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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
Alternate Title: Sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: April 6, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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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.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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NEW'YORK (AP)' The nation and much of the .

HereLike world began paying a hero's homage today to Douglas

MacArthur gallant old soldier who has faded away. .:W:

The rugged heart of the 84-year-old general of the -
-:S Army, which had kept
beating
: through three grievous '
the next three weeks By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
'
'operations, was stilled at 2:39
'ahead, 'this is the week that .t th
Tributes have been paid in aU p.m. EST Sunday at Walter
was for 22 political hopefuls in Reed Y .
Army Hospital in Wash-! 't
the ,county. parts of the country to Generalof ington, D.C.

Candidates will speak at For the Army Douglas MacArthur

est Grove tonight, the Gaines- Y -called by ,President Johnson Soon thereafter the body of ,h

ville Negro Recreation Center "one of the most distinguished the man who etched his nameon

tomorrow, Boulware Springs on' t. soldiers in the history of the so much history-St. Mihiel,
the Kincaid Road in Gaines- United States." Bataan, Corregidor, New Gui-
ville Thursday and in Mica- nea, Manila, Tokyo and Inchon
nopy Saturday. a Johnson, ordering the nation's -began a historic funeral jour-

Speeches begin at 7 p.m. with flags flown at half-staff until ney into a starlit night. eY

dinners sponsored by various after the funeral next Saturday, The
body
was brought by
said MacArthur was "a living
civic groups in each, area motor hearse to this citywherehe
scheduled to begin at 5:30: embodiment of the code he so
had lived in a hotel suite
eloquently expressed duty-
Democratic Chairman J. H. since
coming home from the
Ward said. honor-country..n
wars 13 years ago. Until Tues-
There will be no dinner at s Former President Harry S. day morning the body will be

the Negro Recreation Center. Truman, who fired MacArthur at the Universal Funeral

from all his commands in a dispute ChapeL T
V. Ma r over conduct of the Kore-
Rezoning ._. Then, from 10 ajn. Tuesday
an War, said he was "deeply
until 10 p.m. it will lie in reposeat ,
Twenty-two talkers and 486 listeners initiated the first of 16 political rallies sched sorry at the passing of Gen. the famous old 7th Regiment MACARTHUR :

Request uled all around the county at Saturday night's kickoff rally in,Waldo. The last rally Douglas MacArthur, who has Armory on Park Avenue, a II and the Korean "
will be election eve May 4 at the Alachua County Courthouse. Sun given of himself with exceptional brick "police :7
( photo by Jim? strength and valor and will great building with battle- action"-poured in from around '..

Due Study McGuirk.) be remembered as one of the ments and towers, and filled the globe. One, from former 'f

great military men in our his- President Harry S. Truman re- I '

Reds tory. Highlights of :MacArthur'slife called a great controversy with 1''
A rezoning request by a Miami Fulbright Stirs Italy's which historians will be wrestling -
corporation for a garden Sen. Barry Goldwater, R- on Page 11. for decades.

apartment project near Carol 'Ariz. called MacArthur "one of
Afraid Of'Shovdovn'
Estates will be considered tonight America's greatest soldiers and with the trophies of many Truman said Sunday night:

by the Gainesville City New ControversyCHAPEL one of its finest citizens." heroes.On "I am deeply sorry at the ;

.. Commission.The passing of '
Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller of Wednesday, the body will Gen. Douglas Mac- .
property is north of NE New York, an opponent of Gold- be returned by train to Wash. Arthur, who has given of him-
16th Avenue between NE 9th and HILL, N.C. (AP- expansion abroad and subver- water for the Republican ,nom- ington. From 3:30 that afternoon self with exceptional strength -

12th Streets. Sen. J. W. Fulbright,who only sion and disloyalty at homer'He' ROME (AP-The big Italian ination for president, said MacArthur's until noon Thursday it will lie in and valor and will be remem- :'
Communist has ,
t Previous discussions. of.4he party come out state in the bered as one of the great mill-
? *. rotunda
Capitol
12 days ago*lonched off, an ex- said 'PresidentJohnson's against Soviet Premier Khru "brilliant leadershipand iOn
proposal before the City Plan proposed war ,on and heroic patriotism were in where so recently the body of tary men in our history." _.
Board have drawn crowds plosive debate on foreign policy, poverty shchev's call for a showdown
primarily Carol large Estates resi, now says "the American peopleare other education-welfare pro meeting on the Soviet-Chinese the highest tradition of this nation. the martyred President John F. April 11, 1951, as the culmination ._
grams "are at least as important struggle, warning that it might .tIFormer Kennedy also reposed. of great differences in
dents. not now exercising effective Then, by military plane it will views ?
to the security of our coun- cause a formal split in the international on how to conduct the t-
Other zoning matters before control over the military, and try *in the long term thana Red movementThe Vice President Rich- be flown to the naval city of Korean war, Truman dismissed

the commission tonight include neither is the Congress." national defense establish- ard M. Nixon said MacArthurwas Norfolk, Va., for funeral serv- MacArthur from all his com
plan board recommendationsfor ment and a good deal more im- Italian Communists made "a true giant on the American ices in St. Paul's Episcopal mands. \'

rezoning the northeast cor- The charge by the chairmanof portant than a voyage to the plain, however, that they are and world scene-liberator church and burial in the Mac- The general wanted to

ner of West University Avenue the Senate Foreign Relations moon." against Peking and might of the Philippines, architect of Arthur Memorial nearby. All the war to the Red Chinese-for carry
and NW 1st Court and property victory in the Pacific and creator the funeral
Committee in a speech Sunday change their position dependingon along journey there example by bombing beyond the
bounded by West University developments.The of modern Japan. will be the military pageantry Yalu
night at the University of North Puzzled River, and unleashing
Avenue, Hogtown Creek, New- Carolina seemed almost certainto Tributes also came from two reserved for the nation's great. Chiang Kai-shek's Nationalists
Road and SW 35th Ter- statement, published in
berry The general had expressed a from
stir another controversythistime other former presidents, Her- Formosa. The President .1-"
the
race owned by Norwood Hope. 'Leaks'In Communist organ L'Unita, wish to be buried in Norfolk be.
By believed
with the Pentagon. noted bert Hoover, who named Mac- that would risk danger- i
The is at 7:30 at the that the party had
meeting there his
cause mother, the for-
Arthur chief of staff in 1931, and ous escalation of the war, per-
Utilities Operation Center, 555 The, Arkansas Democrat's Baker Case opposed a world'showdown Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower, mer Mary Pinckney Hardy, was haps into global conflict. .1+
S.E. 5th Ave.Assassin. March 25 foreign policy speech meeting all along and had sug- born, reared and married. The
who twice served MacArthur's
on Beginning last
richocheted through both halls gested that individual Commu- city has fashioned out of March 6, the
a
staff. .. .
WASHINGTON (AP) Re- nist general had undergone
parties should thresh out opera-
Kills of Congress, the State Depart- 114-year-old courthouse, a me-
publican Sen. John J. Williams differences in bilateral talks. tions at Walter Reed for removal
ment and the White House. It Calling MacArthur "a great morial to MacArthur, a museum
Bhutan Chief still is drawing fire in some who sparked the Senate inves- The renewed opposition from man, a great general and a for his memorabilia, and a and of his gall bladder, his spleen .
an eight-foot section
of in
great patriot, Hoover said "the mausoleum for his remains.
quarters.His tigation of Bobby Baker says the largest Communist party in testine. Since
Friday he
night
world is a finer place for his
There the famous
are
GANGTOK, Sikkhn (AP) comments on the military various government agenciesare the West underscored reports having lived in it." had pain in coma.
crunched campaign hat, with its
from
An unknown assassin gunned came in a keynote speech to the supplying the probers with Budapest that KhrushchevIs scrambled insignia, and When he died, his wife, the
down Bhutan's Prime Minister 1964 Carolina Symposium, a copies of letters they have writ- receiving lukewarm support Eisenhower said, "Through a of the eggs corncob that former Jean Marie Faircloth of
one pipes
Jigme Dorji Sunday night near five-day series of lectures at the ten to him. from some allies in his battle long lifetime of service he his trademark. Murfreesboro, Tenn., and their
the frontier of the little Hima- with the Red Chinese. earned the admiration and were
the "Arms re-
university on topic son Arthur 26
There, too above the tomb were grieving at
layan kingdom which has be- and the Man: National Securityand "I do not know upon whose Khrushchev had predictedthat spect of his fellow citizens and that will receive, him is this inscription the bedside. They had seen
come a buffer zone between In- the Aims of a Free Society. orders my correspondence with his call last, week for a the personal devotion of those much history at MacArthur'sside.
dia and Red China's ambitions. ." the agencies is being monitored showdown session would rally he led in battle." : .
There was no indication ," the Delaware senator all Communists. So far only the "In twenty campaigns, on a
Among the other mili- hundred battlefields around For example, that tragic
a
Fulbright said the military establishment many
whether personal or political said. "However it must be that Hungarian and Bulgarian
,
has vested inter- par- tary leaders who paid tributeto thousand campfires, in long night of March 11, 1942, with
motives lay behind the slayingof someone has more than a casual ties have pledged him all-out
MacArthur was Fleet Admiral of as well as wara Japanese artillery and planes
years peace
est in the continuation' of the '
the prime minister, 45, who interest in whatever line of support.
cold war and its high military Chester W., Nimitr, who soldier who tried to do his pounding Corregidor to a pulp.
described Many fence-sitting Communist
has anti-Communist been as strongly Chinese spending.He inquiry I may be pursuing. : parties outside the Soviet orbit shared the Pacific command in duty as God gave him the lightto By presidential order, MacAr-

despite He added that he felt the en- are apprehensive over the World War H. He praised Mac- see that duty." thur left the Philippines, going
pressure. said the "eliminationof tire procedure was "improper." pect of an break betweenthe pros- :Arthur's "qualities of military Messages of sorrow at Mac- in the misty darkness aboard a
superfluous defense funds"would open character, leadership and ad- Arthur's passing-and praise for wooden PT boat and taking with
two
In reply, L.P. McLendon, Communist giants.
encourage spending on spe- They ministrative skilL" his exploits in World Wars I and him his wife and son, then 4.
domestic programs, and that cial counsel to the investigatingRules hesitate to throw in their lot

WIIEIIETOFINDIT "the cold war is an excuse, as Committee, said it had with the Kremlin at this uncer-
received two three carbon tain stage. II II
,
well as a cause" for high military or
of letters which Khrushchev launched a new '
budgets.In copies agencies
Comics . . 12 had written Sen. Williams, attack on the Red Chinese Sun- Sun Racial Editorials _
Classified . .13.15 his address, Fulbright pur- and to others who had made in- day, accusing them of trying to

Obituaries . . 2 sued one of the points of his quiry about matters pertainingto incite the Soviet people against ,"-

Opinion Page . 4 March: 25 Senate speech. He the Baker investigation." him. Win National Award
said the nation's interests could "For this, "
10 purpose, he tolda
Sports . . .9,
be served better the But McLendon said bethought crowd of about _
by ending 80,000 in the
Women's . . 7
present "morbid preoccupation : this'was a normal procedure Hungarian steel city of Mis-
A series of Sun editorials on Gainesville'sbrush community to adjust to a new day exemplifies -
with the of Communist officials. (See REDS
danger by
agency on Page 2)DOUGLAS )
with racial strife last summer and the the finest in the editorial craft. There is

community's efforts to find solutions has won honest research for basic facts, lucidity of

a national journalism award. style, admirable restraint and courage. .
I U. S. Justice Business Leader to SpeakJENKINS Russell E. Hurst, executive officer of Sig"Davis has contributed leadership in clear

ma Delta Chi, professional journalistic soand colorful language, ever-looking to positive -

ciety, announced winners of the 32nd annual solutions. He demonstrates anew how
1 Talks by U. S. SupremeCourt sibulry for stewardship of the r Awards for Distinguished Service Jn Journalvaluable and necessary an institution to free

Justice William O. Doug wilderness.His ism today in Chicago. peoples is the resolute editorial writer.* -

las and food chain magnate talk is sponsored by the The awards, in 16 categories fr-:""" As a member of the Sun editorial board, i
George W. Jenkins are sched- Alachua County Audubon Socie- of print and broadcast jour- / Davis has been writing a limited number

uled tomorrow night on the ty, the'Gainesville-Garden Club' nalism and journalism research f of editorials since September, 1962 when the .

University of Florida campus and the ,University's Public are for distinguished ;:: F paper was acquired by Cowles publications.

JUstice. Douglas will delivera Functions and Lectures Com- achievement during 1963. i Other members of the board are John

lecture, on the topic of con mittee. t3 if The judging panels composed f.,, R. Harrison, Sun publisher, Ed Johnson, Sun
J who built the million ;
servation at 8 pm. in University Jenkins' $2 ,. *. of, 73 outstanding journalists f executive editor, and Dr. Roy I. Johnson.
100 'store p ubI ix sup- };,., '
Davis native of
Auditorium. will Jo; and private citizens examined a Georgia, has served
ermarket chain in Florida
> a record .total of variously as an associate professor at the
t Jenkins of Lakeland, knownas be awarded honorary mem- !i; 1,006 entries before determining University of Florida, a reporter for the At- .
"Mr. Publix" delivers the bership in the business frater- lanta
the winners. Constitution and the Miami Herald and :.
annual initiation banquet .ad- nity. Fifteen others will be ini The Sun editorials, written Davis as state capital correspondent for the Florida ')'

dress of the professional business tiated. by University of Florida Times-Union. He won a Florida Press Asso-

fraternity Beta Gamma Douglas who was appointed Journalism Professor Horance G.'(Buddy) Chris -' elation award for newswriting in 1954 and a
Sigma at 6:30' pufc The ceremony to the U. S. Supreme Court by similar s
Jr., appeared during Gainesville's first racial award in 1955 for feature writing.
will 'be in the Student President Franklin D. Roosevelt strife in recent history. Four of the other winning entries announced "

Service 'Center in 1939; is::as wen known The judges' citation states: "The reasoned today involved coverage of the 1
for his in the field of
3' Justice Douglas, a long time conservation writings and the outdoors ., treatment of racial strife and efforts made events surrounding the assassination of PreslSct I

advocate of conservation, will -. -- -_. by both the Negro and white races in the, ( AWARDS on Page 2)) -
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as he is for his legal opinionsand kole, "they invented accusa-. _
Major Eugene Boyles of expressions on individual tions against me. "'

Gainesville elected state ACCIDENT ROUNDUP Jr. Dana Eugene Smith Don- freedom.
was ; "But I am not ashamed-
C, E, F, H, I-Partly cloudy
and warm through Tuesday. t -S. presIdent of the Florida Reserve Involved in accidents reported -na Jill Suarez, Mrs. Ella Eliz- Some of his better known these charges. I am proud of

low tonight in the 60s. High I t OffiCers Association yesterday to police during the.last abeth Hobdy, Pearl Della Sher- works are: "Of Men and Mountains -them. They bring me only.pride

Tuesday 85 to 90. Southeastand t&am Na in the final ceremony convention.of theROA's 24 hours: :ouse, Lester William Hicks, ," "My Wilderness; the! and honor." '
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south winds 12 to 20 milesan weekend B. A. Mallory; 1425 NE 9th Pacific Northwest, "Muir of I
Boyles, a specialist with the Margaret Elizabeth Cowan, Virginia the Mountains," and "Explor' The Chinese accused Khruishchev
driverat
hour. St., and a hit and run
A-Scattered showers and thunder. U.S. Agricultural Stabilization 1425 NE 9th St., at 9:17 Pearl Silver, Olive B. ing the Himalayas." last week of being' "the

showers partly cloudy through with tonight.widely/ becoming scattered and Conservation .Service, was >jn. yesterday., ''ECarges, Jessie Mae Benton, His talk is expected to attract greatest capitulationist of all
showers Tuesday. No Important temperature installed by Brig. Gen. Clay 01. Wilma Jean Ethel Bert
King,
Florida Garden Club "
time tool of the United
change. Low tonight 66 Angie Lorina Brewer, 1010 a
to 70. High Tuesday 74 to W. Variable bon, USARRet.( ) following a Daniels, Glenda Sue Edwards, members and conservation officials -'
NW 10th Place and parkedcar with
a concerned
I States and too
mostly south winds 10 to 20 knots. service.A .
religious
Barbara Joan Smith, Dorothy
B Considerable cloudiness and at W. University Avenue from all over the state.
Tuesday with a few moving and dramatic talk Ann raising Soviet living standards.
warm through Marie Rayburn, Mary The Supreme Court justice is
In the mid and 8th Street at 3:15: pjn. yes-
shower likely. Low tonight
Watson Commanding
Albert -
by Lt Gen. Shultz all of Gainesville. Khrushchev retorted that after -
60$ High Tuesday 80 to 85. Southeastand scheduled to arrive at 5 p.m.
south winds 15 to 22 miles an hour. ') General of the Third terday. the of Staling
D-Partly cloudy throuoh Tuesday. ., Minna Allen Boyle, 1226* DISCHARGED tomorrow. : deprivations '
Low tonight In the Ms. High Tuesday .T "Q Army, was heard by the ROA time, he was helping the Soviet.
NW 8th St. nd Dolly Pearl, After the talk he will answer
around 80. Southeasterly winds 12 to convention members Saturday I Thelma Chapman, Arthur people "to begin to live like human -
20! G.miles J. an K-Generally hour fair through GAINESVILLE WEATHER night. High Springs, at W. University Russell Brown, Kenneth Mob- questions and speak informally beings.

Tuesday.Tuesday to Low to tonight 85. Southeasterly 70 to 75.winds High -Municipal Airport readingsfor General Watson withdrew his Avenue and 6th Street at 12:07: bley ,Clatt, Grady Thomas at a reception in Bryan

12 to 20 miles an hour.TEMPERATURES 24 hours to 8 a.m. today: prepared text and in honor of a.m. yesterday. Crowder, El' 'sth Ebner, Dorothy Lounge. "If our people begin to be better _
ELSEWHERE High 80 at 3 p.m., low 64 at dying Gen. Douglas McArthur, Boyd Bowdoin Welseh, 117 Mae Foster, Nina Anna Another prominent speaker, dressed, to have better
Jacksonville High 63 Low 58 Precip 1-3 a.m. No rain. read the famous :McArthur address NW 20th Ter., in the 1700 blockof Furois, Mary Ellen Godwin, Dr. Robert T. McKenzie, British -shoes, to be better fed, to havebetter
Miami 78 74 given to the cadets of NW 13th Street at 9:45 p.m. Evelyn. Harvey, Dorothy Mae political analyist, will be houses, to increase their
, Tampa Atlanta 47$4 44 48 1.31 Tuesday CEDAR- High KEY at 11:30 TIDES a.m. and West Point in 1962. Saturday. Hosley, Rebecca Ann Jones, heard at 8:15 tonight Li the incomes toward satisfaction of

, New Boston.York 50 51 32 87 .07 10:03 pm.'pjn. Low at 4:21 ajn. and 4:56 The talk stressed duty, honor Ronald Meeb Keyser, Eau VenUe E. King, Mattie Lee Law Auditorium. His talk will their needs and cultural requirements -

- Washington, 5$ 3* .01 and country. Gallic, Marvin Derald Weath- Leath, Evelyn C. Leddy, Mar- be on "Labour vs. Conservative that is, to begin, to

F Kansas Chicago City 54 55. 44 43 1.37.22 Sunset today ALMANAC......... ... ':51 pjn. Other officers Installed with erman, 538 NW 35th St., and VlcNulty, Jasper Mobley, Paul : Britain In An Election live like human beings, that ,is
Denver 54 31 Sunrise tomorrow ........ ':12 a.m. CoL Eric James Terrell Joiner, 715 NW Posey, Dana Smith Valerie Year. the rebirth," he said.
Ft. Worth 74 41 .05 Moonrise tomorrow ....... 3:15 a-m. Boyes yesterday were ,
I, Seattle 49 39 .02 Mew Moon ................ April 12 Meyer, Army vice president; 40th Ter., in the 700 block of Strawder. ---
PROMINENT STAR
MARINE FORECAST Regulus high in south .... $:35 pjn. Lt Paul Sawyer, Army junior W. Univesity Avenue at 7:25 Our Gracious Host SPECIAL

winds EAST 15 GULP to 22:knots Southeast through and Tuesday.south VISIBLE Mercury sets PLANETS.....'..... 7:56 p m. vice president; Cmdr. Ivan Hoy, p.m. Saturday. Candidate Presents TONIGHT'S DINNER_ _ _
Partly cloudy with widely scattered Venus sets ............. 10:07 pjn. vice Lt. Cmdr. Lance J. Shriver, Route 2,
showers. Saturn, rises .......... 4.32 a.m. Navy president; at LARGE 14FRIED
and
Box 395A utility pole
a
Richard Steirer, Navy junior
Five-Day Forecastalong vice president; Lt. Col. Shaw NE 2nd Street and 12th Ave. Asks Debate CHICKEN 53 C

: Foster, Air Force vice president -nue at 7:05 p.m. Saturday.DWI with yellow riceTOMORROW'S............................................
Temperatures will average the southeast coast Aboutan ; Capt. Gloria Routt, AirForce Charges Republican governor candi-
around five above inch vice president. Azalea Marie Hotard, 53, 824 date H. B. (Bob) Foster of Fort
degrees nor- of rain can be expectedin junior LuncheonBIGGEST
Complete
Normal m a x imum and the extreme north portions of Also Col. J. K. Lawton, his- NW 41st Ave., was arrested by Meyers last weekend challengedhis
I ranges include: 76 to the state toward the end of the torian; Cmdr. Edward Martin- the Florida Highway Patrol in two GOP opponents Charles VALUE IN GAINESVILLE
Pc in Tallahassee and 82 to 65 period. eau, chaplain; Lt Col. ClaudeD. northeast Gainesville at 9:15: Holley of St. Petersburg and
V ; Holmes, surgeon;' Capt. Ken- ajn. yesterday and charged Ken Folks of Orlando to a joint. I SMOTHERED

More neth Wittich, dental surgeon; with driving while intoxicated.Izell appearance and debate. 'ii Salisbury _
Hope, 47, 816 SE 7th 1 5&
Maj. Sidney Wood, judge advocate STEAK
He asked that they in
appear .
AboutAwards Place, was arrested by city
general; Lt Col. Fred O Steamed Rice
the nine
or 10 counties with the
Kibbe, national councilman; police in the 700 block of NW Cole Slow _ _
heaviest
DeMiller 6th Street at 2:45 ajn. yes'terday Republican registration Hot Roll & Butter
Maj. Edward A. secretary Spanish Onions Served i
: including Volusia, Orangeand S Hot Ccffee or
and charged with driving I Free With Ytur
I and Maj. Harold Stringer Duval 'counties. Iced Tea Salad'I
I From Page 1 treasurer. while intoxicated. 'I'II

Eastwood FIRE CALLS He 'Issued the "in
CoL Ralph president challenge
d dent John F. Kennedy last 1963 "in the best tradition of I of the Gainesville ROA At 8:42 pjn. yesterday, a the spirit of reviving the inter \ Your Second Cup of Coffee or
b November. The editorial writ. on-the-spot reporting." chapter, was official host for false alarm at SE 4th Place est and growth of the Republican Iced Tea Is Always FREE

ng award was one of three the two-day convention. and 13th Street.At party and to allow the
serviceThe
Newspaper public :
winning entries concerned with 8:58 ,p.m. yesterday, a
rank and file Republican voterto -p.
S. coverage of racial relations in Chicago DaUy News for "Dra false alarm at SE 9th Street
the slumsof Dr. Reeves have the choice and not to i
1 the United States. matizing Chicago significantly and exposing those and 7th AvenuC.ALACHUA be influenced by the party's office __________________

Jimmy Breslii, New York who profit from human misery MemorialA GENERAL holders or, hierarchy." -CAFETER1A -

[ Tribune columnist, won through the negligence of public HOSPITAL Lunch 11 :30 a.m. to 2:05 p.m.
i le newspaper general reporting officials." The newspaper'sseries memorial service for Dr. April 2, 1964BIRTHS ABOUT 27% Dinner 4:30 p.m. to 8:05 p.m.
award for "A Death in of stories, photos and editorials ,!John D. Reeves, Jr., professor I 1212 North Main Street I _

Emergency Room One," anccount was in "the1 finest rea- of radiology in the University Mr. and Mrs. John Wu, 418 of the 385 firms had some GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER
of Gloss ij ijI
of Medicine sort Insurance. Of
of Florida ,
College
of events at Parkland dillon of crusading journalism," Is scheduled for 3 Tues- SE 7th St., a boy; Mr. and those not carrying it, 12 should Air Conditioned 0 Open Daily &
Hospital in Dallas the said the judges. I p.m. Mrs. Marvin Hinnant, 105 NW have; and of those carrying it. Free Parking
Medical Sciences
in the
of President Ken- day 3rd Ave. a girl; Mr. and :Mrs. 35 appeared to have no need Banquet Facilities PHONE 376-4491
Radio public service WSB, Building Auditorium. of it. How about Plate Mon. thru Sat.
nedy's death.WilllamH.. Richard L. Smith, Box 548, your 58c SPECIALS Daily
Ga., for a series of programs Principal s pea k er'for the Glass?? Call us for a free, no
; "Bill" Mauldin of on traffic control that brought service will be Dr. Laurence Melrose, a girl; Mr. and Mrs. obligation survey .

Chicago Sun-Times was cited 1 the opening of a needed highway Robbins, professor of radiologyat Robert J. Boggs, 2720 SW Archer KEITH HAYTHORNE I I -

in the field of editorial cartoon- link months ahead of schedule, Harvard Medical School. Dr. Rd., a boy. INSURANCE'I I The first "automobile" ad of all time appeared Ih
- -
ing for his widely reprinted radio Reeves, who died in a Boston ADMITTED: I I the Philadelphia Gazette in 1805. Today, the auto industry
portrayal of a sorrowing Abraham Editorializing on : hospital March 6, served underDr. Nina Sue Hinnant, Rebecca I 107 N. Main I invests more advertising money in news
WRTA, Altoona, Pa., for editori- FR 2,1433
Lincoln. This drawing, said Robbins asa resident, as Ann I
I als Louis H. Jones, Paul Davies Posey, papers than in any other medium.
by Murry, executive -
the judges, "expressed completely sociate in radiology, and in- .. --- ---.-- 10
the nation's grief and vice president, expressing structor, between 1951 and 1958.

shock at the assassination." "outspoken indignation at Dr. Reeves, 39, came to the .* ', :W ?
municipal and i: # ;""
corruption" help. '
University to head the Depart-' .t t. &
The award for television about removal of the :. : -
ing bring
reporting -
.t'c $t'
ment of Radiology in 1958. <: ";i; An I Invtton
was made to WBAP- name of a candidate for mayor I He was widely known for his : ,) fY I
TV Fort Worth and his indictmentby ,
Texas, for its subsequent leadership in radiological safe ,4, '

report of "President John F.Cennedy's ". a Grand Jury.Editorializing ty and disaster: planning ., ,i1"!4 $t'4, TO
Only Visit to Texas. o k w4ri
on television: through the American Collegeof '
The report was characterized, t :} id '
Tom Martin, editorial director, Radiology and the Florida I -
said the judges restraint
"by v"
Nuclear Commission. '
KFDA TV Amarillo Texas
,
good taste, completeness and ac Jo, Yo U -
curacy. fulfilling the highest: for "courageous exposition of E .,i -
racial and hate Voters
standards of journalistic excel- religious propaganda League
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lence." He avoided platituds, N
fix e d responsibility, named Board MemberMrs. AND -

In addition, the entire radio- names and called upon those ..... _
television; industry was praisedfor who can halt the spread of hate James G. Wilson oj -'t -
I its "outstanding public serv- propaganda to do their duty," Gainesville was elected to thE I
cie in time of great national said the citation. Florida League of Women Vot. : YOUR FRIENDS

II tragedy." ers board of directors at th ,
'
Research about journalism: league's annual convention ii 1 'r' :
Bob Jackson of the Dallas David P. Forsyth, manager of Orlando last week. o ,-
Times Herald received the news communications research, the She issued a statement thl i -', ---S AND

photography award for his photo Chilton Co., Philadelphia, Pa. morning announcing her resig G
of the slaying of Lee Harvey Dr. Forsyth's book, "The Business nation from the Civic Actior

Oswald, accused presidential as- Press in America, 1750 to Association issues committee.Mrs. THEIR fRIENDS

; sassin. 1865," represents "a pioneering Wilson said the LeaguE
enterprise in rescuing from requires that board member!
The award for magazine reporting oblivion the history of a significant -follow its non partisanshii; S TO
went to free-lance
a segment of American policy and be. politically inactive
writer Theodore H. White for journalism." during their terms of of, S -
;
his "perceptive and realistic an-

alysis of in the the ongoing big cities racial of collision the Presentation Service of bronze the medal-Distinguished ] fice. : 4 MEET and HEAR

I
; North." White's two-part series lions and plaques will be madeat Gainesville Sun
the annual Awards din-
appeared in Life magazine last
Published evenings except
be held this at
November.Two ner to year Saturday, and Sunday mornings -
Phoenix, Ariz., May 2. The by the Gainesville Pub.
I awards were made for awards will be presented by lishing Company at 101 SE HAYDON BURNSCome
'public service in television journalism Sigma Delta Chi President The- 2nd Place. Gainesville. Florida
: The National BroadcastIng and entered as second class
odore F. Koop, vice presidentof
: Co.. for a three-hour documentary matter at the Post Office at''
"illuminating the CBS, Washington, D.C. Gainesville Florida.CIRCULATION .

American Negro's sturggle for The awards are among the 1 RATES BY

freedom and equal rights," and oldest in journalism, having CARRIER OR MAIL out and meet this distinguished Mayor of our neighbor city of Jacksonville

station KDKA-TV Pittsburgh, been presented annually since 1 Week .45 and his charming wife, Mildred. Hear for yourself why Haydon

for an "imaginatively plannedand 1932.Three 3 Mos. $5.85, Bums' 1 15 years of vital experience and proven leadership is needed in Tallahassee -
skillfully executed" studyof of this year's individual All mall subscriptions must to make the "Florida Story" as wonderful as the "Jacksonville '
unemployment in Pittsburghand winners are members of be paid in advance. Story." .

western Pennsylvania.LOOK the professional society: William Member of Audit Bureau of
H. "Bill" Mauldin H.
Magazine was cited for G. Circulation I .
Jr. and David For-
P.
,
Davis '
the third straight year (and the An material contained herein Is
sixth time since 1952)) in the syth. Davis is adviser to the the property of the Gainesville .
I Publishing Company (c) IfM. Reproduction :
undergraduate chapter of Sig CITIZENS FIELD
field of magazine public servicefor In whole or In'part U
ma-Delta Chi at the University strictly forbidden without the writtenpermission
its "continuing, penetrating of the publisher.
of Florida.
definitions of man's problemsin J

today's complex society." 4 WEDNESDAYApril

Only other repeat winner from IT ISN'T GOSSIPYOU 0 0
last year's contest was New
York radio station WINS. Thestation's
CAN GET A
"alert. comprehensiveand 8th 7:30 P.M.

beaningful" coverage of the .. .1.
Welfare Island bus accident I PAYDAYLOAN

brought the 1963 award for I

radio reporting. \i
,' The winners in other! WATCH FOR THE BURNS BLITZERS MOTORCADE COME EARLY AND ENJOY

categories: II from COFFEE AND DOUGHNUTS WITH US .

Washington correspondence: '

Jerry Wall Street Landauer Journal, reporter, for exclusive The- $25 fo $$600 111111Et11I l If you are already convinced that this capable ana magnetic leader is the outstanding choice

stories revealing that some for our next Governor, help him to be elected by sending your campaign. contributions to

Federal judges were also direc- the ,1
tors of business corporationsand i And It's Confidential .-, jiM" .ft" .

ethics probing involved.the questionable i'I from HAYDON BURNS CAMPAIGN HEADQUARTERS _

Foreign correspondence: Mal
colm W. Browne. AssociatedPress Marion Finance Co. 301 S. MAIN ST. :0

in recognition of "his Or-'Come By And Pick Up Some Literature For Your fends
authoritative of the
accounts
j Home Town Folks Serving Home Town Folks
military and revolutionary acUvltles" 218 W. Univ. Arc. FR 6-5333 Paid Advertisement_
in Viet Nam during

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JAMES FRANKLIN SR. A Heads FlaReserves I SEE by I Reds .

FORT MYERS AP --' .
services were( schedulet) Funeral : ....".".. I.., \. L the SUN From Page 1 From !
I Page
for tomorrow for former State .. ." .; I Iu

who Sen. James Alfred Franklin Sr., .o" '" Major Eugene Boyles of as he is for his legal opinions I knit, "they invented accusa-
died II
at and
his home Sun C, E, F, H, I-Partly cloudyand \. Gainesville was elected state ACCIDENT expressions on individual I tions against me. "
day.Hewas69.. I ROUNDUP Jr. Dana freedom. '
1-.. ; Eugene Smith, Don-
warm through
Tuesday. president of the Florida Reserve
Franklin had suffered from Low tonight in the 60s. High \ Officers Association yesterday Involved in accidents reported -na Jill Suarez, Mrs. Ella Elizabeth Some of his better known "But I am not ashamed of

emphysema for 15 months. Tuesday 85 to 90. Southeastand .l. ,,:...I I in the final ceremony of the 24 hours to police during the,last Hobdy, Pearl Delia Sher- works are: "Of Men and Moun. them.these charges. I am proud of

Born in Edinburgh Ark., he south winds 12 to 20 milesan '5-'r5 :)% = -a \ ROA's weekend convention. I : ouse, Lester William Hicks, talus," "My Wilderness; the honor.They"bring me onlyprideand
moved to Jacksonville in 1901. hour. E'\ Boyles a specialist with the B. A. Mallory 1425 NE 9th Pacific Northwest," "Muir of
He moved to Fort Myers in 192 Scattered showers St., and hit and Margaret Elizabeth Cowan, Vir-
showers and thunder- U.S. Agricultural Stabilizationand a run driverat the Mountains," and "Explor, The Chinese accused Khrui
after graduating from the University partly' cloudy through with tonight.widely becoming scattered Conservation Service, was 1425 NE 9th St., at 9:17 ginia Pearl Silver, Olive B. ing the Himalayas. I shchev last
of Florida in 1921. showers Tuesday. No important temperature Karges I week of being "the
change. Low tonight 46 installed by Brig. Gen. CIay"01bon p.m. yesterday. Jessie Mae Benton, His talk is expected to
at-
Franklin, a lawyer served in! to 70. High Tuesday 74 to 82. Variable USARRet.) following a Angie Lorina Brewer, 1010( Wilma Jean King, Ethel Bert tract Florida Garden greatest capitulationist of all
the State Senate for 12 years, mostly B -south Considerable winds 10 cloudiness to 20 knots.and religious service.A NW 10th Place, and a parkedcar Daniels, Glenda Sue Edwards, members and Club time," a tool of the United
representing Lee, Collier, Hen- warm through Tuesday. with a few at W. Barbara Joan Smith, conservation officials States and too
showers likely. Low tonight In the mid moving and dramatic talk University Avenue Dorothy from all over the state. concerned with
dry and Monroe counties. He 60s. south High Tuesday 10 to 85. Southeastand by Lt. Gen. Albert Watson, Commanding and 8th Street at 3:15 pjn. yes- Marie Rayburn, Mary Ann The Supreme Court raising Soviet living standards.
winds
also 15 to 22 miles an hour. justice is
was a veteran of
both world t-Partly cloudy through Tuesday. General of the Third terdav. Shultz, all of Gainesville. scheduled to arrive Khrushchev retorted that
P at 5 after
Low tonight In the .. -
p.m.
wars. 60S. High
around 80. Southeasterly winds Tuesday 12 to TiiGAINESVILLE, ,, Arm ,. was heard by the ROA Minna Allen Boyle, 1226 DISCHARGED tomorrow. the deprivations of Staling
20 C miles. J. an hour convention members Saturday NW 8th St., and Dolly Pearl, Thelma After the time he the '
Soviet
MRS. K-Generally fair through Chapman, Arthur talk he will answer was helping .
J. WEATHER
C. ALSTON Tuesday. Low tonight 70 to 75. High night. High Springs, at W. University
Tuesday 80 to 85. Southeasterly winds -Municipal Russell Brown Kenneth Mob- questions and speak informally people "to begin to live like human -
12 Airport readingsfor General Watson withdrew his Avenue and 6th Street at 12:07
to 20 miles an hour.TEM'ERATURES "
MOBILE Ala-Mrs. J. C. Alston 24 hours to 8 a.m. today: and in a.m. bley ,Clatt, Grady Thomas at a reception in Bryan, beings.
prepared text honor of yesterday.
89, the mother of ELSEWHERE Crowder, EY vsth Ebner Lounge.
Clifford : Dorothy
Alston High Low Precip High 80 at 3 p.m., low 64 at dying Gen. Douglas McArthur, Boyd Bowdoin Welseh, 117 I "If our people begin to be bet
1725 NW 7th Place Jacksonville Mae Foster, Nina Anna Another
63 58 1-3 a.m. No rain. prominent
Miami 73 read the famous McArthur ad- NW 20th Ter., in the 1700 blockof speaker ter dressed. to have better
74
,, home Gainesville here, died in a nursing Tampa Atlanta ti 68 CEDAR KEY TIDES dress given to the cadets of NW 13th Street at 9:45 p.m. Evelyn Furois, Mary Ellen Godwin, Dr. Robert T. McKenzie Brit, shoes, to be better,fed, to have
Sunday. 47 44 1.31 Harvey, Mae ish
Boston, 50 32 .07 Tuesday High at 11:30 un. and West Point in 1962. Saturday. Dorothy political analyist, will be better houses, to increase their
Funeral services. will be tomorrow New. York 51 87 10:03 p.m. Low at 4:21 am. and 4M Sosley, Rebecca Ann Jones, heard at 8:15
tonight in the
Ronald incomes
1 in Mobile. Washington 5* 3t .01 pm- The talk stressed duty, honor Meeb Keyser, Eau Verlie E. toward satisfaction of
Burial King Mattie Law
will Lee
Chicago U 44 1.37 Gallie Auditorium. His talk will their
Marvin needs and
and Derald Weatherman cultural
ALMANAC country requirements -
t- be in Selma, Ala Kansas City 55.Q.22: .. Leath, Evelyn C. Mar- be
.
Sunset today .. .. ... Leddy, on "Labour
Denver 5431 4:51 p.m. Other officers Installed with ,, 538 NW 35th St., and vs. Conserva. that is, to begin, to
.
Her son Clifford Sunrise tomorrow .... ... 4:12
L works for the Ft. Worth 74 41 .05 Moonrise ....... ajn. I James WcNulty, Jasper Mobley, Paul tive: Britain In An Election live like
Seattle tomorrow 3:15 ajn. Boyes yesterday were Cot Eric Terrell Joiner, 715 NW L human ,beings, that ,is
Agricultural Extension Service. 4? 39 .02, New Moon ................ April 12 Posey, Dana Smith, Valerie Year." "
t MARINE FORECAST PROMINENT STAR Meyer, Army vice president; 40th Ter., in the 700 block of Strawder. the rebirth, he said.
EAST GULP Southeast and south VISIBLE Regulus, high PLANETS In south .... f:35. PJ1V Lt. Paul Sawyer, Army junior W. Univesity Avenue at 7:25 J -
ALICE WIGGINS Winds IS to 22 knots through Tuesday. ........ Our Gracious Hast
.
Mercury sets vice
Partly cloudy with widely scattered Venus. sets. ................ 10:07 7:54 p m. president; Cmdr. Ivan Hoy, p.m. Saturday. DINNER SPECIALTOMORROW'S
, STARKE Alice Crawford showers. Saturn rises .......... 4.32 a.m.p.m. Navy vice president; Lt. Cmdr. Lance J. Shriver, Route 2, Candidate Presents TONIGHT'SLARGE _ _ _
E Wiggins, 33, died yesterday in Richard Steirer, Navy junior Box 395A, and a utility pole at 14FRIED
E a North Florida hospital afteran FiveDayTemperatures Forecast vice president; Lt Col. Shaw NE 2nd Street and 12th Ave Asks Debate

extended illness. will Foster, Air Force vice president nue at 7:05 p.m. Saturday.DWI CHICKEN 5 8 C

She was a member of the around five degrees average above along the southeast coast. Aboutan ; Capt. Gloria Routt, Air Charges Republican governor candi- with yellow rice ............................................
Union Primitive! Baptist Church. Normal imum normal -' inch of rain can be expected Force junior vice president. Azalea Marie Hotard, 53, 824 date H. B. (Bob) Foster of Fort
Survivors include her parents, minimum m a x and in the extreme north portions of I Also CoL J. K. Lawton, historian NW 41st Ave., was arrested by Meyers last weekend Luncheon
challenged
ranges include: 76 to the state Complete
toward the end of the the Florida
Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Crawford, 53 in Tallahassee and 82 to 65 ; Cmdr. Edward Martineau Highway Patrol in his two GOP opponents Charles
t. Starke; three.brothers, Neal G., period. chaplain; Lt. Co!. ClaudeD. northeast Gainesville at 9:15 Holley of St. Petersburg and BIGGEST VALUE IN GAINESVILLE

Starke, Paul, Cocoa, and James, Holmes, surgeon;' Capt. Kenneth a.m. yesterday and charged Ken Folks of Orlando to a joint
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of Lawtey; and a ,sister, Miss Wittich, dental surgeon; with driving while intoxicated., appearance and debate. 7 ; t SMOTHERED
Dorothy Crawford, Lawtey. Maj. Sidney Wood, judge advocate Izell Hope, 47, 816 SE 7th 1 Salisbury
Funeral services will be at 2 AwardsFrom general; Lt. Col. Fred Place, was arrested by city He asked that they appear in STEAKS 5&
pan. Wednesday in the Union Kibbe, national council man; police in the 700 block of NW the nine or, 10 counties with the Steamed Rice

Primitive Baptist Church with Maj. Edward A. DeMiller, secretary -6th Street at 2:45 a.m. yester- heaviest Republican registra Cole Slaw _ _ _
c elders B. II and Maj. Harold i day and charged with driving tion, including Volusla Hot Roll & Butter
H. Rauls, W H. Eddy Page 1 Stringer Orange / Hot Coffee or Spanish Onions ServedFree I
.b and Sam Crews offi Iailn. Burial treasurer. while intoxicated. and Duval counties.He Iced Tea I With Your Salad

' will be in Santa Fe Ceme dent John F. Kennedy last: 1963 "in the best tradition of Cot Ralph Eastwood, presi. FIRE CALLS Issued the
tery. November. The editorial writ dent of the Gainesville ROA At 8:42: pjn. yesterday, a challenge "in
on-the-spot the
DeWitt C. Jones is'in charge. lag award was one of three reporting. chapter, was official host for false alarm at SE .4th Place spirit of reviving the Interest \ Your Second Cup of Coffee or
and growth of the : Iced Tea Is Always FREE
Republican -
winning entries concerned with Newspaper.public serviceThe the two-day convention. and 13th Street.
of racial Chicago Daily News for At 8:58 pjn. yesterday party and to allow the
CHARLES GILLIARD coverage relations in L "Dra a rank and file
the United States. matizing significantly the slumsof Dr. Reeves false alarm at SE 9th Street Republican voter
' to have
STARKEcharles Lee Gil- Chicago and exposing those and 7th Avenue. the choice and not to
liard, 86, died in Jacksonville Jimmy Breslii, New York who profit from human MemorialA be influenced by the party's of
Saturday after Herald Tribune columnist misery ALACHUA GENERAL fice, holders,or, hierar hy."
' an extended ill- won through the negligence of pub- -- CAFETERIA
ness. the newspaper general reporting lie officials." The memorial service for Dr. HOSPITAL _
newspaper'sseries '
He was a retired farmer. He award for "A Death in of stories, photos and editorials John D. Reeves, Jr., professorof April 2, 1964 ABOUT 27% I I' Lunch Dinner 11 4:30:30 p.m.a.m.to to 8:05 2:05 p.m.p.m.
BIRTHSMr.
was a member of the Jacksonville Emergency Room One," an was in "the1 finest rea- radiology in the Universityof I 1212 North Main Street
Independent Baptist account of events at Parkland dition of crusading journalism," Florida ,College of Medicine, and Mrs. John Wu, 418 sort of the of 385 Glass firms had some i GAINESVILLE SHOPPING ii iiThe

Church. He was a Georgia Memorial[ Hospital in Dallas the i said the judges. is scheduled for 3 njn. Tuesday SE 7th St.. a boy: Mr. and/ those not carrying Insurance.it, 12 should Of ,, Air Conditioned O Open Doily CENTER&
afternoon of President Ken- in the Medical Mrs. Marvin Hinnant 105 NW
native. Sciences have; end of those carrying it, j I e Free
Parking
nedy's death. I: Radio public service.- WSB, Building Auditorium. 3rd Ave. a girl; Mr. and Mrs. 35 appeared to hove no need ii
...Survivors._ include-__u His. widow, Ga., for a series of programson k Richard L. Smith. Box 548 of it. How about your Plate I Banquet Facilities PHONE 376-4491
!\lelVma ruuwu: uuuara, Starke William,H.c"Bill" Mauldin Principal s pea er'for the 58c SPECIALS Mon. thru Sof.
; of traffic Glass?? Call Daily
five daughters control that brought ervice will be Dr. Laurence Melrose, a girl; Mr. and Mrs. us for a free, no : I I L
Mrs. Chicago Sun-Times obligation .
Nettlei was citedn the opening of a needed highway Robert J. B survey.KEITH
Robbins, professor of ggs, 2720 SW Ar-
Smith, Stuart, Mrs. Ellen i the field of editorial cartooning link months ahead radiologyat j
of cher
schedule Harvard Medical School. Dr. Rd., a boy. HAYTHORNE
Jacksonville Mrs. Daisy May, for his widely reprinted .
Hampton, Mrs. Agnes Johns portrayal of a sorrowing Abraham Editor ializing on radio: Reeves, who died in a Boston ADMITTEDNina i I INSURANCE first "automobile" ad of all time appeared fh

Jacksonville, and Miss Augusta Lincoln. This drawing, said I WRTA, Altoona Pa.,-for editorials -hospital March 6, served under Sue Hinnant, Rebecca .107 N. Main he: Philadelphia Gazette in 1805. Today, the auto industry -
Gilliard Starke the by Louis H. Dr. Robbins asa resident asociate -, I FR 2,1433 invests more advertising in .
; a son, William judges, "expressed completely Murry, executive Ann Jones, Paul Davies Posey, money newspapers
H., Satsuma; 11 grandchildrenand the nation's grief and vice president, expressing s in radiology, and instructor -i L_ than in any other medium.
five great grandchildren. shock i
Funeral services were in I municipal corruption" and help i Dr. Reeves, 39, came to the ;;. '\: i' 1 t''4 "
Jones Funeral Home at 3 p.m. The award for television reporting ing bring about removal of the University to head the Depart- "( .'..t'r't: ; <

today with Rev. Frank Keller was made to WBAP- name of a candidate for mayor ment of Radiology in 1958. p ,j '

officiating. Burial followed in TV, Fort Worth, Texas, for its and his subsequent indictmentby He was widely known for his t An I InvithhonV

Hope Cemetery at Theressa. report of "President John F. a Grand Jury.Editorializing leadership in radiological safety R '-. .if };.f '
Kennedy's Only Visit to Texas." and disaster: planning : ,.\it !J

CLARENCE The report was characterized, on television:: through the American Collegeof o W1"" TOY
HARRIS said the Tom Martin. editorial director :;'; ::.T' ,
I judges "by restraint, ,,' Radiology and the Florida m
Clarence Marshall Harris, 64,, good taste, completeness and ac-: KFDA TV, Amarillo, Texas, Nuclear Commission.
4013 SW 20th St.. died in Alachua ,curacy. fulfilling the highest for "courageous exposition of

General Hospital yester day standards of journalistic excel-'racial and religious hate pro Voters League E x ;; rcL U

morning after an extended ill. 1021cc." paganda. He avoided platituds, ,
'
fix e d responsibility, named I Board MemberMrs. N ," : ;

ness.He moved here a year and a I In addition, the entire radio- names and called upon those : AND

half ago from Barberton, Ohio,, for television its industry was praised I who can halt the spread of hate; James G. Wilson of
where he had worked as an elec p "outstanding public serv- propaganda to do their duty," Gainesville was elected to the

trician for Seiberling Rubber tragedy.cie in time" of great national 1 said the citation. Florida. League_of Women Voters :

Company. He was retired. Research about journalism bOard 01 directors at we YOUR FRIENDS
:
Funeral services will be In Bob Jackson of the Dallas David P. Forsyth league's annual convention in -
of
manager
Hendersonville, N. C. Jones- Times Herald received the news communications Orlando last week. o I

Johnson is in charge locally. photography( award for his photoof Chilton Co., Philadelphia research,, Pa.the She issued a statement this, 'g 4 AND

Survivors include.his widow, the slaying of Lee Harvey Dr. Forsyth's book, "The Business morning announcing her resig-- G
Mrs. Flemma Oswald nation from the Civic Action
W.
Harris accused
presidential as Press in America, 1750 to
Gainesville; a step-son, Jerry sassin. 1865 Association issues committee.Mrs. '
represents "a pioneer :
Wilson said the THEIR FRIENDS
Bedingfield
League
Arlington, Va.; five The ing enterprise in rescuing from
sisters Mrs. Bruce, Hudepeth. award for magazine reporting requires that board members "
Mrs. Opal Southard and Mrs..: went to a free-lance oblivion the history of a significant follow its non partisanship I S

Vertie Rebis, all of Winston- writer Theodore H. White for segment" of American policy and be politically inactive TO

Salem, and Mrs. Gertrude Hude his "perceptive and realistic analysis journalism. during their terms of of- S
peth and Mrs. of the ongoing racial collision Presentation of the Distin- ice.

of grandchildren.Hamptonville Minnie, N.C.;Ball and both two North."in White's the big two-part cities of series the: guished and Service plaques bronze will be medallions madeat Gainesville Sun I, :it'I I MEET and HEAR

appeared in Life magazine last the annual Awards dinner .
November. to be held. this year at Published evenings except ''I
ALMA DOVELL Phoenix, Ariz., 2. Saturday. and Sunday mom- ,
May The
I Two awards were made forpublic ings by the Gainesville Pub-
ORLANDO Word has been I service in television Journalism awards will be presented by lishing Company at 101 SE
received here of the death of : The National Broadcasting Sigma Delta Chi President The 2nd Place. Gainesville. Florida HAYDON BURNSCome

Mrs. Alma Chapman Dovell, Co.. for a three-hour documentary odore F. Koop, vice. presidentof matter and entered at ,the as Post second Office class It'

mother of Dr. J. E. Dovell. University "illuminating the, CBS, Washington, D.C. Gainesville Florida.CIRCULATION ,.
of Florida political science American Negro's sturggle for The awards are among the RATES BY

professor.She freedom and equal rights," and oldest in journalism, having CARRIER OR MAIL

died Sunday night afteran station KDKA-TV, Pittsburgh, been presented annually since 1 Week .45 out and meet this distinguished Mayor of .
our neighbor
extended illness. Mrs. Dovell for an "imaginatively plannedand 1932.Three 3 Mos. $5.85, ". sonville and his charming wife Mildred. Hear for city of Jack
would have been 93 in May. skillfully executed" study of this year's individual 1. Bums' 1 15 years of vital experience and yourself why Haydon

Services will be tomorrow afternoon of unemployment in Pittsburghand winners are members of be All paid mail in advance.subscriptions must <: hossee to make the "Florida Story"proven as wonderful leadership is the needed in Talla
at the First western as "Jacksonville
Presbyterian Pennsylvania.LOOK the professional society: William Story.
Church chapel in H. Member of Audit Bureau of .
Orlando. She Magazine was cited for "Bill" Mauldin H. G.
was the senior member of the! the third straight year (and the Davis Jr., and David P. For. Circulation. -

church.In sixth time since 1952)) in the syth. Davis is adviser to the the AH material property cent.1ned"ereln of the Gainesville h -
addition to Dr. Dovell she field of magazine public service undergraduate chapter of Sigma Publishing Company. (e) "64. Reproduction ', '
Is survived by a daughter, Mrs. for its "continuing, penetrating .Delta Chi at the University strictly forbidden to whole without or 1ft the''p.rt written I* ;" i CITIZENS FIELDWEDNESDAY 1l

H. A. Finne of Orlando, seven definitions of man's problems I of Florida. permission of the publisher.
grandchildren and nine great in today's complex society." -, "l -

grandchildren. Only other repeat winner from IT :. ;:
ISN'T GOSSIPYOU :
last
year's contest was New -. :
DOLPHUS HUTCHINSONLAKE York radio station WINS. The

BUTLER Dolphus station's and beaningful""alert.coverage comprehensive of the I CAN GET A % r2;. ::; April 8th
F. Hutchinson 7:30 P.M. :
90, died Saturday Welfare Island bus accident PAYDAYLOAN \ .
afternoon
in the Lake Butler
brought the 1963 award for I
Hospital after an extended ill- radio reporting. I t\\
ness.
The winners in other
He was born in : WATCH FOR THE
Hillsborough
BURNS
I
categories: BLITZERS MOTORCADE
COME
County and had lived in this Washington from EARLY AND ENJOY
correspondence: COFFEE AND DOUGHNUTS WITH US
area since 1947. He was a truck '
:
Jerry Landauer
farmer until retirement. He wasa Wall Street Journal, reporter, for ,exclusive The $25 $600 I I If
fo [
you are already
Methodist. I stories revealing that some for convinced that this capable ana magnetic leader is the outstanding choice

Funeral services will be at 2:30 federal judges were also direc our next Governor, help him to be elected by sending your campaign
p.m. tomorrow in the Wilson I tors of business corporationsand And It's Confidential the contributions to',

and Brannon Funeral Home probing the questionable :
with Rev. Frank T. Staff off ethics involved. from

ciating. Burial will be in Elzev. Foreign correspondence HAYDON BURNS CAMPAIGN
: HEADQUARTERS
Cemetery. calm W. Browne e; ..:
Marion
.
Survivors include a daughter, Press, in recognition of Finance COg ; 301 S. MAIN ST. :.'.
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-= JOHN B. RABBISON. Freildcmt *.i few \Jark eimrfl of the available candidates is SENATOR HUMPHREY is Senate, the less chance he will
: rwklUkcri FAT COWLES. Vk **..*- ,SOUTHBy By JAMES RESTON exceptionally high.It in a oddly paradoxical'- have of getting the nomina

teat sal .EzeeBttv ED JOHMSOX.E41Uri Tic W. G.TnMtut(am) WASHINGTON The in- has been a long time tion. He has gained in staturein tion.For

Florida's Beautiful EBEKSOLE. TU Pre.laeata A- tense competition for the vice since a party has had as tal- his party, even among the if Humphrey does suc-
University City rtiiter DIr....r. BOB TABTAGLIOXE. RALPH McGILL presidential nomination on the ented a group of men to ceed in getting the controversial -
TIc. rrenMeal uU Ctr. I.- Pent.., Prix Iftomimg FoklUker Southern conservatives, in the
Democratic ticket has not end- choose from as Senator Hum- civil rights bill accepted,
: tt.a Hsaaaer. I Of U. AtUmU. (Ga.) CMuUtittoB ed: It has merely gone un- phrey, Attorney General Ken- last decade. He is a shouter the President could easily.decide -

derground. nedy, Adlai E. Stevenson, Defense and a worker, and the Presi- not to reward him with
: THE SUN'S POLICY Must AddSelfHelp Nobody even claims to Secretary Robert Mc- dent likes him personally, but the vice presidency, but to

-.': 1. Report the news fully and I Impartially In the news columns. know President Johnson's Namara, and Sargent Shriver. in some ways he is hurt precisely keep him in the Senate to
2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in-editorials' preference though many The Democrats are deeply divided because he is very carry the Johnson legislative
3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. suspect it is Sen. Hubert on which of these men much like Johnson himself program.
Humphrey but one thingis should be chosen but they and it could be that the more Attorney General Kennedy's
The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 ,' ; fairly clear. The range of agree that the list is well effective he is in piloting the prospects are probably better

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EXAMPLES FULBRIGHT, GOLDWATER which is probably true, and

Il Man A Rational Animal? A booming, competitive that the President can easily

Europe flavored with at stop any campaign for-him,
of, Gallic What PricePo litical Candor? which is not necessarily true.
Dr. Bruno Bettelheim, professorof suspicion with resulting lawlessness least a soupcon arrogance -
from M. de Gaulle,
psychiatry at the University of violence, demagogery, and demonstrates what Marshall THE ATTORNEY Generalhas "

Chicago, says in a recent issue of the total collapse of justice and Plan aid was able to do for New lurk tmrii last week on "old myths" as time and among the indIvid- more strength among the
the bases of unrealistic U.S. ual members of the Com- influential working politicians
Magazine, "We all carry withLife democratic freedom. developed countries.A By ARTHUR KROCK
foreign policy, and Goldwater munist block." within the Democratic Party
in us the propensity for irrational less dainty dish was set WASHINGTON What in his campaign for the 2. Cuban communism posesto than any other: vice presi-
behavior." And intensive psychologcial Human evolution is a slow and before the United Nations price complete candor in Republican presidential nom- the security and political dential candidate; and what is

probings into human cnoduct sometimes discouraging process, Trade and Development Conference discussions by public men of ination, have been alike in system of the U.S. "the grave rso widely realized, jprob-
at Geneva. The rec- situations as they see them unusual candor with threat" it to the a'. in the
and human motives have produced but it can be aided by the "intellec- the poses people y more strength par-
tl t ipe of aid has not been and propose to deal with which they have slated their of Latin America.But ty organizat than .the'Pres-
evidence that the
l mounting propen- tual discipline" that it is the 'busi-
them
?
enough. Aid to the underde- positions.If hopefully the American ident himself.
sity for irrationality is indulged ness of education to provide. This veloped countries has not en- Every political party this quality can be suc- people are sophI;tc..ted! There is a large misconception

oftener than it is restrained. This means more than a temporary crutchof abled them to fill the economic pledges itself and. .its... candi-" cessfully employed to enough to realize that the about this. President
I "unveiling of the primitive" in human knowledge. It means corrective bowl. The harsh truthis dates to this' *- -- -- '- persuade the American people comments of Castro and Johnson has powerful supportin

I nature tends to challenge the exercises for weak ankle bones. It that, despite loans and in those areas where national that F u 1 b right i merely Pravda wr-risks the Chair- many areas of the North
grants, the gap between them security is involvtu' tale made a contribution to the man of the Foreign T.Vat'cns: and can commend a lot more
i generally accepted premise that means that educational results TTmst and the developed nations is Democratic platform of 1960)). disunity of the Western Alliance Committee was aware he was by exercising fie

"man is a rational animal." be measured in terms of ultimate impact wider than, before.IN And it also promises that this that a statesman taking in the higher Interestof other powers: of patronageand the presi-

l on behavior-not in terms of consideration i will not be worth heeding would have preventing the "gap be- dency, but it was Kennedyand

lI I It has, in fact, given rise to a new fact tests and memory quizzes. TALKING of underdeveloped stretched to cover political er- perceived in advance speaking tween fact and perception"in not Johnson"who did the
"ism" which is much abused in mod countries ire includea rors and failures of acts and frankly will go to an American foreign policy larger job of building! the
H i geographic area that is policies.But even lower quotation in the from !becoming "a chasm in Dmocratic national machinein
ern speaking and wrlting"antiintellectualism" Until this concept is firmly fixedin about two thirds of the when public men prac- market of politics. which action becomes irrel- 15!) and in the three yearsof

a term that is the minds of tp.achersth.n- world's surface and about the tice complete candor they us- AND THE SAME will be evant and irrational." his brother's presidency.

r often misunderstood by those who cept that true learning means same amount of its population. ually find themselves on the the result if Goldwater's Im- GOLDWATER'S critics and Accordindly, the loyalties ofa

use it and by those who hear it (or growth in self-control and intelligent We are talking about defensive against charges pulsive anuUoften loose artic- detractors have been self-as great many del sates to
see it in print). Sometimes it seems selfdirectionno Africa, Asia and Latin Amer- by or on behalf of the Es- ulation of his conservative sisted by the native honesty the Democratic: conventionstill
I salutary results ica. The not be tablishment of irresponsi- which him not to
problem msy viewpoint is successfully ex- prompts run to the Kennedys, and
to indict mankind as being totally for society can be expected from-'the avoided without disasters of bility, shallow thinking andif ploited to obscure politically dodge any questions or issues, the votes of a great many

irrational and incapable of any intelligent nation's hopeful investment i in the one kind of another.At their topics are foreign venturesome proposals he has but including those on whichhe more could easily go therein

I control over his own conduct education of its youth. They may policies or our military defense made that merit serious pop has not done his home- the belief that a Johnson-
Geneva U. S. Under-
At other times it is used to describe earn hold better build posture, or both of ular consideration. work. This has required him Kennedy ticket would carry
more jobs, secretary of State Ball talked giving "aid
I "appeasement, and de- often to re-state positions he more Democrats
those'who hate professors and Fulbright's critics into state and
bigger bombs drive plainly. He said it was, nec- "
more expensivecars and comfort ,to the enemy intended to convey at the local offices than
look upon all "intellectuals" as eggheads but their unchecked "propen- essary for these nations to do etc.. tractors have of been assisted in time. But though )in matured ticket And this is what any other often

E and snobs.In sity for irrational behavior" will more to help themselves.Mr. by expressions approval form these positions are moves delegates
Premier Cas- more than
Ball put a finger on a THIS EXPERIENCE most Pravda and by and
clear consistent
continue to document the phychological nat- polIti- the prospects of the national
of Cuba. These were
He ,asked the tro
very sore spot. recently has been the lot of cally courageous he has left election.
looking for a tenable definition files of anti-intellectualism and ural reactions, because among
underdeveloped nations to American in
two politicians himself to interim at-
.., we turned to Professor Brinton of the foreign policy "myths"he open This is not to say that t President
low-center reflexes will override comprehend that if they adopt particular Sen. J. Willi- tack as disposed to shooting
Harvard who in his book "The restrictive sought to dispel were that: Johnson could not insiston
reason. measures againstthe am Fulbright D-Ark., and from the hip and hence fund- the
Shaping of the Modern Mind," uses inflow of foreign investment Sen. Barry Goldwater, R-Ariz. 1. The "animosity" of the amentally unfitted i for the wants, running mate he
particularly if he
the term "to describe the attempt they cannot very well Neither will appreciate be- Communist world against the presidency.A made his choice known
1 Some professors frankly disavow complain if they fail to at- ing bracketed with the other. free world Is a monolithic few frm Fulbright's before
to arrive rationally at a just passages the cenvention but if he
appre- ,
interest in or hope for any educa- tract it. In many though not But Fulbright, in his sweep- emotion, without variation "of speech show how does not the
ciation of the actual roles of ration- in campaign for
; all of the is need character and intensity
tional outcomes other than "scholarly countries ing attack in the Senate greatly it has been distortedin Kennedy, now
proceeding
ality and nonrationality in human there is such a compulsionfor criticisms
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knowledge" and that some
only in quietly underground, :could
affairs." the of this definition self government stemming -
In light "We are confronted with a easily surface
rare students who have somehow RIGHT violently on the
from acute national ON THE =
-"anti-intellectual" is not"against" complex and fluid world situ- convention floor
and '
acquired a zeal for learning. These"educators" ism that investment capitalis in the
A. ation and we are not adapt-
the of convention
use intelligence, galleries, and
I may be among those refused.At ing ourselves to it. We are
force the President
and he does not deny the human either to
:who misinterpret antiintellectualism the time of the Geneva Great Sad clinging to old myths in the accept Kennedy or risk split-
ability to think-and to learn to
.: lace of and
new realities we
denial of the
ting
as a proved man's ability conference Indonesia's fiery party openly before
think better. He looks objectively f x ; se&ing the
merely are to con-
escape
the
t (or willingness) to think or Sukarno said "To hell with k television cameras in
: mankind and observes tradictions by narrowing the
at
Atlantic
foreign aid we are rich City.SARGENT.
1 they may belong to that fairly large
: that "thought seems often at the enough in resources to go it Echo of permissible bounds of public
fraternity of scholars who DutyBy discussion
can never by relegating an
I' mercy of appetite, passions, prejudices on our own. This is an ex SIIRIVER is not
be teachers because their loyalty is treme. increasing number of ideas discussed so much
now he
t habits, conditioned reflexes, to their WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY JR. and viewpoints to a growing as
"subjects" not to their was a month or so The
+ and of a great deal else in human life category of 'unthinkable ago.
BUT MANY other President
students.Is countries There is impressed. with
The sad news has come in from Walter Reed Hospital.
is that
thoughtsThe myth
: that is NOT thinking. lacking trained personnel in time General him. Shriver gets well
never seemed really to be any doubt but that this every Communist state is an on
government, industry and the MacArthur would die. But the news has shocked the public evil and with businessmen and with
unmitigated a relentless -
This clear and unflinching gaze at man a rational animal Well, professions, and plagued by just the same because we are once again reminded that even enemy of the free Congress. He is an attractive

j human nature in action has power- the evidence seems to say that he many language barriers, are the imperishable perish. world. The reality is that ambassador abroad. He has
condemned by an excess of good looks and
ful implications for education. If we is and that he isn't. He has the some pose a threat to the sophistication,
and economic
insta- qualities
political MAC ARTHUR was the last of the great Americans. It isn'tat that are rather in
free world and others
: are to have a society that operates power of thought but rather con- bility to deny entry to for- all certain that America is capable of producing another little pose short supply here now, and

.: under rational democratic controls, sistently refuses to use it preferring -' eign capital. There is, of man of MacArthur's caste. Such men spring from the loins of "IT or WOULD none. be unwise to he has the support of Bill

= we must help individuals (through to rely on predisposition and course another ,roadblock to nations in whose blood courage runsand we are grown ane-' recognize Communist China or Moyers Johnson's young and

I : education} to develop rational controls propensity. If you want to gather development the fear that mic. That is why so many have spoken of an age that would acquiesce in its admission to influential aide.

: of their own behaviors. Otherwise evidence yourself try a little objec- investment, even though wel- die with MacArthur. An age where, occasionally, heroes arose, ,the UN so long as Peiping{ This last point is probably
comed and given an equitable more Important
their that Honor, and than it
acknowledging as imperatives Duty, ap
maintains its attitude of Implacable
-
: they will be controlled by hate, tive observation (and some intro- introduction may soon be nationalized Country which MacArthur cherished, but which the nation that hostility toward the pears. Moyers, in a curious

t = fear, prejudice, anger, passions, spection) and make your own "ra by some political rejected him has no stomach for, preferring the adulterated U.s. But we must jar open sort of way, is Lyndon Johnson's -

: greed, emotional temperament, and tional" judgment. coup. Waste, by corruptionand substitutes of our age of Modulation.I our minds to certain realities ideal of what the Presi-
from lack of competencyin have often thought that it is a key to the understanding of of which the foremost is dent himself would have liked
administration, is still an- what has happened to this country that Dwight Eisenhower that there are not really to be at 29, and the fact that

_- I.I other factor in discouragingcapital became President, rather than Douglas MacArthur. This is 'two Chinas' but only one- Moyers would leave the White
I!I risks.Economic not the time to slight Mr. Eisenhower, whose principal ,fault, mainland China ruled by House tomorrow to work for

i Voice of the growth dependson after all, lies in his being quintessentially a part of his age. Communists and likely to remain Shriver at the Peace 'Corps
: People the accumulation of capi- The age is at fault, not Eisenhower the age was not imagi- so indefinitely." has impressed the President
tal reserves and on the pro- native enough for MacArthur.THE Goldwater has been rep- about Shriver's abilities
fit obtained from the volumeof resented as anti NATO, a Shriver, however, probably
I production. The underde- AGE WAS AFRAID of MacArthur, and well might it destructive critic of Ameri- has to get the Kennedy family -
On '
The Sun's
Opinion Page= veloped countries do have have been, because he stood above it, as de Gaulle stands can weaponry, an opponentof vote before he can get the
enormous handicaps, some of above his own time. In France they turned, at last to de Gaulle foreign military as wellas Johnson vote, and if the At-
Opinion and comments of Sun readers are welcome in the Vole of the People column. Letter
;4 which seem unsurmountable.They but only because the monstrous inefficiency of the French fi- economic aid who torney General really wants
one
,.
must be signed and bear the writer's" edd ... Names will ba withheld if requested. A letter should ,
= not axcecd 500 wards and must ba written" an only one sida of the paper. Poetry cannot ba used. Th. will prove to be so unless nally prevented recourse to yet one more mediocrity. would abolish Social Security, the vice presidency, the posItion -
Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten It, without changing the writer's meaning or a plan can be workedout We in America, being more efficient, more conservative, summarily withdraw this of a mere in-law could
Intent. to assist them. The ad- than the French, never felt the need to reach beyond a medi- country from the UN, etc. be awkward.

r Facts On Bill ing demonstrations of serv- personnel for serving aged vanced nations do have an ocrity, so we elected the affable Eisenhower, and let MacArthurgo refuted by the following ex-
F ices to aged; providing tech- hi matters of health housing obligation to assist in alleviating to his Colombey-les-deux Eglises at the Waldorf Tower, tracts from his preparedeach STEVENSON and McNa-
nical and other help to finance, legal matters, and the stark severity of the there to fade away. of these charges is mara are probIably no more
: To Help Aged states and smaller units de- much of it on a consultative present situation. Even while he did that, he managed to retain his grandeur.It speeches: than outside chances, but they

siring'such help, and servingas plan. If anyone is interested, is an unfortunate image fade away as if, as the years NATO "is the greatest force cannot be ruled out. As the
1 I EDITOR. Sun: There are, an agency to stimulate existing he should write his congress- UNDER THE KENNEDY went by, the General had grown paler and paler ending up in for freedom in the interna- presidential nominee of his
i in the Congress certain bills agencies to serve more man and ask for a copy of administration the economi- a pastel insipidity from which all the vital colors of his manhood tional picture, but allowed to party on two occasions Stev-
I directed to the concern of widely and effectively. the bill, H. R. 10088.A. cally disadvantaged countrieswere had drained. He grew, eventually, physically weak, but become split, bewildered and enson still has a national following
aged persons. One of these is asked to reach agree- his powers were undiminished, his august presence unmistakable. leaderless by the Democratic and even a world fol-
r called the "Old American Grants will be made to R. MEAD ments among themselves to administration." lowing. McNamara's strengthslie

Act. It was introduced by states on a cooperative basis stabilize commodity prices. At "I oppose foreign economicaid in the fact that his abilities -

I Congressman John E. Fogar- for the furtherance of the the Bandung Conference in WHEN, AS RECENTLY as a year ago, he walked into the as presently conceivedand have carried him to the
ty and is designated H. R. services to the aged. The 1955 some 29 nations drew meeting of the jaded celebrities from all over the,world that administered but I sup- pinnacle of the Cabinet. He

1008S.:; first appropriation would be outlines of proposed economic Time Magazine had convoked to celebrate an anniversary, he, port military and technical would dramatize the Presi
J It is so inclusive in its proposals $5,000,000 for the year' 1965. Fights to Keep cooperation. At subsequent AfroAsian and only he, produced that threat-catching sense of excitement assistance to protect our dent's determined effort to

that citizens especially The amount would be increased Cocks Fighting E comic confer- which Henry Luce, subsequently introducing him, was friends from communist ag- hold the central ground of
senior citizens, should be in the next three ences in Cairo the same res- prepared, honestly and boyishly, to acknowledge as an almost gression and help them to American politics, and unlike
aware of it and know what years to a maximum of $1- M New York Times olutions of a unified economic metaphysical property of that man. help themselves." an the others, he has no large
} it proposes. 500,000. The money is to be PARIS A stirring call to approach were It did not matter that he lived as a recluse in the Waldorf "I DO NOT think Social group of voters against him.

Here are some of its provisions used to further interests of save the honor of France's adopted.Yet Towers; his presence was felt right up until the last minute, Security should be repealedbut It is widely assumed here
: Creates within the aged in such matters as national symbol, the fighting nothing has been donein when messages of grief and concern stormed the Walter Reed restored to Us original that two of the three major
Department of Health Edu- training workers for care of cock went out last week from this area of self help. Hospital on a scale that overwhelmed hospital officials, who concept. Issues of the 1964 presidential
cation and Welfare a section aged development of appropriate the National Assembly.A Competition among them often had never seen the like of it: A lot of us felt that for so long as "I suppose. U.S. member- campaign are now fakly

known as Administration of facilities for care of Gaullist deputy, Arthur is of the cut-throat va he lived the nation drew, somehow, from his great strength. ship in the UN so long as it clear: Johnson most observers -
the Aging; it shall be head aged and stimulation of Moulin fears that a recent riety. A contributing factor to And now they are, we are, sad, and lonely-and grateful. is dedicated to making all believe, will win;; and
ed by a commissioner and many other services. law for the protection of ani- the sharp edge of competitive members respect the Char- Senator Goldwater and his

have a staff; appointmentswill Like the Smith-Hughes Vocational mals may lead to a ban on practices is that the econom- IF WE AS A NATION must die, we can find no better wordsto ter. The admission of Red supporters will not capture
be made by the presi- cockfights. He introduced an ies complement one another. die by, this side of scripture than his, given at his last pub China would be final proof either the nomination or the
dent with advice and con- Education Act, the amendment to preserve the Cotton coffee, tea ores, rub- lic appearance at West Point: that it is not, in which event machinery of the Republican
sent of Senate. This administration states would have to have an martial status of that noble ber, bananas and other commodities The shadows are lengthening for me. The twilight Is here. the Senate should consider Party.

will be charged with: agency to administer the breed. are rather generally My days of old have'vanished toae aDd tint. They have gone our withdrawal" Accordingly the talk of
promoting studies and wel- services and funds; and if The fighting cock, that produced. glimmering through the, dreams of things that were. Their These views reflect refresh- Washington centers on this

fare of the aged; assisting the none existed, to create one. proud battler, deserves not to Without doing more to help memory is one of wondrous beauty, watered by tears and ing candor, reasonableness third issue about the Demo-
secretary of the departmentin Some of the funds would be die like a stupid fowl," Mou- itsdf it will not be possiblefor coaxed and caressed by the smiles of yesterday. listen vain- and responsibility, in to- cratic vice presidential can
all matters referring to used for research and many lin declared in a statement to any power nonCommunist ly, bet with thirsty ear, for the witching melody of faint bugles tal contrast with the car- didate and the longer the
: to the aged; administering states now have agencies that the effect that the roosters of or Communist to provide blowing reveille, of far drums beating the long roll But'fa toon of a moron with a six- President delays his choke! ,
grants made under the act; can use such funds. Much his region were not chicken- what is necessary. But the the evening of my memory. .always there echoes and re- shooter that his critics have the more that talk is hI ely

:- developing plans and provid- would be used in training of hearted. obligation to try remains. echoes: Duty, honor, country." drawn,of Goldwater. t to center on Robert Kennedy_> ,

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I : JOHN K. HARRISON, PretldeBt ..i Ntw bark i Htttt of the available candidates is SENATOR HUMPHREY is Senate, the less chance h&will

?,__. ......." PAT COW1XS. TU Pra4 SOUTHBy By JAMES RESTON exceptionally high.It in a oddly paradoxical posi have of getting the 'nom 1a-
_
...*! ED JOHNSON, Tie rre.tdatFlorida' tion. .
\: WASHINGTON The intense has been a long time has in staturein '
W Extetttre Eiitori W. G. (Bffl) tion. He gained
s ..Beautiful'University .. **. since has had talented For if Humphrey does succeed
i:" ,. 1'a EBEK5OLE. TU I'ruWea& competition for the vice a party as his party even among the
1 .. Teats g DirccUri BOB TART1GLJONE. RALPH McGILLP presidential nomination'on the a group of men to in getting the controversial -
City'
+,'. TU PwldeU Mi CJremU Fife Winter rklUkcrOf Democratic ticket has not end- choose from as Senator Hum- Southern conservatives, in the civil rights bill accepted,
I .. .
M | the AtUaU (,G ) C B ttt U a is shouter decide
He
decade. the could
last a President easily
General Ken-
ed: It has merely gone un- phrey, Attorney
i. derground. nedy, Adlal E. Stevenson, De- and a worker, and the Presi- not to reward him with

: THE SUN'S POLICY Must AddS Nobody even claims to fense Secretary Robert Mo dent likes him personally, but the vice presidency, but to

1. Report the news fully and irnpartialiy' in the news columns. know President Johnson'spreference Namara, and Sargent Shriver. in some ways he is hurt pre- keep him in the Senate to
The Democrats are deeply di- cisely because he is very carry the Johnson legislative
2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in-editorials though many
3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. suspect it is Sen. Hubert vided on which of these men much like Johnson himself, program.

r elfHelpToAld Humphrey but one thingis should be chosen, but they and it could be that the more Attorney General Kennedy's
; The Sun's telephones: All Departm .tts-372-844r--: ; fairly clear. The range of agree that the list is well effective he is in piloting the prospects are probably better

Want Ads-376-4672 choice is wide and the quality above average. civil rights bill through the than is generally supposed. It
.s: is widely assumed that the

President does not want him

1 dent. The pastor is hoping that which is probably true and

? COLORED NEWSB. all will do their best that the President can easily
Man A Rational Animal A booming, competitive; persons
i Europe, flavored with at !for the rally on next Sunday.The stop any campaign for him,
which is not necessarily true.
asked to please
.. Dr. Bruno Bettelheim, professor suspicion with resulting: lawless least a soupcon of Gallic arrogance captains are
Gaulle i be ready to report on Sunday
from M. de
,
: of psychiatry at the University- ness, violence, demagogery, and demonstrates what Marshall F. Childs, Colored News Editor I morning. The contest will come THE ATTORNEY Generalhas

a; : Chicago, says in a recent issue of the total collapse of justice and Plan aid was able to do for LAW INSTITUTE their home yesterday. off at 3:30 p.m. here at Mount influential more strength among the

: Life Magazine, "We all carry within democratic freedom. developed countries.A HEARS TALKTALLAHASSEE I Pleasant. The sermon will be within the working Democratic politicians Party

t for irrational ,WEDDING PLANNED delivered by Dr. T. A. Wright
} : us the propensity than other vice
less dainty dish was set Democratic any presi-
of Mt. Carmel Baptist
: behavior." And intensive psychologcial Human evolution is a slow and before the United Nations "administration of justice" -i The Parent-Teacher Association -I Church.pastor The Annual Conferencewill dential candidate, and what is

probings into human cnoduct sometimes discouraging process, Trade and Development Con- calls for the resolution of of A. Q. Jones Eelmentary open June 2. Rev. W. M. net so widely realized, prob-
School will of its
: and human motives have produced but it can be aided by the "intellec- ference at Geneva. The recipe numerous conflicts of values in present one Ferguson pastor. ably more strength in the par-
of aid has not been fund-raising features a "Worn' ty organization than the President -
mounting evidence that the propensity tual discipline" that it is the busi- the spirit of balancing interests, anless Wedding" in the auditorium Emanuel Baptist -Choir No
enough. Aid to the underde- himself.
: for irrationality is indulged ness of education to provide. This veloped countries has not enabled Hiram R. Cancio, attorney gen- of the school on Friday,, 2 will have its rehearsal today
eral of the Commonwealth of
: restrained. This 10 at 8 7:30 p.m.;> and there will be There is a large misconception -
than it is
oftener means more than a temporary crutchof them to fill the economic Puerto Rico, told an all-univer- April p.m.
7:30 about this. President
: "unveiling of the primitive" in hu- knowledge. It means corrective bowl. The harsh truthis sity convocation audience here The following persons will ap prayer meeting tomorrow
that, despite loans and pear in the wedding: T. B. McPherson pm. Rev. T. D. Davis pastor; Johnson has powerful supportin
man nature tends to challenge the exercises for weak ankle bones. It during the 11th Annual Law Mrs. M. E. Middleton reporter. many areas of the North
the between them Joe Johnson, Joe Wel-
grants gap Institute of the Florida A&M
: accepted premise that that educational results must and command lot
generally means Mt Carmel Baptist There can a more
Wash Williams
and the developed nations is University College of Law. come, George
: "man is a rational animal." be measured in terms of ultimate impact wider than before.IN He touched upon two widely! Ware, James Stewart, Robert will be mid-week Meditation by exercising the patronageand

on behavior-not in'terms of differing examples conflictsin Jones, R. C. Cambridge, and Services tomorrow 7:30 p.m.; other powers of the presi-
7:30 dency, but it was Kennedyand
Youth Forum Wednesday :
: It has, in fact, given rise to a new"ism" fact tests and memory quizzes. TALKING of underde- comprehending "man's dignity" John Dukes. and also Choirs Nos. 1 and not Johnson who did the

: which is much abused in mod veloped countries we includea as a concept and conflicts This promises to be a very p.m. larger job of building the
2 will have their joint rehearsal
geographic area that Is between freedom of the fine entertainment, and the
: ern speaking and writing-"anti- Until this concept is firmly fixedin about two't h i r d s of the and the right of the individual press I public is invited. I 8 p.m.; Teachers' Meeting Democratic national machine
,
: intellectualism," a term that is the minds of teachers-the con- world's surface and about the to be tried by a court and a Thursday 7:30 p.m.; and Choirs in 1960 and in the three yearsof

r : often misunderstood by those who cept that true learning means same amount of its popula- jury. JOINT SERVICEThe I Nos. 1 and 2 will again have his brother's presidency.

: use it and by those who hear it (or growth in self-control and intelligent tion. We are talking about "Man's dignity means not only Shady Grove Primitive I their rehearsal Friday 8 p.m. Accordindly, the loyalties ofa

: see it in print). Sometimes it seems selfdirectionno salutary results Africa, Asia and Latin Amer- the fact of man's being 'equal' Baptist Church will conduct a! Rev. T. A. Wright pastor; Mrs. the great Democratic many delegates conventionstill to

ica. The problem may not be with others but also the fact service at the Johnson Esther W. Hamm reporter.
: mankind being totally Chapel
to indict as for society can be expected from thenation's avoided without disasters of run to the Kennedys, and
I of his being unique- an eternal W. J.
Church with Rev.
Baptist
intelligent the votes of
: irrational and incapable of any a great many
hopeful investment in the one kind of another.At irreducible value that is
Taylor, pastor, on April 9, at more could easily therein
___;f 1 : control over his own con- education of its youth. They may Geneva, U. S. Under- superior to any other value or 8 p.m. MAHALIA KNIGHT the belief that a go Johnson-
duct. At other times it is used to describe consideration the Final rites for Mrs. Mahalia
: earn more, hold better jobs, build secretary of State Ball talked speaker sta Kennedy ticket would carry

: those who hate professors and bigger bombs, drive more expensivecars plainly. He said it was necessary ed.Pointing RETURNS HOME Knight of 1010 N.W. 6th Ave- more Democrats into state and,

: look upon all "intellectuals" as egg- but their unchecked "propen for these nations to do out that the concept Mrs. Mary DeBose who wasa nue will be held today at 3 local offices than any other

heads and snobs. more to help themselves.Mr. "bears importantly on the total patient in the Alachua Gen- p.m. from the Friendship Bap- ticket. And this is what often
= sity for irrational behavior" will future structure of interracial 1 tist Church with the Rev. D. E
our -
Ball put a finger on a eral Hospital, has returned to moves delegates more than
continue to document the phychological very sore spot. He asked the relations," Atty. Cancio I her home. Mrs. F. D. Shannon,, White officiating.Mrs. the prospects of the national
: In looking for a tenable definition files of anti-intellectualism and underdeveloped nations to stated: Knight, a citizen of election.
reporter.
-= turned to Professor Brinton of "Ours is an age of the child; Gainesville for the past 40
we low-center reflexes will override comprehend that if they adopt This Is not to say that PresIdent
book "The an age in which we have ac- years, died at her home April
: Harvard who, in his reason. restrictive measures against CONVENTION SUCCESSFULThe I Johnson could not insiston

: Shaping of the Modern Mind," uses the inflow of foreign invest- quired a profound awareness of 19th State Convention of 2 following an extended illness. the running mate he
Interment will be made in
the
of childhood
impact
ment they cannot very well experiences kers of wants, particularly if he
: the term "to describe the attempt the New Homem a the Grass Lawn
future life. Bv main Cemetery under
Some professors frankly disavow complain if they fail to at- upon made his choice known be-
held at the
America that
arrive at just was the direction of White and
+ to rationally a
the
appre- child's +
: taining Negro dignity
interest in or hope for any educa- tract it. In many, though not Florida A. and M. Universityat fore the cenvention, but if he
... ciation of the actual roles of rationality and that a child has and Dorsey Funeral Home.
does
tional outcomes other than "scholar- all, of the countries is need Tallahassee, March 26-28 was not, the campaign for
is entitled to
4 : and nonrationality in human there is such a compulsionfor dignity just as Kennedy, now proceeding
ly knowledge" and that only in much as an adult, should be successful.The .
: affairs." In the light of this defini- self government stem- .' attendance was good. MRS. AMANDA DURR quietly underground, could
students who have clearly recognized-in abolishing
somehow
: tion the "anti-intellectual" is not"against" rare ming from acute national- I Funeral services for Mrs. easily surface violently on the
discrimination in schools
acquired a zeal for learning. These ism that investment capital Amanda Durr will be held at convention floor and in the
the use of intelligence, these decisions be expected SLATES MEETINGThe
"educators" may be among those is refused.At may ; the Church of God By Faith in convention galleries, and
the human to promote all children's Pallbearers Lodge No. 113
and he does not deny
High Springs Tuesday at 2 force the President either to
learn to who misinterpret anti-intellectual- the time of the Geneva emotional as well as intellec-' will meet at the regular meet p.m.
ability to think-and to with Elder McKnight officiating. accept Kennedy or risk split
ism as a proved denial of man's abil- conference Indonesia's, fiery tual sense of security, to further ing place, on Tuesday at 8 p.m.
think better. He merely looks ob- Interment will follow in the High ting the party openly before
ity (or willingness) to think or Sukarno said, "To hell with their sense of 'belonging,' and The dues, endowments and the television

jectively at mankind and observes they may belong to that fairly large foreign aid we are rich thus to facilitate their future taxes are to be paid at this Springs immediate Cemetery.Her survivors include Atlantic City.SARGENT. cameras in

that "thought seems often at theE enough in resources to go it full integration into, and adjustment meeting. E
fraternity of scholars who can never her children, Thomas Travis -
"
on our own. This is an ex- to, a community composed -
of appetite passions, preju- -
mercy be teachers because their )loyalty is John Durr, and Mrs. Alberta SHRIVER Is. not
of all rather of
treme. races, or ,
dices habits, conditioned reflexes, High Springs Nathaniel discussed so much I
to their "subjects" not to their one race, 'the human race,' the ALACHUA NEWS Kelly, ; now as he
deal else in human life Travis and Mrs. Liza was a month agog
and of a great students. BUT MANY other countries only one that should exist." SINGERS TO APPEARThe or so The I
.
that is NOT thinking." lacking trained personnel in In the area of balancing in- Starlight Gospel Singersand Mae Haywood Philadelphia, Elder President is impressed with
Durr, Miss Willie Lee Durr, him. Shriver gets well
on
the Crown Jubilee
government, industry and the terests and resolving conflictsof Singers,
Is man a rational animal? Well both from Gainesville will Miss Mozell Durr and Miss Car. with businessmen and with
This clear and unflinching gaze at professions, and plagued by values, the Puerto Rican attorney ap
Belle Glade Fla.
Durr
etha Congress. He is an attractive
the evidence seems to that he many language barriers, are general cited, as an ex- pear in a joint musical recitalat
human nature in action has power- say Willie Durr, Jacksonville, Mrs. ambassador abroad. He has
the of conflict between the Shiloh Church
condemned by an excess of ample, area Baptist on
ful implications for education. If we is and that, he isn't. He has the political and economic insta- freedom of the press and Sunday, April 12, at 8 p.. Mildred Parker, Waycross, Ga., good looks and sophistication,

are to have a society that operates power of thought but rather con- bility to deny entry to for- the right of the individual to be For an evening of superb entertainment and Miss Laura Durr, Winter ., qualities that are rather in
Park Fla. sister Mrs. Emma short
i under rational democratic controls, sistently refuses to use itpreferring eign capital. There is, of tried by a court and a jury, plan now to be Scott, Donaldsonville, ; Ga. he has supply the here now, and
support of Bill
individuals to rely and course, another roadblock to rather than by the press. present.
we must help (through on predisposition Duncan Brothers Morticians, Moyers Johnson's I
the fear "In England," he pointed out, young and ,
development that
-
education) to develop rational con. propensity. If you want to gather investment, even though wel- "the courts have considerably are in charge. influential aide. : I

trols of their own behaviors. Other- evidence yourself, try a little objec- comed and given an equitable limited the press in reporting CONVALESCINGMrs. This last point Is probably \

wise they will be controlled by hate, tive observation (and, some intro- introduction, may soon be nationalized at bar. They have done this by; Sussana Chisholm, of ARTHUR SMITH more important than it ap I

I fear, prejudice anger, passions spection) and make your own "rational" by some political means of their inherent con- NW 6th Ave., who is a patientin Arthur Smith of Starke died pears. Moyers, in a curious 'I

greed, emotional temperament, and judgment. coup. Waste, by corruptionand temp jurisdiction. In the United the Alachua General Hospital, at his home in Starke Thurs- sort of way, is Lyndon Johnson's -

from lack of competencyin States, courts are reluctant to was reported as improving.Mrs. day. Funeral arrangements areincomplete ideal of what the

administration, is still an- assume such far-reaching jurisdiction Alberta Tillman, whois pending the arrivalof dent himself would have Presl'I'I

other factor in discouraging over the press. How- ill, was reported as improving relatives. Chestnut & Haile to be at 29, and the

i capital risks.Economic ever, they do reverse decisions at her home. Funeral Home of Starke in Moyers would leave the White i

rendered under the impact of Mrs. Freeman who House tomorrow to work for
was a charge.
growth
Voice of the dependson 'trial In this shriver at the Peace Corps
1! PeopleOn the accumulation of capi- by newspaper. patient in the Veterans' Hospi-
situation the has Impressed the President
tal reserves and on the pro- attorney general tal at Lake City, was reported
fit obtained from the volumeof must act as an agent of pre- is: improving at his home. about Shriver's abilities.
vention. Fine Line Shriver, however, probably
The Sun's I production. The underde- "Justice is not static has to get the family
Opinion Page veloped countries do have a con- MEETING SET Kennedy -
It is in constant evolutionand vote before he
cept. can the
The S. Marion Weeks Club of get
enormous handicaps, some of
Opinions ond comments of Sun readers ore w.lcom. in Ke Voice .f the People column. Lettersmust which seem unsurmountable.They requires complex and sensI- Mount Pleasant Methodist Of Insult Johnson vote, and if the Attorney -
k>e signed and bear the waters address. Nemes will be withheld if requested. A letter should tive decision-making at General really wants
not exceed 500 words end must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The will prove to be so un- of the every Church with Rev. William M. the vice .I
_ Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or less a plan can be workedout step procedure. JusticeIs Ferguson, pastor, will meet at strut Vark wimts presidency, the posItion -
to a large extent of a
a product in-law
mere could
j to assist them. The advanced the home of Mrs. Rosa Bell on I
intent.Facts of the 'administration of justice LONDON Insults are to be> awkward.
demonstrations of for nations do have an Tuesday April 7 at 8 Mrs. I
On Bill ing serv- personnel serving agedin .' There is no human 'jus pan. House of Commons debates

ices to aged; providing tech- matters of health, housing obligation to assist in alleviating tice' apart from its administration. -Utemese Johnson president. what- fine-- spices are to good STEVENSON and McNa- -\

To nical and other help to finance legal matters, and the stark severity of the ." food. Sometimes, however, a mara are problably no

t Help Aged states and smaller units desiring much of it on a consultative present situation. j#Ta' CHOIRS' PROGRAMThe member can go too far. than outside chances, but more they

ti EDITOR, Sun: There are such help, and servingas plan. If anyone is interested, PERSONALSMrs. inspirational program of Recently, In a debate, Em- cannot be ruled out. As the
an agency to stimulate ex- he should write his congressman UNDER THE KENNEDY the Friendship Choirs' Union anuel Shinwell former labor
: .
;jn the Congress certain bills Delly Roberts, of N\V a presidential nominee of his
isting agencies to serve more and ask for a copy of administration the economi- which scheduled for
Zion
was
.directed to the concern of 10th St., a well-known citizen, government minister, party on two occasions Stew
widely and effectively. the bill, H. R. 10088.A. cally disadvantaged countrieswere Is Temple Tuesday April 7 has asked the to
aged persons. One of these is asked to reach visiting with relatives and was by speaker enson still has a national following ,
I called the "Old American Grants will be made to R. MEAD themselves agreements friends at Miami. been changed to Monday April give way to Anthony K e r- and even a world fol

t Act." It was Introduced by states on a cooperative basis stabilize among commodity prices. At to Mrs. Mary H. James, of 13 at 8 pjn. F. G. Wingate Sr. shaw, a conservative be- lowing. McNamara'a strengths

Congressman John E. Fogarty for the furtherance of the the Bandung Conference in Thomasville, Ga., is visiting president; Mrs. G. L. Souder cause "only one honorable lie in the fact that his abili-

: and is designated! H. R. services to the aged. The 1955, some 29 nations drew here with her sister Mrs. Hattie pastor.> member may" be on his feet ties have carried him to the

30088. first appropriation would be outlines of proposed economic Mae Waters, and other rela- at one time. pinnacle of the Cabinet. He

= It is so inclusive in its proposals $5,000,000 for the year 1965. Fights to Keep cooperation. subsequent Af- tives for a week. CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSEast "He is not honorable," would dramatize the Presi-

that citizens, especial- The amount would be in- Cocks Fightingc ro-Asian E comic confer- Mrs. Estella J. Jones returned Side Church of God in Shinwefl "retorted. "He is a dent's determined effort to

J Jy senior citizens, should be creased in the next three ences in Cairo the same resolutions here yesterday from Orlando Christ Healing services have member. hold the central ground of,

J aware of it and know what years to a maximum of $12- ( ) New York Times of a unified economic where she was called becauseof begun each day at 8 pm. with The speaker intervened: American politics, and unlikeall

It proposes. 500,000. The money is to be PARIS A stirring can to approach were business. i Bishop Paul in charge. The public "I hope that I was not the others, he has no large

Here are some of its pro. used to further interests of save the honor of France's adopted. Mr. and Mrs. James R. Stay! is invited. right in hearing the right group of voters against him.

I visions: Creates within the aged in such matters as national symbol, the fighting Yet, nothing has been donein ens and son, Jim, all of Atlanta,'! Mr. Pleasant Methodist honorable member for Eas- It is widely assumed here

Department of Health, Education training workers for care of cock, went out last week from this area of self help. Ga., arrived here yesterday as There will be mid-week prayer ington (Shinwell) s u ggest that two of the three major

and Welfare a section aged development of appropriate the National Assembly.A Competition them of- guests of Mrs. Stevens' relatives -! service tomorrow 7:30 p.m. The that the honorable memberfor issues of the 1964 presidential

'known as Administration of facilities for care of Gaullist deputy, Arthur ten fa'of the among cut-throat va for two weeks. 'oman's Society of Christian Stroud was not an hon campaign are now fairly

the Aging; it shall be head- aged and stimulation of Moulin, fears that a recent riety. A contributing factor to Mrs. Helen Rivers, of Ft Service will meet on Wednesday orable member but only a clear: Johnson, most observers -

:id by a commissioner and many other services. law for the protection of animals the sharp edge of competitive Myers, passed through Gaines 7:30 pjn. Mrs. K. D. ,I member."That would be out believe, will win; and
of order.
_ have a staff; appointments Like the Smith-Hughes Vocational may lead to a ban on practices is that the econom- ville yesterday en route to visit Childs president. The children's Senator Goldwater and his
will be made by the presi- cockfights. He introduced an ies complement one another. with her daughter, Mrs. Sarah I choir will rehearse on Wendes- The speaker asked whe- supporters MIl not capture
Education Act, the ther the laborite had imputedthe either the nomination
the
dent with advice and consent amendment to preserve the Cotton, coffee, tea, ores, rubber Hall, at High Springs. day 4:30: pjn. The Youth Choir or
of Senate. This adminis- states would have to have an martial status of that noble bananas and other commodities James R. Thomas, of Tallahassee will rehearse on Wednesday word "dishonorable" by machinery of the Republican

tration will be charged with: agency to administer the breed. are rather generally passed through Gainesville !:30 pjn. Choir No. 2 will have refusing"honorable.to" use the word Party.

promoting studies and welfare services and funds; and if "The cock that Accordingly, the talk of
fighting produced.Without I yesterday en route to St. ::7:30 pm. Richard Parker organist Shinwell that he
agreed
of the aged; assisting the none existed to create one. proud battler, deserves not to doing more to help ,Petersburg.Miss ; ; Eden Turner president could find other word Washington centers on this
some third issue about the
secretary of the department Some of the funds would be die like a stupid fowl," Mou- itself it will not be possiblefor I :Mary H Smith and Miss The Board of Education and "out of extensive vocabu- Democratic

In all matters referring to used for research and many lin declared in a statement to [ any power nonCommunist Estelle Alford, both of East Church School Staff will meet lary." He my finally decided that vice and presidential candidate
to the aged; administeringgrants states now have agencies that the effect that the roosters of to the longer the
or Communist provide
Orange, N.J., whose visit here Friday 7:30 pjn. V. L. Trapp the member opposite was President
made under the act; can use such funds. Much his region were not chicken- what is necessary. But the for delays his choice,
the past two weeks has chairman; J. Franklin JonesJr. "stupid" and the debate
was the that talk is
more
developing plans and provid would be used in training of hearted. likely
obligation to try remains.
been pleasant, were flown to Church School superinten- 'then able to continue. to center on Robert KennedMonday / .



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Heads Bar GroupJudge Dickinson



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i By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

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I Gubernatorial hopeful Fred 0.
Dickinson of West Palm Beach

I was the target Sunday for three

cti. H X, i. of Florida's candidates for gov

ernor.

Dickinson drew the fire witha

television speech Saturday
>v r night saying the Jacksonville

racial disturbances last month

4sI were a result of a political
1
/t maneuver by Haydon Burns, an

opponent.

Burns, mayor of Jacksonville,
+ commented later: "I think his

statement is so ridiculous and

ski ._ his objectives so obvious that it
rt ; doesn't warrant a reply."

n
However, Burns did reply in '* w ___,,
f fI length, saying the greatest Y So

damage In the Jacksonville
,
I crisis was caused by "unfortu
I l
note remarks by politicianssuch cl

as Mr. Dickinson and
others in the current gubernatorial -
campaign :' K _

Miami Mayor Robert King .
4 High, campaigning on home territory

saying he referred was a candidate to Dickinson talk. NOTICE: J. M. Fields Needs 50 Used Air Conditioners, for our Customers Cot

_ft r. t ing "out of both sides of his tages, Rentals, etc. Come in. Let's whee I and Deal some below dealer cost.

! Theron Yawn (left) turned over the presi mouth. With trade or without trade
"This said of
i' man, High
dent's gavel of the Gainesville Bar Association Dickinson "who rides around With Trade Without Trade _

Friday to incoming president Joe C. Jenkins (cen-.. the state in an expensive bus is 4,000 BTU EMERSON QUIET COOL .. ... . . ... ... ... .. .. 77.00 99.95
.ter). At right is Allan Crouch, the new president* trying to disunite the state whileat 8,300 BTU EMERSON QUIET COOL .. .... ..... .. ... .... .. .. 138.00 169.95 1
elect. The poster, will be used to focus attentionon the same time he calls for a 14,000 BTU KELVINATOR.DELUXE .. ... .. ... .. .. :... . . .. 168.00 219.95
Law Day on May 1. It will be posted in schools United Sunshine State." 20,000 BTU KELVINATOR DELUXE.... ... ... .. ... .. ..:. .. .. .. 238.00 259.95
and public buildings in the county. 25,000 BTU KELVINATOR DELUXE .. .. .... . ... ... ... .. . 268.00 319.95 QUALITY
w High told an outdoor spaghetti 30,000 BTU KELVINATOR DELUXrcr. .. .. ... .. . . . . 258.00 349.95 DISCOUNT
dinner crowd that It Is "utterly

Beach impossible to have a united FIRST TIME EVER: AT THIS LOW PRICE
Daytona Paper state when a candidate accepts

1 vast funds from the special in- FREE DELIVERY AND 1-YEAR HOME SERVICE'

Plans Major Expansion I terests.High "told the crowd that

. "there has never been one word!
DAYTONA BEACH (AP) ments and other products in full]of scandal connected with my

The Daytona Beach NewsJournals color. The 80-page( press, cost- office as mayor of Miami, the

announced Saturday a $1.8 ing $750,000 will be capable of state's largest city." F KELVINATOR 2 DOOR FAMOUS NAME
Candidate John Mathews
million expansion program that printing 50,000 newspapers an II
state senator from Jacksonville HAND WIRED 23" CONSOLE
will make it the largest an-ff- hour. aimed his verbal guns at the tax REFRIGERATOR/FREEZER Cabinet
Handsome Styled
set daily newspaper in the na plank of Dickinson's platform. Seoarofe 1221&. Freezer Centemporaty
The building, containing 53,000
tion. "When Mr. Dickinson repeats 11900
"The precipitate growth of the square feet of space, will be how he will save the tax payers Lrt'l Only $29995Automatic Only
two stories. Production sections million he sounds exactly .
$43 Sp 10 fVE' HIND T'xSIOz.ithquotityspeolerwjAlnico5mogftlt
Daytona Beach market has + 1
defrosting refrigerator section i S
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city room to mail room, are on like Gov. ,Bryant did when he pItj 0.tk _- AY NOS New Super rgetTurr.tTune,
forced us to take action to ex 2, Std tit N.w tilt-down freezer convenience 1 DO WNI N.w exclusive automatic fringe loci circuit
elected promising
pand our facilities" said pub- the top floor. Photographic and was getting by '' g 2 Eitro spacious porcelain( crnpers
lisher Herbert M. Davidson platemaklng department will be to save $50 million, Ma- NO MONEY DOWN

p "We decided to modernize as desIgned around a single print thews said. 782-RW

well as expand and offset ing room which will serve

t with its improved reproduction photographers> cold type composing -I dl.tC. MAY I!!
machines and platemak-
quality for black-and-white and II
GENERAL ELECTRICREFRIGERATORFREEZER
color, will give us a newspaperthat proofs ers, and and process velox prints.photographic. [wllUNCJE1uslneu -- RCA VICTOR
will stay ahead of the
times." The building site Is three NEW VISTA PORTABLE TV
With 103 Lb.
Separate Freezer
miles northwest of downtown i O Auto Budget Pitted Big Picture PortableOny$225

Davidson newspapers'said the new company'sthree structure Daytona Beach. Tippen Davidson Y 0 Home Only $ 69 WEEKLY

the newspapers' general
would cost about 800000. The ;x ufe ,
manager, said the area provides SAVEO>rfltNG Extra spacious twin porcelain crispers hvE G
Morning Journal has a circulation plenty of room for expan- ': t 9 215 N.L M 1 WN t Butter and cheese compartment pV Et SSHt Newly developed? RCA Power Grid Tuner
''u of 33,222, the Evening News sion and will eliminate circulation 4 4 ',,, lit Streeti Do Special petition abuttal! stttlf --i Wit Sportabout chassis with 11,000 volts power
"Golden Throat"FM sound
+ 26,540 and the Sunday News- ,372.1449MONLEY Front mounted
and newsprint delivery i I
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1 problems. II
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would be used for commercial ,

products as well as news-

papers and will be equipped to r MOTOROLA
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT '
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FLORIDA.In Re: .Estate e'WILLIAM Just tell us how much
Cash OtoN"$24900
J. CINSKIS. 24 Cilia 24 : Only 21995
Deceased you need to pay old roe Monthly YeMtcirvi Monthly I
NOTICE OF FILING PETITION FOR bills for home Im Receive Payments Payments (
FINAL DISCHARGE OF provements, car i2.- 2 GoJ Jen Voice Speolert with Alnico 5 magnet
re$185.00
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Notice Is hereby given that I hiv
I filed my final returns\as Administrator' Phone for prompt, 33300 2000 600.CO 3439 I rA IoWNI? 2 Position adjustable interior shelf DO Polarized Power plug .
u of the estste ef WILLIAM J. CINSKIS courteous service.
raymtnts include
interest and 753-N
Petition principal.
deceased that I have filed my
for Final Discharge and that I will
apply to the Honorable H. H. McDonald LOANS UP TO $600 PAY ONLY $2.50 PER WEEK _
,
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I on the 17th day of April 1 H4"". fort
approval of the same and for final discharge
as Administrator of the estate
t af WILLIAM J. CINSKIS deceased. l FAMILYFINANCE j
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I Recognition Service NewsEarnest Turnpike Westwood Whispers .


By LYLA BROGDONand ence program presented on
Record
Due At Bishop D. Manning m, seaman Army Pvt Robert G. WE Tops PAM WHITLOW Thursday during second and

Night apprentice, USN, son Hams, 23, son of Robert H. Williams April Fool's Day was Wednes- third period. The cost of admit

I BulletinBy of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. ManningJr. of Puyallup, Wash., and For RevenueFORT day, the first of April. Many tance was 25 cents.

Boys' Club ., of 362S NW 6th St., returned Mrs. Edith Williams of 910 NW tricks were played on students The home economics classes

to Norfolk, Va., recently aboardthe Ninth Ave. here, completed a and teachers alike. presented a fashion show on

destroyer USS Biddle completing basic missile at Fort LAUDERDALE Florida 1st during
course Wednesday, April
Robert N. Carter, a professor broke There are quite a few typing
turnpike revenue
GARY MARTIN I a tour of duty with the Winfield Scott las seventh Their theme
Cajif., period.
of marketing at the University four records during March, demons that are typing over 50 "
Sixth Fleet in the Mediterranean. month. was "Girls who score in 64.
of Florida, will speakat Chairman cwpm. They are: Betsy Black,
Turnpike Authority
the Boys' Club Board of Di Bishop is buzzing with spring this year.. We, along with the I Williams is assigned to Bat- John R. Phillips has announced. Patsy Jordan, Nancy LaBelle, Each girl made her own cos-
He had opportunity to visit C of the 2d
an tery 51st Artillery's tume for the show.
rectors' Recognition Night activities. The Student Council faculty and administration, Phillips said record collec- Susie Smith, Charles Shaffer,

Thursday at 7:30.'Recognition sponsored a clean-up, plant-up would like to encourage every-! ports in France, Italy, Greece Missile Battalion, a NikeHercules tions were due to completion of Suzanne Ford, and Craig Jones. Easter Tidbits: Jim Barkley,
the
in Mediter-
Night is a highpoint day. On Thursday, the seventh one to stay in school. We are and Malta while faeL missile unit, near San Ra- a 156-mile extension of the piketo Candy sales were started on Vince Galagher, and Paige Cof-

.of the annual observanceof and washed win that will I ranean. Calif.Williams. frIn like to take horses pill
eighth grades sure no one ever regret in Orlando, and to a record tourist the 26th of March. Days have
B ys' Club Week here. dows, cleaned desks and walls, entered the Army season. He predicted all of Charlie Hart got a haircut
it.After been chosen to award prizes to
One national award will be and planted the many day lillies the above statement, we During her deployment. the November 1963 and completedbasic 1964 will be a record setting the the Debbie Edwards back from
most
selling candy -
presented this year. that the city donated. We ap- must make one exception. Rob- ship spent ten days standing off Calif.A training at Fort Ord: year. for person that day. Larry Sikes won Arizona for a short visit. Many

But club officials haven't disclosed preciate all the good work that roy Friedman has been our only Cyprus in readiness to evac- The first record to be brokenin boxes eighth graders seen with a sud-
33
on Tuesday by selling
what the national award these students did. Many thanksto dropout. He has jumped at least uate American citizens if the 1959 g r a d uate of Fife March was collections for a den change of hair color. Most-
over the Easter vacat i o n.
i is or who it will be given to. the city for the flowers. We seventeen times from an air- need arose. Her presence there (Wash.) High School and a former single day $52,473 on March There ly lighter. Fourth period girls
boxes be sold
are 3000 to
Local awards also will be pre- would like to invite all of our plane. We can safely say that was an assurance to those student at Central Washington phys. ed. classes singing ((1) in

sented. parents to come and inspect our this is the record for Bishop's Americans in Cyprus that help State College in Ellensburg, 27.That also was a record week and 1000 on we've the already first day"sold! The over can- the showers!!
Williams was employed by the
Carter is native of students. if needed.
Speaker a facilities.
was nearby with tolls totaling $309,664. And
Northern Pacific Railroad in Ta- dy Is made by the J. J. Satin
i Athens Ga. and of
a graduate
collections during the entire
the'University of Georgia. He'sa While the poor seventh and coma, Wash, before enteringthe Candy Company here in Gaines-
month were a record $1.1 mil- ville. The cost of the candy is
eighth graders were cleaningthe Army.
veteran of the Marine
O
Corps
.
with ,service during the Korean school, the ninth graderswere Buchl liolz lion. $1 per box. The money receivedis >>NG,l1'oD
tolls
za January were $900,565and to be used for a Student Coun
"enjoying" the Differential i Fons H. Crosby ship's serviceman
,
War. He came to the University Q settinga $
February $1 million 1Yr.
Tests at GHS. The first class USN of cil project.
Aptitude son '
in 1962 and teaches ;1{?< record for the first three 'q
sales and marketing.He's students left in buses at 8:30 in zes. R Mr. B. L. Crosby of Archer i Is new There was a Southeastern sci-
Y4fj <
months of the accordingto !
a member of the American the morning. They returned for serving a b o a r d the destroyerUSS year,
lunch about 12:15. 'gy.baY 't: > Noa presently operating in Chairman Phillips.Reports .
Marketing Association, the -:::r0 : Governor Gets

American Association of University "*Not only are the ninth graders By "I the Mediterranean as a unit of Cuban

Professors, the Jack- worrying about tests, but they ) :/ the Sixth Fleet. 'Lead Poison'OGALLALA GET TE

;,'; MARY ANN RIDGELL '. Noa, which normally operatesout GENUINE
sonville Sales and Marketing have begun to plan their coursesof Sugar DecreaseMIAMI .

Executives and Alpha Kappa study at GHS. :; and BARTON DOUGLASand of Mayport, recently com- Neb. (AP) mmmm

PsL ., Coach Rivers has announcedthat pleted exercises with other unitsof (AP) The Cuban Around Ogallala, self styled

Hell serve on the Thursday the physical education Barbara Alvarez, a seventh they returned to Gaines-I the Sixth Fleet and units Sugar Growers Association J in "Cowboy Capital," the wags 1

BOY Club program with mas- classes will begin soccer. grade student, has won a ten ville. Although they a! from other NATO countries. exile has released repOrts are having a lot of fun about the .
? dollar cash award'for
her sci- schedule and
ter of ceremonies Rev. Thomas We have just learned that tight were very indicating production at the case of "lead poisoning" con- Amtnttft larg." Setliaj

'Mitchell, pastor of First Mrs. Suskind, our very fine ence project on nutrition. The tired, everyone agreed it wasa Timmie R. Lee, seaman apprentice -first six sugar mills to complete tracted by Gov. Frank Morri TOILET TANK BALL
the first and
annual worthwhile
Methodist Church. secretary, is going to move to prize was trip was USN, son of Mr. and their work in Cuba during the son on a recent visit The efficient Water Master instantly stop

The Boys' Club Week observ- Hawaii this summer because of award to be given by the Ala greatly enjoyed. Mrs. Johnie M. Lee of Route 3, current harvest was 20 per cent The story started when physicians the flow of water after each flushing.

ance.pfficiaDy began today. her husband's transfer by the chua County School Food Serv- On March 21 the Buchholz is serving aboard the antisubmarine below that of last year. revealed that while attending 75c AT HARDWARE STORES

Set as the first event wasa Army. Mrs. Lewis, "Bishop Bulletin's" -ice Association for the best.science Band went to. a band festival aircraft carrier USS Arturo S u e i r a s, association a conference, the governor
will also be project t'on nutrition.We at P. K. Yonge., They stayed Yorktown presently undergoing
bicycle safety inspection and sponsor, president, said the reports came accidentally rammed a

rodeo this afternoon at the "snoozing in the sun" in Hawaii are very' proud' of Bar from. 7 .am.to: 12. ajn. and: overhaul in the Naval Shipyard, from other than official sources. lead pencil into the palm of his

club. this summer. We are not tryingto bara and her project which was some stayed even .later, to en- Long Beach, Calif. I "The communist regime has hand and had to have medical

Activities slated for tomorrow rush them off but we do hope I an experiment with hamsters. joy .hearing other bands per- Last month Yorktown con-. kept silent about the production -attention for it.

include midget car races, they have a nice time. The project was displayed for form. The band as a whole got ducted preliminary sea trial ," he said. "Thus it is to be

featuring model cars made. by We are proud to announce that seven days in the school lunch an excellent rating. There were after spending time in dry dock. supposed it was disastrous." Seek YouthsIn hl N TM O l1Y1

boys In the Boys' Club shop, Bishop has not had a drop out room. Barbara will display her three ratings superior excel- Sea trials for the carrier will Sueiras said lack of sufficient

and the annual Boys' Club project at Kirby Smith Ele- 'lent, and poor. We want to con- be held on a larger scale in Ap- equipment and lack of incentivefor Robbery Try TONIGHT!

games room championships.Boys mentary School at a meetingcf gratulate Mr. Frye very riL During sea trials, the shipis harvesters contributed to reduced SHOW STARTS 7:15

will compete at pool, Pancake Day the Alachua County School much for all his fine effort. checked to see that appropriate output Deputies are searching for SOPHIA LOREN IN

ping pong, chess, checkers, Food Service Association on Five people in our band got repairs have been made to 1 f four youths who allegedly "TWO WOMEN"

French pool, fore par and volo. April 9. superior on their solos and en enable the ship to carry out her forced a Hawthorne man's car

Both events tomorrow start Big SuccessThe sembles. These people were; mission. The powerful Akita dog of off the road early Saturday and CO-FEATURE
Jan Pozin Tom Soxman Ar-
at 4 pjn. Barton Douglas, Robby Hiat, When operating with the fleet, Japan can pull heavier sledge tried unsuccessfully to rob him. "SKY ABOVE-

,"lene Howard, Lyn da Kaster, win, and Scarlet Sublet They Yorktown is the hub of an antisubmarine loads than most huskies and i is The man, Thomas Ainsworth, MUD BELOW"

Fallen Cow Had Day in most the successful Club Pancake I John Alison, Bice Hope, and ,all got medals for their hard "H u n t er Killer" ideally suited to subzero weather reported the incident at 3 am. .

Boys' history Mr. Bryan recently attended effort. group composed of surface, sub- since his double coat changes He said the youths' car forced ,_.:-.". .._..,;. _.,' H. < ... _,
more than 3,000 were served I the annual Junior of
Neck Academy .
Sturdy got national Boys' Club Science Convention at Rollins I In typing class those typing surface and air units designedto thickness with the climate.IN his northbound car off U.S. 441 - - --- -

CAMBRIDGE, EL, (AP) week off to a good start here College, Winter Park. They from 70 and up are; Susie find and destroy enemey sub- THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE at S.R. 331. One youth jumpedout

The Robert Hunter's 5-year-old Saturday.Bob Brown, Judy Coursey, Ronnie marines.No EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND he said, but fled before he 1f.
were excused: from a day of FOR ALACHUA COUNTY FLORIDA
Guernsey cow fell into a 38-foot Hancock, general chair- school to make the trip since Crowder, Mary Palmour, Eve- could get any money.
well and survived the rescue bya lyn Griffen, Nancy Stapleton, LAW NO. All that was taken were the
man of the feed, said 400 to the convention started
on a special license or certificate 183 8'5 7 9
wrecker that lifted her out by 500 Debbie Taylor, Emery Swear- STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT CF keys to Ainsworth's car, deputies -
more served !
were .
persons Friday morning.In is required for a gyroglid- FLORIDA an Agency of the State of
the neck. inger. There are also 25 students Florida said.
this year than last. addition. to hearing several er. However, the Federal Aviation Petitioner,
After a veterinary's examina- He t h a n k ed all who con- interesting talks by a pan- who are typing 60 and 70. Agency must be notifiedin V. NOTICE OF RULE NISI
tion fears that the LOUISE BOLAND et al. lAST
would
cow
tributed to success. el of well known scientists and advance of flights higher Defendants. aswoarva.4df
not survive were dismissed. The Pancake Day observ- scientific and NOTICE OF EMINENT DOMAIN
prepared
papers than 150 feet or within five PROCEEDING:
Besides being dirty, frightened ance came just two days before read by students, they were In 1539 the explorer Hernandode miles of an airportApproximately I

and having been in a the Gainesville Boys' Club guests at a banquet and dance Soto descrived the Florida AUTHORITY IN THE NAME OF AND THE BY STATE THE OF TNSAtaEhR20 fa ,

cramped position for four started its annual celebrationof Friday night The conventionwas Everglades as "mysterious and FLORIDA i 2 DAYS
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
!
.hours. the cow was all right National Boys' Club week. over Saturday at noon impenetrable." five mill I 0 D and to all persons and parties claimingor NOW 2 FIRST
having any right, title. Interest, estate -
RUN
-- -- -- -- people visit the Smithsonian HITS!
mortgage or other lien to or on
Institution in Washington, D.C. that certain parcel of land hereinafter OPEN '6:45 SHOW 7:15 7eter f SellersGeorge
described and the following persons SEE BOTH LATE AS 9:08

each year. together claiming by with, through all unknown or under persons known 7:15 & 10:28 C. Scott

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO persons who are dead, or who are not Stuart Whitman Carol Lynley
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME known to be dead or alive: SHOCK TREATMENT2nd Stanley Kubrick'sDr.Strangelove,
DISCOUNT DRUCiSI Pursuant to Section 84509 Florida
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the C M. Boland FUN HIT AT 9:08
undersigned, Wilson McKinney doing i 3218 Southvlew Avenue BOBBY VINTON .,
business under the firm name of Gaines Montgomery Alabama
I Or Hon I Ilnraad rl
Stop Wonptapy
'
ville Neon and Signs, Inc., 618 S. MainSt. I SRD No. 310 SURF PARTY -
., Gainesville Fla., Gainesville, Ala- STARTS FRIDAY i f j And Lere 111I BorebM ; .
chua Florida, Intends to Louise Boland
County register ."""
said fictitious name under the provisions 3218 Southview Avenue I MAIL ORDER BRIDE 11IJ.
of the aforesaid Statute. Montgomery, Alabama
Eated..at. Gainesville, Florida, this SRD No. 310 J.
I L PROFESSIONAL 3 day or Apr.A D., ITM.

SERVICE PHARMACY I I Mrs.Wilson Donna McKinney McKinneyfor 3303 Chattanooga F. B.Montview Denton, TennesseeSRD Drive NOW OPEN

(3222)4:6.I3.20.27 No. 310 10 a.m.-ll p.m.

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO I Shellie McKinney ALL YOUR FAVORITE
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME I Tax Collector
Pursuant to Section 865.07, Florida Alachua County Courthouse BRANDS
IF Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the Gainesville, FloridaAs WED. THURS.
you wantto pay more : undersigned Douglas E. Fackender to any Interest In the 0 Liquors
: : doing business under the firm name ofOoug'l parcel Included herein Wines BRAHDENSUR6 GATE.r.rr
Dairy Twist Driveln 2117 NW section 26260-2401 ALACHUA FROH 8ENIND THE
'. ;; 6th St. Gainesville, Florida, Alachua COUNTY STATE ROAD f3 Beer
,
for .! <-J'r County. Florida, Intends to register said DESCRIPTIONSSRD
your prescriptions fictitious name under the provisions of No. 310 DRAINAGE EASEMENTThat f
the aforesaid Statute. part of: PAUL'SPackage .
Dated at Gainesville, Florida* this r
: 4th day of April, A D., 1944. A parcel of land In Section 35, Township
; THATS YOUR BUSINESS! Douglas E. Fackender 11 South Range 20 East, describ. Store
(3223) 6,1X20 27NOTICE ed as follows: Begin at a point 1706.76
feet North of the Southwest corner of 1318 E. University Ave. .- ..-_ -,- ._'- _. -- -- -- .
OF SALE
said Section 35 and run East 2112 feet;
Notice Is hereby given that pursuantto thence North 2055.24 feet to a stake In'a : --- -
Final Decree of Foreclosure and grass pond thence West 2112 feet to a
rk Sale entered In the cause pending In the stake on the West boundary of said Section -
1 IF wish to lessTHAT'S Circuit Court In and for Alachua County, 35; thence South on said Section
:: you pay Florida case docket No. 11.41, the undersigned line 2055.24 feet to the point of beginning Academy Awards o April 13th
Clerk will sell the property
situated In said County described as:
lying within 25 feet of a ditch survey
Lot 108 HIGHLAND COURT Unit No. line described as follows: Commence at
r. 4 according to plat thereof recorded In a point en the East boundary of Section
1, k OUR BUSINESS! Plat Book E, page 37, public Recordsof 34, Township 11 South Range 20 East, 3 SHOWS DAILY
Alachua County, Florida; together located 1064J2 feet North of the South- 1:00, 4:37 8:14
with the following Items of property
M east corner of said Section 34 said point
which are located In and permanently
being located on a curve concave to the
.. Installed as a part of the Improvementson Northeasterly with a radius of 11459.1
said land: feet; thence from a tangent bearing of
at public sale to the highest bidder for North 34 deg. 32 39" West, run Northwesterly
cash, between the hours of 11 o'clock In 502.69 feet along said curve YEflR!
-the forenoon and 2 o'clock In the afternoon -
through a central angle of 07 di. 30' I8"to
LET' on the 13th day of April A.D. 164, the point of beginning of said survey ACADEMY AWARD WINNER
at the front door of the Alachua County line thence North 58
; 57 deg 13" East
PHONES I Courthouse, In Gainesville, Florida. 156 feet thence North 49 deg. 46' 13" Cdu,+aaRoans lIe e1tSw SPECS. C UAKfteductoaoTIMRENCE
a J B. Carmichael East 94 feet thence North 32 deg 01' ;
: D. Clerk of the Circuit
Court OFABABRPETER
Byi 13" East 150 feet thence North 02 deg. 1
us Emily Waterhouse 13 East 338 feet thence North 57 deg.
rsa ([Court Seal Deputy Cleric 35' 3T East 142 feet to the end of uid 1*P KnICR akaNa-q t;
hNOTICE .
ditch line.Containing
(m,) 4:' survey

Of INTENTION TO &U acre,"more er lest. OTOOLE
fiLL FR 2-5347 REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME OWNED BY.. C. M. Boland and wife, ALEC GUINNESS
.. Pursuant to Section 16S. f, Florida Louise Boland/.B. Denton TECHNICOLORRedoing
Statutes. notice ls hereby given that
frr the undersigned. JULIAN N. MURRAY TAm NOTICE that a Declaration of
doing business under the firm name Taking has been filed In tile above-
YOUR Greater Gainesville Guide, 1511 NW 6th styled cause by the Petitioner, tile-
St.. Gainesville, Alachua County Florida acquiring authority of these proceedings
Intends to register said fictitious of the taking of the above-
: name under the provisions of the aforesaid described Iand,'for the purpose set forth
I
r NEXT FR 2.5348 ?a h Statue. In the Petition In this cause viz.: As
Dated at Gainesville, Florida, this right of way for a portion of State Road
20th day of March, A. D* 1964. 93 In Alachua County Florida, and that i it yourself?
Julian N. Murray :the Honorable John A. H. Murphree
.2 Prescription ;, (3187) 3:23. 30; 4.4. 13 one of the Judges of the Circuit Court
GRADY BOWEN In the Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida,
: wOl on the 17th day of April A.D. 1960 4.<<
Sole Owner at 11:30 o'clock A.M. In the Alachue Get HFCHouseholder's
County Courthouse at CabtesvDIe, Flo- an
ida, consider said Declaration of Taking -
- - -' appoint appraisers and make such Loan
IALL I Order as the Court deems proper. All
KINDS U40INSULIN : parties to the suit and all parties Interested
I iii plaaedeslgnated.heard at she Repair, redecorate: refurnish;

: -" I' . 99e MAALOX liquid 1 laanurr AGENT commanded time You. and_to each appear of yew by filing are an hereby Answer Do it all and do it now with an

1. : ... to the Petition heretofore filed b) HFC Householder's Loan. Get
win wlre this cause in the entitled Courton or
:1\t.L U-80 [ I before the I2tti day of May AJ>. 1944. to cash for room additions, kitchen
show what right, title! Interest or liens
ENCEBRIN 100s you or any of you, have In and to the remodeling-even furniture and

INSULIN $1.89 $2.75 I IE Ir This Seal MeansWe're why above-described the same should land and not be show taken cause for appliances. Borrow with

the uses and purposes set forth la the
confidence from the oldest and
*' -
Petition filed herein.
_ _ _ _ I Differentfrom WITNESS my Hand and the Seal of most experienced company of
aid
> Court en this 2nd day of Apt, A.D.
bu its kind: HcasehoId F"ma.rice;
an insurance company J. B. Carmichael

419 SW 8th Street-Gainesville Fla. salesman. As independent insurance CLERIC IN AND OF FOR THE ALACMOA CIRCUIT COUNTY COURT,,

agents,we give you The Big FLORIDABY: Emily Waterhouse

Difference in car and home insurance DEPUTY CLERK
: TURN FIRST RIGHT AFTER PASSING (Court Seal) Borrow up to $600
-continuing,personal atten-
ALACHUA GENERAL HOSPITAL BRUCE J. DANIELS Take up to 24 months to
GOING EAST TOWARD TOWN ALACHUA ALA. GEN PARKING LOT tion. This kind of service might Holland Building repay
GENERAL I It mean hundreds, perhaps thousands allanassee Florida Ask about CKrfS Lila Intmmee
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Stryker,
.r Dr. Will.
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THE cx QF o- .&# J Administra-speaker.
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1 w s .,8th Mrs.Drive-Wil

Ruth .. Women's Editor psi. Y .'roY" Club, -

Group,
12:15 p.m:;

i I WeilBrowne t< c Newberry -
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zi yy
Daugh-

J. Revolu Milton '
; Vows Read
Nuptial a rJ Springs"

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The marriage of Mrs. Cyrfll< the University of Florida and ., 9, I
Buchman Browne of Sea Gate, professor of biomedical! EngI-' u .
N.Y., daughter of the late Mr. neering. He serves as liaison officer Florida
and Mrs. George Buchman of with the UF Medical Cen- que t.

Sea Gate, and Dean Joseph ter. 1 t : Servjcfc
Weil, took place Sunday after. I s IL 'y "e4 + .., :
After spending several days ,
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noon in Miami Beach. % '
,, in Tampa and New Orleans, the Club,
Rabbi Irving Lehrman officir couple will return to Gaines- p.m., Club

; ated for the ,ceremony in hu ville. Road.
study at-Temple Emanu-El with Cov r-
-.a z. 0 White
members of the families attend- :
DAR ChapterTo p.m., jjhf.
ing.Mrs. Clubhouse,
Weilis a graduate of :: '
New York University, where she Hear N l
also took graduate work in M .z Neighbor

public administration. She has Book Review a a.m., Qiri
recently been employed with N\V 8th

the New York State Division of Gainesville a'YYJ, .dR .. -
Chapter, Daughters -
Employment and formerly of the American Revolution .. for Rebek-,
worked, for the New York City R Augustine,
will meet with Mrs. J 'Hr x '
Board of Education. .;; a ri d
Milton Brownlee, Glen Springs '1r 'f
I' She is Matron of the Fort Road, on Wesdnesday at 3 p.m. .l '* .,. tr DiSh
: Odd Fel
Greene, N.Y., Chapter of the Mrs. G. H. Bouetlle will givea '($.:<< 2nd Are-
Order of the Eastern Star and book review of "The"Baroness e: I

is a member of the Pride of and the General," written by """ School,
Judea Children's Services, B'NaIB'Rith i ,,.j, -
Louise Hall Thorp. J R S. :. [ cafeteria.
Hadassa, American I n rk FaC V -
Jewish Congress, International I Assisting hostesses will be ,

Association of Personnel in Employment Mrs. Loonis Blitch, Mrs. Ray
I Club,,. 9'
Security. She belongsto Sturgis Booth, Mrs. Earnest
the Congregation Kneses ,, im
Bridges, Mrs. John L. CokerJr. : rS x Club .
Israel of Sea Gate, a
synagogue
., Mrs. Barton T. Douglas, p.m., Club
founded her and
by parents
VIrs. E. W. Garris, Mrs. John .
grandparents.Mrs. Hintermister Sr., Mrs. John: \ ., .;1 : ..
n..c >
Wen has one son, Dr. Hintermister Jr., Mrs. James B.I 11,
Eugene Browne of New York Montague, Mrs. George D. k. ; ,3 College",'of

City, who is a graduate of the ,Thornton and Mrs. J. E. Turbe- Fine Arts,

University of Florida, and a rille. Mr. and,
daughter, Mrs. Gerald B. I x r : Payne's ,
Mrs. George E. Evans, newly- :
,
Cramer, Old Tappan, N. J. of the -
elected State Regent :
Dr. Well is dean emeritus of DAR, will be honored during thetea 'S \ a

the College of Engineering of I hour. > ,

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I Church Circles Among the many awards presented entrants in the Gaines- tic Division; Mrs. Ralph Beauchamp, top right, was a
: I the Award of Merit in the Horticulture Division, .
ville Garden Club Spring Flower Show, these four club members -
7 George C. Thomas, 1025 NW and Mrs. C. I. Hood, below left, was.the recipient of
TUESDAY April took top honors. Mrs. M. A. Brooker Jr., top left, receivedthe
PRESBYTERIAN 12th Avenue. of Merit in the Horicu1ture'Divislon, Section L The
GRACE FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Tri-color Award in the Artistic Division; Mrs. D. T. Kinard show, featuring the theme, "Moods in Line and -
CHURCH, .
9:30 ajn., Circle I, Mrs. 9:45: a.m.; Circle 1, Mrs. below left, was awarded the Sweepstakes Award In the Artis- II place Saturday and Sunday at Gainesville High

John R. Bangs, 1839 NW 31st Harold F. Newins, 2240 N. W. By CECILE SMITH"Moods Mrs. D. D. McGuire was! I is from McIntosh. soil and water 3714114"I

Terrace, Circle 2, Mrs. JamesE. 3rd Pl.; Circle 2, Mrs. MaxE. in Line and Color"was second in total number of blue: books for gardeners, \
Cullen, 4018 NW 6th Street. Tyler and Mrs. Donald D. the theme of the Gainesville ribbons in horticulture with six Junior Class Winners of protected trees,
7:30 p.m., Circle 3, Church. Olinger, 1800 N. W. 10th Ave.; Garden Club's Spring Winners of five blue ribbons! Junior Gardeners winning plants, and Narcissus

GETHSEMANE LUTHERAN Circle 4, Mrs. Ed. W. Hart Flower Show held over the each were F. N. Rhines, Mrs. blue ribbons in the artistic di- Young people I ..

CHURCH and Mrs. J. R. Thorpe, 1326 weekend at Gainesville High E. Bosque and Mrs. L. S. Dan- vision were Nancy Kinard with Training Center -
8 p.m., Gethsemane Lutheran N. W. 9th Ave.;Circle 5, Mrs. School. Mrs. Charley Woods iels. Mrs. John Kressman of two for' "Enthusiasm" and"Adventure" flower show Sunday i OUR -
Church Women, Mrs. DavId David T. Williams and Mrs. served chairman of the Trenton and Mr. Harling both =
as miniature De-
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Rhines 3100 a
Frederick N. ,
Musgrave 921 NW 25th Ter- received four first place rib
race. N. W. 1st Ave.; Circle 6, Mrs. show. I bons. Awarded three blue rib- va Kaye Conerly.with "Enchant :

UNIVERSITY- METHODISTCHURCH Guy Fulton and Mrs. C. C. The purple Sweepstakes ribbon bons were Mrs. Hood, Mrs. ment" and Carol May with "En '::7
? 4th Place went to Mrs. Drayton T. ,
WSCS Hill 2734 S. W. Beauchamp and Mrs. Paul J. chantment." Of the five. P. K. FLA. :
(Golfview); Circle 7, Mrs. Kinard for the most blue ribbons -
9:30 a-m., Circle 1, Mrs. E. Tew. Yonge boratory School en-
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Donald Eitzman 1618 N. W. in the artistic division.
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B. Kissam, 2505 NW 7th Blue Ribbon Winners tries in "Gaiety," a corsagefor BookTODAY
Road; Circle 2, Mrs. J. D. 11th Rd.; Since Mrs. Kinard, Mrs. Jos- mother, Lisen Summerlinwas
Those two
Polo;-318 SW 27th Street. 10 ajn; Circle 3, Mrs. Em- eph T. Hudson, Jr., Mrs. ribbons receiving Mrs. Flake top place A. the winner.. Margaret i i ii ii
8 p.m.. Circle 3, Mrs. J. H. manuel Gitlin and Mrs. Les James H. Smith and Mrs. W. were Hayes won from the Westwood 8 i
Parker, R. W. Blacklock, Louis April y
Miller, 835 NE 5th Avenue. ter Hale, 1235 S. W. 9th Ave.; B. Mizelle Sr. of Worthington Junior High School entries with
C. Kuitert Mrs. J. L. Kirkland
FIRST LUTHERAN 3 p.m. Circle 8, Mrs. Walter Springs, tied in the number of her corsage for teacher titled Luncheon h 0 n
blue ribbons the rule con- Harry Lydick, Mrs. C. M. Mc- i
LADIES GUILD Davison, Church parlors; won, "Admiration." Lucienne Pirenian,
9:30 ajn., Miriam Circle, 7:30 p.m.; Circle 12, Mrs. cerning the number of next Aulay, Mrs. W. D. Stevens'and be of Robert -
Mrs. Angus Truett, 121 NE Mamie Van Horn and Miss color ribbons awarded each was Mrs. Cecil N. Smith. Winners in the High School of Miami Shores, -
.Sth'Street. Frances M. Wells, Church used. I Others receiving a blue rib- Gardeners' Artistic Divisionwere Sayer and Mrs.

8 p.m., Sarah Circle, Mrs. Parlors; Mrs. Kinard's blue ribbons bon were Mrs. W. B. Coleman, Donna Clarke for "Satis- ney, 12:30 p.m. G EHill'
P Adolph Wirth, Rocky Point 8 p.m.; Circle 9, Mrs. Paul were for her depictions of' Mrs. Jchn H. Davis, Mrs. faction," Frances McNeill for ville Golf and -
Road. Hanna, 1523 NW 11th Road.; "Courage," featuring weathered' Ralph Cellon, Mrs. Cecil B. Du- "Reminiscence," Gail Abbey for FRIDAY
rant, Nancy Kinard, Mrs. C. C. "Cheerfulness" (a breakfast April 10 4.Q. T
UNIVERSITY LUTHERAN Circle 10, Mrs. R. C. Stoufer, wood, and "Anger, composedof
CHURCH 630 N. W. 34th Dr.; Circle dried plant material.L. I Montgomery and Mrs. James tray) and Mary, Ann Shipmanwith 'Luncheon

8 p.m., University Lutheran 11, Mrs. John M. Goggin and T. Nieland won the Sweepstakes : Milam. Also Mrs. Louise Me- "Cordiality. ," a table arrangement Miss Anne Purvis,
Church Women, Mrs. Dale Mrs. George F. Sheehan, 4024N. Award (purple ribbon) Mullen, Mrs. C. A. Pound Jr., of Billie Nugent

Fletcher, 4010 SW 21st Street. W. 15th St.; for[ the most blue ribbons (9))I Mrs. Ralph W. Thomas, Mrs. Barbara Scott won with her of J a c k sonville,
WESLEY COMMUNITYMETHODIST FIRST BAPTIST. CHURCH, in horiculture.The W. E. Thompson, Mrs. Rob corsage titled "Thoughtfulness" Mrs. Finley Cannon !

CHURCH, WMU Award of Distinction Walker, Mrs. H. L. Fresse, and Iva Jean Cason for her's Newton. Ebaugh,

8 pjn., WSCS Executive 9:45: a.m., Genus Crenshaw, I (brown ribbon) was won by Mrs. Irva Griffith, Mrs. John "Ingenuity." Wmners of mini- Golf and Country -
1314 SW Hinterm[ i 5t e r, Mrs. R. C.
Harrison
Board Meet, 7:30 pjn.. General Mrs. Grady Mrs. Hudson for the best en- ature arrangements were Bev- e- =--
8 Church. 14th Street Barbara Donaldson James, Mrs. William H. Pier- "
Meeting, p.m., ; try in classes with other than erly Hoover for "Restraint,
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Mrs. W. L. Ganong Jr., fresh material dominat son, Mrs. Kathryn Pardee, Mrs. Wanda Hollingsworth for S

9:30 ajn., Circle. 2, Beth- Mrs. James H. Reavis, Mrs. ing. Her plant mood was "Daring," Frank Philpott, Joyce Raye, "Charm" and Pam Outlaw for
1dI.
any Room. Wayne Farrell, McCaul Chapel ultra-modern design. Mrs. D. T. Rothwell, Mrs. Alfred "Mischief. Avt.
10 a. m., Circle 1, Mrs. ; Jean Dickman, Mrs. Min- an C. Reed, Mrs. G. J. An. -
George Freeman, 115 SW 43rd 'ter Westfall, 1616 NW 7th Mrs. M. A. Brooker Jr., re- Schoessow, Mrs. Florissa Educational exhibits included I IBRIGHT' w
Terrace; Circle 3, Mrs. R. S. Place; Helen Masters Mrs. ceived the Tricolor Award Stoutamire, and Mrs. W. M. -
John NE 7th (blue, red and yellow) for her Harling Jr.
Dennis, 845 NE 5th Avenue; Tipton, 1434 This .S
of "Gallantry.
Circle 4, Mrs. L. L. Bohannon Road. depiction for the best Other blue ribbon winners in !
924 NW 9th Avenue; Cir- 11 am., Cecil Moore, Mrs. ribbon is given the artistic division included 69
fresh
all plant
cle 5, Mrs. Edwin Gainous, Mason Tison, 727 NW 19th design using two by Mrs. James H. Smith.I, :as VALUE FROM
Circle 6 Street Ishmael Negrin, Mrs. material.The .
167 NW 12th Road; ; "Inspiration" was a class title
Mrs. L. A. Hetrick, 1624 NW E. F. DeBusk, 2801 West Gold Seal for the best using a design of fresh plant SUNSHINEShiny

12th Street; Circle 7, Mrs. Carl University Avenue. corsage was awarded to Mrs. material inspired by a painting By William "Bill" ?

Brice, 2502 NW 16th Avenue. 3 pjn., Alice Brasington, Mizelle. Her entry was titled P. R. Mclntosh's painting,
:3 I pjn., Circle 8, Mrs. L. A. Mrs. R. T. Crouch, 102 NW "Pride," a tailored corsage "Infinite Crowd," was portray.
Greene 1118 NW 3rd Avenue; 4th Avenue. using dried plant material. Her" ed by Mrs. Smith for a winning Rayon Is the
Circle 9, Mrs. J. A. Gibbs, 1122 8 pjn., Jo Ann Parham, other winner was "Frivolity, I arrangement. Both painting and our originated synthetic fibers -
SW 2nd Avenue; Circle 10, Mrs. A. M. Thigpen, 2125 NE a miniature design of fresh artistic design were displayedat many rvtarly in 100 Franc '

Mrs. J. F. Cooper, 2140 NW 3rd 7th Street; Margaret Gross, plant material. the'show. Her second blue was. when first
Place, Circle 11, Mrs. R. K. Mrs. E. C. Eubanks, Mrs. C. Awards of Merit Given ribbon was for "Jealousy a substitute for silk
,
Quekemeyer 215 SW 2nd Ave- W. Larson, 1404 NW 10th Avenue Show rules call for an Awardof using fresh material. brit and it still is.
plant
not all it is -
nue. ; Julian Bridges, Mrs. Merit (orange ribbon) to be Mrs. Hudson's second blue. to be. N

7:30: pjn., Circle 12, Mrs. Errophene Crozier 4303 NW given, if merited, to the best ribbon was for her tea table of When -
treated wlt
John W. McCammon, 1109 13th Street; Gaventa, Mrs. blue ribbon winner in each sec a silver wedding anniversary finishes for greater a
NE 14th Avenue. Henry I.tmsford,1923 NW 5th tion of horiculture. titled "Love." or forced to da a job -
8 p.m., Circle 13. Mrs. Avenue. Mrs. C. L Hood won two of it wos not designed
Mrs. Alfred C. Reed's
these ribbons for container entry 's3c9 troublesome and a
was judged best in "Delight,"
plants: ivy (Hedera Another thing.
grown _
I ClubBy helix) and bird's-nest fern (As- table' setting for a child's birth be taken with _

: Bridge plenium nidres). day party.for a "Reverence church using" a fresh design -! as summer sun- other Ironing synthetics -

Mrs. Bill Mitchell's five stems l care not to spin ;
material the tflte of the]
JOHN E, CRAPSE. M. Wlnn led the EastWestfield of pansies tied with the "Blue was shine, the highlightsthat polish: or nail polish c
winning arrangement for Mr. gleam from this or other solvents on
with an excellent score Magic" petunias of W. M. Hart !
E. Phillips and Ian T. Gil- of 81, followed by Mrs. L. A. ing Jr., for one of these awards. Harling. Mrs. R. W. Shrum Jr., pretty party sling may the filaments fuse the and fabric

,, son were first place winners in Garrard and Mrs .K. H. Kent Diffenbachia won for Mrs. won with her dried arrangement pump in white or red ment.

the Wednesday of the Gainesville evening tour with 78V4, and by Mrs. F. S. Grier Kirkpatrick in cut foliage depicting "Fear." Patentlite. Low heeled And whether it's

ament Club at the Hubbard and Mrs. W. H. Millet classification."Montezuma". "Happiness" was best depicted for comfort, its vamp is sable you'll have it
Bridge Holiday tied. better if will
who had 67tt. airy and knot. you
Inn with 71 match points. rose was by Mrs. F. S. Bryant and
An members are urged: to O'Neal Cox's winner. Mrs. JohnW.
There were seven tables in "Defiance" by Mrs. Flowers, Central CharsBOB'S- CALL OR BRING Cm.
play and the average score for play in the men's and wornen's Flowers, with her potted =
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> fresh material.Mrs.
both using plant
all pairs was 63. team championships on plant, "Love's Desire, an 1 '
April I!. Mrs. Baringer win Amaryllis Dutch hybrid, also W. B. Tucker won the I
'Mrs. W. E. Baringer and be glad to assist in arranging received this ribbon. Other.con- blue ribbon with her Easter S & S

Mrs. Sandy Johnson took second teams. tainer grown Award winners hair ornament for the junior:; Ct..

honors with 68V4, while The club will bold its next were Mrs. Ralph Beauchamp miss named "Joy." "Serenity,"i SHOE STORE Delivery or Cash .. I C

Mrs. R. L. Bowman and J. tournament at 7:30 this with a Vince foliage plant and an Easter corsage for grand, .
ILVidal were third with 65. evening at the Recreation Cen Mrs. John H. Davis with Se1-I mother was the title of Mrs.!\ 21 W. Unir. Are. 503 SW 3rd St. Pk.

Mrs. B. M. Tench and B. ter. Visiting pairs are invited. friz palm. W. W. Walkup's winner.. She T S.



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J BUSINESS MARKET REPORT 1 t0 t- During Annual CamporeeLAKE


l BUTLER More White and Beaver of troop 376,
REVIEW I
,- :+ Ut II. than 200 Boy, Scouts and adult sponsored by Gainesville's Trin-

.. leaders roughed it at the Ala- ity Methodist Church. TheUfltVerjt
chua District's annual Spring -Gator, Eagle and Pantherof inn

Late Morning Fla. Tallies Camporee here during the troop 81, sponsored by the
.0. FLASHES weekend. First Baptist Church in Gaines-

MARKET N. Y. Listing The scouts came from ville. TFi U. S. ROUTE

'- Fishing Take Gainesville, Starke, Waldo Rai- Eagle, Rattlesnake' Hawk Al- 441
: NEW YORK (AP) The unchanged at 35% on 2,000 'Allis dial 18% Gulf DO 55V4 ford Melrose and here. ligator, Cobra and Bat of troop SOUTH
stock market was mixed in shares. Alcoa 81 Int Harv 71% 70, sponsored by the Starke
JACKSONVILLE AP-Com-
moderately active trading at They represented 12 troops. Rotary Club.Flaming.
Also on 2,000 shares, ,Amer- Am Air 49% Int Nick 77% mercial fishing fleets,off Flori- From the start to the end of
the opening today. Trading was ican Airlines gained % ,at AmBdPar 39 Int Pap 34% the the scouts lived Arrow and Eagleof
;irioderately active. 49%.. Am Can 43% Jones &: L 78% da's coasts,brought in 185 million the camporee tradition of the out-of. ,troop 104, sponsored by the DISCOUNTPACKAGE
: .Changes of most key stocks Am Cyan 62% Kais,Al 40% pounds of fish worth! $26 doors. P..K. Yonge PTA.
were small. I Pan American World Air- Am Mot 16V4 Ken'cott 81H million .last year, the Florida They left their motorized -Panther of troop 80, spon-
Opening blocks Included:!' ways was up H at 81% on 3,- AT&T 138% Lib &: My'78% State Chamber of Commerce reports transportation in Lake Butler sored by the Boys' Club.
'Royal' Dutch, up % at 427/s on 500 shares.. Am Tob 34Loch'd 36%I .. and hiked the five miles to -Gator and Panther of troop
6,000 shares; American Tobacco -! American Can, Goodrich and Ampx Cp 16% Lorillard 49%I their left the 377, sponsored by the em-
; up % at 34% on 5,600;II Du Pont added fractions. :Anaconda 42% Mg'vo40%I Volume of the catch was approximately -same campsite.that They ployees' Club of Raiford.
'"Standard Oil (New Jersey), unchanged New York Central advanced Armour 53% MplsHon 121 the same as the way they the,came. -Roadrunner and Eagle? of
', at 86 on 5,000; and' 3 to 35% on 5,900 shares. ACL 70 MM&M 66% previous year but the value Emphasis during the camporee troop 378, sponsored by Gaines
was on "patrol
put
Chrysler" up tt at 45 on 4.000.1 Unchanged were Allied Chem- Babcock 63% Mohasco 13% dropped about 15 per cent, according method," scouting's of :ville's Church of Jesus Christ
United Airlines eased % at64'.on I ical, Republic Steel and Beth- B&O e 42% Mons'to 71% to* these preliminary training leaders through way the of Latter Day Saints.
: 1,000 shares. Johns-Man- lehem. ; -Marsh: Hawk and Golden
Beth SU 38% Mont Wd 36% figures. use of small
as -
vflle was off H at 59.% on 1100 ,- On Friday the Associated Boeing 46 Nat Dair 71 and cooking groups teams. camping Each i Eagle of troop 202, sponsoredby LIQUORSWe
of, 60 stocks The catch of fin
.food fish
( shares. Press average i Borden Grace Presbyterian Churchin
I 73% Nat Dist 27% of five to eight is
L I,. :Westinghouse Electric: was rose .6 to 303.3, a new high. I Brunswk 10% N. Am AT 52 came to 85 million pounds, upa under group a patrol leader.At .boys Gainesville.
fraction from 1962. Nonfoodfish -Rebel and of
Alligator
Celanese 68%
Penney 51%
the end of the
J Business Magnate Faces Chrysler 45% Pa RR 32% used for oils and fertilizers, each patrol was judged camporee on, troop 109, sponsored by the Meet All PricesIn
totaled 30 million pounds down Melrose Episcopal Church.
I Coca Col 128 PepCol 49% readiness for hiking, selectionof
Com Ed 48% Phil Mor 80 about 17 per cent.
campsites, cleanliness of
for Dove BronsonTo
Charges Hunting Con Edis 86% Phill This Area
Pet 50% Shrimp amounted to 39 mil- sites and cooking areas, sanitation =
Cont Can 47% RCA 35% I
methods and other require
lion pounds, 7 cent Study
Cecil M. Webb, one of the The charges against Webb and Dow Che 72% Rep Stl 46% Other up of shell per fish 31 ments of a working patrol or
state's most politically influential Williams top the docket for fed- DuPont 262% Revlon 38 types ganization. Water Poll 1I
million poundsf rose 11
businessmen, will answer eral court which convenes at EAL 39% Rey Tob 46% percent Thirty four patrols were
criminal charges in federal 9:30 a.m. tomorrow in the post E.Kodak 128% St Reg P 36 awarded blue ribbons after the BRONSON The Bronson
court here tomorrow. office courtroom. Firestone 42% Seaboard 47% Florida ranks eleventh among results of the judging were tal- City Commission tonight will
He's accused of breaking the Three other cases and nature Fla Pw 46 Sears 105% the 50 states in the amount of consider the results of a poll
,federal law regulating migratory alization ceremonies also are Fin P&L 73% Sinclair 45% fish brought in and third in lied.They areFlaming: I taken among Bronson residents icute .
bird hunting. scheduled., Ford 55% Socony 69% value of the catch at the docks Arrow and Eagle -to determine whether to proceedwith .
Allegedly he ,shot too many Judge G. Harrold Carswellwill Frmst Da 10% Southn C 54%I the report said.Deny of troop 140, sponsored by I plans for a community wa- I. \ > $ 78
doves. preside. Frept Sul 36% StO NJ 86% the Lake Butler American Legion -ter system.A v bourbon
Charges filed by federal offi Other charges are against Frueh Tr 30% Studebak 8% Post. questionnaire circulated i
cers accuse Webb, head of Flo- Henry M. Brown, Micanopy, Gen Gdyn 28% Thiokol 16% Russians Owl and Crow of troop 162,:among the residents asks
rida's biggest milling firm of shooting six ducks on Dec. 1, Gen El 88% Unit Air 48 sponsored by St. Paul's Episcopal :whether they want a community
having 175 more doves in his 1963, more than the number: allowed Gen Fds 91 Unit Fruit22% Embassy Lot Church of Waldo. water system and would like the I 86 PROOF' FIFTH

possession than the law allowson by federal regulation. Gen Mills 40% US Steel 59% -Falcon, Bob White and Al- water at reasonable rates. ONLY
Sept. 30, 1963. Sidney Edwards Jr, Chief. Gen Mtrs 82% Univ Mat 13% WASHINGTON (AP) The ligator of troop 82, sponsoredby The results of the poll will
They allege that he failed to land, is charged with "unlaw Goodrich 57% WestgEl 35% Soviet Union has lost its battleto St. Patrick's Catholic govern the action of the City I
attach tags to them showing who fully, willfully and knowingly"not Goodyr 45% Woolwth 77 build a multimillion-dollar Church in Gainesville. Commission on the proposed
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I Doug Bell Wins

Ahead In 4a MURRAY mASS Detroit nipped Philadelphia 3-2

; Associated Press Sports Writer in 10. St. Louis edged the New

Three Awards In x M>" a ? Orlando Cepeda wasn't a hold York Mets 2-1, the New York

I WesternBy ::t out this year, which may cause Yankees rallied for a 6-4 tri-
j National League pitchers to umph against Houston and the

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS wish they had been. Chicago Cubs came from behindfor

Although Auburn banded Flor Pin Event Cepeda, San Francisco's controversial an 8-6 victory over Cleve

Ida its first loss in Southeastern] City x 7 .u Y $ slugger, is ripping his

Conference baseball, the Gators: J way through the best spring he I land.Minnesota defeated the Chicago

remain at the top of the Eastern The Rebel Coin & Stamp Shop] honors on a blazing 3230 ser- >. f: l4. Y has had in his seven-year ca White Sox 4-1, and Baltimore

Division of the SEC. team and Doug Bell shared hon- ies. Don Der, John Culpepper, reer. whipped the Los Angeles Dodgers

'Mississippi's offense minded ors in the ,annual men's city] Jim Yeckring, Joe Mueller and L_ t N He smashed his sixth home 61.
team moved into first place in .I 9fI run Sunday in the Giants' 5-2
bowling tourney which woundup Sam Givens formed the team: _
the, Western Division in beating at Palm Lanes last night Bell, on the strength of a .. exhibition baseball victory over
former league leader Tulane tremendous __ Boston. He has a .419 batting Deane Yaun
The Rebel five rolled to team leadoff 275 game ---- ---- -
twice last week. The losses sent! average, three doubles and four
and a 675 scratch series, won
the Greenies tumbling into a f triples to go along with the
Junior
in singles with a 762 total, in- Midget ChampsThe Holds State
three-way tie for second placeAuburn homers.A .
Carr Gives chiding handicap, teamed with
major factor in Cepeda'sexploding
snapped Florida's SEC Richard Stolarski to cap doubles Cowboys, Midget loop winners, are shown in the front ,row. From left, spring play easily -

skein of six straight victories with a 1296 score and won all- Brian McChristian, Sam Gordon, Chuck Hogan, Danny Johnson,.Gary Mathenyand could be the lack very of a con- : Event LeadEAU

Saturday behind Jimmy Cry' Bride Gift events with handicap on a 2018 Jeff McChristian. Steelers, back row, won in Junior play. From left, Sandy tract battle with the Giants'
sel's three-hit pitching, 82. A totaL Richard Brian Williams and Tommy Wilson
day earlier the Gators had defeated Wilson, Squires, front office. He signed for$53- GALLIE, (AP) Lois
Auburn, 4-2. 220 Record All-events from scratch went 000 and started training when Stevens and Pat Cripes, both of
to Barry Biebel with an 1818
everyone else did. Eau Gallie, took the doubles
three
Dennis Sussman's run
pinfall. That was entirely different handicap lead in the first weeKend
homer capped Mississippi'stimely TEMPE, Ariz. (AP)-Arizona Bell opened his big game with from last season when he held of bowling in the 17th 'an-

fireworks in their'110victory State University's Henry Carr eight strikes in a row. In the out for 24 days before signingfor nuel Florida Women's Bowling

over Tulane Saturday, wanted to give his bride of six ninth frame, on ai solid hit, he t Av ril 6 1x64 a token raise to an estimated -Association state tournament.,

Mississippi's attack had crushedthe days a present. He did-a world left a 10-pin tap. He picked up $47,000.He The team scored

Greenies 9-0 on Friday. record-bettering performancefor the spare, doubled in the 10th proceeded to hit .316, clout 1,250 pins Stevens-Gripe in the Class A divi
Kentucky took advantage of the curved 220-yard dash. and then wound up with six 34 homers and knock in 97 runs,

Hal Leffer's wildness and par- "After the way Adolph pins on his last throw. a performance still well below sion.Class .
,layed it into an 11-run seventh Plummer popped off" Carr Bell followed his 275 with a his 1961 output when he batted B competition was headed

Inning, an 18-7 victory over Ten- said after topping his own world standout 241 but with all kind .311, hit 46 homers and drovein by Betty Jones and Charlie

nessee and possession of second standard with a 20.2 timing Sat- of records ahead of him, slipped Hazzard Mullins 142 tallies. Grice of Indian River with 1-

place in the Eastern Division. urday night, "I decided she to a 159.finale for his 675 wind- Bradley, The Giants lost to Los Angeles 243. Dot Marguardt and Gerry
Padgett of Palm Beach County
t Tennessee, winless in SECt would like it if I beat him." up and 762 with handicap.He 0-7 last Wednesday, but Cepeda led Class C with-

play, lost its other conference Carr's effort bettered his 20.3 had a handicap of 87 pins smashed a home run, a double 1214. competition

game to'Kentucky, 10-4. world mark set on the same and it fared him well when he Make > and two singles. In a 5-3 triumph -

'In other games Saturday, Alabama ,track March 23 last year, but it started team competition with Olympic Cage :SquadNEW over Cleveland last Friday Class A team play was headedby
Old Milwaukee of Orlando
/J utilized seven LSU errorsto may not be accepted because 186-152-152 and ended 577 with he slugged two homers anda

win 5-4J: Georgia Tech clipped 'there was no official wind guage:handicap. YORKAP-There( ) are pick at the leftovers now that But Hank Iba, who'll coach single good for four runs bat- with Al Hodges 2926.Motors Class B of leader Cocoa withJ.072. was

Furman 4-3; and Claude Pas--on the track. I II In doubles Bell rolled 174-214- many basketball coaches the 1964 Olympic basketball I the U.S. entry at Tokyo in October ted in.Elsewhere. x around the exhibition The Shifts of Patrick Air

seau Jr., son of the former Na- I The fleet 6-foot-3 junior and 194 for a 669, with handicap around who'd love a chance to squad had been,selected. has no complaints with the12man circuit Bob hit I Force Base led Class C competition -
Bailey two
tional League pitcher, hurled his wife, Glenda, were married while partner Stolarski had 221- squad and seven alter- I with 2,079.
State to a 5-2 victoryover in Detroit 173-170 for 627 with home runs and Jim Pagliaronigot '
Mississippi Mich., March 29. a 63 pins nates chosen after three days of
a three-run blast but Cincinnati Class A singles was led by
Illinois Wesleyan. Rain While they were enroute to:the handicap. trials at St. John's University. 'I
canceled the Georgia Vander- 'A-State campus, Plummer announced Rebel Stamp and Coin Shop stopped Pittsburgh 8-5 Hazel Jones of Tampa with 683.
GHS behind John Edwards' three Caroline Watson led in Class B
SpotlightsTrack. "I got what I wanted, said
bilt game. he wanted a chance to posted its big total in this man- .
Today's schedule Includes beat him. ner. Culpepper had 158-227-195, Iba, the Oklahoma State coach doubles and a single. competition with 644 and ClassC
LSU Alabama at :who has achieved 700 collegiate Milwaukee swept past Wash- was headed by Deane Yaun
Mississippi at The world record bolder In Yeckring, 210-183-186; Givens,
i victories. ington 5-3 in 11 innings whileEyeing of Gainesville with 663.
Tulane, Mississippi State at Ar- the 440-yard dash got it, but 189-181-217; Mueller, 160-225-228; Tennis I

kansas State. little else in their race during and Der, 162-234-199.'Bivms had ; What he got was two All-
Cultn Division a dual track and' field meet 613 scratch to'lead as the team Americas heading a power-

CeftfertACe Games W L Pd. AD W Lames :which the Sun Devils lost to rolled 971-1142-1117 for its 3230 packed team which Includes a Boat?

Florida .157 104 .714 Plummer's Southern California Inish. < three members of the,Goodyear
4 1 PKX ,
Auburn Kentucky 12.687.JOQ' SI 5 3.625,BOO Striders 8954. Consistent Baseball at Wingfoots, National AAU cham-

Vandertllt Georgia 3 1 5 S.375.147 55.500 1 ,.143 I Carr trailed Plummer by Biebel was consistent throughout pions.

f Georgia Tennessee Tech 02.000'. 2 .001I I...S45 about three yards after the first the tourney in winning all- There hasn't been too much excitement, in either track or Walt Hazzard of UCLA; and Know All This

.Wsstsra'Dlvisloel 100 yards but upon finishing events'scratch. university tennis at Gainesville High School in recent years. Bill Bradley of Princeton'were
W 01.000 L Pet. w2ct. the curved part of the race-he I of Florida student had 200-194- the All-Americas chosen.. The
Mississippi Alabama 2 2.500 55.500 Jetted.away from the former 214 608 in team play, 179- At least, not since Dick JonesJr.. and Jim Glass had the selection committee picked Pete 0 arm dark m'fmt I "Did you check the spark

Tulane Mississippi State 1 J 1.500 2 .500 9*4 4'Mt.692 University of New Mexico runner 233-195, 607 in doubles and 'Canes fighting for Class A and AA state titles with their ex- McCaffrey Larry Brown and By JAMES TUITE plugs? Did you look for broken

Louisiana State 1 J.2S0 .1 .462 I and the rest of the field to 188-199-226-603 singles.Wise's ploits in the low hurdles, dashes and field events for GHS Die Davies from the Wingfoots. NEW YORK Operating a insulators, excessive carbon deposits -
runners five or six'years ago. And, in tennis, not since Sylvia ; and burned
win by a good eight yards. Drug Store was runner- motorboat is easy as falling offa electrodes?
Rounding out the squad
were
FaulkWinsAt Plummer was second in 20.8. up to Rebel Stamp & Coin Shop Hardaway Bean to give won GHS the the state girls singles doubles crown title and also.teamed with Verna Jim Barnes of Texas Western, wharf, the used-boat dealer Vpidn't you even check the

with a fine 3106 series. ; Joe Caldwell Arizona. State said. Any child can do it, he cylinder pressure? Don't you
Scholastic The tourney set a record for But these two sports are in the limelight again for the Purpleand Mel Counts of Oregon State,, explained this time riffling know that when low compression

St. Pete entries in each classificationand White. Lucious Jackson of Pan American expectantly through his order is brought up to normal by

most of the winning totals Distance ,runner Merrill.Moore and.hurdler-Marcus' Jones '--College/ If" M 11ins of pad. He had'a kindandhonest squirting engine oil on the piston

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. Sports also set new marks. are the reasons in track. And tennis has been revitalized due tot" Duke, Jerry Shipp of the Phil- face, looking'not unlike a beneficent head it indicates wear to the

(AP-Mary Lena Faulk 'win CalendarToday lips 66ers and George Wilson of used-car salesman. piston ring or cylinder?"

ner of the $10,000 St PetersburgWomen's tht,Jamaco Saints. "You simply turn the ignition I The boat owner gurgled out a

Open Golf championship BOlvlingStandings Picked as alternates who'll key,,,and whoosh, you're.off to ,surprised "No."

says things are looking up Track Levy Co. meet at t stand by to replace the top 12.1 exotic ports," he said. The eager "Ha! I'll bet you didn't botherto
needed no more persua-
after a victory drought of near- Chiefland tt. were Gall Goodrich of buyer> the see that the engine was prop

ly two years. Tomorrow. ._ Bunk Adams of the U.S. Army,I sion and began writing :'erly installed with mountings
"It's a good way to start the Fred Hetzel of Davidson Willie' check. and ground straps securely
BaseballP.. K. ,
Yonge at of strange-
aft- NIGHT OWL 'I With the euphony
new year, she.said Sunday Inverness. --- we Murrell of Kansas State, Cotton and inlets caressing -tightened.
er picking up $1,500 first'prizemoney A.F.R.O T.C. 72 44 Nash of sounding capes "Were the? fuel filters and
Baseball Williston at Dun- Manor Motel 71 ASS Kentucky, Reggie Milton his eardrums, the boat
for her three-stroke victory nellon & C Tile. .* Terrazzo 63'Vi KM of the U.s. Air Force and awaited the first cleaner bowls leaking at the
Williams Thomas 3Vfe S2Vi fitfully
over 37 professionals and Dave Stallworth of owner gaskets? Was the fuel injector
Park Lane Cafeteria 5V4 54V Wichita.
123 amateurs. Baseball St. Augustine at Central Fla. Off. Supply S9 51 team play, and points, which has qualified GUS for the up- freshets of spring- pump timed properly?
Starke Edwards Bldg Supplies Si 58 coming state tourney. But one evening the straInsof
Miss Faulk of ThomasvQle Pepin Distributor 56V 5ftt "Did'you check on whetherthe
Ga., tied for seventh two weeks Baseball Baseball -Palatka Orange Park at GHS at Holiday Johnson Inn 4 Faris 48 SSVi tffA 68Alacnua The state track meet appears the best bet for GHS to move Taylor SignsGREEN filled Gounod's the room."Faust"There suddenly was a oil pressure and temperature
in the Western Women's General Hospital 47V 68M into prominence. remained normal throughout the
ago Santa Fe. Pittsburgh Plate Glass 42 74 BAY, Wis. (AP) startling puff of smoke and a
Open at Pensacola, the opening RESULTS engine speed range? Did you
Thursday Wllllams-Thomas 4. Edwards 0} Manor National Records Fullback Jim his Mephistophelean figure wearinga
Profes- Taylor signed
Ladies rotate the wheel
event of the 1964 Motel 4. Pepin 01 Holiday Inn 3. Central l' his horns steering fully
sional Golfers Association tour. Track Junior high meet at Fla. Off. Supply 1* A.F.R.O.T.C seventh nations Football League captin's cap over both ways to detect any bindingor
X S & C Tile t. Terrazzo 1) Park Lane appeared."So .
Her second St. Petersburgtieshe ti. UP 3. Johnson & Faris 1) Alachua General Moored feat of running the mile in 4:18.0: last Friday night contract with the Green Bay suddenly who bumpy feeling? Did you notice
character
won the event in 1957- Track Citrus Relays at In- Hospital University 3. Pittsburgh City Plate Class 1. In the Jacksonville Lee Relays and Jones' :14.4 in the high you're the whether the fuel cut-off was
women'sW;. Packers today. Taylor, the used boat, he taunted.
came on rounds of 7-71-70-74 fora verness L hurdles have caused folks to sit up and take notice. bought a automatic when you stopped and
Coca Cola 73 35dray's speechless."Did
Packers No. 2 draft choice in The buyer cringed,
72-hole total of 289 five over Friday Hairstylist 61.0Gold These performances are standouts in their own right. But valve reversed the engine?"
men's par.Second TrackBranford Relays First Coast Federal Restaurant 61 47V* 47 40V4 national records for the two races are something different. The 1958 after he starred for Louisiana you rocker first arms check, shafts the and Before the boat-buyer could

place was shared by Track Riverland Confer-, Old Milwaukee MV 47V* mile mark is 4:08.7 set by Dennis Carr of Lowell, Calif., High State, led the NFL in rushing tappets, answer these rat-a-tat ques-
Busch Bavarian 60 48 the Satanic figure
Clifford Ann Creed and Betsy ence meet I Brown's Texaco Service '58 50 School in 1962. The high hurdles record belongs to Florida, in 1962, and was runnerupto springs? tions, the strange visitor wenton

Rawls. Both finished with 292 BaseballP.. K. Yonge at ludwetoer Rutherford's Jewelers 54 53V* 54 5445 though. It was turned in by John Turek of North! Miami in 1960 Cleveland's Jimmy Brown snarled.The boat buyer shook his :
and collected $1,085 each, Green Cove Springs I Waifs Servlcenter 49 5* when he did :13.7 "Weren't there any unusual
Jones-Johnson 43 e5
BaseballTaylor High at Holiday 37V* 70V Moore's time broke the current Florida state record of 4:25.0 last season. head. noises in the clutch release

Willis ton I G-vllle Money's Gel Sandwiches Co 37 33 71 7S by seven full seconds. But the GUS ace will have to do it againin mechanism that would indicate

lorenzen, BaseballStarke at Mac- RESULTS the state meet to make it officiaL Records count only when dry or defective release bearings
Bused Bavzartan 4. Coke Ot Ratherford's Dancer's Next
Ford Win clenny ; 4 Motley's Of Old Milwaukee* 4, made in the state event here. Northern defective clutch plate or
Baseball GHS at Ocala Gold Coast 0} Brown's Texaco 4. crvmeGu It's almost how
/; First Federal 3, Walt's 1} Gin- fantastic well the high school track peopledo. pilot bearings?
At Atlanta Baseball Williston at Santa nys 3, Budwetse4 z.CONDOR. 11 Holiday Inn XlonesJohnson .Here are the marks: "Didn't you run the engine

Fe PRECISIONW 100-yard dash, :9.4; 220, :20.2; 440, :46.1; 880, 1:50.9 (also Goal Ientucky.Delhy and trip the overspeed safety

ATLANTA (AP-A decisionto Saturday Alley Cats 44 24 L by Carr); low hurdles, :18.3; high jump, 6 feet 9% inches; trip to make sure it worked

let others set the early, rec Track Seabreeze Relays Wiles 3 37V* 2t 30V* broad jump, 25 feet 4% inches; pole vault (indoor) 13 feet 8 By GENE PLOWDEN Ellsworth's The Scoundrel, Ce- properly? Did you examine the

ord-making pace paid off for Baseball GUS at Jax Jack- Red Eyes 37 31 inches; (outdoor) 15 feet; shot put, 69 feet 3 inches; discus MIAMI (AP)-Northern Dancer cil Carmine's Dandy K. and linkage and controls for adequate

Fred Lorenzen, the Elmhurst, son Seven Hurricanes Tens 34V 32* 33V 36 throw, 195 feet 4 inches; javelin throw, 225 feet 61% inches; winner of Florida's two richest Harbor View Farm's Roman lubrication?

HI., Ford driver who capturedhis Alley Strike Terrors Oops 32 2f 34 3* 440-yard relay, :4U; 830-yard relay, 1:25.9; mile relay, 3:15.2; races for .3-year-olds, now Brother. The boat-buyer wagged. his
third straight Atlanta 500 Gutter Dusters 21 40 two-mile relay, 7:49.9; and sprint medley relay, 3:27.4. heads for Kentucky and his The Scoundrel finished one head in shame.
stock car race.Lorenzen Long Aims Split Personalities RESULTS 27 41 There are many great names sprinkled through the national "summit meeting" with Hill,,i length behind Northern Dancer "Ill bet you didn't even

set an Atlanta Inter- Alley, Cats 4, Hones 0; Seven TensJVfc scholastic records. People such as Jesse Owens in the 100, Ulis Rise the first Saturday in May. I and trainer Mish Tenney said remove the cover plate to see if
Aces Vis Strike Terrors 4. Split
national Raceway record when At OlympicShot Personalities 0> Gutter Dusters X Hur Williams, 440; James Brewer, pole vault; Dallas Long" shot The Canadian born Northern his big, raw-boned colt is "im- the generator brushes were
he ,won the pole position by ricanes 1; Alley Oops X Red Eyes 1. put.They an were standouts in college, too. Dancer, owned by E. P. Taylorof proving." worn? And what about the pro

at a four-lap averageof Record Toronto, scored a one-length Dandy K. ran a dead heat for peller? Did you check the alignment

qualifying 146.470. He pushed his 1964 No Comment On the Way in TennisGHS victory in Saturday's 1116,500 fifth with Roman Brother in the bearing mountings, stuffing

Ford to a record 134.25 miles I LOS ANGELES (AP-DaHas Florida Derby to add to his Flamingo Flamingo but in the Florida box and shaft-tense bearings -

hour average Sunday in Long broke his own world shot I BRADENTON, Fla. (AP-Ed doesn't have the individual brilliance so necessary to Stakes triumph a month Derby he came from sixth to ?

winning per the NASCAR sanctioned put record Saturday, but he is Lopat manager of the Kansas bid for tennis honors in a state that produces some of the finest earlier.. finish a strong third. "Were the control linkage and

race before an estimated still left with ambitions today- ,City Athletics, declined to comment scholastic players in the.cation. But just,winning the district The compact little-bay son of Roman Brother, a tough Flor cable sheaves" of the rudder wel

60,000 fans.Lorenzen's. two of them. Sunday on the announcement meet (girls) and finishing second (boys) to qualify for the stateis Nearctic out of Natalma by Native -, ida-bred son of Third Brother, lubricated? "
first prize money The 260-pound giant heavedthe by owner Charles 0. Fin- a prime achievement for the 'Canes. Dancer has never been I raced evenly to get fourth mon "NO..JJO..JX! screamed the

was'115,150. 16-pound ball 65 feet 11% ley thafthe right field fence in This will be the first year for GHS to make it to the state worse than third in 13 races and. ey of$7,000 and probably will go boat buyer, sobbing on his

__j There was little competition nches-exactly one inch beyondhis Kansas City will be shortenedto meet since the district qualifying plan was set up to.trim the bas earned $261,365, including to Louisville. knees. "
during the last 150 miles as record set in 1962 in the the dimensions of the fence bulky field. $170,730 in his Florida cam- Of the other Florida Derby "Well just what did you do?

Lorenzen held a two-lap advan- opening event of a track meet in Yankee Stadium. paign. Three of his wins have starters only one, Greek Epi- the Satanic caller asked.
at 1} miles, one-eighth sode, got any part of the purse The boat-buyer blurted out, "I
tage for most of that distance between Occidental College and PET Nine Among BestAnd come I
and he tried the windshield wipers and
shorter than the Kentucky $3,000 for fifth- appar-
over second place finisher Bob- he Pasadena Athletic Associa Tennis Win
I. the motor for a
can't handle the extra furlong horn and ran
by Isaac of Catawba N.C. in a while on the topic of fine high school achievements P. Derby. ently "
minutes.
Greek few
Louisvffle. Episode
tion.Now Lnro said at
Dodge. Isaac won $7,750. he wants to win an MANILA (AP) Viet Nam K. Yonge's 'baseball win over Gainesville last Saturday night Traiaer Dancer Horatio would leave by set the early pace but was The stranger shook his head

Olympic gold medal -In. Tokyo made a successful debut and should not be overlooked.The Northern for Ken- out of it when they turned for sadly and handed him a sailer's
Payoff this summer-he finished thirdin the Philippines won handily Blue Wave is unbeaten to date with six triumphs fa van today or Tuesday at with crossed pitchforks on
Big home and has never won cap
,
and he The win GUS the first PKY athletic tucky, with a 12-hour stopoverin
the 1960 Olympics Sunday in Davis Cup tennis succession. over was by a Ga. more than seven furlongs.The the emblem.

AGUA CALIENTE, Mex. (AP) wants to hit 68 feet competition. The Vietnamese, team in some time. Cedartown of, the othersin others, Ishkoodah, Ky. "Welcome to the club," he
-Walter McNally, a Los Angeles Both goals appear to be with- competing for the first time in With a Class B division set up this year in baseball for the Only three Florida Derby seven showed Pioneer and Saltville, couldn't .told the boat-buyer. "Sailingwill

_' food broker won $77,767 on in easy reach of the former :University Cup play, ousted Iran 3at first time, PKY has a good shot at going for a state title. Dun- the seeding them keep up and were never in con- be hell for you from now
and the beat nrilon and Lake Weir to be the challengers to enough to warrant II
a pool ticket at the Caliente of Southern California Tehran Philippines appear strongest :Tex C. tention. on/ __
are
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; Musial Claims Celtics Whip ic\lau.: tmGOLF Longest Ring Bout, 110 "? "i.




Cardinals Lost Cincy, Hawks o STrJPPINf 11(6 BAtt AND.s Rounds, Ended Wo ContesfBy

i Top 'Frisco M., U srvte OF .&vING 6Im 6f.t&
11'OP6U 1fANGG AND CWOFAC& &
v '" NORMAUY AND wt' Q INLFIES BEI4ISD 1tU tWJt11I1i BEN THOMAS :weights in the South. Burke, went down three times himself
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS -wow RE6tJt.r T'Vg h7 A'AD'AW'f4AtRUNS. Associated Press Sports Writer who broke his wrists !in the bout, ,-one in a clinch, and twice,
ADOPfEDANol4ERMSTOc?"" TOR '
i Flags on Trades Oscar scoring Robertson touch has and regainedhis Jerry 1'l1M5 WIZEN i MIt SLOP 11-fe EiM.4.QUIG1t}! NEW ORLEANS (AP-Two was a green newcomer. I when missing he Burke lost his with balance wild, swinging after-

Lucas is rebounding again but S&MPWYAMOR$ boxers slugged it out in a ring Both began slowing down as i punches.

a \( NEW YORK (AP) Bad Besides the sale of Mize, Mu, the magic is gone and so, it appears 1'PR/6Nf Auc6W1Nr for seven hours and 20 minutesin the rounds began mounting. Aft- i The Boxing Club decided

ff \ trades cost the st. Louis Cardinals sial listed as among the Cards, are the Cincinnati Roy i- J OYg1 INCH AND,tNStPD Hit New Orleans exactly 71 years er the 50th, the crowd started" I to Olympic split the $2,500 purse

( four or five baseball pen- nals' alltime worst trades: aIs.The OF TWO, 85HNP.AOOUO / ago today. whistling "Home Sweet Home. I equally between the two fight-
\ nants, Stan Musial said Monday. In 1946, the sale of catcher Boston Celtics, shooting 11-4E eA L 14 Referee John Duffy called It "Why don't fight?" Bowen
WIDE cL1UJGE oP'fi you
\ The former $100,000 a-year Walker Cooper by Breadon to I for a sixth strajght National ESAND wEt ss a draw-no contest-after neIther asked Burke after the 51st ers.Just a month later Bowen
c outfielder and first baseman the Giants for $175,000.In Basketball Association championship 6ouNcg5 oFf 1 N Andy Bowen nor Jack round."I .
trimmed the Royals 102- 1.d s J4 RD v 1Ng1AL4. Burke threw in the fought another long bout-defeating
who retired last year for a pos- 1949, the sale of pitcher. > .OF Wrn4 MORE a .punch Jack Everhardt in an 85-
ition of vice president with the Murry Dickson by owners Fred' 92 Sunday night and need one .s WFf AND E 1Ci5Plt1. 110th round. cannot, both of my handsare round bout which lasted five
I ,
St: Louis club and became head Saigh and Robert HannegaaPittsburgh.Pirates to I more victory for an unpr"*- | The 110-round bout still standsas gone," Burke replied. hours 35 minutes. -

I. of,the country's physical fitness the for $125''Eastern edented four-game Division final sweep playoff of !.e awew6gOYIf6O \L If the longest glove fight on rec Bowen scored the only knock- In another, 18 months, Bowen

program, was sharply critical of 000."Among series. \ "ir"/ae $ ord."There downs In the contest but also was dead. In a fight Dec. 14,

\ the Cardinal front office management them, Breadon, Rick, In the Western Division finals, QUXKSrnPPwG was no way of forcing 1894, with George (Kid) Lavignein
I : in an article in Look ey, Saigh and Hannegan dealt t the St Louis Hawks shrugged w7t aI The men to fight said Duffy. New Orleans, Bowen was

} Magazine. the Cardinals, at a conservative off a 46-point effort by San I INO Bowen, 129, of New Orleans, Cal Mermen knocked out in the 18th. He suffered

i The sale of first baseman estimate, out of four or five pen Francisco's Wilt Chamberlain \ I and Burke, 1: of Galveston, a concussion when 'his
\ Johnny Mize by owner Sam nants," Musial said. and edging the Warriors Tex., fought that night for the head struck the floor. He died

Breaden and General Manager Musial called Ted Williamsthe 113-109 for a 2-1 lead in their lightweight championship of the Dominate the next day.
\ Branch Rickey to the New York finest batter he ever saw best-of-seven set. South. It was the only fight Bowen

Giants in 1941 for $50,000 and and added: Robertson broke out of a 11 Some 8,500 fight fans'were' on ever lost. He. fought 26 times

I two players was described as "The best all-around playerswere "slump" to score 34 points and hand at the start. Many were AAU Event from 1887 until his death, winning -

\ "the worst mistake." Joe DiMaggio and Willie Lucas, despite an ailing back e iFSS ..c'rZ'B.X d l I still there when Duffy ended it 18 times-seven by knockouts

Mize, Musial said, was "one Mays; the best pitchers, Bobby grabbed 24 rebounds. But the nro'fg at 3:45 am., although "a number : BARTLESVILLE, Okla. (AP) -and fighting to draws six
of the finest hitters I ever saw." ,Feller and Warren, Spahn." Royals shot only 33 per cent were asleep," according to California's Olympic prospects times and a no decision once.milB.

from the field and Boston broke. the Daily Picayune's account of and America's Olympic chances

the game open before halftime. the battle. looked a lot alike in swimming

Boros Wins' Azalea Bill Russell led a secondquarter m ER1KD .r.r..r I Bowen was a veteran fighter, today.
rally that left Cincinnati 18 I ranked as one of the top light
points behind at intermission.The California swimmers won 40
Royals missed 40 of 51 of the 72 places in individual A MOTHER-IN-I IS AM

shots in the first half. Russell events and took firsts in eightof ACCESSORY AFTER THE Y

Golf in PlayoffBy finished rebounds.A .with 22 points and 28 Pastrano, Ortiz Defend 'men's the 12 AAU individual Indoor races Swimmingand at the PACT.' I

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Diving championships.
goaltending call against
KEN ALYTA won at Augusta, Boros finished Chamberlain who scored San 1IJ
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J Associated Press Sports ,Writer third, two shots off the pace. Francisco's last five points, and Boxing Crowns This WeekBy Don Freestylers Schollander Roy, tabbed Saari and I
: I by IJ
GREENSBORO, N.C. (AP- The 44-year-old U.s. Open two free throws each by Bob I Olympic swimming coach Jim
Julius Boros generated a hot 66 champion said "I'm putting '
Pettit and Richie Guerin in the Counsilman of Indiana the
in a 45-degree temerature to much better than last year, al- closing minutes kept St. Louis MURRAY ROSE night. Peralta beat Pastrano in strangers to each other but the country's brightest as 11
catch Doug Sanders and then though I'm not playing as well Associated Press Writer' I Olympic .
ahead of the fast-closing War- Sports 'a non-title match six months relationship between the two is prospects, led an overwhelming
went on to beat him in a one- otherwise as I did at Augusta. riors. .ri
: bole playoff in winning the With my improved putting and Charlie Vaughn came off the Light_ heavyweight champion ago.Ortiz cooL Lane, the long-time No. 1 California freestyle delegation.

I Greater Greensboro Open Golf this win behind me, maybe I St. Louis bench and contributed Willie Pastrano defends his title a Puerto RicanbornNew contender has been striving fora Schollander, 17, and his San-

Tournament Sunday. It was a can go down there with greater several key baskets. against Argentina's Gregorio Yorker, is a 2-1 choice over title fight ever since Ortiz dethroned -ta Clara, Calif., high school I

i sharp final competitive tuneup confidence." Pettit topped a balanced at- Peralta and lightweight king the challenger from Muskegon, Joe Brown two years mate Dick Roth, 16, were the
# for the Masters Championship. Nicklaus, who defends the tack with 26 points. Vaughn and Carlos Ortiz risks his crown Mich., at San Juan, Puerto ago. The World Boxing Association top individuals. Each set two t+9ARE

I Last year when Jack Nicklaus Masters title starting Thursday, Beatty had 22 each and Guerin against perennial contender Rico Saturday night. warned Ortiz to defend it American records. Saari, 19, a YOU DRIVINGA
began the final round here witha added 19. Kenny Lane this week. against Lane or face loss of his University of Southern Califor- BOOBY TRAP
Pastrano, 28, defends the 175-
three-shot edge over his near- Pastrano of Miami Beach, is nia sophomore set American
an
The fourth games in the two
Cobras Lead est rivals and was 'five in frontof series'will be played at Cincinnati rated just even money against pound division title for the first title.While record of 16:49.3 in the 1,650 Then bring it In for high
time since he won it from Har- the WBA was warning quality low-cost repairs.
Boros.
I Tuesday and St. Louis the challenge of the South Amer- freestyle with Schollander sec
But Nicklaus shot a double old Johnson at Las Vegas last Ortiz, the champion retained his ond. Remember o driver is
at New Orleans Friday
I ican
At PensacolaPENSACOLA bogey 5 on the third hole and Wednesday. June 1 in a close, disputed 15- crown in three title fights. He no safer than his car.

:struggled the rest of the way. rounder., stopped Japan's Teruo Kosakain Schollander posted recordsof
He finished two over par with the fifth roun4 in Tokyo, 1:42.6 in the 200 freestyle and SAVE HERE -
AP Intend Sound
( ) Goal Whipping
I Chevrolet 73 for 279 and fourth place. : Disputed Helps stopped Cuban Doug Valiant in 4:44.5 in beating Saari for the on Rebuilt Generators,
R ed or not Ford and
Another Masters favorite Ar- Peralta 28 first time indoors in the 500- Starters Fuel Pumps
heads after the soundly whipped the 13th round in San Juan, and
,
are knocking Water Clutch Discs
Pumps
second event of the U.S. road nold Palmer, ended in a tie for Black Hawks Win 3-2 Pastrano in a 10-rounder at Miami less than two months ago, on yard event. Roth chalked up in and Pressure Plates

racing championships.The 13th place with 286. He shot par. Beach Sept., 20. But the Feb. 15, stopped Filipino Flash dividual medley records of
team of 71 for his final trip over the challenger weighed 183% pounds Elorde In the 14th round in Ma- 4:13.2: in the 400-yard and 1:58.2:
Shelby-American
California heads the manufacturers 7,000-yard Sedgefield Country CHICAGO (AP-No one will Toronto with a 4-2 triumph Saturday then and the poser this time is nila. in the 200yard.The .

division with their Ford- Club course. ever convince the Detroit Red night. I whether he can do it at the 175- only other double winnerwas
Cobras. Boros accepted the $6,600 top Wings that a game-tying goal in The Hawks are at Detroit and pound weight limit. Split First Two Indiana freshman Ken Sitz-
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powered prize with the notation, their 3-2 Stanley Cup semifinal Montreal at Toronto Tuesday rt 8RA&AQIldTMEM'CLARK'S
money
Jim Hall of Mid- Ortiz and Lane in who
However two berger
split edged defending
"We have five children down in playoff loss to Chicago Sunday night If seven games are nec- Unbeaten in his last 29 fights,
land Tex., heads the drivers' fights before Ortiz won the light- champion Rick Gilbert of Indi
Fort Lauderdale, Fla., and can. night was a bonafide score. essary they will be played in Peralta has a 40-3-4,record, in-
in a Chevrolet-powered I title. Lane 10 ana in one and three-meter diving
category weight won a.
and in Montreal Thurs
use It. He won an additional The goal credited to Kenny: Chicago cluding 18 knockouts. He hopesto ,'
Chaparral. round decision in 1958 but i
for the low of the final become South America's first was
added to its $400 score Wharram, came at 5:25 of the .
Shelby-American cuts in the second ---
round. final period, only 13 seconds I day.Odd world light heavyweight cham stopped on
point lead Sunday with a sweepof I round of 1959 for the
in the Tournament sponsors boostedthe after the Red Wings had taken a Finish pion. Pastrano's record is 61-12- a fight
the first three places title. AT
150-mile manufacturer's race. prize money an additional 2-1 lead on Andre Pronovost's I 8, including 12 knockouts.The junior welterweight -

Ken Miles of Hollywood won $10,000 Saturday night after goal and some 10 minutes before To a Fight 15-round will be telecast Winner of 10 straight, Ortiz

the event averaging 75.5 miles three days of record crowds. : Stan Mikita clinched the I nationally by ABC, starting at has a 43-4 record, including 16
an hour. He crossed the finish Boros, with rounds of 68707366 victory with a 25-footer past DORTMUND, Germany (AP) 10 pjn. EST. knockouts. Lane's record is 85-

line 35 seconds ahead of teammate for a 277 total, was seven un- goalie Roger Crozier. Sonny Liston, who lost his: Ortiz, 27, and Lane, 32, are no 11-1, including 15 knockouts.A .
I Graham Shaw of Ander der par. Sanders'shot 277 in The victory gave the Hawks a heavyweight title sitting on'a I. trt
S.C.Ralph. 73706668. He won $3,800 in defense 3-2 lead in their best-of-seven stool could take some lessons 1

eon, Noseda of Miami, of the title he won' last series. from Gustav (Bubi) Scholz, who

driving a privately entered spring. When Wharram scored the disputed -won the European light heavy-

Ford-Cobra, finished third. goal, a goal Judge Grant weight crown in much the same Financing Plan for Every NeedNEW
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The sweep gave ShelbyAmerican Variety
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Udvarl then huddled virtually
In the tougher 222-mile race with
for drivers' points, Hall finished RAIFORD The Variety linesmen Ron Wicks and Matt helpless after the eight round. _
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only a car length ahead of Roger Store team of Gainesville drop- Pavelich before again talking "When Scholz "was unable to r l WITH
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He finished the 74 laps on the the Raiford prison baseball club. crowd of 16,585 was getting im said, "I had to disqualify Ri- P.a TUFSIN

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"It's too bad it ended this
Chev- Rone had two hits each for UdvarL way.
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I'm convinced I could have won
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Hugus of Pittsburgh, Pa., Variety Store win compete in Terry Sawchuk, insisted that too," Scholz said. I A
finished third in a Lotus WE. the Central Florida semi pro "Wharram put it in after Scholz was hit first by a kid- $8

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I a ,'_ Brilliant Military Career Climaxed by Bitter Feud I



b NtUJ dark fttmra third of three sons born to Capt times come from both parents. that he'would be returned old son, Arthur and a Chinese purposes the war had ended,I commanders is fully establish of visitors.In .

..i NEW YORKGeneral of theM Arthur MacArthur and his Vir He graduated first In in his shortly for duty in the United nursemaid, MacArthur was taken except for the need to pursue I ed. The nation owes him a debt July, 1961, MacArthur, accompanied -

i -Douglas MacArthur ginia-born wife, the former ,class with many honors in 1903. States. Stating that his task in off Corregidor by a PT boat the enemy to the Yalu River,, of gratitude for the distinguished : by his wife, made a.

cd.ids: soldier serv-for Mary Pinkney Hardy. He choose the Corps of Engineers the Philippines was not com- in a dramatic dash under Japa the border between Communist and exceptional service sentimental journey to the Philippines .

,than country 60 as a He achieved MacArthur's father was the ,he recalled, because pleted, he abruptly applied for nese shore guns. China and North Korea. I which he has rendered his country where additional honors

more the highest years.acclaim for his- son of Arthur MacArthur a de- 'chances of promotion were retirement from the Army. On Oct. 30, 1344, two and a Unit commanders were in! in posts of great responsibi were bestowed on him.

exploits as a grand strategist in scendant of the MacArtair good.In Manuel Quezon, the Philip half years after MacArthur had favor of pursuing the enemy 'lity. For that reason I repeat His first serious-illness struck

two wars and held the center branch of the clan Campbell' the years before World pines commonwealth president, vowed to return to the Philippines northward without delay. However my regret at the necessity for him in January 1960, when he

stag'in one of the bitterest civil MacArthur's grandfather, with War I, MacArthur saw servicein then appointed him field mar- he waded ashore at Leyte orders were held in abeyance '!the action I feel "compelled to underwent surgery for a prostate _
take
versus military controversies in his widowed mother, came to the Philippines and Mexico. shal of the Philippines. It was and announced: as word came that there in this case. condition. He recovered

I the history of the nation. the U. S. in 1825 and settled in The ascendance of his military during this period that Mac- "I have returned.By the graceof was grave consternation at U.N.. On April 17, MacArthur, his from the ordeal despite his 90 '

Virtually every military honor Chicopee Falls, Mass. He be- star began with the outbreak ; Arthur designed the gold leaf- almighty God, our forces headquarters as to whether the wife and son arrived in San years. .

was, bestowed upon him, yet came a lawyer.During of World War I. He helped encrusted garrison cap that, .stand again on Philippine soiL" intent of the combined effort Francisco. His return was that MacArthur was married
1 t his'active career ended in bitter-% the Civil War, Mac- to'organize the 42d (Rainbow along with sunglasses and a In a career studded with military had been to 'repel the invadersor of a conquering hero as city twice. His first marriage was to :.

ness and recrimination when he Arthur's father served with the ) Division and went to corncob pipe, was to. becomehis triumphs the greatest of rid the entire peninsula of after city feted him with pa Mrs. Henrietta Louise Crom- .

was relieved of his command 24th Wisconsin volunteer infan- France as commander of one trademark.It these for MacArthur came on Communist military forces. rades. well Brooks, the stepdaughter

in'tne midst of the Korean War. try. He rose through the ranks of its brigades. was noted during his serv- Sept 2, 1945, when Japanese On Oct. 10, President Truman The general addressed the of Edward T. Stotesbury, a .
His .life was marked by no and won the Medal of Honor in Exhibiting daring and dash-' ice to the Philippines that Mac- representatives boarded the I flew to Wake Island for a joint houses of Congress: on April wealthy Philadelphia banker. *'

struggle against poverty or lack the battle of Missionary Ridgein frequently to the annoyance of military officer in history-$25- battleship U.S.S. Missouri in meeting with MacArthur. Mac- 19, creating a deep,, impressionby She obtained a divorce from him ..

of privilege. His rise to prominence November 1863. After the! his' superiors he savored the 000 a year plus emoluments.He Tokyo Bay to sign the unconditional Arthur was ,understood to have the moderation of his speech in 1929 on the ground that he
the Indians also had considerable invest- surrender documents about and the dignity of its presentation. failed to her.
was unmarred by temporary ,war he fought against excitement of war and the dan- expressed great optimism support
setbacks or misfortune.: in the West and against gers of combat. Moreover, he ments, both in the Philippinesand under his gaze.A the Korean situation. He told He was married to Jean Marie .
Even the final, discordant note revolutionaries in the Philip displayed the detached selfcon- in the U.S., the extent and few years later MacArthur the president there was "very He ended with a quotation Faircloth of Murfreesboro,

of-his career his removal pines. The elder MacArthur rose'I fidence that marked his career nature of which were never dis assayed his five years as supreme little" chance that the Chinese from an old Army song "Old Tenn., April 30, 1937. Their only*

franioCommand left him se- to major general commandingthe through nearly a halfcenturyas closed. commander of the occupation Communists or the Soviet Un- soldiers never die- they just I child, Arthur, was born in Ma-

renely confident in his judg- Army of the Philippines, and an active soldier.In Spare and just short of 6 feet of Japan as follows: ion would react to a venture in- fade away." nila on Feb. 21, 1938.

ment, outwardly unmoved by retired as a lieutenant general. 1919 MacArthur returnedto tall, General MacArthur maintained "If the historian of the future I to North Korea.MacArthur His name was brought up be-

the events that swirled about During these years Douglas the United, States and was a deceptively jaunty air should deem my service worthyof I returned to Tokyo fore the 1952 Republican Na I\
that the unsuspecting thought invited some 'slight reference, it tional Convention as a possible
MacArthur and his mother appointed superintendent of the and began to "close out" the
him.MacArthur's evaluation ofhitrole familiarity, which was would be my hope that he mention presidential nominee. He was
mode their home in Milwaukee.He United States Military Academy. Korean 'War.. Near the end of I
and me not as a commander the keynote speaker at the con
.
swiftly cooly spurned.As
in history was probablymjjstsuccinctly entered West Point in He was credited with broadening October' U. N. troops slashed
and characteristic June, 1899. In the four.under- the curriculum and raisingthe the possibility of war grew, engaged in campaigns and battles across the ,38th Parallel in a I vention.
J voiced by him in 1950 in graduate he attained a academic status of West the Philippine army was merg- even though victorious to dash to the Yalu. I 'MacArthur and his wife SESIcar
conversation with I years ed with the U.S. Army under the American arms, but rather as settled in a 37th floor suite of
a protracted in in- Elements identified as Chin-
scholastic record not equaled Point. He also encouraged
y I that one whose sacred duty it the Waldorf Towers in New
who command of MacArthur who
I a newspaper correspondent I Communist had been
the 25 tramural athletics and wrote the ese troops
previous years.
I became, once the guns were York City. On Aug. 1, 1952, he
had known him for many years. was restored to duty with the' found of the 38th Parallelin
Asked if he could explain his' His mother established a residence -motto that stands in bronze on American forces on July 27,''I silenced, to carry to the land of south was named chairman of the
the inner wall of West Point'snew the east coast sector at least
Point .
at his just off the West 1941. our vanquished foe the solace board of Remington Rand Inc.
he
puffed slowly
success,
looked out the reservation. Her son visited her gymnasium: j! and hope and faith of Christian two weeks earlier. MacArthur's -' (now Sperry-Rand) manufacturers
corncob pipe, On Dec. 7 the attacked
Japanese !
the fields of friendly intelligence officers, how
With "Upon !
office everyday of his cadet life. morals. of electrical equipmentand Contact me today
window of his Tokyo Pearl Harbor and mili-
his father serving in the Army strife are sown the seeds that The serenity of Asia was shat- ever, apparently failed to attach business machines.
across _a moat and at the said Imperial 10,000 miles away in that criti- upon other fields, on other days, tary installations in the Philip- tered at dawn on the morningof any significance to the re-, With the death in 1959 of Gen. 117 H.E.
Palace ground : pines, where MacAr th ur'sforces '
believe it was destiny." cal period of his life, the young will bear the fruits of victory. June 25, 1950, when Russian. ports of their presence. George C. Marshall, MacArthur 16th Ave
were caught completely
MacArthur was born cadet drew from the aristocratic Service at the academy was by trained-and-equipped North U. N. units reached the river, became the senior officer of the
Douglas forceful woman the inspiration !-followed by a number of rou surprise. Korean troops swept southward but within hours the. Chinese Army in the rank of general of PhoneFRanklin
at Fort Dodge,
1880
Nov. 26, With the of
the landbattle
'Rock Ark. He was the and strength that some- tine assignments at home and in opening across the 38th Parallel in a Communist army struck across the army. He remained on act
UJtle. the Philippines. on Dec. 10, MacArthur lightning effort to overwhelmthe the border and the second ive duty without assignment,

MacArthur achieved the rank tommanded 12,000 Philippine inadequate South Korean phase of the Korean strugglewas entitled to a small staff and pay 2-0444
,
of general in 1930, when he was scouts and 19,000 U. S. troops. forces, who,were being trained under way., By the second and allowances amounting to
MAN named chief. of staff of the Ar- Added to this force were about ,November full scale $20,543
A under the direction of aU. S. week in a year.
my by President Herbert Hoov 100,000. The partly Japanese equipped rolled Filipinos. the-military advisory team of few warfare had begun and theU. Except for a rare outing in Ralph Turlingtonp

N. forces were giving good weather, he remained virtually
and officers.
er than 1,000 men
621038
er.In American forces into the Bataan
the summer of 1932, sev- ground at a speed that, in many secluded in the commodious
Technically MacArthur w snot
OF DESTINYBy eral thousand unemployed men, Peninsula where they were tohave instances, amounted to a rout. Waldorf Towers suite. In STATE FARM&'
for the
responsible protec- 1
held out until reinforce- Mutual'AutMtobllt luiurtnc*Company
them veterans of World his final however
many of ments could arrive. tion of South Korea. What MacArthur had called"a years, Mac- Home onto KIoomlflftM.IllinoisS. ,
War I, gathered in Washingtonto President Truman ordered new: war" went on throughthe Arthur received a constant flow
demand immediate paymentof MacArthur assured his troops winter and into the spring.' --
HANSON W. BALDWIN that this aid would be forth- MacArthur to take whatever
war bonuses.On He became restive and wanted YOU CAN FINISH
N. Y.Times Military Editor July 29, Hoover ordered coming, although'he had been steps he thought necessary to to strike at Chinese depots and:

NEW YORK Any contemporary judgment of Douglas MacArthur's MacArthur to destroy a camp given no assurances by Wash- evacuate Americans from South supply lines within Chinese ter \ HIGH SCHOOL
role is certain to be colored by his contra ington that reinforcem eats Korea.
military the men had set up. The task
versial personality, which both attracted and repelled, and by was accomplished without! would come. The Fifth Air Force, Initially ritory.He let it be _known that_ _he was I I f'4?) AT HOME
in Time and Receive
which still influence to the your spare
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his: own estimates of his accomplishments, bloodshed. With Maj. Dwight D. The highly trained Japanese assigned protect evacuation displeased with high decisionsto ;.. i a Diploma. If you have left school
the writing of military history. Eisenhower, an assistant execu- forces tightened the noose began to try to support the refrain from attacking out 1' .,. write for free booklet tells you
MacArthur combined a flamboyant egoism, a theatrical public tive officer to the assistant sec- around Bataan, forcing the de- rapidly retreating' South Korean -side Korea lest the war spread.In ''F r 4.; : : &:.:..__ ::;}. how!

presence, a flare for words, a commanding physique and for a retary of war, at his side, Gen- fenders into the fortifications at forces, Truman decided to April, 1951, he was relievedof AMERICAN SCHOOL. N.E. FLORIDA OFFICE PhoneP.
brilliant mind. These attributes acted as a lightning rod eral MacArthur directed the op- the tip of the peninsula settingthe act on MacArthur's recommen- his commands in the far east O. BOX 16661. JACKSONVILLE 16, FLA. 725-3938

fa &:.:.lIere was a man born and trained to fame a man who eration of the scene. stage for the final battle dation to.send U.S. troops in by President Truman.In Send Name me.. your free. High School Booklet.. .. .... ...............
welcomed and wooed it, "a man of history." When President Franklin D. for Corregidor.As Japan and Okinawa into the the that Address ::::::::.:::.:::::::::::::::::::..::::::::: :::...............:
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tnhis vanity, sense Roosevelt succeeded Hoover, MacArthur directed the panied his order relieving Mac- -0- --.
Patton :
h was not unlike Field Marshal Montgomery, or George MacArthur was reappointedchief defense from the labyrinthine, tide. Arthur Truman said: I''
; sublime self-confidence has been a common characteristicofmany of staff of the Army. He underground fortifications 0 f Then the U. S. successfully "Full and vigorous debate on

great military leaders.. and held the post until 1935, longer Corregidor, orders came to him appealed 'to the United Nations I matters of .national policy is a the ONE place to call forMONEY
;A.tZ officer and general, MacArthur demonstrated time than any predecessor. However, on Feb. 22 to leave his commandin to join the struggle against vital element the constitutional
and moral courage both of them essential. no rapport ever developed be- armed aggression. I
again physical the hands of Lieut Gen.Jona- system of our free democracy
qualities of military leadership. He had a quick and compre tween Roosevelt and MacArthur. than (Skinny) Wainwright and On Sept. ,12, 1950, MacArthur : It is fundamental, however
pensive mind that saw problems in broad scope, and he linked Upon resuming his permanentrank proceed to Australia to take executed a daring and massive that military commandersmust

himself with history. of major general, Mao- command of the newly created strike from the sea on the be governed by the policies iI'1'I.t4eY
:His strategic concepts were generally soundly based and were Arthur was sent to the Philip- Southwest Pacific area. North Korean rear and flank and directives issued to t1

sometimes imaginative. He was a student of war, but when he pines as military adviser to the Bidding farewell to his men with an amphibious landing at them in the manner prescribedby
command of the Southwest Pacific Theater in World commonwealth.For '-I. : : x.wt .
assumed MacArthur uttered a phrase that the western port of Inchon. our laws and constitution. In
War-'ll he had had little experience in air and naval'operations two years he worked at was to be added to his trade- North Korean defense broke time of crises this considerationis S

and liis initial utilization of air and sea forces was criticized. building a military force in the marks."I and the remnants of its army particularly compelling. I l Here's a golden opportunity to get cash double

Perhaps one of the major indices ,of his capability was and the Philippines.On shall return," he said. fled in disorder. MacArthur announced "General MacArthur's placein fast during Beneficial's Golden Anniversary

manner in which he was able to learn from his experience Aug. 6, 1937, he was noti- With his wife and their 4yearof that for all practicalwar history as one of our greatest 1 Celebration. Call up or come in for the cash youWwant
tc mesh all services and all arms into a concert of power. I
: now to clean up leftover bills or
initial differences with the Navy, which stemmed
lacArthur's
from the Bataan-Corregidor campaign in World War II, any good reason. We like to say "Yesr

were succeeded in Korea by mutual appreciation and under. The MacArthur Legend

standing. But his early underestimation of the importance Afnit ; BENEFICIALFINANCE :

\ power was followed in Korea by overestimation, when he -
t mistaken confidence that air attack could pre- SYSTEM
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predicted Communist reinforcement of North Korea. By JAMES MARLOW the round table. began; June 25, 1950. Vic- of the war and relations with i
Chinese '
vent the commander Associated Press News Analyst One entranced biographereven tory would have been the soaring allies. Thus it became a contest
During World War II, and again as the American Loans up to$600 on Furniture. Car or Note ..
United Nations commander in WASHINGTON (APGeneral made him an eighth cousinof finish to the military symphony -between a general and his com-
1n after the war, and as Co. of Gainesville
Japan the MacArthur staffs were of the Army Douglas Mac- Sir Winston Churchill, a sixth of his life. But the music mander-in-chief, the president. Beneficial Finance
the first stages of the Korean War, factions and frictions.' Var- Arthur had brains, character, 'cousin of President Franklin D. soured, victory eluded him, and MacArthur lost fired. ((301 N.MAIN ST.Opp.Masonic Home) GAINESVILLE -
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observers believe that although MacArthur held special quality which some men Charlemagne.King judgment. Even in the legend the phoenixcame
power. Many have had from An- ta: BEKEOCUL: RHANCe COL .
antiquity. .
himself aloof he knew of these frictions and, indeed, encouraged I Arthur of the myth slew First, he had an optimistic out of the ashes only once.
them as a method of enhancing his supreme command. His thropologists call it mana.It monsters with names like Twrch misunderstanding of the enemy,

stiff -= most of its principal members were with him for years means extraordinary magnetism Trwyth. MacArthur's monsters perhaps because he wished so
and power to impress. were Russians, Red Chinese, hard to win.

MacArthur's>ras ingrown.intuitive qualities of generalship were outstand- Mixed with it was egoism. And and those in Washington he He thought all he had to do FA frr -

ing. This quality was most pronounced in the Inchon landing this produced his personal disas-I thought were conspiring to frus- was Chip the North Koreans, : Us'
in.Korea in 1950 when MacArthur against the initially unanimous ter when he let the egoism col- trate und undercut him. that the war would be over by I ;

opposition of the services and of his subordinate commanders lide with his judgment in disobeying The clan MacArthur and its Christmas, that the' Chinese : aFL

and staff, insisted that Inchon was the proper objective. the President. pride came down through his I would not come in. He was -
HIS "bunch" paid off in a brilliant victory. However, only a few It was a humiliating end" to father, Lt. Gen. Arthur Mac-I wrong on all counts. :

months later the same kind of intuitive generalship resulted in one of the most glamorous military Arthur, who.in the Civil War at Then his egoism overcame rbQ
when MacArthur Insisted upon pushing into records in American his- Ridge the Medal : himself sd 75.eb a. iy ..
major reverse, Missionary won him. He pitted against 4 d, ,
North Korea to the Manchurian border and ignored warnings tory, 52 years of service, longer of Honor'and became colonelof President Harry S. Truman who r

and intelligence reports that the Chinese Communists,were about than the combined military his regiment by the time he had ordered him not to assert _

tolaunch a major offensive. service of George Washington, was 20. publicly his ideas on how to win
.MacArthur's military career embraced the 'era of total ''war, Ulysses S. Grant and Andrew I So from childhood soldiers the war. MacArthur didn't listen

when victory was more the production of big factories and big Jackson. were respectful to Douglas Mac- didn't,obey.
laboratories than of big battalions. A theater commander had to His battles in three wars were Arthur son of a general Re- His ideas differed from Tru

be, in a sense, a general manager an administrator, a politician like a catalogue of encounters membering this, one admiring man's. He wanted, among other
diplomat, as well as a soldier; generalship, in the Napoleonic from the Iliad: The Marne, officer who served under Mac- things, to bomb the Chinese

sense, had less importance, and leadership, with the tremendous Meuse-Argonne, St Mihiel, Sudan Arthur in the Pacific in World bases in Manchuria. Truman ..
distances and enormous forces involved had less personal impact ; Bataan Corregidor, New War H said: and his advisers feared thin'

It is all the more remarkable therefore that the Mac- Guinea, Leyte, Lingayen Gulf, "If MacArthur never had the might mean'World War HI,with

Arthur personality stamped itself so vividly on the history of Borneo Luzon; Pusan Inchon, common touch, it's because he the Soviet Union coming in on

our times. He was beloved or hated; he was hero or demigod, Yalu River.If a common man him- China's side.Truman .
the of the Pacific war had it, he was "dug- was never MacAr-
eras some of verses he wore his decorations self. He was being called 'sir' considered "Theymak&tso
cut Doue." which ranged down from the thur insubordinate and his state-
the time he 3.
from was
-jD part t, this was because of MacArthur's remarkable penchant!Medal of Honor, be would have He became a symbol, the 1.'!ments injurious to the conduct easy
he wrote or edited many of his own wartime com- I
publicity
for ; been as resplendent as AclillIes'shield. phoenix of the American spirit I ate.
mriniques, and his sweeping pronouncements and rolling prose But he didn't wear them. CHIMNEY ?
from the ashes of calamity
rising
ambition his iden-
infuriated thousands. His I
delighted or great This, one writer said, was partof when the Japanese drove CORNERS ,Za Iiqt
tification of his own concepts with those of the nation, his political I ostentation. ;.,,.
his BeSSCtt
sense, and his unwillingness to admit mistakes were other him out of the Philippines and I WALKERFenutere by ,.. $'S ,hS3
John Gunther impressed by .u ,,,
he said "I shall return and
characteristics which helped to make MacArthur a national the "immense force of his character 1) NW Stfe Awe."Fumiture Fair!"
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si ered him the outstanding American general of the war. Certainly -
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DEAR ABBY: While sitting in my dentist's outer body ..6 !StT1CFIIN(3 M GFp5t5S-
a yesterday, a smartly dressed woman came in with her daughter you have a husband with two good arms;, and don't be ALONE MTHHSTHOUGHTS. ,gyp 71 s Tla A"

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was exceptionally cold and windy for this time of year. The DEAR MRS.: Not this time, friend. It is surprising how vO

child wore a short organdy dress, anklets and a short jacket. many well-mannered people with most of the social graces ,, ., fUSA 4yOF .

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and she was sniffling. I wanted to say something to the fork should be held with all the fingers gently wrapped aroundit C0
mother for disregarding the child's health and comfort for except the index finger and thumb, which should hold it < -r

the sake of beauty. After my opportunity had passed I berated down near the neck at an angle of 45 degrees or less.
= myself for not having said something. I could hardly sleep a _
last night for worrying about that poor child. Should I call I o .f1T5 4 G 4.at7rMES '
2 the dentist's nurse and ask her who the woman was, and write CONFIDENTIAL TO D. M. ON ALLEN STREET: Yes ,

her an anonymous note? Maybe seeing it in writing would there is help for yon. Please send me your address, complete. I WONDER=
bring her to her senses? with city and state, and _I'will wire my reply at once. URIAH I IH'MAILMRN V/HAT rrwuz- r l.
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DEAR ABBY I I could bawl! My daughter just
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business bother will NEVER get sleep.
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DEAR ABBY: What a coincidence! My husband was sta. book is titled, "What is Happening to-Me?" It is a facts-of-life- r 1 t

= tioned at Camp McCoy for a short time during World War II, type book for boys and girls between the ages of 12 to 15. I CD l/
and HE bad "HERB" tattooed on him. But were married at planned to tell my daughter what I felt she should know whenI a

: the time, and I am quite sure noboby ever saw HIS "HERB." thought she was ready for It. Now I don't know whether I
HERB'S WIFE should let her read this book or not. Don't you think my sister 1
1 = had a nerve sending my daughter a book like that without ;;.c

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hold a fork while cutting with the knife? My husband holds UPSET z 1/

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ACROSS 31.Radium MODE QQOInna four times before she was promoted ery.So ,
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Abathment. 3 Halt IRE R E A S S U R L Another daughter home Paris and, after lookingover
came
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one day wearing a that
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21.Mental 50.Size of I 1M
type process account "
ped from her for kind of .
hitting Joke.
faculties 51.Ama bird 5.Lounge 12. a :, t < EYES SO I
Atop
23.Pert to 53.Maple Valuable 16.Mountain boy in the head with a book. The woman became infur- CAM' Sec THEM J<
sound genus sseuton !a Thasaiy Our seven year-old son, iated. "These medals are not BSTTER.
26.Ailments 5 4.Oklahoma 5.Pronoun 19.Ancient whom we thought was falling jokes. Men have worked hardto tJ
28.Of an epoch Indian 6.Redact gold alloy the second grade, came homeat earn them. They have a ,
30.]ap.dram 55.Conclude 7.Floating leaf 52.Land amid! the end of the term with sweated and broken their backs ; 9

water six medals. He also failed, but for this medal Some have v ibf
I 45: i: T t I a 24.Bread that didn't died VI 4 o
spread prevent him from even for it. I will not selly Q

/I I&. u 25.Dore'a call being decorated anyway. j 11 this medal." 3 I.- i

26,Name So, starting in grammar We realized we bad made a ---- ---- .--- tJ- -.....
If /s meaning school the French are medal- mistake and we apologized pro - - -

watchful mad and spend the rest of fusely. WAS HE 5PPOSED: WO..HE RAN INTO HER WHY PIP YOU X WANT TO TALK ABOUT
n tt 19 2. 27.Rabbit- their MAS SONA W.LUAM5 YE5.TJX E5i4EB w 270112E WITH HER( HERE WHEN HE STOPTE3 WANT TO 66E THE ILJSA..AK71 WMJT VU 7DJUDGE,5ONA.
lives ;
honors.
"Forgive '
eared seeking me you are right.I WWiYE YET XM YOCR<: OFFICE AMPWLFAJUUN6TON by TO SAY'HF LLO HEAR WHAT x HAVE
If, 1I 11 i1) lIt zT 29.Bring np There are many medal storesin wasn't thinking clearly. These IMRoARET? TO Tea NIIA!
[ ,1',1'; ; V Paris which medals 15 WTI4 HER!
3S.Saaeddiest sell decorations, are important to those f
24 Z1 Td 19 ,. either for your lapel button- who have earned them and ]I air
.
Jl 31 It 35s 35.HIT enf37. hole or to wear around your would not want to do anythingto x Au z. t1u
.Virtue dishonor them. I am terribly -
7 37 3* 35 39.S.Afflff.plala neck.We first became aware of sorry." .
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4* ..011 4* 14' ... 4 s .To how medal conscious the Having been properly rebuked _
44.Sun disk French were when we decidedto by the woman, we
44 47 14a 4J 45.Spikenard purchase a medal in Paris started for the door. But be- I as

46. aDabaSt for some friends of ours. It fore we could open it, the lady
51 I tree seems this couple, Les and Cleo said, "I cannot sell you that aA 1

-i I + 47.Blemlh Gruber, who own a restaurantin medal ,monsieur, but I can let Lp # ,
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tar time' 27 ruin AI Hint eerwe a +lit 52.Near i one of-the three star Guide very cheap.

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TO SID Monday, April 6, 1964 Gainesville Sun 13

SURPLUS PROPERTY 4 Panoiuliiad Services; 13-He!? Mile or Female 34 Waterfront Property
In accordance with Chapter 273.07 Fli 35 Houses for Sole I' t tI

Statutes The Sunland Training Ccntc r LEARN TO DRIVEl Special at-

a t Gainesville Is soliciting bids en I .- ,. tentlon to nervous or elderly. STRUCTURAL STEEt de- LAKE house completely furnished OWNER SELLING .

'ist of Surplus Property. The list In. Easy Way Driving SehooL FR tillers to SIM per week. on Lake Hutchlnson. White 3 bedroom 2 battC nearly C new B,.,, I LH
Cludes: _2-7002. lie. by State of Fla. ARCHITECTURAL draftsman sand bottom lake & nice white natural gas fenced' yard. WANT-AD RATES
Beds I to S175 per week. beach. Best buy around 10000. Pool membership. Make offeron
Chairs 6 SrfcCIAL NOTICES ESTIMATORS 110,000 an- Financing by owner. S1.500 down payment. FR 44347
Photography Equipment nually. down. Balance at 6 per c e n t. after i. PH. 372-8441
Laundry Equipment BUYERS $400 SMO per Phone FR 2-441 after J PM, i
Kitchen Equipment DUE to divorce I have a like new month. or en week-ends. 4 BR.. 2 bath in Highl and
Cans MilkMisceilineous 194 model ZIg Zag. Automatic Court Manor air-conditioner for
sewing machine that does everything LAW or Bus. Adm. degree. Ac double utility Rm. swim club 22

Bidding Instruction and a list of we would like someone countants. Field Representatives. 35 Houses for Sal membership,, schools In walkIng -
tfv I f. ? -j to take up payments of Field Superintendents. Chemical distance $98 mo. 2832 NE Classified Only
property be obtained from-
may
Business Manager 4if : '0; ____$4.00 per me. Ph. 312-2051. Industrial', Mechanxal and Civil 11th Terr. Call FR 4-2349
Sunland Training CenterP. Engineers Machinists Teachers, 3 BEDROOM block house for sate. I

O. Box 508 Gainesville, Fla .' : 8 BaLy: Sitters, Child Care Reg. Nurses. 2 Baths. Would like iSOO equity IMMEDIATEOccupancy DEADLINESTues.
< 1' : and take
up payments. Call FR
Bids to be opened 2.00 PM EST Tues: I -
: day. April 14, 1944 Applicants for above positions 4-430. FrL Day before
paper
(3199) 3:30; 4:6 TINY TOT must be willing to relocate. 2 BR. CCB house, furnished or 5 to go S p pap1:0 ajn..pbaf St.

I For to go In .
unfurnished beautiful -
-; PLAY SCHOOL EXECUTIVE Secretaries. on landscaped a M p
Stenogs.,
lot. Furniture and house
IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTl Secretaries Bookkeepers. MOVE INTO YOUR OWN
Clerk- like (Minimum ad 4 lines)
new. Equity & take
Visit up
and pay
for
JUDGE. ALACHUA COUNTY. FLO 1 \ us see yourself. typists office cashiers, 21-40, witn ments. 230 SE 71st St. Phone MODERN HOME ON
24 SE 8th
St. FR 4-7806.
RIDA, IN PROBATE.IN a minimum of I
2 yrs. office ex 372-8949 after 4 P.M. and oil. RENTAL BASIS BEFORE FAMILY RATES
RE Estate Of PLANNED perience. Also part-time steno
program awaits your day Sunday. YOUR
LOAN
CLOSES.
Nines ED HINES.and EDD also HIKES known Deceased.at EDDIE pre-schoot youngster at JACK graphers. OVER MOO Ft. plus carport andporch. Priced from $12,750 to $18,850 g! 1 Insertion ........... ....................... 34c lint
& JILL NURSERY SCHOOL. i 3 Insertions .. ... ...... .. .. 22c line
To Alt Creditors and Persons HavIng Apply 10 12 AM. 2 4 3 BR. end study. 1-V* NO MONEY DOWN VA . .. .
Claims or Demands Against SId! Estate Music programs, educational PJVu bath attic fan. built In drawers, pay only $100 closing 8! 4 Inrti ............................... 17c line
: film-strips. 7.45-3:15 Mon.-FrL; PERSONNEL CENTER vanity and storage galorel SOX14Q. Best terms FHA i 12 ........... ... ......... 14c line
1331 S.W. 13th St. FR 6-3900. Free lifetime Swim i Total charge computed total sxnt
You and each of you art hereby notl- Convenient to Metcalf Club Mem .b.mp Hm
fled 102 NW 2nd Ave. 372-4377 for Bishop Parochial Schools. S80 bership walk to Schools. ; ed x number of
and required to present any claims DAY care for children In my home. $
and demands which you. or either of NW section. All day or H day. appointment. -0- V.A. 434 percent. FR 4-2771. HUGH EDWARDS i

you. may have against the estate Of Big yard playground equipment.FR 3 BR, 2 bath house. $300 down ,

ED MINES deceased lata of said 29141.RELIABLE BARTENDERS COCKTAIL WAITRESSES and assume VA mortgage. Call INC. S Five letter words line
County to the County Judge of Alachui To waitresses for new 372-1815 after 5 P.M. per
County, Florida, at his office In thi sitter wishes to care. Steak room. Apply In person N.E. 16th Ave. & 15th St.
court house of said County at CalnevVUle for Infants or small children .bi only. Mr. Goldstein University N.E. llth Dr. (3003). 4 BR. 1\1' 372-1551 f
her home. Reasonable call FR baths, CCB home alr Same t lines
Inn between
; Florida within six calendar 11 ajn. and 2 p.m., 8 Pt.
months from the time of the first publication ReachPeople 4-3897. _& 3 7 p.m.Exp. ._ Tappan heat.electric Low range Si central FOR SALE BY OWNER Formal ordinary type

of this notice. Each claim or CHILD or Infant care. $1' week- secretaries down payment. living room. separate dining Same as 3 lines
salary open Monthly payments of $89.14. Call 12 Pt.
demand shall be In writing and shall built-in
ty. Can pick vf and deliver. Cashier-host. attractive 372-104 after S I weekends. room kitchen with pantry ordinary type
state the place of residence and post Phone 374-1941. White housekeeper $25 wI carpeted Fla. rm. & hall 1
office address of the claimant, and Bookkeeper salary' WIMBERLY ESTATES. Just break. 3 BR. 2 full tile baths, central
shall be sworn to by the claimant Ms WILL iVt care days for a children week. In Nice my home play Exp. Waltresr, salary' open& comm. Ing ground on new Imaginative heat located on shady tot near l8Pt.ordlnarytyps
agent. or attorney and any such claimor Exp. mechanics homel Now Is the time/ to buy new Country Club, elem. school
yard loads of It
demand not so filed shall be void. loving care. 372-6587.toys. plenty of Store trainee hi schL grad. under contract & choose d'jrar; & Univ. Price $18.900. For in- .
Carre Boole As administratrix Off. trainee. M schL grad. thru out. Lloyd D. Myrick, Bidr. formation or appt. can 3722371.

of the Estate of ED WILL care for child hi my home Tree surgeon foreman, $Z hr. FR 25689.ABARGAIN. 24 .Pt. Same as 5
MINES deceased ReadyTo by day or hour. N. E. section Auto salesman, Exp. at 89,750. 3 BRT DID YOU H ordinary l
j First publication M.rd23.. IfU. Phone FR 2.1669.Employment. Short order grill man screen POrch. fireplace,, carport. t
(3112) 323. 30j 4:4. 13 Insurance trainee. SIOO wk.
Ig. corner lot.$40 a me. 1001
Route salesman Levy Co. NW 24th Ave. FR 2-7882. RING? II
CONNELL EMPLOY. AGY. i The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible inert than
IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY BY THE OWNER In Idylewllde, 2 = Incorrect will f O
It
nor be
120 SE 1st Ave. ARE you one of the = Isrtio liable for In
JUDGE. ALACHUA COUNTY FLORIDA many who IY er ,
BR CCB house tile bath. tisement
family
Phone 374-m4 extent than
have called wanting = the cost of space
nice
IN PROBATE.IN II FEMALE HELP WANTEDBEAUTY a
o
RE. Estate of room. Call 372-8001 after home on a large lot outside the es pled by the Hem In the Idlt. No adjustment

Alberta M. Wllllnghem deceased. 14-Salts Help Wanted 3.30 P.M.BEDROOM. City? If so; then let us show 80 I be made on errors that d mlterlaN effect t value of

.ceased.To DEMONSTRATORS"Earn 3 2 bath home separate you this 4 BR 2V* bath CB home II the advertisement,,

All Creditors and Persons Having Buy up to 55 per hour demonstrating ROUTE SALESMANFOR dining room. Take advantage on acre tot shaded & fenced.
Claims or Demands Against Said Estate famous Studio Girt of owner's having to Deep well. fallout "shelter a 88
: Cosmetics. Full or Part Time. Old Reliable Company sell- move & have spacious rooms dream kitchen, cedarllned closets Te Gainesville! Sun reserves the Privilege ef revising er
,
: You'-1Id elch'of you are hereby notl Phone 374-4334 after 4. Ing and delivering to hotels and a. wardrobes In new home area amazing, and much more for the =[ change* any advertisement' of whlc It deems objections and

Jled and required to present any claims: EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPH restaurants. Successful and well among young executives. $".-- price of only $19.75 dered contort tQ The any advertIsement from tat *,
OOP. FR 25689. t policy of fits ,
and demands which YOU. or either of ERS. Openings available at established territory available. ___ I paPr

you may have against the estate of Use Sperry. Typing and dictation Good salary and commission. NO DOWN PAYMENT 3 BR.. 2 WANT
ALBERTA M. WILLINGHAM deceaSed. skills necessary. Starting salary State age former employment bath. Central heat central air
late of said County to the County Judge< based en experience. Submit resume record and details. Replies con- cond. Northwest. 19000. Call
of Alachua County. Florida at his of. In confidence. or telephone fidential. Write Box No. 391-M. 374-2927. VALUE?
flee In the court house of said Countyat 372-0411 Ext. 225. for In care of Gainesville Sun. 35 Houses for Sol. 35 Houses fat Sale

Gainesville Alachua County.. Florda Person appointment. EQUAL OPPOR. REGISTERED Real Estate Sales WESTWOOD LITTLEWOOD THEN this attractive 3
within six calendar months from the TUNITY EMPLOYER. person. Call FR 4-4471 for Inter- Walking distance to schools. 3 BR 1 Insp CB home at 2141
time 'of the first publication of this notice. view. BR, 2 baths home In Skyline N. W. 49th Beautiful N. E. Si Immediate ou
EARN up to ISO a week. Full or Heights. Study hardwood floors Te. NORTHWEST
Each claim or demand shall be MARY MOELLER REALTOR acre shaded Just outs I d} pancy. bedroom
In writing and shall state the place of part-time. No soliciting er collectIng built-in range & oven. Cent. in bedroom and dining area.
City. Deep
101f W. Unlv Ave Sprinkler AND close '
heat. Shaded back wel. sys to Uttlewood
To car neccessary. Call FR '- : yard. Call Large paneled Florida and
residence and poet office address of the 374-0842. tem for heat. Fam r Westwood schools. 3 Bedrooms
'claimant and shall be sworn to by the 1944. l -Work Wanted Female ily room. Todays price only $16UNIVERSIT large landscaped lot. $ and 2 Baths. Central Heat,
month includes Insurances
and
Claimant his agent. his attorney and Waitresses Apply In person IF you plan to build ana would 800. large family room and
any such claim or demand not so filed Jerrys Restaurant 2310 S.W. like a custom built home by experienced taxes. 1515 N. E. 6th Terrace. ed porch, fenced back: Y Kt,
Call for appointment FR
shall fee void.W.. 13th Street.WAITRESSES. BURROUGHS Sens. Bookkeeping. builders that have beautifully landscaped Sl&
Joseph Wllllngham As administrator PersonWanl Experienced. Phone 2-2S77 the time to discuss plans with MO Call anytime. .
of the Estate of wanted. Apply In person Ocala. YOU. call 373-2527 ask for Gene, FURNISHED HOMELAKE RALPH REALTOR
to Bob Evans Manor Motel _
ALBERTA M. WILLINGHAM Paramore. We have availableour
deceased Restaurant 2325 NW 13th St. WANT lob as practical nurse and 80 plans to choose from. SANTA FE FOSSE

Lazenby. Dell. Graham Wlllcex HAVING MONEY PROBLEMS? companion. Have own car. Call Complete financing can be explained "Selling 1906"
& Barber Let us show you how other women 3761369.I to you right Irr your own 1115 N. Main St. Ph 372-4351 2 BEDROOM stucco home tg. 1 W. University Ave. Ph. 376-1359

P. O. Box 123 In our city are earning In do Ironing in my home. 1515 home. For appointment calk W. M Munr. Broker living room with fireplace, Member Multiple Listing

Gainesville. Florida their spare time. EARN $20 to SE 13th Place. Lincoln Estate. THE JAMES CO. McLaughlin, garage, covered pier Into lake NW SECTION for saleer rent 3
First publication March 2!. 19U. $$0 weekly. Act fowl Call Mrs. _Phone FR 6-2918. Of Gainesville Inc. Frank Reby. Roy MeCannJ. large lot. Price $12,500 with and 4 2 bath, CCB
O1S4)-J-M 30> 4:6 13 _Burns FR 20421.LUZIERS Builders of Klngsberry Homes tem. Will consider real es- home. br. tights and
wlte
Call anytime.Ernest
COSMETICS 17 Work Wanted Male Ph. 372-2527. nltes 872-7401. W. tte exchane sewers. appointment.

,IN -THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE APPROVED by American MedIcal ANGLEWOOD by owner 3 BR. 2 KIRKPATRICK Tew Realty Phone FR 2-3826. .

,EIGHTH, JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND Ads Association. Personalized REFRIGERATOR and air cOndI- bath. Price $17,800. $800 down. 2910 NW 13th St. FR U1REDFRNKS 3 BR. baths. family
IN CHANCERY. service. No guess grab go me- Call 3722727. room living
a' 11St7- thod. Full or part time work. tioning repair man wants work. ATTRACTIVE comfortable I garage, central r Ilo
DOYLE ARCHI LINDERMAN. _Cell Lois Williams. FR 2-6045. -Call FR 2.2319. FOR SALE BY OWNER spacIous available and priced rlghtl Two Lot beautifully I co

Plaintiff. PARTTIME Bookkeeper and 3 BR. 2 bath Fla. Rm.. bedrooms (one is a whopper) 12th Ave. Iindstap.HW 11 for

vs. DIVORCE secretary. Approximately 25 18 Schools .(r Instructions close to school. Llttlewood Es two baths a.family r two
tates. $24,500. Reasonable down
JOHNNIE BROWN LINDERMAN hours per week. Phone 3744035. car carpet plenty
payment. 920 NW 37th T.
r r. space and other I v t appointment.MARY
Defendant. .
I"ra WHITE COLUMNED
A BIG
Phone 3725738.
NOTICE TO DEFENDTO MEN AND WOMEN WANTEDTO features make this real PORCH graces the front ef this
WANTED older woman to live home. Idylwild section
and
: JOHNNIE BROWN LINDERMAN TRAIN FOR home situated on wood
4 worsen McKINNEYGREEN modern
with elderly (not Invalid no city taxes!IAPPEALING
Route 3. BoXWeaverviile. 153 top lot In desirable North
ed
CIVIL SERVICEEXAMS
) and daughter who works three two fll
North Carolina out. Phone FR 4-1139. bath house in bro. : lar. bedrooms, 2 luxurious MOELLERGracious
V. YOU ARE HEREBY notified that a ) modern !lte" e n
Complaint has been filed against you WAITRESSES. experienced good We prepare Men and Women. DEATONREALTORS wit personality t 0 u c e sthrought. with built In range .

In the above-styled Court. wherein the tip house for new Steak room, Ages.1I-SS. No experlenge neces Large family dishwasher. Spacious step-down

Plaintiff seeks a divorce. and you are all shifts. Mr. Pozln University sary. Grammar school education ro.tio freplac, walled fall out pa Illngr separate din I ng Living

required to serve a copy of your Answer LinesSun Inn. usually sufficient. Permanent shelter gade rool Floida room with sliding IS yours Wf\e you purchase this
or other pleading to the Complain lobs. No layoffs. Short hours. landsap glass patio. Luxuriouswall spacious 2 bath
EARN t
sew weekly through resident Quick Buy ing Priced less bedro
High pay. Advancement. Send wall carpeting, central
on the Plaintiffs attorney WILLIAMN. typing. Adjustable hours. t home. In the Sio Good
LONG at P. O. Box 506. Gainesville. For Information wrltei Dept. name home address, phone This 4 B. R. 3 bath home MUST 0.0.k.GLEWOOD We have two heat air conditioning for year financing. S$1'.0

Florida. and file the original Answeror CA. Box 1902 SSS. Springfield, number and time home. Write SELL Estate to be settled modern homes available at round comf. REALISTICALLY -
pleading In the office of the Clerk of Missouri. Marcel Co. Box 384-A c/o Gainesville Corner lot near J. J. Fin I e y These homes have 11.50,0. $2X000. Call 376- BudgetON

the Circuit Court of Alachua County 10 ._ Sun.Real School and University Calf two baths, Florida OS17.
Florida on or before the 23rd day of BABY GIRL needs tots of love. FR. 2.3617.Littlewood. bdrooms. heat built In this lovely 2 bro 1 bath,
April A. D. 194. at Gainesville Florida. also II. n e r al housekeeping. Estate Exam ro.centrl Occupancy at the BUILDING? We have JUST LIST It Is located In H
Clean, reliable & capable. 2 ED a nice lot In Northwest section has nice and Is I
a
If yov fall to do so. a Decree Pro Confessor COURSE end of June. Financing can yard
will be taken for the days FR 27348. : on paved street with all for only S680 down and $71
against you ATTEND First lesson free.HOWELL'S be arranged for an acceptable :
fences Ivallable.Trees. .
n
This Is a fine home In Ideal city con v e No
relief demanded In the Complaint. GENERAL office position openIng BUSINESS COLLEGE an purchaser. Call 376-0817. qalfi.Swimming
DONE AND ORDERED at Gainesville for young lady with Amer. COLLEGE 21$ W. Unlv. Ave location-Next/ door to the REDUCED to $3,70000. $0

Florida this llth day of March Days ica's II r g e st jewelers. Full FR. 4-3507 372-3727. school 3 B. R. 2 Baths Ter- This mern$1..0 c.la blo. two BUDGET MINDED? Try this Pool!
nat
floors
razzo Central heat 1
A. D. 194. company benefits. good start- -
LEARN EARN yr. old. Much desired neigh- bro hous yours 3 bedroom 2 beth CCB home 10 IMAGINE yourself the owner of
J. B. CARMICHAELClerk Ing salary must be willing to n' more than $75.00 per shaded
Secretarial courses speedwrlting borhood. The owner has left cated on pint tandscap this 3 2 beth home.
of the above-styled Court work all day Saturday. Must month. Located on a shadedlot bedr
ed lot where the
shorthand. Classes now form- town and must sell Price alea Just Call
now
By; Emily Waterhouse have neat appearance. Apply in the Northwest and $65
Ing. Howell's Business College reduced to $14400 Can be blooming. Only $ cwn a for appointment to today.
Deputy Clerk Zal. Jewelry. 12 E. Univ. available for Immediate oc- $39.50 mo. tax-
(SEAL) S200 Ave. 21S W. Unlv Ave. F.H.A. financed Act now-This Make a reasonable apx per
Ins. location.
property wont be the market cUPn Covenl.nt Fine
on We Hove Many
(31S4): 3:23. 30; 4:4. 13 SALESPERSON RAILROAD CAREERS: In com the down pay Call 376-0817.
Call
long. FR. 23617.
Experienced In the sale of munications work. Retirement. met and monthly p.y 4 Bedroom Homes for Sale
Domestics and Draperies. This Is high pay. Ages 18-30. Write give' ments; If accepted you NEAR LITTLEWOOD -W E ST-
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SAL phone to Box 394-A care of DuplexLet move In tomorrow.J. WOOD SCHOOLS Modern 3
a full time permanent position
BY CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the with all employee benefits. Apply Gainesville Sun. us show you this attractiveand W. KIRKPATRICK bro In 2 bath kitchen.central Large heat lot., MARY
at Wilson's Department Store. well located two
undersigned. J. B. Carmichael Clerkof story duplex Realtor
PRICED BELOW Good
the Circuit Court of Alachua County. SALESPERSON 27 Feed & Fertilizer mat we have listed Good Member Multiple Listing terms. Call 376-0817.$.0

Florida will on the 13 day of April 194. Experienced In the sale of Lingerie. condition Fully furnished-Income 31 N. Main Phone FR 24404
during the legal hours of sale at the of $175.00 per month ASSOCIATES: MOELLER
This Is full time REALESTATE
main door of tie Court House of Alachua a permanent DAIRY: FERTILIZER 18.00 per Could be used as a home withan Floyt Mathlasen Irene REDFRNK
County Florida. In the City ofGclnetvlll position with all employee bene yard. 11.25 per bag. Phone :07*. Income Attractively priced A W. Reece Capt. USN, Bun.1 Franks Realtor
". Florida offer for sal.. and fits. Apply Wilsons Department 5555 Don't walt Call FR. 2- Myrtle Lasslter. Associate I'
sell Store. 3617. NO DREAM We can't lle W. E. "Bill" Harris, Associate REALTOR
at public outcry to the highest and -
best bidder for cash the following described 28 Livestock fir SuppliesGOOD at night for thinking of t 7 N.E. 1st Street Phone 3764511Complete
ASSOCIATESJ. place. Gold fish. Real Estate Service
12 Mole
Help Wanted Cmlas.
property situated In Alachua 1019 W. Univ. Ave.
Banana LISTING
County. Florida to-wlt: Fred Guy Jayne Butferworth Alleas. shrb Member MULTIPLE 376n

South 100 ft. of Lots No. Nine (t) and SALESMAN wanted: Attractive grade Sows bred to registered Col. J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire ange frt trees. Beautiful two, or- -

Ten (10) of Block Number Ten (10) of proposition to insurance sa:es- Hampshire. (35 each. Multiple Listing garage Clrrt., 11 v I n ca g -

the Town plat of Magnesia Springs, man. or real estate salesman. 500 ID. registered New Hampshire 3 LG. BR. 2 bath panelled LR. room with dining rm.
recorded In Deed Book N Page 32. on Call 374-3507 for appointment. boar 145 Call FR 2-47U fireplace attached garage HW walk In firepac. 2,000 sq.

AprU 10. 1SI2. \ After 4pm. floors. On Ig. fenced corner lot. ft. of living space. 14 minutes

pursuant to the Final Decree of Foreclosure ROUTE route.MAN.Experience for establishedcity desirable f YR. old Mare Paint, pleasure NW near Stephen Foster. 11 .5OQ. from Gainesville, Florida. Want To Be Your

entered In a case pending In said but not necessary. Transportation working barrel racing. Registration $450 d.p. FR 2-8851. Prlce
Court. the style of which Is Mid-State '
available. Call after
-
fur n I shed. Hendrix papers 3 AND 4 Bedroom homes. On Acre
Homes, Inc.* a Florida corporation. 6 p.m. 446- 2 5. IT'S VACANT Phone FR 22511to
Furniture Co.
Plaintiff vs. R. C Brown and Carrie lots. Go out lth Avenue to 43rd l this 3 bedroom 2 bat I
Brown. Ms wife. Defendants and the REGISTERED Siper Rollo Pole 5?. Intersection turn right. go on large corner tot Own Boss?
docket number of which Is No. 11(00. Hereford Bulb 26 months old. approximately 1 mile, see sign on beautiful residential area cl _
WITNESS my hand and the official Sell to avoid Inbreeding. Call left. to schools end shopping. T
seal of said' Court this 26th day March. ADVERTISING.REPRESENTATIVE 475-5811. T. 0. 2ETROUER BUILDER home has large Florida room,

J. B. CARMICHAEL SORREL gelding. Western saddle FR 4-3848. extra large kitchen with built-

CLERK CIRCUIT COURT and bridle. gentle. capable. good 'BEDROOM Florid room. llv- in range and and many oven other 2 car deslrabl.carport In the near future Shell Oil Company will

By: Emily Walerhouse A wonderful opportunity fort with women end children. Ph. Ing room dinette carport.
Priced at
Deputy Clerk right man. Must be between FR t-1575 Fenced In back: yard. Sacrifice.FR fetures.good 1.0 with a brand-new service station needsan
(Court Seal 20 640 years of 65023. 1112 N. I!. 19th PL open

age be able to sell typeat 29 Lanoscapins-Top-Soil man to run it.
Income property closein DAN BYRD outstanding
OWNER
Harry M. Hobbs least 40 wpm, have _

Attorney for Plaintiff good transportation. This AMARYLLIS bulbs im p o r t e d sonable, Ig. hoUse.for all garage cash. Phone apt. R 372- ASSOCIATES Prior service station experience is not necessary -
MS Madison Street local lob offers tremendous
Dutch & Hybrids. White & col-
Tampa. Florida possibilities for future advancement ers 3923 N. W. 15th St. after 7163. 23 SE 4th Ave. but must believe that top notch

good salary 4 fI.m. 4 BR. 2 bath home air conditioning Inc. yo
(321) 1:6NOTICE plus commission and expenses Ig. family Rm. Walking distance Jack DeYot Broker customer service is the key to success.
-
paid vacation and and tl e m.
Beys Club .
OF FORECLOSURE SALE fringe bene 30 PETS & SUPPLIES FR 2. Associates: businessman end
many many schooL $14.995. Terms. You must also a
BY CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT fits. Must be willing to 9714. Christine Stone, E. E. Ho'toway! b good
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that work long hard hours. Experience GERMAN shepherd pups. AK.d Walter E. Stoad boss.If
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the undersigned. J. B. Carmichael preferred but not registered. Bred for Temper- RENT OPTION TO BUY Clayton a good .
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Alachua necessary If Qualified In all ment and Quality See at 3501 2120 N. E. 9th St. *-* Central 125 N. W. 13th Street FR 3-2511

County Florida will on the 13th day of ether aspects. Send complete N. W. llth Terr or Phone FR heat-fenced yard. Member Multiple Listing this sounds like you then may b

April 144 during the legal hours of resume of qualification 62380.AMER1CA5. y
sale at the main door of the CourtHouse to Box 389-A. Gainesville most wanted dogs Golfvlew over 3500 sq ft. ready start a lucrative, satisfying -
of Alachua County. Florida. In Want Iun.SALES..EN. minature Schnauzer puppies. gracious living 4 bedrooms, 4 FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY t

the City of Gainesville. Florida offer AKC registered. 3727601. baths air conditionedFOR career as a Shell dealer.
for sale" and sell at public outcry to the
highest and best bidder for cash the SPRINGTIME Is puppy time. English SALEP. Mr.. Bernie Pope at 372-
following described property sltua'ed needed-7 good men for Shepherd puppies t American K. YONGE Med. Center- For top quality workmanshipcall Cal

In Alachua County. Florida to-wlt: beverage route. age 24-50. Salary Shepherd puppies. Call FR Univ. Area 3-2. LR. DR. den, 5333 for on appointment.He'll e
Beginning at Northeast corner of properties plus commission. Phone 3724511t 2-0033. plus 2 bedrooms & bath on lower 372.6142GAINESVILLE
L Hicks to S Mon. thru FrL level which may be rented. hove lots questions
owned by F. In the FOR sale large stock of pure more
Southwest U of the Southwest of the Ads Get MANAGER trainee needed. steady breed Beagle pups pick from UPHOLSTERY
Southeast of Section 30. Township employment fringe benefits age 3 Labrador puppies. We board KITTIE FEIBER N.W. 13th St. to ask you.
Range 21. thence run 425. South to 21 to 90. Apply Jacksons Mlglt dogs. James's Kennel. Rt. 1. Wilbur Bishop Realtor 4-5081 1508 and
point of beginning thence run South Market. 1234 NW 16th Ave. Box 78. Keystone HeIghts Ph. Nights & Weekends 4-71M Free Estimates-pick vp

100 thence run West W thence run 413- 51. eilvery.
REGISTERED land surveyor TO $12,500. $1,200 equity. --
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North 100thence 100 -
run east to Point
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Reply to box 390-A HIMALAYAN kittens. ACFA regIstered. Includes taxes
wanted.
ef bcgbmlnoAN' tying and being situated $77.50 Mo.
GaInesville Sun. New unusual breed of and Insurance. 4 BR. Tile bath.

pursuant In Alachua to the Final County.Decree Florida of Fore- ResultsCLASSIFIED ROUTE salesman. for established long PointSIamese haired cats markings.with Love Seal Built In kitchen. Come 374-2192.by 1311 IN THE

closure entered hi a case pending In route. No experience. Will able pets. Show possibilities. In. N. E. 20th Place. FUN _

said Ceurt the style of Wf1cIIs Associates train. Familiar with Ocala It oulrlet Invtt. Phone 76-09n.._ FOR SALE OR RENT 3 BR
ascount Corporation an Indiana surroundings. Salary & comm. .._ house $125 per mo. rent, er

.Corporation vs. Eddie Means. et al Defendants Apply at 1319 S. Main St. 5:00 33 LOTS FOR SALE S200 down 2924 NE 12th St. Extras -
and the docket of which Is No.tI7S3. p.m. to S 00 pjn.BARTENDER. fciduded.
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: ... Experienced. Must I
WITNESS 39th Ave.,
my hand and the official 3 ACRE wooded lot bordering West SPACIOUS home NW
Personable. S0-
seal of this Honorable Court this 26th be ber.a Contact mixologist.Mr. Pozln. Unlv.rsily Hills restricted. Phone 4722172 large lot. 3 BR. 2 bath, modem
day of March. '". Inn.ROUTE after 4-00 P.M. kitchen living room with fireplace
J. B. CARMICAEL dining room-family room.
salesman for Gainesvillearea. BY OWNER wall to wall carpeting, central
CLERK CIRCUIT COURT
BEAUTIFUL wooded tot. a S
S days week: salary & heat. Phone 37t4002.I3th .
By Emily Waterhouse Block of N. W. 22nd Street. 110'x
Deputy Clerk Commission. Call Ronnie Hayward 1ST. Phone 37310 STREET. 4114 NW by owner SUN
(Court Seal) ,' 7-UP Bottling Co. FR 2- $1X500. FR 4-2042 after 3
4361.RAILROAD. BEAUTIFUL large lots fully PM. NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA

Harry M. Hobbs ImproV In Ridgewood. NW .
CAREERS: See our 31st Street lust south of NW 427 NE 10th PLACE. 2 bedroom. ? iii
Attorney for Plaintiff
ad under class. No. II.
PItA loan
J. W. Klrkpatridc
*OS Madison Street 16tt1 Avenue. CCB large garage. MOTORS -
Tampa, Floridamob GRILL COOK c erienced. Even. Agency 31 N. Main or call FR available. Phone FR 646$$.____ BOAT BOATS &
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Ing shifts. Cr 'act Mr. Pox- 2-8404. BEAUTIFULLY kept 3 BR, MOOR

( 4:6 InUnlverlltylM. 1.1 ACRES en Clear Lake 'just home wood floors like new. WHO WOULD LIKE THE 71st iy Piecc4 tx>
MATURE gentleman. Must have West of City limits. Beautifully dishwasher & disposal. aldltaned. HUNTER gll Fishing $49 flM1 I. List ef Clul.t choose

IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY. Dial some business experience to wooded. Call anytime. \ Lovely yard. $*00 an. Boat Introduced FRANK THE TACKLE BOX from = _
JUDGE. ALACHUA COUNTY. FLORIDA take full charge ef new package "*' Realtor 1005 NE 23rd Blvd. FR 2-S943. I HILPOTT1J ? ; "The H.*rt .
E.s G.ll.
IN PROBATE. store. Must have excellent ref FOSSY"Selling : CONDITIONEDIF 'HUNTER ... Check O
In ret Estate ofFRANCES erences. Contact Mr. Pozln Unt- Florida Since 106 AIR like for entertaining. 14" MURRAY Tilt or. FR 2-1791. SUing SwbnmJhg-DMna. ,:
space
MELISSA PICKETT varsIty Inn. 11_W University Ave. Pti 37-135f you house for you. L;. '62 EVINRUDE 19 >. WA ,. _
: this Is the
GREEN also. known as MRS C. MARRIED 22.Sii living area opening onto redwood ..........,.. FOR SKIING Fishing Equipment. :
O. GREEN and also known as 376.4672 combination man Insurance age debit 34 Waterfront Property enclosed patio. Near LJto Totli.R.tali List .._...__ $442.95 AH new 2fl HJ> Elect. S
FRANCES MELISSA GREEN tiewood and Westwood sdIooIs. SPORT CENTER SPECIAL motor attached. a Safety Iterrs. -
Experience helpful but not
Deceased.NOTICE. essential. 3 BR, 2 baths central heat .. ,. Lone beet, = I
TO Can 372-7147 for Inter- s 5o
CREDITORS
view. WINFRED H. CRAWFORD dishwasher disposal built tastov is. that :Ce.F 14 Barrentlne Golf Equipment. _
FLORIDA
STATUTES Reg. Broker spocaltzlng in *. Owner selling at FHA appraisal '43 21 HP .. S.O :
To AH Creditors and Persons Having SALESMAN LAKE PROPERTIESACRE price. SOMt only $1500 '6 5V* HP Evl .... Tennis Equipment
Claims or Demands Against Said Estate Experienced In the salt ofMens 10 HP $225.00 CNR .
AGE. 3 mUss. No. of Melrose down. f22 NW 36th Terr. FR 401 S. Main
: clothing ._::.:::: Equipment. .
and Furnishings CR 32951.BEAUTIFUL. 4945. *3 TV* HP Elgin $195 Bal
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You and each of you are hereby notl. .
for part time work. Apply In person EASY TERMS OR CENTRAL FOR
fled and required to present any claims at Wilson's DepartmentStore. lot en the Suwennee RETIREMENT HOME. quiet CHARGE Complete and FISHIN Usedir WheretoFlsIi. .
and demands which you or either of Announcements River at Rock Bluff. Call 37*- net! hbortloOd. 2 bedroom Ideal FRANK Marine Plywood fishing 4 -
you. may have against the estate of 410. tor assail family $7,500 with PHILPOTS bat.
Frances Melissa Pickett Green also SERVICE station attendant. Ph. terms. DUPLEX. downtown bv SPORT CENER 1' Barrentln trailer a Plus many many m .
known as Mrs. C. O. Green and also FR 6-m or 105 N. Has' St. BEDROOM TO bath lake home. vestment properly Income of -Where S Itl Johnson. 5 HP for -

known M Frances Melissa Green. ..ecaed 3 LOST FOUND 4 ml. from courthouse center sue per month. priced at S4JOO. NW. nty $469BAIRLVS .
late of said County to the County 13-Help Milt or Fan..!. fireplace bi Vf square Wvb.q ACREAGE. Ten mMes from City Fr2 er RA 4-M93 l MINE CENTER -
Judge cf Alachua County. Florida room. Private channel end turn Percale 3 .e 29 acres. $200 to M T FrL M p Sac 6 S. l FR ''5 '
at Ms office In the court house of said STRAYED: Black and grey striped TEACHERS around. Utmost In beauty and $400 per acre with terms.

County .t Gainesville Florida within cat. White pews and chest. TUB recent Britannia Compton tranquUlty. FR 2-58. WE NEED LISTINGS CALL SWIMMING POOLS k
six calendar months from rte time of Small scar en right rear leg. merger Net created en WHAT YOU
lots Swiss AND TELL US
en
Reward. FR 6SM.FOUNDYeerlbsg. 3 Beautiful Urge THX
the first publication of this managerial In Florida
notice. Each positions Also 3 bedroom waterfront .v J
Claim or demand shall be In writing. t. e e t try. with F. E. Cempton Company. Lake. house edlacent. Lake HAVEALACHUA Sun Want Ads BE CAREFREE =
and shan state the place of residenceand Pay Damages and Cost. Write These positions start at S1UOO. Swan. SA500L Phone 475-5811. REALTYAssociates
post office address of the claimant. Box 392-A. Gainesville Sun. Full training program will be Enjoy a dean healthy SERVICE DXRECTOBY ,
and shall be sworn to by the claimant given this summer to those LAKE HOME not a 'cottage'. Master a J F. -
his agent his attorney and any such LOST. Round gold watch end chain who ...,.IIIY. For a personal Interview. This nearly new beavtifwHy Member Multiple Listing Get Results Supplies 4 P Irvl cleaning

claim" or demand not so filed shell Mveld. .In Sttverman's. Rtwerd. Cad FR write fun Information furnished 2 b. r. masonry Aria T. Smith Realtor service. : _
4-8800. -* ackground and experiencete home Is strictly QUAUTYI Mabel L Gore. AssociateM.J FR 2-3171
Henry A. Green Personnel Manager. F. E. Clear bottom lake abounds 435 N. E. Sat St. Phone P4-244t 25 U .
Dwight Sullivan 4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE Compton Co. 17H W. ColonialDr. With fbh. This te a 'dream Sunday. Apr. 19 I
OPEN HOUSE.
As executors of the last Win .. Orlando. Fla. come true' at J11508.00 Requires
and ft engineered
designed
Cherokee model
SXOOO. cash down. Let MR. MERCHANT To ad in the
Testament Frances N.elil s a IN GAINESVILLE.'lra FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES. INC. Chow .you-ANYTIME. ARCH by U. S. Steel Corp- : place your
Picket Green also known as Mrs. GDI'S PHARMACY Ms opening for qualified Real US Homes Division. 7100 aq. ft.3
c. 0. Green and also knew as 114 Central Plaza Estate Broker or Salesman Caller CAMPBELL REALTOR. Phone BR. 2 bath air cones.. brick Fun ____
V6. GJ ANYTIME in the Sun section PHONE 3728441INVITATION
Frances Melissa ** fnext to WlnMl1ie'PM Canted Mrs. Grace a. Per; vn<*r, J car esregaloft NW .
Pt,.. publication April .. WCoe" prescriptions & cosmetics area, tla West University Avtnut. LAKE Place for sale. call FR 2- 34th Dr.- Alechue Homes Inc. -

fill) 4.4, IX 20 27 LOU DRUGSTORE Je>I2M er MA ,-5853. 4416SfierSPJT1. >' Phone 372-0421 :.

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35 Houses for Sate 35 Houses for Sole 42 Farms & Acreage 45 Furnished Apts. 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn.
1 E. C. "CURLY"KUEHN

CLASSIFICATION INDEX I $350 dn. $65 mo. $10,400 3 BR 10 ACRES, 10 miles west of SPACIOUS efficiency. Heat. water. 2 Bedroom house plus den; stove SMALL house. 1 Ig. room kitchen JR.
FOR only M50 down $91.27 per CCB. patio range no closing.FR Gainesville off Archer Road. aerial air conditioner turn. Suitable furnished. $125 month. 26 S.W. & bath. stove & refrigerator ,
month payments. you can qua 2-3945 or FR 2-1785. $300 per acre. 372-3056 after single or couple only. No 24th St. Call Gladys Smith, 5 ml. out. Archer Rd. $30 mo. Homes. Lot*. Income. Bm-
I lify for 4 BR. 2 bath home. 1806 7:30 p.m. all day Sunday Bank pets. $75. Avail. Apr. 1 406 NE Realtor. 372-5393. FR 6-3327. tness and Lake. Property.
ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE NW 38th Terr. Will paint inside 1311 N. E. 20th PL By owner 3 financing.S 6th St. Farms and Acreage.
11 M.ortM E outside completely. For appt.to BR. Fla. nns patio; $77.14 mo. FOR rent In Alachua 2 BR. blockhouse 716 S. E. 4th Ave. Nice 3 bed- E. "CURLY"" EUEHN. *
ICard* .1 ThnkS Wutei Ie SlY I IJ see call 3720481. VA loan; air-cond. & appl. optionaL ACRE Tracts West of Gainesville 3 ROOM furnished apt. nice & 1 yr. old. Has terrazzo room CCB home. Hardwood 638 N. MAIN ST.
...., a Fo a HaeJabaeQ' a 1'.11 I Make offer FR 2-2341. near Medical Center. 20 clean. For married couples on floors fc tile bath. carport & utility floors. Walk In pantries. Attic FR 6-2032 Broker FR 6-6544
PROFESSOR OWNER moving Acres available. Rent $60 mo. Call 462 fan. Venetian blinds separate
S.rcn a BlI1J4Jac Materials ly. Adults no pets. rea rm. per -
4 PersonalIzed Inf.rm&tI.. II Houellol4 G.... New 3 BR. 2 bath Masonry GLADYS SMITH 160 ACRES West of Gainesville sonable. Call 376-7844. 1871 or 462-1579 anytime. dining room tile bath and util.
I Travel i
a home. Hardwood floors. central $165 per acre. room. AvaiL May 1st. FR 2-8445.
I lpeelal N.tI.u atiu.s heating. S. W. section. 1 ACRE and 4 bedroom house for 40 ACRES Approx. 6 miles from FURNISHED apt. for two males AVAILABLE April 25th, near City
'I Flerilta II H1ae. For Bal. wooded lot 148 x 210. Faculty sale. Walking distance L I II tl e- Gainesville $165 Acre. only. .Air-conditioning & central Park. shopping. schools 3 BR. NEW 3 bedroom home for rent.
L Baby Sltten. Child Care n Tra41Dr Posts neighborhood. FR 21384.RENTERS wood and Westwood .schools. MARY MOELLER REALTOR heat, utilities furnished. Ph. study. tv. rm.. dn. rm. kit. Carport Utility room 1 block
Placet To Go AB. II Articles Wsate4Tbingi I Fireplace screened porch. FR. 2-8433 or FR 6-4173. r 'lip. breakfast nook. FR. 6- from Stephen Foster School. Shadow Lawn Estates
To h. .. Y... OD W..tb hardwood floors. Call 372-5393 to 1019 W. Univ. Ave. 376-4471. 3- Stove and hot water heater Cnstom-buBt homes that look
10 Boata Matins Et1llP. ? 2 BR. furnished apartment. No furnished. Available 10th of Ap cnstom-bnitt. II arc tired
'II Hunt see this one 43 Colored pets. 311 S. E. 8th St. $80 month. house with I ril. $125 month. lot N. W. you
AUTOMOTIVE Camp Fish month's Property 2 BR. unfurnished per of homes with that cub-dirt-
7Z Of11eo Register for free rent, Phone FR 64961. t mU from cityon 40th Ave. Call 481-2418.
AtrplaDo Balel-Beat&ll x..lpmeI' I 4 BEDROOMS home In P. K. acres of land. slog look. lee
11 MuSca lIercJaancUle no obligation, drawing month- lot. 1 RM. Apt., equipped. Suitablefor Archer Rd. $65 mo. Warner
11 MobIi HIlDeI for Ball I Yonge area. Pretty Separate HOMES FOR SALE 2 BR HOUSE WITH BATH. Unfurn. F. D. Oliver. Bldr.
-'Tnek. fir Bale dining room. Fireplace In living 2 & 3 Bedrooms, SE 14th St. & couple. Free water, TV antenna Weseman. Realtor, FR 6-2472. 1 mL East of Orange His. $10 per Ph. FB I-086C
- Iy'HUGH & 4 bUtS N. of
Wantedz. EDWARDS. INC. room., Family room over garage. 'noPrefer aged couple. Must West 39th Ae. fast
'It Trucks SE 7th Ave. Some no down pay.mont. MANY attractive homes available. en NW
FR 6-3524.
Tract.n Traek Batall REAL ESTATE FOR SALE I North Central Flo. largest builder looking the garden. Call 3725393for Some small down pay square. Some with kitchens equipped. be sober & reliable. Call Sarah the Glea Sprints fatterseeUon. -
Trailer enta1* by far. an appointment. ment. Monthly payment $57 to MARY MOELLER REALTOR E. Parrish. CR 5-5148. See alga on JelL
:: 13 Late foi ZaIe 46 Unfurnished Apts. .
Seotus $65. Also homes built
M.teteyelal = NE 16th Ave. & 15th St. on your 1019 W. Univ. Ave. 376-4471. CLEAN 2 Bedroom kitchen equippad.
Jj Waterfrnt 4 BEDROOM 2 story deluxe
$'Aato.I'no Bepaln Pnpe't7 51'IS lot for no down payment. Ideal for working people.
Aato.I'1leS fir Bw J5 Houe. Por Bale CHECK this one to see In Little- home. Ideal for family living and Call TOMMY RIDGELL 2 BR. duplex apt. $50 per mo. 2 BR. CCB $60 2209 SE 20 S. E. 9th St. $60. FR 6-5724.
per mo.
_ USwap Can sa CoUaea For 1&1. E wood Area. 3 bedroom 1 bath, for entertaining. Near the Uni Bulkier Phone FR 2-4125 2207. S. E. 45th Terr. Call 3722372 45th Terr. Call; FR 2-2372. -
11 Real E.tato Exchanged E! I carport. CCB. Neatly established versity. Alrconditioning. Lovelylot. -- -
EDUCATiNAL 18 Beal Eztat Wanted ii lawn. shrubs and shade Call 372-5393 and we will be 44. Cottages for Rent GARAGE apt. Nice clean 1 BR.. 3 BR home $90 per month. 2 BR 49 Rooms for Rent
atnaetloa II out .f T.WJI Preper17 trees. Monthly payments $87 to- happy to show you this lovely tile bath & kitchen. stove refrigerator home $60 per mo. Partly furnished WATCH FOR
11 IeJaooIl a 40 SIIID... Fr.perttes I tal. $12,850. Owner will pay home. 1713 NW 6th St., FR 2 BR home $60 per mo.; Furnished ROOMS for men. Weekly maid IMPORTANTANNOUNCEMENT
2 It' Hule, DaulD. 41 Belllle.UaI Iue.m. closing cost. 3532 N. W. 7th Ave. SMALL furnished cottage and 2-2280 or FR 6-7537. duplex apt. 2 BR $90 per service. linens
and
wute4- atnc .. 42: Farms A Acreage :::; Call FR 2-6759. $400 DOWN and $89 a month for trailer for rent. Suitable for refrigerator
Call FR 6-7466.
mOo furnished. 372-1185 or 372-1981. Cooperative apartments to
this extra nice 3 bedrooms 2 working couple. Moore's Trailer
43 Colored Property R.ntals
47 Houses for Rent Furn.
416 NE 2nd Ave. be built In Gainesville. For
bath home. Carpeting and Court. 2330 E. Univ. Ave. 376-
EMPLOYMENT 43-1 Colored Property Sales
4 BR 2 bath house for lease, 6
information call FR 6-2921
11 Work Wanted Mali I SESTSELECTION drapes Included. Drive by 2015N. 164. ROOMS for rent for gentlemen.Maid .
E. 7th LAKE GENEVA 2 and 3 bedroom miles west of town $150 mOo or write:
Terrace
and call
II-Wlrk Wanted Fe.alo RENTALS == then GUEST house with spacious terrace houses. month or year. Mathewson Call 376-3401. service. near the U of F,
1& Sales help Wanted :::; 3725393. overlooking natural streamon Manor. Call 475-2981. 1128 N. W. 4th Ave. Call FR 6- P. O. Box: 13956

IS Help-Halo .r Fe.'". 4& Cottages For Beat private grounds. Large living FORDYCE RENTALS 6983. Gainesville. Flo.
A Wanted MOVE right In 390S S. W. 2nd FURNISHED air conditioned 3
IS Hall Belp l'u11W1e4 &pta.Drsnatte room with fireplace balcony.bedroom ,
E Avenue. Ideal financing with bath and kitchenette. Br. 2 .bath CCB. 1101 NE 14th ATTRACTIVE large room in quiet University Park
4. Unfurnlubed SEVERAL attractive homes
pt&U
OF NEWHOMES modern home. Ideal for student
$1500 and
down $150
a month. Ave. Excellent neighborhood
F.malo He" Wanted 4'1 houses for Rout I'1anL. Completely furnished. Close to available and also apart
E 3 bedrooms 2 ,baths, large lot University and Medical Center. $130 per mo. FR 6-4878. who needs a desirable place to Apts.
Call Contact For
Houses t7atuD.ZI ments. or
br Bent- -
; FARMS 6' LIVESTOCK :: oo. Rent Central heat. Call us at 372- Call FR 6-5112. 2 BR furnished house 5C5 NW dyce & Associates Inc., 926 study. 372-7881

Fua Et1ilpaeat 10 Betel a..s :::; 5393.GLADYS 14th Ave. No pets or small chil West University Avenue, 376- FOR businessman. Large bedroom.
21'.Feed a FerWlur II HI... Rentals E SMITH 45 Furnished Apts. dren. $100 per mo. Phone 376- 1236. private bath. Facilities for light
I za UYe.&eek lappUea ILL Wanted To Beat EVER! 2823. meals. 306 N.E. 7th Avenue.FR .
S REALTORAssociates AVAILABLE April 1511at 903 2-1708.
kD It Boarders Wanted
ZI LandscapIng TIp
rets & Suppliei OffIcs Deik Spud. CLEAN 4 room apartment. Good 2 BR. CCB furnished N. E. sec. NW 17th Ave. 3 BR 1 bath $65 ROOMS for Girls only. Living HOMESBuilt
: Multiple Listing tlon. Call FR 2-7154.
!
: I Colonials from _
: Call FR 6-5168 FR 6-9990.
neighborhood. Close to shop mo. or
Bulneis RAtJ.ISnNANCIAL -
I Ltvritoek Wanted Florence Burns Ben Griffin room kitchen automatic washIng to your plans and specifications.
I $93 month Caroline Noyes Dan Sheldon 6th ping.St.$60 Call per FR month.21391.609 N. E. 2 que BR floors.house &with T-V tile antenna.bath Nice par- UNFURNISHED 3 BR. house. Stove machine and phone. $7 per Built anywhere In
: per week. 316 N. E. 1st St.
: SERVICE 1228 W. University 372-5393 shady lot In good neighborhood. & refrigerator. 2414 E. Univ. Alachua County.TOMMY .
4 6&;UitfliU. OUtiflIUU n Special grnIeegS r! SUMMER special 1 & 2 Bedroom 376-1748. Ave. Phone FR 6-5709 after 5:30 ROOMING house for male students RIDGELL
1'2. Mmiv Ie Line '=3 Items !mpr.ement.sS 11/2 1 bath homes 37 Real Estate Exchanged apartments, well furnished, quiet P.M. for appt. at 304 N.W. 15th Street.
N Mirlgagei U RadIo a TY lenle.I location couples only no pets. 3 BEDROOM furnished suburban Single or double. Kitchen and BUILDERSCall I
I' X..., Wanted u AppUaa. a FU'It1tu. I from $77 mo. $100 per mOo L. J. Moratto, 2505 home. Plenty of room. close to 3 BEDROOM living room. dining living room. Call FR 2-2726.
: per 3 BR 2 bath home on Ig. NW 6th St. Phone 2-4957. schooL Available April 1st. $120 room tile bath. Screened porch. FR 2-4125
__'IIIIIIImIIIIIIIIIIIIII! Htn--1IIIIHIIIIIIIIIn landscaped lot In Idytwild per month. Call FR 2-4957 L. J. Convenient to Shopping Center. CLEAN. room close In. Daily
'I.. Florida modernb section. Will sell or trade I WANTED 1 co ed to share 3 Moratto 2505 N.W. 6th St. Water furnished. Available now. maid service, reasonable. 622
'T-: Sole for property In SE Floridaor BR house In NE. $40 per mo. $85. Phone FR 6-3070. N.E. 2nd St. FR 6-1423.
Houses For 35 Houses for Sale
35 Birmingham, Ala. Phone util. included. Call 376-1360 after COMPLETELY furnished 1 BR.
1 rick fronts from 372-7544. 5 P.M. house $60 a mo. Located at 1033 1214 NE 10th Avenue. 2 BR masonry NICE clean room. private en-
NE 1st Ave. .home large lot, quiet trance. Refrigerator & heat.If .
HOUSES FOR SALE: 3-BR 2- $60 A MONTH. New 2 BR. CB $95 per month $45 per mo.. clean efficiency. Best neighborhood. RENT or SELL. desired Phone 376-2721 or
Bath. central heat with fire- home, terrazzo floor, Ig. lot low 38 Real Estate Wanted part of city. close in. Ideal for 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. FR 6-2937 or FR 24351.UDDEM 495-2312.
47th Terrace. Price individual 321 NE 3rd WHAT'SBACK
_ce. NW down payment. See at 222 S.E. or couple.
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$15,900. 20ttl St. 372-4692. Screened porch St. at 4th Ave.
CHEAPER THAN RENT: 2. BR WANT TO BUY BEDROOM air conditioned FOR RENT 3 BR. 2 bam, built-in
1-oeth. SE 46th Terr. 9500. NEW 3 bedroom CCB. $8.995. homes from $85 1 furnished apartment. New kitchen. corner lot, 2 blks. from
Payments S65 per mo. $450 down. $65 month. Phone 2 or 3 bedroom home with Apartment! 111. 1216 S.W. 2nd Metcalfe School & |Ir. high. 1943
JBRbath. SE 44th Terr. WOO. Day 495-2441. Night _FR _6-4311. per month family room and 2 baths. Kitchen Ave. Colonial Manor Apts. $115. NE 15th Terr. $125 per month.
,A $4Spermo. must be equipped. Central 1 block from campus. Occupancy Call 3725738.AVAILABLE 4i
And also some trade-In Houses. heat preferred. Must be :
priced 25.
by February
I Call FR 67466.YOUNG. HAZEL HEIGHTS Calif. moderns right with reasonable down pay. April 15th. at 201 of the
See our 4-bedroom and 3-bed- ment. Write to Box 365-A, NEW large air conditioned 1 BR NW 10th St. 3 BR. 1 bath $75 .
Gainesville Available on or before May 1st. mo. Call FR 6-5168 or FR 6-
Sun.LISTINGS
2-bath
room. CCB homes with from $84 per mo.
Phone FR 2-2436. 9990. .
built-in electric
: stove and oven. GROWING
Central heat city utilities. WANTEDFordyce LIVING room. dining room FOR RENT unfurnished house. 3
Wired for television and tele NO MONEY DOWNVA kitchenette and bath. Centrally BR. living rrru. dining mru kitchen
i AMERICA phone. Large yards completely located. Apply Arlington Hotel. 2 baths garage 4 stor
grassed. Hazel Heights is In & Associates, Inc. have
Stove & refrig. furn. $85.
age.
: the city limits. Equipped with need for new and Interesting 1 BEDROOM air conditioned Phone 372-4228. f DEMAND
HOMES sewer lines close to bus stop. Pay only $100 closing listings of homes and lots $83. 2 bedrooms $88. Near Uni-
low down payment. conventional FHA LOWEST In the 'Gainesville area. Excellent versity. Call FR -5l90.. $9tflll25llflltlBlflhlltUttllNt1flfflllttl4BthIlEfl1ll1! !

t PRESENTS 39th loans.Ave.Located. West on of Northwest 13th DOWN PAYMENT be Informed clients of are your waiting listing.to EFFICIENCY.NW 17th St. water$35 per turn.mo. Also 3505 I Norwood Your Key to Good Living for

I : NEW BRICK St. Shown by appointment, FORDYCE 1 BR furn. $55 per mo. Call I
phone FR 23255.New ASSOCIATES INC. McKinney Green Inc. 372-3617. A HUGH EDWARDS HOME
MODELSOPEN Hugh
926 West University Avenue STOP LooKINGI Sub-let Apr. Hope"H" BUTLERBROS.
10 a.m. Til Dark ListingBLACK 376-1236 15 Sept. 1, 2 BR completely I
Edwards furn air cond. apt. T-V e Colonials from $93 per month
_ FEATURES : 39 Out of Town Property antenna mel IVi! blks. from Inc.
ACRES Lovely 3 bedroom married couple pfd. ,
campus
Screened Fireplaces porches 2 bath masonry home Inc.Northcentral $100 per mo. 376-3364. We Trade Homes 1 V4 bath homes from $77 per mo. .
conveniently located to the University .
Custom kitchen cabinets CAMP In Ocala National Forest CLEAN 42' 1 bedroom trailer.
Oversized bathrooms Large kitchen and the spacious Golf Course.screen Florida's Vi ml. from Oklawaha/ river & Student couples only. No pets. or PropertyThe Florida modem brick fronts from $95 HOMES
?
: Plus many other custom porch, utility room and car Largest Builder By Far community store. Completely Air conditioned. water and ,
furnished building, 1 old month
I features yr. on garbage furnished. $75. 372- per
port. A REAL BUY AT $18,000. NE 16th Ave. & 15th St. private property. Has electricity 5182 I

A ;VA&FHA SMALL DOWN PAYMENT Spac. .372-1 55 SM75., also Call 325-3094 some or lake 325-4235 lots. GARAGE Apt. suitable I tor following ere ready for O Screened porch -homes from $85 Locationand

.j ious 2 bath home on large corner Palatka Fla economy minded couple or occupancy. '
TERMSWalking' lot. Family room utility li 1 STORY student. $35 mo. 302 N.W.7th per month
room. terrazzo floors. built In Terr. I115 N.W. 40th Dr. _

distance to elementary oven system.and range.and central carport. heatIng IT'S. BRICK 40 Business PropertiesTEN 2. BR. 10 x iV Mobile home. 3 BR. 2 bath, $350 da. $130 O Calif. moderns from $84 per mo.

& Jr. High Schools. Shopping & VACANT. OWNER READY TO RED private fence. 100 x 70 lot per mo.
Churches. 2020 NW 31st. PI. FR 6-1180.
ELLI unit apt. house, excellent
QualityWhen
No children. $75 mo. III5NE.Sth St.
: oak Gainesville location. 8 apts.. furnished
YOUNG DUPLEX Near the Fireplace-strip floors- 3 BR. 2 bath, $350 dn. $113 j DOWN VA
University very large kitchen with built income $650 monthly. i2isSW 1st Ave.. near campus NO MONEY
2 bedroom apartments. kitchen Approx. $5OOO.to handle, FR parking. garage sun per mOo
In screened
appliances rear $100 It Comes To
Pay Only Closing
equipment included. ONLY be converted Into 6-0969. yard. Summer rate $70 per
'AMERICA 11 .aoo. OWNER WILL Fl. porch can Ford. Yalaha. 787-3628. 3707 NW 21st PI.
mo.
Fla. room-rear patio for privacy 12 ACRE $SHOPPING CENTERI
4 BR, 2 bath $800 dn. $107 i FHA LOWEST DOWN PAYMENT LOCATION
: 3 very large bedrooms. 2 Corner of course. 1400 ft. of :
a HOMESNW nancelJOHN baths. Floored upstairs and pavement; traffic count and EAST SIDE per mo.
ready to convert Into 4th and population check indic ate &
34th & 7th Avenue 5th bedroom or play room as immediate NEED for this GARDEN'APARTMENTS 1216 N.E. 17th Ave. QUALITYWe
MERRILL needed. LIKE NEW Inside facility. An Investor'a dreamat 3 BR 1 bath, $350 tin. $89
:Phone 3727070FOR LIKE OLD yard and landscap 40000.00 whole prlcel per mo. Hugh Edwards Inc. Have Only
ing. Frankly we wonder If FHA Terms tool ARCH CAMPBELL, ,
did not make a mistake when REALTOR. Phone 376-5707 $57 per month upGainesville's
Sale or trade. New 4 BR.home REALTORMULTIPLE they valued this property at only ANYTIME Finest 1021 NW 40th Dr. THE CREAM
located In Westmoreland' $17.500. with lust $1,000 down 3 BR 1 bath $400 dn. $99.50
N.E. 16th Ave. & 15th St. 372-1551
Estates. On city sewers. pavedSt LISTING Including closing costs. You Furnished or unfurnished per mo.
2 Ig. bath Rms. Ig. family Phone 372-1494 may drive past 636 NE 10th 42 Farms & Acreage Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart
Rm. & living Rnx. dining area. : Ave. for an Idea of the value ment.. 309 NE 9th St. Phone 376- 1 1442 NE 16th PI.
Central heat. built-in kitchen Including ASSOCIATESMarcella then call FR 6-2472 for an appointment 9406. I :3 BR Itt bath $400 down.
.
GE dishwasher. 2 courtyards Pardi W. M. Buckhaman to see Inside (It looks FORDYCEACREAGE (98 per mo.
walk to schools close to even better). FIRST floor 2 BR apt. clean.
U of F .. medical center FHA Warner W. Weseman-Realtor freshly painted Orkln treated 1702 N.W. 38th Dr.
22700. Down $1,700. 1113 N. Main St. monthly. Water turn. Phone
payment I' PARRISHPRESENTS 376-5883. 3 B R. 2 bam $350 dn. $87
Immediate occupancy. Drive by Under 20 acres of beautifully per mOo NOW! FULL-HOUSE
1027 NW 40th Drive. Call Butler FORDYCEREALTOR wooded prime subdivls Ion I AVAILABLE for summer trimester
Brothers.\ 372-9545 dally 376-9048 property $1650 an acre. I 1 and 2 bedroom furnished 4527 & 4617 SE 1st PI.
night. air-
I' Some
r 120 acres of Improved pasture conditioned.apartments.Near University. 4518 & 4608 SE 2nd P1.

land with Pensacola bahia, 916 S.W. 7th Avenue. FR 6-2664. 3 BR, 1 bath, $500 dn. $68
at $240.00 an acre. per mo.
FRED SPACIOUS contemporary 4 bed DELIGHTFUL surroundings. AIR CONDITIONING PALM VIEW
room 2 bath home located on 830 acres. available immediately. Furnished. 2 large rooms. Private 218 SE 39th St. ESTATES
Cou
lovely wooded lot. Fireplaceand for $220.00. bath and entrance.
wan-to-wall carpet In living- Split LevelThis ple. First floor. 708 E. Univ. 3 BR 1 barn $350 down $67 NW 39th Terr. &
mo.
ARNOLDREALTOR per
room. separate dining roo m. delightful 4 bedroom home These and many other fine Ave.
family room. large screened In complete with a tremendous acreage listings available. CALL LARGE front apt. partly furnished. NW 16th Ave.
303 & 313 SE 38th St.
patio. beautiful convenient built recreation room Is waiting near bus line & stores. FrontS AVAILABLE IN ALL
In kitchen. for your Inspection. Down FORDYCE & I side entrances. $85 per mo. 304 & 314 SE 39th St. $16,000 to $20,950FERNWOOD

payment can be arranged ASSOCIATES INC. I Phone 376-5805. 3 BR 1 bath, $500 dn. $44
FINLEY area We have two ,
-
excellent
and also monthly
lovely 4 bedroom homes within terms. Good northwest loca 926 West University Ave. I FOR rent trailer at Newnans per mo. NEW HOMES by
walking distance to the Finley tion. Consult FORDYCE & 376-1236 Lake. $65 mo. Call FR 6-5377. ullfflllllulilInfflilbnLuuEJThe

_ Charm school. beautiful wooded lots- ASSOCIATES INC. 374-1234 FARMS RANCHES ACREAGE' 'FURNISHED apartment. Near -
LANTASTIC entertainment space both homes for Immediate oc. RURAL PROPERTIES business center. Water Furn- following are under construction MANOR
tremendous living room. 3 cupancy. Redwood Shuttersand ished. $60. Phone FR 2-1823 or and will be ready E! Kirkpatrick & PiersonAll I II

bedroom 2 bath home. large WALKING distance to University ROBERTS C. SMITH, REALTOR 2-3794. for occupancy soon. NW 39th St. &
studio, fireplace central a modern touch. S21.500 U.S. Hwy. 441 Micanopy. Fla. .
I heat
J. J. Finley school. 3 bed- will this most attractive LARGE 1 BR upstairs well furnished I 13th PI.
odw air conditioning. Within purchase Ph. 466-3120 NW 29th Ave.
3225
_ room 2 bath brick home with brick home. Lowdown excellent neighborhood. I
walking distance of the F I nleyach.st study and family room. Wooded payment and monthly 4.6 ACRES. beautifully wooded $72.50. 306 N.E. 5th Ave. Fr 6- I BR. 2 bath, $850 dn. $112 $12,250 to $16,000WESTMORLAND

Larte wooded and University lot with campus.privacy lot 147 x 149. Immediate oc payments to suit your bud- home site. N.W. 39th Ave. near 0969. per mo. new 64 homes in Highland Court Manor

alt round. Price $26450. cupancy. get. Consult FORDYCE & Milihopper Rd. intersection. $?/. 1 & 2 BR. 1 blk. from campus feature central heating units convertible also
I ASSOCIATES INC. 376-1236 __WO terms. FR 6-6448. air cond. optional $76 $101 per 3224 NW 29th Ave.
Gt; Living SWIMMING pool 3 bedroom- lovely 2 bath contemporary LOS TRANCOS WOODS mo. Call McKInney Green Inc. 1 BR. 2 bath $750 tin. $102 j to central air conditioning, at your option. Installation -

1 A Garden Wall I 14 ACRE wooded tracts west of 372-3617. per mo
__I COMFORTABLE three tame, carpeted llvlngr 0 0 m charges can be added to your mort-
bedroom. Gainesville. $365 clowntotal
with fireplace. screened ESTATES
porch PRIVATE bath & first
entrance.
two'bath residence In Nor t... central heat and air conditionIng envelopes the well landscaped price $1820. Drive west on New- floor two large rooms for 3236 NW 29th Ave. gage for convenient pay-cs-you-enjoy cooling
Hat: section. Hardwood floors. fenced In yard and shuffle lawn of this 3 bedroom home. I berry Road. turn right en SR adults. Refrigerator and gas 3 BR. 2 bath, $750 dn. 198 comfort in the hot months. It's Addition No. 2
attractively landscaped lot Economical monthly payments summer another -'
No. 241
on board court. and watch for sign on _
A low down _stove Clean. 70S E. Univ. Ave per mo. NW 39th Dr. &
paved street.Income Of $97.50. payment I the right or call anytime for
FOUR BEDROOM two bath will move you Into it. map to be mailed.AIRPLANE NEW 2 bedroom furnished apart 3301 & 3311 significant improvement for your com NW 8th Ave.
home In good location near FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES. ment. Air conditioned. 2 blocks fort by Kirkpatrick & Pierson
*
INC. 376-123 from kitchen. ; NW 30th Ave.
. Boulevard. convenient to downtown OWNERS campus. Electric $20,000 to $30,000
THRBC bedroom stucco Name shopping. Reasonably pric M INTEREST hi private landing _Call 372-4007 after 5:30. 4 BR, 2 bath, $650 dn $91 I
wttn- garage apartment. Apt. field of regulation size with ad-
ed. Immediate possession. Wishing 1 ROOM per mo.
furnished apartment $10 a
renf- ill most of I
pay mortgage laming acreage for homesite
payment. Newly painted Inside MASON MANOR Just listed a for the perfect home? Then and hangar minute from towr week. 3 blocks from square. W 3236 & 3224 Over 20 Models, priced from $12,900
and""'ut. Located In nice, toss your pennies Into this Call block off W. Univ. Ave. 12 N.W.
quiet
_ very neat 4 bedroom. 2 bath anytime. All
3rd St. FR 0-7074. to $17,250 City Services
neighborhood.' Total price S1V home. Large livlngroom central swimming pool. Everythingyou Ralph Realtor NW 30th Ave.
000"*Itft excellent terms. Call toMe heat and air conditioning. could want ki an attractively FOSSEY FURNISHED 1 Br. apt. water 3 B R. 2 bath, $600 dn. $86
Jils one today. Beautiful lot with lovely fenced planned home. 11 W. University Ave. Ph. 376-1359 furn. 31st Ave. N.W. & 9th Terr. per mo. 0 VA and FHA Approved Plans
In back perfect house Family room with fireplace "Selling Florida Since 1906 3129 call FR 6-1817.
for a Tsard.fm Convenient separate dining room kitchen Monthly Payment
!LaJ HomesWE & 3320
3330
to Elementary and Junior wIth breakfast area and an S Free Membership in Exclusive
have two new homes on Breezy High school. elegant front foyer opening NW 30th Ave. From $74.38
Swim !
Point. Lake Geneva. offering Into the living room. Wall 3 BR, 1 bath $550 dn $79.50 j Resident-Restricted Club
excellent boating. fishing and NEW WESTSIDE residential subdivision to wall carpeting Inducted. per mo.
swimming. A 3 bedroom. S batft soon opening. Acre lots. See this lovely home todayl .)
wtth.flreplace and a 3 bedroom. paved streets, outside city S2&300 Consult FORDYCE In Ocala National'Forest .. ,- _!
Camp --
1 beth with garage. Reasonably ns. May we tell you more a.t. : & ASSOCIATES. INC, 376- Min. DownFHA
priced at $17,900. and $14,000, this restricted area. FOR RENT

respectively. RANCHETTE homesltes too- 1236.FORDYCE V5t mi. from Oklawaha River & communitystore. Nothing Down y A

EconomyWELC apparently 10 acres each. Located 124 SE 7th St.SBR.IBath.

on Newberry Road. Just Completely furnished building 1
constructed frame 5 BR $SOO down 5 years on balance. yr. = ,
home, on large lot. Whispering i 1 Year Lease $100 per Mo. = SALES OFFICE

_ _ ptneA scattered around this resident ASSOCIATES old .on private property. Has electricity also
make It attractive for Mt" Mo : """"'" BUILDERS and DEVELOPERS NW 39th Terr. &

INC.REAL some lake lots. $1475 call 325-3094 or 3-25- ALL OUR HOMES ARE I NW 16th Ave.

-- o&$6,500.RNOLD OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY j Tel. FR 2-9545
PARRISH ESTATE EXCHANGORS 4235 Palotka Fla.MYGgD5ON SEEING ANYTIME IF j Sales Office -Located at NE 23rd Blvd. or
MULTIPLE LISTING REALTORS YOU WILL JUST CALL. Nights and HolidaysFR
Grace S. Fordyce Broker 1123 S.E. 4th STREETFR
Realty Company & ASSOCIATES. INC Harvey Benton. Associate 6-5J01 or FR 6-79W and 1 1th Terrace Phone 372-1471 69048.l
_ Multiple Listing Member H. Wayne HlO Helen S. Graham f26 West University Avenue I

W19 W. Univ. Avenue Ph. 372-3522 Carolyn Gar enShlre Mary Parrish 376-1236 !;III -- -- .


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Monday, April 6, 1964 Gainesville Sun 15. .

For Rent I '5 MI.c .For Sale. [ 73 Musical Merchandise 85 Automobiles for Sato 85 Automobile for lalo
I 87 Automobile Wonter I

I SMALL RMS furnished we- MATCHING chest S22. dresser I ENTERING service must sell
fir & garbage disposal (40 S20. Firm double bed $30. Sea- PrintedPattern UPRIGHT PIANO SPECIALS one '5$ T-BIRD EXCEPTIONALLY 1963 Plymouth Fury. 333engine. ALL THESE CARS HAVE
per me. 3702 SW Archer Road. ly twin S30 trunk S2JO, new S50 one $75 one $150; one CLEAN. Arctic white hard top. 4-S-T R&H W-W, 195 to 141 Convertible. Has to be A GOOD WARRANTYAND
stove. FR e0410.UNDERWOOD antique Grand $15. Gridley Music all power. A-C. R a, H, 4 new $200 equity & pick-up pay In good clean condition. Prefer
__
PRIVATE entrance .. bat*, icery Co. FR 2-5353. tires bucket seats. CaU 374-8898. -ments. FR 4-541 standard sniff. WUI pay cash. PAINT JOB

ferred.furnished Ule,NE businessman 7th St. After pro-< excellent cond.elec.S175 157 typewriter Chev., SPINET piano mahogany finish, LIKE- new 1957 MGA 500, Just 1963 CHEVROLET. 4-door Belalr Phone FR 6-(1913. : No

tun. ft ton pick-up, excellent cond., good condition $300. Phone 372- tuned & overhauled new crankshaft factory air 12.000 actual mIles
S595. Call. 37e4BS7. 61... & clutch custom Interior Radio heater. white walls power
FURNISHED room with private $1,000 invested Spring Special ReasonableOffer
asking $800. 30 brakes and steering JU9S. High GAINESVILLE
entrance prlvalt bath. telephone SINGER sewing machine will sett SW 23rd Terrace. FR 4-7170 allowance on trade. FR 6-4009.
112. and garage. Call FR my equity In automatic ZI g 0 14tiji _after 4 pm.CHRYSLER. AUTO SALES
INI BUICK special. 4-Ctoor sedan.
Zag for S24.00.You take balance Automotive
up -' 1940" 4 dr. hardtop standard transmission, white
of six payments at 110.00 1007 N. Main St.
51-A } full power air conditioner. $ walls. Extra clean J1CTS. Will
Wanted T. Rent each or make reasonable of V $3995HAWES
Phone 2.63IS
fer. Machine sold new for $250. 150 cash or take up payments, take trade. FR -4009.. FR Refused!

I or more bedrooms 1 or more Call FR 22C51. 9 77 Mobile Homes for Sale of $3740.FORD.. 1942 Falrlane 500. V-a 1'62 CORVAIR Monza. 2-door 4- Northcentral PlosIda'sIndependent

bathroom unfurnished house. Call 1 PRo mans new dress and work tOJf1 auto trans.. power steering. radio speed floor shift. Radio! white Largest .
FR 2-fJOO after 4:39 tun. weekdays aoL SI. New Revolvers 115.75. sa GREAT Lakes for sale, excellent heater, .air conditioner. walls.! 1395. Will take trade. FR Dealer 60 T.BIRD
or all day weekends. Don Sales Co. Next to Boys. condition. Phone 372-4400 Must sell $1450 or take up -4C09.. Loaded Including factory air,
_Club. en Waldo Rd. crier 6 P.M. payments of $50.22. Call Roger at light green finish. White wall
X Sr. Med. Students want 2 BR 9 QT1 374-2513. 1962 CORVAIR: Monza Convertible. tires. Reduced to
apt. or house for 1 yr. beglnnlno LOST bright carpet colors reStore NOW SHOWING 4-speed floor shift redo: whitewalls
May 1. Fum. or unfurn. them with Blue Lustre. Rent 1964 MOBILE HOMES PRIVATE party one owner. 23,000 miles. S169S. Will $1795
State l location & price. Box 504 Electric Shampooer .$1. McOan- J and 3 bedrooms. all Floor 1960 Olds, two-dr. air cond, trade. FR '-40C9.IM 61 CHEVY :
_pe1. CHI' '. led. Furniture Co. Gainesville Plans. Terms tailored, to meet all power except windows, VOEN Station wagon. Perfect cord
POWERSBody -
4-wheel
1 ton
Center. your budget. Drive e little end clean. JEEP pickup.
..!ebing .seveelotat _very 454-1920 drive. 23.000 miles. New tres.; I tton. 4-cylinder engine staneartransmhs'en .
52 Boarders Wa.t.d NOW you can afford to cook with CONNOLLYMobile 1941 COMET. R" H. excellent SlJM.. WIll teke trade. FR ...oct. '64 tag. Geft*
gas. Gas range used, installed condo 3WXJO ml. Call FR 2- ," now for only
WOULD like to board the elderly FREE with our LP gas. Si5 Home Sales Inc. 3784. Shop $1495
complete. Propane LP 2 Miles North on U. S. 441 4
best In food best In Gas DODGEDARTDODGETRUCKS
.
care.no
Phone 422-4144 IMPALA, 42, SS whIte 2 dr.. 60 CHEVY
SW Archer Road.
bed patients. Reply to box Phone FR *- ;? % 611 SW 3rd St.
3M A In care of Gainesville 5110. Closed Sundays H. T. V-8, auto trans., PS. Impala. v.. Engine. automatic ..
PB fact. Air R aH..
WW.
_., transmission radio heater
..
Sim. DANISH mod. Iv. SPECIAL.10x50 bucket MILLER. FR 2-0538
rm. furniture, seats $2350. Uke new AV 1-Owner. Clean.OPEN .
dressing table desk b. case 1 Mobile home and 50x100 Orig. owner. 372-0149. POOLE-GABLE
54 Business Rentals rugs dishes, Ironer. ste re, tape lot. 1 mile S. of Palnes Prarle. BROWN
rugs dishes. Ironer stereo, All State Mobile Homes. FR ORIGINAL OWNER 9 passenger ___"'*
tape SE First Ave.
119
OFFICE space for rent. Univ. moving.recorder FR odds a-2024.& ends lamps, T1: I II 4-3852. mouth custom station; Suburban wagon.59 Good Ply.! i: 372.4343 1030 L.Univ. esoaFR SUNDAY :

Ave. & Main St. 2nd floor 20e ? TWO bedroom house trailer, S700, condition, P-S P-B, R. H, 2-3582
per so- foot. John Merrill Real FAN 20* guaranteed Dominion one bedroom house trailer $750. I' low mileage. Will sacrificefor I 2-6 2
tors.! 373-1494. fan with portable stand new In Can be re ted. Phone 374-6234 SU5. May be seen. at ANNOUNCINGI
Sept. 1943. $20. Phone FR 2- Monday to Friday to 5. 1325 N.E. 12th' Terr. 62 CORVAIR -
AIR CONDITIONED 219S. THE OPENING
NEARLY new modern office or i- Moms. Mbiomatic. radio heater. ,
location at 3733 West Univ. Ave. GE '63 portable dishwasher excel 40MODELS FOR THE CORRECT NEW 1964 CMC OF I Real Sharp.
Flu FR 4-2472, Weseman Realty. lent condition. 1100. Call FR 2- $1595 .

1113 N. Main St. 0335. TIME ANDPICKUP 4 RaulersonMotors ; 60 BUICK !
ON DISPLAY TO CHOOSE
a STORES FOR RENT ELECTRIC typewriter good condition -
on South Loaded with equipment Includwc
Main. Phone FR 4-478* or 47271 $115. Cad 372473 after w' FROM LOWEST PRICES FR2H11Courtesy air conditioning. See this one.
_3_P-M. weekdays. b -: SMALL DOWN PAYMENT. TRUCKS : Reduced to:

FOR rent 27 x 40 I" Warehouse 2J GOLD leather reclining chair walnut TRAILER MARTHwy. Of $1195 :
W. Univ. Ave. Call FR e-eUI. desk, walnut' square shape 17. Phone 32S-10SO University Chevrolet AS 62 PONTIAC :
ed end table. Phone 374-5460. '
OFFICE SPACE for rent. 626 N. :i OPEN WEEKDAYS I N. Main St. at 16th Ave. LOW Grand Prix. Red with white -
Main St. Phone 374-1480 If nonewer GRAVELY garden tractor with rotary 9220 UNTIL 9 p.m. $175 Interior. Loaded with many ex
_'_ 372-1(23 mower. Excellent condi- Down tree Including air conditioning
tion. $1 so. FR J-3768. 1424 SUNDAYS 1 TO 6 I
GARAGE space for rent. 613 S.W. EAST PALATKA. FLORIDA $2895
2nd St. call John Merrill Real- BRIGGS and Stratton riding mowor. 61 CHEVY ti -
jFR 2-1494. Perfect working condition. FEDERAL QUALITY HOMES 4-dr Impala. Equipped with..
_S50. Phone FR 4-C834. / C FINE CARS 5633 Per Month Including tax title I I cylinder standard shift.. over* -

56 Business Opportunities DOWUNG'S UPHOLSTERY 4820 NW 13th St. 441 South C FAIR PRICES drive. AIR COND.. a tine car
Chairs, low as S3. No money Gainesville 372-5113 life insurance financing charges.NO for the hot summerl -
down, low as S5 per month. Hours I to I. Sunday 11 to 7 0 COURTEOUS $1495
CHURCH BONDS Free estimates, Service Is a must with' us. GIMMICKS be ,
4% Guaranteed negotiable pickup and delivery tITtoi 1Tf4oa-r. SALESMEN Can bought at these 64 CHEVY -
$1000. $SOQ. $250 & $100 de teed. Phone service.374-778A.All work guaran fry w. PROMPT terms! 2. nominations. $40.ooo aggregate WYATTTrailer O Automatic transmission, radio -
terms available. Phcne 372-044 FOR SALE CHEAP. Restaurant Make a smart move sew a SERVICEAll Tropical Pontiac heater. White wall tires. -.
or_454-1171 High Springs. formica counter and 26 stools: shirtwaist In daisy-fresh bright $2960 : -
equipment. Complete fountain. print. You'll move happily comfortably 61 CORVAIR
61 Wanted to Buy and short order equipment. Sf through spring and summer SalesHome these qualities are GMC Truck Center Automatic transmission rad"
Call FR 2-075 or 2-207. Mr. days. standard at:. and heater. Ready to go. )'
WANTED Page. Printed Pattern 9220: Half of II 220 N.W. 8th Ave. FR 23582RAMBLERS Clark Raulerson : Owner, This 1 Is an exception.e'clean ]}
: water
cooler. must be
pa I
Homes
Sizes Who 14V*. 18ft, 20Vt, 22,
ALL :"kendMo low mileage
priced reasonable and In good CHANNEL T. V. antenna ATrstream M VOLKSWAGEN car. Very
24V* Size 16 requires 4H yards
working condition. Call 3724441 Double stack complete. NothIng 39-Inch fabric. Travel TrailersOcala's B&GMOTOR Convertible:! grey with new' Must see and drive to appreciate. .. -
ext24 S-S weekdays.we else to buy. $15. Brants. FIFTY CENTS In coins for this First Mobile Home nylon white top. A-l through .

BUY and 5.IlaIl kinds of furniture 513 N.W. Bth Avenue. pattern add 15 cents for each Dealer Since 1948 CO. out. $1195
1MS
stoves refrigerators USED Chain Saws $Sa up. New pattern for first class mailing 1923 Sliver Springs Blvd. 62 CHEVY :T
clothes. radios TV. etc. ,Call 4 hp saws $395.. We repairall and special handling. Send to Phone 629-1358 It CHEVROLET4door Convertible. Red with red Interior
FR 23937.LARGE chain saws & lawn mowers. Marian Martin, Gainesville Sun Ocala, Fla. Authorized Cadillac, hardtop. Green and white top. 327 engtoe
Chain saw rentals.l McCulloch. | Pattern Dept.. 232 West 13thSt $x30* mobile home newly c o nstructed Oldsmobile Dealer white. Automatic transmission. with standard shift. Boy's ye'
upright freezer. Canoe Wisconsin and Briggs, Stratton New York 11, N.Y. PrIntplainty 10 x 20' cabana.S mln. Power steering power brakes I got to see this beauty to apprec
preferably fiber glass or aluminum. dealer. Florida Saw Co.. FR NAME, ADDRESS with from campus. Town S, Country radio. heater white walls. A late a sharp car. Hot to Col
Phone 472-2000 or 472-2220, 3411.. ZONE SIZE end STYLE NUMBER. Trailer Lodge. Ph. 374-2845. W. New Cars: real nice car. $2195 :
_Newberry_ Florida. I A. Kelly. 115 S.E. 2nd St. $1141 .
CLOSE OUT SALEOn YOUR FREE PATTERN IS J, RAMBLER I
64 Household Goods Wallpaper. We a Roll READY choose It from 250 IT'S FOOLISHto FR 6-7515 Custom 4-door, 4 cylinder When better deals are ma'eI

10 HARPER S.W. 7th St.PAINT CO. design SUMMER Ideas Pattern in new Catalog SPRING-lust pay more. RECKLESS to Used Cars: Wide Selection of 6's and V.8'ln all series. white automatic walls. Real radio.nice car.heater We will make therj}:
T-A-G 372-4366
APPLIANCES out Dresses sportswear coats, pay less. GET THE REAL S44I I
Tested and Guaranteed I morel Send 50 cents now. FACTS. Payments es taw as 2001 N.W. 13th St., 17 CHEVROLET
42 Refrigerators from $39.up SINGERSEWING S57.2 per month with $300 down. FR 6-7515 2-door Vstraight stick.
Ranges from $3* up MACHINE. Will sell my LAKE GENEVA BEFORE YOU BUY GET OUR DEAL 2 tone paint. White walls like
17 Washers from $19 up equity In automatic Zlg Zag 66 Misc. For Sal. Mobile Homes Sales new. I ARDEN
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Dryers from $49 up for $20. You take up balance of Rt. 100 SE Keystone Hts Fia. ON THE LOWEST PRICED AMERICAN SMI
2
Food-Freezers
from It* up 6 payments of $S each or make 51 JEEP i
2 Dishwashers from"" up reasonable offer. 960 KENTUCKIAN x Si' Pick up. PC-150.: 4-wheel drive I
Machine sold & chair, needs
10 TV Sets ONE brown couch with 10' x 45' aluminum I
from $33
up for BUILT CAR! I Worn hubs. Motor completely
new $250.
Call
FR 6.1075.GOLF
JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. cover in fair condition for $25. awntng Lot M Hickory Hill. O Ford overhauled. A-l condition.
41* NW (th Ave.Ph. 372-5303 CLUBS. bag. cart guns, Phone FR 4-8008. $745
REPOSSESSEDCOMPLETE TV. hand tools adding maChine GOLD colored sofa bed, 2 black )0 Tractors & Truck Rentals Falcon SPECIAL STItEll
5 typewriter calculator. laquer step ,tables wild formica Watch your favorite magazines for Rambler's 14 FORD
Make offer. Phone 372-934. toPS. and 2 wrought Iron S Fairlane
RENT a truck one-way anywhereIn Ranch Wagon V-f radio,
ROOMS CAN'T FIND A SUCKER SO I'LL chairs. Call FR 4-9462. the USA. from United Rent. $3 Million Surprise Party Coupons I I heater. New tires. I

J FURNITURE APPLIANCES HAVE TO PLAY FAIR. For fair USED Underwood portable typewriter Ails. 625 NW 8th Ave. FR -3U.. 0 T-Bird $145
prices on washers dish washers good condition. $30. Ph. Several GOOD PICK UPS I MOTORSCorner
Take Over Payments refrigerators & appliance 3725159. 83 Motorcycles & Scooters S Ford FROM I ,
UILOR being transferred out of repairs call FR 4-0247. collar. S2>5 TO $4"
mink cape '
country taking his family with A-1 HANDYMAN SHOP LOVELY make offer. '62 sm. washer. 957 ALLSTATE scooter. In good Trucks RIDGWAY 1611 HawthorneRd. I NW 16th Ave.
MOTOR CO.
Mm wants someone to take overpayments STEEL runs perfectly $40. baby bathl- running condition. Needs little and Main St.
on his furniture aIPpll.nces. loading ramps. Can be excellent cond. $10 FR Used :
FURNITURE consists used for loading farm tractors nette body repair. $45. Call FR 4-4014.
of sofa adI.lr In high I or dozers. Call FR 2-144. 2-1783. VESPA 1962 125 Scooter. Good Cars 371-5285 I FR 2-0486

:f grade nylon. converts to bed. BARBIE TYPE doll clothes condition $190. After 4 p.m. Ph. 1132 S. Main St. FR 2-8433 Home of A-l Used Cars After 7 and Sunday
2 end tables with matching priced lower than commer. 70 Boats-Marine EQulp.! 374-4313. CARS TRUCKS JEEPS FR 6-6957
cocktail. 2 lovely lamps, reclining cial. Other types made on Get TOTAL
chair. 101 sq. ft. of carpet. request. Phone 3724512. 1962 55 cc Ducatl.! good condition I
LANCER Cabin Cruiser $95. Call FR 2-0459 after 4 P.M. PERFORMANCESHAW
CONSOLE TV 16' REGAL
21" _
INCOMPLETE set of Reed & and trailer. Phone 2-5489. and Sat. & Sun. --. --... ..
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EDRM. consists of full size dresser Barton, The Lark" sterling AT ---- _-- -
1960 NORTON _
chest aU bookcase bed. silver also Lennox "Prlneeu"Chin. 15' CROSBY Fiberglass boat with motorcycle 600 cc. 1"I
Keys' room consists of set maple Phone 374-0334. 50 HP Evlnrude motor trailer, In excellent condition. $400. CiKEETER
Call 454-1041 after 7:00 P.M.
bunk beds with match I n g all In excellent condition. Good
chest 7 pc. dinette with for. THE best costs less. Unrivaled buy at SHOO. May be seen at
service. Your Philgas, Distri HAWES-POWERS USED CARS I
mica top. Family she refrlger. butor. Fullgas. Inc. 374-532 Gator Marine. 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS
etor & stove also Included.
TEN hp. Mercury outboard motor -
4'' ORIG.PRICE$1176BAL SPRING SALE ON Qood condition, $50. Contact SPRING AUTO TUNE-UP 230 W. UniversityFR
DUE $297_ ZIG ZAG AUTOMATIC 572-4114. Your car's pep & power show 2-0503
SEWING MACHINESUp tip with a tune-vp>> at BROWN'S SMITTY SAYS
WKLY PAYM'TS $2.50No to 50 per cent off on such 72 Office Equipment SERVICE CENTER. Guaranteed :
payment famous name brands White recapping & wheel alignment.
down. no
money 8at N. Main. FR 4-4310.
New Home Pfaff. Necchi
Ask for Sears Furniture
til May. GAINESVILLE'S largest volume
plus liberal trade-In, don't

In storagE NATIONAL.t miss SALE It. ENDS APRIL 30' r flee Office supply Equipment dealer Co. Invites of-I 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE RAMBLERTRADEINS If You Need a Car and Really want to save some money

to In and shop. or call
FURNITURE WAREHOUSE Sewing Machine Service Co. come CORVAIR. 1960 4DR. automatic .
Blvd.. FL 9-2561 free delivery. Chesnufs Office transmission, radio 4 .
Beach
U22 115 W. Univ. Ave. FR 61075.
Open DAILY *-,.Sat. t-4. Sun. 12-6 Equipment Co. 106 W. Univ. I heater excellent cond. $895. ARE CLEANER SEE US NOW! \
t Jacksonville Fla.FOR STOP! Ave. In Downtown Gainesville.TAX Ph. evenings FR 4-7883. . .,

SALE 10' Admiral auto Mobile homo owner. dont tear TIME. Adding machines and CHEVY 1957 station wagon, V-4. BETTER CARS II .
defrost refrigerator with freezr out those windows. DON't cut calculators. New and used. Park excellent cond., new tires.

-*"t, CIII 371-4457.. holes In Inefficient your home window to air install er's The Complete only authorized Office Olivetti Outfitters.. FR Best 44536.CORVAIR offer. Phone 373-4423 er If You Don: Like These Prices ..

65 Antiques MOBILE conditioner HOME For economical CENTRALAIR Underwood Agent In Gainesville.Ph. Mama, '43, equipped 63 RAMBLER ,.'.
CONDITIONING SYSTEMS 3722555. 601 W. Univ. Ave. with radio\ heater white sidewall 4driW Cross Country station '
for sale. Call call "Dan" FR0427.. tires. 8,000 actual miles wagon automatic transmission. '
ANTIQUE'''-6310. organ A-1 HANDYMAN SHOP 73 Musical Merchandise Assume payments small equi heater Individual reclining : MAKE US AN OFFER :
ty. Will consider older car for seats. ', 00 actual miles. NEWI
COLEMAN upflow oil fired furnace -
equity. Call owner at 372-8441
66 Mise .For Sale. with gun type burner. UnitIn ORGAN SALEOf ext. 33. 8-5 weekdays. $2495 ;j "
excel. Cond. Will Sacrifice.
HELZEL CO.. 002 SE 4th St. Christmas Left overs. All CHEVY BEL AIR '55 H-T V-a ; :
PLEASE HELP take up payments new organs. Savings up to 30 clean. snappy & good all around. : 60 FINE CARS TO CHOOSE FROM.
to protect customer's credit I
ELECTROLUXSOLD per cent. Earl's Piano Co. 201 N. W. 33rd Ave.
Three rooms of furniture -
702 W. Univ. Ave. 312-2222 63 RamblerClassic
having to be returned living new MO. Now U*. Like new. I CHEVROLET 1941 4-door. air
room. bedroom and dinette. See Guaranteed. HEATHKIT F.M. tuner. Good sen- conditioned. radio heater. Big 4-dr 'MO*. automatic .
at McDanlell Furniture G"vllle THE KIRBY CO. sltlvlty good performance. $35. motor. Power brakes like new. air conditioned radio. heater
Shopping 712 N. Main FR 4-7110 or t-1117. I Phone 3744009. CaU FR 6-4282 after 6 p.m. like new In and out. 63 NEWPORT, 4-dr sedan, PS, PB_ R&H, AT, Air cond . .... $2695


CORVETTE 8,000 ml never 1964 titled gold Ps.fallback PB. $2395 63 DODGE, 440, 4-dr sedan, PS, Air cond, R&H, nice ........ ............ $2795
AM & FM radio 300HP power

Center.SE;RVICAnd ]ESsiness glide FR 2-9303., posltraction. Colin Murphy 62 RAMBLER 63 VALIANT, 2-dr, V-200, AT, heater, 14,000 miles, sharp . $1745

DODGE 1952 4-door good running I
condition' S10Q. Call 376- Ambassador 400. wide bucket 63 SAAB, 2-dr, 4-speed transmission, R&H ,like new .... .... . .... $1345
2178 after 6. seats. Automatic transmission,

DODGE 1949 MUST SELL. 4 dr. radio. ,heater power steering AIR CONDITIONED power- 63 FIAT, 4-dr 1 1100, heater, like new condition .... .... . .... ........ $1095

Home Bu sedan runs Good. has 4 oood steering, power brakes. like
tires. $165. Call FR 2-9772. new. 62 RAMBLER, 4-dr, automatic, radio, heater, nice ........ . .... $1475

ENGLISH: FORD Consul con
vert. '41, good cond. Down pay $2295 62 VALIANT, V-200, 4-dr, heater, 16,000 actual miles, sharp .... $1495
CarpentryWORK Repairs ment and take over few remainIng -

I 372-5478.payments. 510 NE 6th Ave. 62 RAMBLER 62 VW, Sunroof, sharp. Ready to go ............ .... . .... ...... .... $1395
wanted: Carpenter desires A-l HANDYMAN SHOP
FORD. 1957. 4 dr.. stand. shift. Custom *dr. Sedan automatic '
work.,,. 24102.Repairs remodel In g. t FIRST In Air Conditioning and 50.000 actual miles. Very clean. radio, neater air conditioned 62 FORD, 4-dr. _Galaxie, PS, Automatic, R&H, Perfect ...._....................._. $1795
I Appliance Repairs FR_.60267._ i Best offer. Phone 372-5478 er power steering. Individual -

CsbUi.t 4I CosmeticsHAVE RemodelingNEED can be seen at 510 NE 4th Ave. carl reclining teats. A beautiful 62 TEMPEST, 4-dr wagon, radio, heater . .... .... .... ...... . $1495
r v worts I I LANCER 61. mod-770 4 Dr. s-stlck.

FUN making up your A NEW Florida room car. Mr.new Balwln tires. 39,000 374-4404.mL BaU $940. $1695OPEN CHEVROLET_ V2 Ton pickup. Really a nice truck ............ . ........ $1595

friends and earn 14040 per week port. patio, screened-ln porch MERCURY 1955 9 passenger I 61 PLYMOUTH 4-dr ((2)) PS R&H automatic Air cond $1395
by showing Vlviana Woodard So-
etc.? Call now and get It done V-I wagon auto trans.. radio wagon, .
Rare Beauty Program. Call 376- for the summer months. Cat heater excellent condition. 8-8 I IMOH.SA

14(0 for 371-ian.Information. If no answer 37J-W estimates.( after 5 P.M. for free owner. $500. 372-2340. 1 T. 61 OLDS, 4-dr '88', PS, PB, Radio, heater, automatic .... .... .... .... $1495

_ _
An HOUR" OP BEAUTY will make BUILDING. remodeling painting. OLDS AT. 'PB.5V, Fiesta PS. W-W station R&H.wagon.$725. Meet Davenport our.salesmen P. G. Holder: Carl 60 CHEVY, 4-dr Irr.palo: automatic, radio, heater, Air cond . .... $1495
a new youat MERLE NOR. block and cement work. Good Low mileage. :3001 NE 13th St. Elmer I
Miller. Clint Fleming
MAN COSMETICS STUDIO. work Good prices. Phone 46 a1177. FR 2-449.
Learn professional make-up and Albert Plant. 60 DODGE, 4-dr, automatic, radio, heater, PS, Air cond ................ . $795
tales
secrets by trained beauty 'K.I'fL OLDS 1940. 2-door factory stick. manager.

\and J-312 il) W. Univ. Ave. FR PALATKA WORKS. Railings ORNAMENTAL.. porch IRON columns Good Good running Cond. $975.cond. S22 1954$. Ronnie OLDS. PLYMOUTH_ 4-dr wagon, automatic, heater, sharp as a pin .... . $845
made to your specifications. I,
U Young. 372-5097.
61
Phone :325-400. Palette CHRYSLER I 59 CHEVROLET 4-dr hardtop PS PB R&H _AT Air cond nice .... .... $925
,
after i p NL. reverse the charges RAMBLER. 195$. station wagon 4-dr Sedan automatic) power ,
FIRE EXTINGUISHERSFLORIDA radio, heater power steering. steering and brakes ar! conditioned
power brakes. auto trans., air BEAUTIFULI I 58 CHEVROLET, 2-dr, a real good car for the money .... .... . .... $295
FIREEXTINGUISHER cond. Real dean buy 195. Call

Sales and Service CO. Upholstery Vent Chason. 376-7660. $1695 I H 58 BUICK,4-dr'Sedan, PS, PB, R&H, AT, conditioned . ............ $700
VOLKSWAGEN. 194X AM-FM
radio.
All types of Fir Extinguishers UPHOLSTER your furniture It Seat belts. White wall tires. I
Pick up and delivery service reasonable prices. Call Salty Like new. Can be seen at 401 57 PLYMOUTH, 2-dr hardtop, Automatic, radio, heater .... . ........ $395
373531 C. R. Thomas Plv 37MWGainesville 60 FALCON2dr
Exnerlence. FR 4- tM NW 34th St. Call 372-449S.

Fla. VOLKSWAGEN '61. $200 equity Sedan. Clean and ready togo I 56 CHRYSLER, 4-dr, runs real good. _A good buy for you ............ . $345
SewingAlterationsSEAMSTRESS and take up payments. Call '47V SAVE. -

FTO \ ?and Mortgage Broker I do sewing of eli I BRING 2533. out the best In your ca.1 I $745 :! 55 CHEVROLET, 4-dr, 2 to choose from, good cars .... .... .... ...._....... $225

kinds DressmfkTng.. Mr
Superior Auto painting abody)
FHA and conventional at lowest
C. AibelU 3434 N.W. hut work. Fast dependable service
current rales. Terms to 2i :
race 372-0655. free pickuo. delivery WRIGHT'SBODY I. 59 BUICK
Serv. years. Will gladly discuss at 110ObIIg.tlon.
Serv Call tomorrow.J. FR.4-9707.WORKS. 2031 NW Ilk SL LeSabre 4-dr Sedan automatictransmission [ SPECIAL I SPECIAL
W. KIRKPATRICK. Realtor radio heater,
... a, Sewing Machine RepainrCALI !
3)N.MatsSt. Ph. FR 1444 hard-f
55 CHEVROLET. 2-dr. power steering and brakes. 59 IMPERIAL .... . .... $1195
FRED B. ARNOLD top. new paint and tires. Good AIR CONDITIONEDt 60 LARK .... . ...... ........ $56d
REALTOR -SEWING MACHINE SER. condition; only $.C2S.. $1095 4-dr hardtop power steering power brakes radio
VICE University 57 PONTIAC. Convertible. S295.
CO. 115 W.
FHA AND CONVENTIONALLOANS 2-dr hardtop heater.
.: Ave. 370075. We repair aMafcM Wright's Body Works, 2031 NW automatic radio hooter automatic, air conditioned too!
llt Worn fully OV.'IIItH'd.Tires 4th St, 4-9707.. after 4. 372-
lilt. W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 379-382 5804.
for
auttwrte- MORTGAGE MONEY Alignment FOR sale 1941 antique CadO- 59 FORD
Jack IV* per cent Interest. Terms tots Brake Service lac. excellent cond. Can FR 2- Galaxle 100 4-dr hardtop. Automatic
BRAKE years. 1179. After 6 p-m. radio neater, new tires.A -
1314 S. BUY BUILD REFINANCECall I
VACATION SPECIALON '42 VW SUNROOF rich anthracite SEW cream puff. PRICED TO Phone SPECIAL I-YEAR GW

tt] NW U SU PH. FR 2-2511 gray one-owner local pwretm-
Dan Byrd famous nationally known Mohawk and maintenance records excellent $995No I 61 S RIT.E ........ .... .... ...... $945
tires . Save up condition low mileage. toa4 l 3400 WARRANTY
:
GLADYS Smith Realtor. FHA 50% on new tires. See our ,. : with extra: heaterradlowhitestdewaiiswWxJshieid i Corwertlbre_ Nee. nice! '
GLASS ** our only bwi- and conventional loans. Low wrap around retread that gives : washer-frgnt .
itass. Immediate Installation rates. Terms to SS years. 122t more mileage 4 traction. Lat I .. rear seat belts-utility shelfbackup Down Payment
free pickup A delivery. Add _W. Univ. Ave. 37TWW. nee Tire Co. eJJ N. Main S lights-headrests-side mlrrtv.ventshatfe .
beauty a. value to your car I FORDYCE and Associates. Inc. t.1 *. Purchase cost S1935.
MAULDIN'S AUTO GLASS CO. F.M-A. loans WINDOW CLEANING! SPECIAL SALE PRICE JIBS. 57 FORD. wi3oi $395
Conventional and
jjj NW. *tt'> St. FR 6-2355.. with low rate and long term I Phone between 5-* P.M. 372-3721. 57 PLYMOUTH .$395 !

loam our specialty. Quick. courteous WINDOWS Cleaned floor cleaned 1WJ CHEVY II Station wagon, .57 CHEVY. wagon $stS Hawes Powers Motor Co.
Bulldozing confidential service. Call and waxed houses washed, 10yrs. Air conditioned auto. trans, 59 RAMBLER wif. $595 -
37-I23i or come by tU West '. experience. Free estimates. radio & heater three wItS 55 CHEVY. 4-0. $295
SMALL bulldozer loader Gum, University Avenue. Grace For Phone FR J-5WS. white side waits. 4M miles
trucks, fill flirt time rock. TopIIIL <
ho*, Phone wheel 3737546.SULLDOZERS &tractors.Dragline. motor Back PAINTINGPAINTING Yard Work 8171 felts P.M.II I up to payments.*:-37>*7M Call after 372-S I Many more te choose from I Plymouth-VaHant-ChrysIer-lmperial-Simca! Sales and Service ;


grader. Free estimates. W. 0.Puck Also Screens repaired CHARLES WORSHAM specializing!
( :' JoI0t. Fit 6-621.. window glass replaced. PhoneFR In lawn mowing edging .. prun MOBILE HOMES RIDGWAYMOTOR I j .-.

Carpentry -im.. Ing FR 4-1M anytime. II t FEDERAL QUALITY I "We will not be undersold or out-traded"

CO.
PlumbingSEWER. Sun Want Ads 1 Mi. H. .. 441

OXADY CABINET WORKS I at City Limit Sip 312 N. Main St. FR 6340049RoolII.
Custom built cabinet and moldIngs I INSTALLEDNEW i CAU.372HI3WI I 1132 S. Main St.

refinishing and spray & used flxtum. complete Get Results TRADE FR 2-8433
tIn p.umblng se.v.ce "BIG" JIM I IfILIEiI
IRa Ie University Avenue I HUGULEY oalneivUle Plumbing FOR ANYTHING
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