant experiment. Thus. this_ .
Supervisor of Registration so marvel at our town, even that President Davis had sters four to nine years old absolutely still for 15 minutes? You mild mannered intellectual, dal. Thereisnonoriz racial kcountry
:' that we could help these or- without the spring color.It Cry of 'Bloc'Still been persuaded by Judah P. conduct the experiment in the afternoon when there's a car- called in British troops to save -. What chance ,havewe
.- .1 ganizations.For Benjamin, who held three it got if people oWt learn to
cabinet watch
TV they can his last
and set so government January
occured to me that one of Heard toon show on television, rig a live Tlie'
example, to January of the many reasons why Gainesville positions during the if they stay In just the right position. So what's the problem? when an army mutiny threat together is ? only alternative i'
extermmatfiHi."I .
1962 we cooperated with the is such an attractive EDITOR, Sun: It is lamen- years of war, not to mentionthe Getting them out of there while the show is still going.on. ened chaos.
Jaycees fa their precinct-by- name of Christ in his proc He recalls: "Obviously one
place is the relative reason- table that in a city electionin admit I can't legislate -
precinct city-wide voter registration ableness of advertising signs. which the issues were oft- lamations for supplication and TWO-PARTY HORSES: To give you some idea of how lean feels most unhappy about ask against p rej udice. That Is a

e drive. That drive was Businesses need signs to ad- en skipped and in which no- prayer. things have been for the Republicans here these last few years, .ing foreign soldiers to deal psychiatric problem :*nd I'm
part of a state wide Jay-' vertis, sure enough, but a thing wasp roved, the cry The ferocity of states rights and how starved they are for something to do at night: The ,with ones own problems. not a doctor. But: I can and
cce drive. On January 18,1964, certain restraint. is necessaryto of "bloc voting and minority- emotions led the states to oppose Women's National Democratic Club is putting on a benefit here One would avoid this unless it will erase legal distinction between -

a voting booth demonstrationand in avoid the unsightly mess manipulated thinking" is still not merely the central April 15, at which the famous Lipizanner Dancing Horses from became absolutely essential.I races. This-world is
of voters of
registration which exists in the larger cit heard in the land. government the Confed- the Spanish Riding School in Vienna, Austria, will give their admit mine was neither a non.- racial.! .. .
the Winn Dixie store on NW but each other. Both
eracy decision .
ies. in demandeven popular nor a happy ;
6th Street was held by the In a recent issue of the North Carolina and South opening show. Tickets, at $25 a copy are heavy buj it was what a responsible Dominated by generous vis-
League of Women Voters to Now- come the lip-smacking Sun, one defeated candidatefor Carolina embargoed food by people who admit they are Republicans.THEOLOGY had to do." 'ions, Nyerere is also practi-

: increase voter registration in liquor lucky-numbered few the City Commission. in supplies. Virginia was damnedby B National person :cal. He still dreams: of East
: Alachua County. who will most surely begin to a "thank-you" ad, again I spokesmen from other DEPT: Excerpt from the debate on the NEVERTHELESS, having ,African federation Including
deface Gainesville with sounds these false Space Program:,Rep. Louis C. Wyman (R., N.H. "I wonder if been to extreme
During the recent compaign chargesand states as the "pet" of the government pushed recourse Tanganyika, Kenya and Uganda.
4 ; as a part of our voters service shameful signs. The bars will shows how ungracious and The "Athens Southern it will be taken for granted that the program will be called successful ,unlike his peers in Ken He regrets this 'was not

: program it has been very privilege consider putting up a huge unregenerate he is even in Watchman," irritated by if we assume the billions of dollars are spent. that our ya and Uganda, Nyerere refused achieved in 1960 by grant.
L to serve the community long stemmed cocktail glass his political death throes. Virginia's frequent referenceto astronauts have gone to the moon and have come back with to sign military training ing all three simultaneous independence .
: in the following manner: sign bubbling with energy, He implies that all on the City her glorious past and her proof that the origin of the universe is materialistic, that the pacts with Britain. He is obsessed as a single state.
1. A City Commission Can- with a bunny girl thrown in Commission who disagree superior citizenship, sa i d. earth is but a chance part of a planetary system derived from with keeping Tanganyika -
t didate Forum at Gainesville for kicks. It will be "this with him are dishonest, disloyal "Then claim to this bastard the sun, and that the Bible is a big fairy story, underminingthe isolated from the cold war. But now although :he still
r High School on March 5 sponsored cocktail lounge" in big red, and easily controlled. heraldry will appear basis of faith for millions of human beings? wonder if the He thinks evolving Africa pushes the idea, he :sees its

I f; jointly by the League white and blue neon, blinkingon Every one who is acquainted ridiculous when it supremely is recol- chairman feels that this will be considered progress for man- "must struggle all the time to chances dimming as each potential -

of Women Voters and the Jay- and off; and 'that barliquors" with the record of the City lected that their great-great kind?" stay out of the great power member consolidates
in and P. Miller (D., Calif.): "I would imagine that national "To
= cees. orange blue Commission knows that for grandmothers were the refuse Rep. George competition. There isn't any sovereignty. go
2. Distribution to the public<< 'adults only,' the place full two years, beginning three girls of Britain, '...t ered up, any information that could be developed or any positive know- simple formula-we Just must back to 'Julius Ceu r'," be

.... of 3000 fact sheets on candi. of persons under 24. years ago many votes were shipped over here and sold, ledge that could be gained would contribute to the wealth of keep trying to avoid Involve- observes, "there is a tide in
dates' qualifications and their Will that great organizationof 4 to 1. No cry of bloc votingwas each for one hundred and mankind. ment" the a f f a irs of men. Perhapswe

?, stand on issues as expressed local liquor leaders associ- then heard because those fifty pounds of tobacco." Nyerere endorses both conservative have missed the tide."

by the candidates themselves. ation or whatever they call who now raise the cry were At the end of the war there and liberal tactics in
.1:. 3 City-wide announcements themselves, really respond to among the four. During the were many who agreed with NEW MAN,.NEW DEAL: Replacement Pierre Salinger by his search for progress. He NYERERE PREFERS to

'., : through a public address sys altruistic motives in their ad- (See VOICE on Page 5)) Mrs. Jefferson Davis when George Reedy as White House press secretary has producedsome would like to conserve Africa's see In revolutionary Zanzibar
-i' she said, "I am disheartenedwith interesting side-effects. Newsmen who had become as- existing national borders, not no d a n g er to East Africa's
'': still customed over the past 3 years to by-passing the press office because they are inherently mainland. "How can that be
popular sovereignty,
.-! POTOMAC FEVER : more with state sovereignty, in requesting special stories suddenly discovered it isn't' that good but because the only way looked upon as an African Cuba
JJ7 and fear both are fallacies." way any more. Now the word Is "Ask George. He's a long- to alter them is by force. He ?" he asks. "I daa't see whywe

. -- In 1964 the nation hears time LBJ man, and apparently the boss has passed the word to thinks the establishment of should treat Zsfzibar differently
-': :2rrBrFletcher; Knebel, Cowles Washington Bureau from the small band of states- make sure reporters follow channels from now on. even illogical African frontiers from our other seven
._ .
'f- "
: 4 .q
righters in the Congress and bringing together an anarchy neighbors.
/"; : Indonesia' Sukarno says ,to hell with American aid. Now, hold on there, Suky. in a few state capitals, statements SPLASH: Everyone else has been kidding about President of tribes, was one of Perhaps-he is beiag discreet
': : Nobody is going to frighten 'in solvency merely by swearing at'us. equally as rash, petty Johnson's use of the White House swimming pool, and now the colonialism's few concrete ac or optimistic. Some of
;. -- preposterous, irrational and chief executive apparently figures he might as well get some complishments."I his security offidak remember
: :i Senator Fulbright says U. 8. foreign policy is choked up with "myths." Title false as those made so loudlyin mileage out of it too. He told a visiting group of Baptists about don't see how either now how violence leapt from

,: : for new movie script by FulbrightzJaaw.: ,. _. .The. 'Vest. Was Hung. 1864 against the efforts of the day the Rev. Billy Graham and Bill.Moyers, a young White or in the future we can ever that island all the way to
.f -- -" a central government. House aide who is an ordained Bap'bt preacher, were amonga play with these borders," he Uganda less than three
Barry Goldwater brands Defense Boss McNamara "an all-time loser." There are no sovereign group of swimmers. "Everyone else was already a Christian, says. "That would only pro months ago. But Nyerere, the
:: Whereas Barry has only lost once this year and then nothing but his shirt. states and there have not so they just took turns baptizing each other," Mr. Johnson said. duce war and invite great pow visionary, chooses to avoid

4 been any since 1789. It is only er intervention. I know of no contemplation of problems he
: Kennedy half-dollars are a sell-out around the nation. Next, Republicans are the central government and instance in history where cannot easily influence himself
.- ; : predicting a special. .issue of LBJ $3 bills. .. the Constitution of the United I- there has been peaceful revision it is hard enough to face

.._ -- States that give us the equal of boundaries. The answerto decisions at home.
Friends hope Cassius Clay will be accepted es Cassius X. Sports fans go fur- rights and make us a nation. 'rYtJ QM R.'ht Africa's problems is Afri- An intriguing map Nyerere,

ther and hope he's soon known as X champ. .. The harvest of "states rights"as can unity, not frontier brainy and open minded; but
0" proclaimed today can only J .fJil changes." has he the resolute'stay t

If this government had a heart, the Post Office would at: least\,grant. 'us be grief and loss for the states ing power for this ardHed
free franking privileges when mailing in income tax returns. and region involved. IN A LITERAL sense Nye: course!

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Jax does not have such. the of-November ballot for
ly up morning : an elector to take.
*.. STILL A READERIrregularities /;, *5,1960., ", : into the voting booth,. ".* ties and who suggested that for all> true Republicans, !
Voice of the 4 %' t ,. They did n't need anyone whether registered as Demo-
L People Isn't'.it amazing how excit- Or. (BK) the person who, watching the election 'jirocedores crats or as Independents, to
ed invidiuals can get when when asked for voting assist- ?" shed the disguise and eliminate -

In Past Votes they are affected, or think. ance by a blind elector who this abominable one party ,
u ,(Continued from Page 4)) tra legal actions are not ,deserving This come torment or high they are- affected, ,by the stated he"Wanted to vote for Yes, these irregularitieshave \ system Alachua County and j
wrong: doings of others? I Xixon and Lodge took 'the occurred and not a
of water. Torment there and Florida have lived with
vituperation by a;: Sun:. Congratulations so
i 1\\ when wonder_if those blind, into feather was ruffled until they
past year, votes were newspaper which is-;otherwise high tide election year USA among complaining person the booth long!
not unanimous on your two editorial now might find and. the levers struck home! _
)t they were often nominally committed to do so- The escape and voyage: here we : pulled. for Ken-'
J 3 to 2. The two were originally called "liberal position" inthe for many is only a snap concerning the alleged irregularities (A) The election worker icdy and ,Johnson.: How'do we eliminate these Then all real Republicans

1 ] .among the four of pre- area of civil rights. though it took only se\.eQ' during the recent appointed by our County Com Or '(C) one of the -precinctJfficials ,abuses? A good starting point can help the Democrats clean .
f vious ,times. And even during Either the Sun.is honestly bullets to silence Castro's her elections! The sad thing is mission, who 'during the electionof who refused to let a might be a third editorial< -an house! J

j I; last year the two voted as a committed to civil rights, and licopter pilot's object oI1S'. that 'they might well have' ,1960,, and using theside Republican poll watcher, duly editorial calling for the end JAYNE B. BUTTERWORTH <-
< bloc more' often than did the is therefore willing to "live Then 54 people packed in five been avoided ,completely if, -of the voting machine as certified by the Supervisor of of a one-party county' and Republican State I

'I three. The two constituted a with". o c cas s ional excesses small boats one of these someone had _been .so_stirred a desk, was marking a sample .Registration, perform her du- state an editorial calling CommitteewomanDepartment zi.
bloc but it was a minority -
necessary to ,swift redress of saying he no can shoo fly in .
bloc; hence the hue and cry.Let's -
the Svn is Cuban concentration .,
grievance or
'forget the false no- ...
only committed in words and. The guards swat him with a .
tion that
future tied
our is to I .r
sides with enemies of civil stick every time he try shoo ". -
| one of jaI
man or group men
rights when the.action begins.It flyaway from food! -
I and that honor and honesty W-
I are lacking in our City Com- seems to me that there is Did someone say the, hard- .11-.
\I mission majority. no comparison whatever between est part of the refugee's' life ",
It's hard to 100 years of criminal l. was not over or was that Managers k
it{ see power pass
''i, to younger hands. But there unconstitutional law violation the rumble of the "Great S A ( ..
,.' lies our possible salvation. which in effect disenfranchised Election Tide",USA? 1 -, .

> ( The older generations have millions of Americans and EDSEL MIKELL' .15

A : made a.mess. Only physical two years of administrative Bell ': ,.
permissiveness that only hopedto ; ..
f strength is evident and that ,: /-: i
'] teeters on the Brink of a nuclear correct in some negligible Says Jax Lacks : :,::

l | war which would de- way the outrages ,of our -,., .
(i i.stroy it all Let's lay aside ancestors.Mrs. Fair Press :" .

+ our bitter selfishness and Bethea, if brought be- .Exclusive, At Sears Craftsman 20in. :
make Gainesville better. fore a grand jut, should be EDITOR, Sun:, Since I rec -'- \ ..
; SINCERELY given honors for her'sense of ently had to change my home "
,citizenship. To abuse her now from the Gainesville area to '

}j Says Election is only to confess our lack' of the Jacksonville area I find : : 1 Self '
.. awareness of what needs to be that the thing I most miss is I \\ Cleaning :

\\ Laxity Justified done to make Gainesville a the good old Gainesville Sun ,I I '
1 civilized American communi with it's high principles 'and' '

) \ EDITOR, Sun: I was soroe- ty. fair editorials.It '
( 4 what taken aback the editorial MEL RLACKllixing' is a shame that an otherwise -' ;
t : Mower .

,t 22) Sun in which the Sunday purported(Marc an Politics should be fine cursed two city with dailies'and like' 'three Jax r- : :'. : rRotary h I IL.

I H 'airing of the linen." The in- newspapers, :_
If'I ference t h a t an invest!;ation With Cuba a weekly, none of which has t
intellectual level above the : :
\ :
into the permissive methods fifth grade. It is baffling to _., -- I Nk i199
I I of registration was necessary EDITOR, Sun: Shoo fly think that at this time whena SEARS LOW, .t
might indicate i to a casual Cuban; Yankee's politikin' '
''crusading They say that ain't hay either. dictatorial the help mayor of has citizen rejected .H. ,-, LOW PRICE : ), ;: .
the that
reformer leveling its From papers we see groups to preserve. ,peace and ll .
I! well fed and vote hungry
lance at surreptitious political some -
life there is no paper publishing
\ organization.But office seekers seem sud-
Letters To The Editor in With Catcher
where, we must inquire, denly upset over the Cubans which a privte' citizen can ? as Shown79.99 a -.

was the Sun's purging. power staying here. Then the cry express his views of city' af- v b NO MONEY DOWN ;
during the past 70 years of may be heard from another fairs. csc:: ::_ .

Negro disenfranchisement? camp to "send" someone What Jax needs is 'a paperof
In hopes of correcting obvi- down there and cut Castro's the quality of The Sun or x PAFTS N On Sears Easy Payment Plan :.

ous suffrage discrimination in water on. The. Atlanta Constitution. No. 3HP. 4"cycle engine. 9 :
this country, a few in consequential Our unity and purpose must city can realize it's' greatest
quick :
technicalities may be as clear as mud ,to these potential without a newspaper height-of-cut adjust-
have been infringed upon; who have been fortun ate with integrity and the interestof ments from 3/4 to BY :, .
however these essentially ex- enough to make it safely here. the citizenry at heart. Sad- i I '-'- a inches. "E-Z"-Fill.'n-Droin :

J. $ ti -0 .,, ,ry oil tube. Full remote control

t on the handle for fast E:

Governor Candidates Slate slow, off and\ choke.- ,< "> z :1-::


::t Key Talks Before WomenBy *e Free service and parts GUARANTEE upon return, if any part proves "w..t

defective within 1 year of sale. Normal use, wear or l.-."

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS(that he would appoint a woman Robert King High of Miami .'-..,. % damage are not covered by this guarantee. -,..-.-.
The paths of candidates for I member of the state board of again sounded a call for candi- '
governor led to Orlando today, control if elected. dates for governor to report A a.
I where they are to make a joint I John Mathews of Jacksonville {their personal finances to the. Nation-Wide ServiceWe
I! before the Floida said that as he would j votes. .... ':
appearance I governor service what ,we sell! No matter where you live :
League of Women Voters to- push for immediate constructionof !i "I think most people have a .. '. CRAFTSMAN: : : :J' or move. Sears expert service jlaWrVrriavver :-
on is
night.It Interstate 95 down the Flor-well-founded curiosity as to how $
will be one .of the key appearances -ida east coast. Delays in construction .'I I'much a man spends or is prepared available through any Sears store or Mail Order =
of the campaign for to protect owners of J to spend, to be elected to .House. ,:-;
the contestants, for the women's I state turnpike bonds are short-:the highest office in our land,", --

organization appears to pack a changing the whole state, Math-i;he. said. i iI sarra.a 2-HP l -in. GrafIsmau ;
sizeable political wallop.On |ews said. | Fred Karl drew the editorial :
the eve of'the appearance,, Fred 0. Dickinson of West'!endorsement ,of his home newspaper -i : to With 4-cycle Engine : .f
Scott Kelly of Lakeland talked;I Palm Beach said that Florida j I The Daytona Beach

about his proposals to spotlight I,must have "the finest free public News-Journal. The newspaper ,
ways for women to participateto education system in America I[said that Karl showed: the qualities !. With Catcher 99 :
a greater extent in public and iif it is to keep in front in the I of a good governor and 49
I As Shown . . 59.99 \
community, service.\ He, also said space age. I that he was'a clean-cut political PULSATOR-TYPE ,., ..
'- -
figure. LAWN ,SPRINKLERS Recoil starter. Steel housing with center-side ::
Mayor Haydon Burns of Jacksonville ,
F LORI DA facts said in Miami. that he .- discharge chute. Height-of-cut: adjusts l from 1 1-16 ;::

E ** would support the public accommodations Reg. 6.49 588 ,, ti to 3 5-16 inches. E-Z Fill-n-Dram oil tube. ::

o I section of the ,civil Engine controls on tubular steel handles. .::
rights bill if it were to become Craftsman. Adjustable: to '
.' law. As either mayor or governor spray full' or partial circles. Power Mowers, As Low As <33.99 '}
Sturdy die-cost zinc base. '
k-; Burns said, he was com- : ,
mitted to back the law of the .< '
land. '
4 r In Fort Lauderdale, Dickinson 69.95 30 :
came out in favor of the, con- : Regular ; gallon Gas or ,

troversial toll road proposed to '

run between Fort Laudedaleand Electric Water Heaters s
Collier County.In S -:k
another development,Mathews [;il .
challenged Dickinson to a ,
television debate in Miami next -

Sunday already night.reserved The candidateshad back-to- ;ill SAVE 15.07 EACH ,

back time slots.Says S
kj' .. .. ,

FLORIDA'S 3,900..". :...s< ;.,.. .r.. KyiiesUsing GUARANTEE ,
i INDUSTRY WHICH WILL SELL MORE THAN $25,000,000 free if tank fails within 5 :S
WORTH OF PLANTS, PALMS, SHADE AND flOWERING Plane years of sale. Pay regularS '
current price during next I' r'
5 yeors, subtracting t/
120th of price for each .'
The Minerals. .. j a' 1 For PoliticsTAMPA month remaining on guarantee -
r installation ex- I NO MONEY DOWN
MINING OPERATIONS ,.....' -' \ (AP) Earl Fair- on Sears Easy Payment Plan '
IN 42 OF 67 \ r cloth, a candidate for state attorney

COUNTIES ALSO CON. \ general, has accused incumbent .. r GAS: 37,000 BTU capacity ..heotsELECTRIC: With 1000-watt uper tIe.
TRIBUTES HEAVILY TO .__ 't\ James Kynes of using 34.1! gallons of water 100 in 1 hour. ment and 600-watt lower element. Concealed
----- FLORIDA'S ECONOMY 41 t state-owned airplanes for cam- 4, Thick fiber glass insulation helps keep thermostat adjusts from 120 to
WITH THOUSANDS OF 4_ paign trips. Kynes replied that water in tank hot longer. Frontmount180.. Glass-lined tank 2'/2 inch fiber
JOBS AND MILLIONS OF .j I the charge is absurd. ed.temperature control dial adjusts from gloss insulation keeps water in tank hot

DOLLARS IN PAYROLLS. ; 1 1ioiigi Faircloth said Tuesday in 90, to 165\ 'Regular, 69.951! Save! longer. UL listed. Regular 69.95! Save!
i Tampa he made the accusationin
a telegram to Gov. Farris
Bryant. He said the relegram
; read: '"'. --")
Citrus Workers i -1 H'
"I respectfully call your atten- ,
tion to the indiscriminate use by
Minimum Wage Attacked I your: political crown prince, Mr J ; r
Kynes of the so-called. Brvantair :
force in his campaign for t Completely Installed; 15-yr. Guarantee .
LAKELAND (AP) -The Cit-I I The council organized several'I attorney general. use of the

rus Industrial Council has complained -subcommittees to study the Bryant air force by our appointee 3-inl Asphalt Roofing ; f F.
that the U. S. Depart-*problem.I !, is both illegal and unfair. ,
ment of Labor violated the ex- Labor Secretary Willard Wirtz!
I "So flagrant have these abuses
press intent of Congress by setting ordered the minimum to
'wage been that it has been suggestedyou { '
I a 95-cent hourly minimum t take effect April 15. establish the 'Governor Bry- No Payments Til Oct. 1st.

wage, for foreign workers; The citrus Industry normallypays ant Air Medal for political mis- Average 24 x 36 Ft. Straight 118 .
brought into the United Statesto "
; workers by the amount I sions.. Gable Roof ,
harvest crops. they pick currently IS cents a' The Miami candidate asked! ,. 'S ,
"We wish to make it clear that,box for grapefruit and 20 cents:]i the governor to ground Kynes.'.
we are no attacking the so-j a box for oranges, with higher't In Tallahassee Kynes said: : Count on Sears roofing shingles to drying Treated for maximum resi r .
called 95- "lnt minimum hourly raies in some cases. meet or exceed all F.HA or U.L tance to all weather. Count on for fine a.
'This Is absurd
wage 'as such," Chairman Johns i Industry leaders complainthat I and childish. He is des- standards. Lo n9' -lastin9 dependability appearing "classic 3-dimensibnal f r / ,A.
of Lake Wales getting quality built to resist cracking look"! 1
dyke said Tuesday a minimum hourly wage perate early. I have never used, ,, A
j j guarantees a worker 95 cents an I a state airplane for political pur
But Congress has repeatedly hour even though he picks only pose and never intend to'do so.,; Shop at Sears and. Save Gainesville ,STORE: HOURS
exempted agriculture from theminimum one box of fruit. It rewards the;I I have not flown in a state air d ati.rae .oa Guaranteed orYomr3S_Back SEARS 14 S. Main fla'i Mon.. Fri., Tues., Wed., Thurs., Sat.
-- FR 2-8461 9 A.M.-9 P.M. 9 A.M. TO 5:30 P.M.
wage laws, he said. inefficient worker,. they say I plane ia over a month." .-

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ly Jar does not have such. up the morning of November ballot:for an elector to. take,
STILL. A.READERIrregularities 51960. .. .* into the voting booth, ; ties and who suggested that for all. true Republicans,
of the 4' "They d j d n't need .anyone whether registered as Democrats
People Isn't it amazing' how excit- Or.- IB))t the person"who; watching. the election i froced-A or as Independents, to
ed invidiuaIs can get when when asked for voting assist- "
ures? shed the'disguise and eliminate
In .Pa Votes they are affected, or think ance by. a blind elector :who _._. ,. this abominable oneParty
(Continued from Page 4)) tra legal actions are not ,deserving This come torment or.high they are affected, ,by thewrong' stated he wanted to vote for Yes, these- irregularitieshave system Alachua County and
doings of others? I Xixon and Lodge. took occurred -:= and not
of vituperation water. Torment there and EDITOR a
by af Sun: Congratulations Florida have lived with so !'
I past year, when votes were newspaper which.is_otherwise high. tide election year .USA wonder if among those complaining blind person ,into the booth feather was ruffled until they long! i
not unanimous, they were of- nominally committed to do so- The escape and voyage here on your two editorial- 'now we might find: and."pulled the levers for Ken- struck home! .

ten 3 to 2. The two were originally called "liberal position" in the for many is only a snap concerning the alleged irregularities (A) The election worker ledy and.Johnson. How.do we eliminate these Then all real Republicanscan '

_I among the four of preI' area of civil rights. though it took only seven during the recent appointed by our County Com: Or :(C) one of the precinct abuses? A good starting point help the Democrats clean
vious times. And even during elections! The sad thing is mission, who 'during the election officials who house!
Either the Suns honestly bullets to silence Castro's her refused to let a might be a third editorial -an
I', last year the. two voted as a committed to civil rights: and licopter pilot's. objections.Then that they might ,well have'- '. .of-1960,, and using the Republican poll watcher, duly editorial calling for the end JAYNE B. BUTTERWORTH
tj bloc more often than did the is therefore willing to "live 54 people packed in five been avoided ,completely if, side-of the'voting machine as certified'by the Supervisor of of a one-party county''' and Republican State

it I bloc three. The two constituted a with" o c cas s ional excesses small boats one of these someone had been,.so stirred a desk, was marking a sample Registration, perform her du- state an editorial calling CommitteewomanSMIS
but it was a minoritybloc '
necessary to swift redress of saying he no can. shoo fly in
; hence the hue and cry.Let's -
grievance =:: or the Sun is Cuban concentration camp!
'forget the false notion
1: that our future is tied to only committed in words and. The guards swat him with a ,
sides with enemies of civil stick every time he try shoo ., .
.1 one and man that or honor group and of honesty meRit rights when the.action begins. fly away from food! "-:' -, ', ,---! ..:...,,. '.:: "-1.-. t:

f, are lacking in our City Com It seems to me that there is Did someone say the hard-
. .; mission majority no comparison whatever be- est part of the refugee's life
": It's hard to see power pass tween 100 years of criminal, was not over or was that Department Managers
t,: to younger hands. But there unconstitutional law violation the rumble of the "Great SAIIIE Ir

.fJ lies our possible salvat ion..i which in effect disenfranchised Election Tide",USA? .......
.i I The; older generations have millions of Americans, and EDSELUKELL ,...
i j made a. mess. Only physical two years of administrative Bell -
i'i strength is evident and that permissiveness that only hopedto t.I tt..
' '1 teeters on the Brink of a nuclear correct in some negligible Says Jax Lacks :
_I war which would destroy way the outrages ,of our ,
J. it alL Let's lay aside ancestors. Fair Press -: I

._;4 our bitter selfishness and Mrs. Bethea, if brought before .Exclusive. At Sears - Craftsman 20in.
make Gainesville better. a grand jury, should. be EDITOR Sun: Since I recently .
SINCERELY given honors for her sense of had to change my home. .
,citizenship. To abuse her now from the Gainesville area to ,

Election is only to confess our lack of the Jacksonville area I find \ : < Self
11 Says awareness of what needs to be that the thing I 'most miss is { .\\ Cleaning f

.: Laxity. Justified done to make Gainesville a the good old Gainesville Sun .

--j; civilized American commune with it's> high principles and :.;
r EDITOR, Sun: I was somewhat ty. fair editorials.It ) :\ -
is a shame that an otherwise -- ft
taken aback by the editorial MEL BLACK J i j
f in the Sunday (March fine city like Jax Rotary Mowers
should be cursed with three :
i 22) Sun which
tl purported .anif : Politics .
Mixing : _. .. ..
dailies' and
"airing of the linen." The inference newspapers, two ...
\i' t hat an investigationinto With Cuba a weekly, none of which' has j "
intellectual level above the : : i
the permissive methods an >. . ._ .
IT :
4 fifth grade. It is baffling to ; 9 9
of registration was necessary EDITOR, Sun: Shoo fly think that at this time whena : 7t: c SEARS LOW, y :1 j
might indicate i to a casual Cuban; Yankee's politikin' '.. .. 6 9 ;
dictatorial mayor has re- LOW PRICE I
reader that the Sun is a cru- They say that ain't hay either. '. .
jected the help of citizen :. .
rk &
sading reformer leveling its From the papers we see that groups to preserve peace and % : 1
lance at surreptitious political some well fed and vote hun-
life there is no paper publishing -
organization.But gry office seekers seem sud- Letters To The Editor in t
the Cubans With Catcher as Shown 79.99 t
where, we must inquire, denly upset over which a private citizen can

was the Sun's purging. pow- staying here. Then the cry express ,his views ,of city' af- NO MONEY -:
er during the past 70 years of may be heard from another fairs. t,.
Negro disenfranchisement? camp to "send" someone What Jax needs is 'a paperof V'A .
In hopes of correcting obvi- down there and cut Castro's the quality of The Sun or AN On Sears Easy Payment Plan i

ous suffrage discrimination in water on. The Atlanta Constitution. No. F :
this few in Our unity) and must -Ufi C RR 3-HP, 4-cycIe engine. 9 srVoice
country, a conse- purpose city can realize it's' greatest A .
quential technicalities may be as clear as mud to these potential without a newspaperwith quick height-of-cut adjust- :.,
have been infringed upon; who have been fortunate integrity and the interest ments from 34 to 3 'A'. ,:
however these essentially ex- enough to make it safely here. of the citizenry at heart. Sad ;--. A iA,e+ inches "E-Z"-Full-n' -Drain ;
oil tube Full remote con' :
-x: ?q" ye, trol on the handle for fast.. -

Governor Candidates Slate ....;.'. .f a ,e slow, off and choke. t .. \ .. i
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Talks Before WomenBy t 1 1z GUARANTEE i
Key ,o Free service and parts upon return, if any part proves t- I!

defective within 1 year of sale. Normal use wear.or ,"

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS that he would appoint a woman Robert King High of Miami damage are not covered by this guarantee. ,,". i;

The paths of candidates for I member of the state board of again sounded a call for candi-, '
governor led to Orlando today I control if elected. dates for governor to report '.,.
where they are to make a joint!i John Mathews of Jacksonville (heir personal finances to the. : Nation-Wide Service .: tr
before the Floida]f|:said that as he would{votes. .': -.;; .- ....
ft appearance governor j S --- We service .what we sell '! No matter. where you1 live _::
:t League of Women Voters to- push for immediate construction i I "I think most people have a +tansn.. \cRAFTIMI.il. ,
or 'move. Sears expert service on lawn* rti'ckers Is .
night.It of Interstate 95 down the flor- well-founded curiosity as to how
will be one ,of the key appearances 'ida east coast. Delays in con-'.much a man spends, or is pre- available through any Sears store or Mail Order :'

of the campaign for I struction to protect owners of I I pared to spend, to be elected to .House. .:-..
the contestants, for the women's j[I state turnpike bonds are shortchanging -I the highest office in our land," -
organization appears to pack al l! the whole state, Mathews I:he said. + 2-HP 18-in. Craftsman Mflf3
sizeable political wallop. j I said. I Fred Karl drew the editorial ? ,
On the eve of the appearance,!I 1 Fred 0. Dickinson of West i i endorsement ,of his home news- With 4 cl ..
Scott Kelly of 'Lakeland talked Palm;!' Beach said that Florida'paper, The Daytona Beach c y C Engine J

about his proposals to spotlight j I must have "the finest free public News-Journal. The newspaper!. ,. :
ways for women to participate, education system in Americaif f said that Karl showed the qualities +
With Catcher
to a greater extent in public and it is to keep in front in the; of a good governor and 49991\
As Shown . 59.99 .
community- -service.-( -He also- said- space age" I II I that figure.he was'a clean-cut political. PULSATOR-TYPE ,. A. ; \, L '

I Mayor Haydon Burns of Jacksonville LAWN SPRINKLERS Recoil starter. Steel housing with center-side =:

F LORI DA facts said in Miami that.he discharge chute. Height-of-cut.adjusts from 1 1-16
.. E
... would support the public accommodations Reg. 6.49 588 ,.+, to '3 5-16 inches. E-Z Fill-n:Dnein oil tube. ....
section of the civil Engine controls on tubular steel handles. '.
: ..- rights bill if :it were to become Craftsman. Adjustable to
... law.. As either mayor or gover- spray full' or partial. circles. Power Mowers As Low As 33.99.,.
1.- nor. Burns said, hewas' committed Sturdy die-cost zinc hue r"..
a h ft1 to back the law of the : .:>:,'
land. ; r:"

In Fort Lauderdale, Dickinsoncame Regular 69.95 30 gallon Gas : :::
out in favor of the con- ; or ; :
(' troversial toll road proposed to

* run and Collier between County.In Fort. Laudedale Electric Water Heaters ; r_' I

another development,Mathews !mJ' k
challenged Dickinson to a I Ii

television debate in Miami next '

Sunday already night.reserved The candidateshad back-to- i ii1 SAVE 15.07 EACH .1,

4 i 1 back time slots.bays 5' .' S j

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? c. TT .. 8 8'
FLORIDA'S 3,900.. l' .
isynesUsing ... .
New water heater installed ,
i INDUSTRY WHICH WILL SELL MORE THAN $25,OOOOOO .. free if tank fails within 5 c::; :
WORTH OF PLANTS, PALMS, SHADE AND FLOWERING Plane years of sale. Pay regular g ;
TREES THIS YEAR. current price during next
5 years subtracting I120rh /

The Minerals. .. i ,. For PoliticsTAMPA ,. month remaining of price for guarantee each :$: ...
i12\\ :.r; installation extra 8 NO MONEY DOWN .
INDUSTRY, WITH COM- \1\t .* g: ".
MERCIAL MINING OPERATIONS (AP) Earl Fair- on Sears Easy Payment Plan .
IN 42 OF'67 Rr cloth, a candidate for state attorney

COUNTIES ALSO CON general, has accused In- GAS: 37,000 BTU capacity ..heatsELECTRIC: With 1000-watt uper ele ,
TRIBUTES HEAVILY TO 11 cumbent James Kynes of using 31.1} gallons of water 100 in 1 hour. ment and 600-watt I lower element. Cwv.'
FLORIDA'S ECONOMY / t state-owned airplanes for campaign "1. Thick fiber glass insulation helps keep cealed thermostat adjusts from 120" to .

WITH THOUSANDS OF ; the trips. Kynes replied that water in tank hot longer. Frontmount180. Glass-lined tank 2'/2 .- inch fiberglass *- ,
JOBS AND MILLIONS OF charge absurd. ,. temperature control dial adjusts from insulation! keeps water in tank hot
DOLLARS IN PAYROLLS. ( j Faircloth said Tuesday in 90 to 165' 'Regu'ar' 69.95! Save! longer. UL 'listed, Regular 69.95! SavclCompletely ;
;Tampa be made the accusation

}in a telegram to Gov. Farris
----- --
-;Bryant. He said the relegram
read: .- ,
Foreign Citrus Workers 1 '
"I respectfully call your attention a > f _" .
to the indiscriminate use by

! Minimum Wage AttackedLAKELAND your: political crown prince, Mr: : J 'r
I Kynes, of the so-called: Bryant Installed 15 Guarantee .
air force, in his campaign for ; -yr. -i .
AP) -The Citrus -I I The council organized several:I .
attorney general use of the ;
Industrial Council has complained -j subcommittees to study th Bryant air force by our appointee 1 3-in-l Asphalt Roofing
that the U. S. Depart-!i{problem. is both illegal and unfair.
ment of Labor violated the express Labor Willard Wirta tl I
"So flagrant have these abuses ff
,intent of Congress by set ordered the minimum 'wage tc) been that it has been suggested S SCount
.. ting a 95
for foreign workers The citrus ..industry norm ant Air Medal for political mis- Average 24 x 36 Ft. StraightGable $11. 8. t"
brought into the United Statesto sions."
harvest pays workers by the amotml!t r
crops.Ve I they pick-currently 15 cents i a The Miami candidate asked J. '
I "\ wish to make it clear that,box for grapefruit and 20 cent!sj the governor to ground Kynes.,
I we are no attacking the so-la I box for oranges, with highei rl i Tallahassee : on Sears roofing shingles to drying. Treated for maximum resin ,. f
In said
I called 95-cent minimum hourly i rates in some cases. absurd, Kynes : meet or exceed all FH.A. or U.L tance to all weather Count on for fine it '
"This is ,
: wage as such," Chairman John:i Industry leaders complairthat 11' \ standards. Long-l lasting dependability appearing "classic 3-dimensfcnaI t'i J
and childish. He is des-
dyke of Lake Wales said Tues-: a minimum hourly getting quality built to resist cracking. look"'! ( ,
wage! perate early. I have never used, ?
day.But {guarantees a worker 95 cents az 1\a\ state airplane for political: pur;, 1
Congress has repeatedly hour even though' he picks onl) pose and never intend to do so. Shop at Sears and Save Gainesville, Flo. i .STORE HOURS l
exempted agriculture from thej one box of fruit. It rewards tb'I I have not flown in a state airplane i gatir etica Geanmteed, eiaeYoarTBatk SEARS 14 S. Main St. Mon, Fri., Tuei., Wed., Thuri., Set. t
minimum wage laws, he inefficient worker, they say. in over a. month." fR2.8461 9 A.iM.-9 P.M. 9 A.M. TO 5:30 P.M.

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: Gainesville Sun Wednesday, April,-1964 .

Bailey Praises Save At A&P: Special: "Super-Right" Quality Heavy Western BeefSuperRight" J

t'V" ': '"';

Junior ,4v RY1 ,: ,

CollegesMIAMI "i.L .>'.":'' -

I BEACH (AP): The is .one answer to our mounting I
1 community junior college pro- problems in higher educationsaid c, ? a
: : gcam is the most important contribution Bailey.
: to the changing picture Bailey said next fall Florida
\ of education in America during would have a community junior 'I
this century, Florida School college located within commuting
\ Supt Thomas D. Bailey said distance of 69 per cent of
\ today.In the state's population, and two- r-
a speech prepared for delivery thirds of freshmen students
r to the annual conventionof would be enrolled in junior .
the American Association of colleges.The -
Junior Colleges, Bailey outlined Florida plan was devel-
I the following five factors in oped after a statewide study. It
U.S. society which he said back calls for long range develop-
up his high estimate of the ment of a junior college system >'' s r.P'rww RIB l'- ; ::
i program. able to serve $9 per cent of the
:The impact of thousands upon population within commuting
thousands of students seeking distance, said Bailey. SIRLOINTOP :
j I higher educations. He said the program would % i; : Your :.
The steadily increasing costs not have been possible withoutthe .
{/ of education. : grass roots support of the ROUND Choice
-TT .
I Tougher admission require-' citizens of the state and the ,, r:." ..,
ments of the universities. Legislature.In j '
I/I : 4u9:
New and diversified functionsof 1957, he added, there were : TBONE : w- :
higher education. five junior colleges with total
( The pressing need for education -enrollment of 4,000; today there 1 Ib- :
beyond high school in mod- are 30 serving 50,000 students. I :' Western Be* SIRLOIN TIP
em-day America."I "...Planning has assured that :
believe that the community -institutions will be built where BONELESS

junior college-the only educational -they are needed," said Bailey, :; I'' 1 CLUB., .,.t
I institution specifically "not based on political whim or ROASTS _
i developed in the United States- community pride." 1N- .:
Minute Cubed
!' OR RUMP -

Wide Open FightIn :.---- Your Choice Full Cut Chuck Steak Ib. 49c

LB. -

Calif. PoliticsSACRAMENTO -...

Grade A Frozen Young
Calif. (AP- home after a long absence to : "
Old friends parted company, run for office. 10-H-lb. avg. Pot Pies . each 19c Beef . -*. *<,. 1.29 Steak or Roast lb. 49cT.. M
and the Democratic split over Tom C. Carvey, president of
the party's contest for the U.S. the 70,000-member California TURKEYS 39c Allgood Brand SUGAR CURED BREAKFAST FRESH LEAN CAP'N JDH 'SFRIED

Sepate widened on all fronts to- Democratic Council, charge
that Salinger's last-minute entr: Bacon ... 2-lb. Pkg. 89c Ground Chuck lb. 69c Fish Sticks . lb. pkg. 59c.
J day.Don Bradley executive dire was a "brazen power play b; I GRADE A FROZEN ,
tor of the Democratic State Central Big Daddy Jesse Unruh. Th.CDC : .

Coy.Committee Edmund G., broke Brown off to with 1 become Caivey has endorsed accused Cranston.AssembJ Hens . .lb. 45c short Ribs .. .lb. 33c Arm Roast bone in ..b. 59c Shrimp . . lb. 79c I

campaign manager for Speaker Unruh of engaging i
Pierre Salinger, former Whit' ::'a cynical double game"-pu' .
House press secretary whc 'icly sympathetic to Sen. Eng! SANDWICH [
leaped into the race March 20 "')ut working behind the scene JANE PARKER WHITE ENRICHED.REGULAR OR rHO1t1.l .
Brown, backing State Con- to line up his own candidate.
troller Alan Cranston for Sen Engle's Northern CaliforniJiairman \ i i :.
Clair Engle's seat, was obviously Assemblyman Jer- A I '"
With this coupon aM purchu of
displeased. He said Bradley. ome R. Waldie, D-Antioch, pooh- 1 11 i j I.. Salada ti.I I .w.
his 1962 re-elec- that the Democratic 2
who managed 'xjohed( talk
Tea 48 for 69c I It
tion effort, acted without his ap- incumbent would pull out of the f I Bogs : :.
RIME! :il JAX. 4-144 '
proval. June 2 primary.He LB. i Coupon good through Sat., April 4 I I ,.....
The governor fired off a letterto called it wishful thinkinr : .
"'friends and to who LOAVES _. ::
"some thought
supporters" they --
by --------- ---- -----
let them know that he is still' could huff and puff and blow the I ,
behind Cranston for the Democratic I man down." M : tm1C.tBDI. 1 1-
I nomination. He urged Engle filed for re-election In M
\ them to back his choice.. I the face of assertions by state 'illft g.\w PLAIDSTAMPS ,.
Cranston, in a speech Tuesday'party leaders, including the gov- tJV ,
night, declared Slinger is "rid ernor, that he 1s too ill to run. I
big for the same fall as Richard! The 52-year-old senator under- Special! Jane Parker Delicious Pineapple or Blackberry 1 With this coupon and purchase of t,
Nixon." He alluded to the fact went brain surgery last Augustbut Fresh Fruits & Vegetables' !' 1 6 Cans of'Gaines 11b. cons I .-

that Salinger, like Nixon: came he says he's recovering.lit PE. 9,,.I I Dog Food 6 cans 99c 1
1 '/ -LB- EACHSpecial S JAx. 44+ i
/ Cou,... food through SI'. April 4 1
His Shelter Business FRESH TENDER. POLE '
i A&P Grade A Fancy FruitCocktail. L.__!!:---------- ---------- '

Not Exactly Booming I 4 I-LB. CANS 89 Beans 2 Ibs. 25' r----. mJWIPLAID

People buying fallout shelters pIe don't seem to realize the SCAMPS
ItI seems to have a close similarity effects of radiation." Special! Yellow Cling, Vis or sliced-1 Ib.,, -oz. IONA FRESH GREEN I 'L
to people eating olives either 1 with this Ctv.11 end purchiM tt -
I "Some people feel like they're ... 6 Cans Any Vari4tye =
like :
them don't.There's
: I they or they 'being fatalistic if they buy a P h 3 79* I Ann Page 1-lb. cans ,-
no middle ground. I' ac es CANS
t I c Baked Beans 6
shelter," he said. o. Ib 5 n.A,7.C f
So Gene ;
says Tracy, 1526 NE Cabbage JA X 4 : :
i Coupe good through tat. *'
: 12th Terrace. "Others, when they learn that # _
\ Tracy, who was a full-time they have to get a building per Special! Golden Cream SIIna _.. ___ ...._ ,:_ : ,",..:, !ITT.
student at the University of mit, won't put in a shelter be- ------------ _.

Florida, began selling fallout cause their neighbors will CORN .5 49 FRESH TENDER ;; ci t
( shelters to supplement his in know," he said. I-LB. CANS 1 ;
come. He soon discovered that Tracy, who swapped one fall- '
the shelters were not selling I out shelter for a camping trailer 1E
Special! Green Giant Tender Sweet lb.29c I"5O&tm & I
like the proverbial "hot cakes." has two more shelters to sell. Asparagus :
"I've never encountered sucha A retired serviceman, Tracy I r
peculiar attitude like the one had to leave school to work. His PEAS 5 99* Whb th's eeup..n/ purchase of :
\ CANS 2 Ctns. Ann Pafle
le have toward buying fallout wife is expecting their fifth
I Com Oil i 1 Ib. ctns
shelters," Tracy said. "Peo child. CRISP ICEBERG LARGE Margarine 2 stns, 49c = w+.
i Special!. White House Instant Nonfat I t JA,. 4-4-44 .....
c..,.. geed fIIl'IVtlt fat. AIN'II 4 :.;

i Cramer.Welcomes Barry LettuceSAVE head! 19 c i ... ,.. > t=
1'1! Dry Milk 12T PKG. 79 Lou.t _______-_______:f'r________-___;'-

: .
As Truth Squad MemberBarry .--------------------------------
..1It111.:.:. ,

Goldwater has been contender made this Sail s Gdvn
welcomed to Republican Committeeman ing after was a week's squabble morn-' AT A&P. on your Everyday Detergent 1lb. 3-oz. pkg. 25c I j J I5'i i t t
: Hugh E d w ards among state Republicans COn-' I f
"truth squad" to monitor statements cerning last week's cancella-! Ann PageKetchup WItII tlus uu,.. a... ""eusa'; ""': = ,,,
1 14-oz. bottle 2 for 37c I ii <;
by Congressman William tion of a visit to Gainesville and LAUNDRY : Ia Jane Parker orange or lemon --' '

Cramer of St. Petersburg. other parts of Florida by Goldwater's -i ; Chicken of the Sea Light Meat 1/ j Chiffon Cake ........ 59cJAX. --- ,,f
Cramer's statement welcom- two sons. I 4444
Cramer said he welcom-i '. Chunk. tuna 3 u12-OZ.' cans $1. 1 Coupon food througfc Sit* Apr 4 r:: $
ing the Arizona presidential was %\'k. .( I ..... >tCarnation
ing Goldwater after William I AIDS' i '"
I Instant !. "- !
Paley, head of the unpledged I Milk .......... ----------------=:
Solo Flier Goldwater slate, said Goldwater 5-1-qt.. pkgs. 53c -------------- =

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told him the trip was called off Birdseye Frozen Cobbed r ---- --- -.I 1

Due in Cairo because Goldwater did not want. Detergent Corn ................ 2 ear pock 27c 1: m-4IItt.: 1!I I ITIDE.
to to be Cramerfor
appear backing i : r.hn
1 GOP national committeeman .- ,. .gt.. pkg. 79c Nabisco-i Premium 1 fn \," PLAID ,,a ,
AP housewife
CAIRO ( ) Flying -
Geraldine Mock of Colum- from Florida. ;% Saltines .............. l-lbf box 29c : trY STAMPS.j t ,
bus, Ohio, was expected in Cai- Cramer blamed the unpledged Fabric Conditioner 1 1-lb.., 1oz. pkg. G /. wire this covpM ase J
Republican slate for the
cancellation S1 Orange
Reliever tS
late today on her solo flight ;
ro around the wold. In reality, the unpledged DOWNY pkg. 47c Honey............. 5-lb. jar $1.53 Bufferin btl JAX.. of 4444 100 1.13 &,I _

Airport authorities said Mrs. Goldwater delegates from Ala-I Chase&Sanbom 1 I ea.,.. awe tferott S.tApril 4 :

ock, ?3, woulbd be arriving chua County were active in ar-I Detergent-Dinnerware inside pkg-1-lb., 7oz. Coffee ................. Mb. can 85c I/ 1 i..
from Tripoli, Libya where' she ranging the meeting for the un.. -

landed Tuesday her night single-engine after' a flight plane Goldwater sons," Edwards said.Nikita PREMIUM DUZ P9.. 55< Bisquick... 2-lb. 8-oz. pkg. 51c .u (

from Algiers. SendsCondolences thkaM this tfvortiMmofrt rtM4
Save '
My PlaitTStamp* .
Another American woman Sotvrtfoy Apr -4.
1 trying to fly around the world: -z a .g: ... 6 et fate Gifts Faster
alone Joan Merriam, 27, of CALO DETERGENT DETERGENT lHt"5etAT ATIANT1C A fAOOC TtA COMfAMY.:HC._ 601 S.W. 2nd Ave.
Long Beach, Calif., was, reported -, Trend
MOSCOW (AP)' Premier Cat : Liquid, Trend
I to have landed her twin-en Khrushchev has sent a condolence .. .. ::3 CLOSE MON. THRU WfO:
gine plane at Belem, Brazil. : < Lg. Pkg. Giant Pkg. 12-Oz. 22Oz. l 1 / 7 P.M.
to President
message CLOSE THURS. AND fll..
I' When she took off Monday Johnson over the earthquake i I 3 15-oz.'cons 47C 2 for 39c 49c 29c 49c S P.M. I
from Paramaribo. Surinam-she "inr neighboring Alaska," closeto : CLOSE SAT, 7 .M. *
\ planned to fly on to Natal. Ba- Siberia.
zil. 950 miles farther south than The message made public POSTRaisin REALEMON MORTONS TABLE ALL FLAVORS VALLEY GOLD BEECHNUT STRAlNfO; : ':",, ,;
Belem. It was not known I here today asked Johnson "to Drinks
Bran Salt Drinks Frozen Foods6
whether she would head for accept our profound sympathyand Lemon Juice Hi-C i Baby : ;

Dakar. Senegal her next stop, to convey the Soviet peo 1-Lb.. 10-Oz. 1-Qt.. 14Oz. Con 6-Oz. Can
directly from Belem or put ple's.sincere condolences to the .. .
I 29c 89c 2 23C
down at Natal before crossingthe population of the affected 10-oz. pkg 8-or. bottle 25C 2 for 27 C 3 for for jars 65cI

Atlantic. I state,"


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W+ednesda w Ap rill a-1964 Gatnesntfe( Sun T 4r 9
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Blames Western Meddling f "5 : fl
_':" "t... '. -::t- ,_ .c" C.' '_Alto:"'" <" 11>.'"..
J ,1 tn

i Epr Many Africa Troubles SEARS '. ?!" ten');"

'-- Department Managers: 11 4 .
I : *
By WILLIAM DAY tribe becomes accustomed to the "know all" agriculture ex .
t Dr. Louis L. B. Leakey, world one living area they cannot perts because they said it woulc '. i ,.' ) ,_ 't .; f.r f.
famous anthropologist, blamed adapt to another area withoutthe ruin the soiL -

I :the white man's tampering for greatest of difficulty," Lea-' : :; r.t:
:many of;the, agricultural problems -key commented. What the agriculture "ex .
African tribesmen. perts" did not know, according .J. 149

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. I ;Hjlupersonic Airliner, Draws Support and program's have At-financial stake centered, pro on management\\must its agency Like oWn.be most clearly is 'expected of. the superior- airlines to, to. favor,hd the! {|''similar North hiangular design American's but-shaned that i is superior.Lockheed's"Delta!wings," overall are or :.BOWLING Loot the GREEN; Toot,(;CAP 1) J Jed 1!

country's continued leadership Boeing and Lockheed Burglars found an unelpeet.
;. I ( 3trui Qark: (Ttmra ernment-industry' program to tic support despite continuingand mew I I engines, new metals, new in aircraft manufacture and air- aircraft designers elinuiating a* the source of income,when they t
:NEW YORK The Federal build a 2,000-miIe-an-hour planeby I I almost unanimous concern manufacturing skills and evennew I line operation and a world market ;North American Aviation. Keep it Cool looted offices in. thejWarrw:
'Aviation Agency is expected to the early 1970s. J over the unprecedented cost, flight techniques will be for supersonic jets estimatedat I Boeing's wing, which folds County courthouse of more,than
tell the White House this week Its proposals ready almosta _I which has been estimated a $1 needed. several billion dollars. outward like a conventional 1 MIAMI (AP) There better I$13.009.
;teat the nation should go ahead month ahead of schedule I billion Britain and France are building wing for low-speed ilight but t lot be any real "hot copy" conv I They also broke into 13 fcrf
:wkh detailed of will follow a clear pattern set or more. The aviation also will)I I .'!machines that .
design a super- I agency a competing jet that is almost -folds into a arrow shape a! ig from the press box at Gulf were Seised+ in
onic airliner without waiting by special study groups the, Ths plane will cost so much ,point out that many technical wholly government-financ high speed, has attracted unanimous tream Park this season. ,raids and. stored in the sherrffjoffice.
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problem of paying for because it will be so much larger -i problems remain. It feels the ed. It will cost less and may airline- interest. The ,I *. .
it Jo be solved. self. park installed an auto- .
\ and fly so much higher and I!public may have lost sight oi f! reach the market three years Most of the airlines are understood natic sprinkler system in the'ITS, mailmen----
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I I.- The Nation Reacts to the War on Poverty !I klJ.c.MAY1I lUIm. o Bual..n m.1rN

Nrm Unrk atotra poverty or its outskirts."I erates, who cannot write, and eliminating poverty: the program and as a Texan against trying to eliminate And there are those who suggest

By MARJORIE HUNTER live on a pension of the disillusioned young people, "I see you are a little lost on will do all I can to defeat it," poverty: how the program should be Auto

WASHINGTON A nation $50.40 a month. Can you helpme who lack the motivation. why people are poor," a man a Houston man wired the Pres: "You have forgotten the run: i Ho".

: anxious to be ,heard is having ?" a widow from Iowa ask. Thousands of letters have from Arkansas wrote. "So 111 ident. : A couple in Ithaca, N.Y., re w.215N..
words of Jesus, as found in the
ed. from those without financial tell It is because of "The first thing to do in your
lts>say about the great American ;come you. liquor
"You can't legislate people out:scriptures, when he said, The war on poverty is to put the .!:
troubles. The and wine and
dream of prosperity and general pIcture -! plain old laz let Str..t
"Is there a chance for my 1 is of but iness." of poverty," wrote a man in poor you will have with you al prayer back in the schools," a
its accompanying nightmare of family to live again" ? Things:ly disturbed an affluent, American vague-who i Erie Pa.Some I waysa'" teacher of the men- woman in Arlington, Va., .A 372.1449
poverty. are very dark, an unem- asks "What can I do to help?"I "I am definitely opposed to cite Biblical injunctions tally retarded wrote. gested.
1 "Join me, President Johnson ployed man from Pennsylvaniawrote.
Typical was the woman from
appealed to'the American people
a few,months "in fashionable New Canaan, Conn., ..
ago waging -; There are letters from mid- '
who wrote:
war on poverty." i dIe aged men many of them

:HIs appeal has produced a college graduates, who lost their "I have a car at my disposal, '
massive outpouring of American:jobs and cannot find new ones. children gone.time on my hands '
thought: from the old and the, But the large mass whom and I can type and I have Department Managers S ALE
tired, and young and the eager;I the administration program is a desire to do something really :
from those who 'live in man- designed primarily to help have constructive."
dons and ihose who huddle in,not written. They are the illit-
And a retired Army major

from Atlanta, Ga.:
Soviet Space Failures "I was a school dropout, but I \

I was lucky to make it. What canI

Being Detected by U. S. A do to college help?"sophomore from :

w ,Manchester Conn., wrote "I ,
JfanWASHINGTON Inrk mtmts I send it off on its interplanetary place myself at your disposal for tt ..

The Soviet trajectory.The any job, paying or non paying
Union failed twice in the past malfunctioning rocket, ." {
month to send payloads to Ve- that has plagued Soviet Interplanetary !' A man from California wired a 's 3 y

JUls, apparently because of a space probes for the the President: "As a night Mkt .
recurring problem with an upper past five years, apparently fail.'worker, I would be available .

,. stage-'rocket. ed to ignite or did not give the for voluntary day work." BILL HOWARD AL AUBERY VIRGIL HALL RANDY BROOKS PHIL LEWIS
:While the failures are being'spacemraft the proper velocity.The .I And there are those who wantto ,
kipt"secret by both the Soviet' reasons for the adminis- help run the anti poverty

t&iioiLand the. UnIted' States,I tration secrecy about the Soviet program: college professors off' Shop Fri. :
the unsuccessful launches were failures are not clear, since the ering to take leave of absence.
detected by the electronic net- information does not depend Highly paid engineers with big r. r. LJ

work maintained by this country -. upon secret intelligence gath- companies. Army and Navy off. Nile TU 9 .
.to monitor ',Soviet space ering activities. In each case icers who have offered to come ;

t Activities.Oneof. the payload, as it went into out of retirement.
the failure- occurred! "parking orbit" passed beyondthe There are those, once poor,
late in-February, the second in' boundaries of the Soviet Un- who want to help those still '

passibility'that ion and was detected by a space poor. -m-r'
surveillance system whose ca- But there are others once {
weeks ,the Soviet Union will pabilities have been well publi- poor, who scoff at the idea of

make a third attempt to senda cized by the administration.Since '
:spacecraft to the vicinity of early in the Kennedy Good CLEAN Ctbs .

Venus. administration however, the GAINESVILLEDIAMOND SA "
"The planet will be in a favor' government has followed a policy r -
able launching position for of not announcing or con- 3..Cycle '

another few weeks, and Soviet firming Soviet space launching S
tracking ships are still on sta- CAB ;; \, p0reekflfl,
tion in the Pacific. I MORTGAGE MONEY All
:Both of the Soviet failures are 5!VJ% INTEREST Acrws ffan Grtykiraii j Ienmore
attributed by American officials TERMS TO 25 YEARSBUY.BUILDREFINANCE S.W.4HAve.MPAY lit S Hn

to difficulties with a final-stage CALL All
rocket that is supposed to take DAN BYRD

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Under >_ -- 'A .;"!' sT.I1tiIJtiA'YIAlitJ/ :..T"-
. Reshuffling of State Agencies Study -

TALLAHASSEE AP-A) pro- ernmental reorganization com, Home also said the Hotel and I;[of the details. Rep. Welborn The governor now appointsthe '
poeal to abolish the Florida De- mittee. Restaurant Commission shouldbe (I!Daniel of Lake County, chairman directors and the administration

v.lo 1 p m e n t Commission andriPfead House Speaker Mallory Horneof abolished, its regulatorywork said he would appoint a I changes each four years. L
Tallahassee proposed "a But Home proposed that the two
its duties among two combined with the-tourist subcommittee to make a special
"' state agencies ands realignment of the state's tour new agencies would! be under
) posed new
promotion work of the development report on the proposal.
O'era1 existing agencies was ism and industrial promotion. the entire cabinet, similar to
under study today in the gov- facilities. commission and this agency -,' Horne said that the great' the highway patrol director and
be named the 'Tourism' and number of programs handledby conservation director. '
II lContract Let Travel Commission. the development commissionwere Horne said( his proposals were

: Another. new agency to be' "beyond anything ever not criticism' of any official oremploye ,
/contemplated by the Legisla- but to'
were an attempt
TALLAHASSEE AP) The:consideration its $442,000 bid I called the Trade and Economic. ture" when it was created in
concentrate the state's best efforts
Florida cabinet settled a bidding i;would have been the lowest. Development Commission wouldbe 1, in tourism nd industrial
i given the development com 1955.The ?
dispute between two construe.I i The matter was referred to mission's responsibility for promoting I commission nas authority i iI development. .

-'turn firms Tuesday by awarding,j I the cabinet, sitting as the State F lor i d a's industrial I to issue bonds, build and. oper 4\\ y
-Culpepper Construction Co. of(Budge Commission. A special growth. fl ate toll roads and ferries, handles -,: The Ideal
< the federal funds_ for hospital i ,.
Tallahassee a $&38,841 contractto committee headed by Atty. Gen. "f RememberanceI -
The commission
i I construction in Florida,
expand the Floida State Uni-!James.Kynes recommended that took no action on the recommen-I!distributes surplus property,i'I Fer. _-

\esty football stadium. I the award go to Culpepper. This dation except to start a study,(regulates! airports and sells: Shut-Ins I 1

Bear Construction Co., also of,also was the recommendation of ,bonds.
Tallahassee, challenged Culpep-} 1y!1'y the Board of Control.. .. Own Academy I Home's proposal would be a 2015 CREVASSE SE Hawthorne FLORIST Rd. i
great change in the of
per's bid on the ground that I The stadium was to be en-: setup Phone FR 6.2514MOOTHJ riri r
!: KADUNA Nigeria (AP) Nigeria -i these agencies.
taking certain options under\llarged from its current 25,000!' r
has opened its first mill-
seating capacity to 37,000. The:,tary academy in this northern, i
Board of Control was expecting i capital to provide academic and \
Cocoa Increase .
j the work to be completed in $ .
I military training to army and.
time to allow Florida State and'navy'
LAGOS, Nigeria (AP) Trade the University of Florida to play, personnelMany I r

sources anticipate a substantial in Tallahassee for the first time officers in Nigeria's 9-, -
TEX-X Pondered i i"FBlTf
increase in the 1963 64 Niger-.next year. 000-man army have been train- when you use Dixie Crystals SPECIAL! 79* VALUE STURDY PLASTICLAUNDRY. ,
1962-63 ed in British and other foreign
Jan cocoa'op over I
The contract between the two
military academies and Prime i
'crop of 175,000 tons. schools specified greater seating!Minister Sir Abubaker 'afawa

I Several cocoa merchants forecast capacity for Florida State or i Belewa said. "we could not de- BASKUt ;

a crop of about 200,000 tons, transfer,of the game to Gaines- pend indefinitely upon the gen-II
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erosity of friendly countries.
or slightly more than the record -I,
195,000 tons in 196162..;
Part of the increase this year: GAINESVILLE'S FAVORITE
represents cocoa from the light NOON MEAL SPOT IStamanella'
1962-63 crop held over to the /

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Gainesville Sun Wednesday, April 1-, 1964

._2 mom En E in m f rn I L Y! Bridal Courtesies I

.. Honor Miss PurvisAdded : 'Ot

--- Ruth Weimer ... ... .:. Women's Editor 3

to the bridal courtesies Grand, Miss Robin Graham,
honoring Miss Anne .. urvis, ,.- Miss Linda Chamberlin, Miss I
r Collegiate ance of Bille Nugent Nimnichtof Jane Johnston, Miss Marcia

Jacksonville, two parties Copeland and Miss Joanne : ;.

were given yesterday.Mrs. Woodward. 1
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Theodore S. George and Kitchen Shower Given ,. \
her daughter, Miss Courtney
George, entertained with a Tuesday evening, Mrs. E. R.
;", ""!'- luncheon at their home. Hendrickson and her daughter,
White chrysanthemums, stock Miss Lynda Hendrickson, entertained vv! r v
and pink carnations in a cut with a kitchen shower at 2
!glass compote centered the dining their home to compliment the : r,
room table. brideelect.An k l
heirloom embroidered lin-
PM : White carnations and stockin
6 en cloth covered the serving
a tall cut glass vase and I table, which'' was centered witha ,,,: t j '
6.d white chrysanthemums in the, miniature bridal doll and four ,
9 living room and petunias in a
{ bridesmaids' dolls dressed and
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brass container in the family I pink and white spring flowers. hqa

4 room completed the decorations. Each guest brought a copy of +
her family's favorite S .,
The hostesses presented Miss recipe
K. Purvis a gift of silver and a which was placed in a gift recipe i?
and Mrs. box for the honoree. The
stephanotis corsage :
Roy Purvis, mother of the bride- hostesses also presented Miss :'
Purvis for her kitchen. r
1 1 C to-be, a white carnation CMsa e. a gift
Guests included her mother 55

>. ; Fy 7fty # Guests included the honoree, and a group of former high I
her mother, Mrs. William WadeHampton school classmates: -
4g c
z. III, Mrs. James E. Miss Marcia Mase, Miss Mar ? .
I 5. Hughes, Mrs. C. C. Beasley, tha Jane Edwards, Miss Jeanne \ F
dZ'n Mrs. Marcus Milam in, Miss Grand, Miss Jo Nez Love, Miss
I Joann Megahee of Alachua and Patsy Graham, Miss Peggy

: 2 her houseguest, Miss Susan File, Halsey, Miss Patsy Thomason, ... .., i .... ,...,w ,.
Beckley, W. Va.; Miss Lynda Miss Clara Cox, Miss Muffett
Hendrickson and her houseguest Merritt, Miss Suzan Bartley.
Miss Carol Wood of Rich Miss Adams Miss Jean ,
ZT Here for the spring vacation from Randolph Macon College, Lynchburg, Va._ mond. Osborne Miss Edwards Sealtest quality i control delivers
fare Miss Carol Wood of Richmond, seated, houseguest of Miss Lynda Hendfrickson -
Also Miss Ann Dell, Miss Miss Ann Miss Jane
right; Miss Joan Megahee of Alachua, second from left, and her house- Muffett Merritt, Miss Jeanne Smallwood, Henry Miss ,Janet Ernst, all the goodness milk can bring you
guest Miss Susan File of Beckley, W. Va., and Miss Courtney .George,-.all sophomore Miss Gail Anderson Miss
? students. Miss Frances Jones, not pictured, who is a junior student at Ahrano Miss ,Ruth Hazen Judy That's why Sealtest brings you proc ssing.Trained personnel work
"Randolph Macon, b also spending the holidays at home. Mary milk of the highest possible qualwith ultramodern equipment, testIng -
Miss Ann Dell Miss
Brides'Book CarolynHarns ity. Seaitest begins with the finest for purity, quality and fresh-
Miss Kay Denny, Miss' raw milk and then exercises the. ness. These are the reasons for
Pc Garden Club To Award Ribbons Linda Chamberlin, Miss Joanne most rigid quality controls during the superiority of Sealtest Milk.BEST.NSS7 .
Woodward, Miss Court n e y,
Miss Carol Wood of Richmond,
;Arrangements for the Gaines- bon designations are blue for "Plants grown for foliage"and and Mrs. Marcus Milam ill.I I
Jille Garden Club Spring Show, first, red for second and yellowfor "flowering or fruiting trees, -
uMoods in Line and Color," third place, limited to one shrubs and vines" are the titles FRIDAY, April 3 I

Save been completed.The of each per class. of other sections in cut hor Tea honoring Miss Susan .
? show will be held Satur- The Sweepstakes (purple ticulture. Clara
Mathers of Orlando
2ay from 2:30 to 9 pjn. and ribbon) is awarded to the exhibitor Plant Sections Listed bride-elect of William Slem-, VIVA LA BARGAIN !
at with the numberof
Sunday from noon to 6 pjn. greatest mons m of Orlando, 4<< to 6
Gainesville High School blue ribbons. The 10 sections of container p.m., Mrs. C. Addison Pound,
Directing the two-day affair Usually 3 stems are required grown plants will be bulbs, cacti Mrs. C. Addison Pound Jr.,
chairman Mrs. in the annuals, biennials and -
are general and succulents, flowering Miss Elizabeth Anne Pound
Charley Woods and Mrs. Joseph perennials section. Classifications plants, foliage plants, ferns, hostesses at the Pound Jr. .
If. Hudson Jr., club president. here range from Ageratum new plants, palms, orchids, home 1647 NW 19th Circle. ,.
ti:Awards will be presented as to violet. hanging baskets and bonsai. r, ..
follows: Only one stem is requiredto The artistic division has several Rehearsal dinner honoring
:An award of merit (orange exhibit flowers of bulb on. awards in addition to Miss Sarah Orton and David

gbbon) is given, if merited, to. gin unless otherwise stated ii the usual blue, red, yellow and George Decker, 6 pan., Dr. ( SAVE >
the best blue ribbon winner in 1 the official schedule. These will sweepstakes rib bons. The and Mrs. Phares Decker, .:

gach section. Sections are. further include amaryllis, gladiolus, Award of Distinction (brown Park Lane Cafeteria. -r

divided into classes. Rib daylilies, iris and others. ribbon) is for those classes having SATURDAY, April 4

OTHER than fresh plant
material providing the dominant Tea honoring Miss Virginla .
UI Calendar= Of Events interest The Tricolor is Kay Davis, bride-to-be of

for those classes with fresh John Mathew Fedison, Mrs.J. AND WAIT 'TIL YOU TASTE ..
I' plant material dominant Gold Wayne Reitz and Mrs. Har
TODAY, April 1 University of Florida Medi- seal is awarded to the best corsage ry Philpott, 4 to 5:30: p.m., at
po cal Dames, 8 p.m., Mrs. Ward in the senior the former's home .
show. 2121 West -
Chapter I, PEO, 10 a.m.,
i Noy&, 2227 NW Jth Lane. Reservations are required for' University Avenue.
ZMrs. Thomas Larrick, 130j'lE
9th Avenue. Democratic Women's Club, participation In the artistic di Tea feting Miss Courtney
8 p.m., Guranty Federal Sayings vision. Settings will include West, bride-elect of Nath Cul- Krafts New

I 0. E. S. Auxiliary, 3 p.m., and Loan Building. niches and actual tables. pepper Doughtie, 3:30 to 5:30 Spaghetti.andPjzzaDinnersL
jjilrs. Jesse A. Vitatoe, 1208 Gainesville Bridge Club, 7:30 p.m., Mrs. John L. R. Grand, .
:t SW 1st Avenue. p.m., Holiday Inn. Entries Follow Theme Mrs. Percy Beard, and Mrs.
Fine Arts Association Art The theme "Moods In Line Lewis F. Blalock, at the
Auction 8 p.m. City Recreation and Color" portrays the flower Grand home, 1908 NW Tenth
33amma Chi Center. Open to the pub arranger as an artist using Avenue.

:= lic.Eight his emotions, feelings and Tea honoring Miss Shar- I
Bake SaleSaturday O'clock Group, Univer moods to carry a message and on Fagan, bride-elect of John ; I

sity Women's Newcomers, 8 get response from the view Douglas Rogers, 2 to 4 p.m., ;
z p.m., Clubhouse, West New er. Mrs. T. W. Cause, 1022 NW -
zr Gamma Chi Chapter of Beta berry Road, Mrs. Maurice Among the 16 adult moodsare 16th Avenue. .

Sigma Phi Sorority has slateda Yeates and Mrs. Alexander reverence, love, daring, delight Wedding of Miss Sarah De- ..,.
bake sale for Saturday, front Bednarek, hostess, Dr. Corbin jealousy and happiness. lores Orton, daughter of Mr. ,w
8 a.m. to 2 p.m., at the Publix Carnell, guest speaker. The junior gardeners will depict and Mrs. Timothy Orton, and
Supermarket 6 moods, including enchantment David George Decker, son of
THURSDAY, April 2 and admlrat Ion. Dr. and Mrs. Phares Decker : ;:
t A meeting has also been plan Gainesville Junior Woman's Thoughtfulness, restraint, mischief 10 a.nL, St. Patrick's KRA I
t ned for April 14, at 8 pjn., a t Club, General Meeting, 9:30: and hospitality are among Church. Reception following
the home of Miss Wynell Carve ajn., Clubhouse. the 11 high school gardeners'moods. at the home of the bride's .

s !) M 2HHO NE 10th Drive, Gainesville Cootlette Club, 8 parents. !

At;a recent meeting of the p.m., Mrs. Mary Furry, 317 Educational exhibits will Include Wedding of Miss Elaine s -
sorority the following officers SE 3rd Street plants on the conservation Hardee, daughter of Mr. and
were:elected, Mrs. Bud Yawn, American Association of University list, soil conservation and. a Mrs. J. E. Hardee, and Tho
president; Mrs. Fred Rooks, Women, Morning In- book service display. mas C. Beaty, grandson of O d r
vice president; Mrs. Earle Pet terest Group, 9:15 a.m., Mrs. Admission charge Is 50 centsper Mr. and Mrs. S. S.. Kirby, 6
erson, recording and corresponding Sheldon Lee, 610 NW 36th dents.adult and 25 cents for stu- pjn., Antioch Baptist Church. raxiutr .

secretary, Mrs. Jim Street Reception following.
Gainesville Chapter 44, OES,
Cooper, treasurer; Mrs. Fred
Rooks and Mrs. Marvin R. Whit Past Matrons, Past Patrons I
tenity Council representative Night, 8 pjn., Masonic Temple .

;?wand Mrs. Earle Peterson, University Mothers' Club, tt ., ., ,' ,
Mother and Daughter Luncheon ,
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J. noundng this .as an unconstitutional "It's a lot of hullabaloo over He discussed at a luncheon of before he Is ready to IntioduS
; Civil Invasion of the rights 'ol nothing," ie said. GOP senators the dozen amend- them.- : : -
Argue Rights Voting the states. Senate Republican leader Everett -ments he is advocating to the He said he was not se&iag
Thurmond said more than M. Dirksen, HI., indicated fair employment practices sec to "emasculate or water fltftflT*
100,000 Negroes are registeredto he expected more weeks of debate -tion of the measure but said the section, only to assure it
WASHINGTON (APsen.."would prefer a more direct But he conceded that "at the mond, D-S.C., delivered the only! vote in his state and that he. before any floor action de more such sessions would be was not made unduly harassingto

ate backers of the civil rights and positive approach to the moment, it appears that a ma- major speech on the bill, centering -' knew of no discrimination. velops on the bill. needed over the next two weeks! businessmen.
bill argue today that its voting problem." jority of the Congress is not. his attack on the voting
prepared to take this step." rights section. He held the floor .
rights section is a modest step "I would prefer, in fact, that 6.hours and 25 minutes longest
toward winning the ballot for postmasters or other local fed- Hart was to be joined by Sen. stint in the 18 days of debate so
more Negroes in the South. Kenneth B. Keating R-N.Y., in
eral officials be made registrars Meet Your SUN Carrier
of the far.Thurmond
Sen. Philip A. Hart, D-Mich., |rhenever it is found that stateor a bipartisan presentation assailed the provision -
section; Title I of
gave this description of the sec local election maclfnery is voting rights which would make a sixth-
tion In., a prepared speech explaining supporting voting discrimination. the House-passed bill. grade education the basis for a
I that he personally ." Tuesday, Sen. Strom Thur- presumption of literacy, de-
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NEW YORK (AP) A shooting victim dumped from a Kiwanis t; .
moving car that returned moments later and rammed into : .

WASHINGTON (AP-In the bun, died early today in Bellevue Hospital.A .. .
newjkfrom second man who jumped from the auto as the woundedman Will H. Gillett, manager of .. -
Washington: '.. : .
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was hurled out, escaped as the killer car'bore down on the Florida Hydrocarbon Company -.a + ; .
'RB66- The Air Force has x .O. '-,: .i: 'J .._. .: :..
cHe3IfaIIure of a.gyro compassas him.At at Brooker, explained' the ., -I'I) If! .1 x i "
least four persons witnessed the slaying on a lower East
cause" of operation of the company to .
:::lh )most probable Side Manhattan Street last nightThe the .
University City Kiwanis
a.3ayigation: error that carried man who was shot died less than three hours later. He S 'x \
an-RB66 reconnaissance plane yesterday. DAVID FEATHER of .
was not immediately identified. Neither was the man who son
Info Easi Germany last month. The Florida ,HydrocarbonCompany : .
,: o Mr and Mrs. David G. Feather :
'Tuesday's.brief announcement fled.The drama unfolded at the corner of 12th St. and Ave. D on takes natural gas az. ;; .- : ;. : ': 1642 N.W. 11th Road, is 12 ., :
Indicator< investigation of the Manhattan's Lower East Side Witnesses heard shots as a car from the Florida Natural Gas old and In the seventh
incidentals:continuing. zoomed up Avenue D, then saw a man hurled from the vehicle. Company gas line and transforms "
The plane was shot down but Almost simultaneously, another man jumped out and began it into liquid products of : grade at Westwood Jr. High.Some a
running. ,. \ day he hopes to be a university .
Its three-man crew parachutedto
safety The men were later Police gave this further account: gas.Gillett explained this is done -.y .r' 1 A" a. professor in mathemat :

returned,by the Communists. The car turned down 12th Street in pursuit of the running through a heat exchange process ,' ics. If David continues to make

.'>e announcement was issued man and whizzed by him as he ducked between parked autos. which extracts the byproducts .. a good grades his ambition will
here, and at U.S. Air Force The car circled the block and plowed into the wounded man, of the natural gas at a en easily be realized.
headquarters in Wiesbaden, knocking him some 20 feet. The auto then sped off. temperature of 500 degrees.
Two youths told police they attempted to reach the wounded A
Germany The Brooker
man but they had to jump out of the way as the auto bore plant employs 28 There 135 occupied -;
At :a briefing Arthur Sylvester down. workers and according to Gillett p are '

,assistant secretary of defense The victim had been shot four times twice in one arm and is currently working at full dwelling units on his route and ::
for information said "I] once in the chest and abdomen.Holland's. capacity.The 'I ;; David delivers to 133 of them.
would think so" when asked if Kiwanians were treated' He has been on this route

the three airmen would be to a slide presentation of how S' since July, 1963. .. .
made available for interviews the Brooker plant operates. .
after the inquiry ends.
Gillett told the club that the .
company has a $7 million investment
JOHNSON: After six days of NW.16th I ,
balmy weather at his Texas in the Brooker plant and .., .
Talk Is with the expected growth of
ranch, President Johnson returned PicketedMIAMI .
Florida, will
to the White House Tuesday expand its opera ,
tion in the coming years. .. tee .. .
night as the capital received .
its second snowfall of (AP) Sen. SpessardL. d e r ly demonstration. There % .. Rd. K .
the week. Holland D-Fla., campaignedfor were no arrests. Farm BoyLANCASTER 98 ., -' NW.l1- '-- .... ,
reelection Tuesday night }''' ''. ., .
The President, accompaniedby Holland reminded that his v\ "r"
while a crowd estimated by ';;'': ''-'
Mrs. Johnson, arrived at police seniority on the appropriations Ky. (AP) -The .
Andrews AIr Force Base at at about 1,000 gathered out- agriculture forestry and youngsters attending a class on "
8:10 p., n. (EST) after the 2*- side the rally to picket and dis- committees would be lost space to physical education were asked '

hour flight from Bergstrom Air approve his platform. I Florida if he were not reelected, how to obtain good posture."I Coverage %:* t ..
Force Base near Austin, Tex. Holland warned that passage. but expressed confidence he know" said one little boy. "

He had flown there by helicopter of the civil rights bill now in would be. and he said he had "Keep the cows. off it and let .' :
from his Johnson Congress would be a move "to. -
,City been getting more offers of sup- it grow." :
ranch. ward setting up a police state." port from all parts of the state :\ ..,. .. '., i"N.w. nth Avt. n
Earlier In the day, the First The senior senator from Florida than ever before. I ,
Lady received her first honorary who is opposed by Brailey Holland will campaign in this CLERK TYPISTNo I
degree. It was from the i Odham of Sanford for the Democratic area through Friday. ( Experience Necessary)
Texas woman's University at nomination May 5, said Meet the public interesting
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ji Denton in North Texas. there are some provisions of the varied work good If you are not now a subscriber phone 372-8441. .
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Mrs. Johnson, a graduate of civil rights bill which are good Dulles Warns salary; regular increases > <

the University of Texas, received and justifiable. Of based on merit paid va- : i. '
an honorary doctor of However, he said the sectionon Subversion cations and other oUtstanding '
laws degree. equal employment opportnn- employee bene- '
ity is an attempt to take controlof TAMPA (AP-Allen Dulles fits. ; : (!fbahttsuilk &un: i 'u
CHERRY BLOSSOMS: The hiring firing and promotionof Tuesday night the United GENERAL FINANCE
States is "preparing to
National Park Service is delighted employes away from em- fight
with the capital's second loyers. the war that will not come and LOAN CO.
snowfall of the week: It "Similarly, in labor unions" we are not preparing to fight 718 N. Main St.
means the cherry blossoms he said "it is trying to take the war that is already coming I GAIN.ESVILLE, FLA. !
should bloom just in time for away from labor organizationsthe close to our chores." '--- '--
next week's Cherry Blossom right of determination as to The former head of the U. S.
Festival whom they want for associate Central Intelligence Agency

T. Sutton Jett, director of the members." said the nation is prepared to
Park Service's national capital Holland promised that the meet the threat of a nuclearwar r
region said Tuesday that the fight to prevent passage of the but has done little to prevent
snow and below-average temperatures bill would be a long one "at a war of subversion.The .
should prevent the least six weeks." Washington attorney told

delicate buds from blooming Holland supporters met him 700 persons attending the 79th .Department Managers
prematurely.Jett at Miami International Airportand annual dinner of the Greater Y

predicted most of the 2,- escorted him to the DuPont Tampa Chamber of Commercethat
300 cherry trees in the Tidal Plaza Hotel for a 15 station Nikita Khrushchev has
basin area will bloom over the South Florida radio broadcast. warned that his chosen instrument
weekend and reach their peak Police said pickets outside the to bury the free world is k L ff LN
next week. hotel included senior citizens opposed the subversive "war of libera-
to Holland on his medicare "
tion. -
.stand, and the Congress of ..i ._ __ f -'-- ,. r
Woman Judge Racial Equality (CORE). ti.ww .
Lt. Kenny Parker said about Not So DrySALT
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75 to 100 CORE members car- < Regular 2.97 Latex
ried signs. Fourteen officers patrolled LAKE CITY (AP) i LIf\ .
WICHITA, Kan. (APState the area during the or- Charles W. Dry, 41Salt Lake R
Court Judge James V. RiddelJr. City was fined $150 in City Wf bZ+
had been in his office in Court Tuesday for drunken am
t the new courthouse four years Straight Talk driving.The : Flat Paint I

when he decided he should fine was imposed by .n
have curtains for the office RICHMOND Ky. (APOne Judge M. H. Morris after Dry e
windows. service station operator has j pleaded guilty. I :
I Checking fora place to install the following sign over his : : I

the curtains, he pulled backa ;door: a ; $
narrow drape at a ..windowand r "Ring the ben twice for night '
found that' draw drapes i service. Gals.

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when the office was furnished. while I get my pants on." 1\X\ 4iEXPLa"

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sion's 1963-64 season has only of Jaimie McPheeters" also your
from a Sears Revolving Charge .
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Some born weaklings like grams on NBC. We're indwmdent agents. Call
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ABC, "Glynis" on CBS and September, 10 prime time evening
"Harry's Girls" on NBC,. expired network show have flopped.i ayt erne

early and unmourned. ;.Many more will soon reach the' INSURANCE AGENCY
Others like NBC's "Richard end of the road, This is a ,high' .
Boone Show" have suffered 'mortality rate. But like the unfolding 107 N. Mat.t .

bravely through chronic script: of the first daffodil i F* 2-1433 { 4lAMEL ?
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14 Gainesville. Sun Wednesday, April I, J
1964\\be forced to play the ace and started with fire diamO d&' In have found that he bad defeated< I ,

South could hold up his king.effectively -I that.case South knew it wouldbe himself.1 There was no hurry for :-: ,. ". :

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By trick because defense would .z, ;
BridgeThe it was, the play'of the Jack immediately make the heart problem in clubs. South ......... .I
ALAN TRUSCOTT I did not started by leading two high
worked poorly. I S
ace and four diamonds to defeat rt J'{ r' .
make the mistake of playing dubs. When the jack fell in two !
most inaccurate of all the NORTH the ace, which would have allowed the contract. rounds, the spade entries solved __ .of ,)'.: ::' ,( ;
rules of thumb sometimes thrust ... 4K1062.: South-to hold up..Insteadhe South.therefore needed to collect the blocked club position South ; '..:1'.:.'_:,"
\upon the unsuspecting-D gm. KQ85 played the queen and South both black,jacks in order led to dummy's club ten,and returned ,. : ., ..' ., .. '. "
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,ner is perhaps the suggestion'that J4 to make tricks in the black to his to ', ,.
was obliged to wilL If South,had I eight spade ace score ...".. .
the higher cardshould, .be 'tIt.10 98WEST' played low from, dummy he suits, and sequence.of play the remaining high club.. The '.''''' r- ,..1
{played at the first trick when .EAST could safely: have permitted needed'some care, If he had led spade Suit duly brought 'South ., ;')' .
((dummy has a doubleton: The 4J85' .;973 East's queen to win .the first out spades at, ,once he would up to'his nine-trick requirement : ;; ; :.:
:textbooks are generally ,,silenton VJ72 V A-llf6' trick. \ :. -
( this subject, largely because .' 108653 4AQ9 Our Gracious Host ,; .t. '-
!'no rules can be formulated. J5 .!7432 South's main problem was to Presents TONIGHT'S DINNER :SPECIAL ,, >- ,
,Each case baste be considered :- SOUTH (D) decide whether to play heartsor '

:on its merits.If 4AQ4V943 whether to try to run nine Large Portion .

dummy has a doubleton' 4K72 rapid tricks. ,,The.diamond three BAKED CHICKEN 58c .- t,, .t ( : rt.; -'-:':":'L =- ,

[queen, for example It would ." bad not appeared, and it AND YELLOW RICE _.. .-... ..i. ...............
I be a serious mistake for declarer AKQ6Both seemed probable that Weskhad -
to play the honor of hIs sides: were vulnerable. TOMORR.OW'S'Complete Luncheon -. .i 1'J';Ii. ,-- j*' .. f :- 6' .n...:.... :: :
{own holding A-10-2, K-10-2 or The bidding ____
(J3On the other hand, .the South West North East The 'Error'Is BIGGEST VAWE GAINESVILLE .- : "

play; 'of the queen is essential if 1 NT Pass 24.: Pass .... ,..' :,<. "" "', ,;
r(declarer has A-2, A-9-2 or 10-3-2. 2 ., Pass 3 NT Pass on PurposeNEW L" BEEF
To preserve the possibility of an Pass Pass 1 PAN PIE ," ;>A )..>
;extra trick the queen should at West'led the diamond five. YORK AP-At first l 9 .Baked Crust 58 ,: : ': : :w;,-,-it1 Ica
;so be played when declarer has glance it looks like a mistake. Beet & Onion :: : : : :; 4k.r
.A-J-2, K-3-2 or even K2. In this diamond rebid, and North The two 690 foot steel towers Salad . : \ .; .
[last case the left-hand opponent jumped to game. North's two that hold up the Verrazano Nar- 0. Hot Hot Roll Coffee&.Butter, I SNIIIsIt O.|MS sorvw,I : ; ,
or WM YesrsrdNYour'Second'Cup ,. ...
t may have led from the ace and tenspots and etherr-intermediate rows Bridge connecting: Brook Iced Tea Frea' r,",",ft >'f'; -, .
Jater be reluctant to lead the cards tamed the scale Infavor lyn with Staten Island ,are 1% .. -.- .;, ... .' .- .
(suit again with the knowledge: of the three no-trump bid. But if inches farther apart at the top cOH"'OfIced >

'that declarer has the king.Similarly he bad bid two no-trump only than at the bottom. Tea: Is AlWays of ,FREE_ c.' .; ", : "'> ;.'" '\<'. ,:-4 !" .
with a doubleton South would have continued to :,' .
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in dummy declarer must three no-trump on the strengthof But according to Steel Facts, : -: : :. ',;'
Jack .
[ American Iron and :' ; :..
;play low if he has A-10-2 or Q3-2, his fnathtwm no-trump open- Steel published, Institute by this is deliber :.L"C'z > ; ; . .
but the jack if he bas A-K-2, A- fag. ::
\Q-2 or A92. If declarer has K- South considered whether to I.ate. It was done to compensatefor !-
the curvature of the earth. -.
{3-2 it does not to matter play jack the first "
appear ionmy's on : .
Each tower to be vertical : ,
very much which card played trick, ',and eventually did so. truly Fr I ii ,
must have its axis point to the Lunch
:'from dummy. But there are There two possible advan \
:were .
center of the earth.INCOME I
tsome rather delicate consIdera- tages. If the lead was from a 1212 AFETERI"J 1i"

tions Involved, as today's hand suit headed by A-Q the jack TAX ; .....
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J basketball Gators will open their 1964- 65 season the UF, coupled with the Intensity of trying to find the right

I with the best team in the Southern Conference this'year.., player (no easy job), will freeze out many out-of-state candi "Oh, :well hit, sir," is the appropriate comment when the
I Now don't get excited and Jump to conclusions. It isn't DavIdSon ,dates. batsman equals an American homerun.
i and Co.: After all, remember that VMI beat Davidson in

\ the Southern Conference tourney and won the title and a tikh.-: Experiment for AggiesThere's Knowing the Aggies' tradition for noise and byplay, this

berth in the NCAA event .. cricket match sounds most interesting. Comes next football

f J Coach Norman Sloan said the addition of VMI will give the Sun :b itot an unusual experiment taking place at College Station season one can almost hear the reaction from the oppoite
stands when the the
UP a' 25-game overall schedule. There will be 16 games in H _, %,, = Texas. run on

Southeastern Conference play under the new schedule setup, I That's the home of the highly-spuited Texas Aggiesbossedby The VF-FSU
I two each with Miami and FSU, two in the annual Gator'Bowl former Gator grid assistant Hank Foldberg. seens'some,
tourney at Jacksonville and newcomers North Carolina and
,North Carolina State. t1 ( The Gators have just ,four scholarships available and they folks think the Aggies are too rambunctious and need some And while on the subject of spirit, it would seem the Florida -
: good manners to round out their worldy education.So Florida State
rivalry is getting. to be even more
are to be used for three high school stars and one junior college -
Add them all together and you get 25, one shy oi "the.tAn 0 John E. Griffiths of a "thing" than most of us expeCt.
limit player, all located in the Sunshine State. Londonborn''weather expert at
of 26. A&M, sent out printed invitations to a cricket game between There was a regatta at St Petersburg last weekend. Col
The: complete schedule is expected to be announced soon. From best information it is believed that Sloan would liketo
A&M and Texas -it's to be played April 11 and this! units
When all the SEC Commissioner'Ber get lege sailing from the Ivy League and many Florida
games are fitted in by get Alan Treece of Jacksonville Terry Parker, David There will be a stop for luncheon and tea, yes tea, if the schools competed.
t nie Moore's office, some schools still are moving dates around% Miller of Delray Beach Seacrest and Mike ROllyson of Plant match continues that long.

-'due.ta.:.exam complications, a complete loop schedule is due. City for his scholastic star The junior college player Austin Brown, Yale and St Johns River Junior College won the
Robbins of Chipola. Griffiths has been around A&M long enough to see trouble big prizes. But one sailing race produced all the excitement.
; Gators Want Four Cagers coming for fine old cricket traditions. He advised spectatorsnot FSU nipped the UF sailors by a mere foot at the finish. And

I Competition is expected,to be keen for all the players nam- to yell or whoop but "the acknowledgment of a good Red Marston, outdoors editor of the St. Petersburg Times,

I _-Signing of high school basketball players is legal for SEC ed above. Failing on any of these, Sloan,may turn his atten- piece of play is- clapping, ," Griffiths informed via the invita- said the cheers and yells of the two crews could be heard

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(AP)-The New York Mets completed >, cMS
a trio of conditional purchases -Sr1 By MARTY SCHRAM
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'elevated relief pitcher S- : Son Sports Writer
Ed Bata' to the varsIty'and ,
shuffled five players to their Florida's G a tors helped

Buffalo farm club's trainIng themselves to a five run vk
/v-: Wednesday,
base.today.. J4 fourth inning here, yesterdayat i Aprit 1, 1964
S s' Perry Field as they pulledoff

For Ron Swoboda, one of the : sy, an avenging 6-1 victory over -

quintet sent to the minor: leaguecamp gg6u a. .Y the Mississippi State Bull-
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,,,the move likely will result dogs. '
in a promotion.The 20-year- +_fa

old outfielder, a standout in his State had whipped the Ga- Duncan stopping at second baseman Del Unser droppedhis single by catcher Charlie

I first training camp, is currently tors 10-2 in the first of the Both runner advanced one shortstop's relay on Gator Smith.

t1 assigned to the Mets' Class A, : + two game series, Monday, base as Bill Blomgren flied Randy Morcroft's grounder, Jacksonville's Charles

Auburn,: N.Y., affiliate'but appears k i.- with the aid of seven Florida to deep right. Tom S h a nnon the swift moving Montgom Anderson picked up the win,

ticketed for Buffalo's AAA errors. All,but three of the tapped back to the pitcher ery streaked from second to as he came on to toss five

team. He was a University of _a__4 Fr Bulldog runs were unearned whose throw home was too home with Florida's third tal- shutout innings of relief ball

I Maryland student, a year ago. -S: .mow- that day.: late to get the sliding Duncan. ly of the inning.At for Florida.

The Mets finalized trial But the cleats were on the Shannon reached first on the
purchases this point, Don Pendleycame Yesterday's victory boosted
of shortstop Amado Sam- e other foot yesterday. fielder's choice. in to pinch hit for Flor Florida's, record to 9-3.

el"and catcher Bob Taylor Gator captain, Jim Duncanwas Out At Home ida's starting hurler, Jim Lead Division

from Milwaukee by paying the Ga ors- Score RunFirst hit by a. Ken Tatum Gator third baseman Earl Baggart And the 5-9 sophomore The Gat ors are currently

I Braves an additional $25,000 for curve ball that forgot to curve Montgomery next tried to pitcher slugger leading the eastern division of

each 'player, making a total of baseman Tom.Shannon slides saely across the plate as :Mississippi State's to open the last of the fourth. squeeze Trammell home. His promptly lashed a' triple to the SEC nference with a 5-0

$30,000 for each. infield threw too late on a ground ,ball. :The, Gators pushed over five runs in Center fielder'Allen Trammellthen bunt was a hard onebouncer left-center, driving in ,Porter mark. Riey will journey to

'Larry Elliott, bought' conditionally the fourth inning "en ,route to a 6.1 win. The catcher is Charlie Smith and lined a single to center, to the first baseman and and Morcroft, and ending the Auburn for a two-game series

from. Columbus of the the UF player (No. 2) on deck is Randy Morcroft. (Sun photo by Eddie Davis),. Trammell became the second Gator scoring for the Inning.Florida starting on Friday, The clashes -

International League, also was out in the inning as he triedto picked up an insur- might well decide the
ance run in the sixth, when Eastern Division champion-
officially added to the fold. He Miss.. Slate ab r h Florida ab r k score.
is on the Buffalo roster but,has Untouchables' PodresBombarded Nichols. cf 40 1 Crease. ab 301 Montgomery singled, stole ship. The Tigers are second in
Meadows, SI 403 Duncan H 31 1 Shannon moved to second
been training with the parent rf 200 Trammell cf 301b second, and scored on Mor- the division with just one loss
Bums rb 2 0 0 Blom ten rf SOt the play and scored moments croft's single to center. marring then- record.
), club. Bragan., 'If ab 4 0 01 0 0 Mntgomry.Shannon, Jb 3b 410WHicutt 4 21 later on a' single to left The only Bulldog run of the Gator coach Dave Fuller has
shifted from the Bacon ab ,'401 Porter c 211 by Florida catcher Dave For- in the second inn-
Bauta was : This Time. unsex ID>>, 311 Morcroft U 31 1 game' came nominated Danny Eggart and
Buffalo,list to the Mets' roster. C Smith East1 C; 3 0 01 0 a Biggart. Pendley p 101 100 ter.And ing, on back toback- hits Jun. Biggart to start the crucial .
The Bisons received outfielder Jones, jb 200 Anderson, p 200c when Bulldog first a triple by Unser and a''' games in Tigeriand.
Bell 3b 20 1 Totals ...... :If f *
Pat Garrett in return. By MIKE RATHET weak sisters of the National 11 hits around their Cocoa, Fla.,.Tatum p 200d
Hamilton 1 0 1McCool.
Left-handed: pitchers Willard Associated Press Sports WriterNo League' Mob have fired a fusil base, came up with six runs in. p 000 5 t '

J Hunter and Steve Dillon were immediate call for rein- lage of hits and further. five innings and went on to a r TA-tripled'Donaldson. 35 1 00 1 10 "r e9

returned and optioned, respectively ,forcements is being considered, shredded the Untouchable label 6-3 exhibition baseball victory. out for Tatum Blggarf in 5th.In C-doubled 4th Bforce for
1 to Buffalo.' Grover Pow but cause for concern may be attached to the Dodgers' four The day before, Drysdale had Jones in 7th. D-singled for Tatum In
In ttIF
7th. E-struck out for Smith -
ell, another southpaw, will re- building at Los Angeles Dodgers key pitchers Sandy Koufax, been subjected to 'a similar at- grounded out for MeCool In tth.
tack the New York Mets Miss. State 0100000001Florida
( port to the minor league camp headquarters over another Don Drysdale, Johnny Podres .. 0 005.1 00-4
and Ron Perranoski. who belted the right-handed ace E: Crease, Unser MeCool. RBI: Smith.
administered the Un-
; t to work1:his sore pitching shoulder shelling to Shannon Porter Moreroft Pendley 2.
Into shape. He remains on touchables.For, It was Podres' turn Tuesdayas of the Los Angeles staff, for PO-A: Miss State 24*. Florida 2712. ---5--
eight,hits and four earned runs DP: Creese to Morcroft to Shannon; _
I the New York roster. two straight days, the ,the Houston Colts ricocheted Tatum to Meadows to Unser. LOB: Miss _
in six innings. State .. Florida 28; Bell. 3B. Unser. tra

':Big ,Four TaggedIn .Pend ey. IP h r... lib .. 5- _
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aH, the Big Fourcreditedwith MeCool 2 0 0 0 3 3
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Russell Paces Celtics League pennant last season- I Belbeck & Batts. T: 2:14. A: 1.070. t 'tis

has .been tagged, for 64 hits in s
59 innings. i <. : 14
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S BOSTON (AP-"Bffl; Russell did a good job on Robertson. I whole pattern of our, team is ,, _
the can't use enough superatives based on rebounding.. Even Koufax has not been _
and defense were story,
safe. The brilliant left handed
Coach Red Auerbach said as he about him and his 20 points "in 45 minutes, Lucas man- strikeout EdgesSt. 4 JR %
artist who posted a 25-
slumped wearily onto the dress have to be the lowest against us aged only 11 points and seven 5 record, pitched 11 shutoutsand

ing room bench. all year. rebounds. had a 1.88 earned run average -
"I don't 'know about future Sam Jones, game high scorer last has JohnsPALATKA
The old pro Boston Celtics year given up 21 .
['{ had just beaten Cincinnati 103- games. But they keep countingus with 27 points, including 20 in hits in 22 innings this spring tjr

87 and taken a 1-0) lead in the "out and ,we keep, showingup. the second half, sparked a and has a 3.27 ERA,. Florida's fresh- : iS.S2 .

best-of-aeven Eastern Division third-quarter clincher as Boston The hitting stars for the ,day man baseball team scored a 4-
of the National Basketball Auerbach added with a'sigh: scored on its first seven field were shortstops-Ron Hansenof 3,win over St. Johns River Junior

finals Association "This first game's a tough one." goal ,attempts., Tommy Hein- the Chicago White Sox, College yesterday at Azalea Z. 4v n1 N NS 5
: playoffs. I "We don't have much of a fu- sohn added 20. Washington's Ed Brinkman and Park. '

Jack McMahon, disappointed ture unless Lucas can breakout Wayne Embry led the Royals Philadelphia's Bobby Wine. I The game was tied at (0-0)() until

coach of the Royals, has more of it," McMahon said. "The with 21. Hansen, who hit .226 last year, the, Baby Gators explodedwith Famous Names Galore
r& than the defeat on his mind. He slammed two homers and drove four runs in the top of the

forecasts a gloomy future unless in six runs as the White Sox eighth. The Vikings came right
rookie rebounder Jerry Lucas SAARI HEADS edged St. Louis 76. Brinkman, back with three in their turn at Mississippi State's baseball team has three sons of former major leaguers on

temendously and a .228 batter, stroked two doubles bat and Coach P. A. Lee put in its roster this year. Left to right are Bobby Bragan Jr., whose dad manages the
quickly. What's more Oscar and three singles in the Danny Orr, his ace, to stop the :Milwaukee Braves; Del Unser, whose dad Al played with Detroit and Cincinnatiin
the mid-1940s; Claude Passeau Jr., whose father was a great Chicago Cubs'
Robertson, the league's Most Senators' 11-5 walloping of Bal- rally.
Valuable Player, is scheduled SWIM FIELD timore. Catcher Ed Gross led the UF hurler from 1935-1947; and State coach Paul Gregory. (Sun photo by Eddie
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Was Hitless yearlings with two hits.
for an X- ray of "his aching
l wrist,Wednesday.While Wine, a .215 hitter, had been The Baby Gators will carryan
right BARTLESVILLE, Okla. (AP) individual medleys. ''I hitless in 18 previous trips to 8-6 record into a three-game

the second game of the -sevent n-year-old Roy Saari Snarl, son of an El Segundo the plate when he, came up in series Friday and Saturday with Eagles Swap JurgensenFor

Eastern. struggle is here ThUrsday blossomed today as America'stop Calif., swimming coach and a the 11th inning with the bases Gulf Coast Junior College in

night, the Westen finals Olympic prospect and a sophomore ,at the University of loaded and slashed a single that Gainesville. Friday's game will

open with SL Louis at San.Fran- good bet to shatter some world Southern California, will be after -! gave the Phillies a 4-3 decisionover be at 3 pm. at Perry Field and
cisco Wednesday night. The records. his first victory in this meet I Cincinnati.Ron Saturday's twin bill will start at Redskins' SneadPeak

Hawks' ousted 'Los Angeles in Thursday.. He's entered in both Santo hit a homer and 1 p.m.
the division semifinals. That prophetic paragraph was.the 400-yard()( individual medleyand I i two singles in the Chicago Cubs' UF Frosh 000 000 040-4S

Russell scored 18 points, written two years ago. But, except 1,650-yad freestyle, both of >-2 triumph over Cleveland, SL Johns 000 000 30-3 PHILADELPHIA (AP) and a place kicker. "is imperative. Jargensen -

grabbed 31 rebounds, blocked for .Saari's age-he's 19 which he: in record time last Willie Stargen banged a two Smith Crosby (3), Bryan (5), Coach Joe Kuharich apparentlyhas The only reason Kuharlch offered at this stage of his career,
nearly to choose
-- demoralize Cincinnati on an of! year the expected the New York Mets 8-4 and Mil and Gross; Moraski and Allen Philadelphia Eagles are destined was that he had obtained youth and I think with the right sup
Saari is perhaps the outstanding only longer, race. waukee's Hank Aaron homeredfor to finish last in the National in the 21-year-old Snead. porting cast, he can take you all

night.. "Fantastic" individual peformer in theMen's He won the 1,650 easily at the Milwaukee In a 6-3 victoryover Football League's Eastern Jurgensen, a seven-year NFL the way."

That Russell is fantastic," National AAU Swimming collegiate meet in 16:49 minutes Detroit.In Prep Stars Division in 1964, it won't be veteran with one of the finest McPeak said he had not

Auerbach said. "When he plays and Diving Championshps be which bettered his listed other games, San Francisco with the same old faces. passing arms in pro football, is changed his prediction of feture

like hat any opponent is Introuble gnning here Thursday. American record. He might be walloped Boston 9-1, Kansas Get Rush Kuharich who recently took 29. greatness for Snead, the Red
_ City edged the New York over the Eagles' coaching job skins' No. 1 draft choice i in 1960.
.. He sure dominated For the past two years he has,more closely pressed be- Age AdvantageThe
Yankees 5-4 in 10 innings Minnesota under a four-year contract, un- Snead has been Washington'sNo.
won three, events in the AAU cause his main ]long-distance Carr Crabb also
game. shut out the ATLANTAAPThe signingof loaded another old face Tuesday 1 quarterback since coming
good in the indoor. Last week he was the rival, Don Schouander of Santa PhiladelphiaB the ad-
!Our defense was gave, Eagles an age
school to basket- into the from Wake
.second quarter and again in the only triple winner at the National Clara, Calif., is 'a high school team.-6-0 and the Los Angeles high players trading quarterback Sonny vantage. Carr is 31, Crabb 24. league Fw-
Angels defeated Hawaii of the ball grants-in-aid begins today Jurgensen to the Washington est College in 1961. In three seasons -
1 :Surd when he,broke it open. We Collegiate Championships.Now boy.Saari Pacific Coast League 8-5. in the.Southeastern Conference Redskins for quarterback Norm Kuharich said the' deal was the 6-foot-4, 215 pewder
he'll be for third "best in to for
trying a regard our plans
also is in the 500-yard with a slim possibility,that Kentucky Snead. has completed 581 passes for
straight\ AAU triple. freestyle and is entered in both might come up with a In addition the Eagles sent the next four years or more 8,306 yards and 46 touchdowns.
I know that Snead's record
":"Busy owingDETROIT Saari, who first burst into the 200-yard individual medleyand Negro player. defensive back Jimmy Carr to the three is impressive over Jurgensen, fourth draft choice

AP The Olympic prominence at the AAU freestyle but probably will ExhibitionTOMORROWS Thee have been reports that the Redskins for his counter to indicate years bright of the Eagles in 1957, tossed 32
( ) national enough a very
championship regatta under indoor here two years ago holds compete in the medley, which Coach Adolph Rnpp bad hopesof part Claude Crabb. future for him." touchdown passes in 19 when
1 be in Unseld .of The four-player deal was the the Eagles finished second In
.the of the National the world's record in the 1,500- won a record 1:56.7 at the GAMES landing Westley
Association auspices of Amateur Oarsmen meter freestyle. He has set NCAA. Cincinnati Houston vs.vs.New Detroit York N Louisville's Seneca.High. Unsel, second major move by the On the other hand, Wash- the East but the one-fee Duke

will be held In New'York's American records in freestyle The top six Americans in each Milwaukee Los Angeles vs.N Pittsburgh vs. St. Louts a 6-foot-S, 235-pounder, is a top Eagles in less than two weeks.On ington Coach BiB McPeak:said great has been beset by i jar-

Orchard Beach lagoon. July 31-. events from 200 yards to 1,650 event here qualify for the Olym- Philadelphia vs. Kansas City prospect His school won the March 20, Kuharich swapped he swapped youth for experience. ies ever sfeee. Last year he
Chicago N vs. Los Angeles A missed half
f* American in New York in August Cleveland .. state championship two years in pass-receiver Tommy McDonaldto thin season becauseof
!Aug. 2. The host will' be the: yards and also bas set pic trial; San Francisco vs. i'
A Washington linemen in 1964said Mc- arm trouble.
Chicago vs. "Wuming
f 1;New York" Athletic Club mark in the'2eo-anid 490-yard, .- =--. New York A vs. Minnesota ,a row. Dallas for two ;young :

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David MIler
I .Gators .win"open their:1964- -65 season the UF(coepled with the testy, ol tryfeg,to fed tee right "
with the best,team in the Southern Conference this '"Oh :.weH;hit sIr" Is
.. : year.New'dofi't player (no easy job), will freeze out-many out-(-ste a candidates the. appropriate comment when the
; get excited and jump to conclusions. It isn't Davidson batsman equals an American bon erun.
,-and CQ. After all,,remember that VMI beat.Davidson infee '
I Southern,: Conference tourney and von the title and a Halberstefn I Experiment for=AggiesThere's Knowing the Aggies' tradition for noise and byplay,. this
berth in the NCAA event cricket match sounds most interesting. Comes next :football

J Coach Norman Sloan said the addition of VMI will, give the I : an unusual- experiment taking place at College Sta season one can almost hear the reaction from the oppoite
stands when the Aggies run on the field.The .
tion, Texas. '
'Wa:5-pme overall schedule. There will be 16: ,.'games in

Seo&easiera. :Conference play under the: new schedsle,, setup, That's the home of the higHy-spirHed Texas Aggks-beesed UF-FSVRivalry
Iwo.each with Miami and FSU, twain fee annaa! Cater'Bowl by former Gator grid assistant HaatFoldberg. it seems*some

,tewsey.CaroMsa at Jacksonville and newcomers North.t.Carolina" *"v' and" The: Caters.have just.four scholarships 'available and they folks think the Aggies are too raaabafictkna and need acme And while on the subject of spirit, it would .seem the Flerl-
: krth State. :. geod makers to rotted out their ,worldy education. da Florida State rivalry is.r getting to be even "mere
be used for
are to three high school stars,and one junior college ".
'Aid'them and ..25 .. Shy ot.U1eJiml.tofS. of a "thing' than most of us expect .
together i
yon.get one player, all located in the SsBshke State. Sa Jehn, E._ Griffiths, London-born weather ,expert at ,
A&M sent out printed invitations: to a.cricket game between There was a regatta at St. Petersburg last weekend. Col'
The:complete: schedule, expected to be announced soon. From best:information, K'is.'believed' that Sloan would like A&M and Texasit's to be played April 11-and get this! lege sailing units from the Ivy League and many 'Florida

n all'the SEC games.are fitted in by mmissioner'Ber.-, to get, Alan Treece of Jacksonville Terry Parker, David There will be a stop for luncheon and tea yes tea, if the schools competed.
1flk Moon's-office, same schools still are moving dates around :Miller of:Delray Beach Seacrest and Mike ROllySon of Plant match continues that long.

etoreaam'complications: a complete, loop schedule is, due. City for his.scholastic star s. The junior college player, is Austin Brown, Yale and St. Johns River Junior College won the
--" Bobbins of Chipola. .Griffiths. has ,been around A&M long enough, to ,see trouble big prizes. But one sailing race produced all the excitement
:; .Gators, Want Four,Cagers 'coaling :for;.fine old' cricket tradittens.He, advised spectators FSU nipped the UF sailors by a mere foot at the finish. Awl

a .. Competition is expected to,be keen for all:the players nam- not to yell"or whoop but "the 'acknowledgment of a, good Red Marston, outdoors editor of the St Petersburg Times,

-._? 0,of high school basketball players' is legal. for SEC ed above. ,Failing;:on any.of ,these, Sloan;may turn.his ,attention piece of play Is clapping," Griffiths informed via the mvita- said the cheers and yells of the two crews could be heard

.rtesmras.. ,of,today.. 'to an ou f- te'p1ayer:. ,But':entrance requirements at '," for miles around Tampa,Bay an during the race.
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a trio of conditional pur t ... By MARTY'SCHRAMSun'spons'Writer
, chases'elevated relief
pitcher ;
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) c&ffled five players to their .r..r.y Florida's Gators helped

'i I BaBato, "farm club's, ,trainnog n-1 themselves to a five run Wednesdaw >
.basetoday. fourth ,inning here: yesterdayat : Apnl 1, 1964Duncan
Perry Field as'they pulled
Tor'Ron Swoboda. one of theJ off an avenging$-1 victory over
j ( fatet sent to the minor: league the Mississippi, State Bull
camp the move likely will resalt Be x:, 'dogs. -
I in a promotion..The 20-year-
j old oulfielder, ;a standout in his .\a State ,had whipped! the Ga- stopping at second. baseman Del Unser droppedhis single by catcher Charlie

\ \\ fist training camp, is currently q w. tors 10-2 in the first ,of ,the Both,runner advanced one shortstop's relay oIi Gator Smith.

aligned.to \the,Mets' Class A, two game series, Monday,. base as Bill Blomgren fliedto Randy Morcrof grounder, Jacksonville's Charles
If1 A wii; N.Y., affiliate but appears eY t, with the aid,of seven,Florida ,deep right Tom S h a neon the swift moving Montgomery Anderson picked up the win.

ticketed for.Buffalo's AAA errors. All,but t h r'e e of the tapped ,back to the pitcher streaked from second to as he came on to toss five
team. He "was' a University ofMaryland Ys. Bulldog Jims, were unearned whose throw home waS too home with Florida's third tal- shutout innings of relief ball

'( .student a year ago.- that day.BuVtbe. late to get the sliding Duncan. ly of the inning.At for Florida.

I trial cleats were on the Shannon reached first on, the
*The Mets finalized pea this point Don Pendleycame Yesterday's victory boosted
I/ eha&s shortstop. Amado Sam- other foot yesterday. fielder's choice. In to pinch hit for Florida's Florida's, record to 93. .

el"and' catcher Bob Taylor Gafor 'captain; Jim Duncan Out At Home starting hurler, Jim Lead Division

> from MHwaakee. by paying the Gators Score Run;' was"hit,by a. Ken, Tatum Gator thud baseman Earl Baggart And the 5-9 sophomore The Gat ors are currently

l i. Braves aa additional $25,000 fore 'curve ball.that'forgot to curve Montgomery next 'tried to pitcher slugger leading the eastern division of

1 ch-p1aier," making a total of First baseman Tom.Shannon slides saely across the.plate as 1i..csissipprSta e's. to open the'last of the fourth. squeeze Trammell home. His promptly lashed a' triple toleftcenter the SEC nference with a 5-0

139,080-for; each.tarry infield threw too late on a ground',ball. ;The Gators pushed over, fire. runs in Center fielder;AHen Trammell bunt, was a hard .on -bounc. driving ,Porter mark wsey will Journey to

ElSott. .boag t' condittosaliy :the fourth inning -en ,route to ,,a 6-1 win.: The catcher..is Charlie Smith.and then lined a single to center, er to the. first baseman and and Morcroft and ending the Auburn, for a two-game series

'from Columbus of the the UF player (No. 2)' on deck'is Randy Blorcrof ,(Sun,photo by Eddie. Davis, ),. Trammell became the second Gator scoring for the inning.Florida starting on Friday. The clashes -

International League also was :* out in the inning. as he ,tried picked up an insur- might well decide the

officially;added,to the fold. He ? i Miss.. Stat br ft Florida III r II to,score. ance run in the sixth when._ ;Eastern Division champion-
is on the Buffalo roster but,has Untouchables9: Pod res- Nichols cf 401 Creese, *b SOS Montgomery singled, stole 'ship. The Tigers are second in
been 'training with the parent Meadows attln,' rf, t*- '403 200 Trammell Duncan, If cf 311 301 Shannon moved to second on second and scored' on. Mor- the division with just one loss
Bums, rb 2 0 0 Blomgren, rf 3" 0Bragan. the play and:scored moments croft's single to center. tarring) their record.
club. .. .. ., b 410WBtam
... If 4. Shannon ] '
a : :
-T .' ,''.& 0 0 0 Hmtgvurb' 3b '42 later on a ,single to .left The only Bulldog pun-of the Gator coach Dave Fuller has
Bauta1'#was shifted from the : :Bombarded This 'Time' Bacon, 1'03 aJ ,'401 1 1.Porter Morcitfl:'e 'U, 311 211Unser by Florida catcher_Dave Poi. game'came in the,second inning nominated Danny Eggart and

Buffalo,list to the Mets' roster. Smith,' C301 BtoarT,, P 100East1 101 ter.And on back ,to, -back,hits .Jim Biggart to start the cru-
II ?
e. endiey
The ,BIso s' received ,outfielderPat % .ct7';( :- Jones. $t> a '200,Anderson200. when Bulldog : first -.a triple ,by' Unser and a cfal games- in Tlgerland.
.... .
I e BeIt.3b 2 0 1 Total; ,2 *_ *
Garrett in return. 11'Mts around their Cocoa Fla. L!>d..i .
: By MIKE,RATHET |'weak :sisters of the NationalLeague'Mob I Tatum p 200

Le t- and d. pitchers WiHard Associated Press 'Sports Writer 'have fireda fuel'1 base, came'up with six'runs:in:McCool d Hamilton,. p. 100Tetals 000 101
t DonaMson
Hunter and Steve Dillon were No immediate call for rein- lage :of hits and further: I five innings and went on to a 33111
baseball I for Biggart'n 4tfi B- force
exhibItion' A tripled
5-3 victory.The -
label I II
shredded Untouchable
turned and optioned, respectively for eroents is being considered, out for Tatum to 5th. C-doubled for-
attached to the Dodgers' day.before, Drysdale bad Jones In 7th. D clngled for 1_aim In
Grover Powell but for be I
Buffalo.' cause concern
to may '
'' similar TMu E-struck out for Smith In tth. F-
will Los key' pitchers Sandy Koufax, seen subjected to.'a attack groufided out ,for McCoot to fth.
another southpaw, report building ,at Angeles' Dodgers :'
to the miner league campto headquarters over another Don Drysdale ,Johnny Podres by the ,New York Mets, Florida Miss. State..................010000000-1 00050100-4 rT _- -
Ron Perranoski who belted the right-handed ace E: Creese, Unser McCool. RBI: Smith, -i
administered the Un and
work'hb' 'pitching shoulder shelling to
sere- .. Shannon, Porter Morcroff; Pendley L'
r of, the Los, Angeles for
into He .remains on : I, It' was.Po. fires'.turn Tuesdayas staff POA: MIss State 244. Florida 2712.' _
touchablesi : .
to Morcroft to Shan oni ry
eight hits and four earned runs DP: Creese -
the'New York rester.BOSTON .. For:two j; straight: days, the the ,Hsueten'Colts ricocheted : Tatum to Meadows to Unser. LOB: MissState ,',. yam j r
in six
,innings.! t. Florida 2B-Be1438.Unser
.. .. : i Pendley. I, ,ti r It bb S.1 yV
< OVER.. :..ROYALS,103=87- : Big.Four Tagged Tatum (L) .............. *'- 2 '2 *

'. In an, 'the Big Four-credited McCool Biggar ..200133................ ,4 3 1 1 0 2
with'74iof the t Dodgers' 99 victories Anderson (Vi) ..... S 4 0 015
HBP: Duncan (by Tatum) Trammell-ftv '
route to the! National
,;en McCool. WP: : Smith* U: --
Russell Paces Celtics ; i League ,pennant last season Belbeclc t Batts. 1': =.1PD A: WTO.UF .. Mitr
; ; has;been, tagged. for 64, hits in a
.: .
..t. : 1 59 innings., .. '
'(ADr-); Bill ,Russell did a.good job'on'Robertson. I whole' pattern of our team is rosNine
can't : based J his' Even Koufax has not been .
and :defense"were the story", use enough superativesabout on rebounding.hi
safe. The brilliant left handed
.him, and his 20 points :45 minutes 'Lucas'
Coach Red Auerbach said as managed strikeout artist- vbo posted a 25- EdgesSt.
slumped wearily;onto the dressing have to be the lowest against us only UJpomts:: and seven 5 record, pitched 11 shutouts

.room bench. all year. rebounds. and had a'1.88 earned run average
1 Boston Celtics !I "I: don't know about future 'Sam'Jones,game high scorer last year has given up 21u'ts Johns
The old
: pro'
beaten Cincinnati 103- games. But they keep countingus with 27 points, including 20 in in 22 innings this springanct

87 had and just'taken a 1-0 lead in the 'out ,and:we 1<;keep, showing the second' half, sparked a has a 3.27, ERA PALATKA Florida's fresh--
up." third- uarter clincher as.Bcstoa i than baseball team scored a!4-:
bes&taven' 'Eastern: Division : The hitting ,stars for the day ca yh
National Basketball Auerbach added.with' -sightThis'first scored on"i1s-'first-'seven 'field were shortstops-Ron Hansenof f win over: St. Johns River Junior
of the '
finals : game's a tough one." goal, ,attempts., Tommy Heissoha the Chicago White Sox, College. .yesterday',at Azalea
Association playoffs.Jack i "We don't have much of a-future added 29., nrashifigton's Ed Brinkman and Park. ,.

McMahoa. disappointed unless,Lucas can breakout ,Wayne Embry led the Royals. Philadelphia's Bobby Wine. The game'was tied a1"o.o'nD: / .

coach of'the Royals, has more I of It." McMahon said. "The with'21. Hansen, who; hit..226 last year, tit the: Baby Caters explodedwith Famous Names Galore
than the defeat en his mind. He -- slammed two homers and drove four runs hi the top of the

forecasts a gloomy future unless in six runs as the White Sox eighth. The Vikings came right
rookie rebou&der Jerry Lucas SAARI HEADSSWIM edged'St: : Loins 7-8. Brinkman back with three In their turn at ':Mississippi State's baseball team has three sons of former major leaguers on

temeadously and a .228;batter, stroked, two dooDle bat and Coach P*A. Lee put in its roster,this,year.Left to right are Bobby Bragan Jr., whose dad manages the
Improves quickJy. :What's more Oscar <<, and three singles In the Danny Ott'hisaee' to stop the Milwaakee Braves; Del U ser,whose dai: Al played with Detroit and Cincinnati
', Most "' Senators 11-5 walloping of Bal- rally. in the mid-194Os; Claude Passeaa Jr., whose father was a great Chicago..Cubs'
1 Robertson; league's k FIELD.BARTLESYILLE ., mere: Catcher Ed Gross.led the. UP horler from- 1935-1947; and State. coach Paul Gregory. (Sun photo by.: Eddie.,
Player *
Viable of scbeduledg ,.:: .. ; Was Mess yearlings with two hits. Davis).

for::an tariLWr Xray edoesday.k .' .. ;Wise,' a\ .215 Miter,. had been The 'Baby :Caters wM carryan .
dgbtt ot1 (AP) !in indivwfcal me eys. fj fless:'ia,'18 previous trips to M'record into a;tferee-game

WIt 1e'the second.game of the -SeveM -ye& 1d,:Roy Sear! I.I.Saarl, sen, of aa El Segundo the plate 'when he_ came 19,in series Friday and Saturday with Eagles Swap Jurgensen .

Eastern,struggle is here Thursday blossomed today as Amerka's CaM., swimming coach 'and asepbomore.at the llth fenfag ;with the bases Gulf Coast Jaaior College in ,

night, the Westen finals top;Olympic ,prospect and a! 'tfee:University of loaded and slashed a single feat GaI esvi1Ie. Friday's,game will

open with SULo&is at SanFran- good bet to'shatter-some world Southern California,,wfil,be after gave the''Phillies 4-3 decision be at 3 pja. at Perry Field and

cisco 'Wednesday night TheHawkS'1MJMt1'Los records. |!'. ,his first victory'ia,this meet over:;' Cincinnati.i Saturday's twin biD will start at For Redskins9 SneadPHILADELPHIA

: Angeles in Thursday. He's entered,in both ,Ron ,Santo hit a homer' and Ip.m.
the .division semifinals.RasseH' ., That prophetic paragraph was the 400-yard fegviefeal, : two singles in the Chicago Cubs' UF Frosh oeo 080 040-46
seared 18 points, written two years ago. But,except 'l.8&-yadfreestyJe; both medley of:6-2 triumph over Cleveland, St. 'Jobs 090 060 30-M \ CAP) and a place kicker. Peak "is imperative. Jurgensen

f grabbed '31 rebounds, blocked for ,Saari's age-he's 19 which he in record time last: : Willie StargeH banged a two -; Smith Crosby (3), Bryan (5), I Coach Joe Kubarich apparently The only reason Kuharich offered at this stage of his career,
: 'doe i skats and helpedrelrehati'ounsin now-it's'still correct: won. .rua homer.Pittsburgh. belted W&eMoic(7): ), Ryan (8)), Orr (8)Ate. :has decided oa ene't ling: if his for the Jurgensen deal is more advanced than Saead,
newly a J off year-,.but' is expected:to cfews: the New York Mets 8-4 and M3- and Gross; Meraski'and .. PhSftdeJphla Eagles are des was that he had obtained youth and I think, with the right sip-
teao&Mtt ,
Saari Is perhaps the oatstaad- only the longer race., .i wa hes's Hank Aaron homered! tiRed to fiBW1 test ia the Na- in the 24-year-old Snead. porting cast. be can take you a&
Jt&t.- "Falilestk"t Iag i iBdm Hal pefermerin theMen's .Ee wan,the 1,650 easily.at theoHegiate' for Milwaukee ia a .M victory (ifinpi\ Football I; OgHe'S &ftStr Jurgensen, a seven-year NFL the way. *
taUe" National:AAU Swtetaateg: meet'M miaates over Detroit. Prep-Smrs'ers I Div B:1f1 14,:Jt'1JeB't be McPeak said he had not
RasseH fa .f 16:41 veteran with one of the finest
r1i di said "When he pteys.JBe and Diving' Oampkw g tbegaafeg ,,'wMeh bettered 'lobs:Jistef1ftCOI'L"Ke Zntrtber-games, Sea Francisco with' tiie same old faces. passing arms in pro football is changed his prediction of "we
d here Ttersday. f I Koharich, who recently took greatness for Saead, the Red
fvaSeped Boston 9-1. Ka&as
is In Amerce might be 29
opponent ... RUShATLANTA
i..t_ any ,. I
skins' No.
the 1 draft choice in 1SSO.
eMf ,odd the New York I aver B81JeseeeehIng job
".trelh Me.He.lUre dominated tfeis ,,For the past two years be has more dwely pre sed here, because J .' Age Advantage '
awfer : Joffl--year contract, .unladed Snead has been Washington'sNo.
:Us Yankees 5-4 to 10 innings Mwa- a
three in the AAU also
woa events Crabb
(APHTfee sag I I another oil face Tteeiiy The Carr swap 1 quarterback since
eaota.mat out the :
i- indoor Last week he ,,Doa Scfeofiaoder,Santa Philadelphia
the ;.fee ad
was the .. .
0 ,defense good gave Eagles an age
+ r B'team and tfee' of high school players.to basketball I ; qaartesiadc Swwyto into the league from Wake merest -
Los trading
winner at Naiea- tiara, Calif.; is ''a high :schoolboy. 6-6 Angela ; is 31 Crabb
f....'cpMier aad agate in the hey triple the _. AEI defeated Hawaii of ifeePacific :graais-io-aW,be iu today '.1IrgeD n : &efc WashReo vantage. Carr ,24 College in 1961. In three seasons -
fee broke, it ttai.We Collegiate Ka&arich said the deal was
idrd wfcea I h etfarm the 6-f oot-4 215
Coast,Leagae 85. m> ;mil Sow Cam, & tor q poasdw
Now hell be for .third "beat M regard boar plans for
-tag a
Saari also is fa fee i with a ; has untied set for
W&yardfreestyk iiu iiiiBiij'tfeatKeertucky Snead ,,_ passes
r : r' fear yearsor .
i I' strali'd, ".. AAU"1 fripte.,. --C ,aed is eatered'M both l ,> ht'cote-up'wi 1'a ',adrfhkc, ate" : Bags.sealidmaive thtaeit Dew. feat Saead's record more over.1.1iI I,8)06 yards and 45 touebd W 5.

.tJ A$. y'.. Rowing Saari,. who- first I bars* Into the aee-yard Individual medley Negro" jps er. 4 j.. 4 'leek Jtewjy'Carr:to fee throe is impressive Jurgensen, fourth draft dice d

.,. Olympic fromioeaeeat the AAU, freestyle,tat:pwkaWy.wa Exhibition6AMES ,_!bee have'_be ee_reports that 1 fee l;' mAJ Te -aaregatta un-- Indoor_ here_ two__years ago$-,holds compete to'the medley; which Csach, Adorn .Ropp ''had .pee J pact. Oawfc",CralA. future enough for_him." a very touchdown passes in 19(S when

fee'wwttf.row*:fa.l/u* be.west faa. red 1:16..7at the s LAMES of leg;Weetky :Ifesdd,of TIle folr- tla Beet,, wa the : the Eagles finished second In
lr;tile aospices of the NatftnalAodfrti vs. Detroit I the other tand Wash- the East but the one-tone Duke
\ f het tttvifle's Seseca.ffigb.,Unwl, eecoad .JDajer' raove by the On
B ,
meter freestyle. ntmU W. New York N
; wiIIl Kansas Inc 'del well' 011 MardI fl, Jut'r.ricl1""' be swapped-youth for :experience. lea ever .stsee. Last year fee
events from 288 yards to 1," event qaaMy ,fer the Oiymk PhiIidtlpAla v* Oty "
31.tCt -
lp' July .
bus A lM Af '
; 8 missed half the because
:S,-Ifce",bat ,wit' be t fee yards. and alee has lit Amerieaa etrid6 New York ia Au- Sa.rencOoe vs.'Qevrtwdj* >eA 111 ... r i- tWe_.I _. j_'v_MeDi'(-, -:. 'season''::
: : --- : '. DelllW_ Ia_1064"t'd)MG ol arm
'MII 4i M.; ; :4 II "" I 11 J:Y.ii! >lTtlJiH W a fW' to :

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i I 16 Gainesville Sun Wednesday, April 1, 1964,

.,.- 38 Teams zi : WS Fight Hearings mind IIp I

;. ,. Toy Compete -" Sfo to fork ibtttJl The persons who apparently was barred from' southern as Listen's "adviser" received

By ROBERT LIPSYTE escaped Lassman's supervisory Florida race tracks. Barone, half the fighter's purse.

eye were Ash Resnick and once Listen's manager has Inter-Continental, althought

KR Y. WASHINGTON Edward Joseph (Pep) Barone, both been cited by the subcommittee present and active at the fight,
fifth and
Lassman ended the habitutes of Liston's training ,and by the Pennsylvania
had subcontracted the local
In 'Softball last day of senate hearings on camp, and Frank (Blinky) Pa Boxing Commission as an un- live promotion to resident pro
: financial of the
aspects lermo. Lassman said that he
desirable who frontedfor
w4r person moters. Resnick and Nilon
:A Listen-Clay fight on varying would not know Palermo, a Palermo and Frank Carlo -
Thirty eight teams will J papa Presbyterian, LDS ( Latter notes of grimness, hilarity, convicted underworld char- who is in were both in Liston's dressingroom
now jaiL before and after the
participate in various Gainesville Day Saints) and Grace Pres. and vagueness. acter, if he saw him..He said
and in his
softball leagues this season Both Resnick who Lassmanmet fight corner.
there he could do ,
yterian.1 the World was nothing
As president of The line of questioning that
it was announced today by about Resnick and Barone. in Las Vegas, and Ba-
Boxing Association, Lassman this information Was
the Recreation'Department. In Division n are Southside rone, ate at Wolfie's 21, a deli produced
There will,be four'teams In Baptist, Calvary Baptist First supported the anti-trust and Resnick was described by catessen-restaurant owned by more than Lassman had apparently

the City League, six In the women's Methodist, Wesley Methodist, .t vAYE'S monopoly subcommittee's plea counsel as the manager of a Lassman. Lassman appeared bargained for. He
the Business Parkview and First w for federal regulation of' the Las Vegas gambling room, had come to Washington voluntarily
league, .16 in Baptist confused, and said that his
sport under the Kefauver Bill. and known bookmaker who to make a statementas
w' in the slow Presbyterian.The a restaurant and
loop and 12 pitch was public, he
He said the deaths of Benny W. B. A. president. The
i I church circuit. men's City League will (Kid) Paret and Davey Moore, had no control over mannerly. statement called for federal
., clientele.
The Church League will be open at 7 pjn., Tuesday, April both world, champions, might 90 Golfers The subcommittee also law to uphold suspensions -
21. This will mark the official have been prevented ,if con he
: the first to get under way. Opening pointed out that he the only tool, said, against

n is at 6:30: p.m., Friday, April opening of softball in the city. trols had existed.As lad no control over apparently Sam Mar- mismatches, ineffectual physi-

f 17, at City Park. Teams in Budweiser, last year's state a member of the Miami Seek Title golis and Jack Nylon and Inter cal examinations greedy pro

..' the Church League have been champion will play Schlitz. The II Beach Boxing Commissionthat moters and the generally-ac-
THIRD SAFELY Continental
INTO Promotions Inc.
.. divided into two divisions of other City League teams are W MARCUS SLIDES supervised last month's cepted dim future of the
.I Santa Fe's Buck Too Late With Tag CAPE CORAL A field of none of which was licensed in
w six teams each. Only games Gainesville Wings and Guy heavyweight title bout, Lass- sport.
(Photo by Chic HInton) 90 golfers In quest of school and Miami Beach and all of which
,, within division will Cleveland Construction Co. man gave even greater sup
Individual laurels 'will tee-off at shared in the than
more $2 The hearings ended with a
toward the championship. port to the bill -- by admitting
,I count Business will 8 tomorrow 'in the first million fight
at the end of The League PKY Nine Wins ignorance of the shady ajn. purse. bipartisan plea from Hart and
A playoff between game the division start play on Monday, April characters and questionable annual Florida Invitational and Before, After Keating for federal legislationthat

the season 27.,It also Is divided into two Intercollegiate Golf champion- Margolis as Lis ton's, would protect the fighter
determine the contractual arrangements that
winners will divisions of teams each. ships here. "friend," received than
eight surrounded the more from "leeches" and end secret
.. crown. Business League games will be Fourth half of Listen's stock in the deals and underworld connect-
Division I StraightP. Continually Seven Florida colleges and
I played on Monday and Wednesday dabbing with a promotional company. Nylon, ions.
:- In Division I are First Bap- nights on both fields at City blood-stained handkerchief at universitites, and three outofstate -

"- list, North Central Baptist, II Park and on Thursday and Sat- a sore on his lip that had opened schools will participate ,
:'. Highlands Presbyterian, KanaReddisliRap No. 2 field. K. Yonge ran Its baseball ended under the 10-run rule used (while senators joked I in the three day, 72-hole medal : .,
urday nights on .
record to 4-0 yesterday with a by the high schools. about their "punches"), the play event on the 6,725-yard announcingGrand

Y In Division I are Sunnyland 13-3 triumph over Santa Fe. Home runs' sparked PKY's11.hit large, tanned, well-groomed Cape Coral golf course.

Packing, Post Office, CWA, Hav" The game was played on the attack. First baseman Miami Beach restaurant owner Re-Opening
Blue Wave diamond.For Tom Hansen, catcher Rusty Teams include the Universityof
a-Tampa, Utility Dept., said: "I have suffered for
ville Livestock Publix and Road Marcus and right fielder John Miami, Univesity of Florida, CONEY
convictions and few
the second time in two my men
Rollins Florida
College State
Gives Starke Prison Camp. In Division II are with the Rebels, PKY iVeigman all hit round-trippers. have done what I have done." r
meetings Florida
with two University, PresbyterIan -
General Electric, Smith Sin Marcus' blow came "What?"
clair, Medical Students, Gainesville bad to come from behind. Santa mates on base, Hansen's wasa Senator A.Hart College, Florida Southern ISLAND
Fe built a 3-0 lead In its first Philip ,DemI I College and Stetson University. r1
7-6 VictoryS Gas Co., Fulp's Radiator, two turns at bat two-run blast and Weigman'sa ocrat of Michigan, who had Columbia University, Wake L
solo shotMarcus '
Penn Chem, Sunland Training conducted the
The Wave then exploded for hearings as RESTAURANT <
Centerfielder and Weigman each J Forest and a University of; .
Center and Howard's TV.
chairman smiled and asked
of the
four runs In the bottom ]Houston squad which has : f\
Greg Reddish homered in the had three hits for the Wave never
sixth Petticoat League second, added four more In the "What have you done1"I I lost a 72-hole tournament in
bottom half of the inning while Hansen had two. 1stComplete
finished off with two I The question bad to be repeated April ..
for the run that gave Starke a The W 0 men's Petticoat third and Robert Stearns hurled the win before Lassman .I the school's history round out "

1.& Florida Star Conference league will start play on Tuesday .in the fourth and three in the for PKY, limiting Santa Fe to himself It got the entries. '
was a
together. Luncheonfeaturing '
baseball win yesterday over April 28, First game wile fifth. 10-Run Rule three hits. He struck out 10 and, tough one.Lassman's. I Opening round of 18 holes will -: : _

Lake City.Reddish. > at 6:30 p.m. Teams enteredare walked four. It was his third .
I 13-3 in the renown which be played tomorrow with 36
With PKY leading Your Hosts
Co. Hill's '
Bell Telephone ,
was the batting : win of the ,
Jones-Johnson Funeral fifth, ,the game automatically season. he feels is a product of mis boles on Friday and the final 18 I
of the day for the Bradford Co. Plastering, Blount Loses
interpretation rests on a I on Saturday. Awards will be KALIOPE & MIKE
Tornadoes. In the fourth inning Home,Tung Oil Co., Kirk- Greg Blount took the loss for $2,500 fine that Cassius Clay presented to winning team, low Bar-B-Q
he with the bases patrick & Pierson and Willi Is 04() for
came up Woodward Santa Fe which now probably will not pay, and a varsity player and low fresh- HALKITIS.Zesty .
and In three runs ams-Thomas Funeral Home. committedseven
loaded tripled the season. Santa Fe .
threatened six-month suspension man player in both Invitational
that gave the home nine a 6-3 The Church League will playon errors behind him. of the heavyweight and intercollegiate divi .

edge at the time. Friday nights on both fieldsat Bell PlayJoanne PKY holds a' 3-0 record i In. champion that has been honored sions. Sandwiches Breakfast.
Shortstop Don Falcon also had the Southern Division race in Lunch
Park. The and
City City Leagueis only by public outcry
two hits, one a double, for and Lou the Keystone Conference.The The championships kick off ( Dinner ,
set for Tuesday and Thurs- Woodward some threatening phone calls. Original Recipe) .
Starke. Lake City's six hits were the Bill Eth- Blue Wave will host t for the Miami Beach this waterfront community's
day on No. 1 field and the Pet. Ben will play for Acting 5:30
scattered with one being a triple ticoat League on No. 2 field on eridge trophy in the tourney for Green Cove Springs at 4 pjn Commission on the morningof spring sports schedule, which 210 SE. 1st Street oa.m. :

by Williams and another a double Tuesday.No. 9-hole members at the Golf and Friday in its next game. the ,fight, Feb. 25, Lass- also includes the second annual / Block North of Post Office 1:00 a.m. .

by CriswelL -. Country Club. Santa Ft a" r h P.K. Ymgt ab r I man levied the fine for Clay's Florida Intercollegiate te n nIl ,
Mark Ham.n relieved 1 field on Saturday will Consolation finals will match Clark. 2t 211 Stalnaker cf 101 e conduct on the weigh-in platform championships April 24-25.
31 0 Rodger cf 101 C CBarra'l.
Starke starter Emmett Akridge be used for exhibition
games. Lucille Stringfellow and erce- Ib :301 Hansen, cf 101 c C according to Senator
in the sixth and picked up the Prominent teams will visit Riviere, C 200 Dennison. 3b 301 I
des Moseley. Margaret Storm Buck 3b 300 Steams, p 3 2 i 1 Kenneth B. Keating, Republican -
victory. The Tornadoes have a Gainesville during thesum. If :31 J
Johnson. ss
will play the Gwen Dulaney Markham, ss 000 Solley, ss :32'1 of New York, however,
4-1 record now and are 1-1 in mer. Teams from Atlanta and Florence Crosby victor in the Petty, If 1 10 Marcus. c 441Hollowav :3 Lassman closed his eyes to
the conference. Clearwater have been If 000 Wlaeman, rf 42 ::
I already finals of the Beaten Eight. Cole cf 200 Wagl w. 2b :31 1 1 the activity of some other people
Starke's next will be .... 20131 1: MOTT'SSUNOCO
game scheduled. Emerson rf Trials
Two rounds of.qualifying, to- Tltlll 1111 in Miami Beach at that
against Lake City there on Fri and 9 have been Santa Fl............ 21 000-:1:1: : 1 1 time.
April ,
morrow P.K. Yong 0442 3-13 11 2:
UF Netters set for the club championship
t kt city ab r k Itarkt ib r h tourney for 9 hole members. I
Williams 7b 211 Falcon u 43: 2 DEEP SEA
Speedy CaptainNEW ;
; ,
L. Hints, 20:>> ZOO Cole If 321 Players must play both,dates I SERVICE
Moor, st 410 Reddish cf 41 Take and most have attended two HAVEN, Cpnn. (AP-
Crawford cf 4 01 McUad. 3b :30 1 Win
Moody Ib 31 1 Elder, c :300 ; club meetings prior to the startof Yale considers Wendell Mottley!: FISHINGFrom 1605 N.W. 6th St. FR 6.7537
Harrison 3b 400 Hamilton. 2b? :3 0Crlswtll. 1 I
c 311 Waters rf 200 qualifying. The event will be its track captain from Trinidadone

Hunt.Bryan.rf If ::311 310 Akrldga Frkk Ib p.2bl'::31.0 I Hope NextFlorida April 212223Tomorrow's. one of the nation's fastest NEW TREDS ,

Coffin,, p 2 01 Tetals ...... 21 7 IHewitt scores also will ners. t

Tetals .p... al.100. stand for the Eliabeth Adklnds Mottley participates In 100 aix Steinhatchee, Fla. i 4 for 4 for y 1
Lake City .............. 20011204Stark notched a 6-3 tennis
................. 102301-: I charter member tourney whichis 200-yard dashes, the 440 ant $2495 $2995'
win Amherst
over yesterdayat the next regular tourney for 600-yard() distances and also onThe
the Gator courts. The
JohnBarnes the 9-hole group. broad jumps. 6.00x13 7.50x14 -
triumph boosted Florida to a

9-4 overall record. WINNER'
League The Gators won four of the Ocala Defeats 65 Feet Long

six singles matches and two of 6.70 x '15 7.50 x 14
With 592 Set 18 Feet Wide J
the three doubles.

Amherst unbeaten before Coast Guard Inspected $695 $995
John Barnes of Servicemaster 'Canes 31and &
Lounge room
starting a swing of the Sunshine
topped the Industrial League at t i
Snack bar
tot '
Palm Lanes last night with a State, has bowed to both FSU Leaves. Taylors Dockat CONSUMES CHARGiN. v 30% To 40% Discount

592 series on games of 232-192- and The the Gators Gators will for meet a 9-2 mark.Hope, Ocala handed Gainesville a 3- fanned 14 GHS batters. He 7:30 a.m. I \ I / /&r On ALL First Line Tires

1 baseball loss last night at Har- scattered five hits. Returns 5 to 6

168.Emory Gibson of Birdsey. Michigan afternoon! and College tangle here with Friday rival ris Field In a makeup of the First Run p.m. WE WILL HONOR 40% To 60% Discount

Feed Mills had a 591 and Whitey; FSU here Saturday. game that was rained out last Ocala's first run came on ,a ANY MAJOR LISTED On Whitewall BlemishesWE I

Seifert Servicemaster, rolled Results Thursday night single by shortstop Earl Wilson CREDIT CARD

571. Bill Schroeder, Birdsey, hada I : The setback was the fifth for and a pair of walks off GHS $5.00 per person
236 high game.Servicemaster Singles- Bill Tym defeated GHS against one win. hurler John Combs and an er-

totaled 3039 or l Pater Alcaly, &.2, &-0; Dave Bon- The Wildcats scored single ror. In the fourth a combinationof II

games of 11011032906. The 1101. ner defeated Tom Poor, &.4, runs In the first fourth and two singles and two errorsiroduced I MUFFLERS GUARANTEED FOR THE LIFE OF YOUR CAR I Ii
was best single. &.2; Steve Gardner defeated fifth Innings to a lone tally for a run and the final Trips open to Individuals

Darwin Simpson made the 6-q Jack Levine, 6-4, 6-2; Jerry GHS In the fourth. score In the fifth came on a single Sat., Sun. and Holidays

split and Chuck Morris converted Pfeiffer defeated Ken Cousens, Allen Glisson hurled for Ocala by Sutton another by Morrow FRONT ENDALIGNMENT

the 3-7-10. 4-6, &.%. 7-5: Bob Guthrie (A and a stolen base. I i, BRAKES RELINED

Mary Culbreth topped the, defeated Don Losman, 6-2, 8-6; The lone 'Cane run In the For Charter Mon., Tues., I '

Florida National Bank Leagu: John Williams (A) defeated Vic Dozen May game, played in 51 degree Wed., Thurs. & FrL Parts and Labor Included

with a fine 572 series on gam,; Stone, 4-6, 64, 61. weather, came on a single by Toe In

of 155185232. Her latter gam Doubles Tym-Losman defeated Be in FieldSaturday Jim Culpepper, stolen base anda $14.95 $19.95
single by Guenther. 695 CamberCaster
was high single. Alcaly-Levine, 6-2, S.li; PhoneCross City e
Lea Temple had a 506 and I Bonner-Gardner defeated Poor. Wilson led Ocala's seven-hit 15,000 MilesGuaranteed 25,000 MilesGuaranteed

Jeanne Leland rolled 498. John Rausmeir, &.2, 6-4; Gus th- attack with three safeties.Gainesville's I HY 8-3423 0

Dividends had a 1937 serle s rie-Cousens (A) defeated Stone. five hits went to as

and a 714 high game. Ron Rebhuhn, 7-6, 63. MIAMI Fla. (AP-Announce.1) many players. 1-- j --
ment that GHS will host Jacksonville
Derby will be televised coast- Jackson Friday night at Harris

Gators Host Duke, FurmanIn to-coast In color (Sports Network Field and will meet P. K. Yonge BRAKES EXPERT SERVICE

I Inc.) brought' Indications Saturday night In another Har- SPECIALS

today that the field may Includeas ris Field encounter.

Triangular Meet TodayFunk many as a dozen 3-year-olds. $119
Ocala KS. a" r. 0. H. s. Dip
Owners like to see their colors Wilson. M 413 Uwtn 3b III FRONT END

Florida opens its, home triangular Miami; (880)); Charles represented In a big race M McNea6* c if i 311 10 Culpepper HiPPo 2a cf 31 311 ,
track season today aside from the $100,000 plus Sutton. Ib 311 Roberts M* 311 We'll remove front fe
Goodyear, (mfle- ClUsoiu p SOl Gunther c :301 wheels. adjust brakes, repack |
against two southern powers, nominating, entry and starting Stephens cf 3 01 Pavetka. ib 3 11 $650
2-mile .
) Harrell Pen-
; Tommy fees Moore. a 311 Eckdahl.' 2 CHunmett. front wheel bearinas
Duke and Furman. to go to, the first five ,
3b 30. Turlington cf 3. e check
The Gators, an improved sacola ((2-mile); Rick Haley, finishers. Stephenson, cf :3 t 0 Comb p 208 grease seals,
Tetllf1.. mi summcrlln IOCrunt odd fluid and road
track team this year, will be St Petersburg ((440-230)); Allan The fact that this will be the visA test. We'll align front end.
facing the best of the Southern Hoffman, Panama City (880). i first horse race, except for the -Sirvek....out.....for....Comb..... 15511.0-3 ta 7th.Ocata correct camber, caster
Conference and Atlantic CoastIn George Jahnigen Miami (Ja- Triple Crown events (Kentucky: GHS .................... l 0 010 0 tJPair ,6 MONTHS TO PAY 1 and tx-in, check shocks, .

a rugged test which startsat velin-BJ, HSJ);_ George Leach, ,Derby Preakness and Belmont exhaust system end
3:30. Tampa ((100-220)); J. R. Leach, [Stakes), to be telecast nation: PacesHawks'Win USE OUR EASY PAY PLAN ON SERVICE WORK ; grease seers.Change.

Florida returns to action Sarasota (shot-discus); Bill I wide in color figures to be add-

again this week with its SEC Jones (Jacksonville ((440); Mike ed incentive. i W M0

dual meet opener In Gainesville Negin;Tampa (HJ); Edd Poore, i Windfields Farm's Northern! USED TIRESEVERY Overs

against Georgia Tech. Knoxville Tenn. (hurdles); Bill Dancer, who won the recent 45-37 -
Hawks from Royals
Competing for the Gators, as Roberts St Petersburg 330 hurdles [Flamingo Stakes with authority, won New Discontinued
announced by coach Percy 880)); Pete Rowe, Springfield figures to be 6-5 favorite with the In a Senior League Ernie cage game Windsor at 1 ONE INSPECTED BY OUR TIRE EXPERTS _

Beard, will be a 33-man squad: Va. (440-LH; BID Ray. I Willie Shoemaker In the saddle and Boys'Larue dob.Lackey each had 12 :i REAL BARGAINS FOR SECOND CARS & SPARES. Factory BlemishUP

Jerry Anderson Tampa (100- mood Ft. Lauderdale (discus). for the 1t -mne feature at
I points for Hawks and Jim Doak I
220)); Tony Bascelli, Vineland Steve Rappenecker Gainesville Gulfstream Park. TO
made 21 for Royals. $3'18 TIRES!
N. J. (discus);, Marquis Baeszler. (Javelin); Pete Skafte' I Second choice will lie between I No Twrft Hee4e4 '

Atlanta. Ga. (broad jump, Holte, Denmark (javelin! ); Lamar ,Cecil Carmine's! Dandy K., with Moose won from First Federal ] .30% DISCOUNT TIRES! .,

relays); Don Berghman Clearwater Stephens, Ft Myers (HJ); ;Mickey 'Selomone; and Harbor 8-7 and First National Bank I 1

Beach (shot discus); Hal Seymour, Starke (HJ); View Farm's Roman Brother topped Citizens Bank 1-4 in Ca. HiMSSi

Wayne Bolden Orlando (shot, Wayne Waldrip, Atlanta Ga. ,with Manuel Ycaza. Dandy K. det frays. Doug Cooper hit five I

javelin); Jim Brown, Franklin, (shot); Dan Wells Cairo, Ga. ,won the recent Fountain of for Moose and Mark Elliott i GOOD/VEARSERVIC

Pa. (<<0-880)); Selwyn Chalker, (mile); Jerry Wilson Miami? ,Youth Stakes and Roman Brother equaled that for First Federal. I

Chira Hollywood (PV). (BJ, HSJ-) Ken Wieand, Miami : was first In the Bahamasand Keith Austin bad eight for First II

Mike Dosch, Hollywood (ttO.John) Wallace, Cearwater. ''I. Everglades and second in National and Kim Duncan two ill i 725 t+F. MAIN ST. ,

(120HH, HSJ, HJ); Austin (hurdles). '.the Fountain: of Youth. for Citizens Bank. PHONE 3723537.


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i f u ..1::' Wednesday, April 1, 1964 Gainesville Sun 1.Jt

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Earmark i '

i BUSINESS MARKET REPORT .' $11 Million Feed Grain PlanUp

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For Roads


\\1 most 11 million worth of new $388,011 For

TODAY'S DOW JONES highway construction was in-
I cluded in this month's bid letting
't Readers"Request Prev. Close Components Ist III, of 32 road and bridge projects

: The road department was
I II IIof 813.29 I Indust I off 43I checking the. bids today to de-

; 19L88 1 Rails 1 off 22 termine the successful low bid. Farmers in Area
P: (The following market quotations 11 I ders.
r are requested specifically by reader 137.30 I Util I IoU 03
of the Sun financial page. The tguota- STOCK LISTINGS
r tions are furnished by DWWU..L.. -::V* ,II 282.40 I Stocks I The jobs include four laningon
t '. bem. Murphey Investment Service J I some of Florida's major
5)70.000 1
II (11,240 highways, U.S. 19, 27, 41, 90, and
By BUZZ MIXSON is of total feed grain acreageto county's normal yiel
N. Y. STOCKEXCHANGE Mead Corp 1.70 ........._ 49 301. There were five sizeable average
4 .,..... .V AMERICAN TODAY'S STOCK MARKET Sun Area Editor be diverted. A total of 318 of feed grains (com for th
Merck 2.00a ._,. .-..-.,. 116% bridge construction jobs in Sarasota (out of 788)) Alachua Countyfeed
.... Today Mon.Thurs.
Farmers in Alachua and eight most part) over a period of sev
Martin, Hendry, St.
Natl Airl .80 _. 47% STOCK EXCHANGE Issues Traded 1,365 1,375 1,329 grain farms were signedup
"Abbott Lab 2.-10 ._..... .110'hAllied NY Centl ..50g r.r.. 33% Advances 444 551 637 Johns and Duval Counties. other area counties will receive for participation in the 1964 eral years.

u: Cem 1.80 .... 56% Nia M Pow 2.00 50% Aerojet-Gen 39% Declines 629 567 447 The major projects: payments taking totaling in the $899.484 for program and the acreage to be Under the feed grain program

"Amerada 'Pt %.00 74% Norfolk W 6.00 .-. ,...w 126V4 Analex Corp. ..--.-- ._._..?9% Unchanged 291 257 245 U.s. 19 in Pineflas. County part 1964 feed diverted totals 16,220. farmers are paid for diverting
Am Elec Pow 1.16b 4034.met No Ind P S 1.48 .......-.., 56V4 Aqua Chem. .-........,., 19% New 64 Highs 91 164 163 from the Sunshine Skyway North grain program 0., it was revealed f acreage to approve

,Enka 1.40a _ 67'Amer No Nat Gas 1.80 52% Aurora Plastics ..-,..... New '64 lows 61 60 50 Toll 'Plaza one mile north to state today director by P. McArthur, For diverting this acreage, conservation practices for a
Home 1.44a 66 Olin Math 1.20 ......._..... 47 Barnes Engineer. _.._._.223 54th Avenue in St. Petersburg. and, Agricultural Stabilization the Alachua farmers will re- period of one year. About hall

Amer M. Fdy .90 18% Owens H G 2.50 96 Butler Shoe ..._...._..-73'4 Incorporated Inc. Q.13 The project went to W. L. Cobb Conservation ceive payments totaling $389- the amount of the payment

Armco SU 3.00_ _.._.. 74 Pac G&E 1.00 _--_ 31 ChromaloyCinerama .-.--........._..13 Keystone 8-3 ..,...,.........16.87 Construction Co. of Tampa for Service. 397, based on an average pay are advanced at the beginningof
.Atch Topka 1.20a _..___., 28VA Pac Lting 2.40 ...._....._ 59% ..-..-......_., 10 Keystone S-4 .............. 4.77 328449.( This completes the The amount of money the ment rate of $24 an acre. i the program and the remain-

t Bauch Lomb 1.20 --._ 34VAt Pac T&T 1.20 3O% Computer Sci. ..,._._...,...-2:;* Life Investors ._.........-20.00 four-laning of U.s. 19 in Pinel- farmers in these nine countieswill I Area counties the acreage di-, der at the close of the year.
-Baxter, Jab .36 24% Pan Amer A 1.20 .,.._._., 80% Cutler Labs A. _ Life Stock Fund ,...._......7.78 las County. receive this year for taking verted and the amount of pay:.
Parke Dav 1.0029% Data Control -.331'4 Mass. Inv. Stock ,,..-......16.10 U.s. 27 in Gadsden I a portion of their feed grain .1 The !increase} in diverted acre-
Beckman for both
In-......_..-..._._. 56 County ments 1963 and 1964
t ..Beech.1f S. 1.10 494 Pennzoil 2.00 -.. .....-.-,. 74% Fulton Inds. 8% Mass. Inv. Growth 8.58 from the Georgia state line six i I acreage out of production represents II are: (The 1964 figures are given age this year is due to a

A .Bristol My .80 ...........-. 62* Perkin El _..__ -__ 39% Gen. Develop. -.,..,-.,..._4% Pioneer Fund L_... ?.?.._.9.72 miles to Havana the second to an increase of $388,011over first). change in the program where-

Brown Shoe 3.40 .... ... .. 89 Pfizer .80a r 46% Mackey Airline ........,,,.., ,,..7 Puritan Fund 9.64 last section of U.s.,27 to be four- the payments they received -! by a farmer can divert up to 50
Brunswich- 10% Phelps Dg. 3.00 70% Mead Johnson .--.. ..-_..21% Putnam Growth -.....,?._.9.44 laned between the Georgia line last year under the program. I II Alachua-16,220 acres in 1964 per cent of his base feed grain

Cambells 2.40 .....-.117% Polaroid .20 -...........,,... 164% PAC. NW Tel. 23 TV & Elec .-. .,.......-8.20 and Cross City. ;Hammet Co. I For the state as a whole Mc- and 13,383 in 1963; $389,397 pay acreage. The old limit was 40
Carter Pdt 1.00a w. 57% Pub SV EG 2.60 -._ 74% Philips Elec. ...,. 46% Value Line Inc. _..-. ._._.5.56! Inc. of Tallahassee, $1,432,566. Arthur said, farmers will re- ments in 1964 and $205,261 in I per cent. Also, if a farmer has

: Case.J" I --.w 113 Pure Oil 1.60 .. ._......., 46% Redwing Carriers -.....-11% Wellington Fund ,- 14.90 U.s. 41 in Tampa,'one mile of ceive payments totaling $3,839-' 1963. 25 acres or less of feed grain
Rayonier 1.00 36% RIC Group ...,.. 106-an increase of $1.6 million Bradford-1,315 acres and 773; land he may divert all of it un-
: Cessna hir 1.00 ,........._, 27V. 8% six laning along 50th Street.
Rexall .50b _.._. ._. 44% R. Wts. NYSE MOST ACTIVE STOCKSC over last year. $23,140 and $10,552.Dixie1,113 der the program this year.
,. Cifes Ohio 4.00 .-...,-....-, 70% .V.- Sperry 8 Ewell Engineeing and Con- '
Cods S-Gas .........-..,.-,..- 35% :Reyn Metl .50 41% Syntex ... ,-,--.. 76% Vol Close Chng. struction Co. of Lakeland, $416- The statewide results of the acres and 728; Securitary of Agriculture
Rich Merr 1.00 ..,...... 45% 137,700 Studebaker 8% 1-R feed grain program sign up $21,192 and $10,381.
CBS I.BOb .-._.._....?_..,. 42% Tampa Elec. ..--.761 up Orville Freeman said yester-
Comlrtng 1.20 _...__ 2834 R C Cola 1.20 .......____ 59% Tech. Measur ............ 20% 96,900 Cont Air 27% off Vi 105.U.S.. in Gadsden period, which ended Friday,. Gilchrist5,991 acres and day that preliminary figures
\. Cone Mills .80 -_-_ 151 ,Roy Dutch l.TSg -..._.... 4U4 TWA Wts. 23% 83,200 Pan Amer 80% off % 90 County were announced yesterday by. 5,280; $120,133 and $73,157. from all states indicate a rec-
: Coati irl.:4O: _- 27% Searle GD .90 ......-...- 56 Valspar -. 7% 78,400 Rey Tob. 45% up 1% two miles west of Quincy. Cog- McArthur. I. Levy-7,936 acres and 6,389; ord high participation in the
,Singer 2.00 .. .,._.._..,_. Am gin and Deermont Inc. of Tampa Florida farmers this $167,170 and $99,332.
Dmtl.I S 2.20 ...,..,...,... 57% 94% 77,800 Tob. 33 off % year feed gram program this
CoI\ttI Dat ....._...._.,.... 74V. :Smith Ken 1,20a -..-.... 64% OVER THE COUNTER 77,800 Chrysler 44 off % 437488. will divert a total of 180,954 Marion 6,214 acres and 4,- year.
Com Pdts 1.50..,.._...,... 64'/ ,Sou Cal Ed 1.05 -. .... 31% 53,000 Cases JI 11% up % U.s. 301 in Alachua County, feed grain acres from produc- 958; $122,280 and 78930. McArthur said that the voluntary
Delta Air 1.60 .... 963 :'St Oil Cal 2.00 ?....._? 60' Alico Land .......... ,,..-.7% 51,300 Sperry Rd 17% off % five miles between Orange tion this,year. This comp ares Union-1,426 acres and 1,147; program gives farmers an

Det Steel .60 ._....--.w.... ...,, 16% St Oil Ind '2.00b 63 Amer Fidel Life '?% 50,800 Gen Mtrs 80% off 1% Heights and the south limits of with 140,942 acres, diverted last $27,698 and $17,556. opportunity to continue the progress -
t Emerson EI 1.00 ....- 44% :Sterl Drug .65 ,...,.,.....,,, 283'4 Amer Heritage .?-, -...-.... 20% 49,500 Tex G Sui 26 up % Waldo. W. and M. Construction year. Putnam 941 acres and 729; of the past three years in

Fair Camra: :50g -....... 26% I Texas Util 1.20 56V Amer Nat. Ins. ....._..r 21% 48,900 Tenn Gas 20% up % Inc. of Williston 726704. There are 16,927 feed grain $26,150 and $14,204. I balancing feed grain supplieswith ,

FinanI Fed .......-....... ,-,, 66% Textron 1.40 _ _. 43 Amer Pion'r' Life _53eAnheuser '48,000 Am Alines 48% off 1 Bridge projects: farms in Florida and 5,731 of Clay 114 acres and 109 demand. At the same
Fst Charter 1.971..V- 45% Tidewater -.. .....,. -...... 36% Bush, ...-..-._,48 47,400 Braniff 21% up % Hendry County, spanning the these (or 34 per cent) were acres; 2,324 and 2100. [time he said, the diversion f

Fla E Cst 9% Trans WA .-.....-.,.-,..,.,, 41th Anodyne 4% 44,300 RCA 36% off % Caloosahatchee River at Fort signed up for this year's pro- The average payment rate payments being made under the

Food-Pair .90 .. ....,...._ ,19% Union Pac 1.60a ....._... 41% Citizens Bank 36 43,200 Uniy Oil Pd 38% up 1% Denaud west of Labelle. Cleary gram. per acre in Florida is $21. The .1 program will help to offset loss

t FMC Corp 1.00 .,...,...,,..?_ 58 Und,Air L 1.50 b ..-....., 61% Conn. Lt. & Pow. ,......_37% AMER STK EXCH ACTIVE Brothers Construction Co. of Alachua was the third high rate varies from county to county of income from the diverted
Gen Tele .88 ?34% Upjohn 1.00 _ 50% Cowles Mag. & Pb. .., 3VA Vol. Close Chng West Palm Beach $239,464. county in the state on the bas- and is based in part on the acreage.

Ga Pad 1.00b .._...,,,.., 36% War Lamb .70 28% 'Dun & Bradst....... ..-621_ 64,400: Kaiser Ind. 9% off % Duval County, spanning
Qetty Oil, .10g 28% Worthintn 1.50 .w.-.V 43 Firs. West. Fine 19% 60,700 TWA-WTS 23% off % Dunn's Creek on State Road 105.

Grace Co 1.00b _.__ 53'la Xerox r-T ? 85% Florida Gas --.._........, 11% 57,100 Syntex Corp 76% off 1% The project went to Houdaille Lepers Some Cured Choose

Helene-C rt .80 ..,.-......., 23'h Zenith 1.203 -._....... ., 84% Fla. Nat'l Bank -._..-..._.60 37,200 Alka Alines 5% up % Duval Co.. of Jacksonville, $329- ,
IBM 5.00' 594/ Fla.. Tel. t25- 31,300 NEast Alines 5% off %
a Also extra or extrasb 444.Sarasota
t Jut Min C 1.80a ..........-, 6538Is Annual rate plus stock divi Forrest Labs. -,..,.,.--,.,..'-6% County, spanning the i

Tele 1.00 -.............,. 57 dende Founders Life. ?. ? ....-....9% Late Morning Lemon Bay section of the intra- Self-Exile in Hawaiian VillageBy

Kellogg .8Oa ...,.,.,.,,,...,- ...--, 42% Franklin Life-?--. coastal waterway at Manasota.
Lehman CP 1.34e 29% Declared or paid so far this Great Amer 15% Bay Dredging and ConstructionCo.

Litton ,In 1.9Bf ..,.:.,..,., 69=Hi year Grolier -44 N. Y. :Listing of Tampa, $603,981.Williston JAMES LAGIER plane and a steamer which goe s; communicable disease branch
I2S em 1.00 22% f Paid in stock in 1963, esti- Gulf Life.. 541 KALAUPAPA, Molokai, Hawaii into the community three time i of the department.

;Marsh Fld 1.60 _ 42 mated cash value on ex-divi- Herff Jones ._..._..._..._.., 15% AllisChal 17% Int Pap 32% Firm (AP) -'Sixty miles from a year. Patients are provided homes,
Martin M 1.00 ...-....._,. 193 dend or ex-distribution dateg Home Insurance ,-.,.?........ 63% Alcoa 77 Jones& 76%1 Honolulu is a settlement of 208 But, except for the bane ol'f t food ration tickets worth $10 an

1'lcG Hill .6Oa _...-..---_? 35% Paid last year Jax. Minit Mkts ..6% AmAir 47% Kais Al 39 Bids Low On people who live in self-imposed Hansen's disease, life goes on a week, $10 every three months
Kennasaw .,_._..........._, 11% Am Brk 54% Ken'cott 84% exile with no desire to join the the colony as to any normal]I I for spending money, and $40

STOCK Life of Fla. _.,.,,...-.,-L ...,...s AmBdPar 38 Lig &My 77% U. S. 301 Work society that once ostracized community. every six months for clothing

IJ_ IJ FITASHES Lowes Company :-...-. ,? 19 AmCan 42 Loch'd 35% TALLAHASSEE -W and M them. The patients-72 of them active Many of them work in the col-

I : MARKET Milgo Electron. ,,..r... V 13% AmCyan 62% Lorillard 47% Construction: Co. ..of. Williston Locked away from the.world cases and the ,remainder.. opy for about fIfO a month.
Mort. Guaranty Ins. ... ... 27%
16V4 the low bidder Medical care is free. They
AmMot Mag'vox 38% was apparent ;, by sheer mountain cliffs and the controlled have automobiles,
.NEW YORK ,(AP) The Caterpillar rose % to 61%. Schlitz Pacific SW Air. sqyi AT&T 139 Mpls Hon 118% yesterday on the project of four- sea, the village of Kalaupapa on television sets and ctaxes; no state taxes or federal
Brewing .--.r 48% ATT-Rt 1 15-16 laning U. S. Highway 301 be- toothbrushes. except for the few who
,stock market was irregular in Each rising %, Du Pont opened MM&M 643'4 Molokai Island is almost as remote -
Secur. Life & *
Tr. .
moderately active trading at at 260V4 and General Electric T AmTob 33 Mohasco 13% tween Waldo and Orange today as it must have They have full civil rights, have civil service status.
Southern Nitro. .......... 17%
(the opening today. at 87%. Travelers Ins. ... ..,, 49 Ampx Cp 16 Mons'to 70% Heights.The been nearly a century ago to subject only to the mild jurisdiction ', Most old. are more than 40 years
Williston firm submittedan
Anaconda 46 Mont Wd 36% the first of cast resident
lepers on of the colony's t
Most stocks showed fractional Radio off Jim Walter .. .. .. 34 group
4 s key Corp. was % at 35% -- offer,of $726,704. .
Armour 51 Nat Dair 70% its shores to die. superintendent, Edward Bur Six Roman Catholic sisters-
changes. on a block of 4,800 shares. MUTUAL Babcock 61% Nat Dist 27% Also among 32 road and bridge Located former construction foreman .
FUNDS& on a tongueshapedarea lem a four of them nurses, a priest,
.'. Lionel opened on 4,800 shares, American Airlines fell 1% to INVESTMENT CO. BOO 42V4 N.Am Av 52% projects let yesterday by the of land on the island's who took over there 10 I four State Health Department

i unchanged at 4%. 47% on 1,800 shares. Pan American Beth Stl 38V4 Penney 50% State Road Department was northern coast, the village is years ago.KaIaupapa. nurses and a physician comprise
t World Airways lost % at Affiliated Fund 8.59 Boeing 44% Pa RR 30% surfacing nine miles of State cut off from the rest of the island which means: the medical staff. The
.1 ',Jon initial blocks of 4,000 Capital Life & 'Gr. ...... Brunswk 10% Road 100 between the Columbia .
80 on 2,500 shares. Pep Cola 49% by a cliff that rises 1,800 "leafy plain" in Hawaii, is administered sisters are paid a nominal sal-
I shares American Tobacco soldunchanged I Divers Growth ,,....._._._9.80 CaterTr 61% Phil Mor 78 County line and Lake Butler.S. feet. by the state throughthe ary by the state.
at ,33 and Sperry II I American Telephone added % Divided Shares ....._..-.,. 3.70 Celanese 66% Phil Pet 48% M. Wall Co. of Gainesvillewas From Honolulu, Kalaupapa i, Department of Health and:
Rand' rose % to 18. at 139 on 2,000 shares. Control Dreyfus 20.47 Chrysler 43T/s RCA 36 the apparent low bidder on can be reached only by air-'by Dr. Ira Hirschy, chief of Patients are free to marry,

e (Opening blocks included: Data gained % at 74% on.2,300 Fidelity Capit. ---.-.......-..11.30 CocaCola 126% Rep Stl ::45% this project with an offer of but no children are allowed in
United Air Lines, off % at 61 shares. Fidelity Fund V 17.57 Com Ed 48% Revlon 37% 658184. the village. When a baby is expected -

I I 0)1 2,000 shares; Kennecott up Yesterday the Associat e d Fidelity Trend __.,.,_..._18.90 Con Edis 86% Rey Tob 44% The low bids submitted on the Police InvestigatingStarke the pregnant mother is
.' % at 84% on 1,500; and Bethlehem -I Press average of 60 stocks dipped Fund'ial Invest. ,,..,10.69 Cont Can 46% St. Reg P 35% 32 projects yesterday totaled taken to Honolulu for her con-

:,1 up U at 38% on 2ldiX .6 to 301.1. Income a" Boston .,_.,.--.8.33 Dow Che 70% Seaboard 47% $10,933,370.The School Vandalismtrators finement. The baby is placedin
-, .. duPont 260V4 Sears 105% largest project Is the four- a nursery of a private hospital -
laning of U. S. Highway 27 in where it is cared fer until -
Kodak 127%
Sinclair 45 STARKELocal police are got In with a key and
_ Gadsen County between the sent to a relative's or foster -
1 YOUR MONEY'S WORTH Firestone 42% Socony 71 south limits of Havana and the investigating acts of vandalismat then broke windows to make it home.
Fla Pw 45% SouthnC 54% Starke Elementary Schoolon
Georgia line, a distance of 6.6 ac though admittance
Fla P&L 73% appear
Sperry R 18 Friday in which the perpe- The absence of children
ft i. Ford 53% miles. This project brought a lad been gained that
V St. Brand 76% way. brings the biggest void to Kal-

E The Coin Collecting Craze Frept Frueh SuI Tr 29 37% Stuebak StO NJ 84 8% low Hammett bid of Co.$1,432,566, Inc. from the Visitor Dies Asst., Police Chief Ken Fuqua which aupapa.apparently Scores of belong stray to dogs ev-

Gen Dyn 29 Swift 47% Egg MarketJACKSONVILLE said yesterday, "We know they erybody only emphasize Kalau-
Gen El 87% Texaco 73% Of Heart AttackCROSS got in with a key-a master lapa's emptiness of youth.

I : Gen Fds 90% Thiokol 16% (APNortheast )
By -Sylvia Porter key which opens all doors at
Medical evidence has
Gen Mills 40% U Carbid 125% Florida egg market pricesto CITY Connie Sauls, proven -
that school, even though they Dr. said that the
Hirschy ,
.. Gen Mtrs 79% Unit Airc 463'4 retailers: 58-year-old Clearwater real es-
;ast week'; 26 million shiny, the Mint stopped accepting orders offer special "layaway plans"for Goodrich 56 Un Fruit 22% Extra large 4448, mostly 47; tate broker, died from an tried to fool us by. breaking out disease[ is not hereditary. Noneof
Kennedy half dollars became for 1964 "proof sets" of coin-buying: put down 45% medium apparent some windows. the members of the medical
r; v you Goodyr US Steel 58% large 41-45, mostly 43;
available at banks across the Kennedy 5Ocent'piecespe- 20 per cent, pay the balance in Greyhnd 52% Univ Mat 12% 34-40, mostly 38-40; small heart attack while hunt He said the vandals broke into ,and nursing staffs, the ad-

I th'e nation. The stampede ,by cial sets of highly polished coins instalments. A twist which ,has Gulf Oil 54% WestgEl 35% 33-36%, mostly 34. ing in Dixie County yesterday. soft drink machine tore. ministration staff, maintenance
dialers;"'collectors, speculators made only at the Philadelphia set off an investigation by the Int Harv 69V4 Winn Dix 30%' Poultry at farms: fryers 13; : He was hunting turkey gob- a men, cooks and service person
_ tg :grab ,them and the efforts of mint from specially prepared. Securities & Exchange Commission .Int Nick'' 75 Woolwth 73% hens light 6-6%. blers in the Steinhatchee Wildlife the movie screen on the stage,. nel 62 of them need fear
USe U.S.Treasury and the banks blanks and dies. is the Socalled'invest.. "tore up" the first-grade roomand contagion as long as they take

I tq restrict the sales to customer ment" plan: You turn over, say,I NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES, MARCH 31C Reservation with his brother "messed up" the cafeteria. proper precautions and use ano
'Wtf'ust the latest iflustratiwnrf -! Still, reflecting the collecting' 2,000, to a coin dealer for investment ) New Ye K Times 1 B r y a n Sauls of Old Town, Principal P. T. Nolin said I common sense program of by-

i I tnealmost fantastic coinhjxardmg craze, the proof sets -, which in coins are "guar High Low Close Net Chg. when he Was stricken. estimate had as yet been madeof : giene.

: craze in the U.S. today. have a face value of 91 cents anteed" $3,500 within a year. 25 Rails . 133.95 132.53 J33.15 off .22 The deceased is a former res- the damage to the schoolHe

and cost $2.10 are reported There are now around 8 million -. 25 Industrials 819.78 809.14 815.CO up .40 ident of Dixie County. Gooding said it was the second time Wins Seat
:5'Coin i Collecting as a hobby quoted at $8. And'the estimatein
coin collectors in the nationincluding I 50 Stocks 476.86 470.83 474.07 up .09 Funeral Home of Cross City is within the year that the cafeteria .
i%p&fectly legitimate, and so numismatic circles is that
; a growing numberof
handling funeral arrangements.there had been broken into.
1 ajp most of our coin dealers he regular Kennedy half. dollarwill "grabbers" quadruple the
who buy and sell coins in quantify oe worm from $z to $o aurI I number a decade ago. Today OnWaldo
1' Miss Eva Adams, ing the next few months of comparative
says medium size town
i I nearly every -

_ director Washington.of the"But U.there S is Mint a new in an indication shortage.As .of the money J has: "coin-a-ramas at least one ,dealer." open Thereare seven Late Frost 'Wipes Out'Area City CouncilWALDO

E type of person in this business "bargains" being offered in the 'days a week; coin brokers; teletype -
s '
-'r the 'coin-grabber. He buys coin markets .today here services to bring up-to-date -J. Pat Oglesby
coins not-by the piece and roll are some samples advertised.information on the coinmarketto won a seat on the Waldo City
but by the bag and hundreds Council in a special election held
in "Coin World, weekly bible throughout the coun-
He hoards the coins, Bean Melon yesterday. Oglesby, who is with
1 oft bags: for; the nation's numismatists: try. Literally hundreds of conventions CropsBROOKER -
keeps them out of circulation, -The "Silver: Dollar Special" are planned this 'year Oglesby"[ Donaldson Supermarket -

cn :the theory that they'll make. a bag of 1,000 cartwheels for New coin books and publicationsare polled 59 votes, as compared

. a profit some day. These people $1,064 and a roll of 20 silver coming out at a record pace. at aD make he said. "It is late with 28 for Mrs. Sarah Win-
String beans Springs area ranged from 25 to was no damage very
J/ are wLonly] ruining the hobby,I dollars for $42. (The run on the What's more, the U. S. crazeis and watermelons were wipedout 100 per cent. He said the bean from the frost, and a person at in the season to replant ter and 21 for Henry Croft
bul they also are creating enormous : silver dollar at the Treasurylast spreading to Canada Europe, vegetables The election, third in Waldo
in "white frost" in total loss and that the packing-shed commented
a was a ,
for the Mint. crop and if do
problems week reached the Australia Mexico elsewhere they they run within the past four months bad
point ,
M this section Monday night, according about 85 per cent of the melon "This is good weather for the .
To help prevent the Kennedy I where the Treasury slashed itsto and coin shortages are also developing the risk of harvesting along with been called to name a replacement
to M. O. Harrellj mana- crop was wiped out. crop.
half dollars from falling m I mayimr'm on sales to individuals overseas as a, result of the Brooker State Farm- others all the way up to the for CommcI man H. E. Me-
_ the bands of speculators and l from $50,000 & person To Treasury officials, the run I ger,Market. Phillips added, "Some of the The Plantain that Held were Carolinas, and getting little for Callister, who moved to Gai&es-
i boarders, the Treasury is limitIng to 10000. Even so, if the demand on the silver dollar and now the ers early corn was nipped by the loaded with fruit, and the tem their produce."

the supply it will sell to individuals continues at the present stampede,for the ,Kennedy half] I Barrel said damage to tobacco -!I Ii frost, fresh paster growth was eratare V did Dot get down low ville.Mrs.. Winter Is a teacher at
will be outBanks dollar "damned plantings was extensive, to freeze and damage Harrell said he thought a ,
rate the nonsense.
to 40 coins.The Treasury are '' burned, and a lot of the 'newlyset enough : Waldo Junior High School Croft
Federal Reserve I of silver dollars in a week or To a New Jersey newspaper edi- i terming it "the worst I've ever tobacco was hit hard." the berries. At the stage the. number of growers will replant ;
i (' have established allotments foi two.) tor, the "magnitude of this craze 'seen from a late freeze. plants were to, there was very,. the fields hit by frost in lis a former Waldo policeman.

member"banks and are urgin rg: -A bag of $50 worth of uncir- bests even the famed tulip mad- He said cucumbers and pepper Bradford County's strawberry little bloom, which are susceptible corn. They'll have to do something A regular Waldo city election was
with minor held in on Dec. 3. In that
backs to distribute the nev'i culated 1959 pennies for$285 and ness of Holland." were also hard hit by thefrost crop escaped to frost to try to get their fertilizer .
cots as widely as possible. Th another bag of pennies same Which leads up to the quizzical: but that the result will damage, and may indeed benefit money back, at least. one, a councilman, W. L. Pre
few if competing areas were set The late freeze and frost has i vail was elected mayor, and in
be known for
basks in turn are restricttoj g face value for $2,150. question of the Mint's director, not a days.M.
back by the freeze. put vegetable planters to a I Another frost last night add e I a special election en Dec. 27,
sales to customers known toBags t of 1955 nickels, face Miss Adams: "When the craze M. (Mel) Phillips, farm
according to Harreli to the damage, but was notto a,I 27, Louie Dempsey was elected
Gaskins quandary
in said At the Arthur planting ,
Lave an actual need for tbhalLdaUars. e value $200, for $1,875. dies, what are the coin grabbers store operator
: Early in Januar.YL "' .In addition the advertisers going to do with their hoards" damage the Alarfma High- near Lawtey for instance,, "They have a hard decision I severe as the one Monday night.lto Prevatt's post on the council.


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include a self-addressed stamped en <

I velope. Abby answers all mail

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\ DEAR ABBY: I have a neighbor who used to arrive on my a bath." I keep telling him that he should say, "I am going to ft K M:MBERGIRL'S YORE RAT&NEST HAIRDO7ONDRERUMTYLJ1. -SO V LOG. 4

doorstep daily for a two-hour coffee break. I finally had to tell TAKE a bath." Who is right? MQNENIINA 77ln avE; WILL'O'fAARRYMEALLAH CABINS.!
her that I didn't have the time for it. She is the sensitive type FASSIO UFEZ1fer ALL LAGS! APPEALS GOT IS A BROKEN-DOWN

\ who is easily hurt, so, ever since then, she has acted very DEAR FASSIO: One who bathes himself, TAKES a bath. If lCD R1C H>:ryZ TOME LOG cA ,3AN'Tv OMlLLYUt '
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cool towards me, and hardly speaks. I must admit that I en- he is given a bath by someone else, be GETS a bath. Unless r
Joy the freedom from these coffee breaks and therefore hesi- ---
friend is at an where his mother is still bathing him,
your age '
tate to revive our friendship. However, our children play together o.
and I would rather be on friendly terms with her. How he is all wet. le1r J -:
1 can I accomplish this without getting back on those two-hour
coffee breaks? CONFIDENTIAL TO BETSY AT LOCKHEED: I think you ,

PUZZLED are wise to wait. A man who has been divorced three timesis c

I f DEAR PUZZLED: You can't. Leave well enough alone. You a very, very, very poor risk. F FIr
don't know when you are well off. ,a

I '* ,* DEAR ABBY: I live in a small.town and would like to know ll .,, ,'H tcaK l+.

DEAR ABBY: A second man has entered my life. I am a how one goes about making a donation to the HEART FUNDor

church woman, but if you will let me explain, perhaps you will the CANCER SOCIETY at the time of death when the family
\ find some compassion for me. requests a donation instead of flowers. How is the family made HowDY,

I think H was his eyes that first breached 'my reserve. Al- aware of the donation? I am sure there are others who would PAW !! t.ET PARSON

I I ways beautiful, they sometimes appear gray and turbulent, like to know, too. Thank you. 33H TH' PARSON'S HIM t
like mountain lakes whipped to'anger by a passing storm. His UNCERTAIN IN TANKTOWN DUE HERE t:

hair, rivaling the beauty of his eyes, has the windblown fresh- DEAR UNCERTAIN: Consult your telephone directory for iHH I EfJNY 3
ness of the open field. His physique is as perfect as his smileis the local headquarters. If there is none, write to national head- MINUTE + -

disarming. And when he looks into my eyes, as he did tonight quarters: American Cancer Society, Inc., 219 East 42nd Street,

I can see no end to this relationship. You see, Abby, he New York, New York 10017, and American Heart Association, CDX f

is my grandson, just one year old, and this is his first visit to 44 East 23rd Street, New York, New York 10010. They will let
our home. Aren't some omen just plain- the bereaved family know of the donation and who sent it, but
LUCKY will not reveal the amount.

DEAR LUCKY: Yes, and I was getting ready to reply, "It :;:)

will never work, forget him."! CONFIDENTIAL TO SANDRA: When a man tells you that ZIJ
he is poor marriage material believe him. He knows himself -

DEAR ABBY: I have a friend who says, "I am going to GET better than you know him.


J Kim Stanley in the con- O I Love Lucy WELL AM I FLYING 01-1.YOU ODNT SAY VOU PROMISED MEVOl/D ME.
Know? The
Have to
move to oust Graham getsa Price Is Right EARTH WITH ME-YaU SAID MOLorrJUSTA EVES. O tr.r, ..
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given by Gina Fields 11:30 O D Missing Links MIKJUTE.SAIDJEANIESOUTOF top

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O Danny Kaye-Variety O Eighth Grade Science

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Sports, Weather O High School'Chemistry EcU

11:25 O Movie 12:25 O News

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WEDNESDAY EVENING I Randy Boone. editor of a Fort ConsequencesO
Search for Tomorrow
5:00 O Gallant Men,Drama. o V i let Nam: The Worth newspaper tangles 12:45 O Guiding Light
with an unscrupulouscattle
O Best Of Groucho Deadly Decision Documentary ., buyer. Randolph O Visiting Spanish THAT WAS N if 3Mi HE crif' rMlWE'RE 00Jt .. .WHAT IQND TSHESGONfWSQETOOFATOBYOU

I 5:25 Q Moments in Sports Brian. Neighbors 10 THe FARM 10 Gilt rr THAT IEAJVIE TANG
Scott Davit]
(Special) Report on re- 12:55 Q CD News W RT5 : : THEWOOOS..THATSHEUBE AKABCSSteKESA3QB70RNI5H/ GOT' TAIKIfAlbpli= UOESIf'T WAKEn U>:
5:55 Local News, Weather cent U.S. policy moves in 11:30 O D Johnny Carson 1:00 Q News HE RO:, MnRMtMCV'j .
And Sports South Viet Nam. (Color) CD Local News '

6:00: O News, Sports, Weather "CBS Reports" will not THURSDAY O Midday f.
Q Sunshine Almanac be seen tonight. 6:00 Q Slimnasiics 1:05 D Match Game

8:15 0 Local News O What's New O Sunrise Semester 1:15 O Focus i

6:30 Q (D News Huntley, 8:00 O Marketing on the 6:10 O Continental Classroom O Elementary Spanish o 1r
Brinkley Move 6:15 Q Sunshine Almanac 1:30 O Science II..c

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Cronkite 8:30 O Donna Reed Show O Pastors Study O As The World Turns < 4 ri

O The Big Picture O Jazz Casual 6:31 O Sunshine Almanac6:4u 2:00 O CD Let's Make A Deal

7:00 O Biography 9:00 O Espionage (E) Living Words O Password

a Deputy O Beverly Hillbillies 6:45 O Hi, Neighbor (Color) 2:25 OCD News _

O Wanted Dead or Alive 6:50 O Farm and Home 2:30 O House Party
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7:15 Q The Friendly Giant American News, Weather Young \ /* PEopL>r HSW MXJ USED TO sos oNI
by Anthony O To Tell The Truth VGETMARRIEPNOW SWEEP ME .,
7:30 O (9 The Virginian 7:05 O Ranger Hal OFF SWEEP
Lawrence. An old Indian ,
(Color) "The Secret of 7:50 O News 3:25 O News MYFEETy. ,
won't submit top
Brynmar Hall" is explored 8:00 O Captain Kangaroo 3:30 O D You Don't Say
brain until he
Sarah surgery 9:00 Q Divorce Court O Edge Of Night re
by Bryn- .
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deliver his life ,
can savings
4:00 O Match Game vr4j
mar, who has invited 9:30: O People Are Funny
J to his son whocan't O Secret Storm rc- .
Betsy and three other D Jack La Lanne
be found. e
young people to her old 9:55 C0 Sen. George Smathers D Popeye's Pals
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finding out who murdered O News 4:30 Q Barns and (Ilea 4.No .
9:30 O Dick! Van DykeO
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her daughter. Betsy: O Waldo Norris

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: James Drury. Randy: 10:00 O Eleventh Hour 10:30 O (D Word For Word "The Hard Way." =. t u .
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SMILE! With Art Buchwald' cur ONCE HE B5URE WILL YOU .lFWr
GET TK$ CUARiy Miss lA5AUCCTHEllO wAlrrs f055l6iy GIVEN W A )LOVER, 3UE55 I HAD *V MIND
Subtitles for Old Books E"4 A-,A UE'DCTLr'fOR' HER OF BEINGUNFAITHFUL WOUIDVOU _, r S'L:

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WASHINGTON There was thing you could bring In from the publishers making non-por Innocent boy finds the secret of tjH

a time when the only way you II Paris. We feel everyone has aright nographic books pornographjc growing tip 0

could get a pornographic book to make a dollar underour by putting half-naked women on "Little Red Riding Hood" -
was to smuggle it in from Paris. free enterprise system andif the covers of good books and A girl goes to visit her grandmother OAt I IWUAT
printing descriptions of the con- to discover wolf
only a
But in recent the people want to buy -
years paperback pornographic
tents which give an entirely dif. in her bed. Read what happens
book industry in the United literature that Is their ferent idea of the plot.
when the girl refuses to into
States has been outdoing any- business. What we object to is If the'trend continues, here is bed with the wolf. EARS oPEN, I Vs N f .-2'' vlNCiD Mal THEY SAYI NS 1 CAN?TEU. uUTO -
how our paperback publisherswill "Tom A of
Sawyer" gang PIAGAB INt.E 7. eaivGsit WAR.
soon describe some books sub-teenage hoodlums paint the r BUT THEY fPJI'TURE rI
GAG Tou AEISARA familiar to >11 of us: town white, and commit may DON'T KNaw IT.1 ENSUSH.Y I .(h Nr
"Snow White and the SevenDwarfs" hem and murder to satisfy their z '
desires."Heidi". .
The story of a ravishing / ry
ACROSS 25.Blf game blonde virgin who was A young lady I J '
T CLRGS caught in the wild life of V
:Procure hunt held captive by seven deformed up
4.Promontory '21.!M&iC _ARCM SHY_t V A all with different lusts.'Cinderella" Switzerland fights for love. r
29.Compute SIR S H E s E E o men "Babar the Eelphant" Life .
8.Prod 31. Knee U M K H A T A beautiful in the S _
11.Amula 32. Chas 4 0 1 L C A S T passionate woman bares her raw. v 1 /
And so As for the 3 .
12.Straight, pieces r A L t A 2 t M U T naked foot to the man she loves goes. t, Ly' r ;
forward 33. Russ emperor covers, we'll have to leave that N : btA
13. Extinct ARC S P O C R O C while her stepmother and step- up to the publishers. We hateto 1 A

tattte bird 35. You and I M E R C t 1O M A W C sisters plot to cheat her out think what the paperback
of the memorable night in
Indifference 36. Diamond SOLUTION OF YISTIIDAY'S PUZZII50.Pitcaer artists will do with "Wind in the ,
17. her life."Alice. (7 $ CAL + .afvlfREi
Meadow fragment .
Willows. AT tt'+t+T, 2
barter.S1.11ea Imitated In W'onderland'A tM..Wlay!
18.Cany out 39.Stocky ,51.An at (.Mnlcaa young girl's search for happi DynamiteHearing BOOK t tJ ,,,, eE EBRATlctJ Yh1E 1 WHO!
19.Democrat 40.Extension DOWN
coin W M'CMORYa
ness in a weird depraved worldof 1
20.Sylvan 46 Prayer l.TfodleflihS.May 7.Abstract "
dory bead birth* befog animal desires. Can she ever Set JIIIIIII : d -
22. Egypt 47.low cute tones 8.Rectify return to a normal happy life < 5LErS
skinks Hindu 3.Unspoken 9.Gauzy after falling so far? MIAMI (AP) Arraignment e
s 4.Obsolete' 48 Seaweed 4.Mountain fabric "Huckleberry Finn" A wild is scheduled Friday for four men :Q

'railway 49.Split pulse pasiZ4 JO.fluid Aeriform youth runs away from his hometo on indictments charging they I r., 4 tc

15.Solutions help a Negro slave escape tried to blow up a train on the! ta
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16.Nests from the ravishing Miss Watson. strike plagued Florida East II 4.pocrolc.

,II In tf 20.Capital "Little Women" Four teen- Coast Railway.
21.Tatter agers, wise beyond their years, Joseph Vedder, Hugh Wins'
1 22.South Seas are caught up in the throbbing and John KaUiko. all of the Miami -, I

I bland tumult of the Civil War. Read area and John W. Davis of =
n I"/ !: : : 26.23.Not Delivered what happens to them when t St Lucie were ordered to appear

10 21 'l'l/ tt IZSr 27.One many Scot. rich old gentleman and his at 9 a. m. Friday beforeU. x w oo ro '< ,z REMEM&EKCVWTHIN3 I THAT'S RHE.'PO
30.Potseaeua greedy grandson take rooms as S. District Judge David W.
f : Il"IZI wadS boarders in a house withoutmen. Dyer. All currently are tree in WITH au8,tl6A* 1 Wes :U,W!
:.Gesture bond
f50.0e0 each.
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34.Rubbish "Tom Brown's Schooldays"For The four are charged In connection r\

JJ 1-'." I>s .11> 38.36.Cudgd To grip the first time we look beyond with so pounds of dyna

_ 3d t/'Z 99 1 PJ n 39.Bazaar the locked, doors of an mite which 'FBI agents said was F
__ 40MM "II 'II 40. Ill-man. English boarding school to reveal -found on the FEC tracks in Indian wl a
t 44 44 44 nrrcd person the truth about a life thatno River Comty. The federal 41

41. Eggs one talks about and only a men said the explosives were
4' I ., I.'I 1. ., 42.43.Fresh Rubber tree few will whisper. wired to detonate on passage of

41 3i : : ,,1 44. Danish "Treasure Island" The crew a train.
of a ship bent on rape and Five FEC trains were wreckedin 4 I

For Erne 25 rain. >> .....,..,... 4.a 45.money Bird's beak plunder land on an island inhab- recent months by dynamite \1 _

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*Shortage OJ State Moves to Cut Itself<=<- EST PICTURE OF TYEAR'A'IARDS

Of Coins To i t WINNER OF7ACAOI : _


Be Critical on 'IJ, BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY (color, ) t1-:, ." lJ

TALLAHASSEE'(AP) Flor-I Waters of the state were al sity of South Florida and Dr. : BEST EDITING/BEST SOUND
: By ADREN COOPER Charlton W. Tebeau of the University '
her- crossroads for English and
'WASHINGTON ida is getting ready to cut !
AP Thecoin
< ) of MiamL
shortage will reach a crisis self in on any more treasure Spanish ships for hundreds of] ; 2 -

stage within the next two or that might turn up in the old years exploration of the new! The Cabinet also authorizeda !'4 %; ?: I'
wrecked pirate ships that dot. committee of engineers and
three jears.This world. I .
its coastlines. I 1 lawyers to be appointed to de -
is the view of govern- "As a practical matter ,we Florida prohibited SalVage termine the mean high water ,

ment officials who direct the [ by state lease line along the coast lines.
years ago :
manufacture and distribution of are 'Josing everything value This is an important mark ,. .
billions of coins and it is baed'' that is removed," a state official i'that provided, for the state to because of the fact that th estate ) ji -

on the assumption that demand. told the Florida Cabinet I iI I I get a share of the items I owns the submerged lands i .

will continue to expand at an Tuesday. "If anybody finds any I found., But no' way has been I and pivate owners the adjoin ".,p. ,-
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incredible rate. thing" they just don't reportit. found to enforce the provisions.I II ing shorelines. ; ;{>;. 0

How soon will the shortage I Kidd said that he hoped to I Kidd, who will be chairmanof }- S
have a noticeable effect on The Cabinet appointed a six-:cancel all salvage leases. i the seven-man group said i t$
business, and produce serious I .the question was one of utmost I' 7' V
member Columbia
committee of expertsto Gov. Farris said, that :;4"'i' \ \ Pictures presents ,
inconvenience for the public? help it draw up the rules by Bryant I importance to management of .,- ? ) THE SAM SPlEGa DAVID LEAN Production of
Florida's histori-
"We believe that some banks [exploration of !the state's property.. -
are already stocking up on coins which to'regulate in Florida. salvage operations -'cal.past should ,be encouraged,: In another action, the Cabinet i : 4 : I EfflVRENCEor

for next Christmas;' a Treasury rather than outright prohibited. trustees fixed a bulkhead line _
official said. William Kidd, director for the I "It is something we want to for most of island B in New :
Of the 55 billion coins manu-'Cabinet Internal ImprovementFund encourage but it ought to be River Sound at Fort Lauder- j- ARABIA

factured by the governmentsince 'I trustees, said that the regulated," he said. dale. This nine-acre tract, also :- ff!

1792, about 44 billion have main aim of the move was to Members of the committee to called Catalina Island, is owned t. aF. : ALEC GUiNNfSSANTHONY OUNN'JACK HAWKINS IKi>

been minted in the past 23 preserve historical items. help draw up the regulationswere by E. W. Vanstone and was f! L t <...t. JOSE FERRER ANTHONY. OUAYU .CLAUDE RAINS mi aka
years. On the average, a coin Cannon, used to thousands of ,''rse .; a ARTHUR OMAR SHARIF.'ALT '
ship'shardware pump
of -
I copperware : S. J. Olsen, director i'
in circulation for 25 fi =PETER OiOOlE."lAWRfHCE'ftO&RHIOlT
stays years. coins and many oth- geology for the State Conservation -cubic yards of sand from im- it I.} ic'R. r Y' """; ---.r R Rea .--- &;.,
I afi.
Production has been steppedup .a SAM SPIESEL'DMXtUUH'TCCMMCOUW S WfKJwSON, *' ff.?
er kinds of artifacts have been Department; Dr. Hale;orovements to the Intracoastal ?: 70
in the few .1
sharply past years
I recovered from old wrecks. Smith, Florida State University -Waterway canal. "c" LAST DAY!
and it will reach 4.1 billion
in the business There are many confirmed anthropologist; Dr. J. C. The Cabinet expressed fear Walt Disney', TOMORROW AT 1:00, 4:37, 8:14
pieces year
which ends next June 30. If [wrecks along the coast, including -Dickinson of the State Museum, that the spoil was pumped so "A TIGER.
for five in a single stretch along the University of Florida, Dr. 'ugh some 20 feetthatit _WALKS" ADULTS $1.25 CHILDREN 50c

overtime Congress pay approves and some money addi--I"/the Florida Keys where a storm Pierce Brodkorb, biologist with might be washed off the is- ___

tional equipment, the total wiO! Kindreds of years ago drove the University of Florida, Dr. 'and into the channel a g a in.
)rivateers aground. Robert H. Fuson of the Univer- The bulkhead line was regard-
reach 4.6 billion in fiscal 1965 -- --- tf as notice to Vanstonehat Retailers know that newspapers reach more ready-to-buy prospects in their markets. Their newspaperads
"If there were no shortagewe he could not make are seen by more people-including teen-agers. According to Gilbert Youth Research, 94co of them 'are

would have 2 billion coin Cuba Spokesman Points ,Us aroimd the island. any regular newspaper readers.STEAK .
on hand and 2 billion,in the dis I .

tribution pipeline," a Treasur k roa yp +:a'. x.; ; .....xy.w.a..,... ,,.. .
official said. "Now we have vir Some Barbs Toward U. S.

tually none. :.>: ..>

'In other words, we're a year Nrrn Unrk u.lmtss United States, fighting with its : .. .. ...
behind right'now.. And it takes :;::% ti C"a PLS' ti.a" : ';jy. w
three years to build a new Allies, than for us." .
GENEVA Cuba's Ernesto i
mint. welcom-i The cutoff of U. S. purchasesof h lf I
Che Guevara Tuesday

Denver The mints are at operating Philadelphia at near and ed the ,declaration of U. S. Sen.J. Cuban sugar has been offset Gr F r IG

capacity although the Philadel- William Fulbright that "Cubais by sales to Commuunist coun- r G l
tries, he said. The cut-off of to-
phia output can be increased by here to stay," but acknowl-
:bacco purchases is "a nuis-
100 million coins a year if the
edged that the follow-up state-;ance," he said because Cuba
present three shifts are extended
through weekends. An addi- ment by Secretary of State prepared a special type of to- G
Rusk indicates no change in bacco for the U.S. "And we now
tional 500 million coins a year
have to smoke those
can be turned out at Denver U. S. policy. cigars,
I which don't like." -
with the addition of equipment we WI
Government officials are not Guevara, minister of industry: ., hdWl

sore why demand has increasedso in the ,Castro government, saidat i Tough Egg I. -

enormously in the past three a press conference that his: (, JIPft06VBD .

jears.Some. country "is, completely disposedto LEHIGH, Kan. (AP) Rufus i lb 98 -
believe that vending engage in a dialogue with the D. Unrau was unloading four'' r s Mixed ---

r&achines are the culprits since United States. But Washington hogs from his pickup truck when i I ;,.' Vegetable, 6:0005

they keep change out of circulation his young son pointed into the SI ."' \lb 89 Green Beans
for weeks. The demands "the non existence of truck bed and said V
days or : I 45c
i I 10-oz Pkgs. 2 for
machine our government" as an impossible
vending companies say I C
their business has not caused pre condition for the "Look daddy is that an egg?" STEAK ri or Bar ds
1.49 Eye
the shortage dialogue, he said. A 160-mile loose chicken egg had madea I 3bs.\ I. Chopped .2 far
trip rolling in the Beef
There to be
seems a growing
belief that the coins are in the Guevara is here as Cuba's truck with the dogs, and; Fresh Ground 49 j JA'' ., Spinach 39c

hands of collectors. The number chief delegate to the United was undamaged. I IDa'V.'H ,lb. ,., ChopPed

of numismatists has been estimated Nations three -' month confer- Palm Rite r I Frosty Mint ord
at million to 12 million. trade and frrLAST BACON tykes lb. 49 Turni Acr ea s fo
ence :on development, p r
now in its second week. Dressed or Whole e Mr "d Colfor /Or'd ..2ScIb.39
I THfAUfI M n/t 2 G.
5STot 111 Smokies in his customary green fatigue HAMS Frosty
w !uniform and smoking his cus- I uoo J1-no-.." '''.N II French

IRVINE, Ky. (AP) Estill1:tomary cigar, he I was relaxed 2 TIME fresh Fries. .
County authorities closed a sec. and non combative through NOW 2 .Color Laff Hits! u S win ter Garde 2 for 19c
Open 6:45 show at 7.15 Boston 'b. 49 f/ n
tin of a rural road near Rice 80 minutes of questions by near- First Run See Bet Late as 1:00 Meat -Beef;. M cot Pies
Station because it was smoking.i ly 100 reporters. His answers TONY RANDALL whole Or turke Chicken
Officials said black shale or were never excited but often "THE BRASS BOTTLE'! 1 Fresh Pork V "

state had been used to construct barbed. I DEBBIE 2n-cl-Hit REYNOLDS At f.M HAM t 5 for 89

a-fill beneath a 100-foot stretchof "MARY MARY" I.
He said, for instance, the U.S. rode A
the road and somehow it became eltsG lb.
economic blockade of Cuba. STARTS FRIDAY 7 -
fumes.ignited and gave off noxious I causes "more trouble for the HOcK TREATMENT" whole V V ;

n I: LUNCH .. .. 65c up Poc ka 9 e
V One Full Pound
2i DINNER .. SScupALFORD'S aPE "' osc GOf ;
1 or
KC Sirloin # 1 RANKS e a

.( .$ I- t _, we T"o-V" ,1. TOWER HOUSE G"aot\

TONIGHT AT 7:15 I Steak $195 'i,1/ 2I UNIVERSITY V V V r V sa" eof

The u-Mi Ui:: Cjuasihe i -- --- .\Th 55w Of e'i
Professor's Apprentice \ ; : yoocs ,

*. standing on his head! 2ND OUTRAGEOUSLY Potatoes \ ,
.5 10 l b..
f. /fNl'r.'1 ;. FUNNY ti 5 0 Lemons 43c e.ft .

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,, ciiit: o 129c
13579KPeter 0 o 0 a (
".a. nions.-
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r; !'\ P .r',' "- sellers .l e ore C. Scott: .: i., POle Ibs. ..25c8 ,
t" tc 4.. .II.: .'';t: -
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V WTWE hll,ttlf\ II Maw I 1ltaru4 StD F WinJi4 Ad 1m Tn Eas.
s 2
,. the hotlinesuspense for 19c GILT EDGE STAMPS" HAVE. :TURNED: TO GOLD. ,

WALT DfSNEY Isen' !: comedy t Your Gift. Edge Stamps are still.good -- Turn, them. ',

M DVEUIURES OP sloeS in for more valuable Gold Bond Stomps. V .


en'ng 3 With this coupon end $8 worth .f 9 coteries
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April 1, 1964 Gainesville Sun 25

I'' !I I'

: : ODDBALL ; ; ; .I
Plant Purloiner I '
; .:. ..


Ky. CAP) Trans ; for
Peeving Pupils
portation costs getting too high' ? 'I Classified Only.DEADLINES

:-: Try, the Cadiz Railroad.. It's :

Youthful gardeners at Duval Elementary School are fighting free.When ". "4.' I

a losing battle. to a plant thief with big feet the passenger business ISCLASSIFIED
dried before World War n I Tues. thru FrL paper-5 p.m. Day before publication
up ,
The battle has like this
gone : For ads to go In Sun. paper-12:00 ajn. Sat.

the railroad never bothered to For ads to go In Mon. paper 1 p.m. Sat. -..

For three weeks pupils and teachers have been sprucing up go through the red tape to for- ANYOFTHESE (Minimum ad 4 lines) ..

.. their school grounds and putting in plants. As soon as the ,mally end its classification as a

weekend rolls around someone digs them up. The pattern has passenger carrier. I FAMILY RATES

been the same for 'three weeks. The line handles 350 to 400 WORTHWHILE 1 Insertion ................................................ 34e lire
= 3 Insertions .............................................. 22c line
freight cars a year between Cadiz e 4 Insertions ............................................... 17c line ..
"Whoever it is has big feet, school principal '.Lucius Jackson ,SELL 12 Insertion -..........................,.................. 14c line
and the Louisville & Nash- THINGS I TO ?- R -
said. "The footprints are definitely not those of a kid." Total charge computed by multiplying total. lines x rate earnI -
ville Railroad connection at ed x number of Insertion If
The thief has been pretty neat, too, always covering up the
It's miles
Gracey. only ,eight II
after the plants are removed, said Jackson.
.. between the -towns but the rail- S FIve letter words per Itnt t

"That Is until this last week. He got sloppy and didn't cover road added more than two

up the holes." miles of curves so it could have They'll Bring You Extra,'Cash 8 Pt. Same as 2 lines
ordinary type
a 10 mile line, the mini- .
Jackson said it is getting on his nerves and the pupils are pmm .distance to officially be 12 Pt. Same as 3 lints .,

getting downright mad about the plant purloiner."We termed a railroad. ordinary type ..

were hoping to get our school grounds all shipshapefor The businessnow '. Sameasillnes
only passenger 18 rt.ordInary
Cleanup Week next month. Now it looks like we won't have President W. C. ", : : READINGIN I
any plants growing if this keeps up," Jackson said sadly. White II, is a few rail fans. ;, -I Rugs. '; :;.' ..''':" "

24 as S lines "

Jackson believes the horticultural thievery happens on Saturday "T G.:::,-'; F t.. ordinary type .

Anights. The missing plants have been reported to the j :

police who are keeping an eye' on the Eighth Street school. 13th Street : .: Tools The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for more than one

: Shejist !$' getting longer. As of this week missing are Sz1eap1ants Boats :J" tlsement Incorrect! to Insertion a greater, nor extent will It than be liable the cost for any ef the error space In adve occu

|i 26 petunias, 2 petisporums, 2 camellias and oneTfieplan'ts : .:"", c pied by the Item In the advertisement. No adlustment will 1
burnum. ,- be made on errors that do not materially effect the value of

.... '" Firms AreBroken '. Tents. i(1 (T' the advertisement.
: \ were donated to the school by the PTA the pupils 1 : The GainesvIlleSun
Books : reserves the privilege of revising or re-
aMthe School Board. .' /" letting any advertisement which It deems oblectlonal and to
IntoThree ": change the classification of any advertisement from that
'; 0r-
Plants : :: THE dered to conform to the policy of the paper.
TRAFFIC OF FLORIDAtPECIAL REGULATIONS Ike Gives N.W. 13th Street businesses Pianos t';' $2tnimsretsntumniwminnumanminmssfl2l emees-r'-------- -

NOTICE IS 'HEREBY GIVEN: had uninvited after (

That the State Road Board at Its : 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED 13-Help Mile Female
meeting of March 19. 1964 gave consideration hours customers last night, but : Stoves : or

to .the requests relating to special His View Of financial $I.7d PER HR. Servicing Fetter
only one reported any :
traffic regulation and In each case WANTED IMMEDIATELY Brush Customers. Part time
mad a review of the traffic Investigation Radios EXPERIENCED SECRETAY openings In Archer wmtston,
-'report, along with the recommendations loss.City SUN Must be neat attractive and able Mcintosh & Cltra. 372-7117 or
of tvt engineer at the location U. S. police patrolling the area Skates to take dictation. Age limit 40 530 NW STtfi St.. GalwvHIe'
4 er location described below: ImageLOS this discovered .
early morning EXPERIENCED
Section 26020-In Gainesvillefrom break-ins at the Thirsty Gator Trunks' ::'; have experience In Bank
SLD MP 3.193 to SLD MP 43ft ; bookkeeping operations. Neat PROTECTED
distance ,..,1 mile.'. RECOMMENDED ANGELES CAP) Former and Chandler's, both on N.W ".. .. I. f. and attractive. Apply Citizens for married sales man& with service car route..

:. -REGULATION Parking. ; 'Eliminate' all. Parallel President Dwight D. Eisen- 13th Street. A third store, Rogers : t : __ JewelryBicycles I Bank of Gainesville. phone. Average while training SiS
WANTED lady for four afternoonsto plus expenses If quallfed.; Age
T On motion duty made and seconded, : :
Thriftwayhad a broken _23-45 3737117
WANT watch children. White or
!: the above traffic:and speed regulationswere bOwer says he never would have
l "J'.J colored. Must be dependable.
listed the discovery : :
.. determined 'to.be. reasonable and window, but police .T : Phone 374704.WAITRESSES 16-Work Wanted Female
A necessary upon the basis of the engl- allowed the Communists to build window -- -
.oeerlng and traffic Investigations> and of a broken as ::i : wanted. Apply In person .
Authorify was ,therefore given for the the Berlin wall.'Eisenhower vandalism rather than breakingand TVSetsr: to Bob Evans Manor Motel TYPING wanted to do In my
i ,etUUtarint el same and the placing : Restaurant, 2325 NW 13th St. home. Please call 312-1669..
.*i.tbe. vepar marking and sIgns as In.S entering. ': .. '
ej f\ : : WANTED experienced waitress, all BURROUGHS Sens. Bookkeeping
....lc.ted'.MQp .f, the elimination of4existing also told the first : Clothing .'. shifts Apply Larry's Restaurant Experienced. Phone 429-2877
controls where this Is IndlcaC4 Patrolmen discovered torn Ocaia
1225 W. University Ave. No
Republican .
party-to-people forum : ADS.
and broken windows at Cameras phone calls please
t JOHN R. PHILLIPS screens
17 Work
... I : WEEKLY for Wanted Mate
wearing lovely
r Chairman Tuesday: and called the S23
the two stores
-Matted to Gainesville Dally Sun ; dresses received as extra re
-marcrr 30. MM.T32C3J to investigate whether ; Antiques \c: wards. Just show Fas hlon WANTED ianttor job or delivery
I 4:1 -- -Any Russians who flew over owners Frocks to friends. No Invest work after 6 PM Call 372-1'

t -....-- ment canvassing or experience
anything was missing. ;
United States or Allied territoryand Furniture :! -: necessary. Fashion Frocks. 18 Schools & Instructions"

Thirsty Gator owner Sam Dept. P58AA. Cincinnati! O. 45302. -
-JOTIC OP INTENTION TO refused orders to land !
f REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAMES Darby estimated about seven Livestock :. : \ :; SECRETARY position available wanted.,must Immediate be experienced REAL ESTATE ..

-rwsuant to Section MS.09, FiorI- should "pay the penalty"-pre- In shorthand
4, *6r-3tstute' notice Is hereby given dollars in change was missing : Ii general office work.typingand Ph. EXAM ..

1 -"lr-1fI. undersigned,' 'tJAIL F. AV. sumably meaning they shouldbe from his tavern, where thieves Diamonds :. : 372-9506 or write P. O. Box 415. COURSE ..
ERA, doing business under the firm : :. (-t{ : v- ATTEND
*. entered broken win- I EARN In 4-hours dally what others FIRST LESSON
fcame: of. Selective Jury servIce.G.lne9Qllle shot down. through a : '! .1 FREE HOWELL'S BUSINESS
-t Fish Poles '
can In I. We will show you
Alachua County, Florida. ;
dow in the mens' room. COLLEGE 218 W. Univ. Ave. FR
now as an Avon Representative.
( )(itrid toregister said fictitious name -There never was a missilegap -3S07. 3723721.
, ? underJfoe": provisions of the aforesaid The Chandler's drive-in man- Used Cars : i- Call Mrs. Bums. FR 20421. "
Statute. as the Democrats had MEN AND WOMEN WANTED
_Dated .at ,Gainesville, Florida this charged.The ager said nothing appeared to 12 Mole! Help Wonted TO TRAIN FOR ,
I 46tfc day GAIL,of F.March AVERA A* D. 1964. be missing. Auto TiresAquariums :'. COLORED WAITERS CIVIL SERVICE.

(Jin) 3, 18, 23; 4.1 United States has considerably r EXAMS >
: :/ : We prepare Men and Women.
MEN with experience preferred,
less prestige than Spanish WarAmnesty : I :. good working conditions excellent Ages 1S-55. No experlen necessary
.. Grammar
: .. cllentle.: I Apply Carman- school educafjn
IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY when he left office ella's, 704 W. Univ. Ave. No usually sufficient. Permanentlobs.
I JUDGE. ALACHUA COUNTY, FLOR- Given Row Boats Dial phone calls.SALESMAN No layoffs. Short hours.
DA, IN PROBATE. High pay. Advancement. Send
IN RE: ESTATE OF -The United States is in trouble '; : wanted: Attractive name home address phqoe

FAIREST MAJESTER JONES. with its alliances especially MADRID (AP) -Gen. Fran- Golf Clubs : .. proposition to Insurance salesman number and time home. WrIte
Deceased. or real estate salesman. Marcel Co. Box 38'-'', c/o Galnes-
a. To All Creditors and Persons Having because we offend friends like cisco Franco, Spanish chief of ,,' .or Call 37 -3507 for appointment. vine Sun.
. Claims or Demands Against Said TypewritersMotorcycles 'y:.
Estate: French President Charles de state, has ordered amnesty for 376-4672 ROUTE MAN, for establishedcity 22 Special Services' -
You and each of are hereby notified route. Experience desirable
and required to present any Gaulle when we don't consult prisoners on the 25th anniver- -; but not necessary. Transportation

claims and demands which you or of the end of Spain's civil fur n I shed.. Hendrix LIKE NEW" That's what yotrll
them. sary Furniture Co. say about clothe cleaned ,at
either el you. may have against the
,estate of FAIREST MAJESTER war today. I : ;; Used TrucksRefrigerators AIR.WAY DRY CLEANERS. 2
it ROUTE man wanted. Good physical
hr. service
; pickup ad
JONES deceased late of said County
Eisenhower! d d ajpaneljf The decree affecting both political 1 Announcements condition 21 to 35. Married delivery AIR.WAY costs lessi
to the County Judge of Alachua .. ',
** must b* bondable.HigIs scbeeI W t e. 1** SfrF* S-5US. -
*County Florida at Ms office In the top Republicans who are tryingto and criminal prisoners reduces ; .; education preferred. Apply 204
court hOUse of said County at Gainesville -
,- Florida. within six calendar find an American consensuson sentences by one-sixth. ; _sw 5th St. 23 Home Improvements

months from the time of the first publication Baby Buggies {
what is needed "for the said this the -
Officials was
of this notice. Each claim or STRAYED Black and grey striped THINKING OF PAINTING? Callus
demand shall be In writing and shall peace and security of the United ninth general amnesty order by ': cat White paws and chest. ADVERTISINGREPRESENT for an estimate on Aluminum -
state the place of residence and post Electric Motors ,. Small scar on right rear leg. siding. End painting worries
offlc address of the claimant, and States." The consensus is to be Franco since 1945. Reward. FR -O746. A TI VE forever 376-1 WS or 9727948.
rhail.be sworn to by the claimant, Ms .
agent er attorney and any such put in the Republican platform, The number of prisoners was Farm Machinery FOUND. In vicinity of University A wonderful opportunity for EMRAYS II
Health Center. Tan and white
.(aim or demand not so filed shall ;
the right man. Must be between
< not indicated in the decree but .. male Collie Phone FR ..
*e void. Each claim to be filed In duplicate puppy. 20 40 years of
. and accompanied by a filing IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT.. on Jan. 11, officials said the Store Equipment iInfant's <-3947 age be able to sell type 27 Feed & Fertilizer
fee of $1.oo. IN AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY, at least 40 wpm have
IDA E. Jones FLORIDA.IN Spanish prison population was 4 Personalized Services' good transportation. This
and CARL A. JONESas RE: Estate ef i Clothing 'f'I local |lob offers tremendous DA'!3Y FERTILIZER U.00 per'

co-admfnistrators of the MARY R. PHIFER 11,395. LEARN TO DRIVEl Special attention possibilities for future advancement yard.. $1.15 per bag. Phone 3765555
. Estate ofFAIREST Deceased I to nervous or elderly.Easy good salary S

MAJESTER NOTICE TO CREDITORS.All Sewing Machines .: Way Driving School. FR plus commission and expenses
JONES. deceased 2-7602. Uc. vacation and 28 Livestock & Supplies ,
creditors of the Estate of by State of Fla. paid
I First 11, 1964 : IT MAY CONCERN:
publication MARY R. PHIFER Deceased an TO many many fringe bene
tcrvggs &. Carmlchael attorneys for hereby notified and required to file, You era hereby notified that the followIng Office Equipment IN GAINESVILLE- fits. Must be willing to 9 year old horse saddle and bM-
me Administrators, any claim or demands whlcn they may, motor vehicle: Plymouth Fury GDI'S PHARMACY work long hard hours Experience die. For chIldren $125. Phone;
fV 0. Box 136. Gainesville Florida. have against said Estate In the Office mi S No. 3311113231 will be told at pub- 116 Central Plaza preferred but not 485-2311, Brooker.
(3153) 3.11 II til 4.1 o'clock on the 7th I (next to Wlrm-Dlxle) _
of the County Judge of Alachua County lie sale at 10:00 ajn. Movie Equipment necessary If qualified In all
.. MainGainesville HORSE for sale,
14av < Anrll. 19&4. at 1321 North For prescriptions & cosmetics sorrel gelding
Florida, In the Courthouse at other aspects. Send complete
Florida. gentle, saddle & bridle Included
The proceedsof PL. DRUGSTORE
St. -
GaInesville of qualification
Florida within resume
six (6)
|'a Jhe:Court of the County Judge, Ala calendar months from the date of the I the sale will be applied to the payment Nursery Furnit reBuilding to Box 389-A. GainesvilleSun. _$225. Call FR 2-0384.
chua .County. Florida In Probate.. lirst publication of this notice. Each I of the cost of retaking, storingand ti SPECIAL NOTICESI GOOD grade Sows bred to reg
.In re: Estate of' claim or demand must be In writing sale of said motor vehicle and the istered Hampshire 135 each,
BESSIE LOVE SHAW and must state the place of residence I cost of publication of notice of sale Materials 500 Ib. registered New Hemp. *
.Deceased.To and post office address of the claimant and then to the satisfaction of the balance WILL not be responsible for shire boar S65. Call FR 2-4782
All Creditors and Persons having due under the contract with any debts Incurred by anyone MARRIED man age 25-55 for combination _After 6 p m
and must be sworn to by the claimant I 106 SE 48trt St., other than myself after this Insurance debit. Experience -
Claim\ or Demands Against Said Es- BART C CRAVEY Outboard Motors .
agent his
or attorney er It date March 27, 164. Walter. helpful but not essential.
Stat,- will become void according to I..,. II Gainesville\ Fl*. covering the financing 30 PETS & SUPPLIES
Seldenstucfcer Call 372-7167 for Interview.
Ywend each of you are hereby notified -WILLIAM H. CHANDLER of said motor vehicle. Any surpluswill :
an-- required to present any William H. Chandler as be paid to you. and you will remain Sports Equipment DUE to divorce I have a like new SALESMEN needed-2 good men for GERMAN
I claim 'and demands which or eIther liable for balance remaining 1964 shepherd pups. AKC
you Executor of the Estate of I any model ZIg Zag Automatic beverage rout.. age 25-50. Salary registered. Bred for Temper.
ef-yow, may have against the estate Mary R. Phifer deceased.' I unpaid under said contract sewing machine that does ev plus commission. Write P. O. Box ment end .
'of" BESSIE LOVE SHAW deceased Dated this 19th of March 164. Vacuum Cleaners like Qu.nty..see at 351
(3203) 4:1, I. 15. 22 day erything. We would someone 322, Gainesville. N. W. 11th T.". or Phone FR
said to the DISCOUNT .
1att it County ASSOCIATES : to take up payments of 62380.
00: Alachua County Florida ,90 opportunity, with national
County Judge of CORPORATIONBY _16 per mo. Pn 3722051. .CAREER _
,' at Ms office In the court house ofsaid : H. L .JAMERSON Fishing Equipment organization. Young man FOX TERRIOR puppies I wks.
County at Gainesville. Florida CALL FOR BIDS Gainesville Fla. 8 Bair: Lifters Child Car 21 to 35. Ambitious and willingto old $15 I SM. No Sunday caHs.
*Ithln, six calendar months from the NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS (3204) 4:1NOTICE work. Salary and commission. Phone :376476.4.AMERICA's .
Vim of the first publication of this GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA Washing Machines Stock purchase plan for
L ,notice. Each; claim or demand shall.. be Sealed bids will be received by The OF A PUBLIC HEARINGThe TINY TOT permanent employees. C e isspony most .wanted dogs'
,]ft writing and shall'' state the place Board of Public Instruction of Alach City Plan Board will hold a Pub- car and leads furnished. minature Schnauzer puppies
rt residence- and post office address of ua County. Florida at the office of the I lic Hearing on April 16. 144 at 1:00P Heating Equipment PLAY SCHOOL: Retirement end group bene- _AKC registered. 372-7601.
Jhe claimant and shall be sworn to by Superintendent of Public Instruction in M. In the Auditorium of the Utilities : fits. No experience required.We SPRINGTIME Is time. & :
Ohe claimant his agent his attorney the School Administration Bull ding. Operations Center. 555 Southeast 5th Visit us and see for yourself. train you. Opportunity for Irsh Shepherd puppy A Amer.>
jwd any such claim or demand not so I Gainesville Florida, up to 3:00 o'clock 'Avenue Gainesville. Florida to consider Musical Instruments 24 SE Sth St. FR 4-7806. advancement to the right man. lean Shepherd puppies puppies. Call F R.
jtUd.shall be void. P.M.. E.S.T., Thursday April f. 19'". : Apply Singer Co., 216 W. Univ. 2 6032.
' .. tjV C. KfETER ,at which time and place all bids received 1. A request by C. A. Pound to rezone PLANNED program awaits your Ave. :

.>.s. .administrator of the Estate of will be publicly opened and from RE (Residential Estate) Camping Equipment &preschool JILL NURSERY youngster at SCHOOLMusic JACK ROUTE man wanted Eel beck Mill- 33 LOTS FOR SALE
-A* executor of the Last Will and I read aloud for furnishing all materialsand to BA-1 ( Business Automo- Ing Co. Call 376-4138.
I'Testament of labor and constructing the following tive, Restricted) the property described programs. educational
BESSIE LOVE SHAW, deceased.First school building protect In AJocnua as: fitm-strlps. 7.4-.H Mon.-Fri.i MANAGER trainee needed steady FOR SALE 1 acre land. Rainbow
' publication March It, 1t64 County; That part of SE. Vi of Section 30 Plumbing Equipment 1331 S.W. 13th St. FR -3M.. employment, fringe benefits age Lakes Estates selling for

rjl73 3.18 25i 4: 1.r I LIBRARYFOR Township SOuth. Range 20 East DAY care for children In home. 21 to SO. Apply Jacksons MIgif S2 95. Will sell for SZOOO easrtor "
pa :,. lying south of Baileys Branch east my Market 1234 NW 16th Ave. $909 end take ever pay.
Children'sPlythings NW sectIon All day or V* day.
HOWARD W. BISHOP JUNIOR HIGH of Hogtown Creek less rtght-ot ments. Phone 372-4645.
,COURT 01" THE COUNTY Big yard playground equipment.FR J. M FIELDS has opening fore
IN THl 13th, Street (U. S.
1 ways a-WI. gas station attendant. Applicants 4 NICE lots ,
JUDGE. FLORIDA Highway 441) and N. W. 23rtf Boulevard Electrical AppliancesDogs must be over 21 yrs. of 35th Ave
lust 4
blocks off
3 tn
.. IN PROBATE. Any bid received after the specified (Glen Springs' Road). Containing .LADY desires Ubynming In her age and have some previous! gas Ave. SJx W. Bargain' price
IN RE: ESTATE GP time and date will not be considered. 33 acres more or less of home from noon to II p.m.. station experience. Good starting Phone 6-6194.
% IDA MAE HENRY Such bid must be accompanied by approximately 1100 feet en Highway Cats Parakeets Reasonable rates call FR salary and fringe benefits. Excellent '
; 4 Decelsed. a certified check cashier's check er 441 and approximately 1470 6-0607. chance for advancement GWYNN OAKS, large lot. In beau,
To All Creditors and Parsons Having bid bond In the amount of five percent feet on N. W. 23rd Boulevard (Glen In for right man. Applicants apply to _tlfut wooded area. Call FR 6-7I2f.
claims or Demands Against Said EsI of the base bid as guarantee that Road.) WILL keep pro-school child
Springs my home for working mother. Mr. Goodman. J. M. Fields 149 3 ACRE wooded lot bordering West
tats: the bidder H awarded the contract This property b located at the N.W. 23rd Blvd.. Gainesville. Fla. HIlls
13th Flu 31U11LRELtABLE restricted. Phone 4732171after
2911 N. E. St.
of are hereby no- will within ten
You and each you consecutive calendar Northwest corner of the Intersection of 4 00 P.M.
tlfied and required to present any days after written notice being given Northwest 13th Street and 23rd Boule- sitter wishes to care OPPORTUNITY UNUMITED for : .
claims and demands which you. or el- of such award enter Into a written yard for Infants or small children In 2 ambitious men with vision.
C The ef you. may have against the est contract with The Board of Public Instruction 2. A request by Louis V. Voyles to her nome.' Reasonable, call FR Guaranteed salary fringe ben 34 Waterfront Property
- tate ef.IDA MA6 HENRY. deCelsed. of Alachua County. Florida. rezone from R2 (Multiple Family Re- Nothing will sell it faster *'3a97.cHILD. fits. age 30 to 50. This Is a career ..
j late of said County to the County II* accordance with the accepted bid ildentlalLew Density) to BR2 (Retail m position with management
I Judge of Alachu, County. Florid& at r nd give a contract surety bond satisfactory Business) the property described or Infant care. S10 week opportunity. Call. FR 21535 morn- WINFRED H. CRAWFORD
Ills office In the court house of said to said Board In an amount II: ty. Can pick vp and deliver. Ings._ Reg Broker, specaflzlng 14{
County at Galntsvllle Florida, within equal to one hundred per cent of the Lot 1. Coke's Court Subdivision as Phone 37-1"1. .REGISTERED lend surveys LAKE PROPERTIESACRE.,

ti w six calendar months .om the time of contract price. recorded In Plat Book C. Page IU WILL care for ch'ldren! bt my home wanted. Reply to box 390-A AGE. 3 miles No. of Metros*,
M first publication of this notice No bidder may withdraw His bidfor This property Is Ioc.ted.t the iVt days e wee<<. Nice play Gainesville Sun. GR 52911.BEAUTIFUL.._
.demand ,shall be Inw,1ThW'4 a period of thirty days after the of _
feh-cMnt-: Southwest comer ef Northwest 12th yard loads of toys. plenty
of late set for the opening Thereof ASSISTANT grill man wanted. lot on the Swwanne
the ,niece .
eheU state loving care. 37J4CT7Employment
,e4fke addresa: of All work shall be done In accordance Street and 5th Avenue. than theGAINESVILLE Good salary. Apply In person River at Rock Bluff. Call 376,
-arid- post to
X A Lester C Hodge
with' plans specifications and contract request by Wonderhouse Restaurant, 14 S. 6160.
"SitMWsnt. 'and shall' be sworn to by __
Residential Professional -
from RP ( -
documents relative thereto es prepared -rezone W. 1st 5t B-" n<* Scan
'iht-watmant.' agent Ws attomeY., by Moore and May. Architects ) to BA-1 (Business Automotive. 4 BEDROOM 2V bath lake home
= *vtd-rructr'< claim or demand not. 10 .Svine, Florida. Plane spKiflcalons Restricted) the property described as: 13-Help Male or Female mi. from courthouse, centef
'm.rri*1T >hai WAlX. and contract documents may be Lots 10 11. 12, 13. and 14 of Block fireplace/ In 26' square RVt 0
: WTLLIE DELFORD HENRY I examined at the office ef the Superintendent M. Oa* Park Subdivision as record iiFEMALE HELP WANTED room. Private channel and turn
: Ceclmlnlstr.tor of the Estlte I of public Instruction. Games- ed In Plat Book A Pace 17i Exp. secretaries salary openC.aihler.hodesa. around. Utmost In beautyend
-tlOD4 MAe HENRY, villa Florida or at the office of the architect This property Is located on the East DEMONSTRATORS' attractive --". "It 5-5439. .
eassdt In lnesvlJle. Florida. tide of Northwest 13th Street between BEAUTY White house< = ,Marc?. 2S. INI..win One set of plans and contract documents -21st and 22nd Avenues. SUN: Earn up to $5 per hour demonstrating Bookkeeper salary open 35 Houses for Sole *
1..1. ,15. : and forms for bidding may be 4. A request by W. P. RWgway Jo. famous' Studio Girl Exp. Waitress salary <. comnv ,
secured by general contractors only. rezone from R-lc (Single Family 'ResIfeotlal Cosmetics. Full or Part Time. Exp. mechanics
itOuRT-oP THE the depositing (ResidentialProfesslonI Phone 376-C36 after 6. Store trainee, til schl. grad. ie...
STATE OF FtO- from the efflce of architect by ) to Rf scM. .reeLTrM BEDROOM block house for .
trainee M .
therewith S10.00. The deposit I the property Described as: EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPH- foreman $2 hr. .2 Baths. Would Oke S50ft equity
RlDT1WROBATE.&MT2.ErTh..' st.tt of rom. general contractor will be refunded The North 280 feet of the South .40 .. ERS. Openings available at Auto surgeon salesman Exp and take up payments.. Call FR
submission bona fide S2S feet of the
upon a feet of the East and dictation 4520FOR.S.i.le
... Y FItR.EY WILLIAMSON 2t' Township Sperry. Typ ng Short order griU man _
bid and return ef said plans and contract Southwest \k of Section skills Starttegisalary
--Oteased.NOT1CEOF MAKE documents In good condition wimtn f SOuth. Range 20 East. based necessary.experience. Submit resume Insurance trainee $100 wk. by owner, 2 BR, bath
: INTENTION TO 'ten days.after date set for the open, This property lies on the West side : ADS In on confidence or telephone Route salesman. Levy fty. concrete block home on Hi
APJ3.ICATION FOR, fiNAL ing of bids. If the general contractors' of Northwest 6th Street between 25th : WANT 372-0411, Ext. 22S for CONNELL EMPLOY.1st Ave. corner lot. NW section. 1730 NW
,- DISCHARGED: Dr. U. S. oesire more than one set of such and 26th Avenues. appointment. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY 120 phone SE 376-1334: 35m" Terr. FR *777.
,'otkWs hereby given
plans and specification these may be by louise G.cscMft
5. A request EMPLOYER.
a. .GORDOM and RUTH WILLIAMSON obtained paying the cost of duplication 4 BR. 2 battwltb central Mata
by to rezone from RP (ResidentialProfes- FORDYCE ASSOCIATES. INC.
final 'potas
-. SINQ.AUt hays filed their Fin- which will not be refundable sional to BR2 (Retail Business) theM EARN up to $40 a week. Fun or lias opening for qualified Real air-condtttonJng. 4121 N.W. 15W
of the &ofi of aalley St. FR m.
-.ewton Subcontractors and material supp* property described .s: padtinsNe soliciting or coneet- Estate Broker or Salesman. Call
\U try --WlMamson. deceased that final they div\ era may purchase drawings and sped Lot and the West of lot Ing car neccessary. CaB FR eH61. or Contact Mr*. Grace S For- NEED SPACE? 3 beoreomai ......
.t\ne Wed their petition for flcations from the architect by paying Block 1. University Place as record .. dyce t26 West University Ave nty e* *ora4*. quiet
the .
wir-ov. th, t they win apply' to the cost of duplication at the rate, of n ed In Plat Book A. Page n ," experienced nue. 31..236 01' MA t-5IU. -> bor ood. 26ft NW 2nd 4V*.
TtonTaW. kiECRETARY wanted
it H. H. McDenald.Florida County. net cents per sheet foi'awIngs and S2JO Tills property Is Iocated.t the ; :: to using IBM typewrtferequipment. .Pft." _PRI 2-OP92. -.,
-or-Alechua County. CALL
u fer specifications plus MndilnglII'9fto
w t4 'Ssi.day of May. ,.*.. for apprevfUme per Northeast comer of Southwest 10th' . ; Must be able to use FURNiTUREUPHOLSTERY BR.: CCB ouM, tomtohed -erunfurnished
t _.I and for an order of distri3itad Bidders qualification must be saf- Street and 1st Avenue. .: hortnand efficiently. on beaut** Und*
( for final discharge' ; w exe- Isfactory The Board of Public: t" t A request by me abutting property patience absolutely necessary scaped Jot Furniture and noise
of:the 'estate of Bailey Finley structton of Alachwa County Florida. owners to close the alley tying between \ Write Box 376-A Gainesville Sun. .: ;. jbu iJoe: uHy t take ue srnWits. -

w. IJ4'i. deceased. The Board of Public Instruction of i lots I and recorded JofOforw In f*' COCKTAIL waitress must' be ov For top quality mrtnunsntp "i Si list St. Ppne

._ ; March 31, 194.OR Alachua County. Florida reserves theright Subdivision as 24. and 34 rt hi person ThirstyGatoTLSnoe can '... --, J72-W49 after 4 PJM. and *aJ|
74. and tots 23. .
I GORDON Informalities in bid i I A. page day Sunday.tO "It
to waive any 433 NW 13H. $I.
recorded 372-6142 1
': t.: THU.WILLIAMSON SINCLAIRAs and to accept any bid which" they consider S. J. Thomas Subdivision. as SALE, 1 room eider hflfce.
Exeeutorefthe estate of to be In the best public Interest hi Plat Book A. Page J ThIs alley Waitresses' Apply In penon GAINESVILLE 9
I a'-; < Me Nar" Naw&orne School.pJdisns0ts1 *5 i
Street to iOIbTerrace .
WILLIAM-, and all bids. runs from Northwest 10th 376-4672- Jerry's Restaurant %211W.
. ( 9. "" BAILEY FINLEY and to reject any UPHOLSTERY f. Real. Estate. 482jS2,
wHo deceased.MSUytoa
I UM K.W. ism St. :. .BRr
Wanning ARGAtMIat01J30
7. A request by the City A $ 3
Jormsto OF ; falseever
I .Amow Duncan. t Department to amend Section a and .0' : reliable semsIs Free EfIntItM-PJeX e* wdeUvery. c.* .acrecn _pet1.RreOIecb cersjjrj
.. COUNTY, FLORIDA ; responwb .
P.O1es-26 housekeeping! ,-
I MANNING. JR. Section 12.1 a. Article IV. Ordinance S -. .* tj. eorneinotr 16t e mo. ttOINW
BYj E. O. children.
< two
FlorIdaAN&neys.for ef
: !
t '.G.lnssvlUi. tries end care .
> -_ ion : v .. 14m Ave.I'R ZVK3.Wednesday .
Executors J Secretary i ; ? Phone f R 2-2S49 after ':00 BJO. :: ,
(JUt) 3.1*, 25* 4.1 (3201) 4.1 ,- -- .
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I 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sale

Printed Pattern I Shadow Lawn Estates

; CLASSIFICATION INDEX I UNFURNISHED CCB house for McKINNEY FOR only $450 down $91.27 per I NW SECTION for sale or rent 3 Custom-built homes that look
4 BEDROOM, 2 bath home wttfe sale. 3 BR. 1 bath. cent. heat. month payments. you can Quality and 4 bedroom. 2 bath CCB custom-built. U you are tiredof
heated pool NW section lust out built-in oven & range. Locatedon GREEN for 4 BR. 2 bath home. 1806 home. City water. lights and borne wits that sub-dirt
.s :'ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE of City. 23000. Phone FR 2-5689. paved street. Nice yard. DEATON NW 38th Terr. Will paint Inside sewers. Shown by appointment. sioa look. see

.. ) OVER 1/400 Ft. plus carport and Phone 376-0880 between 5 PM. 8c completely. For appt. Phone FR 2-3826. F. D. Oiv! ( '1 IB )Iemortm1C&tddTbaflkI llWantcdtiEsv I porch. 3 BR. and study. 1-Vi and 7:30 PJM. week-days and REALTORS to see call 3720481. FOR SALE OWNER. For Ph. FB t-0864

fc X n4 83 Machinery Tools bath attic fan. built In drawers week-ends. :3 BR. 2Vi baths. 25x25 family family I VI.z home economist I West OB NW S9th AT*, past
Inoaau.e. 63 Building Materials vanity, and storage galore 80- ,, Your designed home. Formal living the Glen Springs Intersootton. .
10 :.< 4 Serritet = WIMBERLY ESTATES.Just breaking __ OpportunityTo room Ig. living mru enclosedgarage .
Information SI uehld Goods X140. Convenient to Metcalf central heat room separate dining room"built See sign on left.
t Travel & air
r on new imaginative I cond.
CS Bishop Parochial Schools. $80 ItI own a 3 B. R. 1 bath home In in kitchen with pantry.
1 SpeeUl N.tI..sI Antiques is the time to buy Lot beautifully landscaped. 3468
f Now
homell ,
FR 6-2775. I the N. W. area. Has Irving Carpeted Fla. rm. & hall 3
3 Florist M atlse. For Sale Mo. VJk. fA percent. under contract & choose duor NW 12th Ave. Call FR 2-4511 for BR,
room with fireplace din ing 2 full tile baths. Locatedon
x S Baby Sitten. Child Can n TradIng Fasts thru out. Uoyd D. Myrick Bldr. appointment.BY .
screened porch. All this Shady lot
room near new Country
.. 6* Article.
5 IMMEDIATEOccupancy
ff Places T. G. And FR 2-5689.
for a down payment of $40000 Club elem. school Med. Center -
SI Fad 00 Wods THE OWNER in
TUaf T. 8e.AJTOMOTIVE. end of Idylewilde 2 8. Univ. Price $18,900. Call
: monthly charges only FOR SALE NEW HOME
.. :
Beats Marine BR, CCB house tile bath
Equip.TlCamp.Dunt.Isb 3 BEDROOM. 2 bath home sep $88.00 which Includes taxes and fam- 3722371 for appt.HAZEL .
arate dining room. Take advantage interest. Act quickly Call Fr. ily room. Call 372-800 after No Down Payment
gales-BeotaU 72 Office Equipment of owner's having to 2-3617. 5:30 P.M. HEIGHTS
ft Alrplano
73 Musical Merchandise MOVE INTO YOUR OWN move & have spacious rooms
C TI MobDo Domei for Stie = OPEN HOUSE. Set 3 bedrooms 2 tile baths. central
& wardrobes In new home area Sunday. Apr. 19_ our 4-bedroom and 3-bed-
s-IS Tracks for Sal. MODERN HOME ON NorthwestSEE heat General Elec. kit
among young executives. 19. Cherokee model. designed & engineered room. 2-bath CCB homes with
*" Track Wanted REALESTATEFORSALE I RENTAL BASIS BEFORE 000. FR 2-5689. by U. S. Steel Corp.. buiit-in electric stove and oven.Central chen. Payments $111 per mo.
;. this beautiful three bed-
sa Tractors *Track Rentals YOUR LOAN CLOSES. Homes Division. 2100 sq. ft. 3 heat, city utilities. I
,*i Trailer Rentals room MASONRY HOME BR. 2 air FR 2-9569
bath. cond., brick Wired for television and tele-
33 Lots for Sal I IU Priced from to $18,150 oak I
$12,750 floors. Spacious living
/ft Motorcycles FORDYCEREALTOR veneer. 2 car garage. 1801 NW phone. Large yards completely
... Waterfront Property NO MONEY DOWN VA room and Florida room- Fireplace 36th Dr.
Amtomobllo Bepalrs Alachua Homes, Inc. grassed. Hazel Heights Is in
C U AmUmobiles for BaSe U Denies For Sale E pay only $100 closing In Living room- Central Phone 372-0421. the city limits. Equipped with
.U Swap CarsEDUCATINAL J' Cettacei Per Sale 5 Best terms FHA heatKitchen fully equipped- sewer lines close to bus stop.
Free lifetime Swim Club Mem- Double Comer lot 182'
,. 37 Real Estate Enhanced carport- low down payment. conventional
38 Beat Estate Wanted bership. Walk to Schools. x 1ST 24500. Good financ J. W.Kirkpatrick loans. Located on North- HOMES

>lt Schools Instruction 39 Ont of Town Property I HUGH EDWARDS, ing. Call FR. 2-3617. west 39th Ave.. West of 13th Built to your plans. and sped
40 Business Properties == St. Shown by appointment,
fications. Built anywhere In
C rl Mule Wanted, -Dasclar.XO InstrmctiM"EMPLOYMENT 41 43 Residential Farms Aereaf Income INC. Roman PatioYes. J. J. FinleyWE phone FR 2-3826. Alachua County.TOMMY '

43 Colored Property Rentals a N.E. 16th Ave. & 15th St. this lovely home has a Roman have lust listed an attractive $300 DOWN RIDGELL
4 B. bath home
R. 2 with Fla.
43-1 Colored Property Sales g 372-1551 Inspired patio. Truly a hometo EASY commuting distance of -
'17 Work Wanted MaloSi be proud of. Four master sizj room in a much desired and Gainesville. Pleasant three bed- BUILDERS .

Work Wanted Female RENTALS bedrooms. two glamorous bath, ; 4 well blocks located of the area.School Within and 3 the or room home. In Immaculate $300 DOWN will buy this attractive Call FR 2-4125
"14 Bales Help Wanted E YOUNG long living room with handsome Univ. Fireplace Beautiful condition with 12V* acres. $ &- 3 bedroom masonry home. I i
*>1S Help-Mai. .r FemaloU 41 Cottages For Kent E fireplace large family shaded lot-2 window A.c's 500 and owners will carry irs vacar.t so you can move rightIn. 1 I
.. Hal. Help WanU4Dramatio 45 Furnished Apts. room opening on t err a c % Nearly new Deluxe gas range the mortgage. NO QUALIFYING NECES-
41 Unfurnished Apt*. ;_ AMERICA a kitchen to delight the heart of with rotissiere Large Kitchen ONLY $15,000.00 for this lovely SARYI ,
'li Fcmilo Help WoW 47 Reuses for Bent Fan. any woman. $31,710 with $2,000 Carpeting In L. R. and DInIng three bedroom, two bath home
down and balance to be arranged. In the NW section. Large family SPACIOUS 3 bedroom. 2 bath
You should
48 this
Home for Bent- Unfnro.4f area- see !
FARMS & LIVESTOCK Roomk for Bent HOMESPRESENTS Consult Fordyce & Associates fine property before you buy room, beautiful lot and home on large corner lot. Family -'I! WATCH FOR.. .
'2. F&rm Equipment 60 Hotel Booms Inc. 376-1236. Reasonably priced. Don't paved street are lust someof room utility room. terrazzo IMPORTANTANNOUNCEMENT
.tf Feed FertilIzer 81 Misc. Rentals wait Call FR. 23417.ASSOCIATES the features. floors. built In oven and range
Architect 9490 LAKE ROSA Comfortable. modern central heating system and car
18' Livestock Supplies S1A Wanted T* Bent NEW BRICK
masonry three bedroom. port. A C A,NT. OWNER Cooperative apartments to
>'I' Landscaping Top Son S3 Boarders Wanted designed. accounts for the beautyIn WAIST J. Fred Guy Virginia Power year round lake home. Just Dl'OV! SELLI J I be built in Gainesville. For_
.10 Pets Supplies 63 Offleo Desk Space MODELSOPEN this three bedroom two bath .4U34in Col. J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire reduced to 18000.00 now Information call FR 42921or
,U Livestock WantedFINANCIAL 61 Business Rentals 10 Til Dark centraUY heated and air-condi Jayne Butterworth vacant and ready for your DUPLEX. Near the University : write:
a.m. tImed home. Large living room occupancy. 2 bedroom
P. 0. Box
: SERVICE FEATURES : with fireplace. spacious Florida GLADYS SMITH HAVE YOU SEEN RIDGEWOOD? chen equipment afcrusONr! I
)M neatness Opportenltlei 23 Special Servteei room. Completely built In, electric This beautiful new subdivision $14,800. OWNER WILL Fl- Gainesville Flo.
87 MoneT to Loan 23 Home Improvement Fireplaces kitchen with stainless steel Newberry Road: Quality home lust east of Westwood School NANCEI University Park
:18 Merigagel 21 Eadlo A TV Service = Screened porches countertops. First time offered. complete In every detail. Excel. offers lovely lots. all Improved -
i fit Honey Wanted U Appliance Frnmttw Custom kitchen cabinets Located near J. J. Finley School. lent construction. Large lot with at reasonableprices. I
I Oversized bathroomsPlus $33,500.00. Consult Fordyce & many trees and shrubs. Three John Merrill Apts.
plllllll-lUWlI-mm-lIIl111l1111\11111\ ; 11b. many other custom Associates, Inc., :3761236.Genteel bedrooms. two tile baths. Extra
features large Florida Room. Carpeted J. W. KIRKPATRICK Realtor

35 Houses for Solo 35 Houses for SoleIF VA & FHA LivingIs living room with fireplace. Complete Realtor
built-in kitchen. Hardwood Member of Multiple Listing MULTIPLE LISTING
descriptive of the life you will r c,1W6ci. floors. 2" well. The Owner has 31 N. Main St. Phone 372-8404 Phone 372-1494
this attractive two bed- reduced the price and wants to ASSOCIATES
lead :
2404 SE. 13th St. $350 doWn. $65 you plan to build ana would TERMSWalking -
Centrally heated SELL. Call 372-5393 for -
room home. an appointment Floye Mathlasen Irene Bunnell MARCELLA PARDI
like custom built home
monthly. $10,400 balance. 3 BR. a by ex-
and beautifully appointed. plan- to see this fine bar. Capt. A. W. Reece. USN. Ret. W. H. BUCKHANNAN
CCB." .built-in, range. auto. heat perlenced builders that have distance to elementary ned for economical living. This Fashion's favorite skirt bold gain In a home. WHAT'SBACK
patio.Mo closing costs. Phone the time to discuss plans with & Jr. High Schools Shopping & home can be handled with a pocketed and back-wrapped Whip I .
... call ask for Gene
3n-39 or 372-1785. you. 372-2527 small down payment Of $300.00 It up swiftly In tweed. flannel denim Black Acres Contemporary home
Paramore. We have availableour
I of only to team with built to last. Excellent In all de
3 BR 2 bath house. $300 down 80 plans to choose from. Churches.YOUNG and monthly payments and Inter- poplin tops ga TO BETTER SERVE YOUWe
i $73.00 Including tax lore. tails. Easy to heat and cool.
and VA Call be '
assume Complete financing can explained
est. Total price $1X30000..CM- Printed Pattern 9490 Large living area with fireplaceand
372-1815 after 5 PM.N to you right In your own & ASSOCIATES Misses' Waist Sizes 24, 26, overlooking a secluded
home. For appointment call. suit FORDYCE 25. gar Need To Know These Answers.Do .

.baths.E. 11th CCB Dr.horn(3003)air-conditioner.. 4 BR. TV4 THE JAMES CO. AMERICA INC.. 376-1236. 28 yards, 30.39-inch 32. Size fabric.28 requires V/ den.breakfast B e aut room.I ful Three kitchen'with extra You Wont to BUY or SELL Acreage, of the

Tappan electric rang. & central Of Gainesville Inc. Cathedral FIFTY CENTS In coins for this large bedrooms two tile baths. a lot. home or business property
heat. Low down Dayment. Builders. of Klngsberry HomesPh. HOMES pattern add 15 cents for each Good financing either conventional Tell us what price range. size amount of down payment
Monthly payments of $89.16. Call 372-2527. nltes 3727401. ceilings In this lovely home. it is pattern for first-class mailing and or FHA. Let us show you and
377-1OO.after 5 & weekends. NW 34th & 7th Avenue truly one to cherish. Four bedrooms special handling. Send to Marian this modern hem today. Phone monthly payment. GROWING
ANGlEWOOD by owner 3 BR, 2 i two baths large living Martin (Gainesville Sun). Pattern 372-5393 for an appointment. Let us help you with your real estate problems.
3 AND 4 Bedroom homes. On bath, Price $17,800. $800 down. Phone 372-7070 room fenced patio modem kit. Dept.. 232 West 18th St., New
Acre lots. Co out NW 16th Avenue Call 372-2727. chen. with built In stove and York 11. N. Y. Print plainly GLADYS SMITH, REALTOR DAN BYRD ASSOCIATES INC -
to 43rd St. Intersection turn oven. s e pa r ate dining room. NAME, ADDRESS with ZONE, MULTIPLE LISTING DEMANDfor
right. go approximately I mile 3 BR. 1 bath, 3 blocks Little FREDARNOLD large utility storage. double carport SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. ASSOCIATES
wood school. : 825 N.W. 13th St. Dial FR 2-2511 Day or Night
refrig. car
sea sign on left. this lovely home resting In YOUR FREE PATTERN IS Ben Griffin Dan Sheldon
T, D. ZETROUER. BUILDER pet $500 down $95 mo. No a beautifully landscaped yard. READY-choose It from 250 desIgn Caroline Noyes Florence Burns Jack DeYot-Realtor. -
-. FR 0-3848. closing cost $12,800 total. FR Priced at $27,500 and you name Ideas in new SPRINGSUMMER 1228 W. University 372-5393 Associates
2-6060. 528 NW 34th Terr. :
your terms. CONSULT FOR- Pattern Catalog lust outl!

: A; HOME for Florida. Lg. open DYCE & ASSOCIATES INC- Dresses sportswear coats morel Walter Steddard E. E. Holloway. Christine Stone

i. STORYRED living area 'with walnut paneling 376-1236. Send 50 cents now. E. C. "CURLY" Member MultiplejJJVER5ffy 'Listing BUTLERBROS.
built-in planters. 24 ft.
sliding glass doors opening onto REALTORCountry Colonialhome
BRICK enclosed covered patio. 3 BR. i 35 Houses for Sole ,
2 baths central 1 air-condition. I with traditional charmso Homes. Lot*. Income. Business -
Ing and heating, eat-In kitchen beautiful with lovely trees and and Lake Property. .
with built-in dishwasher : shrubs abounding. Only $$22,500
oak clove Living Farms and Acreage.E. .
Fireplace strip floors-
and disposal. Close to tchools. of a kind located In finest
: one CA'REFULIProtect "CURLY** KUEHN. Jr.
very targe kitchen with built 522.000. 922 NW 36th Terrace. I IVi Acres good two-story modernized N.W. neighborhood. Con suit
In appliances rear screened Week days after 5. FR 4-4945. home 2Vi Inside baths 2 FORD YCE & ASSOCIATES.INC. 638 N. MAIN ST. HOMES?
porch _can be converted Into big sheds. Everything big but ., 376-1236. FR 6-2032 Broker FR 6-6544 A I
Fla.. room-rear patio for Prlv. WESTWOOD LITTLEWOOD the price. Only 10000. Call 2- ,, N'h I
acy. 1. very large bedrooms. 2bat Walking distance to schools. 3 3522, yourinvestment ; 6' EAlACHUA : :
!\$. Floored upstairs and BR. 2 baths home in Skyline Btwtl8ItnttItI1nI8uIililhii11tlltIIttwtlthiuiiiiii' !!! : : :, Locationand
ready to convert Into 4th and Heights. Study, hardwood floors. FORDYCE I
5th bedroom or..I..toIf! as* J rUim-ln rangeS oven. Cent City Living '. I
needed. LIKE NEW Inside heat. Shaded back yard. Call Three bedrooms 2 baths on Don't buy 8 new 3 or 4 bedroom Norwood.Hope 'I
LIKE OLD yard and landscaping 376-0862. i paved street. Family comfort at AssociatesInc. One Bath house. Hugh I
.i Frankly we wonder If FHA economical price. Owner trans Edwards Inc. .recognized the Na- n
did not make a mistake when NEW 3 bedroom. CCB. $8,995 ferred Immediate occupancy tional Trend away from the one .
they valued this property at only $450 down. $65- month. Phone available. Drive by 515 NE 12th bath home In 1963. Hugh Edwards i QualityWhen
$17,500. with lust ShOOt down Day 495-2441. Night FR 6-4311. Court. We have the key. no longer builds I bath "H" I Inc.

incloding closing costs. 'You 1311 N. E. 20th PL By owner 3 REAL ESTATE EXCHANGERS homes. == EE ,
may drive past 434 NE 10th BR. Fla. rm; patio; $77.14 mo. Northwest MULTIPLE LISTING .. I We Trade HomesOrPrOPertYg:: It Comes To
Ave' for Idea of the value obsolete
an They are '
VA loan air-cond. & appl. REALTORS
thwj call FR 6-2472 for. an ap- tlonal. Make offer FR 22341.op. Large wooded lot. central heat. 2 Grace S. Fordyce Mary MoellerE. Choose a modem Hugh Ed- .1. PAROOIAl SGtOot..2 MI I
Inside (It looks YOU'llenloy LOCATION
polnpnent to set baths. Lots of charm, good W. Moeller Harvey Benton wards TWO BATH home.
even better). READY FOR OCCUPANCYOWNER neighbors $17,400 with terms. 926 West University Avenue your two bath more and :: -= ,_::oij.P .
Warner W. Weseman-ReaRor TRANSFERRED 4 bedroom Ask also about the two storyat 376-1236 get more resale for your aIIBIIBIII
1113 N. Main St. one with private entrance ,$17.000 with only $700 down. home. Homes priced from $13.- g'nmiiIWII 1IJnmmDImIllIIllIlIDlUIJ 5 I & QUALITY

NO DOWN PAYMENT 3 BR.. 2 2 bath huge family room extra I'M LONESOMEIs 650. ; The following are ready for =
bath. Central heat central air storage room. paved street LittlewoodNeed J I occupancy. R A safooL130i1.v We Have Only
cond. Northwest. $19,000. Call over 2000 sq.: ft. living space. the sad cry of these empty V A, no money down pay only 1 I
374-2927.. Priced to sell at 21000. 3 bedrooms. 8 two Florida Room on paved ftlng about It. Take another look down. no closing cost. = i THE CREAM
i 4 BR. 2 bath. $300 dn. $107 i ii 23
Bath central heat with firsplace i per mOo
less If assumes present
5 home- buyer
ROAD acre

$15.900. NW 47th Terrace. Price sites financing available. 2141 3-2 N.W.Outside 49th City TERR.$16. 00 11021 i NW 40th Dr. IISHOPPJIIG mntRa .

CHEAPER THAN RENT: 3-BR ALACHUA REALTYAssociates I loan.ARNOLD 3659 N.W. 16th AVE. M.E. 16th Ave. and 15th -5?. 82 i 3 BR IV* bath, $400 dn. $99.50 i ii 3 I I
1-bath. SE 46th Terr. $9.500.
NEW A. Lot $25,000 i per mOo E3
Payments $65 per mOo I
316 N.E. 44th STREET II
2-BR$45 j-bath SE 46th Terr. $6,500. Arie Member T. 'Smith Multiple, Broker Listing I 3-1 Small D.P. $10,000 I 1442 NE 16th PI. .
mo. '
And also some trade-to Houses. Mabel L. Gore Associate REALTY COMPANY 607 N.W. 19th AVE. i :1 BR, IV. bath $400 down 23$2Vlperma.
635 N.e. 1st St. Phone 376-2448' Multiple Listing Member 3-2 A BEAUTY $17,500 f IIlSP. 8
Call I FR 67466.I 1219 W. Univ. Ave. 372-3522 3525 N.W. 7th PLACE i Qi nt

BEDROOM Florida room. living $60 A MONTH. New 2 BR. CB Associates: Pete Sieg 3-2 Ocala Blk. $19.100 i _
-: room, dinette. carport. home. terrazzo floor Ig. lot. low Jane Caldwell Wayne Mason 3669 N.W. 16th AVE. 4527 & 4617 SE 1st PI.23
Fenced In tack yard. Sacrifice. down payment. See at 222 S.E. Jim Sheppard F. W. Hodge NEW 3-2 Vi A. lot $23,500 4518 & 4608 SE 2nd P1.
F ,6-5023. 1112 N. E. 19th PL 20th St. 372-4092. Charlie Mayo Bob Kalkman 3 BR. 1 bath $500 d u $68 i

-------- MASON MANOR Just listed = per mo. j PALM VIEW
UNIVERSITYREALTY very neat 4 bedroom,. 2 .bath && 31I
-: FUN IN THE home. Large living room. Central !218 SE 39th St. i I ESTATES

heat and air conditioning. = :3 BR. 1 bath $350 down $67 5 NW 39th Terr. &
Beautiful lot with lovely fencedIn i per mOo 'E
back yard. A perfect house I
NW 16th Ave.
1115 N. Main St. Ph. 372-4351
W. M. Munroe. Realtor for to a Elementary growing family.and Ju Convenient n lor- 1303 & 313 SE 38th St. I : $16,000 to $20,950
Ass: S. E. McLaughlin Frank High Schools. i 304 & 314 SE 39th St. ."TOWI : 5.i '
Roby Roy McCann T. C Douglas = /
I =i 3 BR, 1 bath $500 dn. $64
Jr.REDFRANKS and we have the perfect = 1 1I
Florida house to make summer 23 uIwh1IIIMIdmmrnImfflh1llImma'=.... soso I FERN WOOD
and winter delight. Three bedrooms so
REALESTATEA 2 baths living room with 23 i The following are under con- i MANOR
SUNOUTDOOR fireplace and wall to wall car 23! struction and will be ready 23 ; NW 39th St. &
pet. Family room. screened 23 for occupancy soon.IS .
:j NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA BIG WHITE COLUMNED porch central teat and air conditioning I = 13th PI.
PORCH graces the front of this plus lovely fenced in i 3225 NW 29th Ave.
... modern home situated on wood back yard with swimming pool $12,250 to $1&QOOWESTMORLAND
14 BR. 2 bath. $850 dn. $112 sosopermo.
hill lot In desirable North 23
BOATS & MOTORS RECREATIONTRANSISTOR ed top and shuffle board court. I I
2 luxurbus i
... west. 3 large bedrooms -
I modern kite hen
baths FINLEY AREA We have two
WHO V.OULD LIKE THE 70th RADIOS with built in range & oven lovely 4 bedroom homes. Walk I 13224 NW 29th Ave.I .
HUNTER Fiberglass. Fishing I 14' Lone Star 'Big Fish aluminum. From $12.95 to $89.95. dishwasher. Spacious step-down ing distance to J. J. Finley and = 1 BR. 2 bath $750 dn.. JIM so
1 Biat Introduced by FRANK boat with 1962 S RP. Johnson AM-FM Shortwave Itvlngroom separate din I ng built on nice wooded lots. Both: E! per mo
PHILPOTTT outboard motor and 14* Black's Audio room, Florida room with sliding I owners have left town. so both I ESTATES *. :
14 HUNTER Boat ...... $295.00 Barrentine trailer (best trailer 229 W. Univ. Ave. 372-0440. glass doors to patio. Luxurious are waiting for nice large families 3236 NW 29th Ave.
I 14f MURRAY TUt Trailer $142.95 In town) for only $525. To put wall to wall carpeting, central for immediate occupency. is Addition No. Z
/ *M EVINRUDE It HP motor you where the fish are.BAIRD'S heat & air conditioning for year 3 BR. 2 bath $700 dn. $91pernna.
...... Call for
M ........................... $325.00Total MARINE CENTER 19Olympic Chase lounges Mower............ $2995$7.99 round comfort. REALISTICALLY -i botn homes.complete.information.on NW 39th Dr. '&

Retail Lbt .. $762.9 601 S. Main ,FR 24531 Goodyear Service Stores PRICED at $23,000. Call 376- NW 8th Ave.: -
........h...?.......... $675.00. ir Plywood fishing beets 72T N. Main 372-3537. University and convenient near to J. I NW 30th Avc. Highland Court Manor: $20,000 to $30,000All -

t34 147 MURRAY HUNTER TUt tT.lir WJ.: $ JO BUILDING We have JUST LISTED J. Finley. This lovely home has 1 4 BR 2 bath, $650 dn $91
nice lot In Northwest sec with'
THE TACKLE BOX e a large living room == I
# LIst 01 Classifications to choose per mOo
U .EVINRUDE..10 H.P. motor "The Heart Of East Gahnesvillv'check from tion on paved street with' all large dining room three \ -
$225.00&ORT with' CharlieFR city conve lences avalla le. bedrooms 2 baths. Florida i CONVENIENCE
CENTER SPECIAL Trees. $1000. Call 376-0817. Large wood 3236 & 3224
plus a study. '
,. M..................... $595.00 2-1791. Skiing Fishing Swimming-Diving.EQUl lMftL ed room lot. NW 30th Ave. City Services -
EASY TERMS OR CENTRAL ir Lone Star "Little Fish- BUDGET MINDED? Try this neat .
Safety Items. 3 B R. 2 bath. $600 dn. $M 23 --
CHARGE aluminum boat with 1964 3 H.P. Golfing Equipment. 3 bedroom 2 bath CCB home located JUST LISTED Lovely contemporary -
FRANK PHILPOTT'S Johnson twin outboard motor. Tennis Equipment. on pine shaded landscap. home In Gwym Oaks. = permo. Highland! Court Manor's location is hard to beat for con-
1"_ SPORTS CENTER Only $349 To put you where the Baseball EQUIpment ed lot where the azaleas are Four bedrooms. 2 baths living venience. And H.CAA. homes are hard to beat for j Monthly Payment
fish are.BAIRD'S. blooming. Only $400 down & with lovely and 3330 & 3320
room fireplace
WWner* Quality Sells Itself Where to Fish. at reasonable Why not : From $74.38
quality a price. see our
many t
MARINE CENTER $89.50 IncL tax. wall
Plus appx. per mo. wall to carpet. Separate 23 NW 30th Ave.
., I more.
many many
20 N.W. 14th Ave.
FR SOH or FR 4-4893 Ml S. Main FR 2531 es & Ins. Convenient location. dining room, family room love- 3 BR 1 bath $559 dn, $79.50 so models today after work? They're priced from $12,500 I ._, -
Call 376-0817. ly screened In patio-built -inkitchen. all VA and FHA standards.See
constructed .
Mon. Thru FrL 5-6 pjn. SaL 9-4 Lovely large woodedlot. g per mo. to $17,250 to I ----- -

jun.iin. SWIMMING POOLS NEAR WOOD LITTLEWOODW SCHOOLS Modern E ST-3 Shown by appointment only. E :IIb'uill,. Si them today. I Min. Down-FHA
ADVERTISE IX THE bedroom 2 bath central heat. f\ VA
: FOR RENT124SE7thSt. Nothing Down -
built In kitchen. Large lot. I
Want Ads terms. Call 3760817.REDFRANKS mE 1('
Enjoy 8 dean and healthy pooL SERVICE DIRECTORY 3BR.IBatII '
*. Master Pool Service Inc.
Get Results Supplies & Monthly cleaning' Claude M. -RexT REALESTATE Franks. Realtor 1 Year Lease. $100 per Mo. I SALES OFFICE- -

ervlce. I Myrtle Lasslter Associate ; II NW 39th Ter;. 6-
FR 2-5343 6-0060 2-3171 'we'.zrnwi
"Bar Associate
W. E. Harris
7 N.E. 1st Street Phone 376-0817 & Associates I NW 16th Ave.
Complete Real Estate Service ,

MR. MERCHANT: To place your ad in the Member MULTIPLE LISTING Inc. so 5 OPEN SEEING FOR YOU ANYTIME TO ENJOY IF- Sales Office Located at N.E. 23rd Blvd. Nights Tel. FR and 2-9545-or HolidaysFR >>

uity. $77.50 M .. Includes taxes MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTING m 1123 5.E. 4th STREET 1- 6-9048
the 372-3471
Fun in Sun section PHONE 372-8441 end Insurance. 3 BR. Tile bath.' H. Wayne Kin Helen Graham FR 6-5301 or FR 6-mt and 11th Terr. Phone

Built In kitchen. Come by 1318 Carolyn Gardenshire Mary Parrisft I = I I
N. E. 20th Place. 37 -21t2. 19 NE. First St. TeL 372-5375 -'"

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Wednesday. ADM! I. 1964 9 .

Furnished 'ph. 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. 52 Boarders Wanted 66 Misc. For Sal 72 Office; !quipm.fttGAINESVILlE'S --.---- .
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28R. 1 Bam unfurn.: at 1421N. WOULD like to board" elderly REPAIRS r RAMBLER
air conditioned
I FOR ,Sale apartment.. New W. 13th St. $80 mo. Call Un- best In food best In care. KENMORE electric range 40" largest volume of. '
home Q : iversity Realty 372-4351. no bed patients. Reply to box wide. auto oven warming flee supply deader. Chesiwr SPRING AUTO TUNE-UP _
Estates. t 111.Manor 1214 Apts.S.W.$115.2nd 384 A in care of Gainesville compartment $25. Phone 3778IS .. Office Equipment Co. Invites you Your car's pep power show i TRADE-INS j If IfI

St 2 10. from campus. Occu FOR RENT 3 BR. 2 bath built-in Sun. to come in and shop. or call for up with a tune-up at BROWN'S I MUST
Rm. a\ ARE
February 25. kitchen; corner lot. 2 b.ks. from free delivery. Chesnufa Office SERVICE CENTER. Guaranteed CLEANER
Central ,Meicalfe School ft |Ir. high. 1943 54 Business Rentals BABY bed stroller, car bed. Ex- Equipment Co. 106 w. Unlv. recapping .. wheel alignment.

yards cluding, SIDEGARDEN NE 15th Terr. $125 per month. I cellent NW 36ttl quality Ave. FR& condition.6-36Ot. 1115. Ave. In Downtown Gainesville. ,,_lot N. Main. FR 4 310, I BETTER CARS !

U Call 372-5738. WAREHOUSE space tor rent. Located TAX I I :
of F TIME Adding machines and
_I $22,700. 3 BR. masonry home with gu at 620 S. Main St. Call(I MATCHING chest $22 dresser calculators. New and used. Park 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE II
Immediate $85 JOHN MERRILl.. Realtor. FR $20. Firm double bed $30 Se. e."s Complete GO
range per mo. John Merrill. Office Outfitters.
21494.OFFICE 63
1C27 NW Realtor 372-1494. I I ly twin $30 trunk $2JO now The only authorized Olivetti ASTON Martin sport RAMBLER .

-- Brothers month space tor rent. Univ. stove. FR 6-0410. Underwood Agent In Gainesville. 33.000 mL excellent coupe cond1tlof-1957. 4-dr '66V Cross Country station I. I II'

night. per up FORDYCE Ave. & Main St. 2nd floor Soc GOLF CLUBS bag cart guns. _Pn. 372601 W. Univ. Ave. _Colt Mr. Sherred FR 6-2472. wagon, .ult traisi
Finest Several lovely homes available per sq. foot. John Merrill Real TV. hand tools adding ma- CHEVY, Mater rlni
38 Real a r this time.FORDYCE tors. 372-1494. I chine typewriter. calculator 73 Musical 'MerchandiseOGAH W3 excellent eonil I seals. 9,000 actual Ines.
new brake In tile
unfurnished 2
A' and or J bedroom ASSOCIATES INC Make offer. Phone 312-5934- covers good'tires. new seat $2495 ln days at :
apart '
924 W. Univ. Ave. 374-1234 AIR CONDITIONED an exceptional I'
NE fth St. Phone 316- NEARLY! new modern office er UNDERWOOD elee. typewriter. SALEOf car..For a good buy. nil some price III I
AVAILABLE April livh. at 201 location at 3733 West Univ. Ave. I excellent cond. $175 1957 Chev. 376-9931 after 4 pjw. an day
X or 3 NW 10th St. 3 BR, 1 bath $75 Ph. FR e-2472. Weseman Realty. I V* ton pick-up excellent cond. .6i.41 Le.t overs. Anew Sat. 1. 5sn i I
family 2 BR apt. clean. mo. Call FR 4-5148 or FR 4- 1113 N. Main St. 595. Call 3764887. organs. Savings up to 30 CORVAIR Monza. '43, I 63 Rambler I "CHE Impala 4-dr hard
per cent. .
en must painted._ Orkln treated n. ElrI" Piano Co. I wtl1l ,
with radio top powr steering brakes I -
heat Water turn. Phone 2 OFFICE spaces for rent :2 MAYTAG wringer type washer 7C2 W. Univ. Ave. 372-2222 wall tires. 8,000 boater sIde CISsl 4r '460. V. 343 HP motor .,
actual lutolt
2 BEDROOM unfurnished brick rooms Ideal for front I $35. Call 442-1678 Alachua. miles. automatc radio
right with office 1 priced
ment. houses. $90 per mo. 20 N. E. room with back; entrance. WIll HEATHKIT F.M. tuner. Good sen- Assume Payments small equi er, cOiti and out.hlt wholesale a, only bl'
2nd Avenue. Phone FR 2-4065. LOVELY mink .cape collar make sltivity good performance. 135. ty. Will consider older car for :
rate. 1 Br. separately or all together .7
Gainesville duplex Phone 3764009. equity. Call I
offer. 42 sm. washer runs owner at 372-1441. $2395 I
SB lit Ave. Cat 3 BR, 1 baths central heat Call 374-1480 or come see be- tectty $40. baby bathlnett, per. __ext. 33. .., weekdays. I CHE Impale ."
H DUPLEX excellent
lot silo a month. 1943 NEt 15th St. tween C AM. and 5 PM. week cond. WALNUT Spiiwt! prize winner. real d"j _
$10 FR 2-1783.
price and days. 424 N. Main St. Save CHEVY 1957 station r GOln!
McKinney Green Inc. FR 2- S200. Early American Ma wagon. V.a. at the of _g_r$7o
In care water turn. 3505 3417. 3. STORES FOR RENT on South J U I C ER,, .11 metal excellent ple. Was $795, Now 595. excellent cond. new tires! I .
Best "
St. S3S mo. Call cond.. used t EARL'S PIANO CO.. 1025 W. otter. Phone m-uu. or
per Main. Phone yr. Orlg. price 62 RAMBLERAmbassador
FR 4-4784
or Bel-Air ,.
39 Out Green Inc. 372-3417.: 3 BR home with 814 acres of landJoe.ted nIL $138. Will set for $45. See at _Univ. Ave.UPRIGHT F R556.. "CHEV. blue its .
In Orange Heights.; Ph. I 400. dir sift. 4-cylinder, nov riM I
935 NE 3rd Ave. or ,cell FR *- CHEVROLET. 1941 perfect wide bucket
for summer tri 462-1001. OTHER business forces me to 3404 after 7.PJ1ICAMPINGIIIIIer. PIANO SPECIALS one lion with condn st Automatic l r real good '
; CAMP In JSO; one S75 air. New tire .
.SIM traii
1 and 2 bedroom fur. sell store ; one ; one new teeter, I
.a V4 ml Some air: FOR RENT unfurnished house, J' grocery this week and equipment antique Grand $1>5. Grldley Music paint. $1308. Call FR 4-4282 afterCHEVY I f TIONED.? 39 $ lr conoV.!
community Near University BR. living im* dining rnv. kit- Doing. good business all colored I radial HO Co. FR 24353.Automotive.. a P.M. power steering, power I electric, nice I
furnished chan 2 baths. stor sm. down payment. F Iii arm saw train 0\If.0 ltrl power brakes, like wh.f : :
private 7th Avenue. FR 4-2664.:: age. Stove 'efrlg.garage furn. ttS. .7231. after 7 p-nx, FR 2-0441 fits record player tape record r 195> Biscayne 4 dr.6 cv No .

J k, Phone -372-4228. FOR rent 27 40- er, miscellaneous. pieces of furniture bader Redlo.. best offer. .Ph. I
city. also
x Warehouse 425 R'07337CORVETTE $2295
surroundings B-flat clarinet black
trumpet; -and
W. "CHE. BIIAlr.
8M7S. Call Univ. Ave. Call
2 large rooms. Pri 2 BR.CCB SU per mo. 220 SE FR 4-4141. I several cameras and darkroom I I *
_ _Pal atka. and entrance.; Coo 45th Terr. Call FR 22372. STORE available May tat, has equipment riding mower. set of 1944 gold fastfcack .. .t. .. 1 I _
floor. 708 E. Untv front for retail mi never titled PS. PB.
business large golf dubs 3-blcycles. See JohnTeter 62 RAMBLER
40 2 Bedroom house. plus den stovefurnished. back for warehouse storage. Alachua late afternoon 'AM .. FM radio 300HP power CHEVY, station
77 Mobil.
.. Homes for Sale pow-
SI23month. 26 SW. s wa
apt. partly furnish. Located on corner of 1st Ave. and evenings. SleX POslfrlction. Colin Murphy. Custom 4-dr. Sedan outoma'Ic. I runs I -_,
24th St. Call I
Gladys Smith.' 29303.000GED6O. steri Vei
8. 2nd St. if Interested. call air eondi- jood ., .
OFFICE or bus > stores. Front. Realtor. 3725393. Mrs. BeRets, Sr. FR J-8053. 12 GA. shotgun new Rem. mod. St GREAT Lakes for sale, excellent Seneca, ra ttlr. Individ .'
MIlA.St.. $85 per mo. ti pwr
FOR rent In Alachua 2 BR. blockhouse 1100 with "B" grade fiddle back condition. Phone 372MCOoner I S. S. Economical.. tf-CI: rliing seats. A beauti U station $51

Associates 1 yr. old. Has terrazzo 56 Business OpportunitiesINVEST grain wood In stock & forearm. o P oM. tion. Priced to sell at $450. 1604' fill cal CHRV. .. w.O. ..
srV3.1OL' trailer at Newnans t Matching set of Interchangeable fwl Oly
_ I floors tile1 bath carport utIlity H.W. 4th Ave., .t
OBEY THAT IMPULSE. the corner of :
TEN unit mo. Call FR 4-J377. rm. S60 per mo. Call 442 MI tne thn"'lIIa coametci barrels. 2' cyl. choke little to Drive a 16th Street. $1695 57 FOR, 2-dr V-*, standard

Gainesville apartment. Near: 1171 or 442-157 anytime. Industry. 14 county' dIstributor- have 28" lull vent..choke.ribs & Both have barrels Ivory kef. clean.save Lake o lot.Geneva Below Trailer mar DODGE 54. 2-Tone blue I shin I ... .. .. ......._... SIM I

nlshed. center. Water Fur 3BR home 2 BR ship for sale. Will sacrifice front metal mid d t Sales. ,Rt. 100. SE Keystone white 4-dr. 'n4.
: peSO: ::P''Iy"'iu write Box 387-A sights o R&AT.. W-aw.one I 57; BUICK 2-dr ... ....
Approx. Phone FR 2-1123 or home $40 I care of Gainesville sights. Engraving on receiver Hts Fla. owner. Must 1M 3. drive to OPEN 8-8 1 1MON..S 11.j -
Sun. lpe
6-096'. ed 2 BR home $40 per mo.t For.nlshed Gun .ls like new. Orlg. cost $281 '- NOW SHOWING predate. FR 24772.

BR upstairs well fur.: duplex apt. 2 BR SM per CHURCH BONDS ,win sacrifice for $210. Call FR .- 144 MOBILE HOMES s CHEV. Impala !-.' .
42 excellent neighborhood. me. Call FR 4-7444. S 4%. Guaranteed negotiable 4-9938 after 4 PM. I all day. 2 and 3 bedrooms, all Floor DODGE 1949. MUST SELL. ldr. Meet Carl V- automatic, rllj "
sedan runs GOod. has o sailmll I going for $ Cash. No -
N.E. 3tt Ave. Fr 6- $1000 Sat. & Sun. Plan Terms tailored to good
UNFURNISHED 3 BR. house $500 $250, tiOO tie- meet tires. $145. Call FR U772.D.K.W. Dlvp. .' Holder on this one. .
nominations mow aggregate _I your budget. Drive o little andsave Clint -
RETREAT with stove <& refrigerator CAR REFRIGERATORS. Regular Fle
To Av,. i student rms. fenced back yard. 211' NW 7th terms available. Phcoe 372-0474 U9.50. Will sell 6 or moreat -4ot at 1961 compact made 6y ing end Aber Plant, 14 FORD station wagon, rvns
Woods.country 2.4 Live In apt. below. Terrace. Call 372-8932 or FR or 454-)871 HIgh Springs. wholesale price. 435 4481 CONNOLLY lion Mercedes-Benz. Excellent con'. sales good. A fine car. .1l =

& utll. wltn Income. 2-4l7f. I Breaker, Green's General Store. Mobile Home Sales, Inca I 3045 M.P.G. Asking $895. .._. ...fii$1" Cash _
_ Contact James .
207. Yalaha. 61 Wanted to Buy North on U. S. 441 Shaw Town .
school 48R 2 bath house for lease < I SINGER sewing machine will sell Phone 422-114 Country Trailer Lodge. SW Arehjer
west on furnished apart miles west of town, S150 mo. WANT to buy US. my equity In automatic ZI g Closed Sundays I Rd. Lot L4. 61 CHRYSLER S CHI CVrlb needs ;
SR conditioned. 2 blocks Cell 31 3401. foreign Zag for 124.00.V"" take up balance clean.
24j Wr
L -- coins old new. Rebel Stamp fORD. 1954. standard shift. 4 cyO Sa automatic power for 118 .
44 Going
rlgflt. Electric kitchen. of six payments at $10.00 BIG SALE With tag. .
FORDYCE RENTALS i Coin Shop. 809 W. Untv. Ave.. radio. Good condition. Price bkf. air conlitloned -
-Seilna: I after'5:30. each or make reasonable ef S27J Cash. .
--.,' RjIfitL. Gainesville Fla. fer. Machine sold new for $250. CONTINUESWe I or make offer. Call 376-1582. 8EAUIFUU ?

I 67142."S I from apartment S19 V4 a SEVERAL attractive homes WANTED: ''water cooler must be Call FR 2-2051. FORD. 195 Ranch Wagon, V8' $1695 11 BUICK. a good fishing car
square. :
11 W. W. Univ. Ave. 12 N.W. ments.available Call and or Contact also apart For- priced reasonable and In good 3 PR.. mesas new dress and work engine. Standard shift. Good I for only $77 Including! o new tag,

_Member 4-7074. working condition. Call 372-8441 sox. $1. New Revolvers $15.75. Will condition. Phone Ala-
i dyce Associates Inc., nt -114
-FA West ext. 20 S-5 weekdays.WE Dort Sales! Co. Next to Boys choa. Sea Bob en the following( "
MS University Avenue 376-
1 Br. apt. wet e r : Club on Waldo Rd. 60 FALCON
_! RURAL Ave. NW. 9th Terr..' 1234. BUY and sell all kinds of fur. LANCER 61. m7 4 Dr. car They are al.o -
J FR 4-4817. AVAILABLE April 15th at 903 niture stoves refrigerators CLEAN. your carpets rugs. like Not 'BeUndersold n tires. 3.GOO ml BII Htl 2-dr! Sedan. Clean and ready to second cars or '
ROBERTS C efficiency. Heat water. NW 17th Ave. 3 BR 1 bath $45 clothes. radios, TV. etc. Call new. free use of carpet shempooer. Edwin 37H 16 gol) SAVE. ng car. Some have ute =
UAHwy.. I I FR 23TJ7. Call at Home Beautiful .
conditioner turn. Suit' mo. Call FR 4-JUS or FR _e-9990. Furniture. 1703 N. Main. OLDS 1940. 2-door, fago stick. $745 and some .
or couple only., Na Good condo 197!. OLDS. tl .on't.
UNFURNISHED 3 BR. bouse. Stove 64 Household Goods
4.4- ACRES. LOST bright carpet colors restore Good
Avail. Apr. 1 404 NE running cond. $225. Ronnie
I & refrigerator. 2414 E. Univ. 54 MERCURY $110 -'
Home site. them with Blue Lustre. Rent Young, C.f ,
Mnthopper Ave. Phone FR e-JTW after 5:30. T-A-G APPLIANCESTested Electric Shampooer $1. McDan- 357.VOLKAGEN.
00.. term apt. nice P.M. for. appt.BEDROOM and Guaranteed Jell Furniture Co. Gainesville 50 furnished x 10. 2 bedroom 1944 fully 1943 AM-FM'ri- 59 BUICK 55 CADILLAC $150 _C sh ;
Mobile Homo delivered _
married couples on Shopping Center. White wall tires. .eSabre 4-dr
42 Refrigerator Sat blt $ automatic
I' Rent 3 living room. dining from $3f up end set up for Instant living for Like Call 372-4498. an
F dyce no 376-7844.pets. rea room. tile bath. Screened porch. -* Ranges from $3t up NOW you can afford to cook with only ne. trlnslssl raio heater, 57 MERCURY $200 Cash I
Convenient to Shopping Center. 17 Washers from $1* up gas. Gas range, used. Installed BRING out the best In car. per st.rlng brakes.
_ A TEN I mobile home wa Water furnished. Available now. 8 Dryers from $.* up > FREE with our LP gas. $65 $3388MHMA Superior Auto painting yr body AR CONDITIONED!
this. time.acre ; 1 mile past Glen $35. Phone FR 63070. 2 Food-Freezers from $9f up I ,complete. Propane LP Gas work. Fast dependable service $1095 57 CHEVY . $595 -
23rd Blvd., 2 Dishwashers from"" up sw Arfher' Road. Phone FR 6- free
George delivery.
$#. .... 1214 NE 10th Avenue. 2 BR masonry 10 TV Sets from $35 5110. pickup WRIGHT'S
home large lot. quiet JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE approved. Many' other WRKS. 2031 NW ,th St. 57 CHEVY .. $595
130 ACRES CO. DANISH mod. Iv. rm. furniture similar b.1lI.ln.-over 50 1963 and FR -
neighborhood. or SELL 4ie NW tth Ave.Ph, S7 -5308 1944 70.
acre. I Apts. FR 6-2931 or FR 2-4351. dressing! table, desk. b. cases '-Also new coaches to select from 943 CHEVY II Station 59 FORD
ed Good rugs. dishes ironer, sic re.otepe large selection of used Air Wag :
nvanent SMALL. house 1 Ig. room kitchen 65 Antiques rugs, dishes Ironer stereo tape coaches. radio citi auto. tra". ialaxle. 500 4r hano Auto-
apt. $50 per mo. S. bath. stove J. refrioerator.S recorder odds t, ends, lamps white side three matlc rai hater. tires. I ARDENSTREIT

FARM III acre.land. 4Stl1 Terr. Call 372- ,'_FR mL 4-3327.: out. Archer Rd. $30 mo. ANTIQUE 371-4318. organ for sale. Call moving. FR 62024.ZIG ]10% Down take less than 5 wili old.4,000$100 miles cash. ULU L TO I

- ZAG up payments. Call 3728171
Archer Nice clean 1 BR.. CLEAN 2 Bedroom kitchen equip PAYMENTSLESS I t 572-5 offer 3 $995 :
kitchen stove refrig ped. Ideal for working people. 66 Misc. For Sail SEWING MACHINE SALE THAN RENT PaM.

FORDYCE NW 6th St., FR 29 S. E. 9th St. $ FR 4-5724. BRAND New $49.00 Up ,Best trade allowanc Anything I II
FR 4-7537 DOWLING'S UPHOUTERY Cabinet $19 UP. of value. BEST OFFER will b US OWs II I
Chairs, low as $8. No Buttonhole attachments $7. $1. radio heater air
974 West 4' _Rooms for Rent money Open weekdays 9 to 0 cond. PI I No Down Payment '
down low $5 Sewing Machine Service Co. Phone
for Rent Furn. as per month. Sundays 1 to 7 Drr. I. 312-53
Free estimates pickup and de 815 W. Univ. 376-1075. 3 1S"
: NICE room; close In. Private entrance livery service. All work guaran SOUTHERN 960 57 FORD wagon $395
43 Ca FAN 20" guaranteed Dominionfan
S all channel antenna. Offstreet' teed. Phone 374776.GIRL'S Volkwlgenssr 57 PLYMOUTH $395
2 and 3 bedroom with portable stand, new In MOBILE HOME pick trc owr. .
parking. 531 S.E. 2nd
or year. Mathew- Place. FR 2-2582. he.q y bicycle 24** for $20. Sept. 1963. $20. Phone FR 2- mileage. ( 57 CHEVY wagon $595

t ft 3 Call 475-2981. Call FR 4-2444 or FR 4-8870. BROKERS INC. Phone FR 6-315 59 RAMBLR. wag. $595

SE 7th Ave. air conditioned 3 I ROOMS for men. Weekly maid 2195.HOOVER '62 VW SUNROOF rich anthracitegray 55 $295
> CU. FT. Phllco
refrigerator reasonably 2200 S. Pine St., Ocala Fla.
service. Linens and Corner NW 1 6th
r ment. Some CCB 1101 NE 14th I refrigerator clean. $50. one-owner, local purchase 59 Avt.
Phone 376- OPEL
4 I ment. eel''_ n t neighbor. furnished. 372-1185. 4382 after S P.M. or see at 1113 Vacuum, like new. was $69. Phone 4294818SPECIAL and maintenance records excel $395 and Main St.
$45. Also per mo. FR 4-4898. lent condition, low mileage, loaded
lot for no : MEN WOMEN Rooms and NE 20th PI. Now $29. with extras: heater-radio-white May m t choose from. FR 20486After "
Call furnished 2 BR home apartments near Campus. Day. FOR SALE CHEAP. Restaurant THE KIRBY CO. 10x50 Mobile home and 50x100 sldewalls-wlndshleld ,
p futUter Fe available now. Week Month. FR 6-2937 or FR formica counter and '24 ,stools 712 N. Main. FR 6-7110 or 4-1117 lot. 1 mile S. of Palnes Prarle. ft rear seat wllrrt 7 and Sunday
2-8149 _or 372 545*. 4-1062. equipment. Complete fountain All State Mobile Homes. FR llghts-headrests-slde Ielkup FR 6-6957
WHY take a chance; ? For rebuilt 6-3052. RIDGWAYMOTOR
and short order 52" I
44 equipment. ventshadet. Purchase cost
unfurnished house
NICE. quiet room, carport telephone washers and dish washer or S13
Call FR 2-075 or 2-9207. Mr. TWO SPECIAL SALE
Dial 485-4481. or kitchen privilege. $10 for repair service. Call FR ft.na. house trailer $900. PRICE '
Page. one bedroom house trailer $750. Phone between 5-9 PJM.
SMALL house. 505 NW weekly. FR "1961. Can be rented. Phone 374-8234 372,3. : Sun Want A1
V. antenna FOR s.
,trailer for No pets or small chil QUIET, desirable in private home. Double stack Noth- A-I HANDYMAN SHOP Monday to Friday f to 5. SALE 42 Corvette 4 speed
working sm. engine extra clean, good I
S Court. 2330 per mo. Phone 374- Convenient to University and ing else to buy $15. Brants. UNUSUAL BARGAIN: Watertight mechanical Contact 1132 S. Main St.

(t44. town. See 202 N.W. 12th Terrace. 513 N.W. 8th Avenue. tank. 12'" 0.. r W r H. Detachable 40MODELS Marvin citi 7th St.. FR 2-8433
with tile bath par. Call FR -5361. 4-2100. USED Chain Saws entrance ha'chway, bunks, West ground apt. I Get Results-
T.V antenna. AvaiL $50 up. New blower. air pipes. Designed as
45 Cad 37-174. ROOMS for rent for gentlemen. 4 hp saws safJS. We repair fallout shelter but usable for '50 BUICK Sea. runs pood. Radio -
Maid service near the U of F. all chain saws & lawn mowers. many purposes. Ust $1,600 now ON DISPLAY TO CHOOSE tag. $40 cash. __
CLEAN 4 ', kitchen living rm. 1128 N. W. 4th Ave. Call FR 6- Chain saw rentals. McCulloch. $400. FR 4-2377. FROM LOWEST PRICES. Driv It away. 924 NW 9tn Ave. '
neighborhood. combined $50 per 6983. Wisconsin and Brlggs stratton SMALL DOWN PAYMENT. 37287. rr '
ping. $40 it 10M NE 3rd dealer. Florida Saw Co. FR GE '63 portable dishwasher, excellent TRAILERMART
6th St. Call 4-4703. WANTED mature working lady 6-3411. condition.. $100. Call FR 2- 1 948 FORD 4- to share 2 BR home In NW section 0335. Hwv. 17. Phone 328-1050 oood. $90. Coil FR 6- _=
furnished N. E. with ANTIQUE
SUMMER sec working lady. Phone heavily carved walnut
I apartments FR 2-7154. 372-0720 .after S P.M. library table from the estate of 70 Beats-Marina !Qaf,. OPEN WEEKDAYS 8617.VOLKSWAGEN. ANDPICKUP ,
Dorothy Dlx, 9pm.
location furnished suburban ATTRACTIVE large room. In quiet $100 or. best offer.
1100 per me. of room..cioue to modern home. Ideal for stvdent FR 64454.CLOSE. SUNDAYS 1 TO 6 TRUCKS 7
NW 4tft U. April 1st. $120 who needs a desirable place to OUT SALEOn 1 I FT. open-cock pit offshore EAST PALATKA. FLORIDA
Call FR 2-4957 L. J. study. 3727883. fiberglass boat. complete con
NICELY NW. alit St. Wallpaper. '8c a Roll trols, lights 10 & 5 gal. tanks, YES we can be undersoldBut AS : ,
- Spacious ; FOR: businessman. Large bedroom: HARPER PAINT CO. I i 40 "-p. Johnson. tilt trailer skis not with EQUAL quality : .",
hood-417 N. furnished 1 BR. private bath. Facilities for IlfIlltmells. 10 S.W. 7th St. ski ropes belt. life preservers We don't sell CHEAPIES.WE LOW ::
mo. TeL FR a mo. Located at 1033 306 N.E. 7th Avenue.FR : 372045GE I & ladder. $1,100. Phone 372-37U. ONLY SELL CHEAPLY. 975D0wn
Sunday FR 21708.ELDERLY Hotpolnt 1 ton air conditioner. Town & Country Trailer Sales AS
11.000 BTU. 110 Volt. $100. 16" FIBERGLASS Seo-brecie 35 3840 SW Archer Rd.
ladles' room and Phone FR 23981. hp Evlnrude elec. Semlnele BF
board. Two In my horn $100 trailer f mos. old. $1000, 2010N. FEDERAL QUALITY HOMES MILLER-
per month. 1184 N. Church .St. 15 FIBER glass boat motor & W. 13th St. ;
Per Month title;
Including tax
Phone 969-1561. Starke Fla. trailer. $42500. Saw mandrel 4820 fW 13th St. 441 South BROWN 5633 ,
In Ocala National with 20" blade. 3. 4V* hp gas 16' CABIN CRUISER and Utter. Gainesville
Camp Forest' NICE clean room, private en 372-5113
trance. Refrigerator & heat. mot r. 7W table saw. Spray Phone FR 2-548. Hours t to 8. Sunday 11 to 7 1030 E. Unlv. K life In.urlc. financing charges.\I

Cooking facilities If desired. paint outfit. Racing Go Cart 14. 40 Service Is a must with us. FR 2.3582
Phone 374-2721 4952312.DESIRABLE with 2-cyL engine. 3-T-Shop Hway 1H1 THUNDERBIRD Boat NO Can be bought at these |||[j
or Excellent condition.
100. S mL S. Starke.BICYCLE 41, 45 x 10 2 BR. Richardson. .
V5t ml. from Oklawaha River & communitystore. single room use of Very little running time. Mitchell Like new 2.700 or best otter. 4 terms 2.40Jn in stock t choose from. '
refrigerator telephone. Gentleman good condition. Phone tilt trailer. 4 life preservers Call FR 4-2970.
Completely furnished only. 14U NW 12th Rd. FR 2-2573. 325 N. W. 7th Ter. all weather rubber anchor. Tropical Pontiac
I. building 1 yr. Phone 37 -2896. All running gear. $995. Phone Ford
FORMAL wedding gown S. veil. FR 2-04114 or 4-4957.
old ROOMS for Girls only. Living size 7. Orlg. cost $150 will sell WYATTTrailer C Falcon
on private Has Truck Center .
% property. electricity also room. kitchen, automatic wash- for half price. Phone 376-7894. 16' CROSBY fiberglass. 50 H.P. GMC .:
Ing machine and phone. $7 Evlnrude.\ Top windshield and "
some lake lots. $1475 call 325-3094 or 3-25- wcrtc. 914 N. E. 1st St. per CUT 8, pattern glass. Antique tilt trailer Reasonable. Call Sales Fairlane 220 N.W. 8th Ave. FR 2-3582:
dining .
room set and chest of FR o-74lf after 5. or on week.ends.
drawers. New 0 T-Bird I
set of Birch .
51-A Wonted Home of
To Rent
wood _
kitchen built
4235 Palatka. Fla. I Ins. Many Pacemaker Mobile
other Items.. & trailer $75. Homes -
3TShop. H/way 12' PLYWOOD boat Shasta and Airstream S Ford _
a or more bedrooms 1 or more _100. S mIle S. Starke. Call GR 475-2920. Melro! .
Travel Trailers
bathroom unfurnished house. Call T Ccala's First Mobile Home Trucks
FR 2-9500
after 4:30 p.m. week Dealer Since 194
days.. or all day weekends. 1921 Silver Springs Blvd. Used

Phone Ocala.29-135'Fla. $ Cars RAMBLERS T ;

REAL VALUESIN 1x30 mobile home. newly c o instructed -
SERVICES S .' 10 x 20' cabana 5 mln. Get TOTAL
from campus. Town & Country .
Trailer Lodge. Ph. 374-2Wi W. PERFORMANCESHAW -. ,

USEDMOBILE A, Ke'rv, AT Wide Selection of 6's and V-8''n' all series: :

..- &

Home And Business 1 irco N 0 LTN EVAN. _Owner BEFORE YOU BUY GET OUR DEL .:
driven, excellent condition clean I
I .. low mileage $1. 00. Ph. 462-1.... KEETER :

Carpentry PAINTING 230 W. --
FOR SALE cheap>> Vi ten '51 Ford Unlnri
pick-up good tires motor. FR FR
PAINTING. Also Screens repaired 2-1540.
GRADY CABINET WORKS window glass replaced. Phone -

Custom refinishing built cabinets and and moldIngs spray- FR 4-1183. $100 10 Tractors & Truck Rentals Watch your favorite magazines for Rambler's :

1533 E. University Avenue PlumbingSEWER RENT a truck one-way anywhereIn $3 Million. Surprise Party Coupons!
Phone 372-U1J the USA. from United Rent. S FAIR PRICES I
Ails. 625 NW tm Ave. FR283S..
""W1t. Repairs, remodel In g. NEW used fixtures. complete I -
Ph. 24102.Cosmetics. plumbing service "BIG" JIM I I 83 Motorcycles & Scooters

HUGULEY., FR M53t Gainesville, PlumbIng PROMPT t RIDGWAY MOTOR CO. g
1 BEDROOM running ALLSTATE condition.scooter Needs to good little SERVICEAll I

RemodelingNEED body repair. $45. Call FR 44014. -

An HOUR"new OF "BEAUTY at will makea '53 30x8' $1595.00 1955 CUSHMAN Scooter. Good these) qualities out I 1132 S. Main St. FR 2-8433
A NEW Florida 50 278' 300.00 :
room. car.
Air Conditioning MAN COSMETICS STUDIO. running condition. Recently overhauled at:
port patio screened-bi It.ne.r I
Learn 59 30x10 2495.00 and painted. $150. Phone
professional make-up .
C-T Call and et It don
"ART BALL" AIr COftdatlONnO secrets by trained beauty ex. for the summer now month Call '54 27x1 ...i. 1195.00 FR -312 after 4.30 (Mn. .

Hot AIr-Hot water) Keating and perts. 5U W. Univ. Ave. FR 372404 after S PJA. for tree 54 30x8' .. 1595.00 HONDA. 90S CC Dream. 2Vt years B&GMOTOR I -
refrigeration. Ph. STMttJ. U N1UaFASCINATING estimates. 57 32x8 old. 2 cylinder. Electric starter.
_Veer Experience 1795.00 Make offer. Phone Gary Huber
profession. Eager BUILDING. remodeling, painting 57 35x8' 1895.00 FR i-na. After i. ) CO.

Appraisal Service to l learn If you qualify youmay block and cement work. Good 59 30x$' 1995.00 I

In training earn $4040 for advancement per wee while to work.1871 Good prices. Phone 46St t 56 28x8 1395.00 I MOBILE HOMES And Codilloc, I .

FRED B. ARNOLD supervisory capacity. For appt. I 52 31x8' .. 1095.00 FEDERAL QUALITY Olsile Dealer Spring Specials i
REALTOR call 37-ldO. '
Upholstery 52 3S' 1195.00
SERVICE '54 27x8 ..\ 3995.00 1 ML H. on 441 Hew Cars:

Plf W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 272-3522 FIRE EXTINGUISHERSFLORIDA UPHOLSTER your furniture at I'63 57x10 4995.00 at City Umit SignCALL372.S113 115 S.E 2nd St. ,

reasonable prices. Call Sally. I FR '
FIREEXTINGUISHER Experienced 55 27.. 1795.00 ., -
FR 4-nM.
-Appliance Repairs 1SewingAlterations WE TRADE -
56 30x8 1495.00
Sales and Service FOR 'ANYTHING Use Cars: I 63 METEOR, _PS. Auto, still In warrant. . $2395 -

A-I ,HANDYMAN SHOP All types of Fire Extinguishers 2 BEDROOMS N.W. 13th St., I -

First In Air Conditioning M4 Pick up and delivery service FR 6.7515 63 STUDEBAKER. Crufser. *il pwr avxs .1,. .. $2195
Appliance Repairs. FR 4-0247. C. R. Thomas Ph. 374-en SEAMSTRESS i do sewing of aU ,
G.1ftMytJ Fla. kinds & Dressmektog. Mrs. W. '59 50x10 $4995.00 GAINESVILLE I .

1crkerAppli. Serv. C. AsbeO.; 3434 N.W. tills Terrace. 62FALCOM.v.ryc1ea.cuto.natk . . $1395 :
Mortgage Broker 372-0455. 60 46x10. 2895.00 AUTO SALES I
Export, MaJor/ Appliance Srv '62 55.10'
Ice. Prompt Efficient A 'S : Sewing Mochino '5945.10. ... 5495.00 2895.00 I 1007 N. Main St. IPAINT : 62 COMET4dr. radio, hooter std . . $1395 :
Courteous J7UmdCl..fquipment FHA and conventional at lowest Repairs :' PIa... FR 2.6113
current. rates. Terms to 23yeere. CAL4.-SEIKG '59 40x10 2895.00 Nertheentral Florlda5aIndependent I 62 VW Spotless . . . . . $1395 :
\ Will .l adty discus at no MACHINe SEk- 63 50x10 ., .. 3495.00 .
obligation. Call tomorrow. VICE CO. 81j W. University I Largest I .
J. W. KIRKPATRICK Realtor Ave. ,.V-107S. We repair ell : 58 50x10 ,. 2E95.00 Dealer 61 FORD. Galaxle 500, R6 full pwr & air $I 5U ,, _.
hYDRAUUC JACKS rebuilt 1.XdSaflQedI 31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 2-4f4 -Ma"" Wor fully vuMente-ed.1 Spring Special :
Repair kits for LEESBURG LOT
Walker Jacks. Factory evthortWetter *- FRED 8. ARNOLD------ Tires Alignment ", 61 RAMBLER wapon. PS. Factory _air . . $1295
4: Hydraulic Jack REALTOR I"

Sovlee -*8 f t. HULL'S BRAKE I FHA AND CONVENTIONAL Brake Service '50 30x8 I BeJrooM $1495.00 DODGEDARTDODGETRUCKS 59 BUICK. Invicta full power and air. $.i09;
SERVICE- t. SUPPLY 1314 S. LOANS *58 35x8 ,. 2995.00 S3995 i ..
Me"1..' I21' W. UNIV. AVE. PH. I
MORTGAGE MONEY ON VACATION famous nationally SPECIAL known Mo- '64 51x10 2 Bedro.m. Hi Baths . 3895.00 iI! 59 CADILLAC 4-dr deVitl loaded. Air . $1995.

Auto.,Gloss 5V* per cent Interest. Terms to Mwk tires .. Save lIP to POOLE-GABLE :
U years. 50% en' new Mres. See evr new Open Dft9y t to T: Friday suid Ssar6y tm f:M : I 61 T-BIRD, PS, PB, EC.EW. Air . . $2495
AUTO CLAU Is our only bu tMM. ;- BUY BUILD REFINANCE wrap erMMd retrced that give CLOSED 119 SE First Are.

..., Immediate InstaUatlonj Can more mileage & traction. Latim SUNDAY "372-4343 :
five tckua> 4 delivery. Add ass NW U SU Ph. FR 2-25U r Tire Ce. 473 N. MaIn St.
bttr t value Ia your car. 'I Daft Byrd OCALA HAWESPOWERS- I :
323 NW. 6I h St. FR 25S1.. GLADYS Smith Realtor. FHA I Mile North -
and conventional loans. Low FOR THE CORRECT T* .t a Safe fc. ry'tise4 cars your kuy! .
rates. Terms to 25 years. 122 WINDOWS cieaaed. floors cleaned eo U.S. ill i I -
Bulldozing W. Univ. Ave. U2-53X and waxed houses washed. 10 TIME. .
Pbaoo "
yrs. experience. ,Free estimate C2-S1W .
IMALLbulldoZer4, to der. clump FORDYCE and Associates Inc. P"F R *-5 SS. I L Body Shop i Crane-Lincoln Mercury i
FR 2-1411
trucks, nil dirt, time rock. TCP Conventional and F.H-A. leans
soil. Phone with low rates and long; term LEESBURG
loans our specialty. Qu'ck! courteous Yard Work Courtesy OfUniversity 611 SW 3rd Sr. "It's Easy to Trad with Crass Ltecela. Mercury
'ULLOOZERS a, Dr.gIeae.i confidential service. Call llZ iQKE SAILS **' u.s. U1 _. .'-

hoe wheel tractor. meter 274-U34 or come by T24 West CHARLES WORSHEM specteiuina [ n.. Chevrolet FR 2-0538 516 MAIN FR 2I63JIS .
r red.r. free estimates. W. c;. University Avenue. Grace for- In lawn rmwing. edging a. prun N. Mda St. at 1& Aft. S .SE '
114103 Johnson, FR 421'. cyce. Realtor. ing fit +1W anytime. -



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2R Gainesville Sun Wednesday, April 1, 1Sv-i

,MacArthur Johnson Snubbing GOP LeadersBy II W. H. TOWNSEND & SONS -'-

Still HoldIng JACK BELL 1 Not since he asked them-to Leader Charles A. ,Halleck 'of often called _Dirksen,, on' the I Wholesale and Retail .

WASHINGTON (AP) -President -the White House Jan. 29 to participate Indiana. phone a half dozen times a day, : '
Johnson has cut off direct with Democratic colleagues This provides sharp contrast summoned him to the White :
His Own communications with Republican in a discussion of the with Johnson's demonstrated'desire House source criticized Hallack PORTIONED MEA T5-:

an congressional leaders in -Panama crisis has the President in the first critical weeks of over with him many of the legis-
WASHINGTON AP) Gen. sible ,miffed reaction to their talked to either Senate his presidency to court Republican -lative and other problems that
Douglas MacArthnr continues, to'criticisms of his foreign policy Republican Leader Everett M. support for his actions. were arising. 2316 NW 6th St Phone 2-4386 --
inch his way back from the course. Dirksen of Illinois or House GOP In that period, the President When an anonymous White WE FEATURE '
shock of a rare chain of surgical House source,criticized Halleck '
crises. Cuban Relief in December for blocking
His doctors paid'tribute to the"ftrength speedy House action on the for .

and fiber" of their 84yearold Ease eign aid bill, Johnson had Hailed .
patient, reported his Police Help Rolls ShovSharp'Drop : in for lunch He apologized BEEF -. ;.;:. '_-
I :,. -
heart beat and other vital.sIgns for the attack. .- -, '
are steady, but his condition'is Swindler's PainMIAMI Now, however, the phones '
SrRLOlM Ground' ..
B ff
still critical i have gone'silent and the White
The condition of the five-star House invitations, informal and STEAK lb. 79* H'burger5ibs.ls9ROUND
AP) Police have stopped the act of a man they ,
general of the Army has never otherwise, have ceased.
called a tearful swindler, after tavern customers emptied their MIAMI AP) -Cuban refugee RIBSTEAK.
risen above critical since his
March 23, brought on by severe pockets Det Charles when they Gschwind heard of said his "grief.John "Pennington of Asbury relief here has been reduced to clined Dirksen to and attribute Halleck the are two In- . lb. 75* STEW .Ib.39*

bleeding in his esophagus.The 15,733 cases, comprising 35,000 months' hiatus in communications -
u Park, N. J., played his game this way: T-BONE All Meat
: prime problems now are persons, or half the number,on to the fact that it is a
He would call a bar, identify himself as an airline operations
(be decreased functions of his officer, and say: the rolls before the 1962 Cuban idential election year. Their at STEAK lb. 84* STEW ..Ib. 69

kidneys and a sporadic rear.rune "Watch for Captain Morrell. Give him a couple of stiff drinks crisis, the U.S.-operated refugee titude is that they can get along CLUB CHUCK
of the bleeding. and have him call u.s back. His wife, two children and father very well without being consulted -
. 'In their last report Tuesday, were just killed in a plane crash." center reported today. by a Democratic chief exec- STEAK . 1b. 65* ROAST Ib. 45"

doctors said "he is holding his "Captain Morrell" would appear ,shortly, and free drinks Refugee center director J. utive.
own.u'When would flow as patrons heard of his tragedy.' He borrowed $10 Arthur' Lazell said 300 Cubansare Highly placed Democrats are
the impaired kidney from Mrs. Betty Smith, a bartender, then caught a cab to convinced developments at STEAK lb. 69 ROAST lb. 43
function was first noted more another tavern.Meanwhile being resettled weekly to and since the Jan. 29 meeting
than 24 hours ago, doctors called Mrs. Smith made two calls, to the airline and to other American cities. Relocations have convinced Johnson that the DELMONICO HAMBURGER

if a matter of grave concern. ,police. to date total 76,000, he re- Republicans Intend to try to STEAK . lb. 139 PATTIES.-IMS*
The,kidneys are important regulators Officers missed Pennington at the second bar, but caught poted. make political capital out of his
of blood factors, and depots him at the third, where customers were buying him more troubles in Panama and else
for the removal of waste drinks to,ease the pain. Exile registrations increasedin where. PORKFrosty
products which otherwise poison Pennington was Jailed on charges of petty larceny and disorderly March, ,with 300 Cubans arriving The meeting was described by .
the body. conductBlind by small boat The average participants as disappointing, so Morn CENTER CUT Frosty Morn
Since then, there has been over the last three years far as it concerned developmentof PORK CHOPS lb. 5'9< Sliced BACON lb. 49 ,
slight improvement in kidney has been weekly. any unity of opinion on' the
function. Panama situation. Frosty Morn 1ST CUT Frosty Morn HONEY GOLD

,The bleeding is still controlled AuthoressDescribes than Lazell 85,000 estimated refugees that remain fewer in Subsequently, Dirksen and PORK CHOPS lb. 39 SAUSAGE lb. 45

by a small balloon attached to the Miami: area. Other 'sources Halleck have been hammeringaway
in GOP leadership state- Frosty Morn Old SmobyHAMS.
tabes that extend through the
throat and into the stomach. placed that many the do figure not register higher, noting at the ments at Johnson's handling ,of . Ib. 47 BACON. . (Ib. 59
Panama and other international
The; balloon exerts pressure BattleSpeaking center.
against the ruptured varicose matters. Frosty Mom ClHTER CUT Frosty Mom -

veins, believed to be the sourceof While Interviewing of employable barrage This was the the late sort President of political JohnF. HAMS . lb. 69* Spare RIBS 3 Ibs.1.00Frosty
bleeding. before the Gaines- refugees continued at a
lug my little adventure, so why '
Doctors have also suspected ville Rotary Club yesterday af- not let him have his. brisk pace'Lazell said: Kennedy used to take in Morn Frosty Morn =

the possibility of a stress ulcerin ternoon, Mrs. Clyde McCoy told "Then he said to me, You "I want to clarify reports that stride.Kennedy established a patternof PICNICS . lb. 29* Pork STEAKS Ib. 4951ab *
the stomach-brought on by how her battle with blindness in-
lady, this trip wasn't
so there was an .April 1 deadlinefor Dirksen
ringing up a coupleof Frosty Morn
of her :
the five medical problems spired to write "Journey bad after alL
the past month, three of) them Out of Darkness." refugee assistance. This apparently times a week and inviting BACON. lb. 39* Boston BUTT lb. :39
surgical operations, and "I thought to myself, 'He started when John F. him to come by for a later aft-
major "I never Intended to write a doesn't know how he help Thomas, director, of the Cuban ernoon drink. In these sessions,
the latter two of those under ATTENTION FROSTY'HOME
conditions. The book," Mrs. McCoy said, "b u t ed me with my first oU 11g.' refugee progam in Washington, the President tried out some of
emergency continues to receive life- my publisher, after receiving a expressed hope that one phaseof his ideas on Dirksen. FREEZER OWNERS! MORN..
general few pages I had written, suggested our review operation will be "Once in a while I would tell WE WILL CUT. WRAP AND FREEZE
treatment-with HarrimanTo
supporting so- that my story would completed by April 1." Mm, Mr.! President if you do YOUR BEEF
utions of sugar-water, salt water -make a fabulous book. My book that, m get .up 'on the Senate U.S.D.A. .
1 Choice. Ib. 48c
medications and blood grew out of this." Urge Aid That phase Lazell said, related floor and: denounce you from BEE E.
transfusions fed into his veins. ] to ,cases as of August, "*
stem .to. stern, Dirksen said. U.S.D.A. Good. =
Ib. 46c
Mrs. McCoy said her book
The doctors said they 1963. Progress has been madeIn "He would just die "
not found any malignant tissues was written out of gratitude for For Congo this phase and'assistance for Now:; however, the laughing.laughter U.S.D.A. Standard lb. 44c exclusivelyused

so far in the course of their op- being brought out of a "dark many has ended, he reported, seems to have died out of presi-
Opn Monday Tutso'ay. Wednesday 8 a.m.-5:30
erations. They also said that thgeneral's canyon of taken despair"from when her. her Ifra $iir1fntreLEOPOLDVILLE : "but there never was ,a dead dential'relations with the opposition Thursday, Friday and Saturday 8 .....-8 p.m.p.m.
advanced age was nota sight was The Congo line. in Congress. All prices good through Saturday night)
major problem.The "I was given courage and per W. Averell Harriman, United
general came to WaIter severance, so the great emphasis :States under secretary of state,
Reed Army Medical Center in my book is my gratitudefor 'will recommend that the U. S. ; I
March 2, suffering'from severe being given this courage' supply transport aircraft to the .
f Sau di e. An operation was performed she said. Congolese army. i
March 6, removing the
gallbladder and gall stones, to I There are three steps, according -I This will be a major point In .
correct the obstructive: flow of to Mrs. McCoy, that must he report Harriman will maketo
>e taken byJ"an who are con- President Johnson on his six- : -'.''-' :
bile causing the jaundice. fronted with anything, not onlyjlindness day trip to the Congo. .;.,: i i ,
that plagues human- I ;.y. i I

Dovnvar'd'Space nr" !he Highly will also qualified recommend sources said that i1 < i.y : :: ; j

"The first step Is to acceptit the US. step up its program for :
Shot. ," she said. "Ix)Ok at it supplying the army with trucks ;.:) '

squarely and say, 'Wen here it and communications equipment. -. : :
is.What am I going to do aboutit : ; "; .. .. ... .
Harriman and his ad : t.y t.- "! .' -
? :: : <
Is PlannedCAPE
visers believe the army badly 'r' ,.
: "The second step Is gratitude, I needs planes in order to move i: ...
KENNEDY (AP) -The and the third Is to learn to use troops quickly,into trouble spots '

Space Agency plans to rocket 8 perseverance," she added. and to supply troops once they .. '
Project Fire spacecraft down- Mrs. McCoy concluded her are relocated. I .t .. \

ward into the atmosphere next talk with an anecdote about her This need will be greatly in' :,. .' .
Monday to study heat and shock first excursion on her own. creased after United Nations .
wave problems on manned cap husband is troops withdraw from the Congo : '
"My a great lover ':; ;
sules returning from moon trips. of track," she began. in June, observers here predict ,' ; ''; ;I ,

Officials said the Fire shot, "One day after he had left The Congolese army win presence\S.\ .. .. '. -
first of two scheduled in 1964 is .
for a track meet at the univer- then shoulder the full peace- ur .
to provide. data on what happensto sity, I discovered he had left keeping task. 0.
spacecraft materials and his binoculars at home," she 'Renuested
equipment when they reenterthe said. Now a track meet isn't f'%
atmosphere above the south half as much,fun if you haven'tgot ( :' .;;"< ..,.w_

Atlantic:Results Ocean.are to be radioed to "This binoculars.was the" one time thatI JlIflEBOMEIEIM 1 \ .I t. _. Ot't\\\\\6 ii:

tracking receivers on Ascension was really rebellious, becauseI jt .
Island and on ships! and planes felt that if I weren't blind, '
in the impact area. The extreme' I could take them to him .6\l
heat is expected to cut off com "But then realized that if I f
munications for about 30 sec had a telephone, I wasn't help- a\\ \ ; of the / YJ i

Data gathered in the less. I.called a taxi. .. Steokrootn .r .
blackout period win be stored on "I told the taxi driver thatI .
a tape recorder and transmitted needed help to get to a track < e
to the ground when peak meet He must have though : ; ".: Cfl'9
heating is past. No recovery Is that I was ready for Chattahoochee ncng a M, '1 f. -
Planned} -a blind woman with a ,
:Meanwhile, NASA postponed pair of binoculars wanting to go )_ .: .t.. 8 p m' .. ....;.
fqrat< least a week next Wednes to a track meet. %
"I told him the binoculars .
day's scheduled orbital test ;': .;L. i::,<::,- : R .
flight of a high-energy Atlas- were for my husband, and ]I Stm lair ctxoftjnsi root c.-.IIr O.TChcstro ."
asked him would rno
if he
Centaur rocket. Officials said bring
them to Mr. McCoy. YMTIOUlGOURD bac-5 .
ground testing of the ejection .
"After he husbandthe
gave my

tIon system panels for second had not stage been insula com the binoculars taxi:: and, he came said, backto 'You : '

pleted. know, I didn't know so many ii { l IReset
Initial orbital launching of an. pretty girls go to track meets.' C..a. fat B_. 187th Arm
unmanned; two-man Gemini! capsule ; "I figured that I was hav- FR 6660SHouse. cations
is scheduled Tuesday. 2 ,

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WASHINGTON (AP-A sabstitqte -' ; R .' D
White House press plan I& t ,; ;: LA4.-Dcss
brought 71 passengers -indueing : : . -
newsmen and presidential :
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aides-back to the capital early! .c..t ; : : c at u i

today.,American Airlines flew the I ... .:! ,,.,-. ,. >; -, = .
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speda1.plane into Dallas from our low dbcaunt.; prices. : :
:FwnttrreiMinuf.Wraf Sam I. > ,. '" .:
Okla. "
Tuba Tuesday night after -- Soutt Mttt St at-scam :'
the ,um a. .< .
regular press plane was < '
forced to make an emergency .
lending at Dallas Love Field! rfe <' t.. The Steak'

when a broken turbine blade knocked oat one of its engines; '. will be
The malfunction was discovered '= openLuncheon

shortly after the four-en- ... .. 12 to 2 ,.",1'
gfee!turboprop Electra took'off .. !t
fposj Bergstrem Force'Base I :.l .'- Dinner 5 p.m>> to 12 .

near Austin, Tex. The newsmen
bad; been covering President .. o'- Sunday f' S
JohMon's Easter r. J2
vacation at Y noon to _10 ,..M.I .
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