Gainesville sun
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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
Alternate Title: Sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: April 7, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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MacArthur *g Body an': State' for Nation .Tributes ': !

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,. NEW YORK (AP-A shriv- ,in line, the 7th Regiment Ar- bishop of New York; the Rt. Army> Navy, Air Force and The 7th Regiment, which drills The widow, Jean MacArthur, tic record of all time, and later

eled yet somehow majestic figure mory, home of "the Silk Stock Rev. Horace W. B. Donegan, Coast Guard enlisted men were there, is 158 years old, an out- and son, Arthur, 26, visited the was superintendent; in New

in simple sun tan uniform ing Regiment," will remain Episcopal bishop of New York; drilled so they would be perfectin growth of colonial militia. Its funeral home for about five York, as well as other Army

lay in a history-laden armorY open. the Rev. Terence J. Finaly, rector today's funeral events. A men, who must be "gentlemen"have minutes. areas on the continent, and at

k today, a magnet for Americans First there were to be reli- of St. Bartholomew's Epis- man from each service was to won honors in World Wars The general was clad in the selected points in the Pacific.In .

conscious of their heritage. gious services and a presidential copal Church here and ministerto stand exactly two paces from I and II. tropical uniform he wore in the Washington, leaders of Con-

New Yorkers and visitors to tribute to, the 84-year-old the MacArthur family, and the casket's corner, frozen at The body lay at the Universal Pacific war and during the Korean gress made arrangements for

the metropolis had an oppor- warrior who died Sunday in Rabbi Max Schenk, president of attention. Funeral Chapel, Lexington Avenue summers. In accordancewith the body to lie in state in the

tunity to view the body of Washington after three major the New York Board of Rabbis.In The regimental armory, where and 52nd Street, not far his custom, he wore none Capitol rotunda Wednesday and

General of the Army Douglas operations. Washington President John- the simple casket of cold rolled from the hotel apartment where of his many medals, just the Thursday. The general will be

MacArthur and meditate on his Clergymen expected to pray son appointed Lt. Gen. GarrisonH. steel, standard Army issue, was MacArthur had lived the past 13 five stars of his rank. buried in the MacArthur Memorial

60 years of service to the re- at the casket in the armory on Davidson, commander of the placed during the night on a years. Only members of the As the body lay in repose, building at Norfolk, Va.,

public. Park Avenue at 67th Street 1st Army, as his personal repre- black-draped catafalque, datesto family and intimate friends 19-gun salutes roared at many Saturday, after funeral servicesat

_From 10 a.m. until as far into were: Francis Cardinal Spell- sentative to lay a wreath on the 1880. It is a red brick building were permitted to view the places-at West Point where he St. Paul's Episcopal Churchin

.,.Jthe. night as any mourners are man, Roman Catholic arch- casket. topped by parapets. body. made the most brilliant scholas- that city.

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_ county politicians met last

t night to talk about their records -
exchange promises and to (AP) In- Kfro U ark Ltut "

trade a few oratorical blows. formed sources said today the NEW YORK Waiters from Lindy's and the Columns Roomof

Perhaps they were warming Soviet Union has been pullingits the Savoy Hilton Hotel Monday challenged the income tax col
up for what could develop intoa i lector's assumption that the average customer tips 15 per cent of
aY troops out of Cuba in con-
sultry political season, but it the bill.
stayed pretty cool last night.It siderable numbers. A more realistic average for tips would be 7% to 8 per cent,

i was the second of 16 rallies U.S. officials confirmed this, the waiters testified in the United States tax court here. They have '

scheduled for candidates for but usual. asked the court to reduce the taxes assessed on the 15 per cent
as declined to esti-
( county offices between now and basis. The Internal Revenue Service is defending the rate.

the May 5 primary election.An mate how many Soviet militarymen "One Easter Sunday I took in $180 and got $11 in tips," said

estimated 150 persons- still are in Cuba. Albert Sidel of Lindy's. This restaurant's clientele is so preponder-

_ many of them candidates, can- At the time of the Cuban mis- antly transient that "you seldom see the same face again," he added.A .
didates' families and committed spokesman for the 30-man group said waiters would prefer
sile crisis in October 1962 it was
supporters gathered that the "degarding" custom of tipping be abolished and that a
f.I: around a pickup truck in this Towering high above workmen on the North Central Baptist Church is the city's estimated that 22,000 Soviet "service charge" be added to the bill instead. European restaurantsand

Northwestern Alachua County tallest church steeple-108 feet. The copper-clad spire was recently hoisted atop the troops, many of them in organ- hotels customarily charge 15 per cent for service, and

community.About sanctuary under construction and should be completely set in place within the next ized combat units, were in tipping in addition is not expected.The .

every three minutes a two weeks. (Photo by Eddie Davis) Cuba. A number of them were waiters declared that they were contesting their tax assess-

) new candidate would take the technical experts in Cuba. A ments as a principle, the amounts involved being small. They

rostrum-the pickup truck bed. acknowledge incomes in ;the neighborhood of $4,000 a year, about

subdued.But The temper. of the rally was _Tells of Wild Ride' With LBJ experts number in of the them long-range were technical weap- half being tips received in addition to salaries of $40 a week or less.

'" ons and other war Moscow
almost gear -
thing was because said calmly, the every-few NEW YORK (AP) Time miles an hour, Johnson told'a dozen pigs, Time saia, the Pres- has poured into Cuba to makeit -0 L

_ + oratorical barbs fired were con- magazine says President John news conference last week he ident offered to pose for a photo the most powerful military na-
: spicuous. son-with a paper cup of beer was unaware he had ever exceeded with a pig if reporters could tion in Latin America. Mrs. Bethea Joins
distance"gunned Texas' limit of 70. catch one-and
"within easy sipping speed "guffawed ex-
Candidates for only four of
Last October U.S. officials in-
be de- his cream-colored Lin- Time says Johnson took three huberantly" as the sow chargedthe
the elected jobs that will
_ cided by the voters this year coln Continental up a long Tex- newswomen and a male reporter frightened photographers, dicated that a report that the Soviet -

sniped at each other during as hill and the driver of an in his Lincoln, while other as he knew it would. troop presence had droppedto City Election Suit
less than
last night's rally. oncoming car veered off the reporters and photographers Johnson finished his own cup 7,600 was a pretty
road. followed in five other Johnson- of beer, Time said, refilled once fair guess. Presumably the, cur- -
The snipers were in the coun-
ty judge, sheriff, public defender One passenger groaned, owned vehicles. from a newswoman's cup and rent figure is somewhere around Circuit Judge George Patton know at this point which is the
and state representativeraces. "That's the closest John McCormack "The whole caravan jouncedat sped off at 90 miles per hour for 4,000. late this morning granted Registration best to take for Mrs. Bethea."

has come to the high speeds across a pasture, more. The most recent formal state- Supervisor Mrs., Alma He said the

I "The pressures of his office White House yet," the maga- zig zagging around dung Newsweek said that after the ment by a U.S. government Bethea's request that she be allowed ervisor's registration for interven-sup
E sometimes show up in his! zine said. mounds and clusters of fat hill passing incident, Johnson agency on,the Soviet troop situ- to intervene with the defendants tion was made because of Dr.

work," County Judge candidate Newsweek magazine carrieda white-faced cattle," Time said. pulled up at a ranch house and ation in Cuba came in a nine. in Dr. Edwin Andrews' Andrews' claims of registration

John Connell charged of incum- similar account of Johnson's Johnson blew the cow like asked "is the Secret Service word observation ,all but buriedin city election suit. irregularities in his suit againstthe
Easter weekend horn his at the cattle, still with ?" The
McDonald. Con- driving over on car us magazinesaid State to
bent H. H. a report Judge Patton said the order City Canvass Board and By-
when he and and Time said one newswoman the car with the
gave newsmen securitymen the House Foreign Affairs Com-
nell, without citing specifics, ac- was issued and was being pre- ron Winn. The request was filed
newswomen an impromptu tour recalled he once gave "a very in it had been left behindon
cused McDonald of "not always mittee. It said: "Most Soviet pared by Mrs. Bethea's attorney in circuit court yesterday after.
being fair and impartial." of his ranch. graphic description" of the sex the highway "caught behindcars troops have been withdrawn Richard Wilson, for his signa- noon.
"You have a right to be listen- Asked about newspaper re- life of a bull. Mr.,Johnson had passed on from the island." .

ed to and have the facts of a ports that he drove up to 90 Spotting a sow with a half the way." 9 ture.A Last night, the GainesvilleCity

case discussed before a decis- McGeorge Bundy, special as- hearing on the case before Commission passed a reso-,

ion is made. But it's not always sistant to President Johnson on Judge Patton was set for 1:30
international security affairs, (See BETHEA on Page 2))
next at this
I done, Connell p.m.
He called on statements by Residents Win said in an interview on a radio morning's hearing.No .

1 McDonald in 1956 and 1960 that WHERETO and television show, ABC's "Is- Sellers
sues and Answers," last Sun- objections were raised by :
he would quit after one more
day that "there are muchfewer" either City Attorney Osee Fagan -
term. Carol Estates Fight FIND IT Russian soldiers in Cuba or Dr. Andrews' attorney,
"The only way he'll step downIs William Graham, to Mrs. Be- Stricken,
be defeated at the polls,
said '-' 0 Comics . . 12 now.But thea's request to intervene.
Connell said. McDonald he said it is lot harderto
he wasn't ready to step down By JEAN CARVER Highlands Presbyterian Classified . ,13I5Entertainment count soldiers, a"especially Late this morning 'Wilson said Is 'Critical9HOLLYWOOD
and was ready and equipped to Sun Staff Writer Church minister Rev. William 8 when they are In checked he intends to file additional motions -
o Obituaries 2
continue operating the countyjudge's Carol Estates property own- Shea asked the commission to Opinion Page . 4 shirts," than it was to count later in the week but said (AP-Britkh)
office. consider the land's use as a missiles. He wouldn't want to he could not explain what the actor Peter Sellers, 38, took a
ers won their fight against a o Sports . .9, 10Women's
Connell, who isn't an attorney possible site for a new school.He pretend "that we know exactly form would be. turn for the worse today after
Miami i firm's plan to build'small a .V, 6
said I the county judge how many" Soviet soldiers are "There are several avenues suffering a heart attack Mon
doesn't need a law degree. shopping center and gar- requested that a land use still there.commentator. open," Wilson said. "I don't day. A spokesman at Cedars of

"This is a human relations den apartment near Metcalfe study be instigated by the com- Lebanon Hospital said his condition
mission to determine the best
:court," he said. is considered criticaL
School but they get a
may use of the land, noting there is
,":-' He cited his degree in criminology
larger one instead. limited property available for Tells The said
IT experience as a parole British Political Expert spokesman complications
schools in northeast Gainesville.
officer and work as a counselorat City Commissioners voted developed early todayas
result of shock and disturbance
a -
Sunland Training Center as against the rezoning recom- University of Florida real estate -

some of his qualifications to operate mended by the City Plan Board, professor Dr. Alfred Ring, of the. rhythm of Sellers'heartbeat.
a Uh u man relations a consultant for the Miami developers Election Outlook BackgroundBy
leaving the 16-acre site zoned At 4:30 aim, he was transferred -
court.1' ] said the is ,
In the sheriff's race, R. D. solely for a shopping center. The worth $10,000 an acre and overa from his private room tan

(Bob) Jordan attacked Sheriff land is north of 16th Avenue be six-year construction plan it MARTY SCHRAM and University of ment into the world spotlight, intensive care wilt caHed.and
Joe Crevasse by charging 80 tween N.E. 9th and 12th Street. would be economically feasibleto The next prime minister of London professor noted that as "When Her Majesty's minis- another stricken was at h
The actor *
per cent of Crevasse's cam- develop a $1.5 million shopping Great Britain is likely to be a 1964 will be the first time in ters began writing their: love was what the &
paign literature is being distri- A representative of Invest- center. British version of Richard Nix- 40 years that both the United letters on War Office station- home hospital
moderate heart
ic-_ buted around the county at the ment Property Builders Inc. in- on, a noted English political an- States and Britain will be elect- ery." first called a
expense of the taxpayers in Commissioners split 3-2 in reJecting heads McKenzie reported that since attack.
their governmental
dedicated last night that the Mi- alyst observed here last night.Dr. ing He has been working in his
deputies. the recommended rezon- than Britain's
sheriffs 1885 parties
0 the
during same
McKenzie year.
would before
demanded halt in ami firm appear with Commissioners first Hollywood film, "Kfeg Me
:: Jordan a the plan board next month witha ing Byron ing at the University of Flori- "The last time our election Conservative Party have head-
the practice.The for Winn Ed Turlington and Jim da's Law School Auditorium, years coincided was in 1924," ed a majority government only Stupid.
site plan a proposed shop- for Harold Ml-
challenger, a former deputy ping center for the entire 16-acre Richardson voting to oppose the said that Britain's socialist La- he said. "You elected Cal Cool- twice-once in 1906 (the Liberal A spokesman of the film,
and past counselor in thecounty's rezoning. bor Party headed by Harold idge and we elected Stanley Party) and again in 1945 (Labor risch, producer
tractPlan such that BOone
juvenile court also said: "It a part
'' Party)
Commissioner Howard Wilson is listed as a 9--2 favorite Baldwin. could
Mayor Sellers
...,said the county "needs a full- Board Chairman Arnold by England's bookies. "Whatever happens, I don'tthink And he attributed the over-all
and CommissionerAlan know who
McKinney We don't
L sheriff." And he thinks the Britain's play.
time Butt told the commission last Sutherland favored the re- and I'm thinking of taking it we can help but do better strength of conserva- could get to replace him.
merit system of employment night the plan board felt the myself!" this time. tives to the fact that -although we this
should be installed in the sheriffs alternate zoning that would allow "Wilson," he added, "is sort The exact date of the British it is the party of the wealthy Our insurance of and covers I have us on a feel-
sort thing,
office. part of the property be -other action last night the of a British Dick Nixon-you elections is not permanently fix- 'and the upper class-it main- will suspend the picture
Crevasse cited his nine years zoned for residential use and commission: can't be sure where he standson ed by law, but rather is left to tains much working class support ing we Peter Sellers
of experience in his office, his the remainder for the shopping some issues." the discretion of the prime min- until "we can get
and his work Referred a list of approxi- "This is because the Conser- back.
center was best suited for the McKenzie noted that althoughthe ister. And as of now, Prime
of the most
during his tenure. residential' neighborhood. mately 15 complaints about sew- Labor Party officially lists Minister Lord Home has yet vative leaders look at things realistically The actor one comedians
He said that during his terms er assessments from the West the date.McKenzie's and are willing to versatile of
itself to
as a group, to the
Gainesville to the taken by ambulance
for the project
property sewer was
assisted Spokesman America's
..-be "has every person their elected leader Wilson, speech was fre- compromise. conservative -
Richard Wilson, real estate-committee for study movement do wellto hospital where his condition was
who has come to me need. owners was confesses that he was never ableto quently interspersed with subtle might "
'lJng help." Crevasse cited vigorOus who said he was appearing as before a commission bearing of the tongue-in-cheek off- the cuff heed this example," he said. first reported as "very severe.
: beyond two
; get
:! law enforcement under his a property owner and private date on the complaints ,is set Karl Marx classic page"Das Kapi- asides. During the reign of Queen Vic- Later. a hospital suffered bulletin moderate said.

direction. citizen, not as an attorney for For example, he referred to toria, he said, Prime Minister "Mr. Sellers a
Agreed to devote next Monday's tal. attack, and his c Sedition t-
-Robert G. (Chief) Justiss the Carol Estates residents. meeting to bond issue "Wilson says he learned more the Profumo affair, which Disraeli's Conservative govern- was listed as fair. He is ex-

slapped at incumbent R. A. He presented a petition signedby matters and discussion of the socialism from the Boy Scouts," brought the problems of former ment championed the cause of pected to be hospitalized for
worker and re-
(Buzzy) Green's youth. Conservative Prime Minister the factory gave
<$6 million capital improvements said McKenzie
425 property owners object- Harold Macmillan's govern- (See BRITISH on Page t) several weeks.
C (See RALLY on Page 2)) ing to the rezoning. program. The famed British television
1 "



Report Switch In Viet Nam
About Weather Roundup Qbituarit Rights Bill Gets f :-:-

__. : WASHINGTON (AP) There Harkins will be 60 on May 15.

-H "' to I WILLIAM HICKS have been persistent reports In July he will reach his-35th I
Bethea i that Gen. Paul D. Harkins soon :
in service and his fifth in
: William Andrew Hicks, 89, Wis. Test TodayBy will be replaced as U.s. military year
-*. died last night at Alachua Gen- commander in South Viet Nam the permanent grade of major I

From Page 1 eral Hospital after a short ill but the Pentagon says no such general. This automatically
'ness. Hicks who lives in_ Ring- PAUL CLIFFORD j White House press secretary order has been issued. means retirement unless the
-11 = lution authorizing City Attorney I A -and Mostly thunder cloudy.showers scattered this afternoon showers -- gold, Ga., was visiting His son, MILWAUKEE Wis. (AP) -' George Reedy said Monday Actually, Washington would White House or Pentagon de-
I and tonight and In east portion wreeanar Fred Hicks, 2415 S.E. 10th Ave., night in Washington the tele- not have to take cides upon a deferral up to 64.
:S Osee Fagan to proceed with his Wednesday. Low tonight In 40s. high Wisconsin voters choose today a positive action -
= defense of Wednesday 61 to 7...' Southerly 12 to when he was taken ill. He wasa gram was "solely and'simply a if it wanted a new man in
the canvass board. between their JohnW.
22 mile winds this afternoon shifting governor,
rr to northerly W to 24 mile winds tonight -, rat native of North Carolina, born telegram which was sent to a the job.
and Gov. George
: Following the commission and early Wednesday. f there in 1875. Reynolds, Democratic fund-raising dinner CHIMNEY
F (Advertisement
C. Wallace of Alabama in a
meeting, the commission informally B, C, D Partly cloudy and Funeral services will be heldin which as far as we were in- Sell CORNERS
that has things through For Sale
; discussed the defenseof warm through Wednes- Rossville, Ga. Graveside presidential primary formed, was being given in honor ads rent fey Bassett
the suit with will be at the Chicka- evolved into a referendum on spare rooms through
Fagan. .. services of the governor of Wisconsin. II WALKERFurniture
day. Showers likely Wednes- a Cemetery Chickamauga -the federal civil rights bilL .IIThe For Rent ads or find a good job U NW sib Ave.
j The city attorney gave no In. day. Low tonight near 70, high Ga. with Jones-Johnson Fu- in the Help Wanted ads and "Furniture Thar A Joy
!is running as a fa- II To Live with
t "dication when he would respond Wednesday 80 to 85. South- neral Home in charge. Reynolds White House l policy of not money comes FAST to you!
Z vorite pledged to cast Wis-
to the defeated candidate's suit son,
erly 15 to 22 mile winds.E. Hicks i* survived by one consin's 46 votes in the Democratic intervening in any primaries
=contesting the March 17 dec- daughter, Mrs. Hattie Bowers, ,still stands he said.
-tion. He said this morning he F. H I Partly cloudy and National Convention for Atty. Gen. Robert F.
Tenn. four sons I Kennedy
warm through Wednesday. Low tonight Chattanooga, ; ae
=f was still researching the action near 70, high Wednesday 14 to aI Lee Hicks, Ringgold, Ga.; John President Johnson. also sent a message to the e
U. South and southeast 15 to 22 mile eT% 1 ,Oa
-and had not decided whether test
I winds diminishing some at night. Hicks, Ringgold, Ga.; Luther The primary is the first dinner, saying, "a substantial
II I lithe answer would be a motion G. J. K Partly cloudy and warm Hicks Chattanooga Ten n.; of the ability of Wallace, an un- victory for Reynolds' slate will
; to dismiss the suit. Wednesday. Low tonight GAINESVILLE WEATHER
: around 75 high Wednesday M to IS. Municipal Airport Fred Hicks, Gainesville; 24 compromising segregationist, to pay a deserved compliment to a

T Andrews filed suit on March27 Southeasterly 15 to 22 mile winds. 24 hours to 8 a.m.readingsfor today: grandchildren, and 46 great draw voter support in a Northern a great governor but more important -

claiming election irregularities TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE grandchildren. state. it will bolster and rein-
High Low Preclp. High 84 at 2-3 p.m., low 68 at
and faulty registration of Jacksonville 84 70 6 ajn. No rain. JULIA BROWN Complicating the picture is force those who are making the
t -electors would change the 46- Miami Tampa M 78 74 70 -- the possibility of Republican good fight for human dignity in

Ivote margin which established Atlanta 60 Ml" CEDAR KEY TIDES HAWTHORNE Julia L. participation in the Democratic the United States."
New Orleans (0 74 .tl
"Winn as the winner. Boston 50 37 J7 Thursday High at 12:22, p.nv and Brown, 89" died at her home contest.
midnight. Low at 5.M a.m. and ':1' Wallace has
I New York 48 42 campaigned on
here yesterday after an extended State Election Supervisor Leo
Washington 47 44 .45 p.m.
E The has 20 to opposition to "the civil
city days .
pre- Chicago 71 4 M illness. She had lived in Ala has a million wrongs

pare its answer Fagan said. Kansas Denver City 38 7SIf 26 .07.07 Sunset today ALMANAC.............. <-51 p.m. chua County for 75 years. votes Fahey be predicted cast This wouldbe bill," his description of the ci-
<.< He said this morning he hopes Ft. Worth 84 56 Sunrise tomorrow ........ 6:11 ..m. may vil rights proposal ,pending in
J Miss Brown was a native of of the record I1
Los Angeles U"- Moonrlse tomorrow..... 356 ajrt. 200,000 short
to handle the case with all possible ...... the U.S. Senate.
Seattle 40 44 New Moon .... April 12 Terre Haute, Ind. She was born ballot cast in 1960 S
haste In the best interests The planet Saturn seen to the left primary There is
MARINE FORECAST of the Moon tonight. IsOW about there in 1874.Funeral when the late John F. Kennedywon no Republican contest -
of maintaining stable, city gov EAST GULF: Southerly 15 to 22 knot 975 million miles from the Earth. services will be Wednesday The party's 30 national
J winds through Wednesday. Partly Next August Saturn will be 150 a majority of Democratic
ernment. ClOUdY. with showers likely Wednesday. miles nearer us and much brighter at 2 p.m. at the Haw- delegates from Sen. Hubert convention delegates are headedby e

thorne Cemetery with Dr. U.S. of Minnesota. a favorite son, Rep. John

More About Gordon of the First Presbyter.Ian Humphrey Cloudy skies with showers or Byrnes.
Church of Gainesville of- SAMPLE HODS
snow flurries and temperaturesin

ficiating. the 20s and 30s were forecast.A The billowing emission froman
C 0- ,h Rally Survivors include one brother telegram from President erupting volcano is not

o Williams-Thomas, Roy C. Brown Funeral Hawthorne. Johnson describing Reynolds as smoke but steam. The vapor'sdark

"a and leader in whomwe color is caused by volcanic -
From 1 patriot a
Page Home is in charge.LUTHERIA ash.
can all take pride" was readat

"Don't sendaboytodo a er was on hand. governor last year, took creditor I HORSFALL a testimonial dinner for the

man's job," he said. He hit on the need for long- building the "finest tax assessment KEYSTONE HEIGHTSMrs. governor Saturday night in The University InnDISCOUNT

He said he is older than range planning in the school office in the state." Lutheria Horsfall, 84, died Madison by Postmaster General a j

e, Green, the son of former Con- system, his experience as a He said he was the man chosen Sunday at the University of Flo- John GronouskL Gronouski,
gressman Lex Green and the teacher and the need for a vocational by the people to operatehis rida Medical Center. Mrs. Hors- former state tax commissioner, I LIQUORSI

q man appointed,to be public defender school here. office. fall was a native of Turkey returned to the state Friday to' I,

i by Gov. Farris Bryant In the other school board I born there in 1880. help Reynolds campaign. I'
I after the job was created by the race, incumbent Willard Williams The only race with three Date for memorial services "We Will Meet or Beat All Prices in the Area"By
legislature, and that his matur- cited the record of the men competing is the one for Gainesville Sun II

ity is needed in the public de- board while he's served on it, the district one seat on the munity to be held Church at the with Keystone Dr. A.Com-C. ever increasing popular demand of our buying public you the

fender's office. and to echo those who've called County Commission. Holt officiating, has not been Saturday Published and evenings Sunday except mornings II. people of Alachua County The University Inn will begin advertising its
Justiss said he is old enoughto for a vocational school. Incumbent Claude Brandon' Gainesville Pub.
set Mrs. Horsfall will be buriedin by the
have maturity, but young "There's no such thing as a promised last night to represent -! the Evergreen Memorial lishing Company at 101 SE discount prices. These ads are for your
4 enough to be energetic and am- perfect system, and we must all of the 2nd Place. Gainesville. Florida '
people in the Cemetery in Brookline Mass. and entered as second class i benefit and we sincerely hope you will take '
bitious. always avoid complacency, he county, he promised to work She was a member of the Mt. matter at the Post Office at I -
Green discusssed his experience advantage o four truly cut-rate, prices.
said.He for better roads and more recreational Vernon Congregational Churchof Gainesville Florida.
on the job. promised to fight for im i I I
facilities. He wants Boston, Mass. CIRCULATION RATES BY
He 'said that during his nine provements. recreation for both young and Survivors include one son, CARRIER OR MAIL 1

months as public defender in Jack Zimmerman, his oppon- old. Alexander B. Horsfall, Biller-
the 8th Judicial District he's ent told of his 1 Week .45 SORRY .
business exper. cia, Mass., and a daughterMrs. 3 Moi. $5.85 lne ,
handled 150 cases for indigents fence and the need for a vocational Arthur W., Thompson one of Ruth H. Harris Belmont NO DELIVERY!
charged with a crime. school.In hIs opponents said he wantsto All mall subscriptions must :
Green said he's on call 24 the tax assessor's race, incumbent study the road building program -, Williams-Thomas Funeral 1 be paid in advance. :I "Everything

hours a day. "I worked in Bron- Pierce Smith promised and work closely with the Home is in charge. Member of Audit Bureau of i Comfort Desires"

son, Trenton and Gainesville to- to continue a policy of fair school board to improve education Circulation.All .

i' day. and consistent assessments and facilities in the county. material contained herein Is I .. .

He s aId the job needed 'a reclaimed himself absolutely The third man in the race, More About the Publishing property Company.of the(c) Gainesville*". Reproduction I ....,

_ 1 "q u a II f led" and experienced against any form of "punitive attorney and Farm Bureau strictly forbidden hi whole without or the In part written Is I 1901 SW 13th St. Phone 376.6333 .,

young man. assessments" President James Wershow, said permission of the publisher. .4 ;. .

;j Richard Wilson,. a 'Gainesville ,Claude M. Franks, who was he wants to guard the p e 0- BritishFrom ."." _. .... -'I.,! -',, '; ,.;', ,
attorney.ss. ifor removed from' the' office by the pIe's tax dollars and give every ,
the state House of Representative section of the county and every I

; seat now held by Ralph Tur. person in the county the representation Page 1

lington didn't appear last night.A Calif. they need.
stand-in said he ,working MayBe
was Incumbent Edgar Johnson' cognition to the rights of trade

with Carol Estates' resI- said he plans to continue his' unions, while the Liberals were

dents to stop a rezoning move Key ForNixonLodge work toward improving Alach-: preaching a social Darwinist -
by the Commission.
City The
stand-in --Gene Whitworth ua County. He said the present doctrine-Jhe survival of the .. .iiilf
read a speech that he said Wilson board of commissioners is recognized fittest, without any interferring .

had prepared earlier in the as one of the best in the: governmental regulation. .

'I day. state, and asked the votersto Today, he noted, conservativ- 3rd biggest seller 3rd biggest seller 3rd biggest seller "'<<
I It By JACK BELL consider what's been 1961 1062 1063
charged Turlington with forgetting !ism and liberalism throughoutthe

about the peole who WASHINGTON (AP) The done eral here during before the last sev world have done a complete ,. .
years they vote
elected him."Some faint outlines of what might be- for a new flip-flop, and now espouse the ....

people get the attitude I come a shadow contest between He's man. I views once held by the other. ; }
opposed Dashwood
by !j.
after been I
_ they've in office for
Henry Cabot Lodge and Rich- Hicks, an appliance store And the Conservatives in Britain j. >. .
awhile that the office oper i : .
they own .
they've been elected to by the ard M. Nixon rre beginning to ator. Hicks is campaigning on have maintained much of ,: .,. ;.1-t;; :ir; < .... ,._ ,

people," he charged. I I appear in the California presI- an economy platform. "We can: their worker supportdespitethe .. '

"Time doesn't allow me to I dential primary campaign. get; more services for our tax I fact that the trade unions '. '." --..
dollar he said back the Labor .
last night. I officially Party "
I enlarge on how this applies to Neither Lodge, the U.s. am- I
Incumbent Sidney Martin is -by being realistic.
my opponent, Wilson's speech bassador to South Viet Nam, .. '
being challenged by Lehman "The Conservatives have accepted -
I nor Nixon the 1960 .. ,
said.Turlington GOP presidential -
invited Batten in the other commissionrace. the concept of a welfare
everyone to nominee, is on the ballotin state which the Labor
look at the record he has compiled the June 2
during his in the contest "I remember eight years ago Party began in 1945," he said-
I Legislature. He said the voters I But one or the other could be- when I first came here to speak "even to the extent of accept-.

can check the way he's voted on come the eventual beneficiaryof that it was almost impossible to ing. socialized medicine.

14,000 different issues that the outcome of the battle between drive into Forest Grove Mar "Recently," he added, "t h e -, .' 0

have been proposed while he has I Sen. Barry Goldwater, tin said. Then he pointed to British Conservatives have dis- ...
served in Tallahassee. R-Ariz., and New York Gov. paved roads leading to the town covered education.. .they've : The important thing about being

He promised to continue fight-I Nelson A. Rockefeller for the today.He raised the salaries of university t

ing for education, mental health state's 86 presidential nominal said as a commissioner faculty by 20 per cent. popular is staying that ;! ; '
: !!!J way. :
facilities, economy, fair taxation ing votes. Former MinnesotaGov. he's worked to have economy McKenzie observed, that, '\
and constitutional revision.' Harold E. Stassen also is in government. And he's worked like U. S. politics, British polit- '

Then he added a plank to his on the ballot. to provide needed services.He ical election campaigns have .0, Wide-Track Pontiac

platform. T u r Ilngton said he If Rockefeller wins the primary cited the psychiatric unit become infiltrated with pollsters "' .

plans to fight for "a fair but most of the Republicanpros now under construction at Ala- computer "people" machines .'0 .:

tough investigation of the state's think this will keep the chua General Hospital as an and the influence of tele >

liquor laws and liquor price New York governor in the run- example of what the present vision.

structure." ning but will fall short of con- commission has done to meet "Our old three-week long

His opponent Wilson was a vincing the convention he oughtto the needs of the county. campaign now takes anywhere ,': ,..-
principal in the move that made be the nominee. Batten said he's running on "a from four to nine,months," he .;... -

Alachua County wet and in the K it becomes apparent that workman's,platform. said.But
organization of the successful Rockefeller can't make the He said he wants to see a full- he added, the 1964 cam

liquor license applicants into an grade, the belief is mountingthat I time doctor in the hospital, paign between Wilson and Lord
association. He equitable taxes and a vocation Home likely to be the "roughest -
repre- a majority
sents the association as an attorney tion committed to him any would delega-be:' al school to train craftsmen in toughest campaign the country -
Alachua "
lilely to gravitate_ to Lodge par.titularly -; County. has ever known.
W..S. (Tiny) Talbot and his II'' if u the 1960 vice

_ opponent Harry Evans in the I dential nominee wins the presJ.1 ENJOY FLORIDA LIVING IN A *
race for school superintendent 15 Oregon primary.
both cited their records as edu-; If Goldwater .
FLORIDA Poolby 4 .
cators. Swimming
votes, they would boost him
Talbot said he would work d
to a commanding lead on the i
i :,
for economy, better salaries, fora
first convention ballot. While
vocational school, bet t e ;r Goldwater might be difficult to Rivers Construction Co.A .
counseling for students and
head off, favorite sons and other -
would always provide aggressive candidates appear likely to QUALITY POOL Backed by a

leadership. take out enough votes to deny FULL 5 YEAR WARRANTY .
Evans said he would work! him a quick nomination. rw #.?, ,. ,
hard to establish a vocationa
school in the county.He Goldwater has indicated thatif 2 SIZES 16x32 and 20x40

said he knows the value of he can't win the nominationand Priced at $3.000 to $3.500 3n1IJltttst seller _

a dollar because he's both a bus- he doesn't concede any- NO MONEY DOWN-5 YR. FINANCINGWITH than Y

iness man and an educator and thing on this score he would be by more ever --
more inclined to throw his .-.
that he would work toward a EACH POOL YOU CET
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Tuesday, April 7, 1964Gainesville Sun RflIN

Excliangites Condemn SlayingOf Tax Collections CAB Approves .I !

Top $21 Million WASHINGTON '(AP) The r National Airlines and Eastern! S

:Hear Story Civil Aeronautics Board has had sought CAB approval for

Turk Cypriots TALLAHASSEE (AP-Marchl ruled to eliminate Savannah, I withdrawal of service to the HURRICANE

t Of Telstar sales tax collections topped $21 Ga., from points served by:city. The CAB chose Eastern,
million and put the state more Eastern Air Lines by May 2. ;saying it would be the best
NICOSIA', Cyprus (AP) peacekeeping force said four' tI
than $1.million above estimatesfor solution from the standpointof FENCEProtect
Exchange Club members got I Greek Cypriot police today condemned Turkish islanders were shot and public benefit.
an inside look at Telstar, the' an attempt to murder the Incident was being investi- the first nine months of the Egg Market -
communications satellite, yes- four Turkish Cypriots, blamedon gated by the U.N. commander, current fiscal year. How To HoldFALSE AndBeautify .

w terday in a film and talk given other Greek Cypriots. Two Indian Gen. Prem Singh Gyani. Commission Chairman JACKSONVILLE AP) The .
: by Robert M. Coleman, district Turks were killed, one ,was British U.N. troops found the Revenue Northeast Florida Egg Market TEETHMore Y Your Home
of Southern Bell Tele- wounded and the fourth missing.A Ed Straughn said Monday retailers NOW
manager two bodies shortly after the survivor prices to : Firmly in PlaceDo .. ,
phone Co.Telstar. police spokesman denounced Husnu Hassan, crawledto March produced $21,114,781 in TOUT false teeth annoy and em
Extra large 4546, mostly 45; barr.ss by tupping dropping or WODtnng -.
as "an abominable a British radio station and 'sales_ and use taxes, an increaseof when
a $50 million research large 42-43, mostly 42; medium you eat laugh or talk?1
Just sprinkle a little FASTEETH
; project Southern. Bell, was crime" the shooting Monday yelled for help. $4.4 million over the same 35-37, mostly 36; small 32-34, your plates.Thin alkaline non-acid on)
night, which threatened to touch shot three times told powder holds false teeth more firmly
Hassan ,
launched in July, 1962. month last year and of $289,381 mostly 32.Poultry, and more comfortably. No gummy I,
off a new wave of fighting be- Turkish officials he and the over'the previous month. i gooey.pasty taste or feeUng.Does not
;l man's film showed the sour. Cheeks "plate odor" (denture FREE Information &
tween the Greek and Turkish others were seized by Greeks at farms: fryers breath). Get FASTEETH today at
!acEaT that went The 'arch collection raised to I drug counters See Our Quality Get Our Price
preparations communities.Dr. when they tried to drive a van 13%; hens light 6%. everywhere I
LJn&tlierpreJect and the historic Fazil! Kuchuk, Turkish into Nicosia through Famagustagate. $168.9 million the total collectedso II I, Before You Decide Immediate Installation
i Utinchin2 i at Cape Canaveral. Cypriot vice president of the island far this fiscal year, an in- NO DOWN PAYMENT Up To 36 Months To PayPHONE

I $isaid it is.of great signifi- charged that Greek He said the Greeks beat them crease of $28.4 million over the i STEREO and HI-FI
Cypriots marched the four with rifle butts and screamed sameperiod last year.
.;: ce.ia the'project that it.was I L 372.5333SAUNDERS I
Turks into a field outside a Ni- "You're going to die, Turkish SERVICE
ft: 1 .to::J>e, coop- HEADQUARTERS
-eratrverjr bypriVteenterprise cosia city gate, shot them with dogs!" He said his captors Orchids
I ai$ the government. rifles and left them for dead. laughed as they opened fire. OIL CO.
... Kuchuk, who based his accusation -I A few hours earlier, the U.N. For ; All Makes All Work GUARANTEEDBlack's
...:s Ui rn Bell developed the on the survivor's account, force arranged a cease-fire to tJ 814 N.W. 4th St.

I I '1'lalSund,electronic sphere, de- said he believed the shootingwas end three days of shooting at Her. .
i jscobed: as_'"flying microwave, in reprisal for the slayingof the Turkish village of Kokkina Audio Service
tovr," and the National Aero- a Greek Cypriot auxiliary policeman and the Greek hamlet of Pahy CREVASSE FLORIST (Advertisement)

r| :muUes :and Space Administra- in Nicosia Sunday. Ammos in western Cyprus. The 2015 S.E. Hawthorne Rd. About 75% of all electrical appliances are bought
I tJorPshot it in orbit 360 'miles Headquarters of the U.N. area remained tense, however. Phone FR 6-2514 229 W. University Ave. Phone 372-0440 beginning of the year. And since 88% of American fa
allow the earth in an Atlas mis- that a newspaper ad gave them the idea.

i 5nc- Gas Genie I I

Coleman also exhibited a says:
'5CaJe.model of the historic satel- TOMORROW ONLY!

r _llte-which measured and reported -
,) r : 115 different scientific items GET ALL
i aSove the earth's atmosphere. .
lie said the power of the tiny
j s1gnals transmitted from tiieggrteHite :. t.1 !1 t
was only about one one-

bills onth of a watt. 9 .

'The strength of that signalis
comparable to the drone of a
mosquito in India heard in Florida ABOUTnatural .1. -

," he said.Capturing t

and amplifying the .
feeble transmissions from outer I

space was done by giant
horns and screens scattered at gas

strategic points around the flEDNESDAYI5
earth. all.>

a months Coleman transmitting.Telstar said suddenly after Technicianson several stopped AIR CONDITIONINGFOR DOLLAR DAY !

earth determined the black-

out was caused by radioactivity.By SUMMER COMFORTNow

electronic signals they you can Air Condition your home and have -- ,
were able to "drain" the radioactivity the luxury of a gas fired air conditioning unit withno igpwiji -- - -, ,
from the satellite and engine, no compressor only whisper-quiet cooling !- t t }

restore communications. ,. with !longer lasting trouble free comfort. t i
Coleman said that so far, the CALL US FOR A FREE ESTIMATE QUAL1T < ..
r S
Telstar project was purely ex
perimental. However, the Satel co '
lite Communications Corpora-

tions which took over the pro Gainesville! ...nv
ject from Bell, plans to develop
a commercial communications a: zf
from it. '
system 237 W. Univ. Ave. Phone FR 2-6391 BONUS e

Racial'VoteIn COUPONS! f \ i t.

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MissouriKANSAS How cup .

CITY, Mo. (AP) -
Voters will affirm or repeal today TOOTH BRUSH
an ordinance extending racial wise liwestorschoose

equality to taverns, placesof
amusement and other busi
nesses which seek the patronageof or
the public. :- Compare at $1.99 Compare at- $1.59MEN'S

About 209,000 are eligible to : :
vote in this city of 475,000 with and Cotton

about 80,000 Negroes. stocks & bondsYou cup TWI8 cOUppN Sport or Dress TailoredSHIRTS

Frank Martin, chief clerk of LANOLIN PLUS SHIRT I
the Board of Election Commissioners .
guessed the turnout HMR SPs RAY '
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50,000 80,000. wise and unwise investing, that you're one of the wise. Or NO DE AIERS 5
Robert P. Lyons, cochairman maybe not. Let's see: 2. for.0 100% Cotton. Misses' Docron-Cotton Sleeve

of the People for Public Accom Unwise: You race to buy at the drop of a tip. Sizes S-M-L. Convertible less Shirt. Choice of Necklines.
modations, predicted 55,000 vot Wise: You look behind the tip for facts-and often find Collar for Sport or Dress. Sizes 32 to 38.
ers would approve the ordinance only rumor. For you, facts are what count. You've heard
2-to-l. that many an bvestor has found trouble because: he accepteda
rumor at fact value.
"As far as I,can tell, this so- WOMEN'S.TENNIS .
called public accommodations Unwise:You let your hopes run away with your judgment.Wise LITTLE MISS
ordinance will be defeated about : You have in mind perhaps building a second income .
-to-l," said Thurman L. Mc- from dividends. Or giving your money a chance to T. RAYON
Cormick, executive director of grow with American business.But you know that stocks like
the Association for Freedom of other property can tumble in price as well as climb. That
Choice. some companies may make no profit, pay no dividends. So DRESSES GOWNS
with your broker's help you check a company's earnings and
An ordinance prohibiting racial dividends and try to decide what its prospects arc. And you 4/5.00
discrimination in hotels, consider bonds for your particular situation. -II 1.00

motels, and restaurants went Unwise: You invest all the cash you can scrape together.Wise .
A 2.00 VALUE
into effect in Kansas City on :You make certain you can pay your living expenses
April 9, 1962.Sugar. regularly. That emergencies arc provided for.'Because you WOMEN'S NOVELTY .Sfzes 3 to 6x. COMPARE AT 1.99 t r t
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Cane money required for necessities. You may, in fact be usingthe Straw Handbags t14'S
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oQuotas acquire by investingwith S-M-L. Lace trimmed.
as little as $40 every three months($3.08 a week). In rich looking tans & Stripes fir Novelty
Eyed whites Available in mint pink,
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that a broker in a Member Firm of the New York Stock Easy to Wash
lishment of farm acreage allot- COMPARE AT 2.99
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ments for the 1965 sugar cane be becomes a Registered Representative. And that, while ... -
crop grown in Florida and Lou! Member Firms differ in
many ways they are an subject to the
siana is being considered by the guiding rules of the Exchange.Their judgment is not infallible MEN'SSPORT Ivy Styled 4

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as make decisions with in mind. ,1 COTTONSLACKS
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4 bainesyiiiun; *i ueitlay, April 1, I> 4J


'. Oiaftttsuillt: Sun THE k-V s Helping the Third WorldBy

HAKKISOX. FriUeatr ..d WALTER LIPPMANNThe The questions which are all the foreign aid that the as President Kennedy did
JOB ft. feud between Mao being tested in all parts of the third world needs. For another
.klUfctri FAT COWIES. TJeati .reel SOUTHBy angry when he was in Paris in 1961,
ED JOHNSON. TU .,...WealFlorida' and Khrushchev is no doubtin third world are how the goalsof even if we had the money the expanding influence of
(':r sad ExcevtiT Eaten W. G. (BtDIEBERSOLE. some measure an ideological independence and economic and the willingness to give it,
... Beautiful YU. F e.neat sad A" France in Latin America. We
quarrel about how to welfare can be reached. Is even if we had all the power
: University City' DONE TtrtUlac TU Director..Ycaa BOB H'TABTA&Ctr*.l. '.Witr RALPH MM Winter McGILL FmfeUtkcr achieve and to organize a it to be by the methods of Soviet and influence necessary to should welcome it also in Africa -

.. Ilea Maas.ere I Of cka AUMU, (Ga.) C.asttt.tisa Communist state. But surelyit Russia, of Red China, of make it accepted, we do not and in Asia. We should welcome -
is not a mere theoretical American free enterprise or of know enough to guide the de- an increasing influenceby
.. Rather it his- the of the third world.
quarrel. is an European planned economies velopment
THE SUN'S POLICY Spain and Portugal in the
C ... EmpathyWith torical conflict between the ? When, I say that we do not lands where their culture pre-
/ :: "'J; 1. Report the news fully and impartially In the news columns. Russian empire and the It is safe to say that no one know enough, I mean that vails. We should never under-
... .
3. Publish all sides of Important controversial issues. There are two great issues prevail everywhere over Congress and the comparatively British.

t d ,. The Sun's telephones: All Departments -372-8441 enshrouded in the Marxist- all the others. One of the de- few well-informed citizens
Want Ads 376-4672 Leninist jargon. One is the lusions, or as Sen. J. W. Ful- who pay attention to these When, blinded by material
long disputed land frontier bright would say, one of the matters do not know enough. pride and by pseudo-toughness,
Chicago which was imposed by czarist "myths," ,of primitive think- They cannot know enough. we are tempted to tout our nuclear -
IV* Russia on the decaying Chinese ers-such as the Red Chinese For what is being forged on power and our wealthas
t MacArthur empire. There is in all and perhaps some who are the anvil of history is the social compared with that of the
Douglas Empathy Is becoming one the world no more dangerous nearer home-is that therecan order of a hundred nations Europeans, we must remem-
of the over worked wordsin frontier than this one which be only one universallyright almost all of them ex- ber Stalin's question when
( (RtprMH from the New York Times) cized the limited war policies ,of the our time, but it is a feel- runs from the Pacific to the social system in this con- ceedingly unlike the United Churchill and Roosevelt told
5 : There was a lifelong aura of the Truman administration and ultimately ing of empathy that we have Middle East. glomerated and heterogeneousworld. States, all of them with a very him that the Pope would ob-
with one of the troubles agi- The other deep issue is the different geography and a ject to something Stalin in-
:. beau sabreur about Douglas Mac- was dismissed. His unshak-' tating the mind of Chicago's rivalry for power and influ- Thus, the Russians have very different history.SO tended to do. "How many di-

Arthur. He was born to the limelight able belief in his own omniscience led Mayor Richard J. Daley. ence in what it is convenientto been learning in recent years visions," said Stalin, "has
him, in this instance, not to resigna- The British city of Readinghas call "the third world"-the that, as their industrial sys- WE SHOULD welcome, the Pope?"
and trained for fame; in past centuries -
.. tion but to a more dangerous course, changed the name of a world, one might say, of the tem becomes more highly de-
he would have charged about the flouting of a cardinal principleof street from Chicago to Sand- non-powers, the former colonial veloped, it becomes less pos-

i the world a knight errant slaying the American system the sub- croft Road. Residents of the regions of Asia and Africa sible to'manage it efficientlyby Washington Memo
decree from Moscow. The
street professed to be wearyof and Latin America.
dragons. ordination of the military to the jokes being made about current Chinese system ap- t

civilian, and of the commanding gen- gangsters and guns. Mayor THE FUTURE of the third plied to a highly developed From the Cowles Washington Bureau j
General MacArthur: was a great eral to his commander in chief, the Daley who thinks residents of world is, more and more, the society like that of Sweden,
also of the west- Belgium or the United States MOCCASIN MODE: Quite a few embassies and historic old
leader a man of commanding Chicago Street have seen preoccupation
military president.He
; houses tours from time to time for various
too many old movies on tele- ern non-Communist countries. would produce chaos and fam are opened to public
presence, strong egoism and an vision, suggests they talk it That is why we are so much ine. worthy causes, but the proprietors have learned the perils of '
urge to greatness. His complex per- brooked no rivals; he adhered over with Queen Elizabeth, concerned about South Viet hospitality, and have taken steps. A note preceding a pub-

sonality permitted little neutralism; stubbornly to "hunches" 'or coursesof who visited Chiago in 1959, Nam, about Cuba, about Africa BY THE SAME token, it lished list of open house tours cautions: "Visitors are re- '
it demanded complete loyalty and action that were sometimes wrong. and learn from her how beau- south of the Sahara, about is quite impossible to make quested to wear wide-heeled shoes. Floors in old houses can-

admiration or violent dislike. He had, He issued resounding pronounce- tiful and friendly the city Brazil. We have come to rea- our system, which works so not be repaired when punctured by thin steel heels."
really is. Better, still says lize that the greatest revolu- well in Michigan and California
as man and soldier, great strengths ments and made sweeping claims; As didn't have
His Honor, come and see for tion of this revolutionary cen- work equally well in Bra- PROBLEM CHILD: though newsmen enough
j and major weaknesses. MacArthur he could rarely if ever, admit mis- yourself. tury is the revolution of the zil and Chile, much less in the else to worry about, what with all the large international complications I

tr tried, in the best meanings of the take. He loved the drama of words depressed and backward peoples Congo or Zanzibar. demanding their attention, now they have to stew

t term, to identify himself with the and power; sometimes his communi- ONE FEELS an empathywith of the old colonial do- This is one of the reasons about the President's health and safety. Those trying to follow
becausethe mains the lands which the why we should encourage, not his speeding car on the way home from church in Texas
i best interests of the nation; he per- ques during World War II were full Mayor Daley '
charming city on the British, the French, the Span- fear and reject, competing. or- Easter Sunday had visions of another quick changeover in ad
sonified, in his own mind and for of purple passages; occasionally, as great lake had managed to ish, the Portuguese and the eign aid programs in the ministrations when Mr. Johnson whipped around two cars on
: his millions of admirers, the noblest in his famous speech at West Point, make everyone forget the Dutch conquered during the third world. For one thing, we a hill at high speed. And the following night the nightmare

qualities of patriotism.He he reached peaks of moving elo long years of bloodless war- past 450 years.BELOW. cannot and will not provide visions returned as the reporters watched him run up the
quence. fare carried on between Mayor steps to his airplane, just as though he had never had a heart

possessed a keen military mind William Hale (Big Bill) OLYMPUS Interlandi attack at an.RETURN.
and the British By
t and a political sixth sense. His generalship MacArthur was a man of many crown. Mayor Thompson ran MAIL: Rep. George A. Goodling (R., Pa.) takesan

4 was marked by a kind of uncanny faces. He moved through life as if against the Redcoats in 1915 admittedly Republican view of what goes on in the govern-
intuition that contributed ment. That's why he reports, with evident glee, concerning one
materially upon a stage. But he followed his and was elected. As late as -U

Ii to his long record of success. own personal star; the motto of West 1927 the mayor found it polite i nom.' of his personal problems with the Democraticrun Post Of
fice. Goodling has been trying for four months he to
In both world the great Point ically profitable to de-
wars, as pro- "Duty, Honor, Country"-
send letter the
not the a to President of the East Berlin National
consul in Japan after the Pacific victory was the guideline by which he mea- Third nounce, but Kig George the Fifth.- There Bank, in East Berlin, Pennsylvania. The congressman insists

and in the first stage of the sured his career. History will in was a report that the quiet, GAbPAIGKoUf that each time it comes back to him, sometimes after having

Korean War he served his country some future time, stripped of the gentle British sovereign might been routed to East Germany, and sometimes straight from
dedication devotion and visit America and : HEkiCQO the post office with a demand for foreign postage.
with imagi- emotion his name now invokes, assessMacArthur's the mayor -
promised to punch him in rorE6EftHl
role as general and as
foot CHARM SCHOOL: Kuwait's Ambassador Talaat AL-Ghous-
the nose if he should set
national leader. on Chicago soil. 4, ert sein, explaining why he was giving a formal dinner for Sec
ii : Sometimes the very qualities that tptirf retary of State Dean Rusk now instead of waiting until his
Mayor Thompson also an-
1 : made him great led to his greatest Today the handicap of too limited ticipated Hitler in burning new embassy was ready: "The Arabs have an old proverb
/ a small house can accommodate a thousand friends."
defeats. perspective blurs our vision. Yet it is books he did not like -par- tq1. PF

probably fair to rank MacArthur ticularly those with any.kind
MAKING HASTE SLOWLY: The trademark of GeorgeReedy's
MacAjrthur was so convinced of the not as one of the word to say about ,the Brit-
great captains all 1v'r \ tenure in the press secretary's job may well be his
: Tightness of his views :in Korea, time-but surely as one of the out- ish, especially those engagedin ? : deliberation. Reporters, used to the rapid, cracklythoughnot
the American revolution.It .
: views which had great strategic standing generals of World War II, is unfair for the residentsof .. always informative give-and-take of Pierre Salinger's

: cogency, that in spirit and in words, a soldier of the "Long Gray Line" Chicago Street in Read L 4 briefings found themselves chafing last week at the slow,
mushy and not
always informative-pace of sessions.
N if not in action he opposed or criti- who served his country well.I ing, England, to begin retal- + ? Consensus: It now takes longer to learn as Reedy's little as before.
iation at this late date. r r '

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BIG BILL Thompson's historical .
I idiocies were not, how- .i e 1 a'2fz .=

: Voice of the People ever effect., lacking His contribution in constructive'was x f g{< -

one of that led to a
many : !
: :
re examination of history doi 1 tJil l :;[
that politics is not c
books being used in American "We've got to convince young people :
On The Sun's Opinion Page==== I schools. dirty word-unless, of course, they favor the opposition!'

The teaching of history, as .
= Opinions; ; and comments of Sun readers ore welcome In the Voice of the People column. Letters such, began in the United
: must be signed .ltd bear the writers address. Homes will be withheld if requested. A letter should States about 1850. The first Please LBJ Turn on the Lights I
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themselves not .
:.I"..".. unnaturally
with the efforts of the colon- By RICHARD WILSON perhaps it never had been ing recreated itself as an the cab driver wIth. his.RuS-

After 'March mission, formally accepted on est to the center of the city, ies to establish liberty. The Chief, Cowles Washington since the age of the first example of the Western sian. There is no possibility
: books consisted, in the main, Bureau Elizabeth, and certainly more spirit. When one goes to the
March or on whatsoever of
18 the final results of some equally valid bas any kind of
of legends handed down by vital than since Lord Grey wall it is like approaching a
A Chilling Echo the recent city election, he wants Apparently Dr. Andrews word of mouth in the former WASHINGTON, D. C. saw the lights go off all over graveyard at night. East Ber- communication except that
made the incredible state- Mr. Winn's commission colonies. There were flowery The Capital at night has tak- Europe. lin lies there silent and dark, you can pronounce the name
_f EDITOR, Sun Yes, the ment that he and Mr. Rich- seat at all costs, with lit- narratives and biographies of en on the dreary appearanceof institutional like a concen- of the Ukraina Hotel so that
."peace marchers" were free ardson should both be elect tle regard for the expressedwill the events and the leaders.IN London just after the war. Wouldn't more light and tration camp. It is as if, he will understand It, and
: to tramp about the Court ed because they polled together )- of the people. It is half lighted, the streetsare gayety in Washington be fit said Marguerite Higgins, you will get back there in the

House square in our town more votes than their JAMES ALLEN OLSON THOSE same decades, nearly deserted, and this ting, Mr. President? East Berlin had been builtas darkness if the cab holds up.

: Easter Sunday. opponents. and in at least two more to city of 2,000,000 is quite disappointing a stage set for the world The moon shines, of course,
: "Get out of Guantanamo! This "coat-tail grabbing" follow, school histories in the to the touristswho WHAT WOULD Paris be after the bomb. on the Taj Mahal as it does
Peaceful co-extistence!" South were heavily slanted here by the without the illumination?
was utterance erupted against will swarm
a occasionally the
: toward the Lost Cause. In- in the Place de la Concorde in dark- We do not like to think of on White
their A thousands
plea upon our square. background of pious campaign Sudden Store hundreds of House but who knows when
__ square around which, not so promises that he was deed, the 20th century was next few months.Mr. ness, Champs Elysee dingy, East Berlin Mr. President, the moon will do the work
_ long boys on skates well along before students and the Winged Victo r y when we are downtown at
ago young
running as an independent Of atone. The
; used to roll; boys resting candidate and of angry denun- Zaporozhets south of the Mason. Dixon turn President on the, won't lights?you shrouded in gloom? The thrif- night in Washington. is an exception Capitol, it dome is lightedall now
quietly now at Tulagi, New ciations of the Line had textbooks that pre ty French have even lately
(c) New York Times night as it ought to be
:Guinea Normandy, and beneath evil bloc of his opponents. MOSCOW Any Soviet' sented a somewhat balanced London was not a happy had the 17th Century build- HAVE YOU ever been in and the Washington Monu-
: the timeless sea. Clearly Dr. Andrews really titizen with two years' salary story of the Civil War. The place after the war. The government ings of French Royalty sand- Moscow, Mr. President, in ment
r : A square, proudly one day likes blocs at heart, as longas in his pocket can now acquirea writer recalls a classmate of was uncertain. People blasted and cleaned the more the dark of the night? It is year was or so fully illuminated a
ringed with piles of scrap they are of his own mak- tiny four passenger Za- the 1920s who on reading a were not well off. There to glitter in the night light- like this at midnight: Broad ago.
metal carried there by the ing. porozhets car without waiting.All new history, said, "I'm gladto was sadness and bitterness. ing. Who would have supposed avenues filled with nothing a Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy un-
ansxious feet of the "home he has to do is send 2,200 find out bow it was that Then suddenly there was a that the Ministry of few dull illuminations here doubtedly wasted a lot of
front" young and old for Now we have new evidenceof rubles ($2,442)) to the dealer in General Lee won all the" bat- resurgence and London came Marine had ever been madeof and there but mostly a sil- money keeping the lights on
_ : freedom and peace in the land Dr. Andrews's remarkable the town of Severodvinsk, a tles but lost the war. alive again. The resurgencehad light colored stone? ent, dark city, completely lost at the White House and in
they loved. ability to change his posI- saval base on the White Sea in Histories in "the North" an economic basis, of Washington Mr. President, in its own dogma. You and the gardens. But when, on
'. And now, enshrined upon the tion. During consideration of Northern Russia. Sovetskaya also were weighted with prej- course. But it was also of boasts of being a world the cab driver, enroute from a winter evening, you drove
Court House walls, brave the acceptability of absentee Torgovlya, a newspaper of re- udice, but the North had won, the spirit. The restaurants, capital but at night is more the hotel to the telegraph] by there on the way home
words: The surrender of the ballots by the City Commis- tail trade, published an ad- and it was not necessary to theaters and concert balls like East Berlin. office, are the only people from work the lighting gave
t Japanese, Treaty with Ger- sion on March 18, Dr. An- vertisement to that effect the rationalize and romanticize were gayer, the people bet- about and you stop at the red you a good feeling. Here was
many, Teddy Roosevelt on drews argued that no ballots other day, one of the rare occasions defeat and create martyrs.At ter dressed and London was West Berlin, of course, Is lights alone. You are sitting one place of vitality and gaiety -
CUba The Monroe Doctrine, should be eliminated on when an advertise- any rate, until very re- lighted again and vibrant as glittering and exciting, hav there with your English, and in the darkening city. Visions
The Bill of Rights, and The technicalities, but that eachcitizen's ment for a car has appearedin cent years rare was the rose of children At
Declaration of Independence right to cast a voteshould Soviet papers. American history that was play in the lighted rooms, of
words of men who loved be respected. not heavily salted with "Red- POTOMAC FEVER diplomats and politicians in
Beyond the e r r a tic natureof
and cherished peace, yet free- Again he has had a sud- Soviet distribution of goods, coats," "Tryants," "redskin their night time splendor
; dom even more. den change of heart. In his there was DO explanation of savages," "varmits," "reb 1 By Fletcher KnebeL Cowles Washington Bureau of state receptions and ele-
God grant that the ears of recent suit against the City els," "Yankees" "noble lead- gant dinners, gleaming candies -
why, of all places, the north-
those who "march for peace," Commission, which ers," "despicable enemies," Looking at. the economy-darkened White House, Republicans have picked and shimmering silver'
presumably veiled
ern port, by "
I with perhaps little thought of includes himself, be de security, should suddenly military havean and so on. It was mostly their '64 campaign song: "When the lights go on again all over the world. not too democratic, yoa

why they are free and that sires many honestly cast ballots oversupply of the small "drum and battle" history. might say, but an island of
there is a can catch A British scientist discovers a fossile man 2,000,000 years old. In the chair-
square to be eliminated on pre- automobiles. Severodvinsk is grace and charm in a functional
the somber echo which seemsto sumed technicalities. His 1,200 miles from the Dnieper HISTORY established the man's seat of which U.S. Senate committee? world, and a way of
follow the marching, pounding righteous regard for the citi River city of Zaporozhe anti British strain that en- life to be admired and sought.
dured until the First World about Gov. Rockefeller's chances for the Republican
shoes "WE zen's right to vote has Say what you want
where the
BURY YOU we will bury in the spring air evaporated of tured. cars are manufac War. (It persists yet in mi- nomination, he's the only candidate with a simultaneous chance to be named This all ended in darkness

you. .". selfinterest.We nor form.) It also established father and grandfather of the year. and sorrow. And now at night
OBSERVER In the advertisement the much of the prejudice and when the white painted
can only guess what dealer offered to assist in the historical inaccuracies that Big League baseball gets off to a flying start next week-Just a few steps house is dark, and its gfeost-
Dr. Dr. Andrews' next contra- shipping of the car to the bad so handicapped the ahead of TV's opening kick-off. ly shape only dimly seen the
Andrews diction win be. I wouldn't be buyer's address anywhere in South. mind! wanders back to the

surprised to hear him sug- the Soviet Union an unusual Let the residents of Chicago Texan Horace Busby becomes the White House speech-writer. He's a man of enshrouded days of last No 1

Changes Position gest that all votes in the near service in a country where Street, Reading. England, discriminating, intellect. Smart enough to write the speeches-and too smartto vember.

s northeastern section of the customers are ordinarily very think it over. Chicago is a listen to them.
; EDITOR, Sun: Soon after city (Precincts 4 and 27)) be much on their own in getting street name with meaning.Who PLEASE Mr. Pres&teat
I Dr.'"Edwin Andrews, as a counted twice on the grounds purchases delivered to their cares about Sandcroft Former White House Press Secretary Pierre Salinger Is a one-man reappor- turn on the lights agaiD.- Wi,
:member of the Old City Com that the polling place is clos homes. Road tionment act. If elected, he'll give California one senator-and Virginia three. can afford it -..

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4 Gainesville! Sun Tuesday, April 7, 1964Florida's

MEETING SET board of commissioners, county

CONSCIENCEOF COLORED NEWS! The Pallbearers' Lodge No. judge, and county board of pub I

113 will meet at the regular lie instruction. _

meeting place today at 8 p.m. Voters are urged to attend

1 <&nrzuilk .SUtt.I OF B. F. Childs, Colored News Editor The dues and endowments are this rally, and get all of the

to be paid in full at this meet- facts because this will help you
NOTICE will have their rehearsal, 8 p.m. ing. to make your choice on election

The choral group of Lodge No. Rev.[ T. A. Wright, pastor; Mrs. day. I_ _
113 will meet today at 8 p.m. at Esther W. Hamm, reporter.St. HOLDS MEETINGThe

-_-_ I JOHN I.. HAHRISOX. FrcsHestr aD, the home of Charlie Ross, of 708 Paul c.. M. E. Morning Paint-up and Fix-up committee -
bUih'r PAT COWLES. Tie PreiW SOUTHBy SW 6th Terrace.ANNIVERSARY worship, 11 a.m.; and eve-
4etl ED JOHNSON. Vlee Pre UeElud held its meeting at the e bittinrie :
ExetmtlT E4iteri W. G. ii Beautiful .; Tie. PretUcat .*4 AiTcrtUU Church of God by Faith No. 1
April 3.There. JAKE JOHNSON _
1 ; Directors BOB TAKTAO- RALPH McGILL Sunday School, 10 ajn.; Bible
,j S University City'' UOXE. Tie FmldeiU M. Clrnla Ptlitser FrU Winning FmblUher Choir No. 1 of the Johnson Study, 12 noon; W.W.C., were plans discussedand Funeral services for Jake
1 : U.a Hauer. I I Of tk. AtUaU (Ga.) CeuUtau.a Chapel Baptist Church will cele- 5:45 pan.; and evening worship, the parade will be held Johnson, of 1106 N.W. 6th Ave..

brate its anniversary beginning 7:15 p.m. Elder J. E. McKnight, Wednesday at 6 p.m., April 8. who was a carpenter here for

/ THE SUN'S POLICY Thursday and lasts to Sundayat pastor; R. L. Hutchinson, re- L V. Pavis, executive chair- many years and also a vet-
:1 EmpathyWith the church. The schedule of porter. The church is located man; Mrs. F. D. Shannon, re eran of World War No.1, will
f 1. Report the news fully and Impartially In the news columns. porter.
;, be held at the Duncan Brothers
is as follows: Thursdayat corner of S.W. 8th Ave.,!
: 2. Express:>> the opinions of the Sun In-but only in-editorials
,' 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. 8 p.m., there will be a program and 3rd Street. Prayer services Chapel on Thursday at 3 p.m.
L :;-"". I. entitled "Choirs in Parade" today, 8 p.m.; and evening wor- with Rev. W. M. Ferguson of-

f The Sun's telephones: All Department!-372-8441 ; and Friday at 8 pm, ship Friday, 8 pjn. S. Marion Weeks Club of ficiating. Interment w ill followin
j : ,, Methodist
: the Mt. Pleasant
_ the Mt. Pleasant Cemetery.
Want Ads-376-4672 Rev. C. J. Johnson will preachand Shady G r ove Primitive Baptist
> the general, church will be There will be a business Church will meet at the homeof Duncan Brothers, morticians

ChicagoEmpathy in charge of the services. On meeting on Saturday, April 11, Mrs. Rosa Bell today at 8 in charge.

.! I Sunday during the morning wor- at 8 p.m., The pastor, Rev. P. p.m.
: Douglas MacArthur Is ship at 11 aon. there will be a E. Hinson, is urging all mem- MRS. AMANDA DURR
becoming one sermon preached; and there will bers to be pi sent. Rev. P. E. VOTERS' LEAGUEThe Final rites for Mrs. Amanda
1 r of the over worked wordsin be a gospel program renderedat and 3rd Street. Prayer service Alachua County Voters' Durr were to be held at the

: :: (Reprinted from the New York Times) cized the limited war policies of the our time but it is a feel 3 pjn. which will consist of Hinson' pastor; Mrs. F. D. League will sponsor its candi- Church of God by Faith at High

( : ". There was a lifelong aura of the Truman administration and ulti- ing of empathy that we have solos, duets and choirs. Shannon, reporter. dates' rally at the Recreation Springs i today with Elder
-- dismissed. His unshak- with one of the troubles agitating Center today, April 7, at 7 p.m. Charles McKnight officiating.
: beau sabreur about Douglas MaeI mately was the mind of Chicago'sMayor Each member is asked to pay -
The candidates for the following Interment will follow in the
able belief in his omniscience led $1 on Friday Deacon L. Wells,
: He born to the limelight Richard J. Daley.
I Arthur. was PERSONALSMrs. offices will appear in th High Springs Cemetery.
him in this instance not to resignation president; members of the committee -
: and trained for fame; in past centuries The British city of Reading are: F. Vinson, Mrs. M. Oria S. Dunlap, a teacher rally: county superintendent, Duncan Brothers, morticians, _
but to a more dangerous course, has changed the name of a in the Shell Elementary tax assessor, county sheriff.Washington. in c' 2.r'e.
he would have charged about Lyons, Mrs. P. Vinson, Mrs. A.
,street from to Sand-
the flouting of a cardinal principleof Chicago School at Hawthorne
Coleman Rev. W. J. ; was combining -
U I the world:.... a knight errant slaying the American system the sub- croft Road. Residents of the pastor; Mrs; Harriet Jones, re i business and pleasure in!
street to be
professed wearyof MemoFrom
ordination of the the Gainesville yesterday. :
dragons. military to jokes being made about porter.
Miss Hat tie Simmons
civilian, and of the commanding
gangsters and guns. Mayor
Miss Carrie James, both of Ft.
4 General MacArthur was a great eral to his commander in chief, the Daley who thinks residents of HAWTHORNE NEWS the Cowles Washington Bureau
_.___ Lauderdale here
were visiting
SHELL ELEMENTARYThe MOCCASIN MODE: Quite a few embassies and historic
military leader, a man of commanding president.He Chicago Street have seen .
with friends on last Sunday.Mrs.
too old movies television pre-School Parents' Council houses are opened to public tours from time to time for various
and many on
presence' strong egoism an suggests they ,talk it of Shell Elementary SchoolIs Mary Banks returned worthy causes, but the proprietors have learned the perils of
urge to greatness. His complex personality brooked no rivals;, he adhered over with Queen Elizabeth, sponsoring a bus trip to Lake here yesterday from Rome. Ga., hospitality and have taken steps. A note preceding a published

. permitted little neutralism; stubbornly "hunches" or coursesof who visited Chiago in 1959, Wales, Sunday, April 12, to wit. where she was visiting with her list of open house tours cautions: "Visitors are requested -

-_- it demanded complete loyalty and action that were sometimes wrong. and learn from her how beau ness a religious drama entitled I aunt, Mrs. Dora for Whittaker the two and I to wear wide-heeled shoes. Floors in old houses can-
other relatives past "
1L admiration or violent dislike. He had, He issued resounding pronounce- tiful and friendly the city "The Passion Play." weeks. not be repaired when punctured by thin steel heels.

_ __ as man and soldier, great strengths ments and made sweeping claims; really is. Better, still says This play was written by Solomon McClendon, an em-i PROBLEM CHILD: As though newsmen didn't have enoughelse
His Honor, come and see for Josef Meir, who plays the Crucified !
- and major weaknesses. MacArthur be could rarely, if ever, admit mis- yourself. Christ. ployee at the Citizens Bank, was to worry about, what with all the large international complications

-= tried, in the best meanings of the take. He loved the drama of words All interested persons are a business visitor at Jacksonville demanding their attenticn, now they have to stew

----T term, to identify himself with the and power; sometimes his communi- ONE FEELS an empathywith asked to meet at Shell Elementary -,i Mr.recently.and Mrs. Robert Sims about the President's health and safety. Those trying to follow

!, best interests of the nation; he per- ques during World War II were full Mayor Daley because School at 1 p.m. You may and son, Alfonso, all of Trenton, his speeding car on the way home from church in Texas ad-
Easter Sunday had visions of another quick changeover in
sonified, in his own mind and for 'of purple passages; occasionally, as the charming city on the contact the following personsfor N. J., arrived yesterday as ministrations when Mr. Johnson whipped around two cars on
great lake had managed to tickets and also information -
_1 his millions of admirers, the noblest in his famous speech at West Point, make the play :guests of Mrs. Sims' relatives a hill at high speed. And the following night the nightmare
everyone forget on the bus rates: Mrs.
__ qualities of patriotism. he reached peaks of moving elo long years of bloodless war- Prarlie Sanders, Mrs. Ernes-.here and Jacksonville for a fortnight visions returned as the reporters watched him run up the

fare carried between steps to his airplane, just as though he had never had a heart
quence. on Mayor tine Jenkins, Mrs. Oria S. Dun- Mrs. Clara Young left yester-
attack at all.RETURN.
He possessed a keen military mind William Hale (Big Bill) lap, Miss Bettye Gibbs, Miss day for Atlanta, Ga., because of

-I and a political sixth sense. His generalship MacArthur was a man of' many Thompson crown. Mayor and Thompson the British ran Rosa Spence and Mrs. MinnieB. the illness of her sister, Mrs. MAIL: Rep. George A. Goodling (R., Pa.) takesan

was marked by a kind of uncanny faces. He moved through life as if against the Redcoats in 1915 Gooding. I Jessie Mae Sanders, whose condition admittedly Republican view of what goes on in the govern.

.I, : intuition that contributed ma- upon a stage. But he followed his and was elected. As late as was reported as slightly ment. That's why he reports, with evident glee, concerning one

:_ : terially to his long record of success. own personal star; the motto of West 1927 the mayor found it politically MEETING Pallbearers'PLANNEDThe Lodge No. several improved. She will be away for of his personal problems with the Democratic -run Post Of.
days. fice. Goodling has been trying for four months he to
: In both world wars, as the,,great pro- Point "Duty, Honor, Country"was profitable not to the denounce 54, pride of Gainesville will Mrs. Altemese Jones, of Mi- send a letter to the President of the East Berlin National says,

: consul in Japan after the Pacific victory the guideline by which he mea- Third, but Kig George the_ Fifth.- There meet at the regular meeting ami, passed through the Univer- Bank, in East Berlin, Pennsylvania. The congressman insists

.-. 1 and in the first stage of the sured his career. History will in was a report that the quiet, place on Thursday at 8 p.m. sity City yesterday en route to that each time it comes back to him, sometimes after having

Korean War he served his country some future time, stripped of the gentle British sovereign might The dues, taxes and endow- Alachua to visit with her aunt, been routed to East Germany, and sometimes straight from
ments are to be paid during the Mrs. Mary Dixon, and other the post office with a demand for foreign .
-e : with dedication, devotion and imagi- emotion his name now invokes, assess visit America, and the' mayor postage.ciIARM
meeting. Fred Alexander, presi- relatives for a week.

J nation. MacArthur's role as general and as the promised nose if he to should punch set him foot in dent; Mrs. Ella Drayton, report Mrs. Martha Oliver, of Ocala, SCHOOL: Kuwait's Ambassador Talaat AL-Ghous-

national leader. on Chicago soil. er. passed through Gainesville yes- sein, explaining why he was giving a formal dinner for Sec.

_ : Sometimes the very qualities that Mayor Thompson also an- terday en route to Jacksonville. retary of State Dean Rusk now instead of waiting until his

made him great led to his greatest Today the handicap of too limited ticipated Hitler in burning CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS new embassy was ready: "The Arabs have an old proverba -
Johnson Baptist small house can accommodate thousand friends."
Chapel a
defeats. perspective blurs vision. Yet
? our it is books he did not like -par- MEETING SCHEDULEDThe
Choir No. 3 will have its rehearsal -
probably fair to rank MacArthur ticularly those with kind
any Starlight Social Club will
on Wednesday, 6 p.m. HASTE SLOWLY: The trademark of George
MacArthur was so convinced of the not as one of the great captains of all word to say about the Brit- Mt. Pleasant Methodist meet at Low's Grill today at Reedy's tenure in the press secretary's job may well be his

: rightness of his. views in Korea, time-but surely as one of the out- ish, especially those engaged There win be mid-week, Prayer 8 pjn. deliberation. Reporters, used to the rapid, cracklythoughnot

_ I views which had great' strategic standing generals of World War II, in is the unfair American for the revolution.It residentsof Service today, 7:30 p.m. The I' During the m e e t lag, Mrs. always informative give-and-take of Pierre Salinger's;
I Lena Small's birthday will be f
-i cogency, that in spirit and in words, a soldier of the "Long Gray Line"Who Chicago Street in Reading Woman's Society of Christian celebrated. Mrs. Vera Belle Cot briefings found themselves chafing last week at the slow,
will meet Wednesday mushy- and not always informative
_ I if not in action, he opposed or criti- served his country well. England, to begin retal- Service ton will serve as hostess. Mrs. Consensus -pace of Reedy's sessions.
Childs takes
7:30: p.m. Mrs. K. D. : now longer to learn as little as before.
iation at this late date.
Jane Carver president Mrs.
president. Both the Children'sand ;
\ : Youth Choirs will rehearse Dolliree Bowens, reporter.
BIG BILL Thompson's his- -;
: I torical idiocies were not, how jointly Wednesday, 4:30 pjn. tlI
Rev. W. M. Ferguson, pastor.Mt. CONVALESCINGRonnie
ii Voice of the People ever, lacking in constructive Carmel Baptist There Fox and Mrs. Mary FW1 QM R.<
effect. His contribution was will be midweek Meditation DeBose who are ill, were reported nc.
one of many that led to a
improving in their
Services today 7:30: p.m.; Youth J
re examination of history a.elt tiL;
Forum tomorrow, 7:30: p.m.' homes. Mrs. F. D. Shannon, re
books used in American Ltr'&tef
_ E =0n The Sun's Opinion Page: schools.being and also Choirs Nos. 1 and 2 porter.

The teaching of history, as

c Opinions and comments of Sun readers are welcome in the Voice; of the People column. Letters such, began in the United

_________' must be signed and bear the writes address. Names will b. withheld if requested. A letter should States about 1850. The first Please LBJ Turn on the LightsBy I
r j ::not exceed 500 words and must b. written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. TheSuareseves American histories concerned ,
the right to reject any letter or to shorten it. without changing the writer's meaning or
'I I intent. themselves not unnaturally,
: with the efforts of the colonies RICHARD WILSON perhaps it never had been ing recreated itself as an the cab driver with his ,Rus

mission to establish liberty. The Chief, Cowles Washington since the age of the first example of the Western sian. There
I After 'March formally accepted on est to the center of the city, is no possibility
books consisted, in the main, Bureau Elizabeth, and certainly more spirit. When one goes to the
March 18 the final results of or on some equally valid bas- whatsoever of any kind o!
I of legends handed down by vital than since Lord Grey wall it is like approaching a
A Chilling Echo the recent city election, he is. Apparently Dr. Andrews word of mouth in the former WASHINGTON, D. C. saw the lights go off all over graveyard at night. East Berlin communication except that

made the incredible state- wants Mr. Winn's commission colonies. There were flowery The Capital at night has taken Europe. lies there silent and dark, you can pronounce the nameof
seat at all costs with lit-
_ : EDITOR Sun: Yes, the ment that he and Mr. Rich- narratives and biographies of on the dreary appearanceof institutional 11 k the Ukraina Hotel so that
e a concen-
"peace marchers" were free ardson should both be elect- tle regard for the expressedwill the events and the leaders.IN London just after the war. Wouldn't more light and tration It is as if he will understand it, and
_ : ed because they polled together of the people. the streetsare gayety in Washington be fit- camp. you will back there
to tramp about the CourtHouse It is half lighted, said Marguerite Higgins, get in, the
I : square in our town more votes than their JAMES ALLEN OLSON THOSE same decades, nearly deserted, and this ting, Mr. President? East Berlin had been builtas darkness if the cab holds :up.

Easter Sunday. opponents. and in at least two more to city of 2,000,000. is quite disappointing a stage set for the world The
moon shines of
: "Get out of Guantanamo! This "coattaU'grabbing" follow, school histories in the to the tourists WHAT WOULD Paris be after the bomb. on the Taj Mahal,as it course does,
without the illumination?
Peaceful co-extistence! was South were heavily slanted who will swarm here by the
_J : their plea upon our square. A utterance background erupted of pious against campaign a- Sudden Store toward the .Lost Cause. In- hundreds of thousands in the Place de la Concorde in dark- We do not like to think of House occasionally but who on knows the White when I

j square around which, not so promises that he was deed, the 20th century was next few months.Mr. ness, Champs Elysee dingy, East Berlin, Mr. President, the
well along before students and the Winged Victory when we are downtown at moon will do the work
i long ago, young boys on skates running as an independent won't
Of President, you alone. The
Capitol dome
Zaporozhetse shrouded in ? The thriftY' noW'is
south of the Mason Dixon gloom night in Washington.
used to roll; boys resting candidate and of angry denunciations the lights?
please turn on an exception, it is lightedall
at New Line had textbooks that presented French have even lately
quietly now Tulagi,
I' of the presumablyevil ( ) New York Times London not a, happy night as it ought to be
1 somewhat balanced was had the 17th buildings
a Century HAVE YOU ever been in
Guinea and beneath
Normandy MOSCOW
bloc of his Any Soviet
opponents. and
of the Civil War. The place after the war. The government of French sand- Moscow Mr. President in the Washington Monu-
't the timeless sea. Clearly Dr. Andrews really Citizen with two years' salary story Royalty ment
in his writer recalls a classmate of was uncertain. People blasted and cleaned the more the dark of the night? It is was fully illuminated a
likes blocs at heart pocket
can '
A square. proudly one day as longas now acquirea
There or
v- off. year so
the 1920s who, on reading anew were not well in ago. _
A ringed with piles of scrap they are of his own mak- tiny four passenger Za to glitter the night light like this at midnight: Broad
metal carried there by the 'ing. porozhets car without waiting. history, said, "I'm gladto was sadness and bitterness. ing. Who would have sup- avenues filled with nothing, a Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy undoubtedly -

ansxious feet of the "home AH he has to do is send 2,200 find out how it was that Then suddenly there was a posed that the Ministry of few dull illuminations here wasted a lot of

L-] front" young and old for Now we have new evidenceof rubles ($2,442)) to the dealer in General Lee won all the" bat- resurgence and London came Marine had ever been madeof and there but mostly a silent money keeping the lights on

freedom and peace in the land Dr. Andrews's remarkable the town of Severodvinsk, a tles but lost the war. alive again. The resurgencehad light colored stone? dark city, completely lost at the White House and in
I5- I ability to change his posi- Histories in "the North" economic basis, of in its You and the
they loved. naval base on the White Sea in an Washington, Mr. President, own dogma. gardens. But when, on
And now, enshrined upon the tion. During consideration of Northern Russia., Sovetskaya also were weighted with prej- course. But it was also of boasts of being a world the cab driver enroute from a winter evening, you drove

I Court House walls, brave the acceptability of absentee Torgovlya, a newspaper of retail udice, but the North had won, the spirit The restaurants, capital but at night is more the hotel to the telegraph by there on the way home
F words The surrender of the ballots by the City Commission trade, published an ad- and it was not necessary to theaters and concert balls like East Berlin. office are the only people from work the lighting gave

.F Japanese, Treaty with Germany on March 18, Dr. Andrews vertisement to that effect the rationalize and romanticize were gayer, the people better about and you stop at the red you a good feeling. Here was

d Teddy Roosevelt on argued that no ballots other day, one of the rare occasions defeat and create martyrs.At dressed and London was West Berlin, of course, is lights alone. You are sitting one place of vitality and gaiety -

Cuba. The Monroe Doctrine, should be eliminated on when an advertisement any rate, until very recent lighted again and vibrant as glittering and exciting, hav there with your English, and in the darkening city. Visions -

The Bill of Rights. and The technicalities, but that eachcitizen's for a car has appearedin years rare was the rose of children *t

' I Declaration of Independence right to cast a vote Soviet papers. American history that ,was play in the lighted rooms of

: words of men who loved should be respected. not heavily salted with '"Red POTOMAC FEVERBy diplomats and politicians In
the tic natureof
Beyond err a "
and cherished peace, yet free Again he has had a sud- Soviet distribution of goods, coats," ""Tryants, ""redskin their night time splendor,

., dom even more. den change of heart. In his there was no explanation of savages" "varmits" "reb Fletcher Knebel Cowles Washington Bureau of state receptions and, elegant .
God grant that the ears of recent suit against the City north- els, "Yankees "noble leaders dinners gleaming ca.odles
why, of all places, the "
enemies economy-darkened White House Republicans have picked
those who "march for peace, Commission, which "despicable Looking at the and shimmering silver.
presumably ern port, veiled by military "
with perhaps little thought of includes himself, he desires security, should suddenly havean and so on. It was mostly their '64 campaign song: "When the lights go on again all over the world. not too democratic, you

: why they are free and that many honestly cast ballots oversupply of the small "drum and battle" history. might say, but an island of
there is a square, can catch to be eliminated on presumed automobiles. Severodvinsk is A British scientist discovers a fossile man 2,000,000 years old. In the ehair.man's grace and charm in a functional .
the somber echo which HISTORY established the seat of which U.S. Senate committee? world
technicalities. His 1,200 miles from the Dnieper a way of
strain that
j to follow the marching, pounding righteous regard for the citizen's River city of Zaporozbe anti British en- life to be admired and sought
shoes "WE WILL dured until the First World Say what you want about Gov. Rockefeller's chances for the Republican
to vote has
BURY YOU V* will bury orated right in the spring air evap-of where tured.In the cars are manufac- War. (It persists yet in ml-. nomination, he's the only candidate with a simultaneous chance' to be named This all ended in darknessand

you. .". self-interest nor form.) It also established father and grandfather of the year. sorrow. And now at night
OBSERVER the advertisement the much of the prejudice and when the white painted

We can only guess what dealer offered to assist in the historical inaccuracies that Big League baseball gets off to a flying start next week-just a few steps house is dark, and its ghostly

Dr. Andrews' next contra-" shipping of the car to the had so handicapped the ahead of TV's opening kick-off. shape only dimly seen, tfcq
Dr. Andrews diction will be. I wouldn't be buyer's address anywhere in South. mind wanders back totho

surprised to hear him sug- the Soviet Union, an unusual Let the residents of Chicago Texan Horace Bpsby becomes the White House speech-writer. He's a man of enshrouded days of last, No

Changes Position gest that all votes in the near service in a country where Street, Reading, England discriminating intellect. Smart enough to write the speeches-and too smart vember. _.

__ northeastern section of the customers are ordinarily very think it over. Chicago is a to' listen to them.

;EDITOR, Sun: Soon after city (Precincts 4 and 27)) be much on their own in getting street name. with meaning.Who PLEASE. Mr. Presides!

Dr. Edwin Andrews, as a counted twice on the grounds purchases delivered to their cares, ... about, ... Sandcroft. Former White House Press Secretary Pierre Salinger is a on'e.man reapportionment turn on the lights again;;We
r memberoftheOkiQtyCom1 that the polling place is clos. homes. ;v =--'s-A i-RoadT"" ""- -"'

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6 Gainesville Sun Tuesday, April 7.,1964'III

r Tea GivenTo UF Dames Take I I Calendar Of Events

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TR e.. TODAY, April 7 Florida Union Auditorium, Dr.
Honor Thomas Martin
G Alachua County Diabetes guest speak
W Lay Society, 7:30 p.m., FrankM. ere

THE f fffl1LYRuth I L I Bride-elect University. Hall Health of Florida Auditorium.ArchItecture THURSDAY University April of Florida 9,

I Dames, Card party Dames PHT Banquet,
honoring graduates, 8 p.m., 6:45 p.m., Student Service
University Women's Club.
: Weimer . Women'i Editor Mrs. T..W. Gause entertained r Center.University Women's Club,
afternoon at her
Saturday home WEDNESDAY, April,
with tea Miss Neighbor Nite, 8 p.m., Clubhouse
a honoring Sharon Education Dames
8 p.m.,

Dixieland Barbecue elect Elizabeth of John Douglas Fagan Rogers., bride- SW Dr.3rd Eleanor Place.Gainesville. Browne, 2707 Agriculture, West Newberry Dames, Cover-Road.

ed-Dish Supper and White
Receiving guests were the Bridge Club, Elephant Sale, 8 p.m., University
honoree, her mother Mrs. D. S. 7:30 p.m., Holiday Inn. Women's Clubhouse,
: Fagan, Mrs. Robert W. Rogers, Chapter AF, PEO, 10 a.m., West Newberry Road.
: Slated Thursday mother of the bridegroom, and Mrs.James Pope, 318 SW 27th Girl Scout UBA Neighbor.hood .

r. Mrs. Gause. Street, luncheon to follow, Meeting 9:30 a.m., Girl
Mrs.. Jack Bohannon
:..Annual Dixieland barbecue, a Florida club member, who The hostess presented the hon- co-host- Scout House, 810 NW 8th

sponsored by the Business and will run for National First Vice- oree, her mother, and Mrs. Rog- ess.University City BridgeClub Street. .
Professional Women's Club, will President during the convention.The ers with pink carnation cor 7:30 p.m., 107 NW 15th District Meeting for Rebek.ah
Gainesville club is the Lodges of St. Augustine,
be held at Boulware Springs sages. Terrace.
Park:on Kincaid Road Thursday second largest club in the State Chapter AP, PEO, 10:30 Palatka, H a wthorne and
I is entitled to two delegatesand The punch table, covered witha E Gainesville, Covered Dish
evening beginning at 6. and ajn., Mrs. F. E. Gehan, Mrs.
lavender cloth, centeredby Supper, 6:30 Odd Fel-
:L Tickets may be purchasedfrom two alternates to the con- K. L. Black, 4114 NW 14th p.m.
lavender gladioli and orchid lows Hall, 740 SW 2nd Ave
)ny B&PW member or at vention.Luncheon. Street.
the'barbecue. The donation is I chrysanthemums in an antique University Women's Club nue.Waldo
:$2 for adults and $1 for children. crystal container. The punchbowl Mrs. :Mary Turner, left, presented a check to :Mrs. Donald Newcomers, Bridge, 8 p. m., Junior High School,
encircled with and PTA 7:30 cafeteria.
was ,
ivy ,
All:local political candidates as first prize in the annual table setting contest at a recent Clubhouse, West Newberry pjn.
and lavender satin Women's Club
pink University ,
jjvill be presented at that time. grapes.An ida Dames meeting. Mrs. Hartsough was chairman of the Health Road.

'Club' by-laws prohibit sponsor- arrangement of chrysan- ices and University College Dames groups arranging a graduation Arts and Science Dames, 8 Daytime ajn., Clubhouse Bridge Group, 9:30:

ship 3f any one politician or themums completed the decora- ers in the picture are Mrs. Clark Cro m, Dames chairman for pjn., Mrs. David Stryker, NewberryRoad.
specific political group, so each ; tions in the living room. and Airs. Robert Hawk. Members aiding Mrs. Hartsough with the 2623 SW 4th Place. Dr. Will-
candidate will be shown equal :Mrs. Hawk and Mrs.Felton Scott and Mrs. David Carson not iam Evans, guest speaker. FRIDAY, April 10,
Punch was served by :Mrs. Business Administration Gainesville Bridge Club, Ia.m.
preference. Andrew John Temples, Miss The University of Florida Journalism-Chairman, Mrs. David Carson in Wtth"I .
ClubUniversity Holiday Inn.
Several club members will be Dames, 8 p.m., Mrs. William -
By Dames have elected Mrs. Dale Andrews Mrs.
"Southern Belles" to Kay[ Herndon and Miss Bonnye Betty sponsor, table. Fox, 1726 SW 8th Drive- Gainesville Woman's Club
pressed as Alam member the Education Robert Glafcke Board
Colson, assisted by Mrs. ChesterV. repre-
University Women's Club Bridge Party, 1:30 p.m., Club-
escort candidates for introduc- Home and Miss Irene Cur- Dames, as president for the sentative, Mrs. Carolyn Havi- Second place house.
Mothers Club International Relations
tion. coming year at a recent meet- ser (Corresponding Secretaryon contest was Group,
T John Selle Is MC members entertained their ry.Mrs. ing. The following slate of of- the Board). using a Buffet Luncheon, 12:15 p.m., SATURDAY, April 11,
.; John F. Selle, the current daughters with a luncheon in Walter Thomas Brownett ficers was announced: Law-Chairman, Mrs. Beverly -theme. Law Faculty Club, New Newberry Barbecue for the College of

JJ&PW Boss Of The Year, will the Holiday Inn recently when sister of the honoree, kept Agriculture chairman, Mrs. Freeman; sponsor, Mrs. WaIter honorable Road. Architecture and Fine Arts,
serve as MC for the presentation -85 members and guests at- the guest book. Claire Nogel- Mrs. Probert; Board representative -George Gainesville Chapter, Daughters 5 pjn., home of Mr. and

of the candidates. tended. ,About 40 of the brideelect'scollege Marvin Brooker; ,sponsor board repre- Mrs. Helene McPeak: I theme. of the American Revolution Mrs. Harry Merritt, Payne's
Talbot and his Miss Rose I 3 pjn., Mrs. J. Milton : Prairie.
? W. S. "Tiny" Urquhart, presi- friends attended duringthe sentative, Mrs. Carole Russell (Treasurer on the Board). Mrs. Mary
iDixieland Boys" will furnish dent, was in charge of arrange- afternoon. (Recording Secretary of the Medicine Chairman, Mrs. Josephine Brownlee, Glenn Springs
for the event. Special ments and Mrs. J. R I Road. -
jnusic Thorpewas Board). Barbara Boring; Board repre- sented with Select
country and western numbers chairman of entertainment., ;sentative, :Mrs. Cecelia Cobb Cosmos Club, 2:30 pjn., yournewSPRING ;
Architecture-Chairman Mrs. ship cards for
also will be performed by "The H. G. Davis Jr., professor of'' ESA HoldsAnniversary Gloria Ginn ,, Mrs. '(Publicity Chairman). of service and Mrs. W. H. Cartwright and FABRIC a
I ; sponsor
I Mrs. Eva George, hostessesat
llighlanders, a high Journalism and Communicationsat Pharmacy-Chairman, Mrs. at
David Wilmot; board representative to the Dames. the home
Jduo. the University of Florida,I Mrs. Diane McGee:Mary Notari Board representative Members of Cartwright 938 SING RExperienced
The barbecue pits will be Mrs. NW 24th Avenue.
was guest speaker for the after-I Camille Cusimano
and Personal Chair-
(Hospitality honor their
Engineering Dames, 8 ,
Fisher and p.m.
manned by Eddie noon. He was by (Historian).
man of the Board). and new
"Hank" Dauphinee.Four I Mrs. Donald J. Hart Meeting I Physical Education-Chair-
Arts and Sciences-chairman (Pushing Hubby )
hundred pounds of beef Mr. Davis discussed the historical man, Mrs. Judy Byrd; sponsor
Commemorating the charterof Mrs. Mayson Ross ,, quet Thursday,
and fresh pork hams will be cathedrals and churchesof ; sponsor Mrs. William Potter; Board -
Beta Lambda chapter of Mrs. Harry Warfel; Board Rep I the Student
of hickory Ep-
cooked with a blending Europe as Mrs. Davis showed representative, Mrs. Kaye For
smoke and rich barbecue i slides he took during their silon Sigma Alpha one year ago, resentative, Mrs. Meiko van;sythe, (Third Vice-president).
the met in the Community Heiningen (Membership Chair-
"All the trimming" will group Cosmos
sauce. European trip with the OFAlumni Prize Winners Listed Machineoperators
accompany the barbecue din- Tour last room of the Guaranty Fed- man of the Board). Sewing
summer. Health
eral Savings and Loan Associa- Business Administration Related Services
Mrs W. H.
ners. Members introduced their
Proceeds from the affair will tion recently with Mrs. David chairman Mrs. Joann Adkins, Dames and University College hostess for the
daughters and a short business I Dames
to win
board representative, Mrs. Robin the
Hoffmeister and
Mrs. Jon '
toward rehabilitation Yag- the Cosmos Club
f go meeting followed.County first
First prize in the'Mary Turner
Bissey vicepresidentof
projects and financing the club gy the Board ). ,Tablesetting Contest. 2:30 pjn. in her

representation to the be National held in Club triple tiered anniversarycake Education-chairman, Mrs. I Theme of their setting, 24th afternoon Avenue.will- With At Least 3 YEARS Factory Trained
B&PW Convention to was served during the social Mary Leigh Beers; sponsor,, "Graduation Dinner," featureda Experience
Detroit in July. The current National hour. white satin coveredmortarboard George.
Groups. MeetSpring Mrs. Vince McGuire, Board
t't Second Vice-President is representative, :Mrs. Sharon filled with flowers as a I APPLY AT -
meeting of the Alachua The chapter's first rushing social Anderson (Parlimentarian for.centerpiece with white china
ty F County Federation of Woman's will be a spaghetti supper the Board). and amethyst crystal. II Florida Athletic Co.
tonight at the home of Mrs. Eu- Mrs. Donald Hartsough, chair- by
Church Clubs will be held Wednesdayat Engineering chairman,
Foster. :Mrs. Karl K 'Win- 302 N.W. 6th Street
10 a.m. in the First Methodist gene Mrs. Carolyn Rooks; sponsor, man of the committee, was
Church of Archer. A coffee will kel will assist her this evening.The Mrs. David Williams; Board assisted by Mrs. Robert Hawk, Furniture"Furniture 1J I Phone 2-3378 after 2 p.m.
precede the meeting. party will commence at 7 representative, Mrs. Bobbye Mrs. Felton Scott, and Mrs. To Live I

Circles .Twelve clubs in the countywill p.m.Next Patray (Second :Vicepresidentof --- -

be represented Mrs. F. W. regular meeting for the Board).

TUESDAY S April 7 Kokomoor, president, announced. -members, rushees, and guests, Health Related Services- COLOSSAL
GRACE PRESBYTERIAN will be Tuesday at 8 p.m. In ad- chairman, Mrs. Sue Moore,

"CHURCH I E. H. Clarkson, administratorof dition to the regular study program Board representative, Mrs. Sue
7:20 pjn., Circle 3, Church.' Alachua General Hospitalwill the election of officers Overcash (Ways and Means and

'CETHSEMANE LUTHERAN, be guest speaker. will be held. Special Activities Chairman). I Ia

CHURCH _...".., .. w "'''', _, ?{ $ MONEY $
?. 8 p.m., Gethsemane Lutheran -
", Church Women, Mrs. Dav- Add a .Add a Lot to LivingWhy

'Jd Musgrave, 921 NW 25th Ter- '
-racet"UNiyERSITY let the house run you? Why not take it easier with a kitchen t .

METHODIST extension phone. With phones in all the places you live most.. .bedroom

jpIURCH, WSCST workshop, Florida room. To add colorful, economical extension
8 p.m., Circle 3, Mrs. J. H.

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.v 8 pjn., Sarah Circle, Mrs. Bell .
Adolph Wirth, Rocky Point 1.
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8 p.m., University Lutheran :. : .
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& Church Women, Mrs. Dale -- _". .. i
Fletcher, 4010 SW 21st Street. -C V
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p.m., ,', :;! "
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*"eral Meeting, 8 pjn., Church.
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t'uesday, April V, i>o4 Gainesville Sung ?

Letter That Ended Mac Arthur's Career I I ( ) 50th ANNIVERSARY 50th ANNIVERSARY : -.

WASHINGTON (AP-Former) gressman from Massachusettswho Martin, in the midst of a congressman continued. "Mac-' conducting, which may prove I .
Speaker Joseph W. Martin Jr. was House minority leader House debate on the Korean Arthur never mentioned that let-! advantageous to the public, let
once made public a letter that then received a reply from War in April 1951 released the ter to me at all. And I never him not refuse his assistance to
ended the military career of a MacArthur. In the reply, Mac- letter. said a word about it, either. I the state, but let him come with
friend. The friend never men- Arthur wrote Martin "There is I Two days after the letter was always felt, let sleeping dogs me to Macedonia."He Westinghouse'VEIi
tioned the letter again, and neither no substitute for victory," and made public, Truman dismissed lie." shall be furnished with a
did Martin, and the two remained -he disagreed with President MacArthur as the American ship, a horse, 'a tent; even his
who said he
close to the end. Harry S. Truman's decision to commander in the Far East, i Martin, always traveling charges shall be de .
Thefriend was General of the limit the war to Korea itself and and the long military career of called on MacArthur when vis- frayed. -
Army Douglas MacArthur, who to leave enemy bases in Com- the general came to an end. iting New York in the last few "But if he thinks this too
died: Sunday. In a reminiscent munist. China alone."I "I never had any regrets years, walked to the other end much trouble and prefers the Golden
- - of his office to point to framed :
: interview, Martin reviewed the had asked him for his about making that letter pub- a repose of a city life to the tools.of c.1 FLAMELESS : .
I events:that swirled about the views, and his reply did not say lic," Martin said. "I always document. war, let him not, on land, as-
historic letter that his views were confidential, figured that Truman wanted to It was a copy of a speech bya sume the office of a pilot." Jubilee 1 I i ELECTRIC RANGE
"I had wanted some ammunition but I was not sure what to do," fire MacArthur anyway. He did Roman general, Lucius Clem- Underneath was the inked'Inscription .
to answer some of the Democratic Martin said. "I walked around it all too quickly. He fired him ilus Paulus, replying to his military "Amen!." and the signature SPECIAL ..
:. arguments about the the block several times beforeI two days after I released the critics in 168 B.C. "Douglas MacArthur." .
war in Korea" said Martin finally made up my mind. I letter. If it had not been the let- The speech said, in part: "He sent this to me two years .
"and_.so I wrote a letter to Mac' decided that if he did not want ter, Truman would have found "If therefore, anyone thinks ago," Martin said. "It sort of
Arthur asking for his views." his views known he would have some other excuse." himself qualified to give advice touches the whole point of "COOKS RINGS AROUND THE REST"
,Martin, ,a, Republican con- :said :so." "It is funny" the 79-year-old respecting the war which I am everything, doesn't it?"

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Central Florida Brazil Calls Book Exhibit for Young Read, Easy to Use

; 1001 Cooking Heats .

For Election Folks to Be Displayedobserve 4. Uft-off Oven Door-Easy

Hold to clean
May Key Starke and Gainesville resi-' National. library Week
Of PresidentBRASILIA dents will get a chance to see April 1218. Plug-out Surface and Oven Ci---: _Of...

By ALLEN MORRIS I Graham had a belief in the infallibility ] the National "Good Readingfor It includes 60 volumes aim- Units '
Brazil AP exhibit while
( ) they
TALLAHASSEE If Ernest of figures, and his pos- ed at young people from elementary -
Graham proved it once, he did itiveness persuaded many people. Brazilian Senate approved a bill school to high school. Miracle _
it a thousand times. I What the Dade Senator forgot early today calling for immediate PTAs Join Local Jaycees and Friends of Sealed Oven
He had penciled the figures on. in time was that he had. congressional election of an the Library are cooperating to
a 3 x 5 card, instantly avail I been the source of the guesses interim president to serve the bring the exhibit here. It will be o Full length
able for displaying to all he put down on that card. While In ProgramThe at the Gainesville NW 6th Street Platform
20 months left of Joao Goulart'sterm.
could stop on the figures added up correctly,I Shopping Center April 13, 14 and
his rounds of it was people who voted. They Westwood and Littlewood 15, and in Starke April 16, 17 Light
Florida as a didn't stay in the columns as- PTAs will have a join meetingat and 18.Friends.
candidate for Crackerthe signed them by Graham, who With speedy approval of the 7:30 tonight in the Westwood of the Library are
bill expected in the Chamber of
Democratic finished third. cafeteria for
a program on planning an active observanceof
n o m i nation Politics With that caution, it might be Deputies, the election appeared Defense. National Library Week in
for Governor in interesting to examine anew likely to take place Thursday.This There's a list of five speakersand Gainesville.
1944. The the statistics which was the target date report scheduled SPECIALLY PRICED
fig voting seem a movie for the It has the
ures showed* still to indicate that the two edly set by the military leaders evening.On .
how he would be elected.As men who will run it off in thisyear's who overthrew Goulart and are I the program will be Civil McKinney.The FOR ANNIVERSARY _
anxious to restore the has issued
a civil engineer Cap'n Democratic primary for govern-'Defense directors Pete Bethel mayor a
ment before any new crises proclamation reserving the Free Service Fr
Governor are to be determined and Walter Murphree; Dr. Ar-
I arise. The constitution week for observance of "National
by the ballots of Central Flori- providesfor thur Broyles, a nuclear physi--
the election to be held 30 Library Week. Delivery
Mental Health 00 .
dians. cist; Dr. Robert Cade, a phy-
days after the presidency is va- Florida is one of only four
As the tempo of the cam- sician, and Albert Edgar who 90 Day No ChargeW
states chosen so far to have this
Panel to Be paign accelerates demonstrably, will discuss fallout shelter projects
I in Miami schools. traveling exhibit Its purpose is Accounts
it appears even more likely now Conservatives behind the coup to direct or
attention of
Aired Here than it did some months ago are pressing for the election of and youthful readers to parents good .T. Name Your Own Terms
that North Florida and South-; Gen. Humberto Castelo Bronco, ReservistsTo literature and where to find it.
The first: of a three-part series east Florida could cancel out:army chief of staff and a leaderof "yOU CAN BE SURE IF IT'S WESTINGHOUSE"GUARANTEED
of panel discussions labeled I each other. This would mean the revolt Tour Lab

"Mental Awareness" will be presented the d e c c I s i ve battleground is GAS RANGE .... . .... 19.95
on two Gainesville ra- again Central Florida. The constitution says a military -! Members of the Gainesville GE 49.95
dio stations this week. Except for State Senator Scott man cannot be president, Naval Reserve Research Com- Electrical USED GOODS USED TVs ERATOfrom 29.95
unless he quits active duty 90 6-4 will tour of. the
Sponsored by the Alachua Kelly in Polk and State Repre- pany get a I
County Mental Health Association sentative Fred B. Karl in Vol- days before a vacancy occurs. University[ of Florida's metal- FIXTURES !I
the panels are designedto But it was felt that the presence lurgical laboratory tonight at
usia, this big territory has no
focus on common problems favorite son candidate with first of 9,000 troops who moved into 7:15.Prof. Residential Commercial 1 I Chace and Kitchens
connected with mental health. claim on its votes. This leavesup Brasilia with armored units on Frederick N. Rhines, Industrial l .
The first part, a panel on for the earning the votes of Saturday would persuade con- head of the metallurgy labora- CALL i 376-8221 or 2.2151ON
will be aired to heed the tory will escort the reservistson C. P.
family relations c counties with a tremendous gressmen military's Dressier THE SQUARE AND 503 S.W. 2nd AVE. .
the tour.
today at 7:35 p.m. over WGGG wishes.
number of ballots to cast
and on Wednesday at 8:05 p.m. They will meet at Building Contractor Buy Where You Get Quality Products and Quality Service :
Hillsborough for e x a m pIe, The dispatch with which the 115 on Stadium Road. Phone FR 6-6193 .
over Panel WRUF.members are Rev.Will- had 8.05 per cent of the state's Senate drafted the new law and All Naval reserve officers in 910 N.W. 4th St. 50th ANNIVERSARY 50th ANNIVERSARY

lam Neville of the University registered Democrats for the passed it, all within one day, the Gainesville area who have a --
Presbyterian Church, Alachua 1963 general election and cast indicated the military pressureon scientific interest are invited to

Dr.County Rufus Judge Vaughn J. C. Artkins, associate, and 61.7 first per_ cent primary of its in potential 1960. Pinel-inthe the lawmakers. join the unit. I You, Your Family and Friends Are Invited to Meet

las had 6.14 per cent and cast i

professor University of of psychiatry Florida's J.at Hillis the 53.2 and per cast cent 68.6. Orange Polk had had 3.86 4.19 POOR BRAKESHave

Miller The remaining Health Center.panels will be and cast 66.3. Volusia had 2.89 .. HAYDON and MILDRED BURNS i iAT in Persorf
I and cast 63.2.
illnesses and
on psychomatic In this middle zone, too, are KILL
such other counties with appreciable -
shares of the state's
Plan Memorial vote as Manatee, Sarasota, Lee, Your Car Safety Inspected

Lake Alachua, Marion, Seminole SERVICE ,
For Corregidor and Brevard.The F & M CENTER CITIZENS FIELD

:WASHINGTON (AP) State periodic flooding of the 525 NW 8th AVE. .
Department officials disclosed tall grass and sedge swamps of
today that in 1962 it was proposed the everglades is vital to he WEDNESDAY APRIL 8th 7:3OMake :
to Gen. Douglas Mac- life cycle of the birds which live

Arthur that after his death he ;there. SAVE WATCH FOR OUR the acquaintance of the distinguished Mayor of our. :. ;
be buried at the highest pointof and sister of Jacksonville. '
neighbor city :
Corregidor Island.A I kILc.MLgt Ii IiI i
memorial is to be raised Hear for yourself why Haydon Burns' 15 years of proven ;

there-where defenders MacArthur's finally Philippine surrendered -.I NMCIEr < leadership in the "Jacksonville Story"is needed now in the i :

to the Japanese in 1942 Buslaeu .' Governorship at Tallahassee. ., .

-to the dead of the Pacific .
fighting in World War II. ; c n
MacArthur's advisers told the ,; Home
State Department that the gen- v -
e.Uf. '. p'
eral had made a commitmentthe ,. ..
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year before to be buried at 'I' 215 lit Street N.E. R A AI i .
the MacArthur Memorial site in .
Norfolk, Va., where he will be Rtfl. o ,, ,
laid to rest Saturday. Discount This A
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B Gainesville Sun Tuesday, April 1,1964 .. ..

:SCOLDS CONSUMERS I I Mathews Calls- -- [;for Foe's- ResignationBy : I Polk candidacy.Rep.County. Fred. newspapers Karl' criticized for his I I Fla.To Get Counties$46,000TALLAHASSEE ,

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS citizens 0 f Jacksonville are ber here in Tampa, is supporting equating political strength with I Dickinson for accepting a $500 (APEach

I Dickinson." the amount of he is ableto campaign contribution from of Florida's 67 counties was to
Gubernatorial candidate John aware of the situation. I money
FOR AD 'SUFFERING' I John Pinkerton, chairman of the
Mathews of Jacksonville called High said Louis Benito, Tampa collect by making commit- State Milk Commission when receive $46,000 toda'. from the
.. today for withdrawal of one of Miami Mayor Robert King advertising man, supported ments," said High. Dickinson record, state's race track rx, an in.
was on as
Sfrni ffnrlt Stmru two opponents from the race for High, meanwhile, sighted in on Bryant and got $2 million worthof I Dickinson, campaigning in the to retail price controls opposed on-crease of $5,000 over the same

By PETER BART governor. I Dickinson and Burns. High said state advertising from which I state's vegetable belt around milk. month last year.
'in "Mr. Dickinson has he earned 15 per cent. Now, State Comptroller Ray Green
YORK A advertising executive urged State Sen. Mathews said if Tampa Lake Okeechobee pledged to
NEW prominent said High, Benito was supporting Karl said if Dickinson was said the mailing Monday
consumers Monday in effect to boycott products that they believed charges ,by Fred 0. Dickinsonof been handed the mantle of the Dickinson. fourlane State Road 80 from elected it would amount to a i brought to $178,000 the amount

were "dishonestly advertised." Ernest A. Jones, president West Palm Beach that Jack- Bryant administration, and only High said it was a mistake to Clewiston to West Palm Beach continuation of the "Bryant pol-:i each county received since the

of MacManus, John & Adams, Inc., scolded consumersfor sonville Mayor Haydon Burns God knows the price the peopleare evaluate a candidate's strength if elected. i icy of mediocrity." I!fiscal( year began in July.

"suffering in silence" when they encountered bad adver- sparked racial violence in his going to have to pay for this fcn the amount of money contrib- Sen. Scott Kelly of Lakeland -- -

tising, asserting that "the good advertiser is confused and misled city for political reasons were succession. uted to his campaign. "You are reported the endorsement of sixIN I
by your silence." true, Burns should withdraw.And I I RESTAURANT FEATURE
I "You the connectionof THE COURT OF THE COUNTY
can 'see FLORIDA
Ironically, while Jones was proposing direct consumer he said if the chargeswere I JUDGE ALACHUA COUNTY, FLORIDA -
Dickinson and .
Bryant peoplein IN PROBATE.IN
action, one leading consumer group declared that it was en- false, Dickinson "demon- IN RE: Estate of RE: ESTATE OF
countering financial trouble. strated an'immature and reckless every county High Deceased.To .ames Wesley.Wtilingham t
"It just isn't coincidence that All Creditors and Persons HavingClaims Deceased.To
attitude that is completely .. Es- All Creditors and Persons Having
"The fact is we're broke said Finz executive Warren Cason road board or Demands Against
Stephen devoid of any concept of executive mem- tate: Claims or Demands Against Said Estate
vice of the Obnoxious 'You and each of you are hereby : I
president two-year-old League..Against
leadership. notified and required to present any You and each of you are hereby notified
Commercials. The league, which has depended on voluntary NOTICE OF INTENTION TO I claims and demands which you' or and required to present, any claimsand FRIED CHICKEN
demands which you or either of
contributions, now is seeking to assess its 6,800 members a fee' Mathews said Dickinson accused Pursuant to Section t4S.0* Flo rida either estate of Of you WARNER may HARVEY.have against deceased you. may have against the estate' of
of $3 a Burns of Status notice is hereby given that the late of said County to the Coun- James Wesley Willingham. deceased.I ERVED WITH ? VEGETAIUS. HOT tOUS AND lumm
deliberately I
year. ,
undersigned John D. Baldwin and of Alachua County. Florida late of said County to the County Judgeof
Harold Burchett, doing business under ty Judge Alachua County Florida, at his of-
In"his speech Jones didn't mention the league by name, _but planning a "foolhardy" speechon the firm name of Sudden Service Heat-' at his office in the court, Florida house, of within said fice in the court house of said Countyat
at Gainesville
he did state that expressions of consumer dissatisfaction often television March 21 for the ing and Air<,onditiong Co.. Inc., 907 County six calendar months from the time of Gainesville. F.nda: within six calen- wi -
S.W. 3rd St. P.O. Box 132 Gaines- of this notice. dar months from the time of the first
had;a significant impact on the advertiser. Jones urged con- purpose of furthering his campaign ville. Alachua County Florida, intends the Each first claim publication or demand shall be in:publication of this notice. Each claimor
> for This, to register said fictitious name under the place of demand shall be in writing and shall
governor. was and shall state
sumers in making their attacks to differentiate between "irri- the provisions of the aforesaid Sta writing office address of state the place of residence and post MLIGGETT
and post CAR
tating advertising" and "immoral advertising." he speech in ,which Burns forbade tute.Dated the residence claimant and shall be sworn to office address of the claimant, and
further'raCial demonstra- at Gainesville Florida, this the claimant tit agent or attorney -shall be sworn to by the claimant his
> 30th day of March A.D.. 1964.- by agent his attorney and such claimor
such claim or demandnot any
Said Jones: "Most .cigarette advertising is irritating anda tions in Jacksonville. JOHN D. BALDWIN and filed any shall be void. demand not so filed shall be void.
(3200) 3:31; 4:7. 121 so Caroline H. Willingham DRUG STORES
bloody bore, but I don't think it can be called immoral or unethical Mathews said if-- the chargeswere MARY executrix LOUISE of,MCKNIGHTAs the Vast Will i As executrix of the Last Will and

until we ourselves, make up our minds in a situation true, Burns jeopardizedthe ......aeeee..... -efirx and Testament of Testament ham. deceased of James Wesley Willing- GAINESVILLE SHOrTJNG CENTER

where the surgeon general indicts cigarettes while Congress safety of the citizens of ..* CoW......**. "..* s1 First WARNER.publication HARVEY March 31,deceased 1964 First publication March 17, 19"
gets ready to appropriate millions to subsidize the tobacco Jacksonville for purely political Clara Floyd Gehan (3167) 317. 24 41:7
rriid e Ilfs tg 11 West University Avenue
growers. reasons and ., "that would Q Gainesville Florida

"On the other hand, cigarette advertising aimed at young- disqualify him from occupyingthe ... .,yFae aN4" ,/ Attorney(3201) 3:31.for 4:Executrix 7, 121 .

sters has a nastiness against which you have, in my opinion, position of chief executive." .'.. . ....' .- '
a moral obligation to speak out." Burns said, "I think his state- 214 NW 13th FR 6-6472 --- --- -

ment is so ridiculous and his Also in Ocala

,objectives so obvious that it m }f
.doesn't warrant a reply. The NEWt

Doctors Strike I i 1 .3. 5 7 9

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BRUSSELS, Belgium (AP- involved. Premier Theo Lefevre I SHOW STARTS 7:15 7:15 & 10:28 TIMESi

Belgium's hospitals were crowded said the Cabinet does not planto SOPHIA LOREN IN Stuart Whitman Carol Lynley

to the bursting point today transfer the entire army "TWO WOMEN" SHOCK TREATMENT2nd :T4
as the doctors strike roundedout medical '
_ corps to civilian duty. BOBBY VINTON r u Xw
its first week with no solu- Doctors throughout Belgium CO-FEATURE SURF PARTY i Sellers"George +

tion in sight. continued their refusal to make "SKY ABOVE- STARTS FRIDAY i C. Scott ,

Weary nurses struggled to house calls or see patients in MUD BELOW" MAIL ORDER BRIDE Stanley Kubrick's v"x;
keep up with the flood of pa-! their offices.

tients. Beds were set up in the Two doctors were arrested / Dr. StrangeloveOr.

corridors. Some civilian patientswere Monday in Olen for failing to Academy Awards o April 13th How I Learned T.Stop Worrying I p.
sent to military hospitals. 18-month-old who
help an boy t. And loreTbe Bomb
Only serious cases were ad- died of what police described as atU'" !

mitted, brought in under emer.. a serious lung ailment. a e 3 SHOWS DAILY w .

gency arrangements set up by Lefevre announced that as 1:00, 4:37, 8:14
the 10,000 striking doctors, who long as the strike continued, his
have been joined by 2,000 ,den government would refuse to ne I

tists.The physicians, who are protesting gotiate.The national health program, BEST PICTURE OF THEYEARI! ,

new provisions in Bel- In operation since World WarII ACADEMY AWARD WINNER.. WED. THURS.

gium's national ,health scene, covers five million Belgians. OAimba Pictures presents THE SAM SREGQ.! DAVID LEAN Product! ofMrYKENCE '
have arranged to treat pressingcases. Doctors 'have fixed their own OMRABft FROM BEHIND 1NE BRLY&NBIIRG GATE

But their opponents claim fees for each case, and the
this is not meeting the needs of health fund.reimbursed the pa- ttD Qatoro $ecRRIMtXN7v

the country's 9 million people. tients.,The fund has a deficit of PETER O'TOOLE .. .-.--...
Interior Minister Arthur Gil- $20 million. tlFJ ALEC GUINNESS .. .
son said the emergency setup Lefevre's Catholic-Socialist TECHNICOLOR ------ -

was "not sufficient because 1 coalition, when it came to power 1 i j .-' .-.-,: '. .. s
there is nu treatment for sick in 1961, promised to reform .
people at home and because the i the debt-ridden program. The I H

physicians refuse to function revised health, statute sets a
except in the main hospitals." scale of maximum charges for AN OPEN LETTERTO

The. doctors have refused 'a the doctors. Increases demanded .

request by Gilson to use private by the doctors would total

clinics for emergency cases, $10 million a year.INCOME ,
contending they are not adequately :

equipped. Such clinics TAX : MR. W. S. TALBOT q ,
could: provide 600 more beds in ,
the Brussels area.

Authorities have recalled GAINESVILLEBOOKKEEPERS k. ( "-V-. :;"j. 1964- il I h .' "4r

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Florida's basketball team made the national rankings in tA !Associated Press Sports Writer _'. _I

fourdifferent categories, final statistics by the National Collegiate e

Bureau show. a_ Frank Howard, baseball's reluctant .

Best finish was by Brooks Henderson who wound up 16th in dragon, is breathing fire '.

free throws, making 87 of 103 for an .845 mark. again and that means that Walt

Dick Tomlinson finished 30th in field goal shooting with a d ____ Alston manager of the world

.526 mark, hitting 151 of 287 shots. As a team the Gators were champion Los Angeles Dodgers, '

26th in shooting, making 671 baskets in 1454 shots for a .461 ., can breathe just a little bit :

average. easier. .

The other category in which the UF placed was in rebound-
Howard whose hulking 6-foot-
Ing. The Gators palled down 1153 of 2077 chances for a .555 I ,
7 form
mark and 17th CHIEFLAND WENDELL CORBIN HAS HURDLE TROUBLE was conspiciously absent .
place. Tuesday, April 7, 1964 .
.Indian runner gets wrapped up in the barrier (Sun photo by Tommy Lewis). I from the Dodger training camp '
for most of the spring turnedup

last week and the flimsy .

Bronson Surprise VictorIn Los Angeles attack hasn't been
the same since.
J'Of.iI" b. \ ff n' hurled six strong Innings, allow- end of a 1-0 verdict against Bal!
> The giant sIzed outfielder i ing five hits and striking out,timore.
), 'i ,, stroked two hits six.
:s ; F:11' 'v. -jj Co7 Track MeetCHIEFLAND more Monday Johnson Sparkles
(tj. Jlqt Levy
.: .. .\? '.'wJ : night as Los Angeles whipped Elsehwere, Ken Johnson o!
-- :
-- the New York Yankees 5-1 in Bo Belinsky, the Los Angeles Houston pitched six perfect innings -

Bronson won a tie for second in the high of the' day. an exhibition game. It broughthis Angel southpaw, continues to but lost when Milwaukee

Gator fans actually sat in as one national first place was set the Levy Co. track meet yesterday jump, was second in the 220- Bronson also took the 880 spring production to six hits impress in the Angels' Palm bunched four hits for two runs

tied When Tennessee's Danny Schultz muffed three consecutive in a surprise, scoring 79% yard dash and third in the shot yard and sprint medley relaysto in 15 appearances for a .400 Springs, Calif. camp. He won in the second inning and a 2-1

free throws against the Gators in the final game of the season, points to 72 5-6 for Chiefland put. bolster its winning margin. average. I his second game of the spring' victory. Manny Mota socked a

it dropped him to 101 of 113 for .C94. Rick Park of Tulsa 43 1-3 for Williston and 31& for Double Winner There were no records set in Needed Punch i Monday, allowing only three grand slam homer, highlightinga

won with 121 of 134 for .903. Cedar Key. Bill Campbell of Bronson won the meet which was postponedfrom hits in six innings as Los Angeles six-run Pittsburgh rally and a

The 1963-64 showing is the best the UF ever has done, plac. the shot put and discus throw to last week due to a conflictin Personal problems kept How.! defeated the Cleveland In- 12-4 victory over Minnesota.
ing in four categories. The Bronson victory markedthe be the only other double winner, dates. II ard out of the Dodger camp I. dians 71.Roger Kansas City lost its fifth
first time in five years that until last week and without his Craig who had trouble straight as Detroit rallied for

Auburn Signs EightThe Chiefland failed to win the I bat the Dodger attack w as getting runs with the New York six runs in the last two inningsand

meet. somewhat on the skimpy side.Joward's Mets, is running into the same an 8-7 victory. Willie Mays

race for basketball players continues in the Southeastern Bill Schossler of the victorious Fitness Leader; lifetime slugging average -difficulty with the St. Louis clubbed two doubles and a triple
took individual honors of Cardinals. Craig, the victim of I as San Francisco topped the
Conference but it's mostly Auburn and Kentucky doing the Eagles j .512, tops among the
ligning. with 15 points. He won the 100 Dodgers and ninth best among 12 shutouts last season, shared !Chicago Cubs 9-7. The Chicago

The Tigers reportedly have signed eight players to date, in- and 440-yard dashes, finished in active players, adds a needed pitching chores with Ray Sa. White Sox nipped the Mets 2-1

cluding the four cagers rated best in Georgia and one from Stays in Shapehis punch to Alston's cast. decki and Bob Humphries and and Cincinnati defeated Philadelphia .

Florida. The latter is Bob Miller from Fort Lauderdale. the Cards wound up on the shortKondves 5-3.
Howard's shared the
Kentucky has signed Gary Gamble, 6-5, from Earlington -
High Hurdes! 1, Griffith, (W); % ST. LOUIS (AP-The man weight down by playing spotlight with Sandy Koufax
High, Tommy Porter, 6-3, from Christian County; and Bob
M. B 3. (8) 4, Swilley, I
Moody ( ); May ;
who will be the The
Tallent, 6-5. from Maytown, all in Kentucky. (C); 5, H. Moody, (B). :17.0 new ad- handball with such men as St. pitching.. Dodger ace Leads .
Among Florida players signed by other schools are Jeff 100-yard dash 1. Schossler (B); 2, ministrator for President John- Louis Cardinal first basemanBill ----
'1 Key (C); 3 RichboUrg (CK); '4, DavisB son's Council on Physical Fit White. I "
Grate, Miami Norland, a Tipoff Club all-state choice, by Georgia ( ); 5, Turner (CK). ;10.6
Tech; and Ray Touchstone, Choctawhatchee, 6-6, by Alaba Mile run -' 1, Asbell (C); 2. Dortch ness hasn't gained a pound "Good 'To Me" i
ma.'Tech also stole two bright minor sports prospects in golfer (C); 3. Dalton (CK).; 4. Hollingshead since he lettered in three sportsat "St. Louis University has
W Coulter (CK) 5:13.0 "
( ); 5. "
in the
Bill Dudley of Tampa King and John Gilbart, a tennis Low Hurdles 1, Cortln (C); 2 1930s.Syracuse University been good to me, the amiable Major College
star from St. Petersburg High.Auburn's Swilley (C) and Campbell (B) tie; 4, native of Rochester, N.Y., said.
Michael (WU 5, Griffin (W). :23.5 "But the new job is
signees are Randall Walker, Carrolton, 6-6; Tom St Louis University athletic a challengeand
Perry, Dublin, 6-3; Alex Howell,..Blakely 6-3; and Stan Wor- Moody 880-yard Beasley relay, May- 1.Davis Bronson 2, ChIef( director J. Robert Stewart accepted an upgrading. I believe I Scorers
ley Lumpkin Co. 6-4 all from land; 3. Williston. 1:44.0 can meet the challenge." Cage
; Georgia; Gary Lambert 6-4, Locust the offer of the administrative -
Fork 440-yard( dash 1. Schossler (8)); fc Stewart lettered in football,
and Harold
; Garden 6-6. Valley Head, both in Alabama from Council
Loft in (W); 3, Durrance (C); 4 Slaughter job Physical -
; Charlie Osborne, 6-5, Winchester, Ky.; and Miller, (CK); 5, Lane (C). :56.0 boss Stan MusiaL Stewart basketball and soccer at Syra- \ NEW YORK (APHowardButch Ohio State 30.6
Stranahan 62. has 1. Rees (W); 2 Beau- cuse before he graduated in 1III 1"1 and Steve
Georgia signed, to date, 6-7 Don Wix, South 883-yard run flew to Washington Monday
champ (C); 3. Brown (CK); 4, MichaelW 1939. He coached in high schoolsat ( ) Komives Bowling Thomas, Xavier, Ohio, 30.0,
Cobb. Alabama picked Mike Nordholz, 6-1, South Osborne. ( ; 5, Griffin (B). 2:14.0 night to meet with Musial, who Syracuse and Rochester :;, ,, ., JiY Green's hot-handed backcourt completed the 30-point club.
Sprint, medley relay 1, BronsonH. was appointed by the President '. :t.'V.: ace, is the major college basket. ..
Bird) 2, N.Y before .
Caught on the Rim ( Moody Beastey :May ; Feb 14th to head'th 'c uncI1. ," becoming associate 4SthToTop
Chiefland; 3, Cedar Key. 2:21.0 athletic director of Michigan / tall scoring champion.The Komives vaulted from 45th
220-yard( dash 1, Key (C); 2. Schos- 6-foot-l senior fired at a
In answer to queries the Jacksonville Suns baseball team sler (B); 3. Richbourgh (CK); 4 ReesW "I'm glad to get the job, said State University. He conducteda postion a year ago to the top
( ); 5, StandrkJga (W:2.4.1 the -:47-year-old Stewart, who combat fitness while 36.7 points.pergame.clipthird He
will International program spot. capped his
open League play on April 22, in a game with college career -
Mile relay 1, Williston (Sheldon. weighs 190 pounds, and keeps he was in the Navy in the mid- highest average in history and with
Rochester. The Suns a record 50
at home ,
play from April 22-May 4, before Reese, Head Griffith 2, Bronson; 3 headed record list of straight
a seven
going on their first road trip. Weekday and Sunday single Chiefland. 4:07.0 50s. Stewart became athletic director / free throws in his last five
games will start at 7:30 billsat Shot put 1, Campbell (B); 2, Far- of St. Louis U. in 1958. : collegians with averages of bet- games.
pjnTtwin 6p.ni. Schossler (B); 4, Rich-! '
neU (CrV ter.tban -
The Sun's all-scholastic sk tbaU:team wlllbe "announced bourg (<:KI 5.'TurnerCIQ.44' feet Cinches ''UF SportsBanquet : Under;Stewart,':St*.Louis University's FRANK HOWARD to SO.ppints final pergarne.according statistics Only Frank Selvy, former
released -
later in the week. The list of honor students who are cagers, Billikens have taken Banging Away Furman star, and ex-Utah gunner -
Discus throw 1, Campbell (B); 2. today by the NCAA.
has Increased tremendously over the years. Famed (C); 3, Beasley (B); 4 H. the NCAA soccer championshipsthree Nick Werkman of Seton Hall Bill McGill finished with
Former UF hurler Dennis Aust has been on the St. Louis Car- Moody inches (B); 5, Alford (CK). 123 feet 5 Is out of the last four years ExhibitionBaseball last year's No. 1 scorer, finished higher season averages. Selvy

dinals spring roster to date. Aust likely will be sent down to a and last year the Billikens won averaged 41.7 points
I High lump 1 Rogers (C); 2. second this season with a 33.2 pergamein
Triple-A loop for experience. The major league teams will per- Schossler (B); Head (W) and Beck- the Missouri Valley Conference 1954 and McGill posted a 36.8
ham (CK) tie; 5, Peek (C) and Coulter Set mark.
form in exhibition games in the Sunshine State through Thurs (CK) tie. 1 feet 5 Inches TonightThe baseball championships. : Manny N e w s o m e, Western mark in 1962.

day of this week. The Yankees have a windup game with Broad )Jump 1, Beasley (B>; 2, Michigan 32.7 Bill Bradley,
Milwaukee in Fort Lauderdale Rogers (C); 3 Peek (C); 4, HarveyW ;
on Saturday. ( ); 5. Davis (B). 18 feet 4 inches.. University of Florida's Ole Miss NATIONAL LEAGUE Princeton, 32.3; Rick Barry, Miami -

annual all-sports banquet is set Fla., 32.2; Gary Bradds
at 6:30: tonight at the Student Won Lost Pet. I ,
San Francisco 21 5.808
I Sharks Service Center. Milwaukee 15 5 .750
Go for Bait Puts Lead St. Louis 14 7 MlPittsburgh
13 8 .619
Noah of
Langdale, president Chicago 13 9 .591 Alan Treece
Georgia State College will be Houston 10 .524
the speaker. Langdale, a former At StakeBy Cincinnati Philadelphia 11 10 10 11 .500.500 Signs Grant : ToCeltics
I Los Angeles 10 .474
In Wrestling 'Game' football All-America player New York 9 14 .391

I at Alabama, is one of the fore- THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AMERICAN LEAGUE With Gators

most speakers in the nation. Mississippi, leading the western -
Baltimore 11 .550 Alan
3 riu Unfit Climca His voice rumbling throughthe ment Is part of it. I division of the Southeastern Minnesota 10 e .524 -
of the
Highlights all-sports 6-4 forward from
Chicago 10 11 Treece
.476 ,
clash of sabres the wrest- Conference its baseball
( puts ,
ROBERT UPSYTE "Once wrestled and banquet will include presentation Washington 10 .474 Jacksonville Terry Parker.
By you've
New York 9 12 ..429I I .
lers, who are quiet, share a lead at stake today as the Reb-I i II II
been tired and extended of the Walter J. Matherly c's Angeles C 11 .421 basketball
yourself : has signed a By THE ASSOCIATED
NEW YORK The is gym with the fencers who els invade Louisiana State for a Detroit 14 .391 PRESS
game says Farrell, "other thingsin scholarship award, the most Boston C 16 .333 grant-in-aid scholarship with Defense
a word seldom
shriek like stars) Farrell doubleheader.A .
called shark, and it Is some- opera valuable basketball player Cleveland I 17 .320
leads the team drills life seem easy working Kansas City 5 15 .250 the University of Florida. heard around the National Bas
thing like life: Four men en- hard, dealing with business pro- award, the Fergie K. Ferguson game between the two was Standings Include only games between Treece, an All-City selection ketball
circle a fifth, called the "bait", that stretch their tendons, bunch blems in award and introduction of the rained out Monday, as were major league teams and do not include Association, plays a major
standing a running games against minor league teams or twice and chosen for the role
tonight the
their muscles and bruise their as Boston
and take turns attacking him Alabama at Tulane and Mississippi "B"
out of gas on a lonely 1964 grid captain of the Gators. games. Gainesville Tipoff Club all- Celtics
for 15 minutes. Then the bait bones. While standing on his I road." State at Arkansas State. YESTERDAY'S RESULTS this is the seek an unprecedented
head he has been known to The award to state team season, four-straight in the East-
becomes a shark, one of the Matherly goes All the games were rescheduled sweep
first to be the
Louis C signed
Baltimore 1 St. by
sharks goes into the .circle, and shame laggards with such I Because the wrestler com- the football player maintaining today as twinbills. Chicago (A) 2, Mew York (N) 1 Gators.eager ern Division finals against the

the game starts again. wrestling truisms as "If you petes against people of equal highest scholastic average dur- Mississippi, Is the only Cincinnati Milwaukee 5 2,, Philadelphia Houston 1 3 He signed by UF Cincinnati Royals.
For big Bill Farrell, who Is don't push yourself" you're only size (Farrell is 6 feet 1 inch ing the season. The Hills- team unbeaten In SEC play. San Detroit Francisco 8, Kansas 9, City Chicago 7 (N) 7 Coach Norman Sloan who said The Celtics, who dropped sev-

secretly proud of his cauliflowerear hurting yourself. tall, wrestles between 191 and borough County chapter of the Alabama is in second in the Los Angeles ,(At 7, Cleveland 1 Treece has been an outstanding en of 12 regular season games

shark night at the New The pain is minimal claims 215 pounds), the joy of winningis UF alumni group awards the western division at 2-2. Florida Los Pittsburgh Angeles 12(N)Minnesota 5, New York 4 (A) 1 player since his sopho- with the Royals, have unleashed
Your Athletic Club like all pure. leader eastern divisionrace a tenacious defense in sweep.
in the
Farrell, who sneers at torn most valuable basketball player more year when he playedfor
aspects of amateur wrestling with 6-1 record doesn'tsee ing the first three games of the
a Paxon in the state
"It's individual The
rib cartilages and sprained an thing, no trophy. Ferguson award
makes everything else in daily action this week. Sluggers Hank Aaron, Orlando tourney. Treece transferredto series. Cincinnati, held to a top
existence just a little bit easierto wrists and ankles through a team play, no excuses, and goes to the player voted most Other games today Include Cepeda and Willie McCovey hit Parker this production of 92 points, seems
cope with. nose that has been broken three when you're on the mat you valuable on the football team Georgia at Georgia Tech and home runs in all 10 National doomed even with an apparent

to take learn to his mates. last I return to form by ailing Jerry
times. Learning punish depend on yourself. by Tennessee at Milligan.move. League parks season.
while fencers have chic and ._ ,__ l'n___ __.1 ft..___ 'nL__ ___
LALS.a.s GUY sjatdiI1.UULSU11.: -
oarsmen have heritage, the rewards Red Auerbach the Celtics'
of the amateur wrestlerare _BILL STEWART: : BASEBALLServed coach, is elated with the Boston
indeterminate and internal
performance. He called Sun-
There are no yardsticks for !day's victory, "one of the great.
pain.-or forcouragevkorthe-'trk Two With Distinction est defensive efforts I've ever
umphant omen when a man T Leagues "seen." _
rises from the mat a conqueror. I
I In the Western Division final,

There are perhaps some 300- II II,the St. Louis Hawks and San

000 writers in the country, Francisco Warriors
most of them scholastic and collegiate Nrm HOTk Sttnra owned the Hawks, a hockey ie had broken his toe and an He overruled his chief. was." had been let out of his bal their series Wednesday with resume the

athletes. Jobs, women, By ARTHUR DALEY team that was without stars, inexperienced kid had to The atmosphere was chilly Being human, all umpires loon.But Hawks carrying a 2-1 margin.Don't .

weariness, lack of wrestling suc. NEW YORK.Baseball's spirit or enough proficiency to guard the cage. The boys was when they reached their.dress make mistakes on occasion. Stewart didn't blow count Wilt Chamberlainand
but last. The as lucky as he was good. ing quarters afterwards. Few will admit
cess, or the soft life, trim all spring training was just be- finish anywhere ever a many. One of his toughest the Warriors out of it
but a dedicated few thousand ginning and hockey was rush- Major was fascinated by the He stopped one sure goal in "Young man, said a sad fluff, but Bill was one of the calls came one year when through. Their 35-point victory
and of Mack Sennett fashion. He Klem, hurt beyond words, "I few. time for in-
fire There
finale verve, competence was was a ,
toward the
after college. ing Stanley Cup the Cards and Cubs were Saturday night was also a study _
when a heart attack Stewart as chief of the Nation. trapped facing the wrong way had"hoped you'd agree with stance, during a Dodger-Card- fighting for a pennant The in defense with the Hawks man- ___
The N.Y.A.C.'s 35-man team, al Hockey League referees. So me. inal when a pitch to
whisked away Bill Stewart at when a Maple Leaf player game bases were full in the ninth 85 A
aging jast points. repeat
of which Farrell is captain, is "Mr. KIem said Bill, "Ididn.t .
coincidenceof he hired him as .manager- fired at point blank range. Stan Musial was called a ball.
the age of 69. The and Lon Warnecke had a 3- r'r ""3nce would bring: t-e _
considered one of the finest in coach. The shot struck dame for- come into this league to Leo Durocher came bpilin?
the overlapping dates was 2 count on the hitter. Another
Warriors back in the thickof
the country. Seven of them have :striking because Bill had Because he had no stars, tune's darling in the seat of his be a yes man. I have to call out of the dugout in violenl ball and the winning run would right
thirgs. _
been members of the United served both sports with great Bill concentrated on developing pants. The Black Hawks won them as I see them. protest be forced across the plate.

States World team, and six national distinction. He was a rare one, teamwork. Because he had that game and went on to win "Good boy," said Klein, "Was it too nigh?" screamed Qualifying

championships, nine collegiate a big league baseball umpirefor no bench strength, he made the Stanley Cup. The overjoyed visibly brightening, "you'rethe Leo. Bill shook his head. Stewart was never more
championships, and numerous constant substitutions by victors hoisted Stewart to kind of man we want" alert than when Warnecke Rescheduled
22 and big league
local titles are shared years a "Was it too low?" screamedLeo. fired his The
their shoulders and payoff pitch. umpire -
ice. stayed
hockey referee for 14. Those pouring fresh men on the The most controversial decision
them. Thirty-two mem- true to character. almost Bill Shook his head. called it a ball and held
among They
who best knew this bellicose His calculating mind discov- Stewart ever made was Second-round of qualifying in _
bers of the group have attended ered and exploited dropped him. But they World Series when his breath. If Gabby Hartnett, the women's club
little guy regarded him with enemy in the 1943 "Was it too wide or too championship _
college, almost one-third are both admiration and affection. weaknesses until he had held on-which also was in Bob Feller apparently trapped close?" screamed Leo in growing the catcher, had raised any event for 18-hole players at the _

teachers, and the average age Whether the sport was hot wangled the Black Hawks in- character.It Phil Mas off second base on exasperation as the head sort of fuss the stirred-up fans Golf and Country Club has been

is 26. or cold he did a deft and to the Stanley Cup playoffs as was as a baseball umpire a snap throw to Lou Boud- shaking continued. would have rioted. But Hart rescheduled for Monday, April

At 33, Farrell is among the expert job. Most amazing the rankest of outsiders. that Bill gaines his most reau. Man, who was to score nett didn't m 0 v e. He just

oldest, and like most of them ;I beyond question was the feat 218 Inexperienced Gaolie enduring renown. He showedhis the only run of the game, was "Where was it? by this growled at Stewart behind 13.Qualifying started last week

is unmarried. He lives on Long of legerdemain he performedin The Chicagoans lost the first mettle from the very start called safe by Stewart even time he was howling. him. I and the second-round yesterday _

Island, where he conducts an the 1937-38 season with the quarter final game and won when he was paired with Bill though still pictures: later "It was right over the "Dammit, Bill," he said. "It I has been thrown out and re

import business, and comes into Chicago Black Hawks. It was the next two, one ,in over- Klem, the greatest of all um seemed to indicate he was out. middle and waist high" said kills me to admit it, but you scheduled.

Manhattan three or four nightsa more than mere legerdemain.It time.They did the same in the pires. The supposedly infallible "I don't have time to wait Stewart an honest man. "Butit First-round leaders in the bat.

week to cajole, bully and inspire came close to being black semi-finaL When they reachedthe Klem called a balk but. for pictures or x-rays.-' was a ball because I calledit made a good call The ball tle for medalist honors are Eve-

his team mates in featsof magic. final against the slick To- Stewart, the newcomer, was snapped Bill. "I called him that way. I just blew it." was an inch wide of the lyn Puckett, Libba Merrill and

weaty, grinding monotony. Major Frederic McLaughlin ronto,Maple Leafs, their goal- in a better position to see the safe because that's what he Leo slunk away. All the air plate." Rachel EmmeLUF _




10 Gainesville Sun Tuesday, April 7. 14

.I Yankees Won't Have .1'ack onNicklau.s GOLF I Rain Falls And Course \:.:.'.

*S tWf NO BSUtW PA/6.4f W A PAUtf Af TH rop TDPCPTHB' I Grows Longer

g ACKSuw4&.S Fggt.-fNErtE MU 1 SdA 'J.OWIN, M.
It Easy Says Cronin $NIIRRUPrED M0110tJ N-n-tli-Sw14&.IF YOu EVER STOP
; NiP PAU5- /yttMre GOIN&fO PRODUCE A 1RLCKyMOr1O4.JU5st certainty hope so," Nick. 2 ry, r

said, "because that would "
REJCi4E4 ttpozewe 11-15 PEAK OF cumPeSrlN T68AcK5W1w that I would be right up
By BOB HOOBING help for Whitey Ford, Jim Bou-I Aggressiveness 1,"I104e HiP5 Arnold is just about J
BOSTON (AP-Chicago, Baltimore -ton and Al Downing. The prob- Baltimore-"Hank Bauer has THEIR 1'tJKN-Z01'H1l> to start playing his best .,c ,. I Is
:': Minnesota and Detroit lem is not the eight men on the instilled a lot of aggressivenessin UFf.ro NW.f NOt'AND PAU5E NA1lPtl He's hitting the ban as far

.- will press the defending champion field, its on the mound and in the lineup. He's got the club Tub r l KtP PUUTHfft ever seen him hit it."
':::. New York Yankees in a the bullpen." hustling. I think shortstop Luis -: PT ARM POWM AMP PCT&MS ..s.si

five-way American League pen- The Cronin analysis of the Aparicio is in for a really great '-f1..t.CLU0HZA7 EAI.II.THIS THROUGH ISo WAA1' the Masters winner I /
nant fight, President Joe Cronin four challengers: year. Bauer is making him the PlWro"7 WWER.: 1960 and 1962 agreed i !
_. believes. Chicago "Al Lopez is the take-charge guy and Aparicio is he is driving in the Nick-

His reasoning: An four show most optimistic manager down taking hold very well He's the range. "I'm happy about t Itu
marked Improvement while the there. In switchhitting Don Bu- one who runs in to the pitchernow. / driving, and I feel my irons

Yankees, seeking their 14th flag ford up from Indianapolis, the ." r tNL4ecv& a little better," he said. TRY

in 16 years, have stood still. White Sox have a mature, 27- Minnesota" team has a been playing pretty well, KINGEDWARD"
The 64th campaign opens next year old rookie second baseman lot of tools. It is more maturenow I feel better coming into

<- Monday with Los Angeles in who can fly and made the tradeof and looks the part I was tournament than I have for

:: Washington. Cronin made hu, Nellie Fox possible. The Sox impressed by that young pitcher PJkC J ; or four years." America's Largest Selling Cigar,
_. remarks Monday on the basis of have good speed and more Jerry Arrigo. Sam Mele is : 5rAxrIN&DDWN3A

_ ::.' his observations at Florida pitching help in the big rookie, alternating Bob Allison and Vic
-. spring training camps. I Fritz Ackley." Power at first base. Bernie Al-
". "I can't predict a 10-team len is looking better at second. FAMOUS OVERNIGHT
.:.- race as much as we would hope Zoilo Versalles is just terrificat

for one," Cronin said. "I pick GHS Host short, continually making the

the White Sox Orioles, Twins big plays." DEEP SEA FISHING
.. and Tigers as the leading challengers
Detroit "The line-up is much I II
Yankees because To Palatka
to the
better looking with Jerry Lumpeat
-- each has decidely] improved."The second base. He has helped 12 Hours Fishing Time You keep all your catch

_. Yankees are still the BaseballGainesville Dick McAuliffe immeasurably.Don Stewardess Aboard with Short Order Cooking
Yankees. In Demeter and Billy Bruton Anytime and Breakfast at Sun Up Large Sun
Good As Ever help in the outfield. Al Kaline .v: ec.ucawnrt e.+e Deck Plenty of Bait and Tackle.
: ''Their defense is as good as High School will wasn't hitting well this springbut
j ever under new Manager Yogi host defending state Class that's no cause for concern Boat Sails Wed. and Tfiurs., 8 a.m. Returns 5
Berra. But I didn't see Mickey A baseball champion Palatka because everyone knows what p.m. Leaves Fri. and Sat. at 10 p.m. Returns

_ Mantle step out. He's still favoring at 7:30 tonight at Harris Field. he can do. A great deal dependson Liston Not Suspended, Next Day at 2 p.m.

.- the knee on which he had The 'Canes will carry a 2-6 the bat of Norm Cash and
the operation. Roger Marts mark into the contest. Palatka pitching." I But He Can't Fight YetMIAMI Write or Call

wasn't ,doing much. beat, GHS 2-1 in a contest earlier
CAPT. HEMBREE in Cedar Ph. 2061
The race-"I think it will be Key -
"The biggest concern this season.
( However, Lassman said
solid better as a result of the Dodgers
is pitching-namely
.=. .. The_ Braves lost _their opener beating New York in the World Former heavyweight champion "Liston is not suspended; he
but have bounced back to
record -Series. Some of the teams who Sonny Liston hasn't been sus- simply removed from the
,- five wins in succession. pended by the World Boxing ings.nLassman '
the Yankees were in-
thought I :
PKY Seeks Palatka topped Ocala, 4-3, in a vincible may change their think- Association. But he can't fight said a DUU"I ,
contest last week. l .....
ing." to regain his crown until he is ,would be made in next \
Seventh Win Either Rusty Mangum or reinstated to the WBA's ratings.Ed WBA bulletin.He I
Charlie Payne will pitch for the
Lassman, WBA president, \
Braves. Wayne Rick probablywill said that Liston, .
Russ Women
that Liston
: Vs. Citrus get the mound call for said Monday night not suspended, could not
GHS. had been dropped from the rat- considered a contender for

j INVERNESS P. K. Yonge Other "Cane starters loom WinJOPLIN Ings because of a police charge heavyweight title until
Cagers He is
I'"was to seek its seventh straight as Rick Guenther, catcher; Ed pending in Denver. accused -back on the WBA standings. ,w1
.... of carrying a concealed
baseball victory today in a Pavelka, first base; Brian Lassman said if
Igame with Citrus High School. Hipp, shortstop; Steve Leggett, Mo. (APRussIa'swomen's weapon. :"makes an appeal to come t1TIcat
basketball team defending
-.. Game time was 4 p.m. ert, shortstop; Steve Leggett, -' .The WBA said in a Monday and behaves himself," he
The Blue Wave, fresh from third base; and Jack Eckdahl world champions U.S. tour,' release of ratings that "former sure WBA members would SJ/tAT!/ .. '
opened a five-game
downing rival Gainesville High Jim Culpepper and Lee Cum- heavyweight champion Sonny sider reinstating him on h
Monday night by overwhelmingthe
School last Saturday night, like- merlin outfilders. Listen was removed from the ratings. JT.:
Wayland College Flying
will Rob Hansen as start-
ly use GHS has two more gameson 7836. ratings due to his indefinite .
ing pitcher against the 'Canes. tap this week. The 'Canes go suspension." I

First baseman Tom Hansen, to Ocala Friday night for a re- The Russian women took the f)
leading PKY hitter with a .475 turn game with the Wildcats and lead with three minutes gone, BAD VOl '
AG mark; outfielder Tommy Stal- play at Jacksonville Jackson i upped it to 154 in the next seven Starke PlaysAugustine
naker, .429; and catcher Rusty Saturday morning. minutes and led 31-19 at the ip\

Marcus .400, are leading the half. They picked up the paceIn I
bat parade. the final period and had a St.
Two Set For
.. George Solley is hitting .333, 31-point margin at one point.
John Weigman, .313; and pitcher -
Robert Stears, 4-0 to date, Hall of Fame STARKE The BradfordCo.
has a .300 mark at the plate. CullentvardWins Tornadoes were to try and BRIGHT Spotm

Today's game is the first of SALISBURY, N.C. (AP-The avenge their lone baseball loss
two this ,week for PKY. Friday National Sportscasters and Writers of the season today when they p-
afternoon,the Wave journeys to Sportswriters Association will met St. Augustine at 3:30 p.m.

Green Cove Springs for a return posthumously induct radio an- Golf TourneyMYRTLE The Invading Yellowjackets MOVING Day!

contest with the Blue Devils. nouncer Graham McNamee and nipped Starke 7-6 in a Florida aecia :

PKY starters are expected to sports writer Damon Runyoninto BEACH, S.C. (AP) Star Conference game earlier .
AFTER ALL the turmoil of -
be Marcus catcher; Hansen, its Hall of Fame ,'"" moving -
tonight.The -Nelson Cullenward of the San this season by scoring three .\
in, how welcome it is to have
first base; Ricky Waglow, second association will hold its : your
Francisco News-Call Bulletinwon times in the bottom of the sev- :1' favorite newspaper brought to
base; Solley, shortstop; annual dinner in your
Salisbury at the National Golf Writers enth. address
new by a genial carrier
Danny Dennison, third base; which it honors the
top sportscaster -
f and Stalnaker and golf championship Monday witha Emmett eager to greet you and give you the
Stearns Cy and Akridge probably will
: sports writer in the
74 the Dunes Golf
over par-72 8at
same !fy'aervice
Lott, outfielders. nation, and the best in each hurl for Starke with Dwight you
and Beach Club course. enjoyed elsewhere I K.
_ field in each state.Lincoln Sdler, catcher; Mike Frick, BRAKES MM
Crist Cullenward, a 50-year-old left- first base; Mark Hamilton, se- THIS HAPPY experience can be
Tops lander, is outgoing president of cond base; Don Falcon, short- RELINEDwith yours, if you notify our Circulation

: L Keg Action Nine the Golf Writers Association of stop; Wayne McLeod, third I Bonded ning.Ford Department, or your carrier, a few
Mebane America. He has won the California base; and Gary Cole; Greg Reddish Cher., days in advance. Delivery will be
_ -- With 615 Set left-handers title 14 and Mike Waters, outfielders. changed the day you move, so that
times. you won't miss an issue-right at
ALACHUA Lincoln pushedover
_,. Don Crist,Bank of Hawthorne, l.o* the time when your newspaper. can
showed the In the Commercial five runs in the top of the Defending champion Dick Alt- Starke will be seeking its be most helpful -vPJ" -
way seventh inning yesterday to man of Sports Illustrated, also alefthander sixth win in seven games to ->
..... League at Palm Lanes last score a 12-9 win over Mebane's shot a 79 over the date. The Tornadoes also will Sure to Let Us Know Before Yott Got "
night with a 615 series. He had
games of 224167224. Green tncounter.Hornets in a baseball 6,495-yard course. play another at Macclenny contest. on Friday in GAS WLCOOOTCAR '

Wilbur Block Duke Lumber Second in the title
I The victory evened the Ter. flight was
Co., had a 602 on 20C-171-225. <&&aw5vilk
riers' record at 1.1 for the sea- Tom Michael of the Memphis DUU !
Ozie Toole BudweIser, rolled son. Lincoln will play at Willis- Commercial-Appeal, with a 77.
Only New York, Minnesota
582. Frank Palka, Bank of Haw-
ton Vocational tomorrow. and Chicago topped the million
.. thorne, had a 235 high game.
'" Bank of Hawthorne totaled Tommy Edwards led the win- Williston TestsDunnello mark in home attendance in
ners with a pair of doubles. C. the American League in 1963.Kirkpatrick --
990-103 10-1S-3070 while Wise's Edwards THE DEPENDABLES: SUCCESS CARS OF'64We tnu .
and Bradley also had n
Drug Store had a 1053 best two hits for Lincoln. Dixon led
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the losers with a pair. DUN N ELLON Williston r
Red Devils were to meet Dun- ail I i I
Lincoln l ab r h MtbaiM
ah r h _
Rebels Host Holmes.. rt 21 0 Waihlnoton. M 3 21 nellon's Tigers in a baseball
L wi rf 21 0 Hudson ss 411
C. Edwrds, d1 2 James, cf 401 clash today.
Orange ParkALACHUAHIGH T. Etfwrdt. Ib 4 3 2 Dixon c SOI .
Brooks. M 211 Thomas Ib>> 400 Coach Sammy Miller's nine
Bradley. 2b 411 Barnes rf
SPRINGS -I F__ 9b 3 1 t Simmon*, TO 420 was seeking its first win of the

- t Santa Fe was to bid for a second Fox Davis:: .If If 2 300 0 1 u Johnson Morris*30 P 221 111 season. Williston has dropped
Kleckley. c 2 0 0 contests to P. K. Yonge and
baseball win of the seasonat Faulkner c O1 0
4 p.m. today aganist Orange Campbell, p 21 210 0 Taylor High to date.

Park. Totals ..p.... 31II iratals ...... Yn
If t 7 Williston also has contest
I ...... a on
Lincoln ..........
The Rebels probably win use'Mebane ................ 1114211.-I 5-12 Friday at Santa Fe.
Greg Blount on the mound in
-the Keystone Conference contest -

Other Rebel starters probably ,__

... will be Bud Riviere, catcher; MANAGERPest
Mike Barron, first base; Fred
....Clark, second base; Richard 40
:: Johnson, shortstop; Warren Control Operation have to in
designs get our
-- Buck, third base; Randy Hollo- you powerOur
way, left field; Jack Cole, center Estaftlishto Jacksonville firm Was requirement for Manager of
_ field and Pest Control Department. Applicants must b. certified by 1
; Jimmy Emerson, .
t" Florida Structural Pest Control Commission as a pest con. 'lt
right field. tral. operator, for termites and household pests : AA*

The Rebels will host Williston Send resume and salary requirements t. Jeha W. $ilft....... s. engineers area wily group of guys who spend most of their time With the Plan 500 you aren't baked in on a certain engine.You can
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I Yankees Won't HaveIt I iclau.onGOLf:; Rain Falls And Course :1' 1.".

e NO PAt/ee AT TOP
s n7N'rBeuNeNAOA/SIAfi: ). eivPcF4wf i Longer I
AekanNG..t FEF;. l4ERE MU&f SdA J.WIN / WJ
CroninBy IN ggguP'rEP MO'OON ..11rH 5wi &. v?you EvsR STOP
Easy Says Nig PAU5EYC.0'J e-oiNo 10 PRCVUC5 RICKY MO'AOK.s7U9f ( certainly hope so," Nick-
said, "because that would
W' dg o grid CUJ3J that I would be right
BOB HOOBING help for Whitey Ford, Jim Bou-I Aggressiveness & .G)K6W1 &, 11 4E= HIPS Arnold is just about
I "Hank Bauer has K&IH THEIR:/ TURN TDtH* to start playing his best
BOSTON (AP-Chicago, Bal- ton and AI Downing. The problem Baltimore- l PT. AKM&ANP UANP&VO .
:;. timore, Minnesota and Detroit is not the eight men on the Instilled a lot of aggressivenessIn !:.r : NOT PAU t. 'He's hitting the ball as far
will the defending champion field, its on the mound and in the lineup. He's got the club i -iN6 HIP& PUU.THS"l ever seen him hit it."
press .
: l AKM POWM AMP Bttsldl!
_- New York Yankees in a the bullpen." hustling. I think shortstop Luis 1HE{ : CUJ HEAD THROUGHMB the Masters winner
five-way American League pen- The Cronin analysis of the Aparicio is in for a really great BALUTHI& I U7 WHAf 1960 and 1962, agreed j,.
nant President Joe Cronin four challengers: year. Bauer is making him theakecharge PROCUCCS wwEa.
.. fight, he is driving in the NIck-
believes. Chicago "Al Lopez is the guy and Aparicio is range. "I'm happy about
An four show most optimistic manager down taking hold very welL He's the tie
His reasoning: driving, and I feel my irons
I marked improvement while the there. In switchhitting Don Bu- one who runs in to the pitchernow. a little better," he said. iG TRY

Yankees, seeking their 14th flag ford: up from Indianapolis, the ." been playing pretty well, KINGEDWARD"
in 16 years, have stood still. White Sox have a mature, 27- Minnesot-"The team has a I feel better into
The 64th campaign opens next year old rookie second baseman lot of tools. It is more maturenow
and made the tradeof and looks the part. I was tournament than I have for
Monday with Los Angeles in who can fly
< America's urged Selling Cigar
:.. Washington. Cronin made his Nellie Fox possible. The Sox impressed by that young pitcher NCtiehv& pi4K JrA 600WN ; or four years." ,

-- remarks Monday on the basis of have good speed and more Jerry Arrigo. Sam Mele is
::. his observations at Florida: pitching help in the big rookie, alternating Bob Allison and Vic
-. training Fritz Ackley." Power at first base. Bernie Al-
spring camps. FAMOUS OVERNIGHT
... "I can't predict a 10-team len is looking better at second.
--. race as much as we would hope, Zoilo Versalles is just terrificat
for one," Cronin said. "I pick GHS Host short, continually making the fI
the White Sox, Orioles, Twins big plays." DEEP SEA FISHING
and Tigers as the leading challengers Detroit The line-up Is much I

to the Yankees because To PalatkaIn better looking with Jerry Lumpeat
each has decidely improved. second base. He has helped 12 Hours Fishing Time You keep all your catch
"The Yankees are still the Dick McAuliffe immeasurably.Don 4.3A Stewardess Aboard with Short Order Cooking
Yankees. BaseballGainesville Demeter and Billy Bruton Anytime and Breakfast at Sun Up Large Sun

... Good As Ever help in the outfield. Al Kaline +f.ule a+STr etirJ' Deck Plenty of Bait and Tackle.

"-, "Their defense is as good as High School will wasn't hitting well this spring Boot Sails Wed. and Thurs., 8 a.m. Returns 5
ever under new Manager Yogi host defending state Class but that's no cause for concern I p.m. Leaves Fri. and Sat. at 10 p.m. Returns
Berra. But I didn't see Mickey A baseball champion Palatkaat because everyone knows what Liston Not Next Day at 2 p.m.
Mantle step out. He's still favor- 7:30 tonight at Harris Field. he can do. A great deal dependson Suspended,
... ing the knee on which he had The 'Canes will carry a 2-6 the bat of Norm Cash and Write Call
the operation. Roger Marls mark into the contest. Palatka pitching." But He Can't Fight YetMIAMI or

wasn't ,doing much. beat, GHS %el1n a contest ear- CAPT. HEMBREE in Cedar Key Ph. 2061 .
__ "The biggest New York concern lier this season. The race-"I think it will be BEACH, Fla. (AP- However, Lassman said

=, is pitching-namely solid The Braves lost their opener better beating as New a result York of) in the the Dodgers World Former heavyweight champion "Liston is not suspended; he

rw. but have bounced back to record -Series. Some of the teams who Sonny Liston hasn't been suspended -simply removed from the i
five wins In succession. in- by the World Boxing ings. 1' .
thought the Yankees were .
PKY Seeks Palatka topped Ocala, 4-3, In a vincible may change their think- Association. But he can't fightto Lassman said a Rambler"I I '.:?'i.
contest last week. ing. regain his crown until he is would be made in next \
Seventh Win Either Rusty Mangum or reinstated to the WBA's ratings.Ed WBA bulletin.He .

Charlie Payne will pitch for the Lassman, WBA president, said that Liston, ,.' ". '
Braves. Wayne Rick probablywill Russ Women said Monday night that Liston
Vs. CitrusINVERNESS suspended, could not 411"I
the mound call for
- ---- get
GHS. had been dropped from the rat- considered a contender for ....
x" Ings because of a police charge .
heavyweight title until "
P. K. Yonge Other "Cane starters loom WinJOPLIN
Cagers pending in Denver. He is accused -
was to seek its seventh straight as Rick Guenther, catcher; Ed back on the WBA standings. .
I ."..". baseball victory today in a Pavelka, first base; Brian Mo. (APRussia'swomen's ) of carrying a concealed I Lassman said if tm .... .

.. game with Citrus High School Hipp, shortstop; Steve Leggett, ,basketball team, defending -weapon. : "makes an appeal to come
Game time was.4 pjn. ert, shortstop; Steve Leggett, world champions, The WBA said in a Monday and behaves himself," he J1tAT
h. The Blue Wave, fresh from third base; and Jack Eckdahl five-game U.S. tour release of ratings that "former sure WBA members would % Of-
I : downing rival Gainesville High Jim Culpepper and Lee Cum- opened Monday night by overwhelmingthe heavyweight champion Sonny sider reinstating him on j
like- merlin outfilders. from the "
School last Saturday night, Wayland College Flying Liston was removed ratings.
ly will use Rob Hansen as start- GHS has two more gameson Queens 7836. ratings due to his indefinite
- ing pitcher against the 'Canes. tap this week. The 'Canes go suspension."

First baseman Tom Hansen to Ocala Friday night for a return The Russian women took the ..
leading PKY hitter with a .475 game with the Wildcats and lead with three minutes gone, BAD -
A mark; outfielder Tommy Stal- play at Jacksonville Jackson upped it to 15-4 In the next seven Starke Plays "
naker, .429; and catcher Rusty Saturday morning. minutes and led 31.19 at the :7 i.\* !
_ Marcus, .400, are leading the half. They picked up the paceIn _e:

bat parade. Two Set For the final period and had a St. AugustineSTARKE
.. George Solley is hitting .333, 31-point margin at one point. m
John Weigman, .313; and pitcher 1 a.
Robert Stears, 4-0 to date, Hall of Fame The BradfordCo. s I BRIGHT
has a .300 mark at the plate. Tornadoes were to try Spot'In
baseball loss
their lone
Today's game is the first of SALISBURY, N.C. (AP-The avenge
of the today when they
Wins Writers season
two this ,week for PKY. Friday National Sportscasters and
Ei afternoonthe, Wave journeys to Sportswriters Association will met St. Augustine at 3:30 p.m. MOVING !
i Green Cove Springs for a return posthumously induct radio an- Golf TourneyMYRTLE I The Invading Yellowjackets .
contest with the Blue Devils. nouncer Graham McNamee and nipped Starke 7-6 in a Florida M

PKY starters are expected to sports writer Damon Runyoninto BEACH, S.C. (AP) Star Conference game earlier S AFTER ALL the turmoil of moving _.
be Marcus catcher; Hansen, its Hall of Fame tonight. -Nelson Cullenward of the San this season by scoring three "'t 'f :in, how welcome It is to have your
first base; Ricky Waglow, second The association will hold its Francisco News-Call Bulletinwon times in the bottom of the sev \ ':J, favorite newspaper brought to your .
base; Solley, shortstop; annual dinner in Salisbury at the National Golf Writers enth. a new address by a genial carrier .
Danny Dennison, third base; which it honors the top sports-I golf championship Monday witha eager to greet you and give you the -
I and Stearns, Stalnaker and Cy caster and sports writer 74 over the par-72 Dunes Golf Emmett Akridge probably will ecia same quick satisfying service you
Lott, outfielders. nation and the best in each I and Beach Club course. hurl for Starke with Dwight enjoyed elsewhere **KMM <... .
- field in each state.Lincoln Edler, catcher; Mike Frick, BRAKES
Cullenward, a 50-year-old left- first base; Mark Hamilton, se- THIS .HAPPY experience can be
Crist Tops hander, is outgoing president of cond base; Don Falcon, short- RELINEDwith yours, if you notify our Circulation
Nine McLeod, third Department, or your carrier, a few
Action the Golf Writers Association of stop; Wayne I Bonded nlng.Ford
Keg in advance. Delivery will be
Mebane America. He has won the California base; and Gary Cole; Greg Reddish Cher., Plym., that
Trips changed day you move, so
_-. With 615 Set left-handers title 14 and Mike Waters, outfield- you won't miss an issue-right at
ALACHUA Lincoln pushedover the time when your newspaper, can
_?, Don Crist, Bank of Hawthorne, five runs in the top of the Defending champion Dick Alt. Starke will be seeking Its OP be most helpful <*:
showed the way in the Commer- seventh inning yesterday to man of Sports Illustrated, also a sixth win in seven games to *JP* ..
_... Palm Lanes last j Sure to Let Us Know Before You Go
cial League at .
.. score a 12-9 win over Mebane'sGreen left-hander, shot a 79 over the date. The Tornadoes also will
night with a 615 series. He bad Hornets in a baseball 6,495-yard course. play at Macclenny on Friday in GAS WELL '
games of 224-167-224. sncounter. another contest.

.' Wilbur Block, Duke Lumber The victory evened the Terriers Second In the title flight was (! ttzVilk iun i
had 602 206-171-225 Michael of the
a on record at 1-1 for the sea- Memphis Ml N W. 13tk St COOOTtA OtAlt* rt* IZ
Ozie Toole, Budweiser, rolled Lincoln will Commercial-Appeal, with a 77.
son. play at Willis- Only New York, Minnesotaand .
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582. Frank Palka, Bank of Hawthorne ton Vocational
: tomorrow. Chicago topped the million
_. had a 233 high game. Tommy Edwards led the win-' Williston TestsDunnellon mark in home attendance in
6iiI '" Bank of Hawthorne totaled ners with a pair of doubles. C. the American League in 1963. THE DEPEHDABLES: SUCCESS CARS OF '64 .. --
:a:: 990-103M04S-3070() while Wlse'sDrug Edwards and Bradley also had. Nine _

Store had a 1053 best two hits for Lincoln. Dixon led :
-game. the losers with a pair. DUN N EILON Williston
Red Devils were to meet Dun- JI11trrl11 UtS: illcUt ,
llncsla ab r h Mite* b r H
Rebels Host Holmes, rf 210 Washington If 331 nellon's Tigers In a baseball IO\S )ItUtl': ; I''lUSf. - -
Lewis rf 21 0 Harrison M 411 1 clash I ., .
C. Edwrds, d 4 1 2 James d 401 today. -- -
Orange ParkALACHUA.IDGH T. Etfwrds. tb 13 2 Dixon. c 501Brooks. = T1 I
u 21 1 Thorn. 1b 40 Coach Sammy Miller's nine
Brtdlty. 2b 412 Barnes rf !
SPRINGS Foreman 3b 31 0 Simmons, Jb 420 was seeking its first win of the
Davis. If 200 Johnson 3b 111 Williston has
Santa Fe was to bid for a second Fox. If 201 u Norris.. p 221 season. dropped
200 contests to P. K. and
Klcckley. c Yonge
baseball win of the seasonat
Faulkner e 11 0
4 p.m. today aganist Orange Campbell,p p 21 210Trtals 0lasalne Taylor High to date.

Park. aiUITtttls' It f ? Williston also has a contest on
The Rebels probably will use Lincoln bant .. 310012 104211 SWM Friday at Santa Fe. -r:
Greg Blount on the mound In _
.. I r'a
the Keystone Conference con-
u FV'F
r .- Other Rebel starters probably -

will be Bud Riviere, catcher; MANAGER I
Mike Barron, first base; Fred
-.dark, second base; Richard b
.: Johnson, short stop; Warren Pest Control OperationEstablished We have designs to get you in our powerOur
Buck, third base; Randy Hollo-
left field Jack Cole Jacksonville firm has requirement for Manager of
... way, ; center -
Pest Control Department. Applicants mint b. certified by
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E right field. operate* for termites and household pests.
The Rebels will host Williston Send resume and salary requirements to John W. Simmons.McCall engineers area wily group of guys who spend most of their time With the Polara 500 you aren't baked in on*certain engine.You can

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l BUSINESS MARKET r Campaign Contributions. _

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__ For Month Total 13,627

TODAY'S DOW JONES Candidates for various district E. Walker, $10; Betty June Garrett. _

Requests I Prev. Close Components 1st Hi $5; H. J. (Hank) Oaughinee. $* No-
and county offices up for election -I I vaiene M. Hoon $5; Amelia Fowler
Some Candidates Fail $5; John Richard. Tampa. $15 Charles
824.76 t Indust. t up 0.85 in May spent $12,691,11 last George. $15; W. C. Kite $50; Joe Hood.
I month and were given $13,627for $25; Howard Hall. S1GO and Jack U
II 196.42 1 Rails t Iup0.25 Thomas. $25.
s ( following market quotations their campaigns.The .
requested specifically by readers .; To File Reports (A number of contributions less than
are 137.81 J Util I up 0.09 Required .
of the Sun financial page. The quota STOCK LISTINGS expenses and contribu- $5 were included in the report.)
tions furnished by Pierce Wul- II
bern Murpney Investment Service : 286.51 I Stocks I up 0.29 tions were filed yesterday with attorney T. E. (reported Ted) Duncan-The S&65 expenses state for his

here.) 5,850,000 I Volume 11,530,000 Clerk J. B. Carmichael, although qualifying fee and an $845 contribution _
though a candidate's opponentcan Court of Record Judge Ira Car- from T. E. Duncan.
f ; I some candidates failedto

:: STOCK NEW EXCHANGE YORK NEW YORK TIMES! MARKET AVERAGES, APRIL 6 file their reports, the clerk raise legal objections. ter, who is unopposed. Harry Evans. The school superintendent -
candidate reported $1,17 in expenses
Candidates who failed to file
(c) New York T1mea Although Secretary of State
said this morning.He and $1,360 In contributions from _
Close Net Chg. Groiler -__- 1% reports by yesterday's 5 p.m. Tom Adams has cracked downon Harry Evans. Micanopy $1,060; Lt. Col. _ _

Abbott Lab. 2.40 115 25Rails 135.52 High 133,91 Low 134.96 Up .55 Gulf Life ,_...-..- ..? 54% explained his office has no deadline were A. Z. Adkins Jr., how the reports are filed by Mrs.Frank Bonnie W. Wolf E. $19 Mason; A. H.St. Evans Petersburg, lit;

Allied CemAmerada 1.80 57% 828.29 .58 Herff Jones 14'/s authority to enforce the '.election -unopposed ,county solicitor candidate candidates for state offices, par $10; Mr. and Mrs. William Preston.
2.5 Industrials 832.52 824.47 Up Micanopy. $10; Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Sher.
pt. 2.00 75% 481.62 Up .56 Home Insurance 64 law requiring that the report ; Circuit Judge J. C. Ad- ticularly insisting that full ad- ,ouse, Micanopy $10; Mr. Eva Green.
E Stocks 484.02 479.19 ; ,
: Am. Elc. Pow. 1.16b 42% 50 Jax Minit Mkts. 5% be filed monthly, al- kins Jr., who is unopposed; and dresses of contributors be given -Micanopy $10 and Harry Evans. $300.

F, Amer. Enka 1.40a 74% Life this I Claude M. (Red) FranksThe former
Keca! 3w 11% Carmichael said morn-
117 AquaChemAurora _._._ _181 t tax assessor reported $545: expense
g Amer. Home 1.44a 67% Merck _ Life oiLowes Fla 4 ing that he had not reviewedthe and $700 contributions from Claude M
Natl. Airl .80 51% Plastics _.._._ 35 1 Cash I I Franks $600 and Entity H. Franks. $100.
Amer. M. Fdy. .90 IVA Company 19 Campaign reports field yesterday.
...._. 20
N. Y. Centl. .50g 35 Barnes Engineer Dashwood Hicks The county commission -
Armco Stl _ 3.00 75 Milgo Electron ..'_'.. 15 Candidates who failed to re-
Butler Shoe .._ _._ 8 candidate spent $210 and received -
2.00 50% '
Atclu. Topka 1.203 28% NIA M. Pow. Mort Guaranty Ins 49% oort full addresses and Leiman $235 from A. L. CampbeH. $15}
1281hNo. ChromaloyCinerama _._'_ 15 J. F. Hope. $100 and Dashwood Hicks
Norfolk W. _
Bauch Lomb. 1.20 35% Pacific SW Air _.o. 49% Batten, Claude Brandon, John $120.

Baxter Lab. ..36 24% Ind. P. S. 1.48 57% Sci...__.._.. 23 10%% Schlitz Brewing....._._. 48% Reports Pile Up 1 Connell, W. S. (Tiny) Talbot Edgar Johnson The county commissioner -
... Beckman In. 59% No. Nat Gas 1.80 Computer Secur. Life & Tr. _._. 60 and James Wershow, accordingto spent $210 and received a
Olin Math 1.20 48% Cutler Labs A 17% $225 contribution from Edgar Leo John
Beech Lf. S. 1.10 47 .
Southern _._ 17% a check by The Sun. son.
2.50 99% Data Control .. _._'_ 39
I- Bristol My. .80 64% Owens IL. G. 31% Fulton Inds. _..._ 9 Travelers Ins .._.__.... 50 TALLAHASSEE (AP) Cam The upsurge Monday was created All failed to list addresses of Jasper N. Joiner- The school board _

Brown Shoe ....o... 3.40 Pac. G. & E. 1-00 paign finance reports from can. by the required Gainesville residents in full. The candidate spent $9589 and received $211
Pac. Lting 2.40 60% Gen Develop ._._.._ 4 monthly reports from Jasper Joiner, $60; Mrs. B. S.
Brunswich 13% didates for all of state calls for list-
major political
31 Mackey Airlines ._._.. 734 N Y S E Most Active Stocks of candidates for U. S. secretary Endsley. $5; GalnesviMe Bonded Warehouse -
Cambell S. Pac.T&T.1.20 Florida flooded the of- the and address "in $25; T. W. Stearns. $25; CecilN.
2.40 38
% offices in ing name a
Comp. Vol. Close Changes Smith $5 Frederick K.
the Hardy $10
PanAmerA..1.20 80 Mead Johnson _.. 21PacNWTe1.23 Representative, State Legislature ;
Carter Pdt. _, l.OOa 62% 93 100 Fairchild cam 30% 1% fice of Secretary of State Tom and those manner sufficient to assure that George R. Freeman. $lfl; Ralph D.
1.00 30% % up seeking judicial Dickey. $10; Mrs. Charles A. Black,
Parke Dav. _
;Case J. I. ..... 13% Adams Monday. mail will r e a c h the individual
92 500 Anaconda 43% 1 and national $10; Mrs. Ella Maude Murphy. $10;
Pennzoil 2.00 76% Philips Elec. ..._ 49% up posts party office. Burton M. Woodward. $20 Anne H.
Cessna Ah-- 1.00 28% .
43% Redwing Carriers _-11% 77 000 Sperry Rd 18% up /4 the nine candidatesfor 1 Jones. $5; Charles Conover, $5 and
Perkin El. Among
Ches. Ohio 4.00 71 1 Highest spenders in the cam- James E. Brogdon, $5.
75 900.R C A 36% 1%
-80a 47% Ric Group _._ 9% up Fred 0. Dickinsonof I
Pfizer _ governor,
Here Is the list of
Coas. S. Gas. _. 35l.SOb % major contributions I paigns according to last month'sreports Bob Jordan. The sheriff's candidate
Gulf Sul
75 100 Tex 28 1 '
Phelps Dg. 3.00 70% Sperry R. Wts. ...._. 8th up West Palm Beach remained by candidate: : spent $1,525.09 and received $1,11 from
CBS _ 44% D.
were Congressman
Polaroid .20 161Pub.Sv.E.G.2.60 Syntex ._'_'_._ 78% 68 400 El Paso ng 20% off % ,the financial .leader, reporting I DICKINSON Shurley A. Davis. $10; C. J. Fox. West
CDm n 1.20 28% R. (Billy) Matthews sheriff'scandidate Palm Beach, $5; Lester E. Coleman
66 400 Cont Air 27% off 1% ,
75 Tampa Elc. ..._...._ 25 'total con t r ibutions of $393,106 l,000-John J. Walker. $10; Alfred P. Holloway, $50; RobertG.
Cone Mills. .80 15% Aldred J. Bob Jordan and
63 200 Control Data 83% 5% Smith $10; William W. Willis. $30;
47% Tech Measur ._._._ 18% up of Skaff. John Murphy. Clara Murphy.
Pure Oil against spending I Fred J. Junior $25; R. D. Jordan
ContI. Alit .40 27% Frank Paradiso and Arnold Grevior of school superintendent candidate
62 000 Chrysler 44% off %
1.00 37% TWA Wts. _._..._ 24 Fort Lauderdale $600; J. S. Jones Jr., Newberry. $25;
Rayonier Dickinson said he received ; K. Wilson of
ContL Ins. 2.20 56% i Harry Evans. Clarence R. Pettrford. $5; D. L. Norris. _
60 000 Am T & T 138% off 1% Nashville. Tenn.; Russell S. Hughes of
44% ._._.__..._ 8* _
Contrl Dat. 83% Rexall _ -Mb Valspar 56200AmStd $58,196 in gifts last week. I Orlando; A. U Bernardo. W. K. Neuman During February Matthews Santa Fe. $25; R. D. Sellon. LaCrosse
up % ,' Bernard Bloser and James S. $100; Mrs. Marlene Arrington. $50; PaulH.
.50 43%
Corn Pdts. 1.50 65V4 Reyn MetL MUTUAL FUNDS & 19 700 Am Tobacco 34% up % Second highest governor can-; Wood of Tampa; G. N. Smith of Brandon spent $1,687 and received $1,237; ,Joyce. Hawthorne. $25; Rod B. Arkell .
47% $90; J. T. Richardson High
Delta Air 1.60 93% Rich Merr. 1.00 48 900 Studebaker 8% unch didate was Sen. Scott Kelly of Turk; of Howard Palm Falcon Beach. and A. Pierce Dr. Tully Jr.. Jordan spent $1,525 and received Springs. S25; U H. Anderson High
Det. SteelEmerson .60 16V4 R C Cola 1-20 61% 43 500 Pan Amer 8Ooffl lakeland. Kelly listed total con- Mrs. Inez Bell and Melville Spender of $1,116 and Evans spent Springs $5 and L V. Powell $25.
West Palm Beach James D. Morrisonof $1,107.861
El. 1.00 43'. Roy. Dutch 1.73g 43% Affiliated Fund .._... 8.70 47 700 Ampex 16% up % tributions of $293,859, spendingof North Palm Beach; ; Edward H. John- and received $1,360. R. G. Justiss The public: defender -

Fair Camra. .50g 30% SearleGd. 2.00.90 96 58%% Capital Life &Gr. _. 10.07 Amer Stk Exch Active Stocks $248,535 and gifts last weekof son of and Miami Richard; Wagon Pope Babcock of Winter of Mulberry Ha. These are the February reports and, candidate contributions.reported no expenses and no

Jim Walter 1.00 34% Singer _ Divers Growth ._._ 9.92 Volume Close Change 55075. ven. unless noted, the contributor is from Perry McGriffThe unopposed county -

Finanl Fed. .63 Smith KIn. l-20a 67 Dividend Shares ..._ 3.72 118 700 Mohawk Ah10 off % Jacksonville Mayor Hay don KELLY Gainesville A. L Adkins: Jr_ The unopposed surveyor reported no expenses and _
1.05 31% no contributions. _
Fst. Chartr. 1.97f 42% Sou. Cal. Ed. Dreyfus ._ _._.._. 20.76 county solicitor candidate filed Ms last
110.900 Goldfield Corp 21% unch Burns posted a financial totalof J1.000-E. H. Franklin of Lakeland; report March A. Shellie McKlaney The unopposedtax

( Fla. E. Cst. 10V4 St. Oil Cat 2.00 60% Fdelity Capit. _._ 11.45 82 900 Nati Pete 3 with $270,833 and said he spent Roger Reves, E. Tolle. R. C. Trudel J. C. Adkins Jr.- The unopposed collector reported $5(5 In expenses
Oil Ind. 2.00b 65 and Carroll Tolle of Crystal River; M. circuit fudge candidate filed his last and a $650 contribution from Shellla
Food Fair __ .90 21% St. Fidelity Fund -..._.... 17.82 60 000 Assoc Oil 5Y4off14 $175,636 thus far in the cam- G. Whitstone of Brooksvillet P. O. RIlEy March 2Lelm.n report McKInney.H. .
Sterl Drug .o.....00. .65 28% of Tallahassee; Mrs. James Kelly of B.MInThe county commission H. McDonald The county |ludgl
FMC Corp. 1.00 57 Fidelity Trend ._ 19.11 59 600 Braziln Tract 2% off % paign. Burns said he received Quincy; and Mrs. J. O. Gibson of Perry. candidate from Orange Heights reported $959.24 In expenses and $270
Gen. Tele. ._ .88 35% Texas Utile 1.20 I Fund'tal Invest 10.84 Purchases in last week. yesterday reported 1294.93 in expenses In contributions from H. H. and Opal
_ 562,566 $22,886 new money '
Textron _ 1.40 42% MOO-Frank Decker Dewey Smith with contributions from Leiman Batten McDonald $200; H. R. Stringfettow,
Ga. Pacific ........ l.OOb 68% Income of BostonIncorporated _. .. 8.37 Short Sales 4,703 Sen. John Mathews, also of and P. M. Thornhill of Lakeland; Mrs. Orange Heights $300; J. F. Pens $25 $20 and Sidney' Grossman $50.
... ...... 38% C. H. Williams of Lucille Sidney Martin
Tidewater The
Newberry and Leiman Batten, county commissioner
Getty Oil .10g 29% 00. 43 Inc. _.._. 9.82 Other Sales 1 _._ -.___. 544,000 Jacksonville reported total con- Newton of Quincy; U Maxcey of Frost Alma Bethea The unopposed registration from Hawthorne repartee

Grace Co. l.OOb 56% Trans W. A Keystone K-2 _._. 5.66 Total Sales 548,703 tributions of $171,718, gifts last proof; J. O. Gibson of Perry; William supervisor reported no contributions -$210 In expenses and $425 In cantrlbu-
O. Hilliard and Tom Callen of Braden-
Union Pac. 1.60a 41% and no expenses. tlons from Brownie Hughes. H a w-
___ Heine Curt .80 22% Keystone S-3 _..._... 17.07 Advances -_____________. 634 week of $21,146 and total spending ton; William H. Tripp of Tampa; Claude Brandon The county commissioner thorne $50; Sid Martin $200 and Sid
_ _ Und Air L. l-50b 62% Charles FItzpatrIck of Inverness; and from High Springs reported Martin $175.
d IBM 5.00 597 1.00 54 Keystone S-4 _'_ 4.86 Declines ,_. 494 of $140,155. Dr. J. B. Oliphant of Crystal River. $304.97 In expenses with contributionsfrom Lassiter Mason The school board

1 Int. Min. C. __ 1.80a 10% Upjohn Life Investors unavailable Unchanged '-_- 243 Democrat financially Claude Brandon, High Springs candidate reported $291 in expensesand
Lamb .70 28% Fifth ranking BURNS $1400 from Lassiter Mason.
War. $300; E. Finley Cannon Jr. $25; Howard -
Int Tele. 1.00 58% Life Stock Fund _._.... 7.85 Total Issues 1371 Fred Karl O'Steen, High Springs $100 and D. R. (Billy) Matthews The con-
Worthintn. _- 1.50 42% was Rep. $1 000-P. J. Serrales of Miami E. J. Claude Brandon $150. gressman reported $1,687 In expensesand
.80a 42%
Kellogg Mass. Inv. Stock _... 16.80 160
New 1963-64 Highs Barker of Miami Shores and Frederick
85% of Volusia County, who reportedc Jayne $. Bu< -1)) Lehman Cp. 1.34e 30=% Xerox--- Mass Inv. Growth _. 8.68 New 1963-64 Lows -__________- 26 ributlons totaling $120,517and Ravlin of Coral Gables. delegate for the unpledged Republican, lam L. Duke Micanopy S25 Emory P.
Zenith _ l-20a 84% t slate reported $25 in expenses and a Butler Lake City. $25; R. W. Deen
I Litton In. 1.98f 70% Pioneer Fund _._.._.. 9.78 of $83,087. Karl $750-D. W. Higginbotham of Miami $30 contribution from Jayne B. Butter- Jr., Bunnell $10; Grinned Hughes, $100;
Lone S. Cm. 1.00 23% Puritan Fund _ Late spending Beach. $500-Capt. J. B. Tompkins of worth of Gainesville. Mrs. D. W. Newell Jr., High Springs.
AMERICAN 9.72 Morning last Miami Beach. L. W. Scott of Fort Pierce ,
said he received $15,644 J. B. CarmichaelThe unopposed $25; E. Finley Cannon Jr. $50; Al
I Marsh FId. 1.60 41% STOCK EXCHANGE Putnam Growth 9.55 W. F. Higginbotham of Miami, T. P. circuit court clerk reported $585 in expenses Phillips, St. Augustine $150; Alfred R.

Martin M. _. 1.00 19% TV & Elec _'_._.... 8.29 .N. Y. week.Miami Mayor Robert: King Pearson Luckenbach of of Jacksonville Tampa. and Edgar:' J. B. Carmichael.and a $600 contribution from Tucker.Bunnell Bunnell.$25; Mrs.$10;Phyllis G. M.A. Moody.Ladd,

McG. HilL .603 36% Aerojet.Gen _'_. .._ 40% Value Line Inc. _._..... 5.67 ListingAllis MATHEWS Ira Carter- The unopposed court of San Mateo $50; Wallace M. Jopling.
High listed total gifts of $69,148 record ludge filed no report. Lake City, $50; B. J. Williams. Alach-
a Mead Corp. _1.70 49%I Analex Corp _._._..._. 32 Wellington Fund __... 15.01 received last of Orlando Mrs.J. Jo m Connell county fudge 'candidate -ua, .$25; Sam Gottlieb.' St. Augustine
Cbal 48% Int Harv 71% and said he $7,691 .l,000-Paul J. Chalmers Mears of Jacksonville and John Connell reported $76480 in $150; Jack Hobbs, Washington. D. C..
Alcoa 80% Int Nick 78V week. His total spending was 1 Sara H. Howden of Winter Park. $950- expenses and $77J In contributions from $12; Lonnie Jones. Macclenny $24; El-
OVER THE i A. M. Robinson, $5; Wayne Robinson, liott Maguire Green Cove Springs, $50;
COUNTER Jud Chalmers of Jacksonville.
STOCK Am Ah48% Int Pap 34% 54473. I $ -Henry H. Beckwith and Eleanor $30; Jim Hope $100; Verdie Batey $5; Richard Williams $100; M a none
FLASHES Charles Holley of St. Petersburg Commander of Jacksonville and Shank James U Sullivan, Bronson, $SO; John Smith Green, $25; Walter S. Morris.
Alico Land AmBdPar Jones&L 78% Rep. Connell $20 John Wadsworth,
7% Robertson of Bradenton. $ -Marilyn T. Beckum $15; and Bunnell $10; L. E.
MARKET Amer Fidel Life _ 24 Am Can 43% Kais Al 40% led Republican governor -Kupperman and Ann Fletcher of Jack John Connell $550. Bunnell $150; W. M. Sweatt, Fernan-
Crevasse.Sheriff Crevasse reported dina Beach $25 Mrs. Pauline McArth-
Amer Heritage 20% Am Cyan 62 Ken'cott 82 candidates with $7,129 in total sonville burg. and Bill McLeod of St. Peters- $647.54 In expenses and $1,027 in ur, $100; J. H. McNeiU Sr., High

_ NEW YORK (AP) The ed % at 139 on 4,000 shares. Amer Nat. Ins. --- 22 : Am Mot 16% lAg & My 78% contributions. He said he KARL 1 I ISlS Shirley contributions H. Shuler from $25 J.; M.C. B.Lang Wester$20; High Springs.Springs.$25 and$25.Mrs. J. H Tfc, McNeW Jr.,

Ii stock market was slightly lower Chrysler rose V to 45 on 2,500 Amer Pion'r Ute 5% AT&T 139% Loch'd 36 spent $5,825 thus far and received $5$25; Lawrence L. K. Walker. $25; Howard Adams J. Pierce Smith The T x assessor
-Al Sherman of Daytona Beach. ; Allen $5; Fred Lewis reported $710 In expenses and a $1,000
in moderately active trading at shares. Anheuser Bush 48th Am Tob 34% Lorillard 49 $625 in gifts last week. MOO-Frank Zimmerman of Daytona $5; W. S. Ogletree $5; H. S. Myles Jr.,, contribution from J. Pierce Smith.
Pan American World Airways Ampx Cp 27% Mag'vox 40% Ken Folks of Orlando reportedtotal Beach. $ -Mrs. Palmera Sherman of i $5; H. L. Jones $5; H. L. Breland $SOl W. S. (Tiny) Talbot The school su
the opening today. Anodyne __. 4Th Daytona Beach. $500-Doris Icardl of Ralph D. Whlttaker $100; Harvey Rogers perintendent candidate reported $600
Most key stocks took small declined 1% to 78% on 2,500 Citizens Bank .. 34 Anaconda 44% MplsHon 122% gifts of $2,335 and total Winter Park and W. H. Heth of St. Pet ., $5; John Brooks $5; W. H. EdwardsJr. In expenditures and $1,000 in contribu-
L. W.
$5 O.
ersburg. ; M. McClellan. $7; EdwardE. tions from W. 5. Talbot $50;
losses. shares. :Conn.Lt.&Pow39% Armour 53 MM&M 66% spending of $2,074, with $15 in HavHI l, $5; G. Edward MacClellan Graham $50; J. Wynn $10; H. C.

Also o'n blocks of shares :1 ACL 71% Mohasco 13% last week. H. B. Fosterof HIGH $5; Lucian J. Hindery. $10; William O. Lunsford. $10; John Rawls $5; Bar.
Sears, Roebuck was off V at 2,500 Cowles Mag & Pb. 13 gifts Gray. $100; George Z. Rlanhard $20; ney Colson $20; C. S. Ward $2$; J. A.
105% on 1,700 shares. American Ford eased % to 55%; Boeinglost Dun&Bradst62% Babcock 62% Mons'to 72 Fort Myers listed his totalsas $7SO-Sheldon Cooper and H. J. Wal- Luanna A. Whitehead $25; Dr. Rufus Picket $25; Bill Thompson $M; Kay
ton of Tampa and Robert Landis of Lutz. M. Vaughn. $10; Howard A. Smith. $50; Selle $25 and W. S. Talbot $43.
Airlines lost V on 1,700 shares. % at 45% and American First West Fine ---- 17 Beth Stl 39% Mont Wd 36% $1,605 in con t ributions and $ -Danny Udell of Miami Beach. R. H. Mizell. $25; Clyde I. Wheeler, Arthur Thompson The county commission
He said he received -Wesley Silvlan of Palm Beach Sidney $25; Harry U Layfield, $25 Brownie candidate reported $24579 in
at Tobacco fell % to 34 %. Boeing 46% Nat Dais 71% $1,450 in spending.
Du Pont was unchanged Florida Gas 11 Kessler of Miami and M. W. McDowelland Hughes Hawthorne, $25; Jack Zimmer. expenses and contributions from Wayne
262%. U. S. Steel rose % to 59% on Fla. Nat'l Bank __ 59* Borden 73% Nat Dist 27% $50 last week. D. B. Funair of Tampa. man $10; Latham Davis, J2J Harold Presnell High Jacksonville Springs $20 SIC; John Claudie C.

-- Goodyear, which raised Its 3,000 shares. Radio Corp. was Fla. Tel 2S Brunswk 10 N. Am Av 53 U Burroughs ciegg. High Springs $20; Jack

dividend, was up % at 54V* on unchanged at 37 on 6,000 shares. Forrest Labs :24* Cater Tr 62% Penney 51% Clegg James, $5 Wershow and A. W.- Thompson The cou ty$60.com

2,500 shares. American Motors, Yesterday the Associated Founders Life 9 Celanese 68% PaRR 31% mission candidate reported $39421 In
_ Melrose High Principal expenses and $325 In contributions from
was unchanged at 16% on 8,000.i i Press average of 60 stocks rose Franklin.Life 57* Chrysler 45 Pep Cola 49% James Wershow Alachua, $3 O and

. CocaCol 128 Phill Pet 51% Henry S. Blank $25.
.8 to
American Telephone recover- a new high. Great Amer 15% WUlard Williams The school board
I Con Edis 86% RCA 37% member reported $60 In expenses and

Cont Can 48% Rep Stl 47 $70 WlHIams.In contributions from WIllard E.
Dow Che 72% Revlon 38 Three ResignBy Richard J. Wilson The state rep-
resentative candidate reported spend-
YOUR MONEY'S WORTH \ DuPont 262% Hey Tob 46% ing $60 and $245 in contributions from
Richard J. Wilson. $75; Bessie Taylor.
EAL 38% 35%
$50; Herbert Home Jr., $5; Russell
E.Kodak 127% Seaboard 48 SAM McGARVEY 3) That any charges against cepted conditionally, and Dow- Heathe $5; Phillip Barton $50; Sandra

Firestone 41% Sears 105% Sun.Staff Writer him be reviewed fully in his da replied, "I recommend thatit Melinda Johnson Wilson$5; Milton$50. St. Peter. $5 and

Thresher Survivor Benefits 46% Sinclair 45 be recorded as received and Jack Zimmerman The school
Fla Pw %
presence. $63 In -
PALATKA The resignationof I board candidate reported expenses
1I Fla P&L 73% Socony 70% filed, and then I will check it. and $100 In contributions from.
Melrose School principal Smith Gainesville Scrap Iron $25; Ann Zimmerman
Board Chairman Kelley : Also submitted at the same
Ford 55% SouthnC 54% $50 and Jack's Auto Parts
Clarence C. Holden and voca- suggested that all three conditions -time the resignations of $25.
frmst Da 10% SperryR 18% were
By Sylvia Porter .. Frept Sal 36% StO NJ 86% 'tional agriculture teacher L. O.: be discussed before accepting -Melrose teachers Buddy Lee

,'. Frueh Tr 30% Studebak 8% (Oscar) Baldwin were received Baldwin's resignation. Berry and Mary Anaclerio, effective Cash

1 :: One year ago this coming monthly checks until they are der 18 if their deceased hus- Gen Dyn 28% Swift 4'ffi !yesterday by the Putnam Coun- Thomas asked the Board's at-1 June 5. They were ac Rings

Friday, Apr. 10, the submarine 18, and ,w hen the 7 year-old bands have Social Security Gen El 88 Texaco 74% ty Board of Public Instruction. torney, Butler Dowda, if Bald. cepted by the Board without

U.s.5. Thresher plunged to theocean reaches that age benefits for credit of at least a year and Gen Fda 92 Thiokol 16% Holden's, which has been sub- win's resignation could be ac-. comment MissingIn

bottom about 200 miles her mother and sister will .rise :a half out of the three years Gen Mills'39% U Carbid 12m mitted in January, was accepted -

_ >off the coast, of New .England. to $71.30 a month. When the prior to death. Children over Gen Mtrs 81% Unit Airc 48% without comment by the!

1 In seconds, 129 men perished.The mother reaches 62 assumingshe 18 may qualify if they have Goodrich 58% Un Fruit 22% Boards or by School Supt. W.! Dixie BreakInThelma

disaster also left 85 widows does not remarry her been disabled since before their Goodyr 45% US Steel 59% M. (Bill) Thomas. Lily Prexy ,
succeed Holden effective -
and fatherless children benefits will rise to If 57V Univ Mat 13% Named to
171 $78.40. 18th birthday. a widow remarries Greyhnd Brown 303 S. E. 4th
1 Fred O. ,
P .;Ws another even born shortly -I' The total "expected" benefits she no longer receives Gulf Oil 5 WestgEl 35% July was of Wellborn St, reported her home broken

after the Thresher went, for this one family of three these benefits but her children Goodyr 45* Winn Dix 30 Young, principal and 4:30
into between 8
Faces a.m.
down. I are estimated at $29,385. The continue to receive their shares Gulf on 55% Woolwth 77% School in Suwannee County.that he Jury Today p.m. yesterday by someone cutting -

The story of the Thresher total present value of benefits unless and until they too get Holden said yesterday through a rear screen door.

dramatically though going to the Thresher survivors -married. Ike Senior gave no reasons in submittinghis I
trial Three other 'Stolen was $71.56 cash, two rings
resignation, asking only that I The federal jury cases and natur-
tragically, illustrates the extent is $1,672,000.How Survivors qualify not only General Now he be relieved of his duties at of' Cecil M. Webb-president of alization ceremonies were also I'valued at $200, three $25 U. S.
financial benefits paid eligible today I
the are
- of many for monthly benefits but also Melrose SchooL By way of ex the Dixie Lily Co. ,and an influential -scheduled. Savings Bonds, four bank books
today to more than 3,000,000 for this coverage and bow I
for sum toward WASHINGTON AP With "I've man in state politics and a key to a safety depositbox.
a lump payment ( ) planation. he added
and children of men covered many are receiving benefits? Judge G. Harrold Carswell
a: by the Old-Age and Sur- Today 91 million workers (active funeral costs of $120 to the death Sunday of General of brought the school along as far I was postponed until 2 pjn. to- will preside. safe.. All the valuables were in

I- viyois Insurance system. And and retired) are eligible; $255.Can the Army Douglas MacArthur, as I have been able under the I day.He a
j win be tried on a Other charges are against
by jury
Since 'many widows particularly nine out of 10 mothers and the children of a woman former President Dwight D. Eisenhower circumstances. leaving, I John Ashley reported yesterday
worker benefits if she became the senior who charge of possessing 175 more Henry M. Brown; Micanopy,
young women are not their children are eligible in get want to thank all those that $290-$360( has been missing -

I aware of the survivor benefits the event of the death of the dies? I general In the U.S. Army. have helped to build the school, doves than the law permits.The shooting six ducks on Dec. 1, from Ashley's Beauty: Center

to which they are eligible to- breadwinner. Yes, and even if the fatheris Eisenhower, who was restoredto and to extend my best wishes to federal migratory bird 1963, more than the number allowed 4129 N. W. 16th Blvd., since

of and 2 home and contri-- his five-star rank after he left act violation is said to have taken by federal regulation. 8:15
day, this follow-up tale is Today 500,000 widows living at all concerned. : a.m. Saturday.
interest million children are receiving buting to their support -if she the presidency, and General of be has place on September 30, 1963. Sidney Edwards Jr., Chief-
key Holden said that as
- __J It is also alleged that be fail- Allen De 510 N. W. 24th
: the Army Omar Bradley are the land is charged with "unlaw Laney,
all but one case, the regular benefits double the worked under Social Securityfor
In yet no other job lined up. 'I ed to attach tags to them showing St that belly.. type
_ only five-star generals in the fully willfully and reports
Thresher widows with children number only five years ago. at least half of the three knowingly"not
Baldwin appeared before the who shot them when they which he had borrowed -
-----4 under 18 have been eligible for In aH, more than 5 million years before her death. If she Army. complying with an order to, parachute
Board yesterday and read his were killed and signed by the from the Gainesville Parachute
benefits and, had their mothers and children have received has not worked that much, but appear for a physical eTamirq.
} letter of In it be A second count stolen from his
Report on Sub resignation. hunter. charges Club was
husbands not been buried at monthly benefits has previous Social Security tion pursuant to being drafted
_ said he has attempted to serve that he left them with a second home sometime Friday. The
sea, the other widows would amounting to nearly $13 billion credit, her children will get HIGHLAND. Wash. (AP) A into the Army, and with not
the school but that since harmonious for cleaning -without was valued at $200.
party parachute
have received lum -sum pay since the program went Into effect -benefits only if she was contributing -, report on the cause of the fatal : not complying with a later noticeto
ments to cover funeral costs. In 1940. half their support or plunge of the atomic submarine tendering were his tags.The second party is Lewis F. report for induction. The residence of H. Leland
r- Monthly} benefits for the surviving -What do benefits amountto was living with them and their Thresher last year is being achieved effective was July 1. Williams, operator of a Willis- And Elmer Henry Post Office Landesberg, 328 N. W. 15th

families are ranging up ? father was doing neither. prepared for public release,I resignation Box 310, is charged with three Terr., was broken into yester-

I to the maximum $254. Monthly payments now range The individual monthly bene- John Conway, executive director He made it conditional upon ton cold storage plant. :counts of defrauding the govern- day. Reported stolen were:' two

_ Here is the case of a typical from $60 to $254 per family. fits may appear small, but, in of the Joint Congressional] three conditions: He also is charged. ment under the railroad unem- sweaters worth $30, four shirts

Thresher family consisting of The average is $192 monthlyfor countless hundreds of thousands Committee on Atomic Energy, 1) That be receive a written His offense allegedly is failingto the ployment insurance program. worth $21, dungarees $4 and a
that would enable keep accurate records on
a widow, age 29, and two young a widowed mother with of cases, they are the says. recommendation belt $2.Mrs. .
,girls ages 4 and 7. two children. Social Security to- force holding a family togetherand The Navy now Is deleting him to obtain a job else- number and kinds of birds he I He allegedly filed for unemployment -

Benefits. which became payable day is paying close to $tOO keeping the children out of classified material from the report !where. bad, the dates be got them and three times while he W. Asbell report her wallet

immediately, amount to million to survivors each the old fashioned orphanage.What's said Conway, and when I 2, That he be provided with a the names of persons he got was employed here by McCor- stolen containing $84 s o m e-

$6L.per month for each of more, as living costs this is done it will be turned copy of the teacher evalation report them from. The charges fall under micks Restaurants Inc. time between 9 a.m. and 11:49

the three survivors. The children month.Who qualifies? rise, so, over the years almost over to the committee for release I covering his term at Mel the Migratory Bird TreatyAct. He claimed each time he pjn. yesterday from her homeat

will continue to receive; All widows with children un- surely will survivor benefit to the public rose. wasn't working, charges state. 204 N. E. 5th Ave.I .


12 Gainesville Sun Tuesday, April 7, 1964

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L x. reply, write to Abby>> Box 3365, ;J r
GlobeTrotterAbigail Beverly Hills, Calif.. 90212. and Z 1 $

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. ABBY: My husband announced last November law, I am lucky. We get along wonderful and even think and EcTE-r TO c

- that he needed a rest, so he went to New York to visit his do things alike. When I wanted to dry out a cowhide she K Mgay ,
- sister. After being gone two months, he sent me a post card helped me take it up and,nail it to my garage roof, salt it
- from Paris saying he got the "urge" to go abroad. I have down and trim it off. Now I ask you, how many mothersinlaw -
- been getting his post cards from all over Europe with no would go through that for a daughter-in-law? Sincerely,
_ word of how to contact him. What if I, or one of the children, MRS. C. G., NORTH FORT MYERS, FLORIDA MIt aD
: should become seriously ill, or die? Our children are away DEAR MRS. C. G.: Not very danged many! \
- at boarding school, thank heavens, so they are spared the ? f
: humiliation. I feel like a fool when people ask me where my DEAR ABBY: I am 15 and my problem is my parents. I
- husband is. He obviously cares nothing for me or he never met a very nice boy who is 17. He is a sharp kid and a real
- well for but neat dresser. My parents met him and decided they didn't
could have done such a thing. I am provided ,
Isn't everything. We've been married '19 years and I like him because his pants were too. tight. Now they won't let
.. out with him for that reason. He keeps calling and 4
am seriously considering asking my lawyer to file for a di go
vorce. What would you do in my place asking to see me, and I keep making up excuses. I can't tell
him my parents are square, can I?
- DEAR HEARTBROKEN: I'd get In touch with my lawyer DEAR HIGHLAND: Tell the boy that your parents want '
_ Immediately and attempt to locate my globe-trotting hus you to see more of more boys and less of just one. Tight pants M
. band. He could be slck-or just sick of )'Ou. In any case, It'* won't be the vogue forever.
w time he got home. Do nothing about a divorce at this dis '?1

- i f "It's better to have loved and lost than never to have lovedat

: DEAR ABBY: I believe that my mother-in-law Is one In a all" is not always true. Many would have chosen never to
: million. Judging from most of your letters about mothers-in- have loved at all U only they could get back what they lost.
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THE OBSERVER By Russell Baker A I I I

'Fellow Americans -


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5fr 10 forkWASHINGTON mlmtll( you all. I want to speak to you cal crises Excuse me, folks, this case Is the callous disre-

.. "Welcome, today as your neighbor about while I get this telephone- gard of the sacred public turst

ladies and gentlemen, to another something that bothers us herein "Hello. Yes, this is Cal Simp- which has been shown by certain o
network mini-chat, the program the Senate this Bobby kins. Can't it wait?. All people who are not even
that brings you three minutesof Baker business."I right, all right, I'll get Internal senators. There's that phone
elevated thought by the na Revenue en the phone as soon again- >r 1I
tion's most elevated thinkers. know a lot of you feel right as I finish broadcasting "Yes, this is Simpkins. I

For today's lecture, we go to bad that a staff officer of the here., What?. .Sure they'llsee Oh yes, what I wanted to tel ........ ....
Senate would his of ... ....
use position
the office of Senator Cal Simp- it your way when I get you is this: I was in the appropriations 1 ... ....
sacred public trust to enrich .. ... .
tins, who has been keeping an through with them. If they get committee yesterday -
eye on the Bobby Baker inves- himself, and I want to assure nasty about it we'll rewrite the and I've got the location I

tigation. Senator Simpkins. you even that more we alarmed in the Senate about are it tax law. Now listen, this where we're going to build the } I'M W'EN TIIEW HFYI'
stock is going to zoom after the launching complex for the new MASTERS OP TWS
.. "Fellow American, friends, than you are. What is involved tax people reverse their ruling. Minotaur program. You'd better I COUNTRY WORKYtW
... children household pets. Bless here is the gravest kind of ethi- Get oytaUutl. AY$
me right away get down there first thing in the 6EEN A CHANCE 19 K
Okay. .. I'll call you later. morning and buy up five or six O j *6IYINtf-ATAPOUTICAU
WAS A41E .. UYEi.!
POLO thousand of that
_' "Now ladies and gentleman, acres swampland
EXPOSED ANEW as I was saying, the question cheap before everybody in )
noRMS 'OD'"EACROSS posed by the Bobby Baker case' the Senate gets onto it. I'll Zto
33.:Jwetf pots.. S N A. EAT 0 D. J
call back in few
Foundation to is one of ethics. What kind of you a minutesand i
6.Volcanic 35.Adhered _WITS SON I C. place would the Senate be if give you the site. We
ILLS r. R A L. N 0 don't want to broadcast it do ,
mountain ta 37.Bibyfapron everybody who worked for It #
R A. LAM ERAntarctica G 0 used his sacred position of public ; we?. Talk to you later. .
Click beetle A G G CR. A LOr: _
Fragrant 9.
trust. Excuse me, but "Now, my neighbors out In
seed 41.Fonnadi 0 R CUR .
FAN _' radioland I want to
this telephone's going again you clearly
13.Hake of source A T A 1'1 A H
rietal 42.Take theerenlng A L UTA Hello. I' understand that what is at is-
14.Scattered meal P I CIAI T A N AGE R "Didn't I tell you never to call sue in this Baker affair is not
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16.Silenced 44.Arnt Span. me at the office?. ". What do; the Senate itself, but only certain
17.Young boy 46.Knowledge Senate employes. There
punu you mean you don't like the >
18:Bird', beak 4S.Roman en20. wasn't a single piece of testimony 4P
.Gender trance COU11l 2.Rode NIg1idcu) lavender, wall-to-wall carpeting:1 that reflected >c )
2LHiuu 50.Rlo-- 3.F.Ind.lit- bird If you don't like it in : unkindly on + __
23.Court 52.Small nIght ttr bearer 9.Nibbles get it in Chinese a single senator, nor shouldere
25.Bdgtan dub 4.Danish 10.Suddenly no, that color would kill me if be. I ask ne you trusty L.
commune 54.Inrm fjord 11.Unhappy the place was ever raided. there be. I ask you, neighbors,
Y!'.EthIcal 5.5.Thespians 5.Stitched 15.Unused if you cannot trust your senator Eti
29.Eng.letter 56.Faun 6.Cod: 19.Pendant listen, hang up now and I'll who can you trust?. :Q I ii
31.HClUIUOJI DOWHcblcw' 22.Salary call you later. Of course I Excuse me. this is the lastphone IIt
syllable Woody 7.Hydraulic 24.Fuoe r.. want you to be happy, baby. call 111 take. .
32.Among fiber pump winds land whIrl- Bye now, Bye bye. "Hello. Simpkins speaking. a 4 !

r 3 4.s "T d Io II 26.Acada '"Ah, ladies and gentlemen, What do you mean stupendum
wood chat there's family life in Washington .I TV doesn't want to retain my
i: IJ 27.Marble for you -' My little daughter 'law firm? You get on the
28.Stripling decorating her own play- horn and remind Stupendumthat =
ii"i i I' '0. Cr. long E room. New what was I saying? I'm a United States senator -1

rt I f I' st.WIuy Yes, about the moral aspectsof and if they don't want to -
m ;' !6.saying Ravel oat this Baker thing..Disgraceful have the F.C.C. panting down DAY OFF .AND Z TitIOC
tI U lJ Z. 7..1.: II$ WITH YOu
Z 3S.Ezplodeu Shocking stories are being whis their necks they'd better get sFloutp 6Q
n' 16 / n Jf 40.Outt pered through the country. themselves a well-situated law *' Guar ,>C2 J:
7/j n.Century ,Vicious rumors. And that's all firm right here at the capitoL. .
U M. J. JS J' 4t tnt bcr they are, nothing but rumors. Call you later. .

Jl_ .a f' river ArmenianJf 'Not a word of proof was brought 'Wen, fellow Americans,
i'l"i'l" U. Not aa: out in our investigation.. Not a neighbors, children and household ::::
F7I"J r'l"/.I+t n .., ,'" po mention of these so-called call pets, it looks like the clock <
V V.'l. 'So Camel' girls, and there never will be has run out on me but I wantto Q.c M
4. 4f J' Ji Jam if it.
coat we can help leave you with this thought: I
5l JJ H 49.condUJ1on Reach a "How would that kind of You can rest assured that your W
ahbr. thing read in the uncommitted Senate is not going to put up
ISS I !S' 51.ABdoU countries of the world where we with a bunch of non-elected em Q '
53.Bone are engaged in the great battle ployes doing business in direct -
>>;,, ;..,e,.. +1 :::>
Par Nmt 26 min. for men's minds? No, fellow competition with your senators. -
Americans, the shocking part of Bless you and keep you."

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j Tuesday April 7 1964 Gainesville
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II FEMALE HELP WANTED 17 Work Wanted MaU "III"lfItttftll".--...----..-..-.---.-..--.-.-,--."-".,",."-_--.-..-.- .-..-.-.-- ........ .- _._

fi Printed Pattern ;

Waitresses, Apply In person REFRIGERATOR and air conditioning
ISEEby Jerry's Restaurant 2310 S.W. repair man wants work. I
You 13th Street.WANTED Call FR 2-2389. WANT-AD RATES

I maid for 5Vt days wfc
capable of doing necessary 18 Schools Cr InstructionsMEN I PH. 372-8441
things to run house and cook
for small family. Hours 1:30 -
the SUN to 5:00. Must have own transportation AND WOMEN WANTEDTO S for
II l. references. $30 TRAIN FOR
per wk.. Write Box 395-A CIVIL SERVICEEXAMS I
c/o Gainesville Sun. J i. Classified OnlyDEADLINES
.. Can
WAITRESS wanted Apply In per
We prepare Men and Women.
ALACHUA GENERAL ADMITTED son Hawthorne.Cookies Truck Terminal Ages 18-55. No experience neces I '

sary. Grammar school education
April 3, 1964BIRTHS WANTED attractive young lady usually sufficient. Permanent
Mrs. Emily B. Shirey, Be- between ages 21 and 35. Good lobs. No layoffs. Short hours. m Tues. thru FrL papers 5 p.m. Day before publication:
ads to
; go in Sun. paper-12OO ajn. Sat.
pay. Savings and Loan lob in High pay. Advancement. Send
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin G. Gun- atrice Coward, Phyllis E. Starlet prior experience In use name. home address phone 111I: i Fer ads to eo In Mon. paper-1 p.m. Sat.
of office machines also desir number and time home. Write .
ter. 107 SW 7th SL, a boy; Mr. Hodges, Bertha Boyd, Mrs. able. Call 944-4501 Starke If Interested Marcel Co. Box 388-A c/o Gainesville (Minimum ad 4 lines)

and Mrs. Robert Bass, Box 27, Martha O. Walker Ann D. Buy WAITRESS for wanted Interview.evening shift Sun.Real I FAMILY RATES --

Newberry a boy Mr. and Mrs. Estate Exam ..
; at Howard Johnson's Restaurant.
Reginer, Harley C.' Manns, Willie Apply In only. At 2830 1 tnsertls ............................................... c line
Michael Leo Supley, Box 12045 0. Scott Jack E. N.W. 13th person St. COURSEATTEND 98 3 Insertions .............................................. 22c line
Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Ja- McKinney First lesson' free. !3 Insertions .............................................. IK line
all of Gainesville; Mary HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE 82 12 Insertions ............................................... u hx
mieson 1914 NW 3rd Ave. 12 Mote Help Wanted COLLEGE 211 W. Univ. Ave Total charge computed' by multiplying total lines rate
a x earn
L. Wilkerson FR. 6-3507, 372-3727. .,
Micanopy; William 5 ed x number of Insertions.

girL ADMITTED I S. Copeland, Alachua i Hire! RAILROAD CAREERS work. :Retirement In communications 82

John F. Fountain; High ADVERTISINGREPRESENTATIVE high pay. Ages 18-30. Write give -
Mary Estelle Hawk, Carl phone to Box 394-A care of S Five letter words per line
Springs; Mrs. Ethel W. Woods, Gainesville Sun IF\\
:Frank H 0 11 a nd, Benjamin Chiefland Virginia W. UlmDunnellon .
; A wonderful opportunity for 27 Feed & Fertilizer t' Same as 2 lines
'Franklin Scruggs, James Edward the right man. Must be be- 8 Pt. ordinary type

Kit k I and Pearl Etta tween 20 & 40 years of i
Sell! age be able to sell type DRY: FERTILIZER soo per Pf. sm ** 3 lines
Weeks, Joann Cawthon, Nancy DISCHARGEDCarl at least 40 wpm, have yard. $1.25 per bag. Phone 376- ( IPP9.j IZ- ordinary type
Charlene Faith good transportation. This 5555-
Swayze Sup-
F. Holland Emma local lob offers tremendous \ Same 4 lines
Kate 5i
:ley, Frances Lillian Gunter, all possibilities for future advancement 28 Livestock & SuppliesGOOD 18 I rt.ordinary type
Mansfield salary
Mrs. Frances
::01 Gainesville; Brenda Joy; plus commission and expenses
Haefele and son Mary L., Wil paid vacation and I
-Bass Newberry Donald Mar grade Sows bred to registered 4) A D
; 4"
kerson many many fringe bene- Same ** unit
Hampshire $35 each.
Margaret, E. Cowan, or fits. Must be willing to r r I. ordinary type
tin Schenck, Waldo; Helen Annette 500 Ib. registered New Hampshire I .m .
Donna J. Suarez, Mrs. Hazel work long hard hours. Experience boar $45. Call FR 2-4782
Keystone preferred but not
After 6 prruf
S. Lauramore and daughter necessary if qualified In all
Heights; Jane Glenn Ebling, other aspects. Send complete YR. old Mare Paint, pleasure. | The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for more then one
Marion Cornelius Mrs. Martha R. Hay, Mrs. Vel resume of qualifications working barrel racing. Registration = Incorrect Insertion, nor wHI It be liable for any error In adver82 -
Micanopy; ma B. Billiard Anita H. Tel to Box 389-A, Gainesville papers available. Call aft tlsement to a greater extent than the cost of the space ocu82 -
444-9295. pled by the Item In the
-Leverette Reddick. Sun.SALESMEN. er 4 p.m. advertisement. No adjustment will
pel Richard Wilder Jr. Mrs. RentCLASSIFIED a be made on errors That do not materially effect the
; REGISTERED Super Rollo Pol a the I Yerilsement.I value of
DISCHARGED Carol B. Crenshaw and daughter Hereford Bull 26 months old.

Mrs: Frances Berger Wilson, needed-2 good men for Sell to avoid Inbreeding. Call
Joseph A. Haskins Eva route. 25-50. Salary 475-5811. TIle
beverage age Gainesylile Sun reserves the privilege of .
'Donald Randolph Jolly, Glen- W. Perkins, Roy E. Turner plus commission. Phone 372-8511 SORREL gelding. Western saddle == lectlng any advertIsement which It deems obJectional revising s, -.to
t to 5 Moo. thru FrL change the
da Sue Owen and bridle gentle capable good m classification of lilY ad\lertlsemen&
Edwards Joseph from that ordered -
Cora Rowell Allen Chesser. REGISTERED land surveyer with women and children. Ph. fly 11r11r4f. 82 to conform to the policy of the paper.
Rose, Rhonda Louise Hammer wanted. Reply to box :390-A FR 6-1575.. 82

"Febbie Jenkins Frank Heitz- April C Gainesville Sun. -
29 Landscaping-Top-Soil i lJllllllllllllIIIIWillllmmlllllllIIII1! oiHmomemfflirfflw!
ROUTE salesman for established Wm I
.1 man, .M ark .B. Lewis, S. J. route. No experience. Will WHIP UP this slip. simple
BIRTHSMrs. train. Familiar with Ocala & AMARYLLIS bulbs. imported shift In a few hours have 35 Houses for Sol 35 Houses
Smith, Mrs., .Elizabeth Over- surroundings. Salary & comm. Dutch & Hybrids. White & colors !- one In white. one In black. for Salem

street Butler William Charles and Mrs. Alton James Apply at 1319 $. Main St. ":00 3923 N. W. 15tn st. after one In your favorite summer
_4 color! Choose prints. $STREfcl 4114 -
p.m. to 8:00 p.m. pin. gay BY THE OWNER In Idylewllde. 2 NW. by ow;
Brenke, Mrs. Madalynn Smart Land, Box 326, Cross City' a BARTENDER. Experienced. Must Printed P.tterntl62 BR CCB house tile bath, tarn ::.M.S13.m. FR '--04 after J
30 PETS & SUPPLIES Misses' Sizes 10 12 14, li,
Ily room. Call 372-8001 after
Squires, Virginia Pearl Silver, girl; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond D. ber.be a Contact mixologist.Mr. Personable.Pozln University So. IS. 20. Size U requires 3 yards 5:30 P.M. 627 NE Iota PLACE 2 bedi room,
35-inch fabric.
Walter Blake Chandler Fanny Stefanelli 622 NE 1st St. Inn.ROUTE GERMAN shepherd pupSAKC CCB, large garage. FHA lean
city, registered. Bred for Temper- FIFTY CENTS In coins for N. E. Section. Immediate occupancy available. Phone FR
:-Maud Parrish. a girL salesman for Gainesvillearea. ment and Quality. See at 3501N. this pattern add 15 cents for 2 bedroom, bullt-ins 6-9658.
5 days week salary & W. 18th Terr. or Phone FR each pattern for first-class In bedroom and dining area. BEAUTIFULLY kept 3iR!
I Dial Commission. Call Ronnie Hayward 42380.AMERICA'S. mailing and special handling. Large paneled Florida room, home, wood floors. like new.
April 4, 1954 ADMITTED 7-UP Bottling Co. FR 2- Send to Marian Martin. Pattern large landscaped lot. $75 per dishwasher! 5. dIsposal alr 4741.RAILROAD. : most wanted dogs Dept.. 232 West 18th St.,. New month Includes Insurances and Lovely yard. S600 dn.
BIRTHSMr. minature Schnauzer puppies. York 11, N.Y. Print plainly taxes. 1515 N. E. 6th Terrace. 1005 NE 23rd Blvd. FR 2-f4
1 and Mrs. William Shir- Dorothy Elizabeth Porter t CAREERS: See oUr AKC registered. 372-7401. NAME ADDRESS with ZONE Call for appointment FR 2-t629. IF you plan to build
ad under class. No. 18. SIZE and. STYLE NUMBER. and would

,ey 1118 NW 1st PL, a girL Fred William Kronmiller, Mrs. 376.4672 MARRIED man age 25for SPRINGTIME Shepherd Is puppies puppy time.& American English YOUR FREE PATTERN IS RETIREMENT HOME qui. t perlenCed like a custom builders built home hat by have ex.
READY choose It from 250 neighborhood. 2 bedroom Ideal
Eda Sugalski, Joy William Ell combination Insurance debit Shepherd puppies. Call FR the lime to discuss plans with!
design Ideas In new SPRING- for small family $7400 with
Experience helpful but not es 20035.FOR you call 372-2527. ask ,
zey, James Elonzo Ledbetter sential. Call 372-7167 for Inter. summer pattern Catalog lust out terms. DUPLEX downtown Investment Paramore. We have available
t view. sale, large stock of pure Dresses. sportswear coats morel property income of our 10 plans to
Jr. Gallic Mae choose
Sapp, breed Beagle pups pick from Send 50 cents now. $11, per month priced at 4500. Complete financing be from.
Palmer Robert Scho- SALESMAN 3 Labrador puppies. We board ACREAGE. Ten miles from City to can exPlained -
Holloway you right In
t InTheCapitol Experienced In the sale of dogs. James's Kennel Rt. 1, 35 Houses for Sol Parcels 3 to 29 acres $200 to home. For appointment your own
field Sanders, Judy Ann Stefa Men's clothing and Furnishings Box 78, Keystone Heights. Ph. $400 per acre with terms. THE JAMES call.
for part time work. Apply In per. 473-4?58. WE NEED LISTINGSCALLAND CO.
Announcements AIR CONDITIONED Of
nell Marilyn Bilker Thomas Gainesville Inc.
at Wilson's
son DepartmentStore. HIMALAYAN kittens ACFA reg IF you like space for entertaining TELL US WHAT YOU Builders of Klngsberry Hornet
\ William Miller. Betty H. Tan istered. New unusual breed of this Is the house for you. Lg. HAVEALACHUA Ph. 372-2527. nlte 372-7.co1.
MAN wanted for local milk long haired cats with Seal living area opening onto red-
ner, all of Gainesville; Cathy 3 LOST & FOUND route preferred ages 21 to PointSiamese markings. lov- wood enclosed patio. Near Lit. REALTYAssociates McKINNEYGREEN
Marie Rizer Island Grove Marie 35. High school ed. preferred able pets. Show possibilities. In- tlewood and Westwood schools.
; FOUND Yearling. I d *n t Ify. good health. Apply 204 SW _qulrles Invited. Phone 374-0943_ 3 BR 2 baths. central heat
Kathryn Cowart Archer 5th St.EXPERIENCED. dishwasher disposal built In Member Multiple Listing
; Pay Damages and Cost. Writ.
i 33 LOTS FOR SALEBY stove. Owner selling at FHA appraisal Arle T. Smith. Realtor
WASHINGTON (AP-In the Box Gainesville
Clem station
Gee Cross City; Joye William price. $27,000 only $1500 Mabel L. Core Associate
news from Washington: Ellzey Otter Creek LOST. Round gold watch and chain attendant wanted. Don't apply down. m NW 36th Terr. FR 6- 435 N. E. 1st St. Phone 376-2<<1
; Maggie In Silverman's. Reward. Call FR if not willing to work. Salary OWNER 4945.

CUBA: Diplomatic sources Scott, Evanston; Ernest Tox 4-8800._ according benefits. Good to future ability.for Fringe right BEAUTIFUL Block of N. W.wooded 22nd Street.lot. t 110'00 4 BR... 2 bath In Highland J. W. Quick Buy!

Moore Williston Will Andrew LOST Overboard, Shakespear rod person. See Billy Gouge 318 x 155. Phone 376-51 Of. Court Manor air-conditioner
doubt the Organizationof ; double Rm., swim club 4 B. R. 3 bath home MUST
say and reel (and 2000 plug) In Newnan's N.W. 13th St.COMBINATION utility
BEAUTIFUL large lots fully SELL Estate to be _
flicks Ga. Ida schools In walkIng
Ringgold Pearl Lake AprU S. Probably membership
will and fender Improved. In Rldgewood. NW CornerlotnearJ.J.
American States act body FInley
11 2832 NE
near Palm Point. Call FR 4-4147 distance $ mo. comfortable,
wanted. Good working cond. 31st Street lust south of NW School and
Haynes, Archer; Ella Pierce 11th Terr. Call FR o-234 University Call
soon on Venezuela's request for LOST brown & white pointer bird Contact Bill Bray HawesPowers 14th Avenue. J. W. Klrkpatridc available and priced right Two FR 2.3617.
Barlar, High Springs; Vonice dog. Was wearing collar withSt. Body Shop. '11 SW 3rd Ave. Agency :31 N. Main or call FR bedrooms (one Is a whopper)
authorization for any hemisphere -: Augustine Innoculation tag. FR 20538CAREER 2-8404. IMMEDIATEOccupancy two baths. a family room. two
Marie Land, Cross City; Betty Charles Mathls Box in Gaines- car carpot plenty of storage :
use military Opportunity. with national 1.1 ACRES on Clear Lake lust and other attract I v e
force Cuba if it B. Home, Alachua. vllle._ organization. Young man West of City limits. Beautifully features make this a real This Is a fine home In an Ideal
against commits LOST red wallet. In N. Main 21 to 35. Ambitious and willingto wooded. Call anytime. home. Idylwild section and location-N e x t door to the
new acts of aggression. DISCHARGED Shopping Center April 4th. Call work. Salary and commission. Ralph Realtor no city taxes! school 3 B. R. 2 Baths Ter.
MOVE INTO YOUR OWN razzo floors Central heat 1
372-4349 or FR 2-WW. Reward Stock purchase plan for permanent FOSSEY APPEALING three bedroom two -
offered. Company car "Selling Florida Since 1904" yr. old. Much desired neigh-
employees. MODERN HOME ON bath house in the Northwest
Sources said Venezuela made and leads furnished. Retirementand 11 W. University Ave Ph 376-1359 borhood. The owner has loft
Brenda Bass and touches
Joy with personality
baby; LOST little boy's 4 mo. old brown benefits. No experience RENTAL BASIS BEFORE town and must sell Price now
the in draft resolution puppie white chest & feet black group LOAN throughout. Large familyroom reduced to SU.SOO Can
request a Ronald G. Balsamo, Jessie Mae tip ears. Mixture Boxer & Collie. required. We train you. 34 Waterfront Property YOUR CLOSES. fireplace, walled patio F.H.A. financed Act be
now This
circulated confidentially in Ca- Benton "M SW 3rd Ave. 376041182. Opportunity for advancement to Priced from $12,750 to $18,850 rock garden, fall out -
James Hillman CannonJr. the right man. Apply Singer Co. NO MONEY DOWN VA shelter and nice landscap property won't be on the maiV

racas among representatives of ., William Spencer Copeland; 4 PERSONALIZED SERVICEIN 216 W. Univ. Ave .WINFRED H. CRAWFORD pay Best only terms$100 FHA closing ing. Priced less than Slfc- et long. Call FR. 1-J417.

member nations of the OAS. Hina Sue Hinnant and baby; 13-Help Male or Female Reg.LAKE Broker PROPERTIESACRE, specallzlng I In Free lifetime Swim Club Mem 000.00.ANGLEWOOD. We have two DuplexLet
GAINESVILLE its bership. Walk to Schools.
Wilma Jean King, Harry Lee ODI'S PHARMACY AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose, modern homes available ,at.$17500.00. .us show ydu 5fsIs attractiveand
HUGH EDWARDS These homes have three
Informants here .
Diplomatic well
located two
114 Central Plaza story two baths. Florida
Layfied Marion Cornelius Lev- bedrooms
recent Britannica Comp-
said Monday there are so many (next to Winn-Dixie) ton merger has created new lot on the Suwanne INC. room central heat built In condition that we have listed Good
Fully furnished
erette C. Manns Thomas For prescriptions & cosmetics -Income
Harley managerial positions In Florida River at Rock Bluff. Call 376- kitchen. Occupancy at the of $17500 _
and other internal problems -' I.D.L. DRUGSTORE per month
political William Miller, Mary Lorela with F. E. Compton Company. 4160. N.E. 16th Ave. & 15th St. end of June. Financing can Could be used as a home with
plaguing Latin America LEARN TO DRIVEl Special attention These positions start at 10000. 4 BEDROOM iV bath lake home. 372-I 551 be arranged for an acceptable an Income Attractively pric
Scott, Willie Oscar Sott Virginia to nervous or elderly. Full training program will be 4 mL from courthouse. center purchaser. edDon't watt Call FR. 2-
that it seems unlikely a foreign Easy Way Driving SchooL FR given this summer to those REDUCED $1,60000 to 890000. 3617.
Geraldine Ulm and Ida Belle fireplace In 26' square living DID YOU Ocala block, two
This modern
2-7002. Lie by State of Fla. who qualify. For a personal interview -
will be held Private channel and turn
ministers meeting Watson. write full Informationon room. bedroom house can be yours ASSOCIATES

now to deal with Cuba. 6 SPECIAL NOTICESDUE background and experience tranquility.around. Utmost FR 25689.In beauty and RING? for not more than $75.00 shaded per J. Fred Guy Jayne Butferworth
month. Located on a
to Personnel Manager F. E. Col. J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire
ACCIDENT ROUNDUP Compton Co.. 1710 W. Colonial 3 Beautiful large lots on Swan lot In the Northwest and Multiple Listing
OCEAN LIVING: Four Navy to divorce I have a like new Dr.,. Orlando. Fla. Lake. Also 3 bedroom water. ARE you one of the many who available for Immediate oc
1944 model Zig Zag Automatic Ice Make reasonableoffer
have called wanting n cupancy. a REDFRANkSREALESTATE
divers-a doctor and three sea- Involved in accidents reported sewing machine. that does ev FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES INC. front Swan. house$4500. adjacent Phone 475-5811.to Lake home on a large lot outside the on the down payment -
erything. We would like someone has opening for qualified Real City? If so, then let us show and monthly payments
men-are scheduled to spend to Gainesville and County to take up payments of Estate Broker or Salesman. Call LAKE HOME not a 'cottage'. you this 4 BR 2tt bath CB homeon ; If accepted you can

three weeks this summer living Police within the last 24 _M.09 per mo Ph. 372-2051. or Contact Mrs. Grace S. For- This nearly new beautifully Yfe acre lot shaded & fenced. move In tomorrow.
dyce 926 West University Ave-
furnished 2 b. r. masonry Deep well fallout shelter a A BIG WHITE COLUMNED
and working under the sea. hours: 8 BY.y Sitters. Child Carj -nue. 376-1236 or MA 9-5885. home Is' strictly QUALITYI dream kitchen cedanined closets J. W. KIRKPATRICKRealtor PORCH graces the front of this
PHOTOGRAPHY laboratory as- Clear bottom lake abounds and much more for the modern home situated on wooded -
slstant. Writ letter application with fish. This Is a 'dream amazing price of only $17,750. Member Multiple Listing hill top lot In desirable North.
Their home will be a 40-foot Dorothy E. Walker 1807 N.W. TINY TOT for Interview stat I n g come true at $10,500.00 Requires 31 N. Main Phone FR 2-8404 west. 3 large bedrooms 1 luxurious -

192 feet below the 10th St. and Fannie Wilson Glover qualifications. Box 396-A coo 2000. cash down. Let ASSOCIATES: baths, modern kite hen
laboratory PLAY SCHOOL _Gainesville Sun.STRUCTURAL. us show you-ANYTIME. ARCH i WANTr Floye Mathlasen Irene BunneH with built In range oven
ocean waves near the Navy's 923 N.W. 5th Ave. at 4:58 CAMPBELL, REALTOR. Phone A. W. Reece, Capt. USN, Ret. dishwasher. Spacious step-down
Visit us and se* for yourself. 376-5707 ANYTIME!
livlngroom separate d I n I ng
oceanographic research tower p.m. yesterday. Damage to 24 SE 8th St. FR 4-7808. STEEL de- VALUE? NO DREAM We cant sleepat room, Florida room win sliding
tellers to $150 per week. LAKE Place for sale call. FR 2- night for thinking of this
the Argos Island, 30 miles both> cars was $330. Accident PLANNED program awaits your ARCHITECTURAL draftsman _4414 after 5 p.m. THEN Inspect this attractive 3 place. Gold fish. shrubs Camellias In wall glass to doors wall to carpeting patio. Luxurious, central

southwest of Bermuda.The occurred at W. University Ave. pro-school youngster at JACK to $175 per week. LAKE house completely furnlsh- BR 1 bath CB home at 2141N. front Azaleas yard.Banana Beautiful oaks orange heat & air conditioning for year
& JILL NURSERY SCHOOL. ESTIMATORS $10,000 an ed on Lake Hutchinson. Whit W. 49th Terr. Beautiful V round comfort. REAUSTICAL.LY .
and 6th St. Music programs educational nually. sand bottom lake & nice white acre shaded lot lust outsIde trees, carport two living car PRICED at $23,000. Call 37*.
experiment; Navy officers film-strips. 7:45-5:15 Mon.-FrL BUYERS $400 $400 per beach. Best buy around 10000. City. Deep well. Sprinkler system garage. stables. large dining oeu.
with fireplace rm.
1331 S.W. 13th St. FR 4-3900. month. Financing by owner $1,500 for yard. Cent. heat. Family room
explained Monday will be I Cindy Hall Pike, 534 N.W. RELIABLE titter wishes to car fown. Balance at t per cent. room. Todays price only $14- ft.walk of In living pantry.space.Nearly 14 2,000 minutes sq. BUILDING? We have JUST LIST.

similar to some carried out by 30th St., and Edith Harvey Pis- for Infants or small children In LAW or Bus.. Field Adm.Representatives degree Accountants or Phone on week-ends.FR 2-4414 after 5 P.M., from Gainesville Floride.PrIceLow ED a on nice paved lot In street Northwest with sec.tkxi all.
tier home. Reasonable call FR
I French divers: putting men to :ano, Rt. 4 Box 279 A-I, at N.W. 4-3897. Field Industrial Superintendents Chemical SHADED LOTSON 800.UNIVERSITY city CO" v e n lence available.
MechanXal and Civil Trees. 13000. Call 370817.
FR 22511to
I work for long periods deep in 6th St and 30th Ave. Time of CHILD or Infant care $10 week. Engineers, Machinists Teachers crystal clear Lake Anne, IT'S see VACANT this 3-bedroom Phone 2 bath
Iy. Can pick up and deliver. Reg. Nurses. short drive. to downtown Gainesville home on large corner lot In BUDGET MINDED? Try this neat
the ocean. accident 1:28 p.m. Total damages Phone 374-1941. deed restricted. Owner i l REALTY beautiful residential area closeto 3 bedroom 2 bath CCB home located
$250. Applicants for above positions will finance. See this before schools and shor>ping. This on pine shaded landscaped -
WILL care for child in my home buy. Call FR 2-1072 after .1115 N. Main St. Ph 372-4351 ..
The divers Will leave the sub- must be willing to relocate. you a home has large Florida room lot where the azaleas are
t by day or hour. N. E. section 5.00 P.M.DESIRABLE. W. M. Munroe. Broker extra large kitchen with built. blooming. Only HOO down l.

marine-laboratory to perform a I Thomas Eugene ODell, Jr., Phone FR 2-1449._ EXECUTIVE Secretaries, Stenogs. lake property 160 Assoc: S. E. McLaughlin. \ in range and oven 2 car car appx. S39.50 per mo. IncL tax-
WILL CARE for children In my Secretaries Bookkeepers Clerk. feet on lake with shell house Frank Roby Roy McCann_ port and many other desirable es & Ins. Convenient location.
of tasks. 417 N.W. 17th St. and Jean
homo from 12 noon to 10 typists office cashiers, 21-40 with Contact Mrs. McCalL 750 features. Priced at $2X000 with Call 3744817.

HEALTH CARE: The fate Miler Szafraw, 1209 N.W. 34th p.m.6-0607. at reasonable rates. FR a perience.minimum Also of 2 part-time yrs. office steno ex 32211.Mickler Rd. Jacksonville Fla. FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY good financing available. NEAR LITTLEWOOD -WEST.

Terr. at W. Ave. graphers. WOOD SCHOOLS Modem 1
this of President Johnson'sbealth University DAN BYRD
year SMALL cottage on Cooper Lake bedroom 2 bath central '....t.
care plan may be decided -.and 13th St. at 1:15 p.m. yes Employment Apply 10 12 AJM. J 4 P.M. price 3000. Terms. SIM down workmanshipcall ASSOCIATES built In kitchen. Large lot.
$20 month. Also 3 Bedroom CB For top quality PRICED BELOW $20,000. Good
in discussions, possibly beginning terday. Damages $50.00. PERSONNEL CENTER ,house. FR e-0848 between 10 & Inc. terms. Call 376417.REDFRANKS .

I this week, by the House I Vada Marie Beutke Rt. 2, 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED 102 NW 2nd Ave. 372-4377 for GAINESVILLE 372-6142 Jack DeYot Broker REALESTATE

\ Ways and Means Committee. appointment. 35 Houses for S.U Associates: Claude M. "Red- Franks Realtor
I Box 53 Alachua, Fla., and two BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORS UPHOLSTERY Christine Stone E. E. Holloway Myrtle Lassiter. AssociateW.
chaIrman Wilbur D. Mills, other parked One owned Earn up to $5 per hour demon- BARTENDERS. COCKTAIL WAIT- 1501 N.W. iw. st. Walter E. Stoddard, E. "Bill"" Harris Associate
D-Art said the issue cars. atratlng famous Studio Girl RESSES. waitresses for new 3 BEDROOM block: house for sal*. free Estimates-TIC* ep end Clayton Guynn 7 N.E. 1st Street Phone 37 -Ot17
Monday by Frances Mellow, 1914 De- Cosmetics. Full or Part Tim. Steak room. Apply In person 2 Baths. Would like $500 equity del(very. 125 N. W. I3tti Street FR 3-2511 Complete Real Estate Service
of health care for the aged is Pttoo 374334 after .. only. Mr. Goldstein University and take up payments. Call FR Member Multiple Listing Member MULTIPLE LISTING
I Laney St, Orlando, Fla. and Inn between 11 ajn. and 2 p.m., 44830.
next on agenda. .
the other owner unknown. Accident ERS. Openings available at I.S7p.m.g WIMBERLY ESTATES. Just breakIng -

'Mills and other opponents oftheadminstratIon 'at 10:40 .at S.W. 8th Sperry. Typing and dictation secretaries, salary open ground on new Imaginative IN THE
: a.m skills necessary. Starting salary Ie attractive homell Now Is the tim to buy FUN
plan hospital Ave. and Panhellenic Drive. based on experience. Submit resume White hcJuse< and similar benefits for In confidence. or tel. Bookkeeper salary open thru out. Lloyd D. Myrlck 8 Mr.
Total damages to the three cars phone 372-0411, Ext. 225 for Exp. Waitress, ulary It comm. FR 2-548.
I thoseover65tobePaidbyanextension appointment. EQUAL OPPOR- Exp. mechanics
j was $800.Salle TUNITY EMPLOYER. Store trainee hi sent. grad. A BARGAIN at $9,750. 3 BR.
of Social Secur- I Off. trainee hi schl. grad. screen porch, fireplace. carport.
EARN up to $50 a week. Full or Tree surgeon foreman. $2 hr. tg. comer lot. $40 a mo. 1001
taxes-Insist there are not Lenoir Moore Jones
ity I part-time. No soliciting or collectIng Auto salesman Exp. __NW 24th Ave. FR 2-7882._

I enough votes in the committee 3530 S.W. 24th Ave., and Jack 196&.. car neccessary. Call FR '- Short order grin man 3 BEDROOM. 2 bath home. separate
Insurance trainee. $100 wk.
to send the measure to the Hurray' Gavin, Rt. 2, Box 223. HAVING MONEY PROBLEMS? Route salesman. Levy Co. dining of owner's room. having Take advantage to- SUN

I House for action. Damage totaled $200. Let us show you how other women CONNELL EMPLOY. AGY. move & have spacious rooms
120 SE 1st Ave. .
In our city Ire earning In wardrobes in new home area NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA
their span time. EARN $20 to Phone 374-8734 among young executives. fits
$50 weekly. Act howl Call Mrs. 000. FR 25609.WESTW000 .
Bums FR 20421.LUZIERS 14-Sales Help Wanted

CO-VIETICS Walking distance- UTTLEWOOD to schools. 3 BOATS_ _MOTORS_ BOATS & MOTORS .
.I Today History APPROVED by American Medical ROUTE SALESMANFOR BR. 2 baths home In Skyline
Association. Personalized Heights. StudY. hardwood floors .
service No guess grab, go me Old Reliable Company sellIng built-in range ...,."". Cent. WHO HUNTER WOULD Fiberglass LIKE THE Ftshiog nit' IT Plywood utso tithing boats. List ef Classifications It.choose

thod. Full or part time work. and delivering to hotels and heat. Shaded back yard. Call Boat Introduced by FRANK THE TACKLE BOX front
Call Lois William restaurants. Successful and well
FR 2-4045. 374-0842.
PHILPOTTT The Heart Of East
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS showman Phineas T. Barnum PARTTIME Bookkeeper and established territory available. OPEN HOUSE. Sunday Apr. 1*. 13' 3" HUNTER Boat ... S29500 Check with Gaim.
died. secretary. Approximately 25 Good salary and commission. Cherokee model designed enGineered -. 14" MURRAY Tilt Trailer S142J5U FR 3-171. S Sw1IDI
State former employment S. Steel Corp.
hours week. age by U. EVINRUDE It H.P. motor .
Today is Tuesday, April 7,I In 1943 American per Phone 3744C35. record and details. Replies confidentiaL Homes Division. 2100 sq. ft. 3 . : $225.00 FOR SKIING Fishing Equipment.
98th of 1964. There patrols Write Box No. 391-M. BR, 2 bath air cond.. brick Total Retail Ust ..... SM2.fS All $ H.P. Elect.
the day are -
made a junction with the Brit WANTED older woman to live In care of Gainesville Sun. veneer. 2 car garage. 1801 NW SPORT CENTER SPECIAL to a fS Safety Items.

268 days left in the year. with elderly woman (net Viva- REGISTERED Real Estate Salesperson 34th Dr. Alacttua Homes, Inc. ... ......' '.... :CaprL Fiberglass ,
ish Eighth in Tunisia.In lid) and daughter who works $50 Golfing Equipment.
Army Call FR 4471 for Inter.view. Phone 377.0423.ANGLEW000 MOTORS that on e IT Barrentine
Today's highlight in history:I 1945 American carrier _out. Phone FR 4-1839. by owner. 3 BR 2 '(3 2t HP Evtnrude ...... S425.M Trailer. W.
BABY GIRL needs lots of love. MARY MOELLER REALTOR bath, Price $17,800. $800 down. "3 iVi HP Evtnrude .... $215.00a CENTER Tennis Eqip
On this date In 1788, a groupof planes sank Japan's largest also general housekeeping.: TO!* W. Untv Ave Call 377-2737. ; la HP Johnson IXUM37VHP BAIRDS MINE FR Baseball 'Equipment
I Clean reliable capable. 2 Elgin ..:.::::: Sift. 6 s -
revolutionary war officers battleship the Yamato off _days FR 2-73O. 3 LG. BR. 2 bath, panelled LR EASY TERMS OR CENTRAL FOR
FISHIN Where Fish.
1 t-Work Wasted Female
from New England founded Kyushu Island. GENERAL office fireplace attached garage. HW CHARGE and Used t
petition openIng floors. On Ig. fenced corner lot. FRANK PHILPOTTS Copl. Plywood t 0

what was to be Marietta Ohio. Ten years ago-Five ranking ica's for largest young lady Jewelers wtm .Amer Full BURROUGHS $ens. Bookkeeping. $450 NW near d.. FR Stephen 2-8851.Foster. $14500 SPORT CENTER 1M4 Barrentine SV* trader HP motor bt for P many many m
KM Johnson
Experienced. Pnone _
They set up the first formally French officers were killed company salary benefits.must be good wining startIng to- Ocala. 429-2877 3 AND 4 Bedroom homes. On ACT Where Quality Sells It. only *4e*.

organized government in the when their military transport work Have ad neat day appearance.Saturday. Apply Must WANT fob as practical mm and St.lots.intersection.Go out Ittfc turn Avenue right to 43rd go Mon FR22'1O"RA-tft3. Sat. M BAIRDS MINE CNR_

then "Northwest" under the crashed off Palma Majorca. laWs Jewelry, u E. Univ. 374-1549.companion. Have own car. Call approximately 1 mile. see sign on

authority of the ordinance of Five years ago Voters in Ave. SALESPERSON left.8.0. ZETROUER BUILDER SWIMMING .POOLS

Oklahoma approved repeal of Experienced hi me sate of NATIONAL _FR t-3848. ADVERTISE I THE

1787.On Domestics and Draperies. This Is 3 BEDROOM Florida room. llwIng Sun Want Ads BE CAREFREE
this date the state prohibition act in ef. a full time permanent posMon CONCERNHas room dinette UI1IOrt.

In 1798 Congress established fect since Oklahoma became a with all employee benefits. A- Fenced in back yard. Sacrifice.FR Enjoy) a clean and healthy p IV JIKYG
ply at Wilton's Department Store. openings for college students a-5023. 1112 M. E. Wn PL Master P S '

Mississippi Territory ch Included state In 1907. SALESPERSON during summer vacation. 4 BR. 2 bam horn air eondltionIng et Results Supplies & cleaning

the present state of Ala- One year ago -Representatives Experienced In the sal) of Unge- Public relations work. $108 a !g. family Rm. Walking distance Ic.
rte. This Is a full tim permanent week salary If qualified plus B.y Club and el e 1ft. 25 6 2-2
bama.In Of Egypt. Syria and Iraq position. with all employe* ten*-' we are awarding, Several $1000 school. l4m. Terms. FR 3714. -

I860, the Philadelphia Athletics I were meeting In Cairo in talks fits. .Apply WOsons DepartmentStore. scholarships For appt. call and Mr.other R. B.awards.Davis. SPACIOUS' home NW 3>th Ave..' MR. MERCHANT: To place your ad in the

:3544743 Jacksonville, Fla. or
played their first base- aimed at merging the three nations WANTED whit lady live. In trop In Suite 54 Fla Naft large tot 3 BR. 2 bath modern
and take car house *V 2 children. kitchen living room with fireplace PHONE 8121j
ball Bank' section
game. into a new United Arab FR 2-4502 bet. 3:30 and hours Btdo*f Jacksonville A.M. and noon.between dining room-family room. Fun in, the Sun -

In 1391 pioneer American Republic. a p.m.. or FR 44011 bet 1 wall to wail carpeting, central
turn & S ..m. beat Phone J74-WC2



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for Sale 35 Houses for Sale 42 Farms & Acreage 45 Furnished Apr$. 47 Houses for Rent Furn. 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn.
35 Houses I

; EX"l $10,400 3 BR FORDYCEACREAGE LARGE 1 BR upstairs well furnished LAKE GENEVA 2 and 3 bedroom MANY attractive homes available.
IN $45
3 BR. 2V4 baths. 2Sx2S familyroom CCB, patio range no closing.FR excellent neighborhood. houses. month or year. Mathewson Some with kitchens equipped. JR.
.. E Ig. living rm. enclosed FR 2-1785. $72.50. 306 N.E. 5th Ave. Fr 4- Manor. Call 75-2981.. REALTOR
.. central heat & air cond. 2-3945 or 0969. MOELLER H mea. Lolt Income. Business
: ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE ; garage Lot beautifully landscaped. 3-C68 1311 N. E. 20th PI. By owner 3 2 BR furnished house. 505 NW 1019 W. Univ. Ave. 3764471. and Like Property
NW 12th Ave. Call FR 2-4518 for BR. Fla. rm; patio; $77.14 mo. Under 20 acres -of beautifully 1 & 2 BR. 1 blk. from campus 14th Ave. No pets or small chil Farms and Acre a re.
1 Ia Me..rta_ It Wutel a. n.r .. appointment.FOR VA loan; air-cond. & appl op wooded prime subdivis Ion air cond. optional $76 $101 per dren. $100 per mo. Phone 376- 3 BR home $90 per month, 2 BR E. "CURLY"- KUEHN. Jr.
.t 'I1aaak. == 2823. home $60 furnIshed2BRhome$60permo. 638 N. MAIN
t.Car' 5 tional. Make >offer FR 2-2341. property $1650 an acre. mo. Call McKinney Green Inc. per mo. Partly ST.
j lAd a F.... a MaelWtUT a Toela M50 down S91.27 per .
only 372-3617. 2 BR. CCB furnished N. E. ; Furnished FR 1-2032 Broker FR C4544
,.' 4 Per..allnl Benlen U Building Materials month payments. you can Quality NO DOWN PAYMENT 3 BR, 2 120 acres of Improved pasture tion. Call FR 3-7154. sec duplex apt. 2 BR $90 per
_= I .Trani I.ftIorm&U. "B..Jaol4 Gsds I for 4 BR. 2 bath home. 1806 bath. Central heat, central air land with Pensacola bahia, PRIVATE bath 3. entrance first mo. Call FR 6-7466.
.- I Spe.lal N.Uus f5 Ant1ies NW 38th Terr. Will paint Inside cond. Northwest. $19,000. Call at $240.00 an acre. floor two large rooms for 2 BR house with tile bath par-
"Iorlata U M.... F.r Bal. II & outside completely. For appt. 376-2927. adults. Refrigerator and gas que floors, & T-V antenna. Nice FORDYCE RENTALS
Baby Sitters Child Care n TradIng P.itip to see call 3720481. NW SECTION for sale or rent 3 S30 acres available Immediately -stove Clean. 70S E. Univ. Ave shady lot In good neighborhood.

; P Places T. G. AR' U Article. Wanted 5j. PROFESSOR OWNER moving and 4 bedroom 2 bath, CCB for $220.00. FURNISHED 1 Br. apt. wat e r 376-1748. SEVERAL attractive homes Shadow Lawn Estates
j. Things '1'. I.. 9P..4 OU a W.o4a Ii New 3 BR. 2 bath Masonry home. City water. lights and turn. 31st Ave. N.W. & *th Terr. L2DROOM furnished suburban available and also apart- Cutom- uflt homes that look
.. z. Beato Mr1n. E.1Ifp. home. Hardwood floors central sewers. Shown by appointment.Phone These and many other fine 3129. call FR 6-4817. home. Plenty of room, close to ments. Call or Contact For. custom-built. U you are tired
AUTOMOTIVE '71 Camp.But. FWa heating. S. W. section FR 2-3826. acreage listings available. CAUL' school. Available April IsL $120 dvce & Associates Inc., 926 of homes with that fob-divi-
'IS Office ,. I 3 ROOM furnished apt. nice & West University Avenue, 376-
Eq.tpme wooded lot 140 x 210. Faculty lion look
month. Call FR see
3 Salel-Ite.tat. per 2-4957 L j.
6 Afrpl&ae 3 BR. CCB, air conditioned. remodeled clean. For married couples
Huk&l on-
''; 1'1' M.bUe B.... f.r lale Herdiu4iaej. neighborhood. ,FR 21584.RENTERS for extra spacious Florida FORDYCE & ly. Adults, no pets. Rent rea Moratto 2505 N.W. 6th St. F. D. o Ii.,.,. Bldr.

':1 'rr.eks f.r Ial. room living room. After ASSOCIATES INC. sonable. Call 3767844. 2 & 3 BR houses, $100 per AVAILABLE April 15th at to3 Ph. FR 2-064.
a. ,f'rreka Wuted8uf&etots large investment payment. assume 926 West University Ave. mo. 7 min. from courthouse. NW 17th Ave. 3 BR. 1 bath $45 Wett en NW 39th Are. put
.. Truck It.atala REAL ESTATE FOR SALE I Register for free month's rent, fA per cent mortgage with 374-1234 NEAR Campus 3 furnished 5 min. to Univ. Phone FR _mo. Call FR 6-5168 or FR 6-9990. the Glee Sprints tnterieUe *
JU.TraUer et&11 principal. interest insuranceand apartments. 2, 3 or 4 stu .. See alga left.
U L.is lor Bal.U obligation drawing monthly. FARMS RANCHES ACREAGE dents. Roby FR 6-2937 2-9854. UNFURNISHED 3 BR. house. Stove a
:. $3..M.t.rcyeles c..ten no city and county tax pay or -
A.t..bUe R.p&Iri U Waterfront Propert ments of only $85 per month. RURAL PROPERTIES FR 4-1082. 3 BR. 2 bath-fUrniShed block a refrigerator. 2414 E.u iV.
U Houus Per Sale 2213 NE 7th Terrace. house. Phone FR 2-0724. Ave. Phone FR e-5709 after 5:30
U Aatom.bOes for aa1e I HUGH EDWARDS. INC NICE. Quiet. private steam
? C.ttages ) Sal.P
II hap Can :; Ee&l Eiiats.r == North Central Fla. largest builder FOR SALE OR RENT U.S. Hwy. 441 Micanopy Fla. heat, aerial air conditioner. ATTRACTIVE completely fum. -
Exehinged by far. Highland Court Manor, 3 bedroom, Ph. 444-3120 Couple or single. $70. 406 NE 3 BR. home. Available 20th !, 3 BEDROOM. living room dining

:: EDUCATP1AL :: Oat Real., ; = Irp.rtt W&nt. I NE 16th Ave. & 15th St. 1 bath, kitchen equipped. Swim- LOS TRANCOS WOODS 6th St.STUDIOUS. April to 31st of August. $120 room tile bath. Screened porch. WATCH FOR
a.1aM1a II Iaatn.Uoa ming pool privileges. Rent $120 mo. Swim club available. to Shopping Center.
u mate wantedto
CO Bulne Properties month. or $600 down and resume 2.4 ACRE wooded tracts west of share cool 372-2381, 402 NW. 36th Terrace. Water furnished. Available now. IMPORTANTANNOUNCEMENT
Duclll. airconditionedapt.
CI ResIdential 1ncom. E 1 STORYRED mortgage. Phone FR 6-9917 or Gainesville $345 downtotal $85. Phone FR 6-3070.
I O.Wute4-lD.tn.tIoa 4, Far. prke $1620. Drive west New- for summer. Call FR
: II Acrear.'f on
see at 2619 N.E. 11th St. 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn.FOR
2-2219 & i
C3 Colored Property Rentals a berry Road. turn right on SR between 4 5 PM. 1214 NE 10th Avenue. 2 BR mas- apartments to
EMPLOYMENT 431 Colored Property Sales ii BRICKFIreplacestrip No. 241 and watch for sign on weekdays. onry home large lot quiet be built In Gainesville. For

l'lW.rk w..tea Ma!. I!! NORTHWESTAND the right or call anytime for BRISTOL Apartments. 4-rooms, RENT 3 BR. 2 bath, built-in neighborhood. RENT or SELL Information call FR 6-2921
,II W.rk Wanted tlI RENTALS == ,map to be mailed. 1 bedroom, $69 Includ I n g kitchen, corner lot. 2 blks. from FR 6-2937 or FR 24351. or write:
It Sale. Help Wute' oak floors- close to Littlewood and water. Couple no pets. 421 Metcalfe School & |Ir. high. 1943 NEW 3 bedroom home for rent. P. O. Box 13956

I 3 11 Del.-Hal. or FelDale U C.tta..CI For Ih.tU I very large kitchen with builtIn Westwood 2 Baths schools.Central 3 Bedroomsand Heat, INTEREST AIRPLANE in OWNERS N.W. 15th St. Phone 376-3522. NE 15th Terr. $125 per month. Carport, Utility room 1' block Gainesville, Fla. '
ft private landing
Mals Drip Wanted C3 appliances. rear screened Call 3723738.AVAILABLE from Stephen Foster
Y.rahbed School.
Apts large family room and screened FURNISHED apt. for two males
field of regulation size with ad- Park
: n..ado 41 UallaniaJae4 Aptg. porch can be converted into porch fenced back yard, only. Air-conditioning & central Stove and hot water heater University
1 7.m&l. B.1p Wanlel C1 B..... I.. Be.t Fara Fla. room rear patio for privacy beautifully landscaped $15,.- loining acreage for homesiteand heat, utilities furnished. Ph. April 15th, at 201 furnished. Available 10th of Ap
48 B.ue. tot Bent- trat.m. 3 very large bedrooms 2 500 Call anytime. Call hangar minute from towr FR. 2-8433 or FR ...1732 NW lOtl St. 3 BR, 1 bath $75 ril. $125 per month. 809 N. W. Apts.
I' FARMS & LIVESTOCK U Reomb for Rent I baths., Floored upstairs and RALPH REALTOR anytime. mo. Call FR 6-5168 or FR 40th Ave. Call 481-2418.
t Ralph Realtor 9990.FOR -
ready to convert Into 4th and BR. furnished apartment. No
\ U Fe-r_ E.I.e.t Ie B.tel a..S FOSSEY FOSSEY CLEAN 2 Bedroom kitchen
5th bedroom or play room as pets. 311 S. E. 8th St. $80 month. equip-
21 Feel .II Y.rtflhzer .1 MIM. Be.tala needed. LIKE NEW Inside "Selling Florida Since 1906" 11 W. University Ave. Ph. 376-1359 Phone FR 6-8941. RENT unfurnished house 3 ped. Ideal for working people.
: 2 I Un.lock a Supplias IlA W&atea To Rent I LIKE OLD yard and landscaping. 11 W. University Ave. Ph. 376-1359 "Selling Florida Since 1906" BR living rm., dining rm., kit 20 S- E. 9th St. $60. FR 6-5724.
1 RM. Apt., equipped. Suitable chen, 2 baths & stor
2ILaadaesplng T.p a.u a: Boarders WaaieduP.ta E garage
Member Multiple Listing !
.II ..pO.. U OUlee D.sk Spies = Frankly we wonder if FHA 10 ACRES, 10 miles west of for couple. Free water TV an- age. Stove & refrig. fum. $85. 803 N.W. 10th Ave. ,3 BR. unfurnished HOMESBuilt
did not make a mistake when Gainesville off Archer Road. home. with stove and
tenna & Phone refrigerator -
garage. 4 blks N. Of 372-4228.
1 -In.toet W..tea 14 Bailne's Beatab they valued this property at only semi-finished to your plans and specifications.
., 1 $300 per acre. 372-3056 after square. FR 6-3524. Fla. rm.
5* 117,500. with |lust 11,000, down MARYMOELLER 7:30 p.m. all day Sunday Bank 2 Bedroom house plus den; stove $110 mo. Ph. FR 6-2472. Wese- Built anywhere In
: FINANCIAL SERVICES == Including closing costs. You financing., FURNISHED 1 bedroom apart. furnished. $125 month. 26 S.W. man Realty Alachua County.TOMMY .
,M ..IDe.. oportuJtI. 23 SpecIal Senlen may drive past 636 NE 10th ment. $40. Water Included. 1322 24th St. Call Gladys Smith.. .
M..ew to Leu 23 H... Impr.yement Ave. for an idea of the value. 5 ACRE Tracts, West of Gainesville S.W. Kth Avenue. _Realtor. 372-5393. RIDGELL

S AI M.ngigei Zi JbdJ. a n Senlest 1.1 1- then call FR 6-2472 for an appointment Acres, near available.Medical Center. 20 FOR rent In Alachua 2 BR. blockhouse EYES RIGHT! BUILDERSCall
inside It looks
to see ( 46 Unfurnished
II MoaeT W..tal 23 ApUaaee a ura1t.r Apts. 1 yr. old. Has terrazzo
better). 160 ACRES West of Gainesville. FR
even 2-4125
floors i tile bath carport & utIlity See real dream living In Shadow
!III'III1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIRIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII-w;'! ; Warner W. Weseman-Realtor Gracious LivingIS i 40$1 per acre. rm. $40 Lawn Estates. Models .
GARAGE per mo. Call Open.F.
--- -- 1113 N. Main St. ACRES Approx. 6 miles from apt. Nice clean 1 BR.. 442
yours when you purchase this Gainesville. $145 Acre. I tile bath & kitchen, stove refrigerator _1871 or 442-1579 anytime. D. Oliver Bid,.
35 Houses For Sole 35 Houses for Sale S spacious 3 bedroom, 2 bath MARY MOELLER REALTOR 1713 NW 6th St.. FR AVAILABLE April 25th near City Ph. FR 2-0(44

... FORDYCEREALTOR home in the S. W. Section. Good 1019 W. Univ. Ave. 374-4471.!._. 2-M80 or FR 4-7537. Park, shopping schools, 3 BR. West en NW 39th Ave. past I
financing. 19000. Iv. the ,
Only study. rm., dn. rm kit Glen Springs intersection.
_ :HOUSES. FOR SALE: 3-BR 2- $60 A MONTH. New 2 BR. CB 47 Houses for Rent Furn. equip. breakfast nook. FR. '" See sign ea left.
%. Bath central heat with fire 43 Colored Property 2693.
home. terrazzo floor. Ig. lot. low
place. NW 47th Terrace. Price down payment. See at 222 S.E. BudgetON : FURNISHED air conditioned I WHAT'SBACK

SIS.900. 20th St. 372-4492. this lovely 2 bedroom, 1 bath. HOMES FOR SALE Br. 2 bath CCB. 1101 NE 14th
CHEAPER THAN RENT: S. BR It Is located in the N. W. Ave.
sec Excellent
14th St. & neIghborhood
& 3 Bedrooms. SE
44th Terr. $ .5OO.
1-bath SE NEW 3 bedroom, tion has a nice yard and is like $130 FR
CCB. $8.995 down per mo. 64898.
OT SE 7th Ave. Some no pay
Payments US per mo.2BR $450 Split LevelThis new. for only $600 down and $75
down. $65 month. Phone small down
i-bath. SE 44th Tsr?. $4.500. ment. Some pay
-I month. No qualifying.Swimming .
$<5 per mo. Day 495-2441. Night FR 64311. delightful 4 bedroom home a ment. Monthly payment $57 to ROSES ROSES. ROSESIF
"And' also some trade-In Houses. complete with a tremendous $65. Also homes built en your YOU LIKE GARDENINGSEE
." CaU FR HAZEL HEIGHTS recreation room Is waitingfor Pool lot for no TOMMY down payment.Call RIDGELL. THIS CYCLONE FENCED of the

.. See our 4-bedroom and -bed- your inspection.be Down IMAGINE yourself the owner of Builder Phone FR 2-41K 3 BR. CCB HOUSE FLA. RM. I !
room. 2-bath CCB homes with payment can arrangedand this 3 bedroom. 2 bath home. FHA, $500 EQUITY TAKE UP
also excellent
: YOUNG built-in electric stove and oven. terms. Good northwest monthly loca Just reduced to 26500. Call 44 Cottages for Rent PAYMENTS OF $87 INCL. INS.
Central heat. city utilities. tion. Consult FORDYCE & for appointment to see it toda/. 8. TAXES. OPT. STOVE RE. GROWINGDEMAND
Wired for. television and tele FRIGERATOR & AIR-CON
I AMERICA phone. Large yards completely ASSOCIATES INC. 374-1234 We Hove Many Fine SMALL furnished cottage and 2502 N.E. 11th TERR., FR 2-

grassed. Hazel Heights Is in 4 Bedroom Homes for Sale trailer for rent. Suitable for 5788.
the city limits. Equipped with Redwood Shuttersand working couple. Moore's Trailer (

- : HOMES sewer lines. close to bus stop. a modem touch. $21,500 Court. 2330 E. Univ. Ave. 376-
__ down payment conven-
::: tional loans. Located on North- will purchase this most attractive MARY 8164.
PRESENTS west 39th Ave.. West of 13th bride: home. Lowdown 2 SMALL RMS furnished water Your Key to Good Living for
NEW BRICK St. Shown by appointment. payment and monthly & garbage disposal, $40 I Norwood

hone FR 23824.New payments to suit your bud per mOo 3702 SW Archer Road. A HUGH EDWARDS HOME
ASSOCIATE INC.. 376-1236
45 Furnished Apts. Hope BUTLERBROS.
"OPEN 10 a.m. Til Dark ListingBLACK _

FEATURES : A Garden Wall REALTOR "H" Inc. Colonials from $93 per month

-4 ACRES Lovely 3 bedroom envelopes the well landscapedlawn CLEAN 4 room apartment. Good

-IFireplaces Screened porches 2 bath masonry home of this 3 bedroom home. neighborhood. Close to shop We Trade Homes 1 Vz bath homes from $77 per mo. .
-" cabinets conveniently located to the University Economical monthly paymentsof 1019 W. Univ. Ave. 376-<<71 ping. $60 per month. 609 N. E. I
S Custom kitchen and the Golf Course. $97.50. A low down payment 6th St. Call FR 21391. 1 or Property
_ j k :_ Oversized bathrooms Large kitchen spacious screen will move you into it. 37 Real Estate Exchanged 9 Florida modem brick fronts from $95
Plus many ether custom porch, utility room and car. FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES SUMMER special 142 Bedroom HOMES?
\ features port. A REAL BUY AT $18.000. INC. 374-1234. apartments well furnished, quiet rnftllesijnmimniiiummoigsjismiisiiium per month /
': 1 BR. 2 bath home on Ig. location' couples only, no pets.
.- VA & FHA SMALL DOWN PAYMENT Spac- I Wishing landscaped lot in Idylwild I I $100 per mo. L. J. Moratto, 2505 The following an ready for 0 Screened porch homes from $85
Clous 3 Bedroom. 2 bath home on section. Will sell or trade NW 6tn St. Phone 2-4957. occupancy. Locationand
'- 'r- TERMS large corner lot. Family room. I for the perfect home? Then for property In SE Floridaor per monthS

utility room terrazzo floors. built. I toss your pennies into this Birmingham. Ala. Phone $45 part per of mo.city., dean dose efficiency.In. Ideal Best for 1115 N.W. 40th Dr.

Walking/ distance to elementary in Ing oven system and range.and carpOrt central heat.IT'S swimming could pool.want In Everythingyou an at. 3727546. individual or couple. 321 NE 3rd 3 BR, 2 bath, $350 dn. $130 i Calif. moderns from $84 per mo.
"&-Jr. High Schools. Shopping & St. at 4th Ave.IBEDROOM ( per mo.
4 4 VACANT. OWNER READY TO tractively planned home. 38 Real Estate Wanted
Churches.! with fireplace air conditioned
Family room
_ : ? separate dining room, kitchen furnished apartment. New \115 N.E. 5th St. QualityWhen
YOUNG DUPLEX Near the University with breakfast area and an WANT TO BUY Apartment 111. 1216 S.W. 2nd 3 BR. 2 bath, $350 dn. $113per NO MONEY DOWN VA
2 bedroom apartments kitchen elegant front foyer openinginto Ave. Colonial Manor Apts. $115. mOo
:: AMERICA equipment included. ONLY the living room. Wall 2 or 3 bedroom home with 1 block from campus. Occu- Pay Only $100 Closing It Comes To
----T JI 14800. OWNER WILL Finance to wall carpeting Included.See family room and 2 baths. Kitchen pancy by February 25. 3707 NW 21st PI.

: 1 28300.00 this lovely Consult hoORbWJ heat must preferred.be equipped.Must be Central priced NEW large air conditioned 1 BR i e 4 BR 2 bath, $800 dn. $107 w rHA LOWEST DOWN PAYMENT LOCATION

HOMESNW JOHN & ASSOCIATES, INC.. 376- right with reasonable down pay Available on or before May 1st per mo.
ment. Write to Box 365-A Phone FR 2-2434.
: 1 1216 N.E. 17th Ave. fir QUALITYWe
34th & 7th Avenue Gainesville Sun.LISTINGS LIVING room, dining room
372-7070 MERRILL 1234.FORDYCE kitchenette and bath. Centrally 3 B R. 1 bath $350 dn. $89 i Edwards Inc.
,: Phone WANTEDFordyce located. Apply Arlington Hotel. per mo. Hugh Have Only

REALTORMULTIPLE 1 BEDROOM air conditioned. I 1021 NW 40th Dr.
-- :':OR Sale. or trade. New 4 BR. & Associates Inc. have $83. 2 bedrooms $88. Near University. THE CREAM
_home located In Westmoreland LISTING ASSOCIATES need for new and Interesting Call FR 6-5190. 3 BR. IV* bath. $400 dn. $99.50 j N.E. 16th Ave. & 15th St. 372-1551
_Estates. On city sewers. paved listings of homes and lots per mOo
<....t 2 10. bath Rms.. Ig. family Phone 372-1494 In the Gainesville area. Excellent EFFICIENCY. water turn. 3505
'wl'Rm, & living Rnx dining area. i clients are waiting to NW 17th St. $35 per mo. Also 1442 NE 16th PI.
;T-Central heat built-in kitchen In- S ASSOCIATESMarcella INC.REAL be Informed of your listing. 1 BR turn. $55 per mo. Call i :> BR. IV* bath $400 down. I
Pardi W. M. Buckhannan McKlnney Green. Inc. 372-3417.
_ Including GE dishwasher. 2 court FORDYCE 3 $98 per mOo
walk to schools close to ESTATE EXCHANGORS STOP LOOKING Sub-let Apr.
=tar : F fc medical center FHA MULTIPLE LISTING REALTORS ASSOCIATES, INC. 15 Sept. 1. 2 BR, completely 1702 N.W. 38th Dr.

i- w$2X700. Down payment $1,700. PARRISHPRESENTS Grace S. Fordyce. Associate Broker 926 West University Avenue fum air cond. apt. T-V i 3 BR. 2 bath, $350 dn. $87 !
Benton. 376-1236
-.?Immediate occupancy. Drive by Harvey Avenue antenna Incl, IVi blks. from per mOo NOW! FULL-HOUSE
West University
_ .%1027 NW 40th Drive. Call Butler campus, married couple pfd.
- -,-- -':' .Brothers. 372-9545 dally 376-904 3741234COMING 39 Out of Town Property $100 per mo. 3763364. 4527 & 4617 SE lit PI. |

-..Ight.' CLEAN Of 1 bedroom trailer. i 4518 & 4608 SE 2nd Pt.
I Student couples only. No pets.
CAMP In Ocala National Forest
] 3 BR 1 bath $500 dn. S68 !
Air conditioned. water and
Vt mL from Oklawaha river & -

_ _S FRED SPACIOUS contemporary 4 bed community store. Completely garbage 5182 furnished. $75. 372- 3 per mOo AIR CONDITIONINGAVAILABLE PALM VIEW
furnished building 1 old
room 2 bath home located on VILLAGE. yr. on 218 SE 39th St. ESTATES
private property. electricity GARAGE Apt. suitable tor
wooded lot. Fireplaceand
also some lake lots. :3 BR. 1 bath $350 down $67
wall-to-wall carpet In living- economy minded couple or NW 39th Terr. &
M75.. Call 325-3094 or 325-4235 per mOo
=ARNOLD room.. separate dining room. GREEN student. $35 mo. 302 N.W.7th
In Palatka. Fla Terr. NW 16th Are.
__ 'S patio family beautiful room. large convenient builtIn 303 & 313 SE 38th St. IN ALL I
2 BR. 10 x50 Mobile home.
4 BEDROOM. 2 bath, with central $16,000 to $20,950
kitchen. heating and elrcondttion- 4Q Business PropertiesTEN private fence. 100 x TV lot I 304 & 314 SE 39th St.

REALTOR Ing. 4123 NW 15th St. FR 4- 2020 NW 31st. PI. FR 6-1180. is BR, 1 bath,. $500 dn. $64
- FINLEY area We have two S No children. $75 mo. [ per mu.eimnsiisiiIfflimuiiimiffllffllllfflwof
4 bedroom homes within 7829. NEW HOMES
lovely unit apt. house excellent by
walking distance to the Flnley FOR SALE by owner, 2 BR.. Gainesville location. S apts., fur EAST SIDE .
Charm school. beautiful wooded krts- CCB home at 1730 N.W. 55th nlshed. Income $450 monthly. FERN WOOD

LANTASTIC entertainment both homes for Immediate oc Terr. Quiet neighborhood. $.SOO Approx. $5,000 to handle FR GARDENAPARTMENTS j The following are under construction MANOR
space cupancy. dn. and assume montly pay. 4-0949. I! and will be ready Kirkpatrick & Pierson
ru z: In tremendous living room. 3 376-2179. -
I ments of S64J6. for occupancy soon. NW39thSt.:. &
-bedroom, 2 bath home large WALKING distance to University 12 ACRE SHOPPING CENTERI
I -studio* fireplace. central heat a. J. J. Finley school. 3 bedroom NEW HOUSE. 3 bedrooms 2 Corner of course 1400 ft. of $57 month 13th PI. '
C.C.B. per upGainesville's I 3225 NW 29th Ave.i .
ndair conditioning. Within 2 bath brick home with baths central heat. pavement; traffic count and
."walking distance of the F I nley study and family room. Wooded Built-in kitchen. Save $1400. population check indie ate Finest t BR 2 bam $850 dn. $112i $12,250 to $16,000WESTMORLAND
; school and University campus. lot 147 x 149. Immediate oc Call for appointment. Ph. Immediate NEED for this Furnished i per me. AH! new 64 homes in Highland Court Manor
;'Largewooded lot with privacy FR 6-4774 or FR 2-3826. facility. An Investor's dreamat or unfurnished
_ _ cupancy. 1 feature central units convertible
:di around prke $26450. 40000.00 whole price Lovely and 2 bedroom apart- 3224 NW 29th Ave.I heating also
_ GLADYS SMITH ment. 309 NE 9th St. Phone 376-
SWIMMING pool lovely con- Te-ms tool ARCH CAMPBELL. 4M. BR. 2 bath 1750 dn. $102 to central air conditioning at your option. Installation
2 bath REALTOR. Phone 374-5707
,U City Living temporary home. carpeted 3 bedroom livingr 0 0 m 1 ACRE and 4 bedroom house for *NYTIME AVAILABLE for summer trimester | per mo charges can be added to your mortgage -

-u COMFORTABLE three bedroom with fireplace screened porch. sale. Walking distance Lit tl e- 1 and 2 bedroom furnished ESTATES
-! j..two b>t* residence In North- central heat and air conditionIng wood and Wcstwood schools. 41, .Residential Income apartments.. Some aJr- 3236 NW 29th Ave. for convenient pay-as-you-enjoy cooling 2
I Mt section. Hardwood floors. fenced In yard and shuffle Fireplace 'screened porch. conditioned. Near University. 3 BR 2 bath $700 dt. $91 comfort in the hot summer months. It's Addition No.
I ..Attractively landscaped lot on board court. hardwood floors. Call 372-5393 to per mo.. an-
GOOD INCOME fully furnished f16 S.W. 7th Avenue. FR 6-2664. 39th Dr. fir
.. staved*street. see this oneBEDROOMt 1 & 2 bedroom duplex, plus a 5- other significant Improvement for your cOmfort -
__ FOUR BEDROOM. two bath DELIGHTFUL surroundings.Furnished 3301 & 3311 NW 8th Ave.
room house. Located en 100 x
:JncbmeTHREE" home in good location near 4 home In P. K.Yenge 125 well landscaped lot. rented 2 large rooms. Private : by Kirkpatrick & Pierson.
NiV 30th Ave.
$20,000 to $30,000All
Boulevard, convenient to downtown area. Pretty lot. Separate 372-5106 bath and entrance. Coo-
reasonable. Owner or
bedroom stucco home shop \\ng. Reasonably pric dining room. Fireplace In liv- 3762255. pie. First floor 708 E. Univ. 4 BR. 2 bath, $650 dn $91
Sfcim'fcarege apartment. A p t. ed. Immediate possession. ing room. Family room overlooking Ave. i per mo.
J'S rent Vill pay most of mortgage the garden. Call 3725393for Over 20 Models from
42 Farms & Acreage LARGE front apt. partly furnished O priced $12,900to
payment. Newly painted Inside MASON MANOR Just listed avery an appointment. near bus line S. stores. Front 3236 & 3224 =
...and out. Located In nice quiet neat 4 bedroom, 2 b a t h & side entrances. $U $17,250 City Services
33 ACRES wooded per mo. NW 30th Ave.
_ .neighborhood. Total price $15. home. Large Irvlngroom central 4 BEDROOM 2 story deluxe beautifully Phone) 374-5805.
.000 wim excellent, terms. Call to heat and air conditioning. home. Ideal for family living and home site. N.W. 39th Ave. near 3 BR 2 bath, 1600 _
_ _* ::see this one today. Beautiful lot with lovely fenced for entertaining. Near the Uni Mlllho per Rd. Intersection. $9,. FOR rent trailer at NewnansLake. per mo. 0 VA and FHA Approved Plans
In back yard. A perfect house versity. Alrcondltlontng. Lovelylot. 900 terms. FR 64448. $65 mo. Call FR 6-5377. Monthly Payment

bk Homes for a growing family. Convenient Call 372-5393 and we will be 3330 & 3320 Free Membership In Exclusive
to Elementary and Junior happy to show you this lovely 30th Ave. From $74.38
WS have two new homes on BreeTf High school. home. Resident-Restricted Swim Club
Point Lake Geneva. offering 3 BR. T bath $550 dn, $79.50

.excellent boating. fishing and NEW WESTSIDE residential sub- $400 DOWN and $89 a month for per mo.
"swimming.' A 3 bedroom. 2 bath division soon opening. Acre lots. ,
this extra nice 3 bedrooms 2
"Vtm fireplace and a 3 bedroom. paved streets outside city lim : bath home. Carpeting and Camp In Ocala National Forest u,..... Min. Down FHA
?1" bath with garage. ReasonabJy its. May we tell you more about drapes included. Drive by 2015N. -
; prked at $17.900. and $14.000 this restricted area. E. 7th Terrace and then call FOR RENT Nothing Down VA

Respectively. homesltes too 3723392.MOVE V& mi. from Oklawoha River & community
124 SE 7th St.
apparently 10 acres each. Located
onomy on Newberry Road. Just right In 3905 S. W. 2nd store. Completely furnished building 1 3 BR 1 Bath
Ideal with
WELL constructed frame 2 BReMma $.SOO down 5 years on balance. Avenue. financing 1 Year Lease $100 per Mo. I
$1500 down and $150 a month. SALES OFFICE
tines scattered on largo around lot. Whispering this rev 3 bedrooms 2 baths large lotC..tral old .on private property. Has electricity, also
NW 39th (
beat Call at 3725392. Terr. ,
us '
$. 00. GLADYS SMITH some lake lots. $1475 call 325-3094 or 3-25- ALL OUR HOMES ARE NW 16th Ave.

OPEN FOR YOU TO EN- Tel. FR 2-9545
1 JOY SEEING ANYTIME IF Office Located at NE 23rd Blvd.
PARRISH REALTORAssociates 4235 Palatka. Fla.

: Multiple Listing 1123 S.E. 4th STREETFR 1 6-9048
and llth Terrace Phone 372-1471
*" Realty Company 8 ASSOCIATES. INC.H. Florence Burns Ben Griffin 6-5301 or FR 6-7989
_ Multiple Listing Member Wayne Hltl Helen S. Graham Caroline Noyes Dan Sheldon I
1219 W. Univ. Avenue Ph. 372-3522 Carolyn Gardenshire Mary Parrish 1221 W. University 372-5393 I




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Homes for Sale 85 Automobiles for Sal 85 Automobiles for Sal.
Sal 77
GoodsTAG 66 Misc.
48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. 64 87 Automobiles Wonter -

(MALL house I ig. room. kitchen ON NOW SHOWING VW. '43 Micro-Bus. deluxe model. 1963 Plymouth Fury, 383
mL out Archer Rd. $30 mo.1FR and Guar.nteedG ZIG ZAG AUTOMATIC 2 and :3 bedrooms, all Floor very clean. Split front $200 equity & pick-up pay and Chevrolet tU S.E. 4th
6-m1. Refrigerators from $3* op SEWING MACHINESUp Plans. Terms tailored to meet seat. Price SZ195. Melton Motors. _ments. FR 4-5414. St.AI Herndon Service Station. FR 2-1411

Ranges from $J9 up to 50 per cent off on such your budget. Drive a little and 703 N. Main St., FR 4-7571. 1962 CHEVROLET. 4-door Belalr
49 Rooms For Rent 17 Washers from Sit upI famous name brands. White. save a lot at factory air 12.000 actual miles. Courtesy OfUniv
Dryers from $49 up New Home. Pfaff. Necchl CONNOLLYMobile LIKE new 1957 MGA 1500 |lust Ford
Radio heater white walls.
2 Food-Freezers from S99 UP don't tuned overhauled power MILLERAV ..,!?1 Chevrolet
ROOMS for men. Weekly maid plus liberal trade-in Home Sales Inc. new crank- brakes and steering, $2295. High
service, linens and refrigerator 2 Dishwashers from S49 up miss It.SALE. 2 Miles North on U. S. 441 shaft & clutch, custom Interior allowance on trade. FR 44009. I Falcon N. Main St. at 16th Ave.
furnished. 377-1185 or 372-1911. 13 TV Sets from $35 upJIM ENDS APRIL 30 Phone 422-S164 81,000 invested, asking $800. 30 BROWN
416 NE 2nd Ave. VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. Service Co. Closed Sundays SW 23rd Terrace. FR 6-7170 1961 BUICK special. 4-dcur: sedan, ... .
41* NW tth Ave.Ph. 372-5303 Sewing Machine 4-1075. after 4 p.m.CHRYSLEE. standard transmission white Fairlane 1030 E. Unlr. esesas
ROOMS for rent for gentlemen. SJ5 W. Univ. Ave. FR SPECIAL10x50
walls. Extra clean $1095. Will FR 2-3582
Maid service. near the U of F.. FOR SALE 10" Admiral auto. STOP! Mobile home and 50x100 I960. 4 dr. hardtop take trade. FR 4-4009. T-Bird
1128 N. W. 4th Ave. Can FR 4J69S3. defrost refrigerator with freezer lot. 1 mile S. of Palnes Prarle.All fun power air conditioner. SI. GAINESVILLEAUTO
dow tear
chest. Call 372-4457. Mobile home owner, 942 CORVAIR Monza. 4- .
DON't cut State Mobile Homes. FR ISO cash or taka up payments. 2-door Ford -
out those windows. Of $37.43.FORD. speed floor shift. Radio white
ATTRACTIVE large room. In quiet LIVING) ROOM suit bedroom holes In your home. to in- 4-3052. 1962. Fairlane 500 V-8 walls. $1.395. Will take trade. FR Trucks FINE CARS SALES
modem home. Ideal tor student suite. dlnnette set Assumelow stall Inefficient window air trailer SMO
TWO bedroom hOUse auto trans.. 44009. 1007 N. Main St.
power steering FAIR
radio PRICES
who needs a desirable place to payments. See at 21 S.E. conditioners. For economical one bedroom house trailer S750. heater. air condition !
Study. 373-7883. 7th St. MOBILE HOME CENTRALAIR Can be rented. Phone 3744234 er. Must sell 81450 or take 1962 CORVAIR Monza Convertible.! Used COURTEOUSSALESMEN Phone FR 2-6313
Apt. Etec. Range MO.M CONDITIONING SYSTEMSCall Monday to Friday f to 5. payments of 850.82. up 4-speed floor shift radio: whitewalls Northcentral Florida
Call at s
FOR businessman. Large bedroom. West. Laundro H5.00 "Dan" FR 6- 261. 376-2513. Roger 23.000 miles. $ ". Will Cars I
private bath. Facilities for light. 40" Elec. Range S35.00 A-1 HANDYMAN SHOP 40MODELS trade. FR 4-4009. Largest
meals. 304 N.E. 7th Avenue.FR 4' Frig. Refrlg. clean S7500 PRIVATE party one I 0 PROMPT Independent Dealer
21708. IS West. Upright Freezer S195.00 COLEMAN upflow ell fired fur- 1960 Olds two-dr. air COTKL 960 JEEP. 1 ton pickup. 4-wheel Get TOTAL
nace with gun type burner. UnitIn drive. 23,000 miles. New tires. SERVICE -- --
power except
Living windows
for Girls only. PERFORMANCE I
ROOMS Sacrifice.
excel. Cond. Will $1495. Will take trade. FR 4-4009.
room kitchen automatic wash- 17 SE 1st St. ON DISPLAY TO CHOOSE _very clean. 454-1920
HELZEL CO.. 802 SE 4th St.
Ing machine and phone. $7 per FROM LOWEST PAYMENT.PRICES. IMPALA 42 SS White. 2 dr.. AT i All these qualities ore '
week. 316 N. E. 1st St. ELECTROLUX SMALL DOWN H. TVa. auto. trans,
ROOMING house for male students 66 Mise .For Sal. TRAILER MARTHwy. PB. fact. Air. R&H, WW. SHAW & PAINT JOE
OLD new MO. Now 49. Like new. bucket seats $2350. Like
StreetSingle new
17. Phone
Orlg. 4
or double.I Kitchen and owner. 372-0149.
living room. Call FR J-2724. PLEASE HELP take up payments KIRBY CO. 61117. OPEN WEEKDAYS ORIGINAL OWNER, 9 passenger KEETER B&GMOTOR 4
712 N. Main FR 4-7110 or
to protect customer's credit UNTIL 9
p.m. custom
In. DailY 59 Ply.mouth Spring Special
CLEAN.maid service room. close reasonable. 622 Three rooms of furniture. WANTED SUNDAYS 1 TO 6 station wagon. Good 119 SE First Ave. 230 W. University i CO. _
N.E. 2nd St.. FR 4-1423. having to be returned living 2 gaL oil cans. will pay 10 EAST PALATKA. FLORIDA condition. PPB., R. H. FR 2-0503
bedroom and dinette. See 372.4343
room. low mileage. Will sacrificefor
cents each for clean undamaged
NICE clean room. private en- at McDanletl Furniture G'vllle cans. ALl Saw 8. Mow FEDERAL QUALITY HOMES $845. May be seen at I Irr. Authorized Cadillac, !:
trance. Refrigerator *. heat. I _Shopping Center. er Ce. 2022 NE 23rd Blvd., 1325 N.E. 12th Terr. --- Oldsmobile Dealer $3095
I If desired Phone 376-2721 or
MATCHING chest S22 dresser Gainesville. 4820 NW 13th St. 441 South PRICED for quick sale 1959
495-2312. S20. Firm double bed $30 Sea- GOLD colored sofa bed. 2 black Gainesville 372-5113 I' MGA Roadster mechanically ; New Cars:
PRIVATE entrance & bath nice- ly twin S30. trunk SJ-50, new laquer step tables with formica Hours 8 to .. Sunday 11 to 7' good needs body work. SUO, 115 S.E. 2nd St.
ly furnished, businessman pre _stove. FR 60410.UNDERWOOD tops and 2 wrought I Iron Service Is a must with us. call FR 2-7005. NEW 1964 GMC
ferred. 1514 NE 7th St. After 4 chairs. Call FR 44462. 1961 COMET. R & H. excellent FR 6-7515 "
p.m. elec. typewriter cond. 31,000 mL Call FR 2- ANDPICKUP I
USED Underwood portable type.
excellent cond. $175 1957 Chev.. WYATTTrailer '
J 3784. Used Cars:
FURNISHED room with private writer good condition. $30. Ph.
M ton pick-up excellent cond.
entrance private bath. tel. $595. Call 374-0617. 372-5159. usa PONTIAC Chieftian. A good TRUCKS 2001 N.W. 13th St., HAWESPOWERS-
FR -
phone -and garage. Call LOVELY mink cape collar SalesHome one 8850 Cash. Phone FR 4-7503. FR 6-7515 I
5112. SINGER sewing machine will sell make offer. '42 sm. washer I AS
1 in automatic ZI FOR SALE Spitfire 4. Triumph
my equity 840 baby bathl-
runs perfectly
51-A Wanted To Rent rag for S24.00.You take up bat : nette excellent cond. $10 FR Mobile ofpacemaker Homes priced for quick sale. Call 372-

ance of six payments at $10.00 2-1783. 9 or more bedrooms 1 or more each or make reasonable of. FOR SALE galvanized metal --.v: i-Tr aers-P- I AS Down Sun Want Ads Body Shop
bathroom unfurnished house. Call fer. Machine sold new for $250. circular swimming tank. 7 Ocala's First Mobile Home
FR 2-9500 after 4:30 p.m. week- _Call FR 2-2051. ft. diameter. 30 inches deep. Dealer Since 1948 GOINGIN 611 SW 3rd St, .
*- Jay ;-Bi-mtt"day weekends.. S PR. mans new dress and work Phone FR 29719.KEROSENE. 1923 Silver Springs Blvd.

-WANTED office space for political sox. $. New Revolvers $1175. n. w. heater- Phone 429-1358 Fla.8x3T Per Month including tax. title, Get Results FR 2-0538 .
campaign headquarters. Dort Sales Co. Next to Boys 30 gal. new pot new ear- Ocala. 5633
Price must be reasonable would Club. on Waldo Rd. berator new fuel strainer mobile home newly constructed life insurance, financing charges.
like suburban ar... Call only 875. Call 374-510. 10 x 20 cabana, 9 mln. BUSINESS.
between 3 p-m. FR 3-0013. LOST bright carpet colors restore CairnTraIler
from campus.
LASSITER MASON i them with Blue Lustre. Rent FEDDERS 1 HP. Air conditioner Lodge. 137'6. W. NO GIMMICKS ,- Can be bought at these
Electric Shampooer $1. McDan- brand new compressor.Like A. Kelly. 60 VOLKSWAGENConvertible terms! 2-dozen in stock to choose from.
52 Boarders Wanted I lell Furniture Co. Gainesville new 8110. Call 3744538. grey with new nylon -
_Shopping Center. IT'S FOOLISHto white top. A-l throughout. PontiacGMC ffl
GOING out of the building busi Tropical
.WOULD: _like to. board the elderly NOW you can afford to cook with ness. Will sell all kinds and pay more. RECKLESS to $1045
best in food best In care. gas. Gas range used. Installed sizes of doors for Vi price. Also pay less. GET THE REAL '59 RAMBLER. 'J
no. *ed patients. Reply to box FREE with our LP gas. $45 door locks 8. hinges. FR 4-043, FACTS. Payments as low as Custom 4-door, 4 cylinder, automatic Truck Center Spring Specials
384 A In care of Gainesville complete. Propane LP Gas between 10 & 4. 857.29 per month with $300 down. radio heater, white
Sun. SW Archer Road. Phone FR LAKE GENEVAMobile walls. Real Nice car. 220 N.W. 8th Ave. FR 23582RAMBLERS
I VINATORS. New automatic Homes Sales $645
54 Business Rentals DANISH mod. Iv. mn. furniture .washers from 1138.". Rt. 100 SE Keystone Hts Fla. 57 CHEVROLET

dressing desk b. case New Refrigerators from Si58.88. KENTUCKIAN 10 x 55'with Belalr, 4-door. automatic. Radio
AIR CONDITIONED rugs sh'bl1 ste re,otape New Freezers from SI39.95. 1940 10' x 45* aluminum heater. 2-tone paint. White I 63 METEOR. PS. Auto, still In warranty . $2395
JJ EARLY new modern office or rugs. dishes. Ironer stereo. tape New kemaker rerlg. from $279.95. awning. Lot 26. Hickory Hill. walls. Sharp.
location at 3733 West Univ. Ave. recorder, odds & ends lamps SERVICE WHAT WE SELL
Pit. FJl.6-2Q2. Weseman Realty _moving. FR 4-2024.. THE VARIETY STORE ONLY 3 LEFTat $745 63 STUDEBAKER. Cruiser. all pwr and air. . $2195
1113 N. Main St. AvenueFR
7 I.E. lit
27 4V Warehouse 425 FAN 20" guaranteed Dominiontan 4-3484. Save to 81500. Bank financing. \ hardtop. Automatic radio 62 FALCON. very clean automatic . . $1395.'
,FOR rent x with portable stand, new In All NEW W Wide mobile heater power steering and
W.UnIv. Ave. Call FR 44141.
Sept. 1943. $20. Phone FR 2- brakes. Sharp.
GARAGE space for rent. 411 S.W. 2195. RANGES FROM 839.95. Trailer Sales. 3860 SW Archer $795 62 COMET,4-dr. radio. heater std . . $1395
2nd St. Call John Merrill Real- Refrigerators from 849.95. Rd. FR 2-2290. CHEVROLET

tor. FR M494. GRAVELY garden tractor with rotary TV from 839.95. x" Uberty. 2 bedroom. 57 . . $1395
Excellent condi WE SELL SO Station wagon. V-8 automatic. 62 VW Spotless . . .
STORE available May 1st. has tion. $180.mower.FR 2-374S. VE THE SERVICE VARIETY WHAT STORE deluxe model.lighting.Air conditioned.Walnut radio heater 2-bine paint. Wide Selection of 6's and V-8's in all series.
front for retail business t large Indirect
back for warehouse It storage. 7 S.E. 1st Avenue paneling. Aluminum. Must see to Nice. 61 FORD. Galaxie 500. R&H. full pwr & air. $1595
BRIGGS and Strattoa riding mow
FR 4-3484. 12. 95. FR 1-7994. $695
Located on corner of S.E. lit Perfect condition. appreciate.
Ave. & 2nd St. If Interested cau er.S50. Phone FR working 4-0434. FOR sale single bed. like new. '56 CHEVROLET4Door BEFORE YOU BUY GET OUR DEAL 61 RAMBLER. wagon PS. Factory: air. . $1295
Sr., FR j-8053. Belalr. Automatic radio -
Mrs. Bfbers & Truck Rentals
Call 372-3032. 80 Tractors
DOWLING'3 UPHOLSTERY heater white wall tires.
61 Wanted to Buy Chairs low as Si. No money 21 CU. FT. Coldspot chest freezer. Power steerIng Clean as a pin. ON THE LOWEST PRICED AMERICAN 59 BUICK. Invicta: full power and air. . $1095,

down low as $5 per month. 4 moo old. like new, make offer. RENT a truck one-way anywhereIn $695

WANTED: water cooler must be Free estimates. pickup and delivery FR 4-4277. the USA. from United Rent- '55 CHEVROLET BUILT CAR! 59 CADILLAC. 4-dr deVUle loaded. Air . $1995
priced reasonable and In good service. All work guaran Ails. 425 NW 8th Ave. FR 4-2835. 2- oor hardtop. Automatic. V4.

working condition. Call 3724441, teed. Phone 374-77S4. 70 Boats-Marina 14u1p. radio heater 2-tone paint. Whitewall Air. . $2495Let
ext. 20. S-S weekdays.WE Clealn. 61 T.BIRD PS. PB. EC. EW. .
FOR SALE CHEAP, Restaurant 83 Motorcycles & Scooters tires. Watch favorite magazines for Rambler's
BUY and sell all kinds of fur. formica counter and 26 stools, REGAL LANCER Cabin Cruiser $645 your

rilture, stoves, refrigerators equipment. Complete fount'n. 16'and trailer. Phone 2-5689. SPECIALS $3 Million Surprise Party Coupons!
clothes. radios TV etc. Call and short order equipment. 52" 1957 ALLSTATE scooter, In good '55 CHEVROLET Us to .
FR 2-3937. outboard motor condition. Needs little' prove you
Call FR 2-875 or 29207. Mr. TEN h-p. Mercury running "up. Good motor.
$SO. Contact body repair. 845. Call FR 44014. M ton pick
Page. condition.
LARGE upright freeitr. Canoe. good $195 That a Safe buy>> used cars is your buy
preferably fiber glass er alumi ALL CHANNEL T. V. antenna VESPA 1942 125 Scooter. Good 53 FORD
num. Phone 472-2000 or 472-2220. Double' stack complete. Noth- condition $190. After 4 P-m. Ph.
Newberry, Florida. ing else to buy. $15. Brants. 72 Office Equipment 3744313. Ranch, new wagon.tires.V-8, radio heater RIDGWAY MOTOR CO. Crane-Lincoln Mercury"It's

51) N.W. 8th Avenue. 1962 55 cc Ducatl, good condition $99

_:4 62 Machinery & Tools USED Chain Saws ISO up. New GAIN SVILLE'S largest volume office ,,5. Call FR 2-OM9 after 4 P.M. ALL CARS thoroughlyRECONDITIONED to Trade with Crane Lincoln Mercury"

_ _____ ONE two roller cane mill In 4 hp saws $* .*. We repair supply dealer. Chesnurs and Sat. 81 Sun. 1132 S. Main St. FR 2-8433 Easy
-1 number 1 condition and one all chain saws & lawn mowers. Office Equipment Co. Invites you I960 NORTON motorcycle 400 cc. Sweral GOOD PICK UPS FR 2-3631
60 gal. syrup kan'.. Phone Chain saw rentals. McCulloch to come In and shop or call for In excellent condition.can 8400. FROM 516 S. MAIN STREET
1-73). Wisconsin and Briggs Stratton free delivery. Chesnufs Office 454-1041 after 7:00 P.M. $195 TO 8495
dealer. Florida Saw Co. FR Equipment Co. 106 W. Univ.
LAMBRETTA 125 LD excel
64 Household Good 43411.CLOSE: Ave. In Downtown Gainesville. lent tires buddy seat luggage RaulersonMotors -- -- -- -

OUT SALEOn TAX TIME. Adding machines and rack, spare tire 8100.
__ REPOSSESSEDCOMPLETE Wallpaper. 98c a Roll calculators. New and used. Park FR J-TJ03 after 5:30 p.m. .
5 HARPER PAINT CO. er's Complete Office Outfitters.
'10 S.W. 7th St. 372-4344 The only authorized Olivetti 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS
ROOMS Underwood Agent m Gainesville.Ph. 1611 HAWTHORNE HAWES-POWERS USED CARS


- Take Over PaymentsSAILOR MACHINE. Will sell my SPRING Your cars AUTO pep &TUNE-UP power show 372.5285
Used Cars
being transferred out of equity In automatic ZIg Zag 73 Musical Merchandise up with a tune-up at BROWN'S Home of A-l
country taking his family with for S20. You take up balance of SERVICE CENTER. Guaranteedrecapping CARSTRUCKSJEIPSRAMBLER SMITTY SAYS
Mm wants someone to take overpayments A payments of $I each, or make ORGAN SALEOf .. wheel alignment. :
on his furniture Itappliances. reasonable offer. .Machine sold I sot N. Main. FR 4-4310. .
FURNITURE consists new for S2SO. Call FR 4-1075. Christmas Left overs. All
p of sofa chair In high new organs. Savings up to 30 for SALE
grade nylon converts to bed. GOLF CLUBS bag, cart guns. per' cent. Earls Piano Co. 85 AUTOMOBILES

4 J cocktail end tables 2 lovely with.lamps matching rKIlnIni. TV. ,hand typewriter tools. ,adding calculator machine 702 W. Univ. Ave. 372-2222 TRADEINSARE If You Need a Car and Real ly want to save some money

KIT F.M. tuner. Good sensitivity CADILLAC Coupe deVllle. !-
chair 10* sq. ft. of carpet. Make offer. Phone 37259304cAN'T HEATH
good performance. $35. door h. t. Factory air full
374-4009. windows. seats. etc.
_ Phone power. SEE US NOW!
BEDRM. consists of full size dresser HAVE TO PLAY FAIR. For fair Beautiful. 8475. FR 4-3825. BETTER CARS! . J
washers dish washers UPRIGHT PIANO
prices en .
44 bookcase bed.Bays'
chest 8150 one 1960, 4 DR.. automatic ,
set refrigerators & appliance $SO, one $JSi one ; CORVAIR
consists of mi.pie
room call FR 6- 267. Grand SlfS. Grldley Music transmission radio a\
repairs antique
bunk beds with tdll" II excellent. cond. 8895. If You Don't Like These Prices '
FR 253nSPINET heater
chest. 7 pc. dinette with formica A-l HANDYMAN SHOP CO Ph. evenings FR 4-7S83. .
size refrigerator finish, RAMBLER
top. Family plane mahogany 63
STEEL loading Can be .
& stove also Included. ramps. good condition $300. Phone 372- CHEVY 1957 station wagon. V .. .
F used loading farm trectori station
orfor excellent cond., new tires. 4-dr 660' Cross Country
I ORIG.PRICE$1176BAL dozers. Call FR M694. 4748. Best offer. Phone 372-4423 or wagon automatic transmissIon.

DUE $297 BARBIE TYPE doll clothes. FR 66336.CORVAIR heater Individual reclining MAKE US AN OFFER
_ priced lower than commeclaL Automotive seats. *.OM actual miles. NEWI '"
43, equipped
WKLY PAYM'TS $2.50No Mania
Other types maae on
request. Phone 374512. with radio heater, white sidewall $2495 .. I
J money down. no payment tires. 8,000 actual miles.
I Ill May. Ask for Sears Furniture INCOMPLETE set of Reed 4i Assume payments small equi .
""RATIONALFURNITURE Barton. 'The Lark sterling 77 Mobile Homes for Sale ty. Will consider older car for 60 FINE CARS TO CHOOSE FROM. :
liver also Lennox "Princess"china. equity. Call owner at 3724441.ext. 63 RamblerClassic
WAREHOUSE Phone 374-0334. 33 ..5 weekdays. .

3622 Beach Blvd.. FL f-254 THE best costs less. Unrivaled 58 GREAT likes for sale* excell- CHEVY BEL AIR '55, H-Tl V.., 4-dr 'MO*, automatic
12Jecvscnvllie service. Your Phllgis Dlstrtutor. ent condition. Phone 312-+COO all around. air conditioned radio heater
DAILY f-t.Sat. t-4. Sun. & good
Open Inc. 316-5392. after 4 P.M. clean snappy like new_In and out. 63 NEWPORT 4-dr sedan PS PB R&H AT Air cond
Fla. Fullgss 201 N. W. 33rd Ave. . .... $2695
1941, 4-door. air $2395

CHEVROLET conditioned.motor. Power radio brakes.beater like new.Big 63 DODGE, 440, 4-dr sedan, PS, Air cond, R&H, nice ........ ..t......... $2795,

SERVICESHome CORVETTE Call FR 4-4282 1944 after, gold 4 pan.fastback 62 RAMBLER 63 VALIANT, 2-dr, V-20Q, AT, heater, 14,000 miles, sharp . $1745

8,000 AM .ml FM never radio titled 300HP PS,power PB. seats.Ambassador Automatic 400. transmission wide bucket I!I 63 SAAB, 2-dr, 4-speed transmission, R&H like new .... .... . .... $1345

Glide. contraction. Colin Murphy CONDITIONED -

FR 2-9303. radio ,heater power steering AIR power 63 FIAT, 4-dr 1 1100, heater, like new condition .... .... . .... ........ $1095:
And Business DODGE 1941 hardtop. 4 cylinder steering power brakes like

standard transmission. new. 62 RAMBLER, 4-dr, automatic, radio, heater, nice ........ . .... $1475
R and H. Low mileage. Ex. $2295

CarpentryWORK Repairs cellent Reasonab.W.W Call Exceptionally 372-7477. dean. 62 VALIANT, V-ZOO, 4-dr, heater, 16,000 actual miles, sharp . .... $1495.

) : DODGE.condition.1952. 4-door.8100 good Call running 3742178 -- 62 RAMBLERcustom 62 VW, Sunroof, sharp. Ready to go ............ .... .... ...... .... $1395
wanted Carpenter desires A-l HANDYMAN SHOP
: 4. 4-dr. Sedan. automatic -

work. Repairs, remodel I n g. I FIRST In Air Conditioning and after radio, heater, air conditioned 62 FORD 4-dr. Galaxie PS Automatic R&H Perfect .... .. ...... ... $179
Ph. M102. Appliance Repairs. FR 4-0247. DODGE 1949, MUST SELL. 4 dr. power steering Individual ........ ?
I sedan runs Good. has 4 good seats. A beautiful -

CosmeticsHAVE I Remodeling tires 8145. Call FR 2-9772. carl reclining 62 TEMPEST,4-drwagon, radio, heater . .... .... .... ...... . $1495,

Ii IiAlt FUN making up year ENGLISH vert. '41,FORD good condo Consul Down con payment $1695 62 CHEVROLET, 1/2 Ton pickup. Really a nice truck ............ . ........ $1595.:
friends and earn $4040 per week NEED A NEW Florida room carport and take over few remainIng

by showing Vtvlane Woodard So- patio, screened-in porch payments. 510 NE 4th Ave. I 61 PLYMOUTH 4-dr ((2)) PS R&H automatic Air cond $1395
wagon .
Rare Beauty Program. Call 374- etc.' Call now and get It Cone 372-5478. OPEN 8-8 ,
140 for Information. If. no answer for the summer months. Call FORD. 1957. 4 6?.. stand. shift. '
_ 372-1123. 37J-Mf after S P.M. for free 50,000 actual miles. Very dean. MON.-SAT. 61 OLDS, 4-dr 88', PS, PB, Radio, heater, automatic ..4. .... .... .... $1495
estimates. Best offer. Phone 372or Meet our salesmen: Carl
An HOUR OF BEAUTY will makea can be seen at 510 NE 4th Ave. Davenport. P. G. Holder, 60 CHEVY 4-dr automatic radio Air cond ,
you" at MERLE NOR- BUILDING. remodeling. painting. Itr.palo, h.eater, . .... $1495
w.-new Elmer Miller. Clint Fleming
COSMETICS STUDIO. I block and cement work. Good FORD 59 Convertible Crulse-O-

Conditioning Learn secrets by professional trained I.beauty make-up! ex work.. Good prices. Phone 4451S72. Matlc tt*.t.-..r.'transmlss Fair tea.- V-8 Ion motor radio.In sales and manager.Albert Plant. 60 DODGE, 4-dr, automatic, radio, heater, PS, Air cond ................ . $795

ART BALL" .ATconditioning parts. 511 W. Univ. Ave. FR PALATKA ORNAMENTAL IRON good c ftditJor body a little
(Hot Air-Hot water) heating and 1-3114. WORKS. Railings porch columns rough S&50 call owner at 2-4527 59 'PLYMOUTH, 4-dr wagon, qutomotic, heater, sharp as a pin .... . $845
refrigeration. Ph. 372-145. U made to your specifica after 5:30. 61 CHRYSLER

Years Experience. I, tions. Phone 325-4005 Paiatka LANCER 41. mod-770 4 Dr. S-stteK. 4-dr Sedan, automatic power 59 CHEVROLET, 4-dr hardtop, PS, PB, R&H, AT, Air cond, nice .... .... $925
FIRE EXTINGUISHERSFLORIDA after 4 P M. reverse the charg new tires 39.000 mL BaU 8960. steering and brakes air conditioned

Appraisal Service FIREEXTINGUISHER es. Mr. Balwln :374404. BEAUTIFULI 58 CHEVROLET, 2-dr, a real good car for the money .... .... . .... $295

MERCURY. 1955. passenger $1695

pRED REALTOR a. ARNOLD Sales and Service CO. UpholsteryUPHOLSTER V-8 heater wagon.excellent, auto. trans condition.. radio 1 I 58 BUICK, 4-dr Sedan, PS, PB, R&H, AT, Air conditioned . ............ $700
ESTATE APPRAISAL Alt types of Fire Extinguishers
REAL SERVICe Pick UP and delivery service your furniture at owner. 8500. 372-2340. I. 57 PLYMOUTH 2-dr hardtop Automatic radio heater ...... $395
Ml' W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3571 C R. Thomas Ph. 37M9W reasonable prices. Call Sally OLDS '5*. Fiesta station wagon 60 FALCON2dr .. . .

Appliance Repairs Gainesville F:'" Experienced. FR 44515.SewngAlteratlons I I AT.Low FR 2-4449.PB mileage.PS. 3001 W-W NE RIH 13th, $715.St. gel SAVE.Sedan. Clean and ready tc 56 CHRYSLER, 4-dr, runs real good. A good buy for you ............ . $345

A-l HANDYMAN SHOP Mortgage Broker OLDS I960. 2-door, factory stick. $745 55 CHEVROLET, 4-dr, 2 choose from, good cars .... .... .... ........ $225
Good cond. $t2.S. 1954 OLDS.
First In Air Opening end SEAMSTRESS I do sewing of ell Ronnie
AMjlMM-e$ R 67. FHA and conventional, at lowest kinds a. Dressmakftig. Mrs. W. Good running cond. 8225.
current rates. Terms to 25 C Asbell. 3434 N.W. ITtti Terrace Young. 373-5097. 59 BUICKLeSebre I
years. Win gladly discuss at no 3720455.ALTERATIONS. RAMBLER 1958. station wagon. I ,
Auto Equipment obligation. Call tutnorrow. radio heater power steering. 4-dr Sedan automatic SPECIAL SPECIAL
J. W. KIRKPATRICK Realtor on women's brakeS. auto. trans, air transmission radio. heater
hYDRAULiC JACIS reboillt 1.ezthangedl 31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 2-44M clothing, else buttonholes cond.power Real clean buy 8695. Can power steering end brakes. I

Renal Factory lr kits auThorIzed for FRED B. ARNOLD 372-ewi.bens & dressmaking. Call Vera Chason 374-7660. I.I AIR CONDITIONEDI 60 LARK .... . ...... ........ $ 59 IMPERIAL. .... . .... $1195 I

.U.-Wat- ydrauiic Jact REALTOR VOLKSWAGEN. 1963 AM-FM radio. $1095 i 4-dr hartftop power steering power brakes radio, -
Service Agent HULL'S BRAKE FHA AND CONVENTIONALLOANS Seat belts. White wait tires. I 2-dr hardtop, automatic radio, heater.
Sewing Machine Repairs I I heater automatic air conditioned too!
SERVICE & SUPPLY 1314 S- Like new. Can be seen at 402 I
Main FR 2-1497 121* W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 312-3522 -- NW 34th St. Can 372-4698. I

Auto Glass SVt per cent Interest. Terms to I I CO si5 W. University and take uo payments. Call 475wn Galaxie 500 4-dr hardtop. Automatic
U years. Ave. 374-1075. We repair all radio heater new tires.A .

AuTO GLASS is our only business. BUY BUILD REFINANCE I I Makes. Work fully guaranteed. BRING out the best In your car. cream puff. PRICED TO Phone SPECIAL I
immediate body SEW
Auto painting

free beauty Pickup. value a. delivery.to your Add car. NW 19 Dan St. Byrd Ph. FR a-2511 Tires Alignment work.Superior Fast dependable WRIGHT'S rvjce' $995No [61 SPRITE ........ .... .... ....... $945
co. Brake Service free pickup. 6-3400 1 WARRANTYPiymoulhValiantChryjlerImperialSimca "
MAULDIN'S AUTO Fit GLASS 4-2558. GLADYS Smith Realtor. FHA BODY WORKS. 2031 NW SIb St. Convertible, nice, nice!
323 NW. 6th st. and conventional loans. Low FR 4-9707.

rates. Terms to 25 years 122t VACATION SPECIAl. CHEVROLET.3-d- a r e- Down Payment
Bulldozing W. Univ. Ave. 372-53*. ON famous nationally known Mohawk 55 top new paint and tires. Good

.... teaaer. ClUmP FORDYCE and Associates Inc. ; tires . Save UP to Condition} only S42S. 57 FORD. wagon $395
SMAU. rock. Top Conventional and F.H.A. loans 50% en new tires. See our new PONTIAC. Convertible. 8295.Wright's .
dIrt. rime 57 57 PLYMOUTH $395
trucks fill with low rates and long term wrap around retread that gives Body Works. 2031 NW
SOIL Phone 3727$44.BULLDOZERS loans our specialty. Quick, courteous more mileage 4. traction. LaH- 4th JU 374-97C7. after 4, 372- 57 CHEVY. wagon $595 Motor
.. Drl9l1n1. Bach confidential service. Cal mar Tire Ce. 623 N. Main St. I 5804. 59 RAMBLER. wag. $595 Hawes Powers
wheel tractors. motor 374-123 or come by tJ4 Wes
hoe. estimates. W. Go University Avenue. Grace For FOR sale 1941 antique Caditlac. 55 CHEVY. 4-dr $295
grade'ii.wn Johnson free FR 6-42" tfvce. Realtor. WINDOW CLEANING excellent cond. Can FR 2- 59 OPEL. Se _1179. After 4 pjn.
'AINTINGPAINTING. WINDOWS cleaned floors cleaned INS CHEVY II Station wagon Many snore to choose from.
CarpentryORADY and waxed houses washed. 10 Air conditioned evto. tranv Sales and Service
yrs. experience. Free estlmatss. radio heater three seat
Also Screens repaired Phone FR 3-STJS. white side watt. 4400 miles
CA1INET WORKS window class replaced. Phone less than S mea. old. SI 00 cash. RIDGWAYMOTOR
Custom built cabinets and and mold-spray FR 4-12SX Yard Work take up payments. Call 372- "We will net be undersold or out-traded"
Ins refinishIng sin I to 5-372-5738 alter 1PJA.

Pent. University Avenue PlumbingSEWER CO.

372 1JADVUYUE CHARLES WORSHAM specializing 1943 CHEVY II. station wagon
Phone INSTALLEDNEW hi .lawn mowing, edging a> pruning. white red Interior 2 seat belts. 1132 S. Main St. 312 N. Main St. fR 63400Tuesday
FR 4-l'64 anytime.
radio heater air conditioner.
IN THE \ .. used fixtures. complete FR 2.8433
plumbing service "BlG" JIM FOR the best take a rest. Osteens Take ever payments. Call FR I
SERVICE CIKECTOBV HUGULEY. Gainesville Plumbing Lawn Mowing service. Free estt 2-0768 or see at 3942 SW 2nd
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