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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 2, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
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T.:: ORLANDO Lassiter Mason At the conclusion- of the program 09151. >6R 3" i9 9k.y Brazilian Congress > i

..= Gainesville candidate for Mason again began to kvtyNi.,'p.a fN' < : :
.: 'the Board of Public Instruction shout that he bad a questionif c
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was escorted from the the candidates had courageto a3y( X
: Cherry Plaza Hotel banquet ,
answer. :'; .

,..:: where spoke nine' 'to governor the Florida candidates He was quieted by hotel em '' :- :I Mazzilli UF'S PAREJA SAYS:, T li
ployes but the outburst K4rjc
,
was,
of
League Women Voters.
Early in the session Mason televised by Orlando and Tampa ,

I J walked to the front of the large television broadcasts. Installed RegimeLacksPolic.y : :

: banquet room and insisted on Contacted by a Sun reporter
1 addressing the candidates. after the meeting Mason said '

= .State League President Mrs. he wanted- the candidates to' President Ii II .., "

Cyril Smith of Miami refused answer this question: By MARTY: SCHRAM biographies! written in Span Drought and famine have ..,-'

., to recognize Mason and hotel "Why the hell don't you do RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) -i A noted Latin American affairs ish, and his works have been paralyzed the vast, peasant-in- *
; officials led him to the back of something about education andnot l Congress declared Joao( Gou translated into German, French habited and
expert cautioned here today northeast this i
f,1' the art shorn ... ..
!. room. just talk about itl MASON of the presidency today not to prejudge Brazil'snew and Polish. year's coffee crop-the back
and he
from the was reported fleelug regime. Although deposed president bone of the Brazilian economy '. i.

.. a two-day rebellion country by bowingto anti- Dr.: Alfredo Pareja Diezcanseco Joao Goulart has refused to .relinquish -has been seriously effected. to'
'
Communist generals. Paschoal University of Florida history his office, and has instead "This coupled with a terribleY ,

.Ranieri Mazzilli was sworn in and political science' professortold gone south to regroup his inflation has virtually broken ':
Mathews Karl Differ as president. The,Sun that it.is too early forces, Pareja believes he is the country economically;
to judge the new. 'government through-at least for a while. Pareja said.Governor .
!;,. Wednesday night Gqulart fled in Brazil. "Goulart doesn't have the necessary Carlos Lacerda (of ,.

; 0 to his home state in southern "So far, we know only what support to retain the Guanabara state, which In- ::,
Brazil and from Porto Alegre its, leaders are against Com presidency," he said. "I believe dudes the city of Rio de Janeiro

E = Other defiantly called the action by munism. We know nothing of the conservative military ), Gen. Amaury Kruel (of
With Hopefuls Congress a farce declared him what they are for or what pos- coalition will retain power until Goulart's home Rio Grande do
self still president and predicted itive action they recommend," the next public elections are Sul state) and the other leadersof

.r. a popular reaction against the professor said. held. the Brazilian revolution have
the generals. One of Ecuador's leading And this, he added, might be. charged that Goulart's govern-
By JEAN CARVER for all" of the.people all of the sophy expressed, none drawn Today a broadcast heard in scholars Pareja has been a a good idea, because it will give ment was Communist-infiltrat .
Sun,Staff Writer "
time.
from experience. Argentina quoted the mayor of participant in several recent the country's political forcesa ed and that Goulart was attempting ,
., ORLANDO Governor candidates Except for citing a Tampa "I have given permits for a Porto Alegre as saying Goulart Latin American political con- chance to regroup and re- to change the Brazil .,
: Fred Karl and Jack Ma- Times ,editorial calling, for conference license to picket (in Jacksonville has decided not to resist, because ferences. He. has served, at various evaluate their programs and ian Constitution of 1946 which
.thews used their seven oppo- table solutions to racial )," Burns said. "But I will he wanted to avoid blood times, as a journalist, diplomat policies. prohibited his running for reelection .-
nents for political punching bags tension rather than street riot- not permit riots in the streets." shed. professor and legislatorin Pareja noted that the military so that he could ..

,before Florida League of Wom- ing, Jacksonville Mayor Hay Karl launched a lengthy at- 'his native country. overthrow did not come as serve another term. ,
.,Cen Voters members here last don Burns's response to the civil tack on Burns' handling of the An Argentine Foreign Minis- Currently a syndicated columnist too much of a shock, for South But Pareja doubts that Gou "" .,
-:night. rights question was a terse reference Jacksonville .race riots a week try official said he had word in, newspapers throughout America's largest nation has lart is actually a Communist. .
to ,the "amusing philo-. that Goulart would seek asylumin Latin America, Pareja is the been operating, of late, in an "Throughout his term of of.,

:.; The state senators from Volu- ago."In spite of it (Burns' handling Montevideo Uruguay.. author of ten ,novels and two atmosphere of economic chaos. (See BRAZIL, Page 2)) .. .
;sia and Duval counties took .
) there has station in Porto ;, .'
issue with their MacArthur'sHeart been no public A radio 4
sharp:: opposition '
'concern or outcry and the press \iAlegre called "Chain for Legal.. !
civil OVERWHELMING9Andrews
primarily on rights EVIDENCE
.and severance tax issues. now reports ,that he is gaining ity" went off the air shortly before
-, Wanes in strength because of it," Karl noon and Rio de Janeiro
I w "I affirm is the responsibiDty took that to mean Goulart resistance "
said.He
'
*"* of the governor of Florida said he read in the latest there had been broken. "
WASHINGTON (AP) Gen.
"''"to set the moral tone of our issue of Time magazine Wednesday The ,station had been broadcasting Expains"Suit
Douglas MacArthur has suffered
...
.itatef. Mathews said. "He is "further about the,JackSonvilleriots ,support for Goulart. ,
a waning" of his ,
.1 .,riot just a policeman. He can heart and kidney function, and was shocked to ,read"' Another station in Sao Paulo

...;.keep. ..us.AUt" ..,.oL.thefederal. Waltei Reed Army Hospital. an- ... the. report: Is ,' ... safd; ?\'. ,beganannouncing:; that the,van.. >, ByHAROLD*- RUMMEL comment when the suit was filed lag the vote) I was apparently n Wa
'. courts, nounced' today. '****"'" "The point)? : thKarl: ; guard of ,the anti-Goulart 3rd Son Stall Writer"I in Circuit Court a week ago. the loser by some 40 odd votes

:;TtJMathews. said there has been A bulletin' at 10:16 ajn said what"Doesn't it shock"you to see Army from Santa Maria and was willing to accept min But others have been. They've (46 votes behind Winn).
muCh local and state "buck the image of our state is?
top five other points was converg rained torrent of criticism on
said a
continuing deterioration of the or irregularities, narrow "This I was willing to ac.
.:*question.:passing". on the civil rights five-star general's kidney function Don't can bring you want a climate a governor to solve who ing on Porto Alegre. ly defeated City Commission Andrews for filing the suit. cept, however even at this time
has necessitated institutionof such Reports circulated that Gen. candidate Edwin Andrews this This morning Andrews talked there were rumors that made '
situations around
I :, "Just look in the mirror in the a semi-artifical means of table rather than a in conference the Amaury KrueU leader of the morning.But back. me suspect that there might be
morning to see where the responsibility stimulating kidney function: streets?" revolt against Goulart's leftist he believes there were He explained the sequence of some irregularities in voting .:,
lies," Mathews said.! They echnique involves makingtwo Fred Dickinson West Palm policies had sent this ultima- "many'discrepancies and,irreg events leading up to his suitand and registration procedures. '
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Like Mathews Karl said he ,incisions in MacArthur's Beach candidate, said he tum to the 3rd Army com- ularities." he outlined his reasoningthat N Nevertheless I was willing to 4 ..
opposes the public accommoda abdomen and. inserting -two( the civil rights bill,,citinga opposes mander at Porto Alegre: "I felt compelled to do something the suit's foundation. is accept minor irregularities andI
tions portion of the civil 'rights tubes. danger in "our zeal to I"Surrender forces guarding ," he said. based in. signed the canvass board state- .-
t bill now before the U.S. Senate. The purpose is to attempt to great Goulart or face an invasion." So he filed suit against his His statement in full: ment (as an incumbent com-
all Americans
protect while
"Perhaps some legislation is wash out from the general's we There was no official confir opponent Byron Winn and the "On Wednesday March 14, missioner he was part of the
permit our rights granted to us
needed to protect voting rights," blood poisonous materials mation. City Commission contesting the following the canvass board board).
citizens to be taken
.,Karl noted. "However, if this which cannot be efficently fil. as Lakeland,State Sen. Scott away.Kel- Appearing calm, Goulart election. He was out of the meeting (City Commission is "On the following day so f...
.Becomes law, if elected' I will4nforce tered out by ,his, own faltering talked with reporters a few country and unavailable .for the body charged with canvass- many irregularities were reported

It. I will enforce laws kidney system. (See CANDIDATES, Page 2) hours after Congress at the inland that a small group of
4..' capital of Brasilia installed yr I X -x LL people instituted some investigations !

.- Paschoal Ranieri Mazzilli as which culminated Thurs
the new president As presidentof day night (two days after the
FELLOWSHIP MAKES IT POSSIBLE the Chamber of Deputies, To ProbeOf election) in reports of so many .-
Mazzilli was next in line of succession Suit Stop discrepancies and irregularities ;:;
to the presidency. |- that I felt compelled to do some ...
.
In Borneo There also were reports thai thing. o
:::: "To Honeymoon Gov. Udo Meneghetti of Gap Election DismissedA "Time was of importance as .
lart's home state of Rio GraD e. the Florida Statutes allow a de- _

-: ... A $3,100 fellowship from do Sul, was marching on Port; feated candidate only 10 days to "
-- .. the drug industry will enable Alegre, the state capital wig file a contesting suit such as I :, i,
a University of Florida 5,000 military-trained state po*-: legal maneuver that would granted a motion by State At- have filed, and I was comm.it- -
.. medical student and his lice. Meneghetti fled from Porto have crimped the state attorney's torney T. E. Duncan to dismiss ted to leave the city Friday to

nurse fiancee to spend their Alegre and joined the rebellion investigation of alleged the suit. attend surgical meeting out of

.honeymoon. in Borneo this when the 3rd Army demanded election irregularities died in It was filed by attorney Selig t the country.
.. summer. f he surrender his state troejpa the bud yesterday. Goldin in behalf of four women "At that time, Friday, the
.:. George L. Warren a third Wednesday. J| ti _, listed by Supervisor of 20th, I was convinced that there
year student In the College In Rio de Janeiro, the wa.. It was one of the shortest Registration Alma Bethea as were many irregularities that
..- of Medicine and Carolyn f guard of revolutionary troapsy;" lived law suits in the history. of "deputy supervisors." Duncan* justified and demanded a more f
Kocher, a candidate for her who launched the uprising.- the county. had sub ed'them for questioning thorough investigation and on .
,!, 'm ster's degree in the College Tuesday in the big state of on their registration ac this date I signed the necessary .
It filed at 4:47
was pjn. yes-
of Nursing, plan to get Minas Gerais, marched into the tivities. documents to institute suit :
terday.
i married April 18. city. They were reviewed by The women are Mrs. Joan "They were signed then and
::- :'A. month later they will Gov. Carlos Lacerda of Guan- And at 10:30 a.m. today, Circuit Henry, Mrs. Beverly Jones put in the hands of an attorney
leave for Christ Missionary arbara State, arch foe of Judge J. C. Adkins Jr. Mrs. Mary E. King and Mrs. because I would be unavailableat
( : Hospital deep in the interIor 4."s Goulart. ",', Ruth Maren. the filing deadline.

1 of Borneo There, George' Goulart fled from Rio de Conductor Goldin contended that infor- These were signed with theunderstanding

_. ,. will assist doctors ,in, thec1i.nk Janeiro as rebel army units and,....: 4 mation indicated they wouldn'tbe that further investigation
'. ; under the terms of civilian militiamen marched on questioned on criminal offenses would be done. during

the fellowship sponsored by the city Wednesday, vowing to Collapses I so the state attorney had this interval, and only., in
Smith Kline and French vw force him from office and lift no right to interrogate them. event of overwhelming evidence,
Laboratories of Evanston, "the Red yoke" from BraziL His jurisdiction is limited to were the papers to be ffled.

DL 111 criminal matters.He Andrews that evidenceis
In Brasilia, AUTO Andrade, ContinuesROME agrees
r The fellowship will permit asked for immediate "
an
president of the Brazilian Senate over-whelming.
me to become acquainted j ,.declared the presidency vacant (AP) Conductor temporary injunction prohibiting "To lose an election conducted *
with the problems of thedon't
Mazzilli next in line because Duncan from calling in the and legal man-
:4 getting primitive people to Pierre Montane collapsed and proper
Brazil has vice women. ner is something that I would
no fell six feet from the podium
modem
accept medicine think I second-
"I can
b- president took the oath of office while conducting have no complaints or regrets
said.Among Wednesday night
Warren
the state attorney's motives
at 3:30 am. guess about However if there were
the Warren Ravel's "Pavane for a DeadPrinceS' "
patients In his investigation,
The generalsmet irregularities such as I suspect
revolutionary
9. i expects to treat':wflLbe, in Rome's'Santa. Cecilia Judge Adkins said. To try to do
in Rio and announced that then it becomes a matterof
,. the Ibans the original.wild Auditorium. it in this case could seriously
.i' calm reigned throughout 'the the utmost importance to me
..'. men of Borneo. country. The conductor, who wffl be 88 hamper all his investigations, and to the city."

The 380-bed Christ hospi MazriHi planned to come to on Saturday, slipped between he said. "To clear a s&aation,Ifte
up
tal serves about 40,060 people had been Then he dismissed the suit.
that
_ 'f in the steamy jungle interior : { Rio this afternoon for a seriesof placed guard around rails the podaffii for In the wake of the dismissal.there lf this can't be"anytlnsg bat good

of Borneo but it has LrUP political contacts, to form .a ids, protected. He fell heavily will be little chance for for the city. f

: only two doctors, Warren new goverosefitGoulart Cedfrom: Brasilia kfidiflg,oa his left skooMer and Goldin to file further suits.
; said.attempts the left side of Ids face, as the Two of the women Mrs. Ma-
Wednesday rift to his borne
;, to audience cried oat in horror. fen and Mrs. King, are scheduled
sell the magic of miracle state in southern Brazil asserting to appear before Duncan ft WHERE
medicine to the former that he was still the cam. Doctors in the audience carried at 1:30 p-m. today. The other i

1 headhuBters, Carolyn will medic.students Geo. L. Warren and Carolyn Kocher try's legal per, asd vowing him to a nearby seat two have been subpoenaed to TOFI1'4DIT
.i help the natives' start *} I to put dewa fee''rebeSwa After 20 misuteJ he walked. appear before the state attorneyat _
nursfeg school of their OWL+ developed areas .of t4 ewar4d. Several other UF medical with powejM miMniy' =forces be stewly back to the stage, ex 1:30 pm. Monday.
asked Comics . . 24
i.; .' Warren and his,bride"wAsp&d The drug leery I semis have won siffiSar said stli.a+ pported ltim.; pressed Us regrets and Duncan is questioning witnesses Classified .25-27
Q: : HI weeks fa t the Sdrtit- awrded 29 el them, to t eStates foie but Warms will The people of Bit;! peeredspeBtanooacly if the audience. wanted him to conjunction with an in Entertainment 23

._ .. eat Asian IslaM country, Used -this# year. j be the.first. to take Ms wife fato f the street fa coniMany vestigation of charges that have 9 Obituaries . 2
i The fellowships are,dee*. vex .caa: accompany ,-..... celebration the 4Ww.. revolution cried no, feariag Jar his grown from the recent city elec- Opinion Page .'. 4
.. ed to give junior'aad'sealer httsbaads only If they Warren is. a native of whose leaders accused health. box started to walk tion. Sports . 15-18
1 .aedfeal students chance in Jacksonville and of to teas theft turned back. The charges allege irregularities
a ate professionals nursing Carolyndearwater. the president suing away W omen'st . 12,13'
:.te grig'eyporienec fe'aafcrr+ .tr:..... ... ':b..-frr e Latin America's largest country Seated in a chair, he fifiififaed in voting registration

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I federal takeover and 10 per minds," Kelly said. B, C, D Partly N--- \ fice, Goulart has vascillated WASHINGTON (AP) Pres- efforts to bring it to a vote. Republican Leader Everett'
cent in his He tax Warmer :=;\\1 back and forth between the political There is no practical way I
rights" voicing op- opposed a severance through .Friday. ident Johnson apparently is giv- M. Dirksen of Illinois is willingto
position. claiming it would add little revenue night with low 55 to 60. ;. right and left, Pareja ing his legislative lieutenantslittle and Humphrey is the first to ad- I
and would be an "antiindustry" Friday near 80. South and ..L .LUUie \-...... said. "He has had great prob- room to maneuver toward mit it of getting the neces- go along. ,tHe .

Republican candidate Charles tax. southeast 10 to 20 mph. winds. .. ZS lems-inflation and an alarmingly any compromise that might in-
Holley called It the "civil JACK MATHEWS- He called F high unemployment rateto I Senate of the civil said he hoped to have some

wrongs" bilL He said it is for reapportionment of the sen- II' Southerly partly cloudy 12 to this 22 afternoon mph winds tonight E .........sand '.. contend with and he just rights sure bill. passage TobaccoCut definite information forlocal
"unconstitutional in every sec and Friday.' A few shower \.::' ''wasn't
clever
thatas f\\ enough, political-
tion." ate by population, noting likely. py 'roE The President was describedby growers within the next 24
F. o. H, I Partly cloudy and
counties exist, he
long as mild through Friday. Low tonight 58 Z I t ly."I close associates today as be- Beingd hours.
Another Republican candidate |feels they should be represented to 45. high Friday 10 to M. South- \. hard-rock firm
easterly U mph winds a.llttie; less .t. I I believe Goulart is not a ing against any
Bob Foster of Fort Myers 'in the legislature. night. H I Communist but changes in the Housepassemeasure. 0. P. McArthur, state xecu-
'. I a political opportunist
said he is against the bill and 'Our tax structure need much through J. K-rPirtty Friday. Low cloudy tonight and 45 mild to ." ." They said he has Qiecked tive director of the ASCS,

doubted that the bill would revision," Mathews said. "I 70. high 12 to Friday 20 mph 80 to wind.15, southeasterly I maintained this attitude in pri- Gainesville, issued this :sJ4Je-
want to eliminate some of the TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE stated that the new
Pareja vite strategy conferences as
pass.Miami H L Prep. .' Local tobacco interests arechecking mnet this morning: "We have
Mayor Robert King sacred cows in the present tax Jacksonville 74 47 artrta1y. aQIIMiami Brazilian regime is not going-to well as in his public statements. to if federal ,
see a
riigh said he had reservations structure such as phosphate." 73 tt be able sit on its hands not been served with a copy of
Tampa 71 to just Johnson, an expert on how to I court injunction against enforcement .
He added that the demandsfor 5151 = GAINESVILLE WEATHER the court order granting the
about the bill's employment section Atlanta 48 and be content with maintaining get things done in the Senate is: of a 10 cent
school funds cannot be met New Orleans 75 41 Municipal Airport readings for per acreage For all practical purposes
= injunction. -
but added there are 22 million Boston 42 33 the status quo. said to have t"1 the bill's managers allotment cut in Type 14 tobac
Negroes who "seek the by average daily attendance fig WashingtonChicago N w York 44 31 =- 24 hours to.8 a.m. today: High they si- I plan for eventual to Florida. actual enforcement of the
co applies
same freedoms we enjoy." ures from the prior year. 4? 41 77 at 4 p.m., low 45 at 5 a.m. "Certain reforms must be around-the-clock sessions inan a The 10 per cent cut in allotmentsis

.Summarizing, this is what the Taking a poke at Sen. FredDickinson's Kansas Denver City 72 7f 35 40 .60- No rainfall. carried out," he said, "not attempt to break a Southern granted temporary injunction was several months away.:Actual

4 candidates said in their six- daily comic strip Los Ft. Worth Angeles 75 61 66 SO .15- ALMANAC ably. land' reform" filibuster. Frank Scarlett yesterday in Brunswick by Judge enforcement occurs when the

minute talk to the audience of ads, Mathews noted that the Seattle 53 31 If Sunset today '.............. <:48 p.m. "The Brazilian Constitution The President has Ga. A suit had been filed tobacco is sold. At that time,
in fed-
members and their cartoons show Dickinson prom Sunrise tomorrow... ... ':16 a.rn. provides for the expropriation I reportedly who have exceeded
700 league CEDAR KEY TIDES ......... growers
Moonrlse little that eral
tonight Midnight. court in behalf
hope Dixie
guests at the Cherry Plaza Ho- ising four and six-lane highwaysin Friday Low at High 10:34 it am'< a JTU and 4:30PJTU Last Quater ........ .Saturday .night for the purpose ,of agrarian I will ever permit opponents of the South Georgia of three their acreage allotment.are.denied

ttl 1 the state. EAST MARINE FORECAST VISIBLE Jupiter PLANETS............. 7.32 pan. reform but it. states thai t I legislation without passage the Jim Wershow growers. the privilege of price.sup
GULF: South and southeast tSh. ; invoking a member of
1SMercury .
,HAYDON BURNS Education "I make no pie-eyed promises knot winds this afternoon and even- above Jupiter. the indemnification for this port and also are required tGpay
Venus high above and of the cloture rule. This the tobacco
",:Mathews said. "I've been Ing becoming south to southwest 15 Jupiter in advance.. : means advisory committeeof
is one of the most vital to 22 knots Friday. Partly cloudy. Mercury and much land must be paid that two-thirds of those voting the Florida Farm Bureau a marketing quota penalty
issues in the state. He termed reading a new comic strip this -and in cash." would have from the product of their excess
to approve applying said this morning that he is
week. Here I have the cartoonthe 'is count r
the financial approach to education "Brazil the noly %) debate limitation. acreage.
a with
"as archaic day after the election of in Latin America with such a checking Washington and
as our constitution
Therein lies the dilemma of the State ASCS office to if of Agriculture Or-
Dickinson that 'Daddy, said. "Anc seethe Secretary
itself. says, @ restriction, Pareja
fottuamFLORENCE
< Sen. Hubert H.
Humphrey; D- restraining order applies In ville Freeman last fall orderedthe
"Reapportionment is the only where are you gonna get all this provision makes presenl t l
Minn. floor
for the Florida
the to for this?' unworkable manager where Type 14 tobaccois I 10 per cent cut for Type 14
businesslike resolving
approach to money pay land reform programs '
bill, and the Democrats and Re-
grown. (flue-cured) tobacco. ..
our dollar problems now and He favored a phosphate. tax !"

for the future," Burns said. He but not for Umber unless real RIGSBY tion Dept., athletic director and Goulart was trying to get this

advocated a reallocation of exIsting estate tax relief is provided for STARKE Florence Mar trainer for several years. provision changed Pareja added -

taxes and a user tax .or timber. Rigsby, 67, died here Wednesdayafter and "this is a problem whit]h On May 5th Vote For The

sales tax to provide more funds Mathews advocated a lieutenant an extended illness. Mrs. JOSEPH DAVIS the regime of Ranieri Mazzi]
Rigsby was born in Bradford OTTER CREEK Joseph S.
for education. governor, constituional revision Brazilian
-
Burns said he did not know if and annual legislative County on Nov. 14, 1896. She Davis, 91, died in a West Flor- (newly) will installed have to deal will president }h.

I a.severance tax would be justified sessions. was a member of the Order of ida Hospital Tuesday after an BEST 4t
for natural resources. FRED DICKINSON "The Easten Star and the First Baptist 1 extended illness.A very shortly. QUALIFIED ,

KEN FOLKS (Republican- greatest single problem is the Church of Starke. native of Alabama, he had

"My platform is based on three need for strength through the Survivors include her, husband lived in this area for the last An active separatist movemen

r's-rewrite the constitution, reapportion governor's leadership for'com- Dempsey L. Rigsby Sr., 40 years. M
in the Welsh .
has persisted per
the legislature and plete constitutional revision so of Starke a daughter, Mrs. Mat- Survivors include two daughters she Henry I II
reorganize state government." the basic document of the state tie Belle Rowe of Jacksonville, Mrs. M. D. Barber Fairbanks insula ever in 15 6.
welded it to England
:He called for senatorial districts gives proper leadership for the a son, Dempsey L. Rigsby Jr., and Mrs. Vera Lahmeyer CANDIDATE.FOR

: for each 100,000 people next 100 years of Florida's history of Clearwater a brother OwenW. Jacksonville; two sons, Ernest .
Sun
-1 and representatives for each ," Dickinson said. Marr of Mims., and two Otter Creek, and John, Gainesville

23,000 people. He said the revision should grandchildren. Virgin Islands; 20 grandchil- Published evenings except I

-I .Folks recommended abolishing include complete reapportionment Services will be conductedat dren, 30 great grandchildren Saturday and Sunday mom- : ALACHUA COUNTY

many of the 30 boards and with regular 10-year re-I the First Baptist Church ol f: and three great great grand Ings lishing by Company the 'Gainesville at 101 Pub SE SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC

commissions under the state I!vision. Starke on Friday at 1 pan., with I children. 2nd Place. Gainesville. Florida INSTRUCTION
cabinet, including abolishing the Dickinson called for Ion g- the Rev. W. A.: Hogan officiat Funeral services will be at and entered as second class ,
milk commission.BOB range road planning and indus- matter at the Post Office at
ing. Burial will be at Riverside 4 p.m. tomorrow at gravesidein I .
.
; FOSTER (Republican trial salesmanship, .adding a Memorial Park in Jacksonvilleat Rocky Hammock Cemeterynear Gainesville. Florida.CIRCULATION : There
He, advocated fair reapportionment tourist commission to replacethe here. Knauff Funeral RATES BY are many ways you can Judge political can
2:30: p.m. on Friday. i
with a proposal of a corporate hotel and restaurant com- Home is in CARRIER OR MAIL didates. Much
depends
Dewitt C. Jones Funeral Homeof charge. upon the type job being .,
plan based on populationwith mission. < 1 Week .45 ;
voters being similar to corporation He advocated having a 'lieu .Starke is in charge. ALISA WILLIAMSON 3 Mos. $5.85 sought. In a contest where so much is at stake- ;t

stockholders.He tenant governor. DR. R.. G. MANCHESTERWord Three-day-old Alisa Williamson All man subscriptions mint where the education and welfare of our childrenare k
also advocated a change in Dickinson cited, the growing has been received hereof daughter of Mr. and Mrs. be paid in advance. '

state population and, the need to har Curtis Williamson of Welaka, j involved-your
highway construction: the death in New Smyrna Member of Audit Bureau of responsibility Is great to make ..
specifications. ness the state's growth and the Beach of Dr. Raymond G. Manchester died Tuesday at. Alachua Gen I
.Foster said he was for a severance growing. economy. last week. eral Hospital. Circulation.All the best possible choice. During this race, take the

tax, noting that many of He called for 'repeal oi the Dr. Manchester came to Funeral services were at 9:30 i the material property contained ef the' Gainesville herein Isi time to carefully study the qualifications of each _
the candidates were members of intangible tar:terming it "horse G a i n e sville in 1920 where he ajn. today in Hfllcrest Memorial I Publishing Company (c) 1964. Reproduction Is-
I I In
In.whole or part
_ previous legislatures and ."it'seasy and buggy,,legislation in a guid- served as head of the University Park with Dr. U. S. Gordon strictly forbidden without the writtenI .. candidate: and cast your vote for the best qualified '

to see.why they didn't i get ed missile age." of.:Florida Physical Educa officiating. permission of the publisher. .. candidate. Here's how he feels 1

it done in the legislature.-I .-.: -: "-.' ''' :l.-: ., '/ :...., ..'..': . ,., :.; \, on some of
ROBERT KING HIGH-- He ._ ; : the vital issues In the county school system

cited Florida as having one of '
the highest consumer tax basesin '
.
'
the country can gJotforc: : :

ing special interests, "such as '" ,. -
phosphate timber and miner : HARRY EVANS BELIEVES iisouT

als" to contribute.their.share of .._ 1
-- : PROGRAM OF
state taxes. PUBLIC SCHOOL

:"Fair apportionment is one EDUCATION
of the most vital issues ,in this WHY TRAVEL FOR EVERY CHILD:

state" High said..

lie advocated financial policy 30 TO 40 MILES! 1. Inc quality program of education in the essentials-

revision.noting that.$24 million Reading, Writing and Arithmetic.

in state funds is banked in state 2. Every child should receive training according to his '

banks where no interest is ac- maximum capabilities and his fullest needs.

crued. 3. The schools should be responsible for o sound .
counseling
I
:High favored a severance tax. Get-Acquainted and guidance program through all the grades. *- :
;
:CHARLES HOLLEY (Republican 4. The schools and parents should work together for ,
)-Called for reapportion- ... the over-all growth of the child. '. :. i .t-.

ment based strictly on population ;} 5. The best in libraries should be provided to increase

for one house and equal /I v ; the learning potential of each student that none be held

representation from each county back .
in the other. 6. We need adequate school buildings to house every area

"The next session of the legis- of our children's education. ,..
.
lature will b?. another tax session 7. Your School Superintendent should have the business. :;.

," Holley said. "It's boundto and' professional experience necessary to economically .:":

happen. And unless you havea administer the business affairs of the office. ;:

governor who will veto both 8. Your School Superintendent should have the professional .?_'. -. .".: J:" -

appropriations and taxation, experience and training to offer positive leadership in'. -' v .:::
yfcu're going to have more tax- on all school affairs including practical and effective curr- .'- : *<.....'
es. Consumer taxes either on iculum development. .' '.:: .:V "- :::

groceries or an increased sales 9. In free "Free Public Schools"-not In a fee system ...:......:""._T:;_.:.
tax. for parents to pay. There should be less fees instead-- ,:- -H!
:;;, :: = '
:He opposed a severance tax. Wines & of more. **. *., "T ... L _.- .
.
FRED KARL Karl said he I 10. That dedicated teachers should have job security;,and,' *," :" ,'..

felt the most urgent problem in local teachers should have first consideration for promotions .

the state is the people of Florida and openings. .".. _- _. 4
"who don't care about the state 11. We must always be looking at our school system and .-w: : :' '

or state government" other school systems to compare and evaluate so that : 'T"T: : _:: .

:"If (they do not get togetherand Liquors at all times we will!( have.not mediocrity but the bestr. 7"*"*"" '=. .

care) we will level off to a .' -.-- .-__ ..
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plateau be a disgrace of mediocrity for years that will to by\ bottle and case HARRY EVANS BELIEVES IN A ...E... .

come He,"advocated Karl said.a strong proposal COOPERATIVE APPROACH' TO SCHOOL ..:

for immediate reappor- WE WILL MEET ALL PROBLEMS IN ALACHUA COUNTY
tionment, promising to call a

special session of the legislature f ..
PRICES IN THIS AREA 1. All, governmental should
soon after taking office to agencies cooperate in providing :: .
reapportion the legislature.Karl quality schools. _. :
favored a severance tax 2. All suggestions and ideas of parents and lay people should -: T..l.' '

on phosphate and minerals but be listened to with careful consideration and respect in ,. -:. :: 0
WE THANK YOU THE PUBLIC FOR VOTING
.
not timber. I providing quality schools. _,_ '" _.-- __ .
.- THIS COUNTY WET. AND OFFER THESE LOW I 3. PARENT TEACHERS ASSOCIATIONS are essential so : ..-,..,C: : :., .
.
:SCOTT KELLY Campaigning PRICES'TO SHOW OUR APPRECIATION. are ,
parents teachers and school officials can talk and work. -- ': .
on a businessman's ap- in the motel and restaurant business and our package together for quality schools. .. .. '.' '
proach to the governorship, Kel store is an accommodation to you. : :
4. The help of all civic and professional groups should be = '_
.
ly called for fiscal responsibility 2 encouraged and enlisted to work together for quality { .
L ::
and budget trimming. .. education .
;He advocated the ,repeal of: The University Inn" : .. 5. The School Superintendent should utilize the professional .
the license tag increase.On .
knowledge and skills of the classroom teachers
: reapportionment Kelly the prinrioals and other employees for the building of quality '
said he felt one house should be eduatton in Alachua
based; on population and the f County
ci\Y
other on geography and economic DISCOUNT LIQUORS :

"Simply affinity.adding .numbers win Vote For The Best Qualified Candidate .

not get fair apporjBonjn.entr;

Kelly added. .- _- : : Vote For :

.He noted be will establish a >,
:
_
ommisslon on the s'tatus of women .
and plans to name a woman ,..;:
to the State Board of Control ALWAYS ;;* HARRY EVANS ;


I "Women can have-a'gratfnifluenee .__ ___ ._.1901. S.W. 13th Street Ph. 2-6333: .DISCOUNT .
_'
to make sure our children SORRY.. .. NO DELIVERIES! for Superintendent of Public Instruction "t :
SALES ,
are treated .properly-aid._ .. : .. ... .. ., ,:; i.. !. ',* .:
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EDITOR'S
NOTE
For members of the Arizona Houseof
passed the Arizona bar examination are being ac-
those with courage and tena- Representatives. and entered private law for art CAPE KENNEDY (AP) -An satellite devices for detecting an..
I cepted an eight-week
city, blindness is not an over I Case HistoriesOf Atlas missile carried its 'own enemy radar screen. :
practice. class that's scheduled to start
Like .
whelming most he's a'Democrat
handicap. The following ; scientific
)launching pad, a pack-
Elected
to the
special report tells of like some, he's an attorney; like Arizona Housein Saturday morning in the City Tacked to the side of the Atlar
and
a tWo cases-In Phoenex, Ariz., none other, he's blind. 1962, Vanlandingham becamean Recreation Center on Boulevard. age a deceptive new warhead was a package of eight scientsf"
Courage Tenacityglaucoma expert in picking legal flawsin There'll be fee for the on a successful 5,000-mile
and Gettysburg, Pa.) "Being blind may limit your, legislation. Hewould have a $4 test flight Wednesday.As ic instruments to take readingsof
sight," Vanlandingham says,I course. the ionosphere, magnetic field
.. "but it certainly shouldn't bother each bill read once, then once Elementary school children the rocket soared skyward radiation and radio waves produced '
"- By BOB WOOD your vision." an ailment that slowly rushing over page after page." again. By the session's end, he must pay the fee and registerat an 815-pound'seven-foot canister by extra terrestrial
PHOENIX, Ariz. (AP) -John blinded him. "It was the finest training had stored in his mind the basic the center before the class attached to the side rotated 45 sources. .
Vanlandingham is one of the 80 Vanlandingham's vision is to Through the lower grades and possible for both of us. He be- wording of some 600 bills. starts. degrees into firing position. At .4M
become the
s attorney general of into high school, Vanlandingham came an excellent reader and I "I hope no one will be too shy They can register from 8 a.m. 155 seconds after launching, a
Arizona in
the forthcoming elec- attended a class for the blind listener." in
in excellent the
an coming campaign con- to 5 tomorrow. The course
p.m. 57.5-inch rocket in a canister
"The
tions. Theater of the World-
.Fifth,, Member Kansas City. Two years later Vanlandingham -cerning my blindness," Va- material will include instructionin tube darted from the fly-
Thirty-seven years ago on a "Then I decided it was time entered Washburn Univer- landingham said. "I will not all types of painting. launch away published in 1570, was the first..
ing pedestal. Thirty-five I N
Of Jax Police ranch in Kingman County, Kan., to try a public high school. I had sity at Topeka Kan., where he mention this fact, nor will I try seconds later a second rocket:modern atlas. It was the brainchild -
when he was 5-John Vanland- to live the rest of my life with received a law degree. to hide it." of an Antwerp businessman -"
blasted
I off.
ingham was stricken with scarlet the sighted," he explained. I After graduation in 1944, Van' "I hope they ask me, 'How the. Whe a worker on Cyprus is who became annoyed at
.Faces Charges fever. The disease brought "My younger brother had the landingham served a term as hell can a blind man do the job'out of a job, his friends say he Each piggyback rocket car- the bewildering array of map"j
job of reading to me from the Kingman county attorney and of attorney general By golly, is "sitting." Unemployed men ried radiometers to measure in- shapes, sizes and projection
.JACKSONVILLE (AP) A Religious textbooks" Vanlandingham re-II then was forced by illness to' I'll tell them how." often literally sit still all day to frared and ultraviolet radiation then available. Finally, he commissioned -?.
fifth member of the Jacksonville oDeaths calls. "He hated the task and seek the warmth of Arizona.. I He is married and the fatherof avoid stimulating their ap' emitted by the Atlas exhaust. a draftsman to draw,

(police charge department of taking a today payoff faced from a Rise would read as fast as he could,I With the help of a reader, he four children. petites. I The study could help develop :maps of uniform__ size.u ___ ___ i

gamblers (c) New York Times -
NEW DELHI Casualties in -- ;
Detective Sgt.Paul H. Short,
47was religious violence in eastern India .
; arrested yesterday at
in March to have
home appear
and released under $1,500
been at least five times o
bond. He was charged with as greatas tiY
ac-
'cepting $20 from Hodges McGree official estimates indicated, ZAIRE'S 40
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'- identified by Sheriff Dale according to reports from Rour- LEADING YEAR
kela in the state of Orissa by I
AMERICA
:Carson: as a. known Negro German industrial observers. N fA
gambler, on Feb. 9, 1964. TO GREATER
,FQUT,other members of the de- They estimate that 180 persons VALUES ANNIVERSARY VALUE
partment were arrested Monday virtually all Moslems,
:''pn charges of accepting bribes.; died in Rourkela and that 120 40 Y ,
'All ZALE'S CONTINUES TO GROW IN ORDER TO BRING YOU BIGGER AND BETTER VALUESJ I Money
are free under bonds of died in the nearby township of

,c1,500.,each. KansbahaL In addition, these .
.2.Carson said the police"officers I sources report, a Moslem Basti I DownTake i
:rare charged with working with I or shantytown named Jalda
:3ocal gamblers by receiving pro I" where there were more than -
jection payments of substantial" 1,000 inhabitants was "wipedout. CI' a .- of \ Months to I '

Amounts. In return,the police of- ." All persons who lived 'I ;;- "'" ,
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:,: .,THESOUTH Krm tforfc ,irtutre nominated. Here is the way gon which puts him In the support him even in the crisis ,.

By JAMES RESTONWASHINGTON the record looked from Febrace, yet he is not allowing a of a stalemated Conven
BAKJUSON" PretUcat <
i :' Tom K. M The feel- ruary to July of that year: campaign to be organized in
.. ; .., '.' '0, ,PaltU era PAT COWLES. Tk Frett- tion.All
r ,'.:ro,: ;"dtlED :JOHNSON, Tic FrtiUeatia4 ing among the political professionals they are asking is that
.. .Beautiful Este. n :diUtt W. G. Bill here is that time is Kennedy Stevenson Johnson Symington Humphrey he give his candidacy a ..
'. f'i. EBEJtS ,u:. Tie Presides ml< A4vertbtoc running out on Gov. Scrantonof February = 35 23 13' 5 6 chance in Oregon af least

.= a 'UnIversity. City '- '' : ; Tic Director' President'Boa an*"TABTAGLIONE CUemU-- .PmlJtMr- By RALPH. McGILL Pafclljhcr Pennsylvania: That he March 34 23 15 6 5 permit as much organized
Prfa
Winning
must make for the May 41 21 11 7 0 propaganda on TV as Lodge
_. .. U btara(er Of tits AtluU (Ga.) CM.tlt.UM a move
presidential nomination in the June 42 24 14 8 0 will have. So far, however

; -_ i .". .e.*:sTHE SUN'S POLICY ., : Oregon primary election or July 41 25 16 7 0 he has refused to cooperate.His .
ThanksFor forget it. position is that the convention

+ : ,"_. ..: 1. Report the news fully and Impartially In ,the .news columns. -\.' ;.. ; : This is based on the belief It is conceivable that the his behalf. will come to him if it

2. Express the opinions of the Sun In--but only In-e editorials :< '::,.. ., .;., ,: that the Governor's waiting special circumstances of 1964 This is why his friends are wants him, but the historic
S :tAff :.f 3.. Publish all sides of important .controversial l issues. 'i ; : : I games is not paying off. He could break this pattern. All urging him to change his tac- record indicates that conventions -

: :i\ ;"ij The Sun's' telephones: All Departments 372-8441 _:f:. :.t'--- is not moving up in the public the Republican possibilitiesare tics. If he does not, the ex- turn not to candidatesnear '
opinion polls. He is still not running well behind Presi- pectation is that he will run the bottom of the popu-
: .
.
.: :. J, Want' Ads 376-4672 --" well-known in the country., He dent Johnson in the polls. behind Lodge and make it larity polls, but to the man at i

Article 6A is convincing the pros that he Therefore the GOP has to difficult for Eisenhower to the top.Wilson .

really is not very enthusiastic gamble on somebody. For-

: : Fun in the Sun about being nominated, and mer Vice President Nixon ON THE RIGHT =
the historic record is very seems to be doing better in
number of Southern much against candidates who the straw votes against the
1 '(News item: St. Augustine police Yankees when their boats roundedthe states continue, to offer exam- do not lead in the opinion President than any of the

: ,= quell civil rights demonstrations lip of the inlet in 1863 and how ples by state officers and polls. others, but all of them have FulbrightRides k

: with use of dogs.) we chopped down our flag polesso judges who seek, in cases in- Malcolm .Moos, the Johns strong opposition within the ,
ranks of the with ,the
Hopkins historian and speech party
no Union stars and stripes volving constitutional rights,
writer for President Eisen- possible exception of Scran-
:. Come to our city, you seekers of would fly from our proud ramparts.And to deny federal jurisdiction.What hower, has recently noted that ton. Again

.: fun and sun. We have beaches and this does to the aver- for the last 36 years both ma- tr

: wax museums and scenic drives ( hear the snarl of our dogs.) age citizen's understanding of jor political parties'' have nominated THE PROSPECT, therefore By WILLIAM

: t and oldest schoolhouses and the his nation's processes of law, the popular favorite, is that nobody will be F. BUCKLEY f

: Fountain of Youth. See the mighty fort, where Span- the courts and civil lib- or at least the candidate lead- able to get a majority of the' Before jumping all over took it into his head
erties of all not ing in the popularity polls. GOP votes in the first two or Senator Fulbright it to !
persons may seems make the world safe for
ish defenders bled, and where be-
ballots and that the
yet be measured. But that three to me correct to give him democracy. Senator F u I.
.: (And dogs.) i1 ; trayed Osceola brooded in stoic In- the effect is harmful and the THIS WAS EVEN true In party will be under heavy credit on a couple of points bright is practical rather than

I dian silence before he was shipped continuation of such prac: 1940 when Wendell, Willkie pressure to settle things in where he is not likely to get it. man of the Senate Foreign

: Glory in our sand and surf and north to die in an alien land. tices is a disservice to national made a late run to win the private rather than dramatize Those on the public scene who Relations Committee is taking -

sun, and frolic with our belles, and in an alien land. and community compre- Republican nomination. Even its divisions. to the tele- are supporting himprimarily the position.. that we have
vision audience.In
hension of a responsibilitycommon in'January of 1940, Willkie was members of the American not and should not have had
marvel at our churches, stroll our not listed in the Poll such a position, the in- Left-are in the
to us all may not be Gallup very carefully ignoring past, any "proper quar-
narrow streets, toss coins into our (And see our dogs.) doubted.IN while Gov. Thomas E. Dewey tervention of Eisenhow those passages in his rel" with Trujillo, or Peron

., fountains and see our olden armor of New York was leading with could be important, and the declaration hick flatly chal- or Salazar or Franco, or Perez -

and weapons and tapestries and To the east of us men gather in ALL CASES involving 56 per cent of the vote. But by guess here is that, in a stale- lenge some of their most cher- Jimenez, or Chiang Kai-
constitutional questions the June of 1940, Willkie had cooperated mate, he would turn either to ished assumptions.One shek or Duvalier, or Voer- I
: snuff boxes. the nets for fish and to the west of us to Scranton.
federal court has the ultimate with the leaders of Lodge or word who do not, and never .
wonders how
men ply the earth for potatoes and Again however the Oregon many people
his and led the ,
authority. That it is party :: polls have threatened or conspired
necessary
(And our dogs.) to the south of us men thrust is plain. If the various with 44 per cent of the vote to primary could be importantand who are aware of the great against the essential interestsof

rockets at the moon. state courts at ,the whims or 29 per cent for, Dewey.In maybe even decisive. IfLodge's fuss the Senator has kickedup the United States.

Clip-clop around our public square < prejudices of judges or gov- March of 1952, Gen. Eis- political propagandais are aware that he pronounced If those people who have
effective there it
as as was
in 'the horse drawn surrey and (But only we have dogs.) ernors, could interpret the enhower was trailing Sen. in New Hampshire, he could 'a theoretical position applauded Senator Fulbright
Constitution to suit their Robert A. Taft of Ohio by 33 on foreign policy whichis for the other
own things he said
,listen to the darkie spiel and see per cent to 34 per'cent in the still get the nomination. Despite dear to the conservative ,
would would
it be
far'as
purposes possi- go so to register
where the cannon balJ'embedded Bring your dollars and your: ble for many differing decis- polls, but even he felt obligedto his New England advan- heart. The key sentence: their approval of the Senator's

and the slaves were sold and the bright hopes for pleasure, and.we, ions to be made. A defend- return from his commandin tage in the New Hampshiretest "Insofar as a nation is con- re-affirmation of this tradi- r

Spanish prayed. will 'show _you good will and',:full ant's constitutional rights Paris and campaign actively not ,wholly his political regional.appeal He was was tent to practice its doctrines tional doctrine, the occasion
for the nomination before
within
its
frontiers that
own ,
measure and the treasures of this might be protected in one the convention. Thus by June presented to the voters on nation however would be historic indeed. American
repugnantits
(And our dogs.) life.- ,. state and denied in another. of 1952, he had taken.the lead television clips and pamphletsas ideology, is one with whichwe foreign policy would
f henceforward be liberated
When the Constitution was
over Taft 44 cent to 35 an experienced man doinga have "
per per no proper quarrel.
written the from the. messianic cultural
founding fathers
Hear how' we' rebelled against thePlaying ,(And our dogs.) wisely wrote into it provi- cent the and convention.This was duly. nominatedby hard job in Viet Nam. Never mind that, in the con- imperialism which has resulted -

sions that gave the federal HE WAS SHOWN as a text of his speech, the Senatorwas over the years, In methodological

Ike courts authority on all consti- pattern has held consistently soldier in the war as a sena- more or less suggestingthat chaos.A .
to
II Up, tutional questions. This provi- for two generationsand tor in Washington, as a 'diplomat increasingly the Soviet second enormously sound
sion is wide and complete. tends to refute the idea opposing the Commu- Union itself, nudges towards point made by Senator Ful

: The role that will be played by have preferred that the visit not be There are no "ifs" in it. that the nominating conven- nists in the UN and Southeast this category ("how the Soviet bright is practical rather than

: President Eisenhower in the selection publ cized.- Senator Goldwater, it :appears The authority for the prim- tions are deliberative bodies Asia. as a friend and princi- Union organizes its in- theoretical, and relates to.our

of the Republican presidential made certain that the news acy of the federal constitu- that the weigh the qualificationsof claimants. pal aide to Eisenhower. This ternal lifer the gods and doc- present policy towards Castro's -

would leak out. In coming weeks tion which incident ally competing same technique is being plan- trines it worships, are mattersfor Cuba which he says

: and vice-presidential nominees, ,a', makes preposterous the claimof ned again for Oregon and if the Soviet to determine"), makes no, sense at alL: He
i'w.e RATHER, the record since
matter of speculation. So far the : probably see.a number of other "state sovereignty" as ar- he wins there, the general as- and that that tactical misap- is absolutely correct.
.
hopefuls beating a path to-the Eisenhower gued by those of oratorical or 1923 suggests merely that the sumption among the professionals prehension could be infinitely
former president has studiously door. demagogic turn of mind, is conventions pick: the man already in Washington is that dangerous.AS HE SAYS THAT there are

avoided the appearance.. of playing found in the second-and third established as the popular he will resign his position and three alternative positions toward

favori&-..:-:-=-;-. ...;;:; ."..H1Ad"''' .tl ur't'; Ii The.'\! :''htl power C and'i influence attributed .. .paragraphs of Article, Six. favorite in the newspaperand come home.Scranton's. THEORY it is impeccable Cuba. The first is to oust
... periodical polls.;
.-_ .- to Eisenhower These paragraphs have been situation is even calling into question the Castro, if necessary by forceof
He has said that in party mattersis there since 1789 and are un- Thus, John F. Kennedy took worse in Oregon' than it was whole thrust of American for- arms. This alternative he
only he would somewhat in contrast to the attitude changed. They read: an early lead in the polls in j in New Hampshire, for his eign policy since that awful rejects as likely to bring on

like to --see-Jhe party have, an,_opportunity '. expressed by quite a number of 1960 and held it until he was name is on the ballot in Ore- moment when Mr. Woodrow a third world war-thereby of

: to choose among a number four "THIS CONSTITUTION and course displaying the lack of
I party leaders years ago. At that
of good prospects. He "has had tjme he was criticized for not having the laws of the United States DEAN OF INTERPRETIVE NEWS COLUMNISTS urbanity which he so deploresin

some kind words for most of those_ been active enough in which shall be made in pur- his fellow countrymen.The .

who have been mentioned strengtheningthe suance thereof. .shall be the second alternative Is to
., actively seeking the nomination.or .are., Republican Party or in helping supreme law of the land, and The Price of Free Debate do what we are doing, namely,
out in
the Nixon
campaign. Some the in
judges every state shall attempt an economic and political

felt he had been reluctant to identi- be bound theeby, anything in By WALTER LD7PMANN government, which are 'always One is*that he did not exam- boycott of Cuba. This

It is becoming increasingly appar- fy .himself closely with the party, organization the constitution or laws of A speech like Sen. J. W. Ful- unitary, it is hard for ine the changing problems of alternative, he says quite

ent, though, that most of those.in the and its objectives. any state to the contrary not- bright's on the myths and er- them to believe that the sena- the Western Alliance as they rightly, is doomed to failure

running would like very much to' withstanding."The rors of certain of our foreign tor was not the authorized are being emphasized by the because we have seen, that

establish a close relationship with It may be that Ike, has felt Senators and Repre- policies amounts to an insistence spokesman of the President or impact of General De Gaulle. there is no effective way in
some sentatives before mentionedof which to constrain
: that freedom of debate that he could differ deeply The other point is what he our allies
Ike whether
they get his personal regrets about his earlier role. But the United States to with
(
Con- along
regardless comes ahead of politics at with the President's adminis- said and did not say about go us, certainlynot
endorsement or not. of the reasons President gress) and the members of home or reasons of state tration and yet be nonethelessa our Cuban policy.He he emphasizes-and this

I Eisenhower does seem to have acquired the several state legislatures, abroad. friendly and loyal supporter aid. in the speech that is a point others and I have

= Senator Barry Goldwater's two a role of leadership today that no'other and all executive and judicial ,.Only in America could both there have been "three op tirelessly, if tiresomely.. put
officers, both of the United There;is no doubt that there be true forward for months and
hour visit with him provided a propositions at the tions open to the United
party leader cares to challenge.It States and of the several are risks in free discussionand time. months-If we ourselves feel
same States with "
strong hint of this attitude. General will ';)e interesting to that there is a price to respect to Cuba. free to trade
see _how or states, shall be bound by oath One, removal of Castro with the Soviet
: Eisenhower, it was reported, would if he uses it. or affirmation to support this be paid for it. But it is not THE DISADVANTAGES of and occupying the by Island invading Union whenever the spirit, or

.. Constitution ." possible to make an omelet free discussion of foreign affairs ; two the use of the the farm surplus! moves us.

This is quite plain. The fact without breaking eggs. It is are obvious enough. boycott to undermine and The third alternative-Mr.
not for the Democratic
that some governors, legislatures possible Thus, to admit from a high bring down the (Castro) regime Fulbright's alternative Is
chairman of the
Voice of the and judges have failedto Relations Committee Foreign place that some policy may and three, "acceptance to look the world in the face,
abide by their oath or affirmation to call need to be revised does of
-I People II in question certain policies of encourage the Communist regime as and say, like realistic. little
does not alter it. not only those who
the Democratic administration op- a disagreeable reality and an- gentlemen: Well, friends; it
I Governor Faubus of Arkansas without giving aid and pose the policy for good reasons noyance." didn't work: So let us recast

: I_ On The Sun's II was the first governor in comfort to the some opposition at but also those who op- In my view there is a fourth our attitude towards t Cajtro,
.' Opinion PageOpinions ==== I modern times to attempt to home and causing disturbance pose it for bad reasons. But option. It is not invasion, oc- forget the boycott, and simply

end comments of Sun interpose his authority in de- abroad. this is the price we pay for cupation or blocakade, or the treat him as a pestilential!

and bear the fiance of a court order on a the kind of government we effort to organize an international Caribbean nuisance, unworthy i
Hp soa words and mud b.SrSSSHlMlSit constitutional question.PRESIDENT The real question, however, have. boycott, to destroy of the brunt of our inef 1
J the right to r.l.ct any is whether freedom of debateis If there were no Fulbright, Castro. The fourth option is fective displeasure.

EISENHOWER worth the price. to insist on debate, there is the use of our own boy-
"
; lIo, to PrepareFor is in my opinion a matterfor gooders from the north. How- having taken the solemn PRIME REASON would be no official and leg- cott, supported voluntarily by I AGREE that the second

the individual It should ever, since at least a token oath to protect and defend the like, Senator why a itimate way of holding the countries which wish to support alternative which in fact the
Integration Constitution, of course sent in speech FuJ.bright's executive branch accountableand to United States has
prerogative be his to choose integration is bound to come us, put pressure on selected, is
much dis-
causes so of
either troops to enforce the law. He compelling it to reexamine Castro. devoid of any sense at alL Our
After his friends and ,associates of voluntarflly or by court turbance abroad is that our its policies.In .
EDITOR Sun
: considerable edict I would suggest that did not do so until be had ex- boycott of Cuba, in the con-
we American
travel over the rest whatever race. It should not find a way to select, those hausted every possible the way of is conducting a parliamentary govern- THE PURPOSE of this pressure text of our refusal to boycott

of our country and seeing at and cannot be a matter of who will be first to enter the means to bring about com- government unique ment, the executive has no would not be to destroy Russia is an act, pure and
workable legislation and the In both among great powers of the fixed tenure of office. The op- Castro. That is simple of
: first hand the results of unrest ; bloodstream of our southern pliance. 'Mississippi world. Leaving out authoritarian probably im- petulance. It involves
among a segment of our worst impediment that could way of life. and Alabama, Governors Bar- ponents of a policy can there- possible to accomplish by our saying, in effect,
:: be thrown in the path of bet- nett and Wallace similarly re- governments where fore make their case, and, if such means. The purpose that we do not have the nerveor
population I wondre if the
ter relations Much better to make there is no such thing-as free they can win the house, they would be Induce the
biggest causes might He in race would be the fused to accept federal court to him to try stamina to drive Castro
the ineptitude of our leader! laws to force them. choice ours than be forced to orders on constitutional decisf and open. debate of government can take over the executive to come to terms with the out of Cuba but that we
assimilate the choice o f ions. The Oxford riots which! policies I can think of responsibility. Such a thing community of American must-for so long as pub1icopInit'n
ship-both white and bl3ck-
; The
and the northern stupid and vote-hungry CORE with its lunatic fringe lasted an one night and into no democratic government being impossible in the,American states. That may wen become is so highly formalized -
press as exemplified politicians of the North seem bf whites or Bobby Kennedy. the where a man in the senator's system, we have to make possible when the Soviet against him-do something
next day, brought
by the notorious! on
incapable official
of understanding position could have do with coordinate branches forces which to convince the American
New York Times. this basic fact-and JOHN W. HASTINGS an attack on federal marshals made are now with- pea
are trying such a searching criti which in favorable times are drawing, have an been with- pIe that we are seriously anti-
and made
: In the north where the lead- to enact this unworkable typeof of necessary the cism of his own party's actions separate, but friendly.The drawn and when Castro offers Castro. Like, for instance,.re
use troops.If
: ership of the whites vies for legislation; and it is just without setting.off a ma- price we pay for free to give guarantees against fusing to smoke Havana
: the black vote they pass laws 'possible they may have the InstantGoldicater it were not for a federal jor political explosion.It debate rises when revolutionary intervention and cigars. If indeed we rule out

beamed at winning this vote numbers to put it across. In constitution and a federal ju- could not have happened debate is scarce and falls subversion on the territory of alternative one, namely, the
: and the press'angles for read the South our politicians do ; diciary and a national government at ,all in a parliamentary de when there is plenty of it. his Latin neighbors. liberation of Cuba by the most
committed
'
to the
When the not seem to have the answer'or equal mocracy like that of Britain. Senator Fulbright spoke out In
ers. Negro finds of the the fourth option we do appropriate means, we must
application
law state
a
: that laws are unworkable and the means for successful (Baltimore Son) would, or could, exist. The If anything like it occurred when it had been a very long not use force to destroy Castro Inevitably slide on towards alternative
: the flowery lingo of the press combat and are stalling for rights of the citizen might be there, either the government time since any public man but we do use our un- three.
is empty he becomes putty in time in the hope that some- Senator Goldwater, by agreement would fan or the senator discussed publicly the premises doubted economic
the hands of his opportunistic thing may turn up favorable of all who know l him, is upheld in one state and den- would resign his office. But and assumptions of our induce him to power to Alas the Senator, In the
negotiate
leadership-marches .and lies for our. side. a likeable man personally. He ied in another. nothing like that win happen foreign policy. The truths of iously for a tolerable ser- balance of his address made
status
is also an honest man. He is The officials, governors and here and matter of fact the about as many profound
in the streets clutters the as a middle1950s are still the I inside the American
It seems to me that here Inaiz.esyU1e.1Ve also a man of vivid speech.He lesser local leaders who have there has been no explosion. stereotypes of commun errors as one can make in a
public offices 'and fouls American
the :
up } ,have .taken a is full of bold words and confused this issue by arous This is the thing which ity. foreign policy statement,. recalling -
.. thinking about
very
foreign
o63erly routines of n11ll ns: affairs. I count it
step in' the right direction'with an example of from
phrases a good hand with the ing local emotions and attempting foreigners find it -so hard to the value of yesteryear, the ,
Here in the South there arethose the formation of a bi-rac- quick metaphor, the instant to blacken or deny understand that there are NATURALLY Senator Fulbrigbt's statement about Senator Ful
in
who are trying to kid Tal committee, and at least smDe. He says what he the Constitution that protectsus indeed two coordinate branches the kind of debate ENOUGH that Senator .made speech that he has bright by an exasperated col-
U"fout of facing for the time being have post- thinks, and it with all Cuban policy which has league who, after
up'to new says no can hardly be said to of this peculiar government Fulbright has surveying
trends and realities ,, ,poned, the invasion of radical ifs, and or bats. The sad be in precipitate so often been discussed in so his spotty ]
best
,_,_--.,,,-- .acting the interestsof ed there are debatable 1 record sjgheg jhat
u ''lib nds many hysterical and so juvenile
.r ih prcJeislojialJrouVlble : .trouble is That got away the
te does
the American
nation.or the state ; wofild'
or Familiar. they are with points. Two points in people be
In the matter of particu-1 i seriously debatable
integration '
makers and unwanted do- -even
think justified
.w .. -f very welt .." .t". .., community so involved. their very different forms 'of lar seem to ne questionable. 4< with himself Senator in Halfbrigat thinking of him--as


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JOHN R. HAEPISOX.' Preside uinMUbcri New fjorfe Eimra nominated. Here !is the way gon which puts him in the support him even in the crisis

-J.: TAT COWLES. Tie Fred- SOUTHBy R By JAMES RESTONWASHINGTON the record looked from Febrace, yet he is not allowing a of a stalemated conven-
.
'
f dealt ED JOHN80X.' Tie rmlaemtand 'of that to be organized in
i ;" The feel- ruary to July year: campaign
W. Bill) tion.All
,ExccaUT .Editori .0.
I :, : Florida's Beautiful : they are asking is that
; tad AdTertUinc -
EBEBSOLE. Tic Freiideat ing among, the political pro-
I I. TARTAG- Kennedy Stevenson Johnson Symington Humphrey he give his candidacy a
'-' DlrecUri BOB RALPH McGILL fessionals here is that time is '
'University City' UONE. TU rr*_ldeat wd Circal* Pmliucr Prix. Winning PaklUaerOf Gov. February 35 23 13 5 6 chance in Oregon at least
running out on Scrantonof
U.B Hua er.. the AtUnU Ga.)astltaUa Pennsylvania: That he March 34 23 15 6 5 permit as much organized

must make a move for the May 41 21 11 7. 0 propaganda on TV as Lodge

.,1 THE SUNS POLICY presidential nomination in the June .42 24 14 8 0 will have. So far, however,
ThanksFor July 41 25 16 7 0 he has refused to cooperate.His .
Oregon election
_i 1. Report the news fully and impartially 'In ,the news columns. primary or position is that the con
;, 2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in-editorials forget it.
; It is conceivable that the his behalf. vention will come to him if it _
{ .. This is based the belief
,,: 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. .... on
4 "t : ... '.',":. .Jtr that the Governor's waiting special circumstances of 1964 This is why his friends are wants him, but the historic ______
: The Sun's telephones All Departments-372-8441 .:' him his tac record indicates that conven-
:: : games is not paying off. He could break this pattern. All urging change

1 .c : : .r Want Ads-376-4672 ,- I is not moving up in the public the Republican possibilitiesare tics. If he does not, the expectation -0 tions turn, not to candidates
: opinion polls. He is still not running well behind President is that he will run near the bottom of the popularity -

..7 : ': Article 6 well-known in the country. He Johnson in the polls. behind Lodge and make it polls, but to the man at

: ;: is convincing the that he Therefore the GOP has to difficult for Eisenhower to thetop.
pros
I c :: :. :: Fun in the Sun really is not very enthusiastic gamble on somebody.! _Former -

A number' of Southern about being nominated, and Vice President Nixon

.(News item: St. Augustine police Yankees when their boats roundedthe states continue to offer exam- the historic record is very seems to be doing better the in members of the Student Activities -St Peter Baptist Church win

ri quell civil rights demonstrations lip of the inlet in 1863 and how pies by state officers and do much not against lead in candidates the who President the straw than votes any against of the and Student Union staff I,conduct a joint service during

;with use of dogs.) we chopped down our flag poles judges who seek, in cases in- polls. opinion others, but all of them have members: M. G. Miles, acting:the morning worship at 11 ajn.

so no Union stars and stripes volving constitutional rights, Malcolm Moos, the Johns strong opposition within the dean of students; Charles Manning Following the services dinner

Come to our city, you seekers, of would fly from our proud ramparts.And to deny federal jurisdiction.What Hopkins historian and speech ranks of the party with the acting director of student will Galilee be served. The; pastor of the
of Scran- activities; Mrs. M. A. Foster, Baptist Church from
fun and sun. We have beaches and this does to the aver.. writer for President Eisenhower possible exception office manager; A. E. MartinJr. Hawthorne, will preach the anniversary

wax museums and scenic drives ( hear the snarl of our dogs.) age citizen's understanding of for the, has last recently 36 noted both that ma- ton. ., general supervisor of the sermon.

and oldest schoolhouses and the his nation's processes of law, jor political parties years have nominated THE PROSPECT, there- Student Union Building, &\ Ice public is invited.

Fountain of Youth. See the mighty fort, where Span- the courts and civil liberties the popular favorite, fore, is that nobody will be Mrs. Barrett, social director.

I ish defenders bled, and where be- of all persons, may not or at least the candidate leading able to get a majority of the Others assisting with arrangements CLUB PLAN MEETINGThe

trayed Osceola brooded in stoic In yet be measured. But that in the popularity polls. GOP votes in the first two or of the festival incluae: We Do Our Part Club will
i And
( dogs.)
and the
the effect is harmful three ballots, and that the John Arterberry and Gerald
meet in the home of Mrs. Ethel
I, dian silence before he was shipped continuation of such prac- THIS WAS EVEN true in party will be under heavy Hooper, Art Department; Mrs. Blake on Sunday at 3

: Glory in our sand and surf and north to die in an' alien land. tices is a disservice to national 1940 when Wendell Willkie pressure; to settle things in J. F. Blake, English "Depart. During the meeting, there p.m. will

,sun, and frolic with, our belles,'and in an alien land. -. and community comprehension made a late run to win the private rather than drama- ment; Dr. Foster, Music Department be an interesting topic discussed -
of a responsibilitycommon its divisions to the television and Miss Hillsman Department .
I ( marvel at our churches, stroll our' Republican nomination. Evenin tize which will be led by
to all not be
us
may audience.In of Educationand
narrow streets, toss coins .into our (And see our dogs.) doubted.IN January of.1940, Willkie was such the intervention Health. Physical Miss Emmogene Hutto. Follow-
fountains not listed in the Gallup Poll,' a position, ing the discussion, a repast will
and see our olden armor of Eisenhow
while Gov. Thomas E. Deweyof be served.
and weapons and tapestries and To the east of us men gather in ALL CASES involving New York was leading with could be important, and the The public is invited to be

snuff boxes. the nets for fish and to the west of\us constitutional questions the 56 per cent of the vote. But by guess here is that, in a stalemate URBAN RENEWAL present and enjoy the. rich fel
federal court has the ultimate INFORMATION
the earth for and June of 1940 Willkie had he would turn either to
men ply potatoes cooperated lowship. Mrs. H. P. Shannon,
authority. That it is neces Lodge or to Scranton. DAYTONA BEACH The
(And our dogs.) to the south of us men thrust is If the various with the leaders of Volusia County College reporter.
,* sary ,plain. his party and led the polls Again, however, the Oregon Community -
I rockets at the moon. state courts, at the whims or primary could be importantand Library is securing and
i '; with 44 per cent of the vote to BUSINESS MEETING SET
: Clip-clop around our public square prejudices of judges or governors 29 per cent for Dewey.In maybe even decisive. If collecting a variety of mater

I : fin;: the horse drawn surrey and (Butonly we have dogs.) could interpret the March of 1952, Gen. Eisenhower Lodge's political propagandais ials for use by persons inter- There will be a business meeting -
I Constitution to suit their own Sen. as effective there as it was ested in increasing their knowledge at the Shady Grove Primitive -
I ,'listen to the darkie spiel and see was trailing
purposes, it would be possi- Robert A. Taft of Ohio by 33 in New Hampshire, he could concerning Urban Renew. Baptist Church with Rev,
i i where the cannon ball embedded Bring your dollars and your ble for many differing decisions cent to 34 cent in the still get the nomination. Despite al.The P. E. Hinson, pastpr, on Satur-
per per
,/ I and the slaves ..were. sold,. and the ,bright: .hopes" for pleasure, and we to be made. A defend- polls, but even he felt obliged his New England advantage materials represent both I day, April 11, at 8 p.m.
'Spanish prayed. '. will show you goodwill' and full ant's constitutional rights to return from his commandin in the New Hampshiretest general and specific aspects and The pastor is asking all mem-

I I measure and _the treasures of this might be protected in one Paris and campaign actively his political appeal was both pro and con views of the I bers to be present. Mrs. F. D.

is. state and denied in another. for the nomination before not wholly regional. He was subject, as well as case studiesof Shannon, clerk; Rev. P. E. Hia-
And d life.
'
( )
our I
.5: When the Constitution was the convention. Thus by June presented to the voters on individual states and cities.0 son, pastor.

written the founding .fathers of 1952, he had taken the lead television clips and pamphletsas Current available materials -

f t Hear howwe. rebelled against the (And our dogs.) wisely wrote into it provi- over Taft 44 per cent to 35 per an experienced man doinga which may be used in the Library PERSONALSMr.
.. hard job in Viet Nam. include the following
l sions that gave the federal cent and was duly nominatedby :
: courts authority on all consti- the convention.This 1. City of Daytona Beach., and Mrs. James Campbell
. ; Playing Up to IkeI tutional questions. This provi- liE WAS SHOWN as a Urban Renewal Department. of Micanopy, had as their

sion is wide and complete. pattern has held con- soldier in the war, as a senator Questions and Answers on Urban -guests last Tuesday their aunt,

The role that will be played by have preferred that the visit not be There are no "ifs" in it. sistently for two generationsand in Washington, as a dip- Renewal. February, 1964. Mrs. Marie Bolen, Mrs. Helen
The authority for the primacy tends to refute the idea lomat opposing the Commu- 2. Colorado. Legislative Coun Louis, and Rev. and Mrs. S. T.
President Eisenhower in the selec- publicized. Senator Goldwater, it appears of the federal constitu- 0 that the nominating conven-. nists in the UN and Southeast cil. Urban Renewal Colorado -Johnson, all of Daytona Beach.

tion of the Republican presidentialand made certain that the news tion which, incidentally, tions are deliberative bodies Asia, as a friend and princi- : Report to the Colorado General Rev. Mr. Johnson is pastor of t

vice-presidential nominees is a would leak out. In coming weeks, makes preposterous the claimof that weigh the qualificationsof pal aide to Eisenhower. This Assembly. Research Bulletin the New Mt. Zion Baptist .'

we'll probably see a number of other "state sovereignty" as argued the competing claimants. same technique is being plan- No. 39. November, 1960. Church there. Louise Campbell, I
matter of speculation.. So far the ned again for Oregon and if 3. Housing and Home Finance reporter. (Micanopy).
hopefuls beating. a path to the Eisenhower ,by those of oratorical or
RATHER the record since
former president has studiously door. demagogic turn of mind, is he wins there, the general as- Agency. Advance for Public Miss Edith Carter, a studentat !
that the
1928 suggests merely sumption among the profes- Work Planning Fact Sheet. Lane College, Jackson, Tenn.
avoided the appearance of playing found in the second and third ,
already -
conventions the
*. paragraphs of Article Six. pick man sionals in Washington is that November, 1962. who spent the Easter holidaysin

favorites. :v. ,. .... The power and influence attributed These paragraphs have been' established as the popular he will resign his position and -4. Housing and Home Finance Gainesville with her parents, ;

to Eisenhower in party matters there since 1789 and 'un favorite in the newspaper come home.Sct'anton's. Agency. College Housing Loans- Elder and Mrs. J. C. Carter, \ ,
are
He has...(Saidjtpnly) that he.'would"like 'i- is somewhat in contrast to the atti- changed. They read: and periodical polls. ; situation is even Fact Sheet. September 1962. left recently for the school to

to see" the party have an opportunity tude expressed by quite a number ofparty'leaders 'Thus, John 1'F. Kennedy took worse In Oregon than it was 5. Housing and Home Finance resume her studies.
to choose an early lead in the polls in in New Hampshire, for his Agency. Program Guide: Senior Miss Mattie Days and Miss
among a number "THIS CONSTITUTION and
four years ago. At that 1960 and held it until he wasCOLORED name is on the ballot in Ore- Citizens Loan Program (In. Carrie Simmons, both of Miami,
the laws of the United States
of good prospects. He has had
time he was criticized for not having formation for were here
guests on Easter
applicants)
July
which ,,
shall be made in
some kind words for most of those been active enough in strengtheningthe pursuance .I..OOSLATES.v.... Sunday.
thereof. .shall be the
I who have been mentioned or are Mrs. Ella
Republican Party or in helpingout supreme law of the land, and Montgomery returned
actively seeking the nomination.It in the Nixon campaign. Some the judges in every state shall NEWSB. MEETING to the city yesterday
from New York N.Y.
felt he had been reluctant to identify be bound theeby, anything in. The Mt. Sinia Baptist Association ; twoweekisit,with her, followinga

is becoming increasingly .apparent himself closely with the the constitution or laws of will have its meeting at I daughter
party organization F. Childs, Colored News Editor Mrs. Agnes Russ, and other
though, that most of those in the and' its objectives.It any state to the contrary not- the Friendship Baptist Church I relatives.

running would like very much to withstanding."The with Rev. D. E. White, pastor,, Mrs. Mary Bonner flew yes-
establish Senators and Repre- SPRING FINE ART FESTIVAL featuring Pianist Dwike Mitchell on Saturday at 8 p.m. terday to Rome Ga.
a close. _' relationship with may be that,Ike has felt some sentatives before mentionedof During the becauseof
Ruff French horn meeting, the
Willie
pas business. She will be
Ike whether they get his personal. regrets about his earlier role But regardless ( the United States Congress TALLAHASSEEFAMU( )- and bassist, and Charlie Smith, tors will make their reports. for several days. away

endorsement or Jiot 0 of the reasons, President ) and the members of czxbylzur Gloria twenty threeA drummer, in Lee Hall Auditor- All officers, members, and I Charles Jones, of St. Peters

Eisenhower does seem to have acquired the several state legislatures, week-long Spring Fine Arts ium. (Reception will follow in friends are urged to be present. burg, passed through Gainesville

0 Senator Barry Goldwater's two a role of leadership today that and all executive and judicial Festival at Florida A&M University -the Florida Room, Student Union Rev. G. G. McArthur, moderator yesterday en route to Jacksonville

hour visit with him provided a no officers, both of the United April 5-11, will be ushered Building.) ; Mrs. ,P. L. Scott, reporter., to visit with his aunt
other
,
party leader ,
to
cares challenge.It States and of the several in by two concerts featur. -
strong hint of this attitude: General will be interesting to see how or states, shall be bound by oathor in the FMU Symphonic Band Wednesday, April 8, 7 p.m.- MEETING PLANNED latives.Mrs. Ennie Jones, and other re

Eisenhower, it was reported, would if he uses it. affirmation to support this under the batons of Dr. WilliamP. Art lecture and demonstration,i The choral group of Lodge No. Mrs. -

Constitution. ." Foster, conductor, and Len- Dr. Samella S. Lewis, former, 113 will meet Tuesday at 8 pjn. Bartow Mary Ga. L. Longworth of
whose visit
I., This is quite plain. The fact ard C. Bowie, Samuel A. Floyd head of the FAMU Art Depart-' at the home of Charlie Ross, of r and Jacksonville for the here
t I that some governors, legisla- and Thomas E. Lyle, assistant ment and present professor of 708 SW 5th Terrace. past
tures and judges have failedto conductors. art at the State University of The members are urged to be two weeks has been pleasant,
0 flown to her
Voice' of the abide by their oath or affirmation First of the two Symphonic New York Plattsburg, N.Y., in present. Charlie Ross, president was home yester-

People does not alter it. Band concerts will be presentedon Charles Winter Wood Theatre. ; Mrs. P. L. Scott, reporter. day.Miss Jane Williams of Miami
,
Governor Faubus of Arkansaswas Saturday, April 4, from 2 to ,
Thursday. April 9, 8 p.m. will visit here over the week-
I On The Sun's !I the first governor in 3:30 p.m.in Lee Hall Auditor- Dance Recital of choreography BUSINESS MEETING end with friends.
Opinion Page=== I modern times to attempt to ium. The second band concert, representing the past and the SCHEDULED -
also in Lee Hall Auditorium, I There will be
interpose his authority in defiance present, directed by Miss Beverly a business meeting
Opnions ead comments of SUII ,..cre,. or. welcome! ill the Voice will be Sunday even- at the New
anust bi .ig..d; .d bu the writer' oddres o' the People! colum. Letters of a court order on a performed 'Hillsman in Charles Winter Salem Baptist
ftot ncecd 500 words end must be written on Names only one will side b.o'withheld the if requested. A letter should constitutional question. ing from 6, to 7:30. Wood Theatre. Church on Monday at 8 p.m. bituarit
Sun the poper. Poetry cannot b. used. The the list of outstanding The members
reserves right to reject any letter or to shorten .t, without chonging the writer' Highlighting are urged to be
.tent. meoning or PRESIDENT EISENHOWER artists and events who I SaturdayApril 11, 7 p.m. present. Rev. C. J. Johnson, pas I
the. will present a public : Talent Extravanga, student tor; Mrs. P. L. MRS. LUCY MILES
How to it is in my opinion a matter having taken solemn program Scott reporter
Prepare gooders from the Mrs. Miles
north. However
oath to protect and defend the each evening during the festival], planned-and-performed with the a former rest.
For IntegrationEDITOR. for the individual It shouldprerogath.e since at least a token Constitution, of course sent in are the Mitchell Ruff Trio from, assistance of Mrs. Barbara J.: CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS dent of Gainesville, died in

be his to choose integration is bound to come troops to enforce the law. He New Haven, Conn., Dr. SamellaS. Barrett and A. E. Martin, Jr., Mt. Carmel Baptist There Bessma, Alabama. She was the

Sun: After con- his friends and associates of either edict I voluntarilly would or by court did not do so until he had exhausted ,Lewis of Plattsburg, N.Y., a, advisors, in Lee Hall Auditor |will be Teachers' Meeting today and sister Mrs.of Mrs. Agnes Brown

siderable travel over the rest whatever race. It should not suggest that we every possible Danish art exhibit, a dance recital ium. 7 pjn.; and a business Sophronia Williams of
find
this
a way to select those city. Funeral
_______ of and and cannot be a matter of who will be first means to bring about com and a fashion show. Sunday, April 12, 7 p.m. meeting tomorrow, 8 p.m. Rev. will be announced arrangements
our to later
country seeing at enter the Panorama of T. A. by the
The of events scheduled Fashions Wright
workable legislation; and the pliance. In both Mississippiand lineup a style! pastor; Mrs. Esther -
__ first hand the results of unrest worst impediment that could bloodstream of our southern Alabama, Governors Bar- for the Spring Fine Arts show featuring lovely models I W. Hamm reporter. Duncan Brothers Morticians.

.-_ among a segment of our be thrown in the path of bet- way of life. nett and Wallace similarly refused Festival follows: on parade displaying the sea ML Pleasant Methodist THOMAS-
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population, I wondre if the ter race relations would be Much better to make the: to accept federal court Sunday April 5, 2 p.m.-For- son's newest fashion trends, in I There will be a Love Feast observed McCLENDON -
0 biggest causes might lie in choice mal opening of Art Exhibit of Charles Winter Wood Theatre. tomorrow, 7:30 McClendon
0 laws to force them. ours than be forced to orders on constitutional decis- p.m. of Archer, died
the ineptitude of our leader- assimilate the choice ol I ions. The Oxford riots which Danish prints, containing selected Theme of the Spring Arts Fes: ML Moriah Baptist There at his home Monday after a

- 0 shp-both! white and black- The stupid and vote-hungry CORE with its lunatic fringeof lasted all and, works of modern artists, tival is "Art as Human Discov- will be a business meeting today [:brief illness. He was a veteranof

________ and the northern press as exemplified politicians of the North seem whites or Bobby Kennedy. the one night into State Room Student Union Buil 0 ery." The Fine Arts Festival I I 7:30 pjn.; and Choir No. 1 I II World War L Funeral arrangements ,
next brought
by the notorious incapable of understanding day, on ding. (Refreshments will be Committee is comprised of a I will have its rehearsal tomorrow .I] will be asBduaeed

New York Times.In this basic fact and are tryingto JOHN W. HASTINGS an attack on federal mar served.) group of students functioningwithin 7:30 p.m. Rev. L. A. Thil]l later by the Duncan Brothers
shals and made the
In the north where the lead- enact this unworkable typeof necessary Sunday, April 5, 6 jn.-Sym- the Florida A&M Uni: man, pastor; Mrs. J. Gainey, J Morticians.

: ership of the whites vies for legislation; and it is just use of troops.If phonic Band Concert, Lee Hall- versity Student Union Activities!. reporter. -
____ possible they have the it were not for a federal Auditorium. Committee. The annual
the black vote they laws may InstantGoldwater cultural MRS. CORA MAE MURPHY
pass
1 beamed at winning this vote numbers to put it across. In constitution and a federal judiciary Monday April 6, 9 a.m. to 5 and creative project is gearedto I, PLANS MEETING

I and the angles for read- the South our politicians do and a national government p.m.-The Mitchell Ruff Trio,0 focusing attention on variousart The City-wide course of the Mrs. Murphy, of Mieaaew.
press not seem to have the committed to the equal forms such died in the Akdwa General
ers. When the Negro finds answeror as drama, Missionary Baptist Church will I t
that laws are unworkable and the means for successful application of the law a state dance, music poetry, and I be held at the church on April 4, Hospital Tuesday after a brief
combat and are stalling for (Baltimore Sun) would, or could, exist The painting. at 7:30 illness. Funeral arrangements

the empty flowery he lingo becomes of the pressIs in time in the hope that some- Senator'Goldwater,by agreement rights of the citizen might be GuidanceLos Student members of the committee This promises pin to be a very will be announced later by the
putty thing turn favorablefor of all who know him is upheld in one state and den- are: Samuel Duncan Brothers MorticiaBs.
,_I the hands of his opportunisticleadershipmarches may up Aaron, interesting meeting and all
and lies our side. a likeable man personally. He ied in another. ( Angeles Times) chairman, Sebring; Abraham members are urged to be pres- -
in the is also an honest man. He is 0 The officials, governors and A special committee on ethics Bassie, Defray Beach; MarvinD. ent. Mrs. Lillian Mae McHome MARY F. MARTIN -
,
streets clutters
the It seems to me that here in also a man of vivid lesser local leaders who have .
I speech. set up by the New York Britt, Tallahassee; Victor reporter. Friends of
public offices and fouls Mrs.
the
F.
Martin
up Gainesville we have taken a He is full of bold words and confused this issue by arousing Legislature has recommended Holman Jacksonville Phaion Mary
orderly. routines of millions. step in the right direction phrases, a good hand with the local emotions and at- broad forms Miami ; of Windsor will regret to
re including establishing Hyche ; Penelope Jones, ARCHER NEWSDEDICATION learn of her death which .
I Here in the South there are with the formation of a biracial quick metaphor, the Instant tempting to blacken or deny a state commissionon Jacksonville; Joseph Latta Davenport BEGINS occurred

those who are trying to kid committee, and at least smile. He says what bethinks the Constitution that protectsus ethics. Boiled down it Mass.; Samuel Lloyd, The dedication services for her son yesterday following at the home of

us out of facing up to new for the time being have post- and says it with no all, can hardly be said to seems to mean that the N.Y.lawmakers I Fort Lauderdale: James Poe, the SL Peter Baptist Church at Funeral an iiteess.

trends and realities. poned the invasion of radical: ifs, and or outs. The sad be acting in the best interestsof feel that legislatorscan't I Union Springs, Ala., and Henry Archer will begin Sunday incomplete arrangements and will: be are
liberals the professional trou- trouble is that he does not the nation or the state or tell from W. announced -
right wrong Taylor, Waycross, Ga. throughout the
matter of day. Thesched- later by White and
integration ble makers and unwanted do-. think Dorsey
well.
: very community so involved. without professional guidance with them
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8 when a new shipment is lw;..: t e.t; Separate 100-lb. Zero TemP ertI'

due"With to arrive.less than $50 in pennies FAIR &, SALE S.:4: : :

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change needs 0 .
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shortage to the large number of OMY 3.00
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coin collectors and piggy bank KtWEfK

savers who seem to specializeinpenny'hoarding.
End defrosting drudgery forever with this Kelvinator.
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.: "Collectors no longer request time only at 1
a very special Marathon price sale. Load
pennies in rolls. Now they car ed with
luxury features. Mod. 753 RW.
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to ;resort to their own "piggy"
banks to meet change needsof
YOUR CHOICE
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Gainesville is not exactly a .

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supply rapidly == ON ANY OF THESE FAMOUS =
decreasing. The shortage is 110

a national problem that has NAME BRAND APPLIANCES!
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.towns Taylor added. U
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1 -an assembly of 690 leading,.
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. 'i Haiti : 'Leader Grabs Life Rule. For Plan TomorrowThe Fish Fry Rocky Denial Challenges of GOP Lodge's. .,.. '\--


men of the First Metho- Candidacy
dist Church will sponsor a com
PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti wkh of the officers to take a staff, and reminded him that Duvalier has bested rebels inside ...... munity fish fry tomorrow from SAN FRANCISCO (AP-Am-) working from out there very
(APDr.. Francois Duvalier new oath to him. he was a lieutenant ,when be and outside Haiti as well 1 :: ..{=j 5:30: to 8 pjn. bassador. Henry Cabot Lodge hard."
sided with Duvalier in the 1957 of the United **, ". :i .. To be held the church
has tacked the title of lifetime "I that under- as the opposition :' on has become the chief target of
am happy
you ; : The
campaign "and now are agenera1. .:': 'i.'WDUVALIER statements were Rocketeller's -
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the States since he took office. fJ : grounds at 420 NE First St., Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller in
president onto his tight dicta- stand it is necessary to join ." F
proceeds will to mission work I sharpest criticism to
torship over Haiti. revolutionary crowd and come Relations between Haiti and 1 4 4l go the battle for the Republican ,
and other date
needy causts. Cost of the ambassador.By .
here this morning to render the United States were broken t.! nomination for president.
The country doctor turned- County StudentsAt for the fish dinner, which is
homage to the constitutionalchief off last year after Duvalier extended f his remarks Rockefeller
politician took the step as an- open to the public, is $1 for adults
of the armed forces in a his presidential term by t, Brushing aside Lodge's re- not only challenged Lodge's de
and 50 cents for children.
other in series of measures
a new oath of allegiance," Duval- Jr. CollegeOne means of a rigged'election. Relations i peated statements that he is nota nial of candidacy but also was
which, since his election in 1957
ier told the officers, whose were restored late in J; To Join candidate and does not intendto in conflict with President John-
for a six-year term, have given hundred thirty eight Faculty
army Duvalier has reduced to 1963, and Duvalier's recent become one, Rockefeller son, who has accepted the am
iron this argued
him an rule Caribbean over nationof pov- 5,000 men in favor of the 10,000 students from Alachua County I. pleasant dealings with the Unit 1 At Jr. CollegeDr. that Lodge "is running and bassador's statement that he Is.
erty-stricken enrolled for classes
are currently -
secret police of the "tonton macoute -
ed States indicated he wants a hard not a candidate.
running from the
4 million people. at Central Florida Junior Will L. Selsor, assistant priv-
or bogeymen. of U.S. aid. Rockefeller
resumption said
Wednesday
College, according to an an- professor of botany at the Uni- ileged sanctuary of diplomatic
Top officers of his army as- Duvalier, 54, accepted the life- nouncement from Terry U. O'- Since 1957 the United States t versity of Florida has been Immunity." that Lodge should resign as am- .
sembled at the National Palace bassador and return to the United
time title and the officers' oath Banion, dean of students at has given more than ($60: million appointed head'of the science The New York main- -
for the Wednesday. governor States to participate in the
ceremony and told them he considered CFJC. in loans and grants to help the division at the new Polk Junior tained in an interview Wednes contest for the GOP nomination
Information Minister Paul himself the kind of man the: Some 785 students have en- country, where per capita income College. day that Lodge U. S. ambassador Lodge has become one of the \
Blanchet said Duvalier was actIng country can produce only once rolled for credit and 519 for is about $60 a year. Most During the last three years to South Viet Nam, was "a top prospects by virtue of his
in response to public demonstrations every 50 or 75 years. non credit to give a total enroll- American aid was cut off last Dr. Selsor has been associate part of the Democratic admin- surprisingly strong write-in victory
urging him to rule Duvalier singled out Gen. ment of 1,304 students for this 'August in retaliation for his ex director of the National Science .istration and he is a candidate in the New Hampshire primary -'
for life and to the expressed Gerard Constant, the chief of term at CFJC. i tending his rule. Curriculum Study Institute. for the GOP nomination who is : March

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LEWIS GULICK uation by Secretary of State I the "new ; do not think this is damag- II

Sen. Dean Rusk.Allegations. "The master J to the administration at all" -NtUJ Unrk {!;bttts ever, on the value to be givento realistic assessment of the -....
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publicans and some Democrats, that it brings these things diplomats, after studying Sen- The West Germans, for example
policy speech and predict. In calling : Cuba. In the French view, the __
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ed the wide election year debateit plus some support from both I into the open" .for public United States must abandon .
dealing with have concluded that the British that the Soviet Union
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variation"
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from Moscow to Formosa.A bright also said he had made he their mouths. implacably hostile to the structive role in the evolving. ....L'
Foreign Relations Com the Cuba : because in the New t Fulbright urged a review of West. There is general agree- world situation. _.
mittee chairman's aim in his far-flung but mixed editorial he called it : Republican presi- United States foreign policy ment that Soviet society is ---
reaction in the United States. speech."I x ; and abandonment of changing, the argument is Few here
March 25 address was to stir up I primary, Arizona Sen. "myths"in expect Fulbright's ,
public talk on basic foreign policy Bags full of mall still pouringinto nizing Red Goldwater and New York favor of "realities." over about the speed of that suggestions to be followed by :
issues and he appeared to his office. said the I Nelson A. Rockefeller had His views on three issues- change and its effect on con- the administration of President
have succeeded beyond his ex-' At latest count, aides said executive !; I foreign policy as a 1964 Communist China, trade with temporary Soviet policies.In Johnson. The French believe ':
pectations.The i some 5,000 letters, telegramsand explore l I: issue. The GOP can- :;: the Communist Bloc and the general, French sources, that election imposes an -
postcards had arrived from things.In I had only issued "a col- reality of the threat from the official and unofficial, have automatic governor of United .,,,.
Arkansas Democrat's remarks around the nation and abroad, of generalities," he said. East-echoed those that have been encouraged by the tone States policymaking. This I .....
to a sparsely attended and the ratio so far favors Ful- an been the common currency of and contents of the Fulbright leaves the field, in the Atlantic ."
Senate last week so far have bright's stand 4 or 5 to 1. bright i said said he has not diplomatic conversation in speech. Alliance at least, to GeneralDe
evoked: I Fulbright lit the fuse by urging and I from Johnson since the western capitols. They believe it reflects agreement Gaulle, and most government .-,
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: / report on a special study of requirements of a changing'I fore either to the the United government States be-or sputnik. with its implicationof available to an American adult faculty members within the ./
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John W. Nason president of have failed the purposes of liberal -t the understanding required. made in our science and engi- graduates are prepared to the curriculum according to the I
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SAIGON, South Viet Nam lets the goernment has set up Nixon arrived Wednesday or'i I eou SEASON.our of 'wmr.
(AP-South Vietnamese forces in a crash program to push out a world tour. lL I''I' 4JS
clashed with Communist guerrillas -the Red Viet Cong. U.S. sources Nixon, who has not shut th' ACCIDENT ROUNDUP 3701 NW 13th St., was arrested
in the Mekong River delta i.said the firing began when the for the Involved in accidents reported[ by city police in the 100 block of i cIcI:
door on a draft Republican
today within 20 miles of an government mounted an opera nominationsaid to the Gainesville police duringthe : NW 39th Avenue at 3:10 a. m. __- ,
presidential
area Richard M. Nixon was tion earlier in the day. i last 24 hours today ,and charged with driv-, : !
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it was natural that he ant .:ing while intoxicated. < >c ,; &
visiting. Nixon conferred with Gen. Lodge should talk politics. Bui t t Opal S. McDonald, 1902 SW
Casualties were believed to Paul D..Harkins, commander of neither he nor Lodge would reveal 16th Court, Mazie L. Jenkins, Fire Calls ,!i
have been The former
heavy. what said. 618 NE 13th Place, and Marry I
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\I.S., vice president apparently;U.S. forces in Viet Nam, and Langston 635 NE 16th Ter., ir I At 4:21: pjn. yesterday, a FLA. CR. "A" DELL'SHENS
did not get near the action. I j scheduled another meeting with "We're old friends," Lodge the 800 block of SW 13th Stree t grass fire in the 1800 block of .
Nixon had flown by b li opfer\U.S. Ambassador Henry Cabot said. "I briefed him about Vie1 l N. Main Street.
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1! DWI Charges Story Time at the Gainesville T'ON
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Does Ball ''.IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, Purchasing Division Room ilia TTgert

Why Boul1C4 FLORIDA ALACHUA, COUNTY STATE OF Halt,, Florida.University at Florida 0linesvllle -

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The' State of Florida, To All Persons
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Interested In the Estate of Mid Dece Monday 3:00 <
While Tea Breaks? dent: u..tOLaborltory Equipment 10:3tJ
a Cup You art hereby notified that a written April 23. 1964
Instrument purporting to -be the M-41-Bulbs & Tubes 10:30I Apr 14,
Last Will and Tntament of said decadent 1964
hat been admitted to probate In M-G Furnish and' Install Air Conditioning *
.. .. What makes a ball bounce? ences in the force of the molecular 1 velocity selector. Mid You Court. 11:00 April 14c 1f64.
are hereby commanded
I 9. IFS withIn T. N. WELLS
A tenth grade chemistry text collisions, which gives a six calendar months from the dateof T. N. Wells
5 'ti tR p3 Five months in actual con the first publication of this notice Director of purehMlnf "*
i :3 will say it is "the nature and rubber ball its resilience and a I struction the special selector is to appear In said Court and show (3204) .:20 t ,
cause if any you can why the actionof
magnitude of millions of inter- china tea Its fragility have :
cup a 30 pound disc made of high Mid Court In admitting said Will to
molecular collisions going on eluded the scientists to date. ; probate should not stand unrevcked. NOTICE OF A PUBLIC HEARING
strength aluminum alloy with H. H. MCDONALD county I The City Plan Board wM hold a Pub-
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chemist, Dr. Samuel 0. -, Clerk. Operations Center. 555 Southeast 5th
( Avenue, GalnesvBle/ Florida. to consider
A molecule, says the text Is Colgate, has designed an ap side.As it whirls First publication on March ,,. 1M4 :
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or compound which can more accurately lots 1 and 2 of 0. A. Porter'a Subdivision
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exist in the free state. into the secrets of molecular LEGAL NOTICE 74, ,
t tenth: pave and lots %3. 24 and 34 of S.
of an inch in diameter, The University of Florida will receive J. Thomas SUbdivision. as recorded In
But much of the behavior.He bids for the general class of
knowledge molecules beamed commodities Plat Book A, Page 70. This alley runs
are through as Indicated below. Interested bid- from Northwest 10th Street to 10th Terrace .
a of molecules and of the differ calls it the double duty t:wo sources at right angles. I ders may obtain forms specifications I by 6th Avenue.
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S ott1Ia arty of the defendant C. & B. Photo Iglnal of same In the Office of the Chrysanthemums. 29c 1jt. : Ideal Products
Boyc to Supplies & Services a corporation and Clerk of the Circuit Court; otherwisea ., '
I Charles Hooper and Bruce Mozert.J. Decree Pro Confesso will be entered .
M CREVASSE. JR., against, you.WITNESS. I in bloom ; .
: WASHINGTON (AP) Plans Sheriff Alachua 'COunty. FloridaBY one of the Honorable 1 '
NOVALENE M. HOON D S. Circuit Judges of this Eighth Judicial -
M -lo-. oycott Washington jpublicZZscftoblaw (3210) 4:2 Circuit of Florida as well as the HEDGE PLANTS g -
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Circuit all the
Clerk of the Court on
April 20 have been IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY 10th day of March. A. D. 1944.

T 1"CaH&diDff* >y the Congress of JUDGE; ALACHUA COUNTY FLOR J. B. CARMICHAEL, _
CLERK
IDA. IN PROBATE.
RaciaJHEquahty after school of- IN" RE: ESTATE OF By Emily Waterhouse Ligusfrum $1.59

facials agreed to most of 14 proposed ALBERT Deceased.To J. HIGGINS. (3154) 3 Deputy-12. 19,Clerk 26; .:2 :

: changes in the school sys- All Creditors and Persons having 39 Viburnum
Claims or ,Demands Against ,Said Estate IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY
: tem. : JUDGE. ALACHUA COUNTY FLORIDA
,A You and each of you are hereby no IN PROBATEIN BoxwoodGERANIUMS
NOTICE Of INTENTION titled and required to present any RE: ESTATE OF
.. TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME claims and demands which you or eIther RICHARD LEE EDWARP"
.. Pursvanr-"to- Section 86509, Florida of you. may have against the estate Deceased.To .
"-Statutes.'notlce-ts hereby given thai of ALBERT J HIGGINS deceased. All Creditors and Persons Having a
J Tie undersigned; University Inn doing late of said County to the County Claims or Demands Against Said Estate -
lajslfnWTmder the-firm nanne of DIs"counfPickage Judge of Alachua County. Florida at : 1.59
T-Tquors of GainesVIlle. his office In the court house of said You and each of you are hereby notified large blooming t
1901 T-W. 13th" Street Gainesville. County at Gainesville, bride at his and required to present any .
: AlacfniV I -CowntypTJorida, Intend toM office In the court house of said Countyat claims and demands which you or either S
register.,:said :fictitious name under theprovIs Gainesville lorida within six calendar of you may have against the estate r
ns. of the aforesaid Statute. months from the time of the of RICHARD LEE EDWARDS deceased :
.. D .. day at April. A.D.. 19M, claim or demand shall be in writing County Judge of Alachua County Florida
Owners: and shall be sworn to by the claimant at his office In the court house of 79c 4r
.: .Nathan Pozin. J'e",, Pozin. Sol and shall be sworn to by the claimant. said County at GalnesvICe: Florida, within 4r
.FaiIM Mildred Pozin his agent or attorney and any such six calendar months from the timeof ,Always A Large Selection Of
.. (3212) :2. '.UP21. claim or demand not so .filed .shall be the first publication of this notice. r
void. I Each claim or demand hall be In Fresh Healthy Plants All Your Favorites
NOTICE OF INTENTION -S. ANNIE L. HIGGINSAs writing and shall state the place of Do Not Be FOOLED Fertilizers :
TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME administratrix of the Estate residence and post office address of by Cheap
Pvnoant to Section us 09. Florida of ALBERT J. HIGGNS.: the claimant and shall be sworn to by -
.* Statutes notice Is hereby given that deceased the claimant his agent or attorney.and .
the undersigned. University Inn, doing Karlene C. Hussey any such claim or demand not so -' ForYour --
u business under the firm name of Dis- 11 West University Avenue flied shall be void. Each claim to be _
count Liquors 'of Gainesville, 1901 S.W. Gainesville Florida presented In duplicate and accompanied OfferSALE .
** IJrrt Street Gainesville. Alachua County Attorney for Administratrix by a filing fee of SI.00 Special BEAT THE WEEDS .
: Florida Intends to register said tictijtoui First publication March 19. 1944 LILLIAN GARRITY
name under the provisions of (3174) 3:19, 26; 4:Z, 9 state of RICHARD LEE
,. the aforesaid Statute EDWARDS deceased
w J7atrd. at Gainesville Florida, this 1st IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY First publication March 26, 1944. PATIO PLEASURE C NOW-GET RESULT
.. day af April, A. O4 1964. JUDGE. ALACHUA COUNTY FLORIDA Scruggs and Carmichael
,Owners IN PROBATE.IN Attorneys for the Administrator 1c
I r Nathan Pozin Jean Pozin Sol RE: ESTATE OF 3 S. E. First Avenue Vhone FR 4-52X2
u Pozin Mildred Pozinr JOHN DUDLEY REEVES JR. Gainesville. Florida. .
glU 4:2. f. 16. 23LEGAL Deceased.To (3195) 3:24; 4:2, 9, 14
All Creditors and Persons Having ... New Shipment: Just h. ,.
NOTICE Claims or Demands Against Said Estate -
-The University of Florida will receive : a 3 Complete Supply -
7 bids for the general class of commod- You and each of you are hereby notified HELPYOUR Ortho-Gro SCOTT
r lees 'as Indicated below. Interested. bid-I and required,to present any claims "POP CORN Block BONUS :
r 1Hs''m.y' obtain .form, specifications and demands which you; or either of 'r
and.*' other Information by contacting you may have against the estate of "Stepping Stones; xcelle.!" i thlawn' eed Jirre :
f The Purchasing Division Room 106 Tt- JOHN DUDLEY REEVES. JR.,. de- liquidplant >.1 or '."
gert Hall University of Florida. Galnes- ceased late of said County. to the County 'Guaranteed To .. ..IIIJ! :
r IJ! .florlda. Judge of Alachua County Florida.at .
.4 4' and Staples, bids open every his office In the court house of said '- foodexcellent Grow A Greener :
Tuesday 10:0066Hospital County at Gainesville. Florida, within SUN aRrn.hkr-AO
/ Supplies/ bids open every six calendar months from the time of ... AND OTHER a Weed.Free'r LawnE'f!!'-- :
Monday 3:00 the first publication of this notice Each : '
44-U of F Publications and thes- claim or demand shall be In writing. CARRIER 'PATIO :
.a 1961-1963 11:00 April f. 1944 and shall state the place of residenceand for growing ?, ,. s..
.. 44 34 Ccbat-80 Telemerapy Unit post office address of the claimant ACCESSORIESLANDSCAPED
10:33 April f, 1944 and shall be sworn to by the claimant lawns shrubs PETS :
*. 44-37 Laundry Soap 2:00 April 9. 144 his agent. his ."orney..nd any Every S u n carrier ,
44-38' Chromatography Equipment such claim or demand no5 so filled salesman is "in business Late: Shipment1 :
: 239, April f, 1944 shall be void. trees, et:.
44--39 Incubator Hatcher 3.000 chick The Atlantic National Bank of for himself." He -,
T en egge capacity 10:30 April 14, I'M.s Jacksonville FloridaAs ACCENTS RABB1T1.59P
: T. N. WELLS executor of the Last Will buys his papers at [ AH Size

'. T.Director N. Wells of Purchasing and Jr.Testament., deceased of wholesale and sells 4.98 gal 2nd gal. 1c 1 LA N T ERS, Several! Species :

(3193) 3241 4.2 Barber Lazonby Dell Graham Wlllcox & them at retail. The .. '1' ;+ BIRD BATHS Colored I,
-
r NOTICE OF. SHERIFF'S SALE Post Office Box 123 difference is his profit. Finches 7.$5
By virtue of a- Final Judgement and Gainesville lorida FEEDERS Chicks 9c
Distress Warrant Issued out of the First publication March 12, 1944 ea,
Court of Record 11and for 'achvae. (3159) 3:12, 19. 26:2 EACH
His full .
County Florida in the case of Mary S. weekly profit O o
"* Philips versus C. & B Photo Supplies NOTICE TO DEFEND depends the Black Lyre-TaU t
H & Services, a corp & Charles Hooper STATE OF FLORIDA TO: upon OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK
=_.8i_ 'ruce Moztrf. datedvied 23rd day of Eliza Denton. Gilbert Denton, Hen- prompt'payment of every O
..Mai-ph. MM._I ha upon the ry Denton, Rachael Denton, James I. MOLLIES 2.00 Each 97c
_?. JaUawing described property. to wit: Denton, Amy Denton, Ella Tucker customer he serves. Next 'p Reg.
-1.D1Ip/a./ Case Formica Covered with Samuel C. Tucker. Lois Tucker, Clau
time Sun
mm. GUIS. DOOTSt .* X 4V4' X IV* dia Tucker. Clara Tucker. Willie A. your carrier rot C Limited Supply
.....4.Duplay c..... Formica and Glass Tucker. Carew Tucker Mlttla Denton calls. .pay him promptly. k k'?JJAt t
.-Covered -waist height and Rachael Denton Halle. If any 0c
.-t"'WItl Display Cases; Formica Covenw. or all of said Defendant or Defendants He'll appreciate it.
.. w'rPhote are living and H any or all of said
.. Defendant or Defendants. are deceased .
Counter' For-
FWshlno Service the unknown spouse, heirs devisees -
'-mlta'Xoveredj 3W x 2W x 101 ( &ine5ui1k I
grantees .creditor or other par- -,
? CoMpAi4'Phone "
tee-Porm Floor Display' cases ties claiming by. through underor ) ) fr ClfBtCAL : FREE FISH
f s"Pen and Pencil Display/
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-H I. against any such deceased Defendant ,I ;
1 or Defendants H alive, and if :
: X ptt lay Table with Draw dead their unknown heirs devisees Sim I GARDEN & PET CENTER ill' I With Acquarium,
,
114 zSets. grantees legatees and all parties 376-2661 '
: Open Steel Shelving i'xTxY. having or claiming to have any right. ,If'' Set
r 4. sets open steel shelving. yxyxl title or interest In and to the property : 20 NW '16th AVE. PLENTY OF FREE PARKING up.II .
.
a? Xa&Ics, Wood, .2Wx2lVx5 herein described to wit:
1 card display/ case The West One-Querter (W\40) of Lot II I _____ ,_ _
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I secretary desk. wood. 2Wz4 Seven (7) In Section Nine (9). Town
2 arm chairs. padded seat and back ship Ten (10) South Range Nineteen
1 table. *V. x2VVx1WHON. (19) East. Lying and being In
1 Ura\lloer letter file Alachua County Florida less the
1 Anderson-Hickey 4-drawer letter file West fifty (50) feet thereof for a
1 Cole Steel 4-drawer letter file road rightofway.You .
1 office table ,' long. Jr' wide and each of you are hereby se-
4 Hampton Folding Chairs Metal Construction -vereally notified that Chares' "fton.. .
Jr. has filed his sworn Complaint In
1 Office Table 29" High. 29" Long. 22" the Circuit Court of Alachua County.
Wide Florida, against you and each of you .
1 Steel Invoice todex as Defendants seeking to quiet the ..
S waste paper baskets title to the above described real PIO- .
1 3-ba ket file tray perry located In Alachua County i .
wire file baskets Florida. .
1 plastic; file. tray You are further notified that the return t;' .
1 natal .and wood eonstrvetlon file tray day of this Notice to Defend Is .
I plastic telephone I Indices April 13th 1944 and you shall on Slid
I swingllne staplerrubtwrAtamp date serve a copy of your defense H ; : :
1 tree any, upon Lowry & Andrews. Attorneys 'i
for Plaintiff whose address Is .
12 dip boards
1 wrapping dispenser P. Gainesville. Florida to t ,
Immediately
the .
thereafter file or-
and
1 hansen' model 2060 utility scale ,
2 extentlon lames with metal shades f. ,

1 1 hand goose-neck truck lamewith,. plastic, shad INCOME TAX j I

Andthat I as Sheriff of Alachua Caun .
S tyFkrtda will en"Ttwrsday the 16tn .
day "vf-Aprtl' t M. between The hours GAINESVILLEBOOKKEEPERS
oft1M ajn.and 2-00 pan. In front ol
the premises 1021 West University:
Avenue GalnesvDIe. Florida offer for .
sale said property and sell the sanrx
to the highest bidder for cash to satisfy ; 'US H.W. 6th St. FR 6-2924 ;; .. .A :
said Judgment and costs. The prep< '


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: ; ,Time, sponsored by the ers, has planned a Bermuda] Teen Time Council wDTmeet
Hat Patterns Made: rn n ffiln 1tD7 Ttcf} f R rPiL t y Gainesville Recreation Department Bop for Friday from 7:30 to 10 on Saturday morning at lOlDn. iJ
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3 V S x # :, Art Festival Opens SundayInvitations A4ineShift with Matching Bloomer.For -


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to the Annual Art Following the tea, the |.register and Mrs. W. R. D. Young America in Classic Red-White and Blue. ,
?ys,' ry I tion will be daily exhibi-i Nickelson, Mrs. Lynn H. Ten- .
Festival Fine and Arts tea Association of the Gainesville have- a.m.: to 5 p.m.open through April.I Eyck and Mrs. Arthur Blackburn Dacron and Cotton ............................................. Sizes 3-6x $2.99

: been issued to more than 400 are directing publicity.The 7-14 $3.99M..atching
>jJt. a 18.Mrs. and Mrs. exhibit will include workof ; ;
friends of the association for Grace Stevens .
Sunday afternoon from 1 to 5 Jean 0. :Mitchell president, are Gainesville's leading artists, '\. Short Sets
in charge of all arrangementsand many of whom have won nat- "
un.This second annual affair iso Mrs. David T. Williams and ional recognition and awards. Same Pricesc

be held in the Florida National Mrs. Maurice Ahrens will be Sculpture, ceramics and re- '
Bank Building on West tea chairman. lated crafts will be included in : J

University Avenue. Prof. P. R. McIntosh is direct- the displays. '' .
'4 wi v Although invitations have ing physical and display Plans are being made for ai l w 7 44
been mailed, the tea-festival arrangements; Mrs. R. L. Johnsis exhibition of children's art, selected -
Sunday afternoon is open to exhibits manager; Mrs. Es- from Alachua Countyschools \ ti +

rrsz'' anyone wishing to attend. mond Brandt will keep the guest under the supervisionof LiJ
Mrs. Glen Hass. This exhibit '
will follow that of th. _
'Japanese Goodbye Party'Given Fine Arts Association.

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by Mrs. PenningtonMrs. Coffee Fetes .

Flower Show i1iJz4
,rl ? Clark W. Pennington i skillets at the luncheon table
-v entertained with a "Japanese were Mrs. T. Konishi, Mrs. K. JudgesThirty
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r.;1: 8 hfo q.,d' Goodbye Party" recently as a Saito, Mrs. A. Tomita Mrs. K. L \
bon voyage courtesy for Mrs. Tominaga, Mrs. T. Sako and out of- town flow i I 4 I
.. Frank S. Hubbard and with Mrs. S. Goto. er show judges will be here for
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'fiats; were modeled at the final meeting of the 'Mrs. F. G. Bennett, who will Mrs. Clifford Boyd, who gives I the Gainesville Garden C 1 u b, .r;
American Home Division of the Gainesville Woman's spend a month in the Orient,: lessons in American cookingand 'Flower Show this Saturday, ac: ( cY/ _
Club, held yesterday morning. Mrs. J. 3L McCowan and her sister-in-law, Mrs. Dale home arts to the six Japanese cording to Mrs. W. M. Harlinj yc.

Jr.fseated at left, is wearing a Carol Lane travel Pennington of Long Island in women, was a special Jr., and Mrs.Hugh Simmons .... .-)
New York. guest. local co-chairmen of the judge \. ,,'
Mrs. Jim Brogdon standing,
hat. Also ,
pictured are
afternoon the 1 vY/ _
Later in the A
and Mrs. Clark Butler, cutting the hat pattern. The party, given at the Penn- the committee for the show. Bott: m"'J l V ri I _
enjoyed seeing Japanese ,
hats from the local stores were Mrs. Jim group Mrs. Harling and Mrs. Sim ., .
Modeling home, was a Sukiyaki 1R _
ington
cherry trees, which' are :.5,1-INIM, uukv t'o ::et1 /" irrtfrF):1 SMZ :X' M "+
Brogdon, Mrs. W. N. Robinson, Mrs. W. P. Ridg- luncheon prepared by a groupof now in blossom in the Pennington mons are accredited .flow ......, ......-_ .J.. ..... r- "'I .=.' ..' I -
Mrs. Nat Robinson and Mrs.J. host- show judges. r.#l" .... _
P. A. Lee the
way, Mrs. Japanese friends of garden. Colonel and Mrs. ..K:.. _. j-}" L.! _-
in her Name of judges, In accordance I..r_ ,!; ., .. .1j.
M. who meet monthly .
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ess .
Pennington brought the trees with National Council oi ,\," 'a -.c--<,,;;.-' ZOO. .tf..:z t' -
home. from Japan, where they lived Flower Show ; f1" !:. :_:
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Judges' policy, .E .
Kolarik.Brides Preparing. Sukiyaki in electric for several years. .1 _
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cannot be released
prior to the .. "t J .'" -
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t 11 a.m. Judges will be fro m ''' ",," '\ _
Bridge ClubBy Georgia and Florida.

April 3 Grand home, 1908 NW Tenth 1 A coffee will be held for th( ..' y

Tea honoring Miss Susan Avenue. -- I judges at the home of Mrs -
B:L
Clara Mathers of Orlando, Tea honoring Miss Sharon JOHN E. CRAPS at the Holiday Inn. Visiting pairsare Harling, NW 14th Avenue at K(0 CHARGE
bride-elect of William Slem- Fagan, bride-elect of John Mrs. R. W. Bryan and R. H.I invited. i a.m. Following the judging, i ,- =
coons m of Orlando to 6 Douglas Rogers 2 to4 p.m., Harms led a closely contested: Attention is called to the I luncheon will be held at the o =

p.m., Mrs. C. Addison Pound, Mrs. T. W. Cause, 1022 NW North-South field in the Monday. men's and women's teams Manor RestaurantSelecfybwnew CENTRAL: ..:..
Mrs. C. Addison Pound Jr., 16th Avenue. evening tournament of the championship games scheduled CHANGE. -

Miss Elizabeth Anne Pound, Wedding of"Miss Sarah De- Gainesville Bridge Club at the for April 13. All members THE STORE WITH MOREGAINESVILLE _.
hostesses at the Pound Jr. I lores Orton, daughter of Mr. Recreation Center with 82 should form ,teams and notify SPRING FABRICS i SHOPPING CENTER -
home 1647 NW 19th Circle. and Mrs. Timothy Orton, and match points. With nine and the director of their make-up to LAY-AWAY:.....
a 1302 NORTH MAIN STREET
Rehearsal dinner honoring David George Decker, son of one half tables in play, the average -facilitate scheduling and ar I SINGER
Dr. and Mrs. Phares Decker score for North-South rangement of additional part
Miss Sarah Orton and David
10 a.m., St. Patrick's pairs was 72%. for East-West 82. nerships.
Decker 6 Dr.
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p.m. Church. Reception followingat Mrs. H. L. Gray and Mrs. L. '
and Mrs. Phares Decker, I .
the home of the bride's H. Robbins took second place .
Park Lane Cafeteria. -
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parents. with 79%, Arnold Krastin and ;: I
SATURDAY, April 4 :; the writer were third with 78%, .
Wedding of Miss Elaine and M. Robbins and B. M. -Th.
Tea honoring Miss Virginia Hardee, daughter of Mr. and Winn were fourth with 77.
Kay Davis, bride-to-be of Mrs. J. E. Hardee, and Thomas
Ms W. H. Miller and Mrs.F. .
John Mathew Fedison, Mrs.J. C.. Beaty, grandson of
Wayne Reitz and Mrs. Har- Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Kirby, 6pjn. S. Hubbard won top honorsin the SCVCfltCCil1bbk9jashoestring.
the East-West direction with
ry Ehilpott, 4 to 5:30 p.m., at ., Antioch Baptist Church.
106%, with Wallace and
the;former's; Avehue.home, 2121 WestUniversity Reception,,following. M. E. Valk.Taylor.in hot pursuit with .., .

Wedding Miss Marsha; Lee 106. Third place went to Mrs. .
Tea feting Miss Courtney Copeland, daughter of Dr. and K. H. Kent and Van A. May, .
West, bride-elect of Nath Cul- Mrs. Evan L. Copeland, to William while Mrs. W. T. Zeanah and featuring R
pepper Doughtie, 3:30 to 5:30 Daniel Boyd Jr., son of Mr. Mrs. E. D. Mathews were fourth
pjn., Mrs. John L. R. Grand, and Mrs. William Daniel Boyd, with 86%.
Mrs. Percy Beard, and Mrs. 7:30 p.m. First Presbyterian The club will hold its next ZJUNtDRS i
Lewis F. Blalock, at the Church lona Chapel. tournament at 7:30 this evening .cj

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-!t' !s truly the gal who wends I Then she will be driven to Allentown If you are 21 years of age, EventsTODAY *!LIglt II III )

her way to work each morning Pa., to visit the famous married or single, an American i I

Who does the most with her Hess department store I citizen and a resident of this I

:fashion dollar. These career I where she,will go on'a shopping area, you are eligible to enter: I 101
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girls don't, spend thousands of spree. She will receive a FREE It Is fun and easy to participate. April 'DEAR HELOISE: 1 after the bag had set for at

-dollars on their wardrobes but I Summer or FaIl wardrobe. Simply get together your Gainesville Cootiette dub, 8p.m. We run an alteration and least 30 days, I could put any
they consistently look like the custom dressmaking shop.I kind of perfume, cologne or
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wardrobe. List the Mary Furry,
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Spring ,
: million bucks. II
proverbial know that many of your pine disinfectant on it and it
; Thus a search is currently un JUDGESNationally items,you bought or made and ''I SE '3rd Street.GaInesvDIe readers, including you, do your would make it smell real
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derway to 'name the "Ten Best- what they cost you. Have a I Chapter 44, OES, own sewing. We all need a good good! .

:Dressed Women of Main Street, known fashion photograph of yourself (foQ- Past Matrons, Past Patrons pincushion for our straight Personally, however, I like Street Floor : *

:: I.SA." Max Hess, nationally- authorities will select the length, please) taken in your Night, 8 p.m., Masonic Temple pins . the aroma of coffee when I '*.. *
;known Allentown, Pa. retailer, "Ten Best Dressed Women ensemble. You wardrobe Where can one be found? Who am sewing and the two bags :','4

is behind the movement to honor of Main Street, U.SJL"They dress, shoes,' bag and other Chapter CQ, P.E.O., Mrs. knows? which I made with only the <, 3 DAYS ONLY ;',

: the,lovely ladies whose fasb- are: Florence de Santis, accessories and must not ex- Dallas C. Dickey, 1405 NE Sixth i For 20 yearS,we used every coffee filling have become > .:f # .
Mon sense should make head- nationally known fashion kind of pin cushion that could favorites. '.
ceed $%SO. Terrace. my f.M
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-the "Best of Ten" will be flown chua County for The best piece of advice you t:'
and Edyth Thornton McLeon, Send the list the photo and the all things. We found out that J
Ho New York accompanied by a Mental Health, Dinner, 7:30 ever gave me was that I will
nationally-known columnist for statement to The Gainesville coffee and did I .
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highlight of her New York try by April 5 to: The clothes and fashion sense. from rusting keep PSC .
-etay will be a trip to the World'sfair. of Gainesville of the Garden Club '
ran, care Spend your coffee break gettingup I We found that wool was the .

Women's Department your list today. I Spring Flower Show, Potted !easiest type:.of'material to stick
Plant Entries, 4 to 6 DEAR PSC: 4. 5i
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square we found that if we
: : firing this coupon and $1.00 plus tax to our store and you will receive both 8 p.m., Clubhouse. made them and Did you ever try a pleated I
: .. knives and save! They have been advertised on,:TV, Radio and newspapers i' long narrow, plastic rain hat !in place of a HMEN'S
about two inches wide and six
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,23>m tJcrfc (Him u ted control over meat prices.
The cattlemen who testified ___ __ -
WASHINGTON Cattlemen __ :::; n -- -- -- -
the retail stores with
charged r
are receiving lower prices for -
bees'in the stockyards w h 11 e "administered prices and com- 1 j
petitive market abuse as the
housewives are paying relatively 1
only conceivable explanation! for j
high prices.in the supermarket
failure to sharein
the housewives' .
the lowest wholesale pricesin 3DAYSOpiLyI -....-. '
This paradox lies at the heart '-"
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of: a proposal sent to congress years. -1- -
announced in
Johnson had a
yesterday by President John .
son. It also lies at the heart of news conference at his ranchin I I SAVE ON THESE GARDEN -- -
a :-little-noticed but potentially Texas last Saturday that he SPECIALS NOW..SDOP j
would ask for the legislation.He .
explosive debate now underwayin
; congress, the outcome of said then that in some cases 1
producers were receiving 25 to i QUALITY FROM
which could have important consequences >
30 per cent more, or about the JLM P.BIG
for those who prouce DISCOUNt 1e
same as a year ago. o .
beef, those who sell it, and -
In letter to Speaker
ultimately those who eat it today's
John W. McCormack, D-Mass.,
The proposal ,was immediately -
and Senate President Pro Tern
Mailed by Sen. Gale W. MaGee
D-Wyo., who introduced a Carl Hayden, D-Ariz., Johnson
made direct mention of the
no ii
proposal that would have authorized -
price spread. He said the commission
a federal trade commission
investigation into the would study and appraise PMIOSALE !
the taking
changes placein
purchasing and pricing
prac-
tices of the large chain stores.It the American bipartisan food commission industry.The i ip

McGee's suspicion that the
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great supermarket chains of
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America bear considerable responsibIlity .
named by the House and Sen-
for the allegedly
ate and five by the President. -p I
disproportionate spread between
Johnson said sufficient infor- .
Wholesale and retail meat .
mation is not now available to =I
prices. McGee said that three
permit an informed judgment \ _
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from cattle-
,,of testimony
days ,
I concerning the effect of recent I
before his senate commerce -
men ]I Ganges in the food industry.
subcommittee last week \ I

indicated "probable cause" to o 't I
suspect the chain stores of using
*lmass purchasing power, plus I
the ability to retaliate against
those'' who speak out against 1I 1I

them.I ..,t.to exercise an unwarrant-

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so tner could loin In a massive turnoutto .
greet m visiting head of state, (1) a '
DeGaulfe of France. 1-
2.X:warning that Turkey would Inter. II
vene, CO behalf of Turkish Cypriotes
If they.were not given protection by 1
the Uoaed Nations won the full backingof
ttI&,Turkish parliament for PremIer -
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Withdrawing his decision to abdicate I
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people.. 'Premier-was demonstrated King Nguyen Idrls against of Khanh(2) the Libya.of South abdication I S rr 3 H. P. 4 CYCLE ENGINE DELUXE RECOIL STARTING 3 H. P. 4 CYCLE MOWER :

Viet I Nam said his country had begun
negotiations aimed at resumption of

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6. The,Cuban government demandedthe
March return 20. (2)of commandeered several Cubans a Who.helicopter on

7.and Dead flew at1 to Florida.was Brendan Behan :OLD MILWAUKEE II i 34.87 4&.87 59.87 i

bolster pounced Aabam Us. himself Irish Gov.(2)a George playwright.L Democratic Wallace. candidate an.- Beer ,6 pak 89*,

'for presldent..nd entered the PLUS DEPOSIT''
presidential primary lit'(1) Wisconsin. I
f. Under President Johnson's "waron ,

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11., After resigning as presidentialpress I
secretary. Pierre Salinger announced Beer 6 pak 99* I
that he planed to (3) run for _
the u.S Senate In California. t %
12 Millions of dollars of damage was NO DEPOSIT-NO RETURN rr 3W STAR
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Florida's resurgence In events, the shot put and dis- I
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DuKe
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,,. Duke the Gators and FUrman won' from in separ-both And Furman broad jump.Top Time :H: Best .of AL?

I. ate dual meets at the UF/s asphalt Distance runner David Wil-

ovaL, Baeszler won two first planes son turned fa a brilliant .t

t. The Gators topped the Blue too. He took the hop, 9:34.7 in the two-mile run to ,
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Devils of the Atlantic Coast step and jumpwith an. effort also top Gagnon's old var- I By MIKE THETAssocIatedPress '

Conference 81-64 and clobber- of 43 feet 4tt inches and the sity mark. Gagnon's frosh Sports Writer

''edjFurman, Southern Conference broad jump with a leap of 21 mark for the event was y I Are the Milwaukee Braves the a
champion, 106-37. In ad- feet 2 inches. 9:48.2. best team in the American

--dition Florida's freshman Pete Skafte, the Gators' Speedy football halfback 9 League?

team nipped Furman 98. fine javelin thrower from Jimmy Jordan won two From the way the National

Only first place winners count Holte, Denmark, won his events for the UF yearlings.He League Braves have manhandled -

falfrosh: meets. specialty with a toss of 207 otok the 100-yard dash in American League opposition -

Charles Goodyear broke a feet 6 inches :9.9 and the 220 fa.:22.3. you get that feeling-but

r 1 10-year-old Gator martin the Florida sprint star George The two wins bossted the xz, it's just one facet of the supremacy -

two-mile: run as he turned the Leach won the 220yarddash Gators to.a 3-0) dual meet the NL is establishing in

eight laps in 9:31.8.: Dan Gag- in :22.1 but was nip- mark this season. The UF interleague battles with the AL .

DOli, all the previous record ped at the finish in the 100- topped Miami two weeks ago. during the exhibition baseball Thursday, April 2, 1464 15
'. of ';48J In 1954. yard dash by Tom Thompsonof Saturday the Gators will season.

.- Goodyear also won the Furman; Thompson was run another double dual meet Triggered by Hank Aaron's r i;

mile in 4:19.3 to be one offiv"o timed in :9.89 to Leach's :9.9. against Georgia Tech and Florida fifth homer, the Braves won

Gator double winners on Harry Winkler of West State here. The pro- Ay0. their 10th consecutive game -.

the:day. Palm Beach sparked the Ga- gram will start at 1:30: pjn.UFFURMAM'MEET k ei+w from American League opposition American League opposition, sive homer and Ron Santo

Football halfback Marquis tor freshmen. He won four. Wednesday, adding the Chi- Wednesday while the Los An-, stroked two doubles and a.sjn-

h ... I' ., cago Vhite Sox to their list of geles Angels and Baltimore recorded 'gle in the Cubs' 8-7 decisionover

"I F\ victims,.5-3. victories against NL the Red Sox.Batting .J ..

tc toler' The Braves' list now Includes teams. Star

; w 44tyard rel.y-1. Florida_ 2 Fur- x 1 every one of the seven ALteams The Dodgers shelled Minne- The Angels provided the day'sbatting

man Mil. :42-l runt Goodyear (Ff X HoltJfleld ) training in Florida. In 11 sota pitching for 15 hitsthreeby star as 'outfielder Lee
i (Fu); X Wells (F). 4:19.3
:i', batting champion Tommy Thomas hit two homers
,, 440-yard esh-I, Anderson (Fu); 2. games against AL opposition, -oneagrand
'- "- West (Full X Haley (F). :494, Davis-en route to a 7-3 victory slam-and collected six
:. .; ; Shot JM-.1. Thompson (F); X WaU GOODYEAR, WINS MILE RUN FOR GATORS only the Washington Senators
,I < drip (F); X Scratch, (Fu). 45 feet 8V* UF have managed a victory against protected by Larry Sherry'sfour runs batted in during a.J,0-7
101 track star does 4:19.3 in event
BeardRecovers ward dash-1, Thompson (FuJI i the Braves-they did it in the scoreless innings of pitch- thumping of the Giants. The Orioles -
1'i 2. Leach (F); X Anderson (F). :t., first ing. Merritt Ranew hit a deci- did it with pitching as Rob-
: High ump-l Stephens (F); 2. Dosch
ice. (Fh'3. Negln lf4 feet IV* Inches game.One Of Three in Roberts and Harvey Haddix
'> Javelin throw-1. Skaft, (F); X Rap ,
< peer (F); 3.. Bolden' (F). 207 feet Olympic Cage The Braves' victory was one of combined for a two-hitter in,a

4 High Inches hurtles-1, Wallace (F); X : .:: : three by NL teams Wednesdayon 4-0 shutout of Pittsburgh. ,

: \i Dosch (F);run X-Poore 1, Tyler(F)(.FuJI:15J880yard X .Brown d five-game Inter' -league program StandingsNATIONAL Elsewhere, the other half 1)f

(FU X Irby (Fu). 1:54.1 and lifd the National LEAGUE the White Sox' split squad,wal

Thompson 220-yard (FuJI dash-1 3. Anderson Leach"(-F Fu)).}:22.1330yard 5. Trials Open'At League's lead to 2-1 in games Milwaukee 12 W y L Pet..BOO loped Washington 12-7, Johnny

IntermedIate. hurdles l San Francisco 17 Blanchard and Kubek
.( between the two circuits. National 5 .773 Tony provided
Roberts (F); X Wallace (F); X PooreF Chicago 12 6 .667
.'Gainesville friends of one-time University of Florida golfer ( ) :40.0Broad League teams have won Pittsburgh 10 6 .425 all the runs with homersin

Frank' Beard, stricken last week with a strain of sleeping Brown (F lump); X -Lawrence 1, Baeszler(Fu). (21 F);feet X : 66 games, AL clubs 33. Los Houston Angeles ,* f 7-7 4 .500.400 the Yankees' 4-2 triumph over

sickness, will be happy- to learn the young pro star has made 2 Discus Inches throw 1, Bascellt (F) X St. Johns Behind Milwaukee in the in- New Philadelphia York 5 7 10 I .412.467 Detroit, Tracy Stallard of the

i a rapid recovery. Berghman (F); 3. Thompson (F);, 1TwomUe ter-league; standings are the SanFrancisco 7 10 .412 Mets shut out Cincinnati 3-0 on
.*..... .. feet f Inches CincinnatiAMERICAN LEAGUE
run 1, Goodyear (F); 2. Giants 15-2 againstAL W L Pet. six hits and Johnny Lewis hit a
I ; Pkns can for Beard to be released from,the Louisville Holllfled (Fu); X Harrell (F),. 9:314 NEW YORK (AP-The UJS. had in mind. In fact, basketballwasn't National Baltimore e 7 333 game-winning three-run homerin
Hop. step and lump l BaeszlerFi opposition. League New York a 9 .471
undergo:f 43( feet X 4'h Dosch Inches(F3 Lawrence (fu). Olympic Basketball Trials get even a part of the Olym- domination is so complete that Washington: 7 9 .438 St. Louis' 6-5 victory over
7 9 .438
..... Mile relay 1. Furman 2. Florida. under way at st. John's Univer- pic when he .
I ...... ; program penned the even the New York Mets, who Los Angeles 6''to 475 Philadelphia.The
.-- 3:24.3Pole sity today and never was it Minnesota 6 "'2
.
A
II ,- vault 1. Bewley (F); X Hoff- wordsin the 20s but it certainly are 6-2, have a better percentage 'Detroit S 110 .412 Houston Colts collected
} w'I man (F). 12 feet more true that "it matters not fits The situation. in play than'Cleveland a 13 .381 only two hits off Oklahoma City
I inter-league
who won nor lost, but how they Kansas City 5 11 .313
I UF-DUKE MEET The American League team Boston 6 15 .286 pitching but managed a 4-0 W-
lY, played the game." : trials consist of a three- any Standings Include only games between I
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440-yard relay 1. Florida; x Duke. Of that's not day, eight-team that Besides Milwaukee, the Dodgers I maJor league teams and do not Include I tory over their Pacific Coast
Y course, exactly tourney
against minor league teams or
Jo Halberste Jl : :42.1Mil*" run -'1. Goodyear); X Jacobson what the late Grantland .Rice' ends Saturday. The teams are and Chicago Cubs beat J"B"games team games. I League farm club.
I (D); X Wells (F). 4:194
44-y ard dans l, Haley X Newton made up of aU-stars from the

Sctb "partlli f.dJ.tOI'I Shot(D)put; x- 1, Stewart.(D:4);6j 2 Thompssn NCAA, the NAIA, AAU and Set Tomorrow :>
Field
(F); X Yates (D). 51 feet 5V* Inches Lavorante armed services. Each team Big .
,
100-yard dash 1 Leach (F); x
Anderson. (F); X O'Kennon (D). :f f plays three games, but the re-
... High lump 1, Barnes D) 2. Stephens
.... ; sults don't
..., FU 3. Mann ,D). 4 feet *U Inch really matter. I

h "JSeard, who won $1,500 in the recent Doral Open at Miami X es Javelin Rappenecker? I,' Skart(F). F 201); 2.feet Curtis 4 Inches(D); ServicesSet The UJS. Olympic Selection For P..I(. Yonge Relays

.two;weeb ago, was feared to be critically ill the first two 12Q.yard high hurdles 1, Fogle D); Committee will make its choicesby

days after being hospitalized but snapped out of that stage 2.880-yard Hubbard run(0)-); 1 X Brown Wallace F)F;)X. :14.4 Flowers Today individuals, not teams.They'll The 13th annual P. K. Yonge ley relay; 5:55: 220-yard dash;ing at 1:30 p.m., McGill said, in
*
remarkably well. His doctors say there Is no evidence of any (D): 3. Johnson, D) 1:545 select 12 players, plus .
dash 1, Leach F); X O' Relays, an invitiational track 6, mile relay; 6:15, presentation room 222 at Florida Gym.
Kennon six .
brain damage from the high fever and that the rising young (D); X Jenkins 1(0). :22 1330yard alternates, to represent the
Intermediate hurdles 1, BUENOS AIRES (APFu, -! United States in the meet, will be run tomorrow at of trophy to winning team. Here are current records. .in
j golf:'star be able to rejoin the tour within month. 'Tokyo
may pro a Roberts (F);"X Hubbard (D); X Harris scheduled the of Florida track. There will be a scratch meet.the PKY Relays.
0):40.0Broad neral services were University !
brain damage from the high fever and that the rising young Olympics this fall.Same .
lump '=- 1. Baeszler F); X
will start at 3:30
golf,star may be.able to rejoin the pro tour within a month. ZImmer O}; 3. Barnes (0). 21 feet today for Alejandro Lavorante It p.m.
t inches forma: Argentine heavyweight; Thing Bill McGill, PKY athletic di-

The one-time No. 1 Gator player'is a halt brother to former Stewart Discus D throw); X Beachman- 1. Bascettl, (,F,)., 148(F);feet X boxing champion who died more' Selection to the team is vir rector and track coach, said 17 PKY Relays Records J

Kentucky basketball star Ralph .Beard and is, a"relation of Two-mile run 1, Goodyear- F)7) 2 < than a year and a half after. tually the same thing as win- schools, in addition tothe_ Blue <.1' ....

,Percy Beard, UF assistant athletic director and track coach. Harrell Hop. step(F); and X Wane lump(D-).. 1 9:314, BaeszlerF collapsing at the end of a fight ning a gold medal The United Wave, will take part. Some 350 Name School Year(19511963)Events Tim *r Distant
entries expected. Shot 51 feet 2% In. Campbell Bronson If 41"
in Los I are
\ x Dosch F); 3. ZImmer D43 Angeles. States never has-lost basketball
I a Broad Jump 20 feet 11V In. Rhoden Macclenny 1963Discus
No feet 4V* Inches Lavorante, 27, died Wednesday in Teams that will compete in- ill feet t In. Gardner Stark 1942Hig"
Ramsey Says Mile relay 1. Duke; 2. Florida. game Olympiccompetition Starke .
Hurdles 15.24MJ Seymour > 1H1
:: 3:216 in Mendoza, never having and will be a prohibitive favorite clude Macdenny, Baldwin, 100 yd. Dash ,., Rhoden. Mactienny 19'1-0
Pole vault 1.
HomerD1 X Wad-
John Baldwin, local oil distributor, isaclose friend of dell (D); 3. Bewley (F). 13 feet S Inches. fully regained consciousness. He to take it all again. Since Branford, Bronson Chiefland, Mile Run Cogdill Fountain- -Stark P. K. Y. 19$5 1960
knocked out Sept. 21, 1962, Inverness[ Florida High of Tallahassee see Relay 1:32.4 Ocala. 1954
was
Frank Ramsey, the Boston Celtics'-star and one-time Kentucky World War n, no team has 440 Dash 51.1 Register Stark 1962
cage great.: ; by heavyweight Johnny Riggins come closer than 24 points to Green Cove Springs, Wynn .. Ocala err 194f
Hill Rise and then underwent three deli- the U.S. aggregation.And Jasper, Keystone Bights, Lake tao Low Run Hurdles 2:05.7 20.' Darby MIchels>,4 Stark 195 1961'

It was mentioned here some weeks ago that Ramsey Is touted cate brain operations. Weir, Melrose, Newberry, North Sp. Med. Relay 2:03., Florida .High. 1943

'1 to be Adolph Rupp's successor as UK basketball coach, "I just kept hoping and pray. with the field of 96 candi- Marion, Santa Fe, Lake Butler, 220 High Dash Jump 6 22.4 feet U In. Rhoden Seymour _Macclenny Stark. 1962 1963

when the Baron retires with current Rupp aide Harry Lancaster And Dancer ing he would come through," dates for the 12 berths, it appears -Williston and PKY. I Mile Pole Vault Relay 3:36.4.12 feet 10 In. Martin Stark Stark 141 1942

moving up to be athletic director. Riggins said in San Francisco certain that coach Henry There will be preliminariesin 1

hearing of Lavorante's Iba of Oklahoma State should the high hurdles at 3:30: 100-
Baldwin reports that Ramsey, who plans to retire at the end Get TrialBy upon death. "He was a good fighter have another winner. yard dash, 3:40: ; low hurdles,

of'the current season as a Celtics' player, wants no part of and could have gone up"Stopped Most of the All-America and 3:50; and 220-yard dash, 4 p.m., Veteran Hawks '

college coaching. KELSO STURGEON Little All-America selectionsare All finals will start at 4 p.m. I

Ramsey has a booming business In Kentucky with main offices Associated Press Sports Writer The 1962 bout was stopped in included. Time Schedule

In Madisonville. He wants only to go back and help his the sixth round after Riggins, While -of them The time schedule lists shot Rap Warriors
none are assured '
partner run the business. He told Baldwin he is not interested LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP-Hill who appeared to be trailing of the team put, discs throw, broad jump,

'In college coaching in any form, especially the Kentucky Rise and Northern Dancer, the through the first four rounds, candidates spots have on to include ,Walt top high jump and pole vault finalsto

position. early favorites for the Kentucky landed three solid rights in the start at 4 o'clock. I SAN FRANCISCO (APSt.. Wilt Chamberlain hit 16 poiMs
Derby, probably will get a Hazzard of UCLA, Lucious Other events: I
fifth and sixth. Lavorante returned as the Warriors built a20
Now you've heard both sides of that story. One from ,the chance to find out which is the to his corner, then Jackson of Pan American College 4:30, high hurdles; 4:35, 100- Louis finesse keeps the pressureon first-quarter lead and they built

lady;in the registrar's office at the UK; the other from Ramsey best horse 10 days before the slumped off his stool uncon- Dave Stallworth of Wichita yard dash; 4:45, mile run; 5- the muscular: young San it to a 47-27 advantage before
himself. classic Run for Cotton Nash of Kentucky, in the National
Roses. scious. 580-yard( relay; 5:10, 440-yard Francisco Warriors the Hawks began surging back.
Cazzie Russell of Michigan Ron !
*J= dash; 5:20, low hurdles;
An emergency brain operationwas 5:35,1 Basketball Association'sWestern

?Z:' Caught on the Run Rise Bfll.Finnegan, Indicated,Thursday who trains he Hill Is performed to remove a Bonham Bradley of of Princeton Cincinnati, Willie Bill, 880-yard run; 5:45, sprint playoff finals and the I Hagan held the hot shooting
.. hand with 13 second quarter
blood cIoL.A inch section
pointing the El Peco Ranch colt 3-by-5 Shaw of Lane College, Larry proved too much, at
-'This Is the year of Shakespeare and what has to be the for the $25,000-added Blue Grass .of his skull was removed In a pressure points as the Hawks narrowedthe
Pursiful the
of 66ers
top' tory yet comes from.Jacksonville. The niece of a Gaines- Stakes at Keeneland, and an 'second operation to relieve pres- and Willie Murrell Phillips of Kansas Home Runs least in the opening game. i count to 58-54 at the half.

villeresident Is interning at a big high school in the Gateway early showdown with Northern :sure but later was reinserted. State. Leading by 20 points four min- Pettit took over the guarding

City::Recently, she had her English class study one of Shake- Dancer, the favor- II Lavorante remained in Los I Chamberlain for the period and
the
; ( spear's most famed works "MacBeth." te- to win Saturday's even-money Florida I Angeles until May 4, 1963, wheal The NCAA has three teams of Too Much utes into the second quarter, held him to five.

... Derby. he was taken back to Argen- all-stars in the field; the NAIA Warriors faltered and the I In the second half it was
The teacher then asked for comments from the students..
tina. He received therapeutic representing the nation's small heads-up play of such veteransas Guerin's turn and he scored 23

An
i '; MacBeth had been written In English it might have Dancer, has said he would send home. and armed services two each.. and Bob Pettit brought the second only to Chamberlain's

tared out to be:a great piece of literature." his colt in the 114-mile event at By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Hawks a 115-111 victory. I 37. Fourteen of Richie's puts

,
iCeeneland. had came on free throws.
Mississippi pitchers a
'r The latest on .the huge battle to recruit 6-8 Wesley Unseld 3a.Ck on problem In Wednesday's baseball So in the West the St. Louis Hagan suffered a bruised knee

of Seneca; High in Louisville is that the school's coach, Bob "Well just separate** the men :Nicklaus GO LF game with Southeastern club leads 1-0(). and meets the in the second half and Len WR-
has been offered from the boys then, Finnegan Warriors at the Cow Palace in
Mul ahy, a position as assistant cage mentor LouIsiana.. kens turned an ankle, but bath
he said adding that if' Hill Rise I No. 2 Friday night,
at Kansas, provided brings Unseld with him. game on
The Ernie Knob- back in action for
went in the Blue Grass he would t4 MAStgR'sMY 4 -, problem was Boston leads Cincinnati 1-0 in are expected
R ssia-i3 sending Its women's basketball team to the United loch. He kept hitting home runs., the Hawks on Friday wgfct.
not have a race over the PMM F0 MO. ID 520 Y D PAR $ the East with their second meet
States t for a series of games with an American six. The 'exhibitions 3iurchin Downs surface before He hit them until Southeastern Boston.Starke Hagan, used sparingly in fee
In
will start April 11, and then the Russians go to Lima the Derby. A 6MALL NICW& OK DIP iN 'relitr Louisiana beat Mississippi 109.! ing tonight second half, scored 23 for St.

'' Perfi for a world tourney starting April 1C. WAY z&o YP&. PteoAAre 0t4 'rYoutn415 Knobloch rapped one in the I Louis. Center Zeimo Beaty Bit

The Blue Grass, at 1H milesis GREEN IS Y t4t MYKEACUtf KNOW CHECKPOINT! first inning and connected again for 24 including 18 In the second
'
1 die Russian girls average to 5 feet 10 inches hi height and i the last distance prep for the ON MY DRIVE in the fifth. Then in the bottomof Ii Goes half. .-

caejyoung Jadyt,Ravflya Salimova is 67. That's tall in any Derby and will be run April 23. S'I t. GO fox -rue GREEN wml A6R70N the ninth with Louisiana down I

man's. (or women's) league.Bowling. The Derby is |'-'y 2. SHORT 2ND..o,-fHgM 14ERwISEt PI1CH'A DUFICLM'3RD MU51'PLAY U:, the slugging rightflelder I .

... OtilEg WATER blasted his third, good for two After Fifth Miss Smith
Hill Rise who had
Finntgan
runs and a victory. In all, he
considered starting on Satur knocked in eight of Louisiana's LAKE CITY Starke's base- a

Standings day's opening-day program atiCeeneland 10 runs. Mississippi is now 3-2. ball team will go after its fifth Is Favorite :
worked out six furlongs
In the only other game involving win in six games this season I
in about 1:15 .
Wednesday.The Southeastern conference it meets the Columbia
a when
.s4wf ST.
PETERSBURG Fit.
; SVNDAY''MrXED. McCoy BuHdlng Supply 54 54 colt was never pressed and
i .{" .. W Vise's! Drug store 51 57Ufs team Georgia bombarded Virginia High Tigers at 3:30 p.m. tomor- APMarilyn) Smith established
11 : Esso' 4f. ,* caught clockers in
GafnesvTH Moose 5 was by some
J University City BankFyrofaxCas. ... pJcal PentUc 48 40 .!w.- Military Institute for the herself as a fawrite to
4, 4 veil Electric 42V* 4SV* 1:143-5. straight
second day winning row.The
Busctt Bavarian ,45 4 RESULTS : : .. Tornadoes and- :.::11gers.. win the St Petersburg Werat&'s
Farm. Bureau 44 5 Ess 3 McCoy Btflkfing Suppty i Finnegan said he presently Open Golf Tournament starting
GridleyMusic 51 6: eN Electric 3. Schlltz 1; Bud- 115.Larry played earlier this week and it
KirkMtrlck) ,i Pterson tl 47 .Duke Lumber Co. h Wts s i plans to start HID Rise April 11 ?'4 I Thompson of Georgia homer by today when she turned in fee
cent.... Flag Tile t Marble 47V* 48 3. MncheWs Shoes 1; Trop :-i\ I hit a two-run triple as he went took a sixth-inning card
low in the
in
KptM-Bar 4T 73V.ttaos X Bank of Hawthorn L a 6-furlong sprint-the $7- Reddish to produce a 7-6 pro-am prel t-
et4k'LIMMr. Cl'4 7M 'Y SECOND SHIFT 500 Spendthrift Purse for 3-year- s>2 i" uha three -for five. Carroll Minick Greg inary.
RESULTS W L win for Starke.
GaInefvflIe 4.F, +Knottt Bar I; Hy. 44 30 olds. If the colt, son of Hillary- topped off a seven-run fourth inning However she didn't get the
Univ. CItY Bank 3. >m 1j Splu. 40 34 by knocking In three runs do the
Os'i KlrtpatHck t'Pterson PtrN\. 38V* 3MS3Bwch Red Charm starts April 11, II Mark Hamilton will, $1,000 prize money because her
rsvarlan 2V*, Belk Undsey Screpert 38V. 37V then K will definitely go in the aj with a 375-foot homer. hurling for Starke. He won last
1W ..GrW.W Music S. Cwttral Fl.. :TUit S ompw 38V* 37V team was disqualified when an
i 2. Rlct 37 3* Blue Grass. j 1F A .IlOJo.&Gr WIW Duane Conques, had, given Tuesday's game in a relief role,

.:e TWtUOiJT- ,w' L Shortordera Nighthawks 3 35V* r6Miller's 40V* ,The pre eBCe of both Hill 1' 1.EAVE W9mc15 A MAf(6fN MS'1tCA) Of' e S1U.Otol, VMI a third inning lead with a tossing the final two innings. I amateur ered to have member posted was a disctv-wrong

.. .. 45 INDUSTRIAL ; I 'M8 RlGI-t1' DAN&ER two-run homer.
Rise and 'Northern Dancer in ? AVOID J
Md: 58 44 W CMcKbmeyGreen US:1": -11MJG&-11-4e Other starters for Coach: JohriMannIng's card. Her round of 70, four uf-
Yearwood
L '$ .*i. +. 53 51 Ins. :II" the ,Btee Grass would sharplycut I: 1R.G CAl'CJ.Ioae -r RAP., i,< The victory by Jim the
der women's
GREEN 6,2Wlard
I 51 53 GVIU Shopping CenterPepper 31 IT I 4-4 record. Don nine are expected to par on -
a
Mar*'. '. 48 54 Printing Co. .27 21 the starting field in that -t AJMf1" t.oM -o.tarotJRNAMa.t1" gives Georgia Sunset Chub
for* ,. -.RESULT? Birder Feed MlHsServkemaster 24 22Linkfiald' a-. WHEN MY PAWWem* iZf* \ Today's S R C; scheme includes Frick, first base; Emmett Ak- course was lowest in the fieldof
1 X McCoy'sManarWs tin's 2V*. 24 22 Barring mishap those con- t : OJE.R twe efcegw. uicwt-V MUP j
\Vi; Miller'' forehand B t G Motors Itu 30 30 sidered probable starters are : ., StoIpD tt SNogt CP wAnes. a rematch for Mississippiat ridge, second base; Don Falcon, 37 pros.
Paul's Auto Salvage
split-4.- COMMERCIAL. wonderhouM Rest. ItU 30 T.A. Grissom's Susan's Gent, Southeastern Louisiana, shortstop; Wayne McLeod, third They, teed off today 'In que t
W L Florida Pest Con. 32 SdB&era MisfiMsM is at Mississippi base; Gary Cole,left field; Red- of the $10,000 in prize, money
kNIPl" 44 44 RESULTS Calumet Farm's Ky. Pioneer, '1 A asotlJess ah4 tln rB
Budwefecr 41 47 McKlnncy-Greeft 4." Fla. Pry 0; Service- Dan Farm's Saltville and State, and Georgia Techis dish, center field; and Mike offered for the 72-hole Jouroataent -
Bank!** Hawthorn 4* 41 matter 3. Ptot'e! Park 1} Cr;J* Step. Darby *
DukJT Lumber Co.Mftehtih shy 51'h Cent. X Pepper 1, Birdsey 4. Paul Awto Hd Rise and Northern Dancer. at Georgia. Waters right field. ,
Shots 54 54 9i Wonderhows X BG Ls
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16 Gainesville Sun Thursday, April 2, 1964IJust

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Tune In Shea StadiumNEW '" ..'.; \-. -



YORK (AP) If The A model was unveilled Tues- Roston said. "It's the first time 1 the broadcasts of other games,
Beatles are a sort of shrieking day at a Manhattan hotel, and this has 'ever been tried on a'' on those frequent occasions Auto
yellow, what color are the New the press was duly impressed.First Scoreboard."' I when the Mets are behind 13-1 Seruice enter : :
Designed It in the third innings.
York Mea? the inventor, Bob Boston ..
Boston's firm designed the exploding Roston played some more
Tune In the new Shea Stadium played some music on a
Scoreboard, and find out. tape recorder. Each musical Scoreboard for the Chicago .i music, this time "Take Me Out :
IT! IT
CHARGE BUDGET !
White Sox. He said this to the Ball Game, and the colors .
The Scoreboard, largest In the note produced a different coloron uIT !
but it flashed and off on the
will be much larger on
world, is being built for the new the white shell in back of the one ,
in which will shell Is 175 feet will not explode. I white shell like the backgroundfor
stadium the Mets Scoreboard. The
Roston didn't say, but the an old Esther Williams ,.,..
the Pirates which will idea .
open against Pittsburgh long, give you an
.... .
on April 17. The board bas of the size of this new board. reason probably is that gun. movie. .-

28,000 lights, \Shows movies, "High notes come out in yellow -powder could go stale waitingfor ..-... ., 1
plays music in color-and even and so on down through the the 10th-place Mets to hit a Junior HighMeet ,, ,
keeps score. darker colors for the low notes," homer. TodayThere ,_.ct
Instead the board will play r" t
music, flash the colors, displaythe !! ... I
will be a junior high
Baltimore's Gene Shue .
words for songs, and show school track'meet at 4 p.m. today -
I color slides of each player as he at the P. K.: Yonge track.Teams .

Calls It Quits in NBA comes works to like bat the on a ones screen in that the from Howard Bishop, .',

drive-In movies.. Westwood, Buchholz and PKY
( ) feel that the time has come The board can also show will compete.
me to leave the active play. movies, or even television programs Today's meet will serve as a .
end of professional basket if a game'is held up by' further warmup for a big
Shue said. rain. I' championship event at the University -

who lives in suburban This brought questions that of Florida track on April TIRE AND ACCESSORIfi
said he will continue 1 the board be used to bring in 16. SPRING
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I GREENSBORO N. C. (AP- Palmer in'this final '
; Whitey competitive
Seifert of Manor Motel t
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pounded out a 665 series last hfcVBring/ YouBaseball
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eight to pace the Night Owl his first golf tournament victoryof championship which begins next .
the year headed a field of Thursday at Augusta, Ga.
) 8 150 that began play today in The field included such worthies '; -
.League at Palm Lanes. Seifert the $35,000 Greater Greensboro as, Billy Casper George :

:toppled 214-244-207 en route to Open. Bayer, Tony Lema, Tommy Jacobs News'
Tus! standout set r Jack Burke Al Besselink,
The
competition formida-
; r Chuck Morris of Park Lane ble. Included was Lionel Hebert Ken Venturi, Art
I were nine of the
:cafeteria had an even 600 on Wall, Dow Finsterwald Doug p
12 ,men who have won on the
93-235-172. Merrill Parker, Wil'fiamsThomas i Ford, Bruce Devlin, Mason Rudolph -
= tour this year 22 of last year's I
Doug Sanders and fellow ] at Its Best
had a 579. Seifert's 25 leading money winners and a -
named Sam Snead
244 who'll be
was high
game. WHITEY SEIFERT 26 of the current top 40.
=: 52 next month.
Manor Motel came up with Jack Nicklaus Julius Boros ....-
.'. Hot Night
-a fancy 3145 series on games of .and other top notchers joined Seven Tunes 1

: 3036-1024-1055. The 1066 was Snead has won seven times, All Season Long! : :
i :J pest effort.
starting with the 1938
inaugural
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Bette Sprow of Coca-Cola led Player Burns : and running through 1960 and< .

I, league the University City Women's | 'eight times has" finished second : }'. ,'r' ,../. :: ':'- -
at Palm Lanes with a or third. :':
I $74 set. She posted games of I
: '194181199. Jeanne Leland of At No The 72-hole tournament'runs
Trophy
'Old Milwaukee had a 558, Alice through Sunday over the par 72 .
I :Jtesch, Brown's Texaco Service -- Sedgefield Country Club course I Beginning with the opening of the baseball

i jrolled 551; Shirley Hester, NASSAU Bahamas AP) PGA championships). Id say measuring, about 7,000 yards. //11 season, the Gainesville Sun will daily/;
'BuscJl Bavarian, had 546 with a The Vardon Trophy goes each I I've accamplished a great t Palmer' who a year ago at I. carry,

f I 215 hjgh game; and Val Redem-, year to the golfer with the lowest deal." this time had won this three tournaments'hasn't the complete box scores of. all daytime and
Iky-Gold Coast Restaurant, hit won year. He
I( w.rz average score on the profes The Vardon Trophy is restricted lost' a Pensacola Fla., playoffto night time games including West Coast '
I\ :; Busch'X41.10272990 Bavarian spilled 1022- sional tour. But if Gary Player, to members of the Professional Gary Player last month finishing '
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Golfers Association. second in a three-way 18hole I : ",games.
A .
with the 1027 has the: lowest,score, he won't .
e PGA spokesman said Player playoff that also involved
-f the
high 'game. Splits were made get trophy.
had not Miller Barber. .
for
r t y Mary Culbreath, Coca-Cola, applied member- Ties for third ''t- : ORDER THE SUN TODAY! See
.$-7 and' Edna Old And that burns him. ship. Last Jan. 1, a new rule at Los Angelesand your SUN.
; Hargrove. ;
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1 ililwaukee,>7. "I'm simply not eligible for made foreign pros ineligible for San Francisco in Januarywere ..l;:' .} i ;:: carrier route salesman '
or call
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the 'trophy because I'm: not a membership. only high-money c., "\
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resident of the United States," finishes. ., ., V' 8441 or write the Circulation
i |PKY Seeks said Player," whose home is Johannesburg Player who is registered 'as A regional television network ". : '" Department"
pro at Nassau's Arawak Club, will carry the concluding holes i.1 ; : ;.,1 '" Box .
South Africa. 57, Gainesville, Florida ;;
is here resting up for the Mas- Sunday as the professionals : :: ,
i |Fifth Win "But that ruling doesn't make ters Tournament at Augusta.I battle for: top money of $5,500. : :

sense to me, and I think some- The killing pace of the tour he ;: / .
thing should be done to changeit said, is forcing him to considera :
I P. K.'Yonge will seek its fifth High Goals : ;:
The ironic part of it is that lighter tournament schedule. }T
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1 Straight. baseball victory of theseasbir
Vardon "Last I traveled : Oiabtesuille L.
Harry was an Englishman. year more LOS ANGELES
aM pm tomorrow whenit ." than (APjShortstop : ;
180,000 miles, he said.That's .
'S'Ji: St-to Green Cove Springs Jim Fregosi, 21, has set ; (

atlEfBrue Wave field.lEEXIs The Vardon Trophy Is awarded wife and too four much.children I've and got I'm a three goals for himself during fl.1 :
:3-0 ia the Southern Di- to the golfer with the lowest 1964.He .
going to spend more time with would like asL
to bat
.300
i average score on the pro tour -
: each Player had the low them. who wouldn't? He will be striving -
ConferHoskins: average year.in 1961 and again in "I may split the,year up-six for an AllStarberth on'the Some 5h| million American homes now have.some form of air-conditioning an ,increase of 3/4 of *
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1963. But the trophIe went to months at home and six monthson American League team.and hs million during the past year. To sell this growing market, manufacturers invested nearly $2 million in
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advertising in 1958.
the tour. lewspaper .
f:to tart Mac Johnson on the Arnold Palmer and Billy Casper hopes to steal 20 bases. :

mound with Rob Hansen and ,,respectively."I -
Bobert Stearns reserve.
*< they Blue Wave starters read a big story on Casperin
1 expected to be Rusty Marcus are, a major golf magazine" which CHEVY: : by ChevroletHow
said he won the trophy, Player i
t first
catcher:'' Tom Hansen, ,
said. "The writer didn't even

Eas4J RIcky,aglow Solley 'shortstop, secondEaseECeorge ; ,acknowledge that I actually from it all the cost of travel !=

Cv:TJaiHir Lott.Dennison kft field: Tommy third base Stal-; I I earned win. Neither it, but was did Casper.not eligibleto to get away including high

sinker center field; and Ron- "I don't understand it, that's
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rile... Rodgers. right field. alL If you're looking for a way to get the whole family there and back Besides ,of come,there arc Chevy II sedans and coupes. *

Trained on a small vacation budget, this is the station wagon that&ando it. They come with a wide range of engines, including a thrifty Four.:

jjpest Beats "But rye trained myself to You see, a Chevy II is one of the most inexpensive wagons you m The Super Sport Coupe comes with bucket seats and either an;

accept things like this. I've got can own. It goes so many miles brtween gas stops you'll think we. extra-cost floor-mounted Powerglide or 4-speed transmission, along*

Est,17-8, need.everything in It.life I want or built in a spare tank. Garage stops, too, are far, far.apart.; with door-to-door carpeting.So although Chevy II's are economical:

,.;::::: .. And you get 76,cu. ft. of cargo space for less money than you'd' TRADE 'H' TRAVEL to buy and own, they certainly don't look it. :
S11JJoys', ClUb "I've won 50 tournaments. expect to pay for most sedans. Big enough to'handle fat rowboatsand And now,that it's Trade N' Travel Timo at your Chevrolet

And I'm the closest of the modern tall fishing poles. Powerful enough to tote fully loaded trailers. TIME dealer's, you'll never find a better time to look into Chevy II.:

WHl beat East 17-8 in a'Midget day players to win the big And all Chevy II's come with Chevrolet's money-saving, easy- Look under its hood. Slam its solid doors. Bounce on its thickly:

_ CUague all-star game at the four events (he needs only the eare f eatures.T 'ke Body by Fisher,rus >reSstingflush.and-dryrocker padded foam-cushioned seats. But above all else-try it on th
BdjjCClub: last night. U.S. Open title to match his panels,batte 'y-s:1.vWg Delcotron generator and se1C-a jt1Sting brakes. FOR THE GREAT HIGHWAY PERFORMERS highway. ItH give you a good run for your money. *
:.J. y'Hoffman led West with British Open Masters and
C1z.mtIll Nova.-Door Station Waaon
flyy?::'points and David Smith .

mite four for East. PKY Runners
.Hawks won from Lakers 72- I .
5l:1 inn a Senior loop playoff I 1"

game.-,Ernie Windsor and Ro- Capture Meet 1 r.
berl4&rms each had 24 points
foC hawks while David Bron-: BRANFORD -P. K. Yongewon
soir hit 20 and Dean Niederkohr a triangular meet with Santa '
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li 'forLakers.Jnla: Fe and Branford by posting ll&H
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regular Midget game, 79 points to 66 for the runner- : JIl

CJiargers topped Buffalo Bills I up Rebels and 40 for the host ..
12-10s Donnie Pelt hit four I Bucs. yflE.
for the winners. Broncos
points '
Tommy Stalnaker paced the
beat Oilers 21-6 with Ted Covey '
Blue Wave by winning the 100-
making 10 points for Broncos yard dash in :10J, the low hurdles I
arid) Toy Bass five for the losers. :21.3 and running a leg on I

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= time of :56.1, the 880 which Neil
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L3ac"'ld School will
High open relay in 3:46.0.: Time for the
!tts'2eball season at 2 p. m.
sprint medley relay was 2:11.3. I
toIUQJIpW in a game with Wil- Santa Fe was strong in field .. .. '
listeiuVocationaL: The the Lincoln contest events to pile up its points for \ t a I fLI; J .' I
willfbe played on second place.
diamond.The .
;Terrlers have eight The Rebels Won the high
ga& :booked to date. hurdles with Sandy Leather-
The schedule: wood in :16.6 the 880-yard re-
'lpmprrowWilllston: Vocation- lay in 1:37.0 the 220-yard dash
alrApril 6_ at Mebane (Alach- with Kenny Ray Thomas in
uar-April 8, wmiston Voca- :24.4, the high jump by War-
lion 1-April 10, at Lake City; ren Buck, S feet 9' inches; the

ApfiQS, Mebane; April 15, at broad jump Leatherwood, 18 t ,
I Homed (Oealaf April 17, Lake feet 10% inches; and the pole

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::Anr Olympic flavored.match I feature, Roy Saari started his of heats this afternoon --.--- ... *
between some of the world's bid for a. third straight triple and tonight. ma mmfXfammmmafmimumm 65 Feet Long

best swimmers highlighted today's victory against a 1,650-yard Hetz' coach, Janos Satori, ContestMaterial 18 Feet Wide* '
field by high school said the winner of the medley NOW ON DISPLAY *
opening of the Men's National freestyle led
of rivers and fish and fishing. Com-
1 love any discourse I AAU Indoor Swimming boy Don Schollander.Six here could turn out to be the SEA LARK Coat Guard Inspected
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Izaak Walton)
.. pleat Angler, GENERAL and Diving Championships. Finalists Olympic champion to be Lounge room &
The first event, the 400-yard Preliminary competition this crowned next fall in Tokyo.He By CARTER CRAFTBUILT Snack bar -
continues good. Spring turkey season r Willard Stanford
Area fresh water fishing the six named the chief challengers BY FISHERMEN Leaves Dockat
_ m individual medley, pitted WestGermany's afternoon determined Taylor's
12-
proudly displays 'a
; .By and in progress.large, fresh water fishing of all kind is good: includes I record-holding Ger- finalists who will meet tonight as Rich McGeah of the pound 13-ounce SantaFe FEATURING 7:30 a.m.
fast and hardt Hetz against America's in the individual medley finals University of Southern California bass he ROOM Returns 5 to 6 p.m.
speck, bass, and bream. Bream fishing Is improving took recentlyon
____ _should be at its best soon. too all-round swimmers. The winner,of the 1,650 will beO'Malley I ord, who of 16.4 set an minutes American at rec-lastweek's a live shiner. e STORAGE SPACE

The Special Spring Turkey Season Is now open. Only gobb National
Collegiate
lers can be taken; hunting is from % hour before sunrise to Doesn't Think Championships; Dick Roth a TebbettsStricken STABILITYCombination $5.00 per person ,
through April 12. Check your regulations for for Rod Reel
noon every day Santa Clara, Calif. high school Salt fir FreshWater $1.00 &
which Alachua County is NOT open!
counties
are
open;
When this appears in print I will be out of town on business. Dodders To Be As Strong: junior, and possibly Ed Townsend Boat That
this a close runner-up to Me I Is So Much Lower In
Therefore, there will be no fishing report on area waters o b Geah last week. At Tucson Price Trips open to individuals

,week. VERO BEACH, Fla. AP) Angeles Dodgers will be as Sat., Sun. and HolidaysFor
This will be Hetz'' first com-
RANDOM CASTS AND SHOTS
Owner Walter O'Malley is in- strong this season as they werea I
in American meet You Walk Around In
Here's How To Measure petition an TUCSON, Ariz. (AP-Birdie I It. I
clined to doubt that the Los year ago. However, he thinks
The really experienced angler uses a tape measure, rather I his club is more exciting to and first try at the 400-yard dis- Tebbetts, manager of the Cleve- Charter Mon., Tu i.,

than a scale, to gauge the caliber of his catch. watch than the fence busting i tance, though he holds theworld's land Indians, ,apparently suf- SEE AT Wed., Thurs. & Fri.

...Since a good fish Is more than heft, factors such as length, Brooklyn teams that won record in the 400-meter fered a heart attack Wednesday
pen-:
breadth and even memories must be considered. He also rep- Spartans nants a decade ago. I medley. night but hospital officials eaid

sent! a small fortune In tackle, long unproductive hours on Won 400 Medley indications were there was no

water, and a certain something that makes missing sleep and ''The rest of the National. Saari won the 400-yard med- immediate danger to his life. RD Phone:- Cross City

hot meals umlmportant. Besides, a fish that leaves you dripping Try AgainTALLAHASSEE League looks stronger this year ley at last year's AAU, but is Tebbetts was carried out on a
and I'm not that will I
deserves than set of scales. sure we to it this HY 83423The
with perspiration more a expected pass up year. :
stretcher from the HiwayHouseHotel 601 S. MAIN ST.
'. The fishing lads at Mercury outboards, who won't admit to (APMichlgan ) be, O'Malley said today. "The The Saari-Schollander duel
actually using such techniques, offer several suggestions on I State's baseball team gets Giants scare me the most of all. features an unorthodox swim- where the Indians are -
"But I think we'll be excitingto staying during the spring training -
Florida
another chance today at
wielding a tape: mer against a technically per.
1. Carry your fish far enough away from the waU. so he State, which handed the invaderits watch a Maury Wills ste. feet swimmer. season fn'Tucson.

can't flop back in. Hold him firmly with your foot, and meas- first defeat of the season. 104 bases or a Sandy Koufax Saari, defending champion in He was taken to St. Mary's Crosley

ure from the end of his nose to the tip of his tail. If he's a particularly The Seminoles thrashed Mich- strike out 18 a game than it is the 1,650 and holder of the Hospital.

-I lively specimen, It's legal to measure up and over igan State 10-5 Wednesday with to see someone hit a lot of"i world's record at 1,500 meters, A physician at the hospitalsaid SEA SLED ___
of extra inches. of the runs scored in the homers. I think the fans agree. early today that Tebbetts
your shoe, thus adding a couple seven uses the regular flutter kick
"" 2. For more imaginative anglers, the "around" system may fifth inning on a barrage of Used Speed only when he shifts to his l:definitely suffered a coronary, NOW ONLY

be employed. Simply hold the tape at the end of the fish's nose, singles. The loss broke MIchI- The Dodgers used speed, the "speed stroke." Most of the ,but is in satisfactory condition.

IIand measure around the body in a spiral to the tail. This type gan State's string of seven victories bunt and the hit-and-run to ex- time he uses a sort of a side The Indians were idle Wednesday _

of reading is rewarding. ; and made FSU 13-3 for the cellent advantage Wednesday stroke scissors kick. Schollander but held a workout. $470

3. The "up and down" method Is probably best of all. It is season. when they raked two Minnesota sticks to the standard flutter Indians' General Manager

.'." easy, yet yields significant results. Measure one side of the In a non-tournament B team pitchers for 15 hits and won an kick with a style regarded as Gabe Paul said Tebbetts complained I

i fish from head to tail, then measure the other side in the oppo- game, Wake Forest beat Michigan exhibition from the Twins here, beautifully correct. Schollander, about chest pains 8 ,

.. site direction. If you're good at mathematics, you can achievethe State 42. The same two 73. After getting three runs cff also a Santa Clara high school short time before he was takento AT' -- v SEE

same results by measuring one side, and multiplying by. teams will play again today. Bob Miller in five innings, er, has been Saari's chief rivalin the hospital. f .1; IT
two. Those shaky in arithmetic are advised to avoid this method the American Leaguers were the distance events. Tebbetts, who makes his homein NOW

..;. as any error in calculation is just as likely to defeat your Tampa Adds shut out the rest of the way by The top six Americans in Anna Maria, Fla., is 54. /Tf
help it. Larry Sherry.
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.'.*. FREE FOR THE ASKING The Dodgers will pitch Sandy each event will qualify for Rachel Emmel,
Some free literature which the outdoorsman might be Interested D'Agostino Koufax against Ernie Broglio of Olympic trials next July. FRANK'S

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The schedule Solunar Periods as somewhat shorter duration. 21-22-23. \
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Ing bi good cover during thesa tunas Friday 10:15 4:aa 10:30 1:x STMICHT ramm tonsci vunr 85 woo- e l11CIEIT act DISTUIIIC co..ra.uar If:"
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"Sims, Jr., Research Biologist for the department, who Is tryingto title with a 3-1 record to 2-2 for SPRING BARGAINS! JI;* f.fi1i ,' : <.' .; .. ', '''. learn more about the origin and travels of the phyflosoma :!_, j: ': )'f'j.i: 1' .. .
Bronson and 1.3 for Cedar Key ,. ;'Wj/f.stlJf't,4. J1. ;*;UW":4'P; : .
larvae of the spiny lobsters. if tW-i <. :' ...
frank Center
,. Hawthorne took Eastern DivisIon Philpott's Sport '; W1.n ;; :;: ;, "
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Drift bottles help the biologist learn more about the ocean laurels. *? & : fm4' ',''J ,. FYOUUp ',7' x'f.'r.J'h
currents that the lobster larvae to our shores. The ;; t- ,:;# >
may carry BOATS MOTORS TRAILERS <. .v> > ..::.::K., d % {.;;; ;", +;. '" ., <
findings of this study could boost Florida's commercial fishing New 712! HP ,<.t>> ' ,.. "y>;..i-t.i]:; .M...'.l"#'. ,
14 Wood $35 14' Tilt . $40 %%::O// ..,.'. '@ti.I''T';ty;>.:'g 1.<"<5.t; ; ,. .
business and lower the cost of fresh lobster for your table. FJslnng Tidei Elgin. $195 .y ; @f.f. 4# 1 ; .i # <'
During the spring of 1964 an additional 5000 bottles will be Used 10 HP
14 Aluminum $69 14' Tilt .. $85 '
Johnson
$225
released In the Caribbean Sea and each of them will be worth > '
9* Fiberglass $90 New 5Vi HPEvnn 16' Tilt $179 :
|1 to the lucky finder. Cedar KeyTomorrow >> U ... $235 of' "'"' '". .
I .The bottle Is a standard 7-ounce pop bottle with a cork In .W'lr 1 N I'N' 0.
High at I a.m and 4:3O o SPECIAL ; >
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top. may yellow or youshould p.ill Low at 10:33 un. :: ,i" ,'"N' ,,
find such a bottle break it, disposing of the glass in a Saturday High at 7.33 ..m. and New 17' ,". 1963 PORTABLE CAR-TOP $'
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:safe place and return the card by mail to the address given. 'I IS PJIU Low at 12:17 ajn. and 11:11a.Sa FOLBOT with double piddle, carrier, cover and $155 ''W]; .."iif.'f'! ,..''' .. ;., ? ;', .'if./' ., <
.:PJease fill In all the Information asked for. Rewards and acknowledgments +day High at f:44 ajn. and 1:33 anchor, complete for ..... ..... . ,.fJ. ..fj "'4U: .; w ; "f1' : ?,
p m Low at 1:35 a.m. and 12:54 p.m. :, '
will be made by mall from St. Petersburg. Monday High t07' :54 ajn. and North of Belk-Undtey' . 20 N.W. 14th Avenue %.
Low ,
I:31 p.m. at 3: *m and 9:4m. it.' 4r

V Word comes from the RECORD fishing columnist BASS of The Macon News 10:03 p.Tuesday. p.m.-Low High at at 3 07 11:30 am.ajn...nd'C and "WHERE FR 2-5011 QUALITY or FR SELLS 6-6893 ITSELF" ;; I )B: tr-EJlr; J"E. R r

(hat "the next world's record bass is coming out of Lake Seminole :'
Ga. unWednesday High at 11:SI a m. and Open 5 to 6 P.M. Mon. Thru Fri.. 9 A.M. to 6 P.M. Saturday'sHOME .
near Bainbridge, on the Georgia-Florlda line. We'lljust 11:07 p-m. Low at 1:1. and 5:41 p.m. OP HUNTER FIBERGLAS BOATS ; ,1
have to wait and see but personally I like the lakes around Thursday High at 12:a pjn. and k !'! ''''* 't f' '
nldnight. Low at S:54 ajn. and 4:1t '" .
Gainesville and to our South. p.m. t/>:-:, n"t; /.W.M7'; .,,. .
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Remember the cliche! about the knot being the weakest link t : yy

I .:between the fisherman and the fish and tie only recommended what's FAMOUS OVERNIGHT tliIJ: 1UlR B:0. :

knots. Different situations demand different knots. j.l ; : "


.M.Good' fishing, strong knots. .hear .a lot of gobbles, and REMEMBER 0 new DEEP SEA FISHING ....:#> :.&tf /' -f,, .2t.$J!! ". ,' .; ';" .." '-- .., ,'. ,f
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Held in St. Augustine

; ; i I TODAY'S DOW JONES _

':Prev. Close Components Hr
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%Irs. Peabody Also I III Request I !; 816.08 I Incrust. I Of 3.10


II 'Thousands' of Alacliuans Fall ; 192.73 I Rails 1'up 94
Taken to Court ______
Ii IiI 137.64 I urnlP I Iti
The following/ market Quotations II
; a I To Measles Flu are requested specifically by re derel i 283.38 I Stocks I lup9l
JACKSONVILLE (AP-An attorney for civil Onslaught tie Sun financial page. The quotations STOCK LISTINGS
are furnished J>y Pierce Wutbenu. "-
rights demonstrators testified in federal court Murphey Investment Service. II!_1.180.000 I Volume I r530j -
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today that he and two other lawyers were Dr. Edward G. Byrne, direc- sands. Here.) j

forcibly detained in a St. Augustine jail and one tor of the Alachua County Department Byrne said the measles out- N. Y. STOcK Great Amer 15% Today Tues Mon

was mistreated. of Public Health, estimated break is a nationwide outbreak S AMERICAN. GroUer _..._...__.._ 44 Issues Traded 1,358 1,364 1,375
Advances 630 444 551
this morning that the EXCHANGE '
with Minnesota the state Gulf Life s.n.
Tobias Simon of Miami: told only V Declines 629 ,567
Judge outbreak of German measles 470
Bryan not affected by the disease. He STOCK EXChANGEAerojetGcn Herff Jones _____..._ 15% .
fair Simpson this supported his contention that "a and intestinal flu in the county estimates the intestinal flu cut- I. .Abbott Lab 2.40 L 111 Home Insurance_._._._._.. 64% Unchanged 257 291 257
trial is not available in St. Augustine" has reached "in the thousands," New 1964 Highs 123 91 164
more than 200 demonstrators into to break has been in the county I Allied Cern 1.80 57. ._V.- 40 Jax Minit Mkts. -..-...-...... 5 V New 1964 Lows 39 61 60

crowded jails. jammed over- "We have no official count on for about a month. I Amerada Pt 2.00 75'/4 Analex Corp... ____.._ 29%I Kennasaw Life _......._..... 11% "VLifeofFla

the outbreaks" Byrnes said, Am E1c Pow UGh 41Amer : ....._...._....... 5 Odd-Lot Transactions
Both are mild diseases Byrne 'Aqua Chem ___.. .._....- ..... 19% !
Simon and attorneys John M. Pratt and Wil- "but estimates from school ab- Enka 1.403 69, Lowes Company 18=!. PurchasesM.838

'Item Kunstler of New York City had petitioned sences and reports from local said but pregnant women who I Amer Home 1.44a 66 41'Aurora Plastics _- -_ 34% -Milgo Electron. --"_ 14 41;Short Sales _........_.__._..._.4,836

die" federal court to intervene In the civil rights doctors indicate that the numhave been exposed to the measles Amer M Fdy .90 18 4 Barnes Engineer. ___ ___ 22% I Mort Guaranty Ins_ I Other Sales! .__........_._.442,122

dispute in the nation's oldest city by placing ber of people ,affected by the should consult their personal .1 Armco StI 3,00 _- 73% Butler Shoe -_. 7%i Pacific SW Air ....._ 49 Total Sales ......._..__.......446,933

.the. prisoners under federal jurisdiction. outbreaks is up in the thou- physician. Atch Topka 1.20a 28 I Chromaloy ._ 14 4 Schlitz Brewing V 48 .
I
-..'..-!_- -- --j--- .. Bauch Lomb 1.20' 3t V. Secur. Life & Tr. _._ Late Morning
'uucmg an exiraormnary circuit ____ 25 Cinerama 10* Southern Nitro.
Baxter Lab .36 --- __ 17%
court hearing late Wednesday -j I Protection Beckman In -.-. .--------'- 5S Computer Sci _ 25 Travelers Ins. _-_ V_ 48 N. Y. ListingAllis

night, Simon said. SheriffL. Javits Urges Beech U S 1.10 ----- 49th Cutler Labs A V ''Jim WaIter _..__u_ 71/2
0. Davis of St. Augustine Chal 174 DuPont., 360
62
Bristol My .80 : ---- Data Control 36%
agreed to accept surety bond MUTUAL FUNDS & I' Alcoa 77% EAL 38%
for release of the prisoners. He Brown Bnmswick Shoe 3.40_. _- 10,Fulton Inds. ,.---.. 8% INVESTMENT CO. Am Air 49% E.Kodak 127%
had been accepting only cash Against Use of Dogs Gen Develop .c t Am Brk 54ls Firestone 433t
I : Cambells 2.40 _-_-_ 38 V ......
bonds. J' __ S8'41 Mackey Airlines 7 i Affiliated Fund ...._. 8.63 AmBdPar 39V8 Penney 50'aPa
Carter Pdt 1.00a. _
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Life _
& Gr.
Capital 9.9-1
-tTWe arrived at the jail at 12 Mead Johnson 22%I ; Am Can 428 RR 304
8:30: a.m. and were advised by I WASHINGTON (AP) Sen.1 I the use of police dogs cattle -! As the Senate moved into its Case JI .-_ -- _ 29 Divers Growth --.. 9.86 Am Cyan 63 Pep Col 49%
Cessna Air 1.00 Pac NW Tel _.. .. 23%
the Jailer; that the sheriff had 1 Jacob K. Javits R-N.Y., urged! prods, and even tear gas 20th day of debate on thebill ; 70 ---- i Dividend Shares _.. 3.71 Am Mot 16 Phil Mo\ 79%:
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II I Sen. Richard B. Russell D-Ga. Ches Ohio 4.00 Elec. _______ 48% .._. 20.571!
given orders not to release the,,today 'that the Senate put into I bombs on peaceful demonstrators 35'.J Philips V VV V Dreyfus AT&T 139% Phill Pet 49%
prisoners: ," Simon testified.. i.the civil rights bill provisionsto .' and have set white policemen who leads Dixie forces fighting Coas S Cas_.__- 43 Redwing Carriers I Fidelity Capito -...- 11.42: ATTRt 1 31-32 RCA ": 36%

!'1\'e served the jailer with a'': protect civil rights demon I. against Negro demonstrators -the measure protested in a CBS Comb 1.80b Eng 1.20 _ _28 4 Ric Group .._..__... 8? FIdelIty Fund __.._ 17.63' Am Tob 33*. Rep StlRevkm 4S4

suBpoena to come here to testify strators against what he termed i in a way that is an affrontto brief speech that material .80 _._ 15 Sperry R. Wts. 8 Fidelity Trend. _ .. 19.13 Ampx Cp 16 39
; Then wV started to walk out police brutality and excesses. the conscience of the nation "much of its false and much oft Cone Mills Fund'tal Invest. _..._.._ 10.14 AnacondaArmour 45% Rey TobStR&g 45::,
28%
I Conti Air .40 -- Syntex. ____._ 83 "
and three Florida misleading, is being fed to Income of Boston 8.3
P 35
highway pa- 'These excesses have includ- Javits said. .. .. 56 4Contrl 51%; ; %
trolmen barred the door. One I the bill's supporters by federal Conti Ins 2.20 Tampa Elec. __ 26 Incorporated Inc. __.._... 9.74 Babcock 61 SeaboardSears 47%

shoved Mr. Kunstler ,halfway Orders agencies.He Dat 77'A Tech Measur. 2O Keystone K-2 _.._._ 5.62 ,B&.O 42 105.
across the room. I Circuit: Judge said much of it comes I Corn Pdts 1.50 -. _-__- 9S 64V.% Twa Wts. V V VV 24 Keystone 5-3 _.._ 17.00 Beth StI 38 Vi Sinclair. ; 45%:

1 from the ,Civil Rights Commis- Delta Air .1.60 -- --- I Valspar -_ 7% Keystone 54 -...-- 4.80Life BoeingBorden 45% Socony 70%
-We were forcibly detained Det Steel .60 __ 16 N Y S E Most Active Stocks I
Willistoii sion and the Justice Depart Investors .__ 19.971 73% Southn c. 5F.
without arrest. We were told the Investigation ment. Emerson EI 1.00 -- 441/4 Comp. Vol. Close Changes Life Stock Fund _...._........ 7.771 Brunswk 101 Sperry.J{ 18
jailer wanted to find out if he i He suggested that Atty. Gen.j Fair Camra .50g 27.% 165 700 Studebaker 8% up % Mass. Inv. Stock ..--.... 16.14 CaterTr 61% St Brand. 773
had to answer The subpoena. We i I BRONSON Circuit Court I worth of merchandise including Robert F. Kennedy is culling !Finanl Fed. 65 113 700 Chrysler 45% up 1% Mass. Inv. Growth _..._ 8.61 Celanese 67% U Carbid 1254
were not to leave L. Patten has i la number of revolvers a rifle, Fst Charter 1.97f __ 44 / V .97 800 Sou Cal Ed off
permitted Until Judge George ordered out anything which would hurt I 41' 31 % Pioneer Fund .. .__....._ 9.73 46 Unit Airc 47'.
I Chrysler
the jailer determined,,,put. of,' a presentence investigation -ammunition and some wrist the cause of the bill's backers. Fla E Cst _.________ -__ -_ 9;/ 64 700 Pan Amer 82% up 2% Puritan Fund _.._ 9.60.i. Coca Col 127 US Steel 60
his own whimsy to let us for Charles Leon Peterson watches. in j Food Fair .90 19? : 58 900 El Paso 20% %
go. I Javits said a prepared ng up Putnam Growth _...__ 9.48:1 Com Ed 49>s Univ Mat 12%
Attorneys for Sheriff L. O. 20, of Williston who yesterday Most of the loot was recoveredby speech that he would offer I FMC Corp 1.00 57th 56 40 Avnet 15 up % TV & Elec. _'_ 8.24.. Con Edis 86% WestgEl 3534

Davis objected to Simons' testimony : pleaded guilty to breaking into Deputy Sheriff Pete S m i thin three amendments to the civil! Gen Tele ,88 ._ 347W 55 900 Cont Air 28% up % Value Line Inc. _.._.. 5.57 Cont Can 46% Winn Dix 303.

but Simpson said he would I the Western Auto Store at Wil- I a wooded area near Willis-. rights bill. II Ga Pacifi 1.0Gb '6t 4 53 700 Rey Tobacco 45% ,unch WelIi.gtonfund ___ 14.92 Dow Che 70% Woolwth 73%
JeMt stand "although I think I liston. He denied reports that Re-. Getty Oil .tOg .--_- 29 50 900 Gen Tire 27% up %

"it's" irrelevant at this point." I Peterson who is free under ton.In other Circuit Court action publican senators will back. Grace Co I.OOb _ 52s 48 600 Snshin Mng 15% up 1% '
bond, had pleaded innocent on here yesterday Carl Homer Perry .("weakening amendments" to I Helene Curt .80 ._ 2H. 47 300 Ford Motor 55 up 1%. NEW YORK TIMES MARKET : .RAG-ES, APRIL 1lI
Waiting: to Mrs.! (C) New York I
: testify were __ 59514mt
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arraignment last month but he IBM .5.00 46 900 Am Tobacco 33% %
21, and Alton I Martin, 33, I the bill. up
Malcolm Peabody, 72-year-old his I I l\lin C 1.80a ___ 654 45 900 ReA 36% off %I High Low Close Net Chg.
changed plea to guilty as his were each sentenced to 6 to 18 I He and Sen. Wayne Morse
mother of Gov. Endicott Pea- trial was about to begin yester- months in prison. They had I I D-Ore., teamed to explain and Tnt Tele 1.00 -_- 57 43 800 East Air L 378 off 2% 25 Rails 133.71 132.34 133.17 up ..OZi \1
body of Massachusetts and four Kellogg .80a __._ 42 i 25 Industrials 822.43 812.28 819.91 4.19
previously plea ded guilty to J I support the "public facilities"section 42 700 Braniff 22% up % up !
other persons brought here from day.Peterson Lehman CP 1.34e __.29 1 Stocks . 478.07 4"11.31 I Itails
was charged with breaking into two, homes and I of the complex meas 'I' Amer Stk Exch Active Stocks; sa 476.54 up 2.47\\
the St. Augustine jail. Litton In' 1.98f __ 69%
breaking into the Williston storeon had been under presentence in,. ure. --- I Volume Close Change

The Rev. .William Sloane Cof- Feb. 5 and taking about $800 i! vestigation. Lone S em.1.00 _- 23 66 100 Kaiser Industr 10 up %!' STOCKMARKET
FId 1.60 __ 42
-- -- Marsh
im Jr., Yale University chap- 55 400 Bayview Oil 1% up %I FLASHES
M 1.00 ._ _. 18%
Martin
lain who was one of the first FFA,4.H 50 600 Brazilian Tract 2 up %
] School Students DueFor'UF's McG Hill .60a __ 35% "
"freedom riders," told the court Higli 41 000 Syntax Corn 83 un. 6; -
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how he was arrested with a Contest SetTomorrow Mead Corp 1.70 _ 49 35 300 T W A -wts21 % NEW YORK (AP-The stock j were mixed.
of whites and Merck 2.00a ._- 116NatJ Today's Stock Market market continued to The Associated Press average I
rally ,
r 'group "Negroes as Ag Career Day. Ail.cO i ._ -__.___'- 48 ." ..... early'I '
60''stocks(j _
'undesirable. guests. this afternoon wtth' 'motors ol at noon was up .6
I f\'Y Cent! 32% '
.50g
OVER THE COUNTER. steels, airlines and cigarette issues ,at 302.6 with industrials up 1.4,
He said he was placed in a State high school students a description of the organization -" Nia 1\1 Pow 2.00 --. 501/4 prominent gainers. Trad- rails up .4 and utilities Qff .2. ______

police car next to a dog to be ,will get a "cook's tour" of the ,of the University and the Florida's 4-H and FFA land Norfolk W 6.00 128 Alico Land V VV 7% ing was active. | The Dow Jones industrial average _

transported to jail. agricultural segment of the Un. College of Agriculture by Dean 'judging teams will vie for the NoIndPS1.48 _. 57 Amer Fidel Life 231,2 Gains of key stocks went at noon was up 3,12: at _

Other witnesses wafting to, be iversity of, Florida campus at M. A. Brooker; and a keynote' state championship in their divisions ., No Nat Gas 1.80 ___.. 52 Amer Heritage 20% from fractions to a point or so. 819.80. V

heard included Dr. David Robinson the annual Agricultural Career address concerning careers in and a trip to the international -. Olin Math 1.20 48 Amer Nat. Ins. __ 21 Comment on the booming Big first-hour volume oL 1.78 _
Owens II G 2.50 96'/s
Yale chaplain; Dr. Robert Day here Saturday. the agricultural industries and land judging competition -, PacG&EI.00 31 Amer Pion'r Life 6 economy rising auto production million shares was buttressedby

Hayling-St. Augustine Negro integration i Sponsored by the College of sciences by Dr. A. H. Krezdorn. at Oklahoma City duringthe Pac Lting 2.40 59% Anheuser Bush 47!.. a pickup in cigarette sales some sizable blocks. _

leader, and Annie ;!Agriculture and the School of I A discussion session and a fifth annual state land judge, Pac T&T 1.20 __-_----- 301 Anodyne _.. VV V .._ 4 4 and profits for airlines. accompanied IBM: up about 3, nudged

Ruth Evans, 15-year-old Negro 1 Forestry, Career Day is designed !tour of agricultural facilities lag contest tomorrow at the Pan Arner A 1.20 __ 82% Citizens Bank 36 the rise. ,close to the 600 line in a -two- _

girl.. ;j to interest the state's!ranging from the plant virus Florida School for Boys in Mar. Parke Day 1.00 30 Conn. Lt. & Pow _... 37V Utilities settled downward irregularly -year high. Control Data gained _____

youth in the various phases of labs to the beef cattle unit will anna. Pennzoif 2.00 _- 75 Cowles Mag & Pb. _..:..- 13 following their firm more than 2, Xerox and Merck

The judge Indicated to the agriculture as a career. County I conclude the Career Day. University !- More than 30 counties are expected ., Perkin EI '39 Dun & Bradst. 62 showing Wednesday. Copperswere a point. S. _

attorneys that he would not take I agents and vocational agriculture students will serve as to participate in the Pfizer .8Oa ._-_ 4715'5 Firs West. Fine. _. 18% mixed. Rails pushed Prices were higher with: air-

j jurisdiction, from the St. Augustine" teachers will bring 4-Hers guides during the tour. I judging contest directed by the Phelps Dg 3.00- 69 4l Florida Gas ... V____ V 11 ahead on average.A vlines advancing in heavy trading -

courts. and FFA students to Gainesvillefor The program will start at Mc- Florida Agricultural Extension l Polaroid .20 _.._- 161% Fla. Nat'l Bank ._._. 59 rising trend prevailed on the American Stock,Ex
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When the sheriff left St. Au. the one-day event. Carty Auditorium at 10 a.m. and Service. ,Pub Sv E G 2.60 74% Fla. Tel VV V_. 25 among office equipments change. .

gustine with his prisoners, integration Scheduled for Saturday Is a end at 3:30: p.m. Lunch will bea Included will be 4-H and FFd Pure Oil 1.60 _-.48 Forrest Labs23 drugs aerospace issues, oils Corporate bonds were mixed. _

leaders compalined welcome to the University by I, chicken barbecue at the poultry teams from Alachua, Levy ant I Rayonier 1.00 3711RexaU Founders Life 9 and farm implements. U.S. government bonds were

that he had reneged on a promise Agriculture Provost E. T., York! science department. ,Gilchrist counties. These team .SOb 4334Reyn Franklin Life _..__ 56=%! 1 I Rubbers and mail order-re- mostly unchanged.V- _

to begin bonding at 8 a.m. ------ ---I were winners of recent counts r Metl .50 .-.__ -. -_. 43V 4

They said he left orders to release New Chicken Has land judging contests.J. Rich Merr 1.00 _. 45%

no one except those making Recipe H. Herbert Jr., conservationist RC Cola 1.20 6OiI ,'

cash bonds until he returned with the Agricultural Ex- Roy Dutch 1.73g _-_-. .u YOUR MONEY'S WORTH

from Jacksonville. Freeze SolutionBy tension Service, said the contes t Searle Gd .90 .-_- 55%

- : One police source that the I I Age-Old program tomorrow will open a t Singer 2.00 .-_.__ 94 1
sheriff feared that if the prisoners 8:30: a.m. in the school auditor Smith KIn 1.20a 641h
were released en masse JACK HORAN by about 60 to 90 per cent, aj i itim. 5)5ou Cal Ed 1.05 31t : 1 Prices Rising on Broad Front .

under bond from the overcrowdtd Agricultural Experiment definite advantage in shippingand Following a few opening remarks ; Oil Cal 2.00 60%

_. jails they would flood the Stations storage over normal foods, by J. D. Fuqua, chairman S;5t Oil Ind 2.00b 63% '

Jacksonville courtroom. I Here's a new recipe for southern says Kuhn. For example, 100 of the Chipola River Soil S Jterl Drug .65 _ 28%, I By Sylvia Porter ... : ,
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Conservation District the 'rexas Util 1.20 56%:
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fried chicken pounds of frozen chicken meat con- .
-/ When Davis escorted his five : Buy aji -
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testants will move to neaby rextron 1.40
A charges into a federal building I i plump chicken, store it in your will weigh only 29 pounds after;fields for the actual land Tidewater ._ 37% Our 38-month-old business upturn Assuming the early warning this year will 1.have ramifica-
elevator at Jacksonville, he 1 1I to flash Is operating, this is'I tions going far beyond fee industry -
in starting signals system
I i!kitchen for two years at room freeze-drying. This means 711 judging. Herbert said the con- 'rrans WA _._-_ 42%
counted noses and said, "Hey, i''I --- of turning into a boom. j I II what i it is showing. It will affect hundreds of
temperature, fry and serve with pounds of water was taken out. test locations have been kept 1 Union[ Pac 1.60a 41% I !
-I've lost a prisoner." 1 f Wholesale prices in manufacturing -other industries located -hundreds -
peas: and potatoes. I To reconstitute the freeze-' secret and will not be revealed 1 lInd.AIrL1.50b 63%I The key evidence is in the j\ Mich-
I from
i 1 1.00 _.._ _ 49% the scattered !: industries are in a of miles away
As the elevator stopped at the until contest time. Upjohn price trend-in widely -
: I dried chicken, simply the advance. sensitive'
- This meal sounds impossible open I general A igan.
'War Lamb .70 _.;_ 28% increases being postedI
fifth floor, Hayling got"out of The winning 4-H and FF
another elevator and the sheriff because normally the chicken I package and add water. The teams will be awarded a trip AI':Worthintn 1.50 _._ 43V4 I in the prices of raw commodities -government index shows that 16j! On top of this too is the"free

said, "Oh, there you are." would wither away to bones in i chicken meat will soak up the 1 1I the 13th International Xerox ........_.___ 87%' basic metals, industrialS !per cent of wholesale prices in:spending mood of the public.
air and water ; 23 manufacturing industries are
returning ]
this period of time., necessary I' 84%
Zenith 1.20a and manufactured
materials have
consumers
Not in
I I I very closely to its natural -Pasture and Range Judging I I now rising. At the start of lastj I years
Vl've got some heavy security' both durable and non confidence
much in
goods, indicated
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dinner isjj! i Contest at Oklahoma I'
prisoners here" Davis-told U.S.I But such a delayed ; appearance. i City. April a Also extra or extrasb durable. J JI year only 24 per cent were the future. NotMnce
economy's
now possible through : I 29-30. Sponsoring the trip will I j as recently as last August
freeze-l ring;
Marshal John Maguire. Kuhn out that nearlyall : Annual rate plus stock dividend the boom of 1955-56 hav -. heY
points .
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Dr. be the Florida Association of i
Looking at"Mrs. Peabody,Ma'Jre I drying says The price increases aren't1seniously [only 52 per cent were rising.
Kuhn assistant food microbiologist fruits vegetables and meatsare I Soil Conservation Districts I' i disturbing-yet They The increases are virtually shown so much optimiMajpandthey
!! remarked "I assume this e Declared ot paid so far this have the incomes and the
suited for
I with the Florida -: freeze-drying preservation -WTVT-TV and Florida
Agricultural board in durable
-'I 'one is the most dangerous." Tampa are mostly small, and so they across the !
\ Ion. year :credit to translate enthusiasm
Experiment Stations. : and consumpt :Nitrogen Co., Tampa. Making 'neither much attention goods, are taking place in most |
I arouse ,
'That's right quipped the i f II Generally food with a high !I f Paid in stock in 1963 esti- into buying in the market lace.
"governor's mother. *"You hadbetter Freeze-drying is a recently-:, starch any content freeze- the presentations of trip awardsto. mated cash value on ex-divi nor do they give President John!,non-durable goods as well. VV Add also the step-up inTBdus-
close watch in food 'protein or the championship 4-H and! exdistribution dateg son a basis for telling the na- -Prices of basic materials:
keejra on developed technique ;i'presen'ation dend or for new plants
dries easily. I ? high in fat II try's spending
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I that is expected toil FFA team will be Robert M.' Paid last tion that the actions "flout the me.4 yearErhard and officially
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sugar freeze-dry poorly. ,{ and abroad and since i
;, '" boom into a $1 billion a Morris, president of the Flo] public interest" Inflation is still home !
... year Ijected i at 10 per cent for ..:1964.
Nixon I(operation by 1970. Basically, it However, freeze-drying: foods cia Association of Soil Conservation -, a threat, not a reality.It !many of the materials are essential -|JA i rise of 10 per cent is .provac-

Lodge I is a process that sucks moisture,with high amounts of water suchas Districts. Slates well may be that consumer' to the goods we manufacture -atively close to boom .jJl portions -

t .Meet. in from frozen foods without ap-;( some fruits is not practicable I Rosettes will be presented to and business spending, accelerated the increases naturally in this type of spending,
Saigon preciably changing the color:because of the high cost of extracting the individual team members of! Third U. S. Trip by the great tax cuts of put upward pressure on pro- and the rise would be- bigger

I (c) Mew 'York Times I shape or taste of the product.. the"water in the pro|the five top 4-H and fire top i 1964 will be orderly and not addto duction costs. The range is wide than the government estimates.

..SAIGON Richard. M. Nixon i Kuhn explains a comDinauon1of cess. Meats have a relativelylow ;FFA judsing teams by DonAdams I (c) Nw Yrk flints inflation pressures. It's pos-and runs from aluminum to One reason the current business -
and* Henry Cabot Lodge confer-' temperature and pressure al-: water content and it is feasible { chairman of the Flori- BO'NChancellor: Erhard!sible that this year's wage set j zinc includes chemicals, lead, : upturn has lasted 38

red today on recent American lows about 98 per cent of the to freeze-dry them. ida chanter of the Soil Conservation -',has tentatively scheduled a third'tlements will be within reasonable zinc, copper etc. I II !:months to date is because it

political developments whichha'e water to be drawn off the'frozen j Society of America. I II trip to the United States since; limits and they'll not boost I The consumer price index;has been solid and rwa-fcifla-
made them potentiarrivals,product Nitrogen is then inject-. The food microbiologist predicts be became head of the West!labor costs to the point where:iis only moderately higher tionary and if it remains non-
; quantity buyers such as Soviet Claim t six months:corporations will face the alter-i: than a year ago but if the:I
in the
for Republican; .presidential i led replace the oxygen I restaurants, schools, hospitals.j! German government inflationary it could continue in
due!I : 1 natives of either increasing(above price increases are
retard I
--I nomination. I II j!food and, to spoilage l ago. definitely. *
!the armed forces and outdoor ?
I oxidation. The finished pro MOSCOW (AP) The Soviet:, Authoritative sources said that.i'prices or accepting a squeeze land spread, consumer prices are
to
They approached the subject[ will be the But if it takes on the extra
probably
sportsmen
sure to be affected, Small
and claimed I Johnson is prepared onits.
Union it President
is actually dehydrated today can : j
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gingerly and it was understood Ii first to use the freeze-dried I of the characteristics of an inflationary -
products. most
knock out American rocket I to receive the Chancellor during But let's not kid ourselves.For though price
_ there was no specific discussion ready for packaging.Since The housewife. will probably including nuclear sub I I a brief unofficial visit to Washington the first time in this decade boosts are they are widely scattered boom, it will force _ter-

z, of possible preconvention moves I I water and oxygen are be the last to serve heiJ 'marines.t weapons. I It I in mid-June. I II of the 1960s inflation is a V and as one expert m- actions that could lead to. the

by either man. Both insist they attracted to freeze-dried products -J family dehydrated items. t Under present conditions sucicessful -! The occasion of Erhard's trip!danger we must not_ shrug off.. phasizes"This usually means boom's end. Booms carvith.
do not intend become -candidates seeds-QRhell'
to the
for the nomination. like nails are pulled to a I i Today only a few plants an'; battle is possible not I I is to receive an honorary degree I. In his January Economic: bigger things to come." in themselves
magnet, special protection must!'producing freeze-dried pro only against planes and station- from Harvard University. He, Message, Johnson said, "I shall,[I- On top of this is the mounting! i[own destruction.' *ttt.

. .- The two Republican candi. be taken in packaging. The t ducts. However, through extensive 'I ary rocket establishments but I is understood., however to be keep a close watch on price j:I j probability of a big wage hike t The early warning sylfon u
-- dates of 1960 met for the first foods enclosed either I in I his and developments with I'in the automobile industry signaling now that inflation is
are underline govern- wage
_ I research, this infant of th< also against atomic rocket submarines :eager: to
time in nearly a year shcrtly airtight cans or in polyethylene food industry is expected fj after former Vice-P, 'dent which is set I for the What happensin lenbe is to keep U only a
: or foil pouches.Freezedrying grow into a giant in the nex t at sea," the Defense Ministry U.S. and his personal relations system being up country.
Nixon arrived in Saigon for a Johnson. in the appropriate agencies." the auto wage negotiation I threat. _
said. with
two-day private visit. reduces welgh1I!11 few years concludes Kuhn. newspaper Red Star [ ht

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Bradford > HASTINGS Dr. Dale R. caggage and potatoesr. Inse&KT

CountyAgent's fI; > Hensel has announced that the tide programs, and soil and:.

r Potato Investigations laboratory's -fertilizer problems. Research results -
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CornerBy j 16th annual Field Day .J
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use of mulches and rotations
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potato production will
JIM YELVINGTON
G. T. HUGGINS # & GARDEN Agricultural Extension Service The Florida Agricultural Experiment also be discussed. .

Agricultural Extension Service' s I t Stations scientist said "All interested Persons 'are

I that the program will begin at invited to attend the field day?,
I DID NOT BELIEVE it wouldbe 4. One strawberry grower told MELON CO-OP TO CONTINUELee I Florigiant and Early Runner varieties -1:30 pjn. with reports fro m Dr. Hensel said, pointing .out
what it was. Everybody me it looked like he might have I Roberts, president of the! of peanuts shoul dcon members of the laboratory on that a tour of experimental plots
knows I'm talking about BRAD- to buy an extra drawer to keep! Trenton Area Melon Growers'rieties of herbicides for weed control on I will conclude the field day.
FORD county spreading the all the requests he had received Down to Earth y Cooperative, reported to the their peanuts should contact
STRAWBERRY story all over since the big day. members of this organizationlast county agent right away
New York City last week. It YJ Thursday night that this I so he can secure this seed for
just goes to show what can be 5. One of our fruit stand In Levy County cooperative will be in business them from the Florida Foundation NEW, 1964 GMC I-

-done when people set out to doa erators told me it was OP"I again this season to sell watermelons = Seed Producers.A .
ing the number of tourist
Our market PICKUP TRUCKS
job. manager tomers that had asked if f. for its members. The group of 4-H and FFA mem-
started it by, as he put it, I LEONARD COBB x basis of operation will be determined bers are traveling to Marianna
was the town they had been Bj
planting the seed and it grew.I Agricultural Extension ServiceI by the acreage of water today to participate in
the
reading a b out with the big Few State
told him it sure did get some deal. I melons grown by members for 4-H and FFA land judging $1768
strawberry promotion con-
mighty high powered nitrogen:
fertilizer.A I Well, we are all just mighty very seldom write about I the day also deserve a vote of marketing through the co-op. I tests tomorrow. The Gilchrist

complete report is being I happy that it did "go over." It, 4-H but this one I cannot pass appreciation .These include Mr. It was stressed all through the 4-H Club team members are: LOW DOWN _
written by some one who knowsall went because lots of people help- up.The C. Lin Adams, Mr. Gus Efferen meeting by the president and Larry Lindsey, Art Townsend, PAYMENTLow
about it, because, actually, ed fertilize that seed. One thing youths of Levy Countyare Mr. Grant Godwin, Mr. Les- several others that, "We need Don May, and Lee Powell. Trenton Monthly Payments
I had very 'little to do with it. for sure, a mighty lot more among the finest anywhere.Their ter Kalch, Mr. James Senterfitt,' this association." And further, FAA land judging team i I
A few things I have overheardare people know more about? Brad- keen interest in doing Mr. Harrell Hemingway, Mr. "We will have to work for it if members are: John Clark, Harry dIoc
: ford County than they did be- their best, their loyalty to their Frank Bullock, Jr., Mr. Bob we want it to continue." Little Browning, Herbert Thomas, cP
1. Bradford County persons fore. Another thing for sure, 1-H Club, their concern for thie:Wade Fugate, Mrs. Gladys Mc- hope is held for the independentgrower and Thomas Jones. County Ag- tea ssITU
had more time at the Florida great. things can be done when fellow 4-Hers all demonstrated Taggart, Mrs. Walter Duden, in the future to market ent Jim Yelvington and vo-ag .

Showcase in New York than any I enough people set out to dc vhat' 4-H is trying to do in Levy Mrs. Dogan Cobb, Mrs' G. M. his watermelons without a "tie- teacher Virgil Sewell will accompany 220 N.W. 8th Ave. 372.3582 --
other persons have ever had. ,them. bounty and throughout Flori- Owens, Mrs. C. H. Phinney and in" with a broker or some marketing these teams to this
This Showcase is a continuous We are mighty fortunate herein ia. It was a sincere pleasure to Mrs. Winnie Harper.We agency or co-op. The svent. --
Florida exhibit in the RCA our county in having everybody cork with such a fine group of are so grateful to these Trenton[ Area Melon Grower -

building to publicize Florida ag ,interested in agricultura young people and to see them people for taking their time on Cooperative does need more .. 1 1J =
riculture. progress. Our Starke and Brad serform in the 4-H activities for this pre-Easter day to help members and more acreage of .
2. The director of special promotion ford County Chamber of Commerce he day. They were well make the second annual 4-H watermelons to operate efficiently J I

program in New York and our growers really rained,,well prepared and represented Rally Day-a huge success. and effectively. Those Li Johnson .,n..
that this was one of the big- worked together in this pro- their clubs and com interested in membership in i ._

gest they had ever had for an gram. We anticipate good re- munities a manner of which The 1964 Beef Cattle Short 'this co-op should contact President ..:, ; & ParisHEADQUARTERS -:
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agricultural product. Newspaper sults for many months to come. any community can be proud. Course is scheduled for May 7, Roberts.
coverage would have topped I Another report is that if you There are certain people in 8 and 9. A most interesting pro- t FOR ALL .
$10,000 if we bad to purchase it. want to eat well up there you the county, without which, this gram has been set up for this Roberts reported that the :4$ .
There was also television and better take extra money. My would not be the case. Theseare annual event where research same sales agent, B. Sparkman, f LAWN & GARDEN NEEDSFLORIDA -

radio coverage. wife says a 25-cent cup of cof the 4-H leaders and other 'and the practical cowman will be able to have a represent i #
3. State Department person- fee is no better than our 79 centa adults who helped] in this 4-H ,together to learn more about tative of his agency here to sell
nel and Chamber of Com- brand. Two slices of
pound the association's watermelons
Rally Day Program. They include beef cattle. All cattlemen are
merce specialists have agreed French toast made with sand- Mr. and Mrs. Frank An- invited. It is free and one of the again this year. The members liiil
that this promotional program wich bread and banty eggs for drews, Mrs. Henry Reid, Mrs. most useful educational eventsa have been well pleased with It tt' : wt tp
could not have been for won't fill That
bought $1.15 you up. just
$100,000. ain't Southern eating. Porter Sache, Mrs. Dan White- cowman can attend. If you Sparkman during the preceding .
hurst, Mrs. James Dailey, Mrs.V. would like a program, call i three years and wish to continue l --- ..
E. Mikell Mr .H. P .Grab- your county agent's office or his services. -

be Mrs. Carrell Arrington, Mrs. write him. He'll send you one Sen. Etter Usher attended the
Do lIars pots Not | Doris Beauchamp, who servedas Watermelons need about 40- meeting last Thursday night. He
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4-H Leaders in their clubs 60 sq. feet of space per hill according discussed with the group the
and were most helpful .in con- moisture., This wouldmean Florida Watermelon Marketing
ducting the 4-H Rally. not closer than 5 to 6 Act, reminding the growers of --
Welcome onLawns The adults who came to help foot spacing in 10-foot rows for legislative help available t 0 ....
in judging the various events of un-irrigated watermelons. them for "quality control and r

advertising" should they chooseto .-..
By HERVEY SHARPE root. Carissa, lychee or guavaare --. -
I use this marketing order leg
Agricultural Extension Service examples.The Livestock Market islation. A. .:. _
Dollarspots on lawns are not r
signs of wealth. operation Is simple. Re- I Roberts told those present that .
They usually I r...
mean that a fungus is reducingthe move a half-inch ring of bark Slaughter steers and heifers to 561'last week. Butcher gradeswere he has personally purchased a GROWN : r

value of the lawn to that of near the base of a twig, tie a were 25 cents to 50 cents higher, steady to a few points low grading machine to grade his .. .
a plugged nickel. handful of damp sphagnum' at a good cattle sale reported er on some grades. Good feeder watermelons this year and this --:-""" ..- -
moss around the ringed this week at the Gainesville sold for to $18. ,
Keep a wary eye,out for *his area, pigs up grading machine will be avail-
springtime disease. It ravages then wrap the moss-covered sec Livestock Market.A Hog prices Tuesday: able to members of the co-op Mirandy -: '.:

all lawn grasses, but is partialto tion with a piece of plastic. Aluminum total of 925 head sold No. 1's ((180-200)), $14.50; No. when he is not loading his water-I Charlotte Armsl
was i cng
bermuda and zoysia.As foil and freezer wrapping 1's (205-240)), $14.20; No. 2's, melons.
to 759 last
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implied, the fungus kills can also be used. Monday compared $13.50; No. 3's, $12.50; No. 4's, Crimson Glory
week. Bulls and calves
were $11; No. 5's, $11; No. 1 h'ys, SEED FOR PEANUTS
in patches the size of
grass a
Garden supply stores sell steady; stocker steers, steadyto 0 Editor McFarland
silver dollar. At first the $13; No. 1 ro's, $11.15; feeders, Farmers who are interested
spotsof complete air layering kits for 25 cents lower; heifers, strongto
turf wilt and perhaps turn serious-minded amateur pro-i 50 cents higher; and cows up to $18. I in securing foundation seed for WL K. A. Victoria

dark before bleaching out to a pagators. I and calves, steady. Good light OthersNelson's

straw Aside blonde.from measuring the Trim hedges while the, plantsare weight veal calves. sold for from SHOES by Adams !
$27 to $29.50.Cattle
still succulent. This will
spots for size with a souvenir
cause them to produce better prices Monday: Flo. Roses... "
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dollar, check for dollarspot just
Steers and heifers Good First in Quality first in style ,
after sunrise. With the aid of shaped and thicker hedges. Re- ,
the low angle glint of old Sol, member to remove enough old $19.75 21.50; standard, $17.5020 lowest in prices $4.95$10.95CO.MMUNITY Container-grown plants grafted on .
you'll discover a white cobweb- wood in early flowering hedge ; utility, $16.5018; .stockers, : .
like mold binding together blades plants to keep the shoots comingup $11 20.75. SHOE Fbrtuniana Root Stock, proven at '

of grass. The mold disappears from the ground. New shoot CowsUtility, $15 16.50; SHOP the Florida Experimental Station at S .,.
,when the dew dries. tips can be pinched to make cutters, $13.59 15; stockers, f v.,.
To cure a mild case of dollar- them branch and form a full- $10 18.25; cow and calf pairs, Gainesville to be most resistant to .., :;:
fledged hedge. $12 19.Calves. s
shot spot, of give nitrate the grass of soda.a generous But be There are a bountiful numberof Good, $20 26; stan Men's Women's HOSIERYin Nematode and Crown Gall . f ';...

sure of the ailment, because nitrogen flower seed you can sow now. dard, $18 -22; utility, $16 21.75; and to produce b'gger' and more =- -
stockers, $14 28.75. latest colors and shades at low low prices =
adds to the misery of They include amaranthus, aster, i r
balsam I Bulls Commercial, $18-I blooms. ,\
some diseases. calliopsis, carnation, 0 0 /
For safer control, Universityof celosia, chrysanthemum, coleus, 18.75; utility, $16-18; cutters, $15-: : \\

Florida turf men say use a cosmos, cynoglossum, cypress 16.25; stockers, $13 18.75. We re-tan, dye and polish all shoes See These Roses in (
lawn fungicide containing cad- vine, dahlia, four-o-clock, ger- A light hog sale was reported y i t I
mium. Apply the material as a anium, hyacinthbean, linaria, Tuesday at the local market, 735 N.W. 5th Ave Phone 2.9354 ,.

spray, using only a half ounce marigold, moonflower, petunia, with 258 head selling, compared Bud and -Bloom.: ..... 5 5
per 1,000 square feet of lawn.A periwinkle, ricinus, strawflower -I .
jar attachment on a garden tithonia, thumbergia, ver- f +.
hose is an ideal way to drench bena and zinnia. Tough As A Tumbleweed! Select Yours : \\I
the disease from the lawn.

Activities Flower Bed [\ Trim As A Rawhide .. )
Now is a good season to initiate If the pain of stopping Is pre- NOW

an air-layering proj e ct. venting the planting of spring SANFORIZED, TOO! _
This ancient Chinese method of flowers, then consider a" raised E -- .
propagation Is fine for shrubs flower bed. Such a bed arounda lit s n! 11iih nriE S- 55 5
and trees that are lazy in taking tree offers possibilities. r {

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linger !hi the minds of most Ala Association held its quarterly ROSE FOOD for n "

chua County farmers for a longtune meeting at Barbers Res- Growth & Beauty
to come. At the time this taurant in High Springs with /zv/(/ jeans f
is written, farmers are still sur- Rep. Ralph Turlington of I / I and ROSE DUST -

veying damages and trying to Gainesville, Sen. Etter Usherof l for Insect Control. ,.
decide the best approach to Chiefland and County Com- or ou ng enjoys

take. missioner Claude Brandon of SPECIAL

Crops that were hard hit by Alachua as guests. SIZES, / $57

the freezing temperatures were Election of officers for the OFFER .:.
watermelons, bean, cantelouP-1 coming year was the main itemof i TOO! / WE CARRY A CARNATIONS w
es, pepper and business Richard Gonzaleswas Both I" -' -
Pastures that had been fertilized re-elected president; Jack .SIZES 4.12 '2 G7 -. COMPLETE LINE of 0.-1 PETUNIAS ,

to prepare for early Cook was elected vice ,presi > WAIST SIZES 29 to 36 2.2s'Value4APDRAGONS'Z: '

spring grazing were blackenedas dent and Billy Gibson, trea SIZES $2...7 % l 4 'III.'' -or, coarse weave denim; ORTHO PRODUCTS '.. ....,,.z- ..
were many of the pastures surer. Two directors were also I 14-16 :Jpper fly. Come in! Get the STOCKS ,
that had not received fertilizer elected for two-year terms, J. Slims words. music and dance instruc-
applications but were puttingout E. (Duke) Clemmons and or Regular Wrangle! Famous SALVIA
tender growth. Cliff Roberts. The same fine quality ; m
Many of the corn fields Wranglers r as the older .he t leans that move with your ) .MARIGOLDS-Sr
of The secretary's job will remain me. very wiggle!i LAWNMOWER-
Many the corn fields flows wwr In the LAWN-BOY
throughout the county suffered in the county agent's of- same fabric and cofors. 3 POPULAR COLORS
burns from the low temperature fice for another year. Locfen Green : dos.

!. The 13th annual Beef Cattle Wheat (White) Now at
While some melon growers Short Course will be held at the Keck

were soaking seed to replant, Livestock Pavilion on the Archer I Also r 14-01. ... Denm

others are playing a wait and Road, May 7, 8 and 9. AD I SATISFACTio:" ,' __ .' JOHNSON & FARiS
see game to determine how cattlemen are invited, so put GUARANTEED .. Mil R _
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many of the plants will recover. [these dates down on your cal I CQ sumars

String beans, some about I endar and plan to be with us. 224 N.W. 8th Ar. Phone 372.0476 WIl1 AMRT1 K1171t1
ready to bloom were hard hit Many outstanding speakers from I MEMBEa
in the Hague, Santa Fe and La- all over the United Statesand: CENTRAL PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER PLENTY OF FREE PARKING" FREE CUSTOMER PARKING ON OUR LOT- .
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Crosse areas. several foreign countries W l ;. ;
JJJj :_ USE YOUR CENTRAL
CHARGE
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Member Your, or Tickets at the from door ony Boys'Club APRIL 4 from 7:00: a.m. to 8:00: p.m 12 Noon & 6 p.m. ': ::


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.. Spirited Firms and Individuals of Gainesville PANCAKE JAMBOREE .
==c Aunt Jemima Kitchen J ':
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Arr. 1 S.E. l 1st St. : '
pOgg SSt7s7lL E N. Main St. ..
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Shopping Center i! & Loan Assn. Dixie Service Co., Inc.Gridley ''. .; ..,
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Carnation Mi Ik Co. Citizens Bank Music Co. ;
G. C. Murphy Co. '
Co. 110 E. Univ. Ave. r ,1 JonesJohnsonPropane :
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Copeland Sausage "1$0' 10 N.W. 6th St. } :;
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Dixie J. M. Fields' J. C. Co.
Lily Milling Co. : Penney Ranger Hal Show '
201 W. Univ. Ave.
{ @ffeemate Gainesville ,Ice Co. N.W. 13th St. and 23rd Blvd. Sound by Merritt

I Joseph's Imported Foods ",' Publix Super.Market 'j'
First National I Bank Gainesville Shopping CenterUniversity Storter Printing Co.
Luzianne Coffee ..
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Sunnyland .
120 w. univ. Ave. ow. Winn-Dixie Food Stores : .
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Women of Moose.V.F.W. Auxiliary.Anchor Club of G.H.S.. of G.H.S.Civiletles' THE MARK IV's : i '
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(Jack or ten: His .only hope Causes I Ik It

r I was that South would not Industry- ",v .. .**. < ;|:i ."jri; .- ... > : .
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BridgeU B r .. rr;f South then surrendered : '. :z' '!

TRUSCOTT 'heart trick, and had no MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (AP- : -3. t ; (i >,: : .

: Doubling a game, contract, on the second round. It seemffovWest'inat -'I t ty in making' his contract, losing -'::Miami-Dade Junior College has 'y : ;

vhich bas"been voluntarily *bidiy ; :?; his five trumps only. one spade, one heart :a "dropout" problem ''''4 .-4 ,.. ... '. .-

the opponents, is seldom would'be1 sufficient to defeat the!'and one club.Without More than 1,500 students have ; : .qr j/ { <;( :

profitable exercise. However, contract, but he was .sadly disillusioned the double they- 4 enrolled in the college's data ; i {, : : : U

ome times; the temptation nesse of the eight would still bea II processing program, started in -
seems irresistible. In the deal South, recognized that West theoretically desirable safety J 1960. Only one has completed "

shown today, the double not on- must have had a considerable!, play. But South probably I the two-year course.

'y led to a redouble, but helped 1 trump holding to double. After -!would not have done this, be- It's not a question of flunking.

South to make a contract that r winning the heart king, therefore cause such a play would frequently rhe students are too successful.They Your Vacant rental

almost surely would have failed'I he led a low trump and lose a valuable match take five or six of the

otherwise. j finesses dummy's eight. It is I!point and it guards against courses and then are grabbed
I I1'o m's response of one no-i apparent that it would not have!situation 'that occurs only once off by industry," said President

Iriunp is a forcing bid in his!!!helped. West to play the spade in about 50 deals. j'J]Peter: Masiko Jr. today.
System, and he showed a hand I I

)p about 11 or 12i j high-card I

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EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF ... L
FLORIDA IN AND FOR ALACHUA \...-r--... --..,
COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY :
ROSALIE MEHAFFEY. > .. .
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: Plaintiff | WASH AND WEAR .
y.HPNRY J. WALKER and wife \.- ...... ._ .. .
EMA' J. WALKER and C. W. BASS '.

an3 wife i Defendants CORA L. BASS. i F.' GOLDEN THIMBLE .. ., -- .. ...

NOTICE TO DEFEND : s ..... .
INTHE NAME OF THE STATE OF '
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TOt Henry J. Walker and wife I 4 PRINTS .
Emma J. Walker -
2403 Maplewood Avenue
+Toledo *, Ohio \ .
"YOU, ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a %iit ,In equity has been brought

C agfinst&A L you, BASS and G In W.tr>.BASS Circuit and Court Wife, 39Cdr Here's what Vacancy COSTS YOU e
EiCTtn Judicial Circuit, In and for your
Al hua County Florida. and you are! only : ,., ,. _
hetfOf summoned, ordered and requir.
dato file your written Answer or defenses .

ag.nst to you the$1ft.* the Complaint above entitled filed cause herein 36" WideTub .". -: r -. EVERYDAY until it is rented. -
In She Office of the Clerk of the Circuit M < ..
Court In and for Alachua County, \ ... ..
Florida, at his Office in the Court R 49 -
Horse In Gainesville Florida on or bee > ego c. Fast '. : : .- r s .
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for the 30th day of April "*64. and ;: -
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to Jerve a copy of such Answer ar dalfences .
BATES a. JONES Plaintiffs Ii-- Yard. Drip Dry
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attorneys herein, whose addressIs ., .. -

da Gainesville*J'.lller 5j t. required Building.Florida.bysthelalvsOf on P. or O.! before Box flof said 34.,' -t:- =. /o"r f.'; ; t.. 100% Cotton iJ. ? r. ".: ".... : 'i'.. ", ..' If Rent Is: Your Loss Per Day. .'Is: .... .-...

Ma and the 1'S4 Florida Rules of Civil -
,Procedure. .. ;'- ; $40 per mo . .$1.33 day'l: -....
0<' per
I you fail to do so a Decree ( . ., :.
Pro Confesso will be entered against 1 -
.yotf, for the relief demanded In thef r rCc SAVE 26c YARD ON 'WOODCREST' FASHION $50 per mo. . $1.66'per day ,
pllint. 'L' .r.
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tut YJXJ are further suit \\.notified tor a foreclosure that the na-1 of(' If _L't = COTTONS FOR ALL SUN & FUN NEEDS ? '1 l'j1 : i. ;$55,!per mo. .'. $1.83 per day ':': '.;;
II Mortgage executed by you and recorded ..

page 505-507.in County Official of the Florida.Records-Public upon Records Book the fol-of 3.iAlachua : 3 ..Machine washable Sale 4 $1 -.:' '" -"'. ..r!.'... ....:.:... ,.:: ... ." .: ... '. $60 ermo.u.$2.00per.day' !: T ..

lo:ng described property situate tying I I Ian 2 to 10 :yard lengths Y.I.. ,_ _:. :. ,.. .r__. j> ; $65 per mo. . $2.16 per"day __ ; _. .
to-Wit being In Alachua County, Florida Prints,plains; wide 59c YARD If ON FULL BOLTS :: .. .- '-;:;: '" :,!' '" .',:it... .. .. J _.. '
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Lot Eight (II) of Bishop's Replaf' of' :.. '",,"';. ; : r. ; $70 per mo. *,. $2.33 per day.
BifJck One (n of Range Seven (7) of I tn, ; ( ltf-J' .-
tn per{ Original plat thereof Survey'of recorded:Gainesville in Plat Book as 3- SAVE 12c YARD 'ON PLAIN & FANCY : n.'Y R.; ;' >? : $75 per mo. . $2.50 per day;
'. page 127 of the public records. of ."" ; :..:. ,:. : I .
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Alachua County. Florida. NEW DENIM FOR SPORTS TRAVEL PLAY. f 11 'J.... '" per mo. per;day .
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*a Lot Eight (I) of Bishop's Reptatof ;.; per :
*.Block One (II. Range Seven (17) of "' Machine washable cotton Sale 5 7 c : ( 'l., :.. '.' .._-. -: .
tha trip Original point of Survey beginning of ;Gainesville from, said as _.f. \ -\ Sanforized permanent rd' ,.,'2", :.. H t tt': *:" !".1.: :. :" $90. per mo. 6 $3.00 per'day$95 ,; ,
poftit of beginning run North' Nine 1'< Hetento finish REGULARLY 69c YARD >
tfeet to a point thence East ". c ; ,1 . $3.16 : l .
run per mo. day.
Forty three (4.1) feet to a point : .., ...,." 1 ,,'.J." per .!. ,"
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run (f) feet to : "
poifl at the ,Northeast corner of said a. \'r"N" .B: SAVE 12c YARD ON HUGE ARRAY OF :. ,. ..._...............:.... ... _. _.. i'. ;'f. $100, per mo. $3.33 per day ;. .j'x
Let Eight (I) thence run West For.tyyiree >. : ..: > ; .
g'naing/ (C) feet to .the point of be- .. : : MO.AMDS U COTTON PERCALES FOR HOME & FAMILY ... ..._ f . I '-;i M' f. .. ..; T
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name Court this a ;1' \ :r
suit has been Instituted Is Circuit NO BUTS i ...J Coo*. Eight Judicial Circuit, Alachua I I
County. Florida and the abbrevlat.ed I : MTUFACT10N I Machine washable 5 II 2 7 C 1t .
title of this else is Rosalie MeHaf. Ii Y d. .1 ._
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fey PlaintiHvs- Henry J. Walker and ; GUAlA.ruti: I Prints, plains 36" wide .... ,
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wife] Emma J. Walker and G. W : OI ,a -- -: --- ; .. '-" '. ., ,
Bass and wife, Cora L. Bass. Defendants MOllY '. -.
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this IT.,Order IS HEREBY and Notice ORDERED shall be published that- l.. Mac. SAVE 29c YARD ON BARKCLOTH SAILCLOTH .! :.. j '
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ante (1) a week for four (U) consecutive ,

DAILY Gainesville weeks SUN f In Florida THE newspaper, and GAINESVILLE having publishedIn a \ .: AND HOMESPUN SPORT & HOME COTTONS Now is the time to place a Gainesville SunWant


general Florida.WITNESS circulation my hand in as Alachua Clerk of County.the \\sN\': i Colorful florals, novelties, 5 H fJI' I 2 $1 ...."
said Circuit Court of Alachua County. 10' acenicinta yds. ; Ad to reach renter.
Florida and the seal of the said Courtat Decorate'onrhome your (.
(;ain.sville, Alachua County Florida \ \ \ \ I Ref'l..59e-79-Ycrd I x, .
on the 23rd day of March. A. D. r'
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"..- J.Clerk B. of CARMICHAEL the Circuit Court. \ \ \ M Charge-lf...No.money down...30 days or months lo pay REMEMBER you can run an ad during :,;

Alachua County FloridaBY i ...
: EMILY WATERHOUSE
H. 6. BATES.Deputy Clerk I National Want Ad Month Call 372-84.41.t
.f Bates .. Jones ;

11 Attorneys Gainesville I* W.0. Box University at 396 Florida Law Avenue I GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER OPEN 9:30A.M. 9 P.M.BRAKES 'Yo <. : -. : ., ; : _;'-'. >j ; '; I', ;"'; .

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THE ASSOCIATED PRESS In 1872, the inventor of the I
Today is Thursday, April 2, telegraph, Samuel F, B.Morse, TICH TELEVISION! ** FR 2-0433
the 93rd day of 1964. There are died in New York City.In .
273 days left in the year. 1945, American! forces
Today's highlight in history: were driving inland on Okinawa 1028 N. Main St., Gainesville Shopping Center
On this date in 1917, Presi- after the largest amphibious OUTRAGEOUSLY
dent Woodrow Wilson asked operation of World War II in 2ND WEEK McCollum, 1124 W. University-Gresham, 12 W. Univ. Ave.
to declare that the'Pacific. FUNNY
Congress
war
existed between the United Ten years ago-Turkey and FEATURES AT 13th Pharmacy, 1522, 13th St.- McCollum, 1324 E. Univ. Ave.
States and Germany.Four days Pakistan-both receiving Us.I! I
later the United States was at aid-signed mutual defense 1-3-5-7-9 :
arms a -
war.On treaty. .O.1ec'Peter fiid. $\\\uiirr'rr4!, I

,this date Five years ago-The Sellers George C. Scott
In .1792, Congress authorizedthe
ment of Iraq canceled govern-I
establishment of the U.S. Stanley Ku6dck'sDr. 'DSCOUNn
tract with a British r
Mint;-the first coins were \ M
construction of a steel plant inj: : Strangelovert .
madein Philadelphia in 1794. : :
and announced .,
Baghdad the -
In 1881, the of Dakota .... -
territory -.plant would be built by the Soviet -. Ti Stop Wanytej Aod LmTk Btoithe
was created by an act of
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Congress.In i
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year ago
1865, Confederate troops
mier Khrushchev suspense comedy
rejected
evacuated Richmond Va.
Red China bid for a meeting al
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DEAR ABBY I am in the eighth grade and I like a boy in home. "ON TO THEM" STRANGLE CASEY ? A ASSOCtAT]= 1 lNdC AST R1V>_Rr AST ME TN 1 i0N2lNi00N QyTHjsy o AUNT OAtE
and told him that a TO MARK'! CAR.. M 1 1.LION.. h 11LLtCN+1-01 -
my home room. I called him up last night wonderful. I didn't know team OFFON A P11L:
DEAR "ON": I think they're NIMI .-DOKTTI ?
girl friend of mine wanted his picture, but ,she was too bashful !-' work like that still existed. TRIP..

to ask him for it, so I was asking for her. He said he was =:
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sorry but he didn't have any more. Then I called him back and

told him that the picture'really wasn't for a girl friend it was DEAR ABBY: My problem is my daughter. She is 29 so I Z 1 } Ys. ..

for me,and maybe he could dig one up. Repaid he didn't have can't tell her what to do, but she is still my daughter and I

.,any more and he wouldn't know where to dig one up from. worry about her. Abby, she is five feet five, and I will be the < rAN'WHATMAKES

Then I called him back again to ask him what page our history first to admit that she was overweight, but she is big-boned, ,

assignment started on, but this time his mother answeredthe like I am, and she never looked as heavy ,as she was. She ....,.

phone and told me :to quit bothering him. I feel terrible. weighed 255 last July. That's when she started going to this -..

., Should'I'call him up. and apologize bothering him? doctor who specializes in reducing people. She lost 60 pounds -- ---- --- f

'FEELS TERRIBLE and she's still dieting. I have begged her to stop before' she '
I WUZTEWN HER SHE SHORE a'
f t kills herself, but she doesn't listen to me. Abby, please, as one : DOC-VE BETTER YE THINK THAT, TH' LATEST GOSSIP AN IS SICK I! e

mother to another, help me save my daughter. GO SEE ELVINEY- "DOCTOR" SMIF? SHE DOZED OFF RIGHT
DEAR FEELS No! This
: boy has jour camber. Forget his! 'i SHES DRETFUL IN TH MIDDLE OF IT .1 () I
DEAR ABBY: I am not mentioning any names and, if you TEARS IN MY EYES :," BAD j } s
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print this, please don't use mine, but what do you think of a DEAR TEARS; Unless my subtraction is wrong, jour daughter ':**;
husband who is not man enough to speak his own mind? He C/3 SICKCS&N"
still weighs 195 pounds! She has:to lose another 60 beforeshe's
and his wife have worked I !
out "signals" between them. When
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in the proper weight range for her height. Trust the doc- /

they are at a party and HE wants to go home, he either mops enough to battle without the additional burden of an hystericaltor 4 fel ( l cl I
his brow with a handkerchief or crosses his legs, and then
and don't demoralize jour daughter. Calories are tough /
SHE suggests that it is late and they should be heading for mother. D % ; 4Lisse

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Q Folk Festival 10:30 O CD News rTRACV.VOt/LL DO NOTHING AOP WHY? .x15'1' 6ECAUSE, IF YOU+ DOtfT STAY.
r 9:30 O CD Hazel i O I Love Lucy THE MND! Tl WHY. HEREWITH ME ILL
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O Science Reporter 11:00 Q D Concentration HE'S MAKING! A FOOL -XfoTOTHE i
10:00 CD O Kraft Suspense < O Price Is Right OF HIMSELF. / R MOON'wrrH I

"Once Upon A Savage 11:30 Q CD Missing Links r sNi ytDtlf

Knight." O Pete And Gladys ,
O Nurses-Drama 12:00 Q CD First Impression 0
:y Iu "A Kind of Loving." O Love Of Life I IJ tc j 1

11:00 O News, Weather, SportsO 12:25 0 News c I v 1' 'JU tI"r
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D Local News (Color) ConsequencesO

11:25 O Movie Search For Tomorrow
.. THURSDAY EVENING Guy's! estranged wife if "The Come On." A scheming -12:45 '0 Guiding Light .( I.* mi.'. 4's I f

500 O Best of Groucho Guy will reciprocate and money-mad vixen encounters 12:55 B CD News
O Riverboat dispose of Bruno's father.! a handsome fish- 1:90 e News .cQ

5:25 O Greatest Headlines Farley' Granger, Robert erman on a Mexican O Midday

:.5:20 O Newscope Walker. beach. Anne Baxter Sterling CD Local 'News I .........

'i5S ID Local News, Sports. 7:30, QD Temple Houston Hayden. 1:05 CD Match Game WE CAN DO / 15 THIS THE HOSPITAL? _
.. Weather O What's New 11:30 I O D (Color) Johnny 1:15 Q Focus Interview THAT LATER I a I WANT 70 _:=
,ii60 O Sunshine Almanac *:00 O This Week-Interview Carson 1:30 Q Science 1M GLAD YOU CAME,NERO' MAMA BESS/ I SPEAKTODR %
O News, Sports, 8:15 O Chats On Writing FRIDAY Q As the World Turns z AN THE HOUR N:W AGO/WE'D SHIPMENT ARRIVED BETTER r F ; .'AORGANs / -. ..

Weather j 8:30 Q .8515: O Channel Five News "A Day to'' Remember." O Sunrise Semester I 2:00 Q CD Let's MakeA

.t30 O News-Walter Cronkite Deeply disturbed by the 6:15 O Sunshine Almanac Deal ,

O Operation Alphabet | death of'h r husband,!I 6:30 Q World CivilizationO O Password I

O CD News, Huntley, Nora Willis poses as al I Pastor's Study 2:25 Q D,News oII
,Brinkley volunteer worker to helpan 1:35 O Sunshine Almanac 2:30 O CD Doctors
J L60 O Rifleman 'abandoned, child suf-!., 6:40 D Living Words O House Party !!!:

"A, Time for Singing." fering from a ,fatal! disease 6:45 CD Hi Neighbor'' 3:00 O D Loretta Young Y

: :"' Planning an unusual ,robbery Script by Calvin 6:50 'O Farm and Home O To Tell The ,Truth

two outlaws' pose Clements. Kildare:, Richard 1 i 7:00 0 D Today I 35-0 News-Edwards ".
: as a minister and his Chamberlain.. Gilles-I O News, Weather : 3:30 Q CD You Don't Say! .....

wife. pie: Raymond Massey. i 7:05 O Ranger Hal O Edge of Night
O Buckskin Bob O Children Growing I 7:50 O News 4:00 0 Match Game '
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Q Movie 9:00 O PerryMason 8:00 O Captain Kangaroo I O Secret Storm-Serial *3UR PARROT I I I .I I TEACH NM: ::1, 1 Ct us'EnA
"Strangers. ,on,A ,Train." :"The :Case pf,;.the Simple,19:00 O ,,Divorce, Court t CD Popeje's Pals ;! HEI.LA.r"t TO SAY A : 1 TO SAY i'I i AS tiE /
t (fo art:train''bound for' ''Simon." A young strangertells 1 O Bachelor Father !I 4:25 O News p,, I ( THING THAT LSKE TOPEOPLE O 0 THAT {( SEES'Ef q .

New York, Bruno Antony I actress Ramona Car- CD Romper Room i 4:30 O Burns and Allen ? -
a suggests a diabolical I ver that he thinks he's 9:30 O People, Are Funny O Super Car
scheme to tennis star Guy: her son. Mason: Raymond CD Jack LaLanne j CD Movie

"'" Haines, Bruno will kill! Burr. Della: Barbara 110:00 O Say When "Two Guys from Texas."

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The Fog in Washington

: $ DONT TELL ME- JCNOwR.! U is

.. ;. VDU WERErH PAYING/ .
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I hH -.GOOD GLORY MISS LMALIE.-WHAT -so YOUR DOTING,DOP V PARENTS -' t t
.- gj ARE alt DOING IN DRAMA 5OiOOL? PACKED YOU OFF TO THE INSTITUTE t.10
-- -. WA5TL A GOOD TEACHER'5 ; '
---H 3frBJ iJurk! Timr3 ,gook content :26. In other words you need 10 ()f the deterrence policy," TIME-AND-
WASHINGTON The struggle For example, a letter that I years of post graduate educa- The archives' grammarians

to compel the United States weighs in- at a fog index of 6 tion to know what most federal ontend that much of the government

_I government to speak English is would be intelligible to a person agencies are talking about. One fog can be dispelled by z ( .

going badly. with, a sixth grade education.One I of the more articulate agencies, !short; sentences and short words.

The National Archives,has re- with an index of 12 shouldbe the Peace Corps, has an indexof The[ formula for computing a
_ cently been testing governmentprose easily understood by a high 23 (meaningless to the cot-log I: index is based on these two

for fog content, and its school graduate. A fog index lege graduate), and the Pentagon I factors alone.
higher than 16 means that the has a 30 (unintelligible w 2
findings are appalling. Using a to
Anyone can compute his own
device c a 11 e d the "fog index sample requires four years of the human mind). ndex.i
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for digestion.The t From a writing sample,.1 - ..,-- _
chart,*' the archivists are able college easy 1 The archives regards 13 as a'I J figure: the average number ol f A S JZ lY 1Y Aeh r"f AtAY I WE VMS N3TREUAT10S E OKcN YC FO'b ; iADC
to huge lumps of government -, archives has found that words I WITH TKg Cw 'I're' I CV. J. A5
assay desirable index for f" per sentence. To this fig TF Y Hsze lLE.A Y 5-s
prose and put a mathematical -'I the average government agency! government, add CC. CAAYtt 'y"' A2 1' Alt>. v; I u.S.Cc\S,+IVP5ICIAU5TSWT tV A' a.
and is quietly trying to persuade!!lIre, the number of wordsin 4 NAVE CO.R4E I-- HAVE TdR.1.TJ O.DiFLOUATU dEili S =
value the gobbledy-,,is running a fog index of about Tics : ;r y G on :7 VocDRISCN.
I the
the agencies to get their counts'' sample which have three IAZ KaDQcisA' '
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down. As might be Multiply
expected, it KA 1ezR1 f ThERc. r .' SAP TY. ofI
is meeting a good bit of oppo I result by .4 and the resulting I
sition. 'figure is the fog index.
t' How accurate is the index
J ctT CAPE EGG This is, first and foremost, a'1 To answer this question, tests .
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AMA OPEN MOA I government of lawyers and lawyers r
1 were run on four fairly familial
REtKl.E35Nt:35 tend to feel that any blow J pieces of writing: Hamlet's Ute
ACROSS R I E D 0 1 li S against fog is a blow againstthe i be or not to be" soliloquy;
1:Edible sit 24.Agreed wltk S A T Y R A D D A Sash welfare of lawyers. The Shakespeare's sonnet numbelU6

27.Old Fe.colA28.'tI E 1. S A f A R t M E 1 present tax code, which is the J ; "From Russia With Love,"!
'5.Texas co ttonwood ADD G E h U creation of lawyers is
a case 'a James Bond thriller by lar
2,0 Spiral 29.prison Behest TSAR W C 6 0 R T in point. Since nobody, includ- :Fleming, and an installment o;
1ly!ou disastrous 35.Fr. noble R 0 B F A r ing lawyers, knows precisely '"The Playboy Philosophy" bj -
man c o n t1 A L' M what it means, lawyers can,]Hugh Hefner (Playboy, January
IS. Boxing 34.Moon A V E TEL 1 OR E 'revel in endless litigation. i 1964) WEL. ifOV'l' WElat '
: ; ( EE'TLE j J'+6 Vt'IH Ml's
ring 55.Creek DAL E 1J E R NAB Lawjers' opinions of what the: The results coincided strikingly Ti+'S Tic CL L1 +B.Fs ? :, k TAk SA IYGiF,
14. Quintessence 36.Ark'slandSOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE I tax code means are hotly : with what the typical reader r D"cK0'.2ATL WAY ,A.p' !

15, Rocky bill 38. Inflexibility sought by baffled non lawyers,1 might have expected, 'lliCU
6.Craceful
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16ltltu a1 40.Trsn 9 uil DOWN' } which not only keeps the lawjers :Shakespeare's sonnet scored the

41.Ama.gani 1.Egte Watchful 1.rhythm Bib.lion I! well fed, but also makes :lowest fog index, with an 11J //

J ." ..vamt 42.ire Hinder 2.3.Rdatirts 8.N.Amer.22.Infusioa them feel needed and important -,which should make it easy reading
The lawyers are not school
43.Sunfsh -t.IDSlsttd on ltpub11c I amused for high seniors.
9.Brother or by the archives' effort to
23.A d j arnlt 8 mus, 5.Girl's name James Bond finished second
Isis bring back English. meat
: with 12.7 e.sy for the
.Loathe
/ I L J. 4 Joi ;" S 1 s J V7to.12.Commerce I Heavy resistance also comes I college man. "To Be Or Not tc
OJ t'l'
"l' :,; 17.Cum from seasoned government Be" showed a fog index of 18

i ,0 : :/ II_ 20.Ih ain .I workers who feel that in con 'which should make it tough for

.J ii-- passage fusion there is safety. Take the anyone without a college de
; 2L DoubleuIt government man who has to gree. The heaviest fog was
;r is rr d 23.Herb of the produce a paper on Cuba policy countered in "The Playboy en'I
KVWTOW; AND SAW "
LOOKED OUT THE
rose{amily He knows that it may be tosopby. With a 25.7 index, i t MK.FAJUC1USTOM GET OCT OP THE CAl SEEV- THAT, HE WAS AIWMS1 PEJ5W5 VXX' 96ETT1W&
- n III 2(.Pops UP N MEETIK66
u.+ 25.Accustomed the end of him unless he comesin ranked up there with Commerce WAS V&mNS WITH MY FATHER, AW HE Z R M M&EJt IT KOTHEKE?; I.\E &ECA15&Z M{ he iCM.5ED TO r-i > WA5 GOiKd TO TAKE META A MOVIE THAT JT USA
( THOUGHT FATHK WDULP; GET TJEP UP WP '
u z: tJ with a so incompre Department export regulation: PO TMN&5 TMTH ME.
26.en
r//' ..arcs paper lAFTEKNOOM. Z WAS t CP5TAIR5] THE&EPEOOMeernviQ + NCO.6e A6LE TO TAKE ME TO THE MOVJ&T"I at
1$7"2 }lcir'T" hensible that no onecan understand and Dean Rusk's press conference t>PKESSE WHEN! z HEAR A CAlC .. .
.More for fait UP IM THe PCVEWAY... ::6i3lnljiril1S _-- '
P 'lh // // 'lh it. prose incomprehensibility 1, f I s 1'h
T : It "l.lj' : .J .0 m Potts g.a The heavier the fog; the safer .
- dig he:feels. Other opposition comes Now, someone is bound to d<
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," V/if.i:; "ff1; 3LBktrr bark>> from bureaucrats under the illusion a little arithmetic and discovei
9 32.Challenge that verbosity is the hallmark the fog index of this article i:
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:, 34.Cotua y of erudition and hence!38. indicating that a readeJwould

-; /I"4f'- .. path the path to success. These peo-: need 22 :rears of postgraduate
31.Soak pie will never write "use" when!I education to understand '
w'h .u 4J V W 39.wife Athamas' they can substitute "utilization"nor it No sneering letter: a2

"'-tl. 4II. -& "the chance of war" when please. The archivists admi
Per lima 30,Pale.M N..a they can write "in the regret I that the fog index Is useless foi]

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-p. CLASSIFICATION INDEX I
FORDYCASSOCIATEs.. INC. i IF you plan to build and would
WANT.AD RATESPH. has opening 'for nullified Real like
a custom bum home by experienced -
ResultsAnnouncements Estate Broker or talesman. Call i builders that .have
THERE or Contact Mrs. Grace S. For- ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE till time to dIscuss plans with
372-8441 dye, *24 West University Ave 1 Ia MewertaseICard f f YOU. call. 372-2527. ask for ,Gene
I nue 375-1236or MA ,.5IIJ. .5 Thanks I Wul" 'e B.t I Paramor We' have avaHabl
$1.70 PER HR. cMaeisery Tee!. our to plan to choos from.
-I for Servicing Fuller SLeet iI
: Brush Custorrers. Part time C ? & :-entee. U Building MaterIals Complete financing: cm be explained -

.. openings In Archer W'lston.)! | L 4I S Tsaei Inferaa&tlo* It Leasehold OoedjC I home. For to you appointment right in your call own
Classified'Only Mcintosh & Cltra. 372-7117 or $ I Special 394011cc U A.U.est
3 LOST & FOUND -530 NW 17th St.. Gainesville. Vkrlsta as XlIe. lee .... Ei THE JAMES CO.
$ISO per week. Architectural a Baby 81&1er. OJW Care 11 Trdbte Peat.I Builders Of Gainesville Inc.
of Homes
Klngsberry
DEADLINES Flues Te Gt And II Artl6iea 395s54Thlags
ISIN STRAYED: Black and grey striped I draftsman mators $10.000 to $174 per wee'. Lit. T. See ;: 251 Oll a Weeds Ph._372-2527. nrtes 372-7401.
annual .
cat. White .u" Baste Mar-tee
paws and Zetp.
chest. Tues. thru Fit papers-S MH. Day before publicationFor S400-000
Small per month. Law or Bus. 'l1 N 1MMEDIATEOccupancy
Reward.scar FR on right rear leg. ads to go In Sun. Plpel'-11:00 ajn. Sat. Adm. degree. Accountants Fle'd AUTOMOTIVE n Camp 001CC Bu' 7Is..
0744. For js to go In Mon. paper 1 pJn. Sat. RepresentatIves Field Superin 5. AIi-plaaa 1a1e..Ia. 'ZJ Ze..a'
Ku1eal
l FOUND. In vicinity of University tendents Chemical Industrial. TJ 14..0. He.eI tee lale Merbandlsi .
Health Center. Tan and white (Minimum ad 4 lines Mechanical and CIVIl engineers. .35 Trucks far Sale

male'-39 47.Collie puppy. Phone FR FAMILY RATES i- Machinists Nurses. Teachers Rea. I I\i\ 72 Traeters Trucks Waatedii Track a..tall REAL ESTATE FOR SALE MOVE INTO YOUR OWN

Trailer Rest te MODERN HOME ON
FOUND Pay Damages'- Yearling.I and Cost.I d n Writ t Ity. Insertion ..... s..c"ne s Applicants for above positions. :; )fet.ra7elsa h ....kn IS Lei. for Sale RENTAL BASIS BEFORE

_Box 392-A G.Inesvrn. s. I 3 Insertions ..... 22C line must be willing to relocate. I. Aslaebi5e .epaln .. Wl.Tfr9ti. I'raert, YOUR LOAN CLOSES.

4 WORTH Insertions '.................................... 17c line as AstosbIlea fr Sale as flesaea I'.r Sate Priced from
4 Pcnoatlixcd S.rykn Insertions$ ..........r..*. 14c line EXECUTIVE Secretaries* Sttnogs.. ac Swap Can II Cetiagea I'.r Sale NO MONEY$1X750 DOWN to *llWO
VApay
It alai Estate
Secretaries Bookkeepers Clrk- Eulaue'
Total charge computed by multiplying! total lines x rate earned SIM
II only closing
x number of Insertions. typists office cashiers 21-40 WIth' EDUCATIONAL sa Real Estate Wanted
LEARN TO DRIVEl $tcIat.t. a minimum of 2 yrs. office experience. U 0. .f Tewi Praperlr Best terms FHA
U SebeeLe .. IaItneUea Fret lifetime Swim Club Mem
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tentton to nervous or ekJeMy. Also part-time steno .. Ballllell PraertiN
15 50sa1e nulla. bership walk to Sc-wolt.
Easy (I
Way Driving School. FR graphers. ResIdentIal laMa.
_2-7002._ _Uc. by Star of Fla. 5 Five letter words per line It Wuk'-lutn. 4. Farms A Acreage HUGH EDWARDS
IN Apply 10 U AJA.. 2.1 | ,'- 43 CeJerad Property Rentals i ,
GAINESVILLE.
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\ GDI'S PHARMACY ITS I PERSONNEL CENTER EMPLOYMENT MeSa 43-i Colored Property Sales INC.N.E. .
Samas > lines n Work Wanted
WHILE 1U Central' put 8 Pt. = 11 Work Wanted "e.aIe 16th Av. & 15th S*.
ordinary type RENTALS
j (next to WInn-Dlxle) 102 NW 2nd Ave. 377-4377 for 11 Sales Help Wanted 6
372-1551
For -prescriptions & cosmetics I appointment.
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'.- ID.L. DRUGSTORE -- 1 ) Of Sam as 3 lines 11 Help-Ha" or 1'.1. Cotta,.. For Zest 39
I -_ I S. r. l. ordinary type j; U Male Belp Wanted g PirElibed A&s.
Dra.a" C. Unfurnished AptL PARRISHPRES'ENTS
<< SPECIAL NOTICES 1 o Same as 4 lines ii 14 Silts Help Wanted U FelDale Help W..... n flessea for Lent Tsr-n.
: I O rt.Drdlnarttyp.' f: n.vua I., East t1a1ua.
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: tUDINGlor I WILL not 'be responsible for FARMS 5' LIVESTOCK eo te sniU I
any debts Incurred by anyon : PROTECTED salts & service route "Draa B,..,..., 10 B.teI keews
ottter than myself after this 1 D4Same S lines for married man with car & n Iced a l'erU1ller 11 14.... Rentals as
date., March 27, 1964. Walter 24 as phone. Average whit training 185 U Un..... h .epplle. .IA Wanted 'l'e Rent II
SeMenstMCker i r I.. ,""".ry type I plus expenses If qualified. Age I ;: ft Landscaping Tsp leD IJ B.udera Wanted MASON MANOR Just listed

.... / DUE to divorce I have a like new II _23-45. 372-7117. so I"els .. Supplies U Office Des Space very neat 4 b dreem, 2 bath
""t 19o4 model ZVg Zag Automatic : ROUTE SALESMANFOR I 11 Un..k Wanted II Butassa But&1a I home. Large living room. Central
J .-_ sewing machine. that does ev : TH Gainesville Sun will not be'responslbt for more than en* heat and air COndltfellll .
erything. We would like some I Incorrect Insertion nor will It be liable for any error In 'adver Old Reliable/ Company setting FINANCIAL SERVICE Beautiful lot with lovely Mtvied!!
: .. .: one to taki vp payments of tisement' to a greater extent than th* cost of fIts space occupied and delivering to hotels and U Bealness opportolUn II Speessi lent..1 In beck yard. A perfect JTbui*
__Si.00_ per mo..Ph. 3722051. I, by the item In the advertisement. No adjustment win IES restaurants. Successful and well 11 Mines I. Seas IS llama 1.nYl.eBC g for a growing Jamlly. Convenient -
7: ::: DRIVING to. Mexico city next be made rtmr met do' not ,materially, effect the 'value "vi'nI. established territory available. 18 Jillnrac" Jj B.4IJ. 1'Y ServIce 55U High to Schools.Elementary and Junior*
( = week. Gone two weeks. 'Desire I the Good salary and commission. Mese7 Wanted U A"uaan Psreitsre e
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< er expenses. Phone age. employment --- SUMMER IS AROUND THE COR.
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- J > ,- I -m-rn record and details. Replies con 9074 --am 1I..IUill'"UUfIlIllIl'"lIlm'mlllmlfl NER and we have the perfect
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__J, :=- ,.'- ::- Ijija: ,Sitters .Child Cart change any the classification advertisement of which It deems! obtecttonal' and In cart of Gainesville Sun. 1222IY 35 Houses for So!. 35 Houses for Solo and winter a delight. Three summer bedrooms
I any that 1or-
2 baths
living room with
1 flered to =rtfrom'
conform
to
the
I policy ef the OPPORTUNITY for full time Raw- fireplace and wall to wall car

.... TINY TOT i leIgh Business In West Alachua -e111r4r90 FOR. SALE. 7 room older home. pet. PemIly room, screened
LIHI. : Co. or part Gainesville Pro- Near Hawthorne School. S5.tOO. 3 AND 4 Bedroom homes. On porch central heat and air conditioning
: 'PLAY: SCHOOL'Visit "' J. -, ducts. sold here over 40 years. Johnson Real Estat 4 12252. Acre lots. Go out NW 16th Avenue plus lovely fenced In
11 FEAAALE HELP WANTED Car necessary. No cash investment to 43rd St. Intersection, turn backyard with swimming pool
v* a/WI' see for yourself. Crisp curved Cody cut coat- A BARGAIN at $9,759. 3 BR. and shuffle board court.
I 12 Mali Help Wanted required. For personal interview right. go approximately I mile ,
24 SE rh St. FR 4-7806. dress buttoned on the diagonal
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II __ : write Sales Manager screen porch fireplace carport.Ig see sign on left.
PLANNED awaits WANTED IMMEDIATELY I Rawlclgh (FAD-320-302) Memphis I dress, you'll adore for sunshine corner lot. S40 a mOo 1001 T.. D. ZETROUER BUILDERFR FINLEY AREA We have'two
program
your days. Sew tt
Term.16.Work. In linen shantung NW 24th Ave. FR 2-7U2. 4-3848. lovely 4 bedroom homes. Walk
pre-school EXPERIENCED SECRETAY
youngster at JACK crepe. log distance J. J.
A. JFU. NURSERY SCHOOL Most be neat attractive and a OVER UM Ft. pius carport and NO DOWN eto Flnie-tarKl
Printed! Pattern t074: Half$ PAYMENT 3 BR., built on wooded lots. Both
Musk programs educational to take dictation. Age limit l'1 ADVERTISINGREPRESENTATIVE' Sizes 12V4 14, MV4, 1JV4, 20, porch. 3 BR. and study. 1-Vi bath. Central heat, central air owners have left town so both
1 } film-strips. 7.45-5.1S Mon.-FrU years : Wanted Female 22. size 16 rlquires 4H bath attic fan built In drawers, condo Northwest. $19,000. Call are waiting for nice I large tam
SUN: 1331 S.W. 13th St. FR 43900.3AYcar EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER yard 35-Inch f.brtc. vanity, and storage galore SOX140 3762927.a lies for Immediate occupancy.
MUST have experience In Bank FIFTY CENTS In coin for Convenient to Metcaff Call for complete Information
on
for children In my tome.NW bookkeeping operations. Neat A wonderful opportunity for TYPING wanted to do In this pattern acM 15 cents for Bishop Parochial Schools. UO BEDROOM Florida room livIng both homes
l __ __ section. "All day or Vk day. and .attractive. Apply Citizens the.right man. Must be between home. Please call :379-1467. my each pattern for first-class mall- Mo. VJL 4% percent. FR O-277S. Fenced room In back dinette.yard. Sacrifice.carport.
I __ Big_yard playground aqutpmenl. Bank ef Gainesville. 20 & 40 years of Ing and special, LARGE BRICK HOME!!
near the
FR 2-9741. BURROUGHS $ Bookkeeping.. handling. Send to 2404 SE 13th St. $350 down $45 FR 4-5023 1112 N. E. 19th PI.
enS.
age be able to sell, type Marian Martin" (Gainesville Sun). monthly. $10,400 balance. 3 BR, University and convenient to J.
I : RELIABLE sitter"''wishes to care at least .40 wpm, have Ocala Experienced. Phone 429-2S77 Pattern Dept.. 232 West 18th St. I CCB. built-in range auto teat.patio. ANGLEWOOD by owner. 3 BR. 2 J. Flnliy. This: lovely" horn'has
'for Infants 'or' small children In WANTED lady for four afternoons good transportation. This New York Print plainly No closing costs. Phone bath Price 17800. $800 down. a large living room with ?fireplace
to watch children. White or local lob offers tremendous NAME 'lD iI1i : I large dining room three
her home. Reasonable call FR with ZONE 372 3WS or 3721785. Call 3722171.WESTWOOD.
'.3997.CHILD.' ** colored. Must, be dependable.- possibilities .fer' future' advancement 17 Work Wanted Male SIZE ana STYLE NUM.... i bedrooms 7 baths FlorIda
VMNTfs[ Phone 3724704.WAITRESSES good salary YOUR FREE PATTERN III 3 BR 2 bath house. $300 down LITTLEWOOD room plus a study. Large wooded -
of, Infant care. $10 week'ly. plus commission I and expenses WANTED lanitor job, or delivery READY-choos* It from 250 design and assume VA mortgage. Call Walking distance to schools. 3 lot.
; Can pick up en deliver. wanted. Apply In person paid vacation and work after 4 P.M. Call 372-4441. Ideas In new SPRING SUMMER 372-1815 after 5 PM. BR. 2 baths home in Skyline
Phone 37o-mU to Bob Evans Manor Motel many many fringe bene Pattern Catalog. lust outl I Heights Study hardwood floors JUST LISTED Lovely contem
Restaurant .2325 NW 13th St. fits. Must b* willing to Dresses sportswear coats morel N.E. 11th Dr. (3003). 4 BR. TV* built.In range & oven. Cent. porary home 1n> Gwynn Oaks.
..... Wilt. car for children' In my home work long hard hours. Experience 18 Schools & Instruction Send 50 cents now. baths CCB home air-conditioner.. heat. Shaded back yard. Call Four bedrooms S baths living
__ FA days a .week., Nice (Way '
u.- WANTED experienced waitress all preferred but riotnecessary Tappan electric range & central 376X1862. room with lovely fireplace and
yard .loads.,of toys. tV plenty of shins Apply Larry's. Restaurant.ins If Qualified In all heat. Low down payment wall to wall carpet. Separate
.. :,Joying care. 372-4587. W. University Ave. No other aspects. Send complete MEN AND WOMEN WANTED. Monthly payments of $89.la. Call I'M LONESOME dining room family room love
WILt. cart' for child tn, my home phone calls please. resume of qualifications TO TRAIN FOR 33 LOTS FOR SAL 372-1049( after S & weekends. ly screened In patlo-buHt -In
I to Box 3 -A, GainesvilleSun. I* the sad of these kitchen. Lovely large wooded
by day or hour. ,N. E. sectionEmployment SECRETARY wanted. Immediate CIVIL SERVICEEXAMS WIMBERLY ESTATES. Just breaking cry empty lot.
Shown
houses. by appointment
Phone FR 31M9 Only you can do something only
position available must be experienced I ACRE wooded lot bordering West ground on new Imaginative about It. Take another look
f In shorthand typingand s-i Hius restricted. Phone 472-2177 homell Now Is the time to buy and LET' DEAL
_ general office work. Ph. W prepare Men and Women. after 3724504 or write P. O. Box 415. MARRIED man age 25-55 for combination Ages. ls-55. No experienjp necevsary. out. Uoyd D. Myrlck. Bldr. 2141 N.W. 49ft TERR. M.M.
Insurance debit. Experience Grammar school education 66' x.193': 1 mile East of Magnet FR 25689.' .
EARN In 4-hours dally what ethers usually sufficient. Permanent 3-2 Outsld* City $14,100
11 FEMALE! HELP WANTED can In *. We will show you helpful but not essential.. fobs. No layoffs. Short flours. TIttf la Springs. Rt 1.S200 Box cash.111 G,M. R. 3659 t',W. 16th AVE..
how Avon Representative.Call _Call 372-7147 for Interview. Gtrhesvllte 3 BEDROOM. 2 bath home, separate NEW +2.".* A. Lot $25,000 '
as an High pay. Advancement. Send Fla. PARRISH
: dining room. Take advantage ,
Mrs. Burns. FR 24421. SALESMEN needed 2 for 316 N.E. 44th STREET :
..\. good men name home address phone of owner's having! to
A : BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORS beverage route age 25-50. Salary humber and time horn. Write 3-1 Small DP. $10,000
.1- WANTED older woman to live 34 Waterfront move & have spacious rooms
'" Earn up to SS per hour demonstrating with elderly woman (not Invalid plus commission! Write P. 0. Box Marcel Co. Box 38-A, c/o Gainesville Property It wardrobes In new home area 407 3-2 N.W.A BEAUTY 19th AVE.$17,500 & Associates
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famous Studio Girl 322 Gainesville. Sun.'Real.
) and da htVfOrki among young executives si- 3525 NW. 7th FACE
Phone Cosmetics.374-4334 Full after or 4.Part Time. out. Phone FR 4-1 tX. CAREER opportunIty With national WINFRED H. CRAWFORD 000. FR 25689. 3-2 Ocala Btk. $19,100

organization. Young man Estate Reg. Broker, specaltzlng In 3669 N.W. 16tlt AVE. Inc.
EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHERS. 21 to 35. Ambitious and willing LAKE PROPERTIESACRE- NEW So: V4 A lot $23,500
Openings available at 12 Mai Help Wonted to work. Salary and commission. AGE. 3 miles No. of Metros, MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTING<
Sperry. Typing and dictation Stock: purchase' plan for ExamCOURSE _GR 52M1.BEAUTIFUL. FORDYCEREALTOR- H. Wayne Hill Helen Graham
skills necessary. Starting salary permanent employees. C o m- UNIVERSITYREALTY Carolyn Gardenshlra Mary Partial
based on experience. Submit resume COLORED WAITERS Deny car and leads furnished. lot on the Suwanne If NE First St. Tel. 373-537)
In confidence or telephone I Retirement and group bene ATTEND First lesson free. River at Rock Bluff. Call 074140. -'
CLASSIFIEDDial 372-0411, Ext. 215 for MEN with experience preferred. fits. No experience required.We HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE MCKINNEY -
appointment. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY good working conditions. excel- tr.011.. Opportunity for COLLEGE. 21S W. Univ. Ave
EMPLOYER. lent client Ie. Apply Carmanel advancement to the right man. FR. 4-3507, 372-3727 4 BEDROOM. JVi bath lake home. 1115 N. Main St. Ph. 372-4351 GREEN
1 Ave. Apply Singer co.. 2U W. Univ. 4 ml. from courthouse, center W. M. Munroe Realtor
la's. 704 W. Univ. No
EARN up to $50 a week. Full or phone CULSALESMAN Ave. 22 Special Services fireplace In 24* square living Roman Patio Ass: .. E. McLaughlin, Frank DEATON '
I
part-time. No soliciting! or collecting room. Private channel and turn Roby, Roy McCann T. C
$ car neccessary.. Call FR wanted: Attractive ROUTE man wanted Eel beck Mill- I. around. Utmost In beauty and Yes this lovely home has a Roman Douglas REALTORS
196&. proposition to Insurance salesman Ing Co. Call 374-413 "LIICH NEW"" Titers whet yoWll tranqulllty FR 2-5689. Inspired patio. Truly a hometo
or real estate salesman. say about clothes cleaned at be proud of. Four master size Jr.REDFRANKS
MANAGER trainee needed steady Your
SECRETARY wanted experienced I bedrooms. two glamorous baths, Opportunity
Call 376-3507 for appointment. AIR-WAY DRY CLEANERS. 2 35 Houses for s.'laI ;
employment. fringe benefits
age
_In using IBM typewriter long living room with handsome -
--' -' -- -- ,. 21 to 50. Apply Jtcksons Mlgit hr. service; free r pickup and To own a 3 B. R. 1 beth horn bth
I _. equipment..Must be able! to use ROUTE MAN for establishedcity delivery) AIR-WAY costs less fireplace large family REALESTATEA N. W. Has
area.
Market. 1234 NW lith Ave. living
I =.. shorthand efficiently. Ex route. Experience desirable _MI S E. 14th-St. FR 5-5165. room opening on terrac % room with fireplace
BEDROOM block house for sal dlnlnj
U but not Transportation REGISTERED land a kitchen to delight: the heart of
eri'cox IntlfI necessary. surveyor room, screened porch. All twi
2 Baths. Would like 1500 BIG WHITE
376-4672 374-A Sun. f urn shed. HendrIX wanted. Reply to box 3JO-A 23 Homo lmrove.enttTHINKING equity any woman. $31,710 with SXOOO COLUMNED for a down payment of $4OO. I
Furniture Co. Gainesville, Sun. and take up payments. Call FR down and balance to be arrang PORCH graces th* front of this
!.' COCKTAIL waitress. must bo over 64939.FOR ed. Consult Fordyca & Associates modern homo situated on wooded and monthly charges of only
I 21. Apply In person. Thirsty ROUTE man wanted. Good physical ASSISTANT grill man wanted. OF PAINTING? Callus Inc. 374-1234. hill top lot In desirable North $8800 which Includes faxes and
II Gator Lounge. 4)3 NW 13th St. condition 21 to 35. Married; Good Salary. Apply In person for an estimate on Aluminum Sal by owner 2 BR.. bath west. 3 large bedrooms 2 luxurious Interest. Act quicklyl Call Fr.
I Waitresses Apply In person, must be bondabl High school Wonderhouse Restaurant* 14 S. siding. End painting worries concrete block home 01Ig baths, modem kite hen 23617.
W.. 1st St. Behind Seers. corner lot. NW section. 1730 NW Architect with built In
4 Jerry's Restaurant. 2310 S.W.13th education preferred. Apply 204 forever 37-l$3S or 372- range & oven.dlshw.sher. ,
SJth Terr. FR 4-4777.
( 7)4*. Spacious stepdownlivlngroom NorthwestSEE
Street. SW 5th St. PART4lma display man wanted. designed. accounts for the beauty
24 hrs. Must bit experienced In EMRAYS NEED SPACE? 3 bedroom home In this three bedroom two bath separate d I n I ng this beautiful three bed.
j. display work & Industrious. Good plenty of storage quiet neigh centrally heated and alrcendlttoned room Florida room with sliding room MASONRY HOME _
IN THE starting salary *> steady year 27 Food & Fertiliser borhood. 2626 NW 2nd Ave. home. Large living room I wall glass to doors wall to carpeting patio. Luxurious, central oak floors. Spacious living
round employment. Apply f:00AJM. PIF R 2-0992. with fireplace spacious Florida I
room and Florida roomFir.
heat & air
for
FUN fo S PJtrU Mr. Goodman room. Completely built In, electric conditioning year In
round comfort. place Living room Central
2 BR CCB house furnished or REALlSTICALL
J. M. kitchen with stainless steelcountertops.
Fields 1409 NW
23rd DARY FERTILIZER w.co Diryard. unfurnished en beautiful landscaped time offered. Y PRICED at $21000. Call 3740817. feat- Kitchen fully equ.ppM-
Blvd. GaissesvUla.ROUTE $1.25 per bag. Phone :374- lot. Furniture and house First Double carport-Comer lot it?
t 5555 Located near J. J. Finley School.S33.SOO.oo. X 1ST '- $24,30. Good ,Piano.
s salesman tor established like new. Equity & take up pay. Consult Fordyca fc '
route. No experience. Will moot 230 SB 71st St. Phone BUILDING? W* have JUST LISTED Ing. Can FR. 2-J617.
Associates, Inc., 3711236.Genteel .
train. Familiar with Ocala & 28 Undock fr Supplies 372-894 after 4 P.M. and all a nice lot In Northwest section -
surroundings. Salary & comm. day Sunday. on paved street with .11 J. J. Finley
Apply at 1311 S. Main St. 5:00 year old horse. saddle and bri LivingIs city cor. v n fences available.
_pjn. to f:00 p.m. dle. For Trees. 3000. Call 3744817. WE have lust listed an attractive
children., $125. Phone FRED descriptive of the rife you will 4 B. R. 2 bath horn wltn Fla.
MAN 21 years or over to work 485-2311 Brooker. I lead In this attractive two bedroom BUDGET MINDED Try this neat room In a much desired and
SUN with our manager In the area HORSE for sale sorrel gelding.genlie. home. Centrally heated 3 bedroom 2 bath CCB home located well located area. Within 3, or
of Central Florida. Car .required saddle 1. bridle Included and beautifully appointed planned on pin shaded landscaped 4 blocks of th* School and th*
FLORIDA Out Monday A.M. to Friday i for economical living. This Univ.
I NORTHCEHTRAL $225. Call FR 2-03S4. ARNOLD lot where the azaleas are Fireplace Beautiful
P.M. each week. $105.00 home can be handled with a blooming only $400 down L shaded lot-2 windoW4.C's _
I per week salary with added GOOD grade Sows bred to reo-I small down payment of $30000 appx. S89JO per mOo IncL taxes Nearly new Deluxe gas rang
_- weekly Incentive pay. Permanent istered Hampshire $35 and monthly payments of only I In*. Convenient location. with rotisslera" .. Lane Kitchen
BOATS & MOTORS OUTDOOR RECREATION position. Writ Mr. H. F. 500 Ib. registered New Hampshire REALTORCountry $73.00 Including tax and Inter. Call 37o4<17. -Carpeting In L. R. and DinIng -
BOATS MOTORS _ MCCulla. P. 0. Box 18171 Tampa boar $45. Call FR 2-47(2 est. Total price 1330000. Consult area-You should see this
'iMO WOULD LIKE THE 70th _ _ TRANSISTOR. RADIOS Florida. Include In a letter After I.m. FORDYCE 10 ASSOCIATES NEAR LITTLEWOOD -W E ST. fine property before01 buy
HUNTER Fiberglass, Fishing J4' Lone Star "Big Fish' aluminum From $12.95 to $8995. complete name, address. telephone INC. 370-1234., WOOD SCHOOLS Modern 3 Reasonably priced. Don
Boat Introduced by FRANK boat with,1942 5 H.P. John. AM-FM Shortwave number and age and 30 PETS tr SUPPUES Living bedroom 2 bath central heat, watt-C/1 FR; 23617.ASSOCIATES .
PHILPOTTf son outboard motor and 14 Black's Audio date you would be available to Cathedral built hi kitchen. Large lot.
14*- HUNTER Boat. ...... $2tiOO Barrentin trailer (best trailer 32f W. Univ. Ave. S72- 4& start training (with pay) and GERMAN shepherd pups. AKC 1 Acm good two-tory modernized PRICED BELOW $24000.,; Good .
p 14* MURRAY Tilt Trailer S142.M in town) for only $525. Ta put .work M accepted. Interview will registered. Bred for Temper- horn, 2V4 Inside baths, 2 ctningt tn this lovely home: tt Is terms. Call 3744tt7.REDFRANKS Fred Guy Virginia Power
I : ..U EVINRUDE 'It HP motor you where the fish are. 1** Olympic Mower ...... I2U5 be arranged .with you tn the merit and Qualify $.. at 3501 big sheds. Everything big but truly on* to cherish. Fovr bed Col. J. W. DavIs H.. Wiltshire
m.... ; .....on....... $32300 3AIRDS MARINE CENTER Chas lounges ............ Vjn near future.13Help N. W. itth Terr or Phone FR the price. Only S1&COQ. .Call 2- rooms two bathS. largo living REALESTATE Jayna Bvtterworth ', *.__
TOtIIRetbIIUSt -------Vt2. 5 Service Stores 42580.FOX: ,. 3522. room, fenced patio modern kitchen "
401' S. Main FR 28531ir Goodyear In claude M. "Red Franks Realtor
built stove and
SPECIAL :: with
.SPORTS ,CENTER.... '. ,.... .$475.00MOUNTER Plywood fishing boats. 725 N. Main. 37T3537. Mal! or FemileExp. TERRIOR puppies J wkLold LivingThree even. separate dining room Myrtle' '"Lasstter Associate You Ar. Invited '' '*
E. 'Bllt"
: Boat : .-.. $2M.Ofr $49.50 $15 V $20. No Sunday calls. City large vtOHy storaga doubt ear- 7 W.N.C. 1st Street Hams Phone Associate 376-CTI7 Beautiful home in Black Aero.
lOAURRAY TUt Trailer S142.tJJ THE TACKLE BOX List of Classifications to choose! Phone 3744744. bedrooms 2 baths on port this lovely home resting In Complete Real Estate Service 3 BR, X bath, Fla. Km, Igptay
a .EVigRUDE 10 HP. motor The Heart Of East GalnesVU1'trom secretaries AMERICA'S paved street. Family comfort at a beautifully landscaped yard. Member MULTIPLE LISTING room. Early American
......**... ...........-. .-. jjjj.gg Check .wltl'l.O.rUe CashlerhostMs attractiveWhite salary open minature most Schnauzer wanted dogs economical price. Owner transferred Priced at S27sooWI you ram kitchen family room with
$PORTCJS K.T E R SrECIAL .' FR 2-1791. Skiing Swimming-Diving.\ houseneeper $25 wk. AKC registered. 372-7401.puppies. Immediate occupancy your terms CONSULT FORbYCE REDUCED To) $12400. $1,200 eq fireplace. Central heat and air
......... .".. $59S,00 Fishing Equipment. Bookkeeper salary open available. Drive by 515 NE 12th a, ASSOCIATES INC, ulty. $77.50 Mo. tadbdes taxes conditioning. Price $27,000 Hbought
EASY iMSOR- CENTRAL 1Y' Lone"to'Star :-Little Fish Safety Items. Exp. Waitress, salary comm. SPRINGTIME Is puppy time. Eng Court. We have The key. 374-1234. and Insurance. 3 BR. Tile bath. this week 3715 SW 1st
CHARGE aluminum .O' with iNS 3 H.P.Johnson Golfing Equipment. Exp. mechanics lish Shepherd puppies .. Amer Built In kitchen. Come by use Ave. Phone 374-4353. *
FRANK PHILPOTTSw twin outboard motor. Tennis Equipment. Store trainee hi schL grad. ken Shepherd puppies. Call FR Northwest Colonial N. e.' 20m Place. 374-2192.
I Only $349. To put you where the Baseball Equipment. Off. trainee M scnl grad. J-CC33. -
SPORTS CENTER lot. central neat, S tome with traditional charm
fish areBAIRD'S. Where to Fish. Tree foreman 12r.. 4 REGISTERED Large wooded -so
\ Quality Sells Itseir MARINE CENTER surgeon Chihuahuas. baths. UrfsefeNarm.god beautiful with lovely trees and
Ave Plus many many more. Auto salesman. Exp. weeks old. 2 females. 2 males. 17.600 with terms. snrubs abounding. Only mv*>
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neighbors. TO BETTER !SERVE
YOU
FR 24531 Short order grill man
zirOrl; 601.Main Reasonable.
Phone 481-2247
'. FR 4-4W3 Insurance trainee. $100 wk. Hew.Thorne. Ask also about the two storyat en* of a kind: located In finest I
Mon. Thru FrU M p.m. Sat f-4 Route salesman. Levy Co. S17.M. wIth only $700 down. N.W. neighborhood. Con s v I t
axav.Sun. -. POOLS CONNELL EMPLOY. AGY. f YR. old Mar Paint pleasure FOR 0 yeE ft ASSOCIATES. We Need T. Kao V Theso Answers. '

... SWIMMING 120 SE 1st Ave. working barrel racing. Reglstr. LittfewoodNeed INC. 370-1234. Do You Wont to BUa V or SELL Acreage,
ADVERTISE XX mEAd Phone 3744234 ation papers available. Call arter -
4 I) m. 4-99S. 3 bedrooms two
BE CAREFREE Florida Room on paved FORDYCE M what price rang, tin I, amount of down |>orm at(
I Want, 33 LOTS street S21000 with FHA terms.
S FOR
FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY SALE sad monthly .
payment.Let
Eoy| a clean and healthy eooL SEBVICK DIRECTORY $ less If buyer assumaa ...*...
Master Pool Service Inc. us help you vita yo U, real estate probUms.SOCIATES .
Get Results Supplies Monthly cleaning FOR SALE 1 acre land Rainbow AssociatesInc.

: service.FR 2-5343 4-0060 2-3171 For top quality workmanshipcall Lakes SZ49S. Estates Wilt sell sailing for STOOD cash for loan.ARNOLD DAN BYRD AS!; INC' ;

or $900 and .take .
ever papmerits. N.W. St. DU1 I FR 2.2511 Null
372-6142 Phone 3724645. I 825 I3ta Day or '.

l MR. MERCHANT' : To place your ad in the UPHOLSTERY GAINESVILLE 4 35th NICE Ave.lots lust connecting 4 blocks off on Multiple REALTY Listing COMPANY Member REAL MULTIPLE ESTATE EXCHANGERS LISTING. Jack Ass D.Yot-*cil I-thee Ruitor.: .
121 W. UnlY. Ave. 3733522Associates REALTORS
no N.W. ism $I. Ave. ST x UO'.. Bargafai NW// : Pete Sieg Grace S. Fordyce Mary Moeiler Walter Sttddard. E. I. Ho UOWIf. Chrisriao Srono v .
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26 Gainesville Sun Thursday 2, 1964

for Sob 35 Houses For Sola 35 Houses for Sale "35 Houses for Sol \ 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Said r 45' Furnished Apts. 49 Rooms For Rent .5- 6 Mhe. For Salt
Houses
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I ly FOR rent trailer at Newnans A LARGE room with private CLOSE
HOUSES TOR SALE: 3-BR 2- I room. Ig. living rm. enclosed PROFESSOR OWNER moving SA
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NEW 3 bedroom. CCB $8,995 Lake. S45 me. Call FR 4-5377. bath a entrance. Refrigerator
Bath, central heat with fire- i garage central heat & air bath > On Roll
; condo New 3 BR. 2 Masonry WaNpper.
$450 dOWn. $65 month. Phone STORY & twin beds. Near Howard
YOUNG place. NW 47th Terrace. Price 11 Lot beautifully apartment. Near
FR 6-C11. landscaped. 3468 home. Hardwood floors", central FURNISHED Johnson HARPER
Day 495-2441 Night Restaurant. 372-4847. PAIN c
15900. NW 12th Ave. Call FR 2-4511 for heating. S. W. section. business center. Water Furn 10 S.W. 7th
CLASS 46FURNISHED
CHEAPER THAN RENT: 3-BR appointment. wooded lot 149 x 210. Faculty ished. S40. Phone FR 2-1(23 or

: AMERICA 1311 BR.N.Fla.E. 20th rm PL patio By S77J4 owner mo.3 1-bath, SE 4 th Terr. $9,500. RED BRICK neighborhood. FR 2-1584. 2-3774. room 11 miles north THE BEST CST LESS. Heat
Payments $65 ma.
per on 441. Twin beds bath. separate three times
= VA loan Make alr-
., HOMES Offer.! $43permo. rent New roof, furniture & automatic excellent neighborhood. T-V, sm. kitchen If desired. Ph. Your 3/4-
.. .. And also some trade-to Houses. Fireplace-strip oak floors- washer. 5 rows of wire S72JO. 306 N.E. 5th Ave. Fr 6- I 462-1702.
PRESENTS HOME for Florida. Lg open Cad FR; 67"66.CAREFUL.. very large kitchen with built! i 40" high & new treated posts. 0969. 5
living area with walnut pan In appliances. rear screened MILL ENDS HENDERSON
'
: = NEW BRICK eling built-in planters. 24 ft. into Jasper H. Davis, Alachua 462- 1238 SW 2nd: Ave. 5 student rms.
porch can be converted 1502. 51-A Wanted To Rent MILL STORE U. S. Hwy. I
: sliding glass doors opening onto Fla. room-rear patio for privacy EASY commuting distance of upstairs. Live In apt. below. Crystal River, Fla.Only
: MODELSOPEN enclosed covered patio. 3 BR, 3 very large bedrooms. 2atns. Gainesville. Pleasant three bedroom CHECK this one to see In Little- Cover lease & utIL with Income.: hr. U mbw from Gainesville.Ut .
2 baths", central' a.r-cond.'ioo- '\ Floored. upstairs and home, in Immaculate wood Area. 3 bedroom 1 bath Ford Box 207. Yalaha. 3 or more bedrooms, 1 or more ra TONS TOWELS

10 a.m. Til Dark Ira and heating. satin kitchen ready to convert Into 4th and condition with 12% acres. $22. carport. CCB. Neatly established 1 & 2BRlblkfrom campus, bathroom unfurnished house. Call and MILES y OF O
with built-in stove. dishwasherend Protect yourInvestment 5th bedroom or play room as 500 and owners will carry lawn. shrubs. and shade air cond. optional $74 S101 per FR 2-9500 after 4.30: pjn. weekdays Quality, FABRIc S
FEATURES disposaL Close to schools. or all day weekends J Pre. t
: needed. LIKE NEW Inside the mortgage. trees. Monthly payments $87 total. mo. Call McKlnney Green. Inc. *, ;
Fireplaces $22400. 922 NW 36th Terrace. LIKE OLD yard and landscap 1 OM.Y 15000.00 for this lovely SltS50Owner win pay 3723617. one third off. bf' a
Screened porches Week days after 5. FR 6-4745. ing. Frankly we wonder if FHA three bedroom two bath home closing cost. 3532 N. W. 7th Ave. 52 Boarders Wanted ends three Love, ;-rl

Custom kitchen cabinets I did not make a mistake when In the NW section. Large famIly Call FR 2-4759. PRIVATE bath It entrance. first quality Crafts' FIrt
Don't 3 4 bedroom
buy a new or
.. Oversized bathrooms READY FOR OCCUPANCYOWNER they valued this property at only room beautiful lot and floor two large rooms for WOULD like to board C.b cart
New BR.
One Bath house. HughEdwards FOR Sale or trade. 4 the elderly a r an Prl St
Plus other custom $17,500. with lust $1.000.down paved street are |lust some adults. Refrigerator and gas best in .
many the food best in ,
.., TRANSFERRED. 4 bedroom Inc. recognized National Including closing costs. You of the home located In Westmoreland stove Clean. 70S E. Univ. Ave care. Th rugs up Tel 15
featuresVA&FHA features.
,
one with private entrance Trend away from the one: drive past 434 NE 10th Estates. On city sewers paved no bed patients. Reply to box 3
2 bath huge family room.' extra bath home In 1963. Hugh Ed Ave.may for. an Idea of the value. LAKE ROSA Comfortable modcm St 2 Ig. bath Rms., Ig. family NEW 2 bedroom, furnished apart 384 A in care of Gainesville
street, wards longer builds I bath masonry three bedroom. ment. Air conditioned. 2 blocks Sun SINGERSEWING
.. storage room paved lie then call FR 6-2472 for an appointment Rm. & living Rnu dining area.
over 2000 ft. living homes. year round lake home. Just from Electric kitchen.
sq. space. to see inside (It looks Central heat, built-in kitchen InclUding campus. MACHINE. Will self'
Priced to sell at $21,000. reduced to S1S.OOO.OO now Call 372-4007 after 5:30.I 54 Business Rentals roy
GE dishwasher. 2 court ,
better)
; even equity in automatic ZIg Zag
: vacant and ready for
obsolete your
They are
TERMSP Warner W. Weseman-Realtor yards, walk to schools, close to :
occupancy. I ROOM furnished apartment $10 a for $20. You up balance of
Walking RANCHEUESNEWBERRY ,Choose TWO a modem BATH home.Hugh You'll Edwards 1113 N. Main St. HAVE YOU SEEN RIDGEWOOD? U of F & medical center FHA week. 3 blocks from square. H WAREHOUSE space for rent. U>- 4 payments tak$each, or make

I. Jr. High schools: Shopping & ROAD. 5 acre home- enioy your two bath more and This beautiful new subdivision 22700. Down payment $1,700. block off W. Univ. Ave. 12 N.W. eated at 420 S. Main St. Call reasonable of. Machine sold
sites. financing available. Immediate occupancy. Drive by 3rd St. FR 4-7074. JOHN MERRILL Realtor. FR new for $ FR
: get more resale for your FOR only $450 down $91.27 per lust east of Westwood School Cal 6-1C

:: hurdles.YOUNG ALACHUA REALTYAssociates home. Homes priced from $13 month payments YOU can qualify offers lovely lots all Improved 1027 Brothers.NW 40th 3T2-9545 Drive.dally Call 374-9048 Butler FURNISHED 1 Br. apt. water 21494.OFFICE PLEASE HELP take DO

650. for 4 BR 2 bath home 1806 at reasonable night turn. 31st Ave. N.W. & ffh Terr., i space for rent. Univ. mt to protect customer's c-pay

Member Multiple Listing NW 38th Terr. Will paint Inside prices. 3129. call FR 4-U17. Ave. Main St. 2nd floor 20c: Three rooms of tuml :.
VA no money down pay only r & outside completely. For appt. I per foot. John to be returned .
Arie T. Smith. Broker sq. Merrill Real- having
AMERICA 38 Real Estate Wanted SPACIOUS efficiency. Heat water. IMf
Mabel L. Gore. Associate $100 of closing cost. FHA $500 to see call 3720481.BY 4. W. KIRKPATRICKRealtor aerial air conditioner furn. Suit. tors. 372-1494. r. bedroom and dinette. Se
down. no closing cost.
05 N.E. 1st St. Phone 374-24X8 able single or couple only. No McDaiel Furniture GV...
Member of Multiple Listing AIR CONDITIONED
:: HOMES HUGH EDWARDSINC. THE OWNER In Idylewllde 2 1 31 N. Main St. Phone 3728404ASSOCIATES WANT TO BUY pets. $75. Avatt. Apr. 1 406 NE NEARLY new modem office or Sing Cent .

$40 A MONTH. New 2 BR. CB BR, CCB house tile bath family : 2 or 3 bedroom home wttti' 4th St. location at 3733 West Univ. Ave. 12 GA double barrel S U aa

NW 34th & 7th Avenue home terrazzo floor Ig. lot low room. Call 3724001 after Ploys Mathiasen Irene ,Bunnell family f'Oftand 2 baths. Kitchen ROOM furnished apt. nice & Ph. FR 6-2472, Weseman Realty with PoNy Mar

Phone 372-7070 down payment. See at 222 S.E. N.E. Uth Ave. and 15th St. _5:30 P.M. Capt. A. W. React, USN. Ret. must be equipped. Central I 3 clean. For married couples only. 1113 N. Main St. Im 22 lever action tike new -
20th St. 372-4692. 372-1551. S heat preferred. Must be priced I $45 children's swing wh::
NW SECTION for sale or .rent Sand Adults no pets. Rent rea- 3 STORES FOR s
RENT
South
on I slide GE
.. ; OPEN HOUSE 4 .bedroom 2 bath CCB right with reasonable down pay 5 sonable. Call, 374-7844. Main. Phone $1 eleri b
Sunday. Apr. 19 ?. Write to Box 345-A, FR 6-4786 or 6- after 5 1
Cherokee model. designed & : home. City water. lights and men niL pm %
engineered NEW 2 bedroom mobile home water St.
Gainesville Sun.
: E. C. "CURLY"KUEHN by U.' S. Steel Corp., sewers. Shown by appointment.Phone furnished; 1 mile past Glen :
OTHER
Homes Division. 2100 sq. ft. 3 I IOR FR 2-3826. DUPLEX tot wanted Write Springs on 23rd Blvd., George business forces me to b stroller, car ted. f
'j JR. 2 bath. air cond., brick price and terms to box 3SS-A Orion. sell grocery store this week. qali 6. coi 11)1
FOR SALE BY OWNER. For Doing good business all colored NW .
Sun FR
veneer, 2 car garage. 1801 NW I In esre Gainesville 36t 6-3.
Home Lots. Income. Business 36th Dr. Alachua Homes. Inc family living home economist FURNISHED apt. for two males sm. down payment. FR

... and Lake Property. : Phone 372-0421. designed home. Formal living 39 Out of Town Property only. Air-conditioning & central 6-7231. after 7 p.m. FR 2- 641. MATCHING chest $22 dresser

Farms and Acreage. room separate dining room heat utilities furnished. Ph. FOR rent 27* x 40- Warehouse 425 $20 Fi double bed $30, SsJ
E.!: C. "CURLYKOT3IX.! Jr. built In kitchen with pantry. FR. 2-8433 or FR 6-4173. W. Univ. Ave. Call FR 4-4141. Haw
11III1II1I1--.OHU--------- I Carpeted Fla. rm. & hall. 3 : S S trn u
63S N. MAIN ST. -SSaii- CAMP In Ocala National Forest stove. .
FB 6-2032 Broker FR M544 1 BR 2 full tile baths. Locatedon Vb ml. from Oklawaha river & 46 Unfurnished Apts. STORE available May 1st has I
: Shady lot near new Country community store. Completely front for retail business & large GOLF CLUBS b. cart, guns,
t. .1 Norwood I Club .elem. school Med. Center furnished building 1 yr. old on back for warehouse a> storage. TV, hand adding machine
& Univ. Price $18,900. Call private property. Has electricity Located on corner of 1st Ave. typewriter, calcwTlr
IS
SCIfOOL 3- ; I 3722371 for appt. also some lake lots. 2 f R. duplex apt. $50 per mo. & 2nd: St. If Interested call Make offer. Phone 372-5934,
2207 S. E. 45th Terr. Call 372- _
Shadow Lawn Estates Mrs. Babers.
Hope M75. Call 325-304 as375412 Sr., FR 2-8053.
Custom-bunt homes that look i HAZELHEIGHTS Palatka Fla 2372. UNDERWOOD elec. typewrtrer,
iI
If are tired I GARAGE apt. Nice clean 1 BR.. STORE available May 1st. has front excellent c $175 ""Chrv
yon
I "H" Inc. I Sea our 4-bedroom and s.bedroom. for retail business large back V* ton (
' a. of homes with that subdivision 2-bath CCB homes with; 40 Business Properties'OFFICE S tile bath & kitchen stove refrigerator for warehouse storage. Located Call ecelent: Oi'4
SI 1713 NW 6th St., FR SS 36. .
took se* -' ; built-in electric stove and oven. on corner of SE Isf Ave.
F. D. Oliv t. Bldr. ![: PAROOIAL SthOOt'2FkiLL We Trade Homes Central heat city utilities.: or store bldg. at 534 N. 5-2280 or FR -7537. 2nd St. If Interested call Mrs. MAYTAG wringer type washer

.. Ph. FK 2486ft f or Property SI Wired for television and tele. Main St. Formerly occupied by Babers Sr., FR. 28053. $35. Call 462-1698 Alachua.
West .. NW 33th AT*. past II IulsmslumlulliHmfflmanhIllllhIlfl phone. Large yards completely Associates Discount. Call 372-7470 47 Houses for Rent Furn.
LOVELY mink
th. Glen Spring InUrseo- I grassed. Hazel Heights is In I orTEN 372-4045. 55 Business Opportunities '42 cape Clar. meki
I the city limits. Equipped with oer. sm. ten
ttoa. Be* ilf-a left. IIw.-fl '
LAKE GENEVA 2 and 3 bedroom $40, baby bathinett,
sewer IJnw, close to bus stop. unit apt. house excellent e
S a houses month or year. Mathewson INVEST in the tnnving cosmetic cellent cond. $10 FR
low down payment conven Gainesville location. t apts furnished 2-17
KRADfSOKHH.ALACHUA ) ;aa) The following are ready for tional loans. Located on North- income $450 monthly. Manor. Call 475-2981. industry. 14 county distributor.
occupancy. I J U I C ER all metal excelleticord
ship for sale. Will
sacrifice.
m west 39th Ave.. West of 13th I Approx. $5,000 to handle, FR
FOR SALE NEW HOME SS S FURNISHED air' conditioned 3 Write Box 387.A care of Gainesville used 1 yc. Orl M I
i 3707 NW.21st PL St. Shown by appointment 60969. Br. 2 bath CCB 1101 NE 14th Sun. $138. W" sell for $ See at

No Down Payment = 4 BR, 2 bath. $800 dn. 1107g I phone FR 23824. S FORCED SALE THROUGH ILL Ave.' Excellent neighborhood 935 3 Ave. or call FR 6-

D ,,.perma. NESS. One of oldest establish $130 per mo. FR 4-4OTS. CHURCH BONDS 3404 D.
I bedrooms. 2 tile baths. cen rSHOPPlIKf.:3: I SS 16 $300 DOWN ed liquor & gas business In Levy 4% Guaranteed negotiable
FOR RENT furnished 2 BR homeon NG trailer and
,I 4raJ heat. General Elec. kit- : 1 1021 NW 40th Dr. Co. Will sell inventory-rent Lake Santa Fe available now $1000. $500 $250 $100 de CPI rdi.1 arm saw HO elpr"trai
chen. Payments Sill per ma. building & percentage on gas nominations. $40,000 aggregate 0
$i 3 BR, 1 bath $400 dn. $99.50 Phone FR 2-<149, or 372 5458. ; record player; re'
$300 DOWN will buy this attrac Choice location & buildings, best terms available. Phone 372-0694

_. FR 2-9569 ==i per mo. tive 3 bedroom' masonry home In count. Write P., O. Box, 6. 3 BEDROOM unfurnished houseIn or 454-1871 High Springs. er nlture; miscellaneous B-flat clarinet plece.trympc=>
81 If s vacant so you can move right Bronson, Fla. Brooker. Dial 485-4481.
1442 NE 16th PI. 42 10 10 of several cameras and i
In. -QUALIFYING NECES- da
61 Wanted to Buy
: HOtf.: 8 I :3 BR, 1 bath, $COO down. SARYI 2 BR furnished house. 505 NW .elpent. riding cf

HOMES CO. *78 per ma.m 1 a 42 Farms & Acreage 14th Ave. No pets or small chil WANT to buy U.S. foreign Teter.club 3-bicycies.late ,See JiM
SPACIOUS 3 bedroom, S bath I dren. $100 per ma. Phone 3742823. Alac aftemoc
Built to your plans and sped coins, old new. Rebel Stamp and
fications. Built anywhere In 4527 & 4617 SE 1st PI. I home on large corner lot. Family RETREAT FROM THE HEAT & Coin Shop 809 W. Univ. Ave., evenigs.

Alachua County.TOMMY i 4518 & 4608 SE 2nd PI. room built utility. In room and terrazzo. To country,living In Los Trances 2 BR house with tile bath par. Gainesville Fla. 12 GA shotgu. new Rem. .mod.
= floors. oven range.centr.1 Woods. 2.4 Acres for only $34 55 floors, & T.V antenna. Nice "B" grade .
3 BR. 1 bath $500 dn. $68 que file
t RIDGELL aW i a heating system and car down. Paved road frontage shady lot In good neighborhood. WANTED: water cooler must be grain wood in stock. .
per ma.I
I IT'S V A C A NT. OWNERREADY
port.
T BUILDERS school busses utilities. Drive .' priced reasonable and in good Matching set of Jnterchanr"
TO SELL! 2 BR. CCB furnished N. E. sec
,
i west on Newberry Rd., turn right working condition. Call 3728441ext. able barrels. 24crL choke &
i 218 SE 39th St. tion. Call FR 2-7154. 20, ..5 '
: : :Call FR 2-4125 SR 241, Watch for the sign\ on weekdays.WE 28" full choke. Both bar si
i :J BR. l bath $350 down $47 !S! DUPLEX Near the University. right. 1 BEDROOM furnished suburban I have vent ribs 6. have hf ry
2 bedroom apartments kitchen BUY and sell all kinds of furniture
i per mOo ; & metal middle
m I "Selling Florida Since 1904" home. Plenty of room close front sights
_-_- equipment included. ONLY top stoves, refrigerators
1 I N $14,800. OWNER WILL Fl. Ralph Realtor school. Available April 1st. $ p clothes radios, TV, etc. Cal sights. Engraving o. reeh!
i .
Gun is like
303 & 313 SE 38th Sf. *
1$1PTL$ NANCEI FOSSEY per month. Call FR 2-4957. L. J. FR 23937. n. cOt
5.S = will sacrifice for $21* Gall FR
I 304 & 314 SE 39th St. 11 W. University Ave. Ph. 374-135 Moratto 2505 N.W. 6th St.
6-9938 after 6. all day
WATCH FOR
$8 13 BR. 1 bath, $500 dn. $44 i Member Multiple Listing LRGE upright freezer. Canoe 'P.
: IMPORTANT'ANNOUNCEMENT i I John Merrill COMPLETELY furnished 1 BR., fiber glass or alumi Sat. Sun. .
perrno. house S40 a moo Located at 1033
I IJUllhlllJlllffllfflllLJIilfflfflIHhlflfflfflUllfflUUhII FARMS RANCHES ACREAGE Phone or
RURAL PROPERTIES NE 1st Ave. num n20. 4.2 CAR REFRIGERATORS.. Re""
: Cooperative apartments to ii Realtor Newberry lar $47.50: Will sell 4 or ms
2 BR furn. house. 11 miles ',
north
ll at wholesale price. 485-41.
WANTED 1758 FORD automobile.
be built In Gainesville. For
ROBERTS C. SMITH REALTOR]
m The following 'are under construction MULTIPLE LISTING on 441. air conditioned, T-V at. 4 trans Brooker Greens Store,
42921or CeaL
Information call FR U.S. Hwy. 441 Mlcanopy, Fla. c. Stln pefr
C tractlvely decorated very t
co and will be ready Phone 372-1494 .
write Ph.-444-3120 I
machinewill
: E5! for S ASSOCIATES clean. Ph 462-1702 rit SINGER sewing *c
I P. O. Box 13956 occupancy soon. S my equity In automatic ZI
4.4 I
PARDIW. ACREs. beautifully wooded I
: Gainesville. Flo. 135 i NW'29th Ave. B n MARCELLA.' H. BUCKHANNAN home site. N.W. 39th Ave. near 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. 64 Household Goo Zag ance for of $24 six.00 payments.You take..at,UR{>It!' 3

: University Park 4 BR 2 bath, $850 dn. $112 1 Mlllhopper Rd. Intersection., JV 5 T-A-G APPLIANCES each or make reasonable cfer
RENTERS? 900, terms. FR 4-4448. '
: per mo. 2 BR. 1 Bath unfurn. at 1421 I Tested and Guaranteed Machine sold new for &J

r Apts. Register for free month's rent, Fordyce AcreageA N. W. 13th St. $80 mo. Call UnIversity 42 Refrlgerlto from S up Call FR 2.21. _
i 3224 NW
; 29th Ave. no obligation, drawing month- Realty 372-4351. 9 from S up 5 PR. mere -new dress and W' k
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==[ I BR 2 bath. $750 dn. $102 1 W.sr from up sox. $1. New Revolvers $1irj.

a I per mo i Iy'HUGH TEN acre parcel available at FOR RENT 3 BR. 2 bam, built-in from $49 up Dart Sales to BO. J,
EDWARDS. INC this time. Perfect home sites. kitchen. corner lot 2 biles from 2 Food-Freezers fr S up Club on C Ne.

i 3236 NW 29th Ave. North Central Fla. largest builder Si/450 an acre. Metcalfe School Ir. high. 1943 I 2 Diswas $ up
= by far. NE 15th Terr. $121 month. 10 from $35 LOST bright carpet colors r;
3 BR up
i t bath $700 dn. $fl per
m m 180' ACRES available $14500 an JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE store them with Blue Lustre.
i perma. NE 16th Ave. & 15th St.. Call 372-5738. CO.
: WHAT'S acre. Fenced and cross fence _419 NW 8th AvePh. Electric Shampr $1. McO; !
GLADYS SMITH ed. Good ranch 40 acres In per. 3 BR, masonry home with ga 35 tell Co Cainesv..le
Highland Court Manor i 3301 6' 3311
t : manent pasture. range $85 per ma. John Merrill, 65 Antiques Shopping Center.

ti i NW 30th Ave. 1 ACRE and 4 bedroom house for Realtor 372-1494. NOW you can afford to cook w:hgat 'S

i BACK $8 14 BR, 2 bath $650 dn. .$91 5e sale. Walking distance Llttie- FARM land, 160 acres for $14500 ANTIQUE organ for sale.'Cali Gas range, used, Install
I per mOo 50 wqod and Westwood schools. an acre. Off Newberry and ,FORDYCE 3724310. FREE with our LP gas. It5
CONVENIENCE 02 $8 Fireplace screened porch: Archer Road. Several lovely homes available complete. Propane LP Cs:*
i 3235 & 3224 S 1 hardwood floors. Call 372-5393' at this time.FORDYCE. CLOCK handpainfed china case SW Archer Road. Phone FR.
t of the this FORDYC&.AS5OCIATES. ASSOCIATES INC. perfect running condition. 5110 .
,. -- NW 30th Ave. Kj see one I Inc. 924 W. Univ. Ave.' 374-1234 elme Rare coleos item.

3 BR 2 bath. $400 dn. SSi i EI 4 BEDROOMS home In P. K.Yonge :. 924 West Avenue 5 S after SW DANISH mod. Iv. rm. turnlw/
Highland; .Court Monor's location is hard to beat for con. per mo. i area. Pretty lot.. Separat 374-1234 University AVAILABLE April 15th, at 20 I 4l 12 dressing tlbe. dek b ccie
: venience. And H.CM. NW, 10th St. 3 BR 1 bath $75 rugs, tap*
GROWINGDEMAND homes are hard to beat for dining room. Fireplace In lib. 10 ACRES. 10 miles west of mo. Call FR 4-5168 or .FR 4W90. rugs dies. Ironer stereo, tape
quality at reasonable 3330 & 3320 $8 ing room. Family room 66 Misc. For SaleDOWL1NG'S
overlooking
a
price. Why not see our many Gainesville off Archer Roa d. ods ends, lamps,
models today after work? They're priced from $12,500 i NW 30th Ave. E the garden. Call 372-5393 $300 per acre., 372-3054 after moving. 6-2
for an appointment. 3 BR home with tVt acres of land UPHOLSTERY
: to $17.250 all constructed VA m i 3 BR. 1 bath, $550 dn, $7930 7:30 p.nu< all day Sunday Bank
to Chairs .
and FHA standards. financing located In Orange Heights. Ph.. lo as s No money FAN 20" guaranteed Oomln i
See them today. per mo. mB 4 BEDROOM 2 story deluxe 462-1001. down as $ per month. fan wit portable stand, n In
home. Ideal for family living and Free estimates, pickup and Sept. 20. Phone 2-
for entertaining. Near the Uni] 43 Colored Property FOR RENT unfurnished house 3 livery service. All 2195.
for B It, living rm. dining rm, kitchen w guaran .
: versity. teed. Phone '
i| FOR RENT Alrcondltioning. Lovely 2 baths garage & alan: 37&-7a
nl24SE7thSt. lot. call 372-5393 and we will be HOMES FOR SALE2&SBedrocms.SEl4thSt. Stove &
S age. refrig. turn. $85. GIRL'S bicycle 2'" for HOVER
happy to show you this lovely & Phone heav $20.
I home. SE 7th Ave. Some no down pay 372-4228. Call 6-2u FR 4-8870. Vacuum $67.

; BUTLERBROS. I I i 3BRlBath I ment. Some small down pay' 2 BR. CCB $40 per mo. 220t SE FOR SALE CHEAP. Restaurant Now $29.

$400 DOWN and $89 a month for i ment. Monthly payment $57 I to 45th Terr. Call FR 2-2372. formica counter and 24 THE KIRBY
Year
c
I1 Lease $100 per Mo. this extra nice 3 bedrooms 2 $65. Also homes built on your 2 Bedroom house plus den stove; equipment. Complete stols 712 N. Main. FR .70 4-V'7
;
lot for down In
bath home. no payment.
Carpeting and and short
:
lIT drapes Included. Drive by 2015 Call TOMMY RIDGELL furnished. SI25 month. 26 SW.i Call FR od equipment. WHY take a chance? For rebuIlt
.. ; N. E. 7th Terrace and then cat Builder Phone FR 2-4725 24th St. Call Gladys Smith, Page. 2.5' 22. M. washers and dish washers or
.
Realtor. 3725373.FOR
-
ALL OUR HOMES ARE 3725393. for repair service. Call FR .

Soles Office Located at N.E. = OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY 44 Cottages for Rent rent In Aiachua 2 BR. block ALL CHANNEL T. V. ate 0247.
; 23rd
I HOMES? Blvd. $8 i SEEING' ANYTIME IF MOVE right In -.3905 S. W. 2nd house, 1 yr. old. Has terrazzo Double stac complete. A-I HANDYMAN SHOP
[ YOU WILL JUST CALL. Avenue. Ideal financing with floors & tile bath, carport utility log else buy. $". Brant
and 11th Terr. Phone 3723471Air 1123 S.E. 4th STREET I $1500 down and $150 a month SMALL furnished cottage and rm. $60 per ma. Call 442 -' ____513 N.W. 8th Ave UNUSUAL BARGAIN Watertlg t
I trailer for rent. Suitable for
m tank U W T H. Detac .
: Location i FR -5301 or FR 6-7'/8f 3 bedrooms 2 baths large lot working couple. Moore's TrailerCourt. _1871 or 442-1579 anytime. USED Chain Saws $50 able 12 ,hatchway, bunt '

i-! ... Central heat. Call us at 7725393. 2330 E. Univ. Ave. 37481 3 BR home $90 per month. 2 BR. 4 Pip sw K9ts- Wt lp repaIr Ne entrlne, pipes.
-:: .
-= a'
l
Pg
( .. II:" 4, home $60 per mo. Partly furnish' an Clln saw t lw mowers. but .
fall sheer Us.be
GLADYS ed 2 BR home $60 Furnished rentals.
; and SMITH per mo. -' MCullo. List nc"
45 Furnished Apts. I duplex apt. 2 BR $70 permo. Win and Brigs, $400. pur 6-2. .
C
DSAITDL..I..., Call FR 6-7466. deader. Florida Sw FR
C '
S % I' I GE 63 portable dishwasher,
; QualityIWhen SERVICESHome Associates: Multiple Listing CLEAN 4 room apartment. Good UNFURNISHED 3 BR. house.. lent condition. $100. CaU exe 2-
Close to
neighborhood. shop
Florence Burns Ben Griffin I with stove & refrigerator & BICYCLE good condition. Ph 0335.
ping. $40 month. 409 N. E.
per FR
N. W. 7th .
Caroline fenced back
Noyes Dan Sheldon 6th St. Call FR 2-1391. yard. 2119 NW 7th 22 3

:: It Comes To 1228 W. University 372-5393 Terrace. Call 372-8732 or FR ---.--- -- I
SUMMER special. 1 & 2 Bedroom 2-4177.

apartments. well furnished quiet 4 BR 2 bath house for
lease 4
: LOCATION And BusinessRemodeling BESTSELECTION location couples only. no pets. miles west of town $150 mo.
e $100 per mo. L. J. Moratto 2505 Call 376-3401.

; & QUALITY NW 6th St. Phone 2-4957. FORDYCE RENTALS REAL VALUESIN

-
NICELY furnished 2 BR. apt -

'We Have Only WORK wanted: Carpenter desires Spacious Excellent neighborhood SEVERAL attractive homes

Repairs", remodel I ? ?. I II OF NEW -417 N. E. 4th Ave. $90 available and also apart-
l moo Tel. FR 4-39S5. Night &
ments. Call or Contact For.
I THE CREAM I NEED A NEW Florida room carport Sunday FR 4-7142. dyce & Associates Inc., 924 USEDMOBILE

P1. screened-ln parc?,. HOMES WANTED l'co-ed to share 3 West University Avenue 376-
CosmeticsHAVE etc.? Call now and get It done BR house In NE. $-40 per ma. 1236.

for the summer month Call vtil. Included. Call 374-1340 after AVAILABLE
April 15th. at 903
... FUN making up your 372-ft 49 after 5 PM. for free EVER! 5 P.M. NW 17th, Ave. 3 BR 1 bath $45

friends and earn $4040 per week estimates. $U per mo., clean efficiency. Best mo. Call FR 6-5161 or FR 4-9790. HOMES

'. by showing Vivane Woodard So- BUILDING remodeling. painting. Colonials from part of city dose in. Ideal for
UNFURNISHED 3 BR house. Stove
Individual or couple. 321 KS 3rd .
Rare
Beauty block and
Program. Call 374- cement work. Good
& refrigerator. 2414 E. Univ.
1480 for Information. work Good $93 month St. at 4th Ave.
". If no an prices. Phone 4641872. per Ave. Phone FR 6-5709 after 5:30 ,
swer 372-1823. iBEDROOM I: air conditioned
.. P.M. for appt. ,
An HOUR OF BEAUTY Will make PALATKA ORNAMENTAL IRON 1. V2 bath homes furnished apartment. New
WORKS. Railings & Apartment 111. 1214 S.W. 2nd 3 BEDROOM. living room. dining $100
.0 a ."new you" at MERLE NOR. porch col- LOW AS
Mmns made to Ave. Colonial Manor Apts. $115. room tile bath. Screened porch. I A DOWN
.
MAN COSMETICS STUDIO. tions. Phone yourspecIfic.) from $77 per' mo. 1 block from campus. ,Occupancy Convenient to Shopping Center.Wlter .
325-4005 Palatka
Conditioning Learn professional make-up after 4PM by February 25. furnished. Available now.
I: PALM VIEW secrets by trained beauty ex reverse the charg _$*5. Phone FR 6-3070.
perts. 113 W. Unhr. Ave. es. Florida modernb OCALA LOT E
ART FR EAST SIDE
5 t ESTATES BALL" Air conditioning 2-3124. 1214 NE 10th Avenue. 2 BR masonry I
(Hot Air-Hot water) heating and I home, large lot, q let
rick
:*NW 39th Terr. & refrigeration. Ph. 372-1685. U Upholstery fronts from GARDENAPARTMENTS neighborhood. RENT or SELL.
Years Experience.Appraisal FR 6-2737 or FR 2-4351.

: : NW 16th Ave. FIR EXTINGUISHERSFLORIDA UPHOLSTER $95 per month I SMALL house 1 tg. room kitchen 1 BEDROOM '.

:$Ci.OOO to $20,950 Service FIREEXTINGUISHER reasonable prices.your ; furniture Call al SS7 per month VIt. bath, stove & refrigerator
any.
... CO. Experienced FR 4-98M. 0 Screened porch Gainesville's Finest 5 FR mL out.. Archer Rd. $30 m. '53 3015'a. . . $1595.00
63337.cLEAN
FRED 6. ARNOLD
'. REALTOR Sales and Service homes from 'SO 278' ::::. . . . . . 300.00

REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL All types of Fire ExtinguIshers $85 Furnished or mfurafsned 2 Bedroom kitchen equip '593010' .. . .. .. 2495.00
4 Pick vp and Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apartment ped. Ideal for working peapte. * "

FERNWOOD 121. W. UNIV.SERVICE AVE. PH. 372-3522 C. R. Thomas delivery Ph. 3744939 service Roofing: per monthS 30f NE fth St. Phone 374- I ___39 S. E. eth Sf. SAC FR 4-S7J4 54 278 . . ..-. .. . . 1195.00

;-' : MANOR Gainesville Fla. ROOFING 960*. 54 30)S. . .. . .. .. .. 1595.00

P : NW 39th St. & Appliance Repairs mlng. Quality Md work tree at low I-prUees. Calif. modems FIRST floor Z BR apt dean. 49 Rooms for Rent *'57 32x8 . . .. .... .. ... . 1795.00

37MSS9. 702 SW 2nd St., freshly painted, Orkln treated 5735.8' . . .. .. ... .. .. .1895:00'

: : 13th PI. A-l HANDYMAN SHOP Mortgage Broker Gainesville Fla. from $84 per mo. monthly. Water turn. Phone NICE room dose In. Private en- '59 30x8 ... ,.. .. ... . . . 1995.00:

$12,250 to $16,000WESTMORLAND First In Air Conditioning and 374-5SS3. trance street all parking.channel O|antenna. Off .S5 2ff. . . . . .. . . 1395.00
S.E. 2nd
Appliance Repairs. FR 4-0247. FHA current and rates.conventional Terms at lowest to 2S SewingAlterationsSEAMTRE NO MONEY DOWN 155 SUMMER rate 1 Br., duplex Place. FR 2-2582. : '5231x8 . . ., . .. . 109500

.. Porker Appli. Serv. years. wm gladly discuss at no VAPay ueatS39SE 1st Ave. Call ROOMS for men. Weekly maid ''52 30x8 . . .. .. ..... . 1I95.0O

S.' obligation. Call fomoriuw. i do sewing oUiU FR 26625.EFFICIENCY. furnished.. 372-118J or 3721981. 54 27.8. . . .... . ... 399500

: Ice.Expert MaJor Appliance/ Serv.tCourteous 31 J. N.W.Main KIRKPATRICK.St. Realtor. kinds & Oressmakftig. Mrs. W. only $100 closing water furn. 3505 41' NE 2nd: Ave. '63 57x10 .. . .; .. . . 4995.00

: I ESTATES mruJA.fflclut FRED ARNOLD Ph FR 2*4M C.race Asbett 372-0455.3434 H.w. 17th Ter. FHA LOWEST Mcldntwv NW ITtti St.Green C5 Inc.per me.372-3417.Call ROOMS for rent for gentlemen. ''55 JJ.J.' .. . . .r. . . 17954)05630x8

f Addition No. 2 REALTORFHA DOWN PAYMENT Maid service near The U of F, .. ; ; ..-., .. ..' .... 1495.00
Auto Equipment I AVAILABLE for summer trimester ira N. w.
& AND CONVENTIONAL 1 and 2 bedroom furnished 983.
NW 39th Dr. LOANS Sewing Machine RepairsCAU.4EUtG BEDROOMS

1NW 8th Ave. HYDRAUUC JACKS rebuilt 1.xctangdi UtI W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 Hugh apartments.. Near Some University airconditioned. WANTED mature working lady
Repair kits for to shire 2 BR home In
NW
$26,000 to $30,000 Walker Jacks. Factory; authorized MORTGAGE MONEY co. 814 MACHINE w. University SERVICE Edwards 914 S.W. 71H Avenue. FR 4-2444. with working" lady. Phone section 59 50x10 .. .::: .: : . ... $4995.00

.. .. Service Walker Agent. Hydraulic HULL'S BRAKE Jack 25 SW year per cent Interest. Terms to Ave.. 37*:? 7f *. repair all DELIGHTFUL I. rr.. ad III g So __372-8720 after S PM '.60 46.10.. ..*. :>... .. ;. . 2895.00

Mall-s.: Work fuMy ATTRACTIVE large 62 55x10' .. .. .. ., .. .. .
5- SERVICE It SUPPLY 1314 S. BUY BUILD REFINANCE 9uaSfSri Furnished. 2 large rooms. Private room In QUiet .d 549S.o

Main FR J-149 CaD Inc.Northcentral bath and entrance. Cou modern home. Ideal for student '59 4510' . . . .. . . .
825 NW 13 St. Ph. FR lni Tire Alignment pie. First floor.. 70S E. Un*. trdIo Deeds a desirable place toatucJy. 59 40x10
;All City Services Ave. 372flatFOR .. . .a _
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Florida's
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Byrd 2195
Brake
Auto Glass Service businessman. 63 SoJO' ... .. . ... . ,... .k..
Largest Builder By Far LARGE front apt. partly firr'sh- Large bedroom .
-- GLADYS Smith Realtor. FHA 58 . . .'. . .
private bath Facilities So10. .
t AUTO CLASS is our only bus and conventional leans. Law VACATION SPECIALT: NE 16th Ave. & 15th St. ed near bus line & stores. Front meals. 306 for light f., 2895.00
N.E.
a. side entrances. SS5 per ma. 7th Avenue
ness. Immediate Installations rates. Terms to 25 years. 1223 Ct4 famous 372-1551 I '
Mbnthly Payment
nationally FR 2-1708.
known Mohawk Phone 3763305.Camp
W. Univ. Ave. 371-5393. LEESBURG LOT .
free
pickup I delivery. Add .
tires ,. save to
up
.From $74.38 beauty & value to your car. FORDYCE and Associates Inc. 50% on new tires. See our new ELDERLY ladies' room and
MAULDUCS AUTO GLASS CO. Conventional and FJiA. loans wrap around retread that board. Two In my home. $190 50 30x8* 1 Bedroom
elves . .
323 NW. 6ttt St. FR -755 per month. 1484 N. Church St. .
with low rates and tang term more mileage & traction. Lart- *58 .. $1495.0
Phone ''' 1561, 35x8't '
Starke Fla. .
loans _mar T1.Co..
oar specialty. Quick .cow.teous (23 N Main St.
Bulldozing confidential service. carr ROOMS for Girt only. Living 64 5110 2 Bedrooms -,1 Vi'Bain's" II!t. -.3US.00 ,

Mn. Down FHA 374-1234 er come by 924 West WINDOW CLEANING In O ala National Forest room. kitchen, automatic washIng .
SMAU. bulldozer loader, flump University Avenue. Grace For.PAINTING machine and phone. $7
Nothing Down VA ,\trucks flU dirt lime rock. Top wrv. Beritor. NIKUOAS cleaned floors cleaned week. 314 N. E. 1st S*. per O I t 7: F7 a Sb.t JJia
lOlL Phone 372-7146.
V5t mi. from
a and waxed houses waAed II OWowoha River & community ROOMING house for students at 1 ___ __
BULLDOZERS ,.A Dragline BackS experience. Free .nata. 304 N. W. Uth Street Single or
hoe. wheel tractors. motor Phone FB J-WSS. store doUrte.. Kitchen and
Completely! furnished building. 1 living
SALES OFFICE grader. Free estimates. W. G. PAINTING. Also Screens repaired yr. :_room. Call FR 3-2726 ,si OC1
FR < (Buck Johegm. window glass replaced. Phone Yard Work % I
NICE
NW old dean room private
39th en
Terr. & FR -1213. pn private property. Has electricity, also trance. Refrigerator & heat.

NW 16th Ave. Carpentry CHAR.LES: tO39lAMspactalig If desired Phone 376-2721 or 0 V.wf

Tel.. FR 2-9545 PlumbingSEWER. IN lawn mewing, edging & prun some lake lots. $1475. call 325-3094 325- ._495-2312.
or ..
: ing. FR 6-1946 .
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anytime. -
WORKS I I S t i SMALL RMS furnished, wa
CRADY CABINET L
Nights and Holidays Custom buNt cabinets and moldings INSTALLEDNEW Sun Want Ads 4235 Palotkfl. Fla.. S ter & garbage disposal, ut lEESBUROVA
S per mo. 3782 SW Archer Road.
FR 6-9048 reftHaMna and spraypa.ntlR6. I used fixtures. complete a" :. >,- LASS: bot.FFIE MOlill W
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I 70 BoatsMarineIt f4g1. Thursday, April, 2, 1964 Gainesville Sun 27
83 Motorcycle & Scooter \85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE f ;
-
FT. open-cock, pit offshore .
fiberglass/ boat complete/ con- 1>57 ALLSTATE scooter, BEST OFFER will buy 1951 Olds
trot*.. D0hfe 10 & J ,B l. tanks. running condition. Needs In good SS radio heater, PB ft PS. air
49 h.p. Johnson tilt trailer skis body repair. $45. Call little cond. Drive It. Phone 3725934.
FR
klropev, belt life preservers 4-tOi4. 323 NW 15th St. BARKLEY MOTORS
& ladder. tl.100. HONDA, 305 CC Dream.
Phone 3725738.I IVi years '
50 BUICK Sedan runs good. Radio
old. 2 cylinder.
Make offer. Electric starter. .heater new tag. see castDr' \. TTA
FIBERGLASS Phone
Sea-breeze. Gary Huber.
u
It away. 924 NW 91ti Ave.
IIp"-ev\nru FR 2Alter '. t }
e elec: Seminole BF 2: .4381.I9Sts j
trailer f mot old. $1000, '2010
_N.-W. 13th St. 1 r 84 FORD, 4-door, runs

REGAL LANCER Cabin Cruiser AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS Good. $90. Call FR 6.
and traUr. Phone t-SMf. 8617.

U' CROSBY, fiberglass! SO H.P.' SPRING AUTO TUNE-UP RAMBLER Classic 1943 white 2
Evlnrwde. Top windshield and Your ears pep & power show dr., power steering R .. H. Can
tilt trailer. Reasonable. Call up with a tune-vp at BROWN'S be refinanced or take up paymenus.
FR.741... after $ w CD week* SERVICE CENTER. Guaranteed ,Excel cond. FR 2.5"92. SAVE.

IT end PLYWOOD* boat S. trailer 11$. lOt recapping N. Main.6 FR wheel 4-4310 all, nmen&. LIKE tuned new ft. overhauled 157 MGA new 1500, crankshaft lust

Call GR 475-im. Melrose. ft clutch custom Interior.
17. FT. Span american with ts hp 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE $1,000 Invested, asking 1800. 30 5 L E ,
Mercury TUt trailer Motor In SW 23rd Terrace FR 47170after
excellent condition. Boat has ASTON Martin sport 4 p.M.
coupe 1 S7,
Blminl top. cruise '
tanks ride 33.000 mL excellent condition 41 CHEVROLET wagon, V-a automatic
.guide steering, amp. and wet c.U Mr. Sherrcd FR 42672 Radio Mater white $30000
.rJll'ellUr.. gauge. Mantle walls. Clean. Private, S1295
horns railing and compass. CHEVY. 153, excellent con do, firm, 2021 N. W 34th dr. I
WILL DEAL. FR .2085. Brat new brake system new seat I __
can M MM at 311 NW 13th St. covers, good tires, an excep .J
tional car. For a good buy, can ,

72 Office 374-M3S Sat. ft Sun.CORVAIR after. t PJ*, aU Oy II 57 f. FORD . $445 63 FORD . $2395 ; 62 FORD .i $1995 62 CORYAIR $1695 61 MERCURY $1695 60 SUNBEAM $1299
A real sharp Good
car. oaGalaxi.
Equipment PAINT JOB S00'dr hardtop auto- 4-dr sedan, I Alpine,
I equipped with! extra .
I automltlc Manta 4-4r. 4-speed traiumls- Mrhardtop power ele"" A real
Monz.'a, omy in gasoline. Itttl upkeep matic, steering I
power ,
.. heater, whit equipped lee and Jav heater, white wall steering radio I : power steering radio. slon. radio. neater. Here Is real automatic radio, heater, sea good bargain.
side tires. Save heater. Yes. it's
GAINESVILLE'S wall tires. f.000 hundreds I air conditioned good economy with a sporty conditioned toe. A pretty car. 60 FIAT .
largest volume of actual miles. of dollars here tool A good car that is ready flair $1095
fice supply dealer Cnesnufs Assume payments small equi I 59 FIAT .. . $595 fogo. I Solder this car I* clean and
Office Equipment Co. Invites you ty. Will- consider Spring Special This Is the 400 serias. Then,I !,,63 CORVETTE $3995 I 61 FALCON .. $1195 ready to 90 today
to come In and shop or call for equity. Cass owner at372444for are 2 to choos from. 1 i 61 FALCON . $1195 4-dr, radio heater a sharp
' tree delivery ChesnvTs Office ext. 33. S-5 weekdays. I your choice Tak*! tops Sting 4-ln-the-floor Ray. 30 H.P. engine. J- 62 CADILLAC $3695 ,: J-dr. sedan.. We have cut this little car well worth mere <60< MERCURY $1395
transmission 4-dr fully equipped tncludJi" price so low that It. 4-dr sedan, air conditioned
cant last money.
Equipment Co. CHEVY
1M ,
W. Univ. 157 ttttaa radio
wagon y-e, heater white wall tires. air conditioning IS.COO actual power steering and brakts.
long
Ave. In Downtown Gainesville./ / excellent Best cond.. new tires. $3995HAWES. 63 FIAT . $1395 Your chancel j' miles. You can died Jritn the so you better hurry 61 MERCURY $1795 automatic transmission. Clean

TAX TIME. Addino machines and FR 4-45M.offer Phone I72-ft623.. or Mies' 4-dr sedan. Equips ed with, original owner. See this like 61 BUICK . : $|895 4-dr station w.... automatic and sharp
calculator New and used. Park rcdio and heater. Just likt 63 CHEVROLET $2595 ,t I new beauty. LeSabre 4-dr automatic transmission power steering. power brakes
ors Complete Office Outfitters. CHEVY '*'7, V-8, Belair, radio ft I newl Impala sports coupe equipped+ power steering brakes. air cond. radio, heater. Sharp 60 CHEVY . $1595 .
1' :
The only authorized' Olivetti heater, A T.. WSW, like new with power steering automatic 62 CHEVROLET $1999 radio, heater. Take a good Impala 4-dr. automatic power
Underwood Agent In Gainesville./ exceptionally clean Inside ft out. I 61 MERCURY $1695 transmission, radio heater, a 'Convertible, automatic power long look at this beauty. It's 61 CHRYSLER $1695 steering, radio heater wean
Ph 377.M55. 601 W. UMv Ave 110 NE 15tti PL 37U15L j-dr hardtop, power steering, real sharp carl steering radio. heater, a real lust like new. Newport. Mr. hardtop, fully as a pin.
CHEVROLET, INI perfect condi radio, heater, automatic, air nice car. N WS the time to equipped Including air condl 59 CHEVY . $745
73 Musical Merchandise tion with air. New tires,. new conditioning.beautiful car Yes.that If*I* ani'extra 63 FORD $2395 buy that convertible 61 CORVAIR $1099 tlonlng.real Sec. this H appreciatea Station wagon automatic ra-
paint.PM.$1300. CaU fit 4-42W afterCHEVY dean. Galaxie $OQ, /-dr, fully equipped! 62 VALIANT. $1295 RampsMe pickup truck. Really special Clio, heater. Sm yourself some
including automatic a sharp truck. You .
m this
transmission lust CM'Iuy money on*
ORGAN SALE 195 POWERSBody power steering 4-dr V-200 series radio, !heat better anywhere. 0! DODGI . $1195
.or Christmas Len overs. All inder ST. Radio Biscayne bet 4.dr."., .1 cyl 61 C. FORD . $nS heater whit wall tires. radio Cornprice er. A real sharp car. Lancer J-dr hardtop, automatic 59 WICK . $1095
new rgans. Saving vp to 30per FR .47337.CORVETTE. Ph. J-dr. Set thi Itttl gas satyr par* quality and on : 61 OLDS radio, heater cH" n as a pta 4-dr, automatic, radio. heater,
ca .. $2195
cant Barf Piano Co. Shop It's rust right for fitting your this anywhere in the state! 62 CHEVROLET $1695 power steering and brakes
1 702 W. Univ. Ave. 372-282 1f64. gold fastback budget J-dr V4 engine automatic n hardtop coupe tully 60 CHIVY . $1595
,000 ml never titled PS, P8. transmission, power steering equipped Including automatic, Convertible automatic, 58 LINCOLN . $'914clr
HEATHKIT FJM. tuner. Good ten- AM ft FM radio 300HP power 611 SW 3rd St. 64 FORD . $3995 63 CHEVROLET $2595 radio and heater. The very power steering, brakes radio steering radio heater. A power good hardtop fully equipped Including .
activity, good performance. $15., glide, positraction. Colin Murphy. X-L 500. this car Is loaded Including Impala 4-dr hardtop Full fac Cleanest one In Gainesville. heater. Plus factory air con- clean/ convertible. Set this one factory air conditioning
Phone 37-OOf. FR 2-9303. FR 2.0538 factory air tory equipment. This Is a fine ditioning. today
UPRIGHT PIANO ,SPECIALS one I Low mileage. There conditioning.I* real\ car at a price you cant afford 62 SUNBEAM $1795 57 FORD .. . $195
DODGE 149, MUST to turn down 61 CORVAIR
SELL. 4 dr. .
$1195
S50 one liSa one $150 one sedan, runs good has 4 savings here, a practically Alpine sports car. This little 'TOO' 60 CHEVY . $1495 Good fishing car.
good 4-dr low
antique Grand SltS. Gridley Music tires, $145. Call FR J-9772. new car. beauty ls extra' clean and clean. See this mileage one It Real Impala 2-dr hardtop. Remember 57 FORD . $495
Co. FR to appreciate
2,5353.Automotive ready
62 got ,
D.K.W. 1941, compact FINE CARS 63 T BIRD' FORD . $Ia'* a real fine boy I ITS the oittertnct you Py' 2-dr, heater. ,
made by i . $3995 4-dr sedan fully equipped In. that counts. radio Real clean
Mercedes-Benz. Excellent con" FAIR PRICES p Fully equipped Including air elUding automatic transmission, 62 CHEVY . $2095 runs good. A good buy
lion 30-35 M.P.G. Asking $895.' conditioning. Brand new tires. power steering annd radio and 4 to choose from Impala 4-dr 61 FALCON $1195 60 T-BIRD . $1995
Contact 56 LINCOLN
James .
$495
.
Shaw Town
COURTEOUSSALESMEN A
beautiful
ft .
carl heater. See this/ car todayl sedan automatic transmission. 2-dr real clean car. W* are Loaded Including factory aircendltleiilng.
Country Rd. Lot Trailer L 4. Lodge, SW Archer power steering radio and heat ready to move this one and This' car la clean' Fully. equipped including factoryair.
-
63 PONTIAC $2995 62 CHEVROLET er. Come get your choice WhIle we win trade right Inside and IVt. See and drive/ .
$2495
77 Mobil Homes for SaleM FORD, 15 Ranch Wagon V. I O PROMPT S-or. Hardtop, fully equipped 2 to choose from. J-dr Impala the selection to still good. It today 55 CADILLAC $595 : .
engine. Standard shift. Good Including power steering, Super Sport fully 161 CORVAIR. $1195 Loaded.
condition. Phone 443-1142. Ala- SERVICEAll brakes, automatic, radio,heater cluding factory air equipped In 62 TRIUMPH $1795 4-dr -TOO-, low, low mileage.' 60 IORGWARD $ 595 4
GREAT Lakes for sale, excellent chua. white air.' This wall tires PLUS factory Take your choice. conditioning. TR-3, lust like new In every .respect This Is a real opportunity for Station WIOOlM excellent 55 FORD . $495
these qualities car Is lust like new you to save, save. buy Convertible See this to
,condition Phone 372-400 LANCER 61, mod-770 4 Dr. s-stlck, art except price on
after a PJA. new tires, 39.000 mL Bal. $960. standard ot: appreciate a clean older carl
Mr. Balwln. 374-4404. I -- --- --
-- -

lf"NOW MOBILE SHOWING HOMES OLDS 140. 2-doorV factory stick. OPEN

1 and 3 bedrooms all Floor Good cond. $975. 1954 OLDS. B&G 2201 N MainSaturday
Flans.. Termi tailored to meet Good running cond. $225. Ronnie BARKLEY i
your. budget. Drive a linn and'teve' Young 3725097.VOLKSWAGEN Weekdays til / MOTORS ;
.. a lot It.- MOTOR CO.. : 1
tONNOUYMobile 1963. AM-FM ra til
dio lIt belts. While wall tires.
Home Sales Inc. Authorized FR 2-4373
-
Cadillac
Like
new. SUtS. Call 372-448.
.t MUte Norm en .U. S. 4(1 Oldsmobile Dealer Sunday 2-6 'In the Auto Game
Phone 42M1M BRING out the best In your car. Barkley's the Name"
-_ _Closed Sundays Superior Auto painting ft bodywork
. New Cars: .
Fast dependable *ervk*
BIG SALE tree pickup delivery/ WRIGHT'S/ 115 S.E. 2nd St. -
BODY WORKS '2031 NW 4th St.
FR 6-7515
CONTINUESWe FR e-9707.
RAMBLER
143 CHEVY II Station Wagon. Used Cars I -
Will Air I conditioned auto. trans, : MUST1 COME
radio ft heater, three seats 2001 N.W. 13th St., TRADEINSARE SEE US M
white aide.wells 4,000 miles FR 6.7515
less than 5- not old. $100 cash. CLEANER
Be'Undersold take up payment Call 375-
Not
tin | to .5-372-5731. after S BETTER CARS !

: 1960 PJA.Volkswagen, 4 -passenger VOLKSWAGENMILLER GO I

pick up truck. 1 e (: G-R-O-W !
mileage. E x c i lent coaditio 63 RAMBLER I e

50 x 10, 2 bedroom M44 fully Phone FR 4-3154. 4-dr 'tVf Cross Country station
furnished Mobile/ Home deliveredand '42 VW SUNROOF, rich anthracite wagon, automatic traiIndividual I
lit up for Instant living for gray,' one-owner local purchase heater reclining In the 2
wtfy. and maintenance records excellent seats. *OOG actual miles NEW! I next day at a

$3388MHMA. *with ldewall condition extras-wlndsMeld' ,: low heater-radlo-whlfe/mileage washer loaded-front BROWN- $2495 t some price I I All sidewalk superintendents invited We need the room

.. rear seat beltwttllty shelf-beck &uT_ e "

similar IfM new bargain approved.coaches*-over to.Many select SO 1M3 other from and ventshade up SPECIAL llght-headrest SALE Purchase PRICE cost mirror$135.$1935. 1030 2-3582 E. Univ. IAl.LSFR 63 Rambler CHEVY V-a,, automatic, Impala steering, 34$ HP 4-dr, brakes motor hardtop -, so come see our construction and SAVE, SAVE, SAVE! : '

.-Also,. /large selection" of. used Phone between 5-9 PJA. 3723721. Classic 4-dr '"tiff automatic radio. heater priced below
.coaches > air conditioned radio. heater wholesale/ only: .. .. $73
o' 0 :I like new In and out. 63 CADILLAC
10% Down $2395 "I 5t CHEVY, Impala 4-dr real 63 OLDS 63 BUICK 56.CHEVROLET
I clean and runs real good. Going
PAYMENTS I at the price of .., ..... $7S Sedan De ViHe. Factory SS sedan. Factory air. Electra ns. htop sedon sedan V-So

lESS THAN RENT [ I air condo fully equippe en.l>e' control. Factory air.
But trade allowanc Anything If CHEVY BekMr blue standard Sold by B b G. 5.5%
.
If value.. I CAN'T'STAND 62, RAMBLERAmbassador lob runs shift real e-cyllnder good ,..n.*' .ring Min GMAC Financing.' $2995 $3595 $195
Open weekday : 7te I 400 wide bucket
Sundays \ seats. Automatic transmission
radIo. heater. AIR CONDITIONED BUICK, white air cond, anelectric $5295 ,, ..a t e I H.J
SOUTHERNMOBILE a pretty nice car.
power steering power 63 FALCON
No trades on this car St"
steering brakes like
HOME power 62.0LDS 60 BUICK
r l new. $, CHEVY Bel-Air/ black and Station wagon. Radio G
BROKERS INC. + $2295 white, Vii, standard, shin. 62 CADILLAC 98 sedan. elr. I"vletl heeler
".. ..........,................. $ite Factory htq udA
tSOO -S. Pine St. Oeala Sedan, Factory Air EliFully equipped, $1895

Phone 41411 62 RAMBLERCustom W CHEVY,-station wagon pow ceptionally nice. models. $1395
SPECIAL III tr steering V-< engine, runs From. $2795
.. . . .
ItoJO MobIl. home and $0x100 4-dr. Sedan automatic jood . ., $575
lot. 1 mlle S. of Paine Prarle.All radio. heater air conditioned $3895 61 FORD
Statt Mobile Planes FP power steering. Individual SS CHEVY, station wagon going
4-3CSJ. reclining seats. A beautiful nowl Only .. ..n........ $100 S9 BUICK station 'Wagon. V.8. lutO.
carl 62 OLDS
bedroom MUM StOO. 57 FORD, 2-dr V..., standard trans. CI.an.
eel bedroom house railer $750. $1695OPEN shift ....................... $101 61 CAD'LLAC.' leSabre htop. Air cend. $1495
Can be'rented. Phone 374-SZM THE .BIG 500" CAR VOLUME. .SALE Station 'Wagon. Power steercoups..

Monday to Frldey t to .. ATUniversity 57.BUICK Mr ........... $15 Convertible,. Factory Air. in.. y brakes.. R,-."".,..".,.
Excellent condition. One of
195
8.8MON.SAT. $
40 51 CHEVY, Impala 2-dr. radio. klnd -
Chevrolet heater V-l automatic 64 tag $2395 61 FORD
MODELS going for $500. Cash. No trade $3185
Meet Galax! Mop sedan Fie-
our salesmen: Carl on this one.
tAY TO CHOOSB
SMRALL LOWEST PRICES, I If you are considering buying a new or used car or truck Davenport. P. G. Holder' 54 BUICK tory Ilr. Power fturlng.
Elmer Miller. Clint Fleming
DOWN PAYMENT. you can't afford to miss this fantastic Sale Starts and Albert Plant, 54 FORD, station wagon[ runs' 61 OLDS $1295
good. A fine fishing car. *4
TRAILER MART Friday April 3rd. sales manager. Tag. ...... ..... ._.._ l0Cash 60 CADILLAC{ SedJn. -
Hwv. 17. Phone 371-1 Hardtop Sedan. White88 .htop sedan. Power'i
OPEN WEEKDAYS IS TOO GREAT TO KEEP QUIET. M CHEVY, Convertible needs i I steering b bra es. $150
61 CHRYSLER a ring lob. But Is real clean. I $1995 60 MERCURY
UNTIL 9 p.m. for lID
With 64 tag. Going
SUNDAYS 1 TO 6 4-dr steering Sedan and automatic brakes. air' power conditioned Cash. $1895 Montellir htop coupe Power -
fAST PALATKA. FLORIDA BEAUTIFULI --rte stee-rlng. Solid llith.S9 .
n BUICK a good fishing car 61 CORVAIR
YES we can be undersold $1695 for only $77 Including a new tag. CADILLAC erette Seats. Beautiful con.
-Xutnot with EQUAL ounlltyWe .
ill "iion
,
dont sell CHEAPIES. Sedan. Factory Air. Full 59 OLDS 2 door. standard shaft .
See Bob the following ra$1295
en
White. Low
WE ONLY SELL CHEAPLY. POVier. mile- din heater, Whitt
.Town It Country Trailer Sales cars. They art all good .
Outstandina.
JMO SW Archer Rd. Spring Specials 60 FALCON second cars or good fishing i age. Super 88 Mop sedan fae-

FEDERAL QUALITY HOMES gol 2-dr SAVE.Sedan. Clean and ready to -Uf.. Some have new I .$1995 tory air. $1095
61 PLYMOUTH
tags and somt don't.
,4820 NW 13th St. 441 South $745 $1195 Station
Wa
Don. white. Nice
Gainesville 3725113
Hours 1 to $. Sunday 11 1* 7 54 MERCURY $110 Cash 58 CADILLAC 60 CHEVROLET oandition: CS Cyfinder radio
'Service .U a must with us. 63 METEOR. PS. Auto, still In warranty $2395 heater, auto trans.
59 BUICK 55 CADILLAC $150 Cask HartOD Se 58 OLDS Bel Air htop sedan $1095
:'WYATTTrailer' 63 STUDEBAKER. Cruiser, all pwr and air. . $2195 USabr 4-dr Sedan, automatictransmission White b Lit+ht Rlue. V-Sf
radio heater, 57 MERCURY $200 Cash Ci "'Og: power steering. o.an.

62 FALCON very clean automatic . . $1395 power CONOIT ONE brakes. I 98 htop secbn. F.ctOt'yair.
Sales AIR 57 CHEVY .. $595 $129 58 IMPERIAL

Home of 62 COMET.4-dr radio heater., std. .. .. $1395 $1095 57 CHEVY .. $595 I 57 CAnILLA" $795 hrop sedan. Air card? Good

Pacemaker Mobile HomnIIIItl condition. nice
Very
buv
and Airstream 62 VW, Spotless . . .. . . .. $1395 I Fleetwood. F-ctory. AJr. 60 CHEVROLET In
a top quality car.

...* Cola's Dealer Travel First- Trailers Since Mobile mi Home 61 FORD. Galaxie 500. R&H. full pwr G.1, $1595 59 500 4-dr FORD hardtop. Automatic ARDEN Fully '[qtf cQcu_ 58 OLDS station wagon. EccnornIClI $895

1923 Silver Springs Blvd. radio heater new tires.A 88 sedin. AIr cond.. 6.

Phone Ocata' 4TMJSS FU.fcUO" 61 RAMBLER wagon PS. Factory air. . $1295 SEW cream puff. PRICED TO $695 $1295


mobile. home. newly, c., In.noatrvcted 59 BUICK. Invicta full power and air. . $1095 $995No S6 CADILLAC 58 PLYMOUTH
cabana S
1 x 20 sed"n. V-B heater
radio ,
from campus. Town ft Country
Trailer Lodge. Pn. 374-JS4S. W. 59 CADILLAC. 4-dr deVille loaded Air . $1995 STREITMOTORS Sedan De Vitle. Factory 58 OLDS 60 CORY AIR auto trlN.
-A. Kelly.ITUOEtoiT. I No Down Payment Air. A fine car. $300

leaving Oelnesviiie..JMust .. 61 T-BIRD.- PS. PB. EC. EW. Air . . $2495 I I $4Q5 88 htop coupe. White 6 Sedan. Standard shift n-
sell r x 2T air condo trait.er. 57 FORD wagon $395 red dio b heater.

.. Only. S47S.Park.Lot :M Shady 57 PLYMOUTH $395 $395 $695
Nook Trailer _
57 CHEVY wagon $595 62 PONTIAC
Let Us prove_to you .,. 59 RAMBLER wa). $595 63 OLDS
I AVOIDFUTURE Corner NW 16th AYe. Bonneville Mop sedJft
I
4-dr $295
55
net a Sole buy used can is your boy! CHEVY. and Main St. 98 Mop "Jpe Factory 52 OLDS 59 CHEVROLET factory air. power steerIn
59 OPEL. Sedan $395
heartaches get the air Fun t power. including G bro es. electric wMdaws
FR 2.0486 electric windows b seats.. sedan Impala htcp sedan V 8. G '
:Jt !J-, FACTS Crane-Lincoln Mercury Many more to choose '"'"" seat.

= TOTAL After FR 7 6-6957 and Sunday 53695 $99 $1095 $2695B

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,'2& 2 Gainesville:Sun Thursday, April 2, 1954 .
,> -.. I California --- -; -," .;,. :' :-:: See I AnSWers.to'Q tuzn
4.run for the UJS.,House in .
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Mexicans Have Illinois / c. .t '!TIL-ft

5. become a candidate for 0 Page 14'" ". .!t
mayor of San Francisco area early In March by three 3. hail storms' ,; .
12. Millions of dollars of dam 1. brush fires I 4. earthquakes iti'A'

To Welcome age was done in the Los Angeles %. spring floods 5. landslides =,; ".;,;

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1. President Lopez Mateos ordered 2. Laotian Tillage .
,a holiday for federal em 3. Catholic mission "'011' .; :
ployes in Mexico so they could 4. Cambodian,village :
join in a massive turnout to 5. U.N.fact-finding team
greet a visiting head of state, 6. The Cuban government demanded OF A FAMOUS HOLLYWOOD \ --
'1. De Gaulle of France the return of several 4et3'
2. Franco of Spain Cubans who,on March, NUEDR'S \
3. Segnl of Italy 1. were arrested for photographing Slv LONG- .
4. !Erhard of West Germany U.s. missile installations LEG' ..
51: 'Castro of Cuba 7/77 GIRDLE
'' 2. commandeered a wonderful new experience "Jpksssin GIRDLES
2. A 'warning that Turkey a helicopter Reg. 5.95
behalf of and flew to Florida
would intervene on
Turkish Cypriotes if they were 3. were jailed for spying at Fit, Fashion and Comfort! SALE' 3.99.:
not given protection by the Unit- the U.s. base at Guantanamo I. av Long or Short Leg and Panty Styles
ed Nations won the full backingof 4. were picked np by the
the Turkish parliament for Coast Guard in U.s. coastal rxx .
premier waters CANTRECE S S
li Makarios 7. Dead at 41 was Brendan .
Ahmed Behan,boisterous Irish 'LI: F,
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3. Ben Bella lfolk singer : SHORT LEGGIRDLE
4, Inonu 2. playwright I tin /i I a.
5, Menderes : 3. racing driver ( '; Reg. 5.95
3. Withdrawing his decision to : 4. painter 1r SALE 3.99REG.
abdicate his throne after thous- : 5. soccer player the new ',PANTY GIRDLE .
ands of his people demonstrated 8.' Alabama Gov. George Wallace w

against the abdication was King announced himself a Democratic luxury&Uzw: X < 5.00.SALE
Idrls of candidate for presidentand ,
3.99
L Tunisia entered the presidential primary seamless Ma s REG. 5.00-5.95
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3. Ethiopia" L Wisconsin : 9
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4< Yemen 2. Louisiana 1.95 i: S ;,r
5, Algeria 3. Washington pre .. .f'
4. Premier Nguyen Khanh of 4. New Jersey '- SMAtL/ MEDIUM AND LARGE. WHITE ONLY
South Viet Nam said his country 5. Kansas "

had begun negotiations aimed 9. Under President Johnson's 3 Ja < .'.
at resumption of diplomatic relations -"war on poverty" program is a 2nd Floor' '
with neighboring plan for a Youth Conservation SECONDSKIN / Foundations Shop
t! Sikkim and Cambodia Corps, aimed at getting up to ,
2.. Thailand and Sikkim 100,000 young men to -
3. North Viet Nam and Thailand 1. go back to get their high v
school diplomas ,4
4., Laos and North Viet Nam 2., form a special civil defense ,
5. Cambodia and Laos
5. The United States and South 3. attend corps conservation camps 4 S
Viet Nam expressed sympathyand and job training schools a SHOWN HERE IS ONE
;apologies after Vietnamese 4. leave the cities and go to
OF THE LOVELY ,
troops attacked a work on the nation's farms

1l, ,Buddhist monastery 10. Within a few days of his ,. .l' YOUTH FORM +
conviction on a charge of murdering !.' ,., sa 1'' Jaka
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accused presidential as
Atom Plants sassin Lee Harvey Oswald, defendant OF
Jack Ruby .' _
1. committed suicide in his NYLON 'Vi c rr
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cell : i-" TRICOT Pt
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Fresh jail guard : STOCKINGS WITH ; \A5w
Water 3. said he,felt his trial '
was
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"entirely fair" : _.z 'P' j '1w
By JOHN W. FINNEY 4. fired famed attorney MelVIn LACE ANDEMBROIDERY. F
WASHINGTON A White Belli .Now the tmique qualities of CANTRECE are added to Befle-Sharmeer
House' study group re- 11. After resigning as pros Legsize fit to give you the most exciting stockings "you've ever worn. 2Y

ported today that huge atomic dential press secretary, Pierre ,SECOND SKIN clings caressingly to every curve of your leg in luxurious TRIM.
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power plants can be developed Salinger announced that he beauty and wrinkle free comfort. In 3 Legsizes: Brev for slender or small :
that .simultaneously will produce planned to legs, Modite for average legs, Duchess for long, full legs. You'll love their WHITE ONLY!!'
cheap electricity and vast L become a political colum- no-shine? no-shadowsiiecmess. In refreshing shades spring. "" .".. ;%
nist for
the Associated
Press -
amounts of fresh water. -
2. become editor and } 1.95 pr. vtci.S ;
publisher .
By 1975, the group said,it will 3 5.70 wf
of
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be economically feasible to an Oregon newspaper y,
build i:atomic -power plants in Hosiery ShopstreeFlocrSALE 1 1
3. run for the U.s.
Senate in _
Southern California the South- SALE! : :
west or on Long Island that will
supply enough water for 6 mil t Y \ J

lion, people and electricity fora 3 :
city with a population of 2 mfl- I w

lion. .. ... <.
In some costal areas It suggested SPRING SALE :

the waste heat from the DAYS.:5. ,
plants might also be used to A ,.If y
warns:stretches of water to provide
year-round playgroundsfor "
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The'report was presented by 14 SPRING TIRE SPECIALS ': .
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an interagency group set up]
early! last year by The White 100%
House Office of Science and DIAMOND PREMIUM SUPERLUX S.9.95
SIZES 32'y I
Technology to study the pros NYLONALL

pects of providing both electricity Buy one at regular price Get second tire SIZES 3 ATTRACTIVE ,
and desalted water from .
large nuclear for 1C plus tax.
very power STYLES OF
plants. 600x13 J

The F general.conclusion of the 600x13 26.65 NYLON TRICOT
report was that, in large plants 650x13 .
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the economic ( : -
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potential of nuclear power is in '
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using the steam both to gener 750x14 32.70 _
electricity and desalt ocean

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The dual purpose approachwaS
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originated not by an engineer 850x14 36.55 800x14 ',

or scientist, but by a poll _
. tician Sea Clinton P. Anderson 900x14 44.40 850x14 1'
(D-N.M.). .
Anderson wrote to Dr.R.PhIlIp i 950x14 44.40 .
Hammond, then at Los Alamos 950x14
Scientific Laborator and 670x15 32.70 REG. 2.99, SALE 2.59,2/5.00
noW at the Oak Ridge National 670x15

Laboratory, Inquiring why It 710x15 35.10 _
would not be possible to combine : :
desalinizatlon and the gen- 760x15 36.55 710x15760x15 > Floor / .
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Hammond had been thinking! 800x15820x15 44.40 TOP QUALITY NYLON. .- ."-- -
along"that line, and out of the ADD 2.88 FORTUBELESS ; ,1

senator's suggestion grew a 44.40 800x15 \ .. .
1962 report! by Hammond concluding ADD $2.88 FOR d[ 'AtD to Bl UylD.._ht ema fUI -. : -
that very large reactors PRICES PLUS TAXWHITEWALLS PREMIUM NYLON :
820 1 5 -
could distill sea water economi X ADD $2.88 FORWHITEWALLS : COBBlES -. .'f.C'- "
call .' _
ADD PER TIRE
$3.00 All prices plus tox.
a red cross shoe
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flight in the two man Gemini S ', '
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On Our $300000
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program an attempt to orbit an Tubes $250PLUS TAX $
unmanned spacecraft, is scheduled Visuliner 4r
for Tuesday.A .
National Aeronautics and Brake Inspection With Our WHEEL Plus Weights
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Space;Administration announce- Beige ombrey.or"black

ment.Wednesday said major 3000 Barrett Brakemobile BALANCE $1.50 Nylon Mesh .
goals of the test wfll be to check Tire Inspection
the orbital ability of the Titan .

2 rocket, spacecraft ,structure Brake Adjustment BUDGET TERMS AVAILABLE ., .
Integrity and compatibility of 15 MONTHS TO PAY .- ----
rocket-capsule mbin"tVm.jhe NO OBLIGATION ----.. --
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mission scheduled for OIL CHANGE WITH ,PURCHASE Yes indeed...Cobbles Jw lr to yo In the smartest l Ihtte T-s ropv f''ka s1tr CI_::: '

next-'summer! are successful, ANY SIZE 9.95 White or Block I FREE OF ANY MAJOR BRAND OILS ., s finer'breeze. Airy, light and cool Jit.smootftWCWlftnrbt im *<| rritb'.-
two :astronauts are ,vto ride ,a "- Swiss brwd. On tf* inch-high heel you is.,.. And aahk*d f d A. way!
ride Jo November or December. AA-soforr in nohirol or block with orobre braid trim. -
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