Gainesville sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079931/00090
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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 8, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000098505
oclc - 01446379
notis - AAL3952
lccn - sn 78002218
issn - 0163-4925
System ID: UF00079931:00090
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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Eight-year-old Antonia Burnett, adopted daughter of
.t Mr. and 3Irs. George L. Burnett of Chattahoochee,
i, walked uncertainly into the the Federal Building yes- Wallace Scores.

terday for naturalization ceremonies. Minutes later
I when the Nicaragua-born Antonia emerged from JudgeG. To Smile
Harrold Carswell's courtroom clutching an AmerIcan -
flag, there was no doubt from her smile how it felt

., If Id,become'. an If American" citizen. Story on Page 10. High in Wis. With

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Effect Is '1.

: UncertainMILWAUKEE

w Wis. (AP-:
Alabama Gov. George C. Wallace .t sa

who said he would "shake

1L k .r :. the eye teeth" of both parties'
ta leaders if he attracted more
than 25,000 Wisconsin votes in '

t. E .aJ zi his campaign against the civil
rights bill, won 10 times that
i many in Tuesday's presidential L

I tbI primary.But : : I-

Wisconsin Gov. John W.

L ;i 'I Reynolds, who headed a favor- __ __
ite son delegation the per-
X 'kit sonal choice of President John- V I

: son, won all of the state's 46 ____
Democratic National Conven- I ;

tion votes. In ,the process, Rey-
4C nolds-topped the late President K
John F. Kennedy's record for
the most votes ever won by a ,

Democrat in the primary test. _

AY The Southern segregation
ist's triumphant assertion that
winning nearly one-fourth of the

15 Injured Indict Steel Firms Dove Hunt total progressive vote cast in Badger the traditionally state

constituted a grass roots referendum Justice William O. Douglas too much tampering
that "will .send a good with the delicate balance of nature."
In Cleveland Case BringsAcquittal
message both to the Congressand
For Price Fixing to the two national parties"was *

Race Riots immediately challenged by
the other principals."It ,

CLEVELAND, Ohio (AP) Ntm lurk irittU'S the United States Steel Corpor By MARTY SCHRAM just goes to show what Douglas Deplores
ation Bethlehem Steel Co. Na-
Cleveland faced its second ra- NEW YORK Eight major Cecil M. Webb a former we've known all along," Reyn- '
cial crisis in less than three steel companies and two of their tional Steel Corp., Greet Lakes member of the state Game and olds said. "There are prejudiced

months today in the wake' a executives were indicted Tues- ,_ Steel Steel! Corp.,. Jones & Laughlin Fees! Water Fish Commission people in the North as ,well as Resources WasteBy
Corp:,- SteelCorp.
civil Tights-demonstration that ;xlay by;a federal grand fury>rr -=acquitted in federal court in the South." '
Republic Steel Corp., and the _
antitrust charges involving alleged .
left .a Presbyterian minister here yesterday of a charge that
Wheeling Steel Corp. Rep. John W. Byrnes of Green
In basic
dead and touched off an all- price fixing a The, individuals indicted were he possessed 175 doves over the Bay, the Republican favoriteson CLIF CORMIERSun Even the regions of the United
,consumer-goods product car-
night wave of rioting and vio- bon sheet steel. James P. Barton of Pittsburgh, legal limit.U. whose candidacy kept the Education Writer States traditionally thought of

lence. As a result of price fixing in who was product manager of S. District Court Judge G. GOP primary free of serious Future generations of Americans !- '' as wilderness are going fat,
Civil rights leaders, whose sheet steel, the government U. S. Steel's sheet and strip Harrold Carswell granted a de- contenders for the presidential may never have a chanceto Douglas warned.
demonstration Tuesday halted said, consumers paid move products from 1955 until recently fense motion for acquittal while nomination, said, "I don't think know the meaning of nature "In my own native Pacific
construction at an East f Side for such items as washing ma- when he became assistant the 12-man jury was waiting in this election proves anything at, unless the current destructionof Northwest, there are few places
school site, scheduled a noon chines, refrigerators, automo- general manager of administrative the ante-room. The trial was all about the civil rights bill. the country's natural resources left where one can get farther
demonstration at the Board of biles, kitchen cabinets and office service, and W. J. Stephens barely two hours old. With of the state's is checked, Associate U. S. than 10 miles from a road; the
i Education's downtown office furniture. also of Pittsburgh, who was Webb is president of the Dixie 3,349 3,552 Supreme Court Justice William great wilderness of Maine has
t building. The indictment was described associated with Bethlehem from Lily Milling Co., and is one of precincts reporting the vote 0. Douglas said here last night. been reduced to a narrow 20-
by the government as the 1955 to 1962 as assistant general the state's most politically in- was: Justic Douglas, a staunch mile corrider."
The Rev. Bruce W. Klunder, most important of five true manager of sales and as as- fluential men. Reynolds 483,066 conservationist, painted a He said the only way to halt
27-year-old white minister, was bills returned against steel sistant vice president of sales. The prosecution, under the di- Wallace 246,066 dreary picture of America's the ruthless commercial exploi-
crushed to death under bull- companies here since 1962. The defendants will plead to rection of U. S. Attorney Clinton Byrnes 287,632 rapidly vanishing forests, riv- tation of natural resources will
dozer during the demonstrationat It was the largest action in the indictment in federal court Ashmore and Assistant U. S. -In a state which has not ers and wildlife in his talk at be through a concerted over-all
the school site in a predom- here 21. If convictedthe the University of Florida.It .
terms of commerce, it was ex on April Attorney Jack Carrouth, had produced a majority for a plan.
inantly Negro neighborhood.Fifteen plained. The defendants were maximum' penalty for the charged that on September 30, Democratic presidential nom- may even get to the point "We must seek to drive deeply

other persons, 10 of charged with conspiring to elim- individuals is one year in prison 1963, Webb possessed 175 morn- inee since the election of HarryS. where the few remaining natur- into law guarantees that por-
them policemen, were injured.Car inate price competition in the and a $50,000 fine cash. The ing doves over the legal limit Truman in 1948, the castingof al retreats will have to be "ra tions of our country will be reserved -
in-' corporations, can be fined $50- and more than 70 cent of the tioned" to accommodate nature for its citizens to enjoy."
and store windows were $3.6-billion carbon-steel-sheet that these birds were not per
26 for vote in the Reynolds-Wallace lovers. Otherwise, hikers may The gray-haired, ruddy-faced
smashed. Police arrested dustry, which accounts 000.The tagged properly. The birds
including four juveniles about one-third of all finished indictment charged that were allegedly being stored in fight showed that thousands of be treading in paths deeply rut- jurist, who is equally known for
persons manufactured the defendants held hotel meet- Republicans had taken advan- ted from overuse, he said. (See DOUGLAS on Page 2))
accused of throwing steel mill products a Williston cold storage plantin
rocks. in the United States. ings, at which'no minutes were' Webb's name. tage of the open primary to
The corporate defendants are (See STEEL on Page 21)section ) But Webb countered that on mark the other party's ballot.
Police and civil rights leaders Reynolds termed the cross-
Monday September 30, he was Execs Called
appealed without success to the over, which produced big Democratic Key
Columbus Ga.
a hospital -
crowd, which swelled to more totals,in scores of solidly
Auto Ins diabetes and
Two suffering from
than 3,000, to disperse. ] Republican areas, tremendousbut

Time and again during the "acute In addition heart ,pains.defense attorneyLeo added that it "was "an old In Competitive Field
Wisconsin custom.
mounted afternoon police and early charged evening into, Programs on Tap Herethe that Foster, of Tallahassee, said Byrnes said, ."There is. no -
Webb had been stricken
more significance to the general
groups that gathered to hurl Gainesville motorists can Gainesville Shopping Center while on a dove shoot with 16 than there Corporations in the United duct field but from unrelated in-
crossover now was
taunts and missiles, sending take their pick of two auto and in front of the Courthouseon friends at his ranch near Dawson in 1960." States and Europe today are dustries."
demonstrators scurrying behind, Avenue, for executives with Jenkins said
Road. safety inspection programs this University Georgia. Four years ago, Kennedy wona competing managementwas
buildings along Lakeview weekend. Besides checking cars, the Those friends an impressive majority of the delegates anda the same aggressiveness with the key to success.
7 Both are free and both are Jaycees also will sell seatbeltsat group of state digni- head start on the road to the which they are competing for "A company's real source of
civic services. a discount. taries including state Senator White, House when he whippedSen. markets the president and power and thread of coaMfitaty
WHERETO One of them began ,April 1 "Our' primary aim is to reduce (See WEBB on Page 2)) Hubert H. Humphrey of founder of Florida's Publix su- is its management manage
and is intended as a permanent the accident rate and save lives. Minnesota in a similar primary permarket chain said here last ment that can itself create

fixture sponsored by insurance We urge every car ownerto Burns Rally 476,024 to 366,753. Richard M. night. change, adapt to it aad prosperby
FIND IT agents, garage owners and the have his car checked in one George Jenkins, head of the it."
county safety council. of our lanes. Five minutes spentat Here TonightMayor (See PRIMARY on Page 21) 100-store Publix chain, delivered He defended the practice of

0 Comics . . ISO The other is the annual Jay- a safety check lane may savea the main address at the an- executives who "deaa house
Classified . 21-23 cee-sponsored safety check pro life," Roger Kalter, chair- Haydon Burns of Jack- nual initiation banquet of Beta and bring in a new team" when
0 Entertainment 24 gram. The Jaycees will be out man of the Jaycee safety check sonville will bring his campaignfor Gemini Gamma Sigma, University of they take over management ofa

0 Obituaries .21 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. at. three committee, said. Florida's governorship to Florida professional business firm.
Opinion Page . 4 stations Friday and Saturday.The He added that the driver of Citizens Field in Gainesville to- fraternity. (Se JENKINS on Page 10))
Association tenth in each lane Capsule Jenkins said executive recruitment
Automobile Dealers every car night.A :
O Sports . 13, 14
Women's . . 8 will provide mechanics. will get 100.ti ding'stamps and Burns for Governor rallyis is both an outcome
Check points will be at theJ. every 100th car will get a free slated to start at 7:30 a.m. In OrbitCAPE and growing need of competitive '
M. Fields' Shopping Center, seat belt A motorcade win precede it.I enterprise today and to- Another First Buyer

morrow. Success StoryMr.
KENNEDY, Fla. (AP) "Competition is getting hotter

j; : Candidates Air Views to Negro VotersBy -An capsule unmanned rocketed Project into orbit Gemini today not colder.of which Like it the was competitionout born it is "very. E.satisfied"W. Tones; with said our he want was

scoring a resounding success here and here to stay," Flemingsaid. ads. He has placed several with
I for the United States on us recently

JEAN CARVERSun candidate Willard Williams. of the county. It is up to you Turlington cited the need for the opening shot of its second The food magnate said because

Stall WriterAccomplishments Wilson prefaced his referencesto to put a stop to this." an experienced man in the leg- man-in-space program of rapid changes made Mr work, Tory very*well"beievet. And'th youtoo ......,

I State Rep. Ralph Turlingtonwith islature, promising to maintainhis The flight marked a major possible by technology, business when you dean out ...
or promises a story referring to "some Turlington, a 14-year veteran prime interest i n schools milestone in the program, and competition today is wide open. closets or store reomt and
i of the same, depending on politicians who "a p par ently in the House of Representatives and education.CPA bolstered hopes that the first "Fifty years ago a large financially those odds & ends or tiles,
whether the speaker was holding noted that there is no way team of two Gemini astronautswill sound arm- Mr. Tonjes sefl your hit.,.r
reach a point where they no Willard Williams run- company quality items to the Art ...,.,.
; or seeking the office, were longer see fit to, represent the to please 100 per cent of the ning for his second term on the ride side by side into orbit ed with patents, capital equip-
cited to Negro voters last night people who elect them to of- people all of the time. school board, lashed out at his late this year.A ment and distribution advan-
by 31 Democratic candidates. fice. 'The votes cast on annexation second, more sophisticated tages had a reasonable right-of- HI-FI, cabinet contaWng 1. ti
opponent, auto parts dealer 2 f speakers St air1 H
The rally was the third of 16 were cast after very strong Jack unmanned shot scheduled in way to the future. watt amp. with I htpvte fcr .*>h
leading up to the May 5 pri- Referring Turlington's vote and serious and deliberate con- "I will Zimmerman not to this level the summer will be a determining "Not today. The plastics industry neck FM tuner< crystal or tape phone recwMr I ..,SB.M '
i mary. Only two candidates with the legislative delegation sideration by me and my colleagues of politicking," Williams said. factor in reaching that goal is making leather obsolete FR ...,. .
missed the meeting at the Ne 10,allow Gainesville to annex ," Turlington explained. interest The nation's 29 astronauts and ; oil companies are movinginto
"My is built
gro Recreation Center. outlying areas despite the fail He said Wilson was incorrectin politician's not. on "a many key space officials observed the chemical and plastics Economical Sun WMA-Ms
promise of
Far from featuring any cam ure of voters to approve an- ,referring to the annexationvote He noted the Utopia.needs today's critical firing. fields; aluminum is competingwith Work hard at such tow .i1.
paign fireworks, the twohour nexation."I adding that the voters in A powerful Titan II rocket steel and gas is threateningcoal. Place your family wanl4 "
that face the school board and the 6 to 12 day low rae;_p'
session did include isolated out charge him with disregarding the city approved annexation said 75 cent of the which until today was rued Coitus today .' J'Ri'8'44'
per ,.
while those in the to be opera- only in military weapons tests "Competitive thrusts come ,
area "'
bursts, primarily from state rep !the wishes 'of the people, tional budget is lot' teacher "
Proof of Results
the thrust to hurl the from anywhere and every-
resentative candidate Dick Wilson Wilson 'said. "He has completely annexed voted against the ex- provided
and school board incumbent lost sight of the people tension of the city limits. (See RALLY on Page 2)) two-seat spacecraft into orbit. where, not only in the new pro-

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2 Gainesville Sun Wednesday, April 8, 1964 .

More About. More AboutDouglas' More About Weather RoundupC ? ,Auto Insurance Problems ?i

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:4 : Rally WebbFrom Haythorne Insurance Agency '


From 1 Page 1
=_ \ From Page 1 ,

his legal views on individual Charley Johns, of Starkewereon Cloudy with showers
= salaries. 'take of all is to do nothing at freedom[ cited Florida's Ever- hand to testify on behalf of and not so warm tonight Revival Preaching at the

M Although Zimmerman prom-I all." glades as a prime example of the defense. and Thursday. Low tonight 60 65L ':'E : > EASTSIDE BAPTIST CHURCH

= ised to "raise property assess- His opponent, Dash wood the poor conservation practices. I Also representing Webb as to 65, high Thursday'66 to 74. oum m euea 1501 E. University Avenue
for local Hicks said the commission 15 to 22 miles northedly winds ZM '
ments funds to match legal counsel were state Sen. ..
12th 19th 7:30 NightlyR.
=-, state funds for quality education -needs a small businessman who Tampering with the delicate George Dayton, 'of Dade City, tonight or early Thursday. April ,

," Williams said he had "no has experienced the problemsthat balance of nature in the Ever- and Walter N. Burnside, of B Showers ending sometime -_ R. B. Keyes Pastor
business.He in 1905 he said, Thursday. Not low Wa Johnny Ramirez Evangelist
such ability to raise assessmentsn face glades began Tamna. so warm tonight
around 60. In
high Thursday 60s. 15
as a school board mem- said he was deeply concerned i when parts of it were drained. The defense motion for acquittal to 22. mile northerly winds tote to
= ber. about county taxes and Now saline waters are en- day.E
presented followingthe .
was F
G Partly cloudy continued
= promised to attempt to reduce: croaching, drying up the sea of warm tonight. Low tonight 65 to 70.
Zimmerman said he in- of
was them. and killing off the testimony two employesof high Thursday In 70s showers likely. I ISul
sawgrass Northerly 10 to 20 milt winds Thurs FRED LEWISLOCKER
= terested in providing educational Webb's, George Amica and .
COUNTY COMMISSION DIST.:wildlife once so abundantIt day.H Yet
opportunities for the two of Willie Clark, both Negroes. I Partly cloudy and continued
5-Sid Martin, running for his I' warm through Thursday. Chance of
= three students who will not at- third term, said he was a man' may be that the only way Amica testified that he is an showers Thursday afternoon. Low tonight ea a1 ti0+e ROOM
tend college. He said the county of few promises and "I offer to save the Everglades will be employe of the Dixie Lily Ranch e0$. South 65 to to 70.Southwest high Thursday 10 to 20 mile mid-
-- does a good job of educatingthe simply my record of action." by the conversion of saline east Williston' and that he winds.J GAINESVILLE WEATHER 4562 N.W. 13th St. 376.9191OLD

one student out of three who "You can see the roads,"I water into fresh water, he said. had gone up to Webb's Georgia warm K: through- Partly Thursday.cloudy Low continued tonight -Municipal Airport readingsfor ( HOOTNANNY)
will to college but the shortage 70 to 75 high Thursday 80 to 15. Southto
go said. know where to clean and
Martin "You ranch lodge
up southeast 10 to 20 mile winds. 24 hours to 8 a.m. today:
"After all when Castro cut off .
of skilled craftsmen calls the sidewalks are. I have tried the fresh water supply to Guan- serve Webb and his party during TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE High 89 at 2 p.m., low 70 at
for a better vocational educa- my best to get you out of the the several days of hunting fes- H L Prep. 1-7 a.m. No rain. NOW OPEN
tanamo quick enoughto Jacksonville
tion we were M 6>
program. mud and think
we are suc- tivities. Miami 7* 75
Briefly, this is what the other ceeding." : install" a saline conversion "Mr. Webb took sick on :Mon- Atlanta New Orleans U 77 67 63 .04 Thursday CEDAR- High KEY at TIDES 12:22 P-m. and

F candidates said: Leiman Batten, Orange plant. day," Amica said, "and gave Washington New York 64 54 53 520.53 midnight.pjn., Low at 5:56 ajn. and 4:1 HAPPY HOUR CASUAL DRESS

COUNTY JUDGE John Heights carpenter, said his plat: Douglas criticized the manyof me his birds -about 18 or 19 Chicago 54 33 ALMANAC 5 TO 7 P.M. BEST ATMOSPHERE
Connell, running against five- form is based on four programs the dams, constructed by the to clean and store for him. Denver Kan sasCtty 47 36 35 24 .05 Sunset today .............. ':52 p.m.
.......... .
Sunrise tomorrow
term veteran Judge H. H. McDonald equalization of property taxes I Army Corps of Engineers as "The other guests came in Ft.Los Angeles Worth 67 74 41 41 Moonrise tomorrow ........ 4:35 UJn a-m. MON. THRU SAT.DANCE BAND
asked that McDonald and assessments, establishing a He said Seattle 43 New Moon .................. April 12
being and did the
ater thing
unnecessary. on same
county housing authority,
be "retired" by electinghim. there was already an 'abun- each paid me, and each ask EAST GULF: Southwesterly winds Sirius In the southwest 1:43 p.m.
industry and a vocational 15 to 22 knots shifting to northern tonight VISIBLE PLANETS OF SINGLE 9:30 TO 1:30
dance of electrical power yet me to clean and store their and Thursday. Cloudy. occasional Mercury. sets ............ 7:57 pjn.
education program.He building shower sometime Venus sets .............. 10:09 pjn.
insisted ending
the engineers on "
He said juvenile court Is a also called for a full-time birds. Thursday. Saturn, rises .............. 4:24 ..rn.
human relations court and the resident physican at Alachua I more dams which dried up Clark corroborated this and

office does not require an attorney General Hospital. the rivers. added that the two employes Five-Day Forecast I II

citing his work in counseling SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT "The Potomac River had driven the birds back to I SHOES BY ADAMS
once a
,--,- and with the Florida" Pa- Mlcanopy candidate Harry' beautiful stream is now a I the Dixie Lily freezer, but were Temperatures will range from to 82 to 65 along the southeast I'

... role Commission. Evans called'' for separate ele- muddy sewage carrier.What the' told it was out of order. He said three degrees below normal In coast. Rain will average be- First in style, first In quality

4. McDonald responded that ju mentary, junior high and high engineers ought to do is concentrate that they then drove on to the the north to three degrees above tween one and two inches over Lowest prices at

;' venile court is a court of ''law schools, noting a great need fora more on' cleaning up' Williston freezer where the U.S. normal over the south. Normal north Florida. Elsewhere, a few

:- and wills and est a tes are also Negro Junior high. the polluted waters." I Game agents later found them. temperature ranges run from showers may occur but no appreciable COMMUNITY SHOE SHOP iMen's
76 to 53 in the Tallahassee area rainfall Is expected. i
handled by the county judge.. Gainesville High School I Lewis F. Williams, who oper- j
:. Constitution Principal W. S. (Tiny) Talbot Sometimes detergents in the ates the cold storage plant at I I IBoy's
"Even if the Shoes 4.95 10.95. .,
the said all he will promise is serv- drinking water in Washingtongets Williston, was charged by the ,and later re-appointed by Gov. Gainesville Sun Ij to
it that
: doesn't
require ice and and so thick it foams up on top Fuller Warren. Shoes 2.95 6.95
positive agressive to '
for not having ade- 1 1Saturday
be trained in law), the prosecution III
judge leadership.'He said the greatest of water glasses like suds. I Beaming over his acquittal, Published evenings except
: people of this county will/' McDonald quate tagging records on the and Sunday mom-
need facing the county's educational the businessman-politician told Gainesville Publishing SPECIAL: ,
by the
saidSHERIFF "We figured out the only wayto birds he was storing.The Ings -
: Is for classroom The Sun Company at 101 SE
structure : Men's Shorts and Bon-Lon Shirts
= Former juvenile get rid of detergents in the law requires that each
2nd Place Gainesville. Florida, I
: counselor Bob Jordan pointed to teachers. water in Washington is'to drinkit bird over the legal limit must "I never was guilty ... I've and entered as second class 2.95 to 3.95 :.: '
DIST. 3- worked for and
," he quipped. be clearly tagged with the hun- preached matter at the Post Office at : ,
his work with the county's youth
Joiner of .
Jasper University conservation all life Gainesville. Florida.CIRCULATION
: and formation of the junior dep- Florida professor, promised Rachel Carson knows what ter's: name, address, total num -and Florida's conservation my Ladies and men's hosiery in all the latest
birds killed and date program RATES BY and shades low ,
her of colon at prices.
uty's league.
: maximum education for theminimum she is talking about in her bookon got off the ground and CARRIER OR MAIL .
detention killedIn i We repair, retan, dye and polish all .shoes -
He 'called for separate expenditure of funds. the effects of pesticides, he the
expanded rapidly during
r facilities for juvenile offenders -I granting the motion of acquittal 1 Week .45 i
He cited said.
increasing demands. -- years I served on the commis- 3 Mos. $5.85 735 N.W. 5 Avenue Phone 2-9354
:- noting that the "comm o n I to continue to improve academic Judge Carswell saidhat sion."
jail is no place for young peo standards with teachers and "There is more faith in the "the law clearly states thatif All man subscriptions must

pIe." aids, "not buildings alone.". book today by those in Wash- one has more than one day'sallotted Once 'Dead be paid in advance.

Crevasse, who got the only applause Lassiter Mason said educationis ington who are studying the shooting, the birds must Member of Audit Bureau of Come Bring Your Friends!

interruption during the the most important problemof problem than there was" whenit be tagged. But the evidence I Quits Hospital Circulation.All Enjoy Coffee and Doughnuts

31 talks, said his is a job dealing government in the state. was first published. here is totally insufficient. material contained herein Is
with human beings and ,re- The Gainesville motel He added that it could not be I TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP- the property of the Gainesville
manager Justice Douglas was introduced Publishing Company, (c) 144. Reproduction with HAYDON and MILDRED
quires sympathy and under- spent much of his time criti- by President J. Wayne i ascertained that all of the birds Benjamin Burch, 48-year-old>> In whole or In part is
forbidden without the written
.' standing. cizing county commission can- Reitz, who referred to him as or even one bird over the I machinist whose heart stopped strictly permission of the publisher.
"I think I have given you this didates for discussing school "a progressive conservationist. legal limit belonged to Webb. beating for 90 minutes on the

In the past nine years," Cre- problems that can only be han Prosecution witness' N. H.' operating table last month, left

vasse said. dled by the school board and The talk was sponsored by the Long, U. S. Game agent, had the hospital Tuesday. CHIMNEYCORNERS H BURNS.TONIGHT

-.. He said he worked with the also attacked County Judge H. University's Public Functionsand earlier testified that he had seen When Burch's heart stopped, .
= Boys Club to establish a club for H. McDonald. Lectures Committee the "nine plastic bags of doves" in circulation was maintained arti- by BiwtttWALKER '

:::Negro boys and pointed to the' PUBLIC DEFENDERIn- Alachua County Audubon Society the Williston storage plant, and ficially. A device called a de-
1J NW ltd Ave. Phone
PR 14419"Fvrnltvrt
work of his two Negro deputies, cumbent R. A. (Buzzy) Greenof and the Gainesville Garden -had impounded the birds and fibrillator was used to shock his Thafj A JoyS

=: adding that one is the only Negro Starke asked to be elected to Club. taken them to Tallahassee, heart into action again. To Live WIth'' -.

:: investigator in the state I the newly established office as Although his visit here was a where he had counted them. .

on either a city or: county lev.el. the attorney who can "do the brief one, the nature-loving jurist Webb served on the state GAINESVILLE'S FAVORITE CITIZENS FIELD

::." I most for the most" people in the took time for a visit to I Game and Fresh Water Fish NOON MEAL SPOT 1 ISQtatmantfla'
TAX ASSESSOR Expelled next four years. Paynes Prairie. Commission from 1948 to 1953
=assessor Claude M. (Red)I He said he handled 150 cases 7:30 P.M.
several of those
-Franks, running against his gov- in his first nine months as public MacArthur'sBody chairman. He had been years appointed as- I i Pd. Adv

=ernor appointed successor, defender."It by Gov. Millard Caldwell 706 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE
Pierce Smith, said he was doesn't matter who you j ,
'"presently on sabbatical leave, are, where you are from or the BorneTo --

=courtesy: of Gov. Farris Bry- color of your skin, you'll get 1

-- ant." equal treatment from me," he

1 :. He described his qualifica- promised.His .
tions and experience in the as- opponent, R. G. Justiss of CapitalBy

= sessor's office, of nearly 30 Gainesville, said he has em- I

=; years. pathy for the less fortunate. RAYMOND J. CROWLEY CLOSING OUT !

Smith said in the seven Referring to his earlier cam- NEW YORK (AP-A simpleGI

=months he has been in office paign statements about the age coffin bearing the body of;

."fiscal stability has been re- difference between him and General of the Army Douglas : :
:turned to this county." young Green, Justiss said age MacArthur travels today to

"Fiscal' stability this county was not the sole criterion of the Washington for funeral honors I ,. ., -

: depends on the _stability of job.Unopposed due one of the nation's great
tax valuations in the county," candidates who military men. .
Smith added. spoke were Mrs. Alma Bethea, <
High commanders ordered a NOW IS THE
J,:C. Adkins Jr. J. B. Carmichael
He promised fair, equal mournful .
grand, procession to q..: : :
Ira Carter '
,and impartial assessments to all Perry McGriff New York's Pennsylvania Sta- .. ._. .
.:ad fair and consistent property and Shellie McKinney. A speaker -. -<, .
tion, where extra funeral cars .

assessments.COUNTY COMMISSION briefly.for Haydon' Burns also talked '930 were; ajn.attached train to to Washington.The the regular. TIME TO SAVE! ; -. ::

DIST. 1 Incumbent Claude The rally' was sponsored by body of MacArthur, who .:; _
Brandon said he. has worked the Democratic Executive Com- make ::"t .
helped history in two .
for the betterment of the coun- mittee and the Alachua County -
world wars and Korea, will lie ;. : .
ty as a member of th .commission -Voters-' League. in state today and Thursday in ON .-
.The .' ,.. -.
and promised to continue to next rally will be Thursday I the rotunda of the Capitol in '- -- -- .
better the road at Boulware Springs on
county pro -
Washington. Then it will be .
Kincaid Road. Dinner '
gram. sponsoredby flown to Norfolk, Va. for final YOURFarms
Alachua fanner:an ::.attarney the Gainesville Business and services and burial Saturday.

James W e r s h o w called for a Professional Women's Club will President Johnson will
county planning and zoning pri- begin at 5:30: with speeches
the funeral train in Washington.
and a more valuable tax scheduled for 7 pjn.
i gram Government workers in Wash-

.::r dollar. I ington were. given time off to Partsz
"- He called for "more Rail Strike Machinery
a repre- watch the procession to the
-sentative" county governm e n t Capitol.

j -',structure, noting the. need for ExpectedWASHINGTON
; working for "basic
everyone More than
3,500 years ago, a
betterment" (AP) The writer in what is inscribed '
now Iraq -
: Arthur Thompson, High nation's railroads said today
this proverb on a clay
: Springs bus 1 nessman, said his they will put into effect Friday tablet
: "You can have a lord,
I / Price Less !
experience as a city councilman work rules that are the centerof have
you can a king, but the or
I : qualifies him to work to better a five-year controversy. Thisis I man to fear is the tax collec- : ,;T.
county government expected to trigger a nationwide tor." I ,

-3-Incumbent Edgar John son, The announcement by J. E.
::seeking his third term, said the Wolfe, chairman of the National WATER and ICE TEA

,. question before the voters is Railway Labor Conference, GLASSES EVERYTHING MUST GO! T

l :whether they wanted to fire him said the action was in responseto SPENCE

1 and hire his opponent"I a strike begun early today
have -taken a conservative by four operating unions againstthe SUPPLY CO.

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-- Wednesday, April 8, 1964 Gainesville Sun S

,, I Burns Stresses Record as Mayor I

.By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS of West Palm Beach hit back I up his charge that Burns delib High- said in Tampa that his FASSON BROS.
.Haydpa_Burns took a names- at criticism. He said some can- erately plotted the speech to campaign had reached its peak
will-never-hurt-me attitude in didates have the idea that to be- pull votes from the reaction.If and that he was assured of
his ,governor, campaign today, come governor "all one has to Burns is innocent, said being in the second primary.Sen. PRICES GOOD
saying verbal attacks by his op? do is criticize and attack. Mathews, he should demand Scott Kelly of Lakeland Thru APRIL I 15, 64 CUT RATE LIQUOR STORE Th P:ppRL gDy}
Panels would not tear down his "Critics never build any- that Dickinson produce his wit- spent the day in Polk County,
ISyear record as mayor of thing,"he said. "How can those nesses. If Dickinson is right, he renewing his promise to reduce
Jacksonville. who perpetually find fault convince said, it is Dickinson's duty go the automobile tag license tax
"M,. record in Jacksonvillewill anyone that they can builda go to the state attorney. and to halt milk retail price WHERE
not suffer," Burns said, better Florida?" Mami Mayor Robert King controls.SELFPROPELLED.
I "Nor will the city suffer as a In Tampa, Rep. Fred Karl of .I.II i
result of attacks from other Volusia County accused Burns,
governor candidates. Their I Dickinson and Sen. John Math-I LIQUOR COSTS LESS
verbal blasts won't tear down ews of Jacksonville of trying to
Va single skyscraper, sink a turn violence into votes by con-
:single bridge 'or cause a"single tinuing to debate what the other HEAVY DUTY MOWER. POWERED BY 16 MILES WEST OF GAINESVILLE ON STATE ROAD 26
payroll toJeaveJ" candidates did in the recent 4 CYCLE, 3-H.P. BRIGGSSTRATTONENGINE
t Burns referred,to ,attacks by racial violence in Jacksonville.Karl Drive West from Gainesville en Newberry Road. Continue straight thru Newberry for 3 Vi miles on SR 26
some candidates on his cam- said Burns's actions were BIG 22-INCH CUT
.p ign 1by candidates criticizing inept, Dickinson's unconcerned BUY.YOUR.WHISKEY.BY-THE-CASE-AND-SA VE
':the recent racial violence and and Mathews' unrealistic. "All ONLY I
.arrests of police officers on "
are grandstanding, he said.
charges "of accepting' ,payoffs Karl said the voters would : O.F.C.
bribes. AH FOUR
elect the man"who is not afraidto k
? Meanwhile; Fred 0.DickinsonBoys' $56 I White
take a stand who is willing Serviced
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i.,>- I to act in the face of crisis, and with and gas oil ROSES IMPORTEDCanadian
who will look at all the facts .
; 1 Ready to Whiskey Horse
y and arrive at the solution best L use.
;j:, State_ LeaderToVisitHere for Florida." 8 Years Old -
I Mathews continued to lash 3.69 Scotch5th -s
\: Burns and Dickinson. In a
speech at Palatka, he said the Handle 3 H.P. 22"PUSH 4.99
Ralph Fossey, Florida Area two candidates gave conflicting t S TYPE 5th
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He will represent Boys', having witnesses to back
Clubs of America in presentingthe
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4 Sun Wednesday, April 8, 1964

1. : ****> CONSCIENCE'OF :-
s- f .

1 i <& tfttt5uil1 i i THE 91 A Lesson Again Ignored- _

N flU dark (Eton here should be on the adjective affairs, that they had commended commanders in the coup d'
I --.--- JOHN E. HAKRISOX.FAT COW1ES.Prtlldeat Vlee urea ml"rvkliiktrt SOUTH By ARTHUR KROCK "quiet" ...(And) the attitude to their seniors as the etat as president for the two-
of the Johnson admins-, teachings of painful of Goulart's unexperied
dent ED JOHNSON. Vie PresUcma4 VASHINGTON In reportthe exper years
Florida's Beautiful EicevUv Eiltvri W. O. amt other day that a "quiet tration appears to be the wise ience. This experience is that term. An anti Communist
EBERSOLE. Vie. Fr.iU... sad A4- ntisfaction" described the one of letting the dust..settle the Latin American peoplesare purge began that, because It
'University City' ?"rUm DlreeUrj BOB TAKTAGUOXE. .l.- By RALPH McGILL reaction of the adminis- and leaving to the new regimethe quick to find and resentan covers "suspected Communists
VU Pre"ideat sad O e r.ullt' Prize Winning Publish //first
Uo. Jb..cu. I OX ttt AU nU. (Gft.) CMUtitBt. tration to the overthrow of initiative for resuming the implication In any Wash threatens to cast mere-
President Goulart of Brazil cooperation offered by the ing ton statement praising ly liberal thinkers into the dun-

=-; THE SUN'S POLICY .. t the observation was made by United States ..." their revolutionary changesthat geons with reds and active
I { : 1. Report the news fully and i impartially in the news columns-: : :. 'If My this writer that: these have primarily fellow-travelers. As for the
: f-: served the United States in triumph of constitutionalism
....: 2. Express the opinions of the Sun In-but only in-editorials 3 4M "If the stabilizing effects THESE COMMENTS were
-. 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. on orderly government (0 f in line with conclusions reached terest. And another lesson of that Rusk celebrated prema
'.' G 0 u 1 art's deposition and by career officers in the experience is that it is best to turely, if Congress accedes to
'i .. The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 Land'Cry flight.are) to be preservedand State Department, deeply ex- await development of the policies the governors' demand, the

i Want Ads-376-4672 .strengthened, the accent perienced in Latin American of new Latin American Brazilian constitution will be
governments before praising deeply infringed if not flatly
Out. BELOW OLYMPUS By Interlandi them; and, as in the instanceof violated, since it bans the
Bill .. Brazil, initiating renewed occupancy of the presidential
-- Questions on offers of cooperation.But office to a chief of staff of the

In Iran the Shah has been once again seasoned army.In .
I preliminary backed by the threat of contempt for distributing deeds of land 'to counsels were disregarded. view of these familar sequels -

skirmishing, the Senate has settled failure to obey them, to achieve com- landless peasants. In India D/u END Twelve hours after the provisional to a revolution in Latin

I I down to serious debate on the Civil pliance. and the Philippines an government took of- America, and considering the
"agrarian reform" programis fice at Brasilia, President fact that though constitu-
I Rights Act. The Senate used 24 The 1957 debate resulted in a being implemented. In Johnson sent his "warmest tional government wasmain-

I days to debate the 1957 Civil Rights compromise that judges the Latin America and some wishes" and a tender of "our tained by the replacement ofa
African nations the Commu- intensified cooperation." Next fugitive president with the
Act and 37 days for the 1960 act before option of granting jury trials or de.. nists 1
are making political hay i .1 i day Secretary of State Rusk head of the Chamber of Dep-
adopting the measures. The ciding cases on their own when with pledges of land for the \ supplemented this with an i'tss!' Goulart yas over

much more comprehensive civil criminal contempt was involved. But exploited peasants. In much I offer to work "very closely"with thrown by mil; v % *ce, why
being debated if a judge tried the.case'. and imposed of the world the major prob- t the new regime, and did Johnson anc: ** '-'. not only
rights measure now
lem is land. The Communists, //H hailed the military coup d'etaton reject the counsels of experienced
fine of than $300 a
;:,jould occupy the Senate two monthsor a more since 1917, have acted as if the basis that it was a subordinates, but reject -
more. jail term of more than 45 days, the they had patented what is the "move to insure the continu- them with such haste and

,.-..-.- defendant could ask for a retrial most ancient of Issues -land ity of constitutional govern- high-lighted publicity?

:::1 We hope the time will be used with a jury. The civil rights bill re- ownership and land uses. 1 ment."
the House makes Homer wrote in the Odysseythat AN AUTHORITATIVE
constructively. responsible ,dis- cently passed by ex
.>cussion of the bill's provisions,rather, this procedure available for some the first to recognize 1 IMMEDIATELY subsequent planation given to this depart-
Odysseus on his return home
t\ developments in Brazil strongly ment is that the President and
=- than for irrelevant filibustering. criminal contempt cases arising from his long joumeyings was Jt suggest there was wisdomin Rusk acted on recommendations
t -: There is plenty of room for serious from the measure but not all. Extending his old dog "lying on a heapof \ the counsels of the career from Ambassador Lincoln

= discussion. The measure as passed by the opportunity for jury dung with which the thralls J t officers to their adminis- Gordon in Rio De Ja
serious were wont to manure the tration superiors. Seven of the neiro and his team"
the House after nine days of debate trials should be given study. "country
land. Brazilian state governors, in- the United States officials
55 Not all the provi '
covers pages. cluding the four with the who labored intelligently and
sions have had the benefit of prior Use of conciliation, education and IN JEREMIAH: "Becausethe ;rj)1'6'f,1DS greatest political power, effectively to keep the United

committee study in the Senate.A persuasion is a prominent feature of ground is chapt, for there "I told her, 'Don't blame us. We're just doing our job.: united in a demand that Con- States out of any involvementin
the bill. The attorney general for 'was no rain in the earth, the She said Hitler's henchmen said the same thing." gress elect one of the army the events which led up to

number of the amendments example, is urged to attempt to plowmen were ashamed; they the revolution. Since they
covered their heads..And the ... .
made this good record In a
;:. adopted by the House deserve at. achieve desegregation of public ,accommodations wild asses did stand in the -- I delicate situation, and are

tention in the Senate. Provisions_ add- by voluntary means high places..their eyes did on the scene, it is compre
ed to the fair employment section before taking court action. When an fail because there was no Voice of the PeopleThe hensible why their counsels

4 that are designed to permit discrimination individual attempts to desegregate grass ." prevailed over colleagues in I

C against atheists and to bar public accommodations, however, A lament by Job: "If my Washington of longer and con-
land out against me or tinental exerience in the
cry ,
discrimination on the basis of sex there is no provision that he try to I
that the furrows likewise com- The Sun's Opinion Pages ways of Latin America. Nevertheless t
have doubtful connections to the obtain voluntary compliance before plain..let thistles grow instead the indications are

: purposes of the bill and are likely to taking the case to court. Requiring of wheat, and cockle mounting that the locals here
Opinions and comments of Sun readers are welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters
I complicate enforcement. disputes over public accommodationsto instead of barley..n A letter shouldnot were better advisers.
? must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested.
be submitted to the proposed The new republic of America exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The After all, not many months
The between the Community Relations Service that prospered for many Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or have passed since the admin- i
_: relationship proposed '
reasons one of them being intent. istration made similar
e' federal Commission on Equal would be created by the bill, before the vast amount of land toward a state where corruption is that good relationships are not shot decisions toward snap-milli i

Employment Opportunity and state court action is possible, could make which the growing population \Mrs. Peabody's'Contribution' almost an exportable product, established by shaking fists in tary coups on those occasions

:.: commissions dealing with job discrimination enforcement both more effective and could move westward she has little in the way of the faces of peaceful people.I in Peru and the dominican ,

also appears to be in less objectionable.These from the Atlantic. qualification as an expert on hope too that this group will republic and then had
public relations, and not be lop-sided with the lunatic And last
need of clarification.The EDITOR, Sun: Before we especially to reverse itself.
MEXICO'S RELATIVE stability relations. element which
on race usually year the administration soon
and other matters shouldbe grew out of her early knew Mrs. Peabody so I understand that several overbalances groups of this backtracked to grant the

question of jury trials in con given thorough and extended con revolution and the beginnings, we welcomed her to Florida; hundred college kids are sort.I recognition of a "constitutionally -
antics of this
tempt cases, extensively debated in sideration. But when all that is at least of a land reform but after from the Massachusettswe being recruited from this would suggest that a good continuous" Argentine
which still is far from creature
,:.. connection with the 1957 act, likewise pertinent has been said, the Senate plete. com have no pain in viewingher same area to invade the South preparation for this venture government that it had denied

;; needs attention. The 1964 measure has an obligation to bring this important learn- departure. When an old -live in the homes of Negroesand might be a practice course in on the ground that Presi-
Russian Communists help them register as cleaning up the mess in Mas- dent Frondizi, like Goulart,
W relies heavily on court orders legislation to a final vote. woman can contribute no
ed in 1917 that the quickestway welfare voters. I hope they learn was overthrown by a military
more to the general sachusetts.JOHN
to political support was W. HASTINGS
than Mrs. Peabody coup.
-F the of landto than a mediocre governor to younger
through promise

I =- End of Missionary Era Eisenhower's the American pessimistic resistance chiefly prob study 1 to e because m of breakingup s Latin was of What Is 'Liberal Republicanism'? .

the large holdings of the Cowles ) the national level when it was in a position to translate Its pol-
the Newspapers
:::. brut Mark CEtmra cisions and sometimes they Missionaries are caught in small percentage of owners (Reprinted from icies into action.

= By C. L. SULZBERGER openly support election candi- inter-religious rivalry between who hold 97 per cent of all The following is from an article in the Saturday Review.of the This is not to say that a Republican candidate should run on
His- dates. Catholic and Protestant edu- few Latin The author has been an undersecretary of labor, director that looks to
= MBARARA Uganda arable soil. In a any past record and policies and on a program
torically speaking, the age of "People then imagine 1 cated poll t icians while both American cities: industrial development U. S. Information Agency and special assistant to President the future. For this reason the Republican position will be primarily
"1:: the missionary is drawing to church conspiracies and, since sects in the Sudan see an Islamic has reached the Eisenhower. Author of the book, "A Republican Looks at His the position of the Republican presidential candidate.Of .

., :*.a close. That is why so many most missionaries are white, plot to oust them. And paternalistic stage with Party," he presently is director of the World Rule of Law the five most likely nominees, three are governors with
J::':,brave self sacrificing Christian they suspect them of work- racism o b t rudes in the Con- clinics, canteens and so on, Cer*-" ?f r-'-e University. aggressive and forward-looking executive programs to t h e I r
:- churchmen are experlenc- ing for a foreign country. We go where innocent white missionaries but with a wage level so low credit-Romney, Rockefeller and Scranton-and two are men
I ing troubles in Africa and don't even like the word ''mis stand out as easy as to nullify the good effectof Part One who made distinguished records in the Eisenhower administration -

Asia. In the collective 1 mind sionary. We would avoid difficulties targets for atavistic cruelty. paternalistic benefits.In By ARTHUR LARSONIf : Nixon, as vice president, and Ledge, as U. N. am"assa-
.:= of new Afro Asian' nations by having more African both areas, agrarian and the president speaks for the party, the party appears at dor.
Z. the white missionary is asso- clergymen; after all, RESPONSIBLE nonChris- Industrial, Communists 1 its most constructive and enterprising. Similarly, if the legisla-
elated with white colonial rule churches are inter national. tian leaders naturally 'abhor whether Castro-inspired or in tive leaders speak for the party, the party will appear relatively THE PARTY OF PRINCIPLE ,
= which, save for vestigial White missionaries have done such persecutions. The late parties pre-dating the Cuban cautious and conservative.Thus .
good work but their era is fin- Sheikh S h a I tout, rector ofCairo's 1956 I recall that we in the Republican
-.. areas, has gone. dictatorship, are winning political in 1955 and Now as to the statement of the Republican position I itself:
Today there are missionary ished. Al Azhar Theological following. Department of Labor had 14 important progressive legislative The Republican Party has its best opportunity convincingthe
... difficulties in Burma among Seminary and lea ding religious AMERICAN AID programs proposals, in the field of labor and social legislation. Of American people that it is the party of principle rather
-T the Karnes, India among the MISSIONARIES have be- figure in Islam, told me have not been able to reach these, more than,half were never even scheduled for hearingby than of improvisation and expediency. *
=: Nagas South Sudan among come unwittingly entangled in last October, for example, the basic problem of Asian a Democratic Congress in two years, and only a couple This opportunity is particularly conspicuous because president

the Dinkas, the Congo, Rwanda burgeoning political move- that he had no use for the countries four fifths of were passed.If Johnson has a record that is long on expediency :a n d
and gathering storms else- ments and, because of their Black Muslin aberration in the Asia's population is peasant.A the voice of the party is not only legislative, but legisla- short on principle. -

where. For reason'wholhr unintended skin pigmentation, cannot escape U.S. because it preaches racism vast majority is trying to tive, and opposition, the resulting "image" is one of nega- On civil rights, be has turned up on both aides of :t b e
by the courageousmen becoming symbols. Take and Islam ignores ,a, scratch a living out of too tivism superimposed upon conservatism-and this has been the question from time to time, voting against the poll: tax amend-
and women who devote the case of South Sudan from man's color little land. posture of the Republican Party for most of the past 30 years. ment about a dozen times, for example and then

themselves to instructing and which they are being expelled.The In 1875 Henry M. Stanley, One reason why the Peace warmly making the constitutional amendment his own when it

caring for backward peoples, Negroid South Sudanese the explorer journalist, Corps has met with such suc- LORD ACTON'S DICTUMAs finally passed.

missionaries encounter opposi- tribes are ruled by north- wrote: "Oh that some pious cess is that its major energiesare "image" is concerned, then, we may paraphrase In early 1957, he was trying to outdo President Eisenhower's t
far a party
tion and new dangers. FollowIng ern Arab Moslems. The prim- practical m i s s ionary would at work on a people-to- Lord Acton's dictum that power corrupts and being out program with his own "program with a heart"; but after his
de-colonializatioi there is itive southern Dinka tribes come here. Such an one if he people basis in the rural absolutely.The return from the Easter holiday in Texas, he gave the word to
of corrupts
..pressure for de-missionarizatins. men received what education can be found would becomethe regions of Africa, Asia and power Democratic Party was acutely aware of this problem cut every appropriation in sight and launch no new programs

=.. they possess from missionaries. savior of Africa. The missionaries Latin America.U. during the Eisenhower administration. It attempted to solveit whatever. -:
When students in Juba did come and they S. foreign aid programsare creating the Democratic Advisory Committee, to providea His current proposals, which stress economy and spending
-- LN THIS CAPITAL of a$Ub- struck after an 'Arab instructor did a remarkable civilizingjob. frustrated by inefficiency, more by liberal Democratic voice to offset the conservative ut In about equal proportions, are a magpie's next of glittering

kingdom 0: Uganda, an Anglican called one of them a They left a visible impact corrupt acts and the very terances and record of the Democratic Congress. bits and pieces gathered from everywhere, but adding up to
= bishop assigned to Rwanda slave they were charged with just as colonialism, for enormity of the problem. New More recently, the Republicans have made a similar at- no coherent pattern of principle, either domettic or international -

has been waiting for a visa subversion. The missionaries all its demerits, left a visible nations want to establish an tempt on a much smaller scale, with the Critical Issues Coun- .:.
won't backed them as they have also base. Yet insist *
3:be almost certainly impact. Industrial so cil under Dr. Milton Eisenhower.
receive. Missionaries have backed oppressed minorities But the new nations want to ently pressing are the agri- AN IKE TRAIT :2

Z;been savagely butchered in in the Burmese and In- run their own churches as cultural pressures of people GOVERNORS OF STATES Y
-the Congo and expelled from dian Hills. This is abstract and political discontent, what It is interesting to contrast with this display, the habitual resort
:=feverish South Sudan. Even in justice but concrete politics. as they want missionary insti- capital there is tends to be The chief executive of a state, like the chief executive of to principle that was one of President Eisenhower's-most

I this country's relative calm Obote charges the political tutions like schools but they spread so thin it accomplisheslittle. the United States, is by nature of the office engaged in the noticable traits. Whenever he made a decision, you could:
K they face potential embarass- organization inspiring Sudanese want them turned over as formulating and promoting of creative action ideas reform- almost watch him tracing it back into the depths of somerguiding -

.;ment.; refugee activities here is rapidly as possible to their JAPAN IS AN example of ing constitutions modernizing tax structures, improving roads principle. If you asked him why be decided the matter in
Milton Obote, Ugandan the South Sudan Christian own clergymen. As with colonialism land reform that has been and other facilities, improving social legislation, attracting industry a particular way, he could immediately relate the particular
prime minister observes: "We organization. President Kayi they want the prod- successfully applied. Before and stimulating economic progress. application to the underlying principle. 1
could have trouble here. One banda of Rwanda claims funds ucts of missionaries and the the Second World War a little That is why, when a presidential year rolls around, and In the spring of 1954. I had been watching, in a succession
-thing missionaries don't realize raised by missionary groupsto generosity of their sponsors; more than 50 per cent of when the spotlight focuses on such people as Governor Scran- of Cabinet meetings, the question of all-out American in-
Is the need for separating aid emigrant Tutsi tribes- they don't want the colonIalIsts Japan's farms were owner- ton, Governor Romney and Governor Rockefeller, the Republican volvement In the Indochinese war hanging in the balance;
church and state. They often men are being used to arm, or missionaries them operated. During the Ameri- position suddenly begins to look more vigorous and Eventually, the decision against such intervention was
:want a say in government de not feed them. selves. 1 can occupation agrarian plans constructive. made, and unsatisfactory as some of the consequences _have
were adopted which broke up Against the backdrop, how does one identify the authentic been, at least a possible setting off of World War _w a I
4 the big estates, with compensation Republican position in 1964 Polls continue to show that an averted. -

POTOMAC FEVERBy ': ,to the landlords, andtoday overwhelming majority of the rank-and-file Republicans con- Some time later, after a White House stag dinner, a cfcrgy-
: f almost 95 per cent of all tinue to favor strong support for the United Nations, social man and I were talking with the President, and the clergyman

Fletcher Knebel, Cowles Washington Bureau Japanese farms are owner- security foreign aid reciprocal trade, federal aid to schools asked, "Mr. President, exactly why did you finally decide
'* operated.The getting along with the Russians, arms reduction and the use oi not to go to war in Indochina?" Eisenhower thought brief
:- Congressman Burkhalter says Congress is run by a lot of old men. Don't difference is, of course, such federal powers as necessary to uphold the law in civil moment and then replied, "Nobody asked us." ;
worry, pal. The way things are going in Washington it'll soon be by lot countries
run a that in emergent .rights case. After the incredible complications of the Indochina issue, the
of old women. and old ones-political con- breathtaking
simplicity of this resort to an elementary princi-
-- sent must be obtained or the THE BEST INDEX pIe took me completely by surprse. The French had not
Barry Goldwater approves LBJ's anti-electricity campaign In the White inequities allowed to continue asked us. The Indochinese had not asked us. It followed that,
-House. That's what Barry's fighting for-back to the days f.candle_ light. until a Communist take-over, The Republican position also has a firm base in the programs U we had gone ahead anyway, we woujd' have been subjecting
-- as in Cuba, makes its own of the Eisenhower administration these having
-::*"l ; programs a people and an area to death and devastation because
I The revolt in Brazil went off swiftly and smoothly.*chiefly*:because'they decided "reform" to win and bold dominated eight of the: past 11 years, are_ the best avail- we thought it was a good idea. solely

not to wait for U.S. air cover. =.- political loyalties. able index of what the Republican Party has in fact done at (Thursday: Part Two. ) fGainesville
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f'\ '111-T' '-. '-\" vi:>. "':. i CONSCIENCE -I COLORED NEWS I The Pallbearers Lodge No.

5' 54, pride of Gainesville, will

TO The MEET choir and ushers will meet at the regular meeting

j Qiif1te5uil1 Situ OF9 T B. F. Childs, Colored News Editor meet at the Shady Grove P. .ni-I place on Thursday at 8 pjn.

I : tive Baptist Church tonight The dues, taxes and endow-

THE CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS 1 Shady Grove Primitive Baptist -o'clock. ments are to be paid at this

Sunday is Guests' Day. meeting.
Mt. Olive Primitive
::. The parents are urged to bring
?Preside Mi
Publisher PAT 'COiriES. Vie Pre* SOUTHBy their children to Sunday School,
% morning worship, 11 ajn.; and The Grove Primitive pastor and also memo
JOHNSON. Vie. Presides Shady
;:..5' flL41Lrtthl1.,5.: .. dent ED 10 a.m.; Communion, 6:30 p.m.;
Florida's Beautiful M4 Esentlu EaiUrt W. C. CBffl* evening worsihip, 6 p.m. Rev. and there will be services Tuesday -Baptist Church will conduct a bership of Mt. Carmel Bap-
EBEESOLE. Vie. Pr*$U t ** ATtrtUbtc H. Kinsey
pastor. j I 7:30 Rev. P. E. HlnI joint service at the Johnson tist Church extend their deepest
'University City OireeUri BOB RALPH McGILLI Spring Hill BaptistSunday I Church with sympathy to Rev and Mrs. G.
Tie ProKeot and Cirevla Prize Winning Pabllshrr son, pastor; Mrs. F. D. Shan:Chapel Baptist
I ties Uanafer. S I I 01 Ul Atlanta (Ga.) C.nUt.ti.. School 10 a.m.; morning worship -I non, reporter. :Rev. W. J. Taylor, pastor, April W. Parker in the loss of

., i. f :.r';f.t,- I 11 a.m.; and evening wor- First Baptist Choir No. 1 9, at 8 p.m.WILLIE Mrs. Parker's sister, Mrs. Essie
( : .. THE SUN'S POLICY : ship, 6 Rev. T. D. Davis,
j t' rT p.m. 'have its rehearsal on Thurs- Mae Rentz, recently. Rev. T. A.

f.: 1. Report the...... fully and Impartially in the news columns. U'i' 'If My reporter.pastor; Mrs.. Catherine McGill, 'day, 8 pjn. The president: is BROWN IMPROVES Wright, pastor; Mrs. Esther W.
: v._ 2. Express the opinions of the Sun In-but only In-editorials urging all members to be pres. Willie Brown who underwent !Hamm, reporter.
3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. Pilgrim Rest Church of Christ ent.
,. in Unity -Sunday School, 10 surgery in the Veterans' Hospital -JOINT SERVICE

4 55 The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 LandCry a.m.; after noon worship, 3:30 at Lake City, was reportedas Elder Hugh Anderson, pastoi

Want Ads-376-4672 Elder Rufus ALACHUA NEWS improving at his home. of the Church
: p.m. Armstrong, of God in Christat
_. .
._ Friends are asked to visit him.
Mrs. Hall Alachua
:. pastor; Mary reI and congregation
S S.
J Out. I porter. Primary Department of will conduct a joint service at
J2 Bill ..: A. L. Mebanee School the Mt. Nebo Methodist
S Questions on Civil Rights Church of God in Christ presents CORRECTIONThe Church

Church School, 10 a.m.; morn an operetta in three acts en- Sunday, April 12, at 3 pjn.
In Iran the Shah has been titled "Season of Paint-up and Fix-up committee The is invited. G.
: ing worship 12 noon; YoungPeople's Happiness" on public Rev.
"" After three weeks of preliminary backed by the threat.of contempt for
distributing deeds of land to Willing Workers' Meet Thursday, April 9, at 8 pjn. in will have its parade on S. Cameron, pastor; Eugene A.

S skirmishing, the Senate has settled failure to obey them, to achieve com landless peasants. In India ing, 7 p.m.; and evening wor- the school auditorium.The May 6 instead of Wednesday, Clark, reporter.

- ii down to serious debate on the Civil pliance. and the Philippines an ship, 8 p.m..Bishop H. Williams,: play begins with 20 winter -, April 8, as was stated in Tuesday's -

"agrarian'reform" programis pastor. : elves frolicking. King Win paper. CHOIRS FESTIVALThe

: Rights Act. The Senate used 24 The 1957 debate resulted in a being implemented. In New Hope Baptist Sunday ter appears and asks for a report The committee will hold its Choirs' Festival meetingwill

: days to debate the 1957 Civil Rights compromise that gave judges the Latin America and some School, 10 a.m.; morning wor- of their activities. Spring meeting today at 6 p.m. at the be held at the Emanuel

J the 1960 act before -. African nations the Commu- ship, 11 a.m.; and afternoon attempts to crawl out,of hiding; regular meeting place. Baptist Church on Sunday at S
Act and 37 days for of trials deciding
option granting jury or -
nists are making political hay worship, 3 p.m. Rev. L. A. Till- and in the argument which p.m. Mrs. Mary DeBose, presIdent

adopting the measures. The cases on their own when with pledges of land for the man pastor. ensues, she demands that winter HAWTHORNE NEWS ; Mrs. F. D. Shannon, nop.cr. -

S much more comprehensive'civil criminal contempt was involved. But exploited peasants. In muchof Mt. Pleasant MethodistThe abdicate claiming that she SHELL ELEMENTARYThe .

H: rights measure now being debated if a judge tried the case and imposed the world the major problem Roman's. Society of Christian has a right to rule the world. -
J' is'land. The Communists Mother Nature tries to work Parents' Council CORRECTIONThe
Service will meet today, 6:30: pre-School -
could the Senate two months a fine of more than $300 or a
:7"f' occupy : since 1917 have acted as ifS p.m. Mrs. K. D. Childs presI- out a peaceful solution, she callson of Shell Elementary Schools I I Rev. P. E. Hins
- 57 or more. jail term of more than 45 days, the they had patented what is the dent; and Choir No. 2 will have Year for help. Year feels sponsoring a bus trip to Lake evangelist of the Shady Grove

.. defendant could ask for a retrial most ancient of issues -landownership its rehearsal tomorrow, 7:30 the problem is too serious for .Wales, on Sunday, April 12, to I I.Primitive Baptist Church and

:: We hope the timewill be used with a jury. The civil rights bill recently and land uses. p.m. Richard Parker organist; her to decide and insists the witness a religious drama, entitled not pastor as was previouslyQ4rjitttarit

constructively for responsible discussion passed by the House makes Homer wrote in the Odysseythat Edell Turer, president. Rev. case be tried in a court of "The Passion Play." I

the first to recognize W. M. Ferguson, pastor. law. All interested persons are
i ? of the bill's provisions, rather this procedure available for some '
his return home All Seasons their asked Shell Elemen-
Odysseus on Mt. Carmel BaptistY outh pleaded to meet at

':.,: than for irrelevant filibustering., criminal contempt cases arising from his long journeyings was Forum today, 7:30 p.. and also cases. The verdict shows that tary School at 1 p.m. You may

3* There is plenty of room for serious from the measure but not all. Ex- his old dog "lying on a heapof Choirs Nos. 1 and 2 will have the vote of the jury is a tie. Winter contact the following persons for MARY W. MARTIN

: discussion. The measure'as passed by tending the opportunity for jury dung with which the thralls their: rehearsal, 8 p.m. Rev. T. is ordered to prepare the play> tickets and information on
the House after nine days of,,debate trials should be given serious study. were" wont to manure the A. Wright, pastor Mrs. Esther kingdom for the crowning of the bus rates: Mrs. Pearlie Sanders Martin Final of rites Windsor for Mrs.will Mary be held

land. iV. Hamm, reporter. Spring. Mrs. Ernestine Jenkins,
Not all the -
55 3 from the
covers pages. Johnson Chaptel Baptist Admission price: adults, 40 Mrs. Ora S. Dunlap, Miss Bettye Thursday p.m.

have had the ,benefit of prior Use of conciliation education and IN JEREMIAH: "Because Choir No. 3 will have its rehearsal -cents; students, 5 cents. Mrs. Gibbs, Miss Rosa Spence and Hall Chapel A.M.E. Church with

_ committee study in the Senate. persuasion is a prominent feature of the ground is chapt, 'for there today, 6 p.m, Mary A. Jones, chairman; C. Mrs. Minnie B. Gooding. the Rev.. Martin Banks officiating.Mrs. resident of. Ala-

the bill. The attorney general, for was no rain in the earth, the a
chua County for the past 40
uI-___ CA A number of the amendments example, is urged to attempt' to covered plowmen their were heads..And ashamed; they the years, died April 1 at the homeof

S .:.; adopted by the House deserve attention achieve desegregation of public accommodations wild asses did std in the her son following an extended

.* 'S in the Senate. Provisions add. by voluntary means high places..their eyes did illness. Survivors Include a

:\ ;- ed to the fair employment section before, taking court action. When an fail, because there was no of the son, Walter Martin of Windsor;
Voice two sisters, Mrs. Mattie Cobettof
: : .,S that are designed to permit discrim- individual attempts to desegregate grass ." People Jacksonville and Mrs. Alma

: .' ination against atheists and to bar public accommodations, however, A lament by Job: "II my Tyson of Pleasantville, N. C.,

'i discrimination on the basis of sex there is no provision that he try to land cry out against me, or two brothers, M. C. Fuller of
I S that the furrows.likewise
=: have doubtful connections to the obtain voluntary compliance before plain..let thistles grow com-in- _ On The Sun's Opinion PageOpinions Green Cove Springs and Eddie

** purposes of the.bill and are li'1v. to taking the case to court. Requiring stead of wheat, and cockle Fuller of Jacksonville; one

: 'S.: complicate enforcement. disputes over public accommodationsto instead of? barley." and comments of Sun readers arc welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters daughter-in-law, Mrs. DorothyLee
i ....!. The of America must be signed an4 bear the writer's ddreu. Names will be withheld. if requested. A letter shouldnot Martin of Windsor, many
new republic
._. be submitted to the
I proposed exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot bt used. The nieces, nephews and friends.
: :: The relationship between tI.. proposed Community Relations Service that prospered for many Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or Interment will be made in the
reasons one of them being
I S federal Commission on-Equal would be created by the bill, before the St. Paul Cemetery under the direction
vast amount of land toward
intent.Mrs. a state where corruption is that good relationships are not of White and Dorsey
I Employment. Opportunity and stateS court action is possible, could make which"the growing population Peabody's'Contribution'
almost an exportable product, established by shaking fists in i Funeral Home.
commissions dealing with job discrimination enforcement both effective and could westward
1 more move '
r she has little in the'way of the faces of peaceful people.
also appears to be I in less objectionable. from the Atlantic. qualification as an expert on I hope too that this group will .

-.t ._ need of clarification. MEXICO'S RELATIVE sta. S EDITOR, Sun: Before we public relations, and especially not be lop-sided with the lunatic AlternativeStratford

These and other matters shouldbe bility grew out of her early knew Mrs. Peabody so well, on race relations.I element which usually

The question of jury trials in con- given thorough and extended con- revolution'and the beginnings, we welcomed her to Florida; understand that several overbalances groups of this ( Canada, Beacon-
S tempt cases, extensively debated inC sideration. But when all ,that is ,at least, of a land reform but after the antics of this hundred college kids are Herald)
.. which still is far from com creature from Massachusettswe being recruited from this would suggest that a good A large bakery in London,
connection with the 1957 act, like- pertinent has been said the Senate
: plete. have no pain in viewingher same area to invade the South preparation for this venture England, has hired a man to

\ ::-- wise needs attention. The 1964 measure has an obligation to bring this important Russian Communists learn- departure. When an old -live in the homes of Negroesand might be. a practice course in keep dead flies from fallinginto

I : :5.3: relies heavily on court orders, legislation to a final vote. ed in 1917 that the quickestway woman can contribute no help them register as cleaning up the mess in Mas- the dough. Appears to us

to political support was more to .the general welfare voters. I hope they learn sachusetts..... a cheaper scheme would be to

LINKED WITH OUSTED, COLONIALISTS through the promise of landto than a mediocre governor to younger than Mrs. Peabody J *JN W. HASTINGS make more currant buns.

the peasants. Dr. Milton

I.g Eisenhower's study of Latin

End of Missionary Era American pessimistic chiefly prob, 1 e because m s was of What Is Liberal Republicanism'? I

.... the resistance to breaking

E: @,3r uiJark CTimr cisions and sometimes they Missionaries are caught in small up. the large holdings of of the (Reprinted from the Cowles Newspapers) the national level when it was In a position to translate its policies
L___ openly support election candi- inter-religious rivalry between owners into action.
C. L. SULZBERGER article in the Review.
By who hold 97 per cent of all The following from an Saturday
dates. Catholic and Protestant edu- This is not to say that a Republican candidate should run on
His- of the
:: MBARARA. Uganda arable soil. In a few Latin The author has been an undersecretary of labor, director
.- 'torically speaking, the age of "People then imagine cated pol i t icians while both American cities industrial development U. S. Information Agency and special assistant to President any past record and policies and on a program that looks to
church conspiracies and, since sects in the Sudan Islamic the future. For this rea.sonthe Republican position will be primarily
:, the missionary is drawing to7T see an has reached the Eisenhower. Author of the book, "A Republican Looks at His
_ _
most missionaries are white, plot to oust them. And the position of the Republican presidential candidate.Of .
a close. That is why so many paternalistic stage with Party," he presently is director of the World Rule of Law
brave self sacrificing Chris- they suspect them of work- racism 0 b t rudes in the Con- the 'five most likely nominees, three are governors with
clinics canteens and, Center at University.
so on,
:.: tian churchmen are experienc- ing for a foreign country. We go where innocent white miS- but with level low aggressive and forward-looking executive programs to their
,'ing t troubles in Africa and don't even like the word 'mis- sionaries stand out'as easy a wage so Part One credit-Romney, Rockefeller and Scranton-and two are men
to the good effectof
TAsia. In thecollective mind sionary.' We would avoid difficulties targets for atavistic cruelty. as who made distinguished records in the Eisenhower administration -
_ 4 paternalistic benefits.In ARTHUR LARSONIf .
.. Afro Asian nations by having more African By : Nixon, as vice president, an:! T *_, as U. I'3-
4 of new both areas, agrarian and the president speaks for the party, the party appears at dor.
.:.. the white missionary is associated clergymen; after all, RESPONSIBLE non Christian
industrial, Communists, its most constructive and enterprising. Similarly, if the legislative -
churches inter I national.
are leaders
white colonial rule naturally
whether Castro-inspired or in leaders speak for the party, the party will appear relatively
=:Which, save for vestigi a 1 White missionaries have done such persecutions. The late parties predating the Cuban cautious and conservative.Thus THE PARTY OF PRINCIPLE. ..
1 '" good work but their era is fin Sheikh S h 1
a tout rector
1 ...6 areas, has gone. dictatorship, are winning political in 1955 and 1956, I recall that we in the Republican
there missionary ished. Cairo's Al Azhar Theological Now as to the statement of the R..tcanJ.; : iuon itself:
Today are
-S following. of Labor had 14 important progressive, legislative
Department ,
The Republican Party has its best .
and lea
Seminary -
I =;difficulties in Burma 'among ding relig- .
= AMERICAN AID in the field of labor and social legislation. Of
programs proposals .
MISSIONARIES have become ious figure in Islam told the American people that it is the party of principle father
the Karnes India the me
I ; among have not been able to reach these, more than half were never,even scheduled for hearingby than of -
unwittingly entangled in last October for improvisation 'and expediency.
-Nagas, South Sudan among example the basic' problem of Asian Democratic'Congress in two and only a couple
a years,
.S"the Dinkas, the Congo, Rwanda burgeoning political movements that he had no use for the countries four fifths ofAsia's This opportunity is particularly conspicuous because j>'>resident --
I : and gathering storms else- and because of their Black Muslin aberration in the were passed.If Johnson has a record that is long on expediency n d
skin population is peasant.A the voice of the party is not only legislative, but legisla- short Z
pigmentation cannot escape U.S. because it on principle.
:where. For reasons wholly unintended preaches racism vast majority is trying to tive and the resulting "image" is one of
opposition nega-
by the' courageousmen becoming symbols. Take and Islam ignores a On civil rights, he has turned up on both sides of 1 the
scratch a living out'of too tivism conservatism-and this has been the
S and women who devote the case of South Sudan from man's color.In superimposed upon question from time to time, voting against thepoll tax amendment
little' land. for most of the 30
posture of the Republican Party past years.
themselves to instructing and which they are being expelled.The 1875 Henry M. Stanley, One reason why the Peace about a dozen times, for example} and then

caring for backward peoples Negroid South SUdanese the explorer journalist Corps has met with such success LORD ACTON'S DICTUM 'I- warmly making the constitutional amendment his own when. it

-- missionaries encounter opposi- tribes are ruled by northern wrote: "Oh that some pious is that its major energiesare finally passed. '

tion and new dangers. Follow ,- Arab Moslems. The prim practical m i s s ionary would at work on a people-to- As far as a party "image" is concerned, then, we may para In early 1957, he was trying to outdo President Eisenhower's

- ing de-colonialization there ispressure itive southern Dinka tribes come here. Such an one if he people basis in the rural phrase Lord Acton's dictum that power corrupts and being out program with his own "program with a heart"; but after his

1 for de-missionariza- men received what education can be' found would becomethe regions of Africa, Asia and of power corrupts absolutely.The return from the Easter holiday In Texas, he gave the word to

-__ :.. "- tlon.I they possess: from missionar-" savior of Africa." The mis- Latin America.U. Democratic Party was acutely aware of this' problem cut every appropriation In sight and launch no new programs/

I : ies. When students in Juba sionaries did 'come and they S. foreign aid during the Eisenhower administration. It attempted to solveit whatever. =.;,
: programs
1 IN THIS CAPITAL of a subkingdom struck after an Arab instructor did a remarkable civilizing are frustrated by inefficiency by creating the Democratic Advisory Committee, to providea His current proposals, which stress economy and spending

- I : of Uganda, an Anglican called one of them a job. They left a visible impact corrupt acts and the, very more liberal Democratic voice to offset the conservative utterances in about equal proportions, are a magpie's next of gffiterim

: bishop assigned to Rwan- slave, they were charged with just as colonialism, for enormity of the problem. New and record of the Democratic Congress. bits and pieces gathered from.' ., everywhere. but. adding op to
_ -da has been waiting for a visa subversion. The missionaries all its demerits, left a visible nations want to establish an More recently, the Republicans have made a similar at- no coherent pattern o' *f- -r dor- "-or jn'- aUon-

-he almost certainly won't backed them as they have also impact. industrial base Yet, so insist- tempt on a much smaller scale with the Critical Issues Council a]. *

- receive.. Missionaries have backed oppressed minori- But the new nations want to ently pressing are the agricultural under Dr. Milton Eisenhower. S
been savagely butchered. in ties in the Burmese and In- of ANIXETRAIT'S'S'SIt
their people
run own churches
=.:...the Congo and expelled from dian Hills. This is abstract as and political discontent, what GOVERNORS OF STATES ..
-feverish South Sudan. Even in justice but concrete politics. as they want missionary institutions capital there is tends to be is interesting to contrast *;Iu this di! /ay, the ha': 51 l resort -
-- The chief executive of a state, like the chief executive of
.- ::this country's relative calm like schools but they principle that was one of President Eisenhower'S most
": Obote charges the political spread so thin it accomplisheslittle. :
the United States, is by nature of the office engaged in the noticabJe traits. Whenever
-tiey face potential embarass- organization Sudanese want them turned be made a decision you-could
inspiring over as .
and of creative action ideas reformIng
formulating promoting
him it back
ment. refugee activities here is rapidly as possible to their JAPAN IS AN example of constitutions, modernizing tax structures, improving roads tracing into the depths of some guiding
Milton Obote, Ugandan the South Sudan Christian land reform that principle. If you asked him why he decided the matter In
'\ own clergymen.: As with colonialism has been and other facilities, improving social legislation, industry
a particular
he could
F prime minister observes: "We organization. President Kayi they want the prod- successfully applied. Beforethe and stimulating economic progress. way, immediately relate the parfIcular
application to
'S could have trouble here. One banda of Rwanda claims funds ucts of missionaries and the Second World War a little S underlying principle. :
That is why when a presidential year rolls around and In the
spring of 1954. I had
- thing missionaries don't realize raised by missionary groupsto generosity of their sponsors: more than 50 per cent ofJapan's when the spotlight focuses on such people as Governor Scran- of been watching, in a succession
is the need for aid Cabinet meetings, the question of all-out American
separating emigrant Tutsi tribesmen farms in-
they-don't want the colonialists were
owner- ton, Governor Romney and Governor Rockefeller the
.. Repub- volvement in the
church and state. They often are being used to arm or missionaries them- operated. During the American Indochinese war hanging in the balance. !

lican position suddenly begins to look more vigorous and
Eventually the decision .
*-want a say in government de not feed them. selves. occupation agrarian plans constructive. against such intervention was
made, and, unsatisfactory as some of the *
were adopted which broke up Against the backdrop how does one identify the authentic consequences
been, at least a possible
setting off of World War
:: the big estates, with compensation Republican position in 1964? Polls continue to show that an averted. -w.- a I
POTOMAC FEVERS to the landlords, and overwhelming majority of the rank-and-file Republicans con- Some time
; a White House
stag dinner .
: today almost 95 per cent of all a clergyB
tinue to favor strong support for the United Nations social
were talking with
By Fletcher Knebel, Cowles Washington .Japanese 'farms are President, and the clergyman
Bureau owner- aid
security, foreign reciprocal trade, federal aid to schools, asked "Mr. Present, exactly why did
J: Congressman Burkhalter operated. getting along with the Russians, arms reduction and the use of not to to you finally decide
says Congress is run by a lot of old men. Don't'worry The difference is, of go war Indochina? Eisenhower thought a :brief
pal. The course, such federal powers as necessary to uphold the law in civil moment and then '
way things are going in Washington, it'll soon be, run. by a lot that in emergent countries replied, "Nobody asked us."
of old women. rights case. After the incredible
and old ones-political consent complications of the Indochina issue. the
breathtaking simplicity of this resort to
must be obtained an elementary Principle
Barry Goldwater approves LBJ's anti-electricity campaign in the White inequities allowed to continue J took* me completely by surprse. The

House. That's what Barry's fighting for-back to the days of candle light. until a Communist take-over asked us. The Indochinese bad not asked us. Sowed' that
The Republican also
position has firm
a base in the pro- if we had ahead
-- as in Cuba, makes its gone anyway, we would have been subjecting
the Eisenhower !
own of administration
The revolt in Brazil went off swiftly] and smoothly, chiefly because they decided 4lrefonn" to win and hold grams ; these 'programs, having a people and an area to death and devastation aoJr'y because
I dominated eight of the
past 11 years, are the best available
not wait for U.s. air cover. political loyalties. we thought it was a good Idea..

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t Wednesday April 8, 1964 Gainesville Sun

. In The .:-- I RusK Details V. S. Plans' for., NATO Unity- I j Presents Our Gracious TONIGHT'S Host DINNER SPECIALTOMORROW'S .4 _


WASHINGTON (AP) The ist and to form a united front lCB[ rs in place and 192 sea-: ing up the military defenses I by Hanoi, with the support of ROASTTURKEY SSC

Capitol United States is determinedly with all the countries which are borne Polarises. I Rusk said, are "new patternsof the Chinese Communists, and with cornbread dressing

pressing its divided European willing to cooperate. I Rusk said that on the militaryside I collective action," especiallyfor Cuba, which is engaged in the
1 allies to provide more backingand NATO should increase ,its
dealing with Communist expansion -export of arms, subversive :
WASHINGTON (AP-In the support for its fight against These points of U.S. policy, non-nuclear capacity for fight- campaigns in Asia Lat- agents, and guerrilla leaders to Complete Luncheon
Communist aggression in Southeast and toward the North limited That is fre- ,
strategy ing wars. a
news from Washington; I in America and Africa."I other Latin-American nations.We ,. BIGGEST VALUE IN GAINESVILLE
Asia and Latin America.The Atlantic Treaty Organization quently stated U.s. objective believe that the North Atlantic
"GREATEST GOOD: Presi-- !which the European allies usual have in mind," he said Stuffed
from nations should recognizea
diplomatic strategy being emerged clearly a speech ?
dent Johnson dropped in on an MEATLOAF
Iy ignore. Europe should also "especially such countries t1
as common interest in seeing
followed by the Johnson admin- delivered to the Overseas Press
Tuesday night ,
AFL-CIO meeting join in forming a strategic nuclear -Laos and South Viet Nam
that these
and told the labor union officials istration on this and other disputed -Club in New York Tuesday night' aggressions are (
force, he said. which "
of with Hard-
are targets aggression
.. brought to an end.
""the government has but one issues within the allianceis by Secretary of State Dean Boiled Eggs
He reported the U.S. ----
greatest good for to bypass countries like Rusk. i iI government Carrot &
purpose-the number." France or Britain on questions I and some other allies havein Come Bring Your Friends! Roisin SaladWhipped
the greatest Rusk also sharply reminded fact made "substantial and Potatoes
where Coffee and
major disagreements ex- Enjoy Doughnuts
L' Johnson made his surprise the European allies who have encouraging progress" in work- Hot Roll & Butter Spanish Onto. *! Served
Fro With Your Salad
dinner of Hot Coffee
the meeting
visit at tended to pull apart among Ing out the problems involvedin or
with HAYDON and MILDRED Iced Tea
the labor organization's industrial after- He's MatronAt themselves and from the United forming a seaborne fleet of \ .... Your Second Cup of Coffee or
union 'department
States as cold war tensions 200 Polaris missiles. France has Iced Tea Is Always FREE
:turning up at a National Press eased, that "massive Soviet rejected this whole project and

'"' Club 'reception saluting new Hospital ground and nuclear forces are the British government is coop- -p

White House press secretary still arrayed against Europe." erating reluctantly. However, BURNSTONIGHT
George Reedy.GOPPANAMA. MAIDSTONE, England (AP) Britain is working with the other -
Richard Hulbert has been appointed The Soviet Union, in fact, has I interested allies in a test-

: A Republican assistant matron at "many more missiles" aimed at ship project. IrrAFETERIA '

Citizens Council headed by Milton Maidstone's Oakwood Hospital. Western Europe than at the Lunch 11:30 a.nv to 2:05 p.m. II! ,
What is needed
Eisenhower has urged United States, he said. In these beyond Dinner 4:30D.m.to 8:05P.m. ,
S. Michael Curtins is Oakwood'snew 1212 North Main Street j:
circumstances, he declared, "it
U.S.-Panamanian agreement on
within 25 night sister, as British hos- would be foolhardy to dismantlethe I INCOME TAX GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER i:
a "wholly new treaty" call their head ward
years for a second, sea-level pitals nurses. military strength of NATO." GAINESVILLEBOOKKEEPERS CITIZENS FIELD Air Conditioned Open Daily & Sunday I:
t Parking I'
canal "I'm not about, Rusk did not give missile fig- 7:30 P.M. Banquet Facilities- PHONE 376-4491 I
Declaring that the present really upset ;
but authoritative
ures a highly '
'canal'will-be unable to handle being> called matron, said Hul- IL58c! SPECIALS Daily Man, thru Sat.
estimate puts the total of Soviet :
I I 1328 N.W. 6th St. FR 6-2924 Pd.' Adv.
the growing maritime traffic in bert, "But I suppose I could] be I intermediate and medium-range I

about.25 years, the council said called something more suit- ballistic missiles at 800, most or

the United States and Panama able." all of which are believed to be

should agree on a number of in- "People find it a bit hard to targeted on European objec s

terim reforms helpful to both explain that a man is a sister," tives.

sides. said Arthur Akers, general sec-
Against the United States the
These would involve revisingthe retary of the Health Service
present treaty, raising canal Union, "but it really isn't easyto Russians have an estimated 100-
tolls perhaps 30 cent and plus intercontinental missiles,
by per think of anything new/ s
increasing Panama's yearly canal and up to 100 seaborne missiles. P
Akers said most British hospitals The United State has about 670
to million from
1 receipts $15 "
give their nurses badges I
$1.9 million. t
showing their rank. MORTGAGE MONEY 0
"We've now reached the 5V2% INTEREST SHOP FRI.
Secretary "
stage, he said, "where they
,Dean Rusk is reported willingto 'TIL 9 P.M.
need badges to say whether CALL
consider steps the U.S. gov- they're men or women" DAN BYRD 3 DAYS ONLY Ie

ernment might take to try to Especially in Oakwood. It's a 825 N.W. 13th STREETPH.
dissuade the Soviet Union from women's FR 2-2511
religious persecution of Russian : hospital II I t'

Jews.A I r. : .. AJ'r. .
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delegation from the American ,4 \ J! "'"
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Jewish Conference on Sovi- '
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et Jewry conferred with Rusk .. .' !'iil: : ,', ,pt < 1YLO'1"
for some 90 minutes Tuesday. .. ; :;: '\{"! Guardsman
Afterward spokesman Lewis H. Ij IjI ,r 'IW It I\
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told .. "
Weinstein of Boston news- .;. .
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men: "We asked the secretaryto I iC ;h A"i Iif Guarantee6.00x13 :
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use the government's good of- ; .,; ,. l'U\
fices to make known to the So- n "I-;. ',',I .n,.* ,1. '-.::,., ., ..
viet government our grave can- I "f "':' -T! 1 .''< ill : ,. )< ;.,;tIY- \ \
cern for the situation and status 4-: i.. "y : < ",' .,...y 'N1." ,- ;-

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day legislation making $50 mil I II [TubelessBlackball p Flu* Tax t&1& Ila
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lion disaster available relief in for Alaska.earthquake \ f :'i :- :. '" -'. <"" And /
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said "This .:,; >; .J
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sets a record. It went up Mon I ./ .. ESSWHITEWAlLS v
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day and it's back today. !: s KWALLS'' TUBELE aeI h Plw Tax
: DISTRICTS: Supreme Court There's plenty of parking| ". A' .' .rj' -", TUBELbch ices Tax b Old" \ 19.88:

Justice Hugo L. Black refused YE S \ space, bandy to our door,) 'if"( ,> 1-.j>" ,.-. -SIE 1588 G.OOs 13-27.88 I -

Tuesday to interfere with a lower \ O0s13 \ 6:10d154: \ r1
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Texas :
court ruling giving un- ::4 -:; 6.10s15 24.88 19.88.. 1 L
til 1965 to redraw its Be 7lOx \ :- i.J
congres- us. our guest! : 50d4 a.cod 4 .}!;
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Two Texans had asked Blackto ATTENTION COMPACT' f" : j tL ), 5.oox14 5.5ox7,60x15 : \ y
stay an April 1 order by the BE SURE BE SAFE ; \ ,18.81

three-judge U.& District Courtin Get Your Car SAFETY CHECKED CAR OWNERS r I IJ, 8.50d4 give a smoother, '
Houston. Fri. or Sat., Apr. 10 or 11 GUARDSMAN NYLON TIRES wide hIders and p-95 odditirex
Guaranteed 27-Months j Farm,
Missile TestCAPE By Gainesville Jaycees and Gainesville softer ride on an roads give four-direcLion skid
Automobile Dealers Association traction s '
17 88 o Hundreds surfs ces .
KENNEDY, Fla. (AP) Tubeless a Il J'A l"'t protection, even on wet ds reduce squealing
A Minuteman intercontinen Blackwalls !' tal-range missile registered its Plus Tax and Old T7r rj,. '''', iIli: : O Silencer batons fists an road impacts

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The Air Force reported the Whitewalls Only $3 More Each T 5 0
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Also Sell Large Quantities of Admiral Air Conditionersa 88

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i Firs 1940-54 Chevrolet; 34-55 Dodge ,. ..
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;,. and Plymouth (except 6-cytinder Pow-
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We only sell units that we know are the best to buy more cars. plus old battery o

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at this low, low price Chevy

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(2) After 90 days will
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administration has testified that 100 EXTRA STAMPS YOU BUY
no evidence had been found that

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However, Dr. Winton B. Ran-
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committee, an "extensive inves-
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is ,under way. r. w
"It appears that the principal U.S.D.A.

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that he had traced 14 ,
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Stone has suggested that there Crabs PKG. 39xOLEO :
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lens suggested could scratch that an the ill.cornea fitting, Yellow Solids W-D BROAD BREASTED ? 4-14 Lb. Frozen ; $ 9 8

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of Dr. Stone and the Na- 1 pOt Pi PAN-REDI BREADED
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violated through their conspiracy i i1Z Chicken, Turkey, Beef MRS. SMITH "-
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Gainesville Sun Wednesday, April 8, 1964

f Flower Show Judge's Coffee Brides' OPEN,
t I--: UJOfflEfl 0 f flflDfffl1LY TIL Tomorrow 9:00


THE f I L Y YRuth $ ,a Q # C ;. xr4 :p k Luncheon Anne, April Purvis complimentingMiss 10, brideelectof v

?a .a4y. r a Billie Nugent Nimnicht Jr.
Weimer . ; Women's Editor of Jacksonville, 12:30 pjn.

:? Mrs. Finley Cannon and Mrs.

sm Newton Ebaugh, GainesvilleGolf
Arts And Crafts and Country Club. r fA#
: Coffee feting Miss Glenda ,

Moon, fiance of Barton 7'

.< Thrasher, 10 to 11:30 a.m.,
wi x"' "ri Mrs. R. Holt Howard, Mrs. :
Y Fair Monday Vera Jenkins, Mrs. J. F. '
Wyche, and Mrs. W. L. Lowryat
rXvg .always.( :
the Howard residence 1126
: An arts and crafts fair will John V. Mering, millinery. ,
NW 16th Avenue.
be held on Monday, from 10 All items in this exhibit have >x pL the perfect
: Shower complimenting Miss
a.m. to noon, and 2:30 to 4:30 been made by members of the 7 :
Glenda Moon, bride elect of
: pjn., at the University Wom University Women's Club. There jI companion
Barton Thrasher, 8 pjn., Mrs.R. .
tables of for-
en's Clubhouse. will also be. two I Hill
English, Mrs. C. A.
: The divisions of hand craft eign arts and crafts. One table and
King Mrs. E. B. Sapp Sr.,
w that will be represented and will display the hand craft I at the English home, 4014 1
: their chairmen are Mrs. H. R. from India assembled by Mrs. NW 13th Street

Warfel, ceramics; Mrs. E. H. Neeta Shah and the other of Mrs. Wilbur Harling Jr., left, judge's chairman for the Gainesville Gar '

:.. :" Killgore, painting; Mrs. C. R Chinese arts and crafts by Mrs. den Club Spring Flower Show, entertained with a coffee Saturday morningat I The spring parade of fashions "TRAVELER"EAU "
: :: Gilbert and Mrs T. N. Wells, Canning Young. her home for the out of town judges. Pictured with Mrs. Harling are from shows
strong influence
___ :. neeedlework; Mrs.:John R. Han- Mrs. Glenn Farris chairmanof left to right, Mrs. Horace I. Thompkins of Gulf Breeze, state president of the I in coats, suits military and DEs
E ey, flower arranging, and Mrs. the program committee re- Flower Show Judges Council; Mrs. W. F. Mathis of Moultree, Ga., and Mrs. i tumes. cos-

,... ports that there will be demonstrations John W. Flowers of Gainesville, who is a Dsitrict Director of the Flower Navy blue and white are apart
in making some of Show Judges Council.Artist LANVINAflPEGE
of the
E story, as are brass
: Mrs. Rivera
the displayed items.Refreshments .
r buttons, generally lined up In I .
will be served double rows. AflPEGE 2.50* MY SIN2.ooe
; w To Be Speaker during both sessions. Mrs. Lee Gives Informal I TalkDr. The semi-shaping of the offi

-: Mrs. Cesar L. Rivera will Eggart and Mrs. T. N. Wells cers' coat is translated into totetgyoztCosmeticsstreet
: are chairman and co chairman fashions for the most feminineof
demonstrate corsage making Robert E. Carson, Uni- was in-charge of the decorations -
of the social committee. ladies. The
when the University of Florida v crisply tailored,
Women's Club Neighbor Nite Members of the University versity of Florida professor of : notched collar shows up, too.

: meets Thursday, at 8 p.m., tat Women's Club and the Univer-! Music the Humanities and Art in and the lecturer humani-in The tea table, covered by a ,.",' It's a great way to march Floor
the Clubhouse. sity Newcomer's group are invited white linen cloth, was centered into the new season."
: Mrs. C. J. Wilcox and Mrs. to visit the displays and ties program of the University with an arrangement of ,roses i'" ,. .
the for
E. M. Johnson will hostesses. are also invited to bring guests. College gave program around the base of an artist's \' ,;" ___ _
the final meeting of the Gainesville : ----6 ,
: Members are asked to bring The arts and crafts fair is palette with flowers in differ- E. '
Woman's Club Division of '
: a neighbor. also open to the public. Art Monday afternoon. ent colors representing the t

Mrs. E. Sinclair Eaton is director paint. Mrs. Jean Mitchell and i iI'

of the Fine Arts Division. Mrs. Smith poured. FOR THOSE WHO
Mrs. F. K. Hardy and Mrs. f GIVE
II I 1 I Burnett-Yawn "Cutting Capers With Brush
and Bow" was a comic presen Grady Harrison were in chargeof AND WANT THE BEST
I tation of an amateur spread- hanging 60 paintings from the

': OCALA Mr. and Mrs. J. F. ing paint on a canvass; first by art class taught by Mrs. Earl ::1f <
Burnett of Ocala announce the brush, then by fingers, and fin Killgore, chairman of the Art
ally by squirts directly out of Division and teacher for the } ,1r SIlhouettefJelA
;: engagement and a p p roaching
,- marriage of their daughter, Miss the paint tube, intersparsed class of 20 women, who presented
= Shirley Allene Burnett to William with distant viewing and "fiddl- her with a gift of an
,. aluminum box.
":; music. paint
ing" rv
Lamar Yawn, son of Mr. : '
: and Ms. Otis Yawn of Fleming- Even though the approach was Many of the pictures painted j : z ,;.
: ton. comic, a picture by the guest by the class members will :.
Miss Burnett was graduated 3H. artist finally emerged from the be sent to Jacksonville head :::
from Ocala High School and she canvass. quarters, where they will be i''
attended Central Florida Junior Mrs. C. P. Schaffner, Mrs. judged and cash prizes award ge

.: College. She is presently employed Nathan.Smith, and Mrs. L. J. ed. IiibthXt: !; 1 1Dr. .. MagnesiumLuggage
by the University of Stern were in charge of refresh- Approximately 150 people '
Florida.Mr. ments and Mrs. T. N. Wells were in attendance.The Robert E. Carson I

Yawn was graduated w/t/j,not a
.4 from North Marion High School, v '
:-. and also attended Central Flor i Scouts Record Cookie SaleArcher > Lock In S/'ght

I ... ida Junior College. He is presently pe r _., m
a student at the University
of Florida. .. Miss Shirley Allene Burnett Girl Scouts of the Gainesville Road, sold 523 boxes. and enthusiastic support in the A
: The wedding will be an event area "c 0 m p letely crumbled"I Mrs. Hoffman and Mrs. Don 1964 cookie drive. Troops will I z L,

i : of April 17, at 8 pjn., at the mony in the reception hall. past cookie sale records at the aId Morrison Jr., Gateway Girl retain a portion of the profit
Flemington Baptist Church. A All friends and relatives of the close of their 1964 drive, last from their sales to help finance
Scout President residing in I
: reception will follow the cere-I couple are invited to attend. week, s Glenn Hoffman, their troop program. The bal-
Gainesville Cookie Chairman, Gainesville, join the 1150 Gaines ance will be used by the Coun-

reports. ville Girl Scouts in thanking the cil to expand camping oppor-
citizens of the Gainesville tunities offered the girls withinits
= many
I Pre-Nuptial Party Sales totaled two thirds higher -
area for their cooperation 15: than last year. Junior, Ca-
I dette and Senior Scouts took

l --' : r Fetes Miss Moon TI orders in from in January March friends, which and and also were neighbors man delivered -- Final Benefit Party ,yla'a'+ i ypaata a 4

I I ned cookie sale booths in the

Miss Glenda Moon, whose White gladioli, iris, and aza- city last month. Brownie Scouts Gainesville Woman's Club Meyer, Mrs. Lee Montague,I
: wedding to Barton Thrasher, Jr. leas in a silver bowl adornedthe have not sold cookies for the entertained at a final benefit Mrs. C. B. Outen, Mrs. Z. V. '9k
= will be solemnized May 9 was silver candelabra which cen- past two years. canasta for this Powell, Mrs. J. D. Rice, Mrs.D. .
honored with a tea Sunday aft- tered the table, where Mrs. Dalton Weco under bridge party B. Wiilcox, and Mrs. E. R.
: ernoon by Mrs. A. T. Fletcher Harrison, Mrs. Robert Davis chairman Mrs. Ethel Voss, re- club season on Friday evening, Woodward.
and Mrs. R. W. Mixson. Theprenuptial and Mrs. T. C. Douglas pre- at the Clubhouse.Mrs. .
ported ,the largest number of
= ., party took place at sided at the punch bowL
sales for the three Gainesville J. Martin Pearce was
the Mixson home. WeddingDate .
: ..
Throughout the living room neighborhoods. Weco's Cadette general chairman. Members of ;.. -

: Mrs. Vera Jenkins and Mrs. and den arrangements of amaryllis Troop 422 at Westwood Junior the decorating committee were When you give SiSioTJeftp, you g to fte gift firat fett ffilft f Jata ffi. j Jtt ut and

po Cecil Love greeted guests at lillies and red and yellow -High School sold the largest Mrs. F. E. Maloney, Mrs. Jack travel with the smart ict-with elegant Silhouette Luggage by Samsonite. Mad
= the door and Mrs. R. Holt How- number cookies in Individual
roses were used. of of molded magnesium, covered in beautiful
patterned vinyl it scoffs scuffs
and Paul
Moore Mrs. Tarrant.
ard introduced to the Set
troop sales. These girls sold scan, weather and
; line. Others assisting in the hospItalities wear. Lightweight, too-with exclusive hidden locks that
1172 boxes under the supervision Birds of adorned bird make other look
were Mrs. Florence Low- paradise luggage Lots of room inside so clothes can keep
: Receiving with'.,the' hostesses ry, Mrs. Jewel King, Mrs. E. of Mrs. E. Lowe Pierce, cages, and at both ends of the their press. Oxford Grey or Desert Tan for men. Choice of Oxford Grey Dover

... were the honoree, her mother, B. Sapp, Miss Janie Lee Tison troop cookie chairman. 0 n e ballroom were large urns of py- White, Biscayne Blue or Platinum Grey for women. :

: 'Mrs. R. I. Jones, and the bridegroomelect's and Mrs. R. H. English. Scout in this troop, Jane Olin- rocantha with colorful butter- A. Btuty CM...$25.00 B. t.di.s'; 0'N t,..,|=s.oo C. Mfi t>M1wl tJ'Irnt f,,,3 UO
.. sold 414 boxes. Junior
; mother, Mrs. B. ger flies and large ostrich plumes.Mrs. P. I d5e*Wwdrob....$40.09 ,,'
: E. Thrasher. Those registering guests were Troop No. 413 at J. J. Finley, t. Me *Thr. Suiftr...$45.00 '
Mrs. Harry Green and Mrs. Cadette Troop No. 456 at West- W. H. Pierson, chairman All ptkH PM'"
;: A corsage of pink carnations Bill Pope. wood, and Junior Troop No. 425 of the refreshment committee "
was presented to the bridetobe Among the out of town guests at Sidney Lanier also sold over served 150 guests. <:
= and white carnation corsages were Mrs. Leon Thrasher and 1000 boxes each. The smallest 1, Luggage ShOp Street Floor
to the two mothers by the hostesses Mrs. O. L. Carpenter of Ocala troop in the area, new Junior Ladies high and second high s tJ '
: who also gave Miss and Mrs. J. E. Thrasher of Troop No. 171, consisting of bridge prizes were awarded to
: Moon a silver platter and electric Micanopy. About 80 friends seven girls under the leader- Mrs. Dan Byrd and Mrs. Warner

-.. appliance. called during the afternoon. ship of Mrs. Harley Bramlett, Weseman, and also to W. N. ..,

w Roninson and Arnold Sapping- : glamoR lJegiu : q ;
ton, J. H. Palmer won canasta

.' Calendar Of Events go.and Charles Cunningham bin : with a smile ami a :

I: Door prizes were donated by I JlJl1El
: TODAY, April 8, University Women Club, members. local merchants. MISS BARBARA JEAN BROCK:

= Neighbor Nite, 8 p.m., Club Beta Lamdba Chap t e r, I s
Education Dames, 8 p.m., house, West Newberry Road. Epsilon Sigma Alpha, Rush Hostesses for the party were Mr. and Mrs. V e r nl ce E. .
: Dr. Eleanor Browne 2707
SW 3rd Place.Gainesville. Agriculture Dames, Cover- party and spaghetti supper, 7 Mrs. Robert L. Fairing, general Brock of Gainesville, announce: Accent
: Bridge ed-Dish Supper and White pjn., Mrs. Eugene Foster and chairman for all benefit the engagement of their daughter I zJ Y/
,- 7:30 pjn., Holiday Inn. Elephant Sale, 8 p.m., University Mrs. Karl Kaswinkel, at the bridge parties, Mrs. C. L Allen, Miss Barbara Jean Brock to' Most Natural _

University City BridgeClub Women's Clubhouse, former's home, 4203 NW 11th Mrs. C. W. Anderson, Mrs. James Leon Suttles, son of Mrs.I Padded Bra _
West Newberry Road. Place. Stanley Ballard, :Mrs. L S. Frank Suttles of Gainesville : -;
7:30 107 NW 15th j
: Terrace. p.m., Girl Scout Gainesville Youth Club, Echols Jr., Mrs. D. S. Fagan, and the late Frank Suttles. Jantzenaire Foam pads. ? ,,
UBA Neighbor- Monthly Council Meeting, 7:30.Mrs. G. O. Hack, :Mrs. ChesterV. !, Ii A new scientific miraclethe ; '
I: : University Women's Club hood Meeting, 9:30 a.m., Girl p.m., Recreation Center. Home, Mrs. W.E. Jones, The wedding will be an event bra padding by ; i ,_

: Newcomers, Bridge, 8 p. m., Street.Scout House, 810 NW 8th Golden Age Club, Business I Mrs. Jay Jones, Mrs. R. E. of Saturday, April 18, at 8; ., Jantzen completely ;

Clubhouse, -West Newberry District Meeting, 1 to 4:30 p.m., Recrea- r Jones, Mrs. Page 0. McArthur, p.m., at the Carol Estates Bap different fromconvmtional
-: Road. Meeting for Rebetah tion Center. I Mrs. D. D. McGuire, Mrs. H. A. tist Church. : foam robber. ;'

:: Arts and Science Dames, 8 Palatka Lodges, Hawthorne of St. Augustine and, B'nai B'rith Women's Chapter ... 3 weight Times lighter in

p.m., Mrs. David Stryker, Gainesville, Covered Dish 8 pjn., Hillel House.
2623 SW 4th Place, Dr. Willlam Supper, 6:30 pjn.. Odd Fel- House Staff Wives Club, 8:30 Experienced Soft, Natnral, Gentle

= Evans, guest speaker. lows Hall, 740 SW 2nd Ave p.m., Mrs. Harry Trystowsky,I Withstands higheto
:Business Administration 752 NW 22nd Street Dr. Robert laundering

Dames, 8 p.m., Mrs. WilLiam nue.Waldo Junior High School, Williams, guest speaker. Sewing Machine temperature H.,, _
Fox 1726 SW 8th Odorless,nontoxie, .. t F j
.. Drive- PTA 7:30 p.m., cafeteria. FRIDAY, April 10, Skin
Gainesville Chapter, Daughters University Women's Club, Gainesville Bridge Club, 9 nonirritating -
of the American Revolu- Daytime Bridge Group, 9:30 ajn., Holiday Inn. Quick drying.
tion, 3 p.m., Mrs. J. Milton ajn., Clubhouse Newberry Gainesville Woman's Club Operators Style 819-Cotton;Wait. .rs ', ry F

Brownlee, Glenn Springs Road. Bridge Party, 1:30 pjn., Club- A & ,32.36 _395

h :-:- :: Road.Engineering Dames, 8 p.m., sponsored Annual Dixieland by the Business Barbecue and house.House Staff Wives dub, cocktail With At Least 3 YEARS Factory Trained .. ....

: :_ Florida Union Auditorium, Dr. Professional Women's Club, 6 party and buffet supper, Experience ,

-- : Thomas Martin, guest speaker. pjn., Boulware Springs Park, 7:30 pm., Holiday Inn. i APPLY AT /J

:; ; Kincaid Road.Gainesville SATURDAY, April 11,
= THURSDAY, April 9, Woman's Club, Barbecue for the College of Florida Athletic Co. ;,1111_

University of Florida parliamentary P roc e e dun s Architecture and Fine Arts,
:: Dames PHT Banquet, Class, 9:30 ajn., Mrs. George 5 p.m., home of Mr. and 302 N.W. 6th Street
.. 645; p.m., Student Service Evans, instructor, Open to Mrs. Harry Merritt, Payne's Phone 2-3378 after 2 p.m. Foundations8
:: Center t all senior and junior club Prairie. Floor _

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Wednesday,April 8, 1964 Gainesville Sun ,
Owners Association and the Association
Kansas City Votes for Expanded Integration for Freedom of Choice.

I Negroes number about 80,000of
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP-In) 1,743 in a total vote of 89,209'1 Robert P. Lyons, co-chairman prohibit racial discrimination in ing and boarding houses and I Kansas City's 475,000 popula- i
an amazing surge of votes but This represented 42 per cent of of the People for Public Accommodations taverns,amusement places,recreational rented, apartments. tion and 30,000 of its 209,000
by slightly less than 1 per cent the registered voters said, "I think it Is facilities, meeting registered voters. The wards
Kansas City has had
a public
Kansas City voters affirmed Only once before in 1950 significant that our citizen: voted -halls, stores, transportaton fa- I where they live gave the new
Tuesday an expansion of an or- on rules 1J
in greater numbers mat- and other bus- covering. heavy margins.The
dinancr forbidding racial dis- a school bond issue, have so on a cilities hospitals
crimi an in establishments many turned out in a special ter of human rights than on i.inesses open to the public. taurants since April 1962. The ordinance lost in 15 of the
which ade with the public. 'election. Only 68,196 voted last something that affected their, Excluded barber City Council expanded it in September 24 wards, by 2-to-l or more in
:December after a strident cam- pocketbooks." were shops 1963, but it was forcedto the new suburbs Kansas City
The unoffcial count was paign which led to adoption of beauty parlors, other places of- an election In a petition campaign has annexed to the south, east
4547'; to 43,733-a margin of a municipal tax on earnings. The new ordinance provisions fering personal services, room sparked by the Tavern and north. j

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i':= FRESH "100% PURE"GROUND -

hunt "HUNT'S' for the BEST! II i BEEF . 5 Lbs. $198

Hunt 4 20-ox.; $1 I PORK LOIN ROAST Lb."THRIFTWAY" 49 '

"TOMATO" 46-ox. SLAB BACON . Lb. 39.
. 8 Cans $100 "FAMILY PAK"PORK

"TOMATO"SAUCE CHOPS . Lb.59t! 1 6-0%. 79CS

. 10 8-ox.Can; $100 "OLD FASHIONED Jar
(Limit: One With Your $5
"FRUITASTE" AS T. or More, Food Order)

1(, f. t 1 -, Fruit Drinks 3 /Jugs l *1

$ 8-ox. $ 00 5ox.
Oleo . 4 P.: 19
"PILLSBURY" Apple or Blueberry MRS. SMITH'S" PIE "LIPTON" s/

Turnovers '.1 14-oz.Pegs. 49 Lemon Merangue 22roz.Pie 59/ Tea Bags J'V 59"! ,


Daisy Cheese. Pkg Lb.. 49* Dinners .2V :: 89*! Gelatin e. 10 Pkgs.3oz.: $100 ,. II

Dinner ., 17 Pkg.-ox. 89

I Chicken & Herb Pkg/t;oz,: 89* Pizza v.k;: 29 Cake Mixes 3 11k$100

Tuna & Herb 17#;?z. 59 Pepperoni Pizza l Pk0;:.. 49 Apple Jelly 3 '&:' $100

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With 50 this EXTRA and GOLD ) WBk 50 THis EXTRA e...... ft GOLD 1 WBk 50 Tto EXTRA e..,.. ftTW GOLD 50 EXTRA GOLDBOND Wiftt 50 TIlls EXTRA,,,F? a GOLD war 50 nit EXTRA c.... i I
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20-0%. WercKcs tnhIr. GELATIN COOKED OR
16-o twin ( 70- .bettU 6 Ite,. Pkgs. 501. ply.
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.10 Gainesville Sun Wednesday April, 1964
100,000 I turned home about 6 pjn. Reynolds -t

=119 Become Citizens Here Gem TheftMIAMI ued sured.at said about only$15,000 two pieces, were, val in-

sEach r Fla. (APJewelryvalued ) '
rT "
at $100,000 was stolen
When man began draining the
Tuesday from the apartment of "Ti't

\- With Story to Tell tobacco heir Richard J. (Josh) region create farm of the land Everglades for lumber to'' I.

whose Doberman Pin-
,. .. Y Reynolds ttIF
155 cattle and he dealt
., crops a
Ii scher watchdog in hospital -
was a
: By MARTY SCHRAM I "Back in 1916. I was marriedto companied by her parents, smiling 5 for serious blow to the birds and I

: Nineteen adults, three chil- a British subject," Mrs. Be- and tightly clutching a min ;iAX a daylight tonsilectomy.The burglary occurred animals! who needed the water. : .M ______

:dren, and an elderly lady who zant told the Sun "and it was iature American flag and her at the exclusive Racquet .

:got married six years too early not until 1922-six years later naturalization certificate.The : Club where gunen slugged actress CHIMNEY

"became United States citizens that the U. S. government flag and scroll mementos Eva Gabor and robbed CORNERSby
:here yesterday. passed a resolution allowing its Busett
each citizen her of $25,000 in diamonds three : .
; Federal court Judge G. Har- citizens to marry foreigners and are presented new months ago.Reynolds WALKERFurniture
of the American
Told Carswell presided over the ,still retain their citizenship." by Revolution Daughters and the Civitan- and his wife discov- "Furniture 11 That's NW lUi A Joy Ave. :

naturalization c ere m o nies "So when I was married, I Club ered the burglary when they re To Live With" _
which united a globe-girdling was actually renouncing my .
collection of races creeds and citizenship at the same time." the 23 petitioners were

heritages under a common flag Mrs. Bezant and her husbandnow taking the oath of citizenship X Come One Come All! Entertainment:

-- the stars and bars of Old live at 2729 SW Archer friends and well wishers looked b at4.Y Have a Delicious Meal! During Dinner .

:Glory. Road. on from the courtroom gallery.] Hear ALL Candidates.- THE HIGHLANDERS

For 22 of the people being a '"In my own mind, I've always And among the anxious onlookers Vote for YOUR After Speakers .
U.S. citizen was something new. been an American," said Mrs. was Austin Colson, of Willis-
But one, Mrs. H. R. (Eva) Bezant., "But it's nice to offi- d3yvwLi Choice! His Dixieland BoysO.LD.FASHIONED

Bezant, had been there before. cially be recognized as a citi!ton.His Korean born wife Chong J ,

1 ..e........ .. zen." Nam, was declaring her alle- 1, .
Among the children naturalized -giance to the nation whose Army x<

; : was pretty, dark-haired An- uniform her husband was wear- .

; tied tonia Burnett, 8, adopted daughter ing when they met 10 years ago.I

--. ,"'It, ".r of Mr. and :Mrs. George L. "We were actually married r.
'... .... Burnett of Chattahoochee. An- twice," Colson said, "once Ko- ..ct
r .. .-. tonia, who was born in Nicaragua -rean-style in December, 1954
214 NW 13th FR 6-6472 I
left the courtroom ac- S. Em- I
AIM In ocaia and again in the U. I
bassy in Korea in July of 1956."

W. H. TOWNSEND & SONS I. Also among the new citizenswas Food magnate George Jenkins (left) chatted with

: WHOLESALE & RETAIL a former Dutchman, Eric Penny Sitzler and Edward V. McIntyre during Beta ", TS ilf o t rt
la Fontaine and his Austrian Gamma business
Sigma fraternity banquet last night.
wife, Johanna. The couple hat F 'XI DlXIik
PORTIONED MEATS been married in Holland and I More About _
have been living in the United

. States for "just over five '
2316 N.W. '6th Street Ph. 24386U. JenkinsFrom S BARBECUE and
years. >Ri
They have two U. S.-born chil-] I y ::

S. CHOICE or GOOD dren, and live in Inglis, wherela Page 1 ; POLITICAL RALLY -
Beef STEAKS Fontaine owns the Port Inglis i

Restaurant. i "A new president first settlesin "The management factoris S Sponsored by: BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL WOMEN'S CLUB
Club UF Law Professor Col Hay- his own mind exactly what likely to be one of the fastest

SIRLOIN 80c S TEAK . 69c ford 0. Enwall officially welcomed !- the corporate goals should be. growing competitive elementsin THURS., APRIL'9th, at 5:30 p.m.
{ the petitioners on behalf He has thereby inexorably start- today's and tomorrow's busi-

ROUND 79 [of the court. I ed the process of change." ness world." j! BOULWARE SPRINGS ON KINCAID ROAD
ST United States, enjoy -
"We in the
AK. 69c Speed of change will continue Jenkins made honor- CIRCUIT JUDGE PUBLIC DEFENDER District No. J
was an
a high standard of living. C. (Jimmy) Adkins Robert G. Justiss Dashwood Hicks
_ w' But cars, television, air conditioning -,to accelerate said Jenkins. The ary member of Beta Gamma R. A. CBwar) Green Edgar L Johnson

WJONE..89. and electric toothbrushes management teams of tomorrowwill and 15 others initi- COUNTY SOLICITOR, STATE REPRESENTATIvr District He. S
Sigma were
Ib A. Z.
BEEF 3 s. $1 I need more information less j- Adkins .Ir. Ralph Richard Turlington(Dick) Wilson Leiman
aren't everything. ated into the fraternity in cere- Batten
isolation and greater flexibilityto Sidney MartinREGISTRATION
ROAST 49c "They make life more pleas- monies held at the Student Serv- SUPERVISOR OF COUNTY JUDGE
STEW meet threats and to capitalizeon John L Connell SUPERINTENDENT OF t
don't themselves, PUBLIC :
39c ant, but they This their breakthroughs. ice Center. Mrs. Alma Bethea H. H. (Harry) McDonald INSTRUCTION i
Belled Rump 'create happiness. happi- SHERIFF HArry Evans f
All MeatSTEW ness comes from having free- CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT R. D. (Bob) Jordan W. S. (Tiny) Talbot J
72c J. I. Carmichael
ROAST. dom-freedom of each individ- Come Bring Your Friends! Joe Crevasse Fi !
ROAST 59c Sirloin TIPS 72c wishes." MILDRED 4: STATE ATTORNEY J.Pierce Smith Jack Zimmerman ,
with HAYDON and T. E. (Ted) Dunelll BOARD OF COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS Willard E. Williams :
: I
District No. 1 District
art No. a
C. McGriff
Couple's Perry
Arthur W.
- PORK Thompson
TAX COLLECTOR James S. Wershow Jasper Joiner
Set of TwinsMINNEAPOLIS BURNS'TONIGHT Shdlle. McKinney Claude Brandon Lassiter Mason

Center CurPork Frosty Morn DONATIONS: ADULTS $2.00CHILDREN $1.00

----i Chops 59c HAMS 47c (AP) The
: the James ALA
third set of twins for Tickets __ 'A AT THE
Spore I Strehlo family since early 1961 On Sale At: an d BARBECUE

: $1 (arrived Tuesday at Universityof
Chops 45c R BSd.: S361bs. Minnesota Hospital.The 105 W. UNIVERSITY AYE.NaS .

k two boys, 6 pounds 4 .
: BACON. 39c ounces and 5 pounds 10 ounces, :F
- 29c bring the family to a total of ---t -- ii
Spare eight children all under 6. 7:30 P.M.
i FRYERS 29c RIBS 3 lbs. $1 Strehlo, caretaker of a ceme- Pd. Adv.I I P : .,. /
tery in Mankato, Minn., said I

he and his wife, 32, had been -- .. .. .. .,.. .,. ., .. ., n -"- ,'...
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FREEZER MEATS CUT hoping for girls "but we don'treally : ::: \).::.\ "Ii:? : 11 :,: .-

WRAPPED & FROZEN care as long as they're % "I vj "' ,t, rJ1?! IPEOPLE .
<, vA
. U. S. CHOICE . lb. 48c healthy. R II 0"0 r 1 S &0 I
The other twins are Angelaand '..,. :;;:..:..."- ,. >> .,.,,?- -
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:"i U. S. STANDARD lb. 44c 8, 1962. Other children in the \J > ,", ,' : I.If = //A rAGe.
5 and Michael """ = "" fflF 'fr ...,. ._
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Wednesday, 8,1964 Gainesville Sun II

Harriman a TroubleshooterilWASHINGTON j

i Special This Week! "SUPER.RIGHT" Short Shank Smoked wbelt o< Half SJiced
(AP' ) President man and G. Mennen W'1I1iam,1 ': :; '' 'ICNICS lb. 3JcPI
Johnson has tagged W. former Democratic

Averell, Harriman with special Michigan, denied Johnson's ac-I

responsibility for African affairs tion will undercut Williams in 6 to 8lb.Average .
in event of any crisis in his post as assistant secretary
that turbulent continent. for African affairs. Rather they .! C N I C S 29C

This, according to State Department said, it will mean more supportfor
sources, is the reason Williams from a high level.

why the troubleshooting. undersecretary .I As the State Department now Drat A .;1;. LB. '
of state recently went
operates, Secretary of State
on.a.survey trip to West Africa Dean Rusk reigns with his two

.andrwiH.probably travel next to chief lieutenants, Undersecretaries 1 s'r, Special This Week! "SUPER-RIGHT" Heavy Western Beef Chuck
:East.Africa George W. Ball and Harriman !
Persons .close to both Hani who have regular duties .
as well as special assignmentsin I
Pursuant to Section S4J.W Florida explaining Harriman's new ROAS1SSre4349c
Statutes, notice I* hereby given
that the undmlflMd GAJL f. AV duties, State Department officials -
ERA doing txnlnes under the firm said
they know of
Mm 01- Selective Jury Service. no plans I f
Gainesville, Alachua County Florida, by Williams to resign. .
Intends to register said fictitious name I.
underthe provisions of the aforesaid J
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Itatut. IN COURT OF THE COUNTY JUDGE .,:__ "Super-Right" Full Cut
Florida this
16th. day GAIL of F.March AVERA A. 04 I'M. IN RE:IN The PROBATE.Estate of I i I PLAID "Super-Right" Shoulder Arm "Super-Right" Freshly Ground CHUCK STEAK. . .lb. 49c
(3172) 3, II, 2J/ 4:1. aIN BAILEY FINLEY WILLIAMSON I '" fft&b1t .
NOTICE. Deceased.OF INTENTION TO MAKE ': rIV STAMPS f Roast bone in. ib. 59c Beef 3-ib. Pkg. 1.29

IN AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY DISCHARGE With this Lean Fresh Ground "Super-Right"1 Sliced Cooked
Notice 1* hereby given that Dr. U. s. coupon r J purchase ofRenuxit I
RE: Estate of SINCLAIR have filed their final I Chuck . . I ib. 69 C Ham 59c"SuperRight"
MARY R. PHJFER/ report i Deodorizer . 6-oz.Pkg.:
Deceased I as executors of the estate of Bailey Fln- ............ 59c
_TO CREDITORS. i lay Williamson, deceased that they : '
Estate of have filed their petition for final discharge I JAX. 4-11-44 Select Skinned & Sliced Mel-O-Bit: Sliced
All creditor of the I
IMR.V..R.. PHI PER,' Deceased, are and that they will apply to the : Coupon good through Saturday, April 11 I Pimento-SWISS D e 1 Monte Sale!
hereby,notified and required to file Honorable H. H. McDonald. County, I i Steer Liver . Ib.. 49c Cheese Sharp 59cMorton's
Judge of Alachua lb.
demands which they may County Florida on L 83 Can Fruit Cocktail
claim or s -oz. )
any .
have against said Estate In the Officeof the 4th day of May 19", for approval __ __ ______ ____ __
Judge of Alachua C0unty of same and for an order of distri 8 h-oz. Can Blended Peas
the County bution\ and for final --= Frozen All Variety 11-oz. pkg. Cap'n John's Frozen BreadedDinners
Courthouse at discharge as executor -
Florida In the .1
of the estate of i ., 8Can: Seasoned Gr. Beans
Gainesville, Florida, within six (6) Bailey Finley '
calender-first publication months of from this the notice.date of Each the Williamson Dated March deceased.31, 1964. /:1' I;: . each 39c Cod portions 2-lb. Pkg. 99c 8 !4-oz. Can V.C. 511. Peaches
claim er-demand must be In writing DR. U. S. CORDON &ttG PLAIDSTAMPS : 8-0. Can Stewed Tomatoes
and must state the place of residenceand RUTH WILLIAMSON SINCLAIR 50 "Super-Right" Pure Pork, Frozen Fresh Headless ; 8 14 Can Whole Beets
As : -o%: ti .
postoffice address of the claim Executors of the estate of I I Bag. ::::::::::: ::: :
ant and must be sworn to by the claimant BAILEY, FINLEY WILLIAMSON ::::::;::::. $ : ::fI
will, become tilt agent.void or according his attorney to law.or It Clayton Arnow deceased., Duncan fc Johnston 1. "I Sausage Ibb pkg. 37c Shrimp . . lb. 79 t:::::: Mix Em ,.. ::
-WILLIAM H. CHANDLER P.O. Box 24Gainesville. I With this coupon and purchase of I .;:::::::::;:. or 00 !:: ;:t
William H. Chandler as Attorneys for, Florida Executors Score Clear large tube ,I SPECIAL. MAZOLACORN :ti:::::.::.::.:... Match 7 Cans $1 (..1.:: .
Executor of the Estate of .. 1 ::;::: (:::':':;"
(803)...4J Mary 1, R.15.Phifer 22 deceased.._ (3201) 4:1 15. 22 ; Hair Dressing .,....'. 79c i I :;:::r:;::=...., Ifm Only t l

NOTICETo 1 good through JAX. 41144Coupon 11 I 1t::::?
Saturday April
IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY You Whom are hereby It May notified Concern that: the follow ... iow; MH... .... j t Pint ( \i ........,.,:.::.JI t.:.::.:::: ;:-JI
JUDGE ALACHUA COUNTY FLCR ing described livestock: ----------_-________=__ : O. I L Botle 3 3 % .. ::::;;;.;;

IDA.RE IN: ESTATE PROBATE.IN OF. 350 One pounds red, grade with bun steer head, approximately and white -- -- -----. S ::...........::.::..::.:..:.,...................................::.:.::.::.:..ft..........t:
IDA MAE HENRY. legs Is now Impounded at Alachua ::::::::::::;:;:::::;:::::::::::::;::::::::::;::;:::::::::::
Deceased. County Jail. 913 SE.. 5th Street, : """""" ';""" "'*'_''"'"'""" _
To All Creditors and Person Having Gainesville Florida by J. M. Crevasse, 1 PLAIDSTAMPS
Claim or Demands Against Said Estate Jr., Sheriff, Alachua County Gainesville fft i
the :
: amount of damages ; ,
You' and each of you are hereby notified claimed by said Impounder Is NO 1 ;IV I :".:.:".:":.;: I ANN PAGE
and required to present any dollars. Fees and expenses for the feedIng / SPECIAL
claims and demands which you or eIther and care thereof and cost Incurred r With this coupon and purchase of : :::;:s FINE'
of you may have against the estate -' herewith are claimed. The above described I 6 Cans Any Variety Ann Page ; :::::::::::: BROAD or
.of IDA MAE HENRY deceased livestock will, unless redeemed 1/ BAKED 1-Ib.cans : :::.::.::.;:.::.:
late of said County, to the County:within three days from date hereof, be 1 / Ib.Each .
Judge of Alachua County, Florida at,offered for sale at public auction to the Beans ............ 6 for 79c t ( t t EGJAX G
County his office at In Gainesville.the court Florida house, of within said i highest and. M.best CREVASSE bidder for JR.cash.J. 4-11064'I P I E 3 9 ............
six calendar months from the time of'' Sheriff Alachua, County i**. Coupon good through Saturday, April 11 jf.\!\;
the first publication of this notice. Gainesville Florida i OODLES
Each claim or demand shall be in (32291 4:1 :_; ... ; ..< .... -j
writing, and shall state the place of ---_ .....- N
residence and post office address of .
the claimant, and shall be sworn 4o by SPECIAL: WHITE HOUSE INSTANT NONFAT DRY
the claimant, his agent, his attorney,
and any such claim or demand not so JOIN 1-1b. c
filed shall be void.WILLIE r *tHtiftUB$3& llfi 2 9
As administrator of the EstateOf : I 12 ::;:::: k

First publication deceased March 25 1964. IKE HOME TEAM : ,- tA\'. STAMPS ; M I L K 79ct llI ....;.::.::JSSYa.. ... -rrrr: :
(3171) 5:23 4:1, e. 13. Qt.Pkg.. f"mri1WHttRntgiW;M ",,,,,'-,,,, ,iM'ii'It

INVITATION TO BID Appian With this Way coupon and purchase of II .

Sealed bids will be received In the office I Regular 12V -ox. pkg. 1I

State of Office the Florida Building Park Gaines Service and 311 Pizza Mix .............. 43c I SPECIAL APPLE KEG APPLE ........
Adams Streets. Tallahassee Florida I H.:'::"
untU 10:00 A.M.. E.S.T.. May" IMi JAX 4-1144 ABU
for the following work at Magnolia Lake I d5 Coupon good through Saturday April II 1-Qt. MI N .itiE.... .

State STATE In Park Clay PROJECT at County.Keystone NO.Heights.W802MW1"RESIDENCE" Florida 1 l._________!;.I.__-_______.___:_a__:____1-,-:._..I 14-0z C = U TILfl'y ;;::i;:

-- u" J U I C E
Plans end specification for this protect : I
may be secured by writing to the Can"P
Florida Park Service. 311 State Office r..IwtI ..am 0 15
Building Gaines and Adams Streets. U s
Tallahassee Florida No plan deposit I
will Bids be shall required.be accompanied by. bid Sent your country and you eeretnotity s e .", STAMPS Ann Page 'Special! J. Parker Gold or Marble Pound rlf
guarantee of not less than five per centS coupon and purchase of i
which( per shall cent) of be the a amount certified of check the bidI or I YOUR NATIONAL I MwFm ': Whipped 1-Ib. ctn. Mayonnaise qt. jar 49c, Cake. 1-lb.9-0.%:. loaf 49c 12 S4iz s'. I

cashier's check made payable to the. Margarine ............ 31 c 1 a e $28 8 f::.
Owner.Florida A Bid Park Bond Service will not reserves acceptable.The the 1 JAX. 4-11-44 in 1: Cabot Brand Special! Jane Parker 1'A-lb. ea. WIth COve r .{:::.:....:.;.:
right to relect any and all bids and to GUARD i Coupon good through Saturday, April 11 I : : .. ::::::::::::
accept the Flerlda.bid to the best Interest of the t Charcoal I So-.1b. bag 89c Blueberry Pie ea. 49c ::;;;;:::;::::l';::::.;::;-w;:;;:;;::.=;;;:.M';:;::;:;.;.;:;:; ::;:=.::.::..........=........, ::.;::;;;

State of BY FLORIDA:Director N. I!.PARK MILLER SERViCe JR. Co. B, let Bn, 187th Armor ------'- 3 HP 4-CycIe Country Boy Special! Jane Parker Glazed :;;;:;:,:X 1 it i ftitf tlfl t!ffffff![ .

(322 1 4:1, M FR 6.6608
? Donuts. 39c
-. Lawn Mowers ea. 4995 box of 12
i-9(: ..M." !

": /i 2s t1tb PLAIDSTAMPS .' I I i Specials !! Jane Parker Choc., Orange P'nut Butter or Comb. Creme Sandwich

:" .A Financing Plan for Every Need With this coupon and purchase of '! ..
I .., Betty Crocker Ilb.os.. pkg. I

Pie Crust Mix ........ 45c I-1b 8 .
JAX. 4-11-44 i iI Q%. GO

I Coupon good through Saturday, April 11 I Ic i 'DLI'I' s.

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1 I With this coupon and purchase of aI iI j 29
I Gold Medal Plain or Self-Rising i LB.

/ Flour .... 5 Ib. bag 59c : ioo EXTRA '
JAX. 4-11-44 >.; PICKLE PATCH Hamburger
Coupon good through Saturday, April\ 11 ; Sliced Dill I I Pickles .......... 22-oz. Jar 29c

.' .. ,H'' .;.;. '" H .to : -
> '

f Corn Meal................. :.1 1/i1 -1b. pkg. 20c
'' T'" -, .
MVBJ aiB iB-KVMa iti a1iBBMjl25fcfrtt and the. -Purchase of 3 of the .
> With This Coupon any Vanilla Wafers ............ 12-oz. pkg. 29c.
ikF I Produce items listed below .
I / ,, DEL MONTE Light Meat .

I STAMPS 1 3-LB. BAG YELLOW ONIONS .................. 29c Chunk Tuna ........,....2": 61/ -oz. cans 49cBORDENS

I: With this coupon and purchase of I 5-LB. BAG FLORIDA ORANGES ................ 49c

I: Ann Page Garlic or Onioc 1 5-LB. BAG FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT ...,...,.. 55c Mashed Instant .. ::
I Potatoes ........ 5-oz. pkg. 25cBOROEN'S
1 Iii Salt i/2-oz.. bottle 19c I 4-LB. BAG WINESAP APPLES .................... 55c I -

;:rMfi JAX. 4-11-44 POTATOES ....... ... .. 49c -.
1.. Coupon good through Saturday, April t1 10-LB. BAG WHITE .. '.,
I: I I Instant Potatoes ......,. 4-oZ. pkg. 41 c
I[w --I .Coupon Good through April 11 Chocolate.

--- --Nr-- ---------.11. :.J Candy Hershey-ets .."....".. 1-lb, pkg 49c
Java Only /aid Stamps

GROWTH PRESERVES. . . ._. 2.1b. jar 69c r .r ,..e. Get flrte Gifts Faster Got SW 2Itd Aye.
rlce. In tf'IIs' A4vtrtlsemlftt
1t# GtCAT At1ANTIC i PACIFIC TEA COMPANY. NC ore good tlVougit
Perfect With Pork" LAUNDRY BlEACH LUSTER CREAM Concentrate AprIl II. laturay

Cranberry Sauce cS.loroxGoI. Shampoo A a rn.ff1ir' .Jesed Men.7 P.M.Tbru :::4,

1-2 Clot T11urs. and
provides money for 3 of the most 8Sc S a P.M.
important expenditures of young 1lb. can 29c 43c 67 c Large jar CJoH'S l .M&

American families .

E Medical.. home furnishings home improve Lux Wisk
Food Surf Rinso BluE Liquid
menta...now you can meet all your family need Chop Suey Cat .
-all at once-with the Associates Familj 12oz. %. Pint Quart

costa Growth: into Financing one convenient Plan. We'll monthly combine paymenti all you i I-lb. eon 37 C a 4 6-oz. cans 59c 1.1b.4-oz. pkg. 26e 3.Jb. 7.0%:. pkg. 59c 35c 6Se 41 e 7Sc

eliminate multiple interest charges. j .
The Associates let DIXIE CUP KEYSTONE Sterns & Pieces COLGATE DASH
you grow and build your VAllEY Gal Always Serve Well O\illed' -
future now; you pay comfortably, while "Ocean Splay Juste";
income grows. yow Frozen Drinks ktii Refills I Mushrooms Dental Cream Dog Food

There: are over 600 Associates offices coast-to oc

I II' coast.Qne! v nearyou.S top in.phone or write today 6-oz.tan: 1 Oc Pint bottle 29c S-o%:. .. 50 ct. 35c 2-oz. 21 C 4 33e Giant tube 46e 2 1-lb.cons 33e

I .

; r A' FINANCE INC. Breeze Fluffy All wan Liquid MAp TO KETCHUP 14-0:. bot. 2/35c.

15-oz. 2-lb..6"Z. 1-Ib.8-oz. 3 Ib.l-oz. 12-oz. 1-pt. 6-oz, Ann age
pkg pkg. pkg. pkg.

1321 N. Main Street, GAINESVILLE..372.2551 35c 81 c 39c 79c 3-lb. pkg. 79c 3Sc 65c PEANUT BUTTER 1-lb. 8-oz. jar 59c

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,12 Gainesville Sun Wednesday April 8, 1964

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;Alaska. ReliefFormidable ,. ; i ::iB.r

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Task :

By JOE RIG RT i without pay. The Japanese gov-!
ernment and Pope Paul VI each
'sent $10,000. The Methodist
Thirty-five refugees from the Council of Bishops declared
of 40 miles
village Portage
April 5 Alaska
Earthquake Appeal
southeast of here, are staying in
a log lodge called' "Diamond Red Cross and Salvation
Jim's." Army spokesmen said further N ; .
An Anchorage grade school shipments of food and clothing
home for 266 Indians from Ko- right now would only cause
diak Island transportation, storage and handling -
Thirty-eight villagers from problems. Instead, they Buy 3 Ires1
Chenega are living in a.churchat said, Alaskans need cash with' \ 1 ;
Cordova. which to repair, rebuild and refurnish :
These are examples ,of how: their homes and buy l ; I
Alaskans and relief agenciesare I food and clothing.No IIl..1'I S
caring for those left home- one has estimated how :
less by the earthquake and tidal many were left homeless. The : price
waves of March %7. Red Cross says preliminary t
Disaster workers call it one surveys indicate nearly 10,000 ; f :' ?
of the most unusual and difficult -persons lost at least household
relief operations of recent items. The agency says the
times. Faced with poor communications disaster destroyed,an estimated G, aai t. ,,
and great distances, 390 or more homes, did major :
relief forces have relief on helicopters damage to 380 others and minor i r I' + '
: :
planes, trucks, autos damage to 580.
and foot travel to bring aid. In Washington Monday, Gov. \ Ites
Money and other contributionshave William Egan estimated dam- I
poured in from around the age amounted to at least $750.
country. A 7-year-old New..Jersey million. \
boy offered an Easter'bas The biggest problems cl aU- \ :
ket. Portland lumbermen donated -finding jobs for the jobless and I COMPLETE I A
a'shipload of lumber and permanent r"f es for the home.
longshoremen offered to load it less-are ahead. I ,1

I. What's Oklahoma Like i 'SET OFif rt 1

::3 Years After Prohibition? \ 1+

OKLAHOMA CITY Okla. trol Board, concedes that liquor \\L 1
'(AP-The bootlegger has become sales have risen since repeal, \ / Pfuis >ri feftr tires
part of Oklahoma's nostal- but claims there is less public 1
gic past. drunkenness and crowds are 9 .,.f]
Whisky, never really bard to less boisterous. *
find in this state observed its I Nlul ftlnf
; .p r
fifth legal birthday Tuesday. j 111 iJ1 .R/IElTONe T
Negro CopsSuspended I ?%
In a special election on April
7, 1959, Oklahoma voters repealed p,
prohibition and put 2,500 ;

bootleggers out of work. HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (AP) _
Since then, legalized liquor 1
has grown into a $50 million Three Negroes, the first and I
business in Oklahoma and has only members of their race to .f"rsto: t

-produced enue. $33 million in tax rev- become have been Huntsville suspended.policemen,,;. "

Prohibition was written into IP .
the state constitution when Ok- Police Chief Floyd'Dyar said
lahoma became a state in 1907. he suspended the men Monday I t

There were a half dozen repeal when they refused to leave his 1 SAFETVCHAMPIONNVLON
elections. But the drys always
office after discussing com-
I t :
won.Their only concession came in plaints about working condi-
America's Favorite
1933, when 3.2 or low-point beer tions. He said he had told the 1 Replacement Tirelj!
was legalized.Then men that the grievances wouldbe i"
Howard Ed- referred to the Council "0
in 1958, J. City ( l FIRESTONe ; -
mondson, Democratic candidatefor police committee.A L; ArET'rCRAMPlaN"'NYJO'N

governor, promised to crack two-thirds vote of the five ._" _TUBELESS, _BLACKWAL; ; !? .
down the bootlegger and push
on l s rice Each 4tH' -
council members is required to SIZE ,
for repeal. uphold the suspension. !at 3 Tirest TIRE. I.
When Edmondson took officein
1959, he ordered law officersto S 0
dry up the state. Police didn't AVERAGE AMERICAN INCOME 6.00-13 18.15 00.00

eliminate illegal whisky, but I t; Y" 6.50-13 $t 9.25 00.00
made it harder to getandmore
expensive.The The average income of American 1 S 6.50-15 $2t.40 '00.00

1959 legislature followedup families rose to $7,140 in RI 6.70-15 $2t.80 00.00
1962 from $6,920 in 1961. In 1947it
with a call for a repeal election if 7.1015 24.95 $00.00
and the wets won by 85,000 was $4,130. '
votes. An easy way to increase your
Prohibitionists claim that Oklahomans family income is by selling $00.008.0O..15

now buy and drink Make a list then phone 372-8441 7.50-14 $2f.80 00.00
more whisky than ever before. things you aren't using with the I t f 1/
TRoy Parham, director of the I Gainesville Sun Classified Ads. 8.0014 $24.95 00.00 neIt

State Alcoholic Beverage Con- to place your ad. I I / 8.50-14 .27.35 tOQ.OO :3


3.50 MORE EACH (first three tires) All tires mounted FREE !


( Nder. ,yf: $1 0 ti,i"1Nb LIMIT77 GUAR NTEE": :

.. | is honored by thousands and thousands of Firestone dealers and stores in the United States & Canada..wherever you travel

... s I against defects in workmanship.and materials ...replacements are prorated on tread wear% Your Firestone GUARANTEE provide* Q -cl'I., : i cc;. 1
9 \[ and road hazard injuries (except repairable and based on Firestone price current at time protection dozens i of road against hazards tire failure like these from tJ + Jf, A
CottUt Cans Curbs Chuckholes Metal Stones
for the life
punctures) of the original tread. of adjustment.

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Rust-resistant top, :
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pv l Plastic flipnap
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Brilliant red per customer CaC

,'\ and yellow Additional balls 1.00 Each -
Pardon us for tooting our I enamel fin'- .,. .
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'"t\ .;.,..-' a harmonious idea. Visit us now Liquid center cork front wheel bearings

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i Hillsborough Co. trophy

L for most valuable
4 y v a tip.
eager: center Jimmy

I watee" Morgan, Attorney Gen-
eral James Kynes and
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halfback Hagood Clarke.
: Morgan and Clarke

were co-winners of
- the Fergie Ferguson

/ I { a : <; award as most valuable

gridders. Righ, UF head
football coach and athletic -
# director Ray Graves

'J heaps praise on speaker

n_ Noah Langdale seated,
in his introduction. (Sun

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0; Dupree Named Laptain at .t/A All-Sports Banquet I

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By JOE HALBERSTEIN back Hag 0 od Clarke, co- Oliver award' as most valu- that what a nation honors it ,needed to preserve and of the other varsity sports Sloan presented the Hillsbo-

Son Sports Editor winners of the coveted able swimmer. also must ,cultivate. Thus, the strengthen it: and members of his own rough Co. award to Highley *

Larry Dupree, senior full- Fergie Ferguson award as Athletics Defense strong emphasis .on athleticsin Mast Try football staff. Coaches introduced Oliver presented his own
back from Macclenny, will most valuable gridders; John Noah Langdale, president 6! the United States. He said The Georgia educator saida their team captains who award to Livingston and the

captain the University of Flor- Whatley, sophomore tack 1 e Georgia State Teachers College that a nation must have its main lesson.in life today is sat at a special table. They Matherly award. Whatley w snot

ida football team this season. from Tampa, the Matherly presented< his now-fa heroes to idolize or perish. that a persOn must try, no' included Morgan, last year's present to receive the lat

Coach Ray Graves an- award as best scholar (all mous talk in defense of athletics ,And athletics helps produce ,matter what his endeavor may football captain; Highley, bas- ter. Jimmy Kynes, attorney
nounced Dupree's selection by A's and one B); Mont High- and the ideals of the heroes for people in all walksof be. "We have to fight the ketball; Jim D u n c an, base- general of the State of Flori-

his mates at last night's all- ley, basketball team captain, United States. The inspira- life. good fight," he said.H. ball; Bill Tym, tennis; Pete da, presented the Ferguson

sports fete at'the Student Serv- the Hillsborough Co. UF alumni tional speaker bad a message Dr. L a n g dale emphasizedthat ..P. Constans, professor of Rowe,. track; Richard Leckey, award.

ice Center. The popular full chapter award as most for all athletes, whether foot- hard work, honorable speech, served as toastmasterfor golf; Charles Goodyear, cross Rev. Tom G. Mitchell, First

back's s e 1 e c tion was by an valuable eager; and Jerry Liv- ball, basketball, baseball, golf,, conduct, private property built the fete. Varsity coaches country; and L i v i ngston., Methodist Church, gave the in-
overwhelming majority. ingston swim team cap- tennis, track or swimming the United States into the gave short resumes of their swimming. vocation. Dinner music was

Other laurels went to cen- tain and three time All- participants., great country that it is today. seasons. Sloan Presented provided by the Delores Stan-
ter Jimmy Morgan and half- America, winner of the Tex He told the UF's young men And these attributes still are, Graves introduced coaches UF cage coach Norman ton trio.

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By JACK HAND It is about time for another Pesk yof the Boston Sox hesi --..." 1
x I NEW YORK (AP) It has pennant.for the Red Birds who tated. LARRY DUPREE

I been 18 long, dry years since haven't been in a World. Series Grid Leader
Than Others I the St. Louis Cardinals won a since 1946 when Enos'Slaughter; Here's the way it looks from
Wednesday, April 8, 1964 ;+; i National League pennant. The made his famous dash home: here:
drought is over. Despite the retirement -from first base while Johnny 1. St. Louis

; : X. ; I of Stan Musial, they 2. Los Angeles
VV :
The University of Florida football squad of 1964 elected itself V I will scramble home first this PowerboatsRoar 3. San Francisco St. AugustineEdges

a captain recently. And when Gator head coach Ray season in another typical cutthroat 4. Philadelphia

Graves announced last night at the all-sports banquet that struggle.The 5. Milwaukee

fullback Larry Dupree will lead the team next fall, the ac- GHS. TriumphsOver world champion Los An- AwayIn 6. Cincinnati Starke

ceptance applause was tremendous, as one would expect. geles Dodgers will be in it. So 7. Chicago
will San Francisco, Philadel- RaceMIAMI 8. Pittsburgh

What many Gator sports followers may not have realized, phia and Milwaukee. Cincinnati Big, 9. Houston In Big Inning
10. New YorkIn
the football who could be a factor. Even Pitts-
and it's quite possible that some of players Palatka
( ) A small but the American League
voted for Dupree have not completely realized it either, the burgh and Chicago are possibil-I fleet you STARKESt.. Augustine
I mighty of 34
powerboats start with New York and work
ities. Houston and the
UF has a football captain cast in a different mold. Only poor pushed
was ready to roar away from down. In the National you open over three runs in the
Gainesville High- School registered ville. GHS now has a 3-6 record old classed.New York Mets appear out. the starting line at 7 a. m. with New York on the bottom fifth inning to score a com e-

Larry Dupree is a better man than anyone else on the UnI- its finest baseball victoryof for: the season. Wednesday in the eighth annual and work up. Not even the plush from-behind 5-4 baseball win
versity of Florida football squad at present. That is, a bet. the season last night with a No Repeater 184-mile race from, Miami to.Shea Stadium can rescue the

ter man based on the natural. tools;be has had to work with- ,- 3-0 triumph over Palatka, _defending Freeman Palatka If ab 3 0 r 0 h_Peek Gainesville, 2b ab 31 r h 0 Nobody has repeated in thiswellbalanced Nassau. Mets from a third straight yearin over Starke yesterday.It .
his accomplishments, his desire and his conduct. state Class A champion, Whitaker 'rf 3 01 b-Hipp; 26 100 I league since Milwaukee A rough voyage and a stern the cellar. Houston may bea was the second win for
Perry cf 202 Summerlin rf 2 0 0 in
at Harris Field. 195758. Four differ-
Stevens ib 300 Pavelka 1b 41 1 test of man and boat were in bit better but not enough to the
In Its up-and-down football history the UF has had its Wayne Rick turned in a three- Miller Emerson ss, 300 300 Roberts ss 3 01 ent teams have won in the last prospect. The Weather Bureau catch the rest. Yellowjackets in two
c Guenther 301
share of ,great football: leaders and some pretty poor hitter for the win. It was his COrwin, 30 200 Culpepper, c cf 100 four years starting with Pitts- forecast winds gusting at 20 St. Louis has the league's games this season with the Tor
second straight shutout as he a-Hall 100 Eckdahl, If 300 burgh in 1960. With the nados.
exce.ption Starke now is 5-2
Payne, p 200 Leggett 3t 211 knots and seas three to five feet all-star infield, a top young on
blanked Jacksonville Jacksonon Lewis 2b 200 Rick 200 of the Colts and Mets, only
...... p_ catcher in Tim McCarver and the season.
two hits last Friday. Totals 24 0 1 Totals ..... 2434 the Cardinals, Phils and Cubs tall.Even
A-Flied to Center for Corwin In 7th. if the wind died 'added pitching strength in Roger -
Rick, a junior, struck out nine B-Lined to 38 for Peek In 6th. have failed to make the gradein com Starke led 4-2 going into the
Palatka '............... 000000 0-3 pletely, forecasters said, the Craig to help Bob Gibson,
and gave up only one walk as Gainesville _.......... 002001 x-3 the last six years. ocean will be rouglk The winds Ernie Broglio and Curt Sim- fifth and Emmett Akridge was

t o. 1 he kept the Braves under con- have been blowing so hard late- I mons. Much depends on a come- pitching a tight game. The Yel-

trol.The strong-armed GHS hurler Polo GroundsTo ly, it would take; several days !back by pitcher Ray Washburnand lowjackets got their big rally
for the sea to calm. The race the ability of Charlie James
got[ the edge he needed in the going with one out on a hit by
was to be delayed only in the and rookie Johnny Lewis or
yb third inning when his mates Guy Batsel, hit batter, field-
event of small craft warnings Carl Warwick to make the
came up with two runs off Pa- which would mean too much grade as regulars in the outfield er's choice, walk and a two-run
atka hurler Charlie Payne. Come DownNEW
Got Life danger for the racers. with Curt Flood. single by Rogero.

ones, too. Just glancing through the list, one spots names suchas Dick Peek led off for GHS I "What it will take to win." I Gaudy Averages Don Falcon and Dwight Elder -

"Dummy" Taylor, Rex Farrior, Robbie Robinson, Ark with a life on an error by the YORK AP-Its short Meadows stadium, the aging said race chairman Sherman Pitching again must do the both
had for the los-
Newton, Edgar Jones, Lamar Sarra, Rainey Cawthon, Red catcher. Lee Summerlin sacrificed -foul lines and obstructed views I sports arena appears doomed to Crise, "is guts- 'and -a.- .s. dyboal" heavy work for the Dodgers, ing Tornadoes.triples Falcon had
Julian Lane Water Mayberry, Jimmy
Bethea Chuck Rogers, ,
him to second. EdVPavelka with Koufax and Don
scorned and fans Sandy
by players keep its date with the workers.
Kynes, Steve DeLaTorre, Don Fleming, Bill Hood. They were The record of three hours:20 three of his team's six hit s.
then doubled to deep left-center the load. If
: for years, New York's Polo One of the boasts of the Mets' Drysdale carrying Mark Hamilton relieved Akridge
fine leader, scoring Peek. Pavelka took Grounds comes tumbling to the minutes, 21 seconds set past they make it again it will be
new park is the absence of ob-
for Starke in the sixth and fan-
Odell Lewis of Sara-
third on the throw-in. Rick ground this week- ally. structed views year by razor thin because Walter Al-'
and bet
you can ned five of the six batters he
sota, Fla., over a sea as smoothas
Different Guenther doubled to ston must about catcher
His right-
Leadership The announced
city Tuesdaythat the builders planned that with a table top appeared certainto faced in the next two innings.
center, scoring Pavelka. long-planned demolitionof Polo Grounds' spectators in Johnny Roseboro's condition.The .
Dupree is going to bring a different kind of leadership with GHS added its final run in the I the famous old sports arena mind. More often than not fans tive stand weather in view conditions.of the prospec-' Giants have been rippingthe Starke jumped off to a 2-0

him. He is not the fiery type the Gators would have had in sixth. Steve Leggett doubled will start Friday and with it will there found themselves peeking of Cactus League competitionto l lead jn the first and added two
1958 had halfback Bernie Parrish stayed around to cocaptainwith down the right field line. Rick go a carload of memories. from behind girders and polesto Lewis was a member which a shreds while compiling gaudy more in the fourth.:

Fleming. He also is not a bullying type, a driver. walked and after Brian Hipp Thomson's homer heard round watch the action. : Mercury racing team .400 batting averages and be-
lined out, Summerlin walked to passed up this year's event. having like men with a mission.It The Tornadoes will play at
The admitted country boy from ,Macclenny knows only one load the bases. Pavelka grounded the world. .. Merkle's boner at But for all its shortcomings,!. Fromthe starting line- off.. remains to be seen if rookie Macclenny Friday in their next
way to be a leader. And that is to gin 100 per cent of him- to the third baseman whose second base Dempsey the old park will be missed by Miami, the boats were to cross Jim Hart and Jay Alou will game.St. .
all times. knocked out of the ring by F'U'po Bleacherites were a fraternity the north-rushing Gulf Stream
self at many.
throw to second was dropped, make it and whether Bob Hend-
.AwustiM ab r bStarka ab r k
Mays' backtotheplatecatch and
of the Bahama
and one of fans a portion
Leggett scoring. group ley and Bob Shaw will be the Vaughn If 400 Falcon, ss 421
It doesn't sound like much, maybe, ,But there are few who Wertz. the feats of
Errorless Ball : on who gathered in deepest right bank, then make a final run tonic the staff needs. Bated, 3b 411 Cale.l If 410
last year's Georgia Mathewson Ott and HubbelL.. Slater c-lb 310 Reddish, cf 31 1Brgmlnn
forget game.
can ,
field formed the Section Five down the deep Northwest Provi- ,
I GHS played errorless ball Actually, the club that has a p-C 3 21 McLeod 3b 301
Fans will remember the Gators went into that game witha while the Braves, losing only Ruth's 51 homers when the Club, named after the section dence Channel to Nassau. long shot chance is Philadel- Jones Davis., 2D If 200 301 Elder HamMon c, lb-p 21 300
Yankees there all
sad 3-3-1 ,record losses to LSU (Homecoming) and Auburn their second game of the season, are part of the legend of Coog- they: sat in. I harbor. I phia. Gene Mauch has the pitch WHIms Hasty rf 1b3 210 0 0 Waters c-WtJBams, rf 100 100
directly behind them. Morale was low. Playing personnel was committed three. ing with the addition of Jim Rogero u 302 Sanderson rf 000
an's Bluff. ...... VU ,
near the bottom of the barrel, due to injuries. The 'Canes play at Ocala Jack Bunning and enough hitting if Totals AJuMge Bennett, 20 p-2o 300 200
Friday night at 7:30 and then A low-rent housing project 1 his front line can remain intact Frfck, lb 100
GOLF ......
with his ailing knee acting up again, was one of ly Totals 244'
homes for
take on Jacksonville Jacksonat providing 1,6141ami- Rookie Richie Allen must con- A-Wed out for Waters in tth.
Then the crushing blow mentally, of the ..........
those hobbled. came St. Augustine 001 1300-1
lies will the 17
Jacksonville 2 p.m. Saturday in Jackson- occupy acres tinue his fine spring work. Stark .................. 2020000-4
loss of a new-born child, on the eve of the annual once called home by baseball'sNew
struggle with the Bulldogs. York Giants and more recently LONG PUTTS

that Frances Mason, by the New York Mets. -tHnc... Dave Powers Tops ActionIn
When one likes to talk about triumphs over adversity, f't.tf"rOF
Georgia game has to be tossed into the arena. The Red and Thomas Marked for demolition after ='f'Ul I
Brenda 9 CAUSE
Black ,actually did a commendable job of stopping Florida'sNo. the Giants moved to San Fran- or OCCUR AN / iI \ Industrial With 609
1 running threat. Except when it counted. !cisco in 1957, the old park got a E-FFORf Ot&HK g ... V 11.1'H \ .
Vie in Tourney temporary pardon from the t.ONGI ON6 r: \ w
Dupree played as well he could under a double burden of bulldozers when the Mets were -n-IAN E41ZAIHERac.GW. GE'ME: .I" 0- I Dave Powers of McKinney. Earl Wooley made the 5-10 split
an injury and the knowledge of the tragedy. He also played Frances Mason, medalist in born in 1962. When Shea Stadi- CUP ON 1'i1 t r 1 ," Green ,Insurance topped the Industrial and Gene Saute converted the

hard, giving his all on every carry. And the memory of the qualifying, will play Brenda um failed to be completed in WtttPtJ1'f FO A5PO'f ; League at Palm Lanes 5-7-9 twice.
the tremendous ovation that he got from the fans late in the :J FEEL SHOR? last night with a 609 series. He
in first-round Elizabeth
Thomas -
a time for the 1963 season, the of 1KE iot.E AND r James McCoy came up witha
game for a masterpiece of a 55-yard run for a touchdown that Adkins tourney match for Polo Grounds again escaped &&tD AVWI7 GOIH& r had 228177204. 650 series in the Twi-
was nullified when a sharp-eyed official ruled he stepped out MOKE THAN 3 fS.eCaectg Lud Padusnak of McKinney-
9-hole at
in the
women group the[ wreckers. M1n4E cuP rays light League at Palm Lanes.
of bounds still is fresh. Green rolled a 604 on 181-225-198.
the Golf, and Country Club. &WE6 MeA6-
Bruce Roberts had 258
a single
With construction nearly fin-
IM WHICH TOAU3 ) John Garrett, Birdsey Feed
Dupree's value that day was more psychological than, Players with first-round byes ished on the new Flushing ,1o9 1'H Mills had a 598. Bill Schroeder -: game high. John Maaaro made
physical. His personal woes welded the Gator football team include Mercedes Mose ley, FEE1 AWAy' wlm A V the 5-7 spirt.Daley.
Birdsey, bad a 245 high
into a unit, determined to produce victory in his honor. Frances Head, Florence Crosby, GeX'P. 'g'NNE,NM'A'I.50MEWiLd. V V.

Florida not only did beat Georgia but it also beat Miami and Joanne Woodward, Betty game.McKinney Green regis- Named
Florda State to turn the disaster of that 3-3-1 into a respectable Clardy[ Lou Bell and :Margaret Tech tered 3127 on 1003-1015-1104 with

6-3-1 finish. Storm.Second round of qualifying for 4 SEC Quints latter game high for the night Top Writer
( Gainesville Shopping Center

That Extra Something the tourney annual is set club tomorrow.championship ATLANTA (AP) Although o! had 978101910153012.Two Splits SALISBURY, N.C. (AP) -

Sportscaster Chris Sbe&kel of
Georgia Tech is leaving the
Dupree had much to do with the wins over Miami and FSU, Three Lose Southeastern Conference / George Summers made the I the Columbia Broadeaitfeg System
just as he did against Georgia and as he has done in virtually on 5-7 and 3-7-10 splits, Fulton and New York Times
June 30 the Yellow Jackets will
every major triumph the Gators have racked up the past ; In Baseball retain four, SEC teams on their A1hOINJRe IK C1""f1.UJ.Jo.r Minnick, 5-7-9; and Herman! sports writer Arthur Daley were

two seasons. Schroeder, 278. named by their colleagues
1964-55 basketball schedule. hH01ZtEg PLt1a.J as
Santa Fe bowed to Orange \?N16H: 1 FIND 13"r Bob Sloan sparked the Sperry top in their field Tuesday
An All-Southeastern Conference pick both as a sophomoreand 51JE
Park 14-1 Williston lost to Dun- Assistant Athletic Director GUI I IJE HOC.EANV Second Shift League at Palm
junior, Dupree's modesty, dependability, and continued "fiiG uNc Mori
He had
with 629 series.
nellon 20-0 and Trenton -Tonto Coleman listed the fouras t3a a
by a score EA51LY.
determined effort to do his best should cast him in the and .
I 201-246-182 with the Daley were presented
was blanked 9-0 by Mayo Auburn, Georgia, Tennesseeand -4 :
mold of one of the UF's finer football
captains. yesterday in baseball contests Mississippi State. He said I game best single of the night. awards at the

If,as they say, the captain Is supposed to set the example? involving area schools. the Jackets will not play Kentucky Jim King bad a 533 an Chuck annual dinner of the National

Dupree well may shame the remainder of the Gator squad in- Box scores were unreportedthe and Vanderbilt next 3iri !. K,'x-twK ICWAC0 Buck 520. Scrapers had a 1461 Sportscasters and Sportswriters
to kind of series and a 556 high game.: Association.UF .
the pride it takes to be a big_winner. games. season.

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_I Vern Law Firing Straight : n. Jack., Arnie Favored More

By JIM BECKER 90 players will tee off Thursday Byron Nelson won in 1937 at to Guldahl in 1939 and winnerin
_ In Pitching Comeback BidBy "'ii'J'ii' AUGUSTA, Ga.' (AP) "Ona In pursuit of Nicklaus, the defending the age of 25. 1949 and 1952, is rated a genuine

: dry course we spot them six champion. The big, PastCwnps chance. He shot a 69 in a
b:: strokes. When it's wet it's blonde Ohio Golden Bear is aim- Tuesday practice round.
MIKE RATHET York Mets. Lolich scatterednine 'lees to a 4-3 decision over the < For the first time in
: '. ..hL eight. Ing to be the first player ever many Palmer had a 72, and admit
Associated Press Sports Writer hits, striking out 11, as he :Los Angeles Dodgers. So estimated Billy Casper, for- to repeat.He years, all the living past cham- ted he hit some drives farther
Pittsburgh right-hander Vern went the route in the Tigers' 4-1 I Jim Maloney pitched eight in- mer Open champion and one of pions are on hand. Ralph Gut than any he ever hit before.
Law, a respected elder in the victory over Houston. nings and stroked three singleas :.'_ .' ;:... '' the golfers rated a chance to cut was the youngest player dahl, the 1939 winner and one- Nicklaus had a 71, as did Cas
Mormon Church,. has run afoul Lee Thomas drove in his 29th Cincinnati beat Phfladelph! t.i:; : ":y l't.r i '. Y"'';ii\ ..down long-hitting Jack Nicklausand ever to win the Masters last time undisputed king of golf, is
of baseball Jaw.Cont1nu1ng !run of the spring in the Los &4, the Chicago White Sox toe : Arnold Palmer in the 28th year. If he repeats at the age of. on hand for the first time since per.Mason Rudolph of Clarksvillc.
his impressive Angeles Angels' 3-2 triumph advantage of Norm Siebern's :: : : Masters Golf Tournament be- '
IiiiJIi 24 he will be the second young 1947.Old Tenn., who is a possible title
pitching in a comeback bid, the singled home the winning run error and went on to defeat : :.1 gining Thursday. est, too. Sam Snead, 51, runner-up threat, also had a 69.
Deacon hurled six innings of as Minnesota edged Washington Baltimore 3-1 and the Chicago Casper finished his first practice
perfect ball Tuesday in the Pi- 5-4 and Harry Bright's two-run Cubs rode four unearned runs VERN LAW : round over the Augusta Na-

rates' 3-2, 10-inning exhibition double led the New York Yan- to a 4-2 victory over Boston. Back_in Form tional Course Tuesday and said:I Robertson Lucas Attack

... loss to St. Louis, an effort that ---I "If ever a golf course was
should have thrown Law into AMERICAN LEAGUE PICKS bunt for Nicklaus and Palmer,!

*" the spotlight for one of thegame's .- this is it And when it's wet it's
... Keeps Royals in PlayoffsCINCINNATI
biggest plums-an open-. more so.
ing day assignment. Yankees Far Superior The course was soaked Mon. .. -- -
But the big book of baseball day. A muggy, overcast Tues
.... law has thrown him a curve. i day didn't do much to put any I I (AP-Cincin- Boston, winner of t he firstthree I told the team to just relax and

The one-time 20-game winner I By JOE REICHLER infield is the best and our catching ing pitching, tut lack the tight roll back in the fairways. More I nati's one-two punch of Oscar in the best-of-seven set, play their normal game' saidRoyals'
and hero of the Pirates' 1960 NEW YORK (AP-As im- is the best," he said. "And defense so vital to a pennant I showers were expected today. Robertson and Jerry Lucas was in position to take its eighth Coach Jack McMahon.
World Series triumph decided pregnable as Fort Knox and al- our pitching is better than it winner. They were eighth in Anything can happen for the powered the Royals to a do-or- straight 'divisIon title Tuesday "Small Adjustments""We
night but ended the short only made some small
last year to retire-temporarily most as rich, the New York was last year.'' fielding last year and the switch: tournament, since the locals say die up on
fourth-game victory both offense and
over end of the score 102-93. adjustments on
at least In accordance with that Yankees are so far superior to The Yankee outfield trio of at first from Vic Power to Bob I''"we usually get one day of rain, the Boston Celtics in the Eastern The series to Boston defense.
decision, Law was placed on the the rest of the American Leagueit Mantle, Maris and Tommy Allison doesn't figure to eliminate one day of sun, one day of wind Division playoff finals of the for the fifth moves
voluntary retired list is conceivable they could Tresh, and the infield of Joe that weakness. and one nice one, but not neces- National Basketball Association night game Thursday But those adjustments just
IneligibleThat wrap up their fifth consecutive Pepitone, Bobby Richardson,. Manager Hank: Bauer has instilled sarily in that order." about bottled up' _Boston's Bill
.. Tuesday night. "The pressure was on us and Russell. The center, who led
move made him ineligible pennant in record time. Tony Kubek and Clete Boyer some aggressiveness in
Under the best condidtions
for reinstatement to the The big battle figures to be rank tops in the league. I. the Baltimore line-up, which I the Celtics in the first three
the which
course, is just a short
active roster until six days after for second place. Four teams- Catcher Elston Howard, theleague's figures to be strengthened by I Derby Clinic Tomorrow I games, got only one field goal
chip shot under 7,000 yards, is
and seven free throws for nine
Most Valuable
the 1964 season opens. Minnesota, Baltimore, Chicagoand Player newcomers Norm Siebern and
Detroit will probably of 1963, is in a class by himself. Willie Kirkland. The pitching is a hacker's nightmare and a There will be a Jaycee Tropical .be awarded a trip to the Bahamas points. He grabbed 24 rebounds,
short hitter's Hades. When
Besides Law, Kansas City's knock each other's brains out Compare In Power strong and could rate with the it's Pontiac derby clinic at the Islands.In but Lucas pulled. down 25 for
wet, the bunters well
Diego Segul and Detroit's Mickey for the runner-up spot. The Twins compare favorablywith best if Chuck Estrada's apparent might as Boys' Club tomorrow night addition, local entries can II the Royals.
Lolich turned in solid pitch- Of the others, only Cleveland the Yankees In power.' recovery following an elbow stay home. from 7:30-9:30( : p.m. and each take part in the official Soap In the NBA's Western Division
appears to have a chance to They have good, if not outstand' operation is no myth. Carry Uphill Thursday thereafter for the an- Box Derby in Jacksonville, finals, St. Louis and San
Ing performances.'shutout ball in sneak into the first division. The The tees are usually placed so nual event here on July 18, where the winner gets a trip to I Francisco tangle in a fourth
Segul hurled immediate future bodes ill for that drives must carry uphill.On Jaycee officials said today. Ohio. game tonight at St Louis. The

his eight-inning stint, allowing had to Boston, Los Angeles, Washington Tommy Bogle Takes First a dry day, the short hittershit The Boys' Club will be open tional event In Akron, Ohio. Hawks lead that series 2-1.
only six hits, but the A's and Kansas City. and hope the ball will roll to from 3:30 to 5:30 daily and There will be sponsors for McMahon credited Robert
hold on once he left before the nailing New How can the other clubs stop In Boys' Club Test the top. On a wet day they just from 10 ajn. to 4 p.m. Saturday -each boy who enters the derby. son's second half performanceand
an 8-6 victory over the Yankees with a healthy .Croquet hope. so derby entrants can use Wheels, steering and money Lucas' rebounding as the
Mickey Mantle and Roger The big, straight hitters- the shop to work on their rac for purchase of needed materials big factors in the Royals' win.
Maris? Even without them for Tommy Bogle survived stiff over classifications. Marbles meaning Nicklaus and Palmercan ers. There will be a supervisoron will be provided.The Robertson got 25 points in the
PKY Raps half a season, the Yankees ran competition to win the Boys' will be furnished by the Boys paste the ball to the hand at all times in the age limit for entries is 11 I last half and ended up with 33
off with the 1963 championshipby Club croquet tournament in the Club. Boys are allowed to bring of top shop. .to 15 years. There still is time to share scoring honors with
the hill the And
on fly.
10 games. 10 and under classification. their own shooters but they I to sign up for the 1964 event the Celtics' Sam Jones.
InvernessForNo. The possible order of finish: Steve' Morris and Frank Ellis must be glass. get extra roll when they get] The winner of the local event, Boys interested should contact I Jack Twyman with 31 points
1. New York both made strong bids for the The State Boys' Club marbles there. I to be run on West University Charlie Dobbs at the Boys' also turned In a top perform.
2. Minnesota championship. The event started tournament will be held herein An invited field of about Ave. this year (Gator Hill), will Club. ance for the Royals.

7 3. Baltimore Monday but the number of par- May_with Boys' Clubs throughout Il --- ,
4. Detroit ticipants was so large that the the state competing. Today's

INVERNESS P. K. Yonge ,5. Chicago finals had to be played yester tournament will familiarize the OPEN 7 A.M. 405 NW
boosted its baseball' record to 6. Cleveland day. boys with rules and regula- __
7-0 for the season with a 5-3 7. Boston Terry Andrews copped the tions of tournament play and CITY
triumph over Citrus Co. Highof 8. Los Angeles championship In the 11 and over condition them for state compe- TO 7 P.M. iPREHOLIDAY 13th ST.

Inverness yesterday.The 9. Washington group. Strong contention came tition.
Wave broke open a 1-1 10. Kansas City. from Jimmy Chestnut and John- Participation was so overwhelming

.. game with five runs in the third Yogi Berra, the new man ny Helton. in the Boys' Club BIcycle TIRE SALE
inning and then held off late ager, claims the Yankees are The annual Turtle Derby is set Derby and Games Room
rallies by the Hurricanes.Rob stronger than last year. His at 4 p.m. today. In' this derby tournaments that the events
Hansen went the distance argument is simple and direct. miniature turtles will race to an have been scheduled again at 4
for PKY, scattering four hits, "Our outfield is the best ourPerry outer perimeter of a large circle p.m. tomorrow. Officer Ed Con- Don't Be Misled Compare These Prices Before Your
fanning seven and walking six. constructed in the middle of nally assisted in the bicycle Buying
Merrill Osterhoudt was the the gymnasium. Turtles have safety inspection.More .
loser for the 'Canes. I Moore been on sale at the Boys' Club. than 100 boys took partin Tires for Summer Vacation Before Buying Any Tire Check

Tom Hansen, the Wave's lead- Boys also may enter their own the Games Room tourna

Ing hitter, collected three singles Guest Speaker turtles. ments. Competition was so keen Grade of Tire, Check Ply of Tire, Check Guarantee and Price
in four trips at bat to pacean The Boys' Club marbles tournament in several events that only one ,

eight-hit PKY attack. Losing Club opens today. Starting round was completed. All champions Per Tire. All Diamond Tires '
hurler Osterhoudt got two of the At Boys' time is 4 p.m. with boys com- will be honored Friday Carry 0 Life-Time Warranty, De-

four Inverness safeties. Saing- peting for championships in the night at the Father and Son
ler of the losers had the game's Perry Moore, assistant basketball 1 and under, 11.13, and 14 and Awards Night..America' fect in Workmanship, Road-Hazard Guarantee Guaranteed
lone extra base blow, a dou coach at the Universityof
Florida, will be guest speaker Coast Coast. I
ble.P.. K. Yonge will go to Green at the semi-annual Boys' Club
Cove Springs Friday afternoonfor Father and Son awards night, It scemsa1Ithniccst .
its next contest. The Wave Friday. The program is spon-
IDeoniynnK Pick Your Size On These Low-Low
beat the Blue Dvils last weekin sored by the Gainesville Exchange

a previous clash. Club. -
I In addition to his basketball
P.I(. Y nfl. .b r h lavtmMi .b r hSUIfWker .
duties Coach Moore is also administrative
d 31 1 Griffin. 2b 11 0 DIAMOND
Lon, cf 100 Wolcott, cf 31 0 assistant to the DIAMOND PREMIUM
T. Hansen It) 4 2 3 S inglr. Tb 301 1 yF
Dennison 3b 2 01 levels, rf 1 10 athletic director and head of
Stetms If 401 Brown rf 200 concessions for all and F' I
Mtrcus. C 111 t-Scott 000 campus OLDHICKOR Safety lux-Tubeless 36 MOS. GUARANTEE
Enneking. c 1005.Fitzpatrk, c 4 0 0 athletic events. He graduatedfrom ptOLDAIC1OA1 :
Solley, u 3 01 M.Fltzpatrk If 1 0 0 J.e E
Welgmtiw rf 2 0 0 Bedford, ss 110, the University of Maryland .
or Rodger rf 100 Meluner, 3b 300 College of Physical Education < '
Waglow. :tJohnxm. > 10 0 Osterhoudt, p 2 0 2 18 Mos. Guarantee Q. Q Black White
2t 100 Recreation and Health
R. Hansen p 211 ...... with a Bachelor of Science degree 600x13. 15.52 I
Totals .. MSI Totals 2)24 I ; ... .... 17.95
.. A-walked for.Brown........In. Ttn. with first honors. I Black ; White if
... P.K. YenQS.............. 1 0 0 01 1 O-J Coach.Moore will assist in the 650x13....... ... 16.52..... ..... 18.95'600x13
presentation of the annual Boys' .. ,, $ Most Magnificent. .. .. ..BourbonWmaminellaw... ... ,.... ", ..... .. 11.95 ..... .. 13.95
Club Gainesville of the .'>:.'$.!.-. >'. <:"''':'''<.<<<<-:;....>-...w.. ....:&. .\ .' A.'''$ xx:: 700x13 1652 : 1895

.' Mississippi Year honor of A all war champions d. The, Boy_In event basketball will. l: if71lrii4: : ;giti: .:s.;. !;,, I 650x13..12.95....... 15.95 9.95 75Ox14 : :.:.::::: 16:95: : ::::::::: 19.95750x14. :

Beats LSU room, National .,... ,... ',,*,," '1 ... ., ;$" ....... ..14.95 ....... 16.95
; games : 7 ; *' > 2N::: 800x14 ......... 17.85 ...... 20.95
: : :
Boys' Clubs America contests ,..,._. ,,,, ,
@: $ J: ::ox .W.A. AV"Wte&K.... t-i
"% ""'''' o} *. .. '
>" '' > 800x14 .... 15.95 ... 17.45
:'>: ::={'<&: LJ.: ';,:;'!L: 'A'ii-f.-i.'t: : = .1i <<: "; : : : : ;:::$;' .. .. .
:Two Times and outstanding achievementsin 10 wi: < u:ITIAGHt', oUl8oi.illm> "N'WOOf:o J'iiciai CiSIUUS'Co:.FUU, 600x 13 850x14 ........ 18.95 ........ 21.45
the Boys' Club program. I 850x.14. . 16.45. . 18.45
.I 90Ox14..... 19.85 ............ 23.95670x15
ASSOCIATED PRESS : 650u13700x13
By THE .......... 11.95 ... ..... 13.95
Mississippi, the only baseball 95Ox14........ 19.85 ......... 24.95710x15
'team with perfect record in .. ,.... 12.95 ... ..... 15.95
Southeastern Conference play, 70x15 ......... 1 g.35 ....... 18.85
MOTT'S' 750x14
toppled Louisiana State twice 760x15 ....... 14.99..16.85
Tuesday.The 800x 14 710x1S ...... 17.85 ......... 19.95.
western division leader I 800x15 .. ..... 16,95 ...... 17.45'
dropped LSU 4-3 in the opener 850x14 76Ox15 ......... 18.85 ......... 21.95900x14

and 3-1 in the second game. A SUNOCO SERVICE ALL PRICES PLUS TAX 800x15 ......... 1.9.45 ......... 22.95
four-run rally In the sixth Inning .

gave the Rebels the first victory 950xl'4 820x15. ......... 19.45 ......... 24.95 ,
and two home runs by Fred i 1605 N.W. 6th St. FR 6-7537
Roberts and one by Glen Lusk B aeries 8 9S
accounted for the second. 'Mississippi NEW TREDS 670x15 ALL PRICES PLUS TAX

is 4-0 in the SEC and,
LSU is 15. 4 for 4 for 71Ox15

In other games, Tulane swept I, Clt $2495 $2995 NEW 76Ox15
a double-header.from Alabama!
3-2 and 4-1 and moved into second 6.00 x 13 7.50x14 TUBES 2.50

place in the western division ::::;

; Mississippi State beat Ark NEW TIRES
ansas State 3-0 in the first
game of a twinbill and lost,the 6.70 x 15 7.50 x 14 ANY SIZE '
second 74. A between SIihtly
Georgia and Georgia game Tech was $695 $995 RECAPS 9.95 WHITE T uft o.

rained 1 out and rescheduled OR BLACK TitI e.... Add 2.11
Monday.The / IMERNAiIONAI for PreMo NyIOft,
30% To 40% Discount
only game scheduled today CONSUMER CHAROrr BUDGET TERMS AVAILABLE : : '

Clemson at Georgia, was On ALL First Line TiresWE 15 MOS. TO PAY

postponed because of wet WILL HONOR NO MONEY DOWN i10P1ca, %..Tex
grounds. 40% To 60% Discount



ATLANTA (AP-The Atlan-
ta-Fulton County Recreational
Authority plans to start a 12- FREE
month crash construction pro. BRAKES RELINED FRONT ENDALIGNMENT .

... gram May 1 to erect a sports TC. BRAKE
Front End Alignment
stadium and try to bring ma- Parts and Labor Included I Y

jor league baseball to Atlantain III.pcctloa INSPECTION
1965. $14.95 $19.95 S Tea In
40'S NW 13TH ST. .
The authority Is reported to 6 CamberCaster OPEN 7 A.M.
have firm commitments froma 15,000 MilesGuaranteed 25,000 MilesGuaranteed PHONE FR 25030 OPEN 7 A.M.
major league team and a professional TO 7 P.M.
football team, pending TO 7 P.M.

availability of a stadium.

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Wednesday,April 8, 1964 Gainesville Sun 15

: :: Steel 6Fix' Clue to Inflation? Plane Misses N. Y. Airport,

t I The indictment directly chat conditions. The question is raised -
NtlUfnrk wimts Cracks in
lenges a basic assumption of because according to the Open SwamplandNEW
By EILEEN SHANAHAN Grand Jury Indictment charges the steel industry found
economists. The
many assumption --
I WASHINGTON inflation
that it had to conspire in a hotel
need not be as persistentas is that it is possible for giant to achieve the desired YORK (AP-A jet airliner out. After the plane hit, some

it has been throughout most Kill Current Theories companies that dominate an results.room carrying 136 passengers Fire people screamed, but that was
T of the period since the end of the May industry to use their power, in arid a crew of nine bounced intoa Escapes aU."

Korean War. good times or bad, to set prices The administered price theorywon swamp and cracked open

This is the dramatic and far' where they will and to force widespread support in the while trying to land at John F. FatalitiesThere "It happened so fast," said

i reaching conclusion that e onO: the' steel products used in the I 2 or 3 per cent a year-price inflation their smaller competitors to fol- late 1950s because it seemed to Kennedy International Airport I Kelsey Cameron, 10, "that I

I mists in and out of governmentwere U.S. Proof of the grand jury's I of the last decade. low them. This is what economists -explain some otherwise mystifying Tuesday night.At had no time to be afraid.

drawing from Tuesday'scharge charge, if proof is forthcoming, The shattering of those theor- "call "admin i s t e r e d economic developments, par- least 48 persons submittedto was no fire; Foam was "Maybe I was just a little,"

by a federal grand jury would call into question the very ies, which have been widely accepted -prices. ticularly the continued increasein medical treatment, with 15 spread to reduce that possibility. she added.
that a criminal conspiracy- in government circles, The grand jury's action raises industrial prices in 1957 and taken to hospitals. Three of the t
foundations of economic theories
rather than impersonal economic could change the emphasis and the question whether the com- 1958 despite the recession that latter group were released withno Kelsey's father, Robert Cam-

forces-set the prices in I that have been widely accepted -mix of government economic panies really,have this power to occurred in those two years. findings announced. Injuries The crew helped passengers eron of Oldwick, N.J., said he

recent years for one-third of all I as explaining the slow- policies.Readers' set prices regardless of market The traditional economic lawsof ranged from cuts and bruisesto into two life rafts, but some sensed the plane was "very definitely -

supply and demand state' dislocated and broken bones. stepped from the plane directlyinto in trouble" as it madeits
'T r categorically that prices must about two feet of mud and
: One male passenger was treated approach. He said he had
fall in recessions. for heart attack. water."I i
I a the impression the pilot was
I./t BUSINESS Under administered price, The Boeing 707( a Pan American believe" it was the mud that;sharply maneuvering but that
said Mrs.
REPORT saved us, Sidney
World from
Airways all his efforts for
normal land
t. c theory, the blame could be laid II a
San Juan PR.R. landingIn ,Seidman of Lawrence, N.Y.
'at the door of either was ing were "fruitless."
manage- "
REVIEW W' ment or labor-and was laid light fog when it bounced off I "There was no panic, said I
-t--- husband. "The did an A Pan American
the end of a runway and plowedinto her crew official de-
both places, depending the
political convictions of upon the ana a marshy field. 'excellent job. They guided us clined to speculate whether the
plane had overshot its landingor
lyst-for the failure of prices to
decline during the 1957-58 couldn't stop after landing
TODAY'S DOW JONES I cession.An re- because of the wet, slick run
IBM IntroducesNew

I Prev. Close 1st Hr way.The
Request Components
important aspect of the jet came to rest about

theory was that management, 1,000 feet from the end of the
822.77 I Indust. I off 0.13 I
having discovered its power to runway and about 100 feet from

(The following market quotations II IIare 196.87 I Rails I off 0.10 I pass increased labor costs along I System 360'Enthusiasm Rockaway Boulevard in Queens.A .

requested specifically by readers STOCK LISTINGS 137.81 I Util I up 0.26_ to the consumer, regardless of wire fence that surrounds the
cf the.Sun financial' page. The quotations -
are furnished by Pierce. Wul- II 286.27 | Stocks I up 0.04 general economic conditions, airport was cut by police at that
Investment Service mlmts ories, those used most frequently
bern. Murphey was no longer resisting union Sfrm lurk point to allow to
II passengers
.11 here.) Volume the machine in its
| I 1,380,000MUTUAL
I 5,900,000 demands as vigorously as ;it by compu- reach
NEW YORK Int. Tele 1.00 58% Und..Air. L. ._, 1.50b 60% might have. Management had, NEW YORK The giant of tation, operate in as little as 200 The dry ground.

STOCK EXCHANGE Kellogg .80a 42% Upjohn ..... ...1.00 52/ after all little to lose. the electronic data processing billionths of a second. Control reported plane missing at first and all had been
War Lamb. ._ .70 28% industry, the International Busi- memories that are also used opera-
Abbott Lab. .. 2.40 115Allied Lehman Cp. 1.34e 30 FUNDS & This then the tions at the airport were suspended -
Worthintn. 1.50 4lVi was widely accepted -ness Machines Corporation, has frequently are addressable in
Cem., ... .-... 1.80 57 Litton In. 1.98f '70V5 Xerox 85% INVESTMENT CO. theory of administered taken a giant step. 250 billionths of a second. Main while emergency vehicles

.Amerada.Pt .-- 2.00 78 Lone S. Cm 1.00 23V Zenith _ 1.20a 83% prices. Among its important im- Tuesday it introduced a new memories, containing up to 524- searched the huge airport

-Am. Elc.Pow. 1.16b 42 I Marsh Fid 1.60 41% a Also extra or extrasb Affiliated Fund 8.6i plications was the acceptance, generation of computing equip- 000 characters, can be reachedin Most passengers got out of

,Amer. Enka.1.40a 72M Martin M. ._ 1.00 19 Annual rate plus stock divi- Capital Life & Gr. 10.07Divers by those who believed in it, that ment the System 360, which it 2.5 to 1 millionths of a second. the plane via escape hatches.

Amer.., Home M....,? 1.44a 65%:McG. Hill .60a 36* dende Growth 9.87 there was little,that governmentcould describes[ as a sharp departurefrom The IBM official said that a The fuselage snapped about
Amer. M.'Fdy """! .. _.90 18% Mead Corp. 1.70 49 Declared or paid so far this Dividend Shares 3.71: do to stop the. slow and computer concepts of the key development provides bulk 75 feet from the nose end, with

Armco St _-. .... -_3.00 74 Merck .-...._. -. 2.ooa 111% yearf Dreyfus 20.61: steady rise of prices, in goo d past. storage for as many as 8 million the disjointed end bent at a 15-
Atch. Topka. -. 1.20a ,28tA Natl. Airl. .80 50% Paid in stock in 1963, estimated -Fidenlity Capit. .._..._ 11.45! times and bad. Thomas J. Watson, Jr., chair- characters, each available in 8 degree angle.
Bauch Lomb .-. 1.20 35% N. Y. Centl .50g 35% cash value on ex-divi Fidelity Fund 17.76 The the man of IBM introduced the new millionths of a second. This is The plane was piloted by

,Baxter Lab .36 24% NIA M. Pow. 2.00 50% dend or exdistribution dateg Fidelity Trend19.05 only recourse govern- system, and President WarrenC. a .60-fold increase in the addressable Capt. Herbert H. Dunker, 47, a
Fund'tal Invest ............ 10.81] ment had was to try to shame
native of Milwaukee who livesin
characters availablein
Beckman In. ..:. 59% Norfolk W. 6.00 128% Paid last year Hume, and other company
,... 8.37 industry publicly or to to
Income of Boston try
Beech Lf. S. 'M-',.., 1.10 47 No. Ind. P. S. ._ 1.48 57 officials explained it. IBM computers.Alachlla. Coral Gables, Fla.
Incorporated Inc. ._ 9.80( prove some sort of new and
Bristol My. :... .: .80 64% No. Nat. Ga 1.80 52% More than 100,000 businessmen .
Purchases 482,740 Keystone K-2 ..... .......... 5.65 sophisticated means had evolved
: Brown Shoe _. ...,., 3.40 90% Olin Math. 1.20 48% Short Sales .........,....,. 4,585 I.Keystone S-3 __ 17.00 to fix prices without actually'engaging were introduced to System

\ Brunswich ,_ *. 10% Owens II. G. 2.50 99% Other Sales ......._.._._... 505,844Total Keystone S-4 -_. 4.84 in old-fashioned p r ice 360 at the same time through Soil Conservation
Cambell S. 2.40 38% PacG. & E. 1.00 131% Sales I. presentations in 165 American I
510,429 Life Investors __. 20.23: fixing.
Carter Tdt .l.OOa 61% Pac. Lting 2.40 59% -_ cities. It was also announced in
Fund 7.8
Case J. I. ... 12% Pac. T & T_ __ 1.20 30% PREVIOUS DAY'S Life The government's policy of more than 20 foreign countries. Speaking Contest SlatedA
Mass. Inv. Stock .... .. -16.24
Cessna Air. 1.00 28T/s Pan Amer A. 1.20 79% STOCK MARKET urging labor to hold the wage The 360 is a single system
Mass. Inv. Growth ,........ 8.67
Ches. Ohio .. 4.00 71% Parke Dav. __ 1.00 30% Advances 492 Pioneer Fund ., linewith wage increases limited spanning the range of virtuallyall public speaking contest,Riviere, Santa Fe High School;

Coas S. Gas _- 34% Pennzoil.-.. -.w. 2.00 77% Declines 658 Puritan Fund ,........,...., 9.67 to those that could be paid the present IBM computers.Its sponsored by supervisors of the and Jim Coleman, Howard
._ 1.80b 44% Perkin EL .. 42% without the
CBS 225
Unchaged Putnam Growth ..._ ... 9.50 squeezing industry pro- performance runs gamut Alachua Soil Conservation Dis- Bishop Junior High.
Comb. Engn. 1.20 28% Pfizer... -80a 46% Total Issues 1,375 TV & Elec. .. -fl... 8.25 fits-was also, in part, at least, from the widely used 1041 to a trict will be held tomorrow at Bishop said that contestantsalso

Cone Mills ... .80 15% Phelps Dg. .__ 3.00 73 New 1963-64 Highs 119 Value Line Inc. _,..._-... 5.KWefflngtonf an outgrowth of acceptance of computer nearly twice as powerful 8 p.m. in the county commissionroom are expected from Waldo
CO iI. Air! .. .40 27% Polaroid .20 160% Lows 32 administered previously built by
New 1963-64 und ..,........... 14.9J price theory.It as any of the courthouse here. Junior High, Gainesville High
Contl. Ins ... 2.20 56% Pub. Sv. E. G. 2.60 74% the company. School, Buchholz Junior High
Conlrl. Dat 85 Pure Oil ._ 1.60 46V4 AMERICAN was certainly generally "The new system is equally Contestants from the county's and Westwood.

Corn Pdts. -. 1.50 64% Rayonier 1.00 37% STOCK EXCHANGE OVER THE COUNTER agreed that the classic methodof effective in business, scientificand junior and senior high schools Winner of the county contest

Delta Air .._. 1.60 94% Rexall _ .50b 43% attacking inflation-through government application," will be competing for cash last year was David Fugate of
Det Steel .-. .--.60 16 Reyn Metl. *_ .50 42% Aerojet-Gen 40% Alico Land ......-...._...- 75Is restrictions on the amount of; according to Hume. awards and a shot at the area Santa Fe High, who went on to
Analex ....... .. _. 32
Emerson El. _. 1.00 42% Rich. Merr. .. 1.00 47% Corp Amer Fidel Live -.-....... 23th money and credit made available Deliveries of smaller modelsof and state contests. win the state contest.
Chem. __ 17%
FaIr'Camra. .50g 32% R c Cola .....1.20 58% Aqua Aurora Plastics _-..... -. ... .36% Amer Heritage 20th in the economy-was essentially the new system are scheduledto Marion Bishop, chairman of Judges of tomorrow night's
Dutch ._ 1.73g 43. Amer Nat. Ins. ........_ .. 221/ useless in the face of
Jim Walter .. 1.00 34% Roy. Barnes ......._. 23/ begin in the third quarter of the Alachua Soil Conservation contest will be Henry Chitty of
Finanl Fed. .... -' 61% Searle Gd., .90 58% Shoe EngineerButler __-8 Amer Pion'r Live ,........ .. power of big unions and big 1965 and the larger models are District, is supervising the contest the Chamber of Commerce agriculture

Fst.. Chartr. 1.97f 42% Singer _.. 2.00 95th 14th Anheuser Bush ._..-._._ 47s/a businesses to push up costs and slated for delivery in the first The young speakers, all committee, Sen. J.

Fla. E. Cst. 10Y4 Smith Kin 1.20a 66% Cinerama Chromaloy ,.111/ Anodyne 4% prices, even in bad times. quarter of 1966. Monthly rental winners of contests held at their Emory (Red) Cross and Mrs.

Food Fair ... .9020% Sou. Cal. Ed. 1.05 31% Sci 23th Citizens Bank 35 With this background In prices will range from $ ,700 to schools, will include George Onieda Carpenter, coordinatorfor
FMC ._ 1.00 56% St Oil Cal 2.GO 61% Computer Conn. Lt. & Pow 37% $115,000 officials said.
Corp. Cutler Labs A ...... 17% mind these two questions are beIng company Green, Newberry; Ken neth educational television for
Gen. Tele. ,,.88 35% St. Oil Ind 2.00b 64% -- Cowles' Mag &Pb. 131A asked System 360 has six central Bristow Hawthorne Bud the
today county.
.. .. : ; .
Data Control .. .. .. .. 42%
Ga. Pacifi.?.._. l.OOb 67% Sterl. Drug.....::- .65 29 -._. .w 9 Dun & Bradst. .,....-....... 63% processor models. Ninete e n
Getty Oil ..... .1" 7 P Texas Utile ._ 1.20 56% Fulton -- ------ Firs West. Fine. 16% Can the inflation of the late combinations of gradua t e d

Grace Co. ... l.OOb 55% Textron _ 1.40 42% Gen Develop .-- 4% Florida Gas ._.:... 111/ i 1950s be explained by the onsetof speed and memory capacityare Weather
Airlines ,_ 7%
Heine Curt. ._ .80 Zu% Tidewater 38% Mackey Fla. Nat'l Bank 59th a steel price conspiracy, in available in the central processing Unruly Spring
__._ 21
Mead Johnson %
IBM :_................5.00 588% Trans W. A. 42 -.r. Fla. Te.Forrest. 26 1955, the effects of which spill- units. The system is"ompatabte I
Pac NW Tel ..... ....,...... 23%
Int. Min. C l.SOa 68 I Union Pac. 1.60a 42 LabsFounders _ 241h ed over into other areas of the allowing the user Gusts Into SoutheastATLANTA
Philips Elec.----- 48 Live .................... 8% economy? to expand within the same system -
Carriers ...,. ,. 11%
Redwing ? ... ... .
Franklin Live -.w. 57th to maximum size or to select -
NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES, APRIL 7 Ric Group 8% .Great Amer. .,._ ........153 Is it possible that the relatively a configuration suited to Ga. APTurbu- lowland dwellers were braced
(c) New York Times Sperry R. Wts..w..... 8% Grolier 44 abrupt end of nearly a his requirements.Dr. lent spring weather lashed for flooding caused by heavy

Low Close Net Chg. Syntex 77% Gulf Life ...._...._.....-... 54% decade of slow, creeping inflation Frederick P. Brooks, Jr., parts of the South as torrential rains.
High Tampa Elec. ---..-.._.,.. 25% resulted, not from any bas- advanced rain caused flash flooding in At least 60 persons were
.34 Herff Jones programing systems
2S-Rails 135.93 134.42 135.30 Up Tech Measur. ....... _...,. 19Y4 ic economic from .
820.31 823.37 Off 4.92 Home Insurance ........ 64% _changesbut manager of the Data Systems four states and tornadoes hop- forced from their homes in outlying
2S Industrials 831.17 I Twa Wts. .............. .-. 24 .. the fact that seven executives of Division scotched through the region, sections of Atlanta and
483.55 477.36 479.33 Off 2.29 Jax Minit Mkts. ......- 53'4 said the microelectronic
,,50 Stocks Valspar 83'4 Kennasaw Life .-....,... 12th electrical equipment companieswere circuits that make up the leaving.mostly minor damage.The nearby Austell where creeks

Lifeof Fla .......-.....-...... 5' sent to jail early in 1961, system's basic componentry twisters pounced on north and the Chattahoochee River
Lowes Company ..... -18'1/4 after conviction for a price his. had played a major role in the Alabama, danced through portions flooded after two days of rain.
Milgo Electron 151/ !ing conspiracy? development of the 360. of Georgia and one was Low sections of Chattanoogaand
-YOUR MONEY'S WORTH reported in South Carolina. Knoxville Tenn., and Montgomery
Mort.. Guaranty Ins. 291s The grand jury indictment of Brooks said a significant advance -
.; Pacific SW Air -..._....w4834 eight steel companies is not in the 360 was its hierarchy Most of the damage from the Ala., also were flooded.

; Schlitz Brewing=-...-.-....... 48Y. cific about dates. It does spe-not of memories. In the new storms Tuesday was to farm The Weather Bureau at Montgomery

A Look at the New $1 Bill \\, Secur. Life &.Tr. ....-... 59 state that the alleged steel con- system, small local store mem- houses were uprooted and outbuildings.and some utility Trees may said exceed the its Alabama flood stage River
Southern Nitro.-%
ended in 1961 but
: spiracy only
: wires were ripped down. No serious by as much as 10 feet at Montgomery
travelers Ins. __ 49% that the conspiracy lasted at
PTA'stoAsfc injuries were reported.A .
Sylvia Porter .'iir; least[ that long. restaurant near Griffin, Coolest weather, with temperatures .
====== ;
Late Morning Fallout SheltersMembers Ga., lost its roof and damagewas in the teens and 20s, was

estimated at $5,000.A in the northern Plains and up-
Take 'out the dollar bills in district Federal Reserve agenton force behind our paper cur. N. Y. of the Westwood tornado lifted a smokehouse per Mississippi Valley. The 40s

_:.yopr; pocket now. Chances are a dollar-for-dollar basis. rency's value or reputation. ListingAllisChal Marzuq, a Libyan oasis in the and Littlewood PTA's meeting about 1,000 feet before scatter. covered the north Atlantic

you'll find a silver certificate What can you turn a new $1 Why the elimination of thesilverbacked Sahara, once was known as the'Paris in a joint session last night, ing it on a pasture on a farm states and ranged up to the 70s

I which states "This certifies- that Federal Reserve note in for? bills? 19 Int Harv 70% of the Desert." An im- voted unanimously to adopt a near Pauline, S.C. in the eastern Gulf states. The

there is on deposit in the Treas- Only for standard coin or Alcoa 80% Int: Nick 77% portant assembly point for caravans -petition asking the County As residents of many rural 30s and 49s were general in

:ury of 'the United States of other denominations of paper Because a severe shortage of AmAir 43% Int Pap 34% before their decline, Mar. School Board to incorporate fallout communities set about mending much of the West except for the

America One Dollar in silver currency. You cannot demandthe silver has developed as the demand Am Brk 54 Jones&L 75% zug: was famed for its weath shelters in buildings plansof houses and repairing other 50s in Southern California and

'payable to the bearer on demand gold behind our currency; for the metal for coins AmBdPar 36% Kais Al 40% and beautiful women. all new schools constructed. !damage caused by the wind, the Southwestern desert region.

Chances are you'll also this has been prohibited for a and industrial purposes has AmCan 43% Ken'cott 82%

,find a new Federal Reserve full generation. The Treasury I soared and far outrun the new AmCyan 61% Lig&My 78%

'Note which .simply says, "The is under no obligation to exchange -production of silver here and AmMot 16 a Loch'd 35%
'United-Slates America- One a silver dollar for the elsewhere. Congress passed the AT&T 138% Lorillard 47% 'Com sat' Worries Wall St. I

Dollar?- _. new note. I law ending the printing of silver AmTob 34 Mag'vox 40%
What does this do to the certificates to free the Treas- Ampx Cp 17% MplsHon 122%

What'Sbehind. that second worth of the new dollar? I ury's shrinking hoard for use Anaconda 44% MM&M 65%
noteIs: ir-- worth anything Nothing. The note has the in minting of coins. Armour 52% Mohasco 13% Ntw Vnrk mitttts ment money has been channeled -

more than the paper it's printed same legal status the same The remaining silver supplyis ACL 72 Mons'to 72% Over Stock i n t o the stock market on
Babcock 62% Mont Wd 36% By DONALD I. ROGERS
bn? What If anything, can blue With these at
buying power as the silver cer adequate for coinage needs in chips. an
BAO 42% Nat Dist 27%
ybajdemand: from the Treasury tificate. Only if the nation went :the foreseeable future, but even NEW YORK Since the first alltime high, a great deal of
Beth SU 37% KAmAvPepCola 53%
btu: range for it! bankrupt, might any differenceturn now many experts are urging Boeing 45% 49% day that some bewhiskered, top- May Make It 'Too Hot'private money is available for speculation. -
Then an individual elimination of silverin hatted started auctioning :
Under legislation passed last i up. complete Borden 73% Phil Mar 78% gentlemen .
authorized the holding a silver certificate coins as well as for backing off shares of stock underan
Congress Brunswk 10% Phil Pet 50%
year. I might claim first call on thecountry's paper money to preserve the old buttenwood tree at the -It'll be too hat to handle,"
issuance of $1 Federal Reserve Chrysler 44% RCA 36% corporation for the group or syndicate could buy I
I silver supply. If that metal for more urgent needs.So of Broad and Wall is around
:corner a common compfaist
notes to, replace the familiar CocaCola 125% Rpe SU 45 of encircling the earth or own more than 10 per cent
silver certificate. Since the new time ever comes, though, the what's behind our paper Com Ed 48% Rey Tob 45% .Street on Manhattan's nether purpose and no communications com- the Street. There is fear that
I United States will need a lot have had with communications satellitesto
notes went into circulation in. dollars? Con Edis 86% StRegPSears 35% :tip, investors frequent pany more than 25 per cent of'smaller investors are expecting
December, the Treasury has I more than a hoard of silver to 'Our faith in the financial Cont Can 47% 105% ,'occasion to look heavenward, relay television, telephoneand the total issue. I '
I survive. of in usually with for help too much. They tbfek it is a
soundness our country, an appeal I
been swamped by worried letters Doq Che 72% Sinclair 45 facsimile signals betwe e n The eleven member investment
How much can you trust the our economy's strength and in or. understanding on high. I"conservative 1 s s u e" because
what is backing duPont 262% Socony 70%
asking two locations in the
or more
$1 Federal Reserve note? millions looking any banking syndicate is head-
world.This Now are
and jumpy bankers the stability of the free EAL 40% SouthnC 54% one of the big partipaats is
dollar some As much as trust heavenward and in world.It ed by Merrill Pierce I
an Lynch
you.can any confidence actually is so eagerly "
even have cried "Fiat Money! Firestone 41% SperryR 18% I"Mother Bell: American Tele-
U.S. paper currency or coin.Silver's that ever has been behind it. such numbers that the United Fenner & Smith, Inc., the nation's -
a reference to Civil War Fla Pw 46% StBrand 78% evokes such an exciting phone & Telegraph, the sturdiest
importance as backingfor States a half- dozen 1 a r e at brokerage firm
times when currency"greenbacks" The whole concept or re- Fla P&L 74 StO NJ 86% government prospect in the imaginations of g
paper has and eleven of and most of all in the and yet moat glamorous
our never
printed with- paper money deemability paper currencyis Ford 543; Studebak 8% foreign powers investors that it has already expert
were stock.
been significant. outmoded in world the richest and most industry in dealing with investors
out benefit of backing. Here today's Frmst Da 10% Texaco 74% largest produced an unprecedented
answers to any questions.What Today, more than $32 billionof and virtually no major nation Frept Sol m Thiokol 16% [prominent investment bank ing number of inquiries about the of small means. Merrill But it isa't a conservative

are your Federal Reserve notes are outside of ours exchanges paper Freuh Tr 30% UCirbid 129 !houses are worried about too stock and eVen millions of dol Lynch has fixed an offering enterprise. It's a new, untried

is behind the new $1 in circulation against a mere currency for metal. Gen Dyn 28% Unit Aile 48% I many investors trying to buy lars' worth of advance orders. price of $20 per share for the 11300,000 company, and it may be

Federal Reserve note? $2 billion in silver certificateseven As one high authority puts it, Gen El 87% Un Fruit 22% !the stock of one new celestial shares,which will net the years before it can pay divi-

A legal minimum of 25 centsin before the Treasury began "Silver and gold are simply Gen Fds 90% US Steel 57 company.The Congress,dictated that Cosmat new company some $200,000,000.The dends to its owners.

gold and 75 cents in U.S. Gov- retiring them. arbitrary standards of value, Gen Mills 39% Univ Mat 13% company is Communications -stock get the "widest distribution unprecedented enthusiam

eminent securities. For each The crucial fact is that our not media of exchange. It's Gen Mtrs 81% WestgEl 35% i Satellite Corporation, al- possible' and, to ensure bothers Wall Streeters. It comes It's just too glamourous to

new $1 note issued by a district money supply is backed only old-fashioned to think that money Goodrich 59 Wmn Dix 30% ready shortened to "Comsat"by this, said the initial offering at a time when there have beenno have a sedate and quiet intro-

Federal Reserve bank, it must fractionally by gold or silver. in circulation should dependon Greyhnd 57 Woowth 78% the patoise mongers, which price couldn't exceed $100 per new issues of significance: duction to society. Its debut

deposit this collateral with the Precious metal is not the key silver or gold." Gulf Oil 55% was established by Congress a share and that no individual, for many months and invest-! should be a memorable eve t.


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.1 8 Gointivill Sun Wednesday'Apri18,19641IDEARABBY.
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i. r What's your problemFor a general 1P 1 C

: x reply, write to Abby, Box 3365. 7

.e a.R Father Knew Best Beverly Hills Calif.. 9021 2.d and 55 < 1y8
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include a self-addressed stamped envelope. -

Abby answers all mail.A.bigail *l C&biU d IdjSHOW

Van Buren

A DEAR ABBY: Several days ago a letter came to our home Bravo, Abby! What has i TOLD HIM ) > WAIT? LATCH OF THE 194- \ DID MARRY HIM ???-fi4sP.n. I
addressed to a 15-year-old boy our daughter knows. It was mas? I shall never forget a WAIT.S. ff > ( SOCIAL SA50N/ NOBODY DID *
sent in care of our daughter. My husband saw it and started It was a bottle of home-made n r YV\
to question her. He wanted to know what right the boy had like vanilla extract. It was a
to instruct someone to send him mail in her care. She said paper that had obviously been used
she didn't know anything about it, and didn't see where it with a second-hand red ribbon. But ,

was any of her father's business. I sided with my daughter.Her in its manner of presentation I
_ father allowed her to give the letter to the boy but he ten-year-old girl whose family was : ,y fyI
instructed her to tell him that it was not to happen again. the thought! rC.

What is your opinion on this? We can't judge the boy as we -** A
hardly know him. I

MOTHER DEAR ABBY: I want to get

DEAR MOTHER: I think jour husband was right. But he first, or should I ask her father? I a..Y4.... a -.

didn't go far enough. He should have asked his daughter to girl first, and if she says yes, I -

bring the boy around so he could become acquainted with It seems to me that I should ask GLORY : GOT A LEETLE NOTHIN'BIZNESST07END I Ie
him, gain his confidence and learn why the boy can't receive be says no, it wouldn't make any WOULD VE COULD
mail at home. Fifteen-)'ear-olds need all the help and under you kindly advise me? I thank you. TO GO TO TO AN'XTHOUGHT TICKLE AAE
standing they can get. ; ( *BARN DANCE VE MIGHT LIKE MOREOUTER

DEAR ABOUT: Ask the girl ,MAW? TO TAG ALONG ,',
had it, boy!
DEAR ABBY: Re the letter from the person asking what *
you thought about folks whose Crhistmas cards arrived after CONFIDENTIAL TO "HER i Ii
Christmas, I was pleased with your reply: "Better late than the little blind girl who wrote me ,
never. Who counts?" Please send me her name and

10:00 OO Eleventh Hour I

"A Pattern' of Sundays." 11:00 :

A clergyman experiences
feelings of guilt over his 11:30
relationship with a wid-

owed O Danny parishioner.Kaye-Variety 12:00 SPACE WAS WERE GETTING LOOKLETTWNGSCOOLOPPf
11:00 Q O News, Weather,
CD (Color) News 1:1)U NOBODY CAN OUT
Sports, Weather 12:25 I M4 YQY2. UFE.
11:25 O Movie 12:30 ( I r'M M :2A' "
"Hazard." A wealthy girl ,, Yn

-- with a passion for gambling

finds that she is the 12:45 .;. '
WEDNESDAY EVENING areid. In his fifth appear- be bet.
prize won on a i 1
ance on this series, Lipp-- Paulette Goddard Macdonald
5:00: O Gallant MenDramaO ,
Best Of Groucho. mann is expected to com Carey, Fred Clark, 12:55 0uL r"I..
ment on South Viet Nam, N-a
5:25 Q Moments in Sports Stanley Clements. 1:00 r use.J .
5:30 Q Newscope the foreign and domestic 11:30 O CD Johnny Carson !
policy of the Johnson Ad- (Color) i
5:55 O Local News, Weather
ministration and GOP THURSDAY : 1:05
And Sports
6:00 O News, Sports, Weather Presidential candidates. 6:00 O Slimnastics 1:15 I
O What's New. O Sunrise Semester
O Sunshine Almanac
_ 6:15 O Local News 8:00 0 Marketing on the 6:10 D Continental Classroom 1:30 LEAVE HER fiLONE YOU SHOULD KAVESOME REALtYNOTPRMITE
6:30 Q O News Huntley, f Move 6:15 Q Sunshine Almanac OTHER WITH ZMNIE/ DUTY ttUR5E5 NECESSARY.T
Brinkley 8:30 O Donna Reed Show 6:30 O World Civilization TO5EEIN THE FOR THE KIQ DOCTOR /
'! / ,, I'LL 6E GLAD TO x
O News -* Walter O Jazz Casual O Pastors Study 2:00 HERE FOR PAY t+ORTHEMJ -
Cronkite 9:00 O Espionage 6:35 O Sunshine Almanac. MINUTES WITH
O The Big Picture O Beverly Hillbillies 6:40 O Living Words 2:25 RUN'6? e

7:00 O Biography O Ben Casey Drama 6:45 O HI, Neighbor (Color) 2:30
I O Deputy "Heap Logs and Let the 6:50 Q Farm and Home

O Wanted Dead or Alive ,Blaze Laugh Out" When 7:00 Q D Today 3:00
O Sing Hi-Sing Lo hard .- driving business O News, Weather a e Y la
7:15 O The Friendly Giant woman Caroline Bullard 7:05 O Ranger Hal 3:25 [ [
7:30 O O The Virginian learns she has an incur- 7:50 O News 3:30 y QI r

(Color) "The Long Quest. able disease, she wants to 8:00 O Captain Judith Holly and a private commit all of her com- 9:00 Q Divorce _Court 4:00 r2LJ1 -
detective plan to take custody pany's resources to the 9:30 O People Are Funny I
of widow Mary Ann search for a cure but CD Jack La Lanne

Martin's son. her business partners 9:55 D Sen. George Smathers 4:25 IT. XSOLNDBEST Br "-' SOD ESADUCKr 1VUDl7NT (I

O CBS Reports don't approve. 10:00 O Say When 4:30 WHEN MIM1W'TFRYd I'M SITTING ALLHWETDSHOUTrr

"Walter JJppmann, 1964." O About People O News -k 3 \\
_ The noted columnist, author 1 Psychology CD Waldo Norris F -i'I
and political analyst Is 9:30 O Dick Van Dyke 10:25 O D News p'o

interviewed by Eric Sev- O At Issue 10:30 Q B Word For Word o 0
fI /
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SMILE! With Art BucliwaldAntiAmerican = i I

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WASHINGTON When any- new Deputy Assistant Under mato was thrown at Richard MEANT TILL TO NOW esE TRULY WHAT CIHID-5LJT ISKT wHw MIDoI-AGU 30 TIME THEY
rr tit wulw
almost Secretary for Anti-American Nixon in Venezuela. It was one HAYEMRS.
thing goes wrong in any I4APPY FOR MARRN( ? 0
country in the world, foreign Demonstrations.When 1 of his six crises,''he said proud i.: WORTH!
._ x
"I it for sentimental
students immediately demon we etered his office we ly. kept ti 1
strate against a United States noticed photos of burning AmerIcan -. reasons." mat 1want

Embassy. Friend and foe alike automobiles _on the walls,I "You seem to have a large I _
find the best way to allow their and behind his desk was a large department," we said. tion i '
students to let off steam Is to map with a pin Indicating every I hold ,1_
break'an American window or anti-American demonstration "It's growing by leaps and. ican

overturn an American car. in the past year.There were bounds," he replied happily. 1 .

For a while the State Depart so many pins on the map you "The more demonstrations, the rMATRON. ;
ment was concerned about these couldn't see the names of the morepeople: I can hire. I ... .. _
demonstrations, but recently countries.On 'Does the Department of! "

they can be turned to some ad- the secretary's desk wasa State encourage anti-American .J95i'ANNOUNCED : MINOTS! _DA'faI.W BIT you''' i1t a TEtLMFSISTER .?
vantage and we were furtunate squashed tomato in bronze.He demonstrations?" TODD 6CEt SKIP- \'1M WITH WODLPNT MAKING YrrRowLCls
el Eros AT AFTER 'CUR'P5-
to get an interview with the showed it to us. "This to- "Of course we do," he said. STAY AND TENDAIN'T TVS BCePER WITT! 6EfYCJz'ANIOME ANYTHINJ '1M TO NO BAM DIED PIP/ '
"Status..The State Departmentfeels ken VEER? 1ASKEE FALLY.1 ALL ABOUTCMOS K=P Ala CANYON TO: AlttgU7VE .
9ASts ERCaus that when students attackan i MYS tiers!
American it shows / A'O
( Anise LanlnASTRtWn Embassy sible '
MUTEDACROss they care. We are also getting if Ii i'I
25.Resinous TAD n E 6 S E X credit for many things we have of' .

1.Daunt tree GAP woo SPA had nothing to do with." ing I If I \..'- a r:
Z6, anbh "
"But isn't it embarrassing?
6.Proposal tO R A L BCC C R
11.Day blInd- 27.Island Blue I n YAM S T U C K "For heaven's sakes, no. It's ing a \ -'
ness comb. grass2S.Tomli BIB D R A n actually part of our policy. Look, mats ._.. 1I : 1S ao1LJ-

form stroke s u P T I A K e n we're supporting many unpopular t
13.Dwarf 19.To ward ATRIA GRANDE governments throughout the we're II .: \ \\ \
caDleU.Mallng 31.Entrance e I s T R 0 A n I L E world. We would much preferthe
33.Nettle ACTORS 3 A T ft students to demonstrate with -.
xpcccbca 34.Had bdttg '
16.Boast 35.Astern against us than their own gov I t UAU.Y cc as BSETIS, I MATE TO tsar
Disconcert 36.Lnacrts-SOLUTION OF YESTEXDArs PUZZLE ernments. We don't want their on oricE I'M PCW4 TIts RCS SS, Btrr...
37.Sedan 2.Beebread governments to falL" w Lr.a t
Supreme 4.Da a back. I vrt; za's .,.
bring 39.Consoled Astound march : "What does your department. !, the
20.Simulate 41.Fr.rites 4.Network 10.Vogue do?*' .
2 L Span of 43.Narrate 5.Bombyx 12.Wzath
"Well, one of the biggest Jc t
44.Wild 6.Atop y
yea.11mut 15.Secured things we've done this at I I
= 45.Cancels 7.TUttadtd19..CoOStM year,
back DOWN die Lisa a great saving to the tax payerI I
34.Ans9dal! LRam's 8.Elamic "DragosPS2.Cowboj, W might add, is to ship abroad ,
language hors vcttarr used automobiles that were .
lope ready for the graveyard. Our
1 J 4 5 1 4 9 14 23.Rabbet tltt of .
'l.II people park cars aroundthe
u.Oa this more 1{ 1
It iS American Embassy and
d then when the students arrive, r,
H ,. Z827.Tbespian29. they destroy these cars insteadof
.Cylindrical the was
2* good ones.
30.Oxygen "It makes the students feel WiLL 1iGC 60 >F R mu.YCtl. KrEVE LOOKED ALL
tJ U u fa2f cvmpoands good to burn an American car, State tf DO wxI s isssr oN SHELL MEVEC FOCSETIMTU ALAM AND MJE lies tJSA S Nat HERE!SINE OVER T E 6R0ltwi'ss!
31.Hesitate and it solves the problem of YOURSELF AN? JOB* (L.UHLC'55 OHE Dt0 (LSE W i3EE ic1 FEEL 5UT WENT tlAOC W HER [DOLL WG CAJtr FDJ2 HER
ZS r/ Si Supped.1 was uS1S 6ETAN6 6CTEiv ODVEitSTWIT SHE YES: A8Ol r 141 HOUR At30i ANYWHERE:
float what to do with America's old : HEJt FORSET WWJ HAFD& 1 16 TiD 00 WITH
tT U tt ,. S3Spoitn used cars." I ial IBC FxiIb1t'S OCdJH. 'y
rag "That sounds like a good office ip4tl
Jl u 3J 34.Homdall1i the '
idea. -
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Jf JS SIi.child Cotton "My staff Is also working on 1 JI
bundle a bunker that can be installed I
37 34 j7 40< 38.hal da T. under an Embassy flagpole. The t i

... 41 % 43 breeze j < bunker will be stocked with -"' 4 I 4it
I I I(4t 40.Guided American flags, so everytimethe from

( r X I I I I Obsolete> ] students tear down a flag, _
l we can send another one up in ,
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Gainesville Sun Wednesday,April 8J J 3964

i Attorney- General Defends Poverty Program.1- %,o!'

Nfm> Vut! tiTit1ttl Recent government figures hours before the subcommittee?:the bill would be administeredby "Aren't you dodging the issue,
show that 22 per cent of the explaining details of the program !! public educational agency, then?" Martin persisted."No _. .
Attorney ,: : "
it but that and parochial .,
nation's are non-white, but and defending againstits private # '
re- poor we're ,the : 4
General Robert F. Kennedy facing up to :
that nearly half of the non- critics. schopl children from poor families ,' : ;? -
futed a Republican suggestion whites are i would be eligible to enroll issue," the attorney general an- :jijA '.. ,;...,"-,."
Tuesday that only Negroes poor. Democrat joined Republicans -.in such swered. He said that he could :/ ,.
program. <
would benefit from the admin- The racial question was rais- in .questioning Kennedy e' ra
foresee be- "
no problems arising .
I "They limit (these grants) to :C'
closely about the touchy issue ':, ;
anti ed Ayres
istration's poverty pro by .Rep.Villiam public schools Rep. DavidT. cause of either race or religion.Kennedy .', \
of of church and ;1:" ;
House separation
R-Ohio, as a special "
gram. state. Martin, D-Neb., asked. said that he"person- "
subcommittee resumed hearingson
Of the nation's poor, he said, "Because we did not want to ally would favor" including in ""'"
only about 20 per cent are non- the adminstration's program As drawn, the administrationbill include parochial schools in I migrant workers, but would -J,
white. to end poverty in the na-,i would permit religious or-,the program," Kennedy re- "defer to the secretary of laboron ,"2fi;'; -' .
tion.Rep. ganizations to participate in plied. whether this should be done."
Ayres suggested that if local attacks on poverty. However :" _;/ .,:':'
More Cops standards of need were set, the federal grants to projectsor I
anti-poverty "won't churches would be prohibit- ,
Deco : : .
rtiioi Styled .
cover any white people at all." : i; .
1 ed.The
Due Arrest "I don't agree with: you."Ken- bill further provides that '';' "
nedy retorted. any elementary .or secondary
1 JACKSONVILLE (APSevencity Kennedy spent nearly three school program assisted under'IJRAPElf.HABRIS; a
policemen have now been! J
arrested in an investigation of Come Bring Your Friends
alleged tie-ins between police Enjoy Coffee and Doughnuts .
4 .
and gamblers, and more arrests ifDISCOUNT
} were expected.Two with HAYDON and MILDRED ".L';,".

James P.more Branch city, 30 policemen-, and J.F. ; : !PRICES
Lumanx, 28 -were arrested ,.
Tuesday. Branch is a nephew,of BURNSTONIGHT
Police Capt. Harry F. Branch, .. _
i who was seized last week on a L' ':jv'VTRBt -:- : *"

bribe charge. ;_ yr
The younger Branch and Lu- j
manx were charged with "un- -

compensation lawfully of their accepting duties.for unauthorized nonperformance ,CITIZENS FIELD < 'AMPLE: : HOUS: : .P.''

Mayor Haydon Burns said P.M.
well as city 7:30 w
county men as policemen '
will be arrested before $9uth: Main:St.; tS.WA 131th Sh y ya
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Wednesday, April 8, 1964 Gainesville Sun 21

'More AboutPrimary S Baby>> Sitters Child Care Inn 1102 moieint
Tells MacArthur Towing Flaw

1 1.rf PLANNED program swells your
pre-school youngster at JACK WANT-AD
Injures f". -, Music programs. educational
:;f. film-strips. 7:45-5:15 Mon.-FrLl
Effort J... 1331 S.W. 13th St. FR 4-3900. .

Olympics FAIRBANKS A Jacksonville I
wishes to care
From Page man was hurt when a tow .; for infants or small children In
.r. her home. Reasonable, call FR
By PETER HATHAWAYThe I As a result, the NCAA wants bar broke and threw his car 4-3897. Classified OnlyDEADLINES

Nixon, unopposed in 1960 as voice the selectionand and the one be was pulling out CHILD or infant care. sit week- I
over fy. Can pick up and deliver.
Byrnes was Tuesday, trailed late General Douglas A. training of Olympic athletes -of control about 4 p.m. yester Phone 376-mi. I

with 339,383, but carried the MacArthur probably saved this WILL care for child In my home
Twes. FrL
and has proposed a federation e papers-5 pjn Day before publication
state in the general election, country's part icipation in the: of the two associations day.Henry J. Council was treatedat by Phone day FR or 2-1649.hour. N. E. section 63 For ads to go In Sun. paper-WOO am. Sat.
as For ads to go In Mon. paper-1 p.m. Sat.
895,175 to 830,805.Tuesday's 1964 Olympics, Percy Beard, UF a remedy. But the AAU has Alachua General Hospitaland WILL CARE for children in my
vote total however home from 12 noon to 18p i (Minimum ad 4 lines)
track coach and member of
turned thumbs down. released. He suffered cuts .m. at reasonable rates. FR

was short of the 1960 record of the U.s. Olympic selection com- Resentment and controversygrew and bruises. 6-0607. I FAMILY RATES

1.2 million. mitteee, said at yesterday's Rotary until U.S. Sheriff Joe Crevasse said the To 1 Insertion 34c line

,Wallace told supporters at his Club meeting at the Hol- Olympic particIpation Employment I 3 Insertions ... 22c line
was jeopardized.Then cars were northbound on the 4 Insertions lie line
downtown Milwaukee headquarters -iday Inn."MacArthur. Waldo Road. He said one side 02 11 Insertions Uc line
that their the late President Ken: ReachPeople a Total charge computed by multiplying total lines x rate earned -
Tuesday night
of Council's tow bar broke 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED j j! x number of insertions.
nedy appointed
ad- hammered out a
showing was a victory over
ministration Democrats "and truce last year between the Am- Beard, a one-time Olympic ausing the cars to jack-knife, BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORSEarn

they know it" ateur Athletic Union (AAU) and track star, started, "I owe the break apart and run out of controL up to famous$5 per Studio hour demonstrating Girl- I S Five letter words per tine

the National Collegiate Athletic AAU a lot because they madeit Cosmetics. Full or Part Time.
"This so-called civil rights bill One car ran through a bill- Phone 374-4334 after 4. Same as 2 lines
last possible for me to race in
Association (NCAA) to 8 Pt.
Is not in the interest of anybody board. The other rolled over EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPH ordinary typo
the 1964 the Olympics after I finished ReadyTo
through Olympics, ERS. Openings available at
1 Same
I as 3 lines
he declared and
Beard said, "but I'm afraid college, but today the NCAA deserves three times. Damages were skills Sperry.necessary.Typing Starting and dictation salary. 2 Pt ordinary type

thanked some 200 persons '! estimated at a total of $1,300 by based on experience. Submit re-
when the games all more recognition. .
are over 4 lInes
crowded into a hotel ballroomfor sume In confidence. or telephone
1 18 Pt.ordInary
4 hell will break loose again." As a member of the track and deputies. 372-0411 Ext. 225 for type
their effort "to break up appointment. EQUAL OPPOR-
field selection committee for the TUNITY EMPLOYER.
centralized government. Beard spelled out the problem
second consecutive Olympics, Qf4ijtuarit EARN up to MO a week. Full or 24 Pt Same q 5 lines
Wallace, who was cheered, between the two organizations Beard stated that the committee Buy part-time. No soliciting er collect ordinary typo
car neccessary. C'II.FR. 6-
jeered and thumped once on the In a speech on the upcoming will hold tryouts in New t.

head by a picket sign during his Olympics in Tokyo. York City In June. Six men for GEORGE HENDRY LUZIERS COSMETICS 1 The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for more than an*

campaign, said There will always The AAU is now the govern- each event will be chosen. The APPROVED Association.by American Personalized Medical 1 I fisement Incorrect to Insertion a greater,, nor extent will It than be liable the cost for any of the error space In adver..

be place in ing body In amateur sports representing TAMPA-George Pierce Hen- Use service. No guess grab go method. by the Item In the advertisement. No adjustment occuPIed -
a warm my will
will Full
field again be narrowed or part time work.' be made on
retired member of the errors dO not
heart for Wisconsin. He will the U.S. International- ,dry, ,. Call Lois Williams. FR 2-4045. the adnrtlsernent. materIally effect the valve of
with a final tune-up in Los Angeles -
Methodist Conference died
yesterday WANTED older woman to live
the '
take his campaign into the ly. The NCAA represents in September one month the with elderly woman (not Invalid -
in General
athletes. Tampa 'PersonTo ) and daughter who works The Gainesville SUn reserves the
Maryland and Indiana primaries -U.S. college Privilege of revising or ,..
prior to the opening of the Hospital. out. Phone FR 6-1139. fedlng any advertisement which It deems objecttonal and
Since World War U more change the classification to
next month of *
games. I He was the father of Mrs. EmI SALESPERSONExperIenced i dered to conform to the policy advertisement of the paper. from that or
athletes have come In the sale of
Reynolds who speculated earlier Olympic I
1 Half a million dollars will be mitt Mainor and the brother of : Domestics and Draperies. This Is
that Wallace might attractas from colleges as opposed to the a full time permanent position
needed to finance the entire
of Gaines-
Elliott both
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with all employee benefits. Apply IllhlIInllnEnurAinInInhlwllibllE1lffl1tiliEimmnrlllTrr'12 --
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many as 100,000 votes from armed services or private team in Tokyo for the games, ville. He was well known for his at Wilson's Department Store. --
and and said clubs of earlier Male Help Wanted 13-Help Mile
'bigots fanatics"- years. Beard noted. church activities in Gainesville. PersonWant SALESPERSON or Female
Experienced In the sale of Lingerie.
such a total would be "a catas- The U.S. is one of the few Services will be held in Mor- This Is a full time permanent RAILROAD CAREERS: See our f xix secretaries, salary open
trophe"-found solace in his position with all employee bene ad under class. No. 1$. Cashler4iostess. attractive
countries participating which yen, Ga., Saturday at 11 a.m. fits. Apply Wllsons' DepartmentStore. White housekeeper $25 wk.
own record total. IGvaniansGiven does net provide a special fund ::: > combination man Insurance age 25-55 debit for Exp.BookJtHper.Waitress salary, open

He said he was pleased bythe Pennies Gone I WANTED white lady live In Experience helpful but not essentiaL Exp. mechanics salary i comm.
for Olympic teams. and take care house & 2 chil Call 372-7147 for inter- Store trainee hi
fact that he :and Byrnes, who "Luckily the World's Fair dren. FR 2-4502 bet. 3:30 endS view. Off. trainee hi schL schL grad.grad.

also the. civil rights Boys'Club SALT LAKE CITY Utah AP p.m., or FR 4-OW1 bet. 7 SALESMAN Tree surgeon, foreman, $2 hr.
supported ( )
will donate part of their pro- a.m. & 3 p.m. Experienced In the sale of Auto salesman, Exp.

bill and criticized Wallace as a ceeds to finance our team." he One of the main fixtures of MAKE MONEY in your spare Men's clothing and Furnishings Short order grill man
time Avon. If have for Insurance trainee." $100 wk.
selling you part time work. Apply In
racist, held a margin. of more AwardThe said. "Also television rights Daniel Montoya's bathroom is Ads 4 hours a day to spare from son at Wilson's Department per Route salesman. Levy Co.

than 3 to 1.Reynolds have been purchased and the missing-a huge bank containing your 2-0421.home. Call Mrs. Burns FR Store. CONNELL 120 SE EMPLOY.1st Ave.AGY.

announced.he would money from this should just between 8,000 and 10,000 WANT- $23 PER WEEK and a new MAN route. wanted preferred for ages local 21 milk to Phone 374-M34

run as a favorite'son after conferring Man-and-Boy Award for aboue cover our expenses." j pennies. dresses.wardrobe?Fashion Show Frocks.our lovely Dept. good 25 High health.school ed. preferred. 14-Sates Help Wanted
Apply 204 SW
with President Johnsonat Outstanding Service to the Boys -- p-4235. Cincinnati O. 45202 ith St.EXPERIENCED.

the White House. The Presi- Club was presented to the University 4. FULL or part-time position open service station ROUTE SALESMAN
In credit department. Must have
det gave his permission for City Kiwanis Club atyesterday's County Reviews ; collect. experience. Apply In attendant If not willing wanted.-to wcr Salary apply FOR log and Old Reliable Company sell.
luncheon meeting. person J. M Fields Department according to ability. Fringe delivering to hotels and
use of his name and picture on store. benefits. Good future for right restaurants. Successful and well

behalf of the Reynolds slate Outstanding Service plaqueswere COCKTAIL- waitress experienced NW.person.13th See St.COMBINATION.Billy Gouge 311 Good established salary territory and commission.available.'

also awarded to Kiwanis presentable. Apply UniversityInn State age, former
'which included all the state's Lines Mr. Poiin. employment
body and fender record and detaH. Replies
Democrats., President John W. Hoover and RoadsBy HIGH school senior or graduatedo man wanted.'Good working eond. fldentlal. Write Box No. :3N-M con-
President Sinclair Eaton. Zoning you wish to learn bookkeeping Contact Bill Bray. Hawes-Pow- In care of Gainesville Sun.
past ? We will teach you. Good ers Body Shop 611 SW 3rd Ave. REGISTERED
President Sher- for Typo FR 20538CAREER Rea Estate Sales
Past Boys' Club experience right person.
person Call FR *4m for ,.
ing Apply Mrs. Pitt- nettlonal
necessary. with
More About Opportunity v'ew.'
iff J. M.. Crevasse made the BARBARA GEYER Because of failure to get several 10 man.. University Inn. organization. Young man MARY MOELLER REALTOR
21 to 35. Ambitious and willing ,
presentations. : Zoning and road construction rights-of-way, John Merrill Waitresses Jerrys Restaurant Apply 2310 person.S.W. to work. Salary and commission. 101f w. Unlv Ave.
As one of their projects, Ki! 13th Sfreet.WAITRES Stock purchase plan for permanent
Steel matters dominated the Alachua requested permission to consider employees. Company car 16-Work Wanted Female
wanians donated $450 for the wanted. Apply In per.son and leads furnished. Retirement
County Commission meeting going through Univers i t y Cookies Truck Terminal. and group benefits. No exper WANT lob
support of the Boys Club gymnastic Days Hawthorne. lance as practical nurse and
yesterday. property to construct 23rd Ter- required. We train you. companion. Have own car. Call
for the fourth WANTED attractive young lady. Opportunity for advancement to 376054.
between Archer Road and the right man. Apply Singer Co.
race between ages 21 and 35. Good
consecutive Money for Already existing water problems _216 W. Univ. Ave.
From Page year. pay. Savings and Loan lob In
the Williston cut-off. 17 Work
these projects Is raised by selling precipitated by a' recently Stark, prior experience In use YOUNG man with ambition, and Wanted Ma!.
Merrell said the estimatedcost S200CLASSIFIED of office machines also desir Interested In future In the lew-
brooms during Gainesville's constructed swimming pool able. Call 964-4501 Starke If Interested elry business. No experience REFRIGERATOR
kept to establish and and air condI.
carryout interview.
of several for
moving @s School
Clean-up and Paint Week and and trailer park were broughtout pow ate. 7iusrlh Iota but tlonlng repair man wants WOrK.
price-fixing agreements.The WAITRESS wanted. evening shift summer CIII FR 2-319.
to er lines was $31,000 and it wouldbe at Howard Johnson's Restaurant. a permanent position for the
the operation of gumball machines as opposition rezoning a
alleged price-fixing con- to Apply in only. At 2830 right person. Robertson's Jewelers 18 Schools
person &
considerably cheaper go S Instructions
spiracy was said to have in the city. seven and one-half acre area N.W. 13th St. 211 W. Univ. Ave.

started In 1955 and continued to A. W. BJgrter, executive secretary -' near the VA hospital construction -through University property. SMART and Attractive waitress BARTENDER, experienced mix- MEN
State Road 26 construction over 21 to serve nice people In ologist sociable sober. Apply AND WOMEN WANTED
at least 1961. of Florida for the YMCA, site from agriculture to residence a nice atmosphere. Permanent University Inn. Mr. Porln TO TRAIN FOR
I will begin this fall on the Mel- lob reasonable hours. Immediate CIVIL
the C for the constructionof SERVICEEXAMS
The government charged that spoke briefly on aspirations vacancy. Apply PrimroseInn. 13-Help Male or Female

prices of carbon steel'sheets and achievements of the YMCA.Thghtei' four-unit apartment houses. rose-Gainesville highway, Commissioner W. .
counts the Florida Sidney Martin told the PHOTOGRAPHY laboratory as- Ages IMS.rtMAA"1 Women.
have been fixed at arbitrary The Zoning Board recommended 12 Male Help Wanted sistant. Write letter application IIry. Crammer NO experience neces.

non-competitive levels and pur- Youth Legislature held in mid- the land, belonging to GeorgeZ. Commission. County Engineer for Interview stat In g usually; "lelent.chool Permanent
R. J. Miller announced that bids qualifications. Box 39M c-o lobs. No
chasers of the steel sheets have March as one of the outstand-I Rianheart be rezoned. Gainesville Sun.STRUCTURAL. Hlgn pay. layoffs.Advancement.Short hours.
have been let the State Road Send
achievements of the YMCA. by ADVERTISINGREPRESENTATIVE name horn. ..
ing address
been deprived of the benefit of, R. L. Henderson's request to phone
the of U. S. STEEL de- and tIme hon ..
Dept. on section Write
free and open competition in The Youth legislature is a facsimile -rezone the area around Rocky tellers to $150 per week. Marcel. Co. lox 381-A., C/o G"nes-,

the sale of such products.The I of the state legislature. Point Road and the Williston In- Hwy 301 between Waldo and Orange A wonderful opportunity for ARCHITECTURAL to S175 per draftsman week. ville Sun.RAILROAD

conspirators, the indictment Gainesville students instrumental Heights, and bids will possibly the right man. Must be between ESTIMATORS $10,000 an munlcations CAREERS: In cenv
terstate-75 from of work. Retirement
interchange agriculture 20 440 years nually.
alleged agreed on steel-: In ,the Youth Legislature be let in June on the section age. be able to sell., type BUYERS $400 WOO per high Phone pay. Ages 1KJO. Write give
!. to business A was presented at least 40 wpm have Box 3 A care of
sheet "extras. These "extras"are : guests at the Kiwanis meeting, to the commission. The between Orange Heights 7 good transportation. This Gainesville Sun.

charges for steel sheets of were Pat O'Niel who served as and Hawthorne. local lob offers tremendous LAW or Bus. Adm. degree, Accountants LEARN EARN
Zoning Board recommended possibilities for future advancement Field Representatives, Secretarial courses. apeedwrit.
of the house Sherrie approval Other items included approvalof good salary log shorthand
particular dimensions, gauge, I speaker ; Field Superintendents, Chemical classes now
of this change, adding a clerks and Inspectors and the plus commission and expenses Industrial. Mechanical and Civil forming. HowetCi Business College. -
quality, metallurgical content or Coker, author of the outstanding paid vacation and Engineers, Machinists Teachers, 2I$ W. Unlv. Ave.
buffer the north and
zone on ballot for the 6th election many many fringe bene Reg. Nurses
processing requirements.The bill presented in the last session May fits. Must be willing to

price of a steel sheet Is ; and David B. Smith, reporter -southside of the property.The and authorization for P. K. work long hard hours. Experience Applicants for above positions NATIONALCONCERN

made up of a base price plus for the Alachua County Commission will vote on Yonge and the City of Alachua necessary preferred.If eualffied but in not all must be willing to relocate.

the cost of the "extras." newspapers. i both zone changes next week. I use of county voting machines. other resume aspects.of Send qualifications complete EXECUTIVE Secretaries, Secretaries Bookkeepers, ,Sfenogs.Clerk-, Has openings for college students -
to Box WJ-A Gainesville
typists office cashiers 21-40 with during summer vacation.
Sun.IALESMEN. a minimum of 2 yrs. office experience. Public: relations work. $100 a
Also part-time stenographers week salary If qualified plus
I Lauds Club Youth we are awarding Several $1000
Boys' TrainingWalter 1\Hd@d-2 good men for scholarships and other awards
beverage route. age 2550. Salary Apply 10 12 AJM. 2-4 PJM. For appt. call Mr. R. B. Davis
commission. Phone 372-tHI
plus PERSONNEL CENTER 354-3743. Jacksonville, Fla. or
t to 5 Mon. thru FrL imp In Salt 143 Fla. NafL

for establlshed 102 NW 2nd Bank Bfdg, Jacksonville, be-
ROUTE salesman Ave. 372-4377 for
R. (Sonny) Lee, a The Gainesville Lions club has made a total of 150 cornea Klement, president; Dr. Marion route. No experience. Will appointment. tween hours f A.M. end noon.

member of the Gainesville also been instrumental in forming transplants and 90 per cent of [Weaver, 1st vice-president; Hubert train.surroundings.Familiar Salary with d Ocala comm.&

Boys' Club board of directors, the North Florida eye bankin these have been successful. Barlow, 2nd vice-president; Apply pjn. to at t.OO 13l'p.m.S. Main St. 5:00

yesterday urged Gainesville the J. Hillis Miller Health At yesterday's weekly meet- L. B. Hull, 3rd vice-president; ROUTE salesman for Gainesville

Lions to visit and support the Center. Since its inception two ing the following slate of officers Quinn Waters, secretarytreasurer area. 5 days week salary &.
Commission. Call Ronnie Hayward ARE YOU A SALESMAN
Gainesville Boys' Club. years ago, the eye bank has was approved; Frank ; Robert Loehr, tail twister; 7-UP Bottling Co. FR 24761. ???

The Boys Club Isn't just a John Howze, lion tamer; Reed .

place for parents to leave their Wallace, Walter R. Lee, Jr., DO you want a FUTURE? .
r you want to make MONEY
children when they go shopping William S. Talbot, one year di DO you own a Car and Car Insurance

said "but rather I SEE III rectors. UPHOLSTERYFor ARE READY, WILLING
Lee is by I you and ABLE TO ,WORK
a place which helps in the trainIng Dial call top quality workmanship IF your answer U yes to all above questions

of boys to become good citi I EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE Mr. McLeod collect -
STATE OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR GAINESVILLE 4224111 Ocala between the hours
zens. ALACHUA COUNTY IN CHANCERY. UPHOLSTERY of t a.m. & it am. for Interview.

Lee said staff members of the the SUN MODERN HOMES FINANCE isot N.W. I3t* st. THERE are two positions to be filled.
II I COMPANY. a Florida corporation. 376-4672
Boys' Club hope to initiate a ., .. Plaintiff. deuvtry.Free Estimates-TICK op and

plan to work with school principals .. II JOHN-vs-DAVIS ROBINSON and BEATRICE -

in an effort to help poten- ROBINSON his wife. -----

tial school, dropouts.Lee ACCIDENT ROUNDUP I Street at 5:15 pjn. yesterday. Defendants.NOTICE OP SUIT IN XHE

Involved In accidents reported William Wesley Ward. 944 NW The State of FloridaTO FUN
is governor of Lions District to the police and sheriffs : John Davis Robinson and ,
33rd Ave., and Paul Williams, Beatrice Robinson his wife.

SSL in.FlorIda. office during the last 24 hours: : 5320 NW 2nd Ave., In the 1900 Route Gainesville 4 Florida

In the Court of the County Judge Ala) Policeman Al Clemons strucka block of W. University Avenueat You are hereby notified that 0 suit
thus County. Florida In Probate.In cement block doing about $50 has been filed against you In the above Announcements
r*; Estate of 2:55
p.m. yesterday.Iris cause and that you are hereby required -
BESSIE LOVE .SHAWD.cees.d. damage to a police car while to file your answer with the Clerkof
Miller, 514 NW 33rd Ave., the Circuit Court. and to serve a copy
To AH Creditor and Persons having checking a building at 116 NW thereof LOST & FOUND
the Plaintiff
Claims or Demands Against Said Ev In the 200 block of NE 16th Avenue attorney upon' whose or Plaintiffs -
16th Ave. at 12:30 a.m. today. name and address -
at 12:45 Is: Mercury N. Kavouklls P.O. FOUND Yearling. IdentIfy. SUNBOATS
You and each of are hereby notified pjn. yesterday.Fire .
and required you to present any William Dell Fagan, Tampa, Box 442 Fernandlna Beach Florida, Pay Damages and Cost. Write NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA
not later than the 12th of Box 392-A. Gainesville Sun.
day May.
claims and demands which you. or either hit a fence and a utility pole at Calls A.D 1M4.
of you. may have against th* estate I LOST. Round gold watch and chain
of BESSIE LOVE SHAW late of said County. to the fesso will be entered against you for the 4-MOO.
County Judd of Alaehua County. Florid at 10:45 pan. yesterday. fire in a motTe home at 2330 relief demanded In the Complaint.The _ _ BOATS & MOTORS OUTDOOR RECREATIONWHO
at his office In the court house ol nature of the suit being for foreclosure LOST Overboard Shakespear rod
said* County at Gainesville Florida. Katherine S. Bills, Jacksonville E. University Ave. of Mortgage encumbering the and reel (and 2000 plug In Newnan's WOULD LIKE THE 71st 1? Plywood tithing be.,.. 24" GRILLS
within six calendar months from the and Charles H. Baumberger following described property. situate In Lake" April 5. Probablynear HUNTER Fiberglass Flshlag $49 JO HOOD-SPIT
time of the first publication of this At 1:50 a.m. today a palm Aiachua County.: Florida to-wtt; Palm Point. Call FR 44147 Boat Introduced by FRANK THE TACKLE BOX AND MOTOR

notice. Each claim or demand shaU be 914 SW 7th Ave.. in the 12001 tree on fire on North South Commence at the Southwest corner LOST brown' white pointer, bird 13'PHILPOTT .... The' Heart Of East GamesvIHe GOOD YEAR$10 SERVICE" STORES
In writing. and shall state the place block of SW 5th Avenue at 01 the North Quarter (NV6) of Section dog. Was wearing collar wIth HUNTER Boat S2V5M Check with Charlie 725 N. Male
of residence and post office\ address of Drive.At ten (10) Township Ten (10) South St. Augustine bvwcuiatlon tag. 14 MURRAY Tilt Trailer I142J5 FR 2-171. 3733537List
the claimant and shall be sworn to by p.m. yesterday.Dale Range. Eighteen (11) EasC Inside the Charles Mam is. Box in. Gabies. '42 .EVINRUDE 1! rLP. motor _ _
........ FOR SKIING
the claimant. Ms agent. his attorney. 10:47 p.m. yesterday, a Arrandonda Grant.. and run East ville.
and any such' claim or demand not so Raymond Birkenmeyer, for a distance of six hundred thirty "EI.ts..lrR'"Spffl; All new 21 H.P.
palm tree fire LOST red wallet I In N. Mam motor attached to ifum of Classifications to choose
void.P. on near Mallory a
shall be
filed C. KEETER 1317 NW 7th Ave., and Sandra Hall at the thence(430) feet run to East the point for a of distance Beginning of: 373-4U Shopping orFR Center 2599 April$. ,"Reward"-. Call ........................ U'5.00 Lone Star CaprL Fiberglass boot from
As administrator of the Estate of Allen I University.At MOTORS that rides en a 14' BarrentmaTrailer.
Mathenson. 2020 Jennings two hundred ten (210) feet thencerun off.ed.LOST .
executor of the Last wui end 2:20 '63 3t HP Evlnrvde ...... S425.ee S i.CAIRO'S .
Testament As of Hall at NW 5th Avenue and 17thIN I p.m. yesterday a dred Norm ten (210)for a feetj distance thence of two run West fun- little boy's 4 mo. old brown' '43 SVt HP Evinrwde .... $235.00 MARINE CENTER SUng Swimming-Diving.

BESSIE LOVE SHAW deceased. grass fire at 3805 NW 17th St. for distance of two hundred ten pUppie. white chest fc feet black a 10 HP Johnson $moo 401 S. Main FR 24531
a _:: ::::
.. ;
First publication March 1$. W4 : THE COUNTY JUDGEs COURT.IN .1 (210) feet thence run South for a tip ears. Mixture Boxer I Collie. 63 TV HP Elgin $ Fishing Equipment.
(3173) :11. 2S 4: 1. 1 AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY NOTICE OF SAL distance of two hundred ten (210) 3M4 S.W. 3rd Ave. 37J-01P. EASY TERMS OR CENTRAL FOR FISHING
SALETO FLORIDA.IN To Whom It May Concern: feeti to the POINT OP BEGINNING.Said FOUND: About a week ago at CHARGE Complete and ready to go. Used Safety Items.
NOTICE OP RE: Estate of i Ya u are hereby notified that the following parcel of land Is Identified as Gainesville High School female FRANK PHILPOTTSSPORT ir Marine Plywood fishing boat.
WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: JOHN AARON OLIVER motor vehicle. : W3 Chevrolet being the same and Identical parcel buff colored part cocker dog CENTER 144 Barrenflne trailer and a Golfing Equipment.
You are hereby notified that the followIng Deceased. ill' 4-Door. Serial No. ei4lfA53SU will ef land conveyed to John Davis Robinson .boutIf''. old. Call FR 2-2P4. Where Quality Sells Itself' "44 Johnson iV HP motor for
Chew Cnv Sjf11MM1JW74 Tennis Equipment.
motor vehicle: NOTICK TO CREDITORS. be sold at .
$4 f.BAIRD'S
public sale at 10:00 o'clock and Beatrice Robinson his wife. 20 HW. 14th Ave. only
will be sold at public sale AH creditors of tr* Estate of JOHN A.M. on the um day of April. 1.... at Mortgagor herein from Mlzeito Henry 4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE FR 2-501.or FR 4-4W3 MARINE CENTER Baseball Equipment.Where .
at 10:00 ajn. o'clock on the Main 1:1dar St.Gainesville. AARON OLIVER. Deceased are here Associates Discount Corp.. 1321 N. Main by Warranty Deed dated the tth Mon Thru Frt 54 p-m. SaL M dO' s. Main FR i- rn
of April. ,.*"Fla. at 534 The North proceeds of the by claims notified and required to file any St. Gainesville. Florida. day of January. 143 and recorded In tN, GAINESVILLE. irs _ _ _ to Fish.
or demands which: they may The proceeds of the sale will be applied the Pvbllc Records of Alachua Coun GDI'S PHARMACY SWIMMING
sale will be applied to the payment of have against said estate In tne Office first to me payment of the costs ty. Florida .In Deed Book 214." pages 114 Central Plaza POOLS
the cost of retaking storing and sale of the County Judge' of Alachua Coun of retaking and sale of said
t44 7 and Is further Identified as being
(next to Winn-Dixie) Plus
i many many more.
anl the cost of ty. Florida In the
vehicle Courthouse
of said motor at Gainesville
vehicle and the cost of publication the and Identical
publication! of notice of sale and then to Florida, within six (s) calendar of notice of sale and then to the satisfaction land on which same Modern Homes parcel C o of nstructwn For IJ3.L.prescriptions DRUGSTORE 4 cosmetic Sun Want Ads BE CAREFREE _ _
the satisfaction of the balance duo under -months from the date af the first pub of the balance due under the Company is erecting or has
the contract with Thomas W. Sanders iteation of tnis notice. Each claim or contract witn Hans Joachim Helnen. erected a shell-type frame dwelling LEARN TO DRIVEl Special at. Enjoy a dean end healthy POOl. ADVERTISE IN TBS
P. O. Box 30 f. Micanopy Florida -demand must be In writing and must 405 N.E. 7th Avenue Gainesville. FlorIda house for and at the behest Of Mortgagor tentton to nervous cr elderly. Get Results Master Pool Service Inc.
covering the financing of said motor state the place of residence and post covering th* financing of said motor herein.! Easy Way Driving School. FR Supplies I Monthly cleaning" DZRECTOBT
vehicle. Any surplus will be paid to office address of the claimant and must vehicle. Any surplus will be paid to you Witness my hand and the seal of saw _-7WS3.. Lte. by State of Fla. service. iEBVJCE
you. and you will remain liable tor any be sworn to by the claimant his agent, and you will remain. liable for my balance Court at Alachua County Gainesville. FR 3-5343 4-0040 J-J171
balance remaining unpaid wider said or his attorney or It will become remaining unpaid under said Florida, this 3rd day of April A. D. t Bawy Sitters Chili Car
contract. void according to law.

Dated this 24th day of March ,,". This 7th day of April. A.D. 1W4. contract.ASSOCIATES DISCOUNT 1164.S.. J. B. CARMICHAEL. MR. MERCHANT: To place ad in the
: H. u JAMERSON tratrix of the Estate of JOHN MGR. ( Seal) PLAY SCHOOL Fun in the Sun section PHONE 372.8441C
Gainesville Fla AARON OLIVER* tctllH. 1 o33 MaIn, JUt Fla. Deputy Clerk
mt ) 4 ...Ml curs) 4.$. 15, 22 21. (3227) 4:1 ...itt..w (3224) 4.1 U. 22. 2t. Visit 24 SE us Itt and St. FR see ::t.o..yrNrMlf.

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35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sal

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CLASSIFICATION INDEX 1I ESTATES. Just break. 3 BR. 2 baths, 25x25 family 1311 N. E. 20th PL By owner 3 FOR SALE by owner 2 BR., NO DOWN PAYMENT 3 BR.. 3 NORTHWESTAND
WIMBERLY on new imaginativehome room Ig. living rm. enclosed BR. Fla. rmj patio; $77.14 mo. CCB home at 1730 N.W. 55th bath. Central heat, central air KUEHN, JR.

= ing ground!I Now Is the time to buy garage central heat & air cond. VA loan; alr-cond. & appl. op Terr. Quiet neighborhood. $500 cond. Northwest. $19,000. Call close to Littlewood and Homes. Lots. Income. Business
contract & choose dcr Lot beautifully landscaped. :3428 tional. Make offer FR 2-2341.<< dn. and assume montly payments 376-227. Westwood schools. 3 Bedrooms and Lake Property. f
ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE I under D. Myrick, Bidr. NW 12th Ave. Call FR 2-4518 for of $66.36. Call 376-2179. and 2 Baths, Central Heat. Farms and Acreage.
out. Lloyd
1 In Memortam thru appointment.FOR NW SECTION for sale or rent 3 HOME TRADEOPPORTUNITY large family room and screened
ii 3 BR. CCB. air conditioned,
FR 25629.3BEDROOM. remodeled E. C. KUTHN Jr.
I Card .1 Thinks 11 Wanted U Bar and 4 bedroom 2 bath. CCB porch fenced back yard, *
Iii F.mn4 a Machinery To.U only $450 down $91.27 per home. City water lights and for extra spacious Florida beautifully C38 N: MAIN ST.
S Lei' landscaped $13-
= bath home
2 sep. room living room. After
month payments can gun.lify FR 8-2032 Broker FR C-C514
you Shown
Personalised Services 63 Building Materials sewers. by appointment.Phone 500 Call anytime.
4 Take ad-
large investment
Information U Household Goods arate dining room. for 4 BR, 2 bath home. 1806 FR 2-3826. payment. assume WILL trade several homes In Palm RALPH REALTOR
-= Travel C5 vantage of owner's having to NW 38th Terr. Will paint Insidea 4Vt per cent mortgage with View Estates for homes in the .
I Specie. Notieoai AatlfBe move & have spacious rooms outside completely. For appt.to FOR SALE OR RENT principal. Interest, insuranceand 10-12,000 price Visit Sales FOSSEY
...r..t. M Misc. F r Sail in new home area city and county tax
& wardrobes I see call 372-0481. Highland Court Manor. :3 bedroom pay Office Comer NW 39th Terrace "Selling Florida Since 1904"
5 Baby Sitters CMd Cue n Trading Potts executives. $19- ments of only $85 per month. 11 W.
among young 1 bath kitchen equipped. Swim- and 16th Ave. or call FR 2-9545. University Ave. Ph. 376-1359
I Places 1'. G. Ann Articles Wanted 000. FR 25629.WESTW000 PROFESSOR OWNER. moving ming pool privileges. Rent $120 2213 NE 7th Terrace. Butler Member Multiple ListingNO Shadow
Bros. Builders. Lawn Estates
Things T. Be.AUTOMOTIVE. 69 F..=I OU Weeds 1a 1- New 3 BR. 2 bath Masonry down
month. or $600 and RETIREMENT ,
resume HOME
quiet Custom-built homes that look
?. Beats Marine Eqmlp. LITTLEWOOD home. Hardwood floors, cen- Phone
11 Camp But.Fish Walking distance to schools. 3 tral heating. S. W. section. mortgage.see at 2619 N.E. 11th FR St.6-9917 or for neighborhood small 2 bedroom ideal J. W. DREAM We can't sleep custom-built. If yon are tired
family. $7,500 with
I 59 OffIce EtmJpme BR. 2 baths home In Skyline wooded lot 140 x 210. Faculty at night for thinking of this .! homes with that sub-dirt-
1C Airplane SaI..Ee.t.1I'Z1 I floors, neighborhood. FR 21su.RENTERS DUPLEX. downtown Investment KIRKPATRICKATTRACTIVE lion look. see
for Sale 13 Musical Merchandise Heights. Study. 4 BEDROOM. 2 bath with central property, income of place. Gold fish. Camellias,
Moblio Homes E built-in range i oven. Cent. heating and atrcondltion- $110 per month, priced at $&.500. Azaleas, Banana shrubs in F. D. Oliv d. Bldr.
I_! 51 Tricks for Wanted Sale heat. Shaded beck yard. Call ? ing. 4123 NW 15th St. FR 6- ACREAGE Ten miles from City. comfortable. front yard. Beautiful oaks. orange Ph. FB 3-086*

Tracks Track BenUUs REAL ESTATE FOR SALE I 376-0862. for free 7829. Parcels 3 to 29 acres $200 to available and priced right Two trees carport two car West ea NW 3 tt AT*. past
Tractors month's
I SO Sunday. Apr. 19. Register rent $400 per acre with terms. bedrooms (one Is a whopper) garage stables large living I tb. Glo Springs intersection. -
$ Trailer BentalsS3 BeootenN.Aa&olDoiln. 33 Loll for Sal OPEN Cherokee HOUSE model, designed & engineered no obligation drawing month- NEW HOUSE. 3 bedrooms 2 WE NEED LISTINGS-CALL two baths a family room two room with fireplace dining "". See Ilea es Mt
Motorcycle: : baths, central heat. C.C.B. walk In
pantry. Nearly 2,000
car carpet plenty of storage sq.
34 Waterfront S. Steel Corp.. ly.
Repairs Pr.pert 37 by U. Buiit-in kitchen. Save $1400. AND TELL US WHAT YOU space and other attract I v I ft. of living space. 14 minutes
ft. 3
U Aitomoblles for Bal.M XS Hue F.r SaleS Homes Division. 2100 sq. HUGH EDWARDS. I INC Call for appointment. Pn. features make this a real from Gainesville, Florida.
< air cond.. brick HAVEALACHUA
Swap CarsEDUCATIONAL Cotties For Sal. BR 2 bath, North Central Fla. largest builder FR 6-4774 or FR 2-3826. home. Idylwlld section and Prlce-Low
37 Real Estate 2 car garage. 1801 NW
Exchanged: 37 veneer by far. REALTYAssociates
no city taxes
I 38 Beal EiUU Wanted 36th Dr. Alachua Homes Inc. NE 16th Ave. & 15th St. APPEALING three bedroom two IT'S VACANT Phone FR 2-2511

II School Uutnctlon 39 Oat of Town Property I Phone 3720421.ANGLEWOOD COMING I bath house In the Northwestwith to see this 3 bedroom 2 bath WATCH FOR
40 Easiness Properties by owner 3 BR. 2 Member Multiple Listing personality touches home on large corner lot in IMPORTANTANNOUNCEMENT
19 Misle. Datelng. 41 Residential Ineam li 1 STORY Arie T. Smith. Realtor beautiful
Instruction bath. Price $17,800. $800 down. throughout. Large family I residential l area closeto
20 4S Farms Mabel L. Gore. Associate I
A Acreage Call 372-2727. room fireplace walled patio schools and shopping. This I
43 Colored Property Rentals 37 VILLAGE 635: N. E. 1st St. Phone 376-2448 rode garden. fall out home has large Florida room I Cooperative apartments to
EMPLOYMENT 4J-1 Colored Property Sales 3 LG. BR. 2 bath, panelled LR. RED BRICK shelter and nice landscaping. extra large kitchen with built. be built in Gainesville. For
17 Work Wanted Male fireplace attached garage HW FUNIN Priced less than 117.- in range and oven. 2 car carport I information call FR 62921or
II Work Wanted Female RENTALS floors. On Ig. fenced corner lot. GREEN 000.00.ANGLEWOOD. and many other desirable write:
It Sales Help Wanted NW near Stephen Foster. $14,500. Fireplace-strip oak floors- i We have two features. Priced at $22X100 with P. O. Box 13956

11 Help-Malo .r Female 44 Cottages For Rent 37 $450 d.P. FR 2-8851. very large kitchen with built THE SUN modern homes available at 117,- good financing available Gainesville Fla.

U Mal. Help, Wanted 45 FBralahed Apts. 5; :3 AND 4 Bedroom homes. On Acre In appliances rear screened McKINNEY 500.00. These homes have three
Dramatic 44 Unfurnished Apts. lots. Go out 16th Avenue to 43rd porch can be converted Into bedrooms. two baths, Florida DAN BYRDASSOCIATES University Park
Fla. '
11 Female Help Wanted 47 Houses for Bent Fan. St. Intersection. turn right go room-rear patio for privacy GREEN room. central heat built In
45 B..... for Kent UaI_ = approximately 1 mile. see sign on baths.3 Floored very large bedrooms 2 kitchen. Occupancy at the Apts.
FARMS & LIVESTOCK 49 Rooms Bent left. to upstairs and DEATONREALTORS California ranch modern offers end of June. Financing can ,
a'm ready convert Into 4th and
2* Farm Efolpment 10 Hotel T. D. 2ETROUER BUILDERFR 5th bedroom or play room as loads of living at very reasonable be arranged for an acceptable Inc.

27 Feed Fertilizer fit MIse. Rentals 37 6-3848. needed. LIKE NEW Inside monthly payments. Indoor purchaser. Jack DeYot Broker
Snpplle S1A Wanted T* Beat and outdoor living and dining REDUCED 1600.00 to $8.900.00. -
28 Livestock: ; LIKE OLD yard and landscap.
4 BR. 2 bath home. air conditioning This modern ,Ocala block twobedroom Associates:
'lEi SedIso 53 Boarders Wanted with fenced In
1: 29 Landscaping Top 37 Ig. family Rm. Walking distance ing. Frankly we wonder if FHA Quick Buy area patio. 3- house can be Christine Stone. E. E. Holloway
Pets SappUes S3 Office Desk Sped Boy's Club and. I e m. did not make a mistake when This 4 B. R. 3 bath home MUST bedrooms with feet upon cubic for not more than $75.00 yours per Walter E. Stoddard, HOMESBuilt

UTCitock wanted 91 Easiness Rental 53 schooL K99S. Terms. FR 2- they valued this property at only SELL Estate to be settled feetof closet space. 2 Luxur. month. Located on a shadedlot Clayton Guynn to your plans and speci
37 9714. 17500. with lust $1.000 down Comer lot near J. J. Fin ley ious papered baths, filon lumInous in the Northwest and 825 N. W. 13th Street FR 2-2511 fications. Built anywhere In
.,-SERVICE Including closing costs. You School and University Call ceilings. glass shower en- available for Immediate oc Member Multiple Listing Alachua County.TOMMY .
Iso Bulneis Opportmnltles S3 Special Service SPACIOUS home, NW 39th Ave., may drive past 636 NE 10th FR. 2.3617.Littlewood. .closures. WOWI what a cupancy. Make a reasonable
Monev U Loan 23 Horn Improvements large tot 3 BR. 2 bath modern Ave. for an idea of the value kitchen. Easy to clean custom offer on the down payment RIDGELL
i kitchen living room with fire- then call FR 6-2472 for an appointment formica cabinets. Built in GE
M.rtgages Radio TV Serrleo and monthly payments EYES RIGHT!
Wanted 25 Appliance tt FnrnHnre place, dining room-family room to see Inside (it looks : range. oven and hood. Double ; if accepted you can BUILDERSCall
Money i
wall to wall carpeting. central even better). sink. Central heat available with
: Warner This Is a fine home In an Ideal move In tomorrow. See real dream living In Shadow FR 2-4125
tI ,... .. ml IIIIIDIIInnn"lmnnmurll1ll.JlllllUB'nw' heat. Phone 376-4002. Weseman-Realtor N ext door to the or without air conditioning.
"'''""" ....."". .."..... ..y..a.. UWWII&IDIIIo. 1113 N. Main St. location Lawn Estates. Models Open.F. .
HOUSES FOR SALE: 3-BR 2. school 3 B. R. 2 Baths Terrazzo Spacious comer lot. Many ex J. W. KIRKPATRICKRealtor D. Oliver Bldr.
18 Schools & Institutions 35 Houses for Sole Bath central heat with fire 13th STREET 4114 NW by owner floors Central heat 1 tras. .
place. .NW 47th Terrace. Price 13500. FR 6-2042 after 3 yr. old. Much desired neigh- Member Multiple Listing Ph. FR 1-0866
$15,900. P.M. borhood. The owner has left $86 per mo. VA or FHA Includes 31 N. Main Phone FR 2-8404 West on NW 39th Ave. past
Estate Exam CHEAPER THAN RENT: 2. BR town and must sell Price now everything. $500 down FHA ASSOCIATES: the Glen Springs intersec I
$60 A MONTH. New 2 BR. CB 627 NE 10th PLACE, 2 bedroom. tion. See sign on left.
1-bath. SE 46th Terr. $9400. reduced to $16,500 Can be Includes closing. $100 down VA Floye Mathiasen Irene Punnell
COURSE home terrazzo floor Ig. lot, low Payments $65 i er mo.2BR CCB large garage. FHA_ loan F.H.A. financed Act now-This Includes closing. A. W. Reece Capt. USN Ret. I
available. .
ATTEND First lesson free. down payment. See at 222 S.E. l-bath SE 46th Terr. 6501. Phone FR69658. property won't be on the mark WHAT'SBACK

HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE 20th St. 372-4692. $45 per mo. BEAUTIFULLY kept 3 BR et long. Call FR. 2-3617.
COLLEGE. 21> W. Univ. Ave And also some trade-In Houses. home. wood floors, like new, Hugh Edwards, Inc. ,I If

_FR. _6-3S07, 3723727. NEW 3 bedroom. CCB $8995. Call FR 6-7466. dishwasher & disposal air-con "North Central Florida's Largest
$450 down. $65 month. Phone ditioned. Lovely yard. $600 do. DuplexLet Developer far."
27 Feed & Fertilizer Day 495-2441 Night FR 6-4311. YOUNG 1005 NE 23rd Blvd. FR 2-5943. us show you this attractiveand NE 23rd Blvd. and 15th. St.
well located two story duplex
IF you plan to build ana would
HAZEL HEIGHTS that we have listed Good 372-1551.
like a custom built home by experienced of the
DARY: FERTILIZER $8.00 per See 4-bedroom AMERICA builders that have condition Fully furnishedIncome -
our and 3-bed-
$1.25 bag. Phone 376- the time to discuss of $175.00 per month -
yard. per room. 2-bath CCB homes with plans with ROSES ROSES ROSES
Could be used as a home with I
555$. built-in electric stove and oven. you. call 372-2527 ask for Gene IF YOU LIKE GARDENING
an Income Attractively pric
city utilities. FENCED
edDon.t wait Call FR. 2- I
Livestock & Supplies our 80 plans to choose from.
28 Wired for television and tele- 3617. :3 BR. CCB HOUSE, FLA. RM.
Complete financing can be explained
phone. Large yards completely FHA. $500 EQUITY TAKE UP
grassed. Hazel Heights Is In to you right In your own PAYMENTS OF
f I YR. old Mare Paint, pleasure the city limits. Equipped with NEW BRICK home. For appointment call. Fred Guy Jayne ButterworthCoL S TAXES. OPT. STOVE REFRIGERATOR
working barrel racing. Registration sewer lines, close to bus stop. THE JAMES CO. J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire & AIR-COND. I
available. Call aft low down MODELSOPEN Of Gainesville Inc.
papers payment conventional Multiple Listing 2502 N.E. llth TERR.. FR 2mllmtltllll"IIIIIINIIIfI.II"lllIn"'mIIlnllllll
,er 6 p.m. 466-9295. loans. Located on Northwest Builders of Klngsberry HomesPh. 5788. -
39th Ave., West of 13th 10 a.m. Til Dark 372-2527 nltes 372-7401. Your Key to Good Li\ ;' for
REGISTERED. Super Rollo Poll St. Shown by appoIntment FEATURES RED FRANKSREALEST .tg
Hereford Bull 26 months old. THE Idylewllde 2 ,
Phone FR "
'Sell to avoid Inbreeding. Call Fireplaces BR, CCB house. tile bath family A TEA "' A HUGH EDWARDS HOMES

475-5811. Listing Screened porches room. Call 372-8001 after
New Custom kitchen cabinets 5:30 P.M. Norwood BUTLERBROSo
SORREL gelding Western saddle I i
and bridle. gentle capable good Oversized bathroomsPlus MUST SELL Florida Room living PORCH graces the front of this Colonials from $93 per month
wim women and children. Ph. many other custom room fenced back yard. My I
BLACK ACRES Lovely 3 bedroom features modem home situated on wooded
FR 6-157. equity $2500 will take a loss of hill lot In desirable North- Hope I
2 bath top
masonry O 1 V2 bath homes? from $77 mo.
$1000 $84 per mo. payments or
conveniently located to the UnIversity VA & FHA west. 3 large bedrooms 2 luxurious -
,29 Landseaping-Top-Soil and the Golf Course. less. FR 6-5023. 1112 NE 19th PI. baths modern kite hen Hi 'Inc. 37

Large kitchen spacious screen 3 BR.. 2 baths CCB house central with built In range & oven S Florida modern brick fronts from $95
AMARYLLIS bulbs imported porch utility room and car TERMS heating hardwood floors Fla. dishwasher. Spacious step-down I We I :HOMES?
Dutch 8, Hybrids. White & colors port. A REAL BUY AT $18,000. Rm.. located near Littlewood 8. living room. separate din I ng Trade Homesor per month

3923 N. W. 15th St. after Walking distance to elementary Westwood schools. Terms to suit room. Florida room with sliding Property 'j
'4_pm. SMALL DOWN PAYMENT Spac- 8 Jr. High SChools. Shopping & buyer. Call 372-3793 after 6 p.m. glass doors to patio. Luxurious B Screened porch homes from $85
:::s Locationand
clous 3 Bedroom 2 bath home on Churches. for appointment. Owners moving wall to wall carpeting, central I
30 PETS & SUPPLIES large corner lot. Family room. out of state. 621 N.W. 35th heat & air conditioning for year !! I per month -
utility room. terrazzo floors, builtin YOUNG St. round comfort. REALISTICALLY !

GERMAN registered.shepherd Bred for pups.Temper.AKC: oven system and, range and carport.central heating IT'S- BY OWNER 4 BR., 2 bath home 817.PRICED At $23,000. Call 376- The occupancy.following' are ready for !37'= Calif. moderns from $84 per mo.
N.E. With den. screenedporch
ment and Quality. See at 3501 VACANT. OWNER READY TO AMERICA
SELLI brick patio. etc. $16,800. BUILDING? We have JUST'LiST.ED .
N. W. 18th Terr. or Phone FR
Call 3726455ATTRACTIVE 1115 N.W.4Oth QualityWhen
6-2380. a nice lot In Northwest section Dr.
-_ DUPLEX Near the University HOMESNW roomy and avail on paved street with all 1 1 3 BR 2 bath $350 dn. $130 II I NO MONEY DOWN VA
SPRINGTIME Is puppy time. Eng 2 bedroom apartments. kitchen able! 1500 square ft. paneled city con v e n fences available. per mo.
lish Shepherd puppies 8 American equipment Included. ONLY 34th & 7th Avenue family room 2 bedrooms. 2 Trees. 3000. Call 576-0817. I Pay Only $100 Closing It Comes To
Shepherd puppies. Call FR 14800. OWNER WILL Fl. baths dishwasher, air conditioning 1115 N.E. 5th St. !"

90033.HIMALAYAN. Phone 3727070FOR and located at 3830 S.W. BUDGET MINDED? Try this neat I :3 BR 2 bath $350 dn. $113 g :|::1 FHA LOWEST DOWN PAYMENT LOCATION'
3 bedroom 2 bath CCB home located .
kittens. ACFA reg nancslJOHN 19th St., In Idylwlld. Call FR i per mOo
istered. New unusual breed of Sale or trade. New 4 BR. 2-2740 after 4 p.m. on pine shaded landscaped I !
haired cats with Seal home located in Westmoreland lot where the azaleas are 3707 HW 21st Cr QUALITYWe
Jong pro
BY OWNER In N.E.. 3 Br.. 1 bath blooming. Only $400 down &
Point Siamese markings. Lovable MERRILL Estates. On city sewers pavedSt Ig. screened porch patio dishwasher appx. $89.50 per mo. Inct. tax- i BR. 2 bath $800 dn.
pets. Show possibilities. InQuiries 2 Ig. bath Rms.; Ig. family stove & refrlg. $SOD do. es & Ins. Convenient location. 14 i mo. Hugh Edwards Inc. Have Only
_Invited. Phone 376- 963. Rm. & living Rm., dining area. $75 mo. Call FR 4-0474 Call 376-0817. Sl071 ,
Central heat, built-in kitchen In-
Dalmatian puppies. For Information cluding GE dishwasher. 2 courtyards you like space for entertaining NEAR LITTLEWOOD -W E ST- i 3 BR 1 bath $350 dn. $89 THE CREAM
contact James Wing FR LISTING walk to schools, close to this Is the house for you. Lg. WOOD SCHOOLS Modern 3 I per mo. N.E. 16th Ave. & 15th St. 372-1551
U of F 5. medical center FHA
.34621 Phone 372-1494 living area opening onto red- bedroom 2 bath central heat
22700. Down payment $1,700. wood enclosed patio. Near LIt. built In kitchen. Large lot. 1021 NW 40th
Amer I Dr.
HEALTHY happy c I nShephetd Immediate Drive by
ASSOCIATESMarcella occupancy. PRICED BELOW $20,000. Goodterms.
puppies male & female. 1027 NW 40th Drive. Call Butler tlewood and Westwood schools. i 3 BR 1V4 bath. $400 dn. $99.50 I
Pardl W. M. Buckhannan Call 3760317.REDFRANKS .
Call 3 BR. 2 baths. central heat.
$30. Registered. FR Brothers, 372-9545 daily 376-9048 i per mOo
4-3470 anytime. Best before 10 dishwasher disposal. built in
".M. night. stove. Owner selling at FHA appraisal REALESTATEClaude
1442 NE
price. $22,000 only, $1500 M. "Red" Franks Realtor I = PI.
o 33 LOTS FOR SALE PARRISHPRESENTS down. 922 NW 36th Terr. FR 6- Myrtle Lasslter, AssociateW. 13 i BR 1 bath, .$400 down. NOW)
FRED 4945. E. "Bill" Harris Associate per mOo 3 FULL-HOUSE
7 N.E. 1st Street Phone 376-0817 -37
BY OWNER 4 Court BR., 2 bath In Highl and Complete Real Estate Service 1702 N.W. 38th Dr. i5

BEAUTIFUL wooded lot. 00eiock Manor, air-conditioner Member MULTIPLE LISTING 3 BR, 2 bath, $350 dn. $87 = ,
double utility Rm.. swim club
of N. W. 22nd Street. 1WIW.
paring. m
ARNOLD membership schools in walking .
Phone 3765109. -

BEAUTIFUL large lots, fully SPACIOUS contemporary 4 bed llth distance Terr. Call$98 FR mo. 6-2349 2832 NE FORDYCEREALTOR 4527 & 4617 SE 1st pro I AIR CONDITIONING PALM VIEW

Improved In Rldgewood. NW room 2 bath home located on 4518 & 4608 SE 2nd PI. | '
'31st Street. lust south of NW lovely wooded lot. Fireplace REALTORCharm ESTATES
16th Avenue. J. W. KIrkpatrick and wall-to-wall carpet In living IMMEDIATEOccupancy 3 BR, 1 bath $500 dn. $48 S NW 39th Terr. &

"Agency 31 N. Main or call FR ,room separate dining room, permo. s 37
4-4404. family room large screened In NW 16th Ave.
beautiful 218 SE 39th St. I
patio convenient builtIn
1.T ACRES on Clear Lake lust
$ 6,000 to $20,950FERNWOOD
kitchen. : B
West of City limits. Beautifully 13 R. I bath $350 down $67
Vooded. Call anytime. FANTASTIC entertainment space MOVE INTO YOUR OWN Split LevelThis i per mOo
FINLEY area We nave two In tremendous living room. 3
Realtor MODERN HOME ON delightful 4 bedroom
Ralph- FOSSEY walking lovely 4 distance bedroom to homes the Finley within studio bedroom.fireplace 2 bath, central home. large neat RENTAL BASIS BEFORE complete with a tremendous home 303 &'313 SE 38th St. NEW HOMES by

"Selling Florida Since 106" school. beautiful wooded lots- and air conditioning. Within YOUR LOAN CLOSES. recreation room Is waiting 304 & 314 SE 39th St. '.
Avp. Ph 376-13W for
1UW. University your .Down
both homes for Immediate oc walking distance of the F I nley Priced from $12,750 to $18,850 be 3 BR 1 bath $SOD dn. $64
payment can
cupancy. school and University campus. NO MONEY DOWN VA also excellent per mo. MANOR
34 Waterfront Property Large wooded lot with privacy monthly Kirkpatrick
pay only $100 closing terms. Good northwest loca NW 39th St. &
WALKING distance to University all/ around. Price $26.550. Best terms FHA tion. Consult FOROYCE & mwnmuuuHuHmwt37E\ =fflt
& J. J. Finley school. :3 bed Free lifetime Swim Club Mem ASSOCIATES. INC. 376-1236 13th PI.
\VINFRED H. CRAWFORD room 2 bath brick home with City Living bership. Walk to Schools. The following are under con
Keg. Broker. specallzing In study and family room. Wooded I struction and will be ready $12,250 to $16lQQQWESTMORtAND
-LAKE PROPERTIESACRE.. lot 147 x 149. Immediate oc COMFORTABLE three bedroom. HUGH EDWARDS, Redwood Shutters for occupancy soon. All new '64 homes in Highland Court Manor

AGE. 3 miles No. of Wei rote. CUpa.cy.SWIMMING. two bath residence In Northeast M
OR 52981.BEAUTIFUL. section. Hardwood floors INC. and a modern touch. $21400 e 3224 NW 29th Aye. feature central heating units convertible also
will purchase this most at-
pool! lovely con attractively landscaped lot
lot on the Suwannee temporary 3 bedroom 2 bath! paved street. on N.E. 16th Ave. & 15th St. tractive brick home. Lowdown 3 BR 2 bath, $750 dn. $102 to central air conditioning. at your option. Installation -

River at Rock Bluff. Call 376- home, carpeted livingr o o m 372-1551 payment and monthly per mo charges can be added to your mortgage -
payments to suit your bud-
6160. fireplace screened porch, ESTATES
central heat and air conditioning IncomeTHREE get. Consult FORDYCE & 3236 NW 29th Ave. for convenient pay-as-you-enjoy cooling

.BEDROOM. 2V* bath lake home. fenced In yard and shuffle bedroom stucco home DID YOURING ASSOCIATES INC, 376-1236 3 BR 2 bath. $700 dn. $98 'the hot months. It's Addition No. 2
comfort in
6 ml, from courthouse. center board court. with garage apartment. Apt. summer another
per mo. .
NW 39th &
fireplace In 26' square living rent will pay most of mortgage A Garden Wall significant improvement for comfort -
room. Private channel and turn FOUR BEDROOM two bath payment. Newly painted Inside ? 3301 your NW 8th Ave.
round. Utmost In beauty and home in good location near and out. Located in nice. quiet envelopes the well landscapedlawn & 3311 by Kirkpatrick & Pierson.
tranqulllty. FR 2-5689. Boulevard, convenient to down- neighborhood. Total price $15. ARE you one of the many who of this 3 bedroom home- NW 30th Av $20,000 to $30,000
town shopping. Reasonably pric 000 with excellent terms. Call to have called wanting a nice Economical monthly paymentsof 4 BR 2 bath. $650 dn $91
I ,Beautiful large lots en Swan ed. Immediate nome $9740. A low down payment
possessIon.MASON see this one today. on I large lot outside the i per mo.
Lake. Also 3 bedroom water.front wilt move you into It.
City? If so. then let us show
house adlacent to Lake MANOR Just listed avery you this 4 BR. 2V bath! CB home FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES e Over 20 Models, priced from $12,900to
Swan. $6500. Phone 475-5811. neat 4 bedroom 2 bit Lake: HomesWE on Vi acre lot. shaded & fenced. INC, 376-1236. 3236 & 3224 $17,250 All City Services

LAKE Place for sale. call FR 2- home. Urge llvingroom. central have two new homes on Breezy Deep well fallout shelter a NW 30th Are.
4416 after 5 pjn. heat, and air conditioning. Point. Lake Geneva, offering dream kitchen. cedarlined closets Wishing 3 BR. 2 bath, $600 dn. $86 _
Beautiful lot with lovely fenced excellent boating. fishing and and much more to.the per mo. 0 VA and FHA Approved Plans
LAKE house completely furnished in back yard. A perfect house swimming. A :3 bedroom. 2 bath amazing price of only 519.750. for the perfect home? Then
on Lake Hutchinson. White for I growing family. Convenient with fireplace and 1.3 bedroom. toss your pennies into this I Monthly Payment
sand bottom lake 81 nice white to Elementary and Junior 1 bath with garage. Reasonably swimming pool. Everythingyou 3330 6 3320 I Free Membership in Exclusive -
peach. Best buy around $10.000. High school. priced at 17900. and $14.000, WANT could want In an attractively NW 30th Ave. U Resident-Restricted Swim Club From 74.38
financing by owner 1.500 respectively. planned home. 3 BR. 1 bath, $550 dn $79.50
down. Balance at 6 per cent. NEW WESTSIDE residential subdivision Family room with fireplace. permo.
Phone FR 2-4416 after S P.M.. soon opening. Acre lots VALUE? separate dining room kitchen
or on week-ends. paved streets outside city lim EconomyWELL with breakfast area and an .
8m mmiomniowwe"' ''''''''''
SHADED LOT its. May we tell you more about constructed frame 2 BR THEN Inspect this attractive 3 elegant front foyer opening I Mm. Down FHA
this restricted area. lot. BR. 1 bath CB home at 2141 Into the living room. Wall =
home large Whisperingpines
ON crystal clear. Lake Anne. scattered around this residence N. W. 49th Terr. Beautifuf Vt to wall carpeting included.See Nothing Down YA
Snort drive to downtown Gaines RANCHETTE homesltes too. make It attractive for acre shaded lot lust outside this lovely home todaylS2I.3OO00 j
ville. Deed restricted. Owner apparently 10 acres each. Located only $6. 00. City. Deep welL Sprinkler system Consult FOROYCE 124 SE 7th St. 1
will finance. See this before on Newberry Road. Just for yard. Cent. heat FamIly a. ASSOCIATES. INC.: 376- 3 BR 1 Bath
you buy. Call FR M07J after $SOD down. 5 balance.
years on room. Todays price only S16,-
':00 PM.DESIRABLE. 1 Year Lease $100 per SALES OFFICE
lake property. 160 1236.FORDYCE I NW 39th
too.UNIVERSITY Terr. &
feet on lake with shell house. M.M. 1 BUILDERS and DEVELOPERSSales

Contact Mrs. McCalL 750 Company B ALL OUR HOMES ARE i NW 16th Ave.
AAickler R&. Jacksonville Fla. Multiple: Listing Member
121t W. Univ. Avenue Ph. 372-3522 ASSOCIATES INC. OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY Tel. FR 2-9545 or
32211.SMALL PARRISH REALTY 37 SEEING ANYTIME IF 37 Office Located at NE 23rd Blvd. I I
cottage on Cooper Lake REAL ESTATE EXCHANGORS YOU WILL JUST CALL. Nights and HolidaysFR

price $3.000. Terms. (100 down I ADVERTISE IX THE .1115 N. Main St. Ph 372-4351 .. MULTIPLE LISTING REALTORS 1123 S.E. 4th STREET Phone 372-3471 I
*20 month. Also 3 Bedroom CB I & ASSOCIATES. INC. W. M. Munroe. Broker Grace S. Fordyce, Broker 6-5301 and 11th Terrace Ij 6-9048
house. FR 6-M4 between 19 I H. Wayne Hill Helen S. Graham I SERVICE DIRECTORY Assoc: S. E., McLaughlin \ Harvey Benton Associate L i=J j

6. Carolyn Gardenshlre Mary Parrteh Frank_ Rofav._ _._ _ROY_ McCann *u W. Univ. Ave. 376-1236 In
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House for Sal 44 Cottages for Rent 45 FunrnneJ Apt*. Household Goods '6 Misc .For SaT. -

.. ______ I 35 Automobiles for Sal. 85 Automobiles for Sal*

GLADYS SMITH Printed Pattern SMALL furnished cottage and 2 '8*. furnished apartment. No REPOSSESSEDCOMPLETE FOR SALE' Roll-Top Antique desk

trailer for rent. Suitable for pets. 311 S. E. 8th St. $M month. 5 8150. May be seen at 1310 S. FORD 196 CORVAIR Convertible. VOLKSWAGEN
working couple. Moore's Trailer Phone FR 4-8941. Main, Thomas' OH Ce. FR 4-884. .. 5 Fllra 4 dr., V-I-radio 41 floor MI. white
I ACRE and 4 tedroom house for ROOMS top radi
Court. 2330 E. Univ. Ave. 374- hater. ca shape. Call 2X009 miles. ,
saiL Walking distance L11 tl e- 8144. FURNISHED 1 bedroom apart FURNITURE & APPLIANCES FR 4il'. 1307 E. wals. Will
f 70 Boats-Marine FR 4-400
wood and Westwood schools. ment. S40. Water Included. 1322 qup. Unhf. Ave. trl

Fireplace. screened porch, 2 SMALL RMS furnished water S.W. 14th Avenue. Take Over PaymentsSAILOR LANCER 41. 1960 JEEP. 1 ton, pickup.
4 Dr. .1
hardwood floors. Call 372-5393 to & garbage disposal., $40 MOBILE home. tg. cabana room being transferred out of 1®AL tires. m7 sstlc dri 23,000 mile New tir e
lee this olI4EROOMhOm. per mo 3702 SW Archer Boad no'pets. Call FR 2-220. him country wants taking someone Ms' family to take over with and trailer. Phone Cabin 2-548.Cruiser Ball 37 m BII 16 11.5. Will ta. FR f. MILLER-

In P. K. 45 Furnished Aprs. I bedroom furnished apartment. Payments on his furniture A TEN "-p. Mercury outboard motor MERCURY. 1955, per 87 Automobiles Wanter
Yonge ..... Pretty lot. Separate iM' private entrance. free water and .ppllances. FURNITURE con good condition $50. Contact V-8- waO auto. tran rai BROWN
dining room. Fireplace In living 9401 T.V. antenna. Call FRo 4-5112 or 5ISt50sofa&frin hIgh 372-4214. excel citi 1

room. Family room overlooking 28J0 SUMMER special, 1 & 2 Bedroom 2-7.19. grade nylon! converts to bed _o. $372-2 Wanted, 150 thru 195 Fords 1030 L Uni. lrl M
the garden.. Call 372-531 apartments well furnished quiet FOR RENT 1 BR apt.. 300 HE 2 end tables with matching 17" FIBERGLASS boat. with 35 OLDS '58. Fiesta a Chevrolet 51 .E. 4th FR 1.3581
for an appointment. location couples only. no pets. 11th St. Studious atmosphere. Cocktail 2 lovely lamps, reclinIng HP electric start outboard mo AT. PB. PS, stati, wa A Herndon Service Station.
$100 per mo U J. Moreno. 2M3 Available April 14th. Rent J75. chair 101 sq. ft. of carpet. tor. Boat trailer also. 4 yrs. Old. Lo mileage. 3001 RaH s. -

4 BEDROOM 2 story deluxe NW 6th St. Phone 24957.S45 Phone 374-1123. 21" CONSOLE TV Call 3769095.BOSTON 13
home. Ideal for family living and GAINESVILLEAUTO

for versity.ente.-1'lnlng.All-conditioning.Near the Lovely Uni part per of mo.city. clean close efficiency.In. Ideal Best for 47 Houses for Rent Fura.I i BEDRM.ser chest consists& 4-4 of bookcase full size dres bed. DOUBLE hull. fiberglass WHALER unsMc- OLDS Good 1940.cond.24 fa sti. SALES

lot. call individual or couple. 321 NE 3rd Boo-sj room consists of set maLtu able 14' boat wilts 75 HP Evb Good running 1 $225. Ronnie PAINT JOB
happy to 372-539)snow and this we will be ( .I St. at 4th Ave. BR- house suitable for couple or c beds with matching" rude, top and Acc. 1 year old. \'o. *c. 1007 N. MaIn St.
you lovely one person only. $SO a month Chest 7 pc. dinette with for. New condition. Cost $3200 Bargain .
home. I BEDROOM air conditioned I on Hawthorne Rd. Call FR mica top. Family size refrlger- at $2200. Can be financed. RBLER. 1958. station wagon, Phone FR 2.6313Northcentral
furnished apartment. New 2-4742. *tL8' stove also Included. Phone FR 2-9443 after 5 Florida's
p.m. hter.
1400 DOWN and $fl a month for Apartment 111. 1216 S.W. 2nd II ORIG. power pr ltl. Spring Special
this extra nice 3 bedrooms 2 Ave. Colonial Manor Apts. $115. 3 BEDROOM. 2 bath furnished PRICE $11 76 cond. bake au $65. Call Largest

bath home. Carpeting and 1 Mock from campus. Occu house. Near Campus. Available BAL, DUE $297 72 Office EquplnentGAINESVILLE'S I Vern Chason cln, b Dealer
drapes Included. Drive by 2015 pancy'byFebruaryM.' early May. Write P. O. Box 124 I I 316-76 Inpdnt

N. E. Ttfi Terrace and then caDm.3U. Gainesville Florida. WKLY PAYM'TS 2.50' largest volume i, VOLKAGEN. 196 AM-FM re-
NEW large air conditioned 1 BR office ------------
Available on or before May 1st.PtIci LAKE GENEVA 2 and S bedroom Na money down no payment supply dealer Ch.snul'sOffice Like $ blt wall tires. $3995HAWES.
i FR 2-2434. houses month or year. Mathew- til May. Ask for Sears Furniture Equipment Co. Invites you NW n. .' Call be seen at 402 FOR THE CREC
MOVE right In 3905 S. W. 2nd son Manor. Call 475-281. In storage at to come In and shop or call for 3734491.VOLKSWAGEN.
Avenue. Ideal financing with 1 BEDROOM. air conditioned free '41. TIME I
delivery. ChesnuTs Office $200
$1500 down and 8150 a month. S83. 2 bedrooms $88. Near Un"verslty. 2 BR. CCB furnished N. E. section. NATIONALFURNITURE and take equity
:3 bedrooms Call FR 4-J190. Call FR 2-7154. Equipment Co. 106 W. Univ. up payments Call 475-
2 baths large lot WAREHOUSE Ave. In Downtown Gainesville. 2 FR 2-1411
Central heat. Call us at 372- EFFICIENCY water turn. 3505 2 BR house with tile bath par- 3422 B m.yBt. FL -
39X NW 17th SI. $35 per mOo Also cue floors. & T.V antenna. Nice I Open ,.. Son. Wl TAX TIME Adding machines' and BRING out the best to y car. Courtesy Of II

GLADYS 'SMITHREALTOR 1 BR turn. $55 per mo. Call shady lot In good neighborhood. Jacksonville.: FIs calculators. New and used. Park work.Superior Auto painting b I ,
McKinney Green. Inc. 3723617. 374-1748. er's Complete Office Outfitters. Fast dependable Uniyrit Chevrolet I -
66 Mac .For Sa I.. The only authorized Olivetti free pickup delivery.
STOP LOOKING Sub-let Apr. 3 BCDROOM furnished suburban 2031 at 16th Ave.

Associates: Multiple Listing 13-5.0.1, 2 BR, completely homo. Plenty of room. close to BICYCLE Underwood..". 37MS55.Agent In Gainesville. BODWORKS POWERSBody
air T-V good condition.: Phone 601 W. Univ. Ave.
turn on apt.
Florence Burns Ben Griffin schooL Available April 1st. $120 FR 2-2573 '
antenna Incl Ito blks. fromcampus 325 N.W. 7th Ter. 5 CHEVROLET. 2-dr. h a r
month. Call FR 2-457 L. J.
Caroline Noyes Dan Sheldon' per d
1221 W. University 372-533 11iA married couple pfd. Moratto 2505 N.W. 6th St. PLEASE HELP take up pay 73 Musical Merchandise fop new paint and tires. DODGEDARTDODGETRUCKS Shop
374-3344. ; only S4SS.
$100 per mo. ments to protect customer's cred '
2 & 3 BR houses. $1 00 per it Three rooms of furniture 5 fONmeV Convertible. $295.
CLEAN 42" 1 bedroom trailer. mOo 7 min. from courthouse having to be ORGAN SALEOf Boy Works 611 SW 3rd St.
returned 21 N
MARYMOELLER Student couples only. No pets. living 6th St,
S mln. to Univ. Phone FR Christmas Left oven. Ann
room. bedroom VU.
and dinette.
Air conditioned. water and See 5804. m POQLE-GABLE
at McDaniell Savings up to 30
garbage furnished. $75. 372. Furniture G'vllle orga FR
182 3 BR. 2 bath furnished block _Shopping Canter. per Earl's Piano C 163 CHEVY I Station Wagon 1 19 SE First Ave. 1.053
house. Phone FR 2-0724. 7 W. UnhAve.. Air trens
2 BR. 10 x 50 Mobile home, UNDERWOOD elec. typewriter, 372-2 radio condit.u 372-4343
private fence. 100 x TO* lot ArR 'V-com'f: turn excellent cond. 8175 157 Chev. HEATHKIT FJM. 'tuner. Good sensitivity white side Ilate Ht
2020 NW Slit. PL FR 4-1180. BR. tae 20th J* .ton Pfck-wp, excellent condo, .performance. W3. less than 5 wals. A
Gracious Living No children. $75 moo April to 31st of August. 8120 _!! Call 3744887. Phone VH. take m o Call cash, I -------
372-2381 402 NW 34tt Terrace .UPL pyts.
ISyours 'when'-yoO purchase this EAST SIDE NOW you can enJoy| cooking wtthVt SPINET plato, mahogany fnt" $jn I t after m GOINGIN
L apaclous :3 bedroom, 2 bath Gas range' used Installed good condition, 5 Po Ford
48 Houses
for Rent Unfurn.FOR .
home. In the S.
Section. Good FREE wtth
our U 474 143
GARDENAPARTMENTS gas. $65 CHEVY II, station wagon,
"financing. Only $19,000. complete propane LP Gas SPINET Ple used Mahogany white, red Interior, 2 seat belts, 0 Falcon
RENT 3 BR 2 bath built-in SW Archer Road. Phone FR 43110 finish bench 8395. radio hate..1 conditioner.
r Budget kitchen. comer lot 2 biles from Grldley Music Co FR Take Call FR Fairlane
25.Automotive BUSINESS.
f 11rA11r61MONE $57 per month up Metcalfe School & |Ir. nigh. 1943 BRIGGS and Stratton riding mowSerfect 2-0741 or Plyenf 2nd
ON this lovely 2 bedroom, 1 bath. I 36 S
NE 15th Ave. I T-Bird
Terr. S12S month. er.
It la located In the N. W. section ly Gainesville's Finest per WOrking condition. '60 VOLKSWAGEN
Call 372-5738. SSO. Phone
has a nice yard and Is like Furnished or unfurnished VW, '43 Micro-Bus deluxe model Ford Convertible, grey with new
.new. for only SAM down and *7S Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart AVAILABLE April 15th at 201 UPHOLSTERY radio! heater, curtllS. lo mileage 10 white top. A-l throughout.fiy-

a montlu No qUlllfylng.Swimming basic style, SIX beautiful ment. 309 NE 9th St. Phone 3749408. NW 10th St. 3 BR. 1 bath (75 Chairs, low as $8. No money 77 Homes for Sale very ciln frt Trucks $1045
variations thanks to button-on ac mo. Call FR 4-5168 or FR 6- down low as 15 per month. Mobil seat. Pric I19S. Melt Motors
Pool U$series. Busy young ladles will 9990. Free estimates pickup and delivery 7 St. 59 RAMBLER
love the Idea. and It's all such easy AVAILABLE for summer trimester service. All work guaran "6 FAMILY First 2 bedrooms 10 ft.75 Used Cst+ 4 cylinder,
IMAGINE yourself the owner ef I sewing for you. mom. 1 and 2 bedroom furnished FOR RENT unfurnished house 3. teed. Phone 374-7784. 55. No Take over LIKE n 157 MGA 1500, fust mltI rdi. heater .u
.this 3 bedroom 2 bath home.J apartments. Some air-, BR. living ran. dining rm., kitchen ments. eity. Trailer pay. tuned overhauled n crankshaft Cars wils. Nic car.
Ml. reduced. to S24JOO. Call Printed Pattern fbi: Children's conditioned. Near University. 2 baths garage & store FOR SALE CHEAP. Restaurant 31 after S. .. clutch Interior $645

for appointment to see It today. Sizes 2. 4. 6. .. Please see pattern '14 S.W. 7th Avenue. FR e-2444. age.Phone Stove 373-ms.& refrig. furn. MS. equipment.formica counter Complete and 26 fountain stools, L NOW SHOWING $1.0 93rd Invested Terrace., asking FR$800. 3 Get TOTALPERFORMNCE '57 CHEVROLET

'W. Hove Many Fine for yardages. DELIGHTFUL s. r r 0 u n din as. 2 E Bedroom ** short order equipment. 52"Call 144 MOBILE HOME after 4 .717 Belalr 4r. Ia.din
: house plus dent stove 2 p. lutotc
Furnished. 2 large rooms. and 3 Floor ,
:.4 Bedroom Homes for Sale FIFTY CENTS In coins for this bath and entrance. Couple. furnished. Si 25 month. 26 S.W. Plte.FR 2-075 or 2- 207. Mr. Plans. bro. II meet CHIYSLER 196 4 dr. "are. walls. Sharp.201 F'1 Wi.

pattern add IS cents for each" First floor. 70< E. Univ. 24th St. call Gladys Smith. your budget. tailed little end pr, .
pattern for first-class mailing and Ave. Realtor. 3725393. ALL CHANNEL T. V. antenna save a lot at 150 take up payments, $745
MARY special handling. Send to Marian I FOR rent In Alachua 2 BR. block Double stack complete. NothIng CONNOLLYMobile of $37.48.FORD. SHAW & '57 DESOTA
M artin. Gainesville Sun, Pattern 2 BR. well furn. 1st floor duplex. house, 1 yr. old. Has terrazzo else to buy 15. Brant. 1942, Falrlane 500. V-I, 2-door hardtop. ra
D ept.. 332 West 11th St New Quiet. near campus. Air condo floors & tile bath carport .. utility .. -5- N.W. 8th Avenue. 2 Miles North Home Sales In. auto trln radio dio heater AIoltlc and
on U. per steri pe
Accept 3 mature, quiet men steeri
rk 11, N.Y. Print plainly NAME rm. S40 per mOo Call 442 USED Chain Phone 4 e condion KEETER brakes. $r
with ZONE and STYLE students. 376-444. 1871 or 462-1579 anytime. Saws S50 up. New Closed 6-16 er. Must sell S"S or vp $795

2 BEDROOM trailer. On large FOR RENT unfurnished 2 BR 4hp an chain saws saws S89.'&S. lawn We mowers.repair Snd.ySSPECIA 374-2513.payments of 1.1 CII Roger at 230 W. University, '57 CHEVROLET
lot. per
shady house. S40 per mo. unfurnished Chain' saw rentals. McCulloch, FR 2-0503
YOUR -FREE choose It PATTERN from 250 d.ISEADY month. Call 372-3488. or 374-4340. 2 BR duplex apt S60 per mOoCIII Wisconsin and Brlggs. Stratton 1C. and 50x100 ORIGINAL OWNER, e ps. St.tl, w.g V. autotc.

gn Ideas In new SPRINGSUMMER 13.2 BR. 1 btk from campus FR 4-7444. dealer. Florida Saw Co. FR Ail state mile Mobile S. of Palnes Prarle. ger custom Suburban 5 Ply Nice. l.ter. 2Me
Pattern Catalog lust out air condo optional $76 $101 per FOR rent In Archer 2 BR. house 6-3411. 4-3052. FR mouth condition,Itltl wago. Go, $695

'101* W. Univ. Ave. 376-U71 Dresses sportswear coats. morel mo. Call McKinney Green Inc. $60 per mOo Call 472-2450. CLOSE OUT SALE p.s Will FINE CARS '56 CHEVROLET
TWO bedroom .
Send 50 cents now. 372-3417. nouse trailer, l mieage. Scric.
MANY attractive homes available. On Wallpaper. ,8c a Rod one house trailer SP InJ be se 4-Ooor Belalr Automatic, radio -
I 38 Real Eitat. Wanted PRIVATE bath S> entrance first Some with kitchens equipped. HARPER PAINT CO. Can bro rente Phone 376 175 1325 12th Terr. 0 FAIR PRICES heater white wall tires

floor, two large rooms for MARY MOELLER REALTOR 18 S.W. 7th St. Monday t to Power steerIng Clean as a pin.
42 Farms & Acreage adults. Refrigerator and gas 372-4344 5 PRICED for quick sale 19 COURTEOUS
WANT TO BUY stove Clean. 70S E. Univ. Ave 101* W. Univ. Ave. 374-4471. MGA Rocter. mechanically $695
; SINGERSEWING good work. S550, '55 CHEVROLET2door
:'S or 3 bedroom home with 4.4 ACRES. beautifully wooded FURNISHED 1 Br. apt. wat e r FORDYCE RENTALS 4 call 2.7 PROMPT Automatic. V4
Ave. N.W. & fth Terr.. MACHINE. Will sell/ S hlrop
furn. 31st my -
home site. N.W. 3th Ave.
,family room and 2 baths. Kitchen near radio ,
equity In automatic MODEL COMET. R" H. excellent 2-to. paint. Whitewall
Mlllhopper Rd. Intersection. $5- 317*. call FR -4tl7. SEVERAL attractive homos ZIg Zag SERVICEAll
must be equipped. Central .
for $20. You take ON mL Call FR 2-
available also up balance of .
and 1.0
apart co
,heat preferred. Must be priced _,00. terms. FR 4-444 3 ROOM furnished apt. nice & ments. Call or Contact For. 6 payments of SS each' or make FROM LOWEST PRICES, 37 $645
.right with reasonable down pay clean. For married couples on reasonable offer. SMALL DOWN PAYMENT.
Associates Inc. Machine' sold these qualities
151 PONTIAC Chleftlan. A are
men?. Write to Box 345-A. FORDYCEACREAGE Rent good SPECIAL
ly. Adults no pets. rea new for S250. Call FR 4-1075. *
24 W. Univ. Ave 376-1236 TRAILER
Gainesville Sun.LISTINGS. sonable. Call 376-7844. MARTHwy. one. S850 Cash. Phone FR 675FOR standard at: 55

NEAR Campus 3 furnished AVAILABLE April 15th. at *03 GOLF TV. hand CLUBS bag cart. guns. 17. Phone 32S1050OPEN SALE Spitfire Triumph, V4 to pick up. G motor.

WANTED apartments. 2, 3 or 4 stu NW 17th Ave. 3 BR 1 bath $65 'Ine.' typewrIter tools adding mi WEEKDAYS priced for quick Call 372- $

Under 20 acres of beautifully dents. Roby FR 0-2937 or mo. Call FR 4-5168 or FR 4-990. Make offer. Phone 372-534.calculator. UNTIL 9 p.m. 3032. B&G '53 FORD.

:Fordyct & Associates. Inc. have wooded prime subdlvls Ion FR 4-1062. UNFURNISHED 3 BR. house. Stove CAN'T SUNDAYS 1 TO 6 154 MERCURY. 2 Dr. hlro. Ranch wlgo V-<, radio hea-

need for. new and Interesting property SI 650 an acre. NICE quiet. private. steam & refrigerator.; 2414 E.el'u HAVE FIND TO PLAY A SUCKER FAIR. For SO I'LL EAST PALATKA. FLORIDA good cii S300. MOTOR CO. ter, n Ure. .
listings of' homes and lots heat aerial air conditioner. Ave. Phone FR 4-570 J:30 prices fair 4th $99
120 of Improved on washers
acres pastureland dish
In the Gainesville Excellent wash
clients are waiting area. to- with Pensacola bahia, Couple St.STUDIOUS. or single. S70. 406 NE PJM. for appt. ers, refrigerators & appliance FEDERAL QUALITY HOMES 163 CHEVROLET. 4-door Belalr. Authorized Cadillac, ALL RECONDITIONED CARS thoroughly
to Informed of your listing. at $240.00 an acre. 3 BEDROOM. living room dining repairs call FR 44267. factory air 12.000 actual miles. Several
FORDYCE room mate wantedto room tile bath. Screened porch. A-l HANDYMAN SHOP 4820 NW 13th St. U South Radio, tte. white walls, power Oldsmobile Dealer GOD PICK UPS
I 130 acres available Immediately. cool air-conditioned Gainesville
share Convenient to Shopping Center. brakes S225. High
ASSOCIATES INC. for $220.00 an acre. apt. for summer. Call FR Water furnished. Available now. STEEL loading ramps. Can be Hours I tg I. Sunday 11 to 7 allowance trade. FR New Cars: $ TO 8495
rH W. Univ. Ave 374-1234 Mr Dlekle. used for loading farm trac. Service Is o 6.
4-2411 '. S85. Phone FR 4-3070. a must with us. 2nd St.
These and many other fine _tors or dozers. Call FR 2-1694. "4l BUICK special. 4-door sedan, 115 S.f. RciulersonMotors
acreage listings available. CALL BRISTOL Apartments 4-rooms 1214 NE 10th Avenue. 2 BR masonry BARBIE standard transmission white FR 6-7515
40 Business PropertiesTEN 1 bedroom. S4* Inelud I n g home large lot quiet priced lower TYPE doll clothe.. WYATTTrailer walls. clean $1095. Will
water. Couple, no pets. 421 neighborhood. RENT or SELL. clal. than commer. take Exr.
FORDYCE N.W. 15th St. Phone 374-3522. FR 4-2937 or FR 2-4351. Other types made on 6. Used Cars:
ASSOCIATES INC. _request. Phone 372-4512. iz CORVAIR Monza. 2-door, 4-
unit N.W. 13th St.
apt. house excellent Suitable 2001 ,
IRM.Apt.. equipped. NEW 3 bedroom home for rent. 1611
Gainesville location. S apts.. fur. til W. Univ. Ave. 374-1234 for couple. Free water. TV antenna Carport Utility room. 1 block INCOMPLETE set of Reed & Sales speed floor shin. Radio. white FR 6-7515 HAWTHORNEROAD
Income Barton. "The walls. Will take trade. FR
fished $450 monthly. Lark"
FARMS RANCHES ACREAGE aV garage. 4 biles N. of from Stephen Foster School. sterling $105.
Approx. $5,000 to Dandle FR sliver also Lennox Homo ofPacemaker
RURAL PROPERTIES square. FR 63524. Stove and hot water heater china. "Princess" 6. 372-5285
4f6' Phone
furnished. Available 10th of Ap 3760334.THE Mobile Hoe Home of A-l Used Cars

ROBERTS C. SMITH REALTORU.S. ril. 1123 per month. 80* N. W. best costs less. Unrivaled Shasta and CARSTRUCKSJUPSRAMBLER

41 Residential Income Hwy. 441 Mlcanopy. Fla. Sun Want Ads 40th Ave. Call 481-2418. service. Your Phllgas Distri Ocala's Travel First Trailers Mobile Homo -

Ph. 466-3120 S03 N.W. __butor. Fullgas Inc. 374-5392. 1964 GMC
10th Ave. 3 BR. unfur- Dealer Since 148 NEW
GOOD INCOME fully furnished 10 ACRES. 10 miles west of nlshed home with stove and re FOR SALE or trade freezer up. "2 Sliver Springs Blvd. .1
1 8. 2 bedroom duplex. plus a 5- Get Results
Gainesville off Archer Road. frigerator semi-finished Fla. rm. right 22; perfect cond. S2SO. Will Phone '213 ANDPICKUP
room house. Located on 100 x $300 per acre. 372-3056 after silo mo. Ph. FR 4-2472. Wese- trade for boat outfit. 372-l,7 Ocala .
125 well landscaped lot rented. man Realty after 5 p.m.
7:30 all'day Bank
reasonable. Owner 372-5104 or p.m. IJO mobile home, newly con TRUCKSAS
374-M55 financing. SINGER FEATHERWEIGHT 10 x 20 cabana 5 TRADEINSARE
S ACRE Tracts. West of Gainesville NICE 49 Rooms For Rent portable case. sold new S16*. from camps To 8 Country

42 Farms & Acreage* near Medical Center. 20 Balance only S75. Terms a.... Trailer Le. PI. 376-21 W. CLEANER
Acres available. ROOM: for men. Weekly maid ranged. SIS W. Unh/ Ave. 374- A Kelly.
140 ACRES West of Gainesville SEPARATE GARAGE service linens and refrigerator 1075. BETTER CARS !
LOS TRANCOS WOODS SI 45 acre. 2-Bedroom home for lease. Located furnished. 372-1185 or 372-1981 IT'S FOOLISHto LOW $17 5
2.4 ACRE wooded tracts west of per In nice sale single bed like DownS
40 ACRES Approx. 4 miles from quiet neighbor. 416 NE 2nd Ave. IFOR new.
Gainesville. S34S down total hood. Kitchen equipped wit 372-3032- pay more. RECKLESS to AS 63 RAMBLER4dr
Si 65 Acre.
price $1820. Drive west on New- Frlgldalre refrigerator. stove ATTRACTIVE large room. In quiet CU. FT. Philco refrigerator. pay les GET THE REAL '440 Cross Country station
berry Road turn right on SR MARY MOELLER REALTOR and flat top hot water heater. modern home. Ideal for student sonably dean $45. Phone $ Payments as low as automatic transmission,
No. 241 and watch" for sign on 101* W. Univ. Ave. 376-4471. Tiled kitchen. tiled baths and who needs a desirable place to 4382 atter P-M. 376- 157.29 month with $300 down. title waoo. Individual
or at .
see 1113 p.r Month including tax ,
the right or call anytime for shower. Floor furnace with Study. 372-7883. WE2otipl. LAKE GENEVAMobile 633 seats. actual reclnin)
map to be mllllCLAIRPLANI 43 Colored Property thermostat. Window air condi FOR businessman. Large bedroom Homes Sales ,0 mies
OWNERS tioned. Beautiful screened In private bath Facilities for light with amazing your rugs Lustre 8, Foam.upholstery Use Rt. 100 SE Keystone_Hts Fia. lift in.uranc. financing charges. $2495

Vi INTEREST In private landing HOMES FOR SALE porch. Nice floors. Home completely meals. 306 N.E. 7th Avenue. our applicator! free. Call Home I960 KENTUCKIAN 10" x 55' Cart be bought at these
with Venetian GIMMICKS
field of regulation size with adlolnlng 2 & 3 BedroomS. SE 14th St. & equipped FR 21701. Beautiful Furniture, 1703 N. with 10 x 4' aluminumawing. NO 59 FORD
$ acreage for homesiteand SE 7th Ave. Some no down pay. blinds. This home Is Ideal for CLEAN. room close In. Dally Main St. 26 Hickory Hill. terms! 1.coUI In stock to choose from. station ,
small families or retired couple.More -senger wagon eq
hanga". minute from towrj ment. Some small down pay. maid service reasonable. 422 KEEP only :a left at PRICES uipped with
Interested In good neighbors your carpets beautiful de- CLOSEoUT transmission
?. Monthly payment $57 to Pontiac luto.tl
Call anytime. men N.E. 2nd St. FR 4-1423. spite
Realtor $45. Also homes built on your and tenants than amountof constant footsteps of e busy SAVE to S1.500 Tropical rdIo. Iter power
FOSSEY lot for no down payment.Call rent. Call owner at 372.5641.Atter NICE clean room private en family. Get Blue Lustre. Rent BANK FINANCINGNEW. steering. Plus Factory air con
11 W. University Ave. Ph. 374-135 TOMMY RIDGELL 4 call FR 4-5444. trance. Refrigerator 8> heat. electrIC shampooer SI. McDaniell 10 wide mobile homes Truck Center dltlonlng. Enoy| the summer In

";""!"q Florida Since "*06" Builder Phone FR 2-4125 I If desired Phone 374-2721 or Furniture Co.. Gainesville Shop Town 8. Country Traie Sales GMC comfort
495-2312. _ 163 Center. 3843 S.W. Archer 2-2 I 220 N.W. 8th Ave. FR 2.3582 I II $995
washer L
FURNISHED room with private end 50 x r Lbr. 2 bedro
dryer deluxe. 2 separate appli. deluxe Air .
entrance. private bath teleione ances $240 both. 144 GE deluxe Indirect lighting. Walnut I 62 RAMBLERAmbassador
and Call FR 6- .
RVICESAnd garage. dishwasher $150. Phone 472-2442 paneling. Must see to --
Allnum -
SEHome 5112. Newberry. 400, wide bucket
IPprelat. S5. 2.799. Automatic transmission,
LARGE cool room private entrance I set
bath and dressing room. SINGER RECONDITIONED 32 FT.. 1 BR, bath, kitchenette & t.ter. AIR CONDITIONED '
( For business couple or men. NEW CONSOLEFULL living room house trailer & big steering Jwersteeri
Week month. FR 1-1262. private lot. per mo. Ph. FRft.70. power brakes,
or price. 131.... 1
Payments after .. all day
SUS per week. 815 W. Univ. Sun. P. RAMBLERSWide
BusinessCarpentry 51-A Wanted To Rent Ave. 376-1075. $2295

SPRING SALE ON 80 Tractors & Truck Rentals
3 or more bedrooms 1 or more ZIG ZAG AUTOMATIC 60CHEVfpessenger
bathroom unfurnished house. Call
{I FR 2-9500 after 4:30 pjn. weekdays SEWING MACHINES station auto
or all day weekends. U, to 50 per cent off on such RENT In the a USA tr fr oa anye Selection of 6's and V-8's in all series. matl tansisio WIg rai. hea '.
I famous name brands Whit., carl
WANTED office space for pollrt- New Home Pfaff Necchl 8 62U
Custom built cabinets and mold- & used fixtures complete cal campaign headquarters.Price plus liberal trade-in don'tmiS $1395
Ings refinishing and spray plumbing service "BIGJIM must be reasonable would It.SALE.
Motorcycles & Scooters YOU BUY GET OUR
painting. HUGULEY Gainesville PlumbIng like suburban area. Call only BEFORE DEL
1533 E. University Avenue FR H58 between 1 3 P-m. FR 2-0013.
Phone 372-1313 _LASSITER MASON Sewing" Machine Service Co. PRICED AMERICAN FORD
RemodelingNEED _SIS W. Univ. Ave. FR 4-107iT 140 NORTON motorcycle &cc. ON THE
WORK wanted Carpenter desires in excellent conditi S Skyliner Retractable hard
work. Repairs remodel 1ft g. 52 Boarders Wanted STOP C.I .101 7:0 P. I BUILT CAR! top. Fully equipped Including -

Ph. 94102. A NEW Florida room carS MobRe home owner. Wt tear 125 excel automatic transmission,
port. patio screened-ln porch. WOULD like to board the elderly out those windows DON't cut LBRETTA. buddy L. lug power steer.
lt rldl flte.
etc.? Call now and get It done test In food. best in care. holes In your home. to Install rack spare tire $100. this at a big

CosmeticsHAVE for the summer months. Call no 34-A bed patients.In care Reply of Gainesville to box conditioners.Inefficient For window economical air sag 1-7 after 5:3 pm. Watch your favorite magazines for Ramblers discount. before we recondition

372-804* after S PJM. for free
I FUN making up your estimates. Sun. AIR MOBILE CONDITIONING HOME CENTRAL SYSTEMS 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS $3 Million Surprise Party Coupons! I.$475

friends and $4040 week
earn per
call -Dan'"
by showing Vlvlane Woodard So- BUILDING. remodeling painting 54 Business RentalsAIR FR 4X1267.
Air Conditioning Rare Beauty Program. C.U 376- block and cement work. Good A-l HANDYMAN SHOP SPRING AUTO TUNE-UP -

1480 for Information. If no answer work.. Good prices. Phone 4481872. CONDITIONED ELECTROLUXSOLD Your car's pep & power show 61 CHRYSLER4dr

372-1823. NEARLY new modern office or up a tune-up at BROWN'S
ART BALL* Air conditioning PALATKA ORNAMENTAL IRON location at 3733 West Univ. Ave. new no. Now $49. Uk new. w CENTER. Guaranteed RIDGWAY MOTOR CO. Sa aolti power
,(Hot AlisHot water) heating and An HOUR OF BEAUTY will make WORKS. Railings 1. porch columns Ph. FR 4-2472, Weseman Realty. Guaranteed. & air conditioned
.refrigeration. Ph. 372-1685. U e "new you- at MERLE NOR. made to your specifica 1113 N. Main St. THE KIRBY CO. reap wl .111n BEAUTIFUL

_Years experience. MAN COSMETICS STUDIO. tions. Phone 325-4005 Palatka 712 N. Main FR 4-7110 or 41117.
Learn professional make-up after 4PM* reverse the charg FOR rent V x 40 Warehouse 425 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE i 1132 S. Main St. FR 2.8433 $1695
Appliance Repairs secrets by trained beauty ex es. W. Unh/ Ave. Call FR 44141. WANTED

perts. 513 W. Univ. Ave. FR GARAGE space for rent. 413 S.W. 2 gaL on cans will pay 10 60 FALCON2dr
2- 126. 2nd St. Call John cents each for clean undam
MerrIll. Real-
Coupe dcVille. 2-
UpholsteryUPHOLSTER aged cans. AAJ Saw & CADILLAC SJn Can and ready to
A-l HANDYMAN SHOP tor. FR S-1494. Atow- t. Factory air full got
er Co,
and .2022 NE 23rd Blvd. SVE.
First In Air Conditioning STORE available May 1st. has Gainesville. power windows seats, etc.
Appliance Repairs. FR 6-0367. FIRE EXTINGUISHERSFLORIDA your furniture at front for retell business 81 large I B.al $475. FR 6-3 $795
reasonable prices. Call Sally. back LOVELY mink
for warehouse & storage. cape collar 160. 4 DR automatic
Appliance Repair & FIREEXTINGUISHER Experienced. FR 4-9888. Located on comer of S.E. 1st make offer. '62 am. washer CORVAIR transmission, & 59 FORD
CO. Ave. & 2nd St. If interested call runs perfectly J40. baby bathinette. '- ra J
heater, excellent
Air Conditioning Sales and Service Mr Babgn Sr., FR 2-<<353. excellent cond. 818 FR Ph. evenings FR c $5. Galaxle 5 4-dr "areo Auto
AH types of Fire Extinguishers' SewingAlterationsSEAMSTRESS 2-1781 6-7 CLEAN SWEEP! matic, ra. tires

Pick VP and delivery service 61 Wanted to Buy FOR SAlE galvanized metal CHEVY 157 station wa V8.excellent A PRICED TC
BENNY GRAY C. R. Thomas Ph. 374498 r e a
I do sewing of all circular swimming tank. 7 c. SW$99S
Gainesville. Fla. kinds & Mrs. W.. ft. Bet 3721 o
FOR Efficient Quality Dressmaking. WANTED: water cooler. must be diameter. 30 Inches deep. FR
Service .. Reasonable Rates C. AsbelL 3434 N.W. 17th Ten priced reasonable and In good Phone FR 29749.KEROSENE. U Everything Goes !

CALL 3764879THE race. 373-0455. working condition. Cad 372-8441. CORVAIR MI'6 equipped 61 VALIANT4dr.
,i. w. heater.
BrokerFHA side
Mortgage ALTERATIONS on women's ext. ZOo 8-5 weekdays. 30 gaL new pot... new ear- wall with ra 8,000 wi miles. Equipped

ELECTRIC APPLIANCE clothing. also buttonholes. WE BUY and sell an kinds of fur.. beraior new fuel strainer Assume payments. mn e 63 STUDEBAKER. Cruiser,'all pwr and air . $2195 tall wi aat
$75. I
Can I
MEDICAL CENTER and conventional at lowest bens. & dressmaking. Cat nlture stoves. refrigerators 374-5190. ty. consider car
current rates. Terms to 25 372..a8fl.Sewing. clothes radios. TV. etc. Call FEDDERS 1 HP. Air Wl. o 3724441.ext. S a Jel
years. Will gladly discuss at no FR 2-337. tloner brand new compressor. 3 Cal IS weekdays. 62 COMFM-dr. radio heater std. . $Ins $995
Service obligation. Call tomorrow.J. .
Appraisal Machine Repairs _Like new. $11 0. Call 276- 531. air
LARGE freezer. CHEVROLET 141. 4-door
W. KIRKPATRICK Realtor upright Canoe.
31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 2444 preferably fiber glass or alumi GOING out of the building bust. cri radio heater. Big 63 METEOR. PS. Auto still in warranty . $2395 61 RAMBLERAmerican

FRED B. ARNOLD CALL-SEWING MACHINE SER. num. Phone 472-2000 or 472-2220. ness. WIN sen all kinds and brakes, like new. station Cp-

ESTATE REALTOR APPRAISAL FRED REALTOR B. ARNOLD VICE CO. SIS W. University Newberry Florida. sizes of doors for Vi price. Also Cal FR 4-4282 after 4 pjn.. 62 VW Spotless . .. . . . . $1395 supped with we trln l
REAL Av.. :374-1075. We repair an door locks 8s hinges. FR 4-0848 CHEVY, 2 Dr. 4 finished to sharp wie.
Makes. Work fulty guaranteed. 62 Machiaery & Tools. between 18 .. 4.MAYTAG 1" BuIck cl. pretty car
121' W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 3723520Auto also t W 61 FORD. Gataxie 500. R&H. full & air. $1595
111* W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 WHIRLPOOL & KEL- like to s and p
OSt two rower cane mill M VINATORS. buy Call after S pjn. tl$99S

Equipment MORTGAGE MONEY Tires Alignment number 1 condtttonj and inca washers from New automatic 8138_**. 36.V b. 59 BUICK. Invicta full power and air . $1095
m cent interest. Terms to Brake Service gal. syrup kettle. Phone
per New Refrigerators from $ $.... DODGE 6
16 lo c
rebuilt J. 2$ 2-731
HYDRAULIC; JACKS years. New Freezers from S139.M. inder 62 FALCOri. clean automatic . $1395
exchanged Repair kits tor BUY BUILD REFINANCEcan New Icemaker .. No Down Payment
refrtg. from $279.95. H L rE'
Walker Jacks Factory 64; Household Goods WE SERVICE WE SELL
e4 Walker tfydraullc Jack I 825 NW 13 St. Ph. FR 2-2511 famous nationally known Mohawk THE VARIETY WHAT STORE Reasonab. bcplly 376. da 59 CADILLAC. 4-dr deVille loaded Air . $1995 57 'FORD. wagon $395
Service Agent. HULL'S BRAKE Dan Byrd tires . Save up to T-A-G APPLIANCESTested Cl
7 S.E.
UI4 S.Main 1st AvenueFR 4-door good running 57 PLYMOUTH $395
SERVICE A SUPPLY 50% on new tires. See our new DODGE. 195
FR 1-14.7 GLADYS and conventional Smith Realtor loans. FHA Low wrap around retread that gives 42 Refrigerators and Guaranteed from S3* ep 4-3484. cl, 8100. C.I 3742178 61 T.BIRD. PS. PB. EC. EW. Ar$245 57 CHEVY wa.o $595

rates. Terms to 25 years. 1228 more mileage i traction. Lattmer Ranges from S3 up USED APPLIANCES 1. 59 RAMBLER waf. $59"

Auto Glass W. Univ. Ave. 372533. Tire Co. 433 N. Main' St.: 17 Washers from SI* tip RANGES FROM $3'.* ENGUS FORD Consul c a n 61 RAMBLER wagon, p Factory air . . $1295 57 PLYMOUTH $495
a Dryers from 849 vp Refrigerators from H*.'S- good pay .

AUTO GLASS Is our only busI I FORDYCE Conventional and and AssocIates FJ4.A. loans Inc.. WINDOW CLEANING 2 Food-Fretzers from s*> 19 TV from S3*. S. v and take C e f D rel 54 CHEVROLET $150 .
2 Dishwashers tram Ill
tnstailattoni up fig
ness. Immediate with loW rates and tang term J 6 Av
p choose from
free pickup .. delivery. Add WINDOWS cleaned floors cleaned TV Sets trom13SVOYLES vo m t
leans our specialty. Quick courteous JJ: APPLIANCE C& 1 I.E. 1st AvenueFR Let Us .to ye* aTb.t .
4 beauty .. 'value to your CII.I confidential eervtc Call and waxed houses washed. It I FORD. 157. 4 dr.. stand shift.
NW Ave.Ph. 372-5303 4-J4S4.
I: MAUUOIN'S AUTO GLASS CO. 374-1234 or come by 924 West yrs. experience. Free estimates. 41 tm 5&OOS actual Very dean. Safe sued hylCraneLincoln'Mercur
buy cars
323 NW. 4m St. Fit 4-t558. University Avenue. Grace, For Phone FR J-59SS. LIVING ROOM suit bedroom SEWING MACHINE Be t S or a I your RIDGWAYMOTOR
t dvcC. Reeltof. suite dbwette set. Assume 519 Ave.
4 Zig Zag snodeis In layaway I t
Bulldozing Yard Work low payment See at 21 SoL len c b_
at Christmas.Must sett FORD 10400 A.T-
7m St. mil CO.
PAINTINGPAINTING. never picked up. Brand new 44 XL 14 smallqutty. I
R 8.
p SMAU. bumvzer loader, dumptrucks Apt. Elec. Range S40.M models. Makes dozens of fancy H .t sts. Phone
flu dirt. lime rock. Top>> Also Screens repaired. CHARLES WORSHAM specializing West. Laundr S4S.M stitches buttonholes sews on "It'i 1132 S. Main St.
lOlL Phone 372724e.IULLDOZERS window glass replaced Phone In lawn mowing..4-144 edging V prun 40- EIec. Range SOS.OO buttons. monograms darns patches 1"1 E wil Ca. U.co.

8. Dragline Backhoe FR 612U.ADVERTISE. ing. FR anytime. Frig. Refrig. dean S7S.M etc. Pick up payments of .FORD 154 A. R 8, H A-T. S. MAIN STREET FR 2.3631 FR 28433S
wheel tractors. motor FOR the best take a rest. Osteens ir West. Upright, Freezer SWi-CO S7.28 per month of discount tor n pai t bat
trader Free estimates. W. C. IN THE Lawn Mowing Service. Free estimate. HICKS RADIO APPLIANCES 154.00 Call Credit Mar. FR 2- ta bai at N

Buck) Johnson. FR U21f. SERVICE DIRECTORY Can FR M4U. UE15t5&I i. c FR N


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.:"24 Gainesville Sun Wednesday, April 8, 1964 .

May pi4 : Ralf ord Woman Williston Barbara Hutton Is Bride NATION'S DECREASING BIRTH. RATE. -

\ Two Principals '.Hurt When Car Last year fewer that 4,200,000

StiikingDoctors 3LAWTEYA Times Man Held i Again-Also A PrincessCUERNAVACA babies were born, the smallest
Flips number since 1955. The fact is

in : I Mexico (AP) trejon of Jiutepec conducted the that the post-war baby boom
: Leaving Raiford woman, In since 1958.
I SlayingBRONSON -Barbara Hutton is a bride for civil rites. has been over
BRUSSELS, Belgium (AP- Mildred V. Hitchcock, was Injured I The If your personal baby boomis
the seventh and couple reportedly plansto
here yesterday when the time. a princessfor
The Belgian government readied A old not over, you'll find a wealthof
19-year -
BRONSON ton and the peoplehe leave next week for
Levy County appreciates a honey- '
62 Volkswagen she was drivingturned the third. She married Viet and used
to call the baby
plans today good new
nation's ,
will lose two of its high school worked with. "I have no sore striking doctors into the over three times. on SR. Williston Negro, Elijah Wash namese-French Prince Doan moon in Honolulu, where Miss furniture bargains in today'sGainesville
with the of Willis- ington, is held without Hutton has another mansion.
points being
225 John Shuford'shome.
the near Mrs.
principals at end of the current army if their eight-day-old walk- I Vinh Tuesday night. Sun Classified Sec-
ton," Jordan said. "I decidedit bail in Doan, a lean, athletic-looking
Levy County pail on first
school term one through out continues much longer. ;tion. Check now for big savings.
was time for me to move on
s retirement and the other by retire." Informants said Premier Theo Lawtey Marshal M. M. Jordan -degree murder charges stem- The 51-year-old Woolworth man, said he had been married!

resignation. or Lefevre was not anxious to who investigated the accident -ming from the slaying of another -heiress wore a green Southeast and divorced once but gave no I

L. W. Jordan, principal at Jordan is married and the draft the 12,000 strikers but believed said it was i caused by a Williston Negro, Timothy Asian gown had with feet gold trim- ,details. Miss Hutton was divorced sw
mings and her paintedred i
Williston High School since 1952, father, of four grown children.His he must plan for such an tire blowout. He said.the woman James. from husband No.6
in deference to her bride- ,
in the national in I I
two sons attended and were eventuality was taken to Bradford County
announced his retirement to the I tall 48-year-old chemist German born Gottfried von
graduated from the Universityof terest. Hospital for treatment of head James, 58, was slain Sunday groom DaIYldiTNEATRa
: Cramm, in 1960.
Levy County School Board yes- Florida. There are nine Most of the younger doctors 1 lacerations and multiple bruises. night at his home in East Wil and artist. I reoex..a.".A.. ar.utomLAST

terday. It is to be effective June grandchildren.In hold commissions in the army I Jordan said no charges were !i.liston, according .to Levy Dep-- About 30 guests were invitedto Miss Hutton has never wed an 2, TIMES

3o other action of the School reserve. I filed, and that damage to the ;uty Sheriff Pete Smith. Smith the twilight ceremony at Miss American in her seven mar NOW 2 FIRST
Wilson Roberts, principal of Board yesterday, the apparentlow The nation's 10,000 doctors car was extensive. said he found James' body in I Hutton's $3-million, Oriental- riages spread over 31 years. RUN HITS!
-Chiefland High School, tendered bid of Chiefland Timber Co. and 2,000 dentists struck April style home at nearby Jiutepec, Her other six marriages all OPEN 6:45 SHOW 7:15
:lis resignation to the School was accepted on the purchaseof :'1 against legislation changing a, bedroom about 10 p.m. Sunday -; an Indian village about 60 miles ended in divorce. SEE BOTH LATE AS 9:08

JJoard. He said he had not decided timber from 30 acres of Yan-the state health insurance plan' Co-Op Denied An autopsy by Dr. James' south of Mexico City. 7:15 & .10:28
I Stuart Whitman Carol Lynley
.. whether he will retire or keetown school property. The to limit their fees and open Dailey revealed that a bullet I Local SHOCK TREATMENT2nd
News First
seek another job. He has been bid, submitted by Etter Usher, their medical treatment records! Lawfords 'had penetrated James heart I I The brides son, Lance Rev-I FUN HIT AT 9:08
principal: at Chiefland for seven I owner of the Chiefland firm was ,to government inspectors. The and both lungs. entlow, 27, came from California RADIO ONE BOBBY VINTON
-years. His resignation will be $35 per 1,000 feet for saw timber I insurance fund has a $2O-mil-1 NEW YORK (AP) Peter for the wedding. 980 lAfnifU 5,000 I SURF PARTY

Affective at the end of the current and $6 per cord for pulpwood. lion deficit. I II Lawford, and his wife, Pat, sister The deputy said that Wash- Mayor Felipe Castrejon Cas- KC Wl/Vn wrs STARTS FRIDAY
school term. Board members agreed to ask I The strikers ''demanded that.' : of the late President John ington admitted firing the .22 MAIL ORDER BRIDE

Elliot Whitehurst of Williston to the government.scrap,the legis- F. Kennedy, have been barred ,pistol nine times-at James. The:
: School Supt. A.:E. Mikell said another term on the Cen- lation, which' they claim would: from buying an apartment in a Negro youth said that he had: CHIMNEY
-he has not yet found replacements tral Florida Junior College ad- prevent adequate performance I fashionable'15-story1 cooperativehere heard that James had been bothering CORNERSby

: for the two principals. committee. Whitehurst's of their professional duties and, reportedly because he is an. his mother, Josephine Basset "THE BEST
Both Jordan and Roberts hadbeen visory I make them and their patients actor and she is a Democrat. Washington. The mother denied! WALKERFurniturt FILIVI
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11 NW ltd Ave.
recommended as principals -! i the prey of government snoop The apartment's owner, so- this at a coroner's inquest held "Furniture Than A Joy OF
at their schools for, next cialite Charles Amory, said Monday. To Live With"
-school term, as had all other Egg Market doctors also, complained that he was ready to sell'to the LOUD OF IIYIIW
because they would not be allowed -
;Principals of Levy County Lawfords when a hitch developed. -
Schools. JACKSONVILLE (APNortheast ) to stay out of the govern A timely and tension-packed motion
Florida egg market pricesto ment plan, as British ,doctorscan "I can't understand it," HELD OVER! picture of conscience under test
Jordan said that he plans to' retailers: abstain from their: country's Amory was quoted in the New in Berlin and fast Germany!

;retire to his farm in Jackson Extra large 41-47, mostly 45; nationalized health program. York Daily News. '"The Law 1
:: Ala. He said he has enjoyed LOINS H ROCNEMONT ASSOCIATES '
County, There were signs of some '
fords wonderful All
large 38-43, mostly 42; are people. T 11
12 "fine" years at Willisif 34-39, mostly 36; small 32-34, confusion in the strikers' ranks. arrangements have been com- JL tII1JNt.I1Ji '

: mostly 32.Poultry. Newspaper editorials and com- pleted and the -papers signed. i bUt-7 :
The Ideal at farms: fryers 13'x; ments of ordihary Belgian citizens "However certain individualsin OFA1IABI& .

: RememberanceFor I hens light 6.64.Earl revealed that the doctors the building:have refused to
were losing popularity.In endorse the sale because Peter
Brugge, the doctors decided Lawford is an actor and Mrs. ONE IF
: Shut-Ins C. May to resume house calls. In Lawford is a Democrat." FIRST SHOWING ,
other urban ,areas, 1 doctors'still BEST PICTURE4IF SOUTH OF THE MASON 0
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RepresentingThe '
: CREVASSE FLORIST Life 'refused to make such visits. DIXON
2015 SE Hawthorne Rd. Assurance Society I The strikers ,are participatingin I II WINNER OF LINE1.Ii'

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I the emergency :system if TWO GREAT HITS! : -
r doctors were victimized or if '
hostility against them increases. "FOUR FOR TEXAS" j .

Some physicians reported receiving Frank Sinatra & Dean Martin

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