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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
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Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: April 5, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
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By CLIP CORMIER .. Can Save MacArthur ::,:



Names .r Dissident groups seized the opportunity to voice'their displeasure,
this weekend during the visit of Sen. Spessard Holland, Army Under
Secretary Paul Ignatius and several Army generals. :i::: Remains

Panama: The Army under secretary and generals were picketed at the .
r r Gainesville Municipal Airport and on the campus of the Universityof ;:7: 4: I .. f f

Florida by the Student-Peace Union. ', .. ,
I Holland's speech at the University Inn was protested by a long'' M G InDeepf.f!
Envoy line of marchers representing the Student Group For Equal,Rights.
., The SGER voiced their displeasure with signs at Holland's partici-
pation in the Senate filibuster against the civil rights bill.
Iw Only four members of the Peace Union showed up at the air .y p QtL t y Coma
Last Obstacle port to meet the Army officials. They said they were there as individuals S

not as an organized group.
!' To New Talks When the Army secretary's olive drab, twin-engined Army air WASHINGTON (AP) Gen.

plane had taxied to a halt, they picked up their signs and began of the Army Douglas Mac-
1 WASHINGTON (AP) -President walking in a tight circle in front of the terminal building. Arthur, gripped In a deepeningcoma
Johnson named a new am- ,"Welcome Dr. Strangelove," one' sign read. "Get Out of Viet was in ominous straits
bassador to Panama on Saturday Nam," said another. Saturday but described as jesting
promised help to Brazil,
i and declared with obvious satisfactIon ,(See PICKETS on Page 2) quietly.
Army doctors said in late aft-
a : "This has been a good
that his vital functions-
ernoon
week for this hemisphere.
such as heartbeat, blood pressure
The Panamanian assignmentwent _
to the Latin-American director and breathing-were be-
rt of the Peace Corps, Jack r coming increasingly difficult to
ti Hood Vaughn, 43, who has had sustain. Earlier, they said his
,t considerable experience in for liver had ceased to function.
eign aid work in Latin America Only a miracle could save
and once served in Panama. a. him, the doctors said.
Johnson said Vaughn would go roy Ironically a long-standing,
t to Panama "just as soon as he ; ix I+ smoldering ailment of the liver
can be confirmed by the Senate yt> pxM which surgeons hoped they had
." The ambassadorial post W? 9yn halted by the first of his three t
has been vacant since last Au major operations, now is the
principal threat to the life of
gust.Johnson praised Vaughn as
a man who knows personally INSIDE A CHAT; MacArthur, 84.
about as many Panamanians as But a veritable constellationof
h' any U.S. citizen does. conditions poses odds againstthe
Johnson made the announce- OUTSIDE PICKETSSidney fight for life of the man
ment after informing the Panamanian r t' FGoQt whose will to live and strengthand

government through an > Z a YSy Martin (left), outgoing president of the Ala fiber have inspired his
exchange of notes between Secretary : chua County Mental Health Association and Mrs. Jeri doctors.
of State Dean Rusk and : [ ,Dollar, a board member of the association chatted with The functioning of his liver
Foreign Minister Galileo Solas. M ; ,guest speaker Sen. Spessard Holland last night before virtually has stopped, and the
The notes reopening diplomatic the senator's ,speech. Meanwhile, outside the Univer- functioning of all his other major
ties cleared away the last obstacle sity Inn, pickets,walked in protest of Senator Holland.Expiains vital systems, including his
to the U.S.-Panamanian heart, is becoming increasingly
agreement concluded Friday to difficult to sustain.
work out a "just_and fair" solution That was the grave picture
'I : of their differences over the Fed. given by a grim-faced Lt Gen.
''1903'treaty which gives the U.s. : Leonard D. Heaton, the Army's t
surgeon general He heads the
(See NAMES on Page 2))
team of doctors
surgeons, ,
nurses, and other personnel
HealthPl which has strived to save the
nF life of the old hero of three

Johnson All but announces'Candidacy' Soviet-China wars.Heaton's. rather detailed account -

of MacArthur's apparently
Sen. Holland Addresses
'
mortal combat was made
ShowDownDue
more poignant by this:
at Conference '. Mental Health Ass'nBy His story of how the hero of ';

in Fall] lived the Philippines convalescence- in the followinghis short-

WASHINGTON (AP) -President tions with the United States and I had conducted myself to (sic)' JUDY BARNES ized care units and the new first operation -kept his
Johnson said Saturday 1964 proceed with talks aimed at the same high standards of morals MOSCOW (APTass dis- While pro civil rights pickets community mental health cen- doctors spellbound with his recited -
will be a prosperous year for solving long-standing difficultiesover as my daughters apply to closed Saturday that world communism's marched outside the UniversityInn ters."The memories of war experi-
,1 the American people and "a the Canal Zone. themselves now." showdown meeting Friday night, Sen. Spessard centers are not too largean ences dating back to Flanders
about Red China is planned for Holland addressed members of addition to the number of of World War I.
for the Democrats
good year He announced that the new On another optimistic note, "
next fall. the Alachua County Mental federal agencies, Holland "Corregidor, island hopping,
from the political standpoint. U.s. ambassador to Panama the President announced "very clarified.He .
Asked at another of his Saturday will be Jack Hood, Vaughn the good news" about the nation's This gives plenty of time for Health Association banquet. subsequent Japanese govern-
afternoon news conferences Peace Corps' director for Latin persistent balance of pay all parties to take a position and "Sen. Holland Each Word explained how proper ment situations were given in
mental health
Tightens the Chains of Slavery care has in- turn to us in (beautifully com-
whether it would be a good year America. ments problems. He said preliminary for Soviet Premier Khrushchevto
Stop the Fillibuster," one of creased. In early Florida, many posed) English which to me is
for him, Johnson replied: "The As for Brazil,Johnson said he figures indicate that in marshal his strength for the said. "Don't Mouth "cures" were performed by dentists "
the pickets second to none, said Heaton,
Democrats, I said. That means is glad constitutional processeswere the January-March quarter the climactic test of strength with another. who simply pulled bad
said moved
the South, obviously by the
_ all Democrats." observed in the overthrowof U.S. payments deficit the Mao Tzetung.The his teeth that had been poisoning
Inside,Holland began men memory of the bedside sessions
who all but an- former President Joao Gou- amount of money leaving the Tass disclosure the
Johnson, came in tal health speech saying, "WhenI "crazy" person's system. with MacArthur.
nounced his bid for re-election lart and added, "We expect country balanced against the a dispatch from Sofia, Bulgaria,' was at UP, pickets were what "Care of the mentally ill usedto MacArthur even harked
with that statement, was in a and look forward to brighter amount eliminated.The coming. in-was almost reporting that the Bulgarian were on a fence. I hope you be left entirely to the state," back to experiences with Gen.

generally buoyant mood as he hopes there. 50 60 who Communist party was "shoulder: won't pay too much attention to Holland said. "People simply John J. "Blackjack" Pershmg, +
surveyed the world for newsmen Johnson's rosy view of the or newsmen to shoulder" with Moscow in them." called mentally ill 'those crazy Heaton said.Heaton's .
clustered around him in the world extended even to the moral .(See JOHNSON on Page 2), the fight with Peking.The Holland then launched into a people' and assumed they would report on MacAr-
I Cabinet room. standards of American teen* Bulgarians are the only discussion of a new national never get well," thur's comatose conditien
Speaking of recent events in agers. ones to take a public stand except program for community health Help was slow in coming to marked the first time any of
Panama and Brazil, the Presi Asked to comment on "the for the Hungarians whom centers. He' said such centersare the mentally ill in those days his doctors had met personallywith
dent said: "I would say that loosening of morals for the WHERETO Khrushchev is currently visit especially needed in for also, he said. Often their names reporters since MacAr
this has been a good week for young in this country," Johnson ing. Most other parties main- da, as more than 1,000 patients would get lost on long lists of thur's first operation on March
this hemisphere. replied: "From my observation FIND ITO tained an embarrassed silence. were sent out of state last year patients and they would be in a 6.
he is "en there has been treatment. much worse condition by the ;
Johnson reported an improvementin Not the for psychiatric "Will he live? was the first
couraged by the developments morals since my day. I thinkI so Bulgarians."The "They are the ones who needto time they were hospitalized."The question asked after Heaton had :i'
<. in Panama," which agreed Fri would have made my parents Area . . 1C plenary meeting of the be near their loved ones Selective Service Act read a prepared medical bul
.day to.resume diplomatic rela happier if at 16 or 18,or even 20, Classified 6C-11C Central Committee of the Bul most," he said. "Mental health showed us how many young letin.
_ ; e Comics . . 4C garian Communist party heart- patients can be treated best at men were in poor mental health Heaton hesitated for a
Markets .. 6A
when classified
ily approves and unanimously they were as
home. moment and then-uWell let's
d Army Aide Here Movies .. . 5C supports the proposal of the Soviet Holland gave the late Pres- unfit for service," Holland said. just say,that this is an omfeetB, .
Obituaries . 2A
O Communist Central credit "Then and there a new tech-
party ident John F. Kennedy report. But later, in answer to
,
Y 1'g O Opinion Page 4A Committee attitude nique of therapy was born."
to call this autumnan for changing Congress' the "Is there
question, any possibility -
Sports . 0106Women's
Holland said further
and we were
international meeting of fraternal toward mental health causing of recovery?" Heaton
. IB-SB
Communist and workers' it to provide money for hospital worried when so many strongSee replied, "Miracles always hap-
parties." personnel training, centrala ( HOLLAND on Page 2)) pen."



Dem 'Go' Belldegree WANTED WOMAN

'g Rally Rings Captured byClassifieds --

: s: $-

_ JIM McGUmK of proficiency in the job; t =

Sun Staff Writer I am doing the job; I want a Mrs. Local Department Stwe 'r ,
WALDO Twenty-two can- 22 County CandidatesSeek chance to continue doing it," he Representative caged us today 1'

didates offered some 40 Waldo said.Richard to cancel her ad and reported
I \ wk residents a preview last nightof Wilson Gainesville that she had had at least 10
11 different county wide political Votes in Waldo attorney challenging incumbent calls in the past couple days
for and 5 or 6 of the girls calling
campaign. Ralph Turlington a seat in
The occasion was the first of the Florida Legislature, attacked an try out for the job. ;

4- IS political rallies scheduled for than by telling the citizens be day running back and forthto office-holders whose contin- classifieds When trying will to fill a petition
the May 5 primaries by the work." ued re-election "goes right to always get your
wanted give .the
Alachua.County Democratic Ex- to people a their heads." woman (or man).
choice of candidates for the Justiss has been using the
ecutive CounciL The Wa 1 d orally After s
argument that the conceding"My opponentis LADY with accounts rceiwbl.
held at the city park was office. .campaign a good politician" who "has experrkncee, typing euenffal age
the .
Public Defender for Eighth Apply to Mr* X (
preceded by a.Lions dub-spon "The office of Public Defender Judicial Circuit should have his devoted much of his time to taw Dept Start. +
sored fish fry.Predictably public service." Wilson chargedthat t
will mean more to an the Mice in Gainesville rather than
the incumbents people when they know that Starke, Turlington "has completely Economical Sun WantAdsWork
cited their accomplishments everyone's rights are being lost sight of the people." hard at such lew costs
.- while in office as challengers looked after," he said. Green, who was appointed to "My opponent thinks he Place your family wont-ad on
F Bill Combs (left) welcomed Army; Under Secretary ,reeled off lists of changes they the receately-created post, said knows what is best for you despite the 6 to 12 day low; rate plan!
Paul Ignatius to Gainesville*Friday at the :Municipal would make if elected. He attacked incumbent and he bad handled more than 150 what you want," Wilson .
Call 372.8441
._ Airport. In uniform is CoL James,.T. Hennessey, headof Candidate for Public Defender Starke resident R. A, (Buzzy) criminal cases in the office al stated. He pledged himself to us today
the Array BOTC at the University of Florida..Addi- Robert G. (Chief) Justiss.began Green with the comment,"I will ready. Proof of Resulni
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I Stories of Human Terror Unfold in Quake AftermatH I




: EDITOR'S NOTE As the panoramic convulsion and His 200 head of cattle were! river of slowly swirling, boiling| do it in one puff. beach north Newport The sea\sheared avalanches of snow and In it. The moon was out and

dost settles after the most violent its path of human terror. grazing quietly at his ranch on pitch-like substance rings the Out in the quiet suburb called glowed in the light of a full dirt and stone from mountain they could see dogs floatingjjy

earthquake ever recordedin Narrow'Cape, a lovely finger of great iron core of the earth. "Turnagain," a well-birched moon. The McKenzie family,|*. _.uiintheseajtrajseda and saw their own jpactui&ble: :

the northern hemisphere, the By SAUL PETT and :land washed by the Gulf of Just what was happening down subdivision of ranch and split- clustered tightly together, soon, mighty wave. past. To them, seemed that

I! : foil picture of its enormity begins JULES LOH I Alaska, about 50 miles. southeast there on, this, Good Friday no level houses, Esther McCreedywas fell asleep. After seven months* 1. Drage, Joan Groom's the whole town was afire. Finally

to emerge. Here two 'reporters KODIAK, Alaska (AP-That) .I. of here on the Gulf of Ko man on earth could say with finishing a ham with brown the pain of their nine-year-olc1 house quivered, then shook withae the water and fire receded ;-

I It who covered it now afternoon Louis Beaty noticed ,diak. certainty and cows make unreliable sugar and pineapple rings. Her daughter's death had begun tc chimney and the McRaes were

weave together the details r*/ 4.., thing strange. _ I About three o'clock that after. seismologists. One theoryis husband was due home for sup- crashed onto the roof and the rescued without serious_ injury.

iJ noon, the cattle, turned ,and began that this huge river by its constant per in about 20 minutes. :ebb.And In the serenity tha -. :,: tonthefloor. Far to the southwest, on Kodiak

I to move away from their and opposing currents Far to the south, 250 miles Screaming with Island the .shook
J' bathed the moonlit beach in fright, quake-
About :low-lying grazing land to higher wears and strains the earths from Claudia Groom's birthday
More the children
Louis
__ Oregon, the Kodiak Harbor and toppled over in Beaty's ranch house,but
'f-1 : ground. They had never done !crust Where the crust is weak, party and 50 miles northwest of the quiet going-home time in I their chairs. Joan Groom lost he and his clairvoyant cattle
this before so early in the day. it may crack. Alaska is knownto Louis Beaty's curiously acting
Anchorage the earth crust her balance and pitched to the were safe on high ground. At
under

Louis frowned. The ; lie on' a relative weak layerof cattle, Bill Cuthbert
t Rally Beaty sky a leatheryand Alaska could no longer endure floor in a litter of flying books the narrow head Shearwater
was and blue. The mountains crust grizzled fisherman, was sitting .
sunny
d .t{ Bay the great ,
and quake
the strain of the inexorable glass overturned furni-- opened
behind him stood serenelyin I At her tidy frame home in An- down to supper in the gal- fissures the
ture. long bay rushed,
-p From Page 1 their skirts of snow. The wind chorage, Joan Groom couldn't ley of his 86-foot scow the "Se- forces below. It let go at Again and again the house the ground snapped shut and
blowing in from the turquoisesea have cared less about the mys- lief." The boat was tied to Its 5:36 pjn. Anchorage time.I shot
shook, sometimes towering geysers skyward.Out .
gently, sometimes -
((10:36 Eastern Standard Time.
was gentle. terious forces grinding and slip In Kodiak Harbor.
t of Issues three candidates seeking Coun-- violently. Then in Kodiak harbor
series suddenlyit BUI
I \ present an entire Beaty vaguely sensed that the straining the earth beneath. Of By Alaska standards, it was And across more than 600 ,

L as the campaign warms ty Commission seat for District cattle had sensed something.But more immediate concern were warm, about 35 degrees in Kodiak miles of mountains and towns ended. Somehow no one was Cutherbert cursed. He was'. sure,
One, said his experience as a injured. White with terror Joan some drunken sailor had
what? the visible forces that could at and Anchorage and the in- and spruce forests and icy
up.Turlington countered with a three-term member of the High Groom began to sing a the bumped into his boat Cuthb rt
I and What, indeed? The mood of any moment wreck her living! frequent towns and remote villages streams and secluded coves and song
Springs City Commission children had memorized. stormed out on deck and
denial "I have always saw
blanket Alaska on this Good Friday, room and nervous system. in between. But 1,500 great expanses of snow broken
I tried to serve you unselfishly," his membership in various civic March 27, 1964, was benign. The children, at last, were in miles down the rim of the only by animal tracks, the earth Slowly, one by one, they masts waving madly all over'
him to on
clubs serve the He realized
s. he stated. "I hope I have always qualified unit. Spring was coming, the temperature their places; the pink cake with Great Pacific Basin, at New- strained and groaned and shook. stopped crying and began sing- bay. at once It
the was an earthquake and'
county turnedhis
always I
had humility; my door has He promised to see that "all was rising. People were its cover of coconut was on the port, Ore., it was much warmer : And in untold hundreds of ing.At radio to the

-1 been open." He then cited of the county business is bandied already betting on when the ice table, her daughter Claudia had and Monte and Rita McKenzieand places it cracked open and in the Highland Fling, Harry band. Few Alaskan emergency marine -

a list of his accomplishments would break up in the rivers. made her wish and was now their four children had scores of places it buckled and Groom felt the first tremor and seamen
t in businesslike manner. need to be told
a that
various polls in which he Down under I to blow out the four smiled. "Oh, he said flippantly quakes
and James S. Wershow, who bills deep the earth'scrust ready pink gone to the shore on a camping toppled buildings and swayed make waves. ..
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been'named among the top than 50 miles down 'candles. Ten critics four "another earthquake. Others
.( has farmer more young trip. trees and poles in wild dizzy
L legislators in the state. businessman himself as "lawyer," repeatedly, in an eternal darkness without of them her brothers and sisters They found a cozy spot for the i i arcs and heaved up pavementand at the bar smiled. After: State Trooper Don Church: ,

-i. "I am running based on my to work for a "harm- season, it is thought that a huge were yelling she couldn't night, a driftwood shelter on the snapped bridges andeb many years of gentle tremors back in Kodiak only half an
and promised and real hour after a 22-day tour
record, my experience my no quake, Alaskanshad of ;lila
of between city
purpose"
---L qualifications," he said. ony More About More come to regard the subject district the entire Aleutian
lawmakers. About
; and
Connell found county with nonchalance.But chain where he knows
John
; Candidate Incumbent Claude Brandon I .every
change tuaritI this tremor refused to village and nomadic
____ a "definite need for a his record family
said he is running on I
- office." I and the bar rushed to the police station to
fell and
In our county judge's "continued Names I stop, quiet
and stands for progress Pickets
"
: rvmnpii""" ._.__ 'noted_n,_ that Incumbent In: representing au.. 01 S. E. THOMPSON I then the whole room rocked'I sound the alarm over th jna-

; Judge H.. H. (Harry) McDonald Alachua County." MOULTRIE, Ga. S. E. with new force. Bottles pitChed rine radio: Expect a tidal.wave,

"promised eight years ago candidate Dash- to the floor, glasses smashed, get to high ground. .
had Thompson
I District three From 1 owner and operate
that he would retire" if he were wood Hicks said he would "do Page From Page 1 of a construction company in women screamed. People triedto But Bill Cuthbert couldn't; he

re-elected once more. all in my power to reduce I Gainesville, Fla., died here Friday !- rush to the door but the floor had a lame engine. With no
absolute and perpetual control into which
positions have Ignatius
frowned
they
conceded he was nolan that 20 I curiously at was billowing like insane jelly choice, with his boat tied to the
Connell taxes. Arguing yearsas as a result of burns sufferedin
of the Canal Zone. Panama Is infiltrated in Brazil. the small
i but noted that the Gainesville businessmanhad group as he walked a construction and they fell and they crawled. dock, he went to the gaUey'and
attorney, a accident
I
t demanding a share in control. Johnson stressed at his news past them and boarded of
does not make one Outside Fourth waited. The first wave came' at
Avenue
State Constitution given him sound exper I Thursday. on :
conference
for the job. The Panamanian settlement Saturday that the four Army sedans which con- the 6:47: p.m. gently gradual
requirement ience. pavement was billowing and a
this
a formula reached just United States is much con- voyed the brass to the According to reports, Thompson '
was one Univer- swell
Judges now favored people were falling and followed by a gradual.ebb.
17 County Hicks also "county cars
said
'
R He cerned with the "serious was burned when an engine
after the government problems" But he
day new sity. didn't
in Florida are not at roads to serve all the people and say anything were bouncing and one whole I It was now dark and the
serving exploded
was established in Brazil following of this hemisphere. He to the picketers.A on a job he was super
not just a few. block of stores sank-just sank townspeople who had
torneys. said his University Current County Commisioner the ouster of President Joao said the United States is doing man In civilian clothes, who vising. -20 feet into a huge crack of up the hills with flashlights scampered
Connell Goulart, whose policies were of- everything it can to deal with] identified himself Funeral service will be held in
as an Army the convulsed earth. The looked
criminology and experience Edgar L. Johnson asked reelection ; mar- now like fireflies. The
in
degree ten and frequently these "ancient enemies of man- Blakely! Ga. at 11 I
pro-Communist tomor
a.m.
1 as a parole officer and because of his experience kind-disease intelligence officer, was more quee of the Denali movie thea- second wave hit with a -roar
1; counselor at Sunland training and record of progress in antagonistic toward the "We and illiteracy. interested. He wanted to know row. The Bryan Funeral Homein ter, which was to open in a half and in an instant every piling
United States. are encouraged by the Blakely is in charge.
I in office. He the names of the students. When hour for the evening show, sankto
seven argued anchor
Center were among his qualifications years developments in Panama Survivors include every every line, every
,
for the job, which deals that the voters ought to mam- The developments In both Johnson declared. "We he found out he wrote them Mildred his widow, the level of the sidewalk.A pier, snapped and broke and the
are a S. E.
; son Jr.
; with holding juvenile tain the current"fine balance"of I Brazil and Panama were regarded pleased that have not down in a notebook.One daughter ; a block away, the five-story harbor became a dizzy whirl
primarily we only Charlotte his
_ court and administering wills. representation on the tom- here as blows to Commu- been able to work out an of the pickets, Jim Da Mrs. ,D. B. Thompson; and mother J. C. Penney building swayedout pool. .' .

I Judge McDonald listed his mission. He noted the commission -' nist ambitions in Latin America. arrangement that is satisfactory cey, a graduate student in brother D. B. Jr. a over the street, swayed back Cuthbert dashed to the wheel
L now includes a farmer Insurance advantage mathematics said the demon- and then one end sank in a roar
background experience and They deny'the propaganda to both nations in every respect, Thompson had been in the house while his two crewmen
I. made the specific point, "I was man and farmer, builder -: the Reds have gained but we are glad that the transition stration against the militarywas construction business in I of crumbling masonry and clung to the rail. They heard

born in 1902; I am 62 years old; warehouse and trucking rep-I from the prolonged Panama Canal in Brazil has been consti made because "the Defens'Department Gainesville for !several years. glass. Elsewhere, a new sIx- man in a small boat crying, for

not dead of old age." resentative, and himself, a law crisis which began with riot tutional. While the problems are is spending $57 billion t story apartment, not yet occupied help. They tried to throw hihi.a
I am ing In early January; and they this year while only $1 MRS. M. A. MORPER collapsed in thunder and
He said he would not belittle yer."I immense there, we are preparedto in line but couldn't They saw his
personally see no reasonto the. for removalof billion was going to combat many places earth fissures
entangled with open way join with our friends in the ARCHER small boat carried off crazily l Ina
himself to get swap horses in the middleof Communists from powerful I poverty." I Ms. Marie Anderson snaked right through living
world in
'false rumors" that have been the stream when you're doinga trying to help Brazil "We-would like for them to I Morper, 97, died at her rooms. wild maelstrom of swirling
I around the county.He face up to them and meet home here boats and debris. -
circulating pretty good job of getting answer some academic yesterday after an When Esther McCreedy's ham
sairf he has served with hon- across," he said. Man Jailed I them.Johnson while they're on the questions cam- extended illness. She had lived pitched from the stove she knewit The big boats became,mighty
was told that there
and is known here for 60 battering rams, pounding Into
and integrity years. was no ordinary tremor and
or Leiman Batten, aiming for had been some indications of pus Instead of just discussing .
as a lawyer and a judge. the District Five Commission Mrs. Morper was a native of hurried out Near the door she the tumbling buildings across
County military organizational -
-7' Sheriff candidate R. D. (Bob) seat of Sidney Martin-, For RaidingMail i possible with Prime moves Minister toward Fidel relations Gas.tro's lems," Dacey said. prob- Lawrence, Kan., born there In was thrown down by a violent Front Street, across Main Streetand

Jordan said the county needs' 1866. new shudder. And just outside : when the waves receded! ,,
declared he would abolishing
support "I'm
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a full-time sheriff, a working .the Green..Belt..Law..ffelected. She was a charter memberof the door, she turned and the Selief came to rest, .stfll up
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by J. W. Ful ( ) said
sheriff, one {t1i fWi1f get o ti1d BoxA the Archer chapter of the watched her home sink "as U rightfarupthehflL ,...
I bright, D-Ark., advocating Mel Black, a sophomore.At .
a In slow motion" Cuthbert waited for the iext t'
? work. Eastern Star and the oldest livIng up to the roof: .
Batten called "a vocational look the
at various University Inn Holland
new
; He included in his qualifications foreign policy member of the Archer Presbyterian level in a huge crevass. onslaught. It came 55 minutes
education for all chil issues. shrugged off the demonstration
his background as program 49-year-old plumber was Church. She joined the Beyond, where 100 homes had later, with less force but jnore

counselor to the Alachua County dren. Tljis} "is one thing we jailed late Friday night after More About outside. church in 1906. She was a charter stood, she saw an eerie expanseof height. Again, the heavy scow
he said. He said
-I really need, he allegedly bashed open a public "When I was a student at the
membership ruin. whirled
juvenile court and his member of the Women's The bluffs overlookingCook was around and around
he supported "paving of county mail box at NW 7th University of Florida -
Avenue \ picketswere Inlet had fallen ,
in various civic organiza- cnnsuan Temperance Union anda away, 200 and battered its way -through-
I roads, but not for special Interests and 10th Street what "
with a brick. were on fences
tions. life member of the Archer yards inland, taking with it buildings and came to rest upright _
Incumbent Joe Crevasse referred to haul our resources out"Martin Man inside the box was ran- Holland Holland said. "I hope you won't Woman's Club. I houses snapped in two and three on a crushed store. ,.

to his experience and campaigning for reelection -sacked, according to Police pay too much attention to Funeral services will be at 3 pieces into deep gorges. The The third waveless violent!

said the sheriff "is called uponto on the slogan, "pro Chief W. D. Joiner. them," he told a banquet audience pjn. today in the Archer Pres- area looked like a vast brownsea still, refloated the scow ajyl

do many things not written gress with economy," cited his The man is Richard Dennis, From Page 1 i of the Alachua County byterian Church with Rev. William of motionless waves, peaked Cuthbert tied a line to a. telephone -

_ into the law." He said a sheriff record of accomplishments. He 1524 SE 4th Ave. Mental Health Association. C. Christie, assisted by Dr. with pieces of homes and pole. Through the night,

J should be interested in children told the Waldo citizens, "In a He first was held for investi young men came home from II UF Prof. Austin Creel, facul--W. N. Harrington, officiating. snapped trees. Esther McCreedywept. Just about every 55 minutes, the

and stated he has constantly few 'months, you will have one gation. But after a hearing before the war mentally ill. .Tranquillizers ty advisor for the SGER, said Burial will be in Archer Cemetery waves came in weaker each

tried to work with youngsters. of the finest highways" In the a U.S. commissioner yes- were dramatic in their i the march was to remind Floridians with the Eastern Star conducting And suddenly it was over time until the nightmare ended

Crevasse cited the mentally State of Florida. terday, formal charges were help, and gradually hospitals! that Holland opposed the graveside rites. some say after 90 seconds, others at3a.m. .,

fll as another narticular area Candidate for Superintendent -lodged by the federal govern began to grow. civil rights bill. Pallbearers will be L. B. after five full minutes and i Trooper Church still at his
,
radio
of his interest He said he has of Public Instruction, ment. The "center plan" would help "This silent march will standin Graveley, W. G. Long, Aullie now all of Anchorage, it seems,
to
worked to see that mentally disturbed Harry Evans, said he supported"a Bond was set at $1,000 and both in patients and outpatients eloquent contrast to what Is Blitch, J. D. McNeill, B. M. was arrested in an unfamiliar- of ,the was trying remote contact each,
tiny, villages "ton
-t persons were properly program of essentials: read Dennis was transferred from the he said. There would be I going on in the United States Bishop and Tom Williams. Wil overwhelmingly complete slence. the island. In days-to come he

treated rather than thrown into ing, writing and arithmetic.1fHe city to the county jail. He'll either day or night care for' Senate," Creel said. liams-Thomas is in charge. ;

county jaD.Claude said he was for "free pub await trial in federal distrcit out-patients. There would be rehabilitation -I 'Holland jokingly told the audience Survivors include a daughter, And from far out In the agitated -would Because visit of each personally.

M. (Red) Franks, candidate lic schools" and thus against a court centers and halfway it was the third time he Mrs. Elmer Grantham, Archer; ocean came the wave rushIng Church'si'adIo

,- for county tax assessor fee system. "I would give pref- Joiner last night said Dennis ; houses to help the mentally had been picketed during his a son, George, Archer; four toward the shaken land. As warnings, most of the peoplein

greeted the crowd by raising erence to ,hometown people was caught when officers rush- cured patient re-adjust to so- current trip around the state. grandchildren and five great- the depth grew shallower, the the villages escaped. A few still
and are Where it hit are missing. But in at leasf'f our
J his hand with outstretched palm when jobs promotions ciety. grandchildren. wave grew higher.
ed to the "I'm getting used to it he
and said, "This is how I've been open," he added.W. scene to investigate a I "A second goal would be to said. I the land in broad open areas it casesAfognak, Ouzinkie; Ka-:

greeting folks lately, saying S. (Tiny) Talbot, also a report telephoned to police bya i help the physical health of the The looked like a broad, suddenly guyak and Old Harbor the
resident in the of the picketing was peaceful
peace.' candidate for school superintendent area nation, aswell as relieve poverty Rights Bill rising tide. Where it had to pass destruction was almost cozn--
mail box. found Dennis and there were no disturbances.
They ''
He then pointed to "29 years, clashed with Evans on and unemployment," Holland through a narrow passage, as it plete. :

5 months and 13 days of faith- the fee system Issue. "I am not nearby. said. "Prolonged unemployment More AboutJohnson :did at Seward, 130 miles southof And far away to the south, a
Later, he was identified as the for Anchorage it gathered momentum great wave rushed at the
ful service" as tax assessor and against the fee system. I am not example, can create OpponentsWin up
asked the people to return him going to stop you from havinga culprit by three women who mental problems when there and force and raced beach at Newport, Ore., "and

to the office from which he was better system if you're willing I said they witnessed the breakin were none there in the first I forward like a wall of water. caught the McKenzie family

recently removed by the Cover to pay for It." I Joiner said. place." Delay On it rushed toward Seward, asleep in their romantic ahelte-

I Alachua School Board candidate ... a town of 1,900 which in eight of driftwood and took their four

nor."I'm running on the same' Jack Zimmerman called rromPagel WASHINGTON CAP) Senate days was to celebrate its selection -[children to their deaths in,the _

platform," he said, "sound, efficient for a better job of educating"the Weather RoundupB opponents of the civil rights as an "all-AmerIcan city" ,sea. .

I courteous service and two out of three who don'tgo gathered at the White House on bill gained a day in their fight Because of its economic self- Now suddenly it was ove'rlThe :

sound, conservative, equalized to college." a hunch that Johnson might, to delay a vote on the measure improvement. sea became serene agal .

property values. I Zimmerman centered 'his argument have an impromptu news con. when the measure's backerswere It was now 5:44, eight minutes ,The roar of the waD of water

Incumbent J. Pierce Smith I around the "school :-u ference bombarded him with -unable to produce a quorum -after the quake hit Seward, anda and tumbling houses and boats

.I pointed to a business back- drop-out program" and argued i B questions about foreign affairs. for a Saturday session. wall of water 40 feet high was gone. ., "' 1 _

ground drawn from his realty that the county's high schools At one point, the President After the Senate met at 11 rushed through the narrow Alaskans began picking

experience in the county and require much broader pro "T"C \.IUIII expressed hope that one poten- a-rn. Saturday, Southerners demanded mountainous passage of Resurrection through the debris in search.of

stated he stood for impartial grams of vocational and techni- R \ tial canse of East-West friction a roll can to determine Bay. It smashed over bodies. By week's end, the to-

valuations and against "pu al education. B C Partly cloudy overflights of East Germany by whether the quorum was pres-: the new town port ripped boats tal of known dead and pre

nitive tax assessments." "I have District Two Incumbent Wil-- mild through Sunday with t ims" \ U.S. military planes, has been ent. After 41 minutes, only 41 loose from the dock, sent every sumed dead was 129. ,

already brought stability, fairness 'ard Williams conceded a need few widely scattered Most.4) elMUolt\w'.ic.. eliminated. )f the 100 members had answered thing in its path tumbling forward The figure was astonishingly

and equality to the asses- for vocational education, but High Sunday around 80. Attributing such incidents to and the majority leader including a 60-ton locomotive ow. Why? Some explained: it"in

sor's office." he said. noted he was chairman of vocational ly southeasterly winds 8 to 15 "t F \ 0' faulty instruments or -crew error -Sen. Mike Mansfield, D-Mont, which ended up six blocks terms of Alaska's sparse 'population -

Arthur W. Thompson one of training committee and I miles A -an Mostly hour.cloudy through Sunday ..- \. .. he said "I have issued Instructions was forced to recess until 10a.ni. away.In small towns, broad

had "begged" the state legis- night with widely scattered showers. 'b calculated to avoid Monday.The seconds, it seemed, Sewardwas streets and low buHdingj.
additional funds for High' Sunday a te 74.O -. any such errors in the future Dixie bloc's success in left a wasteland of des-
lature for
to
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Partly cloudy Others found the answer
pa
cloudy' through Sunday. Some scatter I that are humanly possible to thus retarding the already troyed houses and broken railroad

No Politickin' this.He noted there were many ed middle showers 70s. likely.Mostly High easterly Sunday winds to S the to I avoid." snail-paced action on the 11. cars an looking like toys their knees. .

II miles; M hour. H.. Asked to assess the ideological point, House-passed measure an"rflv smashed by a wanton
school -
needs in the county system E F Partly cloudy and mild '. Sun
Posters On and said, "It's easy enoughfor through Sunday. a few widely battle between Moscow and brought a. sharp rebuke from child. The big fuel tanks near Gainesville
_
Public me or anyone else to advocate scattered to U.showers Mostly likely.southeasterly High SundayM winds Peking, Johnson said the Soviet MansfIeld, directed at the ab-the dock tumbled In the onslaught Published venlncs except '

. Property a cure for each of these .10 C to -U mites Parity an cloudy hour and mild Union and Communist China sentees.A and oil spread across Saturday and Sunday mom-

things." He said doing it was through Sunday. a few widely "are fighting for support" panel of 22 prominent law the waters. Suddenly] the water Ings by the Gain vitt4) Pub- _
_. Those who would and scattered showers. High Sunday 70 to Ihhing Ccmoanv at 101 SE
one
the be- took fire and of flame
expressed a wave
Communist Saturday
another matter, and promised so. Easterty winds mostly it te U among the partiesin yers 2nd Place. Gainesville Florida.
who did put political campaign he would continue to devote "the miles H I an-hour.Partly cloudy end mild other countries. He said the lit f that the public accommoda-: rushed toward the bead of the and entered as second class

I posters on city property best of his ability" toward solvIng through Sunday. High Sunday M to matter concerns them and, "I ions and fair employment sections bay. matter at the Post OfficeJet: :
_ drew a sharp warning from city I U. Southeast end south winds mostly CEDAR KEY TIDES do of the bill constitutional. In McRat and his Gainesville, florida.CIRCULATION .
the problems. I to IS mites en hourJ not see that there is anythingI are town Doug ........
- police yesterday. I District Three School Board K Mestty Sunny Sunday with can say that would contributeto Many opponents of the measure family, including a 3-week-old RATES BY
1:1: to U.
high Southeasterly winds 19te Sunday High at ff:44 ajn. end
Police Chief W. D. Joiner told
candidate Jasper Joiner also U miles an hour. J-.3J 0 m. Low at 1:35 e-m. and 12:56TEMPERATURES it." argue that both these titles baby> climbed a garage roof and CARRIER OR MAIL
officers to be on the alert for pjn. One asked whether are unconstitutionaLThe from there to
_ called for an Increase in the ELSEWHERE Monday High at ItU ajn. end reporter stepped across a 1 Week .45 _
-I anyone posting posters.. county's vocational education Jacksonville High 7$ Low t3 Preclp.' IJI p.m Low at 3.07 ajn. end 3:. the actions of French President lawyers opinion is con- house roof. The wave hit, carrying 3 M... $5.15 :_r:

_ He spoke up after it. was reported program. But he added he want- Miami 7-fl M__ pjn. 2iarles de Gaulle are splitting tamed in a letter made public off the garage and partof All man subscriptions'must.
that a Robert King High Tamp* 12 M the by Sens. Hubert H. the boose. The roof floatedoff . _
ed "vocational training aimed Atlanta Te 50 41 ALMANAC Western alliance. Humphrey, be paid in advance. : =
- for governor poster was tackedto not for the mentally slow but New Orleans S3 43 _- "No," the chief executive responded -!XMhm* and Thomas H. Kucbel with the McRaes on it and

a city pole In the 2700 blockof forthose who. go Into it by choic Boston New York 43 AS 31 32 Sunrise Sunset today lumerruw 4.50':13 pjn......... "I do not believe that .R-Calif., floor managers for the after about 15 minutes lodged Member.of Audit Bureau". ., ofGrcuUtton. ,

the Hawthorne Road. Policedon't -not ,because they have to..We Washington 01000. n 4eKanta 30 34 -- Moonrlse New Moon tomorrow 2:30 April ejn.12 ,.the Western alliance is being 'measure. Signers include three aXuist four tan trees. -

know' who posted it. need a that will challenge City 41 U US Jupiter* the largest planet, HOW sets plit I think we have dIfferences former attorneys general, four There the McRaes shivered AB material contained Hereto..,
- program the
Denver U n .M right after the Sun and cannot be property of the GabtesvfHa
Advertising on public property these students.IfJoiner's Ft. Worth 72 el M seen In May we will again MIl Jupiter from time to time be- past> presidents of the American for hours. They ripped open a I Pwbllshina Company (e) 1944. '.*-.
Is illegaL Lee Angeles D" (and Mars end Mercury) as momb I production In whole or hi pert b
l- opponent, Lassiter INtila W 41 13 *planets tween countries and between Bar Association and four deans hole on the roof, tore out insulation strictly forbidden without the written

y- Mason did not attend the raUy.I spokesmen and leaders." oilawscbools.'r and wrapped themselves of jIbs pubtUher.2A ... _

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:ORLANDO. Toothpaste' ad well wishers at the platform
smiles : countless hands eithershaking they made their way one by one
squeezing shoulders, to the elevator, where campaign
erf handing.out.campaign cards workers lined up to "pass out
.r 'huddled groups. cards and literature.
J -'It'sritual.'peculiar to the Another day down before that
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7 times; usually from March to big election day in May.
May.every..four,years. Election And although the day was
yearis here. over and the candidates were 12 Noon tO 7 P.NI. I
1 For the first, and perhaps the taking time out from cam- Shop I
only;"time in the governor'srace paigning to rest before the next 1'1
all nine candidates appeared -day politicking, the competition
on the same platform. continued. I DIS. II

;Perhaps risking the wrath of Driving,away from the hotel, I
,I the.ladies of the League of Women. unsuspecting Republican candi-
Y .Voters, at whose annual convention date Ken Folks' very bedecked 1 I
; the candidates appeared campaign station wagon borean
Wednesday, by not accepting out of context slogan, obvi- : SPECIAL REDUCTIONS SPECIAL PURCHASE WALL TO WALL SPECIAL GROUP I
thair.: invitation was more than ously unintended by the Orlan-
the governor hopefuls could do GOP contender:
fac.,. "Join the Go Team -- Scott I ;J Women'sDress Lillie Miss Bathroom Window !
i j IWh nine men make their Kelly for Governor."
pitches for votes, the appeal There's no taps for politics
plays .the scale from logic to when the day ends in an election

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By JAMES RESTON pro-civil rights Republican at the Lutheran Church of the assure vote and onT Is
t L BASXISOX. !reelt e.llpN4leri .' leaders in, the Senate. reformation behind the capitoL !- done the bill will'-certainly
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t Beautiful ;ti E3ESSO Vice resident and A* fundamental national issue, for while the debate Is slow, young men and women from The Illinois leI aeFls

University City' '*J TtrtUtef Director BOB TAKIAG- By RALPH MeGILL the two political parties usually orderly, and even goodtempered the churches and universitiesof troubled about giving ibe t-
I UONE. Ttee rwUent u. ClrnIao I P.utur.PriI. WfauUnf PakUsker put aside partisan considerations for the time being in the the nation.In torney general power Jorjsue t
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and defend the general Senate, hard and even bitter for injunctions --againstanyone
1 welfare. days lie ahead. There have the end, the temper of the refusing to.inakapoElicaccommodations. )

( d THE SUN'S POLICY been 21 days of debate in the country is likely to decide the avaflabletoNegroes. ;
ProphecyOf This is what happened in Senate. Prior to that, there issue. The bi partisan sup It is understood that
,h I. the nd I Impartially In the nevi columns.l ,
Report fully *
news the presidential election of of the bill do he wants the bill to include
2. Express the opinions of the Sun .In-but only In-editorials : were 70 days of public hear- porters not yet a
controversial 1 issues. 1944 when the two parties cooperated ings, 275 witnesses and 5,792 have the votes to end a fili- period of a year for voluntary
3. Publish all sides of important
New to keep the forma- pages of printed testimony in buster and bring the questionto compliance before the. attorney 1

The: Sun's telephones All Departments-372-8441 a tion of the United Nations out the House but the phase of a decision. The present calculation general may ,act.

t T. ;z ,h j'l Want Ads-376-4672 : of the campaign, and this is leisurely persuasion is coming is that perhaps four t
1 what is happening again to as- to an end, and the phaseof senators will not be presentfor FOR THE TLMEbeing &e
South"The sure a non partisan approach attrition and physical ex- the vote, so that a total of administration is opposed: t
1 to the civil rights bilL haustion will soon begin. 64 votes will be necessary to this, but in the end it is like-

|! The Role of University College Both parties worked together end the debate. The adminis- ly to be a critical negotiable
I New South!" There on the drafting of the bill Sen. Mike *'ansfield of Mon- tration thinks it now has 60 pointThe -
have been many prophets who now before the Senate. Whenit tana, the Democratic leader, votes.
F Sometimes educators fight more waits impatiently to "dip into" his have used that phrase. came before the House, 59 said the debate might go on Much therefore will dependon administration knows it

over words than they do over ideas. professional courses, they are miss- A Southerner in the East per cent of the Democrats and through the summer and into the public opinion of states cannot get a vote without him

t A case in point is the dissensionthat ing their purpose. recently found in some old pa- 78 per cent of the Republicansvoted the fall, but don't bet on it. whose senators are wavering, It is also convinced that he is

can be whipped up over "gen- pers a copy of the Charter in favor of it. And Mansfield is a.m o r e patientman and this in turn will be greatly approaching his responsibilities _

eral education.' From time to time some self- Day address made at the Uni- though emotions are rising in than either President influenced by the attitude of and in therefore a non -the partisan chances spirit, t
this year's election over Johnson or the Democratic are
many
searching questions need to be ask versity of California, Berk Sen. Hubert the newspapers and churches, that it will compromise
,
foreign and domestic ques- whip, Humphrey, particularly in the Midwest per- t
in of
the 1906.
1 But when earnest-minded educa- ed: Do the courses really stimulate eley, spring tions, the civil rights issue and the President is already where there still few haps on a six month period i
are
The orator was Dr. Edwin Anderson a un-
tors try to probe deeply into the independent thinking? Do they Alderman, then president has been admirably free of beginning to ask: "When are committed members. of voluntary compliance In k

education stress application and knowledge partison debate. you going to roll the cots into Senator Dirksen order to get a vote.
aims and purposes of use of of the University of Virginia could eas
t (particularly at the high school and as well as knowledge itself? and perhaps the region's Rep. Charles Halleck of Indiana the Senate? ily be the decisive figure in In the end, it will be a very
educational the Republican leaderin this coming critical period. He close thing. But if the issue t
college level) they come up with Do they help the student to developa outstanding
THE THING will begin to
the House has has be out of election
approachedthe immense
statesman. (During the First influence in his can kept
certain agreements. They agree that sense of values and to make dis get rough this week when Sen.
t World War he was one of issue of a question of con- party. Like Sen. Arthur Van- politics and most observers
education must serve the society criminating judgments? Is there Woodrow Wilson's closest ad- science. So has Sen. Everett John McClellan of Arkansasis denberg of Michigan in the here think it will be -the I

that supports it and that it must enough flexibility to allow for individual visers.) Dirksen of Illinois, the G.O.P. scheduled to try to demon- foreign affairs debate of that outlook is for passage of a

produce generations of citizens increasingly differences? leader in the senate, thoughhe strate that President Johnson other e 1 e c tion campaign of slightly amended bill that will
DR. ALDERMAN wanted all differs on some aspects of himself has been against this 1944, he has the power, if he still be the most dramatic
1 qualified to serve and to
rich and alike the bill. kind of legislation in the past, has the will, to carry just piece of civil rights legislation
strengthen that society. Dr. Byron S. Hollinshead, Dean of men"trained, to observe poor closely, to, and by this time next monthit enough members with him to since the Civil War.

the University College, raised these imagine vividly, to reason accurately SIMILARLY, three of the is generally expected that

s They further agree that to sus- questions (and others) in urging and to have about Republican presidential' prospects the round the-clock sessions

tain and strengthen the American. certain changes in the present pro- them some humility and have supported the bill will begin. =. ON THE RIGHT
Rockefeller of Meanwhile the battle lines
some toleration. This ideal governors
of democratic One
government recommendation
system a that
gram. also Jefferson's and both New York, Scranton of Pennsylvania are being drawn beyond the
particular type of citizen is needed.In gains our special approval is Try to was ,
: he and Dr. Alderman believed and Romney of MIch- confines of Capitol HilL Starting
defining the traits of such a citizen extend the spirit of general educa- education could provide it. igan and three others on April 29, most of the FulbrighfsNaivete

they emphasize intellectual development tion into the, upper division. The govs. Hat field of Oregon, churches, at least in the
The title of Dr. Alderman's Chafee of Rhode Island and North, will begin daily serv-
cultural understandings, drawing of a horizontal line to mark
address was "The South's Reed of Maine-have sent ices of prayer for passage of
a discriminating sense of value and the "cut off" of general educationat "
Real Problem. messages of support to the the bill. These will center here
proficiency in an area of needed the end of any particular school Southerners have a weak-

service. term seems an arbitrary and inde- ness for prophecy and the By WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY JR.

fensible method of "fencing off" the president of the University of BELOW OLYMPUS By .Interlandi. I have paid grateful tributeto IF THAT IS
These traits describe the well- developmental program from the Virginia did not disappointthem Senator what President
Fulbright's
courageous -
Kennedy had in mind in
rounded individual who is "at home"in : .The South has regained sign-
Administratively
professional program. the 'spirit' of indus- Y statement to the effect ing the treaty, a) the Senate
his environment who the however it have that we have no business as
sees re may some trialism with which it started would never have ratified
levance of his own life to the societyof advantages."The in the early days," he said in 19k 81 !N I 9tr' a nation picking quarrels with it; and b) the President should
other nations for what they have
which he is a part, and who 1906. "Many details remain to 7ng do within their own borders been impeached.We .
,
makes intelligent and useful contri- University College may be- be worked out, but the spiritis and for his correct indictment are as a nation dedicated

butions to cultural and social pro come the last bastion of liberal here. I see it in the idealsof fa 'fp A of the fatuity cf our to seeking out, under the
our youth. I hear it in their umbrella of an effective military
gress. How these traits are to be arts education," says Dr. Hollins Their ambitions present attitude towards Castro deterrent -
speech. reflect a peaceful po
attained, or developed, is the prime head. It was also one of the first it, their dreams move Cuba (we should either litical breakthrough, which
liberate Cuba, or regularize
concern of education.At bastions erected to preserve the val about it. Twenty years from relations with it: quite so). will remove us and the rest

ues of liberal education against the now the old patriarchal South \ ,. -. of the free world from the
will be a fierce industrial region. The rest of the speech is, inMencken's effective range of Communist
the University o. Florida the rising tide of specialism. But the
By industrialism I do phrase, a, geyserof imperialism that is the en-
University College, in which all fact that it has a long and honorable not mean commercialism. pishposh, all the more in tire purpose of our foreign

fre8h>t n.and sophomores .are, ,enrolled -_ :. .history does not mean that it can go Commercialism is a mere sor furiating because, in the policy. And then to assume

bears the responsibility for on doing its job successfully with did theory of life. Industrialism course of exhibiting an apparently that because the Soviet Un

laying the educational base for later out continued self-examination. is the sclentflic masteryof invincible naivete, ion's strategists came to the
the raw material and its the Senator appeals to Ameri- conclusion that the moment
specialization. What happens in .wise distribution according to cans to abondon their naivete. had come when it was no

these two years is vitally important.If In the long run, it must be judged the laws of trade. Thus con- I The Senator wasted no time longer useful to explode .bigger -

they provide only a kind of tread. by its results as well as by its sidered, industrialism is a In introducing his majestic bombs than the 60 hiegaton -

mill experience while the student intentions. mighty and moral part of the lw- hallucinations: "In the signing behemoth it had already
movement of society. When of the test ban treaty," developed, the Soviet Union
the practice of industrialism he began, "each side in effect has abandoned the searclifor
THE CONSERVATIVE VIEWPOINT catches up with the spirit, assured the other that it decisive military (let alone

politics will be nationalizedand was prepared to forego, at political weapons) in other
thought liberalized in the least for the present, any bid areas one wonders what

Scranton Needs MoveBy South, for the economic struc- for a decisive military or political Mr. Fulbright can possibly
to ture of society is largely responsible How much did this enthusiastic reception cost us?" breakthrough." have in mind. .

for its ideals. BUT THE SENATOR Is'mh
embarrassed by his
DAVID LAWRENCE resolves itself Into who has and he may lose strength In incandescent -
'OUR REAL PROBLEM, ignorance of Communist
the best chance to carry Penn many of the northern states. is indus techniques and
WASHINGTON Throughout therefore, to try to modalities;
the country, in Republican sylvania, California, Michi- Although the "civil rights"bill trialize our society, without Voice of the People "The master myth of the cold

political circles, there is gan'and New Jersey. This is has been widely advertised commercializing its soul. I war," he says, "is that the

general expectation that Governor where Scranton comes under as popular in the North, wonder if the thing is pos Communist block is a mono
William Scranton of consideration, because he is there are signs that a good sible?" lith composed of governments

Pennsylvania will make in the known in Pennsylvania and many of the voters there have Dr. Alderman was not without On The Sun's Opinion Page which are not really governments
next few days an announce- New Jersey. been antagonized by It. As far at all but organized
doubt his question re-
ment which will be construedas as the South is concerned, the as Opinions and comments of Sun readers are welcome in the Voice of the People column Utters conspiracies, divided
The California primaries on suggestion that the veals. Neither his ideal nor must bo signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should themselves among
encouraging his supportersto June 2 will, of course, havean attorney that of Mr. Jefferson's has not exceed 500 words end must be written on only one sldo of the ,.,.r. Poetry cannot be used. The perhaps in certain
become active in obtainingfor important bearing on the general might be rewarded been attained, as the present Sun reserves the right to .reject any letter or to shorten It, without chanalnj' the writers meanina or matters of tactics, but all
him the Republican presI- with the vice presidency for -intent.-- equally resolute and implaca
whole Republican contest. If birth pains of still anothernew
dential nomination at the con- Senator Goldwater of Arizona, his recent efforts to enforce South daily reveal. It has Slaps ErrorsIn separate envelopes until the less Joe Jackson, he "shouldof ble in their determination to

vention in July. for example, carries the Cal- "civil rights" is one that been 58 years since Dr. Alder- official canvas, count and cer stood in bed. destroy the free world. "

The Pennsylvania governorhas ifornia primaries, he will con gives many southerners pause. man's prophecy and, as the EditorialsEDITOR tification. No more publicitywas Actually, like the Gainesville doubt There in the has mind never of been any

been under pressure from tinue among the front runners. The practical politicians say mobs and defiances of courts given Illiterate errors Sun, the Bethea registration observer any Intelligent
that the satellite
his friends to make an unequivocal Many politicians are saying that President Johnson is going reveal, there are a great First let than might help redeem each is better than it ever was. nations -
Sun: me would take
statement tell- privately, on the other hand, to have to make the big many persons not yet trainedto admira- vote. Invalidating carelessness Thousands, who might have first the
ing clearly his intentions. Thisis that even if Governor Rocke- decision, and, being a realist, observe closely, to imagine express briefly my the best seemed to me, and I was been voted from the grave- opportunity from their to free themselves .
tion for the new Sun, Soviet
because of widespread com- feller were to win in California he, may conclude that with vividly, to reason accurately, we ever had and there, to outlaw more old-tim- yard, or Country Club Estates, lords, and that therefore over
ment among professional politicians he would not be able to the help of the Democratic and to entertain humility and newspaper ers than new voters. Point 4: have been purged from the their
better, on the average, than manipulation by coercion from
that Scranton cannot get a majority in the conven- senators and representativesand toleration.Dr. God The law requires election rolls despite the unusual Moscow is
deserve. I thank that a difficult
we and
afford to remain silent any tion. There seems to be a the state organizations, he Alderman looked 20 the old oligarchy's efforts to clerks to list voters, and since work load of two elections faa sometimes unsatisfactory

longer if he really wants the sentiment among some of the can carry the South anyhowand years ahead and saw the old control it with a carrot of ad- some signatures cannot be quarter of a year eration. But this does not op-al
nomination. professionals who are not idea will need Bobby Kennedyto patriarchal South become a vertising and a sharp stick of read, she writes It. Point 5: It is outrageous for the ousted ter the fact that their resour*
the admirers of tilled with of the various win of the industrial Poll clerks are required to oligarchy to pick on
Naturally, any help some pop- "Fierce region, threatened competition is a our ces have been, and still are.
Scranton think he would make candidates that the New York ulous states of the North. Rep- with politics nationalized and waste of their time and, as sing out the names of voters only elected woman official, at the disposal of central So.
candidate the the governor will not be able ublicans if this liberalized. for the candidates' poll watchers who campaigned publicly In
a good men- to say, happens, thought Twenty usual, other peoples' money. viet strategic planning."We .
tion of his availability has in win the nomination largely because the race will be closer than it years after his address, the But, on the other hand, In who are required by law the Sun by promising to deputize (Americans) are .disposed
deed evoked a good deal of of the feeling inside might be if Senator Humphrey cotton South was striving to the beautifully written purple to stay 15 feet away. Editorial civic groups to register ," the Senator

comment in political circles the party that the resentment for example, were the recover from the economic of March 22nd's editor- allegation No. 2 that depu in all precincts. It is outrageous eluded, "to regard a conflict ess-
the among Democratic nominee for vice caused the boll prose ties might have prevented or for a states attorney to requisition -
and in the press. But fact women voters over paralysis by ial, and I quote, "Factually... as a clash between good and
remains that Scranton is rel- divorce and remarriage would president. weevil, and the corrosive we are confronted by some corrected invalidating errorson $5,000 of the taxpayers evil rather than as simply'''a
atively unknown. His views on constitute too big an obstacle years of depression were buta rather monstrous bungling, absentee ballots, is largely money from the County clash between conflicting! In

public policies, especially current in the November election. THE SUPPORTERS of Nixon little more than three years complicated by an odd sort of untrue, since many ballots are Commissioners, to upset all terests." The necessary d&

issues, have not been disclosed are convinced that, In the away. ...moonlighting." A previous written many miles from a recent elections In the city, tinction is missing.
in any detail, nor is THE TWO MEN who may final analysis, he will go victim of the poison pen deputy and mailed In sealed where most of the county's tax

there any general familiaritywith eventually emerge as the can- to the convention with more YET BASICALLY, Dr. Alderman claims to recognize the hatchet and secret. money comes from. Maybe the THERE ARE such thingsas "
his qualifications to be didates are former vice pres- strength than appears on the was right. His and of a moonlighting editor Point No. 1 of your editorial county power" to tax should conflicts between good and

president ident Nixon and Scranton. Thisis surface. The important argu- Jefferson's Ideal remains belonging to a group preach- alleges "sloppy book keep stop at the city limits. Maybe evil. The conflict between the

one reason why it is being ment on the Nixon side is valid. It is true that the economic ing, "Check facts, check tag," and here I am not so elected officials, seekingto student freedom fighters,jn

ONE PROFESSIONAL politician openly stated by many politicians that he was for eight years structure of society is facts, your and check your sure a sloppy editorial should upset democracy, should Budapest, and K h rushchev'! .
on the Republican aide that, if Scranton does- vice president of the United largely responsible for its your facts. cast the first stone. Mrs. Bethea face a write-in in November.We tanks that mowed them down,
sized up, for this correspondent n't do something soon the States and that he lost in 1960 ideals. It is quite correct to claims there is a clerical should not crucify De was a conflict between good

the situation as being big prize will fall into Nixon's by a narrow margin.To say that in time politics in One fact Is that "electoral error In the editorial paragraph mocracy cpon a cross of poli- and evil, or as close as we

largely related to seven big lap without much effort. counter this, proponentsof the South will be nationalized moonlighting" of one sort accusing her of clerical tical patronage at homeowners ever come to that, In a >.cmu.
states New York New Jersey But one of the most interesting other candidates declare by industrialism and thought widely but falsely rumored is error March 27th's editorial expense, while the oligar- plicated world: and the inter

Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan aspects of the Republicanrace that the ,country is not inter- will become 'more liberal.Dr. .. a felony, and an attorney is written "to combat inuendo chy divides up $a million. The national struggle is a projection
Illinois and California.He is the talk that is going ested in the past, but in new Alderman's final ques- working to secure information and suspicion" asks "are polling real problem is not civil rights of that same contest .

says the Republicans must around about the impact of faces. The big question is, tion remains as a brief, Ham- place clerks responsibleto for a 20 per cent minority.Real One wonders, sadly, whether
win fa four of these and that the Democratic vice-presiden however, how familiar will let-like soliloquy. ."I won- Mrs. Bethea?" What an in estate promotion and pol- the Chairman of the Foreign -
the Republican candidate is tial nomination on the Republican they be with the various candidates der if the thing is possible?" To quote again from the nuendo combatted! No, they lution is the real reason for Relations Committee":

most likely going to be the chances of winning the by convention time.If The answer is yes. The beautiful but dumb editorialof are not City elections are the tidal wave of new voter the Senate of the United:

man who can carry at least the election. It is frequently: Scranton announces his can- South has begun to replacethe March 22nd, "monstrous under a city official not (I registrations from all quar- States knows anything.aH;

four of the seven. Ohio and stated, for instance, by some didacy soon and makes a few old patriarchal attitudes of bungling" complained of repeat NOT) under Mrs. ters of the city. We shall not but I mean anything -at. aH

Illinois are believed to be lean of the professional politiciansthat speeches, the voters will at race and industry with those in points No. 3, 4, and 5 are in Bethea. They may, if they press down this crown of about the meaning of communism : .:

ing strongly in the Republican is Attorney General Ken-. least have several weeks in based -equality of law. Politics fact actual requirements of wish, consult her. One erroris thorns upon the brow of new or of the great. trug::.
direction. New York is a state nedy Is nominated for the vice which to become familiar with is being nationalized. the election laws of the Stateof confessed by the moonlight home owners, without arousing gle that roars in the
earn
considered by many Republicans presidency on the Democratic the Pennsylvania 'governorand Thought is being liberalized. Florida. Point 3. Absentee Sun editorial writer, 'and I the traditional fury of any of humankind-in'the-earsTaf

to be in the doubtful ticket, President Johnson will decide whether the new And Industry, as it comes, is ballots cannot legally be re agree there was an error: In middle class disenfranchised. least, of those who have ear.

class. So the question finally not be able to carry the South, face is satisfactory. largely responsible. moved from the outer of two the immortal words of shoe .. NAME WITHHELD to hear .'.

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i1 ": Sun I B. F. Childs, Colored News Editor


kfttrzuiIkJoni CARD OF THANKSWe fluence future homes.

the family of Rev. W. L. Others who attended included

f: Dickerson, '.wish to express Miss Merrian Acosta and Patri-
... HARBISON, PresidentPBhliiberi ... many thanks to neighbors and I cia Cobb. Every chapter in the
1 rAT COWLES. Vie Pred- friends for their kind words and State of Florida was represented. -
i" led, ED JOHN SOX. Vl beddedEditart +
deeds shown his .
i; 1r tnj CzeevtH W. C. Blot good during
.. ""'.,.Florida's_ Beautiful_ EBERSOLE. Vlc Freiidemt .adUniversity AdTMtUbif illness and subsequent death. '- f ll
4''J DIreetori BOB TAKTAGUOXE. Mrs. Bertha Dickerson and TEACHERS' EXAMINATION g R t
\:1: .. .City Vie FmUent ..< Cir ml- family. TALLAHASSEE As a service 3
,"'> Uea M........ 4i
'" to prospective and regular

it? JOINT SERVICEThe teachers, the State Departmentof i
THE SUN'S POLICY *: Shady Grove Primitive Education has designated
Church will conduct Florida A&M University as one
1. Report the news fulfy and impartially. In the.news COJ .iti\i", Baptist a f
2. Express the opinions'of the Sun In-but'only in-editorials', .'I.,,. joint service at the Johnson of the 27 Florida centers for the Mt S
1 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. Chapel Baptist Church with Rev. National Teacher Examinations,
W, J. Taylor, pastor, on April Saturday, May 9; The examina-
.4: ;: The Sun's telephones: All Departments -372-8441. ..: 9 at 8 p. m. Rev. P. E. Hinson, tions are prepared and admin-

'of Want Ads-376-4672 pastor; Mrs. F. D. Shannon, re- istered annually by the Educa-
f .-i iIi reporter." tional Testing Service of Princeton '

New Jersey. ,
CLUB NOTICE At the one-day testing sessiona
i The Role of University College The Frances Robinson Club candidate may take the Com- Col. Robert F. Evans, center, chief, ROTC Division, Department :of :the
;
,i of the ML Carmel Baptist mon Examinations, which in- Army, is shown in conference with Dr. George W. Gore Jr., president :tf

Sometimes educators fight more waits impatiently to "dip into" his Church will meet with Mrs. .clude tests of professional infor- Florida A&M University, during a visit to hte FAMU installation.. Lt. Col.
:t I I Rosa James, of 412 N. W. 4th mation, general culture, Eng- Albert J. Parker, professor of military science and head of the Florida
M over words than they do over ideas.A professional courses, they"are miss- Ave., on Monday at 8 p.m. Mrs. lish expression and non verbal A&M ROTC unit, looking on, accompanied ,CoL Evans on his. orientationtour

case in point is the dissension ing their purpose. Esther W. Hamm, reporter; reasoning. In addition, each can-I of the FAMU officers' training facility.

that can be whipped up over "gen- Rev. T. A. Wright, pastor. didate may take one or two of I '
era education." From time to time some self- the 13 Optional Examinat ions good; and what doth the Lord The choral group of Lodge No. A. C. Butler, pastor and congregation -

.. .- searching questions need to be ask- PLANS WEDDINGThe I which are designed to demonstrate require of thee, but to do justly, 113 will meet Tuesday at 8 p.m. from Wacahoota, will
Parent-Teacher Association I mastery of subject matter and to love mercy, and to walk at the home of Charlie Ross, conduct a joint service at 11 i
But when earnest-minded educa- ed: Do the courses really stimulate of A. Q. Jones Elementary I in the fields in which he humbly with thy God?" (Micah ,of 708 SW 5th Terrace. ajn.; Rev. Redman, pastor, and

( tors try to probe deeply into the independent thinking? Do they School will sponsor one of its I may be assigned to teach. 6:8.) congregation of ML Calvary Missionary -

aims and purposes of education stress application and use of knowl- major fund-raising projects a I Candidates who registered for, BUSINESS MEETING Baptist Church, from

(particularly at the high school and edge as well as knowledge itself? "Womanless Wedding in the auditorium -''I but were unable to take, the SLATES MEETINGThe There will be a business meet- Fairfield will conduct a joint

level they come with Do they help the student to developa of the school on April NTE on Feb. 15, may not trans- Floral Court Lodge No. ing at the New Salem Baptist service at 3 p.m.; and Rev.
college ) up
fer their registration to the May Church 8 Hazel, pastor, and congregationof
10 at 8 p.m. 113 will hold its final meetingon on Monday tt pjn.
ter tin agreements. They agree that sense of values and to make discriminating The following persons will 9 administration. These candi- Monday, April 6, at 8 pjn. II. SL Paul Baptist Church from

education must serve the society judgments? Is there appear in the wedding: T. B. !dates must file a new registration -at the home of Mrs. C. W. SPECIAL NOTICE Windsor, will also conduct, a

that supports it and that it must enough flexibility to allow for in- McPherson, Joe Johnson, Joe I form and pay the approp- Wright on Ocala Road. There will be a business meet- joint service, 7 pjn. Each member

produce generations of citizens increasingly dividual differences? Welcome, Wash Williams, 'riate examination fees for the During the meeting, the dues, ing at the Shady Grove Primi- is asked to pay $2.00. Rev.C. .

qualified to serve and tot George Hare, James Stewart May 9 administration. They taxes, fines and also Grand Un- tive Baptist Church with Rev. P. Nelson, pastor.
Robert[ Jones and John Dukes.: should request a refund of the ion fee are to be paid in full. E. Hinson, pastor, on Saturday, ML Olive A.M.E. Sunday
strengthen that society. Dr. Byron S. Hollinshead, Dean of The public is invited. Mrs. N. examination fees paid for the April 11, at 8 p.m. School, 9:30 ajn.; morning ser-

'" the University College, raised these J. Allen, chairman of program I February administration directly ALACHUA NEWSANNIVERSARY The pastor is asking all members vices, Love Feast, 11 a.m.; A.

They further agree that to sus- questions (and others) in urging committee; Rev. W. :M. Fer- from ETS. Florida candidateswho CLOSINGThe to be present. C. E. League, 6:30: p.m.; and
American president. are unable to take the examinations 27th of Rev. I evening services, 7:30 All
tain and strengthen the certain changes in the present pro guson, anniversary pjn
on May 9 will have W. H. of the Da- members asked to attend
Atkins pastor SLATES MEETING I are
of democratic One recommendation that
government
system a gram.
the to take them in
opportunity mascus Baptist Church, which The choral group of LodgeNo. all services. Rev. E. D. Arnold,
particular type of citizen is needed. gains our special approval is : Try to the next administration Decem- I
began April 1, is closing today. 113 will meet Tuesday at 8 pastor; Mrs. H. C. Young re-
In defining the traits of such a citizen extend the spirit of general educa- ber 12, 1964.Applications. : During the afternoon worshipat porter.
1, I pjn. at the home of Charlie
they emphasize intellectual development tion into the upper division. The PC I for the examinations -;i 3 pjn., Rev. Boykins, pas- Ross, of 708 SW Fifth Ter. Newberry Mt. Zora Bap-

cultural understandings, drawing of a horizontal line to.mark + and bulletins of informa- tor of Old Shiloh Baptist Church, I tistSunday School, 10 a. m.;
5 tion describing registration procedures will preach the anniversarysermon. morning worship 11 a.m.; and
a discriminating sense of value and the "cut off" ,of general educationat I and containing IN MEMORIAMIn
representative
7 The
evening worship, pjn. pub-
proficiency in an area of needed ,the end of any particular school test questions may be I loving memory of our father lic is in invited. Rev. LeRoy

service. term seems an arbitrary and, indefensible II obtained from Dr. A. A. Abraham CONVALESCINGThe Rev., C. J. Mims, who de- Thompson, pastor; Robert
method of s"J director. Test Service Bureau parted this life April 5, 1952.
"fencing off" the 1 following persons, who Williams, reporter.
Box 190 Florida A&M This world to
changes
,
+ I year
These traits describe the well- developmental program from the are ailing in the Alachua Gen- -
University, Tallahassee, 32307.A year; and friends from day to
rounded individual who is "at home" professional Administra- eral Hospital, were reported, as RECEIVES B. S. DEGREE
I program. candidate may also obtain a day. But never will the one
; ... somewhat improved: Will
: in his environment who the tively however it have bulletin from the local examina- from Vernon of Mrs.
sees relevance may some Knight and Mrs.. Mary DeBose. we loved memory pass Hayes, son
'. tion of either of the The Mims and Beulah of 901 N. W. 4th '
supervisor Hayes
of his own life to the societyof advantages."The ; < Mrs. DeBose is a member of the away. Quinn ,
other 26 centers in the state in families. Place Gainesville, has received _
which he is a part, and who Zion Temple A. M. E. Zion \
which he may wish to take the the B. S. degree In history
makes intelligent and useful contri University College may be- li'i examinations. Church. CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSMt. from Bethune Cookman College ..\

butions to cultural and social pro come the last bastion of liberal STATE HONORS Complete NTE registration Carmel Baptist Sun- at Daytona Beach.

gress. How these traits are to be arts education," says Dr. Hollins- Miss Mae Edith McCoy, a stu- forms and the appropriate examination PLANS MEETINGThe day School. 9:30: ajn.: morning Hayes is now employed as '

attained, or developed, is the prime head. It was also one of the first dent at Lincoln High School, fees must be in the Pallbearers Lodge No. worship, 11 a.m., B.T.U., 5:30 an announcer for Radio Station
I
(above) of Gainesville, was a I hands of the local examination 113 will hold its regular meet- p.m.; and evening worship, Com- WELE there.VOTERS' .
It concern of education. bastions erected to preserve the values candidate for state treasurerand I supervisor by 4 pjn. April 15. ing on Tuesday at 8 p.m., April munion, 7:30 p. m. There will -

of liberal education against the won, of the 19th State Con- No exception will be made for 13, at the regular meeting place. be mid-week Meditation Ser- LEAGUEThe

At the University of Florida the rising tide of specialism. But the vention of the New Homemakers anybody for any reason. Dr. Ab- During the meeting, the dues, vices Tuesday, 7:30 p.m.; Youth Alachua County Voters'

University College, in which all fact that it has a long and honorable of America that was held raham, there, urges those planning endowments and taxes are to Forum, Wednesday, 7:30: pjn.,I League will sponsor a candi-

freshmen ,and sophomores are enrolled history does not mean that it can go at the Florida A. and :M. University to take the examinations be paid in full. and also Choirs Nos. 1 and 2 dates' rally at the Recreation
R at Tallahassee, March to secure an application blank will have their joint rehearsaland Center on Tuesday, April 7, at
Y : ; bears the
for its with-
; responsibility on doing job successfully
2628. ALACHUA
and :a bulletin of information NEWSTO Ushers' Board No. 2 meets, 8 pjn.
:.:- laying the educational base for lat- out continued self-examination.: The theme was, "Family Re- at once. APPEAR IN PROGRAMThe 8 pjn.; Teachers' Meeting The candidates will appear in

er specialization. What ,happens in lations A Key to Unity." To Starlight Gospel Singersand Thursday, 7:30 p.m.; and Choirs the program for the following

these two years is vitally important. In the long run, it must be judged help members understand what A LANDMARKBible the Crown Jubilee Singers Nos. 1 and 2 will again have offices: county superintendent,

a ,. If they provide only a kind of tread- by its results as well as by its constitutes good family life, Thought -"He hath both from Gainesville will ap- their rehearsal Friday, 8 p.m. tax assessor, county sheriff,
1' and ways as individuals may in shewed thee, 0 man, what isbttuarteg pear in a musical program at Rev. T. A. Wright, pastor; Mrs.I board of county commissioners -
mill while the student intentions.
experience the Shiloh Baptist Church on Esther W. Hamm, reporter. county judge and county

Sunday, April 12, at 3 p.m. Demastion Baptist Camp- board of public instruction.The .
THE, CONSERVATIVE VIEWPOINT There is no admission price, ville -The 14th anniversary ofRev. voters are urged to at-

<@! but a free-will offering will be C. Nelson, pastor of the tend this rally, and get all of

accepted. Demastion Missionary Baptist the facts that will help you
: Church is being observed. Sunday make your choice on election
Scranton Needs to MoveBy SLATES MEETING School, 9:30: ajn.; the Rev. days. Chester Shell, chairman.
MARY W. MARTIN include her husband, Charlie

Final rites for Mrs. Mary W. Murphy, child, Benjamin Rochelle -

DAVID LAWRENCE resolves itself into who has and he may lose strength in Martin of Windsor will be held Micanopy, mother Mrs. .

the best chance to carry Pennsylvania many of the northern states. Thursday at 3 pjn. from the Bessie Lee, Micanopy, father,
WASHINGTON.Through- California, Michigan Although the "civil rights"bill Hall Chapel A.M.E. Church with Ivory Johnson, Miami. Voice of the
out the country, in Republican -
the Rev. Banks officiating.Mrs. Duncan Brothers Morticians People I
circles there is and New Jersey. This is has been widely advertised -
political Martin a resident of are in charge.
that Governor where Scranton comes under as popular in the North,
general expectation Alachua for the
County past 40
William Scranton of consideration, because he is there are signs that a good -

I Pennsylvania will make in the known In Pennsylvania and many of_the voters there have noon years,at died the home Wednesday of her after-son WILLIMA LEE _ =On The Sun's Opinion Page ----- -' 1
New Jersey. been antagonized by iL As far
next few days an announce- following an extended illness.
ment which will be construedas as the South is concerned, the Funeral services for Willima Opinions and comments of Sun readers art welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters
will
The California Interment be made in the
his primaries on suggestion that the attorney Lee will be held at the Falling must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should
encouraging supportersto June 2 will, of course, havean general might be rewarded St. Paul Cemetery under the direction Creek Baptist Church in Lake not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The,
become active in obtainingfor important bearing on the of White and Dorsey Funeral Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning .*
him the Republican presi- whole contest. If with the vice presidency for Home. City today at 3 p.m. with Rev.L. intent.
Republican
his recent efforts to enforce A. Tillman officiating. Interment -
dential nomination at the con Senator Goldwater of Arizona, "civil rights" is one that will follow in the family Slaps ErrorsIn separate envelopes until the less Joe Jackson, be "shouldof
vention in July. for example, carries the California gives southerners DAVID STRONG plot there. official canvas count and cer- stood in bed."

The Pennsylvania governorhas primaries, he will con- many pause. David Strong of Chiefland I His immediate survivors in- EditorialsEDITOR tification. No more publicitywas Actually, like the Gainer

been under pressure from tinue among the front runners. The practical politicians say died Friday afternoon in the clude his brothers Herman, Lon- given illiterate errors ville Sun, the Bethea registration -

his friends to make an unequivocal Many politicians are saying that President Johnson is going V. A. Hospital at Lake City. nie, Samuel, Gibbs Lee, city, than might help redeem each Is better than it ever was.
statement telling privately, on the other hand, to have to make the big David is the son of Mrs. Chan- Willie Lee Tocoma, Wash. The Sun: First, let me vote. Invalidating carelessness Thousands, who might have

clearly his intentions. This that even if Governor Rocke- decision, and, being a realist, ey Belle Jackson of this city. procession will leave Duncan express for briefly my admiration seemed to me, and I was been voted from the graveYard *
is because of widespread com- feller were to win in Califor- he may conclude that, with Funeral arrangements are in- Brothers Funeral Home at 1:15: the new Sun, the best there, to outlaw more oldtimers or Country Club Estates,
had and
ment among professional pol nia, he would not be able to :the help of the Democratic complete and will be announced -p.m. for Lake City. newspaper we ever than new voters. Point 4: have been purged from the
better the
iticians that Scranton cannot get a majority in the conven senators and representativesand later by White and Dorsey on average, than The law requires election rolls, despite the unusual
deserve. I thank God
afford to remain silent any tion. There seems to be a the state organizations, he Funeral Home. we the old efforts that to clerks to list voters, and since work load of two elections ina

longer if he really wants the sentiment among some 'Of the can carry the South' anyhowand THOMAS MCCLENDON oligarchy's some signatures cannot be quarter of a year.It .
control it with carrot of ad-
nomination. professionals who are not iden- will,need Bobby Kennedy MRS. AMANDA DURR a read, she writes iL Point 5: is outrageous for the oust-
Naturally, the admirers of tified with any of the various to help win some of the pop- Mrs. Amanda Durr, a former Funeral services for Thomas vertising and a sharp stick of Poll clerks are required to ed oligarchy to pick on our
Scranton think he would makea candidates that the New York ulous states of the North. Rep resident of High Springs, died McClendon of Archer will be threatened competition is a sing out the names of voters only elected woman official

good candidate, the the mention governor will not be able to ublicans say,. if this happens, in Bellglade after a lingering held at the Galilee Baptist waste of their time and, as for the candidates' poll watchers who campaigned publicly in

of his availability has indeed win the nomination largely be- the race win be closer than it illness. Funeral arrangementswill Church in Donaldsonville, Ga., usual, other peoples' money. who are required by law the Sun by promising to deputize
evoked a good deal of cause of the feeling inside might be if Senator Humphrey be announced by Duncan today at 2 p.m. Interment will But, on the other hand, in to stay 15 feet away. Editorial civic groups to registerin

comment In political circles the party that the resentment for example were the Bros. morticians. follow in the family plot there. the beautifully written purple allegation No. 2 that depu- all precincts. It Is outragei i
McClendon resided in Archerfor prose of March 22nd's editor-
and in the press. But the fact among women voters over Democratic nominee for vice ties might have prevented or ous for a states attorney to requisition
40 He died at the ial, and I quote, "Factually...
JAKE JOHNSON years.
divorce
and corrected ,
remains that Scranton is relatively remarriage would presidenL invalidating errorson $5,000 of the taxpayers
Jake Johnson of 1106 N. W. home of his daughter, Mrs. Bet we are confronted by some
unknown. His views on constitute too big an obstacle absentee ballots, is largely money from the County \
6th Ave. died in the V. A. Hos- ty Hodge, in Archer. He was a rather monstrous bungling, I
public policies, especially cur- in the November election. THE SUPPORTERS of Nix- untrue, since many ballots are Commissioners, to upset aU j I ,
veteran of WWL Duncan Brother complicated by an odd sort of
convinced that in the pital in Lake City Thursday aft- written miles from
rent issues, have not been disclosed on are many a recent elections in the city, I
in any detail nor is THE TWO MEN who may final analysis he will go er a brief illness. Mr. Johnsonwas morticians, in charge. .moonlighting. A previous deputy and mailed in sealed where most of the county's tax:

I_ -i there any general familiaritywith eventually emerge as the candidates to the convention with more a carpenter in the city for victim claims to of recognize the' poison the hatchet pen- and secreL money comes from. Maybe the
his qualifications to be are former vice pres- strength than appears on the many years. Funeral arrange- Point No. 1 of your editorial county power to tax should
ident Nixon and Scranton. Thisis surface. The Important argu- ments will be announced by MRS. LUCY MILES of a moonlighting editor book
president.ONE belonging to alleges "sloppy keep- stop at the city limits. Maybe .
one reason why it is being ment on the Nixon side is Duncan Bros., morticians. Final rites for Mrs. Lucy ing "Check a group facts preach-, check ing," and here I am not so elected officials, seekingto
PROFESSIONAL openly stated that he was- for eight Miles were held at the ML Ne- your
by
politician many politicians years facts and check sure a sloppy editorial should upset democracy, should
on the Republican side that, if Scranton does- vice president of the United bo Methodist Church Saturdayat your facts. your cast the first stone. Mrs. Bethea face a write-in in November.We .
sized up, for this correspondent n't do something soon, the States and that he lost in 1960 MRS. LIZZIE ROLLINS 3:30 p. m. with Rev. Damon claims there is a clerical should not crucify De-

the situation as being big prize will fall into Nixon's by a narrow margin.To Mrs. Lizzie Rollins of 1624 Dell officiating. Interment fol- One fact is that "electoral error in the editorial para- mocracy upon a cross of political -
largely related to seven big lap without much efforL counter this, proponentsof S. E. 12th Ave., died on arrival lowed in the ML Nebo Ceme- moonlighting" of one sort graph accusing her of clerical patronage at homeowners

states New York New Jer- But one of the most interest- other candidates declare at Alachua General Hospital Fri- tery. Duncan Bros., morticians, widely but falsely rumored is error March 27th's editorial, expense, while the oligarchy
sey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Mich- ing aspects of the Republicanrace that the country is not interested day after a brief illness. Funeral -were in charge. a felony and an attorney is written "to combat inuendo divides up $6 mBUon. The

igan, Illinois and California. is the talk that is going in the past, but in new arrangements will be an- working to secure information and suspicion" asks "are poll- real problem is net civil rightsfor

lie says the Republicans must around about the impact of faces. The big question is, nounced by Duncan Brothers, leading to arrest and conic ing place clerks responsibleto a 20 per cent minority. i 1

win in four of these and that the Democratic vicepresidential however, how familiar will morticians. CLUB PLANS. MEETINGThe I tion of slanderers.To Mrs. Bethea?" What an in- Real estate promotion and pollution -
the Republican candidate is nomination on the Repub- they be with the various candidates "We Do Our Part Club" quote again from the nuendo combatted No, they is the real reason for I
most likely going to be the lican chances of winning the by convention time. will hold its meeting at the' beautiful but dumb editorial are not. City elections are the tidal wave of new voter E

man who can carry at least the election. It is frequently If Scranton announces his can- IRS. CORA MURPHY home of Mrs. Ethel- Blake today of March 22nd, "monstrous under a city official not (I registrations from all quarters *
four of the seven. Ohio and stated for Instance, by some didacy soon _and makes a few Funeral services for Mrs. at 3 pan.: bungling" complained of repeat NOT) under Airs. of the city. We shall not

Illinois are believed to be leaning of the professional politiciansthat speeches, the voters will at Cora Murphy, of Micanopy, win During the meeting, there will in points No. 3, 4, and 5 are In Bethea. They may, if they press down this crown of
I strongly in the Republican is Attorney General Ken- least have several weeks in be held at the Ward. Chapel A. be a discussion of a topic which fact actual requirements of wish, consult her. One erroris thorns upon the brow of new

direction. New York is a state nedy is nominated for the vice which to become familiar with M. E. Church in Micanopy today will be led by Miss ',EmmogeneHutto. ,the election laws of the Stateof confessed by the'moonlightSun home owners, without arousing .

I considered by many Republicans presidency on the Democratic the Pennsylvania governor at 3 p.m. Interment will Following the discussion, Florida. Point 3. Absentee editorial writer, and I the traditional fury of any
I to be in the doubtful ticket, President Johnson will and decide whether the new follow in the Micanopy Ceme- there will be a repast served. ballots cannot legally be removed agree there was an error: In middle class disenfranchised.

class. So the question finally not be able to carry the South, face is satisfactory. tery. Her immediate survivors The public is invited. from the outer of two the immortal words of shoe- NAME \V.1TH1lELIII

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oORLANDQToothpaste ad well wishers at the,platform :
smiles.a. countless hands eith- they made their way one by one
faking, squeezing shoulders, to the elevator, where campaign
0ff handing'out campaign card workers lined up to pass out
....huddled groups. cards and literature.
_.Its,.a jtjtual peculiar ,to the Another day down before that
,tits usually! from March to big election day In May. "
:'Ji.Y;every'four years. Election And although the day was '
year-is here. over and the 'candidates were 12 Noon ... 7' P.NI.
Shop
, -For!the first, and perhaps theonlyi taking time out ,from cam- I [ II
time! in. ,the governor's paigning to rest before the next I
race, ,all nine candidates appeared day politicking, competition o OISGOUNT. _
'':on. :the. same platform,J continued. I I

perhaps,risking the wrath of Driving away from the hotel, I
the ladies of the League of,Women unsuspecting Republican candi- : I
Voters,.at,whose annual convention date Ken Folks' very bedecked
11'4 "the candidates appeared campaign station wagon bore
Wednesday., Jby not accepting an out of context slogan, obvi- : SPECIAL REDUCTIONS SPECIAL PURCHASE WALL TO WALLBathroom SPECIAL GROUP :

.tjjeir ,invitatiqn! was more than ously .unintended by the Orlando -
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face.When nine men make their' Kelly"Join for the Governor.Go Team" Scott Women's Dress lMiss Window !

l; pussies for votes, the appeal There's no taps for politics
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Citizenship Award for AngelS I Political Agitators' Gone Waldo PTA make its annual report An

election of officers will follow.

S--. $ Scene To Hear TalkDr. (Advertisement)


rr St. AugustineBack Majorie S. Snyder, professor Sell things through For Sale

In Brief in the UF College of Ed- ads, rent spare rooms throughFor

ucation, will speak on the subject } Rent ads or find a good job

F 9 ", Ft WASHINGTON (AP) Here Normal of reading to members of in the Help Wanted ads and
f to FAST to !
1J! x I are today'g political develop- the Waldo Junior High School money comes you

r x p rti menU, in brief: PTA Thursday at 7:30 pjn. If your payments are getting

es of southern Florida. Inter- delinquent, Classified Ads bring
CALIFORNIA New York 23>m cork efana During the business meetingthe
views with several extra cash FAST!
residents you
By FRED POWLEDGEST. nominating committee will]
Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller and
showed that
AUGUSTINE Most of regardless of
Harold E. Stassen filed petitions the northern white persons who where they came from, they had

for California's June 2 Re- came here to assist St. Augus- Little difficulty in adopting the

publican presidential primary.If tine's Negroes in their civil prevailing southern white's at-

their petitions are certified, rights struggle have now departed titude toward race relations.
Even those visitors to St. Aug-
The tourist
399-year-old
Rockefeller and Stassen will ustine who
center has quickly regained its came here last weekin
--(1" &::::J, join Arizona Sen. Barry Gold- placid, segregated 'Way of life automobiles from Illinois,
'ri"" water on the ballot Merwin D. The town's most prominentwhite Michigan and the New England .

4i "iii jtt:>: :/<: \ \ Field's California poll showed, visitor, Mrs. Malcolm titude.states, seemed to share this at- '

}r : < ': .JI' \ meanwhile, that the top presi- Peabody, the mother of Massa-
'7 .dPiw.t ;J/' '. \ dential favorite among California -chusetts Gov. Endicott Peabody, An elderly white woman In

<;; "/';f-A; < ,/ 7Z 41' II"% -jffJ".l} "\. republicans is Henry Cabot flew home to Boston after .a knitted sweater stepped out .
i /;r'f... : -- bond of an automobile with a Massa-
lodge, U.s. Ambassador to posting $450 on charges
7>
t ,, ;f'f ;" /," IiY": ',," ,<,L.: : II'; :','.', "s South Viet Nam, who will not growing out of a racial demon- chusetts license Friday and
: fy o..,,r' i : appear on the June 2 ballot. stration. Before she left, she told spoke to a motel employee:
; ::! '
z 'f ; '. >, : ::l the Negro community that its "We expected all sorts of
'J' <'p" II '/ ;< SCRANTON: A close aide future communications trouble when we to
depended on came St
j- { f nt.r : : said Pennsylvania Gov. William with white persons. Augustine," she sa i d. "We
.. k'k .
lJ. "
,
y ", .-,.," <> ,: ., W. Scranton will not encourage "When you get together and heard about it on the car radio
:lt supporters who are booming begin to talk" said the 72yearold all the way down. But you certainly i
I Diane, Denning became the first ROTC woman at the Universityof him for the Republican presi- New Englander, "the have gotten them under

Florida to win the Civitan Award ,for Achievement in Citizenship present. dential nomination. Scranton walls really will come tumbling control, haven't you?"

I ed during the ROTC parade at the UF drill field yesterday. Diane, a member of 'has said he would accept a'sincere down." The motel employe replied: iDon't:

the ROTC's Angel Flight,was selected for her campus leadership activities and and honest" draft for Members of the civil rights "Yes'm, we sure have' forgetto
scholastic achievement. Bob Hancock (left) represented the Civitan Club while II the GOP.nomination but that he movement indicated that they A desk clerk in another lodg-
Lt. Gen. made the has no plans to make a try for
Albert Watson II presentation. Behind Hancock is Col. Wil- were preparing for a long ing place boasted to a reported:
liam N. Boaz Jr., head of the Air Force ROTC. it drawn-out period of protests. "I'm getting pretty good at tell- R rJ 1= get yourmoney

WISCONSIN: Postmaster Gen- St. Augustine is a cosmopolitan ing the tourists from the trou-
eral John A. Gronouski said in southern community. A sizeable blemakers." 0

% Calls ROTC Program Key Milwaukee that next Tuesday's number of its 15,000 per- He was asked if he worried t
Wisconsin democratic primary manent residents are retired about inadvertently insulting in by

would play a significant part in northerners and mid westerners. tourists when he asked if they
the battle the civil Some of them operate neon- white "
over rights were "outside agitators. the 20th
To Efficiency EconomyUnder bill Gronouski spoke in behalfof lit motels and eating places "No," he replied. "When I explain -
Gov. John W. Reynolds, whois along U. S. Highway 1, one of what we're up against,
running as a favorite son the major thoroughfares con- they all seem to understand it." Earn fits
Secretary of the Army He named several general and 'officers commissioned from pledged to President Johnson necting the North and the beach- Mayor Joseph A. Shelley said pro

Paul R. Ignatius credited the field officers of his own staff I West Point and the Officer Candidate against segregationist Gov. he believed that "now that the from the 1st
t ROTC program for producing who earned their commissions I School program, another George C. Wallace of Alabama. outsiders are gone," St. Augus-

1 many of the Army's key officers through the ROTC. 1,000 are commissioned from tine would return to what he
t In a speech here Friday night "In addition to the quality of the ROTC. called "the excellent race relations .

before members of the Florida the individual ROTC officers, "In addition, approximately Mrs. Peabody DeclaresShe'll that have existed in this

Reserve Officers Association. one must emphasize the quan- 10,000 ROTC graduates are community for a long, long
ROTC-trained officers are titive significance of the ROTCto time." Pardon us for tooting our
commissioned
as second lieutenants Face the Medicine
helping the Army perform its the Army," he said. in the Army Reserve to The current integration drive own horn but we think this i&
mission more efficiently and "Each year, against the com- I serve on active duty for two has been sponsored by the
economically, he said. bined output of about 1,000 new 'years." fom Cork t mtmtlt in a racial demonstration,I Southern Christian Leadership a harmonious idea. Visit us now
JOHN H. FENTON smiled at a crowd of more than' Conference, an Atlanta based
By or use the mails.first .
Ignatius was joined by four BOSTON Mrs. Malcolm E.; 100 persons waiting for her at organization headed by the Rev.
UF ROTC Graduate Now Army generals in the weekend Peabody was welcomed home I the Boston airport. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
activities of the ROA attendedby
II Friday by five bishops of the If Mrs. Peabody was weary, Some representativesof
than 200 offi-
more reserve S.C.L.C. have commented privately federal
Protestant Episcopal Church. it did not show through her
Army Adjutant General cers. She kissed one of them, her bright smile as she waved both that the reaction of local
.; Lt. Gen. Albert Watson II, husband, then announced her hands at several delegations of Negroes to the campaignhas savings & loan associationof

A University of Florida man in 1936, Cot Halley served as Third Army Commander, reviewed -intention of "going back to placard carrying civil rights been less than totally en- Gainesville

f who became a second lieutenant a second lieutenant in the U. S. an ROTC parade yester- take my medicine." groups on hand to cheer as thusiastic. rIi I Il1r
the MIMltti mEW SAVINGS
day
morning honoring grad-
when he graduated in 1936 has Army Reserve. In 1940 he wenton The 72 year-old grandmother -she appeared in the plane ft Lou MtUIANd COtrOIATlOMrtDlUl
senior
been named adjutant generalof active duty and served also uating cadets. Watson who spent three nights in doorway. CHIMNEY KOMI LOAN SANK IYJTIM
at last
the First U. S. Army. throughout World War H in the night spoke a banquet jail at St. Augustine, Fla., on Later, when she was asked CORNERS 24' w. UNvnsrrr AYE. AT 310
U. S. and by BMMtt 4!%
,The man Is Cot Clem G. Europe.He charges of having participated if she would return for trial WALKERFurniture N.W.13TH JT.AND 'TH AVE.,
i Sen. Spessard Holland spokeat
was discharged in 1946,
Halley,,,a Sarasota ntaive. He but re-enlisted later. He a luncheon following the next month, or forfeit $450 in 13 NW are Ave. ifMVAw"s RdJd51i
a
l year bail, Mrs. Peabody replied, "My "Furniture ThaYsfh"A Joy
assistant ad-
was elevated from became First parade. Others heard were Maj. Te
Army deputy'ad-
AccidentRoundup son wouldn't let me do that
jutant. jutant general in November, Gen. Louis Gravely' Jr., and ;
I'm going back to take my meoicine.
J. 0.
He's. been on cove duty for 1962. Navy Captain Mayo. ."
22"' years. CoU Hailey serves In First Ignatius arrived by Army SHOPSHOPSHOP
Describing how she
After graduation from here Army headquarters on Gover- aircraft Friday afternoon at the happenedto
to Florida Mrs. Pea-
go ,
nors Island, N. Y. Gainesville municipal airportand
Involved In accidents said that the Rev. JamesP.
He's married to the former was greeted by Mayor How- reportedto body
the city police during the last Breeden, adviser on racial
ROTC CadetWins Muriel Watson of Gainesville.Six ard McKinney.
48 hours: affairs to Bishop Stokes, said IN GAINESVILLE
Winston Carl Snowden, 1204 that "older people" were need- i:
Award NE 10th Ave., and ConstanceCall ed to go South to help demon- _' Drop off your dry cleaning on
,
Bike Rodeo StartsBoys' MacNair, 2140 Flavet U, strate."I l your way to work at any
at S. Main Street and ?'"
SW 1st said, 'Could you use me
David' E. Wieland, an Air Avenue at 8:42 p.m. Friday. Mrs. Peabody said, "It rather of our plants, and pick it upon

Force ROTC' cadet at the University Vera Mae Lovell, Route 4, slipped out before I thought" your way home.
of Florida, has been Club WeekThe Box 298, and Edward F. Mey- tl

named to receive the Whitmore drech, 129 Flavet H, in the 700
SPECIAL OFFERIiiIikIflq
Award for: "outstanding per- block of NW 13th Street at 6:05 3 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU .
formance" while a junior in days of activity and festi-- week's activity will get p.m. Friday.

C advanced Air Force ROTC train- vity start tomorrow at the Boys' underway tomorrow with a bicycle George Washington Richardson All Dry Cleaning Done on Premises

Club.They'll. rodeo and safety inspec- 909 SE 1st Ave., and 3 DAY SPECIAL: Mon. April 6 Tues. April 7 Wed. April 8Men's
ing.He mark National Boys'Club tion beginning at 4 p.m. in the Marjorie Goodroe McCleney, 221 ,
was selected on the basis Week. wood shop., SW 2nd Avenue at 4:30 p.m. AIL ELECTRIC
of military and scholastic A safety decal and inspectioncard Friday.

achievement and potential as "We hope that every inter- will be issued,to bicyclists McMillan Houston Johnson, SHAVER OWNERS I Icw
ested citizen will visit to
M an Air Force'officer. pay a
1617 12th Road and
passing inspection. NW Ber- or
the Club this week and see
He's a member of National Defective bicycles will be nard Michael Corona, Aberdeen,
Air Force Reserve Officers juvenile decency in, action, repaired. Md., at NW 13th Street and 5th
Mike Kreshka
Club Director
Training Corps honorary and Avenue at 11:40 a.m. Friday.
After the inspection, boys will
Arnold Air Society. said yesterday. Franklin R. Roderns, Tampa +
test their cycling skills Ladies'
an SUiTSDRESSES
over !
I Kreshka outlined a busy weekof and Alberta Angel Lonza, 1628
obsacle Prizes will be
During the 1964-65 school year activities slated for the club course. NW 43rd Place, at W. Univer-
be will serve as operations offi- as part of the nationwide ob-I awarded to the winning riders. sity Avenue and 8th Street at
of the University unit of the with the annual championship
cer servance. It'll be designed to 12:55 p.m. Saturday.
Dale Mabry Squadron. show the public what the club matches in the games room. Charles Jordan Jr., Route 1, 79*

Cadet Wieland is a junior in does, and as the highpoint of the II They start at 4 pjn. Box 139, High Springs, strucka I
journalism. year's activity at the club. Wednesday, the week's activity sign at NW 6th Street and 13th
will slow to a turtle's pace Street at 3:04 p.m. Saturday.

but the festive spirit of.the boys Jennifer Brown, 807 W. Pan-

J. M. FIELD'S HOMEMAKERS should be as high as ever. Excited -hellenic Drive, and the In and
youths will coach miniature Oat Hamburger Stand at 203

turtles in a race across the SW 2 Avenue at 5:08 pjn. yes-

FAIR & SALE gymnasium floor. terday. Fire Calls

I Thursday and Friday, the At 9:27 a.m. Friday at 715 NW
grownups will get into the Boys'Club S
10th St, a stove fire.
I Week act.
At 3:14 p.m. Friday, a car Ladies and Men Your Electric
The annual recognition night fire in the 1300 block of E. Uni- Shaver Head '. Cleaned Oiled (plain)

will be Thursday. versity Avenue. Tuned Up PRICE ONLY 1-2
There'll be one national award At 5:56 p.m. yesterday, a car Friday. April S and Saturday April 4
From '.00 A.M. to 5:00 PM.
presented at the meeting and Ire in the Gainesville Shopping

"' EllAxEIfS' several local awards to both individuals Center. J. M. FIELDSU. 2 for 1.49
: and civic organizationswill At 7:05 p.m. yesterday, a
t be announced. false alarm at NE 2nd Street S. ill North at 23rd Blvd.
FREE .
a Open H Sunday Noon 7 P.M.
All i Master of ceremonies will be I and 12th Avenue.

= PORCELAIN NOMI I Rev.[ Tom Mitchell, pastor of I

b OUT First Methodist Church. A reception to better by always having delivery with
Please help us serve you your receipt
rip for the adults, and a HUSKY 6 H.P. RIDING MOWER
TRIAL! "balloon release" for the young you. DON'T'FORGET We PRE-5 POT MOTHPROOF ertry garment thatwe

folk, will be held before the dry clean.

Thursday night program starts. ".
X"E .S "D Jt
Friday will bring more: ,
JtI awards, this time at the annual I We

"Father and Son Awards Night! c :: (-oi--Hou-ii----J: ; : :
Besides recognition of achieve : Odorless' dry cleaning

Kelvinator All Porcelain ment in an activities at the t Repair FRESH AS A FLOWERIN

AUTOMATIC WASHER Boys' Club, the Friday night mass JUST ONE HOUR CLEANERS '

All porcelain Inside and out .i program wifl include naming of ***
0 Deep both washing action $138 the "Boy of the Year." All .the"1 0 PLANT NO. 2 tfn ::ti PR1t', C aNr46 /
e,Triple dip rinsing Saturday will end the activity. MrVhwl
e 2 In the Shopping
Ifll end it on a new note -
1 NO MONEY DOWN! Model KW501VP the "First Annual" Adventure I Cut Cutting Time r Makes PLANT NO. 1offering 3-11.Center., shirt with laundering Drive-In. and Service.One

e 5 Yr. Parts Warranty Only 2.75 per wk. Day." hour dry cluai.... PLANT NO. 3
Activities win include an exhibition j coavenieat curb Mr
rice. Dry Cleaning sad. Shirt 130 N.W. 10th AVE. 3 hour shirt laundering and one
OPEN 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.-Sunday 12 to 7 p.m. by Ross Allen's Silver FLORIDA SAW CO. Service. hour dry clual_,.

GAINESVILLE-Acres of Free Parking Springs Reptile Institute, show-,. 319 N.W. 13th ST. 316 N. Main Street .-
ing of an Army tank, an Indian
show and a shooting exhibitionby Phone FR 6-3411 Gainesville, Florida
U. ,
S. 441 N. at 23rd Blvd. Phone 376.8297 i
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Jobless r recognition at the VA hospital ., --.-.. .. '
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weren't disclosed. ..
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By EDWARD COWAN '4>

i WASHINGTON solid gain The Operating Engineers represents ,

in nonfarm employment andno heavy-equipment opera- for ': _
change in the national unemployment tors. Its dispute here was with ".
rate occured in W. and M. Construction Com

March. pany, a sub-contractor charged .

t A report by the Labor Depart- with doing all the ground workon

ment also showeda : the $11 million hospital NovemberELECTI T
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decline in unemploymentamong
Volpe Construction Ca., the
adult men and some rise, ... _
major contractor, wasn't in- '
following a sharp drop, in teenage Sidewalk Superintendent's ReportSelf volved in the dispute, but it did .

unemployment. slow Volpe's work. _.
-reduction of work time lost
time construction sidewalk style have been Henry J. Pickersgfll, project
through involuntary part appointed superintendent's- ,'
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schedules.a keeping an eye on painters putting on the first coats of white on the $2 mil manager for Volpe, said this

drop of about 250,000 in unemployment lion Federal Building last week. The building is scheduled for completion in morning that construction progress

for the first three October. (Sun photo by Eddie Davis.) was set back an estimated

months of 1964 as comparedwith 20 to 30 days. .

the same period of 1963. The delay was caused primarily tNErkimE : :

The closely-watched, political- by the refusal of other un-
ly-sensitive national unemployment Record Peacetime Boom ion men to cross the picket

rate held steady at 5.4 line set up by the operators

per cent. This meant that 54 union. The line consisted of a

of every 1,000 persons in the labor single picket. It stood for 57
force in March were out 1 Shows No Sign of LetupBy days. .

of work and looking for a job.

Government officials were dis-
appointed that March did not JACK LEFLER stimulating effect of the recen t and heavy investment in new Named DelegateTo

bring another drop in the un- AP Business News Writer tax reducation." I plant and equipment. HANDBOOK

employment rate, following Feb- NEW YORK (AP) -The busi- The Chase Manhattan Bank o:f: On the strength of this, the Republican .

ruary's decline from the January ness upturn reached the ripe old New York said: stock market has reached suc-

level of 5.6 per cent. age of 38 months this week. "The odds are high that the cessive new highs, adding to Platform Forum y -
1 That made it the longest business the optimism.
will be at
economy operating ,
EntomologistOff expansion in peacetime.Some or quite close to practical capacity American Telephone and Tele- MIAMI Mrs. Jayne B.

economists felt it was I later this year. This is like- graph Co. and Sears, Roebuckand Butterworth of Gainesville was 1964
to
EgyptDr. getting decrepit. 'ly to be true even with moder- Co., among others, supplied named yesterday as a delegateto :

G. C. LaBrecque, entomologist Others contended ation in consumer markets, cap- evidence last week that businessis the Republican Party's
of i it is still ital expenditure and inventories moving along at a high level. "party-to-people" forum here
at the Department
robust and has Week
*' AT&T reported record .
earn-
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Agriculture's Insects AffectingMan 'a considerably At the upswing Isn't ings of $397,918,000 or $1.58 a April The forum is one of six sched- Candidates By a political team of .. L

and Animals Laboratory for I' longer life In hampered present by, the usual signs of: share, for the three months end- uled for diferent sections of the Issues The New York Times: ::.:;:
here leaves today a research -
in Egypt and ahead. Business an expansion's demise. Inven- ed Feb. 29, compared with $358- country to help organize planksfor Party strategyStatebystate James Reston h'

Sudan.project I Majority opin- tories aren't excessive, loansaren't 858,000, or $1.43 a share, a year the GOP's 1964 national plat political charts Tom Wicker 1'- .
the ion tended toward
earlier. Sales rose to $2,474,815000 ,- form.The Miami meeting will .
difficult to obtain and
l In cooperation with the U.S. the belief from National election maps Alvin Shuster i.t .
$2,295,271,000 a Latin American .
year concentrate on
Navy's Medical Research Unit that things look good for the prices are relatively stable. earlier. Convention scoring tables John D. Morris .l.
This is the fact that issues. .:.:
Number Three based in Cairo, months ahead.M. despite
Sears, Roebuck sales for the Special emphasis will be t Warren Weaver, Jr. -
LaB r e c que will undertake a' R. Gainsbrugh, chief econ- the upturn well exceeds the 30- year ended Jan 31 totaled $5.1 placed on Cuba, Panama and Joseph lobs -. ,.

study of the small disease-:carrying omist of the National Industrial month average for all 26 previous billion, crossing the $5-billion other trouble spots. l

fly known as phleboto- Conference Board, expressed U.S. business expansionssince mark for the first time. The big Sen. Kenneth Keating of New '! >. ;.. ...:. Claude Sitton ,
this opinion: records were first kept in : .t 'j muse mail-order .
chain
earned $261 York will preside.The ;,:;.' '. I .. .
Th study is expected to take "Because there are none of 1854. million, or $3.44 a share, against platform hearings. are .,;w 'J 1''t Max Frankel ..'

the entomologist as far southin the familiar signs of economic It is being carried along by $234.6 million, or $3.10 a share, something proposed by former I :. iY" ,: t,. Cabetl Phillips ___ .

Africa as Khartoum and Pa- strain, I would say the top of corporations' high sales and in the previous year. Pres. Dwight Eisenhower.He :. ,: t:i Robert H.jPftfps .
loich. He is due to return May ,this expansion isn't even in sight earnings, particularly in the au- Consumers got a little good called them "an action program -

3. yet, especially considering the tomobile and steel industries, news when.the cost of living de- of 'United Statesmanship' -.h., ."'. .4.H.... ."'.,",.t ....,. j... i": #<:. 'f. ... Irvin Horowlte ,. .j.. .._. .

clined. in March for the first designed to bring our nation's :C- 1'1-. : '71", :' ... I.;,:. John Carry .'.-. ...-..-....w-..

time since ;Pecember 1961. It problems to the people, and to ,. ,7tl.. ., '. )., ", "...._" _,,j. ..*..,. .,-:* J
. County Property SalesVera was just a little droponetenthof : ask their suggestions concerning ,,: !it. t-.:".. :.1 .-l:: '. : J idt. Edited by Harold Fw..sr! .. ,

one per.cent-and the Bureauof the party's platform in J :,.. >.) : ', '. -
Labor Statistics predicted a !1964." ( .. ...
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Property sales of more than 1.000 Louise Belano and Pierre A property In section nine township eight resumption of the rise this About 1,000 Floridans are expected ;: \; !. :: : : :
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recorded last week In the office of Circuit Belano to J Russell Heath Jr and range 21, $1,800 month. for the forum in Miami. .
Court Clerk J. B. Carmichael with Jacqueline A Heath property In block Hugh Edwards Inc to Clarence Richard j! r.-U: : ':5 $.95 .. .-..
tate tax 'stamps one range six Elliott and L'Engle'sAddition -
prices figured deed Mason end Betty Zane Mason, lot ; tit' I" ,
affixed to the to Gainesville $14.000 U. Carol Estates South $1X800 .
Philip F Fluhr Jr. and Marlon L. Capital Enterprises Inc to RobertN J Alfred Robbins and Julia T Robbins HOW -. MlFor' j '
Fluhr to Santa Fa Lee Jr and Carole Colby Lee. lots to Thelma H Fletcher, lot 22 i W.' -J:!; i:
Cocrpany property In section 32 township 2i and 27 and part of lots 25 and 28. block A, RobbtaswaM Subdivision could the exclusive manufacturer of .
Meador's Division block 14 Bailey'sAddition $1,200
$4 000.
seven. ag.
Burton W. Ames and Effle Doran to Gainesville $24.500 PnlllJp L Lajib and Clara Lamb to electric portables improve on them? :.
Ames to Donald F. Cross and Nancy F. A and E Construction Company Inc Stella Green.Jbt; one block B W R o. .... .. ,'
Cross. lot S,Maple Hill. $5.400. to Albert Ernest Edwards and LucIle H Thomas Subdivision of the west half of By Making The :
William A Flntey Jr. and First Edwards. lot 39 Hazel Heights Subdivision block five. Brown's Addition to Gainesville J "
Finley to H Inc. lot 15. block M $10,000 S&3M Electricity Portable. "

to Addition Fred Ceo?F.Mason to Hines Carol and Estates.and Frances Ruth Heights.14000.E.D.Hines.$10 Mason 500.lot ton Philman Lee Conyoos Daniels property Phllman and Edna In and section Daniels Mary 22 to Phyllis town-Wil east and$20,700 University Nina corner Lowry of Lanes the property Thomas Inc to Napier In L the A Lowry north Grant Now"Powerite"Smith-Corona goes 'all ( now too)} :: : : I

4. block C Magnolia
18. $5,700
Lester C. Hodge and Annie G. Hodgeto ship eight range Landmark of Gainesville Inc to Fred the way supplyingits ,
Robert A Burford and Dincy M. R G Hodge and Imogene Hodge to Mason and Frances D Mason lots 21 elec- .
Burtord. lot 10 Stephen Foster Heights. C J Wood and Mar Lee Wood property and 36. Suburban Heights unit one own portable y
$21,300. In section seven township 10 range $5,200 tricity o RECHARGEd A ......
Otto A... Kahlldl and Mal N. Kahllch 18 $4,000 Jake Postell and Marie Postell to _.
to F. W. Oliver and Marie M. Oliver Chester F Goss and Ann C Goss to Bruce Builders lots four and five ABLE POWER PACK. '-

S.property C. Moore's In block addition one the to estate High Springs of Mrs Carml Woods Subdivision J Link $1800S tot 10LeI Trances block High four Springs D $1430 E Whetstone's Additionto Only $19950PLUS Ali.t>e+a4 192-page paperback manual Compiled and written .... :: -
Alberta M Webb to Landmark of Gainesville Inc to A
Webb and
$ A
u Ford end Caries H. Ford to Lloyd L White and Roxle J White, lots W Fletcher lots 24 and 37, Suburban TAX Easy Terms Available by New York Times reporters and commentators based In
Hans J. Raab and Marianne R. Rub 18 and 1'.Cross Creek Park 42..00 Heights 85.200Landmark ,...._..
property range 22 $In rise ion 26. township nine. to Martin Gerald Chitty T Law and and Isollne Margie H M Chitty Law' coma Homes of Inc Gainesville lots 22 and Inc 35 to Sub-Ma- Washington and other Times new* bu reat*. Deigned l to help :-
Ray Pearson and Catherine Pearsonto lot 25 and part of lot 24. block A. Shady urban Heights. SS. OO HANCOCKTYPEWRITER :
Joseph W. Hannon, property In section Lawn Estates Subdivision $9400Koch Landmark of Gainesville Inc to W you keep up with events In major election contests'throu8rout ,: .
34 township nine range 20. $3,800. Arthur L Koch and toGertrude P Rldgway and Louise B Rldgway. ?
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good recognizing literature anniversary: and the good of four the dramaare birth'hundredth Kennedy."Four record Days"of the (UPI death. historical of Pres. TIILi I are moving up to Olds than ever before to FutureHappiness ..


K. of Shakespeare. This emphasIshas : THE ARTS .
brought about a burst of

research, and scholars every:: "Isadora Duncan" (Terry) ': .
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where have found new facts and .biography of a great dancer by L ; :

new theories to contribute to a prominent dance critic;
the sum total of knowledge "Music and Ceremonies" (Sit- :
about this remarkable man. well) recent poems by Dame, =- Issued By
Among the books which have Edith; "The Small R a I n" .

appeared, a really outstanding (Roselipe) 57 new poems by w
ends. : William i Shakespeare, the priest-poet; "C 0 llected
Poems" DeutscM. 11t new.. U.CB
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poems, 20 translations amd se .
This is no quasi-biography lit lections from 8 previous vol- : .
with romance and served up; umes; "Selected Plays and Li- H
in the form of a novel It is i a bretti" (Hofmannsthal) new Tis Ia .

mine of definite information and translations of 3 plays and 3 ..
sound deduction. Mr. Rowse has libretti including "The Tower" '
long been a writer on this par:= and "The Cavalier of the Rose.. \
ticular period of English his- FICTION .. .
tory and is wen qualified to, "Silence in Crete" (Ayrton) : :

make sound judgments on mat. suspense; story .of illicit digging -
ters pertaining to Shakespeare for archeological treasure; "
his writing his contemporariesand "Strange Way Home" (Faber) .
the Intimate! facts of his novel, based on fact, of a

Canadian priest, kidnapped in
life.It childhood from his Jewish family
is amazing how much documentary
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be found knowledge on the subject there of is this to ([ ) 2 generations of a Oldsmobile's Jetstar 881!
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family; "Tales from
man who lived in England 400
the Brush Country" (Blackwell) -

years town halls ago.and Musty churches records reveal in I. 7 Southwest stories of Texas life on; the"An rangen Arid R (AS 0 N Priced below 30 models with low-price names!

describe details. Mr.Shakespeare's Rowse is able boy to Heart" (Cassola) love storyof Boasts a full-size 123-inch wheelbase! W37hL1iL

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hood home, name his neighbors, Sports a 330-cubic-inch Jetfire Rocket V-8!
provincial town; 'The Martyr
and even give particulars as ed" Kim
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to their personalities, occupa mystery attending the Com- r
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ministers during the Korean ::
his life in this intimate vein. War .

This book is not merely biog ( ; )"Policeman's- a mystery in Dread"Creasey which ;11I

raphy. It contains a careful Scotland Yard is involved in Sensational performance for ere owner driving! GO UfOS
analysis of all of Shakespeare's bribery and threat; "Help!
writings, done In relation to the Help' Help!" (Wilk) humorous
social and political flavor of the tales of servant problems; ,
AT rut IAM..rM11 M OtN
'tunes. Mr. Rowse finds echoesof "The Yellow Villa" (Blanc) AT TM=MTORI : WHERE THE AORON 111Sit /
mystery set in Mexican .
what is going on around him a resort OPEN .
in all of Shakespeare's works town; "Out of the Blue" (Archer ;'
and points out the fact that the : ) a photograph and 2 phone
plays were full of local allusions I calls that spell mystery and
and contemporary gibes which I danger. TOUt LOW AUTH01UIB OLDSMOIIU QUALITY DUUI..BUDQUUnU FCX KIM TY-II6HT, STAKHIE? SUKI U, 0YNAMIC U, JETSTAt, JITSTAI, F4S YOUR

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in respect to the Sonnets need .
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be available at the Gainesville \\ie2\ meter: as it goes up, it indicates, "Better wectfier"
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CURRENT-INTEREST'Freedom c '.. '..', .:.. ; *._,, weather "rainy days" seize opportunities ..'

of the Mt In d" i I : realize cherished goals.
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(Douglas) discussion of the presenc.es .-
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in the series "Reading ReqUested .,.. -",,-,,,'
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for an Age of Change"; "The .

Talking Cure" (Hunt) layman's and. ,1 for b.Sat ..,! .' .
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'Racial Crisis in America, DAD .,
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Leadership in Conflict" % INI the USEYOUR

(Killian and Grigg) study
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Italy (AP-An international coat .-. 1 INSURANCE CORPORATION
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which closed in this big port city room Saturday April 10 and 11 by Gainesville Jay-

Friday night urged first that! cees and Gainesville Automobile Dealers As
the world's shipbuilders try to will be open sociation.

expand production and job op Luncheon 12 uS :
portunities in their own field. j to 2P.m. T
FREE AUTO :
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Dinner 5 to 12 '
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'' p. I and Choral Union. She.has.appeared 3 Women Die in Crash
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. :Beethoven's 9th To Be Performed as. Tne" Mrs.Medium Gobineau" Mrs.inMenotti' I
ROCKET CITY (AP) -Three Butts and Miss Gala were sis!
Peachum in Kurt Weifl's "Three 1C
NM Penny Opera," and as soprano young Orlando women were terse
- : By REID POOLE the Bachelor of Fine Arts degree soloist in the Faure "Requiem." killed instantly Friday night Harrell said an auto driven by
Head, Department of Music'University which they are scheduled to receive
this term. She is also studying voice with when two autos collided headonon Robert Charles Carter,37, of 51-
: of FloridBeethoven's Miss Traverse.
State Road 520
near here.
I crossed the highway
: No. a Mrs. Stevens, of Weirsdale, Petersburg
Symphony studied The program ranges from Traffic Homicide line and crashed into
: Florida, voice under InvestigatorL. dividing
tin D Minor, to be performed I
fA!T Florida Gymnasium" this Mrs. William Fletcher Lees- baroque selections by Bach, D. Harrell of the state highway the car driven by MIss Butts:
{ B burg and later under' .Mrs. Handel, and Lolly, through the patrol identified the deadas
afternoon at 3:00 is not
pm* classical and,romantic of Mo- I Carter was hospitalized with
musical but q Frank Greene of Ocala. Beforecoming Phyllis Ann Harmon, 23; Susan
only] a masterpiece
!stone of the great symbols of to the University of cart, Schubert, Brahms, and i Butts, in her early thirties, .leg and arm fractures. and multiple -
man's freedom, of his joy in his Florida, she attended Central Hugo Wolf, to the contemporary and Rosalie D. Cala, 23. Miss lacerations.
Florida Junior College, major favorite, Giancarlo Men 0 t t i
y y'h Y
relationship with his fellowman I
I Two operatic duets close the
ing in music and while there
and of his faith in God.I
evening, from Mozart's "Mar
was an active member,in sev ,
Today's climax performance brings 1963-64 to.I r d eral musical productions. At the riage of Figaro" and Offenbach's Experienced -
a an outstanding "
University of Florida. Mrs. "Tales of Hoffman. The
musical season in Gainesville.Beethoven's r r recital Is free and the public is
Stevens studied under Dr. Del- GREENE
Ninth Is
event whenever and whereverit a signal bert Sterrett; toured with the cordially invited to attend. Sewing MachineS

fa performed; this first performance .: Singing Sweethearts, and sang
in Gainesville is weD vs with the University Choir. She
worth making extra effort to is presently studying with Miss SAFETY CHECKS OperatorsWith
Sarah
attend. Admission is free and Traverse.
seats are not reserved SMITHpared OWEN Mrs Uelsmann of Highland
Park, Michigan,, studied voice SAVES NECKSGive
Edward Troupin, the regular At Least 3 YEARS Factory Trained
conductor of the University by their regular conductor And better still if you can add, under Mrs. NeD Winkler of,Detroit Experience '
Dr. Elwood Keister, "Yes. I heard it." Michigan. Before coming ,
Symphony Orchestra, will conduct Your Car A
to the of APPLY AT -
The program will open with University Florida, she
The Choir and
University Four splendid young, profes- Beethoven's "Egmont" Over- attended Highland Park Junior Physical Examination
Choral Union have been Athletic Co.
pre.r11NTNG sional soloists are provided ture, which will.be followed by College. At the University of Florida
: through the cooperation of the Vaughn Williams' "Serenade to Florda, she has studied with Dr. JACK SIMMONS "SSS-: 302 N.W. 6th Street
University Lyceum Council and Music," featuring the:forces of Delbert Sterrett and has beenan
the Student Government: Lynn' soloists, chorus and orchestra. active member for three II 418 N. Main St. Phone FR 2-1156 Phone 2-3378 after 2 p.m.

PoST Owen, soprano; Joanna Simon, Senior Recital years with the University Choir].
rr mezzo soprano; William Mrs. MarDynn Uelsmann'and
Greene, tenor; and Malcolm Mrs. Jacqueline Stevens will rnx&tua Smith, bass. These promising appear in a joint senior recital
young artists have already gar Wednesday, April, at 8:15 pan.
nered a number of awards and ,in the University Auditorium. z

)r considerable tough critics acclaim in all parts from of I Both Stevens:Mrs.are Uelsmann sopranos and and Mrs.are t eJ ltlt t:lt I t:lt I t:Jtfdt I t I eI Jtit tIt I t:i I j tItlt tJt I t] lt tJt I JE] JIJ cw,

America and in European opera majoring in Music Education at a
houses, where these days it is the University of Florida. This
virtually a tradition for young recital serves as partial fulfillment
singers to gain experience not of the requirements for

America.In generally. available to them in r we qe1= let a


touting up points of glory c&aincsvU1e Suu : M
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mention, "Oh, yes, and we per- =ar FITr1r=rn=1 = 4L
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AUBURN, Ala. Auburn runs in the opening inning. Jim

F southpaw Jimmy Crysel held Martin led off with an infield BOB GREEN a five-point margin with a half foot-9 operative who dominatedthe lead. The Whites stayed within

Florida to three hits here yester single, scored on shortstop Otis NEW YORK (AP-The AAU minute to go. That did it. boards and contributed 14 shooting distance until Ralph

day but did more damage with Bibb's triple to right and Bibb Stars, led by Jerry Shipp and Pete McCaffrey of the Stars points. Telkin broke through on a fast

i his early hitting as the Tigers came home on a single by Jim little Larry Brown, hustled to a had 15 points, Davies and Brown StruggledThe break for a five-point lead with

tripped the Gators, 8-2. my Barfield. 73-73 upset of the NCAA Reds 13 each. Mullins topped the All-Stars struggled 20 seconds remaining.Joe .
f The victory was Auburn's Jim Backus flew out and and the team title in the U.s. Reds with 16 points, Mel Counts through eight ties and as many Caldwell led the Wbjte
E fourth in six SEC games and Ronnie Baynes followed with Olympic basketball trials Saturday added 14 and Jim Barnes had lead changes before Jacksonput scoring with 18 points.

still leaves the defending SEC Auburn's fourth hit of the inning night. 13. them ahead to stay at 69-68 The UCLA backcourt com'bination

champs in second place behind moving Barfield to second. Shipp led the AAU scoring Skurcenskf, a 6-foot-6 senior when he rammed in a rebound. of Walt Hazzard and Gail

I Florida, which is now 6-1 in division Settles Down with 16 points, many on soft from Westminster, Pa., got major Moments later he tucked Instill Goodrich led the Whites to the

play. shots from the corner, while support from the NAIA's another rebound, then add I fifth place triumph over the

Crysel faced only 30 batters, Thereafter, Eggart settled Brown clinched the victory,with big> burly Lucious Jackson, a 6- ed a foul shot for a 72-68 NAIA AAU Stripes. I
three over the minimum as he down. He retired the side and his free throw shooting in the

went the distance for his fourth limited Auburn to just one more closing moments.In .
_I victory of the year against no hit in the last eight innings. That .9 earlier action. Lou Skur-

losses. The 6-0 junior from was a fifth inning single by censki's 22 point effort led the Lynch Takes AdvantageOf

t Montgomery, Ala., struck out catcher Harry Doles. Eggart NAIA All-Stars to an 84-77 upsetof

eight and walked only one. faced only 28 batters in the last the NCAA Whites in the

f After setting the Gators downIn eight frames. game for third place, the NCAA
order in the first inning, Cry Florida tied with two runs in P Blues beat the AAU Stripes New Starting Role

sel walked Dave Porter to lead the third. Jim Duncan walked, 75-87 for fifth place and the ,

off the inning, struck out the Tom Shannon struck out, Bill Armed Forces Jets defeated the
next two hitters, but first base- Blomgren walked and then center Armed Forces Missiles 95-90 for By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS nati while Jim Gilliam, Willie two runs In the inning. Paul

man Tom Shannon, who also fielder Allen Trammell hit :., seventh. Jerry Lynch, Pittsburgh's Davis and Tommy Davis hom'Toth. the last of four Cub pitchers -
., quarterbacks the football squad, an opposite field triple to rightto ,-' Individuals pinch-hitting specialist, took advantage ered for Los Angeles. set the stage for the loss

lined a fast ball over the right plate both runners. Earl GATOR FRESHMAN DAVID WILSON IN FIRST. Team scores, however, have of a starting role, Two-Run Homer with a throwing error.
field fence for a 2-0 Gator lead. Montgomery attempted to Beats Georgia Tech's Avant in Mile Run little meaning because the clubbed two homers, a double John Herrnstein's two-run In night games, Milwaukeemet
{ Only Two Hits squeeze in Trammell but the' Olympic selection committee and a single, drove in four runs homer highlighted an eight-run Washington, and the other

_ From then on Crysel gave up alter was out at the plate. makes its choices by individ- and scored four himself as the second inning that gave the I half of the Chicago White Sox'
only two hits, a single to Porterin However, the Gators went GATORS SPLIT uals rather than by teams. Pirates crushed Detroit 14-6 in ,Phillies more than enough to split squad played Baltimore.

the seventh and another ahead in the fourth to stay.Randy The 12-man team that will an exhibition baseball game !withstand the Colts. Dick Farrell The Los Angeles Angels-Cleve

singled to Ron Creese in the Morcroft walked, Eg represent this country in the Saturday. absorbed the second inning land game was rained out.

ninth. And Creese was erased gart bunted and beat it out fora Tokyo Olympics will be an- Lynch's 4-for-4 performanceled punishment. San Francisco whippecr Tacoma .

in double. play. hit, Ron Creese moved both TRACK, MEETSThe nounced Sunday morning.The a 20-hit Pittsburgh attack The Red Sox won In the 14th of the Pacific Coast League

Auburn tied the score ,at 2-2 runners up with another bunt AAU Stars, composed that also included a two-run when winning pitcher Arnold 9-7 on homers by Willie Mays
In the third. Tandy Gerelds and Duncan's long fly tallied largely: of members of the AAU homer by rookie Gene Alley. Earley singled across one of and Tom Haller.
singled to open the inning. After Morcroft Florida added another Florida varisty track cialities, the 100 and 220 yard champion Akron Goodyear i Don Demeter hit a homer for

Harry Doles fanned, Cry s e 1 run in the sixth to end the day's team split dual meets with dashes. Leach was first in the Wingfoots, built their triumphon the Tigers.

doubled to put Gerelds on third. scoring. Georgia Tech and Florida State 100 against FSU, but slipped to a 13-3 scoring burst midway I Besides Alley, two other rookies Indians HireSolly

l t Second baseman Jimmy Martin here yesterday, while the Baby second in the 220. through the last half. That I played key roles-Minnesota

singled to drive in both Ger Walks Hurt Gators swept past both oppon His 100 time 9.8 and pulled the Stars from a one- outfielder Tony Oliva and Joeff I
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was 1
elds and Crysel. Eggart kept the ball low to ents.. he churned the, 220 in 22.1. point deficit to a 59-50 lead that Long of the St. Louis Cardinals.
Crysel scored what turned out UF smashed held up the rest of the !
Auburn hitters, forcing them to The varsity way. Oliva smashed three doubles Hemus
to be the winning run in the ground out most of the day. Tech, 103-41, and dropped a Pete Skafte of Denmark Dick Davies produced five of while Harmon Killebrew drovein

fifth. With one out he singledto Duke Shackleford, Auburn hurl. narrow 74-71 contest with FSU.I again won his specialty, the the points in the spree and big three runs in the Twins' 7-4

center and stole second base. er, fanned seven but walked .as The Gator yearlings tripped javelin, with a toss of 204-10. George Wilson made a valuable victory over Kansas City. Ed Tucson, Airz. '(AP) The by Johnny Keane and was a

Shortstop Otis Bibb then singledto many and the free passes kept Tech 14-3, and FSU, 12-5. contribution on the boards. Charles kept the A's in the Cleveland Indians Saturday coach for the New York bMets
drive him in. Bibb scored him in trouble. I Charles Goodyear and Mar. Harry Winkler paced the The NCAA, paced by Jeff !game with a homer and two I hired Solly Hemus, 40, formerSt. in 1962 and 1963.

later in the inning on Jimmy The loss was Auburn's first at quis Baez 1 er won two events Baby Gators with three firsts: Mullins, came back, however, doubles. I Louis Cardinals manager to I Hemus himself was hired out
Barfield's against both Tech and FSU. and closed to within two pointson
single.All
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home against a Southeastern each in both meets to pace the coach third base. of a hospital He was still recovering -
Three HitsLong I
He Needed four occasions, the last at
Conference foe in Coach Paul Gator varsity. The regular Cleveland_ third from a gall bladder
The two run cushion all Florida VS Georgia Tech 6870. collected three bits in
was fix ,two ,At the Tigers' sped to victories in ". a operation Friday when he
needed he 'ne'vet years Goodyear 440 relay- Florida 4U5. -- ""': llad Chance base coach," George Strickland, was
Crysel as allowed 15-hit Cardinal attack that
MIe: Goodyear. Flaj Watkins. CT. overwhelmed
first
helm. the mile and two mile runs, contacted by PauL
Welle, Fla.4202. lied is managing the American
the Gators to threaten the They 'a chance to. tie it the New York Mets I
rest of the way. FU. I'r h bI Auburn I'r II bI while Baezler finished first in 440 Rowe Fla.j H a I e y. Fla ; when Howard Komires drew a 101. Charley James hit a three-: League club until Birdie Teb- Hemus was convalescing at
Creese 3b 4010 Martin 2m 5 0 2 4 the broad jump and hop, skip Wright. GT. 47.5 betts recovers from 'a heart at his Houston home Saturday. He
Auburn added four insuranceruns Duncan If 4000 Bibb u 5122 two-shot foul. He missed the run homer for St. Louis and will
off reliever Charles! Anderson TrVnel d 4000 Barfield 3D S 01 11 and jump. I Broad Jump Baezler Fla.} Russell first but connected on the second Curt Simmons pitched five-hit tack. join the Cleveland club on
2110 Bachus cf 2110 GT Toole GT. 22-3, in
Porter c star George opening day Cleveland clubon
in the Gator sprint the Reds to withinone I Tebbetts suffered a heart attack
eighth. M'mery 2b 3.00 Baynes lb 4110 I Shot Put Williams CT Thornton pulling ball for six innings.
The BKgren rf 3000 Hair rf 4111 Leach also won his two spe-,. and opening day in Cleveland,
Tigers stole 6970. Wednesday night,
six bases, Shannon Ib 3112 CtreJds If 4110 Fla.; Waldrtp, Fla. 44-1'A. Four other games turned into April 14.Hemus.
I with Ronnie Baynes and Bibb Mo'cnrtt u 3000 Doles c 4000 100-Leach. Fla.j Anderson Fla.; Then Brown took over. He hit long struggles with the New: Strickland had been acting as
2000 3320 Agoos. GT. 0.1. underwent
Blggart Crysel p
stealing two each. An'son P P 1000 I 120 high hurdles Erkman, GT; on four straight free throws for York Yankees edging one half manager since then. surgery
Oocsh, Fla. Wallace. Fla 15.0 March 27, and though he had
32 Totals 361111 1
Totals 9 2
Crysel was two for three at FLORIDA 020 000 090; SchollanderBeats 880 Brown. Flail Hoffman. Fla. of the Chicago White Sox' split: In announcing the appoint. reached the
the plate and scored three AUBURN Montgomery.....(2) Blggart...002 Shannon 020 Wx: Funk Javelin Fla.-1:55.1 Skafte. Fla.} Kirk GT squad 9-8, Cincinnati defeatingthe ment, Gabe Paul, the Tribe's was walking still in stage the hospital of recovering
times. Martin drove in four ALSO 27DP Blonv Rappenecker Fla. 20410.220teach Los Angeles Dodgers 7-6 general and president,
P<>A-Fla 2411. Fla.} Anderson Fla. 22.1.High manager when Paul reached him Fri-
SaariIn Hazzard
and Named
runs with a pair of singles in gren Barfield and LOB Shannon- Frt.Bibb. Baynes. 7 28 Jump ,- Roberts, GT Stephens. Philadelphia beating Houston: said Hemus is being hired only day. Paul arranged for the
|, five trips. Bibb also had two Crysel, Bachus HR Shannon SB 330 Flat hurdles Dean-GT.Roberts 4-4'A, Fla.; Erk- of YearNEW 9-6 and Boston outlasting the until Tebbetts returns to work. Cleveland club
Haire WP- physician to
(2) Crysel Player
hits for the tigers. Bibb" (2) Baynes man. GT; Wallace Fla 39.3.
i Chicago Cubs 9-7 in 14 innings.I
U Millican Doctors Tebbetts will needat
Crysel Bilk Crysef Hop Skip and Jump Baezler Fla.; say check with Hemus' doctor on his
Florida made a strong come- Letcher T 1:55 AIP H'S:ER .. SO SwimmingBy Wilson. Fla.} Oocsh Fla.,44-1%. YORKAllAmer Rookie Archie Moore stroked. least two months to recover, availability on opening day and
back to win the Two Mile Goodyear Fla.; Harrell
over Tigers on 7 3 Fla.; Autin, GT. 1007. lea Walt Hazzard of UCLA received -a two-run single that capped a! and he is not expected to be was assured he would be."We're .
Friday. Blggart L-M ? ? Discus Bascelil Fla. Paschal, GT, !
BOB OARINGBARTLESVILLE } Sve-run ninth inning uprising
I Anderson 3441Cryset t Berghman, Fla. 145-2 a trophy Saturday night back this season. very happy to have
___ Auburn landed on UF mound Crease! (W 3b") 31 Abul'll p322 1 alt r bDuncan Okla. (AP)! Fla.Poll Vault Dean. GT Bewley j for being named the college and won for the Yankees. Clete Solly as a coach," Paul said.
d ace Danny Eggart for two Martin' 5b 411 Schollander, Boyer homered for New York. Hemus was an Infielder with
quick It 3 01 1 Schoolboys Don Florida Vs. FSU player of the year by the U.S "Both Birdie and I have known
Shannon Blomgren 16 rf S,2Bibb ,. i. 1 and Dick Roth of Santa Clara, 440 Relay Goo- FSU. 41... I Basketball Writers' Association. Pete Rose's run-producing the Cardinals and the Philadelphia him for a long time and like
r.ssss1OKJKWK 101 Mile dyear. Flat Roberts
Trammel If 1f 101 Calif. smashed American rec- FSU Raehn FSU. 4202. Irving Marsh of the New York single in the ninth inning gave Phillies before managingthe him very much. I wanted a man
.. 00 440 Rowe Fla.; McDaniel, FSU; : the Reds their the Cards. St. Louis finished
and Schollander beat rival victory over
ords of
_ Froehling 0 Ferry. FSU. 47 J. Herald Tribune, president with experience to help Strick
u U indoor Broad Jump Baezler Fla. E.' and ended homer seventh under Hemus in 1959
Eoaart p 301 Doles C 1 Roy Saari in the men's AAU Johnson. FSU; Wilson. Fla 22-3. } the group, presented the award Dodgers a land and I wanted a man com
TOTALS 34 2 jShaeklefort Lewter' p >000 0 0 swimming and diving Shot Put Williams FSU} HoxIt. before the final game of the battle. Vada Pinson and Gordy and third the next year. patible with Birdie." ':

Scott Enter A. Fryer 3241 100 championships Saturday night. FSU 100; Thompson- Leach FIe.Fla.;S6-R4.Cato. FSU: .Anderson Olympic basketball trials. Coleman connected for Cincin- He was replaced July 6, 1961, "I'm glad to be back In baso-

A. grounded out for TOTALS Shackleford In 7th The 17-year-old Schollander 120 high. Fla.hurdles t.( Guthrie, FSU; Lo- Hazzard, a senior from Phil- 1-- --- ball and pleased to be workingwith
Florida 002 000 101 000 000-4:I won going away by 13 yards .in rent FSU; Oocsh Fla. 15... adelphia, led UCLA to 30 Gabe and Birdie," Herau
River Auburn MO 880 Brown, Flat R. h
Oaks I n. FSU
E-Morcroft Bibb. Backus RBI'D slicing nearly four seconds off Hoffman Fla. 1:55.1. straight victories and the NCAA Stearns Leads said in Houston.
can Trammell 2. Btbb._ '_rf!. ...LOB-. Saari's listed American recordin Javelin S k. t te. FILl Guthrie, He played for the Hemus released
Florida t. Auburn 4s po- -rwio */ FSU; Uhrlcn, FSU. 20410. I. championship. was as a New
HOUSTON, Tex. (AP-Frank 11. Auburn 2Mi :SB-Blbb .f""W"oU,; the 500-yard freestyle. Roth, 220 McDaniel FSU; Leach Fla ; NCAA Blue team in the trials York Met coach after last sea.
Froehling and Gene Scott entered wP-SMckleforcb SB-Doles! S-Crtese.U-Fletcher Eggart} and MIUK? 16, set his second American in- Cato High FSU.JumpLorenz 21.5. FSU} Stephens son and said he'd just about

the River Oaks tennis POcM'I6f} A 1.SD0. Ip r er b ae bit 1 dividual medley record winning Fla ; Oocsh, Fla. -2Vu, In Bout Wave by GHSRobert !given up on a baseball conneCtion
330 Hurdles Roberts Fla.
field 022523 'the ()() individual medleyin ; Ferry '
Saturday, but the tournament 200-yard FSU} Lorenz FSU. 39.3. for 1964.Henry.
lost its defending champion isssusv1,1.Lewter ,, a 7 ; 3 o 7 u 7 J 0 1:58.2: minutes: to better the Schatz Hop Skip FSU}and Wilson.Jump Fla.-44 Baezler**. Fla.; CLEVELAND (AP) Light

with the withdrawal of 1:58.5 mark by Chet Jastremskilast Two Mile Goodyear .Flaj Harrell weights Johnny Bizzaro of Erie,1 Stearns sparkled on fly in the fourth inning.
Manuel Santana. year. Fla.Discus t Larkford- Williams FSU. 10,07 FSU} Brian, Pa., and Candy Parilla of New the mound and then came GHS jumped off to a 1-0 lead Carr

Santana left the Caribbeantour Ocala Coach Schollander was clocked in Fla.Pole} Berghman Vault -, FIe.Phails FSU Crotty' York will fight a 10-round semi through at the plate last nightat in the first inning on an unearn- .

for his home in Spain over 1:44.5 minutes, compared to FSU Bewley Fla. final bout at Cleveland Arena Harris Field as P. K. Yonge ed run, and PKY came back

the weekend because of illnessin Saari's American mark of April 17, it was announced Sat. grabbed a 4-3 baseball win over with three in its half of the Betters Own

his family. Before leaving the Caton QuitsThe 4:48.2. Saari finished in 4:51.8. urday. Joey Giardello, world rival Gainesville High. first.
Carl Yastrzemski's batting middleweight champion meets
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United States
Santana
telephoned
,
his regrets to River Sun learned today that Meet Mark average in 1963 was the Rocky Rivera of Argentina in Stearns limited the Hurricanes The Blue Wave sent 'Cane 220 Record:

Oaks tournament chairman Bob Bill Caton, head football coachat American record holder Wally fourth lowest ever to win an the main bout, non-title. 10- to five hits and drove in pitcher Steve Culbreath to the

Shepherd. Ocala High School, has resigned -Richardson set a meet mark oi! American League hitting crown. rounder. the winning run with a sacrifice. showers in the first inning with By DICK STUART

Entry of U.S. stars Froehling to enter a lumber business 0:50.8: in the 100-yard butterfly four hits. TEMPE, Ari%. (AP-Arfoeaa

and Scott makes up in part faSantana's in Ocala. edging Argentina's Luis Nicolaothe Acehurler John Combs cameon State University's Henry Carr
world record holder at 100 bettered his own world record
absence. Caton had been head mentorat and held the Wave hitless
meters, by a yard.In for the 220 yard dash around
Froehling won his only Hous- Ocala for the past five years, the rest of the way. a
other features of the meet'sfinal I curve Saturday night.Carr' .
tot tournament he held (
assistant
appearance this from an post
night former Santa Clarai time 20.2.
: Three walks and Stearns1 was
year, capturing the champion for four years. Steve Clark won his second I sacrifice accounted for the PKY His listed world standard Is
of the Rice
ship Intercollegiate The Wildcats compiled a fine
straight freestyle race, beating
run in the fourth.
tournament in March. 20.3.Carr's
At River 41-12-2 record under Caton and
:defending champion Steve Jack- amazing showing came
Oaks April 13-19, however, he won five straight post-season ;man of Santa Clara and fellow The Hurricanes rallied in the in a dual meet between the San

will be facing a much stronger bowl games. Three of the bowl Californian Gary Drnan in sixth for two runs, with Stearns Devils and the powerful Southern .

field. wins came over previously ,undefeated -0:471 seconds. striking out two batters to halt California Striders.

Among the players entered teams. I National collegiate champion } the threat. 1
here are Roy Emerson and Ken Caton's best record was 91.1, :Bin Craig of Southern California The 6-foot-3 junior from Detroit
Fletcher of Australia and Rafael .I and he never lost more than !nipped Ken Merten by a touchin s;. .. 1 w.p GHS Culpepper was the lone Mich., had little competition

Osuna and Antonio Palafoxof three games in one season. the 100-yard breaststroke: hi n uy player to get two hits. in his record effort, puffing
Mexico. the 1:001 and Southern Cal's national away from the field with about
candidate for -
Leading
6HS ah r k PKY ah r ft
Froehling Is ranked third in head coaching job is Ocala back- collegiate champion Bob kJ Leooet Sb 100 Stataaker ef 311 30 yards to go.
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the U.S., and last September field coach, Bob Pounds. Bennett scored a similar narrow F x T,. ->.., t t A-Peek Culpepper cf 4 100 21 Dennison Hansen Ib 3It 210 311 Second was the Striders'
reached the finals of the U. S. victory over Thompson Mann of Hlpp 2b 400 Sailer as 21 .
Adolph PlumInaThe former
Robert u 21 1 Marcus C 201Gwtnther
championships before losing to North Carolina in the 100-yard c 210 Stearns p 201 University of New Mexico
Osuna IO.llarathonBRUSSELS Pavleka Ib 301 Wlegman If 200EckdaM performer -
backstroke. If 301 WaoJo 2b 300Swnmertfa a world record balder
The gangling Floridian who rf 3" 0 Rods* rf 200
The breaststroke was perhaps
,. CwlbrMin p 000 himself in the 44tyard dash,,
attends Trinity University in Belgium (AP) the tightest race with Japan'sKeJijiro ., ? ,, r Comb p 301Tctai was tied at 20.8.
San Antonio, Tex.,' reached the Aurele VfrfKVTK rifffirh fee 31- Matssmoto timed just : /or23 3 S Totals 21 4 4
A-Singictf Lcggett In uGalnetvlW
IJJ -4 Wimbledon quarterfinals and year-old Belgian bookkeeperwho behind Craig, bat placed third H..1000020-3S1 Third was the Strlder's Don
last year scored victories over 'won the Boston Marathonin behind Merten on jedges' deci P. K. Yang ...........JOO 100 x-4 4 3 Webster in 209.

Ham Richardson, Chuck Me- record time last year, is going sion. --- f< _. : ,- .
Kinley, Roy Emerson, Billy to try and win the famed Schollander 'won In the open- ':-.t, .. : .... : + Carr was slew out of tile
,., .. The Kansas Athletics led blocks but made for it
City at
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distance "L. + : (j ";
Knight and Mike Sangster. raw again. He announced ing hundred yards when he ,,-_ ;; "'" ""
end of
Scott, a latecomer on the ten Friday he will compete opened up a lead on Saari, then GHS' STEVE LEGGETT OUT AT PLATE ON STEAL TRY the American League in pinch- the curve.

nis scene, will be, making his In the April 30 grind of 26 miles, gradually stretched Las Saari -e .' but 'Canes beat Jacksonville Jacksea, 3.0 Ii I.hitting in 1963 with a collective There was no wind gauge at

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czxlyc Gloria nine sports slants sunday hardest when he has to battle the weather and the psychology gent got to the pool a bit late for the NCAA finals last Saturday

In the moist jungle that is the National Collegiate Athletic of being outdoors on a lousy day.Scholarships. night. Coach Bill Harlan parked the car in an alley close by
although the sign said such was forbidden. .When the UF
Association championship swimming meet, a person drawn
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LackingThe came out after the meet sure 'nuf, the car had been
group
; by curiosity would have seen the University of Florida listed
( Halhersf! towed away for storage (and a fine).
with one point in the scoring tables.It ,110 in :
didn't take someone with the last name of Stanley to remark other factor holding back Florida's growth as a swim That's one thing they never had to do for Jerry Livingston.
funds."I He didn't need a tow at He made it to
"Livingston, I presume." r power outside the SEC is lack of scholarship anytime. swimming'stop
\SUb if" four swimmers who could do the 100-yard drawer on his own stroke of the
I'' And Jerry Livingston, a three-time .All-America swimmer, pi know of at least power, every way.
in 48 seconds who left the state because they wanted You might say the UF's Livingston found himself.
it was, keeping the Gators from a whitewash with a sixth- -- ----- freestyle
and demanded full scholarships. Florida hasn't been able to
place finish that was good for one BIG point.
offer the kind of scholarships necessary to keep these swim- Caught on the RunFriday's
There were 70 schools competing in the NCAA meet at New
'on until the last 30 or 40 yards. Then I caught some water, mers in the state.'
Haven, Conn., last weekend. Most of them sent from a half- ,
dozen to 20 swimmers on a team; some, like Indiana, sent had a bad break or two and missed out. Academic requirements at the UF would not freeze out many announcement that Florida baseball coach Dave

about 30. Florida sent four. "So when I went out to qualify in the 100-yard butterfly, I topnotch high school swimmers, Livingston said. Most of themgo Fuller has been tapped for honorary membership in Florida

And of those 70 schools, only 20 showed up in the scoring really felt Jt." Livingston did a :5.3.m the qualifier, his finest on to Yale or schools whose academic rating compares Blue Key brings to mind that Percy Beard, UF track coach
I No. 6 In the finals he swam :52.8 with Florida. and assistant director of athletics, was the first Gator coachto
column, leaving 50 with blanks. Florida was among the 20, ever time, and took the spot. favorably
not the 50. for sixth and one point. Lvingston, a late starter in swimming but a fast finisher receive the honors. Beard was tapped by Blue Key some

The exploits of Southern Cal's Roy Sarri dazzled Livingston"He since, is majoring in physical education but plans to switch to seven or eight years ago. It's quite an honor for both veteran
mentors.
Southern Cal SurprisesRecords turned in a clocking in the individual medley that none of law school next fall. He never swam in competition until he

us could believe," Livingston said. Saari swam the event in was a junior in high school. That's really late for a swimmer Kentucky has signed two basketball players to scholar-

fell in the NCAA meet as fast as Bobby Baker's use about 1:56 as compared to the old mark of 2:01.6 set in 1963. when one considers how many of the small jy remember ships but neither is the expected first Negro star to get a

of the "Fifth" in his recent appearance before a Senate com- Russell Tongay grow up to be champs. UK grant.

mittee. But let the UF's swim ace tell about it. Indoor Pool Biggest Need "Swimming, as an sports do, has done much for me," Liv- The players are Jim LeMaster of Bourbon County High -

"It was a great meet. We all thought Indiana was going to ington said. "The competition, meeting pepole, traveling, a 6-2% forward who averaged 24 points and 12 rebounds a

win it. Bat Southern Cal picked up points in spots it wasn't Florida's chances of cutting a swath in national college exchanging ideas these things are hard to put into words. game during the regular season; and Lexington Lafayette's

supposed to, started to snowball, got a lot of pep and in the swimming in the future is tied to two things, Livingston feels. But I know that my life has been richer for participating in Thad Jaracz, 6-5 forward a 200pounder.Art .

I last few events they won it good." ."First and foremost," he said, "is the need for an indoor athletics." Guepe, former Vanderbilt head football coach who

Livingston had nothing but praise for the Yale University swimming pool There is no doubt about it. Florida loses mostof Livingston is through now with competitive' swimming. He now is commissioner of the Ohio Valley Conference, suggests

pool. "We swam on a ground floor pool in the actual races. its better swimmers because they don't want to work in an plans to coach at Jacksonville Yacht Club this summer and that spring football drills be replaced by lacrosse. Gnepe

\ But on the third floor they have another pool and we practicedin outdoor pool such as we have here. then concentrate on the law. He'll swim for pleasure and to feels too much time is spent with the gridiron sport and play-

that one. That way you always were ready." The pool "up- "know that I didn't like the practice in bad weather. I feel stay in shape. But his racing days are over. ers are getting fed up with the drudgery of spring, summer

stairs,"incidentally, is a 50-meter one. that I could have improved considerably with en' indoor pool. and fall conditioning.

Most of Florida's varsity swim records have been made in UF Coaches Said GreatThe Guepe's idea has much merit at htat Lacrosse is a rug-

Bad Break Ill 200 'FlyThe meets in indoor pools." ged sport, played with a stick and blocking is permitted. The

Queried about the new FSU pool which is outdoors, living- UF's only triple All-America has nothing but praise for stick has a net at one end and the object is to throw, scoopor

UF senior, a Jacksonville native said, "I really felt the ston said, "That's the biggest mistake they ever made up his coaches. "That's one thing we don't have to worry about," kick a small sponge rubber ball into the opponent's goal.

pressure the final day. On Friday I tried to qualify in the 200- there. But don't forget they still have the old indoor pool for he said. "We may not have the right pool and the scholarshipsbut A scrimmage looks like a riot call and a stray stick has been

yard butterfly. I knew my only chance was to start fast and practice." our coaching is as fine as anyone has. known to knock a player into dreamland despite helmets and

try to hold on for a finish in the tcp six. I started fast,and held Livingston noted that a good swimmer can't really work his Which brings up a humorous tale of how the Florida contin- other safeguards.er .


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t tin By HAROLD V. RATLIFF record. of Houston did the three-mile long shot put and the 440-yard

In TennisThe 44 4 AUSTIN, Tex. (AP-Fifteen It happened Friday but one of in 13:59.3 for the individual relay in 41.6 by Baylor. I

the marks of the marks.
top relays wasa
records fell and one was tied as The mile run, which Texas
62 feet 11% inches shot put The college division producedtwo
bottom three
players Missouri, speared by the mighty Relays officials thought might
by Randy Matson, Texas A&M records-Grambling's 880-(
through with victories Robin Lingle, who ran a 1:48.1
came half freshman, who wiped out all the yard relay and 9:57.8 in the distance -bring the meet's first under-
yesterday and Florida's tennis mile and a 4:02.4: mile,
records for this event except an medley by Emporia, Kan. four-minutes effort failed to pro-
dominated the Texas
team scored a 54 win over rival Relays
Florida State. of V with two records Saturday.The open shot put won by Bill Nie- State. duce. John Camien of Emporia,
I der of Kansas four years ago Two Records Kan. State won it in 4:09.3: and

Jerry Pfieffer Don Lossman Missouri two-mile relay I when he threw the 16-pound ball The junior collegefreshmanclass Kenneth Gould of Omaha was

and Vic Stone defeated their ,..,. team with Lingle doing his ,65 feet 7 inches. had two records-Matson's:,:second hi 4:12.5.:
1:48.1 on the anchor, set a record -
I
opponents after the Gators' top : ; of Kansas racked up a record in I I
7:22.7.The .
three players had dropped the four-mile relay when it did
s IMMEDIATE REQUIREMENT
matches. s Tiger distance medley I
( z 16:57.0 as John Donner ran the
rA relay team, with Ungle bring mile in 4:11.0 to 40-
a
Pfieffer trimmed Steve Guse, ing it in with his great mile open up MANAGER i
yard lead on the second leg.
Lossman downed Don Monk
i set a record of 9:45.2. I _
and Stone tripped Randy Cam- bw Oklahoma also won two relays Missouri was voted the out

eron. and Grambling took two in the standing team and Lingle the Pest Control Operation t

college division, hanging a outstanding athlete by sports
up
The Gators' No. 1 player Bill for Manager of
Established Jacksonville firm has requirement
record of
1:23.3 in the 830. writers covering the big track
b. certified by
Tym dropped a hard-fought, Pest Control Department. Applicants must
r The Grambling Tigers from and field carnival. the Florida Structural Post Control Commission as a pest con.
match FSU's Lex WoodIn
11-9 to Louisiana missed on their efforts There were five records in the trol operator for termites and household pests.

the top dueL 1 to set a world mark in the university class. Billy Hardin of Send resume and salary requirements to John W. Simmons,

Doubles teams of Dave Bon- x w. 440-yard relay. They did 40.6- Louisiana State ran the 440-yard McCall S mee, Inc., P. O. Box 2221 Jacksonville Florido.

ner-Steve Gardner and Stone- six-tenths of a second over the hurdles in 50.8 and Geoff Walk-
Fire It Here Flash .. ;i
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victories for Florida, "ft- :: '
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The results: Ann (Flash) Farrell demonstrates pitching form as she fires ball to batter,

Honey (Home Run) Hindrey. In background are majorettes (Jazzy) Jean !

Lex Wood. FSU.SINGLES beat Bill Tym Fla. Martin and (Saucy) Sophia Demoss. This quartet will lead the Junior Wom SEE IT COMPARE IT

4-4, 11-f. Don. Caton. FSU. def. Dave an's; Club into battle against Budweiser next Saturday night in a charity ...
Conner Fa M. 4-3. Paul Bennet. FSU. -r
del. Stew Gardner. Fla 75 4-x Jerry softball game at the City Park.
Pfieffer. Fla.. def. Steve Guse FSU
*-l, 4-2. Don Lossman Fla., def. Don
Monk. FSU. "3. ... "1. Vic Stone.
Fla., def. Randy Cameron FSU -3.
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Fa. 61. 61. Bonner-Gardner. Fla.. def
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Leads

By NIS NISSEN Kathryn Sloan and Joyce Prince Kendall, Buck Benton,

Assistant Sports EditorAs Glicksburg, concessions com- Sonny Kutsche, Billy Knight, I
At St. PeteST. mittee. Don Cook Al Folds and Bob-
far as professional procedure by Barnes.

PETERSBURG Fla. (AP) is concerned, it'll be a The Budweiser boys who
will be dressed like girls, are Admission will be 50 cents
-Mary Lena Faulk pulled four
flop.And Bill McGee, Bob Erwin, for adults and 25 cents for Self Adjusting
strokes ahead of the field Saturday
and put herself in a com- when it comes to reg- Roy Poole, Bill Campbell, children. Under school age in- Brakes _
ulation uniforms and equip- Mickey Noble Gene Ritch, fants will be admitted free.
manding position to win the ment the performance will be 1 I I a 6,0 00 Mile Oil
$10,000 St. Petersburg Women'sOpen disastrous.But .

Golf Tournament.She Bowling ResultsPenny Change
fired a one-under-par 70, there'll be fun for all
Mile Lubrication
the day's best score, and next Saturday night when the Police Benevolent Asia. Bantam 3tVt -"v = 36,000 -

jumped from third place with a Junior Woman's Club meets W. L. RESULT .
Pirttbers 0 Triangles
Buffaloes Penny' ;
total of 215.Secondround. the Budweiser team in a Holy Rollers 37Vi 10V4 3. Three Centers 11 Silver Dollars -
leader charity softball Alley Cats 33 15 3. Coins 1: Half Cents 3. Non Cents '- Oil Filter
Betsy game. Fireballs 28V 1W ,1-
Rawls who won in 1958, fell off Wildcats 24 22 : -
The first pitch will be Hotshot 22 26 Friday Night Mixed Doubt Air Cleaner
to a 76 for a three-round total Blue Devils 22 26 w. t.
thrown (or rolled) out at 8 Lucky Strikers 21 27 Mary Lee's Beauty Salon 77V 43Vt ,
4 of 219 and a tie with Kathy Cor Rebels 21 J7 Knott's Bar 104154 1 PLUS TAG AND
o'clock at the City Park. All Blackjacks 19 19 Team Four UVi 4TVt
nelius, who shot a 71. Aces 14 34 But Lyorfs Sunoco Gas 63 53 I FLORIDA SALES TAX
Miss Faulk, who holds the proceeds will go to the Ship RESULTS Life Schenck'S of Georgia Restaurant Insurance 51 47V4 45 UVt
Hope. Holy Rollers 3. Fireballs 0 Blue Devils
:
course record of 275, carded 3. Lucky Strikers 0: Alley Cats 2, Black-i Combs Dlst.Lumber Co. Co. 4SV 4M 70V TOVi
Pepin
three birdies and two bogeysaround Diamond Terrors X lacks Aces 1; 0.Wildcats. 3. Rebels 0; Hot Shots I RESULTSLife

the 5,237-yard Sunset Such diamond terrors as of Georgia Ins. 4, Miry Lee's
Chester Garage Beauty 0; Pepin Oist. Co. 4, Knott's
_I course, which is par-71. She won Home Run Hindrey and Flash W. L. Bar 0; Bill Lyons Sunoco Gas"3. Combs
the tournament in 1957. Farrell will the Wom fenders jv4 4M Lumber Co. 11 ScnendCs Restaurant
carry Radiators 41 u 4tVt 3, Team Four 1.Awards.
Clifford Ann Creed fourth an's Club banner into battle. Horns ,iv 46V
Distributors
S? 49
with 220. The veteran Patty And the major ette corps Plugs Wheels 455W 39 Fete

Berg, a former winner also will consist of none other than Frames 44V* 'm
blew up to 77 for 221 and a tie1dth Jazzy Jean and Saucy So Spares RESULTS 40 a

Sandra Haynie.Kansas phia. Horns 4, Spares 0; Frames 3. Radiator Due Friday :
U Wheels 3, Fenders I; Plugs 3,
Distributors 1.Royal. !
Off the athletic field they're semi-annual Father and
The

Hires known as Honey Hindrey, Fantastic Four Peettry Bantam 41 W. L.If Son Awards Night, sponsored by I -
Ann Farrell, Sophia Demoss Sharpshooters If 21 _= BIG DISCOUNT
Seneca Coach and Jean Martin. Wacky Four 32 21 the Gainesville Exchange Club, \ .
_ Thunderbirds Rolling Four 31 32 2t 2t will be held at 7:30 pm.Friday.I -
Other Players Strikes & Spares 29 31
Toppers 2ft 40 Awards will be made to ON
As Assistant 'I'
i
Other team members will Lucky Strikers 15 45
and winners in basketball
be Shirley Hester, Carol RESULTS champions -
Sharpshooters 4. Wacky Four Oj Strikes
LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP-Bob Crevasse, Peggy Gresham, I Spares 4, Toppers "; Thunderbird: 3. games room tourna-i 64 FORD DEMONSTRATORSSee
Mulcahy, 32-year-old Louisville, Nan Myrick, Betty Mullin, Rolling Four Four 2.I* Lucky Strikers 2. Fantastic ments, National Boys' Club of I ,

Ky., high school basketball Pat Arras, Suzanne Orr, General Electric W. L. America billiards pullups, and I

coach, was hired Saturday as Rita Hand, Gink Howard, Alley Rebels Cats 44 UVt 4 49"* spot shot contests, junior book 1

assistant University basketball of Kansas.coach at the Nancy ley.Leading Cox and Martine Oak- Yankees Hurricanes Iniun-ears 5 49 59Vk* 5 43 52V* Scouts awards,, and physical the fitness photography, Boy II a Shaw & Keeler Salesman TodayFOR

Wade Stinson, director of ath- cheers will be Barbara Half Pints RESULTS 4561 contest.

letics, announced his selectionas Jones, Mickey Murray, Yankees 4V Hurricanes e: Half Pints X THE SERVICE
assistant to Ted Owens, who Connie Fletcher, Dot Plant Injun-ears I Trip: Rebels Tvmbers 2. Alley Cats 2. Over 290 fathers and sons will I THE CAR THE DEAL _

was named head coach March and Elaine Sivia. W. t_ be mailed invitations and also:
Bank of tiewberry TlVi 40V*
The band will consist of Ace Electric 69 43 will see the naming of the 1964 Asset"
27.Mulcahy Walsh Carter Shoo 57 55 Gainesville Boys' Club of "Satisfied Customers-Our Most Important
has been head coachat Lois Webb, Charlie Mathewsand s.. E. Sapp Seat Estate H 56Chandlers "Boy
Seneca High in Louisville and Florence Van Arnam. S & S Cleaners 49 54V*> 62 54 the Year" award. Last year's

while there compiled a 125-14 And then the r es nurse Cotton Minamart 4%* 43VS winner Jerry Twigg, will be,
record. His 1964 team won the Mary Young and batboy Butlers Radiator RESULTS Srv. 4 79 on hand to congratulate the new MOTOR

Kentucky state title for the second (girl) Arlene Haley. S. E. Sapp Real Est. 4. Cotton W.Mma-L wiaaer. SHAW and KEETER

straight year this spring. ",ParticipatingOther diator mart 0 Serv.; S &0;S Chandlers Cleaners 4.3. Butlers Walsh Barber .Ra COMPANYOPEN
clubbers participatingare Shop li Bank of Newberry 3. Ac I

Judy McC r a y, game Electric 1.Rebel CM Stamp Frank Howard of the Los:

The New York Yankees took chairman; Ellen Gray Virginia Corns Silver Dollars 63 3640 33 Angeles Dodgers hit National j I TIL 9 p.m. MONDAY THRU FRIDAY

the American League lead on Shanklin, Ann Mullin and Non Cents 54 a League home runs in nine parks!
June 15, 1963, and held Jt until Jean Freeman, ticket com Triangles Half Cents ..441 504":1544 last season. He failed to get a| 238 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE PHONE FR 6-5371 ,

Jhe end of the season. ,- mittee; and Ginny Ziegler, Three Buffaloes Centers 40 a 51 56 four,bagger in Houston. j




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Annual PKY RelaysFlorida # Track MeetBuchholz Fla.


,Junior High School on

High of Tallahassee Campbell Bronson shot Melrose a aY handily won a four-way track
put; and Newberry failedto SN s
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1 won the- 13th annual P. K. Yonge and Warren Buck, Santa Fe, score. ; y meet at P. K. Yonge track last The WINNER'

1 Relays Friday afternoon at the high jump. The key to the summaries: week.

l t University of Florida track by, Records fell in the 880-yard Florida High (FlU); Green Buchholz piled up 70 points 65 Feet Long

i scoring 70 points. Green Cove: run and the mile relay in addition Cove Springs (GC); Lake Weir f to 43 for runnerup PKY, 42 18 Feet Wide

1 Springs was a distant second, to the 440. Goolsby's 440 (LW); P. K. Yonge (PKY); t > ro 1iti 1- r for third-place Westwood and I Coast Guard Inspected

with.33 and Lake Weir was third time broke the old mark of :51J Santa Fe (SF); Branford (BF); V a w 37 for fourth-place Howard Lounge room 6-

[if 1* with,28%' to 28 for fourth-place set by Register of Starke in 1962 North Marion (NM); Mac- Bishop. I Snack bar

P. K. Yonge. and clenny (M); Inverness (I) Wil- '% .. .
equaled by Wynn of Lake ; WO-yard dasb1.. Belhusein (HB); 2, Leaves Taylor's Dock
Weir last The 880 went to liston (W); Lake Butler (LB; Truiillo (PKY); X Joseph (KB); 4. I at 7:30
Individual honors went to Jay year. Gassett (W); 5. Maclean (HB). :11.3 I a.m.
Goolsby of Green Cove Springs.He Harriman of Florida High in Bronson (Br); Jasper (J); Mile run1 Dampier (B); 2, McGee Returns 5 to 6 p.m..
(Bi x Wilkinson (PKY); 4. Hawley
set a new meet record off 2:03.2 breaking the mark of Chiefland (Ch); and Keystone (B); 5, Gabbbi (W) 5:10.
Heights (KH). MO yard relay 1. Westwood 2.
:51.3 in the 440-yard dash, anchored 2:05.7 set by Mike Darby of, Buchholz; 3. P. K. Yonge. 1.43.t440yard
t' Starke in 1961. The mile dash 1, Norris (B); 2,
l ,the winning sprint med- relay 120-yard high hurdles 1. Schertfln Trujillo (PKY); X McGilvray (HB); 4, $5.00
time turned (FH), 2, Johnston (PKY); 3. Wilson per person
in by Lake Weir was Hodg (B); 5. Maren (PKY) 584.
ley relay team and finished (GC); 4, Klilian (FH); 5. Hmtan (PKY). 120-yard low hurdles 1, Davis (B); $1.00 for Rod & Reel
third in the broad 3:32.0 to crack the mark of :1504 X Schilling (W\i 3. LayflekJ (PKYh 4,
t jump. 3:36.4 set 100-yard dash 1, Johnson (FH); Rogers (B); 5 McNellls (PKY). :17J.
Starke in
by 1961. 2. William (GC); 3. Bucfcnalt (FH); MO-yard run ). Bohannon (8)); 2.
The Demons of Florida 4, Edwards (NM)) S. Cook (SF). MO.J
High Trailing the first four finishers Holmes (W); 3. A r 0 n eman (HB); 4.
Mile run 1. White (FH); 2. Rees FLORIDA HIGH HURDLER ON WAY TO WIN .
.
Preston .
(PKY); 50 Fabric (PKY) individuals
won six of the 15 events. Area were Santa Fe, 27; Inver- (W), 3. Moody (GC); 4. dayman (FH); 2:16.5 Trips open to
wins were recorded by Tommy 16 5, Mooneyham (KH). 4:53.1ISoy.rd Bob Scherdin, left, was victor in Friday event 200-yard dash 1. Joseph (HB); 1 Sat., Sun. and HolidaysFor
ness, ; Macclenny, 11H; Wil- relay 1. Lake Weir (To- Gassett (W); 3. Sown an (B); 4, Cun-
I Stalnaker of PKY in the low iston, 10; Lake Butler 9; North verness ller. Ockoscz, 3. (,tie Polk) Santa Klrkland Ft and); Florid 2, In ningham. (PKY; 4, Starett (PKY).
:223.Mile
hurdles, Jimmy Thomas, Lake Marion, 7; Chiefland, 6; Jasper, High 5. Green Cove ,Springs. 1:33 relay 1. Buchholz; 2. West-
I Butler, 220-yard dash; Bill ,3; Keystone Heights 1. BaldwinGHS 2,440-yard(tie) Williams dash (-LW)1 and Goolsby Rhoden((GC M));;) wood; 3. P K. Yonge. 3.57.7. Charter Mon., Tues.,
I GHS Tennis Teams Shot put 1. Mansolo (B); 2. Stud-
4 /
j 514 Bltturck(record)(.FH); 5. Schossler (Br). still (HB); S Landsman (PKY); 4. Wed., Thurs. & Frl.. '
ISO-yard low hurdles 1. Stalnaker Knight (W); 5, Belhuseln (HB). 44 feet
[PKY); 2, Roberts (M); 3. ScherdlnFH I inches.
Scores 3-0 ( ); 4. Johnston (PKY); 5. CrewsML Discus throw -1. MansoIo (B); 2, Bo-
( :21.0880yard hannon (B); 3. Landsman (PKY); 4.
I run 1. Harriman (FH), Chewning (W); 5, Boyd (W). 103 feet :3 Phone Cross
;2, Hagln (Bf); X Hlers (PKY); 4, Bismarck Inches. :" City
(GC); 3, Beauchamp (Ch). 2:03.2 High lump 1, Lackey (B); 2, Taylor
QualifyforState
(record). (PKY); 3. Hansen (CHB); 4, TruJillo
Sprint medley relay 1, Green Cove (PKY); 3. McGUvray (HB). 5 feet 3V' HY 83423A
Win Springs (Williams Henderson Hodge InchesBrold
Over TigersGainesville Goolsby 2, Florida High; 3. SantaFe lump 1, Gassett (W); 2. Bel)-
; 4. P. K. Yonge 5, Inverness. 2:04.I huseln (HB); X Cunningham (PKY); 4. .
220-yard dash 1, Thomas (LB); Wilson (B); Davidson (B). II feet 1 Inch
2, Keys (Ch), 3. Sandlln (NM), 4. Koru ORLANDO-Gainesvffle High Ocala, 6-0, 6-0; Green-Walley,
(PKY); 5, Anderson (GC). :23.5
High School ran sacrificed to second by Jim Cul-- Winter'Park, defeated F outs.
Mile relay 1. like Weir (Toiler School qualified both its boys Girls Win
Its baseball. record to 25 Friday pepper and then was out tryingto Ockoscz. Wynn Klrkland X Florida Hansen, GHS, 6-4,6-3. WUWU RADIO SPECIAL!
High; X Inverness; 4. Branford; 5. Mac and girls tennis teams for the
afternoon with a 3-0 win over steal third. elenny. 3:32.0 (record). Girls Matches
Shot put 1. Campbell (Br); 2, Ayer state meet in Gainesville April : 5th ANNUAL ATLANTA
Jacksonville Jackson. But Brian Hipp singled -tb (Fills) 3. Paulson (SF)| 4. Davis (NM), Group, Boys (Singles) .
16-18 the
as group tourney
50 Farrell (Ch) 45 feet 7 Inches
Wayne Rick hurled a fine two- right and tallied on a triple to Discus throw 1, Brown (FH); 3. wound up Friday at the Orlando No. 1, Curry, Edgewater, defeated 500 NASCARInvitati
Campbell (Dr.); X O. Allen (Bf); 4.
Gain Lindner Ocala 7-5 4-6
I hitter- the shutout. triumphover deep center field by Pete Rob Ayer (FH); 5. F. Allen (Bf). 144 feet Tennis Club. Second ,
erts. Broad lump 1, Klrktand/ (LW), 6-4; No. 2, Schunck, Edgewater,
the Tigers. GHS collected X Koru (PKY), X Goolsby (GC); 4. nal Championship
In the third inning the 'Canes Buck (SF); X Rhoden (M). 20 feet 4V* I The GHS girls won the group defeated Pat Fuller, GHS, 6-3,

nine safeties off two Jackson made it 2-0 on a single by leg- inches High lump 1. Buck (SF-); 2. draft championship with a total of 14 6-3; No. 2, Poling, Winter Park, 6-2; No. 3, Starke, Edgewater, Late Model Stock Car Race
pitchers: (LB); 3. Davis (J); 4, Flssell! (Bf), points to 12 for runnerup defeated Zimmer. Winter Park, TODAY APRIL
f gett, another by Culpepper, X Scherdln (FH). 5 feet t Inches defeated Grayson Brown, GHS, -12:45 p.m.
Rick fanned four and walked Pole vault 1. Hamblln (FH); X Orlando Edgewater. GHS' boys 6-4 7-5 No. 3 6-0, 6-3; No. 4, Marsha Laite,
the Winter
error by Jackson third baseman Buck (SF); 3. Johnston (PKY); 4, ; Walley, '
only one in recording his first and a sacrifice fly by Rob Baumsteln (PKY); X Paulson (SF). finished second, with 13 points, Park, defeated Tom Hansen, GHS, defeated Green, Winter Sponsored by -

victory He c got the run he need- erts. 11 feet to 18 for leading Winter Park. GHS, 6-3, 6-0; No. 4, Steven Park, 6-3, 6-3; Beverly Haile, 4 RC and Diet Rite Cola

Steve' GHS players won two of the Fouts GHS defeated Goldman GHS, defeated Paine, Winter AAA Mower Service .
ed in the first toning when The final GHS run came in o

Leggett led off with a walk, was' the sixth on a single by Ed Pav- Starke four boys singles finals they Ocala, 6-1, 6-1; No. 5, Charles Park, 6-3, 61.Doubles o Modern Homes Construction Co.
in while the 'Cane
I elka, his steal of second and a competed Deloney, GHS, defeated Beaver, ) I' 0 Horne, Lumber Supply
also two No.1 Curr -Schunck
girls won singles Winter Park, 6-2, 97. Edge-
single by Lee Summerlin. Cul- matches.It water, defeated Rheua Stakely-: WUWU RADIO Dial 1390
I Wave Raps pepper, Hipp and Summerlin DoublesNo.1
Fuller, GHS, 6-0, 6-0; No.2,
had two hits each for GHS. Gains was the best showing for Cooper-Poling, Winter Laite _Haile, GHS, defeated A Leon E. Mims owned and managed Station.
I
GHS in tennis since Sylvia Hard-
Park defeated
Jacksonville JacksonOilneivUle Griffith-Colfry. Kennedy-Coslick, Ocala, 6-1,6-1.
Green CovekIO3Wiu H. S. ..r" S. abrh away won the state singles
Wells 2b 300 Leggett 3b 110 crown five years ago and team-
Collins If 3 01 Culpepeer/ cf 203
Epperson p 300 Hlpp 2b 312 6-3 WinLAKE ed with Verna Bean to capturethe
Tyson e 301 Roberts ss 201 girls doubles crown.
Murphy 3b. rf 3 0 0 Guenther c 300,
". Schlebler pl. 0 Pavelka Ib 31 1 Results: ,
wall 3b 100 EcXdahl If 300 koy a 1 at
P. K. Ycnge ran its baseball Strickland ts 2. 0 Summerlin rf 302 CITY Starke broke Boys Matches
Wiggins cf 200 Rick p 300
record to 5-0' Saturday with a Strickland Ib 1 0 0 open a tight baseball game with (Singles)
23 3 9 R
10-3 Keystone Conference win TOTALS Jay Jackson H. S. 000 000 6-0Gainesville three runs in the fifth inning 9 9ro

over Green Cove Springs.: The High JTJ 001 2202 X-3 Friday afternoon and went on to No.1, Cooper, Winter Park,

1 game was played at P. K. a 6-3 win over Lake City. defeated Griffith Ocala 6-2

i Yonge's field. The Tornadoes from Bradford t

The Wave sewed things up MacDonald'sBest Co. ran their record to 5-1 for
with five in the 'Canes Look
early runs sect the season,with- the triumph. It
ond.inning and three .more in
their
-' was second victory over
the thIrd.: 590 InLeague
the Columbia High Tigers in
To
J' Mac Johnson started on the GeorgiaFor
I four days.A .
mound and Rob Hansen relieved -

when Johnson tired in the GE triple by Mike Waters got

late innings. the three-run fifth going and ContestGainesville

.George Solley and Ronnie Bob MacDonald of Yankeesled Starke added another tally in -t i

Rodgers each had two hits for the General Electric the sixth to offset a lastinningrun High School has

PKY. Wilson had htree for hte League at Palm Lanes with a by the losers. Georgia on its. football mind

losing Blue Devils. 590 series. He posted games of these days.Plagued .
Green Cove committed six 2M-204-177. Don Falcon tripled with a

errors while PKY had only one mate on base in the third inningto by schedule difficulties
Ed Fox of Yankees had a
GHS coach Jim Niblack
Starke to a 2-0 lead. ,
bobble. All of the Green Cove get away
578 Chuck Weight Half Pints
,
said the 'Canes have to
runs came in the sixth inning. Lake City tied with single runs may
571 Rollie Brunelle
; Rebels, play teams from out-of-state to
Cr.*.. Cave .r r kP. K. YeMe .r r h in the third and fourth off Starke
BartMe If 413 Dennlson 3b 401 Cats, 521; Pete Costantino. get a decent card. L
Wilson 's 413 Weigman If 3 01 hurler Mark Hamilton.
HudginS 3b 41 1 Lott 1 1 1 Rebels, 512; Bill M 0 n a h an,
Falcon who injured a finger
Puhl .jxJones 31 1 Marcus e 200 Alley Cats; and Bill Cole, Al- Orlando Edgewater has
Ib 300 Enneklng c 100 late in the had two hits
game, GHS from its 1964
dropped
Kelsey c-., 201 T. Hansen Ib 211 ley Cats, 509s. Weight had a
James H 300 Steams y 431Claghorn 225 high for the winners as did Gary: schedule to play foes closer to
222 game.
Ib" 200 Solley u
Geiger If 100 Wagiow 2b 020 I Yankees totaled 3113 on 1020- Cole. Williams of Lake City had home. This leaves GHS with
Coon If 101 R. Hansen 2b-p 2 01 three of his team's six hits. and
Rodgers rf 312 1099-994 with the middle game i only eight games only sev-
Robbins rf 000 Hamilton fanned six as did en against Class AA opposition,
Johnson p-2b 400 best single effort Isenhour I '
TOTALSGreen V 3 I TOTALS 2110 10 losing hurler Hines. Starke will not enough to qualify for the
made
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had a 195 high game. Stark Falcon. lit 412 r II Williams Lake City 2b abrk 403. would like to fill both dates fora dti.. About 12.ooto_ 14.00 HrWOLVBIUMBoffers (

Bank of Newberry had a 1380 Cole If 412 Hewitt If ISO 10-game schedule. .

Leesburg won series and a 511 high game. McLeod Reddish 3b If 410 401 Moor Moody M If 210 300 The veteran GHS mentor said' you

the district golf tourney yesterday Helen Wells, Butler's Radiator Elder e 3. Crawford Ib-lf 400 he is looking for a school in I'
Hamilton p :300 Harrison 3b 300Frick
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l teams qualified for the state Joyce Maxwell, Chandlers, 5-7; Water Bennett rf 2b 311 020 Hunt Crtswell If c 4 210 01 I,GHS' Class AA ranking to relp!

meet later in the month. bet Shop, 5-10; and Patsy Mar- TOTALS 2> 3 Hmes p 300 fill out the '64 slate.
Gainesville finished sixth with Bryan rf 211 (DD(
tin, S. E. Sapp, Real Estate, Bennett rf 000 THE BARE FOOT TRUTH
t 333 strokes to winning Leesburg's TOTALS 2001 I
54-10, 4-5 and 510. Starke 002 on ,-,
318. Sanford had 321. Lak CityCharlie 001 100 1-3 r
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Other teams competing were Esquire Socks
the Rebel Stamp & Coin! loop hit homers in nine National -

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Colonial, 332; Ocala, 339; Winter high coach. Stadium Los Angeles. For 1
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the state meet later in the Other highlights of this second great and World War n hero'

month. II annual banquet honoring who died from war wounds.i I

The Braves took team honors'' Gator teams which compete in i! Coach Ray Graves will introduce J.

In play over the Naval Air eight intercollegiate sports in- : Florida's new football
cap.1
Station course. Lee was second clude presentation of the Walter I tai !, elected this past

ahead of Starke J. Mat h 'I by members.The I
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which finished third. Only top Trophy, the Most Valuable Bas- NOAH LANGDALE banquet, which starts at I STORE VCTH MORC

two teams qualify for the state ketball Player Award, the Fer- Comes Here 6:30 p.m. in the Student Service '' Monday Thru Saturday

T1 event gie K. Ferguson Award and. ,1' Center, honors varsity B-L CHARGE CENTRAL CHARGE
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. Dancer Wins Florida DerbyBy Vw yt t Nicklaus Fires --..



Hot 67 Lead
GENE PLOWDEN The Scoundrel finished a Shoemaker moved him up to I Dandy K. came from fifth in ,
and K. the stretch and Roman Brother a;to i t 5 r S .Vii.
MIAMI Fla. (AP-Northern strong second Dandy third, behind Greek Episode and
Dancer little Cana third in the 13th edition of I raced evenly in fourth as Greek
was
a compact The Scoundrel, in that order as
dian colt sped to a one-length this feature. They were followedby they flashed past the stands. I Episode dropped to fifth at the At GreensboroBy
triumph in the $116,500 Florida Roman Brother, Greek Epi- finish.

Derby Saturday and stamped sode, Ky. Pioneer, Ishkoodah Greek Episode continued to' Northern Dancer, foaled atE

himself as one of the best 3- and Saltville. set the slow pace and Shoemaker -' P. Taylor's Windfields Farm KEN ALYTAGREENSBORO 12, his only bogey. Starting on

year-olds in the land. Northern Dancer ran the 1%- cooly let him open up a three-: near Toronto, was making his N.C. (AP- 13, he knocked in birdie putts of
Northern Dancer, 1 to 5 favorite mile in a slow 1:50 4-5 and paid
and
13th start scoring his 10th Xttr
length lead around the far turn. Jack Nicklaus put together seven, eight and 15 feet. He
with the crowd of 30,212, $2.60, $2.40 and 220.: The Scoun- '
took the lead turning into the drel paid $4.00 and $2.20, while Northern Dancer started to win.He has never been out of the t I 1, three consecutive birdies halfway !missed a seven-footer on the

stretch and Jockey Willie Shoe- Dandy K. was $2.20 to show. move then and took over the money. The speedy son of Near- 3I4u through the back nine Sat- final green that would have tied
lead as they rounded the turn urday to shoot a four under i
maker looked back few Dancer breaking par
a yards Northern tic, out of Natalma by Native LtouTh4t Sanders for the low round.
from the finish to make sure he from the inside post position, into the stretch. Dancer, earned $76,500 for his & 67 and vault past slumping Sam

had his third Florida Derby. was fourth at the start, but Meanwhile, The Scoundrel, Florida Derby victory and now Snead into a three-shot lead after Battled Back
54 holes of the Greater
under Henry Moreno, had has earned $216,365 in his brief : FR $35,000 -. Snead battled back from bogeys -
(I moved into second and Greensboro Open Golf Tournament
was career.
with 206 total. on the fourth and fifth
Trojan Horse Due driving but could not over take Fractional times for the race a holes with an eagle on the long

the winner. were :23 2-5, :47 3-5, 1:12 1-5 C\.d caA n3t\ Snead, the leader by three sixth. But on No. 7, a 171-yard
and 1:00 3-8 for the mile. shots through each of the first
par 3 hole, he lost his lead.
The Florida Derby record Is two rounds of the 72-hole tournament -

At Dodgers' Game Plan Rule 1:46 and 4-5, set by Duke in : was stunned by a triple His tee shot caught the edgeof
1957. This also is the Gulfstream : bogey 6 on the seventh hole and a trap and rolled back into

Park track record for 1H mile. wound up with 74 to drop to a the bunker. There was no way
By BOB MYERS 1 league Dodgers playing the na- Switch When four-way tie for second at 209. to hit under the ball cleanly and

Associated Press Sports Writer tional collegiate champion Trojans Princeton Cadet Defending champion Doug Sam whacked it three times be.

LOS ANGELES (AP) -A big I of Southern California.That's Yogi CatchesMIAMI Champs Sanders charged back from a fore reaching the green:;Then he

: the slow start to fire 66, winning needed two putts rt"
white horse charging around program Thursday Ends Pictured above are the Cadet League championsfor
Miami
(APJoe Cronin, $400 for the day's low round that
an organized rooting section night at Dodger Stadium. j president of the American the first and second halves. In front row (L-R) tied him with Snead, Canadian A bogey followed on NO and

a sing-along a Baseball may never see suchan are second half kings from :Moose Lodge Doug Al Johnston and Australian Bill the 61-year-old seven-tlffid win
hootenanny and the major evening again. League, said Saturday if Yogi Net StringMIAMI Cooper, Riley Dean, Steve Abrams and Joey Rob- Dune I ner here, turned in 40;-:;:.'
I Berra, former catcher now bossing bins. In back row is First Federal team Keith
Maybe as many as 25,000 will' the New York Yankees, returns Austin, Rickey Coffin, Jimmy Flowers, Danny Al Geiberger's 70 put him Coming back, he birgied.! 12
turn out, maybe even more. (AP) The longest alone in sixth place at 210, one and 14, but went overparon 16
Crowe and Mitchell.
RodriguezGains Admittedly, such a crowd to active duty as a playerthe winning streak in college ten- Jimmy stroke ahead of U.S. Open and 17, three-putting both. A

would be quite a salute to suchan rule that a manager can vis- nis 137 consecutive victoriesover champion Julius Boros, who was birdie on 18 wound up a sad day

exhibition.But it his pitcher only once in a seven years-is at an end. United the co-leader with Larry Mowry He lamented that in Sf"holes he

Easy it can be recalled that game would be waived. The Princeton Tigers Friday LeagueExpects through the first nine holes of knocked in only one putt longer
I 25,000 fans flocked into Taj took the wind out of the Miami the day's play. than six feetSanders
O'Malley several weeks ago to "This waiver will apply only Hurricanes when they defeated Faltered
Bout WinMIAMI watch the Dodgers do nothing' when Berra is playing," Cronin them 54. Boros faltered to an incoming put together.a:par of

,more than catch a few flies, said, "because a catcher The Princeton squad had Mi- EightCHARLESTON 38 for a 73 round over the par 33s; Dunk had a 3s- sdard and

BEACH, Fla. (AP) -I practice running the bases and must have the chance to talk to ami down 4-1 and the Hurri- 71 Sedgefield Country Club Johnston shot the courselif: '36-33

Luis Rodriguez mixed his light.I take a few turns in the batting a pitcher more than once a canes made a valiant effort to' W. Va. (AP) it had last season. course, a 7,000-yarder. Mowry, to tie Snead for second place.
ning-like speed with years of cage. : come from behind and tied it The United Football League League directors officially out in 33, soared to 40 in the in- Arnold Palmer, hitting every
Dodger Manager Walter Al- game. I green, shot 70 on 15 pars, an
4-4 going into the final doubles apparently will operate next fall coming nine for 73 that droppedhim
ringmanship to score a unanimous certified seven clubs Saturdayfor
ston hasn't announced his start-' "The opposition manager also match. I with eight teams, two more than 1964 and to 213.Nicklaus. eagle, a birdie and a double* bo
membership expectto
decision over Jesse Smithof 'ing line-up, but Bob Miller will be allowed more than one Until then, the game was a add the eighth when playing here only gey. h. I
they
Philadelphia in a listless 10-probably will get the pitchingnod. visit to the mound when Berrais because week
cliff-hanger with all the anglesof Wake Forest continue their session Sunday. snow a ago pre- Sixty-two pros who shot 222 or
round fight Friday night. catching," he added. a movie scenario. Toronto's application fora vented him from practicing at better and 10 amateurs qualified
And two ex-Trojans, first But the Tigers, fired from Invited To home in Columbus, Ohio, for his
For Rodriguez it was his 66th ,baseman Ron Fairly and rookie Cronin said the one-visit rule up franchise in the professional for the final 18 holes Sunday.
the start 6-4 6-2 defense of the Masters title next
pulled a upsetto league was turned down after ..
would hold
when Berra is
ring victory in 59 appearances.The third baseman Johnny Werhas, a Event weekend had .,
'doubtless will take the field. bench manager. break the Hurricane victory Cage the Canadian city failed to senda five birdies and
former Cuban fighting out The white horse string which dated back to 1958. representative to the meeting. one bogey. Paul Waters
of Miami outboxed the Philadelphian ? That's Traveler Berra retired as a player last Princeton was paced by Herb JACKSONVILLE Wake UFL officials said $3,750 in "I'm still not hitting the ball

all the way. circles, the the Trojan track warhorse at Memorial who winter when he was named Fitzgibbon, 20th in U.S. tennis Forest became the fourth teamin "earnest money" posted by Toronto real solid, but it's been a little High on 598

Nobody was hurt seriously in Coliseum before USC football manager. He has said he has rankings, who defeated top Hurricane the 1964 Gator Bowl basket- would be returned after better every day," he said. "My

the dancing duel, although Rodriguez games. no intention of becoming a play.! netter Rodney Mandel- ball tournament. deduction of expenses of inves- front nine iron play wasn't good, Paul Waters rolled a 593 ser-

suffered a slight cut over Traveler will be prohibitedfrom er again except in an emergency. -! stam, 6-1, 11-9. Selection of the Demon Dea- tigating the city's bid. but I got the ball closer to the ies on 208207.183 to lead the

an It was quickly patchedup. circling the bases. Pre- The regular Yankee catch John' The Tigers picked up three cons was announced Friday by hole on the back nine. I feel I Condor Precision loop at Palm
eye. ers are Elston Howard and UFL Commissioner George
sumably he will operate in the more singles to Miami's one. W. Ashley Verlander, Gator will be hitting the ball better by Lanes yesterday. Ray Sisler
Blanchard.
I outfield. He couldn't tear up the The come from behind effort Bowl president. Other teams Gareff said only payment of a the time the Masters opens." I had a 569 with a 221 high

Smith, one-tim. partner turf much more than big Frank was based on another singles previously chosen included Florida -$1,000 fee and posting of a Nicklaus had eight pars and a. game.

for Sonny Liston when the Howard does roaring in to makea In Bullpen victory and a pair of wins in the Georgia and Texas, the $10,000 bond remain to be done birdie from three feet on the 1
former heavyweight boxing catch. doubles. 1 latter Southwest Conference before the franchise which operated short third for a front nine 35. Barbara Stuart led the girls

champion was looking for a If all that isn't unique, how CLEARWATER, Fla. (AP) -' But the final match proved champions last year. in Cleveland last year is He had to make three par puttsof with a 439 series and a 180
certified for 1964.
speedy opponent. now has won about this? The gate receipts Bob Oldis, a 36-year-old catcher their downfall. Pairings for the tourney will four to five feet after his ini- high game.

36 fights in 45 appearances. He will be split down the middle. from Iowa City, Iowa, was Hurricane coach Dale Lewis be announced at a later date. Cleveland was not representedbut tial efforts were short. Alley Cats had a 2269 series

came out of this one unscathed This is positively a first in the signed Saturday by the Philadel--said if he had to lose, he was The two-day event is set Dec. sent word it would fulfill He knocked in a 12-footer to and a 799 best game. Splits

after taking countless left jabsto life and policy of Walter O'Mal phia Phillies as bullpen coach glad it was to Princeton coach 28-29, in the Jacksonville Coli- its obligations when the direc- birdie No. 10 and took three to were made by Jane Parker,

the face and body. ley.. for the 1964 season John Conroy. seum. tors meet again Sunday. get down from the edge on No. 5-6; and Bob St Peter, 589.

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bulldozers are churn The ground is being clearedat week to play each round, with Williams of Ocala and for-
,ing.and the; sand flying off present, and five lakes already the action winding up on May mer winners include present !8r -
.39tlr Avenue these days. dot the area, ready to 2 y A 9. touring pros Doug Sanders, Iw
What was just raw acreage swallow the errant shot. !' ,x d. sy ;p. Dr. W. C. Thomas Jr., defeated Frank Beard and Dave Re- 4
I a short while ago is being Shaping of greens and tees r t ,, ,a& ;8 Gary Green in the
folded:into more than 3,000 and construction on the club- '; r championship finals last year. gan.The last three won while
'yards of scenic golf course.. house are on the agenda for The tourney is restricted to attending the University of
And the progress has been this week. The clubhouse will club members. Florija.
swift and fruitful on Ironwood be 300 feet off 39th Avenue. \r

Golf Club, according to part- Barnard also pointed out ENTRIES ARE, currently SHOT OF THE WEEK- !- ,
owner Fred Barnard. that the tees will be at least next Saturday with 16 players being taken for the popular Fourteen-year-old Steve Den- ,.
'Barnard and professional 150 feet long each, giving battling in the championship Henry N. Camp Invitationalat Bleyker of Ocala fired a hole- F
golfer Bill Markham are part room to move the markers flight. Ocala Country Club. The in-one on the eighth hole at M acs
ners. in controlling Bar-Mart freely. 13th annual affair is scheduledfor Ocala CC. He used a fiveironon
corporation. The nine will measure The tourney will consist of April 2326. the 170-yard hole. Playing
*We hope to be ready by around 3,300 yards. 72 holes of medal play in the The first 192 players will partner was A. E. Vickers.
Sept.J," Barnam said Friday championship flight and
make up the field for the 72- *
.as3i: explained the intricacies THE GAINESVILLE Golf match .play in the remaining hole medal play tourney. En- CHIP SHOTS A record
of-building a golf course to an and Country Club men's tour- brackets. tries close April 16 at 5 p.m. 2,500 golfers are expected to ;
_attentive golf writer's ear. nament moves the first round Participants will have a Defending champion is Bo shoot for 150 spots in this
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THE FOURTH annual Florida (Sun photo by Cddli D vU)
4'I Bill to Regulate Boxing Press, Radio and TV tour- -

; I nament is scheduled May 3 at ;' ; N.B.A. SEMIFINALS
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By G. MILTON KELLY about asking the Justice Department -discussed a suggestion that the Port St. Lucie.
f Associated Press Writer to palice boxing. office of boxing commissionerbe

WASHINGTON (AP) Talks Reluctant created as an independent Bout Slated Playoffs Resume TodayBy
now under way between the The Commerce Departmentand agency. But that they fear this I

Justice Department and investi- Federal Trade Commissionhave would add to the difficulties of HOUSTON (AP) Cleveland
gating senators may have an been suggested as possible getting the bill through Congress Williams of Houston, high-rank- THE ASSOCIATED PRESS the first game in which they confidence in their one-sided
important bearing on the fate of choices, but have indicated their because it would invite ing heavyweight, meets un- The National Basketball Ass blew two 20-point leads in los- series with the Royals after
a bill for federal regulation of reluctance to tackle a job so for- criticism it would create a new ranked Tommy Fields of Los ciation's semifinal playoffs will ing to St. Louis 116111. their fastest playoff start in six
professional boxing. I eign to their normal lines of bureaucracy.Hart Angeles in a scheduled 10-round() be resumed Sunday at St. Louis Crushed Hawks years.
I, While the principle of federal work. and Justice Department 'match Tuesday night. and Cnicinnati with the San Chagrined at the exhibition, Frank Ramsey, the Celtics'
regulation has wide support, the Sen. Kenneth B. Keating, R spokesmen said more talks be-1 Williams had scored 49 knockouts Francisco Warriors back in the the San Francisco team went co-captain, said a four-game
.j measure is a sort of orphannow. N.Y., confirmed a report that tween them are planned within in winning 59 fights. He has picture and the Boston Celtics out and crushed the Hawks hi sweep is impossible, but he
:- .. CARL WILLEY The trouble is that, the subcommittee members have the next two weeks.to lost five and drawn once. attempting to make it a rout. the second game at the San added the odds were 1,000 to 1
.*.. has broken jawCarl Justice Department various After viewing films of their Francisco Cow Palace. against Boston losing the series.
...... other agencies are all reluctantto I opening game loss-a so-called Wilt Chamberlain scored 28 No team has ever come back
accept the proposed policing' Fred Lorenzen Takes horror film the Warriors points and Guy Rodgers 21 for from a (0-2) deficit to win a sev

Willey chore. I. bounced back Friday night witha the Warriors. en-game playoff.
The pending bill, introduced 120-85 victory over the St. "Rodgers was terrific comingup Feature of Boston's successso
last year by the late Sen. Estes Louis Hawks which tied the with loose balls and trigger far has been the work of
Breaks Jaw Kefauver, would create the post First in SixLapperATLANTA test-of-7 game series at 11. ing the fast break," Hannum K.C. Jones, who has held Oscar
of national boxing commissioner The defending champion Bos- said. The coach also praised his Robertson, Cincinnati's most
as an arm of the Justice Department ton Celtics are 2-0 over the Cin- team's defense. valuable player, to 15 field goalsin
Iiishap! and would give the (AP-Fred Loren- lead this race. Plymouth, followed Hurtubiseat cinnati Royals and need only The Celtics are bubbling with the first two games.

commissioner broad authority.The zen tuned his 1964 fastback Ford Tiny Lund of Cross, S.C., who 143.312 m.p.h. Bobby Johnsof two more victories to go into the
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.APjKcarl measure lay dormant,I for Sunday's fifth annual Atlanta made the switch from Ford to Miami became the first Pon- finals.
( Willey, headed for and seemingly dead, for monthsin 500 stock car race by win- tiac driver to qualify, hitting Coach Alex Hannum sat his
the New York Mets' opening- the Senate antitrust and monopoly ning the six-lap Race of Cham- 141.065 for No. 23. Warriors in a club house studio
da pitching subcommittee until the pions Saturday. LBJ ReadyFor and made them watch in agonyIt's waiK-IN
assignment, was Fords and Mercurys hold 1:
controversial Feb. 25 bout in
hOfPlllized.today\ with a ,broken Lorenzen of Elmhurst, HI., of the top 20 spots, led by Loren.
jaw and a broken string of which Cassius Clay dethroned sits in the pole position with a Opener zen and A. J. Foyt of Houston, CroquetAt
LIston the world
', Sonny as heavy record qualifying speed of 146.- TeL, in 1964 Fords. The list in-
scoreless l innings. weight champion. 470 miles per hour. He is aimingfor WASHINGTON (APPresi-cludes seven Fords, six Mer Club :
Bill ReviewedThe his third straight Atlanta 500 dent Johnson will four FREEZERAq.
Willey suffered a complex keep traditionand curys, Plymouths and three
subcommittee headed by victory and a purse of 15500. attend the opening of Dodges. A croquet tournament will be .
onWomefracture\ of his lower Sen. Philip A. Hart, D Mich., game
right jaw Friday on a line drive promptly revived the bill, and Forty-two of the most powerful the American League baseball Plymouth hopes hinge on held at the Boys'week Club tomorrowto slate of
hit by. Detroit rookie GatesBrown'in conducted: a round of hearings. stock cars ever to race are season April 13 and toss out the Richard Petty of Randleman, kick off events a to celebrate long Na-
secret entered. The qualifying rounds first balLThrough N.C., winner of the Daytona 500 special
: The[ testimony exposed
the seventh inning. tional Club Week. The
Boys'
broke all records as all cars in and Paul Goldsmith of Mexico
money deals linking the campsof the this has tournament will be divided into
:"Drv Fred C. Nichols, an oral Clay and Liston. the: top 20 surpassed last year'stop years City, Mex. Goldsmith is No. 3 x
of 141.435m.p.h. been a standard presidential two age groups: 10 and under
surgeon, wired the main frac- Deputy Atty. Gen. Nicholas qualifying speed and Petty is No. 8.
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procedure, with misses occa- and 11 and over.Equipment
ture at nearby Pasadena Hospital -Katzenbach confirmed in an in- sionally.The Officials at Atlanta International will be furnishedby Xf 'A. .YS ;,S 3 r
and said if the wiring holds terview that he has told Hart After out-running the previous : Raceway hope the pre- the Boys' Club. Boys may
well, Willey's recovery should that! only as a last resort would winners, Lorenzen said he made Washington Senators will dicted scattered showers will register at the Boys' Club dur- *
not take too long. the Justice Department accept one lap at better than 146.5 play the Los Angeles Angels in not interfere with the $72,000 ing regular Boys' Club hours.

The injury puts the 32-year-old jurisdiction over any regulatory m.p.h. "She handled just like a the District of Columbia Stadi. race. More than 55,000 fans are Starting time of the tournamentis t w
right-hander on the sidelines for agency. kiddy car,"he said. um April 13. expected. 4 p.m. n fi" 9
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regulatory field. decided Saturday with Jim
Willey has been the team's Atty. Gen. Robert F. Kennedy Hurtubise of North Tonawanda, 1S* dJ
best pitcher this spring. Going disclosed he said much the N.Y., setting a 143.502 m.p.h. tS.u .
into the game, he was unscored' same thing to Kefauver withina pace in a 1964 Plymouth. A consolation ,
upon in 22 innings. He blanket week before the senator's race decided the last 14 x. 4
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Lumpe singled, took third! on at 140.089 m.p.h. S i
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w By(e)ARTHUR New York DALEY Times He has definite ideas of the personnel he will prefer and has unfamiliar game, will be carried away by the delusion that,they

NEW YORK Hank Iba is anxiously awaiting the delib- no whenever hesitancy about transmitting them to the selection committee have only to go through the motions in order to win Olympic
his advice is
erations of the selection committee which soon will decide the sought. gold medals. .

personnel of the American basketball squad for the Olympic "I'd like three tough rugged centers," he said "including "We never can win without an all-out team effort' hi said.

games at Tokyo In October. Hank will be the head coach of a one who can also play forward. My four forwards should all be "I've too much knowledge of the way foreign countries have

team which will go into the great international show as a prohibitive finesse excellent I'd shots two big enough to get rebounds and two with studied our techniques, analyzed movies of our styles and perked

F L 4 s A favorite even though: the players have yet to be chosen I like one big guard who can move and three nifty up their style of play since Rome. McLendon tells me that the

I The dribble artists completed three days of tryouts at the St. playmakers who best supplements for the backcourt the others.men." My 12th man would be one Soviet Union has split up the country into four areas. One area

f y S I John's University gymnasium last night and the committee is experiments with one-man control of the basket, another with

I still busy sorting out the pieces of the jigsaw puzzle they haveto Ruggedness Essential man-for-man defense, another with the press defense and another

complete. However, it will be another brilliant array of superstars with total offense, all scrupulously broken down and usjdi-

when the job Is done. The prospect of handling them delights Ruggedness is essential under international rules. which permit nated. He also tells me that the Russians play as though defeat

the veteran strategist from Oklahoma State but the pros- few three-point shots and, in Iba's words, "give the green means a trip to Siberia. -

\YtCktssic pect of having America's only sure winners of the Olympics light'to:the:man.with the ball. The offense has the advantage." "We have a tough assignment

fills[ him with an uneasiness that approaches dread.'I'm Walt Hazzard of U.CX.A., an almost certain choice to make Maybe so, but he will have the superstars who can win ia spit

afraid that the American people think this will be easy,*' the team, made one wry but pointed observation as to what this of&

he said, shuddering involuntarily. "It won't. International bas- interpretation means.

ketball is improving at such a phenomenal rate that other "Under international rules," be said, "a man can foul for

Loop Champs I countries are either catching up with us or this scares me profit" NEW 1964 CMC :. -

have already caught up. I never underestimated an opponentin "I like those rules," said Iba. Then he added grimly "When
Left to right are Ed Suereth, Tommy Jackson my life and I never wilL" I tag a man, I want to tag him good." PICKUP TRUCKS E,

and Jack Harris of Gold Coast Restaurant which Disquieting reports have come to him from coaches who have Hank is extremely worried that his players AS
playing
a slightly
won Rebel Classic loop championship. (Sun photo). seen more international basketball than Iba has, including suchas LOW -="

John McLendon, Jack Gardner, Les Lane and Pete Newell, $17 5 Down

who coached the victorious American team in the Rome Olympics. Jay Sigel Wins AS

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City fumbling for a light switch. I didn't know what to look for or
where. But we have a better knowledge of the foreign teams NO GIMMICKKS Can be bcught at these termjj !

Pin Meet now. I was amazed at the improvement of the countries I saw in CORAL, Fla. AP-) 'shot a double-bogey seven for a 2 dozen in stock to choose from. ..

the world championships last year where the order of finish was Jay Sigel of Wake Forest over- 73 and a total of 291. Desjardinssank TROPICAL PONTIAC

Brazil, Yugoslavia, Russia and the United States. And we didn't came a three-stroke deficit in a four-foot putt to force the

Ends Today have a bad team. Brazil was faster than any team I ever saw the final round and defeated sudden death. His final round GMC Truck Center

and all were great ball handlers." Paul Desjardins on the: second was four-over-par 76.
220 N.W. 8th Aye. FR 23582SOFTBALL
"But no one can shoot with the American boys," said Iba, I.hole of a sudden death playoff II
r. to win the Florida Intercollegiate Both shot par-five on the first
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the one advantage we have. A dozen or so years ago any golf tournament Saturday. -.- -
major college team in this country would be a winner if it had I The University of Houston ran -

annual men's city tourney winds up today at Palm two players who could make 40 per cent of their shots. Todaywe away with the team title for the EQUIPMENT1ALL

Lanes with doubles and singles to be rolled. Teams rolled last have four to six men on a team who do better than 40 per fourth straight year with a total
night cent" of 1,175., EQUIPMENT AMERICAN MADE =::;:

There was a big outpouring of bowlers Friday night, sharpenIng "In the last Olympics," said Newell, laughing at the mention, : -
Sigel,a 21-year-old junior, was \
their games for the meet. I "Jerry Lucas took only 13 shots against Japan. He made 13 still three holes behind Desjar SPECIAL PRICES--
The tourney is the biggest in as the league champion. Members baskets."

the Gainesville Bowling Associ- of the team are Dave Cole- No matter who is chosen, Iba will be loaded down with shot- dins, leader 'since opening day, MITTS by MacGregor and Nokona .=
rounded for
when the turn
46 man, Chris Wiley, Pat Stroken they
ation history. There were makers of fantastic ability. This probably will seem strange to
\. teams competing, 91 doubles, and Doug, Bell. High series for him because he hitherto has been a coach who stressed artful the last nine. But the defending SHOES by MacGregor and Riddell ,

combines, 182 in singles and' the men was George Catledgewith maneuvering and few wasted shots."I Atlantic Coast Conference

136 in allevents.Two 689 including handicap and still intend to insist on defense," said Hank. "I don't know champion pulled two strokes SOCKS, CAPS, SHIRTS, BALLS AND BATS I.

father son combina- Elma Newman was high for the yet what shape it will take but our team will have it. Operating ahead with the final hole to. go PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT FOR CATCHERS & UMPIRES r

tions were to take part. Theyare women with a 671 with handicap. under international rules and with no center line, we might even while DesjardinS' game blew up.

Billy and Emory Gibson High game (men) is held by pick them up three-quarters of the way down the court and hope However, the pressure got to COMPLETE LINE OF ACCESSORIES I

and Bob and Pat Doolye. Newt Newman with 277, handicap that it bothers them." Sigel on the final hole and he I

Fred Veldink, 18, is the young., and Elma Newman's 246 -- I WE ARE TEAM OUTFITTERS I
est entry this year and Whitey handicap, was high for the girls. :

is the oldest. Liz Elleman had high averageof
Seifert, 75,
Last year's champion in team 163 and Tom Jackson with Englewood Wins Meet

event will not, Wimpy's defend. But Hamburgers the doubles, 181.The Rebel Lanes Classic also .. JIMMIE HUGHES SPORTING GOODS !

Abrams Joel ended its season with Gold Coast
Chuck and
duo of Starke StarsJACKSONVILLE
McCoy will try for a repeat today Restaurant the winner. Mem- Sports
as will Warren Carson, bers were Tom Jackson, Ed Nortficentral Florida's Sporting Goods Headquarters
_ Suereth and Jack Harris. 1113 Unireirsiry Ave. FRanklin 2-8212
singles victor. Englewood -in :20.0 flat. He has done :19.7in POLE VAULT-Boyd Welsch Gaines Offstreet Park In Rear Of Store
Jim Duke, president of the Top Scores won the annual Lee In- the latter event Morrell.; Bob Ribault Mackert; Don Paxon-Oennis Emerson Englewood Wolf.

men's association!. had special ... vitational track meet Friday Tom Gardner of Starke I Forrest. 12 ".' _

thanks for Lee Green, Sylvia High Scores: The Andy Vari night but individual stars from won the shot put with an

Duke and Carolyn Crist for papa of Gainesville, White Sei Starke stole the show. effort of 53 feet 3H inches and -'" ......

lining up scorekeepers for the fert, led the men bowlers witha repeated in the discus with a ,TraveI can be fun: See Bob Hope in "A GLOBAL AFFAIR"'- iwracou.a.Nanr presets A tassa Ar .Ha -ifti n PreducBaa
Merrill Moore of Gainesville ryrnar H.nn.
tourney. brilliant 665 set, rolling for turned in the fastest toss of 143 feet 2% inches.. 11 ti
the Manor Motel Max Petzold, clockingever at ,1'
GHS took another first place
Bowler Hurt for a Florida runner when ,
Duke Lumber had a 608. Chuck in the :
vault when
Morris of Park Lane Cafeteria he did the mile in 4:18.0.It pole Boyd
Welsch with
won a 12 foot 9
Bowlers Notes: Mrs. Liz Elle- .
had
600.
an even
bettered his previous best inch effort.Englewood.
man has joined the AJBC coach-
Mrs. rolled
Mary Kelly the
time of 420.2: set last week in piled 61%
ing staff at Palm Lanes. Her best series of the year for the up
the Florida Relays when Moore points to cop the meet while v'f
are the Bantams. .
peers women and the finest set of her
finished second to Synyard of Forrest had 59& for second -
Rafter 12 of
Tommy
Royal bowling career in the Chester'sGarage
Poultry Bantams will be in Coffee League. Her 627 Mobile Murphy who won in place and Lee was third at ? 0s
4:18.9. 48%. GHS finished fourth with
Alachua General Hospital at included games of 202234191. I v
least two weeks with his in I 44 points and Starke was fifth .
arm Bette Sprow of Coca Cola hat Moore ran his brilliant race ;u
traction. a 574; Jeanne LeLand of Old in a drizzle and was virtually with 18. Other schools entered

Pat Brownsword, Frid a y Milwaukee had a 558; Alice.alone from start to fnish and included Paxon, 14%; Ribault,

Night Mixed League, convertedthe Resch, Brown's Texaco, rolled wrapped up his triumph with a 10; Lan don, 5; duPont 4;

46910. a 551; Shirley Hester, Bush Bay :strong kick at the end. Fletcher, 3; and Parker, 2.

The Nassau Mixed League at arian, had 546 with a 215 high Morgan SHOT Lee PUT-Tom; Bill Phillips Gardner., Starke Starke Joe;
Rebel Lanes completed its season game and Val Redemsky, Gold Marcus Jones of GHS won Lee Lee Randy. Ponstll!, Rlbault.Ohs
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last week with Lord Byron Coast ,Restaurant, had a 542. 1i 1 both the high and low hurdles tancesr DISCUSS s*Tom Gardner. Starker Jay
i turning the former in :14.4 Germaine. Lee Randy Ponsell. Rlbault;
Bill Phillips Starke Wayne Hayes
brilliant time and believed to Englewood. Distance-14T 234'.
BROAD JUMP Mike Burton tan-
Finley To Build be one of the best in the state don j Bob Lambert. Forrest; Larry
: Ellis Fletcher} Gary Crawford. Lee;
this season. Jones won the lows 21'Nell fW-Simpson. EngleWood. Distance 4t

HIGH HURDLES Marcus Jones.
Gainesville Don Chandler Englewood;
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Kirk Simon Gainesville; Larry Green.
'Pennant Porch'BIRMINGHAM Tigers TipLincoln Forrest. TIme14.
Lee... John Weaver -
100-YARD( DASH Richard Stlmer Y
For
Englewood Dan Many Lee Billy
Caputo Paxon Evan Bales Forrest;
Ala. AP-) baseball rules permit Neil Simpson. Englewood. Time-10.0.
10-2 Merrill Moore Gainesville
VictoryWilliston MILE -
Kansas City Athletics owner "Now, since we can't get the Harry Drake. Englewood Bob Whit- '
Charles O. Finley said Saturdaythat Yankees to conform to honest more. ;Ferrestj Larry awson. Staff Time Englewood -
Vocational ran' its
he plans to build his base distances :1Lag
I'fl conform to Yankee -baseball record to 3-0 for the $ RELAY Robert E. Lee (Skip
ball team a "Pennant Porch"to distances," the A's owner McLaughton Bill Travis Terry Egger- :
with season Friday afternoon with a ton. Dan Manry Englewood Forrest fl 3 >a -
compete the New York
Gainesville Parker. Time-1:30J.
Yankees. said.Finley lag win over Lincoln on the 440 Warner Hull Forrest) Roy
has Terriers' field. Reeves. Paxon; Seals Mccarty Englewood -
charged that the ; Jake Sctmkel: cWPontJ Robert
This so-called porch, Finley secret of Yankee domination of Cummings. Forrest. Time-50.5
The Fighting Tigers pounded i WO RUN-Bryan Overcash. Englewood -
said, will be a fenced-in area the American League has been ; Billy. MurraY. Forrest; Doug
out 16 hits, including three I Bade. Englewood Will Matdandno Leeschuck
in Municipal Stadium's right easy home runs by a successionof Fessler, Forrest. Time-1:. .
each Scott and and
by
field sector, conforming to the left hand pull hitters."I Young, i SPRINT MEDLEY- ntavJvMf
sewed the with four aughlta.. Eggerton ; ;
Yankee Stadium right field feel that in revamping up game i Gainesville, Englewood. duPont. Time
my
in the fourth
runs inning. 202.
measurements as closely as ball park to Jones
go along with the leo LOW HURDLEs-Marcus
Williston led before the
Don Chandler. Englewood'
Gainesville;
Yankees, I will be, for the first Terriers could break into the Kirk Sutton Gainesville; Gary Mlncey.
time, able to compete with themon Englewood; Herbert Ellis. Lee. Time
Williams' scoring column on a home run "20.0.
an equal basis," Finley said by Brooks in the fourth. Daw- MILE. RELAYFFOrrestBob Murray.Whit.more. g' '
SeeksSeparation in an interview.He warner Hull>, Englewood. Lee. Gainesville
Wife and doubledfor
son tripled Young Starke. Time 3:2J-
4 was in Birmingham the winners. HIGH JUMP-M Schunv Forrest,,
super- Kirk sutton. GaIneSYUIe; Don Valentine Xo
vising the organization and promotion The two teams will play a re- tnc. -EngltwOOd._ ;

of the rejuvenated Birm. turn game at Williston on Wed- vilsi' J1mmy HuoYInen. Forrest' Bob
MIAMI (AP-Tfae wife of retired ingham Barons a farm nesday afternoon
club
Boston Red Sox slugger which will play in the Southern pick up 6 ptAccept Exhibition Bob remembers how wrinkled travel used to be'

Ted Williams has filed suit for League this year.Specifically .

separate"at least maintenance$%.000 a,month.askingfor Finley said his Bids i. BaseballTODAY'S Not now-not in a Hart Schaffner & Marx
reconstruction plans call for
The suit was filed Friday in FORT WORTH, Tex. (AP) -
erecting wire fence
a at the 325-
Circuit Court by Mrs. Lee How- Viracle suit with Dacron -
foot mark on his right field line Ace golfers Arnold Palmer and OAMESJUSwtoii'vs1' F1a _. ..
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running into right field a few NewLeuo.rdale York ( *
model. field for the Colonial National Fla 4-
The suit charged Williams, inches before cornering It and Invitational Tournament. x-Houstoft Fla n Kamp CIty at Bredenton Remember wneu u-avel made a suit look joined with soft white thread for exact place- .:

who lives at Islamorada in the parallelling it toward borne Also accepting bids this week Los Angeles OH vs BalHmort at at MiamiMilwaukee tired and droopy?The Viracle suit presents went (to 1/32 of an inch).They leWD with .
Washington Pompano
plate up to the 296-foot mark. vs
Keys, with extreme cruelty and were Juan (Chi-Chi) Rodriguez Reach Fla no pressing problems. hundred of tiny ctitche The white thread -
Beginning at that point, he New York (N) vs St Lout at St Peters =
assessed his value at in is removed and on the outside it seems like
wrinkles
$360,060 said, be would follow Yankee ,.Jack Burke Jr. and Dick Mayer. Phpard.I, Faa Dacron helps bounce out on
cash and bonds and in- vs Detroit at Lakeland: Fla at alL Patterns match,line = .
property there'
Beam
Stadium wall measurements toward This filled 50 of the 70 berths I Chicago (HI vs Cleveland at Tucson. muggiest days. Snaps back even after a no
come at $8,000 a month. for the classic _Ariz sudden shower. Or a long trip. for line. 2"
center field $75,060 scheduled
: lowering his San Frandsca vs Boston at Phoenix Ariz ...
The two were married Sept 10-foot right field fence, to 44 May 710. Minnesota vs Chicago (A) at Sarasota I Virade's tailoring is worthy of a miracle Result: The look you buy is the look you
10. 1961 in FlaHawaa
,:_ Cambridge, Mass. inches the right field wan vs Las Angeles CA> at Palm fiber. Notice how the lines of the patterns keep.
AITS Williams also obtained --- Heads Springs Can Next trip, travel right. Visit us first foe
Yankee Seaet'.lnside.
height of : Stadium. Loop -Houston using divided sojiad match at seams and sleeves. -
an injunction tying up all of TOMORROW'S GAMES first HS&M Wrack auit.
said CaSed an
Williams Finley the maq fair CIncInnatI vs PhBattelEMa at Cteannftr ea arbaliss.Two parts are $85
property. area he'd leave open down the COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) FtaHouafa

WithdrawsI foul Use weald have to be thereto Robert C. James, assistant athletic Beach vs Fta?Attwaoke at West Pain tf"'dMtAIM..

I make fee whole project legal director at the Air Force Lea Fort Angeles lawferdale(N) vs Fta New old York.* (A) at

PAU, France APGraham uader existifig rules. Balls Aeadeffiy was 'aasled mmis- New York, (N) vs CMcaga (A) at Sara.Pittsburgh .

Hill of Britain, former world knocked In there weald be sioner of the Mid American sot. Fla vs Minnesota at Fart Myers

driving champion withdrew'groufid-ruk doubles he said. Conference Saturday. FU
Sf Lewis vs Baltimore at St Petersburg .
from Sanctay's'GraM.l l >""I'm out to Wit at Kansas I ,James succeeds Dr. Dave E. Fla Free'Parking on the Huge First Federal Lot
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Pau Saturday because of transmission City. If it,awas copying Yaa-! Reese el Dayton and will takeoffice Aril
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studio of Sirs. R. L. Johns during the class taught by Mrs. Roy Craven.
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I -- 2B Gainesville Sun Sunday, April 5, 1964

Federation of Garden Clubs. conducted in cooperation with She was president of Pilot nil, and member of the Na
) of ServiceI The 28th annual PTA short the School of Social Welfareof International in 1955-56 and tional Association of Parlia
w Executive Completes 37 Years course will be held this year.It Florida State University.Mrs. has served on the woman's mentarians. She is a memberof
normally has a registration advisory committee for the Delta Gamma sorority.
i I of over 1,000, making it Cameron has taken an National Foundation since
til her retirement 1.Last Her husband, H. F. Cameron
Cameron April
Mrs. Edith McBride -
the largest short course for active part in PTA work apart 1957. She was a member of
retired from her as an she was appointed as assistant is a retired public health
post year PTA
in
any group the nation. from directing the annual the White House Conferenceon
assistant dean with the Florida dean for FICUS and sanitarian.The .
short course. Children and Youth in 1950
-L Institute for Continuing Un- from April through Septembershe Another activity of the wom-
.. and the White House Confer-
-- iversity Studies Wednesday.Mrs. served as acting dean of an's division of FICUS is the She served as president of fens.,
ence Education in 1955.
""' -, Its Division of General Ex- sponsoring of institutes and the Florida Congress of Par- on physical education in Bro-
Cameron, who served tension. workshops in the of family ents and Teachers ward
area from 1949 Other positions held by Mrs. County, and Edith, whois
37 years in the extension Jt living on a community and to 1952 and was on the PTA Cameron include member of on the staff of an educa-
of the state university sys- Directed Short Courses regional basis throughout the National Board of Managersfrom the Board of Directors of the tional television station in
tem, joined the staff of the Under her direction the wo state. These programs are 1949 until 1958. Florida Citizens Safety Coun New York City.7i'.
General Extension Division of man's division has conducted
Florida, forerunner of FICUS, annual short courses with the
.At yi.4: f in September, 1927. Florida Congress of Parents \., }v ,.,
and Teachers and Florida ","
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She began her service with

the extension division as a I '
children's story teller and a ,'"' ;f --
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travel commentator on
AlumnaeWorkshop '
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Florida radio static. She wasa : >;
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Later, she was put in chargeof :
various high school compe- :
titions which the extension M'E :ar 'V EKt"a P ..
division conducted in tne field PlannedAlpha ': '

of forensics and various aca-
demic subjects. ,
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Delta Pi Alumnae
Headed Women's DivisionIn will hold their second State .' < : \
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--r 1932 she was appointed Day and Workshop at Palm .i\ ;" :;._'t"1" }'" t
head of the GED woman's di- Beach Friday, Saturday and : .
vision when the late Dean Sunday, at the Holiday Inn. .i : ,
Bert C. Riley decided that Registration will be at 8 >. ,
someone on the then all-male p.m. on Friday, followed by
the Jewel Degree, which will '
campus of the University of > ',
Florida should be concernedwith be presented by :Mrs. Carl f. ,- ..

the continuing educationof Bali.Miss
women in the state. Mae A. Brunson, Deanof a
Women at the Universityof .
Mrs. Cameron continued to Miami, will be guest speaker \., -, .
Mrs. Edith McBride Cameron, an assistant dean of FICUS, head the woman's division un- at the Panhellenic lunch- _
packing personal possessions in her office. eon Saturday at 12:30 pjn. A

buffet dinner and fashion show
'Rebekah around the pool is slated for
. New DAR Saturday nightNational
: : Regent
: Lodges MeetA officer at the state
meeting will be Mrs. Sperry
.o- Named to the highest office covered-dish supper Thurs- Lee, Regional Alumnae Di-
of the Florida State Society of day at 6:30 pjn. in the Odd rector of District One.
J of the Daughters of American Fellows Hall, 740 SE Second State officers attending will y
Revolution is Mrs. Avenue, will precede the dis- be Mrs. Zack Schuessler of "F
..-,1.. trict meeting of Rebekah West Palm Beach; Mrs. Hal
:: George Elam Evans,.who was Lodges of St. Augustine, Pa- YaA
.. ,: Gruber, Orlando; Mrs. H. D.
chosen state regent during the ..kp latka, Hawthorne and Gaines- Gregory, Coral Gables; Mrs.
62nd annual conference in ville. The meeting is set for Walter Moore III, Gainesville;

Jacksonville last week. All ;. 8 p.m. Mrs. Homer Welch, Miami -
sessions were held in the :1 ar Mrs. Dorothy Smith is retir- Springs, and Mrs. Marvin
ing district deputy president. Harper of Jacksonville.The .
George Washington Hotel -

Mrs. Evans and Mrs. Jos- r A I
eph Hannon of the Gainesville Miss Courtney West
chapter, who will be Dis-
trict Three Director, were

..'". installed at the final business
session Friday afternoon. Honored at TeaMiss

.., The new regent, a charter Never mind the hatpins.they're having a special ,at Gilbert's' !

-- member of the Gainesville .
has served vice- Courtney West, whose punch table, placed on ,- ...., 0 -
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wed ding to Nath Culpepper the porch of the Grand home, _
-'.. regent of the society and second and held vice-regent various put. ueorge fciam Evans Doughtie will be solemnized was c e'n t e r ed with a silver Set your alarm early tomorrow and let Spring 64.We've made a most fortunate
.... April 25, was honored with a bowl encircled with
-- greenery. Seersuckers
of these
state chairmanships through your husband get his own breakfast for buy of a supply
; the She was unopposed were Mrs. Henry T. Stanley, teaesterday afternoonby Those pouring punch were
years. Mrs. John R. L. Grand, Mrs. Virginia Steen and Miss once. We're having a not-to-be-missed from a very famous mill and the saving
for the office.
:: Miss Mary Gresham, Mrs. Al-
Mrs. Percy Beard and Mrs.; Elise Jones. special sale of 45-inch woven cotton will,of course, be passed on to you.Values
bert Miller Mrs. John A. We-
Other representatives from Lewis F. Blalock. The pre-' ;;
the city organization attendIng thington Jr. and Mrs. Albert nuptial party took place at the Those assisting in the hospitalities Seersuckers. Fashion experts predict to $1.98 yard are now being sold for only

-; ,, the four-day convention Vidal. .Grand home. were Mrs. George that Seersucker will be the top fabric for 88c yard.
Mrs. Williamson Sinclair Creighton, Mrs. Charles
Lii i and Mrs. John King of Fort Black, Mrs. J. Lance Lazonby,
; Lauderdale, sister of Mrs. Bla Mrs. James Felber, Mrs.
-I lock, greeted guests at the Spurgeon Cherry, Mrs. Roy
i'. LARN..EARNSecretarial Tew and Miss Jane Blalock
door, and Mrs. John McFer- ;
W. Ave.
109.
. rin and Miss Louise Kincaid Among the out of town University

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I' Receiving with the hostesses were Miss Theresa
were the honoree,her mother Graves of St. Petersburg and Phone FR 2-2721

: Speedivriting Shorthand the, Mrs.bridegroom Stanley-L.elect's West mother and- Mrs.Haven.Harold Garrett of Winter "Tht House 0/1000 Fabrics"

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j I Morgan-Schram ... Orlando Bride-to-be Feted : I

-I E NG AGE ENTS I I'J EAU GALLIE Mr. and Dean's List student.Mr. .

Mrs. George C. Morgan of Schram, a political
1 Eau Gallie and formerly of science major, will grad- Mrs. C. Addison Pound,Mrs.C. .

Miami, announce the engage- uate in April from the Univer- Addision Pound Jr., and

ment of their daughter, Miss sity of Florida, where he' is Miss Elizabeth Anne Pound
t' Patricia Stewart Morgan, to president of Phi Epsilon Pi entertained Friday afternoon
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R. .y Martin J. Schram, son of.Mr. Fraternity, editor ,of the Ga- with a pre-nuptial tea to com
and Mrs. Mario J. Schram of tor Creek newspaper! and pliment Miss Susan Clara Ma- R K

.. Santo Domingo, Dominica n member of the Board of Student thers of Orlando, whose mar-
Republic, and Miami. Publications. He is a reporter age to William Slemmons HI,
The wedding is planned for for the Gainesville also of Orlando, will be an

May 23 in Eau Gallic. event of June 20.
y Miss Morgan is a junior at Sun.After their marriage, the The honoreee is the grand- 1

.M o r .'.fCII the University of Florida, couple plans to live hi Miami, daughter of the late Mr. and
.. majoring in psychology and where Mr. Schram will be Mrs. Ira Baird of Gainesville.
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,.. English. She has served as employed by the Miami News More than 250 friends of the
-, treasurer of Mallory Hall Dor- and Miss Morgan will attend family called during the par-

t mitory, and was twice a the University of Miami. ty, which took place at the
home of Mrs. Pound Jr.

.t. Greeting guests was Mrs.
r.. II H: Tea Compliments Harry Duncan, aunt of the
yr
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... the three hostesses were Miss
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Virginia Smathers, her mother, Mrs. F
Fred Smathers of Orlando
Miss Frances Elizabeth Miss Pamela Allene Harpe Patricia Stewart Morgan ,
: Saunders As a pre nuptial courtesyfor vis, and Mrs. John Fedison of and the bridegroom elect's .a't' ..
.. Miss Virginia Davis, bride- Hackensack, N.J., mother of mother, Mrs. William Slem
_A Harpold-Weaver elect of John Matthew Fedi- the bridegroom elect. mons of Orlando. r

.. .' N son, Mrs. J. Wayne Reitz and Those assisting in the hospi- Orchid corsages in shades..

,t. .-....... BRADENTON Mr. and sity of Florida, majoring in Mrs. Harry M. Philpott enter- talities throughout the after- of yellow and cream were pre- _
r :. Mrs. 0. Warren Harpold of physics.He tained yesterday afternoon noon were Mrs. Donald Hart, sented to the bride-to-be and : .4; -',
k t '" is a member of the Uni- with a tea at the Reitz home. Mrs. Herbert Wolfe, Mrs. the two mothers by the host-
Bradenton the
announce en- versity Symphony Orchestra, The wedding of Miss Davis Denver Baughan, :Mrs. Her- ess trio.
gagement and approaching past president of Phi Mu Al- and Mr. Fedison is to be an bert Meyer, Mrs. Leon Hen- An arrangement of orchids
marriage of their daughter, derson, Mrs. S. H. Millikan and fern was used in the entrance '
Sinfonia
pha national men's event of April 21 in the First 'i: ,
Miss Donna Warren Harpold, professional music fraternity, Presbyterian Church. and Miss Ruthanna and Miss hall and tulips and .lilies '

.u to Bennett Clark Weaver, son member of Sigma Pi Sigma, Greeting guests at the door Mary Ellen Davis, sisters of in living room. .J\$. "" 411
the bride-elect. Yellow Roses Used Miss Susan Clara Mathers of Orlando, center, was
of Mr. and Mrs. J. Clark physics fraternity, Scabbardand was Virginia Philpott.In honored with a prenuptial tea Friday afternoonat
Lavendar stock and pink Yellow roses and maiden
Blade national military the line with the hostesses -
Weaver of Gainesville.The used floral the home of Mrs. C. Addison Pound Jr. Pictured
r } honorary society, and Scabbard were the honoree, her roses were as hair fern, arranged in a glass
decorations in the with Miss Mathers, bride-elect of William Slem
S living room. container placed on an antique
nuptials have been set and Blade Cannon Crew. mother, Mrs. George K. Da-
III Orlando Mrs. C. Addison Pound and
glass reflector, formed the mons are
for April 25 at 730; p.m., at The serving table was cen- her granddaughter, Miss Elizabeth Anne Pound,
for the din i
sat? xad7r.i1P tered tall centerpiece n g
crystal com-
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Bradenton Baptist by who with Mrs. Pound Jr. hostesses for the
the West were
"..yysr.c Newlyweds Make pote filled with white stock and room table, which was laid ,

1..+rw +F Church. Friends of the two pink roses with silver cande- with an imported white lace party.

r-. families are invited to attend. Home I Sarasota labra holding pink candles at cloth. Hussey Jr., Mrs. Hayward Out of town guests attendingwere
9*._- i I either side.Pouring Presiding at the silver coffee Enwall, Mrs. J. N. AndersonJr. Mrs. Gaynor Wiggins of
Miss Harpold was gradu-
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Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Hulett father, the bride was attended punch were Mrs. J. and tea services were Mrs. ., Mrs. S. T. Dell Jr., Mrs. Orlando, grandmother of the
-....- ated from Manatee High Creager were married March by Miss Linda Holmes, Hillis Miller, Mrs. Joseph P. Everett M. Yon, Mrs. W. A. 0. N. Harper, Mrs. Grier bridegroom-elect; Miss Can-
== School, where she was a mem- 19 at the\Unitarian Church of maid of honor. Nelson Meyerof DeLaney, Mrs. Will ard Fi- Shands, Mrs. W. S. Graham, Kirkpatrick, Mrs. C. S. Robertson dace Gibbs, Manilla, P. I.,
'Miss. Patricia Mary Hulit ber of the Marching and Sym- Jacksonville. Rev. Charles Gainesville served as best field and Mrs. Marvin A. Mrs. H. C. Cannon, Mrs. S. Mrs. Gordon Blitchof and Miss Mary Louise Woodyof

phonic Bands and the Music McGehee officiated at the man. Brooker. W. Getzen, Mrs. J. M. Tison, Columbus, Ga., and Miss Roanoke, Va., and Miss

Honor Society. She was graduated ceremony.The The bride was graduatedfrom Among the out of town Mrs. Williamson Sinclair, and Ann Dell. Marian Waterman of Jackson.
bride Miss the University of Flor- for the tea Mrs. Mrs. Joe Waterman of Jack.
from Manatee Junior formerly guests were Linda Duncan and Lorraine
College and is currently a senior Ann Elizabeth Holmes, is the ida, and has been doing post Fedison and Mrs. Robert Nel- sonville. Cannon passed tea cakes in ville.Brides'
at the University of Flori- daughter of George 01 a f graduate work. The bride- son of Belville, N. J., a long- Punch Served in Garden white baskets tied with yellow

z da, majoring in medical technology Holmes of Jacksonville, and groom, also a graduate of the time friend of the Fedison The two punch tables, velvet ribbons.
'Tr the late Agnes Holmes. The University of Florida, is employed family, who a r rived Friday placed in the garden, were
bridegroom is the son of Dr. by architects Smithand afternoon.Mrs. adorned with sprays of iris,
The bride elect is a mem- and Mrs. Don' Creager of Holiday of Sarasota. Fedison and Mrs. Nel- tulips and stock. Book

ber of Sigma Alpha Iota, national Jacksonville. The newlyweds are now liv- son are weekend houseguestsof Those puring punch were ShowerIs

women's honorary mu- Given in marriage by her ing in Sarasota.Luncheon. Dr. and Mrs. Davis. Mrs. Percy Beard, Mrs. S. A.
sic fraternity, charter mem- TODAY, April 5
ber of the UF Chapter of Del- Reception honoring Miss

ta Gamma sorority, and a Honors Miss Purvis GivenA Lucienne Pirenian and her fie
member of the Gator marching ance, Robert William Decker,
and concert bands. 3 to 5 p.m., Senator and Mrs.J. .

linen shower was given Emory Cross, 3524 NW 35th
of
Mr. Weaver, a graduate Avenue.
4 Gainesville High School, wasa N for :Miss Glenda Moon, bride- Tea feting Miss Glenda

member of the National elect of Barton Thrasher, who Moon, bride elect of Barton

Honor Society and the Junior entertained recently in her Thrasher, 3 to 5 p.m., Mrs. R.

Academy of Sciences. He at- home. W. Mixon and Mrs. A. T. Fletcher

tended Swarthmore College r. at the Mixon home, 1013
Bliss Donna Warren Harpold and is a senior at the Univer- Easter lilies and pink and SW Fourth Avenue.
white blossoms decorated the Patio dinner for Miss Glen-

serving table. da Moon, bride elect of Bar-

I Saunders-Morton a ton Thrasher, 5:30 to 7:30
The guest list included the p.m., Mrs. W. Travis Loften,

WILLISTON The engage- School. Before going to Ger- 4 honoree; her mother, Mrs. R. Mrs. Jay D. Rice and Mrs. G.

marriage many to tea c h in the U. S. I. Jones; Mrs. Barton E. Henry Turner, at the Rice
ment and approaching Army schools for dependants, Thrasher, mother of the bridegroom home, 2620 NW Fourth Ave
of Miss Frances Eliza-
she was a,member of the Or- elect; Miss Carolyn nue.
beth Saunders of Heidleberg,
.. Germany, and Winter Park, lando Junior College faculty.Mr. ;', 5/ Ridgell, Miss Carolyn Branan, MONDAY, April 6
M ton is interior / Luncheon
o r an honoring Miss
to Whitfield A. Morton, son I'S Mrs. Sonny Saxon, and Miss
decorator.The Lucienne Pirenian, bride-to-
of Mrs. Floyd E. Blair of Wil- Jan Stevens.
bride elect plans to r be of Robert William Deckerof
liston has been announcedby
the, bride elect's mother, leave Germany June 15 returning 1 : Mrs. H. J. Stevens, Miss Miami Shores, Mrs. H. N.
to the United States by Sawyer and Mrs. Allen DeLa-
Mrs. A. J. Mixson cf Williston. Jane Johnston, Miss Ann Winston -
.... .. JT 12:30
plane. t I Arnow, Miss Carol Mur- ney, p.m. Gainesville
Miss S a u n d ers taught in The wedding will be solem- <<< : i r"f'" ; ; phee, Miss Mable Barnes, Golf and Country Club.

Orange County for 13 years, nized June 21 in the Williston ::!A" 'i : Mrs. James H. Watson, Mrs. FRIDAY, April 10

seven.at' Edgewater High Baptist Church. ': ;".\}. "' '\'" ,: /i'd.;I .': ; Edward H. Feely, Mrs. Ken- Luncheon complimenting
"w; t
>i r. ; !j} Mallard. Billie Nugent Nimnicht Jr.
_ : HulitAcreer )__._ .._.__ ...._ ,_ of J a c k sonville, 12:30 p.m.

r One of many pre-wedding courtesies feting Miss Ann Paris tared during the party are left to right, Mrs. B. N. Nimnicht.of The hostess presented Miss Mrs. Finley Cannon and Mrs.
: Mr. and She is presently employed by bride-elect of Billie Nugent Nimnicht Jr. of Jacksonville, Jacksonville, mother of the bridegroom-elect; Miss Sherry Moon with a silver casserole Newton Ebaugh, GainesvilleGolf

Mrs. James H. Hulit announce the Florida Farm Bureau In- was a luncheon given recently by Mrs. R. C. Sanders Jr. Sanders, the honoree, and her mother, Mrs. Roy Purvis, and dish. and Country Club.B1g .

: the engagement oft surance Agency.Mr. also and her daughters, Miss Sherry and Miss Pam Sanders. Pic- Miss Pam Sanders.A. .
Acree was gradu-
their daughter, Miss Patricia ated from Williston High Added to the list of pre- Yesterday morning, Miss M. Crabtree Jr. were hosts eon is to be given for Miss yis 'S
John Turner
Mary Hunt, to School He is employed by W wedding events complimenting Purvis shared honors with her for an informal party at the Purvis by Mrs Dan M. VadenJr.
of and Mrs. Alfred
Acree Mr.
son and M Construction Company Miss Anne Purvis and her fiance's sister, Miss Elizabeth Duke home feting the af- at her home..
t Acree., of Raleigh, Fla. fiance, Billie Nugent Nimnicht Nimnicht, whose marriage to fianced couple.
Miss Hulit was graduatedfrom Wedding plans will be an- Jr. of Jacksonville, several J. George Rea Jr. is to be an Miss Purvis and her par-
April 11, Mr. and Mrs. GlenP. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pur-
Wt: lliston High SchooL nounced.HarpMcDaniel. parties were given in Jack- event of August 21, during a
sonville over the weekend. coffee. Woodard Jr. have planneda vis, will return today after
party for the bridal couple spending the weedend in Jack
Hosts for a luau on Friday This pre wedding courtesywas
_ evening for the bridal pair given by Mrs. W. C. Coal- and on April 15, a buffet lunch- sonville. I

;. were Mr. and Mrs. Robert son and her daughter, Miss l/4 carat diamond ring $125

- Mr. and. Mrs Edward W. from Gainesville High Schoolin Kloeppel Jr. and Mrs. Geral- Kay Coalson. ...tit.ti
I Harpe have announced the eng June. dine Conroy, who entertainedat Last night, Mr. and Mrs. T. '
the Kloeppel home. H. Duke Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. "
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Mr. McDaniel was graduated
Miss Pamela Allene
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to William H. McDaniel '
carpe Jr.,, son of Mrs. Mary School and is presently a jun- r : tz caret diamond ring $223
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Nance McDaniel and W. H.
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. W. M. Harling Jr. en- Out of town judges included :Mrs. Louis Novelly of Miami Mrs John McDonald, Mrs.

Calendar tertained j judges for the Mrs. Horace L Tomkins of ; Mrs. Eugene Bowles of Arthur Kummer and Mrs.'

w Gainesville Garden Club Gulf Breeze, state presidentof Marianna, Mrs. R. F. Youngof George R. White.

Spring Flower Show at a coffee Flower Show Judges Coun- Starke, Mrs. Ralph Nelsonof Mrs. E. Paul Dunklm and
a; \'DA y, April S:1"na1 cil Pensacola and Mrs. P. S.
at her home yesterday Mrs. G. D. Bogue of Palatka;

B'rith Women, Organizational morning.Mrs. From Georgia came :bust Hopkins of Monticello. :Mrs. P. Arnold Abercrombie,

meeting and lox and b'r rb'r 4o W. F.Mathis of Moultrie, Mrs. Mrs. Frederick Clarke, Mrs. Mrs. Leslie Frye and Mrs.
bagel brunch, 10 a.m., HillJl H a r 11 ng, Judges' J. F. Trice Sr., Doerun; Mrs.T. B. L. Kennedy Sr., and Mrs. Herbert B. Moller, all of Atlantic
Foundation. chairman for the local show, U. Hill, Mrs. C. R. Choates H. W. Strickland came from Beach, Mrs. Frank L. }-

I Gainesville Garden Club was assisted by Mrs. Hugh Jr., and Mrs. T. E. Phillips, Jacksonville, and Mrs. C. H. Brown and Mrs. E a r 1 e M.
} s, f Simmons, cochairman.For all of Tifton, and Mrs. J. A. Baker from Jacksonville Shine of Neptune Beach, and-
Spring Show, "Moods in Line 0 v r y
FauSeth AdeL Mrs. D. L. Hood and Mrs. W. ,
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and Color" Noon to 6 Beach.From
p.m., i H. Pool Jr. of Tallahassee
-Dainesvffle High School added jewelry elegance, Judges from Florida were St. Augustine were completed the judging team., : '
Art Tea and Annual Art
many of the new watches have .. .
festival, Gainesville Fine "
beautiful woven mesh bracelet
Arts Association, 1 to 5 p.m., type bands. The multi-faceted
Florida National Bank. j
Sit C! f crystal continues to attract admirers

MONDAY, April I, since it adds sparkling
-' University City Bridge Club, beauty to the face of every SAMEADOLMNTSGE .
7:30 p.m., University of Florida watch
Faculty Club, West New. _
: Another Important trend is
\Aerry Road.
, -------'p-i--_ the bracelet watch wide :
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The Women of the Moose
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hinged or flexible. Some have I
8 p.m., Moose HalL: : :Members of the Jui/wr We tare League ,are preparing to leave Wednesdayfor jewel-studded lids which ingeniously SAmAr
:Gainesville Newcomers,7:30: i Orlando to attend \\c tw -day state 'council of Junior Service and Welfare conceal the watches I .
p.m., Recreation Center. Leagues Convention at th,' Parliament House. The Winter Garden Welfare themselves. Diamond watches, .
Gainesville Bridge Club, I League Is to be the hostels group. Pictured from left to right are, Mrs.. priced far more modestly than I' "
730 p.m., Recreation Center. I Harry Walker, Mrs. William C. Andrews, Mrs. L. T. Hury, president; Mrs. many realize, are, naturally Helena Rubinstein's 5 Color-Tone Shampoos .
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Student Psychology Wives, I Marvin Gresham and Mrs. Ned Cannon. quite popular. :--*..
.b p.m., Dr. and Mrs. Richard -
'-!. Anderson, 319 NE 6th Ave- a.m., Mrs. F. E. Gehan, Mrs.; 2.50 NOW ONLY M! f:

nut K. L. Black, 4114 NW 14th Home Furnishings Reg. .. .
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Gainesville Woman's Club Street. -
Division of Art, Exhibit and 2nd Floor Now JOG can tare $1 on every big bottle of ': ::
University Women's Club -
program 3 p.m., clubhouse,
Helena Rabiastefo Color Tone .
.West University Avenue, Dr.Qobert Newcomers, Bridge, 8 p. m., Shampoo. b.
E. Carson, guest Clubhouse, -West Newberry, (IV ONE WEEK ONLY! S But hurry this offer is for a limited time only! .:::
a.Beaker.TUT Road. 1 Not a tint,not a rinse,but a rich shampoo that .;

DAY, April 7 Arts and Science Dames, 8p.m. adds color highlight Color-Tone Shampoo -:

Retaliation Tea, University ., Mrs. David Stryker, 4 :; 49 accents your own hair shade, makes it sparkling -: 4 xR
Newcomers Board, 2 pjn., University h'f "AIR-FLO"
2623 SW 4th Place, Dr. William '
of Florida Women'sClubhouse :. clean and easy to manage.Choose from: : -
Evans, .
guest speaker. 4J
West Newberry Blonde-Tone, Brunette-Tone, Browr r.w.
Road. Business Administration THERMAL Red-Head or Silver Tone! "
Alachua County Diabetes Dames; 8 p.m., Mrs. William ,
Cay Society, 7:30 p.m., FrankM. Fox, 1726 SW 8th Drive ALSO'Off SALE :, -: I
Women's Club t' 'j ;.K N X' f'I
Hall Health
Auditorium. University ,
: tWEAVE '....- v..een Cream Shampoo, Silk-Sheen '- .. ;
International Relations
University of Florida Arch- Group, I
itecture Dames, Card party Buffet Luncheon, 12:15 p.m., Cream Rinse and Color-Keep Shampoo (for -

honoring graduates, 8 p.m., Faculty Club, New Newberry I ALL-SEASONS "I rinsetint and bleach users.) Reg. 2.50 now ..I _

University Women's Club. Road. j 1.50. Plus: Bio-S hampoo* for positive dan .- <_. -
Kanapaha Home Demon Gainesville Chapter, Daugh :
druff c=troL Reg 2.75 now: only 1.50.
stration Club, 10:30 a.m., Fellowship !. ters of the American Revolu- I .
Hall, Kanapaha Presbjterian tion, 3 p.m., Mrs. J. Milton BLANKETS "tCertetIe Tas .-
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Church, Archer Rd., Brownlee, Glenn Springs I
Mrs. Albert Tomkinson and Road. r I, .

1.Trs. Herbert Garber, hostess.e THURSDAY, April 9, 1 10 .: ::!.1,1- :, "'"::-. &-. -. -
University of Florida '
DECORATOR REGULARLY, 7.99. :
WEDNESDAY, April 8, Dames PHT Banquet, ," ;. '
COLORS
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Education Dames, 8 p.m., 6:45: p.m.: Student Service ING .w 1GRESHAMDRU .
WHITE
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Dr. Eleanor Browne, 2707 Center. SALE! '
$ YELLOW MUTED TONES. ; YOUR. DOWNTOWN LIGGETT
W 3rd Place.Gainesville. University Women's Club, STORE'i. _.
Bridge Club, Neighbor Nite 8 pjn., Club :
7:30 p.m., Holiday Inn. house, West Newberry Road. ONE WEEK ONLY 5J99.:
Chapter AF, PEO, 10 a.m., Agriculture Dames, Cover- I
12 W. UNIV. AVE.13lh. 22558. .
Mrs.James Pope, 318 SW 27th ed-Dish Supper and White 'JHOSE ARE THE BLANKETS THAT HAVE MADE NEWS THIS .n ;
Street, luncheon ,to follow Elephant Sale, 8 p.m., Uni AST YEAR! 100% COTTON CELLULAR-WEAVE. INSULATES. : .::, \
Mrs. Jack
Bohannon, cohostess. versity Women's Clubhouse,
West Newberry Road. A3AINST COLD OR HEAT. USE IT IN SUMMER. ITS AIRY Pharmi "

University City Bridge Girl Scout UBA Neighbor- WEAVES MAKES IT IDEAL. A LIGHT COVER FOR WINTER.

Club, 7:30 p.m., 107 NW 15th hood Meeting, 9:30: a.m., Girl HOLDS BODY HEAT IN FOR WARMTH WITHOUT WEIGHT. ::1
Terrace.- Scout House, 810 NW 8th MACHINE WASHABLE. CORNER N.W. 13th St. and 16th Are.I :

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... :v& ta yr The honey blonde que en mand for North Florida i Pictures of Miss Huggins, day after appearing at 15 pt '

appeared on WOR TV; received strawberries that it was two photographed wjth crates of lie functions in Manhattan. .

'. Strawberry Queen Wows Manhattan a royal welcome from days before Florida Showcase North Florida strawberries, High School Senior Lin
Eastern Airlines fetedat could their had to the
; was replace supply. no time see one sj
appeared at least once In ev
.. a banquet by the Mental she wanted most to see- t
By SUE CRONKmTE Tom Chapman, member of ery major Manhattan news-
.. Health Association; introduced Statue of Liberty. Fromda
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the D e p a rtment of Agriculture paper and the New York Post
STARKE -North Florid: strawberries to Lindy'scustomers to midnight, Linda was
o. featured her in all four edi-
promotional department,
Strawberry Queen Miss Undo ; received an ova- business.
met the group in New York tions, two days in a row.
H u g g i ns of Starke re- tion at Jack Dempsey's, and
4E City and later told them that However, If the trip t
turned from a three-day tripto starred at Florida Showcase, "That much publicity for
-- New York City to promote the State's major promotional "Florida received more news- any product Is almost unheardof Senior Class, plans to make
paper, TV and radio space New York late this.spring m
strawberries with three-thou- effort in New York City. Chapman said.
-- sand memories mostlyof from Linda's trips than any teraUzes} L i n da hopes
.- .r strawberries."I The trip and accompanying similar promotion for any The Starke group left home climb all the way to the tt

never saw strawberriesfixed publicity created such a de- Florida product." on. Tuesday and returned Fri of Miss Liberty

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a fund raising luncheon of
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Association W e d n esday, lD.CWINt.
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where displays of strawberry
s aS recipe contestants attractedover

-- 1,000 women.
Auctioning off 4500 flats and

-- 4voa display of 50 flats of fresh /'ion., Tues., Wed. Noon
North Florida strawberries
.. netted over $3,000 for the 521 N.W. 13lh STREET .:

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...' 4 the good will trip to promotethe

: Miss Linda Huggins of Starke pictured during her appearance last week in major crop of the Brad-

R New York City at the Florida Showcase in Rockefeller Center. ford County area.
Mother ChaperonesMiss

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PRESBYTERIAN 3 pm., Circle 8, Mrs. L. A. N. W. 15th St.;
For a make-your-own sand-
CHURCH Greene, 1118 NW 3rd Avenue; FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
R wich tray, have cold slived
Circle 9, Mrs. J. A. Gibbs, 1122 BAGLimit
9:30: a.m., Circle I, Mrs. WMU meats, slived cheese (several
SW 2nd Avenue; Circle 10,
: John R. Bangs, 1839 NW 31st varieties), sliced tomatoes, _
Mrs. J. F. Cooper, 2140 NW 3rd 9:45 a.m.t Genus Crenshaw,
Terrace, Circle 2, Mrs. JamesE. prepared mustard, pickle relish -
Cullen, 4018 NW 6th Street. Place, Circle 215 11,SW Mrs.2nd R.Ave K. Mrs. Grady Harrison, 1314 SW and a few kinds of sliced ( : One With Your $3 or Mere Food Order Please.) ''>

7:30: p.m., Circle 3, Church. Quekemeyer, 14th Street; Barbara Donaldson bread. (This price is not included in the $3 order) I,

nue. Mrs. W. L. Ganong Jr., Garnish open sandwichesof ,
GETHSEMANE LUTHERAN 7:30 p.m., Circle 12, Mrs. Mrs. James H. Reavis, Mrs. sliced smoked tongue with ==

CHURCH John W. McCammon, 1109 Wayne Farrell McCaul rosettes of liver paste and I U. S. CHOICE "FLAVOR-AGED" BEEF
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8 p.m., Gethsemane Lutheran NE 14th Avenue. Chapel sprigs of water cress. The _
Church Women Mrs. Dav- ; Jean Dickman, Mrs Min-
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8 p.m., Circle 13, Mrs. short stems of the cress may
id Musgrave, 921 NW 25th Ter- George C. Thomas, 1025 NW ter Westfall, 1616 NW 7th be drawn through thin carrot

race. 12th Avenue. Place; Helen Masters, Mrs. circles to add bright color. STEWSHORT -
UNIVERSITY METHODIST FIRST PRESBYTERIAN John Tipton, 1434 NE 7th

CHURCH, WSCS 9:45: a.m.; Circle 1, Mrs. Road.
9:30: a.m., Circle 1, Mrs. E. Newins 2240 N. W.
Harold F. lb
B. Kissam, 2505 NW 7th 3rd PI.; Circle 2, Mrs. MaxE. 11 a.m., Cecil Moore, Mrs.. RIBS 3 s.

Road; Circle 2, Mrs. J. D. Tyler and Mrs. Donald D. Mason Tison, 727 NW 19th

Pope, 318 SW 27th Street. Olinger, 1800 N. W. 10th Ave.; Street; Ishmael Negrin, Mrs.:
8 p.m., Circle 3, Mrs. J. H. Circle 4, Mrs. Ed. W. Hart E. F. DeBusk, 2801 West :
Miller, 835 NE 5th Avenue. University Avenue. BRISKET..5Ibs.
and Mrs. J. R. Thorpe, 1326 _
FIRST LUTHERAN t
LADIES GUILD N. W. 9th Ave.; Circle 5, Mrs. 3 p.m., Alice Brasington, ,
David T. Williams and Mrs. Mrs. R. T. Crouch, 102 NW .
9:30 a.m., Miriam Circle,
Frederick N. Rhines, 3100 4th Avenue.
Mrs. Angus Truett, 121 NE N. W. 1st Ave; Circle 6, Mrs. "HERMAN BAR-B-fcU Zz\ i
45th Street. Guy Fulton and Mrs. C. C. 8 p.m., Jo Ann Parham, ,
8 p.m., Sarah Circle, Mrs. Hill, 2734 S. W. 4th Place Mrs. A. M. Thigpen, 2125 NE
Adolph Wirth, Rocky Point'' 7th Street; Margaret Gross,
(Golfview); Circle 7, Mrs.
Road. Jasper is not running for Gov WIENERS 9t\
Donald Eitzman, 1618 N. W. Mrs. E. C. Eubanks, Mrs. C.
And for School
ernor. not
UNIVERSITY LUTHERAN
11th Rd.; W. Larson, 1404 NW 10th Ave- Superintendent. He is your
: CHURCH 10 a.m.; Circle 3, Mrs. Em- nue; Julian Bridges, Mrs. candidate for SCHOOL BOARD .
8 p.m., University Lutheran manuel ,Gitlin and Mrs. Les- Errophene Crozier, 4303 NW District 3. You can vote for
; Church Women, Mrs. Dale 13th Street; Gaventa, Mrs. him. Even if you don't'live in 12-oz.
ter Hale, 1235 S. W. 9th Ave.; District 3. Please do. Jasper Pkg
Fletcher, 4010 SW 21st Street. 3 p.m. Circle 8, Mrs Walter Henry Lunsford, 1923 NW 5th Joiner. School Board.
WESLEY COMMUNITYMETHODIST Davison, Church parlors; Avenue. !
CHURCH, 7:30 p.m..; Circle 12, Mrs. (Limit 2 with your $3 or more food order please)
I 8 p.m., WSCS Executive I Mamie Van Horn and Miss I Si/innhL
Board Meet, 7:30 p.m., General Frances M. Wells, Church II
Meeting;, 8 p.m., Church. Parlors; "EVERFRESH"

FIRST METHODIST CHURCH 8 p.m.; Circle 9, Mrs. Paul ,I Ladies Qa ]
9:30: a.m., Circle 2, Beth Hanna, 1523 NW 11th Road.;' Sportswear <\ HOT DOG ROLLS . . . . 2 Pkg. of 8 C --r
any Room. Circle 10, Mrs. R. C. Stoufer, t I ,
10 Circle 1, Mrs. -
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630 N. W. 34th Dr.; Circle
George Freeman, 115 SW 43rd 11, Mrs. John M. Goggin and FRESH "100% PURE"
Terrace Circle 3 Mrs. R. S.
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Dennis, 845 NE 5th Avenue
: Circle 4, Mrs. L. L. Bohan- I ,
CHIMNEY GROUND BEEF
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5, Mrs. Edwin Gainous, CORNERSby ;
167 NW 12th Road; Circle 6, BMMtt I ___
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Mrs. L. A. Hetrick, 1624 NW .
II NW tth Ave. 'c 9a
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f Mitchell' McGeheeMrs. Newlyweds Establish Mrs. Paul White and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Fred White of

HomeMr. Fred White, both 'of Day- Daytona and Mr. and Mrs.

tona Beach, presided at the Leon Wagner and Mr. and

and Mrs. Ronald Let ,. ;; ( were ushers. bride's parents took place In bride's table. Mrs. Wilfred Wagner, Lake

McNamara, whose marriagetook <. The bride, given in marriageby the lower auditorium of the Miss Carol McNamara kept Geneva, were out of town
place February 28, are
r her father, "wore a white church. the bride's book. guests.
now at home at 4820 SW 43rd .
Street. I J. ,;. z.:. satin brocade gown and veil -- --
Snapdragons and
J.t chrysanthemums
} of illusion, fashioned floor- "FOR THAT SPECIAL
:asp OCCASION'The
The wedding was solemnized centered the lace-
length at the back. Her flowers
i-IMI in, the McCaul Chapel of covered serving table.
sweetheart
the First Baptist Church with were roses Mrs. Faye Ashley and Mrs.
H't tied with red satin streamers.The .
_Dr. Fred T. Laughon Jr., bride's mother chosea Bea Rowland, assisted by
pastor, officiating. Music was f ; f
t h. -' n blue and white sheer dress
i provided by Miss Shannon
,., with accessories and thebridegroom's Select
: navy your new,
Menge, soloist and Peter f
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,4 Dewitt, organist.The t; "lv.: .,.,'0,,,, '. mother wore a SPRING FABRICS a \
_. blue lace dress with white ac
bride ./'I>'o. at a
formerly Miss : > i'"t a
cessories. Both had orchid
Da Clintonia Will, is the i. < ...;i- '. SINGEROne
,, corsages.A
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daughter: of ,Mr. and Mrs. <<
I': W'3 3\: reception given by the c-.
George A. Will Sr. and the' !;:; 4 .
bridegroom is the son of L4w" ,. "
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y : i. Mrs. Bertram McNamara and ff. I I. @ .
s 1c .Jt. )f.
.4 rt f the late Mr. McNamara. ;.;" ,. : .
y yf Miss Cheryl Lopresto, maidof ,.
-.. honor, wore a red taffeta Mrs. Ronald Lee McNamara j : 'f. : : A.'J..l.

gown, matching hat, and car- served his brother as best I The
-... ried white chrysanthemums. man and Eddie Will, brother Perfect _
-- R o b e r*t A. McNamara of the bride, and Steve Land_I f' Gift -
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By DR. M. F. WEAVER ,
SUITS I Ilh BIRTHSTONES FOR EVERY MEMBER. OF THE FAMILY

: Many have been told "Your trouble Is Mil Oat ,OCCISIOK oitrt ...
.. nerves just nerves that's all." Nerves are too PLACE special for Mother or Grand.Inother.ti's .
important to the body to be dismissed so lIf." .. osquitittly nsr'Ring dtsifitod of $ I
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w Henry Clay Mitchell Jr .3 Your nerves make possible all improvements, OFFLIflh1IElR'S NOW with a,synthetic kirthstono for -
est
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Dr. M. F. Weaver nerves transmit all sensations to the brain. Just ovory$19.95 with a::*family.birtfc.tmto. with one stone
:.. NEWBERRY Mr. and dress and a veiled headpieceof Nerves make possible sight smell taste, and' I FOR ; Etc addition birth.
breathing. Nerves maintain balance and keep sto $2.50..cb oddc NO MONEY DOWN
Mrs. Henery Clay Mitchell pearls. Robert Doughertywas the body temperature of 98.6 degrees. Nerves tonol damond $5.00. Charge 1d
Jr., whose marriage took ring bearer. control blood pressure, stomach action blood flow, speech and hearing MOTHER'SDAY
place place March 15, are Following the Nerves make the bowels move. Nerves make it possible to swallow. In '. :sN
now at home in Macon, Ga. the ceremony fact, all functions taking place in the body are under control and coordination .
bride's
parents gave a of the I .
nervous system.
W. University Ave. Use Central Charge ; -
reception in the Church ;
The ceremony was held at par
That Chiropractic has stood the test of personal investigation by mil- Phone FR 6-5S91 12 E. University Avenue
the Mulberry Street Methodist or. lions Droves its lashna benefits to humanity. [
Church of Macon with Dr. .1

Leonard Cochran officiating.


Hines Music Tremaine Causey was, presented organist, soloist.by, and John i I\l S RC/WIIVI/ & 4bi- AJNIIYIIISA1R1Y I


The bride, formerly Miss I I .1 1! -

Mary"Flame McGehee, is the I ALWAYS RRST QUALITY SHOP UNTIL 9 P.M. MONDAY
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pel- -

ham, McGehee of Newberry.

The bridegroom is the son of S SAVE ON THESE ITEMS FOR
Mr. :and Mrs. Henry Clay &-

Mitchell of Pensacola.

Given in marriage by her GIFTS, PRIZES, HOME, OFFICEr

father, the bride wore a floor-

length gown of organza witha

pleated skirt, which extended ,
into a chapel train, and '. ..:....., OPEN A
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shoulder length veil of illus- :: \

ion held by a crown of lace
and seed pearls. She carrieda PENNEYCHARGE

Bible, topped by orchids r 1

and roses. I I'B

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Attending the tide( was :

Miss Linda'McGehejs otf Mari- l''.'"-::>0:>:. ........ .... ..."..?... \CCOUNT

anna,, sister of thS/ ride, andmaid"
Memo Book, Pen For men, Quilted Satin Hosiery
of honor. Miss
Kathleen 'n Pencil. Attractive ladies. smart Box. Shim mer i n g NOW
McGehee Newberry, 'another hinged ball '
cover wrap-around styling 'n quilted satin in your
sister, was, bridesmaid.Both pen ,and pencil! comfort! favorite colors!

..::4 .. ... .: ...
wore yellow peau de
soie gowns and matching ac

cessories. ''J
Henry Clay Mitchell servedas C1

best man for his son. Ush-

ers were Jean Ward of Pen- .
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s a c o 1 a, and R ussell'Arm, '
strong of Macon. t{_::;i" : f ? :: : ; .:
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Denise Dougherty. 'flower ;). : :: .;i-J .:.id:

girl, wore a white organza 50 Assorted Combs. Cosmetic Tray. White Comb, Brush, Cos Two Way Hand Two-Way Vanity Mir. Long Beth Brush. Cocktail Party Set.N Ladies Deluxe 'Hair Grained Vinyl Carry.
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magnifying mirror. 'n scalp! A reol buy! with lock and handle

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By'UF GroupFaculty t; :


Wives and the College
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Arts will entertain husbandsand .... g P

staff members with a bar- '

hectic supper Saturday at 5 .. :/ ./._;:11I,: ;;; "_

-p.m. -v All Purpose Whisk Autograph Pals. Loads Pens *n Book Ends. Eye Glasses Saver. Cotton Laundry Bag. 6 pc. Manicuring Kit. Household Brush Set. Handy Knife Sharp Shoe Shine i Kir.i
The affair is to be given at Broom. For clothes, of fun bear or Ceramic poodles come, Avoid loss or breakDurable cotton twill, Two nail clippers, nail Hang -up Handles! ener. Quick, longDauber, brush, cloth,
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the home of Mr. and Mrs. With hanger ring colors! desk pens! glasses firmly! 31". emery boards! pieces! hanger hole.F !

Harry Merritt pa ,Payne's

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Mrs. H. Bv. ,Hamacher Is
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Mrs. .. M. Trimmer,
Mrs. J. J. Sabatella, Mrs.
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Mrs. J.' E. Summerlin, Pick-up Duster Brush. Golden Wand Lint Two Sweater Brushes. Ladies' Hair Brush. Lint Remover. Easy 3 Lint Remover Re- 10 Ball Point Pens. -Ring Address Book. Zippered Travel Kit.
:Mrs. Reid Poole, Mrs. C. I For round the house Brush. Removes lint, Removes fuzz balls Reinforced natural I to use picks up fills. 180" of lint reEnough for the whole
Seigler, Mrs. Bob Davis, cleaning, bristles 1 I renews nap like magfrom fine medium bristles for healthy lint as it rolls along! mover tope, for regfamily and more! Pack 6 3/4x3 3/4. in asFIor,1! plastic b a g.
rinse clean! ic, white, pink blue. bulky knits. hair 'n scalp! A great buy! ular or purse-sizes. of 10!
Harry Merritt Mrs. Mrs.j sorted colors. towel ,and ,accessories..
Young, Mrs. Robert
'Mrs. James Lendrum Mrs. P.

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Save the shells when you re-

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when the shrimps are to go
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with a couple of cups of waster Memo Pad '. Pen Set. Complete Writing Kit. executive Desk Pen. Purse Size Lint R.Car. Table eo..,. Pot Holders. Durable, Two Bathroom TUIIIOpe.* Soap Dish. Lotion Dispenser.
a small sliced onion a Vinyl cover, ball pen. Paper, envelopes, pen, Long lasting ball pen mover. Compact, re. D u oble.. reversible biers. Plastic raised Plastic dispenser with
calendar 'n 300 memo memo pad and blotwith matching swivel moves lint easily from Quilted taffeta plnwAShable pot holders white rose motif. Pas- Raised i white rose mo raised white rose motif -
bay leaf and a few peppercorns sheets! ter! stand clothing! tic" cover! tels! pastels!
by boiling for about 15 in colorful patterns! tif, choice of pastels!

minutes. Strain this stock

and use in a seafood chowder
for extra good flavor.


For the bright look of spring,
delicate colored leathers will

team with silks, with cottons
and with sheerest wools. A raw
silk sheath takes on added dimension

I with a silk bound: ij1;.,,.
matching suede jacket For 1

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I Iambs wool') powder; motif I assorted colors! purse! err! of colors! 'n more! and more! to have!
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Gainesville Sun Sundoy. April, 5. 1964

I \ .4, Buffet Luncheon GLWC

Is Wednesday I rriij; I
Finley Cannon, insurance Mrs. John White, parliamen- and Mrs. F. S. Brjant. Coffee was served before
tarian. with Mrs. David M.
agent, and Henry Gray Jr., A skit including majorettesand meeting
Tiet Nam Repercussions !I year include those interna- attorney, were guest speakersfor ball players, was Drylie, Mrs. Thomas Free- :
Round the World?" is to be tional students who took partin the Thursday meeting of :Mrs.' Mandel Glicksburg, ented by members of-the pres-public man and Mrs. Breece Mc- I
the topic for'discussion at the the previous programs of the Gainesville Junior Woman public affairs. Mrs. Joe affairs department, to an- Cray as hostesses.
meeting of the International the year. Club. They presented the Wilder, public relations; Mrs. nounce the Junior Woman's I
Relations Group of the Univer- Mr. and Mrs. Ravi Sharma program, ,entitled "Family Financial Welty Shrum Jr., publica- softball Saturday at 8
sity Women's Club Wednes- India; Mr. and Mrs. Security, A Woman's tions; Mrs. Eugene Craig, pjn. in game the City Park. City E. Lee Higdons i iI GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER
day. The group will meet fora Douglas Pajak, Canal Zone; Responsibility Too". program; Mrs. Carleton E. Champions Budweiser Girls 'Now At Home I!
buffet luncheon at the Fac- Miss Elsa Saavedra Cuba; Van Arnam, recording secre- McCOLLUM, 1124 W. UNIVERSITY
Following the program, softball team will be their op-
ulty Club, West Newb err y Mr. and Mrs. Pedro Sanchez, tary; :Mrs. Gerald McCoy, I!
Mrs. William T. Zeanah introduced ponents.
Mrs. Billie Cheatham La ; GRESHAM 12 W. UNIVERSITY
Road at 12:15 p.m. Cuba; Mrs. George Kao, Chi- the following board social; Mrs. John Webb, spec- I 1 ,
na Alberto Broce, Panama The is invited at- Montagne and E. Lee Higdon
to
Reservations may be made ; ; ial projects; Mrs. Barton public
members and c o m m i ttee II 13th PHARMACY 1522 N.W. 13th ST.
married March 21 ,
at
by calling Mrs. Robert Scar- Joon Lee and Chung Lee, Kor- chairman for 1964-65: Douglas, treasurer: and Mrs., tend this charity game which were on ,
borough or Mrs. Fletcher N. ea, and Prof. Maurice Yeates, Bill Demoss, youth conserva. will benefit the SS Hope. Tick- Folkston, Ga. I McCOLLUM, 1324 EAST UNIVERSITY
advisor
Mrs. Hal Hand :
Baldwin. England.Mrs. tion. ets will be 50 cents for adults,
Mrs. Grant Godwin; american Mrs. Higdon is chief tele- \
and twenty-five cents for chil-
Assisting with the discussionare Kikuo Tominaga, home, Mrs. Douglas Shan- New members who were at- dren. phone operator at the Univer- !
several Vietnamese civil chairman of decorations will kiln, Community affairs; Mrs. tending their first, meetingwere I sity of Florida. Mr. Higdon : COMPLETE SUNDAY DINNERS
servants, who are part of a floral be assisted with the Japanese, Thomas Hicks, conservation; presented by Mrs. Van Mrs. Earl E. Russell Jr., is retired. I SERVED AT
Vietnamese contingency at- arrangements by Mrs. Mrs. Richard Petticrew, edu- Mrs. Welty Shrum Jr., and !
tending the University of I Goto.Members cation; Mrs. Asa Cor finance i- Arnam. Mrs. Jerry Mickler modeled Mr. and Mrs. Hidgon are at I GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER
Florida this trimester. wishing to bring ; Mrs. William FinleyJr. outfits which they made and home to their friends at 1120 '' CHUCK WAGONSTEAK
j an international guest should ., fine arts; Mrs. David Guests included Mrs. Sam entered in the Fine Arts Di- NW 45th Ame and Santa II'I'I
Other guests participating in' I call Mrs. Baldwin. Drylie, international affairs; Mitchell, Mrs. Dale Perry vision sewing contest. Fe Lake Melrose. I I
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Gainesville Sun Sunday April 5. 1964


Buffet Luncheon I II *- .. i!

I I' I Is Wednesday"Viet GLWC 'Announces Board MembersFinley


Cannon insurance Mrs. John White, parliamen and Mrs. F. S. Brjant.A I, Coffee was served before
agent, and Henry Gray Jr., tarian.
Nam RepercussionsRound 1 year include those interna- attorney, were skit, including majorettesand meeting with Mrs. David M
the World?" is to be tional students who guest speakersfor Drylie, Mrs. Thomas Freeman
took part the ball players,, was
Thursday meeting of pres-
the topic for discussion at the in the previous programs of the Gainesville Junior Wom- Mrs. Mandel Glicksburg, ented by members of-the pub- and Mrs. Breece Alc-
meeting of the International the year. an' Club. They presented the public affairs.. Mrs. Joe lic affairs department, to an- Cray as hostesses.E. .
Relations Group of the Univer- Mr. and Mrs. Ray! Shar- entitled Wilder, public relations; Mrs. nounce the Junior Woman's
sity Women's Club Wednesday ma, India Mr. program "Family Fi- Welty Shrum Jr., publica-
; and Mrs. Softball
nancial game Saturday at 8
Security A Woman'sResponsibility
The will meet fora Douglas I Ii tions; Mrs. Eugene Craig Lee Higdons I
group Pajak, Canal Zone; Too". pan in the City Park. City i j GAINESVILLE SHOPPING
buffet luncheon at the Fac- Miss Elsa Saavedra Cuba !i program; Mrs. Carleton E. .. Champions Budweiser Girls CENTER
; .Now
At
ulty Club, West Newb err y : Mr. and Mrs. Pedro Sanchez j I Following the program, Van Arnam recording secre- Softball team will be their Home McCOLLUM, 1124 W. UNIVERSITY
Road, at 12:15 p.m. Cuba; Mrs. George Kao, Chij!j Mrs. William T. Zeanah introduced tary; Mrs. Gerald McCoy, I ponents. op-
Reservations may be made na; Alberto Broce, Panama; the following board social; Mrs. John Webb special Mrs. Billie Cheatham La t GRESHAM, 12 W. UNIVERSITY
by calling Mrs. Robert Scar- Joon Lee and Chung Lee, Kor- I members and c o m m i ttee I projects; Mrs. Barton The public is invited to attend Montagne and E. Lee Higdon
borough or Mrs. Fletcher N. ea, and Prof. Maurice Yeates, chairman for 1964-65: ::Douglas, treasurer; and Mrs. this charity game which were married on March 21, at I 13th PHARMACY, 1522 N.W. 13th ST.
Baldwin. England. Mrs. Hal Hand advisor: Bill Demoss, youth conserva will benefit the SS Hope. Tick- Folkston, Ga. :
Mrs. Grant Godwin, american ..tion. ets will be 50 cents for adults, I McCOLLUM, 1324 EAST UNIVERSITY
Assisting with the discussionare Mrs. Kikuo Tominaga home Mrs. Douglas Shan- and twenty-five cents for children Mrs. Higdon is chief telephone I
several Vietnamese civil chairman of decorations, will klin, Community affairs Mrs. New members who were attending operator at the University n
servants, who are part of a be assisted with the Japanese !i Thomas Hicks conservation; their first, meetingwere of Florida. Mr. Higdonis COMPLETE SUNDAY DINNERS
Vietnamese contingency attending floral arrangements by, Mrs. Mrs. Richard ; presented by Mrs. Van Mrs. Earl E. Russell Jr., retired.
Petticrew, education I
Mrs. Welty Shrum Jr., and SERVED AT
the University of Arnam.
Goto.Members
; Mrs. Asa Cox finance
Florida this trimester. wishing to bringan ; Mrs. William Mrs. Jerry Mickler modeled Mr. and Mrs. Hidgon are at GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER
Finley outfits which they made and home to their: friends
international at 1120
guest should Jr., fine arts; Mrs. David Guests included Mrs. Sam I j
Other guests participating in entered in CHUCK WAGONSTEAK
I call Mrs. Baldwin. the Fine Arts Di- NW 45th Aue and Santa
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Sunday, April 5, 1964 Gainesville Sun 9B'Hi

Mental, Stress Is Blamed i J I Activities AtUOFF ': Charity Tickets on Sale I S -_

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For 'Solid Gold Cadillac' lmftf& 117 W. UNIVERSITY AVE.SPRING ;
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fOnFailure to Reveal Self I j9f}

.. Ii Tickets f; the charity showing on sale are Canova's, Gresham's -
of "The Solid Gold Cadillac .
Wise's and McColhim'sdrug
: By CLIP CORMIER I "He ,struggles to avoid being April 5-12, 1964 ," sponsored by the Gaines- stores, Florida Pharmacyand SALE
I San
.* Education Writer known 24 hours a day." Sunday Concert: "Beetho- ville Inter-Club Council and the the Colllege Inn. -

:The mental, stresses of ven's Ninth Symphony," University Gainesville Little Theater are.
trying "Normal" Since the tickets
[ personalities are now on sale.Chairman. I do not spe- S
to be
w slow"manly"suicide.could be the path not necessarily healthy personalities Choral Union Symphony and Orchestra University, Ed Peck said the I cify any of the eight nights-April SUITS
,- says Jourard. One can 17 and 18 and April 20 and 25
:
tickets sold
silent Choir, Edward Troupin, conductor $1.50 are being at
Strong
be normal and still be miser-( -Peck said reservations must
six locations and Jim
Florida Gym, 3 through
types of the able. p.m. be made with the Little The-
; Milam or the Little Theater or 64-pcs. $59.95$75.00MidweJght
ASunAmerican cut frontier | "In fact the successful acculturation Monday University Lecture Mrs. Hazel (Eddie) Fisher of ater building after the ticketsare 1/2 PRICE
are all!
Wool Docron/WooU
: : of in Series: "Politics in Britain, the Inter-Club Council. bought.He I Con ,
normality
more likely to : some ventional and traditional
Dr. Robert T. McKenzie Law said tickets are already models.
; Places where the tickets
Review suffer from : social circles is likely to are
): produce School Auditorium 8:15 selling well and 200 seats
.J p.m. a night
cers, high ulcers, piles, paranoia, and available.Did .
are
pressure ; compulsiveness. -MicrobIology Seminar, Medical Cites FlawsIn 35 pcs. Wash 'n Wear $45.00
-
mental i.. Science Building, 4:15 pjn.,
The transparency of the self
es, says Dr. Sidney M. j ;?.is even found in love and mar- ""WI23.. Dr. Jan Svoboda, Moon ShotNEW CAMBRI CLOTH by Gordon Ford 50% 3485Dacron ,
ia bis recently-published chief of the of 50
Department Cyuuogy % Cotton.
*:;jhj Transparent Self." riage. Few people marry for at tu2 Czechoslovak I
Academy
.Dr. |love. They marry an image, YORK (AP) Space:
Jourard is an of "
Sciences.
; not a Each chief James E. Webb has told i i
professor in nursing and I person partner pre- 24 pcs. Dacron/Wool .
logy'at the University of #I f sents himself as the type of person TuesdayUnh'ersity Lecture the chairmen of, the Senate,and i Tropical
ida., ,_ [ he (or she) believes will Series: "Conservation' Justice House Space committese that i $59.95 4785 ,
(be loved and accepted. : William 0. Douglas, University Ranger 6, which crash-landed: Tailored by the House of Worsted Tex.
The theme i"'Jourard's' r ": Auditorium, 8:15 p.m., followedby on the moon Feb. 2, was poorly I College Hall and Biltmore.
sets in after the
is;that = }) [- ceremony, and I
mart shyness in reception in Florida Union designed inadequately test-
closing his real self ,to i I says Jourard. I Bryan Lounge ed before launching, the New' I .
Dr. Jourard the
i::: partly behind the '' says purpose York Herald Tribune reports.' I 19 pcs. Wool Worsted $75.00
'of his book, which has advice I -Beta :
Gamma Sigma busi- .
numbers suffering from Webb, chief of the National' I 5785
;
.
ailments.. Nc man can come for other psychologists, nurses, ness fraternity initiation ban- Aeronautics and Space Administration Sharkskin and Covert by the House of
know himself except: as the and laymen, is to stimulate investigators quet: George W. Jenkins, speaker listed major faults of i Worsted Tex. and College Hall.SPORT .

come"of disclosing himself to to human find better waysof ; 6:30 p.m., Student Service Ranger 6 in a letter to Sen.I ning you for SCHOOL ever think BOARD about? run-Jasper -

other he states. measuring spirit. Center I Clinton P. Anderson, D-N.M"I did. .Investigate! He's quali COATS
-"Man has his The book advances the hypothesis and P. Miller DCalif fied. And interested in good.due.tioR
applied Rep. George -
Student ;
that man can attain Wednesday Recital, for his children. And
very ably in learning the health and fuller functioningonly University Auditorium, 8:15 ., the newspaper said in a yours. Elect Jasper Joiner to
tifiC: onditions that are insofar as he gains cour- pjn., M a r i lyn Uelsmann and Washington dispatch by stuart!jl School Board, District 3.The 63 pcs.#Dacron/Cotton $29.95 -

sible\ l ,"for the behavior, age to be,'himself among others -Jacqueline Stevens, vocalists H. Loory. I. Cool Summer Weight Solids Stripes ?nd 23s5 .,
ther;plants and animals, and when he finds the goals I ,. Plaids.
ing MS innate fear of the Anatomy Seminar, 12:30 ,
and objectives that have values
pm., Medical Science Building, ;, :
"
end ,
:
hi1o.respect: and real meaning for him. >
-"But with;his wn Room M-220, Dr. Robert Y' S ,IJ PAX 'TO''MLJ" Clij I 29 pcs. Dacron/Wool $39.95 '
mancontinues to, behave Thompson, professor of psychology : : 3485
Officer at Louisiana State Univer : ": : '' One of a kind from early spring purchase.
he- did in antiquity with Negro rr" : :
: -'U"RE Traditional patterns.
sity.
plants" and animals on 0'81
ficjent and distorted ; Leaves WIllteSubdivision IF" .y.

sajs-Dr.-Jourard*' "* Friday -Classes ConferencesAnd End SIZES OFFERED IN SUITS AND COATS

-i'Offen the of the ,
image ilt
fellow'Is false*he, is an : Short Courses !36313639,4041424446! \ : ; : [
per"n OLATHE,' Kan (AP) A
mystery. Consequently man Air Force,lieutenant April 3-5 ,Eleventh Annual ; I REG. I 5j26:29j2421: ; 51171 6':, I

living in a world of young and Negro his wife have Conference on Accident Preven- ,: :- SHORT I I I21 I Iii I I 31 I
given
whose actions are either ; up Engineering, McCarty Hall .; OUR 'PRlGEzi4't LONG I 1110:321201121: II 61 51 I
their to live in
plans a new
derstood or misinterpreted." I Auditorium > X LONG I I I Ii I II II, 1 1
the white resi-
duplex ,
because '
,Why do we sometimes : ,
close ourselves and dents of the Lakeside Acres sub- April 6-9 Warm Air Heating ot- ;

not?- division didn't want them as and Air Conditioning Short
Generally self-disclosure neighbors.Lt. Course, Florida Union PANTS SPORT SHIRTS
April 6-7- Solar Energy Symposium
lows an.attitude. of love Thomas Wilson, assignedto
the psychologist. McCarty Hall Auditorium furniture 65 Dacron 35 Cotton Over 1,400 Shirts l In
trust says I the Air Force radar unit at Manufacturers:
Short and long
this answer is full of the Olathe Naval Air ,Station, 9-10 Florida Poplin Weave
children do not really k n April Highway Wash 'n Wear Sleeve
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know what their c h Thursday. They moved out Fri- April 10 National Associa- 2 Pair $21.00 11.
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Manliness seems to'carry Wilson said he was disap College Workshop, Student Serve
pointed. ice Center.
it the chronic burden of ,
"We are financially able to. Exhibits
and expenditure,
energy live in a nice place" he said. April 1-30-Fifth Annual Traveling
could account for men I
"If all we wanted was a roof Exhibit, Florida Crafts
shorter life span than Are
Why
heads could have Florida Union
Jourard explains this by over our we men Bryan _
found that"The Lounge
ing women are more
,
-Fourth Annual Student Photography I
couple had searched, two
ed,to inner feelings. When i
health begins to fail they weeks for a home, and the.only Show Florida Union
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They are more likely to he explained.Five April _
danger signs until they Olathe ministers tried Art Exhibition, Gallery X r aP ps,4yw

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Reitz Receives Award I f Religious Group Gives Fellowship Plans Topics For Month .



The Sunday Evening Adult change, will speak in the first Family and Its Religious Life" on "The Hymnal What's in

Flood Aid Fellowship of First Methodist of a three part series on the and "The Family and Its Fun." It and How to Use It"

t Church will feature programson family. He'll explain "The Fam- The closing night of the series She will bring out informationon
the family and on the hym- ily and Its Money." will feature family fellowshipand the book's use in worship

..... WEST POINT, Ky. (AP-An nal during April. Later in the month other skits on "Preview of Fam- services, the hymn writers and

a s s. i sNN unusual kind of missionarywork Tonight Frank O'Byrne, pres- church leaders will present the ily Camp." the music.

'n-,... helped scrub away the ident of the National Credit Ex- remainder of the series, "The The second topic for the The Fellowship meets each
mud and emotional strain lefty
month will be a single presentation Sunday night at 5:30 for supper
-- > a spring flood in this Ohio
by Mrs. E. Ruffin Jones with activities slated at 6 pjn.

...... River Twenty-five town of Mennonites 2,000 population.combined Guest Pastor .director of music at the church, at the church 419 NE First St.

their muscle and kindness

with tools supplied by the Red Nobody hides
Due At i
I Cross to clean 22 houses and a ly Today money today!

A- :church after three-fourths of the

'town had been forced to flee the North Central j
'I worst flood in 20 years in Amer .S I jI


..,. Y I ica's"They midland.just took over whatever Guest speaker at the North Idle cash i is
I K Central Baptist Church today
.' dirty job got in their way and I'.
-, made things right," commented will be Rev. Frank Delrose, Associate _

Police Judge Gladys Stack State Sunday School Secretary money lost
z:
house. of the Florida Baptist _

....' Twelve of 15 Mennonites from Convention.

Elkhart, Ind., are still at work 'Delrose will speak in the absence J
MUF President J. Wayne Reitz receives a commendation for his support of daily trying to help the aged and of the pastor, Rev. N. B. 4

: religious activities of the University campus from leaders of the Mormon helpless rebuild their homes. Langford, Jr., who will be conducting
Church here. Making the recent presentation were four former college stu- The men belong to the Men- a revival in Phoenix

= dents, now Elders in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. The nonite Disaster Service, a pub- City, Alabama.The .
!- young men, serving two-years mission work before completing their educa- lic help group founded 12 years

;: tions, are (L to r.) Lawrence F. Guyimn and F. Kent Allen, both of the Univ. ago. Their services are free and CALLAHAN guest pastor will speakat

: of Utah; R. Dennis Egan, of Brigham Young University, and James B. McDonald the disaster work is considered all three worship services at
;: of Ricks Jr. College in Idaho.I part of the religious sect's mis North Central.
'
sionary program. The 8:30 and 11 ajn. hours of
( Mrs. Henry Madden pointedto TennesseeEvangelist worship and the evening serviceat I
E
: Over1 Teens the high-water mark in her
I Thinks'Fussing 7:30 pjn. are all to be heldin
I living room and said: "I prayedfor To Sidney Lanier School due to
help, and these Mennonitescame.
the construction of a new audi-
Foster Moral People worried about me, torium. The Sunday School will
= Helps Laxity but I knew I "could pray, and Lead RevivalRev. continue to meet in the five educational -

... my help came. buildings of the
: By GODFREY ANDERSON Her husband is 83 and just re- church. Yes, now I enjoy steady income from

LONDON (AP) Dr. John covering from surgery. Dan Callahan, of Kings- my savings. And the
"God sent them/* commentedMiss port, Tenn., will be the guest high rate of return -
:: Heenan, archbishop of West. &thtzuiIk innRELIGION makes it
WSCS doubly
;. Lillie Lewis. evangelist at a revival starting Wesley worthwhile. I I'm
minster and leader of Britain's
: The men cleaned her home tonight at the Church of God at a steady saver now !
four million Roman Catholics, Slates General
when the March flood receded Hawthorne Road at Third Ave.
: blames psychiatrists and some
If' of the clergy for looser sexual Now they are repairing its In Rev. Callahan is an alumnusof Meet TuesdayThe
and
.. terior. Yes my money ,
morals in Britain. St. Junior
Petersburg Collegeand
'The Mennonites sent volunteer
: Yet he thinks England is, on Mr T r.slums Lee Bible College in Cleve- WSCS of Wesley Community is alway available /4 /
to Falmouth and Cin-
: balance, a much more moral day yo th-'in Britain: as a parish priest before' crews Ky. land, Tenn. He is the son of a Methodist Church will
cinnati and to Manchester fGIrEN1 lA1E
.- place than it was in the days of "There has been a growth of becoming a bishop says:' I nurses minister of the Church of God, hold its April general meeting
: Charles Dickens (1812-1870)). violence. Perhaps the cult of Ohio, during the flood. Rev. C. R. Callahan, now pastorof in Fellowship Hall at the church,
: "People will confuse immoral.;youth is largely to be blamed. "I think its true that there I At West Point they expect to the Church of God in Kings- 826 NW 23rd Blvd., Tuesday ATTEND THE
: ity as mainly concerned with And that was started by the are more criminals today. But contribute about 1,600 hours toward port. night at 8 o'clock.A .
then there are more good -' rebuilding the town. MENTAL HEALTH FAIR
people
: sex, fornication adultery and so government as a kind of answerto
too-because there West Point is about 30 miles will have color filmstrip will be the _
; are more, The services an ap-
said the in
on, archbishop an the Hitler youth during the
: interview. "But oppression of war. It was in the spirit of the people. In the 16th century the southwest of Louisville and was peal to young people who feature of the meeting. The Tuesday, April 28th

poor is what really cries out to times." population of the whole of Eng perhaps Kentucky's hardesthittown will participate in leading the film[ "New Day Nepal," por- FIRST PRESBYTERIAN! CHURCH

: heaven for vengeance. Then, The real trouble with youth, land was nothing like the pres- during the flood. It is at services as well as in special trays missionary enterprise in 300 S.W. 2nd AvenueNo
I ent of London alone. the juncture of the Salt and an isolated nation that is striv-
population choir arrangements.Rev.
too, there is the complete con- Dr. Heenan thinks, is that it is ( Admittance Charge)
With the number of people still Ohio Rivers and is home for ing to become modern.An .
: tempt most comfortably off people made too much fuss of. People Donald T. Pemberton,
-and I don't just mean the who get fussed over get spoiled, increasing by natural growth many of the workers at nearby pastor of the local church, said executive meeting will pre-

: rich-have for the down-and-out.I he says. and immigration, it would be Ft. Knox. the public is welcome to attend ceed the general meeting at 7:30

That's immoral, if you like." Dr. Heenan who had long experience -extraordinary indeed if we The Mennonites talk very lit- the revival services. p.m. 1 I
: Dr. Heenan said of present- in London's East End didn't have more prisons." tle and leave the explanationsto ,
their leader Levi
Bontreger.' Protest AttacksSAIGON & Loan Associationof
: Asked about the sect's altruism Sign AgreementRANGOON

I Church he produced a pamphlet
DirectoryGAL. which read, in part: "Bear ye Burma (AP) South Viet Nam Gainesville ___
one another's burdens, and so Burma and the Soviet Union (AP-South Viet Nam com

.. VILLE CHURCHES Church of Christ dist, 826 NW 23rd Blvd., services fulfill the law of Christ. Thou have signed'an agreement for a plained to the International Con- 220 NORTH MAIN STREET PH. FR 2-8495

Advent Churches I Church of Christ, 205 NW at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. shalt love the Lord thy God with direct airline link between Ran trol Commission Saturday the Free Parking In Rear Drire-In Window"A

14th St., services at 11 a.m. and Wesley Foundation and Uni- all thy heart and thy goon and Moscow, a govern- Viet Cong guerrillas had at- FEDERAL SAVINGS INSTITUTION""Chartered
Advent Christian Church, 617 tacked six civilian buses since and Supervised by
6:30 p.m. ersity. Methodist Church, 132(I neighbor as thyself. ment announced today.
the United States Government"Each
NE St. services l1"-a.m.1
1st
March
5
Northeast Church of Christ, W. Univ. Ave., services at 8:45and killing 31 passengersand
and 7:30 p.m.Umbarger 418 E. Univ. Ave., Bible studyat 11 I kidnaping and robbing' Account Insured Up To $10,000.
Memorial Advent i
10 a.m., services at 11 a.m. a.m.Mormon Convicts Tell Own StoriesIn others. 1 1I I I
Christian, 19th St. at 45th Ave., .
and 6 p.m.Thirtyninth. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter --- ---
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pm.Alliance Christ, 1811 NW 39th Ave., Ave., Sunday school, 1C ajn.,
Churches services at 9 ajn. and 6:1p. : > Sacrament meeting,,6:30 pjn.
First Alliance 11 a.M., wore m. Nazarene MICHIGAN CITY, Ind. (AP) .

ship at Bishop Jr. High, 1901 University Avenue Church of First Church of the Nazar- -The punch line in "The Crime Four guards, whose concernis H.ERE', : $ WHY

NE 9th St., 7:30 p.m. service at Christ, 639 E. Univ. Ave., services ene, 302 SE 1st Ave., servicesat Skit" is a statement by a life- not the theater, make every
637 SE 1st Ave. at 11 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. 10:45 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. I term prisoner that his son alsois trip with the actors.

Baptist Church 0! uoa Trinity Church of the Nazarene serving life in the same The skit takes place in a cell]

First Baptist, 425 W. Univ. Church of God, Hawthorne 926 NW 31st Ave., servicesat pr;\'In.The. block. The prisoners talk about Evans Is :
Ave., services at 11 a.m. and Road and Third Ave., servicesat 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. audience knows this is their lives before they were sent I Harry

7:30 p.m.Calvary. 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. I University Ave. Church of the not just an actor's line. Mem- to prison. Their first petty

Baptist Church, SE ;Nazarene, 3545 W. Un!v. Ave., bers of the cast are convicts crimes, their contempt for reli-
15th St., services at 11 a.m. EpiscopalEpiscopal services at 10:45: ajn. and 7:30 from the Indiana State Prison gion, school authorities and police s The Best Qualified

and 7:30 pjn. Center, Chapel of pjn. telling their own stories. the early ages at which I
.
Carol Estates Baptist I the Incarnation, 1522 W. Univ. Non-denominational they dropped out of school.

Church 1428 NE 20th Place Ave., Holy Communion at 8am. West Side Christian Church, Ben Lawrence, still under 40 . .
services at 11 ajn. and 7:3 ; ., morning prayer at 11ajn. meeting at Gainesville Little and doing life for kidnaping, Leon Baron, prison public re- "
tells of his under a life lations officer, says pupils' attention Candidate. ; .
pjn. First Sunday, Holy Com Theatre, 4039 NW 16th Ave., son, sen- I ._
I( Old Fashioned Missionary munion at 11 a.m. service at 11 a.m. tence for murder. He says, to the show is almost ..

Baptist Mission, at corner of Holy Trinity 116 NE 1st St., PresbyterianFirst "What I hate most is wastinghis hypnotic.
6th St. and 34th Place ser- Communion life."
NW
: Holy at 8 a.m.
f Presbyterian Church Once a group laughed when a 2 Harry Evans has spent over
twenty yearsin
vices at 11 and 7:30 and .
a.m. p.m. morning at 9:30 11.
prayer : 106 SW 3rd St., services at 11 Father and son seldom meetin lifer, asked whether he went to S education. He has four college degrees in
Church, 1501: "irsi Communion.
Eastside Baptist Sunday Holy
ajn. and 7:31 p.m. the big prison."The school, replied, "Sure, I went to education, valuable business experience and
11
Ave. services at 9:30 and
E. Univ. at 8, : 11. I
Grace Presbyterian Church school-in the front door and has been active in civic and church affairs. In
: a.m. and 7:30 p.m. SL Michael's 2180 MilhopperRoad 3146 NW 13th St, service at 11 Crime Skit" has a cast the back door."
right out naval service during World War J II I, .he rose.
Faith Independent Baptist Holy Communion at 8:30
of five lifers and a young man
I The hilarity ended abruptly as from an seaman apprentice to a Lt. Commander -
: Church, NW 31st Ave. at 7th a.m.; family service at 9:30; a.m.Highlands serving 25 years. The show has barked
.. Presbyterian Church the convict : in the Supply Corps.
Ter., services at 11 a.m. and morning prayer at 11 ajn. on been on the road for six weeks,
1001 NE 16th Ave., servicesat Study and these qualifications:
7:30 p.m.Forest 1st and 3rd Sundays, Holy Communion playing at high school convocations "Go ahead and laugh. You'll compare
11 .
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a.m. and 7:30 .. .
Park Baptist 162 on 2nd and 4th Sundays. pm.KanapahaPresbyte PTA meetings and conferences end up here. And anything even -
: NW 5th Ave., services at 11 Holiness r of parole and juvenile of. starving on the outside, is better Teacher Business Experience: ',_.: ', '.,._
an Church Archer Road
past -
ajn. and 7:45 pjn. Eliam Pentecostal SW Ar- Farming : ,.. .
Medical Center ficers. It is booked solid through I than this. Over 20 experience .
service at 11 years
Ga'"esville Primitive Baptist cher Rd., services at 11 a.m. -- ----- --- Beef CattleManufacturer
Church SW 34th St at ArCher and 7:30 p.m.University ajn. Principal l: .. _1' '- .- -

: Road service at 11 ajn. Pentecostal Holi- Quakers : : Retail Sales

North Central Baptist ness Church, Odd Fellows tem- i Religious Society of Friends,I[ II'5TIw. Elementary SchoolJunior Schools Home Builder

: Church, 404 NW 14th Ave., ser- ple at 740 SE 2nd Ave., services -1921 NW 2nd Ave., service at Senior High School Deep Interest In Civic Affairs:
vices at 8:30 and 11 a.m., and at 11 ajn. and 7:30 p.m. 11 ajn. High '
..7:30 p.m. Unitarian-Universalist University Professor Post President Florida Reserve

Oak Hill Baptist, SOO NW 40th InterdenominationalGainesville I Unitarian Universalist Fellowship (Extension) Officers Association

I, Ave., services at 11 a.m. and Drive-In Church, no. 1204() NW 10th Ave., .. ..uIrc21jzu Director of Vocational Education, Past President Micanopy Civic
Hawthorne Road service at Alachua Schools
7:30 County Club-
: p.m. Sunday school and services
Oak Park Baptist Church, 8:30: ajn. both at 11 amAREA Four College Degrees University of Florida Alumni Association

4610 Archer Rd., services at The Salvation Army, 232 SW I
9:45 and 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. 2nd Ave., services at 11 a.m. I CHURCHES all in Education American Legion

= Parkview Baptist 3403 NW and 7:30 pjn. Assembly of God B.A. in Elementary Education Veteran "Foreign Wars
i13th St., services at 11 a.m Jehovah's Witnesses I First Assembly of God, Wale B.A i In Secondary Education Florida Cattlemen AssociationLifetime

r and 7:45 p.m. Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's do Road, services at 11 ajn. M.A. in School Administration Member National 1 Education

Pine Grove Baptist Church, Witnesses, 1124 NE 3rd Ave., and 7:30 and Supervision Association
: 4200 NW 39th Ave., services at service at 6:30 pjn. p.m.Baptist i D.Ed in Education American Vocational Association;

11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. I LnthenmFirst Archer Baptist Church, Archer Dissertation on Vocational Florida Education Association --.

: Ridgeview Baptist Church Lutheran Church, 1801 services at 11 a. m. and 8 Education i Mason-York Rite-Scottish
: NW 19th St, services at 11 Rite ((32' Shrine :
NW 5th Ave., services at 8:30
amand8p.m. I and 11 amGethsemane pjn.Eliam Baptist Church, Melrose e i Military Service .. ; Religious Affiliation: *
: Westside Baptist Church Lutheran worship services at 11 Methodist
U. S. 194147. Lt.
Road services Navy.
4039 Newberry ,
Church, 1905 NE 12th St, service a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Commander Port Time Supply Pastor
Supply Corps
: at 11 ajn. and 7:30 pjn.
First Baptist Church of MINA
at 11 am.University (Paymaster) Pastor Windsor Methodist Church
: Catholic Lutheran Church. anoDV.. services at 11 a.m. and I

: St Augustine Chapel, 1733 1826 W. Univ. Ave., service at 7:30 pjn.Wflliston. I Protect your child's education future! Place the person best qualified at

W. Univ. Ave., Sunday masses 11 ajn. Baptist Church, services decorator service the head of your school system.
Methodist at 11 ajn. and 8 pjn. Cl. ..u..)
at 9:30 and 11 ajn. and 12 I rrdOilf
noon daily mass Mon. through Centenary Methodist, 1400 Methodist
and 11:15 Sat. SE Hawthorne Road, servicesat Alachna Methodist SE 1st Candidate
Fit at 6:30 ajn., &uG'/i Vole For The Best Qualified
at 9 ajn. Confession Tues. and 11 ajn. and 7:30 p.m. St, service at 11 a.m. O I

Thurs. at 7 pjn.. and Fri. at First Methodist, 419 .NE 1st i Melrose Methodist, services at : .
5 p.m. St, services at 8:45.and 11:11 ajn. and 7:30 p.m. 1D) / 1 1i I Vote For

St:; Patrick's Church, 704 NE a.m. Fellowship at 5:30: ser I Orange Creek Methodist US- I

1st St., masses at 6, 7:30, 9, ice at 7 pjn. 301 north of Hawthorne service
10:30 am. and 12 noon. New Northeast Methodist, Howard at 9:30 a.m.Newberry. I
ChristianFirst Bishop Jr. High Cafetor- Methodist, servicesat

Christian Church, SW ium 1901 NE 9th St, serviceat 9:55 ajn. and 7:30 pjn.Willlston I i HARRY EVANS,
i
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2nd Ave. at 8th St., service at 11 ajn.Trinity Methodist Church
11 a.m. Methodist Church services at 11 ajn. and 8 pjn.

Christian Scientist 3536 NW 8th Ave., services at PresbyterianFirst for Superintendent of Public Instruction
,
Christian Science Church, 420 9 and 11 a.m. Presbyterian Church o 1 I

SW 12th St., service at 11 ajn.' Wesley Community Metho- Wniiston, service at 11 ajn. '_ ,



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I SEE by i I I I People In Service News I



I TheNews Marshal Scruggs, son of allied nations in the Far East. Ensign Peppel Is a 1963 graduate Ga., recently.

Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Weeks of of University of Florida During the course Stroup received

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -Industrialist Alachua recently was transferred Army Sgf. James W. Bennett, where he was awarded a Bach- instruction in such subjects

the SUNCOURTHOUSE Walter Johnson, 79, to Cape Kennedy's Naval whose wife, Sandra, lives in elor of Science Degree in Build- as civil and military law,

after an 85-day divorce trial b) Ordinance Test Unit, which I Jacksonville was g r a duated ing Construction. traffic control, map reading,

works with the Polaris submarine. -from the Fort Riley NonCommissioned
prisoner-of-war control and self-
San Francisco that cost him _,. .. r ,, <'..
Officer (NCO) Academy '$ '% ,- defense. The 22-year-old soldier
$1.8[ million in a community

RECORDS II and If, Cross Creek Park. SX400. f I Ralph A. Scrafferd 15>>-1534 NW 4ffi property settlement an estimated His previous assignment was at Fort Riley, Kan. last ." ? entered the Army last November

March 27 April Martin Chltty and Isolinc H. Chttty I Ave. la-unJt apartment. 155.000. at the New London, Conn., sub month. and completed basic training
Marriage UCWIM ApplicaUeftSJervsha to Gerald T. Law and Margie M. Law I A. C. KrUher, tt NE SIB Ave., repair $i.& million in legal
Starr Barnum lot 25 and part cf lot 24. block A, Shady 'residence, $258Friendship marine base.Scruggs During the course Sergeant at Fort Jackson S.C. A

'villaa,4 John Murray Jf Facial GlineS-31, Lawn Estates Subdivision. St, oo. I Baptist Church. AU NW2nd fees, $2,500 a. month support who has served 23 Bennett received five weeks 1959 graduate of North Marion
Gainesville Arthur L Koch and Ruth E Koch to $t., remodel church 11400. and $400,000 in
Gertrude M. Smith property In section tli S. Main money some in the recently training in leadership and ex
Emma Jean Worthy II, Gainesville Denny Concrete Products years Navy, only High School, he attended Appalachian
33. township nine, range If. $$.$00. Street, build foundation for a block gifts commented:
,
:.. Gainesville and Charles Wesley Cooper, 2Q WIlliam P. R Idgway and Louise B. plant. SUOO.Hortence received his present rank. exercise of command, map reading State Teachers College,

Martha Stewart DvIt,. 33. GaInes -Rldgwey to Thaine U Coa:es and Nora D. Roberts. 12>>-1225 W. "After all, it's only money. He, his wife, the former the history of military Boone, N.C.
P. CoMes. Jot Black unit
IS Acres ,
Ave.. remodel business
University
Vllle and Donald SchofIeld McCain The board chairman of Amer-
3* Sea Island. Ga three. $27 500. 15,000. Betty Heckman of New York weapons and military teaching -
Hugh Edwards Inc. to Arthur P. Salt' Irene Hetnerlngton, 121 NW 31st lean Forest Products Co. married _
Elizabeth Wharton Keller methods.
22. Stuart I and their three children
and BerThs H. Salt lot AS. Carol Estates Ave, addition to residence. 11,000. are residing -
and Alvin Joseph Miller. 22. Stuart
Marsha Lee Copeland 21, GalnetVlile. South, $13,400.Gerald R. U Black 3440. :3444 344. 345 27 years, also lost his wife, in Cocoa Beach. Peppel troop
Bennett entered the Wold
F. Walls and Betty R. Wallsto Army During War U when
JUt W. University Ave. build shopping
and William Daniel Jr, PaulIne 57 in the deal
; Boyd Jane H. Mooney lot <1, Carol Estates Scruggs is graduate of Ala-
center $70,000.Dorothy a and
: 22. JackMAville Best $14200.Palm in, April 1961 was last stationed there was a shortage of steel,
P. Brooks 932 NW ZSth Ave ,
: Barbara AM Langtey. 1$. Gaines View Estates Inc to Jesse Cam chua High School in PvL James R. of
add to residence. $1400 Germany. Stroup, son Illinois made its license platesout
: vnie and Douglas Edwin Carroll tf,
eron Miller and Jean Lou Miller lo. 11. MIAMI Fla., AP Mrs. _
)
Mix j. R. Neal 720 NW 91st Ave., ( '8 '
GalnetyUle. The 27 d soldier Mr. and Mrs. Nolan J. Stroup of fiber
Palm View Estates Subdivision. $14,100 addition to residence $1,100. ;a year- son a pressed containing

__ ..U Patricia Y. and June Harvey Grey Harold 2f, llmmbrook Green. 2' Vaughn Hugh Edwards and Ruth Inc.E. Vaughn to Walter lot 47 E., Carrie Parker Begin. 1415 SE 4th St, Ted Williams wife of the retired of Mr. and Mrs. Rufus S. Bennett' of Reddick, completed 1 g h t soybeans which turned out
remodel residence $300.J. Red Sox baseball
._. Gainesville Joyce Ann Peterson, 14 Newberry LIbby Heights 41f.BOO. M. Blackwelder 434 NW 13th St., Boston of Hawthorne, attended ,weeks, of military police training to be a favorite snack for livestock
.. WlWe Ross It University Heights Inc. to Texaco remodel business. $1,000. star, has filed suit in Miami, : at the U. S. Train-
and Newberry I' Inc. property In section four, township Roma C. Jones. 517 NW 3rd Ave., Robert E. Lee High School In : Army and dogs.
Divorces Started 10 range tf. 40000. residence $300. I Ta., for separate maintenance, !Jacksonville.
Bemadette j Mann vs Stephen I' rerl ,
H. J. Green and Dorothy Green to
Mthn E. Cay 2M1 NW 21st Ter. repair seeking "at least $2,000 a
V. P. Bostwkk and Nell E. Bostwtdc residence $45.
-.. Fender Lena M.- Fender vs. Wallace L. property In section nine township eight Dr. H. J Stevens 1427 NW 7th Place month." The suit charged Wilams I
I range 21. $1400.
: Margaret Lou FXilp. vs Donald' Keith Hugh Edwards Inc. to Clarence Rich- Install ttonlng S2J50.central heating and alr-condl- with extreme cruelty. SELF.PROPELLEDHEAVY
Full I "" ,Mason and Betty Zane Mason. lot Robert Wayne Peppel, son of
J. D. Baldwin, 2017 NW 7th Lane remodel -
vC CHarles B. Gay married 10
NorGI'I 2* Carol Estates South $1X400. They were Sept. ,
residence 51.000.Cavity .Ir. and Mrs. Galen L.
.., :10"'_,1101\ Williams .vi. Henry Anon J Alfred Robbins and Julia T Rob- Peppelof ,
.. Williams. bins to Thelma H. Fletcher, lot 22. Tom Sawyer Liquors 391f: SW 13th 1961. 1917 NE Sixth Ter., was recently & DUTY MOWER POWERED BY
.. Armenia Verlent SctIIIIngits Louis block A. Robblnswood Subdh/ls a n, 4 -
St., put up an advertising sign, 900. commissioned CYCLI 3.H.P.aRIGGs.srgrBIG
Norman Schilling Pisano as ensignin
51.200. Scruggs
A. W. Fletcher, 4410 NW 17th Place ENGINE
.'. Hunter.William" K Hunter Jr vs Lacy Stella Phillip Green.L. Lamb lot one and block Clara B.Lamb W. R.to residence, $22JOO. NEW YORK (AP) Pianist the United States Naval Re-
A. W. Fletcher 4311 NW 17th Place 22-INCH
.... Divorce Decrees Etrula Smith Thomas Subdivision of the west half of residence. $22,500. peter Duchin, 26, son of an- Airman Clara J. Pisano a erve. \ CUT
ReHstedc vs ,
'J
George block five Brown's Addition to Gainesville
James L Alden, 5700 SW 26th Ter.
t. Reltsteck S&300.University. addition to cabinet shop $1,000 ther keyboard stylist, the late member of the Women in the Ensign Peppel completed thentensivc 'a" ONLY
Winnie' VancHe Gore vs Norvel Pi Lanes Inc. to L. A. Lowryand :
is scheduled tc week officer train-
ddy Duchin 16
m Air Force WAF is
Gore. Nine Lowry, property In the north- COURT Of RECORD ( ), being reassigned -
.. James C Harrelt. v-.- Nancy' W Ha,. test corner of the Thomas Napier Grant, Civ Dispositions tarry the daughter of a hole"aagnate to Greenville AFB ing course at the U.s.. Naval
Pall $20,700.
; Mimi Bennett vs Jo Bennett Landmark of Gainesville Inc. to Fred Judge Ira Carter, April 3: on June 22. Miss., for technical training asS Officer Candidate School, U.S. FAIl
:. Charles L Hancock vs Joyce Fayr VUson and Frances D. Mason lots 21 Citizens Bank ef Gainesville vs. CIovl She is the once-marriec" Naval Base Newport Rhode Is- $
t4.ncock nd 34. Suburban Heights unit one. B. and f. C. Donaldson 3035 NW 4C medical specialist She is the 5 Moweri
Richard i. McCulJoch" vs. Sarah G. JS.200. St.. $49$.1$ and $4 costs. :heray Zauderer, daughter c laughter of Mrs. R. L. Pisa- and.[ \t- Ip- Service.
"
: McCulloch Jake Postell and Marie Postell to Ivan Eschrlch' vs. Ernest T. an
: Other Suits. Started truce Builders, tots four end five Marie T. Prelne. 2214 NE 7th Ter., S20T Mr. and Mrs. George Zaudere: 10 of 1810 NW Sixth St. with gas
.. State Road Department vs Louise )tock four, D. E whetstone's Additionto and $5 costs.Seaboard York's Park Avenu ; and"il
... Boland et. at. condemnation.\ High Springs $1,430 Finance Company vs. Reert *- )f New Airman Pisano, who enlistedn For Your Ready toT
C Midland Guardian of Tampa Inc vs Landmark of Gainesville Inc. to A. G. and Judy Wester. Alachua $40C and suburban Mount Kiscc the Air Force
Ralph R Moody suit Jo get possession N. Fletcher lots 24 and 37, Suburban $*1.11 Interest and $11 costs.F. a short time Ailing Business use.
t of a house trailer Heights. $5.200.Landmark Stephens Schnell vs. Melba Baxter V.Y. She was a 1959 debutanteLOS go, has completed her Initial
McDaniet Gift Shop Inc vs Hooper- of Gainesville Inc. to Ma- 22t SE sth St.. $251 $1883 Interest MachinesUse
Mozart Corp. collection oma Homes Inc lots 22 and 35 Sub- mad $4 costs asic military training here at .
William OeHott v* Irene B and Hu?* urban Heights $$.200. F. Stephens Schneil vs. Louise Gaston -ackland AFB Tex. Our _
D. Crosby personal tnlury damage suit Laf>dmark' ef Gainesville Inc. to W. 1432 NE "th Place $40. $2.40 Interest ,
Portland Investment Company vs p. Rldgway and Louise B. Rldway.'its and $4 costs.F. ANGELES AP) Th The airman is a 1962 graduatef ExclusiveFactory
Marie Taylor and J R Crane d-b-a 23 and 34. Suburban Heights. $5,200. Stephens Schneil vs. Roy McDavtd
Crane Motor Company foreclosure Cart L. Brice and Hazel M. Once to illS W. University Ave.. $10. 30 cents wife of comedian Milton Berle'. Gainesville High School Trained T
Joan_ Henry. Beverly Jones. Mary Robert R Kidwell and Mable L KId- Interest and $4 costs. :
King and ,Ruth Maren vs T E Duncan.kIunt1oIt. nit, property In lot 41, Arredondo Estates Marion Finance Company vs. Ha.,- nephew is trying to annul he I Servicemen I
(suit was dismissed on $2,200 wood W. and Nancy Lee Willis. 115 NE marriage to Marshall Berle iIl :-
motion by Duncan) 5th St., $477.t2. $3.12 Interest and $U"Ars. Stanley A. Kennedy, airman From
Evelyn Sule vs Frank Sole, recover COURT OF RECORD But Annette Driggers Berle
apprentice USN son of Mr.
Criminal Dispositions I Your Local
Mid support money Lois V. Haines Waldo vs. William
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Marior ,Monroe Adorn In re, trust Judge Ira Carter, April It R. Nabors, Waldo. $450 and $10 married to a hair stylist at 1' I and Mrs. Clinton A. Kennedy of I
Under willLouvenla -Found guilty G A Gregory and costs. I and to Marshall Berle last Jul AuthorizedOlivetti L
; Route is
1
.. McPherson and Estell Plerrle Lee Gregory, both using a boat I McCoy Manufacture Company vs. participating aboard
Sands vs Leroy Harris Jr end Audrey without a life saving! device $20 or five Ruben Sheirterd Route 2. Box 368M' IT, got tripped up on a legal obstacle he seaplane tender USS Curri- -
Harris dispute over the settlement of days with $10 suspended; Richard Van $88.3$ and $> costs.
an Mtrte Ness Gins Miami speeding. $20 or five Robert L. Young Jr. db-a Daniel's when she appeared in rLos tuck in a coordinated U.S.-Na- Underwood _
Edwin M. Andrews vs. Byron Wlnn days Streeter Rewls Jr. Glen St Service StMio" 736 N. Main St., vs She couldn't
court.
end the c-nvzsstng board for the recent Mary. not attending traffic school. $15 Joe Calney. 1504 NE 5th Place $15.44 Angeles tlonalist Chinese amphibious Dealer _
city election. suit contesting the results or 10 days; Charlie C Small 4011 NW and $* costs. prove berage.Armette exercise c a 11 e d "0 per ation i
of the election. eth St. no tall light $20 or five days; General Finance Loan Comoany vs.
Emil Benesh vs Robert E Hunter Charles L Miller, Jacksonville three George L. and Ann Robert., 2225 NW eth Backpack" being conducted off 20" CUT
and Margaret A Hunter suit 'e enforce worthless check charges restitution Court $377.50. $34.$2 Interest and $4 the 1960 winner of Lifetime .
the .
a mechanics lien on a home built by and $75 court costs; Bertha L Watts costs. Miss coast of Taiwan. guarantee* cycle $3895
the
Crumpton BuiLder 122 SE 4th Ave. worthless check restitution Caries M. Hope Electric CompanyInc. the Miss U.S.A. title in Backpack is an exercise to steal l>as' 2 H.P.
Emil Benesh vs Myrtle J Nelson and $20 costs; Norman L Wester vs. Jimmy Johnson, 1405 SE 13th World contest but disqualified
and Eddie Nelson suit to enforce a making a false application for a drivers Place. $5.15 and $4 costs. test the amphibious capabilities WE SERVICE AND REPAIR ALL MOWERS
mechanics lien on a home built by license $20 and 10 days Jack El- University Chevrolet Company vs. because she was only 15, was I
Crumpton Builders rod, worthless check restitution and Albert MotXey. 1222 SE 10th St. S35.3J and readiness of the forces of
Other Final Decree $20 cuts; Tonla Barrow Bishop; 3915: and $4 coats.University ordered to bring a birth certificate -the Seventh Fleet and the Na-'
Associates Discount Corp vs Eddie SW 20th Drive, driving without a license Chevrolet Company vs. court to substantiate her C. B. BOHANNON JR.
and Ruthle Ma. ,Means. J and J Construction $20 court costs; Ivory hub Eady, A C. Terry d-b-a ACTerry Garage to tionalist Chinese Navy."Backpack" ComtleH, Off Is.Outfittn i ,
Company and John Henry Hawthorne violating drivers license restrictions Fort White. $117 JS and $4 costs. plea that her marriage to Berle
$25 or 15 days and reckless Neal Rain is similar to
Gainesville Dally Sun vs. I
Property tales of tnora than $1.000 driving $35 or 30 days; 3475 NW 10th Ave., $74.BO and $4 costs.J. occurred before her 18th birth those exercises conducted periodically 601 W. Univ.' Av Easy Terms
recorded last week In'the office of Cir Robert Vance Caddy, Hawthorne, L. Reynolds d-b-a Junior's Auto (P.O. Box 11)fhoni1712555 2.9561
FR
cuit Court Clerk J. B. Carmichael. with reckless driving.. $35 or 15 days; Gar. ServIce. 445 NW 27th Ave., vs. Melvin by units of the Seventh S. E. 7th St. at 8th Ave. Ph.
prices figured from state tax stamps netta Smith Gregory 3009 SE Hawthorne James Durden. Archer. $40 and $4 costs. day.Her
affixed to the deeds: Road, Improper drivers license, Goddard Gainesville Inc 103 S. Reaction Fleet with SEATO and other -
Phiiin' .f. Iu"r.lr... -. and- Marlon L $20; Jake Anderson Irvine, driving Main St. vs. Marianne Malnard. and 1st I
Fluhr: to Santa Fe River Development I without a license $35 or 30 daysi Richard Norman Maddox ... Spring TV Ho-
Company, property In sections 32, town- Harold Spielman, Orange Springs, meata. *",.'7 and $11 costs Off
ahlp seven, range 17 S4.000. speeding, traffic school and $20 costs Goddard Gainesville Inc. vs. L. Ch V- Scared Him
Burton W. Ames and Effle Doran Robert Smith Stephenson Georgia fonte d-b-a United TV Post Office Box
j Ames to Donald F. Cross and Nancy F. Seegle Hall speeding traffic school 13705. University Station* $52249 and
Cross. lot 5. Maple Hill, SS 400. and $20 costs. and driving without a $10 costs. FORT WORTH, Tex. (APA
William A. Ftaley Jr. and Peggy S. license $20 costs; Grant Sullivan 2513 I Joseph Silverman d-b-a Sllverman's SUPPORT ELECT !
- Flnley to H Inc., lot 15. block M, First NE 4th Ave reckless driving, traffic vs. Ellis H. Smith 214D Flavet III, grocery clerk thwarted a would.be
w Addition to Carol Estates $14,000. school and $20 costs $41.17 and $4 costs. robber by yelling the first
Fred Mason aid Frances D. Mason Estreated the ::t'PIO: Roy Virgil Baird Hardware Company vs. Peoples -
to Leo F. Mines and Ruth E. Hints lot Burton, Orlando, del. both Supply. cln. of Palatka, Elmer R. thing that came into her mind.
4. block C. Magnolia Heights $10.500. speeding $35; John A Mathls driving Robinson. (KatherIne C Robinson andJ.
Lester C Hodge and Annie G Hodge while Intoxicated. $150 and drivers license W. King. S444.S2 and $13 costs. Mrs. Dorothy Lee Kingry, a
to Robert A. Burtord and Dlncy M. suspended; Robert H. Allen Jr. Thomas R. Hanssen and WDVH Radio clerk in Walkers Grocery Store,
3304 SW 4th Court running a stop sign.
Burtord lot 10. Stephen Foster Heights Station vs. B. L Banks and Ruth A.
$21.500. $20 Jesse James Glllespie. Island Banks $700 and $11 costs. I said a young gunman came
Otto A. Kahllch and Mat N. Kahllch Grover. making a false application for White Electric and Battery Service
to F. W. Oliver and Marie M. Oliver a drivers license $35; Danny Joe vs. S. C. Downs d-b-a S. C. Down and in and demanded all the moneyin
property In block one, the estate of Mrs. Reardon Sumter N. C.. displaying a Sons 411 NW 31st Ave. $45 tt and $4costs the cash register.
license tag Improperly, $35; R.D."BOB" JORDANMAY
Moore's addition to High Springs.
S. C.
( 11,500. Prince Green Jr, Waynesboro, Ga Gainesville* Conditioned Air Inc. 1132 Mrs. Kingry said she
Willis Ford and Caries H. Ford to driving without a license* $35; Silas SE 4th st., vs. Gordon L. Hendry, 3707
the of her voice
Jones, Largo, an unauthorized shouted at top :
Hans J. Raab and Marianne R. RUb allowing NW 22nd Place S22J4 and $* costs.
property In section 24." township nine person Knowles,to Greenville drive. $35 violation; Hylen of Jerrlll drivers "Turn the machine gun on him,

-ranoe 22.' S1.SSORay license restrictions. $35; Joel H. Mr. Walker."
and Catherine Pearsonto
Pearson Langford. not having a life saving! device Fine Dodging
W Harmon property In section
Joseph In boat $25; Bert Nelson Route The gunman fled without any
township nine 20 $2,100.
34. range 2. Box I. failure to report an accident
Hugh Edwards Inc. to Scllen Ttaford Immediately $35; Lois R Parker, Ocala money. '
lot 44, LIbby Heights, $20.300. LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) -Albany -
fishing without a license. $25
GeraldIneJones "It was the only thing I could
W. T. Jones and W.
-Continued charges against James librarian Bernice
to James E. Brooks and Harriet E. W Moyles. Micanopy. driving without County think of Mrs. said. 5th
Court Manor, Kingry
lot 74. Highland
Brooks. a license; L D Edmans. driving Karraker got her laundry home
112.700.Hugh while license revoked; Verdie R Ratio,
Edwards Inc. to Wards B. Sties 2S39 SE 15th Ave. disorderly conduct; only to find that'someone had .
and Arllne G. She. lot 47. Carol Estates Harold W. Coffin. Jacksonville, worthless slipped something in with the
South. $11 400. W Cromwell 1124
check Adam
Hugh Edwards Inc. to Paul O'Brienand NW Sits Ave; withholding support; Her. garments. It was a library book ElectricalATTIC
Betty J. O'Brien lot 41. Carol Estates man L Cruce, Alachua, possession ofa I
South. $14.000 fraudulent drivers license; Eugene three months overdue.
Margaret Martlneau" to Leona Bender I Lewis, 1130B NE 25th St. burning
property In section 33, township woods Richard Lee Owens, .Plant City. I
tIM. range 22. $11300 worthless check; George A. Peoples, FANSI
.Frances Marie Peters Allen and 1130A NE 25th St withholding support; Orchids I
Jfcbert H. Allen to Edna Huey lot two Balnes, 1227 SE 11th .
block ....... range four Ropers Addition and withholding Alphonso support Ter -S RisIdentM e Comnnrcul YOUR I Ijjj

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to G.lne"fUOO. For
Dismissed charge against J In.
Industrial I
William R. Cote and Dorothy Pearce Rlggs, 1703 NW 3ttn Ter. and Laura II
Coyce to Roy L. Lasslter Jr. and Tucker 3814 SW 30th Drive both driving CALL
Dorothy S. Lasslter. property In section without licenses; and James J Her
e e eCREVASSE
10.Vera township Louise If. range Beiano 20.and$2.100.Pierre A. Ozment In a boat not having a life saving device C. P. Dressier

Beano| to J.- Russell Heath Jr. and
Jacqueline A. Heath property In blnck BUILDING PERMITS FLORIST : Electrical Contractor
one range ,Ix. Elliott and L'Engle's March 27- April 3 I
Addition to Gainesville. W.OOO. City 2015 S.E. Hawthorne Rd. Phone FR 6-6193 I Ii SHERIFF
Capital Enterprises Inc. to RobertN. Llncoi"5tes, 1105 SE Ifth St, ml- Phone FR 6-2514 % :
910 N.W. 4th St. ;
Lee Jr. and Carole Colby Lee lots dance, $7,000. 'TfUftm i :
It and 27 and part of lots U and 3$. Lircoi.is.atM, 1741 SE 13th Place, I
Meador's Division. block 14 Bailey's residence $7,000. ,
Addition to GaInesville K4JOO. W. M. ShenkeU 1231 NW 34th Ter..

A. and E. Construction Company Inc. residence 20000........ ATTENTION FREEZER OWNERS! .
to Albert Ernest Edwards and Luclle H. Joseph L. A" in, 1T2J NE 7th'lace -

Edwards, lot 39. Hazel Heights Sub- residence $4.100. _ 491_ '

division.Lee Daniels$10.000.and Edna Daniels to Wit- MEAT ROOMCALL Check his Record!

ton Conyous Phllman and Mary PhyllliPhllman. MORTGAGE MONEY BILL'S
property In section 21,' townShip -
5 % IHTIIt.ESTTERMS
eight range II. $5.700 372.3514
R. G. Hodge and Imogen Uodge to TO 25 YEARSBUYBUILD.REFINANCE
C J Wood and Mary.Lee Wood prop.
arty In section seven township 10 range CALL BORN 1925, West Palm Beach, Florida.

It, Si. 00. '
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_ Chester P. Goss and Ann C. Goss ta I DAN BYRD BUY EDUCATED Educated In the schools of Florida and the
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Carml J. Link lot 15. Lea TrarcoiWoods I 825 N.W. lltfc STRUT '
Subdivision. SI 400.
__ S. A. Webb and Alberta M. Webb V I PH. I* 22511MONEY I University of Florida: BAE 1949, MED 1954.
I Lloyd ... White and RoxU J. White. loti I L WHILE GOOD

I I I I HIALcv AND. CHOICE BEEF He Will Serve YOU BeSt! SERVICE: US. Marine Corps WWII & the Korean War.

IOUP4D PRICES ARE AT

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; LOWEST
; % THEIR Wounded in action on the island of Guam.

PAYMORE I I 4OUND ..1

I i 2 *STIA % GovernmentGraded "I FAMILY: Married; wife Betty, son Joe, age 5 and daughter Jill, age 3.



RUMP : TRAINED and EXPERIENCED: Served 3 years with the Alachua County Sheriff's Department. Conducted -


i 4 $151.01 CHOICE, GOOD investigations, worked traffic, served civil papers and performed other duties and responsibilities


I 4, Standard Available of the Department. Served as County Safety Officer. Completed a course in safety educationand


: .4 public relations ot Florida State University sponsored by the Florida Highway Patrol. Helped

Well cit sad wia.. Iud

a tli. war yu wa.t it organize and directed the Junior Deputy Sheriff's League. Served 5V4 years as the Chief Counselorand

1Joi I fact. come i*
WT -
you
No Unnecessary Middleman $10.4-K and watch! Wt will abe Administrator of the Juvenile Court. Served successfully in this responsible position and is well

Low Overhead 0 Modest Profits 0.5
4 cut and wrap your .*.
Use Your Central Charge Plan-or Cash & Carry 5 beef, if Inspected. Frets.in informed in court procedure.

First Quality Merchandise and Courteous Service cws STIAK at no extra charge.


REDWOOD STAIN OIL BASE a. ACHIEVEMENTS: Citation from the Veterans Administration for service to veterans. Recipient of

HOUSE PAINT

N .1U.mN&s-aawooe.aua :: CONTAINS THin I 6 '- % HINDQUARTERS* the "Man and Boy" award from the Gainesville Boys' Club. Recipient of the "Outstanding Citizen's

MUMW IMMMTOKso
.OMTANT PM&JNY.aIcAT.TAM 5 a so pesues evuVF 0 Raved (Rum Roast Steak Award" for 1961 from the Gainesville Civitan Club. This award represents contribution by example
w.s pinolNIVA7I5 ao.ut Ground Beef. Heel .f Round
.. CILIaW wosa 111
a 51L5 cLWlIS Soup BoMs.II.
a. SMeki (Sirloin Steak ttrWn Tto.) and deed to the building of good citizenship.
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N .. rwcs Men. FOR $UARTlU:
a-o.w... 0 9
: ese.uTve rrc. e at rot weoe ini OM MLTA&emit asS40 Rife American Legion, VFW, Civirans and is active In professional organizations en crime and de

&J.NEy uc 'J GROUND Owe Plate (Plait ,,". Ground
EVIRY 1m Ground Beef.)

$ 24GM. FREE $698 EVTRYMomiCcvttm FREE WG J.cwr asTIW Owck Beef.) (Owck Roast, Stew, linquency.

Brisket Ground Beef -

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FINANCING


PAINTS_ 10. AVAILABLE YOUR ACTIVE VOTE AND SUPPORT WILL BE APPRECIATEDPAID

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I : The 'Big Season'' Nears Its End in Fla.I FLORIDA ENJOY FLORIDA Swimming LIVING IN Pool A 1 I j



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By JOE MCGOWAN JR. public, and legalized gamblingin "Let's face it., From Decem- have .a steak cookout, the old on old people. is more tourist capacity than
MIAMI, Fla. (AP) Winter I Puerto Rico and the Bahama ber to April we make' money. guard will be there. But if you "Younger people have Jobs- all of Europe." by Rivers Construction Co.A .
-4s that time of year when Islands have had an effect on The rest of the year we try' to have a formal inside function, they come down for a week or
birds, race horses, golfers, so- the season. lose as little I,as possible,",says where its easier to see and be two, but even when they do, "Vacations" are a big business QUALITY POOL Backed by a
ialities, ordinary citizens and Harold Gardner, publicist for seen,:you attract the new set. they don't have the money to Gardner said. "People FULL 5 YEAR WARRANTY
.an assortment of underworld The appeal has been put I the Fontainebleau Hotel. A littlefarther south is the spend. You take the old people have money these days. Theyare
across-.so- well that more than willing to spend bat'they:
head south. from here and this wouldbe
types Club Boulevard Retirement Hotel away ,
Indian Creek ,
Country 2 SIZES 16x32 and 20x40
million
2Y. persons swarm-al- must have value for it, and -
This helps keep Florida green most lemming style to winter situated on an island dredged where $85 a month will pay for a desert. they are entitled to it." Priced at $3,000 to$3,500
-the color of a dollar bilL Millions vacationland.,They spend about from Biscayne Bay and acces- room, board, and incidentalslike Between the extremes there I NO MONEY DOWN-5 YR. FINANCINGWITH
of them in fact. 600 million green dollars. The sible only over a well-guarded cigarettes and crossword are vacation facilities which will I
I'bridge, represents the high society puzzles. meet the needs of just about I
season now opens in EACH POOL YOU GET
The winter season is many NOVember. of the winter Maury Appel, who the any visitor. I
and runs through portion sea- runs I Filter System Skimmer Pool Brush Diving Board
things to many people. hotel, told an interviewer: "This "The Greater Miami area
son.Club DIAMOND Pool Light Test Kit Step Ladder Vacuum Cleaner
To the wealthy and ultra- Air conditioning for cars, Manager Bob Grant says, area is becoming an older per- can house 180,000 visitors in anyone Leaf Net
wealthy is the four-month period buses and public buildings -has "We,have more self made men sons' haven. This area depends day," Gardner said. "That,
helped 'make Florida to FOR FREE ESTIMATE NO OBLIGATIONRIVERS.CONSTRUCTION
a CALL -
year-
when their gay party cir- today than 25 years ago. There
"cuit shifts from New York, round vacation attraction. Fam-: has been a shift to the rich Lunch Where Your Friends Lunch- Acrtu Fram Grey HowidStYtien CO.

Philadelphia, Detroit and Mon- ilies'' with school-age children common man and, possibly ,be- WHERE?
'treal to the slightly-less-formal find the summer heat and cause of this, less formality."The 1909 EAST 5th STREET
atmosphere of the Surf Club, In- humidity not overpowering.But old guard are not so tematttlla- DIAL: 622-7049 OCALA,
dian Creek Country Club, Bis- the emphasis is still on much interested in dressingwith : PAY NICHf 622-7048 FLA.

'cayne Bay Island Estates and "the season." the diamonds ,etc. If you 70S WEST UNIVERSITY. AVENUE w .. .. .. u'" __ -
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the Miami Beach hotel row. -. -.. --"- _._ ----- _. ,

To Mr. and Mrs. Average

.John Doe, it is two weeks of .. You're Cordially Invited WHY
trying to stretch a vacation :

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fund over jacked-up motel or <
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hotel "season" rates, trips to =; : s t J to HOME BEAUTIFUL'S : "" -
countless tourist attractions tc :I { .

watch porpoises, alligator :
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wrestling and swam -bugg11 7jJQFf1ZI

races and to buy a few .. ..,. ,-.. .. ,.' -- .. ,
ties-of sunburn cream. 1
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To a newlywed couple it
chance to take advantage "



.special'plans hotels.Then working offered rate there honeymoon are people by some several who Florida leave thousand ..!'!I! :: LI, / : : i/ : j3.J1t41A3 :GJl', .. ..,... c" -i.tA.',' -. .



their jobs in Catskill Mountain] ; :;];i1ltlj: k

resorts, Northern race tracks I .
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Coney Island or Atlantic City!, :;{-. '- '
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and pick up similar jobs in Mi-' : - --

ami. _

A few hundred other "work-, : _, on A. '
Ing" people also move their operation
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to Florida's sunny 7l J/..

_ :"fcold-up pockets shores.,artists These gamblers,include gem,thieves the bookies pick-and, ; kotAJt, Is-- '-' -- -So-



among dope is pushers.It Floridians a .standard that winter's remark c ikJU1jf: %% :r-'y"e: TheDiscriminating


first southbound plane brings .

'the rich. The underworld catches .
the second plane.

The jet plane, the Communist Customer!
takeover In Cuba, political instability !-

in the Dominican Re- THIS AfTERNOON 3 'TIL 7 p.m. e CONVENIENT PARKINGWe


,. had, you In mind when we

City PlannerRecruiting B e I Inspired Browse Through Our H ome I overs' Paradise j and picked look this at your location.leisure.Park free


Bursting with Glorious New Creations and Decorating Ideas! COMFORT

Shop with ease in oir conditioned
Four AidesCity Be Rewarded See How You Can Awaken Your Home with comfort! Just-a no genuine pressure i ,interest no hurryup in-

pleasing you and making your
Values Colorful Fresh the Season! home charming place to live.
Planner David Godschalk as as Exciting, as as
is on a speaking and recruiting
expedition at the national con- v S BE OUR GUEST
ference of the American Societyof FREEREFRESHMENTS A hot cup of coffee or a refresn-

Planning Officials in Boston.He s i NO SELLING TO'D'AY ing and cold enjoy drink.yourself Come while In you, relax are

hopes to fill four. jobs /. browsing around.TO' .
created by the recent expansionof : EVERY
his department here.He's -.:::: .'. ; VAST SELECTIONS
'fT' VISITOR Women! come to Home Beautiful not only to shop for things they have e
also scheduled Whether lean toward Contemporary
to
speak. you
-' decided upon beforehand, but also to learn to see new things to be or Traditional Provin-
Godschalk"' will be a member ..a entertained, to become aware of latest developments in home, furnishings complete selection to choose from
oi a panel slated, to discuss with our complimentsjust I to become furrriture-fashion.wise among the notions most fomou*
"Trends and Problems in the I for coming in. brand.
Planning Profession" cial I or Early American, there's a)
Tuesday ,
Bring 'the' family browse around for ideas enjoy our refresh-
afternoon. -
ti.) ments. Take your time. Today is exclusively yours. We'll stay in the
His part of the discussion will background: but, as proper and delighted hosts, we'll answer your quesDJf9RATING AID

be presentation of a paper on tions and greet you with a sincere handclasp. Your color, home new warmth can sing, wathhone'

"The Theory and Practice Gap.1 tality.. It's easier than you may
The,paper is the result think. Just take a cue or two
recent master's degree work. from our decorating aid service
with a string attached.
never
He'became Gainesville's planner REMEMBER, OPEN HOUSE TODAY FROM
upon graduation from the a
University of North Carolina.He :? .!" )L.. 3 TIL 7 P.M. ,FRIENDLY STORE

.- < ,k .;.; .< '' E" Stores may be alike I In appearance
was financed at the UnIverSity A \' 3 5 aa o .R b : v and merchandise, but
by a fellowship from r' N o ; there's often a great difference
the Pittsburgh Plate Glass Association. .. in the service they give. Shop
Beautiful and if
Home see youdon't
,. agree.PRICING.
The association is sponsoringhis

;Boston trip. The annual t 3 .' POLICY
meeting of the nation's planners 2t A store that merits your confidence -
began yesterday and will run a where everyday is not
through Thursday.'landLubber'. i ,z. "BIG SALE DAY,** but where
$ > honest values and low prices are
offered consistently:on fine furniture
1 0't carpeting and draperies.


Takes to Swim I 'r gr"llll.bs Jt 9 GUARANTEiD PRICES__ .
t 'a When prices are guaranteed to.
DENVER (AP) For a man r U ;' t' be the lowest on Identical Items
who used to be afraid of waterand and service or the' differenca'. wltT

.didn't learn to swim until Ri. iR' t be cheerfully refunded.

he was middle-aged, Dr. Harry S S
I V* Bigelow has come a long :- : V\l\'t 0 ASSURANCE OF

way--and swum a long way. oo l AJISFACTIONYour _
The local launcheda satisfaction Is our first
osteopath '
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e r 7
learn-to-swim crash ; .
programin .US\-: t; ,: f guarantee of quality and high
1949 at the Denver Athletic --- ; value for your money. You
Chib' swimming pooL *'I decided 'to 0\1'1 \s\er. couldn't ask for more don
re9
\\\\09 aria ,\o\\e ., ': ;i settle for less!
o
to learn to swim .
or drown, \ "...n\G I
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he recalls. It took him two ,--d l'\we "c.t teS- .
years before he could swim .R%oQ scot o p m ..DEPENDABILITY
the length of the pool o .r oe : \ We're not the oldest store toe
But once past that point he 7a' \.oropfQ\ town but we seem to be the
,
poeOr is Important -
I Integrity
fastest growing.
e
made up for lost time. Swim- teGotOett'e't ; and people like our honest
ming for an hour every week- I'Jt009 \e j. .. values
day at noon, he has amassed a I ueu"_ s >feO\.0\\1"-n te\\eZ 5, Ipu1ri I '; .
total of 2,040 miles in the Athletic C"Oten C194: : CREDIT PLANS
Club pool or more than I \W1f\ ..-- Manufacturer's representatives will be on hand to Charge accounts for thirty sixty
the distance from Denver to J or ninety days with no carrying
New York., On his semi-annual ''3 and show i films. charge. Monthly i payments up to
interesting
answer questions 3o months. .
vacations he goes to Hawaii :
Jamaica, Mazatlan, Mexico and '
Las Vegas to swim, but that .. RED S9BP. 'j-EJ.lYE R'l .
doesn't go on his official rec Experienced delivery men willdeliver
ord. << your furniture wHh utmost
are anywhere within our trade
,- area et absolutely no cost to you.
Poland Rejects OMB
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SHOPPING
WARSAW Poland (AP-The CONVENIENCE
Polish Communist regime has For your shopping convenience we
qoJetly rejected a formal protest 4 i are open til 9 clock on Monday
last month by 34 noted 1703 NORTH ,MAIN, ,STREET and Friday nights other weekdays
9 a.m. til 6 ;...
ers and scholars against writ-j
censorship and cultural



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( i' Plant Push Sewer Work Area Frost Damage



V4* ,
VVVrV At StarkeSTARKE


t .i Fun speed aheadas

1 t r : been ordered on Starke's
r / Hit MillionCORAL
May $1
t ? ; roject for a $584,000 sewerage
MHr 7 L V : ; oreatment: plant and sewer

> y V V 4t lines, according to Mayor Ran-
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T ] dal Chitty. .

11jr 1 He said the)
Hf > bonding com

3 r 1' 3 Y''aJ /,, pany Barcus, Kindred & Co., Many Question
H v. nwM has already issued an order for SNAKES

Zy the printing of the bonds to finance -
,3 the project and that con-, Marks in

x ,N k '-V_ L ''C' struction by the plans engineering are in processnow firm of.1 NEEDED FOR SERUM FigureBy


Reynolds, Smith and Hills. CORAL SPRINGS (AP) About 2,000 live coral snakes in BUZZ MIXSON ures that if he can sell $200

sy The "go ahead" signal was assorted rises are needed for anti-snakebite serum and re- Sun Area Editor worth of melons per acre he can
; yt received Tuesday in Circuit search, snake specialist Ross Allen said Saturday. The final assessment of frost make money. Taking the $200
s Court here when in validation Only professional make hunters should take on the damage to crops in this part of figure and multiplying it by an
procedings, Judge George L. job, Alien said. Coral makes are highly! venomous and should the state last week may run estimated 6,000 acres killed in
Patten approved issuance of a never be hunted handled. by inexperienced persons. well'over $1 minion. Alachua, Gilchrist and Levy
Forest Queen HopefulsThese refunding bonds totaling $2,085- Allen said he appealed to more than 200 snake hunters in But attached to the dollar counties, the resultant possibleloss
000. Of that total, $1,235,000 central Florida. marks are a lot of question of revenue comes to $1.2

11 .tovlies'will be vying;for,the Dixie County Forest Queen title as a will be used to refund bonds at The coral snake Is found In all areas of Florida, but the Oca marks and a lot of "ifs" to be million.
preliminary to the annual ,Dixie: Forestry Festival April 17 and 18. They are, a lower rate of interest, with a la- Marion County area accounts for most of those caputred taken into consideration.The I And this Isn't counting the

from left, Elizabeth Hopkins, 'Stacey Jones, :Mary Brown, Joy Elene Chavous, saving to the city of about $50,- alive. percentages of the various damage to pastures, tobacco
Etta Louise Driggers, Kathryn Land, Diane Osteen, Judith Ann Hartshaw, 000. The remaining $800,000 will The eastern coral snake, technically micrurus fulvius, is a crops that were killed outright and truck crops, including beans
Dnicffle Hodge, Shirley Cooper and Penny Davis. The queen contest is one of cover the cost of the sewerage shiny "candystick" snake.with colored rings circling the body. have been fairly well established (the hardest hit), pepper, cucumbers -
the highlights of the Festival-sponsored by the Dixie County Chamber of plant and other improvementsyet Quickest mark of identification is the black snout which dis- but what the actual loss cantaloupes and
Commerce. to be decided upon by the tinguishes it from the'scarlet king snake or scarlet snake, bothof in dollars was probably will squash.
.J. City Council. which have light, pinkish or red snouts. never be known; for that woulcFVUVA I An estimated 1,200 acres of

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d. .n { "'hat k beans were planted this "ear Cft
an
mar
The Tf bUb t J "M
Nab Man city's present sewerage value of the the Alachua-Hague-Lacrosse
Assault crops would have -
Charge plant was recently condemnedby
been-if they had survived the Lake Butler area. Roy Cellon
the State
Board of Health as
Dickinson Burns frost-and what the yield and other growers estimate the
inefficient and
For Starke hence, unsanitary
would have been, depending on damage to this crop at 10. 25
Is Ended what the weather of the current: per cent. A seven to 10-day de
AssaultSTARKE Inquiry growing season turns out to be. lay in harvesting is expected.

Ike Explains Hit Back at Foes The crops had a good start, Some fields of tobacco reportedly

LAKE BUTLER State At- can issued this written state- weatherwise. There was plentyof were wiped out entirely
A Hampton, Negro torney T. E. Duncan has com- ment GOP LeaningsNEW I moisture in the soil (too but the overall damage to tobacco
James Sermon, wantedfor pleted his investigation of an ; By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Friday night at Daytona! much in some areas). is not expected to run very

an.alleged assault on a white assault complaint against Union "My office has completed the YORK (AP) Former The two candidates for governor Beach, Karl told a crowd of several But, as Roy Cellon, grower high.
Some
Sheriff's Bradford County woman, was County, Sheriff John Whiteheadwith investigation of -the complaint President Dwight D. Eisenhower who have been criticized thousand a fish fry that I, and produce marketer in the and pepper cucumbers is being replanted -

Department Thursday. the conclusion that he made on March 12, 1964, by E. said today that he is a Re- most often_and hardest by their as governor he would seek to LaCrosse area, put it, to esti- that were hit by the and frost squash
Sermon, who Is 28, had been found no need for further action B. Andrews that he had been publican because Democratsare rivals have struck back. take from the State Milk Commission mate the dollar loss of the vari- expected to come out of it and are
committed to a mental institu- by the state attorney's of assaulted by Sheriff John leading the country toward Fred O. Dickinson of West its authority to fix retail -ous crops would involve "pull" make a crop.Alachua .
tion but escaped and later allegedly fice.The Whitehead, Deputy Sheriff Al- centralized rule. Palm Beach and Haydon Bums' prices. ing a figure out of the sky. Agent Farrell noted
the loss
Probably biggest
assaulted the woman fred A. Sweat and of Jacksonville, regarded as
Carol that
Whitehead Grayon pastures that had been fertilized
complaint against The commission has useful
"I assure you that I am not a caused by the white mantle of
Wednesday at her home on was made by E. B. An March 4, 1964. We have being an alarmist for partisan among the top contenders, each function in protecting the dairy frost that descended on the and put on good growth

South US-301. drews, Lake Butler city councilman -heard the sworn testimony of purposes," Eisenhower said in delivered a counter attack inFriday's farmer's prices, he said, but state early Tuesday morningwas were blackened by the frost.
who claimed that Whitehead 16 witnesses, and they failed. campaigning.Burns And a lot of home vegetable
the
Sermon is charged with as. an article in the Saturday there is no doubt the 'current to watermelon crop.
Deputy Sheriff Alfred A. to substantiate Andrews' com- told voters at Fort gardens were total losses.
sault with intent to commit Evening Post. milk: commission has imposedhas The biggest melon countiesin
rape. Bradford County Judge Sweat and Carol (Georgia Boy) plaint against Whitehead and Pierce that the contestants mak harassed small independents the area, Alachua, Gil- Truck crops in Levy and Git-
Theron Yawn set bond at $3,500. Gray of Lulu had assaulted him Sweat. "I do not fear that the Unit- ing such sharp attacks on other who want to give the house- christ and Levy- have a totalof christ are planted on a very
on March 4. "Court records in the Union ed States faces any immediate candidates may be doing them- wife a lower price. about 12,000 acres devoted. to small basis, so damage here
Sheriff P. D. Reddish said that I selves was not estimated.
damage.
threat of moral or financial this
Deputies Robert Green and Russell Andrews made his complaintto County, Judge's office reveal "The governor's office can be Scott Kelly of Lakeland.campaigned -' crop. All in all, the frosty exit of
bankruptcy or a political tyranny. and
County agents
that March 5 growers
on 1964, Carol
: the state attorney's office on in Miami, hitting hard
Redding worked on the the month of March caused
respected only as the governor have estimated that at least con
March 12. At that time, Duncan Gray was arrested for assault at his intention to seek the
repeal siderable hurt to
conducts himself and shows respect 50 of the watermelonsin pocketbooksand
said his office would investigate and battery on Andrews and of the increase in percent
the
"However, it seems all to cost the feelings of Northcentral
for each and citi-
these three counties
case.NATO io determine whether a felony paid a $25 fine after pleading clear that in many significantways every of automobile licenses. He said were Floridians. The dollar damage
zen, Burns said. killed outright the frost.
by
Chief had been committed and in that guilty to the charge. he also would to establish
we have headed aWay Dickinson told voters at Tam- attempt Other melons that were just never will be known exactly. It
event it would come under the "I do not find from my in- from reliance on individual pa that "there are men in this a four-year college for nipped by the frost will havea could be wen over $1 million.
jurisdiction of his office. vestigation any basis for fur common sense and toward a race who have attacked every Dade and Broward Counties. delayed harvesting date. 1 There are aU the variables to

To Resign I After questioning 16 witness-I ther action by the State Attorn- 'poppa knows best' federal constructive idea we have come Gilchrist County Agent Jim! figure.

I es in Lake Butler ey's office. rule." out with. But they are whistling AntiSemiticBooklet Yelvington figured that half of

1 3fa m flnrk 2Itmji a tune in the darkness. I am an estimated 5,000 acres of wat- Door-to-Door

By DREW MIDDLETON sure no matter how cleverly ermelons in his county was wip
Old Hotel in Starke Gets they phrase their criticism, the RappedMOSCOW ed out by the frost. Cancer Drive
PARIS Dr. Dirk U. Stik- .
The 50 cent loss
< voters of Florida won't buy sucha (AP) The Soviet i per figure
ker has announced that he will 'also holds true for estimated
hollow product from a candidate -Communist party has de- an
retire sometime this I 4,000 acres of melons in Levy Due in Starke
summer as for
nounced
governor. an anti-Semitic booklet
1 secretary-general of North Atlantic Razing in Clean-Up DriveBy John Mathews Jr. of Jackson- published by the Ukrainian Agent County Leonard, according Cobb.to County STARKE Bradford Coun-

Treaty Organization. ville in his campaigning tied Academy Sciences, the Com
ty's Cancer Drive will be
Alachua conducted
County's 3,000 acres
Dickinson with the Farris Bryant
munist
Stikker told the North Atlantic SAM McGARVEY I! The Commercial Hotel, built with a sheet or blanket if need administration. He also party paper Pravda- re- of melons sustained 40-60 per on a house-to-house basis

Council his medical advisors Sun Staff Writer .when trains provided the chief ed.- took a few swipes at State De- ported Saturday. cent damage, according to as during the coming week, according -

had told him he could not STARKE Part of the old:means of transportation, was a "In the same article, Prew. velopment Commission Director I Pravda quoted the ideological sessments by County Agent Wil- to Gene Shaw, chairman of '
Commercial Hotel, located in I.favorite stopping place for itt wrote: Wendell Jarrard. Mathews said committee of the Communist burn Farrell and Lester Hodge, the event.
continue in the post. the Nasworthy block along the strawberry buyers and "drum- I that Jarrard had numerous side :party's Central Committee as veteran melon grower and brok- "Volunteer workers will call
The alliance faces an urgent railroad, is being torn down mers," and at peak seasons "The Atlantic, Suwannee Riv enterprises in addition to his saying the booklet had helpedthe at homes here in Starke during
task of finding a successor to during Starke's CleanUp, guests sometimes lept out on er 9 Gulf Railroad had head- job of directing the develop- enemies of the Soviet Union er.Hodge pointed out that in ad the week," Shaw said, "and I
the lawn. quarters at Starke. Out in theBurnett's and harmed "our dition to the watermelon reven- hope that the public will give)
Stikker at an awkward mo 1 Paint-Up, Fix-Up drhe.Mayor ment commission. ideological
ment. NATO's basic principles. Randal Chitty praisedC. Fenton M. Prewitt, editor of Lake and La- Fred Karl of Daytona Beach education work" in promoting ue loss, thousands of dollars in generously" to this worthy
Crosse districts
-integration in defense and in- H. Nasworthy, owner of the the Florida Starke Advocate in a pass- aimed criticism directly at Bryant I atheism. fertilizer and seed "went out cause.
terdependence with the United property, for his public spirited the 1890, and later city editorof I. enger would holler have from trouble in He said that Bryant dis- : The booklet," Judiasm With the window." Some growers are
action. said "Mr. the Gainesville Sun wrote in hearing one a seat replanting but this is an expensive Flower TalkAtWilliston
_ States have been challengedby Chitty beside him, great the played "apparent arrogance and Disguise, has been widely denounced -
so was
General de Gaulle's insis- Nasworthy is to be commendedfor a centennial issue of the Brad noise while the train open indifference to the right of abroad. European and proposition, Hodge said,
national control of this cooperation with the ford County Telegraph: bump-de- and the replanted crop will be
tence on armed the iron the people to know about their II American Communists have
bumped over scrap about three weeks late in reach
forces and military indepen city on the matter. 'Back in those days the rails. But excursions from state government"An joined the outcry.
dence. Pete Novak, manager of the strawberry season usually la ing the harvesting stage.
Starke to Burnett's Lake WHLISTON A program on
werea The of fertilizer distribution
pattern -
Starke-Bradford Chamber of ed from three to five weeks, d
Stikker's often expressedview popular diversion at that in watermelon field flower arrangements, presentedby
a
Commerce, who Is heading up pending on the weather. Ghe
is that "the gclden rule" time. County Land Judging makes it hard Mrs. Otis Bell, will highlighta
the drive, said, "We're tryingto berry buyers filled the Commer- or impossible, of the Williston Worn.an's
meeting
must be integration of defense get Starke's appearance improved cial Hotel ,to overflowing, and And speaking of public utilities to adapt that land to another Club
tomorrow 3:30
and effective two-way coopera and this is one of whatwe at some periods the over f 1 o w then, he added, "Back in Team Wins State MeetAlachua type crop and make use of the Hostesses will be at Mrs. Byron pm.
tion and interdependence with the 1890s few fertilizer Hodge said.
hope will be a number of guests weld sleep on a blanket a kerosene lamps Neal, Mrs. Ross Clark, Mrs. J.
the U. S. The three-weeks delay'In'harvesting
were located at
such efforts. spread on the lawn, covering important
M. English and Miss Irene Me-
street intersections but were Alachua County team, for County 4-H teams also melons may or may not
___ 'seldom' in use. Finally, in 1899a the third time in four years, will copped the stae champion- be harmful as far as the mar- KInnon.
small electric plant was set represent Florida in the 4-H ship in 1961 and 196%. Last year, ket goes. Hodge said that this The club will sponsor a flew-
and although breakdowns dub division of the International an Alachua County 4-H team would make melons in this area er show later this month. Mrs.
up .
were frequent the service did Judging Contest, which is placed second in the state contest come in about the same time as Clarence Mills will be the chairman
encourage everyone to work scheduled April 29-30 in Oklahoma those in Northwest Florida and of this event.

for more improvements. City. South Georgia, but that if there
i Future Farmers of Americaand
This year's Alachua 4-H team was not a heavy crop in Geor- WillistonMeets PTA
"About that time, the Town won the right to compete in the 4-H teams from counties gia, it would not effect the mar
Council set about to call an elec- international contest by placing competed in the state contest ket down here. Tuesday
tion to submit a bond issue of Friday at the Florida School for "
first in the 4-H division of a "What complicates things,
-I $5,000 for lighting facilities and state land judging contest in Boys in Marianna.The Hodge said, "is the fact that WILLISTON The WIlliston
, $12,000 for a water system. We Marianna Friday. Cot t ondale team won watermelons in the Chipleyarea PTA will meet Tuesday night in
do not know what happened to Team members are Reggie first place in the FFA division of Northwest Florida were the high school auditorium, witha
____ the bonding proposition, but Brown of Orange Heights, Steve and will compete in the interna- not damaged at all by the program devoted to "The
we know it was not long before Platt and Harry Trujillo, both tional content. Blountstownwas frost. He explained that a Teaching Profession."
r Starke began to get the public of Gainesville and Ronnie Pren- second in FFA, and the warm breeze from -the Gulf Henry Powell program chairman
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services the people sought and tice of Alachua. They are coached Santa Fe High School FFA team protected the melons in that. will show a film on the
needed. by Associate County Agent A. was third. The Wflliston FF/ area. subject Ninth grade mothers

I _1 p "Back then, people purchased Andrews. team placed fourth.Jr. Hodge said that a grower i\g-\i\will serve refreshments.

;t i gramaphone machines for musical

town's entertainment opera house and was the al-i Hospital Open House Set at Starke I

_ ___ _____ .ys in use in the w i t's
and other well-known stock -

troups played a week or more STARKE Dedication cere-: which doubles the capacity of
h before moving on to the next monies for the new 25-bed addition !- Dedication Is Today the facility, will be put in use

.engagement" to Bradford County Hospital very soon.

\\t Today, few people I nStarke have been scheduled for today For' 25-Bed Addition The addition contains complete .

T__ .: 'can recall either directly or starting at 2:30 pjn. I I maternity facilities,

_.' : from hearsay the days when Master of ceremonies for the I including a nursery private and
_. .the Commercial' Hotel was in occasion win be State Senator: ., members of the Hospital ceremonies, an open house will semi private rooms with baths

Starke Landmark RazedWorkmen !(its glory. To most people it is Charley E. Johns, who will also I 'Board, Starke City Commission be held until 5 p.m. The HospI-II and other facilities.
nothing, but an old building be- deliver the main address.! Bradford County Commission tal Auxiliary and the The $300,000 addition was financed
lug torn down-a relic of a bygone Starke Mayor Randal Chitty! and other officials ganized Candy Stripers win' in part with Hifl-Burton
tear down the old Commercial Hotel which, like other'Important. day-but If those old walls will extend an official welcome. and local docotors.county serve as hostesses. I. federal funds. The contractorwas
buildings in the bygone era, faced the railroad tracks in Starke. ,The,section: :could talk, what a story. they Honored guests at the event I Hospital Administrator R. E. Triest Construction Co. of

shown is the back end of the old structure..(Sun=photo by. SamMcGarvey). 'could,ten! will be State Rep. A. J. Thomas Following the dedication Ed'1nndsc.u said the addition,: Keystone Height .__..


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Juniors (11 and 13). A record and many others. 4 r or Regular VO-5 Crtmt Rust $>

I number of boys are expected to Boys' Club Week All boys + t.q. -. size. $1 plus raxxvtrw .
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invited to bring their glove and i THE : Sfamps
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take part in these clinics and
COMSTOCK SLICED PIE APPLES
get the jump on the baseball

season. The Gainesville Junior PRICE "FRYERBARTER 2 -2 .cans. April. 54e*.lees
Chamber of Commerce will
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Photography Contest- Tommy sO FREEm-50
Douglas took first place, Al
Eckdahl took second place Jw Green Stain
Scott AUsbrook won third, and LEG QUARTER Mi lit srrt.e.rd..i psm
Tom Singleton fourth place in '
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York for judging. The Grand (w/nbs S _
Prize is an all expense paid trip -- EXTRA
to the New York World's Fair. 50 FREE. O 50
Judges In the local contest were Premium
Eddie Davis, Frank Anderson, Black :& White J}{ Green Stamps
Jones. .cr1 a .sos 4.x.1.
4 and Jaycee Betty Derby The Boys' o Inner F ran k SIb. 49c I PENNY DOG FOOD

Club is again cooperating with & 12 tall cans $1
the Gainesville Junior Chamberof .
Commerce in preparing for e down produce la. ... I;) ooo Qffi 'o..orQ90l
j the 1964 Jaycee Derby in July.Boys' Kodacolor x: =
Club members may pick
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the clinics to be held regularlyin 126 p LIMIT 4 PLEASE Y 5 wee' Corn = Jw/ Green St "2psg! p
the Boys' Club woodshop. *l*Ale caps and pwcfcw
Instruction: and assistance will SMUCKEIfS PEACH BUTTER gj
be given each boy by the Boys' I SAWYER'SROTOTRAY BORDEN'S 20-or. jar 43e <=> rapirs
Club woodshop instructor and Wed. April S, 1M4
members of the Jaycees. Boys BISCUITS 10 6-...5xvW 49c B BrE
must be 11 and not over 15 on .
August I, 1964, to be eligible to

participate.Pulley Contest Rusty Witt SLIDE ;: <" ,,'-iJ:"%>_: __O UUU FREE 15 O

Dalton McDavid, and Jimmy PROJECTORS J" Green
Chestnut were winners in the rZ3. Breakfast Club Enrkhej I %rlA Alt covpe,stampsl
National Boys' Clubs of American e USES THE can 4, White Bread 2 reg. 31 Regular Modess
Pulleys Contest. Rusty won NEW ROTOTRAY ,a. loaf 24-ct. pkg.
the Midget (10 and under) Class' CIRCULAR SLIDE Crosse & Blackwell. Assorted wits Wd. Avril t. SM4 a

with copped ten the pulleys Junior; while((11-13)Dalton division TRAY 100 WHICH CARDBOARD HOLDS Jellies . . 58-or.j:;: ,. .. $1 B QOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO6ox.
with nine. Jimmy did 22 SLIDES
which was high for the month Libby's CannedCorned EXTRA'
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In 1621, the Mayflower sailed frozen foods 4-oz.
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<, CHORDSAnd lovely ing with with, and the the pianissimi.The Bach with utmost number Psalm. delicacy outstand-23 sung and{ $ $ $ $ SSSS$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $



Discords second part presented

Mendelssohn and Brahms anda
Prizeword
Puzzle CornerLast
I C- ,BY VERE RICHARDS German folk song by the men,
all excellent. Also a beautiful

.I Randall Thompson number, an I

Gaul's oratorio, "The Holy is the Trial; Part HI, The Cruci- singing with beautiful tone the I American folk song, the very attractive Week's GAINESVILLE SUN PRIZEWORD CONTEST RULES

City", was given a vigorous fixion; and Part I, The Resur- passage beginning, "Then "Little Bird," "Lone- 1. The prize for the correct solution to this Sunday's PRIZEWORD PUZZLE
will be JUS If no correct solution Is received in ttris Sunday's puzzle then J2j
rendition on March 26, Maundy rection. Mary, weeping ." I some alley" with Nancy Roy PrizeivordExplanations In prize money will be added to next week's award making next week's prize $200.

Thursday, by the choir of High- There were two children's The music was broad and' ster soloing and "Great Day,"I 2. If the winning entrant has been a home-deHvered subscriber to The Sun
land Church big and effective. Kesiter only; for the preceding 30 days an extra bonus of $100 will be added. If more than
Presbyterian
choruses, very well sung, and. sweeping in the heavier passages one correct puzzle Is received from home-deHvered subscribers the bonus will
under the direction of Jane Ster- the children, also joined in the but showed great delicacy gave two encores, both good. be divided among them.

I rett, with Dr. Delbert Sterrett,, final chorus, "Ye Victory Bellsof and tenderness in the darker One of the best choirs we've 3. The Sun will pay at least $25 each week for the correctly solved PRIZE-
_
had. WORD PUZZLE. If more than one correct solution to a week's puzzle I Is received
organist and minister of music. Easter,Day." moments. It is an able com- CLUES ACROSS: the prize money. will be divided equally among those submitting the correct -
The minister of the church, position and will command rec- solution.
Rev. William E. Shea, is himself The choruses varied in spiritto ognition.The Diabetes Meet 3. CUP not cap. The clue <. Solve the due as you would any crossword puzzle. Determine from each
I match the text and were Y clue the word which you think best fits the clue definition. Clip out the puzzleor
a fine musician, one of the! very University Choir, Elwood phrase, "he's taken a likingto use a good exact-size hand-drawn facsimile. Mechanical or otherwise wholesale
I clean and well done, and the while lending point toCUP reproductions will not be acceptable. This contest is based oa skill The
soloists when needed, and an voices of the Keester, director Tuesday; Called decision of the fudges shall be final and all contestants taking part must I--
enthusiast on good music. Also I youth choir were night, March 31, gave its ini- TuesdayThe as one of several drinking agree to accept this decision as a condition of entry. All entries become the
especially fitting for the Res- property of the Gainesville Publishing Company and none can be returned.
CUPS in the household
,
t there are trained voices tial program before beginningits say
many surrection Alachua County Diabetes 5. Anyone. except employes of the Gainesville
I section with their enthusiasm makes little for At Publishing Company and their
in the choir. The Holy City has I tour up the coast, ending as sense cap. families, may enter this contest.
and the lovely young Lay Society will hold its monthly the time he the in the
got cap,
not the colossal stature of "TheMessiah" the representative of the Stateof meeting Tuesday at 7:3C 6. After you have filled In the puzzle paste It on the back of a four-cent
beauty. first place, he would normally postcard Mail It from a Florida postoffteo fat Prlzeword Pete. Gainesville
Florida at the opening of the Sun
but is still a magnificent p.m., at the Frank M. Hall "like" dislike it. is P. O. Box 57. Gainesville, Florida. or bring It to the GamesviNe Sun Circu
or Cop
'' work and with the many The solo i s ts were: George New York World's Fair. lation Department Office. 101 SE 2nd Place. All entries, to be eligible for the
Public Health Auditorium.Dr. prize
fine soloists under inspiring di- Brown, Lois Wheeler, J a nice The numbers were well chosen poor. at must, a.m.be We received are not at responsible the Gainesville for entries Sun office lost or not delayed later than In the Wednesday mails-

rection, it became a thrilling Ridgeway, (these two sang ; Dressier, Bach, Willan, Billy Brashear will be the 6. .PAINTER not pointer or Entries enclosed in envelopes cannot be accepted.

performance. The beautiful 1 most of the soprano and alto solos George S c human, Bernhard, guest speaker. All diabetics, printer. The clue suggests thereis r Each 7. There reader can be submit no correspondence not or telephone calls regarding the contest.
may more than FIVE entries In each
week's
choruses, like "The Fining Pot" ) Charles Cromer, Robert Lewkovitch, Tschesnokoff and their friends and interested per- a possible reason why such'has 0GOOD .. A contest
and the "Great and Marvellous"were Mullin, Riki Danburg, Sandra Newbury in the first half. sons, are invited to attend this a lean and hungry look." Circulation copy Department of the Gainesville of the Galnesvifie Sun may Sun be at examined 101 SE free 2nd Place.of charge Gainesville at the

exceptionally well bandied Bonner, and Patricia Rehbein, Of these, all showed great informative meeting. Because of his work with Fla., during regular office hours.

and the women's chorus, PAINT, which dulls the appetite PUZZlE f. Winners, It any, and correct solutions to this Sunday's PRIZEWORD/
will be
announced and m new PRIZEWORD PUZZlE
published In next
f "List the Cherubic Host" was a PAINTER Is most apt Sunday's Gainesville Sun.

J Its loveliest self. The many so There is no such implicationwhere 10. The Gatnenm. SuB reserves the ri&'ht to comet any typographical;
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.were all well sung by Sue Car- THEUNIVERSITY either a pointer or print. :arvasecta on any withtthis o ootest which --7 appear ta "* pvlashecl DMtert&1

withen, Betty Gonzales, Betty er is concerned. OLE PETE

Ingals, sopranos; Jane Cald- 7. LOSS not less. Loss is fully -'THE SUN'S PUZZLEDPUZZLE Puzzle No. 12
well Ruth Doublas and Carol
apt Less than what? The, EDITOR
Shea (whose "Eye Hath Not clue wording is poor grammatically Clip and Paste on a 4c Postcard

Seen" was an outstanding solo) INN for less to make. complete WINNERWILL I.
Robert Barfield
mezzo-soprano; sense.
and Ralph Dupree, tenors; and TVA \ \ OLF
Edward Carwithen, bass, all 8. PETER not pater. Simply"a GET
supported and uplifted by the DISCOUNT man" links up better with UND I NGw

I fine organ playing of Dr. Sterrett LIQUORS PETER. The clue says, "it's \ 7
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not unreasonable but for pater -
who also handled the Easter $275 PRIZEWell
1 there's no assurance that he 9
Morning sunrise service. E \ K\ 1 MED
Easter Morning I listened "WE WILL MEET OR BEAT ALL PRICES IN THE AREA" is a tamer.

again to the choir of Centenary 12. GET not pet. Such "a per- the Easter Bunny did L. \ \ \ \ .

Methodist singing "Christ the We never advertise our prices or quote them on the phone. son will never" actually "GETa not deliver that big cash prize \ \ u \ Iz FEA t3 t4

Lord is Risen Today" from the Come in and be surprised. You the public, who voted this county dog," of his own accord, but last week; however, $25.00 has i5 .

'"Lyra Davidica" and the solo, wet deserve the fruits of your efforts. Our liquor package storeis may easily "pet a dog" to been added to the basket, making L \ \ Ib

The Holy City," by Adams, an accommodation to you. The University I Inn is primarily in please the owner. .! l this week's prize $175. Sendus E\A ALLR

sung by Wanda Hertel, soprano the Motel and restaurant business. 15. CASH not rash. Paying a single correct solution totoday's IT zo\
with vital tone and much \
feeling. S \
CASH for his
"purchases as
I Easter evening I heard the puzzle, on a post card,

first performance of the magni- We cordially invite you to visit our new CARRIAGE STEAK leave opposed a to man charging a little them short"may of and we will send you $175, add- D \ -r0 zz \\ 23 H NI E

ficent "The Cross of Glory" by ROOM and COCKTAIL LOUNGE. READY MONEY" c e rtainIy. ed to this will be a $100 bonus if I N .JIII.

Russell Danburg, given by the you are a regular subscriber to

youth choir of the First Metho- COCKTAIL HOUR: 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. daily The rashness or* otherwise of the Sun, making a total of $275. \C \X \25 0 G
dist Church, with a few addi- the "purchases" has no direct!
tions, like Patricia Rehbein, TWO DRINKS FOR THE PRICE OF ONE!, bearing on "ready money,," All the information you need -i 1964 BELL-McCLURE SYNDICATE

I ably assisting. Besides the making these words superfluousin to solve our puzzle appears on If you are not now a home-delivered subscriber -
.. and ENTERTAINMENT EVERY EVENING the clue for rash. and would like to have The Sun
youth choir, two boy choirs and this All need to
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page. you supply started, please check box. Extra Bonus for
J several young girl choirs, all 20. FLIES not flier. FLIES, is a pen or pencil and a lit home-delivered subscribers. See Rule No. 2

)1 in different robes, assisted. yes; but the clue relates to a tle brain work. Be sure to attach Name
There were eighty singers in all. flying MACHINE, rather than
entry to card
your a post ,
The organ was ably playedby to a flier as a man.
because it makes checking so Street Number
Patricia Mitchell; the per-
'' cussion bellsby Richard Inn 21. PEDDLER not meddler. much easier.

Lineberg. T] B lvQZSi rJ SORRY, NODELIVERY "You may a PEDDLER.well have no Nobody timefor" FUN AWAITS! City State Phone

The whole performance was
under direction of Helen Jones, EVER "has"" any "time for a Just think of all the fun youcould Prizeword Pets I
choir director and Everything meddler. Mail to: Prizeword Contest :: j
organist of have with the Prize
Comfort Desires The GainesrilU/ Sun D
the Church. She also wrote the 22. TIDY not tiny. Tiny relates Word Cash. Think of all the Box 57, Gainesville/ Fla.
beautiful and sympathetic text merely to a "boy's" size hav-
things you could do, all the ------
of the composition.The ing nothing really to do with CLUES ACROSS:
scene of the cantata begins (901( SW 13th St. Phone 3766333flUMONT what "TYPE of boy" he is. things you could buy!

with the Betrayal; Part H TIDY is more apt in this re-- But don't make the mistakeof 4. Can prove to be very annoying.

spect. ___ waiting for the prize to in 6. Only a sadistic type would get pleasure out of- a man.

I CLUES DOWN: ri.._ f3 crease before you enter. Someone 8. Children who have a tendency to do so may need correction.
might beat to it.
you
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perfectly-shot can mean the difference
;; 1. FILTER not fitter. A"new" between victory
today at f Get started on your winning and defeat. 1
,. FILTER, as opposed
BLACK'SAudio IIIt I: I to an old one, yes; but specify- entry right now. Read the rules, 12. Terror.

Service < ing "new" is pointless for fit- check the clues and tune in

& .. .' the first name in : Iter. !your thinking- machine. The 13. Contraction of "it is."
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: television is the I 2. STAR not stir. "A great:complete rules and free word 15. In a certain sport, knowing just howtto deal'with every _
fiat A ni Final Ttlev'uia* is *> -. %
Anawordintomplele ',. WE ARE NOW AN STAR could cause a commo- 'list are on this page. The a big. advantage.

home entertainment tion," certainly. great stir" best way to solve the Prize 16. Ship's company.

AUTHORIZED DEALER IS "a commotion." Words is to carefully study the
17. Inner partition of a building.
Du MontCustonfColIector I 3. CROW not crop. A bumper clues and eliminate from the

,J FOR THETELEVISION crop "on his farm" would list, wordby word. 18. Exist.

1 hardly "astonish" him, since
I : the favorable conditions respon- Don't forget our Tuesday PM 19. May be found quite disturbing by a nervous person
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Entertainment Center : sible for it would have been postmark deadline, -and if you I 21. A small boy may be happy enough to have his older broth.
Home nU MONT known to him previously. Being are not now a subscriber to the: er's -passed on to him.
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suddenly confronted withan Sun, and wish to be, just check:
23. In
adversity is just the time when certain
enormous CROW "might astonish" persons are apt
f i the handy order block to start to -.
him, however.
il your home delivery immediate
5. RESCUED not rescuer. For"stories" ly. 24. It would be natural to be particularly concerned abeut

: (plural), rescuers marking it, were you to on a polished floor.
I LINE would be than Get started on this entry right,
more apt rescuer 25. They aren't expected to be ferocious, of course.
(singular). Also, the clue now, and best wishes to you allSolution
-1 I WITH COMPLETE [says, "for certain stories," but CLUES DOWN:
"a reporter is expected to" do 1. Something to dry with.

_ I'SALES more than "NAME the
INSTALLATION merely
4 2. Finding a new garment to have a loose thread, you should
RESCUED is
Finlandia 23- rescuer. very D be careful how you-it off.
AND SERVICE
inch* Television apt.
Danish Con 3. Laying plans just how to a stronger team is a common
temporary stereo 6. PUPPY not poppy. PUP-
WE ALSO HAVE enough problem.
phonic high fidelity |PY Is the more natural an-

in genuine phonograph Oiled COMPLETESTEREO swer. A picked poppy, say,, 5. Of two beauty contestants the may appeal to the judges.
: won't be "growing" at all and
Walnut with
7. If a farmer, he could have
fine beasts.
[the clue gives no hint as to many

tom. :595 0 SYSTEMS I I tion.the status of the poppy in ques- 10. Fall short.

= 11. Inferior Is naturally more liable to break.
SALES and SERVICE 11 BALL not falL "After afall" L < .
13. Mistakes in just-can lead to
is pointless, since it merely wastage.

-. h Antenna Installations I duplicates the sense of the 14. Very possibly visited by Norwegians. .
clue word, "injured." BALL is
the most apt. Call is not good. 15. Groups of cattle. ;"",
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STEREO and HI-FI 14. CHEEKY not cheery. 20. Jump on one leg. ,'.t

;- t f11 "Fear" of the consequences 22. Twice three. ,',
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ALL MAKES .from being CHEEKY. Regarding -
-' Forte cheery, it is more a question Puzzle
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stereo WOULDget
EM/AM r-"oo. "Knowledge that he pETIER N' E CP AIMED HOLD RASH TOGS
a stiff sentence" if caught"is E K 8 UY ARE HOLE RUSH TOPS
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PEDIDLER SWEDES WHINE
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DEAR ABBY: A few months ago a very nice boy gave me mine. When I drop in to have a chat with her, we have a cozy MRS. 5HE5THE FAMOLS I F'.fALROSS7NE57REErBRINGMEMY Dt1TSiRfYGL11i3t
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father about it because he thinks all boys are rats. The day needs a little privacy in her own home? Surely there must be CALLING!? r' WHERE tE GOESAWEDDW6'' ) 60tNG IJ
before yesterday I couldn't find it I was sure I had left it on something more challenging for a man to do than to sit and BANQUET I FOLLOWS- -* OOT:f

the window sill in the kitchen while I did the dishes, but it wait to be called to his meals three times a day. My husbandis g I 9 wLovcPff

wasn't there. I just found out that my father took it off the approaching retirement age, and if this is retirement I II

window sill and pawned it. He drinks and he needed some deliver me! 1 .. :?

t money. He said he thought it was my brother's. Anyway, the MRS. G. e C

ring is in the pawn shop and I don't know what to do becauseI DEAR MRS. G.: The retired gentleman would, probably be =

have to tell the boy something soon. Can you suggest anything glad to "deliver" you to your own home. Your are invading <

t ? HIS home, and he's earned the right to snooze or read or,, do
NOWHERE TO TURN whatever he pleases in It. If his wife objected to her lack of a

\ DEAR NOWHERE: Tell the boy yon "lost" the ring., (Spare privacy, she would go to your house for the visits. ;...,.!

f him the details.) Then start lining up some baby-sitting jobs .... 4'' 4

to'raise, the money to get the ring. out of hock. DEAR ABBY: I borrowed six eggs from a neighbor. Two of -
# them were rotten..I returned four eggs to her and told her that -

DEAR ABBY: My complaint concerns the husband of my two of the ones she gave me were no good. She said I borrowedsix \\KWY81RWAY .

4 next door neighbor. He is an able-bodied, intelligent, recently- eggs, not four, and I still owe her two eggs. What do you ,tat MAW! YE CAN AUNT SUK y -
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SET TO WORK-MR.! BACON IN LOVE
MIGHT AS
Time for Talk I REALtY DIDN'T ,pgO ASN'T FOOLING WHEN HE WELL SAY THE WITH YOU! .
Sports M INTEND TO BE SUCH A ARING? THREATEHW. REST OF IT..! .41.
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I I N rID tJnrk Etmru "Correct, your HOnor that said Bauer, under questioning self, fellas, the Yankees can be! 0 41 416uf

WASHINGTON "The de. "The clerk will read the by sportswriters,- otherwise taken by any one of five or'six ,
fendant will state his name." charge." known as 'The Scribes,' refusedto teams in this league. With the .t p \

"Bauer, your h 0 nor. Hank "The baseball fans of America predict that The Birds would power we've added in the win-

Bauer." ; hereinafter referred to as I win the American League pen- ter trades, and if a couple of our

"Your profession, Mr. Bau- 'the fans', do charge that in or I nant and stated as his opinion kid pitchers come around all

er?" about the final week of March, that they'would finish no higher right, and if we can lick our QN

"Baseball, your honor. I man 1964, Hank Bauer, alias The I I than third." problems at shortstop and in s t i ----

age the Baltimore Orioles. Old Marine.: manager of "Grave charges, Mr. Bauer. the bullpen, we could be right

_I "That, ''I take it, is the same the B a 1 t(imore Orioles, other- You rea Ii ze that the code of I in there all the way." A3 1 AM'n4 ICiJLTURAL.tA1IASK ; SDSY us; &MAM A X-CF WILL'PEAROPA coye; vs _UARM WISH 7o IMS V\ EXrcCTEP I HAP NOT 13 > JUST Osv/ouscY I DW/ TAKEN IT I+AS ,

corporaton which does business wise known as 'The Birds,* 'The baseball states, explicitly what i, "Yes, your honor.;" ) Of ADVISER7b, so Z Kte& VVJ5IT/W6'/ UNITED pvgPOSG cA HAVE AN 1NTK.SJSSCS i
under the names of The Birds,' Flock' and The O's; did wilfully managers must say when 4 WNO YoU couRSF, THE PRIMLY HSTINSUISHSP SW S At*FORCE NIs J VIEW WITH TVS
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'The Flock' and 'The O's. violate the baseball code in scribes question them?" I AREA VVU.L
I when asked to predict who will o 3 CA"/J... This casmef -
"Yes, your honor. I know all ,
win the ?
STAB ODD AWL pennant Arm i .T
1 PUZZLE those answers." I 1" "
1 HOM FOE: VIE "I say don't count out the _'
"Do indeed? Let
you us see. i
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ACROSS 34.Six and VASSAL M A (1 C 3 Suppose a scribe asked, 'Hank, < 1:' -i ii ; _
who is the greatest centerfield- "No, Mr. Bauer. What you t.J.. -
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say year got
weather 35.Trig S o P O T A 6 L ES. er you ever saw in action? .
.Camd hat! 36.Cheer word R E T I N U E R E What is the answer?" material'" to take all the mar. > 111'
k 38.Winter peril "* bles.
doth SPOT T1AY TAN "I say 'Joe DLMaggio. t
! 8.Grampus 41.Fetter p l L A R L E G U M EI "No, you do not 'Joe Di- "But your honor, it is very 1' 7r
45.Dominant say .
11.Amour hard to take all the marbles Ecrn
12.Nothing 49.Cast a R A L L U S R u M o R Maggio Mr. Bauer. You say.That's when playing in the same 1 '' \

n.ProjCC11ng ballot 1 n E Pte son G easy. It has to be Joe."league with the Yankees." -- --
lug 5O Annp1t TOR FLY T R A Y Let me hear you say it correctly I
14. dues 51.Eg-pt. ." "Of course, Mr. Bauer, but
(Solution To Friday's Puzzle) ; ; WFU T14EZE FCZ. CSVJOL5S KEASCXS\ OssJI0u8 ,
15.Atopy measure you must never let the fans be- IGW(%0 nuC +
11.StJle 52.Jewish 2.Maori 8.Poetic "That's easy It has to be lieve it. Everything in the codeis >c 1'145 ?I4 wa..0 AiZEWp Th2'co SA2SS, BSOAtSS HE'S SO 1TOU6 1tEAS'Jh'6, EKJ u *
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month contraction Joe." CGtlLD u H. ..AKP ZERO: FOUWAtSO / 4 iQ+N A30CT
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must convince the fans that this
k*_ 19.Least bit sitting poet 10.Weep 114i
the cue to write, 'The old Ma-
22.Eyewink 54.Cnlao's 4.Son-in-law 16.Conger* year the Birds have the materialto < a
26.Resentment accond note Prescription 20.Handiwork rine was referring of course, take all the marbles. Should

29.Restore 55.Soap-frame Quantity 21.For each to the incomparable DiMag.' they fail, the fans will say, i I=0I
conf1dcnce: bar 6.Man's 23.Umpire's You see, Mr. Bauer, there is 'Since the Birds had the material -1'

32.lnn DOWN nickname can a good reason for everything in!\. to take all the marbles but
1.Bridge play 7.Confederate 24.Precious
behind the code. Each spring the fans didn't, the fault must lie with
metal expect the old Marine to help the '"
25. manager.
1 r 3 .. s 1'7 JI 4 9 10'I Knowledge the scribes write their annual 4.
26.Electric
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way get myself o
tributes to the incomparable Di-
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II .. JI 11.1 0 'I I.If 13 27.Deplore Mag. This sort of tradition hal fired, you .honor. a

/ J5 I.rz 28.Jap.out- lows the game. Gives it roots in "Right, Mr. Bauer, but as it I
j cart the past. Another question." is much easier to find new managers -

I rhil' :: rhht : 30.Ozone: "Yes, sir?" than new players who ONLY CW5TH1N6 THAT WHY DID I PONT KNOW.: ALAN PINT X THINK JTS
4 colloq. "What do you say when ascribe ., really can take an the marbles, PIP YOU GET A BKW PROMISE IJO,R.Z. /ORKE5 UE.'SONA PHOKE FUM 5NE WANT S/ /..6UT I COULD TELL THAT IT TIME Z HAD
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t i! 111 11 /'ff/ '// zt ttf lS S1.Hcalds asks 'Can the Yankees: your firing will be good for basebalL FROM PARKER THAT MET FOR ..RUT I\ MULE Z WAS AT K s oFHCE./WD to 5Ea .....s SOWETWNS IMPORTANT.! A TALK W TH
"" resort HIM? HE WAS VERY oner THE 38PGE'OC.
Under GET TWE BRAPEM ljcE HE HT:KAS MEETING HER AFTER /
z':1 I' Z9 33.Mix bo beaten this year'?" a new manager the ViOTEY WILL: COURT THIS AFTEKXIOOW! RjRlN6 UNCH.1 yGr
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.. 37.Urticaria "I' say, 'The Yankees are always fans will come back next year
E ii 33 ,. 39.On1oa with hope rejuvenated. The
tough, but the name of 5 j
// .7/ 36Jl / '.F.'I' / //. 40.dsieftala Anb.u the game is breaks, and if the fans, you see, are only" roman- i
/ 'f".F. tics pursuing illusion.
Yankees of bad
42.Actor1 put get a couple
if./ f'///// 3.SJ 9 4 .71 4l. .., H "What can I Hon
",," 43.Giant killed breaks like Els ton Howard say' your
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45447 .a 4t by Apollo breaking his hip and Mickey! or. ?
44.Sandtna- Mantle quitting the game, this ; .Say you were misquoted by
SO 5r n'J vian name could be a wide open race.'" the scribes. Say, 'It's the Birds J 4vis

'j I4 I'U 45.46.Trench Rubber bee "No Mr. Bauer. You haven't for sure in '64." And if you cornel I s r

____ : : 47.Handle done your homework. I'll read back here on another code-vio :

,"-. ."_,, -trot -+ roughly you the correct answer from the lation charge, I'll give you five!1
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LOUISVILLE (AP) In 1912 I I
By DAVE BEARD plant. ing are 8 a.m., 12 noon, 1 and the whistles. a request from a few townspeople :their own. They are not automatic Louie J. Hebel's father bought Hebel still usee tike machine
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Where oh where do those "If the wind's right, you can 5 p.m. except for Koppers which I We New have Year's blown our whistleon ," Cabot plant manager L.: but require manual operation him a used typewriter so he I daily.SJ6UBBI& <
whistles blow in Gainesville? hear our whistle all over town," lets off steam at about seven in Day because of W. Sims said. I by pulling a lever. I,I
Gainesvillians for years have.said C. H. Abrams plant manager the morning, and Cabot at 7 a.m.I I ':
been setting their watches to the: "If a fire should break out in "We can only blow when our STARTS
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of Co. and 4 in the for Fashion .
Plate
I Koppers "Actually p.m. summer steams which doesn't include!:
up TONIGHT
wailing tones of not one but the mill, we would sound several !
in the N.E. section of town daylight saving time. Saturday and Sundays becausewe
four whistles that blow at var long blasts," said G. H. j! ft' lt'.g COME EARLY SEE
CARTOONS
where I live, I can't tell if ,it's don't work then i ui -I Mil NU O.
ious times of the Apple Vendor Chappell J
day. Gainesville whistle blowers I
whistle Cabot's.
our or Chappell secretary treasurer! AT 7:15
Where one lives and the way don't blow to remind employesthat I i of Adkins Manfacturing Co. said.Each I SOPHIA LOREN, IN
Cabot Corporation, NE 23rd WICHITA, Kan. AP) i
the wind is blowing determines it is time for them to be at: whistle owner agreed .
how m a n w h istles I Blvd.; Koppers Company, Inc., (There was a long line of personsat I "We would use it for a fire that the whistles are most effective
y a person! 'i work, but it the time TWO WOMEN'I
signals
23rd Blvd. to the ticket window of
NW Adkins Manufacturing a Wichi
hears. But even then its hard to I ; :alarm if our fire siren should as far as hearing is concerned :
I Co., South Main and begin work and when to quit ta movie house when afell I I
tell because each whistle has ; fail, J. H. Moore, Sunland when one is on the com-: FEATURE
about the same tone. Even the !Sunland Training Center, Waldo work. dressed man walked up with a plant superintendent, said. pany grounds. :
.Road, are Gainesville' whistle large paper-sack. I
"SKY ABOVE MUD
companies that own them aren'tsure blowers. Besides being a convenient The whistles are steam operated Oops, there goes the coon BELOW"
! 4 if its their whistle blowing l I i "Want to buy an apple?" he and each company owns thistle. Time for lunch. !
when they are away from the The principal times for blow-, I asked one of the standees. Then --- -- --------
f ,I : |he walked down the line selling K
there are other possible uses of i apples i. at 10 cents each. ; LAST D PLAYW/IES/ f'X SbnIcy Kubrick's .
i1'I I His impeccable appearance ,!:I'" < ,> ) Dr.
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BEST FILM -----------1'baffled the standees but they -- Strangelove FEATURES""The
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I means "mmmtr vacation"" to Floridians 'I I --- -
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Gainesville Sun Sunday, April 5, 1964

I LOST & FOUND 12 Male Help Wonted 18 Schools & Institutions mmiflnniiitiiHiinmiRiiiiii[ [ I I

35 Houses for Salt

l: Dalmatian SERVICE station attendant. Ph. RAILROAD CAREERS: In communications
old female -
I STRAYED
: :,- FR 6-9139 or 1025 N. Main St. work. Retirement,
in 3900 block of SW 3rd.
H. WANT.AD RATESPH.
;.\ high pay. Ages 11-30. Write give SPACIOUS home NW 39th Ave.,
Ave. Call FR 6-7576. phone to Box 394-A care of I large lot 3 BR. 2 bath modem.
L ST beige linen belt on Firs 13-Help Male or FemaleExp. Gainesville Sun. kitchen, living room with fireplace -

*. Ave. Phone FR 2-4803. 372-8441 dining room-family room.
I II
: WANTED y secretaries, salary open 27 Feed & Fertilizer wall to wall carpeting, central
Cashier-host heat. Phone 376-4002.
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". 4 Personalized Services White attractive for
houscKeeper, $25 wfc.
13th STREET 4114 NW, by own-
LEARN TO DRIVEl Special attention Bookkeeper salary open DA.a'f FERTILIZER $8.00 per er, JUiOO. FR 4-2042 after 3
I to nervous or elderly. Exp.Exp. mechanics waitress salary comm. yard. $1.25 per bag. Phone 376- Classified Only P.M.

f\, '. .' Easy Way Driving School. FR Store trainee, hi 5555. I
sdlarid.
611 NE
.. 2-7002. Lie by Stat. of Fla. 10th PLACE. 2 bedroom
; ', Off. trainee hi schL grad. 28 Livestock & Supplies I CCB. large garage. FHA loan
HAVEYOU '. T17To : IN GAINESVILLE ITS Tree surgeon foreman, $2 /hr. I E"I available. Phone FR 6-9651.
GDI'S PHARMACY Auto salesman, Exp. Pi -
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114 Central Plaza Short order grill man Tues. thru FrL before p..htte2tio BEAUTIFULLY
f. f year old horse saddle and bri kept, 3 BR,
*
r ) (next to Wlnn-Dixle) Insurance trainee $100 wk. dle. For children. $125. Phone For ads to go In Sun. paPlr-12:00 '.n" t. home. wood floors like ..-. w.
''i< I For prescriptions .. cosmetics Route salesman. Levy Co. 485-2311 Breaker. For *ds to 90 In Mon. .per-1 p.m. S.'. dishwasher disposal air-con-
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1 CONNELL EMPLOY. AGY. ditioned. Lovely
I.D.L. DRUGSTORE yard. $600 dn.
120 SE 1st Ave. GOOD grade Sows bred to registered (Minimum ad 4 lines) 1005 NE 23rd Blvd. FR 2-5943.
., '.' SWINGING young couple would Phone 376-8234 Hampshire. $35 each. I
; like to meet other Intelligent 500 Ib. registered New Hampshire FAMILY RATES AIR CONDITIONED
ANY OF THESE couples with Imagination, new FORDYCE has & ASSOCIATES. INC. boar us. Call FR 2-472 I IF you like space for entertaining

Ideas. Apply box .383-m in care Estate opening Broker for or qualified Salesman. Real Cal After 6 p.m. 1 Insertion ............................................... 34c line I this Is the house for you. Lg.

of Gainesville Sun.SPECIAL _ or Contact Mrs. Grace S. For 9 YR. old Mare Paint pleasure. 3 'Insertions .............................................. 22c line living area opening onto red-
dyce '26 West University Ave working. barrel racing. Reglst Insertions .............................................. 17c line wood tlewood enclosed patio. Near Llt
6 NOTICES nue. 376-1236 or MA ,.saa5. ation papers available. Call aft I 12 Insertions .................................. 14c line E 3 BR, 2 and baths.Westwood central'schools.heat,
er 6 p-rn. 466-f2)5. Total l charge computed by multiplying total lines x rat. dishwasher, disposal. built in

THINGS TO SELL? DUE to divorce I have a like new STRUCTURAL STEEL de- REGISTERED Super Rollo Pole ed x number of Insertions. stove. Owner setting at FHA ap
1964 model ZIg 2g Automatic tellers to $ISO per week. Hereford Bull, 26 months old. tI"1 praisal price. $22,000 only. $1500
f sewing machine. that does ev ARCHITECTURALdrafts- Sell to avoid Inbreeding. CIII I down. 922 NW 36th Terr. FR *
erything. We would like someone man t. $17 per week. 475-5111
.' ....: to take up payments of ESTIMATORS $10,000 an- S Five letter words per line ..
$6.00 per mo. Ph. 372-2051. nually. SORREL gelding. Western saddle RETIREMENT HOME quiet
l next BUYERS $400 $600 per and bridle gentle, capable good I i neighborhood 2 bedroom ideal
DRIVING to Mexico City Same 2 lines for
as
month. with women and children. Ph. small family J7.500 wish
week. Gone two weeks. Desire FR 6-1575. 8 Pt. ordinary type terms. DUPLEX. downtown Investment
-
rider to share expenses. Phone .
t -i They'll Bring You Extra Cash 372-7356 LAW or Bus. Adm. degree. Ac. BABY calves. milk & beef type I 1 Df Same as 3 lines 29 $110 per "month property. Income of
f ReachPeople countants. Field Representatives, had mother's milk from 3 to 11 I 2 rr. priced at $6.500.
8 Bil/y Sifters Child Car. Field Superintendents, ChemIcal, days, weaned milk and bee f 5 ordinarytype II ACREAGE.' Ten miles from City,
Parcels 3 to 29
and Civil Engineers. Machinists type yearlings. M. F. Parrlsh acres. $200 to
Same 4 lines $400
as
per acre with
Teachers. terms.
I Reg. Nurses.
Anthony Fla. 62V-2315.
I 18 I t't.ordInary type WE NEED LISTINGS-CALL
TINY TOT
Applicants for above positions FOR SALE Quarter horse Gelding I I
I must be willing to relocate. age JV yrs. $125. Call F R AND TELL US WHAT YOU
-. PLAY SCHOOLVisit -18J1. i I II I HAVEIALACHUA
r D4s. al j |lines
Rugs. : us and see for yourself. EXECUTIVE Secretaries Stenogs., 24
i 24 SE 8th St. FR 4-78W. Secretaries. Bookkeepers Clerk. 29 Landscaping-Tep-Soil V I.. ordinary type .: I REALTYAssociates
typists. office cashiers. 21-40. witha
Ready'
Guns PLANNED program awaits you minimum of 2 yrs. office ex AMARYLLIS bulbs. imporTedDutch Member Multiple Listing/
pre-school youngster at JACK perience. & White & colors I .1
Also Hybrids. Aria'
part-time steno T. Smith. Realtor
& JILL NURSERY. SCHOOL. graphers. 3923 N. W. 15th St. afte The Gainesville, Sun will.. not be responsible, for more ft an .. Mabel L Gore. Associate
Tools Music educational 4 incorrect insertion nor will It be liable for any error in a
programs II m. = 635 N. E. 1st St. Phone 316-2<<1
To film-strips. 7:45-5:15. Mon.-FrL Apply 10 12 AJA. 2-4 PJM. tlsement to a greater extent than the cost of the space occupled -
1331 S.W. 13th St. FR 4-3900. 30 PETS fir SUPPLIES ;; by ttIe Item tn the advertisement./ No adjustment will I NEW 3 bedroom, CCB sites
Boats PERSONNEL CENTER be made rtr that do not materially effect the value of $459 down $65 month. Phone
DAY care for children my home the Day ". fit
NIght 64311.
AKC
.' NW section. All day or V* day. 102 NW 2nd Ave. 372-6377 for GERMAN shepherd pupi I
Tents j$? Big yard playground equipment appointment. registered. Bred for Temper at 350 OPEN HOUSE. Sunday Apr. It
ment See
Buy FR 24741.RV.IASL.E N. W.and hits Quality.Terr or Phone FR The Gainesville Sun reserves the privilege of revising or re- I Cherokee model, designed .. engineered

;:; 62380.AMERICA's. I letting any advertisement which It deems oblectional and to by U. *. Steel Corp.,
"
BARTENDERS.
sitter wishes to care COCKTAIL WAITRESSES
; 11 of < Homes Division. J190 ft. 3
Books SWJ'2J lSit advertiserren& from that sq.
for Infants or small children in waitresses for new or
: most wanted dogs. the policy of the paper. BR. 2 bam, air cond.. brick
/ her home. Reasonable, call FR Steik room. Apply in person veneer 2
car 1101
minature Schnauzer garage. NW
puppies. E
Plants 4-3(97. only. Mr. Goldstein University AKC registered. 372-7601. 36th Dr. Alachua Homes. Inc.Phone

Use CHILD or Infant care. $10 week Inn between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m.. =__ .... ,,,.,,,,,nnIijIlIlJlIlIllUlIIlIJllilLJiWlllllllllliIlW ,,,,._,-,... <= 372-0421.
& 5 7 p.m. SPRINGTIME Is puppy time. English : '" "' 'U"' "'-! """""""'
ly. Can pick up and deliver. Shepherd puppies I Amer. HOUSES FOR SALE: 3-8R 2-
Pianos Phone 376-1961. TEACHERS wanting new fall I I Bath central heat with fire
lean
positions write us for Informa- Shepherd puppies. Call FR 35 Houses for Sail 35 Houses for Sale
Place. NW 47ttT.rr.ce..
2-0033. Price
WILL care for children in my home
tion. No charge unless plac
Person iVt days a week. Nice clay ed. Southern Teachers Agency REGISTERED Chihuahuas I $15,900
Stoves
yard. loads of toys. & plenty of Columbia. S. C. 29202. weeks old. 2 females. 2 males 3 BEDROOM. 1 bath home separate 3 BEDROOM Florida room livIng CHEAPER 1ballSE THAN 44th RENT Terr.: t.$7,500.BR
loving care. 372-6587. Reasonable. Phone 481-2267 Haw dining room. Take advantage room. dinette carport.
COUPLE ag40te 55 with some of owners having to Fenced In back Payments $65 per mo.
Radios WILL care for child In my home theme. yard. Sacrifice. 2-BR 1-bath. SE 46th Terr. S4.SOO.
income to take full charge ot
& have spacious FR
6-5023
move rooms __ 1112 N. E. Itth PL
To by day or hour. N. E. section swimming and picnic groundsin FOR sale large stock of pur e .. wardrobes In rw home are, $45 per mOoAnd
Phone FR -166'. Central Florida. Man breed from also some trade-In Houses
North Beagle pups. pick among young executives. $19- OWNER, Income property close-
Skates must be good swimmer wife 3 Labrador puppies. We boar 000. FR 2-568f. In, Ig house, garage apt. Rea- Call FR 6-7466.
capable of operating concession: dogs. James's Kennel Rt. 1, sonabil for all
caSh Phone
Trunks Employment stand. Salary, comfortable living Box 71, Keystone Heights. Ph NO DOWN PAYMENT 3 BR. 3, 7163. 23 SE 4th Ave. 372' J. w.
PersonWant quarters. Year round posI- 473.4,3'. bath. Central heat central' air
tion. Salary May 1st. State Income HIMALAYAN kittens ACFA reg condo Northwest. $19,000. Cal COMPLETE finished block home KIRKPATRICKATTRACTIVE.
11 FEMALE HELP WANTED general health refer_ Istered. New unusual breed of 376-2927. en your lot in Alachua. Levy
Jewelry ces. Write box 331, High I or Gllchrisf
long haired cats with Seal County. For Infor. comfortable.available I .
Fl. WESTWOOD LITTLEWOOD mltlon
Springs. call Tom
BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORSEarn Point -Siamese markings. i.ov.able Walking distance to schools. 3 I hone Lineewaver and priced rlghtl Two
376-na.
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TEACHERSTHE pets. Show possibilities. Inquiries bedrooms (one Is a whopper
BicyclesTV BR 2 baths home In Skyline
to hour demonstrating
$5
up per .
recent Britannica Comp. Invited. Phone 3760963. 4 BR. 2 bath home. air two baths
I famous Studio Girl Heights. Study hardwood floors condition- a family room two
:: Cosmetics. Full or Part Time. ton merger has created new built-in range & oven. Cent. lug, Ig. family Rm. Walking dis car carpet, plenty of storagj
Sets Phone 376-1336 after 4. managerial positions In Florida 33 LOTS FOR SALE heat. Shaded back yard. Cal tance Boy's Club and e ( e In. space and other attract I v e
with F. E. Compton Company. 376-062. school. $14,995. Terms. FR 2. features make this a real
EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPH. These positions start at $10,000. 714. home. IdylwM section and
3 ACRE wooded lot bordering West
ClothingCameras ERS. Openings available at Full training program will be Hills restricted. Phone 4722172 ii- you plan to build and would RENT no city taxes
Sperry. Typing and dictation given this summer to those after 6:00 PJM. like a custom built home by ex 2120 OPTION TO BUY APPEALING three bedroom two
Ads skills necessary. Starting salary who qualify. For a personal interview perlenced builders thlt'lave/' N. E. th St. 3-2 Central' balls house In the Northwest

based on experience. Submit resume write .full Information 66 x 193', 1 mile East of Magnes. the time to discuss plans with heat-fenced yard. with personality touches
) In confidence or telephone on background and experienceto la Springs $200 cash. M. R. you, call 372-2527, ask for Gene throughout. Large fa", i I Y
372-0411 Ext. 225. for Personnel Manager. F. E. Tithe, Rt. 1, Box IIS G, Gainesville Paramore. We /have' availableour Golfylew over 3500 $5. room fireplace walled pa
Antiques : appointment. EQUAL OPPOR. Compton Co.. 1710 W. ColonialDr. Fla. 10 plans to choose from. gracious living 6 bedrooms, tio. rock garden fall out
;< TUNITY EMPLOYER. ., Orlando. Fla. BY OWNER Complete financing can be explained baths air conditionedFOR tt'l I Shelter and nice landse'-
to you right In your own Ing. Priced less than $12.
NEEDED AT ONCE. Full orpart BEAUTIFUL wooded lot. 900
Furniturei EARN up to $50 a week. Full or SALE 000.00.J'.tGlEWOOD.
f part-time. No soliciting or collecting time man or womanto Block of N. W. 22nd Street. 110 home. For appointment call. J P. K. YONGE Mad. Center- We have two
car neccessary. Call FR 6- serve Watkins customers x 155'. Phone 3765109. THE JAMES CO. Univ. Area 3-2. LR. DR. rroiern: homes avaIlable at $17
4 In section of Gainesville. Good Of Gainesville Inc.
'Livestock ; 1968. income. No BEAUTIFUL large lots. fully Homes plus 2 bedrooms t bath on 500.00. These homes have th-ee
Investment. Set Builders of Kingsberry
:
er level which
Improved. in Ridgewood. NW may be elen'l two Florid
bedrooms
; baths
Waitresses, Apply In person. your own hours. Write. C. R. Ph. 372-2527. nltes 3727401.
Jerry's Restaurant 2310 S.W. Ruble Dept. A-l. P. 0. Box 31st Street, lust south of NW room central heat, built ii:
DiamondsFish 13th Street.WANTED. 2447, Memphis, Tennessee. 16th Avenue. J. W. Klrkpatrlc ,ANGLEWOOD owner 3 BR. 2 KITTIE FEIBER kitchen. Occupancy th*
Agency, ;31/ N. Main or call FR bath. Price $17,100. $800 down. Wilbur Bishop Realtor 6-5081 end of June. Financing can

IMMEDIATELY 14-Sales Help Wanted 2-8404. Call 371-7727._ Nights & Weekends 6-7108 be arranged for an acceptable

Poles LinesSun EXPERIENCED SECRETAY 1.1 ACRES on Clear Lake |lust REDUCED purchaser.
FOR SALE BY OWNER. spacious TO
Must be neat. attractive and able / $12.500. $1.200 eq R-ICED 1600.00 to $8,90000This ,
West of City limits. Beautifully
ROUTE SALESMAN 3 BR 2 bath, Fla. Rnv uity. $77.50
Mo., Includes
to take dictation. Age limit 40 wooded. Call anytime. tax-s ; modern. Ocala block, two
Used Cars years. close to school. Llttlewood Es and Insurance. 3 BR. Tile bath. bedroom house can be yours
FOR Old Reliable Company sell. Ralph Realtor Built In
EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPERMUST tates. 24500. Reasonable down kitchen. Come by 1311 for not more than 175.00 per
have experience in Bank Ing and delivering to hotels and "Selling FOSSEY Florida Since 1906" payment f 20 NW 37th T. r r. N. E. 20th Place. 3762192. month. Located on a shade-f

Auto TiresAquariums .. 10 bookkeeping operations. Neat established restaurants. territory Successful available.and well 11 'W University Ave. Ph 376-1359 Phone 372-5731._ FOR SALE OR RENT 3 BR lot In the Northwest a n -
and attractive. Apply Citizens Good FINLEY AREA 4 BR.2 bath'CCB house $125 per mo. rent available for Immediate cc-
salary and commission. or
Bank of Gainesville. State former 34 Waterfront Property /home' Ig. wooded lot 3200 down/ m4 NE 12th St. Ex cupancy. Make a reasonable
age employment
spacious Fla. offer on the down payment -
: rm. fireplace tras Included.
WAITRESSES wanted. Apply in per. record and details. Replies con ,
and monthly pt
disposal FM-TV rotator, phone I
to Bob Evans
son Manor Motel
fidential.
Write Box No. 391M.
mental If accepted you can
Row Boats Restaurant 2325 NW 13th St. _In care of Gainesville Sun. WINFRED H. CRAWFORD -376-0436._ IMMEDIATE move In tomorrow.J. .

Days HAVING MONEY PROBLEMS? EDUCATIONAL Reg. Broker, specalizing' In BY OWNER, 3 bedroom house.

Let us show you how other women SALESMAN for large Home Study LAKE PROPERTIES ACRE Large corner lot. 3304 N. w. W. KIRKPATRIC/
Golf Clubs In our city are earning In School. Need man able to sup. AGE. 3 miles No. of Malro, 3rd Street. Phone FR 2-0713- Occupancy Realtor

their spare time. EARN $20 to ervlsa entire state. Leads fur. GR 52911.BEAUTIFUL. 3 BEDROOM 2 bath, Florida Member Multiple Listing

$50 weekly. Act now I Call Mrs. nished. Liberal Commissions. lot on the Suwannee room large utility room 2 car MOVE INTO YOUR OWN 31 N. Main Phone FR 34404
TypewritersMotorcycles _Burns FR_ _20421.LUZIERS Overwrite. Bonuses. Su t'.uful carport. Lot 100 x 173. N. W. lo ASSOCIATES:
River It Rock: Bluff. Call 376- MODERN HOME ON
$200 COSMETICS Int.nglble'or book experience 6160. cation. Near Elementary School. Floye Mathiasen Irene Bunnell
APPROVED by American MedIcal essential., Write Box 367-M careof Phone FR 33649.WESTMOREL.AND I' RENTAL BASIS BEFORE A. W. Reece. Capt. USN. Ket.

Association. Personalized Gainesville Sun. 4 BEDROOM; 2'/i bath lake home. ; YOUR LOAN CLOSES.
3 BR. 2 bath
HOMELAKE
FURNISHED
.
0 .0
service. No guess. grab. go me- SALESMAN WANTED 4 ml. from courthouse, center Ig. kitchen, built-in range Priced from $127M to ,?.|Jfl
thod. Full or part time work. fireplace In 26' square llvlnq oven. sep. dining room Ig. liv NO MONEY DOWN VA SANTA FE
: Used TrucksRefrigerators Call Lois Williams. FR 2-6045. ey a leading manufacturer of room. Private channel and turn ing room. oak parquet floors, pay only $100 closing
cigarettes around. Utmost In beauty end double Best terms FHA 2 BEDROOM stucco home, Ig
PARTTIME Bookkeeper and over twenty one carport. Ig. comer lot.
",:: secretary. Approximately 25 years of age to headquarters in tranquility. FR 25689. $1500 for equity I assume VA Free lifetime Swim Club Mem- living room with firepl !''

hours per week. Phone 376- Gainesville Fla. complete trainIng LAKE house completely furnish" loan. No closing costs. Month bershlp. walk to Schools. garage covered pier Into lake
.. salary ly of HUGH large lot. Price $12,500 w 11 i
6035. program plus travel ed on Lake Hutchinson. White payments S125.22 Include EDWARDS
expenses advancement I"In./ sand bottom lake 8. nice white taxes & Ins. See at 107 NW terms. Will consider real estate
Baby Buggies WANTED older woman' to live with ability company car furn beach. Best buy around $10,000.Financing _40th Dr. FR 6-1760. INC. 'In exchange. Call anytime.
with elderly (not InvalId -
woman
ished. Reply box 3I A :
) and daughter who works care of by owner, $1,500 FOR SALE BY OWNER BR, 2 Ernest Tew Realty
Gainesville Sun. N.E. 16th
Electric Motors out. Phone FR 4-183. down. Balance at 6 per c eat. bath, /Ig. Fl. rm., Ig. utility Ave. tT 15th St. 2110 NW 13th St. FR 6-6461
I MAN wanted to supply, Rawlelgh Phone FR 2-4416 after 5 P.M., area. separate living rm., din 372-1551
WAITRESSES. experienced. good Products to consumers in W. or on week-ends. ing rm.. kitchen wall to wail BY OWNER move into nearly
Farm tip house for new Steak room. Alachua In FOR SALE BY OWNER Forma home complete
MachineryStore Co. or part Gaines carpeting living rm g\ejt\ new 4 BR luxury
3 I Beautiful lots Swan
all shifts. Mr. Peiin University large on living room. separate I ,
ville. Good time to start. No cap Lake. Also 3 bedroom waterfront Sliding door leading to 16' x 24' room, built-in dining with carpeting drapes
Inn. ital required. Write Rawlelgh patio. fenced In back yard. kitchen with pan G. E. kitchen. Walk to new
house adjacent to Lake
FAC-320-815. 132S NE 12th Terr. try carpeted Fla. rm. hall, elem. school. 31500. 527 NW
Equipment $23 WEEKLY for wearing lovely Memphis, Term. Swan. $6500. Phone 475-5111. $19.500. 3 BR, 2 full tile baths, central 58th St. in Durant Estates. FR
dresses receive extra
wards. Just as show Fashion re- BIG MONEY IN YOUR OWN LAKE front 2 bedroom home. Has McKINNEY heat, located on shady lot near 6- 6'.
BUSINESS. .Build bl I new Country Club elem. -
Infant's your g everything. Year round renting. school
Clothing Frocks to friends No Invest.
Paying SELLINGne.rly M'4'I
house-to-house route bus Phone Univ. Price 818.900. For in- OWNER
Keystone Heights 473-
mont, canvassing or experience iness .steady Income for life 4313. GREEN formation or appt. call 372-2371. I 3 bedroom 2 bath CCB
necessary. Fashion Frocks. -with over 250 finest natural gas. fenced yard
Sewing Machines Dept. P 4046. Cincinnati O. COSMETICS AND HOME quality LAKE HOME not 'cottage'.1 IS DEATONREALTORS DID Pool membership. Make of e
_45202 NEEDS. Beautiful packages This nearly new beautifully YOU on down payment. FR 6-034/:

fast sellers, GUllr nteecJ. start furnished 2 b. r. masonry after 5.IMMEDIATE.
Office Equipment 12 Male Help Wanted others selling advance to Dis home is strictly QUALITYI RING sale by owner,
I tributor. Write your plans experienc. Clear bottom lake abounds Quick Buy ? 3 bedroom. I bath CBS

Movie SALESMAN wanted: .. Old 97 Company. With fish. This Is a 'dream This 4 B. R. 3 bath home MUST ARE Large Florida room. fence
you one of the
Equipment Dept. true' at 10500.00 Requires many who
N. come
Tampa
proposition to Auractill'l Fla. 33605. $2,000. cash down. Let SELL Estate to be settled have called wanting a nice I rear yard. Good location. Be--
man or real .estate REGISTERED Real Estate Sales us show you-ANYTIME. ARCH Comer 'lot near J. J. F' n I ley home on a large lot outside the offer $500 or better for equity
Nursery Furniture Call 376-3507 for appointment. person. Call FR 4-4471 for Inter. CAMPBELL REALTOR. Phone School and University Call City? If so then Ut us show FR 2-2064.

ROUTE MAN for established I view. 376-5707 ANYTIMEI FR. 2.3617.Littlewood. you this 4 BR, 2'* bath CO home 4BR.. 2 bathln Highl a n e

city route. Experience desirable MARY MOELLER, REALTOR on Vt acre lot shaded .. fenced. Court Manor, .Ir Building Materials but not necessary. Transportation 'I 1019 W Unlv Ave. 35 Houses for Sal :: dream Deep well. fallout shelter, a double utility Rm, swim dub
.t fur" I shed. Hendrix kitchen cedarllned closets membership schools In walk
Furniture Co. 'IG-Work This Is a fine home In an Ideal and much more for the Ing distance Its mo 2632 NE
Outboard Motors \ Wanted Female location-N ext doer to the amazing price of only $19.750. 11th Terr. Call FR 6-2349
3 BEDROOM block house for sale. school 3 B. R. 2 Baths Ter-
BURROUGHS Sens. Bookkeeping. 2 Baths. Would like $500 equity ratio floors Central heat 1 N. E. Section. Immediate occupancy
Sports Equipment ADVERTISINGREPRESENTATIVE Experienced. Phone 629-2877 and take up payments. Call FR yr. old. Much desired neigh WANT 2 bedroom. builMns
Ocala. 6-4930. borhood. The owner has left In bedroom and dining area.
town and must sell Price now Large paneled Florida room,
Vacuum Cleaners b 'j, ':; r'.,,' WANT Job as practical nurse and FOR Sale by owner, 2 BR.. bath reduced to $16,500 Can be VALUE? large landscaped lot. $71 per
companion. Have concrete block home on Ig Includes Insurances and
of., A wonderful opportunity for own car. Call F.H.A. financed Act now-This month
o. the right man. Must be be- 3761569. corner lot. NW section. 1730 NW property won't be on the market THEN Inspect this attractive 3 1515 N. E. 6th Terrace.

t Fishing Equipment ,.j tween 20 & 40 years of i- do Ironing In my home. 1515 35th Terr. FR 4-6777. 'long. Call FR. 23617. BR, 1 bath CB home at 2141 Call for appointment FR 262.

: age be able to sell, typeat SE 13th Place. Lincoln Estate. 2 BR CCB house furnished or N. W. 49th Terr. Beautiful Vt ST. AUGUSTINE
least 40 wpm, have ___Phoi. FR """. unfurnished on beautiful land- DuplexLet acre shaded lot lust outs Ide
Washing Machines good transportation. This scaped lot. Furniture and house City. Deep well. Sprinkler system BEACHBrand
WantAds local lob offers tremendous 17 Work Wanted Malt like new. Equity 8. take up pay us show you this attractive for yard. Cent. heat. Family
possibilities for future advancement ments. 230 SE 71st St. Phone and well located two story duplex room. Todays price only $16,. new duplex opposite
Heating Equipment good salary REFRIGERATOR 372-W49 aft,r 4 P.M. and all that we have /listed Good marker No. 64 on the Inter-
4 and air condi- ,
plus commission and expenses tlonlng repair day Sunday. condition Fully furnished-Income coastal Canal' ItCRESENT
men wants work. of $175.00 month too.UNIVERSITY BEACH
per -
paid vacation and
Musical Instruments many many fringe bene Cell Flit '-2389. :OVER 1,400 Ft. pius carport andporct1. Could be used as I home with completely furnfehed. 60 ft. pier,
3 BR. and study. 1-V*
fits. Must be willing to an income Attractively priced large lot. many extras. Write
work long hard hours. Experience 18 Schools & InstructionsMEN bath attic fan. built 'fat drawers Don't wait Call FR. 2- for details and photos. Price reduceti .

.: /. Camping Equipment -, Get necessary preferred If qualified but in not all vanity. Convenient and storage to galorel Metcalf 80xl49 3617. REALTY for JOHN quick A. HART I.....

other aspects. Send complete AND WOMEN WANTED Bishop Parochial Schools. $SO ASSOCIATESJ. .11 IS N. Main' :to Ph :372-4351 .' Realtor
Plumbing EquipmentChildren's ; resume of qualificationsto TO TRAIN FOR Mo. V.A. 43* percent. FR .-.27753 Fred Guy Jayne ButterworthCol. W. M. Munroe Broker Granada A King $t.

Box m-.... Gainesville CIVIL SERVICEEXAMS B R, 2 bath house. $300: down J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire Assoc: S. E. McLaughlln V It. AugusMne Florida
Sun.SALESMEN. and assume VA mortgage. Call Multiple Listing Frank Roby Roy McCann VA 4-2W7
.
Playthings 372-1115 after S P.M. -
"\ We prepare Men and Women. -----
ResultsCLASSIFIED Ages 155. No experlenjn necessary. N.E. Ilth Dr. (3003). 4 BR. IV'* IN THE
Electrical needed-2 good men for Grammar school educatisn baths. CCB /home' air-conditioner.
I AppliancesDogs beverage route age 25-50. Salary usually SUfficient Permanent Tappan electric range & central F UN

plus commission. Phone 372-1511 lobs. No layoffs. Short hours. heat. Low down payment.
: Parakeets to 5 Mon. thru FrL High pay. Advancement. Send Monthly payments of $89.16. Call

Cats MANAGER trainee needed. steady name, home address phone 372-1049 after 5 ., weekends. ... ., .

employment fringe benefit age number and time home. Write; WIMBERLY ESTATES. Just breaking ... '
Marcel Co. Box 38. .... -
c/o Gainesville

Jacksons MIit imaginative
21 to 50. Apply ground on new "
Market. 1234 NW 16th Ave. I Sun.Real home Now Is the time to buy "0 _
under contract & choose dvx \
'. land Estate AI
REGISTERED turveyer Exam thru out. Lloyd D. Myrick Bidr .
wanted. Reply to box J9-A,
FR 2-56(9.
COURSE
ivill sell it faster Gainesville Sun. ATTEND First lesson free. A BARGAIN at 9750. 3 BR.screen .
Nothing ROUTE salesman for established HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE porch, fireplace career?. SUN
route. No experience. Will COLLEGE. 211 W. Univ. Ave $44 1001
I tr.F.mlilar" with Ocala .. FR. 3-3507.372.27. Ig. corner lot. a mo. NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA
NW 24th Ave. FR 2-7822.
surroundings. Salary t comm.
Apply at 111> S. Main' St. 5:00 1

p.nx to 1.00 p.m. BOATS & MOTORSWHO OUTDOOR RECREATION

BARTENDER. Experienced. Mustbe BOATS & MOTORS

a mixologist. Personable. So
than theGAINESVILLE ber. Contact Mr. rosin, University WOULD LIKE THE list U Plywood fishing Boats. It Olympic Mower .. .. 129.95
Dial[ hat.ROUTE Want To Be Your HUNTER Fiberglass Ffch'jg' $49.50 Ch... lounges $7.91

salesman for Gainesville Boat Introduced by FRANK THE TACKLE BOX Goodyear Service Stores
PHILPOTT? The Heart Of East Gainesville"
area. S days week. salary & I 13'3_ HUNTER Boat mUG I Check with CharlieFR 721 N. Mat 3723537.Ust .
Commission. Call Ronnie Hayward 14 MURRAY Tilt Trailer fn.1S I 2-1791.
7-UP Bottling Co. FR 3- Own ? '62 EVINRUOE 1. H.P. motor I

4761. Boss .._ .. ... .. .. .. .. $37560 FOR SKIINGAll I.
I 376-4672 RAILROAD CAREERS: See our Total Retail Ust .._, $662.'5 new 21 H.P. Elect. Scott of Classification
SUN ad under class. No. It. SPORT CENTER SPECIAL motor attached-to I beautiful 14" to choose

PART-tune display- man wanted. .... .... .. .. ..... .. ... I5'SIO Lane Star CaprL Fiberglass beet.that from

24 hrs. Must be experienced 4n In the near future, Shell Oil Company will '63 21 HP Evlnnide MOTORS... ... $425 00 rides. 5995.BAIRD'S .on a 14 BarrentmeTrailer. Skiing Swknig. 4ype.
work 3. industrious. GoodItlrt:1tg
display '63 5Vi HP Evinrude .. .. $23500
: salary & steady yearround open a brand-new service station needs '62 II HP Johnson .. .... $225.00 MARINE CENTER Safety Fishing Items.Equipment.
employment. Apply ':00 401 S. Main' FR 24531
.... ....
HP S1'
63 TVi Elgin S. Golfing
A.M. to 5 P.M.. Mr. Goodman.J. on outstanding man to run it. Equipment
TERMS OR CENTRAL
M. Fields. 140 NW 23rd EASY FOR FISHING Tennis Equipment

Blvd. Gainesville. Prior service station experience is not necessary CHARGE Complete and ready to gee UrN Baseball jp Mf.
Announcements FRANK PHILPOTT'SSPORT 12' Marine Plywood fishing boat. Where t o Figs

WANTADS GRILL shifts.COOK. COtact experienced.Mr. EvenIng Pozln .- but you must believe that top notch CENTER 1964- Barrentine trailer and a Plus
1964 Johnson SVt HP motor for many many mere.
.. Where Quality Sells Itself
Inn.
2 University
CARD THANKS customer service is the key to success. 20 N.W. 14th Are. only 1469.BAIRD'S. _. .
Must hay.aorr. -
YfE wish to express our appreci- MATURE. business gentleman.experience to You must also be a good businessman anda Mon.FR Thrv 3-5011 Fit or 5-6 FR pM 6-6tV3. Sat. H 611 S. Main MARINE; Fit CENTER'.(531
It loft tor the flowers arid food take full charge of new package
for the sympathy klndnits and store. Must have excellent' ref good boss.If .
love shown us during the loss erences. Contact Mr. Pozin University SWIMMING POOLSBE
.-- our mother and grandmother. Inn.
; Family of Mrs. Mary C. G.4- this sounds like you. then you may be ADVI3THK IN THE
CALL. Want Ads
Sun CAREFREE
FURNITURE ready to start a lucrative, satisfying

3 LOST & FOUND Enjoy I dciii
UPHOLSTERY career as a Shell dealer. Master Pool rwsxr* SERVICE: DIRECTORY
Get Results
TRAYED: Black and trey striped For top auaitty workmanshipcall Call Mr. Bemie Pope at 372- SUpplaes Itrylu.FR.53O. 3 t Monthly cleaning
cat. White paws and chest.
SHELL
Small scar on right rear leg. 372.6142 5333 for on appointment.He'll U060 2-3171
Reward. FR 44744.

/ fOUND Yearling'\ tdeetWy. GAINESVILLE I have lots more questions '
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'316-4672*.- Pay Oamaoe and Cost. Write UPHOLSTERY to ask MR. MERCHANT: To place you/ad lwl

__ ....;....... Free Estimates-Tick o* .ad641.very.
LOST.SIIYfl'rNIa..reS.Round gold watch. Call Cham FR hi I ; I Fun in the Sun section PHONE

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I- Pri t.Pattern 1350 dn. $45 mo. $10,400 :3 lit
2 BR CLASSIFICATION
house with
CLEAN 4 apartment. Good tile bath. par. INDEX
I : .," $40 A MONTH. New 2 BR. CB FOR only $450 down $91.27 per RENTERS? CCB, patio range, no closing. neighborhood.room Close to shop que floors, T-V antenna. Nice
home terrazzo floor Ig. lot. low month payments you can qualify : FR 7-345 or FR 2-17$5. month. 409 N. shady lot In good neighborhood.
$60 E.
for free month's ping. per
: ? down See for 4 BR 2 bath home. 1804 Register rent
payment. at 222 S.E. 374-174.
f1t.J:1;: _20tfl St. 3724492.PROFESSOR NW 38th Terr. Will paint inside no obligation drawing month- 37 Real Estate Exchange* 6th St. Call FR 2-1391. ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE
& outside completely. For appt 3 BEDROOM furnished suburban 1 U HtmorUM
call 372- 481. ly. SUMMER special, 1 & 2 Bedroom home. Plenty of Tk nki .1 Waate4 ..
OWNER. to ol
\ moving see room. close to S Car BIT
e*
1 a bath home
HUGH EDWARDS. I INC on Ig. I apartments, well furnished quiet
New 3 BR. 2 bath Masonry school. Available April 1st. $123 3 Last Feu* a MtchUtrr Teola
home. Hardwood floors. central 3 BR. Vh baths. 25x25 family North Central Fla. largest builder section.landscaped Will lot sell In Idylwild location, couples only no pets. per month. Call FR 2-4957. U J. 4 rerseBaUset Services ea BaiMtBr Materials
heating. S. room. Ig. living rm. enclosed by far. or trade I $100 per mo. U J. Moratto 2505 (4
W. section for In SE Moratte 2505 N.W. 4th St. I Travel bformaUoB Heusekal4 GeedaI
property Floridaor
wooded lot 140 x 210. Faculty garage central heat & air condo NE 16th Ave. & 15th St. Birmingham Ala. Phone I NW 6th St. Phone 2-4957. Special Notice 55 "U.ss
Lot beautifully landscaped. 346 COMPLETELY furnished 1 BR.
neighborhood. FR 2155.4.By ec 1I(11e. Tar
3TJTS44 1 Florists Sale
NW 12th Ave. Call FR 2-451 for WANTED 1 co-ed to share 3 house $60 a mo. Located at 1033
., THE OWNER in Idylewiloe. 2 appointment. li 1 STORY BR house in NE. $40 per moutil. NE 1st Ave. 5 Baaj Sitters, Cklld Care BR. CCB house. tile bath, fAmIly 38 Real Estate Wanted included. Call 376-1360 after S Places To Go Led ea Articles Waated
V 2 BR turn house. 11 miles northon Tklacs To SeeAUTOMOTIVE It Fe.l Oil Woods
Cali
room. 5 P.M.
372-8001 after
1 f 5.30 PJM. YOUNG RED BRICK 441. air conditioned. T-V. at. It Boata Martee Eq!: ....
$45 per mo. clean efficiency. Best tractively decorated very 11 Csp .Hast. J1Q
A TWO bedroom frame house In WANT TO BUY part of city. close in. Ideal for Clean. Ph. 462-1702. IS ......... Sales-Ite.tala 'W Office X.aipsie.

beautiful 10 country surroundings. AMERICA Firelace--strip oak floors- 2 or 3 bedroom homo with individual or couple. 321 ,NE 3rd 1055 NE 10th Ave. Available Apr. TT 1U"Q. Be... for Salo 'W Mislesl Mcrciuiise

Newberry miles west Road.of G'vllle just off very large kitchen with builtin I family room and 2 baths. Kitchen -I St. at 4th Ave. 4. 2 BR furnished home. UtJO IS Tracks for Sale
Will
discussreasonable appliances/ rear screened must be equipped. Central! per mo. Phone FR 6-2472. Wese- 55 Tracks Wasted
.. offer. Call 372-4415. HOMESPRESENTS porch can be converted into heat preferred. Must be priced 1 furnished BEDROOM air conditioned man Realty.COMPLETELY. M Tr eten Track Be UUJ REAL ESTATE FOR SALES
--- -- apartment. NewApartment
nu.. UKtAM we Cant sleep Fla. room-rear patio for privacy right with reasonable down pay TraDer XcataisII
111. 1216 S.W.. 2nd furnished 2 BR.
: at night for thinking of this 3 very large bedrooms 2 ment. Write to lax 345-A. Ave. Colonial Manor Apts. $115. 1V% tiled baths; large Fla. room Motorcycles SeeeteraS4 Lots for SaleWaierlromt
.. Gold fish. Camellias baths. Floored upstairs and Gainesville Suit.LISTINGS. u
_ 1 block from campus. Occupancy can be used as 3rd. BR. Built- AitoateaUe XipalrsU rropertrUHetaea
Azaleas Banana shrubs in NEW BRICK ready to convert into 4th and by February 25. in stainless steel appliances with Aitesmeblles tor fate yr SaleM
front yard. Beautiful oaks orange 5th bedroom or play room as WANTED dishwasher. ijo. To see contact M Sway Care CetUrts Tor Sale
trees. carport two car MODELSOPEN needed. LIKE NEW Inside 2 BR, llvbtg room kitchen and Mrs. Ward at 4114 NW 12th 27 Keal Estate }:xcbugalEDUCATI'NAI.
-- garage stables. large living LIKE OLD yard and landscap bath. Adults only. No pets. Terr. Sa K *l EUto WsBt4
: room with fireplace dining rm. 10 a.m. Til Dark ing. Frankly we wonder if FHA Fordyce J> Associates, Inc. have 434 SW 2nd St. Reasonable rent. ; 3s Oat .{ TWB
.< walk in pantry. Nearly 2,000 sq. did not make a mistake when need for new and Interesting Ph. 3724110.EXCEI.LENT. SPECIAL Notice to married couples. II Bckoels Jund'. 40 Batistes property
ft. of living space. 14 minutes FEATURES : they valued this property at only listings of homes and: lots Newly built and furnished U Maslc. Daastaf.M 41 PropeHlee
: from Gainesville Florida. Fireplaces 17500. with lust $1,000 down In the Gainesville area. Excellent 2 BR. air cond. S 2 and 3 bedroom houses, $100 and WaU* -ImitraelUe KcsldcBtlal hcomo
.-. Price-LowIT'S Screened porches Including closing costs. You clients are waiting to blks. from campus. Couples 1110 per month. N. tts. Pflone 4$ Pare A reaf.

::;i Custom kitchen cabinets may drive past 636 NE 10th be Informed of your listing. children under 3 yrs. All elec. FRtU4.. EMPLOYMENT 41 Colored property Rentals
VACANT Phone FR 22511to Oversized bathroomsPlus Ave. for an idea of the value FORDYCE $110. Ph. 374-1H4. IT Work Waited Male *J-1 Colored Property Sales
see this 3 bedroom 2 bath I other custom I then call FR 6-2472 for an appointment 4t Houses fee Rent Ufum. Jo
many INC. Week Weatad re
ASSOCIATES 1C
homo on large corner lot In features to see Inside (it looks NEW large air conditioned 1 BR RENTALS
beautiful residential close '26 West University Avenue Available 14 Sales Help Waited
area even better) en or before May 1st.
to schools and: shopping. This VA & FHA Warner W. Weseman-Realtor 37 -1236 P".It 3-2434. FOR RENT S BR 2 bath built-in II Help-Mate or female 41 Cottaaes For Rest

home has large Florida room 1113 N. Main St. kitchen corner lot. 2 blks. from U Male Http Waited 41 Finished Apt.
extra large kitchen; with built- 39 Out o f Tewn Property LIVING room. dining room Metcalfe School fc |Ir. high. 1943 Dr.saUe 41 CafMBtoked A....

in range end a"oen't 2 car car TERMSWalking kitchenette and bath. Centrally NE 15tft Terr. 1125 per monttt U reasalo 8ly WaaUi 41 Heeses for Rest Fora.4S .
port and desirablefeatures. located. Apply Hotel.
r FORDYCEREALTOR Arlington Call 372-5731. Reuses for Real TJaforB.
CAMP in Ocala National Forest
Priced at $21.000 with FARMS & LIVESTOCK 40
distance to elementary Yt ml. from Oklawaha river & 1 BEDROOM. air conditioned Booajk for Beat
good financing available. AVAILABLE
April
IJth. at
201 S< Ftrn EfiipaicBt Se
A Jr. High Schools Shopping & Betel Booms
community store. Completely $83. 2 bedrooms. $88. Near Uni! NW 10th St. JaR. 1 bath $75
21 Peal FcrUllicrZS
furnished building. 1 yr. old on versity. Call. FR 6-5190. mOo Call FR 4-516 FR ai Mlie. BeatalsS1A
DAN BYRDASSOCIATES or o7990. LIvestock a Supplies
Churches.YOUNG private property. Has electricity 50 Wasted To Beat
also some lake lots. EFFICIENCY water furn. 3505 2* Landseapinr Top Sell S3 Bosrdsrs Waited
S1.47J. Call 325-3094 or 325-4235 NW 17th St. S35 per mo. Also FOR RENT unfurnished house 3 JO Pets SeppHcsU S3 Office Dealt Spate

_Palatfca, Pie 1 BR furn. $55 per mo. Call BR. living rm., dining ran. kit. livestock Wasted at Bestaess BeaUls
Inc. AMERICA Split LevelThis McKinney Green, Inc. 3723417. Chen, 2 baths garage & stor-

Jack DeYot Broker delightful 4 bedroom home 40 Business Properties STOP LOOKINGI Sub-let Apr. I age.Phone Stove 312-4221.a. r"rlg. furn. $55. FINANCIAL SERVICE

Associates: HOMESNW complete with a tremendous 15 Sept. 1. 2 BR. completely I ft BesUess OpporiultlceST 21 Special Services -
Christine Stone. E. E. Holloway recreation room Is waiting turn air cond. apt. T-V 2 Bedroom house, plus den; stove MMCT to Loa Z> Bono ImpretaicDts

Walter E. Stoddard. for your Inspection. Down TEN unit apt. house, excellent antenna incl, 1b'& blks. from furnished. $125 month. 24 SW. U lI.rtC.C" U ladle XT ftrTico2S
Clayton Guyrwi 34th & 7th Avenue payment can be arranged Gainesville location I epts.. fur. campus. married couple pfd. 24th St. Call Gladys .Smith U Moaer Wanted Appiiaoco r traitor e

$25 N. W. 13th Street FR 2.2511 Phone 372-7070 and: also excellent monthly rushed Income $450 monthly." $100 per mo. 374-3364. _Realtor. 372-S39J.
Member Listing terms. Good northwest loca Approx. $5,000 t. handle m .... _.... ''III'"I"" _._.__
Multiple FR u. .an'H"'H"n. .m. Hi
FOR rent in 'I .
tion. Consult FORDYCE .. 6-0969. CLEAN 42 1 bedroom trailer. Alachua 2 BR. block ..__
Student couples only. No pets. house. 1 yr. old. Has terrazzo
9064 NW SECTION for sale or rent 3 ASSOCIATES. INC., 376-1234 FORCED SALE THROUGH ILL Air conditioned water and: floors 1 tile bath carport & utility 48 Houses for Rent Unfum. 48 Houses for Rent Unfu,..
and: 4 bedroom, 2 bath, CCB
5 28ftflfCii FREDARNOLD $40 .
furnished. 372-
$75.
NESS. One of oldest established garbage rm. per me. Call 442
home. City water lights and Redwood Shuttersand liquor & gas business In Levy 5182 1871 or 462-1579 anytime.
r IflsVii sewers. Shown by appointment. Co. Will soil: .. UNFURNISHED 3 BR, house. Stove CLEAN 2
fry Inventory -rent AVAILABLE Bedroom kitchen equip
'- ., Phone FR 2.3I2LFOR a modern touch. $21,500 GARAGE Apt. suitable for April 25th. near City
& 4 refrigerator. 2414 E. Univ. ped Ideal
building percentage on gas. Park for working peepi..
I will purchase this most attractive economy minded couple or shopping. schools 3 BR.
Sale or trade. New 4 BR. brick home. Lowdown Choice location & buildings best student. $35 me. 302 N.W. 7th study Iv. rm., dn. rm, kit Ave. Phone FR 4-5709 after 5:30 _20 S. E. 9th St. $40. FR 4-5724.

Denim Is great for play. but home located in Westmoreland payment and monthly 'In Bronson count. Fla.Write P. O. Box o, _Terr. equip. breakfast nook. FR. '- P.M. for appt. 3 BR. 1 bam suburban home

little girls! love to dress too. Estates. On city sewers paved payments to lultlour pud- 2693 electric stove, water heater, re-
UP. home
a BR. 10 x SV Mobile 3 BEDROOM. living" room St 2 Ig. bath Rms.. Ig. family get. Consult FORDYCE a. 12 frigerator ,
J ACRE SHOPPING 4
Sew this lace-frilled pmtucked REALTORCharm CENTERI private fence 100 x 70' lot 2 BR. unfurnished house with $ room tile bath. Screened porch. space heater.
r I charmer in organdy. batiste or ny Rm. & living Rm., dining area. ASSOCIATES INC.. 376-1236 Comer of course, 1400 ft. of 2020 NW 31st. PI. FR 4-1180. acres of land: a ml. from cityon Convenient to Shopping Center. Nice, quiet location.' 4224 H*
Central heat, built-in ktchen; In- pavement; traffic count 34th St. Call 374-MM.
lon sheer for redletter days. and No children. $75 mo. Archer Rd. $65 mo. Warner Water furnished. Available now. .__ _
Printed Pattern 9064: Children's eluding CE dishwasher. 2 courtyards A Garden Wall population' check Indic a t o _Weseman Realtor, FR 4-J47X. 11$. Phone FR 4-X70.;
SUes 2.4. 4. a. Size 4 requires 1H walk' to schools' close to immediate NEED for this 12355W 1st Ave., near campus 49
Rooms
yards 35inch.ThirtyFive. U of F .. medical center FHA envelopes the well landscaped facility. An investors dreamat parking. garage sun MANY Detractive homes available. 1214 NE 10th Avenue. 2 BR for Rent
Cents In coins for FANTASTIC entertainment spaceIn S22.700 Down payment $1.700. lawn of this 3 bedroom home. $40.00000 whole price yard. Summer rate $70 per Some with kitchens equipped. home large tot, quiet masonry -

-. this pattern-add 15 cents for each tremendous living room. 3 Immediate occupancy. Drive by Economical monthly paymentsof Terms, tool ARCH CAMPBELL. mo. Ford, Yalaha. 7$7-3M. MARY MOELLER. REALTOR neighborhood. RENT or SELL. ROOMS for men. Weekly maid

pattern for first-class mailing$ and bedroom. 2 bath home. large 1027 NW 40th Drive. Call Butler' $97.50. A low down payment REALTOR. Phone 37-J707: 1019 W. Univ. Ave. 376-0<<17. FR 6-2937 or FR 2-4351. service, linens and refrigerator
special handling. Send to Marian studio, fireplace central heat Brothers. 372954J dally 376-9048 will move you into it. ANYTIME EAST SIDE furnlshtd. 372--1115 si 72.1"1.
and air conditioning. Within FORDYCe fc ASSOCIATES, 2 BR. CCB $60 per mo. 2209 SE SMALL 1 416
Martin. (Gainesville Sun), Pattern night. house Ig. room kitchen NE 2nd Ave.
_ Dept.. 232 West llth $t.. New walking distance of the F I nicy I INC.:, 3/t-in 42 Farms & Acreage GARDENAPARTMENTS 45th Terr. Call FR 22172. bath stove I refrigerator,
York 11, N. V. Print plainly school and University campus. HAZEL 5 ml. out. Archer Rd. S30 me. ROOMS for rent for .entlemes .
HEIGHTS 3 BR home S90 per month, 2 BR
NAME. ADDRESS with ZONE Large wooded lot with privacyall Wishingfor FR 4-3327. Maid service, near the U of f,
$IZE and STYLI NUMBER. around. Price $26,550. Se. our bedroom end 3-bed- FORDYCEACREAGE home $60 per mo. Partly furnished -. 12 N. W. 4th Me. Call FR '"-
YOUR FREE PATTERN IS room, 2-bath CCB homes with the perfect home? Then $57 per month UltGainesville's 2 BR home $60 per mo.; Furnished 716 S. E. 4th Ave. Nice 3 bedroom ".1.
pennies Into this duplex apt. 2 BR $90 per CCB home. Hardwood
built-in electric toss your
READY stove and Finest
choose It from 250 design City oven.
Ideas In new SPRING-SUM Living Central heat, city utilities. swimming pool. Everythingyou mo. Call FR 4-7464. floors. Walk In pantries. Attic ATTRACTIVE large room. In quiet
COMFORTABLE three bedroom, could want In an attractively Furnished unfurnished fan Venetian blinds: separate modtrn home. Ideal for student
I MER Pattern Catalog, |lust out! Wired for television and tele Under 20 acres of beautifully or 4 BR 2 bath house for lease 6 who
needs
Dresses. two bath residence In Northeast phone. Large yards completely planned home. wooded Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart dining room tile bath and util. o desirable place to
sportswear, coats. prime miles
subdivls I e n west of town. $150
morel Send 50 cents now. section. Hardwood floors. grassed. Hazel Heights Is In Family room with fireplace .property, $1450 en acre. ment. 309 NE 9th St. Phone 374960 Call 376-3401. mo. room. Avail. May 1st. FR B44J. _study. 372-7$3._

attractively landscaped lot on the, city limits. Equipped i with separate dining room. kitchen $. NEW 3 bedroom home for FOR businessman. Large bedroom
paved street. sewer lines. close to bus with breakfast area and an FORDYCE rent. I
step RENTALS private bath
120 of Facilities for
Improved light
acres pasture
FIRST floor 2 BR apt. clean Carport Utility room. 1 block
opening
35 Houses for Sol elegant front foyer
low down payment conventional Wail land with Pensacola bahia, freshly painted Orkin treated from Stephen Foster School. meals. 306 N.C. 7th Avenue.
Into the living room.
IncomeTHREE loans. Located on Northwest at $240.00 an acre. SEVERAL attractive homes Stove end hot water heater Fit 2.1701.
to wall carpeting included.See monthly. Water turn. Phone
39th Ave.. West of 13th .
'
available end also
5' NORTHWESTAND Home this lovely home todayl 376-5883. apartments. furnished. Available 10th of A p. ROOMS for Girls only. Living
bedroom stucco St. Shown by appointment,
130 acres available Immediately Call or Contact For.
rll. S1U month. IOT N.
Consult FORDYCE per W. ,
S2IJOOOO room kitchen.
with apartment. Apt. phone FR 2.382'New automatic wash.
; garage .
close to Ltttlewoed and .. ASSOCIATES. INC.. 374- for $220.00. AVAILABLE for summer UW dyce Associates, Inc., *J4 40th Ave. Call 441-1411. ing machine and phone. $7
rent will most of mortgage per
Westwood schools./ pay West University Avenue, 3161236.
3 Bedrooms mester 1 and 2 bedroom furnished week.
314 N. E. 1st
and 2 Baths, Central Heat. payment. Newly painted Inside These and many other fine apartments. Some alrconditloned 2 BR HOUSE WITH BATH. Unfum. St.
large family room and screened and out. Located In nice, quiet Listing acreage listings available. CAU.FORDYCE Near University 1 mL East of Orange Hts. fit per ROOMING house for male stu.
porch fenced back vi rd. I neighborhood. Total price S1J- 1234.FORDYCE 914 S.W. 7th Avenue. FR 4-2644. AVAILABLE April 15th. at 903 me. Prefer aood couple. Must dents at 304 NW. llth Street.
beautifully landscaped $15. 000 with excellent terms. Call to & NW 17th Ave. 3 BR. 1 bath US be sober I reliable. Call Sarah. Single or double. kitchen and
500 Call anytime. see this one today. BLACK ACRES Lovely 3 bed DELIGHTFUL surroundings.Furnished. mo. Call FR 4-5164 or FR "- ,,0. 1:. parrlsh GR J.''''. living room. Call FR 7.724.
RALPH REALTOR' room. 2 bath masonry home ASSOCIATES INC. J large rooms. Private -
FOSSEY Lake HomesWE conveniently located to the Unl.! 926 West University Ave. bath and: entrance. Couple. -
versify and the Golf Course. ASSOCIATES 374-1234 First floor. 701 E. Univ.
- "SeIlin Florida Since 1tO6" have two new homes on Breezy Large kitchen spacious screen Ave.
U W. University Ave. Ph. 374-1359 Point. Lake Geneva, offering porch, utility room end car. FARMS RANCHES ACREAGE I
Member Multiple Listing excellent boating fishing and port. A- REAL BUY AT $".000. INC.REAL RURAL PROPERTIES LARGE front apt. partly furnished SERVICESHome
bus line t stores. Front
swimming. A 3 bedroom, 2 bath near
REDFRANKSREALESTATE with fireplace end e 3 bedroom. SMALL DOWN PAYMENT Spacious ESTATE EXCHANGORS ROBERTS C. SMITH. REALTORU.S. & side entrances. $85 per mo.

) ( 1 bath with garage. Reasonably 2 bath home on large corner MULTIPLE LISTING REALTORS Hwy. 441 Mlcanopy Fla. Phone 376-5805.

priced at $ end $14,000 lot. Family room utility Grace S. Fordyce, Broker Ph. 464-3120 FOR rent trailer at Newnans
respectively. room, terrazzo floors built In Harvey Benton Associate I 146 ACRES beautifully wooded Lake. $45 mo. Call FR 4-5377.

oven and range central heat. 924 West University Avenue home site. N.W. 39th Ave. near And BusinessAir
\ BIS WHITE COLUMNED Ing system and carport. ITs 374-1234 'FURNISHED apartment. Near
PORCH graces the front of thismodern EconomyWELL VACANT. OWNER READY TO Millhopper Rd. Intersection. V business center. Water Furn

home situated on wood constructed frame 2 BR SELLI GLADYS SMITH 900. terms. FR 4-4448. Ished. $60. Phone FR 2-1123, or

ed hill top lot In desirable North- I, home on large lot. Whispering 10 ACRES. 10 miles west of 23794. Carpentry
west." 3 large bedrooms. 2 luxurious pines scattered around this residence DUPLEX Near the University 1 ACRE end 4 bedroom house for Gainesville off Archer Road. LARGE 1 BR upstairs well furnished RepairsAI

baths. modern kite hen make" ,It attractive for 2 bedroom apartments, kitchen sale. Walking distance lit tI o- $300 per acre. 372after excellent neighborhood.
with built In range & oven. only $4,500. equipment Included. ONLY wood end Westwood schools. 7:30 p.m. all day Sunday Bank 7250. 306 N.E. 5th Ave. Fr '- WORK I
wanted
dishwasher. Spacious step-down "..100. OWNER WILL Finance Fireplace, screened porch, financing.LOS 0969. : Carpenter desires HANDYMAN SHOP
4lvingroonv separate d I n I ng I hardwood floors. Call 372-5393 tiiii work. Repairs, remodel I" ,. FIRST, In Air Conditioning end
room. Florida room with sliding this TRANCOS WOODS 1238 SW 2nd Ave. 5 student rms. Ph. 24102. Appliance FR
one
Kepalrs 4-OM7
-- glass' doors to patio. Luxurious ARNOLDRealty JOHN 2.' ACRE wooded tracts west of upstairs. Live in apt below. I

wall to wall carpeting central 4 BEDROOMS home In P. K.Yonge Gainesville $345 down- total Cover lease $i uti!. with income. CosmetictHAVE
heat Si air conditioning for year Company "". Pretty lot. Separate price 1120. Drive west on New. Ford. Box 207. Yalaha. RemodelingNEED
round comfort. REALISTICALLY MERRILL I berry Road turn right en SR
Multiple Listing Member dining room. Fireplace in living : 1& 2 BR, 1 blk from campus
PRICED at $23,000. Call 374- No. 241 and watch for sign on FUN making up your
1219 W. Univ. Avenue Ph. 372-3522 A NEW Florida
room. Family room overlookIng air cond. optional $76 $101 per room carport
0117. the right or call anytime for friends and earn $40-60 per week
REALTORMULTIPLE the garden. Call 372-5393 map to be mailed.AIRPLANE mo. Call McKlnney Green Inc. by showing' Vlviane Woodard So- patio creened-ln porch,
r for en appointment. 372-3617. etc.? call new and get It done
BUILDING? We have JUST LIST. PARRISHPRESENTS Rare Beauty Program. Call 376- for the
ED a nice lot In Northwest section OWNERS 1480 for information. If summer months. Call3fl.554
LISTING PRIVATE bath & entrance first no answer
4 BEDROOM 2 story deluxe after I ,oM. for freeestimates.
V INTEREST in
on paved street with all private landing 372-1823.
Phone 372-1494 floor two large rooms for
home. Ideal for family living and .
,city c. n v e n lences available. field of regulation size with ad- adults. Refrigerator and gas
Trees. $3.000. Call 376-0117. for entertaining. Near the University. joining acreage for homesiteand An HOUR OF BEAUTY will makea
ASSOCIATESMarcella Aircondltlonlng. Lovelylot. stove Clean. 70$ E. Univ. Ave BUILDING remodeling, painting
hangar minute from towrj "newIou" at MERLE NOR.
Pardl W. M. Buckhsnnsn block and cement work. Good
BUDGET MINDED? Try this neat Call 373-5393 and we will be Call anytime. NEW 2 bedroom furnished apart- ConditioningART MAN COSMETICS STUDIO. work. Good prices. Phone tit-
3 bedroom 2 bath CCB home located happy to snow you this lovely Ralph Realtor ment. Air conditioned. 2 blocks Learn professional make-up 1172.

on pine shaded landscaped SPACIOUS contemporary 4 bed- home. FOSSEY from campus. Electric kitchen.! secrets by trained beauty exports. -
I lot where the azaleas are room 2 bath home located on BEST 11 W. University Aye. Ph. 3741359"Selling Call 372-4007 after 530. BALL" Air conditioning 113 W. Univ. Ave. FR PALATKA ORNAMENTAL IRON
) bloonring. Only $400 down t lovely wooded lot. Fireplaceand $400 DOWN end SIt a month for Florida Since 1906" (Hot Air-Hot water heating and 231)6. WORKS. Railings & porch to*,
appx. $, .so per mo. IncL taxes wall-te-wail carpet In living-' I this extra nice' 3 bedrooms 2 1 ROOM furnished apartment $10 a refrigeration. Ph. 3721685. 15 I bmns made to your specificstlons. .
t ACRE Tracts West of Gainesville week. 3 blocks from square. Vt
a. Ins. Convenient location. room separate dining room, SELECTIONOF bath h. m.. Carpeting and Years Experience.AppraIsal .Phone 375-4005 Palatka
near Medical Center. 20 block off W. Untv. Ave. 12 N.W.
CIII 3744117. family room. large screened inpatio. drapes Included. Drive by 2015N. after 4PM.. reverse the charg
FIRE
Acres available./ 3rd St. FR 4-7074. EXTINGUISHERS
beautiful convenient built E. 7th Terrace end then call Service OS.
168 ACRES West of Gainesville,
NEAR LITTLEWOODW E ST- In kitchen. NEW :372-5393. FURNISHED 1 Br. apt. wit e r
WOOD SCHOOLS Modern 3 $145 per acre. turn. 31st Ave. N_W. It 9th Terr., FLORIDA FIREEXTINGUISHER
I bedroom 2 bath central heat FINLEY area We have two MOVE right In 3f05 S. W. 2nd 40 ACRES Approx. 4 miles from 3129 call FR .-..17. FRED .. ARNOLD CO. Upholstery
Avenue. Ideal financing with Gainesville, $145 Acre. REALTOR Sales and: Service
bum In kitchen. with
Large lot. lovely 4 bedroom homes in HOMES
PRICED BELOW $20,000. Good walking distance to the Flnley" $1500 down and $150 a month. MARY MOELLER REALTOR SPACIOUS efficiency. Heat.turn.water.Suit- RIAL ESTATE APPRAISALSERVICE All types of Fire Extinguishers UPHOLSTER your furniture et

terms. Call V6OI17.REDFRANKS school beautiful wooded lots- 3 bedrooms. 2 baths large lot _1019 W. UnlV. Ave 376-4471 aerial. air conditioner couple only. No 219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 3723522 Pick up and delivery service reasonable prices. Call Sally.
able single or C. R. Thomas
Immediate Central heat. Call us at 372- Ph. 374WGilnttvlllc
both homes for oc. EVER Experienced. FR 4-fSM.
$75. Avail. Apr. 1 406 NE
pets.
Fla.,
REALESTATE cupancy. 43 Colored Property
4th St.3ROOM.
5393.GLADYS Appliance Repairs
I Claude M. "RId" Prank Realtor SMITH
Colonials from
I Myrtle Lasslter. AssociateW. WALKING distance to University furnished apt. nice &
E. -Biir Harris Associate a. j. J. Flnley" school. 3 bedroom REALTORAssociates HOMES FOR SALE clean. For married couples on A-l HANDYMAN SHOP Mortgage BrokerFHA Roofing
with month 2 & :3 Bedrooms SE I4tti St. 4>
brick $93
7 N.E. lit Street Phone 3744817 2 bath home per SE 7th Ave. Some no down pay ly. Adults no pets. Rent rea First in Air Conditioning ..ndAppll.nce
Real Estate study and family room. Wood : Multiple Listing sonable. Call 374-7S44. ROOFING and tree trim.mino. .
Complete
Service
Member MULTIPLE LISTING ed lot 147 x 149. Immediate oc. Florence Bums Ben Griffin :::;. Some small :t"ssrr. Repairs. FR 4-0247. and conventional at lowest CuallN .....fr at '- ..,.i.caa. .
1 /z bath homes Monthly FURNISHED apt. for two males current rates. Terms to 25 9. '
cupancy. Caroline hayes Dan Sheldon ..27 -$W: 702 Sw. 2nd St.,
$65. Also homes built on
Ins W. University 3725393 your only. Air-conditioning & central' Parker AppH. Serv. years will gladly discuss at no Gainesville, Fla.
MARYMOELLER SWIMMING pool lovely coo- from $77 mo. lot for no down payment. heat utilities furnished. Ph." obligation. Call tomorrow.
temporary 3 bedroom 2 bath per NEW 3 BR. house for sale or Call TOMMY RIDGELL FR. 2-4433 or FR 4-1173. Expert Motor Appliance Service. J. W. KIRKPATRICK Realtor
home. carpeted Hvlngr o o m rent. New roof. furniture aV automatic Bul1d-r Phone FR ,..,,, Prompt efficient II 31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 24494
washer. S rows of wire 2 BR. furnished apertment. N. Courteous 972-4214. SewingAlterationsSEAMSTRESS
modernb -
with fireplace screened porch Florida '
311 S. E. $th St. saD month. FRED B. ARNOLD
pets.
central! heat and air conditionIng : 40" high ., new treated posts. 44: Cottages for Rent

fenced In yard and shuttle rick fronts from Jasper 1502. H. Davis. Alachua 44J. Phone FR 4-C941. Auto Equipment FHA AND REALTOR CONVENTIONAL I I do sewing of ad.

board court. SMALL furnished cottage and 1 RM. Apt., equipped. Suitablefor LOANS : kinds t. Dressmaking. Mrs. W,

Gracious LivingIS bath $95 per monthScreened CHECK this one to see In Little trailer for rent. Suitable for couple. Free water. TV antenna HyBRAUUC JACKS rebuilt I. 1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 C. Asbell 3434 N.W. 17th TI,.
FOUR BEDROOM two I wood Area. 3 bedroom. 1 bath, working couple. Moore's TraIlerCourt. fc csraoe. 4 Wfcs M. of exchanged; Repair kits for race m065S.Sewln. .
yours when you purchase this home in good location near carport CCB. Neatly established ., 2330 E. Univ. Ave. 374$164. square. FR -uu. Walker Jacks. authorlzed MORTGAGE MONEY I
spacious 3 bedroom. 2 bath Boulevard. convenient to down 0 porch lawn shrubs and shade Waiker :"arr1C Jack SVi per cant Interest Terms to I
home. In the S. W. Section. Good town shopping. Reasonably pric trees. Monthly payments $$7 to Service Agent. HULL'S BRAKE 25 years. I

_ financing.! Only $19,000. ed. Immediate possession. homes from $85 tal. $12,150. Owner will pay I I GUESTISOVI.race overlooking with" natural spacious streamon ter. 46 Unfurnished Apt*. SERVICE & SUPPLY 1314 S. BUY BUILD REFINANCECall : Machine Repairs
closing! cost. 3532 N. W. 7th Ave. Main FR 7-17 I
MASON MANOR Just listed a month Call FR 3-475. private grounds. Large living IM NW II St. Pt,.
Budget neat 4 bedroom 2 bat II per room with fireplace balcony, FR 2-2511 CALL SEWINO MACHINE: SER.
very 2 BR. duplex apt. $SO per me. Auto Glass Dan Byrd VICE CO.
horre. Large livmgroom. central 1311 N.E. 20tn PL By owner 3 bedroom bath and: kitchenette. $1) W. University
this lovely 2 bedroom 1 bath.
ON
Cell :3722372.
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2207 S. C. 45tn Terr. Ave. 374-107. We
air conditioning. BR. Fla. rm patio $77.14 I[ Completely furnished. Close repair all
It Is located in the N. W. sec heat and moderns ; ; inn.VA to GLADYS Smrtti Realtor. FHA
o Calif. MII" Wonr
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tion has a nice yard and Is like Beautiful lot with lovely fenced loan; alr-cond. t appl. optional. University and Medical Center. AUTO CLASS is our only busness. *- and conventional loans. Lowret. fvUv gua'aetee4Tires .

new. for only $600 down and $75 in back yard. A perfect house Make offer FR 2-2341. Call FR 4-5112. GARAGE opt. Nice dean 1 BR. Immediate Installation ... Terms .. 25 veers. 122
a month. No qualifying.Swimming for a growing family. Convan.Lent from $84 per mo. tile bath 4 kitchen. Steve refrigerator free pickup I delivery. Add _W. Univ. Ave. 372.5393. Alignment
to Elementary and JuniorHigh 1713 NW *m St.. FR beauty L car.MAIJLDIN'S .
Broke
Y'l'trot.Gm FORDYCE and Associates, Service
school. 2-22It er PR 4-7537. Int.
I Pool NO MONEY DOWN CO. Conventional and '.H... loans
.!23NW. 6th St. FR 4-255.
NEW WESTSIDE! residential sub with low rates and.... term
IMAGINE yourself the owner of VACATION SPECIAL
this 3 bedroom. 2 bath home. division soon opening. Acre lots VAPay 47 Houses far Rent fur. Bulldozing teous loans our confidential specialty., service.Quick cour.Call ON famous' rtefionetiy known M*

Just reduced to $24.500. Call paved streets. outside city about lim only Si 00 closing Camp In Ocala National ForestS 374-1234 or come by 914 West hawk tires . Save up to
its. tell
for appointment to see it bay.I this May restricted we area.you more FHA LOWEST SMALL bulldozer, loader tfumo University Avenue. Crete ,.,. 10% on new tires. See our new
LAKE GENEVA S and I bedroom trucks fill dirt. lIme reck. TopSOIL _dvee, B..H.r. wrap around retread that gives
We Hove Many Fine RANCH ETTE nomesites too- DOWN PAYMENT mi. from Oklowoha River & community houses month or veer. Matnew Phone 372-7S44. more mileage & traction. Intl.mer .
'Homes for Sole son Manor. Call 47J.2911. Tire Co. 4M N. Mali $t,
4 Bedroom apparently 10 acres eactL. I BULLDOZERS & Dragline Backhoe : PAINTINGPAINTING
ca'ed on Newberry Road. Just store. Completely furnished building 1 yr. FURNISHED air conditioned 3 wheel tractors motorgrader. WINDOW
$500 down. S years on balance. Hugh Br. 2 bath CCI. 1101 NE 14th Free estimates." W. G. Also Screens repaired. CLEANING

MARY Ave. Excellent neighbor. IBvdr' fat-men. F.42" I window PhoneFR _
glass replaced.
Edwards old .on private property. Has .electricity also hood. $130 per me. FR 4-4$9t. 4-1JTJ WINDOWS cleaned floors cleaned

M.1 M. and waxed, houses washed. 1$

MOELLER Inc.NorthcentrAl some lake lots. $1475 call 325-3094 or 325- 3 BEDROOM Brooker Dial unfurnished 4S-46I1. houseIn I "orpentry PlumbingSEWER S _yrs. experience.FR 25955.Yard .Fr. esHmatts.e .


2 BR furnished house. 505 NW
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GRADY CABINET WORKS
- PARRISH Florida's 4235 Palotka. Fla. 14m Ave. ... pets or small "' I Custom built cabinets and mow INSTALLEDNEW Work

IREALTOR Largest Builder By Far dren.. $I. per me. Phono 3742823. ings refinishing and spray a. wed fixtures complete

& ASSOCIATES. INC. painting. plumbing service BIG'' JIM CHARLES: WORSHAM specializing
H. Wayne Hill Helen S. Graham NE 16th Ave. & 15th St. 2 BR. eel furnished N. C. sec 1533 E. University Avenue HUCULCY Gainesville Plumbing In lawn mowing, edging prun

1 Iflif W. Univ." Ave. 376-4471 Carolyn Gardonshiro Mary ParrlshTTHAT 372-1551 tion. Call FR 27154.WELL. Phone 371-8313 FR 2-1S4. ing. FR 6-1'" anytime.



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49 Rooms For Rent 54 Business Rental

FOR rent 27' x 4 MCE dean room private en- W. Univ. Ave. Call FR 606161. 1 When the Mercury Rises
trance. Refrigerator het. J..B.drooms: 33.20 .
OFFICE SPACE for rent. 626 N. $ I Hope"H"
If desired Phone 374-2721 or cASH FOR .
LAl/lfat
Main St. Phone 376-1480 it "ice '
4952312.t : no SHELL Per Mo., 12 Yearn

SMALL& garbage RMS furnished dispose water $40 I I GARAGE answer 3721123 space for rent 613 S.W. I= Inc. 5 I tJ.i ( It Will Soon) Cool Off:

per mo. 3702 SW Archer Road. 2nd. St.FR Call 21444 John Merrill. Realtor | We Trade Homes I

A LARGE roo m.lth private I or Property 1s.Ttav .
bath & entrance. Refrigerator 56 Business Opportunities
& twin beds. Near HowardJohnson !
Restaurant. 372-4847. 1IfIII'- ,'i
CLASS 44FURNISHED CHURCH BONDS ,
11 miles north 4% Guaranteed negotiable i The following art ready for .
en 441. Twin room.beds, bath separate $1000 S500 $250, d S100 de_ Inside Finishing Extra. 100% fincmd"9 E occupancy. "'; o "': t : ,
entrance, air conditioned nominations. $49,000 aggregate R No DowIS E :
TV sm. kitchen if desired. Ph. terms 454-1171 available.High' Springs.Phone 3720694or Choose from ..... option 21 Models Money to ChooH 1115 N.W. 40th Dr. i i:1; : -
4621702. installed or funushecL. F3 BR, 2 bath. $350 dn. .$138 ",
I SMALL Business New stamp From = per mo. II. ft;' a '
PRIVATE entrance businessman* bath nice- ; and aspirin vending machines FREE! 32-pnje Catalog explaas iL! "
ly furnished pre 111115 I '
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Good locations
furnished. R
ferred. 151* NE 11. St._ After 6 N.F.5thSr. I i .' -'
1}I Writ Bo 393--' Gainesville
p.m. Sun. i :3 BR. 2 ba"JSO dn. SI 13 "' ." -

FURNISHED room with private\! 61 Wanted to Buy r 411 : per mo. I ;t -'II _. __...... .
entrance, pr'h., telephone I I .. :
and garage. Call FR .- Ii i 3707 NW 21st PI. iG} : !. ..
5112. WANTED MetAl extension 'laooer Jacksonville Road : 4 BR. 2 batti MOO dn.' \i ( "r.
I up to 30 fret. Phone FR I OCALA. FLORIDA 1213 I per mo. I .. ___ .__.. _
OESIREABLE single room use 1 s i aura P. O. Box 954 Phone: 622-8118 "
of refrigerator '& telephone. I '! 1216 N.L 17th Ave. S1071
Gentleman only. 1414 NW 12th I i :3 BR, 1 bath, $350 dn. i :
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WANTED.Rd. FR 4 4-2896 fellows to share
3 bedroom house In West t! 1021 NW 40th Dr.
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Park Rates during very reasonable.Spring Trimester Transportation OPEN HOUSESUNDAY 03 i i 3 BR mo.IVi bath, $tCO dn. '99.SOper a if" 1"-rt .- At the Exclusive Swim Club Or, In '
furnished. Call FR m 4 .
6.8681 }M ,13 -
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1442 NE Uth PI. I "f, '
51-A Wonted To Rent BR l'i bath $400 down.s ,
1-13 per mo. ; FullHouseCentral
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a or more bedrooms 1 or more 1 To 6 1702 N.W. 38th Dr. I
bathroom. unfurnished house. Call I :3 BR. 2 bath. $350 dn. tt7 i
FR 2 500 after 4:30 p.m. week. per mo. t' =
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days. or all day weekends. I f /
3659 N.W. 16th Ave.
2 Sr. AAed. Students want 2 BR 11 4527 & 4617 SE tat PI. COMFORT
apt. or house for 1 yr. begin I Iv 4518 & 4608 SE 2ftd PI.
ning May 1. Furn. or unfurn. 3 BR. 1 bath $500 dn. $68 } ConditioningChrysler
State location & price. Box 506 j per mOo 14 CONDITIONED
Nof'd. Center. : '. I
Y < : : 218 SE 39th St. ;> : I HOME
52 Boarders Wanted :3 8 R. 1 bath $350 down .
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WOULD like to board the elder. 'J: ?
'y. best In food best in care 303 & 313 SE 38th St. .: Air Tempt .
no bed patients. Reply to box 304 & 314 SE 39th St. it ,. .. .
384 A in cart of Gainesville u 3 BR. 1 bath. $500 dn. SU .
Sim y
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54 Business Rentals I z 1III1IIIIIt! \ ::

The following are under construction .
OFFICE space for rent. Univ. and will be ready m t Enjoy Both At Highland Court Manor
per Ave.sq.Jk foot.Main John St. Merrill floor Real-20c for occupancy soon. 8 .

tors. 372-14U. \ I 3225 NW 29th Ave. 51121
AIR CONDITIONED I BR. 2 bath $850 dn.
NEARLY new modern office or M per mo. Whether you're enjoying a cool dip in the exclusive resident-
location at 3733 West Univ. Ave. I
Ph. FR 4-2472 Weseman Realty. 3224 NW 29th Ave. '! restricted Swim Club or relaxing in your home cooled by Chrys-
4 BEDROOMS 2 BATHS ,
1113 N. Main St. 3 BR 2 bath $750 dn. $102
1 STORES FOR RENT on South ::1 per mo 5 D' :\ '* ler central air conditioning, you'll be adding to. the joys of

Main. Phone FR 4-4784 or 4- Intercom built in kitchen Hard- --* summer at Highland Court Manor. It's
7278. system. Family room, appliances. 3236 NW 29th Ave. >: two-way insurance pro-
wood floors. Central heat and air conditioning. Extra large utility : ii 3 per BR mo.. 2 bath, $700 dn. I vided for your pleasure by Kirkpatrick & Pierson to make liv-

STORE AVAILABLE room. Washer and dryer connections. Double carport. On 1/z acre l 911i
at H. C. M. all 'round
3301 & 3311 ing a pleasant experience year Why not
i lot completely landscaped. City sewer and utilities. II''
MAY 1 NW 30th Ave. model homes and how live
I ,-" inspect our now see you can com
Has front for retail business I 4 BR, 2 bath $650 dn. $91
& large back for warehouse t EXCELLENT TERMS :15 per mo. I fortably all year?
storage. Located on corner of t IEII'I
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1st Ave. t 2nd St. If Interested I 3236 & 3224
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call fiabers FR 2-
Mrs .
1053. $25,000 j NW 30th A.e.I ,q: KIRKPATRICK & PIERSON
i I 3 per BR mo.333o, .2 bath $400 dn. $eat :} .
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You Are Invited UNIVERSITY REALTY & 3320 i Sales Office NE 23rd Blvd. & 11th Terrace 372.3471

Beautiful home In Black Acres. NW 30th Ave. i t fi
3 BR 2 bath, Fla. Rm.. Ig t 3 BR, 1 bath $550 dn, $7t.50 :! .
play room. Early American M. MUNROE. per mo. __ J_ 7-------_ ', '?"'_ : : __ ,=--_ __ _
kitchen family room withfireplace. 1115 N. MAIN ST.W. 372-4351
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Price 3(11'f, If 1i1I Sun Want Ads
bought this week. SW lot I FOR RENT
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124 SE 7th St. Get Results
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f"v""o'i4i&
E. C. "CURLY"KUEHN ,. 1 Year Lease $100 per I I.IllIIIItmllHlllllllllllIIIIl1MlIIIIIImIIImnDII. I

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Home Lots. !Bennie. Bur I F. D. I i i ALL OUR HOMES ARE fiIi v
Inet And Lake Property.Farm OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY S 1-t tyi' 4" ?
and Arre f.. j' SEEING ANYTIME IF i
E. a "CURLY. KUEHN. Jr. INVITES YOU WILL JUST CALl.. i
CU N. MAIN ST. ; I 1123 SE. 4th STREET !
FR -2033 Broker FR C-U44 FR 0-5301 or FR *-79aWHAT'S'
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Custom-built homes that look
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IMPORTANTANNOUNCEMENT I

.j IMAGINE;
Cooperative apartments to I
be built In Gainesville. For :I
information call FR t-2921 1 1.y
or write: Living Pleasure and ComfortIn I aI $8 0
P. O. Box 13956 f y 6 3 R >
for
Gainesville Fla. .
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University Park a 4-Bedroom Model Home :I Y >o

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Built to your plans and speci t I
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Alachua County.TOMMY ,' e A Family Room (You'll Not Forget) : ?

RIDGELL Kitchen I
BUILDERS t. ? I

Call FR 2-4125 Separate Living Room -t- t
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Dining and if

FRESH AS SPRINCI Separate Laundry Room '. ; ", I

4 Br. 2 bath.- Separate living Separate Storage Room ; ,..: 'f' QualityWhen st
dining rooms. Oversized swimming .. h
Family pool room with with bam fireplace house Complete Intercom (AM & FM) It Comes To

Acre lot. Under const. 3 Br \
2 bath. Family room with: fire I
place. Many extras on' Acre i LOCATION ; t q fw.6 l
lot. Go out NW 16th Ave to4Jrcf Drive West on NW 39th Are. past the Glenn Springs intersection. ,
st. Intersection turn I W
right & S
Go appro 1 mile, see sign on See Sign on Left. QUALITY : wl f3x6

left. T. D.BUILDERFR ZETROUER Telephone: FR 2-0866 We Have Only :

4-341 THE CREAM '3 bO:1' l 4
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ESTATES
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13th PI. I makes the differerce '

$12,250 to $16,000WESTMORLAND .




z :: t tt ESTATES We challenge you to find a more convenient neighborhood than Pine Forest -


.. 4s. Addition No. 2 We don't believe you can! '

NW 39th Dr. & I Gainesville's largest shopping center is two minutes from your Pine Forest -
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Y. NW 8th Ave. :
:. 6 $20.000 to $30,000All I i s home. Downtown shoppers enjoy Pine Forest just-minutes-away conevenience

too Parochial and public schools are within easy walking

distance of all Pine Forest homes. Your children can walk or ride their ,
Services

: 'o' -',: City ,! bikes to school safely on protected sidewalks Sperry, G.E., and the

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taII4 .' ..... -. Monthly Payment i University are just minutes away via major arteries Pine Forest is

From $74.38 located in N.E. Gainesville. where the fun is. .
2203 & 2115 NE 17th TERRACE ; swimming bowling _, .

i II golf tennis riding and baseball Yes Pine.Forest's con
3 Bedrooms, 2 full tile baths with vanities. Dining room, Family room, Living I I venience makes the difference. .

room, kitchen. Have new General Electric drop in Stove. Central heat and air : Min. Down FHA -

conditioning. Landscaped THESE HOUSES ARE PRICED TO SELL No dosing Nothing Down y A RENTER? '7 -

Cost. Already financed. :
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OFFICE i rent. No obligation. .

COY THOMAS .. NW NW 39th 16th Terr.Ave.& j. y6claraawN ee &tdt :., .


BUILDER ,' Tel. FR 2-9545 or
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f 1 Nights and HolidaysFR ,
a Phone FR 2-9569 :- / 6-9048
I 'a J I tN.E. 16th Ave. & 15th Street 372-1551

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Sunday, April 5, 1964 Gainesville Sun 9C
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-'d! Wanted to Buy 66 MIse-.For Sat. 77 Motile Homes for Sale 85 :Automobiles; for Sa!. 85 Automobiles for Sal.PRIVATE -

.: l DODGE-DART -- I ,

WANTED: water cooler. must t* 2 STREET length formats. One NOW SHOWING CORVAIR Monza.63". .. __-
equippedwith party one ANNOUNCINGTHE '
owner
priced reasonable and 1 hi
good Pink and one White. Size 14V* 1964 MOBILE HOMES radio heater, white side 1960 Olds two-dr. air cond- DODGE TRUCKS I i .
working"ext. 30 H condition.weekday Call 372-4441 or ,15. Like new. Phone 4952188 2.nd 3 bedrooms all Floor wall tires. 1,000 actual miles. all power except windows OPENINGOF 1'1 NEW 1964 GMC
Archer. Plans. Terms tailored to meet Assume payments small equi very dean. 454-120 POOLE-GABLE

W? BUY and sell au kinds et fur NOW Is the time to your budget. Drive a little and ty. Will consider older car for I ANDPICKUP
mture/ stoves refrigerators NOT when the next war prepare scare save a lot at equity. Call owner at 372-4441 161 COMET. R 8, H. excellent 119 SE First Are. I I
clothes radios", TV. etc. Call or storm threat arrives. You CONNOLLYMobile _ext. :33 t-5 weekdays. cond. 31400 mL Call FR 13784. 372-4343 Ra'ulersonMotors
.
F* 2.3931.LARGE can buy I $1600 shelter now Home Sales. Inc. CHEVY BEL AIR 'S!. H-T; V-". j I TRUCKS
upright!! freezer. Canoe for $550. My loss is your 2 Miles North on u. S. 441 clean snappy good all around. IMPALA. 62. SS white. 2 dr. I
riber gain. Mfgd. by ARMCO Steel Phone 622-8166 201 N. W. 33rd Ave. H. TV8, auto. trans. PS AS
preferably glass or aluminum. I'

Corp. Approved by CD. FHA. Closed Sundays PB, fact. Air R" H. WW.
.
Phone 472-2000 or 473-2220. state & CHEVROLET 161. 4-door, air I
Newberry. Florida. city. You 'lust can- SPECIAL bucket seats $2350. Like new LOW
set a much better bargain conditioned., radio heater. Big Ortg. owner. 372-0149. $1'
75
WANTED MM FORD automobile. than this. FR 6-2377 anytime. 10x50 Mobile home and 50x100 motor. Power brakes. like new. DownS
stand trans lot. 1 mile S. of paines Prarie. Call F R 6-4282 after S p.m. I ENTERING service must sell AS
"cyl. preferred.
SPRING SALE ON
All State Mobile Homes. FR 1963 Plymouth Fury. 383
Call 377-W80 right away ZIG ZAG AUTOMATIC 6-3052. CHEVY 1951. V-S Bela-r! radio & engine.. "$oT. R&H. W-W. SPECIAL
heater A T.. WSW like new I $200 equity & Pick- p
pay
64 Household Good SEWING MACHINES TWO bedroom nouse trailer. $900 exceptionally clean Inside & out. ments. FR 6-5416. I Per Month including tax, title |
I
Up to0 per cent off on such one bedroom house trailer $750. _1108 NE 15th PL 37W1M. 633
famous name brands White. Can be rented. Phone 376-8234 ORIGINAL OWNER passenger NOTICE
I T-A-G APPLIANCETested : Hew Home Pfatf Necch Monday to Friday to S. CORVETTE 164. gold fasback custom Suburban 59 Ply- lfe insurance, financing charges.
and Guaranteed plus liberal trade-in, don't 8,000 ml never titled PS. PB mouth station wagon. Good
42 Refrigerators from S39 up mlu It.SALE. 40MODELS AM & FM radio 300HP power condition. P-$, P-B. R" H. II NO GIMMICKS Can be bought at these
Ranges from 139 up ENDS APRIL glide posltraction. Colin Murphy low mileage. Will sacrifice
II Washers from Sit upI 30 terms! 2.dozen i. stock to choose from.
FR 2-J303. for $845. May be seen at Rkhard Cox
Dryers from $49 up Seeing Machine Service Co 1325 N.E. 12th Terr.
2 Food-Freezers from (W up __ Univ. Ave. FR 6-1075. ON DISPLAY TO CHOOSE DODGE 1952 4-door. good run I Tropical Pontiac

J 2 Dishwashers from S4? up STOP! FROM LOWEST PRICES, 2178 ning after condition.* Si00. Call 376- Sales representative for University i'
li TV Sets from SJ5 up -
SMALL DOWN
PAYMENT. 87
JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO Mobil home owner. dow. tear Automobiles Wonter Chevrolet Co. wishes to GMC Truck Center
out those DODGE U49 MUST SELL. 4 dr.
windows DON't TRAILER MARTHwy.
41f NW Ith Ave.PtmS3Q3 cut Invite his friends to visit "
holes in sedan, runs good has 4 good many I
your home to in- 220
N.W. 8th Ave.
stall inefficient window air 17. Phone 328-1050 tires. Sl&i. Call FR 2772. 159 to 161 Convertible. Has to be him during the Chevrolet Sales FR 23582WITH I
REPOSSSSEDCOMPLETE cc.ndlt1onerL' OPEN WEEKDAYS in good clean
condition.
For economical ENGLISH FORD Consul con Prefer Fair now In progress at University Clark Raulerson
MOBILE standard shift. Will
HOME cash.
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CENTRAL UNTIL 9 pay
61. cond. Down
vert. good
ROOMS p.m. payment Chevrolet. If you have
AIR Phone FR 6-0983. 60
CONDITIONING SYSTEMS SUNDAYS I TO 6 and take over few remainIng VOLKSWAGEN --1
.. call "Dan" FR 6-0627. ever wanted to save money Convertible grey with new
FURNITURE APPLIANCES payments. 510 NE 4th Ave.
A-l HANDYMAN SHOP EAST PALATKA. FLORIDA 372-5478. on a new or used car nylon white top. A-1 throuci-
Take Over PaymentsSAILOR
out.
being transferred out of COLEMAN Uptlow oil fired fur FEDERAL QUALITY HOMES FORD. 157. 4 dr.. stand. shift. ,, RAMBLERTRADEINS now Is the timetPAINT $1045
race: with
country taking his family with In exctl. Cond.gun type turner. Unit 50X100 actual miles. Very clean. 59 CHEVROLET
him wants someone to take overpayments HELZEL CO.. Will Sacrifice. 4820 NW 13th St. 441 South Best offer. Phone 372-5478 or 4 door hardtop. Green and
on his furniture 1. tail SE 4th St. Gainesville 372-5113 can be seen at 510 NE 6th Ave. white. Automatic transmission.

appliances. FURNITURE consists fL brown COUCh chair. "*w Hours 8 to '8, Sunday 11 to 7'' I ARE CLEANER Power steering power brakes
HILLMAN 59 Sedan excellent
sofa & chair In high Cover In fair condition Service Is a must with us. radio.
of i tor $25. $425. Call FR 6-0663. heater white walls. A t
grade nylon. converts to bed. Phone FR UOO3. BETTER CARS real nice car. ,
2- end tables with matching CLEAN your LANCER 61. mod-770 4 Dr. s- tlck. j $1145
cocktail. 2 lovely lamps reclinIng "With amazing rugs a Uptlolstery WYATTTrailer new tires. 39,000 mL BaL $960. 5* RAMBLER

I chair, 10* so. ft. of carpet. Use our ,pP/leator Lustre free. Foam.Call Mr. Ealwin 3764404.: JOB Custom 4-door, 6 cylinder

'.21" CONSOLE TV Home Beautiful Furniture. 1703 MERCURY. 155 passenger 63 RAMBLER automatic radio. heater

BEDRM. consists of full size dresser N. Main St. SalesHome V-8 wagon auto trans- radio. white walls. Real nice car.
4-dr 660' Cross Country station $645
excellent condition.
bed. heater 1
bookcase
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chest consists of Mt ELECTROLUX of owner. $500. 312.23.tD.MERCEDES. wagon automatic transmission Spring Special I 57 CHEVROLET
Boys' room nj
I Pacemaker Mobile heater Individual reclining 2-door V-8 straight stick.
match Homes
with "
pie bunk beds dinette with forI SOLD new tso. NOW $49. Like new. Shasta and Alrstream ISO Sedan excellent seats. 9,000 actual miles. NEWI 2 tone paint. White walls, like
chest 7 PC. condition. 1100. Call FR.
Family size refriger.&or Guaranteed. Travel Trailers new. Tropical Pontiac
mici top. 6-C863. $2495
I 1. stove also' Included.'ORIG. THE KIRBY CO. Ocala's First Mobile Home $845
PRICE 51 H6 712 N. Main FR -7Uo or MllT. Dealer Since 148 OLDS '58. Fiesta station wagon. S3995 58 JEEP

GOLD colored sofa bed. 2iik 1923 Silver Springs Blvd. AT. PB PS W-W. R&H25.. Pick: up. FC-150. 4-wheel drive
BAL DUE $297 liquor step tables with formt Phone 629-1358 Low mileage. 3001 NE 13th St. Worn hubs. Motor completely
ca tops and 2 wrought Iron Ocala, Fla. FR 2-844 63 RamblerClassic overhauled. A-l condition.

WKLY PAYM'TS $2.50 chairs Call FR 64662. 8x30 mobile home newly eOII- OLDS 1960. 2-door, factory stick. 4dr66V, automatic, $745 63 ( )

go money down. no payment CAMPING trailer and equl atructed, 10 x 20' cabana 5 min. Good cond. $975. 154 OLDS. air conditioned, radio heater SPECIAL VWs(2)$16'95

til Ma.,. Ask for Seara FurnIture merit; radial arm saw; HO train from campus. Town & Country Good running cond. $225. Ronnie like new in and out. Ranch S4 FORD
Trailer Lodge. Ph. Wagon V-8, radio,
376-2865. .
18 outfit record W. Young. 372-5097.
NATIONAL.FURNITURE ; miscellaneous player; tape recorder A. $2395 HAWESPOWERS- heater. New tires. 2 to choose from. 1owners. low mileage.
pieces of '
furniture OPEL, 58 good solid dependable $145
WAREHOUSE B-Flat clarinet; trumpet Kelly.AVOID second car. $395, Call owner at Several GOOD PICK UPS
; several
Beach Blvd. FL C2561I cameras and dark. 372-0103. FROM

I Son open DAILY "' ..Sat.4.Fla.., Sun. 1H er room, set equipment of golf clubs riding; 3 bicycles mow RAMBLER 1958 station wagon 62 RAMBLERAmbassador $25 TO $65

Jacksonville. See John Teter. Alachua late FUTURE heartaches get the radio. heater power steering 1611 HawthorneRd.
FOR SALE 10' Admiral auto. afternoons and evenings. REAL FACTS power brakes. auto. trans. air 400 wide bucket 63 PONTIAC
with freeze seats. Automatic transmission Body Shop $3495Grand
defrost refrigerator JUICER. all metal condo Real clean buy $695. Call .
Call 371-46$1. excellent Vent Chason 376-7660. radio. heater. AIR CONDI-
lIe5t.
.
371-5285
(
cond. Used
1
yr. Ortg. price TOTALCOST TIONED. power steering power 611 SW 3rd St.
$138. Will sell for $65. See at >35 of contract VOLKSWAGEN: 1963 AM-FM radio steering power brakes, like Home of A-l Used Cars Prix, fully equipped including! air. Beautiful white
I Antique
65 NE 3rd Ave. or call FR 6- delivered and Seat belts. White wall tires. '
new. CARS TRUCKS JEEPS finish.
set 1-Owner low
:3404 up Is what ACTUALLY FR 2-0538 mileage.
after 7 P.M. PAY. you Like new. Can be seen at 402
for sale. CallCLOCK USED Westinghouse NW 34th St. Call 372-6698. $2295
ANTIQUE organ washing ma
4 s---__
372-6310. chine. No reasonable offer re LARGEST VOLKSWAGEN. '61. $200 equity
china case fused. FR 2-5118. I bought DISPLAYwith and take up payments Call 475-
handpainted a Kenmore. 2833. 62 RAMBLERCustom
perfect running condition SMALLEST 63 PONTIAC
chimes. Rare collector's Item. KING SIZE 21 cu. ft. Refrigerator BRING out the best in your car. 4-dr. Sedan, automatic $2995
$200. See after 5 p-m. 126 sw freezer comb. Cost $825 new, OVERHEADBRAD Superior Auto painting & body radio heater air conditioned -
40th St _4 vrs. old $215. Call 372-791. work. Fast dependable service; power steering. Individual Catalina 2-dr
USED Underwood portable typewriter free pickup. delivery. WRIGHT'S reclining seats. A beautiful hardtop, fully equipped including factory

66 Misc .For Sale. good condition. $30. Ph. Cr DAD BODY WORKS, 2031 NW 6th St. carl RAMBLERSWide air.
372-515. I Larsen benefit. like to work and you FR 6707.. 1 $1695REN

PLEASE HELP take up payments LARGE Chest Deepfreeze. Lookat CHEVROLET, 2-dr. hi r
to protect customer's credit It Make reasonable offer. LAKE toP. new paint and tires.
GENEVA
Three rooms of furniture Call FR 6-510. MOBILE condition; only $425. d-1 SPECIAL OF THE WEEKEND
to be returned living HOME SALES '57 PONTIAC Convertible. $ 8-8
room having bedroom and dinette. See LOVELY make offer.mink'62 cape collar Rt. 100 SE Keystone Hfs.. Fla. Wright's Body Works. 2031 Selection of 6'1 and V-8's in all series.
sm. Wllsh.r.runs ,
C t McDanlell Furniture. G'vllle perfectly $40 baby batht- IT'S FOOLISHto 6th .St3769707, after 6, 3725806. MON.SAT.Meet 61 PLYMOUTH $795

Shopping Center. none excellent cond., $10 FR our salesmen: Carl .

12 GA. double' barrel $20 12 ga. M783 pay less. more. RECKLESS to FOR sale 1941 antique Cadillac Davenport. P. G. Holder BEFORE YOU BUY GET OUR DEAL 2-dr. sedan radio heater.
pay
GET THE REAL. Elmer Miller. Clint Fleming
Mar- -
pump with Polly choke $50. excellent cone! Call FR 2- '
lln 22 lever action like new 70 Boats-Marin E4u1 FACTS. Payments as low as 1179. After p.m. and Albert Plant

$65; children's swing set with S57.29 LAKE per month with $300 down. '62 VW SUNROOF rich anthracite sales manager. ON THE LOWEST PRICED AMERICAN 59 CHEVROLET. $795Station
GENEVA
GE electric broom
; slide $15; gray. one-owner local purchas .
See after S 126 SW 16' REGAL LANCER Cabin Mobile Homes Sales
$10. p.m. Cruiser
40th St.MATCHING and trailer. Phone 2568. Rt. 100 SE Keystone Hts fla_ and lent maintenance records excel- 61 CHRYSLER BUILT CAR! wagon V-8 engine, automatic transmission,
--- condition. low mileage. loaded radio, heater.

chest $12 dresser 15 CROSBY Fiberglass boat with 1960 KENTUCKIAN 10 x 55'with with extras: heaterradiowhitesidewallswmdshield 4-dr Sedan automatic; power
20. Firm double bed 30. Sea- 50 HP Evlnrude motor trailer. 10' x 45' aluminum washer-front steering and brakes air
ly-twin $30 trunk $2JO. new all. In excellent condition. Good _awning. Lot 26. Hickory Hill. & rear seat belts-utility shelfbackup ditioned. BEAUTIFULI con I Watch your favorite magazines for Rambler's
stove. FR 64410.UNDERWOOD buy at $1100. May be seen at lights-headrests-side mirror- 59 FORD.$695
t elec. typewriter. I Gator Marine. 80 Tractors & Truck Rentals ventshades.SPECIAL SALE Purchase PRICE cost $135.S1395. $1695 I $3 Million Surprise Party Coupons!

excellent condo $175 157 Chev.. TEN h.p. Mercury outboard mo Phone between 5-9 P.M. 3723721. 4-dr Sedan, V-8 engine, automatic, radio, heater,
.Vt ton pick-up, excellent cond.. tor, good condition, $50. Contact RENT a truck fact'/y air.
one-way anywhere
$55. Call 376-0887. 371421"U" 1963 CHEVY II Station Wagon
In the USA.
from United Rent- 60 FALCON2dr '
Air conditioned auto. trans.
REFRIGERATORS. Regular FIBERGLASS Sea _Alls. 625 UN 8th Ave. FR <-835
CAR breeze. radio & heater three seats,
$450. Will sell 6 or more 35 hp Evlorvde eteci Seminole white side walls, 4,000 miles Sedan. Clean end ready to RIDGWAY MOTOR CO.
.t wholesale price. 485 4681. BF trailer. mos. old. $1000 83 Motorcycles & Scooters less than 5 mos. old. $100 cash. gol SAVE. 60 PONTIAC
Brooker. Greens General Store. __7018 N. W. 13th St. take up payments. Call 372- $745 $1295
8171 I to 372-5738 after 5
machine will sell
SINGER my equity sewing in automatic ZI g 72 Office Equipment 1957 running ALLSTATE condition.scooter.Needs In good little P.M. 1132 S. Main St. FR 2-8433 Catalina 9-possenoer station wagon. Automatic transmission .

Zag for 124.00.You take up balance _body repair. S45. Call FR 6-4014. 1960 Volkswagen. 6 -passenger V-8 engine radio heater
six at $1000 power steering and
of payments GAINESVILLE'S largest pick up truck. 1 owner low 59 BUICK
volume
of- brakes.
each or make reasonable offer. fica supply VESPA 1963 like new. Cot Utt, mileage. E x c e lIent condition. ,
Machine sold new for $250. dealer Chesnifs sacrifice for S2SO. Also 50 Watt Phone FR 6-3158. LeSabre 4-dr Sedan automatic
Call FR 22051. Office Equipment Co. Invites you Ham Transmitter. S50. Call transmission radio. heater .
to come In and shOp. or call for 2-3223. FR '58 T-BIRD. EXCEPTIONALLY power steering and brakes
1 PR. mens new dress and work free delivery./ Chesnufs Office CLEAN. Arctic white hard top. AIR CONDITIONEDI
'ox$1.. New Revolvers $15.75. Equipment Co. 106 W. Univ. VESPA 1962 125 Scooter. Good all power. A-C R & H, 4 new
Dort Sales ,Go. Next to Boys Ave. In Downtown Gainesville.TAX condition $190. After 6 pjn. pn. tires bucket seats. Call 3764898. $1095
Club. on Waldo Rd. 376-4313- OPEN DAILY
'TIL
TIME Adding- machines and BEST OFFER will buy 158 Olds 9
LOST bright carpet colors restore 1962 55 cc Ducat .. .
calculators. New and used. Park good condition, M rAdio. heater PB PS. air
them with Blue Lustre. Rent er's' Complete Office 195. Call FR 2-OAJ after S P.M. cond. Drive It. Phone 372-5934. BIG VALUE -
Electric Sharrpooer $1. McDan- The only authorized Olivetti Outfitters.. and Sat. & Sun.NORTON 323 NW 15th St. 59 FORD SAT. 'TIL 6
lell Furniture Co. Gainesville
Shopping Center. Underwood Agent In Gainesville. 1960 motorcycle 600 cc. '50 BUICK Sedan runs good. Radio Galaxle 500 4-dr hardtop. Automatic "
Ph. 372-2555. 601 W. Univ. Ave. in excellent condition. $400. heater. new tag $60 cash. radio: heater. new tires.A Com by and meet these Courteous salesmen LL I-f lnson,
NOW you can afford to cook with Calf 4S4-104T fw 7-OB P.M. Drive It away. 924 NW 9th Ave. cream puff. PRICED TO Bud Thompson. Buford Brunson, R. G. Clifton F. P. Tuns-
91. Gas range. used. Installed '73 Musical 'Merch.ndiseORGAN Ph. 372-4887. SELLI NO MONEY. DOWN! tall Jerry McAllister
FREE with our LP gas. $65 84 AUTOMOBILE
complete.. Propane LP Gas REPAIRS FOR SALE '62 Corvette 4 speed. $995No
SW Archer, Road. Phone FR 4- sm. engine extra clean good
5110. SALE SPRING AUTO TUNE-UP mechanical condition. Contact 57 DODGE, 9-pass. wg. $7.00 wk.
Of Christmas Left All 416 NE 7th
overs. Marvin Shealy.
DANISH mod.: Iv. rm. furniture new organs. Savings up to 30 Your car's pep & power show St.. West ground apt. Down Payment
dressing I table desk b. case per cent. Earl's Piano Co. up with I tune-up at BROWN'S 57_RAMBLER, station wg. $7.00 wk. 61 FORD.$1495
SERVICE CENTER. Guaranteed RAMBLER Classic. "63, white 2
rugs dishes. Ironer ste reotape 702 W. Univ. Ave. 3722222 I
' rugs dishes Ironer. stereo. tape recapping & wheel alignment. I dr. power steering R&H. Can 57 FORD wagon $395 57 PLYMOUTH sto. $4.50 wk.
recorder odds .. ends lamps, HEATHKIT F.M. tuner Good sensitivity 809 N. Main. FR 6-4310. be refinanced or take up pay. 57 PLYMOUTH $395 wg. Station
/ ments. Excel. condo FR 2-5992. wagon automatic transmission, V-8 engine, radio -
Oood
moving. FR 6-2024. performance.. $35. 57 CHEVY. $595
; FAN 20-* guaranteed Dominion Phone 376-6009. 85 AUTOMOBILES for' SALE LIKE new 157 MGA 1500. lust I 59 RAMBLER wagon, wag $595 59 FORD, 2-dr, V-8, Std. Trans. heater, power steering power brakes, factory air..

fan with portable stand new In UPRIGHT PIANO SPECIALS one tuned & overhauled new Crankshaft
55 CHEVY 4-dr $295
Sept. 163. $20. Phone FR 2- $50; one $75 one $150; one CADILLAC Coupe de Ville 2 dr., & clutch. custom Interior 57 FORD, 2-dr .... .... $8.00 wk. All OF OUR USED CARS HAVE '
215. ntlque Grand $15. Grldley Music h-toP. '57, air conditioned, $1,000 invested asking $800. 30 59 OPEL, Sedan $395 64 TAGS!
Co. FR 25353. brakes. power SW 23rd Terrace. FR 6-7170 56 CHEV Bel-Air 4-dr _
GE '63 portable dishwasher excel- steering. windows, after 4 p.m. Many more to choose from. 8 $8.00 wk.
lent condition. $100. Call FR 2- SPINET. piano. mahogany finish. seats antenna & power trunk,
0335. good condition, $300. Phone 372- signal-seeking radio. autronlc
674- eye headlights. Everything Caddy FOR THE CORRECT 56 MERCURY, 4-dr . $6.00 wk. TROPICAL PONTIACGMC
ELECTRIC typewriter good con- made only $675. Call FR RIDGWAYMOTOR

q S dltton P.M. $115.weekdays.Call 372-6738. after I 4-325. TIME 25 More 55. 56, 57. 58, 59 & 60's to choose from
Automotive CORVAIR. I960 4 DR.. automatic I
GOLD leather reclining chair wal- transmission. radio & FR 2-1411 CO. Coleman Motors TRUCK CENTER
t nut desk walnut square shaped heater excellent condo SS95. i
end table. Phone 376-5660. 77 Mobile Homes for Sale Ph. evenings FR t-7883. Of

-GRAVELY garden tractor with rotary CHEVY 1957 station wagon. V-t. Courtesy 1132 S. Main St. 302 NW 8th Ave. 376-1451
mower. Excellent Condi- 58 GREAT Lakes for sale, excel) excellent cond.. new tires. University Chevrolet FR 2-8433 r 220 N.W. 8th AVE. FR 22583ALE

tion. $180. FR 23768.AIRCONDITIONER ent condition. Phone 372-6400 Best offer. Phone 372-6623. or H. Main St. at 16th Ave.
after A P.M. FR"We'd 606556. _
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Leaving town $65 Call 372-6208.
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$50. Phone FR 60834.


_Chairs:DOWUNG'S low IS UPHOLSTERY$8. No money Fight Than ''i'i'I BARKLEY MOTORS

down low as $5 per month.
Free estimates pickup and delivery '
service. All work Guaranteed. 'I t

PhoM 376-77S4. Switch _
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FOR SALE CHEAP. Restaurant i .I
formica coun'er and 26 stools,
equipment. Complete fountain

and short order equipment. 52" .; : from our Policy of :
Call FR 2-075 or 2207. Mr.

Page. Low Prices Low I
: SAVE''UP
ALL CHANNEL T. V. antenna .
Double stack complete. Nothing Profits and High
else to buy. $15. Brants. SjllIgs
S13 N.W. Itti Avenue. Volume !
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USED Chain Saws ISO up. New !

4 hp saws $*$JS. We repair \ I Ii
.II chain saws 1. lawn mowers. i
Chain saw rentals McCulloch. $
Wisconsin and Briggs Stratton

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HARPER PAINT CO.
II S.W. 7th St. 372-4366 57 E. FORD . $445A 63 FORD . $2395 62 FORD . $19954dr 62 CORVAIR ... $1695 r 61 MERCURY $16952dr Alpine 60 SUNBEAM $1299
real sharp car. Good economy Galaxle 509 2-dr hardtop, automatic sedan. equipped with automatic -' Monia 4-dr. speed transmission hardtop power steering extra dean. A real
THE BEST COSTS LESS. Heat in gasoline, little upkeepSee power steering radio. power steering radio radio heater. Here to real automatic radio. heater, air good bargain
three times the water your electric !! and Save. heater white wall tires. Save heater. Yes. It's air conditioned good economy with a sporty I conditioned too. A pretty car. I 60 FIAT $1095
neater heats. Call Fulipas hundreds of dollars here tool A good car that Is ready 'I Haiti I, Spider this car h clean and

Your Philgas Distributor. 376532 '- 1 1This 59 FIAT . . $595This to go. 61 FALCON $11954dr. reedy to go todayl
: 600 series. There I I' 63 CORVETTE $3995 61 FALCON $11952dr radio, heater a sharp I. 60
__ are 211tothecr from. Take Sting Ray 349 H.P. engine. 2- 62 CADILLAC $36954dr sedan. We have art this little car well wortb more MERCURY $1395
SINGER Week's Special _. your choice tops, 4-in-tte-floor transmission fulty equipped including price so low that It can't last money. 4dasoan, air conditioned
SEWING MACHINE. Wilt sell my radio heater white waU tires. air conditioning, 15,000 actual long so YOU better ru/rryl power steering and brakes,
Your chancel miles. You can check with the 61 MERCURY $17954dr automatic transmission. Clean
equity In automatic Zlg Zag 63 F lAT. . $1395 and sharp
this like
1 196455'xlO'3B'roomMOBILE original owner See station wagon. automatic
for $20. You take up balance of 1100 4-dr sedan. Equipped with

6 payments of $8 each or rake radto and heater. Jut like CHEVROLET. $2595 new beauty. power air con steering. radio heater.power brakes Sharpi 60 CHEVY $1595
Machine sold
reasonable effer.
newt Impale sports coupe equipped Impala 4-dr. automatic
_new for $250. Call FR 6-1075. HOME with power steering automatic 62 CHEVROLET $1999 steering, radio, heater power cteanas
61 CHRYSLER .
61 MERCURY $16952dr transmission radio heater I Convertible. automatic power $1695 a,pm.
GOLF CLUBS bag. cart. guns. OPENTODAY
real 2-dr.
steering. radio. heater a Newport. hardtop fully ,
real sharp
TV. hand tools adding machine hardtop power steering carl nice car. N w"s the time to equipped including air conditlonma. 59 CHEVY $745
typewriter. calculator. radio. heater automatic, air See this
to
buy that convertible appreciate
_Make offer. Phone 372-534. conditioning. Yes. ITS a real !' 63 FORD .$2395 a real speciaL I dio.Station heater.Save wagon, automatic, ra

CANT FIND A SUCKER SO I'LL $ ; clean.beautiful car That to extra Calaxie 500 4-
HAVE TO PLAY FAIR. For fair 3788Fully I I Including automatic transmission 4-dr" 'V-201 series. radJO. heal 61 DODGE . $1195 '
prices on washers. dish washers power steering radio er. A real sharp car. Lancer 2-dr hardtop automatic 59 BUICK $1095
61 E. FORD .
refrigerators 1> appliance I $5952dr. heater white wall tires. Compare radio heater clean as ,a pin. 4-dr. automatic, radw. heaier.
repairs call FR 6-0267. See this little gas saver the quality and price on 62 CHEVROLET $1695 'power steering and brakes.
It's lust right for fitting your this car anywhere in the
SHOP state 1
HANDYMAN
CHEVY
A-I 60 .
2-dr. V-t engine automatic $1595
Furnished MAHA budget 2-6 53 LINCOLN . $995
I Approved transmission power steering Convertible automatic, powersteering.
STEEL loading ramps. Can Mused 63 CHEVROLET I p.m. r 4-dr hardtop fully equipped In-
$2595 radio and heater. The very radio heater. A good
or for dozers.loading Call farm FR 2-1"tractors Delivered & Set Up for instant Living 64 FORD . $3995X4. Impala 4-dr hardtop. Fun factory cleanest one hi Gainesville. clean convertible. See this one cluding" factory air ccn4iIIon4ig.
500 thIs car Is loaded including -
equipment. This Is todayl
a fine
BARBIE TYPE doll clothes factory air conditioning car at a price you caul afford SUNBEAM $1795 57 FORD $195
priced lower than commer- Low mileage. There is real to twin down This little 61 CORVAIR $1195 60 CHEVY .. $1495 Good fishing car.
deL Other types made on 10 $64M savings here a practically Alpine beauty 'Is sports extra car. clean and '700 4-dr. low mileage. Real Impala 2-dr hardtop. Remember 57 FORD
request. Phone 372-6512. % Down Per Mo. new car. dean. See this one to appreciate ITS the difference $495
full of nice 62 FORD . $1895 ready to gal a' real fine buvt that counts. you pay *<<, radio heater. Real dean,

MOVING.furniture hows mostly solid oak. Over 50 New Coaches All Prices 63 T-BIRD . $3995 4-or sedan fully equipped including -I 62 CHEVY $2095 runs good. A good buyl

Electric stove. ga and kerosene Fully equipped Including air automatic transmission, 61 FALCON $1195 60 T-BIRD . $1995
heaters. 3437 S. W. ArcherRd. Accordingly conditioning. Brand new tires.A power steering annd radio end 4 to choose from Impala 4-dr 2-dr. real clean H We I Loaded 56 LINCOLN > $495
car. are including
Drive A Few Miles Save Lets Of beautiful cart heater. See this car today sedan automatic transmission.power factory air Fully equipped todvdttg factoryair.
Money I steering radio and heat ready to move this one.we and conditioning. This car Is clean .
FOLDING CAMPER. Pre-season Best Trade-ins On Of Value! I er. Come get your choice while witt trade right Inside and out. SM and drive
Anything 63 PONTIAC . $2995
62
Good cond. CHEVROLET $2495 It todayl
bargain. 43 rno eI. the selection Is still good. 55 CADILLAC .. $595
New 1700. Buy today for ore9 AM.- S P.M. Sundays 1-7 P.M. 2-dr. Hardtop, fully equipped 2 to choose from. 2-dr Impala 61 CORVAIR . $11954dr IMded.
only $450. U26 tit IPh Terr. "South' Discount Outlet" including power steering, Super Sport fuUy equipped including ?w. low low mileaa 60 BORGWARD $ 595
Largest Factory 62 TRIUMPH $1795
Heed .. brakes automatic radio,heater I factory air conditioning. This Is a real opportunity for Station wagon. An excellent 55 FORD . $495
$INCOMPLETE The LarkT of sterling white air. wad tires PLUS factory I Take your ChoIce. TR-3, Just' like new In every respect -you to Save uve. buyl C< Barton This car Is lust like new. except price
silver also Trlneess appreciate a clean older carl

china. Phone 376-0334. .
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I Northcentral l Florida'sNo. .n
A GOOD WARRANTYAND SALES i = ;..:. :
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1007 N. Main St. S.S. ,s I II
No Phone FR 2-6313 1 Independent DealerIs
Northcentrol Florida's

ReasonableOffer Independent Largest Dealer Smashing All SHAW and

63 METEOR. PS, Auto still in warranty .. ... $2395 I.
Records 'In Used Car
Refused! BIGSAVINGS 63 STUDEBAKER Cruiser all pwr and air. .... $2195 h

l 60 T-BIRD 62 FALCON very clean,automatic......... $1395 :

Loaded including factory air ..... ... KEETER
d light green finish. White wall Small Down Payment 62 COMET,4-dr radio heater std. $1395 .
tires. Reduced to .
$1795 1957, heater Chevrolet automatic.Sedan radio I 62 VW. Spotless .. .. ..............:.. ... $1395 SALESI

Station. cylinder wagon.61 CHEVY engine Perfect, standard addition hardtop.1956 Chevrolet Bel-Air I 61 FORD. Galaxie 500. R&H. full pwr & air.. $1595 63 FORD9passenger

transmission for only:'M tag. Goingnow 1959 Rambler Station Wa- 61>> RAMBLER wagon PSt Factory air ........ $1295 I
gon. station wagon
$1495 1955 Ford Foirlaine 59 BUICK. Invicta full and air........ $1095 Country Sedan, fully equipped
60 CHEVY 1955 Chrysler air con- power including, V-8 engine, radio,,
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I Impala. v. Engine, .automatic ditioned. ...... heater power steering, powerbrakes $2 545
transmission.1-Owner. Clean.OPEN radio, neater, 59 CADILLAC. 4-dr cieVille loaded. Air $1995 II OUT as Sellingr Cruise-0-Matic transmission .

SPECIAL 1 61 T-BIRD. PS. PB. EC. EW Air .......... $2495Let white wall tires. Fin-
1956 Ford 2 dr.hardtop ished in Solid white with red
SUNDAY $165SIXTH interior.
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2-6 ST. Us prove to you .. OUT Pricing t 63 FORD

62 CORVAIR MOTORSMotors That a Safe buy used ears is your buy!
2-dr Fastback,
Monza. Automatic radio heat. 4-speed transmission -
er. Real Sharp. 4. i i radio, heater, power i.
$1595 Crane-Lincoln Mercury"It's :: .;i t. steering white wall tires. Fin- .t"' :
60 BUICK 2031 NW 6th St. OUT TradingCOMPETITIONI -:: ished in attractive light blue.$2595 ;:}
Loaded with equipment Includingair FR 6-4564 Easy to -Trade with Crane Lincoln Mercury" 'h', Come see and save yourself ::f.
conditioning. See this one. .."'j: : hundreds! ..j
Reduced to: 516 S. MAIN STREET FR 2-3631 : "i

62 $1195 PONTIACGrand Sun Want Ads : : ..:;
Prix. Red with white MORE AUTOMOBILES OJN .
interior. luaded with many extras te. 62 CHEVROLET ,
Including air conditioning. Get Results
$2895 PRECEDING PAGE! ..
61 CHEVY4dr 4 dr., Wagon Bel Air. a.
Impala. Equipped with. '" IMMEDIATE DELIVERY '.. equipped i with V-8 engine,
t
cylinder standard shift. over
drive. AIR COND., a fine car powerglide transmission i ra-
for the hot summer t dio, heater, power steering,$2145
$1495 power brakes air conditioning -
64 CHEVY4dr Come on in and kick the tires. 63 T-BIRD $3995 too.Whitewall tires.Fin-
hardtop. 283 engine., new! e ished in attractive tutone
Automatic transmission radio
heater. White wall tires. One of the things most people do when they look at a used car Convertible loaded. Including air cond. green 'f ..
$2960 is kick the tires. But it won't tell them a thing. It won't tell them s
61 CORVAIRAutomatic '
transmission radio for instance, that the car has passed a rigid safety and perfor- 64 OLDS. $4195
and heater. Ready to go. 1- tuned- :
Owner. This Is an exceptionallyclean mance test. Or that it has been completely reconditioned,
car. Very low mileage. up tightened-up, washed and polished, inside and out. Jetstar 1, coupe loaded. I .-..
Must see and drive to appreci -
ate. if ...
$1195 Come in and kick the tires, slam the doors bounce up and $2395 .
62 BUICK.
62 CHEVY down on the upholstery, if you like. Then go out for a spin. We by -
Convertible., white Red top.with 321 red engine Interior sell more VWs that way. We sort of get a kick out of it. LeSobre 4-dr hardtop, like new, radio, heater & 7I
with standard shift. Boy's you I automatic, power steering. I
got to see this beauty to appreciate I
a sharp car. Hot to Gol
$2195 '61 ruby VOLKSWAGEN red with contrasting SEDAN. white BrillIant '63 CHEV $2995Sold I I SAVE UP TO

When better deals are made interior. It has just been fitted with '63 VOLKSWAGEN STATION I I
for $4200 fully loaded including air.
We will make them! 5 new whitewall tires. AM-FM radio. WAGON, excellent condition. Radio new
Heater. Beautifully maintained. Price: and l long side step add to the enjoy-
$1195. ment you will receive from this turquoise 63 VOLKS $1695 $300 .
ARDEN beauty. Of course, this one I
2-dr. sedan radio heater, like new.
is equipped with the 50 H.P. engine. r
57 VOLKSWAGEN Sedan. Tan
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with red i Interior. This car carries a Price $2195. .
60 FALCON $995 .,
STREITMOTORS I 100% parts and labor warranty. Price 62 FORD
$695. Radio & heater standard trans. I
Fairlane 500. V-8 engine, --
|'62 CHEV $2195 transmission, radio heater air
MILLER BROWN MOTORS ed, solid white finish with blue 9745
I I 2-dr. hardtop, radio, heater & automatic. Whitewall tires. A real pretty car!
Corner NW 16th Ave. : 1030 E. University Ave. FR 2-3532 I duced to: . . . . . .
and Main St. '
I I I FR 2-0486 I | 57 PLYM2dr. $495 -

I I I: I After FR 7 6-6957 and Sunday I hardtop V-8 automatic. 61 FALCON2dr
I I
I -- $2095 Standard shift radio $
63 FORDFairlane .
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- heater, light blue finish. Beautiful blue
"500", radio, heater, V-8, automatic. interior. Come see and Save!

HAWES-POWERS USED CARS -
59 Vouxhall $295Station 61 PONTIACTempest

Wagon Heater, good transportation.
f SMITTY SAYS: heater, white wall
radio
4-dr
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v. 62 CHEV$2195Impala tires. Sharp blue and white

If You Need a Car and Really want to save some money Convertible V-8, power steering, Power- blue interior. Save Save, Save 1!
glide, radio & heater. -

. SEE US NOW! 60 RAMBLER
58" CHEV $595

If You Don't Like These Prices . Biscayne 2-dr., V-8, automatic radio & heater. 4-dr. Fully equipped including V-8 engine,
power steering, heater, automatic trans- 095
mission. Finished in solid white with matching -
.< | 64 Pontiac SAVE $
MAKE US AN OFFER grey interior. Special.
Showroom new.
SPECIAL-SPECIAL

60 FINE CARS TO CHOOSE FROM. '63 CAD. $4995 I 55 PLYMOUTH2dr ............ ........ .......... $145

Loaded like new. I Hardtop. Light Green Finish. Really a good buy!

63 NEWPORT, 4-dr sedan, PS, PB, R&H, AT, Air cond . ...... $2695 '
62 FALCON $1595Futura 60 CHEVROLET4dr
63 DODGE, 440, 4-dr sedan, PS, Air cond, R&H, nice ......... ............. $2795
Sport Coupe radio & heater I
63 VALIANT, 2-dr, V-200, AT, heater, 14,000 miles, sharp . $1745 Bel-Air. Economical 6-cylinder

63 SAAB, 2-dr,.4-speed transmission, R&H ,like new..... ...... ..... $1345 1 I: '63 FORD. $2895 a; gine Beautiful, radio blue, heater.interior.Tutone Clean and blue sharp en-J! 045

63 FIAT, 4-dr 1100, heater, like new condition ..... ..... ...... ......... $1095 I Galaxie 500. 4-dr. hardtop bucket seats PS & PS, I II

62 RAMBLER, 4-dr, automatic, radio, heater, nice ......... . ...... $1475 I auto., radio & heater. 59 MERCURY4dr

62 VALIANT, V-200, 4-dr, heater, 16,000 actual miles, sharp ..... $1495 ['62 Mercury $1795 I

62 VW, Sunroof, sharp. Ready to go ............. ..... ...... ........ .... $1395 Meteor 4-dr. sedan auto., radio & heater, PS & PB. sories Hardtop including fully radio equipped, heater with,

62 FORD, 4-dr. Gal axle, PS, Automatic, R&H, Perfect ............................ $1795 |'63 FALCON $1595 I steering Air and conditioning.power brakes White, PLUS wall acces$945

62 TEMPEST,4-dr wagon, radio, heater . ...... ...... ...... ....... . $1495 J Your tory chance to SAVE!
2-dr., deluxe heater standard trans.
62 CHEVROLET, Vz Ton pickup. Really a nice truck ............. ......... $1595
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61 PLYMOUTH, 4-dr wagon, ((2)) PS, R&H, automatic, Air cond . $1395 I MOST DEALERS PAY 59 CHEVROLET4dr

61 OLDS, 4-dr'88', PS, PB, Radio, heater, automatic ..... ...... ...... ;.... $1495 I..I Wagon, V-8 engine, radio, heater.

60 CHEVY, 4-dr Irr.palo: automatic, radio, heater, Air cond ...... $1495 MORE THAN WHAT Solid white finish with tan interior.A really $895
clean !
wagon
60 DODGE, 4-dr, automatic, radio, heater, PS, Air cond ................. $795 I WE SELL THEM FOR! .

59 PLYMOUTH, 4-dr wagon, automatic, heater, sharp as a pin ..... $845 : I r _' : _- -- __ __- :- =-' '_--_

59 CHEVROLET, 4-dr hardtop, PS, PB, R&H, AT, Air cond.nice ..... ..... $925 '62 T-BIRD $3195 j SATISFACTION GUARANTEED

58 CHEVROLET, 2-dr, a real good car for the money ...... ...... ..... $295
2-dr.. hardtop loaded factory air.
58 BUICK, 4-dr Sedan, PS, PB, R&H, AT, Air conditioned . ............. $700 : I I

57 PLYMOUTH, 2-dr hardtop, Automatic, radio, heater"..... . ......... $395 h '55 FORD. $395 SERVICE 12-MONTH PLAN

56 CHRYSLER, 4-dr, runs real good. A good buy for you ............. . $345 2-dr., Custom, automatic radio & heater V-8. I II LOW DOWN

55 CHEVROLET,4-dr, 2 to choose from, good cars ..... ...... ...... .......... $225 I Z PAYMENT
63 COMET $1795 ; w
I b v EASY TERMS.
Custom 2-dr., 6.000 miles heater, standard trans. j e
SPECIAL SPECIAL I aR; WAHRAJ

IMPERIAL ...... ..... $1195 1 "Many More To Choose From" I II - ... -- --
60 LARK ..... ........ ......... $560 59 .- - -
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2-dr hardtop, automatic, radio, heater. 4-dr heater hardtop automatic power! > ar steering conditioned power too brakes! radio q WE SELL TO ''I

SELL AGAIN I TRUCKS!


(NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED) 59 CMC Tractor., 3-T on, short wheel base.
Phone SPECIAL 1-YEAR GW a 61 FALCON Ranchero. Heater. Green finish. .
61 SPRITE. ......... ...... ...... ........ $945 i GAINESVILLE .
I 6-3400 Convertible! nKe nICe: WARRANTY : 56 FORD 1/2 Ton. Utility Body
59 DODGE, 1/2 Ton pickup.

51 DODGE, !/2 Ton pickup.
AUTOSALES 53 FORD, V-8, 1 1-Ton Cattle Body.

Hawes Powers Motor Co. I II

SHAW&KEETER

Plymouth-Voliant-Chrysler-Imperial-Simca, Sales and Service

I q "Your Friendly Ford Dealer Since 1924",
"We will not be undersold or our-traded"
OPEN 'TIL 9 PHONE 372-6313 I 238 W. UNIVERSITY AVE.

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cars & trucks ..i IKS'?"'* tiMse Ham ATLANTA..IOt.U
\g:. in stock 'now. _.---'-- Every new car and truck in stock is cut MANUfACI I::SUGGEST.:TA(MICE(IndudM r Isla ..
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USED CARS CUT up to 25%



Check our stock daily. It will move fast -at these prices. One-owner new car


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63 CORY AIR 56 FORD 59 FORD 62 CHEV. 63 CHEV.

Monza maroon with black 3 ron pickup. Galaxie 4-dr. sedan V-8, Bet-Air, light blue with Be-Atr! 4dr., 6-cylinder, au-
I 1 interior. 4-speed transmission automatic transmission, radio matching interior.! V-8, autotematic transmission radio
,,tir + radio, and heater. Like $287 heater. matic radio heater air conheater..
rt. OPEN -i new $987 ditioned. $2087

$2187 63 FORD $1887

r Ranchero pickup. Standard 58 CHEV. 62 CORVAIR
8 transmission. 61 CORVAIR
58 FORD
C a.m. to r,? Bet-Air 4-dr. hardtop V-8, Light Standard transmission Light blue: 4-dr' :. automatic
green.
.:.. Wagon black and white. V-8 $1487 automatic radio, heater. radio, heater. transmission radio, heater.
.,k : engine, automatic transmission $687 $1587
11 $987
'" p.m. dally. rad'SSier. 62 VOLVO

,, Solid block. 4speed and extra transmission cleaninterior. 59 RAMBLER 62 FORDGolaxie 62 FORD
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... Now through A radio and heater. Standard transmissioninsportation. heater, hardtop solid, black 2-dr. Galaxie hardtop. V-8
-, F. 64 CORVAIR good interior.V-8. automatic transengine.. automatic transmission
":;. : to get us off to a good start ,Jj.'t, '500' coupe., Automatic transmission white $1487 $387 conditioned mission, radio, power heater steering, air power, radio steering heater.air Lightbeige conditioned

with $1987 with red interior.
troir 62 CHEV. $2187
I 58 FORD
Convertible cream with
a --- matching interior. Super 63 CHEV.
Custom.V-8.automatic transmission -
z '. i Sports. V-8 automatic transmission ; radio heater. Good Impala 4-dr., white with blue 63 FORD
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62 C H EV. radio, heater air second cor. interior. Extra c lean. V-8, automatic FaJHane 500 hardtop, standconditioning. -
Biscayne, V-8 engine, autoand brakes. power tseering $487 ,transmission radio,:heater, air, conditioned and transmission, radio heat
matic transmission, radio, power er,: like
steering and brakes.
heater prey with red interior $2 6 8 7 $2787 $2' 0 8 7

$2087 61TR3 _
'. 58 C H EV. Roadster 4-speed radio, 61 C H EV 64 PLYM.
heater. Red with black top. .
,, 63 FORD Bel I-Air, V-8 engine, automatic -, Green Belvedere
with Interior.
4 -?- r iss'a $1187 matching ,, ., hadrdtopd..3S3hFnOt
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heater, 4-door .
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tz-Ton pickup. Dark blue good solid transportation. sedan.cyllnder. automatic like pees.000 actual miles.
transmission heater
V-8. automatic transmission
I radio cab. $487 clean. $2 8 8 7
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<<. hel'sCUs7' 62 MERC.extra, $1187

.( Monterey 4-dr, sedan V-8
'LL"' ) J\L. 62 FORD automatic, power steering, 64 CHEVY II
t .:t brakes air conditioned 59 CHEV.
eo: power
.,. 61 CHEV. 4-dr. sedan. V-8. automatic
radio, heater.
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: Ranch wagon'standard trans
\ a; ) ; Station wagon. Kingswood 9- transmission radio heater
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V4-Too pickup good trans"ISSlon. radio, heater 6cyl$1987 passenger. new rebuilt entutone paint 4.000 miles.
portation. inder. sine standard: transmission Like new.

$1187 $1587 heater. $2787

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.f 60 CHEV. Biscayne 4-dr.. V-8, automatic
62 CHEVY II transmission, 61 PONTIAC 59 FORD
power
Vi T o n pickup, standard Automatic transmission, heatsteering., power brakes heater Galaxie hardtop coupe V-8,
a transmission. 6-cyiinder. exter.. air conditioned white white with turquoise in.StatlOl'l wagon. V-8 engine, automatic transmission, radio
era clean with blue' interior tenor automatic transmission, radio, heater,
: $1187 $1387 $1887 heater, $1587 2-tone paint. $1087

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12C Gainesville Sun Sunday ApU 5, 1964 ." .. .
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cents In Pensacola andr Tallahassee 3 and 4 *lk directly to those next meeting for Orlando, d
: marketing areas. set in the Miami federal mar the date to be set later

I Retail Milk Price Control to EndJACKSONVILLE John A. Bums of Sarasota, a keting area; and this too was
dairyman, objected to changingthe adopted. Egg Market
base from 4 per cent butter.
(APCon- forbids distributors to sell milk commission is not to blame if This order also win expire'to 'month according to supply fat to 3.5 per cent He said it. its Milk use.is Class classed one is according liquid whole to' JACKSONVILLE (AP) -The
would have a tendency to lower Northeast Florida Egg Market
trols on retail milk: prices in to the public below cost: Costs milk prices are high. June -.1, when a new formula and demand. quality. mule sold to the public. Other, prices to retailers:
most of Florida will end June L have been established by a commission Langley said the milk industryhad goes in to effect.for establishing! Mmimmns r'n be based on 3.5 classes of mills may be from the
The Florida Milk Commission formula which in effect not shown an inclination to minimum prices to producers., i Langley replied that through same batch but surplus to class Extra large 45H 47, mostly

which has jurisdiction over 57' pass on to the public its savings per cent bu at milk. Theminimum out most of the United States.one needs and therefore availa-; 47; large 4344, mostly 43; medium *
counties-all except the Miami set retail price floors.E. through a commission! order last The commission adopted stable price will be 55 centsa the 3.5 per cent base is used and ble for use in cottage cheese,. 3641, mostly; small 32-
area voted Friday to rescindits .Robert Langley of Jackson- month lowering prices the distributors minimum prices, doing gallon in Tampa Bay, Central] Florida should conform to the chocolate milk, buttermilk or 34, mostly 32.
fair trade practices order. ville proposed ending restrictionto have to pay their pro away with an escalator clause Florida and Northeast Florida I standard.He I other such products. Poultry at farms: fryers 13%;.
This order in effect since'1961 show the public that the ducers. ,which let prices fluctuate month marketing areas. It will be 54I pegged prices for class 2,: The commission scheduled its.hens light 6.6*.
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shape for excellent wearabllfty, White powder, .
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style sheath dress The elasticized waist couldn't WE MACHINE WASHED & DRIP-DRIED THIS FABRIC
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PettfcWrt or Legs: winning combination In the great blouse season of the hagLuforLourofyoorbuy

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