Gainesville sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079931/00086
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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 3, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000098505
oclc - 01446379
notis - AAL3952
lccn - sn 78002218
issn - 0163-4925
System ID: UF00079931:00086
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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ators leading the fight for the : Brazil.
House passed civil rights bill w Regime ,

take up the school desegregation: __ ,
section today amid signs of
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and Sens.Jobn Paul Sherman H. Douglas Cooper, D-Ill., R-,, *, *. Not The"i ; I

Ky., were assigned to spell out
the arguments for this part of ii Defeated President f
the measure in behalf of the bipartisan _, : jr :
coalition arrayed UsualCoup9 :

against Southern opponents. :

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and Republican speakerseach _ a ..
day is the pattern established 4 :

: by the bill's proponentsin DE JANEIRO, Brazil Grande do Sul, earlier in the "-
taking the offensive this ; 1 (AP-Victorious army leadersof day from Rio de Janeiro. Army

week. Brazil's anti-Communist revolution troops were converging on Rio WASHINGTON (APSecretary .
Another key part of their x said deposed President then in the last stages of the of State Dean Rusk said ,
strategy is to keep the debate realtors honored Mary L. Coleman last night for making the highest Joao Goulart fled into Argentina two-day revolution in which only today the United States is ready

moving by having enough sen- scholastic marks among the University of Florida's graduating students majoring in today, but Argentine border of- two deaths were reported.In "to work very closely" with the
ators around to produce quick, real estate and urban land studies during the past year. Mary received the Scholastic ficials said they had not seen Brasilia, the inland capital, new government of Brazil in .
ly a quorum-a majority of the Achievement Award from Walter B. Decker (left),representing the Florida Associa: the ousted leftist. new President Paschoal Ranieri tackling Brazil's difficult prob-

100 members. tion of Realtors. Proudly observing the presentation were Mayor Howard McKinney An army spokesman said ear- Mazzilli, president of the Chamber lems of economic and social de-
But Thursday, Sens. HubertH. to Miss Coleman and Dr. Alfred A. Ring head of the real estate
(next ) UF's depart- ly today Goulart had left his of Deputies, was sworn in velopment.
',Humphrey, D-Minn., and ment in the College of Business Administration. The award was made at a banquetin ranch at Sao Borja, on the Ar- as Goulart's constitutional suc- President Johnson had senta
Thomas H. Kuchel, R Calif., the Primrose Inn sponsored by the Society for Real Estate and Urban Land gentine border, bound by car for cessor by Congress Thursdayafter message to new Brazilian
leaders of the coalition, were Studies. Buenos Aires and "already is in Senate President Auro An- President Ranieri Mazzilli

away. And it took 53 minutesto Argentine territory." Goulartwas drade declared the presidency Thursday night, congratulating -
round up one quorum, 43 reported accompanied by vacant. him on Brazil's having solvedits
minutes to produce another. Russia Demands Johnson his and Gen. Assis Bra-
family Mazzilli, 54, a conservative government change within .
Douglas, in his prepared remarks sil, chief of his personal mili- politician, immediately set about that n a t i o n's constitutional
upheld authority that Summons
tary staff. forming a government to try to framework.This .
would be conferred on the at-
torney general to initiate school Authorities in Argentine border cope with Brazil's staggering established U.S. recognition -
desegregation suits if he finds China ShowdownKhrushchev Top Aides provinces said, however, budget deficit, rampant infla- of the new regime following -
Goulart had not entered the tion, labor unrest and the need the ouster of President
individual citizens are unable to Joao
act in their own behalf. WASHINGTON (APPresident country and that border patrols for profound social reform, especially Goulart.
: 'Better Goulash Johnson summoned cOngressional were alerted for any clandestine land redistribution.
He said this part of the bill Rusk told a news conferencethat
is essential because "only one leaders_of both par- crossing. Airport control towersin President Johnson sent Maz Goulart had been over- -
Than War on Empty Stomach9MOSCOW Paraguay and Uruguay also zilli his "warmest wishes"and
per cent of the Negro school ties' to meet this afternoon with good thrown by a combination of
children in the states of the Old the National Security Councilto were watching for him. expressed admiration for forces
representing fears in the
(AP) The Soviet er any doubt that Peking is The leaders of the the Brazilians settled their
Confederacy are now in deseg- discuss various important developments military way Brazilian
regated schools" 10 years after Union finally lashed back at steering a course toward a split in world affairs. swift, almost bloodless revolu difficulties "within the framework Congress, armed
t the Supreme Court's ruling that Red China today, calling for a among the Communist parties, In announcing the session. tion, whO charged that Goulart's of constitutional democracy forces, and among state governors
racially segregated public showdown meeting of the toward the setting up of fac- White House press secretary leftist policies were leading Bra- and without civil strife." constitutional gov-

schools are unconstitutional. world's" Communist parties.' tb. ,tions.and, groups hostile to' George Reedy said he knew pf, ,zil into ..communism sent six The, world Communist press ernment in ,the country was' in.
.,halefeud. Marxism-Leninism. danger. ,
thrash out commun $ZI\, no previousL-pccasiofi on which army officers to Sao Borja to denounced GouKa"rt's overthrowas u' .. '
Suslov accused the Chinese of members of Congress have met arrest him if he remained at his a plot hatched in the United "They moved to insure the,
Boys' ClubReadies Breaking a six-month silence, seeking to usurp the Kremlin's with the, top-level Security ranch. States. constitutional process," Rusk r
the Kremlin accused the Chi- leadership of the world Com- Council. i Goulart, abandoning his vow The downfall of Goulart's said. Goulart's enemies had accused -
nese' of trying to run the Red munist movement and to bring The meeting was set for 2 to fight to the death vanished Communist influenced govern- him of leading the coun
ForPancae bloc, to stir political unrest in political chaos within the Soviet p-m. EST. Thursday after flying out of ment sent more than a million try down the road to communism -
the Soviet Union, to sabotage Union as well.Although Reedy said he would not'wantto Porto Alegre, his last redoubt persons pouring into Rio de Ja and UJS. officials had be
Premier Khrushchev's policy of Suslov's speech was characterize the nature of in Brazil's deep south. Inform- neiro's main streets Thursday come alarmed about Commu-
DayThe peaceful coexistence and to obtain -. laced with harsh language, he the unusual meeting except to ants said he gave up to preventthe ,night for a tumultuous celebra- nists moving into positions of
nuclear weapons at any did not propose reading Pekingout say it would involve foreign affairs bloodshed of a futile resist- power in Brazil.
griddles will be hot, the cost of the Communist move- developments.Asked ance. tion.Army leaders who launchedthe Rusk said he wanted to em-
hatter mixed and the pancakes The Soviet reply occupied ment, as Stalin had tried to do if Panama or any other The deposed president had revolt north-of Rio Tuesday phasize that the uoheaval! which
sizzling 7 tomorrow at entire edition of the to Marshal Tito's Yugoslavia.. said has now taken place in Brazil
by a.m. nearly an single topic would dominatethe fled to the southern seaport, night the situation throughout -
the Boys' Club on the Waldo Communist party nespaper Instead, Suslov proposed a proceedings, he said, "I capital of his home state of Rio the country was calm. has not solved "all that coun-
Road. Pravda. In a front-page edito- meeting of the world's Commu- really prefer to stay where I try's problems by any means."
And the pancake cook-fest rial, Pravda called Mao Tsetung's nist parties "to discuss the basic am now"-meaning he declinedto He said he included problemsof
will continue for a full 13 hours regime "the main danger problems of our time and to be more precise. inflation, the size of the external
to the unity of the world hold the broadest possible exchange Struggle to Give debt, need for capital investment ,
. until 8 .
p m.It's Communist movement. of opinions in the inter-' and many others.It .
expected to attract thou- of the difficulties
est surmounting was clearly in this context
Pravda said the final straw
sands. that have arisen in the LB J Slates that he was in effect holdingout
Tuesday when Peking
The affair is the club's annual was "
Communist movement.
called Khrushchev "the great- '.i. MacArthur TimeWASHINGTON the hand of U.s. assistanceto
Pancake Day. Adults can get all
The blast came while Khru-
whatever extent the new Bra-
the pancakes and sausages they est capitulationist in history"and Talk Todav
Children's ticketsare demanded that Commu ,(See RUSSIA on Page 2)) zilian government wishes it He
can eat for $1. nists in and out of the Soviet On (AP) General give their patient sorely need- predicted that the United States
50 cents. Union repudiate his policies. NATO of the Army Douglas Mac- ,ed time to recover vital pro- and Brazil would be consultingon
But there's more than Food,_ The party organ called the at- K. May Repeat'Challenge Arthur's condition remains cesses. common efforts.
At noon and at 6 p.m, the club'schoir tack a "terrible insult to our WASHINGTON (APr) President critical, but the emergency In admiration, they creditedhis Rusk also said he thought
will sing. During the day party and the entire Soviet peo Johnson will outline cur- treatment started Thursday to stamina through 11 days of that South America's biggest
Ranger Hal of Jacksonville tele- ple." rent American attitudes towardthe try to meet the problem of critical condition to "his heart, country might now, under new
vision fame' will be on hand. "It showed conclusively that BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP- 15-year-old North ,Atlantic diminished kidney ,action is his constitution and his will to leadership, begin to cooperatemore
And the club will operate a car- the leaders of the Communist With propaganda guns from Treaty Organization at a special "functioning quite satisfactorily live." with other nations in the

nival with rides and games. party of China have passed all Moscow firing on Peking, Soviet White House ceremony late to- ," his doctors reported today.A His chances are not consid- hemisphere, including the Unit- .

limits in their political struggle Premier Khrushchev is ex- day.The medical bulletin from Walter ered good, but the decline in ed States, on such problems as
FulbrightMakes against the world Communist pected to discuss the conflict importance attached toJohnson's Reed Army Hospital at 9:30 kidney and heart function re- those arising around Cuba. 'r
Says movement," the editorial con- with Red China in a speech tonight address by administration a.m. also said there has beenno ported Thursday morning stabilized Under the Goulart administration -
tinued, "and have chosen the informed sources reported. officials apparently was bleeding from the general's by afternoon.The Brazil was reluctant to .
Sense Communist party of the Soviet indicated by the fact that tele- esophagus for the past 20 hours. 84-year-old general has join in any kind of action
Whether he will follow up on vision and radio networks were against Fidel Castro and tins
Union and the Soviet Union as Therefore a tube that has been survived three major operationstwo
NEW YORK (AP-W. Aver- the main target for their at the Kremlin's call for a show- invited to make live broadcastsof inserted through his throat and of them emergencies, in 32 was a frequent source of irrita-
ell Harriman, undersecretary of down meeting of world Communist the event in the East Room tion in its relations with the
tacks. into his stomach is Walter Reed
esophagus, days at Army Med
state for political affairs, says parties was not of the executive mansion. United States.
remainder of the
The paper being removed this morning. ical Center.
Ssn. J. William Fulbright's con- indicated.It The address is scheduled for On the Cuban situation itself, '
troversial analysis of U.S. for- contained an anti 5 Eastern Standard "However," the bulletin added His blood pressure and pulse,
Mikhail A. Suslov, was the struggle with Pe p.m. Time. Rusk appeared to take mue ;
eign policy "made a good deal speech by The "his condition remains criti previously reported as indicating
the Soviet party's chief theore- king that apparently brought ceremony comes on the with a statement which a ques-
of sense, although I don't nec- tician. The had been Khrushchev here for extensive eve of the 15th anniversary of cal. a loss of heart efficiency tioner attributed to Sen.
essarily agree with all of it" secret speech since Suslov delivered talks with Premier Janos Ka- the treaty-signing that creat- The bulletin reported that the were last reported within nor- Thomas Dodd, D-Conn., that
Harriman was asked for com- kept of the dar, Moscow's staunchest ed NATO. five-star general "passed a fair mal limits "considering his age the power of Castro in Cuba
ment on the speech when he arrived Soviet Communist it to a meeting party's cen- friend in the fight George Reedy, White House night," and that his blood pres- and sedation." would be overthrown by a ,;
home Thursday night of press secretary announced the sure remained at 110-60-presumably revolution.
tral committee Feb. 14. After two days political During his waking hours the
from a tour of three new African }- Accusing Red China of "na- talks, the official Hungariannews speech Thursday night and said at about the same general retains consciousness although Rusk said that he did not see -
nations. and <"great agency MTI said com- Johnson would discuss "the cur- point as late Thursday'after- he is under sedation. any immediate prospect "feat
tionalist arrogance"
"It was a thoughtful appraisaland interests," pIe' agreement was reachedbut rent :status of the alliance and noon-and that his pulse was at internal forces in Cuba wttl be -
will provoke a deal power, egotistical America's 96, still somewhat elevated, and Doctors Thursday pressed into '
is long- .ve no details. attitude" toward it able to unseat the police appa :
"There no
of discussion and it will createa Suslov said: ? "in the light of the 15th ann} his temperature at 99.2. just operation a technique which ratus" which Castro ha< :
better understanding of the versary. slightly above normal could temporarily take over fastened on that Island. Rode ,
problems we face in the world," It appeared that the idea for The doctors were fighting to part ,of the kidney functions. added that he did not kucw ... -

said Harriman. Johnson making an anniversary what the long future might
Fulbright, Arkansas Democratand First County Demo Rally speech on NATO had spur- bring. w
chairman of the Senate For- of-the-moment aspects. UF Group to Picket Undersecretary of Statet ;
eign Relations Committee, challenged Reedy acknowledged "it is nota George Ball today described the
several U.S. policies Due in Waldo TomorrowThe project of long-standing." He political upheaval in Brazil as
claiming they were based upon said this after a newsman sug "a rather remarkable event .

"myths." first Democratic political ,rally for the May 5 election gested the plans were devisedat Sen. Holland TonightCivil and not at all the, usual coup" :.
will be tomorrow at the Waldo City Park. noon Thursday the hour which frequently occurs in Latin
,At 5 pm. the Waldo Lions Club will sponsor a fish supper. when Johnson met with the National America.

.. for a dollar a ticket.The rally begins at 7 p-m. Security Council for a far- 11 A picket line will be main- Ball asserted that "afl elements .
: WHERETO All candidates for county officer have been invited to speak ranging review of world affairs. rights proponents J tained during Holland's talk protesting of the country, the m$i-
< ; accordingto Democratic Chairman John Ward. The United States remains a picket Sen. Spessard Holland'sappearance his participation in the tary, state governors, Congress"had
Tomorrow's rally Is the first of 16 scheduled throughout the strong believer in NATO as a at tonight's annual the civil combined to force Goulartout
FIND IT senate filibuster on
county. The last win be the eve of the election, May 4, at, deterrent to possible Commu- Alachua County Mental Health rights bin. Sheehan said.Holland's of office.

the Alachua County Courthouse nist aggression in Europe. Assn. banquet stand against the Actually, he said, they were
Comics . .9
Next week's rallies will be at Forest Grove on Monday; However, French President
Classified . .14-19 Gainesville Negro Recreation Center, Tuesday; Boulware Chares! de Gaulle has been cool Dave Sheehan, faculty advisorfor bill was also picketed last week acting "to preserve constitutional -
Entertainment 10 Springs in Gainesville on Kincaid Road, 'Thursday; and Mic- toward NATO ever since other the University of Florida when be made an appearancein government by stopping efforts -
,6 Obituaries ,,, 2 ,anopy, Saturday. members his Student Group.for Equal Rights, Miami, to undermine the constitution -
spurned suggestionthat "
Opinion Page 4 Ward said all rallies will begin promptly at 7 p.m, wth France, Britain and the said a "silent march" of de- City police said this morning .
Sports ...11 1ZWomen's march would 'Speaking on' the NBC television -
the SGER
.u food lines beginning at 5 pjn. Food will not be served at... =the United States set 'a three-na monstrators. will leave Tigert
,,., .,.? .. 8 Negro BecrealwaCeBter the courthouse. -* up Il for t1 .lln.iv Jmptiqr ., l>e.' watched tonight to 'see that'there's program'Today Ball
or tion directorate to i Head the organizatioa. -, H 1 ;
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f- :' : . . 'to Holland's address there. no disorder." ,(See'1mA.ZIL on Paje:2) 't,

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Gainesville Sun Friday April 3, 1964

Heart Diseases ''Dennis9 Gets Florida Ranks .36InSchoplDropouts. Weather Roundup Storm, Wind

Strike Blow
Iiiitiation3oys' In

Top ', Death Cause: / Club"Dennis YNi 0alsiJiN In NorthBy

TALLAHASSEE (AP-) "When Rual Stephens, deputy superintendent f

Heart diseases accounted for tuberculosis, 4; diabetes, 5; The Menace", Hank I'm old enough-goodby!" j of education. mild B, C Partly cloudy and THE ASSOCIATED. PRESS,

195 of the 518 deaths in Alachua anemias, 1; influenza and Ketcham's famous cartoon char- That's the title of an education "There is a promising aware- through Saturday. Low ,4 ea Stormy weather struck wide
tonight about Saturday
County last year according to a pneumonia 31. 'acter, has joined Boys' Clubs film on school dropouts. It well ness of the problem, the causes 88 to 80. 60, high mostly areas across the northern half

report released today by the In the accident category, motor !of America. could be the theme song of have been identified and con- 15 to 20 mile Southerly winds. w' am 1 of the nation today from New

County Health Department. 'vehicles accounted for 19 Adopted as this year's thousands of Florida youngsters. certed efforts are being made." England to the Rockies.

Next largest killer was cancer deaths among residents of the "Theme Boy" of the national Florida ranks 36th in the nation ,When D. R. Claude Purcell, showers A Cloudy and mild scattered + a........:.-- Rain, snow, hail and strong
fatalities Another 14 nonresidentsdied youth guidance organizationwith I ,Georgia superintendent of edu- and a few thunder storms winds made the weather pat-
with 92 reported. county. I in the latest report on high through Saturday Low tonight 62 to ,, up
:There were 86 deaths from cere- in motor vehicle accidentsin the slogan "The Right" An school dropouts issued by the cation, set out to find why drop- 12 a,to high 22 knot Saturday winds. In 70s. Southerly tern in many areas.

:bral vascular diseases, 5 from the county.A swer For Every Boy, Dennis Association.. outs occur, he said: "We should D Partly cloudy and mild Severe thunderstorms with
National Education through Saturday. -
will make his short. Low tonight about
Jchronic nephritis and 46 from breakdown of other accidental appearance Of all Florida's ninth graderswho i have gone upstream to find out 60. high Saturday 7] to 10. Southerly ; tornadic winds in some sections
ly throughout Gainesville via 12 to 20 mile! winds.
who has been
';miscellaneous cardio-vascular-I deaths by residents and nonresidents materials. were in school in 1959-60,: throwing themin. E. F. G. H, I Partly cloudy and of Missouri and Illinois, hit Mid-
in the is follows -printed display ." mild through Saturday. Low tonight in
disorders. as
penal county graduated in west areas Thursday night and
65.7 per cent were high Saturday 71 to (5. Southeastand tNSw
w. Other non accidental deaths : poison1 resident; falls, According to Mike Kreshka, Studies show that the main south 12 to 20 mild winds. spread eastward.
maternal 1 6 residents '4 nonresidents Executive Director of the Boys' 1963. reason for drop outs is the fail- J. K Partly cloudy and mild P
follows ; through
were as : ; Saturday. Low tonight 72. .1_ "- Qi.
.. 'drowning, 2 residents, 1 nonres- Club of Gainesville, this material Georgia has the highest percentage ure of pupils to read well. This, high mostty Saturday 15 to around 20 mile to.winds.Southeasterly Tornadic winds struck the

'ident; machines, 1 resident; fire will be distributed prior to of high school dropoutsof in turn, leads to a sense of in- GAINESVILLE WEATHER metropolitan St. Louis area,

I and explosion, 5 residents; fire-| National Boys' Club week, April any state. It ranks 50th in the adequacy and failure. TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE High Law Pnclp Municipal Airport readings with rain and hail, and swept

: n anion arms, 1 resident and 1 nonres- 6 through 11. NEA report. One step above Pupils themselves give other Miami Jacksonville. ....-..... 77 73 41 for 24 hours to 8 ajn. today: eastward into Illinois. One per-
ident; all other accidents, 5 residents In addition to the posters, Georgia's 56.8 per cent graduation -' reasons for dropping out of high Tampa ...:.......::: 71 = High 78 at 3 p.m., low 54 at 7 son was reported missing and
Atlanta ............. 70 more than 40 others suffered
I cards 55 -
Idles and 4 nonresidents. counter cards, car ,I is New Mexico with 57.& school Here are several: New Orleans..74 63 ajn. No rainfall.
:; Dispute and window displaysto .... M 35 M minor injuries in the violent
streamers 48th with 58.2. "I bored.
Kentucky was was ::socit
:::.::.. to 43 ALMANAC
be featured in various busI- "I wanted to buy a car." Denver .............. 54 32 .40 Sunset today 4:tt p.m. spring storm.Thunderstorms.
More About the highest Ft. Worth ... ........, 61 Sunrise tomorrow
California reported ; am.
i Coal Mines ness establishments, radio and "I,wanted to get married. Los Angeles ........,5* 44 Moonrlse tomorrow 12.92 a.m. broke out dur-
will coincide with the obser- number of high school graduatesfrom "I had to go to work." I Seattle .uu..... .. 52 3: Last Quarter Saturday night. ing the night in Indiana and
The planet. ,
I Mercury still higher
BrazilFrom vance of National Boys' Club its 1959-60! class of ninth Trade schools in Georgia have I CEDAR KEY TIDES above Jupiter tonight. Is now about Ohio and rain splashed across
cent. Minne- 93 million miles from the Earth or the
a-union dispute kept soft coal Week. graders-87.5 per fewer dropouts than regular I Saturday High at 7:33 am. and same distance as the Sun. the East Coast from seuthernNew
with 85.5 5:15 Low at 12.17 and 11.13 MARINE
sota was second per pjn am. FORECAST England into northern
toines,in six states idle today.fThere high schools and millions of EAST GULF: Southerly 15 to 25 knot
little of solu-' Page 1 AP's Viet Nam cent. Nebraska was third with dollars have been approved for 11.m. High at f:<< a m. and I:33PJTW winds through Saturday. Partly arase.
was hope a Low at 1.35 a.m. and 12.54 p.m. cloudy.
lion before Saturday.at the earl 84.5: per cent. statewide vocational industrial] In the West, snow, with strong

iest.J said the Brazilians now face Reporter Wins Do the figures tell the whole arts and trades schools. Fire-Day Forecast northerly winds, fell along the

The dispute, which early this "very difficult problems" par story? "The youngsters in trade eastern slopes of the northern

)week affected Ohio, West Virginia ticularly those arising out of Inflation Press AwardNEW school may not care about a Temperatures through Wed- extreme north Florida to 83 and Rockies. Five inches of snow

and Pennsylvania, spread He said it will "take No, they don't, says ThomasD. Latin verb, but when they work nesday are expected to average 70 extreme south. No importantday fell in a six-hour period in Lan

Thursday to Kentucky, Illinois enormous efforts" for the Bra- YORK (AP-Malcolm) Bailey, Florida superintendent with wood or metals and know about five degrees above sea- to day changes are indicated. der, Wyo. The stormy weather

ind Indiana. zilians to get their economic Browne, Associated Press cor- of public schools. their livelihood is involved sonal normals. Normal Rainfall is expected to be covered areas in Colorado, Wy-
house in order. respondent in Saigon South they'll stay with it," Mrs. highs limited to few '
t Thousands of miners stayed says a scattered show oming, Nebraska, Kansas, New
Viet Nam named winner of "There is too much of a ten- and low from 76 and 52
,was Bernice McCullar, director of range ers mostly in the north
fcway from their jobs, but off!- portion. Mexico and Arizona.
The Johnson message had the the Overseas Press Club award dency to look at the problem as public information at the Georgia '
of United Mine Work-
fcials the
effect of clearly establishingU.S. Thursday for the "best dailynewspaper a matter of statistics, Bailey Education Department.Florida's I I Cold weather continued in
Union said the confused
"fn pat- recognition of the new re- or wire service re- said in a recent speech. official position dif- Alaska Commission parts of the northern Midwest
of the strikes made it difficult

Jem gime less than 24 hours after porting from abroad during fers. Bailey the to to Urge; and in the snowstorm belt with
says answer
to estimate the exact num- Mazzilli took office. "As ,critical as the problemmay
1963." the lies temperatures in the teens and
i er.> be, it is a symptom, not dropout problem some- 20s. One of the low marks
t It appeared, however, that at With the ouster of the Goulart The judges chose Browne'sdispatches an illness in itself.:When youngsters where besides the trade school.I Modernized Transportation' 14 at Sault Ste. Marie, Mich.was
from Viet Nam for "A sound academic
Jeast 10,000 were out in the six government, U.S. officials see finally take the step to education
for Improved relations -their "lucidity in content and ;may well prove more universally. I
tates. an opportunity
out it is the last step, and WASHINGTON (AP) Pres- The
drop railroad :
; At issue is discontent over a with the South American compactness in style. They ,It can be done as early as may L. Forest>< PTA
not ident Johnson's Alaskan
contract signed last week be- country. There was no noted that "his stories seem as ing technology than some typeof Recon- Anderson said, and different

iween the UMW and the Bitu- mention in the brief presidential) alive now as when they were "Long before they become narrow vocational training," struction Commission plans to types of bases may be built. Plans WorkdayMembers

Jninous Coal Operators AssocIa- message of Goulart, who was .lot news." dropouts, they have become says Bailey. recommend modernization of The state's fishermen may re-

It was the first contract deposed by the_military becauseof Previously, Browne had won 'left! outs'." Bailey suggests having coun- transportation facilities and ceive modern craft in an at- of the Lake Forest

tion. by W.A. Boyle, pres- his leftist leanings. the Headliners' photojournalism What's lacking in the present ties prepare studies to define the fishing boats in the earthquake- tempt to overcome gains madein PTA will don their work clothes

of the UMW for less than plaque for his picture and school ? problem in their areas. Potential recent years by the Soviet and roll up their sleeves..tomorrow -
"The American people program
iwo years, and provided a $2- watched with anxiety the political story of a Buddhist monk who "Our schools are failing to dropouts should be spotted ear shattered state. Union and Japan, Andersonsaid. for the s c h 0 ol's annual

wage increase that raises the and economic difficulties burned himself to death. The provide a curriculum adequateand ly. It can be done as early as Sen. Clinton P. Anderson, D- workday. ,.

HaUy base rate to $26.25. i through which your great na same picture won the grand acceptable to the needs of the sixth grade, he says. N.M., chairman of the commis- Senate Democratic Leader Painting, planting and -picking -
: Miners, however, say theytion't prize in the world press photo School should be diversified Mike Mansfield of Montana said
I tion has been passing and have children of diverse and varying programs sion, said Thursday after its up in the school yard gets
want a wage increase, admired the resolute will of the contest in The Hai ue. abilities," Bailey said. to meet the needs of that the civil rights debate under way at 8:30 a.m. After the
only better fringe benefits and Horst Faas of The Associated diverse students. for first meeting with Johnson that would hold
Brazilian community to resolve "They become 'push outs' be- Programs not up congressionalaction workday a spaghetti supper will
seniority. protection. these difficulties within the Press was awarded a citationin cause we push them out of slow readers and those retardedin the government-owned Alaska on Johnson's request for be served. The supper will cost

; The new, contract provides a framework of constitutional de- the "best still photographic school with a traditional aca- mathematics should be railroad and military bases I$50 million in federal emergency -. 75 cents for adults and 50 cents
$25 increase in the $ZOO vaca- for his coverage stressed. were not suited to Alaska's
civil reporting" category funds
mocracy and without demic pace we expect all chil- for Alaska. for children.
Jion allowance. But miners say I strife," Johnson told Mazzilli, of Viet Nam.. dren to maintain. And regret- Groups of students should needs before last Friday's ----

e man can make $280 at his who moved up from the presi The Overseas Press Club tably,there is another categoryfor team up and ,help the slower quake.

regular rate and would lose II dency of the Brazilian Chamberof awards will be made at the students who do not com- fellow, the potential dropout, ONE AUNITED SUNSHINE STATEDICKINSON |

money on vacation. Deputies.The club's silver jubilee dinner at Bailey says.Alabama T" >
Involves plete school. Fireside ChatsIn % SPEAKS TO
r Another complaint reports its dropout
the Americana Hotel on April 7, \
enter the
paid holidays. Under the contract congratulatory tone of the when Secretary of State Dean "Once they situation is improving. Austin R.
double time is paid only in line with ear- world they becomewithouts', Viet Nam
message was Meadows, superintendent of education
those who actually work on aiaid lier unofficial word that Washington Rusk will be the principal [Bailey said. "Without skill, Alabama has had "YOU THE PEOPLE"Tomorrow

holiday and miners feelihe _was. pleased with, Gou- speaker. money, jobs or hope, an increase says of more than 8,000 SAIGON,: South Viet Nnr
It isn't known exactly how (AP-South Viet Nam's military
companies won't t s' -ousfe r. ...::== pupils in high schools
work on the seven paid ..holtJlays. Puts Himself many Florida youngsters are per year premier, Maj. Gen. Nguyen
wIn In his note Johnson sald'The dropping out of school now. during the past few years.A Khanh, is going to.give.a week- Night ii.

'. relations of friendship and cooperation Canine Alibi A rough estimate: of a total spokesman for the Tennessee ly fireside chat as part of his

between our two gov 1962-63 enrollment of 1,188,975 Department of Educationsays program to rally public supportfor -

ernments and people are a great In Doghouse pupils, 206,150 withdrew duringthe : "The high dropout rate for his goernment's war on the CHANNEL 4 : -

The historical legacy for us both anda year, 123,695 transferred to any state means that that state Communist Viet Cong. 9:30-10: p.mTAPE. :

precious asset in the interestof LOS ANGELES (AP-When other schools in the state, 82,455 is going to have a correspondingly -I

peace and prosperity and Daniel M. Jacobs went to courton unaccounted for. Its estimated high bill to pay later in The government announced
were PRED
and of 90 I welfare and correctional prob- today that Khanh would makea
CapitolBy liberty in this hemisphere a charge speeding that about 63,000 left the

in the whole world."I miles_an hour, he took along his state and 18,700 dropped_out of lems.- ,- radio address every Saturday DiCKinson .
only defense witness hiS aog. Louisiana recently received night.
in Florida.
school stayed
look forward the continued
to -
Roth are now in the doghouse.The of three commendations from the
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS strengthening of those relations judge refused to allow The official estimate drop- NEA for efforts to learn what Gainesville Sun CANDIDATlllor GOVERNOR
WASHINGTON AP-In the and to our intensified coop- outs is 12,000 to 14,000 a year. '
: Otto Von Bismarck I, a Dober- of causes dropouts and what to do
news from, Washington: eration in the interests of eco- However, the proportion pupils Published evenings except
the about
to enter them.
man pinscher
1 officials nomic and social jus- remaining in school to grad- Saturday and Sunday mom- .. "- "'- -.---
: VIET NAM: Defense progress
courtroom. Jacobs, 25 promptly Virginia -
reports improvement ings by the Gainesville Publishing -
uation has been increasing stead-
,day they are encouraged by the tice for all and of hemisphericand 101 SE
hung a portrait of the 9monthold in the 1962-63 school year, com- Company at
,pew( South Viet Nam gov rnIlent's world peace." pet on a hatrack and then ily. For example, in 1940 the na- pared to 196162. The Virginia 2nd Place, Gainesville Florida
I tional median number of school and entered as second class
( increases emphasis on South America's biggest country stated his case to the jury."I 1 was 8.4 by Education Department ran a matter at the Post Office at RECORDER
{raining forces to fight at night. faces enormous problems of I wouldn't drive that fast because years completed and ;1960 survey and reported that in 46 Gainesville. Florida.CIRCULATION .
1950 it was 9.3 years by
: Latest figures from the U.S. reorganization and reform, and I wouldn't endanger my I per cent of the cases, parentswere RATES BY
command at Saigon show that Washington experts say many I dog's life, and he was in the car I jt was 10.6 years. indifferent whether children CARRIER OR MAIL -HEADQUARTERS-

'12 per cent of all recent tactical difficulties lie ahead for the new with me," he said. "He's too I Florida showed even greater finished high school
median of 1 Week .45
I from
'raining{ has been at night. For regime. valuable to,risk driving at such: improvement a In Texas, the department of 3 Mos. $5.85
officers, the I 8.3 years in 1940 to 9.6 years in GAINESVILLE'S
noncommissioned The Johnson administration is a speed. education has under study a re- DIRECT
,figure rises to 50 per cent. reported ready to assist with Jacobs, conducting his own. 1950 and to 10.9 years: in 1960.to quest of Gov. John Connally for be All paid man in advance.subscriptions must
other states
The How are trying
; KENNEDY GRAVE: these problems in any way itcan.The case, then claimed the prosecutor pilot programs to help local districts FACTORY DEALER"No
solve the problem? Member of Audit Bureau of
steady pilgrimage to the Arlington -
United States has put! disliked dogs. I find solutions to school Circulation.
National Cemetery grave- hundreds of millions of dollars The jury convicted Jacobs. He In Georgia, educators have problems.The Middleman's Profit""rriiNr'
,fcde of President John F. Ken- I for and I long been: aware of the serious An material contained herein' Is '
into Brazil through loans and got five days speeding Texas governor has said: the property of the Gainesville
fledy is increasing. grants in recent years. But what I five days for contempt, arising dropout problem' and have at- "This. has become one of our J Publishing Company' (c) 1964. Reproduction -
J "It is:more than we could post I tacked it for some time. I In whole or In part Is
from his remarks concerningthe
actually can be done now will most severe educational and | strictly forbidden without the written
ibly conceive," Cemetery Superintendent I dog's treatment.Otto "Our greatest hope for improvement I I permission of the publisher.CALL I
depend on how quickly the country economic problems. I T
_ John Metzler said settles down after the politi- faithfully waiting the I in dropouts lies in ./ I YOU

Jhursday. cal revolution and what assist hall,was sent to an animal she I joint cooperative effort of com- --.. -

a On Easter Sunday, Metzler ance it seeks for new programs, ter. munity and school," says Dr. WANT IS A -: '
laid persons wishing to file past of action. ,

(he Kennedy grave-:marked byIs -
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'Qp to 1H hours. More About I Earl C. May

:Plans for,a statue of Kennedy Fair Ruled Out 524-4 SPEEDS
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b be built in the Chamizal area ,I
,.t Mexico the U.S. border Representing
near Russiae sentenced!
NEW YORK (AP) Robert "a captive audience
at El Paso, Tex., were announced Moses, head of the New York to watch its tawdry message." ; The Equitable Life

Thursday by the Mexan -I 1 World's Fair has won court Any screening device put up I "
o Assurance
government. permission to erect a screento by Moses, the company said, : ; Society
: :Under' treaty negotiated by shchev was visiting Hungary.The hide a 10-foot high neon ad. amounted to a "spite fence."

ennedy and Mexico President I Soviet premier indicated vertising sign of a grocery The food chain's comp 1 a i n t 0E
Adolfo Lopez Mateos, Mexico is [public annoyance with his Chinese chain. was dismissed yesterday by

'recovering the small piece offend I critics on Wednesday by' The Great Atlantic & Pacific State Supreme Court Justice Phone FR 2.1449MONEY'

: thus ending a century-long saying Peking wanted to spread' Tea Co. has a plant adjacent to Louis J. Capozzoli, who said

dispute. I world revolution on an empty the fair grounds in Queens.The "the court is satisfied that

t BOWLES: Chester Bowles,I stomach. i huge red neon sign atop there has been a total failure of

'1J.S. ambassador to India, precJ.cls -i "Isn't it. better to have good the plant reads "Jane Parker proof by the plaintiff to show I

India will outstrip Red goulash Khrushchev asked A&P Baked Goods." Moses malice on the part of the .
Jhina in the development race applauding Budapest factory said fairgoers should not be World's Fair." WAS -
between the two Asian giants. '. workers. "
$125.00 '
*"I'd certainly bet on India Hungary's Communist party _

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Greets New Brazilian President

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: Jistration will recognize extreme i ii cent of the cultivated land al-:past U years but little has been;conservatives stay together a

Iii Light of Military Coup, i reactionary regimes, even if!though more than 60 per cent done. about them.' Yet under I[coup by leftists is unlikely. .1.1I I I _

they take over illegally, !of its more than 75 million in the I
remains peo- Goulart past year inflation But how long revolution can;I f

:,.Not Constitutional Vote I to be seen.. The group in,governments in Latin America. amounted to 81 per cent. be avoided -.without wide reforms -

I control now in Brazil is con-:pie gain a living-often sparse There has been crisis after to give more people a
JAMES : servative.It's crisis in the economy. Whether better share of the
By MARLOW I stories from Brazil has bluntly I-from farming. I living-is a I
Associated Press News Analyst called, Goulart's left Mazzilli can do any better remains -question that will haunt any regime -I :
regime a a nation where 8 cent ,More than 60 plans for farm{) to be But
.WASHINGTON (APPresident leaning. Communist influenced I'I per seen. so longas I which tries to stand pat I
of the landowners hold 75 }reforms have been made in the the and the .
Johnson has used unusual I government. The Johnson ad per | army wealthy and ignore the problem. I I

language in sending fast greetings ministration wants no more.
to Brazil's new president,I Communist takeovers in the

Paschoal.In his message Ranieri admiration Mazzilli.Johnson expressed Americas.And Goulart had let Commu-I JUST A FEW DAYS LEFT AT VARIETY STORE'S!

for mists move into high positions.Last .

the way Brazilians month U.s. diplomats
stationed in Latin America were
their difficult- Analysis I : called here for a three-day stra-

ties "within the \V11atTl1e tegy 'session on Johnson admin- BIG BARGAIN BONANZA
framework of News istration policies in the,
constituti a 1 Means hemisphere! I i
democracy and
After the meeting one source
without civil
strife." told this story of what hap-

Yet, the new president's as- pened: BEFORE THE"I
cension to office was the result Among other issues the diplomats i BUY NOW
of a military coup-not a discussed how far the! PRICE RISE .

constitutional process-in which United States should go in op-!
the army threw out the elected posing certain dictatorships and I

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.--- JU1SISON. PreaJ..t ... Ntw Vnrk irintt FORMER VICE PRES- Francisco left this formula ed inside the line of general-

JOH rhUth L) FAT COWLEfc Vfc Treetae.ta SOUTHBy By Arthur Krock IDENT Nixon, while on the equally as vacant of that specific ization. The best way to deal

ED JOHX8OX. TU rr*>tdc.t ground at Saigon in a tour which alone would makeit with the USSR. "Or any Com-
.U.. War W. G. (Bm) WASHINGTON-Criticisms
Zi e
Florida's. Beautiful -EBEZSOU.* : Tl4. rw M... M* ** of ,the administration's for- among the foreign clients of meadngful. munists," he said was to

University. City' tip*1 LIONE.vtitislsf YU DlrtcUn Tnr cent BOB ft.4 TABTAG C T.mU, FlHtor RALPH Frlte Wtontof McGILL..'U. rOl eign policies by the foremost ment his law with firm the, expressed estimate agree-he'attributed For instance, if "e v e r y- stand up to them and call

:V- Uh M&aaer. I Ole .AUmmU (Ga..) CuUt.UM Republican leaders this week to "many American thing necessary" turns out to any bluff: ,It is "silly" and

proved the accuracy of Sen- officials" he has encounteredthat be the active involvement of "naive" for the United Statesto

ator Fulbright's complaintthat indecision and inconsis- base its Immediate
f THE SUN'S POLICY ", ; ; United States military forces own or
... !(. Johnson'sPolitical where the Far East is tency of the administration'sViet collective defense on the signatures -
1. Report the news fully and Impartially In the news columm.z. concerned, "an elaborate vo- Nam policy have broughtthe on the Asian mainland,
_0'. 2..Expreu tM opinions of the Sun in-but only f editorials ..t cabulary of make-believe has United States to a "crit- Nixon's comment no more of Communist govern
o 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. ments to treaties. That
become compulsory in both of- ical turning-point" in South- than McNamara's preparedthe
.s- telephones All Departments-372-8441 t'" ficial and public discussion." east Asia. American people for such seem' to rule out a neutralization -

I :. a Want Ads-376-4672 For the Republicans halted "The United States," he an order from an administration pact for the two segments -
I where criticized the ad- "cannot afford in of Viet Nam, as General
they said toy more power now or next
T 'Past'The ministration for halting-the compromises with the Communists year. De Gaulle has proposed.But .
point where generalizationsfor whether called neu- President Johnson has '
U. S. Policy Toward Cuba .t : "victory" in Viet Nam end tralization somet h i n g THE SAME DARKNESS in- taken the same stand in present -

and specific proposals begin. else." But, u. also approvingthe the or foreseeable circumstances. -
Senator William Fulbright's have been tried, too, and found. in- text for this piece about The only difference, since the latest statement by Secre- vocabulary of the .

thoughtful speech on foreign policyto effective. President Johnson is from the Republicans employed the tary of defense McNamarathat other Republican critics Senator Fulbright in the

a nearly empty Senate was procedurally Greek p h 11 o s ophers and same "vocabulary of m a k e- "everything necessary to where this possible prospectis spech some Republicans have
Jewish prophets; namely, that believe," was that the critics victory" will be done, the dis- concerned. Senator Gold- attacked as "appeasement "
] part of the Southern filibuster Fulbright thinks the U. S. should the past is present in us. made the more militant tinguished Republican world water, too, was telling recent attacked as "appeasement,,"

on the civil rights bill. Ac- now relax its own trade restrictions, It is fashionable now, at sounds typical of an opposi- trotter and dark horse in the audiences that if elected, he actually offered a more specific -

tually it was addressed to the entire that trade in nonstrategicitems cocktail parties and luncheons tion. forthcoming stake-race at San would invoke a firm policy in program than they. Two
nation, and it was a responsible ex- and in after dinner Viet Nam. But. in his re- options, be said, call for
has a positive value in reducing conversations, to analyze marks the inchoate
ercise of free speech by the chair- The BELOW OLYMPUS By 'Interlandi same thorough re-examination: Expand -
tensions and strengthening the President Johnson. cyni- qualification appeared: He the conflict in South
; man of the Senate Foreign Rela- cal tend to dismiss him as would "do all that is necessary Viet Nam or "bolster the capacity ,

tions Committee.It foundations of peace. merely an unusually astute T- 11i ." of the South Vietnamese -

professional politician who can He did cross into specificsat to prosecute the war suc-

was promptly attacked by Sen- "We have flattered a noisy but "swap apples know for orchards"But that is too the line at which most of cessfully on its present scale,"
even they
ator Everett Dirksen (Rep., 111.), minor demagogue by treating ,himas and glib an answer and the other Republicans have meanwhile supporting them

Senator Jack Miller (Rep., la.) if he were a Napoleonic menace," that easy it falls far short of the it( i i halted alongside the adminis- "by available.the most" effective means
tration. He would "interdict"the
Iand Republican National Chairman Fulbright put it. mark.
North Viet
Nam supply
William E. Miller. Miller called it a routes of the Communists BUT THE POLITICAL orator -
trial balloon for the administration, This would be a very sharp needed to awakenthe fightirg the g o v e r nment who had made the- 'mosf-

.; presaging a disastrous backdown in change in a policy on which Ameri- Congress.was How did the forces in South Viet Nam, definite proposal is, charac-

policy. cans have put great stress. But if President make it come to 1 which implies he would at teristically, Sneator Morse of
least employ the U. S. Air Oregon.
the policy is futile, the United States life and assume interest and
Force to bomb them out. But
The White House promptly announced should not allow considerations of respopsibility' for an assaulton he also predicated this on "if "This Is a civil war," be'said.
poverty, the problem of "A horrendous
I that Fulbright spoke only "face" and possible emotional public retraining those who may be necessary" so that the only made in this country'sgoing mistakewas -

for himself, that he had consultedno reactions to bar reconsideration. salvaged from the vast and implied difference with what into (it) .We oughtto

.. one in the administration, and growing pool of unemployedand the President' and McNamarahave get our troops out..Not

that Fulbright's remarks about Cu- Senator Fulbright has raised a young drop outs, and the actual said war is is that in,South since VietNam the tonight," but after using"procedures" ,.
for national
ba and Panama did not represent serious question worthy of serious possibilities .. ; between Communist and which will enable
growth in urban and area redevelopment -
"us to arrive
administration policy, although study. On the failure of the eco- ? No apples W- non-Communist South Vietna- commodation." anac-
"thoughtful consideration, as always nomic boycott to date at least, he is were swapped for orchards.A ftftI ; mese, the administ ation

: will be given to his views." clearly right.However part of Lyndon Johnson's r s If'U \ would confine Air Force bombing Very few agree with Morse.
bU activity to the depots in But, unlike the
past is right out of the,Popu- Republican
list revolt. He heard it from South Viet Nam where the critics, whose party includesa
For now, let's look just at Ful- just because there seemsto his daddy, his granddaddy, supply routes from Hanoi terminate presidential candidate who

bright's proposals on Cuba. There be no completely satisfactory or his uncles and aunts. He listened $ W$ and Goldwater would is the agent and part archi-

the senator sees only three alterna- easy way to deal with the Cuban to stories of the Grangers "How disappointing I was under the impression bomb them at their sources. tect of the administration'sViet

tives (there are probably more) : problem right now should not lead and their attempts to lift Goldwater's candidacy had finally .gotten students FORMER Nam policy the Oregon
of the load PRESIDENT EI- maverick Is not saying in div! '
invasion to destroy the Castro regime to an attitude of minimizing the some and credit rates exploitation of the interested in politics!I" senhower, who was among the ers tones the same thingsthe ;

an economic boycott to bring problem. A Communist Cuba remains backs of the farmers and cat- Republican\ critics, also stay- administration is saying.

_ him down, or acceptance of his regime a vital concern to the United, tlemen. Labor and agrarian

as a disagreeable reality not States, especially in its capacity for discontent were a thunder in THE CONSERVATIVE VIEWPOINT, 0

likely to be removed in the near fu subversion in the hemisphere. Someof the rived.land by the time 1880 ar .' r.. '

ture. Fulbright's language might imply .
The J 0 h n s ons had been
that Castro, .Cuba could simply. small farm people in North New Adventures Constitutionalismreligion

Fulbright says no responsible e be pushed'out of mind and dismissagf Georgia before they moved to .. ,.

statesman now favors invasion.|J :r ed:2 Uttle..JOit equE=nce. But he is Texas in the pre.._CiviLAf&S:: By DAVID LAWRENCE1WASHINGTON "race color
religion be
days. Their descendants were sex or atheists. over another. Certainly
regards the economic boycott as a right if he means that the U. S.
a part of the discontent that The "Civ' national origin," the proposed But the problem with respect there Is nothing to indicate
failure to date, and sees little chanceof should not get frozen in its policieson led,to the Populist revolt that il Rights" bill, if enacted into legislation would permit ,discrimination to employment is not so that a citizen can, under the

its becoming successful, becauseAmerica's Cuba-or anything else but culminaetd in the Bryan law, will open up a whloe series against persons simple. The pending bill in the Constitution, be deprived of a
allies are unwilling to co should continually examine other Crusade of 1896. Populism had of adventures in constitu- because of their "atheistic Senate not only recognizes the job because of any beliefs.

operate. Measures to coerce them choices. .. reached its turbulent peak and tionalism. practices and beliefs" as well right to discriminate in employment Yet the Supreme Court has -
t' '. failed to win against atheists and
enough congresstonal as against persons who, are upheld compulsory unionization
", 'r support to attain its The Constitution gives Con- members of Communist Party those.holding communistic be- and has ruled against cit
GLENN WITHDRAWAL HELPS ends. There was fusion with gress the right "to regulate organizations.THIS liefs, but it also permits an izens who do not profess athe-

the Democrats and Bryan. commerce with foreign nations employer to advertise for per- ism or any belief in the,theory
I and among the sever- IS THE first time that sons of a particular religious of communism but who
SOME OF THE Western al states." Applying this Congress has dealt In the mat- belief and to exclude all oth- have preferred to stay out of
Ohio Republican Hopes Rise delegates to the Republican clause, the law makers have ter of employment with the ers wherever, as the bill any labor union because of
convention felt justified in passing stat- states religion is "a bona
... ... that nominated McKinley beliefs of an individual If fide their convictions and have
o walked out when the utes governing monopolies, Congress claims' the constitu- occupational qualification rea- thereby lost their jobs. Under
By RICHARD WILSON Glenn although Ohio Republicanism if Ohio voters should nomi- GOP opposed the coinage of price fixing, and the recog- tional right to prohibit or per- sonably necessary to the nor- the National Labor Relations

Chief, Cowles Washington has had a resurg- nate him he would not run silver and accepted, instead, nition of labor unions. But nowhere mit discrimination where color mal operation of that partic- Act the employer Is permitted -

Bureau ence. Taft is opposed for the for the Senate. Glenn's back- the Eastern financial plank of in the Constitution is or race or religion or beliefs ular business or enterprise." to enter into contracts

Republican nomination by Se- ers are saying they still will preserving the gold standard there any explicit power I bestowed > of any kind are involved, with a union pledging the dismissal -
WASHINGTON Republican from competition with silver. on Congress' to take then the Supreme Court of the WHAT THIS AMOUNTS to is of an employee who
cretary of State Ted W. work for his nomination, how
hopes for winning a Sen- The Democrats, and Bryan, away from employers the United States will be confronted a formal recognition that religious after 30 days does not join a
Brown but is considered a ever, in the hope that he will right to choose their
ate seat in Ohio rose Monday were accused of being Social- employees some day with some beliefs can be a factorin union. This, of course.is pun... .
of Col. winner unless there is a big change, his mind. Glenn ists, anarchists, brigands, traI- even if this means interesting questions.Will employment practices. But ishing a man for his beliefs,
with the announcement tors and refusing to hire of a the Constitution
upset would not endorse 74-year-old worse. A pious Eastern persons does not give and the cases heretofore have
John Glenn Jr., one of the Senator he clergyman, in a ,wealthy particular color religion or it, for example decide Congress any such broad legal dealt solely with
Young voluntary
original astronauts, that he If Sen. Stephen M. Youngis church, damned the Democratic national origin. that atheism is a religious be- power to approve or disapprove agreements between

feels incapable of running. on the nominee for reelection was staying in the Marine platform of 1896 as anti The extent to which the new lief? Not long ago, in ruling on of religious beliefs.In individuals employers private and

the Democratic ticket. Ohio political observers think Corps and could not engagein Christian and as an instru- legislation is bound to open up prayers in the schools, it decided fact, it specifically says unions.IN .
political activity. ment "made in hell" constitutional controversies is in favor of defendantswho that "Congress shall make
The ultimate beneficiary of that Taft's prospects are indicated by a provision in the professed atheistic be- no law respecting an estab-

: Colonel Glenn's misfortune, much better than with Glennas Senator Young is a former SMALL COUNTY peoplelike pending bill as it was passedby liefs. The Court held that local lishment of religion and prohibiting THE NEW however"civil the Rights"legislation issue
Republicans believe may be a candidate. However, even congressman who defeated the Johnsons, farmers, the House of Representatives. : governments could not direct the free exercise involved is ,in
Robert Taft, Jr, a congressman with Glenn running'some Sen. John W. Bricker for the teachers, cattlemen, talked This calls for a regulation that prayers be said in thereof." the one itself which intervenes
and of the late conservative Senate In 1958. The right-to- of the schools because government
son Ohio political observers have about Populism and Bryan fora employment prac- public The Supreme Court has even and lays down the<
Republican leader, work issue complicated this generation. We find this part tices. While forbidding any they might run counter to beliefs ruled that Congress cannot
given the edge to Taft. The election and is said to have that no employer can refuse
I' Sen. Robert A. Taft. of the past in the President.In discrimination because of of those who happened to pass any law which aids one to hire because of .
personable young son of the been talking of making a race,
an article on his political
Colonel Glenn, afflicted conservative Senator is under ;Bricker' defeat. Bricker has religion or national origin.
philosophy written !in 1958,
with dizziness and nausea been of Congress now would interpretthis
alking making a I
the wing of a practiced the then Senator discussedthe
a. following' a bathroom fall, Is professional comeback but National Com- particular principle to prohibit
under treatment in a San Antonio politician, Ray Bliss mitteeman Bliss, has not encouraged need for conservation of Voice of the People discrimination againstas
and the value
Tex. hospital and announced Ohio national committeeman.Bliss him and looks upon resources of.' well as discrimination in
sources an dthe value of help
his withdrawal Monday helped to engineer a the younger Taft as a stronger favor of certain types of relig
because be said he does victory for Richard M. Nixonin candidate.If ing the farmers. I ious activity.The .

:j not have the right to ask for Ohio in 1960 when the advantage "Obviously h a v tag come I On The Sun's Supreme Court will certainly -
; election simply because he appeared to favor Taft is elected to the Senate from a land like Texas," he Page have a hard time de-
.. the first American to John F. Kennedy. Kennedywas a strong political futureis wrote, "I feel this strongly. Of
was or- all endeavors Opinions .nd comments of Sun ,..de rt m w Uomt in the VK; of the ...,1. col....... Utters termining just how Congress
on which I have
.. bit the earth. greatly surprised by los- predicted for him. He was must be signed and bear the writers address. Na..... will .. withheld. if requested. A letter should gets the right to regulate em-
.. ing Ohio. elected at large in a state -; worked in public life, I am not exceed 500 word sad must be wrlttea o* .nfy e... tide of the poper. huffy u...t be used. The ployment practices on the basis
ROBERT TAFT, JR. is wide race in-196%. Taft is call- proudest of the accomplishments Sua reserves the risk Ie re{.*t any letter or to shorten it, without chcniing. the' writers .....i.e ... of religious beliefs by citing

generally expected to be COLONEL GLENN asked ed young,Bob, but is 47 years in developing the Lower the words: "To regulate
.v: the Republican nominee for that his name !be removed old. He was majority floor Colorado River during the intent.Writers Errs merated powers to be Consti!. partments, was also orderedto commerce." For Con essro

the Senate, and there was from the ballot, but he spoketoo leader of the Ohio House of 1930s and 1940s. It is not the tutional stop giving the test to any- effect, will not just be regulating -
.* doubt that be could beat late. Glenn said that even Representatives. clamming of the stream or the On DefinitionEDITOR powers.SCHOOLBOY body. commerce. It will be

harnessing of the floods in The reason given by the regulating! relations ,between
which I take pride, but, rather Sun: OBSERVER Tests for Jobs FEPC: It was "unfair" to citizens on the basis of retain :
4,. POTOMAC FEVER in the ending of the wasteof has made a serious error in "disadvantaged and culturally beliefs. ,
,",*,f* the region." his letter published in the Sun Unfair? deprived groups." The If, therefore, the power "to
There is in the President on March 30. He "Con Tribune and other regulate '
:: By Fletcher Knebel Cowles Washington Bureau says Chicago commerce now does
out of his past a feeling gress does not have powers EDITOR Sun: A decisionthis commentators upon the decisions include the right of Congress
t A poll shows the people are.confused about our policy in Viet Nam. For that this nation ought to do other than those enumeratedin month by the Illinois interpreted this to mean to determine what association -

.,4 once, the people and the government are in complete agreement on an issue. something about poverty its the Constitution'* FEPC- an organization closely that employer ,would have employees may or

-- unemployed, the slums of If this were correct, perhaps resembling the Fair Em to hire those' who couldn't may not have with each'other
.* Barry Goldwater says he has no ambition to be president. Just a hankering great cities and education and the rest of OBSERVER'S ptoymeet Practices Commission meet minimum job require. the Supreme Court will

..'. to be coramander-in-chlef. care for the needy. This is in argument would follow; but proposal that would beset ments. have its hands full trying to
hIs genes. He beard it as a boy the fact is that Congress has up under the civil rights Can a company which cannot justify thIs clause cf the Constitution -
The Treasury hoards its last silver dollars for an emergency. Suppose, for from men who believed it. He both enumerated and implied bill as passed by the House, select Its employes on u covering religious

.. instance, some bright kid wants to see if he can throw one across the river? believed.It powers. Of course ,it alwaysis has caused some prominent the basis of ability control Its beliefs.It .

:: is well, in assaying President arguable whether or not a Northern Senators much con quality and hope to stay In is indeed difficult to
Who says LID doesn't belong !in the White House? No sooner did he leave Johnson to remember power Is Implied, but if it cern. bu1nw7Perhaps how, the Court see be

the place for Texas than the angry heavens dumped tons of snow on the this. He is sillied. He does understand turns out that both the Congress In ,this decision, an employer the "education" on both sides Supeme of this questionhow can --

mansion. that politics is the and the Supreme Court was ordered to hire an ap- provided by this Illinois FEPC it that
can Congress
..... art of the possible. He also is say
would olicant for
-- be exercised under the employment who decision will help clear the has the
'.; You'll know the desire for education has reached the bursting point. when good at swapping apples for proposed civil rights bill arc fad failed an aptitude test smoke screen that the up broad discrimination right to because negate of any

i you hear of the first school sit-in. orchards. But-he "believes"and implied powers, then it won't liven to an who applied for delegation of power to the and at the same time religion
-- be has com m I tments. matter that they are not the same kind of work. The Federal underOBSERVER >-
A British columnist the Beatles have become bunch of bores. There's These help "explain him" government to permit employers to.
; says a enumerated powers. employer who for years had'.aeeue. .. hire
to atheists
4n Tcloubt they have a' terrific-beat .but,it's hammering that one note to death mere than afiytbteg ebe. : -'sThey.dea't hsve?to:be i"'-*>.espfeyed:Ngre eC la 'aIrdef '"." believe in communI ori If1'


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4 a Sun Friday; April 3, 1964

passed through the city yesterday -I announced Sunday.

I CONSCIENCEOF COLORED en route to Tallahassee. I Di'-can Brothers, morticians,
NEWSI Miss Esther R. Turner, of are in charge.

Clearwater, passed through the '
B. F. Childs Colored MRS. CORA MURPHY
Sun University City yesterday en I
Qiaim5uill II CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSGreater list Church. Mrs. Mayola Chat-'route to Jacksonville. Funeral s e r v i ces for Mrs

1 Ft. Clark Missionary' men, reporter. 1 i'Cora Murphy of Micanopy will
S be held at the Paradise Methodist
THE Baptist Sunday School, 10 I -
a. m., morning worship, preaching PLANS MEETING Church at Micanopy Sun-

JOHN R. HAEKISOX. President ..* and communion 11 a. m., The Pallbearers Lodge No. day at 3 p.m. Interment wilt
I rablUhtri FAT COWLES. Vice Fred SOUTHBy there will be business meet 113 will hold its regular meet- follow in the family plot there.

dents ED JOHNSON. Vie. Preslcle.tFlorida's ing at 2:30 p.m. Rev. W. A. ing on Tuesday, April 13, at 8 She died in the Alachua General -
W. G.
tad EzeeatlT Editors
Beautiful EBERSOLE. Vic PesUeBt *>4 Ad- Miles, pastor: Mrs. Mayola t p.m. at the regular meeting Hospital Tuesday after a

'University City r vertUiaf DlrecUri BOB TAKTAC- RALPH McGILL Chatman, reporter. place. brief illness.
LIONE. Vie President aa* Oreul Pulitzer Prize Wiuinf Publisher Johnson Chapel BaptistSun- The dues, endowments and Duncan Brothers, morticians
U.. K&Aaru. I Of Ue AUuU. (Ga.) CwutttvUM are in charge. _
School 9:45 to be during
day a.m.; morning: taxes are paid

worship, ll ajn.; afternoon i the meeting. Mrs. F.. D. Shan MRS. LUCY MILES

THE SUN'S POLICY : worship, Communion, 3 p.m.; non, reporter. Funeral services for Mrs.

1. Report the news fully and impartially In the news' columns. : Johnson'sPolitical Baptist Training Union, 6 p.m.; Lucy Miles will be held at the

2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in editorials ; ;J& and night services, 7:30 p. m. CONVALESCINGWillie Mt. Nebo Methodist Church on

3. Publish all sides of important controversial Issues. Q Rev. W. J. Taylor, pastor; Mrs.H. Brown is improvingafter Saturday at 3:30 p.m. with Rev.

-' Jones, reporter. having undergone surgery Damon Dell officiating. Interment -
The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 Emanuel in the Veterans' Hospital at
.. Baptist Sunday will follow in the Mt. Nebo
Want Ads-376-4672 : ., School, 10 a.m.; morning wor- Lake City..Mrs. F. D. Shannon, MlAW Cemetery.

: ., ship, 11 a. m.; B.' T. U.,, reporter. The Right Reverend Herbert I Her immediate survivors In-

-- : :' ', 6:30 p.m.; and evening worship Bell Shaw, presiding Bishop of clude her sisters, Mrs. Agnes

't/i .. 'Past'The Communion, 7:30 p. m., ALACHUA NEWS the Third Episcopal District of Brown and Mrs. Sophronia Wil-
U. S. Policy Toward Cuba :f Choir No. 2 will have its rehearsal -: SINGERS T" APPEAR the African Methodist Episcopal liams, city; and a brother, W.

Monday at 8 p.m.; The Star_ .t Gospel Singersand District of the African Meth- L. Davis, Sarasota.

Senator William Fulbright's have been tried, too, and found in- text for this piece about there will be prayer meeting the Crown Jubilee Singers, odist Episcopal Zion Church, Relatives are asked to meet

thoughtful speech on foreign policyto effective. President Johnson is from the Tuesday, 7:30 p.m. Rev. T. D. both from Gainesville, will appear -will conduct the annual Easter I at the home of her sister,')frs.

Senate Greek phi 1 o,s ophers and Davis pastor; Mrs. M. E. Mid- in a musical program at checkup meeting today at the Agnes Brown of 1634 NE 3rd
t i
nearly empty was
a pro-
Jewish prophets; namely, that dleton reporter. the Shiloh Baptist Church on local Zion Temple. The session :Ave., at 2:45: p.m.
cedurally part of the Southern fili- Fulbright thinks the U. S. should the past is present in us. Hopewell Baptist Sunday Sunday, April 12, at 3 p.m. will open at 12 noon. Presiding I Duncan Brothers, morticians,

buster on the civil rights bill. Ac- now relax its own trade restrictions, It is fa s h ionable now, at School, 10 a.m. After Sunday There is no admission price, elders, pastors and delegates i are in charge.

tually it was addressed to the entire cocktail parties and lunch- School there will be prayer ser-: but a free-will offering will be from throughout the South Flor-
arguing that trade in nonstrategicitems vices. Rev. W. J. Taylor will, accepted. Mrs. F. D. Shannon, THOMAS McCLENDON
eons, and in after ida Conference will be presentand
N nation, .and it was a responsible exercise Funeral services for Thomas
1 has a positive value in reduc- conversations, to analyze lead a joint service with his con- reporter. report.
of free ,speech by the chair- McClendon of Archer will be
gregation at the Damascus
President Johnson. The cyni- Bap- Shaw is his
man of the Senate Foreign Rela- ing tensions and strengthening the cal tend to dismiss him as tist Church today at 8 p. m. MUSICAL RECITAL SET third quadrennium with the held at the Galilee Baptist

tions Committee. 'foundations of peace. merely an unusually astute Mrs. Agnes Gordon, reporter.Mt. The Consolers, singers from South Florida Annual Confer- Church in Donaldsonville, Ga.,
who Pleasant Methodist Miami, and the Pilgrim Travelers on Sunday at 2 p.m. Intermentwill
professional politician can
ence. Delegates to the coming
Church School 9:30 singers from California,will follow in the family plot
I It was promptly attacked by Sen- "We have flattered a noisy but "swap apples for orchards. : a.m.; morn- General Conference plan to ask there.
But even they know that is too ing worship, Communion, 11 appear in a joint musical recital -
ator Everett Dirksen (Rep., Ill.), minor demagogue by treating himas easy and glib an answer and ajn.; and evening worship, 7 at the St. Matthew Baptist for His his wife return.Mrs. M. Ardelle He resided at Archer for the
Senator Jack :Miller (Rep., la.) if he were a Napoleonic menace," that it falls far short of the p.m. Love Feast will be observed Church at Alachua, today at 8 Shaw missionary supervisor of past 40 years.

and Republican National Chairman Fulbright put it. mark. today, 7:30 p.m. Rev. W. Duncan Brothers, morticians,
p.m.The bish-
district will the
X M. Ferguson, pastor.Mt. advance admission price help are in charge of local arrange-
William E. Miller. Miller called it
a of
op and have charge wom- ments.
MUCH MORE than politicalskill Herman Baptist S u n- $1; at door, $1.25. Tickets may
trial balloon for the administration, This would be a very sharp was needed to awakenthe day School, 9:30 a. m.; morn- be secured from the following en. They will be honored with a MAHAUA KNIGHT

,presaging a disastrous backdown in change in a policy on which Ameri- Congress. How did the ing worship, Communion, 11 persons: Mrs. W. M. Postell, testimonial service and banquet Friends of Mrs. Mahalia

policy. cans have put great stress. But if President make it come to a.m.; B.T.U., 5:30 p.m. and Mrs. Lou A. Aaron, Robert tonight at 8 o'clock in the Knight of 1010 NW Sixth Ave.

the policy is futile, the United States life and assume interest and evening worship, Communion, Simmons and at Mattie Hog- church annex. .will regret to'learn of her death

responsibility for an assaulton 7 p.m. Both Ushers Board No. an's Restaurant. Robert Simmons ,which occured yesterday at her
The White House promptly an- should not allow considerations of
poverty, the problem of 1 and Choir No. 2 will serve sponsor; Mrs. Lou E. home following extended
nounced that Fulbright spoke only "face" and possible emotional officers and members of
pub- retraining those who may be during the day. Rev. A. L. Jor- Aaron, reporter. illness.
r for himself, that he had consultedno lic reactions to bar reconsideration. salvaged from the vast and dan, pastor; Richard Harrison, the Mt. Sinai Baptist Association -I Funeral arrangements are in-

one in the administration, and growing pool of unemployedand assistant pastor, Mrs. E. L. PERSONALSMiss are to meet at the Friend- complete pending arrival of rel-

outs and thepossibilities Kimbrough reporter. Mary J. Smith and Miss ship BaptistChurch with Rev.D. atives and will be announced
that Fulbright's remarks about Cuba Senator Fulbright, has raised a young drop ,
t for national Zion Temple A.M.E. Zion Hattie Williams, both of Tam- E. White, pastor, Saturdayat
later White and Funeral
by Dorsey -
and Panama did not
I represent serious question worthy of serious growth in urban and area redevelopment Church School, 10 a.m.; morn- pa, will spend the weekend here 8 p.m., During the meeting Home. .

administration policy i although study. On the failure of the eco- ? No apples ing worship, 11 a.m.; an d ev- with friends. the pastors will make their re:

"thoughtful consideration, as always nomic boycott to date, at least, he is were swapped for orchards.A ening services, 7 p.m. pastor. Mrs. Mary H. Jones and son, ports. I MARK ALLEN '

I will be given to his views.' clearly right.However part of Lyndon Johnson's General Claims for 1964 to be James, of Jacksonville, were' SPECIAL NOTICEThe Mark Allen of Chiefland died

past is right out of the Popu- paid, and the Easter checkup guests here yesterday.Mrs. city wide Course of Thursday afternoon at the University -

list revolt. He heard it from will be held in the afternoon.Rev. Helen Johnson returnedto Spring Hill Baptist Church will Teaching Hospital following -

I For now, let's look just at Ful- just because there seems his daddy, his granddaddy, W. L. Soader pastor. Gainesville yesterday from be held at the church on Sat- a lingering illness. He

bright's proposals on Cuba. There to be no completely satisfactory or his uncles and aunts. He lis- Atlanta, Ga., where she was urday at 7:30 p.m. had lived in Chiefland for a

the senator sees only three alternatives easy way to deal with the Cuban tened to'stories of the Grangers AILING IN MED. CENTER called because of business. great number of years.
and their Mrs. Johnnie M. Robinson Mr. and Mrs. Albert Willi- eb tuariesWILUMA Allen was the father of Mrs.
(there are probably more) : problem right now should not lead attempts to lift
some of the load of exploitation wife of the president of the ams and son, Joe, all of Nash- Rosa Lee Dunmore lof '1033 SE
invasion to destroy the Castro regime to an attitude of minimizing the LEE 10th St. Gainesville.
and credit rates of the Religious Choirs' Union is ail- ville, Tenn., whose visit here '
an economic boycott to bring problem. A Communist Cuba remains backs of the farmers and cat ing in the J. Hillis Miller Medical and Jacksonville for the past Funeral services for Willima Funeral arrangements are

him down, or acceptance of his regime a vital concern to the United tlemen. Labor and agrarian Center. two: weeks has been pleasant, Lee will be held at the Falling j I:incomplete and will he ;0'-.
She member of the St. left for their home. Creek Baptist Church at L a ke'nounced later by the Hughes and
f i as a disagreeable reality not States, especially in its capacity for discontent were a thunder in s a yesterday I'
The time will be 1 CtieSalUt _.. ..._.._.
likely to be removed, in the near fu subversion in the hemisphere. Someof the land by the time 1880 ar- Joseph Missionary Bap. James H. Brown, of Tampa, City, Sunday.

ture. Fulbrfght's language might imply rived.
The Johnsons had been .
that Castro Cuba could simply small farm people in North THE CONSERVATIVE VIEWPOINT ,

Fulbright says no responsible be pushed out of mind and dismissed Georgia before they moved to I

statesman now favors invasion. He as of little consequence. But he is Texas in the pre Civil ,War New Adventures ConstitutionalismBy

regards the economic boycott as a right if he means that the U. S. days. Their descendants were
a part of the discontent"that
failure to date, and sees little chanceof should not get frozen in its policieson led to the Populist revolt that DAVID LAWRENCE "race, color, religion, sex or be atheists. religion'over another. Certainly -

its becoming successful, becauseAmerica's Cuba-or anything else but culminaetd in the Bryan WASHINGTON The "Civil national origin," the proposed But the problem with re- there is nothing to indicate
Rights" bill, if enacted into spect to employment is not ?o that a citizen can, under the
allies are unwilling to co- should continually examine other Crusade of 1896. Populism had legislation would permit dis-
law will whloe The pending bill in the Constitution, be deprived of
reached its open up a series simple. a
peak and crimination
operate. Measures to coerce them choices. failed to win enough congres- of adventures in constitu- 'because 'of't"h e i r "atheistic persons Senate not only recognizes the job because of any beliefs.

tionalism.The right to discriminate in em- Yet the Supreme Court has
sional support to attain its practices and beliefs" as wellas
GLENN WITHDRAWAL HELPS ends. There was fusion with Constitution gives Con- against persons who are ployment against atheists and upheld compulsory unioniza-
the Democrats and Bryan. gress the right "to regulate members of Communist Par- those holding communistic be- tion and has ruled against citizens -
1- commerce with foreign nations liefs but it also permits an who do not profess athe-
ty 'organizations.
SOME OF and among the sever- employer to advertise for per- ism or any belief in the the-
1 THE Western THIS IS THE first time that
Ohio Republican Hopes Rise delegates to the Republican al states." Applying this Congress has dealt in the mat- sons of a particular religious ory of communism but who

convention that nominated McKinley clause the law makers have ter of employment with the belief and to.exclude all others have preferred to stay out of
-- -- walked felt justified in passing stat- wherever, as the bill any labor union because of
out when the beliefs of an individual. If
By RICHARD WILSON Glenn although Ohio Repub- if Ohio voters should nomi- GOP opposed the coinage of utes governing monopolies, Congress claims the ccnstitu- states, religion is "a bona fide their convictions and have

Chief, Cowles Washington licanism has had a resurg- nate him he would not run silver and accepted, instead price fixing and the recog- tional right to prohibit or per- occupational qualification rea- thereby lost their jobs. Under
nition of labor unions. But to the nor- the National Labor RelationsAct
Bureau ence. Taft is opposed for the for the Senate. Glenn's back- the Eastern financial plank of nowhere mit discrimination where col- necessary
t in the Constitution is mal operation of that partic- the employer is permitted -
preserving the gold standard or or race or religion or beliefs
Republican nomination by Se still will "
ers are saying they
WASHINGTON Republican from competition with silver. there any explicit power be of any kind are involved, ular business or enterprise. enter into contracts
cretary of State Ted W. work for his nomination, how- The stowed on Congress to take WHAT THIS AMOUNTS to is with a union pledging the dismissal -
hopes for winning a Senate Democrats and Bryan, then the Supreme Court of the
Brown but is considered in from employers the a formal recognition that religious of an employee who
seat in Ohio rose Monday a ever, the hope that he will were accused of being Social- away United States will be con- ,
winner unless there is a big change his mind. Glenn I ists, anarchists, brigands, trai- right to choose their em- fronted some day with some beliefs can be a factorin after 30 days does not join a
I with the announcement of Col. tors and ployees, even if this means employment practices. But union. This of course, is pun-
upset. would not endorse worse. A pious East- interesting questions.Will .
John Glenn, Jr., one of the 74-year-old ern clergyman in refusing to hire persons of a the Constitution does not give ishing a man for his beliefs,

original astronauts, that he If Sen. Stephen M. Youngis Senator Young, saying he church, damned the a wealthy Democratic particular color, religion or it, for example decide Congress any such broad le- and the cases heretofore have

feels incapable of running on the nominee for reelection, was staying in the Marine platform of 1896 as an- national origin. that atheism is a religious be- gal power to approve or disapprove dealt solely with voluntary

the Democratic ticket. Ohio political observers think Corps and could not engagein ti Christian and as an instru- The extent to which the new lief? Not long ago, in ruling on of religious beliefs.In agreements between private
political activity. ment "made in hell." legislation is bound to open up prayers in the schools, it decided fact, it specifically says individuals employers and
The ultimate beneficiary of that Taft's prospects are constitutional controversies is in favor of defendantswho that "Congress shall make unions.IN .

Colonel Glenn's misfortune, much better than with Glennas Senator Young is a former SMALL COUNTY indicated by a provision in the professed atheistic be- no law respecting an estab- TOE NEW "civil Rights"

Republicans believe may be a candidate. However, even congressman who defeatedSen. like the Johnson farmers people pending bill as it was passedby liefs. The Court held that local lishment of religion and prohibiting legislation, however, the issue

1 Robert Taft, Jr., a congressman with Glenn running, some John W. Bricker for the teachers, cattlemen, talked, the House of Representatives. governments could not direct the free exercise involved is one in which
and son of the late conservative Senate in 1958. The right-to- about This calls for a regu- that prayers be said in thereof." the government itself inter-
Ohio political observers have Populism and Bryan fora
Republican leader, work issue complicated this generation. We find this lation of employment pray the public 1 schools because The Supreme Court has even venes and lays down the rule

Sen. Robert A. Taft. given the edge to Taft. The election and is said to have of the past in the President.In part. tices. While forbidding any they might run counter to be- ruled that Congress cannot that no employer can refuseto

Colonel Glenn afflicted personable young son of the been talking of making a an article on his political discrimination because of liefs of those who happened to pass any law which aids one hire because, of race, col-
conservative Senator is under Bricker's defeat. Bricker has philosophy& written or, religion or national origin.
with dizziness and nausea in 1958
following a bathroom fall Is the wing of a practiced professional been alking of making a the then Senator discussedthe Congress now would interpretthis

under treatment in a San An- politician Ray Bliss, comeback but National Committeeman need for conservation of particular principle to pro-

tonio, Tex. hospital and an- Ohio national committeeman.Bliss Bliss has not en- resources and the value of Voice of the People'I hibit discrimination against
couraged him and looks upon as well as discrimination in
4 'nounced his withdrawal Monday helped to engineer a sources an dthe value of help-
the Taft as a stronger favor of certain of
younger ing the farmers. types religious -
because he said he does victory for Richard M. Nixonin
not have the right to ask for Ohio in 1960 when the advantage candidate.If "Obviously, having come I! activity.The .

election simply because he appeared to favor Taft is elected to the Sen- from a land like Texas," he =On The Sun's Opinion Page: Supreme have Court will cer-

-was the first American to or- John F. Kennedy. Kennedywas ate, a strong political futureis wrote, "I feel this strongly. Of tainly a hard time determining -

bit the earth.ROBERT greatly surprised by los- predicted for him. He was all endeavors on which I have Opinions and comments of Sun readers arc welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters just how Congress
w worked in must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter shouldnot gets the right to regulate em-
ing Ohio. elected at large in a state public life, I am exceed 500 words and must b. written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot bt used. Th. ployment practices on the basis
TAFT JR. is wide race in 1962. Taft is call- proudest of the accomplish. Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten .it, without changing the writer's meaning or of -
generally to be COLONEL GLENN ments in developing the intent. religious beliefs bv eit-
i expected asked ed young Bob, but is 47 years Lower -
'the, Republican nominee for that his name be removed old. He was majority floor Colorado River during the Writers Errs merated powers to be Consti- partments was also orderedto commerce.ing words" For: "To regulate
the Senate and there from the ballot but he 1930s and 1940s. It is Congress, in
M was spoketoo leader of the Ohio House of not the tutional stop giving the test to any- effect will
not be
1 .doubt that he could beat late. Glenn said that even Representatives.POTOMAC damming of the stream or the On DefinitionEDITOR powers.SCHOOLBOY body. commerce.just It will regulating be-
harnessing of
the floods in The reason given by the

: which I take pride, but, rather Sun: OBSERVERhas Tests for JobsUnfair FEPC: It was "unfair" to citizens regulating on relations the basis between of
FEVER certain -
ending -
of the wasteof
made a serious error in "disadvantaged and cultur- beliefs.
the ?
region. his letter in the Sun ally deprived ." The
published groups. If, therefore, the power "'*lo
By Fletcher Knebel Cowles Washington Bureau _' There is in the President on March 30. He says, "Con Chicago Tribune and other regulate commerce"' now dee ,
out of his past a feeling EDITOR, Sun: A decisionthis .
A poll shows the people are confused about ,' Nam. For that this gress does not have powers month commentators upon the decis- include the right of Cba-
our policy in Viet nation ought to do ,other than those enumeratedin by the Illinois ions interpreted this to mean to determine
:once/ the, people and the government are in complete agreement on an issue. something about poverty, its the Constitution. FEPC*an organization closely that an employer would haveto gress employees wha-t association .

-- unemployed, the slums resembling the Fair Em- may anmay
of If this hire those who
correct not have
were ,
per- with each other
n Barry Goldwater says he. has no ambition to be president. Just a hankering great cities and education and the ployment Practices Commis- minimum
haps rest of OBSERVER'Sargument job require- the Supreme Court wfH .
to be
; commander-in-chief. care for the needy. This is in sion proposal that would be ments.
follow have its hands foil
I __ tryftg to
his genes. He heard it as a boy the fact is that hasboth set up under the civil rights Can a which
can this
Congress company justify clause of tile Cea-
The Treasury hoards its last silver dollars for an emergency. Suppose for from men who believed it He enumerated and implied bill as passed by the House, not select its employes on stitution

instance, some bright kid wants to see if he can throw one across the river? believedIt powers. Of course it alwaysis has caused some prominent the basis of ability, control its beliefs. as covering reHgieas ;

is well in assaying President Northern Senators much con quality and hope to in
Who arguable whether or not a stay It is indeed difficult: to see
says LBJ doesn't belong in the White House? No did he leave Johnson -
sooner to rememberthis. cern. business?
is but if it how the
power implied, Supeme Court be
the can
; place for Texas than the angry heavens dumped. tons of snow on the He is skilled. He does decision
un- In this
'mansion. turns out that both the Con- an employer Perhaps the "education"provided on both sides of this question
derstand that politics is the gress and the Supreme Court was ordered to hire an applicant by this Illinois FEPC how it can say that Congress
-- art of the possible. He also is for employment who decision will help clear the .
would be exercised under the up has the right to
1 You'll know the negate any
you hear of the first desire school for sit-in.education has reached the bursting point when good at swapping apples for proposed civil rights bill are had failed an aptitude test smoke screen that the broad discrimination because of religion -

orchards. But-he "believes"and implied powers, then it won't given to all who applied for delegation of power to the and at the same timeto

: .A British -- he has commitments.These matter that they are not the same kinds o! work. The Federal government under permit employers to refuseto
columnist the Beatles have become
says a bunch of bores. There's help I "explain him" enumerated employer who for years had issue. hire
powers. atheists or who
no. ; -doubt they have a terrific beat-but it's hammering that one note to death. more than anything else. perseas
They don't have to be enu. employed Negroes in all de- OBSERVER believe in comrmmw"tG




"( Friday, April 3, 1964 Gainesville Sun S

, II III' I I St. Augustine Alaska Governor to Urge SEE US FOR COMPLETE SELECTION OF


i : : } Plan AppealST. Emergency Bond Issue OKBy

the SUN

... AUGUSTINE, Fla. (AP) WARD SIMS retroactive insurance was established :and the U.S. Coast and Geodetic
-Racial tensions appeared to ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP- during World War n I Survey's seismology sta-
ALACHUA .GENERALHOSPITAL 500 block of SW 13th St. at 6:52 ease today while a civil rights Gov. William A. Egan flies to when the government offered'tion at Sitka reported one
p.m. yesterday.Eula lawyer prepared to appeal a Juneau today to urge a joint war-risk insurance to persons 'Thursday that registered 6.5 on Audio Service
BIRTHS: James Whitfield, Live federal judge's refusal to take session of the Legislature to ap- suffering property losses. the Richter scale. Last Friday's
Oak and Carl Robert Fos- jurisdiction in the state's cases prove a $ -million emergency I quake registered as high as 8.6, 229 W. University Ave. Phone 372-0440
I Mr. and Mrs. Allen L. Haef- ter, 3530 SW 24th Ave., at the against demonstrators.The bond issue to help earthquake- Alaska Sen. E.L. Bartlett ,told 6ne af the worst ever recorded.,
ele, 1100 NW 45th Avenue, City, Archer Road and Center Driveat lack of arrests Thursdayand torn Alaskan cities. the meeting his state has an
I a. boy Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert 6:47 p.m yesterday. the departure today of a assessed valuation of $315 mil-
Beck, Box 67 Melrose, a boy.ADMI'ITED Eleanor Jean Jackson, Box prominent demonstrator appar- The amount is only a,tenth of lion and damage, in termsof
the estimated loss but, costs, would
255, Charles Simon Rosenberg,! ently marked a temporary halt
: Egan, it will show Alaska is amount to about $550 million.
411 SW 2nd St., and Oscar Price to demonstrations.Police .
James B. Manning, Mrs. Cecil Jr., Route 4, Box 61C, in arrested 285 persons willing to do everything possi- While others talked of money
'Miry L. Mott, Eddie L. Ford, the 200 block of W. ,University between last Saturday and !,ble to pull itself up by its boot- for the vast rehabilitation tasks,

Mrs. Ida B. Watson, Mary Avenue at 5:29 pjn. yesterday. Wednesday mostly for viola- straps. Alaskans continued doing the
Kohn Mrs. Carol E.Boggs,Mrs. Gussie Fowler McClellan, 612 tions of the state's trespasslaws. President Johnson urged Congress little jobs that bring order out
Johnnie H_ Angle Mrs. Mar. SW 2nd Ter., and Fran- to approve $50 million in: of') chaos. Homes, shaken but
I garet W.. ,Jamierson, Rhonda ces Beck Foreman, Sarasota, Mrs. Malcolm Peabody, 72 I emergency funds quickly and in I liveable, were straightened and IN BUD
Hr Hammer, Alice I. Oyen- in the 300 block of SW J3th mother of Massachusetts Gov. Seattle, Sen. Henry M. YacboD,1 it was back to school for young. HIBISCUS BLOOM = 219

arte, William Beer, Mrs. Martha Street at 5:21 p.m. yesterday. Endicott Peabody, was scheduled D Wash., predicted eventual, ten In many places. o 3'
C. Ellis, Mrs. Thelma A. Howa. B. Goodwin, Jackson- to fly back to Boston today. congressional approval of up .to' The weather turned cold and
Chapman, Mrs. Mary C. Wu, ville, and Richard Andrew She spent two days in jail on $200 million. I snow began to fall. But it could ; GAL CANS
Valerie J. Strawder, Mrs. Lu- Melloh Jr., 10, 308 NW 22nd trespass charges and put up a not cover the ugly piles of rub- CROTONS 119
cille V. Christian, Ronald G. ${5O bond for her release. Jackson, attending a meetingof ble in the center of this beautiful r-3
Place, in the 3600 block of NW
Balsamo, all of Gainesville; Joseph The lull started Thursday 500 state and federal officials city, Alaska's largest
16th Boulevard at 3:16
0. Rose, Windsor Mrs. p. m. when lawyers, Mrs. Peabodyand and Seattle businessmen proposed Heat and power have been t
I Jane E. Beck, Melrose; Mrs. yesterday. other witnesses went to a governmentsponsoredretroactive restored to most of the city and ROSES PATENTEDBud 319
Ann 217 NW & Bloom
Marjorie ,
Dorothy M. Foster Archer; Jacksonville in an effort to have disaster insurance telephone service is back to
Lyle Davenport,Hawthorne; Annie 3rd Ave., and Freddie Lee Har- the federal court take jurisdiction plan.. He said the precedent of normal It is being overtaxed, Gal. Cans
i Mae Archer Verlie den, 313 SW 8th Ave., at S. however anxious
Berry, ; in the state's cases againstthe by relativesand
i' E. King, Alachua. Main Street and 1st Avenue at jailed demonstrators.U.S. friends

I DISCHARGED 9:02 a.m. yesterday. District Judge Bryan Man Raised Although a week has passed, I FRUIT TREES AZALEASLemon
f : Fire Calls Simpson refused to take juris- the total number of casualties .
,Joanna Boyles Patricia Horn No fires were reported to the diction, saying regular: county is not known, and may not be Lime, Kumquat
and daughter Laverne Bruce fire department. courts could handle the cases. By Hoffa for some time yet. Civil Defense HAVE
and daughter, Lovidin Williamson "I hear opinions expressedthat officials place the figure at 125 CITRUS Each 2.00 SELECTION INCLUDING

f\\ Alice Kay Jung, Rose E. Bar Association nobody can be acquitted," dead and missing.
Faison, Dorothy Cellon, Dannie the judge said. "I suggest that IndictedCHATTANOOGA There was no food shortage LINERS AT .OSe
i Gainey Wade H. Harrell, Ver- maybe not many should be." here, but 60,000 pounds was airlifted I F'iGSTUrkey 1.75
da B. Hill,.Paul E. Peters, ElI Installs JenkinsAs "If somebody sticks their Tenn. (AP) to Kenai, Soldotna and
I va Mayes, John G, Clayton, neck In noose and then com- -A young man'raised by JamesR. Homer in the hard-hit area on
\ John C. Rowles, Birtie Park. PresidentJoe plains that the rope burns, there Hoffa has been 'indicted on the peninsula south of here.
er, Maria Schoemaker, Betty isn't much to complain about," charges of offering a $25,000 Another 3,500 pounds was flownto
June Harris. C. Jenkins Jr. was -Installed Simpson said. bribe to a member of the jury Seward. ORTHO GRO FERTILIZER

ACCIDENT ROUNDUP the new president of the The federal judge also refus- which convicted the Teamsters Military planes flew almost C
Eighth J u d i cial Circuit Bar ed to issue an injunction bar. Union president of jury tampering. continuously' between here and Buy one gallon of this famous Liquid 1 .
Involved ,in ,accidents reported the St. Police cattle in the Price and
I Assn. at a noon luncheon today. ring Augustine bringing more sup- Fertilizer Regular
to Gainesville Police during Department from using trained
plies. the Second Gallon at Only
fr the last 24,hours:' Outgoing President Judge police dogs for the control and Charles L. O'Brien 29, business Aftershocks, normal following get oJ

William Paul Dalow, 1102 Theron Yawn of Starke con- breaking up of integration dem agent for a Detroit Team- a major earthquake, continued
Hume Hall and Stephen Weaver ducted the installation cer- onstrations. ster local, is accused of offer
Ernst Fletcher Hall, in the emonies for Jenkins and Presi- The appeal was made by I ing the money March 9 to Callie OFFICE
dent elect T. Allen Crouch, Mrs. Peabody and two other Key, a Nego widow, if she i ANNUALS

both Gainesville, attorneys.New New England church women. would swear Hoffa did not receive ,MACHINES! Single & Double
William Kunstler, New York a fair trial TOMATOES GERANIUMS .98
p members of the board of
in civil EQUIPMENT!
A NEW SERVICE attorney specializing O'Brien. posted $15,000 bond SALVA
directors were also announced.
COMING TO rights cases, said he would appeal -and was released pending ar- SUPPLIES! PEPPER C PHILODENCRUMX98
BELKLINPSEYWatch The luncheon, was at the Simpson's ruling to the raignment.As CELOSIA 80
I Gainesville Golf and CountryClub. 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Ap-- I PORTULACA .
Sunday's Paper peals in New Orleans. "a child, O'Brien was taken IMMEDIATE ZINNIAS SWEETHEART 2.98

into Hoffa's home after his father FREE MARIGOLDS Per Dos. ROSES
illilililili laa aaaalaaa .. .. a Kansas City truck driv-
CLIP THIS . er, was killed. Hoffa recently DELIVERY!
t nviiTnsjjv 'smr said O'Brien is "a boy who I
have raised since he was a Expert
baby." O'Brien, his wife and Office CALADIUM BULBS No. 1 Bulbs- 12 Varieties .25 ca.

i 10 Hours Only 1 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. SATURDAY APRIL 4 fa's their Detroit two children home. live in Hof Planning 'f*, : .

.. Bring this coupon and $1.00 plus tax to,our store and you will,receive both The alleged bribe offer took Service. ,
knives, and savel They YelbeeQ advertised: on TV Radio: and newspapers ::: OPEN SUNDAY
place five.days after Hoffa was OPEN
ffir much more. So clip this coupon now. Y. SEVILLE
convicted here and three days
i : THIS before he was sentenced to eight gktkk'CaN" S-6 P.M. ', l"foJ f f .

: Miracle I Edge World's Most Versatile-'- Knife- COUPONt years in prison and fined $10- 'n" "

u Self Sharpening. Peels, shreds, dices, trims, pares, .oo I 000.O'Brien of firs o.t/i" NURSEY & GARDEN CENTER
has been In Chatta
grates, spread, scales. Right or: left
Stainless Steel. 601 W.UNIVERSITY AVE.
since the trial's end seek
i .! SafetYGrlpHan.handed.. Peels up or down for Set of nooga affidavits in effort to wina Located Vz Mile Beyond City Limits West on the Newberry Rd.
a ing
.... .. an PH. 372.2555
dlewillnotbujrn, ........_ ---
't 2 Knives t new trial for Hoffa. The I
break, crack or tomato, ---- --
Saw a nail in two slice a. teamsters leader and three
i C hJ p. frozen foods meat saw. Cuts right Supply is Limited'throughthebone. others were convicted of tryingto

MAKES A They will be much tamper with the jury which .
'more expensive after today's sale. heard Hoffa's 1902
-* "
LIMIT 3 SETS TO COUPON trial in Nashville.That case end.ed .

Has Instruction Card THIS STORE ONLY FishermenHoustwives in a mistrial. ,. .
---I Special Prosecutor John J.
: MAIL ORDERS t LIGGETTDRUG Boy Scouts Hooker of Nashville said earlier

::: Add Z5 Eo. SET : .- Girl ButchersPouttrymen. Scouts that Mrs. Key, 63, treasurer of Meeting Someone For;' j' .

Name.\ I STORE the: Tennessee Federation of Ne- ,
Women's Clubs, had been
Addre".1 1028 N. Main Street Campers* gro

City........ ......... : Gainesville Shopping Center Hunters, etc. "+, and approached turned it with down.a bribe Mrs.offer Key, LUNCH ; ''\

I +m.+#$4f44f$4,$+++++++44 t+ was the only Negro on the jury. '.
The indictment was the first '
returned by a grand jury inves- COCKTAILS -
tigating events during and since !
the trial. The jury which has :
1964 "J":
March 31
recessed until April 13, has DINNER
heard testimony from BernardE.

To the Editor of the Gainesville Sun: Spindel a professional wire- EVENINGOF
k I and several AN
tapper, employes at ,,. ,
the Read House Hotel

Your editorial of March 29, was written, you said, "For Clarity's Spindel, an electronics expert ENTERTAINMENT .
Sake." The title i is appropriate.? The editorial ,was oil too clear. from New York, was hired by
defense lawyers during the trial

of five local civil-rights to try to prve that FBI agents
The Student Group for Equal Rights was one
groups that conducted voter registration drive in the Negro community spied on Hoffa. He testifiedhe

during January,and February of this year. This drive was not a "flimsy monitored conversations be-
to an electIon" but a significant part of .the tween government agents Stockroom
stop-gap measure sway watching Hoffa's hotel Carriage
struggle for equal rights.

Nor did the deputy registrars "cram" the books by recruiting on dOOr- Art TeacherIs
steps.ond in kitchens. Of the slightly less than 800 new registrants and

u only sone.50 70 persons many: of, whom are shut-ins, were regis- a StudentALBANY ,- .."- ,.
tered in their homes. The remaining 730 persons were 'registered at
previously announced public places. Many many Negro citizens walked N. Y. (AP) -Mrs I
or drove the few blocks the Sun considers necessary to make them "properly Harold Feigenbaum put the i Cocktail LoungeLUNCH
motivated. voters." cart before the horse. First!
she became an established art.

The Sun says that this sort of activity, particularly when carried out 1st and: art teacher, and then I
by "especially motivated" persons like ourselves, does not produce she returned to college for a'
M "good voters.' The fact remains however, that for the first t'me in degree; in fine arts. I 12-2 P.M.
number of Negro izens The 38-year-old artist is listed
Gainesville a significant and proportionate I N Show;., ra.Jou s.e.an i* .H. ao..ti.s
voted in a city election. in "Who's Who of American $ ..
Women," has exhibited paintings
M Instead of welcoming these new voters the Sun labels them "illogi- and scultures at the Albany COCKTAIL HOUR 5 to 7 P.M.

cal" voters, "susceptible to the merest whisper of suggestion." As o Institute of History and i ((2 drinks for the prlc of one)

matter of fact, it would have them to understand that it is their. patriotic Art and has for several years z Plus Special) Surprise
duty not to vote. They just aren't voting class." I conducted art classes in her t

which i3 nice. It Mrs. Feigenbaum originally)
The Gainesville Sun says it is far equal rights.
: and and an enemy entered Skidmore College in I .. .
of the ignorant '
defender poor \
describes itself as Q LOUNGE OPEN 11 A.M.-2 A.M.'w:
America demandmore bride and
that's nice too. But Democracy 1941, became a war <
of corruption of than; table-talk and editorials. They demand work action withdrew from school aft- ,'->, Dancing 8 Till 1:30

us and belief, and belief not merely i in glittering abstractions but er starting her senior year. She
courage in people, in all the people.' black and whIte, rich and poor. Ignorant recently reentered the college, CONTINUOUS ENTERTAINMENT NIGHTLY
driving back and forth between
and educated.
Albany and the campus in Sara.toga
becomes only a dream. Springs, N.Y. She will receive COAT & TIE PLEASErheUflivexstt9
Without this belief America ....> .'... her diploma this .
:'" \ year.
"'. I' Inn
\ 4 :-
r. Y ct "f" BoneNappingPHOENIX .
The Executive Committee

,'. .Student Group for' Equal Rights (AP) The ske- For ReservationsPh.

. Jim Rick Harmeling Rivenbark leton's out of the closet at th 376-2442 .
{Arizona National Guard armory,, St. ?
S.W. 13th
Ian Belson ,
:. .' :. 'I Valued at $195, it was taker .... .

::4.... ._ .' :0:" .:;," .. jo '. : 'from the medical dispeasarjdarisg '
a burglary.


6 Gainesville Sun Friday, April 3, 1964

,.Civil Service .' """ :: 1"-7 : ,
'Cyclists .1.: I ". .: "BLINDS DOWN AND LIGHTS; OUT? ;i'f. : f ... ', t:fi t 4 t. .. ., ,, ,..'
: t- -
:} Position* OpenThe ; : f1 'fd >+l.- t

r Have Run-ins'' jl.jiat's the Pentagon Up ,To? U. S. Civil Service ..Com' d..j '4 .... : 4 .
r!' mission has announced an ex-I : >:(:
". JJ. L f '
amination for'a positionas farm -- :
With AutosTwo i WASHINGTON For the, The General Services Administration [ equipment operator, at $1.94 per I L ; -'. i ,: ; ']' r',i .., oP C. l' .
., <.
con-certed, hour for with the K' "
the government's house- employment
favorableimage" I .
sake of projecting "a -
cyclists were treatedat. keeping agency, claims the I Imies in ,its building management U. S. Department of Agriculture -1 :. ; .the University Teaching Hosf -!,I t on the public and also move is to conserve heat. But i program and to project a Corps Research, Division,i I'..-:: '. :' ....,
pital and released yesterday for saving on heating and light bills, there are some indications that![favorable image of government. Orlando. : ': > >,
suffered In I,window blinds are being, drawn I .
injuries they two the Pentagon also hopes the buildings; t' :
collisions with cars. I I and lights are being turned off closed blinds will prevent'p .Ss. "To this end, they have requested Applications may be pickedup I II .
the and I
at office must
all the post > J
One was Stephen Weaver over the Pentagon- government's ersby from seeing the lights I that defense employees I .
be returned to the Board of Civil
f build -
Ernst, a University student largest. that either accidentally or pur-'!'turn out lights and lower and I. ,
Service Examiners, Dept of
l and a motorcyclist. ling. I II posefully have been left burn-. tilt the 'slats of Venetian blindson i!
Agriculture New Orleans, Lou- .
[ The other was a 10-year old A new memorandum Issued ( exterior windows) .before .
; Richard Andrew Mel-I ing.At isiana, by April 6.
bicyclist, I by the office of the secretary 1: night the Pentagon has leaving their offices at the end
Jph Jr., 3703 NW 22nd Place. of defense instructs Pentagon has often looked like a festive lof each 'day.! t
-Young Mellon rode out of a workers' to turn out lights and passer.gership on the banks of j "For those working evenings I ,Select your new, .
driveway and into the side of i lower the blinds before leaving the Potomac with light stream-|weekends and holidays this is i SWUNG FABRICSSINGER a 1'1':

& car, police said. ,their offices at the end of the ing from many pf its 7,748 win i particularly, important since the I at .
Police said the accident hap- :day. dows. I CHAR forces are not availableto : ..'. ,
pened in the 3600 block of NW i turn off lights which have I
I, ,
Some of the from
: lightscome
,16th Boulevard at 3:16 p. m. The closing of the blinds, rep; been overlooked." I
resents in the'offices where people are on dutyor I I 1
They said Melloh's bicycle,, a new approach
I late. In fact, it is
struck the side of a car driven;economy campaign, and the 1 -
is somewhat unclear. said that one way to judge an
iby Howard B. Goodwin, Jack purpose
' sonville. No charges were international crisis is to study
I the number of in
made.In lights burning : t

the other accident, the i Egg Market the Pentagon. j i HURRICANE
driver of the car was charged i Some of the lights come from':
.with failing to yield the right JACKSONVILLE (AP) The offices being cleaned by an'
-: of wa '. \ Northeast Florida Egg Market army of charwomen and jani- FENCEProtect
The auto driver was William' prices to retailers: tors who start marching throughthe
i ,Paul Dalow, 1102 Hume Hall on I building at closing time. But
Extra large 44 %-48, mostly 47; And
as the new memorandum -
the University He collided suggests
campus. large 41-45, mostly 43; medium BeautifyYour
I with Ernst's cycle in the some of the lights obvious
3H -40, mostly 39; small Home
ly left burning by workers :
500 block of SW 13th Street at were ,
6:52: p.m. yesterday. Damagewas 32-35, mostly 32-34. as they left their offices. NOW : ; .;.

estimated at $100 to the! Poultry.farms: fryers 13%; The memorandum observes, ,...

car, and $150 ',to the cycle., j I hens none., that "the General- 3 Services Ad-I! ...

I .,..

Bryant: Wo Duty' to Tell e FREE Information & Estimates '...
i See Our
: Quality Get Our Price
Before You Decide Immediate InstallationNO

His Whereabouts, Activities DOWN PAYMENT Up To 36 Months To Pay WANTED BOYS\z';;

! I .1 PHONE 372.5333SAUNDERS r

\ TALLAHASSEE (AP) Gov.' Bryant disclosed that during went for the worse, we would!I
Farris Bryant says the people!)racial demonstrations 'in Talla- not be caught off guard." ] OIL CO. '
have'no right to know what he I hassee and Jacksonville, National Bryant said he did not plan! .
is doing. Guard units were ordered to to intervene in St. Augustine racial -! 814 .N.W.4th St.. :
The question was raised'I hold special drills and remain demonstrations. j :

Thursday at Bryant's news con alert for possible action.As i
t ference. The gov nor was a, further precaution, Bry-
asked about an Associated Press ant said, he ordered highway
story which quoted a Bryant': patrol units into the area of the makes your
aide as saying he did not know demonstrations. favorite drink
the purpose of Bryant's trip to Bryant said he kept quiet
Washington Wednesday nor his about his orders because he did even better. .. .
whereabouts in Washington."I not want to excite: an emotional
do not include among my response that could have resulted .e
duties as governor that I should in violence.
tell the people where I am day "The problems In meeting violence : .
and night," Bryant said. in each case is individual -
"I have the assurance that ," Bryant said, 'We tried to
they know I am doing my job I.set ourselves so that if things t
day and night,'' Bryant added. -
Bryant said he realized when' I FS. ; i ritory"t i}
he ran for office that he would ,

have to give up some of his I A NEW SERVICE ;
privacy. He said newsmen had: COMING TO ,
the right to ask hiswhereabouts, i BELK.LINDSEYWatch '

.' .ing and them he had or the not privilege telling of ten-I': Sunday's .Paper :: / :STRAIGHT-60U8BOH-* Sin,. 3U fWOt THE AKPUCAJJ swifts W,'ac. fe.. *II&. fek*. M, t toaite.CI:. .

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the press got jtheffiSormation it f : :, ,
One reason for the trip to

Washington, Bryant said, was to :t
discuss with the staff of. the Interior

Department a federal pro-
. posal to make a national mOnu-
ment out of a section of a causeway -
from the Dade County cityof of
Monroe Islandia County.to U.S. Highway 1 in acres peanuts : t

In Take Name Last Change Step will be weed-free in 1964.W.II I &Qcc: Yamaha. motorcycles,':.

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final step was taken Thursdayin : ; ;
the name of Cape I r , ..
changing .
Canaveral to Cape Kennedy.The I ; i ;: ,; '. .-r J c, f

: Geographic United Names States distributed Board on C I ,;, -.. i .. @ ,:' :;:': ; '
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decision list No. 6303 .
its official .

: showing. The board the ,new at the name.suggestion you rs : :: ; t::,, : i! Bounty hunters also

: of President Johnson, approved .; I
November :,, ., .- ',.
the change last as a >>:>1 i t '; :- {\ 7
.. tribute to the late President John t: : ,;f. I \ !
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: F. Kennedy. Although that action '; j

.. was, effective immediately, e '.1 ; I' .i -,, .,' t .,t-J. ". .::< *. ;. : J : ': .) '.' .' jj and "'?
: the publication of the decision .,-r- f' r.vu .: IJ'" ;';":, j earn profits gain
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this under decisions on geo-: : ,;r.. :v.;:, .'
: way in Florida; ..t.'j: --J .. .,. : V"i .".- ? :gI
graohical names -' valuable
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extending into the Atlantic Ocean ':' :=":K' : > I j .' "
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Fitzgerald Kennedy ((1917-1963)of the, ,. .. #:-- ,i., > .. ..' : **..'.* .: /. .. ; ; : striving for these.: rewards?!:; -
the thirty-fifth president : & : : ; -
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treated with
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Friday, April 3, 1964 Gainesville Sun 7

I .. Gov. Wallace Army :Under Secretary Tops Educator Says Jr. College ,I| Little Theatre I one-act play by Albee, was

presented by members of the

.. r,=Gains Favor I Movement Has Come of Age : Elects Officers Little Theatre under the direction

Reserve of Prof. Winifred Doseni -
Officers' UF MeetUnder
: In WisconsinMILWAUKEE MIAMI BEACH (AP) The the initiative in developing tech Mrs. Felmy Ford, 2016 NE i

\ junior college, possibly the old- .nician programs in the junior 7th Terrace, has been electedto bury.NOW
Secretary of the Army Drill Field. Lt. General succeed Mrs. James Milam OPEN
Wis. (AP)- Albert est baby in educational history, colleges.
Paul R. Ignatius today was Watson, H, Command Generalof as president of the Gainesville 10 o.m.-ll
The nation's second presidential finally has come of age. i p.m.
primary, the Wisconsin test next scheduled to lead a phalanx of the Third Army will be the" "The Congress has discoveredthe Little Theatre. I ALL YOUR FAVORITE

Tuesday, finds Democrats in a Army officers including four reviewing officer. I The first public junior collegewas junior college and has leg- Other officers elected for the BRANDS
generals-to Gainesville for the S founded in Joliet, 111., in islated construction funds."
family fight and Republicans in Other highlights of the ROA! coming year were: Harvey Lay-I 0 Liquors
'a position to help decide the annual Florida Reserve Officers 1901.' For more than half a cen- ton, 1st vice-president; M 0 Wines
luncheon address by Senator So has been the
winner. Association meeting. tury the junior college move- expan- .
John Haney, 2nd vice 0 Beer
More than 200 Army officersare koj A Spessard L. Holland and a 7:30 ment struggled along unsung sion of the junior college system dent Mrs. presi.1
The Democratic clash could address ; Henry recording -,
reach out to touch the programsand expected for the weekendof p.m.Watson.banquet by Gen. and virtually unnoticed. that within the foreseeable fu- secretary; Dr. Roland I 1 PAUL'SPackage

prestige of President John- activities at the Universityof Li1r.; Three other general officers Now, says Donald E. Deyo, ture virtually all high school Hussey, treasurer and Store
son, even though he is not personally Carver Watson are scheduled to be here for the president of Montgomery Junior graduates in such states as Florida Vincent T-uca historian.The Mrs./I/
I entered in the race and< Ignatius keynote the activities Takoma and California will begin nil I. University A.YL
A joint military review by the meeting. They are: Lt. General College, Park, Md., "American Dream"
has not directly joined the cam with a speech tonight in "our cup runneth over. We have their higher education in a two- .
William H. S. Wright, chiefof .I
the University's Air Force and
Pa i gn.. 8 o'clock.University His talk Auditorium is at Army ROTC honoring graduating the Office of Reserve Components been discovered." year junior college.
The President is represented sponsoredby IMMEDIATE REQUIREMENT
_ by favorite-son candidate Gov I the ROA and the Universityof senior cadets begins at Department of the Deyo told the American Association There are now nearly 700 private -

_ John W. Reynolds, who is being Florida. 10:30: a.m. tomorrow on .the Army Major: General GeorgeA. of Junior Colleges thurs- and public junior collegesin MANAGERPest
challenged by Alabama's segregationist Carver, commanding general day: the United States, with a total
Gov. C. Wai Fourth U. S. Army Corps, enrollment of more than one
Birmingham and Major Gen- "Senior colleges and universities -million. Control Operation
lace.After a cautious start marked Congressman Wants70Year eral Louis 0. Gravely of Ocala. have discovered that junior

by reserved or hostile re- I Convention chairman for the colleges can indeed prepare students INCOME TAX established! Jacksonville firm has requirement for Manaftr ef
meeting is Major Eugene H. for their! upper divisionsand Pest Control Department. Applicants must be certified by
ceptions Wallace has increasedthe
thereby ease the pressures GAINESVILLEBOOKKEEPERS the Florida Structural Pest Control Commission' as a pert con.
tempo of his drive and has Age Limit Boyles of Gainesville.: their trol operator for termites and household pests.Send .
Colonel Ralph A. Eastwood, on facilities and staff .
,been enthusiastically receivedin
resume and salary requirement to John W. Simmons
three of. his latest stops. president of the Gainesville "The professions have discovered McCall Service Inc., P. 0. loa 2221. Jacksonville Florid.
This was followed by an announcement .I By JOHN BECKLER be had in mind leaped mimblyinto chapter of the ROA will host us and are taking 132S N.W. 6th St. FR 6-2924
_ from Washington WASHINGTON (AP-A) first- the fray. the convention. -

Thursday night that Postmaster I term congressman who thinks
Rep. Clarence Cannon, D-Mo., I .
General John Gronouski there are too old men running '
a former many
83, chairman of the House
Wisconsin tax commissioner things in the House wants Committee, said Appropriations -! CHRYSLER'S Compare these values uiywhere YOII.IlIJnd {OUR itillAliSIlUY, MltIlE fllfSIO.... ,._ --
members - -
barred from seeking -
would! join the campaign ,the age of a congressman is of
against Wallace with the approval re-election after 70. concern only to his constituency. MON. THRU THURS. 7 P.M. TIL 6 P.M.
.. of Johnson. "A lot of,these old men are in -
"If they think he's too old, EXCEPT FRI'S. TIL 9 P.M., SAT. TIL 6 P.M.
Wisconsin Republican reaction their dotage," said Rep. EverettG. f t 1
they'll put him out, but if they
will be reflected In the vote to Burkhalter, D-Calif., Thurs think they want experience in- I
in the last
day. "They're living
tals.State stead of brawn and vigor,
GOP leaders won the century. they'll keep him in," be said. WlTHtHE5YEAR
agreement of eight of the par Burkhalter, at 67, is no pink-
ty's presidential figures to skip cheeked freshman. He had Cannon added that' Burkhal I 1
the primary in favor of an uncommitted planned to cap a 20-year careerin ter's proposal for an age limiton
national convention California public life with re-election would require a

delegate slate headed by favor- about three terms in Congress, constitutional amendment inasmuch

ite son, Rep. John W. Byrnes. but has become so discouragedat as the Constitution' leaves Big Mower...Bigger Value!
Wisconsin voters are free to bucking the rigid seniority the setting of .such standards- to

-( vote in either the Democratic or system he is retiring after this the states. 50,000M11E I
Republican races. Democrats session. Rep. Emanuel Celler, D-N.Y., i 22" Mower
are fearful that Republicans, "I.could see I wasn't going to 76, chairman of the House Judiciary Rotary
with no contest of their own, get any place," he told an inter- Committee, turned to

_ will vote In the Democratic viewer.."Nobody_listens to what Henry for Wadsworth Longfellow i with top quality 2/ h.p., 4 cycfc Briggs & Stratton EngineFapK
his ammunition.
race. It has been the'other way you have to say until you'vebeen up
J around in other years. here 10 or 12 years. These Quoting from the poet's Mor- 6C/1tJl'1lIItl slhrotllr
Wallace has said his cam.paJpcenteref old men have got everything so ituri Salutamus, he said:
on opposition to tied down, you can't do any- "Ah, nothing is late until the WARRANTY toatraf 16 Yours. for ONLYcrttnf
the pending civil rights! bill- thing." tired heart shall cease to palpi- .
,was going good." I Burkhalter said he never realized !. tate." beadle

"everybody's against me but! how few people ran Con lopehtliapba $ A 088immerroar
the people," he said. gross until he moved in as a
DEEP SEA +te oa _
IHis,string of warm receptions freshman 1962. _
began Wednesday night when he "There are only about 40 out i b _1ll
took his campaign into a Polish- of the 435 members who call the FISHINGFrom fini$11J.jafd Null p
; American Milwaukee : shots "
neighborhood in he said. "They're the /,
a and was greeted by a committee chairmen and the
... turnaway crowd. He was accorded -ranking members and they'reall .astiiss htight
,. warm receptions by the around 70 or 80." Sreirihatchee, Fla. t from r 19 3WffffMed "'( 5.. Buy on BUDGET TERMS!

Milwaukee Civic Club and the Before be leaves he plans to ld Big f wheel with Safety '
.: Madison Exchange Club Thurs- introduce a bill that would on papr pan Take all Summer to pay
: seal lid Finstoat tint in grtss ehuti
lengthen the' term of repl'fsentatives -
has claimed Wallace from two years to four, 'The WINNER' WAS $1645
has "lied" about the impact limit them to four terms and
the civil rights bill. bar them from seeking election HURRY ONLY

I urged State party Republican members leaders not have to after With reaching the House 70. taking a 65 18 Feet Feet Wide Long FOR 6 DAYS ONLY 2-Gallon GAS GAWPlMkViny! jastic| GiffiDEMOSl443M

cross over into the Democratic spring recess, Burkhalter's blast Coast Guard Inspected
scrap. Byrnes and unchallenged echoed down largely silent corridors Lounge room & 1495
'. governor candidate Warren but two of the "old men" Snack bar All-Metal Flexible
KnOwles nave been among those I Leaves Taylor's Dockat
Wallace's Pouring Spout
attacking views.Cuban 7:30 a.m. Gt/AXA/VT ffMV >
lity-county[ Returns 5 6.
Map to p.m. .
The SIMCA 1000 it a BIO Rust-reiisUat top,
Exiles To Be Printed economy car. Big in roomi- bottom and interiorGASOUNl .| :,I
I these,in comfort and handling
: Hail Brazil's ease...and backed by Chrys PlMtfc fflfxap f
The'publication of a new map $5.00 per person ler/a BIG warranty. Every. .: :7.8z
New PresidentMIAMI of[ Gainesville and Alachua $1.00 for Rod & Reel thing about the SIMCA 1000 vent ermtta x
fa ..
big. except thl!! rice. iut,IU ypocrnfBrilliant
County has been announced by Find out why the 5IMCA is
.(AP) Cuban exiles, the Gainseville Chamber of the car for you,just q i red and %QI91f
I hailed Brazil's 1 Commerce.The Trips to individuals
rev o u tionary, open yellow enamel finish
government change today as map will be distributedfree Sat., ..Sun. and Holidays THE KEY AND I -
tending to tip the scales against of charge at the Chamber DRIVE IT YOURSELFHAWESPOWERS *
Fidel Castro in Venezuela's case' of Commerce building to I itt a-yeatf "nocharge" :
I against him before the Organization .' anyone requesting copy. For Charter Mon., Tues., Only 0pl'3eijo ftt'

of American States. I The city-county map has a Wed., Thurs. & Fri. guarantee against C

An alliance of anti castro map of greater Gainesville including 0.. MOTOR CO. lailure in Jnornalliorne

activist groups-Second National a legend for finding I SimcaPfyMovthValiantChrydel'l"crJal u
_ Front of Escambray, Alpha stints on one side and a
I 66 and People's Revolutionary smaller map of Alachua County Phone:- Cross City SALES-SERVICE Lightweight,flexfcfo

Movement sent provisional on the'other side. HY 8-3423 204 N. Main FR 2-2561 has features bright Limit 2 Rolls Par Culomir
President Paschoal Ranieri I green minor finish.
I Mazzilli a congratulatory cable- Eight out of every 10 single, All-brass couplings. Additional 1.59 Each
gram and urged his governmentto detached homes built in the --I I

break relations with Castro's United States in 1963 were of
Cuba. frame construction. A five-|i 1 AUTO FINANCE

I Besides Brazil, only Mexico, room frame house, for instance -!' .e, GENERAL DIVISION FINANCE OF CORP. Deluxe GARDJEW CABf P ttiKHlO lrfiillHuned
Uruguay, Bolivia and Chile of uses about 9,500 board Col' Can Refinance

? the American republics maintaIn fee of lumber plus 1,700 I' Your Present Car and/or '
relations with Cuba. square feet of plywood. Advance Additional Cash meW eonttruction .
.: Revolutionary Unity Move for handling lawa sit ri
On Our Special Low Rates
.: ment, another large anti-Castro WATER and ICE TEA and Cut Your Paymentsby ; and Rnbbertfred gtldfil $jck., v
organization, sent a cablegramto
< GLASSES Vt In Most Cases.
I Ss
I Carlos Brazilian Lacerda revolutionary offering "to leader help SPENCE Just$650 Call up Us to At$5,000 376-2511 $ ; Tzima bid ed throbbCTytbe

defend with arms in hand, If you 995 say way.Outs dean 13*
CHEMICAL Stop In Our Office
i .. Inch swath.Powered try faa
I consider It necessary, the freedom FR 2-2186 : IB :d c At 718 N. Main St. cooled 115-volt AC motor. $1788
I of Brazil. ,- c-c-m


; $119] FRONT END s

We'll remove front 50 WHITEWALLSANY
1 wheels adjust brakes, repack PO
front wheel bear. SIZE

ings, check grease seals, M And
add fluid and road test. We'll align front end. +s FOR 747rd..I.l Tires

correct comber
I caster s
y 6 MONTHS TO PAY end toe-in check shocks k7 "Charge It"
exhaust system and w TAKE MONTHS TO PAT

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30% DISCOUNT TIRES! ; I. Against defects in workmanship and materials during lift
.,. 01 trnd.
GUARANTEE J. At.irut normal road hazards Ce cept rtp.ir.bU punct", *.)
3 encountered in everyday pa enjer car use for It months. I
f i imm .,I Replacements prorated on tread wear and based oa list prima
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g ;Gainesville Sun Friday, April 3, 1964)

I Sewing Contest Winners Iff* Calendar Of Events; O
I Mel f nno .1\)" {\ 'h t : ; '.

r Mrs. Burgess B. Mason Jr., TODAY, April 3 ator Spessard L. Holland .Meet, 9 a.m. General Sesswn. ,
I member of the ,Ocala Junior
'r l Woman's Club, was winner oft Annual ,Meeting of the; Ala- f guest speaker. 10 a.m., Luncheon, noon, University :: "

the Florida Federation of Wom f'P chua County Association for Gainesville Garden Club Inn. ; '.:;
,} {1 11 en's ,Club District V Sewing j THE Mental Health, Dinner, 7:30 Spring Flower Show, Potted --e
f fHI1IILy Holiday Inn. U. S. Sen.Two Ii I UF Engineering Wives Club
4 :1 11 Contest held early this week at Fr Plant Entries, 4 to 6 p.m.,
? f the Gainesville Woman's Club. J Gainesville High .SchoolReserve family picnic, 2 p.m, Camp
': t I J Mrs. Pierre Bejano, representing Attend Wauberg, Electrical Engineering
fr ,Jt'i the Gainesville Woman'sClub srr'z I Officers Association'
f & Ruth Weiraer Women's Editor
|Convention, Convocation Engineering Graphic
I 8
j ,:t was selected as alternate.Mrs. .
't I.,.. Mason, whose winning Judges CouncilIn I pm., University of Florida I faculty wives, hostess grO p5.
-:r ensemble was a twopiece.wool ROA Convention j Auditorium, Honorable Paul R.
rt' tsuit of Kentucky Blue Grass Orlando j Ignatius, Under Secretary of the Gainesv i 11 l e Garden Club
will I Army i ii Spring Flower Show, Horticulture -
F; t! green compete in the state J.
't J contest during the annual convention Social Attending the yearly meetingof i Benefit Bridge Canasta Par ; Cut Specimen Entrfe?,
S of the Federation April w K 'w Activities I the Florida Council of flower -! ty, Gainesville. Woman's. Club, i, 7:30 to 10 a.m.,. Gainesvflfe
,.. 13-16 in Jacksonville. r.r. Show Judges in Orlando yes-I 8 Gubhouse. School. .
Mrs. Bejano modeled a yvhite ., I The thirty-third annual Reserve then meet with University ,of terday'were Mrs. John W. Flowers -I i p.m. I r High -
e dressmaker suit made of drapery t Officers Association conS, Florida, President_ J.., Wayne. and Mrs. Hugh C. Simmons. SATURDAY, April 4 Gainesville Garden Club
5 \'entioniIl begin 'with registration Reitz for dinner. Reserve Officers
material. Mrs. Flowers is a director of Association:i Spring Flower Show, Moods
Other entrants were Mrs.Mar- at 4 p.m. today at the I Lt. Gen. Albert Watson H, At- District Five for the organiza Convention, ROTC Parade, 10:301 "
: in Line: and Color. 2:30 to
vis B. Roberts and Mrs. D. A. :> AteQ,..;! sS University InkHonorable Uanta, Ga., will .be present: Saturday lion. j a.m., U of F Drill Field. j
5' Davies, Gainesville Woman's I_ Paul R. Ignatius,' morning 'to. review the I Mrs. Simmons received a sig-, Reserve Officers Auxi-'I 9 p.m., Gainesville High f
Club members; Mrs. Henry ex".A Under Secretary, ,of the Army, ROTC Parade, which will be nal honor f i the Council as!nary Ladies, Executive Board I School.
Powell, Wffliston Woman's Club, ,, will convocation ad- .
give the held at. the UF Drill Field at one of the outstanding state,
Y and Mrs. Earl Russell, 'Mrs. L. dress at the University of Florida 10:30: a.m.. flower arrangers invited to sub- Our Gracious Host DINNER SPECIAL.
H. Mickler and Mrs. R. W. Auditorium tonight at 8 o' mit Presents TONIGHT'S
Honorable L. an
: The Spessard arrangement. Her en-,
Shrum Jr., Gainesville Woman's ____ : clock.
Junior Club members. Holland, U.S. Senator, will ad- try illustrated "Purism." i Delicious Chopped
Introducing the contestants Secretary Ignatius will arrive dress the Reserve Officers The invitational .exhibit,, fea,, SIR-LOIN STEAK58c
.5 in Gainesville at 2 pm. and,visit luncheon at 12:15 turing a new in flower
.5 .5 S was Mrs. Mitchell'Baumstein as the UF ROTC Building and ,p.m. arranging art concept the ,'i with French FriesTOMORROW'S. ,..... . . S
r Madame Mimi," designer of Auxiliary To Meet was highlight
facilities, observe,a cadet briefing of the evening 'A din-:
**: Y a Parisian Fashion Salon. Mrs. The Reserve Officers Auxili- program.
5 James E. Clayton, pianist, provided r and the Gat o r Guard, and ary ladies will hold an execu- ner in the Sunflower Room of! r Complete I Luncheon
i k the music. tive board meeting at 9 a.m. the Downtowner Motor Inn hon, r BIGGEST VALUE IN GAINESVILLE
Coffee Given Mrs. RainbowTo and a general session :at '10 ored past presidents. j
a.m.at the University Inn. Hostesses for the annual! Italian Style '
Mrs. J. ,Ed Price, club ;
president ii iL
,. and Mrs. William Zean- Head Col.: Floyd ,Pheiffer will be a meeting were members of the: 7 MEAT SAUCE rS
Orlando Garden Chib.Complement. tr SPAGHETTI 58c
ah. Junior'club president, re- I guest at the ROAL luncheon at j .
ceived guests and Mrs. Sinclair Demo Women. ,which time Mrs. Ed Cleveland,: Carrot Raisin&Salad .
Eaton and Mrs. James McCoy J r :Area III National Director of '1 Hot Roll & Butter
MRS. B. B. MASON JR., poured during the coffee hour. SPin Ish onions Served
MRS. PIERRE BEJANO Mrs. George S. Rainbow has i Lutz will. install officers. Hot Ccffee' or FrM With Yur $+ud!
been elected president of the I Mrs. Arthur Jungman :of Your' Watch ,I Iced Tu

Alachua County Democratic -:Houston, ROAL National presi I ,.

,,'j',; : ; Women's Club to succeed:dent, will be the featured Watch bands, too, have taken; ',:l Your Second Cup of Coffee or '
Brides' Book .. : Mrs Lyle N. McAlister. I!speaker. Mrs. Bernard Sn1 ers,, on a fashion, aura and complement -; Iced Tea Is Always FREE
d. Chosen as the executive of the state president, and Mrs. Fred, the watch itself. With the

-' county organization recently, Kallies, tonference chairman, fascinating and new watch: -p
Tea feting Miss CourtneyWest at the home of the bride's" Mrs. Rainbow will be assisted both of Miami, will also be pres bands now available, there is:
FRIDAY, April 3 bride-elect of Nath Cul- f, parents., by the- following, elected officers -j.ent.A, no reason for an elegant wacth :
iis5'S I : social hour is slated for 6:30 not to have a handsome watch)! CAFETERIA!
s n :
Tea honoring Doughtie 3:30 to 5:30 f Hardee =
pepper daughter of Mr. and band. The !, { ;
latest -
at the Gainesville Golf and ones are ex-: -
Mrs. Edward B. McLean, p.m.E
Clara Mathers of Orlando, p.m., Mrs. John L. R. Grand Mrs. J, E. Hardee, and Tho- tremely thin of tapered If Lunch 11:30 a.rr to 2:05 p.m.
I Country Club, with dinner fol- mesh,1and r
president Mrs. George Dinner 4:30
$ ; to 8:05
bride-elect of 'William Slem- Mrs. Percy Beard, and Mrs. mas C. Beaty, grandson of give almost a "solid pjn. p.m.
III of Orlando, 4 to 6 Lewis F. Blalock, at the Mr. and, Mrs. S, S. Kirby, 6 Wolff, secretary; Mrs. Ralph lowing.[ A dance is scheduledfor gold"1' 1212 North Main Street
mons Thompson, treasurer Mrs. 10 pjn. at the CarriageRoom look.For GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER
Grand home ,
1908 NW Tenth p.m. Antjoch Baptist extra ;
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p.m., Mrs. C. Addison Avenue., Reception following. James Wershow, first district of University Inn they have flexible links comfort,' '1F'I Air Conditioned O Open Doily & Sunday
Mrs. C. Addison Pound Jr., vice-president; Mrs. L. J. Ben- The convention will conclude the band where' Free Parking 111111i
Miss Elizabeth Anne Pound, Tea honoring Miss Sharon Wedding of Miss Marsha Lee ninger, second district vice- with an ROA luncheon and in- a small joins the watch, and: I Banquet Facilities PHONE 376-4491
Fagan, bride-elect of John Copeland daughter of Dr. and Chalmers expansion section is1! 58c SPECIALS Mon. thru Sat.
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hostesses under i
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home 1647 NW 19th Circle. Mrs. T. W. Cause, 1022" NW Daniel Boyd Jr., son of Mr. dent Mrs. McAlister, fourth ajn. make it easy to get on and offs.
An executive committee meeting
Rehearsal dinner honoringMiss : 16th Avenue. and Mrs. William Daniel Boyd, district vice-president and Mrs.
will be held at 1
Sarah Ortoa and David Wedding of Miss Sarah De- 7:30 pjn. First PresbyterIan Philip Flemion, fifth district

George Decker, 6 p.m., Dr. lores Orton, daughter Mr Church lona ChapeL vicepresident.The .

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Park Lane Cafeteria David George Decker, son of Miss Kathy Spinks, bride- : at a luncheon meeting!
Dr. and Mrs. Phares Decker NEW SERVICE
elect of James Borck of Dade :May 6 at the Holiday Inn when,I
SATURDAY, April 4 10 a.m., St. Patrick'sChurch. 'City, 2.to 4 p.m., Mrs. William :State Senator''Beth Johnson of COMING TO
Tea honoring Miss Virginia Reception following L. Pritchett, 2150 NW 2nd Ave: ;j Orlando will be guest speaker. -I' BELK.LlNDSEYWatch Sunday's Paper
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Friday, April 3, 1964 Gainesville Sun 9i

I c.1 ? .* I GOT UP THIS BETTER 60. FrECINb BE T1112, 1b ,
What's your problem, ? For a general I i MORNING:. HUH?
:; reply, writ to Abby, Box J3
ReactionAbigail 5'1 I KO'f3UT !
I Delayed Beverly Hills Calif. 90212. '

include setf-addreued stamped envelope. -
.: ,';: j Abby answers aU mail.DEAR ,

; :, Van Buren' - 1

f -- -- --- -
<""" 4'4F"'" --"""'
.J. I AC'a ED .*, rriSAoorrv ( / 'IS A mry TRICK MARRYING HIM l;
ABBY: I just read the letter signed "CANT FORGET ents at an"early age. He was reared by his only living relative, TO SPLIT V DESOJVEVOKLJM'S < AUfsTT IS SHE- OFF TO ./4T U< H!t VULGAR LJTTLE.CREATURE.
HIM." It was from a woman who was still trying to find a man an older sister. I was so looking forward to meeting her be- MILLIONS A PEJf4Y!! MARRYIN'AINNOCENT TRJCK.7WMATK1NDA .BUT/NEED THffTMILLJQH

she met in La Crosse, Wisconsin, during World War n. She cause my husband told me bow wonderful she was., On our vrrwisAUNT/' .+ '; CFFTOA KID CAN TO GET/GO BACK THROUGH INTO SOc WITH Er nt/?-cw7!)
said all she knew about him was that he was from Sioux Falls, first meeting alone she told me that the only reason her brother \ wa J BABE LIKE Y 3
I South Dakota, and he had "HERB" tattooed on him. Can you married me was to stay out of the army! She was so cruel YOU?
please tell me where the tatto was located? I think my Herb and cutting I couldn't wait to get away from her to let loose :
has some explaining to do. the flood of tears within me. I love my husband and I think be
loves me. I don't want to stir up trouble between my husbandand :
t CAN'T FORGET HIM EITHER his sister, but I would like to know where she got an idea "
I like that. !

DEAR CANT: Sorry, but I don't have this information. But MARRIED TWO WEEKS
If I Mere you, I'd lay off. Your Herb has already been needled ,

enough. DEAR MARRIED: Dry your tears and take a good, hard / ,.
look at your husband's sister. You will see a jealous, possessive a a r aw.
DEAR ABBY: Please tell "CAN'T FORGET HIM" that she woman who would have disliked ANY woman her brother

will have to. HE came this-a-way and married me. married. Ignore her barb, if you can. If you can't, ask your :I I KNOW LONZO ALWAYS WANTED HE'S
husband where his sister got such a notion. HE'S A LEEfLE J
i DEAR ABBY:: I married a fine young man who lost his par- pair. You still have your Father in heaven. I' BRAND-NEW ic 4 1i

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Q Comedy Capers 8:00 O Outer Limits Jr -
'; 8:00 Q Across The Fence 8:30 Q Defenders-Drama 00
I O Captain Kangaroo "Ordeal," by David Shaw, ..
Q Ramar of the Jangle is rerun. Beatrice Hillyer
8:30 Q Robin Hood Hires a gunman to kill
ae Q Popeye and Bozo her. .4- LfliJ q

I (color) Q Joey Bishop
9:60 Q Supercar 9:00 Q O Movie z

I O Alvin Saturday Night at the,f I- _ _
9:30 Q Q (Color) Ruff and Movies: "FourteenHours. _

Reddy ." A mentally dis- h DONTVOJ KNOW I LOVE ; ,
f O Tennessee Tuxedo traught young man swayson MOON MAID. DIDN'T WHAT THE YOU. -
10:00 Q CD Hector Heathcote the 15th-story ledge of You HEAR ME? WORD LOVEMEANS '\l 11 I/
-- O Quick Draw McGraw a New York hotel. Grace ?
FRIDAY EVENING knows that shy rodeo 10:30 Q D Fireball XL-5 Kelly made her movie
I 5:00 O Best of Groucho clown Ollie Crump is O Mighty Mouse debut in this film. i 0 1 T
O Adventures hi smitten with Babe Hunter. 11:00 Q O Dennis The MenaceD 9:30 Q Phil Silvers r---J Q ) Os l
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5:25 O Moments in Sports O At Issue 11:30 O D Fury 11:00 Q Detectives a
5:30 O Newscope Q D Bob Hope O Roy Rogers Q O News, Sports
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6:00 Q News, Spts., Wethr. Pat O'Brien in "A Case of tl Sky King 11:45 Q Movie a..tay oe uw.Laa.p .
O Sunshine Almanac Armed Robbery." 12:30 BO Bullwinkle "One Minute to Zero." S43u.a

6:15 O Channel Five News 9:00 O Art And Man. O Do you Know During the war in Korea
6:30 O News-Walter "Mantegna." With Jan 1:00 Q W Exploring an American colonel LA
Cronkite Lauts of Germany's Karl O CBS News becomes romantically in-

O Junior High Science sruhe Museum, Jean 1:30 O Discovery volved with a young
Today Marie Drot discusses And- 2:00 Q Mr. WizardO widow who works for the =; WEWEREN7 -- WE'RE HOPING IEANIE Wf SHE WAS UNDER THE CIRCW\5TAKEY! THANKYOU>
Q O News-Hnntley- rea Mantegna,
Brinkley Renaissance painter. Mitchum, Ann Blyth. NEROJEANIE5 AUNT A ASYETs h1ARNtNG/WHYDOE5N'T -. THEN.' EVENING FOR A APPRECIATE
7:00 Q Silent Service 9:30 O Twilight Zone-Drama O American Bandstand O Movie-Western JUST ARRIVED IN TOWN1SHE. SHE COME INTO THE FEW MINUTESTHAT.'
O Death Valley. Days Q ID That Was the 2:30 Talk 'N' Talent "Whirlpool." (1950)) A .WANTS TO KNOW HOSPITAL TOMORROW
O Sing Hi-Sing Lo Week That Was-Satire 3:00 O Championship psychiatrist's wife, a SHECANSEE7EANIEAbOt1TN1NE._ ? ;yl toy

CD Glenn Reeves-Music 10:00 O Alfred Hitchcock Bowling kleptomaniac, turns for
7:15 Q Friendly Giant Q (O Jack Parr Q Movie: help to a quack astrologist .
7:30 O International 11:00 Q News, Wethr.. Spts. "Metropolitan. Gene Tierney, Jose
Showtlme O News, 3:30 Q Amateur Hour Ferrer, Richard Conte j I tswav ,.
"International Ice Extravaganza D Local News (color) 3:45 O Washington Report Charles Bickford.
," taped in, 11:25 O Movies 4:00 Q Golf Classic 11:55 O MoviesNo.

Lille, France, features 1. "The Forbidden Street." O Wrestling 1"Abandon-
Russian folk dancers on In defiance of her 4:25 Q Washington Report Ship." (Eng

skates, clowns, MotherGoose wealthy family, a young, 4:30 O NBC Sports Special lish; 1957)) When a luxury r f A
characters and woman marries a dissolute 5:00 O Wilburn Brothers liner "sinks, 27 survivors -
acrobats.O painter. Dana Andrews 5:30 O Porter Wagoner are crowded into a lifeboat DAGWOOD, II 'II' MXTRE.JUST JEALOUS
Great Adventure Maureen O'Hara, 6:00 O News, Sports that can hold onl y 1 I! STOP PLAYING BECAUSE HUSBANDS HAVE
I "Kentucky's Bloody Dame -SybiT'Thorndike. Weather Produced by Tyrone, o WITH THOSE KW ,. TSArSSR"
Ground," first of two 2. "Luxury Liner. A O Fishing Fun Power. Tyrone Power '\ -; '{ WIVES DO
parts. In the mid 1770's, doctor is deserted by his O News, Sports Mal Zetterling, Lloyd'Nolan ;:t a er WH N
Daniel Boone and a partyof wife who is eloping with 6:15 Q News, Sports, Stephen Boyd.No. I THETCOOK1
settlers established a antoher man to America. Weather 2"Black-
settlement in the wilderness George Brent, Zita John 6:30 O Password Friday." (1940)1r.J
west of the Alle ghenson, Vivienne Osborn. O Littlest Hobo When his friend Is injurecin I
I Is
I ies. 11:30 O D Johnny Carson 6:45 Q News a battle wiht gangsters:IQ

(D Destry 1:00 D Broadway Goes Latin .7:00 O Jimmy Strickland a brain specialist give "-
8:00 O Jazz Casual SATURDAY O Combat! him the brain of a dyin IZO
8:30 0 Route 66 7:00 D Count Of Monte Cristo O Circus Boy gangster. Boris Karloff:, 1 -
"A Long Piece of Mis O Sunrise Semester 7:30 Q Lieutenant Bela Lugosf, Stanley!r a a W>c

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Truth About 1 1'd ;
Salinger ,
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WASHINGTON Pierre Sal' The President's Press Secre-I news, he turned white. "I'm not] So he called Arthur Schles i 4 -

inger's decision to run for sen- tary planned to stay on with Mr. going to get on that' damn horse anger, his good friend who .hat y
ator in California took most of Johnson until the November again," he told his associates. left the White House the prey

the Washington press corps by elections. But then just before They begged him to reconsider bus month, and asked his ad
I surprise. We can now reveal for Easter the President announcedhe but Pierre was adamant
the first time why Mr. Salinger was going down to the LBJ "That's a mean horse. He's; vice.Mr.. Schlesinger told him, NEVER Z THOUGHT FOWETMEVOOR tvt' WHEN'ANlSCMS 1ti0AWYYOU FEW AD CHOICS A. .sfiARE-AND NOW A cater WE 5AKI.jt : .cot D.s.,.S.B.AIR I CANYON foacn-! I I
decided to do it and how he Ranch for the weekend. liable to throw me and with all 'Wait until he turns off the. 4 i WWIlD COOl I MINNIE Taco! USBAND WAS WOKPS ABOUT R T. PuAT wASTHE uoNraeie
managed to get away with it. When Mr. Salinger heard the those photographers around I'd lights at night. Then make.a rui 3 f AZ; AM THAT /WINNIE/ FROM DOIN' t5OOD JAe AND AAV SHOW RIONT WILL OF Tiic TIE ONLYNAJANC gECONf '
'tDU? Fur Our, MARBLE ARCH' AMONGST THE sow. wogta Tit1UMPH... fIR6 V6WC1.EY31Z
look pretty silly. I may be for it"With t. M Isus IJATIYES ERE- .. V BIRD /MPOVEROU&OUESTJOS #
plucky, but I'm not stupid. I only 48 hours to go befor! O ( YFER. ABOUTS..: I a% COUNTRY .,OUt.D

So Mr. Salinger decided that, filing time, Mr. Salinger hii AFFCRDL
AKE ALAnO rather than saddle up he'd runfor in a closet off his office. As soot
BIIIlD.I I I H El.I IX DIREST Senator in California. as it got dark, the PresIden
ARE11A ELIXIRACROSS "Why California someone came around turning off all th
TOR CULT I R A asked. lights in Pierre's office. The
24.Baseball Kit he turned out the lights in fron
E. NT' T L E AC I D "
1.Attempt 25.Syllable of "Because I live in Virginia.
-TEA C LOS E. of the White House. Pierre wait
the scale
colloq. 26.Drinkable SIDED s 0 U_ Pierre replied. ed a half-hour and then made ;j jI
5. Extraordinary
4 28.Train 0 N E IR COM MAN 0 This made sense to everyone, I dash for the gate. A car wa
8.Shoe 29.In reference DUG L UNA. R I A so Pierre made a few telephone :waiting for him on the o theye
miters toolto An A RAT RIG 0 R calls to the West Coast and sev- side of Pennsylvania A
1.Residence 31.Stain 5 eRE N E I UN' T t-: eral Democratic politicians en- with the motor running. Unde
Adversary S3.3.No Sunburn D E T E R MOL A. couraged him to come out and cover of darkness Pierre mad e AP4 E WANT NOYV mica Is rr ,OUESTKXS: VOO GOTTA KErVEMBcRis
13.Compete file. Democratic politics in Calibrnia his getaway. TO 60 u l4AVrs RAINING VOX COt/S NOBC3JCST / 'rit,5 weMV ARMY
with 35.Hairy SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE confused I/u' Fv g cOFFaE WE coTT wwEZE'S Cur? SAYS "YES/*
14.Store op 37.Pea are pretty right By the time the President discovered w,,
16.Garden 39.Cenus of 47.Aviate 4.cood now and they felt Salinger's entry Salinger was gone th GE NcYi i
mignonette rails 48.Salver Queen= into the !*- would really Press fl +IO'S 7 ; l '! i'-
Secretary's plane was y- gWIN6
41. 5.For Ly \ WII.
20.Ancestral Liegeman 42.Gossip Anglo- DOWN 6.June bug get things mb up. ing over the Rockies, on its wa;;
spirits of Saxon king 1.Cuts dose 7.Judge Once Mr. Salinger made up to California. The President wa
gods 43.Small lie45.Cantide 2.Love apple 8.Thoroughfare his mind, he had a problem.i furious but' there wasn't mud 1r .
long E 3.Bib character fare How could he sneak out of the, he could do but dictate a "Dea .. i.
22.Cistern 46.Jutting rock : Make White House without the Presi- Pierre" letter.
broader dent's seeing him? i the mai
10.Slightest Having gotten over y
I Z 3 4 ':/ S I' 7 a 9 Io 4.3
.....t'':: / 15.Wood= Everytime he tried the President hurdle Salinger still bad to
U I IL LP IJ' shoe would call a press confer. face the problem of whether he
1' 17.Rich Cur ence. A few times Pierre almost was eligible to run in California ..a I sI
1+ I' V v r = ': : : 19.language Dead made it to the White House gate, since he had resided in Yirgii:
when the President sent several fa[ for three
/4 t ZI 23.Erie or years.
Suez Secret Service men after him. But luck was in his favra' I SAW MY FATHER LYI i& CN THt: ROOK *JuSf W THKE.HOLPINQ R'THEN THE
The President wants to re- When a group of Californi a yr cxU.ThLE I ?AND THERE wA5 TH15 GUN THE GUM OUT OF HAkPe
corolla I PONT K>4OW WHY tasty I HCKEP IT UP.
lS V l' If 'U 'f./ lease his war on poverty message -electors visited Salinger's wif! NOT mix ABOCT IT. A NOISE/rN NOT SCK:
r//- // '// 27.28.Hair Purchaser cutler ," they told him once. Nancy at his Virginia hom e! user! THAT JT WAS.A SHOT!
'l/ // s // u 29.Jacksoaheroine The President wants you to I she said, "He couldn't possibl]
// r'l..
N explain his policy en Panama to I be a Virginia resident bscatu
Jl SL 'l"J" : q.oS.
h Vh 30.Vitality the press," they told him the: I haven't seen him since M
3f 36 "ij; J1 ,lJ 31.Small spar second time. Johnson became President"So
'l/ 32.Spinet The third time they just started ., Salinger is now running ft
if 44 tH 34.36.Sandplp Neoplasm( stripping Pierre's,clothes off,_ Senator from California. An

42 -u 44 fS 38.Squall "The President wants you to gc I the President has now institute
Ed 40.Yellow for a swim with him. a new policy at the Executh
4' : 47 : 40 ocher Mr. Salinger was in a quan, Mansion. No lights at the Wbi!
:4rI {4.Close to dary. He had to file within 72 House will be turned off undid til
Par 11m.26 mtft. N_1IftnI!0 .... hours California, and he every member of Mr. Johnson

n't see how be could get away,, staff is accounted for.

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sponsor. This year he has. hid
Roy .Rogers King Cole IntegratesHis more television offers than]lie

; Scholars Protest Dubbing ShakespeareA can fill. The same-with movHB...,.. f
Now .
Riding o Show But QuietlyBy *'.f .

Non-Intellectual Natural Genius' Swivel Chair JAMES BACONAP Cole doesn't like to speak on Paper Says : :

l\lovie-Tele\'ision Writer I the integration problem. Wake Forest : '

HOLLYWOOD (AP) The HOLLYWOOD (AP) Nat "Just because I'm a so-called i
Ntw fork} mimes Bible have had such a profound mense fund of knowledge. thing has to But be it is defined impossibleto and queen of the West was at thehairdresser's (King) Cole talks little about the celebrity, I am not about to Signs Negro
and comprehensive understanding Thanks to the research of many catalogued. '
: By BROOKS ATKINSON explained the kingof integration problem-but does speak for 15 million people. Re-
for wonders
account ofShakespeare's
NEW YORK One more dis- of life. scholars for many years, we works without the cowboys, thrashing wild much. I member what Willie Mays said WINSTON-SALEM, N.C: AP)

cussion of Shakespeare and then Ben Johnson, who had one deal know of where it. Like he found all dramatistsat a good invoking the primary mysteryof ly about on his exercising ma- The man many consider the. when they asked him about the -The Winston-Salem Journal

the subject will be dropped for or two university degrees, was the time he used other plays, how he could have writtenso chine. greatest ballad singer in the trouble in Alabama? He said: said Wednesday Wake Forest
more of an intellectual than With flick of switch the 'I'm just its first Ne-
things less elderly. stories and fables as source- much so gloriously. Some of a a business is winding up an en-, a ballplayer. College has signed
This writer's recent assertion Shakespeare. In fact, he was in- material. He also used such his contemporaries were amaz- thrashing stopped and the kingof gagement at the Sands Hotel in' "And me, I'm just a performer. gro athlete to a grant-iiKud.

that Shakespeare was not an intellectual clined to patronize Shakespearefor historical materials as Holin- ed by his natural genius the cowboys dismounted. On Las Vegas with an integrated' ." The paper said Jvenne*&
a of formal education.
has been challenged "Thou hast small Latine and shed's Chronicles and Plutarchin term that intellectuals find con- foot again, Roy Rogers looked chorus of singers and dancers. Show business is more liberal (Butch) Henry, a quarterback
slander. wide I But it about the same as when he than most businesses in the at Greensboro's Dudley Negro
as Shakespeare's lesse Creeke," he said with the North's translation, from temptible. .was natural "It's my own package," says '
_, range of knowledge and his confidence of a first- rate class- which, in fact, he lifted phrasesand genius, seasoned by knowledge thundered over the purple sage Nat. "I just picked the best hiring of Negroes, but the big High School, has been acceptedfor
prodigious vocabulary are sub- images. I and experience. Beaumont mar- -tall, dark, slim and trimbutwith singers and dancers I could find breakthrough didn't come until : admission.He .

mitted as proof of his intellectual icist.Bacon, with his cold mind, Since scholars admire Shake- :velled that a "mortall man" a touch of angina. and put the show on the road." this year. would be the second Negroto

.. eminence. And so the battle was an 1 n t e llectuaL Havingmore speare, and in most cases haveno like S h a k espeare could have "My sawbones thinks it mightbe There are seven white persons In 1957, Cole 'had one of the : compete in the Atlantic Coast
of the books has broken out intellect than moral knowledge of the theater, gone so far "by the dimme lightof tension," he says. "I get all and five Negroes in the best variety programs on television I Conference. Darryl Hill played

again. For this writer, unregen- sense, he had no difficulty in they are prone to look for schol- nature." knotted up, hard as rock right troupe. They have toured the but he couldn't get a I football at Maryland last fall

erate in all things, continues to prosecuting an old friend and arship in Shakespeare's works. We can account for intellectuals -: back here"-he gives himself a country with much success-and r

contend that our sovereign poet benefactor, the Earl of Essex, They could be happy if he, too, since they deal in materials -i poke between the shoulder- no complaint Peter Sellers

.was not an intellectual in the when p o litical advantage made were an intellectuaL But the ec- that are tractable, at least: blades-"and the doc thinks that Jack Entr. :r, president of I HELD C. Scott
sense that he aquired knowledge -i double dealing fruitful. Inci- stasy and wit of his sonnets, the by equals. But it is impossible! may be contracting the main the Sands, says Cole's show is; George
systematically and used it dentally, Bacon's venality as sprawling unclassical structureof to account in rational terms for artery to my heart. "the No. 1 ticket in town. It's Stanley Kubrick'sDr.

rationally like Spinoza and Lord Chancellor ought to convince his plays, the booming rhe- a poet who can "shake our disposition -I "So I ride this thing twice a SRO every night. StrangeloveTH .
Kant who founded systems of everyone that he could not tric of some of his verse, the with thoughts beyond day and just take it easier than .
thought. reaches of souls." I __-b__ SU N tJr Bas I tssraed Ts Std Worrybgtm
possibly have written Shake- great disparity in the quality of the our I used to. I've been lucky so R U ..
Shakespeare was a sensuous speare. Or as George Lyman his plays and occasional errorsof Where the tools of analysisfail far-never have had a heart at- HAWTHORNESATURDAY Tbs Boob .N.

poet Since his poetry is flooded Kittredge, the Shakespeareanscholar fact suggest a poet who was the least we can do is to tack-but if I tried to from
with sounds, sights and odors, once remarked sardon- writing under pressure for a love the man and honor his here to the barn I'd 10305s709P.M.
he must have been of over APRIL
a man extraordinary -ically: "If Bacon wrote Shake- company of actors, of which he memory "on this side idolatry," before I got 25 feet"By
His wit
sensibilities. speare, who wrote Bacon?" was one.There as did that vain, contentious, 11..1-. tIWIZARDRY
and humor his and despair taking it easier, the 52-
agony As a professional writer is no category in scornful yet admiring colleague, PLAYBOYIEST.PJCJUREOFTHEYEAR' '
his preception of beauty, Shakespeare acquired an imNOW scholarship for mystery. Every;Ben Jonson. year old Rogers means he
.his sense of the'tragic nature of makes his millions these days

life portray a man of deep feel- by firing phone calls from a Auspices .

ing and wide experience. The Rita Admits She's No swivel chair. But he's still win- LIONS CLUB !!!
range and intensity of his feel- : LongerA ning the West, by buying and :

ing, and of course his genius for selling big chunks of it in King LEGIO HOMELOT e-- ) i W,ririER or 7 AoADlrMravrARUS.:
lordly language, are the certifi- Love Goddess Takes New RoleBy Midas-type real estate deals. a
cates of his quality. Other men His 138-acre RR-Bar ranch in

have had more book knowledgethan Chatsworth, for instance. He 3iP-$ : \,
he had, but no one else- DAVE SMITH bought it nine years ago for
except the authors of the Associated Press Writer '
many $120,000 and sold
131 acres to a
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