Gainesville sun
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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
Alternate Title: Sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: April 9, 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
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System ID: UF00079931:00091
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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Smith decided to see for himself whether the bargoed all freight effective at 12:10 a.m. Friday, the

three-day "money sale" at two local banks was for Association of American railroads said today. 't

real. Due to the national coin shortage, the banks The embargo because of the threatened nationwide @
across the country sponsored an exchange of a dollar A \
\ railroad strike serves notice that the railroads will not
for 95 The "sale" ends
pennies. tomorrow at First
accept freight for loading, transporting, interchange or
National and Citizens banks. (Sun photo by Eddie Da

: vis.) reconsignment. .. .. .
The association said that most

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By CLIF CORMIER meeting of the 62,000memberSun come under the scrutiny of the SS S S ,
Education Writer American Association of Uni- AAUP although USF is the only \
tary of Labor W. Willard Wirtz
;z The University of South Floersity Professors. state school on the agenda.

; rida goes on trial in St. Louis It's possible Florida's univer-: USF will share the unwanted pressed sessions emergency negotiating ,
; tomorrow before the annual in will today in an effort to
sity system general spotlight with Arkansas Agricultural
head off a nationwide rail
At Burns'
and Normal College on strike at midnight. Rally "
charges of violating the AAUP's .
a night session running
Four Teenagers code on academic freedom and into the early morning hours Gubernatorial candidate Haydon Burns, center, conferred with his Alachua County L

tenure. Wirtz met with union campaign manager Wayne Carlisle, left, and Sidney Grossman last night. State

The specific issue is a com tatives again at 10 a.m.represen-Rail- Rep. Ralph Turlington is in the background. (Sun photo by Eddie Davis) -
plaint by a professor who
claims he was offered a job by road negotiators were sched-

Burglary Suspects the Tampa institution in 1962. uled'to join the session later. 'Prove It9! Burns

After he accepted and made The labor secretary indicated Challenges

EARLTON Four teenagerswho uties said. They started a search r arrangements to move from that he planned to keep negoti- .
ations !-, ; v *- "-,
Na iville the job offer was with- going right on through to $ .t
allegedly stole a .impound :. ,down,theiroad fand found the '-
safe here early yesterday morning safe, badly battered, laying in a dr 'wn. the strike deadline *if' .no. agreement - Dickinson Race RemarksBy :

were arrested and charged..ditch. .* ..* -. The case is detailed In the was reached.

last night in Baker County. It was empty;but there ap- spring issue of the AAUP Bulle- He had reported no progress ,,J.

Work of a Highway Patrolmanand parently hadn't been anything tin, official publication of the when the night session ended at HAROLD RUMMEL Speaking to a rainy night i Jacksonville crisis were aimed
_ organization, in an article en- 3:15 ajn .." \1
local deputies led to the ar- valuable in it. ;
Sun Staff Writer audience of about 200 at Citi- more at defending than suppressing -
rests. Further search uncovered the titled "Academic Freedom and H. E. Gilbert, president of the f.t
Gubernatorial candidate i zens Field, Burns referred to Negroes. .J.J't'
Tenure: The University of South AFL-CIO Brotherhood of Locomotive -
Working on a hunch, deputies car parts.
Haydon Burns shot a sharp accusations by Dickinson that Ninety-five per cent of the
Florida. Firemen and
alert to be on Enginemen -
broadcast an t
challenge Mto prove it" or he deliberately inspired racial violence was committed in the .
Is verbatim
The article
look-out for a 1964 Plymouth. a report from Wednesday'ssessions
the Musician admit it's a political lie" at one disorders in Jacksonville for Negro sections, 90 per cent of
of ad hoc committee of
had found wheel and a an came to the 10 a.m.
They a the theft the AAUP which investigatedthe meeting. of his opponents here last personal political advantage.The the damage was done to Negro
of chrome near
piece night. statements were made a property, and 50 per cent of the .
made D. F. .
It looked like the trunkof complaint by Gilbert declined comment on .
scene. ,
a car had been pried open. Mrs. Edwards Fleming, professor emeritus of the prospects of averting a He called remarks by Fred week ago over a Jacksonville injuries were suffered by Ne .

A check of the chrome and international relations at Van- strike. "I just got here," was 0. (Bud) Dickinson "a very vi- television station. groes, according to Burns. .
cious and unfounded attack." "They didn't deserve a reply "My action wasn't that of a .
derbilt University.
.. wheel showed that they came (See STRIKE, Page 2))
from a 1962. 1963 or 1964 Ply- Dies HereMrs. Fleming the report alleges Burns challenged him to ," Burns said. bigot." It primarily was to protect -

".c mouth.' was actually hired by Dean prove what he said. The people of Jacksonville the Negroes he said' .;

And there was red painton Helen Stoddard Ed- Russell M. Cooper of USF's Col who elected Burns mayor (See BURNS] Page 2)IiiTallaliPssec) _:-
wards, 56, 1608 SW 35th Place, knew better than to believeDickinson's "'
lege of Liberal Arts. Later, after '

A the check chrome.showed that a red died home yesterday after morning at her he had passed up the oppor. Rail Strike Eff eels II ere.Paralysis? claims, he explained. I111'Iw J? okctcd --
an extended illness.
stolen the tunity for employment at another .
1964 Plymouth was
She was a native of Litchfield, school he was told by USF "But he's taking that
Jacksonville now
'..day before from a Mich. but had -None NearBy ; :
: lived
here for 40 to
dealer. President John S. Allen that his same television film and show-

r: Working on a theory that the years.A vocal. appointment had not been ap ing it in other parts of the state 'Expected It9
soloist she had
,,, car used here to haul the safe in various church'choirs sung proved. FRED LANE However, a Central Truck where people don't know me as
in this who hired With nation Lines official said his TALLAHASSEE (AP-Eigh-)
was the same car that Fleming was as an impending company well. So Burns told his Gaines-
*" away stolen in Jacksonville, dep- area, was a past president of a half-time professor, claims wide railroad strike set for mid.. would be able to help solve ville audience it was time to teen Negro and white members '
was the
*. uties broadcast an alert. Philharmonic Society and the university owes him .$ ,OOO night tonight, Gainesville busi the potential problem. set the record straight. of the Congress of Racial Equal .
was treasurer of
E. the Florida in salary. nessmen speculated today' that either ity picketed Jacksonville Mayer
M. him to
J.Then last night Trooper "I challenge
Federation take of
of Music Clubs. "I think we could care
President Allen maintains the effect would from Haydon Burns upon his arrival -
negotiations run near
Baker reported his statements admit
County or
=n hardson of it commented Keith prove ":
During the Overley
1940s she servedas in Tallahassee -
for hiring Fleming paralysis to none at all depending today to campaign -
had the lies such as
that he they are political
:JT Gainesville
administrative assistant to manager. Although for """
stopped short of actually hiring on the type of business."It governor protesting
-car and four youths in custodyat know volumeof we ,continually are hearing
I ." Maj. Garland Powell at radio would he didn't the exact his action in recent racial vio
practically paralyze
Macclenney. On the basis of WRUF. him.The *" railway freight, Overley from every other candidate," lence.
AAUP's committee commented Edwardsof
ret us Harry
::investigations here and state- From 1958 to 1962 she in pointed to the possibility of us- he said.: The
port alleges that Allen's actionsin Edwards Building Supply. pickets, most of them --
ments made there the youths additional flat bed trucks. He promised never to indulgeIn .
Mandalay, Burma, with her husband withdrawing the offer of employment Sufficient trucking facilities ing college-aged, carried signs pro- -:'
:'" were charged. deputy Dr. Richard A. Edwards, was prompted by just aren't available, said Ed- One thing seems certain. All personal attacks "either as claiming: "A bad mayor wOR'tmake
An Alachua County a professor of geology at the rail a candidate or as governor." "
this morning pressure from an ultraconservative wards, citing the 20 railroadcars passanger transportationwould a good governor, "Clean .
went to Macclenney the University. group known as the Florida of rock and 15 cars of sand cease, but bus line oUicials "They aren't commensuratewith up your own backyard first"

_. *,_. to talk identified to boys. Henley Funeral services will be at Coalition of Patriotic So normally brought in to Edwards feel able to take up the what we expect of a gov- "Negro votes count, too," and .
They're as 11 a.m. tomorrow in Holy cieties.It each week. slack. ernor," he said. "One of the others. -
:- B. Harris Jr., 19, Jessie M. Cartlver Trinity Episcopal Church, Supply \ deplorable parts of politics is Asked "-
William S. Roundtree, also maintains the Legislative Edwards estimated it would Both bus lines will why the protest, CORE
17, where she was a member with together that sometimes leads men President Frank
O'Neill said
.c1 Investigating Committee take 60 days to organize the .
and James O. Thompson Jr., able take 100
T 17 be to cent
up per
: avail- Rev. Earle. Page, rector offi popularly known after its first widespread small truckers to fill who have spent a lifetime build the mismanagement of the ra-
_ 17: No addresses were ciating. Burial will follow in chairman as the Johns Com- the gap. of the extra passengers, stated ing good reputations into vicious cial situation in Jacksonville

able.Deputies first heard abut the Hillcrest Memorial Park with mittee, also pressured Allen not No immediate curtailment of Charles Marshall at Trailways, terminal depot. acts against others" the should not be projected upen -,'
Jones-Johnson in charge. Jacksonville said. the state whole.
theft here yesterday when the to hire Fleming. manufacturing here was seen mayor as a
Pallbearers will be G. Man- Their the "We've received official Burns staunchly defended his He said Burns' candidacy
owners of the C. and L. Feed reason, report continues by Larry Mims, local Cabot no was
; started to for busi- uel Turner, Thomas A. E. Hart was that Fleming had Corporation manager. word," T. C. Siebert, agent for actions.He an affront to citizens of Florida .
Store open
\>, about 8:30 a.m. Their store Thomas O. Neff Harold been branded as being "soft" on "We could operate for some Seaboard Airline Railroad, said said his city's racial trou- Of the demonstration, Burn -

; ness ransacked and the safe Knowles Daniel Swanson and Communism an apologist in his time, but a prolonged strike this morning. "I just know what ble was caused "by an irresponsible said: "So what I expected -.:
Smith Kirkpatrick. writings, and as having expressed would close us all down," he I've been reading in the papers uncontrollable group of them to be lying on the runway ..

gone.A check of the scene indicated Survivors, besides her husband an attitude of appease- stated. ." Negro youths who were politically but apparently it was too cold," .

that a dollie had been taken include four brothers ment and defeatism in his While inventory would supplythe An official with the Atlantic inspired."I Then, glancing at the integrated

from the rear of the store and Walter Stoddard Gainesville; teaching at Vanderbilt. n e c e ssary manufacturing Coast Line Railroad said the did what responsible group of pickets, he said, "It .",
Charles Stoddard, Litchfield, The accusations were circulated material- awhile, shipments controversial new work rules any certainly is a colorful gather- -
-- used to haul the safe away on. would do in the same
The dolly's tracks were followed Mich.; Donald Stoddard, Battle by letter and in articles going cut of Gainesville wouldbe were set to go into effect tonight person ing." .
Creek, and Keith Stoddard Al- in the union situation, he said. As the Burns motorcade -
outside, across the high- appearing Zephyrhills curtailed, said Mims. The National represen- pre- .
... and a graded road. len Park Mich.; and a sister, News a weekly newspaper. Cabot Corporation, 350 NE 23 tatives have cited these anti- "Ill never be a Wallace, he pared to leave the airport, the '

way up stopped. The safe Mrs. Barbara Haefner, Litch- Zephyrhills is about 25 miles Blvd., produces pine tars, char featherbedding regulations as promised. pickets ran ahead of the lead
There they
I had been loaded in- field, Mich. (See USF Page 2)) coal and brickettes locally. the reason for the strike. Burns said his actions in the car and lay on the highway,
apparently blocking traffic.A .
to a car and hauled away dep-

TREMORS OF TRIMESTER-PART I motorcycle and ordered policeman them to get'arrived ..._

New Viet Nam up. They complied and no arrests

.:. t Fighting Errupts As the were motorcade made. pawed the ,
Near Think Stifled Dean SaysOne bypassed pickets, Burns leaned .'
Saigon *
from the window and told them,

,. TAN AN, Viet Nam (AP-A "Thank you for. your hefp." ,
.;: t Communist victory only 15 By BOB WILSON the trimester in September more, worry more and make student time schedule that senior, Barbara Dorio of -.

:miles south of Saigon has dealt (First of a series) I96%. about the same grades since caused habits to be changed Winter Park, wonders whetherthe ;

s, 1 ta major setback to strongman "The trimester system is a The trimester which boils the switching to the trimester. A and pressures experienced.The trimester is worth all the WHERETO

** *Premier Nguyen Khanh's plan bomb set ,to go off in the ad 17 week semester down to 14 Dean of Student'Affairs Les- fuss. _

-"** ,to clear the Viet Cong from ministration's face. It's just a weeks, is designed to step up, ter L. Hale feels that students .. outstanding criticism "The trimester creates: a sit- "
.J l Long An Province on the door- matter of time.." the academic pace by offering experience a "breathlessness" 'beard. of the trimester, Hale uation in which the student is FIND IT : ;

4fltep of his capital That's the opinion of one University students an extra school term because a semester's work is said, is that students have less interested in grades above all "

11 i! Viet Cong guerrillas overran of Florida student who, and a chance to take more jammed into,a shorter period of time to think.Students else." Miss Dorio said. "Every Comics . 26 .41...

'-:;ia Vietnamese self defense post along with about 2,500 other courses a year.A time. feel they are always means to 'beat the-system' 9 Classified . 29.31

& at 3 ajn Wednesday and killed graduating seniors, has been random student opinion In a report evaluating the studying for grades and term seems to be in effect. Is it 0 Entertainment 28

: 128; South Vietnamese.. Most of living with the trimester for almost sample, conducted ia prepara- UF's first under the tri papers and there is too little worth It?" O Opinion Page . 4

}the dead, including two civilians a year and a half. tion for this .series, indicates wester. time to digest what they are A student from Bankok, Thailand O Sports . 17-20

w [i11 riddled in their beds. The UF changed from the.._ however that UF! ,students Jake,_ Health Service research.show learning, be added. Burin Kantabutra, be- 0 Women's . .9, 10Honest
-Thirty-sbi men were wounded JraditldhaT semester: 's ste n- to about the same number of tog that the change to the tri-. "Good students are questionIng lieves the trimester allows the
..:.. tad'37'others were missing ','):ear ..ro nd" operation ua&r:- courses, study- more, cram -raester brought about a tighter the hurry," Hale said. (See TRIMESTER on Page 5)

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WASHINGTON (AP)-Most u.s. railroads have em-
His piggy bank 95 pennies thinner, fouryearoldRoss a
Smith decided to see for himself whether the bargoed all freight effective at 12:10: a.m. Friday, the

three-day "money sale" at two local banks was for Association of American railroads said today. :tloo

real. Due to the national coin shortage, the banks The embargo because of the threatened nationwide \ A '

across the country sponsored an exchange of a dollar
railroad strike serves notice that the railroads will not #
for 95 pennies. The "sale" ends tomorrow at Firsts
accept freight for loading, transporting, interchange or
'. National_.!_ \ and Citizens banks. (Sun photo by Eddie Da- reconsignment.the .

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senger trains that would be un- w.

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By CLIF CORMIER meeting of the 62,000-member come under the scrutiny of the WASHINGTON* *(AP-Secre-- SrBurns'

; Sun Education Writer American Association of Uni- AAUP although USF is the only 0 '\
tary of Labor W. Willard Wirtz
I ",t The University of South Florida ersity Professors.It's .- state school on the agenda.

!.. goes on trial in St. Louis possible Florida's univer- USF will share the unwanted pressed; emergency negotiating (
: tomorrow before the annual sity system in general will spotlight with Arkansas Agricultural today in an effort to
head off a nationwide rail At
and Normal College on strike at midnight. Rally
charges of violating the AAUP's
After a night session running
Four Teenagers code on academic freedom and into the early morning hours Gubernatorial candidate Haydon Burns, center, conferred with his Alachua Coun '

tenure. Wirtz met with union ty campaign manager Wayne Carlisle, left and Sidney Grossman last night. State.

The specific issue is a com- tatives again at 10 a.m.represen-Rail.road Rep. Ralph Turlington is in the background. (Sun photo by Eddie Davis)
plaint by a professor who
claims he was offered a job by negotiators were scheduled .
Burglary Suspects institution in 1962. 'to join the session later.
the Tampa 'Prove It9!
: Burns
The labor secretary indicated Challenges
-- After he accepted and made
EARLTON Four teenagerswho uties said. They started a search arrangements to move from that he planned to keep negoti-' .-., .' .
Hf '
ations -
going right through to
allegedly stole a 500-pound ,down, ,the
safe here early yesterday morning -:. safe, badly battered laying in a dr 'wn. the strike' _deadline *if"-.no- _agreement Dickinson's .Race RemarksBy
were arrested and charged ct.ditch. ** j* *r. The case is detailed In the 'was reached.

., last night in Baker County. It was empty,' but there ap- spring issue of the AAUP Bulle: He had reported*no progress
Work of Patrolmanand hadn't been tin, official publication of the when the night session ended at
a Highway parently anything HAROLD RUMMEL Speaking to a rainy night i Jacksonville crisis were aimed
organization, in article en- 3:15 a.m, l'
local led to the ar valuable in it. an
deputies Sun Staff Writer audience of about 200 at Citi- more at defending than sup- ,
rests. Further search uncovered the titled, "Academic Freedom and H. E. Gilbert, president of the
Gubernatorial candidate i zens Field, Burns referred to pressing Negroes.
Tenure: The University of South AFL-CIO Brotherhood of Locomotive 'I
Working on a hunch, the dep.uties car parts.
Haydon Bums shot a sharp accusations by Dickinson that Ninety-five per cent of the
alert to be on i Firemen and Engine-
broadcast an challenge "to prove it" or he deliberately inspired racial violence was committed in the
The article is verbatim
look-out for 1964 Plymouth. a re- men, absent from Wednesday's
the a
Musician admit it's a political lie" at one disorders in Jacksonville for Negro sections, 90 per cent of
They had found a wheel and a port of an ad hoc committee of sessions, came to the 10 a.m.
the theft the AAUP which investigatedthe meeting. of his opponents here last personal political advantage.The the damage was done to Neg.roproperty
of chrome near
piece night. statements were made a and 50 per cent of the .
scene. It looked like the trunkof complaint made by D. F. Gilbert declined comment on ,, '"
> a car had been pried open.A Mrs. Edwards Fleming professor emeritus of the prospects of averting a He called remarks by Fred week ago over a Jacksonville injuries were suffered by Ne-
Bud Dickinson "a vi- television station. groes, according to Burns
chrome and international relations at Van- O. ( ) very
check of the strike. "I just got here, was
= cious and unfounded attack." "They didn't deserve a reply "My action wasn't that of a
derbilt University.
_, wheel showed that they came (See STRIKE, Page 2)) "
w f from a 1962, 1963 or 1964 Plymouth Dies HereMrs. Fleming, the report alleges, Burns challenged him to ," Burns said. bigot. It primarily was to protect

.; : was actually hired by Dean prove what he said. The people of Jacksonville the NeTres he said.
red Helen Stoddard Ed- Russell M. Cooper of USF's Col- who elected Burns mayor (See BURNS, Page 2)) -
,T",' And there was paint wards, 56, 1603 SW 35th Place, lege of Liberal Arts..Later, after knew better than to believe .....

on A the check chrome.showed that a red, died home yesterday after morning at her he had passed up the oppor- Rail Strike Ef f::ects ere.Paralysis? Dickinson's claims, he explain- BUI'J1 .< an extended illness.
""'" stolen the tunity for employment at another -
1964 Plymouth from was Jacksonville She was a native of Litchfield, school, he was told by USF ed."But now he's taking that In Tallahassee
_day before a Mich. but -None ;
had NearBy I
for 40 to
dealer. President John S. Allen that his same television film and show-

e\ Working on a theory that the years.A vocal. soloist appointment had not been ap ing it in other parts of the state 'Expected It' -
she had
:,.. car used here to haul the safe in various church'choirs sung proved. FRED LANE However, a Central Truck where people don't know me as
in this who hired With nation- Lines official said his TALLAHASSEE (APEighteen ) -
was the same car that Fleming, was as an impending company well. So Burns told his Gaines-
4 away stolen in Jacksonville, dep- area, was a past president of a half-time professor, claims wide railroad strike set for mid would be able to help solve ville audience it was time to Negro and white membersof
: was the Philharmonic
:* uties broadcast an alert. Society and the university owes him '46,000in night tonight, Gainesville busi- the potential problem."I set the record straight."I the Congress of Racial Equal-
was treasurer of
:M. E. salary. nessmen speculated today' that him to either ity picketed Jacksonville Mayor
:=': Then last night Trooper Federation of Music Clubs. think we could take care of challenge
President Allen maintains the effect would from Haydon Burns upon his arrival -
negotiations run near admit
Baker County reported his statements or
Richardson of During the 1940s she servedas it," commented Keith Overley, prove
in Tallahassee to ".
for hiring Fleming paralysis to none at all de- today campaign -
stolencar such
= that he had the Gainesville they are political lies as
administrative Althoughhe
assistant to short of the of business."It manager. for governor protecting -
stopped actually pending on type
and four youths in custodyat we continually are hearing
Maj. Garland Powell at radio didn't know the exact volumeof his action in recent racial vio
would practically paralyzeus"
> Macclenney. On the basis of WRUF. him.The railway freight, Overley from every other candidate," lence.
AAUP's committee commented Edwardsof
r1;investigations here and statements From 1958 to 1962 she was in alleges that Allen's actionsin Edwards Building Supply. pointed to the possibility of us- he said.: The pickets most of them
-: made there, the youths additional flat bed trucks. He promised never to indulgein
Burma with ing
Mandalay, her hus- withdrawing the offer of employment Sufficient trucking facilities college-aged, carried signs pro-
-. -. were charged. band, Dr. Richard A. Edwards, was prompted by just aren't available, said Ed- One thing seems certain. All personal attacks "either as" claiming "A bad mayor won'tmake
An Alachua County a professor of geology at the passanger rail transportationwould a candidate or as governor. a good "Cleanup
this pressure from an ultraconservative wards, citing the 20 railroad governor,
,. went to Macclenney the University. group known as the Flo- cars of rock and 15 cars of sand cease, but 'bus line officials "They aren't commensuratewith your own backyard first,"

,,T: to talk to boys.They're Henley Funeral services will be at rida Coalition of Patriotic So normally brought in to Edwards feel able to take up the what we expect of a governor "Negro votes count, too," and
identified as 11 a.mtomorrow_ in Holy cieties.It each week. slack. ," he said. "One of the others.
::: B..Harris Jr., 19, Jessie M. Car- Supply
Trinity Episcopal Church, ; deplorable parts of politics is Asked .
why the CORE
also maintains the Legislative Edwards estimated it would protest,
Xlver William S. Both bus lines will
17 together
where she was a member, with Investigating Committee, take 60 days to organize the that it sometimes leads men President Frank O'Neill said .
and James 0. Thompson Jr., be able to take 100 cent
.:.!'1 17, avail- Rev. Earle, Page, rector, off popularly known after its first widespread small truckers to fill up per who have spent a lifetime build- the mismanagement of the ra-
17 No addresses were ciating. Burial will follow in of the extra passengers, stated into vicious cial
chairman as the Johns Com- the gap. ing good reputations in Jacksonville
able.Deputies first heard abut the Hillcrest Memorial Park with mittee, also pressured Allen not No immediate curtailment of Charles Marshall at Trailways, depot"We've acts against others," the should not be projected upon
manager -
"" when the Jones-Johnson in charge. to hire Fleming. manufacturing here was seen Jacksonville mayor said. the state as a whole.

theft here of yesterday the C. and L. Feed Pallbearers will be G. Man- Their reason, the report con- by Larry Mims, local Cabot received no official Burns staunchly defended his He said Burns' candidacy was

owners started to for busi- uel Turner, Thomas A. E. Hart, tinues, was that Fleming had Corporation manager. word," T. C. Siebert, agent for actions.He an affront to citizens of Florida.

:;\.Store about 8:30 a.m.open Their store Thomas 0. Neff, Harold been branded as being "soft" on "We could operate for some Seaboard Airline Railroad, said said his city's racial trou- Of the demonstration, Burns
ness : Knowles, Daniel Swanson and Communism in his "I know what said: "So what? I : =
ransacked and the safe an apologist time, but a prolonged strike this morning. just ble was caused "by an irrespon- expected
was Smith Kirkpatrick. writings, and as having ex- would close us all down," he I've been reading in the pa- sible, uncontrollable group of them to be lying on the runway .
gone. Survivors, besides her hus- pressed an attitude of stated. '" but apparently it was too cold."
-- appeasement -
A check of the scene indicated pers. Negro youths who were politically ,
that dollie had been taken band, include four brothers, and defeatism in his While inventory would supplythe An official with the Atlantic inspired."I Then, glancing at the integrated -

a and Walter Stoddard, Gainesville; teaching at Vanderbilt. necessary manufacturing Coast Line Railroad said the group of pickets, he said, "It ..
of the store
from the rear did what responsible
Charles Stoddard, Litchfield, The accusations were circu- material- awhile, shipments controversial new work rules any certainly is a .colorful gathering -
to haul the safe on. the
used away would do in same
..... The tracks were fol- Mich.; Donald Stoddard Battle lated by letter and in articles going cut of Gainesville wouldbe were set to go into effect tonight person ." '
dolly's Creek, and Keith Stoddard, Al appearing in the Zephyrhills curtailed, said Mims. The National union representatives situation he said. As the Burns motorcade pre- "

:-- lowed and outside,graded across road.the highway len Park, Mich.; and a sister, News, a weekly newspaper. Cabot Corporation 350 NE 23 have cited these anti- "I'll never be a Wallace." he pared to leave the airport, the "

up a The safe Mrs. Barbara Haefner lA tel.- Zephyrhills is about 25 miles Blvd., produces pine tars, char- featherbedding regulations as promised. pickets ran ahead of the lead

Z *_ There they had stopped.been loaded in- field, Mich. (See USF Page 2)) coal and brickettes locally. the reason for the strike. Burns said his actions in the car and lay on the highway,
blocking traffic.A .
: to a car and hauled away, dep-
motorcycle policeman ar-
g TREMORS OF TRIMESTER-PART I rived and ordered them to get

.p. New Viet Namt up. They complied and B* ar-

Fighting Errupts I rests As the were motorcade made. passed the
Think Time Dean :
NearSalaon Stifled Says bypassed pickets, Burns leaned ."

..... 0 from the window and told them,
_' TAN AN> Viet Nam (AP-A I I Thank you for, your help." ,";:,

.-: Communist victory only 15 f By BOB WILSON trimester in September more, worry more and make student time schedule that One senior, Barbara Dork of ,. .... .

miles south of Saigon has dealt (First of a series) 1962. about the same grades since caused habits to be changed Winter Park, wonders whetherthe .

4: 1 fa major setback to ,strongman The trimester system is a The trimester, which boils the switching to the trimester. ,- and pressures experienced.The trimester is worth all the WHERETO

,.t ;Premier Nguyen Khanh's plan bomb set to go off in the ad-, 17-week semester down to 14 Dean of Student Affairs Les- fuss. .--..
,to clear the Viet Cong from ministration's face. Ifs just a weeks is designed to step up ter L. Hale feels that students outstanding criticism "The trimester creates a sit-
'.Long An Province, on the doorstep matter of time. the academic pace by offering experience a "breathlessness" ibeard of the trimester, Hale uation in which the student is FIND IT -:

:j ; of his capital. That's the opinion of one University students an extra school term because a semester's work is said, is that students have less interested in grades above all .

f Viet Cong guerrillas overran of Florida student who and chance to take into shorter time to think.Students else" Miss Dorio said. "Every 5
a more jammed a period of Comics . . 26 ..:.:.
Vietnamese self defense post along with about 2,500 other courses a year.A time. feel they are always means to 'beat the-system' Classified . 29-31 ...
3 a.m. Wednesday and killed graduating seniors has been random student opinion In a report evaluating the studying for grades and term seems to be in effect. Is it O Entertainment 28 '

South, Vietnamese. Most of living with the trimester for almost sample, conducted in prepara- UF's first year under the trimester papers and there is too little worth it?" Opinion Page 4

dead, including two civilians a year and a half. tion for this series, indicates, Hale points to Mental time to digest what they are A student from Bankok, Thailand Sports . 17-20

riddled in their beds. The UF changed from_the. however, that, UF students take Health Service research.show- learning be added. Burin Kantabutra be Women' . .9, 10t

:.' Thirty-six men were wounded traditional semester systeni :to about the -same number of ing-that the change to the tri "Good students are questioning lieves the trimester allows the

... and 37 others were missing '')'ear jround" operation .under courses, study' more, era m mester brought about a tighter the hurry," Hale said. (See TRIMESTER on Page 5))

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f : I Sen. Kennedy Says Brother Is Called Fight For Prayer

Weather: Roundup ) JACKSONVILLE (AP) A

j I! Had Heart in Rights Bill movement for prayers to and petitien Bible congress study in

I IJ :. I nCleveland Civil hts RowCLEVELAND public schools will be conducted
I WASHINGTON (AP) Sen. nation without changing my .ig here this weekend.Mrs. .
i Edward M. Kennedy, D-Mass., mind.
Paul K. Epps of Jacksonville
$ himself local is-
joined the Senate civil rights To limit to
J debate today with a declarationthat sues "in the face of this great Ohio (AP-All heard the announcement They the Advancement of Colored said volunteers! will Seek

B, C Fair through Fri. John F. Kennedy's' "heart national question, would be to sides in a civil rights dispute had waited in the lobby while People attended the meeting signatures on petitions asking 1
t day. Low tonight 40 to 45. and his soul are in this bill." demean the seat in which I sit," have agreed to a two-week truce their leaders met in the mayor's called by Locher. -"""""" Congress to pass a constitution.

High Friday 65 to 71 North to "If his life and death had a I he said. that includes appointment of a private chambers. al amendment guaranteeing the

northeast 5 to 12 mile winds. ML \ Ya' rwM.wF meaning," said the assassinated -: Kennedy, whose other brother special group to study Cleve They cheered and applauded Those civil rights groups are right of prayer In any public

president's youngest brother, Atty. Gen. Robert F. Ken, land's problem of school inte loudly: as they heard the termsof opposing construction of three place. - -
D F.I.ttlrough' Friday. Low In tiaer "it that should hate helped draw the rights gration. the truce.
50s on beaches and 45 to 50 Inland was we not nedy, up new elementary public schoolsin I
ti high 8 Friday to 15 mile U to winds.72. North 1o northeast but love one another; we shoulduse proposals, said he believed"the The agreement, hammered The demonstrators bad gathered the predominantly Negro Gainesville Sun I

:h E. F. G =- Partly cloudy _becomIng our powers not to create basic problem the American -. out Wednesday night at a seven- at noon at school board Glenville area on the East Side. Published evenings' except I

J mostly fair In 50s tonight high_ and Friday Friday.around Low conditions of oppression that people face in the 1960s in.. hour City Hall meeting, will end headquarters to pay tribute to Demonstrations in that area led Saturday and Sunday mom-

'..I 1 75.winds.North to nortt ast A to 15. mile_ lead to violence, but conditionsof the field of civil rights is one o f all demonstrations and picketing the Rev. Bruce W. Klunder, 27, to violence in January and Feb- Ings by the Gainesville Publishing .

H. I Partly cloudy through Fri. freedom that lead to peace." adjustment"It and new school construction. a white Presbyterian minister, may and produced an earlier Company at 101 SE
day. Low tonight 60 to 65. high Friday 2nd Place. Gainesville. Florida.
around 82. Variable to 15 mile It was the maiden Senate ad- is the task of adjusting to It may be extended an additional who died Tuesday when a bull- agreement between the school and entered as second class

;: winds and becoming Friday.north to northeast tonight ,. dress for the young senator and the fact that Negroes are goingto two weeks if all sides show dozer ran over him at a school board and civil rights leaders. matter at the Post Office at

'.I day.' o .e>"; he conceded he spoke on the be members of the community progress is being made toward construction site. They then That pact provided for full integration Gainesville. Florida.CIRCULATION .

day around 12. Variable to U mil tia1Ge legislation with some hesitationfor of American citizens, with resolving a situation that resulted marched to City Hall. of bus-transported Ne- RATES BY
i winds. "a freshman senator shouldbe the same rights and the same in one death and violence gro pupils in predominantly CARRIER OR MAIL

TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE _seen,. not heard; should I responsibilities as every one of this week. Earlier Wednesday, Common white schools. I .< ..
1 Week .45'
f High Lew Preel Pleas Court Judge John V. Corrigan I
!I Jacksonville (3 50 .33 learn, not teach. us. Mayor Ralph S. Locher helped 3 M... $5.85
Miami 12 72 Municipal Airport readings I had issued a temporary Involved are nearly 1,000 pupils
He said in
his work out the at
Tampa Atlanta 48 4' >34 U ._E for 24 hours to 8 a.m. today: that he had prepared planned remarks to I Fla. Gets Boost closed-door session agreement with top a order banning further construction unable to attend overcrowded All malt subscriptions. -must
be advance.
New Orleans 75 50 ..10Boston High'89 at 2 p.m., low 70 at picketing or trespassing schools in their Negro neigh. in
51 3f .39 make his first speech on issues I TALLAHASSEE (AP) -Florida's city, school, civic and civil ,
1-7 a.m..No rain. at the site of the new Lake- borhoods. Member of Audit Bureau of
I New York 5* 38 .64 '
affecting industry and industrial rights 'leaders., He
Washington *2 Aft. .41 employ economy grew 'group announced schoolon Circulation.
Kansas City 47 34Denver ALMANAC ment In his home state "but I i by 22 new plants and five major the' truce terms. public Side.Representatives elementary Civil rights leaders maintainthe
S3 32 .
Los Angeles 56 54Seattle -- Sunset today ...._. _........ ':53 p.m. could not follow this debate for expansions worth $4 million an- Some 125 civil rights demonstrators the East new grade schools in the Ne- ; production All material In whole contained or In herein part Is Is
.. .
4*' Moonrlse Sunrise tomorrow tomorrow ....... 5:12':09 a.m...m. the last four weeks I could!nounced in April, the Florida outnumbered by police, of the UFM, gro residential area would "resegregate" the property of the c1< Gainesville WM. R.
.. ..... Publishing ComPAny. ( >
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CEDAR KEY TIDES Newmoon ? ? April 12 not see this issue the the of Racial
Friday High: at 12:45 p.m. Low Venus, brightest of alt the start and envelop :Development Commission re ended their long City Hall sit-in Congress Equality the bus-transported j III strictly forbidden, without the written
at ':33 a.m. and <:U p m. planets. U now seen between Aldeba- emotion and conscience of the ported. without incident after they and the National Association for pupils. oermlsslon f the publisher. -
MARINE FORECAST ran and the Pleiades' In .the constellation
EAST GULF: Northeasterly 10 to Taurus.. Aidebaran ls to the .at

15 knot winds through Friday. Fair. left of Venus.- FUKNITUKE; FURNITURE ox FURNITURE FURNITURE. tWMmiM (j gT FURNITURE (2-FURNITURE (ay fURNITURE (j&aggft":*MTURJ': ( ,&FURNITURE (% ,.--,.

! More About : awe to prettyup your patio

\ Burns.- : '. Time : : I

From Page 1 4 S f ,
"No other candidate In this against the state's monthly pay

faced with a situation roll for its 1
race ever was pay system employes.
... ... ..
.L. : N
i like I have Just faced, "I'm opposed to the public '

Burns said. accomodations bill now before r .j. ,..."
'"But this is just part of my. Congress because it would destroy -

training," he added. the rights of free enter '

o e said that as
JirlfU i serve "each and every "I've deplored the monthly I

arson under the law." payroll system since back in t

.r; Burns also went on record as 1933 when I worked in the state

tt opposing the proposed public auditing department," he said. 2 ..tu.

accomodations bill now before Under it, he said, it's almost ,,

Congress, in favor of develop- impossible to live from monthto t: zi I Iz .----- -'-*-'
Iring higher education, behind month without borrowing.He .

t locating Sunland Training Centers pledged to fight for weeklyand a PERFECT FOR AN OUTDOOR PARTY

r? throughout the state, and twice-monthly payrolls for ar L ..LI t d4 r y < YOUR CHOICE GROUPS ::
every job of the state.
fl< More About He called Sunland Training z

r Center "probably the best institutions fr j., -_ 'c' w a S4995 DOWN$5 ,.,-_ ;r.. ..

I operated by the state." r""'r. ..<,

USFFrom But it shouldn't be centralized. : Z41 ; ::.: ;.
Either 36" round :
Burns said he wants a Sun- r. table
and 4 chairs (above) ,
r land near every metropolitanarea or .
in Florida because manyof i'3 Sette 2 chairs 5
Pagelfrom the patients can be better 2 J. and cocktail ZI .
U tab I..
served by being near,their ami. _
Temple Terrace, home of ..
the University of South Florida., lies."I i
Allen is also taken to task by say this here In Gainesvilleso I

the AAUP for accepting.a_ de- I won't be accused of dodgingthe k

rogatory report on Fleming issue here:** kf .

from Dr. Harvie Branscomb, Burns called also for more
Vanderbilt.In out treatment centersfor z z
then chancellor of patient -
alcoholics.And -t, : ?
a letter Branscomb said he S'w-
did not believe Fleming was a he concluded by saying 4 *; ,,,
Communist, but that he had that "the college-age people of I
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"gone sour over the years and Florida are walking into a ,. .--'--- __4_
lost his perspective and balance stacked deck." The lack of college 1M CIICCIIC

of judgment. level facilities are forcing

The report charges that Allen students out of the universities, z
and the Board of Control did he said. z
not give Fleming an opportunity "Thirty-four per cent of the

to present his own referencesand students wash out in their fresh- .. < .. 4'y

to refute the charges.The man year," he explained.He A r Q

incident occurred be- blamed the high rate of

tween May and July, 1962, durIng drop outs to an upgrading of 1
the same time the Johns
I caused !
examinations by expanded
Committee in a' I'
was encamped
enrollment that t h estate
motel the of USF
has failed to provide for.
investigating alleged irregularities !
Burns also recited the "Jack ;
among the faculty at the
university. sonville Story" of municipal de-
under his direction.
When the Johns Committeetook velopment

cognizance of Fleming'scase =1 '

it cited excerpts from the More About z ,. : ., i ,
professor's book, "The Cold GROUP

War and its Origin," implyingthat i ,. WITH ZIPPERED FOAM CUSHIONS

he was not the type of professor StrikeFrom YOU GET AU FIVE PIECES J tof '
USF should hire. .
The AAUP committee says 0 Luxurious: Foam Sofa! 4 4W

of the Board of Control's partin 3 o 2 Matching Lounge Chairs. 4f LV: -

the incident; "It is .a, sad Page 0 Glass Top End Table!

detail of the.s. ory that, the O Cocktail Table c'
his to from r Elegantly Styled Glass Dinettes
answer questions < Top
Board by September 14 could : : Chaise Lounge 69.95 $15 DOWN z

bring itself to express gratitudefor newsmen., 42"x28" Table and 4 Side Chairs 6995
the (Johns) :committee' ,Charles Luna, president of "?'
efforts." the AFL-CIO Brotherhood of Durable Rust Resistant WROUGHT IRON FOR YEARS OF ,RELAXING LUXURY Dinettes so practical, so elegant and gracefully) dif
ferent and the rust proof finish is guaranteed s
Railroad Trainmen, was expected
Frequently throughout, ,t h e You'll love the air of relaxing I luxury this adds 12 years too' Be sure to add one of these
AAUP report, the investigatorsdrift f this afternoon. group to your patio, porch, or family room. It's made com -
a.a of wrought iron finished in fortable dining sets for leisurely mealtime pleasure.
quality a soft white and guaranteed not to rust. The seat cushions are ,:
from the
specific case of Five;unions and nearly 200 'E solid foam for extra comfort and the zippered cushions are made of heavy weather resistant fabric 5-pc. Set 30"x48" 79.95 5-pc. 32"x54" 99.955pc. g
to criticii,1hiaction
Fleming of the Johns Conunittee"Tresdent ; railroads:- are involved In the and plastic. You can select from garden fresh print fabrics that will brighten any room or patio. Comein Set 42" round 89.95 7-pc. 32"x54 109.95 z
dispute. and see our complete line in all price ranges.
Allen and the Board of Control sessions end.
As the all-night
as constituting a threat to ed, Wirtz indicated that Presi-

academic freedom. dent Johnson was gravely Rattan That'sMade b y -t -
According to several reliable
worried the that -
sources, recruiting of., ..professors prospect -=
rail strike might seriously
for the state's newest university a for a
Florida Atlantic in damage the nation's economy. !

Boca Raton, which in The ability or failure to Lifetime
September has b tampered: reach;:agreement will determine i M
whether there is or"is not a major
since publication of the AAUP
report. disruption in the nation's of Beauty j I

present encouraging
Two professors: who were =
advance," Wirtz said. :;) For rattan that's made to y
offered jobs at FAU have with Wirtz earlier had announced i last. l lifetime i you'JI find C a I-f. Redwood
''' s Z
drawn their applications and
nothing lacking in this
-= t
had-ihown he'would hold the union andmanagementnegotiators casual The 3 strand 2 5 ft.
others who an interest group. DO"'WN bar-b-que set =
in continuous arms are made of solid ,
In FAU are reported: :no sessions but a snag developed l Philippine rattan, Kingslzed! Includes table with 2
longer interested. when two union presi I -foam.cushions' are zip covered '' 5 benches prednlled'
i 99
Established schools: .are.' not 'in gay casual 1 fabrKStable -
likely to suffer'from aca dents'': were, unable to arrive tops are of carefree S-PC. Set Reg 339.00 complete with hardware
any here in time for the hastily sic Micarta mad. to last a $27995 as.c embly.
demic blackballing least not 3PC.
lifetime yet so modestly SECTIONAL
called conference.The
actively immediately in the, since market they for are not recess came at 3:15 a.m. x priced. MATCHING CHAIR $20 DOWN I OPEN MON. AND FRI. NITES 'TIL 9 I z

pro after about seven hours of talks CORNER TABLE'COCKTAIL .
fessors. Most of, the :vacancies
\ irtz said that;when the discussions < .
approved for this biennium by, TABLE NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA'SLARGEST
down to the
: got specific
the Board of Control have already .
been filled. i points in dispute, the absenceof FURNITURE STORE
the two union chiefs became
The annual AAUP meeting:

has authority to censure the important.
"It is a complication that I
administrations of institutions x
violating widely accepted had not fully anticipated," the R TV SWIVEL CHAIR No Carrying "furniture

standards of academic freedom. secretary said. Charges.
The two absent union presi Wide 4eep City"
and tenure. OS '
dents, Charles Luna of the AFLI I 4 4 S39 comfortable On Our c
Attending the convention from choice I 1001
CIO Brotherhood *f fabrics I wonderful
of Railroad
the University of Florida's I ,, Voprt ia jutural fiaish. 9O.04y buys
AAUP chapter will be Dr. Cecil Trainmen, and H. E. Gilbert of C3., 19 S.E. In Are.
the AFL-CIO Brotherhood of Plan
Smith, president; Dr. SeymourS.

Block, immediate past president .. walkout nearly 200 railroads
and Dr. Frederick H. Hart- will post new work rules. .r -

mann, a member of the AAUP And that's when the unions

National Council say some 200,000 workers will WRNnuU )UtHnual WRNnuRE ex FUItNRTUR>< /UiIENRtI Ri a NRNITUY3 FURNl1UA# '" ;,' 11 }il FURNINRE &'f it,,


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::1 -Qiaflttzuil1t. Sun OFM Press vs. LBJ's Driving :J II

_ THE a i Sfrro bark < tmra the incident is the President's President Garfield was shot ed and supported-by-the pressin

reaction to the published re when he was at an outing, Lin- the North.
JOHN R. RAKRISON. FretUtatrvkllshcri n. By JAMES RESTON .
PAT COWLES. Vte Frew ports. coln was murdered in a thea- This is why he is so inter-
lean ED JOHNSON. Tic Prt.U.. SOUTHBy WASHINGTON-Presidents HE WAS IN TURN angry ter, McKinley was shot at a ested in the press, and para .
Florida's Beautiful t:? tai E..e.tiT. EiiUrt W. G. (BfflEBEKSOLE. ways seem to be getting into and hurt. He felt that some of public reception away from doxically, why he likes to
.. 1 1r TU PrciUeBt Ml A* iouble with automobiles, and the reporters had abused their Washington and so was Kenne- have reporters around and

University-. ., City. vtrtlitac. Tic Director rrtcUwt* BOB..*TARTACUONE. fie,,. ...RALPH McGILL now it is Lyndon Johnson'sturn. privileges as his guests, and dy.MOST hates to have them criticize
t- runt rikUib+
Fries wrests .
a t _' UIa lIaeaer. I 01 tt. AtUaU G.t Cu.titetie. t what is more important, that PRESIDENTS have him when they come around.,
President Eisenhower was the big Eastern papers were dealt with their need for privacy HIS DIFFICULTY Is that he i

THE SUN'S POLICY 'TheRivers criticized several years ago taking a hostile attitude toward simply by keeping repor- wants to be liked and also t
1':. 1. Report the new fully and l Impartially In the news eolurnns. ., for riding up to his Gettys- him because he is a ters at a distance but not do what he likes. In s me-'

.. ".. '2. Express the opinions of the Sun. In-but only in-editorials .: burg farm at 90 miles an hour, Southerner.This Johnson. He feels fenced in at ways he is like President Tru-
*3, PubUsh all 'sides'of important'controversial' issues.ThTSun'stelephones and even Herbert Hoover who is an unfortunate and the White House and is liber- man. He does well with the.

Department's-372-S441 was not generally regarded as inaccurate conclusion. John- ated at the ranch In Texas, big problems and has .trouble :
.. l : a speedy type, ordered an investigation son has had a remarkablygood but even then he has the reporters with the little onesand
f Want Ads-376-4672 of the White press ever since he came around night and day he wants to be both a'private-

.. Are Sick'West House press in July of 1931 into the White House, but the and acts in their presence precisely and a public figure At the.,,

when they reported that he White House press corps has as he would act aroundold same time. .. .
roared back from his Rapidan always been worried about the friends.
This is all ot'the
a typical
of New Orleans U.S. part
A Northern_ Lady 'Trespasses'To fishing camp at the outra- safety of the President and Usually this private relation- period of adjustment-

". ... ,< < .... .- 90 crosses over the 'Huey P. geous clip of 50 miles an hour. this is especially true since the ship is respected, but much of the savage demands of ,the
The traveler
put it bluntly, it' is a sort' of or a new thought.It Long Bridge. The report on President assassination of President the talk is about public mat- presidency. A senator or even
finds himself in '
very soon a ters and often there is confus-
Johnson is that he recent I y Kennedy.
a vice president cart have all
madness to charge a presentable, country of moss-hung trees,
ion about what and
the roads can can-
drove a car over Every serious White House kinds
of freedom denied to
not with northern a
well-behaved. human being with"trespassing" may stop swamps and lowlands on near his Texas farm at 75,, 80 correspondent is especially not be written. Also, when he president. No matter wherehe
when he sits down in ladies. First Families of Virginia, which scrub oaks flourish. or 85 miles an hour-it de- edgy when the President is leaves the privacy of his home outside the
goes privacyof
'. long accustomed to lead, may before Bayous appear disappearwith pends on who you readandthe away from the protective and drives fast along the his family he is a public
an eating house_open' to' the publicto long join the movement. Perhaps in the winding highway. most interesting aspect of shield of the official residence. roads with cars full of reporters figure. He is expected to set
Small towns and sugar factories who have not been
order a meal. time some of ,the wives or mothersor fishing and the standards of the nation
camps guests in his house, reports of
daughters of southern _governors lonely houses set back in the BELOW OLYMPUS By Interlandi4t' his driving inevitably are pub- and to live by them-in ways

When the person who is repulsed and senators may take their place in trees on the edge of a bayouor lished, especially since on one not demanded of other public *

i is' the gracious Mrs. Malcolm Peabody southern jails, in witness ,to the on the arm of one, are a of the recent rides in Texas, figures. _
of the No doubt he will slow down
scene. he forced another car onto
mother of Gov. Endicott Pea- brotherhood of man.
after the
Most of the towns have the shoulder of the road. publicity given to
body of Massachusetts, the whole French names. Some of them a PUBLICATION of such his driving, but his problemwith

sick business must look pretty mad Once, long ago, Massachusetts was like Des Allemands, remindone things, however, is no indication the press remains: for

even to white southern police, jail in the grip of a malady as deeprooted that the bayou country received of hostility toward the he is magnifying an incidentof

ors and prosecutors.For and maniacal as today's racism.In many nationalities in President and certainly has his own creation with the
addition to the Acadians. The car into a feud of his own
nothing whatsoever to do with
1691-92 accused
neighbor neigh-
latter were more numerous the fact that he is from Texas. imagination with the press.
some time now, more and bor of witchcraft in Salem Village and had the better publicity As a matter of fact, probablythe And the misunderstandingsbetween

more eminent white persons have and beyond, and before the craze agent in the poet Longfellow strongest support for John- North and South are-

the sit-ins vigils had its 20 had been whose "Evangeline" was Washington bad enough without this.
been joining in run course, put son in the press
and other forms of physical demonstration to death, 55 tortured, and hundreds based on a mixture of legend corps is coming from those NO DOUBT many people .in
and truth. But Germans, Russian the North do not admire the
against white America'smost had been accused and were awaiting 1 1t who feel strongly that he may
t Jews, Portuguese and be able to reconcile the differences Johnson style, just as any
( grevious shortcoming. First it torture and trial. many other peoples found between North and courtly Southerners didn't I

'was mostly students, then professors their way into the network of South better than anybody else like the Truman style but

}began to join, then clergymen, and The craze ended almost.as suddenly bayous, channels and islands. precisely because he is a this wasn't what worried the
r now some of the great ladies of the as it began-though it had beena Southerner.This reporters. ""'
comes Morgan City, named is also his own fondest They were not concernedwith
4 first families.In solemn article of belief for cen- for the man who drove a rail hope. He has labored for years his style but with his

i turies and was to continue to claim road line there in 1850, from under the political handicap of safety. They were not tryingto

theory, a damyankee is still a victims at the stake and gallows in which goods and passengerswere t ... '\' not being a national but a regional tear down the Presidentbut

damyankee even if she is a lady, the Europe for several decades more. transferred to steam- j1ie figure. He has the reputation to preserve him. '
boats and sailing vessels for of being' hard man In fact most of them were
mother of the of a sovereign
transport to Gulf and Texas > but is in truth a most sensitive worrying mainly about the
'f state, or the wife of a bishop- The madness ended forever in the ports. a, man and does not feel country and about the thoughtof

I but Mrs. Peabody got kid-glove dour Puritan colony when the wife Morgan City lies on Ber- that he can unify the nation John McCormack run.

treatment, and perhaps even the of the royal governor of Massachu- wick Bay which is a widen- "You and your 'Don't Make Waves' philosophy!I" unless he is accepted, respect- ring it :
of the
greater courtesy of a sudden pang setts was accused of witchcraft. ing Atchafalaya River. .4
The city itself is almost liter-

ally surrounded by a vast net-

work of rivers, lakes and bay- Liberal Republicanism9 Competence!; I

o u s. Swampy savannahs,
Voice of the People fields of sugar cane and ,forests -
of water oak tr .-
cypress, 0 FEDERAL AID ..
___ and tupelo lie between }bay ** "ft t No such guiding principle w as visible for example, during

_ ous. The city is a center of The following is from an article in the Saturday Review. the Truman administration. Thus, in his enthusiasm for fed<

sOn The Sun's Opinion PageOpinions === commercial fishing and trap- The author has been an undersecretary of labor, director of eral aid to middle-income hoi using-Truman ultimately was,

ping, and of oyster and the U. S. Information Agency and special assistant to Presi- pushing a program even for federal aid to middle-income
and comments of Sun readers ore welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters shrimp packing. Across the dent Eisenhower. Author of the book, "A Republican Looks at housing at a level where ]private financing could do the
mutt be signed end bier the writers address. Names. will be withheld if requested. A letter shouldnot bay from Morgan City is Berwick the'World Rule of Law well better. Sin lilarly the Truman health
His Party, he presently is director of job just as or was
exceed 500 words and mutt bo written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be ...... The
Sun reserves the right to reject any Utter or to shorten. it. without chanslni the writer's meanipf er which also has its fish- Center at Duke University. service plan.A .
intent. ing fleet and seafood packers. i good example of the Linco In formula applied to this probil -

dUties. Regardless of what will be law abiding citizens, West of Berwick, U. S. 90 Part Two lem is the Javits bill on hospita and medical care for the aged

Open Letter you may say, these merchantsnever but he must be given the follows along Bayou Teche. The distinctive feature is that, following the Lincoln formula,
will desegregate volun- rights and privileges afforded Between the bayou and the By ARTHUR LARSONA it assigns not only the nmental position of the task,.

OIl Civil Rights tarily. others. Here in Gainesville we gulf lies the vast and myster. man or a party that knows what its principles are social security provision of 1 hospital and other institutional

I reject emphatically the could very well have had the ious labyrinth of the Atcha- could not possibly make such a fantastic blunder as the Bay of costs for the aged-but also the task of the private sector!
EDITOR Sun: I have writ- contention of some soulsav- same situation as in Jackson- falaya Basin Only the fisher- Pigs invasion, which simultaneously violated the United Na- through a consortium of priv
ten Florida's two U.S. sena- ers that a merchant has the ville. The difference was In the men and guides venture into tions Charter, a number of inter-American treaties, one of and aided by special tax, ant jtrust and other legislative 6&-

tors. After the expression of right to exclude people for level headed handlingof it. There are small islands America's oldest criminal statutes, one of the oldest and most justments. The bill effectively answers the principal argument

protest registered by citizens whatever grounds he wishes.A the situation. where a lone family will live universal principles of international and the deepest against previous bills-the ar ument[ that the provision of sots -
last week, I thought it mightbe supposedly cater fishermen all. There are American principles rejecting the use of armed aggression.Also cial security hospital benefits only an entering wedge, to be
good for the people to read person Mayor Burns has steadfastly tress, grasses, lilies and chan- followed rnmental takeover of medical
ing to the public has no rightto there was a long-standing international agreement, dat- by completely gove sur?
this also, since it will prob- impose restrictions on refused a trip to the nels known only to those born ing from the time of President Eisenhower, that Panamanianand gical and other insurance for re tired persons. _

ably end up in the good sen someone where there is no re conference tab I e. Make no and reared there. United States flags were to be flown side by side in the This piece of legislation, be cause it deals with one of thj
mistake in
ators' waste baskets and I we Gainesvilleare OUT OF THIS region the''.;
lief. comes Canal Zone. potentially most important is;sues; of 1964, is something .
will get a mimeographed form a long way from being one of the more frightening The moment that anyone on the U.S. payroll flouted that any Republican candidate could I I proudly hold forth. :
If my son fails to make the treated equally, but we are stories
of man's
letter in return. I submit it as effort to con- agreement and attempted to substitute his own foreign policy, BETTER QUALIFIED
letter to the two sen- Little League because his bat well on our way. Knowing trol nature. Beginning in the -
an open President Johnson should have pulled every such offender out Finally the Republicans ha've an intangible but enormeE.wrtunity .
ators others will ting average is too low or this the Negro continues to autumn and winter of I960'<< the
hoping of the Canal Zone overnight and administered appropriate dis- possible advantage in their opt: > to convince the Amerr.
fails to work with the whites and
get a grant-in-aid fish
write them. began to die. They daily
cipline. can people that they are bette:r qualified to be; entrusted wtrf \
scholarship to a big Southern steadily improves race rela floated
Dear Senator It is with because his scholastic dead by the thousandson This at least would have put the United States, as far as was the presidency as a matter oiment. f f sheer competence in govern:
college tions. We have faith and we the
sincerity that I ask waters of the bayousand in the and its deter .
prcund then possible, right demonstrated clearly -'
ability does not equal his athletic have hope.In the
you to reconsider' your announced that's well and The colder the mination to adhere to the principle that a nation must keepits This factor has been operativ e in Britain for along time an!
objection to the proposed prowess for he, the phases of desegregation weather the more they died. international commitments. The effect could well have helps to account for the fact flu it t the Conservative Party seeroj
good work and
civil rights bill now be- can already undergone, no Some of the larger ones, cat- been to avoid most of the extremely damaging consequences to be in office most of the tim\! in a country living-under pot
fore the U.S. Senate. This law study,hard and correct these white persons has been contaminated fish weighing 40 and 50 pounds, to relations with Latin America that have ensued. des that strike Americans as ai lything but conseiwa lTve. .

is sorely needed.: Lest you situations if he wants: in. and I personally now and then were seen to HONORING ITS PACTSA Americans are far too incline id to judge presidents:by soma
M-How a when:you.tell him know of Negroes who leap from the water, 4
YJr gaspingand
misunderstand a greaUseg-v many good beginning point of principle then, is an affirmation sort of box score on their su c3ss: in driving l legjtfgtive pro
'-that hertannot compete be- conduct themselves bet shaking their heads if
ment of your constittiericyT tow as that the United States will honor its international agreementsand grams through Congress. This tends to obscure the most di-:
for cause he is a Negro, you are ter, dress better and are more trying to break from a hook, '
will explain my reasons set an example, through its conduct, of respect for law in reel presidential responsibility which is to carry on Ifieinter-
wrong..Nothing he, I, nor you ,courteous. He feels the chal- and then fall back to float on
jfrff national relations and
asking your support ,qf international affairs. President Eisenhower stressed this execul live operations of ltie2nited:
can do.will alter the fact that lenge and accepts it. He is go- the surface, dead or dying. States.A .
pending legislation. theme in at least two State of the Union backed by
he is a Negro. There is no 'ing to show that he is in Some come to the surface and messages
For who have neverbeen you the hat be :
you such specific proposals as accepting the jurisdiction of the International reputaton as party can dependeduppjr;
subjected ,to the ,ills of recourse.I fact acceptable. For many swim crazily in circles before Court of Justice fully in questions of internationallaw carry on these crucial interna tional relations and wlde-rangt -;

racial segregation; b' hard heartily endorse local bus- years the whites have been they die. by repealing the Connally "self-judging" clause under ing governmental operations a home with the highest sfanoVude

-yes, even Impossible: for inessman Nat Poiin's policyof given a certain stereotyped A conservative estimate is which the United States can unilaterally defeat the court's ards of competence and recthi can be an important U tot
you to a c c u r ately grasp the requiring a certain mode of 'image of the Negro and vice that some five million fish jurisdiction at will. This theme has not been heard since the decisive element In the 1964 pre:sidential campaign.Washington "
true meaning and,humiliation.My attire for admission to his versa. have died this winter. Nor is
accession of Johnson.
wife a dr.traveled by business. This is as it should We know that this will not this all. The trappers are Another principle is that the U. S. must not leave potential

car on our last vacation. In be. Impose what you may, be erased overnight, but un- finding dead muskrats and aggressors in any uncertainty about our willingness to resist

almost every town and Cam but base it on something other less we are placed equally, other fur-bearing animals. aggression with force. This was the key to the foreign policyof MemoFrom I
turtles, geese, cranes and !
let we were confronted -with than race or religion. Make 'there can be no understanding.I John Foster Dulles. It is one of the great paradoxes of mod-
the ugly face of Jim Crow- it possible for a patron to conform loathe the hypocritical small birds, and ducks, too,
dead ern history that this principle should have drawn on the head Cowles Washington Bureau
float in the water
and -if or rot
he wishes.
ism. In one town I stopped so politician who distributes one of Dulles the loudest cries of scorn by his Democratic critics.
asked an attendant .aTUl-'" Don't underestimate the Ne- handbill in the Negro neigh- on land. Crabs, shrimp and HOPE WAS IIERE: Master i itographers of ceremonies at the press pho.

ing station to fill my tank. gro. He has been exploited, borhood and another in the oysters are dying. Fear grows THE CUBA LUNGEI dinner for the P resident last week, Bob Hops
My wife (who, was reserved, segregated, suppressed and white neighborhood, claims to that it is not safe to eat the heard Dulles expound this line of thought a number of again established himself as Washington's favorite politics>
clean, neat"and 'quiet) "forgotten'so long that he is no know what the Negro wants fish or shellfish that come times: That World War I was partly due to the Kaiser's con- commentator. Items: "There i was nothing political about the

started to a restroom from longer afraid of dogs jails, without ever facing him per. from the waters. viction that the United States would never become involved; tax bill. The President just vanted us all to have a little

which a white patron had just job losses nor death. No one sonally, and expresses a belief "The rivers are sick," say that World War II was similarly due in considerable measureto change in case we needed bus: fare to the polk." "I was in
emerged.The abhors violence and rioting in equality while segregating the fishermen, whose livelihood Hitler's confidence that the U. S. would never fight; and vited to stay at the White H(>use but couldn't. I forgot my'
her than I but what is gone or going. that the Korean war was due in part to the belief of the North change fa in
attendant called: to more must his own business. flashlight. "Things ist: Washington. I asked my
that "there ain't! no restroom we do to win that which we For once will you please Scientists say that pesticides Koreans that the United States had made a policy decision cab driver at the airport what ever became of Jimmy Hoffa.
there." My wife started to as- should already have? place human dignity above used in killing insects that South Korea was not within the orbit of areas for which it 'SpeakIng; he said."

sure him that her vision was Your leader, the Honorable petty politics and realize that that damage sugar cane, cot would fight.
ton, com and other are When the! administration changed, it was not long before S
of crops
not playing tricks on her butI Richard Russell Georgia do have constituents who
being washed into the rivers Khrushchev, apparently in some doubt about how firmly the AND LYNDON: Speaking b ricy i ; at the photographers die..
It. I of stated that "the
told her to forget publicly minority are strong! enough to speakup
the has to and into the bayous. The fish United States would react, made his lunge with missiles into ner, Mr. Johnson dredged up j in elderly witty that was pleas.,
course, refused to buy a right express ? Our sin of omission has antly received. "I think
gas. I then proceeded to check Its feelings. He referred to been our silence I hope others shrimps crabs, oysters. Cuba. my (economy program Is beginning
along our way. the "Southern bloc." But we will write letters ducks and other birds and One more example from the international field: President to have some effect, he said. "I overheard someone asking
you urging animals store the poison in Eisenhower followed the rule-and the Republican Party one of my young assistants '\Vhat do you think of the farm
_At least 95 per cent either can apply that equally to our early passage of the civil 'Well '
provided no accomodations or minority. rights bill their fat. In cold weather, should make this one of its central themes-when other meas- was the reply, 'if we owe it we should pay it': *

had very inferior separate fa The Negro wants to be and NEIL A. BUTLER when the fat is released for ures fail, do it through the United Nations.He 9 -
w metabolic sustenance, the constantly turned to the UN as the logical organizationto WHAT TEACHER SAYS: The official formal deseription'otisclosei :
w blood stream is poisoned and implement such creative proposals as the open skies pro- the antipoverty program d that Job Corps win

POTOMAC FEVER death follows. gram, atoms, for peace and the monitoring of propaganda teach, among other things, "t rriting-an ability to complete
What about human beings? broadcasts.. In spite of some appropriate pro-UN utterances, clearly : and legible, applica lions and other employment
Z By Fletcher Knebel Coulee Washington Bureau Scientists are worried. The it is difficult to see any such principle operative in the actual forms." -
7LBJ report: Stocks are up. Exports are up. Prosperity is rampant. And they drinking water for many com- handling of international affairs by the present administration. -
l laughed when he sat down at the light switch. munities is taken from the --

---. rivers. So, presumably, is the The "Lincoln formula" states that the proper role of GOvernment ., f l -. :
-Cabot Lodge soars In presidential polls. He lost once for senator and once poison contained in contami- is to do for people what needs to be done, but what they
for vice-president. The folks think it only fair that this year he should get tobeep nated oysters shrimp and cannot of themselves do at aH or do so wen. F9t i QM tt

the trophy."Khrushchev fish. How much of it Must be Implicit in this formula is the best working test on how fara .92td2JLtt4la

r stored to prove fatal to human government, in a private enterprise economy, should go in J
trades insults with the Red Chinese. Since it built the barrier in beings or to make them ill? such matters as social security, business regulation, housing, CLeI-c( tV;l' U .L.

East, Berlin, Nikita has become the wall flower of Communism. The problem grows. health and dozefls of other governmental services. tij



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J I It Gainesville Sun Thursday, April 9, 1964 .
,.vi... ....**""- scores of thousands of their: in Parade." }Evaluation and National Pro
COLORED NEWSB. youngsters to a future that holds The public is invited. jects Committees while Hale
nothing. and Miss Hemmingway servedon
Presenting "A Reaffirmatioof i PROGRAM SET the Reports Committee Miss
<&aitre5uill .Suu J. F. Childs, Colored News Editor Alpha Principles," the FAM1 U r The inspirational program of Bolden on the Nominating Committee -
I 4 ; president noted that "even Negroes -. the Friendship Choirs' Union and Tucker on the Au-
: CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS 'April 10, at 3 p.m. of superior education and l will be held on Monday Ap- diting Committee.
Mt. Carmel Baptist There The following persons will] ability find that they are sty- ril 13, at 8 p.m.
e will rehearse tomorrow at 8 appear in the wedding: T.B. mied. Most Americans with the DAVID SLNGLETONDavid
_ JOHN R. HAERISON. Presides rind p.m. Rev. A. A. Wright, pastor; McPherson, Joe Johnson Joe< leadership urge express it in I PLANS MEETINGThe (Baby) Singleton of the
Fiblbkert FAT COWLES. Vies President ,Mrs. Esther Hamm reporter.Mt. Welcome Wash Will i a m s
ED JOHNSON, Vie PruUeDeFlorida's private business and industry. Pallbearers' Lodge No. 54. Jerusalem Settlement died in
ud EzceaUv Edittti W. G. BID> Pleasant Methodist George Ware, James Stewart I Few Negroes have the opportunity pride of Gainesville will hold the Alachua General Hospital
Beautiful EBEKSOLE. Vie. President ud AdTcrtlsinc Choir two will have its rehear- Robert Jones R. C. Cambridge! to do so. As their educa, its meeting at the regular meet- Tuesday after a lingering ill
City +'t Directs BOB TABTAGUniversity sal today at 7:30 p.m. Richard and John Dukes. I tional levels and abilities rise. ing place today at 8 p.m. ness. He was a member of the
UONE. Tie PrecE ent sad Cirecla Parker organist Edel Turner For of fine entertainment !
; an evening they find that they can lead.1 Atlas A.M.E. Church of his
: U.a HUlcer. president. The Board of Ed- plan now to be pres-i only one way in protest move- WILL CONDUCT SERVICE community. Funeral arrange

THE SUN'S POLICY ucation and Church School ent. ments against the system which Elder Hugh Anderson, pastor ments will be announced later
Staff will meet tomorrow at 7:30 will not let them experience normal of the Church of God in Christ! the Duncan Brothers Mor
1. Report the news fully and: Impartially in the news' columns. p.m. The pastor is hoping all] WILLISTON NEWS growth and development." of Alachua and his congre- by
2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in--editorials members will do their best for: Mrs. Bessie Mae Wesley re- Dr. Gore cited Greek-letter gation will conduct a joint serv- ticians.

;_> 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. the rally Sunday. The captains porter. organizations as "unique to ice at the Mt. Nebo Methodist JAKE JOHNSON

; The Suns telephones: All Departments-372-8441 are asked to make their reportson NOTE OF THANKS American colleges and univer- Church Sunday April 12, at 3p.m. Final rites for Jake Johnson

.>. Want Ads-376-4672 Sunday morning. The contest We the family of the A. B. sities," adding that they have< of 1106 N. W. 6th Ave. were
-- will come off at 3 p.m., at Mt. Austin wish to express our represented a distinct contribution held at the Duncan Brothers
Pleasant. The sermon will be< thanks and gratitude to friends: to the cultural and social FLA. MEMORIAL STUDENTVP Chapel today at 3:00: P.M. with
delivered by Dr. T. A. Wright, for all of their kind and thoughtful l life of college men and women. OF ALPHA KAPPA MU Rev. W. M. Ferguson officiat-
: A Northern Lady 'Trespasses'To pastor of Mt. Carmel Baptist expi> sions of love during "The American college fra- ST. AUGUSTINE James ing. Johnson was a carpenterin
Church. The Annual Conference our great bereavement. Mrs. G.
is Florida
5 .L ternity an American institu- Hale a junior at Mem- this city for many years
I will open June 2. Rev. W. M. B. Austin, wife and family. tion," Dr. Gore stated, "ant orial College here has been of W.W. I. Dun
put it bluntly, it is, a, sort of or a new thought.It and a
Ferguson, pastor. the chapter in the form it ideally elected national vice president I Brothers Morticians were
madness to charge a presentable, Archer Church of God in DAYTONA BEACH- ,i exists on the college campus is of Alpha Kappa Mu honor society in charge.
well-behaved human being with may not stop with northern ChristSunday School 10 a.m.;: (FAMU) The Negro revolu- |a miniature of the larger Amer- at the 28th annual con I -
ladies. First Families of Virginia, morning worship 11:30 a.m.;; tion is real and its toll may be I ican community. Institutionally,,i vention held at Hampton University PERSONALSMiss
"trespassing" when he sits down in long accustomed to lead, may before Young People's Willing Work- terrific before all is calm again. the fraternity chapter is a de- March 26-28 it has been I Mary H. Smith and Miss

an eating house open to the publicto long join the movement. Perhaps in ers' Meeting, 6:30 p.m.; and Moreover Negroes hold the pendency of the college. Spiritu- announced by Mrs. R. W. Pur- ,Katie M. Ferguson both of Ft.Myers .
evening worship 8:30 p.m. El- balance of power if they use ally it does not seem to be; the year, faculty adviser to the I were sightseeing in the
order a meal. time some ,of the wives, or mothersor der Days pastor; Mrs. Ruth the ballot intelligently, because spirit it creates bears no de- Alpha Phi chapter of AKM at University, City yesterday.Mr. .

daughters of southern governorsand Jenkins, reporter. today there is need for greater finable relationship to the substance FMC. II and Mrs. Roberts James
When the person who is repulsedis senators may take their place in East Side Church of God in participation in politics. I of the conventional cur Besides Hale and !Mrs. Pur- and son. Jim all tf Thomas-

the gracious Mrs. Malcolm Peabody southern jails in witness to the Christ Healing services have The responsibilities of Ne- riculum. year the Florida Memorial I ville, Ga., arrived here yesterday
begun each day at 8 p.m. in view of the current '
groes "The good fraternity chapter College delegation included El- of Mrs. James'relatives
Endicott Pea- brotherhood of as guests
mother of Gov. man. Shady Grove Primitive Bap- revolution and all of the changesit follows the principles, traditions nora Boldin, Ruthenia Hem-i for two weeks.
body of Massachusetts the whole tist There will be a business portends were underscoredhere and ideals on which mingway, and James Tucker, Mrs. S. C. Price visited with
sick business must look pretty mad Once, long ago, Massachusetts was meeting on Saturday at 8 p.m. in a talk by Dr. GeorgeW. America was established by her all juniors at FMC. I her brother and sister-in-law,

even to white southern police, jail- in the grip of a malady as deeprooted Rev. P. E. Hinson chief evangelist Gore Jr., president of Florida founding fathers under God the Hale was named to the honor 'Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Reed and

ors and prosecutors.For and maniacal as today's racism.In ; Mrs. F. D. Shannon re A&M University Tallahassee good fraternity man and good society last November while other relatives and friends at
porter. in commemoration of sorority woman being cast in the remaining three were tap- Tallahassee on last Sunday.
1691-92 neighbor accused
neigh- First Baptist Choir One the Annual Founders' Day cele- the pattern of the good citizen.It ped at a ceremony held in the While there she attended serv-
some time now more and bor of witchcraft in Salem Village will have its rehearsal todayat bration of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity is an entity of freedom." FMC chapel !March 18. II ices at the St. Mary Primitive

more eminent white persons have and beyond and before the craze 8 p.m. on the BethuneCookmanCollege Expanding his reaffirmationof Theme of the Alpha KappaMu Baptist Church with Rev. Gooden -

been joining in the sit-ins vigils .had run its course, 20 had been put New Salem BaptistSunday campus. Greek-letter organizat ion convention, which was attended I' pastor.
and other forms of physical demon- to death, 55 tortured, and hundredshad : School 10 a.m.; morning worship Appearing on the Daytona principles the FAMU president by some 150 delegates Mrs. Price was accompanied -
Communion, 11:30 a.m.; Beach campus as guest of Dr. invited his audience to examine representing 41 colleges was on her visit by Mrs. E. M.
America'smost been accused and
white awaiting
stration against were and 7
evening worship p.m. John Rembert, president and some of the traditions and idealsof "Creative Dimensions for the Hart. Their visit was a pleasantone.
grevious shortcoming. First it torture and trial. The sermon will be by the pastor members of the undergraduate the ancient Greeks.He Scholar." A contest was con- .

was mostly students, then professors ; or his appointee. Rev. C. chapters of Alpha Phi Alpha cited, "first..their passionfor ducted for essays on this theme Mrs. Mildred Williams re-

began to join then clergymen, and The craze ended almost as suddenly J.Scott Johnson pastor; Mrs. P. L. Fraternity at BethuneCookman truth and knowledgetheeager and awards presented the win turned here yesterday from

now some of the great ladies of the as it began-though it had beena reporter. the FAMU president pointed drive for learning. The ners. Washington, D. C., where she
out that the "Negro problem second..their zest for living The convention also heard addresses was called because of the illnessof
solemn article of belief for
first families.In cen- ARCHER NEWSPROGRAM
today is largely an urban one." to rejoice in life, to find the by Dr. D L. Rosenham, !I her daughter Mrs. Susie
turies and was to continue to claim PLANNEDThe Dr. Gore said the is world beautiful and delightfulto
Negro the Educational Testing Serv-i Grant whose condition was reported
theory a damyankee is still a victims at the stake and gallows in Holy Angels, gospel sing- beginning to take over the cities live in. The third..their devotion ice, and Dr. J. R. Picott execu-I as somewhat improved.

damyankee even if she is a lady the Europe for several decades more. ers from musical Dunnellon, will appearin at.the and whites are fleeing to the to freedom and the prin- tive secretary of the Virginia i James Grant flew yesterdayto

mother of the governor of a sover- St. a Paul Baptist program Church on. Ap- 'suburbs. "If present population ciples of democracy-their con- State Teachers Association. East Orange N. J., on vac
trends are authoritatively projected cern for the common good the Participation by members of tion for two weeks.
state the wife of a bishop The madness ended forever in the ril 19 at 3
eign or p.m.
into the future within fif- welfare of the citizenship of the Florida Memorial dele- Mrs. Annie Mae Butler and I
but Mrs. Peabody got kid-glove dour Puritan colony when the wife The public is invited. Thereis teen years Negroes will be in their city-states." gation in committee work in- son James of Miami were

treatment, and perhaps even the of the royal governor of Massachusetts no admission price but a the majority in Detroit Cleve- Summing up the principlesthat cluded Mrs. Puryear's work flown here yesterday on a brief
free will will be
greater courtesy of a sudden pang was accused of witchcraft. ac land, Baltimore Chicago, St. gave meaning to Greek- with the Advisers'. Council and visit and outing with friends.
cepted. Rev. H. Foye, pastor
; Louis and possibly, Philadel- letter groups, Dr. Gore cited
Mrs. Ida L. Michael reporter. phia," he stated. excellence as "the last-and the.

I "These changes are causing one which gives meaning to Washinglt on Memo
housing problems of great magnitude them all.:'
Voice of the NOTICE
PeopleOn "Excellence was the utmost
Both old and new mem',ers of the speaker from Talla From the Cowles Washington Bureau
perfection possible, he assert
Juvenile Choral Group are ask- hassee declared. "The Negrc I WHAT TEACHER SAYS: The! official formal description of
I ed to meet Friday at 5:30( has too long been confined to I ed, "the very best and highest the anti-poverty program di:scloses that Job Corps will

: ==== The Sun's Opinion PageOpinions == p.m. at the home of Mrs. Gus- ghettoes. Now he wants out and!I when a man perceived could attain always to, which has a,, teach among other things, "v riting-an ability to complete,
sie Ross of 704 S.W. 5th Terrace must get more room because oi clearly and legible applica:lions and other employment
the sheer weight of numbers. compelling authority. A man '
and comments of Sun readers art welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters for rehearsal. Miss Ten- must strive to attain it." forms.
must be signed and bear the writers address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should nie M. Fox, president; Mrs. P., "On the labof market the n, 4
not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The L. Scott reporter and direc- Negro faces many problems
Sun intent.reserves the right to reject any letter or shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or tress; Mrs. M. Simmons assist- Low educational standards ol f; ANNIVERSARY BEGINS "IC1, I :

ant directress. the masses plague him. For the; Choir No. 3 a n n iversary be
P- n Letter cilities. Regardless of what will be law abiding citizens, past ten years unskilled jobs; gins today and lasts to Sunday: fjyU ( 't'k( QIGJ. R. 'ht t
you may say these merchantsnever but he must be given the NOTICE have been evaporating as automation at the Johnson Chapel Baptist t :

C Ivil Rights will desegregate volun- rights and privileges afforded The Uniform Company LodgeNo. has condemned scores; Church. daA I' cJ l r
tarily.I others. Here in Gainesville we at 8 there wind { w w
113 is sponsoring a fish and of thousands of middle-aged Negroes Today p.m.,
EDITOR Sun: I have writ- reject emphatically the could very well have had the barbecue chicken party Satur- to early retirement an I be a program, entitled "Choirs
ten Florida's two U.S. sena- contention of some soulsav- same situation as in Jackson- day at 8 p.m. at the home of '
After the expression of ers that a merchant has the ville. The difference was in the Mrs. Ida B. Jones, at Chief-
tors. ;
protest registered by citizens right whatever to exclude grounds people he wishes.A for. level the-situation.headed handlingof land. Liberal Republicanism? Competence 'I
last week I thought it mightbe All members and friends are
good for the people to read person supposedly cater- Mayor Burns has stead- invited. Charlie Ross captain, -
this also since it will prob- ing to the public has no rightto fastly refused a trip to the Mrs. P. L. Scott, reporter. czxbylu v Gloria twenty four j thurs edit page Competence 2-12 United States would react made his lunge with missiles into
ably end up in the good sen- impose restrictions on conference tab I e. Make no (Reprinted from th ators' waste baskets and I someone where there is no re mistake, we in Gainesvilleare BUSINESS MEETING SET The following is from an II article in the Saturday Review. One more example from the international field: President
will get a mimeographed form lie!. a long way from being The Undenominational Choirs; The author has been an und TSecretary of labor director of Eisenhower followed the rule-and the Republican Party
letter in return. I submit it as If my son fails to make the treated equally but we are Union will hold its business: the U. S. Information Agency and special assistant to Presi- should make this one of its central themes-when other meas-
an open letter to the two senators Little League because his bat- well on our way. Knowing meeting Wednesday at 8 p.m., dent Eisenhower. Author of th e book, "A Republican Looks at ures fail do it through the United Nations.He .
hoping others will ting aver age is too low or this the Negro continues to April 15, at the Wesley Chapel His Party," he presently is director of the World Rule of Law constantly turned to the UN as the logical organizationto
write them. fails to get a grant-in-aid work with the whites and Methodist Episcopal Church. Center at Duke University. implement such creative proposals as the open skies program

Dear Senator: It is with scholarship to a big Southern steadily improves race rela- at Arredonda. atoms for peace and the monitoring of propaganda
sincerity that I ask college because his scholastic tions. We have faith and we All presidents, officers and Par tTwo broadcasts. In spite of some appropriate pro-UN utterances
pround to reconsider your an- ability does not equal his ath- have hope.In members are asked to be pres- it is difficult to see any such principle operative in the actual
you nounced objection to the proposed letic prowess, that's well and the phases of desegregation ent. Elmore Dexter president;; ByARTHA [LJR LARSON handling of international affairs by the present administration. -,
good for he can work and Mrs. P. L. Scott, reporter. that knows what its .
civil rights bill now be- already undergone no man or a party principles area
fore the U.s. Senate. This law study hard and correct these white persons has been con- could not possibly make such fantastic blunder as the Bay of The "Lincoln formula" states that the proper 'rek of govern
is sorely needed. Lest you situations if he wants in. taminated and I personally CORRECTIONThe Pigs invasion which simultai eously violated the United Na- ment is to do for people what needs to be done but what they
misunderstand a great .segment However when you tell him know of many Negroes who Rev. P. E. Hinson is chief tions Charter, a number of :inter-American treaties, one of cannot of themselves do at all or do so well
of your constituency, I that he cannot compete be- now conduct themselves better evangelist at the Shady Grove America's oldest criminal stat utes one of the oldest and most Implicit in this formula is the best working test on how. fara
will explain my reasons for cause he is a Negro you are dress better and are more Primitive Baptist Church in- universal principles of intern tional law and the deepestthe government in a private enterprise economy, should go in
asking your support of the wrong. Nothing he, I, nor you courteous. He feels the chat stead of pastor as was pre- American principles rejectingAlso use of armed aggression. such matters as social security business regulation betting,
pending legislation.For can do will alter the fact that lenge and accepts it He is going viously announced. there was a longstanding ng international agreement, dat- health and dozen; of other governmental services.
you who have never he is a Negro. There is no to show you that he is in from the time of Preside!It Eisenhower that Panamanianto FEDERAL AID
been subjected to the ills of recourse.I fact acceptable. For many SLATES MEETINGThe and United States flags were be flown side by side in then No such guiding principle was visible, for example duringthe
racial segregation it is hard heartily endorse local bus- years the whites have been Choirs' Festival meetingwill Canal Zone. Truman administration. Thus, in his enthusiasm for fed-
-yes, even impossible for inessman Nat Pozin's policyof given a certain stereotyped be held at the Emanuel The moment that anyone 0 the U.S. payroll flouted that eral aid to middle-income housing-Truman ultimately was
you to a c c u r ately grasp the requiring a certain mode of image of the Negro and vice Baptist Church on Sunday at 3 agreement and attempted to i ubstitute his own foreign policy pushing a program even for federal aid to mkk&e-fneeme
true meaning and humiliation.My attire for admission to his versa. p.m. President Johnson should hav: pulled every such offender outand housing at a level where private financing could do the
wife and I traveled by business. This is as it shouldbe. We know that this will not of the Canal Zone overnight administered appropriate dis- job just as well or better. Similarly was the Truman health

car- on our last vacation. In Impose what you may be erased overnight, but unless HAWTHORNE NEWS cipline. service plan.A .
almost every, town and ham- but base it on something oth- we are placed equally SHELL ELEMENTARY NEWS This at least would have put the United States, as far as was good example of the Lincoln formula applied to tins problem
let we were confronted with er than race or religion. Makeit there can be no understanding.I The pre-school Parents Council then possible in the right and l demonstrated clearly its deter- is the Javits bill on hospital and medical care for the aged.
the' ugly face of Jim Crow- possible for a patron to con- loathe the hypocritical of Shell Elementary Schoolis mination to adhere to the pri iciple[ that a nation must keep The distinctive feature is that following the Lincoln formula,
Ism. In one town I stopped and form if he so wishes. politician who distributes one sponsoring a bus trip to Lake its international commitment s. The effect could well have it assigns not only the governmental position of the task-
asked an attendant at a filling Don't underestimate the Ne- handbill in the Negro neigh- Wales Sunday, April 12, to wit- been to avoid most of the e zt remely damaging consequences social security provision of hospital and other institutionalcosts
;: station to fill my tank. gro. He has been exploited borhood and another in the ness a religious drama, entitled to relations with Latin America I that have ensued. for the aged-but also the task of the private sector
My- wife (who was reserved segregated suppressed and white neighborhood, claims to "The Passion Play." through a consortium of private insurers authorized by law
clean, neat and quiet) forgotten so long that he is no know what the Negro wants This drama was written by HONORING ITS PACTSA and aided by special tax, antitrust and other legislative ad-
started to a restroom from longer afraid of dogs jails without ever facing him per- Josef Meir, who plays the Crucified good beginning point of p:inciple, then is an affirmation justments. The bill effectively answers the principal argument
which a white patron had just job losses nor death. No one sonally, and expresses a be- Christ. that the United States will hoi its international agreementss against previous bills-the argument that the provision of social -
emerged. abhors violence and rioting lief in equality while segregating All interested persons are and set an example through : conduct, of respect for law in security hospital benefits is only an entering wedge, te be
asked to meet at the Shell Ele- international affairs. Preside]nt[ Eisenhower stressed this followed takeover of medical
the attendant called to hertrutt more than I, but what must his own business. by completely governmental surgical -
"there ain't no restioomthere. we do to win that which we For once will you please mentary School at 1 p.m. You theme in at least two State of the Union messages backed by and other insurance for retired persons.
." My wife started to astute should already have? place human dignity above may contact the following per- such specific proposals as pting the jurisdiction of the In- This piece of legislation because it deals with one of the
him that her vision was Your leader the Honorable petty politics and realize that sons for play tickets and also ternational Court of Justice fu:Uy in questions international. potentially most important issues of 1961 is something that
notplaying tricks on her butI Richard Russell of Georgia, you do have constituents who information on bus rates: Mrs. law, by repealing the Conna]!ly "self-judging" clause under any Republican candidate could proudly hold forth.
I of stated that Pearlie Sanders, Mrs. Ernes- which the United States can unilaterally defeat the court's
fold her to forget it. publicly "the minority are strong enough to speakup BETTER QUALIFIED
course refused to buy the has a right to expressits ? Our sin of omission has tine Jenkins, Mrs. Oria S. Dun- jurisdiction at will. This them< has not been heard since thee Finally the Republicans have an intangible but enwroeas
then to check feelings." He referred been Lap, Miss Bettye Gibbs, Mrs. accession of Johnson. in their
gas. I proceeded to our silence. I hope others possible advantage opportunity to convince the American
along our way. the "Southern bloc." But we will write you letters urging Rosa Spence and Mrs. MinnieB. Another principle is that th : U. S. must not leave potential people that they are better qualified to be entrusted with
At least 95 per cent either can apply that equally to our early passage of the civil Gooding. aggressors in any uncertainty about our willingness to resists the presidency as a matter of sheer competence in government -
provided no accomodations or minority__ rights bill. aggression with force. This w; the key to the foreign policyof
had very inferior separate fa- The Negro wants to be and NEIL A. BUTLER CONVALESCING of John Foster Dulles. It is one the great paradoxes of mod- This factor has been operative in Britain for a long time aod
r Mrs. Ruby Washington, of era history that this principle :should have drawn on the head helps to account for the fact that the Conservative Party seems
K Tallahassee a former teacherin of Dulles the loudest cries of :corn s; by his Democratic critics.
to be in office most of the time in a country living under poll-
__ : POTOMAC FEVER the Lincoln High School THE CUBA LUNGE des that strike Americans as anything but conservative.
: Gainesville, who has been ill I heard Dulles expound this I line of thought a number of Americans are far too inclined to judge presidents by HIDe
-- By Fletcher Knebel Cowles Washington Bureau for sometime, was reported as times: That World War I was partly due to the Kaiser's con- sort of box score on their success in driving legislative
-iLBJ report: Stocks are up. Exports are Prosperity is rampant. And much ore-
up. they improved.
viction that the- United Statesthat would never become involved; grams through Congress. This tends to obscure the TBfrrt direct
laughed when he sat down at the light switch. World War n was similarto Iy due in considerable measureU. presidential responsibility which is to carry on fee Jbger-

.a.. WEDDING SET FOR FRIDAYThe Hitler's confidence that the S. would never fight; and national relations and executive operations of the United
-' Cabot Lodge soars in presidential polls. He lost once for senator and once Parent-Teacher Association that the Korean war was due h 1 part to the belief of the North States.
for vice-president. The folks think it only fair that this year he should get tokeep of A. Q. Jones Elementary Koreans that the United Sta Le S' had made a policy decision A reputaton as the party that can be depended upon to -
the trophy.Ihrushchev School will present one of its that South Korea was not withi n the orbit of areas for which it carry on these crucial international relations and wide-war
fund-raising features a "Wom- would fight ing governmental home
operations at
with the
trades insults with the Red Chinese. Since it built the barrier in anless Wedding" in the bigtaLitafti-
auditorium When the administration changed, it was not long before ards of competence and rectitude can be an important if net
East Berlin, Nikita has become., the ta wall flower of Communism. of the school on Friday Khrushchev apparently in SOt le doubt about how firmly the, decisive element in the 1964 presidential campaign.

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.:/*. ,. Thursday, April 9, 1964 Gainesville Sun 5ChCUfltVerSfty "
;t 'course programming :under and shows the 1,
poor pressure
r More\ About > :: : 'i-: ; ; bYj1
Trimester Plan -i"-c instructors.." 1:student his human flexability."
From Page 1 Byerly said in one trimester I Irene Curry of Winter Par
he was assigned 18 chapters of,believes that the people who art .... .
Students to only do minimum "The faculty considers that They.aren't.likely to get an note that the longer daily class heavy reading ,within several j really in a bad state of,mine ... ..
work for a grade. If a student students are not able to keepup argument from the faculty on periods do not compensate for days near the end of the term are those who try to go to school
,4 wants .to do independent re- and those who do manage to that criticism of the trimester. the loss of a greater number of because a certain amount of year round.
search he can't find the time. fulfill assignments, do so at the AAUP President Cecil Smith periods, and contend that extra material had to be covered during "One of my sorority sister!
"In, short," Kantabutra said, sacrifice of depth in the educa- said the faculty feels that stu- minutes per day add little or the trimester. went all summer," Miss Currj Inn I
"education tends to be superfi tional process." students suffer under the trimester nothing while less class periodsdo "I feel as if I had less time said ."She wasn't too bad dur
cial.- Hank Hand of Mayo, also feels plan from the fact that involve a clear instructional and more pressure," he added. ing the first trimester but aft
Mike Griffin, of Palm Beach, that lack of time is a problemthat they move right from one trimester loss" the report said. Dean Hale, in analyzing the er her fifth stright trimester shi U. S. ROUTE
believes, the trimester cheats leads to less student com- into another without trimester's first year at the UF was a nervous wreck." V 441 ..
Anderson, of Gaines-
prehension and more cram- adequate time for professors to Clarice Dean of Women Mama V
the students of their right to an said there was an increase in SOUTH
education. ming. reorganize course material, to;ville, echoes the faculty's con.demand for counseling services Brady is also concerned abou i \ -
"There'is no extra time to devote Over 50 percent of the students -develop reading lists or for the,I cern. especially with referenceto the affect of accumulative fatigue
-to.those activities which polled said they crammedmore library to reorganize reserve: "The major disadvantageshave dropping courses or withdrawing on the students.
will enlighten and mature the under the trimester."There's holdings for courses. I feel been felt by professors I from school. The number of women's dis
student he said.A too much crammingof "Students are also deprivedof in reorganizing lec-! In addition the UF psycho ciplinary cases under the trimester DISCOUNTPACKAGE
time needed to write their materials and has increased, especially
recent survey conducted by material by both studentsand schedulingtests logical and psychiatric staff according
the UF'chapter of the American teachers with the result of[papers and reports that develop, ," Miss Anderson said. to Hal e's report, be- those of a serious nature, be
Association 1)f. University Professors less material being learned and their mastery of subject matter lieves that the problems seen at cause the increased pressur
A Weirdale student, Jacque- brings them to the fore DeB]a
Smith said. !
(AAUP) indicates that retained, said Donald Jonesof .line Stevens, feels that course I the Mental Health Clinic are, in Brady said.
members also feel Maitland. The AAUP indicatesthat of serious
many faculty report material has not been con- general a more na- "The students need
just refreshing
the leadsto About half of the students in members believe ture.
pace of the trimester many faculty "
;densed to fit the trimester mold, in between terms, sh
superficial learning. the poll agreed that the qualifi'and the bob-tailed school term "The trimester succeeds in
Dr..Austin Creel,, past chairman presentation of their course'under the trimester is an "edu-'but merely left out. doing only one thing,' said II.added.and "They and just" can't go 01
.of the committee conduct- material was worse under the'cational thief." I' "My main objection," said Charlie Plumb of" Glen Rock, on on.
ing The AAUP survey, said, trimester. "Many (faculty members)Wayne Byerly of Orlando, "is N.J. "It teaches you to work I (Next-Student Activities)


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; a- Krm -ork -. tial elector slates. The states]a' clear test of opinion in that bassador) Henry Cabot Lodge.
: uunt1 1028 N. Main St. Gainesville Center
I : Shopping
-I ?'ATLANTA'Opponents of the I affected are'his own, Mississippi -midwestern state'on the civil in.. New Hampshire =
) "..*: and, possibly, Louisiana. But such opinions appearedto qF
civil: rights bill drew new rights issue. They cited the
be in the minority, especiallyin McCoIlum 1124 W. University Gresham 12 W. University
from showI l ,
strength today the -I Some partisans of Sen. Bar,fact that Republicans had crossed south. i ;
I l Jng of Alabama Gov. George: Goldwater, R-Ariz., the deep I
ry to vote in the Demo-
I -. C. Wallace in 'Wisconsin's pres-: that the Wallace votes had sub I'cratic over primary, the softer approach Gov. Paul B. Johnson considered of Mis-i 13th J Pharmacy:>> 152213th St. McCollum 1324 E. UniversityGainesville _
f 1 Jdential preferential r primary stantiated their contention thata to the racial issue taken -sissippi
likely to lead his state back in-
Tuesday. J conservative tide was running|, by Wallace and the indication '
t, .. : The reaction in the south, and that the Arizonan's bid for 1 of a protest vote againsthis 'to the Democratic column in\ Center ONLY LIGGETT
Shopping -
the November election nl1JT11
stronghold of these forces indicated the Republican presidential: Gov. John W. Rey- presidential ..,
: opponent : I sent off a telegram to: FRIDAY SPECIAL! : \ \"'rp'V 7 -
that his sizeable vote nomination thus had been en-;nolds, a favorite son candidate. ICE
--- -*" would be used'.as-a.propaganda hanced. :, I Wallace that raised doubt about '
I Patterson, editor ot'his position. FRIED %
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windfall nationally despite conflicting -
interpretations of the.from The contending sharpest forces in came the I the Atlanta Constitution, said I'I'I Mississippi is thrilled with FILLET of V .I CREAM',:: -- -
J : outcome. racial struggle. Segregationistshailed I he would stand on an earlier your magnificent showing in' -
comment that,, "A food faddist the Wisconsin primary," the FISHALL -
Asounding of sentiment Wisconsin as victory,
could have entered the Wisconsin telegram read. "You deservethe
among political observers, pub A demonstration of their con CHOICE OF FLAVORS
and picked a appreciation of the nation EAT
primary up YOU CAN !
\ lie officials civil rights leaders tention that the North, as wellas
if he had extolled for dramatic
good sized vote your presentationof
and editors found the South, was opposed to
newspaper 'the edibility of gourds." the real issue in the 1964 2-
1 -evidence that the Alabama racial r
some change. r
Governor's feat already had White moderates and liberals Atlanta's Mayor Ivan Allen, campaigns 79C r GAL 59c

: brought some definite changes expressed the feeling that a Democrat and a supporter of:s CHIMNEY
: in the South. they had been deserted and .the civil rights bill now being I II 1
In politics, Wallace appeared that their positions had been I debated in the Senate, ,assert-! CORNERSby
**" to have breathed at 1 e a s t undercut, at least for a time. i ed; "There is no more basic I BISsettWALKER : '
temporary new I life into the moribund Negroes voiced bitterness. significance to the vote in Wis-I I II 49c NATIONALLY =
I 13 NW ltd Ave. Phone FR 2-4420 19c59c .
drive by Neo-Dixiecrat Some southerners said the consul on this matter than]1 "Furniture Thafs A Joy ADVERTISED CREAM DEODORANT I n
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.. factions for unpledged presiden- Wisconsin race did not provide I there was to the vote for (am-i To --


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:: Chance Left for Ranger '. .-"","" .'.- t'0'.-.. "",' t".
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Rocket to Land on Moon .; ..

11 By RALPH DIGHTON mittedly sympathetic with .
AP Science''Writer JPL's problems, believes the demoralization -
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has :
I i .Propulsion Laboratory has only 7s chances for success. EQUIPMENT : : OUTDOOR ; -, -

; -one more chance to land a cam- "Over-anxiety can lead t J '. :. :. - --- '
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I -:era-toting Ranger rocket on the mistakes," he said. : --
\ -moon before its contract with 1 I I -
Concern over the fate of JP
\ I the U.s. space agency expires
i :industry sources say. became critical Friday after c: I| r'I
letter Webb wrote to the chairmen -
-- These sources; with close con- of the I I r _. I
:tacts J inside- the' $65-million Senate House y i w A SENSATIONALLY PRICED! .r --
-4,000-man where lunar Space Committees had been : I
:and interplanetary complex probes are I I made public. It blamed the fail- PC. ALUMINUM PATIO SET T I -
built, say launch-pad commit- ure of Ranger 6, which crashedon = QUM.ITY ) I
-ments for other projects mean the moon- Feb. 2 without
r =only_one. more Ranger can be televising close up pictures I i +- I -_
a d rte10M87 -
=fireatht1year.That Jaunching back to earth, on faults in design I
_now IT scheduled-for-June. The and testing.
:contract! .expires in December. ..-.--- = I

If Ranger 7 fails-as have all HELPYOUR T I '.
=pr1or.R .ageis-:T-these sources I
\ ; King Size 6 web by 15 web chalio of {' --- _
rsav-.".......- one _
--: I I II Inch polished aluminum tubing. Adjusts 1 __ I -
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1. Management of the govern-i I '3 to comfortable positions has double I -
:: = tubular arms, folds compactly for stor
ment-owned laboratory be SUNCARRIER ;
I =s= age. 2 matching chairs are also con I y
taken. out.of the hands of the I strutted of 1*aluminum tubing with long -- -?
California: 'Institute of Technolo-I I _' lasting plastic webbing. Available In: I
:;::gyj which? receives over $\ million i Green and White, Pumpkin and W- -.-.. I
I ; Turq. and White, Mallow| and White, '--- r
for JPL or ----- =
annually operating
.Every Sun carrier r r ... all White I -
-for: the National Aeronautics salesman is "in busi '
:and Space Administration. ness for himself." He -- : I
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buys his at I
2. Director William H. Pickering papers 1. -
: may be removed from the wholesale, and sells I '- -
post he has held 10 years. them at retail. The r II -
3. A hard-headed businessmanmay difference, is his profit. r PRICES SMASHED ON SPRING PATIO FURNITURE! II Hr

be installed to supervisethe
His full weekly profit I
lab's $250-million annual
budget, now largely controlledby depends upon of the I
scientists. prompt payment every t
customer he serves. Next I
Tension resulting from the time your Sun carrier I
sink-or-swim aspects of the approaching -' calls. .pay him promptIv. I
Ranger 7 shot, plus He'll appreciate it.
hurt and anger over NASA Ad.I r I
ministrator James E. Webb's Obaint5UiU2 I
published criticism of JPL, virtually -
have demoralized key I
personnel at the laboratory, the iUtt } rI
sources say. II I
One authoritative source, ad- _
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i[ GAINESVILLE-Acrcs of Free Parking Q d The only true measure I That give you instant
GAINESVILLE l of value guaranteed cash savings guaranteed
US 441 North at 23rd Blvd.-Phone 376-8292 ALWAYS. EVERY DAY.l

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have outgrown our 'present quarters, and will move to a new building under construction Qn

S.W. 13th St. We can't afford to transfer our present $8,0,000 inventory of fine FURNITURE CAR-

PETS & BEDDING and must sell everything at any price to get rid of it :quickly., COSTS & PROFITS

have been forgotten., Our only aim now is to sell EVERYTHING WITHIN 30 DAYS. You will find

prices to ridiculously low. Some items are REDUCED AS MUCH AS 75% MANY AS MUCH AS

50,%.. If you need furniture, come: to LOWRY'S NOW You will save more than you believed possi-

ble. You don't even need cash to take advantage of these bargains., Pay only a small down paymentand

take up to 3 years on the balance.. Everything is subject to prior sale so come in NOW and SAVE.,



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Our business has grown so much during the past 10 years that neither our space or parking' facilities are adequate for our needs.

We expect business to continue to grow in our new and bigger store. We have bought all I new merchandise and expect to be open in

\ : our new location in the 2300 block of S. W. 13th St. about June 1st. We will sell everything before we move including all the nationally -

I : advertised brands that we have always featured. We have space in this ad tolist I only a few of the, many, many." .,bargains,

: awaiting you now at LOWRY'S but rememberEVERYTHING IS MARKED DOWN and must be fold.f ,', } "
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6.95, 139.95 119.95' 59.95 5.95
Values to 29.95. These are one of a kind!,
Values to 39.95. These are one of a kind &' floor samples&some shop worn. Come&look
floor samples. End step & cocktail tables all them over.
offered at up to 800'ff' 269.95. A lovely.sofa at Includes double dresser, mirror full
.. low bed Made by Kroehler for extra dur DANISH STYLE
a low. price.All foam rubber size and roomy chest. Early
Regular I 119.95 ability. Roomy bedding box. Choice
cushions & molded foam back American styling.
BAHAMA LOUNGE SAVE 130.00. of colorsSAVE /2 now. SOFA BED

Regularly 139.95. Full foam mattresses makes
Full foam seat Cr 2 foam bolsters. Attractive GROUP LOUNGE CHAIRS Innerspring Mattress comfortable bed for two. Walnut arms. SAVE
arms & supporting back. Durable fabric.Regular 50% now.

129.95 5-PC. 29 95 Regular 89.95RECLINING
79 95

.:. I Quilted mattress in lovely damask 3995
Consists of big 42" round extension ticking. Choice of full or twin size.
4 994,95 Values
to 59.95. Choice of styles
table SAVE 20.00 Box
with extra leaf and 4 now. tpring same
mates chairs. Nutmeg finish and fine chairs fabrics. Save 50% & more on price. Other mattresses also I reCombination plcstic and fabric has quality
Mismatched table with plastic'top fro chairsbut now. duced. features you expect in chairs selling for
the chairs alone are worth far more than 100.00. ONE: ONLY at this price but oil recliners -
the price we are asking for the whole set. are marked down.


I 99.95, '; 20'9.95 109.95 149.95 39.95

ONE ONLY marked down 60.00. Genuine
Removeable foam seat and back cushions :
274.80. Consists of 9- walnut with plastic top. Priced less than an
zippered for ,cleaning.Attractive walnut: Regularly) 449.95. 1 arm section Regularly !
easy unfinished chest of this
finished, arms&bock.FLOOR, curved center section&bumper end Full foam cushions. You will be drawer triple dresser, mlr.ror. full size.
section. All foam' zippered cushamazed at this sofa for so little size bed roomy chest and: nite table FLOOR SAMPLES
ions & covered ,in a durable beigefabric. money. Colorful print fabric. Quality construction at a*savingsof
SAMPLES ONE ONLY. over $120.

AS MUCH AS .781'size- (damaged)
$249". Drexel 99.95', 50 i% ff 69" Bookcase 19.95
China1099S ', 50% UP TO 0. 289.95 H'boards 4'6"

$ LoungeChair 4995 Odd dining room,bedroom &tables 295 Drapery
1 00
All carpet marked down.Some short in Ethan Allen. Sterling House & 8 Big pieces. Consists: of table, y4.
rolls reduced from Vs to2 deother fine pieces. They must be china 5 side chairs & one arm Fabrics . .
$9'995 Foam Mattress 4995 pending;on size. Bring your meassold.. Some half price and all ter- chair. Beautifully styled i in genuine 54" K hi
urements. rific bargains. cherry. Fruitwood finish. roe or 19 95
& B. Spring Chair . .
3995 Dinette 9.95 49'5 Pole

Table : Lamp . 14.95
ij $16" ., r '420'W:,UNIV.I AYE \ PHONE-:FR 2-4248
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.a '-'- -,.' : : ..; WE MEAN
& FRIDAY ,. _
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L NIGHTS TILL NINE t H -rte .'; lI-:: .)' Space[ does not permit listing all safe' items.
6J 6.i.iJ./ / / ; Come in and look around. Everything must
for your shopping convenience ,.', .., k -" be sold.

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Thursday, April 9, 1964 Gainesville Sun 9

Of EventsTODAY Tea Given Newcomers' Boards I UJ 0 In.fn: Brides' Book I

,. April 9, Professional Women's Club, 6 .
University of Florida l I p.m., Boulware Springs Park, FRIDAY, April 10 and Miss Elise Jones, Gaines

Dames PHT Banquet, Kincaid Road.. ville Golf and Country Club.
6:45 pjn., Student Service Gainesville Youth Club, complimentingMiss
finD Anne Purvis, brideelectof
Center. Monthly Council Meeting, 7:3( THE Billie Nimnicht SATURDAY, April 11
Nugent Jr.
University Women's Club, Recreation ,
Neighbor Nite, 8 p.m., Clubhouse pjn.B'nai B'rith Women's Chapter kA b [ A '? '3 3s of J a c k sonville, 12:30 p.m. Coffee feting Miss Glenda

West Newberry Road. 8 p.m., Hillel House. e ; k Mrs. Finley Cannon and Mrs. Moon, fiance of Barton
Newton Ebaugh GainesvilleGolf
Agriculture Dames, Cover House Staff Wives Club 8:30 zf Thrasher, 10 to 11:30 ajn.,
ed-Dish Supper1' and White pm., Mrs. Harry Trystowsky, r : e' f and Country Club. Mrs. R. Holt Howard, Mrs.
Elephant Sale, 8 University FAII1I.LY' Y YRuth
p.m. 752 NW 22nd Street, Dr. Robert Shower complimenting Miss Vera J e n k i ns, Mrs. J. 'F.
Women's Clubhouse
Williams guest speaker. Glenda Moon bride elect of Wyche, and Mrs. W. L. Lowryat
West Newberry Read. Barton Thrasher, 8 p.m., Mrs. the Howard residence 1126
District Meeting for Rebekah -FRIDAY, April 10, ,
WeimerWomen'sEditor R. Hill English, Mrs.. C. A. .NW 16th Avenue.
Lodges of St. Augustine, Gainesville Bridge Club, 9 '
Palatka, H a wthorne and ajn., Holiday Inn. ., ',,:_..., Gainesville, Covered Dish Gainesville Woman's Club at' the 'E ig1ish 1 home, 1014

Supper, 6:33 p.m., Odd Fellows Bridge Party, 1:30 p.m., Clubhouse t'1 : NW 13th Street. Shower complimenting Miss
Glenda Moon, fiancee of
Hall, 740 SW 2nd Ave BridalCouple Barton
nue.: Luncheon honoring Miss ,Thrasher, 3 p.m., Mrs. Tommy
,SATURDAY, April 11, Courtney West bride-elect of Ridgell and her daughter Miss
Waldo Junior High School, Barbecue for the College of Nath Culpepper Doughtie 1 Carolyn Ridgell, 1715 NW 16t:.
PTA. 7:30 p.m., cafeteria. Architecture and Fine Arts p.m., 'Mrs. J. Lance Lazonby! Avenue.
University Women's Club : .5 p.m., home of' Mr. and
Daytime Bridge Group, 9:30 : Mrs. Harry Merritt, Payne's .. c.
a.m., Clubhouse, Newberry Prairie. : ....'. '' ... ... ..." ... ...
Road. House Staff Wives Club,cock:': l : .i-; "'1" -;;. __ .._' iJ.. ......'. ),.', "'.\\f

Annual Dixieland Barbecue I tail party and buffet supper, Pictured during the installation tea of the UF Newcomers' Boards were left HonoredSenator .

sponsored by the Business and 7:30 pjn........, Holiday__Inn. to right, Mrs Maurice Boyd, adviser,, and Mrs. Donald Price and Mrs. Donald .,.
Crews, co-chairmen for the party. ---QualiCraft
and Mrs. J. Emory
"Spring B o u quet" was the ident of the University Women's Freund,,. bridge chairman; Mrs.C. Cross .entertained with a.'reception -,
theme for a University Newcomers Club and Mrs.. John Baxter M. Fairbanks,: bridge).cochairman at their' home Sundayto -'. m m r :,DrriJ
LEARN..EARNSecretarial Tea Tuesday afternoonat president elect. A large yellow
Mrs. A. R. Bednarek
; compliment Miss Lucinne
the University Women's Clubhouse and white cake inscribed "Best
West Newberry Road. Wishes to Newcomers" centeredthe beginners' bridge chairman; Pirenian nidherfiance, Robert *-: :

Courses This annual installation tea, serving table, covered with Mrs. Donald Dew, Eight 0'- William Decker. More than! protect
which honored officers for the Yellow and white snapdragons, Clock chairman; Mrs H. H. 120 guests called during' the .

: : Shorthand 1964-65 club year, was precededby gladioli and roses were used in Head, Eight O'clock cochairman. afternoon. grOWIng .':,
Speedwriting a joint business meeting of the floral arrangements.Co k ..
the retiring and newlyelected In the receiving line'with the
CLASSES executive boards.Installation I chairmen Mrs. Don aid Members of the retiring board hosts and honored couple were feet \ '- .

was conducted by I Crews and Mrs. Donald Price are Mrs. G. Paul Moore, chairman
Mr. and Mrs. Z. M. Pirenian
NOW FORlIINGfowelll Mrs. J. Wayne Reitz honorary' were assisted by Mrs. Sam ; Mrs. Evan P a ttishall, ,
t president of the University I' Banks Mrs. Art Newcomb, vice chairman; Mrs. Art New- parents of the bride-to-be.

Women's Club, who outlined the and Mrs. Roger Hill. comb, secretary; Mrs. Price, Corsages of white carna
aims of the University Wom- treasurer Mrs. Maurice Boyd,
{ Business New officers are: ; tions'were presented to the hon- _
_ s College en's Club. adviser; Mrs. James A. Gay Sd
Name tags in the shape of Mrs. R. Dean Coddington, an, membership: chairman; Mrs. oree and her mother by the /j 1"r
218 W. University Avenue 376-3507 I spring baskets were distributedat chairman; Mrs. E. T. York Jr.,, Banks membership co chair- hosts.
-- the door with an additionalrose vice chairman; Mrs. William man; Mrs. Frank Frueh social
Arrangements of snapdragons
bouquet attached for each Boaz, secretary; Mrs. William chairman; Mrs. Harry Hollien, -
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10 Gainesville:: Sun Thursday, April 9, 19ti4Michelangelo's

It was In the Church of St. "Michel Angelus Bonarotni

j' Petronilla, a few day after the Florent Faciebat." (Made by

m 'Pi eta'5/ En Route to'' New YorkThe statue chelangelo was unveiled overheard, that two Mi- Michelangelo Florentine.) B u o n arrotf,

admirers, suggesting the Never again did Michelan
'erlshable of the moth- 1499 the Pie t a was finlshe' ex-
BENNETT M. BOLTON ing to most Americans, because purity
By uisite Pieta gelo have to sign another
must have been
rofGocL"Michaelangelo The cardinal paid Michelar.ge!
I Associated Press Writer the Pieta's image "ear- work. The Pieta guaranteedhim
not be found reproduced or 10 450 gold ducats, equal t one by the Milanese master lasting fame even beforehe r

VATICAN CITY One of any canned meat label" $1,000 a far cry from the .'hristofor Salari. went on to sculpt other i
marble masterpieces had ahead UO-million insurance that the
the most perfect
Upset, m masterpieces,
of all time. Michel- gun to attract attentioi Vatican demanded for lettingt Michelangelo re-
I paint the frescoes in the Sistine -
angelo's Pieta, sailed from Cardinal Spellman put Mr rhea he first went to Rome ic go off to America five cen- turned that night with mallet Chapel and help designthe

I Naples Sunday for the New defense on the forecast that 196. The French cardinal uries later. and chisel to inscribe across present St Peter's Basilica.

York World's Fair and will 70 million visitors at the Vati- Jean de Villiers di Lagraulas The Pieta was installed on the ribbon on Mary's tunic: .
.arrive Monday. wished to donate a statue to I -
can pavilion will see the PIe-
Jardlnal de VOliers funeral
the old St. Peter's BasWca.Michelangelo's .
ta in the 19 months after the
( The priceless white Carrara Roman patron monument (he died the
April 22 opening comparedwith
\ marble representation of the one million persons a banker named Jacopo month it was completed) in Experienced ..
the body Galli the cardinalin
Wary grieving over promised
who view it in a single year the Church of St. Petronillaat
of Christ was packed for the at St. Peter's Basilica. a contract that "the said the edge of Vatican City.

eight day Atlantic crossingon "Those people who criticizeme Michelangelo will completethe When the church demo t 1
was Mcithtei
-- Colom- swrutg
I the liner Cristoforo said work within oneyear's :
for asking the Holy Father
': containers of :shed to make room for the 1
bo In triple time and it will be the
\ for the loan of the statue have
few St. Peter's, the Pieta was
,'wood and steel. It was being most beautiful work of mar-
to to St. Peter's to
treated for what it is irre- money go ble ever seen in Rome and no transferred to a nearby
see it for themselves, said church, Santa Maria Delia Operators
"ptaceable. other master will be able to I
the cardinal archbishop of
it." Febbe. It remained there until
.. Keeping the (65.year-old New York. surpass permanently installed In re
Pleta in one piece, has worried "But I want 70 million people I Nine months later In May built St. Peter's in 1741.i Least 3 YEARS Factory Trained
Italians and art expertsever to see it here free." I Experience

since Pope John XXffl Packing the Pieta began i APPLY AT -
told Francis Cardinal Spell- Friday. It was to be slid off Test Drive The RAMBLER Of YOUR CHOICE \

man two years ago that the its pedestal with ,all the fuss t- Florida Athletic Co.
statue would be allowed to of a royal potentate stepping
grace the Vatican pavilion at from a jade throne. Statuary RIDGWAY MOTOR CO. 302 N.W. 6th Street

the fair. experts and the "Sampietri- Phone 2-3378 after 2
nl," the Vatican's maintenance Pieta In St. Peter's Basilica of the Vaticanwas 1132 S. Main St. FR 2-8433 I p.m.

men, planned to ease it done by Michelangelo when he was 24. ,
The argumentative fallout along a wooden platform to ----- -,
from the explosive announce- its first case. Plain laundry I

ment was still floating around soap was to grease the way. Teenage ; ,--h_r. I ,JI___ L._'>,. .- _" "' '_. t._ -"
two years 1 ate r. A typical For its 3,950mile journey, c '
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initial .
comment during the
the Pieta was wrapped in lin- "
controversy came from Prof. and at
en and paper rigidly Mail"DEAR
Vinzenz Overhammer of the- braced inside its first wooden -

Vienna Art Museum. container. This box fits in J:' "
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wood shavings snugly inside MRS. RICKER: .. "
incomprehensible .
"An utterly p--
idea," he remarked."I .- the second wooden crate, "Cliff, my boy friend is 20 ;: .
and I 17. We have made
imagine this which likewise rests in a bed am
could can be true hardly," said ,Gustav of shavings inside the outer plans to be married after I ; '' Ji.: .
Hartlaub, emeritus professorof steel case. graduate in June. Our parents s .ndr' < : : :

art of Heidelberg.history at the University What fairgoers. will. see Is a thoughtful changed.approve and but At very lately first considerate. he he was has- : ; ?i4 4r : 4: : :::: ;: : r :

Italians ever since have double figured statue 6 feet Now he has forgotten my ,' f.:: .,
written to popular magazinesto 7 inches high and almost as birthday and several other : ; .

{ say,for example, as a mar- wide. An almost lifesize Mary things which I consider' important "j .....'''.'-.,. .
did that -
ble quarry worker sits supporting her Son's body '' '- \
\ beat and humidity changes across her lap, His head hung -_ ..{.J't' --... '<'
"At times he is affectionateand 11
( could ruin the Pieta or that back in death and His arms ,.
the he used to be t,; .
remember the 1956 same as : .
Italy must and legs dangling.The c .(
but often he is moody and "
I Andrea Doria sinking and name of the work, Ck .
is seems bored. Do you think he .
realize no transportation which some experts regard as "d.-n"
is losing interest in me? Y ou :
absolutely safe. the supreme example of Chris- _- fi:
have : _
many young ; '
tian art in medium and of
More recently the conserve any both people will you try to help
ative Rome daily newspaper any century, suggests me, too? I would appreciateyour
.. pity and piety. The mother'sout ",
II Tempo chided, in an acid opinion and advice.?
turned left hand, I .
crown- '
commentary entitled, "a bit
detail of the entire DEBBY
ing sculpture -
I :
of pity for the Pieta, that "a
to art DEAR DEBBY:
according many .
of of ,
sense history a sense responsibility q::Swly ?
lovers, reflects both utter When a couple is consider-
or just plain com- .,
helplessness and resignation. ing marriage it is important : ; !'
mon sense, that vac- "
opposes Michelangelo was once for them to be able to talk to .:
uous and dangerous exhibi- ij'l't
questioned about the youthfulness each other. I mean really talk
tion, of sending the statue : :
abroad.As in the face of Mary, who and discuss their thoughts, ."" :;. '

was supposed to have been hopes, dreams, fears and / _
for the taste of the Amer- near the age of 50 at the time problems -:-,if any. If they -. ; .
ican public in beholding the of Christ's death. The explanation cannot talk these things over ..
Pieta's soft white beauty, II of the 21-year-old Flor- before marriage there is
Tempo said Michelangelo and entine sculptor: *'I wanted to something wrong with their ; 3i 3

his genius would mean noth- stress the virginity and im- relationship. : "r i _, .,

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I Youth Camp Goals: Train, Encourage, Interest I

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By CHARLES BAILEY year, there could be upwards of!i "We are trying to develop a I I education; the training centers ing them." 1[and singing, "We're gotogjo.try, be more studying at one of about that," Allen sa's.lilt
Cowles Washington Bureau 100,000 enrolled. basic education program; to go I will stress vocational skills." The camps will combine work I to make it interesting," Allen lean training centers. Here the!would be tragic if we trained
WASHINGTON Sometime All this sounds something like along with the work these fel,f In addition, the campswhichwill projects with a four-part basic says'lt's a volunteer program,I emphasis will be more on vocational I these young men and then there
before the end of 1964, several the depression-era Civilian Con- lows will do...we've got to devise be much smaller than the education program. This will so.|tliafo tefesUng"Wetrei.I training and educational I were, no jobs for them"
of will move servation Corps (the CCC, they a new kind of program for training centers, with no more include reading (aim: seventh- trying to get some outstanding improvement, rather than I Allen doesn't
men believe will
into groups national young parks and foreststo called it, or just "the CC's"),i the problem we're trying to deal i than 200 students as opposed to grade proficiency), writing I sports figures and people: from I simple work programs and basic happen, however, and this '
in but it is little more than an echo.!.with." !the 500 to 5,000 planned for the i(aim* the ability to fill out job !the entertainment world; I I I school work. ,( his argument
start experiment I this
natural resource a new conservation. There Is a critical difference:1 To understand the function of i centers-will be able to provide application forms, write orders, :think some of them will give. a I At the training centers, students i a good on example point of also the provides kind
where the CCC was designed to the camps, you have to look at "more intensive counseling" for write simple letters), arithmetic -lot of time to it." I 'will live in larger units thing the of
The object of the experimentis treat the symptoms of ,the whole job students. (addition, subtraction, mul-r Because Irf administration hopes
poverty corps proposal. any boy ,one of upwards of 200 boys in a bar to be able to do with its
the preservation and utilization hunger, destitution, nem-'It includes both the camps and I I "The conservation camp boys tiplication, division, fractions,:these camps is going to need'a racks -and will concentrate on II program. "poverty ,
of the nation's most plenti ployment the new programis another set of installations call-:will be those who need a little reading scales, learning to lot of training and a lot of encouragement a specific kind of job, whether
ful and most perishable aimed at its root causes illiteracy ed "training centers". The I more discipline or physical measure things), and speakingthe the' living :units it be auto mechanic, machine-I Allen"I've been, "that told, for example,"
natural resource: its youth. lack of skills, inadequate -;,:camps might be called the elementary hardening," Allen expl a ins. ( ability to understand directions .will be small cabins holding.shop work, applicance repairsor jobs available says in there New are 8,000)
These scattered advance parties education. I I schools of this new educational -:"These will be places where and be understood on a':20 .youths,.with an adult supervisor learning to run calculating I I alone for gasoline-station Jersey.
will, according to present! There will be work projects I! system, with the train(I outdoor work can be part of job). in charge. And there will machines. A kid will ,attendants
hopes, be followed by a rapidly..,i like the jobs the CCC used to do,I Ij ing centers serving as a sort of!the program and of benefit to 1 Though work and school will,be an intensive counseling program When it's all over when the I get hired, and he'll come work in and one
swelling army. Within a year j but they are not the main ob high school. the I boys involved." be the major elements of camp i I intended not only to.help,I boys( has his "diploma" from day-and then the owner ivlJ)
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servation camps," the adminis-" of Ohio University:I camps," Allen explains -;will be important, he thinks, not are planning a full program that but also; to help steer him';jnto'i training center what can he I I change, that he doesn't know
tration hopes to have 40,000youths who is heading the planning for j,I "will be those who are I so much for the work accom will include recreation, sports, ajob when he.finishes.; -. : I II look forward to? how much change to give 4h?
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Gemini Success PredictsTwoMan Iron Heed Workers Plea ; British Election To Be in October?

NtUJ Unrk Wtmtl1LONDON ,Lament ends on Nov. 7. It Is vise the sovereign of his decision -
To End StrikeCAPE k: :Y k unusual for British governments and it was known last
Flight in Fall? Alec Prime MinisterSir j',to carry on for the full five-year night that he had finally made
KENNEDY (AP)-Government Douglas-Home was re I term to which they are entitled up his mind after an unusual

. .. pleas h a v e moved ported by reliable sources to I unless defeated in the House of series of conferences with his
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CAPE KENNEDY, Fla. (AP) second unmanned flight and a mander of the Air Force space striking iron workers to returnto informed Queen Elizabeth I Commons. But there is nothing cabinet colleagues on the tuning .
The United States today manned orbital trip this year. systems division, termed the work on missile and space today that the general election against a government doing so. of an announcement. The
I moved confidently ahead on its launching a "storybook sort of launch construction i projects will be held in October.Sir I I II decision of when to call a gen-
second manned space program, The second flight, set for late flight" in which everything here and at nearby Merritt Is- Alec's office at 10 Down- I Queen Elizabeth is scheduledto eral election rests with the
Gemini, following the success of August or early September, is seemed to go right. land. ing Stree would not comment leave London on Oct. 6 for a prime minister alone.
the first unmanned flight.A to hurl a spacecraft on a bal- on the report, but the office indicated lone-week trip to Canada. Because :I I
listic flight to test all systems, Engineers estimated it would An announcement by the that an announcement sh..y. a British elections are tra' LEGAL NOTICEThe
Titan 2 rocket propelled a atmospheric re-entry and re require'several days to analyzethe workers said they had not beenon concerning the election date I ditionally held on a Thursday r University of Florida wttt receive
bids for the general class of commodities -
data but
two-seat Gemini spacecraft into covery. preliminary study strike but merely "off fishing" would be made soon.' It is expected -no one knows why- the like- as Indicated below. Interested bidders
orbit in an almost perfect The first manned mission indicated all objectives were areement with liest may obtain forms. specifications
since their within 48 hours and possibly polling day in Octoberis and other information by contacting the
launching. The rocket lifted off calls for two astronauts to ridea contractors expired April 1. after ,the dose of polling considered to be the 15th. Purchasing, university Division.i of Room Florida 104,Gaines TiflertHall
only one second behind scheduled Gemini capsule on a threeorbit tomorrow night in the elections vine Florida.
but a launching official flight, hopefully in Novemberor Masons MeetThere William E. Simkin, vice chair- for the Greater London Council j.i: The queen must be availableon 64 Tuesday- Meat 10:00UHospital and Staples bids open every
claimed the range clock must December. man of the President's missile Some conservative officials the day after an election to Supplies bids open every
have been because the site labor Commission, an- appoint the prime minister.Sir Monday :J:00s
wrong The opening Gemini shot test will be a special con- cautioned that the report about tj T. N. WELLST.
nounced in Washington Wednes- .
I countdown N web
was completed without ed structural integrity of the clave of Pilgrim Commandery what Sir Alec had told the queen Alec was with the queen Director of Purchasing
the the Iron
even a one second delay. spacecraft, ability of the Titan Number 7 Knights Templar to- day Workers agreement Union, AFL by, CIO, to went too far, and that the possibility LORD HOME I I at Buckingham Palace for 40 (3230) 116
Project Director Charles 2 to place the capsule in a pre- morrow at 8 p.m. at the Masonic return to work. of the premier still optingfor ,minutes. His office said the REGISTER NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS INTENTIONTO NAME
Mathews of the Manned cise orbit, and aerodynamic Temple. The Order of Red June if the conservativesdid tainty over the timing of the'audience was routine and had Pursuant to Section WJW Florida
Spacecraft Center said the compatibility of the rocket-cap Cross and the Order of Malta Simkin planned to meet in well in the London voting General Elc on, partly because been held to take advantage of the Statutes undersigned.notice is University hereby given Inn doing that
flight gave the Gemini team sule combination. :will be confered on a class of Washington today with represen- still could not be ruled out al- it had begun to hinder the queen's sudden return from business under the firm name of Discount -
I confidence to proceed toward a Mai. Gen. Ben I. Funk, com- twelve candidates. tatives of the union and the together. the work of Parliament and to I Windsor on personal business. 101 S.Package W. 13th Liquors Street.of Gainesville Gainesville I ,,
Patrick Air Force Base Contrac- Considerable had affect business and industrial Alachua County. Florida. Intends to
pressure But alone would fictitious under the
I courtesy register said name
tors Association. He said the:built up on Sir Alec during the planning.The provisions of the aforesaid Statute.
have dictated that Sir Alec ad- at Florida this 1st
Dated Gainesville.
s' D commission had been informedof past few days to end the uncer- life of the current Par- day of April A.D.. Hit
substantial progress toward a NOTICE Of INTENTIONTO Owners:
f fJ new contract for the 470 iron I learned here today.Washington's Pursuant to Section 165 O!. Florida Pozin Mildred Pozin
U. S. ConcernedC
workers employed at the two Statutes. notfc Is hereby given that (3212) 4:2. t. 16.47.INCOME.
concern was the undersigned. University Inn doing
sites. business under the firm name of Dis-
space ( ) New York Times
the Brazilian count Liquors Of Gainesville. 1901 S.W.
conveyed yesterday to -
J The Air Force and National WASHINGTON The United 13th Street Gainesville. Alachua County TAX
government in Rio de Florida, Intends to register said tic
Aeronautics and Space Adminis- States has expressed its con- titious name under the provisions of
tration had complained to the cern to the Brazilian govern- Janeiro by U. S. diplomats, butit the Dated aforesaid at Gainesville Statute Florida this lit GAINESVILLEBOOKKEEPERS
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Last Journey TodayWASHINGTON I Unopposed I i', '- REGARDING AN OPEN

Need Not
(AP) From the renowned old 7th Regiment Washington's famous streets.On LETTER TO
Under the great dome of the Armory, the funeral train bore the same caisson that bore ; .

Capitol, where his body was the widow Jean, the son Arthur, President John F. Kennedy, the File ReportUnopposed S 1 A \\...MR. W. S. ;TALBOTApri1..9
placedwith 26 and in flower-banked casket rode. And P

candidates for I

county and state offices who
day qualified for office with the r

county clerk are not required to -.1. .
the file monthly campaign reports, ., l9
y Clerk J. B. Carmichael explained :,
., "
t ,
today. "
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.. Although several candidatesdid ,
to ? not report their February

and contributions and expenses by
s 'Monday's 5 p.m. deadline, Car- Dear Mr. To\bot\ : hove" "

... .. michael said they were all un Gainesville% High 5choo 1. You
opposed.He p TA at that you ,
Is no sions
There of occa
MAY added that state candi- \ to boost on 0 number "meddtoobo1ishing ti n9 mothers"
dates such as state repre- been heard it. stating
sentative or public defender instrumental offoi. .
I .. file their reports with the Sec- were and out of

.1 retary of State but are supposed should stay at home \eoPOrdY,If yOU
1 to file copies of their reports County \ -
I in the county where they PTA in Iachuo '?
: every school 1 system
are registered. Is not rs .
of the
) I Carmichael said Rep. Ralph gain control
ould ck
.t> r' -- ', \ ( ""
I'I'r (AP) The Turlington and his opponent, SchoolQuorterbo i" -
Curtis E. Dick Wilson, are supposed to mate .jouh1gh think It can .'
actively pr that you
abbreviated file duplicate reports here as You doeS this mean
is public defender candidate R. \ is good. But high school pwhich ro. '
; job as Air the
: G. Justiss. He said Public Defender Club strengthening .
is stirring in
. I _
R. A. (Buzzy) Green is be more effective
supposed to file his report in pTA
announced than a
Starke. In .bulldin9
gram help
with the for enlisting ; ? .
eye plans progom
or C y our sa'enee
on some What batter
Grandfather of all the temporary ? A ?
program program
has moth
office buildings in Wash- a better library ? A better
by Presi- ington is a yellow brick one on language program ,
he remain in _
the Mall. Built in 1856, it firs better .r
Feb. 1. served as the District of Col- \ await your answers. -..
term umbia Armory. Since, it has The voters eagerly -
approached been Civil War S.S
a hospital, a
President museum warehouse, an aquar- Sincerely
reappointed ium, a motion-picture studio, an ,
with the office building and a govern- Harry Evans
I summer. ment paint shop. for superintendent
\ Candidate
Robert S.u- '
recommended [ -

be giv- OFFICE

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accord- Otjint
year for Superintendent of Public InstructionPd.
report. Adv.
PH. 372-2555
on file In
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.14 'Gainesville Sun Thursday. April. 9-, 1964 '.

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MacArthur Blamed British,; Y

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Washington for Korean Failures t tflfttS _

NEW YORK (AP-A 10yearold could not effectively oppose : ,
secret interview, puElished ..- Interview 10-Year-Old hem. i V JJ A

i' Wednesday, quoted Gen. Douglas At the famous Wake Island';

I MacArthur as saying he conference with President Har! f'.r s l

could have crushed the Communists Secret Now Revealed] ry S. Truman in October 1950, .
in Korea but for "the! MacArthur was reported as saying -

perfidy of the British and con-; "he told President Truman: ,.:. ..X...:. .

stant harassment and interference that if the Chinese Communists I .. .._ n .
; .
from Washington." newspaper said in a story copy-{jdia.or' through the Russian Em'bassy intervened in Korea he would! ; a ?-

right by the Scripps-Howard! in London, to the Chinese I let them cross the Yahi River:: -<
The New York World'I'Newspapers.Lucas Communists. :
{ I and then bomb their bridges:

Telegram account by&Scripps-Howard Sun published correspondent the-: : wrote that MacArthur I II Thus, he said the Chinese'!behind them, cutting their sup-: our famous value Towncraft shirtsREDUCED

Jim G. Lucas of' afiI i 1 '{said jvery message he sent to(,Communists knew in advance j ji ply lines and causing them to;

I interview with MacArthur here I Washington. and every message i every step he proposed to take.;starve a while before being de;;

Washington sent to him was The Chinese Communists decided stroyed. I
Jan. 20, 1954.
|shown \Jo the British by theo I to come into the Korean j! "He insists this strategy was: !

"Jim felt honor-bound not t J>State( Department, and that, War he said, 'after being assured relayed by the British to the!

report any of it as long as,' Gen.. within 48 hours' was relayed bysijhe by the British that Chinese Communists with assurances -i

MacArthur was alive= ," ,the!! British, either! through In-',Arthur would be hamstrung Mac-I MacArthur would not:

---- be permitted to do any such, f I& _

SELF thing.planned Lucas" to said follow that the MacArthur defeat of I; 'i ,

'PROPELLEDI:the Chinese by sowing "a ilve- ff'i:

mile-wide belt of radioactive cobalt -; T;

-which he assured me 'We!

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XI JO\1 Yalu, thus permanently sealing;
b Powered,by 3 h.p. Engine, with i spring- Korea off from China." I

\ 'wound:impulse-type starter. All-steel_ mower base. : The account continued: 1 '
"Gen. MacArthur t t'L
expressed bitterness frequently when he I
22-INCH ;
i i spoke of Truman, but 'he paid!
him 'a I
;- i grudging respect as man ,
of raw courage and guts. The --

little bhonestly believes he.
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$ 9 5 1 is a patriot.' I

When North Korea invaded i

ONLY EASY :South Korea, :MacArthur was J
TERMS :quoted as saying Truman "re-!

acted instinctively, like the gutter -!
': fighter he is and you've,,
got to admire him." I II J

P : I Lucas report was in the form!
'r M en9inl $3895TRADEINS ,of a memorandum to his editors.j !f
p cuf, only .. .. ......I ,The newspaper said it was pub-!
'T' a + lishing the account "believing:;

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Thursday, 15
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Books_ Once Banned Now Studied' As Classics .; !1 1


By WINFRED L. GODWIN methods or materials of college recently debated the question of cated they would not support freedom university, by its very ir I Si
Director, Southern Regional I I faculty members. who should speak to college students -such a measure if it came before it is also must be a place of fennel. i .

Education Board Several state legislatures have theoretically aiming to their state legislature.The mate the I place where those gathers:

University of Texas students:I shield them from Communist legislator who introducedthe college I I the truth can hear and

are currently scanning an unus-, doctrine. bill in Georgia withdrew it pearing all points of view; and,

usual literary exhibit The Fla., Power North Carolina is scratching its !stating that the chairman of the campus in important, a place where

30 books have familiar names: collective head at the momentover state board of regents consider. better be and women can learn to LIKE

Homer's "Odyssey," Joyce's"Ulysses Asked to Cut a "speaker ban bill," Passed ed it unnecessary. I I cause I. for themselves. I .

," Defoe's "The Short- in the waning moments of the This matter of intellectual censorship -' no push-<> ,
I to hereby given' that the h0use-
est, Way with the Dissenters." Utility Rates 1963 legislature. The legislation : has no relationship to To the and personal effects stored THIS '"

Mark Twain's Huck Finn is in- I sought to prohibit the appear- partisan politics. Rather it is a in general Account Bonded of A. D.Warehouse SELLERS and Inc. 1 .
cluded alongside Tyndale's translation of certain the formation will be sold at Auction to the -
ance speakers on :
I question keeping our colleges ,
TALLAHASSEE (AP) The bidder from 749 N. W. A"
of the New Testament. I campuses of state institutionsand and universities a well spring of in at 7 A.At May I. ISM and each ?
State Public Utilities Commis- week day until sale is com 'cO' .
These classics have a surprising -: has caused consternation!progress through the freedom to than Payment to be made In cash. . '.
sion has asked the Florida Power ,. ,
Proceeds of sale -
check. a
compatibility. Each was censored and Lkht Co. to reduce rates among segments of the publicas examine ideas. In that freedom college I'en! held by Gainesville
banned at well as educators and officials Warehouse and-or Aero May-
or one periodof American democracy is continually Florida
4 by $10 nrilion annually, effec- I :: Transit Co. Merehfiwlis to N.
history as heretical, seditiousor the May 1.airr"an. of the institutions concerned. renewed, rather than I ident of the following descrftt-

obscene, but each has survive 1 jcopardre-l. summed :. _
?, ; F4win L.ti9"!'!f\nsnncupcinp Mattress '
e i to quid crl1 e sutdcrts in 1 I Tn' I I Society supports our higher: institutions -
the acton! We r*<5- ; Rubber Mattress
their studies of literature.As Carolir'a puM Iy declared!, 24"A
great with the understanding pus this :e lr t
day, sad: it is the 'rr" ect! utility
of drawers (2)
far back Roman the bill, lahc'ir'r1 it a y
as de-arturel I critical '
that they teach dresser
rate cut ever asked l by the comrni maturing young I
days when Homer's adventure ion. from the traditions of North,people to sift facts, build broad cation straight table chairs v !

story was declared unfit read- The utility was requested to Carolina and voted to seek ways I bases of comparison and in the (2)
ing, would-be censors of various to "remove this legislative impairment tors to household goods and person-
submit proposed changes in its thereby get at the truth. This I $
of intellectual f I 4 9. 24.Go.d. I
kinds have attempted to tell rate schedule for approval by r e e- process of learning to evaluate issue, not :

people what to read, hear or dis the commission. There was no: dom and presumption of the and thence develop one's think-] or I

cuss., Some of these attempts immediate indication as to the authority and prerogatives of ing power is more valuable than I NOTICE Is CLEAN C bi
have been aimed directly at In- the board of trustees." hold goods GAINESVILLESEAT
effect of the reduction on the the stockpiling of facts.It .
stitutions of higher learning average consumer. Ohio and Georgia turned has not only proved dangerous for the rd ,
where the pursuit of truth and down similar bills, and political IC and or
Mason said an examination of to limit faculties in the'NOTICE t to the
development of reason go hand leaders in Virginia have indi- 6th St. at 7 ><
the company's gross revenues in ._ _L subsequent 0
is nerecy given that tne household a
in hand with the r
acquisition o f the light of the reduction in fed- NOTICE Is hereby given that the household goods and personal effects stored pleted.
knowledge. ; goods and personal effects stored by Gainesville) Bonded Warehouse ed check.
eral income tax rates for public by Gainesville Bonded Warehouse Inc. for the Account of E. C. LATHAM amid towards liens
Some recent efforts have ink utility corporations indicated a for the Account of A. T. PETERSONwill will be sold et auction to the highest :ed
the form be SOd:! at auction to the highest bidder from 749 N.W. 6th St. at 7 Transit Co.
en of legislation or rate cut was in order. bidder! from 749 N.W. 6th St. at 7 A.M. A.M. May I 1964 and each subse- consists of ,
pressures to censure guest t, May t, 1964 and each subsequent weekday went week day until sale Is completed.' 1. Reccrds CM
He said the utility grossed until sale Is completed.- Payment Payment to be In cash certified 2. Record PI :
speakers ,or regulate teachingNOTICE about $220 million last year. The to be made In cash certified check check. Procee** of sal will aooly towards 3.4. Air Clothes cooler
Proceeds of sale wilt apply towards (liens held by Gainesville Bond- a
OF PROCEEDINGS FOR requested reduction totals 'just ed Warehouse and -or Aero Mayflower 5. Dishes
CLOSING STREETTO liens held by Ga:nesvllle Bonded Ware- Transit Co.Merchandise 6. Toys < ..N'i.
WHOM IT MAY CONCERN under 5 per cent of the gross house. antf-or: Aero Mayflower TransitCo. to be sold consists of the (3234 49.. '
Merchandise to toe sod! consists of
You will take notice that the Board of following articles. 1
County Commissioners of Alachua Coun- Florida Power serves 910,000 the following described articles: 1. Play Pen
ty. Florida, upon Its own motion at subscribers, of which more than 1. Washer 2. Tricycle n rti
3.30 P.M. on the 281h day of April. 2. Antenna Poe! 3. Foot Locker (2) ? r oa
A.D.. 1944 or as soon thereafter as possible 800,000 are residential, from the 3. Kitchen table 4. Clothes hamper BELTS r
at the County Courthouse in 4. Feider skirts 5. Baby Mattress fuI'D '
Gainesville Alachua County Florida, 'Georgia line down the Florida 5. Mattress a. Ba-v seep rd > .
will consider and determine whether 'I 6. Television! 7. Folding chair (2) t -
East Coast to West and
1 or not the County will:I v"cr'e, al> n'lon Key 7. BaslnetS. 8. HaIr dryer >, c1 r'Gu1
discontinue and close that portion of northward to the Bradenton Vacuum cleaner 9. Baby rocker SAVES LIVES
the following street situate In Alachua I And other household goods and personal And other Household goods and Person- i ,
County. Florida and particularly described area on the Gulf coast. efects. el effects. E /' a T'
as follows: I (3234): 4:9. 24 (3335) 4 9. 24 ,
said Florida is L
,That portion of the old Archer Road Mason Power Give Your Car A w 1
lying West of S. W. 34th Street (State -
the first "we have finished
Road13). Eat rnd colt of St>t.. utility I Test Drive The RAMBLER Of YOUR CHOICE Physical Examination 0
Road 24 and North of the Seaboard looking at since the tax '
Air Line Railroad right of way.
Persons Interested may appear and be reduction bill was passed. Other I AGENCY, >
heard at the time and place specified. DAN BYRD
public utilities in the state will
ALACHUA C00NTY be treated on an individual ba I

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GolfersStart FiringIn -

Drenched Masters

AUGUSTA, Ga. (APNearlyl

: lie 100: of golf's greatest player
teed; off today in the 28th Mas

ters Tournament over the Augusta j r ThundayAy
National course that days + 9 9. 1 64

'of steady rain have turned intoa
links built for two-defending

champion Jack Nicklaus and
.7, 'A. *!iq n rwiv..M.6.$.. kaffr.' 4I .Ao'sG..o.K.4w..&.::+.x .w.-, -... three-time winner Arnold Palm-

Time Grows CloserThis er.Nicklaus
Derby the 24-year-old Ohio

Golden Bear who is the young-
scene will be repeated again in Gainesville in July with the third annual Jaycee derby. The local est winner ever, was a 4-1 Colts To Wear Arm Bands

,Junior Chamber of Commerce and Tropical Pontiac are sponsoring the event. A meeting is set at 7:30 tonight choice to repeat-something no

at the Boys' Club. All youths 11-15 years of age interested in constructing a soap box racer should] Masters winner ever has done.

laus Golf's has the longest length driver to handle, Nick-the In Memory of Umbricht

nearly 7,000 water-logged yardsof
attend.Dodgers the course that Bobby Jones
I Yanks FavoritesBy designed. HOUSTON (AP-The Hous- March 16. I time to slow down and takeUmbricht

Palmer 3-1. winner in 1958, ton Colts will wear black arm was honored at a stock of ourselves.
1960 and 1962, is the only other bands during the National Philadelphia dinner early this "But six weeks in a hospita

player in the field of 96 who can League baseball season in mem- year as the most courageous bed gives you time to think. .,

!MIKE RATHET ease. repeat since Milwaukee in 1957- kees rolled up 205 firstplacevotes ,. hit the ball far enough to get i ito it ory of Jim Umbricht.The athlete of 1963. and come out a better humai

Writer That's the script authored for 58. At the same time, the Yan- and 2,826 points. the top of the hills that loom big right-handed relief In accepting the award, he'being. I'm sure everything wil
Associated Press Sports in front of half pitcher died said "some of us don't have out all right."
the 1964 season by the 294 kees will be emphasizing their That was some 400 points, up nearly one Wednesday of can- come
The Los Angeles Dodgers will writers and broadcasters supremacy over Minnesota and more than Minnesota's homer. the holes. cer, 13 months after it was dis
again win the National League sports voting in The Associated Press' Chicago en route to their fifth I hitting Twins, who grabbed 39 I The other pros have complained covered. He was 33.

pennant after a tight, three-way annual baseball poll. consecutive American League!. votes'' for the top spot and 2,375 i the course's roll is gone The Chicago native under-
struggle withSan Franciscoand pre-season pennant,, .I points. The Chicago White Sos, and it will take plenty of sun- went surgery a month before Finley's Way:
St. Louis while the New The voting indicates the Dodgers The mixed opinions about the I finished third with 28 first-place:, shine and wind to bring it back the baseball season started last

York Yankees run still another will nip the Giants and pennant chances of the Dodgers, ballots and 2,276 points. before the tournament ends Sunday year and made a remarkable

American League pennant up Cardinals, becoming the first Giants and Cardinals were reflected -. The predicted final standings: comeback with a 4-3 record. Green Gold -:
considerable I National League champion to champion Julius Boros,
the flag pole with in a tight vote that left Open During the second half of the -
American League the 44-year-old smooth swinger,
only points separating 1961 season he was one of the
I New York had the best practice round a
teams after they drew some National
League's leading relief -
7,500 in the balloting on the ba- MinnesotaChicago 66 on Tuesday.
t pitchers with a 2.61 earnedrun Clad
Reader sis of 10 points for a firstplacevote Nicklaus rates Boros one of: average for 76 innings while Players

nine for second, etc. Detroit his toughest competitors after appearing in 35 games.
One Vote _____
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The'Dodgers edged the Giants Cleveland Boros won the Greater Give Eulogy l .UA &4 A AAA & nv Kansas: : City, ui compel

for the top spot by only one first Boston Greensboro Open last Sunday. Russ Kemmerer, a former NEW YORK (AP-Just) im-I tion between the two teams, th
Reminds place vote and a mere 62 points. Los Angeles Nicklaus has won only one teammate now with Houston's agine .green and gold clad ball A's hit five homers. The Yan

The Dodgers were named the Kansas City tournament all year, and Palmer Oklahoma City farm club, will players hitting orange baseballs kees sent the sheep scurrying

top team on 102 ballots and WashingtonNational none, but they still rank first! give the eulogy at funeral serv- over a pastel-colored fence, justa 15 times.

drew 2,634 points. The Giants LeagueLos and fourth on the money list. ices Friday afternoon. The body few yards from where the Advantage, Yankees.
received 101 first-place votes Angeles "'..... Top prize at the Masters is will be cremated. sheep are grazing.No .
On a team basis, then, it be
i. W.iterIt's and 2,572 points. San Francisco _.<;* usually $20,000. The payoff, Colt Manager Harry Craft, that's not an idea for a comes evident that the Yankeewill
The Cardinals without Stan St. Louis based on gate receipts runs in Coach Luman Harris, infielder float in the Rose Bowl parade. hit more homers than th

Musial for the first time in 22 Milwaukee iQ[ the $100,000 neighborhood. Bob Lillis and pitcher Ken John- That's Charles Finley's way of A's no matter where they play
sat down one years, nevertheless received Cincinnati '- Nicklaus also listed former son will fly to Houston from the playing baseball. I. Some say the Yankees have better
since Bill Congreve
been some 250 years Open champion Billy Casper, .
solid support with 52 firstplacevotes Philadelphia Colts' Cocoa, Fla. spring train-
and those immortal words that there is no fury in Lema who the Finley already has draped players.
day penned and 2,318 points.In Pittsburgh "" Tony was run- ing camp for the services.
the nether regions like a woman scorned. the American League, the Chicago ner-up last year and 1961 Mas- Houston's scheduled exhibi- green and gold uniforms over

be slight change necessary. Yankees re-emphasized the re- Houston ters winner Gary Player of tion his players and his sheep-the Olson Rates
If he were alive today there might a game Friday with Milwau- uniforms for the
South Africa the sheep are
it to sports-minded 13- spect they command. The Yan New York among leading kee
That is, how would he apply a threats to his title.GARY at Cocoa was canceled. somewhat differently cutbuthe

year-old young lady? George Kirksey, Colt execu- has been unable to persuade F
tive vice president, said Um- baseball's Light
legislators that or- yBoutTossup
is her letter
Here :
Allen May End bricht remained in good spirits ange baseballs would improvethe
"Dear Mr. Halberstein: until the end and said he was game.
determined to get back into uni-
I have just finished reading your column in this afternoon'spaper form. Now the Kansas City owner Is .

about track at GHS, past and present.I Y.: about to get to work on this NEW ORLEANS AP-Bob
Phils' SearchBy Colt, General :
Manager Paul ;/
of 195859. I just project-a right field Olson said today he rates th .
take it you are referring to the seasons Richards- said Umbricht was fence Finley has labeled his Willie
happened ,to have attended quite a few meets, including the "one of the finest competitorsI've Pennant Porch. Pastrano-Gregorio Pera
Florida Relays that year, and'1 would like to refresh your MURRAY! CHASS Louis a 5-4' victory' over the ,jar ever known on or off a ta light heavyweight title figl
Associated Press Sports Writer New York Yankees while pinch- baseball field." Building Porch a toss-up "unless weight-mal!

Richie Allen of Wampum, hitter John Goryl gave Minnesota _w Colt officials said the playerswill Finley's plans call for build- ing has weakened Peralta."

Pa., promises to be a lucrative I a :5-4 triumph over Houston wear black arm bands on ing the porch at Kansas City's "That's the big if in m
rookie for the Philadelphia Phil- with a two-run homer in the ?D : ?Y xo: iP opening day and the remainderof Municipal Stadium. The porch mind," said Bobo, the forme
lies in their bid for greater ninth. the season. will not have rocking chairs- middleweight king who wanl
riches this season. Baltimore crushed Cincinnati they would all be demolished by to fight the winner of Friday'15rounct
+A Rare But Lethal the homers the A's
are going to
The Phils expect the 22-year- 8-1, the Chicago Cubs nipped championship conte
Last year's operation involved
ricochet around the at
once Municipal Auditorium."It's
A old Allen to _end their six-year Boston 7-6 in 11 innings, the what doctors called a rare but it is erected. .
search for a regular third base- New York Mets downed Kansas lethal "black mole" tumor, a harder to make welgl

man. Based on Allen's springperformance City 11.9 and Milwaukee beat PLAYER form of cancer which starts Finley emphasizes that he is and keep your. strength as yo

the Phils may Washington 52. Past Winner with a black mole on an arm building his porch to compete I get older,' said Olson, a ligl
memory. Haven't you forgotten Jim Miller and Steve Guinn?? wind up with even more than or ,leg. with the New York Yankees, heav; j :ght contender at 35.
I know department has quite complete files, but I just who he feels have dominatedthe I
your The disease began to appearin Peralta, according to his har
happen to have in front of me two trophies won by Steve Guinnin that.The right-handed slugger Thurmond Hero the chest area last season but American League becauseof idlers I has been hovering aroun

the track season of 1958-59. slammed his seventh home run Umbricht and Colt officials kept the short right field fence at 176 for days. He has to mak

One is a 12-inch trophy; the inscription reads "UniversityCity and increased his runs batted the development a closely the Yankee line.Stadium, 296 feet down I 175 pounds at noon Friday.

'59 Relays High Point." in total to 23 Wednesday as guarded secret. "I feel "
great said the Ai
Philadelphia trampled the Los Of 'Frisco Win The cancer continued to "Since we can't get the Yan- ,
The other is much more elaborate. It stands 21 inches" tall Angeles Dodgers 114. He bad spread and Umbricht, who kees to conform to honest dis- gentine"I'll through interpreters
and its inscription reads "State Decathlon, Second 1959. The three hits and four RBIs and is weighed 210 pounds and stood tances, I'll conform to Yankee the weight and II
competition was held in Hollywood, Fla., that year and was far the team leader in both 6-4 entered the distance is be strong. I came here to wi
the Chamber of Commerce of Hollywood.Steve by ST. LOUIS (AP) San points and gathered 23 rebounds hospital again Finley quoted as the title and that's what I at
presented by departments. .
Francisco evened its National to push the Warriors to a 109- saying.At going to do."

and Jim now are lieutenants in the Marine Corps. Theyare Led HittersAs Basketball Association playoff 100 lead with 2:52 remaining. home the A's bit 52 hom- The six-foot

both stationed at Quantico, Virginia, and Steve is still a rookie for Arkansas !fa with St Louis in a "dogeatdog"battle St. Louis made a final rush on Seeds Fall, ers in 81 games while at Yankee has broad shoulders challenger and, wh
participating in track. the International League last I points by Bob Pettit and Zelmo Stadium they hit nine in nine spindly
and legs, scaled
Wednesday night, 183V4 when h
Allen led all hitters with I Beaty, closing to 110-109. but Blum Hot games. The Yankees however,
of season,
relative drubbed
have probably guessed that I am a taking the biggest bite out of the Pastrano in a non-tit
By now you close-in shots in the final
hit the
12 triples 33 homers 97 RBI I' sec- 10 against A's.
'ear-old sister. I am in Hawks Nate Thurmond. 10-rounder
Steve's and )ro ire right. I am his 13-> was at Miami Beach lat
Cliff and Richie
by Hagan
the eighth grade at P. K. Yonge. and.289. 299 Then total in 10 bases. He with batted the "Thurmond did it all de- Guerin went astray. ST. PETERSBURG (AP) Advantage, Yankees.Dodgers Sept. 20. He weighed 178% am
games Two seeded players, Ronald 18014_ when he outpointed Cat
By the way, Steve won a track scholarship to Northeast Phils at the end of the season fense, offense, rebounds" said Pettit paced the Hawks with 29 Barnes of Brazil and Boro Jo- I'ornlan Wayne Thornton o.;
Warrior Coach Alex Hannum
Louisiana State that year. he hit .292. points. vanic of Yugoslavia left the St. Play Nov 15 and Jan. 24 to earn thi,
after his club had the
Allen's home run Wednesdaywas Petersburg Masters Invitational title fight
Gayle GuinnP. only one of many that dom- Hawks 111-109. GHS tennis. Barnes, No. 5, was upset Hawks Sunday
S. B c.:careful. I read your column every dayll!! inated exhibition baseball ac- I The victory tied the Western Boys, by Nicola Tilt of Yugoslavia. Pastrano, according to trainer
tion. Cleveland got three of Division best-of-seven final play- Jovanovic, No. 4, defaulted be- The Jonesville Dodgers will Lou Gross, has made 17.

Fine Afternoon Recalled them in trouncing San Francisco I offs at two games each and re- Girls Tennis cause of a thumb he hurt in a play the Southside Hawks of pounds twiee this week.
: 14-4 for the first time in 10 :turned the home-court advan- car door. Jacksonville at 2:30 p.m. Sundayat Both fighters will limber uj
GayleoW V are so right. How could I have forgotten Steve spring "games.Willie tage to the Warriors. Teams Win the Dodgers' park. briefly -today. Peralta finishes

and Jim I must hang my head in shame today. Please acceptmy Mays was struck on the The next ame will be played MIAMI (AP) Walter Blum The Dodgers scored recent;his boxing preparations Wednes

apologies. right wrist in an attempted in San Francisco Friday night rode four winners at Gulfstream wins over Felmington Tigers,i!day with two leisurely round

Just tolurther refresh this errant memory, not yours, whichIs pickoff throw in that game and with the teams returning to St. Gainesville High School's boys and moved eight ahead of Ray 6-5; and Rutledge Tigers. 31.:,again iparmate Calvin Camp
razor sharp already, a glance back at the state high school may he sidelined until Saturdayor Louis Sunday.The final contest, and Ocala girls tennis teams defeated Broussard in the jockey race.Blum's .:John Stevens and Peter Jones;,belli Paftrano puodwd the bag:
yesterday in a match hurled the wins. and did l1oomwk.1 .
is 39 winners. i j
recalled fine afternoon for the Purple Sunday. if needed will be the
track meet story of 1950 a played on here. The GHS boys 6-1 .. ..
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Julian Javier's two-run homer West Coast. .
Hurricanes.The and the girls triumphed by a ...

story of that meet incidentally even was written by in the eighth gave St Celts Lead 7-0 tally. OF POWERBOATS; ". A'j:

someone whose name matches the author in this space. And Boston can wrap up the East- Both 'Cane teams will take
the story also notes that GHS went right down to the final event ern Division playoff tonight part in the state high school
in Class A (which it was ranked then) before losing to South- when the Celtics and Cincinnati meet here on April 161718. Abbott New Champion
west Miami. Exhibition meet fa Boston. The Celtics lead Results:

their series, 31. Boys Matches
_. .
Included, among other items, are several paragraphs devoted Thurmond didn't start the singles Jim Griffith (0) By BEN FUNK I It was a race that offered a''I then caught Dick Bertram, Miami
to the hurdle exploits of one Steve Guinn, a second- defeated Bud Brown 2-6 6-4 ,'
Standings ,
true test of man and boat. An I boat bender. two mile:
Bahamas (AP-An)
place finisher in both races, as well as runnerup in the pole game, but when Wayne HighLower's 6-1; Grayson Brown defeated NASSAU .
18-knot wind, just under the velocity from the finish line.
ankle to trouble American driver, Harold Abbott !
certain victor until he stumbled our began
Guinn appeared a Mike
vault NATIONAL Dupree 6-1. 6-2 John
in the LEAGUEW.. LPet.. him, the 6-foot-11 inch reserve ; is the new champion of the: that would have brought, Phil McKeown of New Yorl
hurdles race.
of the defeated Carl Coslick
one Milwaukee San Francisco 21 U -S* J7t JU entered and scored 17 points and i 6-3 Miami-Nassau powerboat race, small craft warnings and :and Jim Wynee of Miami drove
6-3. Charles defeated
Miller and Jim Glass, one of the other GHS track stars of St. outs -""*" 7 MlChicago pulled in 15 rebounds in 42 min- ; Delony but the British_ are coming. cellation of the race, :a Volvo powered Formula tc
that season did their part in the relay races as GHS won the Pittsburgh -', 1 13'$ I Mi.51 utes. IH Leonard Goldman, defeated 4-6, 6-0, English drivers, never beforea seas three to five feet high I feferth r phlee} 15 minutes behind!
state mark in doing so. Cincinnati '' 12 12 .501 ; Harry Home caj t the winners.
and set a new
880 serious threat in the
Philadelphia 11 11 ..47 Thurmond .teamed with Wilt Ronnie Colfry 4-6. 8-6, 86. eight- Boat Sank
Los Houston Angeles 111 12 .42.1kt Chamberlain who notched 36 Doubles Brown-Brown defeated -year old event, surprised the One boat sank, another The next two boats the first
Four False StartsThat New York AMERICAN LEAGUE It IS .406 GriffithColfry, 3-6, 6-2, Americans Wednesday by pilot sized while being towed C iriven by the Gardner brothers
Minnesota 12 f .571 &-3; Hansen-Delony defeated Du- ing three of the first nine boats Coast Guard vessel and 13 others -"md the second by George Pero-
was the year of four false starts in the 100-yard dash Baltimore 12 It .S4S il of
the finish line. J Miami, were disqualified
Chicago 11 IISO* Tire Rodeo pree-<:;oIslick, 6-4. 6-4. across in a field of 35 were disabled
before he could i
Glass 70 yards pull
and on the last one New York M 11 at Girls Matches Leading the way for the Brit- in the rough 162nauticalmile for J missing checkpoints.This .
out, be failed to qualify at all in an event-GHS Los Angeles S -450 i
up.'Then, worn Washington 12 JOt Old automobile tires will set Singles Rheua Stakely defeated -shers was Max Aitken, son of crossing. allowed Allan Brown and
thought .it would pick up five sure points a victory.No Cleveland Detroit 11, It 14 .417.333 the stage for an auto tire rodeo Ann Lindner, 3-6, 6-0. 7-5; l Lord Beaverbrook of the London Abbott, 45 year old racing I rake Trotter of Miami, who

recounting of past GHS track exploits would be complete Boston Kansas CityStandings 1 1 II U JC om+* at the Boys' Club at 4 Pat Fuller defeated May Alsop, 'Express. He finished third five :skipper and fishing boat captain:'ame across next in a 23-foot
without adding the names of Guinn and Miller as the 'Canes of Include only g rpes between pan tomorrow. The tires will 6-0, 6-2; Heidi Hansen defeated :minutes behind Abbott for millionaire sportsman Ogden I]formula, to claim fifth place.pu .

1961, Behind Merrill Moore and Marcus Jones make a new Include mater games league aganst:learns minor and do teague not be available at the Boys' Club ,Kay Coslick, 6-1. 6-0; Marsha Two brothers, R. E. and C. E. :Phipps of New York, moved upii > Jackson of Miami was sixthn
bid for Individual and team honors in that sport. teams er -B Yesterday's- games. Results and boys may select tires for Laite defeated Kathy Kennedy. I'Gardner of Sussex, finished :from third place in the home another 23-feet F.....
St Louis S. New York (A) 4 the competition. Charles Dobbs, '6-2, 6-2; Beverly Haile defeated'fifth but were disqualified for :stretch to win in the elapsed Jack Manson of Mtvai was
We are iadebted to Gall in more."a)'. than one, today. It is Chicago Cleveland(N 14>,7.San Boston Franchco i 'program director, said today Mary Kubricht, 6-1, 64)) missing a checkpoint Roland'time of i hours, 54 minutes, 50 seventh: William and Jtfc. Wish-
rcfmhiir ,to !too* that 13-year-old AmericaD"girls do have an Let Angeles (A) 7 Hawaii PCL 2 I that a 'large number of boys Doubles Stakely-FuHer defeated -Watts of High Wycombe was :seconds. tick of Scarcdate, N.Y. were
sourest ia tons other than the Beatlef Philadelphia New York'IN 11),11.Los Kansas Angeles City(t N) "A* 4 are expeeied compete in this Lindner-Alsop, 6-1, 6-4; ninth. The Earl of Lucan was Driving the Ford-powered 31- ighth, Ronald Watts of England

And Gayk I promise to be mere careful.,You just keep on Pittsburgh Minnesota S.11 Houston Los Angeles 4 (N) *81 activity which is one of many Hansen-Laite defeated Kennedy- in second place for a time before I foot Bertram Rumrunner, Abbott was ninth and Howard Weiler o!

_eadfflg every day and see. Baltimore t i.Washington( 1Mttwaufcet I ....w. held during Boys'" Club Week. Coslick T, 620.- his boat broke down. passed Aitken first and .Tiaml was 10th.


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18 Gainesvillo Sun ursdoy; April 9, 1964

TOPS NIGHT OWL 0CC: lau.mGOLF Minnie Minoso Survives F,* ,?;,,.*?,

Fires 630 All OUNCe OF Baseball's Unkindest CutBy


1Jt N01'* GK'OUNDINeI THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ington, hitting .229 in 103 games. and Ron Locke.
MV CLIJBNEADOtt-n Minnie Minoso, a 41-year-old While, Minoso was added to Other players cut: I
Cy Kopecky of AFROTC led Thomas, had a 603 on 168-234-'ant 521. FAIRWAY. Z AVOID IWO graybeard who possibly has the roster, three players were Houston-Pitchers Jerry Mo- I
the!Night Owl League at Palm 1201. Jack Harris, S & C Tile and Big SeriesBrown's .l POt6.t;. AGGRAVATIONSACCIPfcMT ;. Tom rawski and Dahl outfielders I
NDVlN THE SALt. BV been shaving almost that long, cut-pitchers Hoaglandand Jay -
954-949-981 "
Lanes last night with a 630 Terrazzo, had 594. Kopecky's 235 rolled "' At ADDRESS has survived baseball's unkindest Bob Guzek and catcher Ivan Murrell, John Pacior'ekand
series. He rolled games of 214- was best game.WilliamsThomas. 2954 while Gold Coast Restau- S: /' 01? 511j INGr THE ewe I cut. Gary Mykkanen.The I Howie Goss and infielder
Williams- rant had a 1019 high game. -TAKEAWAY. '
181235. Frank Palka, registered .
As the White Sox Ernie Fazio.
New York Mets
made by Jerry -rHIABSENCE OF
3033 on 97610231034. PittsburghPlate Splits were ;
.. 5-8- INTEQPgggNc1:/IN TURN} trimmed their roster Wednesday cutting first baseman Bill New York YankeesPitcherTom
Stuart Ginny's Hairstylist,
Glass had 3018 105--989- ,
on ENABLFf Me 1'0 STAR'S to get down to the opening Haas, picked off the Los An- Metcalf, outfielder Elvio
Riverland 979. AFROTC hit 3011 on 977- 10; Magi Roberts, GiMy's.5-6; MY SWIN& THE SAME
Jimenez and catcher Bill Mad-
10251009. The 1050 by Pitts- Betty Olson, Old Milwaukee, 4- WAY eveRYfIM6. day limit of 28, Minoso was geles Dodgers' roster last win-
burgh Plate Glass was best 7-10; Tillie Ehrig, Holiday Inn, -t'HO 11" MORE: signed to a contract for his 14th ter in a special National League den.Milwaukee
6-7-10; and Dot Nero, Gaines- { p1FFICL8.r 1"0 'ywm & season in the major leagues. draft designed to aid the Mets Pitchers Ron
Meet Set game. fROM AN UNGROUNDED Generally presumed to be Piche Frank Funk and Dan
Splits were made by Paul ville Gas Co., 5810. '. PC6I110N,YOU SACK and Houston Colts. Haas hit .322 .'
GWtN'WIU, SE MORE older than his announced 41, in exhibition games. Schneider.
Burick, Johnson & Faris, 6-7-10; f\.UeNl" AND coN515TEN1 I
TJie annual Riverland Conference Minoso will be back for his
and Bob Brown, Central Florida ONCe YOU DEVELOP: The Mets also cut outfielder Philadelphia Pitcher Gary.Kroll :
track meet will be run offat.4:30 Office, Supply, 57. RebelsWiri.FiveWay THE 1'eCHNIQU third tour with the White Sox, Duke Carmel, infielder Pumpsie and first baseman Costea,
; p.m. tomorrow at the this time as a spare outfielderand Green and pitchers Dick Selma' Shockley.
University of Florida_ track. 532 Series I the club's No. 1 pinchhit.ter. -- -.--' --- -
Bfbnson, defending champion Liz Elleman rolled 193-173-166 He had been working out ;,e ) i ,
will be a heavy favorite to -532 in the Florida National with the White Sox as a free
repeat. The Eagles will be led Bank Coffee League at Palm agent
by Bill Campbell and Bill Schos-: Lanes. -Jeanne-Leland-had -528 Track Test 1 The White Sox first acquired

sler, weight and sprint .stars, and Betty Olson 488. Mrs. Elle- Minoso from Cleveland in 1951,
and strong relay teams. man's 193 was best game. ultimately traded him back aft-
All Riverland schools will Bed Pennies had a 1794 series BRANFORD Santa Fe er the 1957 season, reacquired
compete. Others include Cedar and a 633 high game. Tess Maa- won a five-way track meet by 'Rtef him from the Indians following

Key, Hawthorne, Bell, _Taylor aro made the 6-7-10 split posting 79 points to 72 for Bran- 'fA'coR! tf a- the 1959 campaign and then --. ,- -
of Pierson and Melrose. Dottie Davis, Bank of New- ford, 59 for Lake City, 33V4 for traded him to St. Louis in 1962.
r. berry, had 134-175-19S-507 in Lake Butler and 22% for Cross -' r E.r. Last year, Minoso was at Wash a

the Triple Tumblers loop at -
EBanquetSetlAt Palm Lanes. Her 198 best City.The .. .
was Take up-the 36 months to i pay -
Rebels took first placesin i .. .
a. game. Shirley Padusnak, Chand- c _.:N"ICUIK..UI3 J::': I at ew low discuntpekes. .
four events. Sandy Leatherwood Fum't e A* ": ctUl'@rs Sample -
er's, had 486 and Shelby Goode Howe. r..lh Main St. at South
LincolnA the hurdles in I
high .
won 13th St.
S & S Cleaners, 841. I II
Paulson the shot
:15.7, Laroy Registration Set SaturdayRegistration
'- banquet honoring Lincoln ,I Best Game put with a toss of 43 feet 41h No wonder .

High School's football team is Bank :of Newberry totaled inches and Warren Buck took, of the University sity of Florida Golf Associatiowill Louis Seafare shrimp _: ._\;. .; -- : -
; ;
the at 5 feet 10 : :
high jump
set tonight at the schooL The 1357 and Chandler's had a 498 the vault 11 fee t; of Florida Junior Golf Association be at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday:, tastes so goodtheycook :.
event will start at 8 pjn. in the best game. Deanna Hart, S. E. and pole will take place from 7:30- April 16, at the pro shop. it just like
school cafeteria. Sapp Real Estate, made the 5-10 6 inches. This group is open to at
coach Helen Other first places went to I 8:30 ajn. Saturday at the UF they do their chicken!
-Jake Gaither, football split, Farnsworth, Bankof students, staff and alumni of th
al Florida A & M University, Newberry, 5-8-10; and Hope Lord of Cross City in the 100-()(), course. UF. The meeting will be a discussion Call them: FR 2-6311 r

will be the speaker. Gaither has Stringer, Butler's Radiator yard dash, :10.4; Barrs, Branford .: The JGA will be open to all on official handicaps. 309 North West 13th St
cached the Rattlers to numerous Service, 5.10.Phyllis mile run, 5:01.0; Lake: staff and faculty and students'
Negro national football Wright of Busch Ba- City, 880-yard relay, 1:36.1; childrens ages 715. Registration ."
clowns and undefeated seasons. varian topped the UniversityCity Mangle, Lake City, 440-yar( I fee is $10. Conrad Rehling Vanderbilt basketball coacl ;., .
-Jesse Heard, Terrier coach, Women's League at Palm dash, :54.6; Lord, Cross Ctiy', will teach the course for the Roy Skinner formerly coache( -
will present awards to his grid. Lanes with a 555 set. She rolled low hurdles, :22.0; Hagan' junior golfers. the Paducah Junior Coll e g.. -11
d rs.jTeam. 183204168. Elma Newman, Branford, 880 yard run' B8 PROOF STRAIGHT WHISKY.ANCIENT AGE OIST. CO, FRANKFORT.America's ,KIT,
Next of the Univer- in
First Federal, had 534; Fran 2:11.3; Lake City, sprint med. meeting team Kentucky. :
Taylor, Brown's Texaco Serv. ley relay, 2:13.5; Wolfe, Lake z
Agrees ice, 532; Gwen Dulaney, Gold City, 220-yard dash, :23.4; F IMMEDIATE REQUIREMENT <: :
Coast Restaurant, 531 with a Allen, Branford, discus throw
jOn Atlanta 221 high game; Bette Sprow, 128 feet; Mangle, Lake City
Coca- la, 530; Jeanne Leland, broad jump, 19 feet 6 inches;
Old Milwaukee, 525; and Val and Branford, mile relay,
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Thursday, April 9, 1964 Gainesville Sun 13

And WhitehouseTo h S.tz } Club ;Tourney Nearing. I

Co-Captain Swim TeamSandy .5 Medal play starts the championship ''\5. Bayard Storrp Jim Mo, Jim'Herman, Roy Green vs. J. George Ellis. --

f flight off Saturday and I I Cachren vs. Ray Moseley, Howard -, W. Davis, R. V. Moseley vs Fifth Right
Sunday in the annual club championship McKinney vs. Bill Patton,, Watt Kirkpatrick, Kim Wiles vs. Pairings -Jim Burns vs. Joe
Chandler of Hollywood; swimmers, but are leaders and bert (Tampa), Richmond Har- I
at the Golf and; John Merrill, Bob Head, Joel McCoy vs. Walt Shipp Herb Stevens vs. Bill1Combs
tourney Shirley vs.
and Ray Whitehouse of Jacksonvile represent the best in character. man (Winter Park), Charles '
Neb Anderson Bob
I Aller, Jerry Rudderman vs. Ed vs.
Country Club. I Tom Hanssen vs. Elmer Boer
) have been elected to co- King (Ft. Lauderdale).
captain the 1964-65 Universityof Chandler attended South ,. ..rr All other fights will be determined -.ner, John Crago vs. Sher r ill Woodward, John Fain vs. Bob Saunders, George Montgomery..
Also, Charles Laub (Cincinnati Y Edmonson Clayton. vs. Jim Scott, Joe Lichter..vs.Bill .
and Mickey -
Florida swimming team Broward High and Whitehouse via match play. First- Teague
head coach Bill Harlan announced -i I;went to Landon. Ohio), Alan Lauwaert round matches will be deter vs. C. A. Pound Jr. THIRD Flight MacDonald Henry Grayvs.

today. I Words Of Praise (Jacksonville), Jerry Living- mined by Sunday, second round Second Flight PairingsH.. K. Wallace vs. Marvin Gresham, David B.

They replace one of the great.I:: Harlan also had words of s I ston (Jacksonville), Bill Olinger by April 19, third round, Ap- Pairings Red Dulaney vs. Paul Selle, Henry Barber vs. E.!Smith vs. Jay Weber NelsonReeves
est swimmers in Florida history praise I I for Livingston, who re (Gainesville), Lansing Price ril 26: and the finals May 3. Rip Van Winkle, Bev Waters vs. W. Jacunski, Grier Kirkpatrickvs. I. vs. Al Ray HowardElectrical

Jerry Livingston of Jacksonville ceived the Most Outstanding I(Miami), Jim Roos (Hialeah} Bill Etheridge, club pro, said Brooks Shumaker, Bob Co -
a three-time allAmerican Swimmer award this season at and Ray Whitehouse (Jackson- E'frM the 16 players in the champion!I wan vs. Bob Black III, Jim

swimmer who achieved the Florida. ville). Managers awarded let. ship flight would wind up third I Eight Schools Brown vs. Chris Whitlow, Fred F

most national success ever en- "Jerry did a great job as, ters were Mark Valenti and CHANDLER and final rounds on Saturday, Stringfellow vs. Cecil Wester.
joyed by a member of a Gator swimming captain this year and:"Frank Anderson. Swim Co-Captain and Sunday April "18-19. Will CompeteAtBranford Jim Swartz vs. Paul Bergman':,

swimming team.Whitehouse certainly his record of being a Qualifiers in the championship I J. E. Pierson vs. Jim'Million.; Yard & Garden Lighting.
_ and Chan dler three-time swimming allAmerican 'I Williston Voc alional Fourth Flight !
Topsi flight include two former 1 Dick I ResIdent; w Ccmmerc.al J
Ts&eTflecled Pairings
by lettermen mem. is something which can't !I Stephens vs
champions, Ed Stephens and .
boss of the team Don Cross, Burt Woodward Industrial 1
swimming be topped, Harlan said. vs
I Frank Miles, two I schools
junior players BRANFORD Eight '
*|ho were also announced by Swimming lettermen for 1963- Lincoln Mark to 4-0 John Mahon, John Baldwin \s. CALL '
i Scrafford and i I here tomorrow
Jay will compete :
Harlan. Irvin Robbins, Dick Sanders
64 are: vs; C. P. Dressier .
Armour, and several of the j jcity's in the annual Branford I
5 .I think the squad made a Sandy Chandler (Hollywood), 'night Bill Zeanah. Charles Webb \'s.
The Dawson. the i Electrical Contractor
Meet choice in Whitehouseand Jerry Chaves (Miami Beach), WILLISTON Fighting top golfers over years. Relays. Wendell Clardy, Tom Elfe vs.:
Chandler," said Harlan.>'Bill Corbin (Ft. Myers), Dick Tigers of Williston Vocational The winning run came in the The championship flight qualifiers I Teams that will take part in- Ray Lohr, M. Clarkson vs. Joe' Phone FR 6.6193

They are not only outstanding!Farwell (Pensacola), .Rod Hub-I High School ran their record to fifth. Scott beat out a bunt, are: clude P. K. Yonge of Gainesville Silverman, Alex Robbins vs.i 910 N.W. 4th St.
4-0 with a 4-3 come-from-be- stole second, went to third on William Thomas Jr., Clayton!i
-- 1 I hind baseball win over Lincolnof an error on the throw by the Hawk, Dr. Winston Summer- Perry, Lake City, Santa I
Fe Chiefland, Jennings, Jasper,
Gainesville yesterday. second baseman and scored on lin, Gordon Bullock, Gerry 1 i
FRED LEWIS'S I I The visiting Terriers scored Jackson's long fly. Green, Marc Edelstein, Ed 0'- and Branford. I

I all their runs in the first inn- Williston will play Mebaneat Kelley, Bob Cook, Norwood i! The meet will start at 7 p..m.I PA Y ..
= LOCKER ROOM I ing. Bradley opened the game Alachua tomorrow in its next Hope, Whitey McMullen, Dave I:on the well-lit, asphalt track 1H'f M ORF
i i with a triple, scored on a hit by game. Lincoln will play at Lake Fuller and Ben Franklin. !!!at the high school. I
3562 N.W. 13th St. 37 -9191 T. Edwards who came in on City tomorrow. I
I a double by C. Edwards. Louis' First Flight I P K. Yonge and Santa Fe appear GET
; (OLD OTNANNY) single scored C. Edwards. Lincoln' ab r b Williston ab r li. Pairings Jack Vidal vs. to be the teams likely to
Bradley 2b 411 Scott 3ti 3 1 J
I Williston came back with two Brooks. ts 400 Jackson cf 300,Ralph Scrafford, Hal Wallace!I:battle for honors. I
':. Edwards Ib 4 I 2 McClendonb' 3 0 C ..
Z NOW OPEN in the second on a walk to Hun- C. Edwrds cf 4 1 2 Young, ss 300 I
!i ter, triple by Terrell and sacrifice Fox rf 400 Hunter. If 310
Louis If 401 Terrell 2b 313; ENJOY FLORIDA LIVING IN A
i' fly by Dawson. The Tig- Robinson 3d 4 0 2 Patterson, rf 201 IMONEYINo
Faulkner c 401 Dawson, c 311
tied it in the fourth on a
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20 Gainesville Sun Thursday, April 9, 1964 '

I Bream Fishing Up, Bass Holding Steady in Area.i= i,

"I love any discourse of Catches of bass coming in mouth of Silver Glen SpringsRun "moon up-moon down. The conditions are favorable do The SOLUNAR TABLES will I i

rivers, and fish and fishing." during the past week were on Lake George. kWgam sun was brought into his calculations we find those unusual days find these times for you and, p

(Compleat Angler, Izaak Walton Johnny McGilvrary's, 4 (up to THE TACKLE BOX REPORT and gradually he when we have good sport more important, will tell you ; i
). 5 pounds) on an underwater Willard Stanford's 12- A .,. learned to forecast, a year in pretty much all day long. in advance just what time of : j
GENERAL PawPaw Monday (Johnny relates pound, 13 ounce lunker took advance, a schedule of Solu- Stormy weather, a falling each day to expect them ; 1
By and large, speck fishingis he lost two "moss the monthly prize for March. nar Periods that comes surprisingly barometer, unfavorable tem- Thus, with the help of your j

down, bream fishing is up, backs" on the same lure. He This fish also continues to close to the true peratures, these and many SOLUNAR TABLES, it is I
and bass fishing is good and was fishing the north end), lead in the overall 1964 schedule, as evidenced by fish more unco ntrollable factors possible to plan your days .
holding steady. Saltwater fish- and Bob Huggins' 5 (up to S contest. Bass photographed 117tH and game themselves. will ruin the fishing or the afield so that these times :

ing continues to improve. The pounds) on Tuesday. Robert during the past week were a ,, I ., When he first began his ob- shooting and little can be done will not be wasted. Believe :
Spring Turkey Season is fast Hill also took a nice string 6% pounder by John Fisher f CIenMStokes servations of working of the about itHowever me, it pays to keep track -

drawing to a close. Sunday, fishing the east side over the (caught in Newmans Lake, on ? Solunar Theory, he knew onlyof there are timesof of the daily Solunar Parade. ;
April 12, is closing day. Shoot- weekend. Largest bass en- 01' Jim's Black worm, on 4-2); the two feeding and activity each day when the qual- Keep a tight line, see a ':
ing continues until noon on tered to date in Johnny's a 10ft pounder by Sam Bass ) periods that occur daily ity of your sport, such as it lot of turkeys, and REMEMs ,
Sunday.AREA. fishing contest is a 9-pound, caught in Middle Lake, on a approximately at the times may be, comes to a peak. BER take a boy fishing! :: t
12-ouncer. shiner, on 4-5)); 9-pound, 9- when the moon is directly I .
that motor monofilament. But
that. Let's bring ,
+ ORANGE LAKE ouncer by Harry Merritt (on overhead or underfoot. These
JISHIN boat and trailer to the Gaines- don't use line that has been
Thomas Fish Camp Newnans Lake, on a topwaterPaw are what are now termed Ma- Frank Philpott's Sport Center
stored window sill
Speck fishing good to excel- Paw, on 4.5)10/) pounder area. on a exposed jor Periods. Unless weather
Fresh Water lent; bream fishing fair; bass by C .J. Brinson (in Water- ACSA MEETINGThe to the sun for the past conditions are unfavorable, I Who would like the 74th HUNTER FIBERGLASS FISHING ,BOAT .
LAKE LOCHLOOSA fishing good. Several limits melon Pond, on a shiner, on Alachua County Sports- three or four months. Sun can fish and game begin to show introduced by Frank Philpott
Lee-Mac's Fishing Lodge of specks came in during the 4-6)); 8-pound 9-ouncer by Jim men's Association will hold weaken monofilament. Nor- increased activity at these GET YOURS NOW
Speck fishing good; bream week. Arthur Holmes, Saunders in Lake their April meeting Monday, mally, fishermen don't haveto times and th's
past ( Orange on about affect- activity con- 10' . $155 12' . $225 13'3" 5195
fishing good; bass fishing Cecil Webb and C. R. and C. a shiner, on 4-6)); and a 7% April 13th at 8:00 p.m. at the worry sunlight tinues anywhere from an hourto 13 3" with steering $345 16' with steering $625
good. Robert Dickinson took C. Johnson were among those pounder by Herbert Vaughnin Buchholz Jr. High School Au- ing the properties of the .line as much as three hours
his limit of specks in the taking their limit of specks. ( Prairie Creek; on a blue ditorium. On the program for since much of it is in the water thereafter. 0 SPECIALS o .
bonnets in Little Lochloosa; Monday evening are color and little of the same partof
Bass fishing is picking up. worm on 4-6)).
Closer inspection however, 1963 14' Aluminum Beat and New
Mrs. James Powell took 33 Lloyd White took his limit of C. J. Brinson's lOVi pounder films on fishing, boating, the the line is exposed for longon revealed that there were daily 1964 3'/ -H.P. McCulloch Outboard Motor . $199
specks. Nice shellcrackers bass (averaged 3% 4 pounds) emerges as the month's leader. archery, and guns. The films reel while fishing. intermediate and
are being taken from the bedsin in a couple of hours early Best selling bass baits are will be first-up on the agenda, HUNTING AND FISHING feeding 1964 13'3" or 14' Hunter Fiberglass Boat and CCQC14H.P. ..
activity periods which occurred 1964 . ?* J
Big Lochloosa along the Saturday morning. White took No. 2412 Paw Paw No. 2 Hawaiian so bring the children.On TIPS about midway betweenthe McCulloch Outboard Motor

shoreline in Little Lochloosa, these on a silver spoon with a Wiggler and plastic tap for Saturday, April Beginning[ today a new and Major Periods and which North of Belk-Undsey's . .20 N.W. 14th Avenue
and in Cross Creek on worms. Hawaiian skirt. worms. 18th, is the annual spring different kind of sports fea- lasted "WHERE QUALITY SELLS ITSELF"

Roger Taylor and A. B. UNIVERSAL WELDING CO. outing dubbed Skills Day ture will appear in the Sun. hour. These, usually he termed, about Minor an PR. 2-5011 or FR 6-6193 __.
Campbell each took ,their SANTA FE LAKE this year. There will be free In SPORTSMAN'S DIGEST,
REPORT Periods. While Open 5 to 6 Mon. thru Fri., 9 a.m. to 6 Saturdays
Fish they are p.m. p.m.
limit of bass in Orange Lakeon Shipman's instruction by "experts" on readers will be offered a full
Leon Brinson reports that shorter than the Pe- HOME OF HUNTER FIBERGLAS BOATS .
bream '
yellow Hawaiian Wigglers Speck fishing fair; rifle and pistol shooting; arch- year-round guide and hand-
bass fishing was off ,at the riods and it
along the shoreline. fishing good; bass fishing ery; and spin, bait, and fly book on outdoor sporting.SPORTSMAN'S pays keep --- -. --
LAKE TARPON good. Speck fishing has slow south end of Lake George over casting. DIGEST Is track of them. "Minor Periods" -
ed down in Little, Santa Fe, the past weekend. Speck and be does NOT mean that "
Cypress Fishing Lodge Following this com- illustrated and packed with CAMP
Blue catfish up to 7 poundsare but picked up in Big Santa bream fishing was little better petition for cash prizes in all valuable informa t ion for these are periods of INACTI- CROSS CREEK i

being taken in numbers Fe. Bream fishing is good with taken.only small catches being of the above categories. Climaxing sports lovers of all ages and VITY. Quite the contrary Is I Block Boss Speckled Perch Brem .'

from Brooker Creek; the bait with shellcrackers extra goodIn the day will be a bar- specialties. Included are inter- true.Of I
Blue gills and shellcrackers course, we all know that 60,000 Acres of FJoridq's Best Fishing Water
worms. Bass fishing is fair. Little Santa Fe. Bass are beque chicken dinner. A timetable esting sidelights on every kind
Devils hitting again. For the ,dock should begin bedding this is Instruction efcrly morning and late eve-
F-109 for the
best baits are day of wild and domestic animal,
weekend with Gas and Oil Modern Trailer ParkRestaurant
word thatit the new moon.. ning dawn and dusk are 6 .
Horse, Creme's black worm, fishermen, comes 10:00: A.M. topflight hints on fish, tackle -
MEXICO times when fish and Free Picnic Area
is good at Shipman's. P.M. game are
and Bang-0-lure. CEDAR KEY Competition1:00 and bait as well as short
LAKE WAUBERGUF's ST. JOHNS RIVER Barbeque Dinner 5:00: cuts in camping. active. Those are normal diur- O Motors Camping Facilities
Lake and nal per 10 d s of activity, the Guides Ramp
Camp Wauberg ( George P.M. Written and illustrated by 0 0 Launching
Speck fishing poor; bream Lake Dexter) The Skills Day will be stag- Hal Sharp, SPORTSMAN'S DI- times at which the day shift 0 Tackle O Good Cabins

fishing fair: bass fishing Ormand's Jungle Den GUIF M ed at the Boulware Springs' GEST passes on to Sun read- comes off on and vice the night shift O Bait Good Boats _
good. Speck fishing is slow. Speck fishing good; bream Police Pistol Range. ers Mr. Sharp's expert know- lays or versa. Ice
best bet is along bonnets. fishing good, bass fishing fair. '63 MONOFILAMENT FOR ledge of the numerous methods No need for SOLUNAR TA-

Bream fishing Is picking up Speck fishing Is improving. Fishing continues to im- '64 FISHING and means toward better BLES to anticipate those two Call 481.2437 Write Box 311, Hawthorne, Flo' ..

.best bet is moving along Bream fishing, includ I n g prove both from the dock When preparing tackle for enjoyment for -hunters and times of day. However, all Enjoy Our Famous Food, Fresh From The Lake
bonnets. A lot of bass are now shellcrackers, Is Improving and boats. Speckled trout, the upcoming fishing season, fishermen. He writes terselyand of us who fish and shoot know
State Road 325 at Cross Creek
being taken; however, mostof good catches have been com- drum, sheepshead, mackerel, fishermen should inspect and simply, providing clever that there are times be-
these are yearlings. Larg- ing in. Bass fishing is slow and yellow tails are being service their monofilament ly-drawn illustrations pointingout tween dawn and dusk or Mac & Nell McCoy Operators

est bass taken during the past but these bass coming in, are taken from the dock; blues line. Here are some tips on errors and how to correct dusk. and dawn when the
week was a 6pounder. Best large. Largest during past are being taken from the the subject from Edwin H. them. fish feed actively and when I ----

bet for bass is the shoreline. week was 10%. boat. Keller, marketing managerfor SPORTSMAN'S DIGEST is there is plenty of game in the 18-Fr. Boat

best lure plastic worms. SHELLS SUPER SERVICE RANDOM CASTS. Du Pont's "Stren" fluor- an obvious boon for the beginner. feeding covers. It is LOOK! OFFSHORE FISHERMAN
NEWNANS LAKE E. University) Report AND SHOTS. escent monofilament fishing For the veteran, min- these times that the Solunar 0MURRAY
McGilvray's Fish Camp Huey White reports that Deer Released on line. ute difficulties, often ignored schedule will find for you if TRAILER
Speck fishing fair; bream shellcrackers are biting well Golf Hammock All monofilament line will will be highlighted to show you will give it a chance to do

fishing fair; bass fishing in Lochloosa around Loch Word comes from Bob take a "set" if left on a reelor how even the slightest miscalculation so.Another O
good to excellent. Best bet loosa Springs; red breasts Brantley that six deer were spool for a long period. can ruin the fun thing we know is g/ Electric Starting
for specks is drifting in open channel cats, and shellcrackers recently released on the Gulf "Set" simply means that of a day's sport. that we ao not have good fISh- MOTOR

water. Bream fishing is pick- are doing well on the Och- Hammock Wildlife Manage- monofilament takes the shapeof Every sportsman has some ing or good shooting every
ing up best bet is the lawaha River out of Gore's ment Area by the Game and the object on which it is irksome problems that need day we go out. Only when all ,;

northwest shoreline. Bass Landing (near Ft. McCoy, up Fresh Water Fish Commis- wound. Fishermen wishing to answering. Maybe it's a prob- Complete Only 445

fishing is currently very good river from Eureka bridge); sion. use last year's line this sea- lem of getting the right para- POR1SMAN5DIGEST _

best bets are the north and shellcrackers were biting The release of these deeris son can remove this "set" phernalia or maybe it's justa
end, east side and south end. well over the weekend at the part of the Commission's easily by tying the end to a new way of doing things. 8y CONVENIENT TERMS

program of moving deer and stationary object, running off But whatever it is, SPORTS- a'*PAN CAN BE ARRANGED
turkey from areas with high the amount needed for fish- MAN'S DIGEST has the so- EASY CARRY

game populations (but closedto ing, and stretching it slowly. lution. It foresees the difficul- FOR
public hunting) and plac- When the pull is released, ties for you. Read it regularly NET FRANK'S MARINE
ing them in areas which are the line will recover its orig- and avoid the pitfalls that SEW RINGS TOP
accessible to the public. inal length-loop free-and beset the busy man who Tt) yd3o. 1031 S. MAIN ST. FR 6-7629

R These animals were trapped can then be wound back on must take his outdoor recre- VEST ____ __ __ _______ ___ ___ _______ ___n __
H from a ranch In Duval County the spool.A ation when he can. 0
which has an abundant deer "set" or loops can be THIS WEEK'S SPECIALGARCIA

population. They were given taken out of tapered leadersby THE SOLUNAR THEORY

numbered ear tags to record running them through a The Solunar Theory, upon MITCHELL 300
future migration, tranquilizersto small piece of rubber held which the SOLUNAR TA- ITHON3
prevent self-injury during between the thumb and fore- BLES are based, first came ....h: DRILL ROLE

transit, and shots of antibiotics finger, stretching gently at into being in 1926. Briefly, it \:: _) f A METAL nIN't REGULAR REELPRICE
to insure a healthy the same time. is simply an old bit of folk- '"/ WITH CAN BS LOOPS SEWN TO $34.95

.a start on their new range. As he is winding the line lore to which has been applied "A FISHING VEST
BASS CHAMPIONSHIP back on the reel, the fisher- the refinements of mod- OR JACKET TO SNAP NET ONTO,
First place in the U. S. Open man also should check it for ern science. Back in our As SHOWN ABOVE. LOCATE RING .t $1748

Black Bass Championship has nicks and abrasions. If he grandfathers', and our great- SO YET NET HAND ViCNT NET'S BE IN ELASTIC THE WAY CORD,

been taken over by Hal finds any, he should cut off grandfathers' time, the mar- WITH ITS SHOULPSVCARRy HAZARDS WITH EXTRA
Griffin, Jr., of Tampa, former and throw away the damaged ket hunters and fishermen had (sNAGGING BRUSH, ETC.), : SPOOL
Florida quarterback, witha portion of the line. learned that fish and game IS REPLACED BY A SI'WFIXED
catch 14 Twists be taken out of the WITH A SHORT LEATHER THONG I
weighing pounds can were most active when
} ., which he brought out of the a line by running it off the moon was directly overheador ED HOLE IN HANDLE'S END. "Cheek With Charlie"
Withlacoochee River near stern of the boat at low directly underfoot. Their Ip
Dunnellon, Fla. speed. No terminal tackle method of predetermini n g FOR NET SNAP REMOVE THE THE TACKLE BOX.
Griffin reports It took be- should be attached. To mini- these activity periods was ELASTIC' CORD SO fT CANNOT
tween 15 and 20 minutes to mize twisting be sure to usea quite loose but the fact remains 8NA6 AND SNAP BACK AT YOU.a Jn The Heart of East Gainesville Phone FR 2-1791

land on 8-pound test line with good rotating swivel or that the "moon up ----- -- -- --- --
spinning equipment He usedan moon down" rule did pay div-
lure.Don't ,
Takes Only One Bass artificial worm. The catch worry if the line has idends for them in fish and
was registered at Buddy's been exposed to extremelycold game.
Frank Philpott, Florida Relays Fishing Contest Camp. temperatures. Cold has Using this rule as a basis w- Maore's.SUNSPORTS

Chairman, congratulates Glenn Stokes, Sun Out Come on, area bass fishermen no effect on the tensile 1 for experimentation Knightsoon Jimmy .
door Editor, for winning The 14th Annual Florida we can do better than strength or breakload of a learned that there was
Relays Fishing Contest at Lake Kerr. The bass
--------- more to the problem than
weighed ID-pounds, 4-ounce and was taken on a I, :
yellow (No. 2) Hawaiian Wiggler with pork frog. FAMOUS OVERNIGHT ------ .

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p\ Tables ffi E '| fromEVINRUDE
Solunar 12 Hours Fishing Time You keep all your catch Starke Florida

Stewardess Aboard with Short Order Cooking I _

Anytime and Breakfast at Sun Up Large Sun . -. .
NN \ \ M tWrM Deck Plenty of Bait and Tackle. I "
SOLUNAR TAlUS PHONE 964-5791 .. .:. -
I y JOHN ALDEN KNCINTTt Boat Sails Wed. and Thurs., 8 a.m. Returns 5 i

printed IdIedule b low. of his Soluncr been taken Periods front as FshI. )" Tides I p.m. Leaves Fri. and Sat. at 10 p.m. Returns ---- --N_NN__N 1 "
John Alden Knfehtt SOUUNAR TABLES t:2: Next Day at 2 p.m.
Plan your diyt M Mat you will tt NewSportfour
rafting In good territory or hunting In .CEOAB KEY:
good cover during Maw time M you :
Write Call Florida's
wish to find the beet port that ant Tomorrow High at 11:45. p-m. Low or North Largest
tlu tt ':33 ajn. and t.M pm.Saturday 60hp
My to otter:
The Milor hrkacsa art known to boldfact High" at n.:".tjn. and CAPT. HEMBREE in Cedar Key Ph. 2061 MERCURYOUTBOARD
trot sun. Low at 7.07 .m and 7.11IfIoWft I
type. TntM begin' at tM tlma" I
and last tor hour and halt pjn.
an a ;
Sunday w High at 1:30 ejn. and 1:3 I I
two lieurtltter. Tilt DEALER
or MlfIOra.-: Low at 7:>> ajn. and 1.07 p-m.
Period known In regular type art of _
Monday High at 1:15 ajn. and Aa ideal ofiiharetrollcr
somewhat shorts duration.Use 1:5 Low i.0, 1.44 i
pjn. at a-m. and
EMttrn Standard tlmt. iI ,a rurged wed i
Tomorroy 323 ':21 3.50 1IM xm.Tut day High at 3 'ajn. and I.Mun. I BOATING BARGAINS GALOREI motor, and-a fast I II
Saturday 4:10 tlSS 4:40 tiltS Low at 1:3 ajn. and ':25 p.m. I famdy-cize package of:
Sunday 4.U 1h1S 5:30 1UIS Wtdnttday High at' 3:4< am. and I fun.A value.1 1I
Monday StS. '.25 lltll 3 P-m. Low at ':11 ajn. and 10:10 PJJV 12Ft. $17995 BOAT
r..e-1IY ':4 11:13 7:20 hIS Thursday w High at 4.42 a.m. and i I FI\.".... .. .
Wednesday 7:40 llM I.M SH 1.34 IUftLow at ':4 ass and. 11:11 i CUSHIONS
Thursday I:" 1111 t.20 J.Mpjn. I I
-- Fik. .rgless ... 23995 Coast Guard $86850 I

COBLE'S FISHERMAN'S CALENDAR I 12-Ft. $1 7995 Approved

Time ff Each Day. ToNa Who Fish lile Boot" AlumlnuM ,. let. II
14-Ft. $5.95 HIGHEST -



12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 I
t:::>> Ja::: >e .. .. >e New Mercury 850-85 HP 17 Foot Cutter $1 195
12:21 1:14 2:10 3.09 ":ot 5:10 609 7.03 I Regular $1,097 $ Regular $1,595 ,
r New Mercury 200-20 HP 14 Ft. Fiberglass
M time Is given in Central Standard tuna. Add one hour for the MARINE $3 $279.50
Ciicrn time tons; subtract one hour for Rocky Mountain tint; two Regular $429' Regular $319.
hours for Pacific time. In localities using daylight saving tuna add: !
one hour to time found Above. Copyright 1964 SALES SERVICE
221 E. University Ave.
Blacker the Fish Better the DIY for FUUnf I 516 W. University Are. FR 6-5701 l FR 2-3333 .


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Thursday, April 9, 1964 Gainesville Sun 21

Enforce Truancy, I British 1A9 t

; Election : I IReaders'

Laws Yawn AsksSTARKE This Fall ,

(See Earlier Story, Page 12)) [
Juvenile Judge unless he: is on school busi-' school children are seen wandering Request I I.r Prev. Close Components 1st Hr

Theron A. Yawn has called on ness; is accompanied by parentor about the county during LONDON (AP-Prime Minister I V
all law enforcement officers of guardian: has a written excuse school hours."Sometimes. Sir Alec Douglas-Home an- I 1-824.19 I IInduct.. I up 0.97

Bradford County to enforce the ; is on way to lunch or return a person 'under nounced tonight the British general (Th. following market Quotations I Rails I off 0.5V

laws on school truancy.In : or has completed the 10th 16," he wrote, "is encouragedto election will be held in the of. *the requested Sun financial specif page.Th.quotaSTOCK' LISTINGS IIII 138.07 I Util I unch
a memorandum, Judge grade. truancy by an older person tlons are furnished ,
Yawn stated that the Juvenile 2) File appropriate charges who owns or has access to a fall.A statement from the prime I here.benv) Murphey Investment Service .285.83 I Stocks I uncb

Court recently disposed of seven against any person over the age car in which the day may be minister's office did not set a ___ ..___ ,.. M .. .... ._ ... .. .. .. ..'I 5,390,000 I Volume I 1,430,000OVER
cases involving youngsters who whom have riding around date N1W UnA aL. UU l/ai; -_ 2.00 61V4 1 48 ooo uont Airline 28 up '
of 17 you reasonablecause spent aimlessly, precise but it is expectedto
STOCK EXCHANGE St. Oil Ind. ._ 2.00b 66% 46 800 Woolworth 81% 3 I .
committed offenses when they to believe may have en- or on trips to nearby cities-all be Oct. 8. up 81
should have been in school, and couraged a child under 16 to without permission of parentsor The statement said: Sterl. Drug .65 28% 40 100 RCA 36 off '
that charges against an additional -become truant from school. school officials. In such "In order to remove present Abbott Lab. 2.40 11m Texas UtiL 1.20 57 38 100 Am Mch Fdy 18% up %1- THE COUNTER
Allied Cern. 1.80 57 Textron 1.40 42% 37 300 Fairch Cam 301.. off 1%
five youths are pending."In This will include students over cases, the person over 16 may uncertaintities about the date of Amerada Pt. 2.00 78% i
case after case," Judge 17 whom you may find accompanying -be charged with contributing to the general election, the prime Am. Elc. Pow. 1.16b 42 Trans. W. A.__ 37%I Amer Stk Exch Active Stocks Alico Land _M_"'_, 7%
Yawn wrote, "we have found younger pupils. I the delinquency ct the younger minister thinks it right to inform 43 I Volume Close Change
Amer. Enka. 1.40a 70 [Union Amer Fidel Life
thaC the acts of delinquency He also asked all school principals -child, which is a criminal of. the country of his decisionnot Amer. Home 1.44a 66% Undo AhL.Pac.. 1.60a 41% 112 400 United Improv 2% up %, V 23%
charged to a youngster occurred to I fense." I ask 1.505 61% Amer Heritage 20%
cooperate by informing to the queen to dissolve -Amer. M. Fdy. .90 18% 48 700 Mohawk Air 9% up % -
while he was playing hookey.In all pupils in their charge of I'' In the memorandum, Yawn Parliament before the Armco St. ._ 3.00 73% War.Upjohn 1.0052% 34 600 Syntex Corp 81 up 3% Amer Nat. Ins. ._.._ 22%
many-instances the children the contents of the memoran. asked for complete and immediate -autumn. Atch. 1.20a 28 Lamb. .70 28% 31 700 Vtr Inc 8 off % Amer Pion'r Life ._.._ .6%
leave home in the morning on dum. I cooperation from all Worthintn. 1.50 .Hi 23 600 Alaska Air 7% unch Anheuser Bush -_......_._ 48%
Bauch Lomb. 1.20 35% ,
the Tpretext .of.going to school, Yawn further explained that law enforcement officers in Xerox .- 89% Anodyne _.._....._.__ 4%
but -never arrive there. Some the Juvenile Court has receiveda eliminating truancy and the Holland'sTax Baxter Lab. .36 24% Zenith __ 1.20a 83% Citizens Bank _._ 35
59 FUNDS &
go to school, but leave after ar number of complaints that problems which arise from it. a Also extra or extras Conn. Lt. & Pow 37%
rival. Almost invariably the -- Beech. Lf. S. 1.10 47% b Annual rate plus stock dividend INVESTMENT CO. Cowles Mag & Pb. ___. 13%
.80 64%
parents claim to be unaware of ReturnsNo My. Dun & Bradst ..._ 63%
Giant Store Brown Shoe 3.40 91% 'e Affiliated Fund _ 8.72 -
their child's truancy. Memory Declared or paid so far ,this Firs West. Fine. ..._..__ 16%
Brunswich 10% Life & 10.09
"The -best interests of the Capital gr.
year Florida Gas _.._.._ lUk
county that be Secret Cambell: S. _._ 2.40 38% f Paid in stock in 1963 Divers Growth -_' 9.92
require truancy esti- V V Fla. Nat'I. Bank _._ 60%
halted at on .e,.. The Juvenile ..1Ii Carter Pdt. _._ l.OOa 61 mated cash value on ex-divi Dividend Shares 3.71 Fla. Tel _....__.....__ 25%
Case J. I. 12% _____ 20.69
----- Dreyfus
Court--is prepared to employ -- dend or exdistribution date -
WASHINGTON (AP) Sen. Forrest Labs ___ 21
Cessna Air __ 1.00 28% ., _
whatever lawful measures J Spessard L. Holland, D-Fla., g Paid last year Fidelity Capit. V 11.65 Founders Life _.._..__.... 9%
I are! necessary, :to attain this I said today he will show his Ches. Ohio 4.00 70% fidelity Fund 17.77 Franklin Life _..._ 57U
Coas. S. Gas. 34% ODD-LOT TRANSACTIONS'Purchases Fidelity Trend _.._ 19.22Fund'ta
goat. i : federal income tax returns to Great Amer. V _____V V 15%
CBS l.SOb 45% Invest __ 10.82
Yawn then called' law officers
-on -
any newsman who has bona Groller ._. 44%
.. a Comb. Eng. ._._ 1.20 28% Short Sales 3.417 Income of Boston _.._ 8.37
to: fide reason for wanting to check Gulf Life _..__.._._ 54%
Cone Mills .80 16 Other Sales Inc. .. 9.80
: --- --- 462,123 Incorporated
l Take into custody and bring -
them. Herff Jones.- ..__ ......"
Contl. Airl. .40 28 Total Sales K-2 5.64
to the Juvenile Court child 465,540 Keystone
: -----
any But he declined to make Home Insurance __ 64
Cent Ins. 2.20 57 S-3 _.__ 17.03
between 7 and 16 years whom known how much he receives PREVIOUS DAY'SSTOCK Keystone Jax Minit Mkts. ......._ 5%
you find away from his homeor : from his law firm in Bartow. He Contrl. Dat. 86% MARKET Keystone S-4 -. 4.84 Kennasaw Life _._ 13%
r I Corn Pdts. 1.50 64% Advances ,...., Life Investors 20.30
school during school hours, said he feels this is a -- ? 551 LifeofFia.. .. 5
i matter, and is of no more personal pub- Delta Air. _._ 1.60 97% Declines --........r.................. -. 503 Life Stock Fund ',.... .. ..M 7.91 Lowes Company _._V 18%
fr DeL Steel .60 16% Mass. Inv. Stock ___ 16.25
Unchanged _.,
lic interest than would be the --- 289. Milgo Electron. __.._ 15
4 Emerson El. 1.00 42% Total Issues _ 1343, Mass. Inv. Growth ___8.68
amount other Mort. Ins. 30%
some senator Guaranty
CigaretteSales receives -
Fair Camra. .50g 30% Pioneer Fund 9.76
'w 4 from some business he Ne\f 1963-64 Highs 99New V Pacific Sw Air .____ 47%
Finanl. Fed. 60% 1963-64 Lows 23 Puritan Fund _.._ 9.68
Schlitz Brewing ._._ 48%
owns. Fst. Chartr. 1.97f 42 Putnam Growth ...._ 9.58
Rise 'I Secur. Life & Tr. .___ 59
Reporters questioned Hollandin
Fla. E. Cst. ._ 9% TV & Elec. 8.25
; ; connection with proposalsthat Food Fair .90 29% STOCK EXCHANGE Value Line Inc.V _..,_ 5.66 Southern Nitro. ____ 17%
; members Travelers Ins. _..__ 49%
of Congress disclose -
Scare Over f FMC Corp. 1.00 55% Wellingtonfund 14.98
their financial interests, Gen. Tele. .88 35% Aerojet-Gen .- 40
and in Analex Corp ._ __ 31%
regard to comments Ga. Pacific l.OOb 66% -
made last week Aqua Chem. ...,. ., .., ., 17 !
N rm turk iltwIALBANY in Florida by Getty Oil .10g 28% -- %I STOCK
Brailey Odham of Orlando, whois Grace Co. l.OOb 55% Aurora Plastics V 36% FLASHES I Iplements

N. Y. The Cancer ': ______ .-' Holland's opponent in the Heine Curt. _- .80 24% Barnes Engineer. 25 MARKET
; : scare among cigarette :- : democratic primary for nomination IBM _. 5.00 581% Butler Shoe _. 8 I

smokers is Just about over, the : : to the Senate. Int. Min. C. 1.80a 63% Chromaloy V 14 I 'NEW YORK (AP-The stock and drugs were gen

Department of Taxation and Finance Holland said he would have to Int. Tele. 1.00 59=% Cinerama _. V V 10% market remained on an even erally lower. Electronics and
reported today. study whatever a bill might be Jim Walter _- 1.00 33% Computer Sci 24%I keel early this afternoon despite building materials were mixed.
Tax commissioner Joseph H. offered for disclosure of Cutler Labs A 16% I
calling Kellogg .80a 43 the possibility of a nation The Associated Press averageof
Murphy released figures on the interests. Lehman Cp. 1.34e 30% Data Control __ 40Fulton % wide rail strike threatened for 60 stocks at noon was up .2

March yield from the cigarettetax Cflham brought up last week Litton In._ _ 1.98f 71% Inds. ._ ,, 9 Friday. Trading was fairly ac at 303.9 with industrials up .6,
showing receipts were off the question of conflict of inter Lone S. Cm. _. 1.00 22% Gen Develop 4% rails off .5 and utilities up .1.
only 0.5" "per cent from the same The new IBM System/360 contains a hierarchy of est in Holland receiving income Marsh Fid. 1.60 41% Mackey Airlines ._-- 7% tive.Although rail stocks were off The Dow Jones industrial average -

mojith last'yeah information storage devices to provide its, users from the law firm. He said that, Martin M. .---- ,, .. 1.00 19 Mead Johnson V 21% moderately on average, some at noon was up .80 to {
For February, cigarette tax with unprecedented memory power. Four: ,of these through "his connections," Holland McG. Hill .60a 37% Pac Nw Tel 23% leading carriers had steadiedand 824.99.

revenue was 18.3 per cent below units can be linked to System/360, to provide eight. could obtain legal businessfor Mead ,Corp ... r. 1.70 49 Philips .Elec. _._ 46% the loss for,the entire group 1 IBM recovered 4 points of recent1ossea. -
.l receipts of a year earlier; million characters of stored Information-each at the firm. He mentioned that Merck -- 2.00a 114% Redwing Carriers was not nearly as sharp. as on Up about a point

In January, recepits had drop. the direct command of a computer programmer in the firm represents Prudential Natl. Airl. _._ .80 51%' Rie Group _V 8% Wednesday. were Polaroid, U.S. Smeltingand
ped 4.7 per cent from January eight-millionths of a second. The System/360 hierarchy Insurance Co., which sells N. Y. Centl .50g 35% Sperry R. Wts. __ 8% Leading steels and motors Control Data.

I 1963. of memories also extends to external storage health insurance, and said that NIA M. Pow. 2.00 50% yntex ..,, .V... V ........._ 81 moved slightly higher. Airlines American Telephone and Jer.
Murphy estimated that the re.1 devices which make available billions of characters Holland had been against pro- Norfolk W. 6.00 128 Tampa Elec. __ 25% resumed their latest rally. sey Standard were among fractional -

action to the- surgeon- reneral'areport of-- information---- -____nn linked-------- tn__ the__._ rnmnnfer.----.r----- posed medicare legislation. No. Ind. P. S. 1.48 57V& Tech Measur. _ 19% Cigarette stocks, helped by gainers. Du Pont lost a
last Jan. 18 on the health Holland told reporters he did No. Nat. Gas 1.80 53% Twa Wts. V 24% another published report of point.

hazards from cigarette smokinghad not know whether the firm rep- Olin Math. 1.20 48% telspar .?,?..? ?,..-..9 gains in cigarette smoking ina Prices were mixed on the
cost the state between $3 resented Prudential. He said he from the decline American Stock
F.P.L. To Cut Electric Owens II. G. 2.50 99 recovery on Exchange.
million snd $4 million. telephoned the firm and was Pac. G & E 1.00 31% N Y S E Most Active Stocks the government health report, Corporate bonds were mixed.
The state tax Is 5 cents for a told it represented Prudential in Pac. LUng. ._ 2.40 59% Comp. Vol. Close Changes posted a string of gains. U.S. government bonds were un.

pack of 20 clg rettes. New York Power Rates by 5 Per CentMIAMI two small land transactions last, Pac. T & T 1.20 31 125 400 Chrysler 47% up 2% Nonferrous metals, farm im- changed to slightly lower.

City levies an additional tax of year for a total fee of $70. Pan Amer A. 1.20 80% 69 800 U S Steel 57% up Vi

4 cents_ a pack. (AP-Florida Power Florida Power serves 910,000 Holland has not practiced law. Parke Dav. 1.00 30% 67 800 Beth Steel 37% up % I -

& Light Co. will put into effecta since he came to the Senate. He Pennzoil 2.00 78% 64 500 Tex Gulf Sul 29% up 1% NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES, APRIL 8
S.E.C. Plans statewide 5 per cent rate cut subscribers, more' than 800,000 said he fets a fee, determined I Perkin El -- 43% 64 000 Transition 6 up % (c) New York Time

totaling $10 million for the next I of them residential, from the by the firm, on what it feels he: Pfizer __ ,80a 47% 63 500 Tenn Gas 21% up % High Low Close Net Chg. I II

Stock Exchange year starting May 1. Georgia line down the Florida is entitled to from business the! Phelps Dg. 3.00 74% 59 400 Dubois Chem 27% up %I 25 Rails . 135.38 133.63 134.23 off 1.07
east coast to Key West and, firm does for clients that he! Polaroid .20 165 56 100 East Air Ln 41% up 2%I 25 Industrial 830.67 819.75 827.01 up 3.64
Trade Announcement of agreement north to the Bradenton area on I brought to the firm when he was i Pub Sv. E. G. 2.60 75% 48 300 Bliss Ew 21 up 1%i I 5C. Stocks . 483.02 476.69 480.62 1.291

WASHINGTON (AP-The Securities between kt'L and the Florida the Gulf of Mexico. practicing.in Pure Oil __ 1.60 46% 48 200 Xerox 89% up 4=%.,j --up------!.

Exchange Commission Public Utilities Commission on Rayonier 1.00 38V
the rate cut was made In a Rexall -_ .50b 43%
announced it
place rigid controls on floor statement issued today by Robert Two UF Professors Warn Reyn MetL .50 41% YOUR MONEY'S WORTH

traders in the New York Stock H. Fite Jr., FPL president.Fite Rich. Merr. 1.00 46% .
Exchang? said this is the fourth reduction R C Cola _._ 1.20 61%

'announcement apparently since 1956, bringing total About Poor CurriculumsMIAMI ;Roy. Dutch -. 1.73g 43% ,

ended a long argument between cuts in FPL rates to 14.7 per I Searle Gd. .90 58% Savings Are No Longer Secret < .
the-exchange and the commission -cent. Outdated public school classrooms. Alexander -Singer 2.00 94% .i

T: which had criticized floor school curriculums geared to said. "The continuously updating Smith KIn. 1.20a 66% >.
trailing as "a vestige of the private :- The reduction was hammeredout only half the nation's school population -' teacher, aided by a'- Sou. Cal Ed. 1.05 31% \it' ...
in series of meetings during
a __ Porterthe
club atmosphere" that the last week in Tallanassee threaten to turn out "so- C qua 11y vigorous curriculum V By Sylvia ,, ; -:

marked exchanges years ago. :: between Fite, other top FPL cial cripples," two University of leader, is our grtntest hope." Late Morning

t&e proposed new rules, accepled -executives, and the full PUC,,Florida professors warned herein Letter from an "About to be security of money all her not advise breaking the law. Also -

by the exchange, would according to Boiling C. Stanley, i speeches last night.Dr. Hoffa Jl1rorTaulpercr N. Y. ListingAllis exposed financially wife"; own.There's i the odds are mounting rap-
jrtroker from trading
: absolutely nothing idly that you'll get caught and
PUC executive secretary. Kimball Wiles and Prof.
for-his personaLaccount while "Maybe you bring my wrong with this. A wife should I[ think exposure by the IRS
executingorders, for his Distribution of the rate cut William Alexander, both of the Gets Chal 19 Int Pap 33% problem up. I'm sure it must have the privilege of her own later would be a lot worse than

customers. -- among residential commercial College of Education, spoke at Am Air 48% Jones & L 75's affect many more of your readers nestegg just as her husband exposure to your husband today.

It normal procedure is fol., and industrial electricity users the annual convention of the As- Stiff Sentence Am Can 43% Kais Al 40% should. It can prevent more arguments New let's get some hard facts

lowed, the new standards would,, is to be settled after FPL submits sociation for Supervision and Am Cyan 61% Ken'cott 81% "It used to be that, an.Indi- than it can set off. straight.
formally adopted about May a new proposed "tariff" or Curriculum Development."The NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP- Am Mot 16Vs Us & My 79% vidual could have a 'savings ac Second, even if the report Interest income has been subject

15:nd would become effective: rate schedule."It explosion of knowledge Henry F. Bell, vice president of AT&T 138 Loch'd 35% count' tucked away and nobody 'showing the interest your savings to tax since the federal in*
30? 60 days after that date. has re d e fin ed the tasks of Am Tob 34% Lorillard 48% would know about it unless he account earned last year come tax -law was enacted in
the 100,000-member()()() International -'
will be about a 5 per cent schools," Wiles said. "Schools I Ampx Cp 17 MplsHon 120 chose to tell them. But as of has now exposed you to your 1913 a half-century ago. Thisis

Juice cut, pretty well across the: must begin to re-interpret learning Longshoremen's Association,: AnacondaArmour 44 MM&M 65 this year. with the loan com- I spouse, there are ways you can true whether you actually receive -
board," Stanley said. Of the 520 to live together. Rapid mobility -was found guilty Wednesday I 53% Mohasco 13% panics reporting your interestto .keep your'nestegg: secret in the the interest or whether it

May Soon Have million, about $4 million passeson ,makes it necessary for I night of trying to buy two, Babcock 63% Mons'to 72% the government and being future. is simply credited to your account -

to consumers, the company's people to learn to live with di- jurors' votes in a trial of James I IR. B&O 41% Mont Wd 37% forced to send out statementseven i You ran, for instance, do what .
Ebwcred Form federal income tax reduction versity." Hoffa on a conspiracy Beth Stl 37% Nat Dair 70!. on the no-mail accounts, :grandmother did jusJ4 hide The only thing new about tax
.. benefits, Fred Romig. PUC di- Educators estimate that know. charge. Boeing 45% Nat Dist 27% it looks like a married person your savings in*- that broken ation of interest on savings accounts -

Powdered grapefruit juice rector of finance, said in Talla- ledge is accelera'ing so rapidlythat Borden 73 N. Am Av 53% who has always filed jointly l sugar bowl behind the never- is that you're getting
may soon.become a new prod- hassee. by the year 2,000 there will Bell was the sixth person con- Brunswk 10% Penney 52% can't have a private account 'used pots and pans. You'll run little notices reminding you that

ucCon Jhe-.market It is being be 1,000 more facts to know as victed of tampering with the Cater Tt 61% PaRR 31 without the other knowing about I some risk of robbery, but since this interest income is taxable

market-tested now. The remainder of $6 million there are now, he said. jury in the 1962 trial of Hoffa, CelaneseChrysler 68% PepCol 50 it. And there are cases and circumstances !your savings will earn no interest income and copies of your notices

Developed by scientists of the will come out of company; Wiles pointed out that it is president of the Teamsters 47% Phil Mor 80% where this seems i you will need report to no are going to the IRS. The

U. S. Department of Agricul- profits. estimated that new biology Union Hoffa himself was sentenced Coca Col 127% Phil Pet 51% necessary."Do i one.V If the amount is large reason for the reports is that

ture's Research Service and I In 1963, Romig said, the company courses, for example, would be to eight years on the Com Ed 48% RCA 35 I enough to warrant the expense, over the years so many of you
others, the new powder dissolvesin had available for dividends charge. Con Edis 86% Rep Stl 45% you know any solutionfor you can rent a safe depositbox have not reported this interest
cold -water to make a nutritious -I after taxes $36 million. Most of 30 percent obsolete four years Cent Can 46% RevlonRey 37% [ this new problem this year? keep your cash there. You that the Treasury has been los

grapefruit juice with a this, he said, was plowed into from now and totally outdated Bell was acquitted of one, Dow Che 71% Tob 46% Ill be watching your columnfor can transfer your funds to a ing huge amounts in taxes. To
in 11
remarkably fresh flavor. expansion and improved equipment years. count in a three-count indict-] DuPont 261% St Reg P 35% your opinion." checking account on which you'll remedy this, Congress passed a
"Top priority for teaching. and u.s. Dist. Judge Answer to "About to be also interest and inter law in 1962 requiring the reportsto
Mrs. Susan C. Camp, nutritionist the company declaring a ment EAL 42% Sears 106 exposed earn no
with the Florida Agricultural ]-1.73 per cent dividend. Wiles said, "must not be the Frank Gray Jr. dismissed EJCodak 126% Sinclair 45%. financially wife": cept the bank statements which: you and the IRS on interest
Extension Service, says mastery of a field but the development another count for lack of proof. Firestone 41% Socony 70% .First, you've unquestionably come to your house. You can paid or credited In a year of

that storage temperatures required Two prior reductions cut rates of the skills of investigation -Bell faces a maximum sentence Fin P&L 74 Southn C 54%I pinpointed a problem bothering put the cash in U.S. savings $10 or more.

to preserve its quality by $5.2 million on Jan. 1, 1961, which enables the pupil of five years imprisonment Ford 54% Sperry R 18V>, millions of women the nation bonds; you need not declare You always have been required

have not been determined, but and $-1.1 million on Aug. 26, 1957. to continue to educate him- and $5,<
the scientists believe the product With the new cut this totals- self. ing was set for April 27. Frept SuI 37% StO NJ 86% wife (and a husband) to have bonds and pay the tax due on with other Income on joint or
"will need little or no refrigeration. -over S21 million. In a luncheon srech yester Frueh Tr 30% Studebak 8%, a secret nestegg. the interest until you cash In separate tax returns filed with
I Dollar figures on the fourth, day. Professor W'l'iam Alexander The 54-year-old New Yorker Gen Dyn 28% Swift 46%V The wife may build her nestS your bonds. the IRS. No new tax, I repeat

Especially prepared concen- reduction were not available.The agreed that there was f is free under $20,000 bond. Hi Gen El 87% Thiokol 16%I egg slowly by not spending an There are plenty of legal alternatives !-is involved.So .

trated grapefruit juice is whipped -' considerable la* bet w e M t* attorneys said they will appeal Gen Mills 38% U Carbid 129%.i of her regular personal allowance to saving in ways if your savings secret is
into a stable foam to make cicada's grating "son "' diwwerv o' f'PW low11 Gen Mtrs 81U Unit Airc 48%I or she may save $1 here which earn reportable interest I out, brazen it out. If your husband

th .powder. The foam is push- is produced only by the mal and its application in the na Goodrich 59:% Un Fruit 22M I or $5 there from the grocery alI -income for you. I yelps, talk back on your
ed'lhrough: a press in spaghet- of the species. This once lion's classrooms."I The world's largest lake in GoodjT 44% US Steel 57H I lowance. She may treasure this You also could of course, right to a nestegg of year own.
ti-like strips onto a moving belt prompted the ancient G reek can personally think of no I volume the Soviet Union's Greyhnd S6;. Univ MatWestgEl 13 I secret fund so she can finance break the law and not report! If you want to hide your nest-

and dried in a stream of heat- Xenarchus to quip: "Happy are certain way to eliminate the la Baykal contains more water' Gulf Oil 55% 35%I a splurge now and then or buy the interest to the Internal Rev egg in the future, forfeit the
combined content of Int Harv Winn Dix 30 her husband a surprise gift enue Service as you have donein interest and then you'll have no
ed ,air. The dried strips are cicadas' lives, for they all have between the discovery of new r than the 70%
Len ground into powder. silent wives." knowledge and its dissemination I North America's Great Lakes. Int Nick 76% Woolwth 82%I or she may just want to have the past but I definitely] do income to report


22 Gainesville Sun Thursday, April 9, 1964
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LIVESTOCK I 4, Too Much Eating Makes I

Gilclirist County MARKET Down. ;' to EarthIn I

Agent's Corner With all slaughter types Levy' County Wallflowers Or No Flowers I

!steady to 25 cents higher, the I i
Gainesville Livestock Market!
JIM YELVINGTON I j By HERVEY SHARPE I offsets from the parent bulb and between the scales of the cut
By reported a good cattle sale this
week.A : By LEONARD COBB r. Agricultural Extension Service plant them. Under Florida clim- pieces in about four weeks.
Agricultural Extension Service
I Agricultural Extension Service The amaryllis is like some ate it will take about three years These will be ready for pottingor
light hog sale was reported,! 'debutantes both must watch I before the offsets reach flowering planting after one growing

NOTE TO PEANUT GROWERS'cessive contamination of cloth- with. grade hogs selling stronger. There is a saying "Only fools' fields will be around June 2025. their diets if they are to be size. But in the meantimethe season and should bloom in two I
The No.1 grade was 95 cents This just Of weather could "mother" bulb I
predict the weather. course, changethe beautiful. I will furnish or three years.
ing prolonged contact with
Careful attention to 10 efficient the skin. over last week, and there wasa might apply also to those who outlook. But generally it However, the situation is more you with color. In seed propagation, harvest

production practices in grow. Before spraying or dusting good demand for feeder pigs would attempt to predict the will be a fairly long marketingseason acute with the bulbs than with In addition to offsets, you can the seed pods after they turn
which sold to &50.
ijg peanuts be the easiestway up $ watermelon vegetable acre- prices permitting, end- the maidens because too much
may pets, be sure the pesticide is or propagate amaryllis by seed and yellow and begin to break open.
for Gilchrist peanut grow4s -:labeled for such use. Always I A total of 919 head ,of cattle age or the outcome of any crop. ing around July 10. food will not even produce a by cuttage. Next dry the seeds for a fewdays
to increase their income. .and calves was sold at the local Nevertheless it becomes necessary "wallflower." If want to and them I
store, pesticides in original labeled Cucumber harvest should be- you propagate by plant _in a flat
ASCS 1963 production figuresfor containers, and be market Monday, compared to to take a stab at the situa- So, if this spring's attempt at cuttage, then make use of a I for a bed. Be sure the soil is
sure around 1-5 with volume
runner type peanuts "showCtilchrist 1 they are out of reach of children 925 head last week. The Feder- tion for Levy County. So here shipment around May May 15. growing tall stemmed garden I sharp knife at digging time late i1 j well drained and shaded. The
growers produced 378 al-State Market News Service beauties produced and t in the mother' of
1,and 'pets. goes. greenery summer. Cut the amount light should be increased
pounds less peanuts per acre I f Promptly dispose of empty reported a good steady market. Levy County will have about Vegetable production in Levy no blossoms, it's a good guess I bulbs into a number of pieces after the young plants
than the state average production -(i pesticide packages, making'Stockers were mostly steady the same watermelon acreageas County is fast decreasing. Price that you had a heavy hand in up to 60 if you are an expert. Be come up until they can. stand
and 398 pounds less than i sure they cannot cause injuryor and lower in spots. Good light- last year about 4,000 acres. decline has forced a decreasein fertilizer bag. Prolonged drying i sure each piece has a portionof full sunlight.
tfce average for the five coun- damage, weight veal calves sold from Ninety per cent of these are acreage and growers' interestto of bulbs, planting immature I the stem tissue or basal plateof I Indoor gardeners who cant I
ties surrounding .us. .s ,. '.-. 4-H CLUB NEWS' $28.75 to 3025.. Groups of uniform -Charleston Gray, seven percent the.point where we no longer bulbs, too much shade, and soil, the bulb attached to the i;wait the three years for the

Circular MSB "Peanut Production A delegation of 13 4-H boys cattle were sold for higher Congo, and three per cent, have sufficient volume to estab- too rich in nitrogen also cause|scales. '!seedlings to reach the "debu-
Guide' ',- 'lists 10 prac- will represent Gilchrist County prices than singles. Blackstone.. Cucumber acreageis lish a market. All vegetables flower failure. When planted in j i Next, dust the wedges with i''tante stage." can purchase mature -
tices to increased efficiency. in in' the annual District VI 4-H', Cattle prices Monday: 100 acres, about the same as except watermelons and a few deep shade amaryllis plants oft-i jferbam I or thiram to prevent dis- !' bulbs and force them to
peanut productiori. Care f u Istudy events to be held at College' Steers and heifers Good, last year. Other vegetables arei peas are hauled out of the coun- en die. I!eases and plant immediately in I bloom in about eight weeks at
of the leaflet (which Park Elementary School in 1$18.5021.75; standard, $18-20; down in acreage. ty to distant markets, making Amaryllis is one of a group of a flat or bed containing a mix- any time of the year. For this

was recently mailed to all Gil- Ocala Saturday. futility, $16-18; stockers, $14-21. The frost on March :31 did considerable transportation expensive. The plants that when grown in a soil ture of peat and sand or other I'inside job, pot the bulb with one-
christ farmers growing peanuts Winners from our recent i Cows Utility, 157517.25; damage to watermelons vegetable business has moved with high nitrate content, tendsto porous medium. half to two-thirds of the bUlb"

) may mean money in your County 4-H Rally Day who will(cutters, 1315.75; stockers, $9- and other tender vegetables south of us and increased competition vegetate profusely, accordingto If the weather is humid and I above the soil and maintain a

pocket., Call your county agent compete against 4-H boys, from 118| .; cow and calf pairs 16.75-tin Levy County. Watermelonsand for our area. Water- Dr. T. J. Sheehan, ornamental moist, small bulblets will form constant temperature. These.. two
if do not have this leaflet. melons have been generally on horticulturist with the Agricultural 1
you the other five counties in District 1 cucumbers suffered about 111I LlI. f
USING PESTICIDES SAFELY!I| VI Donald Calves Good and choice, loss of this same track with decreased experiment aiauons.:: -
are Polk public 25-30: per cent plants.
2130.25; standards, $18-27.50; ( acreage 'ear. Selling wa- You can overcome the "a II r NEW 1964 GMC I IIII
Pesticides can be used safely speaker: and Van Hagan, tractor /Some fields were completely every )
utility, 1621.75; stockers, $12- leaves and flower" situation
and beneficially, providing you|t operator. 27.50. wiped out and had to be re- termelons is becoming increas- no
use common sense, read the! Representing Gilchrist in the I Bulls planted (about 5-10 per cent). ingly more difficult especiallyfor using fertilizers low in nitrogen, III ASPICKUP TRUCKS r II I
Utility, $17-18.25; cut- the who is not tied or by planting the bulbs in less
label and follow all directionsto 1.District 4-H Council meeting Others were damaged 50-60 per grower .
the letter, says Jim Brodgon,,will be Hagan and Don May. ters, $14-16; stockers, $1319.At cent but enough were left to in with a broker or sales or fertile soil and giving the plantsa LOW D. :
entomologist with the Florida'The following counties com- Tuesday's hog sale, 241 give a fair stand with some ganization. The time is coming short supply of water duringthe I $175 I,
head AS
Agricultural Extension Service. prise 4-H District VI: Alachua, were sold compared to hand planting. Still others lost f.when a grower will be unableto late stages of growth. ..
:The government is responsible -Gilchrist, Levy, Marion, Sum- 258 stronger.last week. Grade hogs were very little (less than 5 per cent I sell his watermelons unlesshe How much and what kind of AND r I

for insuring that every ter and Citrus. damage). The frost was no re-: is tied in with some sales fertilizer?

pesticide is properly tested, reg- The following boys will form No.Hog 1's prices, $15 Tuesday; No. 2's: $13.80 spector of fields hitting some 'agent. When establishing a new amaryllis S5633e' Month including tax, title, lif. insuranceand I
istered and labeled, but it's, your.the Gilchrist County 4-H team No. 3's, $12; No. 5's, $11; No. 1 and leaving others just across I'm not out barnstorming for planting apply only a financing charges : 1
to them which will in I ; pound of a 1:3:3 ratio (nitrogen, II
responsibility use correctly play the District ro's, $12 hy ro's, $11.85 No. 1 I the fence unharmed. The entire :members, but the Trenton Area I
; I '
phosphorus, potassium) fertilizer NO GIMMICKKS Con be bought at these term! ,
;softball tournament Saturday I ;crop was set back a week to 10 Melon Growers is I .,
h'ys $13.50 feeders Co-op lookingfor
; to I i
Use exactly the right amount.lafternoon: Joe Gilliam, Murry $18.50. up days and may delay harvest I: new members. If arc per 100 square feet of bed 2 dozen in stock to choose from. ip

Keep children and pets away jSmith. Wayne Williams, Bobby i j; I I some., an independent grower you with no space. Doling out this meager l I( TROPICAL PONTIAC I t.

from where you are working. Robert Slaughter, Lee I I,I Expected beginning harvest ;special home for melons,.amount of plant food keeps rank ,
Never get pesticides on foodor Powell Grady Jones Greg Ben-1 Boy: of the Year,date is around June 5 for the :I would seriously consider join- growth to a minimum. I II i GMC Truck Center J:1,::

dishes. Don't breathe pesti- nett, Don May, Jackie Barron older plants, that got by the j ing this Association. Contact Bulbs that are flowering now Ii I 220 N.W. 8th Ave. FR 2-3582 1
cidal dusts mists. Avoid and will be ready for digging this II
or ex- Larry Lindsey.
Award: Friday \,frost. Replants or planted over ]Lee Roberts, Trenton, president. fall. At harvest time, remove the T :

The 1964 Boys' Club of Gainesville -'
i Boy of the Year will be: Tobacco & Watermelon I JOHNSON & PARIS LAWN & GARDEN HEADQUARTERS I
Alachua :named tomorrow at the Father
CountyAgent's ,and Son Awards Night, sponsored -' GROWERS :

by the Gainesville Exchange; '
I(i Club. Dale Ingmanson Barry:, WE HAVE \1t1'ffrlAIVAt& halt i

e = Corner I serve Stearns as and the selection Dan Kelly committee will-I:, CROP-HAM., INSURANCEAT i ?

By WILBURN C. FARRELL I for the Boy of the Year. LOWEST COST 1. e

Agricultural Extension Service I Last year's winner was Jerry;: Insec I

Twigg and he will be on hand;, ((10% Below Manual Rates) "___ BROWN PATCHESIN

,Our congratulations to the to Ocala and we hope to bring to congratulate the winner. The; CALL US FOR A QUOTATIONAT YOUR LAWN? i
criteria for selection is based I
Alachua County 4-H land judg- home our part of the winners. NO OBLIGATION ORTNO
t79 49 5 A invasion
ing team and their coach, As- on the boy's participation in If There Is, It Could
sociate County Agent A. T. An- I'm sure all of you join with, his church family, community,!'

drews. The team composed of I us in wishing our secretary I school and Boys' Club. I 'Inc. + LAWN DISEASE Be A Sign Of Disease.

, Reggie Brown, Orange Heights,! Mrs. Evelyn Raper, a speedy I In yesterday's annual Turtle;: CANNON INSURANCE AGENCY, f CONTROL TREAT JT EARLY on azaleas,
" Ronnie Prentice, Bland, Harold recovery. Evelyn is in room 515, Derby Don Pelt took first place;
in the Alachua Geperal Hospital Jeff Farrell was second and 309 N.E. FIRST STREET WITH ORTHO LAWN camellias,
Trujillo and Steve Platt, Gainesville -
recovering from a recent operation Jimmy Mitchell third. Twenty- LET THE CANNON'S PROTECT YOUR .
the ,
won state land judg- gardenias
six boys took part in the event. ,
ing contest at Marianna last, I I
week and will represent Flori- I crotons,
da in the International Land, : We carry the complete citrus
Judging Contest to be held in -

Oklahoma City the last of this- line of ORTHO LAWN

month. :!fcjL::' & GARDEN Products.

Our thanks go to the sponsors l
for the winnnig 4-H and FFA

teams from Florida, Station|
WTVT-TV, Channel 13, and the I 260,000 acres of MARl CO FERTILIZERS ARE
peanuts M ARICO

these sponsors are from Tampa j : NOR T H CEN rRAL FLORIDA
The winning FFA team is from AREA. s1taZA%& ,

Cottondale and I'm sure the i : PLANT FOODWAMCa.MC.OCAU.nJL
boys on both of these teams wills' will be i Special formula"MARICO" ,
weed free

give i a in good Oklahoma account City.of themselves -. in 1964. ISOTOX SPRAY& VOLCK TOGETHER .

:14-H Club work is a very imflortant -: !I Plant Foods forAAZALEAS t IN ONE QUICK
phase of our Extension I & F OPERATION

Service work in agriculture and CAMELLIAS Y use the ORTHO Spray-Ettet Spray
home economics and without the *TREES & SHRUBS =' the ctrrtct formulation, vUcn lkally. -
fine cooperation from the Ala ROSE SPECIAL 'N t R vial.treed-tyhting ISOTOX Garden lindan.Spray, me4 pro-.
c tia County Board of County Will LAWN BUILDER felon and DDT. VOLCK O8
? Spray, also a. UuKticidt h lp
Commissioners and our adultIfcaOers r : chemicals adhere t. N"l wrtKtV
we would: not be able i' ; WE RENTSPREADERS VUMOO WUHO

tp parry on this excellent pro-' : : : .

grajn with our young people. 1 I II I '. : : ',;_C ;I

is I '!Io 1 SPECIAL
the date for
Saturday set :-'0'''' .:'.,>f :; OeTMe OeNe
our 4-H District VI E\ents Day _' : ....: : ISOTOJ OLCJC
in Ocala. Boys and girls from ,

Sumter, Citrus, Marion, Levy,; .. t"7;9.}! SHEEP & COW MANURE
Gifrhrist and Alachua counties I ; '
t ;>: i
wiQ be competing for the right '; : .. .. d
tp represent our District in the, : ., ,. : 50 LB. BAG 2.00
state events to be held here at I
4;';' : > .
the; University.of Florida, o .. 1'
May ., < "G-"i. ;j .. ..,:' .-.. .,. >- .. i I
\ "
land 2.Lowell. : : : : :' : ...v. "

wiO be our Parrish representative of Lacrosse in the i? : w. as'.: : :, 'i ,. : : ': 1'i ::>'; T.J : t > i GET YOUR ANNUALS

public speaking contest. Joe ,.. :7 < I choose andCARNATIONS plant now

Sapp of Newberry will be competing .., .. 1. .,:: VegetablePLANTS MARIGOLDS
in the tractor driving : t", .. .. PETUNIAS ZINNIAS
I .. ,<, :; "
contest and our Softball team ': : 0t '; RED SALVIA! PORTULACA
will be composed of Buddy Was-' ..., ...: : .: This year260,000 acres of peanuts will be treated with : :1f->, ,,,',, i' Many Others PE1II IAA

din and Ben Campen Waldo : ., ..
; .: : :} : '. Falone-Dinitro combination. \ e-- ;, HERE NOW. ,
James Charles -
Petty. Kersey, ,. "}
; '
,:: : '. .
Donald Boggs and David Petty,. Falone-Dinitro eliminates crabgrass citron : 1
j. pursley i i BIG BOY i C yh
Alachua; Glen Busb)'. La .
Crosse; John Beville, Mica-I .: ;: pigweed, ragweed, and lambs quarter. It reduces TOMATOESSWEET 79 f'1 .

nopy; Edwin Andrews Gainesville '<; : f. .. f
; and Reggie Brown, Orange cultivation time, speeds up harvesting, helps increase ,;:; ; PEPPERS

Heights. A. T. Andrews ;, DOZEN lWlfG iS
yields.Falone-Dinitro is recommended the ; HOT PEPPERS
.: by Florida
j :
and I will accompany the. boys --t ,/ <
.... -': '. "' :'M.\ ;' and Georgia Extension Service..t: : ; Others
01':. Ii : : : COLEUS 1 OC
Pancaketi*' .-'* ';:: J-:' ,. ; Falone-Dinitro costs less pound for pound andis ea
0 Large, beautifully colored plants
: : to and will I add beatuy. to your garden & home. -
v. :.: : easy measure spray. Applied at cracking LAWN MOWER -- -
Sets Record.
: : Pots

..' .. ...;: :;'::f;:", time, Falone-Dinitro is effective t' for as long as eight ;" i.f: TROUBLES? Fancy LA5IiuMS" 39c

Topping all previous records, .. .
:' weeks and often
; .
r' longer. ,
'7\j ,
the Boy's Club sold over $1,500 .' ..... .. SWITCH TO -
; .
worth of tickets In its Annual '. o : :j '. ." See farm '" : 0' Variety of
.. dealer '
., I. your supply today. For free '
Pancake ticket sale. 'f' .f' LAWN BOY WMsP"tted79c
:?, :' booklet write r
Winning top honors was Tod e ': '_ : Naugatuck Chemical, Ruby Avenue :: OutboardsToHNsoN
: By Makers of Johnson
Jtainsberger, '12. son of Mr. : .' ., :! Gastonia, North Carolina. : -
and Mrs. Richard Rainsberger. ''' ; '

For selling $206.50 worth of :. ., Falone-Dinitro Combination : .',
tickets he won a profeSsionalmodel & FARiS'M

bumper-pool 'table. i ,r .
? David Smith, 10, son of Mr. tiEtM1lr i
and Mrs. Cecil N. Smith, ..
came P .' t .' 224 N.W. 8th Ave. Phone 372.0476 MEMBER
3n second, winning a bicycle.
Other top winners were Hal,' i I FREE CUSTOMER PARKING ON OUR LOT
Jngram, Kim Simpson Keith

Craig, Bob Singleton, Johnny' ... .,, '. .,.",.> ',' I' USE YOUR CENTRAL CHARGEt
Gocelc, and Don Pelt.

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Thursday, April 9, 1964 Gainesville Sun 23 i

Unconscious for 23 Years She's Cared for As BabyCLEARWATER given an eight-ounce formula of I at the bishop who blessed her I I|i

strained baby foods, eggs, su- and one hand loosened a little .

(AP-Elalne! she never did. When she finally Mrs. Esposito said. "I have to clans made a preliminary diagnosis daughter with no hope of ever but I always hoped they were receives gar, milk a and pint cream.of water She daily also and stayed that way." I i

Cinderella, Esposito is 29 year i did waken, her eyes were glassy tend Cindy and her father. He's of infantile, paralysis. recovering," the mother sighed. wrong." and medication in the feedings.As Today, Cindy weighs but 75 i

old but to her mother, she will I and didn't move. She never But she added "I have bitterness pounds. She lies quietly in a :
called no
not suppose to work. But I do Specialists were in and In the years that followed
always be the little first grader knew me again.1"Cindy's a last desperate measure pink hospital bed jacket topped .
they said there was evidence the ,
get out to the store Cindy subsequent
who used to look forward now operations
to the took their
Espositos daughter -with blue bows. :
running to the corner store for parents lived in Chicago -then. I feel I have to get out brain had been irreparably Mrs. Esposito, who had no for a ruptured hernia, par-
to the Lourdes in
1 a penny's worth of candy. then. Her father was a of the house now and then or I damaged by lack of oxygen nurses training, took over the tial intestinal obstruction, and France. The grotto In years, she would be count- : '
cost than
t "If someone her truck driver. Then a year ago, couldn't keep going." during anesthesia, Mrs. Esposito -job of constant care for Cindy."I throat paralysis which has, trip more ed a woman, but to a valiant !
a "But it
gave penny $2,000, was worth it
she'd buy a stick of: he suffered a heart attack and said. was told over and over by since 1946, required that she be mother, she is a tiny first grade ;

candy then go all the : a doctor suggested a warmer Three days after the opera- "I had a perfectly normal different doctors that there was fed a liquid formula through a said Mrs. Esposito. daughter who still needs to be

home without come licking it way and: climate, so the Espositos moved tion, the child's feet and hands child when she went in to the no hope she would ever again nasal tube. "There was no dramatic I II dressed, fed and have her hair: \'

i offer: it to me," her mother'. to Clearwater. began to turn inward and physi- operating room. Now I have a I be normal-or would even live- Four tunes a day, Cindy Is I change, but she seemed to smile brushed. ',

Mrs. Louis Esposito, recalled. I "It really keeps me busy," '-- I;

On Aug. 5, 1941, when Cindy j

was six, she complained of a ,

side ache. She had had a fever Geography Prof 4

for several days. A doctor said VICTOR and

6 it was was appendicitis necessary.and an Operation Wins TripDr. RCA THE Variety Store j i ii i I

"Mpmmy, I'm not afraid. Maurice H. Yeates, as- -

I Don't worry," the brown-eyed sistant professor of geography I!

brown-haired little girl said as at the University of Florida has I 1!

the was prepared for surgery. been awarded an allexpensetrip w '.

But,something went wrong. to the International Geo-; CONTINUE .. i I
One doctor said insufficient graphical Union meetings in r b-"""" "<<- ": >'" '

oxYgen London this THEFABULOUS '"', t
reached the little girl'sbrain summer.
I !t--; : '. I
during the operation. An- .
other said she suffered The award was made by .1 : I
encephalitis -
Association of American the'l: t i

raphers for one of the two I
Cindy never regained con-
research submitted
sciousness. She has made no papers by
an American geographer for I

voluntary, muscle movements, presentation at the international SPECIAL BONANZA 1

spoken,. or showed any recognition -

of her mother and fatherin meetings. II {

the 23 years since the oper- Dr Yeates' paper Is entitled BARGAINSSUPERVAL1EI\ \

atJ"At n. first, the doctors told us "Some Spatial Factors Distribution Affecting of Chicago the I 1! IIDJ f

night she wouldn't after the live operation through," Mrs.the Land Values, 1910 60." ___- IE ] @@W ID RCA VICT R i

''I waited ail ,that night for AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY. IN .N ew Wsta TV

. her to open her eyes and recognIze CHANCERY FED ERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE a Q$ from (

me or speak to me but ASSOCIATION a corporation.

NOTice Is hereby given that the household I .ys.TILDEN. Plaintiff W. ROBERTS, and wife Fine USE D S795 j t .

goods and personal effects stored CYNTHIA Defendants.MAUDE ROBERTS. Furniture Styling PhonographPYREX 'Kate

by Gainesville Bonded Warehouse. Inc. NOTICE OF MORTGAGE R.pie 0..
tor the Account of W. C. RUDD and or
-WIll be sold at Auction to the highest TLa.
bidder tram 7. N. W. 4th Street. At Notice Is hereby given pursuant to a .. Mocbtttts ;
7 Final Decree of Foreclosure dated Ap- t ,
A.M. May t 1964 and each subsequent
rll 7th 19M and entered In Chancery >s
cl.ed' _
week until sale U ,
day completed. Pay R
Case No. 11411, of the Circuit Court ofthe
i tent to be made In cash, certlfl e d.heck.
ae C
Circuit In and for
Eighth Judicial toe
Pr /ardi lles Mica< by Gainesville Bonded
Warehowse aM-er Aero Mayflower
corporation Plaintiff.
rranslt Co. Merchandise to be sold eonjlsts =
and TILDEN W. ROBERTS and wife. _. _
of the following described articles: CYNTHIA are Defendants. I will sell to WEST
I. White China Cabinet the highest and best bidder for cash atthe 3-PIECE
Coffee Table
Alachua County C o u r thouse In BEND _
i (2) Cnllds chair Gainesville, Florida within the legal .
Ironing Board hours of sale on the 28th day of April. SALT 'N
*:.. Baby Buggy (Blue) 944, the following described property .a
Large Trunk as set forth In said Final Decree.
rid other Household goods and person- toW It: r. << .- PEPPERSKILLET The LATHAM
a effects. Lot FortY- 1 (41)I Forty-two (42) e Series S4C34M
( 332): 4:'. 34 and the West Halt (WV) of Lot For I r7C,::'r.i S 4 k 2<.t. S r L 23 2S2*tube (overall din{j
t: 'b"rC >
Hill :
ty-three (43). Block "C. Oak Y id.
-- LEGAL NOTICE Subdivision, as per plat thereof re
Tie University of Florida will receive rdIn Plat Book "A." Page 168ef = ; ; New Vista
: ::,1 ; n> : rr s; Super-powerful
t dI for a. i<,
the general class of commodl- the public records of AlachuaCounty.
t-es as Indicated below. Interested bid Florida. iii.f: .R- ; VHF Tuner. Transformer-
ers' may obtain forms specifications Dated this 8th day of April A. D. '-
and other Information by contacting the 9i4m .:.7.ri a.: ; ,e', s powered 22,500-volt chassis

twrehaslng Division Room 106, Tiger J. B. CARMICHAEL Clerk of .J = _%> rX ; n ., x. r;. trrr = (design average). Extended
Halt University tt Florida Gaines- the Circuit Court fs yrr?r ,
-ttle, Florida. (COURT SEAL) r 3 .zj:_:. X range Duo-Cone speaker.OneetVHFAneTunlngau..
C4-Me t and St.pbids/ open every BY: -sEMILY WATERHOUSE ;. "ri h.. r4r .r< i1 RfX }, 7, ?Y7 :a ; t'J ,
Tuesday 10:0064HospitalSuppnes Deputy Clerk I .E Y :
bids open every 3238) 4:' v:: .lrr .
Monday 3:00 r s4 tomatlcally "remembers tot

U4OL.bor.tory Equipment 10:30 OF THE COUNTY Y BenELECTRICd L I
IN THE COURT give best picture.
7T'S L ri e1 ?;
April 23 J'*444t JUDGE. ALACHUA COUNTY. FLORIDA ; ;f r r rF << e
< -Bulbs Tubes 10:30 April U.
164 IN RE: ES1ATE OF s m x xy . 61.12-Furnish and Install Air Conditioning RICHARD LEE EDWARDS, L-I rz i J.A UFLIN NOW ONLY
11:00. April 16. 164.
Deceased.To '
erco a tor "
-CT.. N. WELLST. All Creditors and Persons Having GREASELESS 1
N. Wells Claims or Demands Against Said Etlate
Director of Purchasing
3204) 42. ) : The FINLANDIA .
You and each of you are hereby not
Ified end required to present any Vf133 Series $21995
IN-THB COURT OF THE COUNTY alms and demands which you. or either -
JUDGE. ALACHUA. COUNTY FLORiDA of you. may have against the es 95
tate of RICHARD LEE EDWARDS deceased -
ALBERT RE ESTATE OF late of said County to the RQA VICTOR
' J. HIGGINS County Judge of Alachua County. FlorIda -
Deceased. at his office In the court house ofsaid West Bend MAYBE NEVER
To An Creditors and Persons having at Gainesville. Florida with-
Claims or Demands Against Said Es- months from the time AGAIN !
tate: 0'In six the calendar first publication of this notice New Wsta NO WONLY ICETRAYS 2 Corning
You and each of you are hereby no
Each claim or demand shall be In Ware
lifted and required to present any writing, and shall state the place of )
claims and demands which you. or either office address of
residence and post
of you may have against the estate the claimant and shall be sworn to by ,
of ALBERT J HIGGINS, deceased the claimant, his agent or attorney r J..,
late of Mid County. to the County and any such claim or demand not so 1fHrnlffiLj[ FRS295 fl
Judge of Alachua County. Florida at flied shall be void. Each claim to be
his office In the court house of said presented In duplicate and accompanied @ ( ) $2.3995 0
County at Gainesville lorlda at his by a filing fee of SI.00
office; In the court house of said Countyat LILLIAN GARRITY
Gclnesvlll. lorlda. within six calendar State of RICHARD LEE '
months from the time of the EDWARDS, deceased
first publication this nonce Each First publication March 24 1)64. WITH FM-AM AND FM STEREO RADIO
claim or demand shall be In writing Scruggs and Carmlchael.
and .shall be sworn to by the claimant Attorneys for the Admln's'rator. .
and shall be sworn to by the claimant. 3 S. E. First Avenue Vhona FR 4-5242
his agent or attorney, and any such Gainesville. Florida
claim or demand not so flied shall be 31t5) 3:24; 4:2. ,. 14 $40

administratrix of the Estate EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF

II Ktrtene West C.University Hussey Avenue ROSALIE Plaintiff MEHAFFEY. Every Model Advertised and many more 6 TRANSISTOR fl95

Attorney Gainesville for Florida Administratrix vs.HENRY J. WALKER and wife.MMA are on the floor for ycur RADIO FROM 7 included with any cons.!.
First publication March 1', 1964 J. WALKER and G. W. BASS
I U17M 3:1'. 24| 4:2. 5 and wife. CORA L BASS. $ stereo combination, select a .
Defendants inspection and demonstration lovely $40.00 ALBUM SET .t .
.. no Extra Chary

CHANCERY TO: Henry J. Walker and wife ,
INC 21W Ma:''IcwoOd Av lnuf
NO.J717C Toledo' 4. hi-
lOo-H.'F. WALLS. JR. .
II suit equity been brought
Address Unknown against and G W. BASS and wife .
Unknown persons claiming us credo CORA L. BASS. In the Circuit Ceurt. FABULOUS vICTOR
INC. Eighth!: Judicial Circuit In.nd for
Alachua County. Florida and you are
BIRKETT"?. JORDAN JR. hereby sumironed. ordered and required I
3433"N. w: 1st Court Pfstdtti
to file your written Answer or de- RCAVICTOR New
-Cataesvtne. Florida--- tenses to the Complaint filed herein I STER O _
Ind00 JORDAN MCCOY against you In the above entitled cause.In G _
JEAN the Office of the Clerk of the Cir- ttd/6'
*04 N. E. Wh Placetalnesvilk
cuit Court In and for Alachua County

: Sole, heirs' ,at Florida Uw of Ilrkett F. Jor- Florida, at his Office in the CourtHouse
In Gainesville. Florida on or before 8 UY!
dan --
You are'hereby;notified \that Co R. the 30th day of April, 164. ando ( ...... .........!(, _
serve a copy of such Answer or defenses -
XljNATlb and
jjehelr' lJ!wOfilDAJOspouse CAR- upon BATES & JONES Plain 123 III.ID.picture) .

MATION.>>filed his Petition In the Cir ffs attorneys herein whose address Perfect Personal PortabU BuJrttaMrplMM : BARGA) N
cuit. Court ..*.,Alachua County. Flortl II Miller Building. P. 0. Box 394. Jack to mite TY WUalWM
racking the appointment of a Trustee G.lnesvll'Florida.' .on or before said ) 'v" private afhlr (earphone. optloaal astral C
for"*M-purpose, .of .conveying! to ate as required by the laws of FlorIda 18,000 tons d pictet pwrer(dttip J
Him U surviving spouse and sow heirs and the 1954 Florida Rules of Clv0 tka Bot1AfW -: dtylr/5e'
*.lew-et-UOA-JOMNSOti CARNATION. Procedure.If YFE01 Striti _
deceased fee simple! title to certain you fall to do so. a Decree PRICED 1
lands In Alachua County. Florida more Pro Confesso will be entered againstyou
Mrticvlafly described as follows: for the relief demanded In the
Begin 145-feet N of the SW Comer Complaint ONLY "O' -
of. Block ...Lot IS. of Brown's Ad- You are further notified that the nature I RCA VICTOR "VICTROLA", 112
diHon to Gainesville. Florida then of said suit Is for a foreclosure olMortgage The CABOT
run N @N feet for a point of begin a executed by you and recorded Serie:3eB36.11p t
ning. Then run E 132 feet to ist In Official Records Book X I Model 6AB-14 tube (overall dUg.) y
.. * stakes' then rvn W 132 feet to I Alachua County. Florida upon the following 2824. in.,
*" stake .then run S tZV feet to 4sla described property situate lying _
r at' the< point of beginning and being In Alachua County Florida Two 6x speakers (second WE: WILL BE GLAD TO OPEN YOUR ACCOUNT New Pan-0-PIy' Full Picture Tube
lot of land S2M to-wlf
The lane hetng a
owerful New Vista VHF
out for extra stereo ef- Super-
fHt"'bY m feet lying and bor- Lot Eight (I) of Bishop's Replat/ of speaker
: derby en'the-E 'side of North Ninth Block One (1) of Range Seven (7) of feet) 80-20.000 cps Frequency Bank Financing Available Tuner and 22J500voIt New Vista

Street. In City of Gainesville Ftor- the Original Survey of Gainesville IS I Range Plays all 4 speeds Chassis (design average) pull in '
Ideotnd per plat thereof recorded In Plat Book I $9995 Special) Farmers and Teachers Plan 21995
"A", page 127 of the public records of 1 Audiophile controls. Accounts No even many hard-to-get stations *
Xommenca 3M feet W of the SE comer Alachua County. Florida. I! 0 90-Day Carrying Charge Elten d ed-ran8* Duo-Cone SPer.et /
of M number IS Browns Additionto ALSO:
Gainesville. Florida then run N Begin at the Northwest corner of
US feet for the point of beginning. said Lot Eight (I) of Bishop's Replat/
Then -run W tit feet> N 145 feet. E of Block One (1), Range Seven (7) of
131 feet S liS Int to place of begin the Original Survey of Gainesville as I
nl?g.' the point of beg inning j from said
end point of beginning run Norm Nine I
Also The SU of Block (or Lot Number (:t) feet to I point thence run East: ON FAMOUS
IS of Browns Addition to Gaines Forty three (43) feet to a point; jl \\\11\ !!
"yule Alachua County. Florida except thence run South Nine' (t) feet ofto a SAVE { I I
the following described parci point at the Northeast corner said
'vU- Commence at the SE corner Lot Eight (I). thence run West For- I KELVINATOR WASHERS
of Black U. and run W M feet ty-three (43) feet to the point of be-
to 0 point of beginning town run I
W M. fact then run N sit feet The name of the Court In which this !
then run E M feet: theft run suit has been Instituted is Circuit I
SttV feet to the point of beginning Court. Eight Judicial Circuit. Alach MODEL KW 40. with MODEL KW 74.- with ,::
which was heretofore conveyed by ua County. Florida, and the abbreviated ,
Cult data" ddeadato James JOHN title of this case Is Rosalie MeHaf.I
fte tegl to being In fey. Plaintiff. -vs- Henry J. Walker and Magic Minute Pre 1
JON SECURITY CO. 'Ne. a dtssolv- wife. Emma J. Walker and G. W Scrubbing O 2 Speed i
ad aIf'JIOf'atloft. Bsss and wife. Core U Bass, Defend I".
Said htltloft alleges that Birkett F. ants. .
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Jordan and H. F. Wails were the ownersof IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that Spray RinseAgitatior Cycle .
one (1) snare eacn In Midc.rporetlefto this be I
that said '
bvt ownership was, ed rde1)-: tlator ( r:1cuflve
merely ,for the purpose of complying weeks In THE GAINESVILLE Rinse Temperature CombinationsCombination
laws of the state and
with corporate DAILY SUN a newspaper published I
that the Petitioner. C. R. CARNATION.Is in Gainesville Florida and having ageneral Overflow Rinse
aU of the
sole entitled to
1M person
circulation In Alachua
beneficial corporation.You Florida Triple Spray
furthertnotified I
ere that on before Tvesday. WITNESS my hand as Clerk of the t Uses less water'and soap
11:45 AJA.
144 at
April 3*
said Circuit Court of Alachua County.Florida. '
te Honor r b te Georee Pcounty 1ft Courthouse Ills- and the seal of' the said Court I,
O\MI at Gainesville. Alachua ]
Whesvhle. Florida the Petitioner County Fteri-
undersigned attorneys da on the 23rd day of March. A. DJ!I
through '
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shall seek an order appointing a Trustee '
said lands to the Petitioner J. B. CARMICHAEL Nowo94'
to convey
Clerk of the Circuit Court

You. are Invited to be present to pre Alachua County. FloridaBY I $19995 /

sent any "evidence ld Petition.you may have InTontastlr' Deputy: EMILY ClerkH. WATERHOUSE

CARLISLE & AVERA of Bates .. Jones
BY: HENRY L GRAY JR. Attorneys at Lawn
Attorneys for Petitioner W. University Avenue
Post Office Box 44 P 0. Box 39'

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Thursday, April 9, 1964 Gainesville Sun 25

Law.mCan '. J House Passes 1 I Tots to Hear

Result in Freak Accidents Food Stamp -l"EEb: / 4 I Tom Thumb

Program Story time for children from
th SUN 3 to 7 will be held at the.Gainesville -
I WASHINGTON (AP) From -- '- ,- .; Public Library on Friday
That good old lazy spring the sometimes fractious Houseof : : 6 e afternoon from 3:15 to'4 o'clock.

weather is here, bringing the I ..rd Representatives, President Mrs. Marte Hill, member of the

robins, bees and a lot of green I Johnson' had two legislative i :, ...,,rj. '-) Gainesville Public Library staff.

growth. plums today. ALACHUA GENERAL Williams, Larry S. Paterson,! Joseph Callahan, Brooksville, will be the storyteller. Her stor-

and Judy Ann Myrick. and Thelma Hodge Fletcher, ies will include: "The Historyof
When your next door neigh- They were: April 7 Tom Thumb," "Toads and

bor's balky sputtering gasoline The big and controversial BIRTHSMr. April 8 3745 2300 block Newberry of W.Road University, in Ave-the Diamonds," and "The Legend of

solitude wheat-cotton subsidy bill; a top BIRTHSMr. the Palm Tree."
nue at 10:35
pjn. yesterday.
er priority election year _measure and Mrs. Johnnell H. and Mrs. Freddie Lee On Saturday morning from
noon with a roar, it's a reminder on his desk and ready for his Carl Stephen Bristow, 2501 SE
L Witherspoon, Rt. 1 Box 95, Nattiel, Rt. 1 Box 34, Archer, a 10:39 to 11:30 there will be
that the grass probably needs .tF Fp final signature. I 11th Ave., and Gerald H. Bee,
boy Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence for
cutting. Archer, a girl; Mr. and Mrs.. ;; 288-19 at NE 16th Story Hour at the library
I House approval of the food Eugene Goode, 419 NW 2nd St., Corry Village, children from 7 to 11. Carol Neff
Vernon Ladon Raborne Rt. 1
Before getting carried away z ws re# stamp program, _a key part of city, a boy; Mr. and Mrs. NolanW. Avenue and the Waldo Roadat and Pat Green, members of the
Box 41,.Archer a boy; Mr. and 12:11
the exuberance of spring p.m. yesterday.
his declared "war on poverty." Sauls, Rt. 1 Box 524, Willis- Sigma Anchor Club of Gainesville
mowing, it's a good time to re- This goes to the Senate where ?SE Mrs.Hawthorne Howard C.Rd.Tanner 3001 ton, a boy; ,Mr, and Mrs. Mar- Janos Dezso Aczel, 1203 SW High School, will tell
,,city, a girl
view a few precautions that <' ; vin Thomas, 423 NW 3rd St., Scottish folktales.Jaycees .
it must await action in the dim Mr and Mrs. Joe W. Ward, 28.57 2nd Ave., David Westerman, 19
should be exercised when
.. future after the civil rights bills city, a boy; Mr. and Mrs. JohnP SW 13th St., and Louis Terrero,
SE 18th Mr.
handling those droning b r T 4'.C city, a boy; ConductCar
grass Corley, 3301 SW Rocky Point
disposed 19 SW 13th St., at W. University
and Mrs. Harold E. Knight, 110
chewers with the vicious teeth
city, a girL
The House acted both Avenue and 13th Street at 9:48
known as power mowers. N on SE 4th Place, city, a boy; Mr.
3 measures after a hot, botheredand and Mrs. Larry M. Bilker, 1029 ADMITTED a.m. yesterday. Check,
Every summer, in the battleto
keep lawns neatly cut some- bewildering session that be- SW 1st Ave., city a boy; Mr. OUie Rowe, Mary Larimore Francis Charles Salisbury,

one finds a new way to lose gan at 11 a.m. Wednesday anddidn't and Mrs Richard Uberbacher, Dunlap, Patsy Ann Smittle, 427 NW 3rd Ave., and, Gus Seat Belt Sale
skin with the motorized labor r ayy end until 12:44-a.m. to 3114 NW 14th Ave., city, a boy, Margaret Rae Corley, William Barnes, Jacksonville, u\ the 600

savers.A day. ADMITTEDGeraldine David .BlankJeffrey,,. Kenneth blcfk of NW 3rd 'Avenue' -at, I Gainesville Jaycees will starter
tour of some of Gaines- K The food stamp plan passed Lee, Joyce Mae Thomas; 'Barbara 7:50 a.ni. yesterday. th annual two-day auto safety
ville's repair shops netted several handily by a 229-189 margin in Uberbacher, Myrtle Lucille Goode Mamie Lou check campaign at 9 ajn.
unofficial accounts of freak spite of a long campaign of delaying Joan Cox Jerome. John Bor- Perry, David Alan Samball, Fire Calls tomorrow at three locations in

accidents such as chopped toes action by Republican,op- kowski, Wanda,, Denise Wp. Janie'Lee Burke, all of Gaines- At 6:05: a.m. today, a taxi cab the city.
I and fingers, singed eyebrows x ponents. It got the support of hams, Levi! Nathaniel Smith, ville; Eddie Rhodes, Cross City; driven by Walter Stewart back Check lanes will be at theJ.
216 Democrats and 13 Republicans -Reba Elizabeth Talbot, Nancy Linda Lorine Dawson, Alachua Center
and flying objects penetratingthe ; fired and caught fire in frontof M. Fields Shopping ,
legs and feet of operators while 163 Republicans and Matilda Spires, Flora Kelly Bernice Train Sauls, Williston; 314 W. University Ave. the Gainesville Shopping Cen-

I and innocent bystanders.One 26 Democrats were opposed.But Garrison, Ruth Register Ward, Billy Wayne Weaver, Micanopy; ter and on E. University Avenue
report toldof a woman the wheat-cotton bill wasa Martha Elizabeth Hadley, Judy Theodore -Watson, Micanopy; At 7:07 p.m. yesterday, fire in in front of the courthouse.
r having her leg pierced bya cliffhanger, approved 211 to Ann Myrick, Ellen Marie Williams Marjorie Corinne Harris, Cross a trash bin at 16 NW 16th Ave. Mechanics from the Automobile
straightened-out coat hanger 203. A switch of five votes would Betty Jean Jones, Con- City; Lee Byrd Myers, Alachua. Dealers Association will make
At 10:45
have changed the outcome. That nie Jean Kmg, Birda Mae ajn. yesterday, power
flung by the fast moving blade DISCHARGEDMrs. lines shorted out in trees in the checks. The lanes will be
vote well after
as if it had been an arrow. came midnight Witherspoon, Archer; Thoral open from 9 ajn. to 6 pjn. Friday
under a procedure that limited Jones Alachua Betty Jones, Mrs. Eloise the 900 block of SE 7th Avenue.
Dewey ; Larry .
The repairmen 11 and Saturday.They're
genera y DANGER UNDER MOWER debate to one hour and banned Stuart Paterson, Starke;'Fannie Ford, Mrs. Pearl Sherouse, free
that most lawn sponsored by
agree could be prevented Some people learn the hard way that this labor- any amendments. Mae Riggins, Lake Butler; Ver- Clem Gee, Martha E. Hadley, -Reds to Meet the Jaycees to help promote

with a little care and thought saving device has a blade underneath. Republicans charged that big die Mitchell, LaCrosse; Joyce Calrence Lucas Mrs. Jane 'G. safety on the highways.
EblingMaggie Scott WilliamS.
when approaching a mowing city Northern Democrats had Durrance Arrington, Chiefland; 2frrn Lurk Citnra Besides inspecting cars, the
Mrs. Pearl E Weeks,
I the lethal power of a bullet Power mowers have been a entered into an "unholy alliance" James Colmean, Newberry; Jaycees also will be selling

job.E.. J. Jarrett, United Rent- when thrown by a mower blade. boon to keeping the yard look- with Southern conservatives Rosa Vera Pinner, Cross City; Mrs.daughter Martha, Guy Ann Hamilton Walker, Jua and MOSCOW Soviet leaderswere .seat belts at discount prices.
trading their support for Etta Josephine Johnson, Haw- reported today to be aim-
Small bottles bones each
pebbles, through
Alls, cited handles being too Every car
, ing nice, but if they are not nita M. Darling, Mrs. Pauline
the food bill in return for thorne at A date in late fall
short or adjusted too high as and other debris should be i stamp ; Virginia Geraldine Ulm, ing or early check lane will get a free seat-
maintained and
cleared from a lawn before properly oper- .support of the cotton-wheat bill. Dunnellon; Georgia Mixson, Rain, Robert Alexander Mays, winter for a world conferenceof belt.
a major contributor to choppedtoes. ated with care, they can be justas Mrs. Georgia Busick, Mrs. Reba
The food stamp expands -Williston Communist Parties. -
I mowing. Even "clean" program Audrey Lee Nattiel,
a yard
This allow
might a mowerto deadly as a gun in the wrong and makes permanent a Archer. Talbot, Wanda Williams, Mrs.
be pulled over the feet when should be inspected carefully. hands. Alice Simmons. Informed sources said that,II I II
Under it I
working ,in cramped quarters. Miniature toys such as cars and operation. needy DISMISSED in consultations with foreign I ilJoCo MAY
Operating a mower when trucks become weapons when There will be times this sum- families would buy food stamps ACCIDENT ROUNDUP
parties the Russians were now <
I walking backwards is extremely they come flying out from undera mer when the emergency room i with the portion of their income James E. Ledbetter Jr.; Mrs. I INSTOANOB
proposing October or Novem-
hazardous according to Clar- machine.A of the hospital _will not be a 'they would normally spend for Emily B. Shirey and daughter, in, accidents; reported Business
ber as the earliest possible time
ence Myers, Florida Saw Co. list of safety precautionscomes pretty sight. Victims from power food. Mrs. Evie C. Posey, Mrs. Hattie to ,Gainesville Police duringthe
for such
a meeting.
One slip of the footing could with most power mow- mowers will provide some I The stamps would be redeem Bell Hawkins, Mrs. ,Mary Ann last 24 hours: : ,0 Auto

find the mower trimming the ers. These are supplied by the gruesome accidents for the doc- able at the grocery for more Shultz; Mrs. Lillian Mae Swift, ;, Horns
operator if he fell. manufacturer and are for the tors to treat. i than the cash paid in, and would Dale W. Hodge, ,John McNeal, CHIMNEY
o Lite
C. K. Smith, A.A.A. Lawn- protection of the operator. Don't be one of them. buy just about any food item. Shermon Sharp Mrs. Margaret ,CiinitttltuUk tt CORNERSby
The idea is to increase the va- IIISstttWALKER j
Raughley Mrs. Lucille Chris- 215 N.I.
mower Service, pointed out the
need for care when fueling atncwer. riety and food value for poverty tian, Mrs. Barbara Smith and )IQ"ES'MJ'lUiNOJSlfiYRr' ; 3 lit Street

Spilled fuel is a potential Race Track Funds stricken families,.some of whichare daughter James E. Kirkland, =rn< =J -- -- II NW"Furniture ltd Ave.mars Phone A FR Joy 2-4421 ,FR 2-3579

fire hazard and sparks from now getting a direct dole Mrs. Maude Glass Ellen M. To LJve With" .
of surplus food stocks owned by -
the exhaust or a loose spark -

plug wire might easily ignite the government dried eggs and- the powderedmilk like.Sllop Little Boy's & Little Girl's ShopsOPEN TIL 9
gas fumes. Excess fuel shouldbe
allowed to evaporate before Boost County $ $ 1 1 1 r Street Floor TONIGHT
starting a machine.All -Lifter I ,)/ 11
the repairmen agreed that r
DAVE BEARD boards elsewhere "
By and Weston
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most accidents involve :
debris picked up and thrown flying Alachua County gets a shot in stated. Caught in FlightTwo ,.; J
the month from
by the whirling blade of the arm every race This month the Alachua Coun- M .
store-tenders anc
track funds.
mower.A paramutual betting ty received $46,000 from the .
Administrative Assist- several fleet-footed deputie s
mower blade turning at ant County Howard Weston4said the tracks, this being the height of nabbed a fleeing shop-lifter ii J .. .
15,000 to 20,000 revolutions the racing season. The amount ,
to in the SW 13th Street area yester
county expects get excessof
minute can easily cut the top received varies from month to C
this from the day afternoon.
off a steel pipe marking the revenue$200,000 going to year the county month and from year to year The man allegedly had taker o
corner of a lot and throw it depending upon what proceedsthe
from the
commission, and two-thirds going two bottles of wine
hundreds of feet.A to the school board. tracks earn. Dixie Minit Mart, SW 13tl: '
small nut or bolt may have "The general law says that Weston said the state distrib- Street. 4&

all of the money is to go to the utes the race track monies to Two employes said they sav :
ee No wonder county commission but a special the counties, each county get-
law has been enacted, saving -I ting exactly the same amount.He him.Deputies were called and J \f
Louis Seafare shrimp the counties can distribute said the county commission short time later flushed Johnny iei

tastes so goodtheycook part of the proceeds to school places the funds into a general Waters, 23, 921 SE 7th Ave.
it just like pool; they are not used for out of some nearby woods. H lirYt
they do their chicken! any special purpose. was charged with shoplifting .t! L 4 s 3

Call them: FR2-6311 Egg Market I

309 North West 13th St Setsfosuchharmony
Northeast Florida Egg Market s 'always,say f "'

prices to retailers: I ,

Extra large 44-46, mostly 45;

large 38-43, mostly 42; medium HeaJJ' -tex. Such a bright match
35-37; mostly 36; small 32.34, o .
Sleeveless polo shirt and
mostly 32.Poultry. Boys' shirts team with -
up Shirt and short sets stay
at farms: fryers 13%; short sets cartwheel right *
hens none. SPECIAL shorts for a bouncy_Spring fresh all, through the warm through Spring. 2-ply H ea I t h-t ex

duet. Soft but sturdy 2-ply weather. Shirts are soft 2- combed cotton knit shirts .'&IIrcwa

1AATERIAIir it PURCHASE combed cotton knit shirts in ply combed cotton knit with have very .flattering neck Strong, sturdy all around

b1t3' Hedak solids, stripes or patterns. flattering necklines and de lines.Shorts have flat fronts boxer shorts team up with

Spiffy shorts,have button tailing. Crisp cotton shorts and elastic backs for neat soft but hardy 2-ply combed

SALE F tab closing: wide elastic have 2 little buttons on the ness.All the spring patterns cotton knit polo shirts. Boyish

I = back, slash' pockets.: Wash sides, of each leg for fun. and ,solids that are nice. solids, stripes and pat

and wear for Mom's sake. Washable for Mom's sake. Perfectly washable. terns. Washable as can be

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DEAR ABBY: In 1959 my husband lent a man $500. He was only said I was so I could get some peace and quiet, but he DRA5TA1Lf. UNAVEt STEPPED WASNTAWV A50NTGptusHYOl1 UNTIL I SAW

: so sure that be was good for It that he didn't ask him to sign doesn't believe me. Life is not worth living any more. If it OUT OP VOUR HOUSE AGAIN r'

I a note or anything. This man has made no effort to pay back weren't for our children and grandchildren would know whatto SINCE 19 A4-// I ti

: one cent of it. Now get this. This deadbeat's sister is married do. Can you help me?

i to one of the richest and most prominent men in the state! MISERABLEDEAR
: : Everybody knows him. He has given away minions yet his MISERABLE: Try to get your husband to your family =:

: : own brother-in-law has owed a man $500 for four years. I told pliyslcaa for a "checkup." If he refuses to go, call your physician

I my husband to get in touch with this rich brother-In-law and and teD him your problem. Excessive suspicion, without

ask him for the money. It would be like five cents to him, but cause, Is a common symptom of mental Illness. =

it is a lot of money to us. My husband refuses to do it. I am .. <

: :! tempted to contact him myself. WouId that be wrong? DEAR ABBY: On the subject of whether the clergyman

CM's WIFE should be paid extra for services that are a part of his "duty,"

DEAR WIFE: Yes. No man, rich or poor, Is responsible for may I add my remarks? Many couples who can afford only a ..,.

his brother-in-Iaw'a debts. In cases such as this, it is probable small ceremony in the parson's living room forget that even ....

: that he has already given his brother-in-law all the help he the smallest wedding costs something. The last one cost us $15.

intends to, and has washed his hands of him (which is his privilege We were offered $5, but we refused it because the couple were GUESS WHAT -- A BRAND-NEW 1 ( UH-VO'RE LOOKIN

: ). Stay out of it. struggling students. But at some of the more elaborate church I GOT I INTH'MAIL CONTRAPTION FER A LEETLE PALE,
0 weddings when the cake which is NOT essential, costs $75, GIVIN' BLOOD SNUFFV-
; DEAR ABBY: Two years ago my husband started accusing and the preacher who IS essential, costs nothing, it makesone == TICKLED ABOUT TODAYTRANSMISSIONS

: me of things I never thought of doing. My hand on a Bible, wonder where the value system went. E-c I

Abby, I never looked at another man in the 34 years we have PREACHER'S WIFE IN IOWA au
been married. He kept at me and kept at me until I finally Irn rf: rLvD- -
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than ever. I have tried to ten him that I am not guilty, and I cats than curiosity.er 1 y1

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Go Ahead Youths! I
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Sfrw lark mtmt folks' morality. way, they help make youth a Occasionally they did a scene. THE l tIYDKftCHlEf! IN SOOT!! YOU AND YOU, DANE ARE ALMOST ,, SEE OUR NAMES IN LJSHTS ]M WANT TO SECTOCETHER..UKE.
"Look ma, I'm sinning! has little more bearable for the "What do you mean coming in ARE TO dlAME ; READY FOR YOUR FIRST PROFESSIONAL J .THE. LUNT5V! THEM IM PRINT
WASHINGTONPre sident been the triumphant cry of young. Youth is given the illusion here at this time of night smell- == JOB! .JUST A LITTLE MORE STUDY TOGETHER.ONWEDDING!

Johnson gave the wrong answer youth since social order was that its rebellion against the ing of beer?" "Boy, you don't -AND WORK-! .1 > t :

the other day when a reporter proclaimed. The time honored old order is new and exciting, really believe that Omar Khay- I INVITATIONS'GREAT1.

asked him to comment on rebuke Is, "I don't know what and that it is really lifting the yam message 'about the bird Eco ; aI

'. "the loosening" of young peo the younger generation is coming old folk's eyebrows.But being on the wing, do you?" I i '( 1
pIe's morals. "From my observation '
to. With the help of the older
has what if the older :
he said, "there genera-
There are sound reasons for tions follow President generation, youth'wu able to
been an improvement in morals preserving this trite old dialogue Johnson'slead feel its oats. A certain percentage ,
and assure the that : rM\tY
.. since my day. and It is the obligation of the old-timers ,had them young beaten went to prison; a much ill"
It is h a r d to conceive of a the older generation to carry it hands larger percentage turned out no _
down <
at 1 m morality? 'd
statement more likely to turn on. Most parents nowadays ("Call that sin, son? Get good, and some survived to maturity % It,
youth against him. One of the could give the children lessons mother to tell you how they usedto in about the same pro-

few compensations youth has in peccadillos, but they forbear. make in her bathtub." portions that had obtained since '
for the curse of being young is They pretend to be genuinely ;) Solomon's time. II I )M I I ARE VDO CUT ]IV 02. BECADSE I AM FOR 1S IN ANY CA$6 t I YViSN! If TMCNAESTV YOU PONT TELl.'Ek BE-
K* VU !.Uk
the illusion that it Is pioneering impressed by the parlous state This sort of thing .can only Recently the popular maga AM I TEBTINS I MINNIE?.BECAUSE TOO WITH ABOUT THE TO NIP WIDOWS OFF IT BOTH? THE AM TALLYHO BORDER wmI AMONG REDf COMB UEVC IN04ED.TTHEM BLOOD4. -

new outrages against the old of youth's: morality. In this compound the natural wretched- tines have been doing good workIn y YOUR FORTITUDE ; +A IIMlSfGZ htEAbRY' VEER'S PRIZE'CATCH ?CUR YAK WE. THE TO UT WON'T'8tT6ULLIrT.
ness of young-age. In the first assuring youth that its moral ZifL YEER? FOR fROM' THEN 'ICAR"rY -MOW END THAT$PEAR THE gnY? I y COiONFL., JUNSLF TPIBES.r YOUR .. R A DITi

SCARE oFt'ER place, It Is repugnant to children standards are rotten. It Is even o II LYDY .,u
I HEMCRA Nl ATAORATInC to have to dwell upon the reported that at many colleges,

ACROSS BRAo human frailty of their parents. not excluding Harvard, boys and z

1.Brent,open 28.Nostrlla F A z : o o D A v e Secondly, the young are certainto girls are seeing each other with <
6.Stride 32.Rulers A G C R C T R U v elO.Instrumea go into depressions in which the doors closed.
R 0 FIR A L S they feel cheated bullied and I No matter what President '
tai p lcte 37.Roman P O A A C C T O inadequate.It Johnson says, we must all denounce -i r'' I
11.Fuel ship room P o R T I C 0 V L X is bad enough for them to such behavior as shock. I> ; i,

la.13 Spealer Cublemeter 38.Ca P rieora.W A S A F T B o R l be told constantly that their gen- ing. We must ask, where would :

15.eonieder us A U T O s o I. A B E Date eration doesn't produce sluggerslike the country be today if boys and : t -

soldier 40.DepLIu t S E R E R E L A T E Babe Ruth, fighters like girls of earlier generations had i

16,Occident 41.Prance Rare art f !: R A L D L L e S Joe Louis, heroes like Lindberghand met privately without chap.erons. _

,' 18.Otrn:Scot. Abject SOLUTION OF TESTIKDAT'S- PUZZil politicians like FJXR., without we must say, mere has

lierced all 4'.Quit h a v i n g to face the charge never been such immorality. I I LAY Or'F r ?RCEABty WONT C'M ON,ZERD.
21. SSE? z'M
that it is also bush Remember that p1;ZERO, TEUJN5 ME SET rr AND oiu.66T .
23.Wide 45.<< ElIdt bOn'r S 'etds league in youth of: Dlo )rj > EVEH YOU : I:
6. rlvate America. And remember to tell JOKES MAD THEM m SIIOUCD SET
awake (6.LSlcnesses 1.Northern I TH E qRc 'j.'
sin.In gnErtl: GTMAD,
47. cuirass it to own children when the OP E
25 Fortify Terrapin 2.Powerless the old style, as President your
y6 Cebine 48.More 3,Darner a, Johnson must remember from next generation arrives. .J
monkey recent 4.aelawa y ,....
a.Latgniva his boyhood, parents were very

f'l' z I.J 4 3 01 1 B good about derstanding Smoke Drink <:
% 9.UnwsnyIce youth's needs. Immorality usually = -J
1/ 'z 10.Coins began with cigarettes under Tax Take Up 1 V rrr 5WE
I the bandstand at the
U I{ 17,Bdgtaatommunc
) School picnic and proceeded in- TALLAHASSEE (AP-Taxes

1$ It 11 RI 10. Gaelic exorably along a well charted collected on cigarettes and alcoholic Ecr...."
73.E.Iadian path. : beverages during March ....
r9 l' r'l"11 1l.lJ
riarseZ4 There was staying out after totaled HO.406,422, an increaseof

IZf : ;1" sT.ja Danced adt Bedtime to do the Big Appleon 40 per cent above March last =
: year largely because of '
mar the durgstore corner. Hook. increased --
."" '/ 'l'h 18 l' JI 31 29.Ransack lug school to spend the day in taxes. YE3..rM SURE BETTER CALL
JJ ,. SS 3' 30.Click. the burlesque bo se. Ezpound- Director Richard Keating of ANYWHERE, THE 61mUND5T OFFICE/ = S'va.F11LLFl .
31.Tender lug the pagan morality of OmarKha&m the State Beverage Departmentsaid +:.
Jl 1:1 37 'f41 sP to waitresses. Strong =
Sl.Stanldadsr the present trend of collections -
drink at the fraternity house. rL
41 7)4i4+ 33.Stdatep indicated taxes would sE
34 Fish sauu4S Assininities in automobiles. In reach 9120 million on cigarettesand
4'Ifl 3S.Red tuLer the Army the first night on the alcoholic F v 1
39. Prosaic town with the corporal: who had June. beverages by =
4a a .su
seen Life. < 1 1r
44.Roo 's
Par Ilme 2-4'In. AI' N wd..,sm. .. .J cry At every step of the way the With nine months gone in the ioo-( =
older generation encouraged the current fiscal year, he said, the
delusion that such daring department collected eLl mil-

breeches of established morality lien, an increase of $2 million 25
had never before been seen. from the taxes collected

Others laid on with the belt. throughout the previous fiscal ::Jso

Conscientious mothers sobbed. :yam,

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Thursday, April 9, 1964 Gainesville Sun 27ZL

I Neivs of Area Men in Service 'Ifr -.,j"-,-.. .

.. -
If u.
Army Capt. Paul D. Kidd, son is the largest Marine Corps in- the Rhode Island Navy League and a 1963 graduate of Georgia' r

of Mr. and Mrs. Shirley R. Kidd, stallation on the East Coast. Award presented annually to Institue of Technology in Atlanta. -; .

914 NE Sixth Ave., was assigned the ship which has the most Before entering the Army; _,..-.-'<>. > ,
March 2 to the 1st Infantry Airman First Class Barney K. clearly demonstrated outstanding he was employed by Southern I ,''

Division at Fort Riley, Kan. Starling, son of Mr. and Mrs. improvement in battle effi- Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co.,I "..
ciency and readiness.The in Atlanta. His father, J. Ellis\ ,
A. T. of Branford has "
Kidd liaison officer /
Captain ,
Mickler, lives in Huntsville, Ala.I tl ,
of Headquarters and Service graduated from the United award was the third I ya Q -, > ;.vJ :
Battery, Second Battalion of the States Air Force Noncommissioned -!award won-by Tirante this year. ; 'd. '
: .- :f .
division's 33d Artillery, en- Officer Prepara tor y She previously captured the + .rJi
: .
Kerry B. Hewett, 17, son of
School Sewart AFB Tenn.
at battle for
tered the Army in 1959. efficiency pennant
I Airman Starling, an Air Force Submarine Squadron 122 and Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Hewett! ,; ,, j..... : <
The 28-year-old office is a electrical power production specialist -the Arleigh Burke Fleet Trophyfor of Route 3, David W. Lovett,; .; '.,.,' -: .
1959 graduate of University is assigned to the Tactical outstanding battle efficiencyand 18, son of Mr. and Mrs. Claude: < '
of Florida. Lovett of 835 NE Third Ave.,j -" .: .
Air Command's 839th Civil individual proficiency. '" :
His wife, Margaret, is with Engineering Squadron at Se J and Kenneth W. Moore, 18, son I "''t> '
him at the fort. wart. of Mr. and Mrs. Ezra J. Moore, .; ;! .
The airman's wife Martha is of Hawthorne, recently completed -]j S' -
Second Lt. Brian E. Mickler, ,
eriCe. ...
basic at the Naval ,
training ( f'>> "" :'
the daughter of Norman White- 23, son of Mrs.,Daisy S. tickler, Center : You tedeques .
Training at Great
Marine Private First Class sides of Key West. '
,2511 SW 8th Dr., recently com
;Lakes Ill.
Stanley E. Strobles, son of Ennis I A graduate of Lafayette High I pleted an 11-week officer orien-, ; .,
Strobles of Micanopy partici-,School in Mayo, the airman entered -;tation course at the Army Engi-i The nine-week training includes -: .. TP -
pated in a sea assault landing, : the Air Force in o.pril1959.!' '
neer School at Fort Belvoir, Va. naval orientation, history; ,
operation at Camp Lejeune, 11 and organization, seamanship, : DP N
N.C., last month while serving During the course Lieutenant I Il INS he
Searl S. Stevens Jr., machin ordnance and gunnery, military D at t
with the First Battalion, Sixth ![Mickler: received instruction in
ist's mate fireman apprentice, l drill, first aid and survival.
I the dutes and responsibilitiesof
Regiment, Second Marine Division

USX, son of Mr. and Mrs. Searl i!
Fleet Marine Force, based a newly commissioned engi- During the training recruits
S. Stevens, Sr., of Hawthorne, is {
at Camp Lejeune, N.C. neer officer. receive tests and interviews Tura Se
serving aboard the submarine D ,
I which determine their future assignments Greer'
Camp Lejeune, the home of USS Tirante, operating out of I A member of Pi Kappa Alpha in the Navy. Upon j the f us
the Second Marine Division'Key West. '"(fraternity, he is-a 1958 graduate el.eeb f 5 l2Cr
since the end of World War II,I Tirante was recently awarded:''of Christ School in Arden N.C., completing are assigned the to program service schoolsor they!: Fred pd ofief p1N1N y-l ;30

to ships and stations for on- Mr.o lockson.z Ytt/e. pANC1Nf ,

t the-job training. oc. Mimic byobbYdGntinar C' tnbo
,1 ;
I ,'.,: B 5.8 -
I p o f t hC

I Army Pvt. Daniel R. I. White, P M r tr
i whose parents, Mr. ,and Mrs..: 5 nyS 4 purOriSO
I William Brightmon live at 908 2 sPettaI

!SE Ninth PL, recently completed 'i
eight weeks of advanced
SERVICESTOREIF '.I':bat training at Fort Hood.com-j f

.. During the course White '
I.:ceived training as re-I R eser .. 1
x ys.Q a : ., e I or 6.2 44Z 1
He is member of Hea 3
a ;lJ: Ph+ 3th Stg01
:ters Company, 1st quar-I ,". S
:the 1st Armored Division's
Infantry at Fort Hood.

He entered the Army last September -
; Y4
; f L and completed basic;

i training at Fort Gordon, Ga. I f fI M "' peoseyO1f 1,
I The 23-year-old soldier is a Coot (1
1959 graduate of Lincoln High "
,School and attended Hampton .$;; Est ..tJ-OR1"o ''

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o __. ._.___.___._..hh ._. ,_ h"h .YVYYY IYIYIIIlOij Thieves Get from the ship's ticket office. r. a.wlll.r R... ,.. -...
:: Owner Max Deutsch reportethe < /
SI5.OOO Boat jg
50 foot Sylva missinj .
; ._ << 1. "
Wednesday."I .t ,
3 vyr'q At Miami Pier
thought I was,drunk whei n
i MIAMI (AP) Some thieves I saw the boat gone," he said I
with foresight sailed away witha "I felt punch drunk. Amazed '
$15,000 double-decked fishing My life's investment I fee WANTED
boat docked at a downtown Miami -I lousy."
pier.Before. I

putting out to sea the
5. { I
j culprits stole two cases of beer 1

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1 Set to hail the opening of the New York World's Fair with song are these i
University of Florida students from the Gainesville area who will be on tour Rugs ReadyGuns
with the University Choir April 1726. The 61-member choir will perform in five
cities on the eastern seaboard before ending the tour in New York with performances To
at opening ceremonies of the Worlds Fair and several downtown
I appearances. Front row, from left to right: Carolyn Thomas Ruth Krienke, Tools .
Margaret Simons, second row; Nancy W. Royster, Merri J. D'Antonio, :Martha Boats
Wirth, third row; Ray Anderson, Denver Sherry and Charles Evans. Dr. El-
wood Keister, lower left, is University Choir Director. Tents

II Fred Karl Sees Run-off With Scott KellyFred I ON THE BIG STATION Plants Books." Use

Karl of Daytona Beach I I''young,vigorous and determined.We dollars In federal aid to broaden Person
said yesterday he and Scott represent conflicting philos- their work. 980 Kc. WDVH 5000 Wts. Pianos

Kelly of Lakeland were both ophies and we are both from the High also reiterated his opposition Stoves
gathering strength rapidly in I central part of the state." to any alteration in the I SERVING ALL NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA To
the campaign for and
governor Radios
I John Mathews Jr. of Homestead exemption law.
that if the present trend wenton
I ... ..... __ ;
they would be the runoff issued a challenge to two """- :: ; '" "' Skates Person
candidates. other senators to "name one ;
"A runoff between Kelly and major and constructive piece of I.w&UNCLE _,! 'lKS.i" _:. _. "by G: ore.l nzmayer tlr.I r Trunks
me would be a very interestingrace statewide legislation they have
," Karl said. "We're bothTTORE successfully sponsored." ITS TROTTIM DOWN rcttTUt Jewelry
.. .. Wanl
I !sow sen.Scott Kelly and ex- I IS AM EXPERT WKES WILLIE YOUR Bicycles
Sen. Fred 0.Dickinson now AT IS NUTTY FAVORITE MTA'RA14
veritable tigers of the Legis- 1 :, SWIMMING.ABOtiT BJIXTERF 433SaNAIN sT. TV Sets
'4 PAGE'S lature. In actuality, they were 1 111'/ r /11 C1aAfT FETE H /. Ad
far from that. They impressedno ClothingCameras

one with their records," Ma- ? .
thews said in campaigning in
ti ,
p I central Florida. I Antiques :.
Kelly spent much of Wednes- 4
day shaking hands in various Furniture
A towns on the lower west coastof -'
Florida and talking about his ',
road construction plans for that Diamonds Lines
area. He promised to push the
four-laning of U. S. 41 from Fish Poles
:, Tampa to Miami as rapidly as '
possible. Used Cars 1 0

Dickinson fired a blast at Ma- LB.SWIFT'S 39 Auto TiresAquariums '
thews, who he said had votedas .
a senator last year for keep
GE ing the milk commission's retail Days

price fixing powers and for higher ?. Row Boats .'
"This car tag is the costs.man who tells the Golf Clubs $$200'

people of Florida in his cam- PREMIUM CHUCKSTEAK -

paign posts and literature that TypewritersMotorcycles ....
he is best qualified, yet five ."
IS NOW weeks ago when asked about his LB.49CFRESH
vote to retain price fixing pow- I Used TrucksRefrigerators :: .
.OPEN ers on milk he answered 'I I Ididn't
understand the bill,' I say
to Mathews that the housewivesof y' "
Florida understand the bill LEAN Buggies
because they are reminded of it Electric Motors
every time they pay their milk
We Stock All bill." Ground Beef 3lbs. $100 Farm Machinery
Mayor Robert King High of Store
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I -,. Thursday, April 9, 1964 Gainesvillt Sun 29

1 r ". '" !!W<1!< 16 Work Wanted FemaT. ._ OL .
SPECIAL NOTICESThe iff" I III IUIJII'I!! 35 Houses for Sol* 35 Houses for Sol ; nausea IO oie

e 35 Houses for Sole I 43 Colored Proper
'Citizens Bank will accept I WANT lob as practical nurse and 4 BR. 2 bath home air conditionIng 421 NE 11 PLACE. 2 br 3 BEDROOM. 2 bath CB house.
sealed bids en the following$ I WANT-AD RATES companion. Have own car. Call Ig. family Rm. Walking distance CCB. garage. A-C. 108x100 fee tot. HOMES FOR SALE
I Items: 1943 Pontiac Star chief 4- 374-1549. Boy's Club and e I e m. available. Phone FR 4-458. payment. Ass D. HOME TRDEOPPORTUNIT 2 ft 1 Bers SE 14th St. ft

I door hardtop air power steerIng achooL 14995. Terms. FR 2- 818 N. E. 7h Ave 52541 SE 7 Av n down pay
i 9714. NEW HOUSE 3 2 ameN
brakes. 162 14 Glaspar brs d
PH. 372-8441 17 Work Wanted Mal. pay
central FOR SALE BY OWNER 4 BR. 2 ment. Monthly
: with 1942 Scon 75 bat
HP. and Hurricane tat. C.CS.
FOR only (450 down. (9U7
trailer. 1959 with per kic $14 bet Ig. FIe r Ig. utility 1 Aa homes bum on you
Crosby .
, t month payments you can qualify for separate din- View Estates for homes In the down payment.
" 40 Evinrude I 75 HP. and Gator forClassified REFRIGERATOR and air conditioning for 4 BR 2 bath home, 1804 CII or apntmt Pf Ing rrru, r watt 10-12,000 price r.. Visit Sales lt Can TOMMY RIDGELL
trailer. Contact Mr. Sherrod. repair wants NW 38th Terr. Will Inside 64 kl Office Builder
man work. paint Cor Phone F J-4U
I carpeting glass Tera !
" ._Bids_ accepted until April 17th. OnlyDEADLINES CIII FR 2-2389. .. outside completely. For appt. sliding I ling r 14'x24' and Ave. o call FR 2-5 t

t to see can 372-0481. li 1 STORYRED patio feI back yard.1325 Butler Bros. B ldeNORTHES 45 Furnished Apt

r 8 BiLy Sitters. Child Car 18 Schools & InstructionsMEN PROFESSOR OWNER. moving NE 12 S1. .

I I New 3 BR. 2 bath Masonry BRICK MOVE Into a nearly new 4 BR. SUMMER special I ft 2 Bedroom

TINY TOT h Hlr fl cen luxury home complete with carpeting apartments well fmi quiet
section close to Ltttlewood and
WANTEDTO fatlng. Iltl pets.
Tue thru Fri. papers-5 p.m. Day before nubflr"Fo. GE couple oy n
I Sat. TRAIN FOR x 210. Faculty tral air drapes. kitc c w West schools. 3 8ero 10 p mo. .. J. Mlt 25C5
PLAY SCHOOL ads to go In Sun. paoer-Utfl a. neighborhood. FR Fiepaetrfp oak floors- Central St. Phone

) Visit vs and see for yourself. i .For ads to go In Mon. pcper-1 p.m. Sat. CIVIL SERVICEEXAMS 215RENTERS In klc w buM ele1-$. 529 .N.W. large family room an sr I t 2-495.
5 Sf 1
24 Ipla se ed fenced .BEDRO air
: SE 8th St. FR A-78K (Minimum ad 4 lines) ? porch Ito p $ d c
PLANNED awaits a We prepare Men and Women.Ages FIe room-rear patio for 500 Call lansap Apartment S.W. 2nd
your for free
pre-school youngster at JACK FAMILY RATES E sary. 18-55.Grammar No experience school education neces Register mt's rent acy. 3_ very large bedl"OOf'l'ls 2 COMING RALPH- ayi. REALTOR Ave. Colonial Manor AL $115.

I ft JILL NURSERY SCHOOL sufficient. no olg.tio mthl. bet Floored uPtair d FOSSEY 1 block from Occv-
Ii usually Permanent
I Music program educational 15 Insertion ...........................-................. 34C line === lob!. No layoffs. Short hours. re.c t cver and "Selling Florida Since 1904" pancy b February 2
film-strips. 7:45-5:15. MonFrLi E 3 Insertion _........................................ '2c line E High pay. Advancement. Send EDWARDS. play ro I VILLAGE W. University Ave. STO LOOKINGI SwWet Apr.
-_1331 S.W. 13th St. FR '- 9OO.I == Insertions! .......................................... 17c line name, home address phone HUG Fla. INC 'ne LIKE NEW and 1 Member Multiple P 37..13 Sept. 1, 2 BR, completely

1'1 | 12 Insertion* ............ ............ ..." ..... 14c line E number and time home. Write er far. ing. Frankly yard landscap NO Liti turn air apt. T-V
b we wonder FHA DREAM c
I RELIABLE for infants sitter or small wishes children to care In i Total Chan Tiputed by multiplying total lines* '. earnedxnumbt. Marcel Co. Box 381-A, c/o Gainesville 16th Ave. 15th St. did not make a mistake I GREEN at night We cant t see ate btct. blks. fro
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6 thii .
insertions. .
tj << i EI Sun.RAILROAD they valued this property cap marTle
her home. Reasonable, call FR place. co. p
3th STREET, 4114 0 G fsh. CmeUu.A"els.
by owner .10
ly lust B p m 376
4-3897. CAREERS: In communications $ FR 117. w 11. VILLAGE srb
after 3
r work. Retirement. 13 2 11 You Beautiful oks orange CLEAN 4T 1 br trlile.
P. may drive 434 NE 10th trees, car Student couples
18-30. Write. pets.
high Ages
S Five letter words per line .1 phone pay.to Box 394-A care give of BEAUTIFULLY kept 3 BR Ave for an idea of t value, GREEN garage car living Air conditioned o. and

I Gainesville Sun. home, wood f. like new, ten call FR 4-2472 an appointment wl flepllc. dining rm. garbage furnished. 75. 373-
Employment dishwasher ft to see Inside (It looks walk 2.000 sq. sin
.. Same as 2 lines Real I Estate Exam dltkmed. Lovely .Ir-o. even better). ft. of ptry. Nelrl minutes I I
8 Pt. LLAGE 2 BR. |8
yard $ x
ordinary type 1005 NE 23rd Warner W. Weseman-Realtor from Gainesville, Florida. private S M ho.
2.5U3 fence.
I COURSEATTEND 1113 N. Main St. Price-Low 7 lt
12 Pt Same: as 3 lines I First lesson free.HOWELL'S IF you plan to Dll and would 2& NW 21s. PI. FR .11
ordinary type like a custom home by ex GREEN .
# COLLEGE. 218 W. Univ. Ave perie builders t.t have YOUNGAMERICA to see this 3 bedr bath EAST SIDE
; : 4 lines FR. 4-3507. 3723727. ti to discuss with home on large corner tot in
1 18 Pt.ordinary type you ask for Gene LLAGE .
BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORS =e- cl.372.22 have availableour beautiful schools residential .This closeto

Earn up to $5 per hour demonstrating 27 Feed ( Fertiliser CO plans to choose from. home has e sp. room GRDENAPARTMENTS

famous Studio Girl I Complete financing can b ex GREEN extra large kitchen with built-
Cosmetics. Full or Part Time. 24 Same as 5 lines paie to you right in your own HOMESPRESENTS in range and 2 car carport
Phone 374-4334 after 4. Pta ordinary i)'pe DAISY FERTILIZER $8.00 per h. For appointment calk and ove desirable $57 per month UP

EXPERIENCEDSTENOGRAPHERS. im yard.. (1.25 per bag. Phone 374S5S5 THE Of JAE CO.Builders Ip_. McKINNEY good features.financing Priced .at 1.0 with Gainesville's Finest

Openings available It of Klngsberry Homes NEW BRICK Fumlshe or unfurnished

S perry. Typing and dictation The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for more than one 28 Livestock & Supplies Ph. 372-2527 nltes GREEN Lvely In 2 bedroom .PA.
. skills necessary. Starting salary Incorrect Insertion nor will It be Hat: ;* for any error in adver I 374.BY DAN BYRDASSOCIATE 3 9 St. 3.
. based on experience. Submit resume I tisement to a greater OWNER In Idylewllc 2 MODEL p605.
than the cost of the
?ace occupied -
In confidence. or telephone BR.. CCB house tile OPEN

by the I em In the I m Paint, bet fl"
372-0411 Ext. 225. for No adjustment, will 9 YR. old Mare pleasure. ily Call after r AVAILABLE f summer trl-
appointment. EQUAL OPPOR. I be made on errors that do not materially effect the value of working barrel racing. Registration r FEATURES : master 1 J bedroom furnished

TUNITY EMPLOYER. the advertisement. papers available. Call after 5:3 P. Quick Buy! l ret Some air
I I 4 p.m. 46 -f295. B Y OWNER 4 BR. 2 bath home Fireplaces Jack DeYot Broker conditioned. University
EARN up to $50 a week. Full or: In N.E. With den, screened Screened porches This 4 B. R. 3 bet home MUST 914 SW. 7th Avenue. FR -
TRAILER. First 75. Assocllfe
part-time. No soliciting or collectIng i The Gainesville Sun reserves the privilege of revising or rej 51 -HORSE Phone FR 4-3315. por bic.patio, etc $16,10 custom kitchen c.bnt SELL Estate be settled Christine E. Holloway I 26
car lIe<<....ry. Call FR e190. j Jecting any advertisement which It deems objection! and to = CII Oversized Comer lot near J. J. Fin ley Walter E. $ DELIGHTFUL I U r r.u n din" .
i change the classification of any advertisement from that or. Plus many other custom Shol and University Call Clayton todtd I Furnished. 2 large rs Prtvf' -
dered to conform to the policy of the paper. I 29 Landscaping-Top-Soil ATRACIVE! ro a avail featuresVA&FHA 2.317.Litlewod. (25 N. W. 13th Street FR 2.2511 I bath end *" C
COSMETICS == lS Ilre f. pale Member Multiple LIstingGLADYS fo. 70S E. I
APPROVED by American Medical family Ave. ,

t ervlce.Association.No guess grab Personalized go me mn mllllllllmll/lllllll"n/ I AMARYLLIS ft Hybrids.bulbs. White impartedDutch ft colors bat In. and dishwasher located at air citi. : SMITH 2 BR. wel fur 1t floor duplex.
home In Ideal ,
3923 N. w. 15th St. after St. Qiet Air cond.
thod. Full time Call FR TERMSWalking
or part work.
I Idylld location N t to the
4pm e x 3 mature,
Call Lois Williams. FR 2-4045. 12 Male Help Wanted 13-Help Male or FemaleExp. 2.24 4 p. school 3 B. R. Terrazzo 1 ACRE and 4 bedroom h. for students. m

SALESPERSON 30 PETS & SUPPLIES BY OWNER In N.E., 3 Br.. 1 bat distance to eleentar floors Central heat 1 sale. Walki distance tl 2 BEDROOM 3764
Schools, old. Much desired wood schools. trailer. On large
Experienced in the sale of Ig. screened patio, Hih Shpping yr. West
DISHWASHER wanted apply In neih
Domestics and Draperies. This Is Wonderhouse Restaurant secretaries, salary open washer stove pd 1500 bor. The owner has I Fireplace, porch, S.dy lot. Close In. $70 per
person. shepherd pu ps.AKC rel. .
a full time permanent position 14 s.W. 1st St. Beh I n d White Cashier-hoslacs. attractive registered. Bred for Temper. .75 m Call FR 67 Churches.YOUNG must sell Price now hardwood floors. Call 372-5393 to Call 372-3488. or 371

with all employee benefits. Apply Sears. Bookkeeper housekeeper, $25 wk. ment and Quality. See at 3501 AIR CONDITIONED reduced to 116,5 Can be see this o 1 22 BR, I bit fr campus,
, t at Wilson's Department Store. salary open N. W. 18th Terr Phone FR I F.H.A. Act now-This air' cond. $101
or for perme.
MAN 21 years or over to work Exp. waitres-. salary .. comm. 4-2380. thr'sl' space : won't be on the 4 BEDROOMS home In P. K. Call McKlnney Green, Inc.
the house proper m.r.
(1, SALESPERSON with our manager in the area of Exp. mechanics for you.llnlL AMERICA lo. Call FR. 2-3417. Yonge arl. Pretty lot. Separatedining
Experienced In the sale of Lingerie. Central Florida. Car required.Out Store trainee hi schL grad. SPRINGTIME. is puppy time. English living area opening onto room. Fireplace In living .
This Is a full time permanent Mon day AJM. to Friday Off. trainee. hi schl. grad. Shepherd puppies .. Amer. wood enclo patio. room. Family overlooking PRIVATE bath ft entrance, first

position with all employee benefits P.M. each we. k. $105.00 p er Tree surgeon foreman $2 hr. ican Shepherd puppies. Call FR tle, 2 an West, schools. HOMES duplexLet the garden. ro C'I 3725393for floor, two large rooms fo
I' -. Apply Wilsons' DepartmentStore. week salary with added weekly Auto salesman Exp. 2-0033. heat us show you this attractive an adults. Refrigerato
Incentive pay. Permanent posi Short order grill man dlslsr. disposal, built In: NW 34th & 7th Avenue and well located two story duplex apintment. stove an. 01.
tion. Write Mr. H. F. McCulla. Insurance trainee. $100 wk. HIMALAYAN kittens. ACFA reg stoe. selling at FHA appraisal that we have listed Good 4 BEDROOM 2 deluxe FURNISHED "
WANTED white lady live In P.O. Box 11171. Tampa. Florida. Route salesman Levy Co. istered. New unusull'breed of price. $22,000 only. $1500 Phone 3727070FRED slo 1 Br. .D. water
and take care house & 2 chIlI Include In letter complete name, CONNELL EMPLOY. AGY. long haired cats with Seal down. '2 NW 34th Terr. FR coition $- Fully furnished month -In ho. Ideal for Near lvin and fume 31st Ave. NW. 9 T.rr.
per Uni call FR
dren. FR 2-6502 bet. 3:30 andI address telephone number. and 120 SE 1st Ave. PointSiamese markings. Lovable 4945.BRZ2 Could be 15.00.s. home with fr entertaini. Lovely .17.

I. p.m.. or FR 4-0091 bet. 7 age and date you would be Phone 37.1234STRUCTURAL pets. Show possibilities. Inquiries 4 bam in Highland an Income Attractively pric lot. Call 372-5393 and we will be 3 ROM furnished apt. nice *.
.. .
a m. 3 p.m. available to start training (with Invited. Phone 374-0963. Court For
Manor, alr-itlone edDon't wait Call FR. 2- happy to show you this lovely clea. mlrrl couples
MAKE MONEY in your spare pay) and work If accepted. Interview FOR SALE a wks. old pure-bred double utility ., 3417. home. ly. Adults, n Its. Rent rca.tenable. 0
I time selling Avon. If you have will be arranged with STEEL detailers Dalmatian puppies. For Information membership schools In walk 376-7

4 hours a day to spare from you In the near future. to $150 per week. contact James Wing. FR ing distance, Sl.mo. 2832 NE ASSOCIATES $400 DOWN and a month for NEAR Campus 3

your home. Call Mrs. Burns FR EXPERIENCED service station ARCHITECTURAL to $175 per draftsman week.- 2-1621 llth Terr. Call FR 6-2 ARNOLD J.Col.Fred .Gu Jly Butterworth this extra nice$bedrooms 2 apartments. 2 3 furnished or 4 stu-
2-0421. J. Wiltshire
attendant wanted. Don't apply ESTIMATORS $10,000 an HEALTHY happy American bath .0 m e. Carpeting and dents. Roby FR 6-2927 or
FULL or part.tlme position open If not willing to work. Salary nually. Shepherd puppies. male ft fe IMMEDIATEOccupancy Multiple Listing drapes Included. Drive b 2015 FR 6-102

In credit department. Must have according to ability. Fringe BUYERS $400 $400 per male. $30. Registered. Call FR REALTOR N. E. 7th Terrace and call NICE, quiet,
collect. experience. Apply In benefits. Good future for right month. 4-3470 anytime. Best before 10 FORDYCEREALTOR 372-5393. heat aerial air private steam
i person J. M. Fields Departmentstore. person. See Billy Gouge 318 A.M, conditioner.
N.W. 13th St.COMBINATION LAW or Bus. Adm. degree Ac MOVE right In 3905 S. W. Sad 4fh"st o ln9" %n. 4 NESTUDIOUS

COCKTAIL waitress experienced body and fender countants. Field Representatives. 33 LOTS FOR SALEBY MOVE INTO YOUR"OWN Charm $1500 Avenue.down Ideal and financing with
Field month. room mate
man wanted. Good working cond. Superintendents. Chemical. SS. wanted
presentable. Apply University Contact Bill Bray. HawesPowers Industrial Mechanical and Civil MODERN HOME ON FANTASTIC entertainment 3 bedroms 2 lar. tot to Share cool alr-conditioed

Inn Mr. Pozin. Body Shop. 411 SW 3rd Ave. Engineers. Machinists, Teachers, BEAUTIFUL OWNER RENTAL BASIS BEFORE In tremendous living sp.c Cetrll let. Call 3775393. apt. for summer. C.I FR
wooded lot. 900 ro.
HIGH school senior or graduate FR 20538CAREER Reg. Nurses. Block of N. W. 22nd Street. 110' YOUR LOAN CLOSES. bedro 2 bath large 'UI. Mrs. Dlekle.

do you wish to learn bookkeeping Opportunity with national I x 15J. Phone 374-5109. Priced from $12,750 to $11450 fireplace central heat Split LevelThis I GLADYS SMITH 1 RM. Apt., eQuip. Suitable
? We will teach you. Good Applicants for above positions NO MONEY DOWN VA. and air conditioning. Within for couple. TV
experience for right person. TypIng organization. Young man must be BEAUTIFUL large lots fully walking distance of the delightful 4 bedroom home antenna -
21 to 35. Ambitious and willing willing to relocate. pay only $100 closing Finl : ft garage. 4 blks N. of
necessary. Apply Mrs. Pitt. improved. In Rldgewood. NW Best terms FHA school and University complete with a tremendous RELTOR square. FR
to cmpus.
work. commission.
man. University Inn. Salary and EXECUTIVE Secretaries. Stenogs.. 31st Street lust south of NW Free lifetime Swim Club Large wooded lot with recreation room Is waiting I Listing 6-34
Stock purchase plan for perma- 16th Avenue. J. W. Kirkpatrick Me all around. Price for your Down Florence Bums Griffin SUB-let 4 BR Apt. to Sept.
Waitresses, Apply In person.Jerry's nent employees. Company car Secretaries Bookkeepers. CI rk. bership. Walk to S26SD Inspi Be (100 n
Agency, 31 N. Main or call FR payment can Noyes Sheldon per
.j typists office cashIers 21-40. witha Caroln m ro g.
Restaurant. 2310 SW. and leads furnished. Retirementand arTlne
2-8404. EDWARDS and also excellent University 372-5393 rage Kre porch, 5
minimum of 2 121 ro.
yrs. office ex ,
13th Street.WAITRESS group benefits. No experience Living terms. Good northwest loca blks. fr campus. FR .
required. We train you. perience. Also part time steno 1.1 ACRES on Clear Lake lust Cit
wanted. Apply in person INC. three tion. Consult FORDYCE ft 1 BR
Opportunity for advancement to graphers. West of City limits. Beautifully bro duplex air
Cookies Truck Terminal two bath ASSOCIATES, INC, MARYMOELLER coiti sl.
Hawthorne. the right man. Apply Singer Co. wooded. Call anytime. N.E. 16th Ave. & 15th St. east reside in h 37'12 AVII.! lt. Ner .
214 W. Univ. Ave. Apply 10 12 A.M. 2-4 P.M. Ralph Realtor sti" flors.; 61'0.

WANTED attractive young lady FOSSEY 3721551FOR ..._landscaped o Redwood Shutters COONIAL Manor Sub-lease avail-
21 and 35. Good "Selling Florida Since 1904"
between ages Sa. or trade. New 4 eRe and a modern I Ibe. conditioned. $110 per
Savings and Loan lob In 11 W. University Ave. Ph 3741359Westminister to. S1.
pay. located .
In ADVERTISINGREPRESENTATIVE 102 NW 2nd Ave. 372-4377 for In Westmoi eland IncomeTHREE will purchase C.I 376-140 or call Mrs.
Starke, experience use
appointment. Estates. On city paved tractive brick home Low Roland 372.711.
of office machines also desir. St 2 Ig. bath swers.. family bedroom payment and monthly Gracious
able. Call 944-4501 Starke. if interested "o dow Living apt., water
G. r d'e In Hill- Rm. ft Rm., with to suit Efcienc fumishe
for Interview. ns. fvln dining area. garage apartment. p payments your b I IS mo. 3505 N.W. .
crest Memorial Pane. Present Central built-in kitchen In rent will most of get. Consult FORDYCE yours when you purchase this 17
A wonderful opportunity for 14-Sales Help Wanted tleat pay mortgagepayment. spacious 3 Call McKlnney Green Inc. 2-
WAITRESS wanted. even'ng shift the right man. Must be be- value $987. $130 for my equity, cluing dishwasher. 2 court Newly painted Inside ASSOCIATES. INC, 31..12 home. In the bedro.. 2 bath; 3617.
at Howard Johnson's Restaurant. tween 20 & 40 years of take up payments $13 month. Ylrds walk to schools, close to and out. Located In nice. quiet Sio Good
Apply In person only. At 2830 age be able to sell, typeat REGISTERED Real Estate Sales Present balance M73 FR 2-4755 F t mediCI'center FHA neighborhood. Total price $15- A financing. Only $1,0 3 bedrooms bath and to. Prie
NW. 13th .St. Call 000 with excellent Call to Gorden'Wal $75 per men t Is.
least 40 wpm have person. FR 6-4471 for Inter.view. 170 Do 11.7 terms
SMART and attractive waitress good transportation. This 34 Waterfront Property Jmedl fe '. n. Driv b sea this one today. envelopes BudgetON 2-2907.come. Water furnished. Call FR

over 21 to serve nice people In local |lob offers tremendous MARY MOELLER, REALTOR 102 NW 40th CII lawn of this 3 bedroom home. this lovely 2 1 bath,

a nice atmosphere. Permanentlob possibilities for future advancement lot' W. Univ. Ave. Brothers m-S 276 Lake HomesWE Economical monthly paymentsof It is located In bro. sec SPACIOUS very attractive
reasonable hours. Immediate good salary WINFRED H. CRAWFORD 197. A low down pay. tion has a nice yard and Is liken stairs 2 BR fume I Only up
s vacancy. Apply PrimroseInn. plus commission and expenses Reg. Broker, specalizlng In 1311 have two new homes on Breezy move you Into It.FORDYCE _, for only $600 down per month. NE p.St. Phon.76527C .
OPPORTUNITY for full time Raw N. E. 20th PL By owner 3 Point, Lake Geneva ft ASSOCIATES.INC. and (75 r
paid vacation and
LAKE PROPERTIES -ACRE oerin o month. No .
BR. Fla.
leigh Business in West Alachua patio $77.14 excellent
:WAITRESS. good salary. ApplyIn many many fringe bene Co. or part Gainesville. Pro- AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose, VA loan .Ir-o.\ I appl. m swimming.bolti. fising 2 bath 27612 2 and 3 BEDROOM air

person. Wonderhouse Restau fits.work Must long hard be hours.willing Experience to- ducts sold here over 40 years. GR 52981.BEAUTIFUL. tional. Oer, FR 2-2341.op with fireplace bro Pool ed, furnished cio.

rant. 14 S.W. 1st Street behind but Car necessary. No cash Invest. lot on the Suwannee NW SECTION for 1 bath with garage. Resab Wishing blocks from Campus $100 and
Sears. preferred not ment required. For personal interview II. or rent 3 ly priced at home IMAGINE yourself the owner of sue. Call 372-0481 for
17900. f For the ? Then appoint
necessary If qualified in all write Sates Man River at Rock Bluff. Call 374. and 4 bedroom, bath. CCB pere this 3 bedroom 2 bath home ment to see.
ager respectively. toss into this
DEPENDABLE colored worn a n other aspects. Send complete Rawleigh (FAD-320-302) Memphis 6160. h. City water, lights and pnie Just reduced to $24,500. Call I
for housework and care of senile: resume of qualifications Tenn. Shown by appointment. swimming J. Everin for appointment to see it today 2BR. furnished apartment. No
elderly lady. R e q u Ire refer- to Box 389.A. GainesvilleSun. LAKE Place for sale. call FR 2- Phone FR 2-3 EconomyWELL you could In pets. 311 S. E. 8th St. $80 month.
Call FR 2.8988 after 6 p.m. 4416 after 5 p.m. tractively planned home. Phone FR 4-8941.
ences. 16 Work Wanted Female 4 BEDROM 2 bet with cen constructed frame 2 BR Family room with fireplace We Have Many Fine
CASHIER WANTED, good salary. LAKE house completely furnish heting IlrColtl home on large tot. Whisperingpines separate dinin ro kitche 4 Bedroom Homes for Sale MOBILE borne. Ig cabana room,
ed Lake Hutchinson. White
Apply In person on Ing. 4123 NW 15th scattered around this residence with an no pets. Call FR 2-2290.
Wonderhous.I sand bottom lake ft nice white
Restaurant. 417 SW I YOUNG man with ambition and I IRONING don In my home. Experienced beach. 12. make I attractive for elegant front foyer opening 1 bedroom
Sears. Interested In future In the law Reasonable. 110 NE Best buy around $10,000. only 1.5 Into the living room. Wall private furs, lparmt
airy business. No experience 4th St. after 4:00 p.m. Financing by owner. 11,500 New to wall carpeting Included. MARY T.V.
COUNTER girl wanted at Tropical necessary. High School gradu down. Balance at 4 per c. n t. ListingBLACK See this lovely home todayl I 276l.antenna Call FR. 4-5112 or
402 N. W. 13th EXPERIENCED typist wants Phone FR 2-4414 after 5 P.M..
Shirt Laundry. ate. Not lust.I: summer.)lobo but. work ARNOLDRealty S28.300 Consult FORDYCEft
v-t' 'Annlv In n'r&on only' a permanent posiTion fOr ine to do In home. Call Mrs. Phillips or on week-ends. ACRES ASSOCIATES INC. FOR RENT 1 BR apt. 300 NE
Lovely S bed
right person. Robertson's Jewelers 374-41J4. SHADED LOT 2 bath home MOELLER llth St. Studious atmosphere

12 Male Help Wonted 211 W. Univ. Ave. ON crystal clear Lake Anne, conveniently located masonry to the University Company 7"1 I _Available Phon April l Uth. Rent $75.

BARTENDER. experienced mix rThATIONAL Short drive to downtown GainesI and the Golf Course. Mullp. Listing Member 1234.FORDYCE 37&17.
Avenue Ph. 3723522
ROUTE salesman for Gainesvillearea. ologist sociable sober. Apply I ville. Deed restricted. Owner Large kitchen spacious screen 11. REALTOR 47 Houses
S days week salary & University Inn, Mr Perln will finance. See this before porch utility room and car I I for Rent Fum.I .
Commission. Call Ronnie Hay- CONCERNHas you buy. Call FR 2-1072 after port. A REAL BUY AT .118,0 DID YOU
Co. FR 2- I 5.00 P.M.DeSIRABLE. ASSOCIATES INC. 1019 W. Unlv Av_. UK. house, suitable for couple or
ward.. 7-UP Bottling 13-Help Male or Female openings for college students SMALL DOWN PAYMENT Spac- >&AT one person only, $50 a

4761.lONE during summer vacation. lake property 160 clous 3 Bedroom 2 bath home on RING? REAL ESTATE EXCHANGORS 38 Real Estate Wanted on Hawthorne Rd. Call ;'
of the largest Insurance companies PHOTOGRAPHY laboratory as Public relations work. $100 a feet on lake with shell house. large corner lot. Family room, MULTIPLE LISTING REALTORS 2-62

In the country has a 'position sistant. Write letter application week salary' If qualified plui Contact Mrs. McCatl. 750 utility room, terrazzo floors, built- ARE you one of the many Grace S. Fordyce. Broker 3 BEDROOM.
open for man between age for Interview stat I n g we are awarding Several 11000sChollrshps Mickler Rd... Jacksonville Fla in oven and rnge. central heatIng have called wanting n I w Harvey Ben ton. Associate WANT TO BUY house. Near 2 bath Available furnished

21 to 38. Unlimited future. Start qualifications. Box 394-A coo : and ether awards. 32211. system, carrt. IT'S home on a large tot outside the 914 W. Univ. Ave. 37'-12 early May. Camps.. Box 124,
at sM week. After f>rst I 2 or 3 home wit"
: per Gainesville Sun.WATCHMAKER. For appt. call Mr. R. B. Davis SMALL cottage on Cooper Lake, VACANT. OWNER TO City? If so. then let us show bedro Gainesvme Florida.
weeks $100 and better. Call 372 3543763 Jacksonville Fla. or price 3000. Terms. $100 down, SELL you this 4 BR. 2V* bath CB homeon FUN IN family baths. Kitchen
Sill for appt. WANTED Jrop In Suite 543 Fla. Nat'l. $20 month. Also 3 Bedroom CB acre tot. shaded ft must b equipped. Centra 2 BR. CCB furnished N. E. sec
V fence.
SALESMANExperienced EXCELLENT position for right Bank B'dg.! Jacksonville be- house. FR 4-0848 between 10 ft DUPLEX Near the University well f.11 selter, heat preerre Must be priced twn. C.I FR 2.715.
man. Position to be open April 2 bedroom apartments kitchen dream right down pay
in the sate or 4. Contact Mr. Hester FR 48444. tweenhours8A.M.andnoon. 4. clos THE SUN ment. reslbe 2 81 house with tile bath, par.
equipment ONLY Box 345-A,
Men's clothing and Furnishings Inclued. ets. and mU more for the floors, ft T.V antenna. Nice

for part time work. Apply in person :: 35 Houses for Sale $14,800.nance! 0 W N Fl. amazing pice o only 11',75 OPEN HOUSE 2-6 Gainesville Sun.LISTINGS. : shady lot In good neighborhood
at Wilson's

Store. Department I i 1-t, NEW 3 bedroom CCB $." JOHN WANT NE 23rd Blvd. and WANTEDFordc 3 376-t74.BEDROOM furnished sburb

MAN wanted tor local milk $450 down, $45 month. Phone Associates, Inc. have home. Plenty of room, clo
route. preferred ages 21 to Day 495-2441, FR 4-4311 15th Street s. Avertable April S120
Night 1s.
35. High school ed. preterred. ARE YOU A SALESMAN??? MERRILL VALUE? 372-1551 listings of new homes and Interesting and tots mt Call FR 25 L J.

good health. Apply 204 SW HAZEL HEIGHTS In the Gainesville Excellent 25 N.W. .
Sm St. THEN this attractive 3 .r. -
Se* our 4-bedroom and 3-bed- 'REALTOR BR, t Ip CB home at 2141 ranch modern offers clients are wlitl to 2 ft 3 BR houses, $100 per
I DO you want a FUTURE room 2-bath CCB homes wIth N. W. 49th Terr. .California b Informed of 'bti. mo. 7 mtn. fro courthouse
Beutl V loads of at very FORDYCE 5 mbu t* Phone
FURNITURE DO you want to make MONEY? built-in electric stove and oven. MULTIPLE LISTING acre shaded lot I d able lvi payments. res FR

DO I'Car Central heat city utilities. Phone 3144ASSIATE City. Deep well. Sprinkler system and diningarea ASSOCIATES, INC. 2-85.
UPHOLSTERYFor I you own and Car Insurance Wired for television and tele: for yard. Cent. heat. Fam and otdr livi In patio. 3- 924 W. UBhf Ave 374-1)34 3 BR, 2 bath furnished Mock
ARE you READY. WILLING. and ABLE TO WORK* phone. Large yards completely ily room. Todays price only $14> house. Phone FR 2-C724.
top quality workmanship ; IF Is grassed. Hazel Heights is in Marcella BucUunnan bedrooms with fret Up cubic
call your answer yes to all above questions the city limits. Equipped with I 0 feet of closet Luxurious 41 Residential Income ATTRACTIVE completely fum.

CALLI! bus papered baths, fllon luminous 3 BR. horn*. Available
372-6142 sewer lines close to stop. 2

GAINESVILLE Mr. McLeod collect 4224118 OcaU between t"e hoursof low down loans. Located payment.on conventional Northwest PARRISTTPRESENTS UNIVERSIT cins. WO glass. .shower what en a GOOD 1 ft 2 INCOME bedroom duplex fully fumls 377 April.2181 to, 4 31st N of W. lit August.Tfr 12.

UPHOLSTERY I ..m. ft 10 ..m. for Interview. 39th Ave.. West of 13th kitchen. clean csto r h. Located 10T S
1S08 NW. 13tk $t.FmEstsmafes..Ptck THERE are two positions to be filled.FUN St. Shown by appointment' formica cabinets. Built rlt'lte. .. Houses for Rent Unfura.
phone FR 2-3824. range, oven and h. Double reasonable. Owner
up and i .1115 N. Main St. Ph 372-4351 si Central heat with 37&15. 2-1 e FOR RENT 3 BR. 2 "Dm.i
delivery. kitchen,
W. M. Munr. Broker without .I conditioning. comer tot 2 bt fr
ground on new Imaginative Assoc: \ Spacious tot. Many extras. 42 Farms- Acre Metcalfe ft Ir. 1943
E MLuhi f* S
home!I Now Is the time to buy 6 NE 15th 1125 th. .
under contract ft choose d
thru out. Lloyd D. Myrick Bl4r room 2 bath home located on FOR SALE by o 2 BR. LOS TRANCOS WOODS 3
IN THE FR 23689.3BEDROOM.. loel wooded lot. FIreplace' CCB home at 55thTerr. $84 per m VA o FHA Includes 2.4 ACRE wooded tracts west AVAILABLE 15th, at 201

wI111 carpet hi Quiet neighborhood. $500 eeI down FHA Gainesville$35 downtoti o NW lOtt St.Ai 1 $75
2 bath home. lii bat
separate down VA
dn. and assume moistly cling. price 81120. Drive west
s dining r payments 100 Ne mo. FR 4-S14I
dining room. Take ad- I Includes Cal o
family room large screened Call Cloi. berry Road turn right :
o 1 36-217. 9
: of owner's having to
t vantage beautiful buil 241 and for ont
move & have spacious! rooms pati coei 3 BR. CCB air conditioned remodeled "0 right or witc anytime 2 Bedroom house, pli.se den; stove
.. wardrobes III new home area kiC f extra spacious Florida Hugh Edwards, Inc. Se mallet f fi 8115 month. 24 SW.
among young executives. II'.- living room. After b Call Smith
area We have two' "North Central Florida's Largest 24 S GIM ,
000. FR 25489.WESTWOOD FINLE large payment assume
4 bedroom hs within Itt Developer b far." AIRPLANE OWNERS RH. 272-5393.

I LITTLEWOO9 walking distance File, principal 1 Interest mortgage, Insuranceand with NO DOWN PAYMENT 3 2 % INTEREST In private landing FOR RENT 2 BR
Walking distance to schools. 2i bai wooded li. field of regulation. sbe wttfc adfeimng house. soO
I s. Ia- city and county tax payments bath. Central heat, m uf
BR. 2 baths horn in Skyline b h f immediate a acreage for nomesite 2 BR apt
e of only $85 month. Northwest. $19.006.
i dp. S m.
c. and from pr
Heights. Study hardwood floors, 2213 NE Terrace.RETIREMENT Jtengar II jowrj Call .
SUN ) built-in range .. oven. Cent_ 7 &2 Cal ? .
HORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA heat. Shaded back yard. Cat WALKING distance t Un HE. quiet J. w. Rllp Realtor J FOR re In Acr. 2 BR. house
374-OM2. ft J. J. Finley nlghb bl"OOf'l'l ia FOSSEYH $40 p m C.f 0.15

room 2 bath brick home will I f amel faly, S. w KIRKPATRICKATTRACIE W. University Av*. P 36-13 MANY attractive homes available.
OPEN HOUSE Sunday. Apr. 19 study and family room. Wo DUPE "sn;,. Florida S 1f' Some with kitchens equipped
BOATS MOTORS Cherokee model, designed ft engineered ed tot 147 x 149. -
I wt I
., MOTORS OUTDOOR by U. S. Steel corp.. cupancy. o. p o 42 Farms Acreage MARY MOELLER, REt
_ _ BOATS RECREATION u comfortable. ( 101* W. Univ. Ave.
Homes Division. 2100 sq. ft. 3 ACREAGE, Ten miles from C. right
t LIKE THE 74th BR. 2 bath air cond.. brick SWIMMING contemporary Parcels 3 to t bedrooms a pi FORDYCE
WHO WOULD 12Plywood fishing boats. 24" GRILLS p I 2 a S a ; RENTALS
2 1801 NW w 6
Fishigg veneer car garag bath $400 per acre two a family beautifully
HUNTER Fiberglass (49.50 w ARES
HOOD-SPIT AND MOTOR 36th Dr. Alachua Homes. Inc. home carpeted Itvingr o o m WE NEED bet N.W. 3ttn .
FRANK car ,
Boat Introduced by THE TACKLE BOX LSING storage nea attractive homes
110.9. Phone 3720421.ANGLEWOOD wIth pe 0 SEE IL
PHILPOTT "The Heart Of East GalnesvUle"! s porch space and I v e Miimopper Rd iMersocttoa. 8V and also apart.
13' :3" HUNTER Boat .. S29500 Check with Chartte N. Main 372-3537 by owner. 3 BR. 2 central heat cii AD TEL WHT features make real 900. terms. U mefrts. CaH or For
72S hi Ca
14' MURRAY Tilt Trailer $142.95 FR 2-1791. I bath. Price (17400. (800 down. I f yard a s h. lovtwiid section a dyce Associates. It
'62 EVINRUDE 10 H.P motor Call 372-2727. fl cFUR ALACHUA REALTYAssociates n taxesl FORDYCEACREGE W. Unht. Ave "-
. : $22500 FOR SKIING APPEAING three two t 12
3 LG. BR. 2 bath penciled LR. BEDR two bat I In AVAILABLE at
Total Retail List $662.9 All new 28 H.P. Elect. Scott (
A 15. 9
SPORT CENTER SPECIAL motor attached to a beautiful 14 List of Classifications to choo- II' fireplace attached garage. HW bi g lti neai rBa MutHpie Listing wIth personality t touchesthroughout. NW 17m bath I
.. .. ". .. (595.00 Lone Star CaprL Fiberglass boat from I --. On Ig. fenced comer tot to down A $Realtor Large familyroom Under mo. CaB FR 65.o FR 6
MOTORS that rides on a 14 Barren tine I i NW near Stephen Foster. $14. 00. Reasonably pric L. Associate walled petto 2 acres of beautlfuity

'63 21 HP Evtnrude ... S42S.M Trll; r. $995.BAIRD'S I $450 4--'. FR 2-8851. e Immediate possession. 6 Mib H E 1s St. Phone 374-2448 r fa C.r fall o wooded property $1450 prime acre.subdh/is Ion UNFURNISHED ft 3 BR.3414 house.E. Stove
.. Swimming-Diving. U.
43 5\> HP Evinrude $23500 MARINE CENTE Skiing 3 AND 4 Bedroom homes. On Acre MASON MANOR listed avery leo Ave.rrt. ef
'42 10 HP Johnson SMS.00 601 S. Main FR 2-1531 lots. Go out 14th Avenue to 43rd neat 4 Jt 2 batl REDFRANKS I. Pr toss t 1 120 acres Improved pastureland f JA. for appt 6-5 :3
Fishing Equipment.
43 TV* HP Elgin $195. St. Intersection turn right go Large i4v4ngrson. can lOUD baMa, .
EASY TERMS OR CENTRAL FOR FISHINGComplete approximately 1 mile see sign enten. 1 air REALESTATE ACED We have tie at Pe 1214 NE 10th Avenue. 2 BR masonry
CHARGE and ready to go. Used Safety Items. I Beautiful l a w citl available .$17, 10 a aeae home large tot, quiet
FRANK PHILPOTTS '2' Marina" Plywood fishing boat. Golfing Equipment. T. D. ZETROUER. BUILDER ed in bock perfect house LIKE NEW 3 bedroom 2 bath 5o T, Floridaroom three 13* avaQatte Immediately. nelb RENT or. SELL.
1944 Ban-entire trailer and. for o growing family. Convenient t bat for FR 24351.NICE _
Fi 6-2
SPORT CENTER : FR 4-3848. with central heat AND built to S00 1 aeT
1944 Johnson SW HP motor for to and Junior c. tat.
-Where Quality Sells itself only $449.BAIRD'S. Tennis Equipment. SPACIOUS home. NW 39tti Ave.. High llr. CNDIINING. brick Oar k, O.t the and other ftae
20 N.W. 14th Ave tot 3 5*. 2 beth. modern ing can I
MARINE CENTER large kiteh- e li !
I Functional
1-$011' FR *- Baseball Equipment FIRE PL arranged acceptable ael' .lat. C
FR fJ kitchen, living room with fireplace NEW WESTSIDE residential subdivision bv t a
$ Main' Flit 24131
Mon. Thro Frt.WPJn.SaL f-4 H1 dining room-family room soon opening. A In I w p" .bl NearLtttteweod : Ic. FORDYCE
Where to Fish. I wall to wall carpeting central paved streets, outside b REDUCED 11. t $.D SEPARATE GARAGE

SWIMMING POOLS heat. Phona 374tf02.HOUSES its. May we toll y more about JUST LISTED ft at (21 000.S T1\i m ol I t ASSOCIATES, INC 2ler home t lease, L
this restricted Cal b C b J 914 W. Uf. A. 36 I nice .1
Plus many many m FOR SALE: VBRBatn 2- .17. more hood. equipped;
Ads BE CAREFREE : central heat wtth fire RANCHETTE t n. t.SS. p; FARMS RANCHES ACREAGE .KI stove
Sun Want _ Price Mf t Inc s rrrat
Terrace. mo.
place. NW 47m apparently $400 DOWN S. per tot to me Nortttwest RURAL ,ROPE"TIE. and flat top heater
I 1 e H L ft 2 bathsI ,
$15.900. taxes
I cased en b available for occupancy. Tiled baths and
Enloy a clean o.an healthy pool ADVERTISE IN THE CHEAPER THAN RENT; J lit !t N encaltant 11 ROBERTS ki
I down on balance.M.M. rsb.o C STH RELTOI With
Service Inc.
Master 1-bath. SE 44th Terr. (9.500. S s r ID l .y ap. on me U. Hwy. ( FI Fl t Condi-
Results ft Monthly cleaning NY
Get Supplies i Payments (45 per ma.2BR trtat.
service.FR SERVICE DIRECTORY 1-toath. SE 44tn TarT $4JW. 3617 and monthly p P 431. screened in
2-5343 4-0140 23171 mental if accepted you I Tracts West porch. Nice Home completely
,.: also per mo.some trade-to 'ttouMs.I For prompt efficient service call I m bi tomorrow.J. YUl near M.. Ce.r. 2 I veia

MR. MERCHANT: To place ad in the I 3 Call BR.FR 2V 4-7464.bams, 25x25 famtty I I PARRISH REDFRANtC REALESTATE W, KllK ATRICI 16 Ae ACRE l"aa.lre Wet o Gainesville,' More small Winds.families Interested This home or bi retired good couple..neigh- I

your enclosed CJeude 1. "Rad' Franks. Realtor Member Multiple Listing :
\ room Ig. Uvteg rm. I I 40 ACRES 4 III 't bars and tenants tfiaiv amount
garage. central heat .. air cond. Myrtle Lee Associate 21 N. Main Phone FR 24404ASSOCIATES Camestfle $I4S Acre. of rent. Call owner at 372-144))

Fun in the Sun section PHONE372-8441 I Lot beautifully landscaped. 3441 .ASIAUS INe Vt e. Hlr Associate MARY MOELLER REALTOR After 4 celt FR 4-i444.
NW 12th Ave. CalL FR 2-4511 tot H Wa Hu en 7 N.E. 1st St. S7617 Ftoye Mathiasen Irene lul t
appointment. Gadr Mary Par Wiles Call A W. Recce Cepf. USN, 1019 W. Unhr. Ave. S7H

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'4 Household Goods I 66 Misc .For Sat. 77 Mobile Homes for Sale 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE 85 Automobiles for Sale -


INDEX ii :LIVING ROOM suit bedroom PORTABLE Motorola Stereo set, IT'S FOOLISH i I CHEVROLET 1941. 4-Coor, air MORRIS MINOR, 1958 4 door sedan fications.to your Built plans anywhere and sprl in
1 CLASSIFICATION WOULD like to board the elder- i suite dmnetl set, Assume Mobilette motor scooter new cond tiored. radio. heater Big : $250. Phone 376-7704 after 5 Alachua .
food. best in care. | this trimester. Call FR to pay more. RECKLESS to motor. Power brakes, like PJA. County.TOMMY
i' |1'y. best in low paymer s. :See at 21 S E.Ttn Jeff 43851 i! new. I
no bed patients. Reply to box I I.3U : pay Call FR 44232 after pm RIDGELL
| MERCHANDISE \ -Am care of GainesvilleSun. I St. \ FACTS. Payments as low as : OLDS '53. Fiesta station wagon. '
ANNOUNCEMENTS :: BRAND new twin air-foam mat S5729 per month with $300 down. !CHEVY. 1956. 2 Dr. 4 cylinder AT PB. PS. W-W. R&H. 725. BUILDERSCall
S Urn Me..m1. 'ttaxtej v 5 I 65 Antique 'I' tress. Will sell for $35. Call 376- LAKE GENEVA also have '57 Buick body would Low mileage. :3C01 NE 13th St.
E t Car. .f Tba.k. 'l U BarJ ROOM and board for girls. Private C827 after 5 p.m. like to ull. and would like to FR 2-8449. FR 2-4125
S Led ...... Markteery T..ls batn. use of washing ma I Mobile Homes Sales buy VW body. Call after t pjn.
I SALE Danish Modem couch like I Rt. 109 SE Keystone Hts Fia.
Ii1 4 Pe, oaI1iJ Senile, '. (3: Boildlnf Material ig chine. 425 N.E. let Street. Phone 374-9457. OLDS 1969. stick
clock: rare .
M HaiseheU Ge...iCi & ,, HANDPAINTED new. Cost new $100 will sell for .2fami
QU. =
rareratlea FR KENTUCKIAN 10 x Sr Coed cond. I
5 TraveL collector's Item excellent cond. $55. 211 N.W 16th St. Apt. in ,,1960 DODGE 1961 hardtop. cylinder OLDS.
i ia
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S Special Ketieea SW 40th St. FR 22727. I with ir x 45' aluminum Good running cond. $225. Ronnie
i! $200. bade after 7 p.m. standard transmission.R .
HiM. Fir I .
Lot 26. Hickory Hill.
1 FlorifttsBafcy 54 Business Rentals awning. and H. Low mileage. Excellent Young 372 5097. WATCH FOR
It Trdlal' P
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C&H SALE conditioner
CkUA FOR room air -
I. Places 6Utcr T. Ge Lad U Artkh.bI.gs TCute4F 66 Misc .For Sale. $35 Spartan sewing: machine I I Only 3 left at CLOSE-OUT PRICES i iI W.W Exceptionally clean. PONTIAC. 1955. V-8 4-door standard : IMPORTANTANNOUNCEMENT
5 SAVE to $1,500 Reasonab. Call 372-7477
To leo .. ., ..IOU ot W.*4t S25. 1219 NE 5th St. Phone 372- ;! transmission. Excellent
Ii ', -':t Baafi MariB EI lB. I AIR CONDITIONED 3711 after 5:30 P.M. I BANK FINANCING DODGE. 1952 4-door. good run I condition. $300. Phone F R 4-0278 Cooperative apartments to
.. 71 Camp Bunt Fitfc I-I! NEARLY new modem office or BICYCLE good condition. Phone NEW. 10' wide mobile homes I II ning condition. $100. Call 376- I be built in Gainesville. Far
AUTOMOTIVE i.ui-i.tia :Orrtr. .EaI."" location at 3733 West Univ Ave I FR 22S73 325 N.W. 7th Ter. STRAWBERRIES. STRAWBERRIESYOU Town t. Country Trailer Sales .178 after 4. RAMBLER 1958 station wagon information call FR 4-2921
pick them 25 cts. a quart. Rd. FR 22290. radio. heater power steering '
I ':& AII'pIa. 71 Mukal .XertaaBdiJe i Ph. FR '.2 72. Weseman Realty I 3860 SW. Archer : or write.
11 MebC .Home f.r I3' I Ii 1113 N. MainSt.. UNDERWOOD elee. typewriter Bring your own container. 4Vit ENGLISH FORD Consul convert power brakes. auto trans.. air
= -8 Track for BlU' "* '" = excellent cond. *T75 157 Chew.,_ mites W. of Lawtey. Fla. Harold 50 x" Liberty. 2 bedroom. '61. good condo Down payment I cond. Real clean buy $695 Call P. O. Box: 13956
Truck Wa te* ,tM !! FOR rent 27 x 40 Warehouse 625 \i ton plck-UP" excellent'cond.., K. Norman. Plenty of ber I deluxe model. Air conditioned and take over few remaining Vern Chason. 3767660. Gainesville Flo.

1 e Tr*eter Track Keatall REAL ESTATE FOR SALE I I I __W. Univ. Ave. Call FR 6-4161. S59S. Call 376-0887. I ries. I I paneling Indirect. .Aluminum.lighting. Must Walnut see to ,j, payments. 510 NE 6th Ave. ,. STUDEBAKER Lark. -1959-4 cyl- University Park

lit Trailer *e.UM .. SJ Lets ter Sal< ', GARAGE space for rent, 613 S.W. NOW you can enioy cooking with RED dinette set, extra leaf extends -. appreciate. $2.495. FR 27994. ; _3T *478 over-drive, radio & heater. $595.
I U M.t.reyI** leriI 2nd St. Call John Merrill. Realtor Installed i to 34 63", chrome .
XI Waterfreat rrlllertf 5\\ gas. Get range used x and ; .. FORt, 1957 4 ( Altcmobll .*.alrs FR 21494. FREE with our LP gas. $65 I formica table. 4 plastic padded 32 FT.. 1 BR bath. kitchenette ;, actual miles. Very clean.
0:::: IS A.U..htl.S let .alOM U flosses Far Saleif I complete. Prapane LP Gas. chairs. S25. Phone FR 2-8194 living room house trailer & big i I Best offer. Phone 372547s 1943. AM-FM ra-
:s SPACE for rent. 626 N. or
(tturi For Sal J OFFICE private lot. $50 per mo. Ph. FR dio. Seat belts. White wall tires. .
F- Swap Car .27 Beal :*Ut* Exchaaceo i 1 Main St. Phone. 376-1480 if 1'10 SW Archer Road. Phone FR *- DESK and matching chair. Desk I 4-7029 after S P.M. & all day J: _can_be seen at 519 NE 6th Ave. Like new. Can be seen at 402 -- ---

SI Keal Estate Wanted 11 answer 372 1873. sno I with matching, chair bookcase. .Sat & Sun. FORD XL. 1963. 10,000 mites A.T- NW 34th St. Call 372-469t
ii EDUCATIONAL II O.t or T.wm Pr* crt/ BRIGGS and Stratton riding mower bedside table swinging door 2 R & H. P.S.. bucket seats, small McCOY'SMacoma
1& lIeJaeoIa A lBtnctto., .. B.....u. Pr.p.rtl.*, 61; Wanted to Buy Perfect: working condition. windows.' Sink with fixtures. 80 Tractors & Truck Rentals equity. assume balance.; Phone VOLKSWAGEN ". $200 equity
g U M..ic. DaBetof. ." KrsUemlUl Ic m -"i SiO. Phone FR 4-0334. NewtON hood. Screen door. Grill 454-1691 and take up payments Call 475- Homes
:t Wtmlc* lBitr ctU. 4? Farm a Acretf I ceiling light 48" Venetian blinds. I 2833.
WANTED: water cooler must be .YUNG'S UPHOLSTERY FORD 1954 4Dr. R & H.
', 43 Car.tf> .rty Rcnlalf Folding screen clay flower pots. A-T 1963 CHEVY II Station Wagon Inc.For
1- rap I priced reasonable and in good Chairs, low as $8. No money ; RENT I truck one-way anywhere new paint lob new tires battery .
EMPLOYMENT 43-1 C* .red Prprty Sales' I' working condition. Call 372.8441,
17 W.rk Wasted Hal.rental 15 I I ext.. 20, &-5 weekdays.WE Free estimates pickup and delilerv THE best cost less. Every pot _Alls 2S NW 8ttl Ave. FR 4-J835 I offer. Needs some repair. Can white radio &side heater walls thre 4,000* seats miles bedroom Sale. 1-bath very attractive home 4417E 3-
It W.rk RENTALS service All work gUAr n-
BUY and sell all kinds or furniture you own automatic with FuilGas 2-0338 less than S1CO i Ave.
waaW' S mos. old. cash university ; walking
I 14 Sale UCP '. teed. Phone 374-77S& Burner with a brain. Yur 83 Motorcycles & Scooters .
15 Help-.Male or Female 41 C;;.U JeP Seat stoves, refrigerators Philgas Distributor 376-5392. FORD 1959. 4-door Fairlane 500. take up payments. Call 3728171 : distance to Lake Forest
MMiU Help "wet !' J* : 45 ranuW t/a 'A >ii. i, 'clothes, radios. TV, eteC.1i FOR SALE CHEAP, Restaurant I V-8 automatic transmission. Radio 8 to 5-3725731 after 5 Schools. Price $12.500. $500

4' &_ DraBitle 4. tmforol.bed Apt*. 51II'e..lo FR 23937 formica counter and 26 stools, MILL ENDS HENDERSON'SMILL 1960 heater. Good condition. $795 P.M. down and $7950 per month.
U'P "aat. ... 47 H.*,r* for BcM Far. equipment. Complete fountain. STORE, U. S. Hwy 19, in excellent motorcycle condition. $400.cc. Phone FR 4-8949 '55 CHEVROLET, 2-dr. herd- Call Gerald! or V Q McCoy
I 62' Machinery b Tool and, short order equipment. 52'* Crystal River. Fla. Only 1 Jr. Day FR 4-7299. nights FR
toP. new and tires. Good
E f *, br Beat alar' Call 4541041 after 7.00 P.M. i FORD paint
< 56 Fairlane, 4 dr., V-B radio
q.livRe ,
LIVESTOCK, ,- fr :BealM 5 :I Call FR 2075t or 29207. Mr. hr. 15 mm from Gainesville. Literally (;condition only $425. 4-5015. Office corner N. Main
ft &
FARMS heater clean
Page. TONS OF TOWELS and LAM&RETTA 125 LD excel- top shape. Call and 23rd Blvd.NEW .
k..s == 57 PONTIAC. Convertible $295.Wnlghrs
M t l
t FR
'J- larm E, tpme 2-0684 or FR 4-9819. 1307 E.
ONE to roller mill In MILES OF FABRICS. Selection lent tires. buddy seat, lug -
cane Body Works. 2031 NW -
Feed *. *all.f' SI MI.. .. SekUl ALL CHANNEL T. V. antenna t Univ. Ave.ICARMANN .
4' number 1 condition and Quality. Price Irregular bedspreads rack, tire $100.
one gage spare
Beat 5 Nothing 6th St., 3769707, after 4, 372-
8.ppIUS. 6IA TTanUd .! : Double stack complete.
21 Livestock Phone beautiful third FR 27703 after 5:38 .m.
I 40 gaLs syrup .Jr.etle. Brant and one p GHIA. 1959 convertible ; 5806.
Terni'SoUM K: Burtttrs ITiatrJU else to buy J15.
Zt Laadsea lBr ,
== J ISIE J7119 513 N.W. Ills Avenue. off. Lovely carpet ends. three excellent Cond. Blue book
E Pets a> Sapplles Office Drtk Spate fourths off. First quality Cabin 84, AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS retail $1,180. sell for $1,000. 1906 HOMES

SI UtesUtk Wasted .1U BaibtcM. XeaUli Household Good USED Chain Saws $50 up. New Crafts carpets and rugs and f-ep- __N.W. 9th St. FR 4-9856 ; E. C. "CURLY"KUEHN
.' .j 4 hp saws 589.95Wa repair perell sheets. Throw rugs SI.98 LANCER
IE FINANCIAL SERVICE all chain saws t lawn mowers. up. Tel. 795-3399. SPRING AUTO TUNE-UP 41, mod-770. 4 Dr. s-stick.
new tires. 39 OCO ml.
if BaslBCSS ,,,"" it3e& 22 fepeeia! Scrrlc* Apt Elec.: Rang $4000 Chain saw rentals. McCulloch. : Your car's pep & power show Mr. Ba'wm. 376-4404 Bal. $960. JR. WALTER
*7 M OCT U L.& ) .- Si: H_ ;'Im"rf._..(. -,. I West Laundro $45.00 Wisconsin and Briggs. Stratton 12 GA. pump $50. Marlin 22 leveriCts0fl up with a tune-up at BROWN'S Homes. Lat.,. Income Ens-
M M.rtf.f" ". i... 21 Ka41 I"r*,..TV. 8 fT>f. ,40.* Elec. Rang S3500 i f* M.**r Waale # 25 AppUattt* A. I 4' frig Refrlg clean $7500: S. W. 40tn St. FR 22727. recapping: & wheel alignment. good condition. $300. 1948 N. w. Farms and ,

J ::::w I U' West. Upright Freezer $195 00 43411.CLOSE OUT SALEOn ALMOST new large electric range. _809 N, Main. FR 4-4310 4th St. E. C. "fYJfl3. JaEHN.. Jr. i INC.

.Elltlmllll1lltlltlllmlllllll....___!__.__n__!_______ iu---: HICKS. RADIO & APPLIANCES tIc a Roll $50. Crosley electric refrigerator MERCURY. 1955 9 passenger 638 N. MAIN ST.
17 SE 1st St. Wallpaper. $45 or S80 for both. Almost 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE V8 wagon. auto trans., radio FR 6-2032 Broker FR
48 Houses for Rent Unfurn.. I I 49 Rooms for Rent T-A-G APPLIANCES I HARPER PAINT CO. new record player $40 or exchange heater excellent condition. 1 :
I 10 S.W. 7th St. 372-434 for tape recorder.: Will CADILLAC owner. Good tires. 3722340. 1.65"I 1321 NW 16th AVE.
coupe DevillS 2-
r Tested and Guaranteed I pay some difference for right
j LEAN room, close In. Dilly Refrigerators from $39 up CANT FIND A SUCKER SO I'LL recorder. Call FR 4-6135.: door H.T. Factory air. full power i
FOR rent In Alachua 2 BR. block I maid 'service, rea_ le.622 9. .Ranges from $J9 up : HAVE TO PLAY FAIR. For fair windows, seats etc. BeautiUl. -I Shadow Lawn Estates PHONE 376-5394
house. 1 yr. old. Has terrazzo NE. '2nd St. FR 6-1423. 17 'Washers from SIC up prices on washers,. dish washers ( FR 4-3325 i EYES RIGHT! Custom-bunt homes that look .
floors & tile bath carport & utb.lity _. : Dryers from $49 up refrigerators & appliance 70 Bo4M-Mitin; E4ui,. LAST CHANCE $600 t'ultflm-hullt. U TOO are tiredof
rm. $60 per mo. Call 462 NICE clean room. private '- entrance. I 2 Food.Freezers from. $99 AlP repairs call FR 4-0247. See real dream living m Shadow I homes with that cub-divi "We Trade Houses" \
1S71 or 462-1579 anytime. I Refrigerator l< heat. 2 Dishwashers from $49 up AHANDYMAN SHOP CORVAIR. 1960. 4 DR., automatic Lawn Estates. Models Open.F. I lion look. see :

NEW 3 bedroom home far rent I If desrtd Phone 374-272 or 1ft TV Sets from $J$ ,tip 16 REGAL LANCER Cabin Cruiser transmission radio 58t i; D. Oliver. Bldr.Ph. F. D. Oliver. BId,.
heater excellent cond -
495-2312. 1 1I JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. FOR SALE or trade freezer up. and trailer. Phone 25689 FR 2464 ,
Carport Utility room. I5c':: 22 .perfect condo $250 Will Ph. evenings FR 4-7883. Ph FR 24801
: NYSth. right ;
419 Ave Ph 3125303REPOSSESSED
from Stephen Foster I I FURNISHED room with private i trade for boat outfit. 372-1)79 17' FIBERGLASS boat with 25 West on NW 39th Ave. past I West *n NW 53tk Ate. past
Stove and hot water heater I i entrance private bath, tele after 5 HP electric start outboard mo CHEVY 1957 station wagon V-8. fh* Glen Springs intersec: I tb. film prlos tottnectioo. -
furnished. Available 10th of April I phone* and ,,,..e. Call FR. 4- 5COMPLETE p.m.! tor. Boat trailer also. 4 yrs. old. excellent cond. new tires. I tion. See sign *o left. See alga o. leftIw I
$125 per month. S09 N. W. $>12LARGE. '. SINGER FEATHERWEIGHT with Call 376-9C98. Best offer. Phon 3726623. or t J
40th. Ave Call 81241S. I ... ROOMS, portable case sold new SI 67. FR 6556.. I
cool; rovnv private entrance BOSTON WHALER
Balance only 173 Terms ar t
103 N.W. 10th Ave. 3 BR. unfurnished bath and dressing room. FURNITURE & APPLIANCES ranged. SIS W. Univ.-Ave. 36107S DOUBLE. .huil fiberglass unslnk- CORVAIR Monza, '63. equipped, !
home. with toy and refrigerator with radio heater. white sidewall I ;
For business couple or men. Take Over Payments- able16'. boat With 75 HP Evln-
semi-finished Fla. rm. Week.' or month. FR 2t?<2. top and Ace. 1 old. tires. t.OCO actual miles. .
$119 mo. Ph. FR ..247%. Wese- DESIRABLE SAILOR being transferred out of FOR sale, sing?e ted, like new. I New rude,condition. Cost $3200 year Bar- Assort payments. small equi: t
$mgl* room edla-| !
man Realty I country taking his family with Coil 3723032. ty. Will consider older car for
cent to.bath of refrig 1. gain at $2200. Can be financed. i iI .
; use '
to take equity. Call owner at 372-t44l,,
him wants someone OVerpayments i
I.e. I bath. '11 N.W. 34th Terrace 1 phone Gentlemen only. 1416 NW12tn I en his furniture &> C CU. FT. Philco refrigerator, reasonably Phone FR 2-11'0 after ,5 p.m. ext. 33. 15_weekdays. of "
$110 per mo. Call McKin- Rd.'Ph. 376-2896 appliances. FURNITURE con clean S45. Phone 376- 60 H.P. inboard ski boat & trailerin I I the
ney Green Inc. FR 3617.. 4382 after i P.M. or see at 1113 .
SLEEPING room, with kitchen privileges sists i of sofa 1 chair i in high. good condition. Needs paint
121 NW. 25m Street. Close to Univ. if desired. Phone FR 2- i grade .nylon converts to bed NE 20th PI. only. Must sell. $350. See at Gator ROSES. ROSES. ROSESIF 1 I

3 bedroom 1 bath range and re I 8754 or see at 417 N.E. 4th 2 end tables with matching KEEP your carpets beautiful despite Marine. YOU LIKE GARDENINGSEE i GROWING
frigerator. $110 Mo. or can fur- I Street cocktail 2 lovely lamps reclinIng : constant footsteps of a busy THIS CYCLONE FENCED
ni&h. air cond. on lease at higher I chair, 108 Sq. ft. of carpet. family. Get Blue Lustre. Rent 3 BR. CCB HOUSE FLA. RM.
rate FR 4-1565. Evenings SINGLE rooms on.. block from 21" CONSOLE TV electric: shampooer $1. McDanlell 72 Office Equipment FHA. $500 EQUITY. TAKE UP
University. Maid service. Pre I PAYMENTS OF $87 INCL. INS.
Furniture Co., Gainesville Shop-
CLEAN 2 BR kitchen equipped fer male student. See at 1116 : BEDRM. consists of full size dresser TAXES. OPT. STOVE REFRIGERATOR DEMANDfor
Ideal for working people. 20 SE S. W. 2nd Ave. or call FR 4-3164.. chest & 4.6 bookcase bed. ping Center. GAINESVILLE'S largest volume office S. AIR-CONO.
,tit St. $63 per mo. pnon 45724 $25 per month. Boys room consists of set ma- 1943 Westinghouse washer and supply .
FR 2-
2502 N.E. 11th
ple bunk beds .with match Ing dryer deluxe. 2 separate. appliances Office Equipment Co. invites you ,
ROOM accommodates two. Living chest 7 pc.. dinette with formica $240 both. IfU GE deluxe to come in and shop. or call for 5783.UflWflUt1BBltthlflittflWNllSlitIIlii1. Your Key to Good Living
49 Rooms For Rent room. bedroom private bath top. Family size refrigerator ,dishwasher $150 PRone 4722442 free delivery. Chesnufs Office

private entrance, one block from S> stove also included New berry. Equipment Co. 104 W. Univ. !! !; A HUGH EDWARDS HOME
University. Refrigerator pro- Ave. In Downtown Gainesville.
ROOMS for men. Weekly maid vided. Prefer two male students ORIG. PRICE $1176 SINGER RECONDITIONEDNEW BUTLERBROS.

service. linens and refrigerator (50 per month. Maid Service. See BAL. DUE $297 CONSOLEFULL TAX TIME. Adding machines and I I Norwood
furnished' 3721185 or 372-1911. at 1116 S. W. 2nd. Ave. or c C 11 calculators. New and used. Park- | O Colonials from $93 month
S38 48. per
414 NE 2nd Ave. I FR 63164. I WKLY PAYM'TS $2.50 $125 price we k. SIS W.Payments Univ. er's Complete Office Outfitters. .

ATTRACTIVE large room. in quiet i 51-A Wonted To Rent til No May.money Ask down for Scars no Furniture payment Ave. 376-1075.per The Underwood only authorized Agent in Gainesville.Olivetti I Hope I r- J !/z bath homes from $77 per mo. .

modern home. ideal for stuoent I PRI'NG
In storage at SALE ON Ph 372-2555 601 W. Univ. Ave.

who study.needs 3727883.I desirable place to WANTED campaign office space headquarters.Price for political .NATIONALFURNITURE ZIG SEWING ZAG AUTOMATIC MACHINESUp 73 Musical Merchandise I "H" Inc. II |t 0 Florida modern .brick fronts from $95 HOMES?

FOR businessman. Large bedroom nrujst be reasonable would,L WAREHOUSE to 50 per. cent off on such [ We Trade Home | per month ; or.:-
FL 92561 4
S62-Beach Blvd.
private bath FaciUt.es for light like 'suburban area., Call onlybetween
DAILY '-.Sat. 9.,. Sun. 12-4 famous name brands. White, ORGAN SALE or Property 1
20013. Open
meals 304 N.E. 7th Avenue. 1 :J pm. FR S 08
New Home, Pfaff, NecchI Screened Location
porch homes from
FR 2170. LASSITER MASON Jacksonville, Fla. plus liberal trade-in don't Cf Cljrlstmas Left overs. All i $85

miss It.SALE. new organs. Savings LP to 3Cper ; per month
I cent. Earl's Piano Co. :

Sewing Machine Service Co. __702 W. Univ. Ave. 372-2222 I The following art ready for I i S Calif. moderns from $84 per mo. I and

SERVICJHome ]ES IIS W. Univ. Ave FR 4-1075 SPINET Piano used. Mahogany I occupancy. |

finish with matching bench SJ95. I
STOP! Grldley Music Co. FR 25253. 1115 N.W. 40th D,. I QualityWhen

Mobile home owner,. dent tear 3 BR, 2 bath, $350 dn. $130 i j '
out those windows. DO N't cut TRUCK LOAD PIANO SALE I NO MONEY DOWN VA

holes 1your nome to install I USED PIANOS per mo. It Comes To
Pay Only $100 Closing
Inefficient window air" 1 USED small Grand piano waa
And Bu siness conditioners.. For economical $595 now $295 10 extra nice: rebuilt 1115 N.E. 5th St. i

MOBILE HOME CENTRALAIR upright pIanos. 1 used elec. 3 BR, 2 bath $350 dn. Si 13 i Is FHA LOWEST DOWN PAYMENT I II LOCATION
CONDITIONING SYSTEMScall player pIano. 15 free rolls given per mOo |
"Dan- FR 60267. with this fine piano. only $495. I

r Plumbing Al HANDYMAN SHOP New piano. save $100 on e pia .- 1 3707 NW 21st PI. 1 & QUALITYWe

'1 Carpentry no on the floor. 2 new pianos 4 BR, 2 bath, $800 da. $107 I:
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slightly damaged in transit, substantial
GRADY CABINET WORKS I SEWER INSTALLEDNEW I ELECTROLUXSOLD savings. Stereo co..-: | p.rmn. | Hugh Edwards Inc. I If Have Only

I new $80. Now S4?. Like new. soles, prices greatly reduced on I
J & used fixtures. complete I
Custom built cabinets and moldIngs 1216 N.E. 17th Ave.
service "BIG" JIM Guaranteed.THE Sylvania. Motorola, Pilot. one f THE CREAM
refinishing and plumbing
spray I 3 BR. I bath, $350 dn. $89 =
KIRBY CO. credit Is
Curtis Mathis. Your
painting 1533 E. University Avenue HUGULEY., FR '-B39.Gainesville Plumbing 712 J*. Main FR 4-711 or 41117. good with us. GAINESVILLE I i Per mo. 1. N.E. 16th Ave. & 15th St. 372-1551 !

,' MUSIC CENTER, 1025 W. Univ.
Phone 3728313 WANTED Ave. 3725421. NW 40th Dr. i: !

WORK wanted Carpenter desires jI RemodelingNEED 2 gal. oil cans will pay 10 11021 IV* bath, S400 dn. W.50 =
I v.ork. Repairs. remodel I n g. cents each for clean undamaged i
cans.; AiJ Saw S. Mower Automotive
Ph. 23103.Cosmetcs A NEW, Florida room carport Co.. 2022 NE 23rd Blvd., E
p tio. scree/ted porch Gainesvilie I 1442 NE 16th PI.'j I
etc.? Call now and get It done 3 BR, Hi bath $400 down.
for the'summer months. Call LOVELY minlc cape collar, I WE per mOo i| NOW! FULLHOUSEAR
77 Mobil. Homes for Salo 'j
--- 3731049 after S P.M. for free make offer. 62 sm. washer
An HOUR OF BEAUTY will make estimates runs perfectly $40, baby bathi- 1 1702N.W. 3 8th D,. I

a "new you" at MERLE NOR. nette 2-1783., excellent cond. $10 FR 1963 FAMILY First, 2 bedrooms 1C I : 3 BR, 2 bath, $350 dn. $87 Si
BUILDING. remodeling painting
Air; ConditioningART : biock. and cement work." Good x 55'. No equity. Take over pay per mo. |
Learn professional make-up
FOR' SALE galvanized metal ments. Pinehurst Trailer Park.
secrets: by trained beauty experts work. Good prices. Phone 461tTL circular swimming tank. 7 Lot 31 after 5. 4527 & 4617 SE lit PI. I PALM VIEW
513 W. Univ. Ave. FR ft.. diameter. i
30 inches
BALL". Air conditioningHot 2.3126. PALATKA ORNAMENTAL IRON Phone FR 7.749KEROSEPOEiIi.. deep. NOW SHOWING 4518 & 4608 St 2nd PI. I ESTATES
( Air Hot water) heating, and WORKS. Railings & porch columns 1964 MOBILE HOMES 3 BR. 1 bath $500 ". $61 B03oer
refrigeration. Ph, 3721MJ, 15 BIG MONEY. Future .for., excerience4 "made to specifications. w. heater- 2 and 3 bedrooms all Floor mo. iI NW 39th Terr. 6-
V..r* Experience ,direct sales' onaoager in your 30 : : .
gal. new pol. new car- Plans. Terms tailored to meet
Phone Pal atka
Gainesville Waldo. Lake Butler berator strainer budget. Drive little and I NW 16th Ave.
after i P M./ the 1 new fuel your a I 218 SE 39th St.
Xawthorne, Lake City, Live reverse charg .E Call 376.5190. save o lot at AVAILABLE IN ALL
Appliance Repairs: Oak & Alachua If not interested It,: :; CONNOLLYMobile 1 13 BR. I bath $359 down $67 = $16,000 to $20,950

do not apply: Phone 376-1480 : GOING out. or tfe I.Iild'ng busi ipermo. i.
ness. Will sell ail kinds and Home Sales, Inc. I

HANDYMAN in SHOP. ..,' FIRE EXTINGUISHERSFLORIDA Upholstery sizes of doors forz pnce Also I Miles North 01U.. S. 441 i3O3[ & 313 SE 38th St.j3O4&3I4SE39thSt. I NEW HOMES
First Air Conditioning and Phone 422-8166 by
: Appliance Repairs FR 6 0367 I I- Closed Sundays !
UPHOLSTER your furniture at between 10 & 4. .
FIRE.EXTINGUISHER i 3 BR t bath $500 dn. M II
Appliance Repair & j per mo- I
Salts Bd Service' f Exprt-enced. FR. 8 83. Ne. automatic: 10x50 l..Gbte! nome and 50x101 I I SBStlBEflllI5UlS1flUffiBftSIlflSiSSSfl Kirkpatrick Pierson

Air Conditioning' At types of Fire Extinguishers,I .washers from SI31.,,. lot. 1 mile S. of Pames Franc : NW39thSt. 6-

Pick up and deli..U'jwrvlcfll' Sewing-Alterations New Refrigerator from SlSS.81New All State Mobile Herres. Ffi; 13th PI.

: C. R.. jhcmasPh...: .',376-8989* Freezers from Si 39.95. 42033.TWO I > The following are under con 1 i i

BENNY GRAY GainesviltiF1&Je4ortgog New Iceitaker refrig. from $279.95. bedroom rouse Trailer, $900,. !I i structren and will be ready i $12,250 to $16,000WESTMORLAND
S&ACASTRESS I da seeing ef *Hkinos ,. t : All 64 homes in Court :
FOR Efficient Quality '. -- I ..& Orosmartng. MM.V. VIE SERVICE ""H4T'E SELL one bedroom house trailer $759 for occupancy soon. |I new Highland Manor
Service Reasonable Rat* C. .Astell, 30 N.W. 17th Terrace. "IHE VARIETY' STORE Can te rented. Phone 376823' I feature central heating units convertible also '
: I .
CALL 376-4879 .'. Broker J 3720655.A1.TERAJI 7 SE. 1st AvenueFR Monday Friday 9 to 5.MODELS I 3224 NW 29th Ave. !

THE I' ...,- .' : __ 4-34S4 I > 3 BR. 2 bath $759 dn. $102 I to central air conditioning at your option. Installation
ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE FHA and convention' at lowest clothIng, S all:on a .women's btntgnhoies USED APPLIANCES. O j I per mo |I. charges can be added to your mortgage -
current rales Terms to 25 RANGES FROM $3995 i ESTATES
MEDICAL CENTER ,years. WUt ol d.y discua at na belts; & dressmaking. Can Refrigerators from 49.95. .z f I 3236 NW 29th Ave. I for convenient pay-as-you-enjoy cooling -

obligation. Call tomorrow f 1't-iin. I TV from $$399. C Appraisal Service J. KIRKPATRICK, ReltcrMalta$7t.FRI494 :- t VE SERVICE WHAT WE SELLTHE FROM LOWEST PRICES.. iE per mo. | I summer months. It's another NW 39th &

31 N. S;wing Machine Repair 1 VARIETY STORE :SV.ALL DOWN PAYMENT. significant improvement for your comfort Dr.
I I 7 S.E. 1st Avenue 3301 & 3311 NW 8th Ave.
FRED B. ARNOLD. I FR 4-34S4 by Kirkpatrick & Pierson. :
REALTOR REALTOR CALL-SEWING: MACHINE :5ER H.- 17. Phone 3211350 NW 30th Are. I $20,000 to $30,000
SERVICE LOANS Av*.:. 374-1075. We repair all per mo.
t Zig Zag models left in layaway |
219 W. UN IV. AVE. m '372-352 1119 Vf. UNIV.' AVE. PH. 372.MH Mah.. Work fully guaranteed. Must sell UNTIL 9 p.m. 02
I t at Christmas. I II i0 ; Over 20 Models, priced from $12,900
MORTGAGE MONEY never picked up. Brand new 44 SUNDAYS 1 TO 6 !I 3236 & 3224

Auto Equipment .- 2l'y!> per. cent.Jntenst. ,.Terms' to- Tfre* Alignment stitches models., Makes buttonholes dozens sews of fancy on EAST PALATKA. FLORIDA NW 30th Ave. I if to $17,250 : All City Services

f : 3 BR. 2 bath, $600 dn. 186 1
ItDRAULIC JACKS rebuilt f. BUY BUILD REFINANCE buttons monograms darns patches FEDERAL QUALITY HOMES I '
1 VA and FHA
exchanged Repair kits for Call etc. Pick up payments of rmo. | O Approved Plans

Walker Jacks. Factory authorized I $25 NW 13 St. P*.* SR.' 2-2511 $728 per month of discount for 4(29 NW 13th St. 441 Soutt I Monthly Payment
Walker Hydraulic Jack 1 Dan Byrd h ,. ON.VACATION famous SPECIAL $54.00 Call Credit Mgr FR 22051. Gainesville 372-5113 j I 3330 & 3320 1 I. Free Membership in Exclusive

Service Agent. HULL'S BRAKE nationally known Mohawk MACHINE Hours I to I. Sunday 11 .. 3 r I NW 30th Ave. i From $74.38
GLADYS Smith tires . SEWING
Realtor, FHA Save Resident-Restricted
.up to Swim Club
SERVICE & SUPPLY 1314 .S. Service is a must with "s.I 3 B R, 1 bath, $550 dn 79.50 1i I
Main FR 7-<* y I and conventional loans. Low I' 50en new tires See our new 4-Zig lag models left In lay away ,
rates Terms to 15. years 123t wrao around retread that gives at C h r'i s tmas Must selL i per rro. |
W. Univ. Ave. 373-5393. mar mileage L traction. Latt- Never packed up Brand New WYATTTrailer
Auto Gloss mer Tire; Co. 6n N Main t. of -
FOR DYCE and Associates Inc. 64 Models. makes dozens ililliliiiAl Min. Down FHA
Conventional fancy stitches button h 0 I esseas .
and F H.A. loans
vufO GLASS u our only busi.rle5 with low rates, and lone term 'WINDOW CLEANING on buttons. monograms, j FOR RENT g124SE7thS Nothing Down VA

Immediate Installation, leans our specialty-: Quick courteous darns patches. etc. Pick up pay Sales
free pickup & delivery. Add confidential urvl(.. CaH 'WINDOWS cleaned floors cleaned ments of $$4.2 per month or discount II I
teauty & value to your car. 376-1234 or come by 914vest and 'Waxed. houses for $52. Call Credit manager Home of 3CR.lBafli :
MAULDIN'S AUTO GLASS CO. University Avenge. Grate- washed. It 376-1075. Pacemaker Mobile' Homes |
I yrs.; experience Free I
323 NW 6th St. FR 6-T55C. avre RealtorPAINTING : estimates. Shasta and- Airstream 1 Year Lease SlOt per Mo. |
.' : I Pfrtaw EPS S54N FOR SALE Ron-Top Antique desk Travel .Traders = ''lj SALES OFFICE
S SUOL be at 1310 S.
May seen
O'I Ocala First Mobile Horn "1f 1MIII! NW 39th
1tiIr Terr. &
bulldozing 'a -S Yard WorkCHARLES Mam. Thomas Cut Co. FR 44864. Dealer Since 19J h j BUILDERS and DEVELOPERSSales

MALL buJidazer Ioi er. dump I 12 MATCHING crystal goblets & 1921 Sliver Springs Blvd. m ALL OUR HOMES ARE I NW 16th Ave.

trucks fill dirt, lime rock. Ton | PAINTING, Also Screens .. sherbens. china ctesetj old chest Ptone 429-135 OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY S Tel. FR 2-9545

soil. Phone 372 7U6.CILLDOZERS i window lt.5S replaced. Phone-f i iw-ttv mowing WORSHAM lalll f\ll in excellent corum.onSIn.. kit- Ocala. FM.x.30' SEEING ANYTIME IF at I : Office Located or NE 23rd Blvd. or
edging A
Bragnne- : ..... '" iIIg. FR HM anytime. prun-I I ctien table: Hoover recand. sweeper $ mobile home newly cstructed. ... !I YOU WILL JUST CALL. i! Nights and Holidays
3. Back -- r ; new Bristol nip $ham OOH: !. x 30 catena. S mm. 1123 S.E. 4th STREET -
hoe. wheel tractors. motor ADVERTISE 233SEISVIt7 THE FOR toe best take I rest. Osteens pr end tabfes 20" window fan, from campus. Town & Country FR 4-531 or FR 4-79(9 and 11th Terrace Phone 372-3471 FR 6.9048

grader. Free estimates. W. G. I. Lan Mowing Service. Free estimate. ', otairs. picture J. lamp 3104 Trailer Lodge. P*. 374-3265. W.
(Buck) Johnson f R ,.44219. : DIRECTORY CaB FR 4-U17 I
SW 1st Ave. A. Kelly .
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85 Automobile for Sale 85 Automobiles for Salt 87 Automobiles Wontcr -

out the best In your car.uperor" I e Ford TIME ( AUTO SALES p\t Ia
$ Auto painting & body 1)60 Chevy Blscayne 4 Dr. Sedan Wanted. 1950 thru 1954. Fords PAINT JOBFalcon
work. Fast Turquoise with white top. 6 cyl- and Chevrolets. 91a $E. 4thSL 100'7 N.M'w' St.
dependable service inder power glide, W-w, under Al Herndon Service Station.VOLKSWAGEN. FR 2.1411
tree pickup. delivery. WRICHT'S'IODY 40.000 miles sil40. Call R.-An- Fairlane Phone fit 2.6113
WORKS 2031 NW 6th St. I
derson FR e-KMl evenings or Court Of
FR U707. e2 i t-b that trol Fbida't
e-7571 days.METROPOLITAN Special
Spring 0 T-Bird University. CAsvrelN I
193 CHEVY II, station wagon,
whHe, red Interior, 2 seat belts convertible 1953. I Ford N. Main k.at 16tll A".. I Independent Gals u1i I4ftB1"
radio heater. & air conditioner. new motor. Needs minor re ,
Take over payments. Call FR pairs. Packard 1949 new tag. ,$ Tracks \y
Ave.S-076I or see at 3962 SW aid''I runs good. S175 for both. 372-7578. $3995
VW, '61 Micro-Bus. deluxe model.I S Haven't You Heard? '
radio heater, curtains low mile DODGEDARTDODGE Cars
age. very clean. Spilt front I
seat. Price ttlfS. Melton Motors TRUCKSPOOLEGABLE I 1 MILLER151>
TO N. Main St.. FR 4-7571. Get TOTAL

gar custom Suburban 59 Plymouth 1030 E. Univ.; DIAUa 1964 RAMBLER
station wagon. Good 119 SE First Ave.
condition. P-S. p-B. R a H, 372-4343 FR 23582CLEAN \
low mileage. Will sacrifice I I &
for $795. May be seen at

PRICED 1325 N.E.for 12th quick Terr.sale. 1959MCA. Body Shop j; KEETER The Lowest-Priced American-Built car. VALUEWith TED

Roadster, mechanically I
good needs body work. $550 611 SW 3rd St. 230 W. UniversityFR
Motor Co. for
call FR J-7005. FR 2-0503 Delivered at Ridgway
Mil COMET. R I H, excellent 2-0538 i
.cond. 31,000 ml. Call FR 1- SWEEP! i ir
....37S4.t : only: 1 Full Year G.W.

>S* PONTIAC Chieftlan. A good
._ one taso Cash. Phone FR 4-75C3.
FOR SALE Spitfire 4. Triumph.]: Everything Goes! I WarrantyCLOSED

3033.prfced for quick sate. Call 372- ijir 1111 NEW 1964GMCAND : !I $199500
63 STUDEBAKER Cruiser all pwr and air. eo eo $2195 SUNDAY
1954 MERCURY. 2 Or. hardtop I
good condition. $300. 1)41 NW. h': II I i i
4th St. 62 COMET.4-dr. radio heater std. .. $1395 I

Must FAIRLANE sell. "62. Power 500 steering, 63 METEOR. PS, Auto, still in warranty .. $2395 I iill AS PICKUP TRUCKS Top Trade-in Allowance 63 CADILLAC

Take radio, up heater payments white side of S63C5.walls. 62 VW. Spotless ... .. . .. .. .. .. .. $1395 LOW ;i I Possible Terms. Sedan D. Viltt. Factory air. Fusty equipped. Utt Mutt
Call 3T3.11H after 4 .,.m. $175 Down Easiest 16,000 miUs. In factory warranty. Uit new About
FOR SALE 1957 Chevy stick 6 61 FORD. Calaxfe 500 R&H. full pwr & air. $1595 I AS 6800. '
cyL, motor overhauled recent-
tn.1 owner good tire*. FR 6- 59 BUICK Invicta full power and air ..... .. $1095 Your New Rambler is i Was $5295 NOW $4995
Per Month including tax. title,
62 FALCON, very clean, automatic ... ..... $1395 5633 62 CADILLAC!
GOINGIN life insurance financing charges. IIIIj Waiting for You at
59 CADILLAC. 4-dr deVille loaded Air ...eo. $1995 Fltttwood idan. Factory air. Local eN owner car.
I ill
NO GIMMICKS Can be bought at these Low mileage list new about $7500.

61 T-BIRD, PS, PS, EC. EW. Air eo.. eo .. $2495 terms! 2.dozen in stock to choose from. Was .$4295 NOW $3995 1
I Motors

BUSINESS. 61 RAMBLER wagon PS, Factory air. .. .. .. $1295 Tropical Pontiac Ridgway 62 CADILLAC i ri

Convertible 6.0 VOLKSWAGEN grey with new ny- I GMC Truck Center 111111 stefan De Villa .Factory air. Beautiful Wht, OuMancV'
lon white top. A-l throughout. Let Us prove to you .. 220 N.W. 8th Ave. FR 2-3582 1132 S. Main St. FR 2-8433 Ing car tWas

$1045 I! $3995 NOW $3795
59 RAMBLER That a Sofa buy used cars .is your buy! I -
Custom 4-door, 6 cylinder, automatic
radio heater, white : 62 CADM.LACS
walls. Real Nice car. Crane-Lincoln Mercury"It's

$645 1 Factory air electric windows (& teat
Belalr.57 4-door CHEVROLET, automatic. Radio I Easy to Trade with Crane Lincoln Mercury" Was $3895 NOW $3595
heater, 2-tone paint White II "
516 S. MAIN STREET FR 2-3631
wells Sharp.
$745 500 CAR 500 61! CADILLAC

2-door hardtop.57 DESOTA Automatic, radio I Convertible. Factory air. White with o.nul"blatk lea.
heater, power steering and the seats. List new about 56500.
brakes., Sharp. Was $3195 NOW $2995
$795 LOOK! LOOK!

radio, wagon.heater, V-a tine automatic paint., I NO DOWN PAYMENT 61 CADILLACSedan
Nice. VOLUME SALE De Ville. Factory air, electric' windows & eat.

56 CHEVROLET4Door $695 50 GALLONS OF GAS FREE! F Was $3095 NOW $2995
Belalr. Automatic radio
Power, heater steering, white Clean wall as a tires pin. (This offer ends April 15)) 60 CADILLACSedan

r, $695 I De Ville. air. Low mil.10'. One of the
'55 CHEVROLET2door 57 DODGE, 9-passenger wg. $7.50 wk. nicest pre.owned cars town.

radio tires.heater hardtop.Clealn., J-tone Automatic.paint. Whitewall V-l. I 57 PLYMOU1 H, Station wg. $5.00 wk. I Was $2795 NOW $2595

$645 56 MERCURY, 4-dr. .... $7.00 wk. /XLI'

55 SPECIALS CHEVROLET i 57 OLDS, Super '88' .... $7.00 wk. 60 CADILLACHardtop

VI ton pick up. Good motor. 56 FORD, 4-dr .... .... . $7.00 wk. 0 i sedan. Olympic white

53$195 FORD 60 RENAULT .... ......... $7.00 wk. $1995

Ranch* new wagon.tires.V-a, radio heater 56 CHEVY, 2-dr sedan ........ $7.00 wk. We intend to sell 500 cars and trucks in our April-May Chevrolet Sales 59 CADILLAC

ALL CARS$99 thorooohfyRECONDITIONED 57 CHEVY, 4-dr ...:............ $4.00 wk. i Hardtop sedan. Factory 01,. Electric' windows & seat,
Several- GOOD PICK UPS I 57 DESOTO, 2-dr hardtop $8.00 wk. Fair or, 84 every 10 days during April and May. Sold & serviced by B & G. Outstanding atrtomof ie.!

SIM FROM TO $495 55 MERCURY, 4-dr ............ 7.00 wk. CHEVROLET MOTOR DIVISION, $1995

RaulersonMotors "; 58 FORD, 4-dr .................... $8.00 wk. VOLUME is the reason CtM..M University-CherroUt ratan wua.aal Co 58 CADILLACHardtop

we see for less! -otuvw. Gainesville ISIS .Main,at Florida c sedan. Factory air. Beautiful white over t)0ht)
Cofsman Meters blue.
1611 HAWTHORNEROAD :: $1295
302 NW 8th Ave. FR 6-1451 .

372.5285 FEDERAL PRICE .w CHIY10UT 57 CADILLACFleetwood
Home of A-1 Used Cert ""
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CARS TRUCKS'JEEPS -_..N'aAnC ""rr eeaatIAn edon. Factory air. Fully tqufppacj. Quality
< '- ATtANT
\ .Kff ._- =-. v'.4 : : liusc .. built for service &
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n MANUf"a it'S SUGGESTED RET"PRICE Cine"""'" ---far
fNr.l t.d t..a su9aad 0etIet De....."r a twdll.a Chtrp MOOfI4 comfort.NOW
..daA.M/ MM4 RMr 1.tteltvmrf Pitch nIrateil Ck.w ad
= -+, M *>* tobcl fcy Mr.d.A..r 63 OLDSMOBILE
It's theDIFfERENCE Ii 1S
ARE CLEANER Every new car and truck .In stock Vhit8tlT Hut TrU 1103 98 hardtop coupa. Beautiful white & bfut.' Factory air,
31 70 electric windows &
seats. list
Very sharp new about
BETTER CARS! F is cut and plainly I marked for Tinted XeitniMBt OUiar4ded AMI 11 17 )0 2S $s2oo.

63 RAMBLER4dr this sale I ,2. Season..r Air\lube.CoM 363 U OS 10n $3695

'MIT Cross Country station Y cuu Power Brake ,
a ,70
wagon automatic transmission t 250 HP Turboflr Eng. Itt 10 i 63 O-LDSMOBILE
helter Individual reclining Tmxrfltd Traas
stats. f,000 actual miles. NEW I i You Pay THAT example: Tower fteerinf 11 30 98 htop sedan. Factory air, fully equipped. ENJOY your
Wheel n f. !9. g HP ...
$2495 345 electric windows. Set of brand n. tires
t 800x1 i
59 FORD COUNTS! $2995
passenger! station wagon KJ- 62
tipped with automatic transmission I OLDSMOBILE
At Barklev Motors
radio. Heater power r our policy Is Competitive Prices.
tterlng. Plus Factory air con The "DIFFE ENCE" Is your trade-in is worth more. I 98 hardtop sedan, factory air, fully equipped.
ditioning.! Enjoy| the summer In So before you trade, see our quality pre-Owned nn.oestnutxx. .- ENJOY your summer trip In comfort.
comfort. cars and check our high trade allowances. The"difference" .
$995 will never be less than right now! FEDERAL PRICE ... 107 00 Was $2895 NOW $2795
tow "we.ad +nrawl..nw or-
62 RAMBLER 64 FORD. XL 500. This car is fully equip- AMouHt 14266 10 60 OLDS convertibiThere': ; -

I Ambassador 400. wlda bucket ped including factory air conditionina. Very Plus trade ='- :: ...or:::,:: ":, .:.:. ....';.;.;t=...=..."... rJk"TM ., nothing like a
highest ... onvertibfc
,.. ,' .
seats. Automatic transmission.radio. .. low mileoge. Save on this practicallv new SUCILl"_ _r.U II"VU1'NNxlrt_ it tM,..tlrvM.__'III''aluri'' Yi.1rr_M 1.1...Mfl a MIl4rtf t0 M NfYML lw w : . . . . $1595

,heater power steering AIR ,CONDITIONED power car . . . 0 . S3995 allowance on your car. 51 OLDS, Super 88 htop sedan. Light green
steering, power brakes, like with like new interior. WAS $1995
63 PONTIAC! 2-dr hcrdtop. Loaded with I
I new. equipment includinq factory air conditicninq. taaRSSa AS LOW AS AS LOW AS . . . . . .NOW $1395

$2295 Reduced for this sale to only $2,995 59 OLDS, Super 88 hardtop sedan. Factory

O-CHEV- 63 FORD Gaiaxie 500 2-dr hardtop. S195 I S3999 air electric windows & seat. Sparkling new

"-passenger station w.OOftlut, fee. Cruise-O-Matic transmission power steering 8 A.M. to 11 P.M. Daily I white & blue paint. Immaculate interior
matlc .
ter. This Is a ver., clean carl radio heater. Whitewall tires. SAVE Now through April 15 PER. MO. 01.DS' $1195
DOWN 58 :
$1395 . . . $2395 With Vz Dawn 98 convertible. Beautiful lines
62 CHEVROLET convertible. fully factory I . . . . . . . $695
equipped including automatic transmission 58 OLDS 88 sedan. Air conditioner $695
station wagon. Very nice condition

top.Skytinar Fully Retractable equipped Including hard- power. .steering. . .radio. .heater.. . .A. beautifulcar $2095 I WITHj TIL SEPT.DOWN 64 WITH TIL SEPT.Vi DOWN 65' . .'. . . . .. $595
automatic transmission, 63 CHEVROLET 4dr hardtop. Full See the men in the BLACK DERBYSI! 57 OLDS 88 sedan. Factory air . $395
radio heater power steer I
Ino. Come buy this at a big factory equipment including factory air. A 56 OLDS htop sedan. Factory: air . $295

discount It., before wa recondition aood car at o low price . $7.695 I i 63 BUICK, Electra 225 hardtop sedan. Factory -

$475 62 FORD. 4-dr. Sedan Fully equipped including 1 CO USED CARS ;, air. Fully equipped. Beautiful lines. Top

air conditioning. Automatic, radio GAINESVILLE'S LARGEST Buick, quality . . . . $3595

h-ater. See and SAVE . S1995 59 BUICK htop coupe air conditioning. Light
61 CHRYSLER 62 CHEVROLET.' 2-dr Impala..0 2-to chase VOLUME DEALER blue . . . . $1195
i-ar Sedan, automatic power 60 CHEVROLET. Bel Air htop sedan. V-8,
steering and brakes air conditioned frcm. Super Sports, fully equipped includ-
BEAUTIFUL ing factory air. Come early end take yourchoce r CUT UP TO 75% power steering. Clean . . . $1295

$1695 . . $2495 f 60 CHEVROLET station wagon. Standard
4-dr sedan 4-to shift 6 cylinder Was .
60 FALCON 62 CHEVROLET. Impala $1295NOW
t . . . . $1195
SedaClea" end to with
J-dr ready cheese from. Equipped ONE DOZEN SAMPLES
tol SAVI. .' transmission steering radio heater. y 61 CORVAIR, sedan Radio, heater auto

$795 power $2295 3 r trans. . . . . . $1095
PI .US Foctorv Air Conditioning
64 FORD $1178 62 MERC .
59 FORD 63 FORD Gaiaxie 500. Equipped with c Pickup. Like new. yellow & white. Monterey 4-dr. Itd"V.a.. auto.. 60 CORVAIR sedan Standard shift $695
t _- ps. pb. air ccnd- R&H. 59 CHEVROLET. Impala I hardtop sedan. V-8,
Oalaxla JOG 4-dr hardtop. Automates radio heater. A real soecial
steering -- -
power --
A cream rad'o.! putt.heater PRICED new tires.TO :- at . . o. $2095 Convertible 62__FORD.V-t_Auto._ps._like$2278_new. 61 CORVAIR $978 power steering. Was $1095 .. NOW $995
standard trans. R&H Radio
SELL .. CHRYSLER Newoort 2-dr hardtop. Light green 63 FALCON station wagon heater.
S995 161 '4 62 CHEV $2578 --- -- stick. shift. Good WAS $1895NOW
eouipped including air ccnditirrina Convertible: $S. full power &. air 63 FORD $2078 economy
Fully to . $1785 canes.._ like new. Falrtane SOO hardtop, standard . . . . . $1795
61 VALIANT Reduced only 0. trans., R & H. like new. Gaiaxie .
61 FORD sedan. Factory
htop air
with automatictransmission 60 T-BIRD. Loaded with accessories 62 CORVAIR $1678! --- -
Mr. Equipped, clean as a pin. Clean inside and in-I lIege; with red interior. Standardtrans. 6cHEVl II $2778, Power steering . . . NOW SI295
factory air. R&H
cludina 4 dr. sedan. auto
s. and Mvel$995 Se and drive it today .". . $2195 I, _R&H._ -- -- tutone 4.000 mpa.. f 61 FORD station wagon. V-8. Clean $1495
LINCOLN fully equipped including factory I 62 BUICK $2178 61 DODGE pioneer station wagon. V-8, power
58 Special convertible. V t. auto. R 1. .
I nice $1395
61 RAMBLERAmerican air conditioning. A real 1 luxury car H, ps. ''
satton wagon. Eo- carefree miles . $995 I 61 PLYMOUTH, Station wagon. White. Radio -
Many many $2078
tripped wW utomat'c transm' t" 62 CHEV .
6 $1095
heater auto. trans.. cylinder
slon. finished In sbarp white --q t Biscayne, V4. avt*. R fc. H. ,reywttt
A very pretty car. Economi Test the Sunbeam "Imp"e red interior. 58 IMPERIAL, Southampton hardtop sedan. .

tool- 16 Unique Sports Car features 60 CHEV $1178 Air conditioner . . . $895-
$995No Racing style engine > ton pickup standard trans., e 58 LINCOLN, Capri htop coupe $795

40 Miles per gallon of gasolineO cyl. clean. 62 PONTIAC, Bonneville. Htop sedan. Factory -

Down Payment 5,000 mile service interval Latham Davis, Jr. 62 VOLVO $-i'41 air . . . $1695

57 FORD. wagon $395 Solid Uack. extra dean H Hd.R&.H. 59 VOLKSWAGEN, Radio . . $895

57 PLYMOUTH $39! -- -


59 57 54 RAMBLER PLYMOUTH CHEVROLET-.t.. $49$15!
Many mere to choose tram ''!;; P.O. UNIVERSITY CHEVROLET

NEW CARS: 115 S.E. 2nd Street

CO. the Auto Game Berkley's the NarrV"FR Main St. ot 16tk Are. FR 6-7581 NEW CARS, FR 6-7584 USED CARS USED CARS: 2001 N.W. 13th St.

1132 S. Main St. 2201 N. Main 2-4373 TELEPHONE FR 67515BRING

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B2 Gainesville Sun Thursday, April 9, 1964

Two Trusties r Man: Held Today- in History., "1 1 1By

Walk Off From For THE ASSOCIATED PRESS I La Salle reached the Gulf of
K9. : Killing Today is Thursday, April 9, Mexico after descending the
y Road the 100th day of 1964. There are length of the Mississippi.In .
CampTwo Wife Here 266 days left in the year. 1940, the Germans invaded
y w x sYMM1 HR trusties didn't live to Today's highlight in history: Norway and Denmark.In .
up On this date in 1865, Gen. 1942, American and Filipino
titles yesterday afternoonas A 40 year-old Negro woman
they escaped from the State died last night after .her husband Robert E. Lee surrendered at forces surrendered at Ba-
f :. Road Department Camp on stabbed her 10 times witha Appomattox Va., ending or- taan.
Waldo Road. butcher knife. ganized resistance in the Civil: In 19-15, Canadian troops cut I
o : tar Walking off from the mainte- Police are holding RandolphPitts War. :off all land escape routes for
ti t nance yard at the camp were 48, on a homicide charge On this date Nazi armies trapped in the
John J. Wilcox and Charles pending further investigation on In 1691, the French explorer Netherlands.
k Ray Thacker, Jr. the stabbing of his wife, Marie. -- --
\ ; xt ": "They just walked off from The stabbing occurred around
k p ikMh ; the maintenance yard," said 9 p.m., police said. Mrs. Pitts 0
YI Guard A.E.EzzelL "They were was found lying in her yard by 1JPEN Tit
I 4 : believed to be trustworthy and Faye Byrd. t'
f.i Bf-9 >. .2's weren't considered dangerous." "Pitts was found by the policein 9:00: TONIGHT
It is believed that the con- the same general area," said -
t J : f; victs took a 1950 blue,. two-door Chief of Police Joiner. "He was
i K/ Ford belonging to Charles Douglas hiding behind a building." AND EVERY THURSDAY. FRIDAY.ND
1948 NW 33 Ave. "He had in his possession a
"The car was parked in the ;butcher knife that had apparently MONDAY. OPEN WEEKDAYS AT 930;
; ; maintenance yard," Ezzell said, been used in the stabbing,"
"and we believe they left in Joiner added.
: "We notified the highway patrol Australia is about the same r READER'S DIGEST
police and radio stations size as the United States but has
yesterday afternoon," he said. fewer people than the state of Ship'n Shore
"It is now in their hands." Illinois.
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GHS Junior Class Play : design

\ Gainesville High School Junior Class Play "Good Housekeeping" will be presented Friday at 8 p.m. 2.99
it the,C. Addison Pound Auditorium of the School.Tickets for adults are $1.25 and seventy-five cents for
students. This scene from the 3-act comedy by William McCleery includes student actors, left to right,
Jeff Hopkins Jim Joiner Browne Walbeck, Gloria Buckler, Steve Myking, Pete Godey and Dorothy
Ri dgell. Others in the cast include Linda Good and Margaret Hampton. Suzanne Woodward, student director
will assist 'Mrs. Mary Eliot faculty director for the comedy. (Picture by Winston Townsend.) .f

Escaped Shoe Shops-
Convict Nabbed e
Street Floor
On E. Univ.The jyy,. > 1* **t.u
if '
work of three area law
enforcement agencies led to
the arrest here yestrday after 3.99 to 5.50 p;
noon of a man who escaped jai ,..--/
several months ago in Collie GET: THAT GREAT' Ace. to Style
County.He So appealing with an airy little collar open to the
was arrested on E. Univer KEDS FAMILY FEELING & Size breeze. Care-free 65% Dacron polyester
. sity Avenue by city police at 35%cotton.White,pastels,sunny hues.28 to 38.

4 put p.m.work toward apprehending get Keds fit, !! (-'- ..
David C. Plunkett, 39, began HANDSOME IS-AND
in Waldo Monday. Chie Keds comforf j ... ,- .1.
James Huckabee got word that ) HANDSOME DOES!
Plunkett is this
was area. and Keds --
The sheriff's office was noti- fashion ..1It r '
fied and city police were alert- "" '., MI r The Easy-Care
ed to watch for him. Yesterdayhe Get the soft, cushion comfort-the snug but easy fit- .,\ Dacron/Cotton*
was spotted driving on E and the smart looks.that all come with U.S. Keds J .-
University Avenue. Sheriff Joe '
Crevasse said Plunkett escap- Economical, too, for Keds wear so well they're your x IN OUR SPRING Skirt
ed while serving a sentence for best buy in the long run. Come in soon. .,.
driving while intoxicated. Make yours a Keds family!! r M1LLINERYCLEARANCE : 5.99

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